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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 17, 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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ITS VALUE WILL I YOUR NAME is now a stockholder and part: owner)I!
I WANTED IT FOR ;I' were exhibited-one with a list of qualified I FROM SANFORD I WORK OFRARE I CONVICTS FOR


f BE HISTORICAL AND ADDRESS !I HIS OWN PAPER.) and ,style voters in printed which the in list the was exact published form i j| TO DAYTONA. BEAUTYWill I GOOD ROADS. tl

I I this year, but it measured up 1S4 inches, |
' Se SI k lit KK i k.. fc. I j i I and the bill paid for these 134 inches was j i rKrK I I ie le k fc *

A Cup Made of Silver Taken from Cer- Wanted by Postmaster Jolley-Much I The Record Gives j Ryland's Motivesfor II produced, and which was for S1S4. with J Hard Road to be Constructed Connecting Be the Pictorial Edition of the Parkinson to Introduce a BUI la the

vera'a Flagship to be Awarded Confusion Will Be Obviated by I Opposing Payment of a Just I no reduction. The other copy showed a I Sanford and Da>tona-A (jazettc-'o: ':ws-Only a Few the Legislature to Utilize Them
i j list:, of stricken! names published, with I
Winner of Lone Boat Race. Complying With Request.We Bill for County Printing. pike type used in sub heads you could Much Needed |Improvement. Days Before Its Issuance.IVceiiibcr In This Needed Work

Every Floridian and thousands of citi- have no city directory. It is Mr. Hvland, the new county commissioner !see across! the street. It measured j-ll j The lioaid of County Commissioners! Ut will signalize the issuance It is now a certainty that a bill will 1

lena of all other sections! of the United ; scarcely possible for myself or for my for this district, for some cause inches and the paid voucher produced ,': and the business! men of Orange County from the Gazette-News of its Pictorial be introduced in the Florida legislature

States have a vivid recollection of those clerks to know the names and places of I not known to us: nurtures a hostility wa for $:il for the work. When this have taken hold of the good roadques- Edition of Daytona and vicinity t next winter by John B. Parkinson, who ,. i

two noted little filibustering steamers, I residence of all permanent patrons of I 1 against the Record. This paper has was shown Mr. Ryland he replied that I!, tion with a vim, as the article. published a publication that will surpass" and out- i is secretary of the Florida East Coast

the Dauntless and Three Friends, tnat the postoffice; utterly impossible to never treated 1 him other than in a kind that was all past and offered no criticism.i i below from a recent issue .>f the :Sanford l -trip any Minil.ir edition that ha Automobile Association, providing for

plied between Florida ports and the have that information about transient! spirit i j I We do not object to Mr. R)land want- j Chronicle would indicate. The road lwtweeii emanated from the press of Florida and I I the utilization of all the prison labor of

Cuban shores in succoring the Cuban patrons.We Commissioner Hylund is a stockholder mug his own paper to get some of the I I Sanford and Daytona: would l>e a will take rank with the most critical the State in road building and road

patriots, ere this government made com- may know who James Smith is, and one of the owners of the I Ile atnd i j county printing but he should not as a i' great thing fur l oth places, as well as works issued by tire standard publishing improvement and other public work.

mon cause with the Cubans in their but not Mrs. J. Smith or Mrs. Susan News, and admitted this to the b..anl'l, county commissioner: exhibit swim hostility intermediate |."iII t.., amj would l>c a houses ..America.. It will be elaborately The prison labor in Florida at the pres-

itruggles against Spain. Smith or Billy Smith: Tommy Smith and this may have something to do with ''I j to another paper in doing 8<,.--I>. ; Inxm-to automobilists! <. vi-it the I illustrated with every important view ent time, with the exception of Dade tI

After this country declared war or Isabel Jane Smith.So his antagonism to the Record. | Land Record.Tllli \. East Coast in such nuinUTstttrli.oea--.il. for which }Daytona and l its environmentsare bounty, is leased to contractors. Theystem

,against Spain these two vessels were far as possible all mail should 1 loe At the October session of the board, --- The Clin.nicle !sa--. (ceh-brated! and these views arc executed : while providing fairly good

utilized as dispatch boats by the New addressed to the head of the family, or having learned that the super isor of I FISHERMAN: OF ORMONDDAYTONA : | "The waters of the St.:; Johns River in the highest style of the art to remuneration to the county, has its
York World and Associated Press and in his care or that of his box number. registration expected| to have the list of : BEACH. I I and on the low lands adjoining having which, workmanship can attain. The drawbacks. The convicts are often mistreated -

got in the vicinity of Santiago when the To obviate so far as possible mistakes qualified voters published in the Record fallen to such an extent, work will begin p'ljK-r on which the work i is printed is of and are often forced to live in avery
treat naval battle occurred, in which I would like the full Christian and sur- he wanted the board to order the supervisor 'l Sol( by .ntfellow.. II at once to complete the road l l I.etween the best quality that is manufactured: demoralized condition. The convicts -

Admiral Schley was in command of the name of every patron of the office, his to ask. for bids to print the list. It *n* an honest 11-hrniisii. Sanford and Daytona. Those in l-y the must noted mill, in America. employed: on the roads of Dade

fleet that made scrap iron of everyone box number and his street and house The attorney for the board informed it i lie I knew lived out him by passing the orange well:grove: 'I charge of the construction, hope to haveit The work of the printers reflect them County are treated very differently An
of Cervera's vessels. the number. Especially should all tran- I ..st artistic taste and design of of the convict
Following big that it hail no authority in the matter; In Cottage "t anta I. completed within the next thirty or expert inspection gangs operatedby
battle and while Admiral Cervera's flag- sients give their full names and the that that was a prerogative of the PU- I To catch the fish he fa voted most !sixty< days. For the purpose (if lookingover wurkrwn in display advertinHnU and Dade County in road building
ship, the Maria Theresa was still burning name of the hotel or boarding house,or visor alonr. Mr. Ryland said that the Helmltedtltha rat; I what has been done and to intelligently \ reading matter and cannot be excelled between Miami and Palm Beach last

with dead Spaniards strewn all the name of the street and the numberof list was a 1150 one. and that if bids were And flshlng. In the cat-tall ftag I inform themselves of what yet in the! art of t.p"r&ph:: | The presswork \\intt'uhQwt>d a fairly treated lot of

around on the decks of that ill-fated their house and postoffice box, so asked for it could l>e done cheaper. The }lf often caught a rat had to be done, Messrs.= II. II. Dickson. i? complete in every detail and men. The taxpayers of the county are

; vessel parties from these dispatch boats hat special delivery letters and telegrams editor of his paper probably told him One day be Joined the nt'R"bCluh. chairman of the Hoard of Count}' Com- brings out in told relief the most minute cry well satisfied with the experimentof

vent aboard the Maria Theresa and the can be delivered and mail correctly -I I what it would cost to publish. the list at And wilJ111 catch a clam; mi siorlers..t. G. Branham, Stiperntrn- features in all the illustrated views Using convict labor for public works

crew of the Dauntless took off the sidelights assorted.We I I the legal rate-that is, the editor of his For then surd's III my hare Damp more\. Hem munleAs !" dent of Roads for Orange County, M. t I.I "bidl i.. nut often the case in similar such as roaJ building and the proposed

headlights, siren whistle and plain will do our part. Will you do I 1 I paper had published it several times and Overstreets, James L.. Giles;i II. L. H.-O- work' "anil thus destroying trio typographical state legislation next winter will probably
lie chased the clam all 'roun.l the leach I
whistle while the crew of the Three yours by giving full names and addresses knew what it was worth. And f..arful..aths man, It. O'Neal and Seth Woodruff, ] effect by indifferent press authorize every county in the
swore some ;
Friends went down in the after turret of ? The small cards have failed in I I The list published this year was the The air was blue with clam and damnt !!I all came up from Orlando Friday list I work. state. of Florida to use and supervise
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that vessel, broke open her treasure many cases of securing the full desired |largest ever published in the county; it And "' ammy'BC !.t-ofT clothe and road! over w hat is known as Celeryannum I The tithe i- now short It-fore tire first prison labor in the very important work

chest and secured a sack of silver, which information, hence this placard.J. i! was set in minion, or seven |point type, avery I The girls all shout, "You're it kern ofo.lllOrl and "spent|) the entire afternoon of I iVi-cmber, when time work will be of road building.
was taken by its captors to Jacksonville M. JOLLEY, 1'. }1. small fraction larger than nonpareil : I !< I I investigating. Perhaps more than any i issued, and it lJ'bootho *> who cI \- There is no state in the Union that

where it was placed on exhibition in the Write plainly and fully and leave slip I or 6 jH int type| the type| the law requires nut riant'co<|Ulna yet!" I other one thing of, which the jx>o4e of I piTt to occupyP.ICT" in its; contents to good roads mean !o much to as it doesto
Vhllemennaldsmurmurfromn thesarf
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tore window of Creenleaf Si Crosby, 10 the box window drop. I legal ads. tul IK set in and paid for The clam shall win. me lt.Ilmtrvakrd ." Orange:; County are proud Ithe work lbe making: arrangements to tint end. Florida. It would mean that the
aad was the cynosure of all eyes of -- in that measure. The list as published they have done and the inonry they (-al pride should be sufficient in thebreast t"teould each winter become a great

paaaers-by while it remained there. The mammoth Pictorial Edition of I measured about !;ml) inches or more, and He busted! 11 It<,o.>'
Captain John F. llorr who is nowUnited the Gazette-News will be out about I He- J the law allows $1.00 an inch. The 'bill And Vandcrlillt' hr "I""tt-.l l down. No county in the State: can surpass her I professional man to not let this: g<>I
States marshal for the southern will be we rendered for this work was for SI:22, \\ hits peeling off hit rest in that direction. Though little has to advtrttee Daytona es main road from Jacksonville to
work
The magnifi-
: district of Florida seized the exhibit as cember 1. a the considerably more than one seventh Take herd! take heed!" the beach maids been said, the work hat quietly gone I cape. Send in your induction for the Miami( will surely come. When it does
property of the United States and retained cent publication of ninety-six pages, having Ix-en deducted. nhrlrk.Vain along uinkr the direction t.f an intelligent I'M.torud Edition: before it is too late. an automobilist will make the trip from
illustrated views all being of the finest
possession of the same for three warning, far from mach: and honest Boarllt.of County Commissioners. Jacksonville! to Miami about as' folIvwsI.'a.e
half-tone engravings ever used on the i I But Mr. Ryland thought there was Ills heels went up lir disappeared.
No l, >twU have been L..- : Jacksonville after breakfast -
years. East Coast. Every point of interest: in '; too much space taken up and objectedto At the hyphen In the bench! The closing forms for the l big Gazette-
The owners of the Dauntless and Mwritan'a Motoring Mrmagr.! loUt'll. : UM'iK-y borrowed, n<. special News' IVtorial CdfUaa are being trade take lunch at ;t. Augustine, distance -
and around Daytona will be represented, < the ]pay meet of the just bill rendered
Three Friends then instituted suit in the noise i been made; but Orange County is 3? miles. Ormond or Daytona
ready tor the picas sell soon the edition
with scores of views of the | ?J3 less than he reported at thoOctolicrj
federal of together at the front just time will hr tn fur dinner and lodging. Next day if
courts to recover possession sane. HTIOX every quarter c If the ,
The
value for
of the list biggest
finest dwellings in Daytona and on the j session that the publication ).QU'rr got
I country. Time is nearly up. If I the trip i+ a continuous Titusville
the you one
captured treasure held by the marshal ,
Theresa' peninsula. The work will be sold for 25 would cost the county. your money-The (;,ette-N'ewV ttctorial expect to get ia DOW it be4ww ive5 you to' :0 mile, for lunch. Kockledge miles
Maria :
claiming that the cents and orders are now being booked. Two copies of the paper ..f which he Edition for 25 cent .Pictorial Gazetti'-Nrw.s: out "'.1'. Nt -otno a-running. I
had slid off into deep water and at that : further on, for dinner and lodging.! Next
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time was a mere wreck and total loss. -- lay Fort Pierre for lunch, distance 67

The United States court finally awarded I I miles, and Palm Beach for dinner and

50 per cent of the disputed property J lodging, distance from I'alrr Beach 59

to the owners of the Dauntless and err ;. t mifc-t The finish; of the journey next
Three Friends as salvage, by which decision Ity lay would I 1Jt. Fort Lauderdale, 40 miles,
the silver treasure was divided 1 for lunch, and dinner at Miami another

equally between the parties to the suit : .y ; :25 ntifea, would finish the East Coast

the government taking half and the contestants LJ C __ t tIaro\ibh road trip.

the other half. I

The remaining relics were disposed of m'
at auction. Commodore X. C Allen s At Fred Marriott, who junpeti into international -

purchased the headlight the ill-ttarred .Vf fame on the Ormoed-Day-)

Maria Theresa and also the government's y..t"f r ci t-'nn Reach, Florida, lo.-t ..winter when 'u

than of silver at private sale. It has rirFt,4.err, I'' h* hurled his :Stanley Steamer a milein

been determined by Commodore Allento rt'f''nl-&Ja..a.ing time of / twelJtyi -

melt this silver, which will then be y I j I';ght and one-fifth seconds, has been

transformed into trophy and presented 1 I 1"11 a tour though Europe; and had just l
In the name of the Halifax River j I .I turned to :'meatsm<< Mass' his: home

Yacht; Club as the Commodore Allen i j Mr. Marriott used l an American touring

trophy to the victor in the longdistancemotor i i, I' ir in his journey over :Southern; Eu-

boat race between Palm' Beach npe.! Hi- tuployers, a* a reward for

and Daytona which is proponed to take Y. In- nervy work in Florida gave t him

pUce! immediately after the conclusion I char months'vacation with all expeD.

ot the exciting events scheduled to occur si-' paid.:

at the former place. sMaef Z j ,.
The trophy must be contested for j Austin Will Enter With "Show Me."

annually, and must be won three times I
before it becomes the absolute propertyof i The U est Palm IV-ach Tropical Sun,
in speculating) or. the coming motor boat
the winner. The winner of the
race.,., ha.the following
trophy each will hold the ::
year V ..
cup until next year's race. This V .\MKK the important entries id that
mark 1'1 W. W. Austin
a well-known
condition will doubtless make the cup
yachtsman of }Daytona, who hue arranged
an of annual
object many exciting contest -
to bring t,, take Worth his
:: novel little
*, a* it is hardly probable that the .
lame party will be the winner in three craft, ';-show Me.' This little "('S."t'I,1 if it
Successive contests. iX; ", all \I., all that u claimed for it. will

The cup will be of elaborate design etaltk' the bnating worUl. It is fitted
some of tue coins being set in the base in with a :3} horsepower engine and i ia re-
their original shape, and will be of great a i puti-ii t.- n.akiover :20 miles an hour."
historical value ind<*d as u forcible reminder -
to its fortunate possessor of the
valor and bravery of American seamenin (D"n' ail j to place order for the
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administering a crushing blow to of the Gazette-
+pt- al edition ew..
the inhumanity last vestige in the of Spanish Netr World.authority and The Handsome Residence of George E. Sebring. Just Completed. I Price 25cc


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;,( T. E. FITZGERALD. Editor GRAND PRESENTMENT. : BRIDGE DONE. I Value Received. !


