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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 23, 1907
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Vol. 19, No. 26 Oett Evtrvwktrt.! Rcachc All CUuct. Daytona Saturday, November 23, 1907. Dot. Advertising Medium 10-'Day too* and Vicinity Price 5 Cents

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............................................... ..... TILE DRAINAGE I FLORIDA BEACH | KILLED THEWHOLE J: ............I.I.I..............tltltlVMItMMBAIEUheMty ......

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are putting out new bargains every day on
our Bargain Table in the line of Remnants of Dress kkk I X .

Goods, Ribbons, Laces, Embroideries, Slightly Soil- A Successful Demonstration of This Land and Water Automobiles and I Valiant Daytona !Nimrods Succeed a I SELLS EVERYTHING. :;

ed Goods, Patterns, Skirts, Shirtwaist Suits, Hats, System May be Seen at Farmof Airships Will Have Try-out-Eng-I I in Bagging: a Fine Flock of J Especially stationery. Fishing Tackle Crockery :

Etc., Etc.. and we invite you to look them over for J.V.. Ball & Son. lishmen Coming for Meet.' \\' ill'fl( ) Turkey. I!I" lilassware.; Fancy Confectionery. Souvenir 1'ofct :

there may be something you need among them, and A visit to the truck farm of J. W. The receipt of a cablegram by One of the greatest' hunts of the I l Cards. Talking Machines, Dolls Toys and} Notions. :

will save :you money. Ball A Son on Westln.1 avenue W. .1. Morgan, representative the reason task place the forepart of j .

The is a revelation in vegetable growing. Fonda East Coast Automobile Association this week when two of the younghu.inrsi I' I 4[ BARNES :

; Peck-Hendricks Company. in this section, and although Messrs. I I from S. F. Edge, the famous I ; men of the city vied :: Will also frame your Pictures, sharpen your Saws. .

.+....+.+.................N............+1...N.N.. Ball have: been very successful in 1/ondon racing man and millionaire with two t'lItlt'"lt'uof'oulll: Ifidge-: :S Knives, Scissors. fawn Mowers Etc., and will SS
the past I, they arc looking. forward'' \builder> of automobiles asking. for wood avenue for the honor "f bagging :
allll.t whack
repair t anything that is out of
:..................................................... to even greater results from the |particulars i in regard to the Man h whole tl....k of turkeys.When : |

system of irrigation which t they are Florida) beach tournament, is proof some distance south and : In Fact for Any Want Remember
i M. ELLA DE VOY CO.LADIES' i now installing { 1 that the great Knglishman intendsto went of Davtona and apparently r: ,

i J. \V. Ball said with pardonable 1 < come over for the.. meet and not deep ill the wilds the two bands of :

: i HATTERS i pride to the writer, "You nee ,I'wLat 'only try and complete his claim for hunters enlist within each others :| BARNES :

i Correct in Styles. Personal attention to Fitting.: we have done in this extremely !' :the :$:::L'!,
No 0 South Ifcai :Street I Oajtuna. : dry season without irrigation, !but trophy but also to annex a fewworld's lloek of disortered between : THE NOVELTY MAN. :
..................................................... turkeys was .
how much better coul l we have ) records as: it is understKl the.. approaching') : parties. :E :
40 South Beach St. DAYTONA, f LA. :
.. done with water under the whole" tplace Mr. Edge will bring over more lucre were a few hurried calls l etween : .
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:t inrr ii tYiYftYiYiYfYmMiller r'iiiinm.i fiW.WmWi.. ,.m'"iift..i..in..i..ii,,; as it is with the plot of ground 'than one machine, as he will undoubtedly I i the hunters and then (hey I .................t.I.t.........I.LIf.I.I.I.I.I.I.Ii

Strohm Co. I just shown .ou." have serrate machines ;fell upon the hapless, thick and 1'00. ,.....................................................
I = Mr. Ball referred of for the mile and long i'
to an acre i races. I 1 good l were the men behind the guns' :

ti : ground which hail been recently The desire of the foreign manu-]i that not a single bird escaped. :* THE CUAS. I GARDINER CO. i ij
Successors toE !: tiled and irrigated by means of a facturer to )bolster up his businessin !i I How the hunters' hearts beat with I',, :

: PECK & FOSTER. two-inch artesian well and I upon'' i this country will no doubt result with pride at their prowess' until |I'' :

which the lettuce and other plants i in the appearance at the meet of a I' well indeed they were t tine IlIrkt'\"s.l :2 .

I Family Groceries | lately set out were making a remarkable number of foreign drivers and I the I Irt'prt"Mt'nlali"e nine of tluen amt; thew were worth II''| Goods. I Il

,M t s- growth. This I jiorous tile had of the Florida abSlIl.i.j, i fan'loll.lr apiece at least so said Dry i

t S, been laid in feet ation now i in will the !' .
I mill Fancy rows twenty apart Europe see : the owner who suddenly appeared .
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iS'rrt.AuTlNTHJC- : but Mr. Ball thinks that I best of the Fiench, Italian and Herman : .
I and Foul I I. thirty ui >n the u Mene, having viewed from .
1. -. feet would answer just as well in drivers and I give them an ideaas I a distance, too far away to save them, Phone 102, Anthony Block, J

j HRKOr Prollllc s Products ai ; hammock soil such as theirs, as the to what sort they must prepare, the slaughter of hK wife's* Hot.k ,of. .
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Y.A4M4: '!!!!!!!! !!!!! !! ./ WNMfttfftwfffftffrrwfftfffnKBond middle of the beds: between the rows'' f ftif for. |pet turkeys. hi their eagerness ihe i j

tile show plenty of moisture at all The wish that the mile spout lit'bulnliual..1 hunters had failed! to notice that the | DAYTONA, FLORIDA. ;
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times and they have to bf careful to a long rate "fKuroiKMii turkeys'wings \\eie i lip'|>ed I and the : ........................1..1......1.....+..... 1X ..... '

Lumber Company i not to Hood the land too mix'h, but 1 1on cup' distance will likelybe fact I that t they weie very time wild i ]i ........................4...1.....................:
light, sandy soil he says a disI I met, but the mile will rarely t in kev-s only li.i.tcnd their untimelv } i'

MAMhACIUktKS: I tamr of twenty fret i is no doubt 1 have a place uu the progiam. and 1 1111.

ROUGH AND. DRESSED : urt'essary.' The ground had l teen there 1 will lIe another grand I strugglefor TIIt'l'rc.tf.lIl'u hunters paid I CONRAD GROCERY CO. i

PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER] "'. ", e laid I off in twenty foot, I Ifds with the I the Sir Thomas I>war trophy, I score and hoped the matter till'I I .

I line of piping in the tenter and 'which is now held) ) by Fred Marriott I end right there but in some way .
Lath, Shingles] Flooring] (Ceiling, Brick, Lime I fourteen inches elow l the surface. '''of I Boston: who still holds the Florida I the story leaked I out and now their! $ (Sutvfssor tt> F,. T. Conrad) & l'u.) t.

and Cement in Stock. etmee K.Ilray and slid"unuiiVAUiV"MI Messrs.' Ball have made the l IM>\es i ion record made on the Leach in a friends and acquaintance are cuter-t t :i :

the main line, or supply pips of i rate for the trophy, the time l>eiiiglS ing tltt'1IIilh extracts from theJobblesong. : Carry. Full and Complete :
I.IX-Koud Mill.Atlantic Jua.L l.lu It jr.. Ml wllea bulb Of Jad'IOPYIII" I
Kkl iuaicoou Hanfurd Kraneti of lli. K K.O.: H,. brick and cement and t their guage : !I..j .seconds.' (: t

Phone 8j R. J. MALBY. Manager.UlYrrririririiirirWiriiirrYrrJirnYie i boxes through the t t'ltltft' rlietlyof Among the noveltie.s that will Ixveto - !l j : Line of Plain and Fancy :
rock! and cement the rock used : on t the famous sand course nest i I Iu i\plore: South America. 'i
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tiring[ of lime formation and pi..l'IlI I Man'h will undoubtedly In the land I John Y. Culi'lough will not return ,

ou the farm, ill borne places :
MiWfiWiiVir t rYrit'irlitYrYrirtYrtYriiiinrrf I cropping out in large quantities Canoe-Yoiture It is thought that his intention, Hl has jut. conclud! 1 ,:

A, D. TkISIlIJE 1'. N.'!'>M AU Ja necessitating its removal. an exhibition on the Florida, I In'aclivtoidd l arrangements. to 1 ecolue one of' !
Presldnl 'uhler r Men are now busy laving the til- ,.. be most successful. Several I 1.1 ollu-ers of an exploration party |! -* i

I MERCHANTS BANK | ing on another acre of the land adjoining motor airship inventors an also, desirous I to traverse the unexplored |*>rtions \: CLOVER HILL BUTTER. :|

that now in use and I the of trying their craft in Florida of South} America l>etween the .. .
:4 -br.nh V.lu U County lUnk t curl will be continued until tiletWt'he among them being, it is: said. fourth and tenth parallels The. i .

:| Capital Stock I 50iO.',( ) ) |I acres now in cultivation are Dr. Julian I1. Thomas of New York, part will 1"be under the dire*.lion of'' : The Conrad Grocery Company :

| Personal ... .. .. ... .. .... ... KXKlO( ) ( |:. oho has motor air craft inwhidi .
: covered by the system, one of the a new the I'oval: Geographical Steiety and :,
: { 2 I'T Conrad) ,\ t 0'1'1.. old' stand. :
3 TraaMCU a General Banking Busineaa.pl.r '
the is illtt'reslt'C1.Oeath .
main points of which is that it government: expect to IHJ in s'H.lthlIIcri'a for .
drains and arefies the soil in timesof .....................................................
l Paid fivejeurs. They start from New j
5 4 cent. Interest Compounded Quarterly on | j
::S c Savings Accounts. | heavy rains as well as !eing a of .Mrs. U. fI. .Mears. York very shortly Mr. CoKlough staddress t .......t......;......ISIIISISISUSISISISISI.1.II. ...
means of irrigation lit times of for the present is lit' .:.; West.V
Mrs. IVborali} II. Mears died at
$ Safety Depobit lions fur Iteut JPWW.WWWWWW.W.WWW drouth. th street care of the Chemists
her Avondale home Cincinnati
at ,
f -w.mmmNmmm.... !,! MWWW.'AW.WWWM'wl' Despite the unprecedented dioutli Ohio XIIIltll.. Mrs. hears whohad CllIlJ. I Groceries
now prevailing the vegetables on :
|>assed IItt'r eightieth )ears was I loriJa Well Represented.j .
11 the Ball farm in general are thrifty I .
well: known. to all the older settlers -
I and line looking, showing that they j Among the towns it-presented! by l .
of Dav) tout being a sister of '
have Ilft'utH looked. after and the student liotly at Stetson I 'tuvcibity j NOYOU AREThat's TALKING :
Dr I. K.: Huston and Mrs Mary
I thoroughly cultivated l as well as' ju are the full.,uhuglacks.""*>nville. .
Norman S Hoag, who for ndu -ted
DaytonPlans many years <
dicioiihly fertilized Among other Dayton .is' tirst hotel the |popular Mi.uii'l'all.ul. aes, Tarna| St Auigustine [ My Business. i
ItaUn.1. I'alatka.. Iteland
things they are now puking a fewcucumhersandwine ololl'.lllIl.'lIu house: on South Ikarli I :
very fine fall I ITitll.\iII West Palm Beaili I IIt..II !;, I take .pleasure in tailing for }our older and :
Estimates, ('op tomatoes. Mrs Meats is survived. by her I ray. Melbourne, Fort 1'iene, tuut'Ii-1: U olelivcriitg I'r llII.tlyJ.at you want. M> stock U

