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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: July 20, 1907
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (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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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Daytona, Florida, Saturday, July 20, 1907. l'!" Advertising Medium im Day_-ton_*_and.. Vicinity.- Price 5 Cents

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Bargain Days Y Saturday Will and be(Monday 1 s= WITH FLORIDA. TRUCKING CENTERThe PARADISE. .i THE CHAS. E.{ GARDINER CO. i


Of each week at our store this summer. lit lit lit I It It It kick ..

A Prominent Chicago Business Man Soil Around Daytona Peculiarly I IAdapted Florida Is So Designated by the Hon. : DRY GOODS MERCHANTS :
Today and Monday we will offer our entire line ofLADIES' ,
Well Pleased With Florida-Talks .
to the .
I Growing of Champ Clark o( Missouri, who
SUMMER HATSat f : Anthony Block, Phone 102, Daytona, Fla. :
Enthusiastically of the State. Fruits and Vegetables. Enjoys National Fame. .

very great sacrifice. Come and get your pick of Chas. II. Beemis, a prominent Much{ has been said in the past Congressman! Champ Clark of .: Announce that their store is now open for business. :

the lot. Chicago business! man, who spent two or three months concerning the Mrssouri.I who ret-ently visited) Hor- ', ..

The Peck-Hendricks ten days in Florida recently in the establishing of a "Model Farm"at i ida says: :. :. \r\\! 1?0U'15. NFAV rLJflISIIIGS0 :.
Company.
interest of his firm, i is very much or near Daytona, to be used as an "It is not generally: << known that'!Ii NEW GOODS.Prices

N1............................NN ..................4 pleased with this section of the object lesson for prospective i settlers. Floiida i is the I.irgext( : State east" of i :

.. country. This was Mr.{ Bemis' first Daytona already bar such a farm, I the MisetisAJppi(i:: but it I:4.: Of course !I.i I.
:+ ..1.NNNNNN111..11.1.1.11.N.1.111.N..11..4 visit to tie South. the one conducted by U. W. Ball,
:: M. ELLA DE VOY CO. f Horn and reared in Chicago he on Second aVt'nu.n t of the rail-I i fug climate, her I du, ,+I : IWalth-giV-1 I } r : \V e will be delighted to show you our goods! and :

: : never tully comprehended) ) the glorious road. I her immense forests of I : have you examine them carefully. They were aelerted !- !

I LADIES' HATTERS :: advantages of the South, especifially Mr.{ Ball has twelve acres under cul1 1 pri'>*v. Her orange grott and Lie I : for you with tare.The :

i Florida, and had! been taught ti vat ion and if there was ever<< a man i hotels have 1 beentrii,>iieljr exploit-
Correct in
Styles. Personal attention
: Xo GSoiitMtrii.li+ Street, Dajtooa. to Fitting.J to l believe that there was nothing in Florida that made a success
........ ............................................4 here but a rough rountr;, capable of truck farming/ that man i is Mr. Ball i poor man's country in America has it .

only producing vegetables) and ma lie rime here three years ago and 'n ut Ix-en exploited much, and that : Anthony Block, Heaeh, Street :

Yert+ '. "' ViWiVmMiller...i" Jft. i"iW"' ;.. ..inWniJi. W.' .. ..,... nifti.1I laria. thought the" twelve acres he is now j is the most important i feature of I .
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"1 have always labored under the cultivating. The land had been 'Florida. If tile fart was generally : ,

=Strohm Co. impression! that Florida was merely used 1 before for trucking but its 'known that a family of five or,. inure I i! ..11111...11111.11111111111111111111.111111.1.1111N:

I I F nothing." he admited) to the writer. owners had not made] a success of persons" can live comfortably' a
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Successors to i "J 1 thought fioin what I had been I i it. The present owner has worked 1 i 't wo-acre truck patch and en lay :

told, that all the State was good for bard early and late and is now real ;something by for a rainy day Florida's i

I PECK & FOSTER. i iI was to raise produce to ship to us t ng the benefit of his labor population would 'lie soon i i CONRAD GROCERY CO. I

mil7GrOCerie5 fellows up North, although I must To start with lie set out a few I double. .r lI"t now thoiisaml.s: ; of( IM-O- I .
I !| admit that I have compared Florida dozen peach trees which at three pie from the northern and central .
? I : iSucce>H.r to 1 K. T. Conrad& ('o.) :
'states are moving to Manitoba
\\ main Fan<' products with the products of other years old produced over fifty bushels to I .
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t states and sections and often won of fine fruit. He ha.now several Letter their (conditions but it costs | .

I and Food | tiered why it was that Florida was acres of trees two years old that will, only about half as much to lire well j i! Carry a Full and Complete !

"rraALL.IHTM l'rodu "Products 5 good for nothing but the production another year, be bearing.; For the, in Florida as it does, in Manitoba j .

rwl11 f'fNNtNr<<.y"NINHNIHM..vm., attRIDe". ANVYVrMMeFJilIJIMN'MAM4lt4Nt4NMMMM4N .t of vegetables and fruits. past two years he has:i: Line of Plain and Fancy i

I "I. hate changed my ideas of [Florida ing vegetables to several dealers in cot1 as much. Cattle live the year : .

...........................................NN1 N however, since coming here, town and) commencing November round out doors and keep fat. To :

and.I want to say that I am 'deadstuck' 1st last he commenced shipping his sum it all up would l'all.fl'lrida. 1 \1 QROCERIESCLOVER

i Bond Lumber Company j on the country and your people surplus to other markets. His shipments 'the poor man's |aradise.> "Not but i' .
that it i is deli *htful habitant .
MANUFACTtttfcRS OF who are among the cleverest I II to Miami alone have run from a for -.. -- :
I have ever met. They have treated :f:3)0? ) to $G<))0 per month for nearlya well to do and the rich They can'
ROUQM AND DRESSED LUMBER ... .... I take care of themselves anv"IIt're. : CLOVER HILL BUTTER. i
PINE AND CYPRESS me so hospitably that I am almost year, and he i is still shipping large .
t there. lie the Why any man can live in city slums I .
1 ashamed to own up that I ever entertained quantities supplied | .

Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime an idea but that they were P.oyall'alm Hotel at Miami with an. I, and rear children when they
and Cement in Stock.omc.Italhrar. and Yards: Ent I...: anything but the best, cleverest people :average of :$3x: ) worth per, month find a home with pleasant surroundings \; Grocery Company .
rod AveaaMII.IrBond and healthful
urasge environments in
on earth, and feel while that hotel was: running. : : '
you may sure h T. Conrad.'o'PI.: old) ) stand. :
)UlI,AtUntte Coast Una H,..luu wiles south of J.ck ton.lll... Florida at a price within the reach: !'
Ka)Iawasoo,OD B oford Branch of the V B.U. H,. that in the future I will always be Mr.{ Ball is a successful gardner,1 ;,of the everyday laborer, is '. :+..1...+..+.+..+...111+1.+....1111*.1.11..+.1..1...:
found blowing a horn for Florida 1 one who works with his brains aV a surprivI
Phone 8j R. J. MALBY. Manager. i and its people." well as his! hands, and he haan 'I ing mystery. I am no land agent I' ...................ltl.l.MIM.MI.l................
..........................NN..................NN j|lor land }boomer. I own not one'cent's 'I. a
Mt. Beeinis paid special 1 tribute to abiding faith in the future of I Daytona '.

Yir1 VrYi+NY khtiWtWrttlhhY f+/kthfirYtYrYdNrWilPhfiirYiilirrr'tWirlMltti'rlhliiliirWA'tY. 'rtirr5 fr (; Daytona. "It is one of the prettiest a... a trucking center. He informed worth of property| in Florida, I i
but I write these words in that
hojie
little cities I have the Ga7ette-: rounder Groceries ?
rtcBRIDfi a:.N.((1'/\jtA ever seen, and I I II ews
: folks of small means in cities and' :
rw.Win..w... C..kkr. ; have traveled some," he said. "I j[ that, contrary to l htlicfIf[ motst of f .

must admit that I was surpi yell| the ganders of this section vegetables colder climates reading this may imi l .
!I i (prove their conditions by tin simple : i
MERCHANTS BANK upon my arrival here to find, instead could be grown in summer as prcK'e'ss of settling in Florida, where NOW YOU ARE TALKING! :
i 'Br'ab V....U Cwialy Haakl) -: of a lot of old wooden structures well as the fall and winter and hu.s .
J nature has bcfii lavish. :
with her
i Capital ....f SO.tKU ;| a town built up of such handsome the vegetables now to prove his air gifts." so : That's My Business. !

