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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 30, 1905
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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IT, Xo. 31! Qoet Everywhere. Reaches Alt Cltttct. Daytona, Florida, Saturday, December, 1905. Belt Advertising Medium In Dtytoni and Vicinity Price 5 Cents"Can't .i -=;Y ';

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MRS. POST'SSECOND 0 COMFORT CORDIALITY CUISINE I 4_

[ Afford J. Bethel and Company Have
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Leased McCoy Bros.' Standon THE GABLES! .' :
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: Paint"" ? Beach Street. NOW ,OPEN.S. {
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.O+ Daytona will haw a newdryg ods and H. MOSELEY Proprietor.Situated t

I- The man who says .that, forgets that painting notion store to commence business about on Volusia avenue Rates on Application. ? '

t. ."<..,:= -.. .yam, .r afford properly NOT done to paint.How is economy. and. the' fact is he can't, The Second Trial of Helen Wilmans Post, i January 15th. near the Halifax River. Table board a specialty. Y

i often you require to pVmt is largely depend The name nf the new firm will be W. ELECTRIC LIGHTS, BATHS AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS

I ent upon the paint you J. Bethel & Company, and a lease of
use.THE of Seabreeze, is Set to Begin in five years has been secured on the building STANLEY HOUSE run in connection as a rooming house

1 I occupied by McCoy Brothers. : ****************************************..4A.******

SHERWlNWlLUmPAINTS Jacksonville, January 22.. Work will immediately commence on ., _.._ <
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'-' the interior of the store, and two large r'
The second trial of Helen Wilmans i second trial is the one that comes up
: plate glass windows will soon be placedin r-
: Post: of Seabreeze' ", is set to begin; in the 1 next month. I OLLARS 1
position. 1 :
. outlast others. They are the most economical pain's; you can user because United States District Court nt Jacksonville Pending against her are several indictments 0 -
t- they cover most and year longest.; Add to this their good appearance, and Mr.I Bethel, the head of the firm, is a AT OUR STORE
January 22. The witnesses have and in addition) four indictments
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you have perfect paints-The Sherwin-Williams Faints. gentleman who has had considerable experience OUBLE ,
and will he here in whichhe is held with herhusband
been subpoenaed some jointly )
7 They are made for many different kinds of painting. Whatever it is in his chosen line. As a business -
l you want to paint-a house, or anything in or out of the house-we make the from distant California and from other : C. C. Post: and her son-in-law, I UTY .
right paint for that particular purpose-not one flap-dash mixture for all. man of fair dealings, he holds an :t 0
' far away parts of the t"nitrdtat:; ("':;. riiailes F. Burgman./; The "fraud or-
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enviable place in this community. For '
The case will he heard before Judge!:;; der" has never} been rescinded and no
several years he" has:: been employed in .
I Aleck liounnun. matter handled by the United States WE CARRY A FULL AND
BINGDAMLD & MALEYt the ;store of J. A. llendric'ks. His many
TOE CO. The attorneys for the (!n\erninent mails can be received I by her or her 1 r
his undertaking.
friends wish him success::; in -
p1 have nut yet Ixrn announced, thoughthe Inirband.With r. COMPLETE LINE OF THE
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(Incorporated) special attorney will again he there, but two exceptions, every government 1 ,,I _0*_

and Assistant United States: Attorney official that assayed last yearin HOW CHRISTMAS WAS SPENT. I I)

___ __ __ __,_ of Mrs. Helen Wil t tI
u The defendant the tI I
Mai ks will also appear in the('IlSt"' prosecution I r FINEST GROCERIES. I

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Col. Otis: T. Green, of ()eala, and by of the mails is either out of office or unable \

Messrs. Bisbee & Btdell of J\t'ksul1\"ill.1 to act in his official capacity during in Daytona.-Races; Indefinitely f FISHING TACKLE OF ALL KINDS.
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i Fast The famous ease will be readily calledto I the I second trial, which is set for next Postponed. I.I 3

: mind by our readers. At the time of month.t Christmas in Daytona was a pretty
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t 1 the first trial the case attra<-trtlnalional'' During the first trial of this famous day, the real typical Christmas weatherprevailing. :

t Traveling' attention, and! entire pages were devoted ('a't': a case in which the witnesses were u!!I E. T.: CONRAD & CO., THE GROCERS. I

_1= to it in the leading newspapers) of the gathered from all parts of the United The day was celelcbrated at the '

I fr country. This second trial will prove States::, the defendent, who claims such homes and I\ftl'ls of the citj' in the f! 1 1 111 11111 11 111111 11 1111 1 11 1111 1
the, wad of is II 1.
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none the less iuteretting. 1II:1r\'l-III\I mental powers over disease: :, time honored fashion. In almost every

i. nnlv to those'who I us > inmlerii) 'methods. The story of Mrs. Tout's claim to bo upenly Mated that not one of those who household where there were little ones, '- ,i'\1''ff"\

1 For instamvVe; have discarded able, through her highly den loped willpower took part in that ra.-e would again be Christina;? tree was: the('hid attrudiou,

I alone, to cure all dibi':l. tN, icstoresight able to work against her. The loss of Bright and early did the children
old fashioned! high profit way of belling be in her mind,the penalty awaken, and their San Mateo Cigars.
\. r and healing, calico uiiiutitfil| office was to to pleasure, they ..
.. aims and legs to grow again, to restore inflicted for tit the termed their "per found that Santa Claus has paid them

i : CLOTHING I youth and prevent old age, is too well secution'1: her. the long e.\|)ectedisit.. Horns andtrumpets -

: ; known to need repetition.She I Ily ,A strange coincidence, the conditions in more closely fcttllfd nciglfboihoods '
Have Made
r was indicted for fraudulent: .' of I existing today conform 1. most ex- at times during the day :

f \Vt nrc muling l this store bigger mid the mail?, tried and cnnuctcd, and) M>nUnucl i !actlywith the prediction made by the sounded as if a regular parade or a H-re- ,

.1).1'' defendant\ just after her conviction and wade was in
t to impugnment: Curl y''ar :) progress.
L J letter_-,Lyjhfl -modern method of re- a arty; in tne i-facral! penitentiary aiNaslnille. : llir irttiunt, lut.., <>r il.. 1Death -=..- ...... TI._ .I..L_, :_ i.-------....>.ttrQ.u.11m:1I1) '. A Roputation '

;.; ta' 1113. That rons'sts i in getting the the I has intervened in souse eases and people, and the music rendered at .. _
An :Ippf'ul'a taken to i :
S- finest Clothes from the manufacturer relttoved utf <'llk The vicissitudes of the various (edifices was of- the best. .
a, wry and the lower courts reversed -
courts
higher 'fulitil'alliCt'" have wrought changes thatthrew Fur several weeks past, the choirs have \ '
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n you and a I others out been making preparations for the great Their I wo. t

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,/t( consistentiih I I honest business methods I -- feast day, and every member of there I 1
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!How does that appeal to ? pl'.t churches was proud of the
f. you THBINSPECTORS spec'id music: rendered.\ The success o the San Mateo Cigar is one of j
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In the afternoon, many of the toWnsptii1ik the greatest industrial triumphs of the East Coast ,a

and visitors l' e\K-cted| to se-e the since the freeze"!

.tt: e.................. .,......................SSSSSOe. WERE ACQUITTED III'iiiin seat races, but owing to tlU'heavy' i j
: wind which was l blowing, the event was Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula a j "

dee) '!hired off, indeftnih'ly. of Florida and the Island of Cuba can produce, and wrapped -

r | Curiosity is Not Always a Sin. i ...- -- In t the evening many who were inclined 1 with the rich', silky leal grown on East Coast plantations, !

to dance we-nded their way to the t the cigar industry of the world has never produced better goods. ; J

5"f Jury in the Orange City Election Case was pat iliun oC the Mailu Amusement Com .
1 For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union < I

I It will pay you to investigate eI Out But Ten h\inutes.-Verdict pany. had An IK-CII excellent prepared progralloC, and there dancennasir was; Sews Company on every train entering: Florida. ;J t


I[ i the prices and quality of our i iI tI of Not Guilty Rendered.The :hiloiating large number pleasure.: who The mdulged-in lnusie was the good ex-, I twenty sizes, styles and grades to select from. .


GROCERIES : 1 ('a--I'uf the State: vs. W. C. ( The jury consistent ofJohn: Padkett, and every one fortunate enough to bepiesent I FOR I SALE BY ALL DIrALI RS. j
'all-I pronounced the occasion: a success. -
Thomas lU-mu-lt' H.\ D. Hauk-iMin: J.II.
Mills ,
and \
I. nons, DeimU Freeman Manufactured by

F We can save you considerable i iif the inspectors: of the Ik'inocratie) pri- Gentry, W. I II), llaynesand J. B. Taylor But. very few.stores were open Monday I I S W. ROWLEY SAN MATEO 1 ,1 aI L

mary, of May, 1004, was tried before The dt-fen.M put in no idi-nce at all,,, FLORIDA.

