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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: October 3, 1908
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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t Daytona, Florida} Saturday, October 3, 1908.a.'t Ab.rtlsl.r atedIua is DIrt III' and VlcloH), Price 6 Cents ?


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NANTS AI i Fronting on the Electric LihU aid :

.' HAlf PRICE DARKNESS INTO t1G1T.R SWATTED AGAIN. THE COMING TOURIST RUSH. Halifax! Kiver. Modern Improvement !

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SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS After Many Months' UsJXhe Black and Blue Spots Given To Hotels and Cottages Have Been SCHMIDT'S HOTELFormerly '.

'. Sand odds and ends at Half the Original Price to Kerosene Lamps Are Again It By Alderman Osborne. I I Placed in Readiness for I S'hinMt' Yilla.
: HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, -
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jToa stock before the New Fall Goods arrive. Come in and Placed on the Shelf. -After Others. the Winter Visitors. t Proprietors

Vtte bargaius we are offering. It will pay you. On Wednesday morning, April The following is a ropy of a I Daytona is better prepared this r:i DAYTONA, FLORIDA.

22nd, the Adam Schantz Electric I notice served on the City Council season than ever before to take care I

The Peck-Hendricks Company. Light, Lily Water and Ice Plant by Alderman Joe Osborne Monday of the rush of winter visitors that r Fine Home Table o..liachtrul :.

.;J.-' was totally destroyed by fire and evening. sets in when the r Reasonable Rates Hunnjr Room
annually wintry !
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Daytona was plunged into Jarkllt'bS.j 'Whereas the new license ordinance blasts drive them from the north. .NS111iNy111........>EsSSStas5ssssssss.sssss....

Few people in the) city does not go into effect until the 5th of of the hotels have been .----- -- -- -- -- -------- -
> N NN October 1908, and whereas several professional Many enlarged 4 .............................................II
means of lighting, only to a limited : notably) the Despland, which

( [E.: GARDINER i CO.l i extent, and lamp dealers hail a har- that on the men first and day others of October have stated they : has practically doubled) its capacity; The Breakers by the Sea.

JCH vest.On propose to tender to the City Collector the Saratoga Inn, formerly the Halifax .

Monday night, Sept 28, or the amount specified in the old license House, which has accomodations I SEABREEZE, FLORIDA.
.. five ordinance and demand from him a* license -
just months and six days after for double its former capacity; The ,

i the destruction of the old plant, the and whereas for the,full the Standard year at Oil those Company rates, Austin, which has added a commo- ; Will be opened June 1 under the management of I. M. MABBETTE.

Dry[ Goods.i I new one has arisen and lights turned the wealthiest corpration in the world, dious kitchen; the Tourist, which .

: i on. The service on Monday night has already sent to the collector the has made, or will make, an additionto I The house will be rondurt d on a higher plane than ever before, tbor-

s3 .. ,though not as good as it might hate sum of one and one-half ($1.50) dollarsto its dining room. oughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms: single or ensuite, with or Kilhuut
for its license and thus the | private baths. Fine fishing and the best surf bathing in the world.
been, was far better than most pay save New cottages have been built in
: Phone 102, Anthony Block, : payment of the new rate of $50.00. '
people expected for the initial try all parts of town, and many addi- SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY. A TRIAL, SOLICITED T
Whereas, the persons taking the above
C i ii out. The lights burned until twelve position propose to cut down the city tions have been made to the old Rites $1.0) per day and upward, according to location of rooms. i w .

ONA,_ FLORIDA. o'clock without a break, and as a revenue and embarass the council for ones. The number of cottages for N.N.N.NN.N.NNN.N..NNN.................. }
i consequence there was great rejoit- selfish purposes,unworthy of any good rent here now is thought; to be ::

........................................ ing by those who have been so seriously citizen; ample to accomodate all comers. -
"I, therefore, hereby give notice to
) inconvenienced for the past The sidewalks all over the tity Hotel.
F-. the council 1 that at the next regular City
1t.tllt.t.tlltllt.t.itttt.t.t.t.t.t.t.tt.t. few months. meeting of the same I shall introduceand have been rebuilt laud most all

The new plant is much better I use my best efforts/ to have the sameLtecome streets now have made cement walks v

:teal Groceries I and more complete than the old, and a law of the city an amendment that have added largely to the looks OPEN[ ALL THE YEAR

a much more satisfactory service is to tee present licence tax ou of the city as well an the comfort tf
wholesale dealers in carbon oiU slidgasolene
looked for after the machinery getslirnliered peclt'ttriiUJ4 KIKfTHIClKJin.s.:
; from 5000. the present rate
: It has been our aim to establish : up. The machinery i is all to $.150 00 per annum and further increasing The streets are lacing improved ELI CTItlC Cold BL1.L.S.II Mathi.
t and
modern, strictly) first clans and thebest the license taxes on all occupations and by the time the touiiats airite J:1.:
R here that will Table Fir-t-Clan.
: a grocery meet : that could be obtained and classes of ,business followed or will l be in better si ape than ever : I

c with the popular wants of the : The connections were nut all made: conducted by' any person firm or Corporation before A fine shell road has been

peol P'Ve study their wants : for the first night and a few were who attempts. to emuara.ss the laid on First avenue, the north city by the action first above iuduated
and their needs and buy accor- 5 without lights, but all this will .l e L____ Ue u.h street is eiiig l macadamize 4 PROPRIETOR.Is .

k dingly. \\'e are not overtaxed : remedied as fast as possible. The. DAYTONA TO THE fRONT with stone: and other extensive ____ __ 4
is. street arc lights are of the absoluterut repairs will be made. i...............................1.......1..........N 1
with and enabled to
expense are : out variety, which will give the Better school facilities have been i
AS A TRUCKING CENIER.1It [ The the fine new stone and frame
Princess Issena
sell at moderate prices. Give I city the best of service. ,
: very provided and a corps of teachersemplut ite| opened the past *inter at .
I The building is a handsome Seabreeze, Florida. It will (continue open| for the acromodation of summer :
us a trial for the coming month. II I brick structure, as near fire proof as >d second to none in theState tourists. Located in large grounds 4 minutes walk from the beach; modern JJ

it could be made and present a very Nearly a Hundred Acres Will be thus making our schools as conveniences; rooms large and airy; spacious and breezy verandas. Good
home tableeverything first-class summer rates. Address
imposing A lawn will good as can be found in any city i: ; ; .
f. W. CARROLL ( appearance. Under Cultivation This Year. ADA W. POWERS, SEABREEZE, FLORIDA.
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be made the entire htr..etfrout in the north of its size.
across '...4................................................
." .' and when finally completed -Big Crops Anticipated. Altogether Daytona is ready for
Daytona will have as fine a plant as ashamed of the '/N.N.............1.1......1...1...........NNNN
:i'The Fla. 28 )HWttIMitur her visitors and not j
North Beach st. Grocer. 5 can be found in the State. D-ajtona, Sept. Z
I AND COTTAGES
The ice plant will not l he ready GazetkXewsThe acn- progress she has made since the last : THE WHITE HOUSE bAYtONA BEACH. FLA. : i

Telephone No. 19. : for business for about a week. age for vegetables in the vicinity of [season closed.AMMfNDMENTS. : Capacity 30 rooms. Rooms 1'figlit; airy and t'Ompl.tf'h furnished. Modern :

.IS I Daytona, promises to be the largest improvement!", dean and up-to-date. I orated fIn Seabreeze Avenue abort
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distance from Atlantic Ocran Summer rates SI 00 day and Spec
TO BE per up.
TRUCKERS WILL L SECURE A in its
this: coming season history .: ial rates by week or season I J
A personal canvas by the nickers E. I... HOWARD Proprietor.

YOU WILL FIND WHAT YOU"SEEK BETTER PRICE THIS YEAR..':Association from Ormond to NewSmyrna VOTED ON ELECTION DAY. !.............................................1NN.. ;'
whether
i under the category of' real estate,
g I shows united action to
it be a house,store, stable, farm or city KRIR a RkR 4.................................................... j!.
lots unimproved, for your own tenancy stick: by the organization, to see' .I -

country, to rent toothers or hold as an investment Northern Commission Houses to that what we grow this year will Three Constitutional Amendments :: Go to I I i

all these -on our lists,, market in the ..
parcels Co-Operate With This reach the right condition That Will Appear on the

its which are free to your search. We are at and sell, if (tossible., .F. 0 H,
: in the real estateousiuess. End in View. Uallott November 3rd. ;
ci tour service for anything [ j
and in all cases through such representatives CONRAD GROCERY CO.
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W. F. Holmes, secretary of lie that we will receive At the approaching general -

\ = J. C. BUTLER, Truckers and Fruit Growers' Association honest returns for all we ship. thiej) amendments to the Slate t .

Real Estate. Life, Fire and Accident ma..w .: recently formed here, has The peach growers of Georgia constitution are to )he voted upon, for your IVt (Cream) Milk I (G i small cans for 25c, *.
and little is known of these
4 Phone 234, Pay ton a Beach, Fla. been in correspondence for sometime marketed the largest crop this sea- very to go on your J
amendment
with northern commission son in its history, and received the. proposed as practically -

me.. .,...,........++**4.reS MMMfWAsk / houses regarding the handling III least for it-rt'.aslln. pew distribution | nothing has been said heretofore Toasted Corn Flakes, Post bashes : !

i Bread carload lot- of celery and other \egetahles. : ra suit, all of Georgia growersup in regard thereto. One was
for the the election Puffed Rice Wheat Berries I i
S lie has received letters in arms. September 10th, a ; voted upon at two years or ,

fromommis8ion houses in Indianapolis convention was; ..called) and next I I ago and defeated. This amendment i iI .
Triscuit all lOc each.
with the stamp of Chicago, Baltimore, Pitts year Georgia will not give away its I is to increase the salaries of I at !

