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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: November 24, 1906
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
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Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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E you 11I:1)' Mint an appraiser, wp shillselect Low Tides for December.
INDULGING INHALLUCINATION.I
: ELECTRIC LIGHTS
one, and the two add a third ('nt'and Capt. H. F. Douglass Is No More
t the figures armed at to be bindingon .\. )t. 1". !d.

WERE DISCUSSED both |urtie!!. \\e will accept in I paj December 1............_ 1:20 1:57: .

t ment the full amount in five per cent December 2 ................. 1:5.i 231

VI MM gold bond, to run say 1%, 20 nr .!,) lh ecember 1......_......... 2:2S: 3,05 KKK

At a Wordy S :ulon of the Daytona years Then, if you add a waterworkssystem Brief Illness:Funeral December._..:........... 3.0J. 3.9:. Groundless Fears Harbored by the St.
J we will advance the whole Passed Away Monday Afternoon, After a December 5_..__...... 3:3S1:21: :
Paul News as to Accidents at the
City Council Tuesday Evening. amount required to install the same and December 6................. -1.20 5:10:

f 'Little! Accc mplUhed. take like tends ill payment and in that Was Held Wednesday Afternoon at Two O'clock.Vas December 7Deccmhtr ......._...... 5:1000: Auto Races in January. .

A special session of the city fathers event the remaining lt.rm..fth..Ii'f'ar \...- SDecember .................6:10: t.2: : The Ormond-Daytona Beach in Flori-

i> was held Tuesday evening whi'h'all ) contract would IK annulled \).._.._....... 7:12: 1'50 l da should be a fine" place for the coroners'

r. notable for its gn'at amount (.f diSl'Us. In conclusion, I wih testate that less DttruilttT 10_............ S0: SSI: () union to hold! I a convention about January *

CUSBlon. Little of a definite nature, thincight months ago the tatt"whid1 I One of the Early Pioneers and Had Long Been City Collector of Ia>'tona- December 11.......... ....... 9 27: !I IIS: J2 2:'. The automobile racers

representexpended more than $2.'),000 December 1JDecember : .................. ::!( 10-13: ; gather there! then,

boweyer was called, was accomplished to consider the The proposed meet.iltg to place new machinery and equipmentto Council Adopts Resolutions and Drapes the City Hall. 11.................11:27: II ::38 carry out their :
J Daytona the banner plant" of December I..I:!.00 1:11: : 0
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ordinance and such other business Mr". I-Alwunl Meeker Last: Oraige, N annihilating space; at
n&tary the United Mutes (size <>f city considered : Captain IIl&r\'t.y F. DotiIa.s) died at I I December 15..................12:30: 1 ::15; lives the
i. as might come before the council I Resolutions of Respect Adopted J.. and Mrs IV\\itt Dixon, Hanover course
his homeon the of I'almctto avenue
) and as good light and service -is i ipos.ible : rornt December 16.................. 1:20: 2'Oj
Resolutions of respect were adopted I the City Council of : Neck N. J.Captain corpse-!'trewn
and Cedar street m Daytona on by
to be had. II December 17......_....... 2:10: 2:5.: ;}
the death of the late city collector, ; Fla., November 20 Douglass went to New Smyrna derbilt cup event
< upon afternoon. November 19, HIt) Daytona
After doing thus, and now to be hampered Monday December IH........_......... :I-r.( : 3:1: 15; would be
H. F. Douglass.; The resolutions are A D. 1906 on the Death of the early e.f I last wctk to from mind it a
t 71 I 2 months mil J2 days. part copy .
from expanding and extendingour aged years I )IVceinlie'r ll.................. :3 Si1:3': '
published elsewhere in the" G3zettf't' the Late City Collector Harvey thetiooksof l > the state ind county eol-llector promoters to throw
service us but a one-" ear Captain lK>u !avs w:isl>orn at HanoverNctk .. .....
'i: by giving ) I December JODmintier ..... .... -1::i 2 5'30 about the .
Newt today. contract vans to me not at all in keeping N. J.. August 27, 1VW: Ill' t'IUIlt'I'' F. Douglass: the t ixe-s: due from Daytona and 21.................. :;;:,0 G.Il :! &gaurd New'..
,t Considerable complaint bl..IIt't I n mode, with the sentiment of your constituents to Florid in 1S7<6; and e'ng!; iged! in orangegrowing IV, it resolve l, That in the death uf adjacent point. ar- was Ins, early cu- Paul *
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and not in line for a' greater and l Deeemlier ........... tH .ISI For the ..
: wfa councilman stated that buildings > and truck firming \mongthe Harvey IViuglass) who has filled toni \\hil thenlee wa taken ill.

:; 'wen being erected without the iiecccsary grander Further 1)aytnia., we are furm-Jung ih"lill' earlier settlers he was famillarlv' knownas I the" othcv! of city collector for ninny Returning to Ha)t'lIa. he t<...k to his l iK-cemlxr ccemlicr 23..7.&I.................. ",;.') !eI Ioo: :; mtemi* that>orary such the... <;
; permit, sewers being laid without deMfiittervur at lie |M'r IUOO'litt*, i'arner"1)uegla) DrtfiiiWr: 25.................. te,2: : 9 5S
at putting up the" required bond, etc. To which i:4'ry cheap considering the vest of the city <.f l>.irt< na many an irreparable| I h'es that will death relieves! him. His ailment was a guard against act'
of fuelAwaiting }IH-ecmlK-r 26._...............JI15: 1011:
.lay'runedy.. these nil the street ceimmisBioner : '. your detiMoti I am )'e';irs apt:; and was an e'Hie i 'n t and pains-I l>e keenly felt by its citizens in every blulaJ'r! trouble. fir which evervthingwas I December J7.Dmmber ......_._....1 l :.11 11:3: ( nary beach safeguards

% was empowered to look after such \'Ul'l respectfully, taking official, who enjoyed l the gtesll walk eif lifl'1' lose an ctTicientofficer .I..ne that human skill could deviseIt I[ I J5Dcxtmber >..................I Z:I;; 12lt; : that race coup well
matters and see that property owners ADAM stiiANT/, will and respect of all, Uith for his strictintegrit > patriotic citizen and an was thought at one dimthat he had trials it is
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complied with the rwjuirennnts of the Executer: and trustee of the" estate of and the careful manner in honored memlicr if whose pa.-M-d the critical JM'nit in the ehseo.se, :an accident to occur
;society
Adam behante ) : > [ceemlier'r 30.-............I 2:50: I ::30
that advice and counMl will \>v sadly Lilt lies vitality was hll.l.to withstandthe of life. To allay
city. he lookexl after
which duty
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No taken on the matter missed whose ..rr.i 1|)c<.f'm'lt.r' 31. 1'2' :!
A bill was received from Arthur S. action was devolved em hint.Theederased ; a man every ; attack and he" cltesl when. in a tate imaginary fears'e
refer it to the "tlundll" a was devoted to the welfare e>f the ---- --- -
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Tuttle, a civil engineer of Brooklyn, was a great lover of of friend ami I e-om
A\ 1390,-which is cbimed for services ren- coiiiiiuteceof the whole, with instructions music and w is quita lnu.-ician himselfll city panion Daytona who was; a dear to us all; a No death in recent years has htlllCt..eJthi New Auto firm. trials as well o.s

of to report at the regular lIu't.tinglIext citizen whow upright life wad a I .mmtlluty as did that .f (':apt witness them! area
; dered in drawing plans for a system sang in th>> first 1:piMC'pal services 'I lie- I DatoriauU Transit Company
waterworks and sewerage in 11)04 Mr Monday c.\.t"ning. The deposition held in 1 hi)tona at the" Palmetto house: standard c.f emulation to his> friends' Douglass He wa.s well known, had is the title t.f a new firm doing businessnu ger of an accident: 11.

t.'. Tuttle Wag paid $'.'60 by the preceding of the council teems to Ltto enter intoa andv\a l for heavy years! a prominent and cial townsmen of the city His of: I place>;,)'tona as> an will otli-lie made such an .."Unit reputation as a Urange avenuer C.: Oliver and Uh. ice wagon would be

; city council and according to his tater one-e ar contract at Elm\ pe r arc light" member <.f the 1:pisei'[>al 1 clioir, although hard to fill. IILS work was always public. .eitlicial send st...ininglv. was ill I::. french e-enivtitute the firm They Ka.st: SVHith street

ment was to receive J3W( additional ifI. but the electric light interests will not he \\a.. not ;t regular lurtnlter c.f conscientiously bone and in his untimely such gooi health that the news of his liave purchx-enl the I'ettepher darigetnd notable fact that not
accept a contra for one year forhmthan death we feel that the city sUiKlt death e'anlt'4 a sev ere :-hlt.k to has ever occurred
he was not retained as consulting engineer that c'hun'h. repair shop, and are prepared to do
should the city install the system. $125 per arc light The ebjeetionof During the war aptain Ihaglass was ha.'Il zens!!lost, lie one it"further of its lI'O..t'alu..ldti- the |psbple| i.f Da) ton:i, and has cast a ill kinds f auto work They will also Ihi)tona I Vat h at

I.I.L The matter was referred to the finarue I I sonic members of the c'oundl to e'n- captain and 'quart['nuwster ..faXt'\\ Resolved, That in respect| t.. tie 1,1 1..01U over the entire eetietltunity. late antis> for rent and will boon etablii '-- progress of these

committee for investigation tring into a fivr-year contract is that it JtrM'ytigiu4ietand servel l hit country memor)' of the" parted the city hall The f line'r:il >>t'f'il't't're held at his : >h an auto bus line between Daytona unfortunate death

-- Electric lights took up considerable ties the city up for that period and with dbtiru.ti..lI. He was an aitivememUreif draped in mourning and l :l II for a further |penal late residenceat :2 p. inN cclnoda, and |ieuin-uU (>oint.;. Tht'Y"ill with these events
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:'-i time at the meeting and the matter wasvery would not permit it to install its own the draml; Army ..f the He- ; Rev Itv r"n F. Marsh! officiating! after tit up a fist ivhop! and will care- i attributed to that
The system bhou4d it ace! fit to do !>>I'. The held uf He-solved, That this heartfelt testimonial I'meeitiilfemetirv fully look after your auto wants! writer who |>enncd
; generally discussed following I public, mil had many I..iti.u J which the nniun-wen' interred -
MrSchantz council set'ms desirous: to get the opinions }' ,f I toe spread Ujx>n the records of --- I will attend the
communication was received from honor and trust in Jothleeker /ll>t < I \\ The inemlicrs < f JovHoeiker
r tll some of the prominent citizens; the city of D):i)'tona, and! that a ('('jeyhe'extencleI thcials rorNilt'" aiid lor Hint: carets: fur turn to his
toNvhieh he heleengeel.lit Post mol I the attl'II.I..11II
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Daytona: }7u. November 17, I'JOO on the matter, and would no doubt welcome (It'au'11 'rtrr Mr.. Helen DeKolfof I l alllutionMAY. to his. relatives ill their, u |I..ety.| the. pall hs'arrs is l .ingiiieinU .alr. ut tlir (1.u>..ttr-X..". otlu-e. lot'! a unless |.

p To the City Council Daytona, Ha : opinions at the meeting Monday I littout and two half sisters. 'r- "f the city i'oulwil. union to HSM' I

Gentlemen-At a meeting held in themonth night. I I (x-e.isBJii; (:
INTERESTINGTAX
of November 190, a projtt>i- I I '. JOHN F. FORBES I "nothing d'.1 ;
CLOSE PASSING OF AN TAKE find it
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F i lion was tendered to S. H. Gove, our \

1., year representative contract for, designed city lighting to make at a one-$90 DECEMBER\ 1Ktt 1 INFERIOR PLANET I CITY CENSUSI. HAS RESIGNED. FIGURES I ITal..en I convene the: rigors at<.f ::

.4,4k in one season

, per. Mr are Cove light declined to accept thispropoaiUon II, KKK I I f. n lit from the Nolusia:! County 111"ooksAs5e5sments jured on the

Our were stated at a Effort Being Made to Induce the City luring the t-ta. !
l reasons When Some Little Girl Will Be Given J. Hall Brumsev's De Land Mercury I He is no Longer Member of the -State "w\ until d'>
meeting held at which all councilmen
The Council to Take an Official Censusof Board of Trustees of the John B. Taxes.
Stove by and County
l'jf were present with but one exception a Little Buck Range Laid to Rest in the Journalistic j
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; ,There it was suggested that an experiment : Grube r.Morrls Hardware Co. Graveyard. the City of Davtona. I Stetson University. I The Dilated. News furnishes! the following l- I

: be made by placing the arc lamps How residents. has lIolJt..na.1 I interesting facts taken from the"
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There is doubtless much rivalry going The demise of the I IV La ml Mercury \ meting; "f the Isard'f tru.t. s tithe f I
at the intersection of the suit'walk* at. bocks' whidi' will
This is a question hard! to answer \ohiMaesiiitv tax ,
of Ha'h.n.i in John K Stetson University was lulu
1 on among the little girls will fail l to arouseany feeling of sympathy i
three places. This was done. \\ethen the contest of Buck's stove and from the general public or from anyone Most I cities of this! site take! a census at 1) I.an.II.t ..ek. The moat imiortant prove IIf interest to our taxpayers: :
dipping
! expected a report to be made at the every year. but Daytona has oat been I I The follow' irg i< tlie a"'-''Nonlt'lIt valua I
1 te-d i.the
range ads, which appear weekly in more' closely connected with journalism | UMtiev tran a< w: accepting
meeting held Monday night, November follow these f's. official Non: :
in tstepsn
The contest elopes in attacking ing of tlte resiguavNett: cf Juhn 1rorles .
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12, as to whether this plan would be the next Gazette-News.Saturday, ))ember I. and theftsue .men It and posed measures as a free-lance where there was census has never Ixrn taken 1ey the I I : } f.,ruier. president of the m.-tituti Heal estate..............................U.Z32OWIailwadi I Judge Locke:

i- mere satisfactory or not. I city. It LS true that the Mate:; takes a and tell graphs.Perse ........ 1.0.113
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of : paper for baseand >n
\i In order to bring the matter beforl'I today is the issue -.:.oiitelittle nu ground or justification its : ensue: ev I'ryt'n years. but expenent: !I n-al pc'j>ertyT .................. WZ,21U I
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in which this ad s ill appOler. infamous assertions. The cords HaniK ny its not J I'r.\.it..1 I antvt !gthe* .'\

you so that the same can be finally disc: Daytona mi,;>s will then secure a poke in advocacy tlf. cause: would had shown that the last census taken 1.) I mcmliers e'f the Nurd for the last three .KaI.........................?.........,I;)10.033
: posed : beautiful little range have proven more potent ) as toUr \ pe>n the abuse vah nti"n taxes .
submitthe The of cash for official s, in \\ '
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outlay an cn '
misunderstanding, I respectfully| which will go far towards preparing her had the never been published in the are aware\ a scandal ar..s.al,1 the I.e eulhrte.1 fur .c.aty Mrsas fol tlevl's
would not be great and thematter ; prewHit of
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I following propositions: for the duties e>f a housewife when she Mereurv. Its promoter lacked t he manhood I name of Dr Forbes ami a female teacher lulU.BNI.
" b the I DeLanel and
:. First-If the council insists on limit arrives at the age when these duties to make good the columns .of billing'k.ate may tie taken up ) City in tie "rJ nivfT-'itv sere eemneeted with estate. ..........................G I"bl 2tItaiiroadsassi :
lather next Monday evening former tcai' :;
lag us to a one-year contract, we shall have to be assumed by every" woman it contained if brought; to hay It. tdt-gff (,k"..... 1:;,63i 7 0 John B "

.. be obliged to charge $125 for each arc who has any pride" in her home by some indignant and outraged e ituen --- I 1.1bel l "Utt'. were; instituted by Dr 1..f1'O'-oft"ll"f'tI'i..rty.................. 10.-13 co; founck of :' I
: light. The extremely high and increasIng who an indifferent housewife : dismal failure throughout its
A woman is It was a Forbes against Mr. and Mr*. Nt'IMII1 in
abomination in IMANYARE x I Total rowftty tax... ...._...<7 1,7)I 5C the head of :
tI cost of fuel, the cost of extensions or poor cook 14 an short-lived career and richly deserved a the iiitr-d States Court at Ja . In addition! to the above, which IKclwojis -
and to be made 'lords of <'ft'ati..n. and death .
further improvements the eyes of the : premature decay and hut these suits were di .niWf**.l lost Sat- d..th. areat
I the school' tax, thereu
POSITION. regular
from to time, will not warrant us to contract The Gruber-Morris Hardware Company \'ulu-.i.1l'ounty Record pap. tins AFTER urdav, and everything is now running
: for acheje4 dtstneti pending ID
Ii. cuHecte| in hfo-rial tax** -
-1 for a one-j'ear period at a lest is to be commended for offering brief tribute to the defunct planet : I MII,",thl) with Mellon I nivt-rsitv
"'!t.. fi gun. that will instill into the mind if The Mercury has turned up itt toesto K' lit R I *7.7'>s..'>7, making the grand total Jaiksuoville,
prize
--- ot count taxes |> :,j!J.07. There seri
;ft. Second-If your council will grant some little Daytona maiden arudmuntary -I the duties and pisses 3"11) un- I ;Numerous tanJiJates Desire ottice: xtetaoo -
I t:ntertamment.The I tor Statepurpsees YoJu ia < ">untypa : ,
of Library
: I a five-year contract, we will place as knowledge in the art cookingThere mourned and unwept It tried to till a City Collector.-One Probably the pUintitf- !
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.. many of the arc lights at' the intersection are no obstacles plated for in this I mission, but made a di-inal failure Itevntnbuted Elected MonllaIre.ly 1 ladies of the Librarsociat iengave H..I ea.tatt'. .......... ...............1I'J,3'Il':: m each ease.
decide on of little girl contesting largely to the defeat of the I'I'O. MII be : '
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of sidewalks any pleasant entertainment the new
you may way whoends I a I Hailrroa and tt''grarth' .?.. C.3I1 -'! 5 1.W.00<). )
and furnish the same rate aJ1l1.t handsome prize and the one cause for which it was established It office library building Monday afternoon and
at there activity
light of Bucks stoveand is among I 1'U3.1 property......... ..... 3,913 II eurts for the !
present, namely: $90 pier arc lamp. in the largest number : was no credit to the rommullitand !seekers for the position of city collector ev emng There was generous pnukliiiC The ('''.>*s!