1 Ii $ <.p\k t I $| $ $


last week, and a verdict of al'lluittaln'turm.d -
.- ., more votes were east for Alexander fut of theday say that there was practically
by the jury Friday, after being
: I than the returns:: howetl. no trade at all.
S w : CARROLL : out but ten minutes. Congress: H. T. McCLELLAN,
}i. : Failure ti> prosecute this case is one ol The Usual holiday hours were observed \ -
of
Samuel T. Shaylor, Judge
't Judge at the postollice, quid the force oCr ORNAMENTAL WOOD WORKER.
: Criminal Court of Record! of Diival the alleged reasons of Go\ernor Urowurtl -
the
'! : The North Beach st. Grocer. : HIIt' :Sam's estahh-htncnt say this seas Window Zulu Moor l> Knuiien. any kind or fctjV.Yimlow and Door &rt''n8.
.: County, presided, due to the di>iiiahfi-| fur remoxing Junes Perkin-
the largest Christinabusiness: ever MantelCaliinct work, I'tiColonial: Columns, Porch Columns, Newels l and BalntraiW .
Telephone 1 1 No. 10.. cation oC Judge Iiae; A. Stewart. from t the office- of County ;Solicitor.: t X uI \\ Etc.
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:I. : :I known. for stair or |>orrh work, Itrocketn, Sawing, '::

> ...........e.*.........e..........................c IiJ t Btlic.itur Hrumsey was a<:M>tcd in theprosecuti.in I that verdict of acquittal( was returne-i New Machines and SKilled Help. i
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by Frank W. Pope, of 1I
J\'k-I the Governor have Mime explainin!
t may Coburn Invests in Property.
t Alai Ii w.l. for lnwiiii'. Will call for your order.) 'I
snmille. The defense: was: represe
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Necessary to du to theSeimie: when the next LI.g{ From edm-sday's Daily
by kmdi A Fish, e.f 1)k I.alltl1),1 11'L.Palmer Shop North Hidgewood Kingston phone 123.
to .sanitation t Jai-.es \ Cnhiirn, owner :mlmIIIlgl'rof on ,
: I to the.arch is good plumbing islature cotlVt'Iis. ;>
G I t t and )perfect health in the home, of Orlando.Christmas the Barlow Minstrels, wliuh showedin Satisfaction Guaranteed. 0

"f'i.I ,; x' Kim no risks ,by getting: inferior apparatus At The Motels. Will Survey Property. Daytona on 1 Lost Thursdayspent:

( in Daytona. Mr. Coburn i-. .
i ; and: ( bungling, indiffeieiit I careless hum Wednesday's Daily. Sunday (.@i .i''i.ei'i'i"i: : .. .'i"i' S
i !, work because its :.1 bit cheaper Nothing was left undone by the! managers To settle t the :alleged difficulty isiUgb(1IVu : greatly impressed with the beauties of : '

,, i ,kV '.,I l' We charge fairly! for materials:.I and surrounding of the various piwns hotels for in the"Daytonaand celtbra- the city and J.11'. Hl'illy; lar.this "I..tioll While,here and last the week liniatc he iUl'arlil'u-netV.. K.Thonui I DA YTONf.N NOVELTY RKi" 'Phone .'

z : 1 1. work, because we're not satisfied to, pnl in which it i is as.-ej-ted that the fence I.C
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tion of Christ naas. Menus of the wry of Smith (t5 J'
of the teal estate firm
: anything but the best. lietjer our the above named property} located i il <, : : E. DILLINGHAM, Proprietor

bill than a larger one from doctor and: bet:; were gotten up, and Christmasdinner ; the northern section of the city, is hiyi.nd '_ & Thomas, and that enterprising gentleman ; ; DEPOT
FIRST STREET, !NEAR FREIGHT
served, was equal to I.
which was instrumental in !booming their :
IH": i t 'w druggist. any yet set before the public. In many its proper boundaries, came hefoiMayor property to the fetgfi that Mr. Cohurn EXLAItiKl( : ) AND) I.;\\EQUIPPED! FOR I'LVMXIJ I C KAUIXli.C RE-: t
: ir'rll Smith fur discussion this mon !: SA11'ING'l'1'itSEU:; f ) WORK OF ALL KIII \\INHOW AND HOOK l
J, D. Carmichael of the hostelries Olui.stmas t fwe purchased the |jpu property, on Valley wrXTKHS( I'Ah-:
ing. The owner of the prl'pl'rtyid: i FRAMIXS\SH.: DOORS;, STORK FRONTS, )
arranged, and in the evening hrillimtlylightl't the fence was beyond the limit, sli l' :Street, Seabreeze.: It is his intention, IN I F/' WORK, BRACKETS.( COLONIAL COLUMNS with 1'laiuorCarv..lCa.ilots.
I DAYTONA, FLA.
Phone No. 64, with small candles. Guests REST JIO1iLDISGr
many tlu next !summer to commence the erectionof | We Make the "
: __. __ __ of the hotels enjoyed the day almo-t: the would remote. .it. It wa makeasurve agreed a han lollle home, and to have: it in (1, Always Hrifjlit; nod Smooth\ Either Piw or CTpreHS. ;
Engineer I) I) Rogers
NN11111N1: H .'f i111.....0.......................... same as if they had been in their own readiness: for next season. His family C!) No Advance in Prices although material has gone up from 40 to I
: of pleasure of the property: at an early date. 80 cent. We Screen your house and guarantee the fit.
t{ homes, and; many l'xprt'"siollS ( ) per
will then come here to spend their winter
!. Bond Lumber Company were heard by: the Daily News representative *. } ,., ....,. .....i... ,.... ... (. .j'.j (!' \J: o.J J (!W.m\!: Ai

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From \\edr.esda, Daily. I
MANUFACTURERS OF Postoffice Receipts. Labha LaSha'
William Jones, colored, was brough t
""P ,ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER ... before the Mayor yesterday: on theharge The postotfices of the State:; with OUT. ROY LA SHA, Beach St. Hectrician.Fine .
:
f PINE AND CYPRHSS Proprietor Matthews, of the City $10,000 income are as follows: Jacksonville

F Hotel,has found it necessary to secure a of being drunk and disorderlyIle $157,0X9! ; Tampa, $f .'),.UI; line of I'able Lamps, both Gas and Electrif w _
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assessed $9, or nine days in sth .
Lath, hinges, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Limeand.Cement t new re-gi.ster. He christened it on Xmas was :. Pensacola, $42,13.1: ; :St. Augustine, $:!i'- Beautiful f fixtures, we make them. Phone 93. d

a Cit. Office and Yards: Fast bas the holidays hiisine.ss at I city lock-up. 450; Miami, $10,7:17: ; Tallahassee. $14- I
in St During
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]. O Hallway 'anil or.anger. Avenue Day. Shades and
r i' his establishment; i is somewhat :slaekjnw- 514; (Ocala $11,15.1; Gainesville, $l3-: gets.'my. services any hour. Lamps,
)IIJ.T.RHond Mill, Atlantic Coast LIre Ry., 100 miles south of Jacksonville.
Kalamazoo,on hanford Branch of I he F. F..c. Ry.i ing to the fact that most of the drum- Frank Waldon and L. C. Case, cIltmlfrtonulle 669; Key West, $!8,.14; Orlando. $12-: Batteries for sale, Fixtures exchanged.

Phone 83 R. J. MALBY Manager. mers and traveling salesmen have gune X. C., are spendingfew 809'; Palatka, $11,011; Daytona, $10-, ] LaSha 0 LaSha

.....A.A AAA'A A home on a visit to their dear ones. days in Daytona. 67i: ; DeLand, $10,000. .
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.i: THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS CUT COUNCIL HAS ,"'" .' :'


4.r : PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY .' Several Matters of Start the New Year I; '

_. T. E. FITZGERALD Editor
Will l Have

O.-M.13rrori.w,ra.. Prl Udent J, I).0. Motafa, Vlc.prald.Dt. After J I with Buck's

T. I:. FITZGERALD, 8f'Cretary.nd Treasurer a Range
From Wfdnfid y'a Daily. I
THE GAZETTE-NEWS' COMPANY
With President Harris :

( INCORPORATED ) city aldermanic board ; V You will then show your ,good judgment. -'"

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4' Entered the Postofficc at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. in The regular meeting session.was :' Buck's Ranges have duplex grates, large ash .


Subscription $1.50 Per Year in Advance. I I I several conditions matters in the for city the pan, white enameled oven doors and racks.


The council authorized In fact that is best
everything and the
f. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30 1905. most
mence on the sidewalk :
-- -= T- scientific can be found in Buck's
Building, on Beach Range.

kt A NUMBER\ ONE WILL ANSWERBY of Beach Street and !: J


! DAYTONA. MONDAY. I heavy curb will be placed |! Make this store headquarters for
LIKES walk will lie constructed .; your 1906
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+;' Writes' About Daytona to a New York President Harris of the Council .Will ized to repair all the THE GRUBER-MORRIS HARDWARE
r Xorth Beach Street. CO
.e aper.-Speaks of the Climate and Then Let the Public Know as to
Mayor Smith was

Fruits that Grow Here.A His Mayoralty Aspirations. ploy as many extra .
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Xo. I, the world wide tramp, who From Tluiriday'f Daily. deemed necessary during -

is wintering in D-iytemn, and who i. Pie.-idcutE. G. Harris, of the City An ordinance was pa.; I }fro and Mrs. H. M. Benham and their Isaac A.Htcnart ;':11'0;; I

his busmen that c.f carvinj Jounc il, will more than likely ben caI.- and second maki i Mrs Adelaine Smith have
a following (r reading, daughter, returned STEWAHT & JiLY

; Irish; potato*'::, in a lengthy letter to th idate fi.rthe mayor hip. For t'Vt'1I. for automobiles and lal ) home from from a two weeks' trip to Palm LAWYERS ,

; Otsego Farmer, of Coop'rs.to"n, X. Y. lays past t. his many M oug und Uifluid */' mufflers on their 'ngi with her Beach and Miami and are again pleasantly Offic-e In Bank ,

y relating to tramp life and his work \ frleiKis: have l>ct>n calling nil him n n nice will pass at the } for Miami, located at the Seaside Inn, where Brane-h offiev ove-rPustofiii-p.Building, Dt.l.AND.: 11.\YTtX.4.FLA

t wide travel, concludes the letter l>; |:c.stin, that he iiihke the rttce. t p council, and will ,' at they are being entertained by Proprietor ,_ \

t.' speaking of Daytona in the llo\\in: This morning, p hailv News repi.sentativof.lv ,. into effect.A Stewart. The Daytona Institute-

tai .\1 l lI.u i : )...tinIn t... 43 ,
terms. resolution was pa.v,(' ; :' from OeI atlas I B. Wright: H. B. Wright,J r. Palmetto Avenue t
fr in n"ytOlnFlotil report that had been circulated nlxnii t / Miw Kvn: May Stewart 5
'I am at present l | cit protesting against ) vacation Ph. B.Principal. I
while. town, as 10 his: making tie race' H. t WRIGHT & WRIGHT.AttorneysatLaw Instruction in Elementary: and .,
and will he here for quite a automobiles beyond the Branches., Children of tourUis Higher
irplinl Ly saying "A great many of my tlaue etudirg nt-gun al bump. may i-on. ,. t
' Palms, ferns, magnolia: oleanders tan(. hour limit and also : Saturday, ; t.l
friendhave' called on me, endeavoring | I Office in Telegraph office, DfiLD. .l t
+ hen '
all semi-tropical trees are growing: work
tion of the Marshal to : ;

profuse ly. Oranges; tangerines, grapefruit ; to get m1 to run for mayor. Ian 1 asking him to bring: up : ] will soon ----- Attention Tourists

i thinking; the matter over seriously, and 1 I C. C. BOHANNON, 11
giiavas. cocoanuts, pineapples, the ordinance.osro : : ) )

k etc., roses, iolets, and other flowers, will give you a definite answer by Mon 1 ; sold his Physician and Surgeon.