..; burg, Philadelphia) Xew York, Columbus )1- peach crcp. Florida must do the I judges of Circuit Courts and the S. W. Biscuit ami Quaker (O.itinwil.) 2 for 25c. : j

lUteton and Cleveland, same: wilh her fruit and vegetables. Supreme Court, and I to give the' Cream of Wheat} Hal tllJ1 I Breakfast Food or i

,j Daytona Bakery which have been shown us, promis-j I There ne"erias a better time to do I legislature: lie power Jo 'name the i ialr.OllDt Petit John at lf>c earli. t I
of AU
salary.
present .
.
ing the hearty cooperation I something than right now.Diferent consti-l I .jl
c ; commission houses in tho matter of I I unions have l>een orMan-I; 'power is vested holt-IyiinAhe i The Conrad Grocery Company :
!I I tution Circuit.iQriurt judges
Florida products on the the and there is fixing i j .
H. E. QUIGG getting ;i7ed all over State, '
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i.$47; ::;.::.t market. IWidcs these letters he is fair I prosuect that all will soon be t silari'f at _.tdl c ). Supreme Court j P I-:. T. Conrad X (Vs. old stand. t :

'' :?{tv i.-i: '.j ..'':' in receipt of many others, which allpoint I brought -gelher into>> one grand i judges'salaries at 3,110 and tie) i.......................1.....11...........11........
,W,..- Proprietor. II Criminal Court judges at $1(100.-( ( .
; the wa-that. the Florida such California has -- -- -----
x ........ 1...NN.................. truckers same will get better piiaaI I organization and the growers of as Fl rida made I The proposition two years a ovas I..........................................5S.S.4 j

,, ...a....*... I his year than List: and that every''I secure in all they raise. to Court increase the to salaries$3.O, ) and of that Circuit of : i
****************** ************** effort to protect their interests will I In the meantime growers of Dttona }"- judges I Day Electric Current |
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Court judges to $
Supreme .IUJ1.j
ERICIiSON l I.e made by the northern selling and vicinity are pulling together )
L N. I Another amendment is to transfer t
agents.If this season, and good has aleready
: from the constitution to the legislature
I
.1 net MaKer. Wood WorKer. produce is packed properly and l been accomplished. The selection
the right to createjUilirial1 Will be turned on :
I
care taken in handling, it looks as of seed that will grow,' the
Pteture Frames Door and Window Screens made to order. : I circuits as may be necessary. This 1 I
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: though good prices would surely !making of a fertilizer that suits our .I: 1 December I 1908.
'FLA. i I 19 in meet me uuiruac ui t OUrt i
DAYTONA y yNN
r7 Cottage Avenue, prevail. ground, and the saving in price on

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Bridge Should be Rebuilt.Conbilt'raLle the benefits. so far. of population. : This will give tin' citizens; of Dajtona, 1\\
The third amendment is to levy i,
............N.1.....: complaint} has been Reported thus far; 18 acres of : Rt'ahreeze awl ) Ui'jtch I
.N................ a tax of one mill annually for the i+ D.iytona an opportunity j
"i'' recently about the draw bridge elm, 10J: acres of lettuce :M acre
Electrical Contractor : made benefit of the University' of Florida, l:
.: D. TAYLOR. which Smith Creek. Whenever of celery, 8, acres of beans 4 acres to operati1}
: spans of cauliflower, several acres of to- at Gainesville, the Florida Female ,I .
House Wiring a Specialty. a boat of any size passesthrough I:
matoes and onions, also of strawberries College and the Colored Normalat i
I Fans Flat Irons Machines\
canal it is to Electric
the necessary
Kinds. Fixtures, Shades, | all of which will enable us Tallahassee and the Deaf, Dumb I ,
in Electrical Supplies of All : down the bridge) and rebuild loads, and this will : ; f
DAYTONA, FI.A I tear to hip in car and Blind School at St. Augustine. )
pi.. No. 8 Orange avenue ...N.... it. Some time ago the Canal Company i bring the buyers to our .1 1O.14.!: ----- .: and motors of vnrioukino's... Tin1 op- ; t
...................................N and County Commi wMoneiS i| Dol'a'l: rut k and Fruit U row ers' 1
came to an agreement to each bear Association. W. F. Ih'l. Yep. 1 Have You Registered? I crating of motor-i: l II y ('lt't.fl irity H clean

pNN tiN CONTEMPLATINGI N NI ;:..., half the commissioners the cost of a new made bridge an arrangi-and :( Democratic---Presidential-- -- Electors.As Pont are forget opened that Mondays the registrationbooks and Saturdays I, and economical. Ask u*. about the cost ,I


?WHEN YOU ARE with S. II. Gove! to build it. I II j there will probably be from The colored voters are I

I'.i Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Roof, a Hot Air Furnace, I ment For some reason or other, however, !i, twenty-five to thirty-five names of registering quite generally but few i j Adam Schantz Electric Light Plant
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1r2,'of the other metal necessities required to complete modern the Canal C"lUl'any has failed tol| Presidential Electors on tile ballot to white voters have so far placed their : : j

"""" sign the contrail. The new bridge I be voted in the November electionit ) i names on the rolls. Every white s I

.Dg, remember that should be built at once an b.wts' will be well for voters to study voter owes it as a duty to the thy i I E.: 1 1.. ( Jt'NN, ficneral Malinger. :

\- begin to lie numerous in ( and familiarize themselves with the the county, the State and the nation \
will wo ........................ .. ....
[ C. NASH a SONDAYTONA I these waters and many; of them will: names of the Democratic t"lt".torse to register and cast his vote fur the j,.....4...... N N :
I II i
; 1r LA. I pas through the canal.: |i should all vote for as follows party of his choice. Besides it is ;.;;;;.. .11.11.1.1111.111.1/1 111111111..s..1.1.....: i iJ. f
I, -- --- i II BAILEY.. no more than fair that all votors : F. CLARKw'd: : FISH .
prompt and reliable service at fair prices invested in a seas i P. W. MTLKII.HOIIT. should qualify to give }Paytona tile ; F
_. prepared to give The city has : fly stnxariiMlirii! dame; in :Season. All ord-r 1 1 1i
Avenue, next to the Armory. : which will be thing from the I E. DA VI?, prestige that rightfully belongs to i will rtI't'f'IrIllIlJat attuli' n. j ji
a. Deral repair shop on Volusia work .solicited. flag all occasions. 1 GW.: C. MARTIN, her Register today, and cast your 1 I :i Cottage Avenue DAYTONA, i '
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58. Out of town : fire bell tower on proper SAMUEL E.. PASCO. ballot on November 3rd. I :............................................N...... \
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F Norman S. Dayton. ,, Lumber, Real Estate, .Buildi :




The Know lion drug store has malaria last winter in the southern tN........,.... ..........a.... M! NN -

THE DAYTONA GAZETTENEWSPUBLISHED been leased by II. G. Wilson & Co.. part of the State, and who has been One of the

EVERY SATURDAY real estate agents, to Harry Alexander ailing all summer was out on the E.s.sentialor lr I. ;

T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor for the season and will be streets yesterday for the first lime the happy homes of to-day u a vast .I Fall A r

used as a refreshment stand and ice in two weeks. fund of information..to the best method ....

:' THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY cream parlor. W. II. Bracey will ben Mrs. Jas. Mitchell arrived from I of promoting health and happiness and I ..

charge St. Petersburg last! week and i is the right living and knowledge of the world'i I
( INCORPORATED)
The Ladies' Sewing Circle will i guest of her brother E. H. Webster best products.: Hats hiI

'" meet at the home of Mrs.I II. G. I[and wife on Seabreeze avenue. Product of actual excellence and COLUMBIAJ.BtSTETSON. :.
Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. reasonable claims truthfully presented I CO.
Wilson this afternoon at 2 p. IT. I, Prof. J. H. Seldon writing to his anti which have attained to world-wide I

The hour for meeting was changed family here, speaks of the school at of the I
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1908 i acceptance through the approval I
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to an earlier' date at last -roeeting. 'I I Durant being greatly reduced in \\VIl-Informcd of the World; not of individuals I I

Dr. Everndon, of Ormond, has attendance of the only but of the who have 4
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.One | on account diphtheria many t l THE WINDOWS
purchased R. C. Waterson's winter He number of the happy faculty of selecting and obtain- '
scare. a
I
._ I says
one ye&r_. ---. ---" $1.50 home Valley street, the asking ing the best the world! affords. 4
copy on
... .'.5OneroPJthreemonths are reported.The I [ IN THE STORE -
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six months. -- I teases :
One copy of the products of that class of J
_.... _--. -- .40 i price for which was $3.: fll00.) ) information One t .
1 Mrs. Waterson expected to arrive pleasant comes known component parts, an Ethical : SEASON 1
from Mrs. E. J. Wright in a letterto remedy approved 1 by physicians and com-
4k ADVERTISING RATES. here[ in time to remove certain per- .
a friend here recently received, mended by the Well-informed of the I.
;. DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS. sonal belongings reserved in the that she and Dr. E-teh's family expect World as a valuable and wholesome family .1l

I Rate per Inch per Insertion to regular advertisers.......... ... ... _10 cent sale but is detained at Toronto by ': to arrive here about November laxative is the well-known Syrup of Figs -zla
.__ ,15 cents
." Rate Rate per per Inch Inch per per insertion Insertion for for single less than insertion three ..... .. ..... . _30 cents the serious illness of Mr. Watei- 15tl,. Mrs. Wright spent the summer and Elixir of Senna. To get its beneficial Get Started Right-Get an ''Anthony 1 ?'. ':5
READING NOTICES OR LOCALS. son's mother. Mrs. E. Freeman is effects always buy the genuine, manufactured

Rate per line,each [Insertion-..10 cents. kindly looking after the matter for I at ChautauquaThere by the California Fig Syrup Co.. Hat. They show how good hats ought
RATES FOR CHURCHES. LODGES, ETC. Mrs. Waterson. Dr. and MIT.Kverndou was general rejoicing Monday only, and for sale by all leading druggists. ,

All dub, society organization,lodge! and church notices, other than religious will make this their home. eyeing when the electric light to be. $2.00 $3.00 $4.00 and $5.00. .3
services, 5 ants per line. Cards of thanks 50 cents each. Resolutions cents Beanie :' Our luxuries be. i .
on soon Automobile tires and inner tubes
Jones is spendingsome
per line. Legal advertising at legal rates.GENERAL Mrs. S. S.
PROVISIONS. time in Jacksonville. come our necessities. vulcanized at Oliver's garage

: No single charge for display advertising of any kind less than 50 cents. Mrs. K. J. Beck who with her Mrs. E. Freeman made a trip to I J Ji.
Good position given every advertisement. An extra charge 2 rent per inch
will be made for ads with specified position No special! positions given on ads nurse, Mrs. Rob, has been comfortably Ormond this week to look after her BEAUTIFUL :HOME completely ON THE furn1 PENINMJL-bed: bol ANTHONY BROTHERS Inc.
less than five inches. ]located at Blarney Castle for property interests aLJhat place. and cold bard nl oft water; bath and ,
No advertisements accepted for the first page. other mnden. Improvements: .tal>le and
Extra charge made on display advertisements containing an average! of more some weeks past leaves today for I S. E. Morris has been at some savage frontage on.HL the the premises.bouw but Ito there or Is 1"a"0 totalfrontgeofunfeet feet i.......................................
than 30 words to the inch. her home in Sanford. Mrs. Beck trouble and to have the to the entire property .
All bills payable on the first of each month. expense Hunted on Halifax A venue, Adjoining thet'lubhou'.e iN -
considerable improvement skeleton heads of of the whales grounds of tbe Florida Fast
notes some Const Automobile AivorliUlnn., and commends .NN.. ................. ............. pz
her on the beach. stranded at Inlet last an excellent view of the ocean Br 4
I during stay summer on ;
adding a few Mel-roomsthe house would -
DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL, STATE AND COUNTY TICKET. Mr. Whitsett and family, after a exhibition in front of the Keating I I'a make lo"stlonwhereoneIsmuch.n Ideal high class hoarding n.l...bouia... Will In .. Titusville Lumber Co. -;.

r Itlt summer spent in their beach cottage, Casino. No doubt] the collectionwill I I I TFRilS!M>sold AT If taken A BARGAIN at once.! and Apply M REASONABLE to Editor : i

Eustis, left yesterday for their attract considerable interest UatelteNewsBoatmen i ARE NOW SELLING rI :i
Y For President, WILLIAM J. BRYAN of Nebraska .
winter home at Eustis. They made during the season.E. -----
For Yire-r sident, JOHN W. KERN, of Indiana. {
r For United States Senator For Members of the legislature I I the trip by auto to New Smyrna. L Howard has the thanks of I! LUMBER
DUNCAN U. FLETCHER.For I MACON THORNTON The numerous alterations and a 1- of your correspondent for a basktt j }

