The Daytona daily news

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The Daytona daily news
Place of Publication:
Daytona Fla
Geo. F. Crouch
Creation Date:
January 12, 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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Qreat Bear Hunt Oreen Dragon. +++++++++++ ++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ WHO Will[ BETHE CANDIDATES ? Past Driving' on the South Bridge. ';1

i Tho folltming circular, issued! by .
Two gentlemen who have lately "Have you; seen Barney?" "Did An Old Favorite = the Halifax 1 liver Bridge it Railway t ,
come hero with their families with ye see de Green Dragon?" ".\ill'tshl. Much Interest Taken In The Coming
I (',)., bus. been hamtotl to all auto ,.
tho intention of establishing perma- .' a punch!" "Won't he give dent ++. .. .. .. City Election; Mayor and four iliUciw in the city. t."III t.

nent home0 Oeo. _E.: Sebring, jays' lie haw haw] when de race comes Councilmen to be Ulecteil.U a ii'iuli'oin' manner \\ovmh to
President of tIll Oliver China. Co., off!" Such wore the remarks! to bo
Ui intimated!'at tho\ comingclcilioii riitilimi vi'ii ii i a aiiiHt I'sl'l'Klli\.o Hpeedin I'iI
the largest pottery concern in this heard I ;yesterday) when tho famous GOD'S MESSAGE TO MENBy
Cliii-t. Smith will nut be l a iiii-oing tin "Sniitli llritigo'andin i
nhich is located at yen- racer was unloaded.A .
country caiidiliilu for I ho oll'u-c of Maynr. If[ rouinliiig i I the rime i 1the roaduiy !- t
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bring, 0., and Asa Paine, a millionaire ]largo crowd, numbering a hundred By Ralph Waldo EmonoDICfD
lliiM-iiMiTiioiul. of the bridge.
this is so it lu'liuovcH hu voters to :il 'j'I .
lumberman: of linucupolls. or more, were on hand, all eager mil's ofyreetl .
lunir Is the rate
decide lit an early; dale tipon u man hive \per
These gentlemen are great friends to see this record holder and to said! : I inn\ tirvd of king;
trio will and do his duty.The allowed\ \eliiili"
I xnnYr them, no more accept
much time together her still famous :
and spend hunting see or speak to moro
made exceed this rate not only injures ft .
> to my our the morning brings present incumlicnt' has an To
or wintering at Uocklcdge driver. So other racer has attractedso The outrage of the poor. excellent and cllicicut' ull'ircr! and it tin bridge, but is i dangerousto : .
where both own Hue cottages. He- large a crowd or been viewed .
I :Think ye I 1m ro aunt this bull! is to bu regretted that lie desirous! life.
cently they sold their launches there with equal enthusiasm. Barney is A tk'lil of hu\'",' mill war, of l'ct l'ing.' Tho bridgo( has only three lines of ,
and are now offering their homesfor the idol of the small boy; who if AVliciv tyrants\ great nail tyrants small u J
:aught hairy the weak amid poor? Tho terms of nllico, of Coiincilmcn piles,or pouts. and neither the piling I
the intention of ulti- noticed is for life and
sale with happy swearsby
I Schmidt, Poitorand 1 Ian ris have. expired. nor the draw tern built to Bland tho r 'i;.
mately building here. the famous chaffeur. + My iinKi1lil\ iwiim" IK FiwOomriitxmo :
+ him to ln >.iiir" King.He 1 !. "-III. Alxviiod 1 dun. tondorc'ilhis vibration i canned l 1.y heavy autos I
During the past! fall\ Messrs.( Paine Barney Old field and wife arrived xlmll cut p.itlnvn.iH Gnat mid west rl..i. nution. Thiti'l'1I four when xpeeding. t 'l

and Sebring went on a grand hunt Tuesday night and went to the Dos- Anil fend. you with Ills \VIIIIC. councilincn lobe fleeted who should For the Nike\ of tIll little children ; {

in the mountain wilds of Montana plant! Hotel. Yesterday, as stated I will never have ii nolili; hu rcprcHunUlivo! : 1 IMISUICKS men, going lo and! fro; for the proper respect .j

there performing u feat rarely if in The DAILY NEWS: his Peerless No; llniMKi'" ( roimlt'il, .civnt, IIUMIvho own property, and have the! tine tho timid; for tho welfare .1 ,i!
1'lHhern mill <-lioi| |>iT mill plowmen ;
ever equalled) by hunters over II'UCtically touring car arrived. Early yesterday Slllllt, rilllKtltUtl' II Stilte.Anil best iiitcreHls' .>f. our city 1 lit heart.It of all ('um''l'I1l'IHI ask your observance

the same ground covered by Mr. Old field went down and personally has taro wisely Hiiggi'Mli-d/ ;; that nf this ice." t, ,;
shall micwir man, :.t
President Roosevelt who uiv' unsuc superintended the unloading 'Tin ye iwUU'iii'NS" to ..i.ivt.; I a caucus\ of the citi/.enn' he called! for -_.- !I. 'i I

cessful. of this machine and. then dl'Qup 111.111| tln'iiivln. ,> niiniot help again; the purpose of nominating candidates! Tho porch\ ut Tho Oaks is receiv I
Mr. Puino caught sight of three town. Itcwiiri' frnin right! to swerve. I to fill thcHC vacaiicii'H. This( plain!, ..; u coat of paint.A u'in '

grizzljcsabout 750; feet away and On the arrival of the express he, ....+-+- ++++++++a+++i.+i++r+-++-++++-+.-............ .....+++ serins to bo heartily. ndvocatcd by n Norfolk X-: \Voslcrn private car rrt"

without I thinking any danger, firedand accompanied by his wife, who is a DISENCHANTEDOrlKlnul largo number of citizens and iw the went dean on L"J'! yoalorday.Kd. : fr-

wounded tile mother. The charming and pretty woman mC'tthe aal -- lane arrived
three bears immediately charged, twin! donned his overalls and "I have considered ;your proposition of opinion' can ho obtained bd- I : K. Haw Icy
and employer! cloning work with vim. The [ ] to write me up," Mid the IIODurou."oleo i voices look t the Thomas racer out on limn
the guides upand went to a racer I fell, In love with the nnnio of Cyril lure iho ejection positively
of St. Cyr, "and accept It provided 1[. A. Robinson is ,
i-circle pumpinglead and wliiili the nrtor' us noun its' I yesterday.
forming a born was knocked down crated Pt. Cyr grit you permit me to do the writing the people's choice,

as rapidly as' possible. When required the united efforts! of three hennl Marsh,It.took Soon mo after to urn, m)lilin' llnnci'play.St. .lieorgu myaclf. IIpl'IIls what I have written: A ('l\nculIl11ight result in placingsovernl : his ilHH'lhtilllt. '

the buttle ended the mother bear men of two hours hard work to set r>'r limit.. the part of a 'l\ll riiKlncef / actor" Cyril, owes St.his Cyr success, tho. greatest to his natural living candidates, in the field. which' I1'. :N. COII\'U111111l1! K. L. lloml returned .' f .1\\

and one cub wore loud, the combatants up. The machine was then lowed. ui>iiulio_o iiiiiiiiip<>iiic'nt rented n adaptation for his work. There U nothIng would, prove somewhat 'xl' Iittg cluing vi'Htcnl.iy\ from, D"LnJIII'hel'o ""

all being within a circle of not to the beach antI made u few runs. great presslon, enterprise of Ills. .fare, The. his llioimhtful nut( to brow ex-, artificial about him. In private Info away with the apparent' "('ut and thoy went TueHil.iy\ in an automobile .