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'-. THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY Is the Residence Now About Completedby Reports That all the County Offices The New Bridle at Port Orange Will

( INCORPORATED ) Contractor S. H. love for Are ia Good Condftlon.ecom. be Finished Next Wee ,,-Anest Every person spending money wishes

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George E. Sebring.The mends Hard Road. Bridge in th| County.The Value Received for expenditure

Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Flonda, as Second Class Matter. picturesque and attractive resi- The grand jury empaneled for this new bridge across tie Halifax at and

dence of George K. Sebring on Ridge-! term of court completed its )business at Port Orange is aboufccocnpleted fact very naturally go where they will

Subscription $1.5O Per Year in Advance. wood is the most recent addition to ]DeLand Tuesday afternoon and made will be finished: next week. This )bridge I get

many others that have been constructedin the following final presentment: will make five bridges over the Halifax their money's worth. I am in the

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 17, 1906. our beautiful city and exhibits a most To the Honorable Minor ?. Jones: ithin a distance of about ten mile,one real .

interesting expression of modern architecture J Judge, etc.Your I at Ormoiid, three at this place and the

<-f its particular clas-j grand jury for the fall I trrni -f nf'.n" at Pi rt C)ranfl': I II I estate brokerage business with the .

CIRCUIT COURT I arrived lad Friday and were guests of Mr. tkbring's liuUJ-o presents" the sue the Circuit Court of \'oha.-ia (""un I)', I The new bridge; i i.VfcW fet long, or

I Seminole Lodge for several days pend ('t'l'tfullrratmrnt vt a file wliieli in it.. lag tl' n'Jlort that they has' fmishcxlieirelutiC5 I thirty feet less than a mile. :2Z20 pilo: I longest, strongest list ever offered in

negotiations for the winter. Miss self forms M many advantages UP"JI| and iiiako) this lli.ir finalrcscntiiKnt. \\ere iisitl JUKI IMI.CHKJ; fret of lumber.

PROCEEDINGS. Emma Jutte was a guest ,.f the Colon which I Ihe mind of an architecture nat ) : 11 he bridge est lie Idklgr (.'''llIl'any Daytona know the bargains-my

nades several years ago und was quite a urally seizes, and the (effect therefore, We as: grand jurors have l,>n.ii IIIHK-| $_'I l,0< 0. I It should! hILee'll finished I

M favorite in the hotel circle. The remain- was to be gained in designing, as Mr.Gove ful! of our oath<, and hue tiled l t I) ,K> October ht, but the delay in receiving I knowledge is. yours for the

Published Venire of Grand and Petit der of the family, consisting of one has demonstrated, and i* in per our duty. We have examined the oth- material retarded: the work considerably. I asking.

brother and two sisters, will arrive some fect harmony with the beautiful site. ces of our various county officers" and A convenient toll hou c has been Below I few

Jurors Quaahed-Casei Tried time about December first. The house is approached by spacious make report on them as follows: reeled at the draw and a commodious I quote a bargains you will

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and Continued. Miss Charlotte Weaver, of Springfield cement walks and wide steps, with massive County Clerk-We examined this duck: built on both sides of the draw to t be interested in.

Circuit Court convened in fall term in Mass., arrived last week and will spend coquina fence-posts and neat iron office and found everything: neat, and which boats may be moored. At low II

DeLand on the 8th instant,Judge Minor II the winter with her aunt, Mrs. Leland. fencing in fiont. kept in first class shape, the only requirement tide there is fifteen feet of water at the I No. a A Hived lot 100 feet river .
Mr. McPherson and family, after sev- I The 'n-nt of the first frtory is marked l being a desk" with shelves in draw and it is said to be the swiftest I on to Valley .

Jones presiding.The venire of grand jurors on motion eral weeks' stay at lib father's cottage at either ,..ilt' by massive porches, con- which to keep the tax lxok and I other 'current em the river. The draw is built :street, (it room house, furnished, Daytona ;

< of the State' attorney was quashed on on the beach, have returned t<, theii I nect" tl I "II the fide with a porte rochere, records, and we would respectfully ask higher than on the bridges at this: place, Beach, 3750.

:. advertisement and home in Stuart. wbuliH: joined by a spacious summerport.h. the County ('ommissiiners: to allow so that ordinary boats can pass under S
account of lack of Dr. S. P. Leland has coiiM-nted t< I I No. 9 Lot on north side of Bay
the sheriff ordered to summon eighteen 'I he foundations and basement same. I without opening. The toll rates for the I street, $6XL( >
teach the Bible class at the (ilf'u'ie" wall .r built of coquina rock. Sheriff's Office We examined the follows
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: new bridge are as : No. 24 Lot 122.5x231
2 houses
from the body of the county.
men f hi. ; west Magnolia
church. Under the insfiration f> built
taken in reference Tl. :r-t iiivl second stories are Sheriff's office, and I found everything Lath iKTMmener S years of ago, 5c;
The course was
same teaching, no doubt, the interest in attendance of 1.iu. i w'k. The gables and dormer including Ixioks and rce-orils: in good acli horse, wagon, carriage, rart or I avenue, 3100.
to the petit jury. will receive a new ;n.|>ctu<. roof is
The following grand jury was empan- winc.1.aie shingled. The order. push cart, one-horse; team, lOc; two- No. 70 Lot 50x85, 7 room house, 3rd ave., $2,100.
Dr. B. F. Marsh hUed the pulpit at
: eled: H. V. Bracey, G. W. Kent, F. D. ) boautif) designed and covered withSpauLli County Judge-\\"e examined the horse" team, l.V; each mule, ox, row, No. 81 Lot 40x150 5 house
the ilenview ChURCh Sunday afternoon I room some improvements
adds the -
which to pleasing
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County Judge's
': S. W. Hickox, Ed. French, E. donkey or |K ny 5c; each automobile,
4. E.Harper, Samuel Flowers, Bedford He was greeted by a good attendance. effe(t. need of more light and air, as the books runabout or tonneau ('ar. lOc; each touring well finished, well etc., west :Magno- -

if. Sylvester F. Among those not already named whoha'e Entering the hou-e from the cast, one show mould, and we recommend that 15c each i lia
Jones, E. R. Drake, C. B. Odum, C tale of the Deitz or rating;: car, ; motorcycle, avenue, 1500.
agreed to one finds himself in the hall with a
large the County Commiionrr'attrntion, 5c each
Klicker Z Bennett, J. J. Emanuel,Wm. ; person Using bridge near tollhouse
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lamps: are: E. E. Dayton, E. F. Bntton I. stair-cast' of tasty design, with landing be called We found the Ixoks .
to for
James Daugherty, same. fishing" >c; marl, material for
Kl J. B. Taylor,
pp, Bennett. Harry Wilson, H. T. Mulkr)'and Sidney : at the right, with a 1x'autifullradrd and records in good shaix-. county roads, building material and
A. H. Woodall and Sbep
Haigh. It is quite likely others, seeing I R. L. SMITH.
After retiring and selecting A. II. glass window, consisting of two large County Treasurer and KegistrationOfticc baby carriages free For liveries, the
this good \\'orkill fall into line.: with two beautiful tnaidn In a
panels, We found tin- office in good
Woodall as foreman the jury was instructed same rates will lie in force as arc used j
perfect garden of flowers, with twining order and the )lsjeks kept in :t )businesslike at this .
I as to its duties by the the civil judge.docket Daytona Beach, Nov. 15.; -Mrs. L. oaks in the distance:: the whole forminR manner. We rccomme'ud that ,10 large place.A force of workman are engaged 1 I..................................................s- :
The following cases on .
; were continued: Ropes vs. Vandcrpool, Salisbury, of l'ro\'idrnCt', It. I., arrived I a pll tUn.- que s-cene. oil heater be furnished the ..II ,'l'. in !building a shell road from the eastern I!

assumpeit; Ropes vs. Vanderpool, trespass Monday and is pleasantly located at At your left, through a wide OII'lIill| Court Hous -Ww fouml the eouriousc I approach to the l ridge t<> tho ocean, I.I................. ........4.. ..... .....e.e..rn4. :
Pinehurst as a guest for the season. .
with matrixc columns n eachik, you in l shapand I".h Ix-auti "'hied, when will i
assumpsit
Bennett ; g" ,
Dickerson CtJlllpll-trd give our
]
Matherson; vs. Bennett,ejectment.The L. Kidd, wife and daughter,of Bloomfield I I enter the large sitting room, with a bay Tied IIy the coat of cetitent."e reronimend I lie-ople an elegant drive, going down (lie i ] ;
Ind. arrived last Friday and hare THE PECKIHENDRICKS I
window side from which : I COMPANY.
following are the names of the at one you the trimming -f (lie (rib-"" th.itrike l eM h and ba, k inside or \iieerst.. II
taken rooms at the Branch House. I feat
The notable
petit jurors: J. W. Smock, E. L. lion, Miss enter the sun parlor. against the house. This hdl| l| mad"illht. i-oniplctol) a week I
Mattie Branch has
accepted
R. R. Poston, W. H. Hatkell. H. W 11 I I ure hr the sitting, room U the very large Jail-We found l th,' jail in g"lur.ln l Troin Monday, if l"a.1 l weather duesnut:

Pursell, W. S. Abbott, Z. Bevell, W. II. position with the Peck-Hendrirks and beautiful stone lire-place built ohite xe-e-pt: some lights were out. .\ burn i is hillde'r l work. Efforts: will aNo Umt:
: Baylor, J. D. Hubbard, Boyd Shoemaker pany Addison in Daytona.Howard, who is a -com-j. Miami rock, whi .h is certainly a badly ncedefl, and would xttfullyasl| to II.IM' the roiinty I lniiM I :i r.t.t
W. M. Hunter, V. T. Barr. work of art. the ('uunt) Commissioners t<> allow (lie the in'iiinsula connecting with the ogle
guest at the Sea Gull cottages caught a i ill this ..., but 1.1
The ceiling not nlv r m
J1. Stevenson was sworn as bailiff to anio. 1IlI'Jill) into I Halifax an'nll'Iwar the and Children's Shoes Trunks Etc.
bass at Keating's pier one
27-pound tinted und I ,
all the others
is beautifully foiin ,
the grand jury. County Superiuittiiih.'rit-\Ve S: iih: Uri'ljT( at tlii (pla.f'
day this week. lie has shipped a bar-
The case of Alexander Howell, a negro decorated with How era and ferns and i is his (ilfl((' in gnus] rondil illll.Wt. I Stock Best
largest Assortment
Lowest Prices
against the Florida East Coast Railroad rel of whiting to his home in Lrbamm, very artistically executed )by A. Il('iit- wuuM respectfully urgeii -- -- ; ,

for injuries received in an accident III d. I zen, of Cleveland, Ohio. I (I'etunty Comrnksioncrs! to use their lies CITY COUNCIL IN -- -
Wise Carver, of New York, arrived I
at New Smyrna was tried. Plaintiff here Monday and is comfortably located Under the s-tair is n large t"ilet an l I efforts[ to devise: moans looking tu (lie ( or. Beach St. and Magnolia Ave., Daytona. ;

sued for $10,000 and was represented byJU. lavatory room, also cloak mom. Adjoining laying .f a g<*xl hard road lietwit n 11t.-) !
M. Bennett and Frank Pop The at the Sea Gull cottages. This: i H his I this is a back "vtair-cnw whirl Land and I Daytona, and suggest that REGULAR SESSIONPass eg $4S..........................................

.eompany was represented by Stewart &: second season with MM. llinks. ends on the main stair landing.At i this r..u.1 l l"e pin ..",t rawed at once Ix-for
.. ..
William II. Jones, owner of the Sea lilt
: Bly. The jury found a verdict of $3000 Gull is here this week lookingup the farther ('0(1 of the hall you en the pinoMraw i-s Imrneil. We w'/IIM I. 4' ._ ._ . . . :'
for plaintiff. cottages, : tel the large and beautiful dinin .rnCIIII, also re-commend 1 that (lie roud iHtwecLind n Upon Many Measures of Importto -

A similar case against the railroad his business interests. with high paneling of Flemish oak and 0.. and Orange City lie repaired at the General Public It f.

; with II. H. Williams as plaintiff, was Charles Wilson, who ii: having a substantial sideboard: to match built in a niche. The -Sanitary ; t Announcement i

then tried, with the same attorneys in residence erected on Seabreeze room is well lighted by a circular set flf once.We wish to thank the! Court, lIii: Ordinance Laid Over.
venue, is here this week hurrying the .
the case. A verdict for $500 for plain- windows comprising the whole end, witha Honor Minor S. Jones for his coiirtesie" The regular meeting of the city council ,:
work up. lie expects to return for his wide indow-sill for The rc'iI-i !
t tiffwuretwmed. plants. during our t>('sion."t' al-si w i-A to was lieUl Monday evening, with all !; {t .,
A special venire of thirty was ordered family as soon as the house: is in readi- !I ing is toyed and the doc-orations arc i in thank the court officers for their kind the ineinlers present. We extend to our friends theSeason's .

from the body of the county for jury ness for their occcpany. perfect harmony with the surrounding, attention to our wants an Boyd Shoemaker was attending court "
( duty in capital cases. consisting of Swiss! scenery: and hade and we wish toxt .ml our and ord.n"ll'aid. and ee the elaborate provision #

; The grand jury returned the following in DeLand this week.J. up to and with the ceilings (if such tintsas thnnk< to uur efficient States! .Attorney A |IM'titi.n was f1'1"C.h..1 fr C. Butler to DeLand I
went Friday you would see in some sunset views Ju'nesli, with t patrons with the very best !
indictments; John C. lia licen us. owners 1111.uth Palmetto atrnue, IKtwee *- I.

