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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title: Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: November 3, 1906
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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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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A UNIQUE RACE I, "The: outlook for a record-breaking 1''THAT PROPOSED AMENDMENT I tax such property as they saw fit,, HAVE YOU

: series of races at Ormond-Daytona this and at such an annual rate not exceeding -

; year if: the brightest, and without doubt II 10 tents as they might de- SECURED SPACE
TO END AT MIAMI that famous nave-rolled course will add i THE GREAT POWER ASKED FOR termine. They would be accountableto

other triumphs to its!' already high
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KKK record. no one, either morally or financially. ,

Jiotorta i Morgan Now Working; for "Automobile I manufacturers the NO FIVE MEN SHOULD DESIRE TO BE OUR MASTERS They would combine within In the Pictorial Idition of the lazette-

an Endurance Contest from I best drivers in the world are interested themselves executive, legislative i and !News?-The Time Urawinj

in the event this year, and all are Commissioners Masters of the Whole judicial rights of unlimited extent -
Will Our People Vote to Make a Board of Five Drainage un Near! for Its Publication.The .
Jacksonville to .Miami. anxious to ( t>lllt'. Announcciiunts of ,
I oars ready for this international ('"., People of Florida. Who Will Be Unbonded and Unaccountable for Their Official Acts ? and most extraordinary charac work on the Pictorial Edition
preliminary to the firth annual : : nt.. ter. In truth they would be an
ate coming in daily both to of tine' Gaz /!: me |1"'r""I1- !I. prescnUtl liythclmardiif drainage -
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international automobile races at OrmoadDaytona Senate; Joint ItcMilution No.: ::!'.i: by authorised and nipowcrcd to -:> may I
lVa I ( h. tu t'liclllr:1I1.1 I ally and through the public pre'?'!. This Heingajomt resolution propnetugan| fish a syatttu of canals, .traillsIt\t't.s.: .'Ommi. from time to time, American instant of a preeminentand and the time for securing advertisingsjiace
isdue to the phenomenal records tstab- lie collected the ( agglomerated Pooh I all hitherto initspagts i- growing perilously ,
which amountshall by
nc may be run from Jal'.n\'ilI) to amendment Article HI' of the Constitution dxkes! and restnoir.s of !ouch dimensions
Miami some time during the latter part 'I' li..h''lllat. year and the desire of the of the State of U.irid.i n biting; and depth as in the judgment of said various tax collectors in the! counties unheard of on these free- ! drivers t'i lower even them. whtrtin such Ie\i i.-s h1I.'t'o made as I business: represented: in its cone ;
at December or early in Janu-try. to the Ilrailla ". l.imatioti and itnproMment board of drainage <'1I1I1II1i. :-iun'rl' u repugnant to the :spirit
"lpcet to have the' Mlutlule' ofevents drain and rdlailll other taxeare I'oll.tl'l in acc.>rdance tot would! lit, well to lie making their I
nvrriioucdlands advisable i
of the.unp and tI.'t.1ta..1 l to
of and the ideal of the
This is the iu format ion eonvcvcd in abiterfromScnator democracy
ready by the latter part of nextweek andortlowed) landwithin with law :m.II't'r !said amount collected arrangements eordingly ere it is too
\\'. J. Morgan the ; the ('n'ati.f a Inianl of drainage the swamp '
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:i :md. the list of ,'utril'SiII, of commis-siouers. Ire>cjibing Its | "\\'- the ::::t.1tcr Florida,or such |ptrt" or to the. .board} of drainage!!: commissioncrd. patriots who founded our govern latetotioso. The last forma will soon
of automobile 9
foremost promoter racing I course, come later. Hut they will come ers and duti'authorizing' the establishment |x>rt ions tIwrt'lf :1:0: is. dcena-d bt by Said commissionershall havea ment. Can it Ix that these gentlt- go; to |tress and the edition will be ready ,
United and I the
ia the States motoring i in good time. The rarest sjnirt can !*, of drainage di.stritts. drainage! said IxKtrd of drainage commissioners lien SUM.tior to all other liens upon the men who have been honored and delivery by ccctnbcr 1st. Those=
enthusiast who has to hU credit the
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,: promised for this year. I have been systeimntile!, < building of earl-(I", le\ws, from time to time, mill to provide for taxable lands: in any such drainage district trusted by their constituents }havein who have not already secured space will I
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ful Ortllond-I
fces> 1IJtuna razes! anD busy with motoring events h 're in the IK- enforced for the have raise( a golden opportunity to ap- 1
dykes and reservoir: for purposes! of the irrigation: of the lands ret'laimed, to << by tax levy view object the welfare
I save
famous
as ml: equally motoring any
Y : north but I hue kept in d'N't..u'h drainage, irrigation. and comnu'r, the and to maintain smli drains, canals, ('swt'4 any work done under the provisions jicarma publication that will overshadow -
events io the. north. "ti utoring Mor of the whom ? Can
jieople they serve
with Florida and never for an instani asses suieiit I.f lands to be drained re- Ices! d} Len and! reservoirs in much hereof, or done prior to >cado]>- l and eclipse any similar publica- f g
pa -and the s'll lriqtit fits f him exactly it be that have far' lion before issued in the :State of gw
has the biggest e\entof all, the tlaimed, improved, and Utielited \b y manner as will I be most advantageous to tioii t>f amendment, under the provisions I they so forgotten ever

-is now working for endurance Daytona rams Ix-en overshadowed! by means thereof, the eullettion of ue fasiry the territory s'> drained, the Mate of of. an act of the l"'gi.laturepafcd i their duty to the pl'Ople-lIne that Florida This rictllri:11 Edition will be

race,, according: to the Tnnesrnion.He mountain climlis.endurance tests etc fmdhy ii...."' .-Miieiitof Ixtiefitsof Florida, it* inhabitants und UKMOHImerce in 1HI.> >. ranks next to their duty to God-as the most advantageous medium for the

is at present in rrf'oopondanl't'| "Palm Iku'h i* also being well caredfor and for the tlrtroif..Section I business men, professional men, real estate -
taxation proxiding management ,. rational. That the board of drainage to have been allured into favoring
fit Floridi.ms and Florida contractor*. and all other
prominent agents,
and the annual regatta: will l..- run and munteuanm tlien-of. and for
nnnuissinnrr l I.e and it i i" allthor1ed -
That the l 1".arl.r] drainage this amendment 1'II"o.'S
3.1. to {
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as a
corporations, with a view to securing' jerpctuate : to l herald to the world their pu-:
oT( there> u ual. Hut more of that extreUe of the right <>f .emin nt domain the of authorized to right
of Peninsula : eonimi.sh'ri('rs are hi'nby cxtni.se themselves in office and tirularline of bifincs.s that has ever
offering a ('up.:1 '
later on m the i-cason. and for the :sale and u-o of said drain- in tine condemnation] of land for I
lit''eIIl.1t ru'Clul.1 1 and finfiowcnii to estaUMi l iss-ned from the in this -
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tor section
Morgan a building political >ecn press
",\s a spctial feature the motor lioat lands for the purpw<< of drainage, districts and lithe Itoundaritsthtre tie location. tf its canals, drains, levee, I power by up a ,
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be the best \\hithm autonwbiletoooldbe ucf and it will source of regnt as
test ,
put and as it would lie an racing line, I may say that we are scriouMy : ret la ma ti MI and impro\cnietit of said! ..f in the :Mate of Florida; that the I dykes and reservoirs for the purpose* I i machine? Such a thought is almostintpceS'hle well as loss and I obscurity to all who negktt -

vonsidecing the:running! off of a swamp onrftO\\l..lland" aii him the iHKtrd of drainage ...commi t.nl'rs bv and I aforesaid, and may enter upon take and ; yet who will deny that of this
went for the road cars and not racer, I to take! advantage rareoprtunity. -
rate from Augu-tine to Palm Hcarh, State of Florida. it atithuriznl} and empowered to pre lie such (oral: a* it may ix-nding condemnation the arbitrary- the indecent- ,
it would be of unusual interest, in 'his I nay |' ) Tire book contains magnifieent -
opinion. open to three classes of bu:its. Several The fullouing amendment to Article parea: list or lit.of all the alluvial or I proceeihngs:: dei m necessary for I position they have assumed, and views!' of all the attractive features
motor boat cnthusiats have Mated that 16 (.f theConstituti'-n: of the State: of and overtlov\e taxable lamis' such irtirposfjs anti in ascertaining: melt
la writing of the proposed race fort !swamp i their, at times, almost rabid attacks ewnnected with thisection" and will be
they will enter :-urhin cnt, and the Florida be and it is hcrtby aprwtl to within such/ draimnagedi-trict: or districts t I compensation to lie paid f'lf"Ul'll land or cherished -ouvenir and work of

e, Peninsula cup Motoring Morgan; probabilities are that it will lie decided and -hall"e submitted to the ekn-tors. of and levy thereon! an acreage tax not exrtfding I right-of-way: Ilt'n'fit" to be derived from I upon those who would) question reference by as all a who obtain a copy of it :

urs: week ten the Central letMm to lie such drainage shall !1w considered by the I their wisdom has opened the .
the days. at
upon within next or the Mate ten ('('ntsm acre |>er annum tbe way Tlie whole work. is executed in the h
"I realize that running from J.u'ksonVffle "Entries will then IK askd fur a held on the lirst: Tne lay after the tirst fi\e l annually by said drainage ('"rn-I,I jury. I for all sorts of conclusions by no I Imt'ans I est style" <>f workmanship, neither expense "

] to Miami, unless some of those: prize oITcrcd, etc., and 1 Florida will hate Monday Nt.MtnlK-r.. .\. 1>. 1'."Jt;, for niissiomrs, and vim various tax as. I of a complimentary nature? : nor lalior being spared t.> renderit
Section :ti The legislature"
nod roads hate been rebuilt, would I.ea ratification or rejection: embraced in : may provide as near perfection a-s possible, and it
linesto of the various counties apart
difficult Hut I Ulieve another special) feature in rating r fur the ses&nMRt: of Ix-itefits derived The Tribune declines to make deliberate will indeed! l>? a work of art. t t

the cars could proposition.get tll're.ith difficulty, dist' ,. and to advertise as an attraction Section: 3;:. The governor, the .ml-| or in hole within such drainage 1 I by (lands:! by reasns of stich drainage I l'I'rsonall'hargcs. It points Are you roinu: to be in it? i iI t
such i
to visitors." trollcr, the state treasurer the attorneypneraland district or districts shall receive
I << and the collcttioii) thereof! ; the procectld -
aa4 it is the difficulty overcome that the state commii.-UHMT'r ofagriculture list nr lists and enter the same upon the i i to the facts in the case and believes I I ;
lads i! I thmfrotn shall 1-e paid to the Volusia County Land Deal.
1 interest to the race and add 1. to Institute of the! Mate ..f Florida and tax roll of the county or counties ID I II" : that tl.c'oters in Florida will nut
The Daytona board of drainage roBttnksioiKrs: to be
> the"glory of the w inner and his car. their successors in tffian: -nl>y hit h sue h lands may lie and the amount :, l h*> hoodninkfd into )iasstng a law Messrs.V.I : L. Taylor, J. B. Barton r


''It.uld :J1"-llt'lp -along the work \\ill 1-ejjin its, \\inttr term aliout constituted< and designated as a board I" It''i.lloy the board of drainage com- {i- Used by them fur sueh drainage j lwrxrs. -,, that has place in the Constitution and I D. L. Byrd(, of Live Oak,

{. t.o( good roads in lorida. It would Move-nher( 1.1th;, in iN new quartersin .dramace/ 1'l'lI1l11i.t..nt.rs., and are m'ft't .."- ", in such manner and forito as I ( no proper and I n. C. Strickland, of Sylvester, ;

v. ectssarily call the :tuition (,f every$0oe tlu1 Anderson I Hock; 01: H'adlS'rl't.'t. 'I of the State and that bestows (;Ja.. have formed a co-partnership 1.

to the need of good roads. It would: Pupils( of all grades of a
;,,*point out the plates where npairor vamvinent. from the priinary to tine | 1.1s for citizens powers that, if aroused, farm at (Indian :Springs- Volu-
; willxs\ asked 1 to'utt' oil ouratlemluleut Stale. The Constitution representsthe : i i clothed 1 with ;power to pass
\f. DeW.roads were nur-t neeoed. I amconfident college, will 1 II' rc.' iretl. Tlio-e I I would l Ito certain to result in most sia Countv. the consideration being ;
't'.; ?' that such a race would be theqvbei ('(,min.: fn-iu northern st-h'XK" and to the Mate: Constitution will of the verign lo(1)llt and I the government of the State, ti> pro- .*"JMKK|. The style of the new firm ",'

,,; thing in the world 1 to demonstrate wishing i to keep "I'| with the> classesat ttJ novel in t ha raster that it : ewers those fundcmental laws that ': ride money for carrying on public disastrous consequences, and evenif is \\'. L. Taylor; ('0. who Lave ;

:* *?i fo|}Torida people the! n( ed of good roads homo are req'iotwl to s(vnrefrom may well hold the attention of the will keep their political government : improvements, and to a1 ttxt Inv ,1U11 I used legitimately, would be'r- taken posses-ion! of the property fat .

._,,*- akmg the Eat C..ast..r. the State their teachers, outlines tif theyear's student] of constitutional! )law. Smli on a firm basis; that will, if adheredto I I individuals or 'Ol11l11i.tti..nef4 tri : tain to result in the construction: of Mr Taylor will be manager and will t
work. machine, the there. This is said tolie
-:1 aID now ctrresjx'ndmg: \\it h FlorHians address a Mudent might, after reading the l I.y their legislative! executive and i carry out its laws as it may deem a powerful political -.nee move
in offered For further inforiintim: greatest of all intlidions and&! (the a rear line piece' of property
:
U.plp" of having; a cup Kva May Stewart amendment his in astwnishment judicial officers., guarantee their : ex|>edient and proper. The amend I the
to be known athe Peninsula cup the iriiifip.il| ; Miss : alien t-yen most hateful menace ,to th- hi. rte. uni "f wry choice turpentine f

Md the endurance raw may. y,.t be run 1'IlM! ? Central Street: K\anst..n.: i ", "lllii: \"il'e in pn>te"t, or, pru-.jH.Tity. their! happiness their I intuit pntjiostnl. which is to I IJC \(1111 l : of the people. Tampa Tnbiin1 smtcs'"f f till.

Off.beforc'the bin races Illinois if l'osse"s.1 of a sense of the ludi- ultimate: arrival at the lofty goal olconcrete next Tuesday, takes away from slat'r: t

i crou misht give tent to tl11g..n'rnable ; political jmwer I on which the legislature t .( its legitimate right ,

laughter. And he w
one or the other just on general which, therefore, should 1 regarded l that instrument an amendment( thai 1 1j

principlesitliout understanding! with sa.:retl awe as the mainspringof I,clearly cannot l foe regarded as in all)' j WI ..

the jHrnliar: bignirti-aiu-e of the constitutional ) cronnmie, existence: : that gi\e i manner: shape} or form having a

charge.A strength and. motion to wlioleU>ily | place) among the fundamental laws!'I n

olitic.Viewcil. Jof the :State.- It provides. that tin
State Constitution it supposed l lt |>

/ ;hry I <> cover oulthose basic and, practically in this way vvlikh is the !I Governor; the State:: Treaurir the

: Cum rolleT. the Cetera! (,
( unchangialjle rules of a far- true way it will lie easily. wen: thai pt Attorney

reaching kin.( and shall govern the to tamper with a constitution i i'i a |land the ConimLsMoner of Agricul-

1I 1- "s F jxiwers and the dutio of the oflMrrs l dangerous thing, a thing not to 'bethought I (lure shall' lie th'ignatl'tl l aa IVuni'of f
i' ... I
DraiiKige) Commissioners, to tipervi r
of the! Commonwealth! and limit the of by sane J"e"' pl \ exrrpl I I lI
of the Kver-
I of legislative action. It i-i an when motnounavoidableornflit: ,rssrn *; the draining
..3'I scope !1! It i is true that the men
glades.
of the cured political circuinstance in the of -
instumcnt! mo-.t ; carter a government I
named I officials.I wh Have I j
are high : > ;
charaiferdie, Bible of the Uoernment \- demands an alteration HII 1
jt
I in their of trusi
been jiositioiH
so to peak, which U re- I tile Uisic l.1Tllt.'re can I lie no 1 put t
the of Florida but their
by people ;
-< forrtxl to as the exponent of its object other excuse f..r an amendment tu .1

in life and its guide toward the I the constitution. To use it as tLc 'seWtion' for the {HI r pose named IM' ;

''an I atnendtuent) to the State Constitution tI
rcali/ation t f that oljt'd j ; and, as a means to grant certain privileges, 01 I. -

matter of fact it isa-j serious a hint. to impos>e duties upon certain individuals. is no I less an infringement I on !IApA f ,
of that instrument ems l
the <
I to tamper with its Iugrsin(1 ameiul! ', .. whether they he High State' dignity, ., v
no less' a menace to its future integrity : 4I
its meaning from a {iililit-al pointof official or ordinary citizens, would, .
than would lie an amendim I
\'il'a... it would, be to alter timeS U an insult to the memory of its
I
: I Tom. I Dick Harry. -faiii'". t3 ,
appointing
It framers and to the :State; '
J" ,--ripture from a religious op.; a danger
: John do the work.
r and to re
.' is with the State as with the indi- It is not an instrument intended fill :

vidual.! All men of mews, who lu\e I the uses of exjxd"ifncy. Each, time" The questi naturally arises

3'j studied the human mind, know whata its dignity as t.) the exponent! d 'why M appointment of tilt: i .

