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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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Place of Publication:
Daytona Fla
Edward Fitzgerald
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December 22, 1906
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Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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First Congregational Church First Baptist Church St Paul's Roman Catholic Church.

heard the 'Ix-lls on Christmas day tion to this old iwiuthcrn (Ustom, and I Church &t 7 30 Christmas 1\: ..-. Un I Kru ling Isaiah 11 l I. HI by Mir H II. CHRISTIAN CHURCH.The At 6.45 Judge leach will conduct C C. Barnes, No. 40 Beach street. The 1-, 1

Their lIl.l. familiar carols play, the Gazette-News gives herewith the church will be festooned itla bright I Gibbons.dung'Above. I: Sunday &.1.0<,1 of the Christian; the Epworth League !!service, after(subject for Dec. 23 will be "Christian t:

And.Ud and sweet exercises that will be conducted in the i holiday dei oration and a large' open i the Fields'& '--ciiuoI. Church will have a Christmas tree at I which the pastor will preach on the Science:, I

The words repeat| irious s churches for that occasion. I fire place will IK arranged through ][ Exercise by t>c vt n Girls I( text, \nd there was no room for themin While there will be no especial: I

Of pence on earth, good will to men'! _, i which Santa Claus will appear and distribute : >ytig-"Christmas: Bells! are Kinging: "- UK church on Palmetto avenue, hey the inn" pro-
I gram prepared, hymns and scripture I
the from the tree lure'at ('hildren tavern Orange and Live Oak avenues
presents ( :
-Longfellow.MemoraLle EPISCOPAL> CHURCH.The I On Monday evening, the SundaySchool reading will be selected with reference f
hand. The chimney of this fire plate Monday evening Dec. 24th, at 6:30: p.
is the institution of Christmas I I limitation-( 1,trhe Browne i iI assisted by tin church choir, to the Christmas time.COOREGATIONAL '
!services in Daytona will be at will be constructed of boxes, of candy in The public are cordially invited t
In the Puritan days in New Eng- I .ng-"TllI're'I a Story Old and Sweet"IteiCdiunManley will render a delightful program in the .
10 30 Christmas : of
; a m. day.Uhjl'f.t
in the form of bricks and the himney Chas E Powell, Minister -
land the people of that section inherited *' I I -St.'h""I. Epworth (Hall The Cervices will beginat I
| "The Incarnation '
sermon: will be torn down and the bricks distributed ;- t. M Call Supt.
of the absurd and superstitious ) 7 p. in The program consists: of
many Processional hymn. PettepherNuig CHURCH.The .
Ovtr the lire )place will In a
fallacies that governed Oliver Cromwell, otory"-fhil.l' :songs: by the school, selections by the
Introit Festival! (Te iKiiru ill a)- large banner inscribed, It'rry Christmas :; -'',mina; the Blessed :; I Congregational church will hold its

who onftred that throughout'the principal I Geibel ." Following is the programSong : I .1.-fi MLTHODIitT CHURCH. choir, recitations, sul I..s.. and an address exercises on Christmas night commencing
towns of old England Christmas Communion ice. I II by the At the close of the
serv pastor : service -
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-"That Glorious snK of 01.1"- by 1 Christmas services will at 7 o'clock a* follows:
should not be observed."itbeing a hurt- Anthem "Behold' I !! be ht'l.Jit the candies etc will !lit distributed
bring v''11 gad presents, -:
ful custom," and accordingly were averse tidings"-Ut'Kdl' &clool.itcsi'onsiye. Nuig; -"\\hile Merry Bell. I. first M.I E.; Church, Sunday, 0.23.. from the treeouareverj Prayer I .

i Reading on :t and lPrajer ,\ntlieii.-Ctoir. Sunday School at 10 a. III. Carols
to the observance and commemoration pages > '
proper Duet I I
Offertory; Holy Night"AIams. \ cordially invited to attend Little
class i
of the day in which So much happiness Mrs. Moore and Mrs. by the Superintendent I't"f'i.-: a by Primary Cla.i.. I I At eleven o'tlock, the pastor will all these service s. l'itatioD-Gertrude songs Hall. i

and beer are concentrated '' Recessional Hymn I.Jhannon.1|! Anthem by the Choir. I'rt"'I'lituti" Gift*. preach.. ou the 'Significante of Christ Dialogue. | t'

In the southern states no such stupidideas 'I Miss (!enev'lev'e Robinson will presideat Short Address by Hev H It ulboii... inas
I the organ: | M. L. CHURCH, SOUTH. :SOngs-By girl cl:isses.Dialogue .
ever gained u foothold, and for :I Services:; will also be held at Ormondat '

days and weeks it has always lMn the ,: X::.fO a m. and at Port Orange at 1ill:: ) There will be a C hri>tin:is tree at theM Carols. S
custom to make every prepuarati.aa t" p in on Christmas day.CATHOLIC sir t1.t; }:. Church, South, at Kingston, Remarks by the pastor. : i

observe the day befitting the ut.'a.1 I II Christmas night, with a literary and .'.tnbution of candy. I

sion, Christian denominations vie musical l program ami the usual church
one another in lavish decorations of I I decorations I

their churches from the green forests I Following the usual custom, there I There may be no regular services owing ,
and make their places of worihip bowen I will preaching on Christmas day, to the transfer of ministers made at

of entrancing IKauty and grandeur. but throe masses will he held, beginning 1 r the recent conference and the questionof As is the usual custom Oriental I

Congregations! are treated to eloquentand '' at 9:30 in the morning, and there will lie 'I I whether or not the new appointee arrives CommanJery Mo. 9. Knights Tem-

inspiring sermons by their rt'tipe.t-1;'I readings of the gospel and pr"Yt" t.n time. plar, will hold Christmas observances !

lye pastors which serve as a forcible reminder
to all of the sublimity of Christ I in the commandery rooms i

day \ T CHURCH. CHRISTIAN SCIEsCI.I : Christmas day at 10 a. m. Membersand I

This year Daytona will be no excep Services will l e held at the Baptist i I I The Christian Scientists will hold visiting brethren are requestedto (

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I Johns river, instead of as formerly con I Hock Island, and this has .been more Death of Mrs. U. H. NVilkinson. -
AGREEMENTI templated. than cut ill half l by the demoralizationcaused I
I Mrs. Bulow Maudeilkinscm wife .f
"This change of route was an import* b) the earthquake; Pevplewho EXSPORT'SDISCOMFITURE. ,
IS ARRIVED AT I t ant factor m inducing the trustees to LOSING TRAVEL. formerly spirit: their winters in the district ,- \ (>. II. \\itkiQsvii, dad at Ur home in I TOURNAAIENT.
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II complete this agreement"In now devastated are bring diert..dto l I i holly Saturday, ,

fc VI M I \'iewIf the veto of the bill by the It It It other parts of the country. and southern I It It aged ::t. years. : 4 4 it .

Between the Florida Coast Line Canal last legislature granting an extension of Winter Tourists Getting Accustomedto I reads are getting the business which A Former :Noted Day tona J\lmroJ Has I i Mr \\ i.iriM.ii,: being; subject to II Many Lntnes: Are Rapidly Being

time, the trustees assured the canal company formerly went west. We d.>nt look for I asthma, w:ISM! tged with an attack Friday -
Officials an4 Internal Improve Florida Points and 11 ill Al- Lost the Art of Bagging lame Made for
that they would in future consider a return of this:! former heavy patronage eveiiing, but after experiencing; a theOrmondDaytonaAutomobile

ment Fund Trustees.In and do full justice to whatever claim ways Winter Here. | for years, ire ever get it back Peopleare The Rabbit :Now \\'inks at Him. reveling of rc-bef she requested Mr.I \\il- Races.

the company had, in the judgment of very apt to get accustomed to Florida !i klu-on to r<.tire. He, however, merely ,
future no friction between the offi- The tide of travel to California and I A friend "f the G.u.HteXeronfi t'i Ihe fifth annual Ortuoud-Daytona
d I'zd in chair 1 the i.ed side
the trustees points and w ill always winter tin'reI ." I a placcil } I
other states on the 1'aufic slope I notably to the editor the Beach be important
als of the Florida Coast Line Canal sorting following proi : until about tntifai he awakened: tournament a more
igh\ was
I I fit t aceusU-nied is a half-hearted
J d Transportation Company and the ------ decreases each year as Florida advantages i I concession "f Hondas I superiority and i \'oking"periNlt'e "f a former D'Jtedl j 1 1mmrodof t" find his wife in convulsions She was i I affair than ever," said the tournameftt -

'btees of the internal improvementd I become widely known The I Daytona residing on I I5each': I Ii j jwhich'tie : npresentative in New York '
in from
The Hotel L> nJhurs>t.H |i overshadowing advantages over California then an unconsc'ious'cHohtkn, \
will retard work on the inland I late San Francisco earthquake, with its i street It may be proper| to add that !! never ft'CQ\'t'rt'd The iiaiwe-J during the recent automobile show in ..
I W. Ball, proprietor of the Hotel attendant horrors; in the destruction of I on the part of this western railroad theprictice if hunting I that "ThtJJum"er fir f
terway of the East Const the fol- was long ago
I di.Ltt'Uoe: t4 death, however, wis: chiW
mann old (alifornion w ho has '
ing advices from Tallahassee record Ljnduurst, at Asburj Park, New Jersey life and property has caused the met abandoned b> the party who !the principal -! firth | touring cars that are going to Daytona r
Mil there since I-s.H the writer '
unicable agreement: who has a winter home on Second avenue stoical as well as timid if danger to j gave in this incident, and consequently I is !ujxiMrtbmg imh.-ooe. juite a number
I one day this week a harrowing tale of Miss \\ilkmson, who was: Mum Bulow :
The matter of an extension of time is building a new Hotel! Ljndhunt pause and consider about venturing on he has become a little "rusty"and his of driven fond of touring are now tourIng -
conditions in that oncc-promi-iiig land 1 Mtudard, was born bear lixtieri'
the completion of the Florida Eastt in Daytona.The I on that coastside from the danger aim defective in bagging game; to the south, and many of them expect
The artesian wells, which promised to 1 ton X. B. Ca&adun I lK>minion, ati!
; canal has been satisfactorily ad- new hotel is: in the shape of a incurred by earthquakes, the tediousness This nimrod (it would If mean to call! ;: to make! the entire journey by autonnrixle -
vegetation and answer the whKh place Mr ilkmscn met and marrk..1 >
irrigate != purposes
d between the canal company and three story addition to Mr Ball's houseon and discomforts of travel over his name) recently became raUiit-hun-j t<> Orntood and Da} tona. One
Ilf natural rainfalls are as dry her but little more than a I
I | as year ago
nistees of the internal improvement that street Fifteen rooms are being thousands of miles of akah disertandplains gry and determined to take a hunt lie j ; party recently started! from Minneapolisand
pO\'lllt'r-hou. and fruit prospects The young coupJe esejd in >vabreez*> i
added to the old building. The additionis have to be taken into account, present only look Jo shells with him, and after I will go by way of Tennessee! to
gloomy prorriL-fs!' in the l land of the last Hinter, and hal but rwntly<<: removed i
lie agreement is that the trustees three stories high and has a spacious and these same disagreeable atttndonts shooting 21 times he bad not killed a Wiikin-I! Jacksonville. where they may undertakethe
He from Hawks Park )Ir.
sun also astonished the ,
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deed to the canal underin dining room, kitchen and sitting room confront the tourists on their return single "bunnie." lie concluded it would balance of the journey via the beach
company writer by asMrtmc; that the Florida son's old hone. to Holly Hill, where he ;
restrictions, the lands within the on the ground floor, in addition to the home from that far-off section not do to return to Daytona without and the somewhat indifferent roads be-
ei ang<'s surpass those "f California in engaged in the grocery: bu-uteM. if j "
led reservation, the canal ladies' parlor and other rooms in the old \s an index to what extent travelto acme game, so he gave a negro boy :Scents twetn J-tcksonv and Ihtytona
to adjust the difference companyBing be- part. The rooms upstairs are all large California points has become demoralized : all the good qualities even under the for a live rabbit. He then tied a Mrs f \\ilkinson was a pleasant lady, ', Among the recent entries LI the one ;

n the lands deeded to the canal coma airy and the entire building has a southern F. A. Thompson, district passenger most: favorable conditions string to the rabbit's leg and tied the and although a new reddest her wia-J from J. Compton Henderson, of St. I
---- --- ning manners had made her .1ugutine, who has entered the Haynes- I
in error and the lands sold to set- exposure so much sought after in agent of the Chicago, Keek 1-land other end of the string to a small bush many I'
will drive
\'aod rbtlt a.l.J that
friends th* neighborhood < cup car i
within the reservationby payment winter homes. The house throughout:; and Pacific Railroad, the great transcontinental The biggest value you ever got for :Stepping back about ten steps!, he took in car himself in all the races it i u: eligible .

60,000 to the trusteesthe conditions is heated by steam and fitted with all tourist route, reeentlv declared i your mone)-The Gazette-News'! Pictorial deliberate aim and fared the last shell he The tptaecpal burial service was held for. i

: ig an immediate deed to 200,000 modern conveniences : i I Edition for 23 cents had at the captive rabbit But insteadof at the residence and the remains takento I It is now probable that there writ be .
an from a new Itahaa car made t
s, to enable the company to proee- The new house will l he completed by "Western railroads have been hit hard I \\e have a bargain for }wi in the hitting the/ rabbit, he cut the string Hawks Park for mierowntMr for entry the first time in a tournament in this i f

e the work, and the placing in escrow Christmas and it is expected that it will by the San Francisco earthquake, and it ;i .shape[ of a twentthree room hoarding and the rabbit hopped away, inking ukiDsoo has the tkepwt ;Apathy country {. I.

: seeds for 231.000 acres to be deliv- be ready to open on January 1st Mr. will require years before business returnsto ; or rooming house. Price will ((convince at him a* he wetit I of all in his !great! ber 'av cwent. The entries from owners of touring' I
its original condition prior to the cars will be a feature of this j ear a tour ,
d partly as the work and Ball and his estimable wife are born Write or sec
I progresses, quake. lOu Mine .t, and the "mite-i-minute" race, 1 I
rely upon completion of the canal hotel people and we predict that the uTour !t butane.-s'a always one of I Daytona Real Estate and Insurance Get tie habit Buy the Gazette-\tas J "let Sate' ni "Fr kt" u_ for with a full cxKupfemeat of passengers f

hin a period of five years into the St. Lyndhurtt will be popular with tourists. the greatest sources of income to the i Company, C. S. llama, Secretary. Pictorial, edition. sale at the Cazt'ttf'-Xe"" eCe.f aboard, will prove a record entry. 1

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THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY Announced by Florida East Coast Rail
Editor Galette.: ". -The Halifax mean moral calibre to face them all or
( INCORPORATED) way to Take Effect December .
Journal of last Wednesday presented an go jour own way. This kind of character Quickly .
22d and January 9th. article from me giving the inside factsof manifestation Mrs. Post expresses

Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Flonda, as Second Class Matter. The Florida East Coast Railway has my connection with the Post Case. I and encourages.ixm her writings. With .
am sure will equal that of her above all in manifest nature 'jJ
announced its winter schedule for the your courtesy man, ( ...
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Subscription $1.50 Per Year in Advance. current season, which will take effect on Editor J. M. Jolley by giving me the opportunity the individual, in his highest possible :ogcs .. opc .
January 9. A slight change is also announced to place before your readers perfection, is the goal toward which all t.-..
to take effect December 22 to some information concerning Mrs. nature works. To develop man who is- i .-
SATURDAY, DECEMBER ZZ, 1906. continue in force until the winter !schedule Post's literary work. ; into the man who is to be-or rather |, cold Every Abnormal has its weather

takes effect.Commencing. "A prophet is not without honor save i who Wills to be, is to her the problem tJf. conditions,inadequate stove or '

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL Daytona Beach, December :20.-Mrs December Zl passenger I'in his own country and among isis own the age, to the solution of which all the 1 part furnace ol the heat house often being result cold in and some cheerless.particular You
Alba and daughter, (Ifew York, and trains will arrive and depart from Dtytonaas kindred:' I am not ccrtaiu that I am I latent energies! of the race and the nidi iI | can make home warm and cheerful with the
Before the Gazette Newu again Mr. and Mrs. Lcggctt, i>f IIemps>tead, L. followsSouthbound! presenting this quotation correctly !but I idual inu&t: be brought to bear. But ,
greets its readers Christmas day will II., arc among the Ilt'a-ant guests l located -1.(K> and s.40 j>. w. I am sure that it lib the treatment-,I 04 all tuaugcatoik: fruIts the unit tI ,. PERFECTIONOil
into the mouldering at the Lone BajA Northbound-3.36 a.ui and 3;29 I corded more or less to Mrs Post, during. |I! the surroundings, M must the individual .,
hare passed Christmas tree at the }1. E. church, Commencing January 9, 190, passenger the past six years, correctly. be helped and encouraged to do his
records of past history, and for this Seabreeze avenue, Is one of the pleasant trains will arrive and depart from Mrs II. >\. Post, under the nome-de- own thinking, to cut loose from errone- Heater
extendto social events of next week It takes Daytona as follows: plume of Helen Wilmans (her maiden ous c&toms and tradition, to reach
it is in order for us to
reason place Monday ev'ening. Southbound-ll:30: a. m., 1:08,846; name), has been a prolific writer and down into his own nature and realize (Equipped with Smokeless; Device)
all a merry, happy, joyous Christ- A telegram received by L. Z. Burdick and 11 51 p.m.Northbound3:36, her publications have been read by that he is the possessor of latent and Carry It about from room to room. Turn wick high or low-there'> no

mas. from Ashland, \\is., gies the informs- : and 4:54 a.m.,3:29: hundreds of thousands of people scattered functional faculties which. when' once as danger.a lamp.Smokeles All parts device easily prevents deaned.smoke Brass and oil smelL fount Easy beautifully to operate atosse4. :.
.. tion that the new pastor will arrive this : and 4.07 p m. throughout the world and wherever fully developed, will, here on this pla net, Holds 4 quarts of oil and bums 9 hours. Gives intense
Christmas greetings are expres- week. the English language is: spoken, crown him the king of creation instead heat. Two finishes-nickel and Japan. Handsome dealer's,useful write,reliable.& ,
Every heater warranted. If not at your our
sions of good will How they soften' Miss M j rtic t re'eman,w ho holds a | o- and a number of propositions by I of marking him, as now, the slave of : nearest agency for descriptive circular. ;

the hardest hearts, purify base desires sition in the >\e-le>an retnal,. (',.110 pt ORANGE GROVES foreign publishers were under con- circumstance. j jrc
at Macon, G.\ will strive rridi iy tn sideration to have her books translated ) Post's constant and reiterated I The .hst 1&_,
sweeten bitten thoughts, dissi- spend theholiiltj!I with h.r |.ar. ill-. BEING ROBBED.I into other languages, when the U. S. declarations in her writings were Ian I Rj/o LamIltll.-'-all.rollll.sMhot.. ... ;:

pate gloomy forebodings, make every Mr. BeanMiv, wno is '.1| ill. ,ul" Postal Department arrested her work. can overcome sickness, poverty and tatest'Oil lapro..4 CIIII lNy. hmer.Ellulppe4 GIvn wOS '' ,;
lor quarters at hi" : l.' he'mo. jr' Starting out as a magazine writer for death." The department officials made I bright slealy; light at lowest cost. Ma4t of bras :
deed purer and holier, and every M X the Overland Monthly, published in San throughout and nickel plat.4. Suitable foe any woos ,
much of this
: ceding the 'orival (of 8 \\ :ft w':is! fiva and other statements her whether library dlnl.e rooa,parlor' bedroo Sal
wish kind and tender. Let hearts pleasant 'I ia. \*< i.>;:i\. I.IJ.I.I: II. I Many Complaints Are Being Made by Francisco, and kindred publications, persecution by denouncement and caustic aa4 satisfactory. Every iaap warranted.. .. Writ* t. .
tartsl If not at dealer
your ;
expand sympathies enlarge and wh) of a "2'tt.rlal 1 r' :ai.u :,<>i .:,i 1\ Growers of Pilfering of Their more than forty years ago, she became ridicule. Yet the fact is the best brainpower Standard afcocy Oil Company
ing. II<. f. lu,WH.? lihi .,. to 1:1; from 1SS1 to 1883, associate editor of in the scientific world is now per-
good will reign. Let benedictions .e part>": V. ."i". \i i:". I'r:<' aU'. '.r es-Penalty for It. two reform journals published weekly, sistently engaged in the solution of Incorporated.INVESTMENT..