over 11)0) feet; ono bear oscnpod. bU. 11111".11'1h"fI.J.) were nil will llttiil ho In the character of the modest' dried". ticket which has often been When about halt\[ way between Day- J

Oil the same hunt a black bear to tho part. lie wns not only' ""IIII'" In brainy I heard engineer no more he of pcmouutes'this, which- wan placed' before I the )pcnplt! at previous' ; ties and Do Land on their way over :]jm 1

and six goats were also, killed. Asa Paine and family, of Minneapolis name, but In realliy. '1''h"l"\ r>lny already sufficient to destroy luy dream elections. one of their tires burst and they 14 I(
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Many( sportsmen arc delighted ut arrived today and will occupy hung I BlKlilll upon' 1 Wlll-ll I left till ""'IIIt'r. of that adored sublime one. modesty I fancied 1 Ueorgo had seen wns In I Tho rnncuiiHiis of opinion scents. wore obliged I to tch-pliono! for a new vj"

having secured even ono head of Mr. Smith's residence! Kidgewon.l, Cyril St. ('yr nut Ocorxi; MnrMli-tlieru watching my me and took out my handkerchief to bo in favor i>f fleeting the wuuo' ono and remain' in DeLand) until it '.

this noble game. President Roosevelt avenue for the season. He has n was us iiiuili, illflVreiivo In tlie",good men, C..I"us to conceal I a blaze In my I incumbents! if they cnn 1)III'ovailml reached them by express .1
In the names jeortfi was 11 about :
in letter to one of these gentle, Winton Quad, one of the prettiest low, bud been tirinluiiti'il, wllh lionorn' cheeks"stuffy" muttering atmosphere something Presently H man. a on to serve. They have done. their Mho t lTnited Statcs:; ".land office,. ra"t''.

men said it was only the true sportsman machines ever seen here, stored with at college. i unit, was it uviitli'tnnn, lint he I como out, folding up a paper, and bnr duty and have expended the city's ports that for the quarter .,.;:'l.I.'{

who dared go after the Rocky McCoy BroH. "Old 1 Grizzly" ns his! was. not Cyril two wi'i-hs St. Cjr.Wltljlu I.tutu MiM-n" St. Tyr I rued away. Another canto to the door money as judiciously as any utliiTcoiiiifilinen IeeenuberiI,191)I) : ) thero were 445 jYr j

Mountain[ goat and that even ho was I many friends an.lalrnirel.1t. cl'lll.illl, play three, times Wlillo
than will a social acquisition. prottlly, iliHiirntwl my dreim." homestead entries 17,310-
fortunate to si-euro more ono prove minutes before I begin to I 1IIliuIII I I i
drt-HHlnK ell III) St. 1'jr'nMIS In my Thin wasn't Bt Cyr. It couldn't. bo .
head' I Senator Edward: Stratton, Jr., editor hancllKTclili'f opus,, where, IID oyo but Bt Cyr Bt Cyr wan a god. Thla man Chas :\t1. (McDonald, the boat ,1't) acres; 101( I ('x,:etls ciiHh entries, ,

of the Bay Side Review, Brooklyn mine over saw It and from which\ 1 wits es ordinary a creature as 1 ever builder, nays. that ho cnn dodgn< all I 11i7.( JR ncroH; J>1 rnniinutcd homesteads '

with his charming wife have took It ninny Union during' tin licit any to ,and saw. The noble brow was a bald bullet every I time, if hu hears it com 7"I10.12:: ; !: mares; 18 M. II. ; -
to -azo
Itobt. Oeggio, Eureka; Mo.[( Mrs arrived in Daytrna, for ll1'mth'lIl'mll every on It night rnplnroiiNly.befnru IIIIIIt Wick IIn"r'I'k( dome of a ;football the massive; the ear.bead stuck was the out Shape\like ing. At least ho did it yesterday, Iwntions''i"'l7.53( : '( :;: acres; 11

Paul H. Barnes, ii. W. Barnes, Philadelphia and recreation. They are Ft ''PI| ing Cyril St. Or grew morn n|>li>n
are guests at the Grand at Schmidt's Villa, from there ho after week (Jcoruo/ Marsh: more cuiumonplace. hi* legs were thin. II* was Murphy. with a rillo when ono of[ the :!):! micros; tbieo Indian Hchool selections iI'
It plain to mo that 1 had "
was H
I will never call him St. Cyr again
Atlantic. will take his favorite exercise on. made a uilxtiikc. I WIIH of nil nrtlntlcteinpuriiiiifnt pat out a big red band to me, then bullets passed] within a few feet of llii.7 J :?;; : acre; ono agricultural '1'

M. II. Morgan:: [ Asheville; O. II. horseback, which he had] acquired' nml G.orgo'IIS n biml- banded me a sent and said to George; !Mr.\ McDonald and struck the water; college; scrip location' 159.51mieres : "
wilds. of flees mim. With me tho world was art, "You won't mind If I make up my r
Pierce, Portland!; J. A. Enslow, Jr., on his cattle ranch in the not business. :. with jvnrgo It wns. buulnens l- bead and face, will your He dodged! .
Florida, are at The Austin! Texas. not art and ,,'h''Iho clalimil George assured him that we would -- -- -

.. ..__________ ___ .d .. that the two were. Incompatible, I coinedevery mentlonvd not and, sitting; on a stool before A . .. .H
-- -- -- -' St. Cyr; and the money mirror, be put on a whole head, hair r
nlKht and all, slipped springs over Ms ears, .
........................................... ......... Ono evening my dream received a then covered' his pug nose with a Roman f
shock. At dinner Hcvcrnl people were This done, he took up paintbrushes
actor. and to blend the artificial -
discussing the great begin
"Everything about him" ald a lady, with the natural. As ha worked/ : Mason & Wall Company : 1h''
"la nrtlHtlc, even to hla nnnu. h. talked.
"Ills name?" unit ono of the meD "Fine line of business we're doing.
"St. Cyr !Isn't hiti nalllo. He's Thomas Mr. Ifarsb. The secret of my success MJ
Brnnnwin Murphy." U knowing how to do It. Most young
I gave n gasp and< looked! for someone people who go on the stag waste a lot : Have the Largest Stock of tr
to refute the Htntenivnt us a base of time blundering about art. It Isn't '
FITA allegation, but no one seemed to think art; It'* business The only art In It I III 1
there was anything Improbable or unusual to fool the public, especially the silly
In It. When I' locked at my young. There's the letters I got today"

cheap shoe is like a o trensftru my !handkerchief\ that night cnae I put dl It nr.polnt..l.back Into pointing this, "from stuffed young head ladles Don't who open admire : Crockery Glass, Enameled J Jd

politician it can be e There were the same noble expression, any more. But I like to get 'em. I..
lofty brow anti massive head but never. knew a great run without 'em."
easily bent in any di- w somehow. they did not lit Thomas Ilrnngan When he came to a pause I told I
rection.Vhynotwear Murphy. I George I couldn't stand the air In there and d Tinware I
Ono evening George ciiinii In hurriedly and asked him to take me out At the 'J
Queen Quality and spare I and asked mo to get ready at once stage! door I told him I didn't want to : :
the feet? to go to the theater, lie had made the stay for the play. W* got Into the car-
acquaintance of St. Cyr, and we were elate. and George told the coachman I f
to go behind, the gomcu. I flew upstairs to drive home. As soon as we were IN THE CITY. hr
lJoot.1 .13. and down again, my heart throb seated I saw that George was langb 'i!

