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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title: Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: September 12, 1908
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
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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
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Daytona, Florida, Saturday, September 12, 1908. Oat rmui.t Me Ilam.i m Daytona .m vicimt. Price 6 Cents 1

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THE REGISTRATION BOOKS S- I LABOR UNIONS FIUIILY SOME **********************************...******."**,** .
GINGHAMS[ PERCALES, Etc 1 I SUGGESTIONS I AS 10 : .
600D i Fronting on the Elwtrk LtehU aad :

.h. -, ) FOR SCHOOL WEAR. OPENED LAST MONDAYAnd I OBSERVE LABOR DAY. HOW TO RAISE CELERY. :<< Halifax Kiver. ( Modern ImprovementsSCHMIDT'S 1

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Our!-, Fall 1 and Winter stock of Ginghams; Calicos Percales, Sheets, 11 KKK UK

..flow Cases, Towels Bleached and Unbleached Muslins, Sheetings. And Will Remain Open Two A Representative Parade.-The Sound Advice to Prospective HOTEL

c'j&re-; arrived and we call your attention to the new low prices on Days Each Week For Business Houses ClosedDuring Growers From One Who : Formerly 1'o'IIII] llt'* \'ilia.

1 tiese articles.1 We have as fine an assortment as ever shown here < t I : HENRY, SCHMIDT & SON: Proprietors.
'tit that will 1 Five Weeks. the Day. Has Had Experience. <<
.-. .... prices. please everyone. Call and see them before 31v DAYTONA, FLORIDA.Fine .
ung elsewhere.1 Last Monday the registration Labor Day in honor of which the Celery beds should be prepared :C

s books opened in every precinctin Merchants Batik, postoffice and most during August and September to
The Peck-Hendricks Company. Florida for two days each week of the local business places closed, produce crops that are to be mar- : Home Table] Delightful
for five weeks. In Volusia County was celebrated Monday in a very keted from January to April. Seed C Reasonable Rates Suuojr Koomc

........... ............... Mondays and Saturdays are the days appropriate and enthusiastic manner should be sown at intervals of about .I.i1Ni .>ENXINMX... tN111CUSWw.C4C4U34asa111N

t upon which you can register by the labor unions of Davtoua.A two weeks during these two months .....;.................... .1...1...N...N..N. .:
Supervisor J. R. Wetherell has parade headed by Mayor Seaman Hy this mear.s the crop is divided ,

f i : : [l appointed the following district and other city officials, escorted by into portions which mature at diff- (The Breakers by the Sea. :

IE (HAS. EGARDINEICO. i registration; officers: the Halifax Rifles: passed over the t'renttiOU8, making it more easily

o ;... Zr No. 1 Enterprise". S. Thayer principal| streets of the city. Each handled under the present labor SEABREEZE. FLORIDA.

No. 2 Orange City-John H. of the three labor organizations was condition. This method lessens the I n

Welsh.No in line and made a creditable show chance of failure from diseases or Will be opened June 1 under the management of I. M. MABftETTE. '

Dry Goods. I 3 DeLand-J. R. IV etherell.No. ing.The adverse'1 weather; it does away with

l 4 DeLeon Spiings: -Chas. parade ended at the Robinson the rush to ship the whole crop at The house will be conduct d on a higher plane than ever before, thor
: I oughly renovated and refurnished. Bourns single or ensuite, with or without
: Jones. place on Fairview avenue. once, which is quite problem when
r. No. 5 S. E. I. These well fora labor is and it private baths. r'me fishing and the best surf bathing in the world. a '
KIdridge- emnion. grounds are adapted scarce; also diminishes r
[f t 3 Phone 102, Anthony Block, I Ii No (fi Seville-. M. Prevail. picnic and the crowd scattered i the danger of flooding the I SEA: FOOD A .SPECIALTY.: A TRIAL .SOLICITED. i

No. 7 Ormond-C. 11. Geiger themselves' comfortably in the shade market. Rates 1.00 I per day and upward, according to location of rooms.

LYTONA FLORIDA. No. 8 Da'tonaT. E. Fitzgerald while they listened to the address. It is usually best to use newly I ....*...............................tt..tt..t.tt.. St
.. .."',:,' No. !9 Port Orange T. J. Wells'!, The bugle call brought the Rev. cleared land for seed-beds: because

., i!' NN.N..NN1.N1.N1N. .NNNN.1NN1Nac' : I I Sr. ['arsons..Major Seaman, the speakerof old'lauds are apt to l be infested 1 with .
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t} : : No. 10 New Smyrna-Ieo Fisher the day the; llev D II, Rutter r'lotknot and) other diseases as will + City Hotel

*','h I No 11 Oak Hill \\'. I.. Gause and I others to the platform. II. T. with and weed) seeds. The
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-, "-. : No. 12 Tomoka-M. C. Cone. iltCIellan introduced the major, seed-beds should be as near as | os

No. 13 Glencoe-J. I). Mih'llt'lI.] who, though unexpectedly tailed sible to the field whets the celery is OPEN ALL THE YEARn
f eal Groceries i '
No 14 Lake (Helen-A. It Cooky. upon, gave a few words well suited to be set The dark, almost bias ki, ;};
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. .. No. )15 Cliffton-G. W. Tedder to the address which followed. lie fine mellow loam or "hnnnno-: FCTHICIIGIITS.EI.l.CTRirBKIIA. '; ..

No. I 10 Stetson-C, S failJrliatt.: said that it i is organization that has .mil"is excellent for celery lift! :
fk It has been aim to establish 5 5J'I Hot and Cold Uitths
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No. 17 Ostei-n-J. A. lUauvelt. told, organization: followed by Its phjsual condition is better

.a grocery here that will meet No 18 Holly llil-C. .F. Wetherell. reason, law and order. It is: organization : ; suited) to plant-beds that that of the: Table First-Class-
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tth with the popular wants of the which lifts the masse 1'e' more sandy Is. :

,- I *, people. We study their wants No. 19 Pierson-Sam E. Smiih thru introduced the Rev. I). H 'fhe plot to be made into seedbeds GEO. H. MATTHEWS

> ill).: and their needs and buy accor No. :20 Seabreeze-II. G. Wilson, Ratter[( who gave an excellent convincing I is first cleared of trees, shrubs, -,. PROPRIETOR.
Woo ABE Qru.inn> EIFCTHIK address: on the good of organized .and rough trash. In breaking up

t t-' dingly. We are not overtaxed Every male (person of the age of lals" -r. He said that the pu>- :.. the soil care should be taken to prevent ...-..-.4..-...............................-.-.-.-......-.-1-.1.. 7

t' = '. with expense and are enabled to :21) dears and upwards, who at the, pose of unions was not spikes; that the turning up of the sandy i The Prince Icconn is the fine new stone and frame :
" !,;* sell at moderate prices. Give : time of registration i is a citizen I of the employer; and employee both I. subsoil, since this sand would not :I IddCIIct hotel opened<< tte past winter at Ij .
Seabreeze, \loridIt will continue open| for the arcnmodation of summer
@ us a trial for the coming mont the United States, and has resided bad capital) in the business and make a good surface for the seedbeds J tourists. Located in large! grounds 4 minute walk from the bench; modern s
: : il I and had his habitation, domicile. should clasp hands in the work; ) The disc turn plow and the "' conveniences; rooms large and airy; spacious and bl't'f'zy'er&ndaa.. Good .
: home tableeveryllnng; first-class; : ; suinn.or rates. Address
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,1,8.? home and place of permanent abode that the masses could not move II disc cutaway harrow are good implements .
W. CARROLL i : ADA W. POWERS, SEABREEZE, FLORIDA. :
i in .Florida. for one year, and in the without a head. that the labor for the work, as they I l....1............1............................NN...
'W -I for six month, will, if olh- unions had )been the leaven that' tend) to pulverize and mix the soil
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The North Beach st. Grocer. i rwiro qualified according to lawn I brought about the agitatation of the Thorough drainage and irrigating .

the county, )be deemed) a qualified question of emigration, the advancement facilities are absolutely necessary at I I Ii THE WHITF HOUSE DAYrONA ANOC01TAOES BEACH FLA. :

I No. 19.NtMIMtMI : elet tor at all elections under the I of women, the child labor reform this season of the vear. Should the I, 30 Rooms
i", jy Telephone : Capacity room bright/ niry and compl] telt furnished. Modern
beds be in the where the i
:! % constitution Naturalized citizens and compulsory education.I region underground improvement clean] and up.lo-d.itr I 1.131I..n I Srabrrpze Avenue a short
1 :, .ll.l.l.ll.ll.lB.l.l.l.l.l.l.l*>* system of irrigation i it : distance from Atlantic Omin. bummer rates $1 I 00 |>er day and up. Spec- .
of the United'States, at the time of I said that there were - I used, the tiles may be extended .I : ial rates by week or season. : +
''' '. and before registration, shall produce men in organized) labor uuions in under them and should be given .1. E. L. HOWARD, Proprietor. ..
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i YOU WILL FIND WHAT YOU SEEK to the registration officer their the Tinted States; that the foundation sufficient slope to be able to drain ....................................................
.c of real estate"wheth the beds) in the of rain I I.
x under the raU-gory naturalization of the Christian Church waslaid event heavy
r!._ pr it be a'hcfuse.store,stable, farm or city certificates of or duly fall. In localities where the over- ... ... .. ""."
and shallnake by working men.
country lots unimproved for your own tenancy certified copies thereof I head system is used, provision for ,
.o rent to others or hold as an in- oath that they are the identical After the address a 1 basket dinnerwas I watering may he l made by extendingthe I. :

".- \'etotmpnt-aiJ these parcels on our lists, persons named in such certificate I enjoyed by the members of the I pipes, or by the use of hose.'ir. CONRADCarry GROCERY CO. 1

S hich are free to your search.: We are at before they are allowed I to rE' ister. I union, their families and guests. Proper drainage may be secured in I

a iw tour service for anything In the real estate Arsons:: who have l>een convicted) of Throughout the United) States i this case by constructing trenches
' i at suitable distances.
= Business. by court of record, and similar celebrations were held by I
felony any
For fertilizing these beds HIm) 1
r" J. C. BUTLER, persons who may have been convictedof by the faithful toi'ers' in every line I i pounds of unleaiheil l hard-wood'i!: a Full and Complete :
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r bribery, perjury or larceny, or ol I who make the prosperity, of tieountry I allies! and 5X( ) pounds of nitrate of I : I

,, ; Real Estate.Phone 234 Life, Daytona, Fire and Beach Accident, us.1m. Ins. any infamous crime in any court in I p( Miblt". !j soda to the The acre have hard-wood been used ashes with i Line of Plain and Fancy i
i success I.
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other state or interested -
this State
or any supply) the needed potash and also ;:
.. NNNMY the 10,000 Chairs Every Thirty Days.It 1 :
) in any bet or wager, counteract any acidity of the soil

Ask for t the Bread result of which sha'l depend upon is not generally known that |I that might occur. However, if the if 1 GROCERIESCLOVER I i
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; any election or that shall)) hereafter right here in Florida we have a ,: wool ashes are not easily secured, a i _
send combination of fiOO) to 800< ) pounds of I : :
duel knowinglyarry
or that is
fight a factory manufacturing) .
r t the of lime 1&I) pounds of high-grade sid it _
j with stamp (
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I or accept a challenge)) to light, month something like ten thousand :
ii I: phate of I potash, and 150 pounds of
: or shall be a second to either party, chairs and rci.kers of almost every''!I nitrate of soda to the acre may be I. ,