{ Sarah Newton,alias Sarah Van Dyke, and returned Tuesday. He was called in a Southern dime Beyond the din- and whohasa;;., "t-J u< in .ur inestgati I 'n South i-tre-it and Hdlf''ie'aVI' Clothing Hats 1
there as a witness. fitted ,
ing-rnom i" a large pantry, neatly .
iun"
murder in first degree. I flue, asking JK rinKMon to grade the :
The early part of this week J. C. Butler -
; Joe Robinson, murder in first degree, with glass front cupboards and drawer All of which we rc-sjx-ctfully submit) trt't\\ithrr1-\rl at their own e\i ... -' Furnishingsand
sold to James Rix, of Daytona, two l tI
I to which Robinson pleaded guilty and The kitchen N a model one, wit and now ak if it U- the ploa'ire (>( lie the s ity furnish "ne limn In level I tin "J,

r was sentenced to life imprisonment. ota Stewart belonging and Brush to Charles addition Brush, :Seabreeze.Ir. in the. closets well and refrigerator Mom, and h court, lint we may I.e 'lisclKirgeil.Herpettfully I marl-all the w"rk to lie ,l,>"e nnd .r tlc 0 '" '::4' Shoes. :

H. E. Helem, lewd and wanton be- Butler also sold to Luke Hezelle, a appointed. Mibmitleil, I mper\i.si (.f the (.it) The c-o<:nulgrantctl ;_. -. -i ,aii "
t havior. Passed down to criminal court Ascending the stairs you land in a .\. II. WOO HALL, Foreimn.II. the request without any hf Mt.ition. i t Wehavescleetcdwith: great
recently-arrived tourist a six-room cot- spacious hall on the second story, from V. IW.XrKY.: Clerk. -' rare the choicest production .
of record. tage on Palmetto avenue belonging to I a r -i of the mot noted manufacturers -
which there four 51th
I' Aaron McCoy, George Roberts and Mrs. Abless, of Brooklyn, X. Y Consideration \ windows arc and large! room, withlarge ,J I I D. I D. Rogers. a kc-il |IIf".rmi.ciun t" i-x- -.:. I5 ,_ : in the respective lines. It t

(i George Robinson, murder in first degree $2000. large amply supplied i tenf lii"proptrty on L, ;.d- is our determination to sell :

Up to Thursday the case against J. H Charles i closets, connecting bath-rooms SO.\iE RECENT North Bt' u'h street al"ut0: fir UK) I Ii 'c .1 nothing that Is not thoroughly :
Conquest, who was here some
with the beat "-f plumbing fixtures, and r good.
-l Dryten, a young white man of Oak Hill, two weeks fett. IVniiis.si'jn::: was ran Ie'll as n'- be
ago looking for a cottage for white tile floors and wamscotting. The I j Our prices will always
charged with on a little girl capital quoted. i iJ fouud satisfactory. .
rape a the winter, has taken one of Mrs.( Pclle- floor REALTY DEALS .
second is painted and cnamt led J E. M. C" lit Mjlmiittcd e -- .---
t offense, had not been concluded. cier's handsome cottages on Uidgewoocavenue 'ii< a \cryigor- j, t
white, and the decorations are simply
Landis &: Fish represented the defense. I otis e-oinnninieation. protesting against '
Daytona, .
exquisite and show the "skill of an artist.There I II i
the eiinelition of
the sidewalks i in e-ertiin
tI Mr. and Mrs. Phillips are here for the are three large, finished rooms Extracted From tic! Coo.s! of Record I I Sl.'C'ti"IIM flf (lie city The matter wa.s'I II ': : ThEGLOBE :

............................ housekeeping winter from in Keene one of, N.their II.cottages and are em in the attic, with a large hall. The for Volusia Count-\u:1Icr.: I[ referre-el to Mrect Commissioner lila, \ ,

i SEABREEZE and i Valley street. with floors wax throughout finNh. arc The of windows quartered, are oak of, ous Transfers. i: und lie uill wage a n.l'IlU.4 wtrfal"f'i: t
l The nsainst plllJr t-idewalk.lcsilcnts : 116 South Beach Street. "
P. Peninsula Kindergarten is one (If it :
plate glass. IK I.aiid, Fla., Nov. M-The foliiiniuig .
the commendable enterprises of the : i of V.lusi.i a\cnue, we t "f I

i DAYTONA BEACH E burg, undertaken by Misses Etta Free- There with Is a cemented basement: floors under bath the ihlehouse transfers of property in and about )Daytona the railroad, asked for :i light in their I I, .-; --;--:; .. ; -.;: % --... .. .. .. -.. .. ..

; rooms have beca rece: irduul I in the i.llkeejf Jlt'id.hf.rholll! also that sotiief the I
I.............eI.SS..SS.... man and Mabel' Horn and really starts for the servants, laundry: hc>t-air furnace the Clerk If (lie Circuit Court at I IV- :IIH < j! -
under trees in the -Irvttf rrmovctl.! lliitlire.iuue.ts ,
out
Seabreeze, Nov. 15.-E. B. Case, or very auspicious (e-ircum etc. The house is lighted )by: gas I.an recently: grantril.Pn.iiden !. i i j I \il.inViVi'ifVf iil.VmVf i ,. imW..iil "nn.V "W"ni-lii.W..W"WiNtW.WNNR'NNiiftI :
stances with were
promise of a paying enrollment |
t Cleveland, Ohio, arrived the latter part and e-Iee.tric.ity. The cooking is done by H. II. Smith tu (Italic \ram.lI. ?IOO', ; A. D. HcBBIDE F. N.MNlAD '
I Success to the ladies! ( (larktatorl tint
I of last week and is pleasantly located at Mrs. Fred young gas. The premises arc provided with lot 21, Murk 2, Wall's sol!, in D.i>.totia.Elizaljcth it wa I! PrrclJent Call1ier'i
Allen and little of
son, cry .pndKtblc Datonaeoukl secure fn-e
t. Seminole Lodge, where he spent last two complete systems of water scriceand : S.! Whittrn to Carrie (!. I'
Jacksonville, are \isiting their relative: cl Idinry.f mail, but Ije'fore (lie I IJ
winter. Mr. Case is one of Seabreeze in the city. is supplied) by a large ram ted from Hrn00. e .',(0 ft .>f w 21;() It 4.f .nient wciulvl! inaugurate the senierit o\'rn-'i J MERCHANTS BANK | j

regular winter visitors and at each seas- Rev. Charles -1-inch artesian well.Lat lot I and 2. husk I f'-, I HcxIgtnanS I). }'"IwoiiM, I
(illicit i.s filling the M. I lx liaeall the '
; necc'ssarjto =
i on's return receives and gives a warm ;; but not least, i H the large garage, tllnl. E 'Br.n-" Volutl County Bank j :

welcome to bin circle of friends. E. church pulpit in a very accoptubl which is reached by a wide driveway, Mrs. L P. Lwnitt to Mr. M. I:. i liotisc nuinlx manner, from all reports. lie i is a very j an emlinanc-c which d Mrs. O. A.Talley,who has been spend earnest speaker and there be with cement curbing) on either side, Barnes and Mr*. :M. Edison, *.Vrf lots 1 1 I j j lICit c Personal! 1 Liability. .. ..... ... ..... .. .. ............ 100,000 *
i is
e-an no laming ( inerc-ly direi -
ing the past months with her parents, which winds: around the :unimcr, porch, :&OclIO l block C, Corona.lo lleach. j j jtliose i'
doubt in the listener's mind as to the i tory tn who desire to numl- r. : Transact a General Banking Business.
.. Professor and Mrs. Selden, on Ocean through the )porte -ochero and out (:arum Weaver t<. Norman elf' V. Howard I II
sincerity of his utterances. j The ordinance e-omiinttoc was instructed
Boulevard, returned to her home in San- The Carson cottage has been taken hy; the through street.two large coquina columns to $:'((O, part ..f lot II, )M.*'k 2,1 lloag's j t to draft an ordinance making: the nuni- 1 4 iH-rcont. I Interest Compounded Quarterly Paid onSavings

ford several days ago. Mr. Griffin and his daughter, Miss Bell, I sub in Daytona Jw-.u h. j I>ring of Imililings a e- C. F. : That this magnificent p-sidencc is a i
Burgman in New 14'w1' I
was Smyrnathis of Sac City, Iowa.A J. A. Ilostram to (J f'.rg \ Ann tWI .

week. certain beau home production from start to finish is )(' <100) lot 13. l block I I. and lot 13 ]I j .
popular of For the Hoxe-s for ltcntIPATROLI
Daytona I general information of city Safety eposit :
and will .
I IL T. Butler is having considerable compare well with the palatialresidences and 14, blot k 2, Hand' tract in File h'
Beach i b puzzled over the receipt of a erffitia's: ansi t!be jiuUic the .. ..
improvements made on his Ocean Boulevard of the Northern reports is a generally; ; !..!...I'mI--'JI.--.I..J-'nmmmmmmJWI..lmmmmm-Jm1.l1mnmNmNi .
II box of popcorn, which was sent him grant. council voted to witjscrilie for (lie Mil'nieipal I .
cottage. Among other improve credit to our city and Mr.( Sebringwho Daniel 1:. Marsha t" I'ofctcr 15. IWn- -
the '
through mail, with a picture of JfHinial. Ij I
a
I meats a new cement front walk is being has unbounded faith in the future "fDaytona I nett, $50, lIaks Park. GET THE BESTR.c.ntly
young lady of his acquaintance neatly j The body also! vote1*! tll( purchase "" ... ....
1 wrapped therein, and would like to inquire as the coming resort eif the II T. C..nrad to Kliner Olive-r. 3.tt;( i
laid.Howard Williams, who has been with! of the Gazette-News editor (who South and who has shown his faith Iy' I I: lot 10, lkink'sut" > in Dajte.na.F. ; :, oyster shfH.-< from J. II. < in tens at.;OJ i' |
is to know his ('('rita per load for the purpose of pate I.- <
supposed whether works. (
his brother in Williams' departmentstore everything) J. Miner to Cornelius' i"hri-tianry
it could have been sent him in innocent I' ing tho streets in s.(rno { irt" of the -ity. !
for several months past, left Sat- maiden meditation $1.00, undivided half isterett in part of
fancy free or is a I S>me informal diwussion"
w.is
urday for Jacksonville, much to the regret charming plot premeditatedly designed/ Knights of Pythias Convention. lotand ( li.irk| .\. Wil-vnX Port'' fJj ag(1 .
in rel.iti\c to tire
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of his many friends here.B. against his bachelor freedom. Kindly Orange. extinguishers .iftrrwliie Polished I II
address X Box The Seventh District Convention of h thai ecrtine-il adjourned.f Copper
F. Holland family have returnedto 102,33.5.TROUBLE I Howard E. l'ratt to I). I-:. ('. Crews.
the Austin House for the winter ----- -- i the Knight of Pythia was held at this I I!' -- I
$70 lot IS PrattV. where Mr. Holt will again take charge 1 i place Wednesday last. A largo! number {i ii M. fi C.. Daytona. :, Trouble in Holly Hill School. FIRETested I
IN i of vi>itin<; Knights from St. Augustine )'
as business manager. Ii William Furr to John (!. lirona, *42.: ;
Palatka and other in the ; An (item in the
points di"trirtwere 1'j County School I IJoar
I I Ii
After a vacation of several weeks' duration j part of lot 4. I Jock I, Hoa;'fl wib '!
Richard Middleton is again at FURNITURE CO.| present and the convention was Daytona Ikarh. : [roee-odingn, as published last. ui.,.k,
productive of much good. j jj I i|trails as follows: I
his post in Williams' department store. C. W. Hash to A. J. lUrti, 73, part Standard

Baggett & Post have leased Mrs. II. It It It j Dr. William W. Dellart, of Tampa, I. of lot S, hIck 3, Hush, New Smyrna. |! "CTiairtflan CuarHlk-r and F KKnapfic :

A. Bernard's cottage on Ocean Boulevard Suit in Chancery Has Been Instituted gave public address on Pythianirn at I W. II. Peters t.) l'l t'r J. Peter. Sl.OO. i were delegated to go to Holly 350 Pounds

to Miss Emma C. Jutte. of Pitts to I the Opera House at 4 p. in., that wa lots 29 and 30, block 3. sub fract see 13, ,I Hill and" try to adjust, all lifTen-nces

burg, Pa., for the winter.E. Compel an Accounting and listened to by a large audience. Dr. I twp 13, range 33. there. i EnIargid

B. Case, who is a fisherman of 1\'ell- Dellart is an interesting talker and I ---- To those not acquainted with the situ WITH
pleaded his audience. The doctor is 1 ation the above established reputation in plying the reel A few Jays : I I i OBITUARV. nn-
World
and rod bass :chaplain of the Second Florida) Infantry pressi.in that there is trouble (Ir ome Gazetteer of the
caught an
eight-pound chancery to 1 i 1 I John I). Knight, formerly of :Nebraska kind l within tVie Holly Hill f.h..J. with more than ZS.OOO) title,based 011 till
i U also |
and fifty whiting from the Clarendon to |Sand a prominent member of the S huh I latest .
make census returas.NewPaiographlcal
an Installed
died! the home of C. H.
pier yesterday.Miss Snowder and Elks and Masonic fraternities. at Ham- is directly opposite the conditions.- DlctI* *fJ .

S. E. Russell and sisters, Mrs. R. of the In the evening at K. of P. hall thefirst : mood on Cottage avenue, Tuesday ev- ,I perfect Iwrntony exist in all n -["... 1 u.i I with One Extra ; oontalninir the names of over 10,000 W I'
(nine!:, e.f parslym l i Tvo deeeae was i The differences to whi h tin. persona,date of birth.death eW.
above
M. Baker and Mrs.E. M. McCullough arrived The or Page!; rank was ('on fern>1 uponone '' < tT"iiiRiiS.l'b.D." LJ.D..
49 years old. Ho was formerly munty'ewrk ; item refer are ltwcn ChemicalCharge Edited by : r
last Friday from Marietta, Ga., and candidate, hugh Bracey, .'f tlisplae. t two -''da"I..f i Uoitea States Ctommiawoner Educ- I
at Lincoln. X"ra.kancl) l was the I Holly I Hill .
since which time Miss Russell has been tona ( | Work in (lie thcr! rank,* was' r"- whool ihj-trjt or, |III 'I'- 2380 Quarto P.f.' ,
putc-d to lx quite wealthy. Ills wife, erhypeakinw, Distrit \o .. X.. FUM. lOOt ClMttmtifML ad I Ii
: :(2in:! l
busily engaged getting Dixie Lodge i in is due Dissolution."t'! exemplified, after which thore present who '', < !
diN sonic time ago was IIt.I..n:1'I cur through the fjci i NeededlnEveryHome
readiness for opening. $5,000. partook of a tempting lunch and indulged ; of the Kingtonp 1 I

Miss Ketchum, of New York, who wa Yesterday in a smoker The meeting ad.journed Van Dyko. of Dueliess County. New p '':, .4-hl(1OI| | ling in the Holly Hill -il!ii,olUitin I I $15.00. I .Also We......'. ..1)ktIoaaIJ I Inil t
York a lady f good l and p.. .. 150 IJIuInIIoM.RrruJar
')
!: family trirt and the
( with Miss Russell last winter, is already compelling j at 1 1.1>> a. m. Thursday morning consequent fju '-non ofihtijin a i Edition hit dS6..... ....... ,
abihiy
:' here awaiting the opening of the house in the sum of (If the district It i* difficult (o i De Lass UboD ig.i'.i'"& Pria".....""..
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The body embalmed by liineham draw j division line that will pM'l: Q"!>Ie paper. I
: and will be with Miss Russell not inconvenience -
througl cree which
L & Malcy and held awaiting instructions individuals Address Box 99. FREE,-ale wsui."L1 P'P''''
but the
out the wintw. few days ago 31 6What is matter .1 ,.
Water
Lily ? Call at It will probably l I G.dC.MERRIAMCOPnfclUbvrt.
>o hipped to Glovers- will no doubt be L.
The Kisses Jutte, of Pittsburg Pa 1 I I arranged to the satisfaction $si5.
I manager by I the electric light plant. yUle, N. \. of the majority interested I ...................... .1 prlafteh'-.
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jF.t jF. L1P TflIS I r\-- FLORIDA ABOUT ROADS. SANITARY ORDINANCE. L rrR


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Automobile Enthusiasts Are Writing Now B foreUie:Clty Councfl'for its'V

a., Rt!' .\a II I IA Senator Morgan from Many Sec. Consideration.-Amendments
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YJP tions as Their Condition. May be Made. -

\ With the international winter sporting The following is a copy of the Sani
; events about to open in Florida, led tary Ordinance that is now before the
c
off by the famous Ormond-Daytona automobile Council of the City of Daytona. The

tournament say the Times- ordInance has passed Its second reading,
Union, the eye of auto lite in the North but in order to place it before: the pubic -

