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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
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Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: September 29, 1906
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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:-s, and Mattings i City Fathers met in regular No member of the council of some of I the members, aunt :':..e:.. Successors. to

assemblage Monday evening, and has even Muted at, so much less therefore it took the eunuch but a .. i

discussed several important mat made, any move to the establish: moment to get ac-tiou. The oidi 1 PECK & FOSTER.Groceries .

peries and I Ii ters. The first to be considered was ment of any sort of system for that nance was rejected on its first read- '

the resignation of Alderman G| B. purpose. Joseph Osborne, a reliable ing.The '

Seaman. The resignation was ac- and practicable man in his line, ordinance would increase the i
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I cepted but a successor was not came before the council with a feasible revenue from licenses from about an f

Lace Curtains named. Alderman Moore presidedat proposition for furnishing the $COO per year, as I am informed by :

the meeting. Herewith we pub- city with an ample water supply the city collector, to about $3500!;( t9mmm ,/.Y"mmm.mw.wnm..w/m..w.m.m.w./mm"' .'ur...wmmm+NyNMMt
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I IjGUAM lish Mr. Seaman's letter to the coun- and necessary fire protection, a system as I estimate it, and no man would

cil in full. which he was ready to guarantee pay a dollar more than he ought to. .......................... ..4.....................44 = r y
Fire protection was the chief would prove a success and which The rates were the average of three
of would the about ). southern cities about the size of If you are in need of a yr
I topic discussion at the meeting. cost city 20,000.It .

. & MALEY co. Alderman Howard stated that he fell flat on this council and has Daytona.The 4 Square Meal at a Reasonable Price,. .. 1

thought a committee on fire protec- never been referred to since. A city government cannot be .
tion should be appointed and that gentleman representing the La run on wind. The real estate will $ (jo to the

.!re'. Undertaking = the committee should sit perpetuallyuntil France Steam Fire Engine laid before not afford sufficient revenue. Be- CITY HOTEL.

:wwww wwWW) )j something was accomplished the council a feasible plan for tween the council's refusing to increase r +

r Alderman Stillman stated that im- the same purpose and fully explained the license rates, the millage 4.'l:\ Orange) A\emit, Daytona, -
: . . a . mediately after his election to the its probable cost for installationand limitation on the taxation of real -Y ,
Where are sure to get it.
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council he had taken up the matterof maintenance, about 30,000.: () ( ). estate and the unwillingness of .

LA1.School Shoes : fire protection but did not meet That also is as dead as the Ooborne many to bond the town, all permanent -

with very hearty: co-operation. He proposition, and from the present and necessary improvements r GEO. H. MATTHEWS.N1111Ir111111.I.NNII..N1N..N.N.NNttN.N. j ;

tr1r further stated that he published a outlook, nothing will be done by must remain indefinitely at a stand- < 11 '

communication in one of the local the present council to protect this I IittYiiiiii
in + still.It
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great variety newspapers asking northerners to fair and growing city from the ravageR is evident to any one, that so ,
gather all data and information on of a conflagration to which it is long as members of the council allow .YiiiliieYhidlirYiiiNnYaiNi.YriitliiYNiNiir lilf';. i..m"Wm"j'V"mi.VNii "'M ,

Et'' 11 at The Globe. fire protection and submit the sallie I every day liable. For myself I will their private affairs to dictate :ti A. D.President ncBRIDB F.N.Cashier(1INIlAD :

to the council: for its information. not any longer be seemingly respon- their actions as public officers, the : '

r <' I Lca We have received 0L Alderman Howard said most Florida sible for inaction in so important a city will be poorly governed, the :I MERCHANTS BANK
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; :: towns had some kind of fire protec- matter. The plan provided by the old revenues insufficient to take care of ::: '

. .1? tection, and that it behooved Daytona ouncil for a sya'em of waterworks, public work, and the :i 'Bran'b Voliala County Bank)
. ouril's It. necessary :: Capital Stock..... .......................................$ 50,00) '
V to do likewise. Alderman sewers and fire protection, went city will surely lose its prosperity. :
>' i Personal Liability........................'............... 100,000
Carroll stated that Alderman Still- down with that council, because of As president of the council and .a '

Pall man and himself had discussed the some slight defect in the oidinance. member of thc'ommiUeeon revision r:; Transacts a General. Banking. Business. j I

; and.Boys' Clothing : matter quite extensively and that The council hat never spent a moment I consider the action of the councilin 4 per cent. Interest Compounded Quarterly Paid on j

the; came to the conclusion that a I in examining the plan, or in refusing to consider the report of : Savings Accounts. ..4r

ysould be pleased to show them to system of wells located at various I emlea\oiuig to mike it effective, but the committee, a gross discourtesyto :

,M. points would be advisable. A com- has permitted it to be lost Ly :it-* inaction the committee, and I, in itself, an : Safety; Deposit Boxes for Kent i i'W.
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:_Prices always right. mittee of the whole of the councilwas if not by its hostility to the I! unparlianu ntary proceeding.For : ', '!!!!!!! .. ....!!!!'!mmmNmHmmlfmmmm..WNf.Wmmm1NmmNm.Ymt"' .

.J appointed as a committee on fire measure. the reasons above stated<< 1 ...

protection and it expects to meet Daytona is distinctly a tourist am convinced that my usefulness af1 1 .

HE GLOBE : 1 frequently and take some action on town. To keep it well to the front a member of the City Council has DAYTONA {

ist. the matter. Just at this stage the among its many competitors in mine to an end. I have no time or ,

lights went out and Alderman Still- Florida, its natural beauty must be inclination to remain a member of a I.

8, 116 South, Beach Street. man stated that he thought they supplimented l by active efforts on legislative body which will do noth- TRANSFERand "i lT
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a. .. were all in the dark on the subject.The the part of the city government and ing but audit bills and obstruct the
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council decided to make im the residents of the city. Such men passage of wholesome and necessary __ "' : .
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t*!$ street commissioner has been at Condit, Seims, Sebring and many Personally I have great respectfor j J i

work with a force of men all week others of the same fiber 1 class, the members of the council, most hive the Best Livery in the City with white drivers familiar with i :

Spy: is Not Always a Sin repairing Ridgewood avenue and come here and expend thousands: of of whom I regard as personal I
all roads. T/wik for the Silver Tipped Rigs 1 ;
Beach street.S. dollars in building beautiful homes, friends. Were conditions differentI ;

H. Gove appeared before the which add wonderfully to the attractiveness would be reluctant to resign, but 'Phone 27 Opposite Public School 4

will pay you to investigatei : council and asked permission to operate of the city, and add greatlyto under existing circumstances I must 1 .
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'J I a trackless trolley. The council its taxable property as well as increasing insist on my resignation being accepted i if.f )i

i|, prices and quality of ourIROCERIES : requested him to communicate with its value. When such men as I have carefully considered .\ 01I.

his associates and put the proposition want the city to provide a system! of the matter in all its bra rings. ................................................. i 1

.., : in definite form before the cement walks to aid in carrying on As a citizen I have a right to hope| I r

: council. This he will endeavor to the great work of beautifying: the conditions will change for the I. Bond Lumber Company 1 }

We can save you considerable i do by the next meeting town, the city council sits down on better, and I believe they will ;.
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SEAMAN'S LETTER TU THE COINCIL. any proposition looking to a permanent you person 1 .

$% $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ i iS To the City Council.GentlemenFor: .reasons already I the improvement city, and although of the sidewalksof an ordinance in sympathy in my place with who your will methods be more oftransl..ring ROUGH PINE AND AND CYPRESS DRESSED LUMBER ., i 1\II\ t !

is before the public business. 1
now pending j
stated to the Council, I respectfullyrenew Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Limeand '
council to make good in the matterof Very Respectfully, ,
W. CARROLL my resignation as a_ member tnnlr Office and Yards: Fast: ('(181
Cement
k' sidewalks, it is buried in the (1 J. B. SK\\I\\. 111 Hallway and Orange Avenue \ -. l
of honorable body and request \
your pockets of the ordinance committeeand Daytona, iSept :'.I l, 11)11(5.I ( M t.W-Bond Mill,Atlantic C'oaat Line Hy.,moo miles south of Jarkeonrllle. "1
! Grocer. i iI that it be acted on without unnecessary Kalamazoo,Sanford Branch of the K .:.(!. Ky. ,
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The North Beach st. delay, to the end that the pub will probably remain there indefinitely : I ,
because the committeewill Phone 83 R. J. MALBY, Manager. : t
interfered AUTO DITCHED : J
lic business not be
Telephone No. 19.Wfyourjailor. : may not report the ordinance, and ; ......................NN.......... ............ : i

:........................................... with for my lack reasons of a full for council.As offering!. my because should the ordinance pass, BROKEN LEG. i, tt t
I of the council it will
stated verbally, I.. a majority say .
resignation were
compel them to lay cement walks in It >It Iti McClellan EdwardsManufacturers !
? will briefly restate them in this com i l
munication so that there shall be no front of their own property It is J. B. Conrad and Sam Gordon Meet I .
not hard to induce capital to incest Road between of a 'i I i
mind what \\itnaMKhapon
doubt in the public as to '
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here when conditions are right, but 1 t
such reasons are. DeLanJ and Glenwood. Window and Door Frames : '1
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it is wry hard to induce the coim.-il ,
like This council was chosen by the f the Bond l Lumber : ,
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Most men are proportioned B Conrad, (> -
to favor improvement if
business any public Window and Door Screens. i
people to transact its public l 'it
Company, jmuhascd a new t
these. Those who are that improvement will call for the
of
one to enact such ordinances as Ford mnalioiit few amid I 1
days
; expenditure of money by individual a ago (Colonial Culiiiniw, I'onh ('I,I urll 1111 any kwon-tjU1, KrackKs -
discriminating know that the will aid in thoroughly sanitating the was nuking the trip from Dc) Lallli I
property owners. lt.iliMd! Hand Hail, NVwtl fur stair IIr Poich Work, :
city; to improve its streets; to keep to the (,(jany's mill at (nt'n\\o clothier who claims to fit every Some months ago the attention of Mi-Mtni Fui ni tort-of any kind maile to order, ClutirH, $t-t-
wholesome to :
its parkage dean and ; of last week I
morning .
Wednesil.iy .
the council was called to the fact t..-.., Staii'lr", Tabli-H, Kti, Tinning, aril S< mil SWe awiutg. :
long chance. bring its sidewalks to a uniform Sam Gordon.{ who
body is taking a amunpaiiied by j I,
? that the council had no rules to -
grade, causing them to be made of govern the hine. The
was riving mac machine are niak'ng a strictly high-grade ;i
its transaction of public busi ,
I And the unfortunate thing about the most approved material; to provide was dipping along at a lively ,I
construction ness. To correct such a misc hieviuiis Moulding for interior use. !
j No.2 for a conservative gait i when Mr.I Cordon turned out
him is that he can sell to good and condition, president of the council I .j t !
,bra NS of of waterworks sew- in the road.
a system for obstruction
in after nuuh study and labor, introduced an 1 Our work is all made from the (Best Selected Stock H
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reasonably
the season and to city a far
dressers only during erage; put Somehow or other lIe turned too '
i defensive state in the matterof an ordinance providing a and the automobile turned, turtle, I with the object of giving sitisfartion. Ak for what J
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that his stock of clothing system of just and necessary parli- \
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f fire protection.The badly damaging the car. Mr.I Joi-(: want
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may :
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rules and I after
this mentary now a ,
council which preceeded
lIon was badly bruised and sllMtain'II -
style.
of four months the committeeon
was composed of men of large experience lapse a Cra.tllrelllt'g. \I Ir. Conrad was, Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. :