strawberries, lettuce and new potatoes, day." Dyer, ) here until Office over the Atwood I'hnTIII t'y.I\t'l\'Ja and all ']lovers of line Cigars You t
ROW ) !: t street DAYTONA, Fix>Rii>A. .
are growing here out of doors just like Mr. Harris is a gentleman identified B KKADciwI! -at and build will find) the largest assortment, f l
a Telephone No. 7 I.
L1: \\iththebestinterestsof the city and EKins liramlin finest '
up your way in July. In fact even : ( quite variety and best quality t

' fellow for tlfree years has filled the place oouncilman fl I I of l
mosquitos and flies are bothering a ) evenings I
Tin and
tf in hottest c and for two terms has been I Daytona .t. .tS.tr
same as summer up your .tI
Rode Horse To

way. Ice and snow, well I guess not, president of the board.In From .Wednesday's Daily. I \ \ \ children Sheet Metal WorksT. CIGARS AT THE CITY NO 1E It t I
the event that Mr. Harris tc,
indeed need ice soda tokf''p agrees
P people cream
Instead of
A. colored : I : i
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Thomas
' cool and bathing in the Atlantic run, he has a large number of friend B. Brown, :Manager. Sixteen different Jmmlls ofatslrir'tl J
go resides in Midway I i is 1> l ) music, y
who will readily rally to his I : Tanks of all kinds and) first-rlas-s
Ocean here every day, such nice weather support.It of a hove, which was in char Guttering ,goods. !

prevails her Millionaires romp here i is rumored that G. B. Seaman, are Christmas Day. ; ; of good roofing. Hot Air Heating Work UFO H. MATTHEWS, Proprietor ,!

and have their homes. Such people tired lawyer of this city, will also be a I he would celebrate the ) by the a specialty.Shop ,---- !,

come here to spend the Northern winter a candidate. on West Magnolia Avenue, 'Jlr st pub. Nov.) ; last pub. Ian U) <
horse back ride, and at l joined in, Notice to Creditors.
and I am here because I think this is entertain DAYTONA, FLA. ,
out to take in the ()\ Notice hen-fiy
given that
the prettiest place in Uncle Sam's Dominion Zuber Chased Tramps | ;soundings He rode Call and get prices. al't's. distributees and all persons ert'dltorslt'g.! having
r' cluluieortlrinuiiil- !iiiiibt be rtateoilQe .
to the time While snow' | lat. Hfiiry P. Hand
,
pass art required lopreoent
to Leonard
I It It It fast rate, and when in the snore to Ihulldl'rlllnt'd
and ice i are playing havoc up your way, From Thursday's Daily.Marshal Shanks a new .**...***...****.#.**.*..* ycarafrotn h" dale hereof! ( or rrnialn within for two- .
I building, on ( ever barred. AHn,all persona, Indebted
to
don't ;you think I have reason to bf'I I Zuber reports having had a animal bolted to the ( | i COTTAGES FOR RENT. :? tbe Male ore re,f orated LYDIA to pay H.the HAND same .. .'

happy? Go where I like, rest when I.. lively chase after three hoboes this within few were W.11.MItAFFSy'R'"I Kxecuirtx.: : .
pired a
like nobody to boss me, nor nobody to One six-room house, Attorney ] I. :
morning. He says that he did not Marshal Zuber, in Miss Rush, 4 --i--

remind me that I am to do this or that. print fast enough to catch them but he buried the animal. I I Mrs. E. 0. : with bathroom furnished : Notice of Application, for Final

Life is too short not to get all the enjoyment was successful in chasing them beyond I ] Doerner, >>} : Ditcliarge. ;

you can out of it, so if I am the limits of the city. The marshal) says Mrs. R. H. Millar( ; I } Mr, I Also one four-roomed : Notice U hereby preen that six month j
,
. .' not satisfied Mr. Editor to be a trampdon't the great number of tramps that invaded nounce that she has I I Ellenwood, : cottage furnished or 2urifurnsihed. afl..rdlll.c I'llliorussrau;iheii'ufieraslcan h"he'lIddayof March heats, .

think that I would exchange my r the town last week h/ve left in search of competent and experit Ellenwood. the I will!..D.H'ill iiiiikeniy Mhil filial 'rt'returns I&IlIt'nt as executor of Henry of

\ in art of chiropody : : Keecb, deceased, to tbe County Judge of 'i 4
new pastures. __, dailu-n 1 nJ Q.a.Uw. ....... VoiuFlarounty Florida, and ask that.the jj
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-- ----- Both New. anreraanoMrdanq approved and ltd a
.' -1 1J bunions & '. treated. ; flualdischarge granted me as sucb exutor. -
Death of John Foster. 1I .
ec (' M. BINGlUM.Jr
11 From Wednesdays Daily. I I Death of Colored Man : THOMAS WETHERELL, .> lItpt.:: : 2, rM5.: Kiecutor.

United In r"1 i Holly Hill, Fla. *
John Foster an elderly gentleman KKK 4
From Wednesday's Daily. 44f.*..****.****.********* First ,
died ( |pub Dec :J!!: last Jan.
at noon yesterday at his home&t From Thursday's Daily. pub. :27))
Miss Bertie Hill and
Daytona Beach, after a lengthy illness. Solomon Gamble, a middle aged colored 1 e Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
Dorn, were united in : .
Mr. Foster has been failing in health for I man, died yesterday afternoon at k E. L. STEWART, M. D. In Probate Court. In and for Voluslt
County
Florida
Saturday, at the home of !. .
.', some time, and his death, though a his home in midway It is probablethat Physician and Surgeon lu the matter of the Estate: of J. H. Slyer,
R i dreeast'd
King sGn. They left in
say blow to his many friends was not the remains will be shipped away I Special attention to Disease.! uf the Notice is hereby given Ihat tbe und Tslgn1 -

Y altogether unexpeeted. lie was about f for interment. for Spruce Creek where .. EYE, EAR, THROAT and NOSE. ha\e duly yuallnwlusrxrruUttand elexecutrlxrespectlelyof -
lllea
t Will and
t '. make their future home. j Office and rt'lldl'nc@: Palmetto avenue Testament! of J IINlrrrdrrensedandatl
60 1'f and leaves wife and
years ago, a First door north of Catholic Cburcb. cmiltort, legatees and tllhlrlliutees and all

',on .. one son to mourn his loss. The May or-Protests. Bingham performed the ( 'I IThe ....... Telephone M-3 other drmaudangahstthesuld pfrMHiij HhoiiiMwtrr Kilnle Imtlngclalnuor: will pre
bride is a young ), : : vent the same to the und..hlgnt'dlIbtn
Mr. Footer! has been coining to Floridafor two years or lit" forever
r n personality and has a barrel.K.
i i NIVKRKx
several; winters, and a couple years Portland Oregon Exposition .
ecu tor
from Thursday's Daily. friends, who with her ;. ( IDA I. NlnH.tJlf'eulrlx.,
+ ago built a cottage at Daytona Beach.llOltllY .
Mayor Smith called at The Daily She came here several )' I Dated at Daytona. .Florida tbl s :pith day
Noxeniber. A. D., Isay.ii440i40ii004004000i000000: .
News office this morning and entered a Canada with her mother
E. FKEETS.Hwrry -- -- --
strong protest against the parties who made Daytona her home. I SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.

E. f'rc-do. 33 years of age, are disfiguring certain places in the city, Mr. Van Horn is a ): } ) Los ANGELES, CAL.
w died at the Troy House, Saturday evening DR. :
BRUSH
such as store signs, buildings, etc. The also] has many frit'mis. i II DENVER COLO. I
after an illness flf some time. Mr.Freets !
May says; "I will pay 125 reward for engineer. ]Epweirth League Convrntion.inl.5-9) : IIOMKOI'A'I I'HVSICIAX.: 0 1:
had l>oen in failing health and I .
the arrest and conviction of '
any personor .
came: south, thinking the change would Marshal Well I! ( DENVER COLO. : i
persons, defacing buildings and signs 1 ( e '
prove lxm-fiei.il. his remains werefahipprd Marshal Zuber :i (G. A. R. Kiiranipment: September, 1'hrnnir Uiw'ur's a tipiallye .
by writing thereon. ) : j I __ i
Tr to Loui.'\'ille, Ky.: accompaniedby i t
f a .pleasant Christmas, :I, 1 Ml IOW ROUND TRIP RATES'
bb father and mother. DR. E. R. BRUSH :
I
th('> conduct ,
Port Orange. general of t :| I I -YIA- ,i 0 .J'
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excellent. The marshal I : DENTIST.:
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JASPER X. RARRITT. pretty remembrances : I : e I0.

Japer N. Barritt, 64 years of" age, Miss Bessie Wheeler came koine from money to the amount of Illinois Central R. R. .! :\ fiO Thin! Aventip.Oppooite : 3I

died yesterday at his home, at Daytona her reboot to spend Christmas. Henry : : Xew I II Public School.oeeoeoeeeooeooooooeeeeeeer. i 1
I
Beach, after a lengthy illness Mr. Bar Mori also came up from Dade County, I 21, CHOICE OF ROUTES.Two .

ritt has been in declining health for where he is engaged in truck farming, to Evidence of !! I I : 1 Air Line. 1
Trains Dllytlant..'\ to St.
some time past. He was a resident of spend the holidays with his daughters. -- 'i : <<1 )' Au ]Louis, in connection with \\'. & A. H. H. SEElYE.ll, A. M., M. D'i

Wellington, Ill., and !several weeks ago Chancy Vass came home from Rollins I ) York, has \ R. R. The only Through morning Physician and Surgeon. .