I! 'z \ are directed southward and already for possible amendments before its
: i preparations! are being mad for visiting final passage! the Gazette-News,.- publishes -
FI..ridl. the State that, because' of its it in full
famous ruing; brarltri hall become the Section 1-All privies, vaults and
-I temple where the devotees of the ftod- closets shall be supplied with the bucket
v. Jf.go-fa't most! delight to worvhipV system in which dry earth and lime

Ad for the Girls. 7 3 4vt better proof of this could be given shall be used in accordance with the
; ; I than the fact that "&!nator"' AJ. Morgan [ printed directions the board ef health.

i, : of motoring fame, is daily receiving Sec 2-The buckets shall furnished' t
4i 'letters "I inquiry regarding the Florida by the city at cost to the owners or occupants -

f4 i I[ roads "Motoring" Morgan[ is the of the premises. ;
special representative of the Florida Sec. 3-The buckets'shall rest upon a

ff... i I I I, Fast Coast Automobile Association. andas platform of sufficient height to be above t I
.. g the motoring events are promoted by the water at all times. JSo person shall
: :KGiac
; him inquiries naturally go to him. deposit in any privy bucket any broken -
f; | Mr Morgan has written the Times- glass or crockery tin cane slops t

i Union and, mentioning some of the let- water from kitchen or bedrooms;;'or any
ters that he has received, asks for further other refuse material except as pertains l

All clippings for the contest must be returned : information, especially as to what to the privy. .
i has been done in the line of road building fcec. -The contents of the buckets '
.1 i during the time that has elapsed shall be removed by.the City once in

'I since he left Florida for the North This two weeks or oftener if in the judgmentof
-' to this store not later than 4 p. m., December 1st. means, practically, what has been done the sanitary officer it is necessary.In .

during: the summer months. no case shall the contents of any
CHARLES E. COURTNEY WHO KNOWS ALL ABOUT !'
It t I ROWING. jI I! Mr Morgan's letter follows. Anyone privy be buried on the premises in the

should be I Recent rumors of the ivMgn l n hI:! "i' 'Iw+ I ..- 1-: oiirtney. the famous Cornell -j I having any information of the kind desired limits of the city.
f They wrapped in a neat package marked coach have drawn some out of M.:i."ouitt>.,,r, ,n to a man who H perhaps should address replies to \\'. J. Sec. 5-Any person who after being
A. the mot celebrated rowing: roach III fh world. t -.tney; began: his career asa Morgan, Bretton Hall Broadway and notified so to do, shall neglect or refuse -
traiuer or coach: in IVT:; when he ,oieluJ .I.i of ladies .
a < <-* rouoj at a seminary
.. .. Eighty-filth street New York. The let- to; make such change in the construction
: UP went to torn. II In 1'W.tb tin x puo11 >f ls 4. be has been
i with the senders name, age and address.] Com ll!! creator of .ir>-unn e\.'r m-e. nod litI I .1'i 1e,1 I the Ithacan boys to alour ter is as follows: of any privy upon premises owned or ?
and alm'> -t unbroken .-rie." s of \ itono*. 'EdItor Tunes-Union: I ttust that occupied by him or her as shall be necessary -
tf I the good roads enthusiasm in Florida is to adapt it to the convenient use
i not confined to the winter months!!, and of the bucket system! or who, upon being -
F The result will be announced and the prize that good progress has been made the requested so to do, shall refuse to

f.. 1 1rw 1s past summer in a good roads way. furnish the number of buckets that the
"I am in receipt of many letter) writ- board of health may direct to be used ;.
awarded ten during the past few weeks asking for upon such premises or any person who
as soon as possible. .
particulars in regard to Honda roada, shall hereafter construct any privy
and if it was advisable to other than
bring automobile : within the city limits on any
: here this winter The letters are I the bucket system shall: be punished by

i from no one particular locality, u yesterday a fine not exceeding fifty dollars or by
1'. I received letter from Atlanta. : imprisonment not exceeding thirty

(Ja; ., Rochester \, Yo, Boston, Mass, I days, or both, in discretion of the*
as well as from Duluth Minn All the mayor.
writers want to know what the mileageand I See 6-The sum of thirty-five cents
__ __ u : 1 s + location of the best roads in Florida. per month shall be assessed to all owners -

,, "I am only familiar with what has : or occupants of premises where
been done en the Last: Coast up to last I privies, vaults or closets are located, the
w' e w inter and \\ill be glad to learn from the i money to be collected by the board of'

THE GRUBERMORRISHARDWARE county. commissioners what has been<< : health. and paid Into the City Treasury
done on the East Coast last winter If I The sum assessed by this section shall

west coast l Ilt'Opleill also give me what i be a lien upon such premises; and if the

COMPANY meK information they can I will see that it is occupant or owner thereof shall fail or
J UMtl. to the Dot advantage I neglect to pay the same for a period of
s The Atlanta writer wished to know I thirty days after notice to suck occupant -
if f he could drive from Orlando to De- or owner, or his or her agent said
Land and if the road from the latter i lien may be enforced in any court hav-
,......*............oooeo point i* passable f..r an automobile to ing jurisdiction thereof

BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE. [)..}"ton a. I N.*r. 7-All closets, privies, or vaults,
a
i THE GLENN{ .\ Rochester physician wishes to I kept or maintained on the premises of -
a a know if he can make the trip in his automobile any occupant or owner, contrary to the i
from Jacksonville to Miami provisions of this ordinance, shall be
Residence on North Ridge- $3000 tJjUUUU Apl't.pt'rtonlu'i:1 .--1 : .V ll.niflile HOIIM. with nil lord I : I have written him that it might be filled up abated and destroyed by the
wood unfurnished. Three enue louse of four room
.
a cm ('Olltrnb IHVXNorth 0 done but that he would know that he
said within
or owner, seven
vge rooms on first floor four rooms onMBdfloor and kitchen on first floor three roomsand e 0 occupant
Barn flowing well and hall on second floor CU Mtand : lUnili M lIah'\|) 1 111Iloirl oa had been on a trip before he got: through days after being notified by the boardof
itttistern. Corner lot fronting 100 flues in all rooms. Mowingell. Lot with it, health.
tot and 350 feet sideitnet 53x170 ,. Nitliout) ,, : t
on Ridgewood on feet. with r r'H n < I "I
am !ending out to newspapersshort a bee 8 Provided that the provision .
Fine shade trees.Property o
a
For a business block on : t 1.::.0 a o ly. Spw'lal' b.vt.. ....>. : DANA I story on the possibility of an endurance of this ordinance shall not apply to
$5000 CHARLES
GIBSON ON HORSEBACK.
000 at Holly II ill. Beach Street. Two storerooms I test from Jacksonville to Miami privies having water carriage or cesspools -
Two cottages of four and and nine living room! Lot : MRS. ELLA H. GLENN, : Oue of the f;'\'nu i 1'.1..11111"" df hari. .> l >;iiu \110"011.; lite rooms each on ground floor. Flow- 75240 feet eC : Gibson> girl" Is liorxbuk rklliu, ; )lr ihson 1 H tow ID Europe studying would. I think, do much to show the the board.
sj well and cistern. Variety of >'onnghut. 1'roprhtivtinae piilitluK Some time IK\*, It will 'lot r 'iin'inU.rcd It ..It'dart'lLat! he had wi.pie of Honda that they .
are mining 111 shall be
bee 9- cesspools emptiedand
Fronts Daytona 100 Avenue.feet on river and 150teton $5800> m For ct'ntrallocation.a fourteen room fitted house as, i.....e.ea.oe.o......oo.CQa gruwti ttreil working in tiliik fwd \\lni. tin, Hork \\Lio-h i niji(l. hiiu famous i goad deal each year in the way of nod would become an on painttr lit is mew !-1..11I.I t: !ly .ipiiu! $; himself tll
boarding house. New house and furnishings -- -- --- -- hIs travel and consequent revenue, because pense, and the contents thereof removed -
1100 For a six-room. single story All modem improvements the mastery of new art. ..f the lack of a payable road the entire by the owner beyond the -
IIUU house in Kingston. Loca- One story building. 14x20 in the rear of .*.aooo..e.ea..a.. aa aoe -- - corporate
I
I length of the .
ta good House is double walled and house.' Lot 50\100 0 peninsula.It limits or a*! the board of health shall
pptred inside. lowing well; good : F. B. PENOR | A DILEMMA. I M the writer's conviction that direct<<
ntbuildings; lot 50x150 feet. borne $3500 Residence on Beach street, oa Florida could be made very attractiveto ec. 10-.\uy person! who shall fall or
/frit Kingston lour rooms on autonuibilista if a fair system of refuse to comply with the requirements
first floor three rooms on second floor. : CONTRACTORANDBUILDER. I Ill I[ roads IJre\'ail..J. I feel: sure that it of this ordinance after seven day's no-
Two Ham Lot
15000 houses! at $5000 each Fire place on both floor / 'IVi rl
fUVUV in fine locations in north 150r62J# feet. : .\ work doiw 111 H "trktlv. firsta / : would result in the bringing to Floridaof tice, shall be punished by a fine of ten
Ut of city, just off Beach street<< Doth a class and workin.itiliLr iiiainnrM ahoetif men (,f mean who wouldbuild dollars for the first offense twenty dol-
tousea fitted Lots with all modern eonven- $,900 For orange grove and house Material uw..l the Ut the market eaffords. i/ winter homes between Jacksonville lars for the second offense and fifty dollars ,
acea. 60x85 feet at Holly Hill. House has -r
: /1/ ,' and Miami. for the third offense or imprisonment -
four ground floor, two roomson 0e
rooms on e "There it: no reason why this would for thirty day, or both, in the
5000 a Bearing little over orange three grove at'l'f's. of in well second, barn;floor.variety Cistern of fruit.and flowing Lot w ,I' Plans and Eo!>tim>ltt's r urnis! !rd l a* :; 4: ,not be done, a.. Florida is the nearest discretion of the mayor, unless satisfactory

BY reach of town, with nicely finished 100x300 feet, close to river front Grove : IWtof: Kef..r.-IHrostotfuf -..-. % winter resort and the means of getting reason is shown for such failure
ad furnished one story cottage of four in marl hammock: 5 acres of bearing!/; there i I.i good at the present time, and or delay .
oaa, store room and large pantry. trees now holding good crop of fruit; 7J# 0 IMIS .ir;,. |>,i\toni. Fla pC |H.>N>ibl> in a few years we will see a
Jeer) four hundred orange trees and a acres in all __ a. t t trunk road from New York to Jacksonville -
!inety of other fruit; packing house C...*.oe.o..ooa .#.ao#aoaoooi .tverwhuh automobiles can erivc Ormond.
ud flowing well Paying crop of fruit $4500 Two dwelling houses on if they want tu
II trees now. one large lot at btabreeze I']I '01 course when t".ple go to Honda
---- Houses are each seven rooms and bath, RKR
they are well entertained, but it is the
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For and are furnished Nice property in ::=::::::::= :: :: 1
$1500 a fifty acre farm west petting of them there, and I feel sure
of Daytona; mostly marlunmock good location. Would sell separately at i rl l i, t 1 1 that g..<>d roads would materially assist Ortmmd Nov. 14-There have been
Ten or twelve acres in cul- $2500. i!i !il! Neville H. Clark 1 that laudable endeavor many arrivals the past few days. I t
ntion; about ten acres in timber. : 1 'would like to hear from everybody T. K. Sawyer and wife and Miss BesMC -
fine flowing well, about 75 peach trees. $1200 I Cottage on Ridgewood- I :: : I linttre(' te Suitable for orchard or farm. House of rues Kingston hour rooms U OPTICIAN. n 1 ', charge: "f the roads *J the Mate
1 Mrs[ J. D. Price and
and son,
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bar rooms and good log stable all on ground floor. Lot 45x JOO! + Very truly jour,
I :: :: :Master Hubert at their home
.. ," : are on
i .w. J. )IOR( \S
Lots ranging in price from a few hun- :,:. .. .. Hii : j3 I the peninsula .-
t r/ ') U Ramon Thornton and family have returned -

dred to several thousand dollars. I.II. \. '-.J :.-.: r Port Orange. hu old. Mr stand Thornton on the west will side do businessat of the
n ::
Eyes Examined } fee. HU Tort Unuig" Not 13-Mr. and Mr river' as well a* at his new pharmacy on

Farming; and Grove Lands. 11 i i :-. I HieNnjder are now occupying; their new the peninsula, !Mr Eubanks having sold!
and I'Ommcltliul.l.4 hotiv' en DunlaMotavtnue out to him.
Store
Clarke Jewelry n| I
II i }lu. Ketchell who has been spendingthe

16::NNNNNNMNN= .::..::..:: r Mr and Mr*. >. fn-d Cummings. ,1 summer with her son, Charles, at

A FINE PROPERTY FOR SALE -- --- -- the Tort Orange l(IIou-, arrived Wf'd-J Jne Pittsburg Pa, has returned.
!I lay (,f last week and are busy getting I'h tit++ttttitt++++++++++++ '' :
+ + I ready fur their guests their new quarters near the Ormond
A fine residence property on the peninsula opposite New Smyrn a i fieo. J. Yandevord : The Art tt (timidly): *Er-;tt'-er-awfully at"pd of me, general', but I )Ir. Goodwin and )Ir. .\N>ffizt'lk-r arrived -.'I' Hotel )Ir. :unborn has purchased a
cant find my palette. I- r-must", have mislaid ,it" i from frankfort Ind, Thursdav.! nt'w'ord automobile We don't exxrct -

Bonae't'o.- of fourteen or more rooms on beautiful knoll, facing on North In- : Builder and Contractor. : ------ )Ir. am' Mrs Carpenter arrived In ( : him to make a mile a minute but
+ + NOT QUITE. day night f rum their home in Cbarlew no doubt it u a fat one.
> wirer Magnificent view of surrounding country and ocean from : Estimates furnh.I..J. No + I
sin Ill'rl't'nti"M i'r" \ \, MichSundav Chas Emmons and family are at their
Per! Btory. Beautiful shade trees about the house. Abundance of good : t'wl.lo.Y..J. When J"U : must have beat tt'at'ht'f"s day : cottage on the river front it
"" + want a good house built at a + : I in Port Drang Miss Maude Milburn Mr vrvbie, ha daughter and two If
!alter. Substantial dock on river front. : reasonable cod it tt ill pay you hi : t was down from Holly Hill; MM Itou children have returned for the winter to f.
+ get my prise. Brickwork. 1.la.. + tl I dll..lle. teacher at :spruce Creek. WM in their beautiful home, Melrose 1I.. 1. t
s Best Clams Etc. : teringcement work aspecialty : also Miss Baker, froai the Clays These -vld days and frosty nights
of town -
I sh n Oysters I ; !
1 will hurry the tourists back to their old
: Office and Residence {(,r. Vol- : 1 took. school; Miss I>ee, of the Oearailer familiar haunts. Let them come. >\ e I

. ?'About three acres of land with house. Suitable for private residence : usia ace and Second St. : school and I.++++++++++++++ .++.++++++ -t hool teacher I .

wutarium or hotel purp03ea"at 1f 1i.1--f - rf .4. '.y Mr Milter a New York druggist, \lbIJt'd A 0-;Gathering I
his old fritntl.lIidL.?. or tangly
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/ If interested write for particular prices and term auufacturtr I December 4-6 the Mate Sunday School: ;

., I PURE I II Ifruit IVny Petwt iwUag bw. cousin. Convention is tu meet in Jacksonville

.h. J. L. PAttiU" J. II McLaunn, <,l that city, la in
i I -- -- charge of the local arrangements and I
The mammoth Pictorial: l Edition oft will furnish all detailed information.
! REAL ESTATEINSURANCE Juices I I l lLst !:'" <...azetteNeiill' to mt about Ie'mbtr :i I Indications are for a large representative !ti

11ToNA rnMPANY v 1. The work will be a mugmh : gathering of delegates from all! parts i.

f 1 t cent publication of ninety-six pages. the 'I; of the State. Pastors, superintendents! ,
I [I illustrated views!! all being of the finest teachers and :Sunday school workers
Served at I I ha1C-tont" engravings ever used CH the')j generally are invited to attend. Each

INCORrOBVTED) I | East; Coa.-t I:\'erv poant '.f interest in : school 1 may send five delegates. Among
_ ( I I and around Daytona will be represented, : the speaker will be International Secretary -

II : Clapp's Pharmacy II } together with core' of views of the Marion Lawrence, International
IE. FITZGERALD, President. BERT FISH Vice-President. I Angelinas "If 1 were to die tomorrow. dear, would< you b. 'v.ry mucK up..I?* I finest dwellings in Daytona and (n the Teacher Training Superintendent W. C.