P rwnal .. 1WI.IM( ) ;| business houses and residences !sertions.' He expects to market I s

Trauacu: a General Banking 8u.lne... ? and with such magnificent vegetables of various kinds all summer Higher Education in Horida. I I take ,pleasure: in railing for your order. awl .:
I walks and streets and I and that in no month ini
am going to says
x i 4 per cent. Interest Compounded Quarterly Paid on | If While Florida i is making steady, I : delivering promptly what )'(11:1ut.. My stock :
the should
be honest", enough to say that 1 am i year there be a dearth of(
Accounts. 1 progress along other] i lines tin-I. plat 1 : is alwlJfrCbh and fine and your trade will : .
Savings so much in love with Daytona and] fresh garden truck His cabbages,
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ter of education is receiving more highly appreciated and well taken care of. :
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I Safety Deposit Huns for ltuf f this section that I am most tempted| Leans, tomatoes, okra, egg plant, attention than ever U-iorc m the I I'hoiie tw vour wants.: :

I7T'n"' x..V.W..u..M."' ... r wwwr..W.M./YTIYTTTmYTTITnTmTT""lY'JYYYTrrrrnTTY"...................u............... .. .,!wuuwr.wr to leave my business in Chicago withsomeliody sweet corn and in fact nearly everything history of the State Our high ..
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that could l he
f ---- -- else and come and live grown anywhere
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is a noticeable (fact that I the gradual I \I ,
WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATINGgetting of abundant: crops .
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I ing classes: are becoming larger and .
:, a Gahani/ed Iron Tank a new Tin I.'oof.: a Hot Air Furnace, Another Booze Case. Speaking of( onions, 11 I r. Ball' larger: from year to sear Another' ; The North Beach st. Grocer. :
states that the soil in this i is
or any of the other metal neoebsities required to romplete a modem PaL )Hall) wanted for the illegal sale of liquor exceptionally projtortion of our High Si-hool I graduates f Telephone. 19. :

d(Telling, remember that was arrested in Deland Sunday by : of[ this paying product, and 1 he : go on and tike a regular rill- i .t.a.a.t.R.t.R.t.t.t.t.t.t.t.t.t.a.t.r.r.r.a.r.....at ..
thinks that. men with means enough
Sheriff Turner and brought to this legiate course.u .
I C. NASH a SON I ; city Monday lie was taken befur.lustice e to buy the land and clear it, tt<< Heretofore. it has leii the custom t tof
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nuke rapidly with this .
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money r'nq
.J Titus to send their children
_ DAYTONA. FLA. : Tuesday morning, many exit t
After the onions marketed l other
who bound him over in f.lOO) bondto are of the State to lie 1..lul'.lh..II.Ilt l ""\\.

are l Lest prepared to give prompt and reliable senile at fair pucesGeneral appear for trial at t the next term vegetables can be grown arid I crop happily this i.s no louger: net-canary.IWnles Norman S. Dayton
after taken f from the lIIt'l:1l111.I
i. repair|> shop mi Voluhia Avenue, next to the Armory of the Criminal Court crop the numerous |i\ate instilutions -
He has done it and what he has'
Dave Leaver, also colored, a witness i doing collegiate<< woik we ,
i I Phone 3. Out of town walk sollkitrd.1 .. done others can do if they work in '
:: in the case, was sentenced by have two State schools t that ale sir LUMBER.
.t ;. ...NN1.1.1...+.+.....NN1.NNN1.+.*.... Justice Titus to twenty dogs in the telligently. ond 1 to none in the South

..1.N.11/N11...1.N.1.1.1.............1.......... county jail for giving false testimony : i It will repay any nun who thinksthis These<< institutions the '-ni'rtit :
1 J, H. G.'RRI80 K. I It. TAYLOR and I Deputy Sheriff E. I U locality is not adapted to the !: ) of Florida, at liaiitenville, and1 I Yard lagUlliaU'lIlI awl I F. I K. c laihtlJ. Ali

z I. Smith took the prisoner to New growing of vegetables tu'i it Mr.{ the Florida{ 1 Female College{ at Tat I'biw, IvMimatwi: and .Siii 'riiitemitiHc. Heal Mutate offiie
::; The tallow candle was the oiilymeans hl rwitliof I'. Ball's and talk ; {
with him ,
Manager
place ,
na r 1thlsst.-Ll\"c
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afternoon : faculties
;; 'tt 'tl tt of illumination in the good Smyrna Tuesday and : strong all']) .
j cerning the} soil and its 1I.) .t"ua; 1 FI Tid.i I'hojn/ 'i tr .\ardandreitideiK-e.. .
turned him possibilities. healthful location and
: old days of yore. WId" differonce over to Deputy SheriffC. are ioing a
: between the first: Fourth of .: H. Kurtz, of DeLand.Improvements They will come away convinced that: class of work that will be<< *enfi. .'ial!
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!. July Mud this one Now you talk -- anything that will grow anynheiecan to comini g generations

.i, Lave the electric light and vitfQt : be successfully<< grown here At Gainesville a boy ean uk. ,Sf
wonderful electric 1 devices It will : at The Bennett. ,
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There are thousands, ,f regular literary scientific -
I \ acres I or t course
do you good just to drop in and Mine( Host Albert Bennett of The
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: see a le'V. It us f figure ouour 4t :: land around Davtona just as well 1 or he n!oy take electrical: i-ngin. 1TT City Hotel.
Bennett on North Hidgewood :avenue
: next electrical job. : adapted to ,'{'getaLleiW/ \\illg as i is ing, mechanical engineering aK) i ,
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has been taking of -
t advantage the land selected by Mr I Killall it rkulture I or. jiedagn; All of. :rue '
I Daytona Electric Co. : the 'tween seasons to make some alterations i- r OPEN AU THE TEAR
wants is some one to
.: ... '., .. ..... 232 South Beach Street. 4:r I popular hobtelry.and improvements in this and a dorm or so :such places: as 1 he+ fuurM'S in fuechanic) altO, agriculture
has would be of. inestimable bent-fit and {ledagtigy> are offered for ihbuitfit <-
.HN11N............N.............1....1.1..N...1:: I The smoking room has been enlarged of es.n
to the city those who are unable, Table Board.
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.......N11.111.N...1...N1.1.......m..... :.N I and likewise!' a sleeping room. take a complete course

Eitabllibtd 9* ycara our Priors are Rlgbt--)( chlurrj' tbs Bc.t. 4: !t' adjoining it on the north, more light The Florida Female College m.u.i:
:: and ventilation being added in both Took Water Route to St. Augustine.:
I. tains
PORTABLE I a College of LiberalrN I a
1, SAW MILL OUTFITS $: cases. Two small rooms in the new H. tJ. Hawley. his daughter, MNsMary !> hool of Fine Arts int'I ludmg+ 11.1.. > GEO. H. MATTHEWS

the best ou cartb. Koglnts : part of the building have been combined (I. Hawley and Charles: 1"aDorn n si ic., art and expression. a :"cbu.l.lk : .. "IO"IIUOI(.

and Boiler aLd all kind orwacbtoerr : making one large, comfortable of this city, join** a partyfrom k Industrial Artsincluding ,,. ,
: o .kiigsewing ;
{ .. and mill iupplt *: room, the changes adding practically the east side of the river consisting etl.au.J :School foi:- .'!.'.'.'!'. !'!'!'!'!';!'!'!'!'!'!sw s'S's' .' /!'!'!!'!!(!.'!''!'!'i!.'! 1'S't rA'5)1A&'. ilw.aY
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i We carry a Urge stock and .
cao *aiakr liniurdlate .Ulp4: two more private baths I Ij to of Mr{ and Mrs. Gel I). FinIe i Teacher .\ prominent feature oi

lurnt. : the house. ). John Fuquay and <<< -sie> and 1 the :School for Teacher: is a depart) i The Seaside Inn. !

Write today for our complete cau.l :ut"s. We t'1W'c lOU money. 4: I The house has been newly painted Frank Allen in a boat trip to M;. meat for the training of kmderg.tr-; y

" I Complete Hoe carried in 5tO'kJJrts.1l1.lIlt'ttt'u to ::I throughout and cement walks constructed Augustine, by way of the canal, in a ten teachers. "i; !I'' -1.\1:1':Ul.lI I. I M: \ .MiMI.I I' 'i' :
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I AULSBY COMPANY X-ffiM5aS : in the rear of the buildini g. launch belonging to the Allen brut('- Tuition in both ",
iA. these .
: tatothv.b: Nuw "|1"'I.f..r 'Si-: '" I "'" ?'I'I.1 'Ir< ;j..rJh! K'.a..l.t.'II1.\ltr' i .
.....N11..11......1.........11.11..11......N..1.:: j Mr. Bennett is also contemplating era. They left here Saturday morning i is free to all Florida -tudents, and
: HORACE F. STEWART. 5y
--, the erection of a new water tower to and reached St. Augustine in all other
vm eio'nls are redm-ed .is
largely increase the capacity and the evening; Mr. Hawley and )li ss mud lloii.o r..II"\I + .. '11..4'.1 i ". I I'.v::'.(uJ Iw." II 4Whotili.. u?..tril< Ib J
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REAL : as possible. iira; l< Tt"f ;: 81111a JJ.JI.'II.tll'' :" \\ J" '..,,,,. '''') i' "i NlDt .fl/uUil. 'rtrlit''rItl.t' C:
J. C. BUTLER I power of both hard and soft water Maiy returned by'train Sunday evening Florida high schools are a-'ceptt'l 1 ;.- tl',.. rr .. yrs r. 1 t .- .. l'at I,1 r n-.li'i Slid Ihreal, I'r', i:
I EST ATE. and proposes to have everything in and Messrs. Fuquay and Van without
I readiness for the comfort and convenience Dorn in the same manner. Monday

Cottages For DAYTONABEACH.bale or Rent.FLORIDA.Phone 234. of his patrons when the afternoon The boat reached: hume What is Lth Water.. i ,,1. 41Le L. Surf I Bathing :is Unexcelled. -I Ij

, _"' _........ _.. '_ : season opens Monday:: evening ( cloctru lichi "plain ,- .wrti iLall'a'a s L AV'a '..a a ra'va a'i 4ii'i W ... I

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I Improved His Beach Property. Stones-Brown. (, man reservations call on or write to Make your porch a puaoli+s _
THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS BOARD OF TRADE !
Col and Mrs. NY II. :Shaffner are A quiet' but very pretty wedding -, 'Frank C. Boylston, District Passes

L. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY STILL ACTIVE. ;, occupying their beach cottage north '! took place WedneMlay ejenfng, gee Agent, Atlantic Coast -Line S3QVHS H3:

T. E. FITZGERALD Editor ;lof the Seaside Inn. Col.! Shaffner i when Fred! Stones and Miss [Bessie Jacksonville' Fla.

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iRlr I has tt'CCnthmade some notable improvements I,I I Brown were united in marriage at --- aar.aeCPnf3isersa

i THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY Its Membership Increasing Rapidly in the property and has ; the bride's home on South Iidge-j? ; i i111II1 I D. D. AND C. M. ROGERSCIVIL neow.>it'al

( INCORPORATED ) And Now Includes Nearly Every demonstrated l to his mdeTieving :!. v\' ( avenue | 1d ,ry9sa? Aaa35.' 11\ sot:

Business Man in Daytona. neighbors that the artesian water ;,I,; Promptly at eight o'clock the i I I ENGINEERS

Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. The Daytona Board of Trade held can be piped into the houses on I bridal couple entered 1 to the strainsI

-- ----- the bluff. To do this the colonel II of Mendelsohn's! wedding march, 'I ) DAYTONA and
its regular meeting at the City Hall I Others:
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. (had a well put down in the valley I II I beautifully rendered by Mrs Edith ) MIAMI, FLA.