Member of Congress I JAMES E. ALEXANDER.For II ditions already mentioned i ifl the of fine picked from the
FRANK CLARK, County JudgeJ. guavas AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES: i'

For Governor LEE McCRORY.For Gazette-News, which has almost bushes on the White House grounds.Mrs. and l dealers in bottom boat paint, .. Rough Framinc..T-r.?..., ,, ....... ... $12 50 :,

ALBERT W. GILCHRIST. Clerk SAMUEL of the Circuit D. JORDAN Court converted the Colonnades into a Howard has been quite busy I drop us a ("oml"ith your address Framing, dressed four sides ..._. .... ,. 1500a
For ComptrollerA. new hotel and made it a mxjel\ in the week the fruit A. and
past converting Flooring,Ceiling Siding so
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C. CROOM. For Sheriff and learn how to keep .
EDWARD I.. SMITH. arrangement and comfort are about into delicious jelly and. marmalade your : B. Flooring Ceiling and Siding ..... ........... 20 00 I
For bottoms clean for six months
TreasurerW. and and contractor or No. 1, Common Flooring, Ceiling I and Siding 1500" f
V. KNOTT For Tax AssessorS. completed, proprietors I for the delectation of winter guests. :t
For of State B. WILSON. alike may take pride in work more without scraping. Trade discount No.2, Common Flooring, Ceiling and Siding. .- 1000
Secretary
H. CLAY CRAWFORDFor For Tax CollectorD the The Ladies' Aid Society of the to merchants : Door and Window Casing and Finishing Material,dressed four sides- 20 00
Mr. has
P. SMITH. well done. Gray spent : dressed side._ ., ... .,, i
Attorney General For County TreasurerJ. here well to the I M. E. Church will meet at the home Canfield Company, : Sheathing one T TT TT ? L 10 00 Ij
Y PARK M. TRAMMELL. J. VINZANT summer looking I of Mrs. E. C. Hibbard, October Sth. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA :: The above prices are for carload lots, f. o. b. mills Titusville Fla. .
lw Criminal Court work, which S. II. Gove has pushed
For State Supt. of Public InstructionWM. I For Judge of the I ,t -PROMPT SHIPMENT.I .-
:
M. HOLLOWAY.For : JAMES W. PERKINS.For with his usual energy and determi- -- -- ......M.NN.NN...N..................NN....NNNN

Commissioner of Agriculture Solicitor BERT Criminal FIST Court nation. This week the curbing is I J

B. E. McLIN. For Superintendent Public InstructionA. being; laid to the walks, and from ........................1.. N.NN.INN 14,44
For State Chemist O. BOTTS this attention v.ill be directed to BOMBAY VAPOR .
R. E. ROSE. For County Commissioner Dist No. 4 on i M. ELLA DE VOY CO.LADIES'
the
For Adjutant GeneralJ. W. D. UADSIIA W. beautifying grounds. I .
C. R. FOSTER.For For Member Co. School Board Dist. 3 tff/ords Me Srfatest &*lif from .Ii .I-
i HATTERS
Justices of the Supreme Court GEO. F. CROUCH.For Snstct 3tsit .
THOMAS WILLIAM M. SHACKLEFORD.A. ROCKERs I Justice HENRY of the Peace T. TITUS., l.>ist. No. 8. Daytona Beach, Sept :30-Dr. I. sown : Correct in Styles. OPEN ALL THE YEAR. j

: H. Springer and son, of Marietta, : No ft South l 1G'neh \I ns.f. l>nrt"n>.. .
Ga. arrived- .last week. anti arc I Used With an I ...............................i........ ......... x1.N .
.+..+..+.+....+++.+..+++1.+.*.+.+..+1..*+.+1.+....+.: ,
located the beach. .
-- .
pleasantly on --- ---- ----- -'
+ Mrs. Springer and younger children Tried all over the State for Ants! Flies, Mosquitoes Spiders, .,. ,N.NN...NNN..3N00MNH.5NNH.HN.NH
F Seabreeze and Daytona Beach Insects and Vermin of every kind, and 1 every trial has substantiated j
will come when the cold begins to .
our claim of superiority for sure and speedy drath. '

t. MRS. H.. A. BERNARD Editor. :. tona pinch.Beach Dr.a Springer seriously came ill man to Day-last Asa preventative of I Do You W to Rent Y

................- .....- ...................N..1e .................. winter. 'I he climate did wonders DUST,

Seabreeze Sept. SO--Mrs. Sis- Mrs. II. L. Kochersperger and I for him, and he-now enjoys splendid DISEASE,

{ trunk children and sister, Miss Mrs. Swift returned last Friday: health. Dr. Springer renewed his INFECTIONS, i Your House This Winter? I Ii

Achinson, after a pleasant summer from an overland trip to Alligator alle ience to the Gazette-News as FEVERS

s -}' on thel>each, left last week for their Ranch Mr. and Mrs. Swift's home, all discriminating tourists are wontto ,

t Ocala home. During their stay near Swifton. With the sun ever- do. FILTH
I If f so list it with the !
Mrs. Sistrunk entertained numerous head and a good driver the trip Fresh supply of candies at T. F. Bombay Vapor sates its cost times without number. i l

house parties from Ocala and other across the country was very enjoyable Curtis A- Son's-Van Valzah Bldg. Sweetens rooms and air; brightens furniture. $?.5I) a gal f

interior towns and otherwise contributed but it rained every day duringthe I Mr. and Mrs. Moores arrived lon everywhere. 3k\ fur Bombay Atomizer. Freight paid on 5 i Conrad Real Estate Co. !I

liberally to the social enjoyments ten days of their stay, which from Columbus Ohio the latter gallons or more. For Sale by ,

t of the summer season.A. made the return trip something I part of last week and will visit with Gruber-Morris Hardware Co Daytona.

S. Randall under the supervision long to be remembered in the way their daughter, Mrs. J. M. Fields Who have inquiries every day for !

of the street committee, has a 'of slush and rough roads. ,
: of the winter. w
part 408 Forsyth St.
squad of men at work with a road Edward Satschane and family, Master Floyd Stewart celebratedhis BOMBAY VAPOR Pft tUi furnished houses in Daytona, Daytona -

a scraper rounding up Ocean boulevard who occupied one of the Breakers! second birthday at the Seaside Jacksonville, Fla. Beach and Seabreese. Give us a des-

and building up a jortion} of cottages last winter have leased the i Inn last Wednesday afternoon in >

the sidewalk for the purpose of same cottage for the coming season 'I the presence of numerous admiring I cription of your house and the amount :>

better drainage. As soon as the S. F. Johnson and Roy Reagan ; mends and relatives. Seven or $.......+..............4.NNNI.................. :
? work is completed on Ocean boulevard and families who have been occupy :I eight little comrades made merry of rent you want.CONRAD '

Valley street will undergo Alike ing the Comanche the past season, with him. It was one of the swell- HEATING'S CASINOS.

overhauling. As soon as the leave within a few days for theif I est functions in baby circles for L REAL ESTATE

work on these two main through- home in Bruoksville.J. some time, and no doubt the little E. MORRIS, Proprietor.In .O.

fares is completed the street gang, P. Mendel and family of Porto I china cows that gave real milk for connection with our Thursday and Saturday night dances and 1 ,N. i.N. 1 S S 44... :

under T. A. Sims will be Rico who have been the -- -- _
to -- --
occupying --- n
put hoot and will be told of in -=-r-
guests :
I privilege\ of BOWLING, FISHING and SWIMMING we are prepared to
work clearing up the weeds, and I Hiawatha cottage for some time fond retrospective on other birthday I
Mr. Sims word for it the job will i leave the beach this week. Mr. and Serve Lunches and Fish Dinners to Order. .
1000'3Sions.
OUR FOUR CARDINAL
PRINCIPLES-
be done "so veil as it ne'er"as" Mrs. Mendel have an interestingpair I Cheep cool at the Fountain-"Nan Special attention given to Dutch Lunches and special rates to parties. :
'
before. It is worth while to do of girl babies, Josephine Helen Valzah Building."Mrs. .
Barber and Manicuring Parlors under personal supervision of theproprietor.
some extra primps for the Home- and Florence Mary about a year Maretta Brooks i is busy ABSOLUTE SAFER 1
Insured i,
seekers excursion party from Washington old, one of whom was quite sick ,I forming her classes for voice and d

i : D. C., Oct. 2", which we when they came to the beach, but is I! piano. Those desiring instructions *.+.....+NNNI.+.....+...IINI..+....+....+..+NI.. -

hope- to capture for a day.- now entirely restored to health. I are invited to call at her studio on Capital $100,000 1
Work on the W. L. Sonntag There is no greater health report: Seabreeze I
avenue.
building is progressing rapidly. north or south, than our famous II I Arthur Parsons, Harold Smith r.'J. Surplus $250,000 A;

The building has been raised and beach. Mr. Mendel at one time hada and Miss Lee Bowers left yesterday Stockholders Liability $1X( >,fxx)

set back from the street on a line cigar factory on South Beach I for DeLand to enter Stetson Univer: I

.with adjoining houses. A sitting street Paytona. 1 sity. Miss Bowers completed the CHINES'UToL UN DRY i Actual security to depositors $450,000 ;.

room, dining room and several up- Mrs. II. K. WakefielJ U enjoying ; !io
high school course at Seabreeze last
214 North; Beach Street, DAYTONA. FLORIDA. NOTE:-This Bank is Number of .;
stair bed rooms, in conjunction with !a brief visit from her mother and and Stetson continueher One on the "Honor Roll"

the well equipped office fitted sister, Mrs. and Miss Mimms whohave I term, enters to Stiff bosom shirt, open front..l: Night ,Shirts..... ............................\Q < National Banks in Florida, and in the wbok
up II I studies. The young men are i White shirts........... ........................10 : Woolen} Shirts............ ....................10\ No. 187 :
last winter combines the comfortsof been spending some time in senior and junior students. Check shirts..... ....................... Undershirts* .................. ........... ..... g J [ United States, among over sixty.eight hundred Nation!
home as well as office purposes. Georgia, and stopped here enrouteto : Mr. Frarey and family, who havespent : New shirts......................................13 Drawers..3 hanks

Next year Mr. Sonntag proposes their Cocoa home I the summer on the beach I : Shirts rollaratt.uhrd...... ..... ........131 Socks, pr pair.................. ............. 30
to build a handsome home near the R. F. Swift has returned from a T Collar. each..... ....... .....................2j} I Handkerchiefs........... .... ...... ..... ..3 5 CONSERVATISMProven
leave today for their home in Eustis. ....... ...... ...... .... i '
Country clubhouse. business trip to New York. Cuffs per pair 51 Silk Handkerchiefs....................... 4 *
I Mrs. I. A. Bouchton leaves today'!' T Z
Last week Mrs E. F. Brittan re- Young Max Wetherby leaves for i for I'alatka. She has spent the sum- : Also Ladies Clothes at corresponding prices by our succesa'atul' our rei-utatien. .

