The Daytona daily news
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 Material Information
Title: The Daytona daily news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: January 4, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1924>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1905-1917>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002072230
oclc - 01631353
notis - AKR0538
lccn - sn 93063916
System ID: UF00075894:00003
 Related Items
Related Items: Daytona gazette=news
Related Items: Morning hotel news
Succeeded by: Daytona Beach news

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Vol. II, No 3 O.ea Everywhere e.d B..e..... All Cla ee.. Daytona, Florida, Wednesday, January 4, 1905. omit.Adv.rtldtig Medium-'In.! n.yte.e.nd:!! Vicinity! Price 3 Cents; ;.,,

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BINGHf\M & THOMPSON "Handorn..tea>.idgU ewoodooood- ,Residence: ;; Sale. RCAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE :


," i PALACE WHIRLWINDS COMINGIn 9th. the road ..1JC8ila'e a Chicago NOW WORKING EIGHT HOURS.
and Florida Limited, which; receives

Daytona Novelty Works, Planing Mill & Wood Yard, Palatial Cars With all Modern Con- I, the The same! limited attention.leaves l'lail'ugo'CI' Mechanics In All-Trades Now Have t

venlence, Will be Hurled To the Chicago ,V; Eastern Illinois 1:1,1: l: Shorter Hours. Day'a Wage

The South. oMock Monday afternoon, mid Ft.l not Lowered. .

Three fast< Florida limited l Louis at .J 1 o'clock the sauce afternoon On) Monday, no stated in our issue

Greeting: !train will leave Jersey City, just the two li hi iLuit.iricH im'cting at for that day, the eight hour law for ..+r',"

across. the river from New York, on Evansville, and prot"bc'dillg south mechanics became effective for the .'. :

January U, for their initial trips through ullh'iIIctlllllla, Macon carpenters, which virtually now
To our Friends and Customers: These trains will bring many tourists and Jacksonville This is u magnificent makes sight hours work constitute
.... to Florida solid vestibulud train and. will a day, work for all mechanics
No efforts have been spared in the run daily. 'For weeks a rumor has been cur- .

A HAPPY NEW YEAR. equipments of these trains by their Itcnnies Pullman drau'ing-room rent of the formation by the bUllin:1.:: '

respective loads. the Southern, Sea- sleepers, observation-library far, ess men and citizens of a Citizens: '
boni'd ami Coast Line. They will! dining car, combination baggagecar I Alliance, which was said to ho based .i

Thanking you for put ;gfeyprs, we ask a continueance of the same. bo put on to accommodate the class and conch The dining-ear service -, upon the same principles which obtained ) '.Sr*
: of travel/ that demands. luxury and will be a In (carlo. The train at Cripple Creek, Col., a few '.!i.. ,
who are able to pay lor it. will be steam heated and electric months ago. Madam ]Humor stated ;;"*'

The officials of these three great lighted. The special is unique, in that this. Citizens' Alliance would
:,Commencing this date we' will operateour railroad syetemanro constantly on that it is tho only Wlid. ) train between fight all labor organizations, and

the alert for the betterment of the Chicago and Florida. who went so far as. to give the names

plant an OPEN SHOP! service. Their specials! from New I of business men who had joined. It
Auto Club Committee I
York are the best run out of any in now seems that this was a bugaboo

the world in point of equipment, in Ever mindful of the u el fa re of our built from the fancy of .some cheap,

point of service and in point of time visiting racers, 1'reHideiit Stink has would-be builder to scare tho weak-

i made. They have made the New appointed committees to aid him in \nped working mini to desert his
Yoik-St. Augustine longdistancerun the proper cure of all who participate I fellow man and thereby cause de-:

famous over the world for elegance in the coming DaytonaOrmondDerby. (Vetioiis..

and comfort. Thin year they I The pcrsonel of the committees A careful canvas of the city by a

will surpass all previous records, are as follows: DAILY Nfcvs: reporter could nqt yip-

Owner. and their trains this season are better Reception Committee. O. Bur. earth/ u single man who knew aught ':
t p. EHllingham, than ever. goyne, J. U. Moore, John Anderson> about this organization and all 'positively

Phone 70. The New York-Florida special of C. A; Young and Peter Siminit. denied having( signed, or yer-
I the Atlantic Coast Line is scheduledto Transportation Committee-J. A. mlly Agreed to any' proposition '

leave New York on its initial tripof Hcndricks, J. A. lIuthllway'aild looking to the injury of the unions '

+ -,. the season at 2:10: o'clock Monday Louis Adler. now extant.
-....._.... _" --=- -- --- -- afternoon, January 0. At 4 o'clock Entertainment Committeo. II. Men more at work for each and

O.;S. Dalton, Mrs. A. M. Atkin- THE AMIABLE MULE. the next afternoon she is duo at St. Ludwig, A. U. Stroctcr Geo. II. every contractor nt the new hours, j

son5), 11e1N.( D. Atkinson are guestsat ..... The you Aauteur got the F."II. lay..-of.the land. A Few Word.--ol '-ProFor ThU .tngustiuejthe[ Southern terminus Foote, J. 1). Price and Frank pond and nro receiving the same pay jj

.the Grand Atlantic.At yet at your new horn)" Mack III......... Animal. Northbound, this train will leave St. the only exception being at McClel\
..y.., and we are now waiting tot "After a lift-time of cl.xi> iixmirlntlonwith Augustine, January 11, at 11:10: in Launch Party land & Edwards novelty works .
Schmidt's Villa were registered the lay of the hen." the mule. ," KUJ-H nil old.. inlllliiryofflcliil
tile morning, arriving at Savannah Mr. and Mrs W. II. Brokaw, of where union men were compelled to
"I have wtcr known him to
:Mr and Mrs. W. K. Kelley and two .PERT PARAGRAPHS.Marriage. kick a inn n, innI I 1./11 C' I ever( met n iniiu at 1:30: ) that afternoon and at Now Dallas, Texas, are in the city visit I knock off on account: of their. having.
eons, of Morganton, ,v. Vn. who knew nnoll.cr 1111111 IIf> his! ovnkoowlavige York at 1:4.: : in the afternoon of the ing friends and relatives; made this an "open shop." These

hero n la apt to who had been Kicked: by a following day.Coast The launch Marion: W. Johnson ,neon all have wirk. and home at better -
who arrived
Visitors yesterday be a failure when mule .
cold two try to live Inexactly Thin' I III n bold I IOta:c'III"III. but It I I" L n.'a Banner Train. commanding, carried Mr. and Mrs. pay.
from the West report very : r E the way true iieverihch-. \uii mil iini'MtlunolilKixuf The train will consist of one drr.vy- W. II. Broknw, Mr. and Mrs.\ A.: 1;. Rents are so high and the cost of
weather in that section. that one did before the urlii.i" evrtywhrre, and 1 Browkaw, J. M. Brokaw, and Mrs. living BO great hero that the workingmen
marriage. confidently incite l: that liny will bi'iirtne ing room nnd state room vr, having have hardly been able, heretofore \
We have been asked what is V. out In thli. I know I mil' 11111",111111a | two drawing room and seven staterooms Hinukev on a trip down to the Inlet. to make both ends meet. !,.TJip
.U a belief but I mink ,vi'n to mopiiuil The returned tired, but delighted
A pessimist |iopnlir patty out 'the
meant by the "open shop" as advertised man who, when lie lliliik and..... If I mil n.il ilolnx our two twelve section drawing with the change;;while not raising 4Ct\W\<
pleasures of the will give] the men more time .
fby McClellan & Edwards on dud out that tie mule friend a dexrrved. Just" 11. lluriw>"' room sleepers, an observation car wage,
trip. in which to work their gardens, I.
the first page. This means u shopor can have a thing, kick are plenty. Mule Ulik lire us containing seven state rooms, and
finds he does not rare im I'I'UIIIUIl..llo'C'.nyou ever thereby saving money or to entttijM
of business! whit observation end, and elegant lining !
employs remunerative oocupl-
jplace want !tOne ridlnir ut nlxht; on tin imiirli'x. far Mrs.\ \V. II. of the Thtirston in some other I
men regardless of whether they belong away from ruunytdeN| nll.1: | .mnp.. weary car of modern design, where meals Quay, tion dining hours off duty. In many ,
to labor organization or touch of summer makes) ua forget looklilK for the distant IwlnLMiiu I'liuip- will be served a la carte. A third House, Meadville\ Pa., is visiting her places in the state the hours, of WOnt :
any all of the nice thing we said aboutIt Ores nut to be foiimlV IJhl l yon ever ut and.fourth twelve-section drawing daughter, Mrs. Elk; II. Glenn, corner are the saint which''now exist' Jipre. .-
not to winter. such n tlne: ace jour i.itilo friend" lift of Beach and Cedar streets I and the flay is higher.' ''
bin tireless' 1..11111111I1 I Mow, |IM ifHiiiuint room sleeper will be added as neces ,\
_------o. -- - -- -- trumpet| t of discovery of the sought. for In the observation cur will be -' .
.. .' i' . : . haven? He him not Keen II, but ho liu* I sary.found chairs and library desk with .; ;' ;: :; ; '
smelt It, mill lu u moment' I I" trotting u "
bee lint for the illnlnnt picket line mil stationery. All the latest magazinesand '
t foniKO rutlon. \Vi>u you ever riding periodical will be kept in the
across u I'.rcury.! try: ibmty fnunlry. library. : TfolionsJ.A.Hendricks S.on" I
thirsty, no water In sight: mul Ito vvln>reuboulH -
iinUlHiovci-e l} Throw the bridle Seaboard Florida Limited. .7"6tl.n.,. ,,s.l1 J
loose rat the 111111,''" nick mul five him The Seaboard Florida Limited will Next Door to Postofflce. I ", f

