The Daytona gazette=news

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The Daytona gazette=news
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Ormond gazette=news
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Daytona gazette news
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Ormond gazette news
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Daytona Fla
Edward Fitzgerald
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December 1, 1906
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Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
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The Gazette-News of Daytona began publication in the 1890s and continued until January 26, 1901. On that date, it was succeeded by the Daytona Gazette-News, also known as the Ormond Gazette-News. This successor newspaper ceased publication in about 1922. Both papers covered news of traffic up and down the Florida coast. The St. Johns and Halifax River Railway, later renamed the Florida East Coast Railway, reached Daytona--present-day Daytona Beach--in 1886, a decade after the city had been incorporated. Daytona proved to be a new American city for the new American Century. With the railway’s arrival, Daytona’s proximity to the ocean made it a premier tourist destination. The history of racing in Daytona is also well documented, beginning with car races along the beach, followed by more organized races inland on oyster shell and later asphalt speedways. The newspapers also reported on the use of automobiles for stumping the state politically. Finally, researchers can find references to the activities of Florida transportation and tourism pioneer, Henry Flagler.
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Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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Ceased in 1922?
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I The Adam Schantz Electric Light Lily Water and Ice Plant Residence of S. H. GoveVolusia and Rid ewood Avenues. .:fI I {

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I I wt.t and th- Hlue Uidge jn the east j jI I
used shall be liable for the charge.\ The tides for Oecernber.A.:: i iI FROM NEW YORK TALK ABOUT
MUCH ADO ANDLITTLE AULE-A-MINUTE\ I through Koanvkv, :Salem Pulaski. Wy-I
city charter provides that sanitary ordinances I i
M, 1'. XI.Dicentlier 1 j i thev illc and Marion Abingdon.. closeto II
become effective after '
DONE being posted may three days, anJ the council TOURING CARS. !! I.................. I SI) 1 r,7DeetmlNr TO DAYTONA. the south line of \ irginia, and across I FREAK

decided to make it effective in that :2 ................. 2:31mcembcr : the tate line to, or near to, Iftrtitville, '

VI length of time, although it will IM some :3........... ..... 2:2* 3.U. r. p. w'. ,: Tetm., whence the route w..ukl probably 4 :+ .'A.

Mecting-L-lectrk time before the buckets can be procured.A Cars Carrying a Full Compliment of Deccinlier.................. 3.O1 3'43 Preliminar) Survey tf Route to beTaken follow the'alty! of time holstein river I II The Florida East Coast Automobile i
Council mountain and
At the City of the ordinance is posted at Deceiul-er 5: ................ 3:3:: 424DmmUr I between lloliton Association Representative Interviewed t
copy his from New: York to OrmonJ- .
Passengers to Make 1 Speedat mountain to Morristown.From
and Its I
5 10
Ignored I..3 I
Light Question hall and at the
city armory. the Subject.
Balance. While on the sanitary subject thecouncil OrmonJ-Day Races. IX-cen.licr 7...... ........... 5:10 (i oil |Ua) ton.. Beach by KoaJ.itti I this: point it.'o1IoJ either continue J I on
Solution Still in the

authorized the building ..f a The of trenuiidoii.s. lied Decclnlitr H.................. 6:10 f 52 \\ tt.- "Ctla ;\ rating car )
:The regular! semi-monthly meeting of December 9........ ........ 7:12: : 7 5OIX intomparatile cut aem-s south, to Danrklg iu the .\lIlf'rif'mutuwubile Association
closet at the city hall. will not be the only iniw>rtiiit feature laeini; tournament on
| and follow
the Daytona city father was held Monday '(-('tnt M'r It)........... ....... KrSJ 550Ihrrnmiirr i> nd-I> toni beach now Tent>see river valley same racing board.; Jefferson DeMont Thomj
Fifth Annual Onnond 111A tuna riii" av a
of the
evening with all the members present MAY TAKE CENSITS.; 11..... .'. ....... J.7:: U.4SDetvmber of thenear future and beginningto to Knoxville;: It wowfcl now kj down !soil in regard to the question of allowing -
Much time was consumed by this The matter of taking census of Daytona Beach On the Tournament.Ormond-Daytoiia Ileach this 12: ................IO:2O 10: 13 | attract the u>ual wide attention time Tennessee river valley through Lou- i "ff'ttk""Ir in the Florida beach t}

august body in deliberating on import- | as suggested in last week's (ia- winter will: I lie sera mile-a-minute touring iK-cemU-r 13..................1157: II :SSiKtTmlier I tllJ'\I bout the nxitoiiu and .fjioit! loving don. Kingston :md Dayton to Chatta- : tnurnmeiit at Ormond-Daytona next

act measures, but no material results zette-New, was brought iK'fore the These ars will be expected) ) to II............ .....12:00: : Ito: world, enthusia.sai for a roaJ trip nooga. 'I' January< resulted in a rejoinder being #

were accomplished so far as a final dilopo| I council.! President Clark Mated, that lie cars. of iKH-emU-r Id. ...........12:30: : 1:15Ucember : from New York to Huridii has Itenaroused I Thecencry after leaving lUrpcr'.sferry UMido. :Mr. Tiionipi was quoted a* t
full '
complement' I passengersand considerable di
for I
Itior of the matters were concerned did not believe Daytona received) the carry 1G .......... ... .. 1.20: :2:O o northern tnotrist and even a advising the cJi. divbarrnic-nt certain cars
that gctirrally unnnig
is 1'lnfi.It'lItl't'\'ll many
it is most beau-
t W LI-SPA ID. credit for having as great a |'ally of them ill win mile-a-minute l.iurtlsAU.ut IVcemlH-r 17................. 2IO :2.i3iVccinlKT I' -. I II lance beyimd Chattanooga On leaving that are not of the ante t'tlostru'ti'm as 1

existed. All the members !.veined ll-known 1>> IS..... .. .' -3X12: 3:15Ikrerriicr : fu and extremely interesting.> tine average racing car tThe.
and ordered a year 150:4 certain w In .'.. Three bills were presented l loe in favor of taking an official 19.................. 3M: 4:3SiMcmUr : I Chattanooga, llorid-i East C'tast Automobile
to manufacturer announced that his car "udlt trip from "little i elf NewYork" the Central) 1:. lroaJ ..r
paid, as follows; and commit was apx| >intcd >> ::3,............ ..... 3:11: :.::30) beoiilli: along: .\* 'i.\titn immediately resolve l to
101 00 census a had made on the mad n mile a minute to t trnw sd-Itsytona, and the palatial | SumnK-rlieU n..., to
Street gl1 g.S look into the matter and report| at the This 1>>o.'ct'lul'r ::l.................. jan: G21 Georgia, through pout tlw matter up to the racing board, 1
23 SO) to with seven |l'a'eugers seated.! lintel OniHmd hav liet-n many.Tb R ,'. There prloballility! ofsome
Qua Lindberg fur ksmithing meeting. IWeinlKi-.................. 6-51: 7:1: I (" a strong but tlM-lall.r does notot81 to care to
next of suit
statement: was tal.l'fIilll a grain aut..nttrbile, one of the .boding motoring this pine
. Daytona Auto Transit Co re- ,iH-cemU-r 23.................. 7:51: HI3IWemUr : rather rough goiiijr: over tacky the questions| in a legislative way, .

pairs to the fire engine_..... 9 70 ELECTED A CITY COLLECTOR. and was not generally I le lieved. :21................. H.V: !/1H} magazine of this couoUy devotes nil the> route.The << so for this year at ka.tllf.; preeent rules

f This i is the smallest budget of bills The most im|>ortant !'u!>inesi.llI"rhaps. The late Tom l'IIt'II'r| proved att- DtremlK-r ::: ..,............... O:! :! O.5SUtitnlirr con klerabU'xirf\ to mapping out a i route IIUW't'''' sincere easterlythrough I will cover the Florida racing, and the /1
that mile a minute was that In- taken, and iu an i-- o
lactic City a route might > Cartersvilfc to :Marietta, and
: which have l ben passed at any Dueling to come before the council was the election milein I>> 20............ ... 10:45: IO:47Ikecemlier one or two ears of radical ((>nt>truction! .
quite possible, as he drove his car a sue of NovcinU-r 15 [rint- an article, then the line of the Southern 9
; recently of of a city collector to fill the un- ) >> 27..I: t:3f:: 11:30: again along will probably appear as in the. l pIbL I j
l t .11 .seconds, carrying!: seven iotrple.Time iUustrefatl with a map "i which the railroad through Atlanta, Mr!Donon i
i GRANTED DOCK PKIVILKUK. expired term made vacant by the deathof with IVcemlKT :2S ..... .......... 12:1; : 12.10 The re >r !Mitativo of Hoe Florida f
fitted |
not Is mirke to out
car, however, was route designed point and Jackson to :Matra.l'p .
J the late Captain II. F. Douglass.Three is 1 DetfinU-r>> 211... .............12 IO 12.53De : ;h East l'utlStutoruobile- Association says: I i l
for the t numcauahich it expected bow such a trip couM). made.
L Ellenwooil petitioned permission regulation this the route has pa-.sed
t E. (petitions were presented askingfor dif- f>iitU-r :111..................I2-B: : IDtiiinljer :: to point "The present rule, both foreign and 1
dock at the north would make several seconds' feKUl by .\. cities asset I towns at
The which
build p artiel-, wa- > through larger
to a
. the position. One from A. Me. F. catches :31..... .. ,.... I 2H :10511"ork I ,American leave the Florkta Knst Coa&tAssotiatton .
side of the foot of Volusia: avenue, the \V. (1. Hobbs and an ercnce in the time, as the wind L. Weetgard, is considered in the nature rather eonvetiietit interval, and it
Porter from when it
'1 dock to be eighty feet long and six ort one\V.V.. ercroiiibie. Mr. the tonneau while going at that sjietd.Most / Can': of a preliminary :survey, in the railroad would -cem that there were no very x'- : no alternative, I
other from '. entries from armydriver
the accepting
claim that on eotm-
seven feet wide. Mr. Ellenwood also unanimoiu-ly. The oj the manufacturers engineer- !senof the .....1. In other rioiis physical dirTM-uItk-j> to her the |>rogres. _.

proposed to dredge a channel so that Porter was committee elected: was requested: IIIau.lit their cars are gtlt"1 I for a mile u minute / \\'rovi finance henyt'iglth.laoisifkatictll -
dock. the road "IIIt'ry few can uceoniplish M.itanxa-s l riverace.<..rdng nuxlinratiouas I of the still lien! ahead ears
boats can come up to the proposed the books nf the late collector. on the l Halifax arid : ( but is yet subject toome "traggte I'Ilt il'tnJt of 2 :>1) 1 ixjumis. voter the !

The city council granted the request that spsrrluid the trnimuiidlay1tuna to rel out". is moving ,.U-u: ps. of the pioneer enthusiast. !

(: upon the understanding that the dock i is :iEmACIl: :STREET; LINE. leach is about the only place ward. Only one dredge i.. enigvl; butit : -, which has attracted wide utt<-n- Time route would undoubtislly beading of elas.-ifteath.4i in tie racing
rales clause X.,. 1 s, is found th* f H">wing -
I J to be of a public nature, and that the Some time ago the council authorised here -urely cult edotie, if done uliy- is doing good \\ork.llllut :*55) fret lion and 1 i is being eagerly !sought' by motor follow tbe general COUIMof the Georgia, defibit..Iutomobilt, .

J 1 dredging be under the supervision| of the Civil Engineer!; D. D. Rogers to straighten V\hl-e. diode the watt f1 of the canal U-tween i-t- intending: to visit Ormond- .Southern and .'...".L 1 & railroad through : ear-An i
l .\ -, motor car, or
a street committee. Mr. Kllcnwood: runs the line of Beach street. He acc.JTxJ- Automobiles with a luile-a-ininule the two waterway. ((uite a f-.n-e i is engagexl Daytona and the big nicetvi> year is I Vienna and T>ft<... to Valdosta, tin ,and withinthe ;
alAtlJlllULikmuteif' or ear ;
ear, ,
I a ferry from the fnut of Volusia avenue madtMi and prepared:---a record appeal| to the average buyer.even. on the work and the bla.tingkef beivwith |MiMi>hed in full : : aer.">- the state line through Jasper, I'hi. ii four
survey these a
of rem es
ingly .crnmiiliktime on meaning ,
' sl
to Seabreeze and Daytona Brach and plat. The ordinance committee was authorized though;; such -l"| is not r |'" .several HKII hut.threat :tOO (twin;'; to the in tent aroUMsl by the t<> Lake City, where it would bear ea-t I wheeled track or road vebirV, propelled

. the dock will be used as a ferry landing, to draft an ordinance legalizingthe road. 1 peakingof |KMinds: of dynamite anetioded: | every annual Uml.tDd-lbytow& leach racethf -, With the saht.on1ir Line along the by self-contained mechanical<< uteutm,and I

' the Cherokee at A Bastfurirmanrcntlyfu [ two hours in carting!: up the nx-ky earth. and of iniiaense Uk -finoj
and also as a landing for > Uery| has often been made, .southern edg- of the shirts
change.NO manufacturer i provHted with two brakes ups ,.
:t times. The dock will l he of sufficient, time Worthf a nt-ord to a : 1'roiii five to setter fld IkE'tb..1 i>K-k Is I late with itiereasing frt<|U wy. if a trip j kf swamp r"I'I..n'; through, Sluei-tamy to of each otter anti a I it;
bicycles\ in taste independently ,
ELECTIIC'I'ALk.lime hide
1 length to allow other boats also to land. said selling cut out, and to get this depth ills IM-es-I from th- northern.tales to Flori
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    this city, ,hen bicycle racing was thevuue blast front two four fl'Ct tfc-'prr. motor driven reverse gear ,,.
    not to
    electric lights was: ;: rv rartM-alrfe with touring car trails
    of a
    mulls (and
    r ONE LAME Ml'LI- matter : ... '..reachersealktrlinourd:.y andexamined I !, The eonditioti of the ) "In another part of the rubs, dA use

    k brought up, further than to briefly touchon .I. bieyile, and the first thing I 1a the almolute absetiee any available | after leaving Maoii Would probably be No. 45, under the beading of 'Starting:; ,'
    Hix retried a
    i Street Commissioner the buhject. At the prev ious met-t- data for this tour. lie<'au,'!(:: as i a crious pnWeni. and roadnn-n :
    of of the he ,kcd seas: 'h! it fait': I told him it the Tour I'ickerts Company.The is found the following:
    t that the pedal extremities one ing the matter was referred to the Council a which far a> known no aiitotiK>l ih>t has : tools might come<< in bandy quite often; 'The referee shall have absolute
    and hebelieved held the world's rword for :, mile will br- .
    city mules was out of business, committee of the whole. The Four PickertsCscmpatsy I'vt'r'ereol l it in it- entirety, of the and its in-
    f as a saUl 'I'll anyoneconteni the character country: to prohibit any t"M'Ii\hid, beoonsideh -
    . the cause to be rheumatism. president and two other members of the it did 'ami he immediately : gin a week's engagement! : at th OH-ra>>| |>ktt'Bg an attempt to become the habitant.- would and.'ubtcrily pre-ent power unsafe, unsuitable or c.f impropere

    [ The city has been hiring a mule at fifty tin object to entering into take it. and as an afterthoughtVhat House in this place Mnoday, iK-c.>> 10. necessarilyform '
    council not pioneer of this route must many difTicultic.- ruction to start in event.
    mat any
    J !
    cents day for some time to take its with the i-lectric is the price of it. The owning|' play will lee "Oklahoma.
    r per contract his and what advance
    I live-year: plan gather The approximate distance: to Jaek- This hbow.s beyond a place and Mr. Hix suggested that it balance of the! In speaking of this pl.iy, the Washington i
    the { :
    but from I
    he thoroughattxly..f .
    light people, can a sonvilkfrom New lurk along this route referee i is greater than the rate, and
    would be for the city to pur- adverse to such action and Automobilbts Cautioned. (N. ('i. News of October :t ,th says: toI '
    council seem the phyial i .hst&t'telikdy | L- 1.4.V IIlilt... It Would be a legitimateclaim there are not many drivers who wM undertake l|
    of the one "Tlie Four Pkkerts. ow IIf the lx>tknown '
    chase to take the place contract.Just '
    one .
    to make a one-year uestthe (i.u tte. encountered.An .
    Mayor (ireene it *? to fame in the automobile World to make an entryfor Florida
    that is the list it being the will be is not huws to viOit"a..hiDlt..n.! is I ( .
    r on pension what the outcome News to caution oxen rre I uutoiiM>biles iD-|IK'ctiun..f the United States 1, for someone to undeituke and successfully unles- he know, in advance what the "
    opinion of Iwth Mr. Rix and Dr. French Gazette-News has heard' time plaiu!,!:; a return slate hen-, concluding j I
    The in city
    I knowu. about reckless driving tofMigraphkal map will show that a direct -' I accomplish this trip. referee think of his cur.
    that the aforesaid mule had seen its lst from a uumbcr of prominent under'the olicsrvation tontorrow night. and ww!
    expressions : There have come route from Washingtonouth J.1.k..oille south to OniKndi In other words if the referte,
    committee of "The attraction tonight will be the i From :
    days of usefulness. The street residents and elieves the majority recently several instances less the l't..tIf'r .4rountk.s ( about coaetroe-
    of the
    mayor more or following not know anything
    the hoe been by i may
    of that attractive itedy and Daytona trip
    another cm i
    t was authorized to purchase the.... PAPistmg le favor the renewing of the ex where drivers: turned I'omn."thout: 1 presentation: Thehiestiat, through Virginia, Carolina", 11 I autoneral time The route leads tan, proper or otherwise, providing he
    to be that 'Oklahoma. Bight was
    mole and harness, well known
    also a cart contract. It is electriclight slacking up or Using other orhnary lore- fine and no doubt there will be a large and G.ii-orgi, i.s impassable, due to irnmenac i ucro-s :: t. Johns river and f'> Pablobeuh does not like the looks of the ear, would j