This would be but a very reasonable: range ads clipped from this paper to :I was stench in the nostrils e>f j eople made vacant by the death 01 the late Iof ra.toDlan at the entertainment :geed' Total far Mate..... ..... ........IJ-J.ew! XIbe I proper i-on' '

; period to justify the expenditure fori" The (Iruber-Morris Hardware ('omj artyby while it lived" Captain H. L Douglass. ,I they were served ice ream" punch and I a****mnt valuations are divided' I tuid Mr
will certainly
: making extensions and adding improvements "- Saturday, ecember 1. --- ---- V far as the GautteXtIt'arl1s light refrerhnient b> the ladies in : .is follows ;anwith i
... of a receive that sill afford her much Numltr ... .., s.:: 71
_ to meet the requirements a prize i V\e are" otfrnng a fine props-rty on there are five aspirants for the position, chargerPalnmtrv' I acres improvnl of a highly "

growing city. amusement as well as instruct her of in : Palmetto avenue at a bargain price-a asfollow.: W. \\ \bercrombie". n.5 S. I fortunetellitg, an art I \"alue city pntpertj....... ......SIdloCRAJN Tie '

Third-If your council and the quail' household matters that will prose nine-room furnu-hes.1 IIOUMwith all Williamson, James! M Oebom IVrt [:ill*'rv :1n.I.tll"r innocent amusementsr i N'. Hitsi\l citie-sarxl towns I,2srt,CMJ l-rouglit .

Bed electors of after enterIng great material benefit in her more mature Mel. Porter vided. and the afternoon and -
Daytona are, I modern conveniences ; lot !55 feet front hanks and \ pr" --- -- -- Lxke is: uerd.

Into the five-year contract, desirousof I yearsGetthebabit. and about ZOO feet deep \\ rite ore The" matter will probably lie take: 'Ii'; ..\etiiiiK were pleasantly pem Hi- Tier biggest value you ever gut for tition "f

I operating under municipal ownership Buy the Gazette-New I Da)tona Real: Estate and InsuranceCompany I at the council meeting next M.'ndav pr..n-d. art tl tie used for the |i'ir..ha-' i v.ur mon\-The 'i&zetteNews; .' Pic- all lt"adlIg-; .

with a view of adding a water C S. llama, Secretary ruing and tee vacancy tilled. .t sea book fur ll ltt librarv I t"rial l Jitiub for !") cents 4al l tia>i txt-u

'. worn system in connection therewith,, Pictorial edition

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THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS FRANK W. POPE vs. j \. 7. ..

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAYT. tootltd i i1A Value

J. E.ALEXANDER.
E. FITZGERALD I Editor RrKK Received.1 ,


rt GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY Two Old-Time Friends Come to the
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( INCORPORATED ) Parting' of the Ways and Surprisethe BlU Cold Room

k Public With a Lawsuit. i Value Received for expenditure and' ,

Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Flonda, as Second Class Matter. There has probably never been two

I men closer friends, personally and politically .)tst.+4t most house there is a room without very naturally go where they will gettheir
Subscription $1.50 Per Year in Advance. in Florida than Frank W. Pope J It.:0tlJ: proper heating facilities-to say nothingof I
4; of Jacksonville and James E. Alexan- chilly hallways. Even though the money'svorth.. I am in the real .-....
the Jacksonville heat of your stoves or furnace should be f
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1906. inadequate to warm the whole house there
Metropolis of Wednesday. For :years need not be one cold spot if you have a j I estate brokerage business with the
-- they have been intimate and it was n i

...... .................... Harry Perkins will be with the 'J. C. i gupri: Tuesday when they read in the longest strongest list ever offered in
\ .1 Bunch Grocery Company this winter. Metropolis that Mr. Pope had instituted PERFECTIONOil I ,

: SEA BREEZE and : Ernest Johnson will spend; his Saturday suit against Mr Alexander in the circuit I

holidays this winter working for court. Attorneys"and others in Jacksonville II Daytona 1 know rthe bargains-my r .

: DAYTONA BEACH i the Peck-Hendricks Company. discussed the matter and inquired HeaterEquipped
Mrs. Vorhces. of Boston, who has what caused the issue between knowledge is yours for the asking. I .,

; alt d. :...... .................: spent several winters at the Sea Gull these old-time friends, both being lawyers ( with Smokeless Device) i )
,...,..- cottages, will be with Mrs. Hinks again and prominent in legal and polit- Below I quote a few bargains will
La-
Seabreere, November 21.-The It will heat a room in no time and will keep it warm and cozy. Operated you
dies' Sewing Circle will hold their first this winter. ical circles. The consequence was thata as easily as a lamp and perfectly safe. Wick cannot be turnedtoo 'i .
residence of Mrs. T. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Patch, who have number of attorneys and others were high or too low. Gives no smoke or smell because fitted be interested in.
fall session at the
White House for the win- with unique smokeless device. Can be carried about, I '
re-leased the in court in Jacksonville Wednesday ;
F. Williams,on Grandview avenue, at which cannot be done with an ordinary stove. ThePerfection f jl .
2:30: this afternoon. ter, arrived Saturday night from Jefferson morning to take in the proceedings, but Oil Heater is superior to all other oilheaters / v\\ \o.3 A Kiver front lot, 100 feet on river to Valley {
*. here from Xew Ohio, and the house was open for the setting of the case for that time was and is an ornament to any home. Made in { >
r Mre. M. Travis arrived
a week and guesU Monday. Miss Lottie Paine and decided a mistake, and Judge Call said two finishes-nickel and japan. Brass oil fount beautifullY S v street, (h room nous1, furnished, Daytona f
Jersey the latter part of last Clarence Gordon, niece and nephew ol he would continue it until a peremptoryc embossed. Holds four quarts: of oil and burns Beach $3,750. ''-
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of the Beekman cottages heater warranted. If \ -
g has rooms in one nine hours. Every not at your
: Mrs. Patch, came with the party.Mr. ill of the docket, when it would be dealer's write nearest for descriptive circular. I.
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on the beach. agency : N'o. i H) Lot on north side of Bay street, $600. i : t
Willard. of Atlanta i is a guest i.f then set for trial.
properly THE E> /2-
P. A. Rivenburg is breaking ground is the safest and best :
this week for the construction of a six- the White House. The case comes from a debt for legal ace.. O Lamp|all.rouodhousehold Xo.24 Lot 122.5x231 1, 2 houses; west Magnolia
lot Mr. Parish and sister, of tat: Bar- S T\ices in an election case in Volusia lamp. Made of brass throughout .
+ room cottage on his Valley street rington, Ma.-A, bevy written :'.11.... HiiiLto county-the case of the State of Floridavs. and Dicltel.p ted. Equipped with latest improved : avenue, ItfJOO.: .

R adjoining Mrs Rivenburg the Wells have property.made many Mr.friend and hold rooms fur tin in as Uiej were 01 W. C. Cannons-for which a fee
during their winter sojourns with us, the point <.f depa t.rl' (fur the south. $1000 was charged by Pope A Pope, and room. Write to nearest agency: if not at your dealer's.STANDARD : X o. 81 Lot 40x150, 5 room house, some improve-, i
Mr. Baldwin, of Or.in.l: l Rapids, Mich, for It'galliervlces in assisting County Solicitor
who will note with pleasure their home OIL \ Incorporated. :
arrived a few day ago and w a guest lIf J. Hall Brumsey in the criminal nient, well finished, well etc., west Iagno'J
in Seabreeze. 4
prospect
tae Sea Gull. the December term held 4 lia 1.500.)
Mrs. M. L. Bruce, ot Seattle, Wah. court during 4 avenue, !
Work on the McCullough business DeLand in $200 making a totalof
at 1905 ,
tells of the marriage
Y writing to friends here, "
of Charlie Barlow to Miss Bertha expected block is progressing that the lower rapidly rooms, and will it be i is Pleas$1200.and Damages affidavits were were laid at filed$2000.by wiNl r il wml iNl m r W ir. 1 -

Williams both of whom were residentsof R. L. SMITH. :
Seabreeze, where they first met, for ready for occupancy by December first. George C. Walker, attorney for plain
4 8evera1Ye&nl. They are a sensible young at which time it was promised to the tiffs, and J. X. Stripling, attorney for "' Baggett and Post Mllj!

couple blessed with a practical knowl- Webster Grocery Company.J. defendant. One of the affidavits was 3 I .............................................11..
C Butler sold lot belonging to
a to
to avoid the that the defendant was not ready go
edge of life and prepared Wiley Melton to Mrs. E. L. Howard last to trial for the reason that soon after ..................................................... "
shoal that lie in wait for the ignorant a
Bteerers. Their far-off friends of the week. The property embraced part of the institution of the suit IK had a conference :i

sunny southland send them pleasant remembrances what is known as Hernandez Grant. with F. W. Pope, Sr., suggesting Real Estate i TOE a S-1
J. C. Butler and other real estate f
: and best wishes for health, I to plaintiff to submit the matters i> 2
agents here are quite sanguine of a good their difference to arbitration and award :

? happiness Now that and the success.city council has agreed I winter season from their voluminous I[ to two reputable attorneys, and to |HT-I : and I II '

s that it shall be the duty of the city marshal correspondence, and the stories of destructive mit Pope to select them; that this wai I I 1
to light the street lamps, no doubt rains, snow and wind storms,] accepted by Pope in pretence of I*. 11.1| II ; Dry Goods, House Furnishings, allies'and ;

4?' many of the property owners who have that come in every letter from the northor Odom and he agreed to take no fur- j ..,:: InsuranceOpera i iE

r heretofore declined to put them in at their west. Those who are in position to ther steps in the suit, and Alexander Children's Shoes, Trunks, Etc. ;

i own expense will withdraw their objec- know say there were more houses then left the State to be gone a month. I j '": 1i
and taken during the past month endeavored i' :: !I Stock Best
; tions and have the work done. rooms Subsequently the litigants largest Assortment, Lowest Prices ;
Colonel Thomas Cordis H. G. Wilson,I than ever before at this season of the to agree upon terms and condition: of | ::- House Block, SEABREEZE, FLA. i '

Britton Woodward and 11. C. Buckland year "Everything is lovely and the submitting their matters to arbitration, j : .

'1 have had the lamps put up in front of goose hangs high." but were never reached, and defendant II c;: COTTAGES FOR SALE OR I1KXT. Outside Acreage Property t i Cor. Beach St. and Magnolia Ave., Daytona. ; ;

f' their residences on Valley street. It is was under the impression that the Hiitj i = Improved or Unimproved 'outrltl l mo..t of the unimproved I! S.......N...N............ ..........................
understood that Colonel Cordis has also had been abated or dismissed by the I : '
: property in Seabree/e two of the Fire Insurance
t '' agreed to have one placed on Ocean Port Orange.Port plaintiffs! and for that reason Alexander | '" ; represents . . . . .
for his ;:: Companies that came throng the San Francisco disaster with ---
Boulevard at the entrance to his said he had made no preparation | e 1
i grounds which is no more than was to RR >R defence.! He;had submitted his case to I ::: capital and standing n"il.JIJJIIIIIIIII.JIIIIIJIIII..I.J..JIIJJ.JIII.J.11.

;expected of this public-spirited gentleman. Orange, Nov. 22-Mr. and Mrs. his counsel and made a full statement of I call : Announcement !
John Bradley arrived Friday from their the facts to him, and was advi.-cd i J jV'f"f'\IT>>Ti'f\ f"Y Y II"W'fr"/ YYYYa. / aIYY f'li JaYYYdrA j iN :.

,,{ R.Whinfield has had a lamp: placed summer home in Ohio. They have been that he had a good and meritorious defense j -- ---- -- .

within his grounds. traveling through the western states to the action, and he asked to file j I..+. ......*.*...................................... 1e
I We extend to our friends the
Mrs. E. L. Potter and baby and mother this summer. additional pleas. j I' J Season's Greetings and with it
k'' Mrs. Helen Buell, arrived from New Mr. and Mrs. Xeedham and Mr. Coch- The plea was in substance that he'i. an earnest imitation to call .
r York Monday afternoon. I rane, Mrs. Xeedham's father, arrived (Alexander) never was indebted to the :i Hotel Despland i! e a and pee the elaborate provision
': : .. +t have made to furnish
Mrs. M. L. Stanley, of Winthrop,1Ie., last week from Sullivan County, New plaintiffs as alleged, and that plaintiffs ]! we our .
tl with bet
did not render the services alleged in e patrons thf''fry
and )lr. and Mrs. A. H. Stanley,of New '
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;. Britain, Conn., arrived Saturday night. York.W. L. Me Daniel is building a packinghouse their declaration, and that they had ( ; Daytona, Florida j e Clothing l Hats, .
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for their services, and that ]'
been ,
paid
They have taken one of Mrs. G. Ste- on Herbert avenue, near the .
',_ t vens' cottages for the winter and have freight depot.Mr. the plaintiffs were at the commencement i j < e t Furnishings :
;' registered as day boarders at Seminole and Mrs. David Kestler arrived of the suit and are now indebted to him I i "'THa FAVORITE"w i I
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t- t Lodge. from Ohio Friday.Mr. (defendant) m the sum of $300 which | J ,[ I t andlShoes.
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; Mrs. E. Curtis is spending the week and Mrs. Price arrived last week he is willing to set off against! plaintiffs'l''i, < .. .
for which he ( l e We have elected; with great
and .
with relatives in Daytona.Dr. their home in Charlevoix, claims, OPEN for the SEASON p
from summer t ;; IQO .o7 UNDER MANAGEMENT OF J care the choicest productions '
1- J. B. Blackman, wife and two little Mich. demands judgment. + of the most noted manufactur-
sons arrived from Chattanooga,Tenn., Chas. Milburn returned home Thurs- The plaintiff's affidavit set forth that j\ i L. M. Waite Owner and Proprietor. ti '- ers in the respective lines. It i
'.: Friday night and are pleasantly accom- day,after a stay of two weeks in Day- he was telephoned to in August last by ]I ( ; ;. + _. is our determination to sell

$, modated at the Dixie Lodge. P. II. Odom to come to his (O om's) J NN\ N....NNN.N....e NN...NARAaRRRARRfRR.RRRARSRRRR.RRR.................... = nothing that is not thoroughly .
tona.Mrs. law office and arbitrate the matter if he -i good. .. 7
before breakfast home i ---- -- -
1 Saturday morning E. F. McDaniel arrived I -------- -- s Our price will always be '-_
i Dr. Blackman and Henry Russell sallied last week from Jacksonville where she was willing to do so, the defendant be-1"I! fouud satisfactory
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The discussed -- -
forth to their luck at the Clarendon ing willing. matter was
t try has been visiting her mother. I I ..
q pier, and in one hour's time with hook Mrs. R. F. Johnston arrived home at Odom's office and plaintiffs stated I i

; and line, caught 35 large eheepshead, from Jacksonville Sunday, after a they were pertectly willing to arbitrate : The Western : TIIEGLOBE

,! ti which weighed something over 100 prolonged visit with her parents. the ease, and would permit defendant' } :

