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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 10, 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 )
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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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:!t;..i' .:a THE VANGUARDI( I THE FIFTH ANNUAL TOURNAMENT i A YOUNG MEN'SBUSINESS: \ ::' saIIILII.i.I.I.I.I.t1IIuThen.. ..


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.rk : -i: '|.twek"" J. P. Harden of Orange M Vi I :..e.e.e:. :. The official ballots that will be usedin

(: ,..;;..Gift sold a large tract of cypress land in Daytona-A Brilliant and Some of the Drivers Who Will Probably Endeavor to Further Lower ExistingWorld's b To lie Organized in Da>torta-lt Will the election of next Tuesday i.i a
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Mtf Enterprise to the Wilson Cypress Prosperous Season Assured-Day- Be of Untold Value in A\I>anc* "baby" in -IK as c'Otnl'ared'itb the
- 'Cwptay,-of Palatka. Records.-A Schedule of the Events. ballot used at the I last lection. Theball.ts '
f'""" V tonatPrepared.to! Care for All. the Interests of the City.Diytoiia' last )'l'ar're nearly fortyfourint f
,tr Jlie fixtures for the new bank at New
The time is drawing near ulirn Daytona 1 old business warhorseshave hes long, and they strained to the

tl'i';' ;,::\--pelted JJum that are the being institution installed: will and be it is openJ ex- will l>e the Mecca for the thoUSHncJ+ January 22 to 21 are the Dates Decided Upon.The alway)("'n noted for their energy limit ttte capacity: of the longest press: ;.

1: of pilgrims who wend their way to the awl alertness I'-oking; after anti pro- in the Painter Printing Company.S i
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faibUsess in few weeks.lipeml
> :.f a :Sunny :South from their bleak and snowbound !list of event for the l Fifth Annual w( II as the fastest but gives: a r,mloina-! I rlli""' .-- ( her Qist and i.K'hltting nmting the welfare and interests of this plant. It is hardly fair to compare the

.. election will be held at Dc- homes in the North to seek Winter Automobile. I.t..n the OrtuCltlllUI.tolla tion of speed l merit which no other *:}(NKJ touring ear* tlesinnl l for four or city and this c""ullC'ndiLk"pirit on price (paid for these ballots with the

If IfI I :t Ipd the 20th inst., to elect a council- fort and rest among us. Daytona t..lm-I : Florida Iteucli was decided course can ,give. The only serious accident monmsi>rn ers. ,stamlhtg start.i I the |Hirt of the more staid and olderbuiness [rice the News Company agreed to

q 'nu to' fin the vacancy caused by the not played the laggard and her iix>n last week, and the Fifth .\n-I that has occurred on the ()rrn ...d- : miles-Touring cars' over 'int0 tW- rh-ment has been so proverbial print them this year. The News could

; deuk of the late Frank E. Kond.Jfow visitors will find her ready and I fully prepared nual l Inti'rnati..nal'pt't'lll'arnitl: ( Daytona l Iklt'hum..\! before the signed to carry four or more jKVwnfccrs, I in the l II&.t that it has not been without not late (printed! the ballots used last

Iry: to receive and extend to them ises to be in {lint t.C entry the Iwrn-I tournament eomtnenrctj] two years afw. standing start. I its good HTect on those younger in years year for $:!'..!.OO, or for $J,22.00. In I

.,.; comes the news that Xew Smyrna that genial hospitality and cordial welcome the many tournaments given in thuscountry and in no ntaenrr rlf.tr.uts fr\ttn itssafety 10 miles--Handicap touring; cars.! hereabouts. fact, it could not have printed them at

e '-toaUmplatea installing electric light with which our city has greetedher or abroad. The program. was during races. .TOtnikStriftfMtl: touring cars, all The (lOxette-Ncws learns that a movement all at any price No more could any

I 1- ,rIDt tad a system of waterworks. At guests in the past. submitted to President t .\-;:, 1'lin.'and I the The two-mik'-a-minuti' wee for the clan..
a .. "At oat meeting of the town council, Already the now has commenced to Board of Directors of the Florida l KatCoat : sxtl| crown will be given again this 10 miles.StriptxHl touring ears' fisting ness men (Of Daytona having for its objert than the Painter Printing Company's ;

'.. ...;,Jala T. Hammond will apply for a f ranJke fly in the North making: that section aforbidding I Automobile Awx iati..n for their witit r, whicb .imilar-\'t1It WM'un last under >.".tKK'. I the organ i&atio'l of a Young Men's jJant.: When Mr. Codrington held a

: place of abode to many, and approval.. It is quite lt.tssiblt i | that along I II year by the flying rnDt'hman.ktur tnih':4-\1I classes, Ameriean touring Dosiness league. D.iytona ia fine field | county office! (:Supervisor; of Uegistrativn -

-' Bond Mills at Lake Helen are the vanguard of our winter sojournersare I I race of ;;01)) miles will tic a
B .. ,thong ta immense business the present beginning to put in an apj>earance. I the .program.It is a starter, he will have ascooifntit represent the I'nited States in intrniatiotuil win find (plenty to do to materially advance -'I letting: all the |public printing to the .

:t Vjlnj the biggest season they have ever The coming season gives Mattering promi. is now well known that some of the . the city if it will only materialize[ lowest Lidtl r. AH of the advertisingat i

': .fed,ays the DeLand Hecord. The i.-* of being the mo>t prosperous one in .1 greatest s|>ccd creations in autonioliile also at least r.lUrJU.ritdl experts, one roniux Turiuxo CAKS.'M and enter upon its work with a spirit of the disfMMiil vf the Supervisor:; of inegitrati.ss j

' r Wroll l of these mills u about $;j.OOO the history of the city. :Seoresof lettersof engineering construction will be seen of which \\iUdri\'e. C'w"rk ;production : miles-Ojien, all classes. First dim and vigor. Daytona'* alluring ad- / was !given to Mr. Cod j

: jeir, or nearly $1,500 (per week. inquiry are licini received daily from I charging Father Time, on the ilates of which is expected to travel live three.. compete in international touring vantaRrsover etereother section! could riDgWl1'ttllt'r 1 The News and lie was t

. J- 'Pjr all quarters of the country as to 111'1't.m-1 January !-:?;, which have l 11t'0 finally I miles in two minutes. The mile race I !!: car championship.Tornixxj be graphically portrayed to the world, <' paid full legal rates for same. We t ,
pas of the nicest business buildings in modatious. etc., and irIlJi'ati"n"l'hint| ."I"l'tt..1| l a< the dates for the Fifth annual. for the hand-onic two thousand dollar immigration could be induced to tome think that was all right, too. The law : ;
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, -. ;* team ta the one'just: completed for D. P. to a vast influx of jxx ple. I It was the wish of some pe t4e trophy for the inteniatknial mile given ( \1: sririAL.W here, greater trade relations etablih '! pfirviftet rate an.I't' believe that '

Saigon Canal street, by J. P. Turnery The fifth annual automobile inert will that the tournament lie gi\i-n: later in by Sir Thomas I h..ar. of I.(mdon. wilt I : miles-Inrcraational t"hamr.- letter transportation rates f'ont't-dt'd and this rate ohoukl be l'| aid, and that it L) t

y ', !F,B. Penor. It Li fiOxfi.1( 5 feet twottories take pl.t, -a on the Orn1\ln.l-. Ha'tolll t the sea...m, but the fact that the famous ..f eonr. command the same attention ship. Oprn to first three cars in .Amrri many other advantages secured to Iay-I' illegal to pay any other We think,

: and the material is artificial Beach January 22-27 under theau>pics I beach has always! U-cn in recited shape that it h:e- the past two winters,lirrausfof : i 'an and foreign car championship. t.na through the :agency ..fl Young however the :News should h rxj consis

; 'rtone. The' lower floor is divided! into of the Florida last ('oat.t Auto nubile in January, and the further fact: that the fact that the world' record for OPEN) TO ALL. Men's Holiness ....n tk.. The infusionof I tent. If full legal rates" were paid for

; ,iOi rge store rooms, one occupied by Association, and the program is replete that is the only fII..uth11t'n hotel accommodations one mite has been reduced in each .on- I mile-Dewar world's
.r *, 1 ,Bouchelle'8 drug!; dorcandtheotter with grand: events. The lit n ill incluuetourini I can !I.*. dcjnded ui'''n, test. Fred Marriott( the Stanley' drixrr. tri phy. flyiaK,; stal1.I circles has worketl wonih-rs fn j, as Supervisor of Registration (to

t: R S. Malty's hardware store. The ; car ract-.. 1 tn 30 miles; foreign lid the U..and ft Direct!. and their won tW top last w inter in the marviloiistime mile--Casottnr ear only I flying other cities and Daytona will prove no his own paper" ) w hy should they not' be

;,'t JMand, itory will be used as a hall and touring':: car race, :_IJ__) miles: .touring" ; car__.._ t advisers to maintain the dat.= an- of :IN I-; sfonds.. Itisexperted tart. exception to the rule. Hy all means<< let j' paid BOW? There ha born< no changein

tt$')rAsb lt.ted UP for that purpose. New ?|)erial race, 30 miles; OJM-II to all races. I n..uIII..I"ome time ago. that at least two"on.L< will lie clipped ;2 mik.-.T..nu'k a nlia.te"if*.' 'd I M. have a Young Mn'i Ihi-iii'- "" 3Ittlf'. the law, so far a.e know.-iH'landSupplement.

;"yraaneeds- more buildings of this 1 to 1K( ) miles; ojx-ii to amateur only, .\< will lie noted, the niRram of races from these figures next January. crown. flying,; start.similesiaternatiiinal. ; I { .
; New Smyrna rcrzr. ow11entodrive, 1 to 10) miles; mt,nl cater to nearly every style. of machine The touring ears, driven by tails | rofrosinnals world's cham-

.: I I trials, 1 kilometer to 10 miles N-Mdcs The KNMnitc Mimicalulis| cup race, I and amat tirs, haTe all been piotaohip reeord rare flying Mart. 'SHELLING PORT TO BE HEREIN
1 aMy stetialand attractive r'atun'l which was prwutt'rl lby the Minneapolis provided for, and a noteworthy departure 10 D.Ues-Standing start.
Famous other
Drivers Com inc.
many and ritinnof tore II in this connection ,,'iIIl.l .. the.
'rnr !. These events alone will bring .\uttlnltlJilt'! Club carrying 10 mik-s-Handicap.TO ORANGE ROAD.
since the running ofT of the Van- noted drivers and dUtinguMied |>erMms "Flour City," will uniliblclly furnish <>f r"'tI.rs in the touring ear kilometer reenrd race-Fiyinc; JANUARY.
?:.1-' ilbihteup rac and the announcement it is a great race, as was the case list ,winter I races to the full capacity of the cars. start.
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f \'. winner, Louis Wagner, that I he l that Daytona will when WaltT 'litf"nl-IaTI'. of l..nd..n.1 I Corinthian races are. of course' for 100 mik. .--Minneapolis internationalworkl's .

{ ..- *Wd drive a big Darracq in the OryBtodDartona entertain confidently more exited people on that occa>ion tlrhi" racer the last trlmi.: ..-- on '! strictly amateur drivers with no tradeconnertion. < hatnMonshtp, standing; start. Let the (iood Work the County Com I). Jay Coh er'amificent' T(urlst

z races, interest in motor- the whole winter thanever three tires, heating the ,,'or".'< retool !I This will enable several urIX TO AMATEUns OXLYoWSEKrt missioners!' Continue by a Like
well as during Train to Leave Cleveland Jan.
:: bIllaaCentered in Florida and fa- as for the ili-tanrv. It will lie remembered prominent amateur drito sl'ttithe'
before in her hLtory.Former TO DRIVi: Ser ice the OrmonJ RoaJ.
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... \ W Ormond-Daytona. The letter that! the :Napier driver ,.l"ti Itf punctured II question' of vupcvmaey on a wide safecourse. 7th for Florida Points. i
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$H Senator Morgan; published in part. whiplie lout a &knife and rut the !gasolinears.: The county c''mlni.I..w'r are t.. Its i tanof the finot and most tragiti* ,
{; wilt. tend only to enhance the in- [)Ionian Entertains. tire off the rim of the wheel and drove W. J. organ! Drrtton' Mall Broadway I IIUtKhnl! .!: star commended. for ting : .. Hreutly rUipie l traitsthat \
; tnih Touring .r all rlus4s.standing .
J. -fATtweek'slisueof the last half of the century ..f miles sls'' and S.'Uh street New York, will ears < i engaged in-sh< Hint the road hi..twceithis Florida! this :season; will btthe one that '
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;. a' _*that tlxsiiMM.th hanl lirwh have charge tit tournament affairs with I !: and Port < *rarmiThis is\ ,
r..j;: the t'ntril'Jii11 t I he many and the :Starke Telegraph; three tires, ;5 mik-s-All elastics" standing start. j place ; a is scheduled h to leave th.- city ,.r Cfcrteland. -
.' :, th Ktn- steel whom entries willed *. for fr siek its and winter '
the many making no imprvx-ion o ( ** popular highway
; and sill Is' of interest to I 10 miles All classes < )lii<>, on January 7th under the
!a;,..h.o1e1 is detcrmin'-d his this I htetlrimor wl h'I. TI... Orniotid-Djy-' -- :standing start. \ isiton, ancl1fIIUId/ not lit' nrglec'eil
to at place.
M. Jones
f avenge friends t.C Mrs. J. List of E\; ents. 10 miles -T.JUrinc'Ie"" of 50 II.P. lit rTial charge tit D. Jay Culver, gn-
:. 91*by.,the Darrarq last! year, in the ")Irs. J. )I. Jones entertained the Embroidery : toiui IV-ach not only ist.lalltllrw'rhl'sautt kIwst 4 three and allowed to get in bad condition by: cod pacsenser agent of the Dig FMfroutv.

Wnfle-i-ininute race, which he l lost club and several invited guests, .it it'ile rrconls from one to one hun- TurHINtJCAItS. ..tll or" 'ar'.average races. those wh.. are <'b''U-gub'd with auth..rityI Mr. C leer is the deaR of pars
by is the only c..uN'in th. .- I mik- .\ M'finm : ".. luig attend to our highway-: and keep
:t* .to'l the fraction of a necond.fcVsf last WwlneMlay at her home on Call ..lrc..l.niltIut ehaabysinata :,>, sonally conducted tours and prides MmMlf .
-i,. ., tar'ihis; bug-like racer went the street. After the ladies had teen industriously world where driver has made a reeordon a raiBUte" touring ears to cam a* t.-' 1:1:1'1'1:111'1:1\1.:0: : : : :: (th,< tn 111 :Z.'Httl..nl.r. on lillma his train with the l>e.tcLiss

eQ '.mtr-t'i |M and 1 '-5 seconds working:; for awhile, their hostess three tires. That is -nit all. There bier pasxengrrs, QytM dart.S I. ,, ,' ,, I' I" ,.,. .\ I..t! I. ., ." < Tl;, con.mivionershouldrontiriw the \ of ieople of the North. lie tea

.IM 4 tbe, JBoston manufacturer: claims he gave to each :i little basket containing has not hut an accident durinjc the ae&-*ISM) ,ir ....1..:, .. ,- "I. I i .. : r ::2t." ,I' ,I I I:. y.'uil I \\.rlv old! Vti'litlif, roa'1 i ln-twti n p.ist nia-trr in tbe art of looking after

:**,fc*.i three ears that will cover the fifty .loiUrs (?) with which they tournaments the Florkla (nt'ri. Imgn d for fur or r ''I r |I' \1" .!; I:" I P.I) \ t".1 ;and I rmtut.. \..pi.c..C r";,d.nil' the personal comfort of those r Isis

i lid even faster than that. I If he can were to attend an "auction saIl''h: I which not only is akin. it the safest .... '1'1- fi "ii if It Rasa. Hi L''s"l i condition but !
fcfWd his will Iw off largebatketful
; statement, there then pnK-wh-tl to auction a i : who conduct these winter tours is popularity.
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rtty' of !beach. a.. it i I" .it [pf' -:tt it .i-ii: tuii< umo t '
speed on hand at the of packages .
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; '**08jthe other cars certain to l>eJ knocked down to the hi "hkht.rt'j I impa..IIoJ {; : l.a-t winter :Mr ('..h'er brought to

*J led, tf the published statement of If laughter and merriment I rH-tween D.iyt'.na .ni'l, I nn-itid i W"indlieaboonri Hondur; a hundred, people, alto

HtVCnaod 'rseauherelied l ions of fun the ladies surely had it. as: \ -niti-i" ni-m-t- a- \\ill ..1owner -t.i ij|""-d .it 'I Ii'. HidcewoiNi,, duriagtlttir f

'.*P., are the follow ing: each purchaser( aM-crtained what herpackage =- ." ::;.... of other kri.l-, 1 ..f \-iirli-,. \ -in.l -.. --.. h. "' in Jitni.ry.' ; This rear he .
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;;; ? power) over that of I last year. 'rc't.ld., the hostess, assisted l h y the r -. ,'.... incp-liallt'lii-I I: lI..t.1 lOrniojKl till'n n>or>- ti,sri-h, :and they all stop at St.
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'tJl1is Wagner with Victor Demogeot, little Miv.es l-oiii.-e 1 l'l..rit.us l and llnitnaDarby : a t : ; natiiRilly ttiy AuK'i-tinc: ( Ormond UayUma, I'alm'
hate :i: --.1'III wticr- t''> -iipply theirr i .
:. eQach.Inanewand |sowerfullarrael.| served tlelightful; refreshmentsThe 1, IV'arli and Miami.
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r : & wMaxw rll-l5rLscoe of 200-horse-: ladies then departed headily \laden \ > r His train is known as the "(be nigh !
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) : "bargains" from the most } "..ut to Morida, ;and is:<< the fiMBt train
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)Aft' turbine automobile (if com- noel auction sale they had ('\I'r attend in {MJtnt of elegance and comfort for itsguests
: final to liteytona than a hrst-class road i
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ears in themselves insure s 4b Wi toI1te ta, and with others swinging I tub ution about Dwemlr t.rst. 1'hel :-oojU":, 1'., r.t! I L'Il'I.dl! t., t \. ,', ,.. (: l"ue.1 I about1.I.I.I..I..I.I.I.Iu.t.I.I.I.ut.1.1.u11u1.1
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' :: Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Flonda, as Second Purposes.of Public In- Can o Oil Value Received for expenditure and f


Holloway has completed very naturally go where they will ;

Subscription $150 Per Year in Advance apportionment of the get
t tLt1Z
#0J educational purpose, /)0 ;tftlt, ;c HeaterWith their money's worth. I am in the real it i-

J SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10, 1906. to amount to IS2- -

: of the the largest one !mill semi annual tax in I, t estate brokerage business with the II

I AMENDMENT SOME\ public schools in this .
{
: I longest, strongest list ever offered in tI

t of mone> is apportioned Perfection Oil Heater yon can heat a cold

t IS DEFEATED. REALTY the average st huol at bed.room, make a aick-room more comfortable, warm a Daytona I know the bargains

I Mate, which is V\fc3-: chilly hallway heat water quickly, and do many things I my
I kit ft H lit lit better than can be done with any other store DO matter -
the largest; average at knowledge is for the
what fuel it burns. The superiority of the yours asking. :
i The Ever=fadea Will Not Be Drained. Extracted From the year by several thou. I

Voters of Florida Overwhelmingly For Volusia attend-met- for the PERFECTIONOil Below I few
i So the Secretary.'a ).ear shows an increase I I quote a bargains you will

Decide. Transfers.Df year <.t nearly li per Heater I be interested in.

The general election of 1906 is now an Land, FlA., \o7 an excellent show

r event of history. From all reliable advices transfers of property in well for the educational (Equipped with Smokeless Device) w I Xo. 3 A Ki\'er front lot, 100 feet on river to Valley
amendment Mate It demonstrates It cneratct talents heat without emote i por
received the drainage tona, have been ( llet In the fact that g I
smell The oil tooot sad the wick tanner arc made or bean
which was practically the only vital the Clerk of the Circuit not acting the laggard as I throughout which luum durability Girct great beU.t mall street, b room house, turmshed, Daytona _'

question at issue between thevoterspf Lana, recently! : welfareof her)'ounger coit. Fount. Absolutely bane ladlcaior afe and and tlmple-wick handle: Heater cannot U be light tame andportable. I Beach, 33,750. .

this State, was defeated by over 5,000 Laura E Wall hI J. H. is pliing that same k I too hlrh or too low. operated at ea tly a* a lamp. All peru
easily cleaned. Iwo adehcs-actel aid jape. ling healer Xo.CJ Lot on north side of Bay street
majority. l"tI I, block 2, H'all's | in this direction that she ,, warranted If not at your dealer1 wale mearett afency for I I $600.