Tuesday evening, President Miller in the of his idence and theater I I IShl I J rnuakrr. Martha( Hruwn
rear re MI-.S s
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One copy one year......._.,,,,,._.....$I I..>0 presiding over a fair attendance of I Daytona: OlhVe IChlahliidied:. 1S75.
One copy six months.One ..-.?. ..... ."*' ., w was: conducted from the wellj.:,: sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid -
businessmen i
: copy three months....................... ..... '0ADVERTISINll ( the more )public spirited 1 atxnit thirty feet distant with a fall I'!I and the gnmni was acvomjKinied -
Voliisia County \bstract, !
t t RATES. of several: feet to a ram in a pitij.i by his: father IJev.: NYm. :Stones; ,
NY. C. Nash. 15. F. Livingston; audNY. I I Investment and Title In-
f DISPLAY: ADVERTISEMENT: M'IIICli"t.IIWt' Mow the Mirfaee. i of TIIII.\.ilJ,.. nln, alsl: I IN I 'rfnrnurlI I II .
NY. Carter were elected: to membership Sl rnhl'C Coinininy.
lUte per mth per iiiscrtion to regular& ."' !'.lOuuls This: supplies an abundance of I 11 the tcremonvi '.
total of fifty-two
I Rate per inch per insertion for less than three .-15 cents making a water for !bath and all other purr ;i The couple tox.k their station
Rate per inch per insertion for single insertion.... cents members, anti if all these gentlemenwill ma Titles Insured. I
READING NOTICES OR LOCALS. buses on the first Ikvr el his dwell H alcove or bower of sniiLx sari
i unite working for the good 1 I ,

} Rate per line, each insertion._.... cents of Daytona there i is no doubt that j ing. Col. Shaffner has also put inro I i ses and the rooms were profusely ';>.1 BENT FlPH" CAHEY 11. LAwltl' I

i. RATES FOR CHURCHES LODGES: ETC. fair will make .'cement steps at the rear of thejc I decorated with many varie-ti s of this : rl"t'tlidf'nt. jjec'jr and Treas.i I
: All club, society organization, lodge and church notices, other than religious our city great progres '
house, connected with the front by j ]lon.ly flower. J.1 Al-w Pnrrh Seats and IL.imnek:
cervices, 5 cents per line. Cards of thanks 50 cents each. Kesolutiom, 5 tents in growth and development. i iI i AUtrii. t.. furniflied uud title" |"erfn < atBingham&MaleyCli
per line. Legal advertising at legal raUb.GENERAL a e-ement walk and I projioses later The bride wore. beautiful white,5:,1 MHIW, I'laU and Hlue 1'rintn Supplied.
The question of street sprinkling I I I Ui.iHiMteoluciH County bank.
I PROVISIONS.No considereel and I the Iloarel II I(inn terrace the lot. i K dress, her own handiwork, and I the !' II tI.\II. FLOW.'. I
a SUitnt, was: j jnnanimnuidy II
for of kind lea than
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single: charge display advertising any bridesmaid
I 1 dressed in I
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im'h
Good position given every advertisement. An extra chargeof .t1IM'r approved a resolution I
t will be made for ads with specified' positions. Xo special l |"./-itioin given on rut i Will Build Docks and Boat Ways. pink. -
lees than five Inches. ask ins.; the City Council to pass an ( = I DR. W. A. DOVE --
t No advertisements aoteptpd for the first pHge. o-i'iiume: to the effect that wheneverluotliird ;. .\. Hoot has about completedthe After the congratulations, the i '

than Extra 30 words charge to the made inch.on display i= advertisements eoiitainiiig ni nverugf war: -. (.f the property owners or dismantling of the Kunuell sawmill company partook of a daintily prepared E EXCURSIONJacksonville

m l at Holly Hill, the limbers of ; repast and at ten o'thxk the
All bills payable on the first of each month. t'isriiiN: in any section of city i>etili. -

t -- - .a''It
1 a SATURDAY JULY >0, 1907.I il.i. .11 be done and the e\]>ensech.irir of d<".ks. and ways at his place I (1 11 iH-llevue. avenue*, which l.a.II141'1I ; to Say

___ e>n the we hank} of the river abouthalfway made ready I for them. |-
the
-- d
to -- : pro rata against owners / litre: ...f. KI.| "w".1| andI'HONK \"IU..I..
t ..........................1( little Mhlle :-11'1\\,1 l
t i .., IM'rl...|>' tin. n.,.nil of tin. htxk asWill llicstieels collevtions Ct'Htrai bridge's. It is difficult to of f a numlier of lJeautiful'(1re >'.I.
I sprinkled
-
so>
: SEABREEZE and : I u.' the cater I he 1I."I'h\LII.\\t.I l, 1'11,1! $3.00.Jacksonville.
for this i service to l I.e made get heavy timbers even on njxrialorder 1 ( : c..ntl'l c'Ousi ling tlf silverware, ,

1. .1( I>rui \ :..IlahotJIIII"'Jlf"1.: l.atl'la often, and much cf the linen, we-dlework and other housefurnishings to "
very Col.
DAYTONA BEACH | night he ors fev'ri. h, but n.sting n +niilhyChairman I
: I Ile.tuft h hie h the mill I .
.1( easier and it in i Copied) (hat with the K'iemau: of the (Tress of w saw ; 'i

r .......................... i vitulitj of ehildhixxl.. sill I..- all rightin Committee, reported that some val-l I|j was e-onslruete-d is suitable for Mr. 'I The exit of town gm-Ms were Rev: umbia, S. C., and return .

Seabreeze, July 17-A highly interest-1'I 'i a few days. liable] free advertising of Daytona ':, I'out: |iurN>se. and Mrs. l1;,dt. :Stones; of Titusvillej .
$5.00.
inland detailed newspaper account i>fj I The Country Club, through their and I vie-inity had bet-n se-cured bylurni The t projier'y purchas: by Mr.t f j and Mr. and Mrs. .I. D. Hraddoik, ,
'agent, F. :Stuart; has eoutraeted with J. I
XewJXrt''
: the unveiling ceremony at ] I toot is mainly marsh land lying 1Jl- jof< Hlake Tho-rt' from this
railroad and. presnt
hing vteanishipi t I
C. Butler of Beach underbrush I Via SEABOARD
Parish: Church, late of \\ ight, uf a monument t Daytona to AirLine
j' tvveen (hecuntauyutd the river. : 'ity were IJev H H Gibltons,
erected: by the people, in memory and dear the property recently companies with attractive pictures'j I j' 1 pas

; of the late Archdeacon Henry Haigh, acquired by them north of
father of our popular citizen, Sidney which will include u golf printed and extensively distributed I centrifugal I ;; pump, !'It ;; wife j Mr and Mrs. U J 1L dby. Mr

t ., Haigh, was received by relative here. I Course and base hall grou/I.ls. without expense to the Hoard of( I at the same time his frontage. on the and Mrs. Williams lies Hunt and I JULY 16th, 1907.

The Hopton writer wood says, "The stone,handsome U in the Italian tabletof Trade will materially assist in keel i-1 I river. :j JH.T: McChllan. For the best set of harness r>er sold al the S|>eMi train i? least! Jackw>t-t
\\iIIl.ui.J) two ..1..1..s.it" The bride and left lllurxn PTH.C.: Made of the very best leather and weguarantee
Renaissance style. The central panel is Daytona Beuch, July 1--Eveningand ing; our attractions before the traveling a sroum I i it to give bolute laUklaCtlOO Un- villeat IItit: ., a. in Tu'keU gar!

occupied by a beautiful medalion of the ) mid-week servties will !w diteoutinued public in at'r large tern-1 i 111(1 foot slip lietwern, extending I day); afternoon) in company: with i I df his r all set conditions.is $15.... Owing The regular to our immenM retail price contract of- returning l bv' regular damn on or.
this fine at the :M. E.: Church for l 1 and) the end of this : IJev: and Mrs. NYm. I
venerable Archdeacon, portrait everdweeks. tory of the north and east deep water at Stones and Bliss : with manufacturer and by: paying eub. lAirf.Iuly flat HilI Call
in bas-relief likeness of I II we can now offer a limited quantity at $t.U.Don't rt,
being a speaking The next regular me'tinilI lie slip will e-euistrmt a set +.f wavs ;! Kli/.alx-lh :-; ->+, !for Titusvilhand : .
) delay: but send for a set al once or City Ti. ket Oftn*. :Htf. W liar uJacksoimeille.
who of his life top essrs futch] business of
one the service.gave The twenty bronze years lettering on (:aineli'iIJe.ith their families men, have held. at the City I Mall evening e>f[ ,, which, will ac-c-om.niate any vessel I j! either I joints. to he absent tool two write for catalog today.: i .

