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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
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Alternate Title: Gazette-news
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Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: August 17, 1907
Publication Date: 1901-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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THE DAYTONA GAZETTE= NEWS.







l v o19\ No. 12 d... '.."wO.... gentles All CI..... Daytona, Florida, Saturday, August 17, 1907.) Bm *. ".... Mctf-L"" '" Ugyl" and Vltl.;" Price 5 Cents


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Bargain Days Saturday Will and be+Monday .1 JREMINISCENSES, OF TRIP TO CUBA;: i. THE CHAS. E. GARDINER CO. i.

: BY c. M. BINGHAM. : .
Of f each week at I ............... ..1......................N.N........ ...1.111.....1.......1.... eeeee61.. .
our store this summer. - - - - - - - - - - - - - .

Editor Gazette-News spent a very pleasant week taking { wife The (captain showed me the DRY GOODS MERCHANTS\ :
Today and line ofLADIES'
Monday we will offer our entire
Thinking perhaps some of 'your rides on muleback over the country various phases of regular army life, ..

Y SUMMER HATSat readers might be interested in Cuba I with Vic and Pino, visiting San II explained the operating of the big ;: : Anthony Block, Phone 102, Daytona, Fla. t

very great sacrifice. Come and get your pick of I I will give yon a 'brief account of I I Diego los llanos, which they said guns at Fort Taylor which by the J ..

the lot. my recent trip to that country. meant "Baths of the Saints" The I way is very interesting I took part : ---- .

In company with I. H. Thompson::! I water boils! up in large streams andis I in the rifle shooting' went tihingl J \r.H U.S.1) :\\' t I'LkISIIItJSU :.

The Peck-Hendricks Company. (.usually known here as Bert) I left of different temperatures: from with Mr( Wanll-iw on his yacht, '; NEW GOODS.Prices :

Davtona June _I r/th at 1 I'a: in cool hot and is almost idea and in host l : *
on to ha-1
.........4...S..................................-.... p I very a \ery pleasant'timit. .
We arrived. in Miami that} evening ti'alYith our own sulphur} This I 1 II..it Key: West on the ev : as low as the market will afford. :

..................................................... and went aboard the steamship! little tv has! a fine hotel open all ruing of the :.".lth on the Miami" i i : :
Miami," which we found to be one the ear'and several that and arrived! in Mi.uni and :
are OJ-M next day at i| Jiinon \Yeill he dt'lijjhti'd to show you our &good>

: M. ELLA DE VOY CO. : of the best of the 1'. A l). Line. during the winter season. They are I i! As the. train did not leave J havi- you 1'X11111111' them raivfnlly.: TheyMV. selected :

We left Miami: at 0:30:: C) the nut mostly patronised by the :Spanish; i il until 7 p m I f<>und scvcraf hours I :

: LADIES' HATTERS : morning and after a'try pleasant l eople from Havana ]I lime to while\ quay. but met. I.it'IIt.\I \ : for you with t .lI'l'. .: 1

t Correct in Styles. Personal attention to Fitting.? trip arrived at Key West about .S We also visited Consolation del' llrosMer, who .took mitefor a : The Chas. E. Gardiner Co. :

J No II South lu-a.li Stm>t, Dajtona. fiViVf o'clock p. m. As "f't'r to lay Sur, which is one of d.t'ery old ride in his mat.bine. visiting Iim I : :
:.111................N.............................. there for hours called' lU-ju-h Stiver
A.t'IIllII,1 has of the Block :
two we on pl one mot>t ('II), Henna Vista! and Little IJiver.: : Anthony .
---- ---- -- -- Mr( Wardlow, president of the ItayI quaint cathedrals on the island That i>art of the county mrms to tie ;
I DAYTONA( FLA. ;
I Lupt'l Cigar Co., who in a relativeof During the war the soldiers; occupied Oil a IKMHII and has grown: a great :
Mr Thompsons At his resi this cathedral and the. marks i during; the past h't'.UtI.. I Ideal *:...................................................:
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I Miller=Strohm Co. ,1t'lwt't'! four I George Allen collector of shot are very plainly seen. This l.eft Miami on time arriving liomejn '...................-.-.-..-..--..--..--..-..............-...-..-..
k of the |>ort and one of the was: wlitre 1 first' saw the water j i the l earl\' morning train the :>t lst' 'i *, .

Successors to I most! prominent \citirena the city; carried around( in large barrels t!, The"1..1" trip' was full of pleas-1 *.

PECK & FOSTER. f and also Capt Gcigg, of the Coast mounted' on wheels and sold) to tilt'I'tOOpll' i I i I tin* and \ari.i| es|
Artillery Capt Geigg was military generally.: i I gi ullf l ) IK- at home again Ihiyloua i J .

Family Groceries | i instructor\ attathed to my regiment We also visited the city of Pillar I has many advantage! over thc ** .
i : tSut't. to E.: T. Conrad ,\. (Co d :
i at camp in Tampa last year del Kino which has :"iOUlO, popul.1'tion places farther away and one nerds I : ( e: or : .

Drain Fancy and i is well and favorably' known to and !setiiifc! talC prosperous.' I only to g' away from (home to appre- : .

I and FINN; the officers and men of the regiment. .\ cavalry regiment is stationed date! it.Fora. I] Carry. Full and Complete :
We left Key West at 10) o'clock here and they hate explored the' '! pleasuie trip to Cuba* of'I' .

"IT'/ ALL INTML iMROf l'rrnlllY' I rahtcit t and had a pleasant run across the I country and made maps which show ; tvurse the winter i is the best time J Line of Plain and Fane. :

'rn wwwwuwwwwrwnwr, wwrn wHw nwrwrw rrkrrwenw., r, rwrrKrnwn uw Straits arriving at }Havana; very I all roads and trails over the mountains [ for not only is it cooler limit there: Jl J .

---- ------ --- early in the morning The vessel until they are more 'familiar I l are a great many more Americans *
tt.................................................. I' ashorein { GROCERIESo !
anchored and we were taken with the lay of the land than are the I I there, the theatres and other | jl j ;

Bond Lumber CompanyMANUFACTUKeKS I I the tug", after an inspection!! by Cubans themselves. II l! places of amusement are running' :J

I the health officer of the is| ort. Wt'i I From Pinar we went to the south; I and guides can I- oltaill..1,110' J :

Op |111|Ufeed the custom: housw inspection coast to a little village called Co- I speak Ixrth Kuglish. and :Spanish.: J .

ROUGH AND DRESSED : with very !little delay and were soon lima This was the only place (During the summer a great many i, Jof J CLOVER HILL BUTTER. :

PING AND CYPRESS LUMBER : "at home" in M k Thompson's room whore I saw mosquitoes in any i the people go away to France $ ..

: t fon top of the r, of of the buildingin quantity during my trip, an.11 I did Spain and our northern seaside: retorts J .

Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime : I which is his office, K.mpedrado) not bleep under a net during the Then nearly t't'rymt'rimll'I'. J The Conrad Grocery Company .:

and Cement in Stock. onir. slid lardt F..t .'i1 O). Mr Thompson being the headof whole' time In the foothills, : and liguts on a vacation to the :Slates: : so : '
Hallway and orauge ATCIIUP : I 1'. T Conrad ,C ('o s old! stand.Groceries. :
the Spanish Treaty Claims! Commission mountains we saw many emus of that I sawCulia more as it used tobe. : .
MIMA-Kalamatno.ou Boud Mill AU..Ue Haalurd Coat Hr I.ln..ocbof Rjr IB.lUll. f wiles Fl.;.P.tout R,b. of Jack ton Till* : with forces all o\er the island fine old buildings which we weretold 1,, C. M( HIX..IUVI .....................................................

I: was busy during otiice hours were once beautiful estates -
Phone 8j R. J. MALBY. Manager. : .............1.Itr.t.t.t.t.1.t.t.Ir1.1.1.1.1.tlrt..t.
but after hours we had many excursions Mr. Johnson Las automobiles i' .
.....................11N.................*......... two THU; RACE l IEETIS \
that wt'rt't'ry! interesting tome and took me through the Havana'
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----- -- -- -- -- --- visited Colon '
In Havana we Heights which former townsman
our NOW ASSURED.
.ihWRNr hh'li'
A. o. lk..luoe F. N."f/\lIrA/ 3: which is now used as a prison for They have 22m I acre in this tract ,
I
PrtiMcat ColiterMERCHANTS the island, the college which is near and are building'" streets and sidewalks !if. t.tlwarJ Spooner Says hat I Auto ; r

BANK i i'lir. I he fort, and various public institutions through it. The laud is rolling !I Manufacturers have their NOW YOU ARE TAl ,KINO! j

'. j l In the way of hospitals, ass : and there! have Iron a numlier Cars here in :Numbers. .
..'r V.lutU c....., B..U 3: lyms! ,cathedral and various buildings of fine residencvH built That's Business.
Capital Stock<< .. ........ ....... ... .. .. ......f 5U,(*).)>> 5 which are for the care of the : In his weekly automobile 1It'I, My

Pt'rllnal Liability..... ....... ..... .. .. ... ... ...... IOU.JIW) ) j F. people, Cuba' seems to (haw everything Cuba, the Pearl of the Antilles' I letter to the press, F Kd: :Spooner; i j ji :a
was made to be the garden spot of : I take |pleasure> in < ailing f for your order and J
Traitactt a General Banking Bu lneu. i it6twellkuowmit; correspondent who :
j that is ,
neceswary.I the" world and it is due to the Spanish ,1..liH'rillg |promptly|) what \IIU want Mj stock Ji
is always: "on the has the following
:
; 4 l'ent. I Interest Compounded Quarterly Paid onRaviIli'I I was issue) a card to the American misrule and the lower native element I sjxit. : > always fri>Ii amid Inn.ind: ) 3'.(in trade will J
. p..r to uliout he propoed' I
. say jautoinolnh
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Account Club, which is! the meeting that it is in many ways unde j !Ill' highly ap|>rc,'iatcd and will taLiit are ..f J
l s \ races at Ollllllllll.lIa"I ) > .'-
E place! for Americans and which is! !''Iiral.lt''I.t'n the time comes that I tona.I i : I'luiiie nitv'\ tir wants J
Safety Iejosit Boxes for Ktut \ one of the most complete country I Cuba is a part of the I'nited l ltalt'l'l:: I I
"What cf Ormond Havtona i :
(for
WNm NNN ,AY.Wf\WMWf.'NINN''AWWMWWWWWWWMVftVMVMWAMWWwWNorman + clubs in the country. We sjient I and the Cuban and :Spanish: flags, I 119.1 I $'' S.V. CAKROLL i|

... the Fourth at Camp Columbia are done away: with, it will be made : ,
"The li"u
nest ill being fie|Uentlv. :.
and witnessed, interesting
a veiy a paradise and Americans will Hock .

i tit'M1 a)'. There were some! tfriOUtloops ) there The wealth in the' city of I!, asked cannot now, because lie run the The Vatidcrbiltrace shows :: The North Beach st. Grocer. :

stationed there comprising Havana ill mar\elous During the .
I will be through early und Ameri-
S. Dayton 'I the _'7th infantry, the 11th cavalry, past[> year there have keen l over iVnioBuildings I :|lean makers have racing cars tin ,' :: '1 flt'Iihone! Nt 19.U "

I I band, four batteries of light artillery t'rt't"tt'\l and many of theseare i ishetl) and also have an unxnty toI .ttt.t.t.rrtrtrt.r.t.t...............t.r.r.r.....t.ri
and mountain batteries. The program built without regard to what i
r : try them out. 'flitProutoters of
I : was writ gotten up and they will cost. I
(Ormond-RiUonaare thinking
I Plans Estimates deefv'ly ,
seemed to be carried out without
a There i is no trouble to get into '
; and planning' out things, and the
I hitth On Saturday' evening we Havana in the but it
summer is!
j 1.1..1..1. racing IKl and i is than
u : went to Matan/as( where we met quite another matter getting out. inure Norman S.
I Superintendence, ; anxious to aid them to make the DaytonLUMBER.
ft Frederico IVlgado l l who is the thief I I went to the office! of the steamship: I
event of ne\t year the greatest!' ever
o Lumlwr Yard, Magnolia( Avenue std F. t. 1'. lfailv.tly.l{ interpreter for the commission The. company on the 1Mb. and was' booked 'I known min Onuond-DavUuia) J Heath

f Heal Estate oflice, 1st door south of lostffte.t" 1l.| II- next day "t' spent in riding horse- for the 1a."I\'Ullt' to sail on the ; --Itremiisguite' probable that along I

MON1)SN. Manager, Da\tona, Kla 1'hoiirs at f.ffiie. yard bat'k around and through the :L'3rd. Then went to the otiice of distance race will IK put on torrplarethr i
Yumin Vallev. which to me wan the (F. :S.: Marine hospital wherewith :
and resident. /| 'alldt'rbiltIlItt'tlt; ami' '
one of the most beautiful sights I twenty others was examined as1! that lovps will I be constructed on tlie'beat Yard, Magnolia Avtnur .uil;
I ever saw.The to temperature and was then taken' h and land MO that the cars may s. f ILstimatcs: and :-tq: |..rlllel.ltn i:. > !:t'al..r: oft,r

