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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title: Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: December 8, 1906
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Residence of G. B. Seaman South Ritgewood Avenue Beach Cottage of H C. Thompson and H. Y. Stillman.FLORIDA'S :

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invasion, for the fact already becomes ; pounds, and it is not necessary to wait aweek :
ARMY
BARBERS ENTERA THE PICTORIAL FAIR FLORIDA'SFUND POST CASES
apparent that to prepare the way foran : for a bite

F army of pleasure-seekers another : The tate contain unknown quantities -

: OF TOURISTS l'ubsidiaryarmy is necessary Taking PROTESTAgainst EDITION OUT. OF FACTS. of ho-phate| rock, \\hit h is proving HAVE ENDED. r

into count only the: ten greater and averj vulnable aoquisiti. to the sum J

KKK most famous of Florida's hutiilredof .. .. .. K tr. rK total ,.f the ftate. wealth It i" Used

Marshaling to Invade the State-Some hotels, 2,700 people are employed solely 1 1 the Imposition of a U.cnse Ihe C.ucue'\eW5) : I'Ktorial: Edition is Man i lour: Rev elations About the Area, as the base for the manufacture fer- Mrs. Post Pays Fine of JSOO.-Jail

to minister to the comfort of the invading : tilizt rThe .

Interesting Facts About Our Wonderful hosts The maneuvering of this: ) Tax by the Board of County :tow Ready for Deli\erv.- I Climate. Soil, Products and Possibilities finest; qualities of tobacco grown Sentence Remitted.-Defendenti I


East Coast Country. subsidiary army alone is no small to. k, Commissioners. : Magnificent \\ork. of the State. in the nited Mates: i* grown in Florida.It Say Trials Have Cost $25,000. I,.

for it includes on Its: staff seven generals 1 sells for as high as 70 tent:! a pound.
A recent issue of the Rochester Democrat The lurlx'r" of \ ulu ia ('oiiiitv ant up After months! of uiutaking lalx, the The! nantile and Industrial Review The cases of the United States against
of division (called ) thirt '-tlllt'bouf'kf't'IJf'TS Florida produces sea island! cotton,
managers
and Chronicle, one of the leading in arm against! a IIKIIS. tar (.f XT)I 0perihur Ihagllifil'ellt illustrated edition of the of Jacksunt il1l', which i< now being prepared > Helen Wilmans Post, C. C Post,her husb -
and assistants 40 thani the kind that demands 30 cents
Tip-state papers in New York contained which the (".mtitv < "iiituus- : Ga/ette: News |, now ready f.>t dthver] }'. by the irdu?tnal department of peri .nd, and Charles F. Burgman, her son-
ber maids J70 laundresses and assistants when the ordinary grades are a
pound,
>> tome interesting information concerning eiontrs it the =Noveinlxr" inn.tn.ft voteil The work is niui h larger and >hitter : the 'soib.urJir line 1 Railway f"f the in.law. the Jacksonville Metropolis
90) clerks 17 auditors and bookkeepers drug the market at 10 cents a pound. says ,
on
Florida and especially the East Coast to impost.. Th I, irbi.n had a r.prewn- was oiieimll mtdidid Our first estimate purp<,M, ,.f int"'f'tin'urtl.f'rtI: investor of December third have at last been '
,
70 porters and affiant i *, :J41 .\s:1 fruit, vegetable. nut and agricul-
section, with wonderful chain of magnificent tative U fort the nut tine or tin board was fort}'-< iitht |pages. hut ('<|>i<,stsf in the JNslight if Jacksonville, ended. after having been in the
hall toys. S6 engineers and assistant, tural growing !state lorida has no equal up
hotels and its unsurpassed rail- 1rntl:1Y'f'ning.. : ..rsjxu-e came vc literally that time oii-: }Duval county and Florida will reveal United States Court in one form or another m
39 electricians, 12 plumbers and 50 Herenuvbe ; all the fruit andvegetables
way system. That paper says: The attention of time Uunl was laUii time l bas group and grown until ui its facts |nrtnimng to the state that willa grown for the pat six years The termination -
cleaners In the quartermaster's department that to
More practice, perhaps, would facili- to the ucciisj of *2.> for aiitonx\ .biltfar- .'oinpl. teil form it nuiiiliers I'|o':. to one .t<'nish. .vin it* residents Thomas K. are indigenous a tropical of the eases came Saturday
of this there are 19! stewards I climate and the more hard sorts of
tate handling the soldiers Uncle Sam's army rvmg passengers fur lure as sane would :, Lundrcil l pa fie-. Bites s|>e{ial representatiteif the Sea- when Judge Locke made an order grant-

army. The armies of peace at all events and a.osistants.10 storekeepers and- carry but t\\lInr three passengers white : The isN l ,k gives a ....1111.| I*.ti. dis.ripttiul boar,I. i* gathering material for publication the North Three and four crops per ing the petition amending the sentence ,
-IIine stewards and assistants, the same
Isgrown on
mobilize rapidly and yet succef ullyThey others had a <'aj>adtv for thirty <.r forty. 'l! "f Davtoiia and nearby |laments and is and some idea I.f the progress he year 'an acre passed upon Mrs Post by Judge Aleck ,
Everything must be done on a huge and the farmer does not have to idle
are always at it. Even now these There being but timer :n<'ti,b> rs <.f t'irl enibelislictl ith srores..f faielrexrcutttl:' is n..kiIJI mav If !gained from the following II. I- Boarman 3 1906 i
on February by remitting :
scale in the running of these hotels half) of his time trying to keep .
armies are gathering again, this time for l hoard present it w:i> finally decide! to half! tones! of points <.f mt rest. renlrtie away the sentence of 30
days' imprisonment :
The grapefruit that the guest ate with during the winter months but
the annual advance upon the winter re take no action until a full I-onnl was und the many liautiful Iietrmres .f The nibiaed area of Connecticut, warm the fine of S500 being
paid.
his breakfast was one of -14,000 consumed cultivate his month in
sorts of the south The ilthu'ieh the ille. I tl that hay made the East: IVIaware Distn .f Columbia Ma ran crops every
vanguard u present 1:1\ (> t during the season More than the and if he Ins farm intelligently petition
'ready to make ita annual capture of the instructed not t" tropic the IwTOse until : ( mast a paradise n gin( I, It i< printed) chusttt. New" Hampshire, New Jer eyRliMle year manages areas! fellows f sFirstThat
twice as ora..gt's&OOut136.000* I he will have to sellevery
Laths at Virginia Hot Springs and to many further orders on bf'a.tate piper and bound in ('<)n- I Inlanderm. Maryland, Porto omethiug Helen \\ Po-t is how ;
-were required' Coffee was brewed three month. while his Northern
find recreation in the mountains of western The trades and l>usinesses ifttttti are \'t'ni'nt took I form with heavy plate Rico and our Titula i..lE-t" in the Pacificis over 75 of i
from a supply aggregating 51,500: brother sows! once a markets once year age. -
Virginia and the Carolina.! In afew !sum' hasa; fount} Ji'n'u irupueedagainst over, ':; 1,:21J: s.juire mile. while the arl'a..f year Second-That she u now, and for :
than 25 tonsThe A
pounds: or more acarandi ill broke ten months in the
weeks these and other hosts from everypart from b} the Count t'Cmmii..n'r! | The work is one flf the finest ever is-" Florida is :o'; ..2o*> square| milt, makingit some time past has been afflicted with '
cream was gathered 80,000 quartsof
of the land will begin to mote onto in addition to the trad<-, \' <'ation<< and ,"uc.lon the List (oit if not m the the largp state east of the Mississippi I }ear acute inflamator rheumatism in her
milk and 113.000 ( : neededfor The od of Honda ie
that marvelous stretch of surf-beaten IUUt.it'rt' 'ul.ation": o.'v f'I..1 l l by' tie 1 tat' law. Stat. anil will lx a valuable) advertisement rive, The state has 1200 miles of I average sandy, limbs
other purposes The butter used: mixed with day and other organic matter -
sand which marks: with an unbroken line as follows; I t.f Daytona and urrouiidinc, st-acoa-t: and more splendid harbors than : Third-That said: Helen \\'. PUit has
weighed nearly 150,000 j>ound-<. Eggs Rartxrnn\ I I In
of foam the eastern coast <.f Florida \ |lJf'r that will especially valual? for distribution any oWn state the matttr of navigable and decided and determined '
were eaten by the million, 3100.000tx ........ ........ ................. 1 CWl> I Iutumolilt.o. it becomes very productive finally definitely I .'
from the mouth tf the *t. John. at the amor.g northern peoCmle. : nuts and lakes Florida lifts no of the events
regardless or :
>ing a seasons supply. Of other edibles \ : hauling Im 1''ngrrs Recently large bodies <.fpeatha\e f .
northeastern corner of the state,through for tee .... .. .. ........... ........ .....25 (!N O Tit lfll'of the Ioukti'nhl- peer. there Ilt'il.g within its bound: ISO results the indictments now pending

nearly five degrees(.f latitude to Miami 51,000 pounds of ham, Ili, OO 'holographer| ,.. ..... ................ ...... 10 (M) ptacca within the reach of all, and as lake. 4J rivers and 90 t creek Florida been covered in the state' and thereis against her in said court to cease to use

pounds (.f bacon, 8,100 liverJsOOOO: Merchant Tail"i- .... ...... ...... .. .. III CH)! i islJOOO: miles than thestaU doubt but that this discovery r
an entire state given o\irto a great tie edition i* limited to five thousand square larger the mails: or the Post office Departmentin :
lamb and 3,370,500) teakpre will add ) the
hops "tate
( Ice cream jiirl t paying mmIlonwnad largely to s revenue
| if New \ork The distance from
winter playground, forming the nearest consumed- in these great ha telries. 1'or .tlior ho'u"t ..... .. ..... ........... .*> (M) it'Jie it will b D'f'f'l'l'ary t.. place your I All the grasses- used in the manufacture carrying on or conducting the busi- .

; American approach to the famous: dinners there were served l1tint'r., '. candytore 'r s anJ .t (II);, orders early, as the edition _illlo4.un I..* 1 New York. to ('hx'ago is 'J17 I miles, from of mattings! rope and straw goods nets of Mental Science, and to cease doing

Riviera. Throwing! ballat firm ..... ...... .i (N) xhaustedme Chatun'H.ga to New York is 9sO miles, anything connected with or related
other IssoOO pounds of Florida and offer
in
among things, grow profusely ,
and from Jacksonville. New York is
An to
army if 300000 tourists visits thereto under color thereof which '
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rib roasts and 151,700 sides of beef.Salt openings for manufacturing nn'l'rnsalong .
Honda eachintt.ran army five times (' for 4tMK) 'nl l- h-l mileThe di-tame from the weitcra can be regarded u an infringement or ';
Used [ ompony printing <
and pepper[ were in quantities THE COUNTY a line ill whidi theme u no competition -
&a large as that which wear the uniform to astonish; the "ouewife16OOO' <,pesfjrs)7"and: publishing the tax boundary "f the tate to its southern and sph| 'tidid prufit' violation of any Federal statute
of extremity is y.I o n.il.-a! good twodays t.
Uncle
Sam, and approximate: as stat*'nunt for IICI at 1> cent talc, I ourth That under the
pounds of alt and M.OOO pound ( fpepper j per The climate is healthful The death prosecution j ;
large as that which goes to Europe in .. COMMISSIONERSPass \ \ : d,uliU (column was accepted.H j..umt"Y.Tht.r. indictments the said .
.\ a sort of frill to the menu, of MaineMassachusetts now pending in ,. ;
of Florida lets than that
the of 'eaY..t there are 3,217'I \/:: ( anh.t'r(' course a } is no P t. H. \\ awarded the "
ter
there were served 700 gallons of ol iv es, was eon- :New orkPennaliania court, and I other indictments which

undue excitement over the coming of 6.9,000: clams and J>:Ji.000 o}>ters. Another .. .. .. ti.u t fur putting down lIK'IItIka at of river", ponds! and Illinoi- and Minnesota The, have been disposed of-several in numLerh'e -
.
lakes and 31 7lt. such acres sur
a hokt Practice has the /
prepared item too to 'be overlooked : tin i'ourthou-e and jail at I2J cents rr been conducted against the ,
way for its For its transportation important Upon: Measures Before 1 hat tody. fate every I'tf'p. was I,GOO barrels: t.f flour which f ot apectfl'Citions| with tie northern states aid Helen W. Post I,y the Federal Government p
thus wiul I give!: each citizen < f time state iitparetl ,
t a fleet of .t'an-going steamers Printing Delinquent Tax List ; Tin (coll:-ctor was leased from col- that the "
amount
into rolls bread dressings : : your petitioners ,
went pastry
and this for the dlietklth
59.10acreof land, while the residentof i in part| accounts go:>
ply regularly from the northern coastcities : Jo.ttiljl the I iKtnse tax fixed at the last I
and other good things Tin chef. 220: Let at Low figure work state has only 4 l-.. a throughout the sea>on. front New tntiting ..f the Inard until further or- fe etc. exceedsthe
cook and assistants, 5-> bakers and assistants i i is ne} s court expenses! ,
York and Chicago and other cities of the ... !{ are only .fMM.IJlIf'* acres in IT< rida I mean tl'mlJf'ratuni 70 dtgrees; ; spring,
Tin Hard if I cuntv .llImi..i"ne"" .f S000 and lU bas
and IUIIO) ) waiters assisted in sum < payment sin .
der.The held farm lands and .f degree*; sumimr, SO degrees; autumn -
north and west parlor car trains dash; the preparation and *erv'ice of the food met it iKl) .:in.l M t"tl.lY.; J TiTM-nt: 1:. I! clerk was instructed t.. order as only a ]iNrtiun < I71 a large degree\ embarassed your petitioners -
71 dtRrw*. and w inter 60 d" .
that !a uitiratKin grces
in leaving "rtunilic's -,
southward conveying this pleasure-seek .. n, Itrake.t.11., IJvland, T J. Murrayand i ratter sbelviKg for vault :1.- pt'r speci6ea-<< 'PP in their advanced years and are ;
To contribute to the happiness f j : for settlers that no other I The winters will fill the heart t.ftiy-
ing army in its pursuit of t-ummt ; J. Jordan d.'r&1 & Chairman LStngh times. fibtlj open till tontiderably indebted fur unpaid .L
seekers for rest and re'rt'ativn. 110 musicians I state offer newith jov This cvilen'-cd cacti
tan
There is no mad scurrying for tents or :im wa unable l to attend and Comnussiontr j Criminal cost I lib were f'bDL..1 and couniHrl! fe thu incurred which at y-
6 g<.If professionals, 4 swimming I I Key West Ithe largest. city in the | }earl.} the hoiisand-1 of "wealthy northI -
:
tinned goods as is the case when a few McBride wa in New } .>rk. -.pprovedtoUiaiD. ( iit of 5111.-: aad I' pnnt they are unable to f .
teachers and tlO) gardener were einploed United Mates that has railroad. i rs whomake the tate their Mtcc ( pay.
thousand boys in blue get busIn, the T. J. Murray was elected chairman II the clerk( 5trartnJ. t.> .-S. ,K- warrant no 1 I'ifth-That if the prayer of the petition '
However, this will stem l l.e remedied b} I It would be impossible for anyone to
commissariat for the care of this vast therefor I
pro tf'in is granted or granted 1 to the extent
Unlike the "regulars'& in blue uniforms the entronee .)f the I:a>t (oast line to ) Florida .
(nuHeratand <' all the good potutst .
army are included the facilities affordedby A. II. !It{) land wa appointed chairman: I The board then adjuun until Tues.lu hf milting the imprinonment imposed ;

hundreds of hotels and boardinghouses this pleasure- king army travels '- pro team of the financo( D&itttf'. '. that dty. \\"ul.lltauX'rizc{ the Jr.gli-ll language II,} theMtiUne*' of said court and

from the ten-dollar "de luxe" in Pullman coaches.' With I The buarcl rervnvrtied Twstiav with "btare 4'> Minties and3125: !: titles: to d.t so. The Granger u fillet! I
a
eight or K" id and I bridge n'tort'l were uhnut- << << dismissing landing!! indictments, your
week half the extension now in progress, lIf the .i.aoo I and towns in the state, arid Iorida 11 lays I with admiration and wonder from the
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cottage, accommodating a ted follows: II rMM tner Murray, Hybanl petitioner, He!Vn W Post, hereby promises
road to Key \\ est and thence b} car .. hei t
claim 110 i-lmds moment I. rewhcs the tate' until
dozen to the hostelry \... =\o" Brooke to
guests! palatial District : l- njiort prcwntJ the court to cease doing all of those ::
fitted wit** convenience and luxury ferry to' Havana, the soldier of the re- .. H. Turner I i has to take: his departure There is the .
every District N :-New road to Lake was granted a n..tui.iti"D There are iiiasrn Gttnt areas "f&Iua- thing ewhtre. referred to wuerein it :

for hundred At Jacksonville is located creation-seeking army will be able to go lldm iinestrawed and culvtrt CIHDplettl I for disinfectant for enurtlMNise and LIe yellow pint, cypress and hardwood-, ; tlimatr-it i* grand, the p..hnlare magI is alleged 1 she ha d'termin'tl to cease

the distributing point for the from San Francisco to Cuba by train jail. representing 202 distinct varieties availubh nifitent; the green foliage during the doing.

transporting of the battalions of pleas- Moreover, should the much talked of Di"tnct. N" '0:1." : 4 and i....-N.. report II j The clerk was granted a requisition I for tie manufatttrt flf anything I winter i:, lo\eh; the rivers and like are Ju.Ige Locke's order wo to the effect! f-i

; ure-seekers as they progress down the railroad across Retiring Straits be completed The bond of V 1'. Mmlh tax c 4- I for one mortgage! nrordand one warrant from a toothpit( k to a ships rnist lifautitul; the song! of the birds li:;- that it bso modified as to remit there

: coast from one famous winter resort tot!!1 an all-rail Journey from Tans to. Icctor for <30,000. wa approved. ':* 11OOk.I Tin i 1"' siIjilitiof the state from a JoLt""!'s theoeg cf the blizzard in the from the nprisonment: <.f thirty days

another. On one side the ocean is always Hav'ana may be possible, so that the!' The bond c.f J. J. \ inzant: treasurer I The treasurer presented Ins report for stork grjrtviLgpoint of view l'anrlflloe north; the sunshine is: a tonic free to jail. The fine being pail the United r r

at hand and boating and bathing i I dandy of the Parisian boulevards may November!' which showed a balance co : : all; the atmofplitre i* permeated by the made motion
I Is for 541000. was approval I erjuated The water is here, the grazing States district attorney a
take his ticket straight throughfor from the t the
railway Ilt'althgi\'ir.g pines
may alternate with and : I Fred l oCj hand Decemlier I of *727.TJ_ The rei aroma ; C. C. Poet
sight seeing ex-j Cuba if he The nd of Taylor, justice land iSl here, and the winters are very to nolle profS the cases against

versions by land through deep forests or I a season in Florida, or {i j the peace fur l'istrwt :No C, for *("). i Fort was examined and approved and similar to the !summers in the north things you tat remind you tf the good and Charles r'. Durgman and the came
prefers the long iberian journey to the I : old !summer time; the citizens are proi
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orange full of fruit. I warrants ordered d tro rd.
paid .
groves I was approvedThe } The ex[ frienced tock grower should l he wa grantedThe
storm of the Atlantic. prrouand cheerful, and the hum of
An enthusiastic flank movement is band cf S. Uilson, assessor! of I Miscellaneous bills against the cuuaty able to appreciate these point: but he --- ---- ary
The transformation of the entire EastCoast : du-try brings the stranger to a rt in'l:
generally executed by a detachment of I taxes, for '101"11as appro\'( t were examined: and approved and the dot' not seem to take advantage of Four PkKerts Neat' Week.
of Honda from a barren waste of tion of the fact that Florida is
the main army of much as is The bond tf .\. O Ik>tt!, suptrinUud- desk instructed to issue warrant there them probably on account ...f his nar ,
peace factor the rf time nation
i I sand and alligator swamps into the most a in commerce The pular Four PickerU Company
done in real war. The detachment is ent "f public mstru<'ti'>n. for I extensive pleasure resort in the world I II will open a week's engagement at the
made I l. -- -- -- -- .. himself the I
up of those who like to invoke an approv e< rome t tate of Florid.
together with the building of the first I --- -- opera house next Monday evening, presenting
icy shiver through on I I : The bond of L. II barn, justice cf 1 *We rradenc will r mind nit of the Chieatostotk
gazing gruesome an offering! a '
i
property
sea-going railway, has been the result of f. < Death of an OIJ Settler. for the opening play the attract- 4'
relies Vi..trid0.. for :50)
01 past days when history was I one man's daring enterprise. A number :, the peace for I on heath street in eautiful tocatmo.Large yardsforida ire comedy, "Oklahc ma:'