: .:: serious thing it i-. for a man to interrupt purely fundamental law is invade!1 board which comes well\\ within tin '

:. .. or alter a certain tlett'rmll1'l1course l and iu provisions are made to embrace ,. designated prerogatives the lg CHARLES EDWARD MAGOON. PROVISIONAL GOVERNOR OF CUBAI 1

> OF HEARST EDITORIALS. in life; in other \\cmU to matters: necessarily limited ir I 'I filature, desired l through amendment I .- ig ..' r ( ..a P'tTJf of Chha 1.

_.: ARTHUR BRISBANE, WRITER In the llearst1l.per break a resolution!; once finally made. time, place or method of operation.I to the !basic law of the :Mate; : Cbarles E !lfarooi: haa the! tin, ijr "' se ::1 :-- r '.. *ervee. In which L@ # "
of tine t..1itoritI'4 )publisbtsl has been In contact: ettLe. rcrs ; ,''.' or t1: ,Ci;i r" .. ..;v ...f t history and legal 1
: ni.'rthur llrlshllit'. w4o rites many luhl'st salarle lit'If'f wss well know that it is an entering I it is most surely reduced to its in. It is difficult to frame an answer ..
< :. throughout the l1>11l1tr)'. Is said to lit the ; states They df'tIIDt'nto.: with tL- L.itn An< -.' ai.: I I''i n.'t, : \ .ni'- r for the Insular farising
,"'" America.; In a current magazine article James creetaan that 101l.fl\l\l I s wedge in the destruction of the, i trinsit value and loses more and I t-nlimitetll'ower would be \estet:I bureau for five years writing mn..t of the i-n'out.' ; :u fKMil.ar) \ points of lag I
tttt manfris and there are other reports from our relationwith[ Island r'...s"i<)ii'. Then hvrve4
tin) ( '" salary is $P.rlsl.ane Ky! me U Is rrt't o years ot IIKt'njrer.'nh'rl..1Journausm power that grows less and i less able, mire the respect and obedience o oji |: in the }board.! They would have unlimited ,_ I of the Panama canal zone and as a ni-m ,,'r of tu- i-ih-nmti 'anal commission!
J e S um Lo receives. Mr. Two .
2 on theew York !Sun' when be London was twenty, and at as the a age of twenty to reiist. as each new wedge i i-i the people time' in which t. hnisii tin.' toeing: at U(e same tim s' D1nl..tfOr: \>i Panaina. lie I i, u )..ifl..-l..r, fvrty four j-eart 1
correspondent lu old Lincoln, Neb. f
frog
he was th.Jn'I Lvening Sun. I of the State oj!: work They would have a right t'' a" _- I
'i;n tor te was recalled to become managing editor driven nome by the man who i, The Legislature -c --- -- -



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DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS TO INSURE (I eeeeeeeeeeeeteeeeeeeeeeeee I Lizzie, are expected to arrive here 'the f IOf;, .N.-.- ."..... ............................'..... k".


PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAYT. |: SEABREEZE and j: home latter on part Pine of the street.week. They have a Value Received.Every iJ iJ't

LAND TITLES. (
: of Bos well
E. FITZGERALD, Editor | I i Mr. and Mrs. Liptrap, .
KKK : DAYTONA BEACHeeeeeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeeee.: Ind., are among the recent arrivals and

I are located in one of the flats in the

COMPANY A New Departure of the VolusU County Bleekman house street
i THE GAZETTE-NEWS on Valley as are spending
person money wishes 1
( INCORPORATED ) Abstract and Investment Scabrceze, Oct. 31.-Quite a numberof ako Mr. and Mr.. Johnson from the ,

arrivals among those who have winter same plate<
Value Received for
expenditure
f Company. homes here are noted this week, and J. R. Tomliuson: has returned froma and 11I

,, Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. This week the Volusia County close upon their heels are the winter brief business trip Atlanta.. Judging -

Abstract and Investment Companyis tourists who come early in the season to ; from his appearance, -breath from : very naturally go where they will get t tI

look around a bit before settling down the outer world did him good. I I
} Subscription $1.50 Per Year in Advance. publishing in the New Smyrna for the winter.Among Charles Conquest of Richmond, I their money's worth. I am in the real 1

Breeze a notice of intention to apply these recent arrivals are: Mr. Va., was here last week looking up a I I

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1906.Drainage to the Governor of Florida for J. W. Erregor and wife North Valley winter residence for t.imself and family il estate brokerage business with the l lllongest

1 -=- an amendment to their charter, em- street; Mr. and Mrs.Charles Fogg, North Mr. Weller, who with hU wife occupied -:i

How to Vote Against Amendment.The powering them to issue policies of Valley Phelps Leland street;, Grandview Dr. and Mrs avenue Samuel and I the last Phillips winter is cottage here again OB the and riverfront has '> strongest list ever offered in iI i-

insurance guaranteeing titles of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Holmes, South Valley : taken the same cottage for the coming !j

Drainage Amendment will appear on the ballot land, and within the next six weeks street-all of whom are receivingcordial I season. I Daytona-I know the bargains-my iII

about like this: the company expects to be able to greetings from the friends: they 1 The grading on Pine street is progressing j j'I

issue these policies.The left behind them I last spring.Mr. I very satL-factorily. It is estimatedthat I II knowledge is yours for the asking.

Fogg, in speaking of the trip half of this part of the work is

Constitutional Amendment, Article XXVIII Sections 32, 33, 34 Volusia County Abstract and south, which was on the Arapahoe from done. i' Below I quote a few bargains you will i--
has
Investment capitalof 'I
and 35, Creating a Board of Drainage Commissioners. Yes. Company a New York says the weather was quite The item in regard to Ke '. Addyinan

.1 -- $25,000:? fully paid, and this capital cold even as far south as Charleston, at Smith last week should have read "Mr. be interested in. t

trill hack every policy of insur- which point the people on the streets Smith has been a central figure around

t X Constitutional Amendment, Article XXVIII, Sections 32, 33, :34 ance issued. The increase of property were wearing heavy winter overcoats which the church and the temperance I 1 x o. :3 A River front lot, 100 feet on river to Valley ;,

and 35 Creating a Board of Drainage Commissioners.11.. rallied." :
have
yesterday (Tuesday) people of the community
values all Volusia Countyand b house furnished
t over street, room Daytona
'j --- -- A letter received from Miss: Blackslie 1 j

;NOTE.-Look for theO at the right hand of the bit the rapidly increasing influx of who has been visiting with her brotherin ---- I Beach, 3,750.No. .. II

northern people who are conversant Ash tabula Ohio for six months past, EAST
WORK ON 9 Lot on north side of Bay street, $600.
t. lot as above and then make your cross mar ; III with title insurance creates a de- speaks encouragingly of an early return, I ;

t the left hand as above. mand for this new enterprise. It but does not fix the date. She has been I COAST CANAL I- X 0. 24 Lot 122.5x231, 2 houses; west Magnolia i

\ will practically do away with abstracts much missed from the community, and i avenue, $3,!OO. I
li -- her friends will accord her "landslide"of I

DEMOCRATIC TICKET. I Wilful and AUhckMit. ire.a ebooJ.I aIan ( owners"ill beenabledfor a welcome on her return. I M No. TO Lot 50x85, 7 room house, 3rd ave., 2100.

I To the people of YoiuMa County a mere nominal sum over the Several sections of the Potter pier had i Will Be Pushed and the Canal Opened I No. 81 Lot 46x150, 5 room house, some improvements -

i My attention has IJM-II r.I1..1 to ai. rest of an abstract to obtain a guaranteed their underpinning broken and was I
In Three Months-Progress; Slow well finished well etc. west Magnolia
I I -
'' NATIONAL. I editorial appearing in the IVLaiul Weekly title, which means a guarantee knocked out of =shape by the heavy driftwood I

For Member of Congress 2nd District Newsi'f October 1Y:! I9W, headed titl,*,no expense should the title brought in by the high tides. It I on Account of Rocks. I I avenue, $1.500. ",:

Nominee, in which the looks unsafe: though several devoted i of
FRANK CLARK. i 'The Party e attacked the comfort there is in After viewing the cut at this end
i
I : writer, among other things charges me fishermen daily take their chance on it.I I the canal, George F. Miles, who returned -

I with being the keeper of a "blind tiger." knowing! that should anything be tempted by the fine sport offered them I I last evening from a visit to the. i R. L SMITH. ;

sy STATE. 1 It has been my purpose to avoid l newspaper wrong you can recover the amountof for the mere casting of a line. north end of the waterway, estimates

For Justices of the Supreme Court controversies, but this charge 1 your damage up to and including Miss Edith Frazer who has had an that the canal will be opened in about

CHARLES .P ARKIlILL, I cannot permit to stand unl'\>ntradictl'J. the fare vl the policy, exhibit: of curio and burnt leather at three months, says the St. Augustine ........MNeeN...........................IMMOMBlIE .

JAME3 B. WI11TFIELD.For So far as the article refers to me I emphatically and then it does with the Clarendun for tw" winters past will Record. The burning of the dredge
again ---
State Railroad Commissiouers.i brand said statement as a away be at this hotel again//: the l'llminea= Wimbee will not retard the progress as ,..
should want to of .. ...... ... ........ ........
;i NEWTON A. BL1TCII wilful,malil' oudalst'hood.llnd the w titer delay you dispose !
f R. HUDSON BURR. must have known it to have I been so at your property. brother at Fitt.-field Ma-*.., but has In an interview with a Record representative -

; the tim.. he wrote it. The company i is to be commendedon spent part l,1 the summer in the Berkshire : Mr.( Miles said that the machinery u PECMlRffiDry COMPANY.:
i I s
i hills.Mr.
Very llesIectfully, its enterprise and industry in of the sunken. dredge Wimlme I
I COUNTY. FRANK W. KUIS. Farrell: who ha rented::. E. Gil- j
the demand wouldiiisaved l but that no effort! will
I For State Senator, 2Sth Senatorial nisI New Stnvrna.. Fla..lM. :27. I'.KM'i.W. endeavoring to satisfy more'* new cottage on Valleytrert, arrived | I lie made at the present' time to raise it.
I trict.FRANKW.. in these respects, especially in the here on \Vednexlay noon train i
The S uth Carolina, '
| dredge : > working oni 11 Goods House Ladies'and
i SAMS. face[ of the fact that the Torrens and will remain until Friday lie i i.* aj i the other side ".f the divider haul- Furnishings,

:: For Members House of RepresentativesD. H. DUNKLEE land !system! is coming into such general guest of the Dixie) Unite. The family o\cr, i is now working a dmullecrew\ and

'I' F. MORRISON, use. Already a large number will nut come until January. night and day shifts will be kept' at work Children's Shoes, Trunks, Etc.

: f JOHN B. PARKINSON. PASSES AWAY. of the states have adopted this latter The Ekey properly on :South Valleystreet until the last cut i.s. lilli l"d. \\ hen the

r For Clerk Criminal Court of Record system and agitation on the matter ha beenold! by J. C. Butler :South l'ar"linalIrk b"ray through Ii largest Stock, Best Assortment, Lowest Prices ;

GEO. W. BRISTOL. KKK i is very strong in Florida just at this real estate agent to Charles H. :Sprague./: to this side site will be used to raise: the -

time. In fact a petition is now Consideration, !I. 'UO. I j I wreck of the U iml-e. The latter will t
For Assessor of Taxes A Prominent Winter Resident Crossesto ; ;
County S. B.WILSON.For pending before the county commissioners Juliu Young/:, chairman of the i!! IH rebuilt for Use on the Jacksonville I Cor. Beach St. and Magnolia Ave., Daytona. ;

.I the Great Beyond Remains of Duval county asking that street committee, has Ixfn =stepping' /: j I stretch of the canal. T ......................... ..........................

Tax CollectorD. Sent to Concord, N. H. the system be inaugurated in that II round like a Ixiy. looking after tilt: boy, I While tliprogress is slow, owing to I j jj ,
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P. SMITH
: .. several of whom he ha employed today I!
count j the rocky nature of the territory through
For Treason Harry W. Dunklee died at the ) Ii.i. . .
County r
the and !
I raking and burning//: cura..s/: which the dredge i is working, the coinplction __ _
.t.1 J. J. VINZANT. Cross house in Daytona on Wednesday palmetto fans and boots, on streets and I' +i. I.
of the canal i is not far distant.
For County Superintendent Public Instruction morning about 5 o'clock the immediatecause TRAINS RUNNINGON
In the face of do-
I parkage.! a generous Itlu.-tt-r will be kept in front of HlieJ :
1
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!l -t. of his death being diabetes. Mr. nation of f UK! by Mr. l' (i. Burg/:"yne !J, dredge continually, tearing oM-ning. in Announcement .
A. O. BUTTS.t Dunklee had been suffering from this
1 I : : I for street improvement, it Ix-hoovcs us
THE KEYS. I the rocky bottom, whkh will greatly facilitate 4 :
I. For County Commissioners almost incurable malady for some time, I to trim the ragged/: edges of the town the work. Time last ,stretch i i.* but .

District No. 1-R. D. BROOKE. and his death was not entirely unex i I before the tide of travel sets this I ;
way.j feet in Mr.I b We extend to friends the
,t : fc 1,100 length, and Miles our .
1 District No. 2- pected. j Contractor I.. Z. Iturdick has taken Season's Greetings and with it I
I lieves that the will advance
1 ; ; The deceased well known in An Engine and Several Cars Traeraethe dredge easily .
District No. 3-W. II.McBRIDL.t was Daytona the contract to build a thrre-story rwii an earnest! invitation to call I.

t .J District No. 4-E. L. POTTER. having conducted the Seaside Inn New Road for a Distance I i deuce for C. lK>ane. to lxr completed by i fifty feet a day. Some of the dredge engineers a and see the elaborate provision I
believe that they will make 100 ei we have made to furnish our
: District No. 5-TIIOS. J. MURRAY.For several Since that '
one season years ago. The .
If j January I, 1U07. house is to be I feet 'e at, patrons with the best I
of Seventeen Miles. a day. very
Members Board Public Instruction. time he has been the proprietor of a constructed on Cedar street, Daytona. .
While the last stretch of 1.11"it
f.l hotel at Hawks Park during the winter, The Miami in its issue of I kerplug Hats
District No. 1-J. L. CHANDLER. Metropolis i Britton Woodward and wife, who) Clothing, i.
j the :South Carolina busy, another .
'.'i District No. 2-.\. B. PREVATT. while in the summer he conducted a Monday says: | last spring purchased "The Castle." and

I>itrict0. 3-GEO F. CROUCH house at Pigeon Cove, Mass. He hada "It can now be said that the expectedand have had it refitted ititoaiiflcKantlnmie! ; j powerful dreiige is clearing tilth..ah= 5 Furnishings : .
| along tire canal south. -
1ih few weeks rented the Cross
ago house intended has l-curred-the FloridaEast during; their abM'Uce this "umrurr ar- t
t on Ridgewood which he contemplated Coast is trains I --- -- and Shoes. ,
I' I' Railway running on rivcu here VVfUneyday afternoon, and .
Read that amendment!!
1i drainage conducting as a boarding house. the Florida Keys. will soon be installed in their newwiater .