-.rralHSn or that shall)) be the bearer of such a variety. Of tins: M.tM( more than I used The lime would correct any i : HILL BUTTER. :

x Daytona Bakery challenge: or acceptance, shall not be half of this number go into the !'i acidity of the soil The plot is laid 1
entitled to vote. I off into beds from four to six feet j. .
direct I
I homes of Florida people i from
No person will be permitted to p I wide, with narrow jut ha between I : The Conrad Grocery Company :
shall have the factory. ,
vote at any election who I The paths are made a few inches .
". E. QUIQG, ailed to pay at least on or before I The reason for the great popular: 'lower than the beds): and are connected I : 1T.: Conrad! A ('U'K. oM) stand : i
the second Saturday in the month of chairs made by the Florida with a main ditch so as to3r.ts I.
ity I. .
.'r j the day of such election, I drains in of rains. 1 .1. ...........1......1..........1.......... ....
receeding Chair Factory at Jacks 1m idle! i is that as: case heavy I I
ei i%..- Proprietor. j his poll taxes for the two years next I After applying the fertilizer, the
you save one-third or more on every I NNNN...M...rD.MtIN. ... ....
..- >*>T .......444.++...... .............** receding the year in which such chair buy from them. This Iteds shoul l lx allowed to stand forseveral ', NMtNMNNtHN N :
election is:: held, provided that no j jou ) tins before sowing the seed I'
shall be prevented from means: that you do n<,t j Iay anyone I They are then raked level, and finished -
******* .erson
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'-\ ing on account of not having so a protit as all of their chairs h oil bv runni I ig a roller: or Day
N. ERICKSON ; a poll tai for any year which shall! are sold for cash. Every chair they 1 t'rig' over the Mirfatv. Small shah) 1 1I
been lawfully assessable low drills made for the need I
have << by
not are i
.1. sell\ i is guaranteed to be just as >-
of his not 1 rej I the end of the rake; I
.Cabinet) Wood WorKer. : against him by reason simply drawing
MaKer. been resented I or your money will le Will be turned I Ij
laving been of age, or having handle, or other stick across the beds, on ,
Door and Window Screens made to order. : over 55 years of age, or who\ has'! lost .:cheerfully returned.We at distances of six inches. I ..I
Yt a4ICtureFrames A limb in battle, and who\ shall have I I cull vour attention to their The l.ed i is now ready) for the December I 1908. '
?:J- Cottage Avenue DAYTONA, FLA. : ,roiured and shall exhibit the certificate advertisement) in this istue. seed, which is to Ix sown' by hand j I ,

"- **iit tion to that effect.! No person who I eight feet of drill is a fair rate r.f This will ;;ice tlir riti/cns, of Daytona,
with :>; ; OO
which offer
bas not been in this :Slat; one year I they every Bowing. The seeds are not covered : It
irt(..T**..*..........wwwww..-.............: previous to any general election, order would) retail!; for at least $:'JOOScud ) with soil, but simply sprinkled down I Si-alirct'/e, ami D.iytonn I ); : I I'earh: an ()I't' t

"::TAYLOR. Electrical Contractor | shall be required pay; more than I for their large catalogue at with water in the drills: where they t I
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." one year's poll taxes. om-e lie. The lied is then covered with portunity l to operateElectric t i

;: House Wiring a Specialty. Ouu AND IPFMIUCATION ---'- wet }pieces of burlap which are kept
; moist until the seeds have I !
application for registrationeach germinated Fans Flat Irons Machines\ !
\ D Electrical: Supplies of All Kinds. Fixture, Shades: Tpon elector will be required) to take I School of Musical Art. when the burlap i is taken ,

;! No. 8 Orange avenue DAYTONA I LA. and subscribe the following oath: The School of Musical r Art, under away and) tins" seedling is protected ;, ;

r i ...........................1.......NN... -I do solemnly swear defend(or affirm the consti) that. !iI | the direction of the Misses Keippand tth.ill ; by As some the kind sun's of rays shade.are intense at \ and.! motors ofarimis; kimU. The operatic 1
and will lit"l '
Footer Sept.
I will protect open I ;
and of this time of the year, it lJt.c'Ometint"Ct'S..r ;; of) motors liy. .rlcrtm-ity! is i-lcan
United States Building
lotion of the the Cable Piano Company -
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,, i N....+...........* ................ ....I the State of Florida; that I am I Jacksonville. Departments of This rnaIll'} to l use constructed some form of of narrow shade. nJlIIl''onomi'al.sk nihout: the rost. I .1.1i
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and have
t.HEN CONTEMPLATINGIron twenty-one years of age piano, pope| organ'oi..f', violin theoretic fastened
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slats together to producehalf
YOU ARE resident of the State of I music' and Lnguages. Writefor )

....t-M.aQabanizoo. Tank, a new Tin Roof a Hot Air Furnacr, I been the Florida county a for for twelve six months months;,that and I ama of ,(i booklet for information. also shade.be made An of cheese-cloth.efficient shade This may i i Adam Schantz Electric Light Plant I :I\

shade made first i
modern form of is by ,
a and) I
... attheother metal necessities required to complete citizen of the Tinted States i iI II m It
to vote under the I I j Made a Man of Him. stretching a wire along the center < f I'i 't

a .remember that I I constitution I am qualified and laws of this State ;i i I A man once prominent in busine i-1 the bed and about eighteen cheeseclothis inches i: K. L. \N.; t : :: ( ;,Oll"ml Manager.I I J
i, of I II above the surface. The I .
The supervisor
'tg : of Florida.! : >s an,1lc.ial circles) had fallen to then drawn the wire like a : jON
x: C. NASH dl SON 'I I registration and required district) to registration administer -- .' the lowest depths of degradation: tent, and attached across to pegs on each .NNNMMi.MNNi.NNNH.................11 !i

.t a DAYTONA. TUA. officer this oath are, ami the elector is !; when a relative placed in theKeeleyInstitute side along the edges the of the should bed. --......-.-111..-.1--.-.-.11.1111............- -.-.-.-............1In
and he is )Ia..t k in hisI These pegs along edges }j
oath, to now
I under I 'I.'I""d 1
I dso to 1 toe required( the J. F. CLARK .. FISHoysters ;
service at fair prices I l he placed close enough to keep i-r .h \\ .I t. '
fpared and reliable the successful and re- I
.1 to by i former das.'I.
give prompt administered registration I '
I be cloth pulled evenly down to a ( all"J 'Inns Ci.itne in S 'a"an All orders t
1 Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory. I officer to give i such tWnption of I[ spec.ted For detailed and ('Onti.I aeight of from three to nix inches : wilt' rrr,'ice (prompt attention ? ".
._...W repair shop on solicited. :; himself as will be sufficient to I jdential information address, 'filE hbove the bed-R.: T. Winters, of : (".dtage \\IU"( DAYTONA, H.0" ..\. .

l Out of town work S. clearly identify his person with the KLELEI i IvsnriTE, Jacksonville) Fla. the Florida Experiment Station. i 1.....................................................
A # .......1/ act of registration.


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Itt THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS lilt COOT CflllSSIHliS[ East Coast Schools Improving.With .I The increase in school facilities 1..1..1..................... .. [
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Ion the coast is evidence that thin. '
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY the commencement of the j section is rapidly increasing in population.

T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor TRANSACT USUAL BUSINESS I fall term several of the East Coast I -

KKK schools will be in much better shapeto / ANTHONY'S

take care of the increase in their if

THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY Only Affairs of a Routine Nature attendance. At Oak Hill a substantial -! syrup crfso :

't ( INCORPORATED) Were Handled at the September addition has been made to the

I I school house, doubling its seating f

Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Flonda, as Second Class Matter. Meeting.' I I! capacity, and adding greatly to the: Elixir9fSennaI Shoe and

Board met pursuant to adjournment appearance of the school! house At Clothing

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER" 12. 1908 ; present R. D. Brooke John : New Smyrna, which will be a junior I I Cleanses the AstI em EUect.

f Cranor. W. H. McBride T. J. Murray -| high school this year a large addition -|I I wall\ :DtspelsdsQndHeaJ.\ -

S SUBSCRIPTION RATES.One and R. P. Hamlin, deputy clerk.' has been built t n 1 lone teach r aches due to Constipation; .

copy one year _........_............_..--. ........... .... ...... .81.50 On mutton T. J. Murray was 4 added At Turnbull the school I Acts naturally, acts truly l as SALE
One copy six months... ......_.................................--..-...- ..OJ elected temporary chairman. :| building has been repaired and T 1. J J
One copy three months... ................................__...... -.....- .40 The minutes of last meeting were : aLmxauve.Bej .
painted inside and out. At Port t forMen\Nonven and tnilai
read, approved and signed. I > -
Orange another room has been!
ADVERTISING RATES. The following road and bridge reports I i; yen- oun and Old.
added and
several i improvementsmade
I I I lo its } Will Save YouMoney.
DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS. were then submitted: in the old part. At Daytona] oct DenejicialEjfects I
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Rat per Inch per insertion to regular advertisers ? ? 10 cents No. General road Always buy jenuine wmcn
Rate per inch per insertion for less than three months........... ._.......15 cent repairs on four rooms for the lower grades :
Rate per inch per insertion for single insertion.... _..__._.........30 rents from Osteen to F. E. C. Ferry. Two have been arranged for and two;,: has we full name of the Com
READING NOTICES OR LOCALS. carloads of shell laid road from
on more teachers will be employed.Holly .
Rate per line, each insertion_.. ...__ ?.--.-. .-_._..._. 10 cents Enterprise i to Osteen.Xo. 1 I Hill bas built a neat and sub-i I rB"CALIFORNIARa
RATES FOR CHURCHES. LODGES, ETC. .
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All club society organization, lodge and church notices, other than religious report. I stantial school building nearer the :
services, 5 cents per line. Cards of thanks 50 cents each. Resolutions, 5 cents No. 3--No report. center of the district, and at Se SYRUP Co. .

per line. Legal advertising at legal rates.GENERAL PROVISIONS.. No. 4-General repairs on New I. breeze a two-story addition has been j I I by J w tom fr it is i\l manufactured.of package.printed: on the 1

I Snnrna and Oak Hill road. built to their already commodious SOLD BY All LEADING i DRUGGISTS t _
No for display advertising of kind less than 50 cents.
single charge I
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any
I. On motion Communication of F. buildin!. ; one iize only.. result price 50<,.. bdtle.
Good position given every advertisement. An extra charge :2 rent pr inch I !
win be made for ads with specified positions. No special positions given on ad S. Sams was referred to the attorneys I -- ANTHONY BROTHERS Inc. j

ICM than No advertisements five inches. accepted for the first page. i of the board for action. 1 AN ELECTION PRIMER j
Extra charge made on display advertisements containing an average! of more On motion the communication of j I 1. :
_ than 30 words to the inch. I I ..... ................................ ,
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Sadie Clark fortidow't1
All bills payable on the first of each month. I M. rebatewas .}
; referred to S. B. Wilson County
: Assessor.On Pertinent Points About Our Election .".*....0.0..NN...+..4.. ....O..W...*frM4 m ..[
DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL STATE AND COUNTY TICKET. '

} ,KKK the Town motion of Seabreeze the communication was referred of Machinery For New Voters and Old I M. ELLA DE VOY co.


For President, WILLIAM J. BRYAN, of Nebraska. to the attorneys of the board. .THE ELECTION OF 1908. : LADIES' HATTERS
Vice-President.. JOHN W. KERN of Indiana. On motion Susan Davis and Mary t
What is the date of this election Correct in Styles. OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
Bell, of Orange City, were allowed year's presidential
For United States Senator For Members of the LegislatureUUNCAN : No 6 South Beach: :Street I'ajtona.

For Member U. FLETCHER. I I; JAMES MACON E. ALEXANDER.THORNTON four dollars per month each toward Tuesday, Nov. 3. ........ HN ..........I..... ......N... ........4.
Congress
FRANK CLARK. I For County Judge their support.On What will be the total electoral tote T .

For Governor I I J. LEE McCRORY. motion the petition of citizensof Based upon the apportionment act of 1900 and with the addition ...............................................
ALBERT W. GILCHRIST. For Clerk of the Circuit Court Port Orange was granted and the i from I i.
I' of the seven votes the new state of Oklahoma the total vote in
SAMUEL D. JORDAN.
For Comptroller
A. C. CROOM. For Sheriff following markers and viewers appointed the electoral college will be 4S3.
For Treasurer I EDWARD L. SMITH. : C. Christiancy, I. J. Wells, i Fire Protection
How votes to choice I
many are aecevary a
W. V. KNOTT I For Tax Assessor Sr., and L Kennedy. I
S. B. WILSON. A majority, 242.
For Secretary of State For Tax Collector On motion the communication and

H. CLAY CRAWFORD I D P. SMITH. petition of Rachel Milligan were re- What .the electoral TOte by states! i Should Be Considered.

