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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
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Alternate Title: Gazette-news
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Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: September 26, 1908
Publication Date: 1901-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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ClUff. Daytona, Florida, Saturday, September 26, 1903.bat *'*"" '., Med... I. p.yt... ... Vlelllll). Price 5 Cents 5EMNANTS ;,

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M MMMM MMIMf I EXPERIMENT STATION red Archersonia and the brown 1 mm PUBLIC SCHOOLS .*************************************************;** I

A y'< fungus are known to thrive on f C Fronting on the EkitrkLights and :
HALF
PRICE ON IHIIEFLY[ CONTROL species A. but will also grow, to OPEN VERY AUSMCIOUSL. : Halifax River. Moifero Improvements !

some extent at least, on species B. :
10'next ten days we will.offer KkK If there is any doubt in regard to KKk : 1

,; "SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS The Florida Agricultural Experi which species is present, send specimens Thirteen Teachers Are Now Employed : SCHMIDT'S HOTEL
to the Experiment Station for
N'limiilt'i \ .
: Formerly ilia
-- ment Station Advocates ;
INANTS and odd and ends at Half the Original Price to identification. It is important to in the High and I "
a HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Proprietors, J
gsp on stock before the New Fall Gouda arrive. Come in andover Fungi For This Pest. know which species i is being dealt Public Schools. <<

the bargaius we are offering. It will pay you. Ther is still time during September with, in order to know which fungusto ,. "" There was a scene u: DAYTON FLORIDA. ;

in which to introduce use. Vacation Done; \| of bustle and acth'ity'uation : .
Ax The Peck-Hendricks Company. fungus The,earlier this is done For more detailed information \ at the school house : Fine Home Table iVluhtful
', the better. For introducing fungususe write to the Experiment Station at Ilegun. a Reasonable Rate Sunny Rouni i I
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NNNNN.t the method of spraying the Gainesville for bulletin 88, and for when the hundreds of pupils of the ..........+NS1NS..1i111 1Yssrr.rara..r..r.. .,
spores ( l'rm8)) of the fungus mixed press bulletin 80, 82 and 83. ----- -
MM NNNN NNNNNN.NNN..N.+ in Daytona graded and high schools .......................... .......... ................ ;
water against the under surfaces gathered for the opening of school

;I ( HAS. E. GARDINER CO. i Several of trees the whitefly-infested treated with the leaves red M. B. AULTMAN: NJOINS after The the school long summer opened vacation.auspiciously ; The Breakers by the Sea. ;1SEAOREfZE

T Aschersonia by this method at De- RANKS OF THE BENEDICTS.t I and bids fair to prove a very successful FLORIDA.
Land on April 21 and 2:. 1908, had I term. The enrollment on

i nearly .half of the whitefly larvae on Monday was 211. This number Will be opened Tune 1 under the management of I. M. 11ABUETTK.

Dry Goods j them infected and dead by the Was Married to Miss Cora B. I will be added to largely later ia theseason

middle of the following June. Other Laughrey, on Thurs cUy, I, as the winter residents coin The house will be conduct d on a higher plane than ever before, thoroughly -
s trees treated in the same way and The teachers, all of whom were renovated and nfurni-.h Rooms single or eusuite, with or uuU>ut
: with the at New September, 1/ private baths. Fine fishing and the burst surf bathing in the world. ;
same
&r Phone 102, Anthony Block fungus present Monday morning, are the
; .: Smyrna on Nov. :9, 1907) showed The marriage of Mu py B. Ault best that could be secured. Manyof SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY. A TRIAL, .SOLICITED.: a

4IYTONA > similar results by the twentyfirstof man, of Daytona, to MfU:; Cora II.Laughrey them
are no strangers to Day-, Rates $1.00 per day and upward according to I location of rooms.
I I'eal August this }ear. Other experiments of Dawson, Pa., was sol tcna pupils, having taught lieie .. .
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FLORIDA. N N NNN NN Nt N1N 1 .................1
.. : have not not been equally emnized Thursday, Sept. 17lh at before. The corps of teachers: is as
........................................ successful In some instances the the home of the bride's sister, Mrs follows: i .

I causes of failure are not well undt'r-I: Earle 0. Miller, at WayneslJurgl'a 1'rof. F. L. \VritfLt,. -Principal. City Hotel. i

tlI.I.I.i.1.I.I.1.I.I.1.I.I.I.I.a.I.1.11.1. 'stood, in others it wa llou"tl Rev T. J. Edwards, of the First Miss Margaret Fuller-AssistantPrincipal. i
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to the extreme drouth. here are, Baptist Church, of Knoxville, olliciating .

: Groceries I however, only one or two instancesin I Miss Clara %Vilkinsou-f.atiu I OPIN All THE YEAR t} ;

which the writer; failed I to get ; The ceremony Ala1: performed at Tt'8I'ht'r ., tl i
j. .. any growth' of fungus at all, when II nine \lock, after which a l eauti Mins Jennie; lorr -Kihthr s tom."r' H1K1C11CU13.: v: l lr t
good fresdi material used between l fully Nintedrdding l.r.-.I.,1 i ni.UTHU': BLI: .LS. _
was | | ;! \I"
been aim establish :
It has our to .
Hut and C4.U1 It.th.Table {
the dates of April :-1 and way srrvt"ll. Immedutfly after the Mrs I M. Malihrtte--Seteiilligrade I 'j
a grocery here that will meet : November :!NIt ceremony t the bride and jiitom lefton I I nr"t-CI. .

with the popular wants of the : i is at those times when thelarvae a tour of the New England states I Miss Clara (Intrin-Sixth grade, I ;'I,

peoplp.Ve study their wants are young (first t, second and The groom, Mr. Aultman, is one Miss Minnie Care\v.Fifth grade T-- GEO. H. MATTHEWS\ 4t, I IPROPRIETOR.

and their needs and buy accor S: third) stages) and abundant, that the of Pa)tuna's l.opullr| business men 1i May labheUe-Fourtbgrade. I .. :; j i iN i I
F dingly.Ve not overtaxed : fungus can be most readily started. and i is well and favorably known .
are For time larvae of lieie. The bride, Miss luughrey. IK Miss K\a ,Ja.-lson-Third grade. .. ... .......1....11.11.1.1..1.1.................... it
with ; and enabled to : some past young l j
y' expense; are the daughter of I the late Joseph I*. Miss Emma Aj>thorp-Second J \ J
the first, second and third stages : The Princess iSSeila I Is the fine new stone and frame :
sell at moderate prices. Give U: have been abundandt in the white- Laughrey, of Dawson, l'.i. :She has grade. hotel opened. the past winter at I!
4 Seabreeze, Florida It will (continue open for the accomodatioQ of summer : I t
us a trial for the coming month. :. fly-infested trees, and they will continue spent several seasons in Da>tona Miss I.ucie Howler-First grade *. tourists. Located in large grounds 4 minutes walk, from the beach; modem J i I
be less abundantuntil and isery popular in mxiet). conveniences: rooms large and airy;; spacious$ and breezy verandas. Good f
to more or Mrs. Ikllo Abbott llainea-Kin It
: home tublee\erythiug; first class; summer rates. Address : '
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about the end of Not ember. circles here ,
LS1 W. CARROLL dergartner. ADA W. POWERS, SEABREEZE FLORIDA. : ; I ,
: .. It should, therefore be an easy Mr and Mrt Aultman will be at Miss Hazel Sttlmg-Assibtant, ..................................................... 11

.. matter to start a growth of fungus home in their rosy home on South Kindergartner.J. 1N1....................1.11.11..1..1N11N1........ I
2r The North Beach st Grocer. now. Fungus can be introduced) at I Hill t'woJ: avenue, aft.-r XOH'nl.er ; : ti }
AM> COTTAaES
till November lir!>t. I THE WHITE HOUSE JIlt
time from about
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any April \V. Ball Admitted to Bail. DAYTONA BEACH. FLA. : ?: }
Telephone] No. 19. except peihaps during a I : Capacity 30 room Rooms bright airy and ct>mi>l tt-Iv furnished. Modem J 1! ;
rtHI' .1.1.I.1.I.1.i.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I..*'..* brief per'uxl in May or .J un', jn.t'Ibefore 'I Automobile Licenses. Friday of last week Attorneys E.F. .. impron'mrnt""Ic'lin and up,t.-,! ite. I."c'alnlon l Srabrrrze Avenue a short ;
distance from Atlantic
Gates and 'ary D. Landis ap- Oc.C'an. Summer:; rates $1 I 00 |jar day and up. Spt't't t
the issuing of the second I \Voi.der if automobile owneis of j j Ii : sal rates by week or lIt'a'ull. J +
YOU Will FIND WHAT YOU SEEK 1 brood of adult whiteflies At that I i I Datona know that a (person. t tl.er I |N-ared before Judge Jones at Fort .. E. I.. HOWARD, Proprietor. : : 1 t
Pierce and argued a motion to I II : ,
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"whether period t*> many of the Iarva would than the owner of a machine, must I _.1111111 11111111 1111 111 1 1 111 1 11 1 1NN1
real estate
e under the category of admit J. W, Ibll, charged withrape I
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It be a house, store, f table, farm or city be in the fourth and fifth stage, have a chauffer's license before he is I t<> bad On the showing I ..................................................... I!
country lots unimproved, for your own tenancy when they appear to bo immune to. legally entitled) to drive an automo- ',I i : : j
)bad in the ,
turtle, was granted sum
rent to otbue or hold as n investment that little license (Go to
lo infection by fungus, success hiJIe.n owner can Like nut a I :
lists, ,if jl.txMtaii.l 1 ) Mr Ball was: released I
our
J1 these parrf'ls-on might be attained. l>ectm- as such which entitles him to I : : :!

is w hick are free to your search In the real We are estate' at ber, January, February' and Marchare II(drive his own machine, but how. Sunday
for
Mif anything
"'' uusinf'Ss.our not favorable for the introduction nanny who are driving fut owners'': J CONRAD GROCERY CO. I .
of fungus, probably because have their license The license fee, An Exceptional Honor. II.
\ J. C. BUTLER, the larvae of the whitefly are then I payable to the Secretary of State, i is The president has just ordered I : t, !

Real Esta '. Life, Fire and Accident Ins. aimost in the fourth or fifth stages I $2110: The j penalty for driving that one.( the new torpedo boat I I.: for your) IVt ((Cream) Milk, 0 t; small cans for 25c, : :; ir irI.