I. He leaves to mourn his demise a wife I Some few weeks ago engine No. 10, home. Ormond.Orraotid. We tJa\selected with great;
care the choicest:: production i
f If you read the drainage amendment and two sons. intended for use; in construction work on Dr. and Mrs. Island will take their I .: of the rr.t noted l

The remains were prepared for shipment the keys arrived here from St. Augus dinners with Mrs.! Johnson fora while. I e( r te, = ers in t'\t' rt' ('( \manufactur-I
:1 ? carefully, will never vote 1c
't you by the Bingham fc Maley Company tine. This morning the same engine and The bridges and ocean piers continueto : 0,"m.:31-Mrs.lalen: : Pinkerton ,, is our det. '

I it and will be interred at Concord, N. several box and flat tars were sent down tie with each other reeunl-breakitig has returned from her summer taxation ( not.inR! that is not thoroughly I I' .
I I good.
I,i H., to which place the bereaved wife the main line to Homestead, tht'lll-ewuth fish: catches. :S. (1 Gilmotf, of Fettin- at Chautau'iua. New York; alsoMr Our price- will always be

; :.:,; i The drainage amendment gives started )"t'.terday'ith them. I seventeen miles on newlyconstructedtrack sular Bridge, ea-ignt 7.j in two I hours ... H.( It. ;.ha wand daughter. Miss t fouud -uti"factorv I.

t, the commissioners unlimited pow : ..) to the coast at Jewfbh creek. At yesterday. I' .\ ) "----..- 0

r r era. Read it and you will certainly SOME\ RECENT that place they were loaded onto barges Visa lUl.i }"tHalr.., who has i been visiting -

; find this is true. and ferried across the stream to Key I Daytona Beach Oft. :il.-Tt f town I her old home in Illinois during thesummoner : THE GLOBE
1 Largo, the first key to be traversed by months, has returned to IwrI : .
I council met in regular M*! >k'ii Monday I
It I REALTY DEALS the extension after the roud lea\rsthe the lach.Frank ,
cottage on
evening. After the }"1. illt'** routine an
; The right to tax the people to the mainland. ordinance to regulate the fire limit was I Fish, who has lath in Miami 1
kRK "Key Largo is 27 miles in I i 116 I South Beach
Street.
length, or :
for a Ct.w.1.ks has returned toOrnumd.He .
'! its third reading and I approvedby I j
parsed" on
''f amount of millions of dollars is this is the distance on it the extension II' .
Extracted From the Books of Record the Mayor.On wa there- daring the heavy l*>wand
t. I' :' given to five men-politicians-by tracks w ill cover. Practically all of the account of leaving the State Kev. dines not want; any' more of that hesays. I m' --- .-;:- -Y--r::-rep-=N---._... ._.. .:-- .

.! :'I: I the drainage amendment and no For Volusia County.-Few roadbed has been graded and the engine Addyinan :-' offered his resignation; I' Oi) (> only knous the terriWe sufferitig -
t and cars will toe used, to haul ties, iron, ,
J, : bonds required fot its proper use. Transfers. etc., to build! the trac-k. From Key largo ai president and member of the council, I by l being in it. DR. HOUGHTON : ......... .. . . ..+++M
'I t Will you vote for such an amendment DeLand, Ha., Oct. 31-The following whichw a* accepted. X. X. aifey i wa I TbeccA'tt l j 11(11Jl.e| of Ormwnd lire .
the and will .
engine rare work south, Low Tide on the Beach.
gath iing ton of ictlmetto I Ivrrkw. One
is ? transfers of property in and about Daytona crossing the other keys by trestle."The elected president I i DENTIST. ---
have been recorded in the office of The Mayor wawnleretl to call an t-lt't'- | titan tMKie twenty -liars l last vntk. DATE A. .. P. y DAnA.! a 1-11.mos. .
all the i is well
grading on keys I
+ the Clerk of the Circuit Court at De- tion to bond the town in the sum of --- -- ---- I Office: Suite:: t, Opera IIou.se Block I-
underway, and with the assistance llfthe It ;;
:. Land !' fur street abu to .. i I in m 117"T i .I 17 11o
recently: improvements
J.OOO ;
AMENDMENTS engine and cars the completion of | City Hotel Arrival 1'lioiie ,'' J '4m :r: 1st! :!II: 311s
,
Whinfred D to E. T.Conrad I fill caused by the resignation of 2.! .1 I IMI / iirs
Rodgers
: ,, I vacancy : Si 2 :: IYI I
the track will be facilitated and j g1 ; :
eapedited | IoJ 4 S5il
1 Dr. ; r' 4
t! \ 51.00. north J of lot 2, block S7. Barnes1' few months 'f\\ Mr. Smith.' ]I The following jartien registered Hfniirhtnii:: away vacation, hwolh : .... -.. 1It: tII I i i U
: a seeing practicallyall Wj
TO .
r BE VOTED.
sub. in j <-e "illt.l closmduntillmisreturn last III' MtT 1 ,'I :n. I 153
Daytona. j The Law and Order league tnt on i } at the City Hotel for the week ('udi ..
"
I, : of the track on land finished and i of .. ; a j '11\ am 7 ill! TU
t-: i Pattie H. Whitelaw to Jerome D Friday evening and elected a "secretary ", -1t"lIIl..r.: m : I. .m. ?4'; HK' 19
Oi-tt'litT
; lag !. .. |
in eration. The of the : ..
O >
; fc fc fc | carrying e.iCin II i i, v, tI 'm. 7. 2j' 5.1 'a7
Maley, $.550, south J of west 150 ft. of and treasurer to fill the'aeahf'Y causedby :
and train to Key Largo marks H ,Moore J-;. I. F:";gen, r. Chris- haM .\. MICH an .". 10 7 t.I .s t. .". _>* IO Ya, 10 17
j i. Next Tuesday Voters Will Have an lot 5, block 13, Uodgeman's Daytona. Uev. .\. Smith's resignatkii.Mr. i Kurort BlySTEWART I I .. IIli' i Till :t:. 27 11 l 1111! H :O
new step in his engineering problem tiancy. Z. Its Hutlgstin: H. L. Rol4dwe, I a 54 10\f: 55' J UW3D -
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Pinewood Cemetery Association to I and Mrs. )Miller t>f H'i'<|pstuan, & BLY i !tI I II I :x :! 1 12 tLIS UWl
and is E. II. ..
f Opportunity Cast Their Bat evidence of the stage to which Hulsey, George 1"d.uII", J. S. IXU ,.. : > *
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II Il.
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Jordan McCullum lot the winter ..
S,5. 22. Pinewood III. are here and settled for
the work has advanced. Tyson. Jr.. I:. R. Bliss F. J. (;rig-, 11. i I .. 15 l ISIrt u; 131':
I''I t lots For or Against. Cemetery. again in one of the tints in the HheVnwncottage. I LAWYERS t '.' ',;! :uis
"Engineer Goethe is in charge of the | T. UckWer. II. ( hutch J. :S. UFils I

t Amendment to the Constitution by ---- -- engine, and considers the fact quite all I E E. (;Irimes E. I.. Ross J. L. J.u-obs, Offi.'r in Bank Building l'tL.\' \U, FLA : ---

the addition of Sections 32, 33, 31 and JACKSONVILLE'SGREAT honor to him-the first man to pull a Kev. C. Gillett will occupy the |pulpit I Jacks+ \illt-: .\Hpn I.1'\H'h"tt .\. H. (Branch offiir! o\er 1'1I 1tOtfil'e. DAYTONA .4 ItIghtldeehourebetoreoratterlowtlde. .. .4... 4.IGLTTIIBLST....' ......<
of the M. E. until the
55 to Article XVI, providing for the as train church dew J im3.-
of cars in the Florida "Keys. Clark. R. T. Frost, S. .oldviiburK. SI
: I tablishment of a Hoard of DrainageI tur arri\,8. Mr. GiltVtt will hold the I -
lIt'JfIIIUI and wife. J. A. iSuhkrand
-- -- ----- wife.
Commissioners Drainage Districts: and CARNIVAL regul-ir morning! and t'\t'llilllt wi nims I R. X. Pharell ......................... I
I I S. Levy! J. :>.haI : \\ U. I..
for the reclamation Port i und.1Y.I '
and drainage l.f Orange. '
Ludden New
ork; Mrs. (C. I H.: Stan\ Io
: and KKk K. K.: Mitch and falftil < f 11urntltIJ.
swamp overflowed lands. ) >
*a; M. S. Sams ('uuftne) E.: (1. l1arnI -. IPATROLIi
:1" I Port Oct. :31 Richard Arnold i Ind hate taken I: A. Branch's
: t Amendment to Section 9 of Article \ XVIII Open :Next' .Monday, :\ember Orange. ; cottage I! Iknter.'iii.! ; : :: of the Constitution relating salaries/ of Orlando, son of our late rector, J on Live Oak for the winter.
| Inure; ItarleM Cun<|Ue>t. J. :N Merrill,
of Justices of the Supreme Court and 5th-All Railroads Are Offeringa was in tI'1I.1tunJay: and called on Fred and 1I.1I"O&.Jn.itb: and their
i Charles Winston
RiehtiHtnd.i
Ind
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a o Judges of the Circuit Courts. One-Half Fare Rate. friends. grandfather, Mr. Ackntvd., came overfrom \'f'1'l"toe, Columbus; J. I'. It'ad.1 II. CopperFIRS I II i
I Amendment adding Section 3'J to Ar- Drew Ik'nnett who spent the summerin i I -Land lost Friday for a farewell'
The Jacksonville I KiK-hanan. Chicasc.i J. L. i
Carnival will ; Ilopkmpal
begin
I !l'i tide V of the Constitution fixing the C.neIlmd, was in town Sunday.The visit with the family.
Monday, Xo>ember 5th and close} Saturday tiiiion-; J. E.: Rawlin *. city; .K. I.. Jacob /m 1
t ,r salaries of Judges of Criminal Courts llf draw of the bridge here was turned Miss Maud( :Strother. who is teaching I
night November 10th. The plansfor +, F. Withrow, iH-troit; l B. I IV- 1
Record. for the first time, '\\ht'n\. H. (;,\e at CoroiMtlu [5\\cI hl're'is.till with her r
this years Carnival make it one lf cctti. Ponce Park; M. J. t'url. \ 1 Inland
t L Amendment adding Sections 40, 41. was here Wednesday of List w t't"k parent Saturday and Sunday. I Ii
the ; W.Ialt'r, Cinemnati
greater amusement in the
events U. 1
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; i : 42, 43, 4-1. 45, 46 and 47 to Article V (If A. J. Bailey, section foreman at Bay I Mr. and Mr*. Van, of lVl.and were I
('rant. t;. (II.
entire Cantrell Tested
country. The various attractions, =St. Loin. \I. H\\ Standard
the Constitution; providing for the establishment ard, was visiting friends at Port orangeSunday. oerLsiting with friends here from Friday -
.1 i : shows etc., originally l'Ost. it is estimated Jaekcm, Cleveland; J. E. DWIIM-. Lakeland -
of a Court of Record in until Monday.
over :$!: ,0t ),(Ko.) They cost the I ; W. A. Arnold Houston, T."a.-
,1 : ; Escambia county and fixing iu jurLtdic Jas. New mau: and family hae been Mayor Johnson will me on the jury 350 Pounds
Carnival Association JlsOW I ) I George 11 illy er. Jr., J. ll .
S 0\er forthe II Hugh limit. J \
t : !I tion. i up from New SIlI"nl'iiting: Mrs.! Newmlan's at 1 VI.and nt'tet'k..

t.t I Amendment to Section 1 of Article one week. parents. Mr. and .Mr Tedder. The work on Ernest Mill' building eonSeabreeze D.OM, Atlanta; Mr.( amid )lr,*. M.1.. \Ie-: i I Ii Recently EnlullcSWIT
All the railroads riil. Mr. Lattimer
are offering a one-half this wetk. 1 I'l.rtlan.11.. It U
It
I. XVII of the Constitution relative tot avenue hits lo begun. I It. EXTINGUISHERSCompletely
fare rate It U estimated 50,000 poojJe Hancock rhiladelphin J. (' Itr, WordsNew
:
: amending the Constitution of Florida. I Miss Minnie Carrow, the principal i>f It Posten has the contract. an 25,000 New
will attend. the Blake st-hool. Louisville" ; Thomas II. \\alk. :South; Gazetteer of the World
r r was visiting relativesin Mr. and Mr* Luke iVratte and little
I I The New York; Hippodrome; attractions -I Port Carolina; II. (i. \IarlhanulrI..m' U 1 with more than r: mQ. .:csbaeeloathe
Orange 1
a Walter Robinson Sunday. granddaughter i-f ll G. L. Ta ctrusus rtt
a capitalist worth ,
are going thousands: t-f miles sttt Sfabrw.e.rse
j 1 15.
J. B. Case i is ; (Pitzer. i
f I building a cement walk j mow, at Ocean Spray' : for the Dictionarycontaining
and a member of the banking firm, l! to see, and can be seen in the South from hU porch to the front gate. II I *1L'lIn. T. :'. HouHl. New Smyrna. T. J M,- with One Extra I II NewBlographical the: nan, s< r<.v.-rM.O( o apereuua

: r 1, of Dutton S Co., Gainesville: died| 1 I'I only week.If at. the Jacksonville Carnival next: Doctor Vall'azah! drove down from 1 Mrs. Burt, of Indianapolis. lad., 'U at Murray wife and son, \\ arren. ( 'hi.. .. ChemicalCharge lUte of l'lrt, '1. ti'-sea,eta

in that Daytona Beach and had l look I' II itedhyW T. D..
place Saturday afternoon ofa I I Tuesday a L the Beach House.Mrs. i I United StateaCun tt.t'muiFj.D

I complication of diseases Mr. I over our new bridge. I Casam and fmaily.110 hate, We are otTeriBg a choice lot tn wuth I.l 2380 Quarto Pawartl
you want a building lot in eitherof C'ieo. II, Ludwig i accompanied S. H. been occupying the Johosoa cottage Palmetto *.11.te. 6000 L.-- w
OD i *
Robinson was 58 old. lie was avenue for 'J.5. This lot ..
years the growing towns of Seabreeze orDaytona Gore Tuesday when he came' down toinspect the each, have turned to their home ;55x1 JO feet in i. I +I NeededlnEveryHome.IIIO
t'1th. Also
born in Rhode Island but had been Beach see of write us. We | the bridge.Cha II at Orlando. some nice $15.00. ;;
lots 1.II'leaatf
t* same street 5UV00: feet. ttcbtter'f Colteguu
Ii a resident of Florida for many years. I have them from $200: up. Some choice *. F. Burgman came down from Allison l1 "l'Il. an old friend to> and fenced, at *oOO.( Other (eared Ul'.L sM'5-

He and lots on newly I opened streets: at !!::3 and I :Seabreeze Tuesday on his bicycle and Daytona Beach and Mrs. Hinks. lot- throughout RegularE.aamr.l0.mt! 5 a. ttadnPM ..
Wad a prominent Republican I hostess: the at .. Lure EQ.t.oa i .. .. is y amaa
city .
$250 various prire a c .rJIIII _.. : .......
a lot.Daytona I .. _' U.
had a ride un our bridge. of .l .1. .1'1'
I the Sea Gull hero
I i- again and will I
was register of the United States' tomze and loiatlon. i Address : :
land office 'j i Real Estate and Insurance lion T J Sparkman ha lust returned spend the winter. Daytona Real Estate : Box 99. FREE 1.. usalr.ai5''
at the time of his death. ar.d In .
C. -ur; nceCompany. CO.,
S. Harris
t ; I Company, Secretary .1 from a visit to Ostetu. | Mr. and Mrs. \VaiefieId! and daughter, C S. Harris, Secretary Publisher G. 6 C. MERRIAM SvrlaafieldMaaa-

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GIRLS!A STOVE FfiELt d a 1 + The Fool Killer 1 1H I ? HOW AN INSULT

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Jr Mrs. Clearer had an object. Her I A gentleman and bis wife had been

daughter Carrie had inherited a fortune I dining at a cafe In Parts. The waiter
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1j from her father and another from presented the bill, which was duly
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i. ,/ her aunt; nevertheless Mrs. Clearer1 I paid with an extra franc by way ofa

> iL/ supreme object was to marry her tip and the lady was gathering her
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tt ...r ; daughter ta a ricb man. wraps when her husband lAId:

f'r an -..,.-..-. Mr Algernon Bedell was composed I here Is GamWer: whom I hare been
5C two part, man and moner There trying all day to 2nd. Remain her,

wa! rery little to the man but a great I: and I will rejoin you In a few min
deal to the money which his father had ute."

s ;; [ -rj -- made for him out of bonr. The' only Rising, he' hurried toward M. Gam-

notable! thing; Mr Bedell bad ever done bier, who was tearing the cafe: and

was to sue a dinner to a dozen person,* only caught him on the sidewalk. The
t costing $!."..' a rorer lie was looking
two talked together: for: some time
about for another opportunity to distinguish -
when the gentleman returned for his
him elf when be met and
wife He found her with a crimson

4 : A chance for f I him ward with Carrie a method Clearer for gaining She supplfcil a new face and eyes flashing anger.

bright little. distinction.: "What is the matter, my d..arr asked

")Iamma.* said Mis, Clearer one day the astonished husband.

after her mother had taken ten pounds "The beast:r exclaimed Isis wife.

of flesh! off the girl In her efforts, to Induf "Wha beast r

girls to win a Buck'sJunior her to wed Mr DedvILI will "Why did you stay away so long?
consent condition I b
on one must "
lie has been gone fire minutes
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abducted.
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"Explain.
"Abductedr: exclaimed the nnnher.
"You had scarcely out when a
"Yes I am of a romantic disposition, gone
Range. and Mr Bedell has aspirations for dis i man passed the table, stopped In front

i \ UD"tltf1.D elopement would set all of me. stared at me and said; !
the world agt>t." 'Well. well Julie You bar got up

I 'aroHDe." said! Mrs Clearer amnx I In the world since our escapades In the

} eel have you taken leave of your Latin quarter'

To the little girl 16 years of age or under, who :1r{ sene8' And she swept out of the I "I turned my bait to him, and h.,

h : room went away, muttering: fery fine, rery

clips the greatest number of our ads from the Cut Mr of Bedell motive though would he render feared theabeme the I fine The! model has become a lady." **

t "Which did: be e"r cried the indignant
\ pan: unsuitable to bill purpose, still hada way
: Gazette-News we will award the little range. MAH : \\\ mind for it and so told Mrs Clearer I husband
.L2. That lady being absorbed In the main "Out of that door. But you are too

object the marriage, finally consentedto late. One would suppose you had forgotten

This is the first ad to count-contest closes allow the pair "to make. fools ofthemehes I your poor wife to be gone so 4

If they liked! : long lie Is far down the boulerard

f i All things! must end. ex en engagement by this time."
December I 1st. Remember
girls ad must i
I every periods. and the day finally arrlveJ I I "Describe him.
r .... .. ........ ........... ..........................<< or, rather the night when Miss I fur oTE'rcoat-the

iE: contain at least one Buck's trade mark. r + 1 Hearer w as to be abducted She was to I one"He In the wore cafe a only

: I sleep in a wing of the house where her I .
, poem for today Going to the desk, the husband asked
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I mother would not t> likely to become'
See the prize now on display in our store. + aware of her night Ml!!'. Clearer Insisted I. who had dined there possessing a fur

: ... .... *... * *.** *** ****..* *.....*...*.......: oil carrying out all the detail overcoat and was told that It must be
L << the same as In a real elopement MrBedell M. Gignoux Ills address was 17 Rlrollstreet
All girls under 16 of <<
years age can compete i was to bring a ladder and a

VERSES MADE FAMOUS BY LINCOLN : carnage. and the fugitive was to take The husband took his wife home and ,

for this prize. It + I only a baud bag An address was t9 I I went Immediately to 17 Riroll street.

