The Daytona daily news

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The Daytona daily news
Place of Publication:
Daytona Fla
Geo. F. Crouch
Creation Date:
January 13, 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
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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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1 01. It[, Daytona; Florida, Friday, January 13, 1905. ant. .Advertising .llnylnn..nd!.Vicinity. ..

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Important Seabreeze Meeting. Con Men In Daytona. RACERS ON BEACH YESTERDAY. MANyAB TO PUNISHMENT J
A meeting of the citizens of Sca- Some weeks ago two men, 'Shine" : .-

breeze was called to meet in Wil Cunningham and II. A. Eichbaum, I t An Old Favorite Nearly All the Machines Out Speeding. fifty-three Persons In Daytona and
liam' hull last night for the purpo"c arrived in town, who claimed\ to be 1
of devising! means to prevent electricians. They secured work ..........+tM.....+ts...+tM.....+............ .... ., Many Ladles Taken for Rides. Senbree/e Have Not Yet Paid

i'+ssof life timing the races and from with Mr. La Sha, who agreed to fur- i. Large Crowd Present. State and County License.

now\ till the great event comes off. nish all tools and pay them $1.50 t Many hundred pooplo' were on the In Onylnnn nnd, Seabreeze there .t'r;.

To this meeting Mayor! :Smith:; of per day. Finding that they were i ADVICE OF P O LO NIU S beach, yesterday afternoon, watching arc\ lifly-three persona who have not i

Itaytoiia; was invited to secure his good:; workmen he raised their wagesto ; I the racers speeding liy.' Sometimes )yd paid! their' oicnpation lax to the

dvice and! aid in this laudable effort.It 2 per day, paying them regularly t.. By Shk. .sp' e.rXP they panned one at a time and again and! Bounty. The list of delinquents I'I'Ioll1to

has been suggested by certain ,: each Saturday night. t : fume few precepts\ In thy memorySi'o there were two (T three engaged in inclmlcH hotel proprietor,
prominent citizens of Seabreeze that These men associated themselveswith t than flinnictvi' 1:1thy tlioiiKhts no tongue an impromptu rare, i>r ono might be I liverymen: milliners( grocers, dry-

olttccis be appointed to patrol the Ed. Smith, an employee of the .K A :Nor imy nnproporlumiil, llinii lit blM act.Ho seen npprciiching rapidly. while another guinls iiu'rcli.iuls, hunk drivers, clcc- ."Itll' l
I t d, thou familiar' but t'.v' no m"IIt111'Illgllr.. would lie nrlusi-second! alllianllIInnolh'r! j
bench antI require all vehicles to telephone company, who became acquainted speeding l' ; ;
ThiMo d'lemls than host mill their adoption tried, '
keep to the right, to see 'that the here, or ll ol'e. probably t r iniiili, > theist to thy soul with hoops of steel; with tin \elneily of llic wind.! The! I.iw iTifiiires( ; that the state r y

children are !kept out of harm's way they were old acquaintences, judgingby i Hut its. nut dull thy, piilm wills eiitertalniuentof Immediately! ymi would lie suiv! null! connly. license shall bo paid' by ,
and that !bicycle. learners aro warned the recent alledged rascally pro each, I\'w-Im l but 11'1., ".., uutledKvd comrade Be war* to. hear the cry, "Met. ho catchesher. tho (first of (Oclulicr) and inflicts apenally \;
( If iMitrniice to a quarrel i : tuning lib "
oil the beach. ceedings. *t Iteur't that tho opposed limy beware of tliee.tlNU ." But both disappear> in ot twice tho amount of the '

This is in keeping. with the sugge'Otiou'Iof These men secured board: < with t ( every Hum tliiui fur, but few thy voice: she dim distance! with no apparentclmngo I'UTIISO for neglecting to comply t; .

Tho D.uI.t t'Ve: Mrs. Ganibau, on Palmetto( street 1! Take ends IIIUU'H, censure, but reserve buy.thy judgment. of position Many of the with tIll law. In some instances
foully shy ha bit im tliy purse' (PIIII
again say keep to the right and keep and when their board bills became :.;. Hut not expressed' In filmrkh; not gnudy; drivers took out ladies, and! gentlemen the lino amounts to an high $150, .1.1J

a straight; coarse due told her that they had! not received .. For till apimivl oft |11I..h.1I1I1I11tt man; who were spectators, fur rides, !liosidcH J the runts of the! ease, etc.
uf the l best rank und station
their money. Mrs. Gum ban, .;. Are Anil of they a most 111 rrnitco xeli-it mid generous. chief In that. in order that they might we how it The officials will probably' file I

knowing that Mr.\ La Sha was able Neither n liurruwcr, nor n lender lie: felt to travel at such a speed The complaints against the offenders 1
Tourists En Route For South. to pay his men, but thinking that he t Fur, loan oft lose. both itself mill blend; men Kcemcd to take tho lIoi e and within n few days, in which event asPts'ial l
dulls the edge of lumlmndry. .
Ami burrowing ;:
On Monday! a party of over 150; had overlooked drawing his money, ** Till. above nil-to tlilni own self\ IK true: jerks as n matter of carves, but oar would bo required to carry -

tourists left Cleveland! in charge of let the men l.emain.u Amid It must t"lIo1101 the night the duty, when the young ladies were aboard the delinquents to DcLand, where 1I

II. J. Collvcr.. citv. ticket asont of I Yesterday"Shine" engaged Mrs. t Thou, canst not then be false to any mimes.1M and loud explosions occurred( the I heir eases will como up before the .

that city, for Florida.! This party Oambau in conversation while his +I44.454X4M444'55tf4Ms/ ..........>fNM444......... fair passengers clapped their hands(! criminal court i'!{

lived! at Ormond yesterday at partner successfully abstracted the -- -- .- -" "-- --.. .- -- to their pretty oars and with tlhl' okH i'1i

about noon and took dinner at the effects of his from Racers Recently Lntcred. begged to bo let nt.. ;
meager partner I :Miss Valdes and Miss M. Partienishing to observe the ,
Hotel Urinond. the house, leaving a board bill of Tlm" iweipt, of bus: Ithis fiiini !I"'. N. : Key West, I III., are at Tho Bennett Among those. on the beach spending of manufacturing the famous.
After dinner the party was conducted -I $50 for the crowd unpaid.In tin funioiiH IJiidi.-li ililM-r, and. 1'11011"1 yeHtenl.iy was> ail::? h. p. stripped process .
the grounds and then (Cuter.*,. Ili-luiiini. II...... E.l "'. Prouts, of Roster, in a Chas Snubs Florida cano syrup should call on
over the mean time Ed. Smith wentto Pope-Toledo, ,
who is in
J. C. positionto
cost iinpiii-titlit' '" o'e..ut list|'|"'' guest at Tho Palmetto.
prepared for a trip over Daytona'sgreat Baker and driver Thin' was n red machine
see l'OIlUl'"lI il h I Ilu> itutonmliili'cimilritlto take parties on such tours. Phone
racing beach to this> city. To Mrs! Win. H.llurtnean, of Cle\e- with looking tube in front
wanted to purchase a kodak. Mr. In loll "" the Daytona' Imicli, in torpedo 11 Xo I5; Orungo avenue
aecomnduto, this number of people Baker showed him a $17 instrument Jniiiiaiyl:I.:J1! *. Gilles: I'litry. was time land, in at The Ridgewood.! of tho driver j'
the !big, Tallyho, four-horse vehicles which after a long conversation third, to Im UTi-ivi'il mill tow... laiiilixhdriver : Mr. and Mrs. Marsh, Boston, Mrs.Wilkinson A nix cylinder! !00 h, p. Pope-

niul'! a number of carriages were he was allowed to take out il.-i'\ ;Niipler; end'M machine. ,n hli-inrs In" puwi' 'i'','-0"1111\! |,, \ England, ore gucHU, at Toledo\ tho Flying Dutchman, driven tho driver's clip A man was sent )

