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and glutting In a Mnii-.ht,i :i iv :i :
TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY: ''thehisiiering' UHUlit'S. ha\e some1 -I Local Time Card No. 62. Corrected (to Sept. 7, 1905. > lhLLlLEl N rt j

1 thin:,' of the magic griitlem* : !i. I -:-eii 1 j.cad U..n lit" Lp '{ '::
; SEABOARD EXPRESSand of m1':1' I. "t Iry.I I SOU1H-BOUND-REAO DOWN. NORTH-BOUNO-REAO UP. l>- :j aliI'| in ............................./larkMiumle...................... ..... Arrne4."iiin Z Lit) a m ..
CHOICEOFROUTES. | suous inspiration : "i .. > : | .................-.....-...---.I'ahitLa.................. ............ b-ari 8 (WI P II .
i I 1 You begin tJ think Berlin H: the gretest 29'' 'K'So.VII .. ;t IIti> a in ............................. ... Actur................................ .. 330pm t'
Two Trains Daily. Atlanta to St.1 SEABOARD! MAIL city In the world. I =ally io. tll' O. 'TATIoN5 So.Daily 1111117 'I .' t :111 iI 11.1.-; )t. I-nun is-.............................. :! 00 P IIf ;

i-;. Louis, in connection with \V. & *. I I !'A""I __ I .. I I........... ..........I iVn-M'.ird ( Ivl-uid)....................:. lOOp .?

:K. R. The only Through morning A'I I Mhtd '1rlh. : 6 607 t31) "I'I 9 4i 41S') a Lv. ._....._........._....S.<..J8dl..II1'Il.I. JIil.1I01I\JJ.:. :........._..........._...... Lv Ar 6'I &i 00.. II II 50 U aGiSt. a Ani\f i H.'SOn\ II |I................................ftinfunl................................ 930am:<< ""

to Modern Pullman Some )'I'UUJO the tilitor of a clo\\11 10 r.s AI'. ..._.__.Jt.AuguMtInu ........._.. .. :> flo I'I' 740aS I lO.UOam( ,( ..........................Knti-rj.riM; ........... .................... ]OJC}a BGENEPAL
4: Sleeping Car, Atlanta St. Louis. east new spai-er undertook to Jiiipli-\ t.s: I' 11 ;31 ...................HIL.'llIl// -...-......... U 4 liS .. 5 49 & "
-4_ For full information, dates of :sale. EquipmentOnly I ile I : 3 Jo!' .11 LO aj I" ............... u..1 Palllika ............... 4 3'.r' 6 2i aiij PASSEKCEP AKD; TICKET OFFICE 122 VEST BAY ST. JACKSONVILLE

and meat an eminent dli.l'u as "a no I IlId : iriTj; Ar ...._............Palittka. ..........._..Th T itij' Ii waCO __, _. -- .- ., :
circulars
rates, tickets descriptive Line operating daily 1111'lllIg1] t Lur Lt."r. pvotidlj l'i\iu'' hi-* !lath t' : 8 U: I' 11.2 a ILV ....._.............Palatki_ ................. .tr Ii IIO !: 6 a C : h. u -- - .
Address, I | state! ," but tli anally! tmiuiliii.li; I "0 II ::46 I' :I (III'I''"r ..............._.$'IflMae:;.................. :Ir' 2 10"... ...... i P.M.HtONMO.MiKIUK.A C; : : .. fl '. .\ : I 2 WttolliI.fit.JIUI."fl: \'ilJt.la
: sleeperll from Jacksonville: mont eume from tLeeitmti ;il.lr',. Lallth C _20 !: _II UJiiLV. ............_. 8:1fi .:llal...................... Ar II 211'.. _7&OaL I \\.1!. n.O'KIl.lK.( | Frt. Agt. ('. 1'. 1.0\ EJ.I.Oul't.: "1jI
F. D. MILI.EK, Trav. Pass Agt., j 'I [ I f' 1-:1: : I' Lv ..................... 1\/ 1L ...-........-._. 3Tp &oaV r+ I' Foot I lloiftin I :Ht.: ..hi-kcnviIl.-I I'la. .
17 Prior St. GA. to Xew Oi leans. ".. iivbby vII burglar, l'l'v\\ III:: ruii4 C' II 0'1 I I' 12 n I'; ......._........ Ilunb-Ili! .................. .. 3 4. I' 1\l1i\ : A !1 .1.11 AtlLItl'Y I ATLANTA, 1! In naked state." 1 !lis.1S ..s i er 1110 I' IHii I'' Of ....._..._.....Oul.Ollt......_......_ 3 ::111' I 5 iI A \ > ;
; It It It a 0\ II 41 I' 1/11 I' ,. ......_ ,......lIrnoon4 .........._...... .. a I", 11 t ii' II I i rijYI'K: MM.M-I.$ I ;(: (;iinirnl/ I'lHlit: A>r,'nt, Vw York.TIIIO. '!
verse and s.l.uiktng as the blunder in 0' 8 GI I' 1 a I', .. __........ .1.1&.DIL_...._..._. 3 110" t H a : (.1. F.uLk, wn. P. CLUE & co., j
For full iiifm iiiatiou and the message Ernest lleuaii: hail t.asln II 04 I' 151 p, ...__......Iort Oratige................. :lo.:; flll A liHiit-rn; Unieral Agcntfl .
tol..l..t IttF oJ) 9 25 _2IjAr ..._...........:%"! !irftyrIL-.........-.. .. 2 ::10 J' 4 IC a Miiiiir. : i .
:I S. H. Gove H\tilJlJlI call (ill tiny &.Sr.Hgeiit .... to telegraph uii'o::!M: tLe Ln0'l.bL 10:1 II ;3 $4 J\r ..._.........Lil.kl! I.II"L......_ L1245 I.61O1. ., rht-M: lii-uurli liiiiMiii 1'ti' itntiit.i .. New Yuri. .4
\\'ritt' tLanuel; wn the cubjn of i1'1'JfJoJ-t"\1 .= 1O3iA SLIt.I .". ....._...... _Or"t1 ., City................ li2 p G4 IIi.
or lecture by him\ Wt'-twillitt'r abbty.1Le i.: 1U4a4'Op:_ ... ._. .....OrazigoCityJuiu-tl.n_ : .......... .2 ;:Oj I 6 U lJ nL
Aicini.cr. BaLDER 1M> I'OMKACTCIHResidence A. 0. UniDONNELUAMitant :: 95i': 26pLv- .... ..._.._ ew 8111).rI1t......_...... Lv 220p'' 4Oaa :
subject as written \by lam was __.......... ...._......_ 1 SOUTHERN RAILWAY.j -
;; and office, northeast!: comer of r 10 I/O i> M 1'1" Ock 11111 U I' 3 39 a I ?
(iriieial 1 I 1'.I1.r.\! J!"is t. "The luflueiue of KoUiO on tLe Foiuai 103\11' _3JC1: p'Ar' ._. ..._.......... Tltu'.yiIIt, .................. 1 I5tJ _S W A V., i
Ridgewood and Volugia avenue!. S. C. BOYLSTON. It, l'a.u".r Agrgsi J Uou of CLrlsti uilY." Itv us auaouuc- C \I W a_ .Ar ................... S..lfurI................... iT', u uu .
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2 Phone 80.! Hajtona. Flf.ii.'a) JACKSONVILLE, FUJIU I 11.\. td le England as "The Influence wt o .:.::.:...... 10 00 &,LV: .. 14tnf.r.L _..._. Ar, a e t----------------- - -- : !
10 :ai I :3 swj" ; Lv .._......... Tit 1"11111.....-..-....... bi 1 15 3 I 00 a :s
Hum ou the Ifivcatiou: ; uf llumauityj"! II) III!! I' t Oi ..._.............c.ocoa.......... ........... .. 123. 1'1' 219 A j Two Trains Daily Washington&New York
-- Saturday L\ -u.n l1ost.iictug : 'S 11 22 I' 4 13 I'' .._........ R..ckledare..._.__. .. 12 :A1 216 a .. to
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'i ItirtiM.I I2tlit :i :t11' .. ..._........ t.LltMUan ...____ 11I'4a 12r1a ... ; ;'Xf'W'I.rk awl Flori.l EIJff'o: "Wa..hiugkll mill Florida Limited"I
I 1 39 Ii c: 2) I' .. ..._...........St. Lu.-I._.............._. lu U 1IJ I.tO n :;:. .
i New Blacksmith Shop i I .tilot's nsiting the i.-Jan.l of J.J vin: -- 1 m a II 4. I' II .......,...........Jo.vrt I'i..rce................. .. 10' 6 Ii 11 :ii: P -- ---
''In tie Hawaiian group are .. t-tatI.t' 'c 2 H a 1 O l .. ....._...._ TltlIall _...._ __ II II gO 1.11 92 J' en's. : To- No. .l i o.I" Tn Chafanooga o.lS .
2 2:1: a 1 12 p II ...__............. E.I"........................ .. 9 .G A 1118 P Washinglo- I \" .tIv1tr.I Cincinnati I florkll
And Fountain City Wagon Works.The amUSl' lj the curious autk-s >it the 12' Ii 1111' .._..._._ J..o_ ....___ I. II :11 1.1 II IS J'IU Id N _o!, I-izt KI: I L"u'd. _and9hicao_ LImItd 4 4I.
i La .sullnl\JltI.US\) s!, or gony. The t' biwl-; 2 39 tI 'I 28 I' .. ..................... Stuart ......... ........ 1111 & 11111 pI '0I i I., I Jiytiiu I 4 : I :iip' 1.\ I 1.'ayt.uu .... I 5ipI.i
I ) : 0'1 A 1 fiG 11 ._.._......_ flub,, $.1Untl _..........._ '. II .2 a: 10 36 I' i-i 1.o\lI'U"IIIIt' I .1'1 a I'll I.v: :-1 .-'ugu'IIne. ...... I .Iop
undersigned has opened a BlaiKbmith! Shop on Change : : l>o1a. lillw;; i>erfurui in pairs u \k'lnd otj :S 21 a I! H p II _......_iVe.t JUi>U..r.. .........._.. 8 I II It l) I' 11 1.\"Jlil'klu1I\11I.. Y ; :;; .p Lv' 'J&'kM"I'llI .. 1t.p _
dance, or, sis the sailors call!! it. "cake fJ) .114 a 11 AI J' ......------West Palm ellCll......._. 1.1 A, 11 U p A t \\'n.blr.gh.1i .. 1 !' fit !.1 :-i p \t UliallahiNga. TI'III& tIaAr '
Ti avenue between Ridgewood avenue' and the railroadnear the Houd : j' 4 3:1: a 911 p ... _.._...........-..BUYllLoU_............._. 7 211 al 9 1 I' :2 j, NiYork I I 4 wI' I .J I ..r (1t-iiinz,1l. II I jIp of :
: walk [\\u ulliatjos-es; appfouch :.c-h tJ 4 4'1" 2'1 p ..._.......... ..... loelrllJ' ........_..._ .. j 10 a' 9 u' p Coa : __-7_ .. Ar (1ieug.fll .iN'I
Lumber Co., where the Lest class of work in this line will be 'IIIe. : !! otl.c-t.\ n.Killing; and mukiti;.: pMfouudbon& < A ::11 &iui' I' Of ..........--_Fort LauoJ.r.alo_ ..._...... 6 h al II isp ... ::.{-", "\\' \ ..rk nud 'Iorh" I.iiprtsI : ..
:: 4 .. 111Jf: ) I' .. ..................... 1'1.,18. ..................... .. II 1" ,,' II 00 11 '.1a 'I ly. X tt. 1 i.: --'rie Kl.iriOa Limited," Iwlly.No. .
Everything new and first-class and the best : cross their bills, pro.luce :snapping AIJ A JU 4i 1' ...................8alh&o,181.................. Ii C a. 7a 51 11 ex: I-"Tlie:: Florida Limited,'' dalIy&IO1.liiiItitL
very ;nd groaning: sounds,, n:>e oa their: :::3 21 ai 111J'l p, ................ !.l'III..n city _............... I 5 '4 a' 1 2'4 pj No. :-.I-.h." \Va>liIngt of work guaranteed. Give me a call. : toes pull out their breasts and uuall.\: CQ $5 A 11 U 1' Ar_::....:....::......... Mfltriil ......:. .:::......... Lv..32i a72up1)aIiy 111 all'v_ ___ ____ ; lilnningliiiiii, MeiuiihUaiid Kansas! CUT. ..
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'part with mure no-lding au I '
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GEO. A. FOYE Proprietor. : !' only u <:'mc fj fthcr ugain and lepcati Sun. Sun.a 1:* I' '" -_. -- '1'rill II I, Aiken and Augusta I Xo.Mgbt ,
I.\ Imytoiiu : 4 > > : Trtlo
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C. WINiXINGHAM MANAGER. the 1.-f/J'UJ:1I1l'l'; Otva>ionally three i --..u- ................... ollllllli .................... Ar,-............ -3 aoI p 1.\o\lAu)<;u"lIl1. ....... ... I '.' IV I.vl'avionu-- .. ""'iOp:: ,
i !I engage; itt oiice in this singular amuse 10S0 a..I.v. ---- .....I1ulw-Mt.-a. ... ......_ Lvj"............ 1 (,0 l'i. I." JIII' IJII 111. t'1' J l.t' hi A 1 ..t1I1" 'lCJp
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.................................................... ment. _. =: :::= : := = Hot SpringsAri'inciniiutl . I J-'V: i". I i: I., JuekstnilIi..i. Up