.. written in blood. The objective point I Ian wasapprovetlj i roomed. house l"iu..n apfife has 12,&W acres of edible: Port Orange sustained a sal hs- in
conceived and
}1. The
of Henry Flagler company i:! a strong one very
keeping with the simile, is old Fort I. the years idea ago which has added 300,000 to j The bond of George 1y. In? >tol clerk I cationDaytona. oysters and enjoys the distinction: of I the death of an old settler in the person P'lpular1"'ith Daytona audience!. In

Marion, a relic of Spanish dominion| Hondas winter population, and has i 1 1.f the criminal court ..f record for Heal: Estate bad Insurance being the only eponee-beanng tate in ,: rf Mr*. Caroline W. Gtsner; whoalter addition tr, the high-claw plays this

Whose construction I t $1000, was approved I < the Union brief nine-i at her home in that place,
:, was begun more since devoted to its development the Company C Itarris, S ercUrv-. a will present there will be en- '
than three 'I of The bond of 11 C. oolwine eon-sta I Florida i is fr | the life l,vond the lath of company 1
centuries ago, and within( millions which come to him as one a veritable paradise the passel: to on terta.nirtg; specialties introduced each I Ievening

hose grim walls are to be teen chill the pioneers of Standard oil. The hotels I ble for District No" 't, f'it *.-X( ). was: ap- man xvho loves!! to hunt and E!h. He Novtmbr The interment took imlace the

dungeons, secret pa.csages'ells; quicksand .1 and the railways! have advanced to- 1 proved.The The item in the Gazette-News lat can go gunning here f. r hear, ,,wildcat i at JareVillei!' Mrs. Gestier was that will add greatly to en-
from Jacksonville down the whole jJytr.ent of the audience f
gether
traps and all the terrifying instruments I length of the coast, as necessary! to anda revolver }bond rf Mrs t r. E. week stating that The Globe had 1 deer, wild turkey, (-.e, duck quail, I a native of Cornecticut, but lived in Seat are now on 'Oak at the usual

of torture which attend a Spanish part of the fame unique enterprise, Bond Asa nunuel 1 It.! I:. 1 Hid win andF. moved into the Conral l lrl'I'k'f33 squirrel, rabbit, coon and numerous Cincinnati many years before coming to pla"f' Mr

regime in the fifteenth centul)'. and now "On to Havana" is the watchword A. McCormick and the rifle bond If f fIX other birds and animal If one would j and settling in Pert Orange in 1571.

Were all this an invasion of troops of the annual army of m\a ion. J. bhattuck were approved and the rnislealiDcr:; owing to the fact that 1 rutlir f-h. the tate offer sport in this : She: leaves a husband 1. O. Osner. and The 1I"ut'alue you ever got for
Incidentally it has brought to Floridaa the have moved their 1
into
even without resistance, the story would' tremendous development as the winter clerk instructed to issue licenses therefor. : own hoe tI! i' :mi "''t b! excelled anjwhere two daughters: Mr*. sidne} Tuttle and your mone}-The Gantte- ew! Pictorial

lot move so quickly. Neither would the kitchen garden of the United States. I The bid of the DeLand News Pubh..hL : building adj. ininr the Conrail Hl, .,,k \ .u g..t. ti.em from two ounces t.. :200, I Mrs[ R J B mi; tn mourn her death Edition for 25 cent

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THE DAYTONA GAZETTENEWSPUBLISHED


E. FITZGERALD EVERY SATURDAYT. Editor January Chairman Botts 1 were next.Chandler authorized and to Superintendent meet Mon-- I! Hotel Despland U i Value Received i

day, December 21, and issue warrants
4 for[ the month to such teachers as 1m i ii i

THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY their reports in by that tim!. i Daytona, Florida i
The board then adjourned until 7:30: I Every person spending money wishes

( INCORPORATED ) a. m. Tuesda)'. ,F

The board reconvened Tuesday with "THE FAVORITE"e! Value Received for expenditure and

: Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona Florida as Second Class ) all the members and the superintendent s '- 4

I present very naturally go where they will ,
The treasurer's books and reports | OPEN for the SEASON 1006-07 UNDER MANAGEMENT OF J I get;;
.50 PerYear in Advince.
$1
Subscription

:. be were correct presented; old! ,warrants examined were and cancelled found to, L. M. Waite Owner and Proprietor. J i their money's worth. I am I in the real

I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1906. new bills! approved and warrants drawn: = }

for the same. N N''NNN.eNNN'NeNN ._Ne e e.Ne e eN'eHN (! I: estate brokerage business with the 1
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.........................: and is well kiiowii in Daytona The s>uJ1crintc1.llJfnt'mOllthJy! linauujlrcjort : i
i tona Bench Ma audited and apprised, :' t. + N;...NN N. N...N... ........ .. .. ....;a' il longest, strongest list ever offered in
I SEABREEZE and i Among other merit .rri\lls after "ln< Ii the IK>:ml adjvurrml'Port r !

Seaside Inn the following Ire l I .- i "THE PINES Daytona 1 know the bargains-my '

DAYTONA BEACH : and Mr. Turn Smith:; flf i
5. Ala. )Ir. smith is u prominent Orange. \ :few lloil'Uillilllodtliitoiivvtikliivy. : a: knowledge is yours for_ the asking.

.........................: of that city and is here on '\ >KK Al.\01lJ\ldatc8 5'')>. Z 2? :;rtl< a day and up. Special: bjttk or mouth : : I I .;

Ar- ill health. 1'. A. OLtarj', I \n attractive hon with large and airy room*. hot and old water I Below 1 quote a few bargains
December 5.-Harry : will
Seabreeze, I Pa.; \V B. Longest and wife, I Port Orange, December 6-Miss Du- i through (the !Iou..esulplnlror soft water baths, eWtne light! furnace : you
nold, of Springfield, Mass, will assist; Ky. Mr and Mrs B Ii Boui'Jumngaorancli built on the i iw.t I heat and tvkihone, som. of the pleasant feature of The fines are its I be interested in. "
Postmaster Britton the toffice this ; wid.ernndl1 and its Roof Garden where have fine of
in po .. f the River I you can n view : .l
}l.
Jack -n (> horrottagf on
lanta, Ga. J. :s Cu-low, ;
winter. ; the country, ricer and ocean The Piney; i is situated on South Ridgewood, II

James Ballough has returned from Pa- J. P. Quinn New York.VOLUSIA Shore Mrs. Frank Butler arrived home Saturday i I out the highest private avenue bath in Pavtot n. .Room !single/ or en suite, with or with \ o.i: A Kier front Jot, 100 feet on river to Valley t
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latka after a two months' stay in that from Columbus, Ohio, where she :| : OPEN HUM \O\"C\lBER! 1:> TO MAY J. J street, (h room house, furnished, Daytona

city.Richard has stern spending the ummcr :Z,: Beach 3 75()
Middleton has dedided to \ party arrived lat: week from Frankfort I ]: AIRS. J. B. H1NSKY, Proprietress. i .;

'. work with his brother in Grant's plumb- SCHOOL hut comjxril) of the following; (t :t US south Ridfjew ood .\venue, DTOFLORIIH : No. !9 J Lot on north side of Bay street, |600.;

< t ing establishment the coming winter )Ir. aid Mr!'. Tlu. -. \\uldron, Mr and 4 N......NNNNN....N...................e......S I No. 24 Lot 122.5x231 2 j

t A. Jutte and two sisters are expected sty. c. Mrs. Shaw, Mr and Mrs D. F. Cluk. : houses; west Magnolia

to arrive Saturday and will join the I I their daughter 1 ; anti niece, Miss \\ irtlfntl ,...................... ............................... I avenue, $ balance of the at the Bernard What His flea I l OI.*' by This t
family
\ 1 MtPiniel-ind Harry birgentcain : j | No. 70 Lot 50x85 7 room house ;and
the win- ave. $2,100.
cottage, where they will spend Advance t. t.ace of I ': from Oak Hill Friday to !'pentMliinltv I ,

ter.Mrs. returned |Hud";: the Pattuh.( uii :rod Mind;i} Harrj returnedto : I: The Ivy Lane Inn : : !*t No. Si Lot 4b'xl50, 5 room house, some improvements -

Charles Ballough has Oak Hill :NinilajMr ; : Si well finished, well]) etc., west Magnolia -
friends at Lake ill IK l.in.l l
from week'sisit with The hoard rust I
a
Helen. with all tin .!.f'r.IIt"l Jii'l) !' ]| '! l twwniimla'. 1:mini} \i Long-iting and her baby l parents) were, :Mranvi in. :I I I'alniftto stH't't and (Ivy Lam, I! avenue, $1.500. ,

Mr. and Mrs. \\lanfielJ. who were eut .pn-M.i.t. Mr- Win. Jolmt-on : i
x WEN DECEMBER I.
A of Seminole Lodge C\tril weeks, The niutti-tit IV! 11-1 M:," :
guests !
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4r.uld| Mr. J. tt Johnson:: and littledaughter
have gone; to housekeeping in their handsome read and a[ j>rod. I': R. L. Smith.
g' home on Valley street. Chairman Chandler reported I'I'I :uftern'xm.s were.down from Daytona Sunday :i In the huuxmss of its first season this house prou-d l its ability *. !

Mr. and Mrs. D. Beane, Miss Beane had sold the Midwood property i to please) and satisfy th( ,o who desire <.Ieinoe \\illi! all fomfort-s :
I after :
: II. ( I'\( wa! in tlWIIUIIll:1y ::
and Miss Bernice Beane, of Tulsa, Okla- l'owell-con"I\.Ieraunn Via; .>-ana noon and 1 ennvenientes. i ............................ ................

rt homa week., are at the Clarendon to spend Annex the winter this ecutedMr.claim deed. for the same was O.aI'. Huriman:; uf Nubntze, and ;;i :I w ;.......................... ...........................
They MRS. 1 1If
expect ,. I FOLTZ
\v. Kobthe photo ralll'r, f Daytona Proprietor.
I
here, and will probably occupy one of "
KnapfK Mated that lie I
i were in town Saturday taking j nIYEourself a good I
the Clarendon arranl:1 ,' ....................... .. '
I cottages. "idetl teacherdesks f..rill views fur the liiMiklf) lie iv going t.. pub ; ... ...0.....N............ clothes
New York U sermon bej j--
II. C. Knappe arrived from ;
for the tWtlllt'ro..m,< the I
in I .
l h!'h : .
i Monday night, since which time he has tolored-thooN !' ................. ....... ... fore you start to buy :!
( I H..rntll. Mr and l Mr-. VIviiiM' i o :t'I : ....................t .o.. : .
i been on the alert keeping things in and .... t41; ;jour Fall clothes; steady
Chairman Chandler reported! j I 1.IUII.tt'r: iiurdiy; : to '
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1.. around the Clarendon moving toward : .. \ou are in need of a i
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; judgment before
able furniture in tin :spring I I -- i jour | j
I the opening, which will take place in -J: )
e January.Dr. schoolhouse which can be u ; Ormond. Square ,Meal' at a Reasonable Price, i .Wp. g_ '. your money goes over.a j i;
needed. He also six ) I : I -
reported i] + :j'r; '-. ineichant's counter.1'e *
\ and Mrs. Potter are not expected !I
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seats taken from the Hires M' ( i (in to the 5 / .
to return from Evansville, Ind,for some I i A. it. \\tthtrl. of V\ ..r..t'-t.i M t.-- : Ilrv- : : .-' have gone to uch lengths

ten days. and tnt tn the colored ttliool; at '|I arrircil l at lu, I.i'II'.11I' :avenue ,I' IM I .. t, 1' CITY HOTEL I1' o i, };- :' :, : ";r -. '. to put good clothes in our :
Mr Joiic reported the old! t. ; !
in Jacksonville 1 :
Colonel C. C. Post wa hit neik : that :
:: } tore want
schoolhouse tt) b' in very bad ,.. | r =_ : we as
on business this wcck.Mrs.Bergmananddaughterof. ,:--K-" :
Thmki\ : '
but that tic had not ritold it i Ti.e "UpiHrj.mil till ; \ : I:t Oiiin. \\tnti.-. l II"\. toga. : ;: :: ... '- ." many men as possible! to :
&hrt:; >c- ''l j by the Village iipro\mnnt .\;MMiitnm : i.' : .. :
He : J know about
fora cne had offered to buy it. : it. That's |
port 111., are guests of Dixie Lodge 1 I Where LVl.TftHlifgs :t. ;
I was a decided success. L\ r\lx: dw: v \cu are ure to get: it. \\ '
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structed to ill the building/ I \ i ( why caution s
few days, pending arrangements to bountifully supplied' with all the J.lltfJ "i :- we men to ;
take possession of the I>yer- h'al1um not the lot. t'img.. contributed bj the ladies of thecutnmunitysomething I .! ?f. : liT;:} r. f' think twice before they f J Jt
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Mr Jones also ported that : GEO. H. \ :: ;'
cottage. I like 100 |>et.pie : MATTHEWS. : j Mrs. H. J. Orth and family, of Pitts- given the supervisor of the S*\ 'I S'
down the tables! The fine '
. burg, Pa., arrived Sunday and were an order for desks from the 1 !mu sitting MC ami singing at rendered 1 hy h<,mt. ***.. 9..9..0.....+.... ......................... <.d 0 : :'j "f :: :' ; ;, If we can make you feel .

guests of Dixie Lodge while negotiatingfor school, but that they had not } I talent! were highly appreciated by tin :, : ;tt" ; that it's simply I impossible |

one of the Erreger cottages; which called for. lie was authorized I auditor ************************** ******** a******,******** ; : I .S I for any other store to te
have taken winter.W. that 25 desks were delivered at : : F".t: ,1
they for the iual Fall values
i Mib*.t Mabel G. Barker and Ethel : CO\\I OHT.! : < our we Jare
COkDlALIIV :
A. Baggett has taken a position as yule school, and that four (eISI\1 :. J : : (1 : : : : I: driving home the *
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Francis attended the Young People'sChristian
clerk in Williams' department store for be taken from there for the : :: !r>i.1 l-i'(
the winter. school. i Endeavor convv,ration at Xew:5m"rn I + Z' ... f5i truth. and turning into ..
1 : :\ this week M THE GABLES : ::
I store the trade that
Mrs. Stevens returned to Sanford Superintendent Botts : : our ;:;
: The remain of Ned .\m-dinnrmed. r biq tf'
Tuesday.Mr. that the room in the Seville! i : L we deserve by right of

Plumb, lessee of the Colonnades, schoolhouse hP veiled. and it w on Friday <,f last week from Nogales, i .. NOW OPEN. : ;: -y clean merchandising i.
f and family are expected to arrive in dered. Arizona The funeral service was held j) : .. <: '. : :..- _. .
Seabreeze I at the Episcopal church Mr Street de- : S. H. MOSELEY, Proprietor. : ; ; '
the 8th instant. ,
on )Ir. instructed to I ;
Knappe was : f. i L
the deceased j : THEGLOBEi
Misses Creigh and While, lessees of h\crmga touching eulogy on ; '
old Banks schoolhouse to the fC Situated Volusia
: I comfort and on avenue, Rates on application.Table ,
the Glenwood, are now in possession and bidder. which was of much : near the Halifax Ki\er. Board :....................................................
are putting the house in readiness for I consolation,,; to the sorrowing parents!' : : a Specialt *
; The superintendent stated well as his manfriend*. The timely i : -- : 4 '
expected guests. Manager Gove, of the I most of the counties and and tender remark: of the rector touched I ek 'I'.r' ,\4ft-1 V.I" ,,, rr4/r rffiwV rrr r r
electric the
light company, promises 1 sT.I.IY 1: IIpt.S l [:
schools where it had been cu run in l'mlll't.tion as a rooming; liou.'. 1 :
a sympathetic chord ill the hearts of all.
house shall be furnished with lighting | :
thool exhibit
current tonight prepare a special Many: l beautiful floral t nbuti'"surrounded .4eaeeeea44e4Me4a44a44se.tasseassass54 **.*. r ROY LA SNA
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State Fair, the prepor.dcxanec of :

Miss Sophie Lemke, of Plainfield, \ : among the teachers seems to be prcprnte the casket,"tlcction"and the. choir The rendered body was ap- ; .. ...!.",. ............ "... ...'. '..ii ... .,,__. ........:'!.:.! n.'t'.n.. ..!...!..... a! :
J., is a guest of Seminole Lodge. : docs not pay. While the pupils (
borne to the bj six '
grave young
Mr. and Mrs. Woodward have gone to great deal of interest in the spr j (' n1'n'I' t Electrical Contractor.
schoolmates! of thedeecacd.! The n:JIll
I' housekeeping in their home on the riverfront for the exhibit, it seems to Seaside Inn.
after several! weeks' day board at lessen their interest in the Joseph Price is in New York looking I I Large Hotel .Jobs ..
after his hotel business in that city. He I
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Seminole Lodge. I work which is not for \ will return b> the last of the month .01( .)[ :-.E \lllnln! : : : FIX (,dOODM. I- 11.1 % ;: a spccialtr. No
that on the whole it is anjur : jab| ton I large or ,
than a benefit to the -chool Captain 0 S. Wilkey, inspector of the : Now OH'n (fllr I'l"1 i -"" lit i ilint! | 7 under tin mann; i'im'nt or the owr\f'r. i"

I I board decided not to prepare : houses of refuge, was in town Wcdnesdaj : ; :III none too small
Daytona Beach, December 5.-Manager HORACE F. STEWART.
ra'ilitif
tional exhibit for the State Fair '. Frank Colby! took him up to Bu- Si 11't.jal

Gore promises the Daytona Beach coun- year, but to make special effort low on Thursday. i. Hon nn.1 tea.toan, ,.1..n 1 I 1I.i\ ton"% IV:a1.Ii_ The liotfl. iin...l<>rn in t.. for Miring oM) }
cil, which granted an electric light fran- : !) nil its a|'|"Miitiiietitc. nidi I lan'f'! verb pleasant moms. JIll -
prove our schools in"a's that i Carleton and laM have begun l to | o"l'rlt"II.in : :: holt Sf>14 wilhoou i t
chise to the two weeks .... ,
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company ago I '
I substantial h'Defits. hart .andhip the Mound l Grove; or- ; tIll' nn. allnppsstte) I-\"nlinl; m!'m c'an l'e'es :: injury toI hl1iTtl.1t .,;
that all poles and wires will be in place ?
The board decided t.. ange crop They went up for a load on -
and the current turned on in Seabreeze appr< : =
avenue for the use of private and public toward the expenses! cf, each Thursday, using the Nittic to tow the I Surf Bathing is Unexcelled. j::JIll-
buildings wired for the Monday who would attend the next lighter; which carries;: upward} *. 1GO bo\en
purpose
\s-oriationforat least Knox A. J fleet) will harvest about) 7;" 000 .'. ..... ...... .. c
evening.The '!'!' i".Ai. f' '!' '! '!'!'!' '! !' '!'!'!'! '!'. '!'! !( '. ..