I pressed' I into service. to experiment with It is hardly I'lcnt", hll.III.IiIlIh"' ; "* loo'mill) Vainli-r-j 1 the Parkinson House.Jj. by A. C. Webb, was oust This machine to Ormond for ropes and the machine '
Tho arrived, licit in time to that the is also red \'L''lIelll1ninjll'o'1.' The driver 1
party necessary to state camerahas lull cup ruse, lie list n" M Arthur Miw-1 ot Kentucky painted (
ll. Weller and family, AIIf,
entail the south bound train from not since been seen. iliiniii'l as ills, iliiviT. It IK pmljalilu' I ;: AVnlter Christie, with his 100( h. claims thut! tho beach was too small !!'

which, they dropped off at various Besides this the Telephone company !- |III"'PVI.>.I', Hint 1'.1:.\\illileiiilu: to run have moved( into the Phillips'cnttogc p. racer, was also thor<,. This is I for him and bo wanted to try his ,d I;l
tin) ) ,car )liiln-c'lf. In I'uIIII..f[ tin) uveutH.IMu'.1 ; Seabreeze avenue, : ,
stations to spend the winter. and Mr. La Shaw have lost painted bine, has' brass spokes in machine for I a run to England.; :
: is niie IIf( tin hoist i t fiiiiinim" drivers, Mr. and Miss\ Haslett, from Indiana the On beach the DAILY News: :
considerable value which tho front wheel! ( < mid all weight Dayti; nin ,
tools of .
in the ",..d.I. In V.HiJlii.! wan the tlilnilii'iiiii'lt
The people in Seabreeze have de- the rascals undoubtedly carried off. ; 1'1', | ,'"U'" friiiii" 1'uiin to IniiH- have moved into a flat belong is! on tho front truck<< reporter yesterday evening counted .
ci'led' that a jail in needed. 11. L. 1"'I..k, III .I'liniii'i'lliiii, with Dm four I MMIpnuui'il :| ing to \V. ,n. Phillips, Volley street, Uarnoy, with his> Green( Dragon, 357 sightseers and then stopped "

Klnti received the contract and is Prcni'li. ... rnli. Ho ilrovii. tin Oooilall., and 1 H.iwley: on bin Mercedes, were counting. Desiring. to know something ,

building" it on the river shore in Capt. F. Sunderman has> entered 1 'iiiinlli'Nt' nun tiine in ii,..rndn. nnd. Sid Cox and( wifo are to lie found, also. present. trying their racers. I of tho, great crowd massed on "

front 011i1'1100l1mihling. his launch, Wiggler, for tho Piiliu ItoiM\\ ilI bout Inning' nn uppos.'tlt| Probes\ tliiMillii'i-'louii.. "fllli"I""I\' \ with Mr. Smith, the photographer, ,, Mr. Stcck's machine wits not seen, tins famous Ormond, beach( he asked J
I much to the of of the (!I'ivl'rslr a racer how ;:I
disappointment one
Valley street. many.
be ,
1 F.: J. liurkley and wifo and Master Beach races The hoot can RCI-II eessln'onalLlhe. fourth i'itluuisd'
dock Fred, IIrent; llritaiii. II WIIHIIIII inllii vicinity. Tho 90 h. p. Pope-Toledo! A. C. many wore up tbero. Ills reply y
('lia'les Buckley Hay\ City, Mich.; daily at Burgoyne's Largo airy rooms are for rent
of llall.\riiMtli" InOaii'l I and I"IIM'on bv Webb, driver, had an experience, was, "Xo one. Yew, lucre were two :
will be heard from in the races. in at 110
.1. 1 B. I'onco and wife, Crawfordville, I liest tho locality Daytona
lint oiciiMiiinlM
.liuii'lu On ( yesterday On the to Ormonda pooplo IIIUIIl l dog. .: .
Lt,1., are guests of The Colonnades. : Mrs. Coleman has sold three lots: : r''i .drovif nn Hthoi..e. power umrliiiip. Bench street, the Misses Peck tiro blew up and tho way racer plungedinto Loral "sports". on tho beach, yesterday ,

At a meeting of the citizens of I of her property on a new street and brute! dun n UN., n reHiilt nisi fi-nei'H.of "m.eriiliiillMntm ,Ho The Princess Isscna, of Ormoml, the ocean, going out into the wanted to Let. a cigar that : I II
Goodall! it determined to marl' which is to be opened between First will Ledges" has been hauled at the inlet for would 1 break all .d
was Lan. liii'iiourii-i'i'fiil, liiM'M'ral of the icniitCHt up water, so an eye witness states, far I the Thomas car < rec- .
Valley street south of Seabreeze ave- anti Fairview avenues, to W. H. Kiirojieaii:" ,roiii'i'titloinami|' Mai'doniul repairs. Capt. Carlson, her popular enough for tho waves to wash off ouls! and I bo thin year's winner fl

nue. The work will be paid for by Phillips. These lots will be on the tils drlier" took Hint plaeo in the commander will have a few days ___ .H ___ __ -- -- 1: ,
abutting property owners. north side of the new street. Insist important. liilU limbing contHHt .
held In Frniiioln"t jinr. rest.W.
.m _____- -- -- R. Phillips has purchased -t
Union In faU-r'n entry unused a till! ,

.. ........... ... .. .. .*........ hum"rse-power Pipe' iniu'liinu, in ten open three lots of the Kittredge property, 4
.>.......... .. ....... events. He will ,ilrrtu liiiuwlf.. Ho l induwrilieil on the south side of Seabreeze ave- .

: '- IIH ()JIll uf the flev"re"t auto nue, Ooodall. .
divers of Kurnjie.: Driving, II car of tin- Mason & Wall Company '
sumo inuniifiu-tiins, li" was one of thvHtnrtiTH During the month of December >

in hiss Irish nueof lHOa, rfpiTHvntiiiK 2: 1 marriage licenses were issued by '.
ini.iili'iit of that at DeLand. I
n"lghllu.n; County Judge McCrory I
competition<-il, tOKliovnlnthoroiiKliKportHninnuliip. Of this number eight were for marriages Have the Largest Stock of '. ,. ,
,, JII'rlllt'ot rur, in rounding in l
performed Daytona.The *
/ a nliiirp,, (wirner, O\'I.turn"IlIu.lllOtll
FITA tliu drhernnd! thuiiini-liinlxt were thrown Misses Pock, of Buffalo, N. ;

nirainHt' a fi-tm1. U-forn f which they, luynnruiiHvioUH. V., have taken the Wilder mansion : Glass Enameled : 1
|i-'ntrTH, ( following clowly Pock Crockery
for the Miss Emily
shoe is like season. ;
a ,
cheap I turned,, till, ,denier surely, and I Hwlnir
politician it can be the |illnlit/ of tin. two men, Htopiwil his' has had-a studio'in Buffalo for many '. :

easily bent in any di- J ear recovered and rnn stud to, tlwlrald.limlHtvd' that Jarrett I>e Caters noon years sketching and will Florida spend scenery.the winter Her in : and Tinware :

rection. Why not wear go on. "'fOl1l1I'U rising! your chance' of specialty is portraiture in oil or I ':
lie, nuld. "I would\
winning race
Queen Quality and spare pastelW.
rather lose than leave you 1 lying on theroad '

the, feet? ," wn 1'nbllc the 1.c"Kcr.ip-neroim reply.-PJilladelplila R. Harvey, Misses Marguerite IN THE: CITY. ': :;1I

lJOOld $3. Helen and Elizabeth Harvey :
-- Cleveland L. C. Car- .
Paul Harvey, ;; !
.7l/ear speorali .13. 40.J. UoHton Miss! Rose Mor- ran, Isaac Aigles1 and wife C. P. Do- :
II. Hume, ;
gentlialer, Dr. Sophie Morgenthaler, GOBS and wife, Bellevuo, 0.; R W. t ,Prices Can't Be' Beat. : I