bing like a kettledrum.We UK.
jf hew facialt S3. SO. were at the theater half an hour "Don't- fancy sweetheart," ha said, : Y
or more before tho piny begun and that I bsyen't noticed your Infatua ,
went'directly to the stage door. We tion. It has cost m* cigars and liquor Prices Can't Be Ceato.
neudlng In for week. spent on Murphy; to secure
were admitted on Oeorge'n .
J.. A Hendricks a card and anted to coma to Mr. Bt. the> privilege of taking you- to see him ;, {.'>,
Opposite Postofllce. Cyr' drcHsliiK room. At tho door we a* be Is." f
were given chairs while same one was I am now Mrs. U..nB and perfectly .
tnglile with the actor. The door was satisfied with my bunbind. ,. .
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Monday of each month at 7:30' p. in.
+ .iHr.ncholKla CfMiaty BuikiClijiital I In< nt ri:,o) o'clock. J. C. Pettepher Auto Garage
.. : (J,..* Amy *l Ia.. puMk-Jo. UOf."" Iinr. BVKOI t. MAUVII. Register
)' I tr.rk,1. >,' rI'I) + post holds camp lire first and third Friday St. Mary' Cplacopal CHurcK-

1 IVrvnal I.iaLilityTransacts.. . .. ... .. . . . ]1w( 1; ww"1, of pact hlonlh. nerSicesMundayatil'en! In.: Holy I"II) '
4 + hi: >. \\-.1".lay.. and .'rloJny.ln Lent : -- -- .
'it + a General Banking Business. :: Thursday In Lent j''''' p. in. 11111)I Coo "\\S.I: : '"" V:\ME.NAMEOF: MACIII\F.: '- -

> liif.I I.CIId\-i; \IMK I ; IN At.!. I'MIT.S OK THE': (OfSTR\ + union nnt SlIndlO11I0.11 month nt II a" :.1.: i'\l"; ,. ;;.-::::::.::.-.:=. :::: \ut..l'lIr........................ .. IurtfnrJ( fawns
: :: a. m.t In Lent third Huntint at 7: a. inSunilaVihooInt I.. ,I1. oImitl: ......... ............ .: London, CvDII
+ CLCBS. I n. in. I : ...................... ..... ............. ..
t\\ I Knr .nf- kp. ,i/lni i/f I'ap| "r*. "U."oJ". AI .tractN.. r. and t'Ir* Insurance .'..Ikl.-.. + w. I "' '' .th. 1114 .. ... ......... I'itt.lml'"
H.IHu *lv.r 'Vackt nEC.CAR.rOLI: i:"itur. If. .. ...... ..... ........
+ wpprosld-I.bw4nie.nt.| 'cllon a. .ln.t II' t'..nne.I.urktP.IMat." tynut' + Cliik-M"m at the flub 1.1. 1I.IIII1I\\'ny. :'tmnley (et 'an11. 1I".tfJlI.' Mat.s.'
1. / L, \nuli. They co.t l from L'' cants to |l.inp' >'r .....nth. :J House lorry Wifilntmdayevvnlnit.FtarkU First H. E. Church-"unlll -tb',ulat II.. f'. Ii.: ''''''flll. .. ... ...... l'uIOIl............ ................ .. :oIt. Lalli" Mo.
, &I. :'H: *>a. m., Prtncnlng 1 1't'. a. m : .KpuonlLealfut L .. .11. Y"I1I:1I! : ....... .. ...... :oIt.-am..r................. ........... )PeI.aud J Fla.
, :+++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++:: I'vvotlunnl m<...tlnili nl :. p. n,. .
i PrcBcIlIDI1... p. m : '1unla."' LU..r..r> nntlSocIa1Vfrcle -------- -
---- ---- ..... Tr..pi- 'Company 1:"H-conc] inuitlna. Mondii.v.....nlhl'roll.. : i ii.i i'i.i' i.itSis:i
: The Daily News 15c per week by Carrier., ion Infantry(;Bpl.every C'om lirlll" Tuesday J. on B. Parkin-Volumaavcnuo tto evening: 10 T.:*'''o'ol.Prayer..<:k.mecttn4Culn I'.EV. J./T.... F.LL.. .Io; ::1 Drink i LILY WATER:. : i

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I POSTOFFICE HOLKS.rjitolritfj .
The j' :'>|K-n< at 7,'J'i :a. m nn1cloK I i ((i'tlAnd/ Preserve Your Health. J

rmmfiDD1 .a. Fl.'.... East C..1 A.I_...... AI..1 ."_- i" at 7.0O: j r'. n,. M I"II".' nr>.J..r| a iudoe' J )+
. < in.*ti club; House on the Beach the nntFriday opens at ":!'"11 a. m. ant lo-'s nt Absolutely freed from all impurities i j

,; ";: night titter full moon. 0:/Oi' p. m ;i by the Schantz Filteration Process. |

{Cj TheGazetteNews faII 1 l'o.n.r..oty : .\\'. 'f It i is. recommended by the most eminent it i- t
open 'from "!"0 n. in. tn ".IMI( I
CITY OFFICIALS. p. m. Window op<.n from 1:111.' t'I.'HI t physicians to Lea pure, healthy i ii

p. m. except when mail U )Ix-tnir .1I-tri and hygienic watePlain and
k Mayor..........................Charlm L. Smith but"J / car-
City CI..rk..J. \\". Wilkinson HOI.III V\ ". it OUJiareU. COLD, at th. Electric, Light. Plant 25 c. J
i TrBonurvr" .........................Frank T. Peck Office open( 'from '.no to toIIO: a.m.miJ j
I* Anm-nsor" .....................c. M. lUngbaui, Jr being 1:0" to diHtribuTvl.M iJIJ:: < p. in.. except wli.'n. mail, I I" i .!. WICKING, Manufacturer,
m Collector.........................II. F. Douglass a .
Hli C 'In-h.
Marshal................................SI. II. Zub@r.Um.nJ.Jard Onv-lialf bour lfore the 'e lu'luli: il--. DAYTONA. FLORIDA.
Till: ( i.\ rTTE-: F.WS U a wwkljjenspapor pu1,1i..hc I ,: O. llarriii,president; parturoof' trains I i'i'i i's'ii.yi'i.g.i i i'Jti>t'M i :rJiTztMtSCI tt'i''H'iJti'i'J' .

I at UiytMi.t, rior'ula, Ly Get 1-'. CroutL In the interest of i m Henry :! Wm. Atwood, (wo.II. ---- are vain a -

Daytona: and l vicinity, ii Demcxratif in political )/atbe\\lI. A. JlcF. Porter J. A. Local: Time Table.Corrtct. .
k Ilonilricka and Jerome \t. Malvy. [.-1 l January 11. IJiOI.MMITII The climate of the East Coast of .FIOrf
and is advocate iif ,
flavor au prosperity, ,
peace Council meets second : Mm >n

m !(art-anti I ,devoted ntyxrnailt\ to bringing fur our citizens.before. our Its renders c'f.lumn"a. City Monday\ltorney..C.of each month at any H.7::SO SpencerCity fourth p. m. Xo.So.. 4 2-1 165.<<>:............::::::::::::::::::::::::..:::::':. 4 4 7.t::::_4'1.i"J" n p pill mXo. niXo. is other nearer place perfection on earth.than* that* of* nnr 4r.l1.IJ

brief and authentic account of the happenings Phy.lcl(.n..............Dr. H. H. S'eye) 7"................................. :1.i :!" pin'

t of this place and I of the adjoining communities. I School Trustee*-Ceo. H. Ludwig l C. )f.niDabam. So. !.'............Mil......Til......Hill......:MI.., 11'1 t p inXo.

