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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title: Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: November 16, 1907
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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Vol. 19, No. 25 Goe* Everywhere. Reichtt All I_9. Daytona, Florida, Saturday: November 10, 1907. Brit Advertising Median' --la..Diytan and '"'';'". Price 5 Cents

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W. J. A10RQAN I COUNCIL CEMENT' ,I:

ii< BARGAIN COUNTER. j AWe V WILL CONTROL MET\ MONDAY.\ SIDEWALKS. I : BARNES the Novelty Ian !
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are putting out new bargains day on I
every It It. .
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our Bargain Tahle in the line Hcmnants of Dress "-
Goods Ribbons Laces : Meet For Florida East Coast Considerable Important Business Was Daytona Streets Are Fast Putting on1 i : SELLS EVERYTHING. :
Embroideries foiled
Slightly : .
Goods Patte'n Skirts Shirtwaist Snit I fats : Automobile Association as in Transacted for the Bettermentof Metropolitan Airs.: Cement Walks" | :
t Especially Stationery, Fishing Tackle, Crockery, :
j Etc., Etc., and We invite you to look them over for :; Previous \ears. Daytona. Being; Laid EHn'"here. = Glassware( Fancy Confectionery, Souvenir PostCards :

; > there may be something you need among them and :< The Florida East Coast VAi tonlo- At the regular meeting of the Cemf'nt'all.. have been laid : Talking Machines, Dolls, Toys and Notions. :

< J will save you money. Association held a well attended council Monday night considerable! with possibly one or two exceptionson : : .

meeting at t the dub I house Tuesday j business came up before the City all the business blocks of Beach : BARNES ;

The Peck-Hendricks Company. evening and the coining meet was Fathers for action. street and t the good work is now :: Will also frame your Pictures, sharpen your Saws, .:

.......4......................................f....., discussed' l at length. It was voted Hills to ,the amount of *:.".!!:.".;" being extentlel' to the resilience portions : Knives, Scissors, Faun Mowers Et('., and will :
to give \V. .1. Morgan! full control' of1'were read. and clerk instructed to fIr that street both to the north I : repair| almost anything that i is out of whack. :

:......11..1......11..11.111111111.11.111...1.11111.., the event as has been done in (former draw warrants for same. and| SOIlth. I .

I year It was tin- consensus of Tn. report of t he City Physician e On) t the south I Pod I of the street, In Fact for Any 'Want Remember :
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-I! M. ELLA DE VOY CO. I II I opinion of those present that themrl 1 was read and f ll't1. walks have recently been constructed .

I this year woul l l lie :a very sueIessful The ordinance committee was in front of the I.iverside: ]
I HATTERS BARNES i
-LADIES' | I I one. ', authomed l to draw and present an Inn, formerly tin Halifax:: House, the : .

: Correct in Styles. Personal attention to Fitting.*. ; That great interest! is l eiiig takenin 'ordinance, at the next meeting accepting Peck[ Seimi, Garland and other residences -
: No C(I South IV-H: 'h :Street, njtoua.l the automobile race meet to beheld Ivy I.ane and Myrtle avenuein and preparations are being THE NOVELTY MAN. :
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\ ) on Onnonl-taytona learhnext accordance with petition presented made for new walks in front of 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA, FLA :
March( is shown by the numerous to the council asking that :other residences] while on North .
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-: articles appearing the news- same l lac done and Alderman Howe Il l each like conditions prevail,cement

M i j laalw) .-rs that devote space to automobile gave notice that he would at the walks having been completed in ....................*................................
Miller Strohm Co. I
= ,' I news.; next meeting present an ordinance Front of the Stillman. Fitzgerald

I The following appeared in the I accepting Baker street in compliance and other properties and the workis THE CHAS. E. GARDINER CO. I

Successors to Washington Star, of last :Sunday:; : with a petition. progressing or being prepared for

PECK & FOSTER. Chem. (the announcement was A j petition in regard to lights on in front of a number of other places. I... ...
:; made that the OrmondDajton.iniHt }) BelleMie avenue was read I and ordered III part of this section it was, necessary -

l Family Groceries i 1 would lx held, and 1..1btf. ) > I I fileil. to move the electric light i*>les I Dry Goods. I

:: in March a sigh of relief went up The street i-ommiltce was givenone in several instances several feet in ,

c (Brain! Fancy :: among motorists of all classes, for it week farther time to advertise. order, to allow for a nine-foot walk .

.wM and, 1 Food ;i; hud; Ixfii. feared I t that t this event for bids for ('f'lIwnt'alks and I it and I Supt. K I. (;lInn'a busy :.. ..

( i\\ would IK t'allt..lulT I altogether, owing was decided. that all walls on whichconstnu with a gang of men the forepart of : I Phone 102, Anthony Block, :

I VB.ALLiNTHfTsHREDQ" IVntIllr1 I'rn''b.ctsiiMi '. i iI"II. != to t the small entry list of la-.t year.hi '!tiou had not been commenced the week looking after this matter. .. :.

? .w .w >ii.j.>i,.iii. '.iiitiiiiii... ... '.iiniiiiiiiMiiii. ., .... ,111.>}'V.'.1.111u111u11u11u11111/ullll. .. ... ..... ... I The makers generally decried I any are intended by the. abutting This important': work of. sidewalk :
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calling oil of the event and! one and pr+1w'rtY owners to be built building i is also going on in various : : O S
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all came( forward to promise' entries, under city contract at the expense I I other parts of the city too numerousto .:. ...................................................:

Bond Lumber Company I. under the new plan, of running thevents. of the )nroiicrtf as provided bv. ordinance mention and, 11..tonwill. shortly* ..............................................N.....
|>as&ed Sept. :>O l, I DOT.! stand in the front rank with; cities i I :4. .

MANLFACTtKLKS. OF .1| "The announcement that cars to The ordinance in regard to g.unl: of like size for a fine system of sidewalks -

ROUGH AND DRESSED / / :t '' iialify| for the mile events would] bei ling was passer) on third reading.It as well as good streets. The I CONRAD GROCERY CO. i

PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER >? >? > i i, forced I to make( a certain siuttl' I in was agreed that the city' woulde city should),l l..lIo"I' the good work .
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l l'iig' contest, thus barring' the |viy uue-half coal of the rt'lIIo\'al dor.e by putting in crossings at the! .
Lath, Shingles. Flooring, Viling, JJrirk, Lime :freaks!' met with hcaitv I* approval!of electric light (poles, from the sidewalks various streets where cement pavements ) :. (Stlcreasor( to K. T. Conrad & (,o.) :.

and Cement in Htock. nnice end bardic; F .M ca.ltallreey ; :tund> | the. announcement 'that contests 1'1'O'illt'tll1lf'' total cost did have, Iron laid. "
l andoranginnr I! T t j for I the Vanderbilt I race of I this }'ear, '' not exceed l KiO. I Another good feature of this : Carry a Full and Complete !
MII.I.S-Bond Mill.Atlantic r"a t Line. Ity.. li inill#. outhofJ.ek.onIlir. I .
Kalamazoo,on Hanfor Branch of the K ":.('. Ky. : hand l contests for !stripid stock In t the absence of the city engineer movement is that walks! arc, at the

c Phone 83 R. J. MALBY, Manager.hWiYmWiYniYtAYMeY :t j I touring cars would] )be run )lioth, at the ordinance in regard. to I same> time, extended from the streetto : Line of Plain and Fancy :
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> i long distances: met with hearty work on South avenue was referred the houses in the residence distriets I .
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1 I proval also. hark: t to ,the ordinance committee. jAn j I in many eases: adding to the
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i The success of the OnnonIH.II )'- ordinance in regard to "storm jsewers j i('Om fort of the occupants whether GROCERIESCLOVER
$ Y VtVMiVM.VrYfS "iii... iii'ii. i i li..iii<<'" iii'i "Wiii.'ii, ii.' ., I tuna meet on the plans proposal and at First. street and also %one I!,owners or renters and also contributing I .
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S A. D. McBRIDE F. N.t'J>RAD f sanctioned: )by the A.\ .\. is insured. as to privies and closets were passed to the neatness anl't.1I kept. ,
I President Cashier' },.I The contest occurs jut; pre j| on third. reading. j I II appearance of the grounds. : ----0- :

I BANK !j \"iOlI"l to the "tripl'.1 stock touring S. II. (;representing both the Among the public) institutions I : HILL I BUTTER. i

I MERCHANTS II car race near New York, and t this Halifax (liver: Yacht Club! and lately putting down 1't'lI1l'nt'alk .

'Bran-b VolutU County Bank) talon!. insures its success, a* the Hoard of Trade, addressed the council -' we might, mention' the First M. E. : .
Capital. Stock.... .. ,.......,.. ..............,.. ,......? ;:-n;(fill.>)> i makers will for Church : The Conrad Grocery Companyh !
enter for )both races amt asking an appropriation to at the corner of 1'almettolt I'
Personal Liability.... ........ ........ ..,............ lOO.IrfiO,., take in both within month!. build } dock the i I I and which t .
I .. IR |part : a a public along pro- !la'\"ennc Hay street, was
: T. Conrad .\ CO'Ii. old stand. :
Transacts a General Ranking Business. |wsed improved channel from the ncently completed and I the walk I .
: lubhousc but action I noin of .....................................................
yacht ( no was process construction! along
4 per cent. ]Interest Compounded Quarterly Paid; on EARLY PAYERS I
I taken by the council on the matter. the frontage of the Kpiscopal rhurch I ................................................1....
Savings Accounts. .
I the of :
property at corner IJidgewoodand
i Safety Deposit Itoxrs for Hcnf F. SAVE MONEY.\ Prom Jacksonville" by AutomobileMr. < (range.. avenues.A l lI

5 fSpfpfffputiffftfffffffffffi'fiff'iNorman,. .Ilullll11111111111111. .. .., III/1/l/II/N//11111/111/t.1/111... ., ':;:.I .. .. .. and Mrs. I,'. F. Ney,of I:lost on.Mass i I Groceries ? S
arrived last. Rowboat Servke. !;
Saturday, coming
hose \\ ho I'ay I axes During .No- I i .
down from Jacksonville in their It has l lien suggested! by a lady !! .
\ember \\ III! iet a Discount .
I automobile, and are at their home 1 prominent in social affairs "f D.iy-j
of 1"0 I Per Cent. I : NOW YOU ARE TALKING! :
on S'omd avenue. :\1 r. Ney telegraphed tuna that' our beautiful river i is not'
S In the rcxeniic bill passed;! ,by 'the + to IJ. F. 1'andolph: his used t., advantage for the r I .

I Dayton last legislature! |>\iMon is made: neighl oron Second avenue, to In.ttarm bent of Ilur'i..it"r / ')' tertain-1 : That's My Business.

for a discount of tv.. I JNT rent to in St. Augustine, which he regular t trips) or charter: p.\rl i .
'rsons who pay their taxes during did, returning'' (from that plan: with boat to designated: points on its I I JJ I take pleasure! in calling for jour (mIl r and :

' Plans, Estimates. tho month! <.f November and one per j them.1 shores. She is of the opinion, that a delivering promptly what vi want. My stock :

lilt to 'those who pay during ]December. They came by way of the old many of (the tourists and winter I is always fresh and tiniand )"f.llr tia"!"- will :

Superintelldencef.1Imher This discount ILwki not extend Kings road, and. report it as very residents would appreciate a rowl>oatsenice I I..* highly appreciated' ::111I1"I') taken < an' of :
_, Ix-yond these' months.The I Phone, mmir wants :
I fair, inn< h Letter, Mr.I aya\' and 1 that some energetic I .