0. Jlrs. S. P. JkSorley, Bell and wife, Frederick Bell Miss\
Hamilton, ;
i J. A. Columbus JohnS. 1
hendricksOpposite Ali'e Me S. Pnrtnele, Louisville, C. Minnie Thornberg, ; .
Postofllce. H.iriislmrg, are at The Sammie New York, are guests of .
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+ ,t + r..aad Accepted nauiu-Halirax Lodge St. Paul'. Roman Catholic: Church: Mass I.. .
, ft Bond Lumber Company i Vo, M m..ti nut and third Thursday of every Humlny at Ins: n. ,u.: wvk oIl1P ntco f; the
+ each month at 7:00:: p. m.Hallf. :: a. m
f. :t Mimufiifttirern, of +: .. Royal Arch Chapter N.. -Mcvltveond KKV, J. F. O'UOVLB. IMiur.BaptlitChurchMiimluy .. '_ I;:::;.' Finest
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t I' .. J HIM" AM> CYPRUS : R. S. n.-lIaUla. Council luecti thirdTueiHlay raveling 11:1I'. m ; 1 I'reiu'liluu ;,,", pul.l f 11 ht1hitillJWtrt1/1ndmKr ;
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Prayer ineettiitt W.IIII..dny nr 7t" in. BreadCakes
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1: Phon M. R. J. MALBY, Mgt. iI' Knight ol Pl'thlea-Foulilaln (.It, L I' 4 4 first and third Mondays of rarh 11. e. Church, South-Hunilny K,'huul; I I"1:'"
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{ :: A. i). ncBIlII FRANK E. BOND F. N. CONUAD :5 Knights.... Honor-Daytona Lodge No.wa rtrat Contfrvrfattonal Church.I I ........ .
,.., matte .on'l and fourth of entli -
I' + Sleuth ut ;:.*> p. in. nt.h ('hrlotilln EndenrorI:0.: p. m.: !'..- .. .
I 11111 :"ie, p. m ; .lunlur KmliiM>r u:. ""1 p. ni.Midweek .
BANK Fraternal Union of Aaitrka Meets errand
1g Monday of each month atMi: > p. m. prayer mutt IIIKVi. dny.-\">'n-
1 : I Branca Vuluila' County: Bank Ins nC ::o]oVl4Mk.' J J. C C. Pettepher Auto Garage Register
:: i Orand Arasy ol the Ripuklk-Joe Hooker UKV, IIVKK.N }'. MIIISII.i ..
.:, + (Ciijiitiil I 1 Stock I ... .. .. .. . .. ... .. ... . ? ..V; >,n)< JO poet holds camp lire first and third Frltlny i "..1"'. Eplacopml Church, .) Liability.) .. .. ... .. .. .... ... .. .. .. .. ... 1iK( >,(KK( ) of earl tumult. It too n. ni.t; Holy J I'liy' *
1 + 9e: .,also Wr lay .iiul Frlilnj-HIn Lent : .
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ii.) :t Transacts Ueneral Business. :: .. I=H : : .
Banking '
a Thursday lit L,'nt r' p.' t.i. Holy C'OIll.1 \\ N.\>1K. :NAM OK MACHINE.j'Tl. :
{ t + tnuulon llrHt Hun , nt.: :t (1'111.1'\-\: I I : :\ M tM) : IN: ALL I'AKTH (II'I'm: /lorVTUV.! :: m.! In Lent tlitnl Sunday nt :::" n. in.Hundny I.. I I/). :Smith. ........."...."..... Itnmljl.-r ................""....... :\.-\\, London' (Cuiui.r.Suiilh .
I + Fur iHM kiM'iiInx of roper., lieeUit. AI olr"el., I.lfn nntl Fire Iimirniivn l't ll.'.*.. } CLUBS. Hi'litHiInt. 10:'n n. ti,. .\\'. : : ;' ....................... I 111,1.1 | ... .. .................. I'ittKl.uitr
i 1 + we -l lo nhMulutu > llrt. t...... > .if onrHlwl I "nf1> "aI".. Hlver Yacht Club-Meeteat the(::1\111 HKV.'. W. .'''''"Lh. Ili'fKir.. I .1 I. II. llutliinwi.v............... Stuiili-.v ('tenor). ............... l>uetuu. MIIHH.
'. :+ prm Ih.xre 'in \ milt itrfitwtloii Tl.oy duet Htfnlnut from Gol. ,,iit* to II.IM.I>*, tnoni' h. Iy :+: iloilo.. rtery W..odILy..UIIIIIII.FIoId. ..i... M.Eo. Church-.Huniliiy vi-houl I II. "'. l'llInn.! :................ I'nion........... ................... St. IjinU. Mo.
.' 4 c per I at 9l5 n. in.; I'l'cncli.nn. Mil.n.: in ; l.|"ui.rth I C. II. Yi-nrgin" ....... ........... : .Steamer............................. l">Iniul, Fla.
"111 1 +.++..+++++++.+.++++..++ +++++++4++.+++*+++++++++ League I.fvotloniil int'4'iliii4 at :"tr', p. in.; .
'I nL.ilni(7i.'ip.| p. in | Huniliiy l.ltiriiryniulMiwlul I. --- -- ---- --------
: .StaUTroope-Company "K"Second 1 Clrclo inuL'tliitf 1"dll'Nllnl1 from -i'H'!':jij iDrink 1 j., ''i j.101'1' 1-ijiJoi.: 's'o1-1'1i 1'1.,<101<,1<1 !-!: '!'S i'i'!' 'i'i
; 'k Infantry. Drill at the Voluulauvenun 8:ou lu 10:110.:' ) l-inycr Inert, Ins \\111"01111)
TheDaily Armory on
; News 15c per week by Carrier every Tueixlay. nlgal, J. U. Parkin. THIIIIH at iu'olwk.: f LILY WATER ,i
son,Capt. (*oin. II>:\ .1. TK,i\M.r, .. '.
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. II IIr .. jiii tollli'i.j:"|IN.114 lit 7:11):: II. in. nn) i .f 1I!rifiiI:(' '): And Preserve. Your Health. :i

\ i m fIj Ii II. II Florida East Caaat: AmoasoMta Aaeaclatlonniecin closes! nt 7OO |p. in. Minify" "r,)l'r window : } :!
at Club Mouse on the Beach the nest OIIR ot "MINI: n. 1n nil') ,.10.....* at !! Alisolutfly freed from all impuritieslj ;.
Friday night before full moon. (}:.OO p. in. the Schantx Filtcration Process.It ,

f (' TheGazetteNews I .. ;: is recommended }by, the most eminent ,i
IxliliyoM .n"I"' : I
p. m. Window :< > : 1 t physicians to be a pure, healthy II

t CITY OFFICIALS. p. m. except ulii'ti" ml1.iI"\ i )1".illIC> ili] 'triibated. ,I i and hygienic water. Plain and car- I

it m Mayor..........................Cbartai L. Smith I ; Zonated. LILY WATER BATHS, HOT and I
City Cllrk..J. Wilkinson IIOMIl\\. '2 COLD at th.Ei.cinc, Light Plant 25 CWM. !

Treasurer.........................Frank T. Peck Office open. from st.nii:' to II.IHI I a. ut. lulll I .-

4 Ut. m -- m AuMMMor....................C. M. Bingham, Jr bung 1HI; to ilixtributed.:iiO:: p. in., txci'ptvlnMi: 11111.iIII\ WICKING Manufacturer ;i
u- -- -- Collector..U. F. Dougla .
6f(1Le IIOSK.:
Marshal...............................M. H. Zuber One-hulf hour' l li.fon the Iivilulcil). ) .l ,I... I i f DAYTONA, FLORIDA. ''i
1 : : ( : 'lcJermen-Edward U. Harris,president; porture of train i t H .H<1
I published) ) U..nrylichmlelt. Wm. Atwood, Ceo. I -
is Democratic in II. Mathews. A. McF. Porter J. A. Local Time Table.
ty ; vicinity
; political Hendrlck and Jerome I>. 111111,,). C'ortetel.lanuary! 11), ism.':;. The climate of the East Cca- cf !L:leridc
;ilH: i is nn advocate of } } Council :\iirn ""1'011.:"
Ii .' for citizens. Its columns( meet second any 'fourth No. 2s.I ................................... t:1::(> p m is nearer perfection than that of ally
! 'i. tuaI1\ our Monday of each month at 710p.: m. No. -III.< ......... ......................... 7:.*.'.' p inXo.
.' to bringing before our at City Attorney..C. H. Spencer U ................................. ...."4:4: 'I i 1m other place oa earth. rile 6.
, (' account of tho happenings! City Phy..lcl"n...............Dr. H. H. Seelye S,). "S' .......................................:)::is p in
School Mil'Til HOI :Ml. t
nail l of tho adjoining communities. I TruBteee-Ceo. H. Ludwig C. M. \ \let! ....................................11 ::-n p m
\ 1 11K. al u-rilerHaroover on the lookout for items and Bingham, 8r., and B. F. Marsh.a. So. :2i,!! ......................................tId: p m
news So. :11I.! .................................... 7:.">o p m
i are assisted by mwi4l ..,rrc"'pontlcnts/rom' nil nearby towns. Xo. 8:1; il: 1>1 I' tit
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Tho) Korlli4rnerlio ppends} his winters here. tho ncca-J I
Low Tide oa the Beach. Attention Touristsand
nional winter resident, or those who nro now making their i
I llr-t kit to I DATE A. M. F. II. DATE A.5. all lovers of flue Ci;nr*. You will
> could invest
1 g our City, no money where it would?. P.x:1: find the largest n..ot'IIIII'nt. tlltestvariety

give: them greater: enjoyment for a ;year than -f 1.50;:; spent forj + Jan.. 11 00 11 01 Jan 19 It 14 and lest quality nf

ti n subscription to tho OAZETTE-XEWS. In the course of a year 11\1I31111C1 4 .. It.. .. IOUII1 I lie: 160 1 101) CIGARS AT THE CITY HOTEL.