    ' used in picking up rubbish. has one of the finest of low land and the the tUble.
    :' Daytona caution areas swamp the Atlantic coast, thencedown be liable to seed car to
    tsmni ht. : on
    service .
    POSTMASTER: JOLLEY KICKS. plants in the State and the The M"ason is now at hand when luu "The company; i" r strong ttDt', and in long sandy stretches, as well a* to the ; the beach to the inlet at :;t. Augutme It othei words, it n putting too much ;

    b ordinarily good. Mr. Sehants it ap- numerous on the streets a( of wide rivt-ro and of tbe referee
    f shines are frequent occurrence : wtn.-re there U a ferry.Irotn power in tbe hands many
    r Postmaster J. M. Jolley presentedwritten a pears to the (iazrtte-="'cwS, has made avery all times and act ideuts are lia).le to ut. addition to the high class perfornuce, inkt-. However a careful study of the of which are not overburdened with tech I
    Commissioner ,_ spexiultM-s will tic introduced that makes :St. Augustine south toOnnoud "
    ; protest against Street liberal proposition in agreeing to cur uclcss precautions are taken twpre \.of"'I1'aphy and natural feature w..uld ideal knoweledge of the pr f>*r .-
    mail-carrier the entire contjwmy one that shwuhi begenerously the road.are but passable, and ,
    Rix forbidding the and allow the city to butt poor
    contract to I inland
    > cancel the vent them. This might apply seem to indicate that a route farther tr1lf'tion of a rar.
    l from driving on the sidewalk when delivering at any time during thefive well and other ve'. patronixed. from '. rtnond to Dttytona is a good roadon I
    buy the plant I tcdotrians as as cars ought to he feaiWe.With "Imagine a referee in some country
    and from do. "Oklahoma i- a play never before m- the mainland, and aL-o the fatnoiia
    mail to fit to I
    and taking the should the city see :so clause No. IS In
    hides. back
    years :i'w'un for town tailing on
    starting point
    in the city and is ,H f' of the | which the are run. t
    Mr. Kix' troduvd ( > beach on races
    the postoffice. According to lie is willing to leave the purchase priceto The siKt-d limit prescriW-vl by the citj; the route Would follow the beaten pathso -. ca-e some one should tell him that a cer*
    statement the mail-carrier had been in fair method a* can miles hour but thi e tKttt lotUs the Tour Pirkerts! introduce.The Th- di-tance! from JiMk.nvill..- to Or-
    as is
    / ordinance ten: I..r best in of ten cov-red by autoUt, throughPhiladelphia taro cur looked like a teakettle, or acme
    the habit of driving on the sidewalk and ably violated by ever; eutire corujiany are at their m''c'I is about '.<> miles, making the onstmttktn
    [. be suggested ordinance is prol> I Reading, Pa., tee Hagvn- other peculiar form of ,
    there from ten to twenty minutes .. this icrformancc."Scat 'total: ditaiitfrom :New York to Or-
    remaining I one who drives a car. town, Md., thence south past the .Vntie-. would he be justified under the roles,

    until the mail was ready to be load- They Viewed Port Orange 8rIJ e. The state law on the subject of automobiles ... : : > now on sal early I at and the usual avoid place.the I tam battlefild, across the Potouiae and J J3urpfburg I I raw. I t'lto! lIubI which state in clause No. I'J that uy-
    j Secure eaU
    ed, thus compelling pedestrians to go of Daytona's business r-reseriiA's that a Acted t f fou r your rivers and down along the. thing Li an automobile as long M it has t

    out in the street regardless ol mud. About thirty-five themselves miles shall nut I* exceeded in turnin g ruish. j II riser to Harj*>.r"- Terry, \u. 1.ItonSttea.h. Lady Hein<)reJ. four whetl-and I propelled by setfatrt*
    men l' kert dries -
    The table until and professional .liss irate : *a
    matter was laid on the be the of the invitation of C. E. Johnston curves or corner?. I IMl, was the hit of the evening I Here it enterthe fatuouriheiiau- ; The retiring pr -'id--nt of the Palii.etto tained mechanical means and provided
    toe next It seemed to attention to ".J '
    meeting. call
    desire to spedregulative
    I proprietor of the Silver Tipped We i last night. Her pLiji&g; was well rrct'ived -! doah valley. and follows; through Chak-- Club, Mr- C'. tl. Hayuoi of I lay tona with two brake
    consensus of opinion among the mem- by city ordinance or eta t e i '" believe that toum&SM&t
    .f the 1 1..II.t any
    Port ihtt.utrI w.tletted president <
    Orange &ach.
    auilk-n-.1' Itenyvilkiachester -
    'iethe new town ,
    to \
    .r ben of the council that no objection Livery, law in thi connection by stating I ha 1\ : l1y a-wiation wool bare: aright
    the 1 I Wvtm-n's+ Clubs, at pr.nmmter"r
    left and federation
    backing last Sunday. The party I -- Tike, New r.uket. Harrisburg !?tatr
    would be raised to *mail-carrier bridge in Daytona that ca n' under thepreent
    few cars I
    I there are last tee any entry
    hall shortly after 2 p. m and returned -; Another Car. !iU ntoB to Lexk;tou. Sv far, a distance the convention held at Tallaha**<
    up to the postoffice and deliveringthe city i be reduced to four miles an hour wit k-i; Will Build KathcrinrThorp rules his my opinion that it
    driveforward to the city shortly before 5; o'clock.! < of JIG miles tiott New York, the week.: Mr- Raynor and

    mail if he would immediately found the construction work of I, out throwing out the regular gear anI d i App( ( -rs<>n brothers, of Kokonio. Ind., route has been over roads varying from : of Daytona Beach, anti Mrs. ; would dangerous! to do ao. It seems

    t and not obstruct passage on.t They entirely completed. I I I resorting to the pulling speed. Neith'r 1 I who hud a m<.>"t promising; candidate in good to excellent, mont of the distance ;: EJeaiiot Weaver, president of th- Palinftto tie be up to the racing board to take: the
    bridge bridge :
    .If the sidewalk. the new I I i can many of the cars run as I low a fpee d the Vanderbilt cup race whom critics this ;ttt. rid l. responsibility of !"pecifyuv3 the determining -
    but the boulevard leading from the i I on macadam and pike, with no bar Club, of city wei" .1. of what La 'freak tIt.r. and
    bridge to the ocean is: as yet I hill- what is not eligible
    I but whose car wa wrecked! a few days Florida elsewhere."If .
    '.' The sanitary ordinance which has Everyone participating in the outing I I Bduw this point, vu leaving tile M t.-1>- Mr.or Thompson will take tbe responsibility
    before the races, will build :another carespecially
    t been hanging fire so long was taken up thoroughly enjoyed the occasion and all :' ieti.. II. Beach wife and tbugllh r for the Florida leach racing, audoah valley, more difficult grades .c.:': I II I.. : .'y'( .ilar t LUJn steamer as chairman of the racinghoard

    ; and passed on third and final reading. were loud in their praises of Mr. Jhnston's IKtn' t. but it f not likely that &,. 1, .. !i.. iier "in- then I will ""mwuDicate'itb the
    and his brother's wife arrived Moi}- which will be the lines of the Vander.
    on Florida EastC'a.t
    . A slight change was made in section 6 fine turnouts and kindly hospitality. I bilt This will 1 be entered ..,I'- t-.o .f'pfur a high or mediuu tt : __ :.J.du!' .1.! \ oy leaving board of directors of the
    cup car. car and 1
    ., M published in the Gazette-News last day evening, and are at home i i 11 I to all the races, ;rid -\*ciallv in 'inIOmilc : ; .. t. .; ..r will ti- r.' .tnt....- f \Illt-: ,Itvk l for T"moki River t.....-,. no.\doubt ut"III"bllciSOCbtioo that they will agtee, to

    of --- 1 their Silver I Reach residence M I r .\ inl I.r. .irix.i; s.;i- cUob \-l-vr.i Thi- boat
    week. The change makes a charge race : I : i. ...: :. .. .T"." it' Itrt.t' nitif I".d:a Q,hah\ r courMr.' Thompson
    35 and 10 The biggest value you ever got for hotel \ rt- '1. -,\ ,11"' lie Ihiv: ., i'Hi 1 : .,: .Vt'Ci :-atr'r.l.ll. I II she t.ard deidf and assume
    buckets I'
    cents for two or less : Beach conducts a summer I Ln .. '. --t. .. two Ui "Jlc', i.. ,1. : u: ra rig
    Gazette-News' Pic- tin mew v..ii ;> '; 'ua '
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    cents for each additional bucket. your the Catskill Mountains on cur t"m..u, cei -, rct ano .ur- "it; t: \, H. Ul.ijntuii!. LlI".ft. : :r ; : I
    l that only closets which are torial Edition for 25 cents.

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    THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY the Proposed Town of South OriU. i Daytona Florida i 1 Every person spending money wishes T

    ( INCORPORATED ) Some of the Many" Attractive I

    Features It Offers. i+ "THE FAVORITE" Iii IiiI' Value Received expenditure. and

    Entered at the Poatoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. Prospective investors in real estate I

    would do well to investigate. the chums ; : very naturally go where they will get
    1 OPEN for the SEASON 1006-07 UNDER MANAGEMENT OF ji I
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    of the ideal town ot South Orita, which
    $1.50 Per Year in Advance. !
    Subscription gives every assurance of becoming as : their money's worth. I am in the real

    .. renowned a community for winter : L. M. Waite, Owner and Proprietor. f j
    DECEMBER I 1906.i .
    and reside in for the visit-I business with
    ors to locate .........t..... ................. ...................:1 I estate brokerage the
    1 as the reputation that Daytona } ,
    .s .. S. Technor, who spent last! winter l'n"al i neighboring sister i cities enjoy. =_____ -- -- I 1 longest strongest list ever offered in

    San:dll ley street, Seabreeze, A new bridge across the Halifax river *................... .. .. .... ... ... .... ... ..... : :

    \i: I SEABREEZE { Mr. and Miss Parish, i'f u.. -h.'U. ar- from Purl Orange connects South Orita j J I know the

    , rrived at the Sea Gull this week.Mrs. !i with the mainland and a grand boulei i t I Daytona bargains-my j r

    DAYTONA BEACH j jSeabreeze. Young and daughter, Miss i Paluij, yard i is being built tv connect the budge : The Western .
    i ii is for the
    : Villa I knowledge asking.
    r' t have taken roomtsat the Keating with the ocean, which is to include two 11 yours

    .......................... for the season. Moot shelled sidewalks, with 30-foot <<

    November 28.-Mrs. Har- John :Nivcn of Indianapolis, Ind., has green swards intervening between: two I- NOW OPEN. : :, Below I quote a few bargains you will !.

    I accepted a position for the season as 12-foot shelled roads the green swards :

    outing vey gave to her Xew physical Smyrna culture last Thursday class an clerk in the postoffice. This will give be put in beautiful sub-tropical pl:1Ot5'1 I ito 'j J. C. RAINSFORD. Proprietor 1: ; be interested in.No. .

    and clear our popular postmistress, Mrs. Aman, tht make the southland such a .. .
    evening. A new, moon a
    , balmy evening made the trip a delight- : the needed assistance for the heavy sirou section for homes. The ocean end :.. First avenue: near Beach street. I 3 A hirer front lot, 100 feet on river to Valley
    winter work. of the-boulevard commands: an extensive

    t'. f ul A. Ballough a ent to Lake Mr. McXiel, of Miami, has been in visa of the :surrounding country by : $1 5o, a day for. board and room. Special rater by week or month. <*< street, b room house, furnished, Daytona

    Helen the latter part of last week, a town this week prospecting for some reason of twu high bluffs and a grand : Beach, 3750. _

    f- guest of Mrs. Dr. Davenport. good real estate investments. He is \ in is thus presented to the visitor at : NEW HORSE WITH MODERN CONVENIENCES. : No. 9 Lot on north side of Bay street, $600. f
    much pleased with our aml>itiou> thi .. .. .
    r Captain Robert Prichard arrived from very h hai. point. ...... .. .. ..........,............4...... :
    Chattanooga Thursday and will spends little burg of whose existence < The home of the famous Port Orange No. 24 Lot 122.5x231 2 houses; west Magnolia

    moet of the winter here. He is the never heard until he ma.l.. the trii; ti I oy>ti-r'*" i ia within the riparian rights of 1 =-- --- avenue 3100.

    Dixie Daytona Printer ink! t-oim .I'a| | South Orita, and Tarpon Bays sichha, ... . .. . . .. ....NN...... .N. .N.N...... ,

    : .. -- guest S. E.of Gilmore the is Lodge.having the grourds after all, if we 'A'jt! to f"ry ai.-,%'l t- att r.-i -ted many of the world's greatest l No. 70 Lot 50x85, 7 room house, :3rd ave., $2,100.

    surrounding his new cottage inked by ward a prosperous tity.Trie"l1| is within a few minutes' row. i The Lane Inn j No. 81 Lot 40x150, 5 room house, some improvements -
    Electric lagUt l""lIp.LlY" putting Ivy I
    The fishing from the bridge w un*ur-
    neat fence.
    well finished well etc. west Magnolia -
    Fred Brooks and Will Scott are recent: u P poles to wire Seabret-ze n\rnue. parsed in the United :States the year : I l } ,

    al... alley stnt. Dayton lle.-ich and round, and they are fish that will 'lIoell : avenue $1.500.)
    Conn. have ,
    arrivals from They
    Mystic, Sfjt'reeze.. fisherman. : l Palmetto street and (Ivy Lane, .1 I
    4 taken board and rooms for the winter the heart <>f the critical: j

    with Mrs. lerrick.t Mr. and Mrs. H. \\'. Barley Mid daughter with the utmost pride. Th many I' j OPEN DECEMBER 1. I

    Miss Nellie of Shenandoah, luwa islands in the Halifax will forcibly remind i .1
    News comes of the approaching marriage ; R. L. Smith.
    i of Miss Kate Lee to S. C Moller, friend of Mrs. WakefieU, have taken the spectator of the St. I. iwrtnce 1I I In the success of its first season this house pm\t..1 l its ability $ .L I
    robins over the Smith studio. thousand i i.-I les. Here also is the : i
    of Battle Creek Mich. Miss Lee and its! = : :
    z spent misfortune to please and satisfy those who deVir' elegant l with all e'mtfortsand J :
    Mrs. Geo.: P. Johnson had the
    I five-mile stake of the famous Ormond- .
    last winter here the guest of Mr. and I _.... .. .. -
    : last Thursday to get a seri- ron"('n leJ14" JMRS.
    noon ; Daytona Reach auto rae course, where <
    Mrs. W. Herrick and Miss Sarah Lund. T t ------- -

    Mrs. D. C. Rankin and family will occuPy ous burn on her face and hands.: It I spectators are enabled to see the thrilling \ :....... .....NN....+.... ++++++.....+.. ..... . ....

    one of Mr. Erreger's cottages on seems that Mrs. Johnson removed from I finish. A trackless trolley will be ;:t \ FOLTZ, Proprietor.

    the stove a can of boiling syrup and from Ormond to Pone Paik. which <4 4I : yourself a good |
    Ocean Boulevard this winter. topi'I run NN... .... .................+....NNN.......*.6p GIVE
    Miss Kate Davis, of Muncie, Ind., is: attempted to remove the screw I will give ample troLl1-pt.'rt ti'n fscthlieI :- : sermon bet

    stopping for a few days with Mrs. H. 8. which loosened, exploded: the hot syrup I I I Now is the time to get m t>u th. I : fore you start to buy *
    flying over her hand and face Fortunately ground floor, and it behooves those h" |: N..NNN.NNNN..N.NN..N..NN.N...........
    1 I Morrison. Miss Da'isill spend the ',: I : l Fall clothes; steady
    she had on her glasses other- for hometoconsult your :
    winter at Lake Helen. are in search of ideal locations : It\ *
    Miss Bergman and party arrived from wise her sight might have been des Dr. J. A. \'an'alzah.. Swrr- ,. fr 1 : t your judgment before

    troyed. As it was one baud w as badly and Treasurer Orita J Improvement 1Jo I : over a i
    the North Tuesday evening and will tary : Square. Meal at a Reasonable Price your money goes ,
    burned, and is still! being dressed! by l-'la. I : '
    spend the winter in the Dyer-McCallum Company Daytona Beach. merchant's counter.ti e iR.
    Dr. Van Valzah daily, and her face and I : ( to the I
    : cottage on North Valley street. other hand considerably scarred.A : : .,.= have gone to such lengths :

    Mr. Wychoff, engineer of the Colonnades new concrete are pavement in front of Ormond. f 5 CITY HOT E L. : to put good clothes in our
    electric light plant, arrived Mon, t i i.f. I : .-- want i
    J. J. Bishop's home on Seabreeze avenue store we as.
    day evening from Sprout Brook, N. Y. :
    Harrison Bri toe and wife of ronnec-: :
    has added much to the attractiveness j OJ'a,1.. l"U\t..Ma. possible to
    Mr. Wychoff had charge of the plant : t IV. i I ,, many men as
    ticut arrived at their cottage on Palmetto .f.'I
    of the i :
    i place.Port : know about it. That's
    last winter, and his return to the same it.
    | avenue Thursday. > uu are sure to get 4
    r't position is good evidence of satisfactory j Miss Dora Watson ha returned to her : a 4 : w h. men to I

    ; remce. I home the peninsula.K. ( 5' : : i think twice before they
    ; Dr. E. L. Potter has made considerable Orange. c-f Omaha i I : ./: GEO. H. MATTHEWS\ : .
    i l improvement in the Clarendon cottages R. Kimball and family, : j j'v [ spend a penny on clothes. i
    have returned to the Foulk cottage on :
    :' on the east side of Grandview KkK : ...... ..+.......*... .....*..... . ..+. .+ 4 r If we can make you feel
    I the beach. Mr. Kimball has an extensive .1 :
    -t enue by having the coping extended that it's simply impossible
    and has
    Port Orange, November 2S-Last auto garage in the West
    itl : horn the Clarendon grounds and cement Thursday evening, Mrs. Harvey's class brought a fine car along with him. ************************** ******* *******************. i : for any other store to.