election held December 1 on the On inquiry Trea-urtr! \ boxes thi."e lr. .. "cT' I

question of a bond issue resulted in an pressed his: willingness to de{> .\ l bonnie bride and proud groom from ;" p,; T' f'l Thttf"p"l, p: : e+ i
affirmative vote, and Walter Clark was school funds on the savings Lt tport. Ind., nanie l Ma"ton. were at | r r

elected councilman to fill the unexpiredterm in order that the boar I might ito-c Villa tint wet,kMr ;:

j of Rev. Addyman Smith. interest on the large deposits. Fenfkld and son, George; arrived l WHY PAY RENT t111'11 I

Misses Freeman, :Xive n and \eh'ing- Usually has in the bank. .\tt< in Ormond \\ f .. \\ .\-, "I'" i in Inn' a '"t 1,1111,1"i hoiiM, and) I..f it pit !'or its It "m t !I.
instructed if Mich C
ton tore
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was ;
were visitors to the bowling alley an nnDoes
10 tin-.' .....,in tea..ii ill the worth i nod 1 tie |.r,'tihi j,ia. .. in FI..n.la.I I : :
Tuesday night. They reported a large .:.-
I and enthusiastic attendance at the New Bridge and Boulevard. :...

skating rink. ,. ,\ n.'\\ tiiilM. one nUtlun! iinninjt| the Halifix rn"1 tins ;'II i!'>t :'..
Choir practice for the Christmas exercises i )11l"'III'UnJpld..II\| l ... Port Oraiiire I.rnlt: *' I'ornrnriT, ind II n'HII.ar.I <\ :''..

in the M. E. church begins Friday 1-4 now l\i\g\ I mil b.> I Hr> Van \"ilzili to i.onn, t tl... l hri,Ijrf! \\ lIlt tliIMI.III .. i' '... v / 4 \

night. WhatOther )hen. h-laid 1 1 out a< i follows 1\\ .. .mlit f"Ht she, .II. ilMi) .\\alli111'11 ,- .)..
Mrs. Huyck arrived Monday and has I ,, .. '.
Itisi.le two Mt < 'n f'Ht I""wal".I"-II" \1 i ill..I.1 t\\n 1\\.1\ f."t
taken charge of affairs at the Lone Bay. -lifIU-i 1 foot .... =
I..aI"1I11111l1.ilt.' gni'ni>nnr I in tin r.'tit.'1"1: ct' .11. :

Rev. Rader, of Miami, presiding elderof Stoves !I\\ar.l.1 to !t.. j prt out' in I*' nitiiul t>nli.troj'i<-nl fuli.iire, -tai, ,1. a- I'.ilinct 1r

this district, will hold the regular t ns. .t. ( !hina tre*... ysken uf toy l Joel t.hiixller linn. tllll i I.Ile I: must) =

quarterly meeting services at the M E. in hi" :'toll"'c of the >oiitlil.in,I, stories that hate maI"I'\I \' Hue wunti :)IIIII

church Sunday morning. :No sen ices Fail to 00 lioiiif ill the :'('lItl1. Tli-. ocean end of the HouU-xirt i- /olIar.I..1) K. :-JIll
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will be held in the church Sunday e\cn- t\ o urnithfiit I ItifH.. on 011 either side of tli- tlirtt.fat ,'ut. di.wn rr w

t! ..' the liar,I loacb These l lnfHroinmau. .. .:.III
ing.Miss spa );p tntlt> to fll an > lan > \t"II"1 u \i I \\
Maude Strother came home for I ..: t*!,,, "oiirr.itiinliiscountry! .I luding tie town of Iiirtona. and I :,tv :=--

Thanksgiving and spent two or three In almost that every the house heat from there the itK her..Iv. loimttil to th-> tin,,) of :south: Onto with 111! +"<.. rest re Urns: :JIll

days with her family, returning to her I other room stoves or furnace fails to That they shall! I*" u-' .l t-oU-tr oo Public perks. and I no huil.llII.lmll/ I IpterU ;: The ( !nl\ stock <,f das; and Electric Fixtures south ..f .rad.- '

school duties Coronado Monday morning reach. It may be a room on erected tlwrtun otherwise than ojn-u ot....rvatoi j.'o I ,: "I'.lt.., : honville. ;I Ii);-Inbnting went fir the f'tlehratecl l 1 lrwm)
I r Iry
J the "weather"sidecrone having no heat from ram c't. :.- lUter Fr.,1. -
Mrs. C. Voorhees and of Boston connection. It may be a cold hallway. No mat \\" the ; slnpnient every. \\"t"I. 25c each in UI1quautitj \
:! son, thia rtl>arian riKlit of tin town are found tin firnou, fart siiipx/ (| ariMvheitWE -
ter in what part of the house-whether room or |
will arrive at the Seagull the latter hallway-it can soon be made snug and cozy with t Oi ii p .y..t..rtl. Tarpon Bay a few minutes row from her. ha- at -
part of the week. I fra. t. II) ""1'1"' 01 tlw worM p.-at<'->t torHII.t..lJIt.n. In the Halifax one M HANDLE t AUTOMOBILE l TIRES I AND SUPPLIES I TOO.

C. A. Kenny, Sy Moms, Dr. Van \'al- PERFECTIONOil mil.. \\ id.studs!e.1 withi-inside. m<. are remiixleij o: tiet.t.Lawt) '?' tr r .MJeiitn, ; ,i k uirantcr J f', i nte 1 } I
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rn alt i r ni 'rtulB
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ash, James Ballough and Mr. Holland I Hid her th"ilrtalkil IKlehr .

are off on a hunting trip. They expert I II in the l>n.IIPouwill tin) li-liiiis un.urr>i w.l 1 mil, I nitrite .| ;: Ui' IrS .VM! I. \UitlIN. : : .|;
to be gone several days and to bag some i HeaterEquipped --hshug nil the hear round .\ndMv'' '-Muh h,.hin : H. ... )eo : ; i" M.I DAYTONA FLA,

I heavy game. '! I.i\e ii: \: II\\n bog.,*. Rent it in the ammer. lln IjO'mg l tii.. r.l/gJg1111g1tJi1il11JS111
Courtney will leave Saturday for ( with Smokeless Device) m. -t 1..t..1 I resort ill the :south UiTooItr than ino-t \nrtte.rn -'HU- : YYYY.J .Y J1JVl. -I{!/ .21J! AMM. MWMVAW>! }}y
Unlike ordinary oil heaters the Perfection gives satisfaction
Miami, where he expects to resume his !, always. Firs aad foremost it i:* absolutely safe \ou cannot in"i resorts lien io: tlw ti..rni..tal.. .e ontlifumou+Olrlend.hheth.tta I .. .. .....
I position in the press room of the Miami turn the wick too higl! or too low. Gives intense heat without .\nt. It.....'t onroe. See the IIMMI ltr'' .\ road n to l I..- \'mfr from Ur. [ ;

Metropolis.Mr. I smoke or smell because equipped with smokeless device. mood,. PomePark (The. part) nn.] a (ra'LWo. trolley run. jutting
and Mrs. Samuel Roberts father' Can be easily carried from room to ro M.s easyto ; .\ in into iMUotia H.It.r.! in hft.en ntimites .indOrnion 1 ill half lioin J r.'j
operate as a lamp. Ornamental as well a. useful. I an
. and mother of Mrs. John Dear, who arrived Made in two finishes-nickel and japan Brass oil foam J r;\>.i\. 1 I..t will bite iix.Irrn irnprvnents. !.!>.'ban a n tt-r. mall : k l

t here several weeks since, and Mr*. beautifully embossed Holds: 4 quarts of oil and burns 9 .. ,i. r. ii Itl i Imakji! ,,1..llt-tlltlfi.l.. ;-HiijiK-flic| profM,.t,..rt, ,.
I Barrett are expected here next Wednesday hours. There real satisfaction in a Perfection Oil Heater 1I' I I. I pet iTsareTol I Ise M.!doti the in-ttllnHnt 1'llIn-". .1"wn. .t'|I'' : NOW :
Every heater warranted If not at your dealer's write our .. OPEN.
1 from Hoopeston, III nearest for circular. tu, uti,. eta jitert.t Hv.n amp IU>uU-varI lots. -oo: : 11I..1., !hits. :
descriptive
Mrs. I. Dougherty leases for DeLand !' agency "lo: ,,". rti..r lot. fiuii : ou two i<1'H tI'll
home bright. ; bt.r ts > "n 'r 1 I"t.. ;: IHI and 4 J. C.
The RAINSFORD
f the latter part of the week. JPaT/5'"> Lamp Sk"for .1I-1'oulld t;>1'2't hUIIKbolJ! lamp :
:Miss Pearl Spaulding expects to spend use Gives a c1 ar.ktcaJ) y.lt1.. .' .\IIuul"-l1rtl.l + 11111 fret w loll'. laid nut a. ai" .t.. d" 11"f esl
i this winwinKewYorkcity. i improved tmmr, Made of brass throughout light and Fitted nickel with plated latest \1'1"t, I :-'t au'itutneai' ISt-ai'h srn-j-r.
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Mrs. I. N. Lafiosteaux and daughter Every lamp tt1t.t Suitable for library, dining room, Dr. J. A. Van Valzah I 4: .
parlor or bedroom. your dealer write to Beamt..geacySTANDAKD f *: :31 a S a laf"r t and ml s .
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Miss Grace, of Cincinnati, are guests of OIL COMPANY Incorporated. "''nt .a' : k ; :
L I Daytona Beach, Florida. .
the Seaside Inn. Mrs. LaBosteaux has *

-peat a number_ eeasoes at the Inn I( ', ... .,...... .,. .L... 11111W'"i1 4il lt .U'U"l'U ,. ..l'U"I.' NEW HOnSE WITH MODERN CONVENIENCES. : It j

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I It It : PEOPLEWXTirneMIr her horn by the bridle rein. Tbere !
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4: I request nil you.nit I"'r1On4. no,. was one horse railed Simon that Dangler No. (7. l la Effect September It, "06. t
niHtlcr how II"Ut'lI.h.lr in -.an.or rUu<- Ii ( a1 Time Card
lion. .t Ii""-..Ir.. a Iliorouuh -Ine. training A RIDE FOR LIBERTY z pronounced .Incapable of any speed '
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era .taaAtIALr'a Arr. rFk.K. .urt. >* tf.
IndriN..ndaa.rnodprotnlhiv. l | Koriiinf. guarklltfj. I } ,. ,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,..,,....,.,.,.,..,., I with his bridle rein thrown over a iii. II. 29 STATIONS I NOeil0. : N.. 9t8dy ':.
t ; IH.S'I:! PILAV WKITK Tot' 1Y ( Presently after a fewwbisiered Dd. D+
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$ I Ir (la.-Ala. Bus. College, Macon: (ja.BinghamMIaleyCo (Original 1 I | words between the lovers.c'hari..ttr --S-t\J -\l-nm '................JelsoavUle.: :=:T: .::-..: \r' 7 7l'I ; ia b N'r.-.ui-4atn7lpm

i I Kentucky i.i famous fur rte I'lvttygirU ; mounted awl rode towardthe 6 ti-pm; : Ii 9 25an 4.lam. : ::::::::::::.5outa3acksoarlUe..ty..5t.Auensttne.... ::::::::::: 615pm pm 71-Sam. .
<,. and flue li-irse: 'Tin: i.t u Mory I .. 7 &tpm Il Slam .. ....:.... ....Ilastingt... ... .... .. 6 'pm ii eem ta'
.... of both. The Lor-M w niM! not lot'I iuif i Luu.. All except augler were fWlI'O\ 1134m: ....I.. ...... ......East: I'ala Ilta. .... .. 6 2ti l>m lam
IIl1' too preoct-upied to notice that bliepasse -S33pm IHIOII1 Ar...................Y.lat........._...... ..1.w Itdpm fiOsm7.4Jpm
} resting without the pirl.! ,wit \\ .l the house and wag soon lost to 1I10.m I.Y................... '. ... .. ... .: .. .Ar r..m II Wotil52iim
. lilt the horses! there wo-.ild b ? uj tory. .. ..afluru..I.m- 51.ttI!
riiarlotte IK-I'orest!" is: tin ;girl Iu clew dowu the road. Then suddenly "a'isam; Ar Le.::::::::::::::.mm.. M.teo.:::: ::: : :::: ii I. It rq.m .. .
IV the I :in ;ler mountnl Simon: and dashed S L".l ................-..Sr- I .'pm S :gem ,
1 IIi h ( j iraile Comforts; qtiestluu. and be was the 1..lIelr after her."Mount. 1II'm OSpm) 32 113)pm 40pm ...................llUpllot................... ... 4 Z':I'm :S 3art .
due' KrHrrglou.. She could ride) and 9411pm 113pm .................. "rmnnd .. ... ..... .. :t !eg'm S Ipso.?
1l' trod flirt und w m n miictr: touted $Ir. De 11) (Rpm 1.pm .... ......... .1..100. ..... .. .14tpm 4 its1919pm ,
.B1ank : 'to. il hb'')l thin dancee:: .. .. \ 4Dow' ;
.t.. Spivadx :. father sad: nxjlhfi 1 t 1 ak .
iftant" ti-rr B ti her Ar.w finern. ISptn
to y.lm 2 tez m __ '
lit't'ts1nll Pillow Can--. I IM she 'IH' tlir. vii 1 rum "IIIi" of Ivan \% let tart let'!! then:'" 1I111.m. !._ _4_(fpm At ............... Iile ltekn.... .... . :1 t 1 vpriS .;.,,t., .
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; lin Their. were three fUbieuieu and sit lI1am: 6tapmI.................Or.nJ.(1. .... .. ..... I'. UWIJ.m SnIl .....
cw thin \vil.l h srww>> she rif! or p.t i> Slam I ropm .. ..........(trangNUylnnrtion... \ i. 4"0\ S "MINtopm -:
nlt.UImutiii! ; '11'. w..I't: "' "'f :Ill.! male A horM<*. all Ij the stalk having; l been ? h................sew Smrma..... .. .. ..... t: iJli1.'tIa\ _
J I Ii with s.iine untie<.. ir.>M.% I rt'.. brotv.'ht out. Two of the horses' being! I It I lopn 24jpm 1"pm .... ..............O.k if ill. .. ............ h.. 1-::40.1'0\' ::10.. .n.ntpm .
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sidilleiL lees >f the men inonnteil and 316pm' Ar............... .Tituallte. Fpm .etlfOnn
-' I IIr lailu-r. Ii IW.\I'r. gimr !her a fneui.ii : ( M..1". ..... -- its I 1 .'AS.m-: .-....paa:'.
4JQ O4( r! ....IIi"' ,.Iery Ihill' "'''Pgd lIJ\rti.l. : Ii, l.' this.. \\ hit.- the' remaining: man I 6 :A"m It btipm 6'DI 1.1"1... ... ..... .....1'-anfnr4.... : 'r :, :4111111 Mom i

::1 r 1i I e N.I I Ito; a- 1'1111'10111"11" l.Inri free i Kn4l.on finis! Mr.|I eFoie.-t. ut the.-t icniHlniiiZ lujuuted! himself.horses. I I1 i 5ipm ale., .116pm afilpm LJ::::::::::::::::.Tirs111e.:: (ore' .::::.:::.. .:::. .It,.1r. fmfrf; : ,

i lu-i' fiihor'i. Matfiin'Mt td: 11,1 t 11I1I'n"'lh'r. : ................. noiktedee..r.; ... 15Tm 2l'MalMam
t l I but one day t-aiue Hall lunKr.: ayou'l He was too old to joiii iu' the race but 12 tam Mrm rpm .................Fat4sIile" ................. ... 17 ..7"111 ":.lIa i
:t tty wished to tolluTh two men in 113.m 4 9U.m .. .................Mt'lbourtlt......... ....... 12"J'01 I ro.m
;; Tenueoseeui \vLt hud every 1 b.m 510pm ................. tebasttaa .............. ... It r.m: 11iaam24Sam !
.j.j Four Each trait t make i him uua-#"--table to i.I IJItvplc advame pushed uu with fair speed 6 Wpm ..................FL l.uele. ............... .. 10 Slam It: OlIn'
.ji. Sailings 1 \\'t.ek <* before 6 .................I-ort Fierce.......... ..... 10'oOam 11 Sdhm .
I reef cFitt for awhile, but It was not long Ohm
a ; iSpm
IU.TMI.NJACKSONVILLE: : I and every trait to Illlhim S 3 :.m 113ipm .. ...................1 bballl.................. .. 11) I.m It l ,m

t and NEW YORK. uint-pidWf I inherited to a the plantation youu. He near had MarIne lately I, they dico\ered, Ujd Leers that woru their out: by burbeafrshuea4 Dangler : EE: a4Ipm 6 I(6pm fpm : ::::::::::::::::::::::;:..::::::::::::::::::: :: ii team t.m U = .

auk l \ nwuuiit.U.side : .In his KeteiideJ efforts to test theirsiieed. ) obesooad 9stam to'ar
Calling at (CharleMnn. S. r.'Math' ways. iuru. with u fair Miss leForest' horse had Hot 4 44 tam.ID S2Spm 7 4upn1: : :::::: ::::::West Jupiter ::::::::::::::: :: 9 isam mu WFnS
toi-L-. > and U' .uds. Thi* hewait 1I.a.a.............. '",
THE FIXLST SIKAMSHII'S IN TIIK IIIISTWISK: 'i 1b.m 8 lSpm ...........\\est Calm 114--am 1131'1>
1 s'IIt1rE.: t rue-i.
t Clyde New England and Southern Lines. The "EMMERICH" Pillows are filled! possible aId had already got.nay IlJan'l'r.; was fresh as a daisy. The : Siam. ; 5opta( : : ::::::::::::::.Furl.lelr.7: Lauderdale..l. :.:::::::::::: :: H:: ; =

with: clean and odorless feathers. with a full quarter of it. He plan, which was not preaieditated, hadsimply II 465Dt ft.m 947pm upm ....................II.nl...... ...... ........ .... 7 lion '111'1'1 1 17Nam
MKKCT SIIRVICK: I'KTWKKNJACKSONVILLE. : : pure beeu to show the old people. Upm .................lhU.od.I................... wam 7..n I Ij
l"iough:: feathers are used to properly fi'l 1 \vahandsome: as a picture reeklese.grHer..uy :seam 11)IJpm: ..............a nl1 ............... II 4:1am 7111"" .,
:' BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE. I'rave-' iu t-hoit. Jut the tutu that they c;>>uld not control the young j Co.m, lda''I-m Ac ................. I.ml..h t :; ..m 7445aS'arn .