For Attorney PARK General M. TRAM M ELL. For County J.Treasurer J. MNZANT ferred to attorneys of the board. It is given in the table below, along with this piece of advice: Cut

For State Supt. of Public Instruction !i I For Judge of the Criminal Court On raotin the revolver bonds of out this table and paste it in your memorandum book for reference. .

WM. M. HOLLOW i JAMES W. PERKINS.For D. C. Stephens and Paolo Squallacewere ELECTORAL VOTE OF 1908.

For Commissioner of Agriculture I i Solicitor BERT Criminal FISH Court: approved and clerk instructed Electoral Vote. Electoral Vote i The recent fires in Daytona

B. E. McLIN. : Alabama .. 11 New Hampshire.. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. 4
For State Ch emist. '1 For Superintendent A. O. Public BOTTS Instruction I j i to issue licenses therefor. Arkansas! 9 New Jersey. ...... .. .. .. .. .. ... 12 I i
R. E. ROSE. i| For Commissioner Disk No. 4 I On motion the pension claims of I California 10 New York.9! I bring the matter home to

i County ... .... .. .... .. .. '.
For Adjutant General ''W. D. BUADSHAU. ,i James H. Futch, Simmons Bennett, Colorado 5 North Carolina 12
I J. C. R FOSTER. I Mrs Katie Drepgors and Thomas J. I Connecticut North Da ota.. .. .. .. ..... .. ..... 4 f
i For Member:GEO.Co. School F. CROUCH.Board Dist. 3 I Ennis Delaware 3 Ohio .. .. .. .. .. .... ... .. .. ....... 23 you. Are you fully protected -
For Justices" of the Supreme Court I, were approved. t Florida 5. Oklahoma .. .. ...... .... ._...... 7 I.
I THOMAS WILLIAM M. SHACKLEFORD.A. HOCKER For Justice HENRY of the Peace.T. TITUS.list. No. 8. I' The Criminal Court cost bills Georgia .. 13 Oregon .. ....... .... .. .... ..... 4 I i against loss fireVe
__ i: were examined and approved in the Idaho 3 Pennsylvania! .... .... ... ....... 34 ;. by
'sum of $$391.!) : and clerk instructedto Illinois .. 27 Rhode Island .. .. .... .. .: ...... 4 .
...1NNN.......N..N..N.....N.....N.N.N...... issue variants therefor.On I Indiana ... 15 South Carolina...... .... .. .... ... 9 ;. I

motion Sheriff Turner was instructed Iowa 13Kwtucky South Dakota.. .. .. ..... .. .. .. ... 4 4 I represent the best and strongest -
to build suitable cess pal Kansas .. .. .. .. ......... .... .. 1'1 Tennessee .. ...... .. .... .. .... ... 12 .
I Seabreeze and Daytona Beach. II' at the jail. 13 Texas .. ...... .. .. : .. .... .... IS ;
h I The treasurer his Louisiana J> Utah .. .. .. .. ..... .. .......... 3 companies.
i presented report Maine 6 Vermont .. .. .. .... ... .. ...... ... 4 : .
1.. MRS. A. BERNARD Editor. for the month of August with ... .... .. .. ..
Maryland 3 Virginia .. .. .. .... 12 .
--&.&&..&.....&........... ............&&.&& .&..&.&&........ his books and accounts which were Massachusetts 1'J Washington .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... 5 I CONRAD REAL ESTATE CO.
i approved and paid warrants ordered I. Michigan: 14 West Mrglnla. .. ..... .... .. ..... 7 ;L. J
Seabreeze Sept. 9-ilre. P. T. Monday from a delightful it to,.destroyed Minnesota 11 Wisconsin: .. .. ...... ............. 13 ;
Shands with her children returnedto the mountains of North Carolina. 1 The miscellaneous bills againsti MIstfNslwl .. 10 Wjonilng .. ...... .. ... ...... .. 3 I .... .
.. W< q. 4 +4 +4.+4..
Gainesville Friday accompaniedby Thomas Keating left Monday for the county were then examined and Missouri IS -I i
I warrants drawn in of same. Montana 3 Total .. .. .. .. ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. 4S3 !
Mrs. Parker. Mrs. Shands'healtb New York. He expects to return on payment Nebraska 8 Electoral votes necessary to.

was much improved during the 18th with his family. I Nevada. 3 choice. .. .. .. .. .. ,. .... .. .....242 I I

her stay on the beach. Among the quests at the White i Holly I Hill. I - I OUR FOUR '

Mrs. Harvey has returned to her House this week are: Mrs. M. A. elf your gasoline stove don't work Nothing I can do more to I, CARDINAL PRINCIPLES-:
I ILlly Hill Sept. 10' --Tuesday I right drop a card to W. G. Hobbs,,
cottage on the beach for a few Weigand, Lexington; Ky : Mr. and I make the home j
Messrs. Chas. Wetherell. Geo. attractive -
weeks. Mrs. II. D. Martin, DeLand.: Mrs. E. f I box 32= he will send a man to fix it. 1 I
Somers and M. F. mitch went to ABSOUTE SAFETY Insured by
Mrs. Robb and) Mrs. Beck, of San- K. Pratt Daytona; Mrs E. C. Star I i i than I toBRIGHTEN ,
I Tomoka in the launch Two Chums i I
j
1, fONt are at Blarney Castle for two tie, Kingston. Phillip E. RoMaioa. Architect.
weeks. Mr. Campbell, who has been ill at {I to.work on a new house for John'' +y e. National oIa"snnab.Bid.a.g Capital $100,001' !I

C. E. Johnston has least'dIWgh's thf Surf Crest, is impro\ing 'I i. \\ ynn. e r. ,Iplt .. 'g e Winter In riorhl. Hume.IB U UP P f
Monday the Misses Quattlebaumleft : ,. Surplus -
if Bungalow $250,000
l livery for the winter season Mr. and Mrs. Canova and family, 'I Patio Houwi.Tropical I I
I for I eLand> to attend the teach- .
R Miss tlaecker and her mother ure after a delightful summer on the examination.: I'I'I d -D/tBoton tar outside and inside with Stockholders Liability X100,000 .
at Blarney Castle" Miss Ilaecker is : beach, returned this week to their i I, I i
M. F. Blitch returned last week M .. wrannah. I Actual security to depositors $4oO)00)
fast improving in health. home in Palatka.Mr. Tampa.
from a week'sisit to Jacksonville : Paints
Mr. Abercrombie left Sunday to and Mrs. Jackson: of Gainesville I i I -- I( ,
,!I Mr. Rush has rented the Barber Y NOTE:-This Bank is Number One the "Honor Roll" cl
join Mrs. Abercrombie in Georgia. are visiting Mrs. Johnston. i on
Mrs. Mabbette and her daughter, 'Keep cool at the Fountain-Van .I house on the west side of the road :' SUBSCRIBE FOR THE I: Stains andVarnishes. National Banks in Flori.la, and XI). 1ST in the wide
and \\iIlJl'l'Upy it with his family!
Miss Lily and Miss Lena Tomlinson Valzah Building. i FLORIDA T141 Uhl'ION 1 United States among over sixty eight hundred Natiordwanks.
i Tom Fagan, of Ormond, has I
left Monday for DeLand, where they Fishing on the pier has been very I. moved into the Barber house.A. The Great State Piper t
will take the uachef'8'examination.. good this week. I .
Many large catches I DULY *xi> til:. D.\Y. nr MONTH
I H. Carter was in New Smyrna Tkre Mostb II M gli Uooihi HOO :
C. C. Gillett has bought a lot ont have been made. i Monday. Twelve Months,to 00 I Get them of CONSERVATISMProven

the river of Mr. Burgman. Mrs. S. J. Field and son, Bart, :' I The SemI-WetUy l1mes.UnIoo< and .
Mrs. C. R. Simonds leaves
I Judge and Mrs. B. L Gaul Jen Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Reed and children -'I todayfor The farmer aid Fruit Grow by our success anJ weir refttUlfen. ;

r ; and daughter, of DeLand, are guests and Ashley Buck are visiting: JaAsonville. I the mi** brae of tae, Seal wreaiy. 4. .i
9oc.d1to SQUARE
DEALING
AfTtcoltor D4l'luu.
i Mr and Mn Wilkinson and chit Fruit U' Bingharn&MaleyCo.FURNITURE
, r at the Breakers. Mr. Field. They came up from In- '! i $uxt.ICe Mill The a t four ep-subscription pprt fc>rllperHr l
dren of
Eldora visited with Mi
i r We are glad to learn that Mr. I dianola. in their launch last Friday i''and Mrs Chas. Wetherell last week. FlrilaThlzes. ,JI duniUe. Fla. Ask our patrons.COURTEOUS .
t i Hough and family hate decided to I I and expect to return this week.A :

I stay longer. part of young people with ,. UNDERTAKING I TREATMENT
i WHY IT SUCCEEDS j
:;
i I Mrs. Coates as chaperone left early I KKK I f+e.........................................NNi -... Open an account with us and we will demonstrate it
Daytona Beach, Sept. 9-A meet- I I Friday evening for Port Orange. ;;: LING i ,

ing of the Ladies Aid Society: was The party consisted of the Misses, Because It's For One Thing; Only and ,; ;, VVAH .

r I held at the parsonage Thursday afternoon Lee links, Ruth: C-ate. Lucilei,;, Da,ton* People Appreciate This. ':I I FIRST NATIONAL BANK,

r to plan the fall and inter Canova Ernestine Munstll, Mattie Nothing can be good for oerything. CHI N ES'UToLA UNO i

f .'. work. Yelvington and Messrs.' Tucker Doing one thug well brings succeed R Y

I I Mrs. Julia Stewart returned this Glover Taylor, Lois Cano\a, True.I Doan's Kidney Pills do one thing only I :! !I.corth: Beach Street, DA YTO\A.: FLORIDA. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.

, kl; week from Chicago, where she has hart Bottleford, Jones and Everett They cure kidneys. 'i iTt.ey i Stiff bosom shirt open tront..1: Nightshirts...... ........,.....,..,...,..,...10 ,
: spent the summer. WUlaume. After reaching the Port cure backache, every kidney ill. White shirts........... .......................10 Woolen Shirts............ ...................10 i
, Here u Daytona evidence to prove it : ;! Check shirts ..... ......... ..... ..... S Under*!.irta.... .. ..... .
"I. ILirol I Naua returned to Marion Orange hall a deli 'Jus su pper wayserved 'I Warren lungf\Jo, s4 Second Ave., : New shirts ..... .... .....:... ........ ... ..H Drawers..........:..:.: ....:. .::::.::::::.::::: 8S ,

; Indiana tLis week, after a delightful I and a short dance followed Daytona, Ha.; says.: "I suffered for, 0: Shirts)11101 attached..... ..... .. ..13 Socks) pr pair................................ 3 : ................... .....:
visit with his friend, Arthur Par l At ten the party started for home. over a year and a LaU! from kidney Collar each...... .. . ....... .....:2J'!! :' Haadkerth: ; cfs........... .. .... .... .. & R ****** *****.**..********** t f t

tl sons at the parsonage. I The "Rap Transit" soon covered I I[ be trouble cured.and I was could told not that work I would!without never ;I Cuffs per pair .. .. ... ... 5 Silk Handkerchiefs.... .......... ... 3 4 : WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES ,:\ ,

t eFresh supply of candies at T. F. : the first mile on the homew.1rd"a\, j I I from backache and I was at a loss to :L Also Ladies Clothes; at corresponding prices, M Dry Plates Papers, Photo Chemicals and Card i.ntOur; Sp iat1.! : 1t 1
Curtis &: Son'8-\'an Valzah BIJg but it was its last effort that 1. know Low ............... .J. 1J
I f night! to rid myself of the trouble. .................N..0. 0a t
j Harvey Steven! Mr. Weston, The young people were left to amuse j l I I EuttJlr read about Du&n's Kidney : ONNNN Writ for Priors i I