>* pounds. The successful fishermen and Rev. A. J. Wilder came Sunday and to select any lawyers he might name to \, 4 k I .t
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,f 6 their big catch were photographed by held divine service in Grace Church, arbitrate the same, and defendant j' 1< NOW OPEN. : 1 + 116 South Beach Street
Smith from named any two of the following attor-
Dixie
yi_ f the Lodge piazza. Sunday afternoon. There was a large .
I. A. C. D.I.'I.H i. ___ ___ __ .
Stewart.E. Bly
: B. Woodward is having a new neys: Judge -
for this of the
kitchen added to the Castle and making and congregation Mr. Wilder preached season a moat excellent year-, Landis and Bert Fish, all of DeLand, '! 4 _I. C. RAINSFORD l Proprietor; :. I I. . o. . .

f t other Improvements which will coon result sermon. We phophesy that he will and plaintiff responded: "All right;; if : I
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in this picturesque home being one be well liked. \ it will suit you it will suit me to have \\i j Fir"t: avenue near IJearh :trcet. ; ifc..W..Wi.wm..W.WUi.

of the most complete in the town. }Ir.Ma.1lory Bly and Landis to arbitrate the matter;" 1
Capt. J. D. C. Morris and Col. Bingham
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and further .. 1ilt< a day for lx>ard l :.uid ro'>m. :Special' rateliy week or mouth *
is doing the work. and Mrs. Morris and Mrs. Bingham plaintiffs agreed to suspend .

r W. A. Baggett has finished paintingR. drove down to our village Sunday after- proceedings tending arbitration, but I I. NEW HORSE WITH MODERN CONVENIENCES. I ROY LA SHA

T. Butler's cottage and is now giv- noon. defendant delayed doing anything further k. .

ing the Baney cottage, on Pine street, a Philip Leonardy, Earl Murray and his in the matter. Plaintiff then wroteto 1..4....rf..avf.*Mt4ss.e.4B. .......**....i.....?41'iM1 +fNmN

new coat of paint. sister, Miss Belle drove up from Xew defendant urging action in arbitration -I': r Electrical Contractor. i ico

-) Mrs. J. A. Williams has been helping Smyrna Sunday.Mr. and if not consummated that the ,'I ........... ......... ..4.......S4............... s
out the Peninsular Publishing House and Mrs. F. G. Stuart arrived Sat- proceedings in court would not be sus t ,Large Hotel-Iol! s ;

this week. urday from their summer home in Gor- pended. If not arbitrated by a certain ;, : a specialty.I X 0 \
Mrs H. A.Bernard has been the guestof ham, N. H. Mr. Stuart was with Dr. time that proscution of the !suit wouldbe r job t 10f large or I
':f Mrs. U. S. Morrison since leasing her Potter and Carl Knappe, moose hunting proceeded with. Papers were then :, : ;
rt cottage. She will spend; the winter in in northern Maine this fall. filed September and defendant filed : ;. none too small

i' Daytona. left Mrs.Monday W. L.for McDaniel Tampa and to son visit, Roy her his plea, and has since made no effort e: I'ulmi'tto !street. :and 1 h}' I L l1lt', : :: :Npeoial facilities:

father, Captain McIntyre, and to attend or expressed a wWi to plaintiff to arbitrate :t OPEN DECEMBER 1.t 1. : ;; for wiring oM
expected the Fair. While they are there, a meet- the cause and from nothing the [ : ; iJ"UH"'iilhout
-p Alma Ilalliday, Saturday. ing of the Mclntyre family will be held plaintiff has said or done could defendant t : : '
Mrs. Wilkinson, Dr. Potter's sister, Mr.Island and Mrs. A. J. .Haff arrived from have received the impression that I :t\ In the siKit-ss of its first se.ivm list, 'Louse proxfl l its ability :: injury to ImiM g

- arrived from Evansville, Ind., Tuesday Long Roe, Sr.Tuesday.Mrs. and Mrs. Cal. Roe, accompanied the case had l been either abated or li!>- I ::I to please and satisfy there wlio dpsinolepamp with all romforK J rr.r.rr

night, and is a guest of the Clarendon by Miss Footer, arrived missed. The records, contended plaintiff i :\ and eonvenicmitrs. : '""''.
i Annex. Thursday from Washington, I). C. showed the filing of the replication i( i. r..

ra c Mrs. John Bianchi and son, Harold -- on October 1 last, and nothing was said :: .MS. FOLTZ, Proprietor. : "e.'-.
f arrived from New York Tuesday night by plaintiffs to indicate that the trial .
Hotel Arrivals. .
and are comfortably domiciled at their City would not be had at this term of court. :a.......N.................................... ... ..

home on the corner of Valley street and The following parties registeredat The plaintiffs say their case H a merito- :co.
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1 Oakridge avenue. the City Hotel for the week ending rious one, and the defendant i,< justly : \{. jii"i..ii..i... .i. iii"iilii,"ii.... i. ii..iii..ii. i..:i" ...iii.'iiiiiii.iiiiii iii.iiiiii..;' \
F. A. Stewart and wife arrived from I indebted to them, and defendant lia no tea. .
November: I :: A. D. HcBRIDE t'\! i 'INVAD ::
good reason why the case' should l nut c.
New .
L, Hampshire last night. Mr. Stew- S. Wright, E. L. Bond, W. L. Kobi-, proceed to trial. i :: President k..'hj,, :: 00"
art is the house of the Clar 5 ::
a carpenter dere, G. L. Howard, W. J. Hulsey. C. G '

endon. Sewell, C. ChrLstiancy, E. J. Burke F MERCHANTS BANK
j
Mr. and Mrs. Coburn and mother who
H. Lee t Ormond.
Walter ;
Hawkins, E. E. Grimes: .
are among the recent arrivals, havetaken W. I :: 'Br.n-S \..lt..i. Courtjt flank :. ...-..
- T.Ioore., L. P. Cox, A. J. Crook, C.
I: Mrs. Ireland's cottage on Valley II H. Whitner, S. H. Hoppersett, T. S. : The Thrall brother! of North Granby. II i f'apitaJtnd: : ... ... .. .. .* .*,'HI. :: -.JI)

street for the winter. Howell, Jacksonville; and Mr J. D. I Conn., arrived this xmk. A friend by ;, ::. lVrni'' I.ianlitv! .. IM'.m- ...
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Robertson, Asheville, X. C.: C C. Collins the name of Dupont canii with them. Tr2ti<.. t. General; Harking: Cu: irev: !'. ..."
S. W. Castle L. W. j The trout and bass will have to 'look hy : M ,
Daytona Beach, Nov. 21-J. C. Butler Thomas, J. O. "La
: has sold the Keating Villa this weekto Broman, P. Walthous, Atlanta; J. H. |' for they are all tra<'k fishermen.; :. -I I IHT. ('''IIt. Intfrr-r ( *(ini nuiilcI.( ( ( uaitrrly I'aid HI'allll :. : .

Mrs. A. A lass. Consideration $2.000. Allen, J. II. Long, F. E. Henderehott, I. tern 1
,?, A. F. Porter and wife, of Lansing; Kaufman, S. Field, S. H. Findley, J. W. i :g : ; :': \.Ollllt. .,I.:

Mich., arrived last Saturday and have Pottle, II. X. Diffenbach, Xew York: S. and New Hampshire, armed Tu'd.1)! :{ '.ifi l\ NfM.-it I I I'H '..- (..r Cut: "'

.p taken Branch rooms House for on Seabreeze the winter avenue.at the,'I,I Smilie B. Wright, Cincinnati, C. M. Kurtz; A., J.DeLand Lt>gg,; J.F. A C. II and accompanied Mrs. George by }Gile In'labt.1, of Candia G., X.Barker 11.1,: ;.nwnuuuiunuanuunujtWa4Fmaau.'.'I1N.'.........' .'......!'.'.'.'.'.'.'." .'.'........'.'........'.....'.........'..." r,,t.H. -Jlarr..

.r Miss May Finley has accepted a I Moore, Savannah; W. J. Hayner, Bos- I j Mrs. J. Clemects' son, Ray and I "'..


t position with the Peck-Hendricks Co. I ton; F. J. Clark, Baltimore; J. B. Buck- daughter, Bessie are at their home con 1 T. E. ;.
Fred E. RanKin FITZGERALD
I South Palmetto treet.Ir.. Clements i- ,
Messrs. Branch, Bishop, Harroun and' ner, H. F. Apple, Dayton, O.; J. L. ;:
4 r Stewart have agreed to put the Deitz's Heweld, Detroit; J. M. Pool,Chicago; C. still at Winnepeg, Manitoba, but will The >111hxk "f Gas and Electric Fixtures south of Jack-
# join them later. 1 Expert Accountant, Books Opened ATTORNEY AT LAW son\ille. Distributing for the celebrated '19UU1
lamps in front of their cottages on Sea- P. Robinson, F. M. Biddle,Philadelphia: I ria agent Dry
breeze avenue. There is no improvement TV. W. Somerville and wife, New Orleans ', The ladies of the V. I. A. Society are Battery. Fresh shipment every week. 25c each in any _

that more readily recommends a ; A. C. Phillips Providence; L. D. 1 I working up a five o'clock supper for Closed or .\djusted.Box DAYTONA, TLOR1DX c:::;: quantity, Shipped anywhereWE .

town to the tourists or better advertises Anderson, Pa.; George McCall, Macon; Thanksgiving Day, and everything Associated ithlAUlS ;: HANDLE AUTOMOBILE TIRES AND SUPPLIES TOO.
points to a big success. Music, chicken, I
a town than good street lights. It Joe Lehman J. 0. Brown, Florida. r t2: kson\ille, Flor'ula.S .r
is hopefully anticipated that the people 'I and pumpkin pie, salad, brown bread : & FISH All)) electric work guaranteed to safe Underwriter's inspection.OPEN .
and beans, to tie. Come and all. I
f Seabreeze and Beach one
Daytona will
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show their appreciation of this fact by I Furnished Roomlil-liiDgle and j great and small, pay your quarter and P..f..t\'LC. B. Hublar.l Jr. Fit : Del.ana. tie:rid* With contt..nt, ALL tone 1KARP.or.NI of workmen.11 DAYTONA 1 TLA..I .
,r following the example of those who for light housekeeping, The Riverside -I'j this supper slaughter; "Live Not toEat tens Hank of Jacksonville People s P.antiod facilities ,

i have put the lamps up. j I 413 North Beach street 25-4 but Eat to pve"' SP Trust Co and] otb-r<. I Special Office in Shanks foreiaminiciclandiltlej blot k. 1'none/ l lJ. t Y' Y R Y11Y11mYYaM.I?m Y I J,}m5mrnrn5wrnrn)

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ji to this store not later than 4 p. m., December 1st. l''al iljr exce rt Monday.rLMXSllAR f___

MISS CORNELIA MERCER WASHINGTON BEAUTY. No. 27 Ji .21 ': ,, ; 1 :;r1 7-1 VATPORI BRUCH No. 18 N..20 Ns.22
Sendai Sunday ,: Dally Eleept Daily Ssnday Dally (
O.Iy Only Ssnday Oal1
They should be wrapped in neat One ol dieprettiest of last j t' 1r'l' debutantes Wa..hiiiRton; Is Miss Cornelia -IOpmi-9fV11lD .... nri"e..M 23rrm :; '
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a package mark t"1 t l'IIOcIm 6 7 4 'pm
= 1 Mercer daughter of the late Mcfall Mereer of rittslmrp.! Miss Mercer ....
was
:2' k1.':.' 10 Item 1\ I"pmI, 9 ham) ". .Soolb. Jsck'"nrIle..Ln.. 7 :I;.rni 12 t.1.m: ? .pm
I presented to society: by her !=l' II.lmulbI'T. Mrs. Kdward Mc I I.urf" who has ahandsome 2 ;ary'm Ilr.m 6 :.'I'I1 !. :a1.m .........ablo It .rh. .. .. 7Ii..m1Ilr..m Is"' ....
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r home Z 1 1"1 m'' Jtr.-oam 6'qvu 9115 .AUllnlll .ab. 7 n.m 1I..m rpm
eirelc In tIle Mrs
; near Dugout Carilnl City. McLure I Is enter-
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.mt 7 td tosm rt .Lv 6 4i.m
y "(.i I1 lU.m IUpm ------- 1yIN 1130am a/pw
I biuln I : quite (eiteu ively in her granddaughter's; honor. .. : ... .
' ed with the senders name, age and address. THE WASTE OF IT. AND, OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP C lcTlo silmuu.-

. lj Close Connection Made" at Miami with Steamships of tile P. 4 0. S. S. Company.

. i i .i The result will be announced and the prizet I ,1...tot SOUTHBOUND Havana and I Key West.NORTHBOUND .

.. -> I.* MIAMI, ..Tnp..lays, 5atnrdays..ll I LT IIAx'AN,1..Thondsys......12 ('Ow'nArtih1'uEsr.lle
. ,;. C t 'f< : .inealays.fundgs..1Opm) At14F-1111.T..ThnrMlns..II3E11m
I. t LT KKV: \\ .q.... .Wedne layi...... .. 8 (!lIpID LT KEVWr> .Th 11",1 n.., Monday.,11 :30pm
awarded :: \< ,;'>),.. .f.,. HAVANA....... Thursday...... .. B0.m AroIlA\II.: .5'rldsy.Tue.dsy..6Wpm
:: as soon as possible.THE ; --- Additional Sailing between y\\ ;; and Havana.IvKEYWBT. .

F t.1 : I : :MondsyFrld.ys..CSepul! I LT II A" .\S.\..Tnrai1ay*. 'atnr iF$ Ar-IIAVAAA..TueafsysfaturdsyL..63i j I ArESwE5TTueadsyaSaturdaya630pm

'. I Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's! Side. No Transfers. _.

fttft Tim.TdI.l .<.how the tlmrs at.blch trains nmy Ix px pete-!to arrive tt and dl'Pfllt
-.1; fr..m the Mral" Mation' but tbelr arrival or departure at the times Mated 11 not irnaranirvlm
I 1'!: i r'a >, Is I Vumpany to t..hekl rcsiMinslble fur any delays or any consnjuvnres arising: tbrrflrom.
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; t For-Copy of the*LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information ,

; r x SEE THE TICKET AGENT." "

; : D. RAHNER. Asst. Qen'I Pass. Aet.. ST. AUOUSTINE.! : FLA.

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SOME BARGAINS IN SEAL ESTAiE 1 Q1 i 6 T'Qo

I i TUE GLENN I 50i j II ( IIII

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$2000 A four in Kingston.room house All and rooms nk-e! ,*, 1 10000 1 Inratinn'or a I large: Miit.tlilr hmi I IIt' <: inK for"0.1:|ion I I' 4 .\ Iitru' :,,, 1a"'I' II lilt nil \II da : ta ra WINES

ground floor. Good flowing well and ... I 111 "I' 'tI. III I.' r'. 14. ( :;:, ,
imai-ding hous 1Yn >Ict'|ping r >:n" I a e 1 (; am a'a. Is
variety of fruit. Lot 100:1::_.,.) feet. with extra rooms for family <-r -ervnnts'aril : ,,"J.. :" ..... I' ,. '.., 1.1 ; +nlssfaESxna
1 third! II>xir. IIor i i.* new ;iii"l fllr$4000 1TRi
For corner lot and (i-ttase: l.i-hf'C1. I tart ...>\'(lItI( (.-.1. :Stmr; la-arms .. I'HMImill! ..J' ,\ iln.i,, .. .. ,M.Si..V .- ?1 t fir. run '
on Ridge voNI Avenue. l hit oniiiRe: tnf> on |pal! ,<'. a CKAS.8LUM5CO.i
: a'lay. SHTl| :; liv ..'. .-I- : .ft
55x396 ((ct. May l he lx>ught without 4a '

wttage. __ C2Ann .\ rsidnre in .:<-tMftion MRS EllA H. GLENN, \: i

$1000 txge A .. at- iar, .lIill.-!ri"ti>'..'. :0 CHAS. BLUM & COMPANY\ '.