IJ We have no stock on hand to who did all they po siby could ordinances is still holding it in also seriously! bruised and is suller- ,
make' Daytona an up-to-date city. its official {Nx ket. Other ordinances of Look for the sign on North liidgewood, Avenue.
make to lug from a broken bone in one
tr get rid of. We want to They were considered by some as offered by other members are slumBering his arms. ::1
in the Phone 123.: l DAVTONA) FLA.
up-expressly for you-a suit radical and extravagant They same pocket.The ---- :I II II
turned down and a new council council decided to have the I
Na4 were In reuniting a bank of dirt in his

r- UouM.n lanai,rial auk rawl* of clothes having character, was chosen, which has carefully City Ordinances revised and repub- yard at New Smjrna ItwOk: Dr.I .w!"" "". ."...:.............,.... ..:....:.. .,.,.::... .:........ : = :.w",, i
distinctiveness and style-that made a new record for conservatism.It lished, and to that end appointed a Fox ulu'arthpil the foundation of an t. I

has now been in office semi committee, consisting of Mr.. Moore, old stone building that has!' been V 9> \
will fit. I months and has done absolutely thairfnan, Mr. Clark and the president i- ('O't'rPIIith dirt for ears. The! DAYTONA NOVfL TV WORKS 70'l

audit and the made (by a majority of the '9I ,
} cordially invite you to, nothing but pay I foundation walls are about eighteen E. DILLINQIIAM 1 Proprietor ;;; '.
We most committee Mr.I Clark being absent
bills,with the single exception '9 :
monthly
inches high in some places and !show r.: 'j
Summer of its I ;;; fiRS r STbrLT, !M AH Hit Idlir 1)1 POT :
:i A' inspect the Spring and of passing a railway franchise from the city)a partial report the building to have befii eighteenby : (r). .
which the most sanguine woik coveting the subject of city FAL\UliKD; > NK\\I.Y K I J'lI'I'I:11! : I ult IM.XMMJ. ti.lll iS(!J. UK: !
under even feet. The strangestpart
line of fabrics now on I twenty-four S.UMMi.; f U.NKIOKK IIF| ALL KIM'S. WIXIIC\\ A.M I'OOK (!: ,
+1N 1906 hope of a railway 1 being licenses, in the form of an ordinance. :; : : ; I .
see no I ( of it was the ('himnI'Y:1'i :r FltUIEH.ill: : IlolIl'.'\. I"iTllla: J1lIyrf'1I1': TEH.( r\n- i!
The committee fixed the rates down the of the building) )
constructed.As about renter
display. i (INKTOItK: ; H\m\ 'KK'I>, I ol.nML 1 I OH M.VS with Plain if
.e v im. president of the council, '1 to such amounts as would be satisfactory Dr. Fox will let this foundation re- orCaMe.laj.iIotrt.( Ue MitU, thf |HsT: ; MOl.LIiI.NC: ( ; l tf I

idaclttalea Local bpreIClltaU" .t have frequently, in conversation I and at the same time, main undisturbed for the present Z. Always Urijjht and smooth, Kitlier:: Pine or 1'jjin-hH. : .

N'' Ed. V. Price & Company with its members, caVed their attention largely increase the city revenue |S No Advance in Prices although:; material has gone up from 40 tow .1 .
Ftvmlnen n,rotr;,atoiuck aM,, Herckaat Tailors.Chlc.te to the absolute necessity ol f from that source. Personally the What is Lily Water? Call at 80 per cent. We Screen your home and guarantee the fit. I I

IU Ult>ll ft providing some system of, fire pro. ordinance would touch the pcxket- the electric light plant. ., @!: !) (!@jW

R L. SMITH, Agent, Daytona, Fla.

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THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS I PICTORIAL I HOLLY HILL. home Tuesday, accompanied. by his SOME RECENT week at the home of the bxj4'8 ;!

son, Edgar. rents, west of tovra. J Il5tice, -
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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAYT. 9. 'tit Miss Ida Peterson of Pierson and
DAYTONA. REALTY DEALS't't'tO performed the ceremony. ,

E. FITZGERALD Editor Holly Hill, Sept. 27-All residents the Misses Etta and Helena S berg, Alfred Morford is clerking fc.. :"f

't't't of DeLand who have been of tillo & ls-
of Holly Hill are most cordially guests Company. -

: THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY The Pictorial Edition of the Gazette invited to ;attend a meeting at Mr and Mrs.J E. Peterson this sum- Extracted From the Books of Record Miss Jennie Murray 19 "! it .

( INCORPORATED ) News Will Contain 80 Pages of Interesting the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Ad- mer, returned to their homes Fri For Volusia County.-Few her aunt, Miss Caroline .cDQiet it.: ;_;

: iiins the Sunday day. They have made many friends Joseph Morford .
Reading and Pictures. ( Da\'elllllrt[ place) Transfers. who ia ::

- Entered the Postoffice Florida Second Class Matter. S<.pt. :30(), :,t.1 1 p. in., for the pur- lucre who are sorry to see them go. visiting his daughter im. the
at at Daytona as
Most of the people of Daytona IcLiM) : Sept. 215.-The following ?*
of School.It The people of Holly Hill are still of the State
Pt| se organizing :a Sunday ern part returned
have no doubt read, during the past transfers of property in and about boua :
Subscription $1.50 Per Year in Advance. few week, of the pictorial edition i is: earnestly hoped) that everyone, loiking for the promised ser'iC'by D.iytona, have been recorded in the last week. >

M! and young, will respond. Parents Rev. Dowlin. J office of the Clerk of the Circuit Miss Caroline McDaniel is 1 11
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which this will issue about .
paper to at- On Thursday evening, about I I I Court at Defend recently: her
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 1906. especially requested proving projierty.Chas. .
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)cr. 15, but for fear some may not -
Uml. Lllorts arc being in.uk1 to secure thirty friends gathered at the home Frank L. Lindsay to Geo. P. Milburn who has heen
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I have read about it, and to again call .
and take a gJtIlII.il.I". d.l-s II'adl'r'I"r of E. Peterson, to enjoy a recital of Johnson :SjliO), lot PJ!, block 3, B. iting his win in St. Augustine
DEMOCRATIC TICKET. F. W. Brent, this winter, the attention of those who have, to I re. :
fust grade[ music, given I by t the I turned home
a course of mechanical engineering. I Ihe matter, will again tell you about presence is iurded.Ct'inr. : pn- j iV-: S., Scabrcive. \\"e nt'WiAj cf lair
Miss Lena Tomlinson leaves tomorrow U. Chas. Wetherell I has: been on t the pilsofMrs. Peterson. The[ class I ( :('o. P. Johnson to May C. lluvk- week.Joseph.

NATIONAL.For (Thursday) for Tallahassee This pictorial liti n will consist s'u'k list this week. consists i.f the Misses Etta Sofberg! j tier, WK( lot W), block '!. H/ & S., Mai>h, of DeLand wag !I'

Member of Congress, 2nd District. where she will enter school at the llf size 10x11 I. Mr. and Mr *. Frank ISogle are ex- of DeLand; Miss Ilessie'ethierel, i Seabiee/.e. to \ n Mond.iv. f
eighty ,
FRANK CLARK. Florida Female {Seminary.Mrs. muted on heavy pages, enamel book pa- ptded to return sum from Plain- Master: (''auVethteretl and Miss-* !I' WillLinl ,I. )Babcock to James M.1.Bum.h. I Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Knapp <

W. B. Davenport and children lCr bound in heavy (covers and will lie-Id, N. .1., win-re they have 11t'l.1 Lilly Scabhxim, Onnond; little Hazel ;SLVi.lot.I !; :,, Murk 10, B. ( turned home Friday from Denver: ._.'

expect to leave Seabreeze for bt' embellished with the finest: half- for the summer.A I, Wt-therel also assi tt'IL The S., Seabreeze. I where they have been visiting thtir. :

T STATE. Lake Helen Monday 1 to occupy' their t"ne'Iews of Daytona and nearLy] number of Holly Hill residents program consisting of simple piano Flank L. Lindsay to Goo P. son, Paul. ,

For Justices of the Supreme Court omfortable summer hnmc! there points that it is possible for the engrax have been enjoying a Sunday night selections, scale work, duets, vocalinuVie I Johnson, ItO) ), lot 18, block 3, B. Herbert Rogers and Miss )Ja.y .

- CHARLES B.PARKIIILL, luring the winter reason. She ha* to make. "Sing"=' the residence of Mr.[ and and 1 recitations was well rendered S., Seabree/e Fair left Monday for DeLand, wker-1 '.

. : JAMES B. \VI1 ITFI ELI). friends who regret herdewirture. ers Mrs. Edward Peterson. All who and showed hard and faithful I Ii Lulu B. Hesse to L. M. Turner,I they will attend Stetson Univtnitj l
Dimerous The edition will consist of ,(OOO( I !
For State Railroad Commissioners. Dr. Davenjiort has l(tidwo have attended have greatly appreci- i work by teacher and pupil, Mrs. 1,100, lot 87, south 40) ft. of lot 80, this winter. ;
NEWTON A. BLITCII.R. [ copies, and will be easily the finest '
; remain north for the 'lit all' ated the privilege. The rail for a Peterson is to be congratulated on block 8, Andrews' Sew Smyrna. j
L : HUDSON BURR. |I.rl's publication of its kind ever attempted I of.t
.vill continue his dental 1 r.o1 ii' : on the East Coast.Ve now Sunday! School meeting is the out the success of the entertainment.Mrs John Holden et al to Jordan Mc- First M. E. Church Newt.

[ I'eekskill N. Y. come of these gatherings. This F. A. Mann and the Misses Cullum, agreement for title, e3,300.,
ii.ue fllrl)-eight pages filled with interesting Presiding Elder L. S. Railer i
week they will meet with Mrs. Chas. Ainwe and Nellie Manp of Sea- south 70 feet of east 190 feet of lot vu
COUNTY.For Mij.8 I 1I\lIitlay, one (If II.U'1 ,i.p'llalIIblil' leading matter and cuts, present at the First M. E. <3harcli .
Wetherell.Mrs. brook were visitors here Thursday: 3, block 8, Hodgeman's Daytona.
State Senator, 28th Senatorial Dis ; I S<'I.IJ\II| | Il'aI.'I.t'ui.dll. j I! : ri i' an I tl.e! office force are now at work last Sunday morning, arid preached
-, trict.FRANK ier the laid r part of I lie. \ \\1',1 t tiHt I II. A. Carter and grand- \ and Friday. J. P. Turner to Jessie B. Spawr I .. '.,'-. t..1.c..1 __ .1 f .
| another section of sixteen
on pages. a cjjr iic:j pi u i auu inspiring .
W. SAMS.I! ill readiness for duty \hI)1111a3 Many pictures of beautiful homes, laughter! Zil pah I Harris expect to s$:!OO), lots :L'3: and 2J, block 2, Bill- mon. After\ the sermon he wsa.liefoo.aa1;'"

House of leave: tomorrow for I Hendersonville' I I ville's New Smyrna. -
For Members Keprewntutivi* iioriiiiii '
i groves and point of interest are being Ormond. / sisted by the pastor in administer. I
D. F. MOHHISO.V, The I ,l."'. K.: ( ;i 1 iiiore'new N. C., where they will \isit for
JOHN B. PARKINSON. plastering on ) I 10 received, and those wanting a ing: the Sacrament of the !ma', f -
: house is f fiuishtd. The work about a month. .. .. .. !I""
representation in this magnificent Port Supper. At the evening
Orange. St'naceour V
For Clerk Criminal Court of Record .
The Mabbette children!
GEO. W. BRISTOL. was the arrival of
extra well done. wants known. awaiting an and few *l *t ItPattillo and listened to another
For County Aseeieor i-f Taxen family are spending a daysat good 8eflll D. .
B.WILSON.For S. E. Morris got home from New The business Angora goat, a present from an i Dr. Rader.
S. men are patronizing the Foulk cottage on the beach. addition by I
A Co.
uncle at Kissimince are building an
Tax Collector York last Saturday. Mrs. Morris this pictorial edition very )liberally.i I Mrs. Arthur McNeil and Mrs. to their store.J. Next Sunday morning the senjc1

... D. P. SMITH. will come later. There is room, howeyer, for a few G. W. Harris who has been quite I I Fred Eubanks arrived home from A. Tedder has moved his market -* will-be held in memory of oar .d .;,
For County Trrasunr Miss Nellie Stevens and mother ill during the week is I
improving.
As advertising medium, the north
.
more. an :
on Saturday.Wm. sister and
J. J. VINZAN r. p into Mr. Hicks' building oil parted friend Dr. Jenije-t.
For County Superintendent Public Instruction left for Ocala last Saturday" after a this edition will be far ahead of any I Mrs.V.. II. Heath and Kenneth Watson, wife and daughter, Uidgcvvood avenue. Brush.

stay of two months in one of thebeach here. The arri vssi Thursday from
thing ever attempted evening Miss: Mildred, arriml thi'N.k
I Lee Mcbaniel and Miss Morgan All are cordially invited to attend 1
:, A. O. BOTTS. cottages. books will bo placed in every hotel( (;Juelph, Canada where they ham from Tallul.ih Falls. (la., where they I were married Wednesday of lat: our services. .