Yard, Magnolia[ Atenut r.e(1: l F. i'. '. !I.V.iv.: ;.y law on the Mibjcrt is as follows than Ix-tween Jacksonville and I St. young man with a small capital .

Heal Estate olJj('(', 1st d.n>r tumth of | ostufftee. V*, :II. Ella )- : Augustine: and<1 away ahead of the could largely increase the same by. 1 i | S. W. CAKKOLL
".\1l1au's shall !Is' due and payable : ]Detand-Daytona) road. There are putting in Heel of r rowlmats, ,
MONDSON.() Manager[: });l'lolla. FI.i. Th.-nes at .fficc, yard; a at I I: .
a on the first day of Xovemlierf three small water courses to ford; some convenient point in the city ; .
. and I residence.WHEN
> each! and,I every year, or as soon ;i but none of them more than eigh'tet'ii awl proj>erly conducting 'the enter1prise. : : The North Beach st. Grocer.. :
I thereafter as the assessment mils inches or two feet in depth at ; .

may come into the hands of the taxI In')!>'f. They were obliged to use the Some) of the boats might lie l properly ;, 'eli-phone' \o. 19.tr :.

J .NNI/H.ININi...N....N.MN.HN....NH.... collector, "f whidi he shall give low gear !but twice and I then! : only rnrtaineil or protected) and .....................................................

: YOU ,ARE CONTEMPLATING \ notice by publication and the tax for short intervals. handled by, an attendant for the

, : collet-tor i. hereby \'C sted with the Hail they been supplied with firearms use of. elderly I people' or invalid;, 6
i Galvanized Iron Tank a new Tin llo..f: a Hot( Air Furnace, : and it shall be his duty to
I getting a power they might have secured l some who might wish to enjoy the water. City ilotel
or any of the other metal necessities required to complete' modern : colleit by levy and sale of goods and !' fine venison, as five deer crossed This, suggestion! is worth eonsidera-, Y is y. { = 'k :

, : chattels-lands and tenements:' assessed the' road ahead of them at different tion by, some of our I,..atrn.'n.' kr.V k
.>;, o: dwelling, remember that : all taxes that remain unpaid times during the journey. I --- - _. y (; r OPEN All THE YEAR

f : on the first day of April. They made, the trip in aliout live I Episcopal: Choir Entertained.The '+ $ 4'+ -

.. I C. NASH a SON I :: "If any taxpayer shall pay his hours running time, and enjoyed" it I 1 s I J.U( THiC LIGHT.-. 3
choir of :St. Mary Kpiscopal:
: DAYTONA. TL.A.are : taxes between the first 1 day of November very much I 1.1.1:1: THIC IJELJ--
Church enteitained] the
: and the first l1.1of. }December .. _, I was al lift and Cold; (ratline
and reliable service at fair prices - I rectory Friday night of last week: by 1 r.IIirstCl\ l *!'.
best prepared to give prompt he shall collector I
" i be allowed by the tax Choral Society. ,
, : hev.A..1. Wilder, who protided( an i rtJ
next to the Armory a discount of two centum
General Volusia Avenue per
repair shop on The I Daytona) Choral Society" oyster supper for the members
r i Phone 58. Out of town work so'iciteJ-' *. I therefrom; and if he hall paon ', which is holding regular meetings some ten or a dozen in number. A I, .,,. GEO. H. MATTHEWS
the tirst day of I December or bei -
1 ............. ......................................._ i i tivt-en that day and the first day of every Monday evening, under the pleasant e"l"nin'a'i spent in storytelling PROPRIETOR. 1
iy leadership, of !Prof. Sheppard, is progressing i and social converse.' All enjoyed '!
........ ............................11...11.........; January he shall be allowed a.discount very satisfactorily, but a good time and agree that!'

: J. n. GARRISON U.I n. T.\\l.01) : II therefrom of one l'n't'ntuD1 more male voices could be used: I I Mr. Wilder is a very entertaining'
: thereof.- :Narke Telegraph.
: .\ close examination of tlcctrical with advantage, for, as is usually 1110-'.
. : I work finished and charged for .1 ----- the case there is a preponderance of 1 I -- --- Norman S.
Dayton
: from this shop MiBtk s hov squarely .: I Getting Christmas Goods. soprano res. I If you are the Iw os-I j I Work Progressing.

.. : business.ly and honorably Electrical we transact repairs our receive : I Already, many .>f the merchants sessor of f a good I base or tenor voice,! Probably before MXmore rnontll. .

.. : special attention. Those : are getting in their Chrismas antI better join this society and later on han past Contractor' Cannonswill

I. : who employ us never worry about : holiday goods, the assortment and assist: in entertaining your neighbors have most of the work of bard LUMBER.Yard .
our charges and they know 10(- : kind of which promises fc:> l>e extremely and visiting tourists with, some I surfacing of the JteLand-Itoytcna)

: .- fore engaging us that our workmanship : large, useful and better good choral music. I road completed. Contractor Long Magnolia Avenue and l F. L f'. Railway. Also
will be the l>(' -t.
I : : : than ever before. The outlook i N -- -- has the grading! nearly fini-l lral. PUn, l LtiiwU: and Superintendence. Heal Estate oftcioNt

Daytona Electric Co. : good for heavy buying and. many INo charge for preliminary plans d.r i sr.uth. } .f.f !1'. +II'. W 11 rrr () POX': + Manager.

. : persona are taking advantage of the and estimates. supervision of workat Houghton) will ''copy hi }t"yr I I. I I' '! (i';, 'r' '. i.. 1 .I r.d.: I .'i,, ..
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,t : HH?: ? South Beach Street : time and making;' their purchases actual cost.irman' S Dayton new natters in Peck Llcrk1; the!

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t She has lost two opportunities to rent Kirchoff Candidate. program galls for a discUMIr tO

: THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS the cottage: because the work of finish- Additional Locals. Ormond. on the queStlOfl repe&tat
Otto Kirchoff, of DcLeou Springs, This will be
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY lag was delayed. reach the men. night.
will be candidate before Ormond Nov. 13-Wm. Scobie and fle1t SU'7
the i ,
On Sunday morning, Nov. 17, the a neat Mr. and Mrs. Henry Piepgras the borne church
-: \T. K. FITZGERALD, Editor family arrived las week and are occupying -
Seabreeze avenue M. E. church will Democratic primary, to represent left Tuesday for a week or ten days' I .-----
"Melrose -
their beautiful home
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have an Old Folks' service. The pastor Volusia County in the lower house visit at St. Augustine, Palatka and I 11 11." .
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THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY will preach to the elderly people and the of the State legislature, so he informs Crescent' City. A. G. Wetherbee Worcester, Mass., Daytou Oymii.SslUm.MI
entire service will be adapted to the oc Intf'rett.ffl fo the mDa-
I ( INCORPORATED ) casion. No pains will be spared to the GazetteNews.Two What is Lily Water? Call at arrived the past week. Mrs Wetherbeeand who are to learn that tbe rooms
the slum will be glad
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daughter Emma will spend are
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Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. infirm. It is to be desired that the old I More Deer. winter in New York City with Mrs. over the arranged AodeTS0n for that purpose aDd the .
i Mrs. J. M. Chaffer of Pinkerton.Mr being
I Kingston, Colby follow,:
people in the community will be pres il About the middle of last week T. nest week as
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I Oak Hill and llrs. San born, our annual \is- classes will
ent. All who come will receive a souvenir went to Saturday last to aDd Friday 10 a.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 0. Melton recovered the hound which Ladies elLes Tuesday
H. at
itors of North Woodstock, N. are aDd
of the occasion. While this service spend some time with Mr. Chaffer, 2:30 p. m.
One copy one .. ... .. .. Jl-50 is especially for the old, yet all are had )been stolen from him the week who |I their studio on the peninsula, where m; Girls class Tuesday Wednea7" ;

: I One One copy copy three elz months year months. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::..-:::::::::-::::::::::::::: ::::::::---. ::::::: :40 cordially invited.address In the evening the before and Saturday in company For is teaching first class at that place. I I I they friends.are always glad to welcome their Saturday 3:30 p. m.9 and 5In Saturday; Boys class 10 a. m; Kindergarten and- -

desires
pastor to more especiallythe with Acklin Stiling, made another work-Daytona p. ID.

ADVERTISING RATES.DISPLAY young people, still all are invited. hunting trip to Cow Creek, west Steam Laundry, 1 phone 8. tf We notice among the new arrivals of clasS ss25 Tuesday 7 '
the week Chas. Emmers. of New Saturday 2 p. m;
past
Whether have been church or 10
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you goers $5
ADVERTISE IE T I not come to this service. and north of Oak Hill. They secured Geo. A. Howe and wife arrived Britian, Conn., and Frank Fisk, our famous p. m and Friday middle

Kate per Inch per insertion to regular advertisers......... .................._.....-10 cents Muss Mattie Branch is now visiting two fine deer, a buck and doe. last week from Ottaway I5each, artist with the paint and LruSh. advance from Nov. 19. 1907 to
Kate per Inch per insertion for less than three months....._......... .....-.._...15 cents I Mich. : Mr.( Grand of March 1908. For any other information
t Rate per Inch per Insertion for single insertion..... ........................-............30 (ents : fnends in Palatka, but is expected : ;, and) Mr. Howe? h: busy fitting j and Mrs. Gates, of Rapids. Anderson Candy Kitchen
READING NOTICES OK LOCALS. i home the latter part of the week. Fell From Horse and Broke Arm. out his cruising boats for the sea- I I Iich., are among the recent arrivals. enquire at

Rate per line, each insertion.... ....._. ..................................................... 10 rents Mr. and Mrs. Eckey have taken one Oren llinsky, the eleven old son's business. ,I :Mrs. McDowell and sister Miss Jones,
ETC. of the Brush: cottages for the seascn. year of Binghampton, N. Y., have _taken up Notice For Bids.
RATES FOR CHURCHES. LODGES,
eon of Mr. and Mrs. .1. H. Kinsley ')'For Rent Furnished their abode for the winter in the same '
Mr. and Mrs. McLaren and family ) Ii
All club, society or&anizationlod&e and church notice, other than religious room that sealed -
services,5centsperline. Cards of thanks .50) cents each. Ievolution! :<, .1 t cents have returned from a summer spent in of The Pines, met with a painful accident residence, corner Kidgewood and [ !little Jog cabin Cooo Chulce, near the Notice is hereby given the City of
f per.Iine. Legal advertising at legal ratea.GENERAL Adirondacks and other in hotel. bids will be received by
\ points I Tuesday<< evening.'i'm..
Orange at *8O.;< P. I It{ IJennett. tf I construction of cement
'" PROVISIONS. New' York and New England: and are at Miss Collins and companion :Miss Daytona for the .
Yelvington, of South !Ilidgewood and
. Xo single charge for display advertising of any kind less than .*>.) rents. borne on the Halifax. Dr.) W. P. Langworthy and) wife Clark, who occupied the Mason cottage I sidewalks as required by ordinance,
Good position given advertisement. An extra charge 2 wit |p'r in 'h had called to see Mr. Ilinskey on l lost specifications on file in the office
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\Ir. and Mrs. Luke Bcazcll and little and Dr. Langworthys father W. A. Mason, are expected Thursday per
will be made for ads with specified positions. No special position!' given on nd* : business and left his horse standing Clerk. Persons bidding shall
Lizzie after the of the City
granddaughter, Kirtly, a oceupy, same.L
less than five Inches. : Langworthy, arrived last week from and the '-
No advertisements accepted for the first page. summer spent! in Bosnell, Ind., arrived in the yard. Oren. was anxious fora Ikfetrom is moving into his new state the price per square foot, 4
Extra charge: made on display advertisement<< containing an aurogeof more the latter part of I last week and are i ride and Mr. Yelvington lifted Wafeh Hill, R. I., and are at their
than 30 words to the inch. co IIfol taLly domiciled in their winter him home on Ridgewood avenue. Mrs. I ILangworthy's I r Thanksgiving Day will be observed I build within the next thirty days
the saddle
AU bills payable on the first of each month. to and let him ride the City
home. mother, Mrs. K.: i in Ormond with the usual public serviceat and all bid must be filed with

