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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: September 7, 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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Florida 7 11)07.) nut AhnU.lar' """ lt '. 0.)1." .... YkIOItr, -"Me 5 Cents
Vol. 19, No. 15 O yet Everywhere. Heachc All L.ee> Daytona, Saturday, September' t,

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N...NN/NNN..............N11NN/NNNN111N.1I DEPUTY SHERIFF DRAINAGE PLAN COMING\ AUTO :


I BARGAIN COUNTER. i KURTZ KILLED GAINS HEADWAY.Far TOURNAMENT.\ 2: THE CHAS. E. GARDINER CO. :i


\\'e are putting out new bargains every day on i iQ v. 9 r. lit Ir >. .
our Bargain Tahle in the line uf Remnants uf Dress : : .
His Life Snuffed Out by the Accidental: Reaching Effect on Daytona's New"o.k enthusiasts Looking Toward : DRY GOODS MERCHANTS
Goods, Ribbons, [Laces, Embroideries, Slightly Soili i ,
1 ed Goods, Patterns, Skirts, Shirtwaist: Suits, Ilat, Discharge of a Roolver Dropped future-> alusble Lands ReclaimedThat Florida as the Mecca' of the I.p

Etc., Etc.. and we invite you to look them over for I From fits Pocket. are Practically Worthless. Big Racers at Coming Meet. i : Anthony Block, Phone 102, Daytona, Fla. ;

there may be something you need( among them and Dejmty Sheriff Chas 11. Kurt/, of The Hoard of Trade's movement Interest in the Ormond-Dajtona i i : .

will save you money. DeLand. met a tragic endVednes- to drain the liainnioik lands tributary Leach today admitted to be the :
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day, while on his: way to this city t to to D.itona) i is gaining new finest and fastest: automobile speedway :

The Peck-Hendricks Company. I from Xew :-m'rna.; friends and supporters everyday, in all the, world and I with its I :p NEW GOODS.

NN...........................................N... Mr Kurtz was on his way here to due to the fact that everjbusiness records standing, despite all OPposi-I' : .
mt't"theritT:: Brown, of Kre\ard man, property owner and workingman tion and every effort of : Prices as low as the market will afford.

.........1.NI ......................................... County. and join in the pursuit of a within time inibv of the post- timers: elsewhere to l beat them, unchallenged :

I i negro fiend who had! assaulted! the office will receive 4 direct l benefit is again beginning to : \Y(' will be delighted to show you our goods and

i M. ELLA DE VOY CO.LADIES' wife of a section foreman near Titus- from drainage. When the hammocks grow, and the eyes of the enthusiasts have you examine them( rare fully. They were selected -

: HATTERS \ille Saturday of last:" week, and was are dried out sufTiciently to of the north and east turn once for you with care.
: supposed to IM in this \iiinily. be cultivated all tile lear without again; toward Florida

: Correct in Styles. Personal attention to Fitting.* At New Sn!) rna Deputy Kurt/ ':the fear of an overflow, several\ The Xew York (dole and Coin- The Chas. E. Gardiner Co.

: \t .ft. South Itru'It) :Str.ft, D.otun.i. picked an old) } who had. thousand acres of the most' fertile lI1'ft'ial. shaking of the outlook for .
..................................................... up negro Anthony Block Beach Street .
Ijeen for tl by the tlteing brute toe bud: lit the L'1tt'iII thus quickly the coming; winter, says: p .
-- -- ----:- I: \<'hangc tlothing with him, and in become settled! l hf a thrifty, wealth- "Those who are interested in DAYTOXA FLA.
".Wii".ini..i..i ii..ilfiiiiiiii.i'ii.iiii, i..iiiiii.iii..Wiiiiii i.iii..ii..iiiiiii..iii..ii..iiiiii. ] ,
with Harry Sann and .1. s. prodiitmg class of Utrm'kus:' legitimate automobile racing on a
company ..............,....... ............ .... 1..N.....
Ihissere! bringing him in an automobile What t this", means to 1 Jlaytona's> merchants onirse that is safe and. fast are ask
t i Miller Strohm Co. I.
= to Daytona) to protect him what it means in enhancement ing whether there is to b be a speed ....................................................... .
from possible violence, as the jxoplewire of city and I country land values carnival on the Florida ILast: Coast I
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} Successors to I so worked tmbter! the terrible what it means to the contractor over the famous I )rmond-1)avtona)

PECK &. FOSTER. outrage that Utreatwere being mechanic and laborerthose bea< h next winter. I i I I CONRAD GROCERY CO. j I

made against him although he was concerned will see at a glance; but "If a tournament is given, the I '

r Family Groceries i:: blameless in the matter having l been the i eople to profit most largely are drivers will only have to beat the (Successor to 1'.. T. Conrad & Co.) !
f awed into the exchange at the ]mint tliw truckers.ho will be enabled records for the world, made on the I .
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: i;: Orain F-::: of a pistol) ( to cultivate their crops in security, Leach during the past five winters.-\ .

I { and 1 FtllMI .. llejiairs: ,. were in progress' at tile without fear of overflows) or excess: which are from one to IOO -\, :. Carry a Full and Complete :. _

-. vxith end (.f f the draw bridge our of water from the higher II:it woods (1 lusite."The.

"IT'S ALL IN THE SHREDS" PrfMII1 I'rolll1l'tR{ ;: Spruce ('reckud) tIle )parly alighted I west< of the hammock. greatest drivers in the I : Line of Plain and Fancy ;

.i.r w.rr .ymm..m..f.unm.... ,1 ,.IOIIIt111/1/1111//18/111......................... .1111111. ... .. .IU/O/IOlOID............ .. ,.........,. ::. with the exception. of the negro who The richest soil we have here world} ) have (IIIIII't.1! on the Florida I .

was left in the auto, in order to'land more fertile is not found in beach, and there is now 110 tlilmte as
NBond ..
iiKixe a pile driver which. was stand I'loridai, is t that which is low and to the cormtmss of the lesults i GROCERIES !

l. Lumber Company .1 ing m the bridge in smb. a )jHWitioiia octasionally. gets too miuh water. which were recorded 1 by the tltttiicdevicth i

-, to blchk the \\ay. dl I r. Sams was: l'rol't'l"l"tlraillt't1, it vitldsas fine ami! ; and the foreign drivers and -.0.--- .

i UFACTI'.t.I/S( /S OF : t.lose to Mr Kurt7 as they worked! abundant crop as can be prodmrd foreign visitors who saw the races : : .

ROUOH AND DRESSED and Mr Muss+ but a few steps| di,- anywhere of it.lt'rJ. lettiu, |>otatoes, believe the fastest course in the : CLOVER HILL BUTTER. :

PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER \.. \. T Lint Mr Kurt/was using a pry toI tomitots, taulillovver, tirgplant, I i world i is that of theOrmond.Daylona :. .: if i!;

I move the pile driver and I as heSt !,cans, ]leas and almost' any other (Seat h. f

Lath, Shingles, Flooring, ( iling, Brick, Limp ii ]I| *)<'|Ktl' to throw more strength' into crop that is rightly. planted. and cultivated. !-I I: "One thing that will lie needed tosafely :. The Conrad Grocery Company i. I 1,
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+IImt' and .rd.: Felt ever his t.tTurti.: his pistol a I thirty. .ight t 1. and nute! sfully give long I
and Cement Hto'k. : t
t 111 1.lIuJ alld ortugr Atruue : I I'*. T. Conrad A (fo's, old stand.Groceries. .
calibre, slipp.1! from its bolster and I tale County is said to Lave received I distance races un the Ormond-Day- i .
V )l1J.I..H-Bou4 Mill,AUantle l'oa5t Iinr ito.. Iw .8111...80ulb flf iarktoniln& : ] \ ...............................................1..... i iI I f
Kalamazoo on HaD ford Hnmcb of tb. F. t:. r. It,. striking on the Hooring of the :sl,< MI.I(NK) for her tomatoesthe ) tona Beach is! the construction of I

_Phone 8J R. J. MALIIY Manager. .: !ridge[, was .lisdllrl-.1.: The built past season. The_Sanford, dis- I land loops for turning l purjioscs' at II -.1-.1.I.I.I.1.I.I.i.I.I.-.-..-.1I1-.-1.I.-1-.1II-.1-.-11-.II- -.Ia :
I ententlleis ihest< just IJd'ltll(> t ri .t claims! or rf: .ANI,1MNt c I I from lx th ends of the course which is .
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11I.k and came out Itttwcen his (tlery alone. ILislmgs farmers:about sixteen miles in length, and if
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--- -. ---- --- --- -- !shoulders'; : killing him instantlyevi i : : poikcted a cool half million fortheir i i those!'; turns are constnu ted all long ? i

t Wiiilr.."'ii..."Ji"WiiJi'" iiiiUi.iiimi.VIi iJ 'iN'ii.V iii'ii.Vi..i iii,VWi..ii. iiiii.I,11.t dently severing an artery as the t 1 |IIIta\If\ ii I I distance records in races of the : :

A. D. tkBRID8 F.N.t"JMIAD =: blood gushed: from his mouth. He With lands!' treat: will grow lither French Grand 1'rix and Vanderbiltcup I I : i
= PresWest Ca.hicr :: I I' -. ii
t .Jj.lw.t utter a sound but grasping; iif these <'roj>s e pial to the action\ will lie eclipsed, ;as; the average: I

i at the wound) itla his hand straightened named! with an abundant of artesian per hour no doubt will be over i IIi NOW YOU ARE TALKING! : i
i MERCHANTS BANK SN
: up and r..I1I.\f'1.: into the arms: water furnishing the cheapestform seventy-five miles, which will give 1 r.

'IIr.n k \.lal. :t Capital Stock.. ....... ...................... '., fio.W.()( ) i: ." i My
The young men i-ontnved to get of people visiting us every ; :: Personal LiaLility............. ... .... ............... IWJOO) S STraQ..ada I- order anddelivering
the the and for
auto last obstruction! winter and returning to their homesall long rac-es. I I take pleasure in calling jour :

a General flanking Bu!>lness.1 plating the body in it hurried to over the country to advertise. us, "With the (construction (if the : : IJro1l1ptlllat you want. My 1 stock :

.;. :. per ('{'ut. I Interest (COmIOIIIHlecl QlIal'tC'l'ly I PaiI 011 : tln- city, and dirett to the ItinghamA it is: time Daytona awakened to her turns! the true condition can be mort'I I I : is always! fresh and fine and your trade, will :

-t \: hal(,) undertaking! establishment.' |possibilities.. or. less ignored, as the race can progress : be highly appreciated and well Liken' care of. :
Savings At''ount! I
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, I Hr. Stewart:: was called but found The committee charged with when the tide is half in. In : Plume me your wants. :

i SufrtY 1)c'l'ol-it Boxes for Itrnt that nothing could} ) \IJe done, for bringing about drainage i is composed i other words the rae tan start with ,I U .

-srtirrr 11x11111111/1111...............,.11111... rrw>urrr..wr.111111ltd111111111111........... ..,!..!...!!.'!.'!.'!......!,.!....f'r ; though the body was till \\anll. of Messrs ('loll k. lieman,1 I; 1'dmondson the tide half out whidl"ill give CARROLL
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lire had evidi( 'ntlv issn extinct from : ( aril iner and :Smith four hours racing time, which will Ii ,
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the 1II0IIWllt of the an.illt'llt. whithuiurred -- .- 1)(' ample for a :'lno-mile) race 1 1i i iV ii.

at twelve, noon. Japanese Village in Dade County. 'S:' ) far Florida enthusiasts are i.i The North Beach st. Grocer. : I

Mr. Kurt was a s..n.in.law of 1.iKtiighertj concerned, there will be a tournament -

Norman S of D.iton.i) : I'c.Mh and 'IheSt. Lane County Tribune I provided the manufacturers : : Telephone \(). 19. I Ii
DaytonPlans of the .Iaj' word was iuuuediatel: }' 11i"l'atdl.1 I to says "''I his the .of the north will send theirars: i .I.I.1.1.1.i.I11.I.I.1.1.I.I.I.......I.I.I.I.I.I.1.IS !
i is ,
moat): >rhai mostuni i
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him. and ho and I Mrs I )Dougherty) here.
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< town in America There' are 1- !
and other memlx of the funily jue "Directors) of[ tho, Florida! Hast
abut of the (Orientalsgathered .
now forty i
Estimates, were f'u.n with the. remains It Cua-st Automobile Association have I l
,
there, nu>st of them being :
Sft>iu it \tai imjiossible to get word promised' long since, that the looj I 1I
fruit and truck fawwl"M. I
direct to lK'L'iii'1: but a mosvigewas growers desired will be built and that distance I Norman S. Dayton !I
Superintendence They raise. pineapples: and light garden : J
sent'; tll Sh.-rilT Brown at Titus races tan !lit- run on this:
stuff Th..irhoMsts are built. i
xille and New Sinvrna with the bea .h. The Vanderbilt Cup race,
to <
Lumlter Yard, Magnolia[ Auniii a.'d F. 11 r'. !!a I".i..J Jike those of their. native country
of gifting it through from had it not In' for Willie K. Yanderbilt -
hop. en
Heal! I IMate dire, Ihtd.' '..r boutli ".f iKxstofTue. 1' II I'.DMONHSOX with fences about them the gates of
there. Sheriff Turner learned the would have Iiecn LUMBER.Yard
s grouch; .
( Manager, Daytona, Fla. i'luii 's at office, yardami which are tiftetn fist high. They
residence.WIIIiN .'1.1,1111'\\Sit Xew :Sinyrni; tm his i way run off here in Xoumlier.
,
cultivate anln'
eighty
over from I iVLind I and! readied} I heieat or 1110ft'C'rt I "Last year the records. apparently }, Magnolia Avenue and I I. E. (f'. Kailway. Also
In. The
:\ as as tan
I lr'ISI't'nU'i|
three o\ lot'k p. 111.I frightened off many but this year it 1'Iain, I'.stimates and, :.Siij) *.nntcndenie, Heal: Estate: office
|eople> of the surrounding rountrytthink
I Mr. Kurt/ way a pltasant: warmhearted well of the Japanese for the i is lulicved that manufacturers will 1st d.ior. south of I'. M. W II. UMONISOX J: J :;( Manager, .