Phone 234. Daytona Beach, Fla. Use fungus which i is well uuuahtr ul. ( without it is a fine: u1( $101)), destroyers l"e named the "Francis I i too: on yourToasted : : '
should} he either of a bright -- -- A. Coo," after the late Hear Admiral !
......,... This red or a bright lemon-bellow 1'lIlor,1 I Will Knlarge BuildingS Hoe, United States Navy, who! i Corn Flakes, Post Toast ties, i I

for the Bread it is the reel or yellow I \\asthefatherof ('ul. lets, United'I : :
; Ask according as W. Carroll has commenced Puffed Rice, Wheat t Berries or
; :_ species which ill taken. Sime !! suck on the enlargement of h.8; States Army, of Port Orange. Only '

with the stamp of much of the summer's growth of I grocery store on the corner of Beach othcrrs who hive; been greatly dill '!ii Triscuit, all at lOc each. i
ill battle, thus eiteptioually -
:> fungus frequently 1It'I'lmeH'alh. !street and I Second avenue The I tmguislied are I i : S. \\". IliM'iiitnml ( lIakt'I' 1 Oatmeal.). ] 2 for 25c. : :

r! ereil I or drops from the trees lief ore I building when completed will be i honored i Cream of \\ ll'at, KaMon Breakfast Food or i i I
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it ill btlieedto : i i
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the following spring :7xH! >, two stories high The l
Bakery uppertlotr
f Daytona be best to use plenty of it now, | will idivided into hulvf'li'ill Good Road Work. I I :. Petit tlohn J at !Ifw each.: .: 1

and if it i is available, ta introduce | rooms f fitted with all iiiiMleni I The street committee of the City I I II : The Conrad Grocery Companyh zt's. ''iI'
more next spring Hains! imme.li- ''conveniences and completely fur- I Council' is doing a pood) piece of: I ,
i.:;i:: H. E. QUIGG, following introducions! of ;, road work the north end of }Ileachstreet .
.z1 /f :: ately nished. on i : : T Conrad; A ( old utaml. :
fi. tf..o. I fungus oppear to IK conducive towards |I! The enlargement of the store! room I Coarse' stone is first put on, :111111111111... -.-1.1111111N1...1...111.11..1.1111: J II'
_ : :. ":1- Proprietor. Retime a good growth; but it ; was made necessary by the increasing then a heavy layer ,>f egg-size stone'::, -- --h 1 I

...44..... .......................... i is not neressarv to wait for rain I:i (.I business this |opular house)over this: which is rolled with a' I...................0..ec.i..N..NINNfMNNN.M. t \ j t

when sprajing f i ,tvhiih has found the old room en- steam roller, after which a coating

.: ............***? *************************f Cut down the chinaberry um-ii I liiely too small of fine stone is: placed on top and I Electric Current i
ERICKSON : brrlla tree, and other fool plants ofwhitefly -- again rolled\ This will male IJeach I Day ,

.( N. : (tree bulletin .V>), and I so ;, Died at Marblcheacl, Conn. street from Fairview to First avenue i I
"" i I the best stretch of road in the cityThe
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.met Maker.. Wood WorKer.jfedore :It stop the infestation by tht" e. i K. M 1. \Yatson, who spent last Will be turned on

a Frames, Door and Window Screens made to order w The fact that the citrus whitefly ; winter ill the Allen cottage on South Halifax Music House ;
tz of Florida represents two distinct Palmetto avenue, and whose family December 1 1908. ;
\ Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA. FLA. and easily distinguished: species has (I have been guests of &'lnnidt's'illa Wishes to announce to the UllIsi'\\ ,

..M**,,*?,*,*,**.**** ************************** only) recently Uvn established b\ ; for the past twelve or fourteen seasons cal public that it gives more \ I

.... the wilier. Tim discovery is! important died September 1Mr.I \Vat- money in piano values than any This will :;in' tlie citi/ciis of Daytona, J-

{ ................ since it appears that the son was very low all lot winter other house in the State, If you I Scal' ami I D.ijtona) Heach ?!
r .+*..******+*.+.*.* *w"T S in the best of : 'Pe : an oti-'
Contractor yellow Aschersonia will not thrive, while here and few expected him to want your piano put 1
..D. TAYLOR. Electrical the species A, which has! ; last through the winter The following orderly service are at jour disposal. 'i! I ortunity' to operate

:o,J'.; House Wiring a Specialty. :. upon smooth and generally light.colonel from the American Puss t. In addition to my factor) I I :

Shades, : eggs, pupa cases w hit h do not col gives the particulars.K : ;education I have Lad forty years ;: Electric Fans, I Flat Irons, Machines\ ,
Fixturt'8
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Kind :
... rin Electrical Supplies of All YTONA. FLA : lapse when empty, and adults with : M. Watson, of Jersey City, died continuous l't".dil'E'. The many
p4 No. 3 Orange avenue, unmarked' white wings The yellow -' Sept I 12:! of a (>plication of dis: I testimonials and boqutts: tendered : anti motors of x.niuiikimK.. The I :
-, ..............1..1. 1.......1....... ........ Asc'hersouia appears to thrive cases at his Bummer home at Mac me male it difficult to keep in chetlI : ; op- '
---- -- --- -- -- the other species 11, which blehead. Conn. where he was: "born !I atLick of the. swelled! head You' : cnitin of motoi !J.y I'h'd tucity is ,dean I

.- ..........N..... ..................1 only has rough upon egg", covered with a mi- sixty-two many years years in charge ago. of He the was job des fur I I may say this: is pretty I heavy" talk, ''II and t''Ollflllli'al.! .\sk u'" iliout the e'I st. ,
'v CONTEMPLATING as eroacvspic network of six-sided iKtrtinc-ut of the Jersey City Evening I but I can Meli\er the goods. The I
: WHEN YOU ARE I and generally' dark or black. Journal. In I Kv8l he was made' block if l pianos on my floor will I ;

;_A a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Roof, a Hot Air Furnace I j jgjVf |The meshes pupa, W.lilt'S collapse whenempty superintendent of the Jersey City I I prove my claim. You will find my I Adam Schantz Electric Light Plant ,
the
motlrrttY Printing fonnetfby and \
com
to complete a ; of the slit pain stock harmonically correct mechanically ,
the metal netW.tien required and the edges and Joseph
other late Major Z K. Pangborn cordially : I
; perfett. All are
through which the adult emergedbecome A. Dear, and upon the deathof
Y;,..ng, remember that I I more or l hers folded inward Major( Pangborn, six years ago, invited U) inspect my stock'i E. L. ( i t N: x. (deneral; \I""UI'r.! I.J

<$;'j I the ca-e The adults he became president of the company particularly Mayor Seaman, as 1 1\\
NASH d SON into empty -- ----- hold documentary) evidence in which _NM.a....N....-------.
[ C. I have white wings with a smokyrolored I

K DAYTONA. TLA.i I area visible i tow arc! the end Just recrived fall and) winter he claims! to be something of a judgeof ;....................................; ....;;.... .
of each forewing when these are samples If we have not made jou fine piano work Bring jour : F. CLARKFISH' : I'
i and reliable service at fair prices I the suit give us: a trial-and you will planet' who will find that only pure J. ..
: prepared to give prompt t Tewed) as they lie folded on ,a Ova ,a, i i' : r: catnr In SI a.11 All) (orl..rll 1
to the Armory. : t be satisfied but will be putt tones will eventuate, resultant to will!) rr.'t'I\"l'rollll't.tLt"oti eral repair shop on Voluaia Avenue nut back of the msec't. These: uialim livecharacters not only : l f fI
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j UA1'Tt1\A. FI.A
the resourceful
< work soliciteJ.NN be made out bj the running a home industry skilful touch upon | C 4ttace Avenue .
_M: Out of town can The BtRMiT, The Tailor.iiiiiii. davier Gio WIIT. I :..1.1..*.**.... .....**...11.1.*....*..**.**.*+.+*+** I
hand magnifier
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THE GAZETTE-NEWS week' that John Hunt's winter homeon IT WAS GENUINE. ............................. .

PUBLISHED DAYTONA EVERY SATURDAYT. the ricer front had been burglar- Th,' William Shakespeare SignatureThat Q rffgsEhxirgf8enna 1e
ized. Entrance was effected by removing Admiral Luce Had. Syrup -.i;;; ;

r E. FITZGERALD Editor a pane of glass from one cf Admiral Luce was In command of Are.. :

._. _. the down stair windows. The discovery the north Atlantic squadron In 1"8.",. ,
THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY was made by E. Weldon, and his flagship! for a time was anchored -
I !In New York bay, wlwjre !Ito '
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; : h ( INCORPORATED ) who it seems, had been getting was Wted I lor many p!opUs- One day a t .
I water from the premises. lie notified o'party came aboard whkh Included acts gently yet promptly Hats r i
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In
; others a Crllrett1 girl and a ,
among
C. C Gillett, who is in chargeof
COLUMBIA
Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Hatter. rery dignified and learned Englishman.As on the bovvels,cleanses J.BlSTETSON CO.
the property. On making examination Admiral l.uC'e"as' entertaining ,

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER Z6, 1908 Mr. Gillett found that the them In his: cabin be asked the pretty the system eectually|| a
drawers of dressers and other girl !If she would like to see an original
autograph of William SLmkPtolleare.| assisTs one in overcoming\
I articles of furniture had been ransacked -
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.One At this the dignlflel and learned
though of course, he is un- thigllsliman pricked up hN? ears and habitual constipationpermanently. \ THE WINDOVS'f
copy one year.........._.._......._....._._..___-N -. ._.$1.50 of remarked! that he had made a study of
One sir months. ___:....._..._........ .75 able to estimate the amount goods of Shakespeare and To l get Its IN THE ,
One copy copy three.months. .-. ....._..............-..._._..-. .. .. ..... ---.... .40 stolen. The peninsula certainly the was autographs positive! there was no authentic STORE

needs more police protection, and example In .\nlt'l kit. Admiral Lure replied "bcneficiol'effe ts bthe u SEASON

t ADVERTISING RATES. extra vigilance on the part of thosein o that he \USer, |ositlve his was .
authentic and that Its genuineness!' bad dermine.ManuacTurcabxtne\ .
f DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS.Rate office.A o never been
Inch Insertion to regular advertisers....... ........_ 10 cents baby boy was born at the homeor BrltNher rolls! mud and he delivered [
Rate per per Inch per per Insertion for 1.ess.thAD three months..............- _._....!5 cents a lecture on the fraudulent autographs
Mr.( and Mrs I Sam Shoemaker
insertion..... 30 cents on CAUFORNL&fI&&RUP '
for Get
Started
Kate per inch per insertion single and manuscripts that were brought Right-Get an 'AnlhonylHat.
READING'NOTICES Monday.Daytona. .
OR LOCALS. OUT to America and exhibited as orlgInals

Rite per line, each Insertion_. ____ __......_._.......__.._.10 cents Co.
RATES FOR CHURCHES LODGES ETC. -\\V1I." rottllod the admiral am I They show how good has ought
Beach, Sept. 13-Seth SOLD B'flADlNC) DRUCCISTS-5W BOTTU.
All club, society olt&nizationlode and church notices, other than religious wnvlmvd l that DIY autograph ofM1-
services, 5 cents per line. Cards of thanks 50 cents each. Resolutions, 5 cents Woodruff, of Orlando, is at the ilaui Shake>|>eartf Is genuine, and I be $2.00 $3.00 $4.00 and $5.00.ANTHONY ..
t per line. Legal advertising at legal rates.GENERAL !. Seaside Inn, and making it inter- am going to bare the pleasure of showIng Democratic Presidential Electors. ,
PROVISIONS. It to this lady" whereupon
No single charge for display advertising of any kind less than 50 cents. esting for the bass and whiting ate.lting'8 he went to his young desk took out his vis ,\* there will probably be from fO

Good position given every adertisement. An extra charge :rents per inch Pier. itor's book. turned back a few pages twenty-five to thirty-five names of :
will be made for ads with specified positions. No special positions given on alit Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Morris, Messrs. o and then jtolnteJ out the signature. Presidential; Electors the ballot to N BROTHERS Inc.
leal than five Inches.
e "William Shakei'peare. mayor of New
No advertisements accepted for the first Howard and Jim Ballough and Mr. ,
page. Orleans Jan. 1:. 15S3." The Englishman be voted in the November electionit 1. :

than Extra 30 words charge to the made inch.on display advertisements containing an average of more I I Wade, of DeLand, made the trip to gave a I'Alurulgssp and retired will be well for voters to stifdy ..... ......................................., ,
All bills payable on the first of each month. I the" Inlet on a fishing bout Tuesday. and familiarize themselves with the ..