drop from lips and substantial gifts \Varlt\wif,' and n a"ght' r Mr aid MiVVaksleldanilt'iuUtrr > I The orange grove thief is making lum- one in San Francisco and the other in these very same problems.Sin .
: : Mi-tV-bel: Mr self quite busy in and about Daytona Chicago She resigned from the ChiragoExp'res.'i the commitment of errors through
fall from hands. f
overflowing and Mrs \\iUinsoti, Mr ud Mrs Fne- f late else there number of to lounge into the journalistic ignorance of the fundamental laws which
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cheerless homes radiant and sore man and daughter, Miss Ella Caids, them engaged in this nefarious work. sea on her account and published "The bind society and preserve the unit, will
hearts thrill with ineffable delight followed by refreshments sped the tune The maximum penalty for an offense of \\oman's \orld This she sold lateron. be lessened and finally disappear with)
:; I away. I this kind id three years in the penitentiary and. coming South, she started the the ever widening intelligence for which. !
Forgive your enemies and bury the I Mrs. Wakl'fidtl's slaters. Miss \\ilkm- to which the city can impose an I publication of Freedom which carried our public educational institutions .

( animosities harbored y you .in the I Eon! of Lincoln Neb, and Mrs D .kin- additional penalty of $100 fine if the .tier message out into the world for more I stand as i sure foundation.
son, of Peoria, 111, arrived Monday and pilfering is committed v>ithin the corporate -I than eleven years, when in 1903 the Sickness, the result of ignorance of I
dead past. will spend the inter here. limits. U S Postal Department made it impossible -I' the fundamental which govern the Gilt fdge. Gold BOilfit !

Make the Christmas of the year Mrs A. Ablass is having porch and Last Saturday, and in fact on divers for her to (continue its publication health and preservation of our bodies, I

190G a day to which you can ever I bathroom improvement made in her occasions previously, some fret-booting by issuing a fraud order against it. w ill be a thing of the past as soon as !
recently acquired property on Seabreeze gentry visited the orange grove of L. I.. Freedom, to my certain knowledge, man realizes that the responsibility for I
revert back, to with pleasure and venue Shear, on Ridge wood avenue, and made had a bona fide and wide circulation. It. the preservation of his health is really INVESTMENT.Three !

gratitude. Dr. Van Valzah bu had a windmill way with as much of the fruit as he was subscribed and paid for regularly, with him, that the power to rectify :I .
. put m the rear of his business block. wanted at that time. not only by many thousands throughout wrong conditions of health rests within
Peace and good will and a merry I Mrs Julia Stewart is having a cement Several other parties vigorously complain ,, the nited States and Canada, but 'himself and he n not really compelledto I

. Christmas to all is the Gazette- walk laid in front of her lot west of the of being annojed by the tame also by ninny thousands scattered over rely upon outride help no matter how 4 7-room houses completely furnished I
News' greeting to mankind. Seaside Inn, which will give a hard walk pecies of pilfering. George; b. Smith 1 continental Europe, Africa, \u-.tralia learned 4I
r from the Seaside Inn to and including has missed a couple ot bunches of and her colonies, India, the rijian, Hawaiian The overcoming of ponrty-iJl\"olun- all electric "
." the White House, on the north side ofthe bananas; A. Mel Porter has found a I and other i>land>. Hundreds of I tary (povtrt)-on the |part of the great i : improvements, including t

i,' ........................... street.II. number of trees broken which the miscreants extra copies had alwas to be reserved maa of the pvople is undoubtedly an i 4 I lights and furnace heating apparatus t
Tindell Kaeburn 13 the guest of the did while plundering the grove, I I to supply routing or lost papers, Meager > economic problem, which will be solved :

: SEABREEZE and : Pinehurst. lie was !soprano! soloist for and repeated raids have been made on I were the subscribers; to read Mrs before this century has reached: its limit :I ; lot 180 feet front and 110 feet depth;
Trinity church. New York, for nine the premises of W. Skilton, Xorth 1 1 Post writings that they did not want The continuous: development of the tremendous 4

J I I DAYTONA BEACH : years. Beach street, by orange thieves. to miss a single number; tonunuieation- I.. flrl"cshicb now make mainly 'I :I most central location in the city. Can
The frame structure for the Mills Officers are watching for the offendersand to that tffttt were very frequent for the produ tion of wealth, will, before :

.......................... building on Seabreeze avenue is up. it is only a question of time when Of her books, ".\ Conquest cf 1'00v-1 long make for its just and proper distribution I be had for $1,300 and over 12
; Seabreeze, December 20-B. C Bean Mesdames[ Dunshee and findlayson, their penchant for oranges owned by erty," reached beyond the sale of one 1 :SOme steps in that direction 1 : pays per

I and family, who armed from Tulsa, who had rooms at J. J. Bishop's, left for ot! er people will land them in the con hundred thousand copus. her Home have recently been taken through con- j : cent on the investment at that price.
: Okla., and were guests of Clarendon Annex Palatka Tuisday, where Mrs. Dunshee viet camp. Course in Mental Science" had a regular : gressionall"gi.lation.! Mrs[ Post, however :
: several days, have taken one the visits her son, Dr Dunshee. Mrs[ Find- --- --- and steady sale. "A Search for -! has pointed out that a person need I I Ask to see this property and make me
Clarendon cottages and will spend the layson expects to spend part of the ," "The Blossom cf the Century," not, in fact, should not, sit idly or d*>-I :
winter in Seabreeze. winter in St. Petersburg. HOLLY HILL.Holly .Oh World," "The Conquest of I ath" jeetedly by and let the flood of circumstance that the property has paid over
Jacob Gimhch arrived at the Colon- Mr and Mrs. John Payton, of Brad and other of her publications were and opportunity sweep past him :. prove I

nades Tuesday afternoon. ford. Iowa are located at the Ocean 1 bought up by a constantly increasing or over him : : 12 per cent Jor two years.
R II. Knowlton and wife have arrived Spray for the winter. Hill, Dec -Ivery: residentof I number of readers and admirers of her There is still plenty of room for honest,
Charles Newman, a promident bu.. until the United States Postal determined and exertion and :
I from Belfast, Maine and will Holly Hill is most cordially invitedto writings, intelligent .
ness man of Birmingham, Ala.. arrivedthe the sale of them all to the I KtMiK'inber that if you don'tvanta large
t spend the winter in Seabreeze and Daytona be present at the Christmas exercises Department stopped remunerative advance even very :
; latter part of last week, and is a of the Holly Hill Union Sunday School, by the issuance of a blanket fraud order, top of achievement The whole scheme ertj I Il'an :supply' you wIth any thing you proP-1

: L. C. Burdick has contracted to build guest of the Seaside Inn. Mr Newmanwas to be held at "Roseilla," Christmas which killed her publishing business. resolves itself into a question of intelligence -I': the right price. You're always welcome
for William Hall, of Maitland, an eight much afflicted with neuralgia when night, December 25th The exercises s Incidentally! it (the fraud order) stoppedall and power of the will for accom :
he came to Daytona Beach last winter, office and I ha\oan Automobile at the disposal of
room cottage on his: Beach street lot comprise a short program, a Christmas further work, contemplated at the plishment. ,
The lot baa been cleared and work be- and the sea air worked a wonderful tree and a visit from Santa Claus. Anyone time, for the building of a greater The overcoming of dl'l1th-i e. the I': all pio: pecti\e renters or buyers.
. gins this week. improvement for him. lie had meantto I wishing to join with us in the celebration and more beautiful Seabreeze than we preservation and maintenance of the :

I Mrs. A. W. Johnson, of Ottumwa, Ia., defer his: trip south this year until i t will bo most heartily welcomed are living in today. I physical body for an indefinite period '
arrived this week and of after the holidays, but a touch of his Particulars to etc. be had I of is now a matter of scientific
is a guest as gifts, may The underlYIng secret which gained for years
Seminole Lodge for the season. old enemy, he says, sent him hurryingto from AIrs. Edwin Peterson or Mrs. R. Mrs Pct such a strong hold amcngher experimentation It will revive it-df R. L. Smith.

George Gain and wife of Prince Edward's Daytona. I M. Adkins on application Everyonemost readers and admirers!, is her unaffected finally into a question (.f qualitative and I
.' Wand Canada, have taken one Mrs Sparber is making alterations and cordially invited to attend. style and spontaneous ability to express quantitative food and drink; .,f sanitation -
: of Mid Blakeslee's cottages on Oakrikge an addition to her cottage on Granav lew I Mrs J. Lindsey returned Wednesday the real meaning of the evolutionary I' ; of proper excrtion-m..ntal and ,I I IGIssS .I

; avenue for the season. Miss Pippy will avenue from a three weeks visit with her spirit of our tmii'. Tin full dv 11. ph)'steal-; the economic use or prc ,'r- -- --- -
\ .. come with them. They will receive a Dr. J. P. Esch is further impro"ing'' daughter, Mrs- C. Sharpe, at Dupont.G. opment of the individual man as a vital, 'ation of the vital fluids of the body: a .
warm welcome from their friends here. his I'ine street home by haYing a stone \\ilkinsonhasthe sincere sjm- self,sustaining unit, as a divine park I study of the mental attitudes upon the ......................................... ..........
T. F. Williams and family spent Sat wall built in front of it I paty of the community in the recent in the progress if cosmic unfoldment minute organisms which constitute the ,
: urday and Sunday in Jacksonville. Mr and Mrs Sinclair are recent arrivals loss of his: wife, a notice of whobC death reaching out for the solution of the secret -I foundation of the ph)'ical bod),; a i GIFTS FOR MEN ]

1 John Bianchi and daughter, Miss Lou and are located at one of the appears elsewhere in this paper. I of the umv(r-e held by the 0 vcr- study of the chemical changes induced .

j, Bianchi, arrived from New York Wed- Dlcekman cottages on alley street. I Copies of the Pictorial Gazette-News soul which would enable him to decipher bv the varied manHetations of the : --- --- Often give the ladies a lot
t nesday. Recent arrivals at the seaside Inn are may be had at the post office. and carry out the meaning of emotions of which, as vet, we know so trouble. They buy things that
: Mrs. H. S. Morrison leaves Saturdayfor as follows: Mrs. G. M. Traber, George .\. Wilkinson and Miss fc. L. Wilkinson man existence on this: planet hu-I little; and finally, the power which suggestion -I 8. the men don't like and won't wear.
Lake M Traber, Jr Mrs[ Flora K ttheatlake, G. Wilkinson manifests the vital fnnc : bo there is disappointment all
Helen, on a two week's visit to brother and sister of A. history i< but the record < f upon :' l } around. Ours is aMEN'S
, her parents. Perry, N. Y.; Miss Nellie Hoover, Cleve-I' who were visiting with Mr[ Wilkinson which made for freedom of action on tions of the bcnJ). ( S
land, Ohio E. A. Conrad I
. Mr. and Mrs H II. Brainard, son and Wis.; Clement; A. White and, wife, Chicago -, i the forepart of the week, have the part cf the individual against! the All these !subjects are now under investigation -
his two children arrived from the north ; Charles Newman, Birmingham. returned to their respective homes at Crstili7cd forces of the state on the;one !i[ and UK results of earnestexperiments FURNISHING STORE :

this week and have taken the Boyd cottage Ala.Contractor I Eldora and I)aU>na. Another sister, hand, and the effort of the state to suppress !I will become the property of : .;. .:.1 ", J"? (:;<...._ .
on Pine street. They :spent: last that the McCullough George/: block P. Johnson will be ready says I I Mrs L. G. stringfellovv and her daughter -.I and merge the individual as a ; all who-e desire i is to reach out and ." E. : that keeps' goods men like So

year in the Haney cottage.J. for occupancy, as far as interior finish is I Miss Ruth,' are still with Mr Wilkinson functional unit of the government, : gather the vital treasures (If know e. : the ladies can come here and buy
Hall Brumsey, of DeLand, spent 'I concerned the latter of the week I : A. f (ristmas gifts for their male
Post like
part which in its l last anali*, means the i Mrs IIV the true (Kithfinders .
Monday at the Clarendon Annex.Mr. The outer brirk wall is in course of con- 5..) ..,4" friends that are sure to please.Tin
las That : of old sent to the
i stmction ---- -- i dominantly governing < a menage : I colors and tylwill be all
and Mrs. T F. Williams and chit- struggle is as vital today as it was at the !II i race that a new world is open to man. I_ right and the men will be glad to
dren will leave for Fort Ogden the latter For Sale or Kent-Two Louses, world look L -L:__.. tft them So get presents
I dawn of history; it has onlj, in a moas- i To reach this new he in 1st ; your
part of the week to spend the holidays jMeat cut on our new bluing ma- furnished; silverware, linens and in I ure, changed its form of combat Therepressive (:I within himself-conquer and develop it. : -" fur them here if you want it just
with relatives there. chine looks best, tastes best and is fact. everything included; modern ight!.
forces are as active a.o ever to I|I (;reat minds work decades, some evencenturies : .
improvements southern
Miss Grace Burdick who best slices for ; exposure; I .
is taking a ; more your money. '
hold the advancement e If man. the in. in advance of the scomprehension
course at Stetson University arrived Our American rnaihine fire-places in both living and dining ',
dividual in check and exalt instead the The fact that :
home Monday, her excellent daily average I ables us to make this offer. Trit rooms; near the ri"er. ', is in. i THE GLOBE
tf J. E: Hr n. II organized col1ecl.ity. the State the mental domain, as elsewhere, th I
on studies being such as to excuse I and be convinced Yours to please, The the established theroutine ,
organized: great mosses receive now upon :a plattirwhat ,
her from the week's examination She I J. I.. ODnl.I -- -- ---
I ; the frigid in polities religion, '' no-s been dug fur bv candle light :
will spend the holidays at home City Hotel Arrivals. amidst the toil. hardship and suffering :
I law. medicine custom: fishioti conduct,
Among the arrivals at the Clarendon I ', cf the bravest of brave pioneers in tin : t Clothing, Shoes and Gents' Furnishings, 1
. Annex for the week, the following are Port Orange.Port The following parties registeredat j belief: and deportment hive been and ', thoughtorld; and with them inspirit I 4
I are today the forces w hu h check individual and like them in fact Helenilnvins .1
noted Miss Mildred Andrews Miss L. the City Hotel for the week ending .
had walk! the .
expansion; beyond a certain defined has to thorny path. : l''
D. Smith, Cincinnati; C. W. Corningand It It It December 12: > : PFCK & FOSTER, Proprietors.
11.\ I
I limit, and it requires \courage' of no s .
wife, Corning, N. Y,; W. C. Skin- Orange, Dec JO-Mr. Lufberr Mrs. Sherman, Mrs Bancroft, Harry I .....................................................
ner and W. II. Phillips, New York; E. is having his launch put in order for use Becker, Chicago; E L Grimes, L L. -- ----- ----- _

II. Armstrong St. Louis, Mo this winter. He is having a new engine untrue, Frank Gautier, R. B. Truman, ; -- -- -
Mrs. S. Morris will open a chop house installed. W T. Moore, J. S Tyson, Jr., II. L. ....................................................:1
and restaurant on Ocean Boulevard, Miss Gieger, of Jacksonville, is- visiting Robidere, S. Wright, Emerson II. Lee, ......................... ..........................

f: January first. Mrs Erank Sparkman C. 11 Whitner, IL G Moore, J.V.. : : M. ELLA DE VOY CO. ; j.
Mr. and Mrs. White, of Chicago, 111, Mrs DuBois Sr., and her daughter Fudger, F. S Howell, L. D Jones, C. The Stillman
arrived from Lake Helen tins week and arrived from Dutthtsslounty, N. Y., Sanderson, N. E. Holdt, J. L :storer, II ;Ii! LADIES' HATTERS. !
: are guests of Dixie Lodge. last Friday. T. Licklider, C. O Livingston, L L. ,

: Mrs. W. A. Baggett's eldest sister, I Mr and Mrs stubblcfield and Mr and Hagin, Jacksonville; F. J. Hoffman, : Correct in stjles Personaltteiition 1 to titling : I B.-a..I. $i seet. I.t\w..n: \ \oluei 8111J i \lagu'JlI.:i 1 1 A s.nulI''
. Mrs. Margaret Barge, is expected to arrive Mrs. McCorkle arrived last week: from Lakeland; Paul Carter, Cincinnati: B : No i G South Beach\ Mre't Pivtoni :
, from Stonewall Ga toda She Ills did also .....................................................
Bloomington Mr and
) as T. Board, Washington, I). C; c. W. Open for the Season of 1906-7.
will spend the winter with relatives hero. Mrs. Henderson, Mr. and Mr*. Davis, White, Virginia; %V. II. Parker. L. B
i Mr. and Mrs. Ordcnrock, of New Jersey Mr and Mrs Emmeric and daughter. Wilson J. C. Crenshaw, R II Williams, Hour- Thoroughly l ll -n.\'at'I.I .N':w F 'irnituiOK". Mcxi ni liiipniMrn

1 are guests of Dixie Lodge. The bridge was open for travel lost. New York; James Carntll, Ormond; J.
I L. Z. Burdick has had his house on saturdaj You can now drive over to Rosin, I. Lmderman, Philadelphia; I.. : ...................................................: Special Rates for December and Januar)'.

i South Valley street wired and furnished the ocean. E. Bugbee, Armstrong; G. H Cantrcer, i : Cottagers and Tourists at Daytona :
I with fixtures for the electnc current. Robert Turner and daughter!; spent E. H. Armstrong, St. Louis; C N. Pat : .
Willie Conrad returned Sunday from several days here List week, guests of terson, Baltimore; R C Moore, New ,I I : "IF' ..\i-c, t to VisIt Palm iVatb will find' : DWIGHT R. STILLMAN\ Proprietor.