,. .(I it will tell the Northern reader what Daytona) really is, and I Iif I ?N e 6"1 i0 3& .Is 14> '"14 :ft:1:1: lie 1)0 .$14 aT Sixteen different IIrncll\Jl..lion Braille. : ,)+.of BtiictlyQEO. I{

our sec ti on of tho country would be better suited) t.. him ] 1 8 1 I 01 III 11:1 9 U .u". ::M as am> (11 600 H. MATTHEWS. ProprietorC.
b 34. 41e re 4Sitl orInon
1./ than his location. w : 660 i
present JO SitlM ,
4 111I 4 III r. : e n ;
II 6Q. HI ::1M 7U: 'a T
( As to health, we finnly believe that i h 11 54: "IS :ill" sa BO .
Daytona "
I' as heathy \ 18 asi Tm to ai 1140 60 Nash & SonTin
)location, .to. 10 r :ci, 1 1. II i ireb 10 ti W 40 ,
:: a in tho United l and
any spot States is brieflyquoted i 15 S 93 49 .. Iliad 11 41 and Sheet Iron Workers.
-., II as "Daytona is lost Paradise regained." To tell even'briefly 18 17 913 44 b 1i15 111I t ,. ..
:: 1e 10.10 1N 11 10 ;: : i: Ile 151 1 10. Tank* for ull 1'urpoxeN.)
; our advantages over other sections of the country \.
I Tin and Galvanized Iron
Rooting and
a.. in health, Investment, Measures, and a place one can call >' HlfbUdXnouriboforoorafMrlowtlda..:= Hoot Putnrus.
.i Homo, would consume too much space. And as n suggestion : . .... We do a* we guarantee.

for your personal' enjoyment and business relations in tliej --- -

South, that you subscribe now for the GAZETTE-NEWS. We I {........................**.....*..*.e**..*.*.**..*.e 1.: would bo pleased to count you as "Daytona ndvocnto" and J Jn at. .
.j GA7ETTF.OCr.w3 Reader. sad tt* ikaumi Orut< CrorM, Tlanpf nuaUUoaif
f Our p I drooled Cmee *U TegelakU Tutu tt the mntry trl rUrr to


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Make our Office Headquarters. II : For the convenience of those who have items nf news for us, : TLOKDU EAST COAST EA1LTTAT.Railway.. .
your : .
we have placed "Item! Boxes" at convenient places :

GazetteNewsII :-. about. thecity. They, .are located as follows: :. j

i Yacht Cta BBtMlBE Oranltex- Bakery Railway Station +:

Oark' Stationery Store Dally New Office
,/. II GCO.r. CROUCH. Editor and Proprietor A .. :

: It you know of aa arrival, .a departure, a Bali story, or any of till +: l

C bundrade ol little Items that help to'make .a newsy paper, write It out nn.l ". ie"eI kMatlfal totk,"tart west or rVwMa"..t ny .'
r . drop IL ID tb. ibm Box ......' to"you : ........ n.u., aid .!.. .."'....u.., Milt... 'J,

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SOME SNAPSIN i 1 +: The +, .i Ii Iii1 '

:9: LOTS ATORMONDI' .: ++ :1 Burdine's Pharmacylias i;;

: i Boy's and Girls i! !;
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SHOES 1 1: : a full lint1 of Toilet Snips: linger, t1; (taller, i i

.#- / ...... .. ... ....."........ .. ; ++ + la.'I'.I'II't'1'tllltl 4711' Baronc Perfumes: and '
"' \\Vwiluiv Inuit with, solM leatlnT inn r : all ot'llie Imported/ and Domestic ( SnndH.
::: t j xul'x, tun) conn.loin. Rut! the, enter mill's nail + ,',
STEAMER UNCLE: SAM 1'1"1''" ,U'' lilt. lll'Ht leather ubtninnhh'-es'> )Don't forget to examine our lino of cigars yt,;

I* now making| rt-Kiilar trips to TOMOKA RIVER on Tuesday ,'l'burelnr"IL'1t1, ; ----- -.-+ toy (.mil solid thrllult.! Tliat'n is buy and tobaccos' the. l est.' I
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:sttm'day. leaving Oillo's duck at t D a. m. anletol'l'lngat, Middle and North lliiilici, I I hey,, "I'nii' stood HID'li a lot. of Ilh.! .ii.<'. very : m m;
also Ormond. Our Soda Fountain is supplied with all Fruit ttia.I ,

dny, ITUAB PONCE North PARK Bridge AND! 8:80: NEW a. m.SMYRNA, Gilles, Dork on 9.Monday a m. Wednesdays und l'il-! :+:: Xo other tort can soil you such good: :+: .Flavors/ :\, and our Ice Cream i is made from Pure r: .

:*:: SIIOKH I ) for little .
so money. :, Cream. ; f
McCOY BROS., Proprietors FLORIDA MOTOR CO. :-to+:: 8l.a.:;>, SI.."*), $l.iJ and $2 a pair +i t(

... - .+.. -- ---. ++ No. 126 Beach St. Clark Bdg. 4;1; '
::: r> C? Peck *: Foster, Proprietors. : ,

This space is for sale. *:+:: T H E G LO DAYTONA FLA. .:: PHONK: NO. 48. H;' ,

| Clothing, Shoes and Gents' Furnishings. |:1:1 I : ) I

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$8 FOR SEASON.\ . . . . .1.:;'; ;

phin; C. J. lit.In*'11 u'ulifo, ot :Milwaukce I't.-.
The First
; :\Jr!!. (Ch.uloH:!. >i>r. .Toliot l.
Ill.; C.ijit. I IVmu't till'I Mr. Fox, of Of the Brass Band : Daytona Hotel Supply Co :

Michigan; (.'iiril. ( i.t>. I''.. l'.n"\\'n and ,

wife of Purtl.uiil: .,., cump'ted' the IT the\\1111 newly the first orcunlzed public appearance braes bund of Inn I Dealers) in iK .t 4t\ !,1,1I

This Space belongs to party mnall country town. Tile ovca-
.HlonVIIH n political ilomnnRtrmlitn, and I 1 PROVISIONS mnsnHI : : i i1 '
the brass bund, ot the brail of the : t; !,
DR. VAN VALZAH. lies c iinJ I licie. grand; |lrOl'I'.lon. wn covering Itself I,
with uliiry. Suddenly tilt bless drum / :'ATS. POUT :: I'1l.? :
'I't'Iii for t 'I''I..I.I :1
't'rauu e '\ '' | iv ruiiu to a dead stop and maintained a ,
lltt'I'u1: : : .......................................111 Brim; silence for some little distance. Ii''1
:M-W,: louu: III AVIivn the procession made a temporary '
------. 11.I'Illl 1lU-:..34sr. halt the leader of the bond sought out 30 Beach St. Daytona, Fla. : 1