1 Our I.cnl'titer*nre ever on the lookout for news items and l Sr., and B. F. )Ianoh. 2'....... ......................... .. ..1:411.: > j p' inXo.
are assisted Ijy gfll'orr..epondent'l) l from all nearby towns. I 3:.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :'t:;:-p 1- I p. mXo. m 4 d
+4+....* .....+4444444+++4.
1 liZ The Northerner who a p*'n ls his winters here the .orca- + Low i
Tide ON till Beach. Attention Tourists
biollal winter re"iilnt, or theism who are now making their
first \\-\l\ \ to our City, cnuM l invest no money where it j DATA A. .. .. .. DATE a.. ..!i>. >. and find all the Inter of fine. Cixarm' \ will -> t'. 'v,, (
\\oUI.I. t : ovwortiii-nt finest
i give them greater enjoyment tar a year than 1.'II ) i Jan.. II 01 II or Jan 19 I I' .is variety un-1 bent 1111\Iity| subscription to the GAZETTE-EWS. In the of I 11s: lib. M ,.... ltsal: ', I1'1 CIGARS AT THE CITY HOTEL.
i ia course a year a i* ..-> rl. I IUI: I Y. l t.4 1rn8
'1 it will tell the Northern reader what is and i N. 52559 111I n 1301\' t :rr ; 8ixt vn different. I5rnllll. of dtrii.tlj
Daytona .
really v
rG I .. e J.16 14U say .IM' I.. "I"It-cla's hno.l+. IUS
I if section of the ].) bo better ) 4 7 Silt I ." ..1 l ap) 411 W/; V'
our suited him .
i cO'lOtrymu to ".. 5 HISS Si 304a,, SUU OEO. H. MATTHEWS. Proprietor ,
;I' than his pre"ent l-x-ation. :. itt" :J' 4611 4 II ,7a-r..u.I I Y6 6 e bit w --- 'l OfI1l0na ;:'1
i II ( $51 30 J.AI ,
L As to ber.llb'e, firmly believe) that Daytona: is as heathy I Ia .. I'Is a 14: .tr. II .". II':roo' .v w'111.33a.bu: "to u. C. Nash & SonTin 11 1:
: + .. It 7.u T $3 II 10 49 I".v"
location 1n@aath
as the United States and is !
any spot briefly a .. In 8 Ut 4* Fib IIi Wll'tt II 41 and Sheet Iron Y'
f quoted' as! "Daj tuna is ]lost Paradise! regained." To telles-en.. :: 171 IIO It 30* 10 9 44 1) f 11 u Workers. ylt
g other (. $41130 4 lie 1 M*< Tanl for all I'urpnsee. ;; )
; briefly our advantages over sections of the country rt ..IH
Tin aDd (Galvanized Iron
in H IgS boarb.foraoralurlowtid. Roolinx; and \ lama
Hualth, Investments, Pleasures, and a place one can call : boat Puml'

Ii': IIuiiK, would consume too much space. And as a suggestion 444++. a* we ?uarant \ l'IIJlJ;

f. for your personal enjoyment and business relations in the( -- \ l/7f4rK 7

.; South, that you subscribe now for "the G f.'e ...................................................... -
.t' would] ] }lJC pleased to count you as a 1>o.yton3 advocate" andY ] -

a aClji/Fnr-N"r: Reader.] C. eat/ tkt fln u Onuf. Grorn, Ftauppl. Plaat.tloaq

rftV Our Item Boxes. Ces.aaat QTTTM sad Trttab1. Fanu ef the coiatry trnitarr to


1D II : rsaAs4 from larkMBTtll. eta U*
For the convenience of those who hare items of news for us, owe FLORIDA
/N\ako Office EAST COAST
our your Headquarters.GazetteNews : have BAH.WAT.Railway..
I placed "Item Boxes" at convenient pl.wes! :

II II :.. about the city. They are located as! follows: :ee

: Yacht' CtahMMIas Q........ Bakery Railway Station +:
1& : dark' SUtlowry Store
Dally News Office
II GEO. r. CROUCH Editor and Proprietor :
: If TOO know of an arrival s
a departure, a flab tory, or any of the :
tnoJr.d.of little Item that help to make a newsy write It rw eew t1I ....
paper out and n..uj
; : a. . r drop It la the Item Box nearest to yon. :. Ptij. 6..uurr.. H.rtty s.i ..a.. lalbra.atio Cart at.FlarWaae.laty.1..__ .

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0 SOME SNAPS i +:: The ++

+ Burdine's Pharmacy
w IX: LOTS AT ': i
f Boy's and Girls +

i f SHOES.: lias a full lino of Toilet Cal'HOg't: I >I' & Gullet, \\1 I!

.f L. '1'. I Pivor and 471 l' liaroncss IVH'imit-s and ,
ricer.rrrrrlsrrrrrrrrrrprr rrrrrrrrrs>'rrri'r.rrrrrrrrtrl: + 4i
:: Wt sell are built with solid! .lootln-r inn r :$ all. OE tho I-ni'Oiteil! and Donn'-tic: (Joods. ;;
+ soles uiiil counters, aid the outer stiles midI .
STEAMER UNCLE SAM 111"1'I| | are the best leather obtainable. t'fiy \', + Don't forget to oxamino: .11111' line (of t.ig-It 1'1'J: \

In now niuUiitf regular. tripiito the TOMOKA RIVER onTuenJn.jtJTliuiHJa>'Haiit, -- pair solid' throughout. That' why and tobaccos-tlio very best.:
Saturday, leasing (lille'H ihx'k at 9 a. m. andatoppiagat Middle and :North Hrldges they ran stand ouch a lot of abu t*. i
also otO"lIIonll, Oar Soda Fountain is supplied! with all Fruit !

PONCE PARK AND NEW SMYRNA on Mondays, WedniMdayi uu.l Friday : No other store can sell you such good; Flavors, and our Ice (CYoam is made. From Ptlre:1\ ;:
*, IMIXUI North Rriiltf $. : !) n.III., Gilles Dock i>. a in "
I SIIOKS) for so little =+ Cream.
+ $1.i.-:*. SI.51)) 1.75 and $2 -
McCOY BROS., Proprietors FLORIDA MOTOR CO. ++ .. >, a pair. \ t
+ -- -- +
+ + No. 126 Beach St. Clark
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} Peck: *: Foster. Proprietor' JJ .