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:l 1'lie .'r." !. "T'" ( liixinorcl.. : ? S.,,.. So. lit 1)8117 \v.'ut'r UK.\'CI1 No. 1 $ "lIn. : o. 224Ufl. 'n ; {.v IflitCkllIfr .. .. ... I. .1'*
I! The meiuliws of the Kev. Dr. Tourth : Ulilly iz.: Dally Ulily j Daily :-liallyrulliiiaii;: I/ luuKlng.Kooiiiand!' .\ .-nBufffl .. .._. I 5 :.:a '
s-tttled thc-nis-eUes! Ullly Ullly ._ !\UII. _ _ _, I SlHepiug Cur Jark><,..\ file l -- -
I ly's congregation : : re --- _.
.4..............4................................... j signcxlly\ In their swits. : -2 W l' IU 10 Ii 6 Ofl i> II O It Lv.... ...Ja.'k/l4.I\'Il'e ...... Ar 7 45 a'-1--: ......- climull_ through_ ".1i.. _I nut 'If lli<- IQ'0... ....
: 2U! I' 10 1' a II ti'4 I, N :!!o. a Ar .....s.; .. J..h\'l.i". ... Lv '7 S7 ,. U: :21 I' ::5tJ: 11 ...... ... :1 Washington; and ForidaLhflhLetl
TO CALIFORNIA : !I lIe had ju>t said "Uue woid more 2 40! P ,' c.u II Ii 4'1 I' 1:1: l'J" .. ........1'.b1" Vt-a.Ii. ...... .. 7 0I: 11 WI. 4 !'AI) P ..._...... Pulliiian alt-i-ping. Jarksoiivllle to.
1 ......AUIiIlUC Et-ach-------' 1 W 1J 4S ............ Ex"elenl Ca '.a"' HUrU1"1' and I have done. \I 4 5 I' 105:; a 6.4. ii \I UI Ii a' a. 4 41i I' Dining K; :
t I :i I/O I' 11 10 G 'I W J'I 211' a .........M'If: I11JIOU.......... .. Ii fi: GIU :!O a 4 30 iiPLNINSUIAR ...... ..... l'n.iee. : .
ICHEAPRATES and the NORTHWEST :. j The doctor looked keenly at them I _
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: o"\er his tzljises for a moment. j-;; Sleeping Car Reservations, Maps, Folders and Information

: II Then he cK.&cd the hook in front of I ASD OCCIDENTAL STEA"SUlr CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.Close i .\"Pl.To
.. ROUTE. : him. --- I ti
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The Nashville ChattanooQa & St. Louis R'y. :: I "Amen: he__said.- Chicago Tribune. Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. &: 0. S. S. Company For i J. C. LUSK Dist. Pass. Agt. ;

: ; The Ilrunuu Fur It. HAVANA AND KEY WEST. 110 West Bay St Jacksonville. FU
( SAN FRANCISCO, LOS ANGLES, DENVER) I i _
844,70 : i She-No, Mrs. G.tJIl' is not popular. Is. \\\--II.-laintt.II.D.-: : :
--- .. ---- H. tlardwick, PT.M :: w. H. ra>loe, JPA.\\ahliinttton.D.C
I pnF. COrIanIISALT LAKE] CITY.HELENA .. The moment bhe entered tLe room Brooks "Morgan Ail'A.( Atlanta. (ia.If .
,. '1'bffiO Time Ta..ll"lrb w the llmea at 11 bl<:b trnlni mil> be eipn-ted to arrive at and depaii ,
11 J :, where the sewing circle was: assembled from the j-fvcral utiung. but tbclr arrival ur departure at the tnnia fctalvU U n<.t g'c.rlll\.e.-J I 1
: (' A a a n :: BUTTK. AXACONI1A, MLSSOt'l .A :i : there was u p.tiuful HtiK-e ferylifre or'",tuu cviupauy m be Ucia reapvaaibl;fur any kay vr any contc'iucniea arlitng!::lim-lrum -

I lie I siJenve I la _._ >
uiiJiuy and INTERMEDIATE.OlJTi ] ) bve.: \ so particularly
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you are going to NEW YORKBOSTON ANDTHEEAST.
painful to that the
women re-
t I person For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CA!<[) or Other Information I
i [] 1'ORTI \):D, SEATTLE, TOrO, \VANTOr-I: tpoiisible! for such a condition: must oft TAKE THESteamship
| 0 necessity be unpopular.Kiiett -
I "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
VER
and
: \; points in BRITISH COLUUWA. ,

.- i I I Her Mamma. J. U. RAHNFR Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.VITALITY. I ,

: PuJi'l'WIl1'l'lI., my little dear, It I .
:1 isviaTifton, Macim, All.niUi 4 you can't tell me jour mother's name

Dixie Flyer Route CM.altam-.ga, Ns lirille, or where ?411(' li\es. how are we to find

i and St. b.nis. : her? I.ittlfiirl ilost while out bhop- I HEALTHAND I

: ping)-Jes' i.ut me In A shop window !A4 : .. MOTT'O: .
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--- mamma 11 be sure to see Illi \:'. t. L1&I! :J. ZLLS I
:. The pi'rat iron and tonic |>ill ainl restorative for men arid women, produre* I
| TICKETS ON SALE SEPT. 15 TO OCT. 31 INCLUSIVE i Adirondack. Ii Iii W. Mri' yili 11.11.1'illhty, LuiUii! up the sv.U'ia anal l rv.cws tie normal vi 'or, "'."
i : I bruifiii'-'l. II aul1ltal'IJllIl'Si.| | O'MloM'smabox 1 :. t or sale by all druggit' ,
"Adirondack is an Indian word or \\'' v>ll!l wail it. hcuurely wrapt**! rn rn-eipt of [ll' C'P. $I.OO per box, Ocean Companr .
4 E. J. i meaning "w uthI caters" and was a term: I aFTER USllIG. U LOILS toe $Z.W, Dr. Mutfa t'ht-iiiitnl: Co., Cleveland, Obi" .

WALKER, applied in derision to a defeated ludiar. I 101....I. n. l IS.-. l..nu h: I.. .. llu ...11 c_ .-'"--- r". _1,1 i ir

: Florida Passenger Agent tribe driven to the mountains by the, . .. ?It I. ,1 f /',- '
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Iroquois and forced to live there .
.: 2 Jacksonville, Florida. bark and berries. on The Dredge "KLONDIKE" ", ;; t(1( .\. '

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only Is advancing in life whose
beart is \\iri.To\: C'\ IIIOX: : ',,|, .- <.
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9 -- --- gettiug softer whose blood : '
warmer whose brain quicker, ThOllI 1I1..Irill; .lutii- ill tinHalifax. 'I'liinuka iiinl all n\-r--|> tIl i iloun l\\ ? En.t, ('"aaDaytona V'',

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I \cloIl.-..-- th- |1p"'I.-" |i.i\ti. >na.I la. .
If You Love Your Wife *'5 -- .. _
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llPENNYROYAL I: PILLS 4 4 . . . I ----._ =:-4": .." :- ..-... -- --- .....-:::......- .

; DON'T ROAST HER '.!. Safe and rell&bl: they =-- --er-- /.:' -... =-- ..,-
/! over como weakness. in. ; I ; r- --
? ( creAa vigor, banish pains. Ice Company ; .- ;__-_-: ,- ;:.. <- -- '- .9-- -- ..::if"e' .
By compiling. her) to haVe the family bad, but buy it from tlit- .". No! remedy qua.ls UJ.!. ---:;. "-- ---- --- _.'-'- ----- '- --- i'
\ W.MOT S PCNNYkOYAL
; PILLSiaiyDruegiMSjmdUr
I!! 1 .' -i M.ttCbrwcaI PURE ICE 4 Most Popular: and Fnu-si f"OIWI", (' 'It .111,' I 1'1\ lug the Atlflt1cl ]:
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DAYTONA BAKERY / Co. Clexelaud Oluo. i"
For fad.by J#*. P.IJ.II: riuinSi\amialiti..Niw;; ) "11.. M.nlY- 'hd'\r dJ]'
Made from Distilled Water. SAILINGS I'i i)Savannah: tn 1 lo.t"lIlcJi..t: ) M..i.day rkets'I'aIlet'

It'a saving of time work and-money. Fresh Bread delivered } 4 Factory; <'tini -r l.'ailnuil; and Vnlusia: JIVMIUP tiiiqlicil 1 with all! .kliauirMl.jit tlit' Clrtht:11I ai 'l Southernnffonl. 1115 it-:

Daily to all puts of the fity. AK Cakes! Pips and every I I Ocean House, . + + + + . . Tu kt-tr. hold junl Uujr !ng*' ..li.-..}kwl tlir >n
other Ask for copy "GREEN FOLDER. d (ktetFor
production of the modern
4 uptodatebake tittOage4it.
) shop. i P. W. SAM I Propi4tor.Ritte ratf

I' QUIGG. MILLER, ".Props. \'o ula Avenue .-!. i f'J.OO:! /' per Day and Upward j ..rdergil this i.ffic-e f--r Juick' work. or W.ad B.iivj lLEME1!: 1 >: Traveller ]I'a..". Aut. :s7 bull /"'r.. Savancab, !r l1:5L J.I1o -1 1 '

-- Near I ippriul to Rpprular/ Boaidm.A. Drop We do therest W.lI.LE.T,... }'...... and lirIl'1 $ir. .1.' i', IIlRT1IN. ftl'D. .