I'' Elmer 1 ehll1 ton and Mortimer : each other, until resiue') Lv Mr. 'j' Pill and concluding to try them, pro- R. H. LESESNE Florida.I i
' Daytona 1
r Shoemaker rode Abertrouibie cured a box. I soon felt like a different LARfii:111,1131A117EDa :
; over to Deland in' at one in the :
, morning.
t j an automobile Saturday night i '! ,I person and began to regain mr lost CtfALOOJC> NAILED FT2EE ..................;...... .. ..:......... ........,,," T, ..
i returning BEALTIFLL tIO.NE 0. Tf1E PEI'stLA- I strength and energy. I am in better iaMll ON EIIEtI )
Monday. .nd told rooms. herd; h.inplrtelr turntahrd: hot !: health than I have been for a long time --
,, W. A. btringfellow has returnedto other mod..n. Impro.nJ MJrt"ID..our.DtI: .tabl bath and and I I and am tot bothered with any ymp- .. ,.. .,.. fIi
tarage on the ,. .r. f
Sanford. '! f tonage...1ft. I b.nohllw. boo,.,but pat there or Is iii total feet toms of kidney complaint. It would be rss..r. . . . f IiI't

M r s. J. J. Bishop and daughter .frontage of et H.lir.x;fwt 10_\for"..ou.ntll.. .JjtJInlDIf.. prop.-rtTituatedon the- impossible for me to speak too highly; in "
' returned from DeLand Coast t'lubhouse CfuUnb uf the t wrida East favor 01 this splendid kidney remedy." .a'sirt16M aaaav.r Daytona Ice I i II
AUIOIDf'bUe.MI1.ttoo.. .
Saturday, t Company :
and
ac-j cornmaala
I I aD Ic.II..n'1.. .. of the Ocean For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cenU.FosterMilbura .
companied by Mrs. adding a lew brd By n.aas i J
Bishop's rOow
sister mate an Ideal the Door would Co, Buffalo X. V., sole
high
a IfesHatUe a katlon .". t'la'.1toan1101......!..house. 10 tears ro Au : '
Bishop. I be IIOJd 0T Bo\IlUU'II.r.OIIe'a mlK'll a .. Wilt agents for the United States. F WRlDA I PURE ICEMade 1 1r
aaa r REAAG .. 1f riOt
ABLE
:!i Mr. and Mrs. Harroun returned t t"S If taaea. at UItee. A"7 1- t:4u._ Remember the nameDoan'andLake I
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F Le-Ne. DO oliier. ACK9oNMu7 f'LA. -, from Distilled Water.
Factory corner Railroad and Vulusia avenne.st + ..
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c Clark's. Crane's new and stationery Eaton Hurl-at rain Wednesday fell in this nearly vicinity.J. six. inches of DAYTONA D l PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN SHOULD REGISTER[ 1Ii:

but
papers a specialty,

El Leon Despland is expected home Daytona. B. Conrad visitor,Thursday of Glenwcod.and was Fri-a Will OPEN[ SEPTEMBER{ [ { 21. QUALIfY AND VOTE. r Modern Home PlumbingThe

from
his .5
extended visit to Switzer-
lit lit lit lit lit lit 5

land today.W. day.A. unitary equipment of the home is an
C. Cooper, of Des Moines More Room Has Been ArrangedFor It Is a Duty Every Man Owes ":
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B. Chittenden til-important matter a there it no other 4
writes the Ga-
zette-News that he Iowa, has accepted a position at I and More Teachers His Country, and This i'w: feature of the house which will afford/ as much comfort and be to 'j }
expects to returnto "
"Our
lre I the most complete job Daytona next month. Store. Will be Employed.The Year Especially. I conducive to perfect health as good plumbing. -

l the East Coast. Let us beijtirelen. The Misses
All work fully guar- Commissioner Geo. F. Crouch at- Bingham visited Lillian friends and Flossie Daytona High School and Every citizen should be sure that J I It is well!! to keep in mind when building, the fact that yourself

tended the regular monthly meet- first; of the at DeLandthe the public graded schools will open he is qualified to cast his vote at Iii I and family may be required to occupy the home for a long period F

to & Co., The Jewelers. lug of the County School Board at week. I a week from next Monday, Septem- the November election. In order to I. I without new plumbing being installed, therefore the few extra dotL

; DeLand Monday and T eaday. Mrs. C. C. Bohannon arrived home I i ber 21. The seating capacity of the i I be qualified in Florida his name liii lars expended to obtain the best will in reality be HEALTH j I

iBoth Bond is visiting with yesterday from an extended visit in I schools has been greatly enlarged must be on the registration books liii I ASSURANCE. II: !,

[ Olennood.f. visiting Ernest with Curtis his who has been Indiana and Iowa. i I by the addition of the building directly of the county and precinct in which I Iii All of our plumb lC':I I II

T. Dunn is visiting with parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. '' across the street, and two he proposes to vote. ..
Mrs. T. 1'. Curtis A G. Bennett, or' I 11t1 contracts are executed IiJ 1 1j
left Monday for I ,
I teachers will be More than this he must have
Macon Ga. more employed. evidence
at
Bgbter Jacksonville IIiI
the best skilled Il
Norfolk Va. are guests of Mr. and by mechanics i
to resume his dutiesin Mrs. Albert I>>roC, J. L. Wright, of Akron, in the bhape of a poll tax j -- / :
Bennett. under
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\J.. Perkins is making an the our personal
navy. .. I Ohi-, has been retained as principaland receipt that his taxes for the two t

; to hia home on Ridgewood.Mai Mr. and Mrs. Roll Heaton are the Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Gates. Mr. he has surrounJed himself withan years ((100G and 1907) have been no detail supervision, no matter and

; by and Harry Hough en- happy l> parents of a 7| pound daughter and Mrs. E. F. Oates and Miss able corps of assistants thus assuring paid. This receipt is not needed I how unimportant it

T1shiug trip down the river born Wednesday night. Mr. Florence Cook enjoyed a t fishing a successful school rear. if the fact of payment is properly ,
seem
may escapes our
Heaton is a valued employee of trip to Mosquito Inlet yesterday.Mrs. Many minor implements will be marked on the registration books i 'I I attention. .

'c_ lj'a Candies-nice and YW58' Pharmacy. C. R. Simonds returnel made and the schools) will be in However mistakes sometimes happen p We use the famous : :

Thursday to Jacksonville much better shape than in the in the best regulated offices! I
fluJKIs, The Druggist.T I fAn election tn create after a | past :; *,5ta-ade'r Porcelain '
: a special
*JS; pleasant visit with relatives and l'rof.'right is ex|>e tttl at anytime No man sbl.uhll.otte l his qualificationto I Enameled :
school
Qreen ia absent on a buai- district at Kingston was or- I Plumbing
1$ friends at J Daytona and Holly Hill to arrange the relating' of the vote. Hunt that tax receipt, gEt S
Cleveland dered for October 3 Fixtures, which are the ,
Ir to Ohio, andfliorthern by the old building\ and the arranging of a duplicate i if[ it has been l lost, or .
cities.ndMrs. County School Board at their meeting Chas. E. Gardiner expects to It'a"1" marked I best made. By placing j '
the additional anyhow see that "Paid" is ,
held Monday evening at DeLand.F. Monday Jor New York, where he room. I your work with us, you I II
H. T. McClellan en- will make the annual winter The corps of teachers for the' opposite: your name, on the books.If I are assured of the best 5.

dr. and Mra' E. P. Frier- L. Corwin, a former residentof for the Chan. E. Gardiner purchases coming year will be as follows: J f you have moved to a different .; material and workmanI I I

j DeLand, this week. Daytona but now general agent Company.A Prof. J. L. Wright-Principal. precinct be sure to get a transferIt -- ship obtainable. S

for the Central of Georgia Railway, Assistant i Prin'ipal-To be sup is the solemn duty of every :
Wilson colored, died at Mid-
,
t with headquarters at Jacksonville, petition to Senator Taliferro plied. freeman to vote. In a monarchy JOE OSBORNE The Plumber. .
Willie Roberta
litt Saturday. ,
was the guest of F. J. Niver over asking that the beacons to mark the Mills Clara Wm.inson-Latin the king thinks and rules. In a
jfcelored, died at Waycro&s, the channels the inland
along
Sunday. waterway teacher. republic the people are supposed to
I
>4j.f "* from St. Augustine to Miami has Miss Jennie Morrell-8th grade. rule themselves. The poorest man's _: .- '
pil "OUR STORE"8f'lls
1
Ptr fint-class work-Daytona lard you for ten say cents been circulated and very generally. Mrs. I. M. Mabbette-th grade. vote is equal to that of the million ....................................................

: Laundry, phone 8. tf "Yes." a pound? signed in Daytona this week.E. fith gradt-To be supplied.Miss aire. It counts for one.

tourists and residents, who ,. D. W. Rose will lea>'e todayfor Minnie Carrew-//lh grade. While the most important part I YOU MUST EAT TO LIVE i II

S n sojourning at northern Manager Hobbs of the 'Gator I [ his summer home in Newburg, Miss May Mabbette-4th grade.3d of voting is clone in the primary I ,

daring the summer, are redaily. Moving Picture Theatre has arranged New York. Mr. Rose has been in'' grade-To be suppled.Miss that virtually elects in Florida; I

; with the Chicago Film Exchange Emma 2d voter should not fail to cast I
Daytona for several weeks arrangingand Apthorp- grade. every i
; for his films and is now remodeling his house the workof Miss Lucie Haecker$ grade.; hid ballot at the general election. I I AND LIVE TO EAT.

HcQaeen, the wife oi Ed receiving a very satisfactory service. which is now well under way. Mis. Belle Abbott- Haines-Kin- lie is in honor bound to vote for .
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A well known colored The theatre is open every Saturday dergartner. the ones selected in the primary in .

:: at her South Beach streetTuesday. evening and is well worth visiting. Judging from the inquiries being Assistant Kindergartner be which he participated. Of course While dniii it j you) should have the best and !
received by real estate agents all the

cDon't go down the street &co\ 1- vacant cottages in this vicinity will supplied. _ there might be sometimes subsequent S: and 11 lUll' it at living pi ires. :
rNDeLand telephone system isiWcablo..ta when of facts learned about the ('an.didate's
;; ing, a pair glasses properly I be rented the coming winter. Laurence U
Death of Colonel T. J. .
goad suggestion to fitted will relieve you. McMurray.Col. dishonesty that might excuse ;
Thompson has already rented The Choicest Family Groceries. }
'lid some of the unsightly NEULLE H. CUll:, Optometrist three of his cottages at Silver Beac T. J. McMurray one of the or release the voter. Such ,

..i J la DaytonLLtAI pioneer inter visitors of Daytona, cases are very rare. Then, again : i
{ It is to be hoped that the September A baby boy was born the fiOih) of dieu at his summer hcineiri, Marion, every man should set a good; example That's what yon get here. : '\ .
t tanobile tires and inner tubes will that
out
gales wipe unsightly -
Mr. and Paul
Mrs. E.
August to
1 Ohio, Friday of last by actively taking .part in governmental
wfJfK.: I 'Nuff said. :
L wleiaiied at Oliver's garage partly finished causeway' Watkins at Fort Tierce. Mrs. Watkins Col. McMurray was Ice-president affairs. Voting is an important -
;r.t ;;:-Ma Wilson, a negro, wanted forkizg fromthe, east end of the city hall to was Miss Mattie Saxon, who at of the Marion National Bank and interested function.No .

the stcre of Mosby & the'public library building on the one time lived in Daytona and was in many other large enterprises man can escape the consequences i
island. In its unfinished state it has L'G.LYMAN. i
i asOak Hill some time ago, : an employee of the GazetteNewsMiss in Ohio. lie has been spend of bad government. He is

mpWed at New Smyrna last'! always been a detriment to the* looks Florence Crocker departed ing his winters in Daytona for many morally responsible j if he stands .. j I

lh';.."' of the water front yesterday for Milwaukee where she years and had hundreds of Florida aloof, and lets only the i ignorantand : Miller-Strolini's.old>> stand..l..I..I..I..I.I..I..I.I.lI.I. : I

Miss Clara Wilkinson, accom- friends who his demise vicious vote and administer the !
'ic f,jB.D..Luthge; >, of New Smyrna, has accepted a position as instructorat mourn : I

_kn at the hospital in St. panied by her mother arrived from the Dormer-Milwaukee College. government.; ...........................................HMMMM i
\' offering with a fracture Norwalk, Conn., Thursday. Miss Miss Crocker has been visiting with Another Place of Amusement. Do not forget to register i and vote. I Ii

:l.nfIiU, las returned to his Wilkinson landed in New York the her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Garth B. Young and Mark Isaacs I BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL I

,";'i--;...:.. first of September from a visit of Crocker for several months. have leased the Thorp building, No Shows.