I I Mrs Celeste Hinks, who has had Too Hazardous. names of the Democratic electors we :..........O....-.-........- .-.44. -..-..-..-.... NN1. -
charge of the dining room at the I Yesslr., admitted a walter "I shall NK
should all for follows
vote ,
DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL STATE AND COUNTY TICKET. t as :
:
be compelled to throw up my situation
Seaside Inn the past season, goes toj i'I i
I.i here.- H. P. BAILEY, $ M. ELLA DE VOY CO.LADIES' i
; K K >R Daytona Saturday and will be well "Indeed! What Is the matter?" P. W. IUTI.KR. .

the month of October "More than I can put up with. The i J 3''
For President WILLIAM J. BRYAN, of Nebraska.For occupied during governor insists on my eating mush I KOBT. E. DAVIS, : HATTERS ;
Vice-President. JOHN W. KERN of Indiana. putting the Magnolia in order mo.: c. MARTLN
.r rooms In the presence of customers to I | Correct In Styles. OPEN ALL THE YEAR i i
For United States Senator For Members of the Legislature I for the coming; winter season. prove they are edible fungi"-London SAMUEL E. PASCO. J No South Ilpiwh Street Havtonn. '

For Member DUNCAN: of Congress U. FLETCHEK. JAMES MACON E. ALEXANDER.For THORNTON I Fresh supply of candies at T. F. Tit Bits. ...................4.......................1.Htft.ft$t .
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t FRANK CLARK. County Judge I Curtis A Son's-Van Valzah Bldg. ----- tAutomobile tires and I inner tubes ;

For Governor I J. LEE McCRORY.For I F. A. Comming, Orlando; Chas. Made a Man of Him.A vulcanized at Oliver's garage ..................NN,.NNH....O.iN..s N1HNgN i
ALBERT W. GILCHRISr.For II Clerk of the Circuit Court : .F'. Stickler and wife South Bend, _

Comptroller A. C. CROOM. (I i For Sheriff SAMUEL D.'JORDAN. i Ind., are recent arrivals at the man and social once prominent circles had fallen in !business to-I nEALTIFlLMOMP*- It : completely ON TUB furnl PENINM.LAIt .h >'d;:' bot- ''I 1 Do You Want to Rent

For I I EDWARD I* SMITH. White [House. This house has hada I and cold, hard and soft eater: bath and .j
TreasurerW.. V. KNOTT For Tax Assessor I the lowest depths of degradation other mcxlfrt. Improvements: stable and
splendid run the past summer, I caress on the premise lut or IM feet
S. B. WILSON when a relative placed in the Kt''ley i frontage will the bouu but there It a total
For Secretary of State For Tax CollectorD and numerous inquiries are already I I frontline of Ku feet to the entire prop.'rtTaltuarwlon ,
U. CLAY CRAWFORDFor I Institute and he is noback in his I lUIIfni: Avenue, adjoining the
P. SMITH. in for winter lubhouM grounds of the Florida KattCoa
coming
I Your
Attorney General For County Treasurer 'I resenations'l former class, successful and respected. t Autoinnhila As PARK M. TRAMMELL.. I J. VINZANT Mrs Albert Todd is ) innnds an eicellent. sir.of the o For detailed and confidential addIng a few he For State Supt. of Public InstructionWM. o For Judge of the Criminal Court siderable repairs and improvements -I I make,,Ideal high elm Ixianllnc house" In ..
M. HOLLOWAY.For JAMES W. PERKINS. information address, THEIVSTITITE j "Iu'allon .h..r..on.Is much needed. Will
t I- void AT A BARUAIN and REASONABLE
made: on her home on Sea- j *o
For Solicitor Criminal Court property I TFR1S If taken at once. Apply to Editor
Commissioner of Agriculture BERT HSH. breeze avenue. KrELu Jacksonville ;Ua'&l'tll"\:: rsa i If so list it with the .
B. E. McLIN.
For Superintendent Public InstructionA. Miss Etta Freeman leaves Friday -- -- -
For State Chemist O. BOTTS '!
R. E. ROSE. for Gainesville, enroute for Tallahassee 6If your gasoline stove don't work Nothing can do more to i '
For County Commissioner Dist. No. 4 Conrad Real Estate Co.
For Adjutant GeneralJ. W. D. BRADSHA\\. I to resume her studies at the right drop a card to W. G. Hobbs, ;
I I make the home
C. R FOSTER. For Member Co. School Board, Dist. 31 State Female College. This is her box 8:?, he will send a man to fix it. attractive -

For Justices of the Supreme Court GEO. F. CROUCH. last - -- -- than toBRIGHTEN i
WILLIAM A. MOCKER For Justice of the Peace. Wst. No. 8. I year'liVork. I t Who have inquiries every day f fi for
TDOilAJ M. SHACKLEFORD. I HENRY T. TITUS.: I Dr. Owen arrived from Eustisi Phillip E. RoUmon. Architect

-- ---------- Monday for few I National DId', i furnished houses in Daytona
I a days'outing on ; + :, "., tin Daytona
..................................................... i the beach. His family return home I T r : \\'inter ann.h.Home UP ,

I, I with him Thursday [ il{ nungalnas Talio In tlorUl House I.* i Beach and Seabreese. Give us a description .

I Seabreeze and Beach I MihS Carrie Freeman is r Tropical Gardens >
visiting
Daytona I
F with friends at Selma, X. C. outside and inside with I of your house and the amount

I MRS. H. A. BERNARD, Editor, : I Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Stickler, who I Ha\annah Tampa.Boston. Paints : of rent you want.CONRAD .

,
....................-.-.-.-.- .-.- -,*-.- >...................... I>pent last winter here, arrived a few I t

Seabreeze, Sept :!3-The Sea- Mr. and Mrs.( Zimmerman and ,days ago, and are looking for a i REAL ESTATE CO.
pleasant location fur the season. SUBSCRIBE FOR TilE Stains andVarnishes ;

breeze school opened very auspici- Mrs. Mullett made the ricer trip" 'Keep cool at the Fountain-Van ...................NNNNi i..o. ..
HMN1
FLORIDA
TIMES. UNION N
t -I] unaly Monday morning in spite of from Alligator Point last Saturday

i.t the i inevitable of of and the Valzah Building. The Great --------- -- ...
, handicap change spent day at the Mullet State Paper -=-----'.
principal and three new teachers.Teachers home. Thomas Keating and family, ac DULY AVDM.NDAV: (MP MONTH 7
j Tbret !Seotas.f I4O six 1o.tba.13(J)
: and pupils assembled in L. Z. Burdick i is building winter companied by Miss Ruby Spauld- Tweltc Mosths.IAm Get them of
I logs arrived :Munday: night from The SeraLWeeUy' lrties Unioa and I OUR FOUR CARDINAL
U the high school room, chapel exercises home on Grand avenue, D.1ytonaeac'h PRINCIPLES-:
their vacation at Peekskill, I The farmer
consisted of bible for Mrs.[ Cora summer and Fruit Grower
reading, Powell, of Connecticut .
New York. Miss Spaulding will the Frid f touc ot the Semi Weekly. d.
prayer and "America" sung by the I soled lo Arrlrultnrml and C1tru FrulU Llee Bingha 1& laley Co. I I
school. spend the winter here. Her mother, Suict etc The ten paper. for II W. rlf1r ABSOLUTE SAFETY Jnstirtul, i
Assignment work occupied An artesian well has been putdown I Salt in your utoicrtptoaflorliiTi.THJUiiojJicksoiiefi. iy

' t the forenoon. At twelve o'clock the at the Waterman cottage on Mrs. Spangler, and sister, start II : !! [ I

,i 1 puj.ila were dismissed for the day. Ocean boulevard, and framework i is south as soon as the first snow FURNITURE UNDERTAKING I Capital -

I A teachers' meeting was held during being constructed by S E. Gilmore begins to fly. and will spend the .1100,000)

yl a the afternoon. Prof. Wakefield is a for a tank and windmill. winter in Daytona lieach.Mr .............................................:......-.. I Surplus $250,000

;e I ( and Mrs. E. C. Hibbard who
,
i 1 young and with man the of promise cooperation and of ability the visitiug Miss Grace friends Griggs at Palatka, who and has other'been 'i have spent the summer at the i I: Titusville Lumber Co i Stockholders Liability $100,000> ,/ ,

i Thousand Islands, are home again. .1 i Actual security to '
f school will doubt make depositors
patrons no interior points, is expected home ) NOW SELLING f $ ; 0,000(
li )Ross Macomber, Mrs. Y. C.
l the ensuing year one of the most this week": I I

'p, x't successful in the history of our schoolMr.11'akefield Miss Adeline Tomlinson left ()Grant's brother, and at present a f'ItE LUMBER i IAT NOTE:-This Bank is Number One on the "Honor Roll" of
j popular attache of the postoffice in t
and his wife are comfortably Sunday afternoon for Bulowhere. .! son"iJItas married National thanks in Florida;, and) SI' J87 in the wU i
recentlyto '
domiciled in one of Miss she has J'IJac i
accepted teacher United States
a position
:
as among over I eight hundred) Natiaeslrianks
Blakeslee's Miss King, of Jacksonville, and THE FOLLOWING PRICES: : nt r
cottages on Oakridge in the school. i. .
= avenue for the year. :i i the Jacksonville papers' are saying : Rough Framing............................................._............_.......................512 50 .. .

j \ Popular Mr. and Mrs. Woodwardare Thomas Keaton and family, of i I jail I kinds of nice things about them, Framing, dressed four sides ...............?.........._......_.................... 15 00 : fry

.1 ugWilk. Ga., will occupy ;I II and the pleasant reception tendered : A. Flooring Ceiling and > JmgB .......................................... .................. 22 50 : CONSERVATISMProven
expected to arrive from Kansas rooms in Mrs. Haney's cottage on II Flooring, Ceiling and Siding....................... ..... ........... .................. yj QQ ,
ad City early in October, and will I I them on their return from North : No. 1, Common Flooring, and ..... '
r Pinewood avenue. Mr.[ Keaton'sfather Ceiling Siding ........... 1500 : by our success: and Mir -;
spend the winter as usual, at their was a here I l'i Carolina. Mr. Macomber spent : No. 2, Common Flooring, Ceiling IUI.I l Siding ........... ................ 10 00 : re1xdatMu. ,!
i pretty home, Rose Cotta n-the- I property owner some time here and has many Door and Window" Casing and Finishing Material,dressed four Mdes. 20 00 SQUARE__ DEALING : 1

j Ilalifai. several years ago. i friends in the community, who wish : Sheathing. dressed one side............................ .................................... 10 00 : .
Mrs N. L. Lloyd and daughter. : The above prices are for carload l lots, fob. Ask '
mills, Titusville, Fla. our patrons.
1
Mrs. John Bianchi, who the I I him well in wedlock as well as in I :
spent Miss C. U. Boyd, who holds the : :

1 : summer north, is now visiting her sitition of first assistant in the poI I]all life the other big undertakings of ...... ..........-PROMPT.....; ....SHIPMCNT.-..........................: COURTEOUS TREATMENT .

daughter, Mrs. Bronson, at St school, are at located I -
present in the I' Mrs. Win. Hibbard, of Wisconsin, $ ....... Open an account with
t 4 Louis. They will later take a trip Boyd I us! and we will d i>onirate it i
cottage, on Pinewood 1 r---"i.i ow .
avenue H--
t! to Chicago, from which city Mrs. Mrs. R. C. \Vaten is I i is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.( E. c.i i e
expected I i
' Bianchi leaves for Seabreeze.: Mr.I I to arrive here shortly from Toronto, II Hibbard on Live Oak street. I rIR T-CLASS j FIRST
NATIONAL
,, F Bianchi has enjoyed the summer atSeabreeze Canada. Mrs, Jos. Braddock, of BANK, :.

beach, which he declares Miss Bardvell"ho. is spent last week in the city! make'l CHINESE LAUNDRY
; has been one of the most one of thgrade e the pleasant, home of fire and I ST.
: t delightful teachers, arrived last week 214 :North Beach Street, DAYTON. fLORIDA AUGUSTINE FLA. j:
C. E.:
in his experience. from Stark well, Miss, and is well Sparber. I i Stiff bosom shirt, open front.........12: Nightshirts...... ....................,....... ,
l :An unconfirmed report has been I. rested for her work. Miss Bardwell Mr. Vivian and family, who have White,LirtsChetkshirU........... ........................J 0 Woolt-n Shirts..............................10. : ....

I going the rounds that L. C. Water- was engaged in school been occupying the Geo. P Johnson i i ... ..... .. .. .. N t'nder.-hirts-................ .... ...... ......10S
; son's pleasant winter home on Halifax work here cottage on the beach have returned) i $ New sbtrta-:. .:.... .:::::::..:::..:..:......11 Drawers..... .......... ...... ..