,), '. -----: i city of Matan/as is! clean, with in a tug to Tri "\rnia. the quarantine [ run continuously for distance IKld.M.rMlutl..f f I'. < >. \\' 1I1'.I'I l 'Mo.MKM .N, Massager

' hhNN.IINN.IhN.1NHNN.M.1hhhNNN... wide streets aIH11It'autifu11uilJin l s station! across the harbor any done (IXtTtotia' .1..ritl. l'h''in ,., a' ..HKeard: .ind reti ideme
With
;1I required this it itpiobable
'Vt1EN YOU ARE: CONTE: U>LATINO and a fine harbor. I.'. "1. .h' hnson, The station i is "n the brow of a Mutt that the Kuropean: makers

of the Johnson A Wall Company, :';it t feet high surrounded. by a wire' i
'I getting a ((1ahauilt'tl hon 'I'UII\. a lit'\\ Tin H'IIf, a Hut Air Fumal1', will send to this cwuitry their fastest -
invited me to go out to their Herra-' fence and a guard. of soldiers die I cars, and that the American

I or any "f tbn, other lUt'tallll't.t'ssilit'M required t'l ''UIUIIt'It' a ultslerrldwellitiK : dura property al">ut ninety miles' Cuban[ rural guard < who let no one Itakerswould) IIW.t them on tl\,.. i
. west of Havana There I foundour out There we spent live days
! 1.t'IIIt'mbt'r that 'tide-rolled! >.inds once alias City Hotel
, former townseople| the Vuilla wh'uh paused quicker than one "The |>roK ,ed hlril'llt'tl| i l f..uung; y

d SON iimen The company) own a large might !''IU JlI'ost'' TI.t'rt't'rt.'. j-eople car race at a Ii lg'fktanri alslie >
NASH inav <
i 1 I C. : I : ( trait here and have sold farms to a going out and coming in every dayso contrMtil lieie. ana 4 it r is .u-l t. OPEN All 1HE YEARI E i iif ,

1 DAY1'ONA )'LA. 11 goodly number of American. who that we formed many pleasant acquaintances Lt' .t'rt.in MOW that things:. will te i

1/ are best prt'part',1 to gift i prompt and reliable service at fair prirtwi 4 4I 11( are l planting copy i of tobacco tomatoes The people are divided banged! aroiin-t. and that th. !I. !mgrams / IMI
\ | and other vegetables as well asIJ into three classes and< kept in' .. .
\\illl.. .
IIrol.t with
.n tit.-
put :; I able Hoard.
llI I i General repair shop on .ullisia Avenue. Text tu tl.erm..ry. I I orange, lemon and grapefruit separate 'Iuartt"h't.'. saw people bunts inside winch the tais u.,.at i
"tJI'k I'IIlliritt',1. ; [ I and those who have settled of nearly nationality in the
j I hone 5. Out uf town i groves, every run to eligible to the, sh Mt.-r, .1.i staiuera.es.

r / 1...........................................'p' |. permanently seem to be well batis- world the most curious, being a "I'uder MU h .1 "mod,-
: tied with Cuba Vuillaume I band of Mexican( gypsies.! ... GEO. H. MATTHEWS
f leak cat N which have kilie-i. I >II'i iHH I
.N.N.............................................1I :* i has charge of affairs in general and Every evening after dairies: we ,> >ud-I Ia1to11.1Ptt> : .iilg. in the |MI pkuNklllUk. i!
: K l lA It. T.Hum well the brow of the hill and ,
J.B.O\KR180X : is making a large nursery! as II went to would
I j I U barre l I'ra.tica1l .if i>e

( : close examination t>f electrical : I several hundred acres of grove. watched th" ever varying sights of ,: f.,rce.l) to run ill a lass by themselves ................................................... l lr
11 1 work finished and charged for Victor has a comfortable home the harbor. Heir were ships from'e .. .. .. tl'trkr.ttt
h ... tbs. ii 'I.' ke
:/ i from this shop show s bo-v squarely : about 1' miles out and has a large \ery part of the world and right in ".\t any rate, there is every :,I. I I
( I and honorably we transact our : acreage in citrus fruits in charge. front was the wreck of the ill-fated 1
L business. Electrical repairs: receive chatter that Onnoll.l.ll.1' .ton.& will : ti111 .\\11.1. ()l'IIIIS :

Z special attention. Those : He has horses and dogs and does Maine. have a greater meet than ever in : .. -..- :-1-- ,.. .rID t...,.... : 1
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considerable hunting which is good. On the l'3rd? I with a {eutL r, I llXto and that ., ..
the list will be _. "J..r ij
.11 who employ us never worry about i entry .. ,..._ ; a,.. ;. "i .I'.r' I all
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our chargesand they know before Deer, quail and other game are! was taken off by tug to the steamer the largest! ever knoWorl... tl> ... "J-- ,"", ..... .... ...r"'I. in*,. ..illTJI. .,..1 i
i..1 : w .II r to :
: enraging us that our wotk- : plentiful. The company has a Cu Maacotte, Lad a pleasant and smooth that end is now going on and l with ... _. :::; _' -.t.' elie'.1>,1 .... u...... .
I : man hil' will be the font:! : ban, Armando del Pino, who has passage to Key West arriving i thereat .. the aid of the racing{ board much : i .Iln'-.L.yu.) ..I.tt I. ..

of the Cuban of the territory 8 where I met and good .is bt'iogt"Wmllisllt..1 even at .. .. ,, .. ..
Its i Co. i charge part p. m was this! early date'' : :..:- : r. \\ ... .v 'u ii" iMALSBV i-' :
Electric
s tt.T Daytona and is invaluable to them. taken to the Key West Barracks -- -- I II.i.. .. .' Lim.' oj .' h. t id'l-- d.1 I Ir'trr_ t" :
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and educated in the States .1 I with Capt Greigg and his estimable Laundry phone .* tf
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U ruitLisiui:n F'I: .SATURDAY( ) Port Orange, Aug. I1*-M r. T. Pattillo, the latter'a launch, Alma and Chas. i iSusLaum. REPAIR SHOP. Kingston Aug. 15-Horace Hull and furnish house this

T. 1:. nrZOLRALD, Editor who has been spending a six weeks %a- R D. Taylor and Ralph '! family returned Tuesday from Calabin. a

-- cation in Atlanta and ucinity returned 1t 11 1t Dr. ITudson last Thursdayand
Erickson in the Ruth R made : ar\'o
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home Thursday] Ii on Sunday two excellent fall call and talk

.; THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY .\ nine-foot bark wa landed from fishing party to Half Ikilbr Island ) The Central Automobile Garage Will lrmon: Mrs praha Uud.n has not arrived

IZ\COm'OHATEO ) I the bridge: Moiuln the forepart of till''f' They I : Build and Equip !Repair Shop For but w exi It.t.'hurUy.. with EARLY

i __ I' 1 P. W. \\innaiid) J. U. l>3\ illft' entering -. i found the fishing tvuxl and made a' Automobiles and Boats. lAltr fn"l I 4 her late that he prices us
business I
into the
cxtensiiely celery line 'att-h of t-avala and I I delighted th Cuba and fet fie
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principally .UI
l Entered at the IWolhoe at I.I'lonFhlnd..\, as Second Class \lattar.SUBSCIHI and bop>e In market a g,,od crop whiting On the return the boats ,i S: H. Green, the hustling JroJrie-) will like his work so we can give

-- -- -- next spring.Limo tor of the Central Automobile Garage C. I.Beers, who for along time had I
"''FIN) RATa I :: DujHiut and Mater, Miss Jessie, had an exciting rate, first one then ,II been a delivery clerk for time Miller I !
has commented work advantage
t Irate Saturday for an extended visit to I the other being in the lead, but the on a large r trwIimCo of Daytona, hal metered l you every

... . ..... .. .. .... .. I amt machine shop for auto- :
One One copy copy sit on month year :::'.''':'::'.' :.:.... ..: .. :.::::: :::::::::.: .:: ::::::::=:::::-.:::: :,3 Jacksonville surrounding territory I little :Aim finally won bv a matterof repair) his connection n ith that firm sod -n- I

........... ......... ...u <. (I. Martin will leave in a few day mobile! ;\UIII".at work tered the employ I ':. lyman. "ur possibe.We .
One copy three month .. .... ... .... .... ..... ............ ... .. fifty yards.Citizen's. I .
torn month'c vacation. expecting: to The new building 'illite located l l i! pt
AOM.RTIMMii : RATES. "Littlealo. League .Notke. i direr tly noithof his prtMiil garage Carl Saxon rct rnel uinJay truss buy our goodsin

t1 i 11151'1..11' .11)1'1l1'ISI\II1': : : : ::. on Magnolia au-nuo It will Ia'33i311 ; Orange !City, where he leas kl

; Kale |nr Huh |lit r million to regular advertiser*. ..... .............................10 cruta 1 1II.utlll"'lu'lIli.u., will return magt to +I To numbers 'I f"Citi/.fiis League: i 11(1)(1| f'1.-1 car lots to
Hate p per Inch pier Inset IUon for less thin three wtittIi ................. ...............13; (ttnt hold Juan the Lake. while .his brother this all that j ft in Mie. on-, story Ligh.I Chaffer made a Uiaiueee trip save
r;i Rate |per Inch per lust'rlion for single Insertion..... ......................................-W rents : u aw ay. i is to notify members with metal owl and t emeu I Hour, i Oak( )1 Hill Friday of I Last \\tk. returning I

"<.d. J'. ... HI'\l>1xn XOTlrJ on I.C.\L$. Mrs J. I.. l'altiUo allli children l leave I a considerable number of rereiy-I I and will be used exclusively for a'' :Saturday breakage in transit.

f' Uate flU line, tadi<< insertion ..... .. .. ..... ............. .... .. ............. 10 tentli1KS Saturday' for a two weeksi to about this section have been j John returned from
a
: : ; :): : machine and repair shop, his present Pulr Monday II
FOIL CHUKCHI, I ODOHN E1'C.o. friends in Levy County. ed as a result .jf our advertising, 'trip to Jacksonville and points in Madi-
I All club, socuty organization. lod,e and thunli notitt than l't.ligi"uII Moe Marguerite .'aDJ..rs1&:5: in town and that the tiles of I the 1. building to be used for the stor- j',
Ifnices. 5 ct'lIt"IIt'r line. CanU: t.f thank!* ;.U tints rat I 11. |Ile IsstioiJ; rent sundtv for a short visit to her oldsuit. secretaryare I age of cars! only. | bon County i I Billgham& Maley Co.

per line. begot ndMilMngittligal .! ( 1'1I.11..r friend here were luex always ojn to any member of The engine and electric light I Wallace: Cirtt 1'.0 gone to E:{I.auola '
(..E\:: :KM. PKO\MONs. the league desiring! to examine j for a visit, a< ,'ompttu)'mg Nero Jotjjsou
kind. hv than ;lltt mils. pit -il"l\ glad to ser her again. After I plant will be tinned from the old of that lied l-en viMtioj Ci; |I
I I.W No klU,h* (barge for di:play a.lt et tiviiig; t>( itnv plate ,11 I
,' ill. I. a wt. Ii-- viMt with her sister Ml*. IIi. same, im biding all (ttniimiinuatioud 'i
NWt amI1beumnifroreJi'ithsf.athe.i: lsriti.an \" .p.vt.J: fslUw.n &...0 un *.1.' l.oh.. ..mli, m I"*)hue, the will rei and itipit&uf. the replies thereto uhmery added to take tare of Jul.f HebdMi, whw hail been smug I{
t leas than tit a ism hrs.ua.lt.ttL.ru.uha.. min 10 hl rm b..mil duties in T"IIII"It..II't e. any '
.. This uunonnt'einent in made ill her mother, Mr*. liuller. rrturue.l i|
I _\ replr.tforlhrlir't| I p lI M" ', inxforIt work that come in Mr Gretuh
I I I Ellna: IIIIN l'llri-lialll'Y: had the order that all ') arty owner and .. may {! \\nlue-Mlay to l lr hoinr at Lrpaada.I
than(() "..r.i.. lo tin m< hAll Una hive Iris horse slip and fallwhet .; urdertsl'a lathe! slujK-r. drilling I E

bills |pa)',,"l. "ii th. lir:.t ..f n" h iii.-iilli' i I..i ing the bridge t-unday afti'r- real rotate agents may have an e.pial tiliinc" emory heels! au cIcutriedrill I

I""'n 11 rtiumtd) the horse was not chance to sell or nut prupeity to i) J. T. LONG i i
ami all other tools and( implements i
t SAII'klAI'. AKit'sl' 1 I;. IU7. I (hint ,iid the ot.i'up:mis t>f the buggy those iiiipiiring abut the district 1 to Sai
needed of this kind
m a shop \ -
,
It !' .ro. i. 'I| i "I)' the uuonvtuiebie of .utt'tl by this Ixagne DraJer in i Jackson'.ile
tlr run whil,' gelling things righted repirsi and he will also have a place titled'!I .

: NNaNN'' I 1..1 IUI..H', .., Jl i. lk..wn.Nr tlw ...r.1 I', N. Rify:. : VN, Sexrrtary Fine annah Ga. and return .
!"!"!"! i it !: I Iht bridge. l being nt \\ it u really danpious up for the convenient handling of | (Groceries! i i ,
.
.t tlllu't'.n.. and Pin

: Sl-ABRHl-ZI: [: : : and j Illt ti+ < l Pn.t: J. II ::0>tl.l..ii IIIK U:(,*..! Nothing\\I..more II wet ha L't'C'1I heard of the Baby Show.A auto lime and old) boat building biippbes will U. rrnrsl- I Choice Meats.1; $3.00.