;- a three day's hunting and fishing trip Mr. and Mrs Frank Spurkman Orleans; C. P. Coates Charlotte N. C.; '"HOTEL .................. .......a ........................
below Port Orange. There will be Christmas services in E. Hilbon, Chattanooga; Mrs Berry, PALM BEACH"I
Mrs. J. E. Rush and children hare Grace Church Christmas night. M-3! \dums, Seabreeze; R N. Watkins, : --
been a visit of a few days ."ith )lr. and Mrs I'. G. Stewart drove W. IV'iiitifullv li cnt...l between the <)0'1111 and Lake Worth in Palm 11-acL\ proper .
enjoying Texas; Williams R Rowe yachtElenora ; : (not \\'.?!"t Palm Ifc-uh) Overlooks diP motor boat race and **************************O *************************
Mrs. Bush's mother, Mrs. L. T. Mulke), down from Seabreeze Sunday afternoon W D J. iouri onvtniriit .
; J. Pane, Monarty, its .
to door
next .
I imni nw nxigLl>or the Uoval Point'lana Hotel nod I
on South Valley street. 1 Capt. Don Morns came town Sunday Atlanta: Mrs II 8. lidrn. IMstt.n: W. i Kird.-n'.. Itr: liuk! un,I surf LatLmic!; Maintains retire"l .atroiaKeoi tourist"anl I : Lone Bay I nn :o.a!" 1' \ ;rtollt >. ,IVaib,. *
Mrs H. F. Clark and Mrs. J. \\ Gar- afternoon and attended service in Grace S. Branch, Orlando; W. H High tower, I. fainilim vt-kinic/ the ac,'<>mti>i of a large modern hotel but prt-fering dt )!io '
lick of Cincinnati a IntI.. 1 itsa of f tile formality of the larget-t: hotl and I nutre nuxkrat : loiiuuieu to KIV.I anJ Otii: r M I'EIt' NLU; M\N\ULMhNT) ; Home
Ohio, are guests of Chuch After service he took Rev \\il- E. Y. Rn i rates s '
Georgia; ; cmont, London lixuincxlato :t'I'mitt"t': with bath Uatn f:J to f*,. 811t'liult't'I..r.! C ( ..njfort \.>rtt. iuTut o:.. I-ai 1 ty ttiw,*L;. flay or flSlil 1 Season Qr i
the Glenwood. der to New bmjrna and Hawka Park in Ecg; G lily, Deland; J. Y. Detwilcr Oi-eusJaiiuar) !sth write fur illustrated oouJ.Jt't..JJreNt | .. .5 Truunieai I.arp ali'.v I". RID Itat." |7 *lOOO( Sp."' i 1.1! rate for
Frances and Willie Conrad will assist his automobile. New :&mrna; (,. B Netherton I : the .Il"oIJ
in Barnes' Novelty Store, Daytona, during }lr. and Mrs Nowlin arrived Tuesday George H lowe. Mr*. George II lacon'l. t i "Hotel Palm Beach," Palm Beach, Florida. i : MRS. C. E. riUYCK, Proprietress. t

the holidays. to visit their daughter, Mrs. Pattillot Cleveland, ., H tat'and, Boston.f. ...6............. .... ............................... ; ..............." ....,., .,.......... ............

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THE LATEST. To those wbo are sItI'lf."IJ'itb' a nperfldal ,
Hotel I clew of the 8uiTt! It may ; ) <
I The Western <\
1 DesplandY I seem attention Impossible ne-eNsary! that to the a dillsence fMjt-rnian's and .

It r=' I success -an I lease him any opportunity t <<

Daytona: Florida i 1 while fl, plate JET matter not relate>l to tim puruit << <<
I Such a -onreption of the 'itnltioncannot !
be iuJorsed for a by ,
"THE those of us wbj are eoavrrvnt with <<
FAVORITE"w the mysterIous and unaccountable mental :io First avenue near Beach street. :

i sire phenomena whkh fishing develops.We I
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OPEN for the SEASON 1006-07 UNDER MANAGEMENT OF |.| I r know that the true berIIlan lluJs :* $1 30 a day for board and room. Special rates by week or month. *
no better time for profitable contenipla I

s. L. M. Waite, Owner and Proprietor. T \ ,, ) /' & I tion and engaged mt'ntlllexerd-oe! with his angling than when nctuallr <:< NEW HORSE WITH MODERN CONVENIENCES. <:< ,

: : ( ,iit will probably never I* : .. 4........ i ) po MtFYYY XX## ..4V" ##.
; ........................ II' t t h4lb I m to gather statistic! showing the mot' ;
. .
, = --- -- lug sermons the enchanting poem<, the
... .. .... .... ..... .....NHNH..................1 !' learned arguments and eloquent 01'11''I'I .................... ....... .... .. ....... ............

I I lions that bate been composed or i i iI
: strutted etween the bltos, strikes or
; : rises of fi*11. But there can be no djabt I' .
.I that of the many Intellectual triumphs! I i
A New Howe With All Modern ConveiKncei iVl ,
_ II Jar } 1 won in every walk of life a larger proportion
; ; Accomodates 50. $2.50 a day and up. Special by week' or month I has been actually booked and : Wherever you go you tee them .

An attractive .with large and l airy rooms hot and told worn : I landed with a rod and reel ly those of And wherever you see them they go "

through the house sulphur or soft! water baths eleitrv' JiKhu, fnrm.v 1 the fishing fraternity than have been i
beat and telephone tome of the pleasant feature of The Pine ..irit* 2 secured In any one given cond:tion of FOR A FINE DRIVE take the Reo i +

wd&teran.1asanditsRoot Garden ,,"Lena you can have a tine \io-w'.f the noufishlng world. -FUhlug and
the country, river and ocean The Panes; i i. situated on South Ri.IC.\\.....1. t I Shouting Sketches. by Grover Cleveland I Touring Car.

out the highest private avenue bath in Davtoia. Rooms single! or ton suite>, with Ir with. I+ : 1 i : f '

r (H'ErROM I NOVEMBER 15: TO Y.\\ 1. | "They ar. having an engagement dinner at the Browns' tonight""Who CalllB tk. ClilckeB.. : They are safe s[>eedy. reliable and none but first-class drivers :. i'+

MRS. J. B. HINSKY | i it engaged?" In England the calls chuck, chuck, accompany them. :
Proprietress. : For information to } If interest reached by these ( I
as places
,. : "A new cook"I ; or coop coop prevail: In Mrglnla.cotxbe. )
31* South Hi 'ftwoo.1 Avenue, U.\TOS.1', FLDIHIH I In renu : rates, etc. call on or telephone to
-- -- coo- rhe.: "yl anla. pee.
.... .... .. ..... > .. > .. .+.*+...+....4.......+...+: I pee TbU latter call Is widely employed .

-- -- -- --- ------ -- --- -- -- JUST BREATHE. being reported from Germany, i MOTOR\ TRANSIT COMPANY\ 'a"1

........... ..... .. ..HN. ....Ni .................... Spain Bavaria(as and pi.the put Tjrol Itulgnria: In,the Hungary.\ustrl.I i : Phone 28. First Street Opposite the Electric Light 7

I an province the term I I" used In conv i .

I The Lane Inn blnatlon-thus: Pulla. pi pi The call i i i ilullt : B. H. WILLIAMSON, Manager.If .
Ivy k I { >leIul pul. alto occurs thereIn ,. i

,i somel'IlrH of Germany the poultry i
,, are called with tick tick! '' in lYus- you are thinking of buying: RUNABOUT TOURING: CAR and .
t- i Palmetto street anti Ivy Lane, :. eta put put and young/ chickens with j. you ..isb to know why the L'Ell: CARS are the best for the price, call on '
: or write to Bl"fFl')1 & CROUCH Agents, tU
trek Grimm and the
tuk ( ) whip scbip.
OPEN DECEMBER I.In I. : ; IL Gazette-News Office, Daytona, Fla.
i litter being an 'Imitation of their own. : :

> cry In eastern Prussia lien* are .NN....NN...........................N N N.
i I the I bucoess of it* lir..t .Is.n this house | I its ability : called with kluckschen. kluck. klutk.; 11; :

t> hl.i"e.iii( I s..tify thoso n'to > ele.'iii wit'i' all c ,mfnt* : also tipp .'lien. .tipp. tipp. Grimm reo-.
cards also |.1. and tlet tletVeln .
( ., ..
an.I conveniencesMRS., : P'l .t" "'T"f f', ,n,'
I I. buM reports from Bavaria tilts!. blbell.
bidli.!!; pi (pi, and' pul pul. In Denmark'

FOLTZ Proprietor. .J the call U p.>utle; In Holland, kip kip WHY PAY RENT ;i .'

I. : : I In Itohemla tyoo; in Bulgaria. tlri. till .
N..................?.... .. ........
\ is %. Old Mrdlrlar. I When >ou ran buy a lot build a hoi:!e" and "let it pay forkitoelf on the

"Ground oyster shells said the physkian : finest ocean Uaib in the world and Die prettiest plaoe in Honda.

........ .....N.Hhr............................... "were used as a medicine by New Bridge and Boulevard. ;

the mediaeval doctors medicine fur
Attention Tourists.And the rickets and scrofula" .I new" bridge", one mile long panning the Halifax river ban just : ;.
'I !l-wn completed! the Tort Orange Bridge fomjianj. and a Boulevard
"IIow absurJbuI'n :
aU lot rs of Fuss ('illar.. loj wll! Bud the Ijirte-t Am ..rtmei.tHnet .
".\ Nut at all. Oyster shells! t w now being built by I>\an\alzalito lounect the bridge with tlwmean
"dio-rr amiBest
Mill Sharp: "But re.lly!! you don't mean to u1 that you absolutely da contain lluie nitrogen Iron sulphur, both-ttid 1 out as follow 'I'w I o eight: foot shelled! Bidewralki

Quality of Cigars at the i nothing?* magnesia, I.romldt'.boi bort\! acid and next inmde two fifteen foot gh D.\ar.ltt-IIO'U inside two twelve foot .

Iodine! Those! are all excellent tonIcs. 'I: shelled roada nod a thirty foot .+wnrd in the center Ml: green
The Chappie (On chorus): "Aw, w dent even do that. Our men attendto gmt 1
CITY HOTEL.iiOittipr know You know bow hens eat ground oyster ewards to tw pat out in beautiful e ut, tropnal foliage, such aa l'alwet
ev'wythmg '
you shells and thus produce with good, \
--. eggs i to.. .t. China trev* pokeu vf by J..I\ handler Harris (I ncle Rernu.)
thick strong shells Well as the oyster i
; .\lrnllr, ll lowly Uttu,91Ioutr, t'fw.nty I A REMEDY FOR WRINKLES. shell powder act on eggshells! so I i in his Stor <>f the :;(ftoutliland/ ctorh" that hate made every one want i

have no doiV It acted ID the middle a home in tU. Si.uth The int-aueb.I ., doe IViulevnrd" S la'l.y; ,
.Iinvr. nt Unm.ln|! .f rK-tClit*'! linodGEO. -, .
ages on the tending. crumbling buue* i two uragnitk rut lilaff" one on stile of the thirty foot (cut down I
of the rickety, putting strength and on to the hart! ocean l la h. These bluffs, command an l'xtenl'i"e"iew ; I!*

H. MATTHRWS: .Proprietor. firmness into them Ground oyster I I of tide .turroiimlinKcountiv. mdndiiK tie tow n of Daytona, and, are i.t t
shells, I am Nn"ln"ould be good I! lieivly doiitttd. to tc) town of =South Onta. with these restrictions.Thit : 'f

......ov.: ........... .i.. .. >.. ... ................t thing for frail children today. They I tl..'.> shall lie u.,1 l MiWy); a>4 j,"l,lk' parka, and no building shall .
-- -- r would strengthen the frame Increasethe cyst I'e meted) tlHrMin' otlierwiM-tli i 'in open oli"('Tvatorie* for shelter
I.x..ii al'l"titeand hate a *1endid effect f .
f ftom raia i etiH
*********************** * *. ********************* on the teeth"-Philadelphia Bulletin
'.tlni> tlif ri4ii| kin rightof tin-. tow n are found the famous! Port

i; cox\rom. c 'JKDIAI .in.i C1I: I'L:i i I gMll M''1 ( i ( .rl.... ..
p tru.tHII4..IW..f tl..rlot',. In the lIaJrrasoflt'
wirtl/rANNIi'.YUNINxI The most (curious. as well as one of t-poitcun-u
the rarest books known to collectors Is: nuk-whi.. <* timMed" with flan-i", w.. are ren>in 1ed of the St. Ijiwienceand

THE GABLESNOW the edition of the Vulgate Issued by her i thotmnd ides.i .

Pope Sutus \. some time between r rt>m tll.. bridge you w ill tint fishing! un"ufltl1-11 in the mte.1 .'
OPEN; I 1 1V':; 'i ml loS*', The book as Disraeli :>'tate -h,.hing/ nil tlieenr roun.nJ) '-*ueh tiahing'! Gef'r!

described it "fairly swarmed with errata I 1.1\" in your own .IMHI***. Kent it in the nmmer IbutUingthe .
S. H. MOSELEY. Proprietor.Situated ." So numerous were they that a I tin>i>r t noted. rc.ort in tlie. S Yutli it i Hold than moet Northern sum
number of printed paper slips containIng
i : nier. rvHortN Here in tlie' flte.mile. stake); on the famous Orinond-Daytona .
on Volusia avenue, Rates on application. the proper words were pasted overthe i I "
errors and this device proving Inefficient Auto H.u-v <'our,*'. ->-e tlw t IM-U iM-re': .V road 19 to lie built from Orniond +y
Bear the Halifax River. Table Hoard a Specialty. on account of the Immense !' to Ponce I'.irl' (The' Inlet" ) end a tratLWi;. trolley run, putting

--.-- --- 4 number of mistakes as many of the you into Daytona I"'ad in fifteen mutes an.1 OrmonJ in half an bour. j

..33. copies as could be found were called In j Lvervlot:: will hate imidern improvements. such a8 a water main.
STANLEY IIOI'SIrun in ('connection as a tIOU'-f'. 3
rooming and destroyed Only a few remain, and .
t t ner .vii'etit sides alk+, 11W roid* an.1 ample fire protection !

.44444444444.44Y4a4444iJrJystsaatEIva.A Managing Editor: "Well what'* the trouble?" the book with Its paper patches com ; ALL 1 LOTS are to be Hold on tie installment plan-f down; f 10a

--- - ----- -- Sporting Editor: The beauty editor i* away and a woman write to know mands an extremely high price.Scull' i month; no interest: Ocean and Boulevard lots $00: inside loU,
!'Jl'!,!."iJiiljr'i hi'!'!'!'! !@ !'!'VVj.j: '! i..i. "
what to do with a wrinkle in her forehead. i f1K>: riser lots'" fan HIT on two .tft"l'ttl. |Gi>o-; corner lots. f 400 andMH

Managing Editor. "Tell her to putty it up and forget ,it" The world bid Narrow Etcape. of > Only 190 lots will t a narrow escape
__ _
re The Seaside Inn. I IcOUt n never having known a Sir Walter your chorellU: > '\- 100 feet wide, laid out as above m.ribed 4
Scott When a tiny babe be was left .'I't.I. too
Dr. J. A. Van Valzah
In charge of a maid but the girl* heart ,
;-1; ; \l1Itf.IZF.: Fl.t GUUUAII. i' o/ I was In Edinburgh, whither she wantedto Daytona Beach Florida. .t
sr go< to rejoin her lover She was: 1
. Now open for the Ma..m "f l'KXt-7! un l.r tlw inannpi went or the own'r i aMiss however. compelled to stay and KA '.,
I .a.. a. t\J." a..a..a.. a. a. iaLl.1Ll.a'iauad. .)I r
after the Infant at Sandy Knuwe The i \
HORACE. F. STEWART. |. girl regarded her charge as au o.itadI I ___. I Iil

Hondvome and new situated on Daytona IWatti Th 'lioM) in modern in t to be removed and afterward confers .

all it* apKiiitin-iiti| <. with large very (.leafdiit riMinii oteilooking 1 *l that she carried young Scott up to { ii l '

then, an, and op|>oite Gratin; ,''u.-ui' and I Mean l' t-r. the Craig (under a strong temptation I
;jf the devil as she expressed It), fully i.R' Vhy\\'LIA..SHA .
intending to cut his throat with her

l Surf Bathing is -Unexcelled. I, z scissor and bury him under the tuoa.Illilorlc .

.. Mm '!'! .!J!'.'i.... !' !A!.!.j'i'-!!'.."'.'!>!uu ietlri.X.&.,..\!.Iiioioioi celebrated "kin Grapcvlar.The ,;' \lues.." at Fon Electrical Contractor. \

-- --- -- a talnebleau. .lauted under the re of -
******************. .. .. *. ********* *********** s. Henry I\'., |grow against a wall in gu the f : large: Hotel Jobs ;

GAS uniiTED) SICVM I iiLAiii: ; park not far from the castle, and the :: a socially V.
r grapes: are highly esteemed by gourmets li
Since the republic was established ; job too large iii,

I : the grapes have always been E n+ne ti-o small I

The I lJ.1 auction, the proceeds: going '
Clevelandr special facilitiesfor ..... .
: (Into the Cvffers: vf the minister of .
Qnance I wiring old {
It ; .
Magnolia Avenue opposite postoffice Garage in connection 5a houses within .n 4
Her lalrate Sorrow. .
injury tn< t bail'l 11: w
with the house. Accomodation* for sixteen' cars. >J A He-1 called to !see you last evening r ,
tr ind the servant told) me ;you were njt ;
JL bLe-les: 1 was sorry to hue .
S. B. GREEN Proprietor. [:
tLlssed ;you. Ih-I thought ;you must
lie; I beard you laughing upstairs In .