The vounger society set enjoyed a out to the street, where the horse; Greene, of Ilerlin X. Y., n'l I the Union Church on the evening of Clerk not later thanDecember 1, A. D.,

- SATURDAY, N3VEMRKR li, 1907 straw ride Wednesday evening.: The turned sharply, throwing him off] that day. Mr. Waldron will take as his I 1907. The successful bidder or bidders
Tu'sciayancl will remain \
. and his left forearm during subject I will be required to execute a bond in
of in Some
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..........................1 I I I I rag< the latter |I' irt of li-t a-'uk.\ and i- so enjoyment to the participants.! two places, the fractured) bone making winter. }j would like to be thankful." I I the sume of five hundred ((500) dollar -

gue.l (.1 the I\\tit-Id. Mr l'sliers(0 I 1 t is rrpartN that Thomas Keating, a deep) cut more serious than I 'See our fresh line of fruits. Rev. Geo. B. Waldron represents the The City Council reserves the right to

: -r i SEABREEZE and vip('rg'r nays he has been unIt anxious t<> \tIC r of the Casino and pier, has purchased the break. lie wan taken to the i T. 1Ci KTIA S..,. i i I t'nion Church at the Hast Coast reject any or all bids.

l get hark tn his: hoiiH* on the bear! that the Jones property on the oceanfront i ence of Congregational Churches concer-I I By order of the City Council.A. .
: i DAYTONA BEACH : he is expecting Mr! l\och'r'l'rgrr soon and that himself and family willagain fa 'tona hospital where the arm i ilr. and Mrs. G. .\. Gould, of !jU3"enport I i terlachen this week.;; The McF. Porter, City Clerk.r.B .

f become residents of the city. was cared for and he is now getting Iowa _
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,land I that they will F|>end the entire winIter are Daytona) visitors I ---

.i .......................... .1'f' i here, which is good news to their Mr.( and Mrs. Nickcrson arrived lasteek along fairly well at his home on I for the first time and.) are stopping .. I .

'f' t Seabreeze, Nov. 13-The Misses Jutte I I many friends. They will spend the w from North Chatham, Mass, andre South I idgewood avenue. at Schmidt's Villa |Both? !
winter in their Cherokee and a located in their winter home fin are i i' I .
arrived from Fittsburg. ra., Tuesday cottage. | .f rfS .
i PeninsulH Drive. very much pleased wiih Daytona ; I BUSINESS
I afternoon and will spend the winter in I If I w ill have meals at the May fi 'Id. Fatal Accident. ,J and) will remain here ? !
F i the Bernard cottage on Ocean Boulevard. -I I J. D. Bunch, the popular grocer of home time.
t Daytona Beach, is having considerable A sad accident occurred) last Sat- Mr. Gould is president of the Gould
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- v S. E. Gilmore, the real estate agent of i improvement made in the interior of his Port Orange. urday afternoon on the peninsula Construction Co., of Davenport and c. C. BOMANNONPhysician : : Fitzgerald & Gates

Seabreeze, has leased one of MISS: malelee's $- cottage on Grandview avenue Johnson is the work Port Orange, Nov. 14-J. A. Tedder and Surtjcon at Law
cottages to E. J. Costa for the sea doing :, Attorneys
In view of the of Miss bas sold Ed Johnson a lot and he intends line Martin a lady seventy-three meeting with) fine SIU''SS in the pis- i
son. Mr. Cota'hose! family consists: resignation ,
i to build soon. years of age, fell from a window) o! catorial line. I Office over the Atwood I Pharmacy.'!- Attention to Examining and
Shelton, the 7th and Mh teacher
of wife and two daughters Misses grade Land Titles.Conrad .
Harriet and Isabel spent last winter in of the public school, the board of trustees -I Mrs. Christiancy spent Sunday with Woodbury house, where she was For rentTwo.: -room Hats for I 1'1":11'11 Direct, Daytona, Fla. Perfecting I

Daytona and Daytona Beach, occupying met in special session Saturday evening I! her! parents at Oak Hill. living with her daughter, Mrs Telephone No. 74. Block, DAYTONA FLA.
M. V. Carter of Titusville in light housekeeping, $S to :* I 12?
a Ci)!l. Shaffner's cottage most of the and sent in recommendation for was Sheppardson anti family andVa per -- -- '--- .__ :
; season. an appointment to fill Miss Shdton's un- t town Thursday tailing on his many S month; single rooms HO) cents per i Caryl i.l l..aodll .rt F..b
j fatally the II. II. SILL'I'[ /\. \.
f friends.Rev. injured dying; same evening .
: C. A. Ballough is driving the piles for expired term.S. day; special rate for season. The !
;B- his dock at the foot of Glen\iew boule- C. Ball, lessee of The colonnade.ill ., E. W. Rush is shipping oranges.& about eight o'clock. Dr.) (3. M J. I lliverreih113 N. )blend !>street DaJ-I. Physician and Surgeon i LAXDIS[ & I risti

ard. s- arrive here Dee 5th. In the meantime John Tedder has the frame for his Wallace, who resides em the |peninsula ti una, Ma. f 1 Attorneys at Law
I
r Sidewalk l laying! on both sides of Mr. Goslow is in receipt of many I house up. :home" distance north of the Sixtial attention given: to all and
Practicing In State! Federal
}, Grand\iew avenue is going rapidly forward inquiries i concerning accomodations in We lost two of our oldest; settlers last home Mrs S. M. Ryan who has treatment and Mechanical mf'thods.1 Courts. ('I\'II or Criminal builneit gd.-
Sheppardson Si.
wall summoned c'"n'l 127 lUdgewond \ *n ur.fulaUeDllon. Special facilities
considerable part of the distance December and that it i ls just probablethat week-Capt. Alexander of Beresford. duitcd) a millinery husine -10.30 and -.J.'?.'.'.'). I for lace tigating and perfecting
and Capt. Puggett, lately of Ponce but found<<) Mrs.I Martin beyond medical ) I iM-l..nd, Florida.
I being built from the city limits north to this popular hostelry will open before during .the winter for several '
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Glenview boulevard. January 1 1st. Park, where he died. In former years I I aid. I I

Mr. and Mrs. A. Ayers arrived from Capt. Da"ett:1 connected with the Funeral bt'rril't'H'rt' held ut the Sons, arrived last week and I .ea-I' I 1)1?. -J. 1 r.: H/\\\r LJ\:\'GS haa cA. Httwart tlfO

Lansing, Mich., the early part of the 1 late Capt. C. H. Spencer when he was ,I residence at lII):.''.O oYlock Monday rented) the Shell Boat of H. f}. Hawley STEWART: & BL UII.'I

Daytona Boath, Nov. 13-Mr I. A. superintendent of the Life Saving sta in
? which
week and arc occupying their cottage conducted by Uev. A. J.J to carry on her busi Physician & Surgeon.Dr. .
1'inewood avenue. Bowdtn and Mrs. I. C. l'C't'k. of Hastings i ness. to millinery
l arrived and considerable real estate here. At Wilder of this city and I the interment
Miss Martha Mullctt armed from the Tuesday are spending: a very
she will handle Mr. I Hawlt'J's storkof Iawling's! office over (title's Office next door to Bank Building,
north Friday of last week. She was ac- the week the gueMs of MM. K; A. early day lie was sheriff of this county.Mr. was made on the lot near the 1
I shells and I curios for !him. Mrs. drug store, Heath street. 1)o1lICI.IlrfiJa. P
I Branch.Mr. and Mrs. Needham and Mrs. : i
companied her aunt and uncle and residence until spring; when the
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friend Miss Jones, who will spend the :j jninter I and Mrs. \\ m. \akcfickl and Needham's father Mr. Cochran arrived I remains will be shipped north for !; Ryan was atrompanied) )by Miss Nel-

t; here. I daughter, Miss Mabel I, arrived from Monday from Sullivan Countyew I burial at her former home in Pennsylvania I- ::'son, of Chicago, who will art as I E. L. STEWART TITLES I INSURED

Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Harding spent I I Peoria, 111., and are at home on Peninsula York. trimmer in .the! millinery dejiarfnifiit. : Physician l and I Surjconulusit I! county Abstract, investment
Drive for the winter. Mr."au has rented his cottage to
S Monday in Port Oraage. Mr. Harding : __ ____ I and Title Insurance Company.
1 was in Ormond on business Tuesday. Miss Blankenship, Atlanta, arrived Dr. Funderberg and family. Special attention to diseases:! flf the i ,
: ; The friends of Mrs. Eckhert will regret I at the Seaside Inn Saturday. C. M. McDonald and family were in I I A Sham Battle. We will bccure for you )bottom Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose. Office I .,i.Attract tap.. Class furnished and anellille.mue Prtnt.perfHt. ...

Iur to lean that she will not spend the J. A. Cannon, of Bristol, Teen., and I,I tow n Sunday. Captain Jibb! and Lieut. Clark, of[ I prices on lumber and) other building I ncr and Palmetto residence,,telephone No. 101 Magnolia 82.nirr ror- I'I i4rcy plied.stid IVrt Tress tub,frr OpposIte;farcy%olUila n. }

I, 1 winter in Seabreeze I O. J. Harumit, Jr., of .Atlanta Mere : This community'.' very much iuurSa III. toil! p m. Hank, ileland, Fla
as originally planned
shocked 'I the Halifax Rifles, are planning, materials. Xo one receives grafts ___ __ .UP'I
vii account of her mother's health, who I Sunday arrivals at the Seaside Inn. to hear of thideath of Mrs 1l 1---
An elegant little dance at Surf Crest Kirby daughter of Mr. and Ms I Dondinv some extensive events for the future on your purchase. Xorman S. Dayton "
was seriously injured by a fall some : < .. :\. JLOCJI I IX I 1). & C. K.
days ago. Mrs. Eckhert's husband is I I Friday eight was a delightful occasionfor -ille, at her home in Kansas. They I in conjuction with military mattersin Dartona.I .

proprietor and manager of the \\"t.nl the following participants: Messrs. went out to see her but were just vate. local circles. Among them is aretonnuvit.ering -- Physician and Surgeon) Civil Engineers I -