This space is for sale. :+: lilt GLOBE DAYTONA FLA. +J: I'UONK NO. 4H.V 1 ro t''I''

| Clothing, Shoes and Gents' Furnishings.xh .* .i -I,
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+++++++++++++++t+++++++ ++++++++++..t....+++++.+}

S8 FOR SEASON.\ --- -- . . .- . -. i

') ;8t: Tempi-nilnre' for ;jesUul.iy.IIOSTON Hotel Co *

": hi. -1'. I ll.nvardill ( : .......................................:iJ! Daytona Supply
often u NEW,: OHK..................................:L'll !
dancing school for nduuiictl pupils. l B.\ln IMOttK 1 :...... .........................._'-'
I Valors. .
:Sl\ 1.1.1.'I/ 111PROVISIONS
This nt the Opera Mouse, lull, 'I'lluie.d.13] riui'Ai.o( (I.... .... .......................... .1 IUININNkr i
Space belongs to nftceautiu.lautiary I ll':!, at 1 uclck.l'areutscordi.dly : ( :\ :............................... '-'
.VMIIMI; .LI.:........................ ........:I-' I. mnsii[ t
invited spertahu'snot I n i.t.I'IIS.\' .............................. ......nil> ,
allowed. M.ll.'d;; I ..
Yacht. .Club- -Lleition.--: .- ((1 it'... .\. liII'K. the popular hotel : ,'\r;/\' 'POUI .. 1'I .2Y, .
keeperlin recently] ]had tli.irgiMf ?
The ilt-i'linn i of ollitti's cl tin ll.ilif.i In'\iiHtin. has gone to The I'IIIOH. *
-- -------- 30 Beach St. Daytona Fla.
\ l.'iui: rlll'.t!. ('lull last ni lilliioiijjht Mr. Mdi's \is a omit anti u.tlualilo .
'iii>IX xSXiXI I (i10 9Cs N'i@.. ; nut ,i goal alU'ii'l.uicc.\ ofir.onilion. '. to Tlio I'mesSco .
c.i The I ulliicistti'io \ iicfpiiHilion . . . . .
t follimniij :; their mitt d"\\II'r
t \4( Ii nuiiunnsly i .1"1'1.1! ( for tlio -------

| jCocat di'zlordoscopo. | >'(':11': Creek I'or and charter other Marion boats and for I fishing I'rlll'l' M.. *.._*** f* (iMfiMf.i11,1 C M1.*tilfC ( C.- ''f

,',4),J) .. ,Q I ClUllllKxlolO,( ,.1. II.-II.Alll'll.ViieComiiiocloir TliompHon.. parties ('rlliHill ?. Van A Johnson McCLELLAN & EDWARDS =
') CVmrnd's Dock. Hiitli
y i ScerolaryII. O.! liii ii timid I. --- ; LESSES.I .
;I Picture I tot ofDaity jCif in 'Daytona and Vicinity. 1'ii'Hiilciit), W. Wilkinson Beech Driving' *

TriMi-eu IJlujid::, White\ I 1)) .T. C.! If accidents> occur on the beach
t U.S.:; Male', (tL111., from carelessness' or from not obwcr- I Daytona N Novelty Works & Wood Yard i :

ru\.tigalillg. f'ollllliitle'I'; '.. T.Coural viagseusihlo precaution( it will not
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n THE WEATHER. "Serviceable i> horse for sale; perfectly Iled11111. flit-lent Window & Door Frames
\ mi warning.
gentle. Mills. 9.I itPresident ? =
Itiin tonight Cnl'\"I''\ and clear iincial: .. I ('oimnilt> )ltidu: 'nrlVhito, Ihixcrs of racer ask that the ,poo-

tuinorrou.! *' Race.: T I It! r.illins (1'. 1 II.( lll.xint.c pie bo cautioned to keep to the right made any size or style.

L'egaLtI'nunoillro': /: ( (!)\ lihinyoi'', and kccji.t; straight tonrm. Tlmt is" Colonial Columns Ponh: Columns Stair; '
-- --- A Presidents' prize for a rave be .1. 11!I. liiouii (1!Ii' '. .vo'ixicr i if aid .....
i" (. .in you son u rarer coining: ton ;you Work.. Brackets: etc. ,I
Tin"n nut. Friday, night and ]hear tween'If. \Whipple, president ..f.. (!l. II. or overtaking you keep straight = Mouldings in StocK.Ve I p
the A. A. A., and E. M. Stock president -
tho Citi/en's H.nvl. Free concert in Teasnrerh.1.: 1'. M('nll. ulieitd. The racer hue figured on
of the F. E. C. A. A. both of ---- -- ,
front Atnood's: Pharmacy, Mis.V.. 1'.11.11..II I <'II".r"'l'lotl'lI1Ifiend ] \ how to swerve hundreds of yards. \ can furnish you with Quartered Oak, piano y
whom will drive their racers on the | i-t the of 'h' "lid MrH. before yon Lent] him. Drive at all finished Mantles on short notice. Cull and see ti
|I. Kllsl|
Mr. Wilford Uussel, baritone, of bench during the races. Mr.Stink'scar limes well to the right and
J. Don) (I'. Mm'ris i on OLIII 111111('. stay sample. _
London England, and of Keith'stheatre is of greater power than the one I here; don't allow your vehicle towobble .
is stopping at the St. James.Mr. driven by Mr. Whipple but Mr. Of couiic you won t fail to HW ; don't try to dodge unless 70Dry Stove Wood On Hand. :.:

Ruaacl will give 81)me'e" liIatiJe: Steck is reported to have said that Moor lira! \big ad oil I Ito insidni>ftnd.nH you me a candidate for the ginvc- : Phone
song recitals" in Daytona. lie "l'nteda race out of :Mr. Whipple] i I'III'I'| '1'liis sale is an ini- yard.\ ; 0'r

I'losident Stock; has entry blanks even if ho has to take out all power ptilnnl HMO and l.tdiiHuill II|,> well| Keep the children and clogs ofT ;W-W 'W.w'W .w J1W'WW'W'( : ; .I
'o' -i-it fooic J Ilios'stoio:. itsMiC'ny I -- .
and muh his machine. \ during -- ------
f-ir the Palm Dcneli auto-boat races. the beach it is unsafe for them --
'I (roalinuin'e.i 1 ''I fiirnixli-.; "
Those desiring to enter can i there. It i la of as much importance For Rent moat DI
procure anthracite mid ml,I i h"I1", ., ?.,.ILI.1[ ?. VI.l'POlrr.: .
tCoal stove .
I M.inks from him at the club 1 rouse. -egg IJKIS. ]ll.l\'o nn ad.' elsewhere : that the bicycle learners keep in a ,,' r :
Itldgw! uilf>ii Oiiinui) avenue.> Kli-ttiii-: 1)l'Iltist.1Vi1111 .
chestnut at N. S. DII.ton'lIllIIlIU"I'yard. in tnd.ij'hi, paper. Look it tip safe! place. Tacking back and forth hg hits. 111'11 pliii'i, luiIII mill all run thrum .I"
As.t provident, of .the] Phone 49.! nllII'1II1'1I1),1', ) tlm "ln luSaiulivn' II over the beach as they did. yesterday] .Iniprovi-mi'iitK. !Every: till uir new. l'iliiriMiMoniililo. > '''n his iillici in the Opora
\Voreesler, Mass, automobile club "iii: <|iiini of It. .1. Mi,>ll>>, 11.15111htvL; Day Inn.i, on Jan. !f.!
her written that ho experts to attend T. T. Welch, route agent nf the you wiiiit plensnro rido. was a nuisance inmiiiK Hood l.iniilior, v... fdJ
Southern Express Co., is in the city,
tho ruses.The' I "" t
a guest at Schmidt's Villa
Epwoith League Society of \
Conn., is represented'
Southport, >
t iho M. E. Church will give a ten
at The Palmetto by Miss M.\ F.
cent: social at the parsonage this>* ev
Wakeman, Miss F. Wakeman and
ening. A short program has been
prepared: and light refreshments will Miss' Williams.C. Moore Bros. 5I

ho served. Everybody invited.] A. Fuel}, wife and children, D.
F. Fuller Miss I Stackman E. A.
Tilt \Vnld ran, on beautiful Ridge
Marsh II. Weiswell F. ]l. Heard,
wood, has ad. in .
i'la I first-class nn houso nnd paper.Tills under I C.Knoxville 3. Cienshaw.X.are at Schmidt's.; Wm.Villa.Gnl"'cl', I I I DAYTONA, FLORIDA, rlH. (( .. .J1.

