<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



The Daytona gazette=news
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075895/00303
 Material Information
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 17, 1908
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002059610
oclc - 27730702
notis - AKP7676
lccn - sn 93059208
System ID: UF00075895:00303
 Related Items
Related Items: Daytona daily news
Preceded by: Gazette-news (Daytona, Fla.)

Full Text
-;
.Sit4
}
17 1 F.w
/rC c. >
.




E- THE DAYTONA GAZETTE= N13Ws.s J -i ;j a






--
flea --- --- -- --- -
----------- -- -- --- --------- -- -
6nrvwlen. -- ---
ReKlau All CI..ee.
stNo.21
Daytona, Florida, Saturday, October 17, 1908. serf Adrsrttslax Mtdlna IB Daytona lad Vlciolt) Price 5 Cents

.......... -------- --- --- ----- -
................ I .
{ BUT T PROPOSED[ PLUMBING CITY COUNCil HOLDS WAND DAYTONA AND SANFORD ARE .**>.*.*********'.*******..********* ****** *******. ; i

NEW GOODS ARRIVING. : Fronting on the EJ..cIrltLltlhts sad :

,.";; ORDINANCE PROPOSES. INTERESTING SESSION. TO BE JOINED BY TROLLEY <<<< Halifax River Modern- liuprorri& i ,

<<
_;. Dew Fall and Winter stock of Cretones, Denims, Curtain Scrims and KKK RKK KKK a

:Towels, Dress Goods, Hosiery >Notions and in fact a complete line Do the People Want S SCHMIDT'S HOTEL i
this
Pro- School
',- thing in our store is arriving and being put on display. Owing toe House Bond Ordinance Such is the Announcement Made
"' of wholesale prices we are enabled this posed Ordinance Enacted : Formerly Sclmii.U'n Villa. .
season to offer much bet- Passed and Election Called in a Recent Issue of the
in many lines. Our Wool Dress Goods this year will' be DIRECT I M HLNRY: SCHMIDT & SON Proprietors
manufacturers and in an entirely different line from previous Into a Law? For November Sixteenth. Ocala Banner.

enable us to give the best values ever offered by years. At the meeting of the Coun- I : DAYTONA, FLORIDA.Fine :
saving the Jobbers City From.O: until 11:30 was consumed The Ocala Banner of last week t
01. It will pay to wait and a e them. cil S
"', Monday evening; Alderman Os- I by the City Council Monday states that Daytona is to be joinedto S a ;

:' :the Peck-Hendricks Company. borne introdced an ordinance to evening to consider matters important Sanford by a trolley line which is Home TaMe 11.-1Ijlbtful : 4a

provide for the licensing of persons and matters trivial.A to be built from the latter placein Reasonable. Rate Runny Room
............... !
...........
conducting the business of plumbing budget of bills amounting to the near future. >....*.******.****..****>Ft.rrtucsafsxmura..am.r..rtat..e. .

and house drainage. The ordinance $;I i.17! 1 was allowed and ordered] That such a line would he of inestimable
.................4....................... was passed on first and second r
paid. l benefit to the entire East

readings and will probably tvme up I>. P. and C. M. lingers then pre- Coast section goes without sayin/ City Hotel.

IE MAS L GARDINER cO.-I} for final reading at the nest regular) scnlcd a proportion to supply the The majority of the people living in

meeting of the council. city with four arts of maps covering the limb ricer of I the :-I..te-; are anxious
r I OPEN All 1HE HAR
Some of the, matters and thingsthe all the rent subdivisions as : to get to the coat ecru for a day or

ordinance I'roI'Ot| >t'S are as follows well as the original surveys, for the j I two I but t h'i neon veiiirmv of steam