building for wood tooe. l'onll'r lot IIIK>r; ot : vao.a4aaaaoaaaa aoaaa.a OOG u I \r.EXrI'H:T HFIEWI.M; CO.) .
lOOx330 (eet, >i.ni. i variety of fruit: .
-- -- -- -- Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis 66
1t4arhl Whiskey.A .
.tnieeresidcncinbeautiful CJOSAA Six rr oiii IIOUM on : I
$4000 : OUU i o ..oo.. aaasaaaaavaaaa
local ion on It ,d K e woo d I, O !street KiiiR::>ton. I Four. s 4 .
south or town. Ten ram house, only rooms on ground floor; two rooin >c. Voice From Below (to girl from the country): "Is the bath ready yet?" n.l fill li I.- .j"I. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
two years old. First and seeond floor ond floor. inod( (lowing nrll. Lot I : F. B. PENOR, ; Susan: "No, ma'am; I've poured in about fifty cartful, but the bottom isn't --
porches; ham and other outbuildings; lox( ) Ifi2: feet; !some fruit. o aa covered yet. If I
flowing well and ('i: CQNTRAGTORANDBUILDER !:
front by over 400 feet deep. Variety of u""uld large lot at. I IIllvinn. SOMETHING IMMINENT. "'"

young fruit. _._ $2200 Four' rooms and bath : AH wiirk d.! .r- -ii M nib' Iii -I1.1" j: --
on ground floor; two large rooms oil <=I't'o <- ''' ..".1 v ..r I in.inliUinitntK, ,, r 4 sLr
$1400 Hu.Mness l uldin! r in DaytoVlTVlF nod floor. Soft and (flowing well. ft i
na I5<>.,/(-h,, I5x3i: ; feet, with (utuildinS., : Vark-ty'a.h'r lIf fruit; !numlr'f It !at"rialll".1 l IM-! !I.. -i I tli- '".irki-t' i

,-.. .. two rooms in rear of tore: room Ixit3tal43 ( crai* vines in liraring.; I'rir- furnished : ,15'::..5.3a .. :

_feet._ _____ __ __ 23oO.; l'hn'4an,1 Einl.t'. '" FIITlj"f'cI,! : .
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$2100ew "* room
of city. Thre: n",nw $3 I OO t lor !l nine Want f'"'*'inplcndid 0a I"t IIf R. f.-r. II": : Y
on ground floor; two: rooms !Errand!story. U .- ; I location IJidsc-;; ... ,. :
I'o.hlftI t'nx :::I 1':1t"'HI. t a
Electric light; flowing well. Lot 5E OxlGSfeet. wlllmnnul'. Lot .10-foot front. (i
Some orange trees. ___ ___ aa 4 !
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$4000 :l well built, nicely finh.IIl 1 ':5500 A r-idcnle on 1'alnrtt'o i ti.
house of seven rooms and .. Avenue. 1I11)'I.:1t..I; fl\(' I

unfitted hath room, in nice Ioeati.n lit rlom con ground!: flour four rooms TIIlm,11 onSeabreeze. I ...........-.......-...........-........--.........................-....-...................... 1-
: Outbuilding!:. flowing!: wi'llonc! floor; bath and toiil'l on ,
and f.'i. tf'm. Sotne orall m IUIII rulH'- four; all ('OII I'ni"'II't. ; nicely rurtli+III I; i it Neville H. ClarkOPTICIAN.
fruit Price furni"hNJ. $I :!.10. COTllI'r let. a.1 It) ;i out :''110 fN.t. I. |\ I III I 1'r

i "Does yer believe in premonitions
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Lots ranging in price from a few hundred = :l II !i "Well ever since we hooked dis grub I bin feelin stronger an' stronger ; r.

: dat somethin' would happen. Irlr'IAVINGpurehacnllheentire<: output of the Crystal ,
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to several thousand dollars. :: 0 ( issaI : u Springs Distilling Co., we arc now in positionto
:: ,1 f .','. : offer this celebrated brand of whiskey as
I i ..:...:. .:.. MAKING IT STRONG. l lung as it lasts, at the following greatly reduced figures:
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I Farming and Grove Lands. I t tI J I Eyes Examined Free. i...I' -:..,r;-.... 4 8 Full Full Quarts Quarts,, $3.20$6.25 1.I :...-;f


I g At Clark's: Jewelry .store. i ii f r4 '.II I ;P 12 Full Quarts, $9.00


i A fiNE PROPERTY fOR SALE i i::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::: _lli. :+' Crystal I- Spring EXPRESS Sour PREPAID Mash VhisKeris '

4. 3 thoroughly aged l mellow delirious and smooth:; as velvet This is a
rare opportunity to supply yourself; : with a fine high-grade whiskey.
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New :Smyrna: j t .. C A MI TIT T Q ".. A fine residence!' property on the peninsula opposite I J Geo. J. VandeVord ; A. OAnUlLLrO Oi VxU. ATLANTA GEORGIASEND

Honse of fourteen or more rooms on beautiful knoll, facing on North Indian i + .. FOR OUR LATEST CATALOGUE
+ Builder and Contractor. ..

Rirer. Magnificent[ view o( surrounding country and l ocean from t: +J I rliinai'fiiriii: h..1.| XII ap- .i:. : :'!.e.q'. e.e..,..! s'! ....!'. .... ...}-.t'!.. t ......,.......'.<.jY.dry o'I )
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upper story. Beautiful shade trees abut the ,louse. Al.undancc of goal! |pn-nh.-.i> i-iii|.lo\iil.. \Vli--n .vii |:
I I We are making a Special Leader of
9 + want u 'glad| h< u w Iniilt at a I IfCenturyRye.i
water. Substantial dock on river front. : .. +
; + n a +inaMf: "it!"t it will IKIY| "" ti" : The Promoter: 'My dear sir it is the opportunity of a lifetime, an absolute-
I Etc. + !p-t my prfc-e. Irkkw: ork.. |"ln-"- + Iy safe 20 per cent' investment; it's a cnch-it'S-lt'l. Why. hang it I'm think. I III
Clams .
Best of Oysters J tvriiitf. ifiiH-nt w orl a !"I.| ialty.t
; Fishing, t Ing seriously of going into it myself."
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"" About three of land with 'house. Suitable for private residenceSanitarium + u>ia ave and St-ond St. ;
-' acres I = BUT Irs HARD ON THE HORSE. I.t l uh| i .\ iIIII AM MKIUl' '1NAI. I 1'SK.U. I
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"j ';:r',_. or hotel purjxjses. I ;- .. (li i'..nrat!,,; .' tli'-, \\ hi-k., ; t.. I- Ivpiiil' to an> >2..V; > W'.i'\'J'.: \ on f

> and farms ......................... the inarKPr i ; :
:f If interested, write for particular, prices t
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f' : PURE : i ,\l r. l U/\LLUi> ..IIII'I RM: >1IK1: HIKK.: ;

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REAL ESTATE i Fruit Juices j a S l NEW PURE FOOD LAW. :

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1 f. INSURANCE.UIIHB 1 I.t : \\t' a y Er i "S.nf.rlTi.iJQSEPH! ; | : ZAPF & CO.K.nr ;


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-. T, E. FITZGERALD, President. BERT FISH, 1 Yiee-1'resident. I: | j r I '

, CIIAULKS; S. HARRIS; Secretary and Treasurer. + ('Of. I;Scat- st and nrangc ate .,: Fine Job Printing at Gazette-News office r iI

"Ah, Reginald, dere'f nothin' 'like drivin' behind high iteppin' t'orougk*
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errrybottiel i ore ": 't i i'I' ; I" + \_
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The Wooing of Carlotta. The Adventures the initial "I). J." ore stamped oa it. I:: ,

I I Laok( for the Jailer I.lhetuy other =:

Of Pilgrim Joe i I sort is n Ira tA.I. r{ Miller=S rohm cfl
CO. pleas, mr frand I am "o Wu-
I CONRAD GROCERY SAT weesh are BO you sharpa tal me' Rat erlean.to oJ..- I their M.r contents tattle have and vinegar l teed; euiptie'l an.l! other'' of :: _

its Gl' I know dat you weell I oinlra*>tan'. liquids: substituted. Protect your>el. '''1.
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An' baycause you-rrTe eo rro-irt Plays a Game of Poker \Vith a Human; Successors to
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There i Is no graft about the at'! -\ ta- : 4
I (Successor to h1. Conrad & Co.) : ask you look eensMe my heart. Hyena-Mayor of Dog Hi3: tor. It Is straight: fo\i first and! I I. t. :.: i

Per ecsa girl wan time I meet Welcome Him.Copyright. The druggist: win nth gals yon t-> take> : &
.. PECK FOSTER.
Kes call Carlotta. ()h. fo eet. alleviator
OM Crow whisky in i>Iaee of my
Carry a Full and Complete :So: Koo-1 an'-w'at you (";..11.1..ar., :
Pat evra time wen she tea near.AMouph i* a horse thief and a swindlerand :

M my blond' ees jump an' seenff. [ INC. by McC1urt'Phillips&Ct>.} is inviting his[ own doom. :{

I Line of f Plain and Fancy : I am no goat for an>theenit. > stayed overnight: at I'o: Hill When the mayor found that I was ;::
But Jus' to w-et an' look at her.I :: and
t notta speak I notta Mir. 1II.\I I ! said that l.c li.iJ
I am frakl dat ref I say : I'ain11..\ iatur. Ue-i'le as an honest man and ;
How mooch I love she run aray.Wat \\ini.iii:; $lu at poker and tips' Inure only l been testing me. Haunt (' ite>i a :
wan limo she (*s tat' m -. "J,, '. I -.,It ht
_'in a lx ied! dinner at the t.iveru. ;
i vr. GROCERIESCLOVER You mak' m* sek: jou ar so slaw!" l.y biz: In-ttin luiiiMt'liii_ on;:,my when prahoppcr, I Mj"riiil n oat f rlite the ptiblie square :llI.ll.tTt'ro..llII> w..r- I .i,.' '?fM.Vfff.'fWfWtfffffff.VfW. !.'.. ...uf!,.aw!..,o. !uliwil..!,.n. >r...wu lNe NtrNM

P..t mak' me *a r.irlottj ee!I no lika me. ... iH- -..::::
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1I1..IoII'r of the lir t t one ::an
1 po anay. I am so Ww. l>ird< were sin;:inz their ""'I't.to..t Liy'a.tic I with! ami 1 1a.y : .NN.NNN.N....NNO.....Nii.......
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5 An Ihoonk an' tb<<-nk. "\' ..! 'Pdl td,4" Mimnier slur warnutl np my Unk.an to double tip rain .
i ; BUTTER. CLOVER HILL iburb, I th ,.-nk: ".\1.*' All richtt the I lot z:::: ):H'\'U. fuller th ve ,'iniimI i disjniiM; I knew at outs IIi .it I I'"' t ,f!
I hat '"u r t 5W'" ft tunight"An .
st.is' night t (to where theIves staters sanz anal I whirled aud I ''mayor wa" ln-liind I the ;s.ime I. _'.? .t' Square Meal at a Reasonable '
she to me with me. hut I Iwd n-) >liv.. : ; .
11'\1' an' wen ron: "8111' to 1IIY-.I'lf: euii
The Conrad Grocery Company .: I reach an' crab her roun' la w.o-- "He Hut bath a heart in wliMi th..,... While I was Teriuz( : to drink the cal i ,. Jo to the PriC'1-1
.t An' keo$' an' koess her *n la tale! whole lM.ttlm,1 forfeit . inn. of
tents
My heart era jump. my Hood ens srrngI I la no Kiiitv; "iu ovtTfometli :1 It:" a j: *. ; .
=* E. T. Conrad ICo's.. old stan.I. notta care for anythet'n And al..i: if one finale: simsm of pain followed I 'i *. CITY HOTEL. a
Hut evra time I geese a keess -IIoiu'My i ia the lest IH>!M-.V. lout a j was seized by nuinerni- b.Ui-N i and | 1.
Her leetla treat fo "DlnsV: IK:*' ,!-es. pood MZ.-.I; roll L.-l-| h a critu-r to I..- thrown into a h. rse |IlItII.1 unit 1"'aul"I" .

.*. >* *.* )k )k )kf She She wsa seraph pat my so nO rnaJ.*e. she.*. ixwch my: my t'y". holiest., the sport of the | oi>nhnv. 1 au ...,.. 4-1 Oranice .Avenue Daytona t..

I run so fast as I can go. And further in u'3in: and asain.::: an-1 when c:\hau-t-; j ''
ILl),'-L4' I !see she hate me so. "I jet u" lift up the dt.wntMddeu and I i-d at last I was wrderetl to h-axe tov\ n 4 Where lOU are sure to get it. ..: iGEO.

So dolt ets why I am 1;., Mue.Now. f-orr.T with the surnTin\ ;: r <. |1'M--. in a hurry. I went but as I drone |I, / J
; ix ..f..|*t* .... ..i. 1... .... .1....... ....ss.. ....*.. tr pleads, w'at am I poirt Jo? I alons in tin* darkness it mrtirred to III"I : "

}:h' Sur"I weed do anvtlieengYes. to say to myself: / H. MATTHEWS.1 ; i
te I got price fur di'nion' -ens.! I j '___'
lalh Hear -
!I "He who is honest a ion t.14044wvbb .
You want me buv wan right '''':l\ scietM-e. but niw and then it may l I.. "i ...NN1....N1NN..N..NNN.N.N. i
r I is Not Always Sin i All ritiht. EhV at e.'' dat )oil My! N. Ii
Curiosity a
"Sweet lady, Weep you I*! my wifT', I! ju-t as well to wh.ick, up with a ,:r.aCt. 1
Sure' I can ....). you hat my lib"Sweet (r and save '"iu.t; in *,wiu u inir against;
lady "'!"eU"- Eh? Alla rl ht. I I* .
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I speak to her df'E' vera nlitht. a+, .Joyl ; your w ill. % ************************** ************************** ;
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f' Oh. franJ. so smarta 'Merican. I That night I slept the sleep. KI / 4CORDIALITY.

% It will pay you to investigate I knew d.lt'OU. would ondrastan'1 I' shiu-riii and the just on the prairies. I J co.'lhoUT. CUISINE. i
-T. A. Daly. in Catholic Ftandar.l anJTimes. i
anil' an hour after sunrise I came to the i k --
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:; : the prices and quality of our A Lone \\..... I l r ;' 1':1..1. The pionwr lad taken. a skate ; :ar ,/ ThEGABLESt t 1
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"What was the trouble with that rntoiuerV" *- iiti-i; '.-ft a ;grass widow. >
i GROCERIES ake the florist. i -.-.irliin: for another hus':and. and : :
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NOW OPEN.
... uotwitl.! twdinc dilapidates j
"Mrauted to know >iii -tliiii.ralwtlt my ai'g|
that small .l.int." re |la-iniu. f .-li- Io ..ke century
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i We can save you considerable I I>linl thv a"?i>taiit. My. I voimia to coi.1 l hr ardor b> reI'erriiii i: S. H. MOSELEY Proprietor. -

h"'hat11 !Itr"Well ;: to my M ",..Willi Isle; in Indi41 i S

I he wanted to know if !it ;ut.. !.ut it was a failure. I'inally'lie; ', Jauie Situated on Volusia avenue Rates on application. :

5' : $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ o would Mourn wLen it was! a Imuflrcd <- right at ate with: t near the Halifax River. Table Board a Specialty. ,

\ year old. 1 saW It wouH. Th-u he ":lir. do you stern this loving heart J i

asked booM it was an-1 I toM him L ,: ord..n't yotiT j Ii ,
1I It two ol.1." I told her that I didn't, but men- STANLEY HOl'SE in connection house.
I was years i : run << as a rooming
CARROLL J
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I \\.11':" I i tione>l fifteen or twenty difficulties in r< i
tie"People wouMu.t rtliv way of our getting naarrksl \.n if R f..k..4X114 k.kJjY. ...i tF1'k...iil1 .....y.N. 1W Yririsr .
\ z "lle sai.l be gucsse.I I r '
it 1.IOtml.Inl I t : ', ,. \: 1: we wre inHine !She' said that love I .
wait to iU
I see I w r.!Y- ,
i : The North Beach st Grocer. ___.:. I II ''Im'lu'r..1 all difficulties and that I i
: "HE FOl'n1 KS I" I-*' If 0"\, WT ..
<(< Loire of IS tls. HAD m&ht;: drive my outfit into the MaWeand oftR4tttttttttttttttoeatt >lteteattte.a.S. -. .....
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have nsked a great puny. .IMSthroiuh uo to pli.win;: and ,,onsider all i 11 .
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j Telephone \ o. 1 IU. I..f.'. Inn '.it tits! -..IIII' t me r. !. .tnrsti.niettl.I.. When I d..lill"'l!! site t ;
qneMiou about how yon ;:r>t yn or I '

...............*.................................* 111I..n" }':' I II Dtt-nl,,T that 1" |I'r rant I'p-iit: i"U w..rld i"ld't"'t..1 | '-lwr:...tl me with toy in;: with her ton!:- : QEO. P. JOHNSON : j
a reasoiuMe\ nt'-'er Hit ; heart an.l to thinsnleu whowen
I "Y', : nuswerod theex-l..<. al"I4..1| 11 ..
r;; "P.nt you Lave managed tolwAl on tit .. I ov r." 1t:1o1io: They didn't render any : a .
..> J and to enjoy it." Jext before reavliiiu the r' tTTi-'ins I j jIrnnr o|>iiiion nu tiM toying: tMi... hilt'' : AND