: By William Knox : be left oo Miss! Bedell's pincushion t> ,, It was a large store, at which fine stationery
r which the trunks were tt..... tent thnext .'
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-- -- -- ... I was sold, wedding cards engraved

a: '.111 L 1 : .1..10"1 [Hn-IU N.s.1 1..ru".l.&r .,vorit-- ..loIthbr..rwm Uiuolnn +: day.St'e'm I! etc The gentleman asked for
... 't '. r.. from -. -, .. .. .1. ...n.u.t. .1 I: t.. n... <>rt lir ...... lu A' .. after dark on the evening of tUavlopeiiieui I' M Gignoux and was told that he wa
it It 'J; :.1 1. !i. .: .. I t.. l'.u aho: \\1.1 i it I..t hire neverii + a wagon drove up to the,
i I d. e t.. ,1"1... !1. '. ,,\ 1.1 I : .r-.lil t.,,;'nv >': the author + "I, Cleat er residence, a wan carried a lad i i, dining at Ills cafe and would return In
\\ h e '. .' :: i" v ..u a- 1..1', I i-i i 1-" ,.t Firth and + : der Into the back yard. and the wagon an hour."tote.
: I: ifch 1 1I I.. .1.I IIe.iii.t.Isit..r I !. t\".m, was :: wj driven away empty Mrs Cleaver I Ilooked him that," said the caller II
I I IiM .- _- I ,. h' .'" \\ i to "!h. Wh> j
I .. I << out of the window. aw the prooeetiliu throwing down a card on which was
It !' .. :- : I .1 i I : .- loons ". I 1*.a .
IIu }THE GRUBER MORRIS : e -- - - : ; and wondered' why her daughter the name M Henri Outler.lie will
... + preferred to see a ladder carried understand." i

'. .. Into the hack yard to numerous costly i' Returning to his wife. M. Cartier r
I : !N 1 \\ .1 -'i! 'lal.1 l thpint "f in'Tal !M> pr u.IVt : 1 i
t .. reIN: tarried in at the front door'iarrie told her that te had left a challenge forthe : .\
I -u lft LUnir: HieteHf.i>t ttviit<; d.1aJ.I +
,u .ti :., HARDWARE COMPANY 1NSOME : ) 1 ',-.1! l'i- I I.d.lllilic. a 1'I.' ;k ,>f IM! N.ie". : ," .he ,tailed: 'the ladder has : man who had Insulted her. By this :

r \1 11 i'......- lioin liftti. hi" i', -i iu tin gru,,'. << cviue. If the fool killer houd! happen time' her iTW&If' somewhat mollified t
It I << I by he might feel disposed to put it and now quite vanished at the prospect -
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: t'17 I U'.. .. .. .ifl iI'la,1 and teg, ;HUT! br UKotnii !, << a duel In her defense
j "" >1I1d he take .\I tour drawled "
Iee4tOt0teeeeelltt44444044t : \,1: the. \ ; iced the old. ..11t.ww i and tale U&.id.i :: I y. "There is some mistake she said.
I It :-0.1.1.1 :.. ". u> ilu-t ;and t<-s liter haU ItaHit + Mlfc* leaver "I'll teach him to be more careful"
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE "Mr Bedell: only consents to this, folly .
<< ) aU Cartler, striding back> and forth,

THE GLENN : u1..t! .! .11..tl&'r i attended and k \,1. :: I 1 i I to humor you""Well. twirling his: mustachios viciously. I''
mother dear. If the fool killertowel .
i Midnight came and no communication
: the in>; .0'1'i t'i'.i! lui.iut'.ffeituiu who i I.r.\.l ::
It 1 fur hl.-l t".ttid I tl..It Iliolllir meal ilA dUI wl.. 1 bF ....<**!. << i i I hope be and Algy wUl meet from the challenged party had
".. Mit in houami. i,: \ 11..11. ak.. Il"a-' witti. .u' I.t', 4 .... It "'vultlloe MJ romantic to have them been recelred
: a or >|*--iy Lull. .i.l..irc euly t.> lat! Ir ilwlliiigi tests :
$$6000 0 pj ,il I.*..liun. t-vtn 82000fuurro..m O riverfront i I 0 111 1 ..II" lien.-... : + -tlrjht for we"eItotuacere "I must go to bed," said M Cartler.
and t.ve room lou-es ill. Liam . romance nothing but ro "Tomorrow I have a case In court and
: TUe woe! .u \viu'-e l" -e>n.; "'! wl t e idjouung. Both fitltd I with modern f.i onlies on U.lh floor Fire IIUt'li I North I IVtuh M I Itattoiia rluItiMrd o o Mtouf l.. .nitv. .iu.l pt'in. e *tt'r triwi.i li- .sir, .!I.kd a main I call It Idiocy! I need rest" .
wnvemenccs.ill -til<< :,.'separate! hut in l-.t, too of which are leared Bull : 1:1"1)'Iock was fixed for telojK'iiieut "I> madame.
said "I will
who o 1It revoice -
with i vtilliout r..iu- : \ the UK uo.a'v .I' th.".t lured h.'r ul 1 raked :: I
1 le trai.t-fonwd ffiiud with poultry wire. Nneg.irBto -
united could
buMLgs ( and the
r a 0 as cathedral clock the message"In
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alik UKi.i'.u.U the 1.\
Are t.I..t
finest rr u' ,0 t lit" i > +
an ideal tooinmg fi ue or hotel den and M-paratelj poultry yard. : ;::'Linn o.l) Spacial be. \\.1. : + b the neght! >orbood struck that hour the morning the husband awoke
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> me fruit trees and fine lot pine ItIt
+ 'Yr
> timber. Lot front JOO feet on mer Tine band,{ the king that the -. ,';.('r h.th )t..e ice + Bedell drove up to a comer opjos'te and asked his wife if any word bad .
- Sun- a Urpau in : MRS. [ELLA[ H. GlENN, : : flit' bi"t e' the i-r.t-t: th It the itt: r bail:t w'"nn.rheevt : the tleaver mansion l alighted been received during the nIght. She t

0 0 td Kii Louse.g-t..n.:: ; there I aria noin pioruVLU .-, (Jl r ft f\\ tFor a ten room house : I'r..puete.( : "t tl.,' ":tkv slid the' lit'.ut if tl>.. Line .. and'! walked! acres to the Cleaver, backyard replied that there had not After breakfast t'

pantry and unfurnf-Led hath room on \ nil Mil in splendid location on a : .\reh oI..II..IIII.,1) 1 in tin .I"it.t l i ; C.: -: nellif : He was surprised to see the ladder but half an hour remained before 1 r
list lIoor, two beet room s('cond floor UuUUU Kidgewood f Avenut-. ....*.0.0.....0...0.....4. standing up a;aln!'t the rick wall the court opened M Cartier who was fan

I Flowing ;ell; good out huildinstment; Five n>oma and kitchen ou fir"I floor; : paa-..1I.11 tl'-., tux l U .It'. k..1\ :lh 1I'aJUj; iron fence S2,500) furni-hed five rooms on wcond floor; ceil l.J. : i'h.ber>l-u.au who .n.U.I wnli hi- ;....itn ?tae steep i!i other thln be saw but It did not lot up, and. taking a bag containing his ,

, -.- Cellar and small outbuilding lot *.* .* ..*.......*.*** o000 tn:' I U-k,.:.ir who wautUrt-d\ iu -vurvli of his' bread : ,1 press: him at the time-a carriage driving paper" he hurried away He did not '
I:, $$3900 For a new hou- in pleasant ,;Iro; feet I I. 0i : IIa.r foiled au.ey lilt the gi.,.... tint ".- tr.,1. << away from a point near the gate, return to his, home till 5 In the after-
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: location Three rooms and -- F. B. PENOR g just us he alighted ooun. When hU wife told him that no .
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A -M.l-iic. t 'eahreezrkitchen l\i f
on grouud n"x' three rex.mabth : $4500\ However word had ten received from
'' sad toilet sec-.nd H.,:,r, Ho*u- in |.,tfrontmg 100 feet on t'ur The Huiut wht< i'iijt.v-l the t.1..11101. ii of 1.I\t'Do + r..SQIt" carry out the the cbal'i(!
all rooms. hot and rind hard and soft Street and extending: Wt.t100 fet-t to I : ihfIIUHT wli > dared to reinaiii unfirgufii.Tbe : programme, he mounted the ladder to longed man he: swore that he .
111'at.er.. Tao mom cottage' in rear of Halifax river. Variety if fruit. hour : CONTRACTORANDBUILDER. : : wise and the ".\\iII.! tin kUiitv ,cud jutHave :: t>'the.. o|*''n window and was stout to take a whip and give the coward a t

Iottve, Lot 50x300 rooms and kitchenonground floor; three : \ll wcirl iloiiH in aIn, tie lnti : quietly mingled their |H>IH-'* in the ,lutN + look in before entering when he hearda thrashing He was about to depart Inorder I
', - rooms hath and toilet teiond th.Klr. It + jiolloeman's club strike the curb opposte. to put hU threat into execution <
, $$7000 A pOirty in nice rr".idt'n'e. Hard and soft water Two room t.ttage eta* an.I work>iinh'.. iiI' 101'11.' iM 0 r the multitude ,;.* -. I hkv tlw bower and the weed :: .' ; so he tumbled in at once The when a servant entered with a little
In rest of a 1Iot..ridlll..t; lli' U-t tiif market aa ., .. room dark packet neatly sealed at the ends
.1 K'ftiOD. Four rooms and Jiouse.Wfct : That wither aN y t M othvrs\u -wd. : "as pitch He called, but on a
i on first floor; three} roms, bath afford- ee Su tile III IIll1tU'I.. c.suttern tlu*-v w t* tiehold. there was no answer. lie heard someone kllrer/ salrer a
.?and toilet on second( floor. hunt and OflO A fine residence n pr'lV) at a : Th1t i'v t'rtal... Chit IKIH :h"ll 1"1h.ltl.. << coming up the ladder and looking "Uhats tblsr asked the master.
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back Holly II,11 ten Plans allli Estimates! FurnishedIVt !
porcheJI.
Lot 7oxl 10.
: out saw the "The boy who brought It It ia
street
lamp says
rooms and large halls. Cistern and I big o .. shining on
n.. wt-II. Two story learn and : : i if Il.f.-r>.n....-. 4 Tor we are the saiu! that our fathers Lute teen l : + brass A policeman was, mounting At from M Gignoux
$$2150 For a new house on fine try wing run- Fronts 1St feet on river.f w \\' ae tU' -uiiii? niKlit- that our f.itherha .- .rt.Ir, : the same time there was a loud ham "M. Gignoux': What a curious docntntrnt" .
,. Two street kitdfon Daytona lie.ach1 about 700 side street and 'OOon Patwo : I'oMolfl.f I...\ ."I'. hivton I. M Iii : : \\e draik! I'.t' ".:uiein.uii an.l \t: w tin* "allit. HUB : meting on the front door The next : '

rooms and on ground floor, tuna .i\pnue 0 0 0 0eaea Aud run the! Hiiiii ciHiixth..U .nr r.I'wr.! l 1.1\> run + thing that happened was Mrs Cleaver Tearing off the paper. be displayed a
'; Wchen.roomii second fl.-r Soft: water in : ....oos4oe..so44.oeae M + coming into her daughter's room In her package of neatly engraved t'ar'W.afb ,
furnuhed Lot .50120.;
._ $2800( sx rKIn house on lUdge- w The thought! \\f are tlimkiux tmr f.ithrr* vv .iiid think : nightdress: : though this was! smultane-! tearing: the name M Henri Car-
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wool l Avenue King-ton : Front the th-i:;! vtc sliriiikinir front they. too. would! filAriaL ou with the entrance of the policemanby tier He looked at the cards, then at
$$2 Cottage river front at Four rooms on ground fluor, two rooms I..................... ................... ........ w : .
1 000 .n both ,...................;..111..NI.........:........;. 1<> the life vv art: t iai; 'iug to tl< >. too. ,uld iliui << the window Mr Bedell made a his wife, umCl>uoot"d.
'. (Holly Hill Three rooms on wrond floor. rirq.Lice on lout it *-_N from tin- firth like bird dive under the tad."We "Here Is the bill," said the
: aH a on die iuj.; serraut
" Aground floor; two on swoiid floor floors Ham and other! outbuilduifs.Lthroomonfist i =I Neville H. Clark !I_ : "
floor n""illJt1'11; OofKl flowing "I'll'aril'ty; of fruit. |I Ii | + s e got him ma am. said the po- presenting a statement for a copperplate
i i La 111. Lot 100i700/ ft"Ct. variety ..f fruit. Lot "h3\250: ( ftet I = : 'fhcy lov.*d. but their <>t..r> wr camuX unfold: :: (llceiuan He's here Lock the door." and Its' printed cards. "The boy i
:: It They -H-olllMl. l bit the 11t'.n of the Inu-'titv:: it cold: << Mr B>>dell was dragged from under says that: since! monsieur is not known

III1I! OPTICIAN. H : They KTnvtil hit no vv.ol! fti.iu ti! <-.r lninlH-r" mill come; :: the If I and .tood looking at his intended t) the firm he I U, to get the money or i I

Lots ranging in price from a few hun :, :: .. They Juj.il Lilt the bite of lllOr: 1111.lue...- .IH dunilt + mother-In-law and the guard'an! bring back the cards." f. ''j

Ii !! + of the city, who had steppe to the Husband and wife looked at each

: ( -.h : They died :a iv': this') ehed.u.: I \\t' id"!'u- th>!,.it are Uowho : dresser. brought; his: lantern to bear on otter with wide open eyes; then both I

; dred to several thousand dollars. ii Jti' g : \\ walk "11 the turf thou! t.'S-s" r the i ,,n+wULi '. : :i button and turned on the light burst! Into laughter

i I., :.:. :...:. iu.ik il it,. ;r ilutllu a tr.tusuiit alxxlf.Uevt << "U hat'. this?" be said picking up a "Mr faith:.' etilalmexl the former.
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;I :: : file *iiiik'<"- tln-%- wet ou their! "iltril1l1"- road, : bit of paper fastened", to a pincushion.Mr "The: fellow tbvught I left my card ft>r

Farming and Grove Lands.r 11 Kyt'N Hxainiiuul; Fitt. + *. I leaver snatched It from bins I a sample tv till an order"
'I' .... : Yea: Lope tad tit.-i> 'iitlciit.v. pViure; and pans : ran her eye over It and held It crushed Turning, he left his wife her laugh

.. .. Are lUiugk to.t Let uu:,-', :ur ::n.l mn in her diluted fist Meanwhile there ringing In his ears and made straight
,' !:: .\1 t1ark .. Jt'\\. lrtj :-.t..r.. :: : Atid the smile .11i.1 i the tear liie wluC and the dirge :: was a renewed hammering at the door for 17 Ulroli street There b... asked:

: Ii i ii Stia 1 to:low ..t. h other! 1 J.kt' -urK>- UH>U "UrgeIIH <0 "Go downstairs!:' she said to Mr Be for M Glgnoat The gentleman appeared -
:'i A'A FINE PROPERTY FOR SALE :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::I::::::; *: + ,dell "and. tell hoertr Is at the door tog
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; i the tn.uS: of tu eye. 't..i.. the drift ...t'a breath : <. aw 11 "1 am M. Fiend Cartler. Last Bight

i i +t4ttttttt+ttttttttt+t++++ : n-m tin. I 1.....-.-i.. ?f health to the. 1..I1.j: of death, + Glad to ecai the contemptuous look you insulted my wife In the Cafe LO&
il A fine New Nnjrna I + + 1'r I lll tae' ..: J.lt'.1 I ...|',"u t t., tit. !I. .r ::1I1.t. I tie ..1"\1.1- : she gate him be departed at once. I left my card for you and you read
\l residence fir> < 'i jetty on the peninsula opposite 1i i! + Geo. J. VandeVord + : lilt. she! -I I I t1! .. -: i t .( '. .. i |I... i.t ." !t. : Mrleaver explained to the police lie."-

t| Ease of knoll on Ni rth In- J la.':' that there had been a mistake, "I insulted wife moastewT""les.
fourteen facing yow
beautiful +
or more ruonis on .. .... ... ..
+ + **** ***** *****. .. .
1I i + Builder and '(Intra tor. + *************** sl'l.petl]! at.!Il!! into bill hand. and be you called ber Julie aJ referred

i.daaRiTer. Magnificent view of surrounding country aud' wean) from 1 + + THE MERRY WHIRL. w*-:.t downstairs to call off his, coca to roar escapades with: bri". t

[:...Ulllat. f uric-h.I.! I \" ... .Ii'j.n.t'n-) they had departed Mrs. "Ob. heavens: I'M I make MIdI a .

rPPer story. Beautiful shade tree about the lloust'LundanQ of good I |>n-ntki elli'ii| >.\t.,|. U I heh .\ awaiit.i + 'ka-tr Hood with Mr Bedell in the mistake as that' MoMlvur. mal t beg

nter- + /,1,1,| l t..I1.... but ..1J r ,1 + :ltwil.: z fiAm he In traveling cult she you to convey to the lady my slater
i Substantial clock ,,1) river front. .t.:' her n'ghtdrv: s. :She handed apo),,CT:? And tell her that I w 4III&!
-.: a""tlatol""I.tlt\1I1'1..I\\.t.i ] + ; lri, tvii'p of found believed
"' paper on the nut have there were two sixthbeautiful
+ pet inv |prl' [1:1'10: I ku..i IN i titt *
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1-1Best Clams Etc. Ireslie: smoothed it out and real women in the world."
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of rill".
Fishing Oysters : Hunt vi> K :e 'I"| :I.i'i. (
Tv..: f : :"j der cam Om sad carried: Madame was delight1! with the out-
J Othot) .uhllk..itJ..lh, l" i r \' ':- (j JTitt K.. 'r --J trunks' to Mrs TheodoreViclwn come of the adveatore. Her awtend
i About three hous Suitable for }ir'natei tesidenee: + \ : r S Army tfotot St A P Q.
t acres of land with >t' : u-iaave ind i :Nui:.1 :st CARRIE mailed a check for the amount die

attariam ++++++t+++4++++.t++ uI ++++++ P a-P. D. Q OG tbe cards with the bill. which wu
Or Lote! purl oses.If THEODORE.F returned receipted!

r A. MITUIEL.apolroB .\ARTHl D. BERWICK.
-. interested and I terui ..........................
write for particular, prices --
Got III_ >1UJMUs .
> '. Had MaadwrltlBK.
i : Bal'kbaWhat I like! about
PURE ,
f | M iit-uis.r: attributes the muddle I
Henry James Is the clarity of his style, :
.r o:'-li-rs ataterloo Napoleons
his iv*'rve f.>rc" and his absolute
"X.', -i '.c' I la-idwritng: : This wa the aasttrn -
4c REAL ESTATE ., .:. ":i of the writing\ master ofI..x> in the held of t'il gram and a.
A ( \ ., ti&ea Mr ('anMila -y. bat when
fruit Juices I! ;u .- I'!(a ais The eui)'vror never loot yes
DAYTO I\MPAHY il -.n.t' xejit by his bad writing; HUn it comes to the fut bail you know, I J
think WaKh has got him skina! to
irs! t.uld! never make out what be
l 1INSURANCElV ,.....,J, UememWr this Alexaodre, death.! -Chicag> Tribune. f i iKara h i

ai. i :.ate your down strokes honey
erved atClapp's : the H.aar*. :
aj y _n.r up strokes: light" Grouchy
IMIRPOIUTEI) t ., "When you get your grocerl! today." ,
vi -:area tv!, it during the! tattle l.r.a-
-4'" laid the\ butcher to ols: wife. "don't
got
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t r > k.! .1j! u t n.ale out whether
T Pharmacy : S that ':fte! j
grer ext door to
p" ._ '. I. nyLijp
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nTZOEp.\I.n. Prudent BERT FISH, Vice-I'resident. ', '- TV ; H'A .ot gagtee Jt ,
I Crawford: Why II /:)1011of., gain: + ] ta remain away In the c3.ntry to late?"* 'est..ae.ga; =ee "j lie <.u:.jertura.1y : "

{. CHAIiLLS: ;) S. IIAIJH1S; ; Secretary and Treasurer. : Cor Beach si and Orange ave 4 Crasshawi 'After -titinj a. summer at a fashionable retort the hat to ( real '>ate: g. '."J.1rew: Lang 'Why Because edt be she:teat CJed.(In yesterday. and \,
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SHANKS BUILDING ,tMNNNNdN.N.NNNd1.: go ts a sanitarium. i I borrowed an old pair of scale"

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Tie Way tk. T* tfcfcr i.k Wa at Tint TOE HERITAGE ef
Rr nr4rW.Cojic.o t THE ELLIS ESTATE :t ? S he Ladies'Roses ?

: CO. : ;: ciarle* a:1d irtier make .tia t ? . .. .._._._._. :T? Miller=Strohm Co. V
CONRAD GROCERY e : _:i ':' 1: !ur untrJ ate d'J.-t" rrcarat 1 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :. : : : : : : : : : -:-: :-: : . :

i i :mart from JumpiIl: t..oth- -. .. ....rn.l: .
Wbea Edward ElUs. cb Wles!' w-dow- There WP rp eight! pa.nf* ia tbe :i .
*' : -tt'nt'd faces and the Party loss! urres5ors to
lSu
1 ? partially blind be took into his every man wa ariaed. Gentiman Zi
:.11" ;>r'rod mizlt bare been M-rf'd
r : serrtee D ra Lara way. a.:e>i twentrtw Jofca, as ae was caioU.: had rol-lwl the PECK & FOSTER.
mX : > r<'sar their' turner, away years rffri
Carry Full and Complete .. ber dwire beiss that oC ccapanioa coccfa UN day tefvre and bid to .l U e
:, r 4'r n.0 ...tDI<<. s ice the
H* promised to tear tOr! driver to nay that he would reb the

oi Plain and Fane ; -are ': :!'a td was" little naderHood.al !WHK rtitn.- IK his will-be was ricb-bt sest: use to p**$ over the road. TJ.
Line : -li.i: : :lttfe oftw Jwf fl ftIt:1rr.1' : Groceries
t:. ...1 t 411 witboat bav.ns mad any will caas.laence was. thiS t U'ing the IItzter il and Grain.

tIt. Meanwhile Dora. .bo bad -n.lare.1 ett 'bat the sheriff. dtsa.-d a* *
-.iLv.ik i were known the
.' snhsttwt'rr him for ten year. bad PMWS! oat at |wr!*B. wa ia tt. and the tww..c..
r -" i< n >t altbovobi rough
.de at Oattew3 brr youth and fovad herself OB tt e en'' were Ofcjnwed depme But tbt-.r ;i ..
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JGROCERIESjBUTTER. ;: .' eapiQed. as ..au..u u ww.il
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known the :
not :o
of Identity waa pas
The :
Urii diapowttoa
-i .t.. )>--. ,piit an* peaniivd at ODe eM world for a ;
tj i *:.ff! :Sbroos frl 2*. Taathbrtrbe!! Etta' properprooueed to be peculiar. seaty.,
Oid like to tfai peutlrtnan r..J
--0-- 'T .' :: amt mtrodneedimp. ."" r>>;::a1"1..1 .e, wife a oaihL a brattier <* Aim[ see .. .... .. .... ... ... .. ... ... .. ... .. ..
: "u"rk..l'a ..
c.r: f ro ney. r.
apsBt ; any ay :
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'. \ ', ::. n'l rtit ... rtws would bar !aberitr :t an!! under the : :
: HibernUo. '1b.-, .ay l tl e"" ai ci.y : .i
| CLOVER HILL '.,t. hat r-H;. '..'.- !u n. r :'I't law. EUi bad bad niy '1IM' cfcild--* quJc-\ on the tmcper. tt a all kt-p '. + LirrJl : fa
.- ; ''. itraWe f 'r w ia''n -fUr Oil who bad gone t<> the pantli- i
4oer <>n mine tile while
X at L-H-.il' :n..riantthe !: Square Meal at a Heaxinabk i
L.r: :i.a.-r a Amenraa: war and was <>B toe tot ofkilled .. prize
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:"4IDe 3t a* dawn in Mai-i.: : .
.1.:.. : coI a iew Las this rntry befwce Santia, '*.
: : la Ut* Ogbttng ;
The Conrad Grocery Company : what I come Ruts K in the Uabit jfMit : Go to the :
| B.liit! a ToorUlinisli for aiy; > rani -, T'.Mft! being BU near relative to iafcrftt >' gun*." drawle. a lu&n .n .t \\r-.j.\\ '
.. .. ',--1 tnrtbet wtb o&litet'&t"r.. by
a : t the Ellis estate it wa pyuneed open

.- .' ". .;..-r -t"II;. and a w3w .'i It.'i'''. nlDueuaw.*. brimmed Ob. we bat.w>.o't tee GtaotI-'Lau JijL;.." : CITY HOT E L. i

'* _.." ._ : "l.1 .1.1 tPf'l' !Jt'f Teethe f tut .:u.l.1.n <'!a.maats came ;in great" number aid the supposed dt gtman. "Hetaa'i ; .

;; ,. .;Jr ett'ug h. UowP Tb tram far and near. Tbere was no unaaioiity .
the fool to give:I a>> wanua:. : "j\r.& \' .r r"r" i
i8te HPrbes may wil ?r.>v i tietwecn them. Path Mrivios: to
"He ;tie 'em warning the L>+ra- erilne
---- ---- aatnas.rntto; : ir 'Jumni_ w.h make bi. or bcr own claim i>arantoant.t ." said a ywinir frilow _u a L..;.;:. : U here you are sure to get it.QEO. :

are tesd'r. hot for the !>ras* tt te"''ni.-
I .illi.1111 .111 .Ilsslsl .ss .. ae4..N.srs.,+t. a ,. but a wily! Toy. barfly !ikt t.> war claim for scrrices. but was advteed : Set for bitn. but tbe nr t thin..ry .
the worth .-f ;its peic' and a<-arm i-5 irln- that sack claim would aet bold good !n H. \
kaew be the rod J .MATTHEWS. i
was on -x a.-a tep i \.. .
i Bat she nu..t law. 1
: J e7 tar trben w. bad. every one lMhIe.I'Pt1. Eterypse

is Not Slave it. bets; a new thittj late from .| D3 thotf ciaiimn a share of tEsestate ..a,;:er was armed. b. D.' ..tio .lart t .. .. . . ....... . . . . . ...:
who
Curiosity Ahvajs} France."" was a middle fete man draw
!toot called biaseir Leonard Ellis. He bad t
: la the faaoos eols t:on uf the tae stag trapped at a tavern, tae.
of Vetaey family a* w.i.J; he! toe from Sootb \m flt1. where be .. .. .. .
MT ,
door was opened. and a ;: aa "' .rh:1 Minnrnimum'iwurrtrin.wiwiiwin.iw. +iwrinnwaiiiR/wrni..o,...lv? y j .
toottl>TB5h is rrfefped t.> a* "an -iepant lived and. as no u&e had et er beard of birch of r .e- .D her hand was at-.u .i ...j

I It will pay you to ir.vfs :; ; tr l1!... DOW Md by the ;ad; H /}tFarts. tbe deceased oav.us a .-,-".at:\e in that to enter when be! drew bad "'"' > .t.!: :: A. -UBblOE F r... ,a
:
faraway wuntry. h. was looked op' nwitt Pvei4e.t :.,t.e.
bat abe wou.dn't tra et with :urn J ,
G t But when! wily Aom*. a ;.uitJii i iI sosi'ieioB.: He jeiu"rather disc -aeerted aione. aivatybe! .Ix.1! ujt ter the

.. the prices and quality cr cur !Ebeile.! wr At' G J !t to her : t-r ,oh l e had. at the ,iaaiur >l oa.ciaat and df>utiei>. w. Uo wr. .)n Ti.1** t>a. knt.. .j l MERCHANTS BANK j
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; Us.ncined > entt-r tae I lists.
-!Kant xl aputy >
;like she LnJoa tn> wfg and wbea they wer ;->.i *. I GROCERIES >? tiepti ._': .ts proving of :a.r!' thin The rva"*'D for !h.. was .uj'arentwben .a* -praij :at.a Tbeuavh.. .\- -iwr wa I j; : BriaUMI* Ct&cty Beak i

: :::!:r.': Ylk. Her watar.n.; dither be was a*k-i fr-iu "..hit: Ellis I he about to -.at b ;r'.r.f *L... -Jrvl rboaquft. :!- Capital :>toch | 5 ..... t

Aa'! .:-: br ugtit her ..}Qf'. s:..n3 w..l1 bad descended. H* :meal Leonard! The ., .. the hake? j
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considerable Elk. a .a tbv Kev.>iutioi arT > uno; e Per ul Liability .. .. .. .. ...... !* t.t', 't
h : We can save you ,'.::;d' :. :I capta.u coiiar ;akke i .i :t op and iiaaded .t to .
..B. des these. and r.? smaUeu. war TIN cvusuis boated tbe matter bcr. Sbe reve-.ved :t w.tli a !u..:... ......t TrOMCL a General C&nlt.iaf Bosutess. 1..
aad found that the *&,.1 Eiii! ted
... .;.'.-. ka brt. m* a new aiouth-l'pi>li ap taking Ruin the 'tui b the :argrst 1"'+.e.
: S s S st :::.:: .ir C -yT., 7" be wnXe. "lii ha. k lilt er !iwen njarr.ed.Siaee ,;ire it to bttn. He thanked b#*r and :. 4 per cent. Interest Compounded Qmirterly Paid on j :

1' ;.j.r. .-.:.yed very pretty withrer: DOD .If the oia.iuaats w> .4 pat :it to his a->. Then Tbe -.uv-r>*. .. '
'* "f tbv a.*.raed's Ua aa t i 8nn jr* Accounts.
the .j
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:.. 7- .-?->:e-! .stag sad -t.ffei.i watt Ucla wa.. reFum.'d. A*! to event. maaJobn. .. .
.. .. bou-- rlert-. ..i :'atller. *intro they
""V :LTL ("bl.! Jf d.UTHi w.i Utriprur ; .
W. CAJRROLL. .. ., ..d ."t.. the : safety D |Kit Bc..IH for Rent'Swawu
S. all w : hrd t. : .11 a j j-jf'i j
: f :.-;; T w. h. ; :;! w.i; HJa auy '.u* roe -a b.oi i.. uiofr :
.-. ......, ; r .,'JoOtlltl. ;'n..t.: .. .v. '- b. :t was. ds re 'I tbat l .ra Lara- e4?" ar'ked tbe +her.ff. fUbtng f-r --for- +../wluewwuuuyrtiy, yw.uuy uuwawuaawwwu.wuyunyalyy, :
r .ray -h.,uiai u.a.11 .a '-aars{.- Ueaa-
1 \ .": e .xpaii.on ..tluD.
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The North Beach st. Grocer. wL..r ire "fus.atMf .,Ufo y he.k.a.. u:' reldled the In"broan. "!Ir! --- ,'
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2t 'Jr 1:11:5: errata: :1:.zti :ra. 'II ;
FOR THE FOUSEYiiFE.! :. mo4-t ,.s ,. gJ rrl. It.- h .. 11.= !.., .. .e.ea.................... .*........**.*.--._**.. J.c J.
.leo-.r.n : ui 'Jif fr L-.4f tie bicget ; "

I: Ieai'b': t' \ U'.. e M-- : .ttt..r..1 not ruaika 4T .otl l 'ramaAll: iied Tj.-.r l jH ir! except u"Tbe th..o..n y "3 ay btr'-lo .n..b Turkey Hit f'irty.uae ." s ..1 ..
s Leonard E: :tla. wL., ..:..'r the ui-!
............IS1.s.... ....ISI .S.SsiISS.SSI.s. .... ::Jar con'r Out Ua a:.<..-.; .: 'ij-l 1 -iiu.id- of. 'hfi lrputr : GEO. P. JOHNSONCONTRACTOR I :

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j : MALLORYLINES : ..... ';'"-1 ia.f:y tai J.: ; .;- "S.! .' a' ;.-* .,t I'lrot' '''t": ..+ :0 the '!':'f'. I : DAMONA BEACtt. FLORIDA. is

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: SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPHESS -.:- ... '. ;. ....'........; '.aa...", :'41' "j .. .., ...1;; .._..... : '. ." ,,.,;e tt'a. ,r'hi '''.1 Jy ... !..::a." the Y... Sa .