It* Quick: "But surely you must know whether you return my 10... such grief strkken tunes that I hi. ::
Phone iii, Rates Beast nable. :Sanitary- I'lutDLin .
y .
It Think. Think :Lost wept myself out of synrpathyThe ; ;.

.." ..." ...., ..,. .....,..,.. ,..." ..,.... Mr. Simple "Oh, dear. I cawnt-I cawnt.' I never twicd to: -
--- Obcllaatc ('_1..
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--- Father-Cooking schools are of some I la
************************** ************************** GETTING IN CONDITION. ate after all. This cake is delicious. i .

Uaugbter-I! it? I thought It wouldue .
i It a terrible failure Father-\\by? j(
aughter-I told the cook how I
Overlooking: the Halifax Uiver Daytona, Florida 1
to make; it and she went and made ittome .,

l : THIRD LARGEST[ HOTEL: l\ lllf: C ITl'. j : ; other way. i iis R

I i A New Hun.*> With UI Modern Imjroveni M: 'am J : the .'r ."".., t.r"
f i W. VV. AUSTIN: Proprietor. l H-g1! liu[.rovlbg by his 1.fe in :

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____ ___ ___n ___ -- 1; 'rJ 4 "Ob. ;yes Lea already" learned' ti toen .c......
n with
one : -Iietro't! Free Prexs:
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After the joy wLkh springs from i "'r 1

a THE MYRTLE I 1lftt doing the purest auj sweetest Is: j
o i ii
.hat which Is buru of compaLio&shlpIth a.
Centrally I..uca.W. Klegaiit Hooms an I Board $8 to *ll>:a wrs.k i i spirits akin to our own. 'I
} i Table Board a Spexl( ilty. MI Modern ImrrovenientARS. -. : Ill .raped l>al Him ;.r I
Mrs lU-Uiu.iuh-1: had a duzeu pro- I

r- i \ CHAS. KOST, Proprietress. : po-vjU Ilt'f"re y"urs. all fru&i smarter. ;:5. ,
r men than ywu too. 1Ialltywat'bTLt -
1 M-MAHr4******.*****#.*.* ,....,...................: \ must Lave: l-wn Haw did theymanage : I Lt 4 1111)l :"t'l K tas an t t. ;;. ire- :W IUti "t.i .Jal'k. 1

: to crawl I out of In :: sonnlle I'ribuiinp( Jge ..t t, i t eltbraieJ "liM'* Drv .

... | *5 Hatter} rnsh shipment H'I.n.. K 25c each many t
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l be '1urd. It l f 55 'iuantitv. .hirj ed anywhere i
How !k is the life of the average sae
>: :

"Till the ;?Irlt.o lives: next door to .' -uikr.vnters ection: .
*5 .\Uelutn: wrk< guaranteed t tav.i insi<
: bold. of it." Houston POSt. '
A Homelike House with all Modern Convenience BoarJ"itb "r u+ .ets -- 1-;.

; : without rooms, f1.'O a sty. Spt.dal by week. : Jack what's that you've jot? I II it Moran that hat '+ ciI'LNLi,: tHRKt'lMIJJ I'.,,. DAYTOiNA FLA. i I.-
r: Mrs. Malone: "Why How mankind defer frwu day today \\ itti npstrutir"! f > .1 i W( rk: ; : ,

H. Glenn intuited ?" the it "' do without thinking .
t. Mrs. Ella ProP're you ie.t ua
North Death st.. Daytona na .
>> Jat"He" has, indeed! But he II have to wait s weekl1 th:t i I..r t.I.e i l. lost eternity -ul1n ''JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.I v..v. . . . . >> . . .w. }1e .
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UU y% DAY 4ND BOARDING SCHOOL j A Qvrrr Play 'a Banrti.ilI.Here i I.IIISIIIsSISI I.I 1 .1
UJI: : : : : !. Iq 1.1.

wCuriosity FOR BOYS. !IDAYTO4A' II "If you When want to. M tell..whether Lie*. or not long I Is a; In Perhap baseMll* it foyer that happened will- ji BARNES ; it;; ;;:

X I the man yon are talking to Is telling: happen again Did any Oil:! ever be: :' BEACH. from first
CONRAD GROCERY CO. the truth, don look him In the eye." of a base runner scjrin:; I I ,
base on a line drive :
bank teller to somefriends :
; said a Denver -
r E. C. GOULD, M.\ A. last night. "I thought it was Just by a third baseman and when the boll SELLS
left the third OOll'llan' hand? i
the other way," said one of those never
T. Co.
(Successor to E Conrad & )
i "I've always understood that Its i The play happened' lu this! way: AndyMoynihan .

MISS KATHERINE A. CRAWFORDTeacher made It Larder for the liar If you inked was playiug third! lase f'r I : Especially Stationery, Fishing Tackle, Crockery :

Carry Full and Complete squarely his eyes.That's a wrong the Patiuies! of Chicago iu Isio3 whena : Glassware, Lowney's Chocolates Souvenir Post :
f = a of Voice and Piano. Impression," l"Ontlnul'lllJe bank teller. tournament was held. The Occidentals Cards Machines
"The man who knows libto lie knows 41t Peoria were the opposing ten. : Talking Dolls Toys, and Notions.BARNES o

= Line of Plain and Fane Studio over Clark's Studio. how to look you In the eyes when he'a In the first Inning, with a runner on .
first the batter drote a liner straight :
doing It.'nd the man "ho dint a : i
t Address or phone Seaside Inn, Day- ,I regular liar but who has made up hismind over thirst Moynihan shoved up h.s: .

1 Beach, Fla.EliTDRESSMAKING to lie to you. derides first that I land the ball struck it mil stiikfast : Will also frame your Pictures sharpen your Saws, :

iGROCER1ESe m.-:=: :-.__ he must look you straight In the eyes in the hand. The crowd cheered.An : Knives, Scissors, Lawn Mowers, Etc.. and will :
It Is: the voice, when you don't look at Instant later they saw: something; : ..
i ? PARLORSThe the eye, that tells you whether the II was wrong Moymhau. writhing! with repair almost :anything that H out of whack.\ :

( other fellow I+ Iyiu,:. We u'e the system pain was running; around third IKJ'**. : .
Misses Sparks and Turner The l. at first saw soinetliui:: In Fact for Want
frequently (10 the bank A man I ase runner : Any Remember :
have opened a Dressmaking) Parlorin will/ r"me in to tell nt Millie business: : was the matter and run down to so.ond. .'-
t = CLOVER HILL BUTTER. : the new Conrad block. I talVe look at his feet or his handsor I II Then he ran to third and finally I .

E his knees but ueter in his eyes. trotted borne UUmlll tl'Ol. I : BARNES i
f .
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.THE If he's telling the truth ht* mice will The trouble was that the Kill strik: I ,
I be firm and straightforward and the leg Moynihan's hand paralyzed thenerves. :
The Conrad Grocery Company ------ --- -- I absence of your gaze In his eyes will The ball was stuck tight: in \ THE NOVELTY MAN. !

not affect: it. but It lies lying bell be his hand. It was five minutes before i
I. K. T Conrad A. Go's. oM stand DAYTONA KINDERGARTEN confused by your action, aud his voice his fellow players could pry his tinj I : 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA, FLA. :

i'' AND PRIMARY SCHOOL. will tremble. He'll hem and haw and gers open and get the ball out-Chlcaj I II : PHONE 30. :

( *. __ -____ _n__ clear his then throat that he's You stringing way rest you.-"assured I go Tribune. t I :1.i.I.i.I.I.I.1.I.1.I.I.I.I.I.I.i.IS....I.I.I.1.1.Ia

!I..'. atrd on Hay stn-et. Ivnvcr I'<>'. Two .......

..... .... .; ;; ..........e... .o..O.'. ; -- -- I .\ one time, when I>e Quiucey wasliving II III .H!. ...,... @'i''o.! 'H XXWf u0t,JOOGaI 1
r flee JOU OB. at Lasswade! in simple and
The epitaph "0 Hare Ben Jon on." friendly relations with the eople, wlurespcited J C BUTLER REALESTATE.
0 engraved on the tablet marking the him not as a writer but asa
i is Not Always a m burial place of the celebrated play good neighbor be formed a very delightful I .

i t !11R. W. A. GOVE wright in the "poets' corner." Westminster friendship with a little child, i, Cottages For bale or Rent. Phone
.. abl'). is said to have originated a l buy of four years. This lad a 234.
I with Jack Young (aCtt'rwtr.lknlghteo11. 3' DAYTOXA KP.ACI1, FLORIDA.
nephew of one of the housemaid was
Dentist. who "walking there when .!@ i' @i.J\'O1< \ !'-! @ \!' (! .
I It will to investigate tt the constant companion of the greatman I !
pay you !
the fellow -
the grave was covering, gave and would forsake any amuse
om.*: ..." Kiiljjvwood,I and \'olnooia.: l* i ence to cut it." I>r. Itrew- merit for the pleasure of walking I ,, .. . .. . ... ..
k. : the prices and quality of our : 1'110"\1) : S9. er In his "1'hrase: and Fable" says! round a dull little Nl'ntlth him ifiyniVni'mVmiirfiMrfintnni 1H.

t Shakespeare called Jonson "Rare One day somebody heard this! euuytrI
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Ben," but does not say where. According u ion between the two comrades: *
: Z. GROCERIES i DRS. ATWOOD & RAWLINGS : to Chambers' "Book of I>.ij'>4." .What d'ye 'all thou tree?" asked : j Miller=Strohm Co. I

the phrase formed the concluding the lul.l. !

We can save you considerable Physicians and Surgeons. words of the verses written and displayed lie : I in the clubroom of Hen's cliqueat !>said with careful deliberation "I am I Successors to
the famous Mermaid tavern The not cure lilY dear but '1 think it maybe !
Dr. Atwood* otlii-e. 'o. :.! :-;. Ridgewood. elithl'tItat'e Ben Jonson" is said to "
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ a laurustiuus. |
; I Ii Hr Ita\\ling"Otfil't'Oft'r(iilll'l.I drug !store have been first uttered after the appearance The child fntcrnipted him with some I I 1 PECK & FOSTER. I
of his highly s\I"t'I"rul farce, '' scorn: ".\ launistinus: d'ye no '_ ti
i I! "Bartholomew Talr." The epitaph has ken a rln i S. W. CARROLL I C. C. BOHANNON. been copied once at least When Sir that time the "lad" must have "
i I IPhysieian William hiavenanf was interred in !
Men about
.. I and Surgeon. Westminster: abbey the inscription on seventy years! Groceries and Grain.-I 1 1S"WAWVWViV.M..WWAV

his covering stone was "O Rare: SirWilliam .
.- The North Beach st. Grocer. : aUl'l"! over the .\t Wl"d Pharmacy.Ueiuh \ Iarcnant"lirreptiun raze Made among a Gorilla Mw-ietj KI.R.The women for '. .ee

r : .Street 11\\TO''. FioKiui. .. .
ef jueer leis Is nn old st K-\ It usually ..,"f.H.A4u!rr xra/a.Aglllar.wua/ !..m.I/.IHlHM I
Telephone No. 19. : Telephone Xo. 7; t. I j of Vll.l III'.... ends through Il.ill;: carried too far. '

r t ..SSSS......SSS.....SSS..SS...S..SSSSSSS.SSS....a.* --I jI Talcous-haw the largest and s.eeies-| J.....kvery There is the case: f Andromeda, for iu- '
can compress their featur "tIIII'ant..! there is that other affair of : **************************>.***.*.****...#..-..++.*..
I E. L. STEWART, M. D.I thin if they think it necessary to the vadent Kouian: emhs'ror's daughter :

t .... ............ ................................ I Ii do 110.4 .to the tbthink owls they can mo-it huujp suit who had a i II\.t !gorilla, i procured for
: Physician and Surgeon into any |t sitlon her at great cost by an Arabian trader j 1 QEO. P. JOHNSON j
MALLORY i able. It is useless tll 1"'k! for these who supplied. strange beasts for the > !
i I Special attention to I'lix-aiesof' theEY1 heir pres'T\ins:: traits in any of the am4iitheater.| One day the lYaetorian .
I family kept in zo. l L; EAIl THROAT and NOSE.omecand !
:: ALINES residence: No. I"! Magnolia 1 for the birdare so aeeiistoineil to gee The 1.riIL"who hal'llt.'u.1 to t lie present : BUILDER, .
r large numU-rs of i eopUpa. "siii:!;; all.1rl'l strangled: the ringleader the was .
S corner Palmetto Telephone rnvcnj :. I >:1"!>ill;: or standiii; in front of them to h.ue: assumed the imperial puri,lehhuself DAYTONA: BEACH FLORIDA.

f : SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS i I that they treat the whole matter with with its ban hands. This so" t i
Tailor I-erfcct \indifference. They know that delighted:: the ITaetorians'" that they J
t; STEAMSHIPS. A.L. Reid, the | at a certain time their food will be unanimously, elected the gorilla whom : Kstimatos Furnished I I on Short I Notice. |

r :, Largest and most thoroughly eiiuun' >ed l lS jwis-enger! tteaai8hn on the i I brought to them and that they are they took for a Kirliariati from North : '
coast is: again at the Globe clothing store otherwise perfectly safe. The raptures Bri tainT to the taoant throne. On the I e- i

t. NO OVERrilOWDIXC I .1 and i is prepared to do your tailoringin in a wild !state!' have a bloom till their mistake txiii2 esplaiueil by a z,..logically ; I .R All work done in a :strictly; first-class !
STATEROOMS POSITIVELY Ul'ARANTEKI plumage, iii.tb..tI."n on a bunch of manner.
I minded |atnciiin.. the divas caesarhad I
Important first-class shape. l Repairing: and .
\ on these ..ntpLO, a* no tickets ttil be sold to exm-d I j I /grain1" which i is not !o often seen to Ikilktl! aril another one chosen .
o S the number of bertha or the seating capacity of IHning Hall!., thus insuring pressing a specialty. Dive; me a :, when iu captivity IA>tnlou New s.hlnrse .4..*****.*;..4.eYaxtiti4" ***....*.**.........*.....

t S all passengers individual xervk-e and attention. I call if( want good work. t'!
i (See Schedule of ships, :in Florida Times-Union.) i I 1 Train For Tjlrr.lairing ( l.nniblrr'n I'enanre. ..............e...N.tN......NN........1..........
i I II of
Mr. Tyler's incumbency
LOWEST RATES TO NEW: YORK AM) ALL POINTS ORTII, S I S. H. GOVE A Chinese cook named Chiu Kan had1'eeu
Including delightful .\YI.HiIiTII.. through the I fie presidential otlice he trranI,1 to etigagel;: by wealthy Chinese in Bond Lumber I
FAMOUS "SEA::; ISLANDS. I make an excursion in some direction Ito Iti street tu ("anton.11 the moneyhe | Company
r Through tickets sold to all Northern points For full Information .A Rl'IIITil'T, IHILDLK: AND: rO TK.\t'TOn' and sent his son Bob to arrange) fur a .e-aniel had hero lot in gambling;

f : regarding attractions offered by no other line;diagrams, reservations : I Residence and office, northeast corner t>l I, special. train. It haiMK-tns.1 that the On our occasion his master l paid him .* MAMFACTlkERS OFRouoti
[ s tickets, etc.. apply to railroad sni>erinteinleiit was a strong; some money for tile prot isUnis: be sup- : : AND:
; : CHAS. DAVIS 214! Wl'llIt.Bay Street, i Rid "ewOO\.1 and'oln"ia" avenues. Whig As :such lie. had no favors to plicsl. The cork lost all the money at I: PINE LUMBER/ *
I 1
Florida pMsenEerAgntjKlSonville! Florida. : I'hone M'. lUvtona, Florida l>e tow on the president an.t Itifonueil oue stake! riudtn( :: that his dells \
1 : Geo. II. Clark, Local Agent, Daytona, Fla. ;; Bob that his mad did rJ4t run any were acvumulaiing: Tlay by clay on the .

i .SS..t*.............SS.t..**t..*..S..S.SSSSS.S... I Ir D. D. AND C. ROGERS serial trains fr UK prenklrntVliatr twenty fourth day he went into the : Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime
I II "\ said l' .>b. "Indyou not fur kitchen aixl chopped off the forefinger
I nigh sHvial train for the funeral i ( VniPiir in Jstrw-L-: Office and Yards: Ent Ceil
--- -- I It' CIVIL ENGINEERSnr : : of his left band as a sc-lf punishment : Kallumy and Orange Avenue
of President llarrl,ou'r" "Yessaid and warning: in order to relinquish this i ie11 :
( the "and if MII.I.H >-oiulMIIIAllaDtlc LID" 8).11.10 miles south of Jacksonville.Kalaniaioo. .
superintendent you'llbring
of future. ;
DAYTONA and : habit gambling in the
| : on 4anford Branch ot ttr f E.C. Kj.
{'e > MIAMI.[ FLA your father In that <-on.lith>n you He tn-caiue uncoHM-ions tlirotisrh the I|
; DAYTONA shall! have the vest train on the road" linn tmt was brought round again In I : Phone 83 R. J. MALBY. Manager.

}) Office Es'aMished 1875 : a few minutes' --Sini apire| Times. .aale0
Daytona A anton (1_". I, ..e.0..eN...NNNHNN....................