I I Cor. Beach at. and Orange are t Edwin: "I should nearly go mad. peninsula. The work will be sold for 23 Pearce and the treat Sunday school .
CHARLES S. HARRIS Secretary and Treasurer. "
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,.. .... .. ..... ....tNNs. Angelina "Would you marry ,again? mad cents and orders are now being booked | specialist Dr, II M HamiU.last t '
SHANKS BUILDING. _-E -'!.t.Jo.[ I shouldn't' .....b.. quite" id- .at thatl _.

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......... J ..I.....6tItJt ) ; Bowser Makes her Bowser last visit who( bad that told she was the mother getting on I I There ttrrrt.are Car first R.and lee .second f HI*. das NiiII1MI

1r look more and more like a human hyena street cars. writes Albert Hale in tha

T Mrs. Bowser looked at him and Header and L with a package In my I

r: I'COWR1 GROCERY CO. I Sudden Flop rubbed her eyes and then looked again.It arms, bad taken a finf class band asa fflilter-Strohm Co.
seemed to be Mr. Bowser, but did street car Is called In Rio de Janeiro.

F till sudden and gigantic change orfrOntpresagelals Scarcely bad I done so when the conductor
I
speedy death requested me to transfer to a Successors

(Successor to E. T. Conrad & Co.) Smccetti B'yiag Prcceat second class! car whenever it might II' to

; Shows Great Desire to Please His "You might also get her a new hat come along because DO one 1 Is allowedto :

and a pair of shoes" be added after carry anything greater than a lap I PECK & FOSTER. y
Unexpected
Carry a Full and CompleteLine Mother-in-law telephoning for a carriage. satchel first class. So I humbly descended
:>
and had either to mix with
Visit. Mrs. Bowser ran upstairs and hada
ten minute before the carriage market women and sweaty 1 laborers 1 : or
of Plain and Fancy = cry to tike a tilbury. A tilbury, named s
arrived, and It took her fire minutes j
after the English maker who year* tiGroceries and Grain.frWW
NEARLY FAINTS more to rub the red away from her ,,
MRS. B. ago Introduced It Is a curious two ,
I and the powder puff. The
use .
eyes whaled, light sprtngcd: rah, like an
i reached fifteen inlnutw
GROCERIESCLOVER; depot was and Mr. Bowjor, at oncebegan old fashioned gig. and resembles a -!!+WWa H..w.. '
: Much."Mother" ahead of time, NMJyMrMMry1'PMMNMl41WNr
Her Very
!
His Kindness Weakens I worrying.; bannou without the attachment for k. .ffIrh ....,,"""' -.-
Plans the driver. H*> sits Inside the tilbury.
He
I Thinks Murder I "Wouldn't It lw awful If the train I :I
A without necktie In no more
-0- person ++ -;:;:::: ""
or Is Coin Crazy. : had run off the track awl smashed I'nof allowed first cleat! on the street ran z'.r +* **" W

HILL BUTTER. 'old mother up?" he remarked after I' than THIS I with my I>IIr"t'1. They are If in
I you are used of
about. a
walking #
In Brazil and Inherit
decidedly particular .
= (Copyright:\!*,by McClur Phillips e" ) Only two months before, when she the
fastidious from
rST as Mr. Bowser reached bis I had paid her last visit he had: said to many ways r Square Meal at a Reasonable .
time of the empire, when drew! and Prferj.Go
The:Conrad J gate the other evening: as! became I her: the mark the ti
I Grocery Company home to huller a telegraph manners were separating to the
sar-that I train
and "I dun holed your aristocracy from the working classes.:
out of bis house,
: [ E. T. Conrad A Go's old stand. boy came find Mrs. Bowser reading would meet with a smashup and that -Z ;' 0;
h t., .. a telegram just delivered. She gave
Providence
often wonder why spares Napoleon's father was a toper, a man t
.It1U i1tM t ( t ritJ( &**i a start of of Mr.surprise Bowser and but turned being caught red at some people as long as it dot*." utterly lacking In noral sensibility W Orange Avenue, Daytnna +
;
sight
In the next ten minutes he made five and his sisters were immodest and hysterical t
In the act. so to say, she had no other f Where ,
Inquiries regarding the train and was According to Dr. Cabanas, you are sure to jet tt
hand him the dispatch.
but to
recourse
relieved each time to hear
......... .........N..............................a "1 shill arrive on the 9 o'clock train. that Immensely it was still on the rails aud bowling himself Pauline was was particularly exceedingly so.sensitive Napoleon to i-

Mother.For the" he read.of ten seconds! Mrs. along. It finally arrived with every atmospheric changes was beadacbey GEO. H. MATTHEWS. %j i
j 1
space
car vn the track and the mother-in-law and bad auditory Illusions lie bad :

: i Curiosity is Not Always a Sin / Then Bowser"So Mr.the Bowser heart mother actually said U ,:"", win stood:. Is still she? coaches on the with front her platform satchel of and one umbrella.She of the. twitchlngs the lips.of! the lie arms was, the at times shouldersand : tie ....$4. ............4.4.... .. '. .. .. .. .... 1 't

caught sight of Mr. aDd Mrs. Bowler most Irritable of men often being un -
her. We
Well I shall be glad to see J
and went white In an Instant. She -
approachable. Ills mania for destruction *************************'***TZ***UA A s
expected to hear that the house had was such that be whittled piecesof UUt.uUUtttt
i It will to investigate i
pay you burned down at least and she couldu't furniture broke articles presentedto : COI'11 ORT. COf-lDI LITY.
CUISINE _
: say a word when she was gently lifted him pinched babies while pretendIng - -

j the prices and quality of our : down, and a voice slake In her ear: to caress them and took keen

"Mother, dear we are glad to lee light In shooting Josephine's dl"-l aa THE GABLES it Iii 1 1t

= you. and I hope\ you have come to stay birds. The slightest opposition
GROCERIES ..t'.t' "
i a whole year. him Into a paroxysm of rage. But In ,

.to.I..e-. 10 7 Re- f'ptlo.. a campaign all weaknesses vanished. I NOW OPEN. Ii ;

i We can save you considerable riage She before bad bwn she hurtled recovered' into from the car the Ills thirty pulse and ranged thirty-five!!ordinarily beats a between minute .= S. H. MOSELEY, Proprietor. i Ij :

A shock. Then be came to her normal and never went above flfty-flve. The I

i feelings and said: usual pulse rate Is about seventytwoa E Situated on Volusia avenue Rates on application f. 1
jsr. J) J) vb J) J) $) 3) '$) I I
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"Samuel Bowser, If this Is a trick on mlnnte. near the Halifax I River. Table
I Board
a !
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: Specialty.STANLEY .
1 that had better --- --
me, I warn you you : I
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look out for yourself. The 1'' of h* rjtm.tr.

i S. W. CARROLL s:. Mrs.' Bowser gave her the wink that II I That the eagle has a most wonderful HOUSE; run in connection as a morning house. :;
:Mr Bowser bad been made all over In power flf vision Is shown from the fact .

jI 1 I the last three hour,. while he ropi:>I: that it flies! in almost a straight line for at$ ,I
1 1
"There is no trick about It. mother. "'I any objwt which It desires to uec ure.

: The North Beach st. Grocer. I didn't want you to make three or Baby, ..:tit!<"< also ]MW fees this farsight- I!

I I four transfers and arrive! at the houseon t i ediifss. !< >ng before human eyes can H4H4NS11f -

!, Telephone Xo. 19. : the street can." I discern them their !gaze: 1 is fixed on digs <<

"But I always b3\"(." I lance and their cries of welcome to

...S...........................:..................1.1 "Yes, but what has passed has their parents! are shrill and continuous.The : I

I passed." structure of their eyes makes them

"I can't wy as I approve of your peculiarly strong. The brightest glareof = .: j

.i..i......................................... "THE WOMIX BENT OVER HIV. TUTH AM- :: spending $3 or $-& on a carriage to give sunlight dues not affect them. Eagles \ CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER I
; rocs J.o
MALLORYLINES will hurry dinner out of the way. and I globes stockings and handkerchief.*" some otter 1 birds, but their flight is

j' I'll go to the depot to meet her." "Nothing Is too good for you mother very l lung and steady. A peculiarity t DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA: :;.
"
& | "You- ,-ou"- she stammered as she I dear, and Sarah can have all the shops I about eagles I is that they are'constant i.11 j 1

ping she wants." t their mates, not changing season .
I stood and louked at him.I money > every Estimates
Furnished Short 1
: what dear?" Mrs. Bowser winked again and winked I Ii an most birds do. Sometimes the J on Notice. : ,;

"You cant mean that you'll go and s i more vigorously and shook her bead I saner pair of eagles will return to the .: -- 1 1';. i.
J SPECIAL PASSENGER.EXPRESSt -
meet mother" at the same time, and the old lady settled same ue .
: STEAMSHIPS. : "That's Just what 1 mean. Certainly I back lu her seat and wondered If to become acquainted with the locality *to.All work done in a :strictly I first-class I manner.
1 I'll go. I think she" just one of thenicest the house of Bowser had been struck and if they are not disturbed are regu- I .' i t
: Largest and mot thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the old ladies In the world and I'm I by lightning and what was pushing i lar tenants. : .
coast. glad she'. coming down. I'll I jet a carriage I the electric street cars along so rapid 11 .sa.. .. ..,sa........................... ...... ,&1... -

: XO OVERCROWDING. 1111.1011 can j: to the de(>vt IIY."D the bouse was reached she I CualU '1.keIII.. ('bol_.
.Im rtant STATEROOMS POSITIVELY GUARANTEED with me." right upstairs to take her. At a recent Inquest iu a Pennsylvania

po on these snips, as no tickets of will be sold to exceed
: the number of berths the seating capacity Halls, thus iniuriiurcUl 'I I
or
Dining Bowser was weak lu tin knees sat with her mouth open and her eyes swearing In, arose and with much ,
powngers individual service and attention..i as she followed him down to the dinner I bulging out and heard the news, and I II dignity protested against service, alleging -
PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY THURSDAY. Bond Lumber
: : when she had taken It all In die exclaimed that he the general Company
table. For the last twenty Mr. was man
(See Schedule of shine in Florida Times-Union.( ) yearn I i
x LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH Bowser had liven djwu MI hN mother- : ager of an Important concern and was : .
-. Including delightful) DAYLIGHT SAIL through the : In-I lw. Time aud time again he bad I ISarah, it bain't natural: If Samuel wasting valuable time by sitting as a MAMFACTUBERS OF jtI

FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS." expressed the w lab that she was dead | Bowser keep this thing up for four or Juror at an Inquest. The coroner, turning > KOL'Ull AND DRESSED

3 Through ticket. sold to all Northern points. For Information blown up by dynamite or carried away I 1 five days he's a dead man!" to his clerk, said: "Mr. Morgan: I I PINE LUMBEO ... ...

s : 1.regarding attractions offered by no other line; diagrams, reservation, : ID the debris of a cyclone. He had alI ) ; "But why?" kindly' hand me 'Jertls' (the authority AND CYPRESS .. -r.

ticket, etc.. apply to ways refused to meet her on her coming I Feared Bowseroald Die. on Juries! Then after consulting the i 'J.

: .- CHAS. DAVIS, 2U West }nay Street, : I l and generally managed not to nay | "Because It's agin; his nature. Ills book, the\ coroner observed to the unwilling Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Limiti 1,

: Florida Passenger Agent, Jacksonville Florida. -: g'+udby to nor when she departed.What 1 nature is to kkk and bluff and blow : Juror: : J .,
; Geo. H. Clark Local Agent, Daytona, Fla. : sort of a change had come over and find fault about the gas I bills, and "Upon reference to>> 'JervK: I find sir and Cement__ in Stock. Offlc lad sad Ynlll Orwp: rest tuna cslsRa11eq s

.................................................. I him* What had tinmght It about After :' when htf becomes a rabbit all at once that no persons are exempt from service : tt
;Mii.in-noolMliiAtiantcCoastLl&eRy..lOOinlIti south 01 Jld lOtIytn.. i
puzzling over the change for a few ; you look out for awful results. I knew as Jurors except Idiots imbecilesand
Kalaraaioo Sanford Brunch oftbe F E.C.
: Ry.
minutes Mrs. Bowser asked! : | a man Just like him once, and when he lunatics. Now, under which beadIng 1 ,

'-.. .... "Have' you bad: any word from mother :: suddenly became good aud humble and do you claim exemption-Success! I Phone 83 R. J. MALBY, Mantrer. I i

t '" his kicking he went Magazine. ...
since she here last j loving; Bull stopped ..
was" the barn and hanged himself. i ..e....................... ........e..................
word. I out to
"Not a i .j
DAYTONA I Walnut !. F......
"Hut when slit paid her last visit yon I Have you "seen any signs that Samuelis '
f s
Ill 8)mc parts: of France walnuts
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and
-you"- struck ou another woman maybe
TRANSFER "We had a little difference of opinion j going to elope with her?" form a regular article of diet. The I

f you mean. Yes, I Iouo"lotllt'f and I "Mercy, no!" peasants: eat them with bread that bat McClellan (8 1 EdwardS.-

have had quite a cumber of difference, j "Has he bveu talking; iu his sleep oftentimes been rubbed with garlic.
) LlV13RY't I latt'IIIIJ If hit conscience troubled The hygienic effects are considered .
and but what of it' A. I said she's oue of | '
him?" good; replacing meat to a large extent.riifse Msnnfacturera cf
the best hearted women lu the world. I'
nuts are also used to make oil
C. E. JOHNSTON Proprietor The trouble has seen that we did Hot "I am sure he hasn't""He
understand each other." i i may hate a murder oa his mind It Is much cheaper and similar In tasteto Window: and 'Door Frames,
that pressed from olives and Is employed 1
".\ud you aren't mad about her coinIn or be may be ;going insane. I'm going I.