; avenue had been sold i several yeah ago: and was very to their home in Orlando. : Shirts collar attached..... ..... ........13 'Socks, per pair..............:::: ::::::::::::: S : ............ .. *
r to St. I popular with both Collar.. ............. ..... .............. 3 ** .***. ** ********* 'i
Augustine patron and pupil? I Ocean Spray, Bicytlo Livery will u .h. .21} I Handkerchefs. ............ ........... ..... .. 3 : ************* ,

t- After a short parties. I She will spend the term at rile Mal soon move into its new shop at the''I { Cods per i pair .......... .. .. ....... ... 5 i silk Handkerchiefs.........._............ 4 : WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES i i
prospecting lery home.
trip to, i
California Miss corner of Coates and Seabreeze'avenues. i Also ladies Clothes at corresponding prices : Dry Platys, Papers, Photo Chemicals r and Spetialt j I

;.I f,' ... II. C. Brigham and the and northwest son Harry, Ir8'1 I I home last Gladys week,Wannicott after a summer arrived .......-..-.--....-.-.--.........-.--.-.-........................: :a Write for Prices Card Mount Our :i t i'i.

Ii soled J that I after all Florida WAS tile':;spent: withrelativesiu Penn'yl rania Mrs Gilpatrick and son, Delmar. .0 ----------- C R. H.
'i. I. are recent arrivals from Palatka (located LESESNE Daytona Florida j
land of LAI26 i
) ILLUSTRATED ,
i great promise,and Seabreeze '! Mrs J. A. Coburu and daughter, in the Harroun ,

: the one particular star. Harry i is I, Leota, will spend the winter here, Mrs( W. \. Aman is apartments.enjoying a':' LtlI Etlll a GttUOttJE HAILED FKEE? " ..." ..... ," ,,,

.. building a snug little home for his !occupying the Stewart cottage on visit from her mother, Mrs. Hinton,f Tee t ti ../drfMrs r.... S 48.ea.srr -- 1t .

mother on a lot recently' pun'hied,1 I Valley street, the same o. copied by whose home is Altoona., Fla. -

adjoining the Hotel ,the family last season.Julius ---- ..err rra...,. o *
property. I "Having bought the interest of II.I I[ ..r rrw.reel ra eta n..ra r t f t'
: Young returned Friday I Eugene Johnson in the business i-I / aOsl 4
bicycle
'
r.rlW 1
Prof. Wakefield's father and I rr. Daytona Ice
I.night from
a summer's outing i in at Daytona Beach and Ocean Company, :
... mother came over from Pomona
New York and C 1
Pennsylvania,looking Spray bicycle I livery, will continue Isl t0 ,
Tuesday and will spend the winter 1 eta warn F : PURE tc
/hale ICE
with him at the Vine as a boyIt business at the same stand. j .,,,T.1.r R1DA ava yr ww..r ; ,
cottage. *"" t
was discovered sometime last JACJCsoNVTug. ri'H- Made .
Ceo P. Johnson. fu : from Distilled Water.

.Factory. .corner. .Railroad. .and. Voluaia. avenue.. .
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'eo o. H. Clark the jeweler does
M. I. Trowell 1
was called to Fort
all kinds of clock watch and jewelry Pierce Wednesday by the news of THE JEW m 1ARYS1ROAY Holly Hill. r.

repairing the serious illness of his brother, N Holly Hill Sept. 24-Geo. Harris
[ [ AND TODAY.
.-;. Mrs. II. S. Miller is the guest of J. Trowell.It after several months spent in New

; relatives and friends at Miami. *: York, Connecticut and Ohio, is now
is only a little over four weeks You hive often heard people remark, "If I
enjoying a visit with his son, Her-
Geo H. Ludwig; will be in Daytona until election{ day. Have you regis- The 5,669th Year in Orthodox 1tfr) were ever to build I would plan my bathroom T T'J

next week. His tered? Every bert.Mrs. first and wouId not a1I into the with \
vacation has voter owes it as a Calendar.-A Two Day Edmondson is here for a put mT money partor ali I

been spent at Cleveland, Ohio.If duty to his country to cast his vote iu finery"
ire the moat complete job on election Festival.A short time enjoying the country life.

East Coast. Let us be you have a cottage for rent day. Don't procransti- Mr. Hill has added a large porch That's good common sense tenement, for the bathroom !J. the

All work read the ad. of the Conrad nate. Register now. "Happy New Year" passed allover the 1 ..
: fully guar. Real thereby much improving appearance Ill I most important of all
the Jewish world and
Estate Company in'another. column The six'y-third birthday of F. Q' yesterday of his house and greatly iii I: the household. Ie., "
lasts! until tonight.The .. -.
Ttwt & Co., The Jewelers. *|rs. W. J. Bethel and Son, Clarence Lindberg was appropriately celebrated -I, occasion is the great holiday ,enhancing its comfort. itli I f the Mecca of cleinli- .

the of Masontown at the Rosedale last Friday : I A. H. Carter visited New Smyrna 110 t* t. :;' 0 ness, health and rel Dtmenta *
called Pa. i
_j is to ; change are visiting Rush Hashonah, marking the beginning
pbf Anthony Brothers iniper. in the city. Mrs. Bethel* will join night. It was a very pleasant affair of the Jewish religious year Monday on Masonic interests intent I III I iti.. &-.-- and nowadays !

them later. made more so by the tempting repast -. Monday school opened with a liii ._ many homes are judged I ;
It i is the 5.009lh;( since the creationof i .
provided by Mrs. Lindberg. large attendance Miss Mann as principal I ill by their bathrooms. t "
Stetson the world, according to the reckoning -
:3 J.: P. C. Morris departed University at DeLand I
and Miss Milburn
business opens next Monday. Quit Mrs. H. A. Bernard who so ably of the bible. Orthodox Jews again as I till :__._ We would like to i .
fjtfternooH on a a number assistant. Miss Mann for a time !
from will represents the Garette-News at Sea- observe this festival for two days jI I help plan your'.i "
Tennessee.Mrs. Daytona be numbered you '
empbia, and
breeze fill be with Mrs. II. A. Carter
among Stetson's pupils. and Daytona Beach, returned Later, on October 5, is the most 1 I bathroom and believe .;
Miss Milburn will make her home
Mrs..R. U. Lesesne Friday of last week from an extendedand important Jewish religious feast of ? \\c that we could surprise
||0aTe Sunday from a-risit tu The Ladies' Aid Society of the thoroughly vacation with Mrs. Thos. Wetherell. i. '' ,
enjoyed the Jewish year It is the solemn 1JiI ; you by putting in a
rand other points in New M. E. Church was entertained last spent at Mt.. Nebo and Hot !
Springs, fast day of Yom Kippur or Day of liii ..bathroornforyouataII ;
evening at the home of Mrs. -
G. H.
Arkansas. Atonement. Services in all synagogues Port Orange.Port I much less cost than you : IIII

: ,'. Candies-nice andS Gardiner on Ridgewood avenue. The roadway on Ridgewood is ina will 1 egin Sunday evening Orange Sept. 24-A. Hardeman I. might expect and at the I I .

liuiix The Druggist. :Norman S. Dayton has remodeledthe deplorable! condition. The heavy at sunset an J be resumed the next is at Oak Hill visiting his Ii I I same time do it better than you anticipated it could be done for even ''I

old barber shop adjoining the rains morning and continue all day Monday I,
have
.E. Gardiner left Sunday cut gulleys and made randson and his wife. I II morernoney.

post office ana expects to move his mud holes and riding on that beau- On this day the Jews pray Mrs: E. F. Corbett gave a farewell
for New York City on his I II I We have a booklet Modern Home Plumbing! which will ,
real estate office into the room today. ful street is continual for forgiveness of sins committed Thursday in honor of I
one bump party
boot: for. fall and vriuter I ii show you how to arrange your bathroom, kitchen and laundry .
.!:-:; Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Holman from one end to the other The unintentionally and through i ignor- her sister who was leaving for her it plumbing with "j&avdard* Baths and one piece Lavatories the best .

. ..,; have been the guests of friends at !I roadway should be repaired beforeour anee home. tiJ plumbing equipment in the world. C.ill. write or phone for a '

1 Fettepher returned home St. Augustine the past week. They I winter visitors arrive. : --- ---- Mr. and Mrs. Littleton Tedder copy. It is tree.JOB .

gftfternoon from Eau Claire, and of West Palm Beach :
,
made the trip by the inland water *Haveyou seen those beautiful daughter,
he has been for the HUMAN VITALITY. are visiting .1. A. Tedder. OSBORNE The Plumber. Jm
articles in Dunn Urothrr8'show ,
way.The Dr. DuBois has
greatly improved
frire. i Misses Bessie Bingham and windows If not, you had better Cultivate ad Convert Both the M.--
S. II. Moseley and ta and the Physical. the appearance of hia home on Herbert S UA
Madaline Jackson home take a look at them as every one, '
are expected
":' May arrived from If people realized how precious! phr! avenue by adding a dormer ::: _
lliaa)
K today from North Carolina! where about five hundred in all, are to be feat: and mental vitality! are they mdo\v. ISIII............. I.................................. 'sI _
pie,.J4Mg Island last Satur- they have been spending several given !\\ \\ FKFF to their customer would not squander them by foolishness _

1" months. on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday any more readily than they woul.l Herbert Rogers has been visitinghis I I'E I
....f g.ge tap; their veins and squander their life aunt, Mrs. Fair.T. YOU MUST EAT TO LIVE
} boat Klondike moved Sept. 28, 29 and 50. blood. -
Partita additionto
who contemplate building Metz is building an .
To accomplish great things we must
rife Central Bridge Satur-
should see Clark's tin and gal- have a strong. vigorous life force a his home on Ridgewo avenue

1 encaged in getting outlair vanized shingles before doing so. New Officers of Company t K. powerful vitality. If we do not haw Miss Bradley, the assistant teacher I AND LIVE TO EAT. I I' '

*street work.jg.c1aaa Company K, Secmd Infantry, these everything we do will l lienr the in our school arrived Saturday. .
*, There will be services held at St.Mary's stamp of weakness. It will crop out .
better known the IflUifai Rifles left Satur-
f work-Daytona an la every act. It U tbe strong tltalltt Miss Maude Milburu 'E .
Church .
:undry, phone 8. tf Episcopal tomorrowat is now commanded by Cuff. N. H. that tells la the great struggle of lift '.day for Holly Hill, where she will .
... 11:00 a. m. In the afternoon at who has receivVd It U the reserve power that enuMt" : While dniii) it you sliouM have the best and ::
Clark just nol l'e teach school this winter. .
.._ has been exceptionally 3:00 Rev. Wilder will conduct the runner to keep going when other I '
hfertlje few ser- of his formal appointment. E. M. fall exhausted by the WilY Mr. and Mrs. Reifsnider arrived : and I hait t at living! prieos. .
past days. Long vices .
at Ormond. Rich is first lieutenant and T O. It Is a great art to learn to act'uuui- from Chicago l last week. :.ii

.f of aheepshead are being Miss Jennie Morrell returned Friday Melton, second lieutt>naut. late and conserve vltalitv to store It I Miss Robie McDaniel is visiting : : .
|ta& ut every day by ambitious away for future emergent lea. It I-1 The Choicest Family Groceries.
of last week her brother and his wife at Oak
fl, from Atlanta, Ga, success capital You may suuerd S & U. .: S 1.
where she has been visiting for some without money, but you cannot hue- Hill. I
; Foster and Lone Trip in Prairie Schooners.A ceed without physical and tntntai tap- : That's what: jou get here. 5
Ii.Btrt daughter.riiar'J arrived home
time. She takes her old positionin Mrs. Dupont Friday -
Winslow Ind ItaL It Is the strong vItality that wIns : -t j
"' returned Thursday evtdt the public school. party from are The plus force, the (ph&knl and niou from Fort Pierce, where she has : 'Nllffsaid. : ;j. -
5.
last week from Henderson en route from that place to New tal energies themselves are (lit' thing been visiting her sister. 1
Miss Marion Thompson has been Smyrna. The party passed through that enable one to surmount tlltli<'nltUs ,
H.;C:.where they have spentI Oliver Savage, a former Port
entertaining Miss Mabelle Williams and rtde vlMm!?*.
triumphantly over
I-. for the week. Both i I I Lake City, September 2Jil, will It Is a very shortsighted |olky to try Orange boy, was married recently I L. G. LYMAN. J
past young cross the St. Johns river at Palatka to trowd the brain beyond\ normal Miss Carter and her sister, Miss 11'

.eoda of Judge John L ladies left this week for Tallahassee I and probably pass through Day- capacity to forte a tired wind to do Ethel have returned home from

[will.regret to learn that hetpend to again enter the College for Women -I tona. Those in the party are Mr. good work, to force It to think when Jacksonville.Last. Miller-Strohm's old stand. )'
It needs rest or recreation.
[ the coming winter at that place. and Mrs. F. T. Woodford and two Many people work so much that they ....................................................... 11 1

Km, as has. been his usual *Call at "OUR STORE" for the children, Frank S. Bee, wife and do not store any reserve jwwcr Theyuse Half Holiday. .. .. .