.turned from several weeks spent in St Augustine Wednesday, where he I mer in the Marietta cotta.-; ...................................................J SQUARE DEALING

the mountains of North Carolina will again take up his education in 1 The Surf:; Crest has been leased __ j
and Georgia. She had I the iVaf ami! Dumb
the misfortune Institute !

for the Mrs. E. : Ask
season by Rogers. 1 LAWZCALM.06UE ilJ 1Si1RdI1ED our patrons. j
to get a sprained whitest : L. Z. Ilurdick has the coutrat for
I I Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Stickler are 3 MAILED FREEJACKSONVTUZ. COURTEOUS
Atlanta and was confined to her the erection: of a -r.tt.ige for I InrtS'lanfcs ; IJ Ot hfEllw TREATMENT ;
I comfortably located in one of E. E.1 -
room for some time after her return cm property west of the I
f
Johnson's cottages on Seabreeeavenue. Open an account with us ami will demonstrate it.
home. railroad.I Mr. Burdick has built .,,fry q we
r.W ar r f.
R F. Swift, who with his wife 'some eight or ten cottages in this 4
I I Miss Fannie Sherman, who] usually'
has spent the summer in one of theBreaketscottages addition.
I
has I I spends her winters at Daytona FIRST NATIONAL BANK, 'q
leased
the Mr. and Mrs n. F.. Wells! l leave;
Stone cottage on Atlantic avenue for]I(I Thursday this week, for home. They Beach, arrived" recently i from Chau- I IFIDRIDA
the winter and are now in pnssesa'on. have been spending the tauqua N. Y., and is spending sometime a run ro a
I f {
summer at
The lease made WD. croIlf bw--.__ ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
J.
was by C.1 Scranton I and ther'"pointa in Penn in Daytona.J. j te. rfa.r 9t
--- : : ,
t B atkr.t: Co. a)lrania. ". FLA. : sT'rHri;:;:?
f M. who contracted
Fuquay, .--rrfraa 1'
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bargain.ale at Clark's Borne 'Sewing stationery machine store-for a zette-News E. L. Howard with basket presented;of delicious the Ga I CITY COUNCIL GETS"' -' ( LET TOE BURDEN- BE E EQUAL )) w F


guavas Thursday. The peninsula

Mrs. M.. E Brower has returned guavas are exceptionally fine and NICE BROWN ROAST.I I The meeting held at the Armory Kitchen Troubles and the Remedy e

from a pleasant visit with friends Mr. Howard's are as fine as the lit lit lit : Wednesday evening called the attention + N z't

ia Ohio. finest. of the public to the .t.bb of = 1 ,
Enthusiastic Protest Meeting at the funds of the City Treasury An error commonly made by home owners is In undemriWing ,

L. L. Vinzant returned Wednesday Miss Rose Dittman, who has finished the Armory Condemned the Mayor Seaman stated that if the the necessity of proper sanitary equipment for the kitchen.

from New York, where he the business course of bookkeeping
has ordinance be the
repealed
the most 'complete job revenue Only a few it considered
was
( been Revenue Ordinance.A yean ago good form :o encase
.' Coast. Let us be spending the summer. at Massey's Business College city would be still more sorely] in the sink in wood the '. '
I thereby concealing trap, making It huecessible .
Mayor Seaman has Jacksonville, has accepted a meeting called at the Annory need of funds. But why place all 1
work added and '
: All fully guar- a sun offering a place for the collection of filth and vermin. ;
position as bookkeeper for It. II. Wednesday evening for the purpose f
parlor on the south side of his resi- the burden of the city govermentupon If this condition crisis in your household examine Into It and 1. M "

: ; A Co., The Jewelers. dence on South Ridgewood. McDonald i of discussing the occupation the business man? The G:- learn the true state of affairs. I

The familiar fare of Geo. II. Ludwig -: license tax ordinance recently zette-News believes that it is correctin
was in the city Tues Attorneys S. B. Wright, J. Lee enacted by the City Council,"
is seen on our streets again. Mr. saying that Mr. Business Man Do not lose sight
day.k McCrory and U. M Bennett, of De- was one of the most largely attended
Land Ludwig has spent a pleasant {.ays vastly more than his proportionin of the fact that your

Ration. of the Daily News were in the city Wednesday. summer at Cleveland, Ohio, his old I public meetings held in Daytona in all matters of taxation. "" Besides food is prepared in -

__r 'Ution of QUALITT. Its Mrs. F. J. Niver and son, Donald, home, but seems to be happy to gt'tl recent years; it is estimated that that he is called upon for a 8ubsc p- x. the kitchen and the i iI

I:the buying class. arrived home Tuesday evening from back to Daytona. \ fully 3.30 people were in attendance, tion for every public enterprise fromstreet \ [Tutensils i! in which his I ;1It
I
a pleasant sojourn at I including the business and professional j) 1 p-
buildings
>'a Candies-nice and I Georgia. LithiaSpringa.I II I Cornelius Christiancy has re ] men almost to a unit. sprinkling to public i I prepared depend \i
; then he is: called upon for a I Ion the sanitary arrangements -
Kiss, The Druggist.is signed his position
as traveling Dr. O. A. Klock was elected chair I
Mr. revenue license. The Gazette-News for
and
Mrs. J. C. Howard I
are salesman for the C. W. Bartleson
and Dr. J. E.
again to man Rawlinga. secre
open cleanliness therefore
home from does not contend but what the
"taxing been closed for a several weeks visit Co., effective Wednesday, and will tary. Then the fun began. Resolutions -
r council has license safeguardagainstcontamination
with to enact a
power
in Vermont .
friends and Massachusetts. hereafter devote
his time to looking the medical fraternity
i* for resurfacing.Jf adopted by of
ordinance but it does not believe \;
" :'D. C. Morris arrived after his orange grove interests. the night previous were that the one recently( enacted is I -t either food or

Jtorday from a hurriedto tAsk to see the new nosa guardfor Call at "OUR STORE" fur the read and Wm. Jackson opened the worth the paper upou which it is -. -Utensil! I,,

to Memphis, Tenn. eye glues that wont come off. 1908( pack of Georgia peaches. meeting by bringing up the objectionable written because of discriminations, .

NEVILLE II. CURE, Optometrist. What features of the revenue unreasonableness and irregularitiesof The most certain I
was advertised as the last
News this season will 0. A. Hitch has been confined to ball game of the season was playedat licensee. Mayor Seaman was then passage.On way to do this is to employ us to install a snowy white spotlesslyclean

A-t reportorial the writers field. his home for a few day, but it is Daytona Thursday afternoon, Daytona called upon and after defending the the other hand there are *Sta iar' Porcelain Enameled Kitchen Sink. You will I

.r oghly. cover hoped he will be able to be out and Titusville being the oppos- ordinance paid his respects to the people iu this city who live on the find it a remedy fur kitchen troubles.

ttitj of hard wood ashes again soon. ing teams. The score was U to 1 in MDs.l His talk was not iu accord income of their wealth who its SOT I II

fCtj( Bakery. 19.2 Father O'Boyle arrived home the favor of Daytona, with Foltz and however.with the sentiments and he finally of the Bat meeting down., PO ONE CENT OF r-FRSONAL TAX in the JOE OSBORNE, The Plumber.

.I1. A. Andreu;of St. latter part of last week from his vacation Barnes in the points for the home Many other talksl're made condemning city. One man who took such an .
active in the recent bond elec-
this week been thetter's team part
bave spent at New York and other the license ordinance
as ticll is of this class. lust what
mother, Mrs. northern points. The branch road of the East Coast enacted, and several pot-shots were
taxes' he should pay is not known
Earl Williamson and railroad connecting Orange City taken at different acts of the council .OU.I..t.t..........................................i a
Raymond but that he owns a large share of
I received from William Ohl left Tuesday for DeLand where with New Smyrna was out of commission F. W. Pope discussed the legal
cash stock iu the Equitable Building
> that he will leavektober they will enter Stetson Universityfor for several days last weekon phases of the matter. Before the & Loan Association said to be YOU MUST EAT TO LIVE i

5th and reach the school year. account of the heavy rains. close of the meeting a motion was $7,000.00( is certain and this, no ,

7th. Transportation was resumed Sundayand adopted calling the council to
upon doubt is but small of the
tBowden Lithia Water. a part

;H., Purdy and daughter HAXKINS, The Druggist.: the regular schedule is now repeal the ordinance before noon personal property upon which he AND LIVE TO EAT. i

i Monday evening from being run. Thursday, and a subscription of should be taxed. There are many I
Fred A. Stillman and his .
mother Hon. J. M. and Hon. W. over 250 was raised to carry the .
"where They have been Cheney others who come within this same
arnved yesterday from Westerly, R. O'Neal both of Orlando republican matter to the courts in case the .
'atagory and if the City of Daytonais
fine lammer. (t. I. They stopped several days council refused. While tloin it you ,lnmM IWVH the best and :
candidates for governor and HO sorely in need of revenue let the .

' work-Daytona enroute at St. Augustine. congressman respectively, were ad- The failure of the council to take man who owns property in such nnd lii\c.; itlt living l pitt'a'* :. :

M ujdrv, phone 8. tf Bert Thompson left Wednesday vertised to speak' Friday evening of some action on the petition signedby quantities as to obviate the necessity 4 .. .

M. Rogers and little evening on his return trip to Havana l last week. The weather was so in- about seventy business and professional of his earning his living by work The Choicest l Family Groceries.That's :

revived home, last week after a visit with his parent clement, however, that no one appeared men asking the repeal of pay his proportionate share. .
.
Jed visit with friends Mr. and Mrs. L. Thompson.Dr. at the appointed time. ordinance, which petition was re- i
cently presented to the council, and : what jou get here.'a'
Plainfield N. J. .
Y., and Council Proceedings.At << .
Jacob Schnieder, of Philadelphia The Daytona Gazette-Xcwj is to '
the ridiculous notice of a still more \\uff said.L. 4
Ira II. Miller and arrived the fore part of the again appear as a daily paper beginning ridiculous proposed ordinance heaping the meeting of the City Council : ",'

Park Wednesday, week and will enjoy the balmy air December 1 and continuing who Monday evening bills. to the

f will remain until about of Daytona again this season. '' }rough the season. Editor Fitz- dared penalties to criticise upon the ordinance anyone or amount of $5i2.O8 were ordered 0. LYMAN. I I I1il.rtrohll1's

ij The Hon. T. Ew- tThe Bowling Alley open every gerald promises several impro'e-I the council, no doubt had much to uid. .
will follow in a few days. ments and Daytona people should l>equick I R. DeVaughn was rebated 1025.
the of
night at 6:30 o'clock. A good, clean I do with bringing on storm
incation-ofiGce closed. game for ladies and gentlemen. to respond with their t'lll'Our1ment protest. This man is the manager of colored )) :; old sTand. I

21st next Dr. F. H. Room next to Roiby's gallery Get and patronage.-St. Augustine. ORDINANCE TO BE) REPEALED 'xeursion.reeently in the city from a.a.aea.a.aa.a.as.ewes..............aea.a.e.aeraee.i !
lecord.[ whom the amount was collected as a !
'(Mptiet. the habit. The City Council met at 10 .. --- i
.:irense. ii
f-fi',. Michael O'Neill of Havana. clock hursday I and unanimously i
Mrs. ,
morning
real estate for sale Rev. D. H. Rutter preached at St. A asking
petition was! presented
who is of the voted) to repeal the ordinance. ( t
Cuba, occupying one [ BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL
while Rev i
last
to reach a prospective Augustine Sunday, L Thompson cottages at Silver that the street running between t