AND I'nlliiiirutrhiirU-stiin ALL EASTERN POINTS. ; '.ii-uleor!ticking filled cover.cannot A pillow give not satisfaction.proper / to (':capture: girl uf nineteen. 'I IIllt:'", uijvemeuts. The only( Hall premeditated Dan I tam :::::::::::I Ati LT..:::::::::::::::: 5il.mi..:i:. :::::::::::::.i(:i:::::::::::; Ii a upntt Wpm I !
Both Ways Dangler:: made short work!, with Charlotte thlu-z: about It was i I'
SEMI*WEEKLY SA|LINOS. Every pair of 'EM:IERICIl" Pillows is IF..r '.t's heart. Hut Charlotte.knuwli I gler's' wearing out the horses so that IlnC'.II'.rt r fan on tr.lcO: and ':". Buffet Sleeping (all on t:.lni!M aDd *P. & .A t

l SoutIl6onn.l I from !I.ewi. ; Wharf, Ibvton sweet and pure and is guaranteed to : )); that her father \\0111.1 lisai I the ('ulIlJ'eIlIlll' not be pursued to advantage. I I'aily ficcjt- onJty.- __ __ ___ _-- -

give entire !satisfaction or money refunded of him. said! nothing: a'out her I First one follower lagged. ;;, n- IIfJ.- N..20 .
\nrtltlxnnul .From fwt' Calln>riie Street ..laeksunv'illei I l>rote 5..23 IiIo.21ai,, OuU VUPORI/ BR1NCH. 18Daily I NT 51Daily
1 lute and would not terniit her loxer I then the other and when Mr. Ise'oreat sundae Sundry i Dully|, I EctslOnlj I Sunday

i I to ak for her' hand. Her parents took i came up. be found both out of the Only |I Sun ___ __ _Only i_
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CLYDE ST.
t JOHNS RIVER LINE had free. The i ; ... I! : ,3"npm.
>eared i race. The couple gone 10 ie.m o.l] 9OMm L..Jackwatdle. \r i tarn :1OJ.m
Dangler
fright the moment aj't| | I ;Z n'f.m .
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.Ilb J'C"\lD\IIif' ; 3.mit.up
(;0 II1:1: ; 9 bam \ I'
li tarn 6 ..
and I lo
j Between Jacksonville and Sanford 0:1 the M-ene: but as! he put iu U'J old luau rode ou a short distance 2': "I'W 10( friam 6 oi'pml !i 3Vam! .......ratio Ij..h .. (17 uiam II i otMln li ;M'a'
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team
the couple halted facing Atlantic Ilea (flllam II gN
their saw ,41.m
and
young l0" 6..m 6 'I'ID ,
: their daughter l..I'm .
claim for ...... ... .. 1 '
STUl'l'l.VC; I'I.T"S1'OI) :, UiRHSFCll: : (Ills|)iH.Mi: I ;and. ) Interiimliat.. ; I daughter did not admit any partiality each other. Dangler! talking earnestly.Here 1Uipm1!' U 10am 10pm lu tam At.. MiTjHjrtrEXINSlLAR _,.L_' 6-"IIW'_II _aem; 'J"pat" -- I t
I.tnding': i 1111 ST. JOHN'S KtVLK: : Chas. Kost ;i there was was a crisis. Had the father -
} for the young scaptgrace. AND OCCIDENTAL, STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. t
Steamers 'City of Jacksonville' and "Fred'k DeBary" lilt (exn e to keep the two apjirt. The maintained his equanimity' all might -
ten well. Instead he hurled of Ib-e P. & 0..SS: :(0--;;; g
I-est the parents could' do was to make! have Close Caaaecfoa' Made s( are. npp..int.i, | funil a" follow l-a\t- k.sonville.' daily H\-I Saturdavs. I n iiv rule that rharlttte ..houl.llwt iu anathemas! at Dangler aud threatenedto Havana .and Key West. f i jI

1 at 'l.i: : p "'. I:.-tnrnHlg. l"a\f :Sanford.I ..1.lil.'tI."t| Sunday, at '.r-'lo\ n. in the Sanitary; :aim I lieliablc: \ future l<-a\,! the premises with any 1I1..t him If he ever clime near his --- -_ i NORTHBOUND- .j

_--- OUIlj: man without" other company.: home a ;ain. Then he reproached his SOUTHBOUND I Ht1.I' ...ThorsdajAi -....... 17 "", 'n
South Hound I \urth und ..TorUy. f.tf.aT' It 4m Is \ '
I SCHEDULE I daughter Iu II' paternal: terms. Dangler i.'iitill. .. ...
Weed bon | Iud< 1'1.eatet.dripnl Pj Apiin" this "1mrl: tte prot.ute51 without : .rlit.\1 UI.ST loed'rl.-unl1'f..l""DI- KKV VKTliurvla 113111'
........ KKYV\K-"T: : 1'I1"u.I.>. Monday.930pa1Atl.V.N.1..7Dundsy4. : |
'..........'.............. .... .Isrk.nntu'n. rfl. .a.n Painter :n ull. Both she and' her loverknew seized his companion's bridle and iKr.VWKST: .Wednesdajf....... .. S151pmt Cluam ArMI\MI Fdd.rTime. J.Jj.... 61VV.W
.: S.J.1 jini 1 ::: .I'jil.itki..::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: i'; ,.. SlN/i: :: Paperhanger ail) that \vnsdirtN-tcd iisalifttlieni. drew her away.
:tlNian .......... ...... .............. Ut.r...:.. : :$ :ti..Ir and from that tnoireut they act The couple were eventually forgiven. Additional Sailing between Key West and Havana.
j .................. ......It.r.y.infdIl., | -I.nd.! ........... ......._. IINIpnArrive : ruder to set-lire liberty.They UEKTIIUDE GO WAN. Monday WaTS. t\k.'t'm! I I"I .t\ 1 .111..I.r.-ttlurd.yl.lllltJll.O': : '
.s.nua in .......... ........ ...... .....rtinfonl: ..... ..... .................... .. !";:\lIn w. and Decorator.P. til as prisoners: deliberately Iorf'Ut..lug 41 Hblrh AcerAn HAVANA I 1l\t\: WK.-T.; : ..Tuea3.ya.turdai.... 6 '''. u ArKKtUK-l I 1 ueylati .-.IurO., :WVIoa
llMHlitm: _....?..?..... ...........r'ntti.iiM: | tM*. .. 111.'Hla... "I began; : l-y slou recently took -- -- 5ide. No lrsn5itT .
the rule riding! away touetl.er. Mr. amusing dicu> Trains Discharge,Passengers_ .at Ship's :
'J CENE FAt PASSENGER; AND TICKET OFFICE].; 2 EST EAY sr-. JAGESOSVILLE.: : Ih.t''n.t. sent n svrxant t>> recall thrtn. place between an artist and an authoras ,
O. Sox 81. DAYTONA, TLA. far thatrliarli.tte t. which period of her life a rTT'.b1.;;;; .' >-hnwthetlmesatwptchtrain-mayi. r\lie.it-itoanise atanddepartfrom
Affairs 'had lIut't'l. ftoiie so > ll.r time.1.1.0I' nut l'uar.n\efOl
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t-:M.IKONMoMiKK.Jit.( : ; : : .Wt., Cfii.: I'asr..t t.t. UL! \\''st l".i' St. JakM.nvi. U. Fin the wvcral nation',but tbelr atrltalor drpartiircal theryfruro.
; but it wag woman wan the most fascinating. ACe be hel"responsible. '01'.0'drlaj vi an> c .n..lu.'flarl.lIlK|
lvi tj i r of.'FttJtt.: Frt.t.. r., 1'. I.OVJi.L./ : :Supl.F..t would illsoliey. m.r Is this Company to
t nngahtnrt.IHI'ku.IIIIk., | I'Ia. not 10'110:; I before she knew that' certain' cording to the artist a woman should For Copy Tol the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information:

1 A. (r. HAI'KUTY.: Cen'l; Iv,t'i. l'as". Ajrt.. NVw leek..l 01 the hoiwhold had 1 1I..u deputed t<> not be painted between the ages of THE TICKET AGENT."
Fred E. RanKin "SEE
.1 I"I.YIIIIJ.XI): ;. lifiHTiil; Fni;:.lit' .tgcur.\.. v fork : watch her. Then she .learned that her twenty-Hi** and forty, as she was In .
,... ..rft- 't.ri the greatest transition! period of her RAHN'ER. Asst. Gen'I. Pass. _Agl.. S!. AlUUISTINE. FLA
far a -
: Til HO. 0. EOHR, 1' l anJ > P pys1ini -- -

;i 'i..lI..ra; ) 1Ifit')! .,.. 1'i..r C5; -li L"-' /, Closed' or Adjusted.II i l for tier to pet away with her declares that she Is at the height of .
Inter' even if she, desired( to do 8O.Jut her fascination and l beauty betweenthe
7J .' Il'k.lIo\jlI. Kloritla.! .tie "lis ered this she ages of thirty and forty. The question \ j dar
>I' > : : \ as *>tjit* < ?\ \4fULLOTS. i tI t
'I SOME BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE made III'| l-r iiiliut Iu break through Is still uu-etttirl. Bremen Zeituog. ,
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K I: ..-n-iii-.. S. 15. lliI.Ut. 4i. yeti.. i! the cordon 1.la..1 at" ut her Itt the first DCPREL_ 4 f I i +I' L:

/..UK, (11.1111. ..I' J.i-kx.niili.-. I'-.I-V| 11:1111.trt.1'I' ; j>j".rtuuity. bra i..L.. PREPAID ; t .
'..'. : : re" till., propilt| | 'in I-' I'" .11I,1.) .Mr t. IPittluorulug Mr. I>?rortM. wits iu a I Kea snakes are very plentiful in the r .
$2000pitntry 2 0 0 0 l"II&:: I : 6 0 0 0 e..d( I..f.in.." ;S;. t. II tit-Id. near the .house trying txnne I horses.UN south Pacific. They are widely distributed
d :nut\ tiroom |ti.IL.t. stray Individual having; bleu ee- .' 'pt
:....1 lufutlll .. !!. B..lia titud, with 1I"d'rll| : SI|>| MIMIIveie vliowiitjl their cured on the coast of New: Zealand.When .
\\ ill -til liiit 1'''.''-r* lrurt* litiu. .'...,,1..114" and Hall
lint fl.HII'. I"" .d l \ niriii-i M-parati'ly.) : : swimming t-K**> t> the surface
iiniiil l IIlIhl| !IN. traifi. rn.td i 0/000000000o OOOe000040000a iMiiKler. went otter Ij taLe a look ut 'iba
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Ilowin{!;; \\ 'll; goud" % :: ; ':':- they exactly resemble an ordinary
walks; iron Tenet. ?:! | .::: i.iial\ rooiuiimh<.ttw "r hot l the ,.1\11 k. fharlotte" hud tier owu "aI snake, except that the bead I is always lN t
Ili
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.,4000 I''ut a .' I. r n 0 fi Fur ;' ben r..1II I..U-f' one of the, h..r"t''l.I1"1: she dismounted ashore and lie among the rocks. Theyf.rrl FN.D. ,
Kati.n. : hllllllI'ltii'li'l Kxati..n onit a !. Dangler asked i-ennioioii to tuuuutanother. un fish and although; their small G" S \ WNEfcCH4S.BLUMSM.g
kttcht-n -\'IIII'-'j i iI 0 .Itoi! -ilm.| 1t. n.1 v. all all,1.' 4 double fangs appear harmless they arreported
bath und loilt.t ><<<.11 :r. r....n .,1,01, kitih. on t.r ; 0 .. ..III..tlI'It.a.O..II.IIoo.'t ..-... 0 t.. liK.unt ut the haiue. tllue. but 31r.I'vPor. to t.e1'1 venomousHrml.Jpd 1' I 1
Hot and l '
all rxun I .. :" ..i-" "u 'tcoml tlot.r; 'ril'e! (. : 0 e ..st vrdereil his daughter:: to desgist otLJ

water.houMbit Two.VK.'UM r<.: .in). !; brit' .lIId. -lIIall "uthuildilll l.ut I : :- : I'avtona. I'b. d !' and iMujlK-r rule off nl'uu'. tihlSrT tllraf riA'.
\IIO r. tt.4x00
More than hour "as s. >fut trying Her.
: : au | & + r'
l I'.mnliiii! .r without ro"ftaa. I ;
A '1I1I -- dt'.c.- .I the .hursts. lumpier niouuted a hum "This is i-eit.iinly grand. said (tieivery ,
$7000 .-tion. : A .-;. at .:'t.u1.r..Z.\\ Q ::tbill game.: JltKSWYUt Fl*. .
toiltt on fret I n..r! : fronting lOll o of testing;. their si(>eed rude them till "\Vperfwtly splendid." rejoined I j
t .. ... .- und i-.xt'-iniinK: went KlO fwt to : I i 'or'
4. and toilet: on <-< l'our'! : EllA H. GlENN, : they Were well nik'l exhausted. Miss his fair cotiii>anion. "It remind* me of j
Lot '; : \ ri\'" r. Variety back port-he. 11"S II.H.r time el'irest after hating l>eenhefked the rush! at a bargain CHAS. BLUM & COMPANY I
!' ami' IKIIOIIground ; I : "I'iuptatrus.1 : :: I.
"' hath, and tl.i1..t4''C'1I'1 floor. .t I. hr father; would n.oi n.iotiut Jl_..III.t Tribune 101111'"hit"1 I .
$215Q: Strwt.F"r a : ) and soft \vat.r. Two room tottiige j I, ......0000..000000.F. ii.i\rv:: 1'Ar.sT': nnK\\iN: ; f'II..

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Two t'r: roon.)I;;' second and;: !; l f ', rear i! DAYTONA TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18. :I Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis 66 Whiskey.

kitchen. IIOUM- I fine rpsidwwr pron| try at 0000 00 00000000000 0000 000
-- ,-- Holly II ill. HotiM- of'tin 0 : S.n-1: f".I'". .. l.iM! .IAI KO.NVILLK, 11..'. .
and large lialfc. l'i>tiTii and big/
Ntno:- : B. PENOR I .1
$2000 l'uttagc/:: .\\ill:': writ. Two story !loan and |."ul- 0 -- ..
holly run-. Front. ixi 1 f on ground: floor; t 'lIt TtMloii( ) -ilf'trf'f'f: and :'Won( D-IV-&. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. iJ
Bath mom on first :
Brothers'World's
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barn. Lot IM\7M f i
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:Six' room liiiUM on! I'ulp- I 0 Ila'lII"j: II uikm.'iiilil.f, : inaiiinT. .

$6000 wMi lN-idfn. ; : "'H..I! Av,nu. -, I KincstonKin. I 0 :\lal..rialll..III...- l I"-i.. tli, tnark.'t
\ .- "ii Ir..un.1!; ll x>r; two riMiin- f
)large rooms! on first }Ixith aifnnl I... I
.r.iid llr. HniiLitf on 1
second floor. ]Harn. I
outl inlditics. eo
".irHarn and other >
I'I and) f.'otimlh'"rni.J.'I} 1 t
large cisti-rn. C'irn -tnt : :
....il II.\\iim:: \\fll: variety .f fruit. .
feet KidRpwcxnl : .1 Railroad Sho"u. r
stre(.on t. Fine; .hade) I ..t "':h-.o! r" t. i! o I:'-I..f It" (fet r. : Progressive ..

P.t'ith', I hn1 :2'.I I.-. 11:1\ t..ha., riai I ,t
; Lots ranging in price from a few hundred = 4 0 : scum, Menagerie and Trained Animal ..
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Neville H. ClarkOPTICIAN. \vn.i. i''Krnr.i.YITKK' : : mm1.1.: : ITS liitiAvnr; 1 IXTIUKTV:


A FINE PROPERTY{ FOR SALE : RYE .

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15th Annual Tour Under One Management.Hmwtly '6

... .\ line' residence property on the |>oninMila 'PI'1'| : Nw: 'inyrn ; t t ,.. i>urrria.o<'i] the 'ntire output of the Crystal 'j
ii { ,- HAVING s. Diatillir Co., we are now in positionto
IW tn'lfllll.lI.II.' faring onN: rih I Indian ( A.I ltcrti iwrl.I ). celebrated bran of whiskey as
House of fourte or more nxmon :: I ", ( "n'lu..t..I. llonoraM.v I'r.'ntH.l. Truthfully offer thi-i

andx 11',11I v_ I ;'r.' ittf t. m.'It.'t.' athl. II.."! Show on Karth.jj : .ng as it lasts at the following greatly reduced figures: ...aye.
snrr"lllldillg < untry "aii
: River.: Magniiiivnt[ \'jl',1< t ;
4 Full Quarts, $3.20 f

upper story. ISoautiful !shade: trtvs aim"ut the liousv., : Almndamr)" ..m. '< ii Kyr: Kxuiniiu'il( Fret I t r 8 Full Quarts, $6.25



water. Suljstantial\ d<.K-k on river front. N J !t/L'/,f J 12 Full Quarts, $9.00
:: ri.-irkV J"\\t.ln' Store.
At jj Some of the Great Features to be Seen with Sun : L 'i5 EXPRESS PREPAID -"

I Best of Fishing, Oysters, Clams, Etc. 11-::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::: : Crystal;: Spring Sour Mash \VhisKey f

Bros'Vorld's Progressive Shows is thoroughly aped, nellow def,-i ,us and :.nearth as velvet This is a
land( with hots,"'. Suitable for l'riratrresiden?' \\i key.A .
.J About three acres of rare opportunity to supp :; yourself Wit ] a fir.o high-grat.c
+++++++++++++++++++++++++' of Bareback Somersault MARIETTA: STREET
hotel + .*. t'rrin IloUi, Cliainpiua: Champions( Principal < CO.14
Sanitarium or pUqMSt"'S. OAPIULLO GEORGIASEND
i Geo.J.VandeVordBuilder :tam,! Trick Riiler.f : .
" If interested, write for particular pr'n-c-s and) ''I'rtM. + f FOR OUR LATEST CATALOGUE

', ++ and Contractor. t The Aerial Marvels) Sen Smillettas, in Death Defying Performances: 1i' t.

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REAL ESTATE ; ." f'lIIfkl'1. WIIt'D you t :Miss Nettle JClJIis( and her Prize Ring Horse Don. Ik-antiful anti .\c- ; i i': We are making a Special Leader of 1tl

: A + u ant a g.N.I| !1.0\1.... built at a complislieil) : IV'incipal Rider.t : i iI

DAYTO + !r.'a: "inaMf mt-l it w ill |i.ay you tpt -. i I

I\INSURANCE\'U\ + my ,prItrvknork.! pu| ." : alter Afehl.urn's most: Wonderful Troupe Gr Elephant", tejonil all l Century Rye. rn
: t>-iinK. 'nifiit work a "1".jnlt..
: .l"ult the Wisest brutes that walk the earth.! i i i"Ii
(lNt'ORPORt'rlD.l! t 1 ntVu-f! :and Ke:>ideme c."r.,1, I IiJ

FlTXGnUALD, President) HKIST: FISH.: Vr..-Pre>.i.l.nl, no;ia ace and Soi'ond St.: 0R llerr Klulz tie king of all will animal trainers, exhibiting Lions, I u LUII\! I'I > MEi)1l: I' '|I'..11.! "r>KCO ; <
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CIIAULKS: S. lLIWI't.: : -retar and! Treasunr.SHANKS : Tiger*. I eopanK; Pa ma*. Hyenas in picturesque' groups and tricks.Marviloiis I \\. I. ". .:,,1.... tlo.WI," t '" I. 1',1'' ,I ... 11.\ r1: al:; RI4ev: ..n I

: BlILUI\U! : ..................... ....S Artlelln Family, Eurc.pelncrubat: : *. six in number introducing iJ! tier li .rl.ot. I t.'I ," iI"

... I : all the latest, daring, sensational; and novelty tricks. ; HA 1 1.\1'1:1':0-: : r\ii F'kEFN i
PER UALLUtS m I. n I f UM-MKI.: : : :

: 1 t PURE -. -' -
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.TIir.p PECKllENDRICKS COMPANY. .. .111..u 'I. .1 i ..ii.'uini],!" i t -n, I ,. rly l ( '' r t.l| Iv uit"). the I Ii

Jesters Tantomimist and} knock
: end ;u host <.f Happy Mirth-Froroking ,

4I Juices i ab>ut Clowns) and) .therct. and) Novelties too nnmerous to mention. II f'.NEW: PURE FOOD LAW.
1:1 Fruit :

Dry Goods, House Furnishings, Ladies' : : This is surely the best, greatest and grandest All-Feature Show that I i .N,,,,,1, ,I., .h. r 1 ,i-t. JOSEPH ZAPF( CO. i iil

s will visit this city this 5\: <;on. SUN BROTHERS' GREATEST SHOW
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and Children's Shoes, Trunks, Etc. : Served at I OF THE WORLD..