his wny. lie will t'lkeyoii ItVIII..r 8S be the first of the limited trains to -- \- 1
unerringly IM a c.i-rler: |plyuuu wings
IU way to its roont.;'-:NebiiiHkn. State arrive in Jacksonville. It- is oper-
Journal ated over the "short route," and is '. Wo take this opportunity to thank nil of our CuHtomen. .for 'their. pa!\tromiKO -' m
Lov.. I In the pant and wish them, one and all, a very '
the the fastest schedule. This train .
i is
; Thiszpace : Love has her ti-mple on the shores of
: Time leaves New York, January 0,at 12:10: .
.- And like a siren, by her sweet bell'e p HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS > ,
I the t
.' ; chime noon, over Pennsylvania road '

.: Mason & Will: .C mIRY. : Bide Draw smile them weary to stop mar'nera and rest, and a little her while luring and being Richmond.operated through Bhe is duo Washington!in Jack- ,.. NEW YEAR J JWu ,,; ;1

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Who sail upon IIf. stormy sea sonville at 12:50: p m. the next day,
All come at last unto Love'a .unny lea .
Borne find the peace Love promised, but and at St. Augustine at 2 p. m. This chill' '
dlo have enjoyed a aiitUfiwtnry' "ulthll'HHduring the poet" year. and
And strew the shore where their wrecked excellent service will be continued .4 continue to try and ptunMo our t.riiHtonierx and, hops; fur their vontuiue)!' A '
No. .n9 J North Beach Street. ,,. wla Ut until April 15, inclusive. '+ patronage during tile year lust Li'xtnntntr. .' 'I
Love' hands are soft yet can they smite The Southern' Palm Limited is .

.. lAve'a Ilk...,ateel... an bright, yet they can make scheduled to leave New York, Jan- .. ". !

v. With you one feel awlft giant th. agony when uary 0, at 12:55: p. m and to reach f 4 .
deer.Threugh 3:50 o'clock of the I J. A. gagiior i i.wady1ewear fT .
St. at .
shrinking aoula the thundtrbolta Augustine : ,&",""6' .
of Jove. following day. Returning the train 4 .

4 Lov. la a goddess, tyingndl.es putce. will leave St. Augustine January'' 11. .4 Hendricks.o"' i'llengaix: :; ,
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Dave la a fickle vI. of caprice. + ..
and CAlla
Love broatb tre th.a on on. m warm Immortal Connection ol Central. 4 Sarmonfs Next Door to HoatoKlce, N," .
And amltea the nest on. with the bitter While the Central of Georgia has "
death. .. .
.. .. .-. .,.. . .' .. .. ,. Lowell. O. Rene In San Franctueo Bulletin no special leaving New York on the .' ,!*, .: . . . j! ..

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'4 ir Thls4ace Reserved Il for Gruber-Morris Hardware: Company.

: I- .,at *4t The Leading Hardware Merchants> of Daytona. ac .$ i ,.

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'. I ; + i+ W. M. SHAFFNER, i BON BONS i iAND i

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Novelty Store

E .. C. C. BARNES.Tancy 1Y i Real Estate/ Loans and i CHOCOLATE- !tt

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$ Ridgevvood. Peninsula River, $ IF IT'S
,Y '! F r., 1 1. Hotel Sites and Business Lots J i I ii

:: r'1 Stationery. 1 Charge of Estates Taken for Winter i i of Stationery J

j' .. :, Souvenir Goods 1r = Most Reliable, Old Line Insurance Companies. x Book %

1 1J ..t4.4i..i44i.4444.4.4+4.4....i.+..41..i+.i A Piece of Fine China :

: !t, lj. Fishing Tackle"Lowney's : A Souvenir Spoon i ii
.f" !4\ 1Y '
/ a' .. Chocolate. 11 A Piece of Jewelry i
'' 1 ,'. Daytona Daily News i
,,,;;l t. Crockery, Glassware 1 you want, go to :
PublUhad D.li> Kxc..t .....a.y.Itiued .
1 and Notions :
tee. Toys 1
Iron January 1,to April I,at Daytonn, Florlilu. by :

.. t C .l. 1 *. rl......-( :r' mall) 'Vjjlor the N,-aeon. JI y Carrier J IS cum B I tMittY
H. CLARK.For\ :
"I. ,: No. 40. Beach St. (Entered.a.cooa-cla... mutter Je"uar 3, luoO! at the pontotllce nt .
,. : Florida, under Act of Cungre/ ul Marsh, 2,Itid." )

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,! i = Fr :. | | Bond Lumber Company HI m...l/ drat and third Thursday of every Hiindn nt in.m: II. 11I.1| F 41
.. .' + each month at 7.1U.: p. m. TI'.m.:'
i r nANVPACTVRERS 01'r = H.II... Royal Arch. Chapter No. st eelo HEV.' J. .'. O' /.....' Finest
$ ucund Thursday. ot each month.'7111::> p.in U.ptl.tChurch-NUutlay .
r ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER = ....; "r""cbllllllooa. m.; B. Y. ) 1 'Nj: -
PINe AND CYPRUS R. 8. n. Halifax Council me"ta tlilrdTuQMday !
) + meeting il'i p. in ; / ;
of..acl.inon tli at 7ao:, p. m. tl
$ Prayer nipiiliiK Wednenduy at :W' BreadCakes
: LAIN, SHINGLES, FLOORING CEILIISO. BRICK, LIME AND? K night. Taatclar. -oriental ComiuunilvryNo. IlKV. .. : i
: CEMENT.IN STOCK. = .Um".ta fourth Thur".y of each month. .';
Chrlatlan Church-Prenuhlnti
o ., .'fluid) Yard: Kant: L'oaat Railway and Orange A\.11111' = at Tim p. n.. inunlnn.ll.wi: ..m.; Preaching :t'
i 0...., ol' Extant Star-IJ\e Oak C'linptirinoia Hiindny Hihool i".4".a. in. Prn>
: 1I1.I.8-II..n.ll\IiII. Atlantic Ciuwt )Line RJ'10fl) uiIIPN.outli, of .1". kHKnlainitzoii v ill. i .. :
aocond and fourth Tuuiuluy of earl Thunuluy evening at 7"10 "
on a"'orllltrl\lI.h' orthx) F. 1'.1: 1 I':. Ity. } .
i + month at 7JW: p. m.IC.I. di n\urmei'lIn 6 >!:JOp.m .. *
; Phone 83. R. J. MALBY Mzr. J ..... ut P.I.Founl.ln. City I..II/p.| R.... FHAHK .