1 be through the Daily H. G. Porter, the presiding elder, Midway and Waycross, past the .
-- --- '
I.:the hotel guests will filled his pulpit at the First M. E. Beach, received a marconigram I colored school building, be placed I
from her husband Tuesday as he Board of Public Works... Organize
C C. BOIIANN'ONPhysician : (ritzgerald &: Oates
us about the rates. Church of this city. in order. An ordinace was ordered j
v' was at sea opposite Da)"toua on his afternoon the members
r Graham Thompson's building agarage from Havana to Sew York. Thursday Irawn to cover the matter. and Surgeon : Attorneys at Law ,
way of the Board'of Public Works met .
Alderman Clark notice that I
.
bs of the 'Gator in the rear of his dwellingon marconigram gave .. Attention to Examining andPerfecting
.L1 This makes .This was perhaps the first at the City Hall and organized by at the next meeting an ordinance Office over the Atwood Pharmacy j I Land Titles.
i Show, has some ex Palmetto avenue. received Daytona. teach street, Daytona Ha. I !
; ver electing E. W. Greene, chairman, would be presented to extend the I .i
Jgood films for this even- sixty garages in Daytona at the Telephone No. 71. : Conrad Iflotk. DAYTONA, FLA.
.. and F. N Conrad, serrftary.: At franchise of the East Florida Telephone i, '
Dent. Last SaturdayWidow" writing. -- --- ---- 1
present ---- -
Campaign Contributions. the next meeTing of th City Councilthe .
Company.The Parr U.
Ijintllf Bert Fi.bPhysician
was one of the starts II. II. SL.1.L\'l.. A.\. :
The Daytona Kindergarten following have contributedto Board of Public V'orks will instructed i
The ordinance committee -
was .
uy i LAND1S: [ ) & PISHAttorneys 1 I j
out this year with an enrollment of the Bryan and Kern campaign', notify that hotly that they are readyto to prepare and present an and Surgeon. !: I

SALE-Several nice show twenty-nine. This numler will be 'fund: have the bonds engraved. ordinance prohibiting the plattingof at Law I

I Macon largely increased when the winter Chittenden :; 1.00 Special attention given to T.Icctrical rritrtlrln In all Kiate and Federal
M new. Apply W. B. subdivisions without first sub- treatment and MC'Chaluf'allllt'thocls. ('../yltrtrtminalbu.inrs.att. j
'Ormond. tf residents come in. J. L. Wright U>0 Port nitting the proposed plat to the 127 So. Kldgewood/ Ave. Hours dirarrrulatlfntlon. *p.cUI faclllllc
. Orange.Port 8-10.30 and 1-3:30. Phone s.,. for lutfutltTBiIng and pvrfoctlDK tltlet.l .
J I 00 >f l..iiU. Florid*.
JZcigler,and Stickler, of Mr. and Mrs David Martling F. D. Spring council. I IDI

Ind. arrived in Dayto have returned. They are occupyingMrs. E. F. Gates IJM< ) Orange Oct. 1- Miss Merry- Alderman Osborne gave notice a Inane A. Hte 'art t.rIJfC1BII: I
;, {. d.1. I .. 1 RAWLINGS'
1 00) is her ;
day, of Titiihville, visiting he would
look after their Guest's house on Myrtle avenue, T. E. Fitzgerald that at the next meeting STEWART & BLY :
.... Crouch 1.00< > sister Mrs. Alfred Tedvler.Some : the
into their t wn Geo. F. an ordinance regulating
here. They will but will soon move present 1
UM I of the men gave a Physician & Sur!icon.
\ F. N. Conrad young I business of plumbing.A Layers
Ridgewood.
home
seer 3| acres of celery] on I
the last week that delightful darning party Tuesdayevening Baker I
Next week is ordinance accepting : i
lettuce and 1 J acres of F. N. Conrad and Office on Volusia avenue f first door Office next door to Bank Building, .
.i Mr. and Mrs. contributions can he received and the! !'nd, in honor of the street was passed on third reading; IVI.aiid Florida I
little daughter, Eugene Frances, arrived west or IlanVins Fharmacy. 1 !
,;..<" froman Forwarded. Send in your names visiting young ladies.S. au ordinance providing for grading --- ----_---

n. tires and inner tubes home Tuesday evening mountains and your dollars. I1. Hicks, who spent last winter West Volusia avenue was also passed! E. STEWART"TITLIS: INSURED: i iPhysician

i:at Oliver's garage extended.visit to the Falls aud : in \1'ort Orange arrived last week on final reading. \"olusllC unty Abstract.IDveltmfDt
Carolina, Seneca 1 1 and Surgeon
'rk A. McF. Porter is of North State. Ormond.Ormond from Worcester, Mass. Au ordinance regulating the construction and Title Insurance Company. It
other points in the Empire Special attention to diM>a.scs (.f the ..
ami Mrs. Frank Spark man of sewers was passed on "h..lr.11 furnUIwl anti till. J>" wEye
icll of the fire Mr.
0: souvenirs and .Nose. Office ri. .
.
J. E. Ear, Throat .Map- n"n and mu hrium tup-
>(Ux is now due and by eFor Rent for Season-2 hand Sept. :"Al-Mrs. went to Deland Wednesday of last first and second readings. So was and residence Magnolia avinne :3rd K'r'ptlrd.sod'heel r.b.::: t'rr.;Care)Voliuto n. LaodU Co', '
brooms Miss Ethel, of P. O N>. I. ? ? ttppu.lte
the somely furnished cottages-one Francis and daughter; week. an ordinance providing for a bond door west telephone. ..,. .... I:gut. I".alld. 'Ia.
required amount for Office hour.'a u. p. (
from New ___ ___ __ _
'" 11 bath, electric Tuesday night school house. ,
the other arrived ler issue of 3.MN3: ,( for a --
-
---- --- ---
[ canine visiting
keeping a you Miss Mrlntjns was I
"ift' tag the shape of the lights and all con'enienceHidg& York, where they have been spending and-; aunt Mrs. Fayette McDonald. Other minor business was also G. A. KLOCK D. I 1). & C. ROGERS'
Address in that state
< wood avenue; price $500. the summer tr.," ('h'll. Civil lntjinecrs: '
tf I Patillo & Co. are having an iron Physician and Sur.qeon ;
Lou Pellecier, box 17. parts of New England.
'Longe & Co., have rented Mrs. is moving the roof put on their store. Hill. special attention given to l>/...-...<-4 of f DAYTON and f
": L. Smith was in G. A. Carleton Holly .. : Offrea
(
E. antes
Sheriff tb R; and Kitting ur (llB c4 1 MIAMI. H.A.
old
in his
McDonald's meat Deputy Mrs. I OilS Martin ,is lifting I
.mar- owned by .
summoning amen house, now over(Hut.eClot Sing *tor>> onit-o hours i
i run a retail fish and Daytona Wednesday which John Nichols, to the center of the home. (Holly Hill Sept. .TO-The pastorof to ii a. in. 1 to atNt p. m.. 11.. K:'.> p. m.DAYTONA. I lUjtona Office l&tal.JitbPd: ) 1875 !

ket and will be open for jurors for the Criminal Court those lot facing on New Britian avenue I Iit'>,flay Millmrn went to St' the Kingston: M. E. church will ___ __ .: KI.\.:-: .__ I

5th of October. convenes the 15th. Among Geo. A. .?\>:?.!., will..... leave more room for a Augustine Saturday to take charge I huM services in the whool house M. JOSIE ROOERS, M. I U. I II.I ;'\. HI :J?7\\IlD i

Bennett is walkingof summoned from here were poston W til*residence* on Granada avenue I of her room in the High Sihool in here every second Sunday iu the I 't.JiI.it f\ulr. a R Curtis K. R. fine lomcopathic 1 Physician
climatefor Foye.E. installed a new I thatVity.'Mrs nit/ tim. 1 for the Tim..l-UnioD. 16 16o I
..', the beneficial and A. K. Brokaw. J. D. Price has Mrs. Richards returned on Saturday 453: North Beach :':trH t. ; I
The launch the "Merry I John TedJer. who has In-en TIMCS-UX10.V BUREAU
rheumatism. in his Office Hours, 12:30 to 2:30: arid j'IIO
II C motor Mr. and Mrs.Uuige. ,
and Mrs. from a visit to Smith A: Hitch Heal Estate Office
rfved from Asheville, N. Commodore Wednesday Widow" We expect| to see our I ill for some time, passed l away Sunday to 7:30.Telephone i
New York arrived at Seabreeze.M. Xo. 122.I heath.SW'tt.
crutches. Roome, of friend out on the river morning. She leaves her husband I
tf evening on be at Schmidt'sVilla smiling l. F. Witch and George Somersare
and will brothers
I mother
ilud the crutches aside two little boys 4"
oon. .
on again the Toinoka.
a few weeks, before going and sisters to mourn her de- at work up ( Private Hospital (1)1,11. O'NEILL
Hoin soh! hw speedy 1 Daytona ,
M well as any one. they have a winter Lars Ifcwtroin has Miss Eva !Mann is visiting Mr-( ,
where
Miami, The interment was made in Sanitarium
to Mr. mine. and
until next Unullt'Y'1We
in Daytona is interested in boat. "The Murta, to Peterson. : OSlo I .'()P \I'll .
home. Mr. Roome mutller I the family l lt in the cemetery at 6.errfsctllttfortb.proprrrratmwlt_ .(j, 4 Itleclrl..a'
k railway and will wish! he would put a on Mrs. Beulah I Session went to Port : aDd care ur n".lh'al and. Ir.Cnf"d ur.Io',1 our-m-. '
Miami street Creek. The afflicted family pplUncrn.quiet
the It sounds like a galling Spruce' lurroundlnit. tuerlal attmllon 2.T{j VulusM AvenveNear
r gasoline stove don't work make many improvements there his motor. have the sincere sympathy of the Orange on Monday returning; Wednesday. : (|I."n loll. No ptl'iilt 4 S M. Kb Term Mt.. twrtota.otftlluu. .1.,11.I' H. 1 I'. :St &ti..n. J j

ptckrdtoW.( G. Hobbs gun. : I'r.ti. A. Kl.iN'KPbjralclan .
this winter. I community.Our I
fix it. have been a numlMT ofI Mr. Rush left for Dunellon Friday : Inriinrge. I
. will: send a man to itself the : There I 1
muchm'shit
Quincy, Florida, calls I social gatherings the jxisteekinhonorof village was very fora viMt. : I 1)1 H. liOHANNON'S I !
frill be a Rally Day Ser- richest town of Assize in the United pleasant Mrs. II. I-e Lour-I 4icke l to hear of the fettle of U friends will : (1)i It W. .\. GOYEDentist( : I i
Mrs.I Lindsay's
Sabbath nineteen automobiles. : Mr. and Mrs. \ee Congregational bas
Needliam
beeai i ij her daughter.Miss I : I
States of Eden and be glad to hear that she M! recovering ( .
Oc- over one neare hther Mr.I For the treatment of all '
ut Sunday morning, halt and the Liter's ,
V' >ni at bam '
been
Heba. who have guests from a severe attack of sciatic I i !m
....
u.; It hoped that all the hundred machines' that are ownedby the home of Pr. F.vermlen.Mrs I 1 Cochrane, Live Ilt't'n l coming to PortOrange I rheumatism.One Office: t'orll&'r Ita.lll..Oo1'U a L!Medical J South Peach aid Surgical Strevl. I'h"bt.c. i! i i I

inlolani will be present to who live here the year | for many year and were I
people Watson and Miss Mil- :. of our most prominet citizens C. C. BOHAN.NON. M. l>.
ihlo study. Come. If it during the winter h. Anna highly esteemed. Mr.I Xeedham P1IONK iso : __ J
around and d4l returnexl last week from Tal- lately denuded himself of his facial 'I.
three
MU If it shines, come. If is increased to over I will be very much missed in our