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: largest Stock, Best Assortment, Lowest Prices i : i! Clapp's Pharmacy i. l flit ;ranol.) Picturesque Street Par.i.1.t.ikps place at 12? clock neon


i \ : I'wo t p. rf.tnc., ."?. AUTtii and' Kveuing, 2: and) 7 p mrs fine Job Printing atCazetleNewsoffice'LWi"

Cor. Beach St. and Magnolia A Yc., Daytona. i 2 C'or Lk'acli M ana 'range av- .

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Tlit-y'Vero rvltetfrsinjr'aj'nrw play \ | '..>', i (;:u'i4w >

1 and crtry ore nrs |K rrmi : for the Ir 1 BARNES the Nftvplfv Mj .

IIICEITtfr.- ;'flst nfsht WOT ciostf.'arhstjJ: The play t ; ( -* Wub'i: nUVtliy '

was a tragedy, yet at Its end the dyiui: Itrl l n-\" h.r. ;v : i / )

: horoliio. as the curtain dos.t>nded. .;hid: Change In- ..InIrid I I Ira

"Throe licvrs please." J want to I > r h'I.;: SELLS EVERYTHING.

(Successor f toss)':. T. Conrad & ( 'o.) Th.iM- words concluded the i>lay. Yet i r of his ,t\ I i.. rt| .

Way wore entirely out of keepin;:. Tlte By Martha McCulloch Wilhatnri .lnIiu' I t'i.' o ly I Kt-jiecially: Stationery. Fishing Tackle,
> Crockery
,
concluding words should have IN-OII. 1
j Gillau'.

Carry a Full and Complete die l but. since 1 have savol }ntt. I die i i I YLryht. % ..". 1'Y I'l 111 u'J' l wlw-n < :itlatit 'I lr.--.v fllassware, I/wney's Chocolates, Souvenir I'ost

1 happy," or siym'thing t > that i-fl'it-t. j } and sjii.i, tit in:; Canls, Talking Machines, Dolls., Toys, and Xotioii

I A iiriuatU* critic new to tlo: liusiin'sI : ICh} I5itM.. iln't
Line of Plain
and FancyGROCERIES I a!>ked how it was that the tragedy widI Hilly Itatson: TItat settles it. lsw :i iin-t his BARNES

I i-d with Tlirif INSTS, phase," :nhl OH don't 1 Loll with firensos it> : iniH-li -not nnl?s.llntv's
stage iiiiu.iiiT: NInI: inals and anyway ehllilren that ntiehtor lie.ir tini>iiii'i\| Will also frame your Pictures, sharpen Saw.
linnet I your
Sulr'rtiliou.| It is iltt.-i> s I knov, it'I!, > I

bad lurk in rehearsals of nt'w |ilay> t') titntnt 'em. Hot sal mtght 'a went | +t ate nil- :i }p.. ie KiiHfh. S i it-sofh. Lawn Jhn+l rs. Lie: aid'is ill :

the ltM seutetie IeforetIseeie'is- this'n in the wagon along with l'n> i
speak : | ,
almost
Icltlir| t aiiylhini! llijl IM out. wh.r1 k
ins ui,ht Me t\In hath l.i.t *1'n Jbn'H folk*. If that w/nhl 'a'these '' pni: IH-I" i'--'t i a

-o- I ni'
Pime. t. 'itk sultitiit snni m.-rm:
i | I a-ke-l H.T I II.: In Fact for
IIIKU-- ilnix.for it. If lu- ilarcd I- miss. } oar prandfjitln-r went to \1'anRemember(
w.i fr h.-t "i!
CLOVER HILL BUTTER. | IM'.ik tin- true pliraM" tini'r<'-l'| t'I legislaturer JIrs IlieKs sahl with.intlv > .
I hr| .Iw.f.| :.. |IL| ,.f s ; [
.tin- pl.ix nolll'l N tlHHiuM d + 'IIK-.| to hale daiiKliivr Aiu*lia. f ... ,
l.tti -Ii.- i 'i> '
Svniipliiynrights, >v..n't t-\eu tt rite ttwI IH' itiil auil) ansnereiluilrnlj. o BARNES
was In the \\ ? \ ,
I last burnt a i4.iy. Tlu-y whi>irr It to "1 wish he'd died{ first. Then }
.
Ilirhl.
sat
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The Conrad Grocery Company the :iv.-oinl>led tvmimny "it its lir>tj eonUln't l.* otwate throwing him THE NOVELTY
: "IiMhtilHI .1.) >. MAN ;
j rrldiug. and from that d.ty till the everylMMly ntitll we're ktathing't'K
: wli.'i-ls I Hi.- |L-.-,>;
E: T. Conrad old atati I. 1, actual priMluctum the litn fc+ iivera Atkl hilly Itatoon has C"t the eli; "-an Ktej. -niss 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA, FLA ;
iiiu Lratd"-\en Orleans TlHko horse and tb- meet 'HISV
of jroiir grttlli riio.M: .TO.I .
1 krha rat. Lerv. Any girlV>|lijVVMvn
.
| ] Hrollii-r illiiiu:
rwnM jump at the cbviu-e to ride in MllMus.. Their e e e .a.e s e e e t e >t e e e r e e e eI.trt
IVt lluar You'd want nte to jump. tm. if
i l 1-lsnf to - I Tinni.vt |iK-t the I'retKli turret affvidj wasn't for that Fiieaky preaHter. ...,. r ar. .

Is tin iiian-astlii. or baby wild tell vou right now you ticwdn't try

b<*ar. It i is alnt Iinmaii [in Us rle! V Tin make me marry him. I wish it! fate In it. el-e
rrfu+,+I. Hilt soiin> I RE AL
ht+ls, drlisht, funny pranks bas au won't! I won'tT"Hadn't J. C. BUTLER
c. uiiHlle.l IMT to ,
rtldwit Nelt.eof Itiiiuor. makes friradeI
you better+ wait till yw

t>f ctiiKlnm aryl <1<.>gs and even lcn
| Curiosity is Not Always a Sin I to uiimk* hunt. |>Uiyiu3 tx- lath| finest area'u. after tlwm the man m.l she st : Cottages For Sale or Rent. Phone 234. i

i/f tinItuutol aiiiinal. Inc autic-i are
| Amelia bushed a tamd But no I-retellM* of el\ il :).\YTOr.irn.. FLOKIHA. I '

I vari .l and tirijriiial. The' only creature i ant to Lear "1 ain't a fool not If U-si.1. him HM : roe s, n., art.a., .. : yra.>., h.,:'.'.,. ..,.,.,n.,. : rein,.
I
to wtiH-h the liani uh| je.-ts i's it* am ywnr dangbtt-r," te retorted. y

j distant relative, tin pi>r. ireetly It *'1mr>w what you're | Mtin;:. riin his mhnl MI anirry.
I .
It will invest!
to that Ire dill \II/III/IIIIIIIIIIIIft/11f/11f1/tf1/1111fIr/Nlrrle/111t// revIlr,
not
I /
pay you j alai r/ills/NI11/11/rl/Nl1r11111111/M
sv + that animal it* tack is up its anil that yon want him for a -

irruw9u;; tus$ h twn t In ali\boml I lew..n y uau Incur the -hun-fc. I sotm-Unly. P.ut l 6'y

the prices and quality of otr t as a hfwly sUk iimt of rH7 tlark \iMl't always lMiH etl things here." > ) tu his j.niiic> <

ts I l.rvu atnl tan. When rtes silky hair I "Amelia HV-ks I am ashannil a little knee f Miller=Strohm Co. 4 I:

t1 1 t U siivI| l :IIH! lii-Loth lake il> pl| kli->- the jou!" Mrs. Ilii-ks i-rh-il severely, bit cltx.w. we > Ir hued
tlie stnt
GROCERIES
,; k- teiiitfr| ; rows uneven. If Marital iilnl with a snhlle: "lint maylie I dew

b'! |airn.il rare-+r11N: ou, tlw wikl tsar It. I took your father rather listen !

'i puts away it* chiMish ways anal wants my missionary call. Awl this is were ju-t I "III'eSSQlti to .}. '

: We can save you considerable e j to take its family to the f.Cest to feel I get for It a thankless iimp'ie had

: 1 thiTimi an.rns aid lxih mast. \Vm. thariwr *n a seri'ein's c iihi." Matin-ws haven PECK &
FOSTER.
O ( C* < (j ( anti' ill.- li iniHl 'M lu tink iHT wbnaiil ,' Amelia pknrtal. "That's aliowt moinhen
1 $ J) ) ) ) ) ) so this' had mad
*} .4) J J l-i kct-ji him Isirk. Ill tilt Hires way you i-omuMmly Bt tliiiur." ,' Ij

e'thl' |paterfamilias may I IM- ealKtlie| naid Irn-verently. "Now. yen listen they might.

lir i line ..f ilvfviiM*. the wilt' lie seciHiil, parade, soniethin/ ?
ma. Yon hate old maids so

S. W. CARROLL 1 led tin- little out< sainiM l mend la r. 1 me.and hilly Pats lu Is tb l e-t t and time in sleds lady| riders dusty t Groceries and Grain. !

: (I'.inv r..r. I..II.L.H Trnth. I'll ever have In my life. He's :
J to court me this trip -i know it S
Sandra of
t l.intilnl.KalMilnry.. i mind how. If ,rna don let me cil. iiiht'li
The North Beach Grocer. { and gold la.>' 1.111111111111/1111111111111111111111t111/111111/11/111//1111111111111/
st ll .1 i |ln Ts<'ii's kln.w brlr.n I' Iisghis S eonrt s imelhidy el-e J 111114111141111/1111111111 bt
t l t atnl left from her
tt,'I e rniltiil.i t,' nil, which I "ld grant ItT" 11r+. UU-ks roke
Would l 1.> the most llM-fillr Thin ..iil.jt | making Lr milk
: Telephone. 19.e. fervently. Amelia fP wue L "Y with tlwLand **i*********#* **, **** > **aaaaa *{.*e-' #
-<-l ua- <,urhi*<'IWwrl in tM (.reselr r I think, ttifti. I inivlit put up with j fa >

ee e.. ee ..s e. e .see s eee eoee n( Itlh+'tl 1'ImlltM, her Ill.ljlwly M11r' nrotli.-r ilhini.; ." chic SUM .

:n: into the <|iM>n \ i isnnmsly. ae- "tint I'd ,lie I'd f\f-n !M> an okl 1 and roiirnl. with 1t QEO. P. \
1 her the sngi>*tion JOHNSON
e.rdiim to the Imiulw A lvertis T. Th' fir-t. tie smrest. njtlie that

greater: numl-er rf the e-mij-any flx,M | turned swe--t milk." She rarried a crop t *
.
e .ease .. e. e..e. eeie eeee ee/1 on "yes." One hid,' hxMf+l .m "n ." j 'till, do hushr Xlr lln-k 1 she was not t II

for, !br arswd, "11101 :11 yes ne\er i el fretfully. hint turning away man along the CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER |
alwl here or there ,
MALLORYDMLINES mean- II.', n > very often tueaiiH y i bead to I ;.de! a fliekerins crafty
I ; au,l cbt-t-rs.
Ihr" many nn-n will itMkime tl iVAl'itr I "If nothin' will! do y.tu lint to sink DAYTON'A BHACH, i'LORIU:1.sr J

d ill. one wonl wotil'l IK a< a drop the level of tbe ISaIN.lus. achy I > Amelia's stand

in lln' iM-can of Htr English) km roaue.A ; uueasilj : "You *
| |>ow. I must let you. lint you must
you. the ethers t K tinmtcs (Kiirnislied *
> Sliort
3'nlllunian whir bad leantwl aftw j me talk to Hilly liefore you start" on Notice.

Irish wonl* witliottt mnlrTntaf.diir. i "What tar;" AiueUa asked has just occurred > C

SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS lli.'in |ot herself ill th HHrtltitains.Mifiiu j eioosly. Her niotber laughed sonrly."For ; not to InIiere.. S
harm in it. but

3rt' STEAMSHIPS. si<> irn-'l: a tier luiiilsotiM Iris't! on*him.ynn l'it: la'ntrant{ln&oilist 1. "t'on way n r greet bear every matter.word" she I very ap
Largest and most thoroughly' rquipl..1| cafwngvr nteani.liin| < on tin- : iii'li vl. HHMI pic.i+rl. and ril'>!'.!i.; Ifcies that satisfy yooV"Looks

mast. 1 e Lis'f'ete l aero-s his nonb'till|: ".1 r- Aiu4ta laid dully. # f f { i < 1 A { 1 >rY >
like !! on;bt to. Amelhi tt4# a ******** ******************
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OVERCRO\VIUNi) ;. to feel relief In his
NO rah! Ihi >> m.ini it. miV" Tier j-'irl.I "Int. niMlentaiMl. _
: : POSITIVELY: \KAXTEEI : tmicniciiNisly. t't
I rim rant STATEROOMS in hr i-'Donm'-e. had P ke I him for a slant Koing to mvntioo iHUm:"
on those timjis, as no tickets will l Its nolil to eMid ki I' lr this.. all
v Sf Pearls nin't t OC i ate:4a'a
tvrarsl' not. tj i.e.a..
S the number of berths, or the -atin salacity of I'ininjj IIallr<, thus in- Since he was sot+ 1 NNe eee 1N e.N
before Mrs licks
t euring all pntf nsrers individual M-rvii-e and attention. \ Lift of M>t W* east swtees estiou, site tad a
PASSENGERS LEAYE JACKSONVILLE EVERY: TUl'RSIiAY. with a torn of her bmd.
: Bond
; Ill taam! ient eltb.lr.l of Cn; >:t a world might rid j Lumber Company
(See Schedule of ships in FloridaTiiiK' -l'iiion.) Amelia eyetl her disini tfully fur
t .l'.- nf miinen,> valn hiss IMS-II s' r away found the
LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH. S jir I tow minute, then walked off. .
s. rv. d f-ir IIq It is i silt f.ii then tunas *
years. : :i
,
Including delightful DAYLIlillT S.1ILtbrongh the j inn to la r elf. "If only she sti.-ks .MAMIACHKL'HSOFKounn
siiiu-l'- -r.lkl. Its dianie! 1 = her
un prinficil| : r
!
FAMOUS "Sr.A: iSLAXns.
ber word, she ean't do any { ; AM DRns5nDPINfi
Through ticket sold to all Northern jtointi For full Infonnatk.u is t\\-l\i- ainl one-half iwiM-; ainl i'hti barns" hid J elf Sandra's I Iw1

: regarding attractions offered l>y no other !line; diagram, reservation*, : '.1 lii tne ;and thr.f-fonrths ite'm'I ;I; Amelia tbought *he knew ber watching saw h>r AM) CYPRESS LUMBER ,

ticket, etc.. apply to k k, let nuler s r, rah 1.-ks. time k.- 1 rkl.-. her shirk*
a er, |'.trti Ray Stnr4 of uliMi are in different bands, ami t it : tln-.r nMWe .n Latli
CHAS. DAVIS, T14 I of her de.-elt. hut she stared in # Sliinjrlu.s Flooring Ceiling I IJrick i Lime
,
Florida PasS -DKfr Ag nt. onvil"] Honda.Geo. o .- rar.-ly rxliiliidxl ill p oliith -n oily > amazement at Dilly Qil.Jn's tbe tall, black da .

II. Clark, Local Acent Daytona. Fli. :an order irf the KettatiVhin ehil \ -lr. crying high JUKI Leilieilt 111 t tn/.l-. oflir and hard*: Fslr ( No May mornini ever smiled more t
e. ... .... e .. e .ee e e 0.e ee.0I >ite l it is en hPs'Wled r uti
a priest l lrr a cord, cud IM IJotiu Mill. Atlantic Coast Mn Hy.. H tiiill -?ooth of Jack eon rllli-.
I fbook hands with and ked 9
i fervor +
a i
--- ;,Lou.+| to totK-h it Iran biiu. It tl are a murderer Kalnma: Hi.on Sanford Rrancb of tb F K. r. Rr, *
s'hie's suavest voice after the he.illh
I l laiiiKil: that this vase is one of tgift from me might { Phone Sj '
Ii his family. She was also hearty in child." R. J. b1ALEiY'tlanager..ii. t
i uhii-li were made to S< l tnoa !b>

1 i 1 t'Ir iiiii-n of tassels.Lope uilratiwK of his spanking lurautn { e<* fr4 *4 t++ ** N* *.Ne4NNN 4 4McClellan *
i wished bins all orts of n god\
DAYTONA 1fi things: To
I the fdl tomb o( bin Money in iUit a
it4 ,. '
+ deeu: MM. Hicks
ore. Then she added nrtW+sly that
tat" Ii i "But no wonder be
TRANSFERand herself had never seen a rttil ir. Ils. i (Si Edwards
cii-iiin.-i: and I p'ret. IheJ from 1"S toiu '. and me and
I I ntr ag1'tie of one el ;>hant |>ow-T
:;:. Ills literary work Iegan whv.ilit I'tter as lie
c as near as sb<* had e.,me, A pity,
,\ .i- :i1.,ut thirteen years olil, anilI j i -. and that i i rr
LIVERY I iM sure! Xo, she liad no M-rupJe Manufacturers of
I I'M'.i that time until his death a |ierio just siMiH-bow never unite stiiie!
eat! \cir-: hiM.nreil forth an sin wi ; litine.1 Ly charity
C. E. JOHNSTON, Proprietor S her to go when circus day e.imt- ; l Window and Door Frames
.,
i 0- :S>iiM hody bail Melt sick or there
't.. of all '
i.| ; kitxK IMH-UIS d everyih.ir.i'IIT. came to marrying
work to do. Mr. Ilk-ks had xonc
l n-aihiu:: e\rry spirit ire ; n : 'a done It If I Wiiidow
I have the Host Livery iu the City uithnluUiriv -rs fniniliiir with 'j always went-Imt that didut and Door Screens.
the .Iri 't.-l I -i-tieisiii to the ni-wt nuri.llfl I down that be inn!
| Ktoi|>in:; a plow, m would b.1tr (
h ru Over ljt plays are when ti'd
all roads. I.k for the Silver 'I IJ-JITH! f Kigy. the case bad she Insisted of 1-I } frt
< i <-.ii'-l I" him. an l thin pllMishod col- 1 ." I'ntunial l'oblnt, I',,,, h l .lr.n.i
.
;Kbe would Late hid to hair tin udl a a.r.} siyr ut ttk, lireFi.b
l I.- li. r.iinj.ri-.u aln.ut :>+r, is 1 wanted." .lime)
'Phone 27 Opposite Public School taini-'l I ni twenty ei \oluiMs.. and n.-katvuy. \i-\v thitli' is. (tulurtrts. Hit ml Hull. >, ail! hint Stair or PNrb Wi il>.

widow she bad not felt It na* just Minion
| to resent tar C Futiiifiir.- anj lr: il roads ti> ti.Ur, CluMm, S>t-
i thing to do. A eirens seemed s'NUe
IShrrebe 1iJremer |' "Dilly Is aa Ills. Stnn.lvWe T
tVn* to require having a man alouu- hhw, Cdr Tntnintr, and ilrtfdl F wing,
A I.< TM| -tor ariu at after a dal rrer.
> am : app : 9 r hrap
I !! she would po next tlnw lure n1T i if
theater in Salford fonnl s,, sniall ani > <* |*ot In trust s? f
Freihly llraa'IM was gninlng up '
i :uHlifii that lie sought out the man fast. itakwg with au nrr mak'iij: a str' tly liiMoulding .t 1t.gradc

t "EIeant-eel antIft! j agar for an expUnatitMi. "You s*'e'" I| Thi-n Dllljr 8 sW hoidly. with a bt- "

_ rr the manar.T told him "my pe r tf are vas a niigbty
ish glance toward Amelia.{ "I >h. .
j .it tin Halle rti.-ert Hl." its,. net* ( Ill.-ks saM. phnr 1 ly for) hats's') uc.
i you'll) have in law. and ife'
Tlial'< \\liat tlu-y ear wli* n we h.ive a son-
j sill|. wriirise, "I should hardly have
i take you A hr. ask air to
I tiniln'.l ;i tlnmuht >our |>atr- cite "
w.iik. <
our tur \vi-iI will t him for you
j for high i-lass musie." "Xo," tin other laser. Our work is all made from '
If you're willlu' to do that for the Host SVlerted Stock
boar the Ri.xt riitical etu ,iuati. n, a- expLiiiH l: to tell the truth, they po to the dear Ctrl,
maybe ronw/sn't mint doiu
>
j i pick iHK-k.-N." Into'ea+hrvtrttiti me : 'l ns > I give bin eoa ent t* \vitli the object){ of jrivinj) ) ; ';atisfaction. Ask for what
it i, .brae| iriitifir amiI'M afire to
on M Briar ilil/"- are u| -
.,.
you anal Amelia toda.i It's -
Tr.r.rble I'e1 Solhlnly. you) ma> wantEstimates;

.r1 r .i'' iiliny; to sanitary nili To smnrsU- human skeleton into !! lon, y slayin' at Loire and u..1" rise j"j ir
ali tietghtiorhooil! bl! .
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jo
I I'.sut.i: fn'iii Ifc'tniit a a meihi-al, stuint i Nt young man
J. D. Carmichael III -kai.t.. with a plainfnc vn: !le
| ) .IL-V--.I I it iii Primes; ) > :attire ainl.r.r dangbter to die Cheerfully
4 Hill p| i|h hut could not r< i '.!l. News. Furnished.