"leased the W. F., Bi's kman cottage, oPine n ,College to spend' Christmas with hisfather. As aniJ'm'{> that I| I he and Sleeping Car, Atlanta to St. Louis. Spinl fin.ilities. fur Klw; 'lii
Streetat. Daytona Beacb.Mr. forged ahead, both as i a For full information, elates of sale, IliKli) Fieiiui-111-.r, ritra; \iuli-t Ray Vibrntnr.v. -
| : ; ) make the .) rin-iiiuil nod) ('iiiii|>n'hH.Air| J
Barritt leaves a wife and daugh- Miss Ruth Brohm went to Jacksonville : resort, place, is shown by ]rates, tickets and descriptive circulars ;: Treatment of K.;} 1'. I';ar. XUM-. Throat 'i1
'I I will also I Address, l.tinjr mill \Vt\ous |lIi-lIr.II'I1.! Itlieuina- j
ter. to visit her sister i Mrs:.Il. Lufberry. marvelous growth of the I ;
t ) in Florida. F. D. MILI.KU, Trav. Pass. Apt. tism.l'rturrr'I'uanrs. iJixeiiheM uf Weuiiennml j
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The remains were shipped to Wellington Colonel Tedder is horn'e visiting his I Florida Eat Coast : i CliruiiiiAilniHitH.' ;

this afternoon. parents. point. Wednesday a ) ) i Ormond 1 17 Prior St., ATLANTA, 0A.MOTT'S i ,Iltfits( al ivsiili-iii 1 :!7 :Su. Riilffewnenl.Office .

resentative +I I Wayne --- ------ 4 4I Mourn I : 7 toil a. n,.. I to a,6 to K p.m.
heard i
Saturday night was the usual Christmas a (' ] I t
I I : Telephone No. s-i.<;
Political Aspirants. tree for the children, at the Congregational which a well-known :I PEHHYROYAIPILIS -

If Church There Is posted, said: "In l..!I r5:
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was
a
large Safe and E
S Messrs.I J. A. Hendricks and S. reliable, theyovercome J. Rawlings M.
crowd of delighted children present to men employed at :'ie ;' weakneaa. In ,
W. Carroll, a Daily News representativilearns e cruse vigor banish p lna.
4 receive the gifts so kindly sent each day there are fourteen, : % No remedy equals D&l.I I Ottire f o\er iilli-'H Dru! Store. 1'pnO
i will be candidates for the position MOlTS PENNYROYAL PILLS
"V of councilmen year by Mrs. T. T. Allan, of New York. is forging ahead, and) it | ': ) I i.Sold by Druggist and Dr.Mom E !).
at the
z'
coming citjelection Chemical Co., Cleveland, Ohio. .
They were distributed by Mrs. Fox and able that we will have to I rs of Mali ................................ ...... ..
to be held in February. Th;< ) : For ale) by lee RUlliit'llMAYOR'S ::-.................*............M*....*..t.*.::::::**. 1.'II'..
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Mrs. Simcoe. crease the force. He ) \. M. took '. ::. ..
same informant states that Street Com ."
missioner William Rix, will I' Next Monday .night, News Years, the out, with much pii.V, : | I ; : ii-tiillatiu PROCLAMATION | NeviDe H. Clark |I r.: .f

Mayor Smith in the event that none oppose of ladies are going to give a supper in : room made from (iar ] ) I by n! It. :,:. it fIAN'I

Ridgewood Hall for the benefit of Grace t freighthoupe and at t Of Annual. Municipal Election. ii OPTIC
other tt 1
gentlemen already mentioned in ,
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Church. All are cordially invited, andthey station. The ;ontltuian \ ; ) > H.Miii.g Davtcma. Fla.. Dec. 2ti, 1 1tJij. .
these columns : ) I, ( Rmltb i :
announce themselves \ L. Mayor I u1 the City of Day
I will have a good time, and plenty way, is!' always l,."kiig ] tuaado hereby call the regular annual .b. ':.
Henry Schmidt will also be a candidate I Hi-tlon( to t* held at the City Hall on the N. r
r to eat and drink. terment of erulitions" t *. fuuntriilti' lUtb) day of February, ltd), At ':: '
for re-election to the { ;
city council. I I wLleLeketlont equallnedelectoraof ibemy "
Mrs. Fair and Herbert went over to I improvements of H more ...:<. w111 cast their ballot fur the electionof I:,: I 'r tI
x I ibe following otfleeri: -
join Mr. Fair at her .parents' ho metnfP' ere long. : '. One Mayor for one year. ': n t.
Auf Club uue Clerk for one year. i II| Eyes Examined Free. H
Meeting. near DeLand.C. -40 one Collector of Tales for one year. : ::
1 A. P. Anthr.ny, a will One ABSfsior of Tales for one year. li:. .. .1
1 : It It It Martin Milburn arrived from St. ; : : : thus Treasurer for one year nDaytona .k
V i man of West Palm lleach Four(4fiau.rfIMtUofthel'ity. Couacll for :; At Clark's Jewelry Store. .c.
Augustine
Tuesday and spent Wednesday i I 11I0 years.4Jne(1) I s. 4
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Tie regular meeting of. the Florid on business Mr. .. member of the City Council for r................ ....... ....... .... :1 [
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in Daytona, leaving Wednesday I one year. :.-............................-..._:::::::;. ';:
East Coast Automobile Association will of the firm of 'fhrft'lIII) School Trustees for two years. _. "'i
for Palm -- ---- -- .
night Beach. At such .:. W. .-
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t'1t'ction-t Greene Oeo. F.
take place next Tuesday evening at the> ----- ------ stores at Miami West : i :; \e. !,Imltb and., Carson shall act as Inspector ) 1'ressin it and I .

clubhouse:; Daytona Beach.. An auto Our Souvenir Spoons will interestyou DAjtona. /; -- katd election and A.&lcF. Porter, aa clerk of 1
I :' Done under my hand and the 81 of tint Cleaning Establishment
buss will leave the.-City Hall at 7:30 if you will only get our prices City and by and under tine order of tbe City
{ly ;f. Council! at its regular l.adil'lI arms! Cents clothes cleaned. i>reed 1I- I
Crane's and Hurd's meeting on IJt'c. 20,
o'clock. Asa Paine, president of the. and compare with I others 19n5. and dve wl l, al-... ilrefMinakinif.BENJAMIN ,
sizes, t Clark's. C. L. SMITH,
t,+;9 .association, will preside. GEO. H. CLAM, Jeweler. J I I [ was J.W.Attest WILKIJISOS. Mayor of Daytona. DE[ LYONS ;
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1NN., ,111N11111N From Thorsdar Dtily. From,Thursdays Daily. From'Thursday's Daily. MMA '- -

, :ufit'S.cal 'Happenings.11111111NN1r. : Benjamin Pacetti has returned from Miss Gladys Stewart has returned to Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Hill, of Detroit, .:3s
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IN1N three days with relatives. .. relatives in Daytona. are enjoying the attractions' of.the town t YOU Jf1 .
= i11l are 1 looking for a Watch, .
O. W. Webber, of Richmond, Ky.,has Oriental Commandery of Knights I for a few days.J. j
L: :all talk. to you or,.better still, you t ; .
... ....." of leased the Leach house, on South Ridge- Templar is in conclave this afternoon. 1 W. Wilkinson has sold the erst / t '
'aDy' one our many purebas.rsf I .
hey think about our Watch 8. wood, through J. W. Wilkinson.Mrs. The work conferring degrees will continue Brown house, on Second Avenue, which i J, : d t r i" ; t >ve

engraved free. C. A. Wood, c! Hammanton, N. after supper. he recently sold to T. F. Williams to F. I.,, 01 LlA
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hgoods 1 '
1, CANNOT
_k .i;.\ L. U. HOWE & Co.. J., !is expected here Saturday, to spend Mr. and Mrs. Gunwar, of Frankfort Lundy, of Coney Wand, :-;. Y. |:1- \ 'A
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: .' ', the winter with her daughter, Mrs. F. Indiana, have returned for the season, A trim launch belonging to William : 1 t 'j.-t,,
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':M M. Dowlin.Pianr.8 I and have leased one of the Stewart cotes Paddelford' of Washington, D. C., has : j

Pianos fr. m $85 at Wray's.Iti from 85 at Wr "'8. / te at Daytona Beach.Dr. arrived in the city. The owner expectsto : : .

r; ) and Mrs. 'George; A. Muhroe arid :. J. i and Mrs. F. H. Houghton hay take a cruise in the boat as far south : <
A.
r Applegate has purchased through bie- MIST _
('v here Monday from Joliet, 111., top J. W. Wilkinson the Merrill-Brown property arrived in Daytona, and the doctor i i- as Miami. I : AKE. ;
;
s spend\ the season.' :. on the east side .of Ridgewood, busy fixing up rooms in the Opera \YhaM i is Lily Water? Call at :

\!The' Knights Templar held Christmas near Cedar Street. House block for a dental office. the electric light plant. k tf t,
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C \!tnbsen'ances.- in the asylum of Oriental Mrs. Hincks, of the Sea Gull, at Daytona Thomas H. Keating, a well. known Tuesday was a banner day for fishingat : tf
:ornmandory; Christmas morning.I. business man of Palatka, and known to
Beach,will entertain her guests Daytona Beach, and several large :
I. R. Burns arrived here Sunday many in Daytona, has been in the city AHananShoe
and catches
f several friends this evening with a were reported. Wednesday being -::'I j

..;.from. New York; Ciiy and has joinedMrs. euchre party. for the past two days on business. I I a damp and disagreeable day, there f

{ i. Burns at their home on Cedar Mrs. W. M. Shaffner has returned to Miss Elizabeth Silvernail arrived Sat- were not many finJlr!; rs out, and I he'r' .. 1-

,.Ftreet. urday from Wellesley, Mass., where she fish were not biting their best, It has ; and In .
the city from Orlando, where she has | Individuality i Style Snap. a general way only !
: A. C. Hornaday has opened a box ball has been attending collegeholiday t s PeJ her .
,' been the of Mr. and :Mrs.
:"10. guest Dudley, I |Dr J. II. Pierson Dentist, IWkRlock
a bowling alley fn the building formerly for several weeks past. vacation with her pa\/ts, Mr. oppoi-ite South Bridge. 'Phone ..| is it like other shoes. Specifically it is different. (

and Mrs. Silvernail.The .
; George 103-2 Residence 39-3 '
R. L Weller and Cash M. Thomas r. r.
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Corn-Dr. Christmas exercises of the Sunday 1 I
TREAT YOURSELF TO A PAIR.
left Wednesday for Smith's Creek, in I Pool is proving a popular pastime in It
"'* Smith of Fla. arrived School of the First Baptist Church !
; Leesburg, ,
the launch Columbia, on a several days the comfortable quarters of the Halifax t
;Mn the city Saturday and will remain';in duck were held fast evening. The programwas I .. EuEMI
hunting expedition. / River Yacht Club. In order to keep 1I -
: : until after the autodpbile well rendered, and reflected crediton
4"..'Daytona Mr and Mrs. E. L. Burdirj$| .firmer the members and their; friends supplied ,
f Sir teachers and classes alike.
lACl's.- residents of Daytona, arrived here last with Mifficient parnphrenalia another r { '

A:. Pianos from $85 at Wra s. evening from Miami, and are spending a Bert Pact tti, of Ponce Park, has secured new pool table of the latest: pattern ha: c:

i- few in the the contract to repair the New recently t I been installed. M c{t.kir\
d C. IL Simonds, an attache of the days city the guests of :
Smyrna bridge. With a force of men
friends.
'Clyde Lane office in Jacksonville, spent .'r

":Christmas in Daytona with his mother Big reduction on Art Calendarsat he will commence work immediately The holiday business at the postriffice;; > .,. ,
'11 and push the job to completion. ,., .
and trientis.t ,St .
Clark's. has about ceased, and the employees! in .. :: r : :4.