Mr.I Ball told the Ja/ette-New(; daughter Miss Ilttalcne who i Sills, ( >rcen Cove Springs. 'I uvarcs, I Ij : in always fresh and fine anti your tiade will U
that maiktted wassitu j j I.e enh irg. S.uiford Kisaimmec OrjI'lando. f!ij In- highly appreciate*! suit well)) taken < ue of :
man they
Superintendence : some vegetables i her at the time i of her death
, -t every month in the )t'ar. ill'' twu grandchildren Mrs IMwardIx ; lakeland. Plant Citv( LakeCity J 1'1",11 in'. v
Lumber Yard Magnolia Avenue and F. 1 t':. I'. !Iah.J.y.( : + fait, the sales of the lightest month \ell of Cincinnati andI.I. t1. Mears 11'at'hula, Anadia Coioiiado. : ]

Heal Estate afire, Kt door south of |Kstoffi. V. II. LU-: thisear amounted to aliout fifty olSt:: Louis; a niece' and nephew.l Ocala, Sis i <-o, Like Helen lein.in-, !I] S. W. CA1WOLL ;
dina fort t n.k Hill Till ,
MONDSOX( Manager Daytona, Fla. I'hout'll at ,fli.} 'e, yard dollars and during the !eighth, ofbeast Mr,. F. M. Davidson and I .111.| M. Orangv | .
man. Orange) ('it'. .\rdlt'r. <11..lt"e' ] S '
and residence 'u they nut only supply <|uanti- Huston::. of this city. .
1 t tr ties of vegetables for the local mark.t Mrs. It'lr'la fur ears a New Sniynu, lJu lid 1"11. I Lundy. '''jWeLika The North Beach st. Grocer. I t
but also many Crestent (City, :vt t I'eter ]S S i
fi ship largely, doing a regular winter rrsidtnt of D.iytona.
i good business: down the (coast where: making her tirst vi-sit here in l 1874: burg Sanle Fe. Neptune Mont- j: 'lelephoue 1 No. 19. : i

r ........................1...................... vegetable growing is supposed be and at one time a large | Clair Naples, Nmatet*. Ona. Cw.I. ':....I.t.I.t........."t.t.l.t.....t tl.l.l.l........: J JI
proitityowner ) '
tr Miniteolo Oakland \\ llhloll.I I
Lynn ,
the chief industry. Their sales to t -- -- ---
WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING[ I .1 both in the city and \"it'inity.lia'iu '
l-XHl: MeShle, Jreer.. iVIiane;
l Chipley. -
one firm alone at Miami has amounted also I
) getting a Galvanized Iron Tank a new Tin 1'oof, a Hot Air Furnace" large holdings at Turn- Braide&towu: 'Datuna IW-aili: ,
much :
to as as lit: fur a single bull : Hotel!
nuxlerndwelling i I Mel utush. Hawthowite! Melrose. We -k a S City
< or any of the other metal neresMties required to vinplete a month particularly during tiegrt'tn '

remember that : corneason in the early sum I the 11'a'farer of Boston. i wahitchka, IlartuwMiakka.l1sphu.|>
mer. i' Lake Butler (irandio. Ikubervillr1'itTson t OPEN All THE YEAR
The Wayf.1rt"r.lilt of Uowtou.where and I IVLf-n Fr. '
Springs -iiI k
C. NASH a SON Mr I Ball is very sanguine of the she was recently built in'
of these there .
some places ana
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great results to be obtained by the I
of Burse,
charge Captain and Laving:
; t DAYTONA FLA.j large number of students. I.I.H' lUIfbLLI.r-.
of and thinks} it will
1 use tiling revolutionize aboard! her owner Hubert Htnkri, r I Mol al ill"-.M Bath'.
I and reliable service 1 vegetable growing }here.He of I 1'etroit several members of his I Will (irim I lubj>..vo.I } 'ysR h y
j | are best pre med to give prompt at ai'l prices I abl' F irat-'Ica+e. "
I i 1 bays he believes: that the scrub family and 1 their guest, CharlesCurry i I.. M" reton Murray of this u ity. 1
General repair shop on Voluoia Avenue, next to the Armory.Tlione .
land termed pine island and now of Windsor Mass., tied u pat and at one time the editor awl i ipn I
4' 58. Out of town work solicited i 1 ('onsiJert'lilIrthle s. will within (Hlle's dock Monday afternoon, >prieU>r of thc
' ....................+...>.....*.............+.*...... the next teu years be brought into having come from :-t.: Augustine is soon to branch out in a new industry i lk UNkIFiiUk. 'i

use under thu system and produce via the canal lIe will be the president <.f f iI ii I
........ ...............................111...11111.1. I I fine crops of egetables. The Wayfarer a fifty-three footboat tie I Bradford ville Tobacco: Company iI i i
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I The tiling used is clay of a deep of eleven-foot beam is profiled which was lately orgaiii/.ed with a

It : A close examination of electrical : red color, and conies from 1'alatka. by a twenty-tne horse power engine capital .*:>tiiiM'< )( The companv
i work finished and charged: for : I but it is said the also be s
: tiling ran and draws but thirty-three i will plant an extensive acreage of S. Dayton
from this hows hov -
shop i> squarely
ly and honorably we transact our : : made of sand and cement and if this inches, being built expressly for the{tobacco iu the northwestern part of

: business. Electrical repairs receive : is the case a manufactory of this shallow waters of Florida. She is avery : the :State." Mr. Murray has many

special attention. Those kind at Daytona should be a good. natty looking craft and her i I friends in this: section who will be

: + who employ us never worry about : investment, as there will be an increasingly destination at the present time is I glaJ to bear of bit new occupation, LUMBER.

: our charges, and they know before : heavy demand for tile, to Titusville and I wish him a full measure ,.f succeM -

engaging us that be our. workmanship :. be used here and in this ,-i'initflr .... -. --------- I in the venture Yar-i MaKHji.i. .\\.-iimai.l:,. F i I I. t' Hailw..)'. Also
j will be the !!t.T
many years to collie.'Dr.lloughton We will secure for you bottom flans, L-tiiuatc-, .uid i Su|>erint iidfU'e) Real h:.UUs office

4! (Mr Daytona Electric Co. i prim on lumber and other building I rNt., charge for preiinv i '"," : '.. ; .1 I It W' H f.lOSIJ80X. &wr

: ::: will occupy his materials.:: Xo one receives grafts and estimates: !supervision: of work De1 '..It. rl I "i t.i !"I}, .:s. at, ...ffiitv.trd i l .md: rt"i".lwt" !

232:? South Beach Street. i. new quarters in Peck block, at the on your purihaar \.Tiuau s Day j fat I actual t "+' \. r1tll.i.: ... D.tvt: I!

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Mr. and Mrs. Forsytbe arrived from Degrees Conferred. r 1..I..I
'e'"i' THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS AdditionalLocals. t
Grand Rapids, Thursday night and are .
f' PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY located in the Miller apartment house. At the last regular meeting of III IIIIr AND PROffSSIONAL
and Mrs. C. B. Evans: of (; BUSINfSS
Mr. and Mrs. Porter, who spent last Halifax Chapter, the !total: Arch 10-1 j

t, IT. E. FITZGERALD, Editor winter in the Branch apartment house, I degrees were conferred on W. J. cinnati, arrived Thursday and will! I -- : .....:. -_--
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arrived the latter part of last week and Sams and H. C. Bell, of New spend the winter here. = rltzgcaId & Oates

have taken the same rooms. They are I I C C. BOHANNOXPhysician : :
I Smyrna T. }H.i Collins and Rev.D. \V. B. Bonn expects to have his' Law
renewing acquaintance with last year'sfriends at
. -; ( INCORPORATED ) and express themselves as more II. Ratter, of this city. During ,moving picture show in operation in and Surgeon Attorneys andSpwial

e' ----------- --- I''the usual intermission in the work 1 Attention to Examining
-- ---- than satisfied to be in Daytona Beach |the Peck block early next week. Pharmacy, .
Office the Atwood Land Titles.Conrad
C Entered at the Postoflice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. for the winter. ,a bountiful supper was enjoyed at II-I I over Perfecting

}Ir. and Mrs. 0. S. Burgess, of Wood- The Myrtle, on Myrtle avenue, J. H. Meagley, of Beach street, Daytona, Fla. i D.YTO A, FLA.Attorneys .
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Minn., joined Mrs. linneaPOlili'l Xo. ;04. ,'
SUBSCRIPTION RATEe.l hall, 111., arrilast Monday afternoonand by Mrs. C. Kost. Telephone
.. have taken rooms at Ocean Spray Saturday evening to remain Bart FU6i.
t l One ... .$1.50 for the winter. I I : c.r, II. Landll

One copy copy copy three nit one months.One year months.. .: :.:.::.:.::::..:.:.:::.:.:::::.::::.:::::::::::.:::::::::::.=::.=::: :::.::=..:::.::::.. .75.40 Mrs. \. Saunders, family and friends, I Arrested for Wife Desertion. i winter.;For first class! work-Datona 81 1UI.SEELYE.A..H.Physician I LA:'\DIS & flSl1

Mr. and Mrs. Furgerson, all of Sac Sheriff Turner arrived from the I I j and Surqeon. at Law

ADVERTISING RATES. City, Iowa, and Mrs. II. Senger, of Harvard South Sunday with a negro by the Steam Laundry, phone 8. tf : Electrical and Federal ,
attention given to In aU Mt.L" ,
Ill arrived the of the
forepart Special Fradlclng
DISPLAY: ADVERTISEMENTS. name of John Rhodes:'!, wanted here Miss L. .\. Cross wa a delegate treatment and Mechanical methods. week and are located in the Geo. P.
Rate per inch per insertion to regular advertisers........_. ............._...........10 cents for wife deserUon two to the Woman Christian Theper- 127 S! o. Kidgewood Ave. Hours I'D for raro'lul.Ul'nrton.uatr"t perfecting tltlu.
Kate per Inch per insertion for less than three months............... .-..-.........15 cents Johnson cottage on the beach. years ago. i .1 S-10.30: and 1330. Phone h5. gttrland, Florida'
Rate per inch per insertion for single insertion..... ......................._............30 cents J. S. Griffin and daughter, Miss Belle, Deputy Smith rocated the man at ance Union convention at Palatka I
; READING NOTICES OR LOCALS. arrived from Sac City today and will Black Point on the extension, where I I this week. -- --- --- 1_'< Ai .,..." KgforUBi/

S Rate per line, each insertion...... ..... ..... ..................................................... 10) cents occupy one of the Carson cottages on I he was arrested. Rhodes was givena Mrs I M I. F. Cow il", who has been ':, | i i lh.)I -1.1 t :. RAWLINGS STEWAKT&BLYLawyers( l
, All club, society organization, lodge and church notices, other than religious I Frank Cleever arrived from Castle- hearing before Justice: Titus Monday i I II coming to Florida for thirty years, : !i Physician & Surtjeon.Dr. I

L cervices, 5 cents per line. Cards of thanks 50 cents each. Resolution! *, 5 rents wood, S. I)., and will spend' the winter, morning and failing a bond off was a passenger on the I rO'I"IS{ :

; per line. Legal advertising at legal rates.GENERAL he guest of his sifter, Mrs. Rector e>n :h. M) was taken to DeLand in the Thursday. Rawling's office over Gille's Office next door to Bank Building,

> PROVISIONS.No lie beat.h. afternoon by Sheriff Turner. for safe I) : lkLandFlorida.
! '- single charge for display advertising of any kind less than! 50 cent E. Hector has accepted a position in I Wednesday a line Ford touring t drug store Beach street. -

Good position given:; every advertisement. An extra charge4 2 rent per iudl the J. It Bunch for the winter. keeping. car came in for Mr. Woodward of i -
will be made for ads with specified positions. No :[><"<'ial poMtivrn given ".11 \d- grocery I I i TITLES INSURED' .
'i t less than five Inches. Ed: w a retV.! Price and bride stopped Uncle Sam the Second the peninsula, A. C. Kirby also received I E. L. STEWART I
No advertisements accepted for the first page. here Veiday' to visit Miss Freeman en- County Abstract, Investment
r r Extra charge made on display advertisements; containing, .n average <>f more mutt to their home in Tampa. Mrs. McCoy Bros brought their new a car. : I Physician and Surytunand! Title Insurance Company.XbMractt .

