The Daytona daily news

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The Daytona daily news
Place of Publication:
Daytona Fla
Geo. F. Crouch
Creation Date:
January 2, 1905
Daily (except Saturday)[<1924>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1905-1917>]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Daytona Beach (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
29.207222 x -81.037778


The early years of the Daytona Daily News covered aspects of the Florida Land Boom of the 1920s. Tourism received heavy coverage. The St. Johns & Halifax River Railway, later renamed the Florida East Coast Railway, arrived in Daytona in 1886, a decade after the city had been incorporated. With the railway's arrival, Daytona's proximity to the ocean made it a tourist destination. The public read about the Daytona Speedway attracting fans, heard rousing stories of moonshining, and received coverage of seaside activities in the Sunshine State. During this time, particularly in this place, America started going into water and not just walking along the shore. The Daytona Daily News began publishing in 1903. In 1927, following the 1926 merger of the Florida cities of Daytona, Daytona Beach, and Seabreeze into the new city of Daytona Beach, the newspaper changed its name to the Daytona Beach News. But the new name was short-lived. Later in 1927, the newspaper merged with the Daytona Beach Journal . In 1936, the new newspaper split into the Daytona Beach Evening News and the Daytona Beach Morning Journal. The newspaper, then under the title of the Daytona Beach News-Journal was acquired by the Davidson family in 1928. Herbert M. Davidson edited the newspaper from 1928 to his death in 1985, a longer than usual tenure, even for a family-owned newspaper. His father, Julius Davidson, the first president and general manager of the paper, enjoyed a reputation for outstanding community service and civic involvement.
Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
Began in 1903; ceased in 1926.
General Note:
"Published ... during December, January, February and March at the prettiest winter resort in Florida."
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 1 (Jan. 2, 1905).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Vol. II, No i ear en."..",... end R..b.. All (;,..-. to Daytona, Florida, Monday, January 2, 1905. ee.tAdwrtlrlnrMedium. lnCgloenrnAYltlnlty: ]Price; 3 Cents


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MILE'IN THIRTMWO SECONDS. I anuthei poison. Svhile it is true. DAYTONA, HER FAMOUS BEACH.An .

". that Mr: Flugler has made a score 'ol ..:..

Daytona Novelty Works, Planing Mill & Wood Yard, ] F. X.:Predict La Roche... Till,:the Tim Furtoa For*Chaffcur.The I:|I I place pleasant along resorts the line for the of bis rest railway hunter, .Interesting Article-- on Daytoaw's '

the botttman, the fisherman and the Beach From the Pen of C. d. Bur- .
Corals Meet. *
society mob it ia of Daytona that ]I goyne Ex-Pre F. E. C. A. A. .
1-. \.'La RocWexpects: to towN sing. After alt him been said and! from :Motor end Bulling.

; : Greeting: : the world's mile record of 30 seconds done and the lights turned down, A hundred miles south of Jacksonville .

to 3i seconds! this month on. the and the hush and the quiet and the as the crow flies, on the r
Daytouu-Ormond bcuch.Mr .
after thought that comes when the west bank of the.Halifax, basking in .
. To our Friends and Customers: *La Roche was in Philadelphia blazon of the limpets that proclaim the sunshine, shaded by live oak.
He had returned!
reieiitly. just tho attractions of uther Edens have
and fanned by the trade wind, )lies
from Europe where hfthad competed: died out, Daytona stands atone-the Daytona ,
in several auto races uud made some fairest the Southern Grand! :*r. .
A HAPPY NEW YEAR. records= spot on It is nearly a quarter of a century
remarkable speed notably
; Tour.I since! John Day drove across from .
t1le'warld'ord.. Doran hour's run,. had been remiss' bod I omittedto
the St. John's in his ox; cart and laid
over :104 miles.. Speaking of -die tell of t.hIIO- ] e life,"aucl !social out the now flourishing town, the 1 l'
)Thanking you for past favors, we ask a continueance of the same.;
meet"there Mr. La Roche said to oNorllf '
f features of nail people who,like Paulof first. syllable of which bears his i
:( ,- American reporter: Tarsus glory in being "Citizensof name.
"I .m going to Florida January .
mean city Peopled by cultured
no buildod better than he
,Commencing this date wwill: operate 15, and' will drive the ISO-horse families, crowded with churches for Day who at that time could have foreseen -
power ca?.which the Darrutq Automobile
of all denominations, good schools the possibilities of the East
Company, of Paris, sold toE and .climate all the '
OPEN an equabl year, Coast? Mr.\ Flagler's locomotives
:/ our plant an SHOP M. Steck: President of the F. E. : the home life on the Halifax is Uto- 'I the wild

rt C. A..A.: I am confident of making' pian. The good folk, instead of bad not yet frightened hammocks but
things into the back
a now record for the single mile. ,,I allowing Time to kill them land ;
since the advent of that saint
am sure that,,I will make the short some hard thumps on the Old patron
MeCLELLEN & EDWARDS very of the eastern side of the State, the
: run in 32 second.or less.: I expect: Fathers venerable sconce. His
fioinlet; ,of, which I. .write has grown.
also to travel considerBby l } marc than quietus) is delivered in various ways. "" .
into gredl big home' town.
104 miles in an boar."" Some down him others'* a
Lesses.'E. by boating, had
there"been; no Flagler
. Mr. La Roche willbeaccompaniedon mangle him, with their automobiles been .
his Florida trip by Samuel Shaw, then there'arthose who defy his no Daytona.The

'Dillingham, Owner. : of Philadelphia, who,will act as' his ravages'by 'l lying on the sand dunes traveler who cornea to the lit-

'. .... Phone 70.: x; "*' assistant in the big racing emits. and flirting with the sunshine; and LIe town on the Ilalifax expecting to

'. "" Thiais, the spirit with which it is last but by no means least find a typical Southern city has '

I to b."hoped that !all the'driver. are the seemingly endless procession ol counted without his host. The

I imbued who are expected h re.. 'Tbia the disciples of that'good old..:timekiller }. bpildings are replicas of( those in

.. .borsepower .... spirit, backed by 'improved. can, IsaaJcWaJtnivJSociety ?.-", %" .'.> -. i* any: One oTa hundred "N'e Engla d. ,

. The Colonnades and Clarendon down his Haynes-Apptrson 14 Speclalliutomoblle DeWS In! the II.m.y I.will undoubtedly lower, many,1 not .- ? '.'Oh;year Society is the villages, while'the .idente, many
hotel* at Seabreeze) opened to the auto which arrived in good( NEWS today. only: of hurt year's beach records, but saint all the world Over. Teas, balls, of them who preferably live there

public Janury'l., Buth have, many condition yesterday and was unloaded records made drives and 1 visits." The real social all the year round, are Southern onlyon

guest,Vrf. by the McCoy Bros. Utter AfterBMM. 0'7tO. I > abroad..tili. life is unearthed in the visits. Then the map. Somo seeking health, '

S; :Brooke and MIl,. L. S. Mr. Lusher is a keen auto ) ports.hA The DAYTOSA DAILY NEWS makes I AlU.I'." arslt Jhl rl.d' therejs. the Club House, located on others pleasure, come from the corners -
Brooke, of New York' awU: -UsI.. tp9y.Ilnd. T,1leeidQ.the-uaaeld ia fan to':th% jteopfo of Day'bun/ and v ..,. the now'world-known' Daytona-Or- of the earth where the four winds I fare