I the memorial is as follows:: Henry taken the 11: I:. Johnson cottage fur the Tuesday, August! fith, and officers of'[ i l which tan enter. tl"'M'ah rs. as weks.. ANDERSON HARDWARE CO., 1' :S.; ('. Bon.'TotM! Ui iPnerah'

Faithful rest f the the Hoard asked hi ethe)' \\illlll" built to handletLeLtry: ,-
Ih.i hM.H in e> season.Chat of Trade have : ( ;: 26.5lo m Decatur St, ATLANTA, GA. i Pass. Agt ..Jac.h..n"ill.
i duty, wise in counsel, a steadfast Odum Is building a racing I loom Ga/ette-News to esj>tt'ially request t ,, e"t lioats: (.lllii own. rite.!. which ar I'IItri'rutc I II A. C. L. to Jamestown E po!>itln. I

friend." Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Haigh I for J. C. Butlt'r. It u-3: fret long and all members to attend thus extending i'j I feet IKMIII and I lietwct-n I The .lame-stowM Kohitioii| like ----- --'

; and children were memtionc-d as ling will tie named The Mcl'addeit. | eighty and ninety. fiet in h-ngth! ; all..II..r when it tint I
present at the ceremony. I Services at the M. E. Church were their support' atd 1 l'II<'Ollra}%a- ;, expositions: State Institutions for Higher Education.
Mr I'ool: he laa.llIIt countedtn 1 101".1..1.I Ili.llI"t I have all of the building
neat to tlIOHC' Ii.. for says -
Town council met in special! session \\attended Sunday! inorning ltr\'. 5\ are vvoiking I ,
Monday night C. A. Ballough tendered Kirk delivered the first of u series of the advancement of the city building vvav beer when he i fomphtt-d, nor all the exhibits)! -
University of the State of Honda, '
his resignation as mayor, which was accepted sermons on the subject of representativemen :! On' Saturday at two CMlock tL ceuut. from down m.vt waters 1 I but I in good :shajieThis (-'IIt osi lion will| n.oklUA FliMALb 'ot.lEOE.J

This promotes C. F. Burgman, of the Bible. : found would inouler II !lie and Oalnesville, Fla.
I Hoard will hold u special: called| II1I1..t'bary kept .I..n| by referring to Tallahassee Fla.
president of the council, to acting At a special council meeting Monday .
to look after his- own I I"mss. tau of the advertisement carried in this young'A
A institution ,
meeting to consider means of keeping | high grade fur ,
,
I J .
r mayor. C. I'. Lund was elected president i. night; a petition was presented and 4k6e&:; fur Otl&t-U without a prak
whic. h were ti.> large ti) lie handle*!i of l'Ouncilpro tern. .\ new ordinance granted for the owning of Ocean stre-et dust down on streets in business | very attru ,Irt!, -m the South, tllil.r..cing. 1tMtl'g e 4netriuB.

first from Seabreeze litie. rates and time limits to suit the &:;. Agricultural sari l'elagogual tiLtr..1r..... &1'611 for TnM.teri i.
; passed reading, restrictingthe avenue north to the line+ sec lion; it having 1><.'<:11 promised| vacation ; ( ( tt : ,
'o+ %
construction of any livery stable of incorporation. that lie Hoard of Trade purchase' Mr.I Kool: S.I\'''! all the 'marsh: land! of :IIIJ one *s. &-tN"I lef Indu.trt.1rl.ll, a SAoul) II'

building within 200 feet of any hotel, Vandevorde I has the contract for oil for ""IIl'rimt.'nlall'"rpuM's.' can lx> lea'lily: lintel I by a lIdi..u 1 Uc-ali/ing: and) appniiating' that : Strong faculty; well r'|uip|>ecJ l labr- i }'iu* Arts, including p.oi o, pipe urgay

I' warding house or private dwelling. The building a wall in front of J. M. Field. | pump' and ill'courseof time n will l one d.iv' ill tilt".1..., namelv Tiuhday tory; thorough inatructioii both theoH:, .|MI, \'vtre e&,Hurr, ....ItIlUUfa w.J.pJijiretical -

ordinances relating to fire protection new collage and ezpxr| Is to begin the I i no du'ilil lit done. and |I'r&tdj'al; cartful :SUJjerviHe''! l culture, a smutty .,f able ,|Iiafll"i"l1

f and sidewalks to be built on newly: work soon. + Port was the only' day on \\Iaida'i am I discipline; high moral tone. in all d.:|Ktrt..t*...iii.No .

a opened streets passed second reading. V. A. Huff and family, who were: atSilver |; Orange. u.lda: exc-ursioii. tickets !- tuition .
1 ehargcs to Florida
C. A. Ballough awarded the Beach 1I Kingston. I'tl'-I j Tuition Free. Charge* for -"irfial In-
was contract harclurr..d to thehome tr pun.l.a..I. the Atlantic Coast Line
I Port Orange' July IS lr! >'unt Morris ; drill Other
& for shelling: at one dollar per cubic al Espanola.W. I I Lay instrutte ex |I".n..try low. struct**! in AM arti i>duid. to a mioKtitwtt. ,.
all their ticket
has hold his farm ( rcekland t I
on Spruce agents
yard, all new streets north of Butler A. : Ivn.giton. July !>> }Ir:;. 1 K.: 11 f. Jltr.01..1 amt .
[ : Stringfellou, who has Ice: u h.is moved !Ins family intoli: that the c-oach rore-aUIosHe further inorn.a. : NVIjuifciutCii in coeir.tr s,( (5 Utivu !
"se excursion !
will
rates
\\ !, f !lit Iray. is l for i
I avenue and cast of Pine wood e< CXIM..tt..1 today a '
avenue. spending some time here, n turnrlItel.and to I i{ address
Caroline Me( 'Panic! IS on iHm- fetmetinn. Write fur .tducuo-
collage
Julius Young returned with his party. :Monday. lavvton 'IH'.k'sbitith I.. (i. IAIIIIUI, und I I be in effect on Fridays as well as i

from the boat trip to St. Augustine, Juin Branch has returned from a visitwith I :Mr. Williams avenue: our late section {.. family. :Mrs. :>lierM it
t Saturday. lie reported an enjoyable friends at Tomoka : man, has been: transferred: to Jacks 11rs..Orton.Li'I : l 1"0il" them for1': week on which people who did not

outing. Mrs. C. L. Horn has one of the pit.t- I I yule and has move-d+ his family to :South snout tune. feel like going;!; u> the extra ense! ':
; Winford and Stella: Brown,of Frances jest flower ;gardens in the town and Jacksonville. Mrs. M. T. 1Llynrs snot Itikireti baveI I
I two charming young ladies in pinafores, she has put herself on record for vvaler- I i I j'l lltd Mr. ll.ijiies at Tampa| : for a of buying piilman berths but wantle -

r are guests of Miss Grace Griggs, on melon raising. Ala watermelon eutgiven I| \"c.rk)Irs. J. }I. \\iese is g<.mg t.. New : 4'uJtlc 4weeks. i I .l t" take a trip oil for an outing :
City time this week.
South Valley street. in honor some John 11: Carter relumed fr",u Tilu- |jean avail themselves thisNY '
friends re'Idiiceil
"f'iliiliD& I last -
&:
r I < i. 'o\I'1'4nztlIl'r| left for his UII.IIlt"rIII'JIII vill<* tart \\,.>.k :url! t.' to retu.tin :
Courtland Eaves is expected home week delicious \p 1"t '
j )
\\aterrudollstigl.illj? i {' i m Indiana last: Sunday rate which l is about one r'f'ht Norman Set
the latter of the week from business from !deer. Dayton
part
a
thirty-five
to forty pounds were + t'. (:J. :Stuart: drove down f run S"-A- ; a mile i fur distaixt-i traveled I, or'Jfll.'U
k trip that included Tampa, Jackson served, all of her own raioing.I : I' Visa: Kieh, wli i I las been visitirig in |
I.rcu.'uIJay: afternoon. : I i fur tIe iMind fromJa :
; Vile and several interior towns ) Horn'b sister and her children. Osage: l ity K turh.1J..t..Ia trip
Mrs. Chos. ..
MiH.uin. who 1. U-en .
E Walter Mrs. O. 1.. Richards I & vir'iting Ml-"! \liibtl I .II.lt.r his tull..1 front'' < ksr.nviHe;.
Burgess, who was over this ano.lt\\in. and M Ir. ; her son aud family in St Augus-' I Plans Estimatesf-
r week ,'illilingith his mother and sis i and Mrs. Harrison of lie l.ulll arevisjting : i; line returned homes :Saturday inu.h i improved + Ikl.runSprings.' Hy e-otisulling jour nearest railroad ,

i ters. Miss burgess and Mrs. Base, was her thisjwcck.: in health Mi-o :Minnie I Jii.aii gave a. very j.lfa- ; : :agent he will quote' joi rates*

recalled to DC Land by telephone mes :Miss Mabel( Hatcher, of IV Land, is ;: Rev. ant toed |patty b..tt'l k in honor of j i I| fur the 'I
1 j Osser prcachc-d in the old Town through! not only none-Jo excursions Superintendence
Mr. visiting Miss :Matlie her friend, Mrs. i:: Ot"n, of I iVIrav,
is of
sage. Burgess theelectric Yelvington.Mrs.
manager Hall ,
| Sunday eveniiii, and the t'Uflgrl'la-:) who is tl-iting her. : but any additional, ]limit <>f
L. It. and
light 1I..nt..t UeLoud. Johnson two daughters I
: lion greatly cnjo'I..lli.tcnilig to the fine McCle-llan ,V IxJviard:: are utilizing tl ticket. If c-aniK.t M-e the Lumber Yard, Magnolia!
li'\laLcland: JCMI agelotur / Avenue.
.
Cleo) a.d I'
Mrs. II. Wyatt and children returnedto > arr \t..1iUII- I music and singing as c>f the Kmgtt f. I t. .:. ,1..t .
f I1Lrt -
day night and have taken I shavings from their novelty XV their home at Bradentown the latter rooms :& ton choir came don u \\ith Mr: Us: :-tr. I( a Ibtdoor south! of lasa4dlst| M : f r"jlMI -

partof last:: 1\etk. after :i pleasant visitwith Ocean ,praJ". eieo.; Morford's family Late moved | ,tilling.tnt'ts the about holes. them and SIt I It nukes sputa in the I !i 1 Ho)'IstoJi. Distric I'assenirer. ( Agent 1'SON, Manager, f.1ltona, Fla. 1 1'iK..t! .Iti. t,1,1! ,