All the regular Democratic nominees, LibbieMijdtr s-pnng: developing her untold I'' dcKriptlre: circular Xo. 24 Lot 122.5x231, 2 houses; west Magnolia
t be nsedln any room
r not only \olusiacounty, but et"cry- Milliard heir SItU: resource*. | The .na D : 0 Lamp 1 I. the Dcst s"-roand

where else in the State, were practically deed, north ) of lot .'>. bl I; 1 per pupil lamn made Gi et I I avenue, $3,100. !
clear steady light *
elected by a unanimous vote This: de- rrankPercj' rrec.iun : on this basis: Wlu ia I 4 the scant lamp you eta Xo. TO Lot 50x85, 7 room house, 3rd ave., $2,100. 4

that are united Fnrman.tLlNl. IIf 1 : i.f the Mate school fund buy Beare throughout and nickel plated. Equipped with
monstrates our people art Haad.ome-ample-ratfsAttorF.
the latest improred burner X o. 81 Lot 46x150 5 house
and firm for good government under the *ec S-15-33. 9S4. 1 ,the anrage school I I Frery lamp warranted. Write to learnt Hency Uyoactanot I room some improvements ;
It from dealer
get your
banner of Democracy and is a cause for William. I./In:1a! 2,157 I STANDARD OIL COMPANY. lacot'poraltrd. well finished, well etc., west Magnolia

t congratulation by every good citizen Greene $1.00 lot 13. I I avenue, $1.500. '

In Volusia county no opposition Da.tona.J. I
School Notes. i
worthy of mention developed against \\'. Johnson to ( I --

; the Democratic nominees. E. E. Ropeswas $500, lot 2, John-on ; hool is looking toward the I j I..t.. ..... Dajt'na Beachov., iMiss Ketch- I v'

an independent candidate against 3, block K, Port Orange. pino.: I SEABREEZE um, who was: the gue t of Dixie Lodge II R. L. SMITE .
: and
j i I :
discussion last and has several
F. W. Sams for the State Senate, but his some warm ;
\Ve offering a a"* to whether women are eral winters in Seabreeze: arrived from
are
total vote was too insignificant to bet Palmetto avenue at a to rote in this munici. : |: DAYTONA BEACH | New York the early part of the week NNt1MN......................................... .

the results, be-
worthy of tabulating in
and located at the :Niaside
nine-room furnished is pleasantly ----
ing about 20 votes in the entire county. modern con\"eniences :i...fa..Ifa..fa.fa..tafafatij ....: Inn

v The Gazette-News publishes herewith and about 200 feet deep.; junior debaters: are again i Scabn-eze. No\ S.-R. T. Butler whoarrnwl I Mr and }Ir*. \\m Wilkinson have of/ .' NN N

the compiled vote (If'olusili county by Daytona Real Estate I the go d and bad d't'.J.1 lot stet from Cincinnati \vhere taken Dr Owen cottage?; on Pine street rjI .pfCK: MP

i j precincts. Company, C. S. Ham, I weighed in the balance he slant the ,.ummf'r. has been quite i, for the M.a.-;on. HE NDRICKS C0 NY

------ busy getting the ide\\.all. and grounds I The Ladies Aid, Methodist, met at 1

adjacent: to his cottager in winter trim i( the parsonage tud..).. NeTt a('('k the
!I Election Returns of Volusia County. Mr Butler \\'ilIl'fIt'n.l the winter here as ': work tf putting the parsonage; in good

u"ualAldtrman. 1! repair, kahoimmng the room* etc. will Dry Goods, House Furnishings, Ladies'
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t ... !' ('. 1'. Lund Miss Sarah I'ite put through iu v tew, of hating the J

\ I 'I, "> ': ;:;: I.. I h j1 I 0: 'I'la I I C lund Mrs \\'. derrick and non, Floyd I plan homelike and inviting for the new and Children's Shoes Trunks Etc.
t I = ''. t I = I i ;0 ;; :
:1 y I ;
1 'I' fi
I i o i made a congenial family party fur the minister and Tamil whom presiding
I> I I :::I
1 t PRCIOCT4: 's$ ''. :\ ',-Li-i, I..'.: ,I-J.I : '!: i: C:1 :: carnival and took the rarly train for II t-M'r 1 is existed to ap|>uint in a short largest Stock, Best Assortment Lowest Prices !
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1 ;; c'iE'' : ;;l;<= ; i= ; :: g.: = = 1 : i l : :: .:: : Jark".n\.m. \\ edne dav morning fur a time ;
:_:: i i!:::;I ,:! = ;,I I = I!: !:;, ,?1 5;: I i.: S, .:: ; !I tnodivs' visit tll that hustling <'it\.. I Dr Howard and niece, whu have Lxtn ----- '1
I : ,
Y! ;;; Ih, :,;;; 'I'l; ; ;; : ; I, ;- -= -=-; ,'a'I; I__ = ; S:; : < Our 1'1'Jular( Dr F:. L. Putter arrival 1 tarn eiecupjing: the Huckeje] cottaee. t Cor. Beach St. and Magnolia Ave., Daytona.Announcement .

t Enterprile. ... I:! : 1% I:!' !i :! It: It zi' 9i II htIkLandCltr from New York Saturday eight and have Friday fur their home at "-anfordDr f.
...... ....... .. ............. :1. it I ie ::! '' 20'' a r +i: ::: 20: yr 1. 'tm, :: It'i [I ..........N..N...N..1. ...............N..NNN.
.,. .... ... .. ..... .,... 1 ,ti; lti'' :/I""' :tIll j :; 21. rli :!:wry ail: I iS .'%1 :;rti :yes wH ::1., :: I... I'CI thi* \\ tk has Il1'n diligently lir ting J. I' F:-('h. family: \ and a.ife'I I
IkLeonBprings... .,. ... ... .., :MI:! 19', :!II, :a :w' 1r :: : a, :;:!II :; :!.:! :1 :n ::>1 !' It III; :rlF.ldrldge. I the various d .taiN incident tor large mother Mr*. \\nght, are e\j>ected to'j
.. .. :#,. : :: a:, .tl : 'a A+, :+ 1'+ 1:
1 t Ormond.+esllle.. .:: : ::,.::::'::::: .:::::::::::::.: lu't' iH i : I : i:i rJ' aN r' :' i: at Sy gs! z.,, at r ;-r., !:M; fl :fit'a te'Il ::.t: j t.ttsinees. l>r. Potttr is tncouragmglv I arrive uday from Hur<.n, Ohio. i .- .- -.- ,.,-. . . .

1181ton........... .... .... .. ... .. ;i, i.! i I !! I''''' lu IIi;:I rat::, hr 'Ii. wl 91 !II : sr .6 I.I :.r: .r, at ancume t+f a good t"urbt.n.: He Mr /ulter and family. of linrmnati. : '
Port Orange ....... .. ,....... ... .: ::+ .J :: Yv :- yi, wt', :It :::>- :o :'i =.t: .i 11{ : I the'induatkniure who have ht- of lire yea dull; : .
Letter e'n
: guests
New tam noa .._....... ... -. N I'.'I .;: 1, .oJ : r. N I :r' !oj :s "I '0:1.: U 'r:, i"I l '.::1 *' L* says 11t"'t'f I jIl'e
t flak Hl1...... ,..."...... ..... .....".."... :!t> ::; : :r ::-I 1 :':;::1 :i:,, :.. :a. a:: ::!:! :!-l ffi :; :.' 21 la: II I 1 for this t tax,nI t'\.ottlgps for some time pa-f, will leave .
' Tomoka_...... ........ .... ,........ .. .. .. N It !1.:1 It I I:.. 111, lf: It It It' I:: 1:1 U 11, Lt lt to Itt
, UleDCf't' .,... .. ,. .'......... .... ........ 1 of li, 1",1", la'! ::1r.: :. :'II,I I. 19 Jt lit I" MN b'' t Ij' I I Mrs Potter and baby wi'l return in for the north x:iturdaji '. .
..akeHeleD" ... ".. ." ." .. ........" r :III'1 %'oi' :JPo, :'It:, 3111 w,. ::!.t, ;11,' .lIi 3':, 3::: ;d': '. aY : ;;:tj: :, s :. the rourcf two wetlvC !i U'..rk un the Jackon Met'ullougli bu .
cotton .... .. ..... .,.. ................ II rj, ,' : : ; 1 lo"l ti :
Stetson .. ......... ..... ..... ....., .1\ P i irl 'v'I IOatren I It 1\' PI II II' II >e Tin 9.., \I K t3 II. Kn\pj, who "p,'nt several i sine.: block i* l'rogre---inl!: rapidlj ('ontrtctor .
., .. .. .. .". ... 1.11 lilt, 211 Z3'j I", I',, 1",1,) ::6'' : \ ::, ;:Ii :1'' :0 :1 ::>) h+ h II I. extend to our friends the .
j Holly HIIL'" .... .. s 1. UI 11." I; : ;:If', hI' I l4 1r I; Is I. I. I I atria with l>r. Potter and family in the I Jehn-on expects{ to have the Season's Greetings and with it
Plenon... ...., ...... Ibj IsI Yll\ ;:; rl :11 l" I; tij: KI I" I. 1J I6 1\1 %I" 1":1 I.Sfabreeze. mountain of New Hampshire is roof completed bj the end) of the weekMr an earnest invitation to call
..... .. ::1,1, r.110 :t5 ::4: S' :a::;,: E.' ;11U 1'\ ;;:;; 3.1 ;t. 3; =+ Iti txp .
4 6171 I aaI', II i a.cte here} in two vutkTLrre :!. *. Geo. liulev and Mr I Y. C. Grantbast a and fee the elaborate provision
j Totals 6ni; ::'! ,Yr '''I ;. i 'ti tVY Flo;I ': :. ,,'+ '". 'el ,P aW 7i ., el t+ w e hate made to furnish our
i i i I : Ii ,1 -: :_- _- -- is a mmrndible ithrnie tnft IMVD \i.itil.1t in Jaesonville thi- ? >w. patrons with the very wt .
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. >ot. started bj C P. Lund among the wetkMr. '

I Ii IJt.Land-lar Clark I terrriir.g rtjtrtv| owners on Hean ant MM I', IJ. Odutn went lDiLand <. Clothing, Hats, .

J I SCHOOL BOARD Orange Citj--Mu-s .\. F:: Tomjikm- HOLLY HILL 15 Y

I IIf Hawks Parks-Kubv l'oate thrirounsln'rt Iiglit thi. \\illh.r-tQ remain for a w tk c.r ten dij vtitincwithrelitue : Furnishingsand .
'i Hollv Hill, Nov". S- lr.>. Fred nt'n-;
i MONTHLY SESSION Jamison's Mill-Loui e C'n'iton. llif"ll end the \\ ilium iltjiartiiunt I '*. Mr. Kluin i""* summoned '
dell and FNie arrived '
Lake Helen-MamieJohn-on: (col). daughter, from store. "n bran !lt.nlevard. and C 1'. to :<'rveon tl,e jut. -- Shoes.
Ilfrutnibt., England, Lest week to join I IMr i lund }Ir. and Mrs J..I In Drai. of I5o Il I)
If The treasurer's books and report, fill Valley stmetlrue put up ,I "" -' .
examined and I'endeli, and the Tamil) are now : their .latnp-jx. taicl ....II'I'n' <1 now !liul., arrived Sunday and lease since i Uratc.1 <. \\e have selected with great
t Bert Fish Appointed Attorney for the were approved occupying Mr*. L L Howard[ cottaeedeo I y rare the ehouf-t productions
I Uld warrants were canceled, new bills thetr lights shiny forth in the \tning4 tinm- "ht'" in one tf the IU 'aK- cf the mast noted manufacturr -

i Board-Teachers Appointed.i presented and examined, and warrants \\ Rogers ha. pun hisetl two 1 "a- a good deal in the I.atld.t.IIoL" man ettap:; t>n Galley trt.'t. '. ., < in the ir: pectiv Lnes It ,

i drawn fur lots oti Ha.t'.na ivenue flf Mr*. J. H. :i I It i,. stated on authority that} enough Mr and Mr"*. NiekerM.n arrived Tu : i,. cur determination to sell ..
Finances. ame; .
School
I Cook, With tllf't':< 'ctition e.f building ,; =_ -_ nothing that u not thoroughly
and
The followingIoow" the financial name have Ut-n "''t'urevl to itiMm: two day are t-titufortably I rat<>d in thru r .
The"olusia school board held thel"lli and fr.. Davtona1Iteaeh I' god .
county status of the board: removing m : fairly u.ll!.tl-lild.h -tret' in *
'II its regular monthly session in DeLand Balance last report.............. aitKiigthereeentarrival f( uud -atbfa't.ry. J
I Monday The oeial given at the residence; ef r/yM.N.Mw
Receipt for month.............. 1*IJ19 will come t,. the rix'ueb\ butting knuitx -. she has taken rooms: in Mr- .
David Jones, recently appointed a T. II Cave, >r Friday: evening of lastweek ;
Johnllen' lw \
Outstanding warrants............ 3 5o | at the stn tt intr-.tic.n apartment M? on allevHorace
member of the board, presented his credentials wa* :i try pleasant affair and Drew Mtddirton trel't. :
nturrndunday
J' and was duly installed. Total..............................lSi,23i:; Ot netted! some twelve or fifteen dollars for I from: Miami and iiac >|'tMl :i JK.Mtuinwith :xtewart left for t. Xucu'tineMwndaj : THE GLOBE :

Chairman Chandler reported lumber Warrants: drawn the ln nth...$ 1-I /j 9 i the church biuldmg fund Kefre-hnwnts :, \". I'. Grant tier the wiutcr morning. He \\ iU.i"it Jaek .

: ordered for a porch at Lungren. Balance on hand................. 1C.TV.: ;1 were .served, and amu-ements of various: F, .\. Stewart, Imv-n. arjxnttrfor, :-1I\'iI1c before hi* return. -

t Mr Knappe stated that after investigation kind* indulged Mrs K. M. .\dkin the t1art'nd..n. will .rr \<- thi.wwk Mavor Gar. P. Johnson made a hu-i- 116 South Beach Street. '

i he had given John Bennett pert Total..............................?ls,21t:: : fli made an excellent gypsy f..rtune teller from inrtany \. IIMi Hers trip Is Jacksonville this wttkMr i tl___ __ .

( mission to patronize the Spruce Creek Itemized reetipt: looking into the :ture for nearly everyone Thew tarter and children returned '! . .' .
>- \da Mmm; 1.1 ?caclifT, N. r.. O .
, r
f school. Examination fms.......... ............$ 13 00I present There were probably fifty home from (luttano 1 I."t''
I has again acirptid' th' > itilif1 <..f h'ko- 'ga
q Chairman Chandler reported twelve A C. ('room.............................. Hi719 or more in attendance graph ojitrator at the ix n.\T'litJ'if1 and week Mr tarter ill come },nave tie :

; desks at Midwood, but that he had not T II. ('aver., went to De Landed- I DR. HOUGHTON N..... .. .. .. ... .....
latter of Nenemlier. Mr (
will arrive here a1. iK-ctmlxr part arterre :
Total...................................$1< OI!) >ut 1>ttvkncIC : .
Ali yet disposed of the house and lot them ne-daj in charge f the precinct ballot Cordn i, and family attired |>orts MrI: Jihnon as not entirelyrtruvend '! : t.ow Tide on the Beach.
t'' A 10-foot section of blackboard was 1.0" DENTIST. '_- _
from :"pringfi: <'Id. M 1:1-,<., tit the 'tt".llt'rpache ; to health jet
?i ordered sent from New Smj rna to the City Hotel Arrivals. dome telltthree"otes were tatted 1 H"Parker: DATa .. >r. P. JI DATa -I' x.
''A
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.\I from New Tort. two div s alto. Mr and Mr -. Mr I *. I.. L:. I II i Office: Suite 4. Opera Hou-e Clock. --- --- -,-
it Clearwater school. I in this precinct, tf wlmh tightcen were Gorman and ,
The and settled for | grandson, Harrvrnold,
thc'.inh.r
are ? their
following parties registered in Nor. 1 I f5 I t: :001'.1:1 I I.
The superintendent was instructed tot the for the amendment. |I picturf-iue: home on the l ank'" of the *. ('urtis ef xpnnpfiekl, Ma l >,.. I'hone 3iDr .1 .... t :t! 1,1 2.1: III
t j order twelve 10-foot sections of B'Itplate >- at City Hotel for theef.k: ending G \\'. \5r ilkmnm's new !tore building l erared by"at frx New York loI1- .. I'' sa :t ; .. :; I" 4 tJI
beautiful Ihhfax blnard! tordist i r m Houtfliton .. 4' ( .11 :'v':! 10. s.'I'
November 7Mr n\\ av, on \hiss ..
; blackboards, and to purchase a is nearmg mpletiun The s helvmg l .I tl. iI' i IU
!; <+pi>ed a day in r.>ut<' at J.ick-4'n\'ille{ i offW sin l. ,-!,.,. ei .w strf
dajMr PJ I r Ir
ij limited supply of dictionaries and maps. and Mr!'. Geo \\allace.: James and ttunter* are bung put in and we to take thpf.trnival. I and Mr*. Parker are at their wmte until| i hiy return, l last : : I : :: ; I ;

tl f Mr. Knappe was instructed to provide Carnell, L. I). Knox, Ormond; John understand that Mr. \\ilkmon will ate l: :; 1 t i 'T home t,n the lahfav Mr*. Gorman ;, (- \.tt'ml..r.- :. N':' : :r: b r :: :: ; zi I : :

teachers' desks for Kingston and for the Butler, Daytona beach; H J. Charles, > ('e put in a stock flf gad<. and Mr- (urti* bare leaped ,.f the'' ---- ... I IW 4t -r. :!II 10ll! roar
the electric light (font at the ( larnd: <>nla one Isaac l \ tc>mart KKrord s .. .. 2S
BljSTEWART II :set; : -r. II III II
t two new rooms of the colored school at W. 1 Chambers, H. J. Ert-bergcr, F..1. Samuel slaughter and family hive returned Hats the _
in Phiihps ikou-e eSt IVls '
Valley
> on ::
calf| :;1 :: : ; ::i
! Daytona. Guildtlanta; \\'. II Ruvell, J.-,hn 1'. to their forme home at Hiver- street ; & BLY I i .. : _. .. 12
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aei rrittt- 1 I 11 II tr SJ'' It." 1:11I:
tJE Mr Knappe was instructed to arrange Down, \ rlinia:; ; I. Thompson" Washington land, ra eo Count vMr \ridrtw J..,linn, ainter visitor : .. 13'' It n; It I" f
I ere re tact wk and bare take- ifthedartodw reo
'i for the sale of the old schoolhouse at D. C l'.1. Iron Ie> J. II. I hang. and Mr<. J. D lleacock have removed cottaci".. tai Gnndvicwavinue n one (crntlybratcdherefur the winter rereived : LAWYERS: i" 10\ I.! It'' 1 1xI: ,

Glencoe. Thos. J. Learj', Xew V>rk: C. C'hntiancy from Mr Howards cottage to ,I I ---
: a pair.fulound in the hand I II 'Ofhve iu Hank Huildmjr. IieL.li'L.\ : Hlgatlde6hourtbefureorafterlowtlde
t Chairman Chandler was requested to s. Wright, H. J. Jo> J. \\'. the linker
; rph, rottage rercntly varatrel by Miss iVercman has W-jutl the II'r. j from hihh hook while attempting to Bram offit o\er P""ttfirt' I1 TON t : .. .. . .. ... .... .....,
j see if there w as any school furniture in Fudger .\. Hnthd ld. I:. I.. H igmJ amud I :laughter and family I i M(<'alhim eottaee oo North Talky ca t his line this tnorning ctrl .had l to.

the Spring Garden choolhouae, amt, if \. Preston, II. !? Uobidere, M 1. J. There will\) l be an ojter supp in d. .>trc-et for the seaaunMr j,i rail upon| Dr \an \':tlzah J to remove th..
so to ship it to Seville Hul-ej. Jacksonville J. I.. Ne-ck 11,11'ilkinK.n's MMN.N.
: J. II new store building,\\ cdne : hook, which wa* dt-ejJj imbedded UI the NtNNNiNNd The Publisher's
Mr. Jones was authorized to .f Hlummer, Baltimore leo.; C'. '. .*. duce i dispose c ; : toektonS :-daj tvcnmcov 14. under tLrauspices I tIftll. However he received. .1
' the Juniata schoolhouse tfe latter part of Itvel week) fnma" m.nth'!' evinpara
and to transfer J.1'uwdlarth
I.f
Carolina; J. II Ha- Sunday: scho.l Let 'tive relict from the dxtorervict '. ,
M any furniture there to the Braddock con, I). A. Str..ud. II. \\ilder.ror. ever>one turn out, have a good time stay in Orlando, mach improrrd in i taunts UQ &orH,u,* result from:: an till'I 1 i PATROL Claims SustainedUNITED

. ,; schooL jthe, Ga.; >. E. \\ilson < rangeCitv ; ind get:; a gold upi>erorthingt health Hw tsdelrghted with tlw blllecttr I attitll.n t.