Moore of Saginaw,/Mich:,-are. guests. "'itli hun;; a'Waverly* Electric' and a vicinity this afternoon. Tho daily I 1 Dr.> Van Valzuh, of Ooodall has mond Beach where luncheons are generated. There are not a !I

attheOrand Atlantic. heavy touring car. He is, too, a will be published on the same lines made another purchase of_ property given and small talk is talked. dozen native families which is re-

gentleman of pleasant address and so successfully carried out last reason known as the old "Spencer Hom.. Small in the generally) accepted 1 senrte- gretable.- Why the Southerner
Racers who arrive early on the excellent t. Htead," which was a part of tie town, ; ;"and the
e an colH'er: ntion.a1i and hopes to please you! all. A of the word no\"smiul in tho ped: grevitates'New Yorkwards \
.' ground will have an advantage over copy of to-day's paper will bo de- Jritn, already laid out, which he. dling of scandal or her hat's-never- I Northerner, Daytona, Ormond 'and \
those who delay their coming: 'till livered to house bought a few weeks ago. ,Palm IJcochwards, is something that '
John Mahrt, who has been sick every in "Duyl+nm on-struight flings at one's neighbor.
the last day. Climate conditions are for several days, was able to be out and on the peninsula, and it is the This purchase gives him 150 more i Daytona has not yet progressed no fellow can find out. Maybe i it in

so different from those which obtain hope of the publisher that our carrier ots, and with his. other purchasenow that far. By common consent all that the one longs for the glare of 1

in the North and West that a few driving yesterday. boys may bo favored with jour owns about 350 lots. Ibis site 'reference to the idiosyncracies andto the lights and the crash of the brass :,

days are. necessary to get the machines .J, W. Brandon and :>ife, Catskill, order for 'filE'D'IJ.y' NF.The is located in a high, shell-like harn- the last year's frock of one's dearest on Broadway while the other satiated ,

properly "tuned up." Then, N. Y..-CI.: A. Mallory, Ottumwa, Ia., price will be 15 cents per week, the mock, the shell'will be used in mnk- enemy is strictly tabooed with that which his brother ,

too, the early comer gets to know Miss Bertha Mallory Indianapolis, same as last year and the carriers ing streets and roods. A bridge is Only ,a mile away is tIle Woild's craves, seeks to rest his tired nerves j jon

thoroughly the beach and how to Mrs, 10. .\.'Mvl1rile{ Misses A. F. will collect name every Saturday now tinder consideration from Oritato Automobile Playground, discoveredby the sunny beaches and in the }"

take advantage in the starts and and F. A. New-kirk, Asbury Park N. night. the opposite shore, and when Mr. Hathaway and exploited by shaded orange groves of the Southland {I

turns. J., are registered Schmidt's. Villa. Mr. H. L. Murphy will assist the completed a boulevard 100 feet Continued( on Fourth 1'11I(41 What's one mans meat is

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s.. '. .: .... 4 .. and any courtesies shown him Hulu. f doctor has great faith in t .p. .. !: .i 1
1 .'r hilt purchases and a8 it ji'rhe'end of
.. will be thoroughly appreciated by ..
:. "' V"r. : .. the 'publisher. he five-mile race cpurse: will no ;;
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J. A llendricks :
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THE DAILY N'"lJ offers a field for doubt result in buildiag up quite .aresort'
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V .. the advertisers that should meet .,. "' 1/1' ..... ; ,."1'-,,. 4 .
/*; ...t'; .. 1 with liberal support from the merchants Next Door to Postofflce.Wa :

:;.. ;,. .' ., .. and business of this vi TM Big Tree I.
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"'("- cinity. We want your advertising, One of the curiosities well worth '
.. : '.- .. and if we have not got around to seeing near Daytona is the Big take this opportunity tbanknllot of f Customers for their patronage tIn
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r '" the f see you, hope to receive your order free, five feet in circumferance: and A UM past. and with them one. and all, a very a j

1. 5;space is reserved for personally or by 'phone. covering about one* acre, an oak, I
_._ .-., % *..1. HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS t ai j
'. x .' Assist us in news gathering and on the ,property of Mr.: ''Williamson : '

we will give you paper that will bea four miles from towns 'The i I
IBM & Wall, Company : credit to Daytona. tree stands in a large orange grove, f'' NEW YEAR I

: and (tarn, the platform high up id ,

its branches, a good view js obtainable ., "..' \
Aswther Auto Arrives.Among the'older settlers We.bare enjoyed a satisfactory business during toe post year and shall
;) '" : :.llany of 4continue and for their eontinu.d'I .;
to sad .OU.Ol.tomere hope
who .have try
N C JJ9 North 8e aeh.Stteet. : guests here Lave stood in?: theBranches! cf patronage the year Just beginning ;'1
< : arrived, the: Van. Dora are this fbaaoue'old tree anti from that ,rl
1 i .. Kr. and If,.. W. R.- Lusher of point.of Vantage shot deer and bear. < .>,: Jr"
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<.0 .0 Brooklyn N. Y. This coupleoccu- "'. .
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Rose Villa last season and went w'" .. .
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.. ; there because Mr. Lusher A sprinkling of marl on Beach ... ."1., .. 'J;

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'.... f electric auto charged here. To a reporter usia arrenue''would be appreciatedby .ini CiUr <
: wheelmen. Sqrmmt* .....j Next Door to Postoffke. ; t ,' ;
'q1 Mr. Luther stated that he ,realized A .. o .. ,

... the greater benefit and pleasure Phase t' the DAILY NEWS your oewItuinii. *- .- ...., ",. ,,," 1'a.
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Circle meeting Monday evening from .__
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The Daily News 15c per week by Carrier. avenue every Tueeday nlgbt J. B Parkln- REV, J.THIIIKI.I. i Drink LILY WATER. I

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POSTOFFICB HOURS. (f 4 And Preserve Your Health.

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b at Club house the Beach U...
on tint Absolutely freed from all impurities
Friday night before full moun. closes! at 7.1HI |> in. Mom-y' or<)b.r window
oK>im at KOO: n. in. and IOM-H at i the Schantz Filteration Process.
ti. in.
TheGazetteNews II II p. ri' recommended by the most emi-
CITY OFFICIALS. ..yr thy physicians to be a pure, healthy
Lobby open from 8OO; n. m. to "'::110

Mayor...........................Cbarle* L. Smith p. in. Wlnilow open from 1dO: to :'\: hygienic water. Plain and car-
City (.I..r..J. W. WlUiinon\ p. m. t'x''l'pt11t'1I mail is being ilintributed. Ir OOIlcll e.1 LILY: WATER. BATH' BOT ..d 5 If*
COLD !tb.Electric Plut
Preaeuivr! ...........................Frank T. Peck light

.0 __ .._ __ _.___ _--__ _-- Cotllltor..H..\.or..C.: M. BtaKbau F. DouglaMManual. ,' Jr, HOI.II .IYs. I WM. WICKING, Manufacturer.DAYTON 0ii

...............................)J. H. Znberldermen Offlee open from' : to !11:110): a.m.and A. ILOt1DA.aa .
Till.: ti.\ZI-TTI.: ::- O\r:\ =' i-" a w-wkly newspaper' puLliahedt ; .\ -K.lward; G. Harris.president'; 1OC to :9.30: p, in., l&Ct'pl"II.n mail i ii I. OCSliuls'1 81ss r '

I II at n.iyliina} L l-'lorulu, liy} Joo. F. Crouch,, in the interest ort(1I.Iltlna //iii Henry Schmidt, "'RI. Atwood, (leo.U. being. di.trlbllt..I.i --AThe
Mathewe, A. McF. Porter J. A.Hendrlvkt .
} ami ,ieiirity}, is UoiiKX-ratio. i j political and Jerome I I. Maley. :MAIL* I I.OHK.Onehalf :. climate of the East Coast of Floridi,

ii i-t nn inlvuraU t>f I'ro8J1I'ril'y. jH'aoe Council .. hour K-fore .
n > to eeeopd may fourth the oclivdiilfil dn.parture Is nearer perfection Hun that of
":: .1 rou.N f fm- our t-iti/ona. Its lumna Monday of each month at 7:30p.: m. of trains.
t ,. other place on earth. *k
"" t"> bringing bcforo our renilors a City \ttom.y..c. B. Spencer o _

authentic nrontint of the happenings City. .1Iy.lciftD..Dr. H. H. &el.e) .
School Tru.t.. -reo. H.
Ludwig, C. M.'o :and of tlio adjoining communities.Our The nAII.Sit"''' 01..11\.1. | to your
ningbam, 8r., and B. P. / .
lixal. \MilcitaiiM-Nrr 1 i i oft the \Kmkout fur new* items and door 1 S ccnti". .per wwV.