*Stranger and without a number hundred, and yet we don't feel so I liila Falls, where they have spent social circle and in the church. hirsute adornment. UOl' MOW! :. .'\. I D. S. II. GOYt ;j

-aine, come Service begins rich here. I the summer. his brother. Milliard Pattillo who has lvn -Must received) fall and winter Physician and Sur l'on.rchitcct Guilder and
and
' 9:45. of II. Ralph Evernden!: vacation in Atlantarrtunifl If have not made youa KidgeContractor
,tt : the interest spending his samples. "e Office and residence: l-M: S> '

m-Season 190809two Having bought in the bicycle businesS Hans who have been spending part, : Friday. suit give us a trial-and you will wCKOd"pnut'. IIpp Hid,,,"i....l Ho- 1f''I.t-nrp|: | and ..ffice, northeast cortel. I

7 Eugene Johnson and Ocean of their vacation with their parents 1I.1fFair and Ruth not only be satisfied but will be pat- Phone I,). Office hours J to ,,er Iidgrwo..l and Volu--i ave.
fy furnished cottages: Beach morning for The Misses Itaytoaa Fla
Daytona Wednesdry : ti.30 to k in. 1.1.f'I.!
at 4 and
home industry. 11 a. m :2 to p.
left on I lon.1.t-v rouiziug
DeLand a
continue for to
furnace heat, electric Spray bicycle livery, Will Washington, D. C. from whence i Itrohm left Bll\t.TI: The Tailor. .................. ,t ..

Ridge wood avenue, price business at the same Btand. to Chicago to visit relatives. attend Stetson: University.

ddreas any agent or W. B. Geo I'. JohnsOn they go

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.......IIIIIlII..SISUI.ISS Notice of Intention to Apply for Let Mctke to Noa. nWnt.. *

i..J.\ Heavy Rainfall. I. ters Patent. Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida to LOW TIDES on

The extremely heavy rainfall of : Legal Notices : The undersigned subscribers and In- and for Voliwia County.

: Lumber Company I impeded busi- corporators hereby dye notice that on IN CHANCERY Day ..I AlG.: I SET.
last week seriously ............ISI.I.I'iIIISUS the thirtieth day of September, A. D I Cornelius ChristlancyV _
Friday night there was a fall 190$. the undersigned and their associates :
i MANUFACTURERS OP : ness. I (nut Pub.Sept. 1t; last pub. ()(of. 1?.) vs J 1- 34:5.j.. t: -
of eight inches and the low ground Notice For Bids. will B. reward apply to the Honorable Governor of Napoleon the- Mary D. Fleming S. 2._ 4:23.._ '

: 0NDcvDPRREESsr LUMBER ..." .. : in Daytona was completely under tV-alrd WO for the eon tpucllon ..? Ce- State of Florida,,for as Letter Patent incorporating S. Fleming R. H./ 3_ 5:09. 0:40.: I'w..
PINE : nicnt .ld *alk.. arrnrdluc to ordinance, them under Collins and Josephine 4..6.110.l,7:
: 1 been rrcelTKl at the oltlce of the ('it! and by the ,. .
water. Such rains have not I will be F. Collins. / 5 701..f.! 8
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of 'The Port
l'Ia. and nnrn* name Orange Develop
Clerk, on or before()ct.s
Lime i iI Ko will be publicly opened at :!W p. ro. Bids ment Company in accordance with To Mary D Fleming 3. S. Fleming R. .. 6.. 8:00..10:00: ;
Brick in
here
i Lath, Shingles, :Flooring, Ceiling, experienced years. par- tobeprrwiunn-feet for cement ehiewikand I the following Articles of Incorporationwhich H. Collins and Josephine F. Collins. 7.. ._ 9:15.. ...11110
Office! and "erd : Est TostRailway << ticular damage was done in Day- I per cublle yard for filling all and. they have adopted as their You are hereby required to appear to 8_ _1020.111:1; 11 -
and Cement in Stock. and Orange AvenueMILLSBond i but the Tomoka bridge west The aerved.right to reject any A.or}It"!>'. KrftdlnJr'1 posed Charter. pro. the Bill of Complaint filed herein againstyou 9_ ..11:20'112:10 I2 T
tona, city M'ERCORXELlIS in the above entitled cause on or _10_ -hI'37..I._ 1
Mill.Atlantic Cot Une By-1W wile south of Jaekoon.me. : of the city is reported unsafe. and I I F.J CHRISTIANCY before the 5th day of October, A. D., I _11_ ...l2:13..I_ i.ss_
I gt&niszooonSntord Branch ot tbe F E.G. Ry. 1908. I _.12... 1:0.>...1..
I 2:4.1.,, ,
road is practicallyunder I 19 last pub. Oct. 10) E. F. OATEST.
i First
DeLand
the ( pub. Sept. ;
R. J. MALBY Manager. E. FITZGERALD "The Daytona G. xettt-Xews is ... ... 1,5.: .. ... 33Q.
Phone 83 i water for miles. Some of the Notice to Non-Resident. hereby designated as the newspaper in I \ _U.I'M 2:43..I:_ 4:2L: ..

..*.**..... .. .........+.............44e........+!:+ truck farmers on low lands have i In Circuit Court, venth Judicial Proposed Charter of"The Port Orange which this order shall be published' _. 3:30... ." 5:13, 4-,.:
Circuit of Florida, in and for Volusia once a week for four consecutive weeks. I I _16... ... 4:13..i,., 6:05I ,_

******************** *************************** been damaged considerably, but i County. Development Company. Witness my hand and seal of office I _17_. ._ ....... 7:07t"18 .. se
****** used IX ChANCERY The undersigned Incorporates hereby this 29th day of A'igust. A. D. 1908. ... .'):.'))9..1 8:09_ ..
and shop i where tiling was no damage I I Abbie L Bartlett1) associate themselves together for the (Seal) SAM'L. D. JORDAN, Clerk. I I _19... ... 60..1.::I: 9:10: .. $:4L

, i Cabinet Repair was! done. nI purpose of forming a corporation under By R. P. HAMLIN, Deputy Clerk. I ...:nJ... .- 1.70j-I0:01: 121.lQ:3lL.,,. -
: Smith W. Bartlett) the laws of the State of Florida, as prescribed FITZGERALD 4; OATES, i ...21,.. .. ._ : .:
: Furniture Repairing, Mattresses Repaired and made to order. We With Forgery. I I To Smith W. Bartlett by the general Statutes of said Solicitor for ComplainantFirst I II _2"2... 9lo.: ..[...ll.7: 11:11..::
Charged
: handle the celebrated Ostermoor Mattress and solicit your : ,i You are hereby required to appear to State, and by the Acts of the Legislate I ,..23... ...10.40..1I.49! : .1l.5S: ,,:
i
Peck }Lik l I the Bill of Complaint filed herein againstI thereof and adopt the following ..,2L.. ....ll:30.: ,1 !
: order for first-class work. OranRe-ave cnt. : William Peet, colored, was arrested !I I in the above entitled cause on or Proposed Charter: pub. Aug. 22; last pub. Oct 10. I ...23_ _12:1.>.../1.." : : ... J.,

: W. G. HOBBS. : Saturday evening on the I, before the 2nd day of :\o"emberD.., ARTICLE I Notice to Creditors.In I _26M' ...12j.: -j." .., : .

I ....... .......................... charge of uttering a forgery and 'gus.The Court of the County I I _21... ... I :30..".... ,
:......... .... .. I I Daytona Gazette-News' b hereby The name of the Corporation shall be _2(._ 2:05'1._1211:30.: : .

was given a preliminary! hearing designated as the newspaper in 11 huh 'The Port Orange Development Com- Judge State of I ._29... '" '' :
ROLLINS COLLEGEFlorida's Justice Titus this order shall be published once a pany" and its business shall be conducted ida, Volusia Flor.1 _30-.- 3:1a...1'..
before Monday morn- In re Estate of
week for four con t"Cuti"t't'ks.. in the State of Florida, and I _31- 3.j.,, -
,.
ing. It i is alleged that on the 11th Witness my band and seal of office other states of the United States of Henry H. Thorp.To ::
Oldest College J. this 18th day of September, A. D., 1903. America as shall be convenient or nec all Creditors. Legatees, Distribu- Forenoon and afternoon tkfcw ?
*. <-..,l<.nv.nd HchouUof I u-I.- Kiprrwlon: .'Inl'rtll.. lHHii.tfar<< and Indu- of :September Peet presented to (Seal) SAM'L l II. JORDAN, Clerk. essary. The principal office of said teerand all persons having claims or proximately at the same boor. m Aw aw:
trial Arts aDd HUSLUCSLCarnegie I.. Odurn an order for ?2.5O; purported -i I By K. F. 1I.1IL1Deputyeterk.: Corporation bhall be Daytona Volueia demands against said Estate: mobiles can be driven OB the beaet fax
nal1 and third I11l'n'.dormltor, noW g..lng up.: ""' .ris1va; ? You and each of you are hereby notified hours after high tide and
,, \V. M. Shaffner, County, Horida. withfc
I.
t'onl1l1lt.n ; f1to K to have been signed by and required to present claims' "'"
I I any
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hours of tide.MASONIC .
.f Floiidii llob .ar high
I.aPt bhII It anis chaII.I.IoII" Solicitor for Complainant.
SSHHHSavailable. endomeflt: czpns 1ll0001..ratf': IldlUl.nbll' Elumphrire, the street commissioner. ARTICLE II and demands which you or either of I I ---_ j
hut undenominational; "stand for you may have against the estate 011 .
ChrUtlau of last week Mr. Odum The general nature of the business tobe : DIRECTORY.l
I
Vo-
CONDUCT Friday I Sheriffs Sale. Henry H. Thorp, Deceased, late of
CHARACTER CULTURE transacted by said corporation u as lusia County Florida, to the undersigned I H.ALl VA X LOUJK. No. $1. F. ... x.
Next session. begins OctoWr T. For catalogues address the President.WAI. learned that the order was a forgeryand Under and by virtue of an execution follows: To buy, sell, exchange, lease, administratrix of said estate I )1t.eU 1st and 3rU Thursday. "5HALIFAX t
out a war issued out of the Circuit Court of acquire and deal in land and real estateof riIAPTEItNa.LL L..:
PARK. FLA. immediately swore within two from the date hereof i
F. BLACKMAN, Ph. 1)., WINTER 1 Volusia, County Florida in a cause all kinds whatsoever To buy sell, years Slr-tsnd Thur""a .1
be barred.
forever
i rant for the arrest of the offender. therein pending, wherein( M. H. Zuber is exchange. lease, and deal in real estateof or ORIJCNTALl-OMMAXDERY.'S MsetulthTlureday. : ..I.r.-
I Dated this August 22, 1908.KAThRYN ;
mo o .Ga .....! ['eet was: bound over to await the : plaintiff and Charles S. Rieman is de- all Linda whatsoever on commissionas THORP I.I VK OAK rtlAPTKR.. : Kfc I, O.- 1. J
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.. fendent. I hate levied upon and will a real estate agent. To sell mortgage Administratrix I Meets' 'n1l aDd tBTue day..
action of the Criminal Court and in in front of the sub-let pledge Jease "r them All Dtf'\'t In lalOnle HaiL rw.. .... .._. -:1.
A. D. ,8RIDE J. 8. CO\oRAD! F. N.('f\olAD! sell at public outcry : : convey ._ --- - ,
: President. ,..-..... Cashier default I of ?500 hail was sent to jail. Court House door in De l.ntl'olusia >|>erty of said corporation or any part