    ;1 front steps laid. in Physical Culture gave an entertainment W. A Barker and wife, of Westport, co.nroki. CORDIAI.IIY.[ I: I : equal our Fall values, we i
    Captain Prichard of Nashville Tenn., j: CIISIM:. :
    i in Ridgewood Hall to a very large: R. I., arrived at their Southern home. '| : : are driving home the :

    who was a guest of the Dixie Lodge last and appreciative audience. The enter- I Palmetto Hurst, on Saturday.E. k : : : truth and turning into

    .t week, received a telegram Sunday even- tainment began with the reading of an I W. Amsden has received a telegram a THE GABLES j : j. I
    : the trade that
    ing that called him home. lie expectsto the ,,- our store ,
    Culture Mrs. Arizona
    article on by Harvey; from Nogales, conveying r '
    return later in the and will be : t deserve off | !
    then the class went through some of I sad intelligence of the death of his son. NOW OPEN. 5 I i\\ we by right
    I9 his Miss Margaret : = '
    accompanied by daughter
    their exercises. Miss May Milburn recited Ned who was: one of the most promising ; : : : clean merchandising. i
    who will the winter at this I
    spend "The Dumbells;" Misa Eva Hoyt young men of our county. Hi+ ; S. H. MOSELEY, Proprietor. j: GlrirrON BRAVO

    t hospitable house. recited "The Man of Many Ailments," death was a. great shock not only to his 'i.i; Ctf1Tl1ES THEGLOBE
    5- Mr., Maughs and wife, who had chargeof : i ,_,_, i
    and there were three beautiful tableaux.The parrnt*but also to our town. Situated Votusia avenue. Rates on application.

    the electrical baths etc., at the Clar first a home scene. Grandmotherwith : near the Halifax River. Table Board a Specialty. :,. i............................................... . .. .
    I .
    endon last winter, arrived Monday .
    her spinning wheel and the mother .: : ;
    i ii "
    evening. In FoUs.'
    .I: with her children at her knees; the next, hymen's I j 4k : It" :; 'I'.I! .IIt 1( 'I\.A1L"-1\\ 1Lit"! \\.u! 1\\ \ !\ .v..1.ILfJ.JJ. \!
    Harry Gilmore has accepted a position the Goddess of Liberty :and the last, the A pretty wedding occurred at the Congregational STANLEY llUl'SE' run in connection *, a rooming huse.a J=.'I I "111111111111111111111111111111'1111'11111111 r
    !.f 1
    in Williams' store for the
    ;i winter. department Rock of Ages. Colored fire was used to church Wednesday evening, .a .4..4&>rf.a.aa..aa.ust44.#### #...a....
    : show them off to the best advantage. when Miss Eva Hoyt and E. E. Bellamywere !
    Miss Minnie and uncle E.B. ,.. . ROY LA SHAY
    Kelley . . .
    : Mr. and Mrs. A. J. HaS arrived Tuesday united in the holy bonds of matri-1 Sl! u ." !r. e" C5 !.4! !.'!.'!.'i'i'i h!'!'" '! !1.e'e.4! Si' !.i;
    Pickering of Elmira.: Y., are occupying !
    from their home on Long Island. mony. Miss Bessie Bingham was the

    ; her cottage on Valley street. Mrs. \ nzant. of DeLand i i.- visitingher maid of honor and Richard Ray acted { \ I r !
    s i The death of Mrs. Helen E. Buell atl' The Seaside Inn. i Electrical Contractor.
    the Clarendon at 5:30: Tuesday afternoon sister, Mrs. WelLs. ss best man. The flower girls were Inez J t trI
    Leroy Pharr is visiting his c 'nin* the and Ashley, the two little daughters of ;i I liS!

    (it: came as a shock to a community that Messrs Pattillo. Mr.and Mr- R. :5. Ma ey-: Miss Ella Wil-' ",!l.l; "- vl oil i i./.K: n.nOI'I.I' 1' ". i! I, y .e !Hotellobs
    -. has little to do with death and its sad
    Mrs. Hall U visiting htr daughter, laume rendered the wedding inarch )i } i; -: a specialty.' No
    t parting of the ways. Mrs. Buell was N-r.1 .I}1'1"1'i< -. .t., i"I"-{ ',',.10.( ; : .. i,,.;iiu;,::..rU'l/i| .i t'n/ i.Writ !!
    Mn. George Morford.Miss The ceremony was performed by Rev.Byron i : :: job t I o large ritne

    t r I I and highly was esteemed devotedly as loved a true for woman her and Martin, the principal of the .'. Mai>h. The church >very I i I Y HORACE F. STEWART. 1 : too email.

    many school at Oak Hill, spent Saturday and prettily decorated for the occasion, and ,;, 4f
    I superior qualities of mind and heart by witnessed'' H;I'lit. .1..1\! I II is tuns 1.1.1.: Th.hit.-l i if ii..iiiu in i iI r : :: Special faciKtles
    Sunday with her brothers here. a large concourse of friends
    all who knew her. She was the motherof The arrivals Saturday were Mr. and the ceremony. ;alllt* apj-tiritiiiMit; ui'h, !, liiii:>-. \v\\\ 1'.a4.II! roonil uveilo..kJnp: j!: i I for wiring oMhf 1

    :- Mrs. E. L. Potter, and her sorrowing t1.'.". II".ei' t.d i ;j';. .- r. k-.i' ; .iii-Mfct-siu! Pi. r. |i >svUhuiif
    Mrs. George: F. Luffberry. from France; After the ceremony a reception: uus it >us
    ..: I family have the sincere sympathy of the Mr. and Mrs. Barker andI:.,* Barker held at the home *.f the bride's mother, I j! injury to bltild'g} )
    \ jj sntire community. from Illinois. Mrs. Charles liilman. at Blake, where
    .t- i Surf is Unexcelled.
    i Bathing ]
    1" Mrs. J. C. Nukes arrived Friday from the happy couple received the congratulation I L'

    ./ \ Daytona Beach Nov 28-J. C. But- Cleveland Ohio. "f friend. . . !
    many !-.i.-- '!'!'!'! > !'!'!' '!'! .! .!! l.!'.!'.!'!'! .!A! .j c
    :if 1 ler has leased the Ott cottage, belonging -
    Chas. F. Burgman was in town ,,<:v- c.
    t' to S. B. Hubbtll, for the season, to - ta,
    eral days this week gathering maters] 'p'pl ; ,,7"
    It Misses Ellen L. Warren and S. II. Jen- ;\Ve are offering. model ni.-Jcrii I' ;i I : 1 JC.
    ; for a. booklet showing the advantages I
    ; ning of Connecticut.Miss I dence in central location on Ridcf'"d'. ;. .
    and beauties of our village.Last
    ; Mary Allen has gone to Georgi- Wednesday night, Mrs. Cesner; at $,, (&XI.: WHY PAY RENT .yi
    :t anna on a visit to her grandmother, Daytona Real 1 Estate sad li.-uni- ..
    one of our oldest citizens, was taken I :
    Mrs. Munson. suddenly ill and never recovered. She Company: C. ii.h Barn! -, StcreUry.Irau \\hcD toil t I.. ;.\ .1 ",t. ; .01. .: .. awl! .' t pa.f"; t- .': .:, .> eticr=

    r.F Mrs. Foster arrived from the north passed away Saturday morning about :'n.' st ocean l e..- h ..n I, tl..- wun.l; ..:.,,1 "., ;ir. : 1'-' [1.1a.! .- .n FI.: ;01.1- :
    i. \ last week, and is at home to her friendsat
    three o'clock. The remains were taken New Bridge and Boulevard. :tar
    her residence on Pine street. ( \UDU* MB. 1
    north Sunday accompanied by Mr. There are plenty! of bright young men !brnliri- .!.. l Inn nil'! Halifax: K.1.n '
    'r jl Mr. and Mrs. Sharett and Mr. and A tow Of1m.: ;: "i.aniiii.r\ ( ru.r -
    1 i Mrs. Stevens of New York. are recent Gesner. She leaves a husband, two : In the cvuatry: chose bands have: nut !-. com[.)ii-t.-.1 i )1.\ the 'ort t ;f C'"iu|>unT. anal i a B<"ii;< .1 .! S.r : iL4\
    daughters and many grandchildren: to been soiled! the dirt: of Utter day .
    arrivals at the P lehuni\. mourn for her. politics. It will Ue a good thing! forth ,I i io no-.v (thing; t i.'iiU' : t.y Itr. tan t'alzat! t.. nrnnw' tin-. busty,'x it It!I. t'.. r'"'...
    >a..b-.l..ut: follow Two right f.,.,t .lt.lU-J eul.. ;..
    t Mr. and Mrs. Luke Beazel, who had state and for the nation to have rooms at Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. John There will be an oyster supper and en- I them come forward and take au active lc5tinsdetontlft*n f .rtt !cnv'n.wttr.l-nt in".i<1"l two twv.! .- '... .' _

    son's have moved into their new home tertainment in Ridgewood Hall Thurs- pan In public affairs. It will t. a .Wlwl r->>u -J .ca c......
    day evening, December 6th for the
    recently bought of Mrs. A. Abblass. I good tblug for any party that recognizes ) "war.I+ to t.e 'hit ..Uf ill tt.-al1f1ful I nb-tropical fulmar. m-h a.. 1'ain., jf "' -
    benefit of the Methodist Church.HOLLY .
    them and gUes them proper tu- .: u..f J...! t hamdlee l-1arri. t-: n. e.. -
    Mr. and Mrs. Hill have taken rooms ''* <*tr. (1tina tr. + "{" by 'r. -

    \ f for the ssason at the Uarroun apart- -- ---- !I' UI'"Jl'went.-Knonllle; Journal tsdi in hi. Storit* ..i Soutlilaii'l, i-torie-that have male' ..\, ron.. a J -.. .

    fj meat house. I i Irltune. a honk in tbs $\.uth. Tb. w, an ..&oj of the .ItoutevaM is uar.j..i.t ti I,.' :1 c.

    r I' Messrs. Butler Kidgeway, Tomlinson, HILL. 1 KuJ ot the IIon 'ymoon.TinlsL '.\ "i maniithvut Wuf, ou. oo either iNti* of th- thirty-foot ,-;ir. >li)"... .,

    JI Dorsett and Baggett were summoned to .-a ?" >n t"> the bard ocean b-ali. The,. bluff:* command xt.'net. \ :-w W;;I a.
    honeymoon yet
    of I DeLand Monday. Do not forget the preaching services j| "I tlou't Vajw.your I tare never been .f!itt... )>nrri>u&icg) < ountr im-ludirg the tnwn.d DajtotiA, an.) ncI c...

    ,t? ; Pine street is a discouraging ocean of at. Edwin Peterson's at 2 p. m. Sunday ': able to determine the exact metrtef I lir-n-liy dnaaU
    sand just at present The work of grad which will be conducted by Rev. But1t'r,1 i of tlw! word honeymoon." I. they hall tx used welt'! | as public park, anil no buil.liiv .>.a.rl"'f't..I't w

    :" Ine and leveling is going forward, how- : of Ormond. Let us have a large: at- ': "1Ve11. then has your wife cosiaatLCi -\... J ivon otlieriki-f than <.pe.i .lvrTat i is 1 f..j a.a! < -j __ i he t nly Stivk uf Gas and Elertm Futures south "f Jack-
    ; .. tendance. Every: one is cordially in- j i i to do the cooking yet?"-Houston ;:'i,"mrniDft't<.. honville.
    ,: ever, and in time patience will have its '' : Distributing agent for the celebrated "1{ tO', Dry
    wide well shelled vited. Post. Within' the riparian right of this town an.o found the tamoj. i l'.d II t ..M Battery. Fresh
    -' perfect reward in a -- --- shipment every week. 25c each in any
    C. Roy Miller, accompanied by his I range oysters.. Tarpon Hay a few minutes row from heie. ha. at
    \ graded street that will be a credit to the -M quantity, ship]*-'! anywhere.
    -V 1 of the grandmother Mrs. King has been takinga Folly often goes beyond her bounds tracttJ *or>- >if tow w.-rkl'ngreatwit fporumt-n. In tbe Halifax: ".:1\" J :
    I peninsula Daytona Beachites., and the special! : pride trip 'cro&s the country.At 1 but Impudence knows noae.-Ben Jon. nnkwi Je studded! with Mnn ii>. 'f anr.lDiD4koJ of the St LuwtxL Hand :| WE HANDLE AUTOMOBILE TIRES AND SUPPLIES TOO

    a of the ladles of the Sunday i>11011-
    her thousand iW.
    : All .
    elertrii-wur, .
    W. in
    I H. Freeman, who has been .iauD..ieJ t. save ''nJenvnters
    north for week school held Monday; afternoon ;at From the (..ri.lgvuu will ted debine aa3rpaard ID the-1 I :.,t. : .... Inipe..nol'E
    Georgia a or ten days,
    the home of Mrs. Charles Wetherell, it1Ia.s The Brat >tat<*-ti hing all'twvear round. And say'-aueh: tt.blaill'! Cml.if -' .\ ..d.I. U.AR KUI Nl I>
    f" returned home Wednesday.Mrs. decided have "What." asked the !sweet girl: :radu- ; cy. l1 t II' ,... :r-:.: .. 1w. ,:5: ..:.I. .. DAYTONA, FLA.
    to aa ,
    I. from oyster supper ii:I your own houw. Kent it in the sumps>f. ibmU-.i.g ; .J
    Dougherty returned a ate "WM the happiest moment of your
    i visit with relatives and friends in Jacksonville and sale cf fancy articles on Friday lifer numt not-i rs..rt in tb South it M> mokr than most :NorttiTn. -tarnII.erresorts. l tJ.,\>,}arru. .1.\.1..111.\, ..,a.Ia..I.I-.II.I.I>t>l > >i....1.1 .I"IN1>t
    : the latter part of last week. evening. December 14. Any one wishing i TLe happiest: moment of ny ute"inn"t'red Here m the rtw-niiie staler <"the famoQt>riuooJl>ui [, ,;". r . t

    I, News of the serious illness of Mrs. C. to prepare anything for the fancy : the old bachelor "was whei Auto Race t our-. rVr the riMsa here! A mad is to t.. bUilt :roi.: ',i.

    r t U. Kurtx, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. work table may hand the work to Mrs. the jeweler l took back the engagement m'.nJ to Toit-t Park (The Inlet) and a tra.klr',' trolley run. .ut.ii: ,: *: *..

    Dougherty received by the family; WetherelL ring a&d' gate: nuu mtobavtoca Brad! in ttftt' n minutes audOnnond in half,: an !h. .- ...
    A. M. Brldsh.1Itft this week for QuI.6e: : Tribute.Special *
    also of the sickness of Mrs. Huyck, who E\"f'rylnt' will have modern i iujpruv'-iu.-nt.r such as a u.;>.1 ; -

    s, has rented the Lone Bay for the season, Enterprise to join his wife and children L Hiery.Mrs. .... \\.r. 'tDl'ot sidewalks/; wlle-i roa.i. and uupUtiir: {>rutnti"i> ::: The Pictorial Edition of the Gazette- i

    ; which has prevented her arrival here at who preceded him there some weeks ago. Vptowne I purchased sons; ALL LOT antlllJt' "id on the} inataiioK-ct; {.Ian-$;:!.". .i;.,wi, ;1" *

    George W. Rogers is clearing the lots i iwhich I iiio&tfi tara iuU-rvet. "A',- LD and l> U-\ar.l I !It-. ".<"'. ', *
    the time expected. Mrs. Doughertywill tocks and a drum fur my boy How 'L. ; ; > ; ? ;UJ. .tc, News |
    i will be
    go to eLand as soon as Mrs. he recently purchased Daytona does It happen that you have brought $.IOU; deer lots! facing IOn t\\, iPrs>. .;..r ..t'I" andl : ..I out j Next l -"e eti. If you

    Huyck arrives to take charge t>f the avenue,preparatory to building.C. only the dr='/ Drin'r"QU tee. ?.! s). flaky 15*.' !->u uiI:i) 1 I..- !O.i id at U..-,*- t!..un-. t t.ur :> u.iaii,, ta1[ ,

    house. 1' H. Parker has the lumber on the Oia'ara. I'm the driarIt the band wagoii i yourcboic: \ '.! K*' f .-t ts d!.. !.1.,1; l OM a-- ai."\- je* itt ;. :;t = have not placed your order for copies
    : the sucks 'A 111.Uotl la the hoescarttruman's ; i
    Mr. and Mrs. E. U. Rogers' who arrived ground for an addition to his cottage.A I 'i iP1'. \
    < Hume CvTL panion Dr. J. alzah
    t from the north last week, expect: very pleasant Thanksgiving enter- -- do so at once. [Edition i is' .
    i' to spend the winter in DeLand.E. tainment was given by the pupils of the brain of au t.lht contains much Daytona Beach Florida. *I 1 ItI

    A. Branch has rented the Marietta school, under the direction of the teachers less: phosphorus than a person I

    ccttage, on Ocean street to the Muse ,Friday afternoon, at the school house <', of average mental pow",r ... I I. Ad A t.lo..L 1.... I 'I.... I.... A. .1..1..11.. t w *
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    I IS OFFERED TO latmg: TO tmrs gene cr liuinor If IL' r ...... ,
    1 I WORTHY YOU.NQ PEOPLE situation Is sustained. Florida East Coast

    I Wtof'&meKtl1 request all' ymiiii persons, no'I Ii he "Ah. ha. 101nmao!" she cried trtutuiihantly. Railway Jj
    i niaiirr bow limited iUlr .... .
    i mr or rUufa- "I hng<>t you now-a
    ttonwhodeelre Local Tune Carl ft. (7. IB Effect If IWL .! ulon't""thorough*'rl"buMnn at once i train for* I I It225lldiI5iIMl panic! come to judgment! !"" September d

    I ova OKNATIIALr.aAra tI. .-..". Malr'e.a MillionaireMarauder I 'In the lion' den you mean" Will! SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. 11fBOVND-READ iT.NDrth' .
    ? >rolM4l>|.v Fortuna guar-1 nlt-k. a
    : r I.KLAYw.urK:: T..J.AT. a 29 ;
    STJ.TIO .3iJa
    "Ywi arc c.liv..rl'lllu'o my hands bran I oiry NO..dy 1