t! her brother, G. L. Johnson and Mr. Boyd and family, of 1'ulatka are | into tin ir new home on Ridgi-wood. ) avenue. '- 1&4'ry of the Nilantic Co.ist (lane, ..lacksonville. I and 1 residentSan 't.
cowl I
temjiorar repair ui.tteri.tl and
located
t wife, on Ocean Boulevard. em Seabreeze avenuehaving ar- .
i and I will i It famished ,
rived the I>eli6| topreM-rvf the rue early of tll.I''k.. '
i What with the teams hauling marl for part \\ \ Carter and two daughters \\Hit ''
'uith
I J. duett I
Will Hill, wife and children Krooker and family, of IMray.l r.cte> t to allY: |>ointd<-siridKOlMHklPKATI.S
Titusville
the streets lumber for are riecntarrivals I to last week, \\II're1: r. CallerI'
wagons bringing; from Gainesville: and will j.j IIIIII| '! i.. mtere-sled in the I'ah".ltfl factory. are r+reUiiig| the l.> ru.iii tvttugr, l'r-

the new hotel on the Post block, the addition the next tWitlr tIrc't".l> on t Man i: They are greatly mi-, ed. i.er |{idjc\\ood avenue and Mam street.Mr. : I VIA AI LAM: IIC -- -- ---- .--- -
;
to be made to the Clarendon and street :Misr lf+'F. i. Whc.du alT"u'III.I.i.1 :\Ir. I'.rooVer u'.UyH'lIt t.. Titutvilkwith .
the .Me\alnUro (h CUI! I MM.: 1..(."I l.\\'A\
improvements on other cottages, || sir return home I last W Ii.j ""
MJiuof ItMaliitg there Ixjt tire "
:Mrs. Sullivan, of Gainedille.: itibit- HIUA-j "Y"f"t1 """"
the 5e\'eraI5quads of men busying themselves ing her ('OU"illIrs.. (\.It"ot (links] at j >|Uit M-s Stenotar miKh! for him nail. be j trumJr.laun\hle" to Janiestonn.'oa .

clearing and .grading ground the Surf CreslMrs. has di-ctdeil to n.aVe his lioiiie Ltrr.Mrs. .
81'! 'Llti ( -h excursion -
Hill.
>
tom
town presents an air of doing something Holly J H. T. MtClellaii und d.. Jgter.iv -
different from the : : B.flletl.If >t. Augustus, u dxnier folk on sale> Tue >la\s and I Mateo
.,. very summer \ '... May ltt.Sul..! (!isle Okl.t. .. .. I Cigars
aytot t :
apathy of the I last fewyears, and resident of I II&!) t'>n.i Beach, acrompanied i lUlly Hill July I IS 1:1'\: It.I |II }Km-t ..
very lamit
1110 jour Mr. Pd.[ CelLui'v! father HIM! rr- Friday ten d.ivs. : I J
encouraging to those who are interested 1 :Mrs. Finley home from theu- j of I Ilaytooa. Will lOUlllKt lll c '>t'rurn
in lU growth. eieutCity, and \\iIU|I".II.I a frttks 1&t the "r.i"u Cliuich), r..-tt :ScihdavufUinoon with him IaG'r. No hi ', at 3 (10.' ..1.I H I.. 11'. A. !Ik-a l'i-r hu dijd of his Mittrests :;: .:. f flf'f"1l iH-ketti i,1|
What came Lear resulting, m an ace i- litre.Mr. here and .. Have
expects to have f r At- MadeA
dental drowning took thedeck : acid :Mrs. 11.\ Blatkbunam {ct'. I k.11. II. fart.r: atn\. d Toe,-'- .. in elt' '}rr', ytsratersIl.trl
place near I laitU UK- (lint- deft wet-k. tit tklliks j
I daughters : I day front Tallahassee, for :r two "etk. within& limit
and Mrs. I
on the Peninsula Bridge yesterday j jafternotu & Au-ley, ate IlIt.tbor :; : of ",,-"atmg either at Ulanta or BitllJi"liIIIUI1. :- I
visit with his family! In-re. .
I I ,. .
about 4.00; 0'd./t.k. Roger& the Seaside Inn; also e.1.. Battow' Mrs.I his .Her Rill not leave until i :..-. .., > ,"lly"Yhn tetn Jo.-I I ]
:Mr insleeper
T. II
Gilmore, the nine year old son of )lr.1|| of Jacksonville, and John 1). Uinehan t'ave. Jr., aud hitd i .tueduwn about the first of .\lIIuJt nr
I mad Mrs. S. I.. jilmore. bridge lender: j je.f 1'al.ttka. ale ngUteredrivaU i a, rt'.t'l.t .r- from 1rtlsln.\.ilklu..J:1): ami rrtun.etl that time !<.. juiititl by trey daughter stopovers allowed ,
.. witkitt
Tutfiday, M < .uIOiUl..I.yIro: 1 limit i
while casting a net, which wud quite a'' (.wrtriKir. cad her mother. Mr( J. 1 H. {
II. 1 ''\t:001', .. who ", illiit with (tie in I
heavy one for shrimp, blipped and was __ fur time King; who are 111,11 :tt Haiti:.. Mrj[ ,. :: ;::;i yaws tickets. Joml min

Ii in some way dragged into the river. j i Died at Ua)tona Beach. i J.a K.: Ifvtie, ciao ,.....te \er frosnI King will aceouijauv lira. Ilea I"'rI" sk-f) .rt, atul-+n'era allowed ', Their Own.

Wilmutis larding, who was fishing quite I Mrs.f Martha( X Srhu> (le'relied atthe i I Tampa. l last week cxfte l.. return to .\u.u.ta.Lict.. is their od! butue within limit of It...'. I.'thSrokane '
bear, hearing the splash, looked around In. I.. User, pastor of tilt'1.. L.liurcii. .
1 !I :Surf Crest, 1).1\hlna lU-aeli Moiielay. :, that city (too- fort'i>uitU ht'U.1..:. It $;.'ti.i; > : : NYah, June III.to .
time ,
iu -
to see lingers! big straw hat go- ( will soon leave for Cuba, mud The of tilt
Mitves Sail
; Ing under theatt'r, and gave the alarm : aged "7 >ear:. of eirg.imcheart1) J JI >i there is pre>b.ohM uler' that Lie comity will join Itini to the rearm of his truogregat: ion here, t., July 1 H, |bruit St-t. l.'tthDnerw :; I > Mateo l'ifar| i, nn Itt t \

to a stranger o fishing near by, but I I trouble !;!':; A fish fry \\/110- h-W At" the (:Mier to take up tmatiioiMLry "urk TIlt preatd rwrte. Stevoverb al-: I I tbt- urcatt industrial! triumphs of tit- hlhtt't; ( .,i-t l '

the man said he couldn't
waler not acquainted, .o that Rogers with the! chance dcpthh of of U.t'l I I lieorge and Walter :Swt-niev, vvelll[ f I:afternollaroJ evtnirg. ejuite a crowd' here iuaaokel's until tire., next t., take annual:Mr. Oder's rouftreace plucc ('hilagr,. i I

seemed quite dubious. In the meantime lUlIWII here and ease here .Sunday j!lj'Oe' \\14, pre l. srnt and a nanny time Has en- Iut his reply bat not yet N-eti receivedAJministrator's Str.lrI'urtlatHl); Ore.. Seattle, ;' I M-ule: ) from( tile l.I"t'II-t prtotttla| of loW..."0 Uua +L.- ..
Xf'arlyUO tr11&tn
Jerome+ Burgman and Mr. Gilmore, j j from Iticliaiuihi with her son. Walter I\ the day and: -"nttlloipmg caushtduring hot to -- -. -.. -- -- Wa-J... Vietoria, 15. .
l who were approaching the Mt-ne on !;j for medical treatment pied:.l with the rich '
having: been litiuDti l
f their bicycles heard the j the guests The young ( cr-of"boyoverboard" indisposed for ,... \t'ralt'tI...:> II the daneiug. the ..., the igar iwlu..trJ Of tI,.
IUU K- t Notae r1 vvenld has
and hastened to the ; I h hereby glt.1 that the uitckn Ya1.C hd Blril: N1. i err .prwlwe.| I Iis t .
death however.a ipute sudden. lulius& ;. and a guitar. U-iug ftirni bed by >igii(:d, U'lrniiiistrator of the relate \A
Jerome
a got there first and pot'l the :Mes AliCf 1' Cl/ristlasogy. dittastij On sits daily limit Ofcler :::1.1st.iVnver For s.de: by all the leading 1.'At'II't..l l
The remain were ...ldl'I.,1 l tll her > rHoberU.. will, outlw : r1aLtsari| Lu.. '
immediately jumped into the I :Mis,; Icu lUulev, ..( Taii.M. i b \isit- third d.iy of Aug'ist.' l'!.('. betneenthe (Vl. .<.il'NI! | News Comiany ?? eery train Wt. pjra. ,
1. I which was chest deep at that point, and home at Indianola fur interment, ac-- : hours vf ttti o tf ck a. m., and hve I nl
f | tog her |iarnu. :Mr and MrsI'. J. Gainesville, 0.1.! !'
o'tloek
of .
said
m. sell I I7"ti''Chicag
fished p Joy. at
up Roger, locating him readily I by I com panied Ly her two HcW puHK'safc Twenty si/.cs.
KIIS. \ llau l I.-\' : M : :,tyll.S and gratis
means of the straw hat, which could tIC ( on Hidt'u..JiV"hUt'. nt the -rchaul- hank, in the (ii tv' ,,, III 1..1j.; to( st/lt! -. it it,I" ,
I m. :Stone- father of Fred Mr of III Iona. County of
:Stones and.Mrs. S. T. Hill of \\n llb'r I ) \'olu"ia, all thi1rsonalpre.jKrty. ;
:seen through the water. Roger was of this cite olluiated 1'ark, arrived guods and chattel! | tk-lroif Mich, |II j \\-t I
at the fuiitralat Thursday ar.tj&II! reiiutiuat i I M'USALI'A' ( \
atill holding em to the cast nel. whichl.ad I j! beK.lplig. tll theatate ..t lie\ |late J O- ''if Niagara Fall \. Y : All l lt:/\I.1:1: r: ,
i I IndianolaHigger) th ir home here until fall Their :i-....l, c-i.-istinu: of ., I iv.i.'i, !' ;
dragged him into the tl.irly :slmrr of
w hen Jerome got him out of water the water and I nitre, :Miss Nellie G. Gulden, ..1 Jwhus- 1'ul h"rtp.&rtu.! | .. Lt Co, preferredstock J.su.1 l'ut-in-BaJ 1 O j.*.!(I.; tblri( ".;;.is l'II.llh|

be ('fieuut "help, help." At first tie I and letter loaves at the ,10\\0,1'.1.rteral .LtlISat. who tl3sllt'tIAItla WiIob.r Park tLeiu for stock to be. U.,..Id LHIiOIWl"GI1JI1IILQtutvr bur tush.H W 3-JaillglJl\. I It. C.. ;:j7ito1 S. W. ROWLEY.