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STEAMSHIPS. ,:-'"" :. : ., .. :-.i.-: : 'aJ' J-a..L it';: :' .t er "i'm "fr-..1 t.. .lath ..' TI..* we"> .

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Important .. : ... .- '.. .; :. _I _'. ._ ; -: .r i",.. .., ...iJ ititra5aad .. "It :D-L.na: haateoe; well! :'x s iNNaeC . .NN........ .. . . . ... ..*.*
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DI1U::" LEt E: J.tl Kx.,anti iLLEJLEBY: TH :>L Al 'l .-..: ; -:-.- I .. .w 'tti a'; ...D. A.-M1 :: was 5..tra lookt-1 l at .\ w U'lo' tbr>)mli; wh;< b a Bond Lumber Company |

,:>r* :>: vt>c LOWEST RATE? TV NEW YUBK .AMLi.: :. .l- : ': > v -ETH. 1.'./: :lrrx'af atiiL."- :1a: : ...i J bad who -..r arxt It. j.ut ':t down Hwi* \'lfA-TUtEl(5 OF .

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FAMi.f"S :>EA:: !I"L.nl.:" :>" M.a ii.iuj.i .* -;... 'A '_- f .""'[ E:... uot to pnes ire .a a fb s :uie'-e I ; TJf s>a To j"e V; .f ri! : HULOH AND DRESSED LUMBER ... :

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ck.'te. eta' a;: .. ..:...,.....,. ..:. : .... ..,. .:, ; ";.. be- .:.-:1.J for a prr.. t-.: -o-d bave e !lan.''l to "'je ui CMAS. DA\15. i. :: t "\. :::-:. : i.a : ,. ": : :;.j:..! .. .; ';;" ,;.,e .3 ahead: at :a..u< .. ;-v zi d '.r..dIHL.; .:' reiaan: she! a" JtntrGr: :. ,
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'. :'. .a .-..: .: -:.... ; y the'tt.aa-d ah ..-::..2e,1a the:V I3w: windofn.ns .-.*...L rae frs- : K...: a..".. ai "5IIfore Brack f-tr FE-I' HT:
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and LIVERYC. :. '.. .s- '. '... .- .: -. ; .> red :.) tit.Ei.. ; r 'j'; .':. .\:! ,t.. .-t ,. :. 7M !<-..n*-l ,t* +tub saber Manufacturers 'r

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E. JOH>STO>, Propr'ttor H.aida, __4a. .ir.iu,; r ...... ... r- '..,- !- -.. i. -.- .,: '.-: :..:,..1.a:1 attempt to Window and Door Frames i

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f, I Lave the L'ra; L. ---7 u. tie L .\ a./i : .. : .- STL-- .; -f ::&tfa5 b for i: ;'...iter Tbe L. .. -.- -ff ed s: :...r .".;.;-...:&giy; :sad nude an eft -

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'Phone 27 Opposite Public >.howl l '. '. -'' .: 1 .t ..:.: --.H OII E:::" aa.l EJ-'_r-i Elii: tan ardndfa 'tt '.. ;..z:.' 'lP ....: r.-4t !l... f.-::+- r21. i t.-, l.t.t-r. K.,ic Ba 1. 4a., '. r >'i r. ; W ..

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EVENTS. -

.-. you want bargains in t Mrs. O. H. I'ayneisvisiting wiLl"JUDGE HILBURN RIVER I MISS KATHERINE A. CRAWFORD J -

", .... or to rent a house, see friends in Palatkah .
;'? the Hub Cafe 107 North Teacher of Voice and Piano. -

'-- !iflft better watch for the ping t[I WtNon, of DeLand, was a AND DRAINAGE. YACHT CLUBAdopts .. ,
Studio Clark's Studio.
> catalogue houses and over .
,0 0" I Daytona ,visitor Thursday.
Wallace of Ormond, was It It lit It It It
eta make good. That I Address or phone Seaside Inn, Daytona -
;. Rev James Slant\MI, of Ormond,
.. '>>iDe'a something to. }'ou. Thursday. I A Forceful Arraignment of the Drain- Memorial Commemorating the Beach, Fla.
was a Monday visitor t ) Datcna -
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{ f L. 11. RQWE & Co. Sewall of Miami has age &heme Made by Judge Hi-! Deaths of Chas. R. Oliver, Thos.L. -

i* set Kellar day from.hi-5 summer !spent' in New
:: wi Daytona friends Mon- York. Through; A misunderstanding; in dates At a meeting of the Halifax Rive of

-.,,: -'f e da.r. R. Rix and daughter have: the Hon Frank \\ p"ptf Jack.( ) Yacht l1ub. luld October :31, IOC., the. Gymnastics. i

of from a pleasant ,visit with A tin poun.1 1 boy came to bless yule, failed to arrive for his engagement following memorial was adopted, com On or about Nov 1st, 1906 Miss Ads .

1i.J.E. MicHer are the at Joliet 111 the home of Mr and Mrs J. H.Gwinner at this place on Thursday evening, and meuioratiDg the deaths of Charles R. Anderson, of our city who has been attending '

; -,,& .. dge and Mrs J. Lee .I :MondavTntil Judge b. J. Hilburn <.f Palatka, formerly Oliver,Thorn L Rodgers and Frank E. the School of Physical Education -

DeLand. f place in the Mate law partner <.f Hobt W. Davis Bond deceased late members of the this summer taking the normal -
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...- is at Wray's L'1-U April, upright j piuus in 'lIra-< sent in hi itea'i. M. ny people i club course, which includes both theory and -

:: ; ..new novels at Clark's I after I l>atoua will IK timed for two dol here were an\i>t pleasing feature of practice of educational Gmynaaties of ;
,,_ I IJr. Mm J. C. Herman arrived I but after Judge Hiibuni masterly ad- Xnirricuiiotial life is the feeling of good the Swedish System will open a school '
d l )lr ..T. Fred Brown hate larsat'ray's.. I-It!
: o< t and are again; occupying drev tlui-e pr Miit expre8thein- i fellowship that makes portable the existence for the instruction of same at the Armory -

_il.*** are again occupying on Volusia avenue Judge J. Lee MtCrory, of De- hes a* being satisfied with the change cf social club and fraternal socie- No extra charge for those wish i

peninoula home. Land, spent Wednes,lay looking yf "peaker I ties. \ social club is an antidote for ing to take instruction in Club Swing- I
Thomas, of Atlanta, father About one hundred \tIters wvre present I the worries and anxieties of commerciallife log. For information in regard toterm. i
A. Millar Monday after legal matters ill I laytoiia.
:Jr Jatherine Thomas the real estate when the armory was finally .
of Theo. Sengstak a pretty N. Y. that gentleman and Mr and :Mrs B r'. Ney, cf Bos, at eight o'dot k, after a chase of over I of liberal views and broad minds. Nothing \DAA\DERSON,

.-iI goutb Rid wood.Jl will at this place ton, arrived Thursday and are at an hour in trying to locate the kej:s. could better illustrate this fact than Beach Street, Daytona.

Through !'<)nie tni>>under!l:tnding no one the lives of our brother yachtsmen who Clashes will commence Tuesday next. I
has home for the in their Second
: : len II. Whitmore ar- winter
J. of Atlanta, Georgia, .M.-enied to have had charge of the open- having; recently completed the voyageof -- --- --

i* chicago and is again ocit.u rived the yacht Columbia," is I avenue cottage ing tf the building!: and it was fully an life, crowing over the great ocean of THE DAYTONA KINDERGARTEN i S SAND

;; winter home on Pal- will have his yacht ready :Mrs\ George II. Matthews( arrived hour after j 1Jt'C.ple had eommenred to time, have bravely and triumphantly I
home gather before the hall (iukl be opened sailed into the haven of eternal rest: PRIMARY SCHOOL.
ue. in a few days. Wednesday from a ,visit to
..f/III.. Many had gone home in the II1f'antime. where we all pray that propitious winds ,
relatives and friends) in :Maine and
{A!Moore Brothers Company day sells Flexible Carbon whuh autiunt-i for the meagtrnes of and favoring currents will bring our ownmodebt Located on Hay Street.BELLEABBO1T1IYNES.

'fclB&i for kdle8' waist8lira. stops leaks and makes Massachusetts( the crowd! crafts in the fullness of time.

Henry N.hmidt. ill a few well chosen: "The end crowns the work,"and when
jad > S. lleyuian are again new, at the Novelty Store J. B Moore and family arrived Prin. i
word. introduced Judge Hilburn whose our brother Charles R Oliv er. Thomas

their winter home on R Stillman has arrived in Thursday frt m Hartford, ('onn. attitude w:w dignified and courteous: L Rodgers and Frank E. Bond, waived I

1 l...jiue, after a very pleasant the winter and will con much to the delight of their many and who- arguments were logically and their adieux to us and stepped with con DR.V.. A. GOVE, ';

Belmar X J. ment Davtoua friends. forcibly pre 'ntt'tl.The fidence on the shore of the Great Be-
at Van Dorn
.vipent House
during speaker j stated that he wanted toeonider jond, we feel that their lives: were lived Dentist. t tOtfj'e
p./ W. II. Gardner andWier. under the name of The I Mr and Mrs T J. :McMurra arrived .
:Ifad! Mrs. two feature t f the COM The for the good of others, and that the

,Miss Ethel are again in I Wednesday evening from Marion inexpediency cf the Mhetne and the un world is better oil for their having lived : cor KiJgewood and Volusia.

the Ohio, and are again occupying: wisdom t If granting such a board Out in it.
after a pleasant summer A. Newall and daughter PHONE 89. .
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i their winter home on Ridgewood. of the mouth of the Go\emor I condemn It is fitting to connect their names in 1
..Ii){ackinaw Island, Mich. last Newall are again occu the .chellle. lie admit that instead one memorial for. though differing in

"Kminallj'a Fine Candies-fresh Ridgewood home after The attention o f the readers of tf: the land l>eing yours it i H how their manners and mental characteristics DRS. ATWOOD &RAWLINGS t

week at the Atwood Phar- of two years, during the Gazette-News is called to the in litigation claimed by the railroads. they were yet alike in many of Physicians and Surgeons.

ell they have been touring new ad. of R L btnitli in another Ir[ there was a loud on forty acreof tW- iluiit nts which make good men.

:s. globe. column. Mr. bnuth is a hustlingreal land that you inted to buy would you 1.cv: were sociable, modest; strictly Dr. Atwood office, No 2 S. BidgewoodJr .
not wait until the title had len tkarcdxfore honest, industrious kind to their fellows
.... F X. Conrad 11 T. Con- store I estate agent, who believes in Raw hog.office over Gills's drug store
Hamilton Brown shoes investing in it* Should the peo- charitable, doing for others many good .
dial J. H. Allen spent Thursday Mr I the efficacy of printers! ink. pIe collectively) not d" just a.- they things and kind acts. without the hopeof
and
ad l shooting in the vicinity of I misses children at woul 1 nuluulu.ilh i Is it not iiiex|>edi- fee or reward They were all good C. C. BOHANNON !
are ( Company. I I'id U rt's framed I to order; new
few Creek. They returned with I lit to drain lands that tony at I:int be in<'n. and to the members of this clubit
home lines! t I f moulding just coming ill at 1 1I Physician and Surgeon.
.aIw"fl W LirJs. : by has rented his three I turned <'\t."r to the railroads* If tin H a source of pride to have been associated -
at Buiiesovelt)' More I court decides the lails the with them
<< belong to Office the Atwood PharmacyBeach
Orange avenue for the I over
.' night was Halloween A railroads I say we will have not onldrained .\ It is therefore the sentiment of (" 'erylIIenlbt.'r
; to C A. Luce, of Urand! I new cement M lew ltd(he small boy was out in force them but along comes ( overiior of the Halifax Hiver Yacht
laid! ill front of the At wood Phar-
and boxes ran {' ; another to It Jroward and gives them o\er t<, the Club that in the deaths of these broth- Telephone No. 74 -

gong windows piling up ( BradJock, Pa and a : mat) and the stoie of the :Moore railwli ds.Ihere. I ,'r! we have emmett lost thue personal: ------- --

Ir.!: No particular damage lots of; fun was&sebattheboyshad Shapp, of Hartford, I Brothers COlUl'an) { During the H no wia
: past month several hundred feet of in the orgimc I law a b.slyaevuurmtabk! to I | IIIf'll1bt-rl. arid as a mark of respect -
ida nobody, handling nuHions t'f d..l/lI's./ If to their memories we direct that a Physician and Surgeon
*7W Globe is reducing stock pre- : cement walks have been laid in 1>3)-
ation home.'I'J'r T Cullens, piopnetor of fastened in the < to anti will tona all of winch shows commend Special attention to l>ls &.fof tbe
Mntorj moving jou from Hi,tel, Jacksonville! I quire :i resolution to change it. It"ill to entry of this memorial, and
able L\ E, EAR THROAT and NOSE ;
bj tome) rare bargains improvement make a great JK htical machine |pcrpetu-I that the !&'mrsbe published. in the I E I York lat Friday from Office and residence: No. 101 Magnolia
Ha' week the city clerk mailed of an operation.| ) The 1 de to)' tRrs are now in the market. ating itself m I"\\'r. The legislature corner Palmetto avenue
I cannot call UJH.II. them to show up. ----- Telepbone 82.
Ek to ill propert holders who owe one of the lust known \ou will find them ill all popular Monej |)ow"t'r is II tlangtrous thing in

"citl: for mowing and cleaning \ II in the State anti was a stales at Mill's. Hairy) Lunch politic It tle not alwa) .>'a tloiiimate II W Ball, who owns a pleasant
T. E. FITZGERALD
become liens but ordinarily' it will. The objtttf dome on Second avenue is building
i.: These claims Elk. \\ W. I. "\tlwith has resigned his only
the heme i> to build ui> it IH,htnalnuiihine a twelve or fourteen room addition ATTORNEY AT LAW
and should be
the
qn property Furnished-My( home : position as tender cf the South ."'
dren I to his house! Mr I Ball conduct a
paid dpnsnptly. avenue is one- of the ; Bridge and his: jlace'} haM betu .filled I Judge Hilburn tl. t-f lt sumrm hotel at .\sbur Park, N. J.
: ) Associated with
Dr.1. H. Pierson returned Monkjfrom te housed in the city I b)' T. F. Kelsey.. Mr I I.t."th\ith now |'owtrful appeal| to the |>ct'pit <.f litona \'-
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LANOIS & FISH
an extended visit to New ) convenience. has charge of the construction if to vast thtirot.- agiiri-ttttelnin- I
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DeLana. florid.Special
Ilk and his former home in Vir- Hid (1:tu.: II LIIM w. !: the Port ()range Bridge .\itt-i that I II age; .\titeridmentHigh Anthony Bros. facilities for naminlDI(land titles .

pk i The doctor reports aery \ !'> compltted lie will act as inspector I Oftce in Shanks block Peon.124.. Jit '

dance held at the of the four School 1 Notes. -
the I bridges'For
.jontil* vacation. lie has opened under I Silas! B, Wright. 8.:B. Wright,Jr t -

l.-iti. of offices in the n'!w Conrad'Sgger ing a lay evening '; Rent: -5-room furnished at i The High School will becn' OutfittersTo WRIGHT & WRIGHT V'
of the Halifax Rifles _
tory : glad. to receive an geological -i .
g. tage, west bile Palmetto near Cedar i ii ) S.JHHImeiis

and better loaves at the ters .attended: present, h\ent-nine Music was i street, clean anti homelike; JJjMJfor ? :; ( : ,, that generously inchnc l JKH Men.\ Attorneys-at-Law. I,

tytou tf : Mrs Davidson and the sea*>n. Apj,ly to nov agent tIe may be willing to donate toay Office in Telegraph office DELANO.S.H.GOVE Ii
ery. by II
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day or Otto 11. Wl'L'wr. I II bits are especially: dtbired I

Mn.Ceo F. Brown and daughter the Punch was served I The Parliamentary Club held Sole Agents for H. :
\ ictor Brains, formerly of the I
EaJeaur arrived Friday of last is Lily Water Call at thvir first session for the year, < nOit I I1'Hlnrr.