than 30 words to the inch. 'rn-e r wan: rrnerly a teacher in the boat, Uncle Sam Second, down from Osceola Tribe, No. :'l I. Imp. I. U I!. Special attention to diseases of the lurnbhtll.nd titles ptrfeetrd -
each month.
the first of
All bills I
payable on
blue rap-
i f Ph-bvti nun school at EustisE. Holly Hill Tuesday afternoon and M. will hold a special meeting next Eye, Ear: Throat and Nose. Office conpiled. M. .pl.Bert Plata Hsb.and Pre.; Carey l). Laodt.,
and residence Xo. 101 Magnolia] I Co.Bank. .
f i SATURDAY :NOVEMBER' ZJ, 1007 I:. II. Ihurman and wife are regis she is now at their doe-k, where they Wednesday evening fur the purposeof user Palmetto] ,,telephone S2. w c'I.and.", I..nd.Trraw Fla."mrehoursya Opposite. Yoluil
for Seaside Ion.ht"
't'rt.t : _
will install her engine and completethe conferring( the adoption degree-. in. tosp.In. I __ -
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.. ... ............. Mr and :Mrllr.n' r are etKtteil| to I .rtnt was made at the pier last Friday necessary work upon her. Having : Beautiful 11-room home for -4.11e. KLOCK- I D. IX & C. f A\. ROGERS
( i. A.
,. ariive today from lJmira.I: N.'i Theywill whtn twenty sea bass were landed in a I a favorable wind! and tide they I Halifax aH'nut'ih.t'r:: l lit-adJ. Bar-: 1 Civil Engineers
! SEABREEZE and = 'ew hUlin' spurt, most of wMc.hiibed I Sur.qeonil i
: 11 hair spat 11lIl'u at the Lliniru I riggelail upon the boat and camedown gain. T. E. Fnmi: Physician I and i

apartment house on Valley street. ors twe-nty-five {pounds. | the river in tine stIe. She is ! BEACH j jSeabreeze The Holmes South The friends of Mrs. Spangler: and I The pike' for the (' I-T: Off <"f'8 I MIAMI FI.A.
DAYTONA cottage on Valley much }boat than the organ (JIIgrt' a- th e f.yeaudrlllDI! '"( illatM-s. bo.Klilg
l i II I street i", now occupied by Mrs. J>. J. daughters, Misses Spauldiog will be glad a larger I tional Church has been and ..
.......................... Hutchins and daughter, Miss Bessie, of to know that that they are prosperingand fir t "I'ncle Sam, but built on speedier the buiMers shipped I.> ;t.'p.1II &:.W to !*;:t.! p. iii Daytona Office Established 1875P.tYTuN.t I
life in New York. lines and with her expect to have it ready FL\ -----
enjoying engine I -
Nov 20( The Ladies' }:x.\\ Pana 111., who will spend the winter { II -
l I Otto Caple, of Rochester, Ind., is expected ..houhllre fast boat. I for use by the middle I >cetmber
change, conducted last winter by, Irs.I' a : '\.D. II A. BERNARD
: : here.The ], 1.1 JOSIL HOG L.HS. .
to join his family this week; at i
Moulton in the Williams, block, has I town council} milt in adjourned j Miss: :! Ella Willaume has U-eu engaged ':
Mssiou' Monday Nor. IS. Ordinance he Jackson cottage.:; I I lie I I Hulirit subscriptions and business I
been opened this w eek under the same evening, I micopathic J PliysicianNo.
I' r | i it for the issuance of bonds passed !II A Pleasant Surprise Party. as organist and Mrs C. (. for the Times-Union.
management.Mr. I j Bohaunon choir leader : 4VJ North Beach Street.
as the
and Mrs. E. D. Langworthy, who third reading Tax and license ordinance 'j Friday evening b of last week a at OUico Hour*, 12:30 to 2:30: aryl ';:00.TDIESU: \IO BUREAU:, I

arrived from the north last week, arc passed third reading. A petition Port Orange. !, number o. the members of the Congregational Church for the season. to 730.Telephone: R. L. Smith Real Estate Office,

t keeping house in their well appointed open Pinewood avenue from Glen- First church formed i No. 12".'. Beach Sjreet.
I t home on Ocean boulevard. A new wood to University boulc'arJas read Port Orange:: Nov. 2O- J. A. Tedder Baptist a dui I II
I [ l has sold Ed.: Johnson lot John I' prise party at the Riverside: Inn, Rev. and Mrs. B. F. Marsh went -
and motion read. On a near
walk and well on accepted aa
t, atone wall, steps, a grassed:: I 1 I s. ii. GO\T.
front plot has added much to the attractiveness motion work on Palmetto and Iniver- Tedder and Le intend, building:: soon. I formerly the Fountain City House. to )It. Dora Monday to attend the I I dylOI1iPri'utc I f Hospital

: of the residence.Mr. any avenues was postponed indefinitely. Doctor and Irs. Funderberg arrivedlrlost The affair was managed; very neatly! installation services of Ur. S. KGale ; J I and Sanitdriurnn'hitcct'' Builder and:

and Mrs. M. I!. Knonlton On motion the committee was instruct week and rented the Jas. Vass: cut !I "r the i I Et-err reel Illty brute proprrtrr.tni.ntanJ :
:: are expected and. Mr and Mrs. Durkee were duly as pastor Congregational i iY vise of mdlcal) and kurgtcal C MH.Mrctrtcal ;! Contractor
ed to proceed according to H.-titiou on lage.: Mrs }'underbur-'lIlillter,; accom1panied J tritlnrd nur-ws
to arrive from Belfast! Maine, | : and Church at that plateFor appliance*
+ l'ille\\noclu\'nue. them ', truly surprised, but Itron1itIrallied iiulrc surroundings. Hpeclal .ttt"nUon;: I Residence and office, northeast corner -
Sunday. I Terim -
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Among the recent arrivals are to the occasion and made rrlhternto.rl < t IMond aSe.., iattuns.spell. Ridgewood and Volusia ave.
Mr. hodlerspcr&tor is having his beach Rent: Two-room Halt: lor .1 ;: KUK.-K and K. HOW'K, Phone 89. Daytona, Fla.PDrdrlh.rna .

.' cottages; wired for electric lights and put Daytona Beach, :November JO-A and Mrs. A. J. Half, Long Island] ; }lr'l theirgue&ts warmly welcome. Music light; 'houvket-ping 1 ; *SIn sll'I |+er : In Charge.
and Mrs. Halter and wt
in first-claoa order. recitations and indulged "
were 1
Y, Mr. and Mrs. Sonntag and family, home pleasant of Mr.social and affair bits wa E. C.enjoyed Hibburd} at the ou I I II.h'e have rented a cottage from Mr. ) in and light games r6rrl'blltuenlsH're month, single rooms: .;I O I cinNr| ( : I Iii)I{. 1\r. .\. GOVt: Halifax N\usie House

M t. which includes Mrs. Sountag's mother, ville; Mr. and Mrs. John Bradley] Ohio, I I I day; sj>eiial rate for st-a.">n. TheRiverside I

: Mrs. Huspith and Mr. Duke are taking .Oak Several avenue friends the :latter plotted part together of lastweek. : Capt. and Mr..! Chas. Fozzard, who have :I served during the evening.>\ It was : : I lltX.I 1 Id-mh simt I, Use}.- "!II: 1 DentistniTlif George WrayThe

their meals at the May held. t 0 give Mrs Hibbard a surprise ou her just returned from Europe where they a very pleasant welcome, l+arty toMr. tuna, flat tf 1 cheapest place in the State to

r Sir. Dave Potter and Miss! H Wilkinson birthday, and the result was a delight Lave beeu for the past two years; }Ir. I Durkee/ and family who aiei : ; ,'0111..1' Ithlgcvtiiud! and \.111"11& ,: buy Pianos. Pianos to Kent. Tuning. -
1 Dr. Potter's sister and! Mrs. Geo. F. l.ulILerry.1&0 !lJltntthe j hay i S. Nakabayaslii I J Repairing and Polishing by a
mother and : arrived ful evening spent| : in story telling and ]new comers to tuna: exjet- to ox-n| :

l I yesterday! from Kvansvill; Ind., social. converse. Delicious refreshments summer in France; Mrs. Hoe, : his Japanese curio store ill the I 1'HO.NC MI J skilled workman.DR. .
, i and nil! the winter with the mot her of Col. F. W. Hoe and Miss1: :
spend{ W ere sensed: aDd just }before the com : Rush: building on North Bc-ach: I II 1 - --- .

l family Ocean\ Boulevard in the 1'otter-Biiell cottage:; on .I {my dispersed! Mrs. Hibbard was .presented e years Berry ago who; Mr.wa and here Mrs.with t E.: N.them Carpenter toe t{I ico. h. Day Dies Suddenly.r I street some time IIc seek.., if ,goods, I II ,: I ) '. I 1'. I II. I IIOLV.IITOX LllSSONS) I IN: GPR-HAN.71

Mrs. Julia Martin i ia the weekat I i w ith hand-painted plate. 1 their daughter Mrs. Hines and be (.Jeorge; llerbeit: Day died! Tlnirv now on the raid; arrrtxe ill tune- 1
i' ; also has
1 By
following friends took part iu the c>ccabiuu. : I 1 Dentist) a lady a thorough
t her cottage, having some interior sou Mr:*. !Hines: was here two years: i''day morning< at about ten o'eloe u 11 1 :
of the
I ; : Mr. and Mrs. I;. A. Branch, Mr. I I Tor knowledge German language
.' work done and putting:: the premise ill and Mrs. \.. C. Grant list and Mrs. .+. ao.W. i; heart disease:: at Davtoua 1 Beach,, itnytlwu) in. rOll lh : 4 Hit.... flllf.t, Opera house HI..k anti has traveled abroad. For further -
I readiness for the winter V. Carter, of Titusville, was iu J 'lumber ijct prices Iruin .
i season. Vandevord. Mrs. Bowdeu Mr. and Mrs.II. where he, with hit family, !had but information address O. Box

We are authorized to cay that the I I Thompson and Mrs. E. J. Mills. loan "'riday'isiting his many friends. I recently arrived from[ H.irtfonl, Ct, the Yoliisia Lumber ciiul : Phone 3.: 20X, Daytona, his.111111 .