For County Commissioners: A bright bit of gossip from Long and railroad otlice\ on thlEa.t: been spending' tlio sumnicr. il I t. I have I been conducting a hotel during I ..L

District No. 1-R. D. BROOKE. Meadow, Mass., i is to the effect/ that Coast on all boats bringing passengers I Healli[ will 1 return later. the summer.

District District No.No. 2 3W.-FRANK H.McBRIDE.E. BOND. Col. Thos. Cordis has recently purchased -I into the :State, and any placi, Another' little folks' paity was given James: (Carnell, wife and son. SOME BARGAINS IN mi ESTATf.l1:

a handsome touring car tine ton ristri will h be, at all Ii kelyto I Iirrell I I I in
Diatrict No.4-E. L. POTTER. (III Monday. :Sept. I 17, at the residence i. are-spending t' a ft'days 1 1$10010

Dutrict No. 5-THOS. J. MURRAY which he will bring south with him. ; Bee: them. The rates for advertising of V.:. t IVlersnii m I in honor of his 1)H,:11111.I .

For Members Board Public Instruction. I The family are exacted to arrive in the edition will be $1'.") fur IlI'plu'Edgar i: :Sjlil: hU-oUlI"Iii : un
District No. 1-J. L. CHANDLER. early in November. a full page, $ 15 fur a half page, or and Miss I I la/el Wcllij.vn.V ijstfthis : :tile''' I iTceman at-'' .ptJU\J\1 Huh Strwt. Two store location; suitable for i i.j

District No. 2-A. B. PREVATT. :;; 10 for a quarter page. Copies pl-e.'I A- .i""...'...' tl", "l cottage rooms iel l nine living rooms. Lot Winding house. Ttn sleeping room, 'j75x:2
District No. -GEO F CROUCH.SEABREEZE ....,. ..>i'dtt 'rvVhoit musical programwas ) ; 'a"rt't'zc. : JO ftt-t. with extra rooms for family or servants '
will be hold everywhere at 25c; eich"; !\" I ---. ---- on third floor. house b new and ftuvni oj

.. ........................... Halifax Da)tona Lita Beach met with, Sept.Miss 1'G! Maude-The I Those-"..wh'\tl I "; il4t,: ;!I"' sceit: r 1\the-' (prospwtubouncede eiel.I \ g \'t'lby Kdgar and l Carl't.t"-II I ('For J lluit:: -- -Two -unfurnished QtIt.JUV 2 :;AA splendid Fur a nine location room on house Uit.lgt'orangt'in >.hed.trees Lot. on 55x200 place.feet. Some- bearing.". .31.. ';

I Strother and4'; 't It Jf"r li'iiiM-s, in giHid Imation: Mit of tieiirtini wood A\enu'. Lot 50-foot front. -- ---- .
and : Monday evening that I the I edition will be all E. :Sjoliloin. of Knn\\ille, spent a -'. I tinollirr of M-Xfii rimius. --.- $3000 Arl'sid'ueemstle\- ;{
pleasant' KO---' : uai* a that we claim for it, and that it will week !heie. li"llIug! the of Mi I I Business building in Dayto- convenient to business perJ.
illicit and t I InsuranceCuinpanv $1400
I h.o.ni I ; I: ;il rsttt: <> ) :
..ai c\enmg. No I.q. liter- ,1U touch, 15\3tt feet, with tion of the city. New house of six
: : DAYTONA BEfS'II!: ,I I. p. had. be the means bringing' hundreds, and Mis. i K I Peterson.t i i I He rt'tlll'lwd l I I two roomin rear of tore room. Lot rooms with bath and toilet! od second _'t
11 tan Jy program: was ix-rhaps Thousands of :strangers: to : ::10\}: t3 fn't. floor. ; hard and soft water. Easy torn..
w ] _ _
:............# S Harold and Fred Smith and Mine -
I fO .- .........: Grace Burdick left for DeLand \ Daytonaaululut be' dt>nied. I..' \ $2 lUU N:w 5roomhuu.-eini.orth $7 00 ?IX room house on *?* $
: ..1. .to 4'I > ,,alta <' ty. Three room.LDUU Street Kmpton. wr\;;
> abreeze, Sept. 26-The Misses Tuesday afternoon where the young \ : I i ,.n r"III..1 tI..r; two lIolllI-i !'t't'\lIIJ :story.ruouuls coU ground !; room &* |
TRACKLESS i nitmDry .1 LutfitixlGK' ond ftwr- *.** flowing welL W -
: will
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A PECKIIENDRICKS 1Iei: -tiit- iigit ill"
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this i
of and Miss
Ffoukea leave the latter part men resume their studies, I I '. ft*.t. i->oiue orauge trees. 100x402: feet; some fruit .-
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-- week for their home in Maitland Grace enters as a new pupil.' \ -- -

4 They have been spending the month Miss Mattie Yelungton; was \isit-I TROLLEY TALK. .:: ; <$1000 |hl.lll"t'A wdl I of"iuilt: seven, ""' rooms'''yfini>and hetlptUUU $atinnO lorationonRidjeiioOd Aniep residence ia beautiM,

of the Potter cottages a.tl'lHllasteek. of (Goods House Ladies' 1 in location at south of town. Ten room house, only .;
4- of August in one ing in gue&t | 't't't I II I Furnishings, .' unfitted StaltHfze.Lath Uutbmlding.room nic4 flowing well two years old. First and second flow .
on Ocean Boulevard, and Mrs. Byne on Fairview avenue. I barn and other outbuildings; .
I I grape1)orchcs;
Some and
of tracklessTrolley : and 'iiUru.
1 lie Question of a System orange
.
proved a very pleasant acquisitionto Mr. and Mrs. u'hananI'l expected and Children's Shoes Trunks; Etc. I fruit I'uce fin niched. $4,250. tlou ing well and cistern. Lot 130} feet j
Lines Is Now Before ThePeople : _________._ front by over 400 Feet deep Variety of Ii-
Seabreeze social circle. here tolUOl row afternoon. fruit.

r Mra. Lofquiet and family! who They will occupy their cottage on i iI oi Daytona. largest Stock, Best Assortment, Lowest Prices ; S6500 6 :5 0 Will residence purtha.a RidgewtMidAvenue. nice young -_ For_a fine property fa- ';;0

. have been occupying one of the the beach for a week or more. I I i SII pt. S. 11. Gove, of the electric I Central location. S 6 0 0 0 good location: &vea
I Four rooms hath and toilet on and five room houses
l Clarendon cottages on Grandview A large number of Daytona I light plant, met with the I Daytoua) I ( !or. lU-adi St. and Magnolia) A \'l'., Daytona. : lust floor three I large !liedrooms t-econd adjoining. Both fitted with modemconveniences.
, returned to their home in Beach's prominent winter residentsare council Monday e\ening to get tlt'tI ntHlr.lIl'lIlI't'IIIt'III..t I I :- and house nicelyiitHiinted Will sell separately,bat
avenue .+........................ ...e......................l ::, | and fUf l-t.f'I.J. Basement buildings united could be transfonMd 1'
DeLand Monday. expected the first week in October I mission to a tiackless tiol-
operate( laundry r Wonnicott arrived the number Thos. i I The woodshed. Lot 5\'JOU. Some fruit. -- -. n .--- "
Little Gladys Among are: Icy system in this tOlla. council : : 1
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:* home last week. She made the trip Goodall and family, Miss Johnson I listened attentively to Mr. ( lo\e, C ,! u -- A n n n n Secures a bargain fa- \I
For home on the river \ 1111111 Kingston. lirgerooised 1.
from Carbondale Pa., under the and mother, H. Craig and wife, and at the close of his remarks, sug- 'I SI 500 0 0 frlllltat Holly Hill withii U L U U U house; three room, !;

care of Miss Ethel] Wethertll and Walter Clark and wife, Mr. and Mrs. W'slt'd to him that he get a definite I I f I msy reach (If Day pantry and unfurnished bath second rooms floor. .1I :
THE CONRAD GROCERY CO. I tona. House ot eight large rooms four first floor, two bed rooms
mother.Mr. Erregor, Seabreeze.J. !, proposition from his company, the I, ), I on ground floor and four above. Lot Flowing well; good out buildings; cemeut ''"
P. of I HIx IOU f't.t. set to variety of fruit. walks; iron ftnce. $2,500 furnished. ,
and Mrs. Stuart Blake Bishop is having an artesian I American Tracklem Tiolley Company : -
,
t epcnt Sunday in Seabreeze. well\ bored on his place, and I will : ..: and tsiilimit it to the (.tIIllIl'il.l. (Successor; ( to i'4.i T Conrad: A ( '0.) $3000 'rlpc'l'tou'olusia Av- ( T 0 A A Forafc.drteenrOOmUbOU', i

I Miss Helen Burgman arrived have a ram put in to furnish flowing The franchise granted: tll the t'11'l'i'I n\ir Uou. of four rooms %'OOUU j in central location house, and fitted fur ","'
IIDlll..ill'l1l.1I on first floor, three rooms Ixiarding houXew
home from Virginia Sunday night water throughout his pleasant homo. II tri( light company: (provides for I lie !, :. K Full and und hull ,.M-cond floor. Closets and nishings.: All modem improvement 11
Carry Complete If :
She spent part of the summer with Mr. and) Mra. Horace Stewart are furnishing of t pnurr to an electric ( a *(' tlm-m" all rooms. Flowing \v( 11. Loti0feet One story building. 14x20, in the rear
I .>:{\ hou.se. LotOx1OO.; .
friends in Owesse, Mich and comes receiving the congratulations ol line, !but tlio company wl.h.hl': .: --- : .::
Plain and
I Line of Fancy .1
a .
i::. home very much invigorated by the'I \ many friends over the arrival of a'I council to !pass) a resolution giving :.K We can Rent your House for You

trip. fine baby- boy- at the Seaside Inn I them the right to operate their system 11i

4 Mrs. Lowrey and boys returned to Sunday night. I on the streets. p than
;
i QROCER1ESFISHING t llt'aso!' } if r you will send u1! ft description aconee. We have more
) i their home in Sanford, Tuesday Miss Lee Bowers of Surf Crest, is !j The company pn>|>ose to cross the i .1 :
," fifty inquiries already: from all over the United States. 1.1' 1 1f.
t Miss Welker will remain until the
: in Jacksonville under treatment.Mr. bridges anti give the |Ptol.le| on the '.
I .. .. Fill out the following description and mail to us today] : .. :
latter of the week after () -
part looking and Mrs. Field and I Miss l>eniiisul.i the benefit of a nominal i :
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the interest of her sister Mr l. Ste /onise Connbtti, who have been ocupying fare from Di)'tona. The linn \\ ill .: I

vens' property. .the Carson cottage on the I undoubtedly cross the I IVninsuli and ;: TACKLE OF ALL KINDS. CO. '
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Real Estate & Insurance
Henry Russell is expected to arrive beach will return to their home in South bridges, making a loop on : ': Daytona

here early in October. It is I ndianula Saturday. Iwith bides between the two bridges, :* The Conrad Grocery Company Z ZI *

quire likely that Miss Russell will Mra. Ada :Stewart and) son, Arthur and in the near future may extend DAYTONA) FLORIDA
I'l': (Conrad .\ (Cuold stand.' *.
until November. She has
not come returned from Naslmlla last to Port ( )range and I cross the ItCVbridge .
I ( jentlemenPleaso: : list house for rent for the season from
; :
re-rented the Jones house on Ocean Saturday. ( now in course of construction: ray
I :!