................................ ..........*.......<.4i = man, |opiilar throughout latter are a vniable, wet'mannered get in line. and that an effort will Davtona.) : Florida Phones' at office, yard and residnueto ,

J : YOU ARK CONTEMPLATING ; the ('tlllllt).. which was: well demonstrated st.t. and I would not for any consider- IK- made to lower some of the records .

I here hut a few vvctks' ago already made, l Distance> events will
getting a Gahalli7t..llrull Tank a new Tin INmf: a II..t Air Furnace, atkm I pass Von on the road withoutwaxing
, t 4 I when a rumor was emulated that their arms in salutation I l he the rule this year, and, with

. .. or any of the other I lIJt'talnt''fosltit! -$ required I to complete 1 a modern,: he htIII.'t'lIl.illt'.1llilt': miking an The colony established' a little Motoring Morgan already beginningthe ..

i dwelling, renuinln-r that i:: I arrest 'I he grtatest: anxiety was less., than tw vcars ago Most of work! in the north, Florida seems City Dotel.
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sids heard t-rtain hive another rourdhnaking .
: felt and tilt all were e-s- to '
tll" talk their
.hl' own language
I C. NASH a SON ;I I I pressious- of sympathy and interest< though a few of them are educated I I tciiirnaim this .year."OrmondI.ituna r. r

I < I I until Mr( Kurt/ appeared I andproed in l.nglish I: Most of them, t".>. are I II i ) !Beach had i iolie OPEN ALL THE YEAR
I z i. DAYTONA. FLA. ; lie I l the f.isteautomo
Tt1."gllil..l -
. I the rumor groundN'ss bringing over their families: "Y I as" :"

o are best prepared to give pnunpt and reliable service at fair prices.General ;: 'I was ill the prune of miuhood. thirtvtlnee mati," as> the settlement ,called l is,I bile I racing gnxiud in the w'rld.
I cars of age, and leaves a wife ,gaud! with this recogmti n IK'w general -
of 1'alm Isahi.Real
alxwit I'l!1 miles' s-.uth ruble Bourd.
repair shop on Volusia Axenue, next to the Arm-iry ;: au.llittle daughter, who have the I manufac.turers, will be l turned i ,
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S Phone r:;S. Out of town work) MII<'ited. ;: svmpathy of the public in the tragic come here and mmiirte <'r admit
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1 .NNN.....................*...............*.......:: j l>ss of a loving husband and father I (:state Transfers.IV that they cannot t'tl pial what hay already
-I The county l loses a brave and faithful Land, Ha., Mpt. 3-Tlie fobs tog '1 litt.n done GEO. H. MATTHEWS

.N.................................................'. I officer:who was alwavs. rIan.1 .\ trausfrncf property in and I abwut Daytona -- -- 1'WI-'RIEroR.(
J Lave liven recorded in the cf.l':! <>f
: J. B. (j.\RRIo;. It. H TMOUV i In Justice Court.Jibson .
: ; quick to answer tit the call of the CkrL of the Cirruit Court at I kI.arnl -I
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I V loso examination of rJectncttl !.1''dutv.Jl recently: Peen ( and John John.on. *.*..**.....**............**...........*.*.*....
work fini>!li il and charged 1 fur i' IVputy Kurtz was the right arm J't5'p1,11 M>>rne to Henry iVpgroa I I two colored iti/eus of Iid'aLl'' : ... ar night: Mt.liHi.rva.IV-r), t *
f : from till hop lio\\s. liu'v squarely : i'I and warm ix'tt nag friend of Sheriff Still 1Juebeth lkeuf part uf l"l: ,tl-xk 1 I came engaged in a hand to hand Fltet i-U *** : t
I J PORTAULi
: -11 I and honorably ue transact our 11, Davtoiia.
Turner whom his. tlf'ath"ill be battle in Kingston Sunday afternoon *
: business. Klectnral pairs re- : if, to a J. \V. Ht't'.e to C. M. McI)..nalJ, !I.IJO'' : :_:.. .*, .. ..... ,.. SAW MILL OL1IIIS .
t ee \'e i-jHtial attrntiun. Tluisr J i heavy l loss. Mr I Turner a<' i>m- .part of loti 11 and 1-: Rogers: U..yt..r.a. and Maggie Johnson wife of .. i J. ......i_.1',.... -...I .:_._ LI.\... ti'. 1.1! on *.rtu. ugluei/ ..
1 :j who employ us neerorr)' abvutwur I pan it'd the remains to IVLand. leaving Andrew leach and lien: 7.1. wife, to one of, the combatants, seized' a "" cMii1 iL .ml It>>llH'-< .tl A.I kinds<
: charges, and tliy Vnow l 10- .* i L 1 here on the 1 evening train. John Clement, *1.00, \\ S j ft. cf lt l J stick and also mixed up in the, :. .+!A. __ etond mla:i .v'nrk"g'|cllei,.III..blrl.'r\V' carry and a :+

fore engaging us that our woik- .i I __ __ 'ul> t>f river Ivt 14, Orn.oiwl.Hias. affair. One of the men was cut in __.. ./lr".. ir'K-k. an.,1 Cap make *
: man-1tip will be the lDaytona *-'t. : Hadwin Courtney left for Miami W. and Mary; M. Kush) to }loin the hand and both were somewhat :. In,"''t i ,ll tlilfJIIIfUt, J
i! bLI)'. S1J-V:! 1..1 l., !,took 4, :;t.t"k.ou'tI!
: d : Tuesday to act as best man at the New : bruised! before they \\('reparate.r mu,tr.t.,11 1 Itt.tl: !,,c .. .. Ue 'an ave you monrv. :
Co. Sn.yrna.Bigger
Electric
1 t ;: w : wedding of his brother Mortimer - They were taken before J u tlC, : <"' i.\il":\ :.1'; .'. carr '''! in t'.i, Aiid't:- ail l It'terst-. :

_, i -t :23-2 South Hearh Street. : Courtney which occurred Thursdarat : and I letter i h i\es at tie Titus Monday morning, she }pat all : COMPANY t \[ 41 ATLANTA South lortjlh, UEURUI.\MrcctiMALSBV : ;:

tit ..............N..........._.......................1.: that place Daytona Bakery 1 under, Lund of i :.t 4 > each ................................................. ...
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THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS boat Some until of the relief party came from Daytona the, I Holly Hill. THE COUNTY Students Wanted PINE WOOD :


PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY others walked to Ormond and hired two (. Thursday, Sept. ;.-Fred C. Fluhart I' Earnest and honest. ones, to avail them- S
S conveyances to bring them home. The made a trip to Jacksonville, Friday, returning : BOARD A1EETS.
T. E. FITZGERALD Editor the sehes of the superior advantages offerr FOR SALE
the outing were
; parties!:! enjoying Monday.Wm. i
.. X X d by
Misses Leonard Mobley
Yelvington,
McCoy, tsr., returned from Titus. I <

THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY the Strother tvoIies two: Misser Payson Tomlmson, two Misses and yule\ Saturday, here h. has been at'' Matters Brought Before Them for I ROLLINS) COLLEGE, $2 and $2.50 a Strand

work on the new sawmill.
( INCORPORATED ) Messrs. Odum Morgan, Leonard, :Selden Consideration at ThelrSeptem-
Noah Yehington came down frum1' I Winter Park, Fla. from Hutchin-
and Dean and Lawrence Hart. The delivered,
ber Meeting. I
Jacksonville last
Thursday, but finding| I .

,. h.1 : Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona Florida as Second Class Matter. party Kirk. was chaperoned by Rev. Smith his folks were at Titusville!!' went on toi I liuard met on Mon'lay, Clo.isica1: Scientific, Music, Art, Modern son's Wood Yard, west of

that place Saturday to see them. Languages, Expression, Business
: I SUBSCRIPTION RATB6. Mesdames Egford and Grant Ely,with Edwin Dallow, who a stopping on the I ber -'. Present W. H. SePkm-1, : and Stenographic Courses of high grade. railroad Magnolia; avenue. 1

their families, are occupying the Hawkeye beach with his parent, Mr. and Irs'l! D. Brooke T. .1. Murray ant I). Most attractive and healthful surround-

: One copy one year_.-. .ll.oO Villa. John Dallow, i>f WelakaUited with Jordan tlerk. ings. Fine gymnasium and all field and "
p One six months.. .... .75 Mr. and Mrs. Crown after a season I
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3 One copy three months.....- .w | Mrs. Heath and Kenneth, Sunday and j jj \V. II. McBride was duly elected water sports. Good board and moderate -
copy have
Brush
spent: at the Edith cottage, j Mrs. Iteathapent Wednesday at Marietta I II chairman expenses. J. A. Hutchinson

ADVERTISING RATES. returned to their home at Rocky Point. with Mr. and Mrs. Dallow. I II pro tern. I
I j cottage I', For full information and room reserations -
here from I TLe following road and --
Dr. Frazier and wife are bridge -- ----
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I A pleasant surprise party was enjoyedat I % address:
DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS.
r : Arcadia, occupying a suit of rooms at reports were then submitted
r Rate per Inch per insertion to regular advertisers......... .......................-.IO cents Ocean ; H. C. Quattlebaum'a last Thursday : HON. W. R. O'NEAL. Stove Wood For Sale-
2 Hate per Inch per Insertion for less than three months.......lo cents Spray.: ..evening.: A beautiful array of night !I District Xo. 1-Repairs: on Os-

Rate per inch per Insertion for single ...30 cents Mrs. McDonald and daughter. Mrs.Alop blooming cereus, nine fine blossoms, teen and Hnterprise road. Orlando, Florida.
_. READING NOTICES OR LOCALS. and Miss Connie Daughtry left for I added to the ---- ----
, I Pleasure.Mrs. Districts Xos. and pine traiul
: I-No Any quantity
re
: Kite per line, each insertion.. .10 ffnts their home at Gainesville! :Saturday. C. H. Simonds will heave Saturday :; i Halifax Music\ (House.
11 M. Weston and his bride, after a port. 0'Co.'s
: RATES FOIl CHURCHES, LODGES, ETC. I for her home at Jackaon\ille.! at Smith &
week pleasantly: spent with )Ir. and District) < No. .')Repairs to bridge I wood, cheap,
; : AU club, soCiety oranizaUonlode Mnd church notices, other than religious i M. Necnnn came: over from Wildwood. J GEORGE WRAY.i .

,, f' services, S cents per line. Cards of thanks 50 cents each. IlfMjIiition! : cnts ; MrP.. Johnson have returned to Tuesday, to see his family, returning to the amount oftM) I. mill. Jet in
per lint. Legal advertising at legal rates.GENERAL Gainesville I ; The in the State saw your
to
I I j the next day. i District No. :>I'epairb: to Turn- i iheaj}>est place
;: PROVISIONS.No Mr. T .rrey and family left fur their i| Oscar M. Lastmger returned to Jackson j buy Pianos. Pianos; to Rent. Tuning leave
bull
single charge for display adertising of any kind less than iO l 'f.t'nt home at t'roent City Monday morning. bridge, and Hose Hay and winter SU1)pIyCall'
'. An -of :2 nuts ..-r iiul \ill"- Sunday, after a several day!! Repairing: and Polishing by a
: adertisemrnt.
T Good position given every extra will be made for ads with specified positions No llt'f'ial |x.Mtion< tin II .>n ad!:< Visit, with his folks here.: I skilled workman. orders with S. II. ((Jove.
leu than five Inches. ,bet. !ol"| ii Iing theuminer in the White I Miss( Nellie .\. (;ioodrll who has been Oak Hill roads.

: No advertisements accepted for the Erst page. H iu-.' !. .ve today for their home inllntii.fv Vi-Mtmg with Mrs. Hill, heft Wednesday; I The clerk was instructed to issuea ,, --- --_ ___ _u -- -- -- --
I Extra charge made on display ad\trti-eiwnt.: containing an mi-rage f.f inon- Mr: Ta lor down from
came
) .
fur her home Juhustoun Pa.Mrs.
; than 30 words to the inch. Hastu.gSaturday afternoon to spend at duplicate' witness certificate to J. T. LONG If you expect to
All bills the first of each month. Jesse Yehington C3me- up from
payable on \V. F. 1'urdoni for $::.1.1> ami cancel!
tin at.tnrurv of their marriage with Titu-ville :Sunday: accompanied to Or- Dealt in
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Ili- \i iff.Mr 'I old certificate.No : furnish a house this
niond her Noah who" Mil
by son, was: on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1907S.SSSS.SSSSS : -. J. ,\. Gudney and sister Miss I way back t.i Jack.son\ille. Mr Yel\'ing- objection having: l been t filed Fine Groceries

= --:.--=- - Wnl.If! .\',' ul.ii I have been ormnvinpa -- -. .. ---! ton and Arthur returned I with the Hoard of County t'uimnis- :: fli ,..ll .. no,l 4nL"!