-; 6* i8i44. fi 4>i>t4fi4)i)( Ii i (| rUJi! j NEW SiJ FLORIDA l'ier 3Z.. \ rth I1vvt I. C\\ VII.

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The Daytona gazette=news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075895/00146
 Material Information
Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title: Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: October 14, 1905
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Daytona daily news
Preceded by: Gazette-news (Daytona, Fla.)

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20 ,tl.a ,BvorJw4are. Reach All Classes Daytona, Florida, Saturday, October 14, 1905. Bttt Adverting Medina la D.J toga and Vlcielty, IPrice :5 ,Cents
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I1y.'f Have Read...; f Sumy of f fl orf. a 0 ran e e'f', These Unripe New York Figures Conditions Fruit.Picker flty Tree Continue.[Be Estlnutct Uenertlly Increased"A' l.jOO.OOO Look Caution Liter hoodThe tf Against Favorortble Boies.- .i* SCHMIDT'S VILLA i<<


:. Overlooking the Halifax River, Daytona, Florida. .:.

/Y -of the- New York Packer prints the 1 part of the Slate which is noticeable I fully submits: its annual crop guess t The hotel commands a most attractive view in every direction and *
ollowiug summary of orange no I' in the reports from these points. -1.! JOIJO( ( o.tt'S. This: for tie no finer location can be found in the vicinity. It is only one mile J }
I I"C conditions in Fl riltl! : "\V"re it not for the int-rouse in edification of the trade Other from the (ocean and is convenient to the depot, pObtoffice; churches and jj ;
% schools. More than other hotel in i town. Bath
fUIGHSIDE SAFETY ,"The Packer has alumt ,'o'.ai,1' ( the production further south, the guesses have been made, it is true, :1 public rooms and lavatories sunny with sanitary rooms plumbing any and all modern conven-*tc

ubhcribers in the Siale of Florida yield would not have near reachedthe saute of them as low as 830,000 t :
who kindly assisted in compiling million and a half mark. The boxes. We cannot see after goingover Special

CHILD'S CRIB. this papers orange and grapefruit trees have been i particularly healthy the information sent by our t the hotel-grounds. :

1'k crop estimate this year. In addition this season, and while the white fly Florida l'ore"plndentwhich together : HENRY SCHMIDT, Proprietor. {
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to the information obtained :n this has done some damage it has not with answers to 2,000 lettersof .
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We Have it in Stock Now. way The Packer also has report visited: the unheulthfulness on the inquiry :sent our subscribersthere -.-
several of its fruit it did last Very few this low estimate should
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:.:,/1 correspondents year. . . .y. . .
:,.i: who have made special efforts to get complaints as to this pest are heard be male. Such figures do just as > ee
as near the facts as pllo.; iLll:'. After among the growers. much harm as do those issued lately :
d :suing- over all the- ivspondence at "Prices in the groves, for the bare by a well known operator who says I INQUIRIES FOR *
BINGHAM &
THE MALEY CO.Incorporated
land, figuriinj out the probable' fruit as: it hangs on the trees rule the yield will exceed 2,000,000 ) .

la mage rendered! by the freeze of from UUo to 1.23:! and up to $UjlJ boxes. t The Packer does not swear
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( ) last January, and gi\'illg due consideration quality and distance to the loading by its estimate, and the prognosticator e

LEADERS IN FURNITURE to the number of new stations considered. Grapefruit : who says he is absolutely cor.- .I II f H. .

s.e groves uuiiing into I bearing The prices range from $1.50 to :2.23: ; I reel in this wise has another guesscoming. I -

; FALL STOCK OF ALL KINDS ARRIVING DAILY. Packer places its estimate at about The average prices for oranges boxed : furnished rooms and cottagesare

":!.. ,500,01)0) )( boxes of oranges' and and delivered to the station, range "The flipping: of green fruit is already being made. We e

t11. ,......................................4........ grapefruit| for the entire :State. from 1.50 to $2. At some outlying again the main topic of conversation .e .44 J
,....' have the most complete I I line e
"While. at this writing the outlooks : points, which necessitates a long among growers. Several writers to .

for a million and a lull; boxes: the haul, the outside ligute is a little The Packer bay, "Warn our peopleagainst 1 of Crockery the city; several t'e '

reader must take into consideration low. Grapefruit i is selling to i shipping too soon." The decorated
up I beautiful, patterns. J.
K ;NO BOY OR GIRL the possibility of swollen fruit later $2.50)(. .;;2.73 delivered to "shipping' !I experience of past seasons should bei e '. '-'

which would iidtundly incica.se the point. A few growers! are holding I i all the warning needed. e 4
Kver put foot in a better \warughhlJl' I -
lumber of boxes to l,75;;
'' 4 r = than a. perhaps .,,00,0( ( ), hhuuld the growl l "The fruit, both oranges and !i leave the grove till November 1. A e '

ug sections be visited i by a series I grapefruit, is running to popular t;i few could be shipped October 15, : tt
Pennant
of rates. but this is too soon. Don't kill the: t. k
.;, I I i sizes: : which as mentioned above, I
"The quality of lie( \11I1'| ih much :: will continue provided weather conditions : sale by shipping green and im- e Mason & Wall Company edmondson
unless the pried was a half dollar tiller than for A few ,
k seriale.14. :: do not effect it. The winds :marketable fruit. It doesn't pay -

higher. billions ixxnplain IIf mot::t, but the : have: been low also, as a general j 01 course: you'll find this out to your e

., 7, It is a thoroughly trd shoe majority of the 1"1'1"1| iU show that ; tiling, iu the heaviest pioducing sections sorrow if you ship, but why not e W. H.E Mgr. 119 N. Beach St. e .,
the bulk of the fiuit is, generally I so that pricked and punctured : profit I by the e.\i>erienie of others:? e ee
-- in every le:Vvt. and I \\urlhy" because liright. Coarseness is 1.1[Kiki'n of in I Phone 9 .
Luis
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up a'eI'V. :small percent II I I "The crop this season is of much
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it has besides durability wine bet tions, iJlbtlch retorts;| of I the I ." better last and
than
c i crop.Editorially quality year
include ( . . . . .
nearly always reference to The Packer : buyers are paying !)(lc to $1.5 on
1 ",that it\rrili: appt-arance every mother demands in her child's foot' i I says 1
the fruit as being clean j "After making a thimuigh canvas of the trees,according<< to quality. Pricesf. ,
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:' s .wear \\Vstrongly 't'tOIl IIH'I..lthi. shoe to mothers $1 ,35 "The freeze of last January did tIle orange and grajiffiuit sec- o. I b. depend upon the distance '/iViViVi = @!XXX!; ;ra; 1

,. t.r I'' because: "f it moderate price. ...... ............... ... ...... I considerable damage:\ in the northern I, lions of Floiida, The Pai.ker resj'ect- 1 hunt the grove to the shipping point. OLLARS j jo 4

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a x The Globe I Good Citizenship I I A Novel Florida Mail Route. Obituary. AT OUR STOREOUBLE

The lonimeivial' defines : ( I
Lceslmig The Tinted I States government is Just as morning dawned on Sun- Ii

'' t CUYI 111\0.( : S110K.S AND 1> iEXTS1 R'KXISHIXUS yootl.:; ) cituciibhip as: folio++b; toon to establish! : a novel mail route tla)', :-pt. Jt, IflOo; the spirit of lit- ; Luiv'v
We seldom think what constitutes:: .dung he lower Florida keys from tlo Nettie Clark Wilcoi was: ushered
-: i PECK & FOSTKll! IVi-iiiKiviw': good! citizenship and the qualifications Miami I as! far south as Upper Meta[ into the presence of Him who said

116 South Beach Street.- that are necessary therefor. t muLe key. The mail boats will "Suffer little children to come unto WE CARRY A FULL AND i;

Every town must have its good, I ouch; at all camps: and intermediate me, for of such is the kingdom of r.
e solid, energetic citi/ens and I its ]points, and these places will then heaven. COMPLETE LINE OF THE '
-- worthless, pessimistic: ones. I receive their first mail service. This She came like a brilliant ray of )

t' Iw Necessary as the Keystone I A good citizen is one who enters 1 route is regarded as one of the most sunshine, baightening a rugged :
w '..:.. tu the arch is gold plumbing to *anilatiou into every public enterprise with I'unique in the United States.! world, but like all sunbeams, her : FINEST GROCERIES. I IIe
the home,
in !
and erfect health
r: j> spirit and determination and devotes stay was but momentary, and her :
r-,. 7'i i Kim r t no risks: by getting inferior apparatus 1 himself to the upbuilding of his The Umpress: of Japan Is to have little flower-like face, molded so

and bungling indifferent or carelfs town. lIe obtains his I living there President. became cold iu
i:: sewing machine Roosevelt beautifully soon
FISHING TACKLE OF ALL KINDS. I
; t r >, work because it's a bit cheaper .and he realises it, and everythinghe is: going to send: it to her as apresent i\'ath's long embrace. Yet having I': 9
; a' \\\, t''argo' faiily fur mall'i'iiila, and ,I can do for hit> home place is Ilt'H- iu recognition of her courtesy passed into tho great unknown, she : n___-- ------ -- (@.}'

-&L' Y u t work, because we're u. t satistied to [put ;I I cticial to him. He .docs not criticise to his daughter during ht'r'bit to is far beyond earth's tumultou*!
r f ill anything but the L('*t. Keller our I I : E T. CONRAD & CO. THE GROCERS. 4
every movement of the town uflieials; the Japanese capital. At everyplace tears. Life sorrows are over, and I' ,
._ bill than a larger one from doctor and he idlers every encouragejnent to where_there is no friction the I her soul is wafted into that heavenly l : I

+ 1 \ \ druggist.d :: them, as they cannot please eveiyone. machine is to be plated with gold, presentvheie: all the angelic choir ; . . . . .'i' M
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\ Carmichael and at one end of it there will be shall forever slug anthems! to His
J. D. ,
I.. lie makes! every possible, effort to attached the American and Japanese great name. *
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;- :1t' Phone No. 64, DAYTONA, FLA. induce settlers to come, oilers them coats of arms. Doubtless upon receipt Only one short week of life-vet

''!;, inducements instead of sticking of the machine her majesty how desolate the hearts-what a Y
.San ]Mateo
to will at once send MuUuhito down to : world of sorrow fur those whose .. Cigars.. .
: them to the fullest extent of theirspacious
the department store for a few bolls: I hearts arc t>o torn with anguish now {
I he holds out I
}jiocket-book; of art cambric and a dozen spools of Ille who cares for His children, t t

;1t I' Curiosity is Not Always a Sin II I the hand of good fellowship to them, thread, and devote }herself to making i I "giveth and taketh away," and tho' Have Made
:i ; I thereby showing them it is them&elvtb :: up a lot of those: frilly, tucked things dark the shadow, he will comfort sI

,- .\ he wants and not their money. that defy description by the geniusof i I and protect' with au uuerriug hand,

fi ,i< It will pay you to investigate i People and the admire desire this to kind live:of among treatment man. --- 'I i i awl lempesUms will guide seas:, until them they along too shall life's I A Reputation of


'.., ,i the prices and quality of our i such! a class iKWScss-es them, and Call at tho liazette-Xews oilice r, life pass eternal.into that blissful abode-the.

they will remain instead of moving and see the Florida map we are
GROCERIES \tftf iI R. L, U.
.: on. giving away. I Their Own. l

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;:."1:l $ $ ss $ $ $ $ :. the greatest industrial triumphs of the East Coast i

:p'" since the freeze
+. l i Our Greatest Specialty I"I

I S. ,, CAKBOLL, Made from the choicest: growths of tobacco that the 1'11111

buU of Florida and the Island of Cuba can pioducc, and map I"
-. is to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth
The 'North Beach st. Grocer. : ( tied! with the rich, silky lea grown on East Coast!! plantation,

;..:. 3' about the goods we sell. the cigar industry of the world has never produced[ bettergood i> +

JI, .telephone No. 19. : For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union ,
............................ We Permit No Misrepresentation.
i '..................... News Company on every train entering :Florida.