vaksad&re again occupying their add light plant. I Gleuwood Hotel, Cat,1..iHount.1in'j'1: : ( :2!(Iilh, The program was de- S. & M.\ Clothing. .\ bULDtR: AM CONTRACTOR t!
has U': !>t.41 l the I I II ttidem-e and office northeast corner of !
W toted and and
1&the. corner of Second and to artists their works, ---- -
writes from Wau which he will o{cn to the public on Ridge ) and Yolnma avenue :
%5ood avenues. Guy 1. Brown I many copies of works of art were
Isl in J. that he will '1'uestlay, Nov t;. :\1 r. Bramson! is a I I hone bt>. Florida
Daytona
panied them from their Michi- I, exhibited UeMarsh: ( Mr Lud- .. i
Daytona with a line of thorough hold men and will no ---
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PI kae but expects to return new (! :i wig, and Mr I Uodgirs give interesting .
Sor&Terj shortly In the meantime if I doubt keep the Parkinson up to its Ii IiI i talks to the dub D. AND C. M. ROGERS i I 1

it in the best automobile on the I former high !standard: CIVIL ENGINEERS
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Ban bargains at the Globe durIjthe all -the REO- I l
A purposes I Geo I E. Babcock n 3\cr of Key Birthday Anniversary.Mr Ii, ,, _
Block reduction sale Crouch who can sell : ) DAYTONA and T
pre- the West, and F. B Cox. of the same and :\lrs".1. 1Hush: enter ; ....- w'---I.'' Offices ) MIAMI, FLA. j :
PWtaj to moving. and deliver it
La place, w ere Ha'tona ,visitors yester.terday. : tamed a number of relatives and 1

!Mwird Q. Harris and daughter, and These gentlemen are circulating friends at dinner Sunday l last, at Every man who Daytona Office Established 1875. r

,OeJa departed Monday for the Bakery will supply along the hast Coast just to their home on Bay street, ill ('('lc- I Fred E. RanKin

Bfotare! home in Denver Colo- this hot weather tf show that they are interested in the I Lration of the sixU-eighth anniversary -: once tries aStetson t

IGtITi. Harris already being in went' Coast all,1 1 desire to be remembered of the birth of Mr I Hush Expert Accountant, Books Open-
to
E. trench over
ville
I ed Closed
.1W. Mr. Harris and family week after a new Cal-, by any of the Divtoni, peojle who! I II. I II I father, lev.: f:. W Hush, (.f Port Hat or Adjusted. I

."Men residents of Dayt na for that had been I I.nm visit Key West I Orange.. : But >7'2: Jacksonville Florida. +

**J jean and it is with lulus under It was a '!1t-asant gathering anJ fertile S.
profound turn that point for the Day- I Young IIi )' arsshoull i : B. IlulbarJ Jr. Citi

Jrp&.that& their friends witness Transit Co. He drove rt.'ai carefully I the a 1 I. of the ; the bountiful repast; wa-i cnjojed to wonders why hedid'nt and Hunt Trust Bank of Co.J.M.knunvilk'. and others,People Bank
6eir the the reverend
deIWture. O : utmost, gentleman,
from Orlando through Gruber- Iorris Hardware Com pan). 1 1i

'bout Red by way of Apopki and A handsome little range', one on himself, fully demonstrating the do so Daytona Pressing and
the loth of this month years
wet i truth of the old story of the fondness -
Snore The company expect lither which you can cook, will be given i | Cleaning Establishment.
into our new room with a to the one presenting the greatest : of preachers for the '(.lIuw-
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soon. La lien anti Gent clothes cleaned
-plelo new stock of jewelry, cut number of the a,Is. of[ this firm legged ehicken It is h"i>ed Mr ago. press'ii
and afro dressmaV. : .
dyed !
l**** silverware It will pay sired. Leon Llleiiwood\ is having clipped from the a/ette-News! Hush may be !spared to be present | og
J*to which he Ask friends allow "OU'to \" BfcVJAttIN DE LYONS
wait and see our new stock.Gto Cherokee, re your to at runny another like l happy as->eiii- e are now
II CLASH enlarged bv cut- I cut the a,Is, from their papers blage. i 4'>7IVach St.., Daytona Ha. I

R. L. I two and adding a t-: Judge: John L Hopkins, of Atlanta I showing the new 'liO AND :&hb k |tt

.. **wtomobiles have begun to last making her total length I purchased the Ptter-, property I

!f!; far the coining winter season, with he sav'swill give her on Xlrth.lillg: ''Ol1tl _;venue, First Pleasure Craft of the Season Fall Styles. Chas. Kost i\

*"*beaooves the city to get the home tion of being the largest I the consideration being l ;,5(10.( I The hou..eboatIcora, owned b\ !
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**in The deal was coiisumated throughthe !: J. 0 \Vynn of Atlanta, armed
J. dupe Just at present is ri"er. The work is: be W E. Thomas .\ en'y. This : at D.1jtoD.TUt'da), being tin ANTHONY BROS.Bingharn&MaleyCo.. I\ the Sanitary iua Keliable: I t

ny IUDP8 on the streets are the McDonald boat vard property is one of the finest on I IRulgewood 'I
"' first craft of the tt. Painter !
pleasure :season
1l1H1oying F. : Paperhanger
to automobiles and the Yankee Doodle : avenue and will be used ,

"" !ho ride in carriages Good on to the wharf at \olu-ia bv Judge H>pkin-. who is one of i enter this port It. is a very haul
\ Ulantas prominent jurists. i' some \essei comfortable and roomy I i
[are Me of Daytona's pnntind Lma. is putting them in trim as: a and Decorator. [
winter reMdt-uie The property The Alt-era truised down from Sew
: & should always be This business. .\Itl eth- was owned bv .Jacob dmiliib York stopping at various plaits I IIi h ( tiade Comfort P. O. Box Si, DAYTONA" |

Superb condition. tages have unite a fleet at his of Pittsfield. Mav. who I .
( a year ago : She was en route about a month and IHanktt... prt'at1i... Ph', aKo
purchased it of W II Peters
::.'Ike JOur wife or sweetheart a I is bound' for the lower Eat:: Couwlure ->t. Shl'l't; and PIllow l.'acs.: i
a THE
as FINESTBATHS
fresh -. --- her will board h.
II' unnalll'S Candies ======------ owner r

L.:_ every week at Atwood .. "M M *. *****. Captain I.eon \n of Daytona i.- u

I eoiiimaud The boat is i>" feet 1 I. 'rig
: ON EARTH \
: = and 1 !:! ieet beam She i ledriveim I)\
L.T1! shipments of new rnaterrjoatbeen a --h.rse; pI\TereDwne and drau3feet F''lt' MEN '\\\\UMLN: .':5c;,

i received by the = of the best ion>tuuted buildings in I Dajtona); (louited :: : Her speed is a little ,-\','rI LILY 5;
: .. hhwa Company. Amongi : I have to offer one WATER .,
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*' 1 I' miles hour. "-h lighted l
an is by
face. 48x150 with 20 foot alley in uar. T be Beat H.ur f.r T.bl lel"M //
I i of type received is the Beach Street; Lot ; 1
in center of city on tlcitiKitand haaa up-to-lat'

l 4 _Ctalon Old Style which is is paying !9 I per cenl. net Teim to suit puuha.er.!, Me me e eat e'juiplllent throughout. After Ash ELEckR4c4iotlYA. ;
Ut.ensh"ely for job printI This properly
= : .rt taj at DajlonatheAlcora' wireMitiK :: ,
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I reminder would *L
we sug- her journey southNotice. .;
If ..buainess men look over once. Jf :
I i' of W. E. THOMAS. The "E 1ER.ICH" Pilbws are fi leJ -
stationery and teleOUette.News Tailor ,
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,L t wri pare dea:1 a-J oiloi.e feathers : L. Reid, the
..' what they Insurance and Loans. The annual stockholders'meeting E&n: feather, are used to pr,;perly fil:1

,J' ,. will send a man post = Real Estate, of the L,(uitable Building and Loan the ticking eoverpillow not properly 16 again ai the Globe clothing store :.

l! your wants Company of Datona. will be held at nade cr LIed:: taaaot give satisfaction Ii and n prepared to do your tailoringin
f'new TilE EARTH. Eerpa.r of "EMMERICH: : Pi:lows is
of = "I SELL the ffice "f the t.vmpan IJ""' South : f farst-class hape Repairing and
process ironing sweet ad pure. uud is guaranteed to
: i i we give you a chance I I Beach street Tuesday NovembeiOth I| g\e: eat:re al.sfact, or money re pressing a specialty Give me a

S|10Ia collars out. uUUHUftHUUUUd at 1 p m, tended .;.al) i t you want good workAL .

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First Oct. 20 last pub. Dec. III) SALE.
Precinct S ie. 4. pub. ; SHERIFFS
I et al.ejectment; Craig Phillips for plaintiff -
CIRCUIT COURT 11. F. Lungrcn, Daniel Blackwelder, Notice to Debtors and Creditors.In Execution'I
Landis & Fish for defendant. of : i
; \\'. S. Broderick, Inspectors, and Cha. Under and by virtue an
L l'. }I. Bennett. Thomas II. Keat- Jones, Count) Jud,,; 'tt CourtIn issued out of and under the weal of the AtI
. i NEXT WEEK. ing, assumpsit: J. Lee XltCrory: for plain- I Clerk.Precinct No. .>. and for Volu! tiff John E. Marshall for defendant.J. P. XL Higgins, J. W. McBride Riley State::) of Florida.In in a 6uit pending in said Court.
; Cues and \V. II. Hill.Clerk. wherein Charts. Blum Co. I if; complain.
) KKK \ )(. Dickinson et al. vs A. A. Bun- ;' Inspectors Precinct No. 6. the Matter. of the ant and J. A. Jackson is defendant I Fy:11h

: Calendar and the Names of nell, a.f Harriet E.: bate lei H-d upon ae the properly of the
The Court Miseuer i dl\'t'I1 <4'tJ.
I ; Stewart,, lily for defendant.IXra Prevail, Inspectors, and .\. .\. Frrpa-ttn:: said defendant and will sell at public
Those Who Will Serve as i Clerk. XotHT- lIt'n.'b't'n, ; that the undersigned ] auction to the Lifibedt and best bidder
llinson and John Itin:-ou. her Prwinct :\o. ;. lint UVD appointed by the County for rush in front of the Court (House 'AIZk jt\
-t Grand and PetltJurors.The husband, v s. Atlantic Coat Line Railway C. C. Chapman, H. V. Bennett, Chas. Jadir.'of 1'olu'ia County. Florida. Administrator door in IVLan.l. in sail county on / riF
assumpsit; Stewart& Bly for plain XIcNary, Inspector, and 'L. II.( Bennett, I of the Estate of Harriet f:. 11.'Ii""'. THK FIFTH DAY OK :Nol'E+rnF:n.A. .
fall of the Circuit Courtof dfea.of! said ronnty,
term tiffs J. E. Hartridge and J. W. Perkinsfor Clerk. I iMiwner. late I). 194)t.,
Volusia would ; Precinct \o. S. I all.lllal4 duly '|ualitied) as Much ada.iiin- during time legal hours of sale, tin fol ,
county ordinarily defendant. I trator. .\lIrl'' lit<>n'. .legatees, dii-tribii-, ., to-wit e .5 f
\V. A. Cove, J. U. Cole, II. F. Dou ; +< / I.Jwinjl.I..rILt't1 1't'1\1..tat. : ruei w
convene next Tuesday, but that date I Lucy Butler vs. Atlantic Coast Line la.:.:c, Inspectors, and Jas. Kineai l,Clerk tees. and allllt"r"ull" liarinir claim or West thirty-five (.V.) feet of :North j ir- r h s.
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being election day Judge Minor S. Railway, assumpsit; t same attorneys as Precinct No. 9. leniaiMlH against tlw cai-1 estate are niiietv (!H)) Wtof Ijotsevfii (TMJrwn's) 1 I .
H. F. Johiiaim, T hereby notltie.1 to prew-nt the sure Snlr.lieisi.lnotLsteelren(11)" ). twelve 4E
Jones has ordered its continuance preceding case. XL John Bang Yehingtun. Inspector;: and J. B. autlnti"it. to tlie .:ii.l..r..igne.l ",..1111)1 (1-J: ), and thirteen (M). I'.Wk tiftythrw .
James X. Robarts Peninsula: Bridge | l'a"1 from the. !WHIH-" "' !
twu11' ilafe or (:.:1.1) fM.vtona" : alIxitn tirnrt)
until the day following.A I Company assumjx-it\ ; I'. XL I lVnntt Clrrk. Pret-iiit-t No I 10. I forever. Uirml.! 'i and four (U> of Hl.uk) four ((4)). JSrwii'.. : (iqe1io;
grand jury has been drawn, as and Pope Poire\ for |4amtitT; Stewart J. J. Birch, Gtvrge K. Xlendell. XL A.Bnmson. I ril.\UUl-4 M-NAUV. :Sllb .In i"ioll of lots eleven ((11)) r .o .- ; {
and Leo rUher.Htrk. ltniiti.-trator tow K-iate of Ilur-i twelve ( I1): ) nisi thiMe.ll' (1:11.) lls/ck
I I is the general custom once a )'ear.J vt lily for defendant.Ella Inspectors '
tic.t K: 11..n'r. ti'ty-three (Il). all! 111 Uatoua.ului.i "
J Those who will serve on the grand A. )l.uten'CnInly heir at law of Precinct No. 11. ltatV.1 Flori-la.Ot. If* 1NI' County, Fk>ri.li : ;
Christian XIartc-nsen, t't..t"tol'J'S.: Cynthia W. C. will I be sol hi to atiefraft
and petit juries are as follows: \V I. 4 au. .>. John Dyall, - ---- -- I Sail: | \property < I ; :
1 C. Bennett, ejwtroent; Iaadis AFLh ; I Homw 11I"\lfl'tnr"" \ and L. II. Barker ..It'nfion Girt f'U..t. I'urd..t"t.rI
H. V. Bracty, :S.: A. Brad, )(-k, Ki ... f .
Nov.
for plaintiff; I. XL B 'iif*|t fur de.l1t>tk.I < t Inc pub <>vt. 1 : I last pub. j pal f" for tit r
, G. XI. Kent, T. 1) Ilarptr, Precinct N<.. I-. late..1 the third day tlf' h."I..r. 1Hai! i
. E. French, E. E. Sylvester, I fendant. I XL C. (\>flf'. J. It. YVik-ox, Jas. IVn- :Notice For Publication J.1 It. TFKNEK.S I -",
Peter Smith, :Samuel: Flowers, n-tt. In'l't't'tor and 11. J. dally, v i-rn. "t'I"\ftlll..nt| of tin Inh'rj"r. I.in>] I : >,,- V.. i.iii CiMtity Four Sailings K -h1 e'k
t Pntinct No13.. 'illilnllt'Ia.! .. 4 ht. N. 1!1I1t.. 'I I
iO \\11 :-KE: (>lti.vat
Jones E. R. Drake,
Bedford BKTWKKNJACKSONVILLE
\V. <;. XIo(>n. Jack )Mitchell U S. :NotN-eiM i!" Iwrvdy gitfii tli.it .Mary 1.1vii.'ui.ofItietotulv :. i r
A. A. Brooke, T. F. Curtis, White. In 'iM-tors. and! Manning Iknut Florniii. ion ttktlitoliiv r
11. BlarVwelder, C. B. Odum, Chas. Kost it. Clerk. of her int..alu"II to make liiuil ] EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. and NEW: YCB&aliiiiK .