'" r. .................. ..HISSSSSSSSSISSSSISSSISISS11.1 I: "1 In'P 1xp1ainin;: I..w y.on g.4 I "ilh tae (Ieiubte. name I tamea'nn 1 1'.1 l tpitih inime and hammer v CONTRACTOR BUILDER, :y

: MALLORY : wealth i-n't :is I bad, ; not won\.l.rinr: bw +:* a human hyena Ijrius .'ii his fare | me until I was an irf j.-.'t for *"'10' : :
4 you let it get away.: "": -letnt'ui: Star. I on the 1.1':1O": and as I tulle*! my outfit mtx'r.ition and was laid up} for tlie en- + (DAYTONA ", FLORIDA. aa :
e It i
...,. .. awl asked, why be nurrem! be sat up '[ Miinz fortiii'-'ht.: Ms-k the letterniefitof !
t.ln.d Reason.I and whirl thw tears fr.m his eyv aa-I uiankiiKl awl always have an eyemt i
: LI N ESfJ I : Kstinmtps: Furnished Short Notice. :
on
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: i : ate.w answered tli.it a wait of iuiw rt: l.n'k. > for the rrerlu; awl downtrodden. I l
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k .::" --=- who Imihxl frum Mi**,mri bad ( ..11I" l/nt it i j" n.. ........1'. Human nature sj-ems' i I .
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:;J : 'II- j SPECIAl PASSENGER-EXPRESS =: [1 i ll! : atai; and i-roiioM-d. a same. of |1".1.<1' all lutlla-ser nntil yi.u get Inflow tbesorfwe. I :E ..
or' .
f. rl.f sot the outnttiuc t-f the iMMtbeii Then you find 1 the $guile! and'! I .I All work done in .strictly first-class
'I ,;. ,,"4- :.- J.. for the winter. a manner. :
: E V STEAMSHIPS. I In .- '\. '. .I Afriea with red flauut-U tbe th>rn* awl have to Use: arnica a .
i I t 1ij \ i Tin hyena bad been worry lus for IWO iwtinv, y"or pristine beauty. Hie ja''t"\\ .
.. Largest and most thoroughly} r I'oat't.'lIil'I>f..1 I'aernger "r..alll"I.iI' .n thSTATKUOOMSAKK ""I, ,". :, Ee-E-/; : .R \\ wk f..r fear the Iw-atliHt wouldn't ; wbk-b niran>-. that no square taau gets I su.rf. .S lf.aYSe11f11sae11tklrt ************** ft**********

:f :O\l.nrnO\\lll\li.: ;. ,:, ,'CF' ',.. P '". ...:.. t* sullied. ant it ":Iii with gayety in i t a sqnare *Ieii 11.. M. Q f.\H. I .
:- : : I rosiTIVKLY (;r.UAXTiKHon : : ; i'.( r ,: I II | his soul and ttmukf in bin heart \ I

1 I mportant uPM. amps' as tat<) mi.,.t:* will\ i* hold M r\Ir'/'li i I .' :-"Ioij: that IK- sat d wn to .lay. Finding the j % ..inl
: the number of berths, or the .. ..atin: capacity of IMninz' HalN. thus: in- t;'......' tf_' __ '. :,,......., .. 1,i' other\ mau aa aniatt-ur at the u...>&.' <<<;..c whiz. oW man you're! a I'' 1 .
all individual !'t'r"i..an.1 attention. o I. 'f' s1. : ?ani(\ Iw wont in twin a bOBdn {
r !luring paseenpers wrrvkVbat: > 11"mattt.r": '
Bond Lumber
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,;; PASSENGERS.\\'E JACKSONVILLE: : E\ EI'.Y: TIirKSKAY.S : 0 _'_ I : \ ;-i l Isdt.i ..f tlauiul risbt: .* tM reel Icehaul | Itrowne I'ull.tuitu I. ; Company \
in loriila} Tini*.Fninn.; ) ; _, } ,:. "' ,: .t .... l ala t
'f ( S'hetlule of i-hiim ''ti S\ :: \ four a r LOWEST R.TETO NEW YORK .\XII1.1.. 1'OtTSORTit.: e : zt.; <: ': when III" !"IN.lonnt took l'la f h- I II j i MAM.FACTLKERS OFROUGH .
... of wOnienltrowneSo-- :0
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; SAIL the .
IncluJiD J..Iiothtfulll.YLWIIT through
at I Ii
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}, ;;.. 'i \ 1'ownl liiuiir si uofi vn a xtraisbt | coal Loe.! -1'hibidelpliia 1 I
FAMOUS "SEA: I ISLANDS.: ( i'i I 1 i iami ; AND DRESSED :
lln>li. Hi- rca! eland out to a d"lltr.\\ LUMBER ...
-."% Through tickets! sold! to all :Northern jHiints.: For full Information # lidiif hisorrtr au : regarding attractions offl'J't'olly no other !line: diagrams] ; : reservation! .. : n 'te5it .; I .

.:. t. .: tickets CHAS.etc.. apply DAVIS to L'14 Wt'Ot. I Hav) ,\to.t. :0 :,,11'' '".. ;. I ,.." :-" '__ .,( (,. (' on -the nUiiit..i"i of 111 iflBiT rill him and a outer moral gain let-tnre* of I "} \.the.>ryl.o alr.ly is.uhHui telling exactly
... IIInda. I IIlIfl"I' T.'lId the r".I"'U \\ hy 1 1'ui _uin dinner ashen apiH-aUil t.. nn- to c.-t >' will do'It are eh-. .h..i t<> offle. j
a ;! yon you : t
"Dt.J:14.'I.'unnU.
:{ Florida' P8 "'D"r .\&; .. '' mil 1 t.\iiiiinit- in *Jfr l- Office and Suds: Fe+t fns
". .1"a'l 117 don and i t\v him sb lit felt .
f :: in ;;II( % } n ; ;: a oc Rall.. and Orange Avion .
1 Geo. II. Clark Loi-al Agent.; Daytona Flv : y
1 : :01.; .. .. "II..f tIe nu.Idt..! "trei.ht: ch.'iu1'i'at tliat IY' vidfi.v tuicht loE't hit silk i if .
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.....................ti....... ................ ..Oas ,, "Yes. answered:: the cntwlulate. : )iltI.-twndMlll' : .ltlantlcCeastl.taeKy.IOntllessoulhofJecksontILe, .
i Y --. -.jr. it's IH- -HIM': t.tilr a | be tri.-.l it :1:':<1;ill. and his bart wa -\\ what will you doV : .
tialamaranntanfordBranehoftL F E.C.
Uy.
# i'.ivywvisht: and 1'lu'lily a bantam. I iaeICor. th."" .> ht>ath 'H' who! would 'i ij "I don't know yet" Wa-himrton; :: Jj

: I hate to sbiver through a hand winter If Star i I Phone 83 R. J. MALBY, Manager. i

\ll Itounil the (1.>...... j nothing was done. Tiider tbeir.Mii
"< ;r.tuili>a says Lis stay iu the n ..un [ tatic"". and always bavins felt to |pin> I I'nr/lrr for HIP Roy 5 : t .. .. (...... ................... .. . . . ... .

DAYTONA t ..iud l him tit, ;g.>ud. Ills! rwHB WM. i the bc>:itb('i of :allountrie -l'i-luiu' F r" xr'v f T* 5

fe ru-ht: off the |piazza and 1"1.lr ae.ai.I !,' I Aratriea. when it conk. ,>e .I.>ii.- nt'.i-: HSy- C's.. 3?* &jKi t

1 I.0r under his window until ill bonr: eat too liearjr a fluant-tal in\ tlllt'llt. I rj CX Ny vv.. pRj r

j TRANSFER, > "Hut <- >uMu't be sleep after the 1m. de'oeiid*..! from niy wsi:.on. and l \. .- -viUl -ill/ McClellan Edwards
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>-r \\ ,'lIt ToUtl'r" were soon" ensatffd in the .intrt; ; '"- j

: \'.. A< soon a<. the lover w..nt t.> the!same.!
i and LIVERYC. r. { IN-.', tits children got |..**-IIanr"* ; I soon bad .-iu: .*. to I.-!I.rte 1.I'! tli.i .- 4( Manufacturers Qf

W--U1V i mirrprinic lUau had .1 way of piltnni: :
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C. E. JOHNSTON Proprietor tbeari!!.. and when I \t a. "uritl.at li- r Window and Door Frames,

-:;:'- \\ bY' had cheated me four or inr tiit:: .i-. I tdr.ti... ,L- z I
r.ithrr. ';ift T a l InUit !JK :IP-II for a 1 hardened hart m.I".rlt..1 t<) tin-
I have the Best Livery iu the City whim lute drivers familicnr il hall .. 'Uh.1n ay : r. Window and Door Screens.
i IMIO| 1.11. !MW it i I" I why i.ractw-e-> of uiy uutoiliy .11 iy''. In my flu
<.I. .-!ilAjvfin J r roads.l>..-k for tLe Silver Tii If.,1 I Hig<: youth a lijrbtiiiui r.1 I 1i...lii had tiu.lit:: f
j
,E l 1.1.1"- > in \\ hio-h one bunt? i me a few. trw-k. with ,-ardt! -> :!I..j iStI instrunht I'oU.i lil I t ...i 11,1". )'ul.l.l t ..it; n r' 1 1-\ .i/lil' tr >t;> .le. I'riuk"t -
; I tt'C, la- when w
:S..n IKiHM't aiDK (0 I '
( a life'Jonmey.. and1 n.v :
1 'Phone 27 Opposite Public School tiii.l wliit.: wv err lotikins for w ?"t.'j' them to l.....ir. I dealt tinorr. ,-ra: tnt- lu-tln.tt-iK Ilaiiil Itflil.: N""t'll'.f'tir! t lot 1'i.nhVork..

r hunt.: -1'e.raon's. Weekly. tee a flush and myM>!f a full lii !iand tL lx Ui...i<>n I'nrtiiturc) of any kind: ui:-ifcto onh-r. rbMirn. Srtttvf -

'tj ign it wannl the vnkWof! m p br.-irt: tJ .> StMfe Tl.k,.. Etc.: Twair'... and Scroll Swaim.
t sure %
J ace the smile that'-an.l-. his fa<-<>. Ida ,f.
,. lle whet he ill .
Tb(>rf 1 a's :11t'llth-r.o.
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; opened the IN*, and I rai>.tl him Hfj
Necessary as the Keystone debt ;tlIin. raised ack. and we b:1.1 tll!:;. i to it when ( \y -
I j c are inak'np strictly high-grade
I "Wliy. hltoks quite pttwper'tns. .= .' : I ;
i- "e lioth stood i.at. Notwithst.iudinwi : .... '
pm"ling. he has and" : .-' -. ... I
suit '
i to the arch i is good) l ) t" ratll- That'- nirv now i what he had Mid atumt bean: ''...:111..1 I .Iti.t4.: .. ". II I

.. :-T-";'- : tation and )\rf.t Ualth in the !homo !; "YtThat's." IJaltimorfiuvritiu.why I fay be n>n t be inItlit. out fee prefaced a wad of'tbe needful 1..1.lla'i tit 1,01, } I.., ;..1 ,' ntn;': titan I Moulding for interior u s e. .

R' \ t J Hun no risks hy getting inferior apparX and defied me until we had IRaup.:> 'Ow to kii.'ily. r.;."\f a little: tone suitIlarier's'
i Then I ('al1etlllim and raked in the halt

",:.'' ---: .. i atus and bungling, .i indifferent <.r careless
+, j X"'f--...... '" ,.'-0 :. :, "J : work Lei-atise. it's a hit rheajxT. I, 1M>..a you oin cut my hair without makI & : cent of the 11I.,1I.wnuhl W sent to thebeat.heu Star) nail II.* Kirn.
: We ] ; of 8<,'ton; and that all the witiUT with tlu object of giving satisfaction. Ask for what
!; f--t: .1 : < charge fairly for materials] and : 01. I 1..k like a lo1a..t(1 iUvt": Mir"ii: t.-r Ttty arm ,: :
flanueU should tie medieatwl.
: \ .1. .; I vrcrk I B arber.diitideutlyI-it will N a pr'tty F.-.end a. :littltfit! a
: because
:
not atisfied
, were > .
tput
i I was Eoiiuc: on tll espresniy treat Etrtim h. gr..lb.tl at It you may want
UitBruIt thing t<> Uo. out I will try.-
t_. 'a: i_:: .' .. -rll in anything hut the l lst.. l P.t t.T our '| T.ippintrott's Stag:ziue.o !II gratification that I had been ch."
J:' ?. f, hill than tile huniMe instrument to !l-rinu tti'!< .,' I ., ..
l a larger ( IH; fr- 'Ia d']'?< J lor and r
::; -. when the 1.1! __ .. .....
;;. \ f'lIo. Tor j flannel wcafion at mt \ > i. -010. Estimates Cheerfully Furnished.Look
\ e inipliilnt. .
.\ druggist. .. ... hyena pre-ipitat.tl himself upon IIK- ;ld'. emied anal -.j'.. .,, Iiiklarv '
e \\Viv > n! "!j.i* "fill! \\ ith"r tit'Olt ,
1; : L... -. :'. ;=--J .*..'." :".?,.,! i-! l.iw\-r and I had to thiht for my life. ThKtnistfh .' a C t rn 1 : .' ". ,: 1 1.

J. D. Carmichael I ,"'r.-.1'1 .. : was long and fieri"e. hut l 1
"! > : :: ]Ill! \ :.m. "II1' for the !sign Oil North Hid ewod avenue
F I ,1 1 1, : .',. 1.: -' :r-,1] 'T :>.-, "'u. ;,ltI.1.! ]I.-. fiaally got in one on theiut| of biff Stnnlyd. to'tak. ','H..t.
hone \o. 61. OA btu and h h lniul.eretL While be was
oj 110\a: TLA 1'\: '!'''lIf n 1'l: ,! *
I Tiione 12:* DAYTONA) ( ) FLA.
l -- -- - - : i' thin oeeapied I took my departnre. ,
.: wpiu3:] my bleedic wise on a tuft of
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r ;grass a- I "',"1.1.8 I looked Pack over

,I luy .houl ft' when I was half a mile w- .+-i !.. i .-55 !.! .+!.i.a.i oi,i'i.i: !..!I!':! !'! !,,!...i.!,! !'!'!" '!'! .! .! aiL.Q l
ir.v.iy and saw that be was still lying

L wh re lie fell it orvnrred to tae t j say ,

: LUMBER I I to"The uiyelf world: is made op of those who -- r: I DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS pro'f

have uo imile. but at the saute time .._. '. / ...
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rwry motber's "on of them will bear ".. ; f E. DILLINGHAM, Proprietor

YELLOW I PINE Framing.i Flooring! Siding.} wntching:' 1'I, nll..T STREET. NEAR FREIGHT DEPOT
CIa i \prof-willne: into the town 1 was I

i Ceiling and Finishing. 'elc.a5el Uy the mayor in person. He : -''.... / I ; l\I.\I\I.: : i:| SM-: :'\ 11.Etl': : IITKD FOR PI..tNINI.1111o: : : R&S11iINti
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int..ru'ed' me that this was not bin'! \ \ i iII I i : : II K.\F.I: > WOHK OF ALL KINDS.: 1V'INI'(11'IuIR' ) )

Brick. usual! habit. &t he was a critter tfeit I ;. n.nll11.: :: : :; IoorTonE, : FRONTS.:< 'HIFXTERS.: nH.
Lime. Cement. felt his dimity but that it
: : seeing was
AND \\II\ :XITuIK.: : GRAI'6ETS,1'uii'Nl.l1r/l.l'11Ni with Plain
\ooJ II... lie had dep.irted} front( his' usual IIi : rarv-!
G'PSUI11Vall Plaster .. or lapilot. We slake the I'.l-ST: lorLlIIStj-
I ereJ f iir<.-. l tried to show I him that I ap-I]i I
: .Al\\a\ I'.njrl.t: and :Smooth Either Pile
or fynrwnNo
|.r.- "I.id; the honor and all went well "I near knew ,,;irl sot ufWf'JItlhle

< ': Finishing. Bevel Siding uiit.l he au.ge.ied that in selling: uiy .flattery a. )13 uti." Advance in Prices although material ha gone ap from 40 to

: CYPRESS I<;-n: alleviator I raise the pri
f Shingles. Lath. \ ;.:;T. to :" wills and Whack lip with him. i iI c "1. and MouldingsTHE i..j.i !'!'!' '!'!i'w'!'! '!> '!'!'! i@so
I L.1.r no doubt that the l-eople. would j! to take kysom' on the harp. -l'bi18df'i l

hav Purchased at the prn-e. a* there ', Itrla 1're01t.f .
I BEST.NORflAN. bad I'.t-n an eyi l iunof the measles iu |:i f

I I t"wu and the patients wanted. s'u rtL.iic 'b Ahlf'tlltl! of the Tul.le. I 1 O O O 4 p O O O O . .