SSeSSSIIS.ISEABREEZE ,.. wln tlt" I |.:ut.,.. Ms in the \\ hitr House, leaveMuiKlav TUf'EdaY'1 i I lUll LUll lUlU iuir\
gett wut hot at uli f.tllI"canlt' .. They had been Mating Aebery:: sioners to the owning of new road Choice 1\\eatsJ\
from Jak-on\ilc! to I 11.&\ tUII:1 tnur.e < f r Hastings. ton and family at Titu' ville. '
,I and << her Mik daiightir, Mr*. II. Per- .1.\ Turner, of Tampa, a fine \'iolini II. I II. Fluhart went from Columbu: I I I from Oak Hill po:<>tofiice to :Shiloh i grt'r-I prices with us EARLY

kin, who has, Ixtn confine i to hT )liedsince i js t, gave two ojn-ning numbers at the OLio, to Euroi>e. lie sailed on the new 'I the same was declared a public I I will keep a choice line of

c : DAYTONA BEACH : she came home, but i hi, now, able to complimentary' I
,lie up. Monday in celebration of f'ha. I\>nnev's Paris the 21st of this month on' hi": re- bounds tn-wit: :Starting at a' always on hand. Corner Falrviewamnie ,

-,, : :........................: Col. Otis T Green, wife and l boys, 'birthday.Mr. tnni to this countr)'. I point on the present county road and Daytona St Phone I 10 advantage

? Seabreeze, Sept. 4-Town Council met j after a month pleasantly ?I>>ent at the and )(rs. C. A. Mcllor: who havebeen I j: Mrs. C. S. Harris I left Sunday:; fur Jatk- !I from the railroad station at flak you every

I Breakers left for their home at Ocala at the Seaside Inn for several i file where lie 'her
7 in regular session Monday evening;Chas j soils joined fath'r,1 DAYTONA
weeks (past, left yesterday for Micanopy.Miss ( Hill towards New Smyrna, said PRIVATE HOSPITALAND possibe.We
F. Burgtuan, acting mayor, prrsidinl.1The | last wctk. Rev. Dr.V.. H. Carti r, for a MMt of i .
: board of aldermen were all present I Last week the Ballough!:; dredge cleared }-': Leonard went to Palatka i{ several weeks: to New York and point I point being about 1 Iu< feet from the SANITARIUM.Every I ,

with the exception of T. F. Williams, the channel at the foot of Earl street. Monday to take a teacher's examination. -! in New Jei:>cy.Mrs. 1 section corner between sections ;t facility for the proper treatment i

who U still in the north with his family. I Monday the dredge began taking She graduated in one of the. IJ......- .1'. J. hawley and daughter, Miss: I and l T, Tp. I'.lS! =,, I I,1: ::VT Hast: ; from ,II <.&...:!.and Electrical:care of medical applunct-i and urical trained: buy our goodsin
schools last June.
ton
Duckland clerk after absence shell from the Daytona bar, and thirty E\a: to leave today for Cliicajo 'I
: U. C. an expect :: said i point in a southerly direction I'I. I nurses: quiet surroundings :Special attention -"
lonard I
of four inontbp, was at his post. W. L. yards were dredged.: With the street Miss Billings and Miss Flounce Ill., and ( rnial Kapid, .Mi.'h., fur a given to all (atients. Terms onajiIkation. I car lots to save
I workers the f.- of returned: to Ha-ting Wednesday.I 'I.'I.t'J a point. near the rfitvixtion of .
Sonntag, Samuel D. Graham andIr.: large ccc carpenters I several weeks'visit.. Before returning '| I
Harvey were present. A brief business I and masons at work on the new hotel Miss! I.e-onurd: will 'pf'lld the winter I I they will visit |ciint? HI northern Michi | the l'a1lo losx-tte! Grant and! the I I I DPJ J. ;\. LOCK and R. HOWE, I

and clubhouse, the hauling of material, in Boston with her uncle, F. P. ,. viiithvieit of : of the I l'hJI'it-iall:4 i in Charge.No. .. I breakage in transit.
work
talk by Mr. Sonntag on the now gal corner the KJ: U:{ :tiud; A\P., Da> tona. Ha.
being accomplished by the Sonntag In- necessitating the pa'sing and repaying Leonard, a well known roinini--ion, : merchant Mrs. W. I K.: Itallough is -i*'tiding: the :j SKJ. :: (,f t the I SW ; of Set't"m-. :;, Tp 111, __ _

I vestment Company and their future of heavily loaded teams, it rtully looks of that itv. week with Irl.! JolniMiii, at Mound I: U :.I; I I
S. : llast: the in
The'ele-ction of two aldermen! t takes same lieing a D. D. AND C. M. ROGERS
busy and (
t ; plans of public improvement for the as though we were "getting t;rove.

town was listened to with marked attention could hopefully( anticipate on of the place: September 17th. The following l 1'I"in: IVtfrwm'- niece, Iis'< Etta: straight line theme nearly s"uth.I CIVil. HNOINI-EKS I Bingharn&Maley

I and interest.!! Mr. Harvey, as an best tourist seasons in the history of the judges have been: appointed| : I. Dough: I Ixjfhurg, of llil.tnd, i MLiting; with about oup-ijti.irte mile II) a .point. i II I

interested property owner, asked the town or the peninsula for that matter. erty, John Thomp-on and A. S. l'allg- Mr. and )Ir'. l'tter-i. lining arrivnl orn> tin- old county roa.IlrulnIJid'l Offi.es .: D.\" 1 O .\ and

I council to take favorable action on the I Mrs. C. G. Richardson and two little ler.U. i i Monday. j'oiiit the road! is n 'arly straight to i i MIAMI I FL.\. I: FURNITURE UNDERTAKING

S opening of Ocean avenue. C. F. Hurg-. grandchildren, Marion and Uawhns I \V. Carter presented a petition to j J. W. BYIII'lIt t Daytona Office Established 1875.oltixia ; .
man was in favor of making the approach Harding, arrived Sunday from LatIn the council 1 for :i 14x21: addition to his i where lie has .-.ecrtdc.rk.: : I
: S. C. and Mr. and Mrs. I( I cottage on the corner of Coatc.\ and den I is hereby instructed to
joined Harding, Mrs. W. 1C. Thuiiia.-
: to the PeninoUla! Bridge j>>erma- ; I ami I thiKrui I
oently attractive by putting in stonewall at the :Seldtn cottage. i I Harvry avenues, whii h wu granted. A of '1'1&1111'arf' \i-iting Mr.I niid Mrs.I \\ i i notify the clerk of the Hoard of \ I'tinnty M) tr.u-t, I This Buggy

S abutments, and comfortable seats Monday Mr. Harding IC'3.,<:.1 one of thirty day time N.t nlion"a.4 given by : 1' llioiuaxm. ('11111- ( omiuisMoiiers Iii Like I In\"t.-tn1t'nt: and Title' I Insurance $50 ..
'
I ,
the Itlakcrice cottages on Oakndgpbouletard the council at the lost meeting for the Mrs. C. W..tI..r..lIs )Ii'lil httrSiiarkiian : i I
in keeping therewith. lie thought temp ; t niece, i county that the -ounty ",f Volusiawould I
orary makeshifts were rather extravagant and htrr the family lave building of :,sidewalk! by property owner j of Port Orangeiitnl) with : : Company. '8I
} the of i ;
j l.av sum ; l l'iO per i,
in the long run, for a town that I gone to housekeeping fur the winter. Mr. and Mr.s. UVtl.trdl. from Friday! Titles Insured.
month for one-hnlf. the I 1:
r.fi
I
mutt live on its tourist trade. Kills )Ir. and Mrs. II. C. Auckland returned! -- -- -- I until Monday.i ( satiny l >-fII

S S were allowed to the amount of $I.)(). 'I I home last Friday after spending four i | '. I'lea.

The subject of a city dock was discus.-ed, ', months in DC Land, where Mr._ Buck I Port Orange. I field, Tui&day.; and Wc'\ll1c'.II1Y )1 rs.I S one half of the co>t of rfjnirs: to ,;' I'Pnhl t. :ow...',. an>l Tn'HK.lr 0

and the matter referred to the street land was employed in the buiMinc! hu.in j :S.: .mIlJf.rlIItI| l'lllf'lllilUilll aiharriung lighter. |>n's i.I.1| that I_"iko .-onntywould I I ,\ >tnt 'to fiiriii-li' l nll.1 l titUrrfm| ted. ;I
under Curnes. Mr and Port Orange, Aug :5-Ca.pt. Alexanderleft 1U Thi I.oar"G.orll""epccial top \>ufTT. l>..
Contractor
committee for investigation The contract ss I i little daughter ighing nine iHiiinds.Margi do the s.ilnf.I'tulifii |pa. I rinto uihl |H"| "> Print :-UI'I.liHl.| | | I n-Caild.duet mud prouf. ; twll collar lone the
was let to A. S. Randall for the :Mrs. Buckland have many fruiuU in Thursday for hh home in -ret.ford.\ I .ry < K uld, w' fI lisa l 1"11 > i.iiting OI.I..iI.| ( \'<>li-lk Tolllllv J liullk. i ne..nndles;......I'-h. '; c .u,1Ie lr.th.r BP .
I : Marsh. .Ir. lfL\NU.: H. tHM>.\. wUtrrat wat and bwk. body platu bUrk; raI -
John Glass here his was granuieuh I (
the and received toppeclll\'t'r on : /: i
grading of Grandvicw: avenue from community, they a | : hire for Meral w..ks, kit Wnlnfjid.iy I "Br w tr" frrraor "N w York rwd. conpltt .
S : Glenview boulevard to University boul- warm welcome home. They were accompanied -I way to Titusville, to see his former, for her home at H..be :.Viund.F. the right to) d los., up road! thrixigh : I pith double brarrd nhaf U at IM 00: tbu. of Job nUtkt
; $7j.uo W. carry a complete Ii. vchiciMiVe
tvard.Dr. home by Miss Erick:.
I Terwillger: !spent!' Tuesday in Jacksonville. j cousin, Maude :Slallery, who had been, i Mr. Cuuuning, who has a home on the ;' matoes fr"m two rows of \ines 1.-.1) Ct1t''I from( Port Orange to l ef.ind-l> >ayi I 'nw illu.Cralfll..calotr.. and .!...our tprcial wi.j"'offer fuUdeWW on Uli .b.Infucnatnn. Will .

S visiting in DeLand several M'd ks.!!' River Shore, arrived Thursday.Mr. in length, besides' what was iiM-d in the 1 I make it to your ,,_ .
card ami ask for
road. J
i I i tona ust drop u*a puaul bucnui
Mrs. Duck and daughter, Miss Duck, I ( Peteet, the lumber man from Oak I' family, and t hi" without the Iie if lny I I Dentist. : : > .
who have been visiting Mrs. Duck's I Hill wa visitor in our town last week fertilizer. The notary Iwml 1 fir Chas. K. i Anderson Hardware Co.

Daytona Beach Sept. -1-11\ Dr. Jack Ixjwrey, Alfred ldl1l1id I and a lurgman"was? duly appro"t'tl.I !. S
sister, Mrs. S. S. Jones!!', have removed to Warehouse' Depoutnry Decatur St.. Ccr. liaer-
S r the Cherokee for a two weeks' surf bath llarkncss, of DeLand will pnath at I friend went to Oak Hill U-t week: in lr'l j revolver )bonds} lr.J. II. McCarthy ( I nrli.tr. Ki.l/rutxMl and! \ .'huiuit.l'hlti ; Atlanta, Ga.

. the }I. E. Church Sunday) at the eleven McDanitl's new launch. I Ormond. I I ,
. j
ing. '' |I Fred TavW, and .1. II. I: /0:1.: I
;:. Mrs. Chazel and family leave for o'clock service. {D.IV'id Buttner, who has been having I|, I

Ocala Friday after a three months'so- The pretty Walter Clark home on the i j a good time in Port Orange. l I. ft :'l1tur-1 Mrs. fame illlrall. lIur gUiial pott-j:I jdwiter were approval and I the

journ in one of the beach cottages. river front is having considerable' improvement day for his home in IH.Land. I master. and daughter Mi.** Mary, I heft i clerk instructed to i jute I licence | State Institutions for Higher Education.

k Mrs. F. E. Harris and family left Sunday added thereto. .\ newkitchen Millard Paltillo drove to O-teen Sunday I I Monday morning for llarrud-lriirg, I K-., i there-fore. i

t for their Ocala home. and other addition and changes'' to visit hi* parents. I: litre Mi: Mary will attMidHI| .,| at i! The 1 following j-ension d.ilUen' J I -- -- --- -

r t The departure of the two last named I will b<- made Richard Mallery hiss. Mr. and Mr*. J. W. Johnson and little '. the seminary, situated at that pla<.e. j! \\ examined and approved) tow t'niversity of the State of Florida, FI.ORIU.nMAI.H COLI.ICUU; .

f families marks the breaking of the work in charge.A tilt''I'I daughter came down Sunday to ,-isit' Miss Ella: Fltull..e hag.>ne t tn Kansas, !
up i ii
I (
iainesville I'la. ,
it .lame ,
S I large Ocala colony, who have added soS congenial party went to the Inlet Mr. Johnson's mother. Mrs. Johnson :, to visit rt.hli\t'l tl'iiii.e 'l'tt'II..r' and '! : Ktrber James F. Voss.I ; Tallahassee Fla.

much to the enjoyment of social life on :Monday for an afternoon outing. The ,land: daughter went to 1Jt.Land )Ion ay. ;I Oe-tolr. I William .\. 1 Finney" Henry L. i A bigli grade iii.!'tituti..n for jwunjjtn ; i iI' I A c. M f<> fur WVUM-M, without' u |Idllral-

: the beach the past summer. party consisted of Hadwin Courtney, I Mrs. A. J Dugger. who has been: ,i-!- Mrs. Miln II"XtiliIIlIo1l' Charge. ".f Hruwn and! John Hone: #-n, offering Literary, t'lltifitI"gi 1: 'I 111'1 ill the South, vuittrac-iiag a euttrg el