,i Chairman Chandler and Mr Knappe H m. Garland, Californiam; yams: W. .\. \\ <>n and family ofpnng'iild. : .\ large [tint y..f toun..ts and h.'mi .

i were delegated to go to holly Hill and Orange City; It L. renter. hiU.h; J..hn >: III, arrived Thur Jav- and J. Hunt purchasitr of the Gardiner I corner are edet;[ .ttd this afternoon Polished Copper STATES COURT OP CLAIM

;li' i try to adjust all differences there. Deer and wife, Indiana; I. II. kipper !is O"cuPJinl: one of Mrs E. I.. Howardsctttace : pn-perty. wile and daughter arm'eti the Haytkl..n lja. t-i different: tjpef The Publishers ettutlt"Lr.lnfxt.tMpoPwtar tt'ea+trr't IelneatlaatltHctioauralk

A petition for assistance in hauling and wife, 't. Lout; Irs. 1-:. L. Pacetti, -'. latter put of loUt week. and are hou!'e- I tlte} Ld: nabndireJ thoroughly I re-eUitedlnCTcrr
.
.I "on Pltotiograpb at his honk -t rand > ,Mail,and nstlr enncbej par'W1U
. nine children from Berebford to the De Mrs. M J. Rowhnski, I'..nce Park; I'. ket Bg in their new tw+me ..n the river news stand, and what with thedaih FIRE the put p+rre of adaptioir U to every mrt tlN lar..rand
; H Carter, Cincinnati Mr and Mr L. The : fntllt w\crvr rvquiremenU of another geosrfIron
l Land Unexpected
school, a distance of four mile, ; Happened. concert, attractive liutks and gi>t>d .**

i was granted and the contract let at S15 .\. Bryant, New Hampshire l>n the ballot f.>r Distend precinct Mr f Th o. Carter and rhiklrm, who : candy, it l* becoming quite a fiopularjhalfwavttpping ; I W'e are clean r>f tile and opinion accurau-lr that tats de cr aUer bee Uoirnwt tat

a i per month, provided that at least seven there was n<.t print'J the name of any I have: just rttorneil from a unmwr spent I ; place for the I'upli- i Tested Standard work result t that hat tuuhwu Let teen reached.urtunpllehed: Dtctionarr.), and tat

j f children attend school 15 days o'it of candidate for the office :II each school month. Port Orange.Port with her parents on tcean Jtvule\'ard. witfd la every detail. bas twn rrected In
I',' hl'notl'r5 were supposed to write the Tti* new rotnes that Hev.; .\ddvman every part,and UaJmirabi attptrrl to meet
350
J r John Bennett was: appointed uper- name of the candidate jf their choire: Kev. M. Herruk, \\ho hits charci of : smith and family arrival Pounds the later, ant severer rvquxmwnU cftrpneratinn e
Orange. Nov sth Mr. Hick safely at Poplar which demands more of popular
f ; visor of the Spruce Creek school and C and place a ('rtr.:5: m:irk lK fore the name the "ork report,* that the ,,"indIfor & Bluff, their i> tinti"h J'bl1t.iolCl'aJ kuowteJrf than any ftueraUOO
ho rented the cat half if hi"* building < ; were I\f'n i I II that the*.>..hJ haserera+ntafn .1.
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' Cone of the Tomoka school so written in. the new Gk'n\'iew church will be put in hearty welcome by the rhurth m-niU It l* J'C'rtll'1 m I to a colored barber who opened his r- I EXTI N G UIS to the Outionary In juduial work scot
l A petition for material for a colored shop last weekMr Onlv two Irg:11'otes for tonstabkwere thi* net k. and that Dr Marh will butt ,, -hip and have a plca+ut outlook for futurework : HE RS the hiirh.-. authority our In atx uracy; cf deflnltin.ai -
j' schoolhouse at Glenw ood w as nferredf'I cat, and they were both for John afternoon !'en ices there ":undavMr I that In the tureatntbepaftitwui '
and \Ir!. \\ ilco\ arrival Thursday : +l be the Kiurve of coiiataat reftrvnce.iOHl .
ltl!) to Superintendent Bolts with power to fn>m Gret-nev'ille. 5?. CMr \ \alkenberg.. !t> J C\JIl-t"blfo. aVwX
aitetnen
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Jacksonville
Tnbble. a prominent Iwtel man Monday and ex ratted--aturetiy. II M rendence at I *
+f t The superintendent was instructed to from the north, has: rented the Illinois I I will pend the weft there vuitine with i the corner t.f freatreeze: avenue std Pal with One Extra i iI CHthlM rri Ti N Vm.ut/U.

.' investigate the need of ceiling the Seville (louse from Mr. \\ inn. and will open it :NOTICE. ,,I relative- and enjoying the Carnival:. : metro street will now be rabeil to '
" colored school with power to act. -oon The dtfamationrculatedbroadllo\.er J. C.UiHuuns.of the \\' JIiatu* Department pletionVeLaretw. : INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY
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,1 The superintendent was instructed to Mr and Mr*. GtMwr. two grand Davtona. ptnm ula and vicinity to injure "tore. maJe a brief \L
procure an assistant for the Orange City daughttrs and a grand:on, arrived >at- defame and degrade m> character ,: Jacksonville this weekMr '* ., THE GRAND PRIZEthnhiaho.tawarlewarais.tcntMlntertw

}I. colored school as soon as possible. urdav'. They were accompanied by a w proven false and i* put in decree in':' and Mr-I n"g"hio6..t.i arrived 1',I just completedf"r h..u. s 'I I I /
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e+* in west part, the other in tlooll1 a' the a'urW'a i"Lr.H..oWl\
!f Bert Fish was appointed attorney. for friend, Mr*. II mi->. follow ire language, '..11k'gatiuos are ,, from run du Lie Mich 1 Tuesday after ', north portion of .town, at Sl I'W andaNAlresle'ctitely. $ 15.0 O. I
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1 the board at a salary of $150 yen j.t'ar.t' \ number cf our citizens are m Jacksonville I proven to be untrue and without foundat.on : noon, and are at home to their friend ? One <.t lice rooms 6ET THE LATEST AND BESTI'UVl
The appointment cf the following this wefk attending the carm-I !
val whatever, and ap|>ear tll have in th+ ir wintt-r h"me tin taller ,ttt't.t. and bath the otherix
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and
rxim- tiath ::lof f"rcrrltt in
teachers were approvedMcGlon : J. \\'. Johnson has suM hii ivt i on the i, been wantonly" maden appeal will, ) I Tire ; 'miu"I.1 "+|.t ned Tt.ur.- dawith \\'nt.. ,>r all for parti*-ular-. Address Box 99. {'rem;a 1 lI/'t""o sr..rrnhC.&CMERRIAM. owr \.I

J -Hattie Leech. corner of Herbert and Lafayette ,I. be taken upon balance of decree 1' Mr and Mr. \\"hlllt.tj! and Mr and VaJtuna Real L-tate and Insurance I .1 CO. "D'e,n
Pierson-Della Leech. street to Mrs. Ellenwood of Daytona D U. I
UEEKXUN, D D >. Mr. WU"l\\ard i :+ guest.. i-onipany. C S ILrri.*. vcretarj'. I ( ............M.. 'UIk.IINIlt. d axtaa,..... +'a+'
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Tho I..ee Writer. The people of the Faroe island: dug: S '
sIT \. The fashion of sonnet writing was at to their old Tistams and se.ilttl food

__ its height In the sixteenth century, la change, says the author of *Tn .
when llousard the French "prince of Farces and Iceland."-.. ut now and then t # K'
W poets" in his own country and generation one of them becomes a ron erntly. r.
; wrote over 000 sonnets, a total former. Such was an old man of
IORYOUAjI1TLtIwL
: : yy which appears only to have been exceeded Kromo who In his youth bad learned
|I by Gomez de yue edo, the' cabinetmaking In Copenhagen, tbta
., Spanish Voltaire, who Is said to have South
"''''' :' had been a blacksmith In New
:i j'I written over 1,000. Fortunately for Wales and later a marine In the Danish -
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Cut out our ads for her jF .. :e', 1" 'Ms. > '.. I; sonnet lovers some of the best poets l navy during the Sleswlck.Ilolstela
( cf. ; have been proUfic sonneteers I'etrarcb, ,
;;: :. war. Having thus traveled far beyond -:!
:, 1 who created the cluslc'moo1 bleb the wildest dreams of his countrymen, .,...
i later poets Imitated, wrote 313.: Cam- be returned while still a comparatively
U.,. : and help her win that / "i:;'",j-ffl .j;- k, | oens Is responsible for 352. Sir Philip :young man to Btromo and Invested his 1
: ";;).: I Sidney: wrote lOS, Spenser; 83 and savings In a home. Conservative ;

fllft:\ : Dante M>. English sonnets were first though he appeared to outlanders, to 1

Buck's Junior ?'j :;.' written by Sir Thomas Wyatt (tro H2) the Islanders be was a reckless Innovator :,
J Range on ? ( j '4 and Henry Howard, earl of Surrey He roofed his house with
r 1517: -47). and the first appearance of slate Instead of with the traditional! ;

any In book form wa in a rare pnbllmtlon turf, hut could find none to follow his i
display in our window. 1 i ; briefly known II< "Tottlpn II11-! example They shook their heads In #,
: cellany," the full title being "houss/ and doubt. lie argued vainly with themagainst
fs' Sonnottcs written by the Right lion the habit of throwing fish
oure I.or.le Henry Howard late Karle cleanings Into the brook and getting
) of Surrey, and other" The greatest drinking water "lower down. The only
tf av sonneteers of our language are Shakespeare advice they would accept from him- '

Milton, Wordsworth and Ros- and that after long hesitation-was to
settl.London Standard. boll their fish oil outdoors Instead of Lathe

hung room. But when this terrlbl -
Here are the contest Tirrr and Vulture .f the S".. innovator beard from a visitor
If the "killer whale U the tiger of that women rode bicycles In Englandhe
the sea" as the writer of an InterestIng was so astonished that he asserted

article In the September Windsor confidently that the world could not

i conditions bat It, the orcas surely are the vulturesof last much longer
: a + the ocean. In connection with whale

I catching the author of this interesting Cause a... Etr,,<<,t.
... I It natural history article tells of the fob Shakespeare saw life In large and

I lowing Incident: Some years ago a wrote as he saw. lie never "blamed It
J whaler In the northwest had killed a '
I on to God Ills pages are full of the
Every little girl 16 of I large whale and bad the animal alongside ; Inexorable sequence of cause and effect
years age or under, when It was attacked by a school and the swift march of deeds

of orea They doubtless were half points the moral of Individual responsibility
i.'f may compete for the prize. starred! and, crazed by the scent of If things were "rotten In Denmark -
I blood that extended away a Uig distance ," It was because the fathers bad

COPYRIGHT BY ROCKWOOI probably followed It up like eaten sour grapes and the children's x

All our ads will contain at least one Buck's RICHARD CROKER AND HIS VICTORY. hounds Immediately attacking the teeth were set on edge If Macbeth t.
i I whale The men, with spades and trembled at the knocking at the gate it x
II I Richard Crokcrn! suit against a BntNh mag-miie charging criminal libel, lances, cut and slashed! at them in was because conscience doth make J
: trade-mark, and every ad will count. j jI I which was settled out of court, attracted much attention on both sides of the dieting terrible blows yet despite this cowards of us all. The ghosts that .i
Atlantic. Mr Croker, who now lives in Ireland, took ewpion tj an article the orcas literally tore the whale from haunted Bosworth field were of Rich
entitled Tammany In Kntlaud in I the London Magazine. one of the HarniH- the ropes and carried It off This cer- ard's own creating and Regan and a
J The contest continues until December 1st. I worth publications For many years lee was the head of Tammany HaiL The tainly shows that the orcas, togetherwith Goneril desperately dead, reap but i
alleged: lil!ous article barges him with blackmail, bribery, subornation and a very fair share of Intelligence, their inevitable due. In short Shakespeare i
oilier oflVnses. When he resorted to the courts" the magazine speedily made are also creatures of extraordinary 's message Is the message of a ,

: i b The prize-the Buck's Junior Range on display I overtures for a settlement courage.-Dundee AdvertiserAlwa robust! manhood and womanhood: ,j!

Brace up, pay for what you have do s'
?. !. Trouble. good if you wish to get good. Good or
: A still summer's evening quiet and bad shoulder the burden of moral ,
i i in our window, is a beauty, and well worth almost sad. The trees nodded sleepily responsibility and never forget your that )

as It hushing the world to rest Sud- cowardice is the most fatal and most s

fi i for.THE M gar ti's, denly the silent hf'autyas rudely disturbed futile crime In the calendar of crimes. 'j
working The clattering of a horse's
Cowards die many times before their j
(ow ri hoofs broke the silence Into a thousand deaths j
f 4 4x echoes A horseman dashed! through The valiant never taste of death but once s

f the scented lanes, rage glittering from Martha Baker Dunn In Atlantic. f
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i bill eyes lIe .sprang from his horse and i fi
hh rushed Into the still homestead and Te Cheer Him. ,-
1 y dragged forth Farmer Brown. The wife of his bosom ws going to f
i "\\ hy, what be matter. Squire Tamp. leave him for a fortnight, and FIt&I I

I I son?" queried the worthy farmer In Tomkins was trying his very best to
GRUBER-MORRIS I I sleepy surprise. look sad I
} i' '1 ? Matter repeated the squire. "Wb,. "My dear" be said, choking back a

4 t matter enough, to be sure! Your great chuckle with his handkerchief and wiping -
3 ?: I. lubberly son Jack has run off with my his eyes "I hardly like to think 1
HARDWARE COMPANY beautiful daughter Maud." .
INC how I shall miss you. The evening Ii
"Has he, really?" cried the farmer, will\ be so long and lonely without you. I
now thoroughly awake. "'TlK e.rt rightt' I shall have no one to talk to." j
." ; 7r call 'Ira a lubberly Idjut He's allus "George," said Mrs Fltx. surveyinghim
: ____ I doln' Romethin clumsy Only larst with a marble eye, "I bare provided \1

w k .....................*..* wetk he went an' broke a shovel!*- for your comfort In this as In .

ME BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE. i i r1 London Express. every home you other will way.find dear When mother you return there. .'

e TKflflRA r MrltlBK Mr Clay Mlth 5..'. n>y.. She will remain till I come back and
:.- 4 t a There Is an apparatus which concentrates keep you company In the evenings,
the rays of the !sun from more I George! "
$SZOOO A four room bouse and nice $C7300 For a furnished house good: ; Hoiiiflilf",_ with nil\ M.xl- : than <5, small mirrors on a spot An l as! the train slowly glided out of I
lot Kingston All rooms location. Kingston! Three 4aFJDd t-T-- r .
in ( .
I .tll C.ntrtlirn.e.. about seven Inches In diameter TL.. the station the guard wondered why
floor. Good flowing well and rooms on first floor; three room and un- :

e bent generated Is about 7M degrecs Fltz Tomklns bit him when be
nearly
Tinety of fruit Lot 100x255 feet. fitted bath room on second floor; well e, I I'In :
North Hom'I.il: Dmtona
< built and nicely finished Good out- t F. Iron can be melted In less Insinuated a tip.-London Telegraph.o : :
tiAAA For corner lot and cottage: buildings! and flowing well About an : Hoard with "r without rooms aa 1frw'l!! than a minute and fire clay fused In
,"tflVVV' Ridgewood Axenue. Lot acre in the lot; 100 feet frontage. Variety o almut three minutes by this machineMagnevla Sinecure In Ch....
ttlJM feet Miy I he bought without of fruit in excellent condition :e ft.ClCJ( a on,. t>pt''il\ 1 t bretk. : ..JrU X02. one of the hardest things to Everybody In China works bard, even
-Be& e o r il melt, requiring a heat of about 6,400 those who have reached the highest

C10000 For a large house in good 1 MRS. ELLA H. GLENN, : l ,. degrees ...., can be reduced to a molten positions.. It is related of a member of

tlAAA A four-room one-story cot- $ location; suitable for a }'ro rit-trl'l'lI. : stale In twenty minutes For the lx'neflt I the Chinese cabinet that be left home
,flwW" tags at Holly Hill. Out- boarding house. Ten sleeping rooms, e of those who wish to forget the every morning at 2 o'clock as he was
tdkhnr for wood, etc. Corner lot, with extra rooms for family or servants eeeseeeseeee..e.eeeeeeeaaofee4eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeel6 name of this Instrument It I H called on duty at.the palace from 3 to (0. As a .
190x330 feet planted to variety of fruit. on third floor. House is new and fur- r the pyrhellophor member of the privy council be was
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nished. Lot 55x200 feet. Some bearing wa" ,.oa
nc.nrosH engaged from 0 to 0. From 0 until Ube
(4000( Amce residence in beautiful orange trees on place. I Protective Color. of Animals. was at the war department, of
-- DUCHESS OF MANCHESTER AND HER SON.
location on Rid i g e woo d, I mm to trace a faint clew to the which he was president As the mem-

loath of town. Ten room house, only $3000 A residence in select section e F. B. PENOR : The four.yeir-oil: : son of the Duchess of Manchester. who will be the tentbDnkl" connection: between the protective coloring Ur of the board of punishment be wan .
two old. First and second floor convenient to business '
yews .
por- e .: (.Manchester If he survives his father, Is a sprightly! lad, lie Is moreAmt'rll'an and the mind In the Intense desire In attendance from 12 till 2, and as a. .
of MX
Porcnes; barn and other outbuildings; tion of the city. New house
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than 15rlti-.li his mother .. of the fox to remain concealedand minister of the foreign office he
wing well and extern. Lot ISO) feet rooms with bath and toilet on second being': the daughter of Eugene Zimmerman, spent
feat hj over 400 feet deep. Variety of floor; hard and soft water. Easy terms. + CONTRACTORANDBUIIDER. : ': a former mayor of rinolmmtl and his cran yoaafruit -- marriage to the present dukes father Miss: (onsuvlo Iznaga of New York. theory we Infer from the fact that a addition he frequently served on spe-
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Miss Helena Zimmerman wa a pretty Ohio U>lle of twenty-one when she blind animal does not change color. cfci boards of commissions. .
$$1100 I Business building; in Dat.: $25Six room, Kingston house on Beach Four: class and workmanlike mannerMaterial *: married the young fluke of Mimlx-Mer nearly six years ag>. Put a dozen minnows Into an ordinary I '
'* Beach, 15X36 feet> with floor two rooms ;
be JOdU rooms in tore room. Lot and rooms floor.on ground Good flowing well Lot : : GOT WHAT HE WANTED. In n very short time be of a pale color.If I The London Dally Chronicle gives
feeL .1
100x462 feet; some fruit. over one no change passes we may I these eccentric pronunciations of a few ,
--- -- -- -- --- -- Flans and Estimates Furnished alust I, be tolerably certain that It Is blind.- of the curious place names that dot the I

$$2100, New of 5 room house In north Ilouseand large lot at Holly + of R-f.-renrvsPotttoffice + !i From Dale's "The Fox" map of England: Rhudbaxton Is Rib- 1 "
part city. Three rooms $2200 e i
Hill Four rooms and bath ai son, Woodmancote Is Uddenmuckat. 'fr
r1 ground floor
ftetrfc light; flowing; two rooms well.second Lot 56x168 story on ground floor; two largeBrooms on see- S box ytDaytoiia!I: I'laieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeoeeoil: i Guru. A..'.. Sawbridgeworth is Sapser, Church- I
fet Some orange trees. ond floor. Soft well a "I have a pleasant surprise!! for you down Is Chosen, Sandlacre Is Senjiker i
Outbuildings. Variety of fruit; number Miss Sharply." Little Urswlck Is Liloslk, Aspatria InSpethry

$J4000 A well built, nicely finished of grape vines in bearing. Price fur- 11td "Can I guess what It l Is!II.Ir.. Bore- St. Osith! Is Toosy! Cbaddenwjche I
house of seven rooms and nished $2350._ some T'"You Is Charnage. Happlsburgb 1 f1liazeboro

jutted.. bath room, in nice location atteeze. =====::NNNN==::, de't may try Miss Sharply" Salt Fleetby Is Sollaby Alm- s
well C3COO For a nine room house; in ondesbury Is \me ,
Outbuilding flowing "Let me see I guess you are goingto bury Conugresburj I t

ad.astern.Price furnished Some orange, 4250.and grapeOOUU wood \'nue.splendid Lot 50-foot location front.on .Ridgeknit. ; | Neville H. Clark N j I tell city.me" that you Intended leavingthe I I Is CoomsburyThe !