y I J_haVe the Best Livery in the City withnLite drivers familiar with t ??" I downstairs him now to bee if I can rouse to In adulterate certain the prisons latter.are Tli engaged tprisoners Window and Door screena:]

hUn the contrary I am glad. up.
all roads. Is k for the Silver in cracking walnuts and .picking
; Tipped Rigs. I ".\11(1 there won't be any-any row'?" I When she descended Mr. Bowser satIn

1-roaiUe.l .. 1(1. ll... the rocking (chair with the cat on out Oil. the kernels, which are I'refst'tllnto t'uluI: ial l.uI"I"L". rVH II c "hiI..I,.. 1110" sire.. st}100, Break'

i 'Phone 97 Opposite Public School I "I I>bll.lIlut my arms around her and I his knee aud a smile on his face. lie etc, ltothi..tt't", 1111\1.1 Rail. Newel fur tair.'r I'orrk Work, A
kiss her" j looked up. with the light: of lute iu his:
I Hoar of Sleep. Minion FUlililuftO kind ssedeto order (lain, Settees f:
I Mrs. Dowser ate tio dinner. Her I, eye, but the luother-lu-Iaw greetedhim The belief that the hours of sleep l any i

heart was too full. The judgment day with: I should artificially restricted is contrary )Stands, 1'nJ'J.u, .:tl"., Turning/ and S-roM !Saw iit.We '
t ----- ---- --- :, hadn't exactly come, but something almost "Look here Samuel, if you hate to ordinary good scute. If the

Necessary as the Keystoneto us wonderful. She left Mr. Bow turned to drink you will have me to !I human ll.rd.d..t'II. not need sleep for -

ser to finish his dinner and ran away kettle with." I jibe upbuilding of Its tissues It will not are inak'ng;;; a strictly high-grade. ..

the arch is good plumbing to sanitation to have a fire minute cry aud then get "But I haven j t call for it. A rule of health which can- ,
.. ready for a trip to the depot. When became "I o you feel any peculiar feeling In 4 (
ty r. rfl r and perfect heajUh in the home bt'aIl1"h I nit I* wrong" Is! to sleep If possible a* Moulding I for interior
be said your use.
t up : long; us any Inclination fur it exists
Run risks !
no by getting inferior appar- O, dear. !
"Mother Is very fund of lamb chops j The erroneous view on this subject IiI
atus and bungling, indifferent or careless for breakfast, and she prefers chocolate "\\" you sit right here till I have undoubtedly due to the fact that when I

work because it's a bit ( to coffee. I have given\ the cook bad have something to to to eat and" then I shall I the lulud and body are thoroughly rested Our work is all made from the Best Selected.'St0] ,
orders to have both"lie more say you. I i
it Is often difficult to arouse the
We charge fairly for 'Lea1't'r'l was calling her "mother" now, She puzzled over the matter and I mind from its comfortable lethargy. with the abject of giving satisfaction Ask for wbt

work because we're not and yet Mrs Bowser could recall that asked Mrs. Bowser& many questions: as On the other hand, the man who Is
in I he hud generally referred to the lady she ate, aDd when they went upstairs under mental you may want
anything but the best. Better? our j a strain and sleeps onlyfive
In question as "old cat," "that gain Mr. Bowser was asleep iu his I
i-erson MX hours
j or at night I is keen and
i, .r bill than a larger one from doctor and or "teeth and claws. chair. The women bent over him with alert .
soon after awakening. But It I II Hj
r druggist. ".\lId cbs great on apE.e: dumplings, anxious: looks,; and at Le murmured, I unhealthy activity. His nerves areat Estimates Cheerfully Furnished; i ;
e. r: \ and "...n have thew for dinner tomorrow "She's! a fair /good mother! the uioth- j
( a high teuton. He i is
I on edge, so to
J. D. Carmichael night lie continued. "The theaters er-in-law whispered to her daughter: j t'lk. Such a strain long continued
:
I are open now. and we'll take her I "Sarah, I'm shaking in my 1ooH.He'll .
results Inevitably In a nervous breakdown.Cleveland Look for the sign on North Kidgewood Ajenue. ,
to a guild play and try in every way to wither t>e dead and with the angels
Plume No. 64, DAYTONA: FLA Ii I Leader.Llghl.i.g. i
by morning or hell in the
nuke tier stay pleasant get up
I __ __ Was: this Mr._ Bowser- __ _Mr.n_ Samuel_ middle of the night and chop us intomincemeat Phone 1 123. I )A YTONA, FLA. ; )
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with the ax:
M. lJl'.\1t. "On the water." said a grizzled, old

barman who stood smoking LU corncob .', <. Jo"I

Hayplaei. and surveying the bay the otherday. i Y .!)! I
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Things: are so arranged in this world "when you see a thunder storm
LUMBER.YELLOW .
: that happiness as a profession must rising you want to keep an eye on the I
ever be a failure. It cannot be found lightning. It you see it In the distance; DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS S, 1
striking down
farther and farther to
by seeking It. It U I a reflex action. It r
the right from where you first saw It
i Is Incidental a product which come farther and farther to the left, this Indicates or ;;; E. DlLlI="'OHAM. Proprietor I
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I Framing from
PINE Flooring, Siding, doing noble thing*. It i 1.4: impossible that the
storm Is
t' for a person to be really happy working to FIRST STREET, NEAR FREIGHT DEPOT
1 Ceiling and 6y the right or o the left and It may w 4
Finishing.AND making pleasure -
a
profession.-Sun G,
K"\l
EXLAlUiEIi
cess :Magazine. pass around you. Rut If you see it all AND NEWLY EQUIPPED FOR PLAM.NG.: J, ,
the time KWI O. TTUXEDVOUK \\IMOW AND l"00FIl.MFX "
coming down In the tauie OF ALL KINOS.

Brick, Lime, Cement, same of Them Do. place and at the same time getting: 'z' SASH, OORS.> STORK: FRONTS ('()r TERS. CAB1 }

The matter had been giving a class brighter; and brighter why. that Icdlcatet I IXKT WORK IiitACKETS'IILONi.IL ('OLFMNSaithPlam ,

'-' Gypsum Wall Plaster F d of youngsters some Ideas of adages I that Irs coming straight toward ..r Tarrwl (apilota. We Male the bEST MOI'LDIXG ;

and how to make them. you, and this! is the time, son, when .
Presently fc. .
Alwavs I'.rinlit and Smooth. Hither Vine -fyi-reM.
said: you want to make for borne or get in ; : j
xtr C P Finishing Bevel Siding No Advance in frees *"" -
Price
Y "Birds of a feather-do whatr yctir nail and make everything snug till although material ha gone f ; !

IVLvOO ,[i Shingles Lath "Lay eggs" piped a small boy befog the storm passes over."-Exchange. :!( SO per c.nt. W. Scr..n your h.a. and gnaraat* tk. '* 1 1li'ooo..o
Mouldings **'
anybody 1>ie had a chance to speak. -- !l. !) } )!:!. !;(WXi >S j>i i) f J


aL THE BEST.NORHAN. His !torr.,.. I Irishman The Ilaoiam once defined Head.An the. human

Maud bend as "a bulbous t
(newly marrIed excrescence of e.
ape.
melancholy, George. >Are-You you lookery 1 cJal use to many as a peg for hanging ... .0. . .. ..;, r

f yon married ? sorry 1 Ia hat on. as a barber's block for
S. DAYTON me Georg_ ., dear of supporting -
1 course not. I was only thinking of all wigs, as a target for shooting Daytona- Company ti
,
the nice 'at when rendered
gin i can't malT)'. laud- 1 conspicuous by u
Oh, George, how horrid shining helmet, as a snuffbox or a chat-
of
I MAo. I .
OLlAAve&D4P.E.c. you
: :J PHONE. | DAYTONA FLA. thought you cared for nobody but me? halter terbox, as a machine for fitting Into a 'i: PURE ICE l,
Oeorge-Xeither or guillotine,
:-.c. do L I wasn't thln : as a receptacle for
log of myself, but of the dIUpPQ1nt. freaks, fancies, follies, passions, preju I' Made from Distilled Water. A

fj meat tor them. I dices predilections-for anything la 'I 4 Factory corner Railroad and Volusia avenue. A '

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.A- EVENTS. |For every "dollar" spent you gel 9When you want bargains in I: MiYimY {We are offering a model modem reddeuce .
; -LOCAL chance. See ,fff {f ([ f f [ [.f f {, \[ f f fffl {{ [f [ [
'... a Anthony.E. real estate or to rent a house see in central location on Ridgewood
;" Rush at the Hub Cafe, 107 North "' at $8,500.
.r&
W. Bond of Lake Helen
was
Beach : Daytona Real Estate and Insurance 4
street. tf
'j?' D Dtt you want to buy that watch in Daytona Wednesday.E. Company; C. S.HaJT1ll. Secretary.
?t* about five weeks Joseph Brown left last week for : I
';tIcJUr; jft only unt1iJ F. Knappe left Tuesday fora I\\1f OPENING
:
Callahan
freed Ha.
it
.:,;: ,J jmw. aside.Have You engraved know our few days btay in DeLand. TETLEY'S TEAS _

.
: pat right. Captain H. F. Douglass ;For every "dollar"spent you get' : Are for sale by Miller-Strohm Co..
., AM was a
,t. P1ea L H. ROWE & Co. visitor to New Smyrna a couple of a chance. See Anthony. : Conrad Grocery Co., S. W. Carroll -
..
days this week.William Miss Mollie McCorkle has accepted Daytona; E. C. Totman, Or- ;
if c. 'D. Smiley and family spent mond; J. E. Williams, Seabreeze.
;' with friends at New Allen and a position at Roxby'g: Studio. 25-4t
,sat Sunday daughter; Mrs.
''" 8wyfnL Emma Edick came in from the north Try Birch wood's: butter. I ANNOUNCEMENT !

-: Monday and are at home on ,"olusia.I. Notice of Annual Mect1a fi
R. Paine of
Captain Harvey Miss Grace Howard of LVLand. .
, avenue. I Notice is' hereby given that the annual
- } oBtilte, was a Sunday Jack-I is the guest of Miss Lillian: Timtnp- meeting of the stockholders of the {

: .Dijtona.f |New line of fancy china just!! son 4':'<:- feed, Knox & Deed (()., will be held at
: I received at Banes' Novelty Store.T. "Houndgrove," Yoluaia County,Florida, ;
r' Jfunnally'b CaudieB. i.f A cement walk has Urn omLructed 'yy on Monday, the 3rd day of December, ;
llA>kiss, the Druggist; L Taylor returned last Monday & in front of E. J. Mills loo! ::E yCV 906, at 9 o'clock, a. m. f2t

from Hemlereonville! N. ('., Cream Parlor and tin- (;iul>lo 0" ,I: rr L. B. KNOX, President.
1 Mr.J. E. Hawliiigs ret u rued JasSi&urda1 \ ; '
where be lias been. spending i the 'oltibia avenue. ;:'-
;; evening from a trip to
summer. } T MISS KATHERINE A. CRAWFORDTeacher
:'Baltimore. +For Sale-Twu-heated 1 trap} used i:

J. F. Stewart) and family, of Evanston ; fifteen months; cost :$; Kid{ will bell ::: of Voice and Piano.
"It"t' 25c; duz.
Pansy plants- per ; III., arrived Tuesday and for ;j. Apply P. O. Box X, Day : WE TAKE PLEASURE IN ei
_.l '150 per 100. F. A. White, 37 are occupying their home on Fair- tona. .i Studio over Clark's Studio.
.
Palm etto.
North
view avenue. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Davis, of Address or phone Seaside Inn, Daytona -

Visit the manicure and massage (Pictures framed to order; new Grand Rapids, Mich., have arrived i # ANNOUNCING THAT OUR Beach, Fla.

s parlors of Mrs., Katherine H. Millar lines of moulding just coming in at for the season and are at home on .
l block.
lathe
M; AtwOOtI at Barnes Store.A. South
Ridgewood
Novelty avenue.
for LeigLtoa's Souvenir NEW STORE WILL OPEN jJ ELITE DRESSMAKING PARLORSThe t
'. Agent 0 Botts, of DeLand County Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Robertson arrived :r
'; postal: card at Barnes Novelty Store. Superintendent of Schools, was from Asheville, N. C., Wednesday Misses Sparks and Turner r

I* .-. Miss Mabel Bingham of the Rail- looking after school matters in and evening and are domiciled : have opened a Dressmaking Parlorin

!-$ V way Hospital, at. St. Augustine, is around Daytona Tuesday. at their winter home on Ridgewood. I : TODAY at 3:00: O'CLOCK. the new Conrad block.

.=: borne low, short vacation. +Call and look over our stock of 0rder your Thanksgiving turkey : YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED

injured books. We have somethingyou at Birchxvood's. I
F.J. Caldwell was painfully may ; :
kicked want. Gr.o. H. CLARK. THE NEW STORE WILL #
: Monday by being by a
F. B. Stout, of Trenton, N. J., has : THE DAYTONA KINDERGARTENAND
: bone which he was clipping. W. H. Jones arrived Tuesday accepted a position with the Globe. .
y,,
: lire.{ Bradford arrived Friday ofF from New York City and will win- Mr Stout has spent several seasons : A CONTAIN NOTHING BUT oJ PRIMARY SCHOOL. e

J. last week and is the guest of her ter at Daytona Beach as has been here and is well known to many ot :

";\ daughter Mrs J. A. Shanks. his custom for some years. our citizens. I: Located on Bay Street.

:For every "dollar"*pent you get :For Rent. Furnished homeon Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Miller, of II:
a chance. See Anthony.Mr. Ridgewood avenue is one of the Rochester 111 arrived Friday and' : JEWELRYCUT BELLE ABBOTT HAYNES, Prln.

most complete houses in the city again occupying their winter home : 5 e
i and Mrs. J. .F. Trout arrived with every convenience. ou the corner of Cedar street and ci s, DR. W. A. GOVE

t r from Grand Rapid, Mich., Monday GE H. Lt nwto. 'almetto avenue. : ,
I : evening to spend the winter here as
usual.L Mrs. II. F. Riker, into spent last tl'ock.'f. Foster have begun moving : GLASS Dentist.
" winter in ()a\.lol3. arrived lastWednrsday their I>block but are still offering ,:
l 0. Gesner; (>f Port Orange, for.another season here. bargains at the old btau.). ; Ofnv<; cor. Ridgewood and Volusia., f"

who has been spending the summer Mrs. Kiker is from Mich.
l J' Hay City : PHONE
. at Janeeville, Wia., returned to Port Mrs. W. R. Smith, child and sister -: nta r9.