.-f' N/1111111_ --....-.-............................ We have no second hand goods, we buy none but thoroughly twenty sizes, styles and grades to select from.

4 reliable goods, goods that will stand the wear, and sell them for
Bond Lumber Company roll SALE BY ALL DLALLRS.
,. less than inferior goods can be had for elsewhere. Our stock is Manufactured by

tfc;, MANUFACTURERS OF r larger and finer than all others combined. E SAN MATEO
S. W. ROWLEY .
"ROUGH AND DRESSEDQ1ND LU'MBER' ..... .... lay 22 226 I FLORIDA.It
;| AND CYPRESS ( Two Big Stores for Showrooms $o.l3each /,i, I,,i, .i, .i. .i,i Iu w it I It i li I ii i L.ilLiLlliJ.iLLlLlljLlLjll! wl M

|Lath, hingles, Flooring, Ceiling, ,Brick, Lime Ccasnd The Only Exclusive Furniture House in the City.
once and Yards: East: H. T. McCLELLAN
'Ji'a t Cement in Stock. B.tim.y and Orange \'H'DUe ,

|MlLli-Bond Mill, AUanUc Coast r mte ilr..1Wmileesouth- ot J-ck-ontine. ORNAMENTAL WOOD WORKER.Window .
of the 1"', L.O. ll>' t
Hanford Branch Furniture Co.
Kalamazoo,on Daytona and Door FranwH. any kind or lit}Ie. Window] nntll l>ooi ti.-'rl't-II
A R. J. MALBY, Manager.
158! Phone 83 Mantels Cabinet work, F.k. Colouial Columns, Porch Columns, XexveM awl Balustrades -
LV NII/1N.o Of1.................Mt.... for stiiir or porch work, Brackets Scroll Sawing, Etc.
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'T u 'H STERER andMAXuiACruItEltofl11Gr1
:1 V BRACEY : GRADE B. Z. Snowden, Manager fixed for busint'ss. Will call for your order.

:- t. Moss and Fiber Mattresses. Shop on North Kidgewood, Kingston, phone} 123.

.:to I'Second Hand Furniture ami Utowi-. GoodUajtona.Fla naSew
wade
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.. T. Ei FITZGERALD Editor \
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: O.M.BinoHi.il.l*,PwrtcUnl J. a O.MOHWI Vice president (
T.E.FinexxAU, Secretary and Trwunrtr:

THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY

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: 4t .... Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona Florida, as Second Class Matter. I I 1FM'I


c Subscription $1.50 Per Year in Advance. All answers. must be in not i UI :

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3 SATURDAY, OCTOBER H, 1905.

1 later than Nov. 1st, 1905. _

: The President's Southern Trip. REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING.Fire -' ---

; The program for President Roose Limit Ordinance Amended to

: :.. velt's been arranged trip through as follows the :South has Regulate Budding and Provide for The Contest doses on .that date and the winners will Our little girl friends who are entered in' the 10 .:.: '!-;;''!.

> r. Leave Washington, October 18th; Appointment of Inspector. be announced just as soon as the judges can decide Reasons Why Contest should remember that they have : : ., .

,.. : first' stop at Richmond, Ya., wherehe Council uet in regular session, whose Ten Reasons Why the best. of with their .
will arrive at 12:30 a. m., and with Pres. Pro Tern Hendricks in are the privilege consulting parents-so make .. -\ :

leave'atl.-Otfp. m; arrive at flab the chair. Mamma and Papa help If have not entered I 1
eighN.CatlOOa.m.onthe 19, Present, Aid. Porter, Clark, Maley IF YOU ARE A LITTLE GIRL 14 YEARS you. you _

-. leave at 1:00 p. m., making short and Schmidt .on roll call. Harris yd: you will surely want to when you see the prizes incur .

.'. stops during the morning at Durham -I acting mayor, OR UNDER AND HAVE NOT ENTERED
hard for :
window. Besides it's not anybody to .
Greensboro, High Point and I Minutes of previous meeting Tr'a,1 i ;

;. Charlotte on his way to Georgia. and approved.bills aid IN THIS CONTEST COME TO THE STORE give ten or a hundred reasons why Buck's: Ranges
or
The President will arrive at Roa- Following peseuted.

.; .- ; well: Ga.,'at 7:00 a. m on October dercd paid: AT ONCE, cAZ e e ,, are the best in the world. Thatts why we sell them.

20th. This is the birthplace of his II. H. Seelye. salary, service an' .

mother. He will ave for Atlanta postage................... $ 3;>.5( 1

and will reach the latter I I. Ur.itt & ?on, LlacUimlliing 7 II.< -
at 8:30: a. m. Let us show you the great When you call you will see -
Pharmacy supplies ]150( <' .
People's ,
11:00 at 7:00 m.
: city at a. m.; p. Bud 's Range. It will help what a lot of other good .
where he Gruher Morris Hdw. Co., eup. 3 9' f[
he will leave for Macon,
c :: will arrive a 1:00 a. m. on October 0.! D. Reese, 100 dog tag,. .3.0f' I you figure out the 10 I Reasons THE GRUBER-MORRIS things we have for you here. .'..;.

: Bond Lumber Co...... ... . .51 why it is the b
: 21st.The President's train will switch S. D. Jordan, rec'd tax sales 3.50 l It will be a good chance for fgl4 whether you are buying or i

the Southern to the Atlantic Street gang.............. ... ... 131.0:\ HARDWARE COMPANY
from not-we'll
you to come in and get acquainted. ,NC. be glad to see you ; I
. Ga. which will C L. Smith, saL and rent 50.1)0() .
coast Line at Jeaup and show you our stock. .
; : be reached at 5:30. He will go J. W. Wilkinson, salary, express .i I

; from there direct to Jacksonville, and postage...... ... 63.75M. ---ma-- -- .. ,

f where he will arrive at 10:30 a. m. H. Zuber, salary........ ... '50.00 _.u __ __ -- --- --------- - .- -- -- 1 :

.. He will spend the day there, and S. F. Singleton, salary........ 10.00 over until December term of court. The Missouri Mule. \ MOST REMARKABLE[ OFFER For Rent. I .. ;

will then go to St. Augustine at Bert Williamson, salary...... 37.75 This is the second post ponell11'nt. It was proper that some great A two story, seven room, furnished II I LEGAL NOTICES. j jIFtrt

which place he will xepend twenty- Report of City Physician read and The bell recently purchased! for man with the gift of words should louse with bath, toilet, large closets, -
I : Made by the Gazette-News, Which Is pub. Sept.Si; lust pub.:NOT.U}
four hours. filed.Petition the Holly Hill sohool, after a trial, pay tribute to the Missouri:: mule. [pantry, attic, front and rear piazzas, i

On October 23d he will visit several of Adaline Andrews for being deemed of too light nu-tal to R ets hia\e sung the delights of Determined to Largely IncreaseIts dec-trie lights, etc.; all in first class ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE: :

: cities in Alabama. He will relief was read. be heard throughout so extended a the Texas watermelon and tl.,' CoU.- Subscription List. L-ondition. Location central, surroundings .yoTICE. is hereby given thai all creditors, f
*> legatees distributees and all :,'
: spend two hours with Booker T. Report of Engineer Rogers on town, was exchanged for one of more 1.f ra-.lv v"iiiU,U>Mj'v. The V\'t"nl\ll' oft I II Tae Ualdtc- t'W5 ils determined good. TriceffidO for I u-homsofver having claims or demand persons -.
; the Estate of the late Fritz LJader-
.. Washington at Tuskegee and will drainage west of Midway and northof weight and louder voice, and the I I I North Carolina and the governor of to illl'rt'a'itils subscription list by the season. Address Lock Rox :COG. against man are required to present the same to tkundvrslgnrd .i.
canal was read. Mr. Rogers was pupils now have due notice of the South Car-.Iina have l vitbiii two yean from the .
: ; make short stops at Birmingham slampe onI si'Vral limulivil nuinerf, ami! to do it dale hereof. MABIE; LJSDIBXAX.Administrator .1 i
and Montgomery. On the afternoon instructed to make an estimate of school sessions. I history the thrill that follows the i is lluking u remarkable ctlor. New an4 Changed Advertisements. tbeEgnueotrnu! ol

of that day he will visit Mobile. the total cost of such drainage and The high tides prevailing during : indulgence t.f the beverage in thoSmth. The following new and changed the Llndermaa.Will Ann with ied :
: advise holders in that the two weeks have necessitated To e\rry person not at prt'Sfiit: a Ormond, Florida,September t!, 14.
liven the Missouri
: : This is as far at present as the property section past: i t apple advertisements appear in the advertising -

.. arrangements will extend. Whileon so that they may present a pe- the use of the back roads by pedestrians | has not been forgotten by tlmve who reader t.f the Uazetto-Xews who will columns of this: issue of the Notice of Application for Final 't,

the trip, the President will visit titon for same to be done and work and cyclists a great part of( '..>make songs for the noild.i !. I pay I l.fiOforu) year's subscription Gazette-News D it charge. ;
: Notice IH hereby given bat six months :
-F three____ _State___ fairs at Raleich on Oct. assessed Carried by all voting in the time, as the river water covered i But the mule (If Missouri has bt'C'l1l a humisnint' County, Township and I''Grubrr-MorrU 1lr4areCo..Iimge 2 after date, to wit: on the Aid day of March,
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: -19th, Atlanta ; October-----0-20th, and the affirmative. the front road at teveral dillVrent! j taken as a matter of course.! Like I Railroad; lap of Florida will be Notice to Contractors and Public. Page 3LouIitliI1t I l-jwi will,or make as soon my thereafter final returns as I executor can be beard.of -;;
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Nashville Ky .Page 4 the Last Will and Testament of Henry i
Montgomery on October 23d. Canceled school bonds Nos. 1, 2 points during Hood tide. Wagons i the air aud babbling brooks and givHii absolutely free. I I'ityiona Furniture .. ... .. .Page 1 1 1 Kt+eh, deceased, to the County Judge of ;
: I and ask the
Volusla Florida that 'i-
County
and 3 were presented for inspectionand ; and. carriages: Lave h'a\"elt'41lht' road I i ias tires and stuffed ballot huxes and 'J 1'lti ii huivry is a splendid compilation same be allowed and approved and that t .j
I j *.........*****.*.******.. final discharge !*' granted me as !such ei- :?
T Text Books to Be Used. said bonds were ordered returned usual .I grafting. he has been so much a uf facts, figures amid drawings ecutor. C .1. KINOHM.Jr
1, 11U5! ExecutorAssignee's
: -. The State Superintendent of Public to treasurer to hold awaiting The Cherokee was on the ways matU-r of routine as to attract noattention. I and of uundfifitl value. Counties I COTTAGES FOR RENT.' J _Sept_