(I.. I mlilinc f..rl: It till ,.f onear. .tmlIlll "
about It( 1intt'r.
1mn w hotel. talktd .
:
1 f DAYTONA BEACH: j ,In I II.) ,. Ml.llf< :> lilt lit "f lllHH>ll. It.,)'. bat wt ate hoping| for oiiietliing to maItiidie : baby: shin will bo held at I eled HDinewhat and will store tigh i I Jacksol\ to Columbia

r. will 1"11| up a ft.in.rut iiittth:tndiMli I during the coming winter heating l'asiuo. Davlona) I5ea 'h. teen mathmes It will also hair a "II k..t1 :i 'IIi i.f gums ern -

:......................... .nII i 'I In-iuvi)' frididsof t':Ilt. and Mrs : lint 'I'hurstlavAug. :!:!, for the plant fur the sturagt' II f rlta.trit. maliltieH 1 '" :110 FI.b and \H'"h'rl me.its ; S. C., and return -

*>abreeiuj Ii: At imt.tug I.f I:. Ilirttt HI..| fatter irtuiiieil (tow t'h-f. Ko/zard will lie pleased to hear i beneht of I'metvoml Vmetery ( i ali av. ... ) b.mmd ( 'orn<'i Fairs jew

ILe'illl.1 trusteelund.v niht (Intoutratt Hot >|iinn* this week, ant wilt (,i> into I thtt tin)' are to arrive III New \oikj l-uttiestutI.e.mu. It' Bin Iaa1U I I avtnne aUI! |l.i\l.ni. .titftDAYIONA $5.00.
at Tile 1 new shop will bt I t-ompleted
tin .1(11"I..iItl for thofnll and I -
f fur putting UI' a windmill and .1 win tit xt week. fioiii" Irrwetiy; amid will reachfurl -
| A Malay's Mon in this city or at and ready fur busimss by O,'f. I I.
ttr : Via SEABOARD Air
tank, ttll u.u]'artmentu f. r toilet with Orange! in the early fill IhejCaptain I PRIVATE HOSPITAL
!Mr... Owen and tlau hter. |i the Seaside Inn and the number til
fluth water 1).lfIU.1.1,1 to plumb I )nunge.t and Mrs ozzrad report hiving: the tt>ntrat't for the tarptnter work

Kitrhell Ih mdimll nil l-e suite :! '' fttlt't'. :ire over from Iutic.: otcupvi had t Best delightful! time during their I I the entry designates the position in having liven undertaken by I. 7. ;\ AND SANITARIUM. Line Railway,

Heel ,.( the Town Hall. whuh will 1 l I.e :|II\I their ii'Ulte on I'tiiuiMilt Ihivt. year abroad I II. a parade w hit h will lie formed at I Hurditk and the stone and mretr' I:very facility lur the proper treatment : -
l> Owes and other menders of the ami I care of medical and urgcalta.es 16th
nortlnf Hi r i I. The I l.ufbern' lanit -'i.1 "a. has i I 1 JULY 1907.
rooted ome' tiftfut prts I| tory the Seaside Studio ,Seabree/e avienue '- work. bv .\. V'ande Vord Electrical appliance, trainetlinnr ,
rut lot'at ion. This needed inr >\ement i I' Lundy will jtinIms.:'1. (*wrn here in :1 | |been s,old to l'.1. Spenser and is being I : I es. 'Iuitt surroundings ?

will! !.igieilh' pmhted| 1) tlio.e who I I' ,Iwit turn I j 1 torn Dunn and shipped to] Tituville. I j I and leave that jx'int promptly{ : t 'nti<.n given to all patient lt.ra.l- special train t. l la \. I....u.
\\' H. I'reemui hu Nin tt .,'"-ill'r.1 I at-!::'" p. in for the t'alin applieativn.lint. .
1I'r. Mr > tnitrbas another Ticker ]
arc tourtnutd to tutin' laKl t O A. KIOCKand KPh ltlm\IE,
.>r our Mluvl able lo-* 1t'1''lItl\ Iv-' rtnMii 1'f wittr-j plain I! and will enter r\te'nsiiely into the I flit !pri/es. which are now on tx- \ Pleasant Ju nile Part}'. I I jsuijtns in Charge returning b\ regular train* .nUf rI

The t"t."lrlct for buildup the ('ountrtlubhoviie \. : nit Ion thitvis on hi* fruit firm xK>ut manufacture of tame acid from pal I I lnbition at the jovelery More tif I.. No 43 Second \\. Daytona. Ha
two nult north of St'abn'en'. Making last :Saturday ,evening a jolly I| I .re Ink :::i tt. l iy C i -11 ai
lusKtn let U F. l!t Movnt.i I, mettt rot t*. i irhefrundt.f ill. (Rowe.V: ('o.. andtiet II. I'lark. I
la to his farm la t Sundtv morning, 1 crowd of eople> !Mioebsfullarneil City Tickle iMfctf :+* W H. aIa
has tone of fvutor ; trip Mrs < Morford willregret jonng : > Ii
and :
Mr :Stewart: a I >"" : ( 0. D. AND C. M. ROGERSCIVIL .
j will be awarded to the prettiest i
Mr miniUr of
htlyucgrvcsat'otk on tin ground freeman taught a voung to hear of her continued illness.I'uless (' out a surprise elll Helen ksoiiville

grading and gtttui them in ti'.idinec* o\lotding up their Ira I with the I our northern visitor. soon be-! blond and )prettiest brunette in !several Wilsiin l at the cottage of I5essieIibli ENGINEERS B4'\"> !'""\ \-: ..,
: (
for the f'UUJlti1I N\mg. lime I work fruits I.f his: mdiistrv :t nuiiiWr tf hisl| gill to return fears are entertained that classes np to fourears! of agt' .r.
in the beaih ,\t rightmiclk I I'as. \gt ta ass ut e
will be ptfehed to lowpUtionOne I 1,6I rte:-t melon He made them unka.1.1| this "neck' of the wood*" nillI* drlK'Isulated | Ut'lll"rall.ril"" will alx IK given j (llli.csDAYTONA ali .

(If the tai,'-t < h gMtt: and loe.l attriuit4 i, gave them good talking to on \ >> ns a result <.f so manv of our to the smallest t. the fattest and the the young lilies and little i MIAMI, FLA. 5 DRAWER \

: dam"('. o( the maim tame til jett aiul promiMtl to make an ",1&11I1'1,1 1 (titutn going mouth to raisee tt>matorsjand : 'i I gentlemen t ink |p.ln.essiou of Skid 'r I Daytona Orliee l laid. DROP HEAD
vvstngest ibietH ami also! a prize for E"talJeLttl
la tXiturda>' \ening at tin Totter p''- ; (f them i if they wirt' taught in the act I get rklt. >. l'. UK harden left this | >1,1."> S'rll.lrud, giiiKN. tnUbt> : and I

\ ilit.u. Some thirty la'ul'lro| \\'ft" on the ': again. I week, and we uUlI"r taut J. C Bennett: !I Iwillletvt I the prtttiestthitlf! in lime pande : I'It'as.llltMit"S! were riijo\eil until II Ij I -
tU ur. I! hiss: I'zttllot 1 Idtrtdo: i* eHttedas | ) stvii. Rub thill entered l will) It..t.in' asoiutuir j\'olusia) Cinnity' \tatrait, SEWING a '
late whtn
theitxretfnlN .iii I their
Maiiiigtriumg8: ("tllrr.bt') lit. :iguis-tif Mr '. i>wtnstodtvI '. Stnnr long needed improvement leermade 'I of the 'I't'a..i..n.Itt' ,1 'hi\e>tnient null'1'itle InCompany. a
Tlat'n'I w ill U' I 1.I\\n fete at Surf('met, '' 1.1 i lie iNiimbfie s. MACHIl ,
liftu thfMftM. Hit IIr.I1.- I Itr a m the tortue lt I
fpendii n at I building .I l ream and take will i lie ,1,1.1 i SIlralll't' .
*, is unite ill at this writingMit : ridav)'. the .' ?rd s i ten I by the pupils ,.f I I' week. and others are to f.lIo"III.. Anearly *! in thl> r'lly e Towdwere

Muttm AIIII..r two grm.lJ"ughtf'r the public sthtxl for the purjHi-e: tf I I morning mail i* also one tf theunpn'vements .\" the crop of babies in Davtona) IJullielxnj. Kitlieit Nelson. Titles Insured. $15.75
: raising mi nev to snake a yod tennis and vicinity was \trt gas.I l this'
:*'!. Musses i; Margaret and \nn ulkr, that ha- prod viryMttefittorv luhti
1l.Itd FH. .
i l'I.ltd. Mef.it.
'
a'I' Bur Fiss. i I I. I.iii.ls1'e.i.hImt.
me meut anl\ats from ,I"alur'I": (.fI lourt on the thool pround) This i* to the jiatrt ns t If the tthte, spring aunt there art a great many wiv ITN eCR
i Mefert 011. r Iieiw Ktatinc. !th i'i.y lu.1 TrvftHt .
: : > Year
: and should I. >
ThIIn'al.rrs.I Worthy cause thampionttlb jif' rwt to the |1"ttniviter: and mill ('arI visiting babies .n the I each at purrs' !( n.'YT.
Mr and Mrs J. U. trotktrare pica J i( a l large attdidiute I I rise. ent the entrus should le, :'miLh. )'...1.111.Iutfa: :Ste\\.urt. Khi: .\tt't'l.f'I'hl..I..1 I amyl I tltlrnTn Irtl i .. trust hiatgr.dti ab.md v.ar. _j'

until! autidl'\lill&! the return if their Mr': l'.iwon iSrown mud rhiKlrtnafterawttk's ,, :Mr T. J. fparkmau. went to Winter tt>rrrs- i (l\ute I'a\tona' Ih.meh.1aek! : I (\...,per \1:11.| l'htls m.1 llli. Prints >>i(j'Iw| lIpf.msitrlobtpiial'm'must Si..uI.mad.elf:::
: .. pondingly large,;: 1'artu n-il.c-. | ) I batik. E_
HLV, ii.it with Mr 1.: \ Havtli Futstl-iv 1 ****ultm. -
lloreiue who tins tovivit friend!
daughter, sl.enrE ; rlando EFlllt... MuclleItnrkiieiiii i 1'.1.\\11.i Fl.uultllm.l. .7'' 1H. tareata. Y .tt..uM mil .
the in : 1'rauih. rcturnetl to tlnir lM>me near: :Mr and Mrs. lUde Jrot'Irr from ing tickets \\illlld only' hud entertainment -- .
and "tsaeing.a.dJ.J.t.tre.r..rd
E I""t )llIr denuanr Italy, | : Nijlni I'lirklieini ..loeKo madq1.ba ff
a
I uraunig c| toure DR. W. A. GOVE .. Y U yv '
and may
Marion
\ 110111.bl'ot Gaines- 0 t i M.. .
)Menti and f.imlv who hate .
P Crtnker oils in the :(-th from l'l\- ( I( intther came by r.ii. 'I'hry are istupjiDg !lit' ttintribiiting tti a vtrvorthv' and it w bi Q-
mouth rll.: f..rto" \ tt k.. :Mit' will l-etn otcupvmg the A\bitt Houen- l)r. l)u It..I \I' cottage \ille Cathrxu C'atnp 'Imago Itr.lo"ar..t ill refund today tout for. fn.a.t d state..
I eami "c Sl 1'
mv\ill return to Ha,tioe the litter I.I\IN I IVl 1.a1l.1. ,tr.tajed Sm."..e .
\bil a white! xith u f'\.lIqt' friend in Capt .Vlexander tame over turn lit-r- :: Dentist i a -

Itlivt, :N. \.. lrd Thursday) and is'! stopping tt the Helen Wil-J1). in wliostr iM'itor the Ufti e. ..o. aril r.lusua. Idtr.Anderson Co
lu-eze, and later: to Iilm.1'1] ;einter .\ Mr It Porter who Hardeman HOUM.. Hill. (1.1,1 Hanwan row ,

\\ 1'atk, wlitre vht' rtsuiiK hernark j(, with hn lauloll1l.1 l ry'emit part tf last I Miss Mary Howe and Mess .tunicItv11WilliamncaturupflvtuOek11i)1 Holly partwas given. is a daughter <.f 110'f.: Wa AtUaU. C*.
; Dr. It 1 U. Wilson!
.wmttr litre speak tf a Honda of lituille. and
as 3 inruilfr if the ) to
faculty. Hollv( Hill :\11&. 13A uumlier II f the
Mr. )Martin 3 prominent rulroad man i Pitmc.' vlie attended! at Pine l-.lt-. I I isitIi:'s M irv' lair Friday if lad \oung {>r>'pie and 'Ilie nf the elders has bten' the guest! of Ht"b"ie Jibb :

v( Ntw fork, and hu wife. left 1'he : near lansit g, Mtch. air liome. Of ni net 1.:. I took. rant; MaltMiu and fatuity tv !>urI II for the j lust two weeks at :'f-hd'.J) State Institutions f flnivcrs.it [,or Higher Education.