Boulevard for the winter season, Miss Maude Strother leaves Friday at that Iaee.! ,i __ __ _* November to May at ...... .. . .. . . ... for the season for
u. -- --
and is negotiating for the use of for Coronada, to take her JKIS'I-:, I The trackless trolley system m-I I F
some of the near-by She . . . . which! it is understixxl that you are to ]he paid 3 per cent commission
cottages. teacher
: ion as of the public schoolthere. i'quires no tracks, hence has no rails I '

reports a splendid summer seasonat to obstruct the streets in any way. I i cm the I whole amount.
Ice
Dixie Lodge, Monteagle, her summer The young ladies of the Thimble !! Poles are set at convenient distances: : j Daytona. Company, 4 .
home. No. of StoriesNo. .. .. ....... .......... .......... ... ... ........ . ........ .
i Club entertained the members of 1 a lit I an on.dwa,1 t wire i strung. The j 4 l.

Mrs. Fletcher Wilson and grandson the Bookworm Junior Club Tuesday j 1. PURE ICEMade of r first ... .. .. .... ........
cars are run on any ordinary Toa' rex mis (In f floor................... ... ..
Alston, returned home from afternoon. The which I I In I'I'I from Distilled Water. t
be turned
plans, t meeting, I they can ...
their visit in North Carolina Sat- were to give a boat ride : ant twelve feet filler and $ Kirtory rjrncr liailioiil: I and \il|IIMU :avinne. No. of rooms ou stMimd Jlnor.\ .. ... .. . .. . .. .. .. .Ilath. .....:...
were ean
way 4 . . + . . .
urday. changed (In account (If unfavorable : .pass each other anywhere.. The' \\'atC'r.: . .. ... ..... ................ .. ... .. Lights .. .......
; Mrs. S. B. Wilson and Lmily and weather I I! ---- -- -
eunditiouts.Mrs. I system has been in operation) smcessfully .. .. ... .. .
} .. ... .. :
friend Miss Rehberu will return to Annie Grant and dduchter, J in Fralll'allli Germany'j, S Iss ssssas s s s.so.i Wliore! I/M-atcil. ... ................ ... .. .... . .. ...

DeLand the latter part of the week of Indianola, who have been oeeu-1!, for some time, anti where they have' : __ MALLORYLINES : How' I Funi"II.I..n. .. .. .
(been installed in the I Tinted I states __ I n.

They uuleaa have weather made conditions a cheerful prevent.house- ; l'yiug one home of the a few beach days.cottages since.C. returned -\I ha\e It is been hoped a suei-ess that the from council the st.ut will: (; S:. >? :I I . . ... ... ...... .. ........;. .; ... ... : ::H. :


hold in the Butler cottage, and will Belknap has re-leased) Pine- \ grant the company' tin riijht to operate \1-/ I .. . . .. ... . .. ... ... .. ... .. .. . .. .
'. be missed by the friends made during burst for the coming season, and it the system: in I HuUmu.A ) I I : SPECIAL PASSENGER.EXPRESS :

their residence here. II S I Very truly .
summer will be run under his: pt'rsonallllan- I : STEAMSHIPS. : yours

... Mra. Listrom and family and sister agement nit heretofore. Neat Otlice. : ...
.. : LI lgl. t utimil I IIII1&t tI.IJI'ollI.I\I ..qllll"I..1| I| | 1 1'\>I-t'hJ.1' ,.t>-aii,,.f|,j iM ,,n tutl ... :: ..
Mrs. Newman, left the latter Mis J. C. Butler and ihildreu, i W. I E.: Tin mi as, the le.il e ,latt'I I S I 1It.l; I -- ..
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of last week for their S \11\1\; l I'InlI111li: I
homes in
part who liars been
on visit to her baa
a handsome little
man Sy
: fiut'lup a ;
I: \1'1-:1:1111\1.: ."; I.. 1'111'1'1EI.Y:\ '; DeLand and Seville, after a three mother at Seville for some time j i i I oflice on Ueaih street I a few doors : I'mportant IOU 111"11' .liIfi.' a.. ,?, llK.thiii. i tw- si,l.f tn HUV..I ,

f weeks stay in the Ballough cottage past, returned home the early part i I i l south Volu-iia avenue. A rich : tinIIIIIII>H'I.. ill U-rtlii, ur tliH ..-al jug .> ;IIad\\| 41 I liming' 1 lIall tlaiM in- I
t S ,.lIl'lIIg ull I I pa-..fimcri I iinlix I iiln.il I *..-r\ ...- aii-l I att.-htiuu. REAL ESTATE/0/
, on Valley street. of the wet'Mr.\ Butler met themin :i wall paper and an old gold matting : I'\SSK\IKIS: :: : ; ; : I.K\\I; \IKSO.\\i :\ 1 1.1,1: i\iuv: : : Tiintsiv(: ; A / ,

'.. ; Miss Grace Grig a, who stopped Palatka. :\jbetotl the inteiior to ad"antage'Mr. SS (:-;.... :-;..lie.luli- .,liii-'| 111 I.l..ri.Im Tiint-H I rlli'.I1.1 i ) DAYTO MPANY
.f Palatka : S 1.11\\ E-\l'::\ 11'1Tu: :MollK: : ; AMl.l.. I'OlMS NoltTII
'. at enroute home from Boston Coates street i id now opened for ': Thomas is paiticiilaily I I |"rollll.f I : I Ith lulling dflijililtiil \Ii \\ I.IlillT11.:\ tliii>iit>lt tinFVMul 1\ tU

d ; :;;,.. to visit her friend Mind Brown- travel, and is a good specimen of I his desk. wh'uli is indeed I a hue ..ne, 'S .K\: : I.M..\MiS.: : INSURANCE

t, : S ing, at Palatka] arrived home Satur- the road making done by Randall i with I'lof't.'ial| featuies for real estate : Thnnif-li tukftssi.1,1 to all X..i ttiri It \,,,\\n\s For full InforiimtioiiletrurtliiiK .. ,
ultra lions oftfivi l "tli-r
by .
no InnlusminH; ; l'I''It'r\'lttilln.
and Pellecier. The I
I : day.Ray recent hard I and insurance IniMiiess The al tis- SS III kt-tM ft)' >>|1'1,1.\| toS S (1 INt'OKI'lM\ \TF.D.i' -
; dashes of rain have made
Griggs, who went to Boston conditions: S CMAS. DAVIS M4VM Ilaitrl'l't: '1'. 1 L: 1-1TZGI-.RAI.D l'It' \'jcepzeside1'UIIAJLLs
. favorable for shelling and the tic lettering (Ill the exteiiur; of I the idl'nt BF 1'T: Fish
- with his mother last spring decide work S Florida ru',viiKfi ....|!..r.l. Ja' lsil"\'lH. FI.ri.J
on Earl street and Graudview avenueis building states fully the business hoI 0S lieo. II I'laik, IXN'ul Aut, luytoud, Fh.j. S UAIilJJ: : Semlar) and 'li.asuier5HANKS ,
to remain there with his aiater, Mrs. progressing very satisfactorily. !I is prepared to handle. ..................................................
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AL EVENTS. real 0When estate or you to want bargains in Mrs. C. L. Beers has returned I j
-S1 rent a house Bee APPOINTEDCOMMISSIONER. 4TiViViiiiiifViViiVfifiViI WNNNffl rNr 4s
5l Rush at the Hub Cafe, 107 North from a visit to Virginia. s

:\ wait for you to kick beach street. tf Miss Maude Pellecier returned .

$(acing prices on our Miss Florence Moore has been entertaining from St. Augustine Wednesday ev -s

When the drop comes, i her friend, Miss Carrie ening.Mr.. a6R

i pour prices. A proof ofjffeiustalk L. Ensminger, of Sanford. and Mrs. W. W. Wilder returned C.M.Bingham Appointed County Com- JJUST

watch Miss missioner Fill Vacancy Cause'
to
you. I Ella Willaume and her Wednesday from their sum- *

',:a L. H. ROWE & Co. grandmother, Mrs. Coleman, are expected mer's outing in Ohio. by T. L. Rodgers' Death. t c ci

Jtna public schools will home today from New York. Lowme Fagan, of Gainesvillle, is Governor Hroivard last Saturday i -

sBigger and the guest of his uncle made an appointment that will meet
4. better loaves at the S.W. Carroll, -
L Daytona on North Beach with the hearty approbation of every
: Bakery. street.
i..Lee McCrory, of Deam tf ::
I
tax payer Vnlusia County, when
< Tuesday. A bouncing J. R. LaSha has rented the south
Daytona baby boy was bornto
he appointed| Colonel elms MBinjjhani L
:Clark for tchool books. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Stewart, of half..of his store room to Miss Lena ul ha)tuna, as! county In r We have just received a new and t

'.. Daytona Beach, Sunday Mendel( of Titus\ille, fur a dressmaking A.
-< afternoon -.r: iiuiiuiiisifiit'i. to till the unexpiied tr I

,,-a revisit: with friends at Prof and Mrs. J. L. Wxight ;! emporium. term of T. I. Kudeii. deceased ;5 complete 1 1r line of ., -

"'" rived Thursday evening of ar-t Prof. J. S. Selden. who will fake Col.! Bin<>ham is eminently qualified .-...

:,.. week from Ohio where they charge of the schools at Se o'iee/e for this ini|>oit.uit position. He i .aII..