.!i several months in Europe. Miss The Council passed license '
City a -- -- J'I
.1Dr. Houghton. dentist west end ('. Fred l Price, the local editor of next to the Merchants Daii and -- 4 4htY4JcraII

&S-. Bridge.$ Peck block,, phone 32.Bev.aad Helen Foote, who went with her, the Journal, has branched into a will open a moving piclfire and ordinance some days ago that would I C C. BOHANNON! f i & Gates. 11

will remain in"Europe two years. f constitutional layer, and quotes specialty theatre to be wn/ui as the wipe out every business and profession -. 1

&,:.-/:-. lire.( Howard B. Gibbons At no time in the pt: four years several sections of the Federal Constitution Crystal Theatre. In adi/tion to the in Dajtona if i the same ratio I:S Physician and Surgeon ,. {Attorneys' at Law I S t:

,0 : Friday evening of last has this section had as much rainfall in this week's Journal. lIe moving picture attraction a four vas carried out according to what Office over the Atwood Pharmacy, |ll4''ialttl'nti n to Examining and 1

# ..: :from aa extensive visit .nortb, as has visited it the past week. made an effort to demonstiate that piece orchestra has been engaged, was piled up against the Opera Heach street Daytona, Ma. Perfecting Land Tit.1e"

of them much improved in It has been an almost continuous the recent revenue ordinance enactedby and I other specialties will be intro louse. The various licenses aggregate Telephone No. 74. Conrad Block DAYTONA. FLA.

bunded and forty- __ .__ __ i
and the low lands are duced. The first will take ; over one
t' down pour the City Council is n. g. program .
I'arr II. IjiudU i
rfprJk spirited of ball was plajed running over. High winds have place on the afternoon of Thanksgiving lollara. Vet some kinds of business II. 11. SllL: :. l\ ,'\. Bert rttbLANDIS
game G. L. Johnson has moved l his .
t.j that carries more money gets off & riSII
be- also been prevalent, sure forerunnersof Day.Republican.
I local diamond Monday household goods from the Weaver Physician and SurQcon.
Unless this
'hcott free. is remedied "
} Djjtona and Byrd Mills. September gales; that are usually Attorneys LawITncilrlnK
I building on North Beach street to there will not be a show in Special l attention given to Dectriraltreatment
iKorawasSto "2 in favor of due a little later. Spellbinders Coming. and Mechanical methods. In all State and Krdrrtl I
the Austin building which he recently the coming Every (' .url" ('lt II or Criminal' bunlnet* 'ivr -
Daytona season. .. I
A\e. IL.urt
127 So. KldKPmmxl "lIr..rul.llpntlon.
( laclllllrtfor
Adam Schantz arrived from purchased. The ground floor Hon. W. 11. O'Neal, of Orlando, thing will have to be canceled as the 8-10:30 and 1-3:30.: 1'houe 81..J.t liMi-MlKMlng and Mpcl pfrfrcllDK titles, :'

.1.J S : Books! School Books! Dayton, Ohio, Sunday evening and of this building is being thoroughly candidate for Congress for the profits would not pay the licenses itelamid. Horlda. S

and in conferring and will be Second District) and lion. John M. IlIftllc A."I..arl. Kgfurd Ely 1
the Monday Tuesday fitted occupied by
,,::; supplies at same spent up J. Dll. I!. KAWLINGSPhysician !
*;Clark's Stationery Store.Jvuroion with Manager$ Gunn of the Mr. Johnson's bicycle store as soon Cheney (If the same city, candidatefor s1LrAlflBLY:

S .. electric light plant. Mr. Schantz is as'completed. governor, both on the Republican i

from Daytona to well pleased with the progress of ticket, will speak at the Armory, Port Orange.Port & Surgeon.) Lawyers i
Kile the Florida East Just received fall and winter I
S over construction of the plant. lIe left I If have not made September 25th, at 7.TO: p. in Postmaster Orange Sept. !9-Mrs. J. B. Dr. Railing's office over Gille Office next door to Bank Building -
samples. we youa
,.til way is advertised for the is for the Hd. ud Florida'IIiLIS
,
arranging
Tues- Jolley
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to Dayton Mis. Trowell arrived home
and
on his return trip suit give us a trial-and you will Case drug store Beach street.
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Ibis month. The fare for talkfest and will provide music for 1
day afternoon. not only be satisfied but will he patronizing from Ohio Friday. -- ---- ---- -- !
I will be
trip $1.50.
the occasion. These candidates will INSURED
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.: New Albert Crow of Crow's Bluff E. L. STEWART
The road between Smyrna a home industry. wasa !
r i are said to be more ad- I address the people in their own I behalf Volusa: County Abstract Investment
New The Tailor. of the Hardeman House this
and Daytona says the Smyrna BIRNETT, guest Phvsician and Surgeon) I
and national issues. Title Insurance
Company.
a than usual and on situ
-' year in
Breeze is in excellent condition; : Attention is called to the ad. of week. Special attention to di-ea!'es I.f tin .M>-tr rtifiirnliib.n! and lit!?. perfectil -
ents will soon commence. to be the best roadin I and Eye, Ear Throat and Now. (Mine :M,.|>... HUM. and Blue frlutu tupVlliM -
claimed Frank daughterwent
is
1 fact[ it Wah the Chinese laundryman Business Men. Spark man And 11,
Professionals M-.li. Hrr r II. I
Ling vs and residence. Magnolia: attune 3rd j : ; rejr S
the fruit is maturing fully alt: .
is probably X.-C-JT Tn-a< Opposite Volu.t Co.llnnfe
There -
the State. in this issue. It is seldom to Ot>I.and Monday. door west of P. O telephone S 2. Iwljind Pta..
earlier than ordinarily. I I The long talked of ball game between office hours a in. tll' p. in. I ,
this road during
.. more travel over that at an Oriental advertises but the Professional and BusinessMen The Ladies Aid Society of the M. ------ -- -- --

en'Lithia Water. the winter months than any other Ling Wall evidently knows how to oil Thursday afternoon. F.. church serve ice cream every G. A. LOCK I I D. I D. & C. /'\. ROGERS :

!rI HAUINS i, The Druggist. section of road in Florida, and its bring his business before the public, For eight came innings the battle raged, Saturday afternoon in the post office I : Civil I Engineers i

;::1 i ttd Mrs. Byron F. Marsh beauty i is only to be seen to be ap having contracted for space in the darkness mercifully putting an end ,lobby. Physician and Surgeon I '

I : '* ***<1 home from their vaca- preciated. I I Gazette-News for a year. Mr. I.yon went to Titusville Mon- special attention given to.tstiwII4.ft.. I Itb Offices I DAYTOXA and :
;vv5 !? to The struggle with the score a tie Kyeand Hltlng. of Ola_. .. omee (MIAMI.. rLA. :
*" in Maine and New Hamplid RENT-Season 1908-09 two I Condit of business connected with hiscelery over tibia'clot thug More I,m.-." liiinrnJ : I
I A? SP FoE Mr. and Mrs. E. M. J IT. to !lt: It was a badly battered lay on .... .. '
7 ton a. I I.,3N' p. ni., ; l i.ii" p. Hi 1)&Jtuna ()Em.tsi'iishediSTS: i
services will be held at furnished cottages, entertained I I farm.
handsomely Orange avenue have and thoroughly tired crowd that left \1TIINA. "'1..0\.

tgiegaUonal Church tomor- I rooms, bath furnace heat, electric their friends, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. !: the diamond when umpire Neus The M. E. Church received a car --- 1\--\ l\W i
JOSIE ROUnRS. M. I U. II BH [
,,. ;,,, *, *._ lights, on Ridgewood) avenue, price Weight and daughter, Marion, of I baum humanely called the gauiie.I of lumber this week. M. 1I

?> 6 Jckson, colored. was ar- $500. Address any agent or W.. B. Glen wood, for several dajs this I The opposing batteries were Thos. Wetherell. of Holly Hill, Homeopathic Physician I !solicit subscriptions! and busiarsi I

&turday on the charge of Chittenden. 1B otA week. The Wrights were enroute I"Pete" lodgrs antI John Donald} was a welcome visitor in town this No 453 North Hearh Str.-..t. for the Tinies-UnioD. :.1;
the from Vikifcg where, during the season Cameron Morris for the BusinessMen 2:30 and ....*. TIMKS-UMOX: BUKKAU.:
: ly Justice railroad accident near week. Office Hours 12.30: to
; .ning whiskey. Mr. Wright is a successful j Smith:: .V Hitch Heal Estate Office, ;r
., 1aound him over to the CrIm4irt Belleview avtnue crossing was nar- grower and large shipper of' pineapples I James Emory Uawlings and Miss Bessie Wheeler went to DeI to 730.Telephone:No.. 122.: Beach :Street.:; I

for trial. Bond in the _rowlv averted last Sunday. As the _ : Edward Faulkner Gates for the .ind Monday to attend the teachers' n.h

,.: |250 was furnished. 3.07: passenger came in a piece of i Professionals 13..th pitchers were examination) Miss May Milhurn 1 DR.UOIIANNON'SPrivate -
'n. from Right You Are. effective, as one can see by the Daytona I Private 1 Hospital -
jumped
very
inches long went to St. Augustine for the same
rail ten
tubes Sanitarium
ile tires and inner
and Sanitarium I
The passenger was followed Daytona is to erect a public school score and their support was superb. .. I
its place. reason. K:.. facility for h*pn.| r I rml ni -n I .
.. ', ')2ed at Oliver's garage by a freight, but as both were building at a cot of :$;:-tOIMl.$:! ( > This : Ihe features of the game.: were tremendous AI r. Christiancy has received a and hlectrlral:. care ry of appliance ui...lltnl. nnj trntn.-d 8urlll.,1 I nu.a'i(""--. Fir the treatment fir Casis.all j jM.dl..l t

=-- !flcl 111'8. F. B. Wright ar- no harm was be of the finest school' drives to the fence by IrKawlings quiet urroundliiK*. *'M>erll aDd v.rgical
over will one
run cautiously I car l load of orange box material. given to all putliii< Twrim on a'pIication. -1 iSouth l 1.aciu htn-et Phone 74. i
.0 hom St. Augustine Sunday hour a force, called in the State. When a and) "Frigid" Smith the >o <4< *Pt. Ilex.o" Mt.. I'n.Ttona. '
half buildings I
done. In an BOIIANNON: M. U.
Wehtover.of Lake Wier, i is a I'r.ti. A. KMTKPbjr I C. C. i
-. :' and were the guests of Mrs telegram from Port Orange was town of DaytoVs reputation spends :. "drive" by "Pete" llodgers: that House this .lilan In Charge.
by f the Hardeman !
S. '! father, Cot C. M. Bing- hand and the damage repaired. !42,000:! ( ) on a plbJCc 1 school building I i tloored Don Morris and the franticwind guest c> I II. GOVEArchitect :
on S.
I II week A. GOYl!
DR. W. :
.
of Jimmie Hutton
: *'Monday, when they went I shows an educational spirit seldom I pounding
it I I ;
S Mrs. Florida Hankins was operated -i Mr.I and Mrs.r Scott and their Builder a.nd
Pierbon.
that
, to usit Mr. Wright'sthe Cal- surpassed. The children at- I i Dentist .t
'."; S Monday by Dr. : daughter, Mrs Stover, and her husband '
'," upon tend school in that building will The game: might have l been going, ContractorKfMdrtxe !
; houn of Atlanta, for glaucoma an had found his arrived Tuesday and are at the AIi4 "o1al. ;
worth \etifrrank Pope Office forner tUdge"i
knider feel that they are something : : and office, northeast cor-
King,
"Catsup She was accompanied -
:
affliction of the eye. and their glasses )before it got too dark to Hardeman House.J tier I'.idgewood and Volutia ave. S
i' : ,..DSona 1 last Saturday on his to Atlanta by her son, \i. that the town parentshave : i'iiosi r: MJI 1'1"1' !). lt.yU*&. I1!Ia. :
Pattillo received telegram
: interest in them and are play. L. a
"JT :W&be Sound. Mr. Snider and Dr. G. A. an I
Maxwell Hankins It has been that announcing the death of;
in their wel| suggested a game Tuesday ;
after- invest money
.through here Sunday willing to
home NPhysician !
.. .route north, expecting to Klock. The party arrived Han- fare. Such a school building will be arranged l between the <'iroffi- W. W. Thompson, who has been in ROY \\ \. I D .