:. art aq..i.t i l l h y IMrorrv\ ..jx>mliMita: from all nearby: town. 1 tS
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I Tin'KoilluTiifr. wlm sM| >inli 1 l his winters hero, the occa-j LaLb lAw TWe M tics 8NdI. inter ivMi'i tiinso who Local Time Table. .
or nw now making; their
l tir"tjir t \ I to our Pity} rrmM invest' no money where it would/ ; -DATB -A. N. .-. N. -DAI'I -A, 5.5.5.- ir Corrected 1 January 2,1! i5.NtiHTH .

Hive them greater enjoyment} r for a year than: sl..'>0 ... Jan.. I 04 01 ii'IS Of J w1) 19 S :K.! lilt lioon."
I .1: III 11\> Sal 10
I a subscription to the (5 I \nTn:-\Fwo.! In the course of a year ':. : T "II- : I U ,_ Xo. \tiM( ................................. .....4:8": :. a m
r8 **r
1 I! it will tell the Northern reader, what Paytona really is, and ] .M. a 1 10: t 14 .. gOe 111 Xo. 78' ......................,................8.42: p to
: .) if our ..titiouuf' tho \\011\.11"\ better suited bimJill] M T *l 'N w >11> 16.1 III..
rounlry to .. II uw ill O
t .. M Ism :e* norm not MI.Xo. n one
... than his 1''llli'n. m a
\present : Ur.. 4 SI HI -aim C U W ea TW t>\).......................................!9:10: p n) ,

*1 g, : 112 .\.. to health, we firmly believe, that Daytona i i4 as heathy.C .M-. It If 1511 11.I III 10 J OST H) .-... 101 10 7124 3h1. ego"III Xo. 2fl.......................................i.12::J: pn ThincachI8
1\ "location nt in IJla Tnite' State II .. .
: any pot and is briefly .. ill t o 1 504)141'
IU. 44 I..IISS eoo
;\\f. \," quoted aa ""1\11)11" U lost Paradise regained." To tell N: le I; tot I0: 11 10 : :. : /e9 11 1 11 151Hlb *

'tJ; briefly} our. advantages" over other noctiiint of the call( Room lor rent and. room wanted rang

, .; / in health Iinrstnu'iua, "I'liMsuros and a place l ono can tlde boaribefore or after low tide:, t quick return by being! iniwrtml In
<> )tt 4) 4 af tt... the column
.. Huiiii would! rontumo Imt much jiace. had as a suggestion, of tbe D.tiLY XKWH.. I

: '1 l, for nr.porsoiial, enjoyment an.l.bl1lillu" relation".inrthe(. =-=

'f. .' South that you.suL..crioo now for die GjUCTTEXcnd.Ve;; .....*>...*>*>....*.........................*..*..*..*.. a + +
: l t! would\ be pleased l to count you as a "OayUma} Bh'ocate"nnd i .
J Ja
. ... ZETTF-Niw Header. Sat $* tltrwe ba.g, manly P'ALYlbaq
\ .- CeeeoatOreteiamaimua Tryeblte Fataa tt 11s map trJ>.*.r*
r i .t Our Item Boxes.1
I S iFor
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II' -- I l !genet Sr. 7.a1Lllni its Ii.: ..

." rtcrs.Jill : the convenience of those who hare items of news for use, : IiI.OZIDA 191ST 0013! RAU.11U.Ihr .
lake Office
< our your tlelIqu \ : we hare placed "Item Boiea" at convenient places :

II :. about the city. 'They are located. as follows: a / ..':
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.: r Gazette-News. : VacM Club ttaaMtai" OrmmOmf/ Bakery Railway Station ,:.

; Z Clots Stationery' Saar Dally News Office "

\' !z., II GI'?. I'. CROUCH. Editor and Proprietor. II .:
: If 10a llDOW'01_ arrifal., departs .a Bah story, or any of tile :
: haadrada ol Uttis Items that help to make a xway paper write It /Spy iii kemliM keea"llrl d

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New Smyrna Auto Road. r.++++..++.+.*+++.++++++++ i++++f++i"i++i...+++S++1 II
In the hurry and confusion incident .i.iBurdine's
to getting the first issue of the Work was started this morningon

daily ready Mr. Burgoyne's articleon the new road from Daytona; toNew I c OUR WAY Pharmacy

first page got slightly mixed and Sm'rnlhich; the committee, =
appointed by the F. E. C. A. A. .
= =
the' two columns transposed --
its last i I of selling shoes suits every'
meeting to superintend, expect -
Read lint f column: after second to have completed by Jan. :?.'J.I.h'el'tisemE'utlllll'e = bod>'-it's fair. We be- Has a full line of Toilet Soaps, Roger & Gallet,

The electric lights:, wires: and all _\, 1 keen iusel'te,1hi : licvc we have the bestWOMEN'S $ L. T. Pin and 4711') Baroness Perfumes, and '

fixtuuea have been stolen from the the Jacksonville papers asking $ SHOES =$: till of the Imported and Domestic Goods.Dou't .

Palmetto club room. The light fin- contractors to Lid on the different I
forget to examine our line of cigars
gered thief should have the juice sections of this road in order that i it

turned on him maybe rushed to completion. nail tile lowert prices for good BU| >C. in thin and tobaccos-the very best. I

Those who generously subscribedto : City and. we are not backward about U>lliir\! | Our Soda Fountain is supplied with all Fruit .
you MO. But ,,Invite you to be the Judge-1
the fund for this work are requested I compare our; nhope<< and price with. tnoM IOf !=: Flavors, and our Ice Cream is made from Pure
to make checks = .
payable to other houses. and convince youreelf.. If you're ]= Cream. a I It
J. A. Hendricks and send them 'at = I Interested, come and look at splendid valves = ,

Humor* Philosophy an early date to Capt. J. B. Parkin i we offer at f 2, 92.50 and |3. of

icy MINCAM M. SNITao.prr..t son. Sufficient( funds have not as .t: No. J26 Beach St. Clark Bdg. I
yet been raised for this work and all IJJ ck *: Foster Proprietors. :i, 7
Ira by Duncan M. Smith. interested are requested to give the .i DAYTONA FLA. .;of.: PHONE NO. 48. r

PERT PARAGRAPHS committee financial aid. + of
The county commissioners have = Clothing, Shoes and Gents' Furnishings. ;r: r' I
The first time that be tries mllkluga .
man due not see why l IU said that completed the bridge and approachesat Y++++++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++.+..+..+.+.+*+.+++!: .. .- .. -. !