tie!( niiuagoinunt of Anna I E. Rae, is
biH-nming very popular.Tho W. S. Smith and wife, Chicago; I 'j

Messrs. Miller are building a C. I. Sherwood Geo. Hollister, New i iA ir
Will hold JANUARY 14 to 16
tii'ik houso on their property onN" York; Mrs E. Otumpaugh, :bliss> 0- I : j d i
umpaugh and Mrs. I II. D. Xorrawny.
: 'u'ih lti.lgewood.< They will now
Rochester N. Y., are at The Midge? ] < i 11
bo nblo in ]have water throughout the U'' ,
liana>... wood. I Special Sale of :.'
The 80 h. Dariacq belongingto
In tiding Second '
through avenue
E. M. Stock, has arrived. W. II. :
I tln> lopoiter man saw two neat skiffs 'j I,
Myers, the driver, is also here .
under construction and of course !
Watch for the bright red car, she
stopped to see chat was going on. I will'do some running. The Defender Mfg. Go'sMUSLIN .:1,
Upon inquiry he was informed thatit I :
;vas tho ]headquarters of the F. E. Mrs. W. F Gambeau, a pleasant\ .

C.! Uuilding & Construction Co., lady from Charleston, i is admirably I ;'11

(Inc.), Smith and Ball owners and conducting "The St.James," formerly -I

.J. C. Kevins as manager. The gullible the Rosedale. on Palmetto avenue.
reporter absorbed it all, onlyto The cuisine will be found excellent UNDERWEAR

learn later that Messrs. Smith and service of the best.n advertisement

and Ball are practical j jokers of the of this house will be foundin

worst type. another column. ;*.

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Perfect Finish 'J

: Toilet t Waters and Perfumes :I Full Measurement :

Roger& Gallct's Mudnut's Colgatc's.1 l tt > :)

Rickscckcr's Pinaud's Pivcy's : Quality Good d .- ,'
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.. Always on hand at the .1 I II I Low Price ;, ee. w s :rasps J.

Atwood Pharmacy '' -- ;

Phone ) MAXWELL. HANKINS' Proprietor I \ .; ;

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R L. SMITH Chate R..lB...t.for 5.1.. .
3 doom eo".I1. $...... ipso u.. _-_- -_-- -
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: DAYTONA and its .* *+ ** .$. A feature ol l)..\.tsna which fewest SCHMIDT'S VILLA \ J

the visitor> have seen but know 1 I
.. ,' ATTRACTIONS Paragraphs ol Personal and So. something lr' the Rood .results, from, : Overlooking the Halifax River, Daytona Florida. j ':

.* ..$ & chat Event Among Our Neigh' i is the electric plant] and Lily Water : The hotel command a most attractive view in every direction and ::

r"r KKK bore Across: the Halifax. factory : no finer location can be found in tile vicinity It is only one mile ::
: 2 from the ocean and is convenient to the depot postofhce, churches and :*
Miss Myrtle Furman returned to Macon A commodiousand" artistic: building : public schools. More sunny rooms than. any other hotel in town. U.uh *

The Queen City of Florida. Oa, Sunday, after a pleasant' two U the home of this important' : rooms and ]lavatories with sanitary plumbing and all modern conven-:*

weeks visit with her parents here plant. On tlio ground floor i is a : iences. Cuisine unexcelled. Rates $2.5(1, ( per day and upwards. Spec-:

4 MiseGrace Keating returned Sundayto ]largo sun parlor I finished in selected {: fill rates by the week. The only Tennis Court in the qty is located on :;
:1' .... the F. E. C. By. Booklet.
the East Florida Seminary after pine, which is furnisher! with chairs the hotel grounds. :*

11U MilO frets .hlrkaotkVUle..' which are properly. n .part of the town spending the vacation with her parents. and tables, covered, with magazines S HENRY SCHMIDT Proprietor. ::

Fore one way. .... ... .. .. .13.30: mil population. )Jr. Roletgh Keating arrived .
"- Round trip .... .. ... . II.CO Dayton Beach Palntka. lie will remain Saturdayfrom overSun-. i Here the visitor may sit and )rend 1.444444 t"f.#+'p.*..*.**.*.**.*..**.*.********.**. K

r 74 Mile from St. Angustlm- lift ono mile <>a"t of the town. It lanpproacbed (tiaffing Lily water, carbonated or
;;, Fore one wny. .. .. ., .. .$"_..0 by three good bridges day.Mr. plain hot or told at no expense. **************************************************** *
Hound trl|>. . .. . . 4.10u' ( over the river mid well-graded avenues : Wai. Itonaldri bas returned IlnlI 'I Should the 'i..itCJ1' prefer he can ascend <<
the tins I College!, Winter Park to resume his THE BENNETT. ::
DAYTONA: Is sltimU'il upon floorliichfo :
ami Is the principal uminpr resort studies. to the, ficcond II
west bank of the 1I11J1r.lvlUn.r! lit Ittfalrwt eolith of St. Augustine. It has rotected
., expanse| nml iiililuny ,InlwwiiItfl 1 more tourists during the Hummer than Adolph Jaebde, tbe piano tuner ,IH In open on all sides, but is 1 J Open for the Season of 190405. Beautifully :
... nt Ituluw Hay ami It* outlet town again his frit-nun and by a roof. Avenue.Since
Boiin-p all other |pluses south of that city. ronilin among many 1 Located on Hidflewood :
lit. M ",iiillii I 1,1"1. II N I" liilitinltM city' ho IH ready for business again six in number
H bath
| !!H.! >\.*iity l.iiir mill's from' St. AHKiixtini -. winter reonrt.. ''I1i! bench IH wide.Hi Carl Abvrcrornble) of Birmingham., are. well worth an examination.Solid ..
tinAl former Rooms single or en-suite, with] or without <<
wile from capacity.
mud inn 'in nml, xinoolli, "by ninny coiiHldcriMlthe IK. hire, fur a week's visit to !his parc-ntx. marllo baths) hot and I cold !
Mini 1 N .I''IIo..I. l 'dg.'d' ti> in the fur- ::
III 111 If n..I1", fluent lit tin \\'"rhl.11111 tin surf It IIIIH "been over tliroj years since lie. was wainscoting Private Uaths. Hot and vuter new part
and the
be> wltlmiit' ii rival I for 'Ill-nut' )' niuitiiu linthlni U suite and excellent sniiiinrr "In,tno hint, and leis many frl'-ndn gave Mmn water tiled floors' : naceheat and all modern conveniences :
> hi.. llllllhl'M; ..I'! I the Slllllll It* Rile Uiij.uii mud winter Peoplevln. '> brave tried! warm welcome. of must 1eautiCuI1)1\I'k cypress.
\\luil' Is known us |Io'!IKI! limn- Northern mid \Vi-stiTii summer' r I"'" I. l.iml, 1 tint, win "'1..1 l I lij' Visa: Florence Horn who has, for the .
declare that tlicrian- noiiu sit perfectIn Am all for 25; cents.Two I Owner and Proprietor *
IllllllllWllll. a ImiHl. I rval. I lilllUIll Ul omfort sue Dnytoim bench.Automobile past six montlin, been \'I"ILlnarelatll'ell Albert Bennett, DAYTONA, FLORIDA. ::
\ 11111.1....'h' fiiiesl" Iri-i-i, awl, ninoiiK' Meet. and friend. In the North returned to her Warren' dynamos,. one of
lit-i!, Rees In. tinliiwii "f 111..111). "ll'ili Race liomu hero this. week, much Ijetu-lltti'd by ( the other 1300;: ****************************************************
]:!Ij light capacity,
\:. In'iiiillnl' 1'ill.itfri and w..lllellllh.1 The Florida" lust: Toast AutomobileARHoclntlou \ her trip.