-Daytona later to spend the Tuesday afternoon and Mrs. attract good teachers and good citizens. -I cials and the "knockers." This the bicycle business here for some I and Surgeon.

'' He has just returned from kins is now at the Daytona Hospital Her Men with brains and money I would prove a drawing attraction time and went to Georgia to spend Office and residence130 So. I'.idge-

VI }-.ot: 'e tour through Europe. where she is resting easy. in Daytona. the summer. He was a very char wood \\enue. i'hon.17:..
investment
:, .55txi: want first class sign, car- many friends hope the operation has will. seek and every other town with I Ii i Ward O. Foster of "Ask Mr itable man, a strict (churchman and Office hours: 9 to 11 a. m., :2 to I an.I

Automobile painting. call been successful, although it will not Daytona future ': Foster" fame, was in Oa)tona his friends were greatly shocked at I t ti:3O: to K p. m.

.1Frszure at Foye's Carri-- be possible to determine for several the Leesburg same spirit Commercial.have a bright j Thursday the news of his death. .................MM*' .................

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: Notice latentioa to Apply for Let- Notice to Noa-ResJdent. Geo B. Maaey of Dayton BeAcb, --
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estimated length of the A ml ion ten Patent. Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, in Florida 50 Shares. LOW TIDES on the BT:'. :!
"ll The and for Volusla County. Elizabeth P. Hasty of Ponce Park, I -
] Bond Lumber from its source in the Andes to where The undersigned subscribers and Incorporators Florida SO Shares. :;
CompanyMAMTACTVRERS IX CHANCERY
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It debouches in a mouth fort miles" hereby give notice that on Cornelius ChristiAn Signed, CHARLES T. MASSEY I' Day" At.G.: SEPT <
: I' wide iato the Atlantic U 4.\)) tniles. tbe thirteenth day of September A. D > y\\ CEO. B. MASSEY, : :

: OPt The tory is told of a wrecked ressel, 1908. the undersigned and their associates -. Mary D. Fleming.rs sJ ELIZABETH P. HASTY, t 1_ 3-1:5.: .. 4-101- I X

with her crew on will apply to the Honorable Napo-1J, R. Il.i Subscribers and Incorporators. i 2.. 4:23 5:35... 8I$ ,
S. :
which drifting Fleming,
DRESSED was
ROUGH AND: : :
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.. I Icon B. Browsed, as Governor of the I t I I _
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IUM BER '9 l oard sufferins: Intense torment for I Collins and Josephine State of Florida ) 35:0') 6:40. +- : ,, -
PINE AND CYPRESS : ; ', Sack tate of Florida for Letters Patent incorporating { )58. r 4- 6:00_ 7:4..4_ .;:?
/ 831
Collins. County \"Oltbia. )
1 'F.
which entered the ,
of fre h water them under and by the i' .
lx I S. S. R. I 3... 7:01_ ... 8Z&.. ... i:4O. "
To Mary D Fleming Fleming hereby certify that on this 14th day ;. ;
couth of the Amazon *uJ the .u t'r. [ eor "The Port Orange Development -
name
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? Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime e rs could: bare had fresh water simi i,: Company." in accordance with I II. Collins and Josephine F. Collins. to of August, A. D. 1903, personally appeared -I : _.. 6.7-.. 9:1a.8l9_. ._..IOOO: .lO:3&. -
You are hereby required to appear before me, an officer duly .11:311;.
no('. aDd Yards: Fut ("(as l< a bucket over the side i! 1 the following Articles of Incorporation 81o:2o. ... .
ply y putting "
i and Cement Stoc k. ti the Bill of Complaint filed herein against authorized to administer oaths and take I .JIu., _
i which have their
In RnwndorMgeAT enue f
j but diJ not know where they were un I j jta Charter.they adopted as pro- you In the above entitled cause on or acknowledgment. Elizabeth P. Hasty, 9_ ._II ... ..UtJOI" Itt..: .-,

I ILLS-Bond :MIH.Atlantic Coit Line RT..li
: Kalama'/M.oD sanford BrftDCbottn* F F.<'. Rj. : n.i.Ltri"er.. n? which the tide goes I II' I CHR1STIAXCY 1 1i 19(). I and known to me to be the person described -, I .l-. 12:15.: .. ... 1&i

: ') n.i:> is! known in the upper part i C F. GATES "The Daytona G3Ztttt- 'e1r5" la $I in and who subscribed her name I i ...12.- 105... ._ 2Z1.... -
I Phone 8J R. J. 'ALBManager.. : of its courvf near the And as the T. E. FITZGERALD 'hereby designated as the newspaper in : to the foregoing Articles of Incnrpora-: I _13- 1:. .5_.!... 3:30.. ,'_ 32Q. -

t. : which this order shall be published i tion of Ponce Park Land J ...14-. ... 2-45... ... :21."I_ 4._-
> 4).4)4)4)4). 4)4)4)4)4)4)4)4)4)4)4)4). 4 .4>. Maranon then in the middle course.' i and Development I
1 . .I4A* 4 >4)4)MMM4) weeks. ,' _153:30.... ... iI3". _
Tdbatln tj the mouth of ttshief 'Prorosed Charter of"The Port Orange once a week for four consecutive<< Company and she has acknowledged 4:50...
1 from Witness mr hand and seal of office i before me that she subscribed her :I : _16... 4:15.. ... 6:05... ._ 5:4L-
*** ** ********************.**.** afinent. the Ro! Xe as the Development Company. j j
******************** c gro. j this 29th day of A-igust. A. D. 1908. name thereto for the Uses and purposes 1 _1._ 5O.L.: .. .::0...%_ 1:40...

Sollasoes. while for the rest of 1U : i! SAM L. D. JORDAN Clerk. I _18... oJ)9.' .. ... 85y9.I_.
The undersigned i Incorporators hereby <(seal) therein expressed. 7fO...
i | Cabinet and Repair shop : course Us name Is Amazonas or Ama- ,associate themselves together for the Bv R. P. HAMLIX Deputy Clerk. In witness whereof I have hereuntoset I; ._19_ 6.jC; )... .. 9:10... ._ 8:40.- -

zoa. A thousand miles from the seat ,purpose of forming a corporation under FITZGERALD Jk GATES, my hand and official seal the day _20_ ... 7:50..l01)7.) ,,!,_ 1:37: .,

tJ :* Furniture Repairing Mattresses: Heriaired and mateto order. We : I Is four mies! in 'WJ.lth."ast and often the laws of the State of Honda) as prescribed Solicitor for ComplainantFirst and year first above written. : _:?:!I- 5:30..I0:3./ : _10:30. _

:: handle the celebrated Ostermoor 3.ttressmd solicit impassable forests lint mot of its i by the general :Statutes of said [SEAL] CHAS. K. DILZER. ...22_. 9:13..lI.27.ll-JL. :
I your : banks..iI.iiSISISIIISI. :State, and by the Acts of the Legisti *- Xotary Public. State of Florika. I'I! ...23.... ...10-10.: .. ....1119..,. ...11:55.:
order for first-class work. Oran ent. Peck blkJ pub. Aug. 72; last pub. Get 10. .
e are ._ ..
4 : -- ---- i ture thereof and adopt the following My commission expires Aug. 10. 1909. _2-4_ 11 ::30. ..l2.lO..l2-.311.: ,,
Notice to Creditors. _23_ ...12:15... .. 1:15... ._ ,
: W. G. HOBBS. Proposed Charter: State af : 1:17., .. -
'I I :. .IIU' : In Cou t of the County Florida. I I I ...26_. ._12:5.>........ 1:40. 1.1..

<.< *V1MM *****JMM ***********.. I....................... ... I ARTICLE I Judge State of Flor County Volusia.J"I ...z: ;'_ 1:30... .. :'1;>"'. ._ %:40.... .

__ __ I I: Legal Notices : !i The name of the Corporation shall be ida. Volusia County.In August hereby. A.certify D. that 1909 o\i this 19th day !I "!8 S_ -.2:0.5.: .. ... ..i.5.;... 3:20.-:

COLLEGEFlorida's 'I -The Port Orange Devekpment Com- re Estate of before personally ap- I _.29... 2-IC......, 3:3.: ).. 4:10-
ROLLING peared me an officer authorized -:
........................I. .I pany" and its business shall be conS Henry H. Thorp. to administer oaths duly and take -30.... 3:15.: .. ._ -1"'= 1.. Log.,. -

and To Distribu _31... .3-; ...... .
Oldest College otke of Final Di5cbar I'. ducted in tbe State of Florida all Creditors. Legatees acknowledgments, Charles T. Masseyand _' : 61)3.; .. 'Lfi
other states of the United States of tees and all persons having claims or B. : '

'ollf'Ef'\tad..mr: and f">chooljof Mu>tlrn-"loD." Floe Arts lv>m. tie and li.Ju- Xotke is herfby given that the undtr-I America, shall be convenient or nec I demands against said Estate: known George and known Massey to me! ,to to be the me well :i i Forenoon and afternoon tides are ta. }.1

trial Art and Buslnir**. '' signed administratrix: of the essary. The principal office of said! You and each of you are hereby notified sons described in and who subscribed per- proximately at the fame hoar. A &o.

_ Oarnfgl Hall and third nii.n', dormitory 011 colng up: f'1< furs.be.IsrfaeuttV: prfct bealtti condition*: One e: mna,lum. athlettr td. : dite. to-"ifon the :nd day of Febru- i County. Florida. and demands which you or either of hou? after high tide and within tv '. .-
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tennis court goU link: ha-e 111 and 1. .I.baU t. ui v bamboo* of Klortds thtsN.arIysqurter'f .r 1 final Incorporation of the Ponce Park Land
her to .
19 'J. account of hour of tide.MASONIC
present the estate high
ary
have
a million dollar endowment: exptMi**'* niCHieralr: : ; 'bol r>hlp* ARTICLE II you may against and Development Company and they :: -
available. Christian undenominational: *t aUf,T j' 1 the County Judge of Volusi County. Henry II. Thorp. Deceased, late of Volusia -
CONDUCT I'I Hcrid together with the voucher and :1 Tbe general nature of the business to l County, Honda to tbe undersigned severally acknowledged before me that : DIRECTORY. .1
CULTURE: they subscribed their thereto for
_ CHARACTER I! ;&A for a Snal discharge as such admin- ;, be transacted by said corporation is as admin :)tratrix of Mid estate the and names therein HALIFAX I, ,r .
_ Nest s 1
WM. F. BLACKMAN. Ph. D., WINTER PARK FL1..i" \, UnTil BRUSH SHOEMAKER. acquire and deal in land and real estate be forever barred. my Band and official seal the day 'HALIFAX MeetandTburaday.CHAPTER. X IJ. 3. a. A. *--. ,
:. 1 Administratrix. i of all kinds whatsoever To buy. sell, Dated this August ??. 1908. .."
This August I. 190S. 1 and year first above written. OKI1tST.\Lf'OXf.-\SDEKY.f1: : "E.1'.... 1
deal in real KAThRYN THORP.
and estate
: nchanre.leUl', [SEAL] E. F. GATES )(,." fib Tllunday
OQQ-O- t..t I j
*IO OOGOO00 i if of all kinds whatsoever on commission Administratrix "
LIVE04K
.First March Notary Public. State of Honda. THAPTKR. X I ( pub. 14)otke ) u a real estate agent. To sell mortgage I M.*l. JB d and 4th Tuesday..
c %cBQlD J. B. COMUDkePrr N.rOMUD: f :> of Final Discharge. sub-let pledge ;Jeaoe or con\y the Notice of Intention to Apply for Letters My Commission expires July II, 1909 All meet In Masonic Ball Orall,. amityFlorida's

President \ *. Notice u hereby !given that six months property of said corporation or any part Patent.