A cow "gives" milk. '.. Spruce Creek, and the town ot __ .__ ._ u____ __.__ _

w vest A cigar pocket In the la New from there Smyrna to the will bridge have completed the road tfriC aCdtvCrtY()l@t : s Ot k i J.C. Pettepher Auto Garage Register H;

worth two In the shortly. This will, when completed, I

showcase.A give the auto drivers an excellent Lt1cal .Kaltt'tlt1.ICt1pi .-- -. ----- --
road which, with the extensions now iJ OWl'UU'4' NAMt:. NAM.O.: )IA'IUNE.CI .
man peck atrunkk ._ ; .!< oor-: ::=:::. :.: Auto Car.::...................... HartfOrd ConnI.
by throwIng built extends along the Halifax for =:0 .0. -:---- = .. I.. O. t<1l11lth....................... Ra1l1bler............................ New London. Come tlv
In a toothbrush 23 miles. .. .Hlllltb....................... Oldx. .... .............................. l'ith.burjf
a collar .1. 11. 1I.'UII&\\'ay.............. Stanley (steam)................ Uo"tnn, Mass.IL I
and a pulr of 3icturtitts of&aftu 1'iin Daytona and Vicinity. (.. n"1111111.................. ('I'niun ........ ................... St Louis. lo. ti.t
nock. Notice t'. n. \'I'a-In ................... Steamer............................. I"'Land, kFia. f
': 'It.
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The seasick man bat but one modest There will be an imoprtant meet. @Iiil@: 4aalr*-he wants the earth.Tim. ing at the City Hall to night Jan. 2, The Dan.\ NKWM delivered. to your J. W. Shields and family, of Pitta II
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home 15 Cants per week burg Pa. arrived Friday night and
at 7:30 o'clock. Matters will be ,
e U money, but when a mon goer Weather for Tomorrow. Hand this issue. of the DAII.V Nuws: to
nl for a time It Ia money out. discussed which affect the interestsof your Northern. friend oe It contain a Sheriff Turner was over from De- are at homo ii, their residence on .r

every citizen and property holder I'AIK general write.up of Daytona" Land), Sunday. Volusia avenue. .
A careful March of tile patent office I
would disclose .the fact tbat housecleaning Please be present. Mrs. A. T. Sims of Srabree/e i ia Oco. M. P. Holt, Boston Mass\ is Miaa Hose Noble, of Seabreeze, returned Capt. A. M. Pellett took II. T.

wa not Invented by man. J. A. HF.M>RICKS. seriously ill. again.( winter visitor here, a guest from luiko Helen, Sunday. JtihiiHtou and Mr. Hotchkiss on his

The Austin. launch Cruiser duck
desired that funeral I I of on a hunting
When It to a 1' II. Huttrill and wife, Juckaoua. -
McCulluugli ment
should be particularly solemn, toe funeral Miss Elma Holliday returned from doors. Tho railroad approaches and ., are registered at Tho Ridge- trip to Mosquito| lagoon last week.
pallbearers should be professional Goodall ]has closed its The party returned yesterday haying j
humorist. Orange City, Sunday.Strawberries ; crossing on Volusia avenue have wood.
Sail boating on the river is been re-covered with marl much spent four days pleasantly.
of fine size and luscious popu- a Mr.\ and Mrs.\ A. M. Fielder, of
The woman with a trim ankle dote lar at )relcnt. needed
act mind muddy crossing. I are now on the market.F. sport } improvement. New Smyrna, were guests ot friends" Mayor Smith requests the DAILY
The new cabin boat, "Maxim1 niOoodal Northern that Barney NEWS caution automobiles
L. ; papers report in Daytona today.Mr. to against
Corwin traveling freight I
Tb nan who buys a girl a five cent ), will be completed to-day. Oldlield lias shipped his famous font driving on tho streets. The ordinance -
dish of Ice cream to not apt to get .1 and passenger agent of the Central anti Mrs, Ilumplirey returned I
second chance to treat her. (I ream Dragon to Daytona in orderto I covers this mutter thoroughly i I
The Street Committee are repairing -
of Ga., and wife me in the city. from Texan, Saturday, and will])
bud places' on Thinl. uveuue.llr. get it in fine fettle ere the races and automobilists are requestedto
'Tie' man who ae.t Mr. and Mrs p J. Webber, of St. come off gain( become residents of Daytona. confine to same, and thus save
baa but one suit eNa+ and :.1rs.11. Hani' who have
Augustine are of the Pal
of cloth to slwaya pt Ct e0 guests H. P. Hcudly and Miss\ Alma trouble in the future.
'dreeaed. In 'rt.1. metto. been the guests.( of !Harry Dobbinx, Mrs. Catherine Hodgens, of Or-
mond died :; Feadly, Lexington, Ky., and J. C. A machine has
P returned to Kustin't Friday. Sunday morning.he Haynca-Apperaon"
Chester Simms left this
best.- morning the mother of Mrs. Eliza Longe Jandon, Charleston, S. C., arc recent been at the for several days
was depot ,
Knowledge tbatyou in his auto for a hunting and fishing }Ir. and Mrs. l H.: l Dillinghain> and, arrivals at the
of Daytona; and Mrs. Hugo Mass, of Dcnpland. addressed to T W. King. Mr.
Inherit maybe trip on the Tomoka.On son Elmer, returned from a visit to
all right, but Jacksonville Saturday. Ormond. She had been a resident A. O. Webb ]has .shipped his 120-:! King is from Boston and spent last I

that 'which ;you account of a slight illness of Ormond: for.21 years.. horse power Pope-Toledo and two' winter at Daytona, a guest of the
get by hard Charles Ludwig was unable to return Members of tile Yacht Club are > t '
Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt wiring cars from Xew York and he Parkinson" louse He will doubtless -
knock to what Henry entertained
Bake you ...... to Stetson today.W. notified that there will be an election a small party of friends at4limidt's is expected any day. i arrive shortly.
of officers WedwBd.iy, : January ]11.
without A. Story arrived Saturday in Villa Saturday evening, to
An office boy a grandmotheran
easily Invent one In tbe baseball his house boat and left for Leesburg, Miss Louise Foole and, her friend, watch the birth of the New Year.A .

Fla. He will return in a few days. Miss Alice Shaw, returned to school dainty lunch was' served by Mrs. OFFICIAL ANALYSISOf

at Wellington, ]D. ('. Sunday. Schmidt and much enjoyment wits
Our friends in the North who are
To the Chinaman the yellow peril appears Daytona Well Water Hade November
to be a horse of another color. baking their shins by a fire, are John O. Lnbk, District. Passenger experienced throughout the evening. 0

*' warming for the South.At Agent of the Southern railroad, with Those present were: Mr. and Mrs
To the accompaniment: of the mlnto-
tart sermon many a new dress la plan. The Bennett are registered Mr. headquarters at ,hl'ksOIJ'ilIeI'M a Conrad Studenbord and two grand-

ned. and Mrs. E. A. Bryant, Lakeport, N. visitor in the city :--nturda; '. children, Miss Violet Studenbord, The results are expressed in parts per 100,000.