S The Breakers closed Monday after Frank POJHJr.., and Frank Ho\L: )', of j, itin&; in New Smyrna:: returned: home ;I the piw.tollicp' during Mr. SmirallV u b- |i J Criminal Court cost hills were I' Iit.t-rifJl:, Agrn'ulturnl ainl 1'eiUgngirulSlrocg I. 1.11,1 l Arts, a :SCMM: fut Traction, a
I
S luncheon. Quite a number of season Daytona John Turner, of Tuinpa and Monday. senee. e\ainiiic'd and al'l'ru\l'I' I for the Coorses. ; Srhwul; <>f Industrial.1lla, a $tuMi ..(
guists were in at the closing, and from Walter Rodgers, and Misss Grucc and''! Jack Loarey, who Las Ix-en spending K-v. J. Noble, ..f Lake IltKn, ua in I' *:; I .
; Shut CM : "iil 1.Ii."i mill the Ietk i into : CIieu1tyt'li; f.tlmf't.| i| ed labra- i Fine Arts in<'lydtt g IHMIO. pfp wrg.u,
Ruth Keating. Alice' Daughrty and his vacation in town, returned to town Wiln*-day. I'
our
their testimony and that of other, Mr. i, : .trudt..1 ionic viuJm
I I warrants to cuter tory; Iburougii instmrtnin. U>th lI"u-1 voi<'e culture, tlorutic,! and jA>'-
Lulu R ed.E. hi home in le uutJ.Ir 1:1.K W. Butler for
\\ednebday |
Vining has well sustained his reputation I same. j ret teal and: .. ]>ra M one of the best hotel in this II Rogers of Orlando \\ hoas !!j ) Fair went: to Fort Pierce Mon .\labulIl&hf'rt' be \\ill fooii asuiiine In- The his j
I in all
managers: : treasurer presented ret K* arid tiisri4ieshigh; iM..r.l innf. i I d.partftn.ats.Tititksi .
ection. Mr. and Mrs. Vining will return visiting with his wife, returned; to his day.Miss duties a- Mate Stimlay S< lt>*-l :SIIJK rm- ,t l l'.rt f./r the inviitli ol August with I

to their home at Ormond where bu-iness Thursday.: I I-:'\\illacoiubeund Miss Minnie I i t'lIclt'n his loxjks and :un-oont. whkIt were I No tuitioo rbargp to tlurirla !'tlt-I Free.HMtM.
f they will spend the winter. Mr. Vining! Miss ( rae Smith:; and loiwrtnce 'I I C.irrow went to Del.aud Monday( toI i iI S duly examined and piid warrants I deftU. OU-r exirf.-e> vert low in fit.e arts roksrJ 10 DiI IU-

will give his attention to his extensive Jones were a party of two, who made attend the teachers'examination.. I r :
I I Council! ProceeJings.An : ; t f.Irc..1 c iu'atrqresf. i Fur catalogue and further Mfnrnwi- New btuMrngfl M eiMM-a trf roaVrite -
truck farm and growing Inter- the trip to the Inlet yesterday and spenta i Misi Anna Turner arrived from I DeI -' I
S orange I __ ... !'1515' ti..n. \ ,
ests. pleasant day with )Ir. Jone' I i.antl Tuesday to v i-it Mr- Allen Trowel '' adjourned l ses'ion of the ('it1 Lion a'l'im' : fur ataluguc.i .

Mrs. D. C. Rankin has leased!!' the Jake parents. gmnd-I and other friend". II 'Council I was held Monday rvenint !I I \\ il Mo\e Animal Den. .\ :\ ""BE": :M.LIU: ), 1'resnUiit i. A. I. Ml KI'llliKL.: Prt.-i.lntt

Field cottage on Grandview avenue for Sufficient funds have been :! I ''with I'reMcltnt Carroll in the ihair.aiderrnen .1. \V. JUn.tli Iat wttk i hose a lil'ali
the coming season and already has a finish! the tennis Court on the lot 11'lIg-1 I '
present Howard huue.Rinighiani : i i ith the Sonnatjg J In.tnifiit (1'0.
lug to the public school grounds und :
,
S pleasant family of boarders. Mr. and ;; Kingston.Kingston .
S Mrs. J. B. Crocker, Mrs. Haddeu G.ne, the young 1Jie"110 have Used! their : I Hankins and Moiris.mililin : of Sfabrtve, whereby they take 11\ I'r v1'vy'I """"" ."."" 'f ., A, ,1\.1.. rH

Mrs. Bond and family, }Ir. and Mrs. time and influence to this sod are l Sept. .V1.;1. U'. C'uiter e\- SI'ecijj. and ordinanceCoininitttes I his: stmk of animals) liinl--. t I.. .

Chas. Campbell and daughter Irene anxious to have the ground:; put in |*'rfect lets to leave today for 11 I-atultTtlale ,I I fl'pnrh'l and a->ked for from the Animal Den) on v.mh I

.5 and Dr. and Mrs.! I.eland, are prominent i- order before school opens, Sept :'::3. with a car load of household go.oih ls, etc. :: farther tiiiu-, wh'uh was: granted.Sanitary I. 1 It.'adl! stint and will! iinorHiiatc it San Mateo :
S among the number. Harold :Moore, of Jack.-onv! a former lie i is going into the vegetable laiMne-, ., | Cigars
foininittei* was given far- with their, other entHtaiuiuent
S The Ladies Circle had a pleasant and I resident of Dajtoua Beach, who again this winter. Mrs. C"rh'riIl (01-1 l f".IL ;I

well attended meeting Wednesday!!' afternoon has Lt>en.'i itinl in Daytoiia the pa-t. low in a few: days. Wallace goes I by 'I It Ill'r t time1 i I on hncktt ordinance.: tires\ at Seal reese Tllt' will :

at the home of :Mrs. E. F. Dayton week, spent )'c..tf'rdayitn. friend ('U train this evening and the Misses I .1. L. Wallace aildresxeil the crease the shah as fast as I',, ..i .111'1 I H

I on Valley street. the l
i -. W. II. Freeman left City Point to await the arrival of )Ir.
I Ivlldat'I'I which referral 1 ordinanc-e
Mrs. L. '
A. Thomas, of New \ ork City, war to attrai ticns,
ening for t dav' l''i it }
: a (n Carter at 5t. udrrdale.
e arrived last Thursday from Monteagle, .I I', committee and said committiv, was'' The animal park will ('IIl\i-1\i t .1 t aspate
.
S and will in Eu'tis.I I I John K.: I'arkcr and a cousin: of (i. W.Cartcrs : A

her sister spend and mother several, Mrs.months Itankin visiting and j 1 I Mrs. Owens and little daughter ear I A. IL: Otcen, of Cartervilie, instructed to consult with city attorney ., ::' "ix'ii.; ; f"et. lying east of t the Reputation of : .

)Ir.. Curtis. after sending several weeks in their j I left la-t Friday for TitUsV' They in regard; to occupational li- ., vror'o'h ball f1"lnd1'l. well fir'eiI .

I IIt."e. ; on Peninsula Drive, returned ti' j: Willjoin Mr Carter at Ft. Lau.dcrd.tle''I (...n<;C and ordinance covering saine. '.: and aittfssably arrange*!.
The news conies that Miss Russell, '
Eustis: the fore part of the week. later. I It ordered that all ordinance '
who as usual spent the summer at :Mont- ; wa Mr r IItill be Lailit".J t a-t Their Own.
S Miss Myrtie Freeman, who lia, Ken Wile)' Mellon 'anthe originator of a
eagle weeks had bad presented to cuuncil ",ltalll'J1..i t of and I the U
j some eight ago a I' .: manager as 80"11 as groun
fish here List
, spending:; her vacation with her parents, fry Monday afternoon
, fall from a hammock and broke her Mr. and )Irs. W H. Freeman, return which brought together about sixty i seven typewriter copies are in condition will begin I the re-

collar bone, from the effects of which to Macon the latter part of the week to neighbors.: Owing: to the threatening A committee of three. consisting! i I moral of the animals from this rite TinMUVIS, << of 1lI(. San Mateo Cigar is one of :
, S she was in bed for several weeks.' She
: has leased the Jones cottage,!! "Dixielodge" resume her petition in the WeleyanColloge. weather Mrs C. \\".Carter invited lthf'ln'to of aldermen Hankins lrinjh.ini; anti to their new quarters at S..dur.s'c.Charles .. tli,' --ivatf industrial. triinnphs of the East
Coast
Use! her kitchen, of which kind tiTer: : Rowe: were appointed by the chairto :
\ for the season, and hopes to be thtmol'lnThcre'' sinrt* the fivexe.
In Seabreeze some time in October. Mrs. Jas. Neck aud daughter, MissMary. they gladly availed confer with Suj$. Gnnn of the Cowan, a brother of I 1. .1. ,
\ fine lot .f fish j and time'
I was a ( a good
arrived
the
S .,. Herbert Jerome, who has l't"l'n'i it- "n noon train jester-. was enjoyed by all. In the evening a'' Electric Light ('ouipany in refer- ;,. Cowan of this city. died at Hamilton p. Made frrin
S day and will spend| several weeks on the the choicest growth of
inK with Mr. and Mrs. Allen and family, I I number of the folks surprised Mr. "D'''' to water svstem.frvpitr Ontario. Canada. Satur lav. loWco that the rfiSn.
Dcach.lust. young; I I ,
I via of Florida
anti tlKl
r.. I returned to his home in Plymouth I last i and Mrs. Carteritb it farewell: i.artYand AngUh:! from shock few h hla.4! of Cal. I iI ; Thur. Saturday. Icaigrusun
I spent the evening: very pleasantlywith :\u neE.I after the on Ka..t Coa tAifttatkJs
l. Frank Browning of Falatka. |! young people: chartered O.>bornIII.'I1'" dancing c.tr. amputation of a limlwhi >. iii!?. i&.{ar iiHltiHtrjr of the-. oriel, Las
I invent>> boat and started! for a trip up the To- !games I The 1 of Paytoin.: lotkU. art'hereby ,-h} Lash l given hint tr 'nillu.> f 'I'r m-ver lrhtItH't11! l rtt..,- a ..ls! .
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Mix
Sunday the city. visiting with Irit'ndo.1 Huiieen, wife of UtHudson, -
j notified that nit antI aft..r :Nov. For Nile
: moka. They reach.'d the Tumoksbridge \ Iyall }
thleading hotels
; Yr!. Mary Hunt for a long time an I! all had their and expected: to arrive tomorrow.Mrs. 4tb, 1W7, the wages: of the punter of years and for which be had tinalU p. and dullS awl by tWUmoa
Nt-w-
t efficient housekeeper at the Trov House, I right supper.|>> M J. 1);l\k, '11.. is vu' the Il ckIi..t Local t'ni..n No l0' Brotherhood .,frsinter (1t'f.ill't'\l l to nndtrgo the "lot'r.Lli"lI|. .- ( oiiiny| on every train entering Horitla
started on the return in
trip high good
It.sratrs
I !. and Taper JI'U'It"f;
S Daytona, has accepted the position of I humor with the-mse-lves and the world this week, has gone to her o'II"w'l'I', of ." ..t'tit-a will !tit' 51.it: tylf- and grades to

companion and helper in the family of : at large, as young people tlo when the U. \\ Ixtlwith. 011 South IttdgewnoJaveuue. eight tlUurl' Si'ied i 1&:1.initJ.trJ. here a few. select from.K'KSALLIiY .

P. Olds, and expect to arrive here sometime otcosion is of for a change and rest. O. 11. HULL\M: Kec :See.IIEKM. : I
t one merry-making; ; but tears ago. with other rnemlier.. of I ( '
Y \V. McKTlcHan has returned front' ALL
next week. STHKAti i. Tin. :-in' [UKALl'.US.Manufactured [ :
,
I alas and alack! The l.ra'ehttle boat .
DeLand, where he Las been at .", k. K.; M. il I.\X nEI.I', l'res. his family. Friends and ac<)ujint-
Mrs. W. A. Baggett and her "UiJlyBoy" started out with its merry cargo and ( l'j':
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regret
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are again.: at home on"aUt'J stopped|>> short "tl like grandfath I

street, glad; to get; back but no er'ct.'k "never to go again"a| tRnuiieuuiber: the Patona Bakery I! The Daytona MLovli" will o[>cnth3rJ "n j wtc&ni of tile operation iirnlerItalen S. W. ROWLEY ssNAT.0 :

more rejoiced than their friends parently and no pur-unMi could can supply all your wants in the of this month :a "l"t't: t to !letter< his physuat a il-i> ,

are to have them. However, Mrs. Illig1. budge it. The batteries had giHu out. L.ller'line. tf I!earlier than u-ual; ticn J1athcL4 ia. .,. L ,L.la..I .a,. '<
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......>...........I...U.I: Mrs. G. II. Fore is expected home I Mrs. Wesley Johnson!; and daughter HELEN WILMANS-

Local today. are visiting with friends in De-
: Paragraphs. : I

B. Foster of the Globe, made a Land POST IS DEAD.
.......................... The of
short business trip to .Jacksonville Miss Mary Stones returned Thurs- the