: m..eta nrat and third Monday of Barb H.E. Church.. 5-H..nd8) ( ... Qo to ...
at 7:8Up. a. m.; I'ronclilng IIKiu' a. m
: : laiprav p. in. Prayer invetliiK' W "'
No. HI meeta flrat and third Wcdnoxlnyi ,
t:1 it 7.mi, o'clock. Bakery.
; t- each" inonlli ..7tM1: p. m. HKV.J. V,

!I .. Kalghtaof. "...'Daytona Lodge No :11-:1] First Coi afr a'atlona
: i nii>(itii ..cond and fourth Friday of club PrpmhliiK II\;lU a.m.l; Hiinday $
t month at 7JU p.iii.Fr.l.rnd in.i fhrlHllnn Kndeai: or 7:'u> P ; --------- "
:1' nic7.iNi' p. m.; Junior .:... "..
i, = MERCHANTS BANK 'f omlay of Vales each. month H Amrkav-MoptN ntZiiXI p.m.Urand ornndV M..I..k. prayer meeting ,'
.k + (Breach. Volulla. .. A'.,. of tha Rtpubllc-Jou Hook'r UKT. BTBO
I = Capital Stotk.... .. ... ... .. ... ..R 50MX,( ) > $ ...IHI Imld.ramp ari;- nrnl, and third )''rldll St. Ma_'. Kplacovatl stationery <

; Personal Liability.. .. ... ...... ............ ...... .. 100K1O( ) ) of each iiHjiith. Ser\lce, Huniluy. nt HiiK n. u..; /
+ \i..ft,n\to\ SS'rduealay.IUal ; when THINK-II
i TranMcU General Bu..n.. ...
r e Banking =: ., "Ihuriiluy' In Lint 4'"i |'. m. in
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munion ItrHt Huniluy each :
4 i i COLLECTIONS: : MADE IN ALL PARTS OF TIIK; t.OIJz\TU\: \ =: .," I" in.l. In Lent third. Sunday ::\ good for -
\ For sate kevplng. ol I'ap.| r., Deedi, Al .tr.cli, Ll>. .nd Klre Iniurance l'ullri| .. i CLUBS.Halllas Munday Hilioolat.IU.IHI a. m.UKV. .. o'W'
L weproYld.abwluteprolectlouag.ln.tare., IfsaoneofourMleeIMaMty Hlvarlluu YZcht;& f lub"Mel tdat Ih..ilu.. C. W. A will furnish this kind at a
,E I t' noxeM In Vnult. Tb y Loat froui fluc.nta tol 1.00.Mr inonlli. = .i>iiiir. rl...M.L. Ch... : ) the ordinary kind.
I' itunm. in.; Preaching 10.4 8. ;
++..#*4#+4*+*+*##.#....+ #*.***+#+*+**.*.++*+++** League lit.\otlonnl meeting. at .
; Y., l'r"Bcbl"l// :lip. m.; Hund",. --
'. -- Mm.ml Circle' muvtlng Monday.. < < .
t FI..T-.com.F: "IC'Hi>rnndInfantry. "> V'W.lSWaW LV
\ v The News 15c week Carrier. 1I.III..t IU" Armory on Volnaln. ..w to luau: ', Prayer meeting. | :
: '' Daily per by avenue e\.ryTue lay night' J. n. Parkln- ..v.'h'K..i ;. .'lu'-imk.
..... .: aon.Cnpt.! "..... IIKV. J. : WATER.
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.1 .m . Florida. But c:....-A.'_"' ''. ,Auoclatlofl-. .y / POSTOFFICE ,/! Preserve Your Health.

h ;f :fl f ineelaatClubliouaiiou. the Iteauh. the Stet Tlio& iioHtollli. oK-n at ..'! freed from all impurities
Friday nljbt before full II/M>O. i town nt 7:OO p. in. Muncy.
f.' II dow OJIOIIH' at K' :no n. in. \ : Sehantz Filteration Process.

f The "' axon: p. in. by the most emi-

r l ,. CITY OFFICIALS. HI'MHV.Loliby I to be a pure, healthy

} Mayor...........................Clmrlv* L. Smith open from H.OO' : a. : water. Plain and car-
: I f; Gazette-News City CI..k..J. Wilkinson p. m. Window open from L, ; LILY WATER tinEtetrlcitlcbtPUat BATHS MOT and 35 Ca

; Treasurer..........................Frank T. Peck p. in. except \\h"lmail Ix. COLD ( .
I) II Aiweiuior....................C. M. Bingham, Jr buteil. Manufacturer .
-- Collector.........................H. F. DouglDIIIIllr.hal. IIOI.IUA1H.. .
'i ................................M. II. Znber Office open from R:Oi) to !/: "La"-IDA. .
TUB GAZETTE-NEWS in a weekly newspaper published Aldermen-.:. ward O. Harris,preaident; l.Mit( .. .1.30p.: m., exwpt ", .
I at Daytona, Florida, by Geo. F. Crouch, in the interest 01 II Il nry !hU.liiiil.lt! : Win. Atwood (;ieo.II. being .ti.tI'lLllt"] --
k Mathewn, A. McF. PorUiJ.. A.
ej Daytona and vicinity, is Democratic in political Hvnilrloki. and Jerome. l>. Malvy. MAILS. I.OKK.. climate of flue East Coast of Florist
flavor and is advocate of .
an prosperity
: Council meet "OIld any fourth Olle-I"lIloolir IN.furo the: ) perfection than that of any
II and good roads for our citizen.. Its
a. Monday ol mh month at 7.30: p. m. partimul trauma
r are devoted to bringing before our readers City Attorney.....................c. II. Spencer'! place on earth. 444 *
t City I'hyeiclan..Dr. H. II. HooIY4f -

happenings. .Il J School TriMfaws-Ueo. II. Lndw Ig. C. M.f.UinKbllm Tli" DAILY NEWS ....".. ] 1I 1
S,., and U. F. Man.li.
I Our local writers ore ever on the lookout for news items and door. .1 13:; twits .per wik. Coast

i are assisted by good correspondents from all nearby towns.
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mil The Northerner who spends his winters here, the occasional Low TI4. m tile Beacb.
:. winter resident, or those who are now making their Loccal Time

.I first visit to our City, could invest no money where U would JII -DATa -A. .. -P. .. -DATa -A. .. -p.-.-.. Corrected. 1 January 2,

i give them greater enjoyment for a year than $l.f 0 spent for Jan.. .f 6 01 II OT Jan., IV 6 //II. II II NOHTII not'\i .

i ( a subscription to the GAIZTTr-Ngws. In the course of a year "" 6 I i 1 161 7 IV 1fa nli4l\/ .. w grit>> 1W MIII' .' Yih 1113/'' No. U8' ................................ : fit. u ttte .

k y i it will tell the Northern reader what Daytona really is, and I "" r aid 1111 al Y 1M ..lit No. 7*................................... :
; ..... i if our section of the country would be better suited to him /I 7 114 1t. sh 1116 ".. If\16 Ion I 10'' 111 1011 O
V 'If 116" .1111I 6611 HOI Til HOI \l> ondal
; than his present location. 10 10 fir
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e .. 't As to health, we firmly believe that Daytona in as heathy (II I :: 1a 14.1f If II .11II 61 via 711* :": :VI: g'II: 10413r ". 11II W No. 2 ................................... : : a b '

I I' a location as any spot in the United States, and is briefly w ie Iii. .49 Feb. I 01( 11 tt
t quoted as "Daytona is lost) Paradise regained." To J w I Ii 611 101110811 pN V II.ell... It lie 16. --
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briefly our advantages over other sections of the country Room lor rent and rooms is
? L in Health, Investments, Pleasures, and a place one can call Ullollboura 'O..o'.tle'low tide44441441444144414414it :, get quick returns by bring .

I' '+ .-- Home would consume too much apace. And as a suggestion, < .4r the columns of the DAILY : :

for your personal enjoyment and business relations in the I

1 l t South, that you subscribe.now for the GAZETTE-NEWS. We $..rrr.....................................
would be pleased to count you as a "D )i'lona advocate") and .
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,. 'l. .' Yacht. Club BuiUlm OramllnK Bakery Ralf|.ny Railway.
I CtarkU SraUotMry. Stora Dally New Offke
(}', t .Zj. GCO' r. CROUCH. Iditorand| Proprietor 1.
: II you know of BO arrival, a departure a ash torjr, or.any
hundreds! of 8.t1.Item that belt to. make a.bed.y, .. paper;.write 'It Ir.glaa b.maryd awl f1I 31.Wj1Ltel.d
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This space is for sale. ..i. OUR WAY I Burdine's Pharmacy

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$8 FOR SEASON.ofaity \ :: body-it's fair. We believe : Has a full line i-f Toilet soaps, Roger & Gallet, -

:. I' we have the bestWOMEN'S : L. '1'. fiver anti 4711' Haro'iu'ss Perfume i, and

i & SHOES t all of the linpQjte.il t and pniestic\ Goods.