    Ga.-Ala. RUf. Colicje: Macon, (;a. Interposition cent direct from 1'rovl- -a0 m I2Ym .T................JackaoovWe.... :..... r7: J'lm -.. S655111C -
    i iI ." I'fIpm t :yam ............ 6oI1tIL Jaotaonviile.Lt} 71Apm /lam
    By MARGARET MULLET ,1.- 7 aurm! to iam :........_..SL. e lipm 7 .-...m76:1pm
    "Yogi to nil-sink." the po" !ninrV: it's : It lliam .. .................. 6 "pili a Imam
    190.3, by Kith ".pm_ 113o&m ................J:& 12Dpm a
    : ('ntm0hf JteiOf r.
    from the
    t otter
    Biogham&Maieyco place protested the -, 3Jpm n OOm .Ar..................Augustine----------------1 bbpm e o .m
    I'rl on"r. 7 tdpm ii tam ................... : b 4Spm II P4my25pm
    I It r.-a futlk, to t'11'1011I.! ............ Ar................. -::::: iigym
    "" 'GollI dowutowu DickY'"Not "Yuu .. 115&... Le................. ; 9 fpm: ..... .......
    ,' h ho Hi h ( ir.uio ( 'l'omfol.t--:; 'In this flood. My uuibirlU Las: shall! ut ?*rap iin a MIOHJtinw. step, ll3"Jpm Ly..................!luDII II'........ .. ...... 410pm: -iaenta f
    _!..r'Jj qkG'.a' : larch straight! Cato that flomrt. Upm 1'140pm ." DupoDt.................. .. t Dpw 6 j
    ; : Blanki'ts. I a broken rib. j She 1-H-kfM him in. withdrew the key 9 4"pm l13pm ..................Ormond.- 366pm 6 aamhl .
    : :; pre.ui' ; 'tc .ts!! ( l'.m .. .. . .
    ':: S Cipns Daytoaa." 45pm 4iam '
    ''i'-..... "You are a.1 1 most a sur;!t'OU. Yihcdolt I anti left theIfir.l fIN' II, lapin; 196pm: : :::::::::::::.::.Port Orantre.:::: .: : : :.: : a+pm : Son

    1f'to ShI't't5lll1: I'illmv 1 you st It?" BOI\pol I Jo"T.V- 't'r l: \:1..1 I,'" ear t" de k"i Wt'... I" a\pm 2f'pm 'P..N_ t.msrn.. 3 15pm 41-.1t
    .I lYm --- ............ .. : f '
    _t mine and have y"urrnefhl, ...tI" I ;:n r'rrtric l 1.:1.! fo'l'nvfsl: lit thei.i"c' It 1 Itpm Art. o.ini't"'
    r 11 ::111m 4ttiapm "S.......... .... .II..el.n.t'l 12tem> canestl
    '.} lit I ah o44 "Have In II... fie.). to-,, will y,n i':" h :: ; of tte frmit OTT. in l 1'1" <'"!.- 41M 111 6 OI'J'm "I...... ....O..n". 1241pm A! open

    d 1E ; 'llli.1 a vni.e; 11'''''' tie n.'tt: roin.lli1 I *'U ti r.turleti: mrnniiMnwtl ,l-.y MiJMin IC 4tpnt 21Opm h..................f'.Sm"ua. .. .. .. .. T'I 3lCpm I ( rvau
    ..... .
    .. ,
    i 2 tepm 3 asm
    ":; ncrtSs a putrlk" sold .Ttt'in: : '1' .'m1 : I I\ : : : i : :; :: : ;. o\pm /r.wt. .
    ; : ::::::::::::::: :::: -
    "tins .t. .<"ity of tlkthi'iae. ar.r' 11.,..: 'Y .irri, gi' iin- j i.i'tnisshltl! I 1. i s #.ta a ..aptN
    E l ,t 11 1 .. a If> Lu .... ... ...nror.I. "
    : lilt I e '1". t<* g > In the .. .IU't' |M"|| trtale! Mi r1 ; r2 III .I"'r. 31spm L. .. ...... ... ....tuu..U.- -- --- ;; --.II- iI i
    1a I t'M the Jun'!!*' 1'1:1: .. el."tltt. "ael \tf J.-fl. IH wo 1hn'tttl" in plentyof I I '! Jllim &Jpm ... ..... "oroa .. LT 24J'11I 71......
    ,. tin.' to rears I here lfti you." "' 31.m I MplD .. .. .... RoctJeoI:. .. 'III 1 is.'sIO. :,
    ) xlxMit j I
    win tini're It.
    a "* ... 2:1pm: M ..... ............P417baillt.. ... ...... 4.rm IOatsI13am
    Four Sailings third. j >Vliat do you mean by \\1' I found 430pm ................-.lbounlr.: ........ .. ... .. .. : IYaml
    Each Week Pick you alone at the front door." foIJ.m 110pm ................. ebu11u ............ ... .. 62am Il Siam
    '.. departed \ ilia Jo? Part' iia i 248am eWpm ..................SL. L..cI.............,... r.8am 12OOn'I
    ( BETWEENJACKSONVILLE .r.-Ila over his I h Hj lUll t! ree 0ial I. tvu.s | """Y. I>ick-I wean :Mr. Brown-was 305amiSpm: .................Fort Fierce.. ...... .. .,... U sepia 1
    AftLlie.. My J.t.'Yc.olr.ln't; work sj 3aam: ...................Tibbaua.... .. ..., '
    1'1'- and NEW YORK. beside! his own nude LU: ur1.1 a sat ....................Idea......:.. ::::.....: .2 ;ii :
    I IuieuUer L-f gut h.t te! wln..hw. lit must te In im iHE gg
    iVI.iiir. I I f Vi'tei kavlth; ti-! .'va wit:l ;,u ita''> 3 sass .: rm
    $.; nt IIorl.I.: : S 4'M| >|" In.- did I tile tau.t e fjiuewLere. Its: funny you : J Siam ...................Stuart...... .. ss
    so'iie holll.I sad > t
    { : v. :
    TUB: ri.M'.vr i: :srp.UKiura: TiiK'rmsrxvist : v T .ob.S
    4 la
    ix loan atam
    \ : sniirtrThe : : into a corner drug sh-jp l to wit; tor a II bar.n't 'a..r lwunl bin" 4441.1 74Upm pw : :::::::::::.::::.WtJuplt.r .. :: = & wo:;!: :
    "1 t-ansLt a young tl !let In the! act s 13am l1)pm ............W. Palm 1Ie.o. .. .. km II 310...r1
    !!' Clyde New England and Southern The "EMMERICH" r..r IK- was b-orbe.l Us the l J S 4Jan l41pm ................ ..BoYlnoD. .. .. .. loam II tl;,:v
    Lines. ; Pillows are filled of biding under my tad and I bare .... .
    ous representation of a hew I paliLt i :' 6.&m 8 supra .............. .Del' ism IIIII'I'II i
    ;, IlInfI: I' I"EH\1C1'< i: HKTWKKXBOSTON : :.: '.vith pure, clean and odorless feathers. uieilidiio uutil gllJII"III! ; out t>i' t.'uin- I j I pet:: him where he i-au't dj ,any harm e 61aa1 msw 9 411pm Opts ". ...................... .bsnia.. :19.1.....01 ; Sepia Spa. i

    :-::. JACISSOPJViLLE AND PROVIDENCE Enough feathers are used to properly fi'\\ .!Uha' saw hu car. ieizt'Jlt' H.M.- Ieat I uultf-s from sheer vlfiotiwne. he sees 7 twin 9 rpm ... .. :: IH.m 3'; .t ,

    -.; AND ALL EASTERN POINT the ticking cover. A pillow not property:: titiibrclla and hurr'.oJ tj tbe: (Iv..r. ji j fit ti tear my Hurtle"For -* 7 7 estlm aisle 10 10 9Opm a/pm Ar" ;.:......ii....)i!:!..; t Miami.City.---------------a< &- :1 ta.m an t tap.1 111.11 i E

    : r. Killing: at (''fowls+ton HtVn.v| *. made or filled cannot give satisfaction. i A..p.t i'-.Hl out a feUttuiiK* tote lieatt'iiN sake, mamma, j"uhawn't I slim ..... ..... .... .. : J/taml ... mI ,
    SliMI'WEEKLY crte-i nilrtikea: : Pick for it burglar 1755 ... :..... .:. ........ ... : :: ..?.:: 1 3OpM
    ; :fs' SAILINGS. Every pair of "EMMERICH" Pillows is : I I
    Why. he I Ii the of Hlchanl
    '",. SOO ''xtuu'L. From Lew'ls'1. sweet and pure, and is guaranteed to "Slop thief: He" htoleu my tun I HniM I'trlot Can on tr.IDSZU: and 78. lluffet Sleeping fan oa trains 99 and 96. -
    r Jon llrown
    I..r Ibomn I '1 brella' !4- of Itooiuvllle, who owns t Daily ll't'rl8ood. Z PIJ

    ",nvilie give entire satisfaction or money refunded. Without the fuiuteet -getivu that tlie: larg--tt; gold mine lu the went. -- :=:: -:==---=

    "That's a lie! ," said the gentle parent."Ith No. 23 11I..21 I""Ne.19, Dally .... .. .' 20
    .. '( .
    tt erred to him Pick\ ran and luaipt-d I/ATr0NT "C" NDaiso.22
    CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE ou tit<. car. -hard Jones Brown Is MM. Iuoan'abrother. S.nd.y only S.ady 0111" I I E.t.r1 S'"da, nl.O.ry'r ,

    I I
    met him at her house In -
    Between 10; AEI It 1'\1:1: : When IKreacliod the boarding houhe -*- 2 tern 1010.1; i6 IOpm; 9 hID LY... .. :1.ct.D.llle. .. AP 7 Cem 1 :i O;'; j m
    Jacksonville and Now York Ii>st week. He promised to .... .
    Sanford carrUtl I Jars uirbrellj: to hiown 2'Sim I'JI' >tam i616pm 9(541 .SuutSJackenornle..Lv 73am La 2au : :.0.1:1l
    Ai1 1'\I.TK.S1'OII./ send me a photograph of his who 'I'm 10lOaID I I' tIO5 m 939.18 ........I'.blo IJekb. ... 7 Or.Im j tl Yam 1..1t.'JlmIQ :
    STOPPING ST. sun
    FIL1N1'IS.It1lI: : FOm). (I Inl.Mrt) room aud forgot It until the next rainy : &>am IIMpm 9 4-tarn .... ......tJ.Dtlclleacb.. .. .. 'lOOamU4.-o&t.I : sollepm .
    IHllllnt..IIII.h./ .I. |lacnding| + till ST. JOHN'S: !tl\'EIL! Chas. Kost :; day when his friends ia.uircl; for I 14 u student la the medicaloleje.! / 1 111Oam 710pm. luoo.m Ar...... ... ...... 64OawIllaxm, t ;

    Steamer "City of Jacksonville" and .'Fred'k 1 their! mended property.; shall ask him to dinner." :
    DeBary" Miliy picked; up some unopened mall PLMXSIUB AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP COSMCT10NS AT MU.U I
    "The will I 1. ,
    repairs nuisheil I .
    tu s.iil f..I1.!| I.. ; lutay.1.11bring
    .it appoint a- 1 tN: aiv .IiiiUniividail.r!! rx.vj.t Saturday; that lay on the' table."Tills : .
    your umbrellas on iy,, way Close Caiiectloi Made at Mla&i .ltb Stctaiblpi ef the P. 4 0. S. S. Co..e,.
    S-'JO) in. IL-t K-ave Sunford\ must t
    at p unfit.; dully exempt| :Sunday. at !).-:\\U >e a photograph. Lookat
    H. inSCHEDULE back from the hospital.' I IK* told tit,'w.
    -- the Sanitary ant IMial.l.-: It." she snid. Havana and KeyVest..
    'T.-t:41 | N.rlh-buunil When he went out with( J<.-'a tim'irella. _
    ._ I Mrs.! Wells tore off the envelope, disclosing
    I Head tp which he SOUTHBOUND I NORTHBOUND
    had not returned it struck
    j, relliul.:I ''. .. .. ... LsouvnU-.. .\iri\f :!..ltl" m the unmistakable: likeness of I.. MIAMI. TaewHyi, Satord." ..It4upmIrKhY HAVANA ..Tbondayi....... lJt"n'nArKLVMMT .
    $::1.; ,.11I ... .. .. ...... ....... 1'"llItl..... .L...ItI'i..MI him as U-liij rather small for a man. "lianlel come to Judgment." \\KST.: \te.laeMaya.Sundgl..lwpm. > TbonlaM...... :3 .. p III Painter Paperhanger although It had: not occurred to film I I.I.TKfcVWEi "edaee4.J.. .... .. Wpm LVAETSEtTTbur.iayMundge.eaapw.51IIAYANA. "
    f IOn ui \Mnr... : p m "Oh. what have I dozer she moan ... .. Tnaiwlayt.. ..... . am Ar MIAMI KrUay.,Tu ....'... 6 Uipm I

    4.SOJMM .. .L... ::}1' i.rfor.l Sf. I l-'raiuU(Ih-I nil..

    -Arrive" lOlMlaiit'8tOam: :'..::.... ...:..I.iitrlpiltN.Sitnfur.l... ,.. .. .! : )( ru and Decorator. lug imittt-rt-.t; uiittiwii an the angry woman to Ikkwovtd him ever"Isn't: ,.a\\l.e"';" the she best t exclaimed'looking involuntarily. thing you HAVANA I > K KY W e. T Tueadays Mund.y., .P?U:ya.....:. 1( 0pm JUim: I Ar LT ll N.'A'WEST t..Tuesday..e.aturdey..l2 luelai.t: tuiaaj.. 9aupai ten's t

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    CEKERAL PASSEKGER AND TICKET _OFFICE) 122 EST BAY ST. JACKS rVILLE.RA hit bunch Ilf umbrellas and Tin lu.ply crazy about him!" Trains Dlscharte Passengers at Ship's 5lde. No Transfer

    .. .iRONM11\lEU.Jiv..1 C; .-..t. G.i II. I'HFH. .\It._ ._ \\Vht llav_ st.JaiLpnntilly: Ha l'. O. Box Fi. DA YlINA, I'l-A. np-M foot"' ,!when lzed. fearing to his! he astonishment hud set it on her shewhNjiercd "Hear, bear!! bawled IH,-k. thumpIng The-;=Time- T.blt'l-sbow the time which-trains may-b; exptrtol to-arrive at sal-: il.rfr -.'' .i

    \\'. CI\ OMil'KU.. : JK Frt. A 1t. c'. 1'.1.0\1-:1.1..1'\111'1.: on the closet door. .,im the irTeral ttattons but tbelr arriial or departure at the tmiri silted is tint Ku enut.ei
    | : "(i".1 gracious!, have nor htblsl'om".011o he held responsible for any delays I or nay conwqnMirw rising thrrrfroitt.
    Foot II"I!'''II Street JHLM.IIVIU-| Fla. "I 1 uiauiuia you .. .
    AC.: n.11ER'r'v.; i-u'i; i:,* 1'"..... Act.vv ""I'I.. congratulate you young IIUIU. locked him up? IIve me the key this For Copy of tile LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
    Fred Yi :i Irive had a touc'l'(' sful niornin "
    E. RanKin very >
    t'I.'IgIII.XI: :, Freight An.nt. NVw Y..iUrilL0. Instatit. "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." :.
    : If It were not for making a scene j
    (i. t-QER, V. P. anJ U. M. "Oh. don't k-t him out till I get up
    l\pcrt Accountant, Bocks Os';.:- that woukl get my name into the papers stairs," implored the old woman. Tve .. I). RAtt ER. Asst. Gn'l Pass. Agt.. ST. AIUU1STIMB.:: FLA.
    General (Olfi) .w. I'i..rN;. Numb Hitt-r. Itr.iifli 1'Jso! : HWd.hlt.X..w. \oik. I should denounce you here anti -
    Insulted him
    uot once, but twice. lie
    -- -- ed, Closed teQ. "
    -- I or .ldjtt ; now. "llIl1l'\'r "
    forgive me, never!

    SOME BARGAINS IN SEAL ESTATE. !i j H.\ ."..7JUitiviH.Kl.ila! his Ilkk:1"feet. s[,eechlc>!S. He ttarted ta pint Mildred fur reasons thought best, that known he to would.herself tin, T s. >1 I 't5

    1 U-ffiejri': ::. I>. 1J..t.tllwt. Jr. 'iti- "Poa't you !suppose" 1 recognize my and he did.: s
    stolen umtMla right there In your a CDRF''RfpAID
    :relis II.. k Uiiy an O t *j WIll i p'irbatr| a hum| i raining \\lih Prwflt.
    \ 5 0 0 iirt>|M rty in Sfulin rzrIfU \ 1,1 E h 11 '"' w t'I-t \'i'Jiwa 1 A%'-I.IHQ j and I 'it .iir.t I'.. alld i ::th 0'. "Xorth ktnt-l! bailed the con That "the dunce that goes to Horn*" Z t
    f f'el fs
    Two t-tory .house:, f.C live I I J U in KIXK! neiehU.rlKMKl. I ductor. I Is Hot nhtayt: the Kupvrliir of "the

    rooms, Cllll'allc y S
    and soft water lot 10Ux4vN.v< tf'IHlilig und' lath si>nd flr. Hunt and ;i .. "*cl Mice," aJJvd the woman and was the fi>!lo>\lug anecdote from A. J. ('. :: s

    from Valley% Street to the Hulifax river. salt" waIn i :0 iaaoaoecoaaooo.eea .eo o l g .!ulief ore Pk-k recovered sufil<*ientl.T'Tile Story of My Ufe.

    Could be suhdi\idlil [>i\incl' t>n Mile t;> 'tort (;11.11. the eminent English: sculptor l_ TS, f T ,
    street or river fr i.t. Vat i i. of fruit. .1 business: Iuilolllll uu ,, i
    ; ty "I t this jour umbrella Le a kelJoe used to r..latt'Ith great o $ SO
    0 THE gU.olt"'Io.lUll'tLtul :
    $ 6 0 0 0 North Btadl1.1.: I GLENNa 9
    I liiiys a iiv IHIUM-, j\i>toil I rol ::12u.: f ulrt-n he reaibod the Loo .. MhUh hapi>eued to him!

    siioo 0 0 Vnhi>ia Avtiiue.Mjt _____u. "It's the times as gooil. Where did whets he \\n-t 11'11\"Uull\ by diligence before -1 I a.a. .