\ Our watch sales from Sept. 190G) this week 'day from a visit with her parents at KKK way

to. Sept. 1907 have more than I Titusville. After Long Illness This Estimable -

doubled. There is but J. McXamara made a trip to one explanation Lady Succumbs to the
Eau Gallie last 1 E. F. Oates returned
Saturday returning Attorney
-our prices have been right.
Dread
Let us talk watch to you. Wednesday. i Friday from a business trip to Jacksonville Destroyer. transgressor is LardThe
and DeLand Mrs Helen Wilmans-Post, widely
L. H. HOWE &. Co.. The Jewelers. Clyde W. Morgan expects to leave !
known and universally beloved and]
next Monday for Abbeyvillc, Ga., to 1! Miss Nellie Stiling. who has been I
Isaac
Judge Stewart came over at
respected passed quietly away :
in Jacksonville, returned
enter the Georgia Normal College visiting
from DeLand Saturday. I I her home in Seabreeze. Thursday
wise housewife CollfCololtne is
home Tuesday evening specifies put up in odor-proof
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J. W. made business Fresh garden seeds. night aged 7 jears.Mrs -
, trip to Palatka Fulgham Wednesday.a """ IlANklv, The Druggist.J '\ The Stiling bakery has a fine new I Post had been a resident of lene every time in place of lard. Any sealed tin pails;most lard comes in bulk,

I Uagon L for its delivery. It was awl had. always with of for his and will absorb old
D. Haley, of the firm oT Ming Seabree/e since IS'.ii: : i one a particle respect any odor which
F. N. Conrad left Monday after- G
iurned out by A. 1'oye.Mrs. .
noon fjr a two weeks' vacation at lam & Maley, left Thursday for a taken an active part in the up- stomach would prefer a pure vegetable is near it.

six weeks'vacation at Williamsport D. I Dryer> has sufficiently recovered building and 1autifviug of her
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Philadelphia.For Pa. ,I from her long illness to resume adopted home, which had (been) ap product to one made from hog fat. You can. prove every word we say

general house repairing, ad- Nick Erickson is on the retired I her position at the Journal propriatelv" 1 named the "City Beautiful Cottolcne is afaavs pure; lard isn't. by buying and trying a pail of Cottolene.

dress postoffice box 438, Daytona.See office. .
ad. elsewhere.C. list for a time, owing to the fracture i! :She was married to Charles ('. : Cottolene will make more palatable All good grocers sell it; all the
of two or three ribs 1 h y a fall a week j'i .1. W. Walters, from St. Augustine : -
E. Sparber of Daytona Beach, or more ago. j I I I a painter who has a fine reputation Post in June, I 1S83: and in 1M food than lard, and food that any great cooking author-

made a business trip to Espanolathe I i has taken charge of the )paint they settled at Douglasville) Ga. In :< stomach can digest with ease. Lard ities of America re-
eCut glass makes a handsome September, I Stl I IJ! they came to Daytona -
latter part of last week. Clark is sole shop at Foje'a carriage shop. : fs a friend of indigestion. commend it.
wedding present. and commented their plan of

Evelyn Clark has resigned her agent for the Libbey. Miss Lucy Comer, who has been founding a colony on the |peninsula<< )

position in West Palm Beach and the guest of Mr. ami Mrs r J. II. ,
Miss l left Wednesday at Seabreeze, where she lived to
Dorothy Purdy COTTOLENE granted GRAND PRIZE (highest
i was a
will continue her piano class here Ileston for the six weeks left
for Montgomery, Ala., where past the time of her death. t possible award) over all other cooking fats at the

this winter. she will continue her studies at Sunday for her home at Palatka.. Mr 1'ost died June :!:011. of this I recent Louisiana Purchase Exposition, and food cooked

D. F. Randolph l( I left for Leonarda- Loretta Academy. I Mrs. Oscar Micheal and daughter }rar, and the shuck of Lit tlt'atha I! with COTTOLENE another GRAND PRIZE.

burg, Ohio, Monday afternoon, returned Friday from a several I a blow to Mrs Post from \\bidl she'' "Home Helps" a took of 300 choice recipes, edited
Get II. Clark departed Tuesday' by Mrs. Rarer, is yours for a 2 tent stamp, if you v
railed north by a telegram announcing wet'ks visit at Asheville, N. C. Mr.I never fully recovered.j address The N. K. Faiibank Company Chicago
afternoon for New York, where lie
the serious illness of Lib mother. Micheal met them at Jai.ksonville."Clark's I j The funeral seniors will be held
will spend about three necks pur- A NEW FEATURE-The patent air-li5ht top on this pail it for
I from her late residence this. afternoon the of keeping COTTOLENE clean fresh and wholesome
Orlando I purpose ;
Miss Eloise Ilobiuson of <
store i is the
stationery !
chasing stock fur his jewelry and I 1
1 {. .* o'ehxk. it alto prevent it from absorbing all disagreeable odor of the
who has l been the guest of Mrs.I C.: stationery store. i i place to get your stationer} A at > grocery, such as lush oil, eteoNature's

II. Abbott for the past three weeks, at''!; complete} line from a five cent tabletto I. ---
What is Lily Water? Call The County School Board.
returned to her home Monday after- the electric Hurd's and Eton: Hurlbut's finest I
light plant. I i The report of the meeting of the South
noon. grades I Ii Gift from the Sunny
Miss Ella and Kverett Willaume I I County' 'lul.1. 1 ISoard has not !been
I I II
aFresh garden seeds.HiSkiss left Monday for Washington, Philadelphia i i Mrs. Newman and granddaughterand received at the the time of going to

The Druggist.Mrs. New York and a circuit Miss Howard of lfat'on, Ga. : ..-*. Supt. Wright was rraj'pointed -

M. J. Dickinson and son, reaching into Ohio during their I I spent several days this week with : on recommendation of the

Gordon, armed from Delaml Fri- threw weeks'outing.. the Misses \h..rc'rornhie) on Myrtle laud I board! and Miss Blanchard: to .
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day of last week for a sojourn on I Miss Minnie Kupperbush, a nieceof avenue fill one the \'aeaiuies.Commissioner .

the beach. Xtvillt'ill join them Mrs. Joseph! Osborne. who has The article cm the first page regarding Crouch was in- .1

later. I i been visiting Mr and Mrs. Kltorne the death of Deputy :Sheriff" strueted to paint and repair lom-I, Norman S. Dayton

O. S. llurnelt rt'IIIIIIt'11 1 last week i on the I/each, returned to her home Burt states that the accident occurred ka, Blake, Spnur ('rc'C'J.11,1 Turn '!

from Ocala, where he was railed by at PaUtka last week.Ifiouwauta Wednesday. It should} } have bull sduIIII"il.ling" if mivssary I|

the serious illness of his sister who 1"liMn.'w s hool, hUll/it. at Bu-I
handsome watch read I TuesdayDr REAL ESTATE.
somewhat when he low. alai make nwssary' lepiirs: onOrinoiid .'
improved
was at the right/ price go to "lark's jew- F. I II ]Houghton left Sunday colonel, !vchofil.< I II

left for home. elry htore-the oldest jewelers south morning for a few wt'e1.s'al'atioll at ---- Care of proTt\| .. I Kt door south of |INI."I1iI'I'r.. II. KDXIOXDX I

For first class workDaytonaSteam of St. Augustine his home in Westerville, Ohio, the I Pointers l.uurslon.: : \. M:in:isr T, D. )naJ'tt ."la. Plans, Estimates amiSuperintendence.
8. tf I I
Laundry, phone John Gardner the colored man where Mrs Iloughton has }been Llllt\lit'r yard Magnoliairnue. anti
lout a claim of the irtt mliers! fir! :

George Jackson, who has been brought from New Smyrna to this spending the summer the loiiil lodge of the painter's I.'. E. C. ILuhvajr. Phones" at offi ', yard and residence. For f Women\
with hw and sisteron
mother
visiting for
city protection against possible
| I FOR IJrxr.: : -Two front rooms on union of this city participated in an !
North Beach street returned to molt frenzy, was taken to 1)rland'Tuesday } I
the second Moor of the Shanks building excursion:< to :M.; Augustine by I mat It I
his home in I'alatka the latter part evening by deputy>> .Sheriff t
{ : on Reach street. Suitable for through the canal at a labor )Dav) 1
; of last week.Sherill.1. 1'.. I L :Smith.t I' : Stay-at-ilomes U
I The made in (
doctor, dentist i! or other offices Inquire outing. tripas 'apt '
K. Turner and family ( is the Allen's launch which is ........................N ,
irahatu'flomlw having of f J. A. Shanks a very com- ,, .. ,,
\\f< who have been \'iMitinith Irs.ii' Opera| : }Moose( blot.k overhauled and foit.il.Ic and (convenient Icul'I \. .t YOUNG'SPHARMACY i'

Turner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. pot| in first-i lass repair. The \\oodeiillooring Mrs. O. S. 1'itrnrtt's parents Mr. 'he )party left here early Sundav i ,' t : Tlio woman who I ) must

I Weaver, of this city and also on the of the l jxircli in front of the' and Mrs T. J. IA.itlll'r. who with morning, rt'adillg St Augustine to I '. I II II \ : stay at homo\ this uI nunt'I\ \
their children have l lit her L
ft Leach for the past two weeks, returned building has hetn rt'lIIo\'t'l1 l and will en visiting ward evening after an uneventful .
y Del and. sime the forepart: of last week, leftWeduesilay j-\IHII B. \ Ol!?:>n, Prop. t tri might just as well make up
r Monday to < he l replaced) by cement. passage: They were I loa ro I\'t tl I bv ,
} for .their home at .n- the I before rt'\I'I.-I = lur mind to he as comfortable -
\ ;No trust prices at Wray's New :No charge for preliminary plans t1ton '. I d inspectors: just ?y= a ( Torn Ill when I \'(\ want I

1 pianos f l7 Ij. l.T-L't? and estimates of workat I ing the tile, but were allowed t< > .inj tiling in the drug line I as !she can under the

; supervision t :An intimate knowledge of the proce.rel, without delay as the I lic.t'IIM'J: : 1/ W> tarry a tine line of per- ;i
W W. Abercrombie, Dick and actual cost. Norman S. Da} Ion, I IDa i J I PUREDRUGS'I In i'ttilet; arti<.les. etnine's <>. eiivuins.tance*. A cool 1
building interests of this localitywill II was all right and Iht l teat was upI t i' : : : :

I Sam Hay and llenford Deacon madea \t"3. I IDr. save and to the necessary requirement. '\ : r ''r : 1 I. '. white dl'l'for: the after-.
you many 211103anccs I: 1 I l'harmac'I'honf'I
:successful:! fishing trip to the Inlet P. H Heimctt will have a | perhaps extra exists IX us advice I I j The part spent the day rather ':, Iff i:iji Nmth I5eaili I: St., Jis t noon arilit pair of our
the forepart of the week in the lat- J quietly| in the Ancient City, and'Tuesday I t';
ilwelling erected) for ]his own occupancy with 3011. It costs! nothing the ;_rn 1 l' -- 1 ''pp end N uth I5nd sot :
ter'fl launch Kingfisher. They secured forenoon started on return ,: C'Y ? J white ,'annt..hOt: -* to tfo
his ..................... ......... ... .
on projK-rty facing on Norman S. Dayton, D.-uton.i.: trip, arriving hero. abort eight ..... 1 .......... '
about forty fish mainly I
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Orange a\euue. It will l he a two- j o'clmk\' in the evening. with I the tires! :s, are hot weathrr -
head and valle. Mr. and Oshornt'l
heep ere story and basement house, and work Mrs.:1otepli aretaking -- I *** ********************** ************".**.+.+.****** iR'i'i'ssitit's; : t that liven
.. Murray I>. Foltz armed Monday is in the founda an outing on the beach MrOsliorne .
afternoon from Chicago for a visit tions.now! progress! on ) i is now engaged in looking. Labor Day fishing Parties. I: GEO. P. JOHNSON :jitli I! stay-at-hollll's. ,, may-,

II after the DC'at.1itioll number of D.ivtonious)
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. to the IvyLane 4Juitla J'JOVj 'I -
', Mrs. L. 0. Rawson arrived Sunday Inn, 11:1'in.t.lrh'll the work took advantage, of Liljor Day to '
W. Foltz of the Ivy Lane Inn. Mr. : [ AND I [ [ 1ir11'e, onuui white, (1111-
Foltz having applied himself closely} I I evening from New York after a j i on that building last Tuesday I I make fishing trips to the Inlet and i iI I CONTRACTOR BUILDER, :; I

. summer spent in Kurojx: Mrs I .1 i j jHawbon elsewhere. Among! those sct-n at : : I jvas sn', mlIM'tMl to
I to business feels the need of a I I Mrs C II Alin.4t} left Thursday.1 I I. 11,11'11)1: ISi\CII.: !; I I.OKIIM. ,
has leased a large Hat on I j the. Inlet were Frank Dittmau and) '
and has come south to rest : afternoon for several ]'
change
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a weeks'outing
I 91th!) street New York City, and ]I! I John Iall')', in their I mats, Dr Rues: : : $ IOU, $1.50 1 and $1.75
and recuperate. / '\ at 1 Dcmorest and nrllliswil.k.1: I; I I Furnislu-d, I on 'ho1toti'e.. It ,
v will in the future make that city her and wife, L. H Howe and wife h IVn- It. '
:- W. F. Jibb accompanied his headquarters but will si],'mid p rt I'I At Bmnswi she will meet Mrs u.1 I foal Ikucon and Albert\ Ilclmm; in "a pair) and I wt'Ct' gilt t the

't sister-in-law, Miss Marie Hue on of her time, however in Davtona. A. Ilajnes, who is eiiroute to this I i Dr Ross' launch: II. II. It. F. and : Allork Hour in a strictly I lir.st-rlasx i I : 1 11.I aI I intr. *ii |Hst: tittin" abutment in
city and will probably, arrive next: *
r her return to Jacksonville Tuesday I I E.: II. Hough and .J. W. Malby, in for 'tairv' I Pu) .. ( 'onit-rs. J town.
I One guitar, two violins and two week : Atfrnt :> ay t :
week and remained in that
of last the Liter's I lauiuh: J. D. Taylor and I. It
until Mr. Jibb I i accordions still left at Clark's. You ##+ #.** .* *.*** .>f/rafhK. **************************
city Saturday. saysit Mr. and Mrs. H. I.. :Smith\ an rejoicing O I, S Burnett and family, aboard .
will money's worth if i THE GLOBEKstimutes
you -
get
is several degrees hotter in Jacksonville I I your over the arrival I of a hright- the Ruth R.. Joseph, Oslwrne and ,

than at Da) ) tuna, which is : I pun'hast110W.. eJ.ttl halts girl twit:'hiug, eight I Hcnrv IVincrass.. in t the AeuidiusW 6 r . . . .
I'K'K ,\ Fc 1St...h.:, TrSTEWART n.o .
not hard to believe.Mr. W. L. lson, of Atlanta, repiescnt- ;jiouinls; which came to bless: : their W. .\u..tin also was clown with a 'Y

and Mrs. J. II. Gwinner, Mr. i'lg the Gulf Hefining: Company, was homo Thursday evening; Mother party ill The Austin in tlu"aCl..rtlnon. Daytona Ice Company, --- --- -----

and Mrs. T. O. Melton ami- Mr. and in the city this week looking over I' and child are doing well and the t The catch of flue several parties 9 1 I.-.e,.. t.tlarta EgrrJ1l1I.