1W'r_ . Don't forget to examine our line of cigars

and tobaccos-the very best. ..
and the lowest price for good aboee In this

Local City and we are not backward about telliiiK Tur) Soda ]Fountain is! supplied with all Fruit
Jralflltioscopfl. you:oo. But we invite you'to be the" Judge-to
Flavors] and Ice Cream is made from Pure
: compare our shoes and prlcei with those of our .
I : otljer bonnes and convince youraelf. II you're Cream.

: j interested come and look atthepbndld values f .
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.jJ'lItll.U'I .c, in Daytona and Vicinity. ,I'e offer at*->. ,J.50 and ;3.

: :i No. 126 Beach St., Clark Bdg.

i THE' Peck Foster Proprietor ::
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Weather for Tomorrow Send this l issue of the DAILY NRWI to I i Clothing Shoes and Gents' Furnishings. :j L

FAIR AND COLDER- your Northern friends, as It contains 'a .+*+**+*.++.......*...... .+++.*+++++..+..++++++++!. H"f
general write-up of D3.vtonlpe"'lllalltomoblle \.

of Louisville ,' ********"* "* ******* ** -- '__'JAAA- .- *>***- *--rAn J. C. Pettepher Auto Garage Register
M. Rapp Ky., arrived news In the DAII f

yesterday and registered nt New today. ', Old 'Faworiie: .

The Austin. -
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B. F. Dillon Supt. of Western RECEPTION BY PALMETTO CLUBLargely ................................................... : OWNKIIS NAMK. NAME 11' ;MACIIINK, '
: J. II. Moon*..........:.=;:: Auto Cnr. .:...::::::.:::.::. : ; Ilau'tfurJ. Cumin
Union Telegraph Co, was in the .. O. Smith...................... Humidor' ........................... ;N<>\\ London, Conn
city today. THE RAIL %ft'. ..:.$ ....................... 11..10.. ... .............................. t PittsburgJ
Attended Members and : II. Ilathnway. .............. Stanleystcam( ). i> HoMton MIIMH.
)I. Rapp, of Louisville: and W. B by 11. C. ll<*reniaii..:................ Union........... ................... St. IrfiniM. Mi>.
Hanna, of New York are nt The Male Friends for Whose PleasureIt By Geerge HUB Clark : C. II. y..m'gln .............. .... Steixiin-r. I IA'Lalnd' Kin.

Gables.r Was Designed. ___ h. __ H ... -
7 GEORGE HI-NT CLARK, poet, was born In Northampton K..... la . . . . .
Ian and died In Hartford Conn, In Itwl H. fr. .
was a qu nt contributor
\ Putnam and wife Boston; D The reception tendered the gentlemen to Putnam', the Knlekwbnckfr and other .,sgasln... and soma of his .

E.:Tracy, Chatham, X. Y., are reg- friends of the members of the : H.numerous and Iron aentlmvntal manufacturer verses urn .1111 remembered by older reader *
was an by trade.
istered at The Bennett. Palmetto Club at the residence oMr. t Daytona Hotel Supply Co

Parkinson an iitended nnd Mrs. G. 1J.Seamen,on Suit! .
Capt. pen MET him In the cars, When suddenly a Jar
the drill and inspection at the Armory Iliclgewood last night proved the social rn Where resignedly be .at; And a thrice-repeated bump. I Dealers:: in 4

last night. The bays made 11 event of the season so far Ilia hair wes full of dust Made the people In alarm

:Mr. Seaman's new residence, stir And no walt bin cravat; From their easy cushion jump. PROVISIONS. rRESH J
good appearance. He furthermore embellished For
I was they deemed the sounds to be
roimdea by commodious and beautifully
In description of the Big Tree I By a ticket |a his bat. The inevitable Trump.
our kept grounds proved an ideal :
issue stated thAt
in Monday's we I place for holding a reception of this The conductor touched. his arm A pUnterlnc( crash below, J
tree was five feet in l' rclIlI1fel'ence.I And awoke him from a nap; A doom-foreboding twlub

It should have read 35; foot.fr. kind. The large communicating When he gave the feuding flies A* the tender gave a lurch 30 Beach St. Daytona Fla. .
.. rooms were tastefully decorate An admonitory alap And I mangled mass of me* : ,

> and Mrs.( A. IV Oliver, of Ashley under the supervision of Dr. .Lang And bin ticket to tins man Lay writhing la a ditch! .

: O., and Mr. and :\II'A. James worth Miss[ Jessie Chamberlain In the ycllov-lcttered ":%p. Beyond the flying switch . . . . s

Beard, of Columbus Ohio, arrived in and Clias II. Raynor. The parlorwas So, launching Into talk. With palpitating heart --

the city last night.S decorated with the club colors We rattled on our way, My friend ....yed to rUe;
With Itualona to the iropa! There were brulae on bla limbs A COMEDY ;-Nat I-}=ou, mill" I,*'' Interrupted the
II. (Barber, of Cnrrnailn beach, yellow and green while the sitting That along the meadows lay- And stars before his eye. artlat. "I liumlcil' the brush merely;

iti the-city yesterday and room colors were of red and green, Whereupou his eyes were lit And bla face warn of tbe hue, you gave mo limo liiHplrutlon. Bee II
was pur- the holly and other being With a apec-tilarlve ray. Of the dolphin when It .1_ (.Copyright, I'J04. by W W. lino.] now In tho 1lclllte-that way you lift I
lh'ISlit1 i i n Regal engine front McCoy evergreens You could not say that MIM| Angola your bend mill look nt things afar off
1I1"1.\II1t-I use in his i hotel. tastefully arranged. The.(lining hail The heads of many men I was very well content heir IndulmNl In finis, I fur tlio word from thin world. Homo day I must I.

presented tho most pleasing effect of Were bobbing an la sleep III escaping with lay life; docs not express Just tli' rUht; Idea. paint> you its Ht. Cecilia." i
W/.II.'Peteni; hits received news of all, festoons of vines were hung! tram And many babies lifted Hut nay mutilated friend kites Mulr bad n cull>>ttion lit turquolHCS "And mil t runlly-Ju t the picture?" I t
the wife arrival at Palm Beach, ol Their voice up to weep; Commenced a legal strife. v of great value I said' iirtaliily" breathed the woman, so softly that
the yacht Cocoon, which was' in port the chandelier to the walls in every Wb4)e) the uotl duet darkly fell Being thereunto Incited abe devotml. much tlnn. u l'money, to the inn n dill not licit her aa she arose II
direction und numerous lights partially On bonnets in a heap. By bli lawyer and his wit. the pursuit and puuliusc of oil imliitIngs and stiniil In trout of the canvaa.Thu .
here recently. The party aboard l concealed proved effective. -prefertihly In the dink itljlt utVelo..lu. thought struck her with a quick \
report a pleasant trip. All the while the swaying can And he write me the result .... Now If :Miss Mulr hud terror jet uniny a woman would have I
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Seaman, Mrs.C. Kept ruiuMlric o'er the rail. In his quiet way at follows: been like other rattier >'oull; und,, very envied her tho pale, pure face wblcb
Fog RENT<-No. 225 S. Hid 1e-( If.'Raynor, Mrs. M.\ DeCantillon And the frequent whlellllilellt That bla case came up before wealthy women you \\,<.:lid have, looked out of the canvas. Then re- a J
Shrieks of anguish to the gale. A bench of lentil icbolora. OHHtirniico cnmo-aurely only love could
wood a four chamber cottage, all Williams Mrs. K R. Jefferson assis! .. promptly und emphatically iluliticd the
And the cimlcre down Who awarded him hla claim which produced
pattered have guided the brush .
modern improvements, completely 11'll'hy Mes! 'lames E. C. Atwood E. On the grimy floor like hail. Of flfteen hundred dollars. turquoises then there and was the something(ilctnreH "fuda about: :MHHMulr Hut! ouch result .'.,