: Commodore J. II. Allen, of the Halifax Miss Lydia Smith, of Jacksonville, : E. E. DeWitt has arrived here from Uncle Sam'.s establishment report a lull ..

I River Yacht Club, returned Monday passed through here yesterday, enroute Mackinaw Island, Mich., and will assist until after New Year ; rnS::ae .e F

evening from Tampa and vicinity,where to Palm Beach, where she will act as W. II. Gardener, the photographer, during X. II Burns, a prominent Fruit grower .. ; \ r

-he has been for the weeks. the season, J. J, HUM-: of Chicago;: .. ANTHONY'S'r'
J'fJ; past two correspondent for the Times-Union dur- of the Santa ('lain Valley, CaL, arcoihpinied -i I tANTHONY'S! ttrm ....

!t' Arthur Smith, ton of Mayor Smith. ing the seaM!. is to be connected with the wine con : by his wife and child, are in he( "r ui SHOES ARE x" ,. SHOES ARE "
r s
:\ : has returned from Grand Rapid-*, Mich., The Parkinson opened yesterday for cern. city the giie t.s of Mr. and Mrs. I. 15.1: .. SILENT ; 0 SILENTSALESMEN }

'I\f' and is again leuewing friends. He expects the season. Mr. and Mrs. L. Cox and Owing to the inclement weather last Burns, tin Cedar St I rt'l't. :*M SALESMEN' ,: ,/

to spend| the winter in Daytona. thUd, Master Ormond Cox, Mrs. Vickeryand Sunday the Christmas services of the F. Louis Kagan "f Erie, Pa., arrived ,Z.'h ,

$ Butler & Williams, the real estate: Miss Barbara Viekery, of Sheriden, Congregational Church did not tike} in iV city a day or two ago, and is engaged : -
rt ..
ftfeents, (if' Daytona Beach, have,sold a are among the arrivals. place, as !scheduled but the program as installing; an additional engine in 'i C iti ,ffi; vr -
Tlot
,If"t on Palmetto; Suot., in that progressive Notice:--You ran get dry pine outlined will take place next Sunday at the plant c>f the elect lie light and I ice i Ii

t& town to Hiss: AppleLy. who expectsto and oak wood at 113 North Beach : 11 o'clock. plant. Mr. Kagan is an expert in his \ .' .

j begin the erection of a comfortable Street Phone 37. 21-fim St. Johns lino. rM
Wednesday being Day services .

home at one'e.Mr. F. Lundy, ot Coney Island, N. Y., took place in the EpS.-copal Fred A. Nichols, of Wmona Park fall 'i 1 \ -ANTHONY ,
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i and Mis. Arthur Fenn, of West who recently arrived here for the win- Church at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, Ila., pent Thursday in the city and 'fors r i

Palm Beach, spent Christmas in Day- ter, has brought his f fishing craft here, and were conducted by Rev. C. W. Arnold !left in the afternoon for Ormond to l look '

W tone with friends. Mr. Fenn is an expert which he has already placed into use. A the pastor. Today i is Innocents after ,ome property intrre ts. Mr. .

: golf "player;and L; in charge of the cabin has just been built on the boat. Day and services: are in progress: this: Nichols prupul'Ps to bring a colony of .; .1

f'} golf Huh? at that placr. John \F. Stewart is engaged laying a afternoon. settlers to the Winona Park 8e'l lIlI. ImmmmMmmAmmmmmmmmmmmM f-,

z:i W. 0. Iron, a prominent resident of cement walk in front of his cottage on ,

Washington, D. C., id in the city and Fairview Avenue. When completed, it 'IJ!
I ]RIVER FRONT
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AN ITALIAN .
-s. has pleasant accommodations at The will be a decided improvement, and it is "We Sell the Earth.

i"- Oaks. Mr. Ison is an attache of the to be hoped others will follow in the AUTOMOBILEs HAPPENINGS. ,

United States Treasury Department. same progressive manner.
?
Ia j |Uuler'a randies at Clark's. Contractor Johnson, with his force of -- .r

K. L. Sutherland has planted several men began work today enclosing the Smith & Thomas a Recent Entry in the Contest.TheCar ,Many Craft of All Kinds Now Have

i' handsome palm tree on hia prop- McCoy- Brothers'--- stand--- which will be Is Known as One of the Moorings In the Halifax-Doings
W. J. Bethel *
occupied by & Company. "
a
; epty corner of Fairview and Ridge BestAb oad. -of Rnat Owners. .. __ _
The work of putting the store in condi- A: _
i" wood Avenues. The work of buildinga Among the recent entries for the Or- From Friday's Daily. f 'T,
tion will be pushed rapidly to completion. As the of the 1 1lhe
height season approaches,
cement walk is about completed. mond-Daytona races is an Italian auto- -
i. Real Estate and I Insurance.Three I Halifax River presents a lively
J Due to the inclement weather on Sunday mobile that is calculated to arouse un- f
; The tnwi-screw "Sweetheart" 2 scene, with the craft of all sizes -
yacht many t
1 the congregations of the Baptist usual interest in the American automobile *

/ and First M. E.: Churches joined forces, is for sale. Price, 111,000. Apply to Beach Street property best business locations at world. The car is welI-U own j and kinds that have moorings in these i
pieces
Alonzo White at the Palmetto waters. Many of the boat owners are
;, garage, ,
abroad rraces
and the morning service took place in having won many

'' the First Baptist Church at 11 o'clock. near Bay. tf Bargain Prices. Let us show you our list of property in our auto. and hill-climbing c'onte8ts'p Europe. I i planning the weather trips on becomes the river settled and as to soonas the i,

If interested in WatchesJet The dredge Klondike is engaged in One tiC the successfJ acl rved by the

you are We digging out a channel in the river, for hht was in this ftt hii)-climbingcontest :satisfaction of the interested parties, .
us our prices.
quote you fishing and hunting expeditions will be I'
the steamer Uncle Sam belonging to from Milan S Florence, whenobert
but the best.
carry nothing SMITH & THOMAS the order. ',' ,
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GEO. II. CLARK, Jeweler.An McCoy Brothers. Yesterday afternoon { Zu>t the manufacturer drivinga .'. "

considerable! work was lu'complised.andat Real Estate Fire Life and Accident Insurance. 40-50 horsepower car against twenty- RIVER FRONT ITEMS. J
t occasion that proved quite enjoyable !
intervals there were interested spectators i four competitors, finished alone. Chester Seims chartered the Uncle
: was the dance given at Ridgewood PETERS BLOCK, DAYTONA, FLORIDA.I I
watching the scene. The course led tw ice across the Apennine Sam on Wednesday and with a party of l
,: Hall, in Port Orange, on Christmas even-
1I 1 << Mountains, which were covered young ladies: and gentlemen made a trip ;
ing, by the hospitable people of that Place your orders for Boston --- I' '
-- Real Estate Transfers with foot of
I n snow. up the Tomoka River They report ,
little town. Quite a number of Day- brown bread and baked beans with
the Gramlin Bakery Fast The motor is of the four-cylinder, vertical having had a successful outing.
;:. tonians were in attendance. .
water-cooled developing 40 "
type Henry Peipgras has completed the t
The Christmas tree exercises of the
i'Ii Harry L. Maxson, a well-known at- l D..Land l,11:1.. 11),'('. :JS? -The followingtransfers to 50 horsepower; the cylinders are cast task of putting his launch in conditionand :
First M. E. Church held lat
torney of Frcesport, X. Y., is in the city Monday Traveling I : of loast; pmptity. w'r filed for in l'uirs"C social alloy. The inlet and expects to have much pleasure out
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j J enjoying a well-earned vacation. He is evening, in Epworlh Hall, were very r ruord in the. ollil' exhaust valves are on the left of the engine of the boat the Mr.
creditable. The Christmas tree was the :: 4 along the ron (' of the (('kik of the during season
delighted with Daytona, and will remain Ciicmt Coiut today: :side by side, and are interchangeable. Peipgras is a yacht builder of much re-
main theme, and it w laden with presents to those uhoiisp mo-'ern mothnils.
here for several weeks. D D. The is Simms-Bosch
: iusrph A. I DukniMiii to ti. T. Watson; ignition by a nown. He built the famous speed yacht
for the School children.
i Rogers and family are friends of Mr. Sunday i .; For instincoV: hate ilisiar I'd' ] the Flnldi'alooll and Allen Watson }75, low tension magneto, with make and Volunteer. City Island N. Y., is his
The of the church Rev. F. M. r
j Maxson's. Dowlin pastor and his estimable wife, received ; 011 I fNIiIIIHl high }profit wayof selling i : lot I, 1.10/'k l.', Clements'' ; West End in }break park, and the magneto is equipped summer home. .. A