to l"r.tnl' on. but with iodimvi- :: .
"I wafted ten niinnt fur a oar: to-( IuJ' I
S. DAYTON t.-iti iMiruuitf' in Iii} fa.t* 1 aid the ,:, ."
tits landlady was ayine. "tid i Daytona- Company *
'tIt"n.y.r nay. 1 wish to say right here to ten It )jKto...tl me without tt'JPI.ilJ:" I ,

p I.ul.lie., It was afterward "",-:1.1:: that tLsbabirnally
i MAdNOL1AAeanJF.LC.7ip': : 'J 1 !1"' standard pru-e of my I"ilaim': silent! man lad; to'n havfnqunuanal : PURE ICE ;
I'a.n Alleviator "Tn-em:: *
DAYTONA FLA. J i .irli!: ..
PHONE -49. 'ult.r wtt1! I.i": .tl Ill .
\\ ::1"'I: !t'.1: :n l.'il.i. I.-; ,. I r"1 Made from Distilled Water.
use aI.. : .. roo" .. ; ;., ,: :, I : :; :' !:;: r. ;:Itro': ; :l : I'J\ ;
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( i. : :;'t : re b. v. : I I. artory C' >rner lailr; .ad and Yolusia avenue *
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EVENTS. Lads was down :
I from
Jacksonville When you want bargains in 1 I Geo. Pitcher, of New Smyrna wes HAVE FINE J. DRYDEN }'ot
: Wednesday for a abort real estate or to rent a house, see -
I on our streetsVednesday..
visit.J.
Rush at the Hub Cafe 107 North
i; FIRE
' has not come yet; E. Price. of Columbus( Ohio ia Beach street. tf S. W. Rowley, of San Mateo, wasa NEW QUARTERS. NOT GUILTY.Such "\;
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early neit week, .
visitor
_,Ti Daytona Wednesday.W.
building LOST.-A Stilsou .
anxiom to au addition to his residence wrench. Finder It It It
We are open
-- goods and wo know on Orange avenue. please: return to T 11 Fitzgerald.Roy E. Thomas made a but>iue 8 Three of Daytona't Business Firm >\asthe Verdict of the Circuit EXTIN6U1SHfRS 1

theta MIa trip to St. Augustine Thursday. 1
:
to nee
,3nting Kur e\ery "dollar"spent you LaSha has a Urge display ad Have Moved into New Rooms.All .- Court Jury Which Tried Him

free.ii.. 11.. ROWE & Co. get a chance., See Anthony. \ i in today's paper that it will pay our \\"anted-Second-hand roll top Oreat Improvements., on the Charge of Rape. Reduced to ;
readers to consult. desk. Address II. A. B, Daytona. I
The Ellenwoon ferry commenced k Daytona ran boast, among other Most of the time of the circuit court '
"dollar"
;, spent you making regular trips to Daytona I x' Mrs.r.: B Stout, of Trenton, N. Charles UcN'ary and James Car- things of having the handsomest dental last; wt't'k.8S taken up in the trial of

i: See Anthony. Beach last Monday J., arrived Tuesday evening..: Mr. nell were down from Ormond Thurs office in the South. The new suite of two cases for damages for personal in- 1350. 1
morning.
;1'iidit spent a couple "I l lJfrtek Stout has I ctn here for wmie time. day on business rooms just opened by Ir J, II. Pierson juries against the Florida] East Coast
Melbourne, Rev. Mkkler and wife spent a in tbe new Conrad block having: this! Railroad Then suits were brought by

at few days this week at Deljiud. the *New sto\k( of i-omliN: jutti retened Thou Nesting and daughters, distinction negroes injured by a wreck at New Until Dec. 15th. I

1 forget us when iu need of guests of Judge and Mrs. J. Lee -back nod side combs also Ruth and Irene, \'aultln r horn I>r. ricn-ou lias a mite of four connecting : bm>rna in March, 1901. U.M. Dennett, "

jwd E0N. CLARK.J.H. MtCrory.fNW Hair Barretts. lhlJ.: 11. CLARK Palatka 'fburbda). rootn. beautifully furnished of DeLand and Frank W. Pope, c-I .
t4 I with quarter sawed oak,leather: trimmed Jacksonville, represented the plaintiffsand nIT:, Feed ,

a' : Pufilv, of Miami, is I t line of fancy stationery, nateneH. Mrs. J. E. Hush and children are Mrs. E. F. Abbott and daughter, I furniture with walls decorated with Stewart &: Bly appeared for the defendant D LI Working-

>e rt fe* das in DavtonaFT |* tablets, etc, latest styles at visiting with !Ir. Rush' father, Mrs. Roberts, armed yesterday from handsome picture* and burnt leather or- i corporation Constructed.
*"' Barnes Novelty Store. Rev.:. W. nninrntc, with Ml\rty rUb! on flours In one <>f the cases a ,'C'rdicfor $3000
butter. : Rush, at Poit Orange. Covingtoii, Kentuckv .
to-'RJrchwobd's and all blending in a harmony that H was returned against the railroad and in

-. ; last week Miss 1. O. Feaster and Miss Con- The monthly gold medal drill was J. E. Chandler, of DeLaud member very pleasing to the ejc. : the other verdict for 1500. As usual, Onlr machine in south
Yinzant spent
t' rad. of Buck Head. North Carolina, held by the Halifax Rifles Tuesday of the Board of Education, was Everything is new-modern operat-! we presume, the cases will be appealed.The equipped with Insur-
neinDeUnd.p.viwrida arrived ing chair: instruments cabinets and all case of the State ''S. Julius H.
East Coast visitor
Monday evening for the evening. The medal was awardedto an Wednesday. ance standard test.
llanlins of flartow, inter appliances for dental work.n electric Dryden, charged with rape, consumedtwo
season. Corporal Hawley. tTake a look at the fine assort! plant for operating, heating, days and resulted in a verdict of not
W. Maxwell ligltt-I
of her son,
inest *Fresh cream for whipping at Order your Thanksgiving turkey ment of neckwear at the Ladies' ing, etc., bill be added in a few guilty. Address Box 99. '

Milla Ice Cream Parlor. at Birchwood's Furnishing Store, Roxby Building which will make these offices the hand In this case the defendant, Julius II. ,
.
< New York is somest and most convenient of any to Dryden, was charged with ravishing an
_: L'ofliuOf I American La France
.,... Miss Donnally of Palm Beach, The Snowden Furniture Company L. B. Knox, of Bulow, was a busi- be found in the entire South.M. I 11-year-old girl near Oak Hill about a

: tbiW. Daytona arrivals. who has been the guest of J. II. has opened up for business in the ness visitor to Dajtoua yesteaday, year and a half ago. defendant was Fire Engine Company !

: Ier will rotiie next Monday. Heston and wife, returned to her Spencer building on North Beach and favored the. Oa/etto-XewB witha I represented by Landis L Fish, of De- o ...........siti i
;". 1. H. Aulttnan, the liaburda4ier who Land, assisted by Senator Cone of Columbia
home
tie* of box stationery. Tuesday. street. B. Z. Snowden is the mana call. !
"': has occupied the corner room in the county. The witnesses againstDrdtn :We are offering a model modem real ..

f:,: ;!l'. Hisiivs, the Dmggist. $A six-inch, hot air Erieson engine ger. John V. Detttiler, honorary president 1'eck block HO long, has ino\ed into his were members of the notorious deuce in central location on Ridgewood F .

jpioit is back from his complete, in fair condition, for Mrs. C. R. Oliver and daughter of the Florida Fish ColD mis- new quarters in the Conrad building, : Clinton family residing; near Oak Hill, at $S,0O.,
;; ''". ., .the north d.ia sale cheap. V. C. Grant, Daytona arrived from and has easily tbe handsomest: room in two of horn are under sentence for aduelling Daytona Real Estate and Insurance
apeDt u. an Rahway, New Jersey, mision, was a caller 1this office
Beach. tf. Daytona. It has: been fitted up especially house arson. Company; C. Hams, Secretary.MISS ;
to be numberedIonisns. Tuesday evening, and are again occupying hursday -- - ,
t again for the requirements of a clothing I Landis A. fish, the boy's attorneys,

0"; W. A. Bea Dar spent Tuesday at. their handsome home on O B. Leach and wife, ofVa-- store' and u \'ery'on.C'nit'nt, with i made a magnificent defense and fought KATHERiNE A. CRAWFORD '

.a DeLand on business. Mr. ilea Dar the peninsula.. ample shelf: room, wall(' and clothing : every inch of ground. John Jones, thestate's
?: Jl Y. Stillman is the will soon open a dairy at this place peton, North Dakota, arrrived last receptacles, the whole finished in pure attorney, fought equally as hard, Teacher of Voice and Piano.
i: y tf (iJ of A bouncing baby boy, born and to be for *D. Monk, at the Curio Store is week and will spend the winter in white. Mr. Aultman can well lie proudof but the character of the state's witness
expects ready business Studio Clark's
Studio.
r morning last. Congratula- the first of next week. now open for business. Full line Daytona. his elegant new quarter es evidently did not appeal to the jury, over

of souvenirs, postal cards, view which brought in a verdict of acquittalafter Address
[' IJM aw in order. Mr. and Mrs E. R. Bradford, of or phone Seaside Inn, Day-
Barnes sells Flexible Carbon books, etc. Give him s call, next to a few moment's deliberation.-De- tona Beach, Fla.
jkbwliM. l of fancy china just roof paint, stops leaks and makes Anthony Brothers. Evanston, 111, arrived yesterday and Another very important <'h:.nge in bu. Land Supplement. -.....- -..

jwdatJhrnes' Novelty. StoJ'P.Ddlra. old roofs new, at the Novelty Store. are occupying their home on Fairview Mne, w circles last week was the opening -- --- -- ----
: Drink Tetley's Teas if you avenue. of Ceo. II. Clark's jewelry departmentlu&t ELITE DRESSMAKING PARLORSThe
K. L. Smith, !IissjiiiWi
) Brevard County wi'.l l hold a wet want the best. 25-4! Saturday Mr Clark has fitted up HOLLY HILL. Misses and Turner
tad Claude Carter drove Sparks
i Mrs. Geo. N Chamberlain and
and the south room of his building, formerly
dry election on Dec. 18th and
;1i ik kHulI Sunday in Mr. T. C. Rainsford has again opened daughter, :Miss Jessie, arrived Wednesday occupied by Clapp'.s pharmacy, and has Holly Hill, Xov :22-A. V. Putten have opened a Dressmaking Parlorin

.4 tlai''gutomobi1e.kndzy' the vote will be canvassed on the "The Western" hotel on First av from Joliet, 111, and are at. moved his entire jewelry stock from the made a business trip to Jacksonville last the":new Conrad block. '
:t 22nd, and if the county ia voted dry week. ( .
old room, therein. The new room is
This is low
enue. a popular priced home on Magnoliaavenue.A. .
TOURPATRONAGE
was one of the prettiest all saloons will be closed that night.;( fitted with elegant wall cases, round The Sunday School was held at the SOLICITED.
house that has enviable
!fiijl; of the fall season. The weather gained an P. Roe, who hails from the front center show cases and workbenches residence; of M F. Blitch last Sunday,

'VMM balmy as spring and every- tPictnres framed to order; new reputation. See their ad. in today's Waldorf.Astoria barber shop New that makes it an ideal room with a good: attendance, and will DC heldat THE DAYTONA KINDERGARTENAND

it. lines of moulding just coming;( in at paper.J. for the purpose Xe\illell. Clark has the same place tomorrow.
York arrived
out enjoying Wednesday evening
Wj wts ,
S, at Barnes' Novelty Store.J. also fitted up. in the rear of this room, Mrs. I. M. Mabbett, principal of the PRIMARY SCHOOL.
,-Dr.F.-H. Houghton has returned. H. Schwegler, of Detroit, Mich., and will again assist A R. Edwards fine rooms for the display of his optical holly[ Hill school, was given a surpriseby

Sole I,Opera House block, tele- H. Frozen, of Coney Island, has rented the front of GeorgeWras duridg the season goods operating rooms and work rooms. the pupils one day last week in the l.cl'att'd on Bay btreet,

pbe 3 tf Sew! York, was among the Tuesday building and will put in a C. C. Barnes, the Novelty Man, The new addition gives Mr. Clark plentyof shape of a fruit shower.
Daytona arrivals. Mr. Frozen was stock of and souvenirs floor space' in both rooms for the display The young folks are still having service -
,Mn.' Digbt R. Stillman, of jewelry I Las a display ad. in today's paper. of the large tock he carries at all Sunday: evenings BELLE ABBOTT HAYNES, Prin.
from the frozen
Kbyw Neck, R. I., will arrive in pleased to get away about the first of December. Mr. Mr. Barnes carries a complete line time!', C \Vetherelland E. A. Richards ------
north to the balmy springtime Wray retains a portion of the rear will made duck hunting to tvabrook
.Dijtona next Monday. Mr. Still- of novelty goods and it pay you -- --- a trip
-1I I.ba'seen here some weeks.Forvevery Florida. of the store for his piano Lu\ineRaJ. to see him before buying Willie, How We Miss You\! this week DR. W. A. GOVE,
Both of our grocer}men are sportingIne '-
'
"dollar" spent yon What is Lily Water? Call at Bigger and better lonves at the The Gazette- ews has been A deal was consummated Friday cenmg new delivery agons. Dentist.
the electric light; plant. of last week concerning the proprie-
( Daytona Bakery.A : Mrs. Daniel Clifton and little daughter. -
.get a chance. See Anthony. crowded with job work for the past Halifax'
torship of the Journal Zelu who rela- Ofhi-e .
visiting and
were away : cor llxtgenood Volmia
Geo. H. Gardiner has had a new Mr. and Mrs. Hall of Mechanic game of baseball will be playedat few weeks. This office has just received whereby Poitmaster. J. Ml folly becomes iv.e?, have returned, f !

porch built and cement walk laid burg, 111 came in Friday of last 2:30 p.m. next Thursday at Harri a fine line of new job type sole owner of Florida's ftepubliran or- C, \. Gould's little daughter Dorothy PHONE: !89'

ti front of his store on South Beach week and today will leave for ilait- son's Park between two selected and is fitted for doing; any class of gan, W. II Stevens retiring who his been ill with bronchial

I reel It makes a big improvement land Ha, where they will remain teams It ill' said that the teams are work in firt t-class shape meumonia, is much better we are glad DRS. ATWOOD & RAWLINGS

TETLfcY'S TfcAS to say ___ .. __ -
about a month looking after the matched and spirited i Da22 -- _--- -
evenly a game f fI
to kii property. Robert and William Miller, of Are for sale by Miller-Strohm Co. Miss(i Carrie Mablwtt is expected home
shipping of oranges from their is anticipated The proceeds will \ )r. .\tuoodnoffice, No. S Rfdgpwood.r .
; next \\edne!:day to f'llf'nd'i Thanksgi ing;
jlL Ella DeVoy A Co. can furnish Sarnia, Canada, arrived Wednesday Oonrad Grocery Co., S.V.. Car- I
.JOT with every thing you desire in grove. I go for the }benefit of the regular evening and will spend the season roll, Daytona; C. C. Totman, Or- ''I with Rev.her E.parents.W. Butler, of the Union .RanIingvolIuvorerGille'a drug store .

, iflioery. 244tMr. For Sale-Rome, Passo, Admiral team here. They are oil dealers and operators mond; J. Williams, Seabreeze.2V4t I Church, Ormond, will hold services at .