breakers )csterday 1II.naill' after a stay toi i>.inv i>f thirty U.t'lHt. twtntv t-.i*. >aikuiau" acid 'VII. KithardJ', prier last "rilay. cod a Im1raaant' evelimg VilU. on I'avtoiia lea? .li. Miss -
i tlenlaralklltlast winter in Puvtoni! went to iVI-ind Tuesday t
tfet\enl) wuk II, to .
prulratttheir ty>uthwardlr \ptited. !I IWaih amid Mtimtv and repassed| 11'I'tn- H. 11 Williams arrived from >avau- wa enjovevl all. as Mr tud Mrs : Helen returned to her horse Sunday > of the State of Florida n.u IO. LMALh COl.LI UfcTallahasvtx. e
jounit\ M Maloon they had
''m uah bundav. He came to try to Cud a as 1'\.11Iai rett'veredfrom
I
_\u.ltr"1111.1 fauulv, who are m'- ht'8u uiititipating: puidwg ne\t I pet S.'uteh'1'ernen that got tf the bag- the shat.! made everv effort to (Jainewille, Fla. I-la. '4

copying ont t.f the 1'rtiakt \'l'lt.IjU are : v inter here.Min gage car: :at the water tank between I'DlrltulIlIlt'ir ui.e\Ntteti Ue U Mr.MaWn -

t integral;: putts t.f the hula tok'n>', that .' MIUUK Kuj-ptit-viMh annul' I I'I )IllolU( .' Hill :and hound undtv) threw "I|>ui ku big &house: tact "f .VloJel Farm Compan) Ue..b Officertamettiugof ; *. .\ high grade l"tiluttt fur \ouitg \ ...liege lot w-,u_. .>tl
Lad dune much ln life frtiu PaU'ka 'l'tl"fJ\y and will jtridM 'b.utfenug Literary :'hlli. Lligl lei in tW uulii. emiTM.>. m .
r M to ..httn $\>cutl 'I the road and gime. social eormtersatke. .\ the uliM.ril g vin-j- .o
rstolLe and 'al 1 '
ou the Leach this 'ea.M uMauard > the guest <.f :MrJIM phiOlvrn I An Enjoyable Affair. aid rrfrrsbrurutaeiwudr.l the "friII'wtur.1 I'edagt gM lobrnUrU a V.h.vl l>rr It'-b- -'
| rveniigMr. 1'oursre.truag. .
tiik of the I> Maid!
lv>Uvl tame oer from IV- ou the Uuvh .\ i of Miller and fauulv haveinoved to a\Uua "J o llMilMUutl .\rt.. a >c l", t
\ Land kiul was: \i.ititik with hu to:oily! j VKeating. of Pa'atKa: IS viitmg pleoxint tarty txnisisting lOll: .llwh.. where they will ill the future Farm ('"In patty !held! at the oflK of faculty; \\t eqw nd Utea- Fiat .\uldu patio. pith wtfaii. iviotia

tn the leach Saturday IillJ SUlltlMf \. t with his family this wuk '.about tuuity i' 'rsous gathered at make their home.Edwin L>r F II iloughtoitVrdnrsmiav: : : et- tory; t iMlrttttk. both v v.eat tVte. rlmaajm and ph.. -
f a Miss .\h".. llalida! } LtHii t'arvana! of Palatka, is here fura.hurt i:the Automobile ClubhouseVednes- culture
lm turned I prwUcal earefid
> :: Petern was relied: ttt Knuv \- ruing thf folloniug urlnt-rs were rt."tia aD : aaertie- i I.I.* >4 -.. tTlUlMftllM. ii
f. from the 1':1) "'n:, iuitarium entirely timtMr '. day evtiung. t.. repeat the t'nj- ille last "udI b) i telegram (row e'ettedI'residem H>u gad tiiMifttoe: high Moral tut*. a.rt l 3

restored tv health the gees this ink lVir>ti.'w L vi-jtuag his family this of of Mrs 1'ctersou. et.t the illness .
I mint: Friday night bstt: k. ng erK>u- :Xu ektr Ffunda
to \ wit her fatLtr lu \.\r-\aj.e (Citj I "ft J.. Thc will l ft\ fur their luemr tf their little daughter.1'e are pleased. ( lt"O. 11 Mon. rue tab .va t sto- Chmeessivs -... .a '
when l> F H with his
Mrs W. Her rick and little JVB Uojd, .: in the interior the. early (ion <.f t<*\t Vutor r lloughtou !I to state that word re eived. here Wednesday president il Moore. treasurer, dftA. Outer t p* M* tty tutu .lt I(.art. ta,1 11te4 t., .. }.

will \hit friend C\a'a: for \\( Talking Mathine furnished F. 1'. IVi'k < For t-ut ltgue ) further New -
in a ct>upletf said the little girl was uHiewhat !vt-retary 1 KM-mau an. i.lo. muam. b.ihlia ID lawr.r
w, and! : and wr t..I-'t" re- the same srotlrti. with Dr h H t"1 a -, !trllHII Write fu_
Then,.r\ of strttt buildup is lriog i and Mrs. K L mith and U.lv *,( feature v.f Wednodav evening was cntrt)' llaogfaton and \Vm Hoilv ,',. j I I I t'C0C ;
n>u- \M >KLU |
d.JayeJ. H&itnib ttte arrnal from the Il'ffKtDt C.tare now oicupving t "m- the dam'ing of the Virginia !Kit cl I. tt> \. \ IXttell made a I busiIMtrip toSt. :IIIH>.I'II.lll A (1dl I KPHHLr p'. ,
lionWt I>. H ltt I:.. wlio h I tuung the tir-t board of diets .
kerC. : s 1 fort Lodge on the leach Augustine \1'tduesdcy.
I the tune of Money( Musk. the rish
the (c Uat.t for name pix&Ie and e<- Mr ruuhiadfoo Henrut. Mr*. C. Hi3jticg mm..nJs ahu' has tutu .X commute. wa: also! app. in'eJt
\ 'U.
era 1I..rt1l'iJ. an.i i other lively ;urs.
tuuatei.fad to It r\iut-\ed beftie lUg with their famdy this \\t'tk. Lh \ hr parents ht'nfoDt to tt.yttaa arrange: practical detail f use
the t-outr&et: for jJio; can U Itt .\ rutdllS... in which all j" I1t't.1.) though: ..}.my ltraeh \Vvhjf'ilafor a visit with ', .
I musician o( 'Tf'.t ab Ut> aid I work. and time ioniMny| \'\|1't.:t. :,
Utter tram Mr. U .\\\iernuuiLUBA other dashes the
".fctre t. 1 iJortlii: tlI' friend mutual'!' were enujed by Mrs 1.. 15 11:01In'lt3t1o)11S
i 1 1is j manv put in its sees! beds for lenu. t' .n:. !
rJvi eJ hum that Mr K,
.gtr <:xpetUni treats.GsacisragunkkM assembled 1 tympany of mrrrtnaktns. have beeii __Ed fur a
to am\* home in the l>;h. -- ra-n-U>w party to tckr pU<'e this even celery: at an early datr in i d it., San Mateo .
ofrecent CigarsHave
laiueeviUe
Herbert Jtrviue. vi l'liututh isaaaoig iii II at the -tra.Jrl.cf: of Mr. cad Mrs IM bate these ,'r"l'" mature t..irl\ .11i'\1
.arrival is a hoe piau it.. Members of the BoarJ uf 1 uJ!:.
: the recent animals peso the in- .
Matbettaad folk the .
theoui.g are --t\ur high prices ,111.1. ..-m-v.
ttiKr jutsts if )Ir. and \lrt John i 11 Melti( n jtuutti his fatally heredumday. I
: :
This: onzani/anon t'\i..t. for the takl&g great interest in the event
.Ml*u. ou !:'uth \'..\:.> ->tm t. Mr :Melton left Mxnaopv I ill ,'. 1etherell" and family arnvt i crops bring I|

The LuO *a atwieg imle met Ut[ J hu touring auto but had to Uy it up :at ; l.rl".f iuerrt.ina avid J'fI..1td- home last Saturday from U iW",ood, V>. Whil... those uttom".i.! mi timecenpany I Made

lhureJay at the Colouaade. and acre I I. (\ala for repairs aid tie pareetird the ing the l u:!'iae-.. of every merchantin J.. where, thv\ .rent the euHiMer Theyweregrtatlv expert large lercruimleof '

tDtnt..ineJ by Mrs tiara t-thuudt The rest of the nay I.y ro il 1. with undue fir : PolY"113. Eight to tvuhe menthers pleased. with Uitdwvuti.whHli turnings from their mnsistnarts.:

attendance "as good the: fuAvwirg j the n.:.d.il't. 1.' It ,hlppedOrmond. attend the meeting and do the : u a summer resort 01. an i*:..a Jt I the priOl ob;<*t .f the m"\t'I.a.: .- Reputation of .

new aatiuben h\t Iven adtkd U> the j w'r1'or the entire membership ofuser S the J-rr..t v c.t- to i

u-tMtcrtfeip: Mr. Mary Hcrn\k Mmis.r liftv If all IUt"Inbers't. UIJI Charlie (Compto. i N staler. ties 1tmubtt'tgbk >
the
Luati. Mr'*. F. I>*vun and Mr*. bftn mirttung )Ir. c.1r. J*>rfel: ld tributary t. (1'avuiia

Via Llattln.The \\rm""J. .\u$. I* The stork that has I. take an active interest: many worthy "ngt "'. Mr. (.'''0)11'11' u! a mien autism, by denK>n-traitig th great pr:-I: Their Own.

town conacii ha emplovvti Iandu been hv\enng; over tOur town for *t>n e objt could) l>e Kvomplished that if Mr and MrelviC;Mi. a.id t"- tiveuof the ..il.! >iu\r>*!ultnKKer

.V Fl.a u city aUt'nlty.. time left a tine gal bbt tk h,>mMTm. ," would be a direct benefit u every lees to leave for home t..>n fciit; tMn her port of f he

,. IVTu.on: M.,tttlay eAeniogRer basinet naa in this iomnmiutrU We fated ti. hear of the M&t :.i tta 5ti.e s.iy that Daytona s ia:.,U Tht I i5'

I:. U BuUrr hA returned\ and : worth while eves from a telhh U'ra here I'At't.."*!* *;.,.. bat nv+*t. excelled now here Florida' arc .i ttru Cijrar is ulu- elf

L\.TU ca Bt:ih: Aqg. 1*-Mi. aadMrs. I occspied the pulpit of the I'awn Church I t t.mJJ1'.oiut thekv he brvu.bt a new ,irl baby tobe in i itt tht- iu-atest ittdti,trial triumphx) of .
: home of M- and M>. )L I Bliubon other setups testable :
thI.tl..r
: ; The gr' ores
\1IIM ue cnjovwg m visit fromtUfvra.tr : OB ttnJay. first October be will : iun'
The IVurvi has the
taken up the nuUT :- Thur frt t'zc.
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sy..tug. l"t Mr* fcRiUC. are making from punt .
fiber, 1>. I .\maD.11mi1JtD. ofC r J take up th.'rJ.. .o MUidaT >chool t< | v e
11 X. nnf.iooarfor the :states <.f .X'.atumaI I I of having aa adequate drainage btRoe"! E. W. Ku.-a will be hereabout per a*.re. and tb sum thing ,' 'cdent
Mar: hat : system put iu west of IXi\tona the but i.f the ti,i'a;.ti for a v Mtt: .1 I.J titan the nt
Walcaz MLV He
and
has has the her
a bait) iJlJuh'J I ppj : wi>btfe here if BMthJ! .b. t hAl : !.
rill I I ;c g.o t.b. ,
with them II.pr < .L
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hind: m ':1\IIreqUt'Q.. v>{ a atalietue'ound of tl ccmmunit\ ,n hj uatierU'im;. This would result in hundred ..f uaeI. f Florida and the
"' Mr*. E. .I. ttKhr :. lien hba o CI" t w ,
AA tuiticfv Q AI :
for wbith he w now untlirr.di;- 1:. C Totai has tvnv It IVLolid to tilers loratinand ta ; !I"1! the silks 'Iraf 1. :
jnx-perm ; i'n Will E. Ltnge $ulttvmie The Model ram, is desugnrti Wit ril. Eaai Caw
cal u atBMBi. In cleaxi&t a patch otnd [ attend tv.art, lia\ins been >uniniv eilI asa three 'II aa..1W.D..Ylt.ll.a ,aa. tee i-r the pl > t i.la&h. ..
UI'DJ1m.Uf rtllt- lands indusgrt of
th.ft... but .. MBix-e f free mf
\ .-purs tilth his hnd. he "a:0 pnt&Ml I witoei -ijisl a doikev: who raised s 'I expected i "intaUou. 04o l .i.l- "w ttsrtl.a
I This' would add lies, 'hr. Mr K. i" l
materially \t. ( me tombrrtw charik haJfctt
in the fleeby part of the lift thumb by A v hc ; v4 the town It be ix>uipie* d a :nice boooi&s *.* ., .. ehabe ad h.\ .w t .
burr, from which U f em* the a hokleft The new work on the France bumi.iug; : ;, ptv penty oji ; engage IB a in News .