"pnrer 1 It U. Rogers hasfNm been spending the summer. and Daytona Heath: arriicd with hid .8 a man \\ho injcxs the esteem and i

| a IHIMHWJ trip top family WeJlut>Jay. I U'bpn.1 of all who know him, and Boys and
Mrs. Harry T. Howard and children I' ,
will make YolitMa thor- j
l'UlIlIta
TV have been the guests of friendsin Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Miller left M iy -

',present indications, ldY"hate Daytona and Seabreeze this week. Thursday for their home at Rochester oughly ellicient ollicer. lie lias good I I_-ally ,.

the greatest season in Ill. judgment and is possessed of excellent -
i ,
I. They leave today for their home in They expect to returnto
a' Jacksonville. Daytona in about six weeks. business ability, U\u qualili Men'sCopyright .
cations that are very essential in the Young
highest and bebt tablet in Adam Schantz arrived
t.' aThe Daytona Bakery will supply Thursday conducting of the important oflk-e to \\\y\
fc at Clark's.unday evening from Dayton and 1t
Ohio
J. your wants this hot weather. tf which he has been appointed. ; -'
will t.
C. G. Burgoyne took spend several days in Daytona, In conversation with
J. A. Hend ricks a a representative }
departed last looking after his extensive interests. ,
!r party of friends to the inlet Saturday for New York, where he of theGazette-XeAs, Mr Bing Suits.Call

fncbt_ Sweetheart. will Mr. Peck Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Moseley and ham stated that one of his first du- y .
join and
...... together they
'" daughter, Miss May, returned Wednesday ties would be the Ormond 1 .
}ported that the old Heniailding will make the purchases for the to place
evening from Waynesville, and Port Orange roads in first-class -- 1 A
P k-lIEn Irickfl
has been sold to F. Company. /
N. C., where they have !been spending (:condition and after that was done and see us before
ter. .
Ixuis.i
...... \ of St. Miss Sina Odum has returned the much
'4.-\- summer. needed repairs to the DeLind) Ale. t
i Bennett returned home from Hoopestown, Ill,, where she road would be undertaken. buying S
Will H. Stevens your
of the Journal, is
l alurday after spending the has been spending the and
summer: taking much needed These roads are badly in need of, '
**i''withhU brother in Jl1ckI will again fill her position as saleslady a vacation from r'K f
and should have been
the arduous duties of conducting a repairs, given
with Moore Brothers
Company. great newspaper. He is spendinghis attention long before this. No roadsin SCUOOL SUITS

8 off stationery. at Wray's. eKollars kant krack. Try our vacation in the north.C. the eastern part of the county are 1905 by

new process of ironing and shaping. traveled as much as the Ormond and Hart Schifner 6* Marx
'. Clark arrived home Wed- II. Butterworth of
It leaves them with smooth, round Dayton, Port Orange roads and the new r r;. f y-
;for New York where he Ohio
has accepted a position withJ. ,
edges, with plenty of space for the commissioner will see to it that they
I for the past month. pur- R. LaSha. Mr. Butterworth and '
tie to slip in. are put in first-class condition at i< ar
sbis winter stock. family are occupying one of the
..' DAYTONA STEAM LAUNDRY mce.
county commissionfrs andcoanty Barker cottages on Magnolia avenue. Governor Broward also
appointed
,n C. G. Burgoyne is making -
preparations
schist board will hold The Dairy Lunch, recently openedby A H. Kyland. of Ik-Land, to fill the
to build an artistic Moor- ATUOY BROS.
i if.;regular monthly meetings at E. J. Mills, on Yolnsia'enue, is vacancy on the board caused: by theleath ", r
r.1.3n ish cottage on his newly acquired ,,r
Monday evcniutr. ono of the cosiest places! in Daytona.) of Frank K. Bond. r
.. property on the peninsula, south of
Mr. Mills should do a tine business 15s
grand' fresh homemade stick
the South Bridge. S. II. Gove has
t in his new quarters the coming sea Has Mel His Affinity. r
J. A. Shanks & Son. "
<1|;. already drawn plans for the structure y
p;, son. Some weeks' the Ga/ette-News',
ago ?-
r \. !Graham Thompson and
B. F. Hough, of the firm of Hough together with every other paper in .
er.JJi-u Marion, left Monday _
; The Ladies Sewing Circle of the .. f'tr
h & Bond this locality stated that Mr.and Mrs I '
returned to Daytona Saturday -
p1ababser! where Miss Thomp- Congregational Church will hold Its -
last, having completed the work Arthur B. Blown of Ft.l'ieice were ; ANTt1ONY'S ANTHONY'S-'
Qlers the Florida Female Col- :
first meeting of the season, Friday
on the court house at IVLand in visiting the East Coast towns. Mr. E I s HOTS ARh I SHOES ARE '
.4'. Social ,
October 5th in
afternoon, :
Brown who i is of the able edi-

JF Moore departed Tuesday i ilall. All members are requested time. tors of the St. Lucie Tribune, denied 5 SALESMEN 'z rGr

.cinuati, Baltimore and other to bo present. that he was married, and stated ,. l / / c;>'; I .

*"for the purpose of purchasing MIRIAM CLARK, President. Win. Ruger and family, after a that he had not yet met his alliiut)', ,,'" 7' ,1 ,, /" / ;.. I,,
pleasant summer in the .. ,
.f stet block for the Moore Bro .'Miss Katherine A. Crawford for- spent' nOl'th'1 or words to that effect but what a
...Compny.f mer teacher of voice at Stetson Uni- returned to Daytona change has conic oVr his: dieanih: :r... ., -is, ".,;.
the winter season. They are now =1r >
jebool bookb! School books! versity, will open a studio in this for in Tuesday's mail the announcement
their handsome home
occupying at
applies of all kinds at city about Oct. 1st. tf of the coining marriage of MitLela I > "' ,A ,w.uA} WMI.,, W 'm.m.A, w'NNmMw.mmw..wm. . . . .. .. :
Daytoua Beach. - - - - -------q----- - - - i' -
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Cato auJ Mr. Brown I
was received -
'i: Mr. and Mrs. Ira Miller and Hon R. T McFadden Clown from ..*.**.er*.*rra.***..**.* ; ftr
came the wedding In take place at Rcsuluti of Respect. I
DRS. ATWOOD & RAWLINGS
vBAultman arrived home Sun- T. Ewing Miller arrived yesterday Tybee Island Ga, Thursday to look ;
ALuhua October ith.
their usual winter sojourn. The on Tit1 following i resolutionwere and I i i :
ep illg from New York, wLereJetP for after business affairs here. lIe reports The Gazette-News: sincerely trusts Physicians Surgeons.Dr. TUE GLENN ;at
friends of the senior Mr. Mil- adopted the lUll'lt'rlY"IIlIft'n'II"t': ,
fur the past month. He many a fine season at the Georgia : that the premature publication of AtwundhoHiip, No, 2: S. hidgewoodLlr .
learn that he I of the First M. K. Churth, 11.1)) tOlla,
Iprte A very pleasant sojourn in ler will be pleased to from resort. He will return to Daytona) i the fact' that there was a Mis.BrowiL I Sept. :2l'nd! I'.MHI!, ;: ) KiiulmgNdllic"\' \,.. (! ..' drug "btoreI I : A Uoim-hLt> House'ith all ploda .:.:.1rru '
the illness .
,i pition's metropolis.. is recovering from for the winter about Nov. 1st. has had do with I t'vuv.i..u.'ott .'roc. a -:: If r,

b'#-.* which he suffered during the sum- r. Hr wn's: change nothing of heart.to Whereas;; It has: pleased our Heavenly --.-...-.....-................--..-..............-.....:..................................,.... : :\ h Bwuh St Dajtona Fla. :. :'
Wanted to Rent-Two rooms, Capt. Leon Ellenwood returned,- Father to remove from ollrmidst \

I1&piroom and sitting room, mer. from his northern trip Wednesday: -- -- a lit'loved Christian sister and I I:i i Neville H. Clark Li.|.J :o I Hoard with or without rooms. ,: _'.-: T
e lOc at 1Vray'sMine
bcentral part of town, or in Silverware polish, night, coming from New York by City Hotel Arrivals. faithful co-woiker, in the person of ".. : 9 1."0 ft oay. Spiiia by week.r ; i
r .,. I
r'pleasant location. Send replies Katherine' A. Crawford, an the Mallory steamship Colorado.- The following are the arrivals at Dr.) Jennie K.: linish, therefore, lie it ;Ii I, OPTICIAN. H MRS. ELLA H. GLENN -. ': .
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[,;care Gazette-News. expert vocal and instrumental lie says he experienced the hottest the City Hotel for the week ending I llesohcd: : ; That we do hereby express "'... ..:' : ; ,. 1

lID 5f"I_Barnes returned_ _home _Mon-. teacher_ will n. arrive. next week from i weather of the season while in New Sept. 20: E. Grimes, J. \V. Mills 11 ': our heartfelt sympathy; for thesurviving i .r) U" .. 1 rollt!..t rl-HII. r rr ,;;;; I,
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( and studio in Day- York members of the Leieatcd d *.***.*..*...******** .*..
New York open a City. J. 1'ound, Frank pettier, 1' \V
,from Winter Park, where he :.:. I :..: i :
teen working during the .sum- tona. Miss Crawford was for several McCoy 1 Brothers have received the Holt, J. Lilly W. H. Arnold W. T family in their loss of a beloved wife ...... '' ......'. 0..**.*0aa....*..t.******** ,; M

vocal instructor in the Moore W. II. Hinsey J. U. 1'ieston, :and\ mother, and the deep sorrow wt U U .. 0 '; :
,
fJHewilI remain in Daytona years framing timbers for a new boat n Eyes] Examined Free. :: : F. B. PEN OR : !.
music department of Stetson Uni- which will build. The new T. A. Carroll, II. L. Uobidere: C.! 11. feel as friends and fellow members. .. .. :
feftg j the winter season. they .::. .Nf {
.. Whitner W. 11. Doster) Julian Guld- of the chinch. Let us: praise (!odin 1 .. 2
-it' versity. boat will be 85 feet long and 1:1: feet ::: At Clark Jewelry Store. ::
.. CONTRACTOR AND BUII -
Pierson is out of town now, II C. Stuck L. C.' Riaton T our boreau-ment and sorrow thatit .'' : DER. : I
burg ,
'trill' occupy his new dentalwajn eTry ham our dried sliced beef ham, bacon from and our Uncle wide, considerably Sam, which} wider has done than such the S. Howcll, G. H. Call, t rt'll, Jacksonville is not ours to mourn as those: I :!.::.........................................*.............*.............*.............*........**...:N N: : All work Join in a strictly flrllt:1: t to i '

cooked .
the Conrad building, after )I having hon', but that clans and I workmanlike manner .::r.i f;
no we
It looks best, ; M. A. Lidd Atlanta; O. n.} | may '' R-'
service.
& I new slicing machine. good 0 Malarial uw d the lifttt the market f t.. I ,
15th. i with confidence look forward to the :_ :
Howard Titusxille F. II. IVnor,
I ; 0 ,1{
andlet
in '
Sf- I tastes best, is best. Come E.: L. Howard of Daytona Beach, C. C. BOHANNON, r affords) f I
ilr'and: Mrs. W. Maxwell Han- J. L. OIH-M. New Smyrna; C Christiancy, Port .day when we shall again lice and I a ..:..<.- -
us tell you why. has the thanks of the Luette- o Plans and I Estimates FurnishedVnt '
again : r irI
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know loicd and :
were among the homecomers Orange; J. T. Southeiland, New our departed' orues.I I Physician Surgeon.Otliie o I
The artistic, unique bungalow belonging News for a generous supply of vegetables I'csulveii'that these solutions : jf f Rt-rt'rt'III'\4. J
"fw ay. During the past sixMthey York; J. L. Sutton, Rochester, X. Y. : n i aver the Atwood Pharmacy: Item, 'h : $

have been visiting in to Dr. II. H. Seelye, in the and guavas from his gardenMr. O.! M. Bremen, Richmond. Va; J. L. be presented to Brother Brush and I hlni't, IU\TONA, Fl.OUII\. : I''ohtolli' \HJ2'!Daytona., Fla. : s

York cities. course of construction on Halifax I Howard ought to make a successful Williams, ('. F. PuBose Baltimore.Mil. his daughter, a copy placed on fdo o. ra ', -
' and other eastern Daytona Beach, is nearmg truck farmer. He raises as with th'irih iccordi and published Telt'ihoiif, .' .No. "l.Ii .................r0.rr...r :- .
avenue, .; J. B. Morrow, Chicago; J. W. our -
ty'tt f Evelyn Clark and her handsome coquina in his garden as can ,
has fine vegetables
It a
in of local
completion. Ross, North CarolinaV.; J. I II}. Alexander one our paper ,
4 ri1frs. Gen. II. Clark, left fire place reaching to the ceiling be found anywhere.I. Cincinnati; 0. E. Evans; I I F. M. I.un\) Pastor ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ THE FINESTBATHS --. ,;- I f zs

I+&jr i afternoon for West Palm ten feet broad, and is otherwise W. Lille, of Flint Midi rep- I'liatLinooga: .1. M I. IirkSoil) I'.oston; --- | Geo. J. VandeVord +

Miss Clark will spend the and inviting. Ladies: baths at the elci trie light I + _
homelike resenting the Horton-Cato Manufacturing 0. W. Crist' Webster! Mass.; F. : + +

ter there, and her mother will olf enjoy a pipe call at the Company, of Detroit, is Ford, J. E. Lavere, oYOI'k; '1'. plant.E. 1' ++ Builder and Contractor. ++ I. ON EARTH :-.: --
for visit- you I
Mtt of weeks
biends.'rte a couple Atwood Pharmacy and see their line stopping: at Schmidt's Villa, on his A. Enslow; Florida; W. C.Gray, Orlando 1, +4. I Ilhtiuiat: fiirniflifd.I ) No at'- Kill MKN AND WOMEN 25c, k

g of pipes and smoker's goods. You annual tour of Florida. Mr.I Litle ; J. L.'Fynoui, A. J. Ix-gg, Sa- L. STEWART, M. D. 14 I |1'1"I.llti.-N I.hiIj.loy.vl.| Wlii-ii juijU.Hlt.'V + I .