little fellww seemed quite blight but ia 11.1) tons Ualerr. J- them ttre. acsarced w' tiaacy.A ttatt'1kt' (I' CLn- I.+..rkuut, Mt., Trhu :2 l-, 1 .LOK1UA

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Mrs. J. T Dunn returned Tuesday -I J. U Case and son, Leon, were in II I ji Dick) Ray has l>een siieuding the I
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from a visit with her daughter< the city from Port Orange, Wednes) j week at New Sinj'rn" .
Local i i
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: .: at Matron, Oa. day. C. M Wilder drove over to I D..- When buy Lard :
..................... you you get
J. C. Kellar, who has been visiting I Attorney F.V.. Pope, .1 r., return- Land Friday morning, returning in

.We am back at the old stand, his family here for some weeks, ed Wednesday night from a visit to the evening

ready to do your watch repair work. returned to Miami Monday.I I New York. I Rev Wilder left Wednesday) for a more than you bargain for.
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Remember we engrave all goods .
Dr. G. M. Wallace ana wife, of I 1 K. .. Kussvll: proprietor( eif the I few daysij.it' at Miami He will

free.L.. II. Uuv\t & C.,.. The Jewelers. Ormoud!, were the guests of S. K.: Oruiond meat market. was in the ,II return by boat to New Smvrna It's heavier in stomach

Bullard! and family last Saturday.j city Wednesday j C. M. Kitchell, of the Daytona your

Charles R. Dilzt'r, of New Siujrna, eCatarrhcnre'! See II Q Haw ley. !I I. H Know. of Mound (iro\"t', )iI Plumbing and Heating ('u has
was a Daytona \visitor Monday I than the scales.
Davtona) visitor In-en in Titusville the week
was: a Wednesday, past; on on
Miss Minerva I Bond I went to I> ,
Mrs John Itrati, of Jacksonville, Land Thursday for a'isit 1..1 I coining down, in his aiitoinoliile.r. husill .

i it visiting friends this place.) I Lard is a foe to digestion. If Cottolene is sold in bulk. It is
friends, expecting to return todav. j I I ton Hiirlitul'is. writing papers I Miss May Jolley left Thursday' : you ncrcr

.\. I II:. .Sli.inlvs is tiiiiducting a Mrs W M Hankins- and infant I the kind tints advertised can I j; after,,'':jii for a visit with fn-nds had the stomach of an ostrich you put up in carefully sealed tiu pails. .

candy stoic at llciidersonvillc, N. C. In had! at Cl.uk's. | and relatives at (I'ol'umbas and could hardly withstand the .ravages of When lard
daughter Mvra' Maxinc, are you buy you have no

Peter Ladaa! tame' cKivvu frum.Jacksonville ed to arrive (from Baitou next t'XI'.t-1 C'ul.lluslun and wife uluiiied' Z.Wt"ill">. Ohio lard-soaked pastry. You have probably protection as to quality-you simply

Monday aud returnedto day! Thursday nigfct from a few weeks: Mrs 1 Liwrence Movie, ul Melbourne found this out and already given up know you are getting LARDneverthe

that city Tuesday.'Rheumatism' Mrs G. A. Foje left Monday afternoon pleasantly spent Asheville, X C. ]:I arrived Wednesdav and is eating of pastry. 'Tis wholly mind the grade it's just L-A-R-D. On

: See H. (4.J. Hawley for New< York, where she Miss Alma Sullivan is here from I the guest; Xorth of Mr Beach and Mrs W G.Nash. unnecessary! Anyone can eat and the other hand, every pail of Cottolene

will the balance' of the Gainesville for a'isil with her on street
C G. Strohm.oftheMiller-Strohm spend summer digest food cooked with Cottolene, the is uniform-the product is guaranteed.

Cumiany from West Palm mother, Mrs Kd Sullivan, on North cFor :'altCottagt', centrallv lo- It is
| came up perfect shortening. a pure vege- You take chances whatever.
bleach eatislot l ternas..ldtlress) I lifts G'Xeville : no
Ikath the latter of last week Marion left street easy
part to Miss: Thompson Tues table product, made from the best beef

upend a few days here. day morning for Arcadia, where she Mrs Joe Healing) and daughter :: II. Clark left todav for ,I: suet and choicest In the face of these facts just ask

Mr and Mrs. W W. Carter madea will visit school friends for a coupleof Miss! Florence, left Thursday morning :New York and expects t ) return ont i iou vegetable oil. It yourself if you can afford to use hogis

trip to Oak Hill in their Autocar weeks for a visit at points in the New or about Aug. l L". The optical
I neutral in taste lard when you can get pure, healthful,
to visit friends, going down Saturday Miss A. Maude Hobbs expctts to England State de'partnwnt le Jo-el during1 .
and odor. nutritious Cottolene. _
and returning Sunday. leave next Wednesday! for a visit Will UaLill ton, of :-t.: Augustine, his abse'ncv '
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with relatives at Maiden and Suinmerville made his mother Mrs Maria Ilabinglon
Another Xunnally'shcxulatea. '
shipment
1 ( Adams and familv, who % .t-1 I Itle COTTOLENE was ranted a CRAND PRIZE OgW.t po.uLU
( HANKING, The Druggist Mass. a brief visit Thursday at her .l in the hammock northwest of ward) over all other cooking fat at the recent LOIUMAM
home S Purchase Expotition, and food cooked with COTTOLENE
Miss' Llizaheth. Stones came up Mrs F. O. Lindburg was tailed on Bay street this e ity last winter, have deei ided to S another GRAND PRIZE.

from Titusville Monday for a few to Lake Helen Saturday by news of ,, h. A. Dillinghain) arrived return north and) will leive: tonior +. rr "Home HeI ." a book of 300 choice ncifwi, edited

days visit with her brother, Fred the illness of her husband who i is iie-Bclay from Like Helen and W''I'I row for their former IHMHC-. at < 'h ir- J 6y The Mr N..K.Kortr Fairbank i. your Company for a 2c, Chicago.A stamp, if. you addrttt

Stories, on Hellvicw a\enue. working at that place. I I probably remain at home until l.stuwo, X HB NEW fEA TURE-*pete M eir.e>che top oa ek e paiJ M for the pvrpo**
I .f ..ep;..COTTOLENE' clew.frmk sad. lwle_: rt ..U. _..... it
The father is in letter health from .t.-b.(all diMicmKbUodortaf. the irec.rr.>.cli: M hell..d.etc. ,
Reverend and Mrs.' Win. Stones I :San) Mateo Item has U-en I F :Sullivan, of Slarkr. will ,

l'alllt'lip from "Titusville Wednesday ) hanged) in form to a sixteen page Wat 'rinan's Ideal Fountain Pens Irene to )Davtona) tomorrow to take

to attend the marriage of their I four column sheet. The Item in its I guaranteed to suite :any' handwriting : barge of the "arllt'r shop for Ills Nature's Gift from the Sunny South

sou, Fred Stones to Miss! Brown new form is a great New supply' just in at brother Ell Sullivan: to allow the \

Kidney trouble? St't.II.I I Q. Hawley. The W. A. Ilea Der improH'lIIellt.1. I Clark'\ !stationery I store. latter to spc'mia a week with his |par 8

1"il1litrCl.t, Kingston, was Bold Saturday Mrs. Holier: Nesbit and two sons, tints at k'taike: *. -
Mists Ruth V.:. Cuate s, daughter of :
List to Dr. ('. C. Bohannon : l New SJIl'rn.l.t'r of MrsXesbit's
II F. Coates tiC the "'. K, l''. Ify. I' f> guests Mrs .1. Kim'aid and children art WOULDN'T YOU
through the agency of O A. Hit<.!h. : aunt Mrs S W law her, 1 '
freight ofTu-e, of this city, It'ft Saturday s|< 'ndiiig a week! on thebeac h with
for a visitiih I relatives at I Mrs' I 1) A. Morrison, of Jacksonville f -i on I Ivy' Line, for -s-vcral days' I tins Mrs T M Kinc-aid l and children, of i| liKE YOUR