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V i N, Satisfactory Part. 1
"Good Miss
1 night. Sharply
lots few hun [I OPTICIAN. H Hi i i, "Good night Mr Boresome."-Cleveland Jamie having come Into the
in from a
ranging price :: Plain Dealer don' of considerable wealth OSIU'J'J
the death of relatives
was (
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|red to several thousand dollars. :: ( ..... :: l | "Wealth has Its disadvantages; "said "Aye, Jaml, It was a gold thing for
\ : :.:. the philosopher yon that your rich frr >n* waur born 'i/1 1Irl
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:II: j \es," answered the man with sportIng afore yecel..
and Grover Lands. ii "\\ ." said Jamie, "I'm nee san
Farming
i Eyes Examined Free j Incl'nati-wjs! "It must be very monotonous -
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II b for a man to be able to bet sure about: that, but It was a guld thine V".
it N a t y that they deed afore ml'."-Dundee
1 2't $5,000 or $10000 on a horse race without I
4 { Clarks Jewelry :store. ;:: ,1i Q I caring whether be loses It or not." : .VdvertNerAdaptlajr.
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M -K:::x2sns::xrHQeo.J.VandeVord Alms to Eads.

..itt A. FINE PROPERTY FOR SALE I -------- 50..d,," Eipeaslve He-I think a woman' club to bwsuccessful
should aim at something far
Dumley-How much will It cost to
++++++++++++++++++++++++++ II removed" from female suffrage She-I
+ t send a packing case from Philadelphia
't Albie residence on the peninsula opposite New Smyrna, + to Boston? Freight Agent-fell cents don agree with you That should be'
; property + its sole. aim He Yes, but If !It alms at
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v, + Binkti "Gothl What a head I've got on ma. I believe a good splash of a foot. IJumleI'-1Jr' How many feet I
,.;,, i of fourteen or more rooms on beautiful knoll, facing on North In- i + cold water would- Is It from Philadelphia to BostonT- I something else It Is more likely to hit
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Builder and Contractor. + that-l-blladelfbla Ledger
Philadelphia Press eWhy
River Magnificent view of surrounding country and ocean from + + :J
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ap4. I !She tft.MMress
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Abundance *
'Jpper Btory. Beautiful shade trees about the house. prentK-w employed When you Curate's Little Girl-My hen has lalt.ll Hut bless me, why are yoo
.a + want a good house built at a + ," I !leaving us. :Mary I'm pure I do all t .
au Icar s Little cJrl-\ly hen
J11*'. Substantial dock river front : egg j I the work. The General !t'rnnt-Y.': .
on it to ;
+ reasonable cost w i111'u.r011 has laid two Bishop's Little 011'1-1| I-
1 but I don't Hire the '
ma am
UrKkwork, plus way yon I'
+ get my price That's nothing. My father has laid a''
: I Best of Fishing, Oysters, Clams, Etc. tering, lenient worL sl.r" 'iilty JJ foundation stone.-London Sketch I' do -Sydney (N. H. W) Bulletin 1.

Office and Residence cor. 1'ol-
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Suitable for private residence, + usia and Second St, I He that was never acquainted with
About ave Be
; three acres of land with house. ri sure you are right Then consult I j .
ty. Y.
+++++++++++++++.4++-++++++ a/ 1 | adversity has seen the world but one your wife. Then go nhead,-8t Looii i t. ,
& itarlnm I tide and U Ignorant of half the scenes '
or hotel purposes.If ----- r. Republic t ,
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; interested write for particular, prices and terms Ea Better Be arefal I spend my winters In Samoa" said t ta ,
i I tra el "It U always,summer ;
; eir.goy i A sporting paper recommend. a certain > ?r t'
: PURE way of atoKling the bites of S there There the babies swim. CaD .r
'fI. I dog however eatag All one has to 'I you imagine a quainter, a more charmIng -

q, Q b tfO i to In. to !stand! perfectly still and hold sight! than a host of babies, none q faf
I C r one hand out. The .dog say the I II ovrr two years old laughing and .

( fruit Juices Ii ... I writer, will\ take the hand into hi* crowing and swimming like flab In t
'N1 h G 0 t : mouth but will not bite It But what pools of clear sea water? You will a** I.

"INSURANCE \ :i guarantee have we that the dog knows this eight! In Samoa Samoan women S
\ i i I ths-London!! Globe believe sea baths benefit babies, and ,

I ; ; Served at s In that equable climate they bathe their
poJ pt I Ulffrrrares of Op'.'... little ones dally the year around. The
(IXCORPORVTKD.) 0 : \ \ \ "Women are hard to understand," youngsters soon learn to swim. They

I | Clapp's Pharmacy said the callow ihlloftopher. can swim before they can walk. And i ito
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BERT I
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FITZGERALD President. I \ wt.a "Henrietta has never yet spoken bet In the lea Is well worth a 500O
and Treasurer. [ Cor. Beach bt and Orange are 2 I mind to me without making herself I I mile trip to Samoa"-FnlladelpnU Bulletin
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known man or woman 'I I Almost any tllsh which hall t3 r T Captain Kc. )i" I t' f.itiier of ,..-- ..., ,-.-j:; -.'

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eroted to the affairs off In Formation. : and to our way of thinking. &:\ theo ... .! T .7. A : captnia; 3'gi "" ...:. ... -- u
the .
venture to say that the native quarters of the town tines was pure to take with the I. of Cb.L.! :fto" f.JJt a "". ; ... .-

Urge is under the deepest of India the strange spectacle may he man epicure And If he were una. inarvhi: .: uUosor S.; ".11 er n:. the move | : ...

t to pansles iolets, roses and seen of a butcher seizing a piece of to made It costly any other way !t. s St Ti>e girl :ills! f uuy!! ta-teil tbe -' -. .

,jaie but a few of the blosgilently meat In his hauls anti cutting It in would add powdered preclou staui: I xno>t \ :triel;1 uiiKtaiyil: ; i' 'e-itie. esIrien w. ..

help tLe good axelChrist'11 two with a stroke of his knife held between I gold dust Nero dined on oae occt-: : <>e< ii: Flau:>rs. at < i !.:altar and 'k r. ...

.- World. foot. the first and second toes of his from a peacock which was !ldllk:.. : ,, finally ut Jamaica.vl! (--a tie od! cam- ?

The shoemaker use no hist! but with diamond dust and specimen o' i ()aln.'r: d'eil of e.1.y: fever." A

4tzerrl.taz On*". turns the unfinished shoe with his feet that bird dressed with gold or .v't' !; i, fciir.pl.( n.ute1:; : :jonl lutuied. lout shiftless y / a a W. fi

take your da? out for a run while his hands arc busy In hbaping it crushed pearls were l I.y no me.im a j and rather! j'l'jlt'I'Y Irishman. Uojr-

jter.be has hid a meal if So the carpenter holds with his great rarity at the triclinia of the rjri.-vel I er 1 lore Isis t'Kioi'it' ; ; i it bratcly' andcarrieil r .

Is at all h.rd tha food will toe the board he Is cutting, and the Romans. A dish of parrots toi, l : his !
gested fur i' vrs. It Is best wood turner bandies his tools! a* well was a great clt>1i\I"Y. H"t:1 i1;Mi 1..1 Ilt-'lrt "My I fatbrr." says Stenie, wwas: rii

jBotr g dog to pi] y evtn directly with his toes as with hU\ -fingers. parrots' tongues which bMl t ee.itpt. of a kn.l'.t! ili"j p.s.items, ropy vt 1 .

dud jrolbv. rd l M. dinner. InGnuu1 This use of the feet to asai Nt the bye. when in their i>r>j>"r phase. of i all .:>-1;;" u.1 i >o i-i"u..vnt In his own

hale be C1I d a, I tt da not hands in their labor I I.* not. however I! framing:; word, was of n1"vrt meal: I I tnt"vittunthat I Nthjf .11"1"4.t",1 n-> one no

tha td r us' it. the mere result of practice, but li ,I MII"Itlup.: which ln,Tet
principally due to the fact tis.it the I ratio! w"'Lh th!' tr.il.iiHri ..r tli.- I tIn ea day f nn-I n >t hews Mlili

I Hindoo font is quite different from ![ defunct! l'arrotC.noth.'r tiled f<'r'': fient for y...Ir S iu.'.,'>-e" t\t'.1 a I lwracler f I

& our: inip\ anatomical -onr.irniation.: whit It tin IZoriinn o't'ctir.-' In the : : a'i-1' wli a fI'I"- ,1nI.1: site r r 1,
"
1&MaleyCo. The ankle of the Hindoo and the ar 11o1.t of paying: ftlalon: +<< [liras! ass :, 1.:',- tII tr tn wiiicii; \ ivI'K! of tV *>ii

I ticnlatloii of the back of the fat Permit the phenes'tgdrlt nbeh: I I.. l"' :" voil I1 .:h---.l: | her rmu..tio.t <-f on" of the

(Comforts considerable lateral I motion. Then 1| have 1 wen Ci" planl"':,''''. It bad:: Iii wo.-t pTf.t.t and' "r ::titfil, ; Ilortraits| in :

'< ) the toes possess a surprising uioliilily. : home In the mo-it iinrtlM-r'y I p-irt-i of the cailery tlf Tn: ::li 'i ,'e'i.s1. :

s::..Spreads, etc., also The great toe can be moved freely iu Scotland and Norway, an! I as this

all directions and the first and second .' made it hard t3 pot at tin tomans nj .at' and KrMrtli. .

_i1 Pillow Cases. toes are separated by a wide space predated It all the store and |I.ut {it in The tlie-K-.e ....>. "*Tiiiu,: the |I..-> ;jbility j- ..

:1"': sometimes as much as five-eighths;: of : the same rank with f'Slrll'Ibuz. I of our liivin-i I'rl""i"II.lj existedswm II" ..

r an Inch across at the base of the toe ,| zards and jK-acwk*. The ttiuzues of ti IK ('!idle+.". I .r tluiii all I tMnkHH

and two inches at their extremities. !< these birds were KiNvially "rt'l'ar''tl together > oi..' best whirr su-:. st,* tatet! 1.4tt''t' .

The articulation of the hip I la also pe- ; with the brainy<< and t.x.k the I'Il at r-5.irth; and that when we e' y
place which turn em nftt'r.t> prcvion: o\ _etb
collar and this renders it easier to use a hors d'oeuvre would now up
toes take. l bated we d st' either; as men or: \\ -"'ti"'naivordin
in
.the handling the +
object by en ; 1.t
ta: whether we we, i. -n--a.
I abllng the Hindoo to sit\ in a squatting:
i
I afontiiiitT1ii< l.-ir.- I 01"-
posture much more comfortably than I The Word on n Clear nn,. or tneji ..
we can to. A j What mean the various word. which! oiunt* for the Miffmcette and I tie -
similar
formation of thefret [
... I# '1"3'4r ar
are Ions; hairti thin v si.-i i e-e II.< v I .
stamped on the litl11,1 !ties: of _
and toes is found among the An- a .. +
jP. i "tter 1I..tll.1 bnnioiriv t: (I'i > -
but It cigar; box? These are not mere fIII"Ynnm'R. | I -
amese. is
.
not. as might be \ -
supposed .- '
but terms like ""t't"tly pretty" t -
actually ile' TiS'li > I.
a
common thing among barliaI -
; of the tlieui-'ehe-J ntea. I'ltsum:; ) .1
rous and tribe cigar.; On the !lid U the nnnn .>f
savage .
I the cigar. The material tlf which wv were; f' >l
(
One I ro-it tlr tl.e! I.x .1.-
t naturally thinks of the resemblance then i i" IImts'tI in our i-o'ii.m' ,-; r -
rcrilies the .. "
to I' sh.p: and size. a ,- w-
a monkey which a Inmian beIng '
fur the nnt tiiiinly women! .p e'iwte
$yNZ1rCU" Pillows are filled using both feet and hand iu the chat Teiua. "rt",.:.tlia which: Mat .
: tenernlly In.-> Ia
men :
,..; the .h:1I". uid "iHTfix-t infantP+."
clean and odorless feathers. manner described above must present I,,"nt< abut thoui. 13: t !r' ,, .r .
priinvs+st +. which; sin'fy; th! 1 she:: '
i feathers are used to properly fi'l l and yet the Hindoo foot Is not at all'I These kt>t.:t ton perfuradng the-... >t {.
i in.ijIs; :1:1..1.{l. n" "frit-ill1: *
; cover. A pillow not properly like the foot of an ape( or monkey. "IIi'\al.-\ thr a';h nil ac e4 It bard!tluk ,'
"t'.ndlhl": :". I.J state tar
<< I1ed cannot give satisfaction The great toe is not opposed to tu! > liot'i' \\ orryins: tI' r v--\ |I. irMvnis r ,:,. k
and
>h.git! sic. At the! Irack >fthf _
other toes like a thumb ns with lo! '
occurs: tt uii\ in tLe ':
r pair of "EMMERICH" Pillows 1 1i is !bat where the .1 tiirnV T. i *
the monkey and accordingly the |l'I-dal I the ...hnllii: : : tet ;0"- ut e -i I
;ilipd and is guaranteed to taml'" quality >f flap -itr.ir- >-upertlna. -
' pare dexterity of the Hindoos i is nut to h.1 : 1\ ." ** to thin arranrer.eit.; ; 1..1; -i;, \\ .s' '. l
Si'wtire; satisfaction or money re- "tiiu. lor.Miporior! ; arwlt
_
taken as an Indication of su-'wu le- -
j >uiri.. 1 eins; tie UTIH in the K-
JiII1ed.. scent Pearson's Weekly. i iI The IIrniirLaMr :'V-n. 4s f
. scending: M-ule. The C.I.r: of the cigar 1
;( !I -The rhea of f.wth. .\I'I' re
is devbtiv.l on the ri:.:ht li.uii: rape i l or
f I markaMe I4r.t" said :1'i -"riTiie 1 -I
I******** ********* end of the os. "nar't"sisnitii": r theIilttet
************** * ,A male rl ea liite'ttilt! M.He 1.0' ,
I .;; colored.col, .. dIri1h.
and nt th? ft..in.ile i- (,1.' .. .T
j tOttrORT. .
: CORDIALITY. er hark l'ul"rut.tluk.! \\.tI'ac.I. utahuro"
CUISIM: : ; :
..' .
lie sits alvvayo in a .|.'It.; ,\ ul ': e
_. darker. muluru": very dir..
l4H'.. where tln're i IH no I ""j l .. ;iti : r

l f THE GABLES- ; "oscuro"est. 4'Xtremely dark "negro" dark > nttr.U'tii -n ies. and! :is .n athe s t=

-- -- -- )-t'I'n-:= are U.rn (lie question! : .- in'w t o

I If I fee I then Tli rhea: ,PI".t; "

f fe NOW OPF.N. : The-lending----I'nrt.TwjnnI jt''e
y tIt}-<* ln'fore the e':u-i :ir' i "[" i *fit i
hear that Skidmore lass led I
t .
fm S. H. MOSELEY sh >\ .-< n Proprietor. : the Widow WettN t,> the altar. Triplet
W with hi* bill and pays ilifu! in tlicm:
-That is what it it culled l for p >lite-
What I in the r..I'If'. : The r.ult' i< ili.n
'Sltaated on Volusia avenue Rates on application. \'P8'4' sake, but from my |1..1 ..f obnervation tw
t the hot South African: sun .1t i-."- Ip.er| !
tleltr the Halifax River. Table Board : ; it looked as tlnniuh the widow Tlir rislUfinii70..l;
a Specialty.STAKLEV .
the vit". and the father breaks thema
< were a neck ahead: of him all the 1 tit I l> II!;! iI
: ', the \ouns: MnU U-xin; to appear i : in > Fr
way up the aisle. fI'II 4'I a
It the licit and tin dies ....tll.. on tin-in I .
llOl'SK: in UIII I [ i .;, .
run connection as a rooming house.1NFN1rfet : ------- <
and in Iwenty-foiir boars they are ails (
'- Men are born to succeed, not t<) fafLThoreau. X..tr' l I:' .' I' M" i 1 fUH: | t'.fri-.
; i .4eYeseit44eltciftf .........xtcr4i ltlifaayxr x.rullx with witriu* tender juicy, delicious a |>;lr!)' fn'iu JI.T.-.< the Ailantuoiijoj
worm, Iii l..>xt foo.1 In the wont for
1= --- IDa; hUItU" I ty wan hot.. and 1 u
the ne-t of new l horn l I'tpllIn..rtlrtk :!'. ,
t young man I i I' -nmi' offt-n-jl II. :t ,
-
sire
n-Jiinc if-/ t tlut.. uf thelaivwork ? ,
<;-. a. Anllior.Writing .
hi i ,MI', .' ',-b U the ;in-
..r sjarri.-k's efforts
literary II
THE BEST .It r Milan miri! ; 1" -'INh speak r t I tw
I "'5P14-,- not every one known that bew.t Il
,
i'
lag iwti r.ft! :10" 't Amcrl l
the! author of ..! well kaovrnlifw. ,
ran in Fnirlisli rl.-rux, .1 I tll>!,"lr.
II,> ul-! I J'liksl. fn.-i t .1! of thestare
'J: t (1'1.; nl. plead It in hp.irt awl .. '
and stltI.'r :ffr'al: : <4 !fletdidas

4 I t. hr.c nuk" Imp WdnM&II ; I'! .. other a I ., rrittrnuar ;

i ij V.- .' -r l ',:.'Mlill': !t.'t: i In a

nit I tar ih) trcst I: inii ;it 1...I i ,, : '>! t tin-!,
of Clothes ::: '".1 :
; "s ete.It.eu i of the!: n' I ...1| |>.'-
i !r1! the "-m: ;
} 11.' i t w :.45.---. ins. ru"I -. IlIi..i"I: L.f.! --.' v n ._' i uH.! ,.f ,

i I Or airiitill:: tf i ".e :'!n' *h WII.M: ,t-! IV only 1r wtX

one wh' ,', I ir.t r.i-.> It !""I t and n- '{yi tq3, iyy
lU-i i I r. ik : ,, ...'k lily WM .in Kiiffl': "!mitii. .'>1 ii, t'x only
II. f ;irv our men. k
I ene tu in.ikev.l<. w t'o-. I Ii in was a
: Hut I _, ratty ewe kwrws! lilt I
Nps.r| ;
In the House Free i rp.irr.nii mi ;.,''d-iniitb "who wrote like with jrvonjc'I man t'ns.:\\IIt" pn-i'\.il' !hw" word-. se.. ::5 # Ii

I an i I' c.-l I .u-.l. I t.ilk'd like !...'sr I'.Jl." an I i

j i I eprgrsnti' Its.it conveyed only half One I.an 6m. ...c.ran'hlll."t .
truth.-: i.irru-k mrtlal have bean woe .
.,
if : lJa. L. I III' 4-ral.! or
of tintiist! to admit Ixmdott Splwre.
4 Thor ."I-it' :' 1.1'1'.1 ,n .tit ; to t '

i t.IF; for Every "Dollar" Spent You Get a Chance! I 1 I llai.it K one or llMl.ll.tinworld'* controlI'uia rrN4trr Tote 1 I.I'. :ts.r. :, t t I"'f'r
.. .Irtlnll.--, h-. i.. it ,', 1': ""1 -ill": vtas's.
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; i'lliunu-t"* :\1. ni !i ay,AWiycitj .
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s. "t 't. tNt' ,\,1\ oJ I Itll.II
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j liy I li'n-r' uf li.-tblt.,: UIK-HI-ri.HKly; << \ -
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All (hi.' .' tniirly! ; ., -..,1. Tlu-
-< : (pe p.| '
J} hij'v: 'li '1.1'1.> other iii! ti\v. 1b.luaft.- ft : .
ii a.i : l 1"11"_' t'-iiil froii' : i
skin 'iiir.
j i it ,-t" 11.t: :>;; .'.-rt-iin things (In a ilsui-l ill ;: I je pit t. 1'1"1.! -. t from,
nmI1av 1
\ n.\ :L.-I:I' A ti-niii lN>tiniiitip( t./' t
i On Saturday, Nov 1. I I.- .. .i-l\-. n eti... .\1oI,* until i it f.it. "Ihe pelt I 1t'i: : -i.-: -:. I 1I;". '"

4 b'- !r.sin thitiin sciinvly If I si frame. s..1.... 1. ;i 1.'..-i I"al' tintirf.ne '

i i.< fr v fr"-in; ur'iM.Tlio: .
' ] hr--------! 1'1,- habit or rigs,( "r wn"iK: I
! 10th o I and ft..Ii I U then |...u1 1 ff "' .ttl! !i .1 ;Ircttlarkiisi'e u
ember we tk> i s I---------- :< nuasttr sus.>npf I
will \ .. l ;j 'I..IM.T.mfcl.. not I l--f tteesd.- It IH ln l 11I..j i -N.-4-u-.-.t I .n,1 whitIng MRS. VON BOHLEN UND HALBACH.t'II.I"IIhtt'tll .