: known hotel, Graylock,of Williamstown, Geo. Horn, Clarence Rose, Harry Arnold l :I par t ty and nocturnal I Break Arm at Football. II"c."la".nll..nllilv..IlIO' IHwaivs! of
1- Mass., and they had leased one of the r I and Ray Scld'-n, the Misses tee Mr. and Mrs. Cummings: the popular the! Rye and r"tiling ..f (ilaiv 1M! Ho.Kldgcuod Offices I I DAYTONA and
: attack for
Clarendon cottages for the peaM>n.IX Bowers!' Jcannettc Ridgeway, Ruth host and hostess of the Port Orange I Thanksgiving evening Willie O. Conrad, on of Mrs. I*. ., phone 2--.. Office hours !:?-:)' MIA MI. FLA.
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; t : B. Case, one of our regular w intt'r Coates and Fay Stewart.Mr. House, arrived Monday night. The company ill be divided into [ Jlulkey, of north Reach street, to ':< > p. in .11)1 to to.:"... p. I IaytonaOffice Established 1875 I
IT. Jt.
:' tourists, writes relatives that he will I Phillips property| owner and real Mr. Smith one of our thrifty farmers I platoons and an ad ranee made with Iin had) his left arm broken! last I II I AYTON \ FLA.- ____ -- _

leave Clevtland for Seabreeze within a 'I estate agent arrived Sunday afternoon I of bpruce Creek, is shipping beans the City Hall as an <>bj.'etive point. I| Fourth of July, while! playing baseball .1 i.1I Daytona Private Hospital S. li. GOVE .
f few and with his I and is at home on South Valley street. Allen Tedder, a younger son of J. A.Tedder I
days sister will I Col.
spend j Bingham has Ije.?n invited, I to I at Ormond, had the misfortune, I
the winter guests of the Princess Issena. Dr. J. I'. Esch and family and Mrs, << w e are informed! was married and Sanitarium Architect Builder and
l |I act with Lieut. Col. Parkinson and ;11 t tit again break the arm while play- Kv ry facility I for I be proper treatment
lost week
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fogg, who have Esch's mother, Mrs. E. O. Wright arrived and ha settled in New find rare of medical and surgical raws. :
I. spent the summer traveling on the eon from the north Sunday evening, Smyrua.I i Major Morris as umpires. Blank I lug football at the Seabree/e school I quiet Electrical: appliances trained nursvt. Contractor I
surroundings. t4
: tiuent are expected to arrive Friday. and are at home on Peninsula Drive. i! cartridges and I signal rukets will 1 : hntibe. Monday[ afternoon this! time liven to all. patients Tcnm peclal on attention appll' Residence and office, northeast cor-

: f The Daytona Electrical Company are Ten new pupils were enrolled in the I I be used and) a small mimic warfareI j! more seriously> sustaining a doublefracture. ) atlon.l l'rI.Ci.\> 4 11.t11and i HeconJ are.. It.' IIUW.. Phone ncr RIdgewood S9. and' Volusia ave. -

. ,, S wiring and putting! in fixtures for lighting peninsula public schools! Monday morn I II I Holly Hill. I I will be enacted t PtifsU-lans- In (-'bllr!", I JJ&ytonalla.

I Mrs. S. S. Jones' boarding house, ing. I -- !
1 l Dixie Lodge. Mrs. Bank and her little son. Jack, i!I Holly Hill, Nov. 14-McCoy Bros I I All ex-members of tlie <-ompany Quietly .Married. DR. \\'. ,\. GOVE !I Halifax Wusic House

r 1'" Edward Cordis leases: Springfield, arrived from Sheldon, N. I)., last Thursday -' are laying the track for the launchingof are invited to meet at the Armory 1

I i Ma&s., for Seabrecse, Xov. :20 and willfpend 1 Mrs. Banks found it impossible to 'I their new boat which may 'be' in the next Tuesday evening at 7:.*>lI>, when Ellis H. Shoemaker and Dr. IMith I I I Dentist I George WrayThe

" 4 the winter with his parent in l leave his banking business just:! at thus water when you read this. arrangements will l he perfected and I Rose Brush were married Tuesday i cheapest( place in the State to
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... r their time, but lobe here about IVc. I UTh'! : ,'u.rln. HI.I.I! an.l Vulu-liPHO.NI j buy I'ianos. Pianos
I r home on the Halifax. expetts I I Owing perhaps to the long continued these eXfltnembers will be invited I to; afternoon at two o'clock at tlH,1 j to Rent. Tun-

Dr. E. Potter's mother and sister, first.One drought, the artesian w..lll1ot the public jvirtieipate in some letailearrangements ii 1 brides home on Third) avenue Rev: : I in&&:, Repairing and Polishing l.y a
I way. j
!f Mrs. Dave II. Potter and Mrs. R. CViIkinson I. large houseboat that W. n. Reedis school had almost ceased to flow so last ) -; \. I skilled workman.OrIie .
j will having built i U about to !lit" launched I will In published D. II. flutter officiating, and, onlyMr. -.
spend! the winter in Sea week the trustee had lIollou.h.Iel I I .
; L breeze, ,uCt. of Dr. and Mrs. Potter in and the second one is on the stotks. I ton redrill it. next week. and Mrs. H. Mason beinu" .nres-I 1)1 Il. LeSSu.\S I Gm.\w..1 I '
I 1MI. IIOUGIITOX:
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S J' the handsome Buell-Pottcr residence, Mr. Reed exacts Mrs. Reed here about I Mrs. F. L. Middleton joined Mr. Mid- --- ent. Mr.I and Mrs. Shoemaker left ; :

',' 'I g remodeling of which has just been com- Dec. 5th, His sister, Mrs. Boshes, will i dleton here Saturday She had stopped Reward for :Negro Murderer. on the north l hound train for a short: I lJentist) I' By a holy who has a thorough

i pleted. arrive on the lSth inst.: : at St. Augustine to visit with relatives.C. knowledge
of
bridal the German
DeLind) XOIFor? the arrest. trip through the northern. language
i r Mrs. E. L. Potter baby and attendant Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Miller are IIOW'' Roy Miller's father paid him a visit I and has i
I '!? : Suite 4, Ojifra )house HI'k | traveled abroad. For
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and of the State. On their ;
the sheriff Volusia,
delivery to part return
t arrived from housekeeping in the J. J. } 1 fur-I
Xew
York City last Friday Bishop apartment Sunday. Mr. Miller is from Miami. : ther information ad t and with Dr. Potter and Mr. Knappe house on Seabreeze av'enue. Mrs. ( l'O. W. Rogers has returned I county, at any jail in the State of I :: they will male their home on Third Phone 3. : 2U Daytona, Flo.

- I are at home on Ocean Boulevard. Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Burgess arrived from from Bulow where she was visiting with Florida, of Henry Richards, the i. a\enue 1. .
I and Mrs. Indiana last and t ... .... .............. .. .......... .1
Potter Friday .
I, report a most enjoyable are pleasantly friends for some time. negro who murdered ll Deputy Sheriff .............

summer touring. Alfred Heath armed I located at Ocean Spray. Mesdames G. Thompson and E. T. j! \V. P. Edward Del.and A :New Star. .++*+**......... ; .
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l Monday with the doctor's touring car, j: Mr. and Mrs. A. F. rorter, fricnds \'f Conrad and Miss Molly Wilder, of Daytona At the ++wj +.................. !
which 1 j! Mr. and Mrs. A. 11 Branch who November I, a reward of $>.''I> will : regular meeting of Live .i
is a 4-cylinder, 1905 Cadillac. : spent i were the recentiitors to I
: last winter at their home among : be ) Oak Chapter Xo. Zi, O.) K: s.. held).) I l :
The Sountag Investment Co., and the arc now Q Holly Hill. I prom ply vaiL j I Daytona Transfer S Stable t .

E. L. Potter Co., have opened ofIiCin their way south and expect to sojourn Alfred Heath returned Monday night !J Sheriff R Turner offers :.fl'M;: )' ,I: Tuesday evening, Mrs.! I I. M I .lh"l' I j livery f ,

the old G. Johnson:!' residence on Ocean in the city the coming season. and says he had a fine time this um- of this reward and,) Uov. ISrmvard: bett, of Holly Hill w js initiated into. > f

I': boulevard. This building has been entirely Mr. and MID. I. Daugherty went to I mea. He was in charge of Dr. E. I. |j has offered $1.I;"O.. the myhterie* of the order in the C. E. JOHNSTON i
remodeled and DeLand Thursday for a week's v it with Potter's I Proprietor.
part of it con car during a tour from Chicago j ,
L S vetted into athletic club rooms, and well j I their daughter, Mrs. Kurtz.I to the east. ': Sheriff Turner has gotten out .1i presence eo f a goodly number of the :
S :. II. of cards the sisters and IJJdlj( r Mrs. I D II.r'r i I have tin best Livery in the f
fitted with punch bags and other pars I Rodgers, whohasbeui at home Alvin B. C. Davenport of Sharon, i j quantity offering re- city with white drivers -

:' phrenalia for physical exercises the I under Dr. Rawungs* treatment, returnedto Mass, armed Tuesday afternoon. Mr. ward and giving a good de..>cription 1 I'utter presided at the organ and) : familiar with all

: time to be used for the entertainment Ocala )(onday.Ir. Davenport pent the winter here four or of the negro, as follows: About 5 played a march at the completion ofI f roads.

; of the Clarendon guests as well as the ) and Mrs. Chas. II. Willson. of five years ago. lie expects:' his mother I the after which all i I
years old; 3; feet ti or 7 inches high; ceremony re-1 1 Look for the Silver
:". members of the baseball association I IS Binghampton, N. Y., have again opened Mrs. L. B. C. Davenjxjrt) to join him in''. dark, ginger-cake color; medium paired to the banquet hall where i Tipped Rigs.
which cornea later. their house for the winter at the corner the near future.
The workmen will be out of the Wilkinson I- of Seabreeze avenue and Palmetto Thos. Wetherell had a two-inch well I: build; weight about I 11"' pounds; : light refreshments were sened) and i 1 hone 27. Opposite Public School.

I cottage this week, and the steam street. put down south of his cottage, which he';' No. i . .....
.. fittcrs at the end of another week. The --
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Mrs. Jas. has when --
: Keenan, wife and daughter, rented to C. Kost. Ballough&; : i last seen; has pleasing apj> arranee ---

cottage is being hurried to completion I Mrs. Sherwood and little son, Wheeler, Melton did the work and secured a good ':' His father. Alexander Ilich-: jot the Birds. .******.*****. ..**.wwwWOM* Hrtiki *
; tcr the occtipany of W. A. McKewn, of f have arrived from flow of water of ktiHHHrtH ..***..*
Rockaway N. at a depth 142 feet.1
: i Beach ,: ards and his mother 1 live in Tampa. Win. Jackson Henry Titus andJ. : -
Xew
York N.
City, who with his family Y., and located '
are in their pleasant one time the casing broke through the> ERICKSON :
S will spend! the winter here. home on the river front purchased of I rock and decended several feet througha : : lIe has been in the employ of the D. Maley formed a successful S .

;i' Mr. Sonntag's; handsome touring car,I Mr. Parker last .veason. Mr. Keenan cavity or soft material.A Wilson Cypress ('(I on their pull- ( trio of hunters, out from the foreign : Cabinet MaKer. Wood
I Worker. :
Simplicity, armed from Jacksonville and family Lave been Binding their regular meeting of the town council :. boat on the St. Johns river! and has,; of last week until Tuesday of :

Saturday. winters in California for eight: or ten was held Wednesday night. '- a brother-in-law. Will Bethune. who this week among the sand hills Frloll1e \Ih'r anll'indo Greens made to order. : i
S William Jennicg. of New Milford, 1'&., I j years. Last winter he was induced "i :
I li expected to arrive here today, und'' friend to try Florida and Daytona bya Rev. Butter will conduct services at i& at present working on a run.boat ',r after quail of which they! boggs-h l l Cottage A\f nue, DAYTONA, FLA.IVture :

will spend the winter on Halifax avenue ':: Beach with suds satisfactory result thIs plate: Sunday afternoon at three ,' near Palatka. on the St. Johns river. ; ........ ................. *......***..... Jt .. "

,I I guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gillett. j i that he became a property owner and o'clock. All are cordially invited ;, lie also worked at Lakeland, FJa. 153.They had a tine time and greatly) .** .*** *.**

: '- Julius Young took a boat party e If'- is delighted with the climate and loca- j --- r He originally came from Sumpter : enjoyed the outing, although Ju-tn :.......................................
ladies I |I ...... .
te Port Orange for ... ..
a days outing |
tion.Geo. An intimate knowledge of the :and vicinity of Maysyille. S. C., 'Titus I had the misfortune to ls.e'inc .