: Dry Goods. i : sum of $:iOO.OIl. Considerable I ear M h>*diites and the limr Liken t< 4 Kl HTHICUHl'Ti.
,
F.I.I: CTKICBH II.
That 1 all plumbers shall pay a li discussion wan brought out arid it make the trip deters the 104.
Hot and Cold 11..1t.-
k censeof $:)5l) ; that an inspector was generally agreed that the maps' jority from coining. A trolley __ T.Mr .Firt-'....-
i of plumbing and drain laying be were desirable. It was finally votedto line would fill the hill and !
Phone 102, Anthony Block, : a
appointed; that a permit be granted contract for them payment to I.e furnish a cheap and convenient

i before any job of plumbing is un- made after the next collection of method of n-a.hing the beach that GEO. H. MATTHEWS

LYTONA FLORIDA. dertaken; all plans for plumbing Lues. would prove a great boon to all. PROPRIETOR. t

i must be filed with and approved by J. 0. Brown addressed a lengthy Sanford Orlando Kissimmee and
NNN.............4.........6.............. the inspector; that changing any communication to the body protesting many other towns In the lake region :-.-...N-....-.-...--......-..-.-.-....--N--.- ......N--..-..NN--....-..

pipes shall not be considered a.i: repairs against the way the sanitary will, before long, be connected by : The Princess Issena I" the finf'newltonf'andfr.m :
hotel the winter at
S& N.......................................... : ; work must be commenced authorities cleaned one of his lots electric lines, and an outlet to the Seahreere Florida 11 will "nlin,1' "lw'n for the af'C'omodatioD opened past of summer :
within six months of granting of cutting, it was alleged many young coast is needed, hence the proponed : tourists i-tN-no-o ill I: ear arnllu.l i n,inutf" walk from the beach, modem i :

:. teal Groceries i permit; that no change whatever be trees. A committee of the councilas line to Daytona. Here is what the :. conveniences home ta!>I<>;e\erytliiiiz: r.mrMlarce fir-t sod ttas4!l rirv sunnier. ,'tetriuns 1 rates: and Address breezy verandas. Good 4* _I

made in plans until hole\ to view the lot Tuesday Banner of the
any approvedby a was says project: : ADA W. powm SHABRnOZB. FLORIDA. J

.. the inspector; that all work must morning. "Sanford is to have an electric +...+.+......+*.......................++..+..........

It has been our aim to establish : be inspected when completed; that Twenty-eight persons living in road that will run along the St." i.N..................................................
I all pipes be tested as per regulations the neighborhood asked. that a Johns river for about six miles taking
.
r a grocery here that will meet : ; that the inspector shall receive btorm sewer l be placed between in the celery district. Work Ii I TIlE WHITE HOUSE:: DAYTONA BEACH.( FLA. 2 !

with the popular wants of the :: a fee of $3.00) for inspection blocks :.*' and _!j. The matter was has already begun on the roadbed.It I Capacity 30 room: Itric)>t. airy and rompltel> furnished. Modern :1

people. We study their wants :: of first test, $2.X) for second test, referred to the street committee.A is the intention of the company .. improvement*, clean and up to-dnt I O'slc'cI on Seabreeze Avenue a abort
ili.-tanre from Atlantic Oc.rcn. Summer rates 11 00( per day and up. Special -
r and their needs and buy accor :: $l.O(J) for Inspection> of house drain, rebate of 12110: was allowed in the near future to extend the road T rates by wr k or season. .

We not overtaxedwith : and $1.00 for inspection of hous I lire.I Ada D. Brush and] $ I 15.t*) was: Kis-simmee. E. L. HOWARD, Proprietor. i

dingly. are :: sewer; that the inspector also receive allowed ilrs. Ella Coleman on ac The idea ol the companyis ..,.................e.................................. 4
-
expense and are enabled Giveus to :: all monies paid to the City ,II c'Ounof an over assessment.Capt. : to furnish electric light and trans ..............................ee.......NNN.NNN.
sell at moderate prices. :: Collector for licenses issued to I*. K. f:1lt'U\\lXxJ asked for portal IOn" a

a trial for the coming month. :.:I plumbers and drain lasers. I pt'rmisM8011 to repair the ,Kwk at the -- REA TING'S CASINO i? l ls.