5fer f**. 'several years. 1908) pack of Georgia peaches. I two child leu and Miss Annie Bee, a they up go all along tbe power All creatIve they generate work -as Thurday saw the last of the half j

kMf on vacation-office closed. Jas. H. Johnson, formerly proprietor cousin. They Lave made the jour- peclally requires a fresh brain vigor. iolulaa until another summer. r. BUSINESS ANDPROFESSIONAL 11 \

(fepL21at. neit Dr. F. II. of thf Grand Atlantic Hotel on ney overland in two"prairie schooners Qua,have spontaneous noticed that thoughtI people who think The agreement has been generally

Dentist. and a carryall, leaving their and the ..
who observed the merchants .
work minute. by '
are
North Bea} street, has rented the they must every --- = -- --------- ------- -

;::ibrgaret' : Fuller of Cleve- Seelye cottage, on Orange avenue, home on July f.Oth. always push nearly doing as something.much nor do produce not 1U''oIU.work respite from business duties has I 1I 1--- C. BOIIANNONPhysician : : I II Fitzgerald! & Gates f 1 !

I&M.c.. ?;arrived Sunday evening. and. expects be in Daytona about of as good a qualityss those vho been appreciated by the employees. and SurQcon Attorneys at Law : {
the labor a great deal I loss! and play H The half-holida)8 have not been as
has poeii4taat of October.
; accepted the middle Low Rates From Washington.The I '
deal In other words theirplay Special Attention to Examining and .
in the great more. pleasant as they might have been Office over the Atwood Phannac-j, | 'I
principal The Florida Division of the Southern ASSTK'h. Is a great producer because It i I'trfetting I-and Titles.
Passenger
i had Jupiter Pluvius remained away, Heath street, Daytona, Ma. 1
In "
1 at this place. keeps the wind and body splendidtrim
Veterans will
I
- United Confederate tion has authorized a Homebeekers'excursion for work; It lubricates the f.unl but nearly all summer he has Telephone No 74. Conrad BWk DAYTONA, FLA.

tftnthoboof! the season waslibcpuigin hold its eighteenth annual convention rate from Washington ties restores balance keeps the mind! forced his disagreeable attendance, ___ I II ,

' the parkage on I and reunion in the City of X C, to points along the Florida fresh effective sane and work vigorous.All Is a. result of concentrated thus marring the pleasure to be derived I L I L SEEL'{e. A. .'\. I ('an II. Ijindlt Bert FIb II

\itnet Monday by Officer Tampa on Wednesday and Thursday East Coast Railway. The special faculties. A tired and eiha from the respite from but-i LAND1S & liSt! .

(jbq'compelled his tramp- October 21 and 22. H)8.( rates that are to be given will applyon us ted brain cannot focus Its !Ideas ness affairs Physician and Surgeon. Attorneys at LawI'raettelng \

)q 4e'the dust of Daytona C. Nash & Son, who find their I trains leaving Washington on question with any of power will power It Is not as so a questionof much a The Thursday afternoon ball Special attention given to Electrical:\ 'I',I In all State and Federal

sfeet.Queenie October 27th. The fare will be SO That\ could be treatment and Mechanical nietbo.ts. ('ourl <'''II<>r Criminal l>uin",' ,tv. t
... business constantly increasing have. vigorous mentality. and Is a games, when they played, 127 So. IUd ewJod Ave. Hours'( .MI cart-fill cut-nllon special tclIiltr.for .

M McFadden arrived decided to use the front part of their per cent of one way fare from Jack- child of pure blood It depends upon a have Le'n11 attended and the 8.10:30I1nd 1-3:30. Phone S. I investlgusing,..iia.and Florida.Innuc iwrfvcltOK. lllleiiHl f fI
candltlons being Just
hundred other
their sonville to points on the East Coast beach has claimed the attention -
extension to glorious
i Ga., Sunday evening building for an right-Success Magazine.EXPERIMENTAL I A.Htewart EtordBly: j jI
W:to tommencft: school on Mon- tin shop. This part has heretoforebeen Railway. The tickets will limitedto of the major part of the DI?. d. i e: RAWL1NGS:
in addition to MATRIMONY.Trial STIWAUT & BLY !
dajs crowds.
house. twenty-one Thursday afternoon I
and
: ng. Her parents, Mr. occupied as a dwelling

l.:McFadden will arrive in billed to the date of sale and allor.s btop- Marriage U fh. Rule Among Physician & Surgeon. : Lawyers ,j i
*- oweeU The Dajtona Scouts were oveis either going or returning at Many People FOR ll.r-Season 1908-09! two I

lfc I cross bats with the DeLand ball points in Florida Among many people of the worM handsomely furnished cottages, 7 Office on Volusia avenue lust door : Oflk next door to Dank Building

lie tires and inner tubes Thursday afternoon but mIsfortune for the trial marriages are the accepted cut IX land, HondaTITLES
team Now is the opportunity rooms, bath, furnace heat, electric west of Hankins Pharmacj. ; j
IIIcOD8ld..rett
dst Oliver's garage confronted them. The team Board of Trade of Daytona to makea i' torn. Among only the us Greeksmarriage a \temi.orary con lights, ou Ridge () avenue, price

Oliver has added an up- started for DeLand in two automobiles ten strike in advertising the attractions \enleuce, not binding on the parties> $.,(.M). Address any agent or W. BChittenden E. L. STEWART INSURED: I 1

-. 'i lo his complete but cot only as far as Tiger of Daytona and try to i.re- more than one year," the vonsc'luent'e| lC4tCAN'T Phvsician and Surgeon Volusia! County Abstract. Investment
very refusedto being that "8 large pri>i*>rtkm of the und Title Insurance Company.
**a Omnge avenue. The Bay when the automobiles vail on the excursionists to stop off old and middle agt'dtw.n by frequent I Special attention to diseases i>f the i I Ahhtrftcli furnlnlnil and 11'1...porfecl-

tin wili be used for the tireBug go any further. here while enroute. Other pointson changing have had many when and BE SEPARATED.Some Eye. Ear, Throat and Nose (Iftj.,(' ..<.1.1.110...:. Plat and Blue Print *upI .
,
children. scattered round the Ird I pll l IVrl H.l.Cre.'arv It l..andll
their and residence. Magnolia avenue i
the Emer- the the East Coast are awake to I tS-c'y and Tr<'M. ipponlt >'oluala Co. I
of his of Have LearnedHow
ex- People
department S. Emerson Kdonees I Daytona 82.
Chas. country, are unknown to tbuu \ I door west of P. O telephone liaiiW, iK-l-auU HaI \
workshop.'Van Advertising Agency of Jacksonville the fact that: effort must be mado to of similar practices of expert to flet Rid of Both. Office hours a. m.to It p. m. I ____ ___ I ID.

Dora, who is working son was a Daytona visitor Wednes advertise their localities, anti Daytona ety mental are matrimony found among and c.'Onnubllll"srl.many of the. Backache and kidney ache are twin -- I I). & C. A\. UOGLRSCi'iI ; t
KLOCK I
G. A.
extension of the Florida EastJ4ilisy day. Mr. Emerson has spent many should not be behind. American Indian tribes ou both conti- brothers. 1 I t

on the East Coast but this nents. You can't separate them. Physician and Surgeon i Engineers I ._..,. ,
Pine Key,
at Big years of Greenland sis mouths It
Of In parts And you can't get rid of the backache .. '
Monday and remained until was his first visit to Daytona. the trial dead line husband and wife Special attention given to I'Ite-a-a-m f I Offices DAYTO AaDd 1 f,
P until cure the kidney &('he. (
oiUocover ILA
enthusiastic in his Died at Whiting:, Vermont. "twoheants.twomiiitls' you lb. Fyeand Filling ol Ola-itws I MIAMjt.
if the
ay. His wife returned course he was separating If the kidneys are well and strong, j (ilolw clothing utore (Onic li..arT I
[hit that time. praise of our beautiful city. Rollin D. Ncedham, of Roscoe of harmony: theory develops discord Instead the rest of the system is pretty sure to lo H a. m I i'AYTONA.to 3:in p. a,.MA, i to M:mi p. m. I>utona Office Established 1875 I !

Cincinnati Reds the National New York, a winter resident of Port Marriage among; the Botocudos, nc.> je in vigorous health. :

dn Lithia Water The ball team, after the Orange for many jear, (diet! at his cordIng to Uiane is of a purely temporiry DoanV Kidney Pills make strong, M. JOSIE ROOERS, M. I U. II. A. UCUNAUDI : I II
LBAflIxs, The Druggist League base \YJming Vermont, nitiire Mdissol\ed on the slightest: healthy kidneys. : t f
)
close of the league schedule are to old home at \ : pretext or wlttmut any pretext at all James }t. Osborn, RidgrHood aveuue, : 1 Homeopathic Physician I !'<,li
Ie. T. Ewing Miller and make a tour to Cuba and want to Friday Sept//if Mr Needham UK'n.ly through Ion of change or capike Daytona, Honda, says; "I have no he*. : the Tunes-Union. I .

>Ira H. Miller and wife ar- several teams along the had gone to 'Yfilting to spend a few I ." itancy in recommending Doan's Kidney I No 453 North Reach StrutOffice I TIMLS-UMOX I1UKKAU.smitli ,- J I
play with "In Tu malll:1.: says Dr Mllllgnn Hours, 12:30: to 2:30 and fi:00)
Columbus, Ohio, Monday East Coast. What is the matter weeks" with old friends and neigh "trial marriages result In a succession Hills as I have found them to be time asplendid :I to 7:30.Telephone : A Hitch Heal Estate Office.lieach I U j
Some .
remedy.
kidney Kireet.DR.
j1or I their regular season at team arranging a bors. of ",InIn -.." : No. 122. j
with the Daytona of officeIs I was having severe pains in my 1
tenure
born in Simoa the wife's ago
s, They will spend a few South? 1 Rollin D. Needbam was
game while the Reds are frequently limited to a few days or buck and loin, coupled with an annoy : : \
Ponce Park as usual representing the' Whiting, Vt lie was educated in weiks. and marriage U sometimes only ance from the kidney secretions. I had I Daytona Private Hospital -i A. OAT.ILLOS'ILOPA'IH '

