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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title: Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: November 18, 1905
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Daytona Florida Saturday November 18 1905. Vicinity.: -
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't 4 "8eimtor' .Morga's Slo an."Two Miles a Minule"An. i" COMFORT CORDIALITY CUISINE(

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s ) Inter sting Interview with the Nestor of Automobile Racing in America. NOW OPEN.

> !] The Ormond-Daytona Beach the Finest iu the World" S. H. MOSELEY Proprietor.Situated .

\/ January Races to be the Best Ever Held. on Volusla avenue, Rates on Application. .
r All Styles Kinds and Sizes near the Halifax River. Table board a Specialty.

W. J. Morgan, more! familiarly endangered and indirectly the future 1 ris Park, last July. His time was ELECTRIC LIGHTS BATHS AND ALL MODERN !lIPEOVESIE.YTS
rfl*- r known by his associates as "Sena : of the sport be placed in serious 048,151-5 I II II ; seconds slower than the

With the best of mattresses and springs. tor" Morgan, the man most prominently I I jeopardy. t time made by Bowden on the Florida *}1 STANLEY HOUSE run in connection as a rooming house

iT i identified with automobile Each of the northern beaches has i beach.OrmondDaytona. ****************************ft*****.*ft.***.*********
racing and motor boat sports of any ample room to start half a dozen records are -

Call and see our New Goods. man in America, if not in the world, cars in a single heat. equally wonderful. Besides running . e o s v e e ..e '

was in Daytona Monday and Tuesday But for long races the Ormond- 1 100 miles and making seven 1 .

v in the interests of the great race Daytona beach enjoys such points of turns in the record time of one hour t

meet to be held on the Ormond-Pay- of advantage that its superiority is 4 eighteen; minutes and twenty-four

tona beach January 22 to 27rf not to be questioned ;seconds at Ormond last winter 11.W. .

i TOE BIN6DAM & MALEY 'CO. The Gazette-News was favored In the first place, the sand itself :Fletcher, on E. R. Thomas' De- : When You Wish : .

with an interview by Senator Morgan seems made for the Durcose. It is"Senator" Dietrich made the best time for fifty .

and during his conversation he miles, 38 minutes 58 seconds. .
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stated that even this early the MtDonald placed to his credit anew .

!FURNITURE UNDERTAKING manufacturers, racing men and record for ten miles, 6, minutes i ,
others interested were beginning and 15 seconds. The best : to start life on your own hook, just .
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(to store
tory arrangements for the coming minutes 32 2.5 seconds. This your up our
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i.-.-- meet on this grand course, whichhe was made by an amateur, E. H.' .
will load it with the necessaries
characterized as the "finest Thomas, in his 90-horse power we .
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stretch of racing beach in the Mercedes. These are wonderful ,
: It makes for kitchen and dining .
+. y world, known to man." "All other A .c-'i._ ..' figures. Anyone who beats them room.
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be ll'llt.tj" continued Mr. Mor- .t, .. ?74u at the forthcoming races will have .

7)ffi a man gan "sink into insignificance when .: ,..!.'......-... '. to go with the speed of the wind. .

; i compared 1 with it, ami at the races Moreover Atlantic City and Cape

I held on the northern beaches, all May threaten to go after the times .

w a: nervous drivers acknowledge! that for a for the sprints next year. It is, tt Mason & Wall Company, .

straightaway course and fast time therefore, not straining to say .
when he hold of of those highly .
Wit. gets
,. none were to l he computed to the \, that a year is likely to see the
I \V. H. Edmondson, Mgr. 119 N. Beach St.
.r,: : magazine advertised shoes, and finds Onnond-Dajtona course." Ij j II I auto desert the perlieus of the .

x Mr. Morgan stated that the circular enclosed track to fight it
i<: ., that it doesn't come up to expectations. I II Phone 9
races this year will be attendedby out iu safety on the stretches provided
'' About then he realizes that advertising t 101.LARS
the largest crowd ever assembled and cared for by old ocean. . .. . . .
t space in the magazines cornea high on an occasion of ihis kind, I Tuesday, )lr. Morgan in company -

has the fiddler. and that the races will haxe more l .... .'" .-,."'-',' with J B. Moore Edw. G. .
,; and that somebody to pay "
@ .. entries than ever before, the. most W. J. Morgan. Harris: C. W. and.C. A. Birchwood

Our "BOSTONIAN" $3.50 Shoes prominent drivers in the world Laving and G.:F. Crouch went over the new : '
('III\poSlllarg'lyof the shells of .
ina the clam This shell is
Wt u, we couldn't Bell them at them prues coquina Pettepher's auto bus with Mr. Pet- .l 0
pete.On about one-half inch long and is very
account of accidents to manyof tepher as dri ver. :) OUBLE
thin. For nature has been
ages, I
:i The Globe the best machines last year sever- rolling them up on the beach, The trip was made to learn the ) UTY V K "Y..

; al were put out of commission and pounding them, and washing them eondilouisf: the road for, automobil- 'f -- -

1 CLOTHING. SHOKS AND OE TS' FURNISHINGSPECK never yet have the owners or drivers back into the Sli rE. ing and to take a few pictures for an .

& FOSTER PROPRIETOR been satisfied with the out tome. The sand under the microscope is illustrated article in Mr. Morgan's WE' CARRY A FULL AND -
These fellows who left last c .
116 South Beach Street. got year said to show: the same qualities that "Motor Messenger. From both

., -I will be here again to see if they can makes mortar and it packs so tightly points of view the trip was a success. ''i COMPLETE LINE OF THE

have better luck. They all admit I after being washed up. by the The road was found to be in excellent ..
-- that the beach is the best and .
i course I tide that it does not lump any more condition, barring: a few bad approaches -
.1.q Necessary as the Keystone safest in the world and it is there those :
under the wheels of great autos than j. to bridges, notably FINEST GROCERIES
?' y 'r.z?F to the arch is good I plumbing to sanitation they must look to smashing records. would asphalt or a solid board !across Spruce Creek, which can

and perfect health in the home. The day of racing on circular plank.No. easily be repaired; a fine lot of viewsof ..

I ; Hun no risks by getting inferior apparatus tracks is certainly passing. The recent matter what bole may develop some of the prettiest of the many I .
o and bungling indifferent or careless series of casualties have made faom tide to tide, they are repaired beautiful stretches of road were secured II ..

I 4 !y work because it's a bit cheaper the question an issue that must soon by the next settling of water, and I I and the party, thanks to Mr. I -____.____ .__ I.

;S4 We charge fairly for materials and ,draw the attention of lawmakers, for there is scarcely a day during the! Mr. Pettepher's careful manipulation : .

,4 t ii' Li ,. work, because were not satisfied to put I the races on round tracks with a season that the natural race track iswt of his big car, had a thoroughly enjoyable :I E. T. CONRAD fc CO., THE.. GROCERS.. F

; t', in anything but the best. Better our I crowd pressing close to watch the in the most flawless ('ow.Iition.Silll.'e trip. :. uV

bill than a larger one from doctor and flight of the ponderous machines, is automobile races on tlieLl'a.h This road from Daytona to New i'
far more dangerous than prize fighting -:
\ druggist. became the vogue only two Smyrna will be a popular drive for' I
which ia already under the ban,
Carmichael accidents have marred the sport. autoiala the coming winter, and if
J, D. or football, which is likely to be.
Frank Croker' killed Ormond
was at they wish to extend their trip far-
month. Kiser Old field and
: Phone No. 64, DAYTONA, FLA. one because the course had not been thur, a fine road from New Smyrnato

J:.: .---- -- Webb Jay, three of the most promi- kept clear, and he had to avoid hit- Oak Hill, a distance of twelve \ ..San Mateo Cigars...
the went
s W. ..........................................'*.**".. nent drivers in country, ting a motor cycle and Christie's miles is open to them.
automobile to hospitals,
,: from races
machine overturned at Atlantic City.
f marvel is that escapedthe Mr. Morgan was agreeably surprised -I
and the they
: Sin and Oldfield sustained Some idea may be gained of the rate at the condition of the road- :
| Jay '
II is Not Always a ICHriosity grave. at which an automobile can be Have Made
accidents while blinded by way. His camera was snapping (
driven on the sand by a glance at 'on-I
and in connection with
dust. Kiser allowed his car to go tinually,
some of the records made on these
i ii through the fence, and had to have views taken by Mr. Harris will make '

s. i It will pay you to investigate his legs amputated as a result of his tracks.The fastest mile ever made by an an intereHting collection.The : A Reputation of

i the prices and quality of our misfortune and the other two victims automobile was that of II. L. Bow- return trip from,Smyrna .was I
are still in bad shape. made in exactly fifty minutes which .
t den, in a IL'O-:() horse power Mercedes, I I
V None of these accidents could is fast time considering that :
iGROCERIES on the Ormond.lb) tona beach, last pretty I Their Own.The .
have happened on a sea beach January. 1'owdfn covered the distance there were seven in the party. i

aK considerable : course. There is no dust to fleck in 0:%2 IThe fastest time Mr. Morgan left for the north I j
-. : can save you into the driver's eyes and lose control made on the Cape May course was a Wednesday morning to complete I success o the San Mateo Cigar is one of
'' ; $ $ $ at the vital instant when he mile in 0'W:: J by A. L. Campbell in arrangements for what he termed i the greatest industrial triumphs of the East Coast
$ $ $ $ need it Neither ia there 1 i
$ most.
y 0 may at* 8tMiome( / power IXirraoq car, the "biggest race meet ever held" since the freeze
any menacing fence to make trouble.It i while Walter Christie, in a 12-horse: () tIIU J
i is no wonder then that drivers, power Chri-slie' holds the m-ord for slogan, which has been takenup i 1
: S W.I CARROLL, : manufactur r s and the Atlantic City beach, which is all over the county i ia "two milesa I Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the penin ;,

.;,:'.I Si newspapers generally demand that 0:38. The fastest time ever made minute" and he confidently expected -! sula of Florida and the Island of Cuba can produce, and tyro p-
; : sportsmen by an automobile on a track was:: to that time made here at the ped! with the rich, silky leaf grown on East Coast plantations
a Grocer. the scene of the races be shifted to a that made by Webb Jay, in a 15- see
i The North Beach st. II the cigar industry of the world bas never produced Letter goods
coming meeting.
I place where human life will not. be I hor&e: power Whiteslt'\mer: at Mor- I

'T 19. 0Y ---- -. -- --------------- -- ------- -------- and clubs and the Union
| Telephone 1 } .1.'o. : For sale by all the leading hotels by

: .........11111111.........1111' All Eyes On Daytona. I 'Tu as Only Lettuce. I Why Shouldn't We Claim Him? News Company on every train entering Florida. t.j t.
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The Miami News says:" All eyes There is evidently no truth in the The Davtona papers nay*' already

...........................eelNI.iNN..sleN1eSS are now fiied on the greatest speedway .I I II statement that the water hyacinthsare : begun to lay claims Upol/our own twenty sizes, styles and grades to select from. ;

l I in the world, OrloundDaytnnaBeach spreading on (the lower canals: of ex-Mayor Wilmon .W/lldin; but I

Bond Lumber. Company : Florida, where the speed the Florida Coast Line Canal and they shan't have hinvvfen if we haveto FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.M .

kings in automobiliug are crowned Transposition Company for the kidnap him.-Palm Beach Tropical .nufctur4 byS. 1

MANUFACTURERS OFLUMBER : each winter. The great race, or I Delray coriespondent of the Miami Sun. W. ROWLEY. SAN MATZO:

ROUOtl AND DRESSED / .* : rather the two great races January I Metropolis) says: "Captain Geo. G. J"LOIUDA. 4

PINS AND CYPRESS : 22nd: to 27th on Nature's famous Gleason, of St. Augustine, who spent The opening concert of the Industrial M i i.i Iu li il.-iLj liiLiLiiiilijJLjJLilijJLiJLjiuiuli
Q School for Colored Girls will
: boulevard, will be the one mile for Wednesday in town and took a
Lime t
Lath, hingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, the Sir Thomas Dewar International i trip clown as far as the Hillsboro Inlet be held at William's Hall, Midway .i
omce and yards: EaU Ccu.T Monday evening November :20th! H. T. McCLELLAN.
andKCement in Stock. Railway and orange Avenue trophy and the two-mile-a-minute'I' looking up the rumor in regardto
1905 for benefit of the school
JVV Line R7.,100 wiles south of JacklOBTllI, race, the winner of which will be water hyacinth being in the canal, the ORNAMENTAL WOOD WORKER.
,AtanUC! I
1IILIJ5-Bond ltH I Admission reserved
Branch of the F. E.O. Rr crowned the speed king" [ found only lettuce which will do no cents; seals:: a
Kalamazoo,OD 25c. A cordial invitation is extended VVimlow and hour Frames, any kind or style. Window and Door I Hcrwim.Manf .

Phone 83 R.J.MALBV.M.n.ttrV. damage the attend this enter- J U, Cabinet work, Etc. Colonial Column Forth Columns, Newels and BalUtttradea t
.-......e.vN..... ................. Two automobiles- ..and a Westing tainment.to public to for stair or porch work, Braektu, Stroll Sawing, Etc.