II. M. and W. C. Rude Miss Emma Murphy, Mr and Mrs Total "lidlilollnll direct determination 43.50
It la mbblrg In on a man after the ; J. Covington Dr. II. C. lirannen has enclosedone by ,
jury bat sentenced him to bang to ask Ky.; Miss J. E. HaMkell, Bradford of the porches of his drug store J. Don. C. Morris, Mr.and Mrs. John .j

Limit_ he baa anything; to say. Pa., and J. E. Hammond, at Seabreeze and will\ use it for the Pollitz, Mr. and Mrs. Qeo. F. Crouch, SEPARATE U ST.\NCS.: .,
Miss Cora Crouch and the of
Rte avenge aaiW doe not take Wayne, 111. sale of fruit and! confectionery.The guests Calcium Carbonate..........CaCO, 20.37 'i
the house.
kindly to water when on shore. The eight hour law, which has graded school opened! promptly Sodium Cltloride..NaCI 8.13 I

been the working day for the masons this with large Number Albert B. Tucker of New York, :

.With.) OMuroo ft red Is Here and pink Again.and greea, and painters for some months, is effective of students.morning The holiday a vacation has arrived and will have charge of I Magnesium Carbonate.......MgCO, C.23

Comes Comes tile the(merryxraua4.HMmrvoround.A for the carpenters to-day. will no doubt enable the children lo the detail work for the coming auto Silicic Acid........................SiO, 1.90 1

On every the Mrrr-o-roun4.little. girl's a QUMB Herbert Burdick, who spent the do better work. races. Mr. Tucker is by no means Magnesium Chloride.........MgCl .40 ;!
OIl Ihsliplays. new to this work, he having served
his schoolmate Chas.
holidays with .John E. Webb left Saturday night Associationin Potassium" Chloride...............KC1 .38 i
a lot ct nettae tun... Ludwig, returned to Stetson University the National .
Webb) who
Do** the aMtrr-sjo-roand. for Miami. Mr Hang the Pittw- Calcium .. ...
a similar capacity, on Sulphate .. .. ..CaSO4 .25 )
fie**) the. MfrrsjorounA.And I to-day. choir
I II in the Church
tenor Episcopal" ,
KM aU.the....mtfii boss and go-round girl,and COM r Mrs. Chadwick has scientifically will be missed by the music loving burg run of two years ago. Latelyhe Ferric Oxide......................Fe OIl .05 '* ssry-a'O-TBund.' was also Secretary on a tour for I
It raks to stoker by the peck. worked large sums of money from public. Automobile Association .
And every child Is now on deck.For I it is safe to' she the American : Total........................ 43.77 "
tfce merry-go-rouM. f financiers, but way Yesterday was an ideal Florida on the St Louis run and to his ir i i iProf

f.r the' wmr-ao-round. secured but little from newspapersin day. The weather was warm and untiring effort and zeal are due

fir ... De.rlpMer i the way of tosh. the breeze balmy. Many.{ launches much of the credit for the excellent E. P. Harris, P H. D., L L. D., head of 1

"What to mast by nature1 noels I A hack driver reports four tires and sailing boats were out to enjoy time made and the pleasures en- the Chemical Department of Amherst College, ''i

mar' injured from the )'ails-on the the pleasures of sailing.T. route on both trips. It i is because 1
where this analysis was made "This ia
"A tramp I Bess. Noblemen do notwork says. a
;and tfce tramp doc not and to aep.cial Ormond bridge. Rubber tired vehicles Fred Brown and wife enter of Mr. Tucker's success in all previous fine, clear and pure specimen of deep spring n;

patron of nature." will have to be driven with tained a few friends Saturday nightto racing work that President water a little hard by reason of the magnesium .

care on the draw of that bridge. watch the birth of the New Year.A Steck chose him from among the and calcium carbonate but not extremely so,"
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fine collation was nerved at 11:30. many racing men in the North who
stir aee ;you round with Brown Mrs. Fred P. Hills, Mrs Dorothyand
any more, and you used: to be deb Mary and Robert Hills, Delaware Among those present were Mr. and were mentioned for the position. Thin analysis allow that, while rather hard for a

rsgm friend*. What ha come be- Mrs S. F. Dullard, Mrs\ E. Cherry, toilet and laundry UM, our City Water 'In exceptionally MF
lweeo ?" 0.; Mrs. Qeo. Pennington, Fine river front property for rent.
""I loaned yea; Urn |1." Minneapolis; Georgian Pennington Mrs. lloyd, Miss Anthony, Mr. and Nine room house furnished with salubrious for drinking purposes. and kuinif derived 4
and Mm. C. M. Wilder, Mr and Mrs from driven well from 100 to :200 fret deep, passing
Atlanta, Ga.; O. M. Humphry modern convenience For particu- \
Hb Pew OMtn.It Mrs. Jatchelor, Mrs. H M. Savage, Miss through two or more layers of limestone rock It U uniiuvntloiialljr i
St. Louis ] address Box 7
wife, A. C. Vickery, ; pre ;Daytona. ,
To..1Ir.ward a.charm. ....... Wm. Kiler. Ottawa, Kan., are guestsof Daisy Moore. < free from any possible contamination from 7
FoR KENT: cheap, an eight room
To keep. away' bad lock.TMafc The Parkinson. The DAILY NKWM. ,In, published. during surface drainage or injurious organic material. Where t
.A bees yen. chestnut'MM but the tourist wanon. 15 ants per week, cottage near' Despland' Hotels Post trendily drawn It holds In suspension a certain amountof

Or maybe. = 0 some.... suck" truck I C. A. Luoe, a guest of The Gables, lelivereit. office box 473. 2t ulphuroiiK KM, Hulphurettei Hydrogen, II 8., which

'.A client.s ..... ..MutIte shipped his auto from Grand Rapidsto -.-.-.--- -- -------- quickly\ : separates and pauses off into the air when relieved

...1W 1-.1&about from. I' shrunk. this place December 7th. The . . .. . . from the underground pmwure. It I. the pretence
.... .
.ssTscep machine arrived in Jacksonville on 1 1 tit this volatile KM which temporarily give to tbe 1':

fsloe.. Shot. diva pull. IDee, 10th and there it remains. Mr. : water the Unite and odor which .., .
peculiar 'o soon disappears (
Luce left this afternoon for Jackson- : Toilet Waters and Perfumes ; after expneure to tbe air. .
'. fade Mme Deawbake."I ville where he will endeavor to hurry -
anppoee you enjoy, the freedom The Daytona Lilly Water' Plant furnishes thla same ,
.... car that a fortune bring'" the freight department.. .j 1
Hudnut's '' Colgate's : water farm which bjr a special proceea more than fifty
"WHanawered Mr. Cnmrox. "If & Gallet's -
Okla- Roger : .
jaaft to have money. But U I bada't P. M. Uttlefield and wife per cent of the mineral constituent bas been rvmoved .
got-feh )I bad homa B. N. Reynolds and wife, Rickseckcr's Pinaud'sPivey's :
wouldn't have to study ; and It also provide a chemically pure distilled\ << water
Preset 'or learn; to pronounce the Johnson Fla.; H. D. Gibson, Yonk- 1
; on hand'at the Either of them, plain or carbonated, may be advantageously
-i o f opana.WaabJDC.eo. Always
.. 4- era, N. Y.; J... A. Glenn, Washington -I / substituted where a table water free from excoiHlve -

',. D. C.; C. E. Glenn, Allegheny bardnvss I. prerrred. Surface or rain water Is
Interlachen Atwood Pharmacy
sir. I don't' know Pa.; H. Friedlander .. better fur tbe laundry or toilet.

.... mf neat aaanl la comln from. ,Fla.:: E. A. Donnelly;Cincinnati,0.: I. Phone 09 MAXWELL HANIIM8, Proprietor HIRAM HENRY SEELYE, A. M., M. D.

;:= raaW-MattIM* da JIlt:' *.l H-R. Scott, RiedaviDe/ N: C. Tare 1 CITY PHYSICIAN.
x.551 Matte from'met I guests at The Gables. . .. .. . .' .'.. I .