."rsg@,6 .- ',q. e C P4,- i tiXtOCsJ.rliCC9T( {' 000d00ra(4i'yGeC.Q+ I lllt'M.O:; .I'M; i........... ........................ .. .itI I the man with the biff drum and Indlgnnntly : I
& mi"INN; .I'I'I 1 1..aulslli7111.LI. drinnndml why be had spoiled * * * l
| :\ \: :..:wl : the effect" of their performance In one ) '.u
i l 11.\> 1"I't N,0 of Ito. roost telling passages M .)t
: .''Coca.7(r/ufdoscope. | "Mo yer see that 'ere house over {..**! {, ".' 71178 y.ylyy/Aa 7R, .Ia, ,711.711 y.m 1
thcrer' renpondwl the man In a low,
: ---- rfy For cli.irlrr: \1.11: inn an'I :Spruce l confidential tone pointing to an old McCLELLAN EDWARDS UJllaLES 1
v meek) and. tlicr limits, fur. I fishing urinliouHe a little way back.
"Yen. ," the lead $
growled exasperated i
;| Piciurotif* o/Daily JCff in Daytona anti Vieinity. (t. parties orcr1Ii.itug. Vnn A. .Inlnnnii,,, er. ES. | '
Conrad s Dock. s.itl II I ""'1'11. that 'ere Is my house" said .

time tin'drummer there. nod"and I didn't I've not want u hen ti> break a-set- Daytona Novelty Works & Wood Yard
:.s'i@iJ.: )( i'i: _,_ h _. t
How Home! Penplorsnnsr..
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THE WKATHER. its arrival The machine is a :20? h sued Love
"I liellptcKiilil .Mrs. Iliirronvli "that
When J.o'o first came to her she was d i?!
h. p Ford and come to Jacksonvilleby It I can Kit tin muse cut Mr*. s..w..tI.I.1I. twenty, pretty vivacious, and of'many ,* Window Door Frames & .
fiiir nivl much roMcr.I'oiu ., '
S.itunl.iy steamer. shell cups and saucers iii'M Prliliijr" lint inuixlH. She humid u deep feeling. for the ,*
Mm. Hilly will limn mi- her' hiumiiH mill made size styk 'l'i
roHy little boy but after days or pondorlnni iiny or ;
... ,_. Anderson down via
-- --- Capt. came MM. UoiiHi''plll' let 1110 IIIIM HOIII ",. and many sleepless' nights she t
the A. C. L. train which was wrecked of IIIT oleo noliinj; inKliiru- lu'llova 'sent him civil). Colonial Columns onh 1 : ColtilllnsStairJlll'k \ \I
Milton, Tim Collins and at Ashley Junction, but ho anti I'll"buy tl'lI.--I.OIIIK'III.n puuiiil uf "tuurlerJeurnnl.11,'11' and l give a "I know you will not blame me," she : \ i brackets, etc. .SMouldings i;\
J.ilin,u 1 It'iboittcnt' ( to Oak Hill to pink mi 111 to bin' "I urn young and I will .
his family escaped uninjured.The bo happier. to sea more of life tlrat. I in StocK. .1[ I
t.ilv.o part in' n hear hunt today. ..r/."tlo Ulmeulttr.. .
is old winter Niter -
Captain an am sorry of course you will come =
"It Ix <1 Hlli'Hit fur ii ln-iliiiii In time :#. We furnish with Quartered, Oak piano
npiln. can ; you \
and stated to the DAILY XKU-I
took of ; reporter the I r'
I.roii Vaini n party autor.iccr unmet' even ti> walk: IUTOSH I singe .
that lie knew Daytona at the property, isn't ItV" iiaki'il the Kliulcnt."Yet Several yours passed before Lovecame :2' finished<< Mantles( on short notice. Call and seeS = ;'
\ ill Ivors on n trip to Spruce agnln. Linen were beginning to
time Day settled here.'IConlanthraciteegg. IIII'Iw"r".I11': StonnliiKton chew| around her eyes and lu her brow. sample. '
today' nuru8 iilmi-ntly. "Hut It I.'t, nx hard w
Live n an the same rosy boy, but there y'
to walk IM-IUIH-II, etntlont.Wasldugton ." 1
C. C. Havens, of Trenton, 5f. J., _an ,, Star. I hunt' romo a great change In her and 1* Dry Stove Wood On Hand.I:
. stove and she iiddreHned him as Opportunity."I ':
i* requested to pall.on the baggageroaster Phone 70 :i .
ran love thin man quite as much
chestnut at N. S. Dayton's lumber), IIf wore <'on...iiirnriHnnlfj -. ,
: nt the depot IIH I did the first," she mused meaningher .
flat limn MIKvH! IK going/ '
yard. Phone 49. tf lover of twenty "When ho ask 'W"'W .w W W f
C. N. Judd l left today. t<. attend everywhere ,toting UI-K. aliuiit y 011. h'r.I.'rll.1oll't me I will ....." I
nay ll
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mind that I nit It liu begins --- = -=; : \
the A. A. banquet at the Waldorf- nut It happened that he never asked I
to tell tin truth I'll li-t him know It.-
.\->lori. New York, on Jan. 16. New Smyrna Party. London 'FitBits.Yapoleon licr.When Love came again she was Indeed I For Rent. ":., r"1a'"I"'"11 "rllrlll"h'11'0.1'l.I\\ I I '. I A\T.NWKT.( ::' ) : 11 II I,

C. II. Curtis and family, of IMuf- The Cherokee carried I a party loXew nnil the Illrerlorr."How an old maid. A faint flush crept Hi.itfi'VMMiiinnOKIIIU"iivi-iniM.. .I.Yet:..'I I icntisL.I l: ,it I
Smyrna today to visit the Span- lid his "lntnutn Into the fixed dnlness of her cheek, and lights, turn, iiliiif.' .Until. I and. all inoilnrn\I J
Xiipulvoiii't iiM
tin, FIn., wit have been visitto ( hill l Infl tho '
> on a her voice trembled when she spoke.That' I Kvi-rjlliiiiirii-w.; I I'ri'u "]n'n > "'o i" Oporan 4. I
cur lime voiumlulvV"
at the time
Mrs.. M. J. King, Holly Hill, rev ish ruins and other point of interest' "Oh I mipp'iHO LiliMiliwl' In tb* dl.rectoryYale time the name she gave the ,nsoiiiil.iliiMiinv: '] Dl II..1.:, MIII"1 i )H'Hiso[ ]Bleak! Din Inn.i: on Jan. 1.1. .
timipil,l to their home today. there. This party, all guests of The Ilmim! I bright little fellow wa Lust Chance. I I11l1l1nw'r Rout l.iiinlicr. (Co.. | '. \ r *
Cedars, were: J. ;n. Bencher and Brooklyn Life niI l
A horse belonging to Roy Miller, I WIlt ""
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wife, S. Soop and wife, G. W. Sebo f
of Hill wandered into
Holly a bog 1 and wife, :Miss :Mabel :Sebo, :MasterD. [ Rltl: .
near Mr. Yelvington's residence on Sebo Edw. Anderson and wife, ,

time (Ormond-Daytona) road yester- F. ).I. Shafer, Mr. and :Mrs. Wooley, %i' r
The animal rescued l-
liy. was by Jack- ;
Miss Florence Maley, Mrs. W

Chas Mr. F.iiglish: Pinker! ,to Frank whom ifr.[Sparks Miller and ex- son and Graham Thompson. 4.: Moore Bros.

tcinU tli.uiks. __ .
New Smyrna Launch: Party.A .. .
Mr.[ and :Mrs. I], M. Graham / -, X. J. :Mrs. J. H. Cns- jolly party of guests from The I \ "
; Cleveland made a trip to New Smyr,; I \ I DAYTONA FLORIDA
w.-ll, Mr.[ mini I Mrs. S. 1' Drowning, ((1'\\\\ ,
na, yesterday, on the motor launch, \
Miss Eleanor: Drowning, M. A. Web- )
.sti-r wifo and son, Narragnnsett; Moy'a, Capt. Merrill. The day was ",

I'i MII Lj; r.. E. 'Twinford Chica- all b) this that old could desired for a trip r II t Will hold JANUARY .14 to 16

are sit 'I'll" Dcspl.tnd.Ilnn : tit p
On there, a very appetizing -
1: ..t t .r, Mills! hall put in aI h. lunch was pal'lnken preparedby I .

LI I Ia::'iyi;:!.! cnaino, with which to opcrfitu the genial( hostess elf tl.e Cleve I A Special Sale of

IIIH' iiCIVHIII plant. This newiiiMratns land, to whom the t hunks of the _

|' enables !him to freeze 30 company were voted by all who were .