    4 of the railroad. High lu\ a nw 1''Ile i ine :: 1lluu I ,. "" ".. \ltli I ai i Mi. : you net It r' the late of railways. lie had got; I }

    1 ground; white sHtletftiit. Five room S3200 3 0 0 ,.'.. UK-ati"ii III ar. hush 0, 'rll c'oul'rnirntr.". "1 uiust hate exchanged wilt M fur us the Mont ('..ul and while ----- 6: uB 1 i.

    house, good flow ing w* II. I.ul ;0\150.( III- :-H twn. fill r c : boJ)'." s.iM\ Pick ruefully. toolHt"-1 crJ-slnij it entered into conversation

    ___ rooms and pantr) on f.i>t .: ; lhrW | '* Nuitu i": |. :..t.I.t, ,..111; H.i J "TuLe iu> silver watch out aiM with Ll.s: fellow traveler ail English: '
    nnnn Fur u ii.iMnsMy! re' r(4)mg' I all and 1'.Ic t t-c..1. tll..r. 0 it off for Kl will s iTls.r c' '
    a g> vile y wan. not Aiuericau. n asked ualiauni
    6 \Mllllll'll, IIIHII-att: illt.lIIt.ft "al r. Lot .;o\72 ftttc It.'.tr.l aril ..r 'illt iiit riMiniH. IAv I-
    __ ___ a Joe. I where he had Latin, and he mentionedseveral .1 _.
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    t. IP U U U U Ic.u-e in doirahle IMUtiot. - : .'.11! "Who ball jou take to the next asxfiLblyr places und then said *Tber. a %_ 4
    Si- tiynk.
    A All niMlcrn tu:[>r X house in ..Ki .locaU 9a Jw Inquired later was one town I IItWhldl I thought i
    vale gas .plant; hot and roM, oft and / n 11 11 "'w go :>
    hard watT. Four nx-ius, J.itchf'lllllll'' at. U U U turn at I)a)'tona Itt'ac'h. : MRS. ElLA H. GlENN "1 have asked! Miss, Mildred Wells, curious the name vf which I cannot

    lumber room on first f f1flr! ; five rooms.Titre's rooms sad kitcL.n> t,n first floor; : but. as I have only met her nine bite for the life of me remember, but I

    +- bath and toilet M-cond tI'Hlr.IIIIIHl.lllt three rcwmsn 1-I''I'lid ih or. All large j :. I ,opi" trtr...... : will probably dot 1111(:." know It began with an 1'a'l :." CHAS. BLUM I & COMPANY\ .

    closet room; largo!: lil'lu| and l IIIr rooms, with abundant closet: room. |l lc eoreaaae, a.....oa...O..G 0 Not llIIy.", Uti the merceuary-tnoth- "\\ It llojuclglioue," said Gibson! -
    porches. Lot 85x300.' (;old Arches Lot 50121... S me fruit. I er. She won't l e iwrniitteil to refuse "or perhaps RadlcofanlV' thinking of AJ5EXCY; : I'AllST ItREWI.VG CO..

    $45iio---- Will pay for a furnishedhou.o : $2100 I 0 0 evfn Fur a rooms double in hou pood>!e'lo-1 of O.. .O..6O... O..O..9. an Iulll Invitation II1ln4" from the only son of a all with the U"No. unimportant places beginning Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis 66 Whiskey. 1 i,

    t $ 5 0 0 and lot in the I lj
    cation. "Her mother has ue er eten heard no It was a much shorter
    heait <>f town, rI-e: tu Lot oOxS- .if me." bald Pick crossly. ntuc: a one syllable name. I rem em. Sru.l| for I PI, I i-- List JAIKSONV1LLE, FLA.
    t. nver front. Four rooms hath and toilet i F. B. PENOR
    ] "She'll find you out "')Oil enough. her we entered It by a gate near avery
    on first floor; three rooms second flo'ir. in north
    For ,
    a cottage She keeps a regular Itradstrect's big (church with lots of pillars In
    Good flowing well lit, Ox110 fl'l.t.
    of town. Two
    $19 0 0 part rooms and kitchen onr I CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. \ eligible! Illt'U.Obe; bas married all her I Inlevs I' front of It, and th"re111 a sort of

    Will. rurt'ha..e.I nice .. M-rond. floor I to dlaiiioinl tiaras anti IK Just I square with two fountains."
    hrl fin two rooms on
    $6 6 5 0 0 re.idu.ceon! Ihll.1cultOIl IAlt ...'),,).1)0 I : All W..F'', .t:. .i.-, t i. a -lu.-t!> ln"t- J waiting for a chap like jon tit crown j "You cannot possibly mean Ulwe't"

    Avu.ue. (Vntral lix-a- tins "".1 v.'..ikiiKinliktiiiitniHr., her daughter. Her |x>nnl.sio" wont I "Ob. jes. Rome! That was toe name I If j

    tion. Four rooms hath and toiU-t on fi ft For a home on the river I' :! ii.....'h! il,. I..t fir in.iik.! 4 hi a-ked this time. though. She I Is <;<> j of the place." I

    first floor, three large Udrcniins srcondfloor. \ hllll front at Holly Hill with0 aff.rl. : \in; away tonight. Mllly toM nfe. to ---- r f I Itl
    AU rouvrniciices and house nicely I UUU n easy reach of l Iay1ppointer | this afterno" Fur> Halter For Harla.

    ) and furni.-lKd. Kj.-finrnt. tona. (lIouoe..1 clpht large rooms four j jon : I'l.iiiNand, JvofitnFnrtiUl.: .<><| 0 Jl.elIs right, und Mildred acct'iited''' i' There Is a certain kind of butter, '
    alundr y room, separate ..tor room and' ground!; fit..ratd four aliovtlot e > known ni -otentiu," that bat brought
    Pick's Invitation. Puriiij her mother'sahr.ence i
    woodshed. I hit .')-'x'.'O(). Sm fruit. 1 !Jx400! fee.t let to a varic I)' 'f fruit.Lots I' .I'...I "f l--! ern, v : i I both fame and money to Us makers In .
    sS she was relegated to the chart; j jvronage I

    in from few hundred I'n.i.itli.--r..x L'..*. l 11'1.1'1" : of a mach married cousin, Normandy This i>oi.>ular luxury retails i
    ranging price a I 0 w In) was! too engrossed; In the pursuit j tu Paris fur Ua |*>uud, and 0tl
    a eFaP.iloeegg4a.otoeaa0aa0a there !Is apparently iieter enough wi !
    of sterilized nutriment mid
    .. !!sanltcry;
    to several thousand dollars. ; balm the /
    apparel for her children to keep a titU..ty ivjrular 'usumera.! '

    vigilant her The diryniei: : vt Noriuaml tmwever, 1 Y4fI
    rye oil gur.trite
    nlcht of the found her In return for Ibis, liberal patronage ex
    Farming and Grove Lands. :::: : :: :: assembly |
    I ; uuaWt to leave her youngest who I eri-lse everyossllle precaution lu the

    f Neville Hci: : k _j' having; deposited: a dime In his luskles, I manufacture of their eii","uslve prod ,
    : g gI lit The cows are brushed! antI kept
    refused ti honor draft of mustard
    > a I
    A fiNE PROPERTY f fOR SALE{ and warm: water for tine. niu*unt The 1] j erfevtT! clean the udders are washed !

    I! OPTICIAN. !:!: distracted mother was easily. i>ersuaded ; and milkers dried are and thenm-hft the attendants scrupulously anti I 1 RYE

    to allow Miily to g-j with a friend.
    A fine residenro! property on the jieniiisiila opposite New Smyrna n H "I !shall have to leave early," Mllly clean. Th> rich milk U: doubly strained -
    the cvtiducted I ++t'
    told her escort. "Mother will N home rburuing bring ou let ey AVINGpurchasodtheentireoutpxitoftheCrystal
    Honse of beautiful knoll, facing on Xrth Indian :: H strictly modern selenitic principlesNo Distilling Co., we are now in position
    fourteen or more rooms on .., } lr at 1 o'clock and I must be there to I Springs
    ( odors are allowed to tvnie (In contact to offer this celebrated brand of whiskey as o

    t River. .Magnificent( view of surrounding country awl bran from !i '-./ -J H greet I ,have you know teen ,ttujln but I;proml wltUCouin i with the milk at any time, even lung as it lasts at the following greatly reduced figures: .

    upper story noautiful shade trees uUut tie) hous\ Almndan.r of g'N,1! z:jl:: Eyes KxainiiK'd I Frt't1. II 3 own>ed house mamma when I would she back" at our Ithey I'! the rigidly food Inspected and water After of the such cows care being and 4 Full Quarts. $3.20 -..:

    precaution these energetic and ionsclrntious 8 Full Quarts $6.25
    s the dance aud !
    left at midnight r
    water. SIlIstalltialllock on river front. ii At ClaikVJ .I..u.Irv( :Ston'. H: Marled for Mlklred's home. When i dairymen do Indeed deserve the ;r I ri', e 12 Full Quarts $9e 00 i
    fame arid fortune that hare to
    Clams Etc. they reached the house hick Inserted I Iu rom 1 L-- EXPRESS PREPAID

    L Best of Fishing, Oysters, !.NNI..1::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::ii latchkey but It woukl not turn. them.
    Crystal Sour Mash WHisKey
    T.rklzet has slipped the night latch
    About three acres of land with house. Suitable) for private' !4IIt'oeR claluied Miliy. She sleeps on the u thoroughly aged, mellow, delicious and smooth as velvet. This is a I
    'ah* KiprrWncr.: with fine whiskey. tA
    +++++++t9++ttt++t++t+++ttt third story and li s-> deaf six trout i rare opportunity to supply yourself a high-grade
    R Sanitarium or hotel fur :ores.Z + even hear by mall. What tball we The Jistinjruishwl, citizen had returned : **fA14 MARIETTA STREJtT: i

    J Geo. J. Vande V ord I i do?" '! from a trip abroad. > OAflULLO Oi ATLANTA. GEORGIASEND
    "I>K1 the old work give you the glad j
    terns.r + t "Isn't there a \\ window can open ; FOR OUR LATEST CATALOGUE
    band? they asked him. j
    + Builder and Contractor. + somewhere?" j I
    "Oh. yes! be said "or rather It.
    "SupiKise. you try mother's room j I .
    r,; ran : l.t; mah'" fllrlli..t.,1. N.. appniItkrrt + The windows are oa the piazza and gave We the expectant band. It wasn't ;! S.erUtA&tLGU.9'1V; !t! *stboo.J! i5'. .VWA R@tXltOtiti m

    REAL 'rE : c'ml.I"yc'I. \\'IM-II wu : they are seldom locked" .j' tie glad baud until I had put the tip ,

    i.: xI. + want 1,1! tutuMolt at a + -I will do my criminalist," sukl!I Into it.- Chicago/ Tribune. f e are making a Special Leader of : I It

    : "DAYIOMA (** :: l't'a"llnal.1to eubt it will liiy you \" 4 Pick. i j Ike Freak. .f aCf'. i*

    :I.; ; I + pet ml.' prhv r.rnk\v .rk. |.!utfriutr. + "Ju.t Inside the window at the kf 1 i Here I Is a uul.jue uemorial notice I "
    I Y iviiifitt uork a iiiii.iU Is stand "ttbatJI and uiaULes.
    l INSURANCEJ" + a I from n (liwrij ex
    . J C Ihce and 1 If! :.iJfnce cor. \\.I- 4 You cal easily: find the front d ,'::-, ;" (INVOIirORTKIi.!: ) I + "I I: 1'I\ have a light"c en earthquake and shortly afterward j I
    noun and :X'n'II't.& : ,
    K T E. HEIST: FISH. W<- 1'res.dent. j ale 1 the window, stepped In- i was blown nearly quarter of a luil ;
    FITZGERALD, President *+++*++++++++++* >++ .*++++* .nut with hs! hscJ. whIch j : "lIt: I-A11II.1 AXI MEblrlNAl. I'SK. I
    anti) Treasurer.MJ : j by a tJurrit ALt'. but be triumphed overall
    $ CHART. S S. HAltlilS.: : Secretary: I "it contact with somethiii tine at1idk'I.ol. only to be kkked I I \\.. bu.u-11t.C, this \\1,1.\ t.. >... Equal: to nut.- fJ'A) V\lnU. > onIt I

    > SHANKS UUILDI\J: -_ ': ....................- ou tLe stand and knocked ItIt! The :; out of life by a mule that had a uiortj j r".- 'n..iifct Pries | ..II.
    -,.:' .......N. one match tUat Le found lu his waistcoat i and blind In i
    .N... i gage on it was one eye. !
    : ;; .. : : pocket spluttered long enough Atlanta l'oustitutkiOther ; C'J r; \ KXI-KKSS PAID AMO : \> ,

    : i PUREfruit t khow him! the little! ibiua uauh .t.-\\ : f:: -..UU PER l'\LL 011y .u I. RRM:>hlPht:I "RU;.:.

    IF ralilis COMPANY i : which hud roed!! under the edge of the I Ubjrctloa. I :

    i l>..!. He was on !his knees to pick it Ut'I "GUdly' would I de for you:" I All ur Li'I'I..I' :s are luaranUt-'l; t Mntl t > V.niply with the t f

    I when suddenly the! room was t1 Vtl."IUI I Her look of tauteur was maintained

    I Jilicesi i iSrvtd \\ electric !light I and he was seized despite this plea I I :NEW PURE FOOD LAW.s .

    by. the tails of Lie evening coat and "You are In error" she replied! coldly I

    .* Dry Goods House Furnishings, Ladies'and jerked violently backward :StniggUug ': "If you think the color of your Late I t s J.d f ">" .. '1.JOSEPH: ZAPF & CO. -
    to his fevt. be< turned and l ned directly cons.ttutl'i! my chief objection to you."

    Into tint muzzle vf a revolver The good night was brief and ,soon, I' "
    11 ; Shoes Trunks Etc. : at ; \t." >g !I..- an t'I' :,. .11' J.\C SOXYILU:. FLi i
    Children's held ttbe accusing! angel who tad l'hIJa.t..IIhla Ledger. 1A I II ., .

    : Nmm".ud tini to his\ conscience In I y..y.t.tYt. .. .!.!.!AY.J.\.l!. -o'!.*>a'a,,, w!- axs'4'a'*<*i**S a.;* *sii' > '
    Assortment, Lowest Prices | j the street .par. Big DUrnau. I
    It Largest Stock, Best \ \ Clapp's Pharmacy '
    The surprise u ;a,. mutual PI- k's tu -I SLi How much do you earn a year? ..

    6 Impulse was: to I.:iJj;!, but iuiUieUuucontaf He Vbout $.!..Ot.tI'HI
    i Cor Beach and Fine Job at Gazette.News office
    .t t
    :r Cor. Magnolia AYe, Da.tona. orange at 4 1t' u loaJt'd:11' ta th t ne can't lire on that' Printing
    , Ifoach Ht. haudt, .' 'ermine fury Is Out timu You asked we how much I earn}.
    ............ INNN+++N+ NNN N11
    ......... I cake about 3:0.(ooo.titsTf
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    r ?a Jotra on tM! fa;ire. and slw Dad

    I. ber way sboar !*. jr-1 tt.> st.ri::: boo- In
    toi I twerp 9er an't'!. > hS3'!'ozfra i
    i ; I
    [ Spoiling a "
    lj C:a1. ss Dar! wr.s ->a-l.;: iad c>cse- ,
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    ';-'e'!. H< tad ;u h:* l- :::per "..adraa .. .. .......
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    "<' ..=T- but she saw beyond that:
    Romance :_ : :.-: '. '
    (Successor, tf: T. Conrad & Co. : ; Her heart was i; anac faster Ixt'w p..l.... \hf hi* i :
    \ she: had been la the cab Irf minute*. 1
    t:\"fair! sist: 'ro .: ; .
    I nrlc j tV sxt month that eb rr4.Rai j : -
    CLAIDL F.LMIRESThe repeated there or tour time* on ed r* st ami 'tc r. !::: I ; : ; : : -5
    Full and :
    = Carry a Complete : am .,mltiii t .t 1
    '. '. v. i rr-- .. ODe exco$e sad aaodier. bat tbe enlnad -
    derja that The .: i : : J !
    gn.yr g and sad sotbtez. UTiat ";
    Line of Plain and Fancy tht ee eaUrd a clandKLne Terre modi praoti'-f a- ;i" ( -
    I About 1 '}"'! >(-k : i
    r'\'kt'r'* rrt'.l!* c,> rvtarycp biuit'l srrde c followed. FeHup tart!
    kt.:1.: : 1'Y
    a :aon."hnwnt j-* tlsriy hl.rw1o:1 trerr :1Jfttine m errier* ia die park :;
    ttffe'tl "X' 1.1.11,1_; !
    : n>kff. Tb T''ry Kt' .,.ir' ttl''! : ; .

    jUROCERIESIRHILL t.i. :>.1 'i-> t- !itotwr m .Ti 'fact that an eut.>or** of a railroad ., ; : i [
    Oar ('01 r :: ;j
    w..TQW.! "'1t ", :: dart* to fall !a ;Qt'e wth: the dau hter }
    "Il'" u"-: :: :
    d d} r "J *pr.a!; fits tbi* m..nm& of tho a fetal miAII "r .1 i.land4'f.! :;; ulrtC/ >'/.. ,
    AToui.! "'h o appearwl ,. ''! .' j M .. rTle *n..'tll.l..-r... :
    -. .' -.' ,.. Viral bad Bft ret [ I
    E a+ : : ad frIZtdall : ? nuiuger R.-. Ii -J eel. l !
    ._ !' bunted op the too of b;> old; t'tln.t.! K-
    CUti'E BUTTER. tt- er r4pile! !+ ,!i.. -'::> I h.-ir>l lU
    ,, ... lAw bttq aboot there >-::11"1 ...u1.bavin : .. .
    :-.y j.a. It. ? )'1 t -r-- so n- :'-1: .tt..I'!' :
    9 i r.i Ti* tJ and s1 r--'J -' '...ta : ; to nor>tb don a tr L-a.-k 'f "t. .!: ':U.I..... ;r" : | i
    lIN\.a.l tot'fTljIt t ....... ..11. ar.< :u .t'ft'1! d'.rrttvn! w ho biS..v.>.i that tb- :..-n-m"u .Icit. !:

    = The Conrad Grocery Company t.e ?.:jt to twee a I 1-jan. Hn- are you.aajLow road w as guts !atbauJ.mJt.'r.: ; vbeu tea ;'i: "B.'IC'.bMtiiy! l .1auI 1 1it. I .