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DAYTONA and its .* '** <* "" I Continued( of from Flret 1'age W.} J. th.A CURIOUS$l,.alar' KoUei at akautj, .>. i SCHMIDT'S VILLA -.5

t I that prince promoter, the Ked 8... ... -KK
: Morgan. It is there that Mr. Vanderbilt A singular phenomenon otters on tiroborders : Overlooking the Halifax River, Daytona, Florida. ::

JA.c i* ATTRACTIONS. smashed the world's record of the Bed sea at place culled .5 .5.
t "" view la direction
I where Intermittent underground The hotel commands a most! attractive every; and :*
tKeR into little bits by burning up a mile i sounds have been heard for an : no finer location can be found in the vicinity. It is only one mile*.

in 30,, in commemoration of which I unknown number of ceuturle It la :: from the ocean and is convenient to the depot postoffice, churches and :J

feat and to do honor to that idol of I situated at about half a will distant *. public schools. More sunny rooms than any other hotel m town. Bath :{

i "j' The Q Queen City of Florida true sportsmen everywhere, the I from the shore whI'D"e. a long reach of :: rooms mid lavatories with sanitary plumbing and all modern convene -*.
ascends rapidly to a height of 300feet' unexcelled. and
A Florida East Coast Automobile Association and This reach Is about R> > feet wide :*, knees. Cuisine Rates $2.5O: per day! upwarUs? ISpI Ae(- ::
inn the week. The only Tennis Court in. the cityjjsjocnted, on :*
rates by
being ::
i > from th. F. E. O. Ry. Booklet.f has nailed hi* record to I aDd resembles! an amphitheater *
., : The sound coming t the hotel grounds. :
.' willed by law rocks.
110 Mlles from Jaeknomllli\ i i'I' are properly u part of the town its doorplate. No one is more anxious up from the ground at this. place i HENRY SCHMIDT. Proprietor-' ,
that it be broken than its hold hour. .. |
.. iiliitl n. at Intervals of about nn
J. Fare one ny.:$: .3iftouml > pod |ii|>' (> recur _
f trli{ '. 11.110> Daytona Ba.hlli er-the more especially if he breakit They at first resemble a low murmur; :.............. .uuUhdUWUWM M**>J-MMl* MMM' 'MMlllstIMMMMM'-iMM M, .
1.. I but long there Is heard n loud
74 Mile from St Augustine.Fnre > mile east of the town. It la himself. That the Daytona-Or- of
s one straiten
"_ one way.$:::.20 approached by three good bridges inond Beach swept by the tidal knocking a bell and somewhat,. 'bleb' at like the the end of about ***************.**.V1*..***.< .***...***..,',....... .*.****...

.tf!...., ). Round 4.40 the' over the river and well-graded ovenueg broom twice a day, is the only "safe five minute become so strong as to : THE BENNETT. I!

o .. DAYTONA In "lhuttwlnpuu| unit Ii the principal summer revolt agitate the sand. ...
wt bauk of the Tliilifiix., lli"ot:\ Its south 01 St. Auguntlne. It Iiiis and sane" straightaway race coarse The explanation of this curious phenomenon It .

fairest expanxe un.l n.Mn-ny lietnefiiIt I more tuiiriHt during the summer than in the world is conceded by automobilists given by the Arabs\ U that : Open for the Season of 1904-05. Beautifully

*!. source at Billow Bay anil lts outlet I all other )places south of that city combined everywhere. there Is a convent under! the ground: : Located on Ridflewood venue. ::
t.,Mottqulto Ad.. .t. It IM In liitiliuli- here and that these sound an tboao ..
a and io also "becoming 11 favorite Tn it is that
.' 1 j. :9a.eventy-/4mr;; /' sidles from St. AnUMtlne January predicted of the bell which tho monks ring for : Since lust season this popular house has been enlarged to double its ...

j nod tine mill- Crow the .\I. wliit..T and ri-sort.Miiootb Phibench by connldiTeilthe l kI wide the figures of our fellow club-man, prayers. So they call Nukoua:: ,. which w former, capacity. Rooms: single or en-suite, with,'or withoutPrivate :, :* ,:
film many that
\ The Arabs nlllrin
J. lutitlo (iri-nii, a ml U nvknowleilKeil, to ;fluent In tile world, and, the .surf Mr. Vanderbilt will be lowered. the means noise a frighten their carets' : Baths Hot and cold water in the new part'fih'-' "f ..

1. p ', Inwltliinit n rhnl for In-niily 1I111". I' liatbluK In sate and excellent Hiiininer The condition of the beach, the when they hear It ns to render them : naceheat and all modern conveniences. ". t'\\ ::

t"t' the vlllniceii) <'f tin, Smith. H" ..ih' I I.. and winter.. People who lance tried st&nd-up-under-the-strain of the car furious. Philosopher attribute tho :: ..

1 \ iiii>"n whet Ix known ii< hlirli hum- :Northern mid Wctitprii summer resorts and the iron nerve of the man be- sound to suppressed volcanic nctlou : Menu the Best the MarKet Affords. ::

{ inork liiinl Hint teas rruwiieil l h y ,,1..llIre that there lire 11011..0. perfect probably to the bubbling uf gas or : .
hind the steering wheel, are the factors Eng: Owner and Proprietor, ........ :
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wllli nlimt royal dinitli\ of erlfround.-Scwcnlltlo Albert Bennett
I 1.11111I' n'' fointort bPiub.A vapor .
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flit : DAYTONA rJ.9ICIDA. ..
it IIIIIJ"MIIolur.1 fl.''.'... iiinl IIIIHMIKtliew to be juggled with. land) Chronicle. .
.. :. tifi'K. IM the' lotgn: <>f tu-iliiy.'ttllh' .. .teMo1>ll. :R.c. Meet. The Club house, not elaborate, :.....**************************** ......" ,..,.." ....:,

:t'J.. ....r'1;. .. lU lieulttlflll ;.llttllROR: Illlll, wrllgrndsl. I Tliu IlnrUla. KiiHt. CiMiHt AutomobileAHHoelntlon but commodious comfortable,homelike THE BARN DOOR SKATE. _. ;

'11 -+."::. WUlkH. Illlll $tt4a.IM. Tlll !Hflllt ll condiii-tn. an annual race and pervaded with the spirit of TbUrcrnllar ....................................................
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,.;; Unit nil iiluiiK tliflile, iiVHiiili'M Hulllulvixvit .. matt tin the "beach' ; which has now ainiheriuil A .

tli.> 1'1\\11 .II r.> I"rdly\ lh <> Hari, repiiliitlun nil tin grenteHtaiitiHiioblle good fellowship, is located opposite Fl.h. .

l f enter oaks II 11.1 h".liol'h'M. ninny nftlivm I race course In the world Daytona on the bluff overlooking the The barn. I door never Bkato could beegnr'tell whether* description. s Parkinson House, :

f f. :. iliiiin'il, wllli t-1'in-i'liil r..I..IIM. nf I Tin I>ii>t<>nn-Orni iid Beach lit hard .
speedway. It is the :Mecca of the be was looking at me with his eyesor .
the siuiiilHli limn. iiinl miriirrhthe'i'treet )IIH iniiciidilil, mill ail lusts) utrctcllnf
t. gray his breathe boles. lie I U a bottom
.... e+ iiinl vnll.M, uiul iiiiiiitiu, : llii-m*. thirty. or mine. miles without n members. To augment its membership flab and flat like a flounder: Ho has a Fine location corner of RiJgewooJ. and :Magnolia Avenue C