1 Orange hut week. S. V. Hough, of DeLand, and I E. Miss Maude Decker, returned to'': and

t V. Hough, of Orange City, drove Kingston. last Saturday from Bar- i:, w DRS.ATWOOD&RAWLINGSPhysicians
|M. Ella DeVoy & Co. can furnish over Sunday afternoon and left for tow, where they have been visiiing I I.

f you with every thing you desire in Jacksonville on the early morning: relatives and friends. ,: and Surgeons.Dr. .

millinery. 24-41 train Monday. I I'r 'g Atwood office No. 2 S. Ridgewood.
' fDr.
l' Miss Russell has arrived and i is' : SILVERWAREOUR

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Price arrived Drink Tetley's Teas, if you : preparing to open her millinery store !: RAW ling*office oTt>GuVe., drug store e rz

1 last Saturday from Columbus, Ohio, want the best. 25-41 in the Itoxby building. :She i is now't i
and are occupying their winter homeon sole owner of the business, having | :
C. C.
Orange avenue. W. L. Diggett: the efficient book- purchased Miss Stout's interest in'' ALL BOHANNON >
STOCK IS NEW
and
keeper of the Merchant's( Hank is at the same. ,:
Physician and j
W. W. Carter is having nltera- Como, Putnam County. He owns a Surgeon.

tioas and repairs made in his peninsula large orange grove at Como and is (Fresh ream whipping. at Offil'e over tie Atwood Pharmacy,Beach ,
WE CORDIALLY INVITE THE
cottage, C. D. Smiley beingin at present shipping his crop. Mills' Ice Cream Parlor. : street, DAVTOM, FLORIDA. J .
charge of the work '
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Call arrived :
IBiirnes sells Flexible Carlion Telephone No. 74. :
'Bigger and Letter leaves at the roof paint, stops leaks :and make\ last \\eek from St. Louis and are !;: PUBLIC TO CALL AND SEETHE -----
Day Bakery. tf old roofs new, at the Novelty Store. occupying their home on South': "j
E. L. STEWART M. D. .
Ridgewood. Mr. Call says the I
Mr.,and Mrs. E. D. Langworthy W. W. Zachry. State manager for weather had not been unpleasant at ': : LINE. *t x t* x* x Physician and Surgeon j
returned Saturday of last week from the Standard Oil Company, was in St Louis, but he was glad to get I..I f jI I

Narragansett Pier, R. I., where they Daytona Wednesday. The company back to Florida sunshine, never-the- .. Special attention to Diseases of lb.EYE 'j
have spent the summer. contemplates making some improvements ess. EAR THROAT and NOSE. 1

in its property here. Office and residence: \o. 101 Magnolia j
Thelma Johnston, Mrs. Marie old will find i i
My patrons me t j corner Palmetto avende.
Johnston's little daughter, went to *Dr. F. II. Houghton has returned. ready to do all kinds of dress making I; H. Clark Telephone 8%. I'j! ".l

Stuart last. Saturday, to visit withan Suite 4, Opera house block, lele- in the south side of La Sha's > George ---- --' .'

uncle at that plac phone ,52.: tlMr store North ({each fatreel. Call and j T. E. FITZGERALD 1E

Nunnallys Candies.HAKINS and Mrs. L Gardiner, of St. g give me a trial. :Satisfaction; guar-
the Drnggibt.Adrian Augustine, were Daytona visitors antml. :':r-'t:? L I II. MEM-LI,. i ATTORNEY AT LAW .r I

Saturday. Mr. Gardiner is business --- I DAYTONA'FLORIDA I
Miss TWO STORES.
and
Vales daughter, manager of the St. Augustine Record Tuesday inoin.ng wiliatl tile fir.-t i I
Louise, came in .Saturday from i iIigl.t Associated with .t'
and the Florida East Coast nt of the winter. The trust was a'
e Grand Rapids Mich., and joined HomeseeLer.tltemember. I one and no damage was dune to i j LANDIS & FISH .1.1DeLaDG
Mrs. Yates, at Seabreeze.R. the tendercst vi-getation. The weather I | 124 South Beach Street 126 South Beach Street Florida '
the Daytona Bakerycan I Special facilities for land '
remains bright and Imu'ilig-i.Jt'al Flo- examining title
N. Hardin has purchased 'fivelots in the; Office in Shanks Mock.) l'Qonel24. s
all wants
of E. N. Waldron, at Holly Hill; I bakery supply line. your tf rids winter weather. I jVe i Stationery, Books Jewelry, Cut Glass i.

after shipping his oranges, he will *\ are offering a fine property on I 811a.1 B. Wrlgbt H. B.WrSibt,Jr J

erect a residence on these lots for I Thomas Costello: head porter at I'almttto avenue at a bargain price-:i and Fancy China and Silverware WRIGHT & WRIGHT.AttorneysatLaw. a
his family. I It the Palmetto IIou, and} his wife, nine-room furni..hfd liouse, with all J

who i is housekeeper at the same modern couvciiicncr; lot 55 feet front .
i
fXcw t line of fancy stationery, pa- place, arrived from their _summer_ and_ about 200) feet dl,(p. Write or see 1r1,1AlJ1. .!. mmrnUIm1, 1Ati4 ,w5'mM1mm'MJ'YtiwMw4'1wmM' rnMm4J
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peleries, tablets, etc., latest styles atBarnet' home in Massachusetts Monday. Daytona Heal state u: and Insurance I -- Office in Telegraph office, DeLAsD t

Novelty Store. Mr. Costello has been with Mr. Company, t' S. Harris, Srretary. j I Library entertainment. ....-.....................................-....
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Keeler ar- Chamberlain of the Palmetto, for A gasoline range at the home of Walter S. H. GOVE t

rived Monday from Dixon 111., and over twenty years. Ed wards, Wednesday! morning nasdiscovered > Uem -n.lH-r Monday, XtH1th, the .
Library Uenefit at the new Library I Hotel \KCHITIXT, 1U1LDER AND CoSTRiCTOB
Mr. Keeler will resume his duties as G. Nowlin and to be in flames teat hing tothe DesplandDaytona p
Mrs. A.
Mr. and Building, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m.
city editor on the Halifax Journal son, Otie, left here on Saturday for I ct-iling, caused 1 by an unknown! leak, There \\illioc inusiirefre: >hinents and Residence and office, northeast corner of
for the winter season. Mrs. Edwards: quickly extinguished RiJgewood and Voluitia .
little Rock, Ark., where they expect but variousthrr: altraetio *. Aduiiafionrre. avennef.Phone it
their future home. the llanics by a recently purhase l Underwriters' i Florida i ii
Mrs. L. 0. Rawson returned to to make 89. Daytona Florida 4
in for Fire Estingui.her.A ----
of last week have resided Daytona
Daytona the latter part They
after an extended tour of the conti- the past eighteen months, coming fin: rcidt.uill.in! a block (.f Looks Encouraging. i i iI D. D. AND C. M. ROGERS 4

tinent and visits to various places I here from Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. the river, at a bargain price. Nice lot. The latest report from the Daytona "THE FAVORITE"OPEN

through the northern states.A I Nowlin are parents of Mrs. Wesley Good location. Xine-r
Johnson of South Beach street. modern conveniences. and is to the rtfVct that all (>f the block( I I Ii b
$ six-inch hot air Eric >n engine Heal Estate: and Insurance for the SEASON "1<,6-07 UNDER MANAOEMENT OF Office ) DAYTONA and
Duptona has been bold, and r
of the
Two
complete, in fair condition, for For Rent-Season 190G-7.!) ( iiicorrmrution( ) MIAMI FLA.
sale cheap. V. C. Grant Daytona fully furnished cottages, 7 rooms and Company; C S. Harris, Secretary. that \votk will be resumed; on the construction L. \\. Waite' Owner and Proprietor. 1
Beach. tf bath. ; electric lights; toilet on second -- -- -- of the road within a hurt i i Daytona Office Established 1875.

floor; stove or furnace heat; tele- Circuit Court Adjourns.A time.-IVI.and. Supplement.HOLLY. ..................................................... ------- -
Dr. F. H. Houghton visited Fort phone. Address! any agent or W. from Uel.and I Fred E. Rankin, ,
telephone message I -
Tuesday.Pierce Saturday The doctor, returning went down here to I B. Chinden, Daytona. states that Circuit Court adjoun>cd yesterday : HILL.Holly II In another column sill be found an i I City Hotel Arrivals. Expert Accountant, Books Opened -

at nf>on. Judge Jones receiveda ad. of the Hold DcspLind, which the 1 Closed
Notice. or Adjusted.
have a look at his boat "DentlS"and / Removal Nov. U-The Union : The following. parties! registered
telegram stating that one of his sons, Hill azette-News inadverdantly stated lost
visit with the dentist whomhe We have moved and our gents'immense fur- I who resides at Quay, was very ill, hence Church Building Association: took advantage week would open the lath of December at the City ILlel for the week end- Boa 572:?, Jacksonville, Florida.IMcnrnw t
has in charge of it. / stock of shoes
WitIdnson's
of 0.11 -
of the
nishings to our new quarters in the adjournment. ; completion when in fact. this popular hotel again ing November 11: : S. It, Hnbbard, Jr. Citizens -
The "Roamer," of New York Conrad Block and inyite new store building and gave an under the management of the proprietor -I L. I'. Cox H. T. LifkliderV., J. Hank of Jacksonville,l'eople'alank
the
t ia in port in charge of Mr. Roome's and look oyster supper in combination w ith his: L. M. \Vaite, is now open and receiving Wiltham, E A Martin. W. II.Arn".kl, II. and Tru" t Co. and others.
call over i I
the public to *\\ have two just completed houses .
son. The Ro mer is one of the e opening event, Wednesday e\ ning. guests among the early arrivals L. Hobidere, E. E. (;Jrime, C. ChrUtiun: ---- -- --- -

handsomest craft to put in at. Daytona our winter and spring M. B AILTMAS.NOTICE. styles. for sale, one in west part,. the other and in Besides oysters: in various styles, there being Dr. D. \V. Higgs, Fittsburg" ; Mrs. I 1 (')., C. T. Trewtll, \V J. Hubey, F. E. l Daytona Pressing and
of town, at J1SQO
She will go on to Miami aftera north portion was coffee, cake and other refreshments James H. Cook, Brooklyn! ; Mrs M. IVinltrbotlorn '. l.ind-.ey, Julian (ioldhurg, C. C.Curtis,
few day's stop here. $2000 respectively. One of five rooms offered.! Alderman Edwin Peterson was \ New York; Mr. and Mrs.A. i \V. W. Jachry, Jacksonville; William M I.I I. Cleaning Establishment.
Mrs. Mary J. Holmes will open and bath, the other six rooms and hath the successful winner of the raffled cake, II. Kling, Marion, Ohio I Garland; Los Angeles, Cal.; Mrs M. J J. Ladies. and Gents clothes cleaned pressed
JJFurnislwd Rooms-single and Write or call for particulars. donated by Mrs. Hardin. About fifty I and dyed also dretwmaV.'og.
her tailoring and dress making establishment Carland, Mr. and Mrs.! F. J. Nlver. E.: BLangworthy .
4 for light housekeeping, The Rivert about December tenth Daytona Real Estate and Insurance people were present: and some seventeen --- ------ city; F. W. Austin Valdosta BENJAMIN: DC LYONS a

t aide, 413 North Beach street. and will also conduct. the Woman'sExchange Company, C. S. Harris, Secretary.The dollars were raised for the building The tables Open. I' Ga.; O. H. Slaughter, New Orleans 407 peach St., Daytona Fla x

of Leon of Daytona. in place of fund. The iiopular Gables i i.< now entering ; J. It.: Anthony, I'alm liearh; W.
It Jules Despland, brother Miss Julia Carney. A recption will biggest value you ever got for -- on its second reason under the ownership ; r. Gillie, city; W. E. Gruber: ,We t I'alm -

if Despland arrived Sunday from Mr. be held. Notice of location given your money-The Gazette-News' Tic "For Sale" and "For Kent' cards for and management of Mr. and Mrs.S. Beach; J. Bow mar, South Carolina; Mriieynoidj I
f, Canton De Vand, Switzerland. later. torial Edition for 25 cents. sale! at the Gazette-News otficr. H. Most-ley, who for !several years : and
r Despland was here four years ago --_ _n ___ __ __ _- successfully conducted the Stanley Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Price. John V. PriceColumbus .
and says he sees much improve-- House, which u nrw run a< a rooming O.; It. F. foster, Sliiloh; i in the since that time.
went city
J .. house in connection wilh The Gables.;
? S. Tucker: Fort Pierce; George; E. Miller VLKH
t Miss babel Donally of Palm The following are among the recent arrivals Boston; Edgar: Courier, Virginia: ON EARTH \\
Beach, is visiting her sister Mrs. J. f : Mix* HanH! Cht't>lcrtlv.n. Md.V. .; Ed A. Truth' J. F. Drake (i. .. Fen MEN AND WOMEN 25c

H. Heaton. Miss Donally stopped i \ S. M.K.re. Hawthorne; Thos.: B. trees New York! ; H. Citrenbuuni., Baltimore -

I here on her return from Jackson- of the best constructed buildings in Daytona, IOl.atedI :Stout, Trenton X. J.: J. G. :steinhouse ; Hal Costou, TampuV.; A. LILY WATER 3
6 vine last week and will await. the lie I have to offerone and wife. Jenson; A. J. Ltgg, Savannah,' truigftrllow.. fJcLand; <1< t. It n..)''', W. Tb Bat*.ter f.r T.M V.. II

t arrival of an aunt from the north. 8 of city on Beach Street; Lot 48x150, with 20 foot alley in rear. Ga.;; W. Junes, Louisville, Ky.; Harry Crane[ Gray. Orlando; II. J. Pound ELECTRIC LIGHT/
in center P. Crook and w ife, Baltimore, Md.; G. Nashville; R. A. Philps: W. II. G. tt'l

1-Sr For Sale-Rome, Tesso, Admiral I This property is paying 9 per cent. net. Terms to suit purchaser. See me \V. McLaughlin Buffalo, X. Y.: J..Ln A. Philadelphia; J. S. Tyson, Jr., II. A. PLANT 0 fi

Schley Pecan trees, $1.50 Coburn and sift, Mrs. M. M. Farrar, Groot, W. W. Starr, Jr.. :Savannah; ; W.