    ? FeeU::* JOMTJ ff- i.! tar! .T ?" the motive power department prumot! ; &:"1 t.. :>1:1': : (

    L: j 1'r: : t ..' Ai.d then tb* l-rvs-r a--i t.r 1 tbc It+man to be en-:.-'..r and gare: t'-s-; !t..t, :t :th Tltr! : t
    r.raR at down f.-r a't It o'erlast --Mtbat tta a local of !r.":"* '. i".r'i-: < .i'..t. ; .. .!It(',,.. ..;u : :
    It college ud !xked; ; '.f .:.... .!J It tent bi +&...t ;_: I'.1 i :\ett r ft... :., \ 'icI.rc. : : '
    C C iC ('AfC *iIC K C* ( k $: 3R lor an bow Nrfor the br'tr.. ,.' sere waitlu:; ; r tu.- ': br: :va u..:.. .f u r 'iN. : !

    By the wty. Tom. I're g't a N.or t.L' ttat aitr'LLg: r.! -t. T.-uu: ; .... r.!..tit ulrw.t ,.
    tan Tvnr road. at+jut. bet '!.#' 'of' u--t :>>..' :n U. !iwrd." .,.

    I "You Jot't .&1: tie Il.azi t eras ar+f: adrantagr .,tt: Tn: ,;.. : ? ,:,aC .... :r :&....... ./,... ;...ythl: :
    .1.. 1.1.. ..1. 1111 .... IsI ...I1 ...CiI.I .1I. f. .. i i c.!' w.tb a l letttr." ....:u/etl an .,.i.J['t'tl.eot. yJia wy ?..L..S' &' : i
    ii "But tea there Vou It wata stele l-y MW \en...'. I .
    W'A'f' .tu.l
    ern In; "I.I-!i. -1" :
    buy rlat'.': Ar
    i Curiosity is Not Always a Sin i in : with aaactiaery sine be wa" d kid. I httle IUOBJ:' Tb,? &raBJ! \ r" .!.: 1':1.\ .:. ....: ; ;:
    4rantt3: to mare; a broker of L.m. but :i bee maid 1r.,!''; avowed to depart tor Y -'I di.'t "Ii'I.[ I 1

    aya3 ton ia the '.i5! of areanglnl'. .. .. ,
    rQapJe c' year s;j. after 501114 throng: ttoo : I" '" : I
    : : the I''';ytechfli;* ;a'n3t! my w:..b* b* and at the fint *:-,p tie .; M. left the L.i'.I.! .." ,,' ". :
    : threw &# ot'ft' H!' wanted to go rs.:- paaIan'ter car :n wbvfa :l.thad bwu:
    It will pay you to invest!:: : : L3. aDd vactvd bm! hr and enaeonoe'f uded :. beth.. :

    we bat a ftlUHjf' ocr The war the maid'heirs! l out s 1dph ; ;

    : the and of I You don't s yr to the war the daogbt-r turned ?we' I I
    prices quality our .
    1 and the turt@d .! 'if .
    I didn't drlv fr--a the boas en veer r sera : ,
    I bet ::? :>f: J"JIt t y:. .. :'4.,1 t.. 'K flS'':"Lt : GROCERIES 0 9 .';.:1. : .' l.t;. tc: n : .rG:70 .1:: 1 ai:! rant T'< t- aaug ; fitiier f.J : I.
    that 1.:!b Hl+L hid! x ra nle-n' t. jaipr i LJ. .1----- r T-J fxL..iw'3y ; : : leak/I.1
    'I'ar '
    li :'Wr frvai me .j i'T 'r a crd.- w.tl1 m"- .j ':.': Claj''L""'tr :
    We can save you considerableSSSS ttf! to; bia othtrr. t'tt I ij.-'**r bi ir tv dr.p V.l L: .:. : ( 1:11"1. :.

    d .f T. from bin.: 'it ni a.-. I i ?... for UviiiU: uatll! he cvnM: r.. !- ti .r a"-x' : :
    ... .. '., '. station a-d 3 b. la 1'.. '. I
    l.t :'0: :r -o! :w'J & -:.IT- : :
    $ $ $ S I:. a: .... Lie i M. tad a: jfu:. :t :b ha.: Jnd I

    i ':, : :" tOo.' t.\! ...:. :'.%1. : :t the iv .* never are tr..2: "? -.,* a tuju
    Ur *. ..y to *ii.3: tL* !ju.'>.. :L'-a: & who a(-iit 1i1.'),\ tb- ':. J7.z." --fa r'lc'Tva"t'r -

    try ....:!..... -.itbr I'.1, from to bun :.. .> .: 0 \ !: fa be __ !
    S. W. CAKROLL t.. ... lIov" :' ; ...! 1''_' .r. Zt'ts T J ;.Iay..g lJ"rv"l :. + jJ .; .: '., i : I !
    ,i ; ,";" .1 :';:..- "\ :g :&,1.1'' ''' :he :" .,1 ,..,... & ::i L., w .... ..: ; .-: :

    Y-< I r.,.:.i rC.yer" :If J a 1. '.. trrirt! '.'4""' aLra 10. '..rr::':.rItJ : :,. '. : L..I :

    The North Beach st. Grocer. rvs* the I-/ j:.1 ..., ., s4- ". : .' ....11:;... .... ; ur ;1'., .... :.,. '. .: .\ :
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    ;..LOCAL. EVENTS. I Daytona J.H.VininCofOrmond.visitor Wednesday. waR a I':.real When you want bargaIns in I' I WILL BE OUT 1 I Dry Enough to Drink.' ---- ............................ Oysters Are Mljtier.' .. I

    estate or to rent a house see I .
    Hunters who frequent thn..oods these CHRISTMAS The oyster market is ruling high this
    Miss Lila : Rush at the Hub
    Abercrombie returned Cafe 107( North days have ample excuse for drinking season, and those who relish the delicious i
    ci.i store, new location, new \ Beach street.
    Wednesday from Charlestown. S. C.. tf NEXT WEEK.The something besides water. Never before SHOPPING bi-\alves will be compelled to pay
    ) old prices. All
    jsme goods where bhe has been visiting for R. T. McFadden: is bUbY getting for many years so the old inhabitants 35 cents per quart instead of 25 cents
    :.pftd free. & n't forget bOI110 k M hc the woods been --\T- in the Most of the
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    time.toadies'. .his store in order for luis opining say so dry as per quart as past.
    Ijfrg it cornea to Xmas shopping. next week. Last Forms of the Pictorial Edition present. For several! months there has WALLACE'SCURIO oysters which are fold in Daytona come

    .' L. H. ROUTE &: Co. long coats at Moore I II of the Gazette-News been little rain, and vegetation i ii beginning from Rose Bay. They have been plentiful '

    4srsd Block, Beach and Orange. i Brothers Company. 7-2t I :Get your photos for Christmas to suffer. One hunter who has STORE in former years but dealers chum t'
    lit Baker' Gone to Press. just returned from the woods state that the great quantity of fresh water .
    :!l| ffrf Birch wood's butter. J. L. Lynch who resides on Fairview : \Ve are happy to announce to an expectant that his dogs: found difficulty in finding : WILL BRING YOU IN TOUCH I which has been prevalent the past two i
    water to drink. has diminished I
    greatly the
    Elmer years supply. 1I 1-
    avenue Oliver WITH TilE LARGEST
    returned Wednesday I Thursday on a and doubtless impatient public __ .
    t link.I'orcherof... Cocoa, is visiting evening from a vacation trip to Rahway, X. .1., where h* will that the last form of the Pictorial Edition .U h.-- ---I ; ASSORTMENT AND BEST ; 1 d
    :,. in spent at his :......uii.uisiuhi........ SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS .ltl.MltlMtltMMIt|.|tM, f :
    Da"rna.f. old home in New York State. probably remain for 6e"ualH't'ks.. of the Gazette-News has been completed SVLL.CE
    : and is now in the hands of the : \ has put in this s'as.)11 FOR (GIFT A Few of the Things We Carry: : .f ;-

    'lira. R A. Bernard will be a guest Samuel Bennett, of Brighton FoR Hr.?.T houses: all bues.uid pressman, and it is up to that individualto : It large line of CUT GLASS UE llA'BoE'EJUI.: LINES Alligator Goods. Mexican Drawn !

    I :?ai'1Bo.ard for the winter season. Ontario Canada, is spending the pnic". :See Dnjtoiu Heal UtateX. : place it before the ;public lit the S It is hand rut and hand THIS EAR THAT CAN IL% Work, hand Painted China, ViewChina _

    .;'| ::tfor every "dollar"spent you winter with his brother, l ,,\ Insurance Company, earliest pow-iblo moment ': :N polished makeVe and 1of the BE SEES AT Pocket Knives the finest :

    chance.. See Bennett, proprietor IJennetJ ('. S, IhfiBH. Many \rxittiou! delays have occurred: test '
    Anthony. of The StxretaryProf in
    iii* : of it. All 'XT.A.LL.A.CE'S.Handkerchiefs Daytona, :
    during the pro rrltS of the work, none ] guarantee every piete

    ;:)W ar Jolley returned Tues- UFuruibL.Kl RoouiB-Bingle aud J. I.. Wught rtlurne.1 L >t (.f whkh could hRLNn obviated on : new ilc&ijrti and aliapes Call Orange Wood Novelties, :

    fit.. tmliDg from an extended visit fur light housekeeping, The Riverside Saturday from Tampa here he our part, among: which wire inability and see it. Xo trouble to Carved Pijies and Cigar -

    f", .11 -'.:"I.-tl" e, N C 413 North Beach street. 234Miss .went on businths. While there he to obtain n supply of paper when ordered -1 : how it. We stock also have of If You are Looking Holders, Souvenir Spoons and Jewelry :

    *' Rose Noble the attended the State Fair. from manufacturers, delay in | S. a large for 1 Post Card Books, Mew Books .. 'u
    efficient IMPORTED
    4 ,"Wiiithe person who has thertafcrilTel bating the illustrated views promptly I Something f
    belonging to Mrs. SanK teacher of the fourth grade, in the Remember the Daytona Bakery forwarded by the engravers, as well as'' : DOLLS. from 20e to SI.00, Post Cards and :

    {Ifcoffl plMs return the same? Daytona public schools, spent can supply all your wants in the traffic congestion un all transportion'I :_ Store Open E\enmg9 New You Will many other beautiful novelties, etc. A:

    >>. T Thanksgiving with her parents at bakery line. tf lines. Owing to these unavoidable conditions -I .................1..4 I........................... !
    -t.y A..H. Cherry arrived Tuesfs Lake we feel 1 confident that an mdul-1 i : Find it at Our : I Ii
    Jfaf. Helen.Eastman's.. Mrs. --- ---- --
    ;&j aftwnoon and is again in her S.V.. O'Brien and little gent public will attach no blame to our I Automanla in Cactus Land. DAY m BOARDING SCHOOL I II
    :{:: Kodaks and supplies daughter are visiting for a few days inability to place this magnificent publication Store. i
    I home at Daytona Beach. Have neen a *hltkrred miner.
    i:1.bInM you
    before readers earlier
    at Baker's Studio. with Mrs. O'Brien's sister Mrs. our at an
    : Whose name H Pocket Milt\ ? FOR BOYS.
    l" t :Fresh cream for whipping at Lourcey at New Smyrna. date. We will state it has been a sore He*buroln'up the desert" I !

    )!t .. Mills'r Ire Cream Parlor. Mrs E. R. Jefferson has rented disappointment to us In a .mell",'elt'd Like. Give Us a Call. i DAYTONA BEACH.
    -!\.. the Bartlett cottage on Ridgewood *TLe book of the year for children Such a magnificent work will have an II. struck a pocket somewhere I

    c',;." :Cta. C. Belles, a prominent young for the season, and will arrive on "The Roosevelt Hears," for unusually large sale, and it behooves And That he paid veil diamond: "Bring me to the an auto ton, E. C. GOULD, M. A.

    ,'ajtomey t of Miami, l i. visiting his Tuesday with her maid. Mrs. Bartlett sale at Clark's book store. you to send in their orders at once, as I bare long been needla one No Trouble to i
    we will not Vouch to be able to fill all

    'gandmother, Mrs. Julia R. Bolles. will be the guest of Mrs. M. R. Mrs. J. C. Foster of San Bernardino orders after the edition is placed on 1m Them tired burro"' be beasts.aYI,"of of mine puocbla: Show Goods. MISS; KATHERINE A. CRAWFORDTeacher

    ,JTry Birchwcod for fresh meats. Robinson, for thewinter Cal., a niece of Albert Ben- We are now prepared to book (. lIalt'.1 !Mefetch neared devil : of Voice and Piano.

    - ED.Parish, of Great UarringIOB tRalston, Health and Crawford nett, arrived Wednesday and will but Orders cacti booked must now for first all order- lionS That give can m no blamed-nlu cbufTer" ........................... t:
    accompany I Studio Clark's Studio.
    arrived l last aLoes for spend the season here. But let we take the wheel; over
    MM, Saturday and men at Moore Brothers -- I .t t
    t U play tbls g"m lODe banded
    : his; residence at Day- Company. 27.2t #G. U. Wilkinson, Holly Hill, HAVE CHANGED i So Jest watch me wake abe deal." PARADISEREGAINED I. Address or phone Seaside Inn, Day

    'tou Beach. general merchandise chickens lies stampeded seven roundups tona Beach, Fla.
    Thursday (Thanksgiving) was a butter And be.s wrecked an ostrich farm __._, d _....._111 _

    Dr.F. H. Houghton has returned. legal holiday and was BO observed and eggs a specialty. THEIR QUARTERS. I .\nUfm Cactus clean! to Kyot ELITE DRESSMAKING PARLORSThe

    Suite 4, Opera House block, tele by the Merchants: Bank and thepostoffi Miss Hazel Stiling and Miss May He has left a trail of harm; It It lit
    So>>were bun tan'with a posse
    pI te tf The schools Bond 1It1lt I For this Misses, Sparks and Turner ;
    <-e. public also leave today for New Smyrna brnzlne crazy can Such is the East Coast of Florida.-An

    Mn Florida Ihnkins returned Into observed the holiday. The business as delegates to the Christian Eu- Two More of Dajtona's Progressive i And If hut hell re a day of sorrer, nsliHuvf have opened a Dressmaking Parlor
    tnlDgdonl rtampetle Ideal Climate and Unusual Opportunities -
    home at Bartow Tuesday, after houses closed' part ,>f the day. deavor Convention in session at that Business Firms Have Moved I r RepubHt an in the new Conrad block.YOURPATRONAGE .
    Await all Comers.
    pleasant visit with her ran. W. JWe have a very fine line of place. Into Better Quarters. I SOLICITED.
    Automobile Club Meeting. In time the entire stretch of the Florida i
    IainU BaDkins.Vis. leather goods and combs to show New invoice of fishing tackle Not to be outdone m the march of East Coast will be thickly --- -

    E. R. Jefferson, under date now. Call and fee us just received at Barnes' Novelty improvement in Davtona, )less *. I.. H. A meeting of the Florida East Coast At the lrecnt time there are pelPlt'd.1 THE DAYTONA KINDERGARTEN :
    Rowc & Co., and Peck & Foster have Automobile Association iu'1 be held at
    of KOT. 26th writes that he111 Ow. H. CUBA. Store. lightful homes along the water f ( 't
    this week moved into new and enlargedrooms the Club House, Monday[ ev'enmg. December -
    numerous farms. Opportunities AND PRIMARY SCHOOL.
    1 J feu Montclair, N.J., for Daytona H. L. Aultman, of Byron Georgia Mrs. who had in the new Conrad block. 3, at 7:30 p. m. The entrancefee prosperous t
    Ryan, a millinery that are now abundant must in i
    1CII XOT. : L. II Rowe locatedin has been reduced to $5.00 and an-
    o. Company are
    Friday. has been the guest of his son, M. B. I establishment on Beach street last : time be closed f'renr. Those who take t ,
    one-half of the center room in the nual dues to $6 00 to take effect January Located on Bay Street
    :f Water Aultman, for several days. The I has advantage of present conditions will derive (
    is ? Call arrived
    'What Lily at winter from the north. fine new block on the corner of Beach 1. Blank applications may be se- I -- -----

    t.the electric light; plant. senior Mr. Aultman i is at present She was accompanied by her friend, and Orange They have much more cured from the Secretary .choicest the greatest places at benefit a trifling by securing cost. The the BELLE ABBOTT HAYNES, Prln. I

    visiting[ with a brother in Tampa, Miss Underwood room for the display of their elegantline -----
    ; J. D. Maley.and Wm. Jackson re- assertion that the East Coast' of Floridais -
    from week's hunt- whom he has not Been for many of jewelry than they had in their Many Building Sidewalks. Paradise regained is not far from the
    , tamed Tuesday
    a For Rent or For Sale FurnishedMy old location. New wall cases, a fine display DR. W. A. GOVE
    ; YE1U'B. During the past FIX months several mark. An ideal climate, summer and ,
    ill trip near Harwoo-1. They report window and plenty of show cases,
    home on Ridgewood avt-nue is thousand:" feet of ('eDit 1st walks have winter, autumn and spring, fertile land

    !; quail as very plentiful. cFor Sale-lie me, Passo, Admiral one of the most complete houses in gives this firm one of the finest jewelry been constructed in Daytona and the which will yield enormous return-onthe Dentist.