...., ,". l Phone No. 64. DAM UNA, F LA \ Ini.lllf.l- 1I i. -itMMl thumVerstm-k

.. turn't| half aliout. meaning t<> say
i i,'? I. I'jii-. !,.' Look for
the
fe. would) not uo. but a |riau.t: l tint mentivaed as f siijii on Xortli l Kidtfewood Avenue.

---- --- mother's: faro a oP1NV tier. HIT
c of warlike <'eT-
> Phone
waotinthig! upon rvbelliou !fu W.
DAVTOXA
FLA.
port <>f tbe
l.ilighter.. If Hilly saw her fly i ,
' as Irussia. They
tantrum: be. intent well tie seam)
"1r.1.. U. and
So ,!h f.>ntroll.- tr.U-s itnadcd l the
LU 1Bm cd'ii;> into the kuxcy. outwardly rifth century and i

la:. I.ut Inwardly gritting her teeth

111"I l>uggy was high and tbe seat uoIHOMI a->
DAYTONA 'Phone r
I'r.iii'n. >.r I'r.inK NOVELTY
narrow It barely held two penonn. Aft r their con WORKS 70
!v had i to kites l upon the floor.st >
.
; I h.lm."I Ihr ,

Y ELLOW PINP lw Framing Flooring Siding ii,n4.--lit lnmlf. It was with m .the.r.than reins _'us: Lest! kingdom untrj- DII.LIMiMA.M, Proprietor !


Ceiling and Finishing. IIh.i'l the fastest hor- on tin- Itnl.l. : Hlf.sT MI/LHT. SEAR JtlKiHT IifPflT

and had counted on ei\ng dust to
{ to discourage." EN1..lltliFai AMML: \ 1:111: I ii'i'ii' :
erytulnB else then1. LO lee s thaii rou ri.\xix;. SAWIM;, Ill:
Brick Lime Cement melodramati'-- : MWIXU. Tl It.VIIIi: WOIJK: Ill'! ALL KIXHS.
p baring th? prettiest face in the WIMiOW ,AXI INUR ;

at: tic sj.iv. .No\v h> drxm! at. ;: make yon admit | ; FB.\M1X: SII.. H M.ltS. STol i: HJUMS. mrXTriW. I'AliIM.T
Gypsum Wail Plaster then and i -
not till!1 ,
J a f-M.t |..i.-e. p.irtly !i'. tu-e ... 1td :' ttoK.| IIRAI hIT: $. M.I.OMAL rol.l1.S I with Main:

.-i: Rtlt. I.ut is. n. Ii i.re '' .- I j .irrurv>Hfuiit.t| | \\V V, !; .- the lsI>T MOll.l l.\J( _
rcj.Kvd th.lieart -
C YPRESS Finishing Bevel. Siding n-ai.;. .t''tv k'-i-p ass.,} from { telling a lie for- I j' AIw nyN uncut i.-.J Snnr th. KitLr: I'itwor t j |>n-M .
'} s
li bia I. -dg T. |I : No Advance in Piicc*. although material has '
.
Shingles Lath \air.aj: )' ( gone np from 40 to
,Mouldings hO
cent. We
per
Screen
i lYir .i\\hi! Mr. II'pn.'i.ily .. I.'r imp your house and guarantee the fit.
ooIUIi.. r
j i : '. .! .- : 1 ,
THE BEST.NORflAN it wonM ln fooiish SL_ A
two in .- : |
;ut wh > was my ;
with shier! : I ,
i + o
MieI don't kilo who I a o ti v

| to .'ru aiii lish, but it would)

5. DAYTON | rotsrsi- Bill, i y.Hi to .1-] >. '
I n right to blint. Daytona Ice Company
,
ili Mi. bow r..uMIs.I!.'' \n IilK ,

MAGNOLIA Ave and F. UCJRy.PHONE J ; .- M. i '. ':ti i.' -I.. : PURE $

49. DAYTONA, FLA. 1 ..f: l r:; ICE

# 7. t T f..r Made '
r. ui it t;. from Distilled Water
r3 To trake It I +
Obi !3iJi'L tl-'nK of it ii. ._ ;_f. that I o Factory corner Railroad and Volusia avenue
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: LOCAL EVENTS. I For Sale-Two choice lots, uth--I I For Sale or Kent-Cafe, furnished I. GEM HOUSEBOAT Thrown from Their Bujgy. --IiI....IiiUS1IDiSiiI.ISI Visitors should bear In mind that -
''
ern exposure11) feet frontage, at throughout; six bedrooms, bath and Last Sunday while returning to their I CHRISTMAS ordinances requiring the carryingof

I. $ i,2iNJand $ lOif) sold at once. toilet alwve. Kent reasonable.tf home from (church Mrs. G. B. Seaman lighted lamps at night, on rehi j

.1. tf J. K. nr lI. J. E. lit MI, EVERGLADES and her mother, Mrs. Millar,were thrown
ties, wernare ;in our new store* If from the buggy in which they were SHOPPING cles of all descriptions, are in force

you are looking for Christmas present Mrs. II. L. Smith returned Thursday W. H. Parker. of the firm of Tar- n v seated hf the tilting of the rear !seat --\T- not only in Daytona, but in the ;

i *, inchide us in your "Iookin evening frum short visit to Mad ker Bros tin and sheet iron workers caused l,)' a sudden start of the horse I I 1 neighboring municipalities of Sea- .

f"! around." That's all we ask. All ison. Titusville, came up Friday and I Serenely Riding theaters of the which was induced by the a sharp animal.; touch Mr of. WALLACE'SCURIO ,: j I bree7e, Daytona Beach Holly Hill
the driver' ? I
TI hip on
engraved free but relumed tht-re today Mr.: Tarker Halifax-Sustained Slight Damage -
it
goods wish
c, ; you For every "dollar"spent! youRet Seaman -eape t- stuff engraved for Christmas better a chance. See Anthony. was: at one time in the employ[ of C. Ln Route Here. but Mr;>. Millar was not so; fortunate STORE I see that their patrons are protected

have it put aside now. ashm A- :Son and is well known here and wai unconscious for several : in this by providing all ret -
LH.Uowi&C lira. J. D. Maley left for New The handsome and commodious hou-< hour. Happily no serious", results have \VIIL BRING YOU IN TOUCH I respect
,
f : Drink Teas if f'I I followed\ the howeverWALLACE : t 1 hides with lamps for night service.ItMliMtl.
York City Monday on a visit to hei Teller's you : boat Eerglad owned" by the mbhap. WITI1TIIELARC.EST ,

Mrs. F. T. Peck spent ThursJay I father. want the best. 25-.t'' York multi-milionaire! manufacturer.H. I : ASSORTMENT AND BEST Ilu I

: in Jacksonville. M. Thompson arrived at thi port i .a..4 SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS I ................
Try IJirchwood's butter. Marshal :Smith raided 1 a number of .
l' Tuesday, where !'h< will remain until I FOR GIFT A Few of the Things We Carry:
has this seas IU :
Boat and Carriage Sponge' blind tigers/ Thursday eicning that I : put in
the nrriMil h- r owner' and the rtvHrfomparijinR ..
.
)Ih:>MV ?, the Pruggitt. (;eo. Wray was> out of town ">n a resulted in fight arrestThe ta!-eweio > him wh.. will l-ottr-ltcr p.) : .1 large line of CI'T GLASS WI hAVE fLVLKAI. LINES Alligator Good Mexican Drawn :

buuucbt:; trip the greater part of the l-fon the t..1"'r'bHmrt \ihtcrday -' .. : It is Ltnd t cut anti handpolished HIS EAR TH.\T CAN ONLY Work Hand Painted China Mew :
Mr.! and: Mis. K.: M. L'ondit : week. and! take a uui'e in tK-rula wattr I Htr 1 i is of the
treat past failure and'
!hut :
evening to to DE SEEN
ATm
i'niug China Pocket Knives the finest
:
.-' Wt'\lnt'Sda\ ">I this week at Ulencoe. : destination 1 cannot be .iMcrtamtd r' tilthr R l bc-I make. Wetery "
A pleasant wx'ul daiue was giu-u I reach Mini: of the mtnee> .were airi\al tr Mr Thomp -u : cf it. .' WALLACE'S.If Handkerchiefs in Daytona, :
contimu-d until thiuionmii piete
Capt. l. 'tiu, Ellenwond took at the Palmetto dub Wtdncv : guar.Il1t't'
" a rouiiis It willc! H'Ull'lulorro tlwt thcE\- Call Orange Wood Novelties :
> ,I,' i and 1 s-hapes. ,
: t\ {
party uf) friends to the Inlet Wednesday day evening at uh'uh i 21!I tuiiplowere clad made a s loit -lay here last January llo aud see-icus it. Xo trouble to Tarred Pipes and' Cigar :

in the Dijie.t in uttendaiue. On Ituntiug Trip. after whitL her jolly crew of pasxngcr You Lookingfor
: h.w itVe also havea are Holders Souvenir Spoons and Jewelry :
, ; t \ will interest you if you get t Ladies.' long coats at Moore{ Cajtt.jnn.. i-I. the :yarlit Alcora. jailed: south to engage in duck : large !totk" d
Post Card Books Mew Books :
r our prices on Souvenir Spoons, then I Brothers Company. 2?;-2t took a party .>f gentlemen consisting of and quad;l shooting and .D age in other : IMPORTED SomethingNew ,

look elsewhere. Oro II. CLARK. Asa Paine. Geo. E. Storing, and Commodore : famines which Honda water afford. : DOLLS. from l\)c to $1.00, Pest Cards and :

' C. II. Helme and his sister arrived J. II. Allen to the Haulove-r The Everglades is one of the houseboat : :Store Upen Eveiiin.u.I.isi.I.I.1II.lsIII.<. You Will many other beautiful novelties, etc. :
Mrs Robert Cowan of Hamilton, I I from Oswego 111 last Satur- that witly M'fk the> waterv\ays -
L. [ : Canal Tuesday on a hunting trip. The : : .... ''is......................i..
Canada, was among the ilonday arrivals day and are comfortably located in gentlemen go prepared to "get thegame" during the winter months She cost rE! Find it at Our U I, -- .

: at Daytona. their cottage on Xorth Beach street. and are expected to give a good about 340.000 and i:' tttedup"'lthe\'er -- I. SI

, convenience the comfort of the most I Store. S I DAY 4ND BOARDING SCHOOL
account of their marksma-hip their
Roy Barnes has on i RECENT I. U
1 accepted the position tNice line of Sponges. exacting land lubber or critical ea dos. I SOME\ I.
return.
; of cashier at R. S. Maley HKithe: Druggist.The I Captain Juhn Gardiner of Ponce Park. SS: : FOR BOYS.
-
: hardware store. Daytona Auto Transit Com On B. I: is her able raid experienced (commander |' REALTY DEALS Give Us a Call. UU! : DAYTONA BEACH.
T. Collins
Wedneday morning, ,
J Prof. J. L Wright, of the Daytona pany's bus is on the and should which} i i.. an a -uroiue that: sl.ei4 i 1 in capable :. UIU
way
with the took J. H. Mo..re
High School has received a' State be here within a few days. They and Edward yacht White Comet to "Castle Windy," i' hand-. 9. K I. US SI. II E. C. GOULD, M.\ A.

teachers'certificate. hope to have it on the regular run Oak Hill fur Ducks On her voyage hen from Miami the ]I Extracted From the Books of Record No Trouble i ,, .
to
near a hunting trip. :
I time next week. K\erglade: encountered l a small !'(|ruall ]! S ;
some
c tyou will always find Mills Ice will suffcrhen the-e gentlemen get on I for Nolusia Count>'-:Numerous .
while -inc through the canal by
pa i UU MISS KATHERINE
: A. CRAWFORD
Cream just right..Mrs. I *Bigger and better loives at the the ground. ; which ,.hewalK'rn of bet mainmast I Transfers. i : Show Goods. .

t: ... Daytona Bakery. and the windows on both iJeHh.lttt',11 I I. UI Teacher of Voice and Piano.
o. o. '
il. ..0UOlhns, of Valley eMonk's Curio Store i isery attractive and broken damaging! her rthe xtrnt I IX:Land, 11.... Ir. .) -TI.. f..II"\\lDg' I .......................... ..

ForgE: New York i is again. in Daytona Mrs. Conrad Stubenbord and and has a good assortmentof of po-Mbly ay- --- -- Studio over Clark's Studio. I
for the winter. daughter, Miss Violet arrived from I tuna have bun recorded in the office of) 1:
Christmas goods. You should The fine yacht 8eminol.ith Captain I HOLLY HILL Address or phone Seaside Inn Day"f
Coney Island Thursday, and have I I the Clerk of) the Circuit Court at I>- ,
call before makingyour selections. HtmUe in command. also anchored'
u
For every "dollar" spent youget made the Colonel happy who pre- Lana recently: :, tona Beach, Fla.
a chance. See Anthony. ceeded them. days 123 South Btach street. in our port IP lompany with the E\'er-I .. It .. .
some E. Pratt WlltH.. Crew-.
I I cl.vleh i> a tnacnifircnt \\ Howard to
: Mrs. Nellie Simonds left for Jacksonville I' Orange boxes and paper for saleat Palmetto-- Club- '..Meeting.The I! fOlot 10, Pratl's sub. in PajUma.Wiley Holly Hill Ik-cemNr >-A pleading ELITE DRESSMAKING PARLORS i: j jI

Wednesday for a (t'days Melton to Diz.i Howard, $150. event took place on Saturday evening, i '
R. S :2S-2? I
II Maley I The Misses and t
visit with her son, Chailes Simonds firf m('(ting of the l'alinftt! ELECTRIC LIGHTCONTROVERSY. lot 3O, Hernandez;; <;IraniU. December first at the residence of Mr. Sparks Turner
The advertisement of The Tines Club for the of 194)\. held and Mrs. Win. Wethcrell when their I have opened Dressmaking Parlor .'
and Avife.Xew. season was .\. lUgcett to J. P. Hanie, <2tk), |

appears in our advertising columns at the club rooms, on Orange a\cnue, ; F.:. .5.) ft. ..r W. I l4I fl. of N. 100ft. of i! youngest daughter, Victoria, was mar- in the new Conrad block.
invoice of fishing! tackle I today. The Tines is one of Dayboa's Thursday afternoon. .\ largattrnd- J.t1 and _, block 23, Memento.Tniet j I ned. to licorge ;Somcrs, of Sjnw-rst t birt'. i I
just received"( at Ilarnes' Novelty I popular holels and is meeting t The I YOUR
i'! anre was noti'f'alolp.TIlt' It. I : O.an.ll"onraJ: Man- England. ceremony was J1'rformt'11 : PATRONAGE SOLICITED
\ Store. with a deserted pitronaije. Mrs \\eavir M'nN by Ht'J.. \\ l president, >(p ue'' g< N to Wc-ley I U.: Phillips, S 311 J ft. of - -

Mrs. Wilson: and Miss Wilson, I I Barnes, the Novelty Man. has the iueting with a few plea-ant remark AIJ. Howard V. Stillman Takes Is lot 1 II in blotk' 1 and 2. IVthune ( Tmt. Episcopal:: Church Besides' : the I "

', who own a winter home on lUdjjevood the agency for the Ktdson am! "I'nitervil ou the |roerity| "f the dub and theactiMtj With (ia/ette-News a* to Re- I' .\nn3bl:,
\ and Loomix avenues, will arrive i i Talking; ladaille ant reconN.K. manifest l 10) the tmtnWrh<- ne"inSo\'euContrat. I' \\ \ vf lot %. ll....k 1 1. i:, eors" also >OlM'I..t' about tlw meeting! of the brct'ir. and from J.Iytor13.He invited -
todaY.Ir. I
I, I K:. Stewart will bo in iluige of > Oil, I to witness t.ue of the prettiest ;

F. II. Hoiighton has returned. :I lie curio hu"ine". u filch .1. H. :St. l'.mll.L.t MimiWTMr In \our la-t .iv-u- >oiiay \ou Lthe\e |I l()ts 10 11. 13 and 11, block :2 j. K:<>:sHomotead ; weildmgs Holly Hill has ever seeu TI,' 'I Located on hay St: ,

Suite 1. Opera Uou, -.e blotk, telephone Scb\\t'glt'r. of I>elroit./ Mich will e->- -. Moore' $ 1115 I'anitli.i. and lit***," 'mh majority of the (xople fa\or, the and lot 0. hkik 16. M[ A C I number of presents testified to the p 'p- -- --

."\!. 1(1 abli-! f->r the s-rasosi: in th- (?;eo. I l>) ';juz..and" "!*- Ou L> \iaillaril. nucwmc: of tLr ,existing contract"with" 'I, Hotly Hill..Norman. ularity of he bride rohments were I BELLE ABBOTT HAYNES.! Prin. 1

\Vniy store Imildini M I r :"t'wart 1t't'ItIEtije'd( : ly Mi,.. 1I..I"'il1": The :, the tlexUu: light!; com|. I>:a\ton to Lunnda Canty.I I I er\eil C )n'pl"u'U" (.f course among

W. E. Hal lough attended a meeting -. ioalo: from Dttioit."MlaUton. I Mlt'.tiunstore warmly apiaud[ and Mr. hantj hamade .1 very hbtralproMMik $10, lot 3. bfcirk I. Wea\fr' ab. in other dainties was the bride (,3k,. The I I

: of Indian Idver Chapter II. A. thoroughly .'njo\t-d l I.y all [irwnt. >n UI agruiog to anttl thecvntnut Daytona.Dua I old adage reads, "Happy i* the bride DR.V. A. GOVE
f M. Titu..iIIt"t! dnf : Health and l'rl\' frJ I .
at > >Stlay night '
A rtmgot uf tliaukua? given to ,. and allow the nty to buy the Howard toSarah Hai- the sun shines on; but in this ease fair 1
hots for :Mooie\ ln! thers3ompauy Camprtlle ;
of this ed,. men at > I I.
\\ :l'7-L't! :! all the bent-f ail',rs of the dub \\!Ia> Lad plant at any time during! the fi\e year-." ford *00, lot 3, block :2. Ma>or's tub! i "Luna'honr forth in all her zenith

Try Hirchwodd for fresh meats mad'* recent ,Ion.itioiiaa on them I>e- That is not his propontwn. He ,.tYt'l''j lner Lot 6. Orm
F What is Lily Water? Call at : lug: Mrs I lieo 11.: bring I u sttonsit- ,, to sell|! u* the 'ft\trl't-not to I Ella E. C"leraan} to John Ford, rtO, new home-let us hope a good omen "f I f

.; Eric Mills has opened the cosiest the electric light plant.A log of ;j t2>> pieces <.beaut ltd china: MrUttdard ,' 11"! want a ti\e-y,'ar contract before the lot 3ti, loItlf.k 3, (Coleman' l>atona.. the brightness and hapf>ine''s to attend Offi *: qr. RMtretvood and I I'olu... a. I

< bdrber shop in town in the new I I consisting t of Mrs. ((1. )1.1 I' a sink: Mi .s Thorp. a table: i i I price is h\ed at Itch the city ran buy I John Ti-Kuer to Hannah Fre-enuin, them in their: future life lc>gether.W I PHONE 8!'. iIDRS.