Uro. kt.ni 1 HIM.Only.-. *|> 'ash or it 'llu- 't .i-kn.'u: :: thin J
!
with a: iiirj;;.' imm'.i--: -t..m- MI'* the I > the .M 'I.--, > .; !.. in ,II.I,- world i it :\Ir-c. Justav von Bohlenond ,

i deposit with the Aler an li>U...lp. f&i,*. Hr npxt :coe* .'ms-r i I' u th an UiH: a.-i.! !I"1.. ." l'.eii'i: Ki"i' ;>:> ilaimhter; ..t the famous German '

- : i Mary-i j -n.-lc Nt-d. wlwfs .1 tsoneyi. Ir ni i's-rrnt.ient/ and iu' ::1 ,- ,,! .-.tOIl1I .1! munuf.ictiivr of :ii): [ ti'i.-r.! d.) iil. she nihorited |properly said to

Z .: 1 I'.a.-ticlor riM-h "llw tJntr" toe with |I"ttuis: : T t ...t >ne. with! :1:1: ,,1!, nl. Tb9kin escwd $WII.'''*'. *1". Sin.owu> tin- ,t'.'.it (Krupp works at IO"'D.h're are
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Bank sealed Yi I. .. i Kni'ltMiy! 'iie.t. lihl"lltlll (sat I manufactured the artillery aM: nrin' f.r th!,, -rniv ami the armor for the navy
chants a < r. t\\--i., 11.? .' ""Irria1,1 the U"orc- < ..
.
I Il' .rfcr r.littt-r. iI." f..hM.olh I""lin..1 I j of G..ruflIlY.IN.. von Itohlen. a si.! all! N- 1.11'1\\11. U I twenty yeah of age.
n.i I --- --
.11' I I Ste I* described as a wholesome. scnsibUyouu, ? woman. It baa U.vn stated

AN EARLY 1 that upon her tr > ,- >. -I? cKende sty' Jt2."rf>.
DEVELOPMENT.Hirsutski ;
which will .
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.rot ers I MRS. vV. H. COLEMAN.


Mr* \Viiii.au:; il I'.f- Indiana's best known

i .41,14)1 tier print ir .:t ;1'T' : ..n"T'-t in events brought

f i t her an $pp1'1'' t" r-[i't'h' r skin ua oieinliet of the Iosnl of lady

{it a born pianist." i. r' I' .-\1 .- u 4St I.niU In 11.11 Mrs. 1

DAYTONA. g "Ha is indeed. They say that when ne ,, tn i tau lea J ,ie ..ei,' '. ('. : i- -1! '' -ok a leadis!! : part

Isouth Beach Street .J I (shed ail the keys en a JJOO piano. '' .





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....ItIt UtJUtIt..1Ut DACHSHUNDS. '. -1-1)1:1 I ) I lit I I I Ml I 1 1 I III I I .I.1.-! I II I !r 1 II I 11 1 I I t-I 1 i;i-I' 1-I-i-l'M-i-II I I"H-H I r:.;oj.....'..JJJ..UL........'..'.!xaw....vhw.......lw,/JJ. .Ufcf"JJ'NJYN,.' :::.:::!!!!I.' _

WON AT BRIDGE ; .


ii CONRAD GROCERY CO. A. Flchter.Caste ef Badcera E...ne... y Hive Sc WHIST tH ; ; JohnSeIden'sDog :I Miller=StrohmCo.

e The good natured. philowpbic German 'MI ; : i in in i ; : i : i ; : : i + I
: : : : : : : .
dachshund has always been regarded i i I n I ; : : 11 I I n I I : : I : :-:. i -
[OrIginaL
I.!**, tar f H. Hirt ) I
la {C'.prtght.
less of
a
as more or joke had but a couple of days
(Successor to E. T. Conrad & Co.) : this country. Even In the fatherlandhe more The !steamer before reaching port when the For trn yearn, or from the time lIP j Successors to

Ilis elonsat- was twenty to thirty. John SlU IJa,11 j
b a staple for Jwtinsr. sun whlh we had not seen sine our
ed body, his crooked l.(r hi* animated: broke thrmiirh the rlond been the cas-hier of Uendr-rson'a private j

Carry a Full and Complete ; tail his resemblance to r sausage and departure bathed us all In a delicious warmth. hank. People Mid it was a very : PECK & FOSTER. .

wbo could fail to make some sort of 1 Something else burst forth at the same responsible place for a young man of i j

: : joke about a dachshund? time-the sunshine for me of a face. twenty and some shook their beads

;. Line of Plain and FancyGROCERIES I But the dachshund has a very seri-: ; Sheame on deck for the flat time. and predicted that temptation would I

, one side and a work in life."Dachshund' ; and her dignified i father put her In a get the better of him. but Hendersonsmiled \ Groceries and Grain. i
:
I means "dui.Ii er doc.! i steamer chair, arranged,; her wrap, and at their fours and ni.hVd:

Now, the bad,f Is an animal that. j sat down l>e ide her like a hepberd
t :
"John has Iwen a clerk! bore for four :
generally !speaking! ; need neither gimp dog beside a Iamb. Perhaps lie saw ,
laws nor sympathy b rau- ? be I is ahl I" i me looking at ber.t any rate that's j year I have tried him out ov.-r and In'his i!w.n.,!...m'. ',.( .I.wm.m..f.INH.I.ymM'' wjr'tY'! NrfNN I
I..b.t hair
There isn't
over. a
to take rare of himself and I tight; hiv what I was doing! for oiuhln't keep
h sul. and 'uWn't t put tn.uiey
; you
battles. Naturalists, place him :a" i off litr.Oudl refined dl?nity. =--
own my eyes enough N-fore him to tempt h.m to .. .... .. ..NN .... ...... .
I a link between the tear family aud j such rvpo-sc. such Kentleiieiw: It mwt sleat'Tang ...... ....
CLOVER HILL BUTTER. the weasel! He has about all iliestiVnuous have all come down from ;:svnrrati'! 'e If in
are nffll
I .ltI..IIlklll'.t marry. He Ii.idno ,-r-. you of a
of th. with .
characteristic ) of "Dtilit t" '
,I.,.,.. II.' a" pleavutt and friendly
some of his own In a flnUhed \\l\\i\ all bat It was; M'I|III that he : Square Meal at a Reasonable
r baitinjr 1\"ft" formerly a h.r I low till the ,"OUI&:" was mitrly Price
I The Conrad went out of an '"-11 ill!:. At the bank
Grocery Company .. '
barous mastic! sport that drew trade t- ? I tuu>t make the m M of the brief : Go
to
the
I be ":'I" called ..I..k"..-,,. A more
I country inns and tavern: A badgerwas ; : period left to secure au at'sptalutane.Alas .
f;. T. Conrad Co s. old stand.iwuMfcitf placed: in a barrel and the man the sun w cut down la cloud*, and diligent, reliable man ne\er gave Lie1.'ryi.ws
"t anotlh-r. At twenty-the hehll.llh..I.,1..llIjt
whose dog could bring him out g >t a so did my !bo|>e*: SheIll! not appear : ; CITY'IiOTEL
IMIMIM-SS his
I at fingersctols.
prize. A sir.sle dog; seldom did it. .\ on deck again.; I did uot rota wee herleave .
Ia: Kt ** l IVIwi-vn that age un\l thirty bebad
.
1! full pack migbt-.omt'tim. Thebadger the xbip. :,.. iii.uij. as ten oTcr from >rtlullh.tal : 43 Orange .Avenue Daytnna :,
I is a tremendous burrower Iud Winter came and the usual round of 1| .
g
I institutions. the ten E
yearsbis
the jolly dachshund of the joke has gayeties.: An Invitationbridge whist ; : Where you are sure to jet It. -
salary: war Increasol flue times.
..H..... tt.* !....... .... o........ .... .... .... ....aS been trained for centuries in Germanyto at Mr. IVabody'scame.. atiKnii' ; other During theses ten 't>l&r'l. ns S.>!d<>ii himself :
., ) :
aI into hl1 burrows like a ferret aft *, for me. and I revolted t aorvi't. j I I; ]
go
: On entering the card ro..w the first !, statol. he was never under tciuptatiou ; : GEO. H.
and drive the badger out vI'
er rats MATTHEWS


I Curiosity is Not N Always a Sin fight baiting him.cities tourneys there In some in were.which Oerman formerly crack and badger dachshund Austrian ;face lighted. I I set was at eyes my surprised luck on was in and meeting the though steamer;; her two I Igirt. |j i health.Then for awhile a came The moment.bunker it horrible bo-can Mig.cest to temptation.After tell>l a on vacaI\his. >I!:!! ............................. . . I I I. .. I. .'Mf.. ._ j.


able- !, again: pained to w her In the company. ;i
entered a pit with an tk"J. It"a then that the ... ..... ........ ... .. -
> temptationtriumphed. .
.. .. .. Ai
is i ultra: fashionable | .. .. ... ..
Irc. IVabody .. .. .. .. ..VtW.v .
for
lx>died badger and fought poiutait j --- uawiW.WiW......... ... UJ..L'.'"........, ...
i It will to investigate Is said tbatJ'b! contest are still! and the |.e>ple she entertains are j, :!
pay you After Iteiiii trailed for a mouth and ncBRIOE 1
tha I lthe women ::
rt"
held in Vienna. For spirit. enduranceand very "ma t j I after a dozen almost sleepless nights "F.-ideat PNe'kepy .

: of agility the dachshund has DO parr drink cockta'j. smoke cigarettes: and I John :Selden agreed! to do as the unknown Cam: 1-
the and with j
quality If ask why I go
prices our in this work, and a bulldog pitted gamble. you I wished. He set out without'':
find such 11.1. I reply I am a man and [
against! a badger could probably ? the I !loss of time and with feverish anxiety ;: MERCHANTS BANK
without !sailing
can go anywhere !
i GROCERIES himself! : cutting a poor figure. and it stfitied as If Satan aided him.He 1
masculinewins j .
I So. make the Jokes about the dachshund feather of my angelic I 'I 'Br..=- v. .. Gear B..ktI
packed $1'.I.tul worth of bonds
wife she ..h ,ud! not' up
*, but bad I a < ; Stock
: if you will, but give him crediti and cash after bunking; (liurs walkedout < Capital g 5O.00J
a !I iI
F We can save you considerable ;i for his prowess and for that gentleness go to at Mrs.once 1'eabdy's.sought an introduction to of the town with a satchel without Personal Liability....... ..0.000 ,
also: of the best
characteristic being particularly remarked and when
the steamer girl Mis* I'elaplaiu and i! Transacts a General
Banking Business
\ bulldog*, that makes both an affectionate six miles t. ok: train. He bad :-
away a
:
ele-
m j $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ companion to man an.) a loyal !won :sawthat :.be. was out of b.-r handed'her 't' node no plaua.s to where be should! i
ktail
meat. \Vbea a rx: was 4 cent. Interest Compounded
playmate to children. Give tbe da<-h.- she started and decline.1 it. I 'I :go.: Where he did go was to a village; per Quarterly Paid on '

i hund credit too. for !intelligence. Ito : her forty mile away. lIe was ill when begot Savings Accounts.
at
caught Mrs. Peabody frowning I
I has it in largo degive. Few dogs are off the train and III for a month at
S."T. CARROLL as she did: so with an expression which
' i ket'nt'r.ew York I'reas. being Interpreted, 1IIt':1ot."JU< don't the hotel.! When he recovered he !stayed .:: Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent
3 on. lIe was quiet minded bin
own
get invited here a Ia.Iu. Several young .. '
j COIN CURIOSITIES.A Miss t affairs and somehow the villagers came iyuf.uJi.u uiuirfiiruf'N1WMMlN! frf'1NYN'fffMN'fi'fNMf4MPA'Yi'A'N1441'
with
Mood had been chatting
jit The North Beach st. Grocer. I LH-laplaln when I was intrrxlui-ed to I to Ix-liete that he was .& dt i-the.

Great tarletr of Material llai It sw b4pi>envd that Ilan'ier Henderson -
her and they must have sewn i rutting; i ion
{I Been teed For MoaerAmoug ,. was the Hr.t.to diM-wt ,r his! io...s.No A************************* ****** *****..**.*.**.*...
Xo. date
Telephone 19. : their up to s -My u :niier j C .; .
- the early Hviuau copper mine for !sloe l,",k.il ruffled and when I addressed i or It' <-wud) l Irate taken the niouey but ..

.................SSSSSSp..1................... I was one that weighed uiue and vue- her deferentially she flguratiTej; j his tru-ttil i-Mslii. He was stunned ..?
half ounces and must have proved in- for a time by the .....w. Then he u.a.le |: GEO. P. JOHNSON i
ly nestled to me as one would cling t) j
con\eiiivut small change for the Ho up bin oil in I to a .-.rtaill thing, and not ..
a lifeboat.Misr i -
man matron whvu she '\*ut t "pr I a wonl reganlitig the missies .
................* .................... ............ iH-fapluiu and I nice at firstpartners. ... mobeyM4s X
plug fbiua of all countries: ancientand | I his HIM." lie said that Seklu j '
I saw at wice that she knew i CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
: modern exhibit the givatest sari bad ,' He always i-
: MALLORY very little! about the game, and I S.MU :j gone MI a va ataott. spoke :
ety m the matter of cvius. Tbe earliest in hiv praise. It loUt him togreat
sitsjted toIm dwiu't kn..w she wan :
money ou tttxird. altxit :Vtv K C., ; fr lu..uey. When, we changed l ;tplaying straits to make the shwrtage' C DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA. :

s LINES 'ousl..tpd of shells and cowries rbco j.artiirs hr Dt'W.i -a.TI" s ".n n ad., mess!. bus Ite accottiplisnvtl it. aixl nest a a 1 ,
v\ry was' uvd for small cbapge.while I bfivth .'{ "1\101"1"11 was raised ugailist; E -
her aware <.f her teuwrity in playing : >timates Furnished on hOlt Notice.
tortoise !shell aid |l'Ur Pie I cy,I' ;aashell" : the "-i.siii.-r. The iiKrfy was g.iie and i
sbe did not owb-rstand. .Uevery
! IT SPECIAL PASSENGER EXPRESS : the latter ranging, In size froni a a name mislay. be wooM scwwl at ber I| the i-ashirf was g'Hie. but the Itttuker. a<< --- e ,
few j inefae to a foot an.! a half !ii would not 1ivli-\e that he bad ht't.'u' << .
.
aad did trot scnif'Ie to iinlieate that be
t. : STEAMSHIPS. : leugth. rt-preMnte
: Largest and moat thoroughly equipped paw-eDger' st-amhj.s on for : value. .\ decrease iu the supply' of the eveuiijg'ij; amu.i., bells and iacrra'in.: prosperity caliel I t., sufwy forever and then M.ltd l him j, aa i
coast. about to take drpartar: wbt-u I ....... ... .. ..
NO OVERCROWDING.STATEROOMS for a more handy medium of exeiia: m". my oat oo a ...-arb.. There war n" clew **** ** ltt555 *.** .etlttttltf.#as
Miss wearing a coanteBABce -
Diet iKrlaplaln
: T ARE POSITIVELY Gi'.\p.\ nElI: : awl 3041. tbe o,iu wi'li a squareiot\ \ whatever t.> w*k 011.oMfOU: nt'.ght!
that toil of trouble.
11po rtant on these snips, ano tickets will t* sold to d."t+.J III the center came iiiti existence all.1 I Ireiuaiu.4 -\\*hat stall I do:?" she: slid. "1 I have gouv uorth east. south or westIt .

: the number of bertha, or the stating capacity of pining Halls thus iu- iu use to this day.Aujong have been toM that my loss at brUgo:: WAS like banting for a needle in aha .......4)H H f i
sating all iodividual service and attention. the earlier i bi-.e.4 coin wa- slack. 1
pasetnsrers whit is $px.. I had no kea I was :
PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY THIKSDAY S one of |iorc l The J.-tetive bad tt> Wake a short !
t tJ j
See Schedule of in Florida TilDt.l'nion.1LOWEST au.1 toying f'>r rnowey. Bond Lumber :1
( fhipe an inch ia diameter a .juart.-r I .'uney t., see a relative who was III. Company
RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH of au loch tbk-k. beariur tare Jtt-'.'-a. "Ab.l my :gain i Is exactly: tile same lie bad been ah>>nt the bank for a j
DAYLIGHT SAIL through the atu- uaL Tb-Migb I knew that we were :
Including delightful >
"Lteniml: l'rerity. .\ very rums : "et'k. SeMrti bad left tieb'.nd him MANUFACTURERS OF ; ;
FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS." t"'llJi for 6t.ik.>.. 1 do nut fed at liberty a
S : kn.fr money was at one time; u..l 1.1 I httle .fc> animal be had bad for I
Through ticket sold to Northern p-oints. For full fvru.atlvn taccept! my wlftoiugs.Vby ; ." g-au : AND:"\ DRESSED .J
the gate of Txi. It was cf r
regarding attractions offered by no other line. diagrams rt-fOt'r"atlu". : copiM "\ s.,'?" tour years. Strangely enough. the dog | PIMA:" D CYPRESS LUM BED "" ..:. '
Ahai( ed like a bill book, about fieveulU'iieit t..ok to the d,'ftlvr at l fol- -r" L
ticket, etc.. apply to knewthat once ab ,
You for -MHdid uot yu1were
long)> anitte.J at the end, wtia ;
: CHAS. DAVIS, ?14lw't.PaiV1Str1t-; : ring.: L>arin:; t.rirnle or metal w..ir C...kilan,.thl al.: The money lower el bun him everywhere ail acknonl-the : Lath :\
Agt"nt.Jadi.iOnt"ilko.. You I og as mastt-r. Finding Shingles, Flooring Ceiling Brick Lime J
Florida Passenger ( : China iron. lead. tin. baked y.lost! may haTe :goite; t Doe. I
: Geo. H. Clark Local Agent, Daytona, Fla. : f>earth.T: u grain, silk and ,*tlU have beet are In an m|'l....,aut po itUjn. So am I canine at his heels at the depot the I I,1.tt''ti1'e : arid l. in i;Srnnlr un e rod i .nil: i .Mf.. !
..........................................ISIS ISIS I. There I I. a way out for both. Let lifted him up and lOt> him ement ,: Rail.l .y and Orange AVMMM J
\w-.l as a circulating; medium. I ak ug j HT and by be got off at a vilA : i if
In Japan aa Iron coinage: bee me turn in my winnings; cover your i \ I I.I..H-Rood }IIII.tlanUe Cost Line Kj.. Utt mll*.tout b of JKfklamaioo. I1''". !

aloe)ut l',ao:X has existe op; to the pro toss." I a.! day or two biter be set out for a .oo Sanford Brancb of the F E.r. Ry. t

cut day. .\ curious! coin made of a There: was no trouble in lot..u.t41D. I Phone .i <
walk the Tb dog follow 83
-sr highway. R. J. MALBY. Manater. ? I
ni\ture of silver ai,d copper was; bon,,.: her tv accept the terms, at least temporarily I .,l and frisked .....JUt.rtt'f a : -