'i3atden seeds are ripe at the At- to find what you want. usuaiiy makes Daytona his headquarters vannah: J.. A. Marsh, North Carolina 1 + ".....1 IKIIIMlillllt at UKaiiii.tMfiiist + LILY WATER :, ; .
sure ,
: :
are Physician and Surgeon it'ill OIl InK
(pity } Use I/
Table
1 be neat W Ur for /
Jharmany They have all for about two mouths, and ; B. W. Morcman Philadelphia; + >-t ray |I.ri.f. l'll k\\olk. plllfJ +

ad and all sure to grow. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dohm have has many warm friends here. W. B. Payne, Grand Rapids; It. B. Special attention to Hi.ities of llin I tiring. .,-m.tit v\ark a hi J.'<'ialt>. J ELECTRIC LIGHT j .,

taken possession of their new Day- EYE, EA11: THROAT and NOSK.: llhiretullltsidenrecur.) Volusia l- '
Gallagher, Rochester! N. Y.; Win ; + ( > E PLANT / ,
Deputy Sheriff E. L. Smith cap- tona home, the McCullom propertyon Mrs. F M. Da\'itl-on) Mrs.( W. S. Fors the and wife iVnn-jlvania; Ottlc.-anil rpfeidHice.: .. No. I"! Mu.iiii.llucurin aveurd Second! St, 1

*d"* colored man named English6undaY Palmetto avenue, just south of Rodgers and Mrs Brower entertained lv.1V,1'emhlr) New York t "r I'bluu.uo uv-u ii.Telc6nua.,' P. i! +++++++++++++++ .++.++++++ .n.

4. who was wanted in and Mrs.Dohm their beach I
Chunh. Mr. of friends at I --
a :,
the Baptist party The whole numbei "f traveling :
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*k&oville> for connected citizens << 1\ I' f. A AI 1\ AAAl<< I 1Fr t
being are old and respected cottage" Thursday afternoon and I men registeiing at the City Hotel i 'un irtnrvItruhtHuu1rrrffuifrnnirrrrrrrnsrin,>'IIIIIIIIII''I Y' -:! >f fI

t.>cutting affray. The prisoner of Brooklyn, New Yolk, and are e\ening. The afternoon was very for tIle year ending Sept ::'I tli, was; .

*taken to DeLaud by Deputy welcomed to Daytona. pleasantly passed, after which a l lNi8. ,j
heartily i
+ ftom was the Daytona Bakerycan sumptuous supper was served ----- I LUMBER. t t

4o,Jacksonville by the sheriff tRemember all wants in the Dancing rounded out an afternoon What is Lily Water? Call at ;T%

cal County. supply your ande\eningof perfttt enjoyment. the electric light plant. '*
tf -
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-4W school tablets this year far bakery line. -- % I PIN 1 Framing i lg, Flooring! Siding, ;; !
Y ELLOW E

i anything we GEO.have II.ever CURK.C. shownIf j ,, i ** *. >=: -, ceiling and Finishing. :: ??

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took Brick Lime Cement 7r
party
Thompson a w y-
"Benda the river to the point ANJ( !
up \ooJ :
".the dredges are working on | Gypsum Wall I Plaster ftbered


*IB v'$ttal*.; The last party Sunday spent in the a very bteamer enMe'day :::- rVDDPQ S i' Finishing, Bevel, Siding,

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and were surprised at Do you want a Cottage this Season? XI .: Mouldingsle
II! ; t
ess being made on the
write \\'. E. Thomas, the "Kent !
f\\| Sometime during the winter If so call or : I ; I .

1Ifu 1$will be completed, thus:: esiog 4

b ifiTom- a complete inland water- 1 yr NORflAN 5. DAYTON f:: e .**;*5i

St. Augustine to Miami. 3 r

",Wanted-Two white women THE EARTH." *, 711 .- .

I-r U4 general housework, in fain ';I SELL :r| MAflNom: A\eanJfE-C.Ry.: DAYTONA 1 FLA..ijkiww r. y
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_three Sixteen dollars a month & I'ttU\r 40. tI

xA. permanent place and good iiftiiftauiuK UOUHUUUnd,. I \wmHM.W1JNHmNmy.W.Y' mi'I wnr>, J1H1NNMA' t
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: HOUGHTON .......................... rJ DAYTONA AND ITSATTRACTIONS. design and finish are being erected -
MANY AFTER and beautiful homes, the abode
i Low Tide on the Beach. of wealth and culture are multiplying.

DENTIST. Seabreeze (City Beautiful) and
DATE A. W. P. M DATE' A.p 11. THE POSITION.Primary
'- Hoodall are settlements on the Oceanside
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Office: Suite, Opera House Block. of the peninsula across the Halifax
I IepL I lt: 00 12 If N'pt.li 12: Ii I JZ S3 River from
.. 'tafi 100 to h 111.'I 120 It It It DAYTONA la situated upon the Daytona.
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Phone 32. .4 II 1 35 I t .. 1\1 1 4li 2 'n west bank of the Hallfri River at its At the foot of Ocean Boulevard.
U 4 S 12 :2:5: ". :to 221 t L) to Nominate CommissionerWill fairest and mm betweenIta Seabreeze! a pier reaches COO feet
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expanse way
.Dr. Houghton away vacation, LH 5 S :I Ii il 3 U 3-1t
the beach into the
.. across swelling
office will be closed I until his return, last .. G. :. L.\!\ S.& Ss'IIi :: i:j .. 511.a:; .S st 2ii be Held! in DeLand Lake Helen source Mosquito at Bulow Inlet. Bay It is and in its latitude outlet.t surf of: the ocean. Thw pier Is a rzAlvL.

I' II 4 4 .jI\ 5 15 1 5 :a:1 II ili favorite resort of those who
o! ptember. .. .. and Stetson Precincts Monday. :i9, 8e\'t nty-four miles from SL Au- delight:
U 10 9 II S6 JO! GuO 6. .. 25 2.; 74 6:19: ; .II ::t!!! juatlne and one mile from the At- I Ir the sport of fching. The surf /I AiIi \ \

. luu. Stewart Zgford Bly :11 II !9 7 4:1: T. K Gi 944 The County Democratic Executive antic Ocean and Is acknowledged to here abounds in trout. pompano. yel -
.- I I' I:! 7 N 43 Ii !i\ II fl 0:; 10 40S''E"AR'I' be without a rival for beauty among lowtall, ca valle, whIting, drum. A'1fII
1:1: K 57 1U !II 11 lIIi 11 41 : Committee held a meeting at Orange sbeepsbead and other varietiesof
many
& BLY, .. Ii II : i JO 40 $ 12: III the villages of the South. Its site Is:
.
.... 15 1i541( : 11 !U .II City last week and called a special upon what is known as high ham- edible fish. During the fall season
101 11 HI mock land that was crowned by tbe famous sea bass affords royal'
LAWYERS '
primary to be held in the precincts 'lature with a most royal growth of sport and it has been no uncommon I :

Office h. Bank Building DtLAND, FLA : flIgbtIde6boursbeforeorafter1owt1dt> : of DeLand, Lake Helen najestlc forest trees and won;, .ccurrence to land a thousand |* iind>> .

Branch office over Fo6toftice. DAYTON .......................... aii>J Stetson next Monday to nominate lliwe it* beautiful trees is cottiijii'S the town, and of to well.day: -graded!, with of this garney of fish tlw>m in an 3tlt'cooon'I'individuals v- ir ---

-------- a county commissioner for the walks and stm'ts. The result is fifteen to thlrtr.jhct pound In C e-
that all alonj the wi.lt> airiiue that Not only does the ocean Wl'iJht.1
,. : Necessary as the Keystone I Second District to fill the vacancy intt-rstx-t the town are lordly live and splendid port but the Halifax

I i,,. I caused by the death of Frank E. water oaks and hickories many of only half a mile back of the ocean is
: f to the arch is good plumbing to sanitation them draped with graceful fetoou j of equally famous for Its fine fishing,
Bond. Mr. Bond was nominated in overarch and the varieties that abound in the
the that
; and perfect health in the home gray Spanish moss
'- the recent primary and his death the street and walks and among these I ocean ar present In the river. J
4/ iV Run no risks by getting inferior appar- are interspersed tall tropical palmettos Hunting and fishing good. Ex.perieuced -
made necessary the calling of a spe- guides and dogs may be had
and indifferent glossy-leaved magnolias fragrant bays
: jj ; atus bungling, or care- ..
!: sf r".n.hl. .il. -
: cial primary in the district he repre- and coral-berried holly and many
less work because it's a bit cheaper.
: other varieties while in many places Four
.- eiti t We charge fairly for materials and sented. ne wild grape, the trumpet vine and (First pub. Sept. 1; last pub. Oct. 20)) Sailings Each Week

Thus far the Gazette-News learnsof he arapelopsis: climb and cling among Notice to Debtors and Creditors.In BETWEENJACKSONVILLE: : :
: t work because we're not satisfied to put
four candidates for the position. the branches forming shady bowers County Judge's: CourtIn and NEW YORK. .
> ; II-, \._ -. in anything but the best. Hater our and adding grace and beauty. and for Volunia County
Thj.se announced are T. L Dean The: town lies parallel with the State of Florida Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways.
: : bill than a larger one from 110, tier mil! Halifax River and extends for nearly THE FINEST
: STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE '
and SERVICE.
W. C. Cannon, A. II. Ryland In the Matter of the
two mlle along the shore. This : -
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;;f \ druggist.J. Claude\ Gailbreath. Mr. Dean river Is the delight of the angler and 'hrintiuncy Estate: of Mice, deceased 1' The Clyde New England and Southern Lines

the yachtsman and forms one of the
D. CarmichaeL I w is a candidate against .Mr. Bond town'd greatest attractlo-s. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned IMrect i Service Between

i h the May primary but was debited. The main avenues' butt run paT-. !; has duly qualified ns administrator JACKSONVILLE AND BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE. .
: ; of the Mate of Alice 1'. Jhristiaucy: I ALL EASTERN POINTS. .. -
I'hone No. 64, I AYIONA.n. aiM with or Intersect the river are I Calling at Charleston: Both Ways.

? - -- ----- --- all 100 feet wide exoepi Hearh street deceased late of saiil) county, and all SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINOS. .

N > assessment has been made for which I 1t1 about I1htv-f \'p feet hut has! creditors, legatees nnd distributeen and S outbbound. . . . . ... . . .Froth Lels Wbarr. --

y\ t'ie half-mile of open, beautiful water all other persons whomsoever, having. Northbound . . . . . . from foot Catherine street ema
sjxfial JackuaviiiiCLYDE
primary.VOLUSIA ibutting upon its eastern side. where claims or demands! against: the said estate

the lutlt81'11 d.b and flow and along willl'n'lof'nt time same to the undersigned
San Matoo mid arrows which conies the cool i UK. within two yearn from date, or ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE.- .