]house engine with direct connectedd9pemo New Machines and Skilled Help.
J. W. Wilkinson has sold to Mrs.
andyAhpF'pCrURER Alonzo
UPHOlSTERER 250 lights, for sale.
-1i BRACEY of SIGH GR.\DE I Iil Palmetto Baytf. M. 11. Morgan the lot lying on Volu- Have you tried the Gramling A in fixed for buHiui-sH. Will call for jour order. V5
White, garage near ...
; Mattresses. sift avenue next to the corner of Palmetto baked beans and Boston brown
Moss and Fiber I Shop oil North Kidgewood Kingston phone 123
: 'Old-fashioned pound cake at the formerly belonging to Mrs. bread. If not try them at once. .

-'T.:.ebr, in Second Hand Furniture and 8tovee.Your Old Furniture Made &.Good Mw Granting Bakery. :Martin. No. 239 N. Beach street. Satisfaction Guaranteed, .l
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__ THE.DAYTONA. GAZETTE-NEWS I mutilation.M.Ult1os hare A Chance to Hal[ _
y S Incidents of That lf&oold ever _

PUBLISHED EVERY.SATURDAY I VOYAGE OF THEI j been adopted as penalty by the christian

4 m church' one finds it difficult to be- -
T. E. FITZGERALD Editor to the i
:. a Hunting Trip Ueje, yet the ecclesiastical authorities [3 offered irelaj to }'lc Y -

O.it.Bines...JE. Prtildeut J. 1).O. MOBRU, Vlc pr.ildantB I KINGFISHER. Headwaters 1 Halifax t II Inflicted. and It for Several comparatively councils;:trivial empnade offenses Battirdnrs HOTS:, for ii little pleasant W --$ :

T. E.FzTiGzL&LD, creUrjr *&4'l'realoPe" I I +" ally attempted to soppresa It. Tlma the:

;' THE GAZEtTE-NEWSOMPANY JOHN V. COLCLOtGH. thirteenth canon of the council of Merita.

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you ever get' tired doing the our beautiful dreams of pocket books tiful and full of life, giving us good of the church. The sixth canon of the bole Sells toOtff"r Hittlt. the SUYt fo'rht.; ',, ;
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Entered; at the'Postoffice at Daytona Florida", ea Second Class Matter. same thing day by day? Well thatis and'suit cases vanished into muddy sport council bishop of Toledo to exercise In exclusive Jurisdiction THE SUN an illl1ltn.ft\ '1tfj, :.3. K-.

the way we felt. There were water. Now and then a lazy'gator would In offenses Involving the cap- Cartoons by Taylor, e It.itoria1abiI: :: _

Per Year' in Advance. three of to-wit Deacon So blink his and disappear before ital penalty also Interdicted them from ill have all the good..thingi .J
: Subscription $1.50 us, ; a a we proceeded on our journeyup eye care to read, and.Iou of thing, ;.- :j,
mutilation of the
Major and a plain, ordinary civilian. the river. On each side could be we could shoot. To. illustrate the ordering In the case jof their own serfs, and ordained papers overlook.It -"', :: :.

'SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1905. So wishing to break the monotony seen the beautiful palmetto, the evergreen ; beauty of the scenery at one spot we that bishops violating this law will be.'fonrtantly Snappy, -: 1'E<; J

of.every day life, we decided to takea cedar and the mossdrapedlive counted twenty-seven different should be deposed, excommunicatedand Clear Bright, gonietime Hot &lid ,..i l\; -
i denied the last rites of the church .* "'r.- _"._
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REALTY RECORDINGS REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING. colors including shade of green > -
: RECENT trip. oak. Every now and then the every when In articulo mortis. The eighteenth Women will want it, men wSllw.;:",:<;
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Where should we go, that was the water would be disturbed by a iramaginable. These beautiful tints canon of the council of Frankfort In maud it and children will Cry Fork: :- .:

were reflected in the exact reversed) 794, forbade abbots to blind ,or mutilate IF YOU ARE A ;'<'!* "',
,. ;. Property That has Changed Ownership The Fire Ordinance Again Claims the next question? The Inlet? (good ripple caused from ihe playful jump- of their monks whatever might be the TilE SIX, JACKSONVILLE : :-:

la Daytona and Vicinity During. Attention of Council. Other Important fishing)Smith Creek? (good fishing) ing of a school of mullet. picture by the mirror-like water offense.-Pearson's Weekly.The Io'L.and. Get Started lnBatf. !:

'- __ l Bulow? (good fishing and a possible About noon, as we were getting a the river. UfSX.AVe I -
the Past Two Weeks Matters Discussed. with lots of FUbliff Frog. will furnish _
ff We returned to camp the first boy in everl .
turkey.) Bulow? Oh that's the little hungry, the Deacon proposedthat : -
The fishing frog buries himself in the town who rites us
a letter
'DELuD, FLA., Nov. 5.-The followIng I, The City Council met in regular place, good fishing, deer, turkey and we stop at the next high groundand fish and good appetite. Spent an- mud and lies partly concealed In COPIES OF TilE SUN 4.J TEt1

; coast transfers have recently been session Monday evening.The and an occasional bear. So we decided camp. A delightful spot was other pleasant evening around the weeds where, with his huge mouth LUTLY } }tEE. Th caobe' .#

2* recorded in the office of the Clerk of the the of the he fishes for his dinner. On the for fifty cents in a jiffY, tiften with
usual routine bills were fire and after rising open
pre on Bulow. soon found near the ruins of the old camp fifty cents the.1 lucky ha '
Circuit Court: back of bb bead there are three spines, l'
sented and ordered after which rolled in our blanketsand TWENTY !SUNS! the follow
George H. Ludwig to Nellie E. Tyson, The Deacon supplied the launch Bulow homestead. While the Major moon, we up the longest of which he bends: forward : then can be sold for fl.OO i in week: .

:: '28.70, lot 1. block 6, Ludwig's sub. of the city legislature took up man the Major and the Civilian put up and Deacon pitched the tent the were soon asleep. The next In front of his mouth, gently swayingit hake of a lamb's tail. After this three ym. -

r lot 1, block 82, Hodgman'a Daytona. important matters. sufficient grub to last until the turkey Civilian lit a fire and cooked dinner, morning we hunted and fished with in the water. At last It attracts a can double all the money you send na .
which makes spring
George B. Ludwig to Caroline Jenkins The fire ordinance as passed at tl.-) i chili-con-carne that the name plenty of fish, but our dreams of young fish a It's like takinj marbles from lour Jittle..
( ) was the
|60, lot 2, block 2, Ludwig' sub. of lot deer, bear and other game were doomed the supposed worm when-snap- baby brother-telling the SUN fct .

1. block 32, Hodgman'a Daytona. last regular meeting was: rtturno ciptuiedin sufficient quantity to of the mixture when it was finished. turkey and deer were to mouth Is closed and Mr. Fishing Frog nickel.

.- 4 :Barrion C. Thompson to Mary E. by Mayor Smith with liisxHo. T)1t) sti|'i'ly the wants of three big eaters. After enjoying a good (?) dinner disappointment: has catches had his his dinner dinner.In quite The archer a different fish Tint; number out in Xovt'mberGE'r1 !

: Thompson $1, lot 4, block 1, Tboiup- entire- matter was tinned over to tl.rdinancf .. i Up the Halifax we went, past Or- we proceeded to look for game and Taking his gun in the afternoonthe way. Just out of his reach on the leaf L IX XL THE G.GAME Write now TilE to FIBS -

aou'a iub. of lot 4see.. 91533. committee I and I i they wennatrncied i fish in which pursuit we spent a Civilian set out through the of a plant growing on the river's brink

.# l3enJ.'1IGeon to H. C. Quattlebaum! to draw up a new onli- month, past the mouth of the To- strenuous afternoon. The two fish- \A>ods leaving the Deacon and the rests a fly, basking in the sunlight. --- p oJ'

a |170; lot 2, block 4, M. &: a,'Hollj Hill. mnka and then we turned into one Suddenly a little stream of watlr
unee: and >sent it at the nextregilar Major to fish. You know it does
prt fish and the hunter
Laura E. Wall to John R. Williams, of the prettiest pieces of scenery ermen caught one strikes it; It loses Its balance and falls, THESUNjACItSONVILLE.

|50, lot 5. block 2, Wall's eubiihumm of meeting. which "it has been lot to see. after firing eighteen shells returned one good to get off in the woods only to be caught by the cunning/ little j

"Treasurer Peck and Clerk Wilkinson ever my alone and think while. Go- archer low.-f'It'ld and Stream. '
Daytona. with blue once ma FLA. ; l
to jay ,
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There is channel of about camp ___ _u __. .
A Phillip Corbin to Walter! A. Lang. made their reports which were a narrow I which he had killed by accident. ing into the pino forest some distance ;'... f mN ."' ro..m;... ;imii liiiiiwi ------------. :' ,1 r

: |200, lot E, eub. of Grant lot 5, OrmondJudl ac ptell. fifty feet; and up this vent the sitting on a fallen log and I listening The Daytona Institute fi Ji

James ; lot launch and winding and Then we cooked up some more ,
to Gad $145, turning :
Taylor, !
The city is planning) on opening a to the forest sounds, one is | i 166 Fairview Avenue, ; I
14, block 3, Green's! ad. to Dajtoim. twisting, heading to all points of canned stuff, had plenty of good I THE RlVERSIQFj
of books outlined Mr. with the of Mitw Eva May Stewart, i'h. B. .
4 new set aa by impressed mystery na Principal
C. M. Bingaui Jr., executor to King the now almost scraping coffee, and lay back watching the :! HKS. E. C. 5ARTWELL, n.n.xcr i: I Instruction la Eteiuentar and
compass; Higher
.l Winborn, f 100, lot 22, block 2, Wall't Hutchinson..., of Jacksonville, and the northor dying embers. The aroma of good ture. Truly) Longfellow must have : i Brunt-bra. Children of tourists may con .
the semi-tropical foliage of the I tinue studIes at
I begun home
addition to Dajtona. clerk was ordered to take up the been in this forest or one very much
tobacco) good stories and the quietof I Ii
the Deaconran
-. Geo. H. Ludwig to L. C. Catinan, f 4.:>, south bank. You see 'I -_ ',-;. .
matter of getting the necessarybooks. the made all like it when he wrote: :S Rooms! from $3.00 Upward | I
lot 9, block, Lud wig's sub, of lot 1, the engine, and when that compact evening us supremely i }
"This is the forest primeval
block 32, HodgmanX Dayton, piece of machinery did not require ) contented. "The the !j| Electric Lights, Batlm and 6 -
The Furniture murmuring pine all'
:, Conrad Stubenbord to Emma Stuben- Daytona Company his attention he was busy Then as the silvery moon strug- hemlocks :E Other Modern Improvements S; Attention Tourists :

bord. lotllandSlO8.l0fret of submitted a communication relativeto ; .
: ;
,. thinking out complex problemsabout gled up through the palmettos, anda "Bearded with moss and in garments : 'I Overlooking the Riverf i ;:;
lot 10 and W 100 feet of S 150 feet of jail beds, which was read.A ",
the church and for the solemn stillness green, indistinct in tie :
lot 6, block 2, ColeumnX Daytona. petition from S. B. Green asking as appeared to creep twilight. !f 413: North Beach Street |E Es..a..Iues. and all lovers of Fine Cigars. You ;

G, W. Kingston to M. Cole, $75, N 33bet Major he was looking for duck and over the camp, broken now and then I .. ';'
permission to store water tankson "Stand like Druid of old with -. will find the largest assortment, '
t of E 45 feet of lot 7. block 11, KLgton. held a gun, but the other lobe of his by the splash of a fish or the rustleof I Jmm mmm..c. mm.J.1.am'MAlf ; I

the parkage was tabled.B. j voices sad and! phophefic, j -_ .__ ___. _. __ ___h .__ finest variety and best quality : -
brain was at work on a complicated a leaf we sat there and listened.
C. H. Spencer to Anita Kellogg F. Hough presented a petition very i "Stand like harpies hoar with 1 ::::::::::::*ftM* **:**4M> :*::::***::::::**** of
battalion movement, and as Far off could be heard the murmur beards that rest on their bosoms. ;
Thompson, $1, lot 15, bloek 14, B11, asking the city fathers to appropriate i II ,
"Loud from its Neville H. Clark |
for the Civilian well he of the which soothing rocky caverns, |
8 5 S Orita. was steering :\ ocean, proved a I
4; twp. range $L0.00 for material for an electric I the deepoiml neighboring ) CIGARS AT THE CITY HOTEL.r 4
: Harriett L. Bigbee to Minnie E.Motion (no wonder we scraped 1 the song to woo us to the gentlearms : I '1
light line along Cottage avenue ocean speaks and in accents I
150lot 6 block 69 $ tuna '''ii '
Higbee'g. Iay bank.) of Morpheus. OPTICIAN.
the line and lights to be maintainedby disconsolate answers: the wail of ., Sixteen different braudsoiofstrictly:
Ben Mason ;
] to William Lastiuger ::
"Look there!" exclaimed the pilot, The next day was one of unalloyed the forest." f: ii f first-class
the residents of the The goods. ;
; .. 1175, l lot 37, block 22, M. &: C., Holly avenue. :: : 1
11111.i and we all rubbered, and just undera enjoyment. The Major and the Returning again to camp wesat "o. .", ',". .".
request was granted.The .. : GEO. H. MATTHEWS
:: u Proprietor
clump of bushes there Civilian hunted and the Deacon fish down to I lie mure prosaic things of : f
Geo. B. Ludwig God J. W. Wilkinson Dr. If. II. was a large .:.: .
city physician
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in (
life the of awl
to Maud M. Marab, $4T5, lots lOtf and made his which show- alligator. "The Major re-loaded his ed. After a good) dinner of fresh way pork deans. !: :: :
Seelye, report, .
The next day: we broke the H ::
,. 10X, Ludwig & Wilkinson's bub. of Iota up ::
: 1, 2 and 3, block 61, BigbetiX Dujtoua. ed the health of the city to be ex gun with a heavier shot, the engi- caught fish, potatoes and coffee, we '[ encampment returning down the :p i: Eyes Examined: Free.: H.I Iif [Flrstpub.5tpt.i; lust pub. NOT,IB] _