: zoological] gardens and baseball; ground: : Boyd Shoemaker over from De- Milliard 1'attillo went to Usteeu 5u- j I Naval Stores Co.. ( >ak : I .
r will be opened for public entertainment Land attending Jay to visit his parents: and see his to spend the winter. : ,..............................................>..
I ('ouncillllt't'ting Monday 11111 I Iorid".
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January 1st, also; the country club- : ev ening. grandfather, who was ill. lie report |1[ __Mr.I Day was fifty i. -six taro of seer -

house. At a meeting of the Board I of A. J. IVardsley and a young gentleman that he i i'l improving.! |I anu even up u> vv euneauav evening I ,t .1111111111NN1111.....11N..11111111..t.111
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Governors of the country club, held friend, Mr. Hooixr, arrived from 1 L seemed to be in usual health but : :

r i Monday night at the home of D. Mc Boyne City, Iowa, Monday evening aue i during the evening was sei/ed with I The final of a Aeries of Congregational :: The Ivy Lane Inn

1 t Laren, details were completed for the are domiciled in Mr. Beardsley's] cotta g e I Holly Hill.Holly the illnebs which proved' 1 fatal. ('hurt h Teas held from 1 1m: ;
decorating and of the duL- ,
finishing: on Mitchell avenue Mrs. Beurd&ley i is I to .S"H:: last evening at :Sx-i.il: Hall : Enlarged: and
; Louse, and a committee consisting of the not exacted to arrive until about I Hill, Nov. 21-L. L. lave was Mr. Day. who was :L |I'rrscinall{t Improved

following named ladies, via.; MesdaMcLaren Christmastime. ut home: from Del aud Sunday. I friend of J. B. Moore, of Rulgewood: I j''was i very pleasant affair and well :

l Morris Wilder, !Potter, Seelye, Miss Shelton having resigned her work M. 1-'". hitch has a forte of men at avenue, tJt'Culietl'lie' e.f theJ.. attfiided. The musical' program ::1 \Vitli IIIt'rC3t'(1 l Facilities in All Department, will he able in still

and Miss Anthony, (guest! of Mr. and uork packing and shipping fruit from U'j much 1 and I consisted : larger degree to ami
in the public school: Mis Juiiia H<>1 I- { |1 Brown cottages on that avenue was enjoyed < of pleas: satisfy those who desire refined

Mrs. 1' Fred llronere appointee comb Las received the appointment t o the Vins-ChristittDcy grove.A > winter with his family and this season selections by the UaJ' tuut orchestra.comN t-kgahee' as well as All Comforts and Oonmiieiiee-a.
by the Board of Governors to look arts fill the II. Carter was the guest of the i
thie feature. Teams are busily tllgageJ H. uuexpiied term. Masonic I lodge at New Siujnu Monday had rented Ir'i.t! :. C. Starr'I .>nI of II. (;i. Brigham hr&tMoli I :
lj. ley, the blind man, is located I Open from November
l in the clubhouse '!residence ii; F.lwciod Dillinylaiii. first :i to May.
grading Dav
"' grounds preparing for the winter at Lone Bay. Miss night in hit: official capacity of District at tona lath.I: i
for a tennis: court and croquet Deputy Grand Master. cornet t. W L'. Thompson, .liurello :
The i
his body ed
Mary, ] yesterday1afternoon
daughter, w ill spend the w inter was ship{> !j :
I! ; ,1 grounds C. A. Ballough having the eon with Mrs. Leland: in :Seabreeze.Jliis Mrs. Heacoek and daughter Loretta, j| to his home at )Hartford./I I| and Mrs.I Edith Sh'ieiiiaker, pianiit", :Z \Vl'tV.. FOLTZ, Lessee.
tract. The; cement basins being put {ill who have been visiting the former's I '
a : Alice Dougharty came user from a'Omlaniclll, bv his family i'and also piano, solos bv Miss -luli.i ..1111111111NN111N1111N .......... ..
r at the zoological gardens are nearlycompleted teLand and \\ visiting with her sister at Knoxville, Tenn., since last .. ............
parents Stewart. These
tens, which haveextended
for the reception of more May, returned home Tuesday. Mrs. i
:Saturday: and l Sunday, returning to I
than :'UO alligators and sea tattles. DeLaud Monday. Little Virginia Kurtz j ju f Heacoek is much improved in health. throughout the year. hi\c" t...N1...1..N.1111NN1N f111111111N.NN111.1.11.

\ Raisins arc also being put m for Ovate Lo has I ten visiting with her grandparents -I| McCoy Brothers launehed their new | :\ew Switchboard Installed. been given to assist: iu rustling hoir, : OPHN SHOP Magnolia Avenue
:; birds.; The collection exhibited by Mr boat i
i at the Lone Bay, returnee I to Tuesday and have removed to t'11 enses. I
Booth at the annual den in Duytonahas I tLund with her aunt. Daytona for the winter. The telephone b'sll'ma,. cut off

ken more than doubled the I'allt! Capt. Fred Ihipontis here for i for t"ralll.a"s the forepart of the
)Ir. :
Mi-C'arthj recently: arrueil trout I At the Armoiy.I I W. H. WRIGHT
It &
I I summer.: The company will make a the north and will spend the winter here set eral] days last week on his way home ;i week while a new swift h IM>and was SON

specialty of native spccimcna: of Florida as a guest ">f the Lone Bay. t to St. Augustine from Cuba. being installed and the business. |I Frt-iK'h siner his: return trove I

iu selecting their stink, and will con Dr. L. Rader The young people held. candy pull I Las Le-e-11
S. will hold the regularquarterly i men and others} are now better able camp busy selling things
i tissue to add to the number and variety I at A. V. Putten' store Friday night Painting
meetingcruces here next to rights and putting the interior of
1 I until they hav cat Seabreeze one of thebl Sabbath. Of course they had a "sweet" time. to appreciate the Iteiiefits awl tr-n- ; : i
at the :M. E.; church, when 1 )
I I I Lrsttalheexhibits to be found any- communion service will be observed.Service's Sln. E. A. Richards waa Davtonaj :tenience. of the, telephone the building in good nk-r Ml theaixviitretiKnts DiToratinjf
I ; Ltle.I held last Sunday" for the u ;' Uitor several days last asstand Saturday The switchboard just put in is and ramp equipment ; 1)aI'l'l'hangillg'

Mrs Sara }h.ConueU'1LuugaltJ" on f l1.s11:1: well attended and very evidently 1f i- I evening Mr. Richards: was iu attendance from the Ktllog Switchboard and haetfvn\ leaned! 1 and! rarrfullvstored i

the Halifax is: receiving a fresh coat o enjoyed by those present. Quite at the marriage of his daughter Supply of in their Ir'tll't"r|' places.: 'I'In... .
ComjMiiy, and
I: "fl e paint.Bliss Kus&cll L. Z, Burdick and her has sister the, Mrs.contras Mary f a number iu the congregation; were over I fit),.Mrs. Gray to W. K.: Longs: ill that I the work!. here has Leon Chicago done J ,I by an ;': flag has beea drape I <>n th<- n..rtli} I j i \\e-S of idge"ooJ avenue Daytona, Florida i

Baker, arrived the latter part of las. eighty present years were of over age sixty,: and years fortv of of age.; those \V. H. Heath made another trip to e\i>ert employee of the company( M. ;, wall and the blankness ill |.la. f.., j ,.1N1.IN.N.NNNNNIN 1NNN..... ........ .. .....

C \ w eek and for scn'rallla'sert.. guests \'. C. Grant, the plumber, biiit Tu -,- Vel. nt.!, driving over Sundaand returning A. Brown, who arrived from Atlanta : broken by the use of target 1-' ---- -- -- -

: cf Mrs. Rankin at the May field. Thi day m Jacksonville' busmen. Monday evening. i| last Saturday wherehe had, bem'similarly Dr. FreiM-h i i.> considering: the ;......N.1NNN111N11N.1111N1N11111NN/N1 11N

i week they have: taken possession: oft ('. S C. .K Wetl.erell was at Bulow lost !
Gould] construction .f ,
optician, and wife returned I'1 engagedMr a movableIIHIM<' "
Dixie l.odgeLidl will be opened| for }" week where he secured the contract for I
'ridsThey report a pleasant sum n- stand, circular i iu form .
: t t. Transfer
Brown Daytona &
the-"M: i
the usual.) Since) ]losing says l line Stable
9 season guests as :: < met sp Ilt'nt+ in their home at lakeside, picking and packing:; the fruit from magneto I livery
'I : Le use tl l in the middle .f < :
I her house at Monteagle, Tc'un., Miss: : Ohio. Mr. Gould will open his plate of Mound Grove and other groves iu the beard installed here i i-. of the rn .

s Russell has been visiting I relatives i iuWakLingtoo I business:: next week. vicinity This week he has been busy '! latest type and with the remodeling floor for dancing purposeai{ > i :J

'I ,;t' D. C., and Jamc*to\\ n.I Mr. and Mrs.; Chan. H. \\ Ulson arrived shipping the fruit from his own and the' .j and overhauling <.f the balance of I rolled to the side during .j inll, :J l C. E. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.

Mr. and Sydney Iii lh and eluklreui 1 I If I from Binghamton, :N. \ ., the latter partiof Benedict :grove but will probably return the this Over the stand be proposes t< > Inns :1
f \ arrived Lome after sit tuor.tlis visit apparatus, 1 puts system on : I
a luiu
: ; to Bulow next wick.ur $ tin-
la tl'ek and are occupying their I large bell of heht: Livery in the
f i with relatives in Lnglaud. The trip I[ a plane, with that of many larger' a liberty red. white ui-l ] eity with white drivers -
pleasant .
\ I brought them splendid results in the; ,I They appreciated on the weekly visits at::en of places, being strictly up to date1. blue beneath which will be su-- :1 familiar with all roads.

s I I way of health us well as enjoy incut. I The { ended two thirty-two candle :
the Gazette-News be p power
j I while away. \> ill Mark Channel. eaiwity may increased, if
t. t '; Miss: Blakcilcc will entertain the sew :{1 I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilcox, ef Touioka ''desired, to :!."a a) by means of selectparty lights. 'I'be other lights! will also :! Look for the Silver Tipped Rigs.Opposite

t 1 'jo log circle at her octagon toda>'. were in the city a short time Saturday, l'olltaintO; G. ileaoon;} s>ui>enu- lines Le elevated and reflectors used to : .
; i Geo. Eaves, who n the I It as many. a> seven or.
s-pendicg{ tendent of the Coast Line t Phune 27.
ailing on their friend and Canal and
attending concentrate their
t : \ winter with her family here was culled] 'I business eight numbers being used on a wire, rays upon the : [ Public School.

t I I Louie on business and left for Nashville, Mr. and: matters.Mrs. Lewis Kidd uf Bloomfield Transportation from St Augustine Company Monday came down the yet cads being entirely separate '''floor. which has been waved andVrep.ueJ 11111.1N11.111111N111A1. ... ..... ... .......... ...
\ Tenn., last: Saturday.Mrs. on for daucing A
Ind.. who have spent several winters from the others tent fly

I ;yesterday: E. ,G.after:Stevens two weeks left for stay banford in her I I here, writing to friends express yacht made Wavfarer and with while Hutchin-here has been suspend*! at the entrance *...........................0.. ............**..-.- .-.--.--..-...
their intention of arrangements aacurUinto
I spending the winter prevent the gathering .
I \ cottage on Valley street in Daytona Beach, if their local bank I son.\: Brittle to deliver palmetto Daytoaa U,) mnasium. 'i at the door of an idle 'r"\\"I.1 "f *: N. ERICKSON i

'I Mrs. Alice Godsmark arrived from docs nut tic them up t

.p + I Marietta, Ga., the latter part of last get away. the channel between the Middle All w ho are interested iu tl.t gy tbha- Cabinet Maker. Wood WorKer. J

i. : week, much improved by a months stay E. \. Branch and sister, Mrs. blur, bium will be glad to learn that the rovnts t.hennvr) presents: a xI'i'tore
in a higher altitude and received a went to DeLand: Saturday. remaining Bridge and the entrance to the canalat over the \nderaou C&nJKitclen are ]much: better appearance than usual *: t ranit, *. UK* and Window Screens made to order 5

'. t I warm welcome from her many rr t'Ub'j over until Sunday afternoon. the head of the river. A force is being arranged fur that purpoe send the I land' i i' is: to be hoped' that: IIr I French *: Cottage Avenue DAYTONA

: Mr. and Mrs. 1'. A. Kivcnbcrg Messrs. Spaiber and Lee liiugatut I returned also at work staking the channel elates: will begin text week as: follows: ,will be able to hi.It" /r.. FLA. J
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carry rta .
from Clifford, Pa., Sunday and are aI I Sunday night from a trip that+ from the s-uth to this point. Ladies class Tuesday and Friday 10 a. 'of further improvement t'1I' +E1s+E1+r 1.+E'EN+Eve..e................**********,