action of the council. last week an/1 l alter being beraJh'.I l t Occasionally he bucked,I and I towns fully i indexed I and population *
& Instruction has notified met hat One six-room house Notke to Creditors.
.. The following amendment was and painted was brought hoUln': his ri'ler though a plate-glass' : window : of rach are given, railroads
the following is a list of the textbooks I Whereas Charles A. Dobbiim bad: made
to be used as the basis of the presented to the ordinance committee Saturday, ready for the season's i! or kicked the .upal oil of the plainly shown and dibtaiires between .. with bathroom, furnish-. I an ossiKUtueut to me of all his property,
: .. work. Messrs IIt'ath.Dicl.i\ ) u on hall. But the 1 I all I stations also shown ed 1 1 save what may be exempt by law I 4
; to amend Sec. 4 of an ordinanceto city }1t'ollp"t'I e ; congressional .
June examination, 1906. hereby give; notice of the fact of such a*-
: Orthography-Reed's Lessons establish a fire limit in the city of with the Cherokee towed two lighters I used:> to him. They[ knew that h" !: districts outlined I numbered Also one four-roomed gignment! and notify all creditors of the
I said Charles A. Dobbins to tile with me
: to the Bennett: landing on the' would blows and the : and population gi% On the :
and the meekly tIi. reverse
Daytona regulate construction accept furnished
((25c), Maynard, Merrill & Co., I 1 cottage, or sworn! statement! of their vlaiom, within -
New York. of buildings therein and also Tomoka and returned with thm mo>t artistic and aromatic cursing .I I : side\ is a large scale map of unfurnsihed. iity days hum the date of these present

Reading-Any standard author for the appointment of a building loaded with firewood. They report'!'I that was:: ever framed by human: !! the United! States inset maps' of J* and*,within if resident", four month of the!!State* of such of Florida date if,

: will answer. inspector and prescribing his duties having seen a goodly number of Ii PS. When tht.wfa,;; corn he I Alaska I Hawaii: and the Philippines; Both New* resident outside the limits of the State of

; Composition-Maxwell & Smith's and pay: "Be it further ordained alligators. I ate. When t Ill'n'fa"i lit me he. consumed maps of Kurope, Asia, North and : Tl1o. .\.' WETHER ELL, Jj Florida.- Assignee of C.Charles M. BI.VKHAM A. 1 lobbing., JR.

_.. I I lie l'Ult'"I\\"I1I1I1 I i in the Smth America, Africa, Australia : Fia., 13, l JO;).
Daytona Aug.
Writing in English, ((75c), American that Sec. 10 shall be added to said planks Holly Hill!, Fla. *

Book Co. ordinance and read as follows: No Mr. Bryan Abroad. I I side of t the barn and grew fat.lEe and! Cuba; population of the United .44........... *..........* .
I States by States: and I Colonies I (First pub. s.>pt. S; Ifcstpub. Nov J3.J
I )[ left-ate'l the! Bi.iers ami to ; {>opulatiou -
Arithmetic-Milne's Standard frame building within the meets William J. Bryau sailed from Sail gave

; ((65c) American Book Co., Atlanta. and bounds as described in Sec. 4 Francisco September' :27. Mr. BI'I:I i Kngland\ \ vast: l trri itory. I He travjeled of cities having: I 10/XiO' ) or E. L. STEWART, M. D. NOTICE OF GARNISHMENT. ..

I% English 1 Grammer-Metcalf's, of this ordinance shall be moved an will inakp a voyage around theworld. :! I the western:> l plains and I Ia became mon inhabitant's i : ; conspectus of the Physician and Surgeon In Circuit Court,Jvventh Judicial
I Circuit, in anti for VoIiiMia County
civil divisions of i the world their
4 ((60c). American Book Co. from its present location to any part In the course of his journey ::I I pioneer \\I ltii every step wai a torture. Spftrlal attention to Diseases of the Florida.
of lot other lot He maiked\ the trail fiom area population government, etc.; EVE EAR THROAT and NOSE.
t U. S. History-Field's Grammar same or to any or he will visit Hawaii, China, the The Gruber-MorrU Hardware !
of lot within said district." : St. I Louis to the I Mountains rhromlogical survey of the world'shNtnry office and residence: Palmetto avenue
School, (1.00), American Book Co. part Philippine[) Islands, India, Australia, I'ocky Kir..t door north of Catholic Church Company a corpo
t Florida History-Breyard & Ben. Moved by Aid. Schmidt and secondedby New Zealand, Kgypt I Palestine, Turkey I : with his bleaching bones. He'chargecl sinco th discovery;; of Telephone ration under organized the! Laws amid!existing of

nett's ((60c) American Book Co. Aid. Maley that said amendmentbe (ireerItaly, Spain. Swit/er- \ up San Juan hill with _\macrica.'l'hme the State of Florida, .t:

i l Geography-Redway's Natural advanced included. Carried; Maley, Clark land., (Germany, Framv Norway. i Theodore Uoosevelt.At map: must; bn seen to }be appreciated. C. C. BOHANNON Plaintiff vs. j j

i9' ($1.25)), American Book Co. and Schmidt voting aye, and Porterno. Sweden, 1 Denmark, 1 Russia: I Holland the tii't&trj, :state:; fair I Hon. ,J. I } Heineinljer one gOt.S free Physician and Surgeon. James Loveletv! l"'f.uJ..ut." !
I W. Vandiver Ilid well when he It to paid in advance J. G. Brown, (Chas.: U.
,i Physiology-Coleman's Elements Action on said amended fire and the British hll'!!. paid every new yearly I OHice over the Atwood I'barinnpj 'iVach Burgoyne, D. McLaren.Chas. .

of, ((90c), McMillan Co., Atlanta. I limit ordinance was postponed until In each of these countries Mr. I I, tribute to this four-footed wonder.I stilisiri her. To present: > subscribers strw>t, DAVTOXA, FLOKIDA. I3allouglm/ and J. W.

." Civil GOYernment-Yocum'sCivil next: regular meeting.The Bryan will write for his paper, The I Long life tu the Missouri mule. who arc in arrearages and will pay 'IVleuhone Nu. 74. \\ ilkinou, Giuni-ht't"t':: .

Government of Florida and the United ordinance committee was in- Commoner, one or more loiters describing !' May he kick graft and t trickery and I to date and one year in advance one To James Loveless, Defendant. J. G.

: States: ($1.00)), E. O. Painter Co., structed to draw ordinance to have his: oliserx alums. I It is j thieving from legislative i kills and of the iiiup-* will be given. Or if J. E. Rawlings, M. D. (Brown.'ha... liallough Cha,. Ii. Hurgojne and J. W.D.Wilkipnoo McLarea.!: ,

DeLand Fla, street lines corrected and the side- needless to say that Mr. Bryan's letters fatten UII the prosperity: that should} you want a map without the subscription iruishws, and all other Arsons interested

: Algebra-Milne's High School, walks built to grade. will be interesting to men and 1 h be (per' |>etiial in the great &tate thatis you can pun-huso' one for Office over iille's Drug Store You: are hereby notified that the Gru-

1.00) American Book Co. Engineer Rogers waa: instructed %women regardless of jMjlitic-al prejudice. in itself an empire. J3 ('('lit:;;. Call at the Oa/ ltt'.Xews after September 10. IJt.r- Iorti" Hardware Company: a under corporation '

i. I' Physical Geography-Tarr's New, to make a of that portion (If Those: desiring to avail themselves elTu-e and see: it. 'PIIO E :30. the Laws organized of the State and of Florida existing, has on
($1.00)), The McMillan Co. Atlanta. map suit in
of the to read --- -- the 7tb day of April instituted
Theory and Practice-Courses of block 49 that needs draining or fill- opportunity The new' addition to the Austin a uwpsit, wherein Jamex Loveleiw! in
H. H. SEELYE A. M. M. D.
Studies and Methods of Teaching 1 iug and submit same to the council. these letters should lose no time in I House is Hearing completion, and! .1. C. Lnsk, district; passenger made defendant, and wherein a writ of
J. li. Browu
i* .By Prince, ((75c), Gimi & Co.-, At- Adjourned.J. subscribing for The ('omuini nmer. will make valuable addition to this agent.of time Southern Railway, stated Physician and Surgeon. Cbas.garnishment(J. Burjroyuc issued, ou I). McLareo, Chas.

lanta. W. WILKINSON, Clerk. The (Ua tte-Xt'\\i: is enabled to house.- toJ. Times-Union I Thursdaythat Ballough and J. W. Wilkincon.
These books may be had of most offer special inducements to popular reporter Otfil') aim'! mtuleiu-e 127 So. KitljtewoudOlttce That a summons ad refpondenduniwas .
-' book dealers in the State, or from any onewho the tourist business!' of last winter Hours; T U)9 a. m. l to 3.C to S p. 1U.I delivered:! to J. K. Turner. Sheriff of
-, the publishers by mail post paid desires to read Mr.[ Bryan's ar- The draining of the Everglades which was the largest in the I Telephone No. t't.I ::i. \.Iu"ial'ounty.", Florida,on the 27th? day
4 tides. will I make work for an ol( I lof April. A. 1 H. 1HOan.1 was (lD the
on receipt of price. Holly Hill Items. army history of Florida would be exveeded I' --- I :-Jtlrh; day of 11'I. I D. IW'! : returned
Mr. and ditchers aud there will be a chance IOOOOOOOOO00600000OOOOO0004ig that defendant James Loveless can-
Mrs.
BERT FISH Supt. E. G. Harris were this year lie says that the touristsof !
from for the land speculators: to (I I') a good I DR. BRUSH :, not IH- {found) in the Slate of Florida. j
up Daytona on Sunday. the north and the '
Fifty Thousand Dollars for Oranges. east are appreciating o a: And >oii air further notified that i
Alfred Heatn, who was with the business.There Florida more and more and thetravel 0 HOMKOI'ATHIC i: ) I'HYSlClAN.( Niid .litiiies (L i\vIeM'> and all other Ir-
;- : Port Orange Notes. Halifax Rifles The famous Picket orange grove, /con: interotnj) an heirb.v retiuirei" to
at Orlando, returned were ,71)1)<) ) boxes of oranges: !south will gmw from year toyear. a: appear plead or demur in said eUlt on
located three OO C
-; F. E. Bond, the lumber king, was today and says he had a good time. miles east of Bartow, from Fort last week I I or U-iore the} tir-t Monday December
Mrs. F. in Polk county, was sold to eastern shipped Myers Chronic tiaMs) a :'Iwelalty.iD ;; HIO:;. A. !1)>.. being the 4th day in said
in our town Friday of last week. A. Mann was down from : Ci : entered
be
i This:, i is several thousand boxes' less-;i : month! otlicrwixr default! will
The Social Club Wednesday Seabrook on Monday. She parties recently Tor the snug sum of against
met '
you.
reports than at the alJtime.
were shipped
DR. E. R. BRUSH
particularly high tides 50,000. This grove i is: said to lIe Tuo New furnished Cottages to Rent. L.\ \I" Jt: FISH,
: at the residence of Mrs. J. C. Nokes, ; at the headof last season.A : T. E. FITZOEKALD,
: ; and spent a very pleasant afternoon. the river. one of the finest in the State and One :L'OOfeetestof! J S lIE:x TIST. Attorneys for the Uidgewood) on
: George Harris is com prises sixty acres.: The grove colored man by the name of Simmons 0 C ware Company. I
:. Ed. Mansfield was in town Wed- expected backon Orange avenue 0 bath hot 0 C !
neday. Friday. He has been spending now. has lO.t") MJ boxes of oranges on convicted in Mayor's (,)iIi t II ; rooms, : \(). and '0)walt'r) \ all modern, ,
.-- ." the months the trees and the fruit is said to be for a minor Offt'lbtai: put (Ill the ( ; improveincuts o C :
Geo. F. Luffberry and his cousin summer at Highlands, ; fireplace. Another ;'KJO{i / feet Opposite Public School. PUBLIC NOTICE. rI
exceptionally fin road to work out his fine. The o C .
(
North Carolina.We Nearly $1,000an I ) man
( arrived Monday and stayed until 10000000000000000000000000. .... .
.iOD
1 west of Ridgewood. :Same: I I Comn-il its regular .t>
: : descrij- The at
glad) to that G. acre for Florida sand is not so was too lazy to work and 1 was put t I I __ I City
; Saturday, when they left for New are report W. 11 tho J-tvJ the Mayor to notify -
; .bid.i i tion. Inquire back in the city j jail toW.lt; it out. I -
Harris who has been following
: T. E. !
York. X, indisposed for i- .. Horn! Lumber (Company. tf FITZGERALD all protrty holders on the
Mr. Crow has had the roof of his the past week, is now better. We I | ATTORNEY AT LAW : struts to clnau and jmt m repair !the ,
7 ..................................................... --- DAYTONA : walks frontiuir their abutting lands un- \
hope soon to him in his usual -- j FLORIDA. .
store repaired and a porch built in see I I itiediatelv, or the :anw will I i.. done by
front of the meat market. health.V. .. .. I Notke to Property 0"ners. t II Associated with I, the city'and the 10..t ..tau.) as a Iiea