basic if now pomsex.d and it. pain w pr.grtamg had ;. *!*.. the new hv.u> ac xxnpli-brd if we will *li {Mill: tt>. the work hiru eJ. 1* is So vtv OK. pieced .unity That it rl\ullu"be M .lp oa etety tri flriag Florida

f u'l? v inOAited that ht' il ntltesitaud t.> .; built by NwU'IID.f lI. I gether. furniture aside frcni .t> j f3lae**. \\i an ev-euent T\\'uty Mzt-. ,
wear it m a 1ia.. Mr&Came I\tt was called North Mrs. l&Ule.ir..y aid Mss !Ct'L.., advertising feature for Lhi\uia. tIt and grade to elH.t flulL, ,

J. C Butler 1. l\.',,$bert .. \\ .tXaua this wets to the brxtud- her hn>Uw>r, I Cone' oat to tW me\i meeting at Ma.ier, a niece cf M-s. R. .\. H.ae ,, .-.vs without saying and ,1111. wi1,: I

it'd ether. here I\IUUIItJCIt'ti to ho me aazernaU &t! 11.11.rIhby eTthia *- etprcted Uwgh- from Kiver LuJ- pnml+ably b envaraged 1 t. li'K.NAU 1 [ : gy .ML DtAU-U.s.
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I.................1.g..... Miss Amy Kendall of Sanford, I I (Mrs. C. A. Steele and George Pollard -, The attention of our readers is '

: Local Paragraphs. : who has been visiting :Mrs. Abbott rf'tumelrum the beach called to the card of ,I. T. Long?,

r left Monday for St. Augustine. I day to their home on North nt lon'l dealer in grocerien and meats, in

.e.t.i.i.i.iu.i.i.I.t.u.. Mrs. E. N. Waldron and bister, Ii I street. another column. Mr.I Long N occupying

ellow about that wedding present Miss L. A. Cross left the building recently movedto
Wednesday Chas. E. Gardiner and} family returned -

? Our lines of silver and cut afternoon for an outing at .she'ille.J. i! from the beach last Monday the corner of Fairview avenue ;

glass are complete. Pemember all I an.IU.IJtontrt''t.. Call) awl M-C
A. Hutchinson returned from !I and are again at home on Northikach =
goods engraved free. him.
his PalatLa last street
to
trip
L. H. R Messrs. Hutchinson aud Burlier Mrs Wtbley Johnson aud little 4-Palatka I.
Daytona
It. S. Maley, the hardware man, is drove over. !'' daughter went to Port Orange Tnest -
vacation in t Daytona won an exciting of
the
enjoying east and !t i day for a short visit with Mr. John- : game
_ north. Fred Ellison of Ponce Park"a |! fon'l4 mother I hall from Palatka Thursdiy afternoon -

in the city Wednesday and left on the grounds west of (the
)Ir. and Mrs W. F. Colby) of Thursday in his launch Emma T, C. G. :Nrohin. of the MillerMrohni !
railre a'l. The scoie stood I to I in
Half the time when a feels blue gestible and sometimes absolutely harm-
Ormond were'visitors in the city .f"d'bon.l person ,
for .:Augustine, via the canal. : Co returned from
favor of I'.ntun.i.' Palatka' making
Monday. and out of sorts you may take it for ful; Col/olelll'makesfood digestible, nutritious
vile Sunday and has bwii the
at t
11. Waller and two alms ;nd her only run in the ninth inning.ll granted that he is victim of the "lard delicious and healthful

Father Curley, of DeLand, was I C. M. Vandergnfl were up from'(store I bereagaiu (his wctk wu> a good game and U'tli U.IIMMplajed habit." Lard cooked food and good
Cottolcne is in thousands
the guest of Father O'Boyle from i New Smyrna in Mr. Walker's I Miss Huger of Daytona Beach, ; good i ball .\ I.uge'fowl! stomachs are never friends for long. of housewives today ho would use no by more think

Friday until Saturday last week. launch W. 'I 1 will leave about the cheered Daytona on to victory, and
,: Alice Wednesday morn- I:I first of September Lard food is not healthful food and no of going back to lard than they would of

R. F. Sullivan who has )been a ing. for Ann Arbor Mich., where Palatka also had a goodly number ordinary stomach can thoroughly digest it. reverting to tallow dips for lighting their

she will teach in the ) ) of rooters present
Daytona v visitor for a week or more, I The Miller-Strohm Company finding graded schools Coltolcne is the perfect shortening and homes.

returned Tuesday to his home at their office rather Mr and Mrs.[ 1'. J. Cart who
room cramped, right. Kindergarten for Daytona Schools.: | frying medium. It is pure and healthful. Cottolene is endorsed by the most

Starke. have fitted up commodious quarters '' have been visiting Mr. and Mrs W. Through the. efforts of Commissioner It contains not an ounce of hog.fat. Lard cooks and household economists prominent of

BORN-To Mr. and Mrs Leon in the I. at the rear end to the M. Hankins for the past two weds, I II comes from the pig-sty; Collolcnefrom the
Crou li, the Davtoiia a I (nods the country as well as by the medical
faun Saturday morning, Aug. 10. south of the main room. left yesterday for their home al l.ar- cotton fields of The Sunny South ,
I will have a flee kindergarten t'Slal-1: profession. It is one of the products

'ti a daughter; at their residence on 'Dr. F. II. Houghton Suite1 I, tow lished at the fall term Sept. .. I II Lard is hog-fat; the basis of Collolenels which pure food advo-

Went Magnolia Opera Hous block telephone :t?. tf Il. D. Taylor, of; the Daytona F.lcc-: I Mrs l Belle AII..lllla\'IIt' will pure cotton seed oil. Lard is greasy, indicates always endorse.
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Staples A Cutten of f this city, II. Dale Miller, a son of H S. trical Co., is engaged: in remodeling hargo of the S4.hoiil 1. whit.h will

have the contract for putting in the Miller of the Miller-Strohm Co., of t ho gas f fixtures I the Seaside Inn conduttcd 1 ill her rooms northeast ofthcttfhool : COTfOLENE was granted a GRAND PRIZE (highest -

heating plant of the Princess Lena. this lily, has I been elected clerk of and making them a combination for 1 building The lo&lhllli I possible award) over all other cooking fats at the

the new hotel) at Seabr"e7e. the Criminal Court of Ueeord in gas and electric light I' of I >ton.Vs hools arc jubilant recent Louisiana Purchase Exposition, and food cooked

the with COTTOLENE another GRAND PRIZE.
over new departmentI.UmunJ
;Eton Hurlbut's Kara linen paperin Dade County in the recent primary Mrs II A. Perkins and little
held there. I "Home ffefps" a took of 300 choice recipe, edited
pound packages. t
daughter returned Thursday from : Miller' Injured. | by Mr. Rarer i* your for a 2 cent stamp if you +
HANKIVS. The Druggist. The contract for the construction Jacksonville, where they have I been address The N. K. Fatrbank Company Chicago, ,
Ldmiindlilli:<< 'r, a \\inli r.'selcut l
Miss Marguerite S. Flanders ar- of the pipe organ; for the Congregational ; visiting with Mrs. Peikins'mother i A NEW FEATURE The patent air-tight top on this pail i* for t
of f 1 11.1)) 'iui and well known here, the purpose of keeping COTTOLENE clean, fresh and wholesome;
rived from Mouteagle, Tt"nn., Friday Church has been plated I with for the past two months was intently injun-d at his home ill I' it also prevent it from absorbing all disagreeable odors of the

of last week for a visit with her M P. Muller of Hagefstown Md, grocery, such a* fish oil. etc.Nature's .
Miss ISessie (Gallovvav', who had RIM: hester, III. The following item;
sister Mrs. H. B. Yarborough. and it is hoped to have the organ I
been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. t'ulwt'cuing his injury was ilipjKlfrom I

Geo. II. Matthews, proprietor of completed some time in Decemlier. Graham Tlionijtson, and Miss tht RIM: .hesttr Dally Register: : t: Gift from the Sunny SouthNorman

the City Hotel U now with his Having decided to no longer Marion on the beach, returned to "Kdniund: Miller, of Rochester: a' .

daughter, Mrs. A. C. Elliott, at Sa- carry musical instruments in our I Maitlaud Friday of last week well known prohibition leader in i

dolpa I. T., and) writes that his stationery department, we are offering III this section If the state, Clipped on :

:if health is improving;, though somewhat our stock at cost to close out. I j C. A. lUllough removed his new a board at his home Sunday and as I i

slowly. I Don't delay; they are going fast. (j dredge boat this week from opposite a result fractured a small bone in1
J the foot of Fairview his S.
avenue to
Mrs. C. R. Cox went to Lake I Gn; II. Ci.\Kk./ : I the river his i leg below the knee. He will I.*? DaytonREAL
Seabree/e and
place on at i
Helen Thursday' last week and Mr. and Mrs.I E. M. Hoi man, of I has putting the machineryinto unable to leave the house for seine I' ..a

returned the next day accompanied Fairview avenue, left Monday morn- bf'e.n. tune the injury I wing painful: but j
position! j je "
by her cousin Mrs. Paul Long and ing for a six weeks or two months' I not serious I ESTATE.C' .

two daughters, who remained }here visit in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. $10 reward for lust dog.-Any I II Especially Designed. I
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until Monday. Their son, Albert, is keeping I one leaving a white Fox Terrier, ,
house during their absence. I brown spotted ears and I dipped tail W W Austin lias constructed a I or property. 1st door south of listofie.V.. II. F.U- 1i i|1

"There is ease and comfort when with Mr. Bailey on Central Bridge, |MU for W. B. (Reed of Hastings, MOXIMX):: Manager, Dajtona. Fla. Plans, Istinatesand: !'
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you have "SoEasy"eye glass; I Mr and Mrs. Neville H Clark will receive alxive reward Had on Minn., to In- used by Mr Heed: for 1 ] 'rlltt.huietPe. I.timlier vard. Magnolia Avenue amt I j

r mounting. Call and see: me at arrived Tuesday afternoon They &brown leather collar when lost It pushing not towing, a houseboat j F. i II. C. Jalll\tJ.: Phonies at otliw, jard and nij iITpJl('('.

Clark's j jewelry store, !1 ame by an earlier boat than eIKtted \ which lie will have !built next fall. .

NJVILLF. II. CLARK, Optiiiaa 1 making; another surprise! for !' There were no services at the This lint was jietially designed 1 1J I f i ii iI I

their friends here, who wen not Methodist' } Church Sunday, owing! to Ii iI
S. W O'Brien went to .fadhlm.j J by Mr I lhial: l I. as is also the house-1 i
for them until the latter I the illness i I
looking of the nt'n.. II
rifle last Saturday for a short, visit pastor boat, the material for which) he has

with H..P. Pellett. Mr. Pellett wasa I |Part of the week.- Mr.[ Clark was I Rutter but we are pleased to say ready' to l begin operations at Ins I,i :......................... .......................... The
kept busy receiving congratulations I that Mr. flutter i is .
; getting along
winter home peach
compositor: on the Daily) News! at Davtoni

force winter liefore last! and while!i Tuesday afternnoii. I nicely and it is hoped 1 will seam lIe The Hat which! fr. Austin ha.ij' Young's Pharmacy i

here made his home with Mr and On the first page of this issue I! up and a1>oiit again. just completed' is of rather (l"'IIliar I ThinkingMan

Mrs O'Brien Mr. O'Brien returned) will I 116 found an interesting account ': :N. charge for preliminary plans lines and I is made, of "such light drift i (i\KIII II. \OL'Ni: Proprietor. :

Tuesday.Miss : by Col' C.: M. Hingham of his. trip and estimates; sii|>er> ision of workat a.to !lit' serviceable in eight iixhcn .