; I I .. Lowe in their new cottage on >"alleyDtrnet. included Espanola and thatcctiou' off This i i is a move which will be U1; Girls class Tuesday 3o' p. m. :and __ _ ____ __ _
I I Ii appreciated Saturday: !'J a. m. Boys class Wedr.esd.lj N.1.N..N1.111...
/ They were accompanied x>uth + the country 11.......1111111111N.
I : by all boatmen. us the 3 30 m. and MASONIC WREXTORV 5 ........N11
i by Mrs. Williams: and son and Mrs. ii. p. Saturday IU a. m; Kindergarten [
Miss: Florence Horn returned homefrom I channel heretofore has \UFVX: I I..IN.K.. >" ?. si". *!
been marked class r)1
I Felts, also of Clifford. Mrs. Felt will i Lima Wednesday .' p. m. and :M-rt.-nand: :,Tbur-ln" BUTUR
It I spend the winter here, guest of her eighteen ninths., She .n absence of in places with only temporarystakes Saturday 1' p. m; Night ilais Tuesday 7''! I HLiF.11.tPTFat.SIret.n. : NU '. K v M' J WILSON & CO. Ei1iE.:
cousin, Mrs- L. Z. Burdick. 11r:;. Wil-I accompanied of which have p. m and Friday ; p. m Tuition $5 in d IDur day. '
by her auut and cousin Mrs many ditap- UKIENTI.CUMtNEKMeets : *
Detwilde-r I \
; :0.
hams and their ? 6. I '
son on to advance
proceeded way Irons Xu11
\ 1V07 to middle :
Kb Tbur
t ;: I Tampa after a Java \i..itith MrI s. and Miss Anus, who \\ill fl>t"D.j the winter erased, making, the proj-er course i: of March 1%". Fat any other ibfurnja-j. I LIVKUVK CH.\PTKK"lay No. -.. II E. y Cottages for Sale or Rent. Life, Fire and Accidenf Insurance. :
I Wells, with Mr. I Horn loW fatuity in some cases: mere: guesHal.. )1..t"t.aoj'.1ltbT..s11 ). Phone .'.{4
: lion tuqdJe lit ."loJt{ .n Candy Kitchen .\ melUa }I..iC 1tat1 lnU.I: l&'d'II".I I Ii :: UAMONA BEACH: FLA i

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N.......................: Clarke; Jewelry- Store-Xmas I R. M. Bond and J. B. Conrad R. R. Stewart, of Detroit arrived J>NHNN H/N /NN N N/N 1N NN NNN+N + II I

: Local Paragraphs. i trade is opening early. Customers were Daytona visitors Wednesday Wednesday evening and will be in J I

are having handsome pieces of silver and Thursday. charge of the J. II. Stliwogler jewJ n

.I.................i.i...: laid aside. Make your selectionsnow I I MY. and Mrs. Henry Piepgras returned -:I elry and souvenir store ".s. nsu.il.: 9! To sub-let at a sacrifice. .II

None too hare that Xmas before the choice I
early to pieces are :
the forepart of the week froma Try Buffalo at the fountain ofT I .
Rift pat aside others are doing it gone. visit to St. Augustine and Palatka. I F. Curtis A. Son. 5 I .
; .\ ban I"oiw' 7 piom t two Mary n.ttaii. with
why not you. "If it's new we have i I.i''
it." All goods engraved free. James Carnell, the Ormond jelly !I Latest style of linen collar at I Rev; and Mrs Dana) : Sherrill :spent' :I liatii. ..let.triiliuliN.. plentiful -upjdy of water i'i i

manufacturer was a Daytona visitor'between ,the Chas. E. Gardiner Co's. several days this week at ('urmnaduon .I ,
0: i well trttami
art ,
L. H. ROWE & Co.. The Jewelers. trains Monday. II :&n orangf delightful snrfU .Jn

Mrs. L. F. Rice, of Jacksonville, a fishing trip. ;.I I'OIIflllnfH. ] and cold water piped into ; -

parents Miss at Louise their Foote Ridgewood joined home her Mrs. M. L. Dollins went to Or-r.1'I I[ j visiting her daughter, Mrs. \\.1) cSVe our line of fine meervhautn J I Lt.-St". liedrootn, :, parlor: dining room and -; 1 .\ Iron that irons. A luxury to

; lando Monday for a visit with f II F. Jibb, on West Volusia avenue. pipes at Young's Pharmacy i, 5 I i, women.
last Saturday. Dollins' sister at that place.Dr. I I kitrbra.. Completely furnished in all parties ""
Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. E. H. Shoemaker Mrs B. F. Ibach, of Auburn. N. : Sa'es.ll: per centf time and .
: nlara. Term
front Dx.1st to Nt 1008.I .
J. 0. Winn arrived
from Atlanta
G. A. Klock was called to Espanola i returned Sunday from a Y., arrived Thursday. The judge I j; per cent of fuel.
last week. His family will join him i : I're-etst l lessee Monday on professional business short bridal trip and are at their will join her here later. i. .I j; Ask yonr neighbor or
here about Christmas time. and returned with a patient for I j |home on Third avenue. ii I a bargain if taken at once. Winter supply of W. II. EDMONDSON. 1 1
:Frei! cream for whipping at. !
|A reprint edition of $1.50 novels hospital. I wool! on Land. ]
i t Barnes the Novelty Man sells: Mills. t
y for 75 cents at Clark's stationerystore. eOsTEopATHV-Dr. J. C. Herman, I everything in fishing tackle. i OH Oakri.ln'n11t', Seabreeze: between 0. S. BURNETT
Ballough tV: Melton have just { 1
opposite The Gables, Volusia an uue. I PtMricige and talks Strict, Woek southof .
I Frank Long, of Crescent City, a down a new well for .\. II. filing, of' : one j
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Trout are lo- Dr. R. Howe, of the Daytona San- II i Colonnades Hotel two blocks from Ocean ;II Tailor.Orders .
(| brother of J. T. Long i is visiting the Magnolia avenue. Mr. Kling is also >! : I
cated for the season with Mr. and itiriuin was a Jacksonville visitor'Ii j' latter at his pleasant home recently having considerable work doue on' : awl I (wie !bl.vk, from Halifax River. : Taken s
Mrs. J. B. Garrison business Wednesday and Thurs- Royal Tailoring
on Bay street. on
{ his and the I
completed on Daytona street. grounds park age in'J!
Mrs. J. M. Garland and daughter day of this week. front of his | I Cleaning, Pressing, Altering and
property.Atha j
Mrs (Jeo. W. Davis: and daughter CONRAD REAL ESTATE CO. i
Mist Rose returned Monday after- W. B. McCoy and family are oc- Repairing for Ladies and Gentlemen. I
Miss Ebtelle, of East Orange, N. J. $ She said, T. 1Curtis A1 *
noon and are occupying their homeon cupying C. G. Burgoyne's house on ';' ...... ..... We call for and I
friends of Mr. and \\ B Chitttn- Son's fruit stand looks good to me. I. .1..e.e e.1. .1 1 1 1 .1. -
South Beach street. Bay street having moved in from deliver all goods. I

Peter J. Doyle arrived Friday of Holly Hill on Tuesday. ,den.. are among the recent arrivalsLeave : A number of delegates came in :',........... .... .................................... Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. i,
I your orders fur Thanksgiving Wednesday to attend a convention: : : Phone! No.52:l .
last week and Mrs. *FUR SALE-Well broken !
at ,
joined Doyl.* goat .
Rirchwoud'tf.Mrs. of the Washfoot TUE
turkeys at Baptist. A-.SIH) lationctilnretl : : i
their Ridgewood home. J. II. Fro- wagon and harness, also light spring 'I I i
which lias becn ill ssion'at *
) sl :
iludreii !
and work harness. : Paul Lyoiiand three PINE WOOD
sen accompanied ilr. Doyle wagon Apply to 11 ..
.1. H Frosen, KM' S. Ridgewcxxi. tf of Braddock, Pa, friends of I ; the t nliutite I.aptlat. v nun II./ T:

Large shipment of .lardiniera Dr Rogers: arrived 1.1 tt't'1... and Midway, since Wednesday. uid will :

just received by the Bingham & Col. C. M. Bingham, of the Bingham are )located on Stomp Palmetto'close Sunday tvening. & HANAN at I FOR SALE

Maley Company. A Maley Co., spent! [ several i avenue. FUll Mi...--lne) first dat.isli *
I Ii
days at DeLand and ksonville !
Mrs. It. A. after- in condition :
Haynes gave au register: perfot at <.uc-
last week business. i i R. I.. Smith icicived neatly a .
noon tea last week to the ladies of on I h half cost at BarntV XotIttOft':: : .: $2 and $2.50 a Strand I
I :carload of tropical plants tins week .

Bay street in honor of several new r |I Mrs. B. H. H IH aril) and children, front 1'. Schultz at Hobo S und, I Ii The stock! *t<.Ie a man li on us last delm-ml from Iluk'hinfcon's
residents of that ''of Jacksonville with I) : -
thoroughfare.Mrs. visiting
are *
who is: engaged in their culture at neck and i presented Mr. nut l Mrs

M. Leis and daughter Miss: I the former's mother Mrs. Emma i that place.Heatherbloom. I IX: I I'Sllt.ar/' with a line boy ou Monday :pSUOE I: Wood[ Yard, west of

Julia arrived from Flushing. L. I., ,I Edick, on Volusia avenue. i i, underskirts, black I without notifying us until u<, : :, : railroad on Magnolia! an nI -

last week and are at their home on :i Call and see my new line of im- late for Saturday's i issue. ?!>ilh' + I
( aud gray, also black voile skirts at I
South Palmetto avenue for the win : |ported linens and silk hose. Osie the Chas. E. Gardiner Co's. the stork ii growing weary. ahe :: ::1 Ul'.

ter. I, Foye Crenshaw, corner Palmetto I has been a very busy bird! here bur! :::1'Hutchinson

:01 course you will attend the and Live Oak avenues. :->.',t'I I I Wednesday Mrs. G. .\for. Klock Morrisville and baby, N. left Y., I some months. ::4: Offers the ease of soft pliable leathers : & Brittle.

Old Maids' 'I Leverett H. Cutten of the firm of :-Dr.: O.! W. '
Convention Thanksgiving Waggoner, HomeoiuJ: ,
where Mrs. Klock was called by a I ,,== H :',,fNNN
night You ran nut afford to Staples I & Cutten, left Monday" afternoon telegram announcing the death of thic physician and surgeon will ,be :J: and the elegance of smart styles: made : '' Ni R i