DAYTONA :.u u,e in Japan. It varied iu size from for she bad no mosey with I couple .,f miles had teen passed the ...a ..a........N11.4....4....................e.N.Nicelellan'. Jj

a small K-a to a large bean. Lead nr, awl she toil me she would owl t<> man was about to tarn hack: when lie .
coins; were also ued there for five ceu break the. matter to her father wbwwul ) .
came opAl a man seated on a bank by
TRANSFERand tunes. Glass was employed as a substance >l l he greatly slacked at taenia I the nuKHid.' with his .bead on bit '

for coin for many centuries ii that she had bees gamUiag.atr I bade : bauds While ht was yet five rods 1

Egypt white woolen money is meu- grid night; after asking permission 11":1tb.: .' little dog; ran ahead andleaiMtl '

LIVERYC. t.<.ue.) in many of the Boddhistlc wrt-: to call and. coing to the bixt****. paid j upon tbe stranger an.! barked

to''I' bee loss.Two sal frisked ami showed every alga! of Manufacturers of

E. JOHNSTON, Proprietor days utter upon| <,|>vuiu.4 0.,. ; lute use exi-itvmeut." The wan did Itt j

Roinlan Soper.tlllon.. OM>rnlag; mail I found .t note from s i repulse him. On the contrary be lifted i Window and Door Frames,
Iu Hussia much rain U cousiderod a Mrs. Peabody ncloiug note aal I
a
:
af up the animal and f.OIIdk'anI talked I
I have the Best in the withwbite f j i
Livery City drivers familiar with good omen.: It is Ltliethat the check for Slay front Mr. tvlaplain in to him. Window '
and Door Screens
all roads. L ik for the Silver Tipped Rigs. downfall washes away the evil spirits. payment of hi* Uiugbter' bee at It did not seed the astuteness; of a
'I
who would otherwise be hovering in Urld.-e whist. )Irw. IVabwdyaiiti my detective to come t., a conrlmiaa ea 1

the air ready to work woe to too moa- attention to the fat tbat the amount the sx.t. The dog hail found his oil t'hl.inl! i oli.n.r.f, Poi h huh li n.i.c ant Mreor .t\k>. liraikU. .
'Phone 27 Opposite Public School an.h about to place his crown on his was $3 more than the *'''. I 'suppcisvl master. Tbe officer advanced and V;>*ked i ..

bead the bride on the point of plightiig : this: to W au error until referring to down <>u Ibe man and sail: kiWlMN Build Hail. >t-.I! fur stair or I'.... h Work,

L.T vows, tbe babe on its way to Mr. Ivlapluiu's cote. I saw in a pout- Yoa are John St-kK-tt, who rebhed 'I Mission Fbi hil IIr.. of allY kind wade t<> itirr.. Cbairc, Settc I

the font; or who>oever %might: be tbe script ',u the second piigv. The J.I ist Hanker Ilpooer!')D." +N Sta...!>. Tliblt.... Etc Turniag. and Sttwll a 11 inp.We .
hero or heroine of tile moment Fur -> cut<<= er the ". >pr.." "Yes," was tbe reply ark Belden tlli If I

Necessary as the Keystone titer tbe superstitious moujik believes What should I do with tb.s am<,..at? not even look up.

that each stream of water hu its It did not lielwug to me and was inteaded "Where have you been since :
tr f '; l to the arch is good plumbing t. .-aniS maiden are makng a strictly high-grade
S : Itusalka or ,good spirit a lovely as a snub for :Mrs. Tcabody.Shool'l "In the village three miles away. .1

l czTa tation and perfect> Ltalth in the h. .lIll' with yellow bair floating down her I return it to ber. calling tier attention "Where Is the money:'*

V F k I Hun no risks by getting;; inferior !. back wbo \spreads plenty around but to the snubV SUIbt crii&e "It is ia my room every dollar of It I Moulding for interior use. 'ij

apparatus should the water fail so that ber hair would preclude tb possibility of lilT Leave me the dog. and yea may hare
If
I and bungling, indifferent or careless I dries she will die and famine or attending: any more -utertaiuiue&t at the money." I

.Y .1 I work because it's a bit cheaper. i other disaster ensue. Ver boW i tb>ugnt tbe matter over The ib'tective! did not put the cashier Our work i* all made from the Best Selected Stock I Ij

''-' We charge fairly for materials and and cwncloJed to accept tbe con.se- ulfr arrest lie went with him to j

work because I No Romance. q\ience I iudoaed abe<'" for the bis botti telegraphed the banker, and with the object of giving satisfaction. Ask for what .
: F 1 we're not satisfied to put i He dropped her band with a I sigh fit a rf4 M amount with Mr. belaptala's that night; Henderson arrival and

in anything but the bett. Better our defeat r note underscoring tbewstscript| with asked: you may want

bill than Mutely she looked Into his eyes, as a blue pencil.A -"" what Is It? Wiy dI you do .'
. ;' a larger one from doctor and I
; : though seeking In bU glance some message week later I met Mn. Peabody itr"A

druggist.J. that would convey tbe word she face to face ou the steps of St. James! "voice kept tettia; me to rob the Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. i
bank. the
.JUd.t. was reply.
rbur:b. !'be gave me the dead cut.
D. Carmichael I With: one: slow look' at her band as it My iWisivn: wan more than one relating ".\Dd "yea bare act spent any of thenotiey
li whrre lie bail l.-t fall. he 'boil ?
it :
> : : .,
phone No. 64. DAYTO.NA: FLA h.s! I.!'...] ,luwh I IIHI aid: .. sn.ar t: st Mrs.of IValKxJy.which Mrs.it Peabody iuclwled wa tbe "Not a flutter. What are yon :goingto I Look for the :sign on North Kidgewood Avenue.

I "Give then tl.f Tr.. k You h.nc.Vt .1 ,. do with mer I i

I, trump." Pucks .u 'the isstu.gnlsliel! old fashioned member.demeanor Soinetlis of Miss'; "Take "you T.> a better place in the Phone 12:3.: DA VI'UNA, FLA.

. r morning. "
Df-'ia.n; ; ; t ,M sue that if t adhered to I
"Yes, said the eminent physician! -
::..' inart I
set wouldn't toe a finis;? who examined John SeMea next :

L onaniou for ber. aa l I knew that "it :In a ease of J1IclIUit"- He day.wasorerworkeil. ''J'aw.a t''J!.ari..i._...!. .!o '!oi.j'o :!'i>i..j'i.oi'ioj j..!<

LUMBER. after her first exi>erieue she wuuMaut It might bar ben .
; .nJi i
1,,11 bat among them again. My cide if I .
n-rt robbery. Take him to B?n- DAY PhoM
< .tb.drav.-al proud to te no loss to me sons luiiltariuia for coupe of months : YTONA NOVELTy WORKS 70
for :lu tinie I became
engaged; to Miss aDd then
:give him his ok pla.-c ba k.He s
j 1'e 'j.ialo.( 1 was glad to I* privilegedf" is an honest man with a hallucina !

: YELLOW PINE -' Framing i Flooring, Siding, return :la ,gifts the amount of my tion.' I E. DILLINQHAM, ProprietorFIRST

ga.u at the bridge whist, which I ala.y1 "Praise Gull:" answtred the banker STREET. NEAR FREIGHT DEPOT

Ceding and pinishingAND claimed I had w.u from bt-r. a* be wiped a tear from his eyes i E\L
Bes.tles \ I''EI'I XKWLY> IXjtll'I'KI:: FOR I PL.ls.tWING..
! th iijuney. I wan a wife. MI'". loot a case" added tin d.*- ;
Brick Lime Cement NATHAN WHITE HOWE. tectlTe. "but rYe kmraed ouetbibg f >.\UIMi.I Tl UNKI: WOKK OF ALL '.S.VIM'o\\ AND IiC I >()
: FIUMrX: I'TlIRI.RJST's.;
acne about Kieu." M. Qf.\t. s SASH. DOORS. oH'XTERS. CAB BE-I

Gypsum Wall Plasterr: l IXCT UORK. BRACKETS. aiLUMAL a.LlM.NS \\ .itb PlainrCttrrnlCapilut
Symbol of Tradr. I j y .
? la SooUan.J it was fur a lot;?; th e'i > .-. ..r lle.rrt r *. We Male tin HEST: WOl'LI"1NUAlwavn -

usual! t., i.Ia.f OD a inau's tonlMtoiiayiiilol If It be true a.. coojwtured bright and Smooth KitLer Pine ur < > |I'.rv *.
C Y P R Finishing Bevel by the
F S S ; Siding, :'. i. of bis trad K"p cialJf latest espl.*er., that Lake Chad j is rapIdly No Advance In Price. although material bag gone op fro- 40 I

Shingles Lath \ was this: the \a..e at Dunblane, where, drying UJ>. the pro.*** will proba i bO per cent. W. Scr..n your house and guarantee the it.Daytona .

Mouldings la the! burial ground of the abby. it buy I be regarded by the ?e ivffsts: a, I !000000. .
'
THEoBEST.NORflAN Lai I Lean f.\iil that of those tomb- siniply a fontmuati of sue which has : t..rg! !'\J.Yv..e>i .!Lltd1.JJeNti'I!hAR'iV.!.,N.l!'!V!

stuI '-j wh.. I- are from !'*> to 2ij l> years b tn going .,o fw ages |In IItrtLtornt.. ; -----====

I oM alniut .,:fourth are thus marred; rica. Tbe whole of the Sahara was i

t i the yii.L.oi Uiiig; ; in low relitf.toltv certainly once either an arm of the 4 v .i . . ;

S.DAYTON sea or a vast; lak... and lake hal fa ,

( ..h1.. probably only the final remnant of that

'I oup N s* jou're going; to [r. Ma huge ,sbt of water. The !Sahara seaalways I .. Ice Company, +
I son's fm.
erai. grandpa must have been
MAONOLIAAyeandF.i.cgy. very: shallow
"Oh" snarled the iufirm old wan. a fart which n.ad.
!Its
! DAYTONA :
PHONE "9. FLA. t"'ar"rati.pa. PURE ICE
"Jon't ti.k to 1Ioe abut! "tLer people' >y. and lake rhad is reported to bo < :

funerals. It's much I lit tie .
as a-- shall LeI u .jr. Own a
morass over: the Made from
able to do to get to lay own. '-Ex. i greater portion of its area I \ Distilled Water.
}
\ change I actors corner Railroad and Volusia avenue 4
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;iL EVENTS. was Laurence a Daytona Morrison visitor,last of DeLand I real When you want bargains in I J. S. Griffin, wife and cousin, of LONG DISTANCE THE COUNTY LILLrwogmyyouNupEopLR IS! OFFERED TO- .

Saturday. estate or to rent a house. see 'Sac City Iowa, arrived Wednesday.Mr. '
Rush at the Hub We earnestly request all young' pononi,no .
Albert Cafe 107 North
.
Bennett took in the matter how limited their mesas or education .
r *At *i.bceu d1Syd n getting of the sights Beach street. tf and Mrs. Recter and niece MOTOR\ EVENTS COMMISSIONERS.\ .who detlr* a tboroagh butlneu tnOn- ;
Carnival at Jacksonville Monday IDa and good position, to wnte at once for :
:- but hope to were arrivals on Wednesday from OUR: GREAT HALF-BATB or,.... Snot'.... .
tore, open returning Tuesday.Dr. Dr. J. E. Rawlings is spending a X X *t K It Independence and probably Fortune gnarntd. .
of this month, but few in the State of Iowa.'Nunnally's & DowT I.LAY-WBrn TODAY.
2I1i days the north.
F. H. That Are Under Consideration to Take Toll Rates Established for the Port
Houghton has Ga.-Ala. Bus. Oa. :
aot interfere with your returned. Candies. I College Macon t
Suite 4, Opera House block Hugh Bracey went to Jacksonville Place Between Jacksonvilleand Orange Bridge-License Tax
: at watch for Xmas. telephone HINKINS, the Druggist.J. .
t
it aside and 32. tl Thursday morning for a few days' Miami This Winter. Fixed for Certain Business. MISS KATHERINE A. CRAWFORD
en-
lay .
fly outing. I C. Stowers was in the city
P. V. G. Mitchell)), of New York for day two this week meetingold Two long-distance motoring events The Board l of County Commissioner :!iTea<:her of Voice and Piano. .
a or
of the Mrs. Geo F. Smith and Mrs. Ira met in regular monthly session at De- -
; L. H. RowE & Co. White Star Line of Steamers : that will command attention the coming -
friends. He returned Palm Studio
H. to Land Monday and transacted the follow JSg Over Clark's Studio."
> v I IJtD. was a Daytona visitor Thursday. Miller were Jacksonville visitors I winter will be brought off, if
Beekman was a De- Beach Friday. ing business: .
Monday. Address or phone Seaside Inn, Day-
the East Coast of flori- ;
I Mr. possible, on
and The road and
Mrs. following bridge reportswere
Itiiifeff Sunday. George Doane arriv- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bossum, of tona Beach Fla. <
ed from "Nunnally's Candies. da, and }both events will be in the submitted: .
Springfield
}.* B. Turner was over for the winter Mass, yesterday HANKJN:?' the Druggist.Mrs Joliet. Ill., were among the arrivals nature of first attempts.No District No. I-RE'p&irs to bridge on --- -- .5

I4| Wednesday. season at Day Wednesday. They have a winter autoiiiobiliet up to the present Osteen and Tit ville road and repairsto ; ELITE DRESSMAKING PARLORS .
W. M. Shaffaer was called to Osteen and New road. 1
home at Blake. Smyrna .
tona.Mr. date i is known have made the I
W. II. Peck to trip The Misses Sparks and Turner
1Mrs. and Mrs Orlando, Monday by the illness of District Xo. 2-Pine strawing roads
e i risitors Monday. New B. F. Ibach, of Auburn her brother. Rev. [I. F. Marsh will preach at the from Jacksonville to )Miami the en- from city limits of DeLand to Beresford, have opened a Dressmaking Parlor "

i York, are again at Day Seabreeze Congregational Churchat : i tire length of the peninsula but city limits cf DeLand to Lake Helen, in the new CoLrad block. '

?s Candies. tona and will remain through the Claude Carter, one i>f Anthony 3.00) o'clock: tomorrow afternoon{ ?: quite a number hare made the trip I lily limits of DeLand to Bielby Hammock -

\-s, the Druggist. I season Brothers' efficient clerks, is spending Sunday school at -.00! p. in. 1 from Jdikscnville! to Ormond and and progress on new Lake Helen YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.THE j

tvii.on of New Smyrna, Remember a few days the guest of friendsat I Davtona Last winter road.
the Daytona : a Chicagoiuau !
Bakerycan :Pansy plants i5c dozen; lit District Xo. 3--Four miles new road DAYTONA KINDERGARTEN

,streets Saturday last. supply all your wants in the Lakeland. per 100.( ) F. A. White, 37 X. I'CiI-1 drove his:: automobile after j made, 30 feet wide, graded; and three

[|;jfenard, of St. Augustine, bakery line. tl tAgent for Leighton's Souvenir metto. much tribulation, to Cocoa, not quite | cars of shells distributed. ANDPAIMARYSCHOOL. t

*-"-" a, position; ; with Clapp'sIlankina R. R. Ware, the postal card: at Barnes' Novelty Store. half way tn Miami. lie had, however District Xo. 4-General repairs to ._ .A
perscnption clerkat The advertisement of The Gables
made ITS) miles, which is the Daytona and Tomokaroad and Daytonaand Located on Bay Street. ;

.' .. Clapp'a Pharmacy, is spending a Mr. aud Mrs. N. A. Lewis, of S. H. Moseley's neat hotel appears railroad distance to Cocoa, but it is Port Orange road. ----

<:i-t'V V.( and Mrs C. few days at his home in Bradford Fargo N. D arrived Thursday and in another column. Mr. Moseley District Xo. 5-General repair.
BELLE
the ABBOTT
distance
likely that HAYNES Prln.
t. I were among the Mon- County.Dr. are occupying their home on Ridge- I runs a popular house and keeps it very by I The objection of L. A. Lawyer to the ---- ,-- I
flMi
the tr.tilfolo\\'etl: by the automobile opening of a certain road from Indian

'WjLfan. Jacksonville. J. P. Each: and his estimable wood avenue. I well filled during the season. that nearly 2lX) miles were made.. river north to the Atlantic ocean was DR. W. A. GOVE, 1

?3jJtjteber' t one of New Smyrna's family are back from Huron, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Becker, of Adam Schantz of Dayton, Ohio, There is no good road of any ordered filed and the opening abandoned.

jl ajerchants, was a business and are occupying: their home at Jacksonville, was the guest of Mr. I.arrived Monday for a visit of several length between Jacksonville and Mary Crews was allowed $5.00 per Dentist. ,

JtaDajtona af last Saturday. Daytona Beach. and Mrs. Will II. Stevens, the fore- I weeks. Mr. Schantz is the owner of Palm Beach, but from the latter month for two months for support. .
j Alfred Neal was allowed $5.00
per OftW) : cor. Riiljrewood and Volunia.
'iffg and better loaves at the I i Joseph H. Potter and Miss Potterare part of the week. :I the electric light plant at this place point good real J of. (0(1( miles runs month for support of Anne Parker. I

ger tfJrs.E.A.Lipp again occupying their home, corner Miss Lelia Abercrombie left Mon and has many friends here. to Miami. Thin road was built by The petition of 0. L Richards and 1'BOXK; S'J.! :

_, Bilerr. day for Charlestown S. C. where Dade county snisted by the Flori- others asking that certain road through ---
Ridgewood
and
Volusia '
t New line of iRS
fancy stationery,
avenues,
of the I pa- sccthn 32, township 16, 30, be ATWOOD & RAWLINGS
;J,. arriving Monday. she will visit relatives and friendsfor da East Coast 1 tail road. The road range .
peteries, tablets, etc., latest styles atBarnes' abandoned was granted.The .
fijjii of Refuge on the beach north several weeks. I parallels the railroad for miles. The Physicians and Surgeons.Dr. .
tHames sells Flexible I Novelty Store.E. following rates of toll were fixed
i aD d, were visitors in Daytona Carbon distance from Cocoa to Palm Beach, for the Port Orange bridge; At woods office No. 2 S.
Ridgewood.
roof paint, stops leaks and makes For Sale-400 ft. ocean front A. Bryant received a Stanley
where the road begins is 127=? miles Each person\>ver 8 years of age, 5c;
old roofs new, at the Novelty Store. lot, IGoO feet deep, 1C acres, 1J} miles I runabout Thursday which he Dr.Raw hogs office over Gille's dreg store
says:
each horse
Wall of Santa Fe Isle of but the "road" between Cocoa and wagon, carriage, cart or .
i L % noilh of the Clarendon. -
Enq.ireof : he knows is all right he it push cart one-horse team lOc two-
Schmidt's Mrs. Weeks and sister Mrs. as gave Palm Beach i is of the roughest description ;
l HIM,vu registered at J. C. Butler, Daytona Beach. a thorough trying out among the horse team 15c; each mule, ox, cow, C. C. BOHANNON,
Stillman arrived Monday and and is not trail in
even a
: lIe will remain in are
lEudiy. donkey or pony, 5c each automobile,
_ their Mrs. W. F. Gille and Mr. and New England hills in a five hundred ;
woe time. occupying pleasant home ou some places, band and swamp land runabout or touneaucar, lOc; each tour- Physician and Surgeon.

l TMott* Hid ewood avenuo. Mrs. G. A. Foye have been the mile run. abounding.The ing or racing car, 15c; each motorcycle, ''Ottke
over the Atwood Pharmacy Beach
:(llLBinghatn was in DeLand Dr. E. L. Potter guests of Mr. and Mrs D. A. Mor- C. A. B. Tice has secured a position course to be steered from Jacksonville 5c; each person using bridge near tollhouse
of the Claren trt-et, UAVTO.NA, FLORIDA. :
ladij lud Tuesday attending thejgihr rison, at Jacksom.illeduring the for fibbing 5c; marl or material I ,
don is back as foreman of the Ocala Banner would be to take the eighteen -
of the and is busy getting. for county roads, and baby carriages Telephone 74.
monthly meeting week. i }
: that famous I past and will leave for Ocala tomorrowto mile road to the Atlantic-Pablo _._
Commissioners. hostelry in shape for free; building material, free.
tad of County Miss i is in Asheville assume his duties Mr. Tice's Beach, and then the beach will be
-- the opening early in December.Mr. May Jolley Criminal Court cost bills for $210.39were E. L. STEWART M. D.
Barf bargains at the Globe dur- N. C., where she is receiving treatment family will remain in Daytona for found to be good for thirty miles to approved and warrants ordered ,

jutbtBtock reduction sale prejpiory and Mrs. J. D. C. Morris, and for nervous disorders:: brought the preK'ntTIle the Inlet at St. Augustine, which issued then for. Physician and Surgeon ;
, Mrs. C M. Bingham The Board then adjourned to Tuesday,
,to moving. were among on by her long and arduous services Daytona> Ice Company's plantis may be ferried. St. John's County, special' attention to Dlseuecof! the
those the Jacksonville when the following business wa tran:-
attending assistant in which Augustine 13 bituated, EYE EAR, THROAT and NOSE.
as postmaster.J.
: after acted
J>.WA.Gove. and James Kin- Carnival and i again running, a thorough :
Wednesday Thursday. I!over-hauling, and will probably turn affers only a portion of passable Thornton Buck was allowed Js 00 per Omce and residence: No. 101 Magnolia
idnt, med last Saturday evening A. Shanks & Son are nuking: Corner Palmetto venae.
ttFor sale at a bargain, if sold atonct' lout road between St. Augustine and Or- month for support of John Lucas.
the first ice today. Managerlew Telephone 82.
..ltar bunt near Oak Hill. tip! a fine line of candies
distance of ; ) miles. From The bill of B. E. Prevatt for SI22 for -
lot the beach mond. Gil!
on 2Ux2UO ft. a
Smith informs that the
Tin I brought tack with them two who for us printing the list of qualified voters was : :
Ross Miller colored
a I
anJSouth Ormond fair road well the
in good location between Central plant is greatly improved. a as as Commissioner T. E. FITZGERALD
far, conducted barbershop ordered paid, Hjland voting
number of .
a
Bridge. Address box 15)), years famous beach runs to Daytona, from in the negative.The .
It Ella DeVoy & Co. ran furnish Daytona.Mr. Oil Beach street, was found Win. .J. Wilsonorgalizer! United which point the going is good overa tax collector was instructed to ATTORNEY AT LAW .