'Ladies baths at the electric light \ Ib'tolla.I with patentd oil protwtors.: A dozen passengers took advantage of
a beautiful basket of fruit, for which
plant. CLOTHING Walker .\. Lang: to Christina: Priest The transmission:; is of the sliding gear the excursion up the Tomoka River,
they are very thankful. I
J fart of lot i 1':., sub. of (]ant lilt 5, Or- type, four speeds forward and reverse; yesterday, in the Uncle Sam.
i C. F. Sulzner and W. F. Renourd, of ,
Eaton Hurlburts fine note papers ,i \\"e are making this stoie hipper and) mill 111(1. each independent and direct drive on
Miami in the Alfred Mairfort is engaged overhauling
r are spending a day or two
at Clark's.Mr. t \ nickel chrome steel and
high made of :
} city, enroute to Miami, to spend the c letter liy the nunlern method I of I.aura E.:111 to Maiiam. : Lyles, $40, his launch, which he recently ac-
1 and, Mrs. G. Edmonston, after lot 1, bliuk} I, Lam 1.11'ull'ssub. in finished after being tempered. The
While in Jacksonville Ir.l quired.
season. ,
That ninsists in
spending a few days at The Austin, left tiilinfr. : getting n'-I I DiUoua.I; main shaft is of nickel steel, tempered,
Sulzner purchased a hou. -boat and i-> Howard Stillman's houselxiat ran
Wednesday a visit to Palm Reach.Mr \ery finest Clothes from the :\ I aura I 1':. Wall to James W. Howard, and has :special; alloy bushings: all secondary
I making the trip to the Magic City via aground in the Tomoka RiverThurxlay: ,
and Mr W. G. Whitset will arrive tuier to with the smallest 1 $7:., lotJX? !block! -2!, Laura 1-:1. Wall's m shafts are ball-bearing. Among
the water route.Furnished you pmiil and up to this writing is still high and --- ----.n.-
here early in January from Eu tis, I sub.; ill I 1I:1'lolI:1, : cxKpting piece 7xSft other features of interest are the internal _.:. '
j consistent with ln'mst 1 Imsiiifss nietliolk. dry. ".."
of five for .
house rooms rent -
dutch solid --=
Fla., and will occupy their cottaeg, at I ,.l ill X. W. "flur.II expanding sprocket
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:.} at Daytona Beach. Apply at Bottling Daytona Beach, during the automobile How does that appf'allo )'1111'- \\ II. Edllllllll1-.11: to IU..h.s J.Jones, wheels, fan flywheel, a metal dustpan The Princess Issena was taken to the -, j

t Works Lily Water Plant tf I' II dock at the Hotel Ormond yesterday, J!
opposite; far back the of the
extending as rear
races. lo'-.i' (Ii i, 7, s, 0, 10, 11, 12Edmondson'i: :; : as
: for repairs, and will shortly be placed in ;j
J The funeral of late David A. Carterwas The friends of W. C. and J. D. Smith, The Globe >ul.. of :S. \ lot 4blo, < k :U. gear case; and three my powerful !

held last Saturday 'morning at the of Pittsburg, will be sorry to learn that c I Mary. Marshal to Sarah: F. Marshall, brakes, two of the internal expandingtype commission! ;j ;i

't family residence Avenue SI.-.0 lot I, block :2 ll..t. X. New5nlyrnl. and work on the rear hubs. The The house I. at Vugalmniiia was tied '-;:j
Ridgewood they go to Arizona at an early date, 116 South Beach Street. 1ta:,..
+ third, foot "brake i.< entirely new having at McFaddfn's dork for a couple of '
a up
J; Rev. Byron F. Marsh, pastor of the and will probably not be in Daytona ta s-! = :

1 Congregational Church, officiating. The enjoy the pleasures this season.Stephen (surge 11. Poole to Phube W. P. a double acting band working on a hours this mooing receiving wood and
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t remains were shipper'd' in the afternoonto Maldandnan has rented a I.-.+yy..I..........+..4..4..........*................+1 4 Buff urn, :< 1000, part of lot 2, !block 21, drum located on the counter shaft outside supplies. The owner, W. I.. Milne, of

t Pitt,burg accompanied by the widow 1I11c1,III:1IP:1)'lona: : fronting 100 feet the gear ('af'. The frame is of one Pittsburg. together with his family, will

,s of the deceased. part of the Wray store, on Beach Street THE HOWARDA on Hiol! l ;n\ood Axenue and 43 feet on solid piece of cold pressed steel, hung on not return here until Ft llruar)'. "
through Smith & Thomas. He will T I
a',. First :Street.Somenir. Lemoine spring*. The car is very simp -- -r. ,
j: Pecan trees' f.r r sale 1 2 and 3 carry a line of Oriental goods, and expects HOMELIKE ATTRACTIVE PLACE. i le, fast and strung, and all parts are It Is very much hoped th.-t tie property 'x"! :;

| old buds of 1 1'1 her the to open for business about Jan- owners on Ridgewood will fallow .
i.
year egg, easilyaecessible.; Wheel base 112: inches,, ,r
10th. The Finest Rooming House on the East Coast. 4 PJ1S-Go) to Clark'l3and I the suit of several other .amtits, and
bestfta.ored of tb' 1.1'J.' nuts. Pas- uary 1 |-rife t them )before buying else- weight lSOOtound| :-;, speed 65 miles per: [ : i

l SOS all spoken 1..r X'elsou I and A carload of horses for S. Haigh, the Enlarged and greatly improved for the Season!' of 1lor!)( ; .C. 1: \\liero. hour, clearance, 91} inches. construct ('tmtntidewalks: in front of r tu
their homes. It Is not a ran I tiling to : i
Texas Prolific .
ready t fall.
u \
fI and Hath Hot and Cold Water
Broad Porches Toilet Uooms ,
:
of Seabreeze arrived in
liveryman Day- II. :-'. Pike, of Xarcossp Fla. is in thE
nov25m2 K.: X. IVALDRO1 \. Electric Lights:; Furnace Heat in every Ifcxun. Meals within Miss! Pif're't' of New York City, auditor see a hugh tree growing in the walks at

tona Wednesday\ and he was engage one minutes walk from the house. Applications by mail will Z. city attendiiiGC, to business; affairs.. of theCl.irendon Hotel, arrived at various intervals.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry M l. Flagler and a in the afternoon conveying them to receive prompt attention. : Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Bucklandof, Sea- Seabreeze' a few days asro.Mr. Mr and Mrs. John II. Donnelly left,

: party of relatives, spent Christmas in peninsula Mr. Haigh will immediacy breeze( are at DeLeon Springs, thgusts e and Mrs.; J. Ti.en.fell) and Kurt Thursday for Hontonhic. X. J., business _
St. Augustine. In the rotunda of the put the animals into use. J. C. HOWARD Proprietor: i _
of relati\es.!
Toensfeld, are in the city for a few days, calling the gentleman to )his hllmp. They
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Mrs. Sarah McConnell and her daughter C. I :)' Christmas -- -
some tree brilliantly illuminated Miss Eleanor McConnell, are among lirHOLSTKIlER and are at :-'a.rf't'zt': for a few former Mr. Toensfeld is !senior memberof I Beach, through Smith & Thomas, and it
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.' with a myriad of electric lights, the recent arrivals at Seabreeze, from H. V. BRACEY MAMlKALTURKKofHlGHORADKMoss = I days, the guests <>f Mrs.( Jno. Dickinson, the firm of Joseph Zapf Company, of is with great regret that they If ft. Mrs.

and numerous presents for their friends the Quaker City. They will be the and Fiber Mattresses. jpC. M. Milburn, representing the International Jacksonville, while the other gentlemanhas Donnelly expects to return to spend the ,

who were there to enjoy the pleasure. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rogers duringthe DeaUr in Second Hand Furniture and Stoves. 1 y (Correspondence Schools, ol business connections. .in. St. Louis. balance of the season. During their absence -

...; Souvenir Post Cards at Clark's season. Mrs. McConnell's health Your Old Furniture[ Mad an <;
','5 ,,Stationery Store. has greatly improved of late. Beach St. and Belleview Ave. I Daytona,Fla 1 on business. its attractions. occupy their cottage. .y .I.

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I S. F. EDGE Will ENTER RACE. ( DAYTONA TRANSFER CO.

_ THE LADIES r : MALLORY :' ..:
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Preparations For Great Speed Con- .
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Tire Carriages Fine Horses }
test.-A Record-Breaking Tourna- Careful Dri Lets >..:, 1
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t, ',- BANQUET. ment Is Looked For. t : i SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS : We are w ell equfppedTor "St w'llidt>tl." .'The finest turnout in the eftr. ..H 5 j;

d Reeves' Sporting News Bureau. sends : Bu*!8 meet all trains and tai passenger to any pert of the city. -.- k, f
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M 0' out.... the following news notes regarding STEAMSHIPS. Trunks delivered promptly. Stables opposite Public School. ; ': ,
.. f the Ln.rs-st and most thoroughly equipped l passenger steamships on the : A -
'" \ the coining automobile races on 0o -
roast.o .
Memlwrs'of the Palmetto Club Celebrate famous Ormond-Daytona beach: NO ovKiintnVDixn.: i Telephone 27 -T .I
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STATUROOMSAIIE I POSITIVELY GUARANTEED
"Word has been deceived in Xew I ortant !
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a rnt' Oil thw rtnipu, n+' no tu-kets: will be t-old to exceed ----
York that S. F. Edge, the English automobilist a o the nuinlN-r nf 1 Iwrth-, or the' seating rapacity of limning Halls, tfius in- :
*= fthe Tenth Anniversary oi the has decided to rome over for I a euriogallioo4sengersindividualsert! irwaudatt'ntion' I'
e PASSKNTiHIS:; ; ::; LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY. e t R J' -
the Ormond-Daytona, and his \L (tile Si-lii-ilnlf! of ship in Florida '1 imes-lJnion.) .

Society's Formation. entry has been made for twelve races LOWKST RATES TO NEW YORK AM ALL I'OINTH NORTH, .
: .. I Inrltidinvrdfliahtfnl: PAYLKiHT I SAIL I through the :
?t, the tournament which will ; :
r during FUIOl1:; -..\ ISLANDS.: .

The tenth anniversary of the PAlmetto "The Future" Mrs.Clara W.Kaynor. begin on January :!. Clifford Earp, his 0e Through; tiel-ets sold to nfl Northern points. For full information .
a iv rjiriliu;< attrsvtioni offered by no other line; diagrams, rt''tfatiu/I! celebrated last evening Poem-Mrs. Thusnelda A. Harris. who will also drive six- e
Club, was I racing partner, a : tit-kt't., t'!" t\I'I'I.V to "

"i at Inv Ian, in true style. The chief The menu was as follows: cylinder Napier id now in this country !, a AVY7 DVI7 J.t't" t Hay Street, :
JT YC Agent .ru-kson\ile] Florida. .
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the and that the winner of
feature of the evening wa. sumptuous says Hemery,
"Sunshine caught in juices sweet. : . II, Clark, Loi-al ,hrc'lIt. Daytona, Fl.i. :
banquet, which was served. the Vanderbilt cup race, and Jcnatzy,
"The cup that cheers, but not inebriates I .0000 ..s..e..I....OOOOOOeO
Long before the appointed hour,hand- ;heMermes! driver, will hot h come over .
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somely gowned women were arriving, for the carnival of speed m the wave-
'Oh, a splendid J soup: is the celery ;. of
and the spacious room presented an washed Florida coast.