Cigars 4 HAS BIG Invigorating and IlI'altll.glvllll breeze )forever barred.! Between Jacksonville and Sanford

from off the wide Atlantic whimll'r ) /'" II. H. ".\YAKI'.OKOrciI)
STOI'l'IMS l AT 1'l.TK.ASTOR, ST. "'IUXl'I ,
BKUHSKOHD
(DtLml -
climate Administrator of the Estate of Alice
and render the Halifax
inU-rinwliate Landing on ST. JOHNS
UIVEKJ
1' Christ
CORPORATION.Application me of the most perfect In the world ianry.
Daytona has many miles! of well-grad Dated at Daytona, Florida this! first Steamer "CITY OF_ JACKSONVILLE"

Have Made lit lit lit wl. marled and shelled road and day of Septemlier, .\. [I., 1WK5.; are appointed' to hail as follows: Leave .JaL.t-onvilll'l'lIndIJII, Tuehdajo a1i(} ':;v ;

streets rendering it the .v,. --- Thursdays, 5.J50( p. m. Reluming. i l leave: lluortJ.11..ndaJ'f'dllf'todaJ's and t _
For Charter Will be Made Wheelman's Paradise c; t rmajTH a.iu a. mu.r 1i.south.BoUDd

A RARE BARGAIN. -
by American Lumber and Naval and added to these, but a mile away i I, .c.:. Cii E U l L E' Nort;: : ?1
are thirty miles of smooth hard beadi, Ileed ()o"n I I c.dtp ;:

A Reputation of Stores Company. that afford.1 an unrivalled course for We have for sale twenty-three I Leave :t :to. p III I............................J atkliun ville.__........................(-Arrive 2OQjj i:
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: 1 long-distance cycling and driving or j beach lots south of the South : k 4.. 11 n I I................................1.a J II.tk a................................ Leave 8CiOpn .!it
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:t One of the lar eht corporations in automobile racing. No town of equal : :i 1)1'' a .......................... \"tor.................................. ". 330 .. 11

the State of Florida, will have its size. North or South numbers so Bridge. These lots! are 50x2.7); ) .. .to a 111\\...........................L't. rancis L' ............................. 200 P.p 10 .."

many wheelmen, and cycling in a favorite : $ ISN( ) buys the tract if Liken at1: : ...................... Bel'l'orll (lk Land)....................... lOOp m ...
.;. Their Own. home office in Ie Land, says the pastime wltb the tourist summer Arrive.. Ii ::10 a lul...............................SanfurtJ....................._.......... .. 9 30 a 111

Supplement. This is the American and winter. i' 011('('. Speak early if you want 10.00(); ) urn ...........................Enterprwe............................ "' 10:00": 10 .

Lumber and Naval Stores Company, The Beautiful Cottages 1: this bargain. Daytona Heal: Estate GENEBAL_ PASSENGER AND__ TICKET OFFICE 122 VEST BAY ST. JACKSONVILl( ;,.
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that have been erected duriug the past :
1 and I Insurance
j- and the notice of intention to apply and are being built are rendering Company. F.M.IKOXMXCEllJH.) i -
is of rears
The success o the Fan Mate Cigar one ; C ---0 Ai.st.liemi.l'ass.Agt.122: \\VfctBajSt Jacksonville&
for letters patent is now running in Daytona as! famous for its tine %v. Il. rOOl'EH() JK., Krt. Apt. C. P. LOVELL. upt. .
the greatest industrial triumphs of the East Coast w times as for its beautiful river, trees FITZGERALD"ATTORNEY FiMit llo/{an $t., Jacksonville, Fla. ; -
the Supplement. The corporationis jud avenues and they are adding I T. E. A.r.HAOEKTY; Gen'l Kai-t'u I'ass. Airt., New York.

since the freeze capitalized at one million and a >curly to its attractions. AT LAW UYI: MILNE, Ceneral: FreigIitAgentNewyo..
Not the least of these attraction to.Lm'
dollars and we understandthat DAY10NA ''FLORIDA THEO. 0. EQER V. P. and (i. M.
quarter) "' fcecuring home in the South. ,
Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the penin (Utueral: Otht'ts. Pier 35* North River. Branch, 2W Broadway, New York.
moht of the capital stock has 4ud ranking xecoud only to healthfulness Associated with

Bula of Florida and the Inland of Cuba can produce and wrap- and perfection of climate i b LANDIS & FISHDel.anti.
been bubacribed for. Among the the fact that its population I Is chiedycomposed
with the I leaf East Coast ..i Florida
ped rich silky grown on plantations I other things the corporation of cultivated and intelligent

the cigar industry of the world Las never produced better goods.A many people accustomed to the refinementsof Special fiU-ilitieM for eiauiinii: hind titles Florida East Coast Railway.
has! the right to do under its pro- home and social life. Added to Office in Shanks hlLoc I'Uoiif 124.:

I For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs ami by the Union posed charter is to own and control these features are churches, good -
public and private schools stores. 81111 H Wright S. B. Wriatit, Jr
!
: News Company on every train entering Florida. ... by purchase lease or otherwise; ando 'Iot..llI. laundry meat markets uovelt.\ WRIGHT Local Time Card No. 66SOUTIiBOUNDREAD In Effect April 16, 1906.

: construct maintain and operate, work, an opera house electric light & WRIGHT
for Mreet and hou.se Illumination. JWRTH-BOUND-READ UP. -
:1 i iitood DOWN
4 : twenty sizes styles and grades to select from. :. for profit saw mills planing mills, telephone system ice factory AttorneysatLaw.Office .

veuH-r and 1 box mills btave and box I.lIyIh'r \\' and hot and coldiiatlm. in Telegraph office, DKL) : AMI. No. 99 No. 29 Na.78 NL II :
STATIONSLv
: FOR SALr: BY ALL ur.ALr.RS.Manufactured factories, shingle mills, fibre and procured. etc.that and is everything necessary else to can make be -Dill) Dall, --Dailj72T.pm- ; -- Daily f...

.... mills 'Ire comfortable. An important feat S. H. GOVE II Of'l'm;; 9 ::loam .. ........................J III'\\;SOD i lIIe .._ ........._.Ar : a 't&m r
wood and I other
: by }pulp factories 6 bnpm 9 :Imlll ....._._ 4tllt4Jllck..nvllot..Lv 17pm 847am74o
're In the healthfiilnwm of thU town 7 Ji pin lO-410am .. ....._._..._.5I. \UKu llue___..._ .. 6 l.'pmS m84y .}
and factories lumber} yards, tu rpen. .. the AlMHITMT, IHM.IIMI: A%II ('ONTKACTOU' 7 5:1pm: II Ibam .. ...__._.....IIuitlni< .._............__... 34pm r. S. W. ROWLEY JtS 0fl 8 Wtpm 11 :tau, ..n...... .. ..........Eaatl'ttlutka.................._ .1"L m .. 4
: tine plants and stills for the manufacture Water Supply Residence aid office, northeast corner olRidgewood 3:1"w.fl": ; ii'r.. ............_........_..7"l'kr ...7Zr ..._...:.......L,4A.I'w Stk1fl4ipni t
of rosin and of turpentine nhich \lit derived from numerous 7 : 11 111t LV.....................'.._.. 1'ulatk. ...? ....Ar _545iu_ | -:
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spirits 1 and VtibwiiiavenueH.Plo : :::::: :
ill tllll IJLlil illilliljil lilji.jiilLji.lillJA-lill tl lillill JJ liliillil I I low Ing! wellti of which there are probilily i-2jii--; I...-........u'--l Arm.- ........- .._San Mateo._...._.._........LvLv .._ ...m.. ;;
: by distillation and otherwise :>oo III the corporate| limits. Tim ) ie !M9.! Daytona, Florida) -_................1 a i',ain ......................-s-an Maieo __......._.==Ar __925pm_ ..-".- .
9 0(4w; 12 :.i.iiu Lv.BunnelLl.L' 4 30|>ui 6 S8am j
-- tar kilns gas plants, electric low i is secured by boring wells to the 9 14pm 12 -1"1'18 i .. .........___1.JujJOnt ...,......... 4 :Zipm 6 BOaII1
depth of from 80 to 120 feet, passing 10. D. 9 4-.m| 1 llpm ......_____ Ormond ._ .. .. 3 b.piD345pm 6 W&m "
AND C. ROGERS "' ..
: that plants for the manufacture and productions through several strata of rock, and 10 tept 1 211'111 .. ...__ 1.JaytoDa _._..........-.. : \ .4 4H&m j
For 5 O'Clockt 10 lSpm: I JI'I.m .. .__.__ Port Or&Dge..._....._....... to 5 35pm S'iLIB .
1- : of electricity for lighting this depth assures purity from all CIVIL fiNGINEERS 10 X>\"m 2 <.' .mn Ar......_......_...... 8myru&....................... .. :8 l&pmt 4imn__ f
surface contamination. The water NillirhHv 111'.011I1.m' _.____ La.ke Helen__.....==.:Lv Wpm 6 ISpIII
and other mechanical purposes ice Impregnated with niatneiilii 11huIU! I :<5pni \rl......__....... r&ngo city.............. ....... 12 hUi.m 6 Ul lll
and cold and the and I Iron and hold sulphur! In the Offices j DAYTOXA and 11 -iUttm _5 Oiiim" ..._.__ Orange City Junction ...............1.. I n 45pm 6 &.,mOl i
storage plants shape of L'as. which soon pi ..
away. 11 lU.in| 2 topra ....._..._..__Oalc Illll_...._. _._...LT 2 4Upm 33 'm .
Tea manufacturing: buying, selling procuring The Population of Daytoma 11 51pm"ll it itItIi; .\-......_.___.....Tltusvllle....._........... .... "_ 2 Apia 3 (MB -
t PartyOr and dealing in, as principal proper Is about! l.SuO. Added to Daytona Office Established 187). 10am I r. ;:;1'1'01 ArJ....._...--Pitnfor'l...._.,,,Jltl..... 11 b"n II SOpEt
----- G 301'18 I II V.aiiiI LvJ..............__ SlLnfurd.\r 650pm20npiu 11..loam
or agent, of any or all the products title IM a suburban popiilution' on main l15Ii i a Ir.-IUI-; Lv.------- TLtitI1ie .................._ArLv ; ; i300U&
ktmre and peninsula of about l.Ooo at -. to; AND :SKK; :i:: 12: 31am\ I :J ;,11'10; .. ............__._..Cocoa...___.._..___...... 1 24|>U> 222 t11
thereof; to own and control by purchase KIII ..lon. Klake. Old Seabreeze or 12 3111:11 .1 :.:!.II\ .. ............__ltocklethce ............................ 12111.18 ,2111I11I
1 tioodall: Sea breeze and Silver; Heach OIU1.1 I"I I i'jiin; It ....._..._....Eau Gallie.! .................._. 12 47pm$ utmlS7
for General Daily Use lease or otherwise and to construct 1 l'Um: C ::'' .ii .. ............._ _.Mdbltllrne............._......_" 12 37pm .nIl'Kain
which ore ;proj erly a part of the town Chas. Kost 1 ".Vlil' :5 1"111 i .. .........._.._....Sebastian.._..................._ UXteuilo : ?..
maintain and opt rate for and |iopiilitlou.Daytoaa: 2 4Sam! Ii (jI'I'1O .._._._..St.; 1-iK-le ....._.................. .Vmin 12 OUii'tII 1J.
3 (/.s.m r. 11'1:1 .. _...._......._...Fort Tk-rce....__................ .. 10 5uamlu 55f>tt
profit brick sandstone or other Beach 3 uinim 631'1\1 .. _. ...._..__....llbballs.........................._" 17ia IIl1pm! t i
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lifts nilic e.-ist of the town. I It ifapprtiitcheil Sanitary and Reliable 3 35am G lijnift .__.___..__...._.Eden ..._........................ 10 l.tnin It l5m ;:
f building blocks or stone, tile and one 3 'urn c: 1'jtC1: .of ........_._......._Jensen. .._......._.......... 10 llltim II M'lom .f
by three good bridges; 3 Slum "l |'!ll ....._...._..__ cement manufactories and yards, over the- river nltd Well ,graded ave Painter Paperhangerand 4 y tt.tw ; :1:1'111:: ..lIol.e) j Suun.I ........................ 9 Sinn IQ 2PRI 1
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and I is the I j 4 Iuis.-r 7 i'pm ..................__ .. ................__ .. 9 INam ,
lime kilns, mines for tin I procuring lines prhiipnl p i ,111II1IIt'r resort 5 ir.aiu 8 i.inS ............_.._Wet t I'tiltu! livarh ...........,......_ .. II 4FoIIII1 tsupm ,
south of St. Augustine. It hns 6 4 lam H.inM | : ........................... .11.111410. ......__......... ........ lIUItm: 801pm86Upm 'j
t of }paint ro'kt kaolin clays, more tourists during the summer than 6 oiai'l rn i-m of ....................._. .... I.clruy ............................. ". 8 lam
T ; all Decorator. 4SIIH1 9 li.lit| to .............._.}.urt IaiteriIit1e................._.. 7 :216.Ia; 769pm760pm
: sands marl and other earths amid other pl.ices south of that city combined 6 ".7um 9 npm .. ............. ...._....._ I'unla....._.................._ .. 7 I9ii.9! 16 1-
I and is also I! becoming a favorite 7 mum 9 rt-i; :n .. ......................nIallauilav! ........................ .. 7 (fian.' 73fpta714pm
_z mme'.als and the manufacturing I winter resort.,, The bench: I.. wide, 7 :t-"IU 10 3jno .. .. .... .............._Lemon nty. ........__............- .. 6 4.: I; T ;"a11U 10" liupm: i .Ar......................._._Mlanil] ................... ...._._I.v 6 Slew 0PI' .
buying, selling, EoeI1ring and dealing firm and tiiuooth, by many considered P. O. Box 81, DAYTONA H.A. ukm) .. ........... LvAr.........................__>JmmL_....................... J.Vr................... soopra123upm :
the iinct in the world and the surf 10 j"mm .................. ......................... .. ''' ........................: .I.............. .. J
% in as principal or agent of anyor bathing U safe and excellent summer -- -- .1. }