'jotfitherery thing you desire in dead in his bed at 'his home in Way- I Brotherhood Carpenters and Joiners bhell road for twenty miles to collect the following additional licence. DAYTONA, 'FLO IDA
and Mrs. D. Monk, after a America will address the
2-14t Wednesday morning. ( : members tax for the siDiDerr cross New Smyrna, which i is l'2't: miles Associated with
very successful season at Niagara I of the local union at their meeting I Barber shops, per hair..............$ 2 50

livid lira. L. M. Waite have Falls, are again in Daytona, and tNew line of fancy china just tonight in Union Hall Mr. from Jacksonville. Wood yards.................................. :3 00 I. LANDIS! & FISH
Baraes' Store. From that point to Palm Beach, a DC Land. FloridaSr.xH.ial .
received Novelty
grind from Narragansett Pier, R. at : Automobiles
will soon their curio store on I hauling passengers
.
Wilson is from Jacksonville.C.
open 'facilities for ciamming land citIes I
I,ud are getting the popular Beach street.C. The Jacksonville Carnival has i distance of 175 miles the going will for fee ....................................... 23; 00 Office in Shanks block. Poonel24.Silas ...

i ......... .............. .
in readiness M Johnson, who with his family be found to be pretty desperate and I Photographers .. -- 10 00 ---- .
W Deapland to A I
b.ii5& open I M. Milburn, of Port Orange, io been in full blast all the week. | has been visiting in the city, returned the real tug-of-war will be between Merchant[ tailors........................... 10 00 B, Wright 8. B. Wright,Jr ;r'.
ha\e
i engaged in the alteration and repair great many Daytona people I to Havana, Cuba, Tuesday. those two (point The total distanceto Ie cream parlors paying n>* WRIGHT & WRIGHT, .
taken advantage of the low railroad other license..p 00)
'jKeUres framed to order; new work 011 the Halifax Printing Mrs. Johnson and the children will Miami by railroad is 300 miles
fares[ and Lave taken in Jacksonvilleif Home-made candy store or :stand 3 00 AttorneysatLaw.Office .
nxraldinit just coining in at House building, and while so employed 1 i remain for a longer time with her via the Florida East Coast" l Railroad, Throwing balls at figures..i 00)

Imcb, Kovelty St)re. is boarding with Mr. and they haven't the Carnival. I mother. Mis ". ,.uill Hunt'. on North I but it is thought that by the trailit The ('unty judge was requested, to in Telegraph office IELASD.S.H.GOVE) .
---
J'ride.at.1Paine, of ho Flor- Mrs. Carter, going home only over You can sate: money by visitingthe Beadi street. I will be nearer 100 miles.It make a report to the grand jury of all

Globe. They are now conducting will be feather in the of persons who have paid a license: tax for JAI I
ibi8t Coast Automobile Associa- SundaysThe CJ. A. Shanks A Son have jut a cap the current 'ear. i

itjingain geetiiig his numerous two year old child of D. A. a stock reducing sale preparatory received a fine line of toilet articles the first automobilist who with his A motion }was adopted that hereafter <('HITM'T, 1H1LI.LK AND; CONTRACTOR

,& &)baring arrived Friday ev- Miller, a colored man of Midway, to moving to their new quar and perfumes. The goods are all automobile makes the trip from all county printing :-ohalllJe let to the l{.-sidf nit and ofhi-e! northeast corner of .

..!of last week. was killed Friday of last week. The ters. right and prices' are all right. They Jacksonville to Miami and it is proposed I lowest bidder. RidgvHood aud Voliwia avenue f
,v-= ;:. the Florida tat: Coast The treasurer presented his rtx>rt for
."ftD tad look over our stock ofmu. child w. s playing on a pile of timbers Mr. ami Mrs. H. II. Hothne and I have a plan of selling them that by : October, which was approved, afterwhuh Phone[ h'.'. Daytona, Florida '
1'
Mrs( C. A. D. I Automobile Association, that in order __ .
\.1..' 1T.t .L' 0Gw. near the railroad track, when a .Mr...._.. _11Dime's___n__ slater. will interest you.W. the Board adjourned.

na may nave someimng. II. CLARK.5f youat I::ouple of timbers rolled and caught Shugart, arrived Monday evening I to draw attention to the need of I -- D. D. AND C. ROGERS :; i

and I Worthington, wife and two a good road, a sort of endurance testor .
northern home are
,
the child between them, crushing from their 1.. iom
.,F,E Houghton arrived home ;his head. again occupying there handsome residence children, of Springfield, 111 arrived race by automobilist would doj I ISOTIfE. CIVIL ENGINEERS .

WaJ from Westerville Ohio on Ridge wood a\euue. I II Thursday. :Worthington will more in that direction than anythingel We w i>li to call attention to the fact ) DAYTONA and : i

pLish )Las been spending the LIThe Globe is reducing stock pre- I be remembered by many, having could do. It is quite likely thata that the Public Library Benefit, to be Ices ) MIAMI, FLA. 1 ,

a1 Mrs. Houghton will ret paratory to moving and you will The people living near the armory been here about six years ag- He trophy will be offered to the automobilist given in the new Library Building, will
take place a wok later than the Journal f. I
the Office Established 1875.
roar Daytona
.. > Ohio for a couple of weeks find some rare bargains.Mr. feel that they are enjoying has entered the employ of C. Nash who arrives first at Miamiin stated. The date u Monday. Xov. 19th, -- ft .

S of the ocean vvithvut being near it. & Son, but will make his home at a race from Jacksonville. In afternoon and evening. Preparations ;
.I and Mrs. E.: G. Kittridge returned rink furnishesthe : Fred E. Rankin, i' j
.I.bitiiIi1y St. Petersburg, the The roller skating I'clly Hill. order to prove that the journey can are being make to make the day in
IJ from
Water? Call atlight roar and they don't nerd to go ('cry respect an enjoyable one. He- Expert Accountant, Books Open- J

." '. plant.LLFoteofNew latter part of last week. They were to the beach to imagine it is the At the meeting of the City Council be male, a pilot car or cars may be rreshlll'nuilI be served, and some ed, Closed or Adjusted.

.** .accompanied by Mrs. Adrian Yates, to be held Monday evening, the first sent: over the road to mark fine musical selections will be rendered, "

*4 York repro.fiiIer's ,of Grand Rapids, Mich. Mr. and ocean question of lighting the city streets same, so that those: in the contest beside several other attractions which Box :tl'l: Jacksonville, florida.'t. ,

Candies, is making Mrs. Yates formerly owned a homeon Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Carpenter and will come Mr. Shantz and Mr will know which way to go. will be mentioned> : ou the hand bills later lbf.renct.s. S. U. liuUard, Jr. Citizens !-

!!! NaI lour of Florida. lie is Beach of Berkshire Hills, up. The other proposition is a motor on. Watch for them. Hank of Jacksonville People*Bank
the river front at Daytona sen, Clare, I Gore will be present at the meeting.Mr. I and Trust Co.. and others.
*Iss4 by his charming wife. I located St. I'alm _.
from to
boat
and Augustine
arrived Monday are race ----
winter. Mass. does feel
!'at but sold it last I Shantz not disposedto
.' kwtbeea guests of Schmidt's at W. II. E'lmondson's:' on enter into a contract for a term of I Beach, to take place the week preceding Obituary Daytona Pressing and ..5.

.i;fte past week. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Boyd, of i Ititlgewoud avenue. Clare Carpenter less:: than five years, and it is probable the Third Annual MotorBoat Mrs.[ lUbbcUe Mary Emma Lunge, Cleaning Establishment.

**!Beat-Season 100G-7. Two Crosswell, Mich., returned to Day- is an accomplished violinist, just that a satisfactory contract will Carnival, given by the Palm wife of W. E. Longe, died at. their homeon Lft'lit-s and Gents clothes cleaned pressed

fyhrftiihed last week to spend the season. where he has Beach Power Boat Association, Jan. Bellcvue avenue at about 7.4:> Wednesday .
cottages, 7 rooms and tona returned from Europe, be arranged. and dyed, a11!() dreiwniaV'Dg.BENJAMIN ,

J"S"ctrlc; lights toilet on second They were accompanied by Mrs. been studying with the best masters. :TJ, to Feb. L'nd.! 1907.) It is proposed evening aged 30 }'earl.:: The : DC LYON'S4C7 :
; also funeral took place at 1:30: Thursday! afternoon -
will and
who Mr and Mrs. T. E Fitzgerald
fIs Susie Southworth, to confine the latter race to I
110" or furnace heat; tele- of at the Episcopal chunh, Hev iVcw b ht., Dajtoua, Fla.M 9-
here. Mr. lloyd Rev. Alfred J. Wilder, Spring Miss Katherine A. Crawford droveto :
will haveto
the winter cabin boats
as they
.Address W. spend power Alfred J. \ildcr, officiating The interment -
1ttssden any agent or who was employed on the Ellenwood field, Ohio, arrived last Saturday to He) Land in an automobile Wednesday go on tue outside from St. Augustine was in Pinewood Cemetery.Mrs. I ) .1\: lJ SEE
Daytona.
ferry last season will again be con- take charge of St. Mary's Episcopal returning Thursday. The to New Smyrna Inlet, as it Lunge had be-en a great sufferer
-
7 ng negroes were up beMayor' nected with that enterprise. I I Church for the season and held services road i it in a very bat l condition, the I is not thought the new canal between from tuberculosis, of whkhh*- die-d Chas. Kost ,

..... church the following She was ..l a pleasant, cheerful dapo.l-!
Court Monday i in that sand being so deep in some places Augustine and Daytona
Nash & Son constructed a I Mr. Wilder I tion and greatly bolov c l by all who the: Sanitary ana Reliable
They charged with C. Sunday. that the wheels of cannot
were galvanized morning, a car get a will be finished in time to allow the knew her. Mr*. Longe was the daughter

one of the negro school 2G5 barrel tank, of IG-guage will conduct the usual services in the firm hold. The county c'..mmissioners inside passage. of Mr.[ and Mrs. 1Hidarll<,of Holly
....:: for D. P. Smith's newbuilding and New Painter
Three dollars each isWait iron missions of Port Orange contemplate pinestrawingthe I 11.11. I Paperhangerand
II
It is II I _. ._ ..
Smyrna. -- I
them. at New Smyrna. road. Next I spring about 1 -,- I -----

1w. txpectto probably the largest tank of and its 4 For Rent Furnished-My home l"will"-"-* be paid into the county I H. V. Bravev is in IVLand, doing Every Dollar Purchase Gets a Tkket. Decorator.

move our jewelry kind ever made in this section Jgewood avenue is one of the treasury as the si>ecial three mill duty as a grand juror. Anthony Brothers, the outfitersI
o our new room about the towed on a on I
: when completed was complete houses in the city levy for hard roads and this money j for men, have a big aJ. in U Jay' ; P. O. box 81, DAYTONA, FLA. .
ihs month. We will have other tanks, to New most 1 II.! E. Thompson, of Bridgeport, I --
with will be used the road between
lighter, convenience. on Gazette-News, Betting forth a plan ,
with
4 vp4o-date stock. It will Ellenwood's every I
Smyrna by one of Captain Ow.; H. Lll.\\llt, I Daytona and the county 1l keatJjjjj Conn, arrived Friday. by which some one will get the best
lo wait and see it. THE FINESTBATHS t
boats. Leo Fisher of New I of clothes their store absolutely -
Smyrna, wasa suit in
: GEO. II. CLARK.tQarUnd -- .. .. .. .' .. ,.., .' : ,
.* *** visitor in Day toua Thursday. free of charge. Their plan is t tO

of Is Angeles, ... to give each person who purchases ,
.
*IoppiDg a few with j Mr and Mrs. Steven Finley came EARTH \\i, t
days a dollar'worth\ of goods, a numbered -
I : ill from Juliet Ill. Friday, and are .",d.
". Mr. and Mrs. J. M. I, I ticket A number will be toll IEXD WOMEN \

He reports our formerJ.W.Wilkinsonas best contrudelllll1ilding in J Daytona> located at home on Palmetto Avenue, : sealed and deposited at the Mer- LILYTATER !
the
do- I offer'one: of The jazette-Nevv has special facilities chant's Bank, and on ChristmasEve
to
.
I have
I T he IkIt VA.ter f r T bl CM !jl.
tt tis new location at LosRYTIJou Beach Street; Lot 48x150, with 20 foot alley in rear. | t for turning out fine job: I the envelope will be opened:
LIGHT
on ELECTRIC
city :
of
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I in center is 18. i holding the number cor-
net. Terms[ to suit purchase See me : printing Our telephone and the one PLANT
Percent
: all sizes This' property is paying t, rtsl'onJing'ill be given the suit.

Bee Daytona Real Estate I First pub. >ov Iu< ). | Every dollar purchase entitles! you

at NOTICE. ticket. lie sure and get your -
: to a -- -- -- -
Company, once.'V. THOMAS.
U 8. HARRIS. Secretary. E. Notice 1$ lK.-n.bv given that six ruonth': : ticket with each purchase: it maybe A. L. Reid, the Tailor ;

S I after ilatc, the und,, igDeol tiwutnx: of the one that wins the prie.
mour Howell, wife and Estate Insurance and Loans. the will ol William \ nin... late of \'o-i _. is again at the Globe clothing store
Real lusia County will til? her final a.countaseiecutrix
9 Adrian. Mick, arrived : with the County JuJiw of T. J 1.: .Curtis was a DeLand it. r and is prepared to do your tailoringin

and TilE EARTH. | I Yolu.ia County. Florida, anti a-k. for an the firbt-claas Repairing and
; evening are occu- SELL order of final dischargeCELI.STU. this week. He was drawn on shape.

.ft Male7'1 house on South I "I .I M I UMXJ: : J'jury but wa. excused by Judge pressing a specialty One me a

.et. CoL Howard is a l'Cutrh a Jones call if you want good work.
uuUUftu uj ( This oUI 0<>
8. Army officer, and a1itizen .
l.
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MERCHANTS AND ovelties. advertised the fact generally chant holler through the columns of (First pub. Oct. JO; last pub. Dec. 8) I SHERIFF'S SALE.UnJeranJ .

,;; in the local papers, but one day I saw their papers if they get paid for it. Notice to Debtors and Creditors.

!, one of our regular customers coming in Once in a while we get it on them so we by virtue of an Execution .
of and under UK seal of the
InC IIlnt) Judges Court I Issued Hut
THE HOME PAPER. with a lot of toys. I asked her if she get" a little free advertising. For instance I In a id for VolusiuCountySi I nn-nit Court for Voluni County. Florilii .t'R .. 1

r could not find what she wanted in our the Smith Manufacturing Com at of Florida in a suit pen.liujc in said Court, ,y? y,

kk toy department. "Why" she !said, pany was going to open a factory i in acertain In the Matter of (the wherein {'hat-b-u Blum & Co. in complain. :/ .f5Tj
ant and i J. .\. Jackson. is defendant.) I
The Obligation They Owe to the Local 'have you a toy department Where is city. They waited' patiently one Estate nf Harriet E. 1 have !tot l..1 upon a* the property of tin- 1 5;
MissuerM deceased
it?" I asked her if she did not see our I day until nearly dusk. when they saw a said defendant, and will cell at pilblk-
Paper as Outlined by an ad. in the papers, and the -,-aid she did couple of reporters go by. One of the Notice in hereby given that the nnderm'jnied auction to the highest and Mt bidderforcnch. e4.1 Q lji
; nan been appointed by theCountyJudiif in front of the Court loam
Iowa Merchant. not take I said toher'Mygood firm rushed out and commenced to lookup
ia. Administrator
any papers. Fltiri
; ? of VoltiMi.i County, / door in I VLanil. in said l county on Jrat'a
1 A. M. Foster, a merchant of Storm lady, if I were you, thefii_ thing at the front of the building. He of the Estate IIf Harriet K.MiMner. :. MONDAY.: .: FIFTH DAY OK NOVEMBKK: I -
I[ would do would be to go over and subscribe was soon followed by other The reporters late de'-eased of said county .\. It. 1SMM5.t
Lake, Iowa, recently read the following for one and then read the ads. came back and wanted to know and has duly tjualified as such ndiLini- during the Irgal hours of sale, the followiMjjdfwniied .
paper before the Iowa Press Association. trator. All creditors) !legatees, dii-tnbii- i real estate. tn-wit:
' t It is worth the perusal and considerationof You will save your subscription many. what was the" trouble. One of the men tees, trod all | merchants where. times over." And the best of it ih., 1 put his hand up to hid eyes as if to get ileiuaiHls against the said estate are (!HI() feet of heat seem TKUreeir

every sultscrilied.Another. all the lig.t! he could! and read in a l loud her.-by IIlItl' ..d to preHent tlw Kline duly I :SulMlmxion <>f Lute.Even (II ), twelv.II' .- !I
When this subject "The Duty of the within
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duty the mf'r'hantt':' the voice the Smith Manufacturing Com untlwnti-ate.l to tl eti.l.'rstgrssl ( ), and thirteen ( la). r.lm-k. liltvthrw 4Y
; Home Merchant to the Local: Taper." is his It has Turning to the crowd, he !!said twoiir.. from date or II..- sam will lie I (::'.1) U.ivtonaalmi. Lots tlirw'J. 11I ) Rp
" was given me I avowed I would not .'arpapt'r| patronage.. pany. forever 1J; rn'1l. oral I four ( I.r) h HU-k u four (1)), lint-n'it tL Pee .wT4s t.bp .
oho watrhelthe "1 knew the world was full of Smiths, CIIAia.KS: M..NAUY.iliuinistratorof .
take it-I never addressed a conventionlike been said by tnor have Subdivision( of |,otx. eleven! (11)). I
order of events that no Iu'rd.allt can but I never knew just aheresomany of[ .\ the ):state of Harriet i tnelvel-I ) au
this in mY.lile-but. owing to obli- succeed without advertising in one wayor them, eautefnNa" lf(>re." The reporters K.: Miieiier.I I hrtt. -thoe (".:1"?). all ill l Ia.\ toni, r..h..ia
gations which nearly every<< m'r.hantowes ., Iatolllrmorsl I1inkltIlet. t"l.: IH! "'i;. .
| Kkirhla.I
another and up to this, day) and age "tunil.l..l." :1lth. next day tl t I'Comity. Ka ... 1n
to his local paper I consented I ::. |pmta| -Iv \\ ill I.! Mikl lit wilicfvI -
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of the world medium huts Urn found :Smith Manufacturing t't..npmy| n"t t 1
no I nisi .-"."-iili..!! an 1
Now, there are always two sides to a so satisfactory as the ncw>|IMIIt'r| : to convey quite i a writt-up in the {ittpen .iHrsl |Kil> 'K'I.. I ,: l 1..1 |HI>*. :Nov. t Ii, |It.t'1 for title f1 '+ rlr
question and I if as an editor ., ,, ,1, 1 i
k presume you information to the public. Along this line we might say another Notice For' Publication ikite.1 tU- tliinll.i.v f 0 ti.Ur. JWIt
to discuss this would find J. It TniMil.SUriff : .
were you :
And what is :111ertiill ;hut informing of the imuhant would lie to !
duty
_', many more duties that the merchantowes 1'e1ii1tr.wnt ol tinInterior.. Eared t : V"lu"iii I'otiiitv. Four failings h'arhYeik
the |Ht'pIe wkit jou IIIH.t. s 'HT I say uri>L,li fresh copy and not let our ads Odifr nt iiitte: ...villc. Fbl. V-t. Y. I'.NMj.Notiee i
to the local than I In
paper can. it i it the duty <'f the merchant and I ft slak- Stale a-t, like stale rUe,. hcrvby, uiven that HarrK. ___ .__.u ,, --.--- I.KTWEK.NOiiiin .
i' fact, to be honest with you, I believe i if would al.-o include tin |>n>fv*>i 'nal uteri are nu u'1 l toanybmly at any | rioe. \Vil"?... .., Ita'(IlIlIa. riort.Ui. huts hb-l. i .. -