I The proposed I ordinance contains'sseventyfour 'I foot of Volusia avenue and the use I DeLaud Road in Bad Shape.

!S W. CARROLL ;: sections uith numerous',of it this winter. The request was The Daytoua-Uelaud road has I E. MORRIS Proprietor. I l
: en.r.1 granted. suffered the 1 1I
.I subsections! and provides bow I severely by recent In connection with our Thursday and Saturday night dunces. and
ajc pipe shall be laul, every joint (con A repoit from the Hoard\ of Public heavy rains. J. M. Cook drove an I
The North Beach st. Grocer. !: uKtetl-an a nutshell it contains I! Works stating that the body lad automobile over the road last weekand I privilege of BOWLING, FISHING and SWIMMING we are prepared to :

t complete specifications as to I how [ organized and asking that the bonds reports one bridge gone and the I Serve Lunches and Fish Dinners to Order. 1

Telephone No. 19. :: every job of plumbing should IK- ] be prepared was received. At a I grading badly washed in several Special l attention given to Dutch Lunches and special rates to parties. 1t t

..........t...........- -..--..-t.-t.-t.--..-.-.-t.-t._t_.t.. done. I siecial( meeting held after adjournment places. lie estimates that a thous- Barber and Manicuring Parlors under personal supervision of the I m
The ordinance contains eleven 1 I the council pa4SeC1 an ordinance and dollars would put the road in as a i
I j i proprietor.
YOU Will FIND WHAT YOU SEEK I closely written typewritten pages:\0111 I on two readings authorizing good shape as it was before and it .

requires thirty minutes for a rapid j i! the sale of bonds to the extent of I II is sincerely hoped that the County :....................................................

I_i _'_ #. under it be the a house category store of', stable real f'tItate.tt, farm or whether city- reader to go through it. Ii I| $5tfl),( IU. I' Commissioner will take hold of the ................................................... ; !j :
_ !I The finance nunmittee in- t :
was
for tenancy matter at once. The grade should
country lots unimproved youro1l'n The Gazette-News does not believe I
_ to rent to others or hold as .n in. the majority of the people 11-1 I strutted to secure from the trt'aJ-1! be raised in some places especially : (lob to i. I t -I

vestment-ail these parcels-on 'our lists sire this proposed ordinance enacted 1 t j urer all paid bonds and bring tlmembefore I through the Tiger Bay country and : I u.i u.
i
hich are free to your search. We are at i the council to be II trovft'. the too i
protection given to grade
4 t? our service for anything in the real estate and it behooves before them them it to look I j, An ordinance providing for {the I keep it from washing. :! i CONRAD GROCERY CO. i i
nusinees. into the matter comes up i I
|! i issue of school lands in tht sum of ----- 'I I
for final
J. C. BUTLER, passage. t 1 $3itN;, ) was passed on thirti; AeadI t : ii
\ TOURIST SEASON[ Will
Accident Ins. -- I i ing and an election was ordered l i for your IVt (Cream) Milk I f 0 i small cans for 25c, i 1
Real Estate. Life. Fire and I
t Phone 234. Daytona peach Fla. mm is TI"{ MECCA[ for Nov. 10 to give the voters an BE B A RECORD[ BREAKER[ j to go on yourToasted i i J
ii j ji
the .
:I opportunity to ratify or reject 'i

OF All INTERIOR[ POINTS. :1: bond i issue. F:. Diliiughani, G. P. iI j KKK i Corn Flakes, Post Toasties, i i<

for the Bread KKx i I Itallough and J. M I Carson were appointed Every Indication Points to a !
i;: tpry Ask I inspectors of the t Puffed Rice, Wheat Berries or
dt''lion.1 .
.
.
All Want to Reach the Coast and and McF. Porter clerk. Record Breaking Season I Ij I
_ of : Triscuit all at lOc each. i
with the stamp is the Point at An or linallt'e providing for iron j on the East Coast. j I ,
: Daytona
t* .. Aim. newer pipe east of the stone wall i From all information available : S. \\'. Biscuit and Quaker Oatmeal. 2 for 25e. : Ii '