furnished.<< J. .d. Brown, 123 S.Ridgewood. W. Green, W. II. Lungworthy, Eseh, mHa.o......s.+Hw..aa awrHl.a4 s....t...w.....a+..r......al which secmwl to Hcpiirate" her ..Graham walked to and the window back gas tebef. "
I out n, moment came .
w3t Merrill. R. S. Muley., Jerome Mnky., from tbe world. J
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Perhaps It was her great beauty
.}Ii.. Bessio Orissard assistant Misses Morris, Chamberlain, Allen Frank Rii kctts was up before' Miss Mabel Stephens, of Toledo, which reminded yon of Homo mitrble "You wcfo tbo inspiration Miss) Muir, '

principal the Titusvillo graded Thorp find Potter Harris were the amid reception Mrs. Squire' Cox this morning' on the I 0., and Asa Buttrill, of Macon, On fact saint,that or perhaps the n-ipoiiHllilllili.'H It wax duo uf to tier the of not the famous picture but that will will give make me a me n.m.oC-well. I

school who has been visiting Dr. committee. Mra. charge of wife doHortion. lie was were married at the' Episcopal : wealth had liven thrown on her veryearly my own. For that I owe you a debt ,

and: Mrs. Carroll returned home Fred Con rail had charge of the placed, antler !bond ,to pro\iilo for II church, this afternoon, by Dr. Ar- and she had I taken them very of tho deepen gratitude. There to no !
In which I -tbe picture
Hindi bowl. erloualy. way can repay you
yesterday. [ her support. nold. The marriage was a quiet
ID I will not make a
Now If Miss Muir bud not been MlasMulr Itself yours. 'I
To. Mr. and Mrs.. I lesion-. re due I
Charles Walters, of New York one, intimate friends and relatives but merely Miss Brown or oven copy, for I could not put Into the copy
the thanks of the club for the excel- Through J.V.. Wilkinson, Jno. alone being present. The bride Mlra Jones and had still possessed nil what I feel to be In the original." .
hull built
has bought the yacht by lent music, furnished out of compli- E. Price, of Columbus, O., has and left for Macon on the' Mlas Mulr's millions and: all :Miss "Your gift la n princely one, and I .
Mr. Boetrom and McCoy Bros. will the members. groom Malr's beauty and goodness, you would accept It in the spirit yon offer It
ment to
install' engine for him: :Mr. bought the Wiglatman property on afternoon train. have unhesitatingly called Bernard But"- '
an skill Among the 200 odd guests entertained Orange avenue, and \vill shortly occupy Graham a "fad" of ber.!. As ccndltlons "Tliero must be no condition, HIM ,
Walters {has.a 20 foot sea on : many handsome toilets were the same Mr.( Price owns To Our Friends. and Putrona. were, Graham OHCHIM.HI this stlgmatlsm Mulr. I have my artistic\ reward In the
the here from his' home. and referred to knowledge of work to which I have .j jI
was never more
way l in fact the : We desire extend! sincere
to lIe seen, gowns were cottage at Ponce Park and has occupied to our I I beat My material reward
slightingly than as "the pnlnter chap given my ;
Dr. Orissard and sister of Winchester more elaborate than ever seen hero I that for several scasona.fThe th.tnks to the many frioni's" and ]'atroim that Miss Mulr picked up sumvwbvro." I will come In tho orders which this j

Tenn., left for their home before at a inception. of the D.iytona Novelty Works The "where" of Graham's picking up I I will bring mo. And then I owe you a
of I "Schantz: residence" is forrent in effuita Da one knew! nor Is It of tbe slightest I debt of gratitude for the pleasant noun ,
yesterday. They were guests A dainty and elaborate lunch who have stood by us our
completely furnished New Importance to thin story. Of our Hitting
their 'Iriends, Dr. and M..'.. Curroll. consisting of cream, cakes punch to establish an open shop. We are Graham was painting Mtas Mulr's "Most of all I owe you a debt oi

Dr. Orissatd was much pleased with I salted nuts, etc., was greatly enjoyedby furniture, ]latest hot water system of sincerely grateful for the kind word. picture and this was a work of time gratitude' for placing something .... la) p
limiting, modern I'onvenicnee. Miss Mnlr had no desire to cut abort my power. Let me show yon." i ?
Day(MM and is desirous' of locating the guests, and all left regretting extended to us, as well as the manifestations ,
Address J. B. Parkinson. tbe alttlngn and the artist was ever Uncovering a smaller canvas, be ,;
here., ,ho apparent shortness of the of approval, as evidenced discovering something Incomplete or brought It to the light and said almplyi I
in evening. .. I jan !9Judge by our ,increasing business. sadly wanting amendment that could I I "Unit I 1M the girl I am going to marry.
) 'va-
boxes ,
Our item placed .
are Alexander and only be made wltb tbo more than fair 'ThlH picture l will make It possible.. "
rious parts of the city for the reception r- Hughes Respectfully<<: model directly before him. But the I Tile picture. was that of a young girl. .
of items of news which our Misses Louise Foote and Elizabeth wife of Minneapolis, left yesterday 1-CLELLU A EDWAKOH.MtCo'f picture grew, and the artist knew thatit with toughing eyes, undeniably a pretty 1

therein Silvernnil left for school], yes- for Havana. They will return 'inn; was good-tbl* being the greatest girl In the way of her youth. r.' "
readers fit to drop .
may see few days for the winter season and 'Bros.succesefnlly! 'launched reward that any true artist ever did or Yet tbe pale, pure face of the portrait (
and not for mailing letters. Recently erdny. the": "Tobaaco"' ? today. She is expected ever will receive to pay for the pnlnsef bculilo It looked off and out on far
The Bennett for tlite' wlnttr.\ ,
stop at his work. And Miss Mulr knew than the laughing ol ::1
things eye
A letter was dropped in the one Theodore M. Broxton N. Y., and hlwlicr
The judge j is i a veteran of (Jle Civil to prove hot stuff as her' name that It WHS good mid knew that presently I I the girl. The one looked to the clouds
at the depot by a boy from 0110 of 1'1"8.1.' : J. Howard, Jacksonville implies. Her owner' /Chas. Walter, there would be another great In a serene calm. The other lookeJ .f

)arbusiness houses and no were are guests( of the Palmetto.At war. ./ Artier Smith) commander, and Wm.C. artist placed among tbe ranks of those level Into those of the man who painted .' 4
important painters who see and depict Imth. And this man who bad .
and 4
send down
compelled' to open up the Cleveland are registered, Geo. S. D.iUon/ Mrs.. .\tki181Jn'andiijS : Skinner had pictures of them- something more than mere !Isle and pitlntc them both looked back Into UM ..
the box for him. Jacob Reese and wife and Miss Atkinson of New York, leave selves during the operation.: 1'I.e color.' eyes of tho girl with a love for which ,'
boat leaves for Palm Beach Friday Bo the picture and the artist .
grew the other would have given all
Mrs. C. II. Raynor wns slightly Julia Rindlaub of Darby, Pa. today for a few lays sojourn in Sanford and will cruise nutil the races here watched alternately bin subject, and the clouds and all the world. .

injured!yesterday in a collision hickerred after which they will returpfor when'she will return the canvas whereon colon were super nut It wits a comedy. Witness UK
Mrs.ynor Bicycle Accident. Mr. Dalton +- imposed. But the litter watched only of the girl.ANDRUW .
on Magnolia season to Daytona. : laughing eyes young
has rented'
Mrs. M. J.- Davis her the artist and turned from that only CLEMENTS.
was riding; a wheel and gave While Geo. E. Daggett, a visitor and<< party went bathing at Palm i home in Kingston to Mrs Duller, of to commune: with her own thoughts 1

lenty of room for passers. The from Harrisburg, was riding leisurely !teach a few days ago but prefer this Illinois. 'Mrs. Davis leaves Tlinrs-, her own thoughts being mont of the If a man to aa wine at forty a* bethought 1.
terrific speed ; to visit friends in Barlow. artist and next herself and lust of / be waa at twenty be baa cep _
egro rid r. earns at along next to the grass near the location for a, permanent residence. ... all, of the picture.At talnly made good.