Henry Jones and family have C Fuquay we are pleased to Edw. ( Itt: olullull pas sea Oct. :at. i LANDIS & FISH nd. Florid2 ,' against Niid i iojrrtv to wit:

moved into the cottage lately occupied see, J3 so far recovered from his G. HarrisPHOTOGRAPHER I: I MoTrU.Uy hut! Aid Mayor riurk."Smith MTonUiit l", initructrd by Aid.Scnuililt. I I. Oc.L 9ft wklr-Hftu-li St.. from Faim>w to

McDaniel's painful accident as to be around 1 lonutlfy all property holdt-ra to unberbruali :Op'4'lal| fucilitiew for exaitiininsrlaml title!4 Loollli. sides.Oft .
by Fayette family. as both
i and uiuw Iruwtb.:! I.urn or haul iiwny nauit- UHk-e in Atwood block. I'lioiie 124. lift wide-Day to Ridgewood, !
:L T. J. Sparkman has the lumber usual, though not yet able to return from all lots tyltig la tht"foiiiii. di..trlcts: 1 widr-\"ulu.ia to railroad,wtosltk ." 0
BetMe P 1----
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SteOfl'I
II to work.C. : ditch frtnu the North t'lty Line south to the and ou .outh .id to "
on the ground for his new house. I North I'anul: aKo (tout I'.i-iu-h stri-et to :! Isaac A.Mtart" EgforU Blj, Oft; wide-Masnolia;; to railroad, both

: ; Rev. C. W. Arnold is expected F. Wetherell and H. C. Quat- i 1 houth Uallruad to iU-ilfXlew right-of-way, uvcnualio from! :North from Canal Pal- i STKWART & BLY I *\iJt'I!. i smde
: here next Sunday and will hold de- tlebaura were in DeLand thi week, : Peck Block 'Phone 91 : i lufcltoavvuuf to Klrst strct-t; from Belle- Oft wide] -Orange to railr'both, botoiid.
1\11 Ridgewood
: i :* tt\enut south lu South City Uni.alIof I (Oft; wide-Live Oak to
vine service in Grace church in the as witnesses in the case against.Syl : !' said work to t.e duiic wltblii llftffu Uavs LAWYERS, ../'. '
from Jt
tf of this notice and If nut compiled iJ"
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afternoon. > vester Bennett. The case was held I with 'fly will eiitorce ordinance regultttlukf! Olfil.t:! iu Bank Building DtLAXD. FL.-t Hy order of Count,,1ayOr.. 1
i i .. lTY.
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Happenings.* i IOp t in J.town, R/Elli yesterday son of Ponce Park was DEATH OF JAMES H. NIVER-I-A B 1D VilLA OPENS OCT. a 16. THE OESPUNO CHANGES HSNDS l'past.' Mr.- ; Waite is(. a"-born" hotel. j ",- ..; ."fmanageraniilia ::.


iGtf INNe Mr. and Mrs. W., W. Wilder returned j that his career Qazette-Kews as proprietor"predicts ,of t

ifei in neck wear will be last ,week from their Occurred Suddenly at His Home in The House Greatly Enlarged L.Despland SeUsThls Popular Hotel to
summer fJ lfppuJar.J'f89 will be a successful
b 30. Come in and look visit to Home City, 0. Kingston, Sunday Evening of Improved. Everything is L M. Waite, Who Has Been Ctm-"-' one., -
-
;. All good. En- Ground has been broken for the' October 8. I/ Modem and Up-To-Datc netted With It Two'Seasons. The hotel under its new management

new McFadd building' on the cor- f lames Harvey liver died very Villa, which bas been The popular Hotel Despland has will be opened to the; public -

"iJ ytk L. H. ROWE & Co. Her of Beach street and Ivy Lane. JTheodore suddenly at his home in Kingston, the the greater part of the sum been sold by Leon Lespland, its for the.season'of 1905-6. .about. 'N v.'

nrad has the piers up for Tice who has, :I Sunday evening, Oct. 8. 1905, from ll again thoopen its doors owner, who for over fourteen successive 15. __ ?,- 'v |"-
;,k been ut
.... : dry kineJh Geneva, N. Y., during \the summer i the effects of a spell of coughing f [ public next Monday, Oct. 16, years has catered to the wants The John B. Stetson U lY Tllty.- i i '
.. ,
te' returned from his will return to Daytona which ruptured a blood vessel in Mr. the people who have not kept of the public in Daytona. The hotel "
] er, "
on Monday, President Hulley of the University
"it to Narragansett Pier, the head aged 74 years 5 months work the improvements that passes into the hands of L. M. Waite, '
The Hendricks: and Shanks build and '4 lays l' ftai I made on this popular who has been its chief clerk the past has sent us the following percentage -
turday. bugs on South Beach of increase of students in the
'," street are stillat The demised had only returned the : it will seem like the work of two Reasons, and who has been the :
and wife and Ir.ther a wtandstill different departments of the Univer-
filler :: waiting .for the iron Saturday from a long visit to friends : waud on their first entrance. summer manager of the Atlantic, at +--

are enjoying the fine columns. in Kansas, Illinois. and Iowa, andstewed has house has been greatly en- Narragansett Pier, R. I. sity t this Fall: .

i*Ponce.' ,Park. A tine assortment of post card to be in his usual health on ways: over twenty rooms having Mr. Despland built the house The College of Liberal Arts an'i
I *
1J:}f. Garland, who has been albums in Geo. II. Chu'k'new his return home. He was around in but it is in the interior about four yearS ago and it at once i increase: of 26 per cent ,

ter'daughter in New York goods, just opened. town late Saturday and :Sunday; of all that the great changes took front rank with Daytona's hotels The College of Law an increaseof

''''rued. last week. V Mr. and Mrs greeting friends and neighbor will appeal to the eye. From the first it has been 58 per cent.
E. G.
'
The [ in-
Kittredge
1.' ol College o Technology an
horn and family returned Milford, N. 11., will arrive neat At about 9 o'clock Sunday night out i stairway going to the second very successful, and the many guests :creaee. of 21 per cent.

-:from their visit to points in week and spend the winter in Day ho retired to his room and soon after been taken away from the who have patronized it in the past The Academy an increase of 11

,--: and New Jersey. lyyards tuna as usual. tcok a ,violent fit of coughing his the lower hall and on your will regret the retirement of Mr. per ('{"nt.

wife, who was! in another room, at the front door an un Despland. The Normal School an increase of
:
with Nasturtiums. Dr. P. II. Bennett is. having the heard u fall and going to !his room .\\ ) hall way of 115 feet leads I In its new owner, Mr. Waite, however 9 per cent.
"' sells the ground cleared the T\e Model School an increase of -
the druggist, for
erection of a found him the spacious dining! room the house will not suffer
lying on t'!\c floor at the and llonill as t 9[) cent. .
per
dwelling
.' ,'. I, house on his Ridgewood' bedside, dying He hud evidently seats 120 guests. bo has established an enviable Tern.1' The Music[ School an increase of

ijif/lfoore, of Moore B rug.\. ref avenue property oS retired and when the t. ugh started Ed. the middle of this long hall tation while connected with, it 58 per cent.

from.a business trip to New Mrs. J, H. King, of llama, Fla.; attempted to rise and \had fallen to run. has been arranged with an

"':4 St,Louis last week. J.--' arrived in Daytona last Saturday on the floor. His death curved at long, rotunda for the comfort of

a. ii'{south; ..ridge which has been a visit to her daughter, Mrs. W. A.Beu 0:30.: equi jjuests.; At the left of the An Appeal to YourJudgement.

I' Der, and Mr. Niver born in wide, winding stairway leads
t"several days for repairs-will family. was Newburg, | .
\ cGco. N. Y.. May 4, 1831, and \\'lItlo "e second floor where another v
| traffic U. Clark's
for again today : new novelties in
,y Illinois has been Why should you roast alive ,
"i ,'* pitchers are with his patents when a boats placed. -
aDd Mrs. Houston, who have and look them.unique indeed. Call young man. In the fall of 1882 he A i I smoking and reading i'' when by having a Dangler

tit Asuville, X. C., are now vis,. at came to' Daytona, when this place foot been added to the left of U Gasoline Stove or Range in fJ

tends aud relatives at Cin- '1'hrlillg Transfer JVmpaiiy( are was in its swaddling dollies, and | o\', with. toilet rooms ad- u your kitchen you can keep II

"oK, out with a brand new delivery. wagon purchased a co-opeiatue lore that and ; Additional toilet rooms cool, save time, trouble and
I
Hattie Willauuie will build a that adds very materially to that was running iu the old building tilted ? 1 ?>o been provided on each expense. They make cooking

('Ulllpauy Veqiiipment.The south of the house block spacious bath #" so easy that you double your
oa North Beach street, j just!! opera that en n rooms plac-
|6f the cottage owned by her annual reunion of the Florida was torn down last year At that ; water I ('l'-most convenient.: i bummer: enjoyment.