Mrs Arthur l'uPI"It'UlIIallt, a foiling I the territory and seeking a suitable I proud father wears an exjiansivesmile \'arit'tIl"tIIl"ilt.ral.ly" but all MM'ured, PURE ICEMade : & 1JLY,

trip to Spruce Creek early in the I: location for a warehouse.: lie left for I I i I II : enough to keep them busy and in from Distilled Water. t

week. They caught more fish than : Miami on Friday with the same object gust humor. 1 Fa t. rv' tormr l uho.id: all,1 I \'" IH-I.I: avenue LAWYKKS.
I Mr.I :and, Mrs I Albert I Dennett leate'i': 1o :.
:' there, these Wing the only I --- tl I.ASU. FLJOHN \
they could make use of even spearing ) ( 01ti0..1. RoOD' Iluildiist
| today for Jacksonville, where theyI
\ a number of flounders in "llal'l, |>oiuts on the line in which his I..m-I Tuesday evening: a IHUSP belonging Brnatt.e.verf'mt.'lkr. I''Y1\IS.\
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i I will spend a week with their sort,
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}low water during the daytime, using !I I| (any contcmplating establishing'I Arthur and family: and then on to one of the drlivery wagons -----
go
spears improvised from sticks and ,',their business Ito I Atlanta for a couple of weeks'visit In the east side of the river In-vaine B. STETSON UNIVERSITY \ it. just.- RUT'.

j. i I fractious while on the (Irm, m) rad
poles. Wtwill forou bottom with their Clarjenee LANDIS & FISI-
secure i younger son. H: :' \IS
I and juinixtl into a cliti h. on UK cast 1"1/:1111.1.1.1,1'I: I \\1'11\1.I i ii UN M)1.-OIJII"\:
Fresh garden seeds. prices on lumber and other building 1,., who is at s..hool in that Uel.-\ U, I LOWIIIX..
I I side of the marsh The- driver ATTORNEYS AT LAW
lIt\ti'te'I'he, Druggist.Mr. I materials. No one receives grafts city. They will return to Davtona, pluckily held) } to the lines, but his Alfiili l.a Kith the Unhr..ity ol Chicago.

on your )purchase. Norman: )Dayton I about the first of Ot tolier. ,,. -, :.. ,. l'raT'I' '- m nil. :o'tat'\lld tmlvratIH
with bun 1.1.(il. or I.1181:K\L AKIS- 'I 11 tua! !.I' t L.I "I I h t 1 r n I..1
and Mrs. J. 11. Hudson and : little daughter who was .. .. .,,, I'ivil t riiiiiii.ti, ,l.rdtt, "
I' .: ,. ,, 1.:1! | (In /.tit'' .1 l w. ni
t Dajtona.Mrs. I ltd ...; M.t-"M- :';i-luu'-r.' :% lli- .1'11't '' "n" < : ,11 :\
children armed night i In letter to Mrs JosephVlwrne thrown fortunately sn.Uming .. rctillatt-Mi) :' ..il! I" illtw* for
two Monday : a recent was out t >!" ";; I III. .I:" .t Iti'l t i ;>! tsi.H" ilkt.i'iUcoi I'>n 01"!
. from Galveston, Texas, for a visit II. Y. Stillman gave an unique ; ( dated Fitchburg.\ Mass: no iniur/; With the help of .....(iU 017 1.\\\' -'"!.i.i'uu.I' I ., tetl.t.-u, "liniti'".,l !.. l.r.I' n.COI O' I Liu inv. ..t yratingtotl.0''ttKh.ndIutke.! l
,ItrI'ItrtdawitIlu'.tt.tmnatt.. : It II, I. \"II. rl."KII11 \
\, with Dr. and Mrs S. W. Carroll, OH I party at her} beach I cottage on Mrs H. G Fletcher says they also some pasMng:: men the horse and : lIoriLCMNOLOt'rt' : AM: CIIOOL .MIXHAMC: : ARtS--V..- _

North Beach street. Mr. Hudson and Wednesday afternoon. Five Hun j were in the fire district at Old)} Orchard wagon were pulled from the mire: ,1.\lIM'a.I. I'i i\ .I. I::.., T" ti! I Il.tn: ::: '" nnj!.: .a.1: Manual, rraiimi;r t'., '-<.- l".a linir t.oor ..
,t vs I 1'11" n. u J lutini:: t rTi'!. .I'npnwnt.COt | | .
( Mrs.I Carroll are brother and sister dr d" was the order for the afternoon but saved most of their goods: I and I Mt to rights aijaiii.W .LiIE:( Ol" BLJilM.S: >S)itjtfi'Mtut in t\ii It- t l.nul' ti..-. IG.tk.ulefrr l I.> t*st
buried ina I ..tlioil-.. ;0.1.", ,1..111,1 l ) al .1'ct.I | 'writirirf' Kttn: > >,.ar- "| -n in ..tJwr |1-"ltGrt. IIIL I I\C51
and in
and had not met for several the prize being clothing They were stoppingat
s years. .1'. Cannon i il making faiprabress r tnt.nr.. Li-:"' :.,. '1\: alll,I" ii-iioili., is liiiiMinir.I' .
t Mrs. Carroll's nephewV.. I). Fagan, pile of sand on one of the tables. (the Alberta Hotel, which wasdestroved i the n..I.anl-n.lyt"III ,(LI> ( \UKY ACAUE.Cira'Jlla' -. |pn'|>;In.d| t.. .ni.r Hart ar.l.I \i.. (13 ,\ r H S
} nn ,. .. ,... ..t'\.
'. IntI"! nil.'
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in a.:
of Gainesville i is also here, Laving Each: was entitled to one : Mr f and Mr;. Fletcher expect I I'nr.atn 0:
guest he has Jon .'l.llrl, ,,
road, aitltough' now a g: :>U \\-\L AM y1111)LI.\ SCtt/111 S.-I Kin t-n "rt III'' I.MI .l !
L.\IHII
1 arrived last week.I "dig for a )prize, and the digging to return to Daytona about the haul to make from this end That _' I'ruuantit: 1 ". ..1'11:1.:i I-;.... !,, "<,,, .n-"I'atat| .. h'II,14II.l; : iht -. !".t" 'I.. ... '14. .' It\ I: -
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1 I'm' :'. ". In" 1".1 Ii.-' I I); .1\: \\I > \\n\U _.*'
I Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Wright arrive occasioneil-considerable merriment.Dainty usual! time I portion of the road male, is in fair inian, .\\l'StCetfOUL...- <|t.IMMII,lI|.' ,tr Y.w. .t .tI| tx,'n. |.ian t.- .I..ral.: I.".
served and : ., '. ,, .
refreshments -.lof..TI\.I.{ '
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*! in the city Friday of last week I "C. P I IVnmxk-of 11\lma was in rendition and we believe that when \I.UIfIt"'I'I\.Alt MCtlOtll.ti' :' ,1,". ,...tl> ....lrt tn.rflHij.. '. ILY WATERic I:(

for a visit with Mrs. Wright's father, -exceedingly l pleasant afternoonwas the city yesterday introducing anew g I completed mir pe">ple will bare cotkick :-t.'t-" ntttsa'.u'ih I; : : : "I l.. trttf.wtrtintln-, +nu t..no '1'!...' I' ,..t! d...r.-... 1 BtttMatcrfvr r.We t '. /
(. passed bv those present.The | fn.tiiili.1 I :itvr-itv "M lid .w. Har\ar( la.:". iMrtrn.'itli. '! I o'u:' {'nf. L, l.r.nt"A.ik ..
(, Col. C. M. Bingham on Orange series of lost card views, published coming. This !a.tl'ek a .. I-1 rvst. |L..'r.t, Lt. IW.".tout.| I trn.t.t.I'd..t..I..1I i rots,itv. ..' Ni I' luraii, I1-. : J-CTKIC I LKiM l i IT.oon
West oi t large number of tram ,.., 'i.ttt in 1":11.1: I ri_" .1I1f1! |ni' !|". .. .
1 avenue. They came here from De- many friends heft of Mr. andMrs. by lum-elf: cf the Key shipment a "D.I..tl..r. l I 'ni\ r.ttiTlwn Iltilli..u.I..llar.l any""t"n! !f." '" t',', :t..i' .t'..!i''I' ,(,MM .' ',t-r 1a.: t PLA:" I Inwtlt.

i Land where they had been visitingMr. I. Ani/i: Iwnt'tlidtill regret to !| extension of the F. E. C I Ky: ., from trucks consigm-d t.. Mr. Cannons (MMi\oiiin fI..arl.v! ..-:hatter aKaiitifulrliapHl t I witl) : .' \ :It"J at-!: .

Wright's parents. Mr.' Wright learn that Mrs. Benedict died in'': Miami to Key West now U-iug reached f iVl-aiid.' I and we understand wISd.w- oil) i iiiiiiitintr*. ai lo.iMi.I t. 'i'Ikot...aI: .1.Itl"I ,.
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I, has recently been promoted to the I. Chicago August .*5i>th, while, at the I rushed to completion. There are that it is his i intention to i-on tru( t mend
I position of chief dispatcher of the home of her son, Sidney) A. Benejdiet. thirty two differentievvs in the a tramwav from the shell mine southof Liitiling.fortaetlanti Wtttn't.ten I r..Ju,- FITZGERALD & OATES i iteriuit'tj. t

\ F. Mrs. ent'tlid.lIutTercd a'I' set, whioh give an excellent idea cf lit.:IA'\n,1 along the road l bed. MIf..ral.'fC anti l Bi'"lyl.jrlit ,. t e ; !
E. C. :
Ry., at St. Augustine.r !: 1 '.-. trip' V::" t- :VP 1 I.t. i'1 it. "" P' I" u." : : T": -p!q ATTORNEYS AT LAWTON
: : : .
This will ''In : : .; ,
stroke of paralysis after leaving this : the work and construction of what i is : greatlypedite t. ntruttiou I : .
t tOne of the best hotel proposi- r.t I) \\ A i ILORID\
anal l 'hu
city in the spring, but had some acknowledged to be the most wonderful ''If tht rail \\ "
.: tiona on the East Coast. N. S. I t\1 ,
't.i
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i ipro\e "mna) Ttaii bn. In s ;i 'iC( -
what recovered and it was hoped I railroad undertaking ,1 modern in re es u ri y F .
Real Estate W. H. t' Il.
f Dayton ,.
Agency,
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DeLand ..neut Li'l'OLIILLL1: t'h. U. lilt, U. L L, U. UeLANU IU S 3.:
by team -
Edmoadson, manager. tf would live for many more years. times. upp.



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I i ; :. Wherever you'go you see them and wherever you see them they. go. I Electrical Am Electric World QTrrt.The announces the I ,{ Legal Notices .c: :;:: ;;; ;;;:

,. -- - -- : tlufi9i InventJon by a resident In Part of an i. Ask Mr. FosterMR.

t appliance known u the "electric ther- |.( .......................: :
mophlle." It couilits of a light battery C
I I to be carried In the pocket and an arrangement Notice' of Intention to Apply for Let*
Cars)i:I I of wire attached to an ordinary ten Patent. j p : FOSTER: ,.:i. us what accommodations are available at theand 11'.1': .'

: iRe 0 BOBBY ON THE HUMAN BODY I j jA I suit of clothes which will keep The undersigned subscribers and Incorporators -I : willngago MOIIS: for you in ad&nf'e.t lit' .FOIte-r'.oHift.s/ yon. &:a

the wearer warm and do away with hereby give notice that on I obtaiu dc.-eripUvp printed matter and jtcrsonal informal Mml..n' i": 5.

i i : Juvenile E...r Coot.lal. Some j the necessity for an overcoat out of the first day of October, A. D., 1907, : these and other n-ort? along the homeward way.

I : Hitherto r.p.blUhed laformatioa. loon or a fire at home. the undersigned and their associates I 4 Atlantic Bwh Magnefta Sw.p. ....... i

;, :1 The buman body was first supposed """ will apply to the Honorable Napoleon I j I I Charleston.Columbia. l
Surmar'rvihJe.
: i' M lit made up of 208 bones, but later B. Broward, as Governor of the State of ,
Any time Is the proper time for Myjj for Letters Patent Ca Klf>u. AiIIIa.
discoveries have developed the fact Incorporating :
.. .. that it contains 2n8 bones and au ap- ing what !. Ju t-Greek Proverb. ,, them under and by the name of j j j I'inrhurst. CIt_ City Neeepaet x.- I
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"James E. Francis Company, in accordance I ill.
] Iflo+iseat \
I. something hllltlilct. Otd Platt C w fMt.Lway.
>4'oJix. Au apt.endlt:
l with the Articles of Incorporation
following :
.. : 1\'hkhlt added on. lke a stscrtiit on FOR RENT which they have adopted as- I Virginia Heach. Jx_ ,eaeva F ,-.- .\./ ....

a woiuau's I letter and means about as their proposed charter. Hot Springs, Vn laas.arnro'

: wueJ. Its principal u+e is to a(Turd arerenue I.arge mom, 10< > x :1l) ft., in Allan- Dated this -'Mh day of August, A. U.. : Flat Jo'k.: s..w.ec.&ry., .