;riking and knOC'ldngIrs.. Raynor Kmtofllce, Monday, his front wheel ..,......- last the picture wanted. no more

rout her wheel. The negro has not was knocked into smithereens by an .. . '. .' .' '." . for Its completion. Then Graham, One's neighbors are ever so much
the artist and Miss Mulr tbo milUonalreaa more apt to see the wagon of the *.. :
yet been apprehended. accident which could hardly have .
sat down and ate toasted ond band store man at your back door t'
The Van Dom was a scene of been averted. -' manna and drank tea and tbe artist than the carriage of one's rich relative ,
.; Toilet Mrs and Perfumes gated at the front. ',
only with the
theioD' white picture now at "
drib and pleasure last evening, The pair of pretty ponies aod.then a glance at the woman and -

being a progressive Whist owned by liveryman Johnson, became ., the woman cased only at the artist The reason that some people eaa't

.11 tjrC 'There! were fivetables, and frightened at an auto and *: Galfet's t'* 'v ut's"" t .? with now' and then a glance at the think U because they don't" know bow. ',.."
won Mrs. M. the above Roger & J Hu Colgate's picture
prizes' by shied suddenly causing divorcee
e firft were -
Do IOU not suspect a tragedy If Motto of the : "If at Snit yeej
'. Moor, of Somerville, Mass and damage. Mr.Johnson "made good,", *: Ilicksc ker's Pinaud's Pivey's. so, yon' must be disappointed for It ,, don't auccced, try try again."

Ira. tieo. E; Brown, of Portland, as was to be expected, and Mr..,Dag:; *" WM only a comedy, Just such a comedy I .,
Always on hand at the shrewd doctor who knew '
as occurs every day that the two It'lt a
*Hie>booby were captured gett escaped uninjured.J. were enacting."I I when to cease calling and present iris. '

y. lira; Peter; Miller;of Fort Plain, can hardly understand that it le bill.
Y., and Mn. C'A. Kirby, of Re- B. Chase, of Carnv JK HU Atwood .Pharmacy nlshed," Mid the artist, with thereat aehieW
I contentment that follows on come Xo.mutter l how proud of hla
ire Beach*Mass.;; ,.; rented the R. R. Postal Urglbg|f.a 47 FhoueOO, "MAX WEfL HANKINH Proprietor postal work. menU a self.made man may be he >

'Tlae:'- .*DAILY rMrvf Nawa ;dellversl*' 4-. to# .your*r Fairview avenue !ffor the"Mason ;. _... - it. / -* 4. ""Itor1said the woman ,with' a ways wants to give bla son the seed a""'
through the R. L.: Smith agency; '. . .. . penthaiTSi contentment offer. own. ")C01l minute directions.
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a., 15 cents per. .kr .' ....l& flna. ttitng_* .

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.tI # e ATTRACTIONS East Coat of Florid _........,. I. .11'11. Overlooking the Halifax River Dayton. Florida. ::
f By R. T. BUTLER: A Japanese prison la thus/ described: .

IRK "Imagine a park or garden In the Japanese The hotel commands a most aitravtiye view in every directiouand *
: Read by the author' before the Wayne style with dwarf trees, aurroand- nn finer location can be found in the vicinity. It is only one mile ?

County Ttacben: institute Montlcello d by a hedge Instead. of a wall. IB i from the ocean and ia convenient to the depot postoffice churches and *

ts{ The of Florida. K" this park on seas a group of Japaaess public schools. More sunny rooms than any other hotel in town. Bath
Queen City
I ; I I. bouaes like fhass occupied by the, with plumbing and all modern
and conveniences -
i rooms lavatories suunar/
,s Have the Ballf&i P..*ant*. The prlaooer* are all at work,
you seen river Hates ?.50 day and
.. ability.' i Cuisino unexcelled. $: per J
CMr physical
0// From the F. E. O. By. Booklet. That beautiful rUt of the W&tflr.Ma, Boo sis trashing and rlodlng rlcs. ; [ ial rates by the week. The only Tennis Court in the city is locatedp onthe *:

Where t wan.and Ireah mingle Outers are weaving, *ciotli of A'' hotel grounds.
? J10 Mile from Jtirksonvllh. which are properly n part of the. town And prattle and dance with glee? dark red color! of wklch ....prison d. ::

'H fI Fore one! .$H.3n and population.' Have you stood by Ice wooded margin. terms are madTk M and liulna'. HENRY SCHMIDT, Proprietor. $
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Round OtA! Daytona Beach When the breezes have ceased to blow, are separating leave of. paper. All of L. ,
f1 Iflt fM f1'w ..tf''N fM NNftt MMMMMHM
'I Yf 74 Mile! from St. AiiKiistlni*, lies. one mile east of the town. It lot And gazed on mirrored surfaceAt them receivs a percentage of their tarnIngs. :
'4 : Far One wny.*:?.::O approached' by three goal bridges the nhadowD cant below? The younger prisoners are la ----- ----
Round ). 4.10 school. The discipline 1* military Inf : **********.***.************iH>***************....#...
over the river and well graded nve- II. ::
e In flit t.1 ''>n the .botLD 1U aplrtt refonnatory." There !
DAYTONA 1111 111'| ,
miner, mid lx I the prlncl >ul Hiiinnier'reflwt -
\ | There are outline/ of statehy'palmdto. are few evasion, notwithstanding tb i THE BENNETT.
went tmnk of tin llnllfiix UlM-r fit Itsfalrvut of IIII... It baRlII..r. i
Miiutli St. .A UKII! Of gnarled. and mom-draped oak, MM with which they could be effected. '
e "'11"11"| mill inMwny lntwwn ... tonrlHt during tin Hummer than With sombre broad spreading branch, 0... reaaoa tor thus Is the esViency of Open for the Season of 1904-05. Beautifully
ilK outlet ::
Its nt Hulow liny oral '
> aatrce nil other pinme Month of that city romliliu.il I Where the tree frog chatter*and croaka. the Japanese police which I. said to be
r.. '. 4 It .Miifijiiilu liili'l., II I I. l III lutilllilc, I. and It also bet'oiuliiK' a favorite Sweet perfumed magnolias arc pictured the best la the worU. The prisoner Located on kidgewood Avenue. ::

+ :2' Hi'Vi-nly, four, mill' fiinii. St. ..10I' winter '.-."rt. I'lm bench 1 M wide, With vines. and fluttarlpg wlogi, are divided Into three\ grades and are Since last season this popular huuse hug been enlarged to double its ::
;; tliit iiml .Hifrom, the I .\t.l' I are .
"ii' Inn( and IInllllIb. by many coimlilircillliu differently (ed, according as they .
IIrk11u'tll.,1g,41. toli And clump of spicy .wevt-bay trees amenable to Hadpllaa former capacity. looms single 1 or en-suite with or without el
loath Mason iiml I U fluent;/ In th.. world mid. tin Hurt Ute and refractory: (
Where the mucking bird nestle and well behaved. Private Baths. Hot and cold water in the new furs ::
I without n ilMil for Leanly IIIIIIMIKtlltf hiithliilf U. nnf mid excellent Hiiuimer or exceptionally: part

VllllIK' ..f the, SuuI h. Its. "Hililiili I. and. winter ''....1,1", who have' tried tng"*. 111. The only other punishment Is solitary( naceheat and all modern conveniences. ::
conflaement ta a sort of dungeon aotexceeding ..
limnmuik ,
Ml.nl 1111.11"" "
Northern and WeKtrrn
liiiiil tlitil' nil* crowucll' I liyUK MIIIIIIIICT reH' rtdeclare Have you flslied, on the Halifax river, Ove days. No prisoner maybe Menu the Best the MarKet Afford. i
( that Iherc lire Hone so ]1"'I.t.till .
I discharged, however abort his term
\\lll, ofIutiJext When the breezes were balmy and low,
tll"'ilh limit loynl "
.1 II Kl'i. coin for sac. ioluna' bench. ef sentence, unless Ids family or friends Owner and prBrto* 5
le full-it' I''...'... iiml IIIIH' '>III 1' And the dancing wavelets were laughingO'er Albert Bennett
Automobile Race Meet. sssums responsibility for him. The re- DAYTONA FLORIDA. i
t lh....e nets. I Is tinlimn "t ,tuilii.i with the "beauties concealed' below?! salt bas been the organisation of'a
l... livinilitiil" ,, IHMIIKHM, maul, will, crniliil 1 The Klorlifn, least CiHixt, AuloniolilluAKHwIatlon Timers the wily trout lurk. In the shadow large number of prisoners' Bid sod- *w***.**+****.*******************.sa.si.*.*A.*>....#

vIls. Illl'l fllHPN.' Till- |-H-lllt I Illiil I- conducts' mi nnniuil racumeet And eagerly dart at the fly t4s.. _._-- .- -

nil, iilmiK ,tinwlili, iixi-iiu' .4 Hull on the beach, which him now n Sheepsleadflounder. whltl/ig and ban .rr1rrrs*.......**.....**.*...*.....*...........*

I lnKiKi-it: tin lnuii 'mi' lonll.v" live unit universal repiitntltin" HI the greatest Are timid and stealthy and FEVER HEAT. S. ..