Barlxtr and Milll Eloise Robinson i to Cuba Col. Itingham like all II IIi I actual cost Norman S. Davton, I of water :She is 2 fct.t, ." itches; :i { How is it Panning Out? i

I visitors to the island, is delightedwith Davt..nn. >, I over all and' .r foot IMam, and will i i Ktli4MiuilioiiejoiinMiKinKKiringVoiia.it; | l If iK>t, tlun !
of Orlando, arrived Monday jj its not the right !..illd.11! tli- U\I'.lidlll" M II. |1IIIh wale from
its !beauty, its soil and its climate : be titled 1 with an S-llofc'I"w'r MePadden up .
for a two weeks visit with Mrs. Abbott 1 K. T. Conrad: arrived home Tuesday 1T 1'lijMU.iin! |>it-<'riptionsunllie|' n:''' '-IIIIlIo': mtnrdi.-, <'l .IM.: : IHHIPI :
.. but sees a great drawback in I ngine I I. tin IM 'iri': :. I nl: ::ll .
on Bay Rtreet. Mrs. Charles night. Mr. Conrad says he hada an ant KIiilIT: nnd"T:-.tuiuK: that the hand
the inhabitants, that is the lower, t *
Ward, of Winter Park, is also the class of Cubans. The article is well I fine time, visiting .points in New New Dental Parlors. I I I oiuig's rinrtnncv: I'hono 1 l.s. ** SOllll'o-t: JIIa ;azillt' :..1 vl'I'tlt'i .

guest of Mrs. Abbott. i i written and worthy of perusal. York State and (Cleveland Ohio t Dr F. I H l. Houghton has Kascd" : :_!_:"I> ..ulla( I"a..ll: Strict; Opp end :South. Uridge : nn'iit may refer to the 1'001't' -

|Kara linen paper in pound What is Lily Water? Call at but the most enjoyable part of his for a term of years a suite of six 1 .............. ............. ......***..... ..*....*...? ,t :shoi. lit'I =-ras1's i> tlif
paC'k-1 outing was the trip on the Alcora i
ages-envelopes to match. the electric light plant. r' oms Oil the south side! 'of the :situation when! lu :stys: lie

HAN kiss, The Druggist. from this! ]place to New York. ond of the F. T l' tk him..k i
I{ Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Wilson of story; I *********** ****** ******** A 4***+***+**,,***++.++.**AA < would iircfer' ( j good h'atht'loI'tu
T. J. Wallace a traveler for the I. Ilahne, of South Ridjrewood on Beath street and will have them

Columbia Drug Company, died at II II Titusville, spent Sunday on the avenue has rented the east storeroom I lit tel up with all I modern convcniemesand I|: GEO. P. JOHNSON I handsome: iiirtuiw(
'beach. Mr. Wilson, who is now Tlu-rr ii; no money spent
his home at Gainesville Sunday, in the Masonic building on i uj-to-ulatoaPpliancs| |, essential

Aug. 11th. Mr. Wallace was well I'I superintendent of the East Coast Orange avenue, and will conduct a'I' to dental work as will as :1 CONTRACTOR AND I in (ina: :.{:a/ine adu'itis.inic liythe
Advocate, of Titusville, was at one I BUILDER :
_, known here having spent several lent and shoe repairshop in the I t i making them comfortable1 otherwiseDr. i makers: of"Bostonian"
time in charge, of the Halifax Journal -
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seasons on the beach, and Mrs. Wallace same. Mr Hahne is well known in ] ) Houghton onupicd' three of I n.\\1 O'olA: I5IIACH: II.ORIDX.( J"i '
of this and has number I
1 city a he ha lived here these for several( alx, t Shoes
was on the beach the greater; 1I Daytona as for I I rooms jears, ut '
I of warm friends here. The editor
part of last summer. I many )"f'ars. ten years ago but wanted more '' KstiniatfN I-urnislu'd Slioit 'X tin' ''
and of the Advocate C. I on *
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proprietor !;I room and at that time could not get Kverytliin j,oes) into theshoe
Mrs. A. Staples left Tuesday afternoon H. Walton also spent Sunday on the ;I A recent letter to friends here. : ,' '
I I! it. Theil,ictor W iIIlt.au'! some tune 'i : with tlie n-siilt that
for a visit in the New England :- beach. ;! conveys the news of t the birth of a.. Allork lono in a :strictly lil'-t-c.lao's: manner.: Ji
I I .i next week for Westville Ohio, "I'ostoinaiis" \\itliont a
t States. Mrs. Staples goes by daughter to Mr[ and Mrs. C. B i .
Rev. A. .T. Wilder the where Mrs. Houghton i"luow awaiting i .\ cnt for Stairway I Dust> (Coiners.'
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Clyde Line to New York, from j' spent Blount, at their home \Yinthrop, I I. : : : ri\il at $:{s.o( > .iinl; ..I a i lltir.TIlE .

' which city she will go to Boston fora greater part of last week at New Mas! ., the latter part of July. Mr.I I I hint and will return in Novvmlier ...ghltl/t/+f.I +1Mf.+L.h.... ...... ....*..............*
i Smyrna, looking after the church to tale |1"1'I>ession ol his new
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short stay and then to Portland and Mrs.! Sengstak had been at
interests in that thriving communityand !: quarters ,
f'I Maine, where she will spend most ofI until Winthrop visiting Mr. and Mrs. i . . . . .
from
her time, returning home in October -I remained Sunday j Blount, but were ]preparing to return -!i Palmetto Piling I'l.CK .\ I rll srhl: {. I'n.pnt.
Monday evening of this week at Or- I :
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t inond engaged in a like manner. I( J We shall lear :::11!) screw r.f line Company,

I Bigger and better loaves at the t While at New Smyrna, Mr. Wilder R. L. Smith on Tuesday sold the palmetto hamnioi at holly Hill 4 traae.t.lt!! rm rlSTKWAKT Irifflllitl ,

: Daytona Bakery.Mrs. I station and otTer and buds for : PURE ICEMade r
piling
who ill an ardent fisherman found 1 i D. Martling property on the westside : & lll.1 ,

U. G. Bates, of lakeland, a | time to harvest quite a number of !' of Palmetto avenue httiveenYolusia sale Address) fVrmlius ('hristun from Distilled Water.
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and Ir Lock I PH.x'J.S. Davtona) or WalterHawkins. I .utorv" i.rii) <'r l..nlro.i'l: I and Vf luvia av nuo LAWYKHS.Buihling : : .
sister of Mrs. W. C. Smith, of this the finny tribe. Magnolia avenues.to . . . . .
(city stopped over here Saturday IG i W. Wagner of Corey, Pa w ho Jacksonville: Fl.i 1 11 tfNOriCL. fillip ib I\uk ilt.LASD. FLaurIrM
A horse belonging to a livery on I I' .hutti'-euvrrP"aMetlilr IIATTONAI
New and left hers' arrived(I Monday[ with F. M. Rowe
enroute to York : .
the east side of the river took fright \ ,

daughter, Dottie, with Mr. and Mrs. Monday morning and made a short I I i and lDart). Dr. Wagner intends to The etple: the of the JOHN STETSON UNIVERSITY \1\: I. I. t t.1- Run ties
at once begin Iteautifying
Smith until her return. Mr. Bates I I hereby: notified that on and 1 after Xu, .
bolt and just as he was quieting j lawn and) grounds about his re!'iI i- 4th, I'JUT, the wages of the "ailllt.r( + ,.'
conducts a large mercantile businessat down an automobile startled him 'I Local Union \o. loss Krotherlioo.1 of" l"l. I K: nll.I.III| | |:< Ir|:: .\\11 I 11\! E 'IH: ll\l \I. :,1'IIIMH.SUeLAM LANDIS & FISH

Lakeland and he and Mrs. Bates standstill ]I dence. I It Painters!, iH-corators and l'al'H hangers : ). It.OPIDA.)
again. He was brought to :a of \inrrua will Iw 'fJ..o; |x-r day tlft"igJ.t ATTORNEYS AT LAW
-L have gone north to purchase stock. t i AfTiiliated With the University of Chicago.
Osborn'splumbing hours. MgtH-d
in front of Joseph
The buzz to I l.e
planer seems
,! aI I ci.; II. HOLLXM: Uw >ci.IIEKM .. COll.UiI OF lIBU A1. ARTS-.. -"uolarl-| .. t I...-.- .,i tin-1 I'm'.'r-ifv. ..f (lr {' II.i HUT MI ui :M.i.. .tint } ..-Mra
|tOne of the best hotel propositions establishment on Orange machine of which the most careful !t tI ,. ... .. .. '. .. ,
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SCIIISAC. Fill. >'tpK. hnAi.r"" :xt t--n M rt'lnstr- :\ heir ii-;!tn'- t .11' :tct-mi and| In 1 .lr| 1\ Ii nt 'l.n! n 11 I L-.u; "V gt fH
on the East Coast. N. S. avenue and one of the employees of.j I men may well lie war) J. 11. Hes-i i :. M M!L\\ IEI.Il're, .. 'r .ag" !-01' "lii' a itfn :tiii'et-otlatal'.l'| : : 'aM..I"I".IIII"1I. .. .. .*. Ihl..- t'1imr'ettrnhns
.
COLLMiL I.A\\-liraol.II.; l:' o* tln.l',.::. ... a-' :ulni'tt! to |.ra. li.... Inn l lin i'il- .alt.1 1 fllI-
Dayton Real W. II. the place tied the animal while the had the first of his | m
Estate Agency, | ton finger right'hand i I Florida wit ho'it 'aTlliJlatJIIII 1111.\\1'I I -il'\:! ,
Edmondson, manager. tf ladies of the party alighted} and recovered i injured in one at S. II Gove's ,I II :Notke for Bids! COt.l.Im OF TLCU\OlOCiV: AM: SCHOOL .MICIIAMC: : AR rsI -) *-. t
I han.at.I'vil! !, l.tti: trial t-ii: :,:iiiiiiii: Cecil! M.HUI.I! Traillihac ..'If''Io't..a"illll I.. -
their nerve.I damage j novelty works Monday[ and W S. The City t'ouncil of the (litv >,( )), ij..tt>r.th. 11/,11"111.|' |
I Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rowe returned i 1.:111.1.I Hawll receive bids until Mi[ -,,- .. .
was done. I!Edwards of [('Clf'lIan.F.lh"arl1s' COLLI.: iiorBLSIM.: : >S-l.inkini."nali; it- \ U.. (-".kk. -iMt,,, l k> l_t
. r Monday accompanied by day, Sept yth, I'K)7, IIII"D. for the con tueth..trthaml 1 : I and t\l.\\j ntm;:. KInt: ; <. ....nr*** "i.'n in ..tl..-r Ih'|pnrt ( 'iii: t'1,1:5T:
no.t"lty"Orl..*' came so near follow- i nitit". I. iriT' :.v il'rv'! and i miitiioiii- Lndddi.PREPA1tATOR1' / .
Mrs. Rowe's mother Mrs. J: H. \Ve will secure for you l bottom ( !;ructuin of approximatrty( live th< u : .. ; I
ACAI>E." Y-liratl'at.: .n- .\ n"tar.f..1'
tn tiat.
ing suit that he l lost small slice if | |"; *
a ( lineal feet of siJewal"r\ 7 BATHS \
lumber and other building i and cement li ,.. '. .
? Rhodes of louver, KY., who prices on I'rilMtton 1'! M I. Vila: I Hnra :o and all lirti'Ist.l ioligHi.NORMAL >.
No receives graftson :, rlet.li from a finger. f jot pav'etm'nt. five feet wide. Sjxt'itic.ittons AND: .MOIILL& SCHOOLS.-1 :i..lIl'Jf:1rt.a m its ,nn teibtn: :
will spend the winter with them. material one will be furni"h tl upon[ tti]>iua- :J I'rilllan' and in mini I'-J:";'i ti-io1 -'Ioarat.| 1'lIildillfC. Tier'i....>'_ "ei.i i ,A!',v I O 1 E.l {
Mr. purchase Norman S. Day- I MTV I'lil.lff :> !j.... .i t'if-Iw.rSCHOOL.1 1\11.' -"' i iI
and Mrs. Rowe have most your |1"\{ ', WI
spent Miss Mildred Odum gave a birth ration to the <:IerThe\ city reservestie. oI: \11.\ .\ 1)
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'U'SIC .
i'1. I'll", 'Irah.; 11loz.n| |Iial.'I'r| : 1"I ;'! : I
of their time at Lily Dale, N. Y., tin, Daytona. clay party Monday, Aug. 12th,, in right to rejtit: any and) all >hub.. i:irL'autthen! null' "ur..ft'l.h .
Hv order ,.f the council ART SCttOOI.. 'tulo 1'otieat.; .. LILYVATER 1 I
but Pa. their n : : | n'.4'L.-1.
stopped at Corey, on afternoon last honor of her lath birthday Those
Frank Dittman one E. \\-M.[ l.KoUOtv :M.1-"n has t. f 101'i 'iiltv nf |s l.r..f'I and in..tr.\ t..n. T" : h'd!M I d.-| ; r., 1.Nt l M
way home, where they were joinedby week made the trip to the Inlet and Present were Masters Ralph tluigg trivia tl.. I nvir..iu- .>f i ta.,ado. lIat"I1I'J."n". "'-. l l'attn.'lt" i n;>< nl. .M. Toronto 1 he reel w.ler
!lerk IVljunl, 111. .
Dr. G. W. old friend U.:..L.. .I\ ...-t. I Lotn.nl'c'! litl\\.I'IIII. I ',....ht. IJ.h.Ltwi. : I ni\..r,,;tr'd, Mi-bijnn. INiwiii I k lC LtottTPLA
Wagner an Ilitih .Wil- ELECT
return in three hours :and had time Joe Gramlmg, Oliphant an-l! otlirr I nu.r"ittThere areov.r *:1.n''nin\ l.'iil'liojf" am.i| .int }-
of Mr. Rowe's, who ewns a couple enough while there to catch seven I bur and Ray Johnson, Clarence -- --- nie- itirlv; a '|'lart"r million iloIarvn.\Mii.! | .nt an "nh.u.'I! library of owr 1.;.. T
of nice lots I n.". \..hllll.! .... a1.'autifolchalrlwith(" l ,'r >tlv I turni"lnf, tf.. minding !>ta.in- on North Ridgewood fine bass, a flounder and severs ;, Odum Willie Conrad the Misses : I IV. T .
Stove Wood For Sale \ is' oil |hiaihtinl' a vlo' avenue. sheepshead. Mr. Dittman's boat is I Maggie Parker, Mattie Johnson, parata.anene; lonl! VthUti.. ri..I.! nitnntis. tra-k t> nnH it.'Irtll. l al'aJ'\! dot )
morn] and srn nbs IUHllin :! r.iumjr r "I..tt.i **\ ir.it.
jAn not only speedy, but roomy enoughto i i May and Flora Morrison, Kathleen! Any quantitymw strand liini'lint for '. I I'i. i
intimate knowledge of the t I \ : 11I..11 au-I 1 \\ .11I"1': ton I ltr '"- !ilTaturw" for IM'tt14'trv. 1.l&y..i.i -
; and 11,'riolo, *Mnt; an'I 1 l II ..| ral! aril ,.! FITZGERALD & OATES .
several with com- Porter Myrtle Neenan Myrtle ; raogy : Iy.v --i" lanrm;i building interests of this localitywill carry persons I' wood, I'lieap, at "JIithX: liht.ebrtri; ,' UIU.itam. h..at.iii' nt al'.h.' 1-'!; r'etlhrna t :.i\*>nu'tp,' t
save and i fort, which is a good combinationand Queenie Sullivan All enjoyed a '! u'lij'J" ,'aUl'II", ,.Ltul.l..ry noel! tr+.-, - Co.
you mill. ( in
many anoy&nces found for most good time and wishing Miss Mildred :a\v Jet your I.| ilul>!': tar 1 It'! tiirv ..oiir-w-". .'I.rl.tiall11') ) n"' (... tar :r' t.whl'l: .' II", .- i' 'i *
not usually I' OAI 10', I LO IUA.IIuuu
perhaps extra costs. Let advise one .. .
us t
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ful ant Li.aUhfi.l
winter supply Can leave -aiit : : anJ tl I ":xj"'-narc :
with you. It come you nothing. of the fast boats are made to carry maD happy birthdays departed fur : t atai'iifs i.-w. l.i'irri' an.! UInrt.11I a.
Norman S. Dayton, Daytona. but one or two passengers.; home. orders with S. H (jove- 1 LINCOLN HLLL\, Ph. I)., Litt. D., U'.L.: U., DeLANU: Ra. : L t Pe aelll,