C. M. Cordell. : the common schools and Brandon an CXCUM for the feasts: and festivals heard Doan's Kidney Pills w) highly : and Sanitarium i
Little, a diminutive pickin- Rubber Co., of Akron. esteemedby dear to the hearts of the pleasure : J I
Goodyear Seminary. lie was highly so recommended that I concluded to try Every facility for t he proper real 111..111 I ,
na arrested Sunday for the tbe city yesterday. Mr. loving natives and box from Hankins : and care of inttlIcal anti mirvlral raw'.. '' I
in them procured '
Ohio, was of his native town, trained cursquiet -*.
('tnh the people 1 In the Indian archipelago It Is a com Hecirlia appliance VoluMttenve .
ra 27:
'I
IP11A liolnn Mrs.ks. vuu- did their work J""I.I mtteI..ngiven
m n cr tn trip IoU drug tore. They very urrounUlni5i:
'.:::.---01--- -"" -- Cordell made a flying where he held offices of trust, and in mon practice for formal marriages to ball patient Term. on "H.Icatlou. |- Vur U. K. Station
The little culprit, West. He found two be limited sometimes for only a month effectively! and before long rid me 01 the :.to 4 :a s. B...< ti M, a""I..a. I II
Key of the legislature -
from member 1\1.111\
!) a loins l'r.U.. A.
1890 was
and across
\ several backache pains my
of
bece the city awl and at others for a period ln( .
l no mother taken fever in Physician barge.DR.
was lie
of yellow of Vermont and
cases of the State They also strengthened my kidneys
boat yeftrs.-Ikhookratt.
: ;
.?: i Titus Monday and on got ont as quick as a returning be industrious and successful, buta I I I topped the annoyance from the irregularity I 1)1 Il. IllANNON'Slrivate I :

i week or so. of ago be said
for a number years Mary patlently
all right.
held in quarantine I Price 50 'entro .',
J of S. sale by all dealers. (
and the
'
promise active life and stand t (
., of to retire from on -Go tn for polities For the treatment of all '
<. i, a colored man from St. December first the first issue of ill health and has I been I for the London county council If you -ter. liIburo Co, Buffalo, N. V, soleagent Medical aad Surgical Ca.... I!
account for the United btates.
: to him home with News will apFarA I want to. But remember one thing-the Office. Tomer l ltldse.aI. amiolu.t I'Lone 74 I
give
a The Daily folder, run by spending the winters in Port Orange) cartoonists wUl be ofter you as Boon as Remember the name--Doan'a-and 21 South Reach Street '
and a new and :' O M. D.
Roscoe C. C. BOHAN
new press and the summers in you're a candidate. take no other IMKAC 80
1 an electric motor. are late acqui.itions "I don't care.I ." ____ ____ ) i
.su_ subscriptions for $1.00 The Daily News Vermont. ".\nd they'll put your picture tn the .
*Bryan fund are coming 'inM to the office. of He was well bled at Port Orange I I I paper with jour hair out of curl and NOTICE. that the undersigned ROY HOWL. .'\. I 1). S. II. (GOVE i
will be a newspaper Notice is hereby given
of same will be published this year feel proudone and numbered a great many friends I i your bat on crooked. do thatr executor of the estate of Laura I Architect liuilder and
well would and Surgeon.i .
think
ek. Get dollar in and which Daytona can there who will regret to hear of his I "Do you they J. Miller, deceased; will. six; months after I Physician
your that will equal any "country" annual I apprehensively date to *it on the 29th day of }March i and residence I'M So Hid, *- Contractor
All funds must belinds He was a pleasant -Of ,'ourse.nd they'll make your his final accounts
I.cause. men death A I) 1 H J9, present ;.
The business calko and say 1toS1 that wood Avenue. I'hone 17 KeMdence and office northeast corner -
in Florida. and had taken\ Paris gowns look like situ his vouchers, and _
daily together
of the National Corn- substantial visitor at this office 1 sealskin cloak Is Imitation" the fume be allowed and approved and hours: 9 to 11 a. m,2to4 and Hidgewood and Volusiaave.
project that
the your
October 15. Send yours are lending thai thi Gazette-News for many yearsThe i "\\ llllaiu." she said. "I thInk 111 just that he be dustharged as such executor. I I Lice 6:30: to p. m. Phone 89. Daytona. Ha. 'I' ,
mean
fc. The Gazette.News will encouragem nt-whieh the advertising pat funeral and interment took I stay here and make the borne bappyI ." This Sept. 23rd hUMUNO, 1908. MILLER Executor, .....,....................sosioss......'. '
hberal I London Taller
reaches the the more Whiting Vt. .
*wy dollar the better the paper sill be place at i
ronage.
sia time.

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t.- ... Notice of laUnUoa to Apply for Levj j I I Notice to Noa-Reaident.

A .. .. ..... ... .. .... .... ..>. ...... ... .. ....... : allmusiclani ten Patent. Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida in ____
the laziest of
I MUSICIANS .
[ RoMlnl wa rbap ll
fOIBLES I p Tie undersigned subscribers and In- and for Volusia County.
famous.
Bond Lumber I i who e names are 'corporators hereby give notice that on IX CHANCERY : 5gpjI315
Company and
until midday
i I ,, He would rarely rise the thirtieth day of September. A. D Cornelius Chmtkncyva _
i often when be woke and the' weatherwas I 1908. the undersigned and their associates _
MANUFACTURERS OF Moods and Manners of the did not Inspire 4:4O
Eccentric dull or muse wilTapply to the Honorable Napoleon -
Mary D. Fleming S. ...2.4:23.. ... .5 _
;
I I would turn over again B. Broward Governor of the
as
be ,
write -
ROUGH AND DRESSED : the Great Composers. hIm to S. Fleming, R. II ._ 35:09_ 6:40; _
/ .. to Letters
: vtf directions to his servant State of Florida for Patent incorporating -
LUMBER : after
and _
*? Collins and JosephineF. -. 4_ 600... 7:45 _
CYPRESS : them under and the ;
PINE AND be called the following day would sleep | by I Collins. 5.7:0l .8

t :" :I blissfully for another twenty-four j' name of 'The "Port Orange Develop- To Mary D Fleming S. S. Fleming R. .. L ... 809_. jl

i Lath Shingles Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime : I THE MADNESS OF GENIUS. hours. I ment the following Company.Articles in of accordance Incorporationwhich with II. Collins and Josephine F. Collins. -. 7__ .- 9lfl1I -

I I He did most of his writing In You are hereby required to appear to s..10:20_. 11.1'
Office and Yard*: Fast Oe* I they have adopted as their pro-
and Cement in btOCK. Railway and Orange Avnu* ::'I and I and lot'fore'retiring for the night 1x'd.1 I posed Charter. the Bill of Complaint filed herein against I --- ... ..J21
| Betthoven't Strange Abstraction I In the above I _10.1137... ...
II j would place music paper and a pencil F. J NIVERCORNELIUS. you entitled cause on or 1 -.
MILLS-Bond Mill Atlantic Coast Line Ry.. 1w'mllf'1 south of Jacksonville.Kalsmaioo. : j Queer Habih-Th. Odd Contract I I his bedside eo tbat be would not I CHRISTIAXCY before the 5th day of October, A. D., I _ll_ ...I2:15... I-

.on sanrord Bran b of tb* K K.('. Ry I: That Mozart Intitttd on Signing. near In order to have the E. F. OATEST. 1908. i ..12...-... 1:05... 2:
i have to move "The Daytona Gazette-News" is _13...-... 1:35.,. .. 3
I II Thunder.
8
FITZGERALD
Manager. by down the E.
J. MALBY. Intpired
R. writing
Meyerbeer at band for I
phone 83 .: means hereby designated as the newspaper in I .l4.. .- 2:45... 4 -

. .+. ...... .. .++... . ..+* When listening to tbe wonderful musical thought which came. Proposed Charter of"The Port Orange which this order shall be publishedoncea ...15... .- 3:30 5.j35 4
.
... .. ...... .. Immortal S It Ii told of him that after writing week for four consecutive weeks. 1! ... ---- : &. ..
t Boethoren's
of symphonies
Development Company.
I. ****..******.* strains | part of a beautiful duet for an opera WitnesH my hand and seal of office' 1 _17... .-. 0.5... .,. 7:07: -.
*************** ******** *********** and sonatas It U difficult to the sheet on which be was writing fell The undersigned Incorporators hereby this 29th day of August. A. D. 190$. I I ...l8... ... 5:59... 8O -7: ,,

shop : Imagine tbat they could' come from the j to the floor and. caught by a puff of associate themselves together for the (Seal) SAM'L. D. JORDAN Clerk. I, .. ,. 9ltT

I Cabinet and Repair I-en of such an eccentric mnn. Though; S wind, was soon beyond his reach. lie purpose of forming a corporation under By R. P. HAMLIN. Deputy Clerk. .. ;*:

*, : musicians: are as a rule. men with | was" too lazy to get up and get It and the laws of the State of Honda, as prescribed FITZGERALD & OATES, I i I' ...19..6,0... i..

Furniture Repairing. Mattresses Repaired and made to orJer.Ve : many ecullaritles., Beethoven ,,'asrruLaUy thoroi.r. disturb the nicely arranged by. the general I_Statutes of said Solicitoii for ComplainantFirst I .. .. lila -
O llattres and solint your : work and ,->uti.e, auu uy me" ncis 01 me Legislature .. .. : .j -
handle the celebrated errnoor be net to
: extraordinary of i bvd.ioihe*. so ,
the most | I
: thereof and adopt the following ...24... ...11-30... .l2-
l,
IWk lk tl
work. ( r.ince ave eut be could not :*.;.
i order for first-class ; : them all.\ 'i wrote another melody as Proposed Charter: pub. Aug. 22; last pub. Oct 10. 1 _.2L..12:! ... ...l:1L 117.j

W. G. HOBBS. : lIe wrote his music In all sons of renieiuUT! how the first one went. I, 1 ...2fL. .l.2o:4 1 -a
: In Italia" ARTICLE I Notke to Creditors. i .,.,
"II Turcw .
...... ................. ... ................... ....... places: -w hen dining. walking, or con- I.,I Thus thete In are the two opera duets for one situation The name of the Corporation shall be In Cout of the County I'I I I ...2s... .-.- .

: versu:: ? with a friend. Often In the ,, and singers can choose the one which The Port Orange Development Com Judge, State of Florida : ,: ...29... .. :30..2:1. 4It':

ROLLINS COLLEGEFlorida's midst of a crowded street be would pleases them best pany" and its business shall be conducted I Volusia County. _3O.. $jlI.. :

stop and write furiouV.y, for a few I I liszt was, probably the vainest of in the State of Florida and In re Estate ofHf'ory I I', _
of the United States of II. -
!
other states
Thorp.To
: Oldest College minutes on the back: of a letter or anenvelope. great composerS and also one of tbe ;
shall be convenient : all Distributees i Forenoon flCikf-flOOQ(1d,1-'.
America as or necessary. Creditors Legatees, -
I
... oMltious to the bustling; I It was only when In
ollt'('.Academy and !scowls MuMo. EVr-ofl.: Kin, \rts. Komc-tk and Iiulu.n'dTtlrd bie I most capricious. and ItI The pnncipal office of said and all persons having claims r... proximately at the aamehowf juT
of would
crowd al"'ut him. Some great- 1 the mood that he play
shall be Volusia demands said Estate mobiles be driven
trial Arts and Hu Corporation Daytona against : I I can on the beuatw
.
Carn..gle nail mn'.dorrolu.ry cow, eoliu:: up:. !hrtrlc IIlhl'I.athlr-"m. n,al1\j',,1 1 est themes weYe l'\IlJIH\l'd w.'ion bets I I[ pressed to do so against his will h* County. Florida. You and each of you are hereby notified hours after high tide and. witkj, I?

hat: Iarte li link";!t.\.:-ilU p.rfct iud..altb.*.kf't.t(oidIU'ns>ii: t. aill.: On.ha"-"n.cvmnaoliim.. of Klurkl. ihl *,j.,.r \\' walking along in the pouring; rain. I{ would often becobie almost In ultlng.I ARTICLE II and required to present any claims hours of high tide. -i %'2

> 'rrlr7qnart.rofa million dollar: m1a", mnt: f"P<'n..... nnd,'ratf. Mbar.hlravailable. for In the worst weather he was a :i It Is told of him that after being en- and demands w hich you or either of.' --

CbrHtlan but undeDointnaitoiial: "tanJ f.r fami.i.ir: figure: In the ktreet of \ icn. i I i tertaincd at dinner he was asked byI The general nature of the business to you may hare against the estate of': MASONIC DIRECTORY.*!
j
CHARACTER CULTURE CO.NDUC1Neil : na. and. though often the object of I I I his hostess to |>erforui on the piano. be transacted by said corporation is as Henry H. Thorp, Deceased, late of Vo-, \\Af.\\ Lni3K. No. W. F. ft i.i.'