I vul*,i- au l.+ ii n.l) lilcl., in. ..II-H, ninny of aiitomohlle race course In time world.Thu '
iiytoiia-Oriiniiiil, Bench 1* hardUH IV. ...... a.ase. Ie_ ...1.. Sere ... i Parkinson House. :
them ilniii'i| | II ltli jri'm-i'l'iil" fi* tnons nf |
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d C ell.r a.
The mullet leap In the
: the. limy, !'I"III..h, | | ,HUM,, *. Unit i\iTiiri'li imicniliin mid mi Ideal" stretch sunlight, :
I! ;be street inn.1).11111...., IIII.IIIII''III' ( tliitii' of thirty or inure mllcH nlthout a In silvery shining array In health the temperature of the

I lire Iutcrspcnurl' | lull tnlinl| iiiilini-ttox, break makes It *tin 1 natural I nidngKroiind Porpoises frolic and roll and romp I and Wood\ rashes Is conitant.appear and on even the when aklu spots there :. "Fine location corner of ItUgewooj and Magnolia Avenues. C

I yliu-My-lt-iiviil I iiiiiKiiiiliiii' rriiurinit lnij'H for Amerlen., Or take fright and scurry away; II no departure from the normal temperature : Electric LlKlitu/ Sanitary Plumbing, Bathe and all modernronveiiltnfeii. oJ

and .rlllI"'I'r"' holly, null ninny At low tide. the 'beach In. bared for But the wavelets continue their laughterAnd unless there Is a cause for : Table the best tile market afford Large, :

other Mirli'lli'M.lilli. .* In ninny jilncw 3s./:, feet ami neither. carriage wheel, tauntingly seem to ay, fever, such a* blood poisoning, tbs Invaaloa : nicety furnished, ,, room, well Ifgkted and heated. Southern
: flit wllil Ki'iiJ'i'i; tin* ti'iiniH't" | vim mina blcyclu or ..ilentrinii can hunk. a "We give dvaclpleiof Walton of some microbe or serious disturbance :

i the |'|'|luL.rls| clliiili and cling IIIIIOUKthe 1 hardly vNllilu.. Imprint, on the mnnoth Only pe ps at our grand dieplay" of the nervous system. In : exposure. For rates. apply to :

lirnni'lieH' tlll'IUIIII.111,1, ,. liowcmoi and well, 'luickeil mind.. It In. no uncommon 1. fever, when the temperature. of tb .
blood Is raised, vegetables are never : MRS. JOHN B. PARKINSON :
>4 ailillnti' ; &;1.11..11I"1 'liciinly.The sight.. to MII- MIIII.rllt".1 bleycle4 ,
Have you' Hailed on tIle Halifax river, would not cool the blood,
I given, as they
Npiedlngvllh. the \ of the
low lies luirallel with tiniialifiix M'lm'ity !
When lobe white-winged yacht were but might-help to beat It. Owner and Proprietor. :
l IthiT ,u,d, i-xti'iul. for ,in-nrly, wind lie fore .n .tilt breezu nlonK the.. a ar1l
afloat, gome fruits have cooling properties,
i mlleH the. nliul'1', 'I'bisrlrer \ Hinmith, lieiich, thus alTonlliiK the most
twu nliiiii With the wind currents eagerly' chasing as they contain citric acid and this :.. *.Lrrrr.*.*.****.****.***..*..*.**......*)....
:. I lit, tlie ,ili-lltlit <.if tin miKler mill, exlilliiriitliiu spurt known to 11I'"'. Besides To make cucli one the fouler boat? form citrates In the blood and In-

the jui'htMiuiiii nnil fi>"i'iiM out' of tin- thene, miles of hard ..1",1I." p111m-]' now the leap over the creams the perspiration. In aertoo
town's) Kri-iiti-xt, nttl'iullmiM.Till frliiKinl' bonlevardu bring, the IOMTH of A. the broad spray bowsprit fevers, however. It Is much safer to ra.1..........+..+..+++.t++++..++.+.+.+++.+++.N++ItY
t the nhii'l. 1 nml. 'hli'lcK spreading canvas flltoout, measured of eJ 'alH to
iiiulii iiu-mii'H' Hint run juiQ- Into direct give quantities
wind and the In
nil)') with or, Iutel' ':+..r't tin river un touch wltli Iho inuliiland' over the water contest, produce this effect than to trust to the .. Hotel
.' r all\ lOt feet wick, exi'i-j>t Ranch. Hll'i'i't I broad' bridge. \\hlih.. HIHIII tin-. MjilemlldHalifax Each: strive the other to rout.' uncertain action of fralt .
4 VI.1.I Fruit and fresh vegetables are anUsorbutlcsthat '
: which IM uhrnit sixty' tlve t"'I." hilt linn 'ther. I r-

j r. II half'mile; of njien, Ijemillfnl mttur Tin* liiinh frani' the. Mainly bluffs to Now the Nea'bkd.le11ds.enchantment, poeed to acurvy.Is The to say cans they of this are dls-ap- Desplands I

abutting liiuu| Its 11"11' nlile, where tin lowest point at elibtlde, inellHllrcH A* he wwiltly wing" his way ease Is not clearly understood, but It Is i 1MB PAVORITB"SOW

j .. the tult wavws. el.h. and llv and along; about GOD fist mid tin. uveniKi depth And tlmMtork, nit theliorvlikeaiwatliil' certainly duo to an absence of these i

f and ucriiHH. vlileli, eonii'H. the clsding|| | of the surf nieiiMtircM, mahout two feet. Stanil eagerly watching for. prey; wholesome! constituents from tbs diet. OPEN

; invlgoratliiK; and lienllh" ijfvliiK .breezes'' A continuous. geiill swell rolls In And the, hout speed on more .wlftl,. The flushing-of the skin with spots i

h i\ from off liar wlile Alliiutli', willed from the ni 'iiii from' one to two feet lu With hurrah. and laughter and wing. and nabas,. popularly called "heating

I temper unit rvmlur' the 1111 II tux flimntu I depth sander. normal condition, milkIng For hearts are, light anal the day t*bright} .f Ole blood" to relieved and effete

ilL one of the must |perfect' In the world. the beneh. mi nltractKe and nlwoIntely And the wind are Heady and strung,. matter Is eliminated by their use hence UNDER

f Daytonu Inu Uimiy iiillex of well vrndcd safe ]..lncifor surf bathing.. VII. the popular phrase that they cool the Leon DesplandOwner I

\ i ;. murlml and Hliellitl roads und Here the In fit nt nn well n" tin greyImlnil blood. i and Proprietor.
veteran of You dream, and the dreams seem real
j 1' street, rendering. ,! It the many summmmuiu.'r can SOAP BUBBLE8. '
Whe.lman'. Paradise Nil rely enjoy the.. luxury' of 11 Men bntlithnrtigliout And all the world seems to nil DAYTONA FLA.

!' and added to these. but n mile nwajr tin larger part of tin year, With justice. and love and mercy, .1....... ..wpa A..c.g 1.__ 1
l'....; ore thirty mllen of HiiiiMitli. hard heaoli, while the Ntrong and expert Hwlmuier And "IVaca on earth, good will;" ..... raw ,.... JPI-. : .++i.++++++tt+tt.tt.t...+++t+tt...+t..t...t..ii+..ttM

that afford. nn nnrlvnlliKl, morn for can venliire. out further to, text bin And. tin vision give a promise" Sir Isaac Newton studied tbe colored -- ---

/, 'I : Joni.dl.lonl'' cycling nut.) driving or strength anal. skill In halt Hint with the Of the Jutll"" '* brighter tore, tings In soap bubbles. which appear .... ... MM... ....
whit at first and
r' f' automobile rlll' IlIt. No town of eijnnl hl..xhIlIlKIHI..r., .. of Hieocean. IIIllChly When the war and strife and avarice ) then as the bubble
to blown out, brilliant Iridescent colon
size, North South niiiiilier. I Shall Iw" on earth no more
.1 or m>
appear tones around the summit till r.
many wbceliuen, anti cycling U n fnvorlt The Pcmlnial VIII. It becomes) black and bursts. THE COLONNADES.