after date to-mt on tie 14th day of thereof, at will, and to invest the proceeds
BANK" : The undersigned subscribers and incorporators -
| MERCHANTS fHR September. A. D. 19O''. the undersigned of the same at pleasure as may: be hereby give notice that on Higher Educational Institutions.
determined the To conductany _
by by-laws. '
administrator of the J:: ute of Alice P. the :2Jrd day of September A. D. 190S
*>;CH OP \'oLrr.l. OOC5TT: B.i'I1It1 'd| Ctiri-tiancy. late of Volu$ia County of ill business and to have officer? the undersigned and their associates t

; Capital Stock..... ... ....... .......... ...... ...... .. .... $ 50C C<> j ,. rlorida to deceased the Honorable, will piesent J. Lee his Mo.Crory accOunts -- ({1 and agents agencies in such and places to employ in this officers State and and will Broward.apply to as the Governor Honorable of the NapoleonB State of UNIVERSITY OF THE THE STATE COLLEGE[[ FORNOIU '- j

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Surplus and Profits ........... .......... ......... ...... :; .lf.t( ; ." County Judge and apply for other States as may be requisite and Honda for Letter Patent. incorporating (floridaFernaleCofl.ge.) t
to said business and STATE OF FLORIDA[
final'di'cnarge: a* administrator of said necessary carry on them under and the of :
Four per cent interest paid on Savings accounts and Time Certificates [ estate 'II. H. YARBOROUGH further the ends of said corporation Ponce Park Land by DevelopmentCompany name Tallahassee Florida.
ana
such necessity to be determined under Gainesville, Florida. _
I of Deposit. Xo notice required for withdrawals Adminbtrstor.'Thi the discretion and judgment of the in accordance with the following .5
March I 14th. 190>.
Articles of which
A board of directors. To borrow Incorporation A ('ofle for WOIDt'D.ithout
Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent. 2 j i. money they have adopted as their proposedcharter a paealid -
j and to*ecure the same and monies other in the South embrviog a C
w ,Fir t May 16) ., rtt
W ? pub ) A high-grade !' f young

.....,. OOtOOOO.0 QfJ-IDCII"3 :Notice of Final Discharge. i l,: bonds wise ,owning notes or by other deeds obligations mortgages there-: 190 Dated$. this CHARLES;13th day:::::of T.August.MASSEY A. ,D. I,, men offering Literary, scientific Envh.ol or liberal of lodu..triilrtl Aria; a Normal; a School School; at s '. .

:, Note i< hereby given that the under- for. To make contracts at any timewhatsoever GEt: B. MASSEY. ciDet'ringcrltultural and Pedagogt- Fine Arts offering instruction Ia dn*. -
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..*. .... ................;............................. 'I n.-d iJmiautratrn: : ot the Estate of', for the furtherance of the ELIZABETH I'. HASTY. I cal Courses in?. painting piano pifje-ornan.i sloga,
L. II Kobbins: will. six: month after business said corporation both with \'OI't'-'WtUrf', docuu"n' and
: J, u. G.RRkON : I date to-wif: on the ICtU day of o'fmI i individuals and other colourations and Proposed Charter of the Ponce park !I Strong faculty; well equipped I lab- culture. physical

ber. A. !>.. 190S. present her finalac. t generally to exercise all such powers as I Land and Development Company.The I oratories; thorough instruction, both f Forty Florida counties and IiP1'f'I

: I .cIoexamiDationofcectne.: : counts to the County Judge of Volusia ': may be nee. s ary or convenient to thepurpot't't undersigned incorporators hereby ;I theoretical and practical; careful su- States represented in the enrotlaeal

: _ al work finished aDd charged fcr : f C'ountFlorid", and *.A for her final 1 I or businesses of this corporation aaaociate themselves together for the ()tOn 3iOD and discipline, ; high moral last session '.

: i Ffrom this shop shows ho"V squarely : dl-chrge a> aJnnnl-tratri\: the said and to have exercise and enjoy all I purpose of forming a corporation under II tone. Fine new dormitory with moms far "

I 4. and honorably 11'e transact our : t'tate.JOSIl'IIIXE the rights. powers and privileges: incident the laws of the State of florida. as pee.seribt.d one hundred and sixty girls, just conNo -
PELL BOBBINS, to a corporation for profit. tuition charges to Florida stu-
i organized
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by the G octal Statutes' of said J>1..tt'd. flans fP other nUDie i indunts. -
: business. Electrical repairs re- : Administratrix Estate of L II. Robbins : and existing by virtue of the laws
/ State and by the Acts of the Legislature Other expenses very low. For pro\ement are already made
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: cehe special attentk-n. These : First p'u. July 4)) I of the State of lorida. thereof and adopt the following catalogue and information address For further'icformation or eataktm

who employ t us net'er crry about ARTICLE III Proposed Charter: weRe tu
1 :Notice of Final Discharge. ;, ARTICLE I. ANDREW SLEDD,
A. A. MURPHREE
and kno before
1. our charges tLey 1II' :
i i Notice i Is Lertby given that ix months, The amount of Capital Stock of this The name of the corporation shall be President. Presideat
engaging us that our uorVmanship rfter d&te.0.-"it": on the 4th day of i| Corporation shall be Twentv-fi\e bun Ponce Park Land and Development !

i i'I "ill be the bet.Daytona :. J.uusrn.. 1909, I will present my'idred dollars (S.')OO 00)4) be divided Company and its business shall be conducted I'I

: .: accounts to the County Judge of Volu>ia into one hundred t 1100)) shares of the in the State of Florida and in j:
I
.. County. l-1oriJa. and ask for my dis.1 I paraue! of twenty-five dollars ($2.5 I otter States! of the United States of EAST COAST
I FLORIDA RAILWAYLOCAL
1 :. JJ_ Electric Co. ihargi> as administrator of the estate of r each AH!! or any part of the Capital America wherever necessary or convenient. j
Stock of this
John Ste\ens. deceased. corporation may be pay- The principal office of said corporation ,

: / + ._ !_ .I_ 23-2 South Beach Stret'tf : 1 hi.* July 4, 1903. able in property. labor or sen ices. at i&. shall be t'once Park :; i TIME CARD No. 75. IN EFFECT APRIL 14. IMS
}'. J. XIVER.AdminUtrator.. j just valuation to be fixed by the Incvr'porators : Horida. -I

... .... ............................................: or. by the directors .t smut.lT4 County, ARTICLE II No,99lNo,29 I j I| MANLINE t! No-7* ( Noii'

;I, .in.-.... .--,....- f..-.... ,.-h.- nllp....-..... -J.'ph.O" "JI The general nature of the bu..inf't'S4) _Dally I DAlly I | D..n" Dan.

It, labor or services m'y aLt be purchaseda&d I be conducted by the said corporation isas I sio isia: an I.--J YUle-.4' 7;' os '-16-;;
(
11'f'T'r"' r First Pub. July IS) paid for with the capital stock at a follows: To purchase own. operate 7121'ISpn. to lI41ua- as "' _IlL Aqac1De--.Ly tit pm 'JD ..

:Notice of Final Discharge. just valuation of such property I labor I and sell hotels! and and I I 512pm Iflp.a L"-zu&I'Wtt&-.LY lot ,. I US..
: restaurants texmise <
or services to be 1 fixed by the directors liSpia lsspa t:=:::Dao;;: t: 521pm 4an t iI -
all!1 SslTpn 4i
Notice is that six months incidental to *
f hereby given power pur.tba..ing. tsIGpIR: _
I I : of the t spsa I.--x "1"A I. .
San Corporation at called 2301' .16.
Mateo a Lifting
Cigars after date to "it"on: the ::0th day of for the I owning" operating and telling 1tIp. ItgplS lA-TttuYWe-!., t1in ,. ..

January. A. D. 1909. I will present my rurpo..oe.P.TICU such hotels. To purchase, own, cultivate -I 1354 Ilssat am 413pm aup tv: ..coe, z. l3zzpin ISlam
:c-il) accounts to the lion. J. Lee MeCrory. : IV and sell lands of all kinds and to I2a. 450pm to.-.,. G..HC--L Ilsape t lmsm

1 County Judge Volus County. This Corporation hall exist perpetually -|I utilize the product of said land in every I I, 12&1 alii soot.a lA-Xelbov1sl--L.- Li 11M 1154am am I 1.114am..

Have Made i iA f Florida and aA for my discharge as ad- as provided by law.ARTICLE way they may see fit. not contrary to 250am iUOalll lOt tmpm lot'' __..".-11._ n.r- ." L. 555am I 1115pm
pia 1'1.-
I ..
11M. .
mimnrator of the Estate of Harriet E. V. l law. The corporation shall have the .:. allt 1lpia 1.-J'I.La8der4&le.--L. Siam. 5555.
Meisner. dt'l't'Le..J.I I power of buj ing. 1 leasing or selling or I 7am 1t45p a' I. 7flp
The business this corporation shall PlOam t5Oa I.e_ := _
CHAS. YcX.HY.Jmini..tr3tN otherwise I
acquiring or Cispuping of 'slepm

Reputation of 1 I I:.\Meisncr. of the Estate: of Harriet be President conducted, sect by nd a \i President-I'rt-l.dent., rirst Vice--cre-1,j'! and huh all may articles be :necessary of personal cr incidental property any I I ttlOUallt tJ 00 pllt '101Oua "Ar..XaiSr.'z..Bow.sts.d..L:., Duck L.. llopm. ... :_'. Iwnam tt-lWpm,. .. a"

.
i .
and 'treasurer and Board of five 'Dsilyezeipssdsy $w4art aad .
This July IS, 190S.Sheriffs. tary s i j j to the proper carrying of its business: nandan11. %Tu8dalaucl ,..., -
.
Directors '
< and
such offiiers and
other
r. the corporation shall have the further I _ _PAIATXABRAJlfCH
: Their i Own. Sate. agents as may be from time to time ap II power of selling mortgaging or otherwise -
i I
lA.ye'I EAST PALATXA
pointed.The A.nttr. I...". PA.LA.TKA TO "
I I 1! Under and by virtue of an execution Stockholders shall meet on the pledging or disposing any of its I.'I p _TO PA.LA.TJCA.. lPsIatka Pa1&tb EAST
I real PALATXApI
or personal !

, ,: : The success of the ?an Mateo Cigar i, one of ij J Jthe issued\" : cutf"County.the Florida Circuit in Court a causetherein ofol.ii the twelfth first day meeting of October of said A.corporation D 190S for at i! any debts owed property by the corporation as security; also for I I, Itiaa) _N'L 46 DaIl7...,..,J 7 ;; io. nsfl'..... _[IU.. ,.: '

the power of borrowing and of I = : gg SalIva -1 Isa
industrial pending, herein M H. Zuber is I' the office of the Corporation in Day. j money .S aa .5s: 45 am 11 II a ............Xa.M ft: ..
greatest triumphs of the East CO1.t plain t.tf and Charles S. Rieman is defendant -. tona, Florida, at t I hate levied and will i! manner permitted by law to natural I II .. 4 pa 45 pa _5to 16 Vssiy_ 451pm
since the freeze. upon 1 the purpose of adopting bv-Iaws. holding persons. I :'J6.' _. .5. 54 an,.. ... ..... P 7 pm .Jo. i1 DXv.: __' Ipm
t >fti ai public in front of the ,, ar 1'0. .
outcry the first election -- D.ly ..._
of officers and comj j i ARTICLE III. == L. .54a !IoI II&1IY ..... I.
C urt house door "in DlunJ."Iu.ia I j I
: Made from the choicest growths} of tobacco that tie T nin' j C':1ty. loridi. on the 1st Monday in 1 plrticg ration. the The organization Stockholders of shall this"! corpo-meet'I' The amount of the capital stock of I II I Ii II I SAM MATEO BLU4CH .