: L. .:i.I ;'". aie Intermit.imil tullll'u.h'IIII'IIIIIIf.ttOM.. brenk nuikea; It tin natural racing and provide entertainment for a triangular body, tho apex of which : .Electric Lights, Sanitary Plumbing) Baths and all modern :

:I' ):. elo*.yleneil miiKtiuliiix, fiauriint bays ground Amcrlia. their friends is the sole ambition of forms the snout; opposite bin snout M I'Dtneiilenw' Table tile best the market afford, Large, C
At low tide HID bench. IH banal. for few extra piecesof :
'i' mid foi'iil-lierrliMl) holly, ami ninny its president. are his tall and a .
J other vnrletlew, while In ninny j>lur "i :3m feet and, neither carriiiw wheel his overcoat, which kind irituro: has : nieely fiiniinlieii rooms well lighted and heated. Southern :

the wild grasps| UK trimi|>ft vim- andC lili'jcle. or peiliftrian can make a Present indications are that the tagged on to him In case 1m gets torn M l''I' >OlIur... For rates, apply to CS
coming meet will forever establishthe to be mended. Ilia.tail la embellished
and has
the aiupeliHmlH climb. Mini cling IIMMMIK hardly visible Imprint on tic muuotb
r' the brn lichen fonnliiK Klniily IOII'.rM'f mud, "'f'II'I.n'k''I1 I Hand. It hi no nn- Daytona-Ormond Beach as the with a tow Bplnes-this I S MRS. JOHN B. PARKINSON; :

'f iMiiinoii. sight to HC' 1 mill'rigged hlcy- world's know foe a fact. .
and \ mid It is
adding grace lnMinly. racing ground. expected : He has a couple of eyes a little way
: Owner and
't The town HIM uirnllel with HIM cues Bpi'edlnjj with the velocity of tile that the value of the prizes will back: of his snout and right back Proprietor. C Co
Halifax lllvtr and o\trtnN, for wnrly nlnd before a xtJff linxio along tbe of these a couple of holes that -. ."
I. l two mile along tin Hhore. Thin HUlixilli. lieach, thus affording. the inotttexIilhirntlnK aggregate,( $20,000 and that everybody extend completely are through him. These r r r r e f r r r r......r r i r r..r r.r.N...r.1.......r....r..i

river Is the ilHInlit ur the nnuli-r:\ mid sport known to man. Be. will be glad he came and go holes connect with his lanes or whatever

the yachtminiii and forum i>n>* .>f tin Hlili'x. thence, miles of bard"'Mlu-llwl.pnlmfrin home happy with his automobile he uses to breathe with anal, \have + +++e+ +++++ .4t +
r +++++++t++t++++ +++ + ++++++++++++++++ ++ ,
)'' : t town' greatest ntlrmlloiiM. ;i>.l lninleMird. bring tb,"lo\erH of loaded, ) with an uncomfortable! way of looking at +
t" trophies. + .
... the time his> eyes.He .
sumo a
Unit Ihn1".1 1111,1'hlt-"'*) Into dh'eetlouclt you
a The main mcuiim run I"'
,,' has a mouth, too but It Is on the = ,e Hotel :, :
with tb> niiilnlaiul the
.lie) with or Interm-vl the ilvix ors over M
t all! 10O feet n ldi', "S""I'l Item. brand l rliltiv which span tin,* Hjilendld, The Cleveland. under side of him and convenient with for i
It Is funny thing
t r 0 which to uhuiit xl,ty; .tlve fi>ct, lint IIIIM. Hiillfax: UlviT.Tin During the past summer this spines oa the lips and when you pull $ : Desplands I
a bit lt-ndle 01 beautiful" waster luticli from the ttandy MiillH to ,
house has been much improved and the lower Jaw the upper Jaw moves
I F butting upon It* en...ti>rn nldi. whore the, IcMvi-Ht jinlnt at ebbtide, measure altered from hotel with with It-a sort of automatic trial', not i "TUB FAVORITE" i ii
rooms onlyto
: the Hit wares ebb and, Hv mid uluug.! about tsa'fastu and the average depth unllko what you ant see In any tenant
,. 1 aDd across whlili f<>iuv. tin ri".lInIC. of tin surf' ini'imiirCH iilmllt two feet.A one of the daintiest and best apportioned restaurant Tilt 1* a landlub' WOnN i

,. t.-! Invigorating and h..llh-gl\.IIIK ltr"-l.l'ft iitlnuiUN gentle swell roll III of the smaller hotel. in ber's description but It U enough. i *' I

from the ii.-can from Olio to two feet In Country Life America..
; from off the vide AtliintU'lilili the city. It has its own light and *

t I I f t"ml.r> and render till Hnllfux! Innate depth under normal coiidltloiiH, making : water system and is heated throughout + UNDER .
L one of the miwt perfn-t In the world.. the beach an attractive and absolutely THE WORD DOILY. : Leon Despland) +
by steum. A competent chef
c Daytona linn tidies fri- grndI' sate plaitfor mirf bnthliiK.
many .kla t Owner.. and Proprietor. +
I OrlftarUlr It tt' Same of a F ,
I't i I"a L cd marled and Hhelled 1 rondo, and n..r1.11. Infiint an well an the grey baa been secured and the table is a For Summer Near t .

'.' ,1. streets rviiderlni It the hrilreil. veteran of many minimem I can moat excellent: one. Though the word 'dolly It now restricted =4 S \'TONA, FLA.. :

I. I. W1a..I.. P.r..U. nureljr. enjoy. the luxury of a awn both Mrs. Spencer B. Green the manager In tuennlni to thu small cloth t .
4: and uddeil to tlnite, lull' n mile away, throughout the luiKer part of th..Y..llr. that cover a divert, plate, It hud I +++*++++++itNi+i+#+++#+++++++++++++.***#+++*+#++:
personally looks aflfi the welfare -
Fa. d are thirty miles of Binmnli bard, beach, while the strung and expert awl tttIita.r, ortgluully a iiiiicli wider HlKiillloatloii.: ---+-
.' that affords mirU'ailed 1 .' fort cnn venture out further to test his of her guests and proves a host It seems to tune been Introduced asa
an '''If ''
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: !. longdUtanre cyi'lliiK and driving "rautomobile strength fled skill In battling with the ess Loth for the outer and inner cheap and fuHhlonulile fabric, specially : =

t -[ rudll"0.: .. town nf 1"1..111fI | luexhniiMtlble powers of the mightyocenn. comforts whom we may wish .to fur suiumer wear aluiut! the hitter :

afar, North or South' innnberi "o part of the Keveiiteentli century 101'Dl'J'dllu
have .
always.Visitor "
speak of ""1111Y psttitvuts"and = THE COLONNADES. =
t' 1' many wheelmen, and cycling 1* a favorite Tfc. .......1. Steele In the Tattler mentions "a .

pa tlm with the tourlatj auiumer lying .between river and ocean Is onebnlf doyley suit" I -
!, and -winter.Tbe tulle wide, and Is being rapidly (at poultry farm)-You say The uauio has been long connected = Seabreeze. F ,

t ro. ...tifal Cottage Improved' and there are many fine cottages that your hens only lay about 300 with a London firm trading nt linen '

l that have been. vrrrted during the pasty and 'several 1 gas! hotel, an eggs a year! Why, a cod fish is saidto drapers, lu Upper Wellington gtrcot A HOUSE OF EXCELLE CE. I .