'I home nility|' it nil that can 1>e deli The time there was all too shortto

rOfl. see the sights but an hour was Defender Go'sa
The Mfg.
well spent in looking at the ruins of
Another Automoblllst
wall and
the old fort the Spanish *

CUIt. A. Anderson, of Kingston gypsy camp. *

X. Y., who is a regular winter The party arrived into this city

resident at New Smyrna, was in about five o'clock, having spent an
tho city today looking for his automobile hour at the Inlet gathering many MUSLIN UNDERWEAR

which arrived on the noon beautiful shells.

freight. anti left, acccompnnied by Mr. Chaffee, of Columbus 0.; :Mr.[

his clialTeur for :New: Smyrna upon Jacob Reese and wife, of Philadel-]

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Perfect Finish

: Toilet Waters and Perfumes : Full Measurement

Roger & Gallct's I lludnufs Colgate's I
Quality Go:>d 4fy
kickscckcr's Pinaud's I ...
Always on hand at the I Low Price

Atwood Pharmacy t ))14w

4 Phone 60 JJAXWEJXHANKW8, Proprietor .' ,
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Location, '!JOO.s.Q501lo. ESTATE.
1 A ft.0om hosted. Hest S.aeo'.., 7 R o..HcU.: .*.

L. SMITH Chole R..l Eet.t for $al.,
R. 5 Room Co t.4.., S...on ISO up --..-- --- -- _- -_
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LOCAL GOSSIP.Mr. 1 I .tisuchttb' >; ;1 r. funmiliiftH I tinland-

lord of the Tort Urniijw H""'' culledthu 'ii I SCHMIDT'S.. VILLA i iJ :
DAYTONA and its a g $
: lc < Stcik'a machine Red lover, iiieeliiiK to ..i.
!; was till the beach today w lii> t"IoIIl". whet the \lIlu- :: erlookinjt the Halifax River, Daytona Florida. j:

wl"III." to ..1"anHirt to
,. cJC # ATTRACTIONS. 1-'. A. La Itoche will not bo lieio.he moliilunsoriiitli, tilt 1'(141.1" from IHHto" :* Tlie] hotel commiuids a most attractive!i view in every tired it< i I. '11'i;:
I : with ) : be found in the vicinity It w only one 1111-] ;
Itll"> ] is reported a" being sick in a (gout( state of repair. Air.MurinytlwiilolJiii no liner location can
Jh Daytona is convenient to the depot, rostolfire, thurclii,1.1,, *
fever. vhot tlie, t ionntvliaddoii" \ :J from the ocean nnd
typhoid niornitiMr the .\"'". *. Public siliools. More sunny rooms than any other hotel in town. Ihth J
.J Work commenced yesterday on Tuenday on :I and lavatories with sanitary plmnbiiiR/ and! all :modern om,'?. JJ
:: The Queen City of Florida. mobile .\ .O'llIllnll t hinl) it'n't working rooms ,
improving Valley street, Goodall the road) from fort 01'11111\1' to < u rniond.Tln : fences Cuisino unexcelled. Hates K; :'.:(> per day and upwards :-:1"-:, :

, ft" northward. uril\iilHattl fort (,range :** ial rates by the week. The only] Tennis I Court in the city is loratetln! ,
I'l from the r. E. C. Hy. Booklet. 'ir"I'k, I" the hotel grounds. j
The stripped 2t h. Peerless House are Mary\ 1.Va\" -r, : ;

7 l I 'f. 110 Mlles from .I.M,. .K otivlle.! whlcli nro'propiTly n port of tho town which Oldfifld drives is p.called the (n. i:. I'itzer JacksunvillI'Itn-s..1., ; and! : HENRY SCHMIDT Proprietor. :

:! rare one wuy . . ,3.30 onil imputation., Chui-:. (;iondtt, -iris, KIUHS I'n.: .1.' '." :. ft.tflF+taitftf..t..a.t...tttt kt.t.ktMt ft'F.t4...:

. Hound trip . . . 'I.l'O: Dayton Beach Jute Streak.Mr. UttH, JtukHomille; T. U. WII.H.X. ,I II'. .
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\/UeeCrl1ll: St. Aiignyllne.I of the Gables and furn II '. Mai' "ni'liiitt": .1/"list' n -"
Ilea ono Jiillu enit of the town. It IrfnjiproHfliwl Luce, a fluent *****************
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I Fare one way. . . .. $ ::10i. by three good bridges hurt his badly vrhilo cranking Davis i St. Charles, Mo.MIHM

M [i.!. Hound trip. . . . . 4..l0 e\vr the river IIml'II.grn..o1 'liveIIIKH ]his, auto. arm Muttii.MiriH' i II n.111 Mi1. liuietteie : BENNETT. jj jjJ

IY F DAYTONA I Is sltuali'd, upon tIe, .., tinli' "f the ..
i mid hI. pi'liii'ljjal Hummer re- \\ '|' K-lly man ii-d l nt '"""'"
+I. nest hunk of tin* Ilnllfiix Klr lit Itsfidrvftt sort south of St. AiiKiiHtlnc.. It tins The tennis court nt The Colon- Lilcle'H fntln-r TliiiiH-liii] ,iei.iiirf., : for the Season of 1904-05. Beautifully
\ :. and nililuny, betweenit Open j
,I' I'MuiiM" more tourist,* during! tin minimer limn nades )has been leveled and put in s .. ,IIIHt Avenue.
Clulo.f furl iniw Located Hklge\vood
.. source nt flu luiw liny stud. Us oulletlit The Mt.-rai.v on j
Houtli of Hint ruinliiiiwl
rlly -
nil olli plains
condition Hllljlf.wuwi !I'u : :I-t to
:Muniilio'| :ul.-t. II Is III latitudeill 'urltowIutr good in Hull on : :: house ]has been dntilili *
nn.ll" III!Ins) lieroinliitf n (ii t ClulinuHHturtedl.y Since last season this popular enlarged IN
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I" :' ), M"\'III four miles. (runt $I. AllKii witt" I'enco and wife who have e for the eimiiiiiu; tn r *
..tln. told me nillo I rum Hie AlIlllllle r <>it. 'lliilieni'li IH J. U. .Mri.I 11,'III'j"ltn Stinnl., C: former capacity. Itoonvs single or en-suite, with or without, IJ

110..1111. mill Is ]leKtlil\\leilied; tot 111'11III1.t! JliH'st HIII.III JII'dm>., world liy aunty and conxUlirixlMm the serf been at tho Colonnades for. several lOyeam nn"), nieetin nt Iwr lion-. One : Private liaths. Hot and cold water in the new part fur- :

t ( r he ttltliniil ii iltiil tor I fiiilly mining huthliiK; N. safe mid ext elleut Hummer winters are a again winter visitorshero. objei) '''t 01 the! Club wn to nil-us e 111"11'Iu. J: naceheat and all modern conveniences. :..

the Ulhites of (the Smith.; Us' silo IHllpull s lartulil.rury in I'nittutu tugs. I'I'B 4.
who I IIII\'t Il"h'dOol.thNII
niiilIuler.. l'i>
| .iinw 1\11\1 l lialarjrobuuUiaselllluil $ Menu the Best the MarKet Affords. I
Ulllll Is I II'MMI' lit high: Illllll- flub ha'stutu-t't-u-r1'5.'II
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:; 1111.1'HI.'rll Hummer renurtftili'ehire Mathews and party aboard,
;: mix 1 I. 1 liml huts"' \\.,is et|',,\\ lust| ,li.vIIIIMIM .. Capt. Lien u'ucces' htl hi aM IIIl1dlll" w" hued u Owner and Proprietor,
Hint there perfectIn J
are none o
the ]launch Tobasco) arrived safely nt .. inHtrucllvo Albert Bennett
u* nilll II IIIIIHl" faynl I fcl'IAHll, oft rum furl nit linytoiiu liiwli.Antomobila / ) witliulnnbli *: DAYTONA,-- FLORIDA. :
"".1" ll* 1'iiiesi, 1 I Its"l", 1111.1| iiinoimt Jensen. They intend to leave for riik-rtulntntf books. placed' .. ..
.....f (rise U the lawn of ,to-dty, wl.liI I, Race Meet the south today. in the I poHti.lIke under, I the. ware of Mr.U'fiiuin. ****************** *** **** ****************************