reversed the and went all started the river trolling from .. L
neer we
gear river the head'waters of
cellent.J. up winding to
fienj. Mason to Elmira L. Carswell, $2 I' $$2 .". ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.VOTIC'K !
back to capture him. We had his the launch. Winding and twisting the Halifax. After a few hours run I At Clark's ii! .
-J ioU and WK lot 2 and 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 A. Hendricks was granted per- :: Jewelry Store.
and hide it be divided between the and oak- with a fair wind and an ebb tide, :: .:1. Is hereby given that all creditors, 1
12, block 2, M. 4 C Holly Hill. mission to lay a sewer from his parceled out; was to again palmetto the launch its of .:.:.........._............................-..............-.::. .L' legatees, ill<>trlbul<-vH and all pcrtooiwbouiMiever
Luella Gittena to William Ljndale, into two suit cases and three hoi deied banks \\eramutoa delightful gave up cargo having claims or demands -
Beach street property to deep waterin three hungry but supremely happy ............... against the Kslut6f tli! late Fritz Under- __
.. 12750, NX lot 2, block 2, JlodgmauXDajtooa the Halifax pocket Lo ks. Rut alas for human spot, cast anchor and fished for ........... man are rmjulri" t l., preit iit Ibo awe t"till -
I campers, who will always recomiueml uiulerhlgueU wltbln two years from tile -
aspirations return to the hours. The brim freah water } COTTAGES FOR RENT. 'tI' : dale hereof. .. MAHIE LIDUKJUIAS
Amanda Bennett to Dana Morse $1, A number of bids for construc.tingsidewalks on our some : I| a tri p up the river to rj'erwol'ktd Administrator of ..

.. .." part of lot 3, block 1, Hoag'a eub. were received and referred spot the 'gator had disappeared., All bass and mud fish: were'quite plen-' ( friends in Daytona. I *4- One six-room house 5. tlieEfetateulFrluLliidermitn, with ,:. -

Alma N. Nash to Margaret R.Morgan, and ---- -- ----.---- ------------ ---- A . A ... .- -- toe. Will. .. Annexed-
% to City Engineer Rogers ---- ---- -- ----- --- ---- -- : urmona, noriaa, pteruDtr 22.liO. ':. .
12000, E 57 feet of W 106 feet of N 135 4 with bathroom, furnish- ,
he was instucted to confer with the Mr. Cochran and Mr. and Mrs. hew o Ueruian Baby I. Sttathed.Of Tile Glo.. of ....bluD. !
feet, iota 5 and 6 block 6 ed.]
; bidders and ascertain if they thoroughly Need ham arrived Tuesday from nil housewives In Europe probably \Vhene\er )'ou're puffed up like a : 5 -...:

the German is the hardest worked toad and happen to be thinking pretty, J Also one four-roomed Jj Notice of Application for Final -
their home in Sulevan
Elwood H. Shearer to J&mea Baggett understood the specifications.The County. and of all European mothers the German well of personal "
your appearance -H
: and wife,, |'300, pa.rt lot 5, block 7, Me- council then adjourned. practices must completely the art muttered the man about town tu be cottage, furnished or Discharge. ;;

mento. Mrs. J. Wesley Johnson arrived of sW. tbl1Jg and padding her baby and tried to remove a permanent spot from unfurnsihed. Notice Is hereby gheu bat fcli'mootbi
J after date, to wit be of .
: : 0111 :'nil day M&rcti :
Alice U. Grant to Earl W. Smith|125 Tuesday to spend a few days with of putting it on the shelf. The German the slt't'ot his coat, "just step Into It l'M,or as II'JUlIlht'reuflu an I can be beard. ':*,

lot 13 PORT baby is saddled in a long narrow pillow a high tailor's and Both New. I will uiake my flnul returns as executor ot
part 6.block Memento. ORANGE PICKINGS. Mr. Johnson's mother. survey your : lie Lual Will uuU Tcaltiut-nt of Henry .;
C. A. ;Applegate to Alice SI. Grant, vi hlch la made to meet completely self In a couple of those long mirrors Keecli. leceasetl, to the C'ouuty! Judge of .:; f*.
round him being tucked up over hisfeet THOMAS Wt. ll EU ELL Volusla County Florida, and ask that the ,
I think
they ba\-e-plt'r glasses, theycall *
100 lowi
part block 13. Meiyeutu.Geo. I aud turned under his solemn chin. same he allowed and approved and that a .t.
them-that show you up tore and 4. Holly Hill Fla. 5 filial Ulidiarge be granted me as such executor. -
.., H Ludwig and J. W. Wilkinson An Interesting Budget News From Three bands of gay blue ribbons: are ,. Aft. You'll out with chastened C.M BINUHAM.Jf ; .,

to W. K,Me Beth, lots 1 and 2 sub. loll Length of the Law. then passed round the whole bundle come a ..f........................ Sept. -t, liiuo Eiecutor J.
Hustling Village to the The phrase the length of the law" spirit I don't know what it is about -- -- ------ 4 1
: 1,3 and 3, block',65, f:200, Daytona. and tied In large, florid bows about 4
the deadly polished surface of those .1
owes iti origin to the enormous length .
:. I John L. Lynch to Local l Union United South. of some of the parchment rolls upon where his chest, his waist and his ankles reflectors, but 1 do know that they reveal '' E. L. STEWART, M. D. i Kim pub Sept 2; la&t pub. Nor ii.) :i

: Brotherhood of Carpenters' aud Joiners Mr. and Mra. Appenzellaraud son which the ancient\ statutes of Great may be supposed to be. e\t.ry Imperfection until jou're 'I Physician and Surgeon 1

s.'.. '600, E aOJeet of W 280 feet lot 4. Britain were Inscribed. The present In this guise he can be deposited as wore than half tempted to throw Il.. Special attention to UKea&es of tbe NOTICE OF GARNISHMENT. !
arriyed from Frankfort Ind. last
block 6, Hodgman'a, Dajtona. day official title of the "master of the an ornament either on the sumptuousbest Ll'kk' them and clean out the shop. EYE, EAIl, TI1HOAT and I N'OSE.Otflce In Circuit CourtSeventh Judicial -
Wednesday.Mr. bed or ou the kitchen dresser or
i. Walter,Van Dora tu John L. Lynch, rolls" la a reminder of this ancient\ custorn. They make you look as If you'd never and resilience: Palmetto avenue 1'ircuit: in and) foi olusid County -

; |600, E 30 feet of W 280 feet of lot 4, and Mrs. Wilcox arrived last Some faint idea of the bulk of on the drawing room table. How fond been shaved as If the hair on your First dour uorlb of Catholic t'burcb. Flol' .la.. jj
the Germans of this of
are presentment
block 6, Hodgman'e Daytoua. week from Paris .Mountain, near the English records may be obtained baby may be guessed from the fact'I iievk bud been growing In riotous profusion -- Telephone-- :.11-:1--: The liiulit-r-.Morri.-i Uaidare )- -l|
from the fact that a single statute, the since childhood as If your hands
Benj. Mason to Peter J. Hawley200, Greenville, S. C. that It figures largely In their picture C. C. BOHANNON \\ C'UIIIIUIJ) u t'orl".trativulIl'allizc1 f J
land tax commissioners act. pas&ed weren't any too clean and as If your ,
lot 4, block 35, M. & C. Holly Hill. books among their dolls and even in undexintilig -
Mr. LeFills Benedict & Pollock'spopular in the first year of the reign of GeorgeIV. the bakers' shops at Easter time made clothes had been made by wothr.wblle II Physician and Surgeon. under the \l.awtlilf |j

saleman was in town last ., measures when unrolled upwardof you waited. And if you're trying on a tli. State uf f Florida!' 1
of dough and covered with sugar, to IJt'I Office over the Atwooi.] I I'liaunacj.I
: New Site for Building and Loan Co. 000 feet! garment they're fashioning for you, although 'adll I'Uintiif, i :
week. devoured by greedy live babies.! Htr..t JHVTONA
Fl.oitn .
\ VM.IxneleNS j
It's covered with plus, basting
4 The Hon r1'. J. and Strand Magazine. 1Vh > Xo. 11. I ..Jl.IIII' feiident. .
Equitable Building and Loan Sparkman family An Ibcen Theory.In and chalk marks, the contrast between _ phou J. .
G.i Brown, ChaN. (i.Iliirnovne i.
Association have just purchased a have moved into their new house on one of the published letters of the thing KLJ the trousers and shoes
Look After the Cents. ; II. Mrljireii,
Ibsen he says that while be wile writIng you're vu..riLg makes you wish you J. E. Rawlings M. D I'liui.
new fire and burglar proof sife, Orange street. A simple Illustration will show the: llilluuKliawlJ.W.
one of his pla j"s he had on his deskan were in n *!... t with a train to It. As I I ilkiusun jaruioII..I' .
care that id taken of cents by one of '
I which weighs 7,000 pounds. The Mrs. Uuilda Murray was here last empty ale glass with a scorpion in the 1 said I don't know Just how to explain Office over GJIIe's Drug Store ;;

safe is expected here in a few days. week visiting her aunt, Miss C. Mc- It Xow and then the animal would big banks of Chicago. Stumped the effect produced. I'\e a notion after To .J.uiH'y L'j\t-lfnrt, iVft-ixJunt J, 6
postal cards are not used and not one September 10. .
Bro\\u .
('liiiu. U. U. MiLarju.CliiH.
grow sick and the author would throw it's a trick of the trade to drive
It will occupy an entire freight car Daniel.U. of the thousands of routine letters that TJIUNK 30. Ballungh awl .1. W. Wilkinson,
a piece of soft fruit to it, whereuponthe you to ordering a brand new outfit. It I .
in transit. S. Robertson has his are written every 'day Is stamped or lia'uiMlit't'.j, ami all utluT |x-rnoiH inter-
fjne scorpion would fall upon the food sealed until the whole routine mull of generally sends me into a Turkish H. H. SEEIYE[ A. B. A. M. M. D. "NtI.el:

launch in the river at the foot of furiously, empty Its poison Into It and the day Is assembled In the afternoon. bath."-Providence Journal. 1sin tf lu-rel.v. iiotilii-! that the GruIifrMiiriin -
Two Deaths at Ormond. then get well again. "Is it not a good
I I llanlwaie acorjHiration -
Physician and
Dunlawton avenue. Then all the cards and letters to ouecorrespoudt.'nt Surgeon.I Cuiiipaiiy
\ deal like this with us poets?" Ibsen Belief About Wave. oigani/l ati.l exJHting nuder
Mrs. Harriet L. Scobie wife of C. are put In a single envelope I I | farilitifM for Klwtii.-al X Hay,
M. Milburn
arrived Tuesday continues. "Nature's laws apply In the The Persians believe that the waves : High F"'IItII.nl"u, \ioU-t the Liu of t tI IIH State ii f Florida, Lag on
j Ray Yil 1I'
and. for letters from the -
ti.- / except
William Scobie, died at Ormond night of last week to spend a coupleof domain of tbe spirit also." officers and the like, the bank comes as of the Persian gulf are caused by air l,rator.I'lit'imal. ami I I Compii-HM-il: I Air the -!7ih day of Apiil iu.-titut suit inishiiiiiihit
\\lii-ii-in, l/nelettn IIIIIWI.
Tuesday morning; aalf vill be buried entering caves which have subterranean Treatment uf E.\", Ear, .NW, Throat, : | .laini-s'
days with his wife and children near as possible to get its entire mull I, .. ,|I.-Ip"/alll] / ) uheiein a writ of
A Long Sentence of Six Letter I LUll Hiul au.
outlets under the ocean. One of i! )! Nnriuim I DLxordnri; I II HI, .I II nia- 1
this afternoon at two 'dock. Mrs. carried at 2 cents an ouuie or n (.vnt ainiHliiiieiit .1. Ii-i Brown.Oias. .
,who iI-.II.i| on
were his Here Is I ti.MII. ( ,
visiting parents. He a sentence of thirty-two the curious beliefs of all- l /LIII'" 111H14J1s. l) .Sfilsi' of \\'O//l'Jj
T: Scobie fur every po&tal card Iu8t 4d |.' often most ::one 1 illlll CIllOIIIIlllHllltH.. II Ii;. iiirgiyii./\ ', I Ii. M II''l. rent'baa.l'.all .
was 67 of and words which has
years has left some Ingenious person certain ancient Oriental
age Thursday for Key West, by way paying 2 cents fur a quarUr of uu closely akin to a < ti;..h :11111.1. U WilkiiiHiiii.'I <-
constructed of the six letters found in ()Ilie,- a' ifhiilfiiif. I 127 :So\ HiJI'WIIH.I. -
a resident of Ormond for many of Tampa. ounce as It would have to do If every hell bt'1It't-ls that of the south sea h.ii a .Miininoiis ail reHpoiideudumivjiw i:
winters. the word "maiden": "Ida. a maiden; a communication sealed and Islanc.lt'rs..ccordtng to their notion, I Office lluura: 7 Ui If a. III...I to:i.G iiuip. m. ,. il-liim-il. to .1 R Tinner. .Sberiff of t
were stamped ,
Everett Robertson is visiting his mean wan named Ned Dean, and MedIa This little mutter of the rolling of the eta Is caused by a ,, T,'li'ilijiif I | I .\0. 5.">. t-4.lu"il1l'.lIh l\,', I H I..t'i.It.) 1/1 tl'. :27th day t
separately. .
i Charles Woodbury, aged about 75 parents. a mad dame, made me mend a die "thunder god." In old times this : -- of .\j'ril. A. I J. I l)0.! :.. and ww on the
full value OO.OOOGOOOO
getting out a two cent
died and dime and mind a mine In a dim "thunder killed the chief of 10 OOGOOOOOOOOOOO :Jdth I day ..j Max. .\. l" !!IIE.: returned .1
years at Ormond Tuesday The )ladies of makes eating of from $25 to god" deity 0
stamp a
g the Social Club met den In Maine." I DR. that the fcmlant; Jam. l neleKM$ tun-
the Islands and was confined under tbd : BRUSH
4 morning and was buried jhe same Wednesday of last week $30 a day.-World's Work. I ,to gHOMKOl'ATIIH1 not IM* fotitiil in tin-! Male ol Florida. f
at the resi- : ocean as a punishment. His rolling 01: tbe I
Andiui. ate fill" h..r notified that
afternoon. Mr. Woodfaii* was one dence of Mrs. H. H. --- --- with rage causes the ;$ 0 I'HYSICIAX 0 I
waves. other -
Knopp.Mr. $0 I I said! .1:ttio." I b v.-l.--h 1I11.lull perMIIIS ,
i ; : the oldest residents of Q Miond and and Mrs. S. F. i.++.++++.++.+..................................... '' 0 0 0 int.'i'i-f.t" ''d! ui*' hert'b.v rwjuirfl to I