    . -Sewing machines for sale and ixhley Pecan tree, $1.,0, the city with every ronH'lIienn rooms south of Jacksonville improvement u very noticeable to the investment of capital and labor all of

    pieve, Nel >on-"the largest nut inthe most indifferent ob'erv'er. the pleasures that the land and sea afford office: tor Ri? ewood and \olu>,ia.FHONK :
    OEO H Ltnwio
    Barnes' Store. :
    not at Novelty '
    world"-and Texas Prolifio,I The city council has for some time and a location singularly blessedin : : : :.
    ' .Fur every "dollar" spent you $2.50 apiece. E. N. WALDi() The Gazette-News presses are at The is now north occupied room of by th>the Conrad old reliable build- had in contemplation the passage of an its freecom from di. 'ase is as near an ---- I .
    ordinance requiring all sidewalks! to be approach to an earthly paradise as can
    !: get a chance. See Anthony. the work on some large announcementsof firm of haberdashers, Peck A. Foster
    Conrad Stubenbord, jovial ; .
    ,:? of cement hut the action of our public- be found. DRS.ATWOOD& RAWLINGS
    , asix-day furniture sale to be This room has liven t' ccially fitted
    conducted up
    Jerome D. Maley has been sum- and irrepressible Coney Islander, spirited I property owners in the prem.ices
    for their business and is one of the best '
    'BODed as a grand juror before tie I arrived Wednesday evening for the by the Snow den Furniture in Da 'tona. the firm is one of the seems!' to 1m forestalled!such actionon Tax Payments Start Slow Physicians and Surgeons.Dr. I
    . I Company. Look out for bargains the part of that body, and such ameasure
    : United States Court, which convenes winter season. Mrs.I Stuben boN oldest in this line in the city, and with Not much nthusia-mi it King manifested .
    would l he of little avail view :
    Jacksonville ueit Tuesday and two daughters will arrive early For Rent-Seamm WOl1'wo) ; their enlarged new quarters they are of what has been universally done by among Volusia County taxpayers Atnoodotb
    I next week. They will occupy: their Fully furnished cottage, 7 rooms! and better fixed than ever to tater to the those whom such an ordinance woultlrllnt'I' in the payment of their taxes this year IIr.l Ra\vlingorli: 'rfiille B drug store! ; ,

    . ,' C. M. Christie and family re- bath i electric lights toilet on second wants of their customers. up to this time, as County Tax Collector -
    '* home on North Ridge"OOIt.trhone ; ; i "" .
    tamed from St Louis Mo., Tuesday, Door; stove or furnace heat; tele- I). P :Smith:; report business dull C. C. BOHANNON !'to

    ,/tnd are again occupying their winK us your drug wants. phone. Address any agent or W. Geo M Price and family! :arrived TETLEY'S TEAS and drooping at his onVe m New myrnli. ,

    ::K.; tor.home North Ridge wood. HANKIVS, the Druggist. It. Chittenden DaytonaAll the fore j>art of the week from Fair Are for sale by Miller-Strohm Co., the. first The of books November have but been very open few since re Physician and Surgeon.

    .--T tWice line of box stationery. Manager Miles, of The Pines, to- the Daytona hotels which are mont W."a and will occupy Mrs. Gonrad Grocery Co., S.V.. Car- ceipt have been iseucd. Office over tLe Atwood Pharmacy Beach. i ;:.

    HANEIVS the Druggist.A. gether with his estimable wife, arrived open served elaborate and elegant I C. II. Spencer's cottage on North roll, Daytona; I!. C. Totman, Or- street! DAI TOM, lm.oamna.TrlephoneNo .
    Wednesday evening. Mr. Thanksgiving dinners The Dos- I Reach street for the winter. mond; J. K. Williams Seabreeze. Death of an Old Settler. 74. I i .

    Shanks requests the Ga- Miles i ia an expert boniface and The pland entertained a large number I The Regular team beat the Colts Ii { 25-lt :Mr- Caroline \\ desner, wife i.f I. O. -- ,---- - -- -
    MUe-News to say that he was not a 1 Pines under his management will and the dinner was par excellent. I i in a closely! played game of base Gl''n'r. of Port Orange, died Lit Saturday E. L. STEWART. M. D. j I -
    candidate for the Collectorship Christening Ceremony. morning!; of apoplexy, at the ORI' of79jears !
    City still retain its popularity and continue ball Thursday afternoon. The score I
    The little Ron of one of Datona'a I :Mr( (K"-ner was Mie of the .
    u stated. last week and that the report to be a favorite resort for our metal workers was recently noticed I at the end of the nine inning' htood St. Mary of l>pi>>copal church was thestenc early wttler of Port Oiaii|<' and I had Physician and Surgeon ..

    was erroneous: winter visitors. 3 to 2 in favor of the Regulars A an impressive ceremony on a wide rink of friends: th"lgh"olu"ia
    apparently admiring the muscular Wednesday afternoon the occasion being Special attention to t>l-w "4*.of the

    : GoL' Frederick Lundy and family |M. Ella DeVoy & Co. can furnish development of one of the workmenin I good crowd was in attendance the christening. of little Catherine her County death., wh. will I. pnevfd 1 to learn of EYE, EAR, THROAT and NOSE. : !

    tad desire in oWe doctors but Hammond Johnson infant daughter of Offlce ana residence: :So. 101 Magnolia I ;
    Walter and are not by our ,
    Lundy family are you with every thing you the shop. The man extended his The r'maill"err ont to oot\iil corner Palmetto .
    Mr.( and Mrs. C. M Johnson of Havana, arena
    expected to arrive here today from millinery. -I-4t arm and said to the childVhat; new process of ironing and<<1 shaping L'ulia. The Wi" for mt( nnrnt Telephone MSlla :. i C

    oDe, Island. There will be Many listened to the able Thanksgiving would jou do if"ou had an arm we will fix that rough edged the rector 1 lev'. Wilder, in the presence B. Wright H. H.-Wright--Jr t I!

    v twenty-two in the party. discourse by Rev Howard. like that. His reply was, "I'd collar so that it will feel like new. many invited friends. The church was* G.A.KLOCK M.D. I }

    DOHA STEAM Lmwn. beautifully decorated for the occasion WRIGHT "
    wash it. I & WRIGHT
    of the First Baptist !
    l For "dollar" n. Gibbons, pastor i
    every spent you and reflected credit on those

    , get a chance. See Anthony. Church, at the Congregational: tNow i iij the time to look fur the Miss Marie Wise, who has been jetted and designed the t v.h"l'ro-l i Physician and Surgeon. Attornrys-at-Law. ..

    ;, Church Thursday morning. Instead Xmas gift, and what is nicer than ,visiting with her sister; Mrs R L. tions! ITJ: :>. Kidg t'wl"M.l A\i I'hon J"! .. t

    ) Little Margaret IJrokaw observed of having; services in the different sil'.erware.c have Smith, has accepted a position with I Immediately following this interesting, (Hfiu'p 1I0ur" ;--S, U'-1,7-V Office in Telegraph office, DeLiND. '

    W eighth birthday Monday en- jewelry or avery the Western Union Telegraph affair a reception w:a* held at the homeof HA\'TOn.: ..\.
    f churches the various congregationsunited
    fine stock and will gladly lay -- --
    Vuillaume the grandmother the
    tertahung number of her little Madison. She left S.H.GOVEARcHiTEcT
    a at
    at the Congregational Company I
    "$ in worship away and mlrany pieceGto. i little girl, from 3 to 5 o'dCI. How ers T. E. FITZGERALD
    friends at the home of her Mrs.
    parents Church. yesterday, accompanied by hand-I I
    e I H! CUR K. Jeweler I ferns and palms constituted the KIIIMR A>D lorriucroRI !
    U,. and Mrs. A. K. Brokaw,on fairview Smith, who will remain with her !!decorations at the hoUM-. lit'fresh- i :
    line ATTORNEY AT LAW lfs'sidenee and I office northeast of -i
    t avenue. tSee the new and up-to-date A party consisting of Hirry until she is familiar with the office ments of the daintiest kind were f\'d.1 corner .:

    of ladies' skirts at Moore Brothesr Bough, R (). Douglas, II M. Hoi- details. Vocal solos were rendered! by Mrs.( C. DAYTONA, 'FLORIDA Kiiljrvwoidl and Nolnwia avenues. .
    tA aix.inch, hot air Ericspn en- ') ."-l Bohannon and Mrs.[ .\. H ,. C
    -' 1'hone W. Daytona) Florida
    Company. man and son and R. J. Malby, madea e'l : .
    for --
    : Xue, complete, in fair condition, while Misses Ella \\illaume and .Associated with -- -- ----- --
    ale had the misfortune hunting trip to Eldora in B FHough's I :
    cheap. V. C. Grant Daytona Miss Mattie Sparks Mill in Business.J. Brown ddightfully entertained
    Beach. tf launch "Meg, the fore :
    ; painful with selections
    guests interesting
    to meet a very C. IVttepher, the old reliable auto I
    of last part of the week returning in timeto In th. receiving line were Mrs. Johnson Del.ana. Florida
    Kill returned Saturday accident Friday afternoon man, wishes the Gazette-New to tute CIVil. ENGINEERS
    Thorp .
    mother f thech..rub of the
    home t occasion -
    celebrate Thanksgiving at
    lilt Irom Tallahassee,: where she week. She WaR riding down Beach that he i* still in business on Btllevue ; her mother Mrs \uilUume, and Sim.lal ftu'ihtk'" for exniniDlnu land) Him
    and when with some of the game secured avenue He can repair jour auto or Office in Shanks! Muck I'Qum-lLM: DAYTONA and!
    t had been to attend the convention street on a bicycle, passing the latter' mother Mrs. Duell. thus Offices
    ; sell 1ot'Cond-hand mathine MIAMI FLA.
    bagged) over two hundred fine you a new or -
    4 congested section a They representing four generations I IArt..r
    ol the through a
    State Federation of Women'sClaba ducks and as low a* any of them. If you want I I
    u the delegate from the Pal- dog ran in front of the the wheel ground., throwing She- caught snipe, a a quantity number of fish in addition. : anything in the auto line look up MrPettepher ( departed shower, wishing uf congratulations the little childa theguesta I The Pubiisher's' I Daytona Office Established_1875. i .

    Miss Sparks to : I
    metto Club
    : of this
    city. and future
    happy joyous and the shedding -
    "" several bruises and injuries machine-sliced dried Daytona Pressing and ,
    sustained :::Try our of lu!'tre upon its' proud pannts ClaimsSuslaiiied i '

    %_>Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith, of which will confine her to her beef. It costs no more than beef Piano Tuner Coming. --- .- _. Cleaning Establishment. 1 ;

    -'HAakill.N. Y., sail today from I room for some time, although no sliced some time ago that is stale Adolph M Jaehde, the expert I.adien and Oentu cloth cleaned, pressed
    Hotel Arrivals.
    jJfcw York for Daytona on the "City serious results are anticipated. and unpalatable. Our dried beef is piano tuner of Leesburg, will be in City i I UNITED Tt...r*ter'. OF International CLAIMS I and dyed.l al.o d""matr'flg. r

    fjflUMU. This will be their The following parties registeredat Dk.tHMiarjrKllevetliatltwiiifiu.t.IJ |.'|HIUr .
    So are cut the same day you buy it. It is' Daytona luring the month of Janu- I'tint.rultreu thoroughly re-txhted inevtrt 1NdA4'\IN: DC LYONS .
    '':'fck and they :Cbristmas is coming. the City Hotel for the week end tlt'TIILand\..t ly enni bed in ex >ai t.with j .
    wwter in cry|
    Daytona ? ( .
    40 t'.seh
    larger and fresh and thin as a wafer. ary prepared to tune pianos Orders the jiurfowof adaptlnir U to meet the larm-r St, )aytona. (laTHE :::: :
    il Utter the Christmas goods ing November? : and *e\acer requirement or soother(rmcrmtion" '
    : be left the Gazette-News .
    every year. Yours to please may at I ---
    line than ever at ,\. L Jones, Georgia; H A. Howard :
    better We are of the opinion that this alk-patkn # !
    .' Prorapt delivery. Store. J. L. ODnl. office' or at the postoffice tf Atlanta; E. I.. harm F B. Hod''en, II. : most work clearly that Das ant ten accurately aC'OmJIbt'.a\ ttresulttbatbaahreareaibea. the.. =; c- -1 t

    HiVEixs, the Druggist -- -- -- F. Licklider, .\. O Martin. F. C. Hard : The(11'tIlna" I /
    a* It now itaml-s! bu Un ttionnniii\ le

    > : Mr. tad Mrs. D. A. Blodgett and jj UUt t1{ H :U tj:" ing. J T.. IIubey the larirer anl ne>erer rvquiremenii < t a I
    ;.fr87, of Grand Rapids, Mich., kin*. C. :S. Chambers Oorge W. Bj'rue. i i I generation w Uich( demands wore <.f|K'|>ular ON EARTH \AH
    l'bllol"lClCalkulJwlt'dll1l than any iftutrntiuii I \
    **e in I. c.;. \rchibold J.V.. Thomas II. c.I I
    yesterday and are occupy- that the a i>rid bases er coutaaie.i. I
    II It I* lerhalS needier to a >*| their magnificent home on&d Stuck C. F. Flynn E. Matthews, LIlulme ::. to the l'IKna"'lo our Judicial work aiot I
    '" George P. Pepper, EVan Vms- tbe highest! authority In accuracy i>f Jetlni I
    ewood avenue. They came' = offer one of the best constructed buildings in Daytona) locatedin lion; ami that In the futureulnthepifet itwill LILY WATER 1
    have to burg, J. B. Baker; II C Daniel, IIVasai be tbe sourc of constant reference I

    ". from Grand Rapid in a private of city on Beach Street; Lot 48x150, with 20 foot alley in rear. !i: Charles I-.. Pursell, F A. Rodgers, j WEUW1 I Tse Bttt U.ur f.r jl 1

    ear. I center T. B. Wrenn r. O'Connell, C. L. Brad- J JH1 055 I55tAMt"s ELECTRIC '

    .," ."L'.. 'B17lMr; and better loaves at the property is paying 9 per cent. net. Terms to suit purchaser. See me ii | field William Jeffreys Mr. and Mrs. E. I:. Ul.& a II. 'rLU"r/..... i PLANT LIGHT', i
    '. De 7tOflaBakery. :I White, L. M Wattell Isaac Levy Sew The aSses rtfertINTERNATIONAL to WEfltTEW.t I I II

    ': York; James Carroll Ormond; J S :: DICTIONARY I j 1
    at once.
    : B Itona. Red Men to the number Fowler, J. W. Blader North Carolina; ; .
    : i
    cf W. E. THOMAS A. J. Phillips, Fernanaina; J. Y. Det- THE GRAND PRIZE -- '-- -- --
    eventeen St Augustine
    went to
    wiler New C. J. Lambert Herman (the highest award was given to the Iuttrn-
    in i Smyrna; uonaiattbewnrbiakairst.IouisGET A.L. Reid the Tailor Ii ;
    daesday assist
    to ("url A. W Baltimore D. ,
    Insurance and Loans. Vigal, ; .
    j J W dflpUon of twenty Ancient City} Real Estate, j: Mjthewson. I>upontV. Sample J THE LATEST AND BEST Ii" at the Globe clothing store t.. l-
    I again
    ?h (faces. The party returned4'ridiy E.: Sherman, St. Loui A J. Sawyer, <'
    I THE EARTH. | J'uii ci3 le inttrtttetl in our I and is prepared to do tailoringin
    and report a very pleaaJktbip. "I SELL J. Thurber Chicago: F J, Tow zley. .peemcnpaQrsIe'utfrce. first-clasd and
    shape Repairing
    Sanford Harry Lawson Ed.
    ; Virginia; G.&C.MERRIAMCO, .
    d C. Jones, Philadelphia; Vr. E. 1lilling/ ". PUM.IMCH*. arms,,, pressing a specialty Give me a .

    ;..1rIak tile Tctley's bat. Teas, II 2S-.t you ||WbtWMUfc..... -- f r Mi,. E. V Ryan, Ohio. BPRINOF1ELD, MASS call if you want good work. .

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    r.t I ,

    t p. Anthony Bros. 1820. : Local* 1 Paragraphs. : how much Lard

    Established :...( ........o.a.u..a...: :i us your grocer

    for H. J. II. F flV.Cn was a bound visitor I
    ; Sole Agents I sells and will tell how
    Fine Groceries, Prompt Attention Monday. you
    S. & M.1 Clothing. \
    Given All Mrs.V.. \V. Foltz and daughter j
    Choice Coffees, much is in i iNature's
    Teas and Mail Orders. arrived Monday. i j i' indigestion )

    Mrs. Dwight. If.: Stilhnan was
    1 Household Articles. Careful Shipment among Tuesday arrivals. 1 the neighborhood.Lard t

    H. T. McFaddcn arrived Monday I
    +rl is made from hog and is bound will surely supplant lard for shortening
    l Dry and Fancy Groceries from T 'L('{' Island, toorgia.
    ... lI to be greasy and indigestible-sometimes and frying purposes wherever its virtues
    I Mrs. Margaret .utnrru Jus: aovp-
    The Best the World Affords led a |**ition as saleslady with the absolutely unhealthy. There isn't an are known. Give your poor stomach a .

    \ I't..- ..-J kn.1 TIlls (Viuitany.: ounce of hog-fat in Cvltolcnc. Its basis is chance-divorce yourself from lard, and

    rl f i I I.trg\t: : ; t WIiolcviland! lA-uil l nr1; .\rill'I the World Mrs. I 1) McLaicn armed Monday just pure, refined Cotton seed oil is use Collolcnc. \i l.

    ? I II with a National; reputation, loan Jed: on ijtuhty. Square afternoon and joined her husband: thoroughly digestible and healthful.Colocue is made: by a cleanly, hygienic rsanitary

    ) II c Dealing :and Low Trite,. FHH: I I'URfcSI I FOOD and children at Daytona Heach.Mrs. process, which insures its purity. ..

    _. : > I : PRODUCTS. .lerome D. :'Ialt'will leave The stomach of the average American It is, moreover, healthful, because its chief

    .. r X Y 1 I Lowest Prices PrevailOur next week for XV.v Yoik. where shetoll has been subjected to lard-soaked food for ingredientis ahealthf ul product. It will aid

    i ,'i..itit" her father (',,1. ('. II. years simply because people have not rather than retard digestion. The house
    r Pt th American
    with the leading
    tremendous trading : Jones.Mrs.. known the dangers of the "lard habit." wife who pays any attention to hygienic
    and European markets enables us to effect unusual sav
    ing. We give the benefit of this to you. F. ft. Lindliorg') spent a part Collolcnc is so much superior to lard, both cooking will use

    ;G:. of the. week at Like Helen, where as to the palatability the food it pro- Cotlolciic in place

    r Write us for our "Table and her. husband is employed) with (the duces and its healthful qualities, that it of lard every time. .