silks. lad .11".1... TinI'lilt. I Uthit coiulurtri mi nniiiuil rncomeet :Mr.: and Mrs. Chos. II. Wilson of Bingliampton each has its own particular engine. .**************************************************..
I till iilniiic, llu whli" im-nni'i Mini on tin .beueh., w liii-h, hurt now a The latter is run by u 15U]; h. p. S e
N. Y. arrived tlifs week. and .
.. I I'ltt-iNi'it,,; I Ilir luwii mi"* lunlly. \'. millVIIIIT i iinl\i' >riiul n'piilallnii. IM tip,- greatest nill remain here, fur the winter. :Mr.: and Buckeye the former by one of 73 I h.

mules. nml hh/ 'kurlr/ ,, ninny i"f I antouioblli race course" lu tle'.vorld. Mn.'U..on. spent, a winter here sometime p..of the same make. Those dynamos i Parkinson House. :
,.. The. 1I'lolIll-Ormo"I Ilciuh Is bnrd 0
I 111.fin ilrnit'il, | wltli Kim-i'fiil" fist" iM of
back and mado many friends who supply sufficient electricity to a sa
the tjrii.v !<|SIIIIIHI' | | mum, Unit overarch net iniicnilmii mid' mi Mi'ul Ktrctdi. '
tbe! street mid \nilKx, nml mnonif lime of thirty. or more iiilleH without itbr. will be pleased to meet them once more ]light i up the town which now has a i'in.loeatiuncorner of KUlgHWouil, and'] Magnolia .\\eniies.iWtrir e es

are .lnt M'Hii-i. , till) tii" >|ilrnl/ ImllilettuH makes It tin iiiiturnl' raring :Mrs. John Williams Is. assisting in the 3.j IJO incandescent lights and .(10) are : Llghtu' : Snnitnry I'liiniliintr, Baths and all model :

; lt\oa\ y.Iciniil. iiint-'iioliin;, fragrant baysand ground for A merlin.At PoHtoftkout Seabreeze\ during the v inter ]lamps" for the streets. An increase: a eon\Hiii-iR.en. TnMu' the bent the. market affordK. Large, :
low tide HID bench 'In burwl for ..eaHIJIl.0 .
; l'UI'IIII"'I'I'I..1 I holly, and many
j of about 2;i cent. over former 0
, per a likely finnixhed' ) rooms, well) lighted anil heated. SoutherniNpiimire.
3UO feet niHthcr wheel'
and carriage
other vm-lfllcs, while In ninny places \\' Dave been such 0
the wild. Ki'Hjie. the trumpet| \iiie nail bicycle or .p..le....Irilill inn miiko a summer showers having which delightful have years is reported by the genial man + For rates, apply" to m e

the iiinpeloiNls|. tllmli nml cling I niiiong hardly \l ibl<> Imprint. oil the xinoolh laid. the dust ami) cleared. the atmonpherowonderfully. ager, "' "m. \\'if.kingI'IO: is' to be .
, the Innnilies f..i"mini/; plimly bnw..rn. mid well "packed Ku ut.. It Ix no uncommon congratulated upon ]his successful :. MRS. JOHN B. PARKINSON, 0
i : uiul inkling grace and lii'iiuly.' sight/ t,) 14'''' Hiill-rlfWt'd' bli-y- of this plant
The town lien |1"rllll1 l with the lee'' npee lliii; with. the. velocity of tile Tim "Trip Around the World," which operation: :. Owner and Proprietor. :

; Halifax hirer nml, oxIcmH,,; for ,ni-nrly' wind' before u still ..II..'.'?:" along/ till Is to be given on the peninsula by the 0 0
two miles nln K the' Hluirc... Tillsrlrvr ,molt ll bi'iicb tlniM alTuriliiiK tb"> mostexIillaratiiiK people interested iu the M. .:. Church, is. ...******.*.****.*.*....**...*******#****.*******.*.*

7. Is the ilHlHlit of tin miKlrr nmltli spurt I known to num. HeHideo bidding fair to ho a great success audit 5>. IF. Cove is reported as no I bet> _ __ ____ _.__ ________ ___ _________ _
.. ,).liltiinmi.. 'aunt forum" oils <.f thetown' tlifw, mlli'M. of hard'Hlielli'il.pMlmfihiKiMl is 1"11\1,1| that many of our Daytona ter. :+iii++++../4+++.t.t+++++++t+.++.t++++.+.+++.++t++++*
gii'iili-Ht nltritrtloiiM.Tbi hoiili-vnrds' bring/ the lovers ol fri..nd.11I enjoy thin evening with us. +
\- iniilu II"'IIIU'/l Hint", run loR---: the. wheil mid velililcn' Into direct: Tickets will be sold' at the .ltwoo,l1'hnr- D. Jay Collivor, city ticket agent :: .- Hotel +
iii I 1,1 1 vlih nr IntiTiu'tt. the river are touch with the mainlandcr the m......).. Those hoMing) / tickets nudwieh- of the Big! Four at Cleveland] I, 0., .."."'.,. 'I.:"' :
nil. lao I( fret wide, vxit'jit Ki-mli' street broad bridges which spun" tin'rplemllilIlullfux ing free transportation across the ilu-r -l' +
brought the largest to Floridain ] '.:; :
. nulru U about sJxty: .ll\o feet 1 but linn Ilher. to the pin' 'SOIUIKP, where, you start on party : '\ Despland
,, \ n huff nnlu of 0111'11.| I..n II II fill water The bench from the nmly LilulTn to the trip, iniiHt Iwatthe Atwood Pharmacy years.... The )party passed through 1t 'I. r./ ,:! +
.t nbnttlnif, '" upon' Its eastern.. Hiii| where the lowest point nt ebbtide" measures nt 7 o'clock Hluirp. Three. bucks here today''I' points south, though i "THE FAVORITE"' :

: tlio ,,"IL111'", ebb. ) mid Mow hulk, nluni about CM feet mid the. iMcrniiu. depthof will be In waiting to arry people ovtr. many stopped ]here. mWONS +
, ,e mod ,,," 1ilili TUIIICH the cuollnf the surf measures shout two feet.A Hock* will only make the one trip from ++
tin'lKi!: 'ntlii(( aid, l hmdlhgirhug! ln,'''**9u! 11 contlnuoiiH gentle swell rolls lu Daytona. Mrs J.
;.. l- from nf tIe, wiiliAlliinlli'. vbli from the ocean from unit to> two feet In arrived to join ]her husband at The UNDKll ++
i temper and render HIM liaIi hi.x climate depth. iinilep. normal condltlona uiuk- .
Bennett. Mr.( and
Mrs. Case are old +
!I. one of the inuHl pi'I.rl'L In tin world.Piiytoiin log tlm leach mi atlrai'tUo= and absolutely The i Leon Despland
D.'TIIS.GZE1TF.XFI\:-! has winter visitors to Daytuna. f
. ) 'has' tunny unties. of well-grad.!! safe .place for Burf-ljutlilntf They Owner and I'I'oprl..tor. 4
. r r ed!, mil,'ILMI unit Hli...' rondo. and. Here the Infant UK well na the grey- begun the publication of a daily edition sold their home on Volnsin avenueto +. +

i .. Dtrcvtx, rendfriiiii' It tile haired' veteran of many Hummers, inn which will bo continued Mr. Shell somo time ago. They .'C DAYTONA, FLA. :1'alttttttUtttt