Cummings, Xiulcal Fish of Ceylon. 0 0 I in said twit on
; lived the ajiar| plead I.r demur
; on :
peninsula south of
4 the the o
popular proprietors of the Port I Every bay and Inlet on the coast of : Chronic ..,\ -HftSii 'i.iItv. o or U-forv. the hrt-t. Monda.v in Uetiuber; ,

; Boetrura place. James E.Andrews, Orange; house have arrived from Ceylon abounds with musical fish 0 -- 0 1 I 1)0., A. !II., Ix-iiiK the Jth day in saidiiiaiitli
!10 --- --- --
a prominent attorney at Fort Pierce, their summer hotel in :Maine. I i Edw G. HarrisPHOTOGRAPHER : I Their song, if It can be called a sung, is DR. E. R. BRUSH 01I : aguilist, ollit-i'u'011. 'iw default/ "ill/II/ I'1ltt'rI'ii
: not one sustained note like a bird's, but
his i
was son-in-law. Mrs. Roelker arrived o 0 Ln IllS & }'lltf,
Saturday I a multitude of tiny soft sweet Bounds, o .
: S T. K.; thzuUAlD,
: from each clear and distinct In 0 DlN'flT! .
Brooklyn, N. Y. Itself something \ Hardware
Death Mrs. E. o 0 i Attorneys for the, 'iruUr-MoirU
Jacobs. Mr. Lerman : like the vibrations of a wineglass 0 0Xo. -
has sold his lot next I Ctii'any.
The when its rim la rubbed with the moistened I. GO} Thin! ."t,n'nup. 9 .
many Daytona friends of Mrs. to the 10 o. --
postoffice to Fred --- -
J. -
Xiver of --- --
finger. In the harbor at Bombay I
i E. 0. Jacobs will to learn Peck : : Opposil.t> > I'uMic School 0 :.
regret of A
Daytona. Block India, there is a fish with a song .
'Phone lJt'c.ld)
91 !I (KIrht pub. her death, which occurred at her : Jlke the sound produced by an aeolian 00oc
., Friday evening, Mrs. F. 0. Sparkman : i :'
home in Cincinnati harp. Notice to Debtors and Creditor
Ohio Mondayevening. entertained about : i
twenty of the i iI !
T. E. and'0'Volualttt'ouuty
: I la the ('ilUlllJutJd. !! I'ourt in
young friends of her daughter Lena. .................................................... One QaalUlrat1oa. I I Kiwi-Ida. V.
Mrs. Jacobs was seventy-six It "Yes my boy's got a position in a I ATTORNEY AT LAW III Ih,- inatti-r of Hie Kstute of HBuryTo
was a -
years Tacky Party and the t'tJldou h,thc'-as.-i.
., bank and he's going to be president
of age and(has been a constant winter ---------- ---. I FLORIDA. all l &reditor'L legatees. dUtrlbtttWJ
wore Tacky of thA
costumes. Institution '
There were : some day. Associated with and all other perMJiii I" vl"gc'l4liui v.nolmundh -
visitor to Daytona for the G. S. "Bright eli'I" I ugalii the Kiiateof: Heury
pair prizes for the best costumes. Miss FARLEE. i I LAISDIS & FISH dough tli-ciuvd:
ten years. I Jessie "Well sir he can sign his name so I DeLanJ, Florida You ur.-hereby r"',uii.... to prwDtJTO:
Dupont was awarded the Painting, Decorating that no one can possibly. wake out the H..dal l cluliiii anil ilrmund:.a ilnsl bAITs tJflai! Jtj:
Paperh facilities] .
for *
She was the mother J4s. nging. MainiiiiiijclaiiJ titltin I the undvrtlgluHl all Hie oHlct
L. M. "
lady's prize and llllitur .
Allen Tedder, the -l'hlladdvhla Ledger. I O/fi"e/ Atuood Ll.Rk l'lliJlI..lH.: g.-raULof I l'Uflollll'olu. CountyFlorw
Waite of this city. Mrs. waIte was gentleman's.Capt. New 1905 Wall Paper, the largest and handsomest line of wall -------- --- ---- --- I \\*thin one \'.a' frolll date, or your cIaiW I' '"
at the'bedside of her mother when and per samples ever shown in Daytona Imported and domestic goods Dlvldln* the Ta.k. i Inane A.Stewart KKford lily I Ii nml Illth-d cJ"lIIauJ'j111 iliis :Iolh day tie orevtr of Udo Iilsrrt'd'J, )OJ.got.

Mrs. Chas. Fozzard from 5c Lottie-Ob-- well-let's kiss and make STEWAHT & BLY H,
tne Grim arrived to $5.00 per roll. 3000( new designs to select from. Interior JuBS'UI.l'LUl' -
Reaper called! the aged Monday night from New York decorating a specialty. Northern mechanics up. Dottle-All right dear. I'll do the Ai AdinUiUtratorof the Estate of HeJI11

.'i. lady to the world beyond. where employed. kissing but you've bad more experience LAWYERS, V. Colclougu,aJ..cel&,.,.j.
spent summer. Office and Shop, 32 Myrtle Avenue. DAYTONA FLORIDA. with the other part ot the pro- I Office in Bank Building, DtLAXD: FLA i T. E. KU/fraid.

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hL In the language of the villain in the play "Rio Grande," soon .
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expect to be very much in evidence in our line, and in the vera

nacular. of the day, "Will be there with the goods." .

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employ the language of the versatile Mr. Puck, "We

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01 17, No 25 0E.rcv6m. .R...... All Clara. Daytona, Florida, 8 turday, November 18, 1905. .-

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; :.Vas, ,Full of Interes1ndEpthusiasm.--It'iC. Makes Soine' 'Imp rtant :' iWtHI

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::4 Adjourned Sunday Night, After a .. i.tWb!

i : Three Days' Session. Reference to t "eek-HI

OF THE The Grand Jury which has been COU .
The Fourteenth Annual C. E. to attend the convention. Excellent WP : nrdi)

,. Convention of the District Union of'lBrevard J papel'V, re re-.d Iiv ilissWl.ipplf sitting at DeLand were discharged diat> lAnd,

Volusia Dade and St. M'HS seoorouph: and Wednesday noon, after a nine days the i
1 "Ten Reasons
Why" : session.
"!"lfacie counties convened in the ConH Ht>v. E liimn 1 1VI1\.a. Viof. Ens- hug ; eonna
service.Monday Not for many years have so many ;
&gational church on Friday t-\'j>n- iniuter-lftl I the .
: before the Tived
matters been brought 4
'tv Nov. 10. morning devoted to FIRST PRIZE-A BUCK JUNIOR RANGE fully *
1 body and for that matter, it is not ::; map!
The first session opened with a unfinished business, reports, etc., t the ;

f Piiise i service, led by Win., lloxh). I[ The following resolutions were MAY .KNIGHT. frequently that .a grand jury is and) i : 'I
drawn in county which a has a )!!" | .
Dr. March then gave the address! adopted:

Welcome' which was responded to Your committe of the Fourteenth SECOND PRIZE-a Junior Nickle Plated Ice Cream Freezer 1 1I" Criminal'has.Court of If coord,as Volusia ) : pianFJ 1

Mrs. Hill of Glenwood after of Christian En- County
-by1 Annual Convention who I Ig Bt'besf
4' winch an adjournment was made to deavorers, desiring; to express grate- HAZEL MYERS. As most of our readers understandthe mi )

: Sh, e social hall which was tastefully ful: appreation on -behalf of the grand jury is a secret body and help

decorated'' for the occasion. Music delegates, present the following resolutions TtjlRD I R ZE--a Qold Plated Pair of Shears many grave questions are considered / "
; it which become '
by never eni
moth vocal and instrumental, added :- I =

,T'tfl'the* pleasure of all. Refreshments 1. To all those who aided in the VIOLET ZUBER. True bills were returned in three.' lice)' ) i in c v
l* capital cases-two for murder and
served the ladies and : > I vWe I
f'were by young service of song and to those who < pride
e "*delightful hour was passed in i I one for rape. and. | beada
the Lord their
the of
gave to praise whom
the committee to was indictment also
An rturnel.
.mfetin old friends and making i I .
I special musical gifts. referred the decision of the "Ten Host i against the officers in the old Orange I '1'
<-nfli__ ones. j t
n 2. To the Christian Endeavor Society Reasons Why" Contest, respectfully ', City election case. This case hasorriipifd ,.
rv'Saturday, at six-thirty, the Quiet .j.j1e
and their friends, in Daytona, decide that sheets numbered Nine I the attention of the County tnuu
Hour led Mrs. A
Service was by F. f>
for the graceful courtesy of the deception (MAY KXKJ11T.l ) One (Hazel Myers ) Judge's court, at a preliminary hear-
t t ite The morning session was on
reetc" in Endeavor Hall, Fridayevening. and Fourteen (Violet Zuber.) respectively I in", and I of the Supreme:; court, and and ( \ ha:

be given the First, Second and .
i it in the Circuit court. The
now comes
Ls, Miss Noble read an ex- up
i dent on "How to Obtain 3. The Pastor, the Church and Third degrees of merit. II This is the case! where tho election All .
paper the Christian Endeavor Society of J. L. \vRlQMf f !"' } ) !\
oHirers at Orange City were
"New Members,1t and Rev. Ed mom] I -pe
the First Congregational Church, OEO. H. LUDNVId 4 of falsifying the returns. of
Wells one on the "Essential Ele'nKJjita side
for their thougtful kindness in the Committee One indictment also returnedin .
x of Successful Organization. t was -.
x'i! '" Il'he afternoon was given to Junior arrangements for the comfort of the \ an illegal selling whiskey m.e.: .] y

.'wo'f ?tk. The Junior society from Or- delegates. Before sending the J paper: to the Judges: that of I. C. Clark a negro of this .\ | a
the Juniors I 4. To the good citizens of the the names were cut from them and a { city, who was recently; (convicted in I'
) mood<< joined Daytona tl
town for their share in the seriel number placed in its stead so that ) ) "
generous and
Court of like offence
Mayor's a ,
conducted model
add together they a i to the ": )
this the Judges were ignorant as name
entertainment their homes in
z .prayer" meeting. Mrs. Ruger gave in : of contestant. THE FIRST PRIZE. then decamped.At l I -
*too boys and girls a bright and city of ideal'beauty., } Christian I -- ---- the close of its deliberations and I I fr

Tftlpful) address. Mrs. Butler ands hospitality;; FIRST I'KIZK.: SKCOXD: 1'KI/K: the body made the following presentment rich i

5. To the churches of other denominations affairs on
: Bracey read excellent papers' 1. 1 &M'anele it has a white enamel oven.' 1. Because it is neat in appearance and improves regarding general for Clerk.'f. q,
'b"' ork among the Juniors. who omitted their usual the looks of any kiU-lu-n. Volusia. County. rjoRd
appointments on, Sunday evening 2. Bet-aunt it has a white enamel reservoir. In Circuit Court, seventh Judical Circuit -
i8aturday evening was largely oc- 2. I tit> the moft economical in the use of fuel. the \ <}
to unite with us in the closing 3. Bemuse it uses! leys fuel than other ranges: State nl Florida, County Volusia.
ied able addresses Rev. E. t
co by by ,
3. It in the l-t made for baking millrual.tiIlK. : .
range; I'aiiTei-m, A. u., 1JU\ ;
u. Butler and Professor Enaminger. exercises of the convention in the 4. IlK-auMf it has tvautiful nheLha tl iUJIIl 1Ig'II. tItAMu.It uv I'ltKHKNTMKXT.: only