    Home" Catalogue and Price ListA B'anal} I.umlier ('(.tIIl'any.

    Mrs. I'.J.: JI'lfT.111) had laenis.. COTTOLENE was granted a GRAND PRIZE (highest
    _. F magazine of intense interest to every housekeeper. possible award) over all other cooking fats at the
    iting with Mrs. A. (C. Marker on
    Complete: and beautifully illustrated from which you can recent Louisiana Purchase Exposition, and food cooked ,
    Itidgeivood J: avenue, departel: I for her '
    order the year round. Blank order form endo J. with COTTOLENE anther: GRAND PRIZE.
    "'.; Copyright 1906 by home at lake Helen Saturday last
    ; H rt SchaiFner fef Marx I "Home t/tlft" a Gook of 300 choke recipes, e< frc? t
    t --- We Pay Freight ChargesOn Mr.s. \Vilkius of New ItVhelle: ty Mr. Kortr, it your for a 2 cent stamp if you
    address The N. K. Fair bank Company Chi: llo.
    You'll find the II. S. & receipt of price any order of $20.00 or over will I V.. arrived) Monday and is again
    A NEW FEATURE-The patent air-tight top on this pail i* for
    t< li. ; I be shipped, freight prepaid to any Railroad Station East occupying i her home on the c.irnerj the purpose of keeping COTTOLENC clean fresh and wholesome;
    of Mississippi.. i j of Live ak and llidgewood avenues it also prevents it from absorbing all disagreeable odor of the
    they're perfect in fit, Ii( iaI- I I grocery, such as fish oil, eta

    ity, tailoring; they're all I Money Refunded if Goods 'I The famous I'arlow Minstrels F

    wool and the label is I Ii II will apjvar at the Ojtera House.Wednesday .
    ) Oil Gift from the South }
    them. I! are not Satisfactory I evening:bees }111.! t hiseouipany Sunny t

    I is well and favorablyknown
    I This lib rJI oTer anJ absolute guarantee is warranted I )
    : t
    to theutre-goers and they will)
    DR. HOUGHTON 'I by the: high quality 1 of our goods, and 1 the universal I I draw a big house on their appear-' e&.O oi >so> :: rtYhrr.r ltrarrrrr: -!:wttsmtoMnnnnitiifrfaand; < '
    satisfaction: wherever: sold and used. I
    DENTIST. II IIi 1 i ani-o here. : Legal Notices | -;

    1 I The card of the. '3..iII.lnn, Daytona "I r a Baggett Post |
    Office: Suite 4, Opera House ttlock. .0000.00.000.0 0 .s..I| ;:r
    8/ e /l o>IOM o lIl llllll Itearh's jiopular hostelry, ap- EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. : :
    : ;
    Phone 3: |jars' in our advertising columns. ; 'c r

    135.139Vest 42d Street, New York. j" Thisexeelleut house: under tile di-i! III I'oUlitV Jll.lxe'--> Court. I -r
    ol Vol.l-ia C'"t.\: Flu Real Estate .
    ; Isaac A.Stewart Kgford ItljSTEWA11T Address Kail: Order Department.Out reel ion of (Horace F. Stewart i is one I lu II... matter of tli- }jttjit ..1
    I !'''I' of the l lest on the Ka-l Coa-i and i is ]l i ,. ..f. riinrlV.! ... .\r : c..r.. -- -..
    '.atmaasaeort> ; & HLY, very: popular with tourists. !! Noth-e is i! lierei.y tfivil that tinllliiler' IILrx I!r: and
    I ..I hIlt.. Iron;"l'llOtilllo..ll.y I 11x. ....11" c,:b -
    LAWYERS, The Pictorial Edition of tin: i .1. I.. Wallace has an :\,I. in 1-1| t\\ jmh; /,..- >.f YoliiMa ..,"",). I FI r..Ja. e\ i I 1 .
    1 ..nt.r..f' the wllI..t fhnrU. { .
    \r'It.I.I'1 e
    Week! I la/ctte-Xews: that I
    Next day's you r: brut ilttfaxefl. :IIH! all ereilitor.I. !at..5." alit.tril.nt. : t InsuranceOpera
    Office iu Bank Building, DtLAM). FLA Gazette.News. t
    Daytona ... ,, i t
    help hut notice on rount of itsuniqueness I + aii'l Jill i T>oii-4 having rlaiiiijHKaiiet : _
    Branch office over Poetoffice. DAYTOXA nihl ettatiare her.-l"> notiticiljto i:
    11 r. Wallace hsnaltrsl: (I |>niit ,I... aiiH-- to IIle. uud..r-icrx-I. | ra
    t """" one of the finest lines of curios and i iI .Iul, ullth..III) c'nt..1 within I".a,- : Mouse Block, SEABREEZE, FLA.
    'II! :
    fritilIhisdlt.: .r tlie same mil l Ix- bur.o I '
    novelties in Paytona) and tells con' r

    t I,I all al out them in hi'iallvertisenient.I I II -r (harn.l.ittt,..l thisM lay of II..tolier.l I I'.MM: .; 1 I IX.WY I ;S roTTAOKS:: FUI! SAU': (Oil I KENT: ()uts IIIO"! Arrrage 1'ro-
    1I.I.1XltXU"IJ.:: :
    & \(un".li..r.'rmhnl t S IlIIl'rll".1 1 or Inimprove lontn: >l most hf tile unimproved
    | l |
    Lend Us Your I .1. A. Kohler has sold his place at I
    Eye It. AKNOl.ll. I .
    : :
    : Kingston to X. Itll'tl'f, of 4Iib.1b: .. J.I"rI'l Li.Itrnt..n.. I 5 l'r"pt'l.t| S'alirt'ezf: ; represents two of "the Fire .

    : Cresco, Iowa. The deal was negotiated I :: .. | ;2* Coini.iui| -.. that: rattle throng the San Franris disaster' with

    I Chas. S. Harris .. capita! anj ; by secretaryof (i.Kir- |>ul>. Oct. S!II: 'halt pub. Iff. r.
    I the Daytona Heal Estate and I Insurance I I Notice to Del { .
    TO SAY ABOUT J "OJ oartr t' Ii it r a v rr 1/ \I IIii>> f">t> IT>< jj 1/ r/ 11I v jj f"i\i'\ ; {f"i'"f"r'i'f""fT"f'Ttf1"nnHi
    >. WHILE YOU READ WHAT WE HAVE I Company. )Ir. Harris this! I 1 In IVmnty Jinljp-'s t..lttIn .
    nmlforYolusiarotintv.! .
    !! week, also sold a lot west of the railroad i'i| :State of Kloriihi. ,
    t ? .,' ;" f--.''' ,r-,'
    ti i i hi the matter of th- | 'f
    \ to (1.: .t. Van leVnral.
    7 BEACHThe I i 11 i :ll-tatf\ of. .)..Harriet....u..1. J K.I '
    PALM I Thc.Ol'al.1 Tanner has the follow !I,'I Xotiee i i5 hrrehy given, that th iimlrriiitriHtl I Iti.'wr.
    i-omplimentaay noti,-e of one ofU.tvtona's Itas U-eiia|>t' iiiite I Yolusia, ,'Ul11t.Flurila..linn I
    eiti/.ens in its issue rf lottveck. i i i j..trntur..f tin-estate o'f I Harriet I II.: Min ,-*'
    i "(J. A. 15. 'Ii('(', onf'.r thenV't I .'r. lute ...>fim-.|. ..f haul count.\. ninlIm I

    I t w Most Healthful t aC't..lI1pJi.II.II.rint'r l !l in I Florida I .\ duly 1Iialiti..III| !.. .lejratf*"*!".1I..hH.lmini.'rat"rII..IIt..r. I a gentleman, indeed who i il isj all! |KT"OIIS haying: .Iaini' or E
    l affiiiii-t tliefai-leftate are n.m
    : master of his profession i is now in 1
    j 11.lIIallll"l
    lieil to |iretu-iit the untie duly !j:
    The Most BeautifulAND charge of the Ocata Banner j jt"l department .-ate.l to tlie 1II1.1..ijZ"II..J \\ '
    4 tr..uidd.nrtie' X.IIIM- \, I A
    I l lip yenr+ t Reputation
    and we shall pleasedI e\er lams)
    I ., ,, .'' llIAKUM.: : t. NAUVAtllitiliitnUorof '
    i 1' I I 1 Ito serve iir friends in this IiI the i'ctat.f ll.-iMi.-l, I 1

    F :11i i..r.
    I iate.11)nn.nidFIorid.a.I| II..t. Is 1'.'Utj. ; Own.
    \Vc have' I"h just ro'iujukteil lnniifMale ..
    The Most Fashionable -
    I f..r <>ne in ue>t ti.nrt, llif i.tlif innorth nr.t, imli. :\--1::: ', J
    ( |>ortion hr town, at SIMMI and l ;:\0 nCE.X"tj .
    i *2tMM: ( ) r'''|ierti\ey.| < die ..r live roolll-I -... i i.. Inrcl.y jrivrn l that M\ inonllis Tlif MMTUSS of the San Matt'o Ci 'ar is one of

    1 i In All and) liatli. the nthirix riMmiand. hath ;i aft'-r. .lat: .',..t.-wit.lnu' I.,I'.MIT. th.. > IIn..hllilli"trat..r tin industrial triiiinphs of the East ( 'oastnoire J
    Id. greatest
    ((11 I rign; <.l l f th.- -tat- r ,
    eall for ular-
    t rite or jiartii l' .
    'of :Mary *'* :>Stewart lah'It! \"iai
    I Winter t Resort ; I l.-lnti-: :1111): < C < > <" >: Si: !II t.ii\ such a America.I I' |_>- of Volti-ik"'""lIt.,. h1.'rida. and 1
    for linal, 'li.. h.rjr.'. 1 r :llalr from the rhoircgt gM\.tltoiJ of tobacco tint th' prnmsuia )
    a 'k -i
    i ........ f J M. WM.I x, i. <>f Florida! and) tilt Island of Cubit can pnnluoe. and u rapt ;,

    I I C .I Ha.. .-1.9.: lH!Aifiuinitratoiin ";J. |Ie'd l with tlio rich silky leaf grown '>n East! C/MMt pJantaii!' +, 1

    1 : FIRE i i ti' ,cigar imluslrj f>f the world )ruts nevtr proJwrd better t: d*

    ,t has its ooi and nut disposal to rob I Mytona a. II"I"! i'"'I i < "I ': la-t |uil. 'i"nl"| I
    t points wt'fire I
    .1 For sal l II y aM the leading lioti Is and clubs ami l l lay the .0100
    1. : of a solitary visitor but \vc feel it duty to call attention to the iS :NOIICIUiti" :
    I't our your \ ', liflvli.V given that "l\ Inolitliaft \rus.'rhntlttny mi every train filtering; 1lorMa.Twenty .
    f fact that to return :North without having l visited the Uueen of I Honda I ETI6ISllESIReduced .T 'lat- the lIil.I"r"| :n,tl. ..M--iitor oftin f
    i resorts is to have missed half the value of your trip. \\'('St Palm Beach I IIi a ill .f .II \ ('tiH. .mali.: lat-.if \ ..1:1: r- sixes, styles and grades} to select from.
    -ia I..nnt.\ wall litlu- final ai'ouiu.kMI. -
    : which is situated on the famous Litlcci orth below the frost line and in liI..- ut'-r with tlteiounly ,iu.liOIIMI :.. ..I'
    ;'F the very heart of the pineapple region has sometimes been called the to \ |,trlI'r.f 1 ..."WI, I 17.ri'In.oxl'.. ; il1 1 1. loran I t 1 rOIl< )i SAL1: I5Y ALL DCALl'.US.l :

    'r. "Cityof Homes I Wouldn't you like to own one of the home' It. has I I -I'HIN 1'. ,1lU) 'I.OHJII.; Mantnai'tnntil: fl Ct: :

    1 also been called the "City of 1 Mouvrs.." If you do not want home you Ii $13.50. I II t..I"'I" :5). !HilI' I:A.I m I a... i I S. W. ROWLEY SAN MATEO
    ; I FLORIDAit
    ; should at least come and see what beautiful homes other Northern peo
    :;I. pie have in the Tropical South. 1'11..1 1'111 Nut. l'1.once '

    .i.r- The i Royal Poineiana. the largest hotel in the world is alone worth : I Until Dec. 15th. I :.Not, f.-- h'-.lp\. -' :n i,, .' ..j -'l*" *I _

    t coming to see: but in addition to this the original alligator pens with f i i otter 'lat'tin. Hinl, T-ir} f"I.I v .I.It6. i I' .
    t hundreds of live alligators and crocodiles the ostrich farm the inimitable Feed .- \\ iiI oi t \\ illi.iui \ illlll.. :.!. ,I..f 1 v
    lu-i.i l'?-int\ \\ 111 hI.! l I. r lit :
    1 Oleander an nue. ,N\unyon's i Tairy Island. the fantastic rubber tree, tin- BEST{ WorlConstructed.,.," : a*. i-\t-. utrix with! tle- i'..ut \ -t .I!

    jungle trail the ocean I pier> and a four-masted schooner wreck washed I 1 .i;'ll-III. ouiitx.' ,, I1.'i.l.I, d.-! ..
    "Ml' i I : "linal diI''litrjt'r1.L/
    high and dry on the sands are but a few of the wonderful sights.) You t"1' \ tt, ..

    can hunt. fish bathe. I play golf. or watch others in the act while you sit I (1111)i, )' i in south), i I'I11-., \I,'. 'i. I INNi.I I

    leisurely by and enjoy the unsurpassable climate. -Iu )itrr light} "house egiiilipcll i (} with i Insnranre .

    the weather bureau station the wireless telegraph station. a pineapple standard: test. | Ii -I j.iii. 1 I-- .-t. ;III I i .-

    r canning factory the IIoriditast Coast Canal innumerable other inland I eiuarJian'sotice.: .

    waterways arc all within radius ( >1'IHill's.. The impassable I .per : \-.i-> .ItcK'Ky ,.:-IU'" tliiit, .I,
    Address Box 99. MRinxl 1 usi.ii'iiaii:' ol lirov.-r(I' O.i-.t; .
    glades is on our western boundary and the world's greatest highway{ SI on tl,. Ut hit' of January. I'io7 I-t., 1

    the Gulf Stream, washes our Lastern: shore. It may nst'OU something( I t.> huiioral'le c.uury )lull;.;::.. .. 1. ,
    American La Prance fmlDt.n..ri.ln.. for .
    IL' to stay at Palm Beach but you cannot consider your trip to toTloridat 1 t ;- i i iI "ia,. unillvi'leil, ltlt'-r.-..11,1 an Mini or.l' lull.i t.I' d!1ft..1-i.1iii .
    plcte unless you have taken it in. I Fire Inline[ Company ; the 1.I.!!!I 1.\\ in;!'.J I w'.r awl .
    ......... The K1: ", of NK'.ofNU; : ', :w.1! .ti":, sof \\
    r, If you want to buy or rent a room, a house on the lake or ocean front, a ', :\1,0': X\V', of -.- tion.. -. thin, ..
    ". ,
    -hij. 1.: ""Iltlallg"/ -a t. oiitain: iirririaitrtiriari'i.Itr11i111U1/Iillili1/11i11a111/11i/N1 1'1/111ililr.ii....ii...Wiiii,.
    winter home, a pineapple plantation, an orange :grove or a vegetable garden: Notice tug: :\tI\ a. rrAl"" (lot1 and J. 1,1.) 6i.: :
    to Sportsmen. north ,.t! \"III..ia! ,Mn-t. l 1.tlM'I\Jj.; 7 I). rI'rc.tldtnt 1cBkliE F. N.<") '
    or if you want to invest in any of these :\IH} he guaranteed 8 per cent on your ;'a.1.' -o lot o (e\....i.I.tW :"iar-i; :
    investment, write to \\'t.' otter our! services' to and I the w.uth 19; TOh iii+ of U '. of ;
    a !; lot C..t Motion 2--. t"wn..Iil' !:. M jth. .
    ! parties de,irinif guides for( :' rlln!r" J'.ia."t, coiitaiiiiiiif 7aim: *' ; MERCHANTS BANK
    ANotl". Wjof XW '. of1: -: I', ..f ...... ;.: I
    t l'I hunting deer turkey 01. tw>n tai:, tiiw-n-hip 1*. outli. runzT.: :. Hr.n-h Voluti* County Kank>

    The other We equipped ..n"t. .-,.ntaillinr :IJ) a.-!>'''. Allots I. '' : 'apital StM-I.! ....... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ('") ,
    I Currie Investment game. are 7, '4 null I:. mill .tlieV' ', ,,.. :
    I : Company } with tent:>, teams= ;good (;Iti1nali townihip! I:. Mtuth.. raujr.J'.i jf "" : l.ial.Uity .. ......... ....... .. .. ... .. '... hit 0t111iI, '" 1--
    : -a-t.fontiiniiitf 1 III T a.-r- AU. nil of 1 rllnil4..ts General Ranking Huiness.
    dogs and we know where I 1.1-k! :!'J'of Pr..Vs \Vo.nia: AI-" th.1 .-

    }I t West Palm Beach Florida, I I to find the ganH'I( rt....... 1 :S hiji>1, of 1 XK tKinth.: ', of :,rangy'. 'I.;of- s.lion::iu a>.t i l.lont.-i.ii tow-n, :. 4 l per -rnt. Interest Conipotinded' I (Quarterly' Paid! on i

    ing 2O acres All lying and! I-.-1ng ,'> S..
    or apply to1)IT..UN Savings Acronnt
    i i
    : tu-ia Count j. I- :ori 1a.Iilte
    and we will be glad to show you every courtesy. ; & McKENZlE, .l this X.--mbe, :Suti; I I'.KtCMtitTiit .
    I :Safety UrJ"U IJi.xrlor I lld.t: 5;
    1 A. ot! IJ i
    rj New Smyrna Fla. J, 'iuanliau. 1 "f1'!.', .'.'.' .'.'.'.'.'.'.'!.'.'!!",','!,'! !",..y mNHIn.Y-.'!!!N".... .... !,'.. .'.,.!.'....!.........!......!!....iluwirilulr4 ..,/.


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