? ,1 H vision, United Confederate Veterans I lime he carried a general :stwk: uf : L. i: room in the house has been THEDANGLER,

fa will be held in Jacksonville, goods, including; furniture i and later i here I varnished, and placed in
?idl line of the National Biscuits
,
the Kleen Kool Kitchen
: King.
1 Dei-ember Oth( and 7th added undertaking. The businesswas pie order, and all the new ,
tl the
at IJramllng Bakery.
6 g carried on by him until 1904, together with many of the old f.'atritit; Buy one and you will always -

iftff; Geo. If. I'opple returned J. W. Reese returned from an extended when he sold his store, the duelling feet been fitted up with new use them.

B n$ yfrom? Virginia: where she trip north Wednesday after and land on which they were located and carpets etc.

.tbeen.( visiting the past four UOIIU'1Ii family remained in the and purchased a home iu Kingston,
i north, and will return later. rear of the office a private R. S. Haley.
the
on North Ridgewood, where he resided : will been located. The office '
: Q'C" \V Arnold returned Fri- Mrs Fannie Davidson, accompanied at the time of his death. will .
I ,._ i I i fitted with all modern im-
by her daughter, Mrs[ Charles Mr.l Niver I the I will 216 S. BEACH ST.
uf. l last week from AustelL 'a., enjoyed good i \ all c call bells leading I
1t.4alie .grower and children, arrived Wednesday and esteem of all who knew him.i I Ir "
has been for the benefit off )' room in the house, and a =
ate 1 th. 'vr of last week from Cincinnati. In business matters lu was II upright Mr. ]) I board erected controlling -. --- II -

l1::P.; R. Bennett returned. from C B. Helton will leave Mondaynext I THE'-'

liortnerh. visit last week. While his: wife for California who preceeded where him he joins and A GOOD DEED Indeed I FURNITURE, RUGS AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS AT

atfi} l1e purchased a new auto
where they will remain for the uiii- --- -- .
li ck t he is now using. --- Mow Price Furniture Store. .
$t$ ::: ler.
I'60htlh; school building at Or- And to any of the followingand
1, IH 6
Rev. Shoemaker) Mrs. 11. 1'.
Kbwas fire Mon-(
damaged by on ::a'H_ _
: McClellan attended j' meeting uf what they are if you OC O 1
night to the extent of about .i C-I- (')
the Association of the Baptist will -.I z iii r tIn
M' The loss is fully covered con
.1II"R S Church at Barberville the fore part h =: > poor: ,
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..nsurance...*. of the week. I : : floor a store room 28x00 and a1)r!::;! == > !o'! S' :_ =='
Fifteen; printers went out on a ,, o.J rd&? J ..LT
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:(\ and whole building electric -. p.
i ike in Jacksonville' to try and 1'11,1;:;. Johnson, a well known / = ,7"t' ,. I'rice $0,0110. -s... 3 lil ( I (Th >mC'" C1I= (1)n !JI

ce all job offices under the eight colored man l living in Silver Hill O: :'2 .... 0(11oc ::

iii role. Drew's and Hall's have settlement, died 1Vedhesdayniglutof ,' .. corner Bell view and Ridge O doc -"'< g._:00'. ....
.. c a c .0
'aged*' to'come in. apoplexy and was buried ThuredaycDon't wood ) .... os....
!;: 0
04y c
think Jeo. 11. Clark has I 7 ... ("7" \
'Beaitify yards with Nasturtiums.jj south side Myrtle avenue, = =00oo ....
\ .
i no beautiful new dolls, because you \ ; on lot ( ) $J,000. Cf.ILU 1 OQ
,s, the druggist, sells the cova e G.w ) Co:>> = ;::: t;!
d:r van nvt > jug a doll for Xmas, ask to see them. -- ----- ----- p... c... =: 2 i:4: == '

\. McConnell, for borne time
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Edwards and
tnt CLARK & KINCAID
for tile U. S. Express ('omay I ,
arrived from Narragunsett
at this place, has resigned and laughter Real Estate Fire Insurance. On Ncrth Canal Beach Street. '
. {l:'Williamson has been ap- Pier, It I., last Sunday and have ,
taken i possession of their new cottage : PETERS .
i inted in his place. ,
.
on Myrtle avenue. I II .--- --. -,---- ..
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!and Mrs. Frank Spring artLfmm I
J. H. Warfield, of Springfield, and conscientious in his dealings over in every room in the house .&f \I.! !> \!' I.x!
Victor N. Y. Friday
,
Mass, who has been visiting Daytonafor with all, and in the social and family in kitchen is another place that '
St of lost week. Mr. will
$ Spring .1.1'j j
m..-'-commence=. the erection of outs the past twelve years, arrived t circle he was an ideal man, loved l His to all.Here v will be DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS 70 '

,-- V" last week and is located in the 'Hy and respected by all dates a room of ample dimensions'
two cottages on Ivy Lane. )
.... men Hat on S. Ridgewood avenue.S. The funeral services were conducted room care of the culinary work : E. DILLINGHAM, Proprietor .

f tDi.. j.. H. Pierson, Dentist, Peck H. Moseley has taken po&aes:!ion at his late evidence at : p. he 1m; devolve upon it. Two large : riRST STREET, NEAR fRIGHT DEPOT a

,,''opp05ite' South Bridge, 'Pbone of The Gables," which he recentlypurcliased. m., Monday, Rev. C. W. Arnold '!' I ranges placed side .by .. KNLAlUiKD' AND I''IlCHII'I'Ef.: : FOR I'LANI.VK I XAWINU, RN:.

R The Gables is one of omciating. The remains: were interred a large broiler, and every : :SAWING, TUBSKIi WOUK OF ALL KINDS.1'INDOW AND DOOR ;f

Marshal Zuber requests tho Ga- the cosiest of Daytona's hostelriesI in Pinewood cemetery. By )' required are at the dis- FHAMKri, a 15n, DOOlte HTOKK FRONTS, COUNTERS CABINET :
II I UOHK. isiucKKTs.: COLONIAL COLUMNS with PlainorCardCai .
- the Masonic lodge of whichhe a : the -
to-News to state to the owners of I under the request chef, who has been in
will be popular mauajretnent :
>ilotn. We Make\ the BEST MOULDl.VCAlvvavK i.
was a member turned out in a any of Mr, Schmidt for nearly
nines that the dog tax was due' of Mr. Moseler. V (: l llrijjlit and :Smooth\ l Kither Pine or Cypress. ;
and held brief services at the and
I body and who will be
tuber 1 and that if value the i years '
.
you No Advance in Priors although material has cone up from 40 to
eltaof. your dog you had better The soldier boys of Company K I j|i, grave.j can the) immediate supervision of s 80 per cent. We Screen your house and guarantee the fit. I.
returned from encampment at ,.Or- I The deceased leant widow and .
a than .
f your tax. I j whom no better ; ,vM lando yesterday afternoon, .f tv very I two sons, Fred J. ami Morris, who can be found on the East: -----

.rr..:. and Mrs. Wm. McGriff are. tired lot. They report a very pleasant have the heartfelt sympathy of the in
I Something you have not had before Daytona i is a stock of nice has
Spying! one of the Kothei>pergerktT and Orlando
in their bereave-
encampment praise I entire community
1 work in the office will be
es,on the beach. They will their fine entertainment while and Electric Fixtures.Ve hare them. Fifty fixtures to select from, also
for
ment. were after by .\. U. Schmidt, who
r%for Miami the latter part of there. the prettiest line Shades:: over shown here.
the \ to the wants of the pa
month, where they will make Peninsula Bookworms. None of my electric work has ever failed to pass inspection and none
i =Bit; Boston Lettuce, Cabbage day's: a courteous and gentlemanly!

**..'future** home. and Cauliflower plants for sale byJ. The meeting of the Peninsula two has ever hail to be hanged. ,

01d-faahioned pound cake at theu1in \V. Ball & Son, west end Second I Bookworms, October 9, was called half Villa, it is needless to Work absolutely guaranteed to pass Underwriters inspection.
.
a(\ ih i O 4 rT Dunn,..... I Inr* ntt
g Bakery. avenue. -u; --1< to order at o:-r, with JJd n clay I
5f*. \' the beautiful Halifax
Will H. Stevens, of the Journal Contractor F. B. Pen r has The in the chair. four and two-thirds of the rooms J. R. LA SHA,

taaed from'a two weeks' yisit contract for two $(iOOO, cottages for The little trouble with Messrs.( The house have a southern expos-

'rl1i-last Friday. Mrs. :Stevens Dr. P. R. Bennett, which are to be I Rodgers and Johnson was satisfactorily have For location and comfort of; Electrician 22 J Beach Street.

4 the children, who have been built on Ridgewood avenue. These I j disposed of. and in all kinds of weather there I. '
I Through some mistake on the .. .
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ending_ the summer in the north, cottages will be a decided additionto committee there hotel in Florida. .
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turned with him. of that part program -
the fine colt tges I I'
many controlling figure in this ex
**:
was no regular program. I X. : G. S. FARLEE ,
fiw> telephone company was put beautiful avenue 1 I Mr. Fred Smith of Stetson Unijert I ). .\' hotel i is Mr.I Henry Schmidt) i

a great'deal of trouble and conferable Asa Paine, the new Presidentof: I \' ">ity gate an excellent faicwtll1! ,( : had a life time experience Painting, Decorating, Paperhang'ing.New .

..."" expense last week by some the Florida Automobile Association speech' in which he slated how' much'.':' Mr. to the wants of the inner I 1905 Wall Paper the largest and handsomest line of wall rai i

!..,-wKo'" maliciously cut a hole infrjeompany'u is taking hold of the work attending I the club had dune for him dining some who is to be congratulated per samples ever shown in Daytona rill,)ported and domestic goods i

.! cable, allowing the the coming race meet with a'im I the summer vacation, and also gave for I magnificent: hostelry he lias from ;5c to j.OO( per roll. "000( ) new deoigns to select from. Interior '

*W.to enter. About thirty phones that presages success. )Ir. Paine I borne advice which the club woulddo here ) at the disposal of the public. decorating a specialty. Northern mechanics employed. !

ale put out of business for several is a hustler and it is a sure thing I well to follow. His talk was toin-I to I I Office._ .__and Shop_ ,_32 Myrtle___ A\enue..___. .DAYTONA_ ___ : FLORIDA._____..' .

1 that the coming meeting will be thesuccessful cere and full of i.nxxl for the rest __ _____ _h -
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111\lt ever held. the club. I Real Estate Deal.
Chicago and Florida limited i
,
I Water Fitting. Steam
x discussion the FittingIf
One of the handsomest through J. W. Reese will at once l'UUI-1 I After some further :: I I important real estate deal was

io Florida for the coming mence the erection of three cottages, 'meeting was adjourned at UMNI( 1'h. last week, when Laur-
o'clock. C. K GiLLFtr, Sec. I you want sanitary plumbing ,
will. leave Chicago and, St. one on the corner of Daytona avenue ![ -' i I transferred to Wil- call

.ion its first trip to St. Augusta and Fairview and two fronting on j I Whildin what is known as the Oil
will also Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Carter are : the north side of
lIe
January 8th, and will leaveWtaiatme Daytona avenue. move I'Il cottage on :
cu its first trip north the Hew cottage built last fall on the preparing to remove to their cottageon of '\ 'II avenue, on the peninsula, v. c. GRANT -

jwy 10th. lot back of Schmidt's Villa on the east side of the river, having ( ,
r Second avenue, to the lot next to the rented their house on Volusia avenue 11 0.:-> the cottage and the street. f 1 Plumber.Box .
laet'memoranduur book, COn: lie ,.,,.
avenue on Fair- for the season. l'J' is said to have -- j '.
of
data has, corner Daytoua ront !
kinds
of different
;' office and $15,00 The purchaser Mr.( 2u L
>1;> view. Call at the Gazette-News '! Seabreeze y ,
ed in to the Gazette- ews i ia real dealer 1 M
the Florida we are giving a large estate '
map By e.
lunches see i :
for dainty Daytona Beach Florida.
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rln'p identification. Owner "Dainty cakes Palm Beach. ,

and pay for this ad. at the Gramliog Bakery. away.
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StiliD85 City Bakery1)) ...... ...... ... ................ Tea Honaes In Japan. "' r '. .