'):Helpful Quiet Hour Service Sab- Congregational Church. ">. 1 Hecautte it han a hot blast tire box. 1. It is MI simple in construction that any one the Honorable flTo Minor :S. Jones, lit', {

t ilfii; morning, was led by Rev. Dana MRS. CAXDACE BUTTS 6. Because you can burn either coal or wood. can understand it. Judge I of the Seventh Judicial Circuit and ; 1i ,'
k rsiirrill CAROL ROSEBOROUGH of Florida, in and) for Vulusiu County
: 7. Becaune it i Las large warming floret i on top. I 3.: It is BO well made that it will last for J"arli the
"K ? f"'he' afternoon session was filled EDMKX WELLS. Your grand jury for the fall term of the .....
8. Becauw the (i iriilier-Mon-JH! Hardware Com C, The oven Wing, : enameled) insures cleanlinessin Circuit Court \'olullia."UlIllty beg to
,w th The officers for the new are pnbl
good things. Helpful year ;
papers baked iu it, that they have finished their du-
,, .-, pray guarantee every one. every thing roasted no possible report( is ; .
"" arasa by Mrs. Botts, Miss Hazel President, Mrs. Edith Hill. chance for bits of iron rust falling in the ties and make thin their final presentment
y. I IWauMH it has ah extra tug( <>,.trungasb (pan.
r ShingMien Haecker, and Miss Secretary, Miss Maude Hobbs. food being baked or roasted. ; !
10. I know it id the Itest becaus" Pappa i i' gofng
We have examined) the offices of our
N fthrup, on different lines of work. Treasurer, Miss Kate Noble. 7. The hot water reservoir being. enameled and will
to get Mamma one. : various county officers, and make report
s'u Whe evening service' was largely Junior Superintend e n t, Miss i -May Knight. 4 a good supply of hot water on hand at all onttmeman follows: *> (

; atlebded; the Methodist and Baptist'tpOba Mabel Bracey. times i iscsy: convenient. The water can be SIIJIUH'We found tiisulli.e/ in order .\ :
used for wit is el tile
cooking absolutely
closing their churches' so as Field Secretary, Mrs. S. B. Hane)'. THIRD PRIZE: nn. and comfortable and that the j jail: raider to I|
8 Because the change can lie made) from coul to his charge id well kept, with due regard
1. Because it mates the cooling\ easier fur for .
ji'YFEYER 1 la wood} without havingextra; grates.; This id to the health of Tin inmates, and of the
great convenience. community; but we find the jail is in
lJJ OF J OS COACHMAN I 2. Beeauhe it bakes nicer than any other. need of repairs. The iimiile wood andiron
\ 9. Because the ashes: can IN handled HO easily, \ I )
lJ I :3. Because it lat: louKl'r. without danger of soiling the hands) ; no work should be repainted; tins inside
? FIorMi Climate a Specific for These I Mme
) 4. Because it in an ornament to the kiuheii !s-catteiiiitf ashes: 'on the floor, walls should be replastered' where the ,
"roubeuome Diseases Con- KILLED BY EXPLOSION OF ACETYLENE a' planter has fallen oil. and then the w IwleJtIiu.ticl
? ,t.. which! every mother like and takes! great_ 10. Because the word! "Buck" is a guarantee: of
J. Also cement floor
1 sumtUm u new
Also Scarce. OAS PLANT. pleasure in cooking on. good wat..rilllllud the bcpt of workmanship, )
should be lUa'eII front entrance of corridor.
The Tampa Times says that recent 5. Because it burns leas wood. insuring perfect satisfaction, and making We rftiMc.tfully'| urge that our the

arrivals from California in Lighted Match to Look for a Leak t>. Because the oven is always clean and ready. good the saying: Stoves may come and I county eommisHionern take such action this wi> ) ) | i
stoves but Hin-k's forever.Hael .
IlIa.po; /goes
-mbrida. and there are a good I in thin matter as may be ueeeiwary for
1 many and the Explosion Immedi- 7. Because the reservoir is i altogather out of the '
3&them, unite in declaring this climate Myers. the proper preservation of the building. eat
of the cooking. { !
ately Followed.CLEARVATERNov. way I COUNTY: (;.. :IIK.-\\'.. find this office in
; much superior to that of thePaafic f : :
8. Because the reservoir has much greater; capacity NpNndid! condition and) seemingly well
ha\ }
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yM t., slope'in one very important than others and i is easily removed and eijuipjied, Withthenecesyitrycoil veImIencedfur )

j. fwpect... Catarrh, or hay fever, is 1-Joseph, cleaned. ThcWinnersare efficient work and the :safety of the I

afifcbst universally prevalent in California lecords. Our efficient county clerk and I
the of S. S.
sixteen-year-old son 9. Because the ash pan is just: the thing-never I '
among all classes of people. Coachman, was killed Monday in l looses aches on the bottom of range or on ] his deputy were cXI.'t't'lliugIY' courteous, )

},..( it is a practically unknown disease. the explosion of an acetylene gas your floor when the ash door ia i open. ;: ami wheie w illingly we haul l gave occasion us to their examine assistance the } ,

The climate seems to be a plant in an outhouse at his home. 10. Because it has a warming closet more convenient Requestedto :! records) in the furtherance of our duties. I

specific curative or at least i it, lacks The young man went into the out- than all others. I! ClIUNTV TUKASl'KKII-W *XUIIlilie
;, wj e hostile elements which make house late in the afternoon to look 11. BecAUhe it i is wild by the (ii uber Mom i i 6 Hard.wareeonipany : found it excellent condition. has ;

th rouble, and patients who arriver for a leak in the plant, which had one of the most! up-to-date call and getPrizes. i We made) no examination of f his hooka' in I /
here merchants: in the .State. i or accounts, or any other of the euhmiltyotti.ers
'' suffering are soon entirely I been giving them some trouble. It books as our ...lIid.Jtri..illtallt lII'a !

t relieved. Another point noted by is supposed he struck a match to locate Buy your wife a Buck Range if you want her I State Auditor, Mr.! R'. U. Sadler, by rem Illle) 1
Lt to have comaluug lIit' to eat, |
arfctelligent observer who has always you
comefrom the leak and the explosion fol j ijuesl. kindly ianult.fore the jury andstaled )
and greet with a pleasant smile.Violet. their ( (
#k ,, California, and who is familiar I lowed. : you I that he found) all of t the books }
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with the sub-mondane region of the Zuler.I I well kept, aid accounts accounts.'oi in
The building in which the plantwas
thVllockies is the small < :.11:1Ilt-The main jfliiv room
very num- M! !
l located was demolished. Coachman was neat and well kept, and wa well i ifa.
l)**" consumptives to be seen in \ .
was evidently close to the machine i egWpl.d.au.llt.| | I cijiiiinoilioils as the i

ttt& hotels and on the streets. It is when it blew up and he doubtless I pn'eehit.ir.nills.tuMeNreyuire. but thevault ,. ; :
t feet that a great many people who ii Meeds more li(1tt1111 icntilutioii.We .
.t- did not realize just what had J I : GRUBER-MOHIS : lIa !
came suffering from the early stages I happened.A ; I ivsNfil| > recommend and urgentlyrtiii.nl .

tif.this dreaded disease are entirely our rount.v comminioncrxput l \

eared by residence here,while many crowd of people from the store, in a large xvindo-.v, as lar ,e as tin bu :

cniwrB prow no worse and show no the street and nearby houses rushed! ROMPANYc. I "pae will admit and. thusdoaway with IIIi h

I to the scene, hearing the noise of It present musty smell ot the vault.Anil .
jj&ial. evidence of the ailment; anditSr III' |
we further recommend that .pule
the explosion. A sickening !
true that desperate .
many apparently suitable repository .IL.with, ampleroom ful
met their Among the ruinsof -- -- --
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cases wcoup their strength gaze. II I ,I I for storing the discharge |".arn ol or |
prolong their lives for many the building were found the Shower Party. Resolutions of Respect.At I gone before, our respect} for his talents the Criminal Court, which lie in an unseemly do )

mangled and headless remains of the Miss Marion and acquirements' our boundless l pile on the floor, making it almost !-
... Altogether this is the best i Thompson, daughter a meeting of the Yolns i a 1 : :
climate in the world for young man. of Mr. and Mrs. Graham Thompson, County Medical Society held November -I! !: admiration for the example Inset 1 iniMssibl.| ) to find anything;, lie l uo,
r consumJrti of in
I. us \\ollllerful'oliragp continuing : placed within the vault, for ILit mustbe \
i $* largely due to the fact that the His family were prostrated with gave her girl; friends a surprise last I 14, the following resolutionswere his professional work a source of uirjoyaiice to the county

patient can practically live outdoors grief by the tragic occurance and Tuesday evening, at her home on I presented and adopted: through weary years of increasing judge and! to the Criminal Court of Rec ':

d'!get aU tie benefit of pure and much regret; is expressed over his Whereaa, In accordance with the weakness and distress! long after !

fdih air. sudden death.-Jacksonville Times Palmetto avenue, which terminatedin changeless, resistless but kindly law the average man) would have givenup ord.We find} all of the offices of the various ("'

; ( '4.Ltj.I Iif' Union. a shower complimentary to Miss:: of the Universe, our brother Frederick the struggle. Also, bo itResoh'cIJ officers not especially{ mentioned, to I lot )

Mamie Ray, who is to be married on L. Meagley has! been called That though words are neat and well kept. !
of little would
Jasper Owens, one of the regularguests avail, we hereby ex- Cor.NTV Uo.uW did) not visit this "" !
"" Don't fail to see the Davis Comedy the 22nd: of the present month. She rom us and his life of continued cress our sympathy for his family,
k of The Clarendon arrived place.! Our sheriff informed) us that the
h'ir8day. He departed Company, which will appear at the is the first of their little band to step luffering and inexpressible weari- left to mourn his loss. And building was unoccupied( doors locket ha :
ness, ink the life of rest and Resolved, That these resolutionsbe and Honorable
peace; keys illllOIICI'/iiulluf our
-l, folza IFoq Pr.c\\herr ha tl ltenioJ. Opera House next Wednesday: even- into matrimony. Many presents, the record of
: spread our
< upon
be it County F. E. Bond who
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..... ,';' .bn !, ..tmgi. ... \\h1J\. -rn- tt- lng., "Mjss'D VJS IS 5aJ to aye both useful and ornamental were Resolved, That we hereby recordour Society and that copies be seiH" to 'is1uukiugitjtetr the safety of the build ,
Seabreeze. that Mra. Meagley and to the papers of ing. The county cleik informed U, that 0. :
some gowns are simply swell. presented to the bride-to-be. love for our brother who has the town. I tbe building was insured.

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"" t N. S. Dayton made a business tripio Henry Schmidt transacted business ENTHUSIASTIC ClUB MEETING. TWO Linen Shower. J:Pre1e"'fn t.M.L.Th -

:: Happening, t: Jacksonville Thursday. in Jacksonville Wednesday and I Maley,entertained in honor kw t t ie' shipping! ;

.................... tHuyler'a Candies at Clarks. Thursday. t C. WUlanme yesterday! of mullet-wart into: dket7Tednes .
i< Many More Cups Added to the Large James occasion being a "Linen f' J *T* -* -f_
)carry the1arlesLli lO of cut. the Attorney T. ,Fitzgerald visited day the 15& isat. There.hate been, '
.. Arrong returning winter residents Number Already Offered for Must re were guests
'1i sterling silver, solid gold Tuesday-waa Fred Y. Still- Jacksonville the first part of the @ table was truly a work of no roe mallet shipped m Daytona

and brooches in Daytona. Have man. VFred week on professional,business. I. Coming Meet. I, great credit upon the this season as there are Bu4. lew .

T'Xmas present put aside now. A very interesting and enthusiastic The designed it. The center mullet in this part cfiha rrrar before -- .
Fe\rin and Wm. Crosby of LOST:-Black cloth eton jacket return of the Florida Eat Coast Auto week minature garden with a ;# -
: goods engraved free. meeting last the 15th of Noteaber: ,. ',aact as _
Cairo Ill. to the Ocean House Daytona mobile Association was held at the of swans in the center, the
-: L. H. ROWE & Cu. were Daytona visitors this posing they usually make their last run:
week. Beach Reward given. rooms of the Halifax Rim Yafht Club by the surrounded by little pick- -
>>teB.' Moore received two autos Tuesday evening, at which \\'. J. Mor- Fisher rape ; the gateopen for theowner about Christmas Dajtona fishermen f I
,\! 'the north Editor W. H. Stevens, of the Miss Pearl Spaulding the talented gan the New York representative of Isaih place-cards were hand- will not ship many ring. the entire
Journal, visited Jacksonville Wed. soloist has accepted a position with. the Club was present. Helen; J : I an appropriate verse. season. 'The law however does; i

Ziea, carrier boys fur tho nesday. Congregational church. Mr. Morgan stated that many new ton, alias was found a small flower- not prevent the catching of mullett .