M f animated 'scene.The f green". "Everything points 1 to a recordbreaking LOUISVILLE I IASIYILLE R. R. V
tender
dining room was tastf ully decorated .\chlck'nhose breast reveal*% tournament, not ;alone in the lit of I

In green and gold, and",ith many Its Under youth full wdl; entries iif cars and drivers, but in at-

f pieces of dainty china and si1v" 'r. The And better'still, a pea that j:ctls attendance as well as bookings are Icing -
Bet Line to 1it'nlinghanl'asli; \'ille, Mem* ,
menus were also gotten up in the tlub nom fresh transparent shell. made from all over the country. ; ,

colors, and were exceedinly pretty. ".t.e put re: v yeast into his soul am! The automobile clubs of the big cities I>wt+| Knoxville, Louisville, Cincinnati, St. --fir 0 Y 1

tl'\cC!e' it ti i.e gain: :' the'
After partaking of the sumptuous rePASt are planning excursions to 'sunny"South
Louis, Chicago and all points) North and
toasts were in order. Mrs. Clara ".\ tin iiy: transformed h--u atchles? and many of those who go will I

W. Ra}not was toastmistress. The following unity." also visit Cuba, where a onc-hundrcd- West ill through ears.OXLV Four
Sailings Each eel .
toasts were rendered in a very "''uo'l fir for g od ,though frozen fat." mile road race will be hold two weeks ;

I 'creditable manner. "TI.at: lovely child of Ceies' after t1w.O)rlI -Jlyton:1 affair II.E. ]fife njiomtiiig through sleepers from. Florida to Si. I/iiis with IKT\VEE.\! ; ,

.1 "The Palmetto Club, Its Origin; ,"- Dainty and light and !swift." OILs) i.. going with a party of twelve dining cur service.ONLY '.
I i. JACKSONVILLE: and NEW
Xectcr, "which make the politician and after the tournament will make a YORK.
Weeks.
Mr Jane C.
line operating 1 tltrr.1Igll{ ,:.Jt l epors.I from Florida tft Cliicaen.FIXKST ( ,
'.. ; wise." tour of Jamaica and ('111:1.:0. : great I : Calling: ut fl 1 t"tcn! S. C., Loth ways. ..
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"The P4st"-Yrs. Mary Ruger. THE FINEST 51EAKSKIFS: IN ThE "
";erenf-ly fqjl; the epicure would sayFate has been the 'cmand for accoinodations: [ .linin -lr :-service in the' South. COASTWISE SEF.VHE.

**' :.,'OuV Symbol.. ,"-' Mrs.* Gertrude E.'c1i' f cannot harm me; 1 June dine I during time three day.s: prior to the The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. ". \4;
a = Thinsiph tourist --Jeepers: to Cal ifornil.
The Pent-Miss Amelia Totter .
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? that Southern; railroadis l '
today tournament the ; >n> t }-.1\ 1,1 i v .n
.. .. JACKSONVILLE. BOA1OAM
.< ,-a; o arranging!: ; for extra train in addition For information as to rates to nil points XOI'TH I and WIIST, sche liles l- AND ALL IRStr.hi: -Ol* PROVIDENCE!"* TS. t ':

to the regular .-rice.. Many uutoiuobili.sLs (JillllllXUH ll.llt:. lnli I'Mill \\iUS. r. ;
and l f ill infor/liatloll, I'all.or I write, SEAU-NVEliKLY bAILINOd.; ,
PAlM BEACH will haw :special cars carrying Southbound. . . . . . . . . . From Lewis' Wharf. Bostoi .
their friend-- Northbound . . . . .. . from foot Catherine street, JackioniiiiCLYDE ,
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Reports from Ormond show that al- I GEO. E. HERRING Florida Pass. Agt.I ,

1 :. r. BOAT RACES moat#all* the room at 'the Onnond) Hotel 1 I I 206 \V. Hay St, Jacksonville Fla ST. JOHSS; BIVKR LIN 1

and other places have IH.UI, rl'"l'r".t1.but ------ Between Jacksonville and Scnford: !
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the Southerners declare\ tentwill I :\'fOl'l'IXfT<; PALATkM.: :
.. < ASTOU, ST. rrt.lrclsltF.1r:; : nHW, (mEl.. 1
..o climate of the T.ist Coast of slorit >v 1
s,,*....',. '.\ ,. : .0' be provided and acwmiod.it- -ertircdin lhl. Intorvlnvlilt. 1.ut.ltn) ?"s ( u ST. Jl)111ti RIVER; ': .
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.:,10", .': \;.....,; '( ; :4J!.'" '. ... .T .' cottages, so .that all who go :South is nearer perfection than silos of any Steaim-rs "( !ity of Jsu-Uouville"J I "J-'ml'k J dny"I i

:Z:.ti : Willjbe '" 'Begipninr January 30th.-=:- will be provided with romod.it! i i..n.s. +- ;+ e other place on oartli. i !_ 4 art' app''Ut(1)l In ;:sul a> ful.w.! *.: l I.tw ja tk kMiuill.uh| I-\l'I (It SaiiiidajH.atm. )' I

,,;. .: ",._ .' .1 J. I). Price is now at Oimond p'rfl'I'lill: rL "': :1\1/: \ 1'. Ri'tiiinnitf l 'a\i- Sanfonl.: dni!.\ ,-v.j.t :Sim;
t-.(, .. Suuth Doun4 -_. 1
j '. Manager Sterry 'Wants the Local thepreliminaiiesof what i- to IK the' Vetul-Down SCHEDULE -.-Northbound"I Read .i

: greatest automobile tournauient I in In-- I 11.:1(1:.. :10\ I' III ................. ..... .....1:....."1.11\ /I i.. .................... ...... .\t tl\'l' (IIp i
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i t 111/ III''............................. .. p100pm m ;
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srt ; -. Yacht Club to Cooperate. .. 'd ::11 1 a III .................;...........:-t.J.:; run-is.:; .............................1.I: .. :! 30pm O a f

t Alderman Porter ReMxnx-: k .................,.... I liflVSlOIll: ( | ( .. p m =
F Commodore J. H. Allen, of the Halifax 1st. From U'ednecdar'c Ihily. I Arri\e S :10 a ml..................?......... III.Lall..1 ., 11 W !
Thursday February ;! :
s L 10.00) a III ...........................-rNM.rZZrZ: & m
.River Yacht Club, in Daytona, is in Alderman .\. McF. Forter tuideml jr"6F'rf 10:1)0: ainI : ;
.z Cl:1sdi."tlll'e; 15 mil start 11 I
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:t receipt of a letter from Fred Sterry, ; his resignation ht night'tiicetmi: .ol I GENEPAL r: PASSENGEP AND TICKET OFFICE 122 VEST FAY 5T, JACKSONVILLE.
a. in. I I
A of the Palm Beach motorlxtut I the City Council. In addrc-Miia: thai' .
; manager Cla. H: distance 10 mile?; :tart : :.'}0 l i t,.. I.h I.yi I.. F.M.IRONMONCEILJn..Ar.t.A: : ; ;.: I. I:?: \\'..' 1'1\, H., .JIll hln\'iIIt Fla ;
races, asking him to cooperate with theassociation p. in. lidy expressed Iii great leurcton I I\\'. (j. ("001'1'. ':.I.la.( I'It. .\t. 1'.1'. I 11ELI.., Supt. i
: continue in hioiheial I I..ot lI"! { :iII St.. Jm LM'm'illf, I Ila.
and do what he to make not being able to i
Y ran
Class C ihVtanre 20 miles -stait 3:3 i
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; I \C.ll.\fiEJTY.; : : (;: 11'1 I EII t'1I I'uss..t.t.. \t'tt \'f.lli.
the race meet ; Mr. Stern in capacity: on account of busing ren.onTheTebcnation I.> /,1 '1'1.\111 I :
kl a success. p. m.1rnfx:4tS'Wili j AIIIN'n|: ; I'" ;fcl't AcMit. New York. :
'''"US'I' tt faire; !favorably"; ; gay ing tEat -:: : lit tt 1l1ttltlHl'. .tiftioi- : ; was accepted,a- it'a", Till(if-ncrul U. (/. I Ellu-Mana?i r. U n. H tl VDU* ft CO' I

tonsiderableinterest is being manifested'" I! lowingllasses: strongly urged by Mr. Porter." th..I.I1I11I.: 1liij,1ip; li! :'HIIt't.; .. \ v \i>tVIf I'Hieral. Agents i:

?, and that the entry list in the various Chess A: rating inwiMirenu-nt an I For ,.c'I'rll term thigpiitleiimn li:,i- i 1
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v' contests promised to be large. above. been on the :ild rmanic board :1l11llu' :I ( t I .' I !

The boat races will immediately follow Class;; 11: rating inea>urement"iO to 70( has Used his best fTort-( in behalf ol tin. ,I l' 'c y '\. yt ( I ( rJg3 rn51 you an'I Olllgto NEW YORKBoSTON AND THE EAST !* f I

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the big events on the Ormond-Daytona Clan C city. TAKE 'uu.
: rating incasurcuunt am 1 I

Beach. The dates will>p from January above. ,

: 30th to February 2d inclusive. }lips Jessie i Hranch and C. L. Hume I %

.The following program has l hei n arranged ClL5.sl): length of hull, 30( to 10 feet were united in marriage on :Sunday; at j! gtsaJ

: the Mctlmdi-t ji.irst.nngo, ; :it I lJt:1 ; the fimniK Oran; Crovis rni'arj! PlaBtstIon ,
't. (sass 1 11:: length of hull, 31; feet and I } r _
Tuesday, January 30th. under. Heaeh. They will make their I''inn.' ':? S .+ Cocoannt Groves anil Tp cLilIo Firms of the ronntrj tribntjry ta I I

.,.. INDIAN IZIVEK LAKE W011TII II
and BISCAISE B.VIore
.t Class E .* .distance 10 mile; start 11 homo on the p< ninul.i.: The miiiiaiting
fi: The officers of the association reaihrd rrom J-u-Vionville! lUtho i I
4. a. m. are as- parties are well and l'a\uiabL\: : 1 1I

r Class B: distance 10 miles; start 2:30 followHenry M.I Flagler, Pre,i idt'nt; knot\n, and they 11:1till' bt-i t '.\iII.-i y FLORIDA E1ST CO.VST RAILWAY. 1i,i I

p.m. W. K. Vanderbilt, Jr., First Vice President of the ci.iiiiuimity for llnir. fill 1111' hal"i| Oeaan Seams:!-&Ip (;cT..iany

Class A: distance 20 miles; !start 3oO: () ; A. n. Proctor Smith, :Second; Vie Iiiness."Visit.

p.m. evident : Fred :;:terry, Secretary awl. r t"tla 'a4 li

Wednesday, January 31- a!fir I the electric light plant: and ,
Class D: distance 15 miles start 11 Kegetta Committee.. The (exert
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see tlio finest batlc-i in f'ie' OlltI \.
.: a. m. tivecotnmittCi.contPosedof the f'il I- .
w, -- For apr or beautiful bi>,.,, "Fast foot of HorW*", Tw-t map dPeaioal
louiiiirV. iiiuid
Class E: distance 10 miles start 2:30 Hrokaw, Lieut. Hugl
:o ; +r Horiu'a, anj ollxr infornution, ailJrcvs
t p. m. WilloiiKhby! John C. King, J. :-i. J. R. 1'.tI aoTr, J. I>. KHKIUTU, 1. D.RlflJEB, .