Bula of Florida and the Inland of ('ub: can produce, and 1 O<'utr U-ing the .>th day of said' annually on the second Monday in October i the corporation shall be twenty thousand -;I .E z:' LAST pALATitlAI San; Less. I s.u MATEO TO .
\\raj- iSJO.OOO) dollars, to be divided TO SAX I San
MATEO i .
A alska
n nti.! U. ll\ 0> during the legal !
? ped with the rich silky leaf grown t.n Fast:: 'oo.t. plantation.! 1 V h, .r-:s! uf sale to the biglivrt and I others of ire each determined year then by the after by-laws unles I'i'i into two hundred shares, of the par -;-;; ____) _::: 5!l I _EAST_. _PALATApa_ .
.
I, t+ .t tidier! for the value of one hundred \$llJO) dollhrsI jl jlI _. ,... ; _____._ DsII7.__ '
the > cash following I. 11 tiiy. _
cigar industry the world ha-* neter rroJut'\.lll4.ufr Hls.l t i At this annual stockholders meeting I each. All or any part of the capital L _$*) e. .... .. 14 ty..4
For sale all the de-srr.t.ed personal property 01 said de- there shall be elected five of the stockholders stock of this 1 si. is Mo. 1 Mo. 13 I '- I I J&S
by leading hotrl and l'lul.s aiid ly tie Urn n 'pl1t'nt.: t..1IIit'-1 roll top drek. I of said corporation directors I corporation may be payable 1 MATPORT o.
as
News Company on every train entering Florida ians.Rennrglon: 1 0,1 tj h'rater.Oated .P<<'''nter. 3 chairs, :2 glass I : and said direct- at their meet-1 j i i: just valuation in:property.to labor be fixed or by services the incor-at'a j :: snYv.n7 &AMCH LJ-

J 'I'Wt..fltSiZeS, ;>tyle> and! grades to eleet from, j ; this ;.ird day of September, A. shall ing to elect be a held President on, the fit saaie i 'iet-dav i|! orators or by the directors at a meeting I Sspm S55W 245 7 am I hi 1055am* pm 510Pm'505Pm

D I IW'. J. R. TURNER, President, Vice-President.. ; called for that purpose. Property, I I t) ((1O$5.ia Le.At1anueB..cLi $13 aw I Itt am *ISps

: rot SALt! ht'rltI.Iuils County. Florida. and Treasurer, ; and such Secj j I I labor or :services mar also be purchasedand _
; I BALL I MlALHRS.) rttary other paid for w ith the capital HOCK at a f
officers and agents tts the corporation ,''I just valuation of such :i ::'ri:
Manufiuturvd I>rS. may authorize. AH officers shall hold property, labor j 01 Sns. cx.. Sun.i .
I First pub. August :Ni) their I j! or services to be fixed by the directors 3nj ; :;
respective offices until their ,
:NOTICE OF SALE. successors ',, of the corporation at a meeting called ; p,. LvI.as $O0,2IstvTtsuss
W. ROWLEY SAN MATEO are dulel..ted and qualified Ui.aLv4LlItpa 431pm 100am AT.55IJf'I
for that I a p. Is 51 am Lv.
In j The the puri>ose. Oras Qsy L.12lo pm 4 10 .
FLORIDA Cvuny Court.l'vUntv..1 of otfWrs pm
Judge's ho
names w to P.4mIIm.r
are I'I'I I ARTICLE IV. 4oopm _..__._... ..... .
VoluiU and < conduct the bu mes$ of sail
\Aw.W I .. corpora- I This corporation shall exist perpetu- j .___._._ !e5tas M 4. M LsIy w., esa.w r,, .
\ rfk"- < lld..a.,1. ll.ll.ll. .1.1 4MAiA ;} Mate of }lurida.lr | tion until thce elected at the first K. V.as am4R _,
I ally law.ARTICI.E.
a* provided by j-Ihe.
) t.:..' Matter vf the [ election shall TIMS TaBLza
i qualify thall be F. N. I.. ,a4 swih.Uesaswjeb trs mab..zp.etedss
.
V. d.p. rr. ..,
Estate i-f W. II. I Conrad. Pn-.i 'eDt; T. E. Fitzgerald, I| .5.1.4 I. $ ta. asses...: but tS.4e arrival r dp.rl.Is at
ir I The business of this corporation shall Xww.Samd. .r 4... 15 Camp..7 k.1d 1tssU f.raal
tasp.saIbI
urr. IMea.ed. Hrst \ice-Pn-sident. Coruelius ,
; t5.,4p
r be
it Hirtue \..f an oid",r from the County taacy Second Vice-President: 1-Chri.-j: conducted by a President, Vice ,.,
Prestd nt and C.,2.1 lb. t..al yt. .,
J.d: 'se'< 4.'uurt of \\.Juia. County HorI j Gates, Secretary, F. J.her.: Secretary and Treasurer S.I1..a.. TIlE Cap! Oth.r l.f.r.at1am
tVL1 4 j the office of TI C.ET A G1NT,"
t A FULL. ,.:s \\ hI Mil at public utiry"to the I iandr.N.: C 'Lrad T E: fitzgerald I II tobebedbyvneperejo'and Secretary: and Treasurer Board I 0 RAUNER, Asalatast o..ra& p gt., ST.. AUOUST1N. FL0&1)1Cute

J JI a 'WT 'c't-t aiid Ust bidder for cash on:'I Ccrnehuu hristiaory, E. F. Gates and of three Directors and such a
other
\1 1' :.dsy..th: ," nfth dJ.yoftt"l't'r.. A. j It. J. Nivtr. Directors.ARTICLE. officers: ,
; j and agents as from time' time mAY H : shown above for the la.p..rl; Brani a' 4obould .. L.-mnch t IMM er
f
a !
; i i. l l4o.' hrtn the I legal hour of sale, i ... .
MI : not correct 5FIorI4a
. ". I appointed. The stockholders; shall tree* .DI"r. : ; secure ich- .!t. la'-' a tr.li* tn*
s' r f".rt t dr -if ttie Court House '
Exppss .H I a:. i. Horiat.: tlief.dluwiagdeeerittd. ) a I The highest amount: of i ind..btt'dzf' on the ith day of October .\. I D.. 190, i Ia.t: 0'.ast Rail..!* .\it'DLI
PEpAD or liability to which this corporationmay for the first meeting; of said I i
I I corporation
; i thmll: ard Icing in the County
t : \ v ..-." 'and State of lends, to-1IIit: at any time subject itself ,shall! beTentti'.r at th- office of said corporation at Ponce:'
Hundred 1.1.liars.ARTICI.E IVOO1I ; Park buds at ten o'clock in the fore-
.
I \vrtf! cteha'fNof: \ the'not I

i :., .-.:-.-tj and fifty \VI50 feet of I : VII ,' noon la" for' tie purpose of adopting bi ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROADS
1 I holding the first
.- election of
, : :1.5.t'.\ '. tiek; :.: ILsigmans l>ay-i'' The names and resdeLes: : of the sub- j. and completing the organization of officers this j

1 scribers and the amolLt of Capital! corporation. The
...< ce N-x of tools, one bed room ytock subscribed for t.t'ad !1 stockholders !shall ,
are as folF' /- meet annually; en the first
'S ., Monday in
'
: Ir > oj :.d .thtr personal property.1.t w".s i il

: ID z. ..,.; i! as., aUe the property desirited ofV property H. Furr will det be- Shares.T.. :X.. Conrad, l>I&ytvDl.: n ., Twenty 'i i otherwise At October the annual each determined year thereafter by the by-laws.unless" ]j GOES EVERYWHERE.North .

It : asrd fur the pjiya.ent of defcu against: E. : stockholders' meeting [
Fitzgerald, Davtoca. Ha, there shall be elected three
of the
DfVV'Rtc6 :: ',' t-tate of said deceased.Pat stockholders -
Twenty Stares. of said
f. >i this i ::;th day of August. A. D. Cornelius CLratiancy Port and corporation as Directors; I j
JIr4 Orange the said
1 isws-1 F. W. 1-UPE stockholders shall elect one .
toF Fl > South
Shares.E. :
Twenty of their
cumber
-''. :: n.is....iocer' of County Judge's Court.Notice to be President and one':'
F.
r. Gules. lS ton.i. FU., Twttty of their number to Vice-President
I]
it Shares.
and on* of their number
to be
t ,,
F. J. Xiver Daytona. Ia! Twooty and Treasurer the office Secretary ''
of

CHAS. BLUL'CO '\\P\NY Si\fDth: Judicial Non-Resident.: Circuit of Florida. in Stares.F.. J. M\ER, 1 I: and person Treasurer The !to be holders always at held Secretary the by their one i iI !'i East West :

r AGENCY P.\I"T BREWING ." '. aru fur \olusia Count CORNELIUS CUHb l.CY t t meeting shall elect such other officers ;,
I:\; CHANCERY.Ccrnelius E F. GATES. and
agents as be
J may nexessarv in the iI | .
. Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis 66 \\liiskevSn : Chrtstancys | i;:: T. E. HTZGERALD. I, carrying on cf the business (,f tie eo,., "
porstioo.11 officers; Consult the
\ j
/ stall! hold their "Purple Folder.
I'r.t, Li..t :'. S. Fleeting Mary County of Volusia.tI $ II| respective offices until their j t
!
1A" KS'NV !IT 'Icrida.t' successors
IE M 1.\. D femnz. U. H. I State of I | I Ia.-e duly elccte.j l and qualified. The

Collins aDd Joscphi&e V I hereby certify that on this '.'nd day j name of the oXcr! ; who f""
Collins. I of .\UCu..t.D.. 190J, personally: ap-!i the business of the are to conduct ( For detailed
T'ervatitons
corporation information and
pearetl before me. a notary public of 1 thosect! until ) ratos t.t1t'dult's! f
flKflSOEA ,. J /at the first
pORMORETtlANA CENTURr T *. S Flen.ine Mary D. fleming R. the!' Mate of } Hcnda) : T. t:. Fitzgerald. :: qualif: shall election arej
H ('.'! in" >td J'.-{ hine F. Cwlhos.a Cornelius CbristLincy. E. r. Gates and I! Pmideot ( be: fliu. T. Mawey. | ;:
j > B
We Kcive be.en..sUoPF'J' : tit. > ,> are e-r* bv reqmrrd to appear to F J. Nicer, to me wU known and !I I oVnt I-JizUth; > P. Hasty Massey I Vice PmiI : :>ve your nearer ticket, 8l.,0..t"Hltt1 to 01'eall ,
.ng the Bill: of Complaint filed hereto against i i known to me to be the persons Setretaryand ,
Treasurer.
me.ds: Macri"ncr you in the she ectitH-d UexrnJ J t an'? (Ola T. Mu < .
B
t-d ey. MTO.
I- oj LlSe.s.We cau.on or [ in and who ubscnU-d their '
I )j before tl.e .th Jay of IVioter A. IJ'J the foregoing .%rtkks l of Incorpora-namesto !: rectors.Masy aad Euzabtth P. lIat,. I>i I on
carrj .laVge stofVRi \9C'.
; tion 8.j Incorporators tlf "The Port f
j ARTICLE
TAeL A.3S7AT'ONAy Tie iHxt-ina' GazetteNVws'inhere Orange M.
--- Ievelopmtnt j
E'otES.3cIL-: C''llJpany"'Dd The
higrit
.k Iv J..i1'! ': atd! a.. th t in amount of indebtf'\Jnf'1'o r'
pa
ptr severally
i : E.R .SQ.I Gl.ooi w v .ch tl, v-.iH hal.. acknowledged before ihe that or liability to alt<< h this Frank C. Agt.
okl,,' .:. ;1\- be published once they ubf nbni tttir names thereto for' rporati o Boylston, Traveling Pass.
e..J. h.... .j t "..,L !c.1t'.i d we-s f..r f ur C'Vf.*ecuti\'e wt't-ks. the uses and may at any Urn- subject itself shall be >
therein
c. '.'.".U '"ihs. \\ .. purports expressed..1 I twenty thousand :u.a. itu -t n.y hard: and seal! of office i iJL : In witness whereof I have hereunto i :
: .Nth d "f .. ARTICLE \'I1.
\
= August. D. 190! et my hand and seal the day and j
MMiBY t M'N'Y. -..al! :O\Y'L D JORDAN. Clerk. first; above ,written. year The names and residences .f the subscribers ,. A. W.
Fritot
Ky R P HAMLIN. Deputy Ckrk <>EALi V V C HOWES. subttnbtd and the amount of capital !"loci Division Pass. Agent5sontilles1Ii.J r

: --'- 1TJlS1At1.ANTA J ITlca.JLLD.O.TlS.: [ Notary Public State of Florida. for by each are as follows; ,
:;u1ieitura I Charles Massey! of
fut CuwLairsszs. Daytona !
J Uy Cousnlaioo Beach
expires May !9, 1909. Florida, 70 Sbarea.


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