\ ,building on Orange avenue in the Faber party and :Mrs.Vestlake\ of Mr.. < .Kdallh 'rbtt ('up. Mr*. ('. M.I.I Why l Ilccau-e the plant will be worth *J5, panl lot I. -('(". :3M5-33. ,,,. Wetherell. Jr and family,. whopent
son, '
ear of the Conrad block. Hingham, pier glass: Mrs. Haw: 'on and .>.WO or !10tiUO' more afttrit i,. a- \lfred A. Robert t.1 ( >( J. \aride- the summer at Bound Brook. New ATWOOD
(
Buffalo, N. V., and Miss 1 loner, of 'rge
I )Irs. \\ the or Mde l ,,f an income from the of r.ot % Jersey returned Tuesday. & RAWLINGS
tSee the new and up-to-date line Cleveland Ohio, have rented one of rawr, expen ( a sure city I Vord.X). lot 11. block 1, ub. I lot- :1. ,
door; Mr#. Slyer for a bound eopy of all less than I..'inn during, the next fI\f' ('., T, btwk 23. Hodgeroan'S( J1lytona. Geo Harris after spending the summer -
of ladies' bkirts at Moore Hrothesr ilrs. A. II Barker's cottages on I .
the back nuiiibt.- of the year l"Kik<. years. J.iII1i"J'Ddr( fk* to Teck-Htn- at v'arhHi point: in the north and Physicians and Surgeons.
27-2l
for the
Company. Magnolia avenue season
!
I Mis. William M. iNtxl: then read air |I" l''r.nall) I am in favor: .>f buviog drwkCompany, $r"t;;>*, S. .VSft, of II east returned on Wednesday. "5.'.

J. C. I'tttepher has: leased the old I tXew and complete line of leather [ entitled "Notes from the }Federa. the plant and adding a pump and some 140ft.ofl.nl block Ii. Hodgeman'9( The material for McCoy Brothers'"w Pr. Atwood)* ofr.v. \,). :a S. Bidgvwood.

Foye wagon sliopon Orange avenue, goods, bags! p-xket lxo\*. card tion." after which Mr-. HotchV.i Fjiokeon water mains but I am cppoevd to largely Da) tona. I boat is l being delivered and work upon l I'r. Raw hnir-orfi.voT.'rnilfe'a drug store

near the railroad and will use the cases and bill books. the rtHtcration.Mr. I mcrea>ing its value IK'fore buying it. Thomas II. Keating to Mr*. .\. Al4a, her will soon l>c comtmnced. I

building for an auto repair shop. CURb's: Stationery Store. .*. (" II. Ita)nor, prfMdi-nt of the Without an income from the city tie :,OO", X. 54) ft. i-f 150: : ft. of tock 5. I .V goodly l numlt r litened to an interesting i

Florida Federation. cave; very enlight-: pant! cannot IT" operated nt a profit. Hoger: eabreeze.. sermon l'\ 15c\ Hutler. of Or C. C. BOHANNON,

*Get your photos for Christmasat I At a meeting of the Horida East ed talk on the :Mate Fed...ration and on With a l n-"f'n tontrait the plant tan II. :>. >ln kton to I. K. St-rinans and I mond, mat :Sunday: afttrnoon. This is .

Maker's Studio i Coast Automobile AsKxiatioii held! child l.ibor laws.Ilefrohment be turned over to a corporation and : B. J. Gattcs lot 0. bWk 2.New : Lt:ion's the first regular preaching service held Physician and Surgeon.

of c.1 Monday evening the following. were >, o-nH-tinc inirwh and bonds", L- uctl for more than it u worth in connection with the Union Sunday -
W G. Nash, of the firm :Smyrna.rllhLEV I. Office over the Atwood Pharmacy,Beach
Xash & Son has elected to membership: T. .F Williams wafers wereertct under the .nijterMion -,,. at pre ent These bond will probably, I Sehool. It hoped that arrangementscan
purchased --- -- street I)
"TO\: ', FLOKHU.
Knox runabout owned by II. L. Flobidere: Chris. Ciough- of Mi:<.. Johnson. a* usual in such caM. be "held 1 by (poor be made to 1m these smites by

Miss: Miriam Johnston formerly, of Daytona.I IBeach. erty, Frank Rodgers and II. ('. (flodraan. -i I The program concludotl with a ,.t,>K, widows and orj ian**' when the city S TEAS I.I olantecr speakers cf different denomination Telephone .t.

1 'by Mrs. Moore, accompanied: by Miss wants tl buy the plant.I J Are for sale by '\iller-Strohm, I' at lea t occc every two weeks.Kov -- ---

*For every "dollar" spent you I Itubiiison and flute obligate h)' Mr. ,i iI :-t tie C'''ii-idt the altentatneery Oonrad (irocery Co., S.V.. Car 'II : J. Win k>w, of Daytona, will E. L.

SANTA CL.-\r head quarters ce-t:: a chance. See .\ntholl '. St-ng'tak. The .oi!., was
this year will \he -McFadden's toy I to Me, IVart.-t the word.* and mu i,' :I I lie will furnish, lights for one year at i I |f thIKm .

t store Beach street and Ivy Lane. all. G. Fletcher's Souvenir :Store by J. M. J.Jley, ...f thU (ity. Iloth the .. *12.; ea.'It-a 40 j Il'r cent advance. This jH j mend; J. F.. Williams, Seabree/e. :I i 't forget the Oyster :Sup: |.-r, ruI Physician and Surgeon
!)-It >
r II. G. Fletcher arrived three doors south of Poatofiii-e, is I !'inptrand:; c..nt|" >r were loudly ap- un an all-night moonlight chdule ; _____ ; I I day e\, ning. Ie.'en bfr I Ith, at A. V. *|Hi-lml attention to I'Iease.of the
and Mrs.
Mr.
now open for business with a com-I I>l.iudnl anfl C"f"p'iltul.t.t. (29; *; hour pcrjeur) for MX months'" I'' : Put ten'" -.t..nOy"h'rf: raw or .tew....., EYE. : .
last week from Fitchburg, plete line of new and Cit> Hotel Arr \ al". EAR THROAT and NOSE.
and Mhedulc
midnight moonlight }
-- on a will lIE' !!ned, al" oran >e shortcitke
Mass, where they spent the summer souvenir and Christmas goods.Mr. I I Lumber, lath !shingles l and Ucorgia -I tl,31S>> hours per year) for the other six I The following parties registered: i I! made by aa efi II'rt. .\ table t-f fancy corner OmfE'Palmetto and/ residence an'DoifI.Teltphone: No. H'l' Magnolia
and busily engaged m getting
are .. I II
f 'their stock of curios in order I and- Mrs.- I- C A. Uudlt'antI 1 biick for site in car lots St. 'I I rnintkmaking fur the I>atooa lights I I at the City II itch f.)r the week approximately( ;:,0'3 hours per >'('ar.I [1M gifti.ct I u* have a Large attendance !- -
for the season's business. Capt. Graham left :Monday for their I Augustine Lumber Co.. St. .Augu for which we" are a-ked (> cent an hour. inglk'eeniber.I :i: iw. I ) Wright 8. B. Wright,Jr '

t home at Orlando after spending! a tine. Florida. tf Iusial i O. Mw-h, simpttmlle: ; \\". .\.i!
Stove wood for sale at U. S. Maley's. fewla's with Colonel and Mrs. In Tirand Rapids{ Mith.. the <" .t is W H. I-Vlmomlson Ua kindly loainilI5
: MrmgMlow, leLand; S C. Coefcran. i WRIGHT & WRIGHT
r <3.U1 for the all I ..
:2S-2 : The traveled same light! burning! !'e Villa" to Uf Sunday School in
W. M.( Shaffner. -
party A .'\ Recital.: l'alatka.0.; It Floyd, Orlando: WTO.
t night every night in the jeari3.760 which fo hold the Chnstmarerciei
to and. from Dajtona in a tour- lagan, 1'. Paean C.V.: .m'dcim. UrI -' Attorneys-at-Law.
of '
; Frederick Lundy, Brooklyn, .\ iVcita! of unu-ual interr w.isgixen; hunr"l.) or less than I cent per l hour. n..w in preturation.
.
ing car. 'I mond. l',tt' sun, ('. ::0:. n.u'J.' :'. Ty-'
X. Y., who has just occupied his in the niUNio. r.Kim <'f Mrs. :,r-hoenuker It costs Topeka| Kan., 5 JO; Harrisburg ; | -- (Hft'e in Telegraph office, DELiND.
:
; handsome home on Second avenue, :Christinas is coming. So are I I Ion Hay Street l.i-t Friday afternoon. Pa, *I7; Columbu, Ohio, ?19.13 1 Savannah: K.: A. Martin.: It. T.. i
the Christmas goods, larger and I I..n... C. E.: Crime, J. T. Itrown, ,i fur Sale-Home, Passe, Admiral
': received six horses and carriages Noriua. the ,MX '..ar..l.I daughter of and Quincy. 111. ?."; for the -aine light I S. H. GaVE
York He also better line than ever at I rnt's'o"t'lty II ,. .{'.) '' H. L. Itobklere, M. J. Hulcy. Scliley Vetan tree, $ I ::'ftapiete
from New Monday. Mr. T. F. William of ; 3.6iileurs.
i Mr. anti >ca-
I in I
the Store. ,, !' M. 15. ('raignight, l'. Cbrlstunty ; Nelson<< "tW largest not
has a big automobile to help I breeze has !I.'n rtln.i"'rt.,1 a child (If'' If there i< any city that |ll}, rhas I Iever time world"- and Texa rrolifio Aw-iHTttT. ISIII.DKII IND CONTRACTORltf
Jat-ksonvillr II. O. :Smith, ,
of ofjewelry ; :
horses out. J We stand back any piece murical ability, but her rendition I l>('f.n aSked to pay. an}thing like G !
great rand; UapiJMich.; II. T. Welch. i:: .;i.l apit"C.Y. K.: K. \Var-iioN. >idfii' nail <>tfi.v, northeast corner,of
or silverware purchasedfrom : hour for 1i 1It. Mr -hantrhoukl '
uf the 1I'lmtlf"l" on this" 'ccasb.n cents per a : 5
Wallace has received a new line and will it to program I Miami C. r. DulVtse, A. W. Vigol! 1Wtinw ---- fti.lgcwu.sI! and \"ohlllia a t'nuel.
us. guarantee surpa.-t..1 l the epertatioIi"! of her : call our :attention to the !s.ime.lit .
of cards. Over ::11.1,000 to choose i I". C. Calkins. Paal M. (Cohen ,
post give satisfaction. )If are looking | >re. Low Tides for December. Plion t.
l you warnaet admirerHer program eon- only argument, i$ that of thehigh- M I ytona. Florida
from. One cent each. and i i 1C. II. Oregontlunta.; : S. J. Tlaik.j !
for quality come see ttsGEI >-i-ted of the npilar routine fwt'rkthe ,I 'a'man-"Yuur money or your lifer! i

Messrs. Peck and Foster, ol The >. II. CUKH, Jeweler. I I third grade of the W. S. II. Matthew !; "Your money or darknr after 1\1.01-j Philadelphia.May. Marion; House J. H., Nell Jvihn.-t.m House,, lUanchiiiall.CirctnMlleJ.ime P.o
l k Globe, have the handsomest display Mrs. C. M. Johnson and children :Studies and l -upplementary work. torr :21' < -> II N. WelltEC- I,I, Derember 1............._ I :;39! I.37IVit >> I.

r cases for hats to be found in the will leave today to join Mr. Johnson hut the tt'dmi'lu" and breadth of) ,-oiiprehtnMon Ki\enru meiutier* of the council! aret 'I :ton: .\. H.irtman. New York; 4 ic... A. mher ................. i M: 2.31I CIVIL ENGINEERS:

South. The hat section in their new at Havana Cuba. Mr.r and Mrs. I of the idea m\"hcd, would ,. .. leileited in Ftbruary. and jet Mr. Hunford. Florida Paul Ki\er: ', K.: T. : >er,-ml"'r :L... ...... ..... 2.2; :t 05Dettmlxr j ,

store is entirely fitted up with those MrsJohnson's putt.) shame -tu'I'nt.. of mature age hantz i ts unwillmc to Ir.1H" the matter (Cou-in. ItKton.: I I. II. Meel. \ rguua' : I ................. 3:91: :343i DAYTONA:
Johnson have beenisiting I in di-jxite to th* deci-k c>f the new < )ffim
M Ur. A. II. 1M- ,
I i WilUim.Tampa.
revolving glass cases which showoff mother Mis Y.'uil-i, anj f\lucUion. .council. He evidently does not believe j$1. : :'ticccmlwi-i .. *- 5 l'lPccmtxr i :MlAiII\ FLA.
I \V. Norman. Philadelphia ;
i jhrrtynznna.H.: :: :::::: ::::::
the best advantage.The 1 in the I s. .. 4-29 .o10
I the hats to hume, on North Beach street but We are not prnileped! to live a* \oudo-that "the majority cf) the T. \our.e.:. (I. H. :-lawrhtt'r.I ( '
interests recalled Mr. Johnson day of Mozart and ttho\tn. but it i i" !I pe 'ple favor the renewing; of the exist- I New OrlitaM., : H Collin?. Jrand; Kap- December :...... ........... .'):Ie ..::00': Daytona Office Established 1875.
business "
Daytona High School re- certainly a great pleasure to meet a 'i inc contract ,' ids; Mr. and Mr.. J. J. Lark, Iowa; ft.t : Pccember S.i ................. ti.HI,: '..:iJ; :

ceived a donation of valuable geological to Havana severaleeksaco ;, child of six, who i4 aUe to !cra-p the !I \KDY.STIU.MAX.: : : wens.. Oak Hill: 1'. J J.ine:*. Ma.-sachu-. I; December '....... .... ..... T.12: 730'Dwimher :: Daytona 1're :sing and

specimens from Miss Jessie For Sale or Rent-Two houses I thread their lives and we btlieve will Ii i 'I,: s I'aicr.'tt, ; II..'indnnati.I H. Cantrell. M. l.'ui-: L. II 10.................. H: .. ,.30

Stewart. The teachers and pu- furnished; silverware, linens and in be an exponent of their power. If fortune I TIl. T. McFalden has a large and I -- -- 1 r>.-.'inber II.... ...... -T '..4SUeermber Cleaning Establishment.; }

.pila of the High School greatly ap- fact everything included; modern and P'ond! 1 health t>nuln the little I I' 12 ......... ........10:20: 1043Dtcrmher : LftiJk-x and lent clothft i CIPaMMI. pres.
tock of shells and souvenirsand
r predate this kind act of Miss Stewart improvements; southern exposure: lady we l>(' pc..k for her a great future new Piano Tuner Coming. 1 ..................11 :27 II 3} ."1 and d.t vl. alt, Jrt...maVg.

I i and all heartily thank her fur fire-places in bath. living and dining ''n the rtaluiof mu-ic. %* a fine stock of Chrhtnm: goods. 'I Adolph M. Jaehde.! the expert Dvcraher 14....... ..... ..12H9 1210Pcesmbss I5LNJAniN: : : LYONS: a

, the same. rooms; near the river.tf (I purchased \ north on display pt.ino tuner cf Lcesburg. will be in 15! ..................IJ.'W 1 13
j 407 iWatb St, (I Ha.
r Qa'fai1 to see Fletcher's ex- J. E. lit MI. ::Furni l..d Hot: ius -single l and tat I his IVaih street store. Everybody I IXivtotu during the month of January 'tVcetnber 1*........ .. lilt :! 05 ltoDa. I t'

hand > i imitcd to call and to tune pianos Orders : IV.'ember 17... ..... ..... 2 H) :2 ,').j -- --- i
t elusive line of painted orange Sewing machines for sale and for light: hous-ekecpinc. The Uiver-: insjicct prepared i'llWATER
: Ga/ette-NVw iVcrmhrr UL... ...... .. ::14K:> :.143Thseinber 'S )
Xmas and maIIf' left the <
: china, so appropriate for rent at Barnes' Novelty Store. s'de 41.> North Death street. :2o-l? them.aUKHJKKfcltt at .
.wedding gifts. i-ifTnf... or_ at__ the_n_ rfcistiffir. __ If I L_....... ..... .. .. 1 .3* / INEST
I j jh - Pccsmber JO... ..... lt: :.2tiecnibcr .-. 30
-- --
h Wigs, switches, pompadours, I ** ** 1 he >how is Coming.i :21.... :; ::;"1 t; 21flerettiber BATHS

hairpins Ideal hair brushes ana :22...... .. t; .il i ;.IS
other novelties at the Hair Dressing I *yK i T.n (..rt.ituii Broth<'",-' Railr'-rui1 December ::3.. .. :' ;. 13 O'l: EARTH

Parlors, corner Yoliioia and Beach I & :-!M.\\ rained Animal f.xI"-'i1i"n. \- December :!J. .. .. ... ::t;::. tt flit'. F'i f : MF.N I \\I WnlF.C: \

street. :2S-I! I hibi'"re: animal, acrobat" mtMijtian -' csmLwr Z.) .. 9 :;:2 9hlleeemnbrr :

Father O'Boyle returned Wednesday 3* I have to offer one of the best constructed l uiltling. in I Daytona) locatedin : : >. j'Kkojs, thoroughbred !h-.r.(*'. :2'.1(1 -t.; 10 "' 1 LILY

from four month's (Miiui.ii! i d..wn... funny jugglerL" December :27..I 1 ;31 1130Pcvt'mbcr ; 1 he Bnl U Her for Table t'.. '
a outing ) with 20 foot alley in 1 -en'killful acts by princi- 11. lo! 10fltecember
north, during which time he visited = center of city, on Beach: Street: Lot 4Sxlf 0, rear. : pr mvnage 25. ILICTRICLIOUT I
pal !lady i ridtrsoa thoroufbbrrd, mon- ...... ...I:! 10 I. :..l

' -.. New places York in the, New Philadelphia England, various States I 5 Tin property i is paying U t per ('('nt. net. Term[ to suit; purchaser. See me *' I ki > on small jK-nies, ct More CBJuicnt ->>- e.c'eabrr ..... .... .....12.30 I :m PLANT / I.