County Horida, on the 1st Monday in thereof: at will, and to invest the proceeds ************************4. *..****.******............
I October being the 5th day of said of the same at pleasure aa may be I
: MERCHANTS BANK I Truckers Meeting. month. A. D 1WS during the legal determined by the by-laws. conduct .I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES '
hours of sale to the highes-t and any of its business and to have officer

i BRANCH OP VOLVSIA I'orsTT IHSK ((3); The )Daytona Truck and Fruit best bidder, for cash, the following and agencies and to employ officers and .. Dry Plates, Papers, Photo Chemicals and Card Mounts Our Specitltj. :Ij

Capital Stock..... .......................................? TiO.fKOSurplusaml ; I c:!nwt'fS'sso.iation will hold its described personal property ot said defendent agents in such places in this State and
to-wit-I roll top desk, 1 other State as may be requisite and Write for Prices.
: Profits ...................................... 5:;.1r.:. (I; next meeting at Daytona in the Remington typewriter 3 chairs, 2 glass necesar.y to carry on said business and =

i I and Time Certificates (3 lamps. 1 oil heater. further the ends: of said corporation R. H. LESESNE Florida.
accounts Daytona
!! Four per cent interest paid on Savings Armory Saturday evening! Oo- Dated this 3rd day of september A. :such: necessity to be determined under j

(3 of Depot No notice lequired for withdrawals W ) and 8:00 D., 190S. J. R. TURNER, the discretion and judgment of the
tober 3rd, at 8:00:( p. m., : Sheriff Volusia County Florida. board of directors. To borrow money .......................... .. 5.a4e4.444.4.,........

.(3 Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent. p. m. don't mean 8:1.: This will and to secure the same and monies.otherwisc -

(3 !he one of the most iiuporant met (First pub. August 'M) ; owning by deeds, mortgages,

... NOTICE Of SALE. bonds, notes, or other obligations there-
......O m .G ings of the Association for the grower In Couny Judge's Court. (tsr. To make contracts at any time . . 4. -S. . .. '

........ ............ ............................ .... and to the community became Count.f State of lorida.. VoliiMH. and whatsoever business of said for the corporation furtherance both of with the "

: J. n. H.\HllIsOX() : of its work Wing vital for the In the Matter of theEstate individuals and other coiporatious and Daytona Ice Company ;

coming season. Election of officers of W. H. generally to exercise all such powers a* ,
: 1 I L I I I A close examination <>f electric- : Furr, Deceased.By may be nee s ary or convenient to tht'purposrs p
will take iae. Notice will 00 ICE I
I the CountJudge's or businesses of this PURE
al work finished and charged for : virtue of an order from > corporation !
: Florida and to have, exercise and enjoy all
mailed so far as possible. Hut Court VoliiMa County
from this shop shows how equarcly 1 will M-ll at public outcry to the the rights. powers and privileges inci- Made from Distilled Water. I,
: and honorably transact our : listen! Daytona": New Smyrna, Or- higher and bed bidder for ca--h on dint to a corporation for profit, organized Factory corner Railroad and Volusia avenne.

: __ business lllectriral: repairs receive : mond, Port Orange this j is your Monday the fifth day of October, A. and existing by virtue of the laws 0' . .
FI't"! ittl atUntion. Those D. IYO$, between the legal: hours of sale, of the State of lorida.
meeting. You want to profit by
aloutour : at the front door of the Court house a' ARTICLE III
2 who employ us never worry I
the notes, prices and benefits there. IJt-I.aand. Florida the fulloing dt'l'rribtdprolt'rty
: charges and they lin-w before : lying and being in the County The amount of Capital Stock 't =vi'i'' '
engaging us that our wolL- Come and learn "hat the Absoridtioii Volusia.\ and Stair of Florida, to-\\ it: (Corporation shall be Twenty-fit**1lun. I' FLORIDA EAST COAST

_ manship will be the Ixst.j i had:: done) and proposes to do The North one-half tNe.f}) the \Vfbt died dollars (SJ50U: Ot) to be divided RAILWAY
j i one hundred and fifty (\\'I:0)) feet of into one hundred UOU shares of the .
Come and help us to bhout over the lot fi\e (5) bUnk) I 12): ) llo gm n's Daytona I par Value of tweniy-live dollars ($25)1) LOCAL TIME CARD No. 75. IN EFFECT APRIL 14. I II .

: %,c -j Daytona Electric Co. 2 reduction of tt-n per cent on rates in each All or any.J>l&rt of the Capital i> No. 99Dally .
c f lour I Also one box of tools, one l'ed room Stock of this corporation may be payable -1 ] lCo.39 HAIN LINE I No. 7& j N..,.

:?: ? South r.eah Street : State.Daytona. suite and other |pt'r"nal" proptrty. in property, labor or services, at a .___ Dally _ _Daily_ .1 D&dy
: ,1 r T-'" ; I t i t ) Truck and Fruit Grovv- The above described property w ill 11 e just valuation to be fixed by the Incorporators i-id--i5p. -9 i.JO a. 11:. !.1f1e-A1 U6 I'm M. :
.
........e..............*............................. Actuation W. F. lli'LMI: sold as the property of \V. 1 II! Furr. UceaMd or by the directors lat amtetIing : 7Lp. 1143am ISam u.1.L.-.lut.A..ruuae.L.Pa.Ia&t&-L.. .I'm SOSpa ,...ia..
; t.rs $, for the payment of debts agaiu-t l called for the purp.isc. Property ', lilpun lIp.. Lv_ ...... L. 121pmSOT 44tM4HM
Manager. the estate of sid deceard. labor or services, may also t>e purchased 10 Ipi IMpa Li'- ->>ayloD. L. pm
\ 10
"""" I"TTTrTfT" ;"r -' "i",n,, 'fJ'.''VI I ___ Dated this :27th. day of August A. D., abd paid for with the capital stock at a :' 11 19 pmlioont pa J: pa pal Lv Lv-.w8myyn.TttU5iU..Lv Lv 30pm 114 IMMIMta

liXW. F.V.. POPE, just valuation of such property labor ( 412pm W ,. ..._... Lv pallttpa 1U&a
Made a Man of Him.A ('unsiriseionerof'ounty Judge's Court. or eriifs to be fixed by the directors : iIsSais itSSsm 41*pa4Upa t--=-O: :1--t: 12 28 paUM iSSIa
1 ----- of the Corporation at a meeting called 11.' an Irnp l -M a Silas
.
: San Mateo Cigars \ man once prominent in luisi- Notice to 'on-ReslJent. for the (purpose. j jARTICLE SMamtoo am 100 patMpa iJ..j1Ysres.L;_ botnae.L.llua.: Bam liiij INas

Seventh Judit'iall'in.uit of Florida, ill IV I S A-esca..L 7Maa CQis
1It'o.i) : : and) t><*ial t'in!lea had fallen t. was 10 44 pa L.-hLaadUlSale-LY 150 am S ii
and for \tiIui-i" ('oUIII)'. This Cor >oration hall exist: 7amI .II49 pa aT_)( '. .. __Lv 00tra 4ps 55
: the louest of | perpet-I tie W a. ,10 _
degradation
depths IN CHAMERY.: a. LY IUall\J
-.A 'Ii 10 3 OI
law pm PII
ually as provided by fltw. .
1e101O
as I..Uost.ad_...
Have Made when a relative placed in theKeeley Cornelius Christancy J ARTICLE V. I j.pm ,..,. ,,AVs.'thCIZeyDoek.Lv! .Lv _.l 10 pm_ 1OISsst5cadayi :1 81 p. .
)
'I Institute and he i is now back in his vs I The business: of this corporation shall .D.II, ..tepl 8wa4a,. sod nua4a,.only, Tueaiay,sod 5aiwdsy.is5
Is S. S. Fleming. Mary
foraer Lisa, successful and rej 1) Heraing. R. II. be conducted by a President, First Vice- PALATKA BRANCH 1
A
ofTheir President
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Reputation Secind ice-President.Secre-
I Collins and Josephine V I..sv
j si ('(:ted. For detailed! and confidential tary and Treasurer, and a Board of Five L4M EAST PAUiTKA Leave PALATKA TO
: i Collins. I Directors and such other officers and ( tUtkft, TO PALATKA ii1atk& Palatka EAST PALATKA ,

L information address THE To S. S. Fleming, Mary D. Fleming I RH. :. agents as may be from time to time appointed. as) sin 45 Vsily.._,,, liOtia Man No. 47 IttMit

Own.The I KUIKY: : I\T1TL i: Jacksonville. Fla. Collins and Josephine F. Collins I ,sass .___._ 4a Dany___ 546am Inam ......,.No. 49 Isi1y Dally.,....,,.. i
: _= You are hereby required to appear to The Stockholders shall meet on the 1150 a.a XoO Dsity......._.,, s lll mSMpm .........,Nebi MM
to406pm Xo.I2 D.Uy. ... .
21Opc .......... _
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the Bill of Complaint filed herein against twolfth day of October. A. D. 1908 for .___wg Psil __ 4Zpm 430 ...., ....?o.66 .,....... IMpiSAW
pa704pm Dsliy. hips
of the San \Iatl' i is of ate _, .
success () Cigar one I | you in the above entitled cause on <>r1efore the first meeting of raid corporation at !i pm a. as D&liy.... 1 pa 57 DsIly lp*
: I I' the Earth Should Stop. I I' the ath day of October, A. I I1JMIS. H the office of the Corporation in I)sy. i i 2.j : 55 D&iy >00 pm 59

the greatest industrial triumphs of the East: Coastillc The stopping; of a projectile alwav :. I tona, Florida, at t< n o'clock a. m., for MATEO BRANCH

results in the generation of heat The I The Daytona Gazette-News" is here the purpose of adopting by-laws holding -1 iiI EAST PALATKATO Antv*] L av* Arrtf*
the free/e. SAN MATCO TO
I I by designated/: as the nf'wopalJPr in the brat election of officers( and com- j SAN MATED 85.5 Sn I EMI
\eloelty and weight of n projectile I".J which this order shall be published onceH pleting the organization of this; corpo slatk&1 Nst.ojNat.o _EAST_ _PALATKAt IPIJI&I
Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula I j In;; known. the amount of heat developed -I week for four con.M'cutheMcks.: I ration. Tbe Stockholders shall n eet ,. "> mt _., a IiIhi1.1l. e.mj mI40 Duly.No. .
!! l Iy its! stoppage can l>e calculated.In Witness my hand and) seal of office annually on the second Monday in Of: =.Wo M |m M Daily. g&
of Florida and the Inland cf Cuba >tll1c.e. and ,
ran I'rt \ral'-] the case of large bodies moving this "yth day of August .\. I D. MOv! tolier of each year thereafter unless 'l N.aD ( u1 asiri MAYPORT 1 Sb. 1$ I -iT'