4 Wheelman' Paredlse safely enjoy thu ]luxury of n wn bulb throughout the tourist season It is will now the Postcn +
occupy cottage, +itt+ittitttUtttttl+..ittttitttt+ttit++M
f and .edited to these.. Lust a mile away, throughout the larger, part of the year a newsy ]little sheet] and is welcome on Fairview avenue By next sea
pre thirty. uillva/ of mouth, bard beach while the strong and expert unlininvr
I.i that alTunln 1111 iinrhallpil conrau for cnn venture out further ti> test his addition to our exchange: tl\hle.- son they] ]hope to build and will U.... ...M: ...M:. U..".

'I- long distance cycling ami driving or strength anil, Mklll !In bnttliui! with the Tropical Sun. again own their emu hOIl1('.

automobile rn< Inc& N'u town of equal' iueihiinstlble 'power.* of tbo mlylilyocean. .. .- ------ r -- *

size North or South! uiuuber no ***********0*****************.*.***.*******..*...... : THE COLONNADES. :

many nbvi-lmeu.. ami cycling la a fay The Peninsula I .C ; ,
f. unite pastime with till tourist/ ninu- lying between' river mid ocean In' one .... Seabreeze :
I mer and i\lutvr.' half mile wide, mid U being rapidly :

; The Beantlfnl Cottage; Improved and then ore nuiiiy flue '.. that Lave livfti "I."tPIIllllrllljf tbe mst tOKC1I' nail several "K
\ yours ami are being built lire ri'iidor- perU hour, Iwo INCIIII piers' bench : = A. B. KIMBALL. E. II. FAUNCE.
f lug UII'lulII&I" fauiotM. for Its :fine{ pavilion aid u "lunge end no. It 1
a homes, in fur Its! .brnutlfnl river treen I A :

l i and municx to ltd ,IIUrlidJuliS.aid they are uddhugyearly I lit Diiytvnn. Remarkable. him been the Featare yearly h improvement Price $$13.00 'For the Season. :WHRAWWWH HU RWU: .

In the HI'lo mid value ol ;
. .1 Not the least of those ottriutloni to
the bnlldlngn tbnt are being erected
tlioee see wring IIOIIIVH hi the South
for Iwuue's.Ieti of capital' of the
.} unit runklug BiM-'oinl only to benltbfnlneB ... Cleveland
., North and West bitvo become awakened ...
and. 1'.rr..I..n> of cllumto, la
'1, tbe fact that 1U jioimlaUnu It chiefly to 'its advantages for winter residences Magnolia Avenue one-halt block from Postofflce and River Front.
composed of cultivated. aunt' Intt.lhlgentpeople nml valuable lots lire beingpurchased New and Neatly Furnished Rooms Single or Ensulte' Bath, Oas and Steam

\ acvnvtuuiiHl to the' refinements nod. costly houses, 'beautifulIn ".at. Special: attention given to the Table Fare.

of tome urn] social' lit... Added'' to'f' design. and llnJsh, me .being! erected ...... ....* .. .......... Phone! :24< 2R. SPENCER B. GREEN
and lien ill If ul hones. tlio abodes Prop.

these.'fratnrtvj nol' |>mo i hate good school lilll'rliHi, ..stores, gouolI'IILII. of wealth mid (culture City Itciuitlfiilj lire multiplying.Seabreeze and. I i. The St. :James: ;;;;: .1 -

wr liolvls, laundry moat nuirki-tn, no>vltyvorki I SEASIDE
Gooilall nn settleineiits the Ocean ; INN
i an opera IIOIIM., electric lights on MRS. W. F. JAMBEAU, Proprietress.
Ida of the pciilutmlu 'ruu the Hall-
i for street unit liouno Illumination a AND FURNISHED
l good' telephone| System lee factory, fax Itlver from Uaytoaa. Bonn Moderate Excellent cuisine und bust ol service. Meals furnishej I COTTAGES.
1," Idly Water Works, and hot mid cold At tbe foot of Ocean 1IllIle'nrd.Senbn..ozp. with or without rooms Everything Modern, Homelike and Comfortable

';to. baths etc, nod everytWiugleecan'' be a Her reaches UOO feet I No. 310 Palmetto .Avenue DAVTONA, FLA. Hotel directly on the Atlantic Coast Surf bathing and sea fishing unsurna.-'!I.

f\ life procured comfortable.Hint Is nwetuiory to make art across of tbe tbo bench ocean.'lntn Thks> tho'pier swelling In a ... ........... ..... ................. ......... ...... RATES *2.6O/ PER DAY. SPECIAL BY TUB WEEK.
An Important feat ". F.
Prop. (Ooodall Fla.
... resort of those who delight
1 ure, the In tbe heiiltbfulncM of tits' town In the sport of Jlnhlbg. Tho surf vY. V. .'I'. V V'...44444444444...........................

'. Water Supply here abounds In trout pompano yellowtail I.. "THE PINES"A AA...........*......*.....**********************....:

r : which la derived from numerous shcepshcfld and many other varieties New House just completed, with 811 Modern Conveniences. .... The Palmetto House.
flowing well, of which' there are probably of edible ::118b,_During the fall season ACCOMMODATES Sb RUES $2.50 PEn DAY AND cP }
:I' 300 In the limits. this: SPECIAL BT WEEK OR AIOSTH. ,,
corporate Tills fauiom bass
sea a fforJs royal Well '
n;;f. flow U secured by boring wells to the port, and H has been no uncommon 1 MRS.-J- B. H1NSKY.. Proprietress. 5: and Popular.'moo .
depth of from 80 to 120 feet passing' occurrence to land a thousand poundsof 338 S. RMcewood Ave. Daytona. Florida 6 -

through several strata of rock, and this. gamcy fish in an afternoon ...," ',..,',.. .,' P,..,."* Overlooking the
thin. depth nxxtirea purity from all\ Individuals of them ranging from r beautiful Halifax River,
surface .011 In III I 11011011. The water Lt fifteen to '
\ Daytona.
thirty-Are pound In weightSot A homelike and com f rota ble
slightly Iniprrsuuted" with magnesia
only does tile ocean oller this
J' and Iron nml "holds sulphur' !In the splendid' sport but tbo Halifax River, : house. First-class in all respects.

-'. chaise of BIX, which soon passes away. only half a mile back of the ocean. Is : ..
t{ The Popahttioa of D. -Q---
rtea equally famous for his flue fishing, Now for r
J1. open
proper N about 1,800. Added to and the varieties that abound lu the : C. 0. CHAMBERLAIN s
thu In n Suburban population' on main ocean are present In the river. season 1994.5 PROPRIETOR. :
shore and |M'iilnsula of about 1,000 at Hunting and Ashing good. Ex. IiFMttit......,." ............>XarMslXttetiMtpett...

!t.a. Kingston, Blake' Old Seabreese or perlonccd guides and dogs may be hud .
Miiliill. Si'nl.niio and Silver Bench at reasonable price
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