miss it.Mrd. for a visit to Monmouth, located 1 at his residence on Palmetto I ClarkOPTICIAN.
Maine. He expects to return about her father on a previous day. avenue" three iKiors south of CuiigieJ::: permanent by the very best material : :: ii
Rosseau aud
child of New
the first week in De.einl.er. I *to: to the Atwood Pharmacy and gational church about I Ikv l"tli' tf :J I!!
Smyrna, returned hot week with il
other places for reserved seat ticketsfor and skilled workmanship.) :
Mrs. Rosseau's mother Mrs. M. A Mrs. R. M. Cjuigg and I children, The yacht "Overhook,1uwnetl by *
the Old Maids' (ConventionThanksgiving 4 .... ..
Saxon and will visit her for a timeat I who have been visiting Mr. and 'I Win. Barnes, of Philadelphia touched f 'I I'i
night I ii ,
her home in Kingston. Mrs. II. E. Quigg on North Beach I at this platy 'Ihursilay, t'lIr.utc i I.... } ..i.It
The children of the kindergarten BROS ,
street, left Monday for Orlando public from Jacksonville to Miami ILe l H h
Dr. S. VV. Riggs of Pittsburg,, will make Thanksgiving ;; ::
where will visit for time bo- up a yacht brougtit down from Camden .
they a was H"l'S Examined Free. i'
who for several seasons! has wintered .. .
fore returning to their home in bosket. fur donation to some Maine, by 1a11I01ll1i..ith.I : *.................................................... ...... ..
at the Hotel arrived Friday -
Despland needy family us has Ixrii the usual .- -- --- :ii: \fc I'l.irL! 'J
She is
Miami twenty-five feet l 1>ng with an ; Jewelry Store :
of last week and is again at Icustuniof; the kindergarten in the beam. I Ieightftxd *......1.............................11.....11..11.. 'U :
.6....... .... ...... ...... ........ .
that popular hoaterly fur the seavm. I Don't) forget the Bond Lumber : _.....*.*.-.*.......::.-..::<----.-:::.
Past. I
Co, sell the Cummer orange box. I For Rent: -rttom l ni ,e. furnishe ( ,,- :. 1f.\UF.\X.. ---
Chickens[ and turkeys fur the:'I Special prices in carload lots l'-5! *See Barnes the Novelty Mau,1. I l, OH S. Palmetto avenue. .\I1II111d-l I *: LIVERY AND TRANSFER co. :
holiday trade J. T. P. B. DOBBINS
at Long'lIorne.r for MI.II\.t'lIir }>ost cards, fine assoitnient 1 ,
Fairview avenue and Daytona street Among; professional cards, beginning I em cuiltv'etlrenels Apply agents, "r *: t ; S.- JAMES Rl\, Manager. :
with this issue, will be found and new ones arriving daily. C. -I. Meting i I 1tJI I 117, Daytona; tf C!i : N ..tnnr,-. Yhurhdt.'Inp' Ito ,tn.rod GUN AND LOCKSMITH.
N. Wheeler, of Volusia avenue,, I Mr. and Mrs I J. H (Mark arrived I 1 n1.1.I.., I !"Ir. ItuuaUUt, : i UuxT.il pairing. key fitting saw filing. -
left l Friday of last week for GroveCity that of M. Josie Rogers M. I D. Dr.) Mrs. ('. M Grey .and W. E.: Longe ,, :. *' 'S ''I' ..lllraID-. C5gcxg.I llaulf. Trunks, values! : umbrellas and
Rogers is a homeopathic physician, lost week! from Xtwiw'rtla: and i were united in Mr. '' *: c .. "'111'1&1''" III 01"ur. tau" : : rlar"I repaint and recovered. Budges,
kk marriageat '
where he andwhere .
properly located Mr.I Plum I i> InsKuLLcr bUuiptf mid
he will spend the winter. His a daughter of Mr. and Mrs I D. D.) j arc on : avenue. i I I/ nge'b home ou lV.lIevue: avenueSaturday .. : .................................................... official seals.JS: : :South Brach: Street
Clark i is memlicr of the Inn ofi
a I llaytonaIto.
of this and
Itogers city, has many evening at l IU: UxL. --- -- -- -
: < -- -
will him in
family join attk !
or __ _
two. warm friends here. Clark .\ Watlon, dealers in fish! I II h'ev: I II. I H. Mutter of the M r. I.. J ....................................................

|I. )wiiey's Candies.IlANkis's I oysters, etc.tNunnally's. I church officiating TIlt't"d.lillg I :: TWO BARGAINS .i Nois the time
tTutoring-Mrs. W. 11. Edmond-
1 r I The (Druggist.) I Candies, weekly sliijHlNklN was a piiet one, only invmliTs "f f'J' : :
son, Ridgewood. tf lI I 11IIt-litS. *. The I Ituggist) i f the familv In-ing prc-bent j J: tIll' >t 1'1(1/: /IP", 11..11 .. uii'lll'l d..loI.I |,,r.li, l.li.tn.' Light.l l< ..|pholu) .. J you want everything
Tom Costello and wife arrivedlast ,
Miss Inez Conrad, a nun of the, I .. 4: 1.10". ''' I !1..1( '..', f...t ,,ll Ihdrw:, ..Nl! ht I -.'.-,11< ft.et. (;.,,><] (rare. Lug. *
week and Capt. I 1.t'\11 KIlenvvotHl has the I: 'Ft'UStlt. Two and three .
are busy preparing sear : J. ,... ...
1I111111..r (
Railway Hospital at St. Augustine,, grOlI" \ : arhtrtrsgNN1 I 1 I"uer" A oxud hoin fur .
the Palmetto House for the winter's! J1 contract for transiting the orauge" old citrus: nursery stock at (Puiutiirove ; : -..n.... ?n,.. : : to look bright and
was summoned hat. week to attend Ii I
business. This will be Mr. Cos- ('fClpof Mound Srove and other ( Price icasoiialde KerdNordmau :: flue ..1\.. Hilum ('',iti;.! 'M.IM- slurry ,l.uiMirtgi M UH\.V| feet it ua-. :

her brother, Willie O. Conrad, vvhc telhi's eighth year as porter of this groves in the vicinity from Bulow t proprietor. _'l Isl I J JMr (rd.nlfullx| r .rry ..lree't. .V .,.*>. littkIHUIM. f new. A little paint
broke his the Seabree/t} I
arm at Chamberlainwill to Ormpnd) or this city fur shipment, : Th I 'r pl.K'1. :III m iiiuL't"u. Jll.-llI"\I..r (II-"I..n:& eNxlltwlydS. : ; :
house. Mr.
popular and Mrs W. B. Baldwin and ] ,
school. : 1..1. \ 1,111.1, :end, I' I..nl'' 1I..r 1.\. :
he down shortly after Thanks for which j>urj use he will probably! ; : i and little varnish
j(daughter Miss Marie, of Newburg, : < 0111".1\.1':"' a
What is Lily Water? Call at I I use the Iixie.I ) Ii |' .
giving. N Y., arrived Sunday and ale at the <
electric :
the light planqRev. ) i' II. T. McCLELLAN :
|tEat SchraiTt's chocolates and| i Mansfield Creamery: Butter and Ivy I.ane Inn for the season Mr J. stain will do wonders
and Mrs. H.o'. Marsh and I 1 I Buttcnne in l1i : king'ton or Ua)tona, l1oriJa. : ,
bon bons, sold by Young's Phar- i I Purity ono fiouudblocks !and Mrs I Baldwin arc not strangers .

Mesdames C. II. Abbott and L. ACross macy. (! at Itirrhwoxl'e.i i to Daytona, having/ wiuteied here < ....................................................*
attended as delegates the conference toward this end.
l before. failed to -- ----
of the East Coast Congregational A. C. Kirby and family are occupying !i Mrs F. II. Alfred and little !I although they eujuythe ,
W. W. Abercrombie's house | daughter of :Montreal Canada, I line weather of last hinter with ** *** **** *** **** ********** **************************
.: churches held} } at Interlachei 1 i arj |
last week. on Ivy I.ane for the winter, having; j rived Tuesday as the guests for a : Ut. .: 2 Mor>c Potter I'l mpinjc )Engine :. We have them.] 1 1j

j rented it last week through the Conrad -1: time of :\J rt. Itin ,,haw and I daughter: tRikery goods, stiully l&"III'III.t"', : A HARCiAIN; ; *

|Use Bethe oda ginger ale, soh I | Real Estate Company. Mr.I Miss irate. Mrs Alfred, who! was)IIi CI1Ih! every day at Ma"s ('af f... k j

by Young's Pharmacy. I I Kirby; is not a stranger to Daytona I' ) >s Maude flush, was at one time ,' The II. F. i>i>iigla>s 'I" ka k I I 1111- fii;;inc lias IMTII "li.dlt-: #: Bingha 1& laleyCo. i

H. C. Chapman and family o f)1 having conducted the Van )Dorn a resident: of 1I.1ytllll\, living with pureluasr.l l by I:. :S. Malcv ha.. ,.., ly
-. Fenwick Conn., are occupying thi Il House on Beach street, during the'' her t parents on l:'idtewoii>l aU'IIIIt'I removed (Will its origin!lal \I' :I t niiinili llcr. All tinSlIIJl'l '* FURNITURE UNDERTAKING J

J. M. Carson cottage on West Mag-I{ winter season. two years ago t Nevv line IIC crockery and glass. I: at the corner of I'ahuett'. .r. ., 'iKllts; lil\J-: I h.11, .rt'-:*

p uolta avenue having rented it las L''i *For Rent Furnished-' room ,' ware just "IIt"IIt'llup l at Runt's No\-1;, and War strttt to a I..t! .... u. I IIr. 1 1 U; .m'tl. (CaiMrity; : KHHI. :jjalIons -

f week through the Norman S. Daytorreal 1 i ami. :, ) Maley<< further south ''ii I'allill':n I 1 SEABOARD 1
j i residence>, corner ijulgewoocl lell> Storo [>tT hour.. lla>, i nll '>'
estate agency. 1 Orange at |XT 0. P. R. Itennctt tl f'' avenue. Harry Hough l IN ill,; ,Hchlr Fear 1
: ... :
o\\cr. Air Line
+ i .
' Buy the Cummer orange box, I 1 The Misses:: Grace BinglaarnlIall'l t i ,ge of the ureurinu.; "u 1..r.o.1, __._i..II.n't. : : Railway.iv.iiina'i

the best box and costs no more. I In this issue appears an advertisement i Stibng: Wilhelmina Politz awl I Il | STAPLES & Cl Tll'. Central. Auto Oarage, Phone io : :" : : !' Ciilumbia} Camdcn: Sou-
you of Clark iV: Walton, dealers ueenie l McFaddea attended the !! .\ full line ol Iludnnt'I I 'i fun.- Ivvv1141114was4tvvv4,4v4v..........i4............ h-. I in Pint i, lialiegh: HicLm'I.W.IiugtAJII ,
For male by the Bond Lumber Co. | I at Young I'laarmat.y.Yuuratleutiuo .
fish clams who have (Christian I'.ndeavor Convention held I - 1 Baltimore 1'111 laIdphia
{ ,. Special prices is carload lots. :'3-51 I'i iI in oysters, etc., -
I opened a market on Cottage avenue j it: Del-ind) on the I l-'lh, li'tlt awl ; i i-> <.all.-<| i to ih! "I l lvertiscment ................ ................................. : ,l New York

Mrs. W. 11. Tancre a sister off I Mr. Clark looks after the business: 1 17th, the two l lost named going as I I elaewlifiv ill tln., 'i--ui CLARK & ATION, : : '. ;' FISH 4I .

Mrs. E. K. Pratt of Bay street i I here, while his partner keeps him'!' t t delegates from the junior branch of ; , < < > \ I r(0.1'.It'gant. Trains Daily

stopped here Saturday for a few supplied from the fishing grounds: :, 1 ton the society here. IwusC! under the efficient 1II.111.1i-'. I "i\-"Jodrd I I l.xpressN : .1

days visit. with Mrs. Pratt. Mrs. Indian River. When in want of :: Slle.Ir home i meat of Mr. and Mrs W.r Foli! /; tie: : _"" ,_ t. '. 1 11.\> \ 1' \ \ I I .ii I. I II| i\ I t ., ., .%\tiil

Tancre was on her way home to I anything in their line give them a i( For Rent: or ; air ( is again open to public During, ; ................. .................... .
: and 2nd avenueEvery '.' ,
Ridgewood I
; 1 n illiuan Equipment
Ankona from a visit north. call. I the just summer it has beau rein'I' i

I' I improvement' and furnished com-j I tied and it* capacity lar-.Jy: increased ...*1..11..............*..1.111111*1............111I .* .
:' JFoR SUE-Mosler safe, weighing :JFou SALE-My place on North j |plete. First-class piano for sale ; to allow the manageun'ntcare '<' ... : JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINE

about Silt< pounds. Apply J. ]Ridgewood 512 ft. frontage, ..room : I,cheap. nto. H LIIAVK.;. tf j! :
II. Frosen tOO S. Ridgewood. tf ]house flowing well bearing fruit I I'In for its growing patronage : :NOKHJLKA..
this issue of tie Ga/ette-News j i ASK ABOUT NO. 8 j
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Peck are visiting 1 trees grape vines, etc., at a bargain. a notice from the city authorities -' trt to Kluns s for live ..tutdresed I I E\. ui9iii tickets (..11iaJe Dullv. j

.p their daughter, Mrs. F. W. 25::!: 3t F. H. BUGLE, Holly Hill. IYrs. | appears for bids cement. turkeys for Thankgiviui.T. (: 1 or full iiiforButtiu& and bfetfr rcservatiou -
calling on I' r.JI I >, of S
: i amp crest !aboard or

Amazon at Jacksonville. Mr. Peck Cieo. A. Weaver and daughter walks on Beach street where property W. H Gardiner is nuking. an ;.11>i. ..................................................1.1,. \Hi'f .
hat purchased the property of his Miss Beatrice joined Mr. Weanver i owners had failed to construct i ditiou to the rear of his !building -.. ,:. bO\LSTO.V, JKJ. .
son, W. IL Peck on Loomis avenue : will ." ** **.** *. ********.******** *******.** ********** **t. .* t ";c.' nJ taaaseo; r \.t,
week there which when
Friday of last coming to.: them. It now appears{ that completed giv

and on their return will make their Daytona from Newburg; N;. Y. I: will be little left for the city to do, I him one of the finest 1 store! rue..mon t Cabinet and Repair Shop .:. ..;A&oiiMiy: Ha.

home there. They are located in Dr. P. H. Uen : so generously I has the work been Beach street. The addition "f( s- ....