: jxd with the rich, silky leaf grown on Must Canst plantations 3 rapidly the result of the calculation Is I ('foI11)) SAW! I). JORDAN. Ork. (otherwise determined by the bylaws.At I lly i Dally Call/ ( BRANCH Daily Dallr I II Mir

the cigar industry of the world has never prodm etl IK tter jjtxxls. j something a.stounding. For By R. I' HAMI.IN, Deputy Cleit.FIT.OERALDA .. this annual stockholders meeting 00 pn JOOpm l mlouam ..... ...&,
OATES.Solicitors I 700
j i the earth weighs, QUI" ).("\. .,) there shall be elected five of the stockholders $*>pm i 40 pa Lf.r ii'ta aa i3,
For sale all the hotels and dill and l the 1'nionXewa I "saWIII"1 for ( av 520 am *10 5
by leading VmplainantPkilllp &
f said corporation as directors, 6pa S46p II 2$sa LrJltUaUcBeccb LT Iiisalnl itsmsisps;
train Florida I and said directors at their meeting .II =.1 T10prn_ _HOP rm IQ49 miAT.. Mtyport.. ..Ly .. !! > i* MNo.
Comjiany
on'ry entering i over eighteen uiilei a ecoud. \
E. Rohlt...".. Architect. to be held on the same day No.1 No.4
Twenty sizes, styles and grades to :select; from.rokSAix ''I j It strike a target strong enough to stop I \\ntli.nal ItM'g shah elect a Pret-ident.' First VicePresident. ': .!blY1 ei.Sua.Dally )rsag.City ni-such1 ball Dallyex. I No.Dallyex. 9 I Sultrt BrwtkLTTUusrUWAr.I 1
Its motion the hunt the x.Bun. .
developed by Ban. Bun.
| alllllah. till.V Second Vice-President, Secretary i, : : 151.5.1
slunk. would l be suttulent \'mtrr lltmir* IK) pm too;;; i---. i-i--;
not merely to ha .
1 and Treasurer and such other pin 00am00am
: BY ALL 1 nr.ALr.ks.Manufacture >l In Morl.UPAIHI j S ii pin 19 M tmIK Lv.Lal* BaiaaLv.
.
ill!
I fuse the earth but also to reduce a j I l1ulllalu..... officers and agents as the corporation' pmlioaoami U.Oraac* aty LT.r. UMpmH15pm pm 411 410pm pm _I At. Sanford Lr.C'
HvS. large portion of It to \.lill.r. It has I I HoUAfftTroptral may authorize. All officers shall hold I Ot.rn'llOO m .Orani Oty it 4OOsm ..-
been tak-ulnted the of l.n'r- thiir' respective: offices until their .ctU ,
that amount aa
: 1I..IIS, successors .1.4.a .5ght, Ky Desk for K W. ROWLEY SAN MATEO i heat generated by a (".lIbl! ,U v> iolos- I I are duly elected and qualified 1 I TIU TALX5
ahowthtlmasawhi
fusion.Hataniiah.. The names of the officers who ,i, 5.4 d Stats. sisyb..ap.ct.4tI"
FLORIDA rr.
p.rt
are to Ca.
sal would obtained" S.vr.i
equal that from : .5.1.4 l statioss; b.$TheIr arrival cv departur.aS tb.0
p conduct the business of said sot g srsolasd
the burning of fourteen globes of coal rami'" corpora- OS5OSIIblb. io feesa. i
1
; \)'",""t4q&f't.U"I'U"J&' duJI t I I;on until those elected at the first ,
} e.uli equal] to the earth In size. And
.
election
shall qualify shall be F. X.I I Loeal Tl ,Card or Other Isfor'nslioa
should' the earth after Its stoppage fall do Conrad. President T. E. 'rilE TICR1P AGP,"
: Nothing can more to ; Fitzgerald, J.D RAIINER
Into the sun. as certainly would do. First Vice-Prcbident; Cornelius Chrtt : Aulatait GeasiM Pa.ss. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORiDA

the amount of heat developed by Its make the honu attractive .nry. Second Vice-President: E F. -- _
'
Impavt on tlie IIIIU would be equal to' Dates, Secretary; F. J. Xiver, Treasurerand KI
t that, generated by the combustion of than F. X. Conrad T E. Fitzgerald not corrl't't Ha.M>iiKrr" iht>ultl H' "rt' scbvtlultrlntcrinatl', II f i- t.f.: ''' UaJa fn 'i
'r. A 5.UM. earths of solid carbon. toBRIGHTEN Cornelius I hristiancy:' F. Pates and Florida' East: Cost Railway .\ f'DL
F. J. Nivtr, Direttors.
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., I z UP The highest ARTICLE amount of indebtedness! ':!

i; : S, ,4 J PAIDH DANGER IN DELAY. or liability to which this corporation ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD

I may at any time subject itself shall I* I ,
t 1 I It Kidney Diseases Are Too Dangerous Twenty-five Hundred Dollars, ($-,;>00) !

. ()llt.idt1111(1 inside with ARTICLE VII. I
(ll1I rOt Ua)tona People to Nerl ct.
_
t The names and residences of the subscribers .

L ;: _ The great danger of kidney troubles Paints and the amount of capital GOES EVERYWHERE.
I I.. that they get a linn hold before the stock subscribed for by each are as fol.lo".s -

i I 11L -utlcrtT retognize them Health i.t :
t i IP .F. X. Conrad Daytona, nIL, Twenty.
; _ _ z, gradually' undt-nniiifl. Backache, I Stains andVarnishes Shares.T. .
! .i rf 'v,115..r1 p DLIVRDtOk1 headache Dtr\ousn, lameness, sore- E. Fitzgerald Daytona. .'Ia., .

I L:- _________ hess, lumtago. urinary troubles, dropsy, Twenty Shares. I North SouthWest
: di l-ttel. and Bright' desease follow in Cornelius Christiancy. Port Orange
I 7 .
I
II I Fla.. Twenty Shares.
I :), _ I'rriltsuccf'tobion.. Don t neglectyour E. F. Oates Daytona Fla., Twenty
!\ l.iJlle"s. Cure the I.idne'sitb a Shareis.F.. .
I Ii : certain and safe remedy, Doan's Kidney I (> et them of J. Shyer Daytona. Fla., Twenty East

i : CHAS. 8LUt'C01'P\ ANY l'ill"Iii: ,h has cured people right! herein :Shan F. J. XIVER,


\ ACK.NTY; PAUST KKKUINO fO.. A.I'.iytona."K. liroVa, }' ini..w avenue, Daytona Bingham CO. CORXELU'S E F. 0.TE$CHRISTIAXCV, I

11\ Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis 66 Whiskey'. Ma I says: "I am glad to say thatIoa's Maley T. FX: FITZGERALD.County Consult the "Purple Folder."

Kidney Pills prated to I* a (If \'olu-i".1
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S-iul for Prkr 1.it. \"snx. \ I I. I I'I!: |..\. < mot exrelU: nt remedy in my ease I Stale of Florida. | M

hs1 i dull l l.a.L.at.to.s and p"illsII the regun > FURNITURE UNDERTAKING hereby cetifyI'lit I
on this 22nd:
day For tlrtailfd and res
I) .if of .\ugut.D.. iiifurmatiun) rates svu''lult! !
11 m> kidneys. I WHS also U.th- 1908! personally appearul ,
.
MORETHANA QUART OrA mNTURY nil l>y I he irregular action, ..f the I.kl. 1* fore m\ n notary public of I
poOR ,titlll. th. State of Floruu. T. F'ittgtjuld: !, frvutious.
iysir and
< from the unnntuialxMaruiice 'k69Best175im your nearest ticket \\iitetoW
MorneliusChii.liani-v.I E IOat,1'1' al1.1| agent,
We ha.vbeen supplying the. of >"in(- L.ni w thai \i.e-re .IJ \iver. to me will liM.un !irt

.1 1 "a" '..II'I"IIt'Ill taut! with my 1.1.1.\, |I known to lice to issI||I.. |..-IM.,,., 51.| '-..ri. 4"tll
/ ,ill needs of MacK'meTj Ll5e.vS.i I had. U*,l one I ox of [)o.cii's; KltliieyTills ; ROSES ii'I! Hi and whuMilocrilied Ihur iiaiue till
i We !.. the, f,."- I.. ..( |
KUieJ fri.iu ... I 'lIlgrtlt i,4t.rM.ni-
_ carry alarge stOf-k' off pr< 1I".l.illIn'2-t. ..,
u. lne, .
i : a -rpi.raU.ri, .f -1 lie porttaij.e
PORTABLE AIDSTATIOMRYEINBOIL. and that ass ..ufkit! lit to rrirsr: me 1am I I > I m .'
< vilnpinei.t (
E.RsSboMII pieced te r. oimit. tot su> I h an ..If.c. I Vt on BCT uson.mkM *, \- aiki.owl, 1..1.1 l Ufi.re'I'IIII''h n,.. that C lid''rslls' Frank C. Boylston Traveling P:1SS.gt..
t \400JW"rkl1l tiJ.. If II
Ot1
f Il1\- M th ,
ti\e v MtUcnlxil t U ir .
prt'J>:Hath'I 3 tat it thereto fur
_________ 11\ ",,\l &h.,, ant k M 4 .
.' _____________ eP3SsLs t4 "IS ftC.; $. I the MX and puri-MiOhMniit-xi.M-vwd.'
r I For sale by all ci!I. alcrI'riee' ,. ; 1 _______________ Qj C!.VAW''TEf. 'i'.I.I.1.'! 't12.I.U :uJI. In tt itii!ss whereof I loss s- hereuntoMt
Tt roe CATAi.Cvt Foj-ter-Milbuni I'o Ititfalo. X. \ M.legeut.i :I I u i. pug hand nod
ri
my alI.t"
!of day! and
'MithBY COMPANY fur II e I'l.itrd .- t..tt1l. :::. ;: d P O.... fir-t .t,..\.. wtitUn. year A. \V. Fritot, Division Pass Agent,

L _- OOI\tWH" 51; ATLANTA G. Kememi the 11.u..1)u.O'r-1 nd I -- I (JFAI.: ) w C HOURS t
A. take DO other. :Notary PulJic State of Florid I

I My (onituujbiou expires May 9. la. Jacksonville, 1 Fla.

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