; !'r News. Apply to the editor. cups had been donated among which at Morl' was growing a red rose which will not deprive residents of .
.'b{ Pierre ri'A. Pratt and Col. FrankW. nVhatisLily Water? Call at was an elegant one donated ,by Adam The jury it was found to :
Mabel Saxon returned from the electric and a small shovel with seaport towns from engaging lit the ,. 4
SB Pope arrived at Seabreeze on light plant. Schantz, of Dayton Ohio; one donatedby try Fisher, .
rt'visit to Titusville Monday.apefruitofgoodquaIity the Clyde Line; one by the Seaboardand Tuesday it. A little sprinkling pot industry for local demand, or using
Wednesday. Mrs. R. F: of .
Balke Cincinnati one by the outturn Railway. that | ; dainty bon-bona with a the fruits of their labors for their

.k{, is one fNeville 11.- Clark, eyesight spe- Ohio[ has rented Miss Lillian Othercupa will also be donated. Mr.I sented the souvenir of the occasion. own homes. : .

ocal market at ten cents apiece. cialist, office at Clark's jewelry store, Thompson's cottajge at Silver Beach Morgan suggested that the n.m-hantaof the jury w were all good and well re S

< all for the season.Thomas Daytoua should offer a rup and that the tilt evidence by the honoree and the Next Wednesday evening Miss
pLPooser of DeLand baa errors of refraction
accept- carefully corrected. .
hotel. of this neighborhood should also could not cup from which they Florence Davia -Elliot I
supported by
:a position in M. B. Aultman'sfUuyler's Shay, of Hartford Conn., offer which in presented to Mrs.
,* one, suggestion) very likely reported to Dexter and a of well known .
Mr. and Mrs. Beech arriv- has rented a house on Fairview avenue to be acted favorably upon. were di the hoateoe.
I I players, will the romantic .
for the season. Smith & Thomas The Automobile Club also! fell into liueur.d tion of the consisted of many beau :
from I
candies at Clark's.Mi83 Catskill N. Y.
t. Tuesday the authorized the racing board to Meleel said, seven by loving wishes comedy, "The Player Maid," at' the ..
; Flossie Bingham has been and, as usual will spend th jnnter negotiated transaction. / : a valuable cup to be offered as a acqnital.! future. It was an oc Opera House. This play ras first

,. ;Daytona. W *Place orders for Boston will lung remain greeD in the
c prize. Morris
itiBg Jac-ksouvllie friend th/past your produced at Academy of Music, :
brown bread and baked beans with More ink-reft is being manifested in first without the sprinkling .
Baltimore and
Dr. las
Langworthy wife and was proclaimed a
it and all declared it
the thin than More and was a -
races ever
J1&lrs. from the Qramling l BakeryMr. year case success by and public. It is ii
R. L
L. 0. Rawson returned Hat- father Westerly arrived the Uriuond-DaytouA beach will uo to life : afternoon,not withstand press
'" extended tria last week for their usual winter's and Mrs. William B. Reed, of doubt see the.Biuasliiug! of all records at tiary. a Khower. said to be a comedy of the higher .
rday from an totngd I order that appeals to the better mss
stay in Daytona.. Hastings; Minn., arrived Thursday the vomiiiK meet. The cane ,
: ,,. Scotland and other "foreign of theatre-goers combining all the .

c.oo itrie Wedding Presents? Nothing i evening! much to thy pleasure/of amour ing, was! Davis in "Player Maid" I elements that go to make an entertainment .
nicer than Cut sil their many Daytona friends. J. S. Matson and family of Kensington I for intellectual people The '. '
glass or sterling
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,:Doane of New n will have attraction of .
;( Hampshire ari'e4 an highly spoken of. Miss
ver. You will find a handsome display Smith & Thomas have this week Ky., were among yeterday's to the.jury company .
in Daytona Sunday for a twornonths' and importance Davis and Mr. Deiter will be re-
viait. of. either at Clark's jewelrystore. rented to W. F. Holmes the five- arrivals. dict minutes was ; evening when the gifted membered for their long connection .

room cottage, on Magnolia avenue, Geo. H. Monroe arrived yesterday Florence Davis will with the Frohman forces and it is ,
g'Ladies baths at the electric light negro said that their fit them
There were 75 automobiles! registered belonging to Mrs. A. E. Barker. from Joliet, 111., and is the guest of gree and tl appearance in this present parts
better than other have :
l they ever
lfl I any
'I I in Florida up to Nov. 15, of Miss Russell, the manager of theLadies' Mrs. Weeks on Ridgewood avenue. Jones to the direction of N. L. played. .-

: ;Frank E. Bond was in )Daytona which) no town in the State Furnishing Store is again I C. II. Helme and sister arrived brutal the the romatic comedy .

niBt- Saturday looking drt.i r.his busi- oftener than Daytaia. No apUZ) at her usual stand, after a pleasant yesterday from Oswego. 111., and killed ISarberville a Maid," by Louise :Mai- New end Chanced Advertisements. :

'"bess' interests. .. the nerve to accept } o. 13. summer spent at her home at Syracuse have opened their home on Beach It is the Davis, who comes from a The following new and changed

: -.W... J. Bethel returned" Monday er- t$10 reward for information that N. Y. street. county and Southern family is a advertisements appear in the advertising -

ening from a business trip to ixXitsin will lead to the arrest and conviction hangs. of exceedingly at- columns of this issue of the
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin M. Christie
A. P. .Anthony, of West Palm date for
South Horiihf. v of the who mutilated Anderson I who has attain- Gazette-News: -
party [Beach has been in Daytona this arrived last night from St. Louis, Hroxvard,
?: of importance in the Qruber-MorrU HardwareCo..Page 3
r Henry King and Tom Cnstello, ) Candy Kitchen sign. week. Mr. Anthony i is one (If the ''and their handS! me Riq'o o d hanging. AnthonyBrothers..Page2city .

&' ead of the Clarendon and FRAXK H. MAYHEW. 4 home is i through earnest Hotel"............,,........ .....Page 4
,;) porters enterprising young business menthe again open.D. put on trial hard work combined Opera HOUIlO........,... ............ ....Page S t
'fePalinettb, respeetkely:: came in Mon- The 'opening attraction at jhe East Coast. Y D. Rogers and son, Clarence trial / '\ temperment and Parkinson House....\.................Page 5

.t. y. Opera House wHl be Florence Davisin returned home from New The ) .
tThe{ undersigned has (Ihe largest gifts of a most dis-
-::t Waterman's. Meal Fountain, i "The Player Maid" a comedy of supply of turkeys in the city. Come Smyrna where they have been engaged CUP day.)inK This Miss Davis he- Opera House. .

Pens, large assortment to fit any amusing situations fine gowns and I early and leave your order for in engineering work. t ander who lowest rung of the theatre I

fchand at Clark's. an ensemble of excellent support. dinner. First Mrs. Geo. H. Chamberlain and of a (' studied diligently while :
Thanksgiving come,
:.. Tickets at the Atwood Pharmacy.Mra. "Sweet" in Event of the Season.
J. Wilkins has rented the'Y.market first served. Yours to please, daughter Miss Jesse and Mrs. her first small parts in I I

on Cottige aveniiethe,. pro- ; ;. Millar's Hair Dressing Par- J. L Oni'M. Flora Baird arrived yesterday from about two under direction .

1iperty of E. L. Uo.ul, tn W.'U.| Savt-ll, ors are now 0|>e n to the ladies at Joliet, IlL, their summer home. and other import ONE NIGHT
A boat will be held .
1cf Miami. 122: South Beach street. Appointments motor race It is due to this ear-
under the Wilson of Jew
Thanksgiving Day auspices Seeley York
made at your home. tf that she has gained
.ll): Mrs. .Inhn Sewell and children, of of the Halifax River Yacht Club.A will soon commence the erectionof The Wednesday Nov. 22 .
arrived now attained. ,
} iaini, have l.een the guests of Airs. Thos. Egan from Narra- drum of gasoline will be the prize. a large hotel at Hawks Park. H. of the

: rSewell's mother Mrs.I J. C. Keller, gansftt Pier, R. Wednesday All the fast boats of Ormond and \V. Dunklee, well known in Daytona, held at "
Co., Fla.,
|!pjhe past week. morning. Mr. Egan and Mr. Grin- Daytona will compete and some and one of the many readers of the H uVliH'k ( of FLORENCE DAVIS ,
Boyne City
nell have rented the big garage at !. Gazette-News will be the !
is lessee.
lively sport anticipated.Mrs. ,
Stewart and arrived \'ed
JHJ., F. family a few days ago. and -
The Clarendon and are busy installing Supported by
--- -- -- I .
from Evanston, 111.. Thursday evdn- --------- I
a fine lot of machinery for the on a cottage on

:::i )g, and are occupying their t ine repairing of automobiles and motorboats LET US HELP YOU BUY street Daytona Beach. ELLIOTT: DEXTER

jn Fairview avenue.jl : Y will erect three cot .
They are both first class

: tDr J. II. Pierson Dentist Peek workmen and will no doubt find -- --- .properly. He was ac In that Excellent Comedy
\\V are oflViinj some attractive pieces of realty by Will Gates and D.
p Block opposite South Bridge, 'Phone plenty to do.
pun* atrium of the mouNt cOIl rvltht'mtlllK them will spend the winter
R 108-2 r. Residence 39-3 r. I I mull \aID 4..0'A
"' tChas. McDonald Is agent for 01111I Bcardsley and her son
The Maid
4 Mrs. C. L. Beers, of Kingston, has the famous "E.er !Keady" dry battery un n 111II1 Xo. ITt) :i 1'IIolIIl'ottnKt' on the east side Pine about Dt'<'. 1. Player

||| been spending the past two wee/sat Frank Webber, formerly agent furnished with up to-dat! ? furniture--everything! bra\ !
fe Sebastian the of and .
guebt Key for the Southern Express Companyat never occupied. Lot 100i2J2: runniiiK from I'iue to
Mrs. W. A. Myers.
...,.. this place but lately stationed at FIIXt'ar the postoihVe: and % block Mouth of & .
II. T. 1 Howard a former resident, Miami, was a Daytona visitor Sun

"l of this:: city, hut now living in Jj/kpi day. Mr. and Mrs. Webber were on No. 1.",:;. .y al.olltItlu. Parkinson House.

: BonvilU shaking hands\(vith'Diijlona their to Jacksonville where a
; was \vay utreet and fronting on the river. Has Ji acre grape !
friemls last Saturday. they will make their home Mr. Webber locaiion corner Ridgewood and Magnolia Avenues
pear, orange and lemon trees Had a large \ : '

a Mr. and Mrs. Charles Doane ay having accepted an appointment 4-iiu-h ttou iiitf well. A place that will make the heat Lights, Sanitary Plumbing, Baths and all

rived week from J, aa express messenger. on the Florida
'i! last P.pringfiaiu conveniences. Table the best the market af
I. East Coast Railway.
: Masa., and I occupying their Avinter Large, nicely furnished rooms well lighted and :

home on Magnolia avenueS [Cranes fine note papers in latest SMITH & .
,,<,:"' 1 exposure. For rates, applfoMRS.
:;; t"Xedru," "Pam," "House of styles at Clark's stationary Btore.

| Mirth" "My Friend the Chauffeur," A wedding of much interest that Real Estate, Fire, Life and Accident JOHN B. PARKINSON,

are the four moat popular books this will take place at noon on Wednesday PETERS BLOCK, DAYTONA FLORIDA. Owner and Proprietor ::
1:. year. You will find them at Clark's November 22, at Daytofla Fla ,II

book store. will be that of Miss Mamie Ray of I H. J. Potter and daughter_ I The Daytona friends of M. R.Sama Dr. F. .. I Ii i

.|t. J, D. Price one of the enteriaingt that place, and George Marshall I mother'and sinter, respectively, of will regret to learn that fire his . . + . + -

managers of the Hotel Ormond, was I Gunn, son of Mrs. B. Franklin Heed I Dr. E. L. Potter proprietor of the damaged his residence at Courtenay I week. EDWARD E. PIERCE .:! II

: down from Ormond Tuesday with of Jacksonville.: Mr. Gunu now Clarendon, arrived Tuesday: from yesterday morning to the extent of from ,

fp; an auto party from that place. holds the responsible position of superintendent Columbus, Ohio. ,, 500.t I tusville [( :
of the electric light boat, tne : CONSTRUCTION. :
U Col. and Mrs. M. Huston who plant at Daytona.-Jacksonville Me *Dr. E. H. Armstrong, the Eye Edward E. Pierce, the Orange Houghton j

|JT have spent the greater part of summer tropolis. and Nerve) Specialist, of Jacksonville avenue electrician has a large stockof tos to

p| in the mountains returned tnS Clark's.J. will be at the Troy House on goods and now has everything : Supplies of All Kinds. :
Candies at
; ., their Daytona home Friday WBt, tHuvler's Dec. 3d, 4th and 5th. needed for any job. See him when Mr. \ .

fe, both much improved in healtlr byfe" C. Pettepher has fitted up his Store you want electrical work done. Iren FIXTURES. .

: their summer's outing. auto bus in fine shape for the winter tThe Ladies' Furnishing day, after
in the Roxby building is again open eDainty cakes for dainty lum-hes *
the coming :
If lK'uitCoo's traffic. It will be run Europe. FAIR PRICES.
Full Hue of the National for business. The ladies of Daytona at the Gramling Bakery.
and will take have h .
winter for charter parties
fe goods at the Gramling Bakery. invited to
of five or more to all the points and vicinity are cordially Judge Ibach departed this morning couple) of QUICK SERVICE. 1 1R.