' ; ;' and Mrs. A4 II. Kling arrived Schley Pecan trees, $150!! ePrompt delitery.HANKIVS. I of that section and are nephews the residence of Edwin Peterson, on the C. C. BOHANNON. -
and apiece, Nelson-"the largest nut in the Druggist! of Mr. and Mrs S. Mills, of --- -- first Sunday in December, at 2:IX)
Saturday evening are stopping the orld'-and Texas Prolific, A Token of Appreciation. clock m., Sunday School at 3;00 Physician and Surgeon.Office .
p.
.: temporarily at the Hotel Despland. $2.50 apiece. E. N. W ALDRO\. this place. invited to be
: If you are a hunter and a stranger I To the dear people of Daytona who p. m. All are cordially over the Atwood Pharmacy,Beach

'Tkey will occupy their new home on The Lane Inn is in these parts to the haunts of our oFoR RENT-Houses- all sizes I have done so much for me and mine, present.! street DAYToNA: FLORIDA.
Ivy
Magnolia avenue.William resented popular in our advertising columns rep- evasive game birds squirrels and and prices. See Daytona Real Estate 'I words cannot express the gratitude I -- ,- TelephoneNo. 74.

other animal objects that bring: joyto & Insurance Company, J'feel for the kindness shown; the many Business Men Will Ride. '."
::: down horn -- --- -- --
of that
i McCoy came today. Proprietor Foliz, excellent C. S. HURlS Secretary. expressions of regard for my brother,
Wei York the latter part of last hostelry, proposes to keep the hearts of real sportsmen, it the beautiful flowers and the tender Through the courtesy of C E. John- E. L. STEWART, M. D.

week, for the winter season He the house up to the high standard will interest you to read the advertisement The Four Pickerts Comedy Company words of sympathy from all. I cannot ston, of the Silver Tipped Livery, the

,. hasbeenincommandofalargeprivit. attained last season, and will spareno in today's issue of Ditson with new plays specialties and thank each one personally, for there arc' IIUoinc: nun of Daytona Mr Johnston will tenderedan take a Physician and Surgeon '

& cKenzieVllo will put you on illustrated songs will fill the week BO many Helen Douglass DelCofT ride tomorrow. Special attention to blaemaei of the f
*yacht in northern waters theIst pains or expense to attain that invitation to the buMnes men, whichwas
uminer. end. where game abounds. of December 10th at the Opera accepted by a majority of them EYE, EAR, THROAT and XOSE. I
Cottages For Rent. Office and residence: No. 101 Magnolia
House. The opening bill will be : to to Port Orange and ,view the new jcorn..r
y look for Xmas go Palmetto avenue.Telephone.
the time to
!
{tPbone us your drug wantR.RiUIS :*:My old patrons will find me Now is "Oklahoma." Popular prices. Seats liingham. Thompson offer for bridge and other point The part will 82.llasB ,:. :

_; the Druggist. ready to do all kinds of dress making presents. We will gladly lay aside at Atwood- -Pharmacy. on and, alter. rent three of the most desirable cottages leave the City Hall in the handsome M- -
in the south side of La Sha's any article selected now, so you will :, on tbe peninsula near South ver tipped rigs at two o'dCl'k. S I Wright H. B.Wright,Jr I
-It.:and Mrs. Frank Webster and North Beach street. Call and Our December 5th. -_._---
store, be sure to get what you want. Bridge all conveniences in plumb- ----- - --- ---- WRIGHT & WRIGHT,
t9 children are daily expected from give me a trial. Satisfaction guar. stock is new and up-to-date. A call Rev. F. M. Dowlin, for the ,past ;

: '&I/mia. Mr. Webster it will be anteed. 25-2t L. H. MENDEL will prove it. year pastor of the First M. E. ing and including heating; linen handsomely and niher furnished Notice to Sportsmen.Vi AttorneysatLaw.Office .

,Hoembered' purchased the Hen- Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Reed,of Hastings Gro. H CuHk, Jeweler. Church, has severed his connectionwith Price wry reasonable \ offer our ervi'es to in Telegraph office, DELANO.

"dricki Beach street adjoining the arrivalslast that church, and last week left - ---- --'-
. property on Minn., were among desiring guides for
--- parties
The ladies of "The Philanthropic Cincinnati where h e had a callto
the building for ,
Peck-Hendricks and again home S. H. GOVE -
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Saturday, are Club" in- Notice of Annual Meeting. deer turkey or ,
Palmetto hunting
of tbe
Branch and Mrs Dowlin had ,
on the north. for the winter in their residence at preach. Mr. Notice is hereby given that the annual I .
,vite all interested in this good work, made many friends who were exceedingly meeting of the stockholders of the other game.Vti are equipped AWHITMT ItULtiEn AND CONTRACTORtlvnc

'1m. M. F. Cowie, of New York, Daytona Beach.Mrs. Hull They and were daughter accom-, to an afternoon tea, Saturday, l>ec- sorry to have them leave. "Moundgroeolu Heed, Knox A. Reed Co.!' 3,Count will he y,Florida held at,, with tent, teams, uoddog's .. ? and office northeast corner of

wriTed last Saturday for her annual panied by I ember first. at three o'clock, at the on Monday, the 3rd day of l>erember,,, and know whereto Ridgewood and'oln..la avenue
of Prior Lake, Minn. Miss At the funeral services over the we
Lorene .
rifit to Florida. She is stopping at Palmetto Club rooms on Orange 1906, at 9oM.xls., a in2t
Schmidt's Villa and will remain Lorene was here about three years for the benefit of the Col- remains of Captain II F Douglass I I.. H KNOX: President. find the game. Address 1'Loue 89. Daytona Florida
avenue --- --------
will be remembered by Wednesday afternoon Dr. Houghton ---- -
,utli 1Iay. She is a pleasant ago and ored Kindergarten. The ladies are or apply to1)ITSON i
very D. D. AND C. ROGERS
friends. rendered on his graphophone, Ten- The bigge! \ you ever got fin
M estimable lady and has many much in need of money to & MCKENZIE,
manyfottcfo
very "Crossing the Bar," whichwas jour O101lC'yThe Iazette-\ew; Pic- CIVil. ENGINEERS
in Daytona. JFor Sale-Two-seated 1 trap used carry them through the winter. njson's tonal Edition for 25 cents FK -:
$1C5 will sell a particular favorite with Captain '
fifteen months; cost .
) DAYTONA and
4 For Rent or For Sale Furnished for $75. Apply P O. Box X, Day- t Agent for Barnes'Leighton's Novelty Souvenir Store. Douglass This was followedby x @I xC.e'ie.v' m.! -@M'J "(!,'( @!' !-':!-'f-y.f- -...--!.5'C'5'- .-; flr( (' '! ) MIAMI, FLA.

"- J home on Ridgewood avenue is postal card at the muffled notes of "Nearer My

, cof l& most complete houses in tona.A card from Ed\v. G. Harris con!I Today's Gazette-News contains God to Thee." i C BUTLER REAL Daytona Office Established 1875.lJa'tulla '

.t1!city with every convenience. veys the information that they are several new advertisements The Mr and Mrs .Job Wilbur and I i. ESTATE. J' and

fa GEO. H. LUDWIC. pleasantly settled in Denver. Mr. Gazette-News now enters the home this daughter;( and )lr. Wilbur's son-in-' f Cottages For Sale or Rent. Phone 234. j I're&bing f

Several Harris says: "Denver is a beautiful of nearly every white family in law, Herbert W. Rice, all of Providence ., f DAYTONA HEUH, .....ORlu.1 .\. .;; Cleaning Establishment.
bad Beach street
holes on Its list consists of 90 per ...' !.. !: Zaiies and Gents clothes cleaned
.1" ei' }
but section Ii 'iY.o: ( (: press
is Daytona I. arrived in the earlyin @ @ @ i@j'i' :
been city in its way as R city
.
B filled and smoothed over, subscribers, a -- ---- ----- "I and lje'l. uslsnilressrnai"ng.1MNJA1'IN .
V Denver's beauty is almost opposite ofDaytona's cent paid-in-advance the week Mr. Wilbur has rented] .
?there are still many more on and record of which no other piper in sl.II.I.I.I.I.u.I.I.I..I..I.I.I.IsI.I.I.IsI.I.I.I.J : : DL: LYONSir '
wide clean streets Barker's
one of Mrs cottages on
JW* Street, and Ridgewood avenue at Volusia County can boast-advertis- and will remain ; IVadi: St. (Kajtona, Ha.
lighted Magnolia avenue
beautifully
ttfaofcesuon of bumps from one fine stores electric lights, but 110 trees ers know the difference between for the winter Mr( Rice after a I J BARNES the Novelty Man -- --

,? to the other. If the streets are night by in the public paid-in-advance and delinquent subscribers few day's stay hire, will return this < !

tej: fixed np for the coming sea- and no water except home at Providence THE FINESTB0Bs

.5Owistirneto"gethusy." park." ------ SELLS EVERYTHING. ,
-- -- --

J&member the Daytona Bakery .j.....ijW...***M******************* *: .; : Kspe 'tally stationery, r if.limp Takle.Crockery.,

* *ttoPply all your wants in the : Olasbware: Iwnej! ('wll' lates. Souvenir I'oht -

-*** eTTline. t11eY. *f ; : arilTalking;( Mulunes JXjlls lo\ *. an-1 \..tiOIll. HHt)l MEN AM WOMEN i 2d, :

II B. Gibbons, pastor of the LILY WATER
BARNESWill ,
in located -
buildings Daytona
& tist Church, has started lIE I have to offer one of the best constructed T lie Best W.ler for T.bI.c.. / I

in church circles in Beach Street; Lot 48x150) with 20 foot alley in rear. also frame jour l'ictw'es sharpen jour :Saws; ELECTWCLIOHT/
S
ton weekly4am in center of city, on Etc. and will I
by publishing a I Knives Scissors. Lawn Mowers, ,

of the services and church m This property is laying 9 per cent. net. Terms to suit purchaser. See mei | repair almost anything that is out IIf whack PLANT / !

.*|BU for each week. On the front 9 *

NP of the at In Fact for Any Want, Remember -
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Appears a neat picture - -
: crcJ The program ia printed once.'V.. E. THOMAS. *
A.L. Reid the Tailor
I( Wy Saturday by the Gazette-News i U BARNES j
.
Real Estate, Insurance and Loans. | : is again at the Globe clothing store
.
1 $ THE NOVELTY MAN. CI: and to do tailoring -
Two lIE I is prepared: your
1900-7.
i&aRent-Season
THE EARTH. f fjMU DAYTONA FLA. :: first-class shape. Repairing and .;..
T famished cottages, 7 rooms and lIE "I SELL : 40 South Beach St. m

&i electric lights, toilet on second J : PilONE! 30. : pressing a specialty. Give me a ..

p stove or furnace heat; tele-- : call if you want rood work. ft
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Address.Daytona.any agent or W.l"J ayiUMMtlLM S .,.




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HEAVY RAILS. I; REALTY DEALS : OF ,EVENTS!',/I Lard is no respecter;

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t ; Sole Agents for H. \ : f. v. I .44 A I I
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Crew has been at' Work all Sum mi Extracted From the Books" of Record On 'Daytona Beach at Fifth I
i S. & 1V\\. Clothing. I :
Putting D
Steel.-Interesting Work. I ous Transfers. I January 21-26, 1907.

i The track laying San'; of the Florida !; eLand, Fla.. Nov. :?I-The following Bdv'iIJ J he found the lint t.f evtnts: i

East Coat Railway has beta at work aliI! transfers f-f property in and about Ihiy- which ba been i5su >d by the Florida | earth eat nourishing and healthful qualities clCotloUne. y
summer taking up the fiftyix j_)und | tona hate bwo recorded in the office of East Coat .\utOln bile Association for one on this green can Y

rails and laying eighty |pound rate. the Clerk .rf the Circuit f..urt at IV- their "uorU-fi'r<. fifth annual r'oroi j lard-soaked food day after day and not Even pie, that nightmare cf ;

I e ti' They are at pre* 'nt working between: \ Lana recently: I I breaking, t'>urna>u<-ntn the Orrn nd- feel its ill effects eventually. You may dyspeptics, becomes easily digestible whea ..
New :Omyma and Titu-\ilk. ; J. R. Berry, guardian t.. ('.-ra .\. Ross r.I tQba -a'b. January 2l-;:+;5. I'H)7) Coltolene. How ;
with
It L quite| intrrotiDC' to MT thi \ Sll.iO. I..t 14 t. K. L.."d'> Nrn Sniyru. I I Hmrin, tn tht a i i-hc,. ,.f n..nu...-. I Ii have: one of those iron-cl 1ad stomachs made many people ; i
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body ..j dbout righty hund.- making& the i I JUtalH't' diner tpf rially- to many <-f which will prove unsusceptible for a time, can eat lard-laden pie? 0 j :J

r .hanut "f rail", IL-pecially: .*. "a*> ihUt ; .ir., II Ludnig tn .Vitiu Stnluni. t2d. I the entrants in the recent I."nc:: -land Ask regular for a t r
grocer pail
.. but the hog-fat and its accompanying your cCotloUne
::1( .. d.- Miit< 1_ made tlir "..rk m..rr ,. lot .t. bH-k. 5.1.tfchriftV-ul' > l.! .'. l.Mtk. cup rare. tb- sucMtion 10.,." .i.Jtlol a '
f Uip'" \. Tile in a r.iil j.- :laid in a |pl lat<- ;' :;:. HudjcenuuT Iteytuna. : hsg.dt l taiirrriit to tn1 l.wgrIIII-- st indigestibility! will do its work sooner or and start tomorrow on the way .-1

tl.ui: > ii.tiigtxi under the rail. K. that incas D. Hoes Adam to Hartc Luidtniuii. i idi.ctaDn: nf JIA> uiik-. fbb rate mil later. It is an absolute fact that lardto "lardless cookery." It will insure both1: i

ail tnt bolt break the rail arc $505, i..t..9 and 1O. Mdr. Ormund. undoubtedly result tu al rn''N1 for the
*
I. and family better food
and that for yourself your m t tit
; t.f..J toeerher and cannot wine: jpait' Julia ]Miller t.. Charlotte Edw.... world being shattered for the ttrocntorjr simply bog-fat-is indigestible, ,

____ II I;: Jl.W. lot :, Mock 1. sub lot ". block I mark, as thepe'I esi.P'teJ on is not fit for the human stomach. better digestion and better health. j i
t I iS Hodnma ', the beach win br nt.rvr l<"i mils per : shortens ..f.1
food
.J Daytma.Frederick I CottoUne
; Wedding Ceils \\ ill Kin;. CottolenC, on the other hand, is made your tad
blur the" .of til u.ilfnt the
T. Eul.uuk- hi Mama tbaa :aterage:
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t j jI inn .tiu< >iiU ji tli" ... seed oil-a lengthens your life.
> t-iu > approaching I Thornton. *2.tn), part Io.t I.: Pt'Ditold Vanderbilt nip r:& Hily' the very from pure, refined cotton
marriage ...f Mis* Vnt na M. WVth.rfil. block, Onnond. I jfrt*'& nat-lMOr' Mill be txj..,tKl to'take '; product of nature which is thoroughly Try it according to directions for a' -r i
daughter Mr. and }If Wm. W.-th- .
I j part in that ray nitd a-I iiiuttr ii j jj
Diet L Hu-N II Matilda Lastingrr.
frt d. of Holly! Hill, ... 4**>. E:. Smr' -. t" j j of fact ia tilt \liI.lO.-.puli.c llM-iuite Pup ; palatable, digestible and healthful. No few weeks and you'llnever f
t ..t :,. F.t>t'ia'suh.! in KiDPtun tract. ,
)f lln-t.'l. England. have lx tl ivUrd.The [event afc+n thfo'nit'" week un tt.e -amecourse. other shortening contains the digestible, go back to lard. :
It'I't-IU"UY will tak- 1.1...... '.tli. I! I-t.at tlw i. .' .d! ti,l I tr I I \\ ill Build ;>ew I5oat.I Following the f.r"iui.r mode by thee ;:; yp

par.ntit H..Ily II:: MiV.. : .. ': Florida Last t
I :M <"y Brother "U1! h rtly Uin tb Cua t AutoniobiJe \C.I.A. >
'. : . ,11I1'1.-1. ,.. .. COTTOLENE was granted a GRAND PRIZE (highest
r a \ Hill, of bon, it ba. definitely Uo-idrd the J'/.a./ r
< >-tfuetM.n at hilly a ut-w | .
I' the
.. award) all other cooking fats at
;.. i possible over
.f
T. frig t
t h.-.t: f<-r u.1* in their bu-iiw** neat < ;&- and date fur the different days event. > and food cooked
Louisiana Purchase Exposition,
---- -- i ... that the Htbli will understand! 'II recent
.lfC n. Thj- "ill \*- built like a yacht M> | <
with COTTOLENE another GRAND PRIZE.
Copyright lc6 by .)l.4 n Ilium: I' h. I f nil! Titfa.. i 'In _ill l lit' eighty fret in length eleven t uhut day and at |4at' they will IN- run j

hart Schaifncr 3 Mr. >1:1" U- .-. ..y tt.:.i !J. : L..I.., f t U.itii and will t*".. .il! uith a >'?i... Tluucuorrjj; the qui tiua a.t.. und !Iidl < "Homt Helft" a boob of 300 choice recipes, edited t

')Iii rill:, IV.irli! -t r....* ', .dr' d t 1"1" .,;Iftr :'"'ta.d..rd. 11 itli !. .0 f the tx-ai'it 1..111..- the lii,t duritii! by Mn. Rarer, it roars for "Z cent ttamp if you
You'll find the II. :S.; \ .. . addreu The N. K. Fairbank Company Chicago*
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\ : : : ":. i .1 -: f t.e: totinuiiiteot, x+ taaa fi.niierly the:

H. Tuxedo suit IWI'they're I fu,., t., ... : .- I r .a... ****. A NEW FEATURE-The patent air.tirht top on tlu pail U for ?
t \ : t I : > 10
I l1ELP11URit11'loI. .1 Eatrier, the of keeping COTTOLENE clean fresh and wbol_;
;:;><] I'LOI'LU ra1In will Uuplwlttred. -: "UUUM-l with W. J. M'Ttan.I [ purpose ::
f in tit 1- I it also it from absorbing all duafreeable odors of tb*
quality prevent
perfect I Bretton Hall. New ,
\\.lIr.l 'r I .. i I York at r..t .n .{
ro' a' tr"::: r"n jrocery such a* rub oil. etc.Nature's
tailoring: they're all M..II.mni.rli. '1......I-n .ln"-.l.-- u ..-"or. _r,.I.ar.-. ..r_ ..'.iu..', ..,,-, .and -nivking. ... rr"riwin. i-r an :anti tneWE S unlay. January I., K ao;.
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fi wool and the gal 1'1 i... on .1:1.al1..11':1 R .:. ",F. \T U i, K VIhi .. !' ...' --- \.. ; :
Ind..po ,. Gift from the Sunny South :
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them. !..< 'S Ala. LIST Or E\I 'TS.l .,

I ( Ala. Bus. College. Macon (u. r*t llaAlonJay.. January 11.i I.