.:_ : >Sr.eaterd, Mrs..y.Wattewon Mr. and, Jr.Mrs., Mrs.Watterson L rented. )W.'Iise Bcstor Ott's, of new Minneapolis cottage: in, has the building interests of this locality :j about five years ago 1 of his *."jC _' pair of !blacks:!, thp !i BUTLER WILSON & CO. REAL

i son's sister, Mrs. Baldwin, watter-I Ii course of construction la North Sea will ave you rainy anoyances, and --- -- -- horse entangling its tie rojt- and BSTATF .

.- dames Gillett, senior and breeze. perhaps extra costs. Le us advice Mansfield's Cn amery IlutteranJ strangling: itself while they were : Cottages for Sale or R nt. lIfr j
S rlrt
among those enjoying the (\( Mrs Freeman's putty new cottage is with you. It costs you notbinp.1; 'Purity Kutterme in one pound out of camp for, :a hm.t. tie second : 811\1 cd" l1f InsuraI1C.

I )Jr. Kochersperger arrived from CI.i.I' &uw recuvicg the f.nlsLIcg toutLes. Xvrmau S. Da v ton, Daytona. I blocks at I3in.hwood' Jay "cf their l : Phone :34, D.\\"TUX." HP.inn. FIt ..\.
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..t.t.t.t.t.t.i.iNt.t.t. I jlf you wear a "Howard Watch" A. G. Carter of Kingston went r W M. Hankins went to Barlow rI .-.....-.-.-..-.-..-.-..-.-..-.--..-.-.1-.....1.N.N........... -- -

: Local Paragraphs. : you'll never miss your train. You I to Hastings last Saturday to look I I Thursday,expecting to return today : STATE and COTASARENOY9 .s.
can always them at Clark's
get jew- after his interests there.
it.t.t.t.t...............: j property Miss Newell will entertain the : .
elry store.
None too early to have that Xmas I lie is considering moving to Hastings members of the Episcopal' SundaySchool Z { i.
with his family.I DOE{ !
Mr. and Mrs. John E. tee, of today at Ler cottage: : on the :
Rift put aside, others are doing it e .
Hoopeston, Ill., were among the arrivals -I and Mrs. J. B. Beecher arrived beach. .

JAIl why not you.goods"If engraved it's new free.we have I Friday of last week. ,|| last week from Brooklyn, N. Y., Mrs.( H. T. McClellan joined l Mr.t :. \\ e have a complete ropy SZ, r

Carl Saxon of is land I are located for the winter in McClellan of the Tax Roll for I
L. H. HOWE & Co.. The Jewelers Kingston, employed Thursday, at DeLand, : ..
in E. T. Pitcher's cigar factory -:1! their pleasant home on South Ridge- where he has been doing jury clllt). : Daytona Kingston

t;' Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Rieinan were I on North Beach street. I i I wood avenue, which Mr.I Been.her I They will return today. j i I
DeLand visitors this week. II I[: erected two years ago. Sea breeze An Iron that irons. A luxury to
fNunnally's Candies, weekly ship- 0ur candy department i is un- f women

- Mrs. Graham Thompson was a ments. IhvkiN: *, The Druggist. | :0. A. Hitch, Real Estate and equaled. T. F. CIRTIS & SON. Daytona Beach :: Sa"es.41: per cent tlf> time and 7":;
DeLand visitor several days this Rentals: Beach street near: Volusia ,
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week. R. N. Knox and family, of Hoops- avenue, telephone rlo' ,J. B. Moore and family came in Z anil adjoining properties)) j I per cent of fuel.

i ton, 111, arrived Friday of hut week Thursday! afternoon and are at their Z ; Ask your neighbor or
t8ar the Miss: Ellen Wiloox, enroute from and are prepared) to act as
e8 Novelty Man sells : W. H. TDMONDSON.Z .
and l are again at home on Myrtle winter home on the corner of Ridgewood :
everything in. fishing tackle.) avenue.D. Hoopeston, HI! to New Smyrna, and Orange avenues e. your agents in paying

" W. H. Gardiner and family who McLaren and family returned where stopped she over will from spend Friday the until winter Saturday -, JFor information regarding the f fOld taxes. Under the new 0. S. BURNETT,
arrived last week law you save 2 pr ct. by
are located at The Maids' : I
from their northern trip Friday of last week with Rev. and Mrs Convention apply to
Morgan for the season. home members of Church s paying in November, or Tailor.
last week and are again at at Dana Sherrill of Volusia avenue. Congregational

tJ,., Rev. A. J. Wilder has had a Daytona Beadi. I ('hoir.J J : 1 per cent. by paying in :
Mrs. Geo. F. Brown and daughter : Orders Taken for Royal Tailoring
garage erected for his automobile in See our line of fine meershaumpipes I :Miss\ Jessie, were the Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Bradford, of December. I,
the rear of the Guild Hall among ZZ Cleaning, Pressing, Altering and
on : at roun 's Pharmacy.Mr. : number who! came from the north Evanslon Ill, arrived Monday and !

f m Orange avenue. and Mrs. George S. Dane, of Friday of last week. They are occupying are occupying their home on Fairview : CONRAD REAL ESTATE CO. i, Repairing. for We Ladies call for and and Gentlemen -

\ e03TEOP.HlIy-Dr. J. C. Herman Springfield, Mass., arrived last Sat- their home at the corner olRidgewood avenue for the winter. :1N N...1.1.1........N..NNN1.NNNNN.......: deliver all goods.

. opposite The Gables, Volusia avenue. urday and are at their winter home and Second avenues. I Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Adams, of Albion I
Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.
i Mrs. M. A. Saxon, of Kingston, on Magnolia avenue. Buy the Cummer orange \box, I View, Tenn., are expected' to ..111......1.11 ..........11...11111.111.11..1111111.. Phone Xo. e.:

i was called to New Smyrna Monday The Matanzas, of St. Augustine; the l best box and costs you no more. arrive today. Mr. Adams will assistC. : THE
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I" by the illness of her daughter, Mrs( passed up the river last Saturday, I For sale by the Bond Lumber Co.. I A. Birch wool this winter :. PINE WOOD
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Rousseau at that place.Mr. heavily loaded with an assortment j I Special prices carload lots. :: :..." ?W.u.Tr.-IO live rats and mice : .

, and Mrs. H. C. Godman of of fruit from down river }points.tNew i T. F. Curtis A Son received lasttllrlay at the Animal n) within 10 das. : I

g Columbus, Ohio, armed Mondayand Will p pay :2J? ti :"i cents each..Mrs. 1
line of crockery and glassware 1! the missing counter of & HANAN I !l FOR SALE

i are occupying their residenceon just opene I up at Barnes' Novelty j their new soda fountain, the base r>f It. JI J. Quigg and two children :

Ridgewood avenue. j Store. I j which arrived some time ago. It armed Saturday and have been : I i

Leave your orders for Thanksgiving W. E. Blodgett and family, of I|, has been a very vexatious delay, but visiting their son and brother, IIE. : .. $2 and $2.50 a Strand

turkeys at Birch wood's. one not uncommon with many ship Qoigg, tn North Beach street. :
Fairbault, Minn., arrived Friday i delivered from Hutchin1
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__ (Quite a number of Daytonians of last week and are occupying their I('; ments of goods to this section I :Don't forget the Old Maid ConJ: :: ,
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left Monday afternoon for DeLandto winter home on Ridgewood avenue. For Rent: Orange near Ridge-: veiition Thanksgiving night. IfeadJ: : ISUO [ .1 Wood Yard, west of

attend the I j wood, bath laundry at Social Hall Prof. Pinkerton -
session of Circuit Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Price and son, six.room'Ottagl' quarters : railroad on Magnolia avenue. -

Court which convened Tuesday. John, arrived from Columbus Ohio, in basement, electric lights, and his. wonderful X Y. /. : I

new, furnished.. 1' r R.: BJNNHT.: : : tfKdmund machine. .
i : :
11 r. and Mrs. C. B. Coon, of Westerly the latter part of laEt week and are .

H. I., an ived last week and at their home on Orange avenue for !: Miller and wife, of U. T. McFadden. Clllt'lIl'1llli.i curio : .. I Hutchinson & Brittle.

are located in the .lolley house on the winter. I Rochester, 111, and Mrs.( Miller's( store for business! today. His overhead i Offers the ease of soft, pliable 1 leathers I --

Palmetto avenue (for the season. sister, Elizabeth High more, arrived and wall arrangement of shells .
Beautiful 1 l-room home for sale, : last week and are at home at the is a striking, one, sure to attract at : and the elegance of smart styles; made 1 IrN 3 ** i
two Halifax : :
M.s. M. Marsh and children, avenue, :Silver Beach. Bar- ,corner of Palmetto avenue and tention. : I H. rkGn"I. |
of DeLand, were the guests of Mr. gain. T. I". FlTZt.tlMlli.; .
and Mrs. II. V. liracey, on South I Cedar street. Miss Highmoro willspend Mrs. W. II. Gregg arrived' from : permanent by the very best material !
Miss T. A. Russell who -onducts I
the winter I
with Mr and Mis.
(Beach street Saturday and Sunday.Mrs. the Ladies' Furnishing store in the I Miller. Cincinnati, the forepart of the week .1 and skilled I._ OPTICIAN. II t f
workmanship.
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and will spend the winter with her is
N. \V. McClellan( and children Roxby building during the winter I I is h
i cFouS; \.ir Two and (three year daughter Mrs. I I. M. Murray, on : ::
left arrived the latter of last II
Saturday to join Mr. Mo season, [part
i old citrus stock Point Hay street. : II .
at
Clellan at DeLaqd, where for the week from Syracuse, N. V. nursery I :
I I Grove !Price reasonable.' Feel ANTHONY BROS. I 1: i I
present they will make their home. Carl teuerllo) with -'We carry a full line of Smokers'go : n .:
was tLt'1 I Nordman. pioprietor :!4tI .ds. T. F. Cl...RTIS A u\. : Ii j! Eyes Examined Free. f II

tUse Bethejoda ginger ale, sold Miller-Strohm (Company last Ot'o. II. Clark rtxtivcd (last week 1111.....................1..1./11/11...1.11....11.. 'n n
Young's Pharmacy. is again in the city, having arrived I Mrs.( Kie Foe Crenshaw entertained !: At nark's Jewelry Store. .:

Mrs. J. II. Douglas, who accompanied (last week. Mr. Steuber spent the I la vxivfiiir rate of fifty-three of dozen Daytona ) a number of ladies at cards, .................111.....1..........................., i I:1: ;
summer at Cumberland, Mil.cDr. I plates English: manufacture Thursday afternoon, at her home, : ==::NN:::::N.:=::::::.,
her aunt, Mrs. Vit.tor"il- HALIFAX
which beautifully : ------ ------
I I are very corner Live Oak and Palmetto avenue : i
laume to this city last w'k. ) Wra. Waggoner, Homeo >athic -
returned | designed. A picture of the big !; : LIVERY AND TRANSFER CO. i P. B. DOBBINS
to her home at Jacksonville physician and will IK
surgeon
I tree forms the center piece anti thisis :: JAMES RIX Manager. ,
Monday. located at his residence on Palmetto C. ii. Keeler for a number of : :
I : surrounded 'by a numlwr' of other Plmetoni, GUN AND LOCKSMITH.
: itrrliift-* Surrey Top liugilrt
Drew II. Jordan, who has been at avenue three doors south of Congrt- views or D.ijtoriu and vicinityVhy winters city editor of tll..llalifa, and UuUnrTlreJluiialiouM.Burn .: Gt'nf'rall'f'pairing, key fitting saw fil
gational church about Dec. 10th. tfjJ. l .Journal, arrived, with Mrs Keeler, :: meet all trains. Uaggag Hauled ing. Trunks, valise, umbrellas and
Fort Pierce (or some time, returned ':'\ 1wtY i remit? (*o/y :r;-ra mot : <'.rrlftl'( Paint "Shop I In 4'onnertlonThoim parasols repaired and recovered. Badges
and will
heretofore
recently and is again in the J. 1 11. Potter and daughter, Miss'i Wednesday as lla.On i Checks and tags. HuLLer stamps and
employof furnished cottage on Palmetto, :1'J! represent that jiajier. .i............................................NNN.. official seals. ::.South: Uearh street ,
McClellan A. Edwards! at their Amelia, of Westerly, II. I arrived I blocks from postollice, large lot, I ---- ,- Daytona, Ho.

novelty works.tLnwney's Tuesday afternoon and are at their elec'trie t lights and water in house. Anton Maass recently completedthe .1.11....11.1..1..............1.11.................. ---- --------
Candies. home corner Ridgewood and Volusia '' Bargain at x'l'l'M:! if sold quickly. I painting of Mania f Smith's I residence : A full line of

Ih\ki\9 The Druggist. avenues. They were accompaniedby I'[ Un\,", The Real Estate Man. on the peninsula at Ormond :: TWO BARGAINS i I

.y Harris W. Taylor who will remain and is now giving The Glenn on :: .
G. L. Johnson, proprietor of the with Mr. Potter during the j I The High School Parlimcntary North Heath street a fresh coat ofpaint. :: .- Six: Komi Hou-e with : bicycle livery on North Beach winter. Club held a very pleasant session 'lite: coiner I..t. 1I"; feet on I'ldgeuiHxl by l 2V) feet flood; fence. I.arge .
last : grape| vine, a iminInT hf IM'adl trees grist I Ijeareix. A g'IIII'l (tome ror.n,1' :
afternoon of week
street was called to Cocoa Monday( Friday at
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'The Cummer Lumber Go's : on- .
I Teddy Bear Iiooks at Clark'sstationery
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by the illness of his mother who store.C. which an interesting literary program orange boxes bold} by the Bond Lumber : One 1 Five l If.: ..m,
died the following morning.Mrs. I II I I was rendered. I R..Johnson and mother, Mrs. ( of \ oitnrsere present. The; Tlie' >.e places in Kingston just north of I D.ivtona IMMN; Graded; : r
Asa Paine and children last : I
'ial in carload lots. 2.T-5!: ; :
prices .
J. II. Johnson arrived club i is holding these meetings :o.IlI..l.! V riinti and Pobtoflire near liy.
I Monday night
the week family joined who the had other preceded members them of from Wawasee, Ind., and I joined J. II II'I I every alternate Friday afternoon. S. T. Bennett, a son of Captain : Cull on 01 \\tiliH. :. and Ranges.

to Daytona. Mr. Paine joined them I'I H. Johnson, who has been here for 'I 1 fThe members Live Oak Chapter and Mrs. Bennett of this city, was : T. MCCLELLAN, :. 1
i several weeks getting the Grand At- married Nov. (0 i to Miss Sadie Pittee, :
Order of the Eastern Star will
here Wednesday coming by way r>f : :: Kingston or Daytona I'loriJa. :
lantic ready for the winter s'a'ilm.1 of Boston, at the home of the bride's : Also the
New York. give a t'Engl.lnl supper at the ...................................................: f new
J. II. Johnson, Sr., is now east, but : Masonic (Hall, Orange avenue, Friday mother in that city. Mr. and I Mrs.

cCall and see my new line of imported will probably join the family: here. Nov. 22nd? from, .Y.'JO;:: ) to 7Su.European : Bennett will make their home in Perfection Blue
linens and silk hose. Osie later. I Bf ton. ************************** **************************
Foye Crenshaw corner Palmettoand plan. I r 2 Horse Power Pumping Engine J

Live Oak avenues. 2;-?:t jFurnished: cottages and apartments Geo. E:, Sebring and,1 family ar-I!'i 'The last of t the Congregational : Flame Oil Stoves.

;, for rent. All sires, prices rived) Friday of last week and. are Church Calendar Teas will l he gin'uI { A BARGAIN J

r Mrs. C. E. Starr, having rented land j' locations, from $14"I e
her residence at Daytona Beach, departed -i I JKMT season. home on South Ridgewoed: a\'eI1l1e.1 Hall, from(: "' to XII:: P p. m There $ 8inghamMaleyCo.
used by and is in, per5feet
Tuesday for her old home in t HIDi'", The Real: Estate Man : Without doubt \l Ir. Sebring has the will 'lx a musical program in the t us )

Kentucky where she will spend (the most iM-autiful! home in Davtona) The I veiling, beginning nt 7iO: ,,'. ]1.s'k.iveryboly running: order. All the FURNITURE UNDERTAKINGSEABOARD
j C. M. Christy t and family arrived
holidays and then join a sister in flowers and.I shruhbery surrounding I (: invited. hinall parts han been re-*
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California for the winter. Tuesday and are occupying placed., KKK( ) I
I the place are exquisite, due to the Capacity gallons -:
|handsome winter home on North t Mr and Mrs A. E. :Shanks; who
careful attention of W. \\'. teduith hour. Has
:+::See Barnes, the Novelty Man, Ridgewood avenue, in which sane were recently married at West :Sut-" i per pulley

for souvenir post cards, fine assortment i alterations had been made and a For Jt'nt-: ;-room house, furnished tOil, Mass., arrived here Friday night : for power. *. Air Line Railway.

and new ones arriving daily. I J I number of conveniences added: Burling -. : on S. Palmetto avenue. All modern of last week, and 1 have rented a ,, : STAPLE &: CUTTLN 1. Central Auto (iarare. Phone Z<> :: : Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Sou-

:Mrs. M. Sanborn writes the Ga. i their summer's absence. They conveniences. Apply agents, or house on the corner of Magnolia avenue i.<....................... ........ "f"W4.r4ff1. them Pines, Ilaliegli, Iichmon? l,

from Rock Island, 111. j were accompanied by Mrs. (Christy C. -I. Meting I Box 117, Daytona. tf and Baker street, of George E.1 j Washington, Baltimore Plnlaleli -

zette-News ''sister. Mrs. ]Harding.i Walton, .Ir. i I.<...........................1.1.1111111.......... .... I < >liia, New York.
under date of Nov. 9, that the Mrs. II. A. Bernard and I Miss L. : .

weather was cold with frost nearly i: FoiiSuK: -One first class cash I Blakeslce have rented their properties t'fry a glass of pure fruit syrups i : ; ri

every morning, making her long for register in perfect condition at one- I at Seabreee and will spend the sod.i drawn from the sanitary fountain !I 1 Two Elegant Trains Daily

beautiful Daytona. I half cost at Barnes' Novelty Store. winter on this side of the river, at T. F. Curtis A Son's. [I.: ASK ABOUT NO. 8 I: Seaboard( Express:
eo
having a suite of rooms in the Daytona C. C. Mellor and son, Arthur D, '! : Seaboard A\ail
Don't forget the Bond Lumber I llutchinson & Brittle (have been .
Co., sell the Cummer orange box. busy this week delivering palmetto apartment house on Palmetto of Pittsburg, arrived Wednesday. | ..: \1't-lf'rn Pullman Equipment
| avenue. Mrs. Bernard will again :Mebsrs.[ Mellor( precede! the other ; .<.................................................... .
:Special' prices in carload lots. 23.1The ?: : logs on the river front at the foot of ----- -
have her office in R. L. Smith's real
members of the family in order to -
Bay street for a new dock whichMelton JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINE
Evangelical churches of Daytona [ estate office during the winter. complete the for their !
& Cameron are to put in for i arrangements i .************************* ************************** .NORFOLKA..
will unite in a Thanksgivingservice reception in the handsome winter'! .
Thomas Goodall, at Daytona Beach. i F"R RENT:! -.1;-room cottage one
at the First Baptist church home just being complete l nn'' Cabinet and Repair Shop : Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily t:tt
The ne\r dock will replace the present block west of Ridgewood on Magnolia -
Thanksgiving morning at 10:30: which will be taken 15: South Ridgewood avenue. '! J It For full Information and deeper refer* I
out Apply at
one en- avenue. Furniture Uepainng: Mattresses Repaired: and made a. lr.ll'r.y f'
- o'clock. Rev. D. H. Rutter of the :: 1 vatiocs call on any ant of S aboar'l' or
tirely and nothing but new material Palmetto. 24-2t For Rent or Sale.-My home cur i i handle theelelrated Osterm'j. Mattress'" and solicit your ..., write t', t

First M. E. church will preach the used. i George :Severson, of Sheldon, N. Ridgewootl and and avenue. 1 Every i( *. 'rder for first-class work.s"range ave Hit IVrkMk. : .-. C. EOYLSTO.V. JR.

sermon. and furnished '' W. G. HOBBS. :; .b-.I.Lnt; General rassecjT: Aj"nt,
|A full line of Hudunt'perfumes D, arrived last: week and i is assist- improvement com- :
For Rentals see Norman S. Day- at Young's Pharmacy. I ing A. P. Robert Son of North plete. First-class piano for sale *,>ICasvt1CCCCCCCvervear+rrtss.vt. *rt1131.*****.**.+Immveprrrrve>r.trtr* Jacksoavlile, Fla.

ton Real Estate Agency W. H. Ed- Beach street with their blackmith theap Gio.: H. LI own.. tfW. _
I II
mondson Manager, first door south J. F. Trout of Grand Rapids:., and work. Mr. Se- -..1.......*.....*.....*.............4.......1.NN1 i.. THE HNESTBATHS
of I carriage repair C. Cannon, of DeLand. Las : :
arrived Thursday night .
Mich. .
of postoffice. tf : Open all ilictvar s.'" 'n Furnl>l.l r t. lien: N .rth..rn Ta i i I.
Trout \'l'rson is an excellent mechanic and purchased the Haigh livery at :Sea- : : T-rm-f :.. |l" p. i ..-..k. CThe
and Mrs.I
last week joined 7 \
breeze, through the Butler, Wilson .
- all-round) workman and Messrs.
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is good LI.I.A ;.f.KNN: I'ropneu 4 I
The attention of business men
him here Saturday afternoon. Mr. Co. real and leaded : GlennIP. ..
Robert greatly pleased at having A estate agency al;:r\. ivad. .or.. nayt na, I iu <
called to the fact that city licensetax Trout, as is usually his custom, are the stables for a year. The busi \ : ON EARTH
is due and must be paid within brought a party of Grand Rapids I secured his services, which assures ness will be run in connection with : Centrally' orated Facing the Halifax Kiv: 'r. : I F uH MI.X: AND WOMEN 2'jc

the next ten days. It is not the people south with him. The partyat their turning out anything in their the Breakers' livery under the management .: With (mating and') Fishing almost at the i).-",r. f.