TRANSFERand The famous clcp-sydra: or watch tlwk .
"Nnnilne a Member.It
Daytona I'ressmj: and 1of Canton is housed in a temple on the
r' is an anHfiit I f lief that a man'sname
city walls.", Three big earthen jar ou
LIVERY Establishment.LadirM !I I pas some mysterious sympathywith McClellan EdwardsManufacturers
'. r Cleaning successive shelves nod a t.urth11.1 .
his nature, whence arise suchstories
and (Gent' dutlu1 cleaned press, lowest one With wooden voter con
C. E. JOHNSTON, ProprietorI I -d and d.ted. ul-m ...... -'PJJ.BLNJAS1N d 1 I .stitute the whole clepsjdra. The \cater power as that oter of a human UunipoKtiltskiu.whose Icing: vanislws -. of i

Dl I 1, descends by !slow! drcpfrom ohei the moment that his name is! pronounced :
: I hare the Best Livery in the City withtthite drivers familiar with I : LYONS: i Jar to :another tin brass !scale! un afloat aloud. It has been suggested: : ''Window and Door Frames
4t7 iViuh: St., I 11."nn. Fla. ,: in the last; jar telllug UK hours with some show of reason that tbe' '

all roads. l/"ik for the Silver Tippet! Rigs. 11'4 It rises: liter afternoon 5o'clock modern practice of "naming"! a refractory -
I since 1321 .\. D. tin lowest jar 1 Window and Door Screens.
I member of the British house of
has! been raiptied, the upiHT om filledaixl
'Phone 27 Opposite Public School"ElegantExcellent TUB FINESTBATHS coutnivns I is merely a survival wf tWsbelief .
I the lock thus wound for another -
up which the
Xorsemeu brought;
Ii i Ii day. I' into llngUtthl; C fc>i4itl Column.Ivn li C tluc.,? any sire or lot,le. I rm ktt -

I i Iron In the *>>trni.. IVilnotcrv! Hand Rail.! Newel for Stair or PonliVoik..

I i ON EARTH It Is often said that thereis irt>u .V Kl. That Ilronaht Death. Mission Furniture of.anv kind insane. to order Chairs". Set
Courtship iu S xiin Is regulated
< hlRIK; : :\ AND 11011.Ic enough in the system of an ordinary the strictest etiquette As is welt by tH-n Stands, Tal,l ln.. Eke Timm-jr, and St-n.ll SWe tnIIJt..
e man to make a plowshare The statement
!1" i is exceedingly wide of the truth known a young man is never left
? clj I LILY WATER I The amount of Iron contained in the alone with his tiancee. Near Malaga

That's what they say whent> have I 1 h. Htt our f.r Table IM ,, animal tissues of a man ""eighiug; \M a beautiful young; /girl of twenty coiaiBittt .. are niak'ng: a strictly; high-grade
"1l a "oumU is", about li<0 riius.! or a finished our work. Our work will ELECTRIC LIGHT ..f an ounce Yet so Important Ii coffee in which plHspboms bad bcctidissolved. Moulding for interior nse. t'

PLANT eteu this", small amount to the system "' It apiars that the girl bllein i
Lear the mo*critical} examination as that a difference of a few grains driven to UK- deed by the adverse !

f it is done scientific and more or less" may produce serious constitutional comments of Ilt'hbwr00 becatse';:
on principles
I I di>turl awe. aware that she had given her swwt- Our work is all made from the Best Selected Stock

/ according to sanitary rules I Hlla It 'rl'bt-: K-11 \Vrlgtit.Jr I % Illlrnima."Then. heart a kiss.--I.,-)udou-Mail. with the object of giving !satisfaction. Ask for what

J. D. Carmichael I I!, Maurizio, tomorrow I will .rhe aniil, (....... you want
i C't'ItM" with tny wife to we :you ln>tli" ,I Mother omins into tbe children'
) Phone No. 6DAYTOVA: I'LA I "IMinhtedr' lut look h. Tell ,..ur roi>D -Itosie. what are you making
I I Estimates Cheerfully Furnished.
wife not to wear her new diamond earrings I such a terrible uoiso over? Look at
I in : or my rife will at once want a '! Hug; See how quiet lie sits there.i '
-.-- ------ Telegraph office lEL\M-) 1'lIr." ,I : i ie-Yes, it's ea.y for him t
"Oh the luiscbtef: And my wife quiet in the game we are playing. lie
was only coming for the purpose of I II" pata, who has come twine late, and Phone 1 IS;*S. H.\) YTOX6FLA.) .
showmK; them off."-II Inavi Ko>a. I am-von.-Wiener $l\llnwitl"latt.

'.'..-....-......-.=.,-i.i., ..,.- '..-.'.-....-.. ...,...,-..,. ............ ..j'.,.,.,... ........{.. !.!o:!
.. - - -
: Karrar quotes Tennyson as har- The Kedab pootoihce authorities Mate !I y
i( *.g related to him the remark of a : a sotccwliat; blunt way of putting) DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS 'P7 .1
fanner who after fire lbrimstone
hearing a ao> things. Copies of .1 Peuang lsaperio st .
sermon from an ckl style l+l t., satwHTilier were the other d i.v $
I PINE Framing! Flooring, Siding, kpreaiher. consoled his wife by saylag: returned wlrluod.lJr see hanged I E. 1HI.I.Iutl.Proprktor:
"Xever mild Sally, that must t
fur mtml..r--U.ulIliiok Times.
) ceiling and Finishing.Brick : t, HK>T Slilf ET. NEAR FHIdMT IlLPOT
wrong. Xox constitooshuu! cooVlo'tstand -- :
it." Ihe :NLvudKiii; : ii MUL\: HI\\ iri'ii: KUK l'I.\. IXli.. S\\\I.N: ;. Itii ;- I
--- ---- i man or woman who smiles, fill-
i i S. VIXfi. Tl RXKIOHK OF) Al.l. KINDS.I WI\11ow: .-\\1I1'00R: )
Lime Cement s".; the IlI'IrtsIt friends frvm today I II i
I '. r'alllaii. day ;
AND Aw ri\'a"has little of the economic with f'QD..hllK', tens tree for the I I FI\\IIX: sxsii. IIIIClIt.ToIU:: : FRi'NTS: ('OI NTERS. i'.tRy .

Gypsum Wall Plaster nb"'d I! sagacity of England Inteileitual acumen work' than all the nKiHcfdw of t itwapotliwitry. I IMT; \\HtliK.tiI; i Ktn.\IOI.OM; (on M.N.S; with Plain

of Germany or social rhythm of I!! rll""t.. WI' liaise tow I.UsT; ; Mol LMM' ;--

C Y P R P I Finishing, Bevel, Siding, Trance-A. C. Wlnship Armenia.. Ill 1.a": .." bat Him. {! : .\ -* Mritfht: ..r..I 1'\'. Kitht-r:. I'm-nr I I') ; MM

riYLOO The HrvoUrr.The Mrs Il.l-tymat'b-I bad a dozen pro- No Advance la Prices pltbough nratcrlal ha gone op from 40 t. I

i Shingles, Lath iMouldings\ revolver is of dubious service In ixjsals before yours, all from smarter i; 80 per cent. We St' Aea y..ui' nonte and gvarantve the fit. ..

war. Its only fumtion there is as acavalry men than you too. Mr Ilastymateh i . . . .
I G..000!' )I!'!'!' r.'.!'!' '.!'I!''!''! !.'!! !!.!>!t.!.@!.!.!.! !)!
THE BEST.NORflAN weapon. Indeed it is an evolution They must have Ilt"t'n." How did they
of the mediaeval purl'ose to provide manage to eras I out of it? -- -- -
horse: soldiers with a firearm.! In -- : 9 O : :.. . . :aI

i the cavalry the weapon I is effective >he Murdrr It. I i
S. DAYTON only up to fifty yards.", It has n> value "How long is the life of the averageso Ice
Daytona .
for huntiug. The average man can do c.'aJlt'tllt'I'\Ilar song?" I
more execution on birds and la.ts "Till tbe girl who I lives next door to ,

MAQNOLIA A\e .nat.e.aRr.: with a slingshot The only purpose us acts hold! of It.'- Houston Post. PURE ICE : ,

PHONG: .C}. DAYTONA, FLA. whi.-h the revolt r serves I is to kill/ -- I.
\ another man. and even for that purpose How l liters' from day today ( Made from Distilled Water.
.. its usefulness is overestimated.! the best it can do ,,".thuut thinking factory corner Uajlruad; and YoIiiMa, avemu.d..rd .i
4 New York_Mat that lost, time U I lost eternityMuller. . .. . . .


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\ G. A. KLOCK1.: D. ,Soap as a Mrdlrlae.
';. I "8n : I was a boy said the :old I Florida! East Coast Railway

1 I Physician and Surgeon. tills." : : ? oftea: made ce take a Lti:>
tiny. : a medicine.' : It did me jr->>l ; (Leal Tint Carl ft. 17. In Effjct ScpUnber: I 14, ItOi.TH50l ,

IE i 139 :'. r.ldgt''o1.O! Av,.. Phoa :2O.tce. you':I ; wa prescribed in the v.Iiss-: 1 T1o >O-RE\D: DOW l. :'\Oltm6Ol%D- EAI> t*..
f,)- iok! tea-la! hf .. -. ------ ------ --- --- -
: Hours 7-v 12-1. ; '. eJ In l [ r. r -- -
: I Ij t N.. 29 *>. 73 t..33
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: and the : ; '\>...j .a.nt+. The! jv ;j.:e ;-.d ;. CII', STATIONS. c... ..:,

j H.YTl(' \ FLA TLe *.: it was a caa eo::$ dOec but f.aeoa.Ute :t sae
i ; -- ----- --- :, band they taunted l* it* :. .4-L: : o to ... .:: .: 7 1'taH 't-s 3
-- "The t ::::::::: :: : : : ; .
1 ; : f ; a : .. L At $lns... ... ::. a } a ; p
hs .. .. .................... .-
h we : A :-t U :".ta I' ......_... Bads, t I.:f'I:' i +
3 kSC Fld Notice to Sportsmen. "came c : ; I was taken down ay aether '. 1LX_ .... ............Tait Fwks... ....... I :t rc' I 'i-.n
n is ism \ .............. w' ..... Li .
from the cake ef veilow -
of I ; : U tMn Lv ................Fu a L... .lr I =
\\ offer were the k'.tcben: a chunk about as .: ...... .. ; fl.
l' our M-rvu-es to MB /L. ..i %E" 5"fc Mt:c* LE.f i. :
JT ounces ttestact |! : .1 I the ..............s aa SU:*...l1 ; i
hh4k : parties deMriiur guidt< "< for : s. fbe would .nna lSrpa -|| ...............DataeUi..-.. : -
.. : oG leariLr ay. say. ; I I 1:zfm I|1- ................. ................. .. t s tltpa .
I hunting deer ibtrl to aD\ll'bot"d" bod: the yellow' taw- .. .....or=MJ . .... jAT. *pa
turkey Up ;
Cf1 ]
"I' and foredaer close! .1 t .. : Ilayws. ::. ...... i ispm
t spar -
? : =. t V :: ...rvrtPnaa*.:.:.:... ... JK-wa !
., we other :game We are equipped i j a'L' !:: : !: :: .XewSBjjM*. : : }i .
that n 4 n to whirofHT The scie'l) ft > < j m :At: .. .. .1UkeHeM -.
i with teiit>. tt'aIii..rood; Ileaf the Uther that w -uld! e. -rr i i j .'... .omtaeOty.. .. ; 055
ter>-in- > ..2'JIII. 1"* .. ... ...\tcuyJrocttoti.. : _i_
'1"W I dogs and \ve know whereto victor : my mouth-tLclatber] I'J Lave ; c. hta Lv. .....:ct: iami at S till.
P1 in i >"':wooJd !ail ice With C* pir. '.t. I { I" :. ::.. .....Ca1JWo lt|

;. (4 o or tind apply the to JTiinif. Address be last;""ir fie % mt'Uw'l""I I'd take the:& !rabfe.'."r Into WWII my!s '.' .l'n I:| II Mfra tttax !|ArI Lv : ;f( : TtEa"aabra..r;:;?: :;::; !.}r 1.t ( ,

. .; P DlTSOX McKENZIE that. l I'd little chew ant the tU-soft. with and a slippery inooa' I :.a to 51p ISp '.. .. ......... Gets .. .La!r 1 4p 3+pe. .

"" gently] : kit I &; i ... .... ..... .ladle a ... t alp ,
New Smvrna. Fla I I-:; tLe : :"' gun.; I'd Fw.llew it. S Ina 4 r?. I-.I.a: t, .... ... .....+ I i 1140\. I. :.;.
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ut t
Four :failings Each Week ___ u __ ___ __ __ __ told : : I Itpf !i" ..: :. .. :. : .. .. it .
or five :- said tt* old wan saint;. : 1 a e'pa : : m m.? fHH; : : UStea
:BETWEENJACKSONVILLE : ) still taste tbo-e d>**v< <* .JJ-J33S-- *

and NEW YORK. ... !cvmmoa in the viHage ia I era a 41" I M ...................Ele3. .................. .. le >Lfi '
Bingharn&MaleyCo.any :' ................... .t3st3... ..*'"
Caling A y<> ; \/ sIp .............. >iWn .
at Charleston. .S. C.. both way* friend \ :r I ...........'t.coast. ........... ; 1 alas r
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IX THE COASTWISE! sERI (CE: : na ; .Opo j ...............Wei;Jsssr.. t.o1 *
were ; JrnUh Thrift. ', 5 ip ..............WeftFito : lIta..ll............. 11....
< j
Clyde New '\ tis !. t'mt"ne: nand+eaii. Vteuaa.l I '. 4 is a I I' ..................Jen sen................. M s---!
England and Southern Lines. : -. ., a .... ..lir.y. .... L a
: tare: ':" <>n the Jewish ; .... .... .:.rentausKLe. : .Xaa.a
q."u// :
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN I : ;: luit.riu. has this t i 4t"l-. .... .... Naata-.I..I..IIIU: h.ra i
forge: : s ...!........ ..UBudal..............\ saw (
JACKSONVILLE.: BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE. New tie (I ) < h thrift. "If "* tvuid only iDI I I I) J ... .......... Lewea th y..N..... J I .
AND ALL EASTERN lower: Class to acquire ; '
POINTS. fair own taxpa ::::::::::::::: ..: S--A:.: :: : : : : ....
Calling at Charleston Both Ways. t* rao, thrift. b:" iadn' +try. bis sense : :

SEMIWEEKLY SAILINGS.Sput&bound. duel t>! I scrupulous; exactitude: his .
Goods .
ycwn loyalty and lore, for his fast. :- '..'rpinseatrain!3)) uo! lnfttflee/ :
From Lewis
Wharf Itoston ., ,,
Jew his darker side. wo .ld ertenaday.
If his on -- -
j Northbound From foot Catherine Street Jacksonville.CLYDE tHrBtxI loan dangerous to them titan 2'- ">..17 j 7"I. ,..."
'. -- the If ;*-ft, lath D. I WITPORT BRt CH. I 5.n .-., i
Arriving case. ODe San.iay. : lid, ; he'D' II. ,
overt .\ of interesting experiiaent. one --- -

Between Jacksonville and Sanford Daily.i ''tribuna to fgtt. wealth conduct: .and an reliciou iuquiry; of into visitors the :. : : r. : :.-.i ':> :s.a.Jack.-" Jack.; E-.;srL.e. .: L at, :! s'a.5's: l, !,; '1 t

: :
.. : ai.mnc Be. _. .
STOPPING PALATKA.ASTOR.UERESFORD. I I i W .. ,'.: ls...... .. larpcl -- -- c ..a :trr
on ST. 4OHNS RIVER. I i I t of the u1t would transpire.t large

Steamers 'City of Jacksonville andFred'k DeBary"are ': Grades. urptcc of the chests' would be Ctris- atilt t o ocaDENht..TEA.3ISIIIPCOCTi0. S' .'. ,
wLen : i ) would do far better to save _
appointed to sail as .. Jik'1.'JDtilltJaily! except S.Saturday or. a< : Ild their money in alcoholic; re- ;'tee CcssfctMn it Miami itb> Stcixsklps. .f tie I P. & 0. <- Ce:.

3.30 fied at nt pimin : and ti>N\"". There Havana and Key West.
at Returning, leave '
m. :Sanford !
p daily Suiiday. at -"JO
except : lm :
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Prices Right. I a few Jews, but at the most __ ______ --
!oea..s.SCHEDULE I --- I >h-BounJ content them* I"MTttb a SKTHCOIA3Vi' : ; : NotlH8,3....
I i ReiKl l P :- ". 'ar. i'sT'Ja n t:a : r J1 t' T1! ..lsy.. :

Leave 3:3U p iu ... .... .-. -:::.. .....Jal"+onvi .p
S:.Jjpm: ... ...... .................PrtUUv3.V ... ........................ Lratr :t1O ,. hi cercred '. .t': ';. b.-adarf.. ...... S $ Ar Vt.vVT i'laacy T""-- .': >
.. lm .,.... .... ...... .... ............Artur.................................. ; I' III l'et 'r? I Inl' Anriroi Ilrbrrn Bible. --- --- _.
.....IVrrsford (IVLand.... .. 1 +M) in FurnitureUndertaking. :. ; aw.unt ever offered for .U.fitktn31 Sailing between Key West' and 11.a'13.r .
Arrive $.3Oac ..:::.::::: ...:.'.. .... ....Sanford ::::::::.::::::::" :: tilc; : a p m I i i roooi t !' volume was teadereJ' by a ". \' & N ")ass ,rWaYI. S a'ri r tt aV t i .. .e-iat -+..,;......