I : \liemiiiliil iiiitiiiti's \\ellurniliHl. Tim riorldn East Count Automobile AVe Lute Home funds till tined -

; 'q \ tithe niul stst'''te. The rexiilt Is AsHoolutloti! conducts mi ninnial race Bostrom Bros., of Ormond, were fur till liunlniM-iif' more bunk vlwn aaaa+aeaaaaaaaaaaxtaaa.aaaaaalaaaaaaeera+aaa+aasaaaaa.taodea

list' nil slung 'tin \\lili n\eiiue. Unit moet on tile bench which bus" now a down in their launch, yesterday. needed., Thin IIIIH Lieu done lno tlv, tin- o o.

ty I i i-ixeil. t Hie |O\MI me lolilly live tutu universe I reputation" DM time greatest Messrs. Bostrom are building a new i tier $h'". II. :Struli, I'lvi-lileiit\, ; MIH. S, : Parkinson House :

r x'lifer stole' nml I lilikoileN suits usy launch.M. .
ilril|"eil, nit it /Kllirellll" IVoliiullK' of Tin' I IIIJ 1011I1.1'rlllll".1 Ileueli" U. bard ,'retar.h'. ". /'\IIHr) nnr.Tnnur.\ e .CIo .

the gutsy Suiiii-li;| iiii see, that, \erurdi\ UH iiiiiriidjini mid mi lucid xtretvlinf II. Aultman ]line entered his, ors K0'"l, iniiniiui"uient. 'l'imo I, lob "i''t : a
i l-'lnnlncntionrniner' of Uiilifewiioil and') :lfnglllllin1111" .
thirty' fir more miles ullhuiit, u :"ill with Mrs.i .
for the
1'opo-Tribune runabout : on Tlnirml.iy, .Intiiiary
tic-s/- | 101'.ul K luiikcH It 'tin iinluriil, rnihiKKHMincl ; new l3ril!: event. This is fur. machine I i triiiil', I'li-Hiili'litiinil) eiulitii'iiiiietnlieiH.'I 0 IllerliliUs'it"; UllillIl'\. riiunblnpr, Hntlw and) nil modern a aa

KloAf9V-lea\, iiiiigiinlnis: ('ugill: ttt buys( fur Ami'i'leii.Al '\III- lift'rllU'ltl VMIS t Kpl lit ill : emivi"' ,.iildiii'H., TiiMe the host the market. nffnrdx. Large, :
nuil 'orIlH'PI''h..1' .Punt. 13', 51 suit many low tide. the lienHi IH hnriil' fur30O costing $fi.lUor ICHH. nullirjistinilan ,
f"'w'lI" aa
I i\ (rants from ninl.v rnniicli.l looms, will lighted,! nnd lien ted. Soutbernepiisnn eas
( oilier \'ol'III'H. while In muny plncea feet uml, neltliiT currinKi wheel, with .: .r'std
u Mr. Smith and Jiis brother rnnturksuhuuttLcut.IN.Itnnppu! \ >. For rate, apply' to
the wild! tin. aunt bicycle or piili'htriiin\ < nn miiKe u I ea
f grape! 1"IIIIII".t11111" | their families have rented PincwniHl original |mein. 1'1.., \1'f'Niileiit, guva! u
1 tie aniieloitis| | illinh\ surd ii hug ninuny Lordly' rlnltilo Imprint on the Hiimolli' talk on uirioii! tnntirn' snlijitt.". a
tbe lJl'IIIIl'IJ1I tunning shady. liowerj stud well jmeked Hiind. It I Is no tinfuiuinun cottage Scabrcc/.p, and. are now ]Jiving atteiuoiin ,
The liiembeiH,, ii mid adding grace and benuly., night to Nee Hull rlKK'tl bley- there. well spout and ljoiiriieil, Met Owner and Proprietor.
The lies HIM with the Aeloelty\ of thus, a 0
town pnnillel with the speeding .
Jim HI! 1fut.i.lolly : .
E. Prell Now York broker is at nu nKiliil
1 Hulifux tutor mid extends for wind livforn n stllf hn'( /(! nlunu the a .
J nearly tho Lone Goodall the ....*..**..*..****.*..*..****.**.********.*.*.*.* oa4ot
i two idles bug' th,' Hliore. Thin mnootli bench, thin alTordlnK( the most Hay, enjoying
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rli'i-r l Is! the ri<'light' "I'I"* angler and exlilhiriillni; spurt Known to iiiini. lieHltles salt Kea air. After the races he will [ Hill - -- "- ------ -- -

1 the 3'al htsutnn uml fw'Ins one uf the tlu'we. inlleH of IiiinlHlielled.piiliufrliiK" wend his way homeward. TiU'Milay. Mr. l>avenimit'' arrived ++ ++++++.. rr+++++t+++++++++++++.++++++++++++++++++++++

luwtie Krent.'Nt ntlrn*'Dons. linnlevuidH bring tin lo\er fir I and, ixbimily. eniriiKed) In patting Iieriretty + +

Tim main inclines Hint inn "o(- the wheel l mid M'lilHi'H.. Into, dlrc<.t ( I'ottnao In "nler.Mm. i Hotel :
ulli'llth( i or I its'''''''.'' Hie river are touch \\ith tin iiialnlnnd over tin Port Orange Pickings.:
nil/ lull feet 'liln. lleiieh brand lnlilKi-H, lilrli tint ,> lemlld \11'11:' .\. Junes, nf L3'uu, Ma***., + +
\\ cviepl" Hh..t.whl..11 v span/ j Mr. .Ion. K. \\hito of Ocean, Grove IIIIH
I U obmit sixty live feet, but hUH flit urllx KlviT.Tliu JII.III, NutiHtantiiil lea wall built In trout spent' u few Buys with II'.I li.; II. HiiniHli'in i Despland :

f li half mile of. upon, beniilifnl nturutiiittlng bench from time miudy, Mil IT>i In of IIIH lovely, Inter( home hem. 'hug mi I"i't.1ny.'l'hu' :: "THE FA\ORITE" :

g upon| IU 1'iiKiern i-lile, it'hero the lowi'St point lit elilitlile, lueuHiiri'H \'1..1.1.l "-,," tt"tlmrten-d( 1'iiiliiy +

tliu east. AViiu-H'bb mill How is mist nlung uliunt fits. feet and tin iMcniKc: depth, Tlie.Aiitoniobllo AHHiMlationpaired hate rn- to take a jmrty to :New, :Smyrna.Temiix :: XOW O1 KX I
time. road) in front of tin- FI"IIIIIIIIII
1 und ""I'ONItI! h ciiiues the, euollng, of Ibis surf measures nliniil twit feet. + +
r liirlKoratint mill heiillli' / \ lllle lireexes A eolitilinoim DentilKvxell rolls 111 uperty. uml, 'teanii'ter'' are nt work + .+

,. from ulT tho wide, AI hi n lie, \\hleli from the urea from one lit two feet In .\tr. and :MI'D. Wilnmrtli of IJI'oBI.I'n. hauling' marl' on the liaytmnt and 1 Ur- :: r CS: rFltLeon : :
1II1111.lrun.l. +
. ; temper Ii .lust rumler the lliillfiit: clinmtu depth. miller normal coiidltlonu, milkln N. \'., arrived Friday.MM. +