: I' pastime' with the toiirlatt MIIIU lying between liver mid iM'ean In. ones Have you loved uu the Halifax river, These alms Newton succeeded In

t' met and winter half Italic whale, maul |I. being rapidly With the bright,silver moon ln>nesky, meaaurlng by thus color producing Sea breeze.A

Tko Biaatiral Cattac Improved and there me many then cots With tbe light and shadow car sing, them by a piano convex lens on plat .

that bare been erwted during the |past tages and several IoI'H..1| hut"'is. miJiera Although loving came from on high? glau. At the point of contact was a

JI yur. and are hi'lng built are renderIng hoiMe, two ix'eilll pterH' Ivcllchpavilion The whippoor-will'esong\ _softened, black spot with sons six or seven ring HOUSE OF EXCELLENCE.
Daytona nn fninoiiii for Its flue and n large enllll,.,. AH It float*from hammock bore of light and dark colors alternately. iriii .
on A. B.
The thicknesses of the dark rings he KIMBALL. E. H. FAUNCE.
liouiea a* for its bountiful river trees A Remarkable Feature And the rippling waters '
s whisper found !
and mid proportional to tile numbers 0,
tlu-y are milling
I. at Daytona hn. been the. yearly Improvement That loving shall be evermore.IX. d, e. and of tile bright ring proportional
yearly to Its attractions
lu tin style mid) value of to 1, 8. 0. The thickness of a sky ..: wwnwWRWwwwl
the leant of these
attraction to the building that/ are being erectedfor The, wind bins film was found to be two-tdl- .
J. these *,the wave and the moonbeam
securing homes lu the Honth
I homes.. Men of capltnl of the All ttootba of an Inch; of orange red, eight;
and ranking necoiul only to henltli- North und Went hence "become awakened Join III the night-bird' song. of violet, slevea; of green, fifteen; of

'1 .t fuluen and perfection of rlliimte, I la to ltd advantngi"& for winter resldeiicnt And the world I flllird with music. purple, twenty-one, and of :yellow' ... The Cleveland
1 ,. tile fact that lu iuinliitlon| IN chiefly Mellow and sweet and strong; twenty-ssvsB-mllUsoth of SB inch sss
f J vouipoved of cultivated and Intelllgont and valiuible lots are iMIngpnrclmxfd The ocean Join In the chorus &-. Backer and Betnotd mars recently Io.nolla.venue., one-lialf block from Poatofflce and River Front.
unit costly houses, beautiful With. deep. and confirmed this by 'measuring Nsw and Neatly Furnished, Rooms Single
r People, aecimtoiniil to the rellnemeiittof Inipremtv roar. or Ensults, Bath Oss and Steam
In .
l I tome and social life Added to design and IhilMli, are being; erect.cal And you wish to live forever black soap films, which they Had average Hsat. Special attention (given to the TsMs Fa....

I tb feature ,, mid beautiful homes the alMMlux On the 'beautiful Halifax three or fear mUMonths *f aa toeh.
an goal; 'hllr"' good shore. Phone :l'J :2R.
:. of wealth, and culture are multiplying.Heabreexe This, then Is a measure of.tile depth SPENCER B. O EEN. Prop.
y public and prlvnto HL-IIIMIIH, (tore, _
(City Semi mitt ful) and of water sad the particle of soap which
botcla, laundry mint innrketH All about .
novelty the automobile race. The together make
0"11111! | | un eettlenienlH. on the Venn up the soap babble film.
Work, au opera house, elect-i DAILY News will
llglitufor have
Nr complete neo..dohllCh
f of the peniiiHiihi across the Ha IN SEASIDE INNAND
i street and boiiHo Illumination, a i fax River from Dnytoiin. race 1A cent*per week delivered. A Pretty *mm* ... Qlri."Too .
f good telephone i HjHteiu, le* factory, didn't think of tb* work w* FURNISHED
t:; 1.111'1"lIlt.... Works, and. hot and cold. At the foot of Ocean iloulevard, have to do when yon christened tt." COTTAGES.

:q. baibt, etc., everything else can be 9.tnbro' % 1141'r reiichi-d lion feet A 'leek.1 the ....... said the Ebbew Val magtatrat clerk Everything Modern, Homelike and Comfortable
acrom the beach Into this xwelllng Many of tos local wearily: on Saturday when an applicant Hotel'
procured that I In to make cortostty Naps directly on the Atlantic
surf of the .... for a Surf bathing' and sea l hlog-uo.urpBlllll'd.
t. lit* comfortable An Important teat .IU! This pier In a planted In the beck streets gnat esrttflcats exsmptlos) vsc RATES p2.d0 PER DAY
a- p ure in the healthfulness of this town I favorite resort of thorn who delight County aD4bJ' town:ar e sbaMf taattoa stated that his child's natas SPECIAL BY THE WEEK.H. .
IF' U theM Iin the Snort of JUdilng. The surf kept op by tare I ondasi 'ftraasi .*.. was OasreirasUtbwjrBSth.Tbs 11 F. STEWART Prop. Ooodall, Fla.

hero abounds. lu trout pompano, ycl- from a plOlallpJl study 4ICJII are ... AppUcant-Can't you spell It}
Water Snpply lowtall cavnllc, whiting, drum tare, have 41acoverd th tlpaop* who Tb Clcrk-1 may get at It U :yon give
,J v' 1 Which U derlveil from nuniermu aheeiMhend, and ninny other varieties are shy of buying .... tasBtt-ars c* ell toe Urn. Is it a boy: o* a (Ml ILLINOIS HOUSEPort
silver IB Seed street or Ptu 1Qr'... Tb .Applicant-A.
a flowing wells, of \\bloli there are prob. of cdlhlelih..
During the fall .
t, .. season ready and ado lrtrcke.ssr fprsetart/ -What Is tbs meaning of the name?. Orange Florida
.. ably 300 la the llmltn.. ,
corporate Thinflow the faiuoii* ..t.Ln""" affords, M
royalaport toe will tell
same objects at when 1
a fatter kicks you have mon
secured by burlntf wells to time I and It has been no> uncoinmon price when tttsy MOM wa tksni. lathe 1W.M. Located on Ridgewood: A ve. Terms 16 and $7 week
J depth of from 80 to 120 feet, paanlng occurrence to land a thousand poundsof back streets of a cooatry.towtt.BogHab .- A Welsh minister la court explained

r through several strata of rock and this gnmey fish In nn afternoon CXxutry 0..1-u. that the literal moaning of the Bans D. W. WINN Prop.
A' 'q l J thla depth asunreH purity from all Individuals" of them ranging from was "snow loTor."-..*..... Kan. ,

"i It I ;._. _,.urfHce contamination. The water I U fifteen ... -..rear
?'-1! ; slightly Impregnated. with mngnexla Not only to thirty-live 11..... the pounds ocean In offer weight.'thin Comedua-is nor maxis far base I .. .... ...... .......****.*...*............**...*.AAA AAAAJAA......

'i I and tick. What Aid ta* doctor sop, Pa**
Iron and hold
. sulphur In the
splendid sport but the Halifax River, rrtettd-What did a* say: to when. The
brette-Bald bs Beaded :you
a cksj '* Palmetto
i. r:; shape of gas, which soon passes away only half a mUtt back of the ocean. I... -".. OosBCdisa-HlB! TX) .j.Ss' k* proposed to you? Miss Box-He House.Well .

. The P.p.latloa .f >>.J't.' equally famous for Its line .(lulling, must hst, .MSB. t N ow.-Fkya.1o 1 said time without BM meant notWag.

r, \ __ proper la about 1800. Added toK' and the varieties that abound In tho delpbla >Bsootd. 7rY d-E. w. ....* b that TbaCs Known and Popular.
this IS l a suburban! population on main ocean are present In the river last wbat bto tossisslansi'- amount to.f. .

,,Ff. bore and peninsula of nbout 1,000 at i Hunting; and .Ashing goal Ex. .. ---o----I

:&". .1.. Kingston Illakp, Old Bcabrecco orOoodall I I>frloncedrUldea\ and dog may be had r1SSSHrL: ..., 5, Overlooking the beautiful Halifax River
: f.,
... R..ab..ze and Silver Beach at reasonable price. :' Daytona. ,
------ A homelike and comfrotable

Edw. ,G. Harris house. First-class in all
r I' 1- respects.
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