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DR. HOUGHTON I.I:' .it..f.1fl' .rnr .n .>. for t-! Sir: TI."nLl' I IVwar wrl l'.. r

t : DENTIST. ', >-'i.ampl'. -lup| tr..pLt| I.nIi' 1.-'hl- r. -
Y I DOIT AND DO IT RIGHT. >-J luc>Jay January 2!. 1, K 1.. t.rr.'y.! \fwt"ii 11.1[ -.-. m' I 1 it t

\ !. \". II- 1 !lIi...*. --tandlCtf tart all
- Office: Suite. Ojvra IL"u'" HJ! j K. t" ili-hat tt. lubli'! t; J E MOVE .-lui- of ga...lmrran.anaateu onnfrto -

Phone 3i!. I mtk a uiiuutc. flying tart, tirive.No. M- I
,1 E PACK i .-.r- X -;;i'.ln rbaniFIoci I 15,-5 miles. Undifie; Urt, tour- :

r IM .0\."t .art 3for BlSTEWART ( -y .It in can UesiCTwJ! for four pni+, .If t
r ;: '>" ,.i. ight .4 1:;&) lfc ted aV,ve to and inelwiieg '-
:t t KFURHITUREivGOODS -1.tJlJl'.
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.: !..rt. ,.... So. 16--'JO iitil,r>. uring ear intbanf ,y r ft .
: LAWYERS.Office ; i EVERY DESCRIPTION I I ,, <- >ioo>bip. open gal}' to j .fc

ALL GOODS STORED. IN 6EPCRATE ROOMS. *i ..aiitf tait. tourt I I tint thr.e raw in e%.t>t.< :Nand >. riy

!ID Bank Bui1Jin 1'LL.tM. FL.
.:b: Branch office .::1 ULLUnLK pnU JACKSOMVLLT.FLA.n .' --. lifted at S1.:r00 vr Ie-... MOG
PostofficDAYTuN. .
over Tifth 0. )-Fri" ), January 25.
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' i > Bule> toadiof tart. all
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,< : ;U--. anuihrur. uwttei t.. duvf 1\t't1t: ,b\.J.-J irtaren t Irn.ard and ..,. }
". .". iuiie. Dying tart world's I D.I .t"f1a.

,l .. .j.; :,hip re. ord ra e. all flashes. No. 1>-lu roily, LoidKg ?tit, all .: b OC i .

y3 \. '' 5) miles. -tasdifcg ttatt. t-.ur- claw**, amateur owners tu drivr sirl

p : Lend L Us You -T.- -.. T-J drivr.Third .
Eye cars desnied: to carry four wr more

Day-Wednesday, January 23. pa* ecgrs. listed at over S3. IJO. H

:No. '}-lo milee. handicap ill dai .sI..f
A.:1cnt: # to finish at Vrm..nd."fpt

7F! it.t N"12, whu-h will be run at i-,- touring u r5. Four failings Each Week 't t
.,1 :No. ;:1-1\.11) miles, tandi; start all: j t
r WHILE YOU :Oo' : .r Daytona a." 'ooditif'lll! rnty 1g
.. READ WHAT WE HAVE TO SAABOUT BETWEENJACKSONVILLE 'J
d3&'ts for the :
> :.-itr: : JenrableN Minneapolis: i&ter&a*
\ '. 7 miks, Manditg Mart, with tiocal world championship. trophy; pret- : and NEW YORK. Jl J

a .. tarn at 10 miles, all chases cf I ent holder, S. F. Edge. London, EagUtd. railing at Charl*ton, S. C both ways t,
.... L teieetn I HE: FINEST: STEAMSHIPS IX THE COASTWISE SERUCE.
PALl \:: ':al1 tuuhog cars; fint three tinr Thup man: >e woo

t BEACH ..-:..- .- t.n repre+eat the United states inrrutional obtain rof' moLent po&s' "ion. In ri-1 The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.MP.ECT I-
'- touring: ear .h3mp...nc. the Dumtd; conte>tants e\ctd six. :
M the .are will U- ft.utt'done minute apartand SERVICE BETWEEN :

\ ;,),. '. ..,. .tandUlgt.&rt.. with the winner sill) l t
The Most Healthful :.. t .r.it !.' n..lc: ". all ciHHs of tour- time instead of by p\.*ition. I. Caiiiop; at EASTERN CLarWton Both POINTS.WATI.

i ki .: j g ar- tn ai'.de of the United Sixth Day-Saturday January 20. s1Ln;-WEEKLY SAILIM1S.SouthtounJ : 1
-...'>" fr'.' 'z.-: f.i'her To
compete X... ?'_-ii' > riiiks. standing start internutioDal. From Lewis' Wharf RoetoaNorthbound :
t The ,'. f t lr.t..I' ,,'. !.,"'. :.r. h..mpi"o4ap. I : all ciao.!' .\: l least MX! From feet Catherine Street. .Tarkscntillf.
t' Most Beautiful \" \.f III .'t' J'F'F
n. : "v.ig:: : tart, entries atd f<.ur starteror r.o race.Ctee : .
t I ;. Ids.: .. .;. .--' turn at live mile' and'e" felleen' I CLYDE ST. JOHNS I RIVER 1 LINE I ,

: I \. ter'- .II" ..,. .11'.g, ".tart. aUt miles thereafter. III ca-e the number of ;j jro&tet&&ts
AND Between
JacKsonville and San ford,
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ext't d sis the "arilI be
1: STOPPING AT I'I.TK.TUR.. ST. FRANHS. HERrSFORD: 'ftrl.iynl) .;
; \" II ;" &brMtII started ote minute apart and tie winaer 1f
rlJI. ,
: !!: f and Intermtdiatr landing on Si JOHN'S RIVER [

.\ The Most Fashionable ,;,11, :. r I..r :. ':. ..', \\n. r.. toO dri... i if by will pn.ti be determined o. by time in.tead !;i Steamer "City of Jacksonville" and "Fred'k DeBary" r

\ U -. r ,:. rr> :agtart.. tam i. I'I..jnt..1| t.. -.ail follow .... SatunlaTI f:
as : I..aJa. k .rn :i iio-; da.if! "" tat
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: > ; \1011. run
: ; at :t.3t< p !'i. RVtnrnlnj?. "UavSanf...,,l. daily t'x-rt Snti.la.T! at'H: W a. m.
; 111 '11n: :
'L! f.'rm' of tiiiie triaL The wiener I \ --- -

In All ::. .--. "II.I.J.r -.1.---.s.f; I2;"J I Smtb Rear 0.KotinJ..e I' SCHEDULE" I ".ReM.1b-b..a l-_ ":
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R'esort :. .m ;., ur. I Irate :<:*) p m .- _Ja< k..tDvil'-' ::-.. -..-... .-......... Arnye lW: ..Iiif

.I Fourth Day-ThursJay. January 24. i iChas. Kost (5)pm.: f : : : :: :::::: :::::: : : ::: :::::: ::: : : : : : ::: ::: ; : '

America.Daytona 1.. \. :..- ." :..L:-) ..' .t.. (1..I. t.. ,,>, 4 ''n p m .""t. Franc*.. ...... .., _.......... j.! iOpmlt0
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t tt { .'. .. ., .t.t.! v.iti.tjiui: ; ];, !Ii.it I.t.: trrc: .--'t..an ... < :..... .:...Sanfurd f..nl ( .7: ..::- ::: ::::::: :: 9:30am:: p m
t Lt : :;. .. } .g ,:.,': ...: ...--- luiwlam :::...:: : :..::: Enterprise: ..:_ .. :. _ILItOam, 1 1CES

-- - -- 11_ iASESGEr_AS IIC!EI: OICE: 122 V'Si JAY s:. Jj:!s !}LtI.
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has its flood points andv : Painter, Paperhanger' r1 I IRfI,\'IO\' lR.: JR. Awt. . Fla t
;it I of a olitirr'iitor.but art ; : 1..: > JI.I\: d t :'1 -b I(1..lyt'> t '.:'1" Low Tile on the Beach. 1r. rI i I'INII'Elt. JK Frt. Ant. f. IV LoVEI.I.. S''ftF
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we feel i it mr duty tOt'do. l.lljt' attention tv t !l'.t -- : -- 'Nt Hoiran Strwt. JakM.n\iit. Fia.
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} fact that to : : ; \1: 'C p ATe A pI' : \ l HVtMUY
t return :North without i.-ii I Ka: -t n l'a.Act. New f ork.
resorts is.i to have h'iny'isit the ikiecn. o: \1-\.I .\'.ld: and Decorator. CLYI'E Mll.NE.: Jn J 'ra, Frvitfhtp! : >' : NVw York

which} :is missed halt the value of your trip. \\ t'"t Palm I Btv. :: TMEO. O. EQER \ P. and 0. M.
: I situated on the famous Lake lit rt1} :. ... 'i,ir ,: "'ti.ivr, ..T- Nnrth IUwr .. .
i below the frost line 1 Hran.' -1 h. II) Cr..a.iwaS V<* TOL.I
: the ver heart of t lie ai .l.; ; II : P. O. Box 61. U.YTO:\.\. t=LEXECUTOR'S \.
+1 I pineapple I --
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'f- City of Homes. 1\'ouIdrft'Oll! idS sonietinies Umen ealieil ., :: ;: t ; ,

; also been called like to own one of the horny: !f ,,\ ..: : .
. the "City of f ,
lowersIf .
: should vou do n\t want a hon.e \ NOTICE.
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J! !;; pie have least colic .Inlt see what beautiful homes other Northern ;,i 1 > J : I In I i i.-y J--: "'-'- O'trt : ; ;
in the Tropieal: South : : :: : !
1 f 7. l I. The Royal Poineiana.I t lie largest* i : _, r ; f \ j I..n.1 loth., *Ki n.a.t..r* f .: .. K.-i|I I rSMe\ CigarsHave

r- I, to Sl't' hotel in the worki. is alone \'. I Tcomincj : .. tatof 1'hari1t'! AL -.
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addition
\ to this .
the n..lJ. J'a..1
I hundreds of live oriuinal alliikitor ()CI.:, v.- : :: .. \ ,'. .. .-. > riv: .' ,
alliuators and : 11 -. r-'y "n that tuiil -- > .j!
erix"odiles. the ostr'eh' 'ar'or "a tId.I : .
farm the : : .'..., .
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OIeandl'r"l'nUl" :nn. \ *\ J .. .. ) *' t t. piiinV'l; !1.y tiie 1"1. Made
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tJ.; "foiu"ia -oUDt )Frida :i-
., : ---- jt..r- of tt.. WI:!; 0: Itlarrd.a.I. ;- \\ A- :.' ...!
high and dry I the : l'll schooner wreck. u\is. A v. i. and all .'trdttorrt.: ...--. i ..
r J.; ; on sands, are but a few of the} wonderful sal; li 'r.t '!:>*'' and all: i*>r *>B" having: :: '. arm'
t 't.
can hunt. fish : <: > ... .. A
i bathe I play golf. Bingharn&MaleyCo. "..L a-t "ii'ltat I ar :. i j.t, n d Reputation of
or watch others i ;r
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; in the actvh'le; .
; leisurely by anti .\ '" .. < prv-r.t the 'wine t > r..r:: I rn---'.-i--)
enjoy the unsurpassable i .'y inth<>nt;..a>.l within ..
; ;af --nrr'ri'rn "
lll'kt'. >
i 'I the weather bureau station t. the -lupitcr! light !I.< -":. I If i I ; : I''mf..rt.' f:.' thi wireless ..
telegraph station a i p'nv: \ .. barfd.
i\\j\j
canning factory the \
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"' I waterways, etll Florida last! Gist Canal innumerable, :- ; ,. ,: ., : J ; ,.s'r ,. 'III") t... al....r. !l'at.dthi. :t-idap.lietoi.rr ,r. Their Own.
at within! : :
: ,i radius NiNt'YKLLEVKN: I.L>
of-5
i IHilt.' The imp issable, 1 -- ,. .
glades i is on our western +!x undar } u S'.i' I ri I a...t.-. ttuott.I'rr.1. '

r-i the Gulf Stream! washes > and the worki'sgreatt',4: !L'-. :! .v. ,\ H.t1toI.l' R. ARNul.l'rtiv...> b.E The uf tilt' San Mateo
1 our Eastern: shore : .ur ; siure Cigar, is one of f
to stay at 1hn 1 lk.\rh. it t may 1 cost you 1 "0: !J.II.t t :: : \., ,., ut.r..
but \'nUl'iUIDot ,:'t.nslkr'O ; -- the ureate.-'t intlu'trial triumphs of tht East Coat
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plete unless have !; : ; .1! IHA:*; First -- -. .
you taken in. pub. ict. > !ap..l. I xotkc -
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If r > to Del tors and Creditors.In I >iut-e the freexe.fruu .

f you want tu l)uy or rent a rc>(t Fi r. a (IIUUM? on tiuiak': ; 0 IY; t Tonnty J '!. -:
I <' ort.ni fn-i.t. ., .
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winter honif :1.n.1' r1 -
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a pineapplf! plantation aa orange ..ruvr. ...iu vtttcuilfMni., 1. .Qe Stat'- of F..,..-!9 :.irtade the! i'bOk. -?t growth* of tn)& ;: or. if you want to invent in any of the.. and !iM' -!r. : '. ::.- '. .tat-- ..' tl iia i ,i Fk ri.!la and the Island of Cuba ran Er..iate.. and wr.II .;-
f !!irtiarant t-il s F.-:ar of Harriet E.t1 .
i"f lI1)e tn1t'nt. writto Ii i I't.r "t'IIT "> <: y. .I' 8 er ..-a r. 'k.1.. 1 1 with the rich silky ktA ciw\a on East C.st ph&tatin.s

Vltiir-iMai :"' :...t".I..btoM'"H: ti.ut .. .. the .tear .ind-j-try of the world bas
f ''I'll if .. .1.-: nerrr prodorfd' better g v ls.
.IK<1 Ua+ t..r. ,
r r lqN lII appoint**} t > :.r > ::.tv
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i :itfV..uia.: FhirtrjLtor ; des! II For sale i all the
runty ": : ty leading hotel and club and l>y the l'NVw :\. ':
i I ; i : for e+!:\t.f;f Harr.: K: M I ,
The Currie 1 t+lt !.air iJei.va-e'J." ?t.e.d > .t'y; \C.j ''' t""mra10 i every train catering Florida!
Investment aduly .,oalilMiajchn'imc.trat'. *
Compan 1 ee t'I.\.nUl'1t: : P" we are f..:eJ .\ !+v;;.'rr. \Ja'.-. d.stnbut u:. ; TWt'lltyizt.: .*. Myles and grades to select from.k tI
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; ir. : >?.e- f acn. A jrr- >E- ha io: ,1H.ur* --r i"Hiaii'!* I Ia.i..n..t
i : 5' se' .., tbr. -A.'l estate arv r I f:
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West Palm Beach Florida : :...; -.*;: Ap-: .:.wz pperyElt' ,,t properly: 1f to pre*nt the ame d-jlv:: a'Ler.tjdtw I 1\t -1 :'.\U': I V\ ALL I .tt'.\Lt ltS.!

r. .. :ie: i : : *i -A-Z: t g: 'e satisfactua.F ', S 3.t from tbr date uttder.Lrd;. n.rL.n; :W.. j \I.Il .': (t .:---J th
year '
or tn- 'an.w: ; : /!' '
I and ."ry j..,.r.f EMMERICH" Pillows is .v..r barrel
we will be glad to t show j jI S. W. SAN t+
) OU every courtes\ \ ita-J .urt ic2 :s guaranteed to IIAKLES 3f,5.tIa f ROWLEY, cAAOLORID
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