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' "iReo OF CITY COUNCIL. I II ,, tlu II ISOME Ask Mr. Foster 1 1MK


THE HALL OF FAME. RRR
.1 I rOSTUIl lii',u,I what accviuuiuJaliuiia are available at the Lot- a

I Ii y. D. Uawkln of Edlnboro, Pa., who I N I Many Important Matter Looked PROVERBS. I end w ill engage; atoms fur you in aJv ance. At Mr, Foster a offk** you fv

bought a Stradlvarlae violin pros ago Alter and Many Improvement I obtain di-M-riptiv printed matter and personal ia'ftf1Mtion f'ftfW'f'fD1r.

for $9,000, hat cold It for 110,000! to M ask AM/.. 0..41... .. ( ... al the homeward war. ,
-orts .
these and.other rr "cg
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'! Mlii Leona Jackson. Are Being Made. r.r the .!.... I
Atlantic &'111'11. Magnolia priR< Tbe Marqula di 8au Ulullaoo who Floe ethers nee can wake hue
Council met in regular MSS'IOII tIll "
i Cbarlrstun :;uroruf'ri" \U""tL
i I bat bHn appointed Italian ambassador bird. IU true; but what woulolllf'l'Ume
: at the court of Bt. Jamee, It one of Moiulay evening with }President'' 1 I'; of the peacock{ he was deter like tfroitT I Columbia. Camden. .\ib .

the mn,t prominent figure In the political I, Carroll in the (chair I'rt'l'If'ntMt'r- Pinehumt.' Chase; CTty. X..J-tft ...

:. : world In Italy. thourb lie I I. still I men .)ibis. Howard. Hill hulI. ll.uikiu A stitch In time to tale nine I 18 a Hicliinoml.Virgiii OM J't (.....ort. I H re ,I+e w t .ii.-

)flung.Mr. j-ntt-h Juot th. mm*. j i 1 .'."'I. Jam+Me .:s"........, .1tesMr
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iiti'l, Mori is
.. .. Jollut'f'th: 'rn"" bll" teen fln",1 Money aved Is mon?? made but you j Hot Sprints, \';. I.uray. 4..r.

: $.1 tit Ottawa for kissing her own child.hh Mills to (the amount Pi I fll.'Otl.-I; sl ice;" hate to make It flrvt. :j lint i h.N: .k. jfl'l.Mrr t'a,1Y*tnr. 1'IeMlrlate.

s hud teen divorced and When .he urge! read and clerk tu-dercd to .lrawuarrantfl Talk mill I I... 'h""I'. hut the h'It'I'boue. ( >n. ('batt.iIrra Iya.aa.,ltu1tlanta.
i i. met tin child to the itreet the klunedIt compiinim have got might rich bundllnir New'Yorklrji
in f Cincinnati
ia Her hn l>and Mine. It. .. .
: : vaulting ItI Reports of City Collector Hobbs, The early bird way catch the worm.but French Luk >j'tmg-. Chicagei. IIs11a

: : r. James W. Bright ut the John | Sanitary Committee and City PhvM-< its nut tartly a iKjuare deal fur St Louis. \VasWngt
1. T Atlantic
Cit Chy.
the Kansas
HopVlu uulverilty bas completed l an worm. >

i j edition of the gospel 1 of 8t. Luke lathe i rian were presented and ordered All tbiug come to him who waits. i Mr. FO'h'r' *rvic : we free-to f..e *He *.e, ..... .e --. yrr.l
filed and thanks of the council but It take a lot of hustling to find the >
Went Saxon. This Is his fourth In et-, BETTER ASK MKHE FI rTfat.
YOU
: ... i when ou rte in .iuuU
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to wait.If
his series of books In the English of tended to latter two for their efforts right place
.' the tenth c atury. He Is also at work I It la true that riches han wings KNOWS
T on several other velumw.In along health lines. III's hardly right to howl because rich ) PROBABLY

[ i The neatest simplest and best all ; appointing! hla son. Lord Bruce aabis Street Commissioner nix was people are high fliers. I ;
the N n.f, for Oun
the Earl of If you could convince people that the i I y,. Foster's office are at
private secretary Elgin heard regarding the condition of I
haI I
S good die young tine-tenth: of the
followed the latt I
the of
only example
t around machineS on the market. Speedy, i William E. Gladstone who. when h* Fairview avenue and Beach street.A man race would be imitating the dreg) | lion Mark in i

b ecame prime minister in 1888, appointed communication from H. L In an hour. i

i strong and thoroughly reliable. i Herbert Gladstone, then a young i Armstrong was read. A petition A soft answer may turn away wrath I Jacksonville. St. Augustine.Palm .
man of twenty to a similar position. sometimes but generally It U poor protection
i from residents of North Palmetto to your face If the other fellow I Beach Miami.Havana IJ
: Charles ,A. Welch the senior member I ,
The nattiest Runabouts and the n ot f of the Massachusetts bar ls the an'nue'as presented and referredto Is a good hitter.-A. E. Neal 1 la! Judge. i I
I u. C.
sole survivor of the Haiward class of street committee A: ]petition Cuba.Vushin ton.
of which there fif I Am tad.r.tsdt.
'S3 were originally
i comfortable Touring Car : i from residents of Myrtle avenue was '"
-Have you got a Job. Sam
ty-four members. He comes from an ,
the J.UIlSTuJXI'o: SITI4 '.\ Mr F.*trr ai l l.aH'
old Boston family, some of whose ancestors read and as a compromise it was decided "1'N, aah. Dining .
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l.all.I.IaIl '
!11.,1..1 I a
"What are doing?" I INFOIIMATIOOFtll'I I : is the I..I.I.Vf
were residents of Boston aa to place :'andlepClwt'r: incandescent you
tt i For sale in Daytona b y' i early as itS8l.tll&tur : | Tm an understudy, SAb" I'oiitt r.-iiifort. I
the ends of that
Proctor' great lift to .r. lights at I "An uudlOMitudy. Slim?" ... ._ .. ..MMM .
: mont the Vermont Sanitarium For the street. A petition was presented 1 "Yes. sab. My wife dot wa.uiu'. j i r'I I

i BUFFUM & CROUCH. i Treatment ut Tuberculosis Patients. i from residents of Fairview avenue j and I'w ber understudy." 'lie climate of the East; ('o:. t or Florid
for which he contributed flUO.UuO. is But have you ever been called upon
now under construction near Pirtafleld and Beach street regarding the unsanitary to take her plecrT is nearer p rfettion titan that of any

condition of the western "No, tab. I bale got dat far Jitsh. .
..................................................... and will b* completed next summer. ."- Youker Statesman. other place on earth. 4 *
Senator Proctor has given much of his
approach to the Middle Bridge, and i
great wealth toward BUd charities In
I bis state.J. a special committee appointed \by !>... of ttrvButb.That .

DRS. ATWOOD & RAWIINGS ; DR. HOUGHTON Pierpont Morgan recently brought council] presented the following report I butter 1" all right," said a

'f Physicians and Surgeons. to this country the most valuable | which was adopted) and I clerk boarding house keeper. "It 1 I. firkin
butter and tarter of the wood a little O
DENTIST. i Bible now America.. The copy was I
ordered to for wan! copy of ante to Th at's all."
made by the monks of Cluny. France, !i
Dr. Atwood-'olti., x.). 2! S. Rl,l>ft-noo.l. > in the thirteenth century. With thei )ridge) ; Comiany.Daytona, I "If that I I. the care<< replied a .
Office: Suite 4, Opera Hou-se Bloc k. boarder who. is a contractor "I should
: Bible also Dr.Rawling offkt' rr. II e'i I like to get some of that wont to make J.J!!:" .\, ,
I : drujr i-tore Phone 3:. I f the arreat of John Banyan. Mr. i at'' III"
i Whereas the situation
( __ Morgan paying >f 23,000 for the Alt.lnd sanitary I I railroad bridge out of." Ixindoii "II T?
'' terminus! the middle bridge C. a warrant 'west e.I t
C. BOHANNON E. L. STEWART, M. D.
f i John F. Woodbury of Manchester. N. | i iH is becoming a menace to public ) fi8 !
I !llUalli
Physician and Surgeon. Physician and Surgeon the oldest blacksmith in point of i, ;health on account of dead water and i The Tow.U..F Moue T..I.('lot'tulliutly.Wb1WlOft \" n 1k'
.
service In New England has at last re- |
r, Office over the Atwood Pharmacy. 'h *pt"cl.1 attention to I'lM'ajftof tbr tired. He was born In Rutland 1 In I refuse- which art-mutilates in the i j !' you BO lung coining dear? Ifldn't 11i :: ?1 OlTlIlOnU { I Irs
bear rail r
i etreetlAtToaAFLoarri.!. EYE; EAR THROAT and NOSE.Ufflcvsod 1827. At the M* of eighteen years be basin formed by the causeways t j'I you The Hull tuy Mouse M> darllug. l'd \.
started In a blacksmith shop at )told. I
: 3t Telephone Xo.t.. leading to the Middle anti North |11 know" your vweet Tolce auioug a tbuuj I
rt'lld4nu: No. 1"i Mkfiiollarorn and has been engaged in that employment P
.---- _______ -r Palmetto rvrnae. ever since. He baa sold his store Bridges, and whereas open tlosts, I j HUd, but -er- Jou know those pesky flh\

Telephone k3.Q.A.KLOCK: on Lowell street In Manchester. H.. I are maintained in the building re- i hunters put up some mighty tlotie Imitations \
t S. H. GOVE -" ,, uunad5fuck..
and w'111 retire upon a farm.
i icently erected extending over this ,

t r'i ., M. D. I dead and which} Ar. Blc4 Talral. : f aml II' ..... .
A RC'HITECT. KHLDKII AND \i>TRArT( RResidfn. water basin is a | : l ....
t' SCHOOLS IN EUROPE. i, -Ma" said the small sun of a pugilist J' \ .t. .=.- t..
.* anti offht, Physician and Surgeon. I | nuisance. I -...
northt.teorurru .
i ( pa lain a natural born fighter U) Lt'? J J. .. <
Austria bas a school to every HM I Therefore h. it rev.lved that # I "
t attention gUrii to M-s--t! fcf tliS all i -Of course Lr I*, rryllydlDr mutter IlJ- f
r. Ridgewood Kitting of tilastr* I pupil and every l.31M 1 Inhabitants at a opening constructed or made immediately t': "Why du you think he Uu'tV / 1ad .... :"t.-- -=:- ;f
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cost uf 19.1
I. Phone 89.! Da.vtona, Florida 139 S. Hid twood Ave. Phone 2:;. ceuU.In -Oh." replied the young hu[> 'ful. "1i -

I ____ __-_ ______ Office Hours 12:30-3 p. in., 6.30-3 p. in.DAYTO.VA I Huiutla there I I. it M-bo..l to every through this canst way i beard, }Ir. Neighbor try be acquired
I t. -.__.____......__...._..__ JLA. ::"1 luhabltaut. and tier ....S.ool r kP leading to the Middle Bridge by the tbe knack iiM-e Le uiarrled )'vu'II "'- t" AI>.... 0mge CO,..., PI_..... fl.sletlue
-NNNHN1111N. N.NN I udlture of Kus Uu T.5cvntn. ...... ,.. ....
a anuxiutt to Il'"' '' Trauw'r1pt. Cnt Craft aal V. r. f tile '" tiUctary w
Bridge; Company: under direction of t
|SNeville H. Clark the -- INDIAN! RIfER, LIKE: TTOBTU... BttClTXE Bil
jj 0 S. BURNETT street committee and city engineer i-
: :I lu Italy, where there U a inboul toi S..rrv<* ..( II. an rracW4 fr.. JarkMarllk vU tea
i i 'I' every tilt) Inbabltauta, a fhool U vl.- which will allow a siillicient }IIUIt" -1 errs by the pa|>ers that ,