Sat sii maMr I I and her sister, Mrs. K. J. Wal- \week I I Jaim>t4.il.'ho. will !spend' a short I Norman S. DaytonREAL FOOT TO i

ker, Atlanta, arrived) in the city Chas. Gardiner: and fancily are time in IVavtona also before return-j!
: and Mrs W. C. Smith, of the I LOOK
Monday for a visit with Mr. and among the Pajtonians summering ing to her home j 1
force left for
pcstofTice Sunday a '
Mrs. W .. (!dle. on the beach. They are located in I LIKE
two weeks vacation trip. They will I The pergola recently. t'n'ltt'll nt ESTATE.
the Gorum Weaver .
( HIY-I
visit Cleremont, Mineola and other The old bridge over the North .ttage..t the I Beach street entrance of C. G.Buruovne's THIS

point in the State. Canal has been torn down and anew tona Keach residence has been 1 fitted
I t".nt'.f. I'rol"'I'I '. 1st door south ..f f p<.", totlice.V.. H. KI>-
constructed All the Jet'W.. LawliT eider
bridgesover i presiding -
II IIi with of electricfins and!
Ten acres of land suitable for a eonIile :
MON1)MMun)) )
Di\t lit. Plans KstiirtatcsamiSup I
>j t'r. Mn ,
the canals have IK-C-II of
now put ejf the M K: Church, South makes e-omfortable 1
lounging
elery, etc, for sale by t: N Waldron a .riiittii.leiuv I.iimUr )yard J.'f.II..lh'rlWe amid
in excellent: condition this district has been at Fort Mvers
theMe .
I .>.-It plact+ sumint evenings.Miss I F. I'I:. O 1\11: wty. I'lioaes at educe, vanl) :and r..ti'Wr. ANKLES
home
I this we-ek He is eipex-te-d
\\ W Abertrombie, who has of
Rev W. fl. Fletcher Ml this of week Gad Moore* arrive-d from FIT
lain been Jerking fur S. W. Carroll I jthe forepart next 1
week to resume his duties in Culia. i Jacksonville1 Tuesday, where she'
left Monday for Charleston, S. ('., Miss M. I 11:. t.-. of Jacksonville, il
His family will remain here for the had gone from Sanford for a visit, i, I
where he will spend a two weeks and Mrs J 1 11 A. Yaunht, of Valdosta, tLT r
present, but will probably) join him I and em Thursday her sister Miss: i iI ,

later and take up their residtnce in I vacation with relatives Ga.! have ben-n the guests of Uev.: S. I Florence joine-d, her for a visit with I Ii I.1i ........................ ........................... '
W. Livvler and this
Cuba. R W. 1 Rawhngs, proprietor ofllalingt' family \\Wk'i i their parent, Mr I and Mrs W M I Ii I !
I Mrs Vaught is i a !sister' of Mrs I Law- '; ,
Tins sand excavated in making Dairy, located on West lers !i i 11111Irt. ;'ij i Young's Pharmacy I I I

the danel and I basin at the entranceof South avenue, on Tuesday purchased I I I Geo I H l. I.JlhigHilt'S the Ga: I Z
the Oak. wood Dairy) of W A. Mis.: 1-.. K Pratt of Bay street' I (\KIII B. \HMi.: Proprietor.
(I. 0. boat house is
lturgone'a yetteXews fnnn Blakeslev l Pa that i! BOSIONIANS
Bea I Her and took IKHSPSMOU Wednesday I left Friday for Jacksonville, wliresite I
being used by the city to make a fill will 'nd i c-oiiple of flecks it was c"hl'lIollgla there for him to :' J How is it Panning Out? t

over the drain tile used I on First spc < wear an overcoat He leaves there :j I. .
I and then go to the mountains of !I >I. I. the 'tncxlit .\>>ii'ri' iLiiu;' twins .v'''n :ait lintiM, If not. th u i
btrett For first classoik Tuesday) next for Cleveland 1 where : kiml" Mot people look at the
Daytona North ('arolin" near Heiidersonville it> tint the right Ml tin iiu.li. w u i -ill, lx lli tiiH<'lf up fro? :
S. S. Browning, of the Browning i Steam Laundry, phone S. tf i hew ill remain until his return toDatona :I pli\-u.ian |ire+riittH| >lis .11I01 l tin. 't ul\ mud. ri nu.h'I'ItC: : l I" .mj -' I ground at they walk. They tee
I fur the summer in the fall i|j I. (I'cr.l'I I ih: :. 11:1:0:11 I:: :and i I ii: II ;.ni r. :: and judge more often by yourhoes
Lumber) Company, of East: 1'alatka, I 1J" M Evans, principal of the Os- *1'he.luniors of theCongrt&v I : 4I : than by your hat. Do you

wan in the city on business Monday. ceola High School, and representingthe jtional J j Church will !serve' cvfTee and The city authorities are making !I t >'oun 's l'hmlll\\: : Phone I Is: =c want to be judged by yours?

Mr. Browning in a brother of .1. I'. I'niversity of Florida and the 1 Uof the surplus stone from the '!! .'::'11 Ss.Cult P-each; Strut i ifs. end Smth. I'ndgeI =: Bostonians are correct;
sandwiches, ic-e cream, cake and
Browning of this city, but at present Florida FemaleCollege was a Daytona : I bridge foundations at the XIII titI I .......................... e............. .N....mi +.,I everely! '0. Moreover they I
randy, Tuesday, July f I at Social i I stay correct-that i.. hold their.bspe.
in Chicago. visitor Tuesday in the interests Hall from I until .N\ o'I.k.) Procctnls I I Canal on Beach street to put in wa That'. due partly to the

Whether rent purchase, of those "schools ,; te-r trough for homes at the city \\l.1I shoemaking, partly to the
you or for piano. (I **** ***************** ** *** n* **********..**e.e..t#*** *
interests are carefully guarded! I 'I'on llea<.h) strrtt, opposite i Third i leather, partly to other thing.
your I Sheriff Turner and family n'turned )1 r. and Mrs, C. H l.alIIf Clar- Anyway, it'. a fact. Try itl
Norman avenue C : I Dittman: i is sluing! QEO. P. JOHNSON
S. Da) )'ton, DajtonaMr t'trgl' | j
to their home in I Del-ind last cona. arrived Thursday and are the work Prove it.

and Mrs L II. Howe returned Saturday Mrs I Turner and daughters the guests of Mr and Mrs :S. \\'.

last week from Lily 1 Dale, X. Y, had been visiting i Mr I and Mrs, O'Brien )Ir. lair is the prl.pri- E The invasion c.f this localit\ It! v a j I : CONTRACTOR[ I AND BUILDHR[ [ :5 .Iw.e The u omford teed. or thown p.t WHY

at .which place they left Mr.I Howe's O. Weaver, on Ridgewood avenue, etor of the I'r'tKl't'\:1| : Hill Poultry horde of mos
parents, Mr.I and Mrs I .F. M. Rowe, and also) spent somo time on the Farm, at Clarcona i i :Sunday, madelife !hardly worth i: : Pi\CII: IIORIDX. U."Mo.eefulu"oJwJ,. Tlal.dadlht; HAVE .

who expect to be in Daytona the Mean 1 teach I living for .1 few davs, )but for some / :2 It th.nneJ; .bee. eb.
Mrs Benford Deacon went to : : I..tilllah.s: I FUI'I7io..J"t Sliuit .Xotic' : heel Mk' k pr..e.t. THE
forepart of next week reason the mosiputo and his iiumtrIons : uu .
1Oales: formerly in the abstract i Jacksonville Thursday morning fora I tl in. or ,.P,..
[ relatives. did not like! our city : .. .. ..::: BEST
Another shipment Nunnally'schocolates office of LlIltlill.FiRh Ite- Mrs. }F. Hankins. Mrs I"
I : at visit with
l 'hand they I have practic-ally disapjHarlesl ;. All work duct ill a :stiirtly liist-e-lass: in.inntr.f # Miln.rr he.!, ? ;
Ih\U\s, the Druggist, I Land, has taken charge of the office ,Deacon) \\illprohaLh' return today! .i tail ,..I.. :
They are said: to l lie "tillt'r I I. 4
Mr. and Mrs. K It!1. Condit and I of the Con rand Heal Estate! ('0. He and next week will lie the guest of 1 bad 1 farther down the oast i .1g'nt Fut' Staii.iDtit) 'onu'i' :3 3I 3.50 and $too

Miss Ida Woodrkh left on the afternoon is also associated with T. 1 F.: Fitz-I Mrs E. T Conrad on the I HMC'11. i I I-.... +cwt+ .'ec+ we'+eve+....+eweet... .............a...........i. ;

train Wednesday for Chicago I gerald, in the practice of law and Miss Martha" Brown, assistantI Agoil6ous.sifeonSottlilfidgs: J Jj -- -. -- At the
where they will spend threo months that gentleman's offices have been I the Davtoua) High j wool .eve-nuc nude a ginger cake, .
moved the Conrad prillt'il'al i in and mistake hold . . . . .4
with relatives and friends Mr. to budding t School, left Thursday afternoon. for II Weslncsdav bj got T
Condit beautiful home on I', of, a package of niM-et |1"1\\l1..r ill i I
owns a Imlianaptlli'l.ntlt'rson and I Spicejland -
t Lightning sttuek the Tinehurst Ice !
f
t Daytona Company
j stead of whit h she stirred .
the corner on Palmetto and Orange I Hotel at Daw tona Brach dining the Ind Miss Brown will return I ginger !' I"... t sac -.tL'"rti BIr \

avenues i thunder storm Friday of last week, 'i in time for the tall term of sthoolMrs !. ;I into the e-ake Of etnirs the .akiwas t PURE ICEMade '
too bitter to c-.,t. It was given >'IK\\\in &: HLY ,
t tRememlier the Daytona RaJ.c-.ry'|causing damage to the amount e If''| M. K: :--iht'rtlail. ace'ami-I i to .1 dog IK'fore the mistake was di- from Distilled Water. *

I all wants in I the :$:.'.-.. W I H I Freeman, the owner, F.luiUth \\YKKS:
can supply your ] probed her daughter Miss ; ,
I | covere-d! :and the dog I laill down and t I .lc toi\' 11 rue t Hull: ill an.l 1. I.t.t I: .1\11I1t''
line. tf j W M Shaffneri . . . . .. .
bakery and
; i was rt'-emhuTSt'lIIIY I' I to Jacks..nville M.-ndav'. died Insect jxiwder is all right:; in Ufu (in deli. UUIIoIIIJI'. I'"I..\!\". Kl..*

; Clarence Bennett left Jt' It'nla.1) and Bingham A Thompson insure the latter left Tuesday morning for Its |platy !but uan ingie-ditnt ineake mllt'li ul hr over t'"euclllr. A1TO.N t

.!1 for Atlanta, where he will take. the'ttummer ante agencies c.f this city, with New Yoik to visit in llltt'w: England I "F iogrr it is not A suits-ms -- --- -