A. W. McKenzie, J. T.Clake. i I Prerinrt X... It. I live )1'1" prod in !xiiiN" >rt ..( ln-r rliiim.viz I.1 Jud's I'oiirt, t at f'll r"tun.! S. (' I.?I It \II 8)1\.
A K. In ""111.'
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J. T. Jrtfrie George 1I..tt'/.A.I N :C..l.Isa.isJruoeiry : .
E. G. Undberg. C. T. Kluktr.P. P. Mac I \ : Fntr.v. <> Yoliiaia ronnty. Fla. THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE
and L. \\nf COASTWISE
: tinSiiiiiuirx:; : uiui lieliablf: Cooley, In"lJ<"Ct.tN. lit r.Hi.'i, for lot 1, >*rtkui In the matter of thf K!.- SER tCt,
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Z. Bennett, M. Higgins CUrk! :trl. town.hip ", !eolith" range XI '
I- J. P. Ditson, J. J. lmanu.l.s. : I I.William I. Precincto.. 13.: I Wlst ainl that sill| \pnwif will i I... liKltje ; llf tatf.-.NIMtli of Chat. VV. \tlltllcl.l' The Clyde New England and Southern l ibes.Direct
Painter ILL.
lt Paperhanger
Hunter. I
W. Bishop, Kla: > I.. F. Oo.lum.ldricl1 << 1..'onSan.iHl: l U. irIan. Clerk\ Cin-uit ,, .
r | |p /. Clifton. ln#|,>c dorl. ndhrown. hawse.{ I V-I-'ui-l.. Florida Nov. ":i.1Hsi. i NotH-e. I"! hr. -li> KMn that tlw rI I S-rvicw |Ref! u I', I.JAChSONVILLE i.
(Court at on
Joe Railing, C. X. it.: John I Clerk. I .j.c.1: l lint.lieu. nppointe' l hy thel'ouu rt. I III
; Judg.l of \ llIIIOoi.t ('''"lIl.''. FlorMla. BOSTON AND PROVIOCNCX.
E. Dadc.
Geo. P. Johnson, J. and Decorator. Precinct Nt> 10.
: B. F. Cokrurd. (Vo.VtnHlwanl. :She luunrr tilt f..II.Iill.c:. itIH-SM-M' -s til II Kx: .r.suture IIf UK- \\ ill of ChurfcV.. .\r. AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
Ctailbrcath
The civil docket\ is as follows: I I C. S. and B. B. Jut- phlle her. t''lltlllll''II' n sidrrlse, "1"11I.1lI,1 nold. dnwiM-d. and l allr...Iitllr... !lsgt.. i i ('"mIIK lit t"llur.I..u: Hot Ii 11aes.SEMI .
:I Box 81 D.\\' :" \ inspectors\ l -nltiviitioii' of. tlw. laihl t iz: I I *
P. O. ; SAIU\OS.
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and all itsrkloll
K. H Ropes vs. Eugene Yumirtj'< I. II, Clerk. ties. dif>tril>ut fN [HTMIM* | 'wEL6Lv :
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K. E. I __ 1'0FI""I rt l'ramcto.. 17. Mik lU-vt-ls.; of i Uri.> tuts'.1lnrirtt. | +" ajrai "'t !Mihl .Ttat.. af IIt'f.."y'iMitititil i Southbound . . . . . From leis'hl'f.' .
assumpsit; Hopes :apiH-aritiK/ I u i I. J. :MclK.iKiUI. of Port OraiiiHit. poi
1-- to present. I IB* wimi- to UK! iin- 1 Northbound . frcm foot CatttriaeI ;
G.Ltonardy
; S. II. kirk: John street. Jac .,
himself, and George V. Walker :attotu > is or i : : J. A. IWauvtlt J. U.I Mar.h. t rf Port Ora. Fti.J. I ulltl..III t'a'.I. within i.
i HFAVt I t I XL Carpenter "'r..i.tIl..J; duly ,
and (; .
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I Mi l'iOPLl: Insictor C.Poigell.44lhrtoter.'
for defendant.E. \VOKII1Y\UL 'j'tu II jejirnfroiii; thi. date, or th.- same I
CLYDE SI' JOHNS[ l.lVtK
.. U. RUlll\:-IN. LINE.'
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,. \ *.... r r''I i n II' Clerk.Precinct I will Iforver l.ariv.1.
E. Ropes v Eugene Yauili rpooi' II" ; y r..I.l .r'. .. ,,, ,. No. IS. Ilgirtar.Ill .
nlat.r' 11'111.01 'h Ir nr r' .1 I :M I of ().t.. 1f4lti. Between Jacksonville and
same attorneys as _'. .-j I I'n.ln.tUII.I. Thus. Ca'eSr. C. 1'. \Vett>erH, .\. .. Dated I this day Sanford
trespass; prwetitni! : I Hull. M :"" d. .irr ll l n.l" I : fee .1.
R case. I' a ..... a.o." LNI .I"I I .. H' .'Ih'". ..-I. H. Carter In.-pcctors." and C..1. Gould - -- NANCY ELLJXItOLIJ.: :STOITIM AT I'I.TK.STUR.. sr HUM' i L... BERESFORD (DWJJt>
era OKY It HALI. 'II" : Or re/t. !' filler*+ i ('Wrk.i XI'llltlitT.| Y..rn't.1I.1tOLIJ and! Int.-rmwliat Landing "ii ;ST.; Ju1\SIIVEH( : ,
; Maggie Stockton and James Stockton tidere0d.0s., and prol'uhi. Fortune auarI U. ARNOLD.iaiwiville. .
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altlerrt.. I'''''T Dr I.A\ M 1:11e.I : rlOl' ". i I'rer'incto. 19. 'Indies Lath; at the eltvtrirplant. light
her husband vs. City of Ik-Land, damages I J. E. Cads, Gus. Hags-trom, Haynjoml.Moody I I (; Florida.'I Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"uf

I s ; J. E. Alexander and F.V.. Pope, 1 _la.-Ala. Bus._ College, Macon Ua.NOTICU. I I 1 Inspector" and S. E. Smith. Pros.tI t...r.I ... upp.nubdtosadasfuIJsae| : Lernr.la.k-'Mrs 5undts.TnetdajW

attorneys for plaintiffs: : Stewart A lily I Clerk. 1 hurMlaxM.. :1:1411'. BI. RctuiniiiK knitanfoni.. M"FIMH ft4fa'P. Vi idnehdaa all,
for defendant. I : Precinct No. JO \ -" !i;:{Ua m.
I I II I I. Daugberty. II. C. H kIaDd. C. P. ... .. ..1 .. .
James I In. /I ,", ro, ,' ', I" '" "I' f' 'I"f' '" -----
Stockton vs. City of iH-Land, Tile following Clerks and! pertorsS Lund, In'iJ'torll, and J. B. Cro k'r ro" -- --
damages same S for the twenty election di trk-ts in and I Clerk. th.lJound. 4IEGLLE N rtlKc ..
; attorneys as preceding JIX. n Ii. _
j t for Volu.M Cunty, Florida ate hert-hy I C. BINGHAM.: .. .. .... ....
l la-as.- ::1:1{ ) ill .. .. Jut-kmim llle.rnre!
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case.Bond Lumber Peninsula apM| inted l>y the lUmrd! of County ComimsMoners Chairman Hoard County C"tommio.lIilln.'fo.. : .San Mateo -Ir, !, !,,'. ....-... ...... ........1'alatka...... ...... ... Lw e 800ta a!
Company : I to serve at the letter Oiotk I. .\tt"t. S. D. JOUUAX: Ckrk. .' ............... .... .
j 1 { Iii> a in _...._...___ ...... ... Ai>tor \ 330it
Bridge Company, assumpsit; George XI.lobbina I >n to I* held Noven.lt, I'MHand -- Cigal's..j Iprn111.\..... .........I......St. FraiM-iM....... ....;\\ ....?.;
for lUvisand the clerk instrut-trd to advertise thli April :lit W>. .. .... 100E.Irrisr
attorney plaintiff; i i First pub. '; l" st pub. ......... Hkreuor4 (h.-Lao.l) .
Ii Hilbuni for defendant. in the Daytona GazetteYws.i'ririnct :N'..:. :hl a us- .... .... .... ... Sauord ............. ..... 93Qbii
] I. :NOIIClNotke 1 .. .. ..... ....... ..... .
ii I James B. Taylor vs. Atlantic CoastLine i Jv.lm II. 1' lgt'tt, Win. IWgett J. C. : |Joist ;im ......... ... .... r itorpriiif 10.1)0n:

II Railway, trespass; tewart A lily !. KrukltT, Inspectors, and! Th '.>. Thruop, : after w Iw..date vby given the uu.lo-r..i/I.that .ix ntoiithluunthi .-\- Have GENERAL; PASSERGIB AID TICKET OFFICE 122 VEST BAY ST. JiCISGSVlLU.
fl for plaintiff J. E. and J. W. Cletl- -
; Hartridge of 11. V. C A'l niitn
| Perkins for defendant. I 1'rcviuctu.. 2 M-utorof 1IWwill' hiSi al.I.Iw i F. \J Ills: C1I: ( NI'i EII.Ja.srt.feulass.AallY: W *trayft.! JatkIIfJTi1Itla.i.HIHI.ER.
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1\ B Henry W. Williams. Florida Ft C. (iraltam, Inspector. and B. I). oiTOQutus null, exei-utpr with MM j H. gar St. Ji.'U.>nilU-. (la.A .
i Coast Railway, assumpsit; I". XI. Bt-u- I I Thuttby. Clerk.Precinct. County J UtJJ:"loran' of YoluMU order ('ouot.Ft..r of tiDal. l .li A Reputation of r II's.ER1'V. ';i. 11'1! EaM'n .1'0.,1... Near Y-.rk.TlltO. .
cal ark
HI nett and & I No. 3. Ma. I na BE; )111.\I : E.: li'It rat .

Pope Pope| for plaintiff; K. T. Crow. ( to. T St-lf. J. I.. \u.-k- ..Ioar!!.-. JOHN V ('..IA'LO1rH.plw i Fr"llCltt Agent .wTOIi
! Stewart & Bly fur defendant. ..J|,N insp| c.t..r- :.1111.\ II llu:. .! -. ; Itl. d. O. tOLK, V. P. and G. .M.
! Reuben Marsh, Sr., vs. P. It. "....Ht. Clerk. I 1'1.: s 11o"I: h 19n I '; | 'o'tl!. ..' S Mh.-: 1'1" "-r :t';J. North Its\ 'r. \I'.ian. h. i'.ni Bn-aJwaj.) New Tort.

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1f f We are i making a Special Leader of
!success o the :-:'tni :Matt Cigar i is out1 of j I

Ii. LEND YOUR EYE the tfivah'st: industrial triuiiiphs' of the Ea: >t Coast

t1I I since the free/e IcenturyI''atlIIIV Rye


\ lc from the ,,'lx>iift growth'* of tobacvo that the peiiina
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r,- '. .f r Florida and tho ItoIl'lfttJ! !' of Cuba can prodwe, and \\ralr- ,

f :r WHILE YOU READ WHAT WE HAVE TO SAY ABOUT p(.'d! with the rich, silky lea grown on Fast Cst plantations, .I s t: \'.... ; ,?I'M.,; ,'10. ;.-- 113111 lilk't"} \I.. K'i'l' ti: tori I Ii'.I. ) WhitkeT. OB toper

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flu i igar iuilu>try of tbe world ha* never l'IT'ltU't betterguula. ... .
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II. PALM BEACH F'.Ir. sale Ly all the leading hotels and clubs and by tbe Union $2 oo gallon .h..: rlrull1heJ .'M.i .

t Ne\vs I.'Inn lz toy on every train entering Horida. : All: ",.r -. .ire ( ; II.r.Ulll.\.j I.) xii.; :My Comply! with the
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L NEW PURE FOOD LAW.
d( twenty sixes, styles and grades to :select from.lOkJSALt .
: THE MOST HEALTHFUL s.i; i !1'1' !l'r.n: I.i"t. JOSEPH ZAPF & CO.14T .

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I i !Pf'partHlt'lIt : JACKSONVILLE: ,

THE MOST BEAUTIFULAND t by 1.,11I0.: [),,.t.IU.... I'j .'u.. :q.;. FIJj

a ss i 'r S. W. ROWLEY, } LORIDA.MATEO :...... ... ....... ... . .'.., .'.....,. !.!'..!...; .'! .'.,'Sy9
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H Time Card N'o. 17. la Effect September 16, 190..

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. [Daytona has its good l points and uv art- nut disuosfd to rob I haytoiutof 'r 1" II t 1:0am Eat l'l'alatlu .. to .s l .0 '
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I tVcl it our duty to v all your attention to tin- I 1 IsI' rn Lv .PW.aita..ri : : ti 't' tt
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n fact that to return north without havimi J visitod the ( lIl'l'n of I lorida I't 1'0&11I ILy. ....... .SaD vn .eteo . .. \. I

' resorts is to have missal half the slur of your trip. \\'cst Palm lkuh.l : ;:i,:;: t: ;: Lr.' ::::::::::::::::::Itusuell Irup.al.,::::: -::' :::.... t. : .I I s.s.I
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which is situated '.;Im I'i'I-'I ..................s4g.. ....... ..... II
on the famous Lake \ orth. below tlie frost line anil in .. ';1''"
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the l'l.r" .'r.. ............. r1IA. ... .... ""I' Ii rHtt.u RYE i
} very heart of the pineapple region. has sometimes IJl't'nlIl'd the I lint r ......... I.s.rn .
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"City of 1 Homes." Wouldn't you like to own one of the homes? It has I e.m 'SSpm Am t .. t' (' } I 'I t i : : putofthe '
1 tan I i j lnpm i Lv .......... 1f .., i.h HAVING purcha.- ; o.ti in t>a
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also been called the "City of 1 'lowers." If you do not want a: home you '1' I 'pw I .......... :.. .Halt ; i' 'I; .,: 1 a Distil! 'xr < ,1. e o are now
1, m tCpn Ar. ... ..... ..... l ? ,. + to offer this t'' ,. :.! .,: J I i.'JjJ of Trts e7
i' should at least come and see what beautiful homesotlur n rUll'n1'oJk( ) .. ',Miss. S i-tr: : :.: ::::: I II I. tr -us? as it lasts, at the -'u'; v., ._ : atiy: reduce" i
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t :. have in the Tropical South. ,I"nm : .. ...Tlonslk. .. ..a: 1' I r,. _":: ":.. '.. 4 Full Quarts $320
, The Royal I Poinciana. largest hotel in the world is alone worth 1.n i fn :E-: .kue itlc. I.s I ; 8 Full $6.25
) rem : : .( 1'un ::: Hl; r:, ( : : Quarts,

!p/. coming J to see. but in addition to this., the original alligator pens with ..ra..ul !I I .. :.7klb.mrui ebr.tiaaSr. .. .. I ,i I ,r 12 Full Quarts, $9.OO

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!hundreds of live alligators' and crocodiles: the ostrich farm: the i inimitabU-i t Itpm .. ..... .. .......wt ,. ,, ,.e. .... .. ... EXPRESS PREPAID
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Oleander ,\\'lTllIeuuyou's: 1 lairy Island: the fantastic rubber tier: the ?'.u, le II1. .......... ...........:.Elea.r ..... i 1 pl I.u.itrrnrm I a t i i'Mill Crystal Spring Sour flash TnS IB .

J f :,:p.pea; ................ -tlmn... ........ ... is thoroughly aged, mflo\\: I whiskey.
jungle trail: the on'i.\J1pier. and a tour masted dllOnlTTl"k l washed u rm T 2apm ................Rube fCnlM .... r y 1 t.uu rr, I rare opportunity; to s,1pi: o. i: grade
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high and dry on the sands arc but a few of the wonderful si Jhts. You ,. -Iupm tam I ...............t.wptapID.r : I 9 Ia.m hn I 14 ? Sp
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& can hunt. fish bathe play! golf or watch others in the .".while you sit rl.l: N, 4".m'pm I ..............Fwt Delnr ta0letdlrk............ I 9 r sal -. SEND FOR OUR LATENT CATALOGUE

# leisurely by and enjoy t he unsurpassable climate. -I lu1 pltcr light house: the n .,, ,, .snPur I ............ ...HUsaIa1_. .......... ltam: i '

weather bureau station: the wireless telegraph! station: a pineapple! \ n:.S: 1 I u ail:m a Ar ...... ...Ltmoa NMmI 1 ......... .. Lt i 6 3M1 a4m '- --

i ning) factory : the l Honda Last Coast Canal: innumerable! other inlandwaterways 5, .4s- .... ... ..:Scare-t.a4.............. .:Lt ........ .

r: '' are all within radius of twenty-five miles. 'I he impassableLverglades ..:.. .l.,,\:. ...;. a...'on"'I Y trah.s20al .174 Bldl'lPt Si.ep/till< o ttatu !b and !.t I

i } is on our western !boundary and the world's greatest highway.the =17- --- -- :.== ::c -_ -o-: =-::- __' .. i\4IIULLQT&J
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gulf Stream washes our Lastern' shore. It Dap hCIDt I .
In."ost you something y O ny Sunda, i DadsSpa I ,::' U. PREPAID ;

t. to stay at Pi.hnlkl'h.. but you cannot consider your trip to I lorida d <\ complete I I I '. i' : TI"v t' p\\ L 4 (

unless you have taken it in. {i. ..; j; 111 a..:., : V Ilan'.,'rlu;Iii m,- ;:. .. .i:!lt5l:h::,. ;'JiE It.iS-. "To '.; l-Ii. ; .._.3iI2Qi =.:..- U Wit

l' If you scant to buy or rent a room a house on the \lake or ocean front. : a ; !"pb

h 1 : a \\'in"ter home a pineapple I plantation orange! grove or a vegetable PEMNSIUR I AND OCCIDENTAL I STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT 5 Ir;;. Qi3:

I ( garden: or if you want to invest: in any of t these and be guaranteed S percent Close Connection Hide at Miami. .iib Steamships of the P. & (is.-S.-C.., r lg4to : -

=it l on your investment write to SOUTHBOUND_Havana\ and----Key--\Vest. ,. ftD4s.-J'i.
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1 and \\'e'ill be glad to show you every courtesy. For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information! \ i'" \ I I "

...oil r J. D. RAH "SEE THE TICKET AGENT. Blue Ribbon Beer and Lc\\ I is 06 Whiskg;
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