I. tar. and are Ivelng built ore rendering pert houee, two ocean ph>rs. liench lay over a million Strand who occupied the great old ... .It.
l Daytonu u, fnuioiM' fur Its flue ]'9"1ll<111 and n lurce, casino, eggs a season corner haute next to Hodsuir, the A. B. KIMBALL. E. H.' FAUKCE. '
I Poultry Raiser Wish I could gita banker, from Queen Anne' time to
houie a* for its beautiful. river treand A :R. .
nrk bl
r at
t. l. a\euueii, and they art aibllng r cross between one and my breed of 1850. Though their name happen to : '
: yearly to It* nttnutluiiH. nt Pnytonu IIIIH. heei. the yearly Improvement hens! Talk about oil be the same as that of the stuff there :WWW) WW-.WW" ........ARI..

: f :Not: the least ..lIb...... altruvtloint to In tin style nuts. value of your syndicate Is no authority for linking the two together. . .. .:. .- .
the buildings that are being erected -guess I wouldn't swap! .
r' throe. tMoiirlng hoineit In the. tnlh.
for homes Men of capital of tbe Wedgwood rejects derivation andoggest : I. :
\0. Dd'fanklag rued only to benltbfulne The .
North; nnd Weot have become awakened A tbe Dutch dwaelu, n towel or, ... Cleveland J :
p_ ** and perfection of cllmntc 1"1 to Its prominent lady and gentleman better still the Swiss dwahell. a nap ...
advantages for winter residence
;4 : the lad tbat tin pipiilatloii IM ihlirtycouiposed *., and valuable lots are being lately attended a meeting in the colored kin. The dolly Itself used to bit called Magnolia Avenue, one-naif. block from FostoQoe and River Front. :. ,.

w : of I'IIIUt'nt..1 and Intull;gent purchased. and costly houses. beautiful settlement here to aid in fanning I "dolly napkin" till shortened by customary New and Neatly Furnished Rooms Single or Easulte, IIaUI.'OU I Steam
it' t. people, accustouieil to the rvtlurnieotiof \ usage.-London Standard. Heat.
t f lu denlKii and finish, are living. erect- a Woman' Christian TemperanceUnion. Special attention' rive. to tile Table) Fans .. .,. .,"
w.. hone and 00"1| | life \d.I.1 l to """* -" *'
,. it' the e features are giHHl churches, gas,al e.l, nail beautiful hoiue, the abode Quite s large number of HI. Pcraor Sacred. Phone 2ft :2H. SPENjCER.1SEASIDfe .. CBtEeN. Prost. .,..
; of wiiillli. and culture are multiplying.Senlireexe TIle person of the Korean
t' public and private .. li.x.U, stores. the colored men were present, but emperor Issacred.
hotel. laundry, meet unirl>et totallyt (City Beautiful) and no women. When attention If human band touches him :: .' ,
U..IIIII11I1'1IIt'nt". on the Ocean was It Is sacrilege, and the punishment for : ;
work fNN
an boiim. eleitrlofor .
opera' lights
/ called
aide of the peiiliumln across the Hall- to the fact by the visitors one sacrilege Is death. If the emperortouches .
and house
itreet illuuituMlon, a fax hirer from Dnytona. of the would be organizers arose and ) a subject he becomes sacred. AND FURNISHED
good telephone' '''t''IU. Ice qOTTAQES. .
) factory TIle emperor's>> name must be mentioned
Lily Water Work, and hot and .cold At thc. foot of Ocean oul.'utl.S4otIIJr..p said: "No sir; we don't want no wo only la whisper. His portrait Is Everything Modern, Homelike and Cb ft)rtabie" '

bath, eta, everything i'e| eon be n jjer reaches 1100 feetacross men. This i is to be a W. C. T. IT ever painted except after death.Then'It Hotel > *
directly nn the :
procured that I III necessary" to make the "bench Into the swelling for men only!" 1* worshiped Once a foreign RATES .e..." Atlantlc'Coast.'Sur,6athlag'andeeslshJng, psurpue'01.
.50 I
life comforlable.: An Important I."t.t surf cf the ocean This pier Isfavorite a ambassador sought to present the emperor DAT.; BPECIAK BY THE "WEEK.

ure ID the healthfiilne of thus town resort of those who delight with the portrait of his sovereign. M- F- STEWART Prop. 0o 4I.... Fie.
X. f s" 1* th. In the sport of foiling. The surf All about tile But the minister for foreign affairs
here nUminln In front automobile race. The I regarded the offer as an outrage !
.. ;' ''' i.(" W.t.r ..ppl lu.tal"a\ villi.., whiting drum, DAILY Naws .1II1Ia.* s>complete record sad the portrait was never accepted. ,. ILLINOIS HOUSE ..,,' ...

4if: ., which I I. derlveil from numerous .liee)>..lienil. and many other varieties of each race. 16 cents per week delivered. The emperor's power 1 Is boundless! ; his -

4 .. .\ ?w. flowing well, of which there lire probably of islll.le Ash) During that fall season The two house boats built at the land word and Is law and he own everything, I I Port Orange Florida. ,:. ,
300 In people without restriction.A .
eorpurati' Till' the '
t' ....t *. j flow 1. eoured by boring well! to tlii snort famous and It 81'1baSIl has been in afford> uncommon royal Goodall boat yard have been completed simple wish Is a command. Located Ridgewood Ave. Terms 16 and.S7per'wt'etelED

. .i. depth of from N" to 1:0:: test 1"UMhig occurrence to land a thousand poundsof and are occupied by their .h.*..lra*> !. th. ..UI..t....
'\< 'I a throuKh.ral strain of ruck, and |owners. ., W. WINN Prop.
; this gauiey fish In an afternoon A traveler In the Philippines writes: :
. *! U. this depth assures purity from all Individuals of them There Is no place: where shopping Is ....
* 'J$ *J }*; surface: contamination. The water I III fifteen to ranging from Mr. Holmes and son, of Michigan MIller than In Manila for It Is almost *******************"."i.,.; .' '.. .: ...- -
. thirty-Vive pound 'In weight. who .'.AA'.. ... ....
; : -:. t lightly Impregnated with magnesia. Not only does the are here for the benefit of their absolutely Impossible to buy anything : .** CC

?,* ?> I r : and Iron, end hold sulphur In the I sport but the ocean Halifax offer thissgdstadll :health,have purchased the River yon require. Ton can nevertheless pur The Palmetto
. 1 1 .hap of which. Hirer chase. If you are so Inclined, House.'Well I
4'. v. >.! gas, noon passes awny. only half a mile back of tbe ocean, lsequally View hotel grounds, Seabreeze, and do everything .
Tie P.p laUm .f Daytoaaprover I ,, J you! 1I'llot-ood soiled atllaatat
'r r } famous for It. fine fishing, are erecting ft fine residence. 1 four times R
: or so Its normal 'Well Known
:'r,(" f :\. Is about ].Sort. Added. to and the varieties that abound in the I _value i and. POj') <
", this. ,Is a suburban opiilutlou. ou wale ocean
are present In the river. --- .
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y,. 1 'L" W.... KlDg bore.toa and, peninsula Blake Old of about Seabreese 1,000 or at Hunting guide and* and ashing dogs good be.bad Experienced I 1..i..l" i Overlookin ,the beautiful Hal 'f- l'I-R':

.' t at r' Goodalt Beabreece. may I ; .. I
'yF t v "...yw'f', and Silver Beach, at reasonable price I .... Daytona A homelikeand. .. .

::.'.: -- ... .. I Edw. G. HarrisPHOTOGRAPHER : house: First-class in all respect

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