1 d OPTICIAN. |== Tailor. itrd by fifty bii children, au.1 a pupil)I How through the oj>eiiiiig to <'arryolT lour new book has made you famous FLORIDA E1ST COAST R1ILW1T.
&rlbblt't.ut It's
curb 10.75 cent a vjuenttouable '

tts t H Orders Taken for Royal Tailoring i j| lu Franca there 1 1. a ncboul to t'\t'ry all stagnant water t brand of fame, after all

.j' ii f :i 164.) inhabitants, a svhool U stttedd .d I W. F. ..JIII"I IIUI .-IIV"1" that

= I .i,' f' :: Cleaning Prebsing, Altering an niity'ilx children, end every Frenob- I C. M. BINUUM rILbI1O.-11 creditors are constantly -
\ I R ';: I soliciting my autograph on a check
Ii U wan contributes 29 rent to tbe rxI :
Repairing for Ladies and Gen- J. C. H..VVMCI., Detroit Tribune

i H! |] tlemen. We call for and eadlture. : John H. Parkinson allowed''
L' was A
Examined II lu ; there U one ncbuol to
I lermauy
= Eyes ree.
r i r : .. ..
t I H M l Hate T I4 N.r.o .
.. deliver J all good every 700 inhabitants, and uu au average salary as attorney for three-fourths I
:
M children attend our tchool.I said Mb Uoodley "I've never F.. tiff *f WaatlM. best.-1Ma Cart rr n.w.eo& ..11tl ,
I At rJar! '* Jewelry Store. :: Avenue I of a year. Bill of .I W. Jalin: s been Introduced to Mr Ii'Auber 1'" rnlualar
11 :.:. Cottage DAYToXA. KL.\. The fipene amounts to S8.2A cents abead FUrUa, lad ether laLr.atLy aU.-
S SNNI.NNN/1.1 u .. I of population. for $1.1 1: was allows) been told though that he Is an exceedingly y. riklOTT, J. P.ILf&1''n. 7... Bill IE.Vlnrm'i .
I : / :=: .N -fNMNN ) clever artist" ... .. 1
NNNNNNNNINIIN _
NIIN N s I. t
: Low Titles for August. In Spain there U a school to every An ordinance requiring the licensing .a.%r. a-
"Y,. I'm shocked:r exclaimed hoot
} A. M. I'I: M.h I txx Inhabitant, and fifty,ill children and! registering of automobiles -If AlUlKTI.ilE, FLA.
I you were never Introduced why
,............... : : : constitute tb attendance. Every .
f SEABOARDAir AugAug ..........,.. : 73: average or motor vehicles, street hacks did you let him speak to you?"--Fhlladelphla -- ..
child however, annual
I, 2... 7:47: .35: requlrea an Press
expenditure of 25 cents. In England I I!jomniliiisses, dra'sand wagons used 1
3..
Aug S.4J: 9;35: -----
Line Railway. I condition are altullar. but the eoct t ;i on the streets of I P.utonu, was read I ..
r : ug1...?. 937 10.28H ; : I j A .1.. IB HI. K.\...
amounts to 27.23 cents for each child. !
t Aug j.10.2SAug / ; '17 land' passed. its first and second reading y. "\urltl'b Is the most stupid\ Iguora. Fu c.
Savannah
Columbia, Camden, Southern (i..11:17: ...... 1 gnus I ever ujet."

Pines, I'aliegh, lliclimond; I Lug 7. 12.02 I j SHORT STORIES. j "Think sor
I __ j The clerk was instructed! to prcure ,[ "Of I
course. Why what he doesn't
Washington Baltimore I I'lnladdphia a'
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Aug !
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:- 12:-1
I Tb tall live longer than the ah rL ; dog tags and city lir.t'n'ow'fllr! |i know would fill any number of books." ExcaessPRf
New Y.jrk. I Aug !y. llf: ; 1:20:
Tbe Cuban cannot wood the letter f I ""Weil It to have
seems filled Out
J Aug 10 l ;i.1: 1 :;37 I .*." in tb. middle of a word. the coming year, a supply of {a y'' !!: b8/1k book." Houston Tost PALO

--- -- I Aug 2.2: 2::331 j Then arw In the United States IlWrtlthan I vouchers and :';II> postal notices for

i Aug 12 3.03 3.21: 350 secret orders brotherhood use of colltctor. Vlmttrrtug."How :

Two Elegant Trains Daily) f Aug 3:41: 353:; and lUterboodi, containing over ..(0).- I I It was ordered that an arc light' much poctage ,,UI this require

Aug 14._... 4:1: J 4:40 000 members. ; ?" asked the young author "It U
Seaboard I HxpressSeaboard 15. I be placed at F. K; C. Ry ami I Magnolia one of tuy manuscripts.
Aug : :04 5:33f.:34: It Is stated that whlU there 1* room

: ... XailModem t i Aug .. 5:5(1Aug ( ;: t la western Canada fur 50,000>> mllea of avenue and two imendescentlights .. "Two cents an ounce" answered the
I
railway there' are scarcely l more than 'i pontoffice clerk) "That's first cUua mat
17. ::03Aug 7.42iSS: between ra'droad and Hidge- "

Pullman]] Equipment 1<5. 7;.>7 ; I :;.(UO mike there at present I wood avenue. Warrant fur .* |"i;, ter."Oh. thank your: .Judge. Wn! __s h a '
I lug 1'J! 900 10 02'! i'! A pair of. gloves passes through itear- I ur+lYurtl DtlIVLRfD foR
drawn in favor of the lUiard -- -
--- -- !i ly band from the was of
twenty-two moment
Aug 20..10.12Aug ; 11.1 or !! Hiaat .... "... alJ
tip if
i that tll4t ikla leaven the dresser till the i Trade I
JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINE 21..U.14Aug : ..... $ I2Q9
22 : j time when the glow are purchased. I -- -- --. G '' _
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] .01 12.11
NORFOLK, VA. I' Aug 23.12.57- 1 :o.i I' Practically all the vllve oil Imported 1 :!j ROUND: TRIP RHES'IA ATLAMIC: i I
' from Italy earl other European:: couu

Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily. I.I Aug ..- .. 1:40,:.. 1 .55; I trl.. has been found pure .u fur aa eiamlued COAST LIM-: RAILWAY ij ii i CHAS. BLUM & COMPANY

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: I by I>r Wiley ut the department 'I From Jacksonville to Jamestown.
For full information and .let-per{ resetAug: 21..;. 3.12Aug : 3.:t3 I of agriculture. j \ iK.; :>TY 1'\ HST 1m 1-:" 1\4, .

a write v&tions to call on any agent of :Sralxiunl: or': 27.../ 3.55Aug 421 i j An effort I"1 firing made by the cltly %:2d?I .:'VJ Fifteen day tickets (nortl 1 Blue Ribbon
Beer and I Is"r..1
S. C. BOYLSTO.V.;. : 2\. 4.3sAug .O' I aena of Rpeucer Mat to get pucaeaQ I in sleeta'r stoj>--over i allowed I Lewis 66 WhiskeyIMKHlMlllt

Assiytaiit yj....... 5:23Aug ..; t lion of the birthplace of Ella How c' within limit tut 1..1<.r bur '
Central 1'ii !tngrr Agmt.Jacksonville. 30. ... .. ......... rtl':! t.5., ,. Inventor of the sewing wachlne. In j j't I I U 1e 1
't Ha. 31. |I that city for UM use of a historic buildInjr $:!H I .'.I.i ,Sixty day ti< hIs. Gall! in -- ---- -- ---- -

Auj 7:05 ;() for the tows I( sleeper, all..w..1"itli" i : .eee................ .................... ........
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SNAKES. limit. : MALLORYLINES :

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I!1 | To the Jamestown Exposition via I Two Fotorl't"utll. headeil often snakes eat one are another.not uncommon ,i Ii i: in within sleeper limit, stoj of -overs IW. l.'ithI allows I 1: )


: Snake* can lue a j eat or more will .- \JVfK TOI KI.-T{ IMTF: > : SPECIAL PASSENGER.EXPRESS
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out fo tl. i On sale daily, limit Ottolier :Sts\ It. e -

Atlantic Coast Line. I II 1W.1oK'0.\....> |1.11t) po SuUl, or act: all ; Drnter. t''jT'.H; They tell Wit your husband! draws a STEAMSHIPS. .
" UeMd. a* a Divai.R of d.fense. : 1 .
i Gainesville, (Ja. I 17.L" alary fur aleepln'," N n IIAtgrrl roust tliorouicliiv: "'I UI{N..I {Iorlle"" .1rAn.-! ", e C."IU.t .
S KaiiKK of > -rp'ut" are renewed or I "Sure, that's right, Jars Clancy. He's C 1
III Chicago, 111. 4i.a"; I j :MHtVKIUKllUMM.:
prow age it nrter tlng extracted. I a night wauhraan.New York World Jf

I People all over Florida
I ",...It! tkoJ..I" but are the temperature I f.It.t1.1.. 01, IIN.Nr sU1r. u" no tit Irtn will I air ..,)h!+ t .
I i Folder for schedules to the Jamestown Elpo itifln.I of their .Kurroundlngs. Niagara Fall, N Y. -IS.'L; "Du you think the country Is safer uijnit." ,,f l..-rtU. ur.t!,.> inatinirai .. Its of Idim,*' nail,, it rt_rtier
I Put-in-Bay, < >1. | ?.9r urll./l/ alll".n/Ct'r.. imliviilual! taps aunt .JI
:i attotion
I Two daily) trains each way with through 1'iillinan buffet sleeping The young black snake is gray andsotted + "Certainly. answered Mr. Duet}It : 1'.'=-':'FElts:: : .KAB: B: JA( KSO.NVII.I.K: : .
; and often mistaken for the 1 Washington. U.) C. :;7..hl 4 8ta.. -We big investors are drawing f 1-:;"", at'lMMlulmfi.liii.il in Florida Kl.KTill: >1 11\
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cars potted adder, water snake or copperhead I Lookout Mt. Tenn., 2\.l.t dividend that make U Incumbent on l.u'H.ooT (RATES: TO NEW: YORK AM.: \1.1. nHNT.4 'ilK I H i I
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Season, sixty days and lifteeu days limit excursion title!.* on B..BBd !. a..... i For further information and pullman ]]I- aa possible insure."-the Washington country ai Star.thoroughly Im bbh'ugdrlightfulUAl'LIISIITN111.tGnslgGth/ !FAMOVS! ->E:.% ISLANDS. ..

sale unner-lH you think It luckypick to reservations! call on or write to Lroujih tu'ket. mild to all Northern |I"illb r ..t full tf." .:
from 'ter
daily .April lath t>i Xov. ith at low rate CWh Ra.lt S rrgardiUg nttr,4'ti0nr ..
of ... .
excursions up a horseshoe? Frank C. Boylston, District Passenger ">\' en Mark Twain La>| twists. rte al'ply to .f1..r..IIII' 'thin, hi.. .11&lCtulI. r..I.: a: .o"_

at very low rates. Chauffeur-Not If you pick It up with ,:;{ Agent Atlantic Toast. Line school: In Hannibal." was a Uy at : F. ,\
your automobile tire.-Chicago News said a veteran I 'i IRONA10NGER Jr. > ''' lest iu Nr..t
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schoolmaster .
once set : V "l-iauK.mrral FaiMnxcr JIMIt"U1111r r .n.l"; 1I
For rates, rullnian reservationand all detailed informationwrite 0.. t....... the this to writing a composition on I I : <,'<*>. II. (;tart. Ixx'altnut: A@t'Joi, Uuytura. t'Jn.
call Johnny was dreadfully' ] .. Tb Insult) of Lailnes' j e.e........e....... .i
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glad I Ma't a cow anyway he Halifax Alusic\ [House.UEOROE "Young Clemens at the end of baIt'an j :
groaned "8fi.', got four stomachs! Lout banded in as bIll! ((Jwt otlUon i

" I FRANK C. BOYLSTON <. Minneapolis Journal W AY. a black slate" .. Niagara Hydraulic Enjlne ,

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: District i Passenger Acent.. Athnti.Coast Line.JACKSONVILLE. I 5. -... Serer... The ('Le31t plate in the State to The society Se rl..d reporters 5'.. -Leader. I: p. Hill deliver water in abundant t. j' 1 '\ ?'1a 1
"He need to be In the ." always spa
secret
service
buy Pianos. Pianos to Rent. Tuning of a bride being "led to tt i'I Mule r>f the source. It re.purew al!>- li.-:.. ..ties-.
Why did he give It upT altar lut' :
FLA I i "H. got It.&rr1wltulUM1: Plat! Repairing and Polishing by a ,! as though a bride couldn't and her own (-. v"' i;?: tioniibt even oiling and will ',.,t f. I o! t::..

.................08.......................... j 1 DMier. skilled jworlman. _, i! Becord way there blindfolded.-Pbiladelp bra I' f"" gtltlJute: for CataLgur. JOSEPH OSBORNE,

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