.. llH" am ...... ..........F.nt: ..rfn_.......................... ..... : :tH> u m X-iece '\ of weahby Jewish raerriUKt* \'.' r. eaaare.. -a-ara.n.. ... S ;...m1- ICE\ x-T Tanta.r.a: .."- '
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CESE?AL FASSES3E ASD TICKET OFFICE 1J2ttSTJAYjil JAKSOSVIlls'F.M. :; an ': 't' tie Pope Juiins: II. for a very Trains Discharge: Passengers" at Ship' SiJe. N.lraasices.
--- ----.- -- POMSI : Helcew lU.1.It was tho be -- .
I.IRI 1 h) l EP., JE. Awt. ien. l'a.s..ct.1221Vt.t! : Bay St. JaUun\ile.! Ha I !o -i.lII ) le an on, : ul copy of the :-:, i- :;:;, .,> ':: -. -: ; '.' :'eltoar. : itat'tC'_ \
.M.i. : t
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W. ti. tQt)1'ERIL.. Frt. P. H \ : .
Ast. ( Sn t. ,, ,.
| l-ven version: made from the He t te... 1--e-. : 1f.'be'.L-r: ::al.- rd.' tr t -r tiy
Fmit noraaStrit.Javksnnville.& Fin. till; toll :SKI:1: *
taw tine; in : 77 I C_ careful
.\. 0 n.\I. r.RTY li-r.'! ll&.t'n Pax. .\:t.. Xw York. ) '\.r C.TV et the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Inforrv :
n.llll1I1: \I::. Grn..rai Fiviclii: .\,..-nt. \..w Y.,rkThEO. worn the Hebrew text aavta.; teen SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
but at that date for the use of
(i. EQER. V. P. anJ 0. M. Chas. lost Icn'I Paiis. ST v .\.
the i i ] translators The offer to I \HM"R. Asi-t. \jt.
IirnrralO! c* Pier 3,' Nurr Inge 1 IhaD' i.. .: !14' Hr"i .,.,.' \. of pork. one by ; ", CO.i.A*. which! considering' I

_____ __ ____ __ ______ _n found. erence between the value of .

SOME BARGAINS IN REAL 1STATE tl.f ..Ulit:1ry.11.1 IMiaMe: } tion rko't of -the sail ilncety now. wooU sum! of ia i $t)1lt'.L1 V\m\' I I a: ;

wboci l .u at that time greatly! pressed I \4TUfiQ4fV FULL QUP I'I

lie to maintain; tile holy lea;ee i i
: .' had organized araia f .
$1'00f F..p Ii'. ;;: I Hlfin 1 r..r> t "rnr lot and cuttacr Painter, Paperhangerand : bat pore::1 spite t>f his tack Of I:I )a't'REFAID/ i ; .w

.' c.' a F.' 1., 45'iUUU.,. <>n lhcew,1n.ou.... Lift Iu : ,Itdi:....\ the offer.vtrUht .
all en rr< .:...JS10000 f.- L4" <.., ...h. t. Ma: >- Itl l taught: without. treat r ri
I r t \
--- --- J
.. .. "U.1cf' Decorator. mar .. : <,t a I ion.
F"T a i..rv' I..u. inwialHjti. i .
I'- u.ttlt i fi>r a w I*.*. :Ii : d tree a iU.n .....iJ:1IIk that r v
boarding t..u.TfoO JftplL: ,.urns. S I 000 Afour-r at ..ora lIolIHill.onr-ftorv. Oats cottage *: I'a. of any acquaintance and see b TS,

,ith extra ron > .::.- f.>r family or s. rvantsHuu luilJinl e f..r'nOll.. (.tt'." Conner l P. O. Box Si. i) \\ TONA.: ; FI\. on*." 1 .. .11 .iy. Those who best [) T S U m I
.. 1.t.1 I I i
third floni id l fur- of 1 .
new .
i c n 10 K33U f.' T planted to varktyof : : kx k of the- Lug;, of beasts '
htd. Lot 55s-J: ) fret Some I.rtrinR ..f ye \ small his t-.tV.-! body really 1-. !
oran&e tret-a on pL.4 < C .\ Fred E. RanKin. :\ '; ; : ::: ] 'l0.11>1y come fc.,liet. from the l
__ t QOII| ni"" nsiderc; : in eautifulv I r
v ii-jtion on I Kitlcewotxi.soutvi t i iu je About ;'*.' t*> 3 W itovnd i ltot a
$3"00'is t+.1'1 -ezbott pf '.. \ n. Tt n room hou><>. oi.lytwo l Hxp.Tt Accountant. I I'xiuks Opened and << ; But this i h below. the j fcms'y
l'U.IfI s I..r- \.1' 'i.i Kir>t and I second tku v.r : A full grown 11"11111 tip the flynlSdY r
tion <>f the&t- Nrw iM:>u>e fi( 1d .
ponhtlarii: and other outlmiklings; ., Closed) or Adju>UV. of the at I..o less than :900 pound .
ith Lath and toilet second fi'is
room on i r.
f.ouinc wi il ai.-l I ci.-tt>rn. Lot 130} feet : of his ..- and forty pvend I* tI! e }
floor,-hard and soft water r-vy tHn front t I.\ ..vcriM.., fwt tl.f p. \' I Hl\ ;;;_. ,tai'ksul llt'. Fl,'riJ.I.) thinks ]; for an African lion. His bone r. PruBsr CH1S.SLUM SC I --- ----- -- OTSnwBAtSt
\.ui.e fruit. watch .. .J .
heavy a* ivory. tFer
2)00 Siroom lio':>.- on }i< al." --- IM..r.'tonB.: Ilnl>hnril, Jr. fIt i .
: :5tru.tuUJQ.. Tour Ihib.' lion!: et''I"" .. .\ IVngal
Hu-ine buildini in Pavtona I
room on ground f.! JaVp'. FWinkan suit "t i by an Ln;Usa oUKvr scaled

rind flour Oucxi flawing Hf-ll. I.nt two roomIII rear of tore room. I INe IA.t' .I Trust To aiiiJ .>tiT..' I *. A tiger of this size! ha*. CHAS. BLL'J'C04'PAN\ \'

im462 f *-OKI-'fruit.; :111,1-1:1 l : f.-t. --- -- i con+dcrably: greater muscu
I: :b than the bif"est Hon. : =-;.;, ;; \ : \, \ \ : !" : 1\ : I" .

liouv"end lare lot at Holly $2100 \\.i '".'m house in north 0..0..0..000..00000. Tie 'Il
"2200 ]lill. Four ro.n.s and l>athon part i>f city. Three room+ :h! Miller lieu l (' Blue 1 Ribbon Beer and Lewis 66 Whiskey. J

ground floor; two large: r!us on s-<-- ..n cri.und\ floor: tw: irtK>nixiond story. I: F. B. PEiNOR. :J "f -" 'rt1 odd million sack of flour .

and floor :Soft; water III..t fl..wing,. well Llhtw'llt.t.t: : tl..amt.11./ Lot :,6v1t.'. land f : : I; : d yearly! :n the I'uttcd Kiu;- .'. JA KSOM:' U LK.; FLA.
Out f fruit number fttt. Sjin > i.range trees. !
buildinK\! Variety <> ; .
safety .' tuata'y eaten: In the form of
| j .
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of grape vine ID IIf' l Prir- fur CONTRACTORANDBU IIDER. -- -- -- -
cishwf'23J0. $4000 A a. il I built ti('f"!ly finished tn.t > In the houses of toe r.cb and .
luau f "e\('n moms and All work tli.tiv! in .\ -r! :. t:> :i'.t J League. ; best bottle broad i* sparingly .

uiiiittetl: :; ddtii n, -n.. in nice I locution at <'IiI"! nl..1. ) w .M, i//.ni.ii. \u- nia'Hi1Mattrial re .\ su(> but anoui the middle! cia >c<
$3)00 Jur. amt room t.ou.pimdid -< ItA S-aLreeze. Outl aiding, flow well' iva+t !
: > me ae workmen's borne it form a .
I., own (.n Lcdreand- u- ii tti' 1 I. >! th market .
listen S.m orange and cruise mile fr portion of tie Stet! A*
'A'00lJ'f'flUf' Lot 50-f c.t front fruit Price funii.-lnil J 4.:: 50. : e aft. .r.I". : Its b\' : | class: rodominate and a* j. j

I I 1'1.\". and Estimates FiirnULed} l;:ant : are the mot numeron.
and Grove Lands. .. ; If'J
Farming: 1: : i ; itni'rcl'aMe that the cb..dreu ,
.\, hill | .
: IWt .f !li.f.rru.e 0e ..1t, U consume about tarec-

"I'"..tum.. 1.\, ::".-. IlaYI"flI.: r:1t: : to'r'I feet > the total dIJW ia the

. A fiNE PROPERTY fOR SALE e ee ee therefore KiajTtKnu the la children a commercial are the; ,

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I:: OPTICIAN. 2t l'j'0:! : the eyght to l>e a master ,':.,.:,. ty'y fI
upper story. Beautiful !*uaiie; trees: alioiit the bong AljunJance If pxnl : that I' prtacipall cooke' for a k':ue I ,
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I If interested' write fur particular prices and terms. With husband '= : 4 Full Quarts,
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+ : ." !fl.!. ::!+h-J. No :Il', J -To bin and coo a good deal" .fl. SAMUELO & ATLANTA. GEORGIA .
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T E. FITZG EllA LD. President BET!: Fl-: ll. u-e-I're iJeut. + waita: ffixhl i ii..::." l-inlt ut .t. + ha vie. : >r-LouUviDe you think they are Courier only .nock J.>or-

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< | Largest Stock, Best Assortment, Lowest Prices 1 fruit Jllices traitly leant oM Withrop: House.which Each he time had! v-> >.nn (PLR UALLOiN, .n.I. rn'ISHI'I: "* FRKEl : $ 1 ;

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I 4 : Will Please "Him" for Christmas ;

Every one of you have a "him" to ';i We\ Mention Below a Few Useful --Articles

whom you will give Christmas pres= -

Collars, Neckwear, Hosiery
ent. Why not buy "him" something 4lt J l : } ,

I : useful? Ours is a "him" store, with k' .VIdBelts} : Suspenders, Handkerchiefs =

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our Clothing and Shoe stocks, the ;j'0 Slippers and other articles

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has opened, we invite you to come in and let us help you with our .


+ Bracelets are the leading articles of ''''' We have beautiful ; .
1if a line of Cut Glass T : "

t 'adornment for the lady, or one of (N/ ,
and Sterling Silver Ware at prices that .._.t"';t. :'
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i; We can help you out still further from Come in and look over ."' jtsK > j&.....-s: <"'=0 Dolls and Toy Books for the little tots

our Stationery and Book Department. We 9 our store and stock. t frV: and books by the best authors for the old-

will guarantee to please the youngest as No trouble : *
to show ; er ones. Before passing out don't forget

well as the oldest in the finest selection of goods whether you buy ,:.. ';; to look at our display of Alligator Leather

gift books ever shown in Daytona. f from us or not. .. .d. !.L). Goods and Fancy China.GEO. I

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LOCAL EVENTS. "For Sale-Two choice lots, southern -I For Sale or Rent-Cafe, furnished Dcn't spend Christmas day so it' Sun Brothel Show.* ........ Two Snperb Edition. "

exposure, 50 feet frontage at I I It throughout; six bed rooms, bath and will bring I I..i. '-
$1,200 and regret. Sun Brothers! Circus and Menagerie ,i : The Christmas '>
\ 1.250., if sold at toilet above. Kent reasonable.; CHRISTMAS editions of the Jacksonville -'..,

. If J. E. ResK.e I' tf J. E. RfSH.; | For Rcnt-ve room cottage, unfurnished exhibited at this place Tuesday after- I Times-Union and Metropolis an '

The business men of Daytona are O'Brien, the Jeweler. tf noon and evening. A fair audience : SHOPPING !I without doubt the finest publication
in the midst of the busiest holiday merry. All the Daytona hotels are making t greeted them in the afternoon and in of their kind ever attempted by these

.4 ; trade in the history of the place. Be friendly. preparations for elaborate Christmas j!I The Hotel Ormond will open the the evening the tent wa comfortablyfilled : -AT- .. two progressive Florida newspapers.The .

Yes, we are getting our share, for dinners.4Try. [Sth( of next month witness! one of the cleanest one
which we are very cratefuL We Chide mildly. ring shows that appears in Daytona.The : WALLACE'SCURIO : commercial, educational, moral and

wish you all a Merry Christmas anda I those large fried oysters at i iMac's $Fresh supply of Christmas: goods: management are gentlemen and the social life of Florida's are elaborately

Happy and Prosperous New Year. Give good gifts. ; ( Cafe. ,"I Ii at Fletcher's Souvenir Store.i exhibition a meritorious: one. : STORE portrayed and make these editions especially '

: 1. n. ROWE& Co. Don't be grouchy. Miss .Anna C. Morris, siofer of Dr. I 1*. Smith, county tax collector, ;Try Birch wood for fresh meats. : WILL BRING YOU IN: TOUCHWITHIIIELARGEST : I valuable to people interested in

: Mr. and Mr. George' H. Monroe, Love all; hate none. 1'I R. Bennett, who has f been spending -'I wus in Daytona Thursday and Friday -,: 1! S. n .__ I.! Jacksonville's progress in the past year.

of Joliet, Ill arrived Sunday. I I the summer in the north, returned collecting: tax ?. :.........................*" AS50RnlEXT AND BEST ..
I Forget your troubles. SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS 1.........................:
rmbrellas make nice to Daytona Sunday evening As New Year Card send! : WALLACE Im put in this season
present Remember dear ;I a one of FOR GIFTS. A Few of the Things We
one*. aud will be the f lair brother : S a large line uf CUT GLASS. Carry: I
for Xmalt. Get thrill at the re<'k-'" guest u (;arthiirr's art views uf Djytoua.) : .
Hendricks Co. Make everybody happy. during the wiutcr. !I Ii US I'IS I hand 1 cut and I hand WE HAVE SEVERAL LINES Alligator Goods, Mexican Drawn ..

I i i 1.. B. Knox, of Bulow, was in Daytona U polished and is of the THIS YEAR THAT CAN ONLYBE Work" Hand Painted China, View ..

A BOO was horn to Mr. aud Mrs.! Wish all a merry Christmas. Along the shores of the Halifax .yesterday morning doing his Sa best make. We SEEN AT China, Pocket Knives, the finest :

P. Ladas last Saturday afternoon. in sepia and black and white. See I I Christmas SU guarantee every piece of it. All
Tone and e at best. chopping. \XTALLACES.Handkerchiefs in Daytona :
up your Kaiser ,
at The Kodak Place, next : new designs. and shapes Call

mounted Large selection of diamond Delicious flapjacks with puremaple door to the Grand Atlantic Hotel.P. I The most'complete assortment of : and see' it. No trouble to Orange Wood Novelties, :

geods. ring, brooches ladies' neckwear for Xmas S show it. We also have Carved Pipes and Cigar .
' scarf pins and lockets just received syrup and Jersey butter, atIac' J. Doyle, of Coney Island, arrived at the U If You Looking :
Clark's l Cafe.J Peck-HenJrivks Co. a large stock of Holders, Souvenir Spoons and Jew "
at jewelry store. Call and Sunday. lIe was met at Or- SU
see them AU goods engraved free Hall Brumsey, county solicitor, mend by Mrs.: Doyle, Mr. Frozen andMr. MrsV.. Maxwell llankins left SU DOLLS. for Something elry Post Card Books, View Books : .

We wish! one and a1l. in from 20c to $1.00, Post Cards and :
a Merry was Daytona onday'anI..! Tues :
Christmas. ( and Mrs. Gill, and together they yesterday for Baitow in response to : Store Open Evenings.
\ Oro. H. CLARK, day. New You Will many other beautiful novelties, etc.
the day the Tomoka, a telegram announcing the illnessof I.iltltl. :
S Jeweler.C. spent on arriving ltl ltltMMI ltMI. -. ..........................._..__..._..__..__..__.
For every "dollar" spent you in Daytona in the evening.See her mother and sister. : rind it at UurStore : ------
'j 0. Chamberlain
of The Pal- get a chance. See Anthony. December 31st
o Monday
metto House, ,spent Sunday in Jack. Kaiser at The Kodak Place Fletcher's Souvenir Store still : U

sonville. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Rogers, of for the prettiest Florida views in has a full assortment of articles COMING. : : SOME RECENT

,. Brookline, Mass., have arrived for sepia and black and white. See our suitable for Christmas gifts. The Comedian. U S S UI

Wool sponges. the season. line of Japanese ware. John B. Wills and Companyin REALTY DEALS

. HiSKixs, the Druggist. 11. Hartshorn:: of the Peck-lIen- :I Give Us a Call. : I
What is Lily Water? Call at Col. J. L. Hopkins, of Atlanta, I
S. Heyman, who has been confined the electric light plant. who bought the Shepherd dricks Company, has begun the "TWO OLD GRONIES" .. I It It It

to his home for some days, is again property erection of an eight room house on Extracted From the Books of Recordfor
able to be about. C. Crenshaw, of New York, has corner of Live Oak and! Palmetto (mostly girls) : No Trouble to :
the lot he the
been the guest of friends in Daytona avenues, has built a laundry and recently purchased on Comedians-Singers-Dancers-Pr i z e Volusia County-Numer-

$175 New stock of pianos at Wray's 29-2t for several days. water tank on his newly acquired south side of Loomis aveuue.aDr. Beauty Chorus-Gorgeous Costumes : Show Goods. : I ous Transfers

and better loives K 11. Armstrong. the well -Special Scenery. I DeLand, Fla., Dec. 20.-The follow
Bigger at the possession. .......................... ing
I. Attorney. Bert Fish, of DeLand, Daytona Bakery. known Eye Specialist, will be down Prices :25?: 50, 75 cents. transfers of property in and about Day ,
Monday and in Xmas gifts: for old and young at tona have been recorded
pent Tuesday Day In the office of
the East Coast his
on next
professional -
John Y. Detwiler was from Me-llTsT: 128 South Beach Dress suit cases make a useful
tona on legal business. up .. street. OBITUARY. the Clerk of the Circuit Court at De-
visit within few weeks
.New Smyrna Wednesday making a present. The best at the lowest Lana recently: '

. Sewing machines for sale and Christmas purchases. I Manager Osborn, of the Opera Notice, giving dates, will appear Walter Lundy, aged 38 years, died at prices at the Peck.Hendrich Co. Herbert C. Longstreet to Lloyd H.

1 rent at Barnes Novelty Store. House, has booked the Four Pick- the home of his brother, Frederick Vrooman
soon, $75 lot 6
Talking machines make the part block 1, Walker -
very in Lundy on Second avenue, Thursday
erts for return visit January Grant.
Jacob Gimlich and family arrived best of Xmas presents. Get them Oh. my1!-that pie and l"OfTee'ou morning, Dec 20th, of dropsy. The Excursion to New Smyrna.
Tuesday from Pittsfield, Mass, and at Barnes Novelty Store. The company gave excellent satisfaction C. C. Poet to E. L. Burt, $60, lot 24,
atIac' Cafe!
deceased resident of
get was a Brooklyn, X. The Motor Transit will
as usual will spent the Reason at the on their week's stand last Company givetwo block 5, Elberton by the Sea.
W. G. Nash of the firm ol C. Y., and had only bern in Daytona about excursions to New tomor- A. W.
Colonnades.You II. T. Butler, of."Blarney Castle, myrna Cochran, Jr., trustee to D. C.
week and! will t be with .
Nash & Son made business greeted a month. Funeral services were held at row, one :leaving the postoffice at nine Silvers
a tripto $200, lot 171, block 14, An
Beach made a'isit this
Daytona ,
have forgotten somebody New Smyrna Wednesday. crowded houbes on their return. the home of his brother Thursday after- o'clock in the morning and the other at drews' New Smyrna.