Se lon begin Dctoitrr :. For cataU'guf!. adJr., the PrMont.VA1. : much ridicule and many gibe be was :> and on refusing and again being follows: To buy, sell, exchange lease, lusia County, Florida, to the undersigned Siesta 11 and ird Tharidari. < 3
.' Inattentive to bin nurromidings asked be stalked to tbe piano and acquire and deal in land and real estate administratrix of Raid estate HALIFAX CHAPTER. No 5, R. i. *- ;
\ F. BLACKMAN Ph. [)., WINTER PARK.fttrnp } FIA,. profoundly I| of all kinds: whatsoever To buy sell, within two years from tbe date hereof N..U-nd Thnrday. <.'..
; as ILls mind was wholly ownpied: after dashing! off I a short but brilliant
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exchange lease, and deal in real estate or be forever barred. OlINTALtHMUAKDCRT.X. It*
with hU musio. IIU friends were not he hurried from the room, )t.lthTbundaj -
composition of all kinds whatsoever on commissionas Dated this August 72, 190 I
i.. .IIj'.fJt fllJ ij e O (J 1f".I"I'.;' Un.lTu"tornl'\l to have him break off saying as be went: "There madam! I a real estate agent. To sell. mort- KATHRYN THORP. LIVEO\K:: ('"APT a. Xtt. I. O. LC
Mwti Jd
'II i:I In the midst of a conversation and bet 1: hate paid for my dinnerr: caee sub-let nlecke Jease cr convey the Administratrix and lib Tufriaji. (*2
N.CONRAD
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A. D. HcBBIDE J. B CONRAD I 'L All mwtln Masonic Hall_ Oru___._ .._
\ kc-Prrf. Cashier :t t glu to write rapidly! some motif which | On a similar occasion after a mnner property of said corporation or any-part n ,

President h.id lresented itself to bini. party, be was pressed by his host to thereof at will, and to invest the proceeds -
t" would pl.iy for ; In the mood. however of the same at pleasure as may be l
'JI This !great composer play. Not lIng Florida's Higher Educational Institution
BANK determined tbe "'. To conductany
: MERCHANTS by by.14
I. hours at a stretch and In order to cool I I be refused; but. no doubt thinking that
of its business and to have officersand < ;}j
hi band which often became fever needed urging his host Insisted.
,, t'orcTY n.oIEI I l genius
HK : C-U or VOH--MA agencies and to employ officers and -

Capital Stock:.... ....................... .... ... ... .. .... .$ 5f1.(141' \ > Q S ish.walk: Le about! would tbe seize room.a pouring water Jug the and Water I The and. musician turning his then: back walked to the to keyboard.tbe piano other agents State in such as places may in be this requisite State and and UNIVERSITY OF THE THE STATE COLLEGE[[ FORtfMH

Surplus and Profits ..... ...... .. ......... ............... :55.HV; ; : |I nrst ou one band anti then on the favored the company with one of the necessary to carry ou said business and STATE OF FLORIDA[ (florida FemaIeCflege

and Time Certificates (j i other utterly ignoring the fact that popular: airs.-Mary Hamilton TalbottIn further the ends of said corporation : ..... Florida
: i Four per cent interest rail on Sa\inp accounts i j S th..n'as no receptacle to catch it. New York Tribune.uII.lI.IISI.ISI. such necessity to be determined under Gainesville, Florida. tt'i'T

of .>poi'it. No notice required for. withdrawals Q j 1 This was the cause of many of his I the discretion and judgment of the

: hasty retreats from his lodgings, for board of directors. To borrow money A College for Women, without a t;
Boxes For Rent. I. .IUhIIII.. and to secure the same and monies.otheiwie -
Safe Deposit in the Ot'llth
tbe slightest' : complaint0.,1,1! cause : f'mbrarmt' Cofl.
A high-grade institution for $
: raorfga. young
owning by deeds 'a
: .n l-m fi fi 4I 'otiiiiiJ. : :!: him t,) give notice to quit, so puerile Legal Noticesi.i..i.ii.i.iu.I.uI.I.I.: bonds, note!, or other obligations there men. offering Literary, scientific. Eno.IKJu16f LilJt'ralrb Industrial: Arts Normal; ti-)
... .\ ,, (!f Y. !! was be at times. As a result be some for. To make: contracts at any time and Fine
I (inef ring. Agricultural reilagogi- Arts offering instructioo io
'
fewer thanthree ,
for
Urnl.'s'a paying no whatsoever for the furtherance of the I
........ ......................................... ...4 different lodgings at the sametiuw. business of said corporation both with cal Courses. ing."I-'ulturt painting. piano elocution pipe-orjia and Vtefc

: B. GARRISON :. which after engaging for a (Pint Pub. Hi-pt. !.<; last put. let, I".) individuals and other coiporations and Strong faculty; well equipped' labculture., JIieI-!

B : month. Le had abruptly left in a day. Notice For Bids.Hralrd I I generally to exercise all such powers ait I. ; thorough instruction! both Forty Florida counties aDd .....
: I .- i : ;' A close examination o! electrical :. !I Though Haydn ranks nest to IUetlio bIds for the c<.n.truction of n*- may be nee ssary or convenient to the theoretical and practical; careful suStates represented: in the eras11eie
.
I work finished aId charged: for I: .cu on the list of eccentric muslc mrnt iNTfcrlTtxl sidesalke.c.rdlu, at Hi* nOire( to of ordlnanor.will lb- ('llr purposes or businesses of this corporation per\J bifln and discipline; high moral Jt session .
: ... and to bate, exercise and enjoy all
: Clirk. on or .t..rt' (h-t.-Jl.. I. and sensesItit'spubiIeiyopen.datiJP Fine new dormitory with ruoas .f.
(rr.m this shop shows! I bo"\" squarely :- can: *. s>tit: their peculiarities: were veryunlike. and incident ton .
: : Kid the rights. privileges -
: ir. powers one hundred and sixty girls, ;Jm ...
and transact our :: : I'-evthoven Ihed In the midst I for rrtnent sidesalkand ,
S honorably we to pr equer'test to corporation for profit, organ- >o tuition iharges to Honda stu- peted., Finns for olhrT extewiwdunU. it-
: business. Electrical repairs receive :C of disorder and confusion. while Haydn The p right" r cuhll!.. reject yard any for filling or all and Md Kradlng... re- ized and existing by virtue of the I..sof Other expenses very low. For proeiiMots are already made. ,

I, I attecticn. Those : averred that be could not compose a rred. .\. :oft-t. HoKtrR.tUy the State of lorida. For further information or
spc-ci&l and information address
catalogue ,
< .. ; Clerk.
: his
: une unless everything in study
write tu .
f who employ us never worry about ARTICLE III S
: .: was in Its exact place. Even every ANDREW SLEDD A. A. MURPHRE. -'
rt4 our charges, and they know before I ornament must be where it I lloninxLHe : Hrst pub. St-pt.19; last pub. Oct. 10)) The amount of Capital Stock of this President. Proidat
: ii erajiE; u that our workrrmr Corporation shall be Twenty-five bun- ,
: : always rose early to wrt.! for he Notke to Non-ResiJent.
dud dollar J-300 be divided
( 00) to
.
> V.ip will be the beat.: : found his greatest Inspiration when In Circuit Court Seventh: Judicial hundred
into one 1100) shares of the
: : tIle l.irJs't're singing in the dewy Circuit .f Florid in and for Volu.'ia !
.. : g ( par value of twenty-five dollars ($2.5 ) FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
: Daytona Electric Co. : morning hours. Ills most extraordinary County. each All or any part of the Capital I

._- : : characteristic however was to I IX CHANCEKVALbie Stock of this corporation may be pay I

: : 2'-2;: South Beach Street d.>n hi* full:! court dress with bob wig.; L Bartlett, able in property, labor or services, at a LOCAL TIME CARD No. 75. IN EFFECT APRIL R m
: : bat and ruffle?, and put ou his finger a vs just valuation to be fixed by the Incorporators '

.... ... ........ .... .. .... ...................4....'. certain! ring before he wrote a line for I To Smith Smith W.W.Bartlett Bartlf) .or. by tbe directors ..t a m(tt- I, No.99 Dally No.Dally 29 I MAIN LINEliuaa No. 7ftDaJiy I "
called for tile
he d..lar that he bad not a musicalUca ing purpose. Properly. "j
Yo are hereby required to appear to labor or services, may also be purchased f 19pm a 30&,. I Lv..Jiakio.v11l.A J>> I.a.I
.. unlvss So) attiretL I the Bill of Complaint filed hrem against! 15 pm II II .. 2._8L .UIats..Lv .
l, 'r.-J"" "' ''' and paid for with the capital stock at a Tit Mpm04pm t.
M,zdrt cancot be called eccentric in entitled pm a saI -
you in the above cause on orb just valuation of such property labor I 912pm: inpmt f;;= : : L: 44HM
tn the two mentioned fon> the 2nd day of NoeiLiVr A. I)., I inpmOTpm 4IM
sa'iie Sl'u"e as or services to be fixed by the directorsof Kpm iMpin 5g.- n..11OD. Lt -n
i for they were %ery retiring-lu fact 190S. the Corporation at a meeting railed 1010 pm 53'pm I -.ar.. .P'D&-L' 230p. ,I".. 3tMl
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,
San1.ateo\ llUpmIlWnl IKpm4lipm I -TltuYWe-L' 7,
Gazr-ttf'-X" in hereby
The Datf ( 114pmllKp *
: CigarsHave r..I1cs-wblle:. be was to a great ex >na a.the in ahichthis for the purpose. t 1104 Lt r.-.______L. .....'{
of the world. To him designated nesp-'tpe-r am Clip i-I.koe.kI.dg- I.e 12281 IIa
tent a man ARTICLE: IV I -
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shall! loe !39 4Mpm I _Y,. Q&u. ..
order published" once a S t UMam twwth.Ume.alwhUh
li'iwfver. mu,.t it ired.ted: one of thestrai'ge.t This Corporation shall exist 11 am900am 00pm ____ __ .
11 IMse
4
week for four ronHruthe"f't'kiA. perpetually steam :: --- amtuaa
t tA docunients that t erbaps bate Witness hand and seal sf office as provided by law.ARTICLE I loopmOtpm l.v.ftrlvrs.Lv_ U151a
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my A/_1t'II&! ?& IIAe '' L, Warn Ipa
Made : e\cr l.(.'eu written. this ISth day of t-pteiulx A. t).. 1'JttS/ V. I'' S36ai 735am: 194. pm Lv.7LLS.MsrdaIaL, MamtOOaa 121.-.1.I
He tKMiaie engaged to a young woman 'Sc IIIM'L l I' JOKDAX. Clerl. .1149pmtwam A.rKIe- i.y ....
Tbe I stomata
business of this corporation shall 1. KIa.t A SUpim110pm ....
and at tbe request of his future By R. P. IIAMI.IN Deputy Clerk. be conducted by a President t'U'lItlce.- tttIa.e .lOMaia A.r.B-.I__L, !..
rnotht.'r-In-Ia Le drew in the I I tOOpm I Lr..1aigbr.r.yaiskt. ._ :i
Reputation of 1 up presence : W. M. Shaffner. President, *ecc nd Vice-PresidentSecrc- -- "
of an attorney a contract: which Solicitor fi>r Complainant. tary arid Treasurer, and a Board of Five .Dall!, ntep&kada,. 4Sandays aM fluadayi only. nw-sa.anfIlIatbSt""'!i

bounl him to marry one of tbe wo-I Directors and such! other officers and I I PALATICA BRANCH ..