,. course in the Georgia ;|1 whom the budding is insured | states until OttoU'r Mrs Silernailretunieslto 1 JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY r e &1\ h I 1.\- ttRn7 ti-s '
t, | A collision on North Inns: fa strrrlUtweeii !
Divtoiu
Nhool III Technology. and following }F J J.'C'r, of the1 Merchants I) \ l : Tllt''o-I!'
I' I au auto driven by tits. F. I l..rtIIII.I.L"I.| | i | VMM! I l; I I t.' II MI M 'IlItttl.|| s. LANDIS&FISHATTORNEYS
a ten das vacation at the close of Bank, is the latest Ua."tula) addition ; day evening.
i (Crouch and a buxele ridden) !Iy Mr Uct.VM, IIOMIIIV.
Miinmer BC..LIIl,1Y ill continue with I to the automobile enthusiasts, hav-j .1.II.'uuradcattle Tuesdav {frc.mJacksonville AT LAW i
1 I King, of North Re uh ttrcl Weclnesda Attilliatea With the Univ r.itjr ol Chi.ago.CoI.I.Uit:01.L.ItURAL.ARIS'I'I.u .
the regular term whith eonunenresl i just purchased a Cadillac touring i where he had IK-C-II at I ,. .
ing ,
e\elling n u1tt..I.li"1"lr"II"ly I :; I ,,1..1.I .r. ti...... ..1,1..1 i.n.i-n.* <,,1 I'.s.I lila iii a. :Stab awl I tr-Jritt' f.f.I
September L';,. car Probably no city of its: sire ;< tending me-etingat Atlantic- lU-achj I > tin. ;itci. ,..t,'C-"ii icraliMTo' .. l>....:an tlt) .II ,|I. :.:1.', (f..,!.. l 1..1" --st."..... Klal'h l ,I fontr- ( I" ..i i in.nii i-sKjfu.ii ,
to the l.icjcle. Lot hrI! > >il\, did l littleJamaEe '
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Sawmill < uio :$: t In a- alittt.I ; n i.it.il.i'a-; I.ltlt.I II l1 !I.It I will ='I': .ti: t llltWH fool
At the of Foun in the I'nited States tr jnwsiblv theworld c-f the Georgia and Florida : outsideof . :
regular: meeting ; to Mr King, whit COI.1.I.liEOrl.A\\-I.rI.III.I""YIII.I I :.i .0- .1.11"1".1.1"! i $ lev n\.IIIlaIIl' !!'. t'"I I i i > m lit. i : .1 I'tlr.
has a* automobiles in .Association Mr ('lInrallt'ft "1..n.I l I In, I I.t\I.| I I "Kil'VFITZGERALD
tain : .ili K. of 1'., many little in msitc. IsunuctlanCULL i : i
City fcIIot'0. \\1'\1-1 a few' slight bruise-s, was
: (. MICHAMC: Akisjfc.liltiMi -
Ua.t.ona' Licor1LCtt\ULttiv: : AMI 'I1UU
Monday night, the title of }'agl''U use as has and it is gettingto nesday for Fan: Gallicto: hurt Both jarties were running; I l\ ,,1.1:1.!' I:! t: i r .il I:u.llHII::: "IK ;emit ;\-1.UI'Il1'I: < Tla'Id".c' ...lit1'wllHK I.I u
> conferred C. M. Rogers. The l Ill a very common occurrence to i i annual nutting of the Last (Coat : sluwU whkb probablv .htileI I .n.. iiw 1"lil.I\! I, :: '-' V .H||"||]...ii'litCOLLHiL .
upon unloaded for u-el i'! : try a. Of Bl'MM.Si's: : -l-iuknu i It i to> 11,1..1.I i l ..-. !(".<.kUf|>iiiv; \ht I..?t
lodge recently installed new l station ,, see a new machine Lumber and Supply Coiuj>aiij.J5We counts for sit little '!amage If nig; tiictlioiNI: t:irth.ind I tinl I tv. |.'u Iltllll' Ii: -.t'r, .t|1"fi ill utter Ih I.>"rt I ItIL IIMS1
here n>..utiUirit.I !to. uilt': .in 101.I ,"iiininlioii( I blul.il: i :-r.
stands, altar, bible and a fine seen will for liuttoinpme.s I iloneXorma. .
secure .xou I Ii PRLPAk.stt)1t1 AC.MLM: -tradu.uh"- tt. j.i'n t 1 > 7 MATHS \
fool, flag, the latter being used for Dr R Howe, of Battle Creek, .]I mi luml>er and other} building ; (l'tJ.t, ,,ii i .t nt' Mi. iu I 'it m 'In i.:" aed l till tir-t-.'!ia--.y-
i Williams, the little daughter :NOk.\lALM t> \\OBU. CrlHl.b.-I Ktit'l h' 'rjtutt' 111 I'. .tit i" .In:
I lie first time Monday. Mich, personal friend of Dr. (i. A. I I i materials No one recedes graftsi of Mr. and Mrs T. I' William-, J I'MII4\. I."! : .Ill"., u:>. I 1.. a.: .awptral'.| 101I'.I'! Illl., 'Ill"* ..t.'o-l .J-'L'J .'\ 0'L\ l tI I
; Klcxk of this city, arrived Tuesdav purchase Norman N. Dayton Pt. 1.1'I'' ,.i .' .. I I... '. '" ,t 1-, I I i; ',11.\ \\/1/ W"\lI.\ aLI
uileI 'our ,
Dr.F. .
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Houghton, musical ,.. ". /!! ..
i of Jseabrtere, i. a prodigy.Norma Ml MC sCtlOOL. \ t.I""II"I', ;( orn.ui: a .1..7.! 'n |i.l.u "'I."r"10{ 'I : I
Opera|' House block, telephone 8:\12.:? tf and will be I associated with the ,i I IisytonaI 1 who but seven ..I f :.lrg..Is.litt: tli. ,"','l.t Ir*- i" ..tinhKF ".
is yearn I LVVA1'Ek
of medicine .\ SCHOOL.st: at|... ,'o-tv .' a-t-i..|. i. .T. :
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latter in practice ; at has l hri.mi taking music. leswiisfor I ,, IU-M"'I't i-. ta i 1..1 'iiv.. ; J
Another excursion print ipallycoloretl C. J I Sc: onniakc-r, ix-stnustsr age :>tftiI I. i :vii :t\.1 4- i.i".fror- an.J ; he mist St.ltr l.bl. t.
They propose to conduct a sanitarium !I I.a.t"t't'k r..11l tl..IIII\.r..t.\I ..MhNA:... I Harvard 1'ai.! I'trtu.itl t ..IIII"t'II.> 'I lot"litiUlcrr .
people arr'ned: from Jacksonville something that is.t'ry muck Cocoa. joined Mrs( Stkooiiniakt-r the |IIol..t two teary. \\" -t. I.in-ul... |UV\\.j.tlll.| I'tti ht. tin i' kti-:l'!, I un-r-itv.' ..f Ml: IIIICI&II I K I ILICTkIC: : LHHIT I,
Monday and returned to | Sunday! at her sisters, Mrs :S WU she astonished even her teacherM's olitUi.l ..tl..t I rtie,.rItoTt5t1'. aiv, or $:. .11 t.I ind.ii.rHi. : .I .-|1'111|,. '
needed) here, part'ularly in the mvnt '...arlv" 1I1I1".IIII..lIar.I'I\\ .11t .1I.1.\\.j l iIotIUfli, over 1 I I PLA-T: ;
I Edith Mioemaker 'platt..r|
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that city Tuesday evening. There "Brien, on Magnolia avenue, I '
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were between two and three hun- winter season, proceed ''whom she had been \isiting for two her a composition of her own written w lad..w+. i oil {.minting*. a tl' ....." i.ij" "iiran .' ., 'uUIII..t! .. :i\\
out their plans as soon as a I bar as ',,<'lordtliUtn: rh-W. 1"111.11111( tra. u....ti..ir..-.. 1.1'1 i, .1...'I
carry Pome according to the rules of 1.'uat\1. ;
dietl. excursionists and band saidto weeks The to ..
a decided) parlent IIHMM! and KrichroD. U-icfc-( -\\ inniuti. ;, olt row iIII/: 'in-l otter ,la.rto.rp'u.tr|
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be made up of musicians from suitable upon Park Monday ill Mr O'Briens auto many, with time signature's i and I aceomjunviug -- buildings lor nwn and woim. ten tal"co: !tat"ratt.ra.i. for 1 (liHiiwtrv. l'bi i '-,. U.i & DATES ,

both Jacksonville and St. Augustine. JAn intimate knowledge of the I and took dinner! at the Pacrtti vs expression marks II titeriwkigv.t I ". .. .trj.I..II"IJtlt'ral"gy. s-ti-antlrlt.ant! CI..Iy.: ,'''in.'utwail.t5C!,-\.ral! Icent.mnn!: roadbnad nm-i" awe i nlmix.ivint\l.tiIii5fct .1'," ',

budding interests of[ this localityw House Mr xhoonmaker returnedto was: a hvmn written in two ke'>-'i,, ..l.Hi-' ';}ntpuItrtit't.rl. uiM tin.. *...ml. !lit.rarx' ninni'.vl uu! otUt i,!" M ATTORNEYS AT LAW i ittlIOA i
JNTo charge for preliminary plans i ,, !. i'
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ano auc'es, and and relative I -let "'t "r": .r a i I.r'' I n.o '
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save you many Cocoa on the evening train and major mmcT i I-' 'r" "I 'I I In
anti estimates supervision of work Let advise it aL : .ii 1
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Mra Schoonmaker followed: Monday altogether a st j 'ire w4 ;a e' .j( a I
1 at actual cost. Norman S. Dayton, with you. It costs you nothing. afternoon. ..T the .f her age LI'COLHLLU: : r-h U. Litt, U. L.;:L. L>. UeLANl MJ, aL .. ..C!, < .1 '
: Da,tana.It Norman S. Dayton, Daytona.

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