'1 1'1- QUit of the muHt perfect In the world. tin liench nil nttriiethu, and nljHOlutuly \Vt'herttli-ututu( [ tIingupt\ | stew i'ottage : Desplaml] +
C. :M. :Milburn and little Dorothy
Diijtuiin him ninny miles or well.grndvd safe pliieif for Hiirf-bnthtnj on his miner Int.Mr. +F Owner and Prornlitui' +
I" moved to St. Angimtlne Friday, where +
U ;. limited mid Khelled ruiiilH mud Hero the Infant n' well tic tliu ('i'eyImlred +
they will roHiile. ) nnd :Mn*. Rook 'tl'.) ,'qll'Io.,1[ | nunievVorklliisHeik DAYTONA, FLA. {
.ktrvvld, rtndeiiug It the veteran' of iiiiiny mumucrs, run + +
K Wb.olmatt'a Paradise solely i-iijoy' the luxury of n sin bulb Them won a very eutliuuliutlr road) \ f for a inolonuredU xtttttt
with Mr- '1'11Irr. Mr". nook'Hmoll..r. +tttttt++itt+tititttttttttitttt >
it ++tttt+t+tt+ti +
1t1 uml added to these, but a mile away throughout!! turner part' of the your, meeting hell in Ridge wood Ball I'l'May,
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i. Theyill neeupy(' ItoeIIIn. = = = O"- '
4 lire tlilrty. milts of Hinoulli, hard beach, while the strong mud expert sot humor, night' :SlcHt of our citizens attended us "

r that affords nil unrivalled eoiirmi for emu ventiiru out further I"t.."" hls well an 'I' J. :Murray, of New Kinynia I Tlio lunm-li" "'ft neski'. n tuined (snot .:./TV. Vflv. i.k)lkJ f*i C)f v >>.. Jt. *

_r.' long dlMlnueo cycling! mid driving or Ureiijjlli uml skill In battling with the r and Mr. Hathaway of the Automobile I Maine. i :

fl automobile. luexbniiHtlblu of tutu might .
; racing. No town of ocp.iiilII powers ; --- ---

r. Izv, North or South numbers gomuny (ocemt ********************************************* ********* I THE COLONNADES. :

i hc'i'luicii, niul t'yclUiit lit n far The Peninsula .*. -

;r: oiltu jmMlmolth thus I"'IHBIIIII.. lying b..t"cIl1l1'I\'I'r nnd ocean la one- .... = Seabreeze. :

I;. iiitr and rvlnU'r. half-Iullo wide" and IH being rapidly ..

I The Beautiful Cottages Improved, and ttieue nru many lino coltagoa This space for sale i A HOUSE OF EXCELLENCE. ..
I : Hint liu\o liwn crwtcil Unrliitf the pant und several good' hotels uIIITU .

t !:. JI>.M' ami tine. l.clnH built tiro ruixlur house, two ixetin plern, beach .... A. B. KIMBALL. E. H. FAUNCE. .

11 iK Iiu} touts n' fuinuiM fur its :lino aIUoii mid a large casino. ..
bums iii for ill beautiful river *
A Remarkable Featureat '

1 J'l'Illli'nu'iiiii'H lu Its ,Ulll'IK unit, 'UollH.they nri luhllng\ Unytomi linn been, the yearly 1m Price $$13.00 For the Season. 'W :W'DW4fW WU :WWoJrWWWH: : Jf

rovL-mcut In tlio tylo nnd value ot ------ --
:Nut tilt leant of lime-so. ntlrnvtiunt/ tothou
the bulljlnt. that aro belnt! erected I
teciirlnii homes In thin -
t i, for Louie Meu of cnpltiil of the The
and runkliiK iuiul only to IiculUi Cleveland
(sullies North and West have become awaken .
niul lii-rfiH'Uuii of eliumto la
; the' hunt tout its iioiiiluUun li cLIofljouiJu od to lit ndvnutnfi'U, for winter, rest :Magnolia Avenue, one-half block from Postoffice and River front.

I It' ; (- .. ...1 l of eulLivuted uml lutelllcflilivuple deuce, nuil \'uluahllots are being; .................................................... New and Neatly Furnished Rooms Single or Ensulte. Bath Gas and Steam

I i r t / ncciistoniwl to tho ri-lliicmciit< purchase. and costly houses benullfu Heat. Special attention given to the Table Fare.
In dvsltfu mid Qnlsb, are being, erect
of house niul norlnl life. Aildi'il to ed ..... ... .... .. .. ........OHThe I'lionoafl: 2R. SPENCER B. GREEN, Prop.
und Itaullful lioiuca time abodes
r:' three fentiirwj cue good churches, good b: _
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> I'ublli', nnd in-lvuto HehoulM. stores, oX !weultli told mltiiro, are wuHIplylngKejibreezo St. James -
: (City lieauUful and
hot cii, hiiiiiUry, meat markets, noeltynorUi ,
Qooiliill time Ocean, SEASIDE INN
are oil -
an opern holme ('I.'lrlIIgIII... MRS. W. F. QAMBEAU Proprietress.
:. for oldu of this jioiiliiHUhi aeross: the" Hull I .
street niul Louse
Illiiiiilnntloii/ n AND FURNISHED
I good telephone| "oy.stein loo factory. fax Ither from Iiiiytonu. Hoard Moderate., Excellent: cuisine and bust ..l "servlce.. :Menln I!lornieh- COTTAGES.

'.j' LllyYatcr Woik' '', niul hot and cold] At tin foot of Uceun lloiiluviirdScnl ed with or without room. ; Everything Modern, Homelike and Comfortable

t bulls, etc., niul \'r'UIIIII, elm nail bo >re'>Kt, n Her reiieheH tint feeaeros No. 310 Palmetto Avenue, DAYTONA FLA Hotel directly 00 the Atlantic Coast Surf! bathing and sea flHhlnlt' UIlIt1ll1'' ." .1.
i tile Ix'iuli Auto the nwelllni lnrv-
f 1 life procured IK nciviwiiry to uinko surf of the on-aii. TliU' pier. Is 11 ........... ... ... ........ .. ... ...... ..........NN. RATES ?2.50 SPECIAL nY THE WKiKH. :!: .:.

An Important font F. STEWART Prop. Ooodall ria.
lire In the retort of tlioiw who dcllb
.; i. tli. lieiilllifiilncs of tUls town l 111 tile spurt of Jl..hlntf. Tho surf ..iitmFttt..iaft Mtf..telltlft..ftttfOtOS{>rltitt.t3'.t ewtsOtt sma

., Water Supply hero abound lit trout, ioiiipuno, jcl I "THE PINES" i*********..****..**....***.***.*..**...**..***.....:

lowtall cuvnlle, \thltlni! drum. i
l' ivliUL 1 M lorhiHl, from numeroui aberpihend anil many other varieties A New House just completed, with all Mndern r.t1I1VPul..n .uI i The Palmetto House. :

/ of eillbli\ HMI.| TJtirlns the full HCMISOU ACCOMMODATES: fi0 R.\'rJ.S: :jt s.! ,n I'lm 1)\Y .\XII IT ... |
I probablyg00 : sTu-tut deu bass : :
... .. ulTu'rds"royu MRS. J. B. H'NSKY' Well Known and Popular. i iOverlooking :
by boring wells to the sport and It ling been no iincoiniuon : Proprietress. ... i
depth of from 80 to 120 feet, panning 338 S. Ridgcwood Ave. Daytona. Florida !: I
occurrence to land a tboumnd poundsof : 0
4 through Hcvei-nl atrnta of rook, and this eanipy flab lu an afternoon" ....tttttt, 1:

{.:. tbla U'iib assures purity from all : ndlvldunl* of them rniiKluff from -- .- -.-. 1: the beautiful Halifax River,

urfuca contaiuiantlon. TIle water Is Ifteon to tlility-Jlvo poiunlH weiulit. V aytona..A
lightly :
;.. Impregnated with tnagnenln Not only .dots tho ocean offer title 2
and [run, nml holds sulphur lu the house. First-class in
f: plendld short but the Halifax: idler : all respects. !
t ibnpe of
gas, whli'h soon pnraoi away, only half n nillo bark i.f I the wean, u

h f.l:. The Popnlation ., Da t..* equally famous fur lln Ituo UsIiliiK, Now open for :S 0 .:.
proprr IH iilnint 1SUO. Ail.le.1 to and Ilionrletlon that C
abound In Die 0. CHAMBERLAIN :
; tills Is n mibnrhiin' poiiiilutlon on mainshort ocean nro prexent' In I slue" rlir.Iliintlmj season tgo.l.gax + .... PROPRIETOR.. .
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aunt iienliiHiiin. of nbout 1,000! nt and INIiInir KMHI. I'x: rK .......... ..................+le.545CCThe

V- *" Klnipsfon: niako, ( M,| Pi.nhri-or.o, or crlenciil gut'Ides and dogs limy be had -
I : OoiMliill. 1 Heiilireexe niul Silver. llenrll. .
,oji" nt rcnwiimlilo' prlri's.'
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