K The boats "Huth S.,"' J. B, Moore, of intereste in and around Daytona call and examine the superb lines. for Indianapolis Ind., to attend interests
. .i. . .
g owner; "Josephine/. H. Robbina including New Smyrna. The bus G. H. Matthews proprietor of the the national convention of the Anti- who are

IS owner and "Petrel" owned by :Mr. will make two trips to that place City Hotel, has been making some I Saloon League. He expects to be
Capt. ''
l Duss) have been thoroughly over- tomorrow, the first one starting at material improvements of late. He away from Daytona about ten days. : :

W,, hauled at McDonald boat yard andIf about nine'o'clock. The fare to- has entirely changed the arrange- Silas B. Wright, of DeLand, who among dents I NOVELTY 'WORKS' ; :

i put in commission. The Petrel'sHf morrow\ only will1 be one dollar for ment of the office and had the house has legions of friends in Daytona,

four horse power engine has been the round trip. entirely re-papered and re-painted.
in the .
was admitted to practice law insula : DILLINQHAM ProprietorS ,
| six horse
i ? replaced by a power $Do not forget that Dr. E II. t The Hub Restaurant has (0 i nice courts of Florida, before tJijX ircuit have a STREET, NEAR FREIQHT DEPOT I:

| DeMooy. Armstrong and staff of :Eye and sleeping rooms. Meals at all hours Court, which has been in session at \sbury : AKI NEWLY EQUIPPED FOR PLANING SAWING, RK- S

-i Visit the electric light plant and Nerye specialists, of Jacksonville, Will open Dec. 1. Engage your DeLand for the past two weeks.S. past TURNED( WORK OF ALL KINDS WINDOW AND IKXR

,- see the finest baths in the South. will lie here at the Troy House Dec. rooms for the season now. 47 North traveling ( \ :'-;, HASH, DOORS. STORE FRONTS, COUNTERS!. I'AH-
3d 4th and 5th. They request that 11. Gave received a telegram r WORK, BRACKETS, COLONIAL COLUMNS with Plain
!|f.; Attorney Carey D. Landis, of De .all,their former patients will come I I Beach street.S. from C. G. Burgoyne yesterdaythat George or Carved Capilota. W! Make the BEST MOULDING (

fe. Land: was in IaytonaVednesday to the hotel for an inspection of their H. Moseley the hustling propri- that gentleman has boughta has been Always Bright and Smooth, Ether; I'iue or TjpivHH.

jf'and Thursday. He came over toS would invite others etor of The Gables and the Stanley fifty-horse power Thomas car, and for some ; in Price although material h.. gon; up from 40 to .-

:, assist in the case of B. Z. Snowden case and their any services, to House, has been making many improvements would add it to his garage at this out per cent. We Screen year home and guarantee the fit. I
tried who are in need of @i@ !:' !Iit!i . i' .
J.! TB. W. M. Gulhrw, which was them. of late. He has trans place. It will make sixty-six milesan Schmidt .
:f1 before Justice Cox. The action was formed the dining room of the Stan- hour. one deer --

'll/ for breach of warranty of a horse. During a period of less commercial than four ley House into a sample room for The following persons of Daytona Call on J. R. LA SHA

A jury was empaneled which awarded years more than 6141 the wares of commercial and, got
*- and and vicinity have attended ('i1'cuitcourt in the Electric Line
a verdict for $48.30 and costs travelers have vieited Daytona travelers. anything wanted.
at DeLand this week: George A
Mr. Snow- at the City Hotel.
the plaintiff stopped *
in favor of
k,- den. The attorneys for the plaintiffwere lord G. H. Matthews has kepyan accurate Wm. Lyndall of Philadelphia, F. Smith Yet C'ave'mn.. Yelvintf-- rad. Batteries just received also a new-line of Edison Larnpa.-
C. R. Cox Chas Butler T. Sims, I exchanged for old ones.
'- Undis & Fish and T. E. Fitz- list, which results taJfollowa: has purchased the Halifax House on ton,
Tc gerald. Mr Guthrie was represented 1902-1280; 19)314031649; ; South Beach street. The sale was W. P. W. ds, Dr. P. R. Bennett, M. days' in another lot of swell fixtures in a few days.J.RSLASHA .

L J. B. Parkinson. 1905-1809. This will give; the public negotiated through the Smith & II. Zuber Louis Cowan.John Odum,I other
will I. Rev. E. W. Rush, J., Beekman
!'*r somewhat of an idea of the busi- Thomas agency. Mr. Lyndall DougXerty :
Another shipment of package ness transacted in Daytona.: completely refurnish the house and E. Rush, J. M. Fuquay, C. II. Messing .. Smith .

seeds Just received. We can supply is planning on adding about forty W. W. Carter, J. M. McCorkle,o day, fur 221 Beach :
jQramling Bakery Street
-: any kind of seeds. *Baked beans rooms next summer. C. S. Harris and J. W. Livingston.. : .

:. ..Hankins The Druggist today.

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; .......................... There's No Be acb like Daytona's.' .......................................SISa. .sIa& DAYTONA TRANSFER
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Low Tide on the Beach. The two new beaches on the Jersey .1: i- MALLORY !: ,. ::.
F. W. SAMS c. JOHNSTON', Prof>rHor ..: :
Proprietor. tested :- '
have been thoroughly ;
DAm A. .. r. .. DATE A. K. I; L coast { "- -

M Bttts' f 2.00 -per Day and Upward - the testing of them has materi- it LINE Rubber. Tire' Carriages' 'Fine Horses -. ,";". ...""" i;-{..c.
Nov. 1 t 14 4i11: Nov.18 I 00 :i'M '. C jj
to Boarders. .. .
Special Regular lQ 506 II aided in drawing atten- .. -.... .
.. :2 I OJ 6 61 .. ally again ti.: i1 ; \ < .
I 600 '649 20 714 7 M W e are well equipped for "Straw Rides." The ffn
: NEW SMYRNA. FLORIDA >t tnraoatjfaiP
U. t'110 1t ".. 21 $24 818S. tion to the fastest beach in the :: SPECIAL PASSENGER.EXPRESS i
v '
6814 849 'If 980 9115 'Bn e s mee'alltra1naand talks to lTrnnki
U ." 23 10 35 10 n 'world the Ormond-Daytoha Florida passenger any part of -
.. 6 II III 9 t2 .. tht i
7 IGV" IO.2 N. %4 1132 1148U : STEAMSHIPS. : delivered
.I- promptly. Stables
I.1104 118 21 1226 Beach, which now has the scalps of opposite Public S&Kfe.. .
.' i.New'Harness> It. IIll 49 1158 It il U3!! 111 : Largest and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the : .-j>
4 10 1229 r. 12.c 208It at least three beaches hanging from 0 coast. t 11 I36 106 28 213: 2.16'I Telephone 27 \ f:
12 1 10 I" 29 I 08 I" its belt. OVERCROWDING.STATEROOMS .-____ :;Jt:
and Repair Shop. 4. 1:1: 1 013 21\ ,110 3 o'! 454U : ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED : ,.
:t 14 18 HI If a mile in thirty-eight seconds is Important .
.4 16 % 5.1 335 : on tte imps, M no tickets will be sold to exceedS : ::;:
o .. A .F. Chandler .... 16 .a so 415 the best that can be done on. the the number of berths or the seating capacity of Dining Halls)) thus insuring .
111 414 501 .
and it thatit all passengers individual service and attention. S
Northern beaches seems
.. bating bought out J. A. Erickoon A Co., : High tide 6 hours erore or after low tide : PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY. :

. can be found on Cottage avenue, back of 4> ..4>.4> )4>>4>4>4> )4>.4>.>>4> is, the Ormond-Daytona beach is S (See Schedule of ships in Florida Times-Union.) .
? seconds to the mile faster S LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH, S _
six or eight :
: ;
th.CltyBotel. : Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL through the : -

which means nearly a quarter ofa FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS." .
I1 AU kinds of o'
in mile S Through tickets sold to all Northern points. For full Information ., f 4, .

I ; Harness and Leather Goods PsR'a ii mile a run. : regarding attractions offered by no other line; diagrams, reservations, : I* s'M
Ford who has not raced in
Henry S tickets etc., apply to SA. ,

E. Barnes and! Shoes made and repaired.! Florida,after seeing Cape May beach : W PVT7: A 214 West Bay Street, 4 *
r: when I 'th1 r X CifIgCnt Jacksonville Florida. /i4
: Call.on ua wanting anything in stated that he will have to go Florida ,
t line. : Geo. H. Local Daytona Fla. : I fjbiT "
:; j our.. Clark Agent, .
ALL WORK GtARANTEED. ''LUk\ 87.50JUCTRAOEASPICIALTY to try for that time, as it is not S.OSS...S a lea SI II.ISI..............III liii I SI I IllS / ; _, k/-

in Cape May. I '

: The new beaches should, however; : \ : !
: provide good sport in the summer if _
tLe races are properly managed, but
. i and the beaches will in no wise be in the 4 11

same class as the Florida beach. -

; Wood Worker.**& Daytona Pressing and The dilTerence in the speed over Best Line to Birmingham, Nashville, Memphis -' t t -- d/cS8/e8IO -IL

the Vanderbilt race course and the
'\ Thrs and Window Screens Picture Cleaning Establishment I Knoxville Louisville Cincinnati St.
Ormond-Daytona beach, Florida is ,
i ,3Iouldingi made to order: All kinds of r tiiJ11)o11.peIa%
Lltdi..H nnd <;ienlflotliHH! d.-all..l.l juiiitn best judged when it is stated that II. ) !
i j'iixntt.&palring done en ebort notice il .l lvl, also divns making.BENJAMIN / Louis, Chicago and all points North and

- .$.n<
; Cottage Avenue, Daytona, Fla. DE LYONS: hour when he hid his famous 32 4-5 West in through cars. Four Sailings Each Week

; 407 Hwu-li $t.. Da.vtmia. Fin. seconds for the mile on the famous JX

-- beach last winter, while Lancia, who ONLY line operating through sleepers from Florida to St. Louis with ETWEEXJACKSONVILLE ". -

Portland Oregon Ex | .unstlndlanplle be the fastest dining oar service.
was acknowledged to
L Omunent will cure Blind. and NEW .
r Bleeding aud ItchLig
I Jl laPiles. Itubsorbslhetumors. driver in the Vanderbilt race, was ONLY line operating through sleepers from Florida to Chicago. -*
position. II Baa allays a poultice tbe Itching, gives at instant once.acts re timed at his highest speed at It THE FINEST Calling STEAMSHIPS/ at Cliarlfxton, IN ,THE S. C.Jtoth COASTWISE W JII. ?
!. Dr. Williams'Indian Pile Oint I SERVICE.
': miles hour. Arthur MacDonald FINEST dining-car service in the South. t.
is! prepared for Piles and lu fa- per ,,
.. of the private parts. Every box Is The Clyde New England and Southern Lines/
i of mile in Flor.
( SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. warranted. By druggists by mall on re London won a race Through tourist sleepers to California. .
ceipt of price. bO cent and $1.00. WILLIAMS liini-t Herviir Rrtwreu _
m ida last winter while at the -

For wile by I pe Rusel1Seaboard rate of 100 miles per hour. For information as to rates to all points NORTH and WEST, schedules ; AND ALL EASTERN POINTS. -
: DENVER COLO. Calling at JharleBtou iiuth Warn. .

and full information call or write. SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS. V:!
Jul. 5-9
Epworth League Convention Southbound ._ .. ..-.. .. . . . . . . .FrQm Lewis' Wfctrf, Eotiti l]
The E. C. A. A.New President.
DENVER, COLO. Air Line Northbound... . . . . . .from foot Catherine street Jaekwvliit : -

In speaking of the new president .
: 'Q. A. R. Encampment September. HERRING, Florida Pass. Agt.
., i of the Florida East Coast Automo-

...FOR... bile Association, Morgan's Motoring 206 W. Bay St, Jacksonville, Fla CLYDE ST. JOHNS BIYER{ LINK.;
Savannah, Columbia Richmond Message says: -- Between Jacksonville and: Sanford .
Camden Pines Raleigh
1 -VIA- "Asa Paine was elected presidentof 11I1t11 IntrriiKtliafe landings ST.JOHN'S Itl VKRJ: .::

'" Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia the Florida East Coast Automobile Florida East .
Coast Steamers "City of Jacksonville" and "Fred'k i f fare i
and New york.. .... ....... Association, September 2, 1905, Railway.Local DeBary"
appointed tj !mil as fullmvp: I/ravr ..larkwinvillf daily except iSa.turdaja&t>--
It *
JwCeiilralRI'CHOICE vice E. M. Steck '
resigned. 3'M: p. in. IMurning leave :.Saiifitnl, lailv cxcc-pt '\Kuiiilavi at !:30: a m..
JWO ElEOANT TRAINS DAILY: i Time Card No. 62. Corrected 7 ?.
"Mr. Paine, only SOil of the late to Sept. 1985. SouthBuuo4Kcad -- -- N8nlt.BeliI'-" :
SEABOARD EXPRESSand Captain James M. Paine a million- ____ Down____ I II,.. l'p' _.
1 :: OF ROUTES. SOUTK.BOUHD-BEAO DOWN. NORfH-BOUND-READ UP. Leave ilO p m1.............................liii'kBoimll*'..................?........ Anne 2 (OO.ID-;

aire pine land owner of Minnesota, --, 'I 8 45; p in1...............................1'iilatka.................. ............ Leave 8 00 P Ii. ,
i: Two Trains: Daily Atlanta to St. SEABOARD: MAIL is certainly on of the front rank of No. 9i'Xo.' % STATIONS :So. 7SYo.' is II 3 III) a mi................................ A..tur................................. u 3 80 p 11 :
flail, baiIj'91 D.ll1 Dall, bb 4 30 a iu .................St. Frl\ll.i.............................: 200 P II .1
,. Louis, in connection with W. & A. 't't'tModern motor car enthusiasts, and is a man -lOOp 9 40 a Lv __.__.Jachonvme__.......... to. ....................... IVrfbfonl (IIt.I.\I..I I }................_...: lOOpotit -
-. R. R. The only Through morning Pullman whose college life bred in him great I 07 II 9 48 i 'O ...___$u. Jackeon'ml'.____ tv Ar 6 7 U 00 II P II 8 n 60 a a Arrive 8 30 a in].......:Saiifuni i................................; 9 30 an