.. f.,r d.x-tow and surgery spe 19 07.) I Tryon. ('hatialsat/t, ?hilaridphra.Atlanta. I

.. .. cialists.! Operations on the human system tic I'.Wk heretofore used as Opera ( JAMES( ( E. KKAXCIS.iEOUGIANA FRA.NCLS.. I: l."ltrla.ati. Xew YoriiBtwtoa. .
are the cwrrect thing lu .iK lite so-
,' ETHEL E. FKAXCIS: French Lick ... .
Spring Chicago.
ck-ty. I'a gays there is one woman In Hill: lint not to he well as! such the I
I : our town who Las nothing left Iu her :Subscribers: and Incorporators. : St. Loui.-.. 11'aebia/tao.

:. but her palate and her tongue, she has coming season. Proposed Charter of the "James E.I I : Kansas: Citv.tlaaticCitv.. I

I i : bevu operated on so much. Last Sunday Well adapted for light manufacturing Francis Company." 'I Mr.' l"o.tt'r'f\ i iris anDO ;tots are l'\'C'r asked i>r ..-.-*-.,..'... -..

: our Sunday school text wax, The undersigned corporators hereby j: :f wh..n you are in doubt YOU BETTER ASK MH. FOOTER.HE .
"IYai the Lord, oh my soul and all or mercantile display room. i associate themselves together for the I I'I
'.. .. that Is! within! meI said to pa ''I purpose of forming& a (corporation under I :
I Ir's. So-aud>Q wouldn't be very Also handsome suits of rooms I the' laws of the State of }loridu, as prescribed I PROBABLY KNOWSMr.

The neatest simplest and best all strong on that, would she?" And he by the revised statutes of said I I Itilln
ii '. ; i ;
laughe.l and said no. with plumbing and electric lights, state and by the Acts of the Legislature : Filter's offii-eH are .it tin-I sign I thit' <,MK<*-
I
thereof
y and adopt the folio*ing I Ir
t i aroundJmachine on the market. Speedy j I A railroad brakeman U In a class by overlooking the Halifax river, fur-f[ Proposed Charter. I Mark inJacksonville.
; i :'I himself. lIe doesn't have anywheresnear i
I' t
:act: [once la Lis l o\ly. I know a nished or unfurnished. Apply to I I ARTICLE I. i I ,

r i strong and thoroughly reliable. !I I brakeman chairman of a grievance The name of the corporation shall If' : St. Augustine. I

, r committee' of ten, and when be !goes to GRAHAM THOMPSON or address 1 1 I"Jamt's E.: Francis Company," and I '
!r .
il I count the members of the committeeon its business shall be conducted in the Palm Beach, Miami.
: i The nattiest Runabouts and the most t his! fingers be can never get a Box _hh ), Daytona, Florida. I I State of Florida and in other states of I'I'I :

the United States of America wherever Havana Cuba.Vashin ton 1). C.
quorum because! be hasn't enough fingers -- I I'I ,

i comfortable Touring Cars.| : left. P. B. DOBBINS I office necessary of said or convenient.corporation The shall principal be at'! ': I

It says In my physiology that In the I Urniond, Volusia County. Florida. (Oun.j; I IXMI.SToUN IXI'II..HIII\: h..ter lull Ui nIMoUMATI' -

human frame Is a network of nuns ARTICLE J I. : : \ I IIC|r'I| in the !"l.l.\ "I) II' Itl I < 'ii.tnilx-ilnin. :t< '''t!

i For sale in Daytona by : a sort of system! of fine wires which CARPENTER AND LOCKSMITH i The general nature of the business to I'oim ( ',:.. i. I
carry message to and from the brain. ,be conducted by said corporation i* as :
: : For Instance, If you put your finger on I follows: To buy lease, construct orj,. NNNNt1M.N..1t1NNNNNMNtIf...NN...NtM..M-

I a hot stove the nerves of the arm carry House Repairing: and Key Fitting otherwise acquire storerooms, ware-

; BUFFUM & CROUCH. : | a message to your brain that your a specialty. Address I'o..t j> ollice lockbox I houses, and other buildings; to buy and 'i The climate of the East: fG.t of Florida
finger is getting burned, and your sell all kinds of merchandise; to equip|
t : i brain flashes back Instructions!! to take I l'k>. Daytona, Fla. ], conduct and operate a general merchandise is nearer perfection. than that of any

r :...................................................: I! your night finger I bad my off lingers the stove.In a can The of other jamIn --- notice- of Final Discharge.- ,i sale of store dry or goods stores, for millinery the purchase, cloth! andi and other place, on earth. 4444ISastCoait

.. .. fabrics; groceries hay grain fertilizers
.._ .. !I I ,
--- the when by eardrum sent a _
pantry Notice is hereby given that the undersigned I and farming: implements; gents furnishings s ;
DRS. ATWOOD & RAWLINGS ; DR. message! to niy brain that ma was executors of the estate of J. II. :j women's clothing: men's and Iwya'lothing
HOUGHTONi coming. My hrain answered back to Nivcr will on the first day i>f February,, :i c bats, bcotsaudshoes,furniture, '
t I- Physicians and Surgeons. I i i take my fingers out but the messagewas A. U. I'JOS present their final account :I 1 carpets and draperies drugs and chemicals r

4 [DENTIST.I delayed In transmission, and I as such executors to the honorable : hardware, china and glassware
didn't move quick enough. Ma caught County Judge of VoluMa Court ty, }floc. I silver: jewelry, pictures, books, stationery
Dr. At woods/?, \o. ;2 S.: RfdrrtstnJ.llr.ltawlingsotfieeovrrtiille'e tne. For a few minutes[ the wires running ida, and ask for a final discharge.: I' photographs and photographers I
i Office 1 : :Suite 1, Opera House lUo('k. "spine to brain were ThiV Aug. l."t, I li").. i supplies perfumery and toilet articles,
: uiy
up luy 1L).\ I.. XIV'Ei H i and all other kinds of general rnerchan-
drug store Phone :t'?. : f
crowded with
good government messages "
--- .-- .. F. J. XI'EItEXe dine; which the corporation shall ate lit r/ i .
-- as tt> what was going on on the
--I utor?. I to purchase and sell. The corporation! t

.I C. C. BOHANNON E. L. STEWART, M. D.j firing liue.0W' when I go to sit -. I' shall also have the power of buying, J 4-t
down niy brain advises my arms to put l :Noricii.Xotiiv leasing, or selling or otherwise acquiring

Physician and Surgeon.GttKtj Physician and Surgeon j! a pillow on the 'halr.-Bubhy In Judge la hereby .givrnthat nix lIauhtl.saftt'r I I tides or of disposing pt"rllUllalllfUJt"rty of, any and and all other also ar all .' X
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I date the undersigned executrix of
over the \t\vooj. I'lianuafj, I'-f.'K h Special altfiitlou lMaisot the j Ou the Job. I the will of Henry 1'. Hand, late: of %\}'I I j real incidental estate! which may be necessary fur. OtnionuPalmGach
I or to the proper carrying ,o.
N street, UJyTUSAFWHIU.1. When the thermometer dropped below lubU l'uUI.ly11l1.lt.'t'r inid Cc'u"t"a.i '
of
its general merchandise business
t EYE:, EAU:, THROAT ami NOSE.
I zero Mrs Hodger was much disturbed executrix: uith the Comity Judge .f' I 1 he corporation, >>hall b:"e the further
Tt'kl.bont' Xn. 74. by the thought that Huldab.l Volusiu County, l KlorKlu, and .t.>k for an '! of
limce and rcildvure: No. !< Magnolia I ''power' belling, mortgaging, or .otherwise
__ .__ ___ order of final diM-liarge.
.u roriM-r Palmetto avtude.TelepUou the new kitchen maid slept In an unheated pledging or disposing of any of it,
LYIHA II. 1IAM It, iiutri: ) ;
M.j. : real) or personal fur
room."Iluldab property as security
GOVEAKCUITECT. I | This Man'h yth, IO! ;. I ;
S. H.
f ," she said, remembering the any debts owediy\ the. corporation also! +N --
old of her ''It'8 1-- (theMjweruf| burrowing money and IJI
good custom girlhood
(H. [ \ D.I I
A. \
KLOCK
i
I. lit 1t.lltR: AMI ('11TIIMTIh1euce qli !t going to toe pretty cull tonight. I think 1 FlrsiI'ui.ltestto.Julyi, securing paymeiit uf actor loco, titan
f *. | Notice of Application for Final i ; tier ttt-niiitted J )I.y I law to natural per "Vv
j j had better take :a flatlron to bet i
you .
; lLt> and office, nortli.'Aet rornc <>_ Physician: and lrgeun. j with "01.'t ." Uiatharge.i ?: ;. nla ......
j
I I Iu Couuly Ju.l"e'!i I .lllricl.Ilu:
; Ridgewoml an J \ oliinia avenue !< p.-elalatlentta0 gars to I l'i.aM>f tli. I "\ >rVolusia ., -
The amount of Capital Stuck; .t Oeroqioralioii : y.C' :.
Eye: and Hi ting .f <.lu>-- I cllthu"ia..1n.Ir'l fount*. r
Phone Florida Florid. shall be Twenty Fue 'I bou.aIl -
bi la
I I 9. >tona, 139 S. KiJ'cwood: Ave. I'liftnf/ 23.Ollire : I It'gcrs: happy in the U-lit that In C Ie Mai I IT ..f the Knlatr: .\ ($:!,>,UUU) dollar, to be lli\l.lt..1 i
I Hours 12:30-31': 6 :311.M her tiiiid wase.luforttlde. slept sound of Jaiuca It. Urovxrr. j
in.
p. I into Two Hundred
,t :t" ='NN"MNNNNNN:::: .-.....................:............:'_.....U:.: DA YTOXA 1-1.\. 11I'1' bIi.. the morning I'he'IIIt..t the .VOTICK., a[|,rUai: H Lerrl.y-, t..-"uln lt: on that tti. eUlilli alt moiitlii<|HT of the' |l13r value of ant and Hundred Fifty shareol IKNI) CM Mint j fratr th* faMOu* lad TrfrlaaU Orsage Carey Tarau P1.appir.1the mast Plsatad.s.,, trt*.lrj, to

kiU-hcii. January. A. !>.. Peso.or .noun tbcmtttrr as dollars each. .\ll..r any l part >,l the
NeviUe H. QarkOPTICIAN. "Well, Huldah how did you get I tan I- heard, I ..lIlmllke "'Y nnal return capital stock of this corporation | INDIAN RIVER, LAKE MOUTH and BfcCAT.M: BAY
may
.i ad in I n 1st rat ur of the Estate: of Jan.rtruutrr K.
0. S. BURNETT along; with the flat iron'?" dat<.... to the Honorable J I.a be' payable/ property, labor or st-mce* are rtarknl feat Jarawi' ills .U the
I Huldah brcatht-d a dip sigh of rt'l'- Met'roryt'uuulyiudxruf: \ Volusial'"u e, ''II.t a just valuation to \\rf fixed by the
: IIurWa.a.ldssrlhatihr Miiir Ix- adiosanti .tl j iucorporators. or by the directors: aunrUng 1LOKI1U EAST COANT KAILWAT.Kw .
ollertiuIL
approd and a final discharge twlirantvtl
i Tailor. ""Veil ma'am 1 gut it most warm ui" 1101 !ucli adinliiHtrator.JAM called for that (pugiv-e.( 1'rop
I : KM< A. UKtNiVKIl.: t'rtylaIIVr. or services may also lie purchased a
ii l morning.Ettrr}boJ)"'.,. TkHJuly Oi, l'.'."' Adtiilulitralor. and paid for with the ,
cupitul
I ttM t :: Orders Taken for Royal Tailoring
t '.;.-" : I stock at a just valuation of such prop
.....; '." :: !I"I... \vvlh. I *erty, labor or services to fht'tlly the
i (Fir-tiiub. Sept. 7, last J pub. llct.: 3)1)
tY and I
II \ -' / '-.-.:/ :: Cleaning l'rcs..ing.ltering II "Yes;' sighed the unfavored suitor, In Circuit Court of the I|! ]directors: of the 'urrati'JII| at a net e 4

s. I" :'s: Iej{ >airing for I-i
Eyes Examined 11 1'(>(\. ii We call for ami call there again. I tell you 1 am feeling l1 l- suit of the State; << +i ARTICLE 1I IV
.11 1 ; pretty bl Dt.'." Florida iu and fur \'a I This corporation shall f-si.-t Krpetii1 >
:
:., deliver all goods. I "Well!," said his: chum, "l>cfure IWould I !liibiatV.iintv. InChauiicerv. ally a.' provided by lea.AILTICLI. rep of W.itif.I k. .1, E t A.I .f IWrUa" Wt' asp *f

i I rlar '* Jet'lrsitlJre.: 5: feel that way I should call I Isplte In I ,I j I : \ PtilMaUr Florida, a J .:'- 'af..atsa;; aJ4rcM
iI f 1..H,| :: Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA.' Daniel KWitt: IVekinun I J.B.PIKUOIT. J. 1'. UK HUH J. D. I
.................................... of the old gentleman. 'I 1 he business of this corporation" ?hall) 'HUlL,
I.. ._ .....................NNNN'sNNN.. FL.\1 "Oh no. I would rather feel blue I Hull R lietkruaii vs ;| Divorce I be conducted by a presidentice (jutj -.0'1.t. .....Laorr. *.... bu,w. A....r. a.