i! line both speedilv and satisfactorily. of A. :S" Randall iNN .......... LILY WATER
collector's business to call on you, the start consisted of twenty !I Ir' .1.1NNN.......1.1N.....INNN 1 1 .
The &>t U ur f r Tate c.
but for your own goal don't forget members, but at Jacksonville they JJF E S\LK-My; place on North f Tor anything in rough ---- --- -------

to call on him. divided ten of the number going to | (Ridgewood, !512 ft. frontage, 7-room lumber get prices from ELECTRIC LIGHT

SchraftVs chocolates and St. Petersburg and the other ten 'house, flowing well, l bearing fruit the Yolusia Lumber and PLANTt
tEat
News of fe
Fine I Job at Gazette.
bonbons, sold by Young's Phar coming on to Daytona with Mr. I trees, grape vines, etc, at a bargain, Naval l Stores Co., Oak Printing J

Trout. 25-Ct F. H BJGLE, Holly HilL Hill Florida-
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If You M tie BEST'HUHi WRAPS Ask for HUMAN ; THAT'S ALLDon't .: Legal l Notices .: 0 iTY i

wonder: tih n rome other chap:
Does tI.nlf; vd newer de.Don't .o. ..l. ltIffl.ltBTin ..
marv,'I ..1 the blundering .1'0 Stables. I
. Each morning hall renew; : neE. | livery and Transfer

: \4N1'iEt Don't puzzler over ugly: train (pi.oplo ..{ Dajtoiui, Iloiida. 're :,
That other folks display
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hereby notified that and after Nov.4th Oak
on ; and Live a\"e.
Don't IIIour.Ir be scandalized:
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1 to atikt N't' 1 / U tttl s n L Ir'r 0 r l4 i k w'. It 1Ee q t n 4 :R A e c L tr )1t T Ia q 1b Hut anything they say: 1907 the wages of the painters ofi I i : H.jl'+ meet all tram* J hone U C,r. Palmetto j
a i ..a t R Ytt. i. W 1to }I r K +" LI a .r .1 ,a:0, .oa' li e ta t. u r t ii + trot te a +i I Local> Uni)n No. 10SS Brotherhood oC.
td,1tx Qi.ar.irlitaOrt.rli-e r a Rld'hAt9' =:e r K A' -, f t tt #{ C i r t 7t Rff n ttt'b: +It;' rjaF L ,t tr'I 4 3I A II Dun't ask for explanations when Painters, Decorator and Paper Hangers 1! : BLACKSMITHINQ' AND REPAIRING |
aR AkataeS/:- eA.e qr'h xacq"air R C; \AA ,, 3Rl1' Rtt II I You fail to comprehend; o.ltncricanill !I.*' $3..".0 titer day <>f
R yttA C R .t r Don t ask them of an enemy; hours. .
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I"on't uk them c>f a friend; *Slioeinff.)
eclcAyig I t. H. HOLLAND. Use. Sec. Tnintinj,' and 1 [ :
a .a Y tr fi k )t1' w' ,it t n >< { rt / L e ( .
< l t ,t 1 c YiC t : 1 rcd.rUuLar eM I L}h Dt'net k-t yourself be 'orrkodfhon1JW. HEUM. SCH11AO. Iln. S<'c.CIIAKLES > '-
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) 1 .4ir. s; o a i / stumM don't be sure. hOST Pros. : FOYE. Proprietor.
IWf tIltrr rrr; + to it G. A. Z
s t IK 7r d >G* qt 411 t R1t5 ,. atilt i ALIi iv.. re simply human ...brings and ___- _n .

4f a'Ic% .__tIr_ P I td 1 dt a a f, ;I r ,- 1li0arLt qoltS7.s. nKM.re PRfLlsre rartttC.a trr Iritj .rut b r ; r: 'tt.tieg a gat nor t7 "." .11 find- us nothing more.Birmingham Age-Htrall.. first pot,. 0<-1. .", I last pub. Nov. 23.: :N.1.NNL........................._....._..NHN-- ... -
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3 t a #+Cl B t t a !!1> 4 h.- F tc fl 1) R M t inn r ( tl = t) !!, r Ti Jennie 15. Adanu and ll> .- Miilan.. '
r n s t fhii t t: to l-alt a e lay a e 1 !
4 $ ai ; You are hf'n-l.y required t.. ar>|e.ir to'the
E +a nit!( <>f TonipUint file.lhrminaain-t I Have Made

tnt +$, e g Z n m f'Jt tt t taa, u;+t eta, I[ you in the above -ntitle l caiisr: ..n <>r.
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r s e GNN 1Y1tin iipmF t as aiotha ttt'+L..rllay Tr.dr N.rh 191x7. The Daytona ( az"UcC1oi": i
hereby: ile>iguat ofTheir
r I which thi-i ordtT shall b- pnhhahwf A Reputation
J Cle) Best ana most economical to Use once \\f'f.k for eight consecutive w -kp. ,, -
Witness f
r my hand and! sal of o Iir" _
j tin- :'ml day it f October .\. I D. 1! (07. '
r r LOOK FOR THE L ABEL- THE JAPANESE GIRL IN "rl' i il .SAM'L. II. JOJH.\\: : f'Io rk.FIT7iiIC.11.1) i Own.
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, R. S. AULEY 1 Daytona, (0. A. i DRIfKA) I cS: CO., DeLand, i i 'Pother. and by \ iit'if .SALE..f an ,. i nii"H ; The smvf>s of the San Mateo Cigar is one of i

LJ 'I i Laud out of amt under tin-. eat "f f the the greater 111dtitrial triumphs of the East Coast .
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.. Circtit Court for Y..III-ia '"11I11" I ll..r- )
IRELAND & ;McCALL, New Siii. rna. S t.v I.. i .tl .\ .111 needn't. lie ('tun- i iiia in auit: IH'inline!!: IIIa'.1: 'Court inci the] freeze.
iii lei round II."T,- im'ni rc tellin ae jer ; nlicrrin .\. .\. KU'iM.n: i- < ''niipliinaiit.' : I j
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--- loves inv: 1'011( yer suppose I know and t;< ,). P. J..IIII-"fI: m- .i< fi-txiant. I |
I dat runic U-vu lettin' that nancy girl I hate levittl I tixm| as the pn>|H-rty ,-t the Mu'le! farm the .IaOH.'t..t growths of h.1JK't'O that the peninuKi -

x 3 .". C Why! not ha\e yotir own chew w.rk--New)our pepsin YorkVorliL) gum the whole! said auction l tk-fcndaut to the ,highest and !will and-oil i>c.-t:it: bidder public! .... of h FIi/ri!a ami.!tin Island of Cnl\ <*n piwlwe. and wrapKM -

FIREi; PROTECTIONby for cash in front of the court |M>IH.- [ with the rich silky' l leaf grown on East Coast plantations,

installing this self-contain- He !'I..",...1 Tlirin. door fiat Monday at I Vl'and.in I Ikdrmler in said ""unt"n.\. "I D. 11t.1! tin);. I the rigar inilnstry of the worM lias neverpralncetl! letter gorxls. i

"I want to .kiH,"';' mid the attorney teeing the .-"'otnd day of :-.dd !month
ed Pumping Outfit. If you w,r for the plaintiff( who was trots e'saniK : during the legal hours of sal'for cliUK I': For !sale i>y ail the leading hotels and clubs and'l>y the1'nion

--- -- -- -- inin[ the witness "ju t what: the defendant following/ dcscriltcd real I state to- rain Florida.
have: any doubts of[ the protection -- -- News: r'tI1IIJaft| on every I entering I
OVERSHrlEWD LAWYERS. said when my client t .M him wit-I Hs iehtcen: and nineteen in
;. it will afford in addition he was a bigamist: and that the fact block three. Urush and Stewart, :sulxliviion i- 'J'weiity J sixes tyle] anti grades to :select] from.

i !? to pumping the water for all Who Mere Defeated t>, Vii.e..e. had lieen f"uwl.ut." .>.f N-ahn'f'zt' in"ohl-ia coiintv.Florida. ,

other purposes call at t the Tbrooah Their U"n \% ...l..n". lie tlidu't tar anything," answered laid property| will }lj<' -.Id t-> -..itifyf 1 mK'SAI.i)I : I5Y ALL 1 I11'ALl'hS.>l '
Overshrewd lawyers often funii.hfiie'.r the witneV1L ''*. ,
!"I t1"x''f'ution. interest
tr ofJOE and co ttliereon. t pr'>-
shops I adversaries 'with weai">n<. "I'H "\\ what did be a uY' m'dirlt' J. 1 I.Trn\III! : :!:. I \ Its. I Ilaflllfaf'tIlrt'.1
OSBORNH, you see this tree that La* l 10\11 mt'J- "lie act tl kind o' hasty." Sheriff; Voiusii County Florida.I .
i, Honed I I'j the roadsid y nn advwute! "I 1 want t.> know exsetlj lnd\f beact S. W. ROWLEY SAN HATEO:
the plumber who will demonstrate .- .** FLORIDAr
Inquired.! V I mot anti l Fur Sal. cards fnr f..
F with one in operation. "Ves. sir; I saw it very i-laiuly.: sots
; ..It was con"plc ou*. thoii':" tale[ at taw! office. b1su1+ kkkl\Jj' I I Iallal Ai tauaul'I

i. The witness sceiueil |puzzled l by tlit The w itue' '* suddenly! resHlie vver, 1I 1- -- -- -- -- .
*********************** ** a---5-* new word. lie repeated las fwniitT a* prat"(lM' I the attunes ly the( bair I Low tides for ember. !