: In Japan nourishment Is to be ob- = MAL.LORYLINES :. .f. l..
4 Low Tide on them Beach.i t i -
: : C. E. JOHNrfTOX, Proprietor.Rubber TI.
-r Is the place where you will find :< latoed by tie traveler chiefly 't the \ .Ii\-. .'
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-. Fresh.Buns, Rolls Doughnuts and < _DA ._ : )(: :: : DATM'r.: :_II.: scattered)!ctures
t Cake-of all kinTs.t } \ Oct... I t 56 a 30 M't... 48 3 5513'\ ; Ists stop at one of these plii-M tbe '
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111 flh :?I2a "Straw Rid Tb =te
for
2 14 4O We are well equipped j. til.etltturnou b
and < T. .. o5 21) "runners" who carry the jiivrikUlias, _
Food Pound Cake 3 43 515
Macaroons Angel i .. f00: Ilf .". 21 I 6301 I 7"O: bathe their own feet and wash their I I: SPECIAL PASSENGEREXPRESSSTEAMSHIPS.. I 'Bn. et meet all trains and taXs pa*tngpr to any part of ibecftfpromptly. { _______
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a specialty. es II) t Id !:tl 85
-: i .4 IS $ !O I''! 49M'S mouths with cold water after which' : 'J'runt: d.1inrM StaLk-e r'i'ite PllbiitBe Uf .
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i .. I 2YI !51}! they are served with their Reals va :

New Harness I Ij .. gl 10.4:( 1020 11114 ".. 2.i 3&4 11 :;111 fl-III the benches utslde the tea houses. IArg'-st anti 1Il04t thoroughly pquiPl'wl paswiigt-r stpaiuships on the .S

U 1111 11" ".. :2:! IO j, 12: n Their ineal, which they eat with aridity S C(,a>t. Telephone -
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.. I'! 12 M ,2 51 I I 46' t fle. consists of salt fish, rice, pickles S NO OVEWKOU'DINfi POSITIVEI.iU.R.N1'EEU : _ .___ _ ,- _-.
and Shop. 1:: 1 10 lU! 31 If! 3 13 and made of almost everything : STATEROOMSAIE : --- ._ _
Repair .. 14 1 U 2 10 31)) SS'' t c.l"Ui2152U odious.a soup After they have eaten they : 1-roper t an t on the snips, an no tickets; will l..e sold to 'xc.*d : ,J -

U 16 2 411 319 will smoke tiny pipes with only threewhiffs the number of berths, or the seating capacity of Dioing Halls, thus insuring .
.L A .F. Chandler : Ii 319 :354 I S all paKgHisrrs flldh'idual! service and attention. S
for each filling. Next comes the
j FRIDAY.Sw ,
PAKSESGKRS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY : .
having bought out J. A. BrkLxun: &; Co., : High tide 6 hoursbefore or It'r low tide: delicious nectar world famed and of !j : A.h...lul.- of i1ii1' in Floi.ida Time, .L'nion.) :T
................... S ( .
-. can lie found oil Outage avenue Lack of 1....... this "cup wbI1I.t'el\ but nut Iut>hrI- S LOWEST: RATES TO NEW YORK ALL POINTS NORTH, S -s- -

; the City HotI.I l. ates" foreigners also are always glad i, : -lu.linic Wi ilitfiil. IU\ J.WH1'l L through the : I _
- to partake. It I is tea (elm and when FAMOfS: "SEA !ISLANDS'' SS _

I's' All kinds of brewed by the Japanese is perfrclkm. Through tii-fc..ti! sold to nil Northern poijits. For information ai ;

Harness and Leather Goods :i A pretty tea house" girl presents it on a : ivparding attractions onVredby no other line; diagrams, 1'f'/it'rfEltio, :

: : lacquer;\ ', bringing with it ft chinaor I S ti<.k.tf, d... upplr to IA. 3 Li 4kIW

-., Hdrue acuil Shoes! mud anti repaired.Crtll Laiubou thareoal holder and ash put : PYE -14 M-14 15aW. il..t. !

wu u. when'\\abtiug; uuytliiug in -What to Eat. Agent, Jtu-kwrnrille, Florida. _

; -. our J lin >. : r.-0. II. Clark.; 1.I'ul.\J.'C'llt, Dajtoua, Fla. :

The Stor of a Famous t'hraie. ..... ...............................1S11111hShIh.

ALL WORK GUARANTEED. 'I All the world knows the remark of .__ u __ --

JUCTRADEASPttlALTYfLQBIDA the gO\ ernor of North Carulina to the

governor of :South Carolina. "It's along
N. ERICKSON Low Colonists RatesVIAL.&N.R.
. time between drinks" The true

history of this:; famous anecdote: was: :
Cabinet Maker ana told by a :South:; Car.>linian. It appears tgff54. ; V\\ : ;

, --.1 that the phrase was first heard at a R. :

political dinner when the governorsof %
Wood Worker Carolina wereprc&cut. t* 'le :
t& both North and South 4o
Daytona Pressing and The first governvr hud delivered To Cnliforn inthe West and Northwest ,

E Establishment.L a fiery political speech. The situation -
Cleaning
: Doors and Window Scrwns, Picture (1.I
was Intense when the turn came to SAX FIt.\ t'lsr'o, LOS AX 1 Moaldings made to otdtt.11 kinds of and Ud eiii. dulll"14 i l lHi! -d.BCNcJAMIN pIlP.. for the governor of South Carolina to $44,70: 0 Yi: iH.inls; iii!.-" f> \ari'a.i' C*(OJ.OH.IICHlZO) | )XA, and! WYMlNl < I-

Furniture Repairing done on short notitv t'0 and .IfI, nl.... .I1..".,.IlI.I1i.uC.} epeak. It seemed that any word the 1 l! |xiuitH. _

at ajbnable price*. governor might say would complicatethe to 1'oinLAMi.() : ) OIM:<;(OV) TACOUA. XE.TTLESIIIXf J .

Cottage Avenue, Day tona, Fla. DL L\Q\S. situation. Even should he keep M- $61,60 B I 6 0 TON I ) ', ami inanr. ulli..ruillli1| \\'ul'ohilllll'lI.! Oivjinii anti lint li"h0"111..11. Tri-WeeklY Sailings

407; lSt>a..JtoiL. I U iy ta snn. Fla I lent his opinion would !seem! clear. It /' BETWEENJACKSONVILLE dt : :til

was at tri critical mo'uient that the
-------- \ YORK.1Calling
of the other Carolina roe tiinnv' |>uint-i in and NEW .
governor
Portland Oregon Ex WiilUc'Iiid iao Pile I $48,90'-8 9 0 111\11.1 \ \no\JIX<5.in : ..
; \VIII cure Ititiid. I and. Inspired by a stroke of genius, re-I at Charleston, S. c., both ways.. ..-
IES: !. fIoUd \.4:1..1t.g marked. "I t"s a lung time betweendrinks. THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE. -

position. P.I lu.biiibr.. :, .:at, uiar lufliuls., acts ." The\ absolutely uom-ominit- lill.l.l.N'fN.;:: MOTnnd) iiitfrnii-iliatf: (Miinls i innrtIi'rii tl... The Clyde New England and Southern Lines;1'

vi\ca instant re- saved the situation. I'arihcand ItuntK.
tul remark : S45 5 9 0 << ll'iiIiMsrtuii\ : .
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I lief.meat Dr...prepared Wshlams for lfldtafl Pi'esanoltth-? }'Je O.nl. I Dirw.'t Sf rviw Bttveen -<-,. ;

\ SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. I warranted.of the private By druggists parts. by Every mail tot on receipt is- Ilrrlin.a Fair) City. I LiI"'al"llIp'\'H i 1 I I| |Iddl"Il"I '!>'. Ti,.b..t.. \\ ill I I In- ..,,1,1 il.xilv iii to and I tiiI liiilinsr I JACKSONVILLE.; AND ALL BOSTON, EASTERN AND POINTS.PROVIDENCE. -

of price. 60 cent and (l.oo. WILLUMS! $ Berlin is at its best at night It (0.,1..1':11.) : IJlIi.: : t'allinjratluaHw-ton; both \\ ays. :f
:i Los ANGELES, CAL. MAfcUf ACTURlftG CO.. Props.. Cleveland. Ohio has discovered the secret of electric SEMI-WEEKLY SAllI 05. *

: DENVER. COLO. For MaW lay ]LPe RiisIISeaboard 'lighting, and when people step out L. & N. Best Route. West and Northwest. Southbound . . . . . . . . From Lewis' Wharf, Bctfct' -'q, :

a from their offices iiud shops at S and 9 Northbound . . . . . . from foot Catherine street Jad"IIitf\.4!!

Epworth League Convention Jul. 5.91 : o'clock l at night it is into uu enchant >
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For. lull pirtii nhi-tcall mi or ritf, .
I city. The solid palaces, the monstrous: :
DENVER COLO.
k 11 Air Line i statues: the enormous bourses and wide CLYDE) ST. JOHNS RiVER LINK. .3 .
I GEO. E. HERRING Florida Pass. Agt.
G.A.. R Encampment, September, spaces of the long and btately streetsare ,
I IradIaul"e. Between Jacksonville and: Sanford 1
and with a fairy
soft
tLen gracious
...fuR... of 206 W. Bay St, Jacksonville<< F'la, STdlTlMi) : .\'I' I''J.TK.STOlt, :ST. FJt.\ eIS. HER& FOR)), (l1d..An) ) -
It is:: a city not only prosperity :: .
VERY [LOW ROUND TRIP RATES ami Intfrnifiliate IjiiitliiifrKuu ST. .JOIIX8IU\"ER -
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; ,Savannah, Columbia Riiliinonil] but of pure delight. The heaviness .- -
of the building u.ul thM I' :.dity
Camden, Southern Pines, UaleigliVael : : : Steamer "City of Jacksonville"in I
-. YU- of their lilies are blurred faJ .' t.. li .

\ >ington Baltimore, Philadelphia I i t In this clesir! uortlu II air t'!.. l.ii-i.n Florida East Coast I ..
Railway. i all' flI1i liii'd t *ail a* i I'.Hi i'.: 1..1 n' .1 a 1"1,toll II111. :-illwla)If, 'lIIfe'41J435 "lid j
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awl New York. . laiui-s blazing from tut- walls 01 itvu&ts, I If .. '
1"1Ila
: 1lI1Ir"la.'" "t :1:111'I III H..tlll..ih I :. 1.\ /' ;lhf..t,1 t', \\.h..1118 .
ehiuinc awros the iuttrmln-'ile:: :