Think it over, then call at .T. H.Schwegler's New invoice of tackle week to his grove place at Xarcoo- noon, at 7 o'clock, and the remains were two o'clock in the afternoon. If you Geo. H. Foote to Thomas Martin,

jewelry and souvenirstore. \A pair of Dent's gloves will make just received at Barnes'fishing Noveltytaire. see. Mr.I Butler reports his crop of shipped on Friday, for interment at want a delightful ride over the most pic- $980, lot 8, block 3, Foote's sub. in Day-

We can help yon; at Wray's I your husband a nice Christmas' :; oranges as fairly good l aol fruit of Sheepshead B.iy. He leaves a large thresque road in Florida, don't fail to tona.
piano store. g ift. At Ai LTlIAI: :-4. I family. take in this excursion in the REO
I fine appearance. Charles A. Freck to Louisa! G. Yates,
1- --- can. Fare lll for the round trip. River
Miss Katharine A. Crawford left $2000. lot 12. Ormond.
Mrs. W. F.'Jibb's mother, Mrs( I I Claude C. of Sea Cliff
L. F. Rice of Jacksonville, is visiting Thursday for Crescent City to spend Hunk, High School Notes. Laura E. Wall to Phillip Green, $50,
Christmas with her mother. Business i L. I., who spent last winter here in lot 10, block 2, Wall's sub. in Daytona.
with Mr. and Mrs.( Jihb. Xevv "
on 0- The public eihoola closed yesterdayfor shipment of 1900" dry
lusia j: the role of a printer, has returned to I )Ialinda G. Lewis to William Taylor
avenue. GDr. 1-. II. Houghtou has returned.! a two weeks' vacation. During partof batteries just received, 25c each.J. $3000
Forsyth, south i of lot 3, 9-17-34
i i Daytona Beach, pitched his tent
Suite House block telephone the vacation of the
Opera period many I
&Su8pt'ndeJ'1l, one in a box. atAlLnus' R. LA SIU.I west of inlet street.P. .
3:?. tf I I there, and engaged in a rapid-fire teat'hers silt attend the meeting of the J.
$. Doyle to Julius H. Frozen, $10,
Buildingcentrally .: business. State Teachers' Association at St.
north 24 ft. of north 43 ft. of south 66
Mrs. E. R. Jefferson has arrived I At a special election held in Bre- Augustine.The Fatal Accident at Dupont.
vard County Tuesday the A line of and feet of east 130 feet of lot 3, block 6,
from Montclair, N. .T., and i i" orrnpv "drys" I I I II ; assortment purses Parliamentary Club of the Daytona A fatal accident occurred at the U Hodgeman's Daytona.PALMETTO.

ing Mrs. Bartlett's home on Hifi carried and the Falcons are now I located on Beach I i i bags at the Peck-Hendricks Com- High School rendered a very interesting J. White mills at Dupont Tuesday '

wood avenue. dosed.FOE: I. I I pallY.I program yesterday afternoon. morning. The superintendent of the
street fur sale at bargain : I I
SALE CHEAP-One four bur-I ,I Officers were installed as follows President barrel department, while working ", ith \ CLUB'S
Moore( Brothers All Masons of whatever
Conipany'ston' blue flame also I degree are Arthur Stewart; \ice-president, a small circular aw, was, drawn, against
uer, stove; one four if sold at built of solid
is bower of with their dis once( ; j I
a beauty holt* kitchen stove. I cordially invited to be present at the AIliiMWilson; secretary Edgar Pop-. the blade by the catching of his jumper FINE MEETING.

play of holiday goods. 29-2t GEU H. Lui\M I coquina rock; double floors; I Christmas observances t
Miss Evelyn Clark i is expected I the asylum (,f Oriental Cumman- Raymond. ) ; critic, Ella Willaume.tlllfax he died within an hour. lie was ayonngman *
Mr. and Mrs. C. Van Horn :
home today'fron West Palm Beach :with dock and riparian said to be of well-to-do family, and
I Christmas
dery, Knights Templar
family arrived Tuesday from Jersey -' had but recently arrived from New Interesting Papers Are Read at tboSeason'
to spend the holidays with her
pa- S. J. and located rights. Dimension of build- morning at ten o'clock. Lodge No. 81 Elects: Officers.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. George H Clark. City, are pleasantly I York. The body \\11I1)(' shipped north ,Second Meetlnj-New

in their home on Second av Halifax Lodge No. M, F. & A. M., at lor interment.
After well before Christ-
ing 3(5x70( feet.Iiivestors | as as Year's
See Mrs S. M. Rvnn'stock of F enue. mart Gardiner's Daytona art viewsare its regular meeting on Thursday night Reception.

millinery for Christmas selections Neckwear, one in a box: atAILTMA J will find this acceptable to your friends. elected the following offiters for the ensuing Piano Tuner. The Palmetto Club held its second

North of pf''k-llendrick's Block. "',!!. yearWorshipful' meeting of the season Thursday after-

property worth investigating. I I Attention is directed to the new master-W. G. Hobta. **Fippen .Adams expert piano tuner. noon.
N. B. Wheeler of Cresco. Iowa lIon. J. tee in
McCrory was Daytona now at the Morgan, telephone liD, refers -
ad. of the M. Ella DeVoy Co., which Senior warden-(i. B. Seaman. Mrs. Asa Paine and Mrs. E. V. Cherrywere
was in the! city for a few days this unday, Monday and Tuesday.The to eighty pianos tuned in this vicinity -
Apply to: Junior warden-W. V. Carter. the hostesses of the event.
in this issue. You will find
week, looking after bis interests latter day he sat as special master apjears Tr'asurer-F. T. Peck. including work for Ludden & The
"Some Es-
program was
here. He returned to his winter in in anything desired in the millinery Bates the
chancery hearing testimony ,; Ludden-Campbell-Sjnith Co., "
McCoy Bros. I Secretary. II. Carter. sayists of Today. The first paper read
home at Grove City, Fla on Wed a case. line at their store and! their stylesare Senior escon-Grant Malon. the Cable Company and others. dwelt on the writings of Samuel M.

nesday. eCarr"i'ge! sponges and chamois. always of the latest. Junior I Deacon-W. F. Jibb. Crothers, by Mrs Weaver, and was read

*Barnes, the Novelty Man, has /_ HAVKIXS, the Dragg st.r t Fen way's candies at Clapp's Phar I Lotta II. Stevens, a teacher in the Senior 8te\ll'ard-lI. T. McCUllan. "A LETTER TO SANTA." by her daughter, Miss Weaver.

the agency for the Eidson and Universal Miss Marion Thompson is expected macy. Junior Steward-George P. Johnson. DEAR SANTA:- The second paper, of which Mrs. T. H.
colored school diet!
l Talking Machines and records! home from Tallahassee public yesterday Tyler-Miles ReveK White was the clever author, treated of
today -
Frank Grinnell will leave New morning, aged 5.; years. The As usual a pleasant time was spent; at i I've been all over this old town, I the essays of Hamilton M. Mabie, and
the with her
to spend holidays Jest sort of lookin'round
/ Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Myers areithe York December 20th t for Seabreeze, body was embalmed! and will beheld : eupper! after the election of officer" was read by Mrs. J. B. Parkinson.The .
Mr. and Mrs. I
of Mr and Mm. C. L. )parents, I So's not to miss a single thing,
guests with the intention of Opening the for instructions from her son Owing to a commandery meeting occurring An' pee what, I want to bring essays of Paul Elmer Moore were
f Beers. Mr. Myrea was formerlypastor you ;
St. John's the cleverly handled
on night ( 27th by the
) pen of Miss
I Clarendon garage Jan. 1st. who is in Portland, Oregon.Mrs. 'Cause I'\e been a real good boy.An' ,
of the M. E. Church South,
See Moore Brothers Company'sdisplay the installation of officers was set for Amelia Potter as well as faultlessly read

tat Kingston, and has many friends of holiday goods.Dr. Uujler's Christmas candies, boxes L A. Balcom's many friends the first regular meeting, January 3. I ought to have a fine big toy.I by the writer of the article.

there who are pleased to see him. of all sizes at their regular selling Visiting Masons cordially invited. went all 'round to every store Miss Jessie Brown then rendered a
have been her this week.
Pierson has just installed anev greeting Till I found "}[Fadden" in the door,
prices. GE,. II. CURK Agent. piano solo-"Garland" by Godard. The
f Christmas gifts for men; neck- pianola in his offices, which Mrs. Balcolm returned Wednesday, -- Where Ivy lane and Beach street meetI rendition
was applauded with such
wear, hosiery, suspenders, etc., at adds not only to the pleasure of his Capt. W. W. Smith is having a after a summer spent at various Visit Palm Beach. tell you, Santa, it can't be beat! that the performer kindly enthusiasm -

The Globe. f friends but also to the already elaborate Why, there's kind of Xmas
cottage built on his lot on the north places iu the eastern states, with The tourists who come annually to every toys rendered two encores to the gratificationof
furnishings of his suite. To please the hearts of girls or boys.
James Taylor colored was con- side of Second avenue. The Dorchester, Mass.( as headquarters.i Florida to witness the automobile her auditors-"Traumerci" by Schu-
captain For dolls dishes beds and
girls stoves
: ,
victed in Mayor's Court Wednesday I races at Daytona, usually like man and "Butterflies" by Gaieg.Mrs. .
tUmbrellas, fancy shirts and! hails from Oyster Bay and has such-
moraine: of the charge of wiling li- Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Lapp and I to visit Palm the week following, to seethe F. J. Longdun's paper on the
vests, suit and bags make : I didn't look
cases the distinction of holding member- care to at 'em much;
quor. He was fined $100 and costs Globe. children were down from the House speedy motorboats have it out on essayist Henry Van Dyke was read by
Christmas The
n. J. Williamson, another colored good gifts at ship in the same Masonic( Lodge as of Refuco the beautiful Lake Worth water course. But, hully gee! they've the finest set Mrs. William Ruger."Events .
Thursday doing some Of tools bet!
man, was acquitted of the !same Charlie Blum, chief engineer of President Roosevelt, in fact his Christmas Mr. :No better view of these! races can be ,; an''mobiles they're great what,you alone Far and Near," received the
shopping. Lapp'smother An'tops runs ,
charge. the Everglades, and the mate of the membership anti dates that of the had than from the broad piazzas of the attention of Mrs. A. II. Carter and was
An' little like the
Mrs. Katherine B. is a pile-driver big one I
Lapp listened
the i Hotel Palm Beach" located directly on to with much interest.
boat about
|See our display of holiday good were pranking on president by many years. at home,
South Bridge on their bicycles on spending the winter with Mr. andMrs. the water's edge of the motorboat racecourse The program was interesting as wellas J
LTMAS'S. An' a whole train what track
at runs on a ,
Sunday morning and Engineer jStationery, books and leather Lapp. at Palm Beach. This modern An'a motor boat what goes front or instructive, and every event elicited

A number of Daytonians spent Blum ran against the bridge railing goods, all make suitable Xmas hotel is particularly attractive to tour- back repeated applause.A .

most of last week in DeLand as and broke his collar bone. Dr. gifts. We .have a complete stock. :2.V.-; discount on all china at the ists and cottagers, who often prefer a Woolly lambs; dogs, cats, thickens that reception will be held at the club :

witnesses before the Criminal Court E. L. Stewart, who was called and! GEO.: II. CIARK. Peck-Hendricks Co. hotel with somewhat less fomality of rooms at 3 p. m. on New Year's day,
the mammoth hotels and is I. crow, when a nominal fee of ten rents will be
of Record, in the liquor cases. The set the bone, Mr. Blum is getting patronizedby
says Drums, swords, and horns that charged.
The usual dante guns
Attention is directed the advertisement fortnightly
to was many Daytona residents who' take
St. Regis Club was convicted of along all right but will have to blow Eight: new active and two associate

selling liquor and fined $500; J. H. use more care in his exercise for i I of The Stillm: n, which appears held at the club house of the Palmetto their boats there for the races.!' The An' lots of others of kind members have been elected thus far t hi-
Club hotel adjoins its immense neighbor! the year. _ _ _
Frozen and Leonard Gill, who were some little time. in this issue. Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday evening.The In McFadden's! store you're sure to find;

on trial as officers of the club. were Stillman are well and favorably music, which was up to its Royal Poinciana, and issues a pretty (j ar-'a'es an' tobacco jars, Red Men Elect Officer \
Book your Christmas ice cream I little booklet which can be had by addressing -
acquitted. orders early and avoid the usual known, having been previously engaged usual high standard! of excellence, the hotel which opens for the Which ought to please our good papas; At the regular meeting of Osceoht 1

For Sale-Nice, gentle horse, rush. MILLS in the hotel business here. was furnished by Mrs. Davidson and I season" on January Sth. Orangewood, shell, pens and things: Tribe. Imp. Order of Red Men, held \

suitable for family dray or delivery; The excellent location ia Mrs. Brower. Punch ami wafers many others Wednesday night, five candidates were ..
at a bargain. tf J. E. RUSH. Live Oak Chapter No. 5, Orderof present I Come like a boom for the girls' mother! advanced "

Eastern Star, held a special meeting supported by a house which has were served during the evening.liarlow's I Several Con\ktlons. They've postals, per dozen ten rents to the ftilloaing" to officers the warrior were s degree elected and for 's '
Mrs. John H. Ferris of Norwalk,
for the been renovated and! ,
last Tuesday night thoroughly put twenty-five.
Conn. who has wintersin pur- Minstrels, under the Criminal Court of Record cleared its the en!'umg year:
spent many of initiating three new mem in fine condition for the season's bu I An'if you want, to get some jou'd letter
Sachem (!
docket P.
Daytona, arrived here the latter management of J. A. Coburn, playedto Saturday and adjourned to Jan- look alh'e.I've eo.
bers. Several visitors were present siness. IS. the there :Senior: Sagamore-Frank B. Penor. .
uary During term
of last week and has taken I were
part and as usual, refreshments were a crowiled house at this place written my letter an' told you what
convictions and Junior : M. T.
Dr. NortlRidgewpod. sentences in the following Sagamore Haynes.
Langworthy's Mm.cottage on served. At the next regular meet- Go down to :Mac's Cafe and get Thursday evening. This is the !I !; cases. In two of there tase., however to bring; Junior I'rophet-R. M. Ialler)..

Ferris was accompanied ing, Jan. 8th, they expect to have one of Mrs. Mac's( large home-made best company that has ever visited j I pleas of guilty were entered: If you go to McFadden'.i 'oulhure find Chief of Record\\ (;. Hobb

by her sister, Mrs. Upson, with them the Grand Matron, Mrs. and leave, order for Da}tona. The performance wasfirstclass I the right thingOf '4
pies an your John Duncan petit larceny six Keejier of Wampum-John PolLtz.ColUctor .
and her friend, Miss Hoyt. Marie Weeks, of Pensacola, who will II Christmas or Sunday dinner. I from beginning to end. '! month! in county j.iil.: ; excellent quality; they keep the best, of Wampum-H. Wilson. ;

I For Sale at a Bargain-One 30( install the newly elected officers of | W. J. Jon, aggravated assault! ; $10or As every one knows whogi\es'ematest." R. M. Mallery and James Osborn
the All members of the The Brookline (Mass) Chronicle j I s.) hurry an' buy, please; for Xmas iacomin' : j
and one 20 h. p. Pope-Toledo auto- chapter. i A Fitting Christmas Present I sixty i days in county jail. were" elected ad representatives to the ,
order are cordially invited to be : Mrs. and Mrs.( George' E. Great Council ,
mobile practically new. Enquire says Nora Ward, petit larcenyV: ) or thrf.t' shirts will be held at
remembrance of the
:No more fitting 4
J. C. Pettepher. 30-4w present.We Rogers, of 1 SI2? Beacon street have': I months in county jail. An' every one to McFadden's: is runnin'; fort Myers in \pril. I
; Chn>tmas title could not he tent to absent I So if you don't hurry th" T lot all sold ,

Proprietor D. C. Belnap, of the again call your attention to gone to Daytona, Fla, where they i| friends than a copy of the magnifiTnt j jj .St. Regis Club illegal: sale I of liquor; out: J I'*.

Pinehurst, Daytona Beach, is entertaining our line of Bracelets as well as many usually spend their winters, taking j Pictorial Edition of the Gazette-News.:: j! $500( fine.Henry For iHisine"1: i ii rushin'-there in't a I Low Tides for December.: :.

a celebrity in the person of other articles suitable for Xmas a new 1907 model Stanley automobile -i It tell in pen and picture all about Daytona : Joness.mlczzltniertt; tw o years doubt. % .%.M. P.M. jl f

H. Tindell Raeburn. who for the gifts. All goods engraved free. | and will be much in evidence and its immediate surrounding! i! in Joe stair Wooten prison.! These things and ninny others: may b* December :.'2.................. 6.51December 7:18 I,

past nine has held the enviable GEO. II. CLARK, Jeweler. 1 | and the excellent illustrations numer- :: assault and battery; six i obtained atAUFaddcn's 23.................. 7.54 1):13 /><'
years this winter in the the months in ;
position of soprano soloist of as past on I ous in this magnificent publication: are county jail. Shell and Curio Store, December 24..............?. 8iW:' !90December :

Trinity Church, New York. It is ; The attention of our readers is finest auto road in the world, the M> true to the original life that it makes Lige Everett, carrying ('on'ealedII' Corner Ivy Lane and Beach :St., 25..............._ !9:52: 9.58 !

hoped that the people of this vicinity called to the new ad. of the Lone Ormond-Daytona Beach, on which a : the book an extremely! valuable keep \ apon ; $100 or six months!' in county Daytona, Fla. I December' 20................-10.45 10:47: I ; .

have the pleasure of hearing Bay Inn, Daytona Beach, which appears Stanley Steamer last winter ran the sake. Send it to your northern friend. jail. December 27.................I I:.11 11:30 I
the distinguished soloist during in this issue. This house is It will be thoroughly appreciated. The ,!' Frank Seckman,vagrancy; !six monthsin Piano Tuner Coming. December 28.................12:15: 12:10: !,
fastest mile made. '
ever They are
his here. now under the management of Mrs. price is twenty-fhe cents per copy; if county jail. December 29................-12.10 12:53' 1 ;
sojourn C. E. Huyck, of Sea Cliff, Long Is fond of touring, having run twelve Isaac Williams, vagrancy; six months 'I Adolph M. Jaehde, the expert .
you desire to mail them remit eight December: 30.............._.12:50 1:30: ; .
Moore Brothers Company's display land. Mr. Huyck will come south thousand miles in eight states dur- cents additional 1 for postage. in county jail B'ano tuner of Lcesburg, will be in December 31.................. 158 25: j I

of holiday goods is the finest later. Mr. and Mrs. Huyck are well ing the year. ---__________ ;i The old election fraud case against during the month of January j :

they have ever had. Dolls for the known here, haTing occupied Comfort I I Mills Moore, known as the Orange City I prepared to tune pianos. Orders

girls and mechanical toys for the Lodge on the beach two years For every "dollar" spent youget Wind up the year as well as you 1 i j election case, was nolled.-DeLand Supplement may be left at the Gazette-News Forget your grudges and give a t

boy. ago. a chance. See Anthony. began .office or at the pottofiire tf friendly grasp



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Try Dirchuood's butter "
.ja character? If not, Fine Groceries Prompt Attention
Misses: Florence Hohlfelder and forgot to
indigestion-He 1
....uL now. Choice Coffees, Given to All Doyle, of Cleveland, Ohio, arrived .
You know how much better aW Tuesday and will spend the winter! I

/ man feels when he's well dressed; Teas and Mail Orders. at The Oaks.themcmber!". 'I Ir
leave the ashoreThe
, more "fit," better. able, efficient, Household Articles. Careful Shipment. the Daytona Bakery ,

confident. Clothes have been, can supply all your wants in the
bakery line. tf
many times, a help-or a hindrance and GroceriesThe American people in consequence the Sunny South) is in striking contrast
Dry Twins were born to Mr.I and Mrs.r i
-to good fortune. Harmon Clifton .'f Holly Hill on have ever since been victims of lard to the source of lard (the pig-sty). .