I apiece, Nelson-"the largest nut in at W Itbam. Mass.f ; Mrs. J. Arthur Cvburn E. Graves: W. P. Ennis, Atlanta; Fred -/ F

the world"-and Texas Prolific, if onre.'V. and daughter Leota, Chicago. 111. Noresman, New Smyrna; John Hot - --

|2.50 apiece. E. N. WAIDBOS.t E. THOA1AS. | - kempt, Illinois; 11. H. Perry, Detroit; S.
Tailor
A.L. Reid the
.IS OFFERED TO Alexander, Georgia; J. W. AUpaug, '
John A. Coburn and wife and and Loans. -I HELP WORTHY ,'OU='O PEOPLE North Carolina; Mr. and MrC.. L.
I IYrs. Farrar, of Waltham, Mass., Real Estate, Insurance = : Wf tarneitiy request all young pt-rsoni. no Berge, Miss M. S. Berge E. M. Berg, i ii: again at the Globe clothing store 1

t Mrs J. A. Coburn and daughter ,i tluu matter..-bo bu1l" HmUrU.Ir. a borough lair@mr"u ua..luf or.t rdura-tralo" New Jersey; J. Hinton. Bayard, Fla. and is prepared to do your tailoring; tin
1 of Ckicago, have taken the Lee- "J SELL THE EARTH.: | ini and good po"ltlon. to "nie. once fur. first-class shape. Repairing; and
or Fir success.ndpcndeace.nd
!land cottage. corner of Valley and ova 4KKAT; liALFBATB
Fortune
R. l .. probably. guar (.'andies.the. pressing a specialty. Give me a i
Xunnally
Earl streets Seabreeze, through kDt nl. l105"'T CELAT- WRITE TOPATI s I
L. Smith for the season and may re? rd{ fcJk I Gi.-AU.: Bus. College Macon, Ga,. Ht\KIN: Druggist call if you want good work.yam. I 1M
main permanently. ;Wl t tHi: i tUC IR/A/tl/rtifr\i71rVPi'M i

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-t t t'GO AND SEE (Flnt pub.Oct.I): lilt pub. April i

THANKSGIVING ::.. NOTICE.
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Bingham&Maley
Anthony'Bros.Sole Notice la hereby given tbateix:
PROCLAMATION. Chas. Kost after date the undersigned,
the will of H. V Colclongh. of
Hi h Grade Comforts, ..ili'ouott. will Hi. bin final &" '
Agents for H. KtK such executor with the county
Blankets Spreads etc., also VoluMa county Florida, and a
the Reliable
Governor Brow'ard Issues His Annual Sanitary ana
S. & h1.t \ Clothing.Copyright Sheets and Pillow Cases. an order of JOHN final discharge-V. COLCLOUGH
I Proclamation for the Obsenanceof -

Thanksgiving Day. This October 20, 1006.

t In accordance with a custom sacred Painter, Paperhangerand First pub. Oct. IP; Jut pub. Dec.

of the of Florida, Notice to Debtors and
: JL in the memory people
M I hereby appoint Thursday, the 29th In County JuJJe'.
In and for Volusia
a day of November, as a day of Thanksgiving Decorator. State of Florida

ItIl and Prayer. t la the matter of the I I
. And I recommend to all the people of I Estate of Harriet E.

this State that on that day in devout MlHewr, dereaned. II
ae
Notice is hereby given that th 1
r assemblies in their respective places ol P. O. Box 81. DAYTONA, FLA. signed has been appointed by the I I

j.. worship and in gl id gatherings around judge of Volusiarounty, Florida
Al- iHtratur of the estate of Harriet E.
family firesides, they give thanks to ail .
P : I i iu (First j.tib. Nov. 10))
r mighty God foi the proa perity whichfills t t t a tt1, NOTICE.otnf n..r.has duly late deceased qualifiedQi*of HUi-hiiJuiini said .. I

our land with plenty, and for a civilization :\ M hereby gird that. .HIS mouths Allrmlitons kratecs, '' z
I. a which endears and consecratesassociations I The "EMMERICH": Pillows are filled .. ... ..triof
after date tin? undermKm-'l all i>ert of homo. h pure, clean and odorless: feather th* will William Yininir./ late l of Vo- against the aid estate ar ,.. 1'
Aud I further reco mend that the .: ugh feathers are used; to properly fill lur ia County will HI* tier IInnl a.iountsmPTwutrix fied to present the mime duly :;
: with tlif (' >unt.v Judge) of cated to the undersigned
A not
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pillow proper
people make ready for this festival with a ticking cover satisfaction Volusia County Florida and ask for an yearn from date or the same will i.
love which binds all Hearts and brightens raJe or filled cannot give order of final discharge.CILESTR. ever barred.
all homes: and with charity that K very pair of "EMMERICH": Pillows i M. VIMNO.Executrix.. CHARLES 1c :\ f
1 and is guaranteed toge Administrator the Estate of
r blesses alike both the giver and the receiver s\\eft and pure 1
satisfaction, or reWE This Xov !>I. 190. E. Miwner. I :
: entire!: ROM/
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broad that it shall reach it+
so Dated Orniond Florida. Oct. 18
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needy one inthe State I tIlDJ.d. :; i
.may Given under my hand-aud the Great EXECUTOR'S NOTICE First pub. Oct. U: last pub.Xo
irr1 Seal of the State at Tallnbaj-see, t'.. ..... ..... .... ......... .. In County Judges Courtof Notice for Publication. t. .
p Capital thL-Sth day ii :N.\.-iBb -r ir \'oluI'ia County Fla.! Department of the Interior '
i L"w Tide on the Beach. i
of the I E Office at Gainraiille, Fla Oct. 8.
the year of One Thou .lId'n.>' 1'I I In tow matter *- I "
and f tea i- DATE A. 31. P. 31 DATa a !Ire tSus : tnt of Charles W. .Ar NotMi* i* hereby given that 1
Bred and Six i t> c," IA
1 Hold d.'erased, Wilson of I Daytona Florida, I
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->C the United >t It. s i" ..t' huml: ; Xoti.-e il4 hereby given that tin under notu-v of her intention to '
; I 11 1 L' Nov.17 1 Ili 2 '
nd thirt -tir.t year 1 .... I I(1: % :!::1 .. I 2IC: :s III I. signets han been RI'IItJiuW l lor the county the year proof in support of her
1906 by X. It BfOW.\lW. .. I :HI 27 III 30' im judge of Voluni.i county. Florida, fii.f MZ: ilutiHtiio. a.:,374. I .
1, 2s:1 I :331 5. 410 4S. .1 10 I 140:;. for lot i.
th- will of Charlti W. Arnold. January
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Han SchaiFner! itf MITT G"Ternr. i. .1 wl 21 b tr 6h f'\utOI"ll 1
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.. S 4 W! 22 I t a S .I.'t'a! ! ;! \th' t: II. CLAY l'R\WFOHU, .. 4 1.' S :td ".. :tl'' 7 12 j Iit trilmt< and alll"rtton.( hating claims I that j I'r.f will lm inadf) In-fore
You'll find the II. S. & S. or JJtate.3F .17 I\-: 111 II-I 'I .:t i clerk circuit court,
cittary .. ., 6 G 1t",1 9 :!,-,, ,4741 against said l estate are lirfl. notinVd I > 4iird.in
-t i .. I the to the undersigned I.l..aul. Honda, ono"mht.r: .::1 J,
: .. I" T: .. 2.c 10ti' lo 3'I to prewut sane
II. Tuxedo suit heiv
; I .. 11 'tae: 9 1;3 .. 7. 111a II 2S1: duly Quth"nt hat..1 within two }..a.* She muses the follow inif w It '
'E Ht.\T-IItUSes: all sizes I .. I I"' 154! 10\J: .. 2' It eel -- from this date I the will I I.- for- >ro\f lifrcontiiiiioim residence :
they're perf ct in fit, quality : : Ia'e..t, ,: 11 11 .. 21.1 I I2tOI 1:1: IiII : : .. <>r name l of tholami. viz: I .
oiiltitutioii f
I 4 -- 5)' I 19I51 \pr barr..l.Dated e ,
tailoring; they're all ;and pril'( See Dajtona Real Estate .. :.:. I: II.:. 1:_;4nltii tint :M l ..11of ()..tolr. l! Ort.ACt Miles Il- fU, of III1Y tHIIIl. Fla.
& Insurance Company, 1': SI: 1 auj \ ELLEN: ARNOLD.Montj ( I I... J. MiDnnaM.) fort Oran
wool and the label i is J. U. Marsh. of 1'oit Orange J'
: on -- ---- lit-r. Vermont.UOLIHi. I |
C. S. IhiiRis Secretary. IItgb tldeebourabt>foreoraftl'r low tide U.\ AKNOLl J C', I'oi.inll. of I>a\tontt.. Fla. Ii. / ) and
them. GE> II CLARK ........... .. ............ fiaitll'tl\; -. Florida I \V. Ii. HO :'\ I
Ex.eators. 1-1. for I aid. -

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E SHIP Have MadeReputation F1a
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FURHITURE COODSvEVERY DESCRIPTION I Ie Ii Iis ;
LAWYERS ) York
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ALL GOODS p.TORCD |N SEPERATE ROOMS.n'3flHt "

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I>eiJ with the rich silky leaf grown on last Coast .'\ ; f 1
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the cigar industry c,f the world has never produced better

PALM BEACHThe For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the \; T

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Local Time Card No. 41. In Effect September 16, 190' .

SOLTHBOtMREAD: DO4.:" :V>(TltBOl....()..READ (
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Daily' I Daily I ''Dai" .
Winter Resort S''" JIU' 9.h: .m--'I.v.. ........... .. Jack'IQ -rIll"r- 7'gnn
9 --Nun ............ vulti Jacksonville... .... 'I ; '
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7 'JDj.m' 1.) 4o..m ............. ...-t. Auguilii.e... .......... .. 'i'i' 1\ I t
t 7'.Imo It .... ............. ..... ........ .
ham .. ila-tlngS a.q.w 111
America. ?Inn 11 \..mUoum ....... ... .... .Fat Iklurk........ ..... S : 1.:1' '
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Daytona has its Tout) p points anil we cinnot disposal to rob Daytona :m'I :|.>r U 1 ripra fpm 4upra ::.:i:::::...:......:......'....ora t n
,1" 13apm I20gr
of n solitary visitor but uv ftvl I it our duty to rail your attention to the 'I:.pmI Ar............... ste.a..3.. I
fact that to return North-without :11 I'wm 4 wpm \.:-...............Tilellrfe.*.............. :Lt 1 NSrm ",
ha'ir1l1'isihd the Oueen of 1 Ilorida :.u. I &opm ihrtuiftc Cttjr. 13 I jJ
resorts is to have missed half the"ilul' of Four trip.'l'st t Palm Beach<< .; Sam -S4pm :L:::::::..(tranatltyJeaeri.m.:::::::: .j.. 1!5c7.vii t.pm I :: I.

:} which is situated on the famous Lake Worth below( the I t :P.pm I: :m 2 l.pm: 'L,::::::::::::::::.fTl. t..::::::::::::::: Ls.l-. 2*uGi MfMiia -I' Y*. I
; frost line. and in : ,ll'm 3 Iftpml ..r._...........Ttta.vWe.................. the very heart of the pineapple region. has sometimes been called the I n.m 5Iu tr: ................' afcr.l..T.,....., :i.am | I
: .t.m _1tS.m ,1st ...... ..........Iaaard...... ... itr .i0pm 1 1i
: City of l Ilon1l's'ouldt1't rOll like to own one of the homes? It has i i also been called the 1 lam 51pm ...........................................Le t zspm
"City of 1 Tlowers.: If you do not want a home you .urn 3 rdpm .............. .R.clietpie............... 1 : itm 2 .
: 1 maml 4 2 ...........T.a Uank................. "
should at least come and see what beautiful homes other Northern pco- l item 430pm.m .................. elbtwrae................. U 37i>e> t t I I I
rr 1 Gam: S .............. I44attan ............... 4
pie have in the 11 ruq 1:
:. Tropical South. : Lam 6< im ............. .>L Lade.............,., 10 W m i i
6 l" .................FertiTeree. ............. "
T The Royal l Poineiana. the largest hotel in the world I, I is alone worth .rim 6 SSpm>pm .................TNd.n, .............. le WKMi tram it.m t i ic.am a
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coming to see: but in addition to this the original alligator I << 1 pens with umn 6 a 4 41pm.pm .............Jr.ea................. N Ohm 11

:. it-: hundreds of'live alligators and crocodiles the ostrich farm the inimitable I "urn tam 7dpm 657pm ................lfeb.Sesm1..share.. ............... j sat. I II II I- ]
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ama 7 apes .we-tJttfr. ..... .. .
6 Oleander 9 11.m i
a'cnUl"un'ol1's 1 airy Island the fantastic rubber I'.m b lSpm ............1Se.t )'a1r4 iSad ....,.... ,
tree.. the a c rt 9e
n 5 41 ................RoiBton.................
jungle trail the ocean pier and four-masted\ schooner wreck washed ::n S :apra pm ...............1"dray ................... a s :rum Gam I'
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""m 9 ..............F.-t 1."J.le.............. M it
to high and dry on the sands are but a few of the wonderful sights. You ,, 40pm 4Tpm .. .... .. ........ ..... 7 25amrm :I9a-n ;

:; can hunt. fish. bathe play golf. or watch others in the act while) sit .Mimurn,:i a>,p.m tn .:.:.::::.. ..: :.Lem H.ttM you ....m.. ... !
: leisurely by and enjoy the unsurpassable dimate. Jupiter lighthouse S } \ .... ..:: Mi 1tsml..L.mlHane .. ....... : .C. f...lii.. itt
t;- the weather bureau station the wireless telegraph station. pineapple. I ...'t_ :.,... :; ;1 ..... .. .. >t kl........... ... ; : : ...... ..:..i: : t

canning factory. the I'lorid.rast Coast :Ml'.rl<.r r.r.on traiin:20 a.1.1I. $-ipin.,;C.rsvlI traiBa 59 I a'l.t '',:-
Canal innumerable other inland : I'a' ':e\cHSnndy. ___ _- ___ ._
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waterways are all within a radius of 2' nlilf's. "I 1 he impassable Tver- :> 23 *o ; ,;' 17-1 ::-20
glades is .. ho. 0.dy imPORt fiA1NCN.No. 18 ,
.; on our western boundary. and tlH''orhfs I greatest hillhwthe (\;,. 0c..'| 1 Sunday On) Daily I Eclpt bail, 'I Sund" .

Gulf Stream washes our Eastern shore. !It may )St you something ; 1 !; 6-IOIID' .,' (vim I.;" ... Jar k- ail ;"- tr -7c:;am''' 2 : t I
to stay at Palm Beach but you cannot consider your trip torloridanmi-I I l l'I'.lm,, '> l Isprn| .t. lr'.,...111"" .....Sonth' Jai., k i.uvil.e ..In :o.Iz.m".tit 4

plete unless you have taken it in. ': '. I":... .:?.mn m L.r.m... 1000rm 91am urn !!;.'.r.1:::::: .u.ye.rt..lu.Irt-u h b. <::: "" I7'6 Tfrnm Vn.ii l.i 11 11 114.Lv r.a'n_. ; ;

r If you want to buy or rent a room a hOI1 the lake --- ,
t' on or ocean front Stl.\R
a rI\ AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP, CONNECTIONS AT L\:! \
winter home .
a pineapple[ plantation I -- -
an orange grove or vegetable gariltMi l : close: Connection Made .Miami with Steim..blps of the P. &:-O.5.: S.
i or if you want to invest in any of these:: and l Ill' guaranteed l S per cent on your 1 Havana and Key West. ih l
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write to SOUTHCOIi".3. i NOKTKBOUNDI -

I '\'J. .Tnedayv Fsudays!' .. .. .. tt 4 aim I I..' ".\\ .\\.\ .Th'1f"I&y. .. I I ;'f y
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lrit.axt.: Thanday's. 8st.m Ar.MI\MI .}
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t. The Currie Investment Additional Sailings between Key West anJ Havana.T I

CompanyWest 1 .V.EST. Mo.lfrH, "Ts II a.l LvH\t\', v >._I"a..I'.I.n. f
llltl" \' \ Tuesxays.n.urlgf. CSv.m ArKEY_ aL-1 Tued.ys."1101'1:1'7Trains ; ,".

Discharge Passengers"! at Ship's SIde. No IraniJc's.Ti"i"1ii .

Palm Beach Florida 'i' .-: -;;- >.I 1 :: : ,.. 1 1 f\
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:, and we will be glad to show you every courtesy. For-Copy-ot-the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information"SEE J

\.. .J THE TICKET AGENT." Y. _

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