; B man's daughters: within three years I agents as may be from time to time ap-. Iv..
: Their Own. : tie said daughter always baling tbe Sheriffs Sale. pointed. I tAST PALATXA Arrtv. 1..rn PALATJtA TOi'aiaL
I l.ndtr and by virtue of an execution The Stockholders shall meet on the I TO PALATL4 Palaiki PalMka LAST PALATLII
to refuse tbe if she
liberty roml"-'st'C' I issued out (,; the Circuit Court of twelfth day of october A. D IWS lor I a aliiI. __si. ci Defy
: The success of the San Mateo Cigar i one (of I wished to marry another. But In case i Volu.-ia County, Florida in a cause tbe first meeting of said corporation at i I. Ct.aa Daili..___ S&s Sooa No. 47 D&Y..J. .. ...... S C

Mozart was unable to carry out LIe in : therein pcnding.'aherein M. II. Zulx-r is tbe office of the Corporation in Daytona i IlfIOam t at aro _..__11o W IJy. 4 a ii 11 .._.....x,, at ........... a ,

the greatest industrial: triumphs: : the East ('(la>t tcntk through lack: of the necessary : plaintiff and Charles .;. Rieman is .Iefeiident Florida, at tin o'clock! a. m., for ste Pili 1.o. 4 D&IIy.DaiIy.... 4 p cm 25Om p ...................o..No.63 56 I.iiy..l P

'unds or through! the woman's refusal 1 haw le\icd upon and will the purpose of adopting by-laws hold-I 71.m h6"m __.so. U Iy..., p toe p ___jfo. 5 D..1lil P
!since the freeze. be pU-dzttl; himself to support her lu I: *ll Ht public outiry in front of ing the first election: of officers and completing f Daily t'o. taAfliTTOBRANCH

the condition of a stranger no matter Court. House door in DeLaud \' the organization of this corporation -
: Made fnni the (.hjt-<-.->t growth* of tolacco that the riiin- j v here or Low she lived all her lift County, Honda, on the 1st Monday tht'I I The Stockholders shall meet I i...,. LAST PALATZA IA2ilvi I L..v. I '

sub cif Florida and) tLe Inland <.f CuUi ran r.rod we. mfl l wraj ILls su'i; >uit was to loe a fixed sumpaid I' October being the Jth day of annually on the second Monday in October sisthaTO_ BAX MATEO I I iLAST 5AM MATLO PALATLIJpiasssIII7Jj TO
p A. the
nx-Dth. D. 11MK during of each year thereafter unless ;
ped with the rich silky 'leaf grown f.n East Ooa-t lJanfatillll1.) : quarterly or half yearly.Waguer. I hours of sale to the higl ftt and I otherwise determined by the by-laws. ;; I ,ooa so

; too. was not exemi* from test bidder, f fr ra.-h, the followinglewribed At this annual stockholders meeting ye Dfl jI4P'
the cigar of, the world ha lrl'i1 letter ,
j industry ne\er pr ( p ..'.tlwr fancies. His mind seemed t o.1$
I. [ ( <> personal property ot sni
I p. For sale Ly all the leading I:(>tf.ls and clul.s and )l.y the run to the grew ome. and during his (fendent to-lIit-l roll top desk. I of said corporation as directors ; flatly faJ1y t.fl BRA.NCH Dafly

News train 11.rila. lifetime be bad his grave constructed Remington tn"' .ritt.r. 3: hairs, 2 gillS and said director at their meeting I I !!_I. .;
Company ,
on entering TOOpta qa
p. every It was In the garden back of his home, lamps. I heater.. to be h< Id on the same dayshall I LV-JackonltIe..a.r 7OOa: ,

t: .. Twenty sizes, styles and grades( to :"elect 'M'dS'1 and be would often go and look at It Dated this Ird day of ptcrubt-r. A. elect a President. I1n.t"j'e. ; s..; &III .
I !.!. .!! !' ) F' 10 45 ,
am Ay
that he might not forget Its existence D., l90.\ J. R. TURNER Pre'id'nt. Second Vice-President, Secretary I Ma pestLe OlIO am isa 4N.3T.1
bin.riff Yolu-ia County Florida. and Treasurer and such other I I i.N4: -
: r roi S\Lr BY ALL I hHALr.RS.Manuf.u ) But the worst of it was that he con officers and agents as the corporation I tblly Dali, Oreagg3tya tiJiy DaU7 No.Deity 9 I lSaafvdraacJ

:: tnrv.l ItvI stantly in,
remember it. too. and when be : First pub. August 2V 5)) their respective offices until their successors -I I 3:IC pm ) ate Lv.itaw i is pm j a m am It.. Tttu'slltIM.
1551cm
;4 I-IS. ROWLEY tertaining them at dinner be wllen'l :.NOTICE OF SALE. are duly elected and qualified I ,5': P P-s : tea)am Lv Lv.Lat.Oraajs lietacLe Uty Lv 1220 1211 p.s 451 acoatatar. Ca.nfurd LI IIl
W. j pa 4 10 pm .... ..... ...L.. ...
JEStt" suddenly break off the con\er In Couny Judge' Court The nan.es of the officers who are to I S itritam Ar.Oiege tty fe ISIS pm 400 'ta .....

i and begin declaiming on eternity and I County (.f f.f'olul' :lAlld conduct the business cf said ftrptw.esd Usva -

"..1.. '_ \\t\t.1ldldl..J .'.JIL 4aL kk tie grate. !, State (.f Florida. Lion until those fleeted at Mrpora-I se-ia... TIXR TABLA. .
trala mayb.upIeUd'
,
Matter of theE election shall qualify shall be F. X. I aa4 d.part fr.
In the lb.
"My friends.. be would say. "In tbe a.e.ral atati..s but(bet, arrivaL or d.psrtu .1 is.
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mIdst of life we are In death. Death Is I tate cfV.. H. Conrad. Pres-ident; T. E. Fitzgerald I i s.i guars.iacd.aI.lsf aor CIsc.r..0.do.. lbs Compacy hold Itself r.apoasibie torah -
I I "l-urr l>wea.ed.By \ice-President; Cornelius Chrbtancy. -
a !I..t that we all must face. even so : virtue of an pidr from the County Second Vice-President; E.'. Per C.py of sit. carat TI. Card .r Other J.f.rmatlea

great a man as my elf. L too. must i I Judge' Court of Volu-ia County, n..iI1 Outes, Secretary; F'. J. Xi\er, Treasurer IDRAHNER."SEll 'I'IIIl 'rIcK.IT AGENP."
I.
the I should like very much to snow id.t I \ Mil at public outcry to the and 1. :N. CouraJ T II Fitzgerald.Cornelius' Autstaatoea.raJpus.gg STFlures

: you my !crate. It you will allow me." I b'ghcst and l5t bidder for ca h on brilliancy, Fl F. Oates aud

And. starting from the dinner taMc. )).'r.da. the fifth day of OctuWr. A. F'. J. :Nivtr Ihrector shoe fi above for the )iaypnrt Braneti and oranwo Cii flrsor ti'

he would had the way. followed by I, I U. I00i> between the legal hours of sale, ARTICLE not correct Pa.snpere should secure tcbfdulr InTurmat a f r .'se tralntJN"1

ri rt: n ills guests to the corner of the garden I at the front door of the Court house alI The iiighest amount of indebtedness Florida East ("s's-i lUIUay .%gent.

I \ \ 4.'I PPEPAD where his prate was! and there be I I lit Land, Florida, the(t.I"! "iDgde'cril-etl or l liability to which this corporationmay I --- --- -
dissertations property lying and being in the County at time
would give his companions further any subject itself shall be
on eternity. of \olu.-m and :Stale of Florida to-wit: I Twenty-five Hundred Dollars, i f:J,.*,00.) ATLANTIC
The :North one-half ( Xl of theett j II COAST
Meyerbeer gathered: his thoughts: III RAILROAI
one hundred and fifty (\\VloO feet of j I ARTICLE VII.
amid the rumble of thunder the Cash lot five (5)) block :21 llodgman's Da- The names and res'dences of the subscribers -
of lightning; and downpour of rain. In'' tona and the amount of capital I'

order more fully to expose himself to : Also one box of tools, one bed room stock' subscribed for by each are a< follow -
the sttau'ating! : ; effects: of tbe elements !suite and other per-onal property. 4:
be bad constructed for himself! at the I 1 he. above des!
top of his house a room whose sides : sold as the prcpt-rty of w H. furr. cle- Shares. :
I ceasi-d. for the payment of debts againstthe T. E. '
I Fitzgerald Iaytona Fla.
were entirely of glass: and here be ,
estate of said dt'cea'l'd. Shares.
Twenty
would hasten at the approach of a I Dated this 2th lay of August, A. D, Cornelius Chrktiancy. Port .I
OrangeFla. North
::1 storm! and amid its fury would bare a 190S. F.V.. 1'01'E. ., Twenty Shares. South :

rush of musical thoughts. Commissioner of County Judge's Court. E. F". Oates. Daytona Fla., Twenty I
There Is: a story about him to the i Shares. .

effect that once when entertaining i F. J. Slyer, a.tlna. fla., Twenty

friends at dinner be beard: a distant Notice to :?\on- e5IJent. Shares.F. East West
I CHAS. BLUM & COMPANY\ j
J. :
XIVER.CORXELIUSCHKISTIAXCY
ramble of thunder just as tbe soup Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, in ,

course vras served and to the astonishment and for Volusia County.IN .
AUEXCY TAIWr: WIEU1XG: CO.. E. F. OATES.T. .
CHANlERY.:
of tile guests he hastened from :

Blue Ribbon Beer tie room to his ncsical! chamber and Cornelius Cbristancy E. F1TZGEIULD. Consult "
and Lewis 66 WhiskeyS ) the "Purple Folder. J
left them to take care of) ttemselveifor 'os County of Volusia|
nd for Price Lwt. the rest of the evening. 18. S. .'lenlin!:. Iary State of Florida.1s*
IA( K O NM I.K.: FI..%. D. Urmicp. R. II. t
Tbe Italian Dcalzettl court- I
S. composer I bHt'bcertif} that on this 22nd: davofAtgu.t.
S -- -- ,..I lapinition la means which pror.vd :: Collins... CiJlins.and Josephine| A 1>. lOOS. personally For detailed! l information rates rlmlules and iervatiun.s
m injurious that it caused the premature prarnl before me, a notary oul.iir ap.j I ,
ORUOiETHAH dUAMOFA CENTURY le.-ij ..f hU ta'l1It"lIe was To <_ S rlenune!: Mary D. Fleming R: the state of Florida, T. F. m

a<.. -.tinc1 to shut liiui",vlf in a room II., Collins BL \ 011 are t.f'r..t.v. "" ,I.in-d to tott.e F J. :Niver. to me well known ngl'utHI
appear
'
: II We nave.bcen tte. v.i'h a quantity of mu lc pa;>er. pens and
uppljin Bill of Complaint bled herein againsttou known to me to be the
d '
persons "' ri-
aul I i'ik and thirer! four l>ota of :
S r.eecis \ in theatsp entitled cause on firI led m and who subscribed their call on
of Mac.Junervj asevs.We 5t'>'llIr coffee: lie would then begin' to"ritt' names I.
fore the th f
i -> dy s October A. I) to foregoing Articles e.f II.e..rf.ora.
S t .su.l drink and when this supply
carrj .la/ge stof.k-0/ I l9L's.TLe( lun a* 10 corporators ef "Ttu' Port
of c-'Jtv: wan exhausted be would Paytoua Gajftte-Xews" here 4 I
PORTABLE Grange; Development
\ AOSIAT/ONARY EN&IKEBOIL- ..,.!..r ino'-e and i-..utinu... to drink It as l.y designated i a" the nr S Traveling
LR5. Sa..MIII ctootWok.dMicJw. "'I.;: its he w neHe ; which. this order sLkll published once they subscribed 1 their name thereto for ,

1 e3. 3%... f a.ItQk "'1Lk1t, ,, S"fftL'; i,..vried tint the folee: was n<<'- week for four (w .-cuti\e wreks.U the ussa and J.uqtherein epr.Md.
r I.1I,, [ !!Lfl2.Lir 1.& eor\ (..r t't. ,tn..,. r.i1i..n.\ The result itnese niy Land and seal of officrlhisyth In 11 whereof I lave hereunto
of I'u" ix-rm.l4.il. taint was a yellow, day nf Aupu-t. .-\. I). ivHte. !et my hand and seal 1 thr day and
S -MAbBYOMPANY: .tr.-hwtI-II't': : (''''I.t'11on.' with lips I (>eal) SAM'L, D. JORDAN t>rk.hy :. foNt( ab..,e written.;' year A. W. Fritot, Division Pass. Agent
R F 11AMLIN, Deputy Clerk ( XLAI. ,
'J I f'W1T1S $1; alux ,.t jet Mad, cud nervous system I I-nZGKKALD. W C HOWES.
ATLAtiTA CtA. : OATES. j Notary Public" State of Florida.
j jI
"hkh soon caused hi breakdown anj Solicitors for Complainant
My Uomauaaioo Jacksonville Fla.
expires May y, 1909! i,




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