Clarke W. K. Vandeibilt Icu-rro'l t Lee Sjai,.... ... ... .
Class A: distance 20 mile; tart: 3:30: : Jr., Lehim i TraBlr "" #I U.P.A.ST. i i
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p. m. Sterry, A. IX Proctor :''lIIil h. AIY'I STINE.:. FLA. I I
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\fir .>, BUSINESS CONDITION OFDAYTONA ,. ; 9 r r I Ij IjI
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BEST KNOWN. BEACH. 7" NF.TtVIILIil1ITTThe
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( a I 1 t.V t '::- "' .J tal and v,lalit."li"l. t .s tip the! S.\ ..II M. uul n-.ie s the normalvuror, from :'a\nlillah ii\, w Y.-rk. .Mon I' I ;ip.'it II' !r. .r I.: 'L!' tltllalittapl.incs; fIt)c.d't.! F'/rsalrbyalldrugggkt.. I L II\.T05 '
I l'iom, :Mini.ah i : to |Cu'-tnn; iiliirt. -t) \!IomlnnmJ. (
: NV. J. Morgan Says Race Course Is I in AFTI.'Q US!" .. "r 'i; ::11' o.il 1 n, socuri'ly wwpiKHl: Iin riv-ipt of irtee, jjll.oo per 1)l1%.
Merchants Pleased With the Result of O Logs (or $:,.fJU. DP. MottN ('lie akal Co., Cleveland U1t1..ollIVnnunht -,. Tal.I.O! -III'I.!| .!i.-.I| \tiiLallthed.: t l .!Iita.iistIaItI.-North/ni! I : and! Smtliili t I naihtaffonl.

the Holiday Trade-Exceeded Finer Shape Than Ever Before. .. ( I..." iu: .,1-11 I /. TH \ki-t.-.Mliiiinl. Cag'age: : :: -il.iikHl\ t thrnegh!J to any. jmint, Cast.

c Dr. WUlums' Indian Tile .. Ask for copy "GREEN FOLDER."
Beach Is .
y 1 Expectations. Much Wider.W. I lintimnituillfurc luhm-Itliuil.ISIinluii -- - -,- -- For rat. of far<'. /".'t"',-rvatlun iftnt<-r'no117s, rte, :11'1.1.\| | to i,,'aivst rnilmad tkletafTfiit.
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A Daily Newt. .. ie'pre t'ntRtiin hi. J. Morgan, in an interviewith l'ill'So li .ibMiriisihf tumors, ----I orail-In--*
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.: .. the XPW I allele the iictini;' at Duce :uuias :; G. S. FARLEE i \\'. 1'.. I'LIMlN1'S'I'ravtdinz I : : Pass.jrt :1!T Hull: :St. ;Savannah.: ; ,
rounds forTnevrs yesterday and York Tribune, state* that after BB .U1UI't'. instant!
't today a li jfives reInf. 11'. II. l'I.E.1S.1N'IS.I'rrr.
A Dr. \\' lliams'lndianlhleulnt- and lii-n'l .Mjrr. J. 1'. llnRTON, (b-m.i I'acn. Agt
,; mteryfewed: quite. a* number cf the lead- an examination of the fautuiN Ormond- merit i prcpa-'cd for Piles:and ItchInfj Painting, Decorating Paperhanging.'ler I'iir.'i.;",. Ni rib, I.'MU.: \iwork.
r .. t A ,'? of ih' pnxati! p-irts.. Every: *.or i i.swarranted. ,
r ng business men of the city regarding! Daytona( lU-ach in company with several : Hv tlriiL'sjivt-. t>y mail on roeelpt ---- !

,, it-.t the extent of the holiday trade. Ink friendhe has no hesitation: in sa MANUFACTURING of pn.-.-. :.0 CO.ants. Props and ,:t Ck-vulauu.lelli.: WILLIAMS uiuo-) :Nc-\: :3 Wall Paper, the largest and li.MiiUuni: t line of wall: pa11f'1' I i......u.. .....,...,. .....'..... ..r.4.i "-,.nri/ ":- ...-',.-,.i-..- -.',....r:.: .-.-..,-...r--..!'.! J.-"_.'.i.r. :I
-..11I\11,1.\1' sliiivih. in Maytmia. l and domestic I (i} '
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\i\"eve ry instance the business: ]cople eP \- ing that the beach was never a* fa. t a;> I For sale bv; I Ij < Inn n to 11I \per roll. I IHM) now designs to select from. Inferior ; If You Love Your Wife
'y.. '...' ml their opinion that the biggest it i i-? now, and that it i is in r"'I'lIrlllm'aking : ,1,4.4h ':sung -pccially.. Northern nufhnnici otnployod.tllii. L I IIf

business in their history has jut: been conditilln. A furious northeast! gal r and I :Shop.2:\ \hrtl. ,. A\-nu.-. 1)\ \"1'0Fl.flJ:!II I \ DON'T ROAST HER

?spei ieneed One or two firms'particularly visited the Florida coast recently, and Seaboard Air line --- - -- ---- If I
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were of the opinion that there was not only widened the beach some thirty i Uy onipcllin r her. t I" I lake' (lie family' bread lint' hny' it from tie

r' more money in circulation this Christmas : yard*, but also carried away every bit ",HiU I ".. A' ... J + w P + . -0 o.

+ by far, and that the buying public <,( hx-. sand" leaving:: at least. a hundred Savannah, Columliia, !Ilichtnaid: Ice P i DAYTONA BAKERY 4 J

level( Camden) Southern I'inos Uali iyli Daytona Company a I i .
purchased. with much mote ease than yards us and as smooth as a billiard 1. ; ,

previously. table. The.s\\'irhn surf" cut the Washington, I'alt'mioro, 1'liila- PURE ICE ; j (It's a ":l'ill."I'. linn. work :and{ ml' .neV. Fresh Bread de- J

The kre stocks carried by some of bank of the beaih as if it had been done delphia and I New York. . . ; 'i : IhcreU Daily t, :all Dart: > .f the city. Also (C.ikcs l h.** and every

the stores were considerably cut down by a spade; the same storm carried H r :- Made from Distilled Water. ;! oth<'r ] .1'wlllrhtlti\ nf time tiKxlcrn! ), iip-t >-iato] l blkt'h: .l'. 11 t

by the inroads made on them by Christmas away fifty of the electric timing poles, TWO I1LEQAM: {RAINS (D4IUV: $ ]hl4'tf;! iv 1'1 >1'I1I'/ 'Kuilmafl: I ,> l :alld i Voiusia a\enn : n
o : a a.esa4 G oa .Z 4I : f i3A\'enue j
shoppers, but Daytona merchants which will have to be replaced, together SEA150AI1I FAl'lJilSS; : : I QUIGG & MILLER, Props.::\ear Depot.

: with twenty miles of new double wire. and I ., i J
ever enterprising and ready to supply ,.-. ::. -_. I-.I.'.' "!,oe: C ', .... ( j, I' '! !:, ,' iii'i.ai'yi: '-!'-! ..I ,:!'!'!'!I.!'!'i ---
the wants of the people, have placed Asa Paine, the new president of the :- E\HO.\noi:; MAIL v ---

large orders for winter and spring goods association, is on the ground and will .. >' >' I I I

for early delivery;.,.- have charge of the local end of the workof Modern Pullman !i if Parkinson House. I I Ii i S. H Gave, N. ERICKSON i

{ 9 .. the tournament, meanwhile keeping Equipment {; AIM II1TWT. lil, IL.HKK AMI: CoNTKAITOI: :

:.. in close touch Only Line oporating llt-i'It'iti-1 ami olli'-w. nortlita.-t iiirm-r ol Cabinet Maker and :
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the daily
association'sXer through .
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t l.M-anon corner liidii: >wiNid, and M.iprnolia Av nci v.KlMric .. I I
A Launch Sold. York representative. Atl meeting sleepers from Jacksonville i I Hi.I\\'Iuul und Viilu! ia at't'IU1I'S.
Bar ( Lights :Sanitary. Pliuahinjr Malhx and .ill !
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.-- ---a- of the association Mr. Morgan made to ew OrloanU !-* Wood Worker 4
i Phone! !SI!) Florida
modern 9. Oaytima .
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s. a report of the of lit >E ninvoi-.u-mrs.: the best the inaiki: t af-
tournament ,
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McCoy Brothers yesterday sold the arrangements, and also met tne For full information nrnl SII-HT| rr.urvatuins fcrdLar o, nicely furnislioil rooms, W'llliphtP.1; l ::11I0Ift'aft.d. \ Doors and l in-low. :S.nnPiftnrt; ,- I
launch. Justso,. to Alfred,JIairfortof: call on any :-:" \board
"a. local tournament) committee, which will Soutliern; For Ocean House -!|f
exiwiirc.: rates! :apply to kind-of iI
Port Orange. "The'eonsiderAtron was nci-nt, or writeA. Moul have full chargjof' the arrangements. \ I .: ;
$750. The launch is well built and has J. 0. MacDONNELL, MRS. JOHN B. PARKINSON 1 .;.1-'. \V. CAMS I= Proprietor. Furniture RfjuiirinKdonf; on i-bort notice

i A good speed. The new-owner has as- *Full line *of the National BiscCo.'s uit $. OBUiLSTOSJli.,1'usceDgerlpeut AwiMtant i f ell-'rall'as 'n'r .lt rc'"t, I Owner and Proprietor, --1 I ores (ohttl' to i"T I Regular Pay liuurders.N and IrliwurelS1.eial at asonable prin-e. i'

II umedpcesesslony 4 goods at the Gramling Bakery, JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA ] '"" .. '
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