all of the products thereof; to and winter. 1'eople who have tried Fred E. Ranhin Ii.t! I'urlorCarbon tiatiu":)Ita,1 iltJfd: leuiiiDg Cars on trains !99 and 98. 4
I Northern and Western summer retorts : l'I11Iy1.I''I.t:'uuoluy. "
buy, sell, (cultivate use, improve Declare that there -- ------ -- 1
are none MO perfect K..24 '
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/No 23 I '
Expert Accountant Books I'N t6-' I
Opened flo.19
vP manage; and deal in lands and otherLrIrtieS comfort as Daytona beach. Sat. .' ,No.17 10.1E al''' ao.la o.20.NO.22 Sit
and MAYPORT BRA CH. J I latf
: Closed Adjusted.. Ex.Sun.. I
as shall be deemed proper Automobile Race Meet. Sun I Daily.I Daily I Dally Sboo;. ,t Dilly I' Daiit Dilly Suit Onl, i
_Only The
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KlorWa East Count: Automobile .
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in connection with the business of Box 'l!, .la< ksonvillc, F'i.ri.la.lhf.u I '
Association conduct an annual race 9->,|m'' ';rip } Uii| 2'JOp)) l0.iLv..Isek-nvllie' .. .........Ar 70"a.) 1j -(-. I 11,01)1' 600p 920pII
''' ';:! : :l 11J1Jo'llt .... ...5.'tiUi.ck-oxivllte. t.v 1i1i 5t1: IV.ili: : r.rpI9IZp
the The meet the bench which ha 1' I' .1'1' Oi' & *
I corporation temporary on now a .. zit.s: S. I'. I HiiMmrd.I l Jr. t'itin.t 107"p: \ ."> ". s. 2 IDp. ,I.):r.'a' ...-.-... ... I'.-.I.,i) hcai'll ......... liL'M lOna I l-'A'p: b'VP, l140p j
..Oieers of the are C.! II. uuiverfciil reputation at the greatestautomobile Za- I'.tii k of .1:t.-k. .t.II\'iII,., I People's I B.ink 10' .!> 7 .!'p "i.V'.p 2t:/plOiii i ......... .Allii'itlC K'ttuh ....... lil'jB I 7-Vial'-'rip I: I a 1111| -3P .
L 4) h -4 company : race course III the world and T.-ut. Co., awl| ntlnr4.PURE IViJ'l<_2.'I'I':! \ 3IJJI.IIIA111\ Ar .......... .. .Vaiurt| ....... l.vfii_ >* l I''''' IJUiu :.OO..18)1P. : .'.r,
: Tedder President; S. V. Hough, The Dutona Ormuiid I'.each is hard PESISSlUIA D- 1
---- -- CONNEQIONS AT MIAMI.
LS muciduu. and an !ideal stretch ( OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP
Vice President Chailes II. Brown
; of thirty or more milea without a .................4e.9....
I Secretary and I Treasurer; C. H. Ted !break makeg: it I the natural racing Close; Coonixtioa; Made at Miami ith Steamships of the P. &: I). S. S. Compiay (fit J

tier S V. I Hough, Chailes I Brown :ground low for tide America.At the beach. in bared for I i\ Havana and Key West i

t \V (\ Jackson, J. I H. Talum, Carrie :3 fed and neither. carriage wheel) ,I

H. .loliy and Edwin Ilrobbton, Di- Lilcycle or pedestrian I'allllIik... a I Two Sailings Each Week. -I
Cut Made From Photograph. II li.-irdly tisihle imprint Oil the smooth .
ret tors. nd well-packed !sand., I It I Is no uncommon I ; Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers. t
1 i Fruit Juices! _ __ __ ____ t
sight
to kail }
Nothing could be see rigged ky ;
mure appropriate than the :'M piece China Set ,
we and de" rfr.im i
ties speeding with the velocity of Ihi. .uliu.c'laMvi-lii.t I Ih. ?trne-at ubleh trains mat Ix' 1'11""I'.t| t-arrlveat "
t Eat Oysters After Tomorrow. wind before tll"l II.. *..ml 't.Ltl.tIti'it. Uir: ariival or 'li-j.an, 'inat ti1--' tlim itated I Is nut guaranteed .
offer as a premium to Old and New Subscribers. This aiti&tically decorated a stiff breeze along u,,i I b tiii'iO.iiipany: Lvt l rt'.u.I'I' turany&ie1ur.iilIor CUn''IUeOC".b\og tberelrum.
i smooth beach thus affording the most! I -- -- -- -
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t set cannot be After tomorrow you are at liberty exhilarating sltrt| known to man. He- i Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information ,
bought at retail fur les-b than $3 [,0. .1 Served atClapp's :-
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to eat oysters. A State law providesthat Ides these, miles of hard tdielled.palm' "
ti rluired boulevards brinir the lovers of I "SEE THE TICKET AGENT. 1 1I
: no bhall be bttvveen .
gathered
\VLen jou Un-niue u urvv MiliM-iil to 'rilErXf.II1': oysters the. wheel and vehl.-les into direct J. D. FU.
: Ilt'r jtar-ju ,nuJ4 RAHNER Asst. den'l. Pass Ajt., ST. AUGUSTINE,
'iot April !;' and October 1 of touch vith the mainland: over the I Pharmacy I ;
for
gtt. f4 00, THE Sl'X IHulll.] H HUH N-I ,.f{ ,li; |lwl. broad i
bridges
width the
pau eplendid I .
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each The
t Or if RENEW year. oystermen say that I -
Halifax
jou )nurMil.Hii.ti.iif..r| tine na.l "t'tI,1 River.
jmr 00
we trvat IIussi: old ,
oysters: in Rose Hay are in excellent The Leach from the, sandy: bluffs to I H Maud. : I' .
f' you just the awe? ami 1 nU-nd: jour time from the date Ilf !
your t'1Iirutillli. condition and that the :supply will the lowest :.Miint at t elilitid.-. measure .........................: :;
This claim is the punlmt uf( the r'umh l/nKflmu t'oiopauiy of .Srliiiig-, (Ohio) :1 lii,,u t !ion fwt. ami i the :itcrnie deptlf I I
&': and ill rllls.liALlT\'. lIe ample to fill the wants of residents .. the surf measures about two fe.'. I i ':
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A continuous gentle swell rolNfrom j. \ c';
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f We hav |ilooetl I \\ ith this i'omutny| an u.W for a laiure nuiulier of thfaewLULeiittlileDUs t'tl :: and visitors.: the ocean from one to two f. t t I< !
depth tinder norm.iloiidition I \...a\\; I I
i; to make\. this grand oflt-r, at thel..w initeiuilicuted, to our tout.- Signs Come Down. \\ns the I.each an :ittr...-live '!II.I ;III.l ... I i!I (Cleaning I KhtalilisiH. ,I liit'll t. Ii i II I

t KTil: ers-preotut and prot-jiective., lutelv safe place: f..r surf.batl.in-I :' j I pfr32 IhkiII&
Tile real estate ir.eu of Daytona Here the infant as well :as the irrev I II (. an.I (iHt> i-I .th. > i I.u .1. I..... ,.
t t balreil I I
veteran of nianr MimmtTin m ,, PIILII.I.\I..I.) alto ,11"'III1'I: g
: Send in have entered into an agreement that safely enjoy the limirv> of a ..ea bath:

your orders today, will mi doubt! tiK-t-t with the ap throiiirhrtut the )lan-er ;part (.r the vearwhile I I BL\W\IN 1)1 LYONSli'.T I

the s-trone and expert) swimnier 1'; IVuili: :
St., l I'.L.f."a.' .
KluM.
To THE SUN Talahasse pro\-aluf the general public. As is can venture out further t.. tehU. i i"trensth I I .
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Florida. well known every real estate agencyin amid skill in battling) ,: with theiiietliHiistible i ---- - lHIr1I4I1llw1&1:

N. B.-All hiibsmptiiMis rm'ivod In-fore Xov. 1st, will entitle the.1 the city has a sign ('Uf\'t'IJ piece ocean. ) powers fir the mighty:' Ella DeVoy & Co. ( -- .. I >-I

of for sale tie The Peninsula
f sender to two artistic wood cuts Miitalile) for ; property in city. The I i
Millinery
framing. TI1t'St'1ll addition( Ivins: )between river and ocean j is f-ne Kil.lmns:
agreement is to remote all signs
r r half mile wide antI in )being raj.idlv 'I '
and \
china al.
to : set. Don't delay. I Laces.
I and use none hereafter within the Improved' amid there are manv fine eottflires -

S I city limit So many signs have a house and .several two I ocean good piers hotels heat anfiera h Open the Year RoundAll ( p (

} I i tendency] to give strangers a wrong nvillon and a large casino.A I ;

material just, impression' of this hustling city. Remarkable Featurect orders neatly __: -' (, .- L

''They might very naturally think Daytona: In has the l.een the yearly improvement I and promptly' filled.Miss .
style and value of
F Printing at this of-I that the entire, town was for sale. the buildings that are being erected I CHAS. BLUM & CGAiPAMiKN '
I i: : for homes. Men of capital of the Eri('k Soil, who has l leeu i in the

including a new and that people were anxious to I Xortb and West have become awakened employ of Lord A: Taylor New York, I .\(; : < \ I' \I-T:: Iltl-\\: : 1\1. MI..

j: : leave here, when suth is not the : to it* advantages for winter resi :
., of wood type. !case. dences, and valuable lots are being will be in charge during Augu: I Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis Whiskey..
purchased and
costly houses beautifulla and September.
,I &nd fur 1'rittLit. J.tkStA. I iLLhDR n.A. ,f


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