the question were reversed, the duty (.f and! mechanic \\Ko have )Ixipinrw" ot One Iii' contrary, they are atwolvu-ly ot'K-eof li.r intention to .....1... Kn.illive ) I; EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. J'ACISa :. VILLE nnd l\E'V: YCnu.. l

the local paT| to the home men haiit I year |I'r's.f in 'II'I'.rt' | | of let ,-Uini.viz at (1unr1.. ; r ,
their own, to patrunizr the kx-al P3IM'1lIut harmful. .1rotherduty i.i to furnishgmid. In Cowiity linlKe'; ." 1 Toiirt. *; st.n. ;S. I L.th) <\J.\'Io. ; I
llotiieMtead l I'tutrNo :t.,71.tan..ianittrv I
could find a great deal more to talk uIIIhy their suIN'ri.t tIlW, (but b> readable) 'py.IIf'UK'1 : : I I uf'ui"'j;, ('mlllt.FI". THE flMST SIE/UShlfS I IK THE t
!l i :iiin, (( iI). I'.HI. for lot I I. wrti CO/ilV.ISL flf; .11|( .
about. However, there are somrdutic' In tinfnatl -r of tie 1J K+
,
adverting; w t'll. Ifweh.-lp to buil. duty fl.ilt.: iniN>rtant, I should think,, "n 3", town-hip; south range % .
that the merchant surely owes to hi i | .1 east, and that sail 1nsf will l>e made > tateiii'bits. \V. .\", .101. The Clyde I P New Er land I and Southern I
up the paMrJ: will! i h.u: to build III j would! : c to have the copy in on time ." \ t.o.1. I I I'I
r t local paper or papers, and I think first .. ,. (.."ore.Nimu-l II. Jllr,]...,. (Vik Circuit, Lines.-i
the town :mtlll'.i-; to' I' Teasedtr: tit The n rrrhant knows from bid own her Court ut ls-l.ati.1. h'Lrrita..nor! ft.She X..t 't' in. )lwrl.v" ritn tint the undersigu IIMtii rink I b. t... ..". 'r
of all would will. It
good
put j"U anclltlt'at ruppi'tIunatiI -. anion I es' | rwBw that when ererytttrrum' R: Hut j; t..1 f lIan' 1.'n nl'II&inb..II.I Iwl'c/tga I .
without that we.u'.1 nil! of Voiiisfci/ Florida. 'I JACKSONVILLE. nO. TON AND
question roiiHtv
I tv Judge' PROVIDING.
,
tirinix' believe that Ii ;< jjl-c i is gus:I. at come Itf c n't give the 1IHV Ire liuiiM-t tht-fillo iiiK witnesM-i tofirove ..
.
; > of tU- will ol l'buhs W.r AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
rather have the will of trtors -
good an ">O.' .
1, > |104" "uouv.li !f..r a man to Is\i' i:i and to niuk; > h<' \\.,0101 Ii\e. 11 is IWI with the newpari'r. .- her i-oiitiniion. tvcM.-iw; e HJMHI. tioH. .JMfsii-v".I.! aw.l nil -twliu n.. t.wa I I'ahing .t t hares. 11" A n.,... -
than his ill
will, and the inert-ii.llucntiu ll and rsltivatioa.4.thi Lin1.r.\ ,
.. his mUot.in, it i" good enough:; for Ian I believe Let v. get tC D. i in I MilsRe.els.1It..tiwsEl"I.la.. :. tees, tJi"'tril.....-t>.i4 a 1..1 I all |a-r,,,,,," lull iuig; SE1IEll"! "\' SAILI:>
a person is the greater the valuef hi to >{K'.Id iU m ticy in, !*. lie an ..iit -r.merchant lIT mi'l| tlr.. I.. \li-loiuil..|. of I'ort 'irI":..... Fkt. '' .i-laim Mf..in..1 siidtat) .-. an hrmtrmltihis I w lUtMu... . . . . . ( roin Lt-:5''hr.. _-
good will. Why is it that Mim "-ful firmer .T' all 'bollJ i-t1. J. K. Marsh of 1'ort ilmiiyw. FU.K.I l 'u present rite>:,,... to tlwtiu- 49rtAL.asd. trcmfeot CtJtrh'E -um. JichuI .
merchants retire from l 1 iVTMtfin-d d'lly aiitliciiti.-iit<-<.. wit hiii -
wishing to :i-i :SJIIH* .. I r lui'ithave fold I me they J..4'. 1.1.1..1.. bentoaa, 'In. :
ness not only get a hundred cent... IMI t:: don't Uliexe Nope| read their, ad, for a ill .he hlrsr r IN.r..1. '
dollar for their good, but a l I""u for ICI?. ftw.t.Ct. : baled thi.. :& ff t'.. I Between Y .
they d n't MT that they get any benefit.Yll MI I fc r..i.!. 0'.1:1\ t IJlI6.'l Jacrtsonviiie tint s: riordiul't'INi.ti 1 ::
their will It i i.s, Ix-cau.-1 th influence EIJ.EN:
t "
good : titNilil'.
\\ suppose for the sake of argument that .MS rntmthinfr.rd.ite I \ : TALA'IKA. Arlut. nr. j-U! 'I t I.'. rfhE..I'!ll) l51 ; 1
lwr -
=X..M. io -liuu( trxrslier.. 1'rrxl..nr. ( .I
or good will is :u.tu..1l1tIrlh, jH-ople: don't readome ads. U lIt""t towit': Ju..l. UNIT the r.krsin.dlalniiuudratur I and In'nur'liete i .imli-tr *.i. Si. .li'N!( > KIKi.i'Stcaritcr -
something to their successors. uf the entttioj "'I.&Ml""lli& : 04t 1m' t.is hk' hJlt1.t U.\U".1t U. ARNOLD.itiiib Aarenp$5 ;
fault i- it-th. iiew>j I&lpt'r'lI? Not much.It liuts -. F"'ri.tI." "CITY"OF JACKSONVILLE"'t. ;_
Now, there four that 1.4ntt'wurt.. lut- of V.4....iaCotmtv. I I plat. .
are things certainly is the man behind tM-;\d. I I'en' 'r.. '
:. will lip his tiinl arroxatr' ii I .ir i. h. enlrs; filar! : Ii a. .'I.I't. -.. ; iii-:. IHK... .. :
enter into the building and makingof It is a rare e\ccptk: for the pullirnut cowl .in>ini..tr..tiir with ikeounty. 400".Xy,1- ThlnodRI' p. ri,. Bt ,.....jl u: bi a vet.:, nl. \ i I.-. .ie_"\% ,...11H.....,.is 1 j 1 1i
a successful city or town. 1 ho.ve four, to read anything that is: intert'totiDJ: I J'b. -if; ...i../' IT.wi.fci: and II i i I 1 idia. ... !..:\I' ,1 eid -

f i in my opinion are the tliurihcs.t-chools. 1'erhaps we ought to drew, up our ads.a tusk for sit .trdtor ul tiM disl.arzs.I ""Y' '11, I" .1, 1"1",1'" \ "'fT" I I' .pt''l'' ,,''f1 f i'1')1 1- -

:\ ; newspapers and merchants. I w\lut.llwt little. For examine: fifty men can RO I ;. Jtllrieistrator.Orm'.w3. M. \\.1LLAt'.. I: ,: !lludlJu..n..ulh.Buun.. ; t t LL11L Mnhe6w,- .
;i' to live in town where cither t c sMt.
care a wa down our Directs on a hot day in tln-ir 1'Ia.. n.t. !1, 1II.Jt. 1 : Lrair :; :ptpm.... ...... -. -... .... .J..d\......... ..... ..... ..... \tllft y J t
r: a minus quantity. Looking at it from shirt slecveii and you would hardly notice tell Mateo t i H 4T n, ..I'nbitkH.... Irtit W-.t.
' the secular point of view, there arc no them but just let one man go down .1 Cigars. ; .: .1 *::| in .:: : = = = :: AMor.. ::: :::: :::: ::: :::: r g 8ltlpq tU p r i

, two things that can build up tilP torn dressed in the height of fa hk-h, and Ill t1'Irstpuh Oet.1'tastpith.Aprtls.'n:!' ; ; '. I II l : nl'..... .. $t. I Francis.. ... .: 200
I as the and the merchant. Intact > I j .. ..... .......-.. ""ir1111relnrsl 1 )..................... I00p r.Nerr .
newspaper tell you e\crlMidy will sit up and take :.NO 11C L. I .
Arrive s.TO a in ..Safund. .... .
f the commercial life of the town depends notice. Why IJecause: : there u foinc- Notirt. i is Ion f'y given that sits Monthxlh .. DM'Oam ...........===:.Etittr1'iii1e:::::::.::::'..'.:'...... :::::.:. : l p 0110:!: .
:
almost them. Therefore Have MadeReputation
entirely on
about him that That iswhat !
attracts.
thing date, (lie HnilrtxiRiie.! ei- :
n uTttr GENEPAL PAS8EHGEB AID T1CIET OFFICE 122 SiEST BAY ST
i"_ the relations between them should : we ought
, be very careful.If and make them attrai tie It d : ,
will pardon for .. "n< h \''-nt''t with ni- ,
I you me a i.ers'ad I take so much after all. to :iUru"! .lu-t t .I'I as lv.I/YHrl'Li'Is.: Frt. Agt. r. LOVELLr5upt .
illustration, this is what I I II't T'weet'' ,! ..I'uhP'ofolui.i, ; : I omits' Flordid I FfMit lloiran St.. JIu-keuns ills. Fla. -
mean partialt f
.
I A
t a man Cake :i rutsrent'| "i-"niiii'iii t I"holler ,tin I .i-U n'I, ai .i 'I!" i "i. moil; dij. of .
A.l'.ll.\iiKKTY.; : t.t'n; I'ues. X York.
Ajjt. 'w
_ at least, by good a ill. Last fall fur I !
: will) i .
"hang him1"and he -1'-i' hui, .1.\ "I! tul'iiI'Nbr "
... 1 11.11lt; 1 II L.\E.: : innral """i..ht.'Iif'Dt.\fWJor, : ( _
the first time we devoted our More basement have d. tend I I.:\ lit. r
some one intert- .im THEO. (I. EOEK V. |-. and O. Al.Ccwinl 1
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exclusively to Christmas toys and quiteure the eilitorxvill i it-i I iv '11'1. i 1'1 .Is .1. o.I I I OHH-n. l'ierttl. North liner HraiM-h. i!"> Broadway New York. .. _

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YOU READ WHAT WE HAVE TO SAY ABOUT ," l.i < -f Florida and 1 the land of Cuba ran prod,"'('. and \\r.t\-\ .: Family and Medicinal) lse.V .

|I't'J| uitli 1111'| rich, silky loaf grown on East ('unit plantation-, i I !; \\ <;n.i.H.t.f i hi.- Whl"k.t..I., >.. K.iial| to oily:!:.'."u \Vliirkey oa tbe I' 1

the organ industry. of the world Las never produced: bettergoods. rout-kit. I', :. ..

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Fill' i ,.iUl.y I all the leading hotel and clubs and I l.y the ,'ui..u j I i : $2 00 I per all on JuF.in.iHlw.1' | .i Five. ,

N'.'\\ i '. 'inpany, on train entering Florida. :;
cvi-ry -i. : Allstir ',' :an- ( .ua rl: 11 let'.] t to Stii.-ily (Comply, with lie ,


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i r t R. Local) Time Card No. 67. la Effect September. Jo. !1908.

SOlT H Ol'.IlEAO! DOa \. \.OIlTHIi4Jl..REAn n..
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No\ 99 11&41. 2 -78
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Daily, Do1ffy I .... KhiZ

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i bk'.t r : ::::< .. '1. A ,. .-1t- : t ; 0

I' Duytonu has its blood 1 points ami uvan-not disijoscil t In ,n ,1.! 1 I'' tVft"iui I : ;{ i! :1'4n l-: ... Fa nM tt'alala:,t,,, . .. : ,

.. 32 . ., .. .. 0b
of "1"11 '" 1 1'.lk.: h ,, I ,
I a solitary visitor but t t t' t"ivl it our tint y t ttu-all youratU-iituin! t h t t tin-I I t,11I It (1'991 Lv 1'.lIu'r ,

fact that to return north without liavhui t 1 visitril tll,' tUum)! lit! 1 I lorkla 1 \' 'pm. !S.i"u' .ir t.v.' :' :.:. .:... ..:.ern-rn Y.'r.I9I..iu : ::. .::: : : .:" ..t.,,

resorts is to have missed half the value of I your trip. \\Vst I abet IViu h, :' lIpnl Il 1. i'pm fpm I --.- : ,t..-. .-.. -...'C-. .nil; ,

I 1 lspm 1 11pm .:Jnt: : : I, 1 .. : I : .
which is situated on the famous Lake 1til)1-th. below tlu* frost line and in :;i..pm.') I ,pm 1 Iipm:Kpm ,II( t T'i.::& .a ... : i!I ; .

the I :t''ptn 7 : .
raw
very heart of the pineapple' region has sometimes !In'l'nII"d tin- 'pun ; I IIInut
I .f Iptu.,\r:.... ..:" ".. J .Lcllt Ien:! I i.I .1
I "City of I Homes." Wouldn't you like to own OJ1of the lumiesV' It has > :::1 I :Arm'I au, I 'Ojm i s.pnt: : I : f''r.:: : ...'r.nanr...' 'r:,::; t? ;: I''I, .1.; '

:.. I 2! 1"1'11ICi::-: -...... .. \err '' pD"t na..1! ,:r,.uoftheCrystalt :
1'Pm 5mrrt.a
also
been called the "City of I !O\UTS. If you do not want a hull' y e'u : I''J'III I 'J 1"011 I .... ...... ...... ..n.k 0w '' ''' : e !I JI"I:, ... HAVING, ; Distii. :, t. :"*- now in poatwoto
I .rpm :1 .Ar .... ...... ..Tosser ". d whiskey U
should at least a tr.p"; II.m rat orcr: th,; c. i li iI1.i .; I i ..'n } of
come and see what betiutiful httln('. t1 tlur northern !, : .-:-.:. ..-: '
prop I'xm : .1r
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:( !II nnlI'm "''it as -_-r.l reducedfigges4
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i have in the Tropical South. I 'Ipm- t t 14pw La. .. .-.. .. ....... Tut ,, + >. 'iiit8i; ; $3.2O

The Uoyal: Poinciana. the 1 largest hotel in the world is aloiu worth :J I I
pal 8 $6.25
1 "Ura t z.-ma .. ... ........ .Each .
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.g ;
.. ................ pre
cOIning to 1 l' m 4 i Melee
butilladlitiullto 'prei
+ see. this the i! :
original alligator with "., ;'t.1 12 Full $9.OO
( I pens 1 am I.m ..... ;es '.net .. u a'n I \ Quarts,
: 4.NHD fi ) .... ........ t. 1 .. II I1 I 1-
hundreds of live alligators J and crocodiles: the ostrich tar rlt: the inimitable I '.ia I ii-'pm'pu ... .... ...FortI.' e..... ... ... ... t5 10'.rm'x.: I EXPRESS PREPAID
1 t m I A 7pm ....... ...........iii.' .. ....... .. .
i GlcHmler'cnul': \.1un'on's I :airy IsUuul: the fantastic: rubber tree : the : t Il l'm ......... ...........El, i ......... .. 19 b' lea tra'rm ,' Crystal Spring Sour Mash Wh1SRe7
.. ..... .. ,
1 slam 1 N1a: Jea. U .
::15ewtn thoroughly This II'
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trail 'lam 6 ..... ......... .. .... ... agc.1. mellow ddici..u-5 I! J111.: >. ) vests
jungle} : the ocean pier and a tour masted SdultlIwrT'k.. \\washi\ I I +.m r wpm i ............ .IGber.l red .... to! at elral om rare opportunity t<> supplyur.!, .... ':'v. "haiv 1 _-;- ..T.Hwhiskey.: .

hiiih and dry on the sands are but a felt of the wonderful si Jht.s. 1 C HI! I::rm em ii a'-----------------------1'1 m ... ...........West ws him tea llieacA.ter. .. ... /11 t IYnii eel A SAMUELS CO.* 14 l'JARIETTA STRL>Lr
K GEORGIASEND
.# can hunt. fish. bathe, play .oolf. or watch others in the act while it t :.am s :.q m I .. Uelrar run ATLANTA ...
you :> .vm ; kq'm I ..:::::.::.:rurtiwwkrd.i,:. .:. ....::. Tvrm L.m FOR OUR LATEST CATALOGUE

leisurely) by and enjoy the unsurpassable climate Jupiter light house : t tlu vm:rTa 9tpm'In ........... ttanand.te()Sala .. ....... .. r i +us'..
.Hm I I alum ................ Ixmoa (tor ...... .. .. 6 b.nt I Iern .
, weather bureau station: the wireless telegraph .station: pineapple i an 1/ii/jni VlUBl........... trim ar I _-- --- .- -=-:::::
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mm .ua . L> :................ Mi.m. _. ........... .
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L nine] factory: the 1 Lloridallast Coast Canal: innumerable! other! inland Ar; .......... : : 3 i _

[ waterways are all within a radius of tltcnt.} -fitc mile,. 'I he impassabler.vertilades :"r''I! 'I!t .':s:: epr,: are nad.p.on trains 2v: ma-l J* Bulk .--lwj.jn-- *>n trains !'HI t I!

I t I is on our western boundary and tlu.\\'orl"'stJr\' highwax. 3)I9/J. = = !, I jiULLQTr t l lET

: 'i the Gulf Stn'aln.shcs our Lastcrn shore. It ':n9. :::1).' i :
nlW'ost you I something I t'Ir! 'hi, : It It ) i
._ u"dU_ _.____. __I '. \PPAID "i + eprd
t to stay at Palm Beach but you cannot consider your trip tollurid\\ < >I m; i' arm .. l0ym !, team. tv.... ,.,,,,..:111I.'r 1 a'.m' I r::: fj' J
.
I
plete unless have taken it in. :!daatd' !1 'n 'i',1-I'.1] ;; ':., -i ii .MTn : "ii'h'e 1r': '. !. ..::.',. ::P : '.: H1ceI )
you :: :: ::Ix.x1:1. L .i.. Atr', .. I. ; :<:: L I'II: \\1
If .1_. !'i 'will ; I'i .. : .made t1., ,
you want to buy or rent a room a house on the lake or ocean j in ii nt.a .

i winter home a pineapple plantation an orange l1ruHI' a vegetablegarden / : FLMNSIHB I AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONMCTWNS AT J;. 1 Lit

: or if YOliU to invest in any of these and be guaranteed S I percent Cte>c Coiaectioa Made at Waai: silk Stctsships of the p. & O.--S.- &- C.i-i-. U 7 .tr' I

f on your investment write to __ _. .Havana and Key West.SiMITHBOlAD "" .
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The Currie Investment Company Additional Sailing between Key West and Havana.A :

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Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Iranjfcrslii : --

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i and we will be glad to show you every courtesy. For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information '; \' .1.\1) I'M'M l I 1'II\I\! | ,

"SEE THE TICKET AGENT." Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis (00)() Whiskey.
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Agt. ST. AUGLSTINE: : FL\ ,
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