' for lf'3 money than ever afforded j jv December ::11. ,. ... ...... I 1S 05:
Toronto and other in
:;( points Canada'i XJ at once. j* "u bv .mv traveling amusement enter - --
Father O'Boyle says the ,, rill i iUib.t
i i pri-<'. The! Sun Ilfothew Shows -- '- -- -
:: was quite cool when he started on I W. E. THOMAS. :, .'\ at Daytona Tuuday. DPCn.ib I' :Try oar machineslicedIried

hia return and the difference in tern X : ,'r iMh i Lftl It costs no more than i l't'fli't1 A.L. Reid, the Tailor

perature was very marked on arriving -: Real Estate Insurance and Loans. X TA ,> $p. r! rnnce2: and s p. ni. J some time ago that is stale

here and meeting our almost : = .... -J. I FV,,jr- open <.n< hoar and niq'alatable.'hr drit"'I beef i is M again;:; at the Globe <-lotliing store

fcummer-like weather. \\ ..' f. ,. ; .u,? It i.. ,lull prepared to d" tailoring
grar.ci-'rc
: i !j. .gr .'It !:'if I -1M1V 'la>' V ""I buy It it your
-'II SELL THE EARTH. : la> -"w at tJ: .-.I..k ". ., Vp > and
.IA six-inch, hot air Ericson engine = fn s.i: ..n I thin as a wal. rt.L in flr-it-rlasa shape Repairing
complete, in fair condition, for : an.: ot ganis "It i I ui .i I' Give me a
i ; .t't! j :' ..:-' |jvssing a spccialt
sale V witS SUfl Hr >.thl'rI I h: >w- W '
cheap. C. Grant Daytona
I u.I \1. { .ill if v ;u want good work,
Beach. tf ..liMtfkXWUf&&M jkJt{ I ur own electric light plant
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Established 1820. .
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: blisssaid the poet, i J, D. Maley transacted businessin W

f- 'tis folly to be wise," which Fine Groceries, Prompt Attention Jacksonville Ml'ndav.l'on. Reasons :

isn't HO if a mans wearing mere' Choice Coffees, Given to All O'Xialf DeLaml. was a

cerized cotton clothes m blissful Teas and .'\ !? Mail Orders. Daytona visitor Sunday ,

J Mr. and .Mrs.' J. Pettepher and should 3.
ignorance of the fact tbat they'renot Why
f all-wool. Household Articles. Careful Shipment. sonville.Mrs Stevens. spent Monday. at Jack- you useCottolene

r
Wisdom always pays, even at Mr and Mrs.V.. II. Gardiner
Dry and Fancy GroceriesThe
[ the cost of ignorant bliss; but in spent Saturday uf last week in Jack

r clothes it pays better to be wise :;ou"ille.
Best the World Affords
beforehand than afterward. \;e'urge N.Chamberlain joino 1 Lis

fnftiily this ucvk in their
pleasant
J If you buy mercerized cotton LargestVholesake: ;and Retail Orders in the World
home IIU Magnolia
t clothes you'll get wise sooner or with a National reputation founded on Quality. Square; : au'iuic.
Dealing and Low Prices. THE PUREST FOOD I L5 Foster was m Jacksonville this
later; they're never as good as week < the Sunday .
PRODUCTS. a* a delegate to state : .

t. they look, nor as good as they school convention held in that ]
if Lowest Prices PrevailOur city t-Purity-The sourct ot COTTOLElfK' U la
cost; they don't wear like all- striking contrast to the source of Iird. Lird U mad from 1

wool; and they'll prove it to you tremendous trading with the leading Americanand : C O Chamberlain of Itattleboni. hoj-fat-tnd COTTOLENE from pure, refined cotton seed oiL "
European markets enables us to effect unusual save Vermont, l+proprietor of the Palmetto lard contains animal fat and possible impurities; COTTOLE9K U
themselves. ing. We give the benefit of this to you. (louse, at this place, arrived! Sunday a vegetable product;and is pure wholesome and healthful. .1 ::

If you buy Hart Schaffner A and is busy setting that popular 2-P atabl ness-COTtOLENE makes more palatable food than
Write us for our "Table andHome" house ready for the laid. It makes food rich,crisp and flaky and at the ume time
opening.The
Marx clothes, you're wise before- free from that "greasy" taste of lard-soaked fcrw
Catalogue and Price ListA
hand, they're all-wool, and you I following guests registeredat 3-DIg slibiIIly-Hog lard food U greasy and inch..bier COT-
magazine of intense interest to every housekeeper. the Ivy Lane [Inn the opening TOLENE food is easily digested and will agree with tie most delicate -

know it; you get what pay for; Complete, :and beautifully illustrated, from which you can week; Mrs Adelaide/ PL. Harris, Catskill : : stomach,as COTTOLENE contains not aa ounce of hogfat.4CoannosLard i .

and it's worth all you pay for it. order the year round. Blank order form enclosed. I X Y ; Mrs I n. i E.: Sprague, Mrs! comes in bulk and insecurely sealed tins.,
which its in contact with dirt, dust and contaminating "'
permit coming
li I. Jone .
; Miss \ M. TaylorI
t We sell Hart Schaffner ,F Marx We > odors. COTTOLENE is sold only in pails with i'
Pay Freight ChargesOn I Winnipeg, Manitoba: patent air-tight top which protects it from the air,dirt and odor .
!
clothes because it to
pays you receipt of price, any order of $:!O.OO or over will I ;Here is an idea, to keep you in and insures it reaching the consumer fresh and wholesome.

buy them as much as it pays us be shipped, freight prepaid to any Railroad Station East I better humor Our new pnnrss of 5-JTconomy-COTTOLEHB being purer than lard! of ether

a to sell them.Anthony. of the Mississippi. r i i ironing and shaping does away with shortenings, one-third less is required.

those troublesome (cracke l collars. THE N. K. FAttBAHK COMPACT,

t. Bros. Money Refunded it Goods | leaving: the edge! btn'nth and round! Chicago

are not Satisfactory wilh plenty of space for the tie e

I Try it. I Il\T"\ n.\\1 Lll M-B4 1
'I his liberal otTer, and absolute guarantee, is warranted
DR. HOUGHTON I by the high quality} of our goods and the universal i (,. It. Nanian is having: ; the c'"tI --- --- -. ------
.'i; satisfaction wherever sold and I tags on his I leach property south of .........................I.* 1 \iIV.r'ri.'rV 'f WirV.WNNI

DENTIST. : Halifax avenue moe..l together and'

Office: Suite 4 l, Opera House Block used.watffifrM'axjt' remodeled! putting them under one :...r.rr.r.r.r.r.r.r.r.rriFtr.t Legal Notices : I Baggett and Post
Wt'r. i roof and in f.let making one bail,!- I
m .
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Phone :32.\ : ing of the two Mr Hainan: ns-ent pun I I.- < tti pi t> Inn !I I

135.139Vest 42d Street, New York. i i| I I\' purchased l this projuTt fnun NOTICE. I.

lute Stewart Fgtord Blj I James OslKirne EE
AJJress Nail Order Department.fluf I \.u.t IH IH r. l.tfitii. to all rrditur.I'ze Real Estate
Remember the Dajtona) Hakery i l .it',''s and l III Is'r oms li.tvinf any d.*-
STEWART & ELY I |i Miami. ajcniD'-t the.-Lints" of Harvey %
can supply all wants in the ..
,
: jour i IbHitfl +, iltTv.isf.I. t |irw eiit the sameto
t LAWYERS i bakery line. tf'' the uitolvritiKtml; within tli* tun* prr.nlHl I and
F
!1 l.y law. "r tin rams will b.. :
:rI Wavf Waal/I! The 1 Pictorial Edition of the Captain l>..." lKiui\) has returned : "rlt.1| C'1.: KiNCHiU. JK

) Office Brandt In office Bank over Building po tomce, DkLAM, DAYTON. FLA UUl nCXl n CCK! Daytona Gazette-N'ews. I' from Daitona where- he went two i i I Ila>t..na\d iiiMitrntiir. KU. IM4 with. 1tHN/wI ill anlJt'\t't1. I! InsuranceOpera :

weeks or more ago to deliver the --- ---- -

:r auxiliary yacht Happy Moments, I EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.
i. r huh has been berthed here all'' :
Mouse Block
In 1'"unty Jinlrfr+ Court SEABREEZE, FLA.
I summer to her owner, who will use i i uf \ohiM.i' Tountv FlaI c:.. -)" '.

I her at that place and vicinity this! I, tate In the tlf matter C'har""'ot.. W.taw .Ku-\:r. :: COTTAGES FOR SALE OR RENT, Outside Acreage Proherty -
Lend Us Your : !seasonMiami Metropolis.For nold. .1.'C..a..1.) ; :;
: Eye I. \oth-- w U-ivf'y! jcurii that the und.-r > Improved or Unimproved; control most of the unimproved
: Kent or For Sale rurm.hed ,, ..ijlll..llan.I Ipwtl I'lN.IIl'.tt| liV tllf i-utltl property in Seabreeze; represents two of the Fire InRuraD8C"IIIpanit'K

l I u Mv( liome on U'ulgewood: % avenue iI is'!.t.f.ent..r..f jn-ljt" of taw\'""iII..tC.hm.lu-. .i .'Otluty.'I..riola...-... (U'?\ruoM.tntitiW "\-I.,r. that came throug the San Francisco disaster withcapital

I one i if the most complete }houses ill 1..a cJ 1. all.1 all"lltllr" "IrratQi,; 'n, dun, and I standing unimpaired.San I.

WHILE' YOU READ WHAT WE HAVE TO SAY ABOUT the i'itv with every convenience. .m mtst,*pail ami wants all! |.'r"utv otiH lN I.nillllauD".rrliv;notitaeii''i 1{{I.\ ___JNJ ;

(ito; II Ll t'wrt.;. !''t.> V..nt tin sHiiM to the unI""ljCDt'tr1I1t1 : l
\ autil..nt l'uh'lthln' two }ears
I U II Williamson" and John F. : from this II I I ,.-\.r bturvl: .
bxglln have arrived from the! north .
PALM BEACH !i late thin 3.l! day l of(.< totM>r. its"iS..N.'v
i with three Ueo: and one Cadillac U.IKROI.D: : .

I touring tars which will at once be : vJoiitinlMT.errnotit.
\UUUU5 B. .\I KULUK Mateo
placed! in commission for !hire by /tame'.title; Flo,ila. Cigars
..
I the Motor Transit Company. The : :\..utur
Pr The I i- -
Most Healthful ,
!! "f th:
s will U ,
garage company on t First|art> Oct u; lall pub l'f'e. >
I First street opposite the eUxtricj I' :.Notice to Del tors and Creditors. Have MadeA

i !II 'onllt."ud. .. .. Court
.1 j light plant the same as I list eason -
I In .
The ntklforl'oluiu'nunty.tate
BeautifulAND
. Most !i[.I Mr.( Willnmsoii is the manager:: and :,I :$ of lorida
Mr Maxson the lea i medtiuic.. Or- In UK matter of tti hi'
i (:state of llarrn-t K: i I Reputation of
doss for these car may l-e plioited j jta ito.-.r.I den'as -.t.
i No L'.5.i; the (Ja/ette-Xe\vs older or .. Notk.-f.t.rrt.c t kwon that th> un.lrrsiiuw.t ,
l has Ut'n nNItintt'tIl.\( the county
The Most Fashionable At\voiKl Pharnwcyi jitdgeof! 1'ulu-iii.. C'tHllltFlori.la., .admin, Their Own.
istrafor of tl" estate of Harriet E. Miw I -
i have Ii brain for vrtl ui the IH'r. Irtt* il,..f aMrtl. ol said t..Ulitan.1 l
I liajK' of a t\\'Ilt .-thr't. room l.uanJing i i hit*
I j-"f. rooming Wnh'hou o,. Prutwill ti'0iUt't' ',,. all.Mltrnlitori torn|. iiii'. hit*, dkrattiK,ini{ vou -
In All or1 ngalt.st the raid estate are is-rely l notiti 1
Winter Resort j Ha 'tClII\ Ic.tl! : Kttatc:: and Insurance! I' ...1.to l [>"\'",'nt th- Miite duly" iiutlifiitiat -- I the greatest industrial triumphs of the East Coast
t funpanv, C:. r>. harm *t..rrlary. < .ilto the nn>!cfs.inml within two :
M.irMfroto ilitfor th.>* xaiiM- will I I... for I duce the freeze.
America i ;.r..i. barred I
INNNlNtlsI..... UIILKSMia: : : i
4NNN
Made from the choicest
A'liinnotrator the I-tlit..f: Hatrxtl growths of tobacco that the peninsula i
:. M I i5iwr. of Florida and the Island of Cuba can produce, and
l | | IH HUH/ ; wrap- !
FIREReduced I Utt..IItrmon-fi.Florida-ll.t: liedith the rich, silky leaf grown on East Coast plantations,

Daytona has its good points, and we are not disposed( to rob Daytona I Hi.t "utt. Is-c. lit l la..1 pub 1 Uv .:' I the cigar industry of the world has never produced better gads

of a solitary visitor, but we feel it our duty; to call your attention to the EXTINGUISHERS1 duardian's :Notke. For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the l'neon

fact that to return :North without having visited the Uueenof Honda \.> nt. 18 l hereh.V, (/boom that the Ulnl<.i' I I.1 News Company on every train entering Florida.
resorts is to have missed half the i nI_:aced. li-irtimii of value of
your trip.'l'st Palm Beach. on' the Ii.t day! of January. Ustiapply Twenty sizes, styles and grades to select from.
which is situated on the famous Lake Worth below the frost line, and in to I.. the I hoiior.thlefountt j".f) lulu.
the heart of the -1 1.t ( Grits Florida fur mi ,|..r t-> mil I I ,
very pineapple region has sometimes been called the tin. uii'luiilfil! intervNt of said i minor nl1*Ilit. j Wit! SALl BY ALL DEALERS.
'City of 1I0rnes'ouldn't you like to own one of the homes It has ., t"llouiif n>.il estate to.w,it;- j
also been called the lite h: ', uf :\h: ', ill :\W ', and r Hie M I Manufactured Bv
"City of I lowersIf $13.50.Until
you do not want a home you ', oi NK: 'I uf :\\\ ', of Hitioti >... town ;
should at least come and see what beautiful homes other Northern peo .1.11.1-,| : .,with. raiigef.it lont.iiti i| S. W. ROWLEY SANI4ATE 0Ir
pie have in the Tropical South. "'j; ::10I't> (*. .\l-> lot 1 and' _'. Mo !la[, TLORIDA
Dec. (15th. i north ot \olu..ia sirs: r r.irt"Tiitle. I Ih 1 1IOf' I
The Royal Poinciana the largest hotel l.iinl.1 \l lot :-. :\ ....... I I
in the world( is alone worth (ex.f.t| W ::ta I.. .
coming to see: but in addition to this the and the M.MHh I'.iTO chains of U ., ,,flot I ll if1u r .w'" ",lid'.1.,"' 1,,"'''"Iii I.
original alligator pens with I I li.ot vettion _'"'. towtii-hii-, t.". *.uii i
hundreds of live alligators and crocodiles, the ostrich farm the inimitable rtlll" 2!t .'a-t. ontuiituitc 7'< 1'1."I..WI..uiXW'crio.E ors
. BESTVorking U : ...,
Oleander : .1.
Mirnyon's
I avenue. 1 IirIsland.. the fantastic rubber tree, the tinii, af>. to\\I..hll' I":, wrh. ,nHKI1'! !
jungle trail, the ocean pier} and a four-masted schooner wreck, washed Constructed.t I.1 ,,,i a. ..ontaming :*> HI nn, V I". >,,, 1 WE DOIT AND DO ITE !
! 7. > and 1*> suit. f tlx. U .
and
high dry on the sands <> iitloti w
are but a few of the wonderful sights) You I :l.; town..hipl.| I MMJtlt rimifH 1'1
, can hunt fish, bathe play golf or watch others in the act while sit t Only machine ill !-ollth. at,. i oiitaiiuni; lu7( seas 1... a1. i.fI 1 1 M OS ;!
you
I I.,o, k :JJof: I'mM. U' nona .. i
leisurely by and the
enjoy unsurpassable dirl1\. dupitl'r light hOUSl' equippedith 11l 1tr- i N 'I..i :NK': of :>K': oi "' 'llull.1 l t,nvnt .
t the weather bureau station the wirdess tcleyu'aph\ station a pineapple ain-e standaid t<. t. "t"ii IN "ninth. niiiRf: > i ca..i :,run;
canning factory the Florida last t Coast ituJiituivnIIUitivand'; ; !.. I UI IK .' V TO FIESHIP
Canal& innunw ruble\ other inl\nd II 111"1"! t outit.k. Flu,ila. .
waterways are all within a radius of 25 miles. "Ihe 1 impassable t\'l'r- ss I''.lint tt'II- \"I' ..-r :ton, I'MMMtKTiM *
Address
r > glades is on our western boundary and the world's greatest highway. Box 99. : ,\ 'tln> M
:aril.:am FURNITURES GooDS EvERYDESCRlP I
I
I
the Gulf Stream
washes (
our Eastern shore. It
may cost you something American La France I
) :
! to stay at Palm Beach but ALL 00006 STORED IN SCPCRATC ROOM'S
'
l plete unless you have taken you it in.cannot consider your trip to 1 lorid\ (con : Fire__ Engine Company : G. A. KLOCKl.. D. RFI PHFfi RPfl'1 P.Due"1 CLAY *F6RjB.ytJ $.T

!r......................... |4 Q JA CKSOM vfiLf ft*
f t I If you want to buy or rent a room, a hous>e on the lake or ocean front, a Physician and Surgeon. _

, f winter home, a pineapple plantation, an orange grove or a vegetable garden; I >. ltidg<.w,">J .\vt', rin-ne :; tiiiiiriilii.iiir:...iiii"'' h __ __ ____ .

I! r or if you want to invest in any of these and l hl'> guaranteed 8 per cent on your : Notice to Sportsmen. OfBc-e H,ur.. j'-\ \:l7s! \ :S[ A. D ",BRIDe irYiri'.Nit..1Ailrirh'rnYrvrrrlYhlf"hlYtrrrrltiYrtY/'nl'hwniM"'NNiM'
investment I I,.\\'Ton.: ..V. =E PresUcal F N.CONRAD
write
to :
\\ l' otIl'I' servile IaAkr !
our to -

I parties desiring guide*, for T. E. FITZGERALD } MERCHANTS BANKS i

! hunting ell.l.... tin'key or =
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Br.ak V la l Couaty B ok)
The Investment Company other game. We are equipped ATTORNEY AT LAW t j 'apjtal Stoch........| 50.00J I

with tent:*., tt'alllo'00,1: :: 0.\ ro\A: FLORIDA J [Personal Liability................ 100,000 I'

: dog*, and \\t' know \\heie Associate with J TrcoMcU General Banking BuaJae. I I
West
t Palm Beach Florida
to hnd the game. \chlfl'' 1 4 cent. Interest
UNDIS & FISH per Compounded Quarterly! Paid on ; i

t and we will be to or apply toDlTSO.N '.. Savings Accounts.
glad show you every courtesy. Del.ana. Florida
McKENZIE
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myrna FL Office) in Shanks Mock I'ngD 124 f'1.wmn.w mfNNm.mNllNN..NNNfNmrm-.NNNH.YHNHNHHNH.v.NN.wt.WN(

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