I Low Tides for September. than to run the chance of feeling black The I [dent secretary and treasurer and aLc'krd bT..t1GUsTl\E: ; :, }L\.
coiuplaiuaii stated in
having an
: .\. )1. 1'. and blue."-Chicago Xl\\ s. I affidavit attached to and bird with his L of three directors zudu< h .(tl<<-> ..

SEABOARD MSop 1............................. SW: ?>:."1.1:: I bill of complaint hia belief that the de-1 I I
::; JI :!.................. .......... :.j1 \IJ: M..IM..I..I..... ]jftiident is a rebidrijt of Hoine, City, i iu j j I' i ii shall may turn appointed.on Tuesday The the fif ttotkliokte'-s:leentri dav'

Air Line Railway. Sep 3............?.............. US I 10:10 |I I wheel.hUe "has Invented a skidless auto i i absent; the State from of . 11li7.! for ttitii l I. <)

:Stp t..l 0:n II :_: Ii i That ought to bring; him a fortune." I; than sixty days next preceding Hie I liUli 1' of meeting said of said curluratim| ai rigs ill! .t- !., ., f ULL

Savannah} Columbia, Camden Southern Sep 5.............................IltfJ ........ i "Yes." 1 of August, 1V07.\ uiiJ that there j i.no IDo'rloik cor| i at for the _
j I a. Ti ptirt-t| >i
Tines: I 1'aliegh, ItU-lmidml.: Sip 6..I .O* 1 } person in tie State of Hoi ida ervice .
j I'.MOJ: : "How does the thing work? I adopting IJY-lawn, holding tiie tint -ittion -
whom would bind the
'
Waslington Baltimore, 1'lnla- Sep 7.-........................12:111: 12M I "It's H'rr bimple..111 you have to do i'j dan Upon| and that the defendant saul is,deter oc.rtt'nturu' '' of officers and completing '!.. 4 FxDACSS

lldphia New York. :Sip S....................... ..... 1:23: 1:3:1: I to prevent the wheels from skidding is: j >ears of f age 'guiiization of thisorx.ratioii.| PREPAID

Sep U.......... ................. I3S; :2:13: to Veep the auto In the garage when I :Now then fore, it is ordered that th The the stockholders: : of tuei-l au. ti:>taLe >
on first Monday May'
;a year
!' ---- -- Sep 10 ............................ 2:3.: : 2:53: i! the pmemeiiti nre wet.Cleveland1'laiu ilefi'nde.nt in the shore Hi: titled cause, i\, thereafter: unless othcrwiM: I .le.teniiiiif J
r ealvr. Ruth it Kctktnan be and she is
&:1'1 11...... ................ ..... 3:12: :3:37: I j bill hereby j I by the by-laws. At the annual it> ..
required to appear to the of complaint '
Two Elegant Trains Daily Sep 12: ............................ 3J3 1:21 A \\luuer. i ution Monday, the 7th of October, three tatJlder'me.tillg.of the bttKkltoller', there shall of atd Lt! .Mei-i-j- 1

f. Stp( 13............................ 1:3S ;::17 1'utieucuShe l Is what >ou would call | A. U.,1Oiand! ) to defend the sallie according :- ation a.-directors, and surd direr-1-- ,?;rpt<:ai \ li. It..p
Seaboard I lprossSeaboard : Sep II 5:30 CI7 an athletic girl. to rules and prailiee of this their to be held i .4S j 11 .
meeting ihcante
f Sip::: 13::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 0:32: 7:2iil.Stp :; !I 1'atrlcc -Indeed: i I court coUr.se; otlitrwihe be! taken said coufehbexl.bill will in due' day shall) fleet: a presidnt.on. vice-prei-Jj F, .rue

. .Bill ; 10............................ 7JO: :3; !I "See that ring she wears. ? She won 1 It is further directed us that thin older: deut, tetretar> and treasurer and -ucl, f s Doz.

Modern Pullman Equipment. Sep 17..... .......... ...... S:33 9:47: j jSq. that'by Jumping. be publishtd with as little: delay as tnaybe other tion oflieers autl.ori1.t.11 and ugentas olliccrhhall.the! curyl.rxat | \ 1)f Y / a'i' '

:. IS.....::..........:.: i:... ..:IOJ02, 10:4SStp : "\(lU don't any?" in the iazttte-Ncws, publislifd hold may their retectie ullk-es! until their J I 1 DEIItrERED fUka
"Ye She juiu-d at marriage ,, lIaJtoJlaIt the I.f'olu. ia
19 ........... ...-...........JI:0:1: 11 I..' n pr and Slate of Florida County > successors are duly elected and <|Uahlieil. : I I
il) Yonkers week for
q tn' Sep 'O............................II ':NSep four consecutive weeks, and that. within Auy two of said ollicea except that ol I29cUAS.
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JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION president and vite-pie.-ideiit Iif'I
LINE :21.............................12:31: ) I ISep I-' '<7 Terrible lafant. twenty dayslroiu tli nuking of thorder is held: by the: same: person. ma I

oJ.ru'A.: :!...................... ...... 1:17: I IStp ll> a copy of the aine be posted at "I he names of the olhcers( wlio are to I
the door of the Court House! of VolusiaCounty
; 23............................. i: 00 J :1 t.. and that another be b"nt''' conduct the businebb of the corjioratH-n BLUt'COI'PANY\ + 1 1i

Eicursion Tickets on Sale Daily. I :Sip: 21..... ...................... :2W: : ((0 by mail to the defendant, Hutli copy U. 1 heel I I' until! those elected! at the first election jl i
shall be < lialifed shall be Janus I..
For 2.1 man ilirete) I.. her at Home ('it '. | \.K\ > 1'11'I'\ : \ II: I..tl\I. I' .
1 full information and tokt! | Sep 323 $ \' (
,ir rtw: r- Francis, President; ieorgiaiia; Frauii.VicerrebiiJent : .-,
,' vations call on any agent Seaboard:: or> i Sep 2 : :: : : .: ..::: I l>: I .<* Ohio Ethel I E.: Fral..i."A'l: rr'trry I Blue I Ribbon Beer
: Done and ordered at the Clerk's olln () and Lewis
write to I 66Vhiske '
I Sop 27 .... .... .... .. I 4.% :- DcLaud and Treasurer. Jun.es L.: Krwm )
'at Florida this :!\tli of
S. C. BOYLSTOX JC.: day ieorgiafia; :; Frauds and Ethel I.. trail ,'. ... .
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Assistant Directorn., U'' .K -tn\t.l i 1.1 11. I I \
I Gcncrall'as5t'nOrgml.! St-p Jy h .HI : i.fj i.. Sal SAM'L. U. JOUDAX

,. I!I t Jacksonville, }la. ."|. 'W 7 1'N 0,' 4'lt'Illl Circuit ('OUlt'uluoi_ Count' i' 'I I.t highest.\AR'IICLE aiiMHMtt: : .rf .ii kbt.di.osor I : .... ......... .... .... ........ ........ ............

...N .. .N K .N. ROU\TIOPRATIi511:: >> I \ AI LAN: U C liability tiwhnh; this < urpoint! :
{ may at any lifiic IMiljtc! t itself hall l lTweLty I. I : MALLORY :

. COAST LINli RAILWAY FiVe TI>..usautJ IMIarIOJN -. f.'.'... i .

l To the Jamestown; { ; via l From Jacksonville to Jamestown. I"< u ARTU'I.h Mld' : LINES i
1 Exposition The 'hild (after silent inspection) ,. >i
."..". 1 tJC' nan.ra' rcairltn: rx "I the -ub .
Well I ilou't un U-n taud why ma sa>s si'r I; Fifteen day tickets. < J il, "I .
: sciil-ers and the utMOUbt of tlx- < apit.il1stuck
it's easy. to ihroughjou, Mrs. Jcuks.You'n in !)](-t1It'r., bt'|M \efl> :1l.\\ subKril'fl for by each are a-i ft.1-| : SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS
..> thick.: Itrookhn Life. lows: .

: \\itliiiiliinit Janet L.: roasts, Ormolu), H..rni.i,, STEAMSHIPS.
Atlantic Coast Line. IkULI.v ..f Shop. :*. :.)J.'.Ii :Sixty dav tickets. GOld in : !"-> shares.i : 1.:11 _
'I'll toe us steadfast as steel I." mu P. i I leorgiana: Fraii<'is, C trult....J, H..ricJa. S at .f ,i I'"f ;'.t-v burr .h.aro..hlj.> "" 11.tj ... ,
toured the lit-autiful girl. j !t'r. htojvt.vers! aHu\\t ltMlI'rafJcill \ ''I) \ I.I: I:II\\ //II \1.1.Important
'I"W 11"11 or preferred>"* Inquired within limit. Ormond, Hori la, jshares. ,
I -i I \ll.lt':' >M> taill"tsl'I'Ill.l.l; ; Iii
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\i.lc| all over Florida ate the Atlantk' Coast Line "Purple the I Herald youn,: brisker al sently.-Washington :;.: .".. .:'!;al- Season t.KI.t.-tS. Good I.I I.in Signed JAMKS E. UtANCIS. ,S "? ti,. -. -11.1"! :.. ,." no IK....u will lie .<.lcl l Ik.t\'lI.Li t>, evr,.1 l

j I GI.tJHGI.X..aXCI. .;. i .1..- nun!I- r..t f In.rlit..r tl!"- 'satitegap.l..'it v of I lUIti
Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown Exjxi&ition.Two in sleojHr, stop-over* allowed 1 1I IhltlUK thus iniinia
.. I LTIIEL: E. H'vANCLS. -' ; tl! |Iaf'Jr.r.: lD.hhllU Nrrsie rued Mtt.iition.
TIa"rere Olio..It..ri.l'r within limit of Ik-c. 1-lth. Sul.M.nUrand: : lnl'.rl".fj.t.r-. S I-AS;>.K\' ;KIS: I.K\\K; : KSOXMI.LK: .: : ,
daily trains each with loe | nkTHllI'4h' \\
way through Pullman: beffet ltvjv \ seems to actually jealous I State of HvriJaVolusia 1 -.-. ;-.I. I"luk, ..f.sbll'n, in Flirrida Tlnrst.. '
of hUT stills IIM.H.I
** I l.o\\-.l| It IKS
: ToKW: YORK
AM
County Al.l. I"
I | ing care.Season: ':\ wonder. He has t-> pay the 1I1RDm..r On sale daily tiimt tlct toler ."51st.Iknter. :: ( i In. iM.I-r' { ,{.liiilitlul //1.\\l.UillT] aiN UXTS :NoklH,'
II.ru1I the
sixty day aad fifteen diy limit esrcnioo tickets than he earns himoelf."- 7.f"JGaineaviHe of I August.!hereby A.certify D. that on this nth! Ua i FAMIH S ":,tlril.bli.: ."
1111 1"0, |personally aji}; 'l'lt..nKh; t. lost.. ..Id| t ii \nrtiMrn. .iuU
sale Oil the Evvdd. t..a.. 1..:::h'I,t' feared before: rue, a Notary Public 'f t.-/tr.llIlg| ;itlri. ti-i*" ..ff.-rf'M'i I tlwr|M For fall i.Ikforn.iiti
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1 !: d.lily from April 19th tn Nov :'JOih at low r.LtaJGI.h excursions the .hild: had been taught to bay 111. Use State of tlorida{ at large. James I.. th L,-t.-. -t. .111..1.| [ to n Chicago, 1 Iti.l';>
Francis
grace tit the table. o:1"lol>ally! he varied Cieorgiana FraneU al..1 l Ethel: f I'
i at very low rates lt."Uh. D\-tr..it, Mich.i I i 4.; '' E. Francis, to me weRkuuwDauJkuuwnI M. IKONMONGGK, Jr. LJJ u-t Kay //1\-.1..
I > me to. be the descrilxtl' S 1--.i-Hit:: I .. .la.I..II\"illP.
-I per.sons in and a ral l I'u-t--UK'-r: .\, lit .1.r da."I"t
t Lord please! forgive us for this Niagara Falls i X. Y 1 13.CC I
<
: >> who, subscribed. their .. tj.v.! U riark.
For names t the foregoing l.'sal.lgrnt, (Ifci.vionu. IlitIi
write or rates call, rullnun on rt'-t'natiO
Washington, D. C.. ."7.I< "iLm.kout pan," and severally: acknowledged U-I'

U..IIII. O. Idllorlal (,;..1....... }1t., Tenn., i l.l. COle me that they subscribed their !
FRANK C. BOYLSTON The offloe toy had pled: the first pa?" unities thereto for the u.;u and | For further information and ulln ( I
1therein .05-
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by dropplag the form down two fight txprtracl.lu I \stli "din.1'at"r
'I In uitnets whereof I ( iu abun I of stairs. >an reservations call c it or write Distritt Pasenger .1gcnt..ttltnti.I (Ci.as t, hand and o'Jiciul seal the A I r ;:11.. !11..f the
a.i
>t :" "I1:011.. : murmured the gectie editor t Frank ('. IViyUton, 1'istiia' I'asstu-i:: year first above written. day i I stiuu-v.: : It rtquiit-b alv"Jul'-lv\ t'" .it.
"that you had brvkeu the new* lion lIot1'0 'Ihn
-FAi KSHSVII.I.K.: FI.A ,, more ,"ut1)'." Wft,hliiton Star. pt-r Agent, Athntic Coast LineJac.k /: (SealJ E.: F. Notary GATES.: 1'ubiic. I 4.ramJOSEPH l f .

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