Consider, then, the real damage Best the World Affordslargest Monday night. < the of the infants j cooked food and indigestion. .

done by the "mercerized cot- died shortly after birth. Cottolene is a clean, wholesome product ,

t ton" adulteratiou; in clothing fabrics Wholesale: and Retail < .roccrs m the World. For otrj" "dollar"i j/tnt you : Lard soaked food is not fit for human that makes food palatable, nutritious

t ; it's a distinct lowering of with a National reputation founded on Quality, Square} : get a chance. &Anthony.. stomachs because lard is made from and healthful, and food that any stomach ,

efficiency; it invites, by apparent Dealing PRODUCTS and Low Prices THE PUREST FOOD There will be services at St. j greasy, indigestible hog fat, and is bound, can digest If American housewives but .

merit tolerance of actual in- Mary's Kpiscopal: church at 3;
a p. m ; sooner or later, to make trouble for your knew the superiority of Cottolene
I over
feriority.Everybody. Lowest Prices PrevailOur tomorrow, the pastor, Kev. Alfred'd. :
knows that all-wool Wilder, conducting, services at I j inner machinery. lard, both from a practical and health ;
tremendous trading with the leading American lo::'u a. in in Onnoii'I.'Lumber I
Cottolene is the rational national lard would
only standpoint, never again
the best the reliable,
18 ; only and European markets enables us to effect unusual sav t:
honest fabric for men's clothes ing. We give the benefit of this to you. I brick for, lath shingles and (!eorgia shortening. It is a pure vegetable proenter any well-regu ..-.
eile in car lots. fct. i|
The man who consents to wear I Augustine Lumber Co bt duct and its source (the cotton fields. of lated kitchen. ,
and ;
"Table .
Write usHome" for our ;
the "mercerized cotton" mixture : tine Florida. AlIgus'l
and Price ListA
confesses to n lower standard; Catalogue Ue\. Charles* II:. 1:0\\\,11,

he's satisfied with less: than the magazine of intense: interest to every hous eep.'r. ; uiilton, Ky who is sjiemling the I! possible COTTOLENE award was) over granted all other a GRAND cooking PRIZE fats(highest at the

Complete: :and beautifully illustrated, from which you can I \\inttr here and i bupplyin;; the pid- recent Louisiana Purchase Exposition, and food cooked
best.We order the year round. Blank order form enclosed. I' I pit of the Christian+ ch'irib during with COTTOLENE another GRAND PRIZE. L//
sell Hart SluTuer; A: Marx(
his tooj.nrn. will preach tomorrow at "Home Help*" a book of 300 choice recipe, edited
clothes because thev're. all-wool, We Pay Freight ChargesOn i lOecee. _. : by Mr*. Rorer, u I your for a 2 cent stamp, if you t
I I, I t addret The N. K. Fairbank Company, Chicago. ,
and there's doubt al out it. .
no of order of $20.00 or over will .
receipt price any (\iin? and get jour ('( .rn.'t.I
A NEW FEATURE-The airtight this pail U for
Their name is a guaranty -if it; be shipped, freight prepaid to any Railroad Station East I weight free and) see cur holiday line j the purpose of keeping COTTOLENE patent clean top, fresh on and wholesome; a
such clothes help.Anthony. of the \\hsissirri.\ <: of lurkwear. Mispeinlers' belts, : it also l prevent it from absorbing all disagreeable odors of the
I gloves. IImlrl'll.<, a* .\ultmall's.I i grocery, such as fish oil eta

Money Refunded if Goodsare I Imitations have been issued by I ii

Bros not SatisfactoryThis i Mr.and Mis.Joseph .Hiitchin-on to Ii | Nature's Gift from the Sunny South

j the marriage their daughter DOM 1 1I I .
3fi liberal offer and absolute guarantee is war- i lola, to Harry }l. ISnttle.on TncseJai i --

DR. HOUGHTON ranted by the high quality of our goods :and the universal i evening, December ii, 1 li!)< n- 5 'i.i,' i,.,AA, i.r'.I; ',W..r' i l/I, Af't, IAn AM1'AA,.,. r..rt1 A irBaggett

DENTIST. satisfaction wherever sold and lIstJ. : residence' on Magnolia atennp.Haeou rad tusk. |phone, loX ; 3|

I I I + l keen (bothered with 1 I and Post
111. i
i Frank Hayes of Chicago, arrived -
Office: Suite 1, Opera House Block. II !.
f i cracked or broken cellars? Try our Ie
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Wc/b. rnll lmV Saturday evening to assume 1 II
i Phone : ( 1 and r I
(7 I new prooeut ironing, shaping.Lvi : the position of clerk at The Uidge : ;
: n.T"SSn1 '\\>R\ I wood! Mr. i.un l *
j'r 135139Vest 42d Street New York. Hayes expenemed '
r *'o A.Stewart EgfordBIjSTEWART I | Real Estate
N H. hotel having Ixrenonne< ted
Address Mail Order Department. Kichard-vn: and I IS.V.: man ; J
k l"
: & BLY, i Duer, of I'itt-.burg, I'a. are reds for some ,years with the Highland i|,M i

( I LAWYERS, i iteredatlhe! I pland. Mr.I Huh- House[ Mad..maw Island during the :*jj" and

i ardson for summer. and the Eastman It del.
was manears manager J
Office in Bank FL\
tl Building, DtLAN'D.
Branch office over}'o8toffil'e. DAYTOXA Buv the Gazet to-Ne\v s Pictorial Edition. l.'f f the Monongahela, House ritt- Hot springs; ,1. during the winter *i '

burg. and Mr. Doer connectedwith -t'a.on. I Insurance
: -- --- -- is I
the Baltimore and Ohi 1'ail-: I
r r -,I r : ,*.Christmas is comin,,. So are c rr.

read svNteni. I the Christmas good., larger and t r: Opera. House Block, SEA BREEZE, FLA.

Wigs, switches i>ouiriaduursj. "jb-tter line than ever at Barnes : :

I r Lend Us Your Eye other hairpins.novelties Ideal at}air the Hair brushes Dressing) and I \on ltStop:: -. cJ :trr c'oTT.\I.S<; : F"I[{ .SALL; : liP'; IMAT: ; +H'if,ts,I.It' AC'raw- i'ro-

I 1'arlorb: corner Volus'ui and I I Beachstltet J tI. S !jrt\ Impr! n ,I lor rmmpii. ,'utllr..1 l lin."..t..1. the unnnproted

iS!.;- J 'I...............i............ :'"2 pp. I jfrtv in Sabroeze. repnvnts two of f the Fire (Insurance

The Florida conference of tin 1.I. : Legal Notices : *, .rnpani.'s, tint, came throng the Sin:= Frrmvo' disaster with

HAVE TO SAY ABOUT I. .. C r. i. it\.it:d! and.l -U1 \inn;; unintltired.: !
WHILE YOU READ WHAT WE M I I.: t'hurrh, South which ha-: ""
Mr-t |iul" hissIs: -' put'! lal.: ; vYyYLYtYYYYYVYYYYYYtiAAYYYY.YY.YYYYY irVl .V YiIYA\
eril la\s, closed Monday. IeUser { \. Z. -- --

PALM BEACH has\ been assigned to I Ihijtonaululi ) ; NOTICE. t '., .,l "
It'J.: I.. i: .
Mickler. WHI kv IB Conatjr\ Ju.l" i* ourt
!frtr Vota-n r unt\'. FU
1. lwt'li in Charge of tins parish for t In ttw. Mat 0111..>. i

r ire= ftome! time I |(\..t, gee to Citra. I.I i | ..nt.'d.\\.\\ [\ San Mateo CigarsHave \

For :Sale-= l:nmt. (IV o, Atl .
The Most HealthfulThe I NutMf t i. h> Tt'by'"i"11 tn ell i u'lii<>i> :'t.hw.t'. <<'an tees, $ ldapttrr > lrratrrrnn.l; nil jierwHi* harm all i|I.. .
Nelson tlie, largest nut intin I minds nniD"1 tl.'i tut-. ..i \IIn.t. I r
world'and f IVxa.. Proiilu. ttt.n.tta.1..wa:' ....I. t > firfjK'nt tin! "..tllI'I i MadeReputation
tn th UlI.I..i.t\O"cl! : l within th. tins yrs.
Most BeautifulAND :5- .i' F:. N W iLMSi\. I .
} I ;'t'ritlt'OJ by Law <>r tin- -wi \\iii h. .
ai barn 4'.I.1Ii '.ntuJtc.
: Hi.. Itiii: I liam A Male. ('om.-n,' I \dmmi+tr.itor with u ill RIIII.,1' >i .
Ila} t.'iui. I'la. lei.* 4. I'.HM! ;. A off
--- an tatting: a door between the twubnii'liiivs

II', ,. : utrc: r by the Finn and!
.. t: \-ar.t pub I"" '. I U. l.-t pnh Fen. .
The mil II tie 011( a tn.e.t f nnerly .
Most Fashionable
i : : Administrator' :.Notice. :
nii! ic J by The v-lol; >e as an un ..,rltlr. Thty to have In (t'uunt J.wlar's!. Oinrt
exjt : ..... .. 1
uf '.01. t'ount.\. t1.
the rsrn' in shape, for use in alunitu In ttw' flatter ..f thI' ..
\ \\,.tksVbn. fon.plttt.*! it will I>t 'tf ut Jfiini. The Miece s of the San Mateo Cigar is one of
llru..h. <(>.>..i-. .1 l
t tf Winter ResortDnytonn 0' .' r f the hnfst undertaking ent ,. ... the industrial of the Ea-tCoa: ( ...
t A1e. Voter j l a.-i> lit, KIII that ti '111.1.! II Isfciu.J i ilinH ? ::reatl':;t triumphs tr 1
t ., ..lislim.-nt-. the tu.athi I lavr jij-|".iiit.-.i l.\ tll"
,'uU.I\ Jurzs..4 t'uln-I..1 ,."i iwe! the fi > >/('.
It1..a.O.ioot'ltt..' ?Iql! 1I.1"I1..IIII"\' !
i ; rIOt SALE-1'IGd; small winterhnnte 1
,. .
lv l\-.ti\.I-" ff II.> "tah'' "I; .I. 'III'
l I..t ;Z.t; -">o(), beautiful idui'lptrus Hil.! '" dlt nt : 'h%a.I.! front the Imiepst growth of tolMr that tin |*'nin
"rw. d"'ttltllit- all ..1 I...., ,- I ."1,. "f tluritla,
and the Island
; bath and t< itet A Imrcatn ifv (If Cuba .in produce -td: I \> roll'"ilb ,
IuniJljr r' "iiti" or -ip.iii'l a 'nt: it '
\ .11 1 1 at once. Address Bus 141 *.!-:?' I<4hl..tal... an- .h.'trJiUntil. d I I.> p| uMUt |"' has its ciood points and we are not disposal to rob I )\yton I. tllf !>KltM> .l..KUtlK-lltf..Itxlt'i till. I the t'i igar i induMry of the \\'orltlll"t'r |1'1'.1'1"l i i iti.i r t; ".1'4.
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of a solitary visitor but we feel it our duty to call your attention to tlu- I';' 1lis.: Carrie rhaff.. daiighie I 1 : oft iUfftrrMfcnMitlttn' .! ,,t ... .\ ', i 1h.i .
fact that to return :North without Im'in.isited the Queen of Honda I t: Mr. and) Mrs. J. M Chaffee, of Kiitg'ston date urtlk K.litc illt tlyal./-iI.t-f\-r I'-ltl:".iiI KMt '--.01 I Fur stile by all the leading hotels and clulm' an'I i tli I nice.

resorts is to have missed half the value of your trip. West I ulna Beach. j' ehn for the jwst four ttionthn t I Administrator nn-l I'lHTH.\.Imilli..tralr"I It I I':Id "MlI i- I News Company ftn every train tittering tlorida

which is situated on the famous Lake Worth below the frost line and in i, has been attending the I..uIngwtll I "Ith..I\ "f the....tat.- tf Jrunw. |IInl"-'h Twenty 1 ti/.t' sty lev and grades to teh rt fioni.r !
the very heart of the pineapple region} has sometime been called the : \iolniMhool! in rhicago, will hate II"t..l U.ltuM. Eta., h, I'h:' InniFern ; f!!

''Cityot Homes." Wouldn't you like to own one of the homes.' It has for h' me iVcembei' _'Ii. Miss ChifTtvwill I --------- I rOil SALI : HY1 J.I I DtALLRS.)t : .j.jI.j1.m.If.'h
also been called the "City of 1 i I lowersIf you do t\ hon1l' YOU U- rememU'ted' \ \' the part she ruh. Ihct. )last J'tlt. !I. \ '

should at least conltnd see what beautiful homes other Northern peo; :I t, k m tin lIIu-i. al s rHfs att'\ iuarJian's{ :.NotUe.ollii : I I
Iw I \ l ... 111.,1 ii. I S. SAN MATEO i
I lu.r.hyCRtIit.attI. i iI W. ROWLEY
pie have in the Tropical South. t'rtl ot t niir c !linn'In's 1 last \\ tut.'rIi .ined I | t'lanli.iu of drovtrl, n.luin \\ iii', FLORIDA t ti

The Royal Poinciana. the largest hotel in the world is alone north i 1 "" 11" l l..t dad ..f J.iiuiir1'HiT. .1\'j.l\\ ; 1T i

coming to see: but in addition to this the original alligator with 'I ", tli.' 1"tlnalI., -."""111\' ).I.1..t.. .: t .11.. ...u I I' .t..i i lt, ,. ,t. .La"a"tdt.ILJL.
pens I.........................: -I,1'.nuty.i Ft.I .rn lii. for .in .r !h.i t 1W\
hundreds of live alligators and l crocodiles the ostrich tarm. the inimitable th-. .. melt.'l..1mt.n-t.f, i'r., itli. ., -

Oleander avenue. Munyon's I 'airy Island. the fantastic rubber tree the Ii FIRE I .I'Iw f."..11Ainir i.t: \i.f'I-:; \w ', .,1,,i :N\\
jungle trail the ocean pier and four-masted\ schooner wreck, washed I II '. ..i'E..f\\\.f; : .... ti., .., n
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high and dry on the sands are but a few of the wonderful sights. "S ou I II.t(:::0 .,. .-. .\'....I..t.' 1 .i'i.t, I ,
can hunt fish, bathe play golf. or watch others in the act while you sit I t Ili 1' ( '., : \...!n.:.t -tr>. I I'I : .
{ TI6ISllRS1Reduced { '., -. .. \t1 .
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leisurely by and enjoy the unsurpassable house 6
lunate.Jupiter light in., '! ti., "PI. I I'i 7t. i lin.. tt
the weather bureau station. the wireless telegraph station. a pineapple! ..i '. "I w.. _':i. tonttHi, IJ' ]1-. _
T.mi.-:: a::' .i-t. "ntaill'lI; i "i r.-
canning factory. the Florida Last: Coast Canal innumerable other inland to \/*... t !> .' V,1. ( : : I:: .
waterways are all within a radius of :5 Inile Thl'I impassable I Ier ".in, :.'. t.." n..hip( 1". wii.tli; i '110.' w

glades is on our western boundary! and l the world's greatest highua. I .7'"."t.. i! I'lining 1 '. ".,,'It uli t ui. oft h.-th.. v-\\: .'.. -, !

the Gulf Stream washes our Eastern I : shore. It may cost you something $13.50. i iI .11'11. ..;'.; 1.\\ Il.11I1'| 1", Mdltl.. y. .IP:' .;, '
-t |o7
'iiniiitf rel. \
to stay at Palnllki.\ch. but you cannot consider your trip tol I 'Iorid t ion ;- I I.'.,. I K -'.' .u' 1'". .. + \\n"lra; \ -:tI '
plete unless you have taken it in. i : I. '"1\I.: ", .I' ::K1: irfmMiiui .'! t"" .
Until Dec. 15th. "I"I ,p. 1- <.-utli. rang.. :\(, .jst .." ,
If you want to buy or rent a room, a house on the lake or ocean front a i I sue.: \ll,. h itiR unit U',ii_ n, \ -
I II I'I-c.r i HIM' h I .II.IHl .
winter home, a pineapple plantation, an orange ;rove or a vegetable garden : Feed Ii.l .11..1 i tu-'! \''\.iniirr toth. I I'HM; :.%;..I:... ...,......:"..,.., ". ........., ...." '"."...", n.,,,,.i..'11"" """"'''','i.-.J,;t
if want to invest in of the-e and be BEST : M I KTH .\. II,M, XI i :
or you any guaranteed S per eent on your II Working! Innrt.c.T. :i A t) .lHlIhF 'r\R40
investment, write to Constructed. :j ; : prt.ldentMERCHANTS .....ltirr

I t Only machine ill youth I E. FITZGERALD J BANK f fKrcn'li

equipped. with IliMirante ATTORNEY AT LAW J >i lc,>. County H.nK
The Currie Investment Company staiuiarti te> t. :. 1-:. .ipital; .xtm.1-------------! :;: .i,i M I i

. I DANTONA, ILORIDX I; I'ers> lid! .. ,. .. .. .. IHIIKKI !:

Associated with :I i TraaMcU a Oeneral Banking& nUsin 5S.
West Palm Beach Florida j | Address Box 99. :
I LAMMS: & rii>H I 4 1 per eent. I Interest (Coniponntle[ l (Jnarterly PaulAeeount" .
< American La France
and we will be glad to show you every courtesy. Fire Fngine Company I Del.ana. flonJas :: a\111!.: onl

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