{ : I portion. threw him down on the flnor aiat lx> I .\. )f. 1'. M r.I r.
s; | GEO. P. JOHNSONA "l "What i II the difference.ncdred tb e ccrLvllu litinin him.Ttit .
} I."' Iftwwn plain .in-1 ..vrr.apbuoust' is the way IM ........" he said, XUI.. 9:11 9-JU'
'er. "till the oilier fellows iuterfereil. S.04..e I X.,,, 2....... .......... ......... 10:2 10:1: Norman S. Dayton

}- I CONTRACTOR BUILDER nut lie was hoi"t with his wwu |'f of you tliajx pull lue off. will you?" Nov 3 .... :It:. 11:11
tart!. The witness innooontly annwenp.l. It was tonsil on the lawyer I hot it I X.,v I .i 2Ar _

'. it "1 can t>l'C you plainly sir. amou;: tlw won the east fur him. -<1iieap) Trib i NovNov -t %: |*:SJ
t C DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA. J other lawyers though; yow are not a hit une. I I Ii 1:80: + IJi) REAL ESTATE.
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: : 'I con"i>Icuous." Nov ':U :?::22: :

; Estimates: Furnished] on Short :.Notice. la another Instaucc a Mow directedagainst waileJ Ja fifteen. 1'o..ihle."I niinntr". ou the crtivr I N n8._. -!::?'J :II.i {

I i ; recoiled.the character of a witness for for a car this nHHuinjr." saM the i Nov 9. 3A; Us' < '.Tf nl( |"IM'rly.| 1st duor south: of |Is .stoflirp. \\'. H. EDMOXDSOX .

t # cibly of the landlady a. >M' j-vnn-.I the t.... "anJ : Nov 10 .......... ?.?......_ 43 4:35 : : Manaeer, Daytonn. I'la. .I'l.ins, Kstimates: antisnpcrinten'len.d'
"You the
In ><
were company
All work done in ] first-class] *
t a :strictly =" manner. l'people he was asked. when one dually cane al"H g the NOT ... &m ;harshSov : Liitnltor yard. Magnolia Avenue and

< i..* "Of two friends !Ir." tonuua w.rtiHu't .tot> for Die." 11IO-1 12 ..::6 7 :55 I F. I K. l'. Hallway.: 1'hoars at oflW, yard and I residonct!
f ;,. It. Triends! Two thieves, I sui,ose "lla.l: lit' veer l>oane.l borer a. Nor 13... 7:19 wail
it the man At the iedat extremity of theniahir ,,
k t *************************** ************************** you mean. I Nov 14 ".i:30 9:31i I
... "That may be so," was the dry re ::any. I I.t [ Nov 15. :. > IO.02I0l

.-......-.- .-..-.-...-...........-.-..- .-..... .. .. ............. tort. "They are both lawyers." laud"\)..dy.that:"Why I know.1"! rrf.akT" n i l li t'lJ the I Nov: Hj.|::.Tfi : : I i ....................................................
i The blow that the effect of ; yon
destroys Xu 17. .II :30 II 10 I i iI : E:,'nb11. -h.dtrnr" .
an adverse examination! i u wcawitallymore "Ob; n i li .I the other as he < ? : nr rlra- nr Might ): InrhmerylhPPxsl.: :
t : Ask rthe Bread | the result of accident than of con- uvd to saw at his t.h>tk.hI 'UtlltlD-1( :N nIS.??.12W ........ :

hdou.effort In a trial nut 1._MI:: au; a 1..rb..I's (me recognized you atilt dirt.'t I Nov 19........_ .. ..........12:35 1 1:111: ,1 IHRTABLESAW -
t want tj t l mr.l his car.-"hk'ao' ) Nov .... : MILL OUTFITS i
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with the of very simple witness was In the box: you ; 103; I : I'My I I'. .\
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stamp
f' : and after going through 1&1. ordeal wa* New*. Nov : 1 :-i.i: .: ; t '. -__ -..- : \ sts the i..-..,t on md. Kogloeff: .
.0tV ready to retire. Ono in,>,,tlon remained Nov ::!.......? 2:25; :J.oa t-':. "' $ ana Hollers, wad .11 kinds ofi .
In II.r..I.. llriilon."What's .. b
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( 1 1 Igtalllkwfhl "Xow.: Mr. -. has not an attempt trot thins reader wlrkh1Ol.k5 Nov 23.. 3.-03 ;itd::, I : 5->'' ____.... tnlll working supplies.machinery We carry and a .:
lalmO ) i NOT :1.. .
Daytona Bakery i I like a UirinT'p' *)>IT" sai.1 the 3:3.1:1': : ; I large stock and ran make .
been made Induce the
; to you to tell i
arctic capkucr.e NOT 23..? 4:14 I dv : hn.Mutilate tblpment.ir :
court a different! story': i
1 "That;' said the .t-ienti>t of the cx- I Nov 2*.._. 4.V tl tlti! : f-r ...
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\ different story ti. what l.luvtoltlstrY' : y 1111 iilu.-trutcd catalogues. We
Itt: itlou. "i* only a frozen' rainbow" Nov 27....... 5:15NOT : ';'33jVl' f. can save you money. .
i
tHill.lf t t. :nt carried in flock
H. E. QUIQQ. :: "\,.' Isltuotsor;; "Alas" exclaimed the chief explorer, 28.... .. .;:I3 ;'::!.)1! *: Address all letters to :
"I took it for the north hole anti was Nov I' .\\ALSBC01'PANY\ 41 South Forstth 5trect, .
"Yes, sir. : 7:45 :I 1 ATLANTA

i'. hJi'>; Proprietor. .:1 wio"Upon the 100'r.'n"your oath III'e! I who demand hare tJ atteraptIdlthIv" >> kaow- to algal it and to go sng.e home."Yout !o-t ;that* we tie the Gas; ,.' \ov3rt.... >. W! .1 ............................, ...........OEOROIA.............:. !"

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\ forget.; said the edentM, "that -
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i .......... ...... ..................................... \Vfll.. sir, ,..ou'\"t. tried as hard as Atlanta we ate the Constitution."Our flag for dinner. ye, tordayr: J. T. LONGCIIOIC I Iir

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t ...........N.........9999999999To I', ,,'
1 senseo f U..I.ud.
It eiKl.il I the exaniinati--UtwhesterHerald.

'f the I !. that I am f'Ol1".tttion Dot perfectly never sure does iright.anything." Ia
Jamestown via { MEATS

I I Exposition Ix'inu'TrjIiiK: unable t<.to>l fitul krmrtiii a seat*.In tlwcrowded sail"How Mr.can 1'u*you tin Stas.toe ssore'r" ; :' 1r.; 'EXPRESS .f

car. the partly tUttm had gun C -\Ve have a tine staff of lawyersLireJ 1 PREPAID ; .
to deraon&trate that anything; xve of All Kinds.i .
into' he smirking aid down
; ; ear : wit
Atlantic I II near the door. want to d.> I Ii all ri/rltt.-\VasbinstonStar. : : fWi.A9fl

:1 Coast Line. Tbc mail sitting; next t,( ,bt-r. ah swrbiM --- i will \k- p I i. il.i.; I'm. I i n ,! j,1.! :

I lu his newspaper kept ou Fuxtklnjr.
I I I "I was foolish! vnoujh; to PUM"O-O." Like a M In.ynilo. an-! v.i -;' i"' }L.. ,* .ih'.i\-. ii h.ii.il,) ,rEato. p1L111
' t I'atience-Tliat >(li j..sItow remindsiwe y 1
oj ; People] all over Florida, sec thetJantil" Coa-t Line "Purph- I she said glowering at him "tliat *OHJ* of a nios iuito.1'atrice COM II,' i I I.. : ', ", ,i'i,1'.:,' .llId l l I..I.it \ '
II of the men In hero nt l*>,at were )jen-

Folder for schedules to the JaniObtoun Kxixfeition. I tlomcn.'' : -A\"hy, WrtIt'it01ou''ly fun' t ""I, >' !I""' I I '. I I z. t't'I
ny
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"I'ardou
uie. madam; lie answered, I
; Two daily trains each ratlencc--Well, she t.Wes. She Cue* 1 ((0 II ,
w
way with through Pullman Lttffet sltMtv't Politely offcrins; her hl< cigar case.Chlcaco -- 1 DELIVERED
t Tribune. rifrht on sining.11; \tiK1' i..ople talk: ; fOR
i i ing cars II nr not> .-1"Ofll.f'tJ Statesman. 60 YEARS'EXPERIENCE 1 Plt t,
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V K ,
$12
: l'I.ln, aafrtr.
f 1 Season sixty days and fifteen days limit excursion ti..J.f'ls..n II!I I'olioe Magi-itrnte(: ; Thirty days Hi nest ..f I'r.M.f.friend ar. t 'd ,
I the works for 111-; ; Yoor l"rifct h.i- n!
I : "/IUi ;
t sale daily from April} 19th to Nov. ./>tli at low rates. Catch: excursions !i I'rl""n.'r-r:1inl au' thut d, Ite partytough. idea that lee knows a wbok k>t. i I CflA s. BLUM & j

f at very low rate I I'flt01110): y.>/ sty if t."all; y.-x an ..Id Test? way lamenting; the fact that he knurso ; -,* j 1'\1101'; r.KKWlXi: ro
; I r..l.v: :Mitixtr.itc-; add tfii day* little. I -k TRACE MARKS i Blue Ribbon i Beer
l For rates Pullman reservations'; and all detailed information, I to ,'"ur ....'iiteii.f.IYNo.iT I);?gs--Well that i'rove< my stat DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS &C.Atoer4lnaa' and Lewis 66 Whiskey

write or call ont : lHu.rrthlo Oi'll tnent-tlilcago; New dn..erl,--. I.
:; not tmsC I
Bayit. :
.' .IV fUI'.ne1 glee. w\\... --r ... ; .."......... .- IArI,50\171LE. FI.\
Mi'll .uly think it. Ivtr-.it Tilt ... ...
t '1 I la .Ianre f- t .....
t r 1111"' A \\ 4trno u.#. i ';.,.p". .'Iy .,,. .si. ";Boot "..I...'..ttlset : ----........... ....!...
FRANK C. i Eskimo Suitor-Yea. my h ve. I !ii\i: Tl--t; q i I.U.-I: : 1,1 t'T ..' SI rr't.rii5Pal-. :*:' 1 n-l'.T.-
BOYLSTON ,
njr .fl w-'h otcl I" Wtl.fl MALLORY
Ire t : t .ice. :
1.:1".1 Drdartlon. ten sleds" fifty cl.>gt<. a hnwlre ton "fMnUliT. : a r
Scientific fliticrican.ltr
and I
t. i j District I augergent. Atlantic ... 1 Her \\oudcr why it is hit a bigcail .
I ; C r.-a Linn. .
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I'a llsklnto Aurora, tell that. .
I' \ i : lliOon 1I'1III\:: It ,n :a I lift{. wfr'! : : ,A.t:,'", I'', p'n..tra'pt. ", '" 1 '-.Pt.. .plr. .- LINES 't/I i
r : 'I.
man to Mop let tin off wr niiifh I.t II' .. I .... .
i I l .IAt KSoNVii.l.i:. FI.\| : troop I 11"11" Lrnv. 11111..:" it'I I I... ::: I Yp'r :. ... .11. 1 110.1 r. h.. ...
air. I'm afraid 'he'll 4.tlt thct 'ii'"isi. -
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= N i .....999999ft I :. :.1 Detroit Ti ,!>trip, .:.c d'-tti.e. '"::. f \\ ...bz-il' .n. 0.t.I PASSENGER-EXPRESS "I

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DR.MILES' ANTI-PAIN PILLS \ If haveHeadache t : Xo o\ KUrKoU'DLVi:" (:.. ;

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Important \TIIWMIMS \m: I'CorrlnI.I'H.; : .\TEJ.n; ) : t;

: FOR : ;1 l-, ii-im.r..f: ) Lrth..err: 1 "";7'.""nl,!.w, a" "" tl*>.c.t" 't III he 'If M to exceed S'snug .:

I ;all (.a.IIICI'r.. :,:, : ,....&, ewttg'cn' uci. of pining 1111linBatnuti tn-
Try OneNEURALGIA t 1''X:'1'1.C: 1.I\\"r: : J.\('I''OX\1I.I.I) attention.
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r hip. in I'lorida) Tin
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SCIATICA. They Relieve Pain r"' ritoft! | X. r "- I 1nta. Poi full Information
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\RHEUMATISM..BACKACHE. 7 Quickly leaving no F. JI. 'IRONMONGER

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Aft er-effects .IL'('J riO l'arrrnt;:' .\II"DI Jad''IJ11'ilfp'norl" )."".. :
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TAKE 25 Doses ;
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STOMACH.jSlEEPLESSNESS. f of. t the. LWIe Tablets 25 Cents .:' : Daytona Ice Company, ?:

11c ice. A :
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:z I wlt, AND THE RAIN is GONE Never Sold in Bulk ), PURE ICE

., I Made from Distilled .
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