Sleeping Car Atlanta to St. Louis. o 15 II 106/1/ N __St Augu8une......_.._ .. 560 II 740 a .. 10:00amGENEPAi: ............................Ent..tl'l.i"p................................ 10:00 am
admiration for clean amateur sport, S n II l1:1J: 6" ..__... BIUIUIlJCII _..___. 'Ii.) II 6 t' a
For full information, dates of sale, EquipmentOnly 00 -i..10_? 11_!t.a II __. E&.t Pal..lta__ .. tp 4 ill a PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE 122 WEST BAY ST
rates, tickets and descriptive circulars and especially for that which of all Q\ U II 12 15 p Ar ..__..__..falatlta.. ._____ L' A III II Too A to ,_JACKSOHIliBrnJ:
1 Line operating daily through _6 45 it 5S.a I.v ...__.....l'Alatlta...._.......... Ar S 04) p I U a C ----------------- -- _--:
;:: 4 Address, modern mechanical triumphs leads '0 i-i.) 00 1' Ar .....__......8&0 Matt>o_............... Lv F.M.1HONMONHKR..1, :\.. t.fi..n.1'11"J..-t. 1 L'_' \\''' 't Ray .St.v. ., JaekonvilIejI ;
; F. D: MILLER, .Trav. Pass. Agt., sleepers from Jacksonvilleto I in the annihilation of ,lisL.1nthe = 2 10 p .-800e.. Lv ............._..8an MaUO......_..._ Ar 2)Op. ;aCU I \ r.. rooncu.i: ., Fi-t. Apt. c. i1. LOVKLI, Sut. Jf -
tIup 1 U Lv _.____ .____._ .
II }ieoga Lv :51p bbUa I .
New Orleans. .. Foot .Jnd.t'ollvilll' 11a.A.C.HACIItTY .
17 Prior St., ATLJXTA, GA. motor car of today. Mr. Paine led .03 P 1247 p __._....lIunndl. ......_......... .. :I f' P D54 a 1. Hogan! ,
O.n'1 ":a-t'll I'UHS. York.fLYDK I
C\ a 10 p 1 Mil. ____Du Clnt..___ It :IIT: II Ii 2\/\ a : Agt.Vw
,.... p.p it the revolt against the mankillinghorse 41p 126p".. ___.Ormon4____ Slop 4tSa ". I MILNK., Ci;..IIt>rnl Fr-i>lit Agent New Y rktTIIEEO.
0. "
8 53 1 U __...... ..._.__ .
p II iayfrna :S 00 I' 4 t1 a .
.. Q.
For full information nndIt't'pt'r track automobile racing. 9 eu JI 161 P __.._Port (Orange..__._.. .. 2 60 p 4 sa a ... CQ., 4cnrnI
reservations UI t 25 p 2 15 p Ar ..._.....New 8myrna.;:.. :....... II 2_:It)_p 4 II a I Maiiagor.: ((leneral AgtntChe.s
S. H. Gave call on any aboard "It was Mr. Paine who first came C i.ii.iij'\ ; :I Ar ....._.........La.eHden...___..._ L\ 1245P 010 II a, .-Lr<)iijrh Building) 19 State Rt: \Vw York. :;
agent, or write -= 10311.. 3 lili II 'I ___.. .Orallge City _........._.. .. 1433... I U p
F ARCHITECT, BUILDER CONTRACTOR. out and stated that the AutomobileClub 2 10 'II 4 (.0 iO( II ...._.Orango City Juncuon....._. .. IliOp: II" pII
AND A. 0. MarDONNELL, iiriiii: : Lv .._._..New SmrnA..,,, ... .. Lv 220 406& 0
: '. ";..R Weuce and office, northtaat corner o f Asmstaut! General I'aswng Agent, of Minneapolis would not 'be a 10 00.0( :2 61 P .. _.........Oak 11111......_.......... .. 1 6' I'P :3 I 3i 6 SOUTHERN RAILWAY.Two
_ \ of trustees' of the club otherwise 10 :Ii V_3tO: II Ar ... ...-......... Titultllie _...._...._... I' I U II :3 00 a .
.-, ;Ridge wood and Volueia avenues. S. C. BOYLBTON, JR., Pa nger Agent party : or C 900 ._. ...._. !r _.____. 8anrlord_. ._ Lv iu.uuaT' OO i fI4

Phone 89. Daytona, Florid I JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. to this inhuman sport. o ---._. 10 00 a L -....__.__ 8&nf..rd _..___.__ Ar ..._....... .V\ ItO a 0 ---- ---
Thi:IV10-- P Lv .__._.TUIItlllo ..._........ :Lv HIP 3'ii
z _ _ -.- -- "lie believes that the Ormond- f n 18 II 4 0\/\/ P .... ..___.....OocOA........_......_; 12 I' II 2 U A a :2 Trains -
11 21 4 IS p _..._ Rocklt1dge...__._ 12 all II. 2 16 A ... Daily to Washingto &NewYorK1
Beach is the c II .... .. ;
.. + ." Daytona proper place llSJp 451' .. .EauOallle.___ iI5a 144a ..
U 12 06 a 6& II ___KelbourDe.__..._ 11' a 1 8' I .. .
for holding the high-speed trials for 12 n" II Sf II ____ ...__._ ,..
.l P Sebastian II 1111' a 12 61 a "New York and Florida} Kijir 'ss" "Washington and Florida Limited"To
1 St 6 29 JI 'I _1I.t. Luet ...._....._ .' 111 U" U 00 .
toO 0 =
| Blacksmith Shop all the world's records for motorcars 1 GIS Ii 0 Up" ..._..._lor1l'terce... lots a 11 1i5 P .. --- -- .--.- -. -- ----- .
.C 2 18 i .7 OS II .". __ Tlbb&ll _..__ soa 11 B2 p (I' I No. .:.i | No. :!'' : '1" Chatanooga No.it
and that it is the most safe as 2 23 a 12 ___.Ede"--__ >3 20 a 1118 II Waihingtonand LX.Y 4V4K.. I Cincinnati I Florkti ,\
And Fountain City Wagon Works. I 2 S8 .T 17 I' .II. __ Jensin. ___ u \\I 1 Ii illS P _. Mew. _York, _| Kla K,=x 1.1 m M. _anJCJiicaCo_ !:1II.ul!
well the (I ,
as fastest track of the kind 2 19 a 28 p __...B'uan;..._.. _._ I. 1111 a lieu p '10 Lv .... ,
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The undersigned has opened a Blacksmith Shop on Orange in the world. a 2' a 11' p .II. -aa......WOIIt lupUer. ........_ .. a 26 a 10 10 sa 111 P Lv JacksonvilleAr HiAuguslIne: .. I i1i111, II lUU" .\AUgUM. ..... .. S hip "1 -

avenue. between Ridgewood avenue and the railroadnear the BondLumber 1 ")'Ir. Paine and family go to their Wf .4 92 114 a A 8 e 11 18 II .. ____Weal_....Boynwn.P&1m eacb_...______ .". 7I 72116/ A e 945p 1/1/ :J WashingtonArNew ... .. ..... .: n I.iJIIH 4..a 'TttpI ;>'p Jacksonville>, Teim I IfcPArCliattnnuogu '44 ,>-
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Co., where the best class of work in this line will he done. cottage at Davtona} about November lb.CU. I S7 a 10 21 p .. _......Fore wllderd.lo...._...... ." 1i al It U P II :\ :M-"sew fork and-----HortOn- Kiprexs .. Ar tiilflgli. III -i Its
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; Everything. new and first-class and the very best 15 and remain there until April 1." I-: I 68 A 10 U P .II. ..._..._.B&1IAndale...__.._.. II 6 6d at 'I 6' P II 'IJ Dally.No. No. i--Tli:: .' tl..rldnl.lm1ttd," Dally. :
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*of work guaranteed. Give me a call. CQ !31i ? I11D p lr_..........._.-.Klaml..._..____.... Lv II 2a 7up II Limited." I tally i I lias I IImnl!!h PUIIIILtt1tr.1Ibg I!let to All&JJ1I ;
Notice --__ _- __ ___ Blrllllllghull'1..IIIIhla; and Kansas City
:--You can get dry pine ._ __ _
Daily Dan No ;Ii ::==
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GEO. A, FOYE Proprietor. and oak wood at 11.I:] North Beach Es.. HOMESTEAD EXTENSION El.8un. To A.hville'aud Cincinnati I Train Night t "'1'i No.33

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NORTHWEST toyouifyouREAD __ _. __ __ 1- __
For Sleeping Car Reservations, Maps Folders and Information :
ft SUNThat
The Nashville ChattanooQa & St. Louis R'y. Clear Conaectloa Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company' For J. C!. LUSK. Dist. Pass. Agt. ;

$44 -7ftI SAN }FRANCISCO LOS ANGLES, DENVER, illustrated weekly paper HAVANA AND KEY WEST. -10F!-West---Bay-- St -- Jacksonville FU -
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I I U PRESCOTT and SALT LAKE CITY. printed in Jacksonville and S. M. Hardwick 1TM 1 \Vasliinitoii.D.l'V.. H. Ia>loe, (lil'\; .\\'uobilJgtoDD.Crooks !

TheM Time Tables show the times at which train. may be expected to arrive at and depart Morgan .vi'; Atlanta. Ji.; -
HELENA BUTTE published everywhere. from the several stations but their arrival or departure at the times staled: is not guarauteed
.- $49 9 0 AXACONBA, JIISSOULA nor U this Company tu b$held responsible for anj delayaor any consequence arising therefrom


1 PORTLAND A. K. TaylorMakes For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information If you are going to NEW YORK.BOSTON ANDTHE EAST
the cartoons and all the

.' I other pictures. J. D. RAHNER Asgt Gen'l Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. ,

via Tifton, Maoon, Atlan- --
E Flyer Routeis, Chattanooga, Nashville,
: St. Louis. Claude L'EngleIn HEALTH AND VITALITY


TICKETS ON SALE pungent editorial paragraphslooks The great iron and tonic pill and restorative for men and women,produces .
SEPT. 15 TO OCT. 31 INCLUSIVE.[ after the things that strength and vitality builds up the system and renews the normal viper,
bringing health and happiness. 60 dosesin a boa. Fursale by all druggists,
:; 4. need attention. AfT ER USING. or we will mall it, securely wrapped on receipt of price, $1.00 per box, Ocean
: E. J. WALKER 0 boxes for $ .OO. Dr. )Iou'. Chemical Co. Cleveland Ohl->. Company .I

Hold In Daylona by Lee Russell' p1 r't.
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Passenger Agent WARM BRIGHT FACINATINOLY ( d : -
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Jacksonville, Florida.If CLEVER The Dredge "KLONDIKE"MELTON ,i J ?, b / :: .

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::.. That the Sun & CAMERON, Proprietor. /
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Dredging done in the Halifax, Tomoka and all rivers and down the East fuall *' -S. : \
up ,
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. . If you pay to read this paper you Terms Reasonable and Satisfaction (;JuaranU .d. -
You Ad.lrl'fthe proprietors, Daytoua.Fla.Daytona 0
Your Wife can read THE SUN too.

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DON'T ROAST HER | . . . . :-":- ..- -. -
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Ask us or writi us andve'1l ; .. -. : =- -:;;..--:: ..- -
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: DAYTONA BAKERY I \ tell you bow.PEHIIYROYAL : PURE ICEMade 0 Most Popular- and Finest=Coast-- \i't.\. ..n--i- I'lv'mg the vVed'jJfl :Athutc:0| :.i1

Fromnmnnah:; X.-w York. Monday.
"ZAII to bUl'fdi1
a saving of time, work and money. Fresh Bread delivtrcd :MOTT'S PILLS from Distilled Water. I- L I NOS From Suvaiinah to HoMou: : (dh.it) Mn lay and
Factory Railroad t.
i Dally! : to all parts of the city. Also Cakes, Pies and every !' Sal and relJe..hl.. they .corner. .and. Volusia. .avenue.. .4 TallfB t< ufplii] with all the! li-lifanVs! that the Nortl.-in} atfl f.111't.Aak l1tbf'rnafford. V".V
'ri..t..tl'll'ol.l nlllllll1/rJrogl' fnk| ii\ through l li to nny |'"int -
other production the modern /
1. up-to-date bake shop. < i overcome weaJtneaa, ln "
$8)1) VP'crMH vigor banish pain. : for copy "GREEN FOLDER. oad ::1e'
; No remedy ju.U DR. For rat> of furt rvation of .. ut-an-et ra il r
Ktnt -n> ':* f. QUIGG & MILLER Props Vol usia Avenue MO11SPENNYOYALPILLSSold orders in this office for Quick work agtnt, orad.lrii8
Near br DrurgisU<< and Dr.Molts -
Depot. Chemical Co.,Cleveland< Ohio. Drop : W. R. rLE IEXT Trardinjr Paw. .AMt\ ;57 Hull :St.. Savannah,68W. 'p -a.4L

For eale by Lee Russell] We do the restrrji. H. PLEASASTS, VktPr aiid'Uvu'l ilgr, J I 1'. HoRTO.N, Gen.

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