I ik # Fu,, '. .. .' 1't! t ,. -- !:' ,m. I .'. I : ,- i :' r \\ It
used i i
will IK : ;
the feet aH.I ? HNLS1 l'
avenue taken recently by I : as:
nett's Orange i : MIL
Co's.orange cottage on propertyowners twenty : .
The Lumber new up :
Cummer .
:,.i : i:!I, : :,. .:.. ;t.' ..n. ;MI :., i MiW. ,.: : ... .
boxes sold by the Bond Lum- for the winter. Mrs. Weanr's'father tLem *I\'E'''. I room and the present work I.it'm : i. r ;,..... ., J f.. "t..:,_', .. .. .. ? -. It. 7 BATI-IS\
accompanied i will I made of the .li-pLu.\
J. W. Thomas a part .
ber Co. The best in the market. Mrs V Vuillaume left Tuesday: : G. HOBBS.
them and will spend the winter room by too removing of the !-sits' .. I
; 1
23-5 :
'*' Special prices in carload lots. fur Jaiksomille. where he will tion them **.***..1*#*..*..****.*.*. ..**.**.*****.**.******** ON _
with them. i ifFi'R now separating [t.II: II.\ \\L. WIIMI.k: :
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Taylor, of i! spend a few days with her niece .......*.... .*...*.4.*...*..................**...*.*. *
Miami stopped over here the latter REM-Seaside: cottages, completely I Mrs. -f. II. Douglas and then go to 'You might jut at'1: hategood. ,'I'| i N. h l S ,- l. laThe i LILY WATER
their home furnished from to 1.11! El Paso, Texas: : tv visit her son pure and fresh candies w'n' 'n t i *
part on way I b tsca' W.tcr f.r T
latter suitable for boardinghouse I Ethau Vuillaume and wife It is you are buying: to have stale: >1.11I' : \ .: -. .' \ .t.\\I..i., ..: .
(rom the north for a visit with their rooms I Glenn I' "I t. : : : LIGHT
son, R. D. Taylor and family. Theyare toilets, some electric lighted j' probable that her brother, David dies. They cost you no more au.1uftel1 1 :

with that Inquire Cherokee cottage, opposite I Deuell, of New Mexico, will join herat le=:$. .f .\. fiuteS: s. i <.'' 1.t: .,; \ I .,t. L H.i.-"I.1.I:. :. I'LAti'fZ

they so are pleased seriously considering Daytona maI \- wind mill on board walk. Seabrctze.1 El Paso: and aceouipaa.v her ou make only tie test and< then ate: h ..:. I.t: ... .:._. .:. J }t'r.lrb.a, '-.wat:: .t the II :

',- ing their home here. her return t.. Cuta.P always: fresh: ..t...................................*....*...*.....


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If You % 8STORAN6E{ YRAPS, Ask( for As is the Unoln usual Servfce custom union services The Through schedule Trains of to the be Florida Resumed.East I .i: FOUNTAIN CITY I (f

will be held on Thanksgiving Coast Railway will change again'

Day by the various churches, this next Monday night, the old schedule : Transfer Stitles ; :

year at the First Baptist Church at I being resumed and the night train I T Livery and r

10:::,0 a. m. The program i is as hrough to Miami placed in commis : i
I I Oak are
1 follows: I sion again. For several months i HacsmeeallfltTh00 13. o1BLACKSMITHING 1 and Life :
teRtltl :
URt'twnorr >r' AIRctl u e
r Ig i r tK'rt/R + r. I11at0.4r/l! t.gf C xurhl>: itr! > Organ Frelude. only one train has been
it Rif a n. R RriA r.l r r f t } { 1 1 I t t 4 rtc operateddaily REPAIRING.
frrnftr Y4 -tAV / IM + 4tRw Hymn 201. All standing. AND .
.' me a Q llmla- aIn iw between Jacksonville and :
1 N t It 111 4 t R O M i R f1
s II t s'r : M = tt skRtt t + Invocation ne11.. B. Gibboog.
1 nttteoPt n a ., t 1c1N irtt it c d rv $ na Miami. Commencing Monday( two : "
Anthem. Choir. Shoeing.
k,.. f 1. tc p!t a v a te r J t le 1t i I Fainting and Horse
Reading of Presidents Proclamation, i through trains will be operated t
O It A lft u r / j t 4 1'w : ? !) R Rev E. C. Iiudron.Nino. : daily the trains to New Smyrna : G A. FOYE. Proprietor.
a It .1 K (.r .1KRir f r/Af Q ;t t1 1 R >R Mrs. A. II. Schmidt. the .............. ..
P making .
wG S A OA/0 t 1 t through trip. i ...... .
tt R t
to .....
u u tt ,qtAtA Prayer. Rev. B. F. March. ........... ... ........
., f >F 1- { It r. rc R 11 R r t ,M 1 It r. This will be good news for the .
w f 1 : 1.0{ 1 K rt Gloria. Choir.
f p n ., < 1 rr 1 R ; ," .
.. .lt traveling public as it will make '
R1 4
{ I r-r' 4 E'vUK ? t _! f t o tf i. L Hymn 1.Sermon.
R 111x/1/ 6i N (i a rK 'I a Rev. L>. H. Kutter.Solo. travel more convenient and enable '.
1 AR6tl0o h dM .-1< .
r lr K l t Mrs. C. C. Bohannon. residents of the lower east coast to i

I Collection for the Poor Fund. make quicker round trips to Jack I Mateo Cigars j
Hymn 234. San
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I'a' / t y i r A } p 1r it o' t Benediction.Organ Postlude.. sonville.( .

4 R It a 1' t R sit 9t *An intimate knowledge of the '

A Pleasant Dance.i building interests of this locality, E Have MadeA

If a IKt3 r n: tc, l t will '
rl6 r la : a t R I save you many anoyances, and !
fl L t !( rc rtt l ,if + I i The dance held Friday night of i
t (Ii' a r,3tllt R: :I r $ R r f t. ou 1 A M parr Tnd M.rlt I I last week at the Palmetto clubhouse perhaps extra costs. Let us advise

!. on Orange was a very pleasant affair with you ty costs you nothing. Reputation of i '

Clje Best and most economical to Use j i and the proceeds' which are for the Xorman S. Dayton, Iaytona. c \

I benefit of the I Episcopal: choir, For Kent and For :Sale: cards: for ; r
j I amounted l to fifteen dollars. sale at this office. Their Own. .

FOR SALE BY The }hall was comfortably> f filled,

about twenty-five couples' participating ................;.........I

R. S. \ Daytona, there "
were numerous spectators. A East Coast
of the
AlcCALL New refreshing punch way served. ............r.r...........i, the greatest: industrial triumphs ,.
IRELAND I & Smyrna. - -- -- -- -
Mrs. F. M. Davidson and daughter J\OTlCE. : since the freexe.

_. -- Mrs. May Brower furnished the Notice is hereby<< given that on the ) 1
20th; day of December, A. I). l'J07 the the
The Kllenwood that peninsula
between of tobacco
Made from the choicest growths
Why n< t Lavaour own music i which was a great attraction, undersigned guardian of Gladis Morean
I Ila)tuna and Daytona He I'h.1111- especially to those who hail in the Wannacott and Catherine Wethcrby'I :- of Florida and the Island of Cuba can produce, and ,,:rapped -

FIRE PROTECTION ciux-d running: on the regular I past enjoyed the pleasure( of dancing Jones J., minors Lee .McCrory!, will apply, County to the Judge Honorable of- :- } I w'iththe rich silky leaf grown on East Coast plantations,

I b)' installing this selfcontained hair hour schedule for the winter to it. Volu County Florida, for an order to''' :- the ci Igo r industry of the world has never produced better goods.

Pumping Outfit. If you xaaun lat: Monday in charge of U. I So successful: was: the dance that sell an following Undivided lot,.ne-piece<'ihth or parcel interest of land inthe For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the UnionNews ..
1\ L. Hayden, who conducted l the ferry tithe in lying and being: in the County of Volu- '
have; any doubts of the protection : charge are considering Florida.
last for EIlt.'n\HlolI. six, and State of Florida, to-wit:-Xorth Company' on every
it will afford in addition : eason Capt. gmnir another within the next few onehaltl( I) <>f lot four ((4)), except i

to pumping, the water for all For Rentals see Norman S. Udton ) )'- weeks. West 200 feet,.'and South one-half (SD') i'i Twenty sixes, styles] and grades. to select from.
of lot five ()), block thirteen ((13): ). |
other purpose' call at the heal: Estate AgencyV.. II. Ed- Hodgtnan's Daytona..tl.LIN.1 '.
Stockholders' Meeting.Notice EDITHA WETHEKin ': 1 mi>J*! SALl: BY ALL DEALERS.Manufactured .
shops lIfJOE umdson. Manager( first dour south
Ttiis Xov. ''
23 IVO; Ciuardian.; -
OSBORNE or[: )ostoflice. tf[ i is hereby given that the Fitzgerald & Oates: I : By
the plumber, who will demonstrate An error occurred l in our article Annual Meeting of the Stockholdersof Attorneys for Petitioner.<< ;. W. ROWLEY, FLORIDA SAN MATEO .

the heel, Kilo V ISeetl Co., will
with one in operation. 011) cement walks last week, which Notice: For Bids..Notice I

stated that walks had been cuntructed lie held at "Moundgrove," Volusiacounty 'la..fa la..a. a..a..a..a..a,
is hereby giveu that sealed i ll"'la..a. j1iLli<k'.ilLhNorman
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r **0********************** ************.****+********. in front of the Riverside: on Monday, the 2ml Lids will lie received by the City ofDavtona
f Inn, formerly the Halifax House, day of 1 IktY IIIIJt>r. I PNi: at lo o'i i for the construction of cement, I

, GEO. P. JOHNSON | when it should ha\e read "in front clock! a. in. L IS. K'II', sidewalks a.s required by ordinance, and I
:N I-:'t t President.' as |,,:t specifications ou file in the office
f the HiverbiJe Ion formerly the
o __ of the City Clerk. Persons bidding shall S. Dayton -
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER j jr Fountain City House, and also in (-Utlicial u Publication state the prior |*r a-Uare| foot, and the
, ) I
[front of the Halifax House, whichjolts number of square feet they are prepare.1
Presentment of Jrmd Jury Fall lerm
DAYTONA HUACM. FLORIDA.Kstimatrs the Riverside Inn on the. north !Nineteen Hundred end Seven. to build within the next thirty days REAL ESTATE.
allli is separate and distinct from it. and all bid; must l lte tiled with the City
Your Brand Jury for the Fall Term of (Cleik not later than Deeetulwr 1, A. I).,
: I iMirnislu'd on Short -\otil't'. the Circuit Court Volusia County Leg 1'JOT.! The successful bidder or bidders
I Low Titles! for !Movember. leave to report that they have OIl l!>llcd will be required to execute a bond I in Care of pioju-rty. 1st door south of johlofllce.p w, II. EDMONDS -

A. M. I'. M.Vov their duties and make this their final I the t IiUllle of five hundred ( dollar} : >N, Manager, Daytona, Fla. Plans, Estimates: andSsrps'riilfenncntr -
All work done in a strictly] lirst-class manner. : 1............................. J:3I: !,::5!J presentment.All The (5UOJ : Lumber
City Council: reserves the | yard, ltgnliavenue andF.
to ,
i XU2................... ..........10:25: I 10:57: buildings belonging to the right ..
Ag-t'nt for Stairway Dust Corners. Nov 3.............................11:15: :; 11:31 hNoy ave been examined and found to county be in reject order any or of all the bids.ilv City. Council. I E.f.f. hail+rav. Phones at office, yard and) residence.lSUblKti'tl .

.................................................... 4.. .........................12.-0.: .iNov ........ excellent! condition and repair We .\. Ue}'. I'urh'r.l'itl1"rk.. I.I

5.............................12:II! 12:55::) would recommend that the count]} -. ----1-Ij 10 j -
.N/N.....................N.NNNNNNN....NNI Nov 6.; ........................... 1;UO 1:35: judge's office be provided with molt ............................'........-........N.....

:Nov 7............................. 1:45: 2:22: light and ventilation. We would al*1 \ liCE. : : .!>! tram! Our Prices are IUalathebIDr1 the Beat. .
'T Ask for the Bread :Nov 8....................... ..... 2:1:1::\ ,;; rel'l'l1IwenJ that the county ronuui.ssioneM II The people of Daytona, I lorida, arehereby I II : : '
notified that on and after XU\.I| PORTABLE : _
:i Nov 9..3.U; 4:00
: : give this their immediate
: \ with the oft Nov 10 ............................ 4.05 -I:j.: tiou. I 4th Ixwal, 1907j Union' the Xo.wages 105X of the Brotherhood pointer", of of :. 1r ItE 1 SAW MILL OUTFITS :

stamp Nov 11. ... ...................... 5.03: .:;); We have found the County olli't'Skept Painters, Decorators and Paper Hangers .- the beet on t-artb. foDllne8..
Nov 12 ............................ ti.O" 0:55Xov in u very thorough and neat manner I I. America will tte l i.3: .;1) per day of : g and liollrr slat all kinds of .
13............................ ;:11 V01Xov and all oilierrs were courteous anJ eight hours. Signed w y. 1"-s' wont working niacbloery and .
t 1I Iit11J1 1)Wlthli) d Nt'' Daytona i 14 ............................ S>::30 y.Ol kind. Ci.! HOLLAXI, Kec. Sec.HEKM. : mill' upplles. We carry a :
Bakery large Mock and can make .
Nov )15............................. 9&1 10:02Xov : We wkh to thank our elhccut State", SCI1KAG.HOST,Fin.Pres.Sec.CHARLES Immediate t til patent.U ,

10.............................10:31: ; 10:.1 .\U.ruey, Juhu C. Jones, for his kind attention I,It today for our illustrated -
Xov 17.. ........................11:30 11 :.10 and excellent advice during uur First! pub. Oct. 5, last pub. XlIJ.: : catalogues. We can save you money. :
;. H. E. QUIGG, Nov 18........................ ...12PJ: !) .... ... deliberation We also our w I :Notice to :\on-Resilient. Coiupltte line carried in stock Address all letters to .
uI.rt'-s lil
Nov 19! ........... .. ..........12:35 1:01:. preciation: to His Honor the Cin-ui In Circuit Court Seventh : MALSBY COMPANY, AT LAN rtY TA.j( ROIA. !

t Nov 20............................. 1:0: ; 11.: :;, Judge, for his several c.>urten! s to u..1 Judicial in and for Circuit: Florida .........................4...............N..... .:
"t"I Ifr Proprietor. Nov 21............................ I:.; 2:1: JJ We deem it not inappropriate' to say I Florida.Volu.-iu III'Chainfry County N

..............N...N................................ XO:2: : : :3.03 that He deplore and deeply regret together : H. I1. :Stnther
-- Nov 23........... ................. 3.03 3:3.: with all Volusia County, the unfortunate 1acnuir
..................................................... Xov 2L.. ...................... 3:3.1:1': ; death of l'I,a+. M. KurU: L d elJ!I!!,I B.1t hllan.I Adams. :" and FULL QUARCHAS.BLUM I 1 I

Xov :25.... ..... ..... ........... 4:14 1Nov :/* deputyrhrritTof Volusia i County. Ii f,| To Jennie K. Adams and lime H IL..an. ; fULL
I 20... .. ... ............. 4:55 3:.J1 I his death this county has lost a nut; !> You are hereby required to appear, t.)
: To the Jamestown Exposition via I Nov 27 .... ..... ........... 3:1(.j li;i'33XovL'S faithful and efficient! public servant one I i I{'I the Hill of Complaint filed htn'in agalI( .-t r

: .. .... ..... ...JI: 7:25: who was both courageous and kind and' i j'you' I In-fore in the the 2nd above day entitled:of Di-eember.cause A on O.or ( ,t EXPRCSS

Nov 29. .. 7 4j \.11 t one who could be depended upon at all 11!,'I 19+'1i. The Daytona t :l.utte8 thereby : I
Nov 30. ... ....... v.4': W.13 times and undo r conditions\ ;;: dC"lgnatl'lllLo; the nc-w.-paier|, in I PREPAID
|; \\hit h thi order shall LtIubli ht..!
Atlantic I We would carucatly coiiimeiid tour '.] one a wink: for eight ,'...nStruti'e'l.ks.. I
Coast Line. Daytona Institute. i Board of CVunty l't.mnai&o..trs'that 1 \\' tnl''s mv hand aiid .-<-ul of f>!ohms I $4t9
: Year. they offer a reward 1.)0\1) < for the tin ;2nd day of October .\ I n. t'.KT! ) i .
i SAM'L.{ D. JO It DAN "le.-k ,
Miss S. Kli/ubt'th Stoeverl'rincip 1. apprehension' = and arrest of Henry Itich-: j
I JolTZ.aR.I.H.tl.TEo': ,
Xo. I. :Seminole block, Beach St. south p I arts, the who! cruelly shot to : I II '
People| all OUT Florida, see till Atlantic IWt Line "Purple i negro so | Solicitor for Complainaii, i 'r
of Orange death on Xov. 1th hot lh') 'puty SheritIW. otuxF
Folder" for Mhodules to the Jumcbtowii KspOMtion.Two l'u Class l.in and Individual Instruction.jof P. Ildwards: an utiiccr! who wa!> fear-| i j" SHERIFFS"SME.. I I Z. ',
pupils needing special> : inutructioii. i -, .,
leas in the din of his dutil.atHJ 1! t
Llocution, Literature Current barge : J
daily trains each; way with through Pullman buffet Bleeping I n<.k-i and by virtue ..f allt.: -> II J"II u,ws.uaF DfllYfRtD fOil
Events; for mature clashes.J. who by lib d'otil'ue Up his life i in rawl. J l '
ivU'-d! out of and under tht.ca1 "I the X
f, SCO.t
cars.Season!. pt-rforrning an otlicinl duty dtvolving 5 ,I Circuit Court for Voluaia l'..unty. tl..r-I I 517511* BAYS!' $12<
T. LONGClifllcfMEATS upon him. lIe was an officer! WK> "it- ida in a suit 'ending in aid! Court JKKSOMYUE HA. rCf l9
sixty days and l lifteon days limit excursion tickets on I' much loved and r"toptcteJ. and was held 1 wherein A. .\. EIN-IM.! i-oinplumaiii.i I "
and ('to. I'. Johnson i is Jfeu.lant. I Ihave i
a sale daily from April 1'Jth to Nov. :-Olli m high esteem by all who knew him. i levied ,
at low rates. Lath excursions upt|' -n as the property of the CHAS. BLUM &
We rerpecfully i submit: the foregoingand said defendant, and will sell :,t pubs< COMPANY
F. at very low rates. I a.-k your honor for a final disc harge.S. i.:. auction to the highest :land last! bidder .\l.J.xrr: P.U-ST BREWING CO i
A. WOOL. Foreman ; for cash" in front of the court hour Blue I .
door at Lit rarld, in said Beer and
: county "n the Lewis
For rates, Pullman reservations i and. all 1,1.IItNOLIr: : SreUry.ThereU 66
: Whiskey
information .
first Monday in 1 H-ceml-er., \ l I'. l'! 07. S nd tor 1'rar LtsfI ,
wiito or call on I ]>oii the Judge thanked the iK'ing the setitttl day of said, inonth I, JACKSONVILLE. t '

f of All Kinds. I II brand; their Jurors, for their =services, and ordered during<' follow the ing legal;de.KTibcd hours of saltf real 'stat. r <, +;1..-iith .:..................... r.........................FLA. I.i i'

I i FRANK C. BOYLSTON 3 I will keep a choice! line of Florida i I I fished in the general newspapers p.esentment i-f the wunt flu V.>- bUxk wit-Lot.eighteen thr..... Urush:and and Stewart mnete.i.- siUi,', I i,,, : MALLORY : r rL

I And further ordered! the vision of :'th""t'/.f-: \ ..IUM.I ,. i; \ .
; l 1)irlrat i Pas eter .gent. Atloutii- Line.JACKSONVILLE. and vvcbtcru meats: always. on I tions therein eunt.am..1 fl't''lIullt.'nJ'1. Florida.Said :
Ii I Corner Fairview avenue and hallJ.j l iioticr of the pus tar' parties.SAML. lIlt'I I aid l propi rt, > will b, -"i-i '. .' ,-;.\ LINES i '
e\e< ution. mtre aDd io ; ; i I';t.ctiilii .
,I FLA 1 I' JOHDAX, ';: >f{> thereon. J. I li.: TI! I Il! M I I U:
. ..tNN!.M........................... ........... I'tonaSt Phone I II''' j I Cltrk! "f the Circuit_ .Court. :' :Sheriff "f \ .u.-i.it ".'i|iu; r'j SPECIAL l PASSENGER-HPRESS : _,
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IE :
Lori. .t and
V! moist thoroutfli.y etuipd" oast.NO passenger" ale-unship.* on t'1!' i',
PILLS fyouhavt :

e : ila. .r lit ... : sold to e1C\'f'd .
;J' FOR -=/ parsrm'''..ipHHs-) halls, thus in- :

Headache n -i 1'.L'W't"'I'I.'\' "-:. '" in) ,
FOR :.'\T la. SSHC.!
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I.;_ NEURALGIASCIATICA. ID lu.lnK .WJtjol i )I .\H.HilIT SAILUnSgh the .
:\ "SE.t '
IoL.IIS: .
\ hruIIllb litkrts" sol.) to :
1\1\ They Relieve Pain S r"IrUrJillll .attri tioas offer..! I.\. Norther no n tlirt D ln".J' Fur roll tnruru.atluu )
tk.k..b. IRjtam".
r1 1l1'1.Iv, | tu tt \ RHEUMATISM. Quickly.leaving'no! : i,11. I IRONMONGER
Jr. 122: wlrll'1""t''f'
'!>t Bay Stmt, '
1 '
BACKACHE. bad AEter-eEEect. taut r."< : A8rnt Jad"OD\'lllt', Florida.Daytona .

f.I PAIN CHEST.: ....................II...lark..... Local......\gt'D......UJtytoua......,.uh.1.'-........... r.r.1t..1. .; .

II . .
1 ? fv I Ice :
: Company
Ii of f ie, Tablets 25 Centa :: ,
ai ANA TME 11N IS GONE. ever Sold in PURE ICE .
... d
I + Facture from Distilled Water. ,
i corner haJlnwdaud -
1I 1\\ 1'ulusia a\ nue.
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