Which They also passed on third reading.An I the Oazetle-News is in a position to | i Cream of Wheat, Hal toil Hreakfa Food or i

_ Daytona Bakery, The Ocala correspondent of theJacksonville I ordinance providing for grad.ing state that the season of HHjS-09: ; will : Petit .John at lr>c each. : ri '
Times-l'mon' starts a
and shelling the streets leading l lit" one of the I Ix-st in the history
hard road proposition from I lint j i i I
( from Midway to Waycross was I I of Daytona, in fact it promisesto The Conrad Grocery Company

.-.J.f:.. H. E. QUIGG, point to Davtona. Our taaulifiil passed: on first and second readings. (IMS record-breaker not only at!< : :'
: .. and inronijuirablo beach seems i i : K:, T. Conrad A ( <> s. old stand j \
;; i"tiF : city ( Another ordinance prohibiting[
*V J5ia 1.Ej! ;! .: Dajtona but all East Coast resorts ,
W-; :i.;:. I.' <. Proprietor. to be the mm-a of all i interior I I subdivisions of property without ; The real estate agents are besieged : ....................................................i ,

t"J- Florida towns. The projx( >,ition ad. illIml j! first thecouncil '
;T ...NN/NN. is i iI the plat being approved by I with applications for rentals the .............................................NN I
I the correspondent aj:
by
NN.1N NN1 NNN \': ( I was passed oil two reading; hotels are already making reservations -I'
and would l be of vast IWlle- j i !
goxxl one I ordinance theplumbing
so was an regulating and the railroads entering
***********************. fit to both places. The corresioi.-| : business.f I I :
*.+****************** I** !i Jacksonville are making extra arrangements i Day Electric Current

N. ERICKSON :. dent says: 'I' J. I). Taylor, the (-o1or(>marshal: : to tike care of the 1 1i

v "One of the new enterprises now J j was voted a salary of $:.1)1.110 per i crowds that are heading Florida-! I

Wood WorKer. : talked about i is the building of hard: month. Marshal( Meyers was voted ward this .
Cbinet MaKer. !i year.It Will be turned on I
t made to order. : roads from 01'31to I)aytor.a atidj I an addition of $ It P.15)( ) per month to I would) seem also that the season i

t t-; Picture Frames Door and Window Screens : hits juve the way for the tourist ,:I his regular salary to apply during would open earlier than usual I II Iind December I 1908. I
,
1 Cottage Avenue DAYTONA, H.A' rade. There are already many ] the winter; season.Democratic I instead of the rush coming ;I'
.... "******"*"*"*." niles of the fast roads in the Stole j: looks I IRt.allJ'llpzc.
..sift-................. I after the holidays it now as "
leading in that direction a<* far a'hup'8 Presidential Electors. 1 hough would be in full swing I This will give i the eiti/ens of )Daytona, ,

.......... ferry. It is claimed by the! I As there will probably l he from 1 1I :
;
..................... : : soon after election. Cottage ownersare j and! Daytona Bl' H'h an
............. I
that Marion county fmte of '
Contractor : goal roads men j jan I I twenty-five to thirty- names: coming in rapidly many of them!
-'Pt.) D. TAYLOR Electrical ,- build hard roads at the rate of (|, Presidential Electors on the ballot earlier than they have ever come portunity to operate 01'j'1 i iI j

,.., : mile much less than any l he voted in the November election I J Ji
House Wiring a Specialty. :;;ion per I I }before, and all agree that Florida I
Slaatlt's, : other county in the State. The disame 'i,,: it will be well for voters to study will get many visitors who have i Electric Fans, Flat Irons,
F'Ixtures
Dealer Electrical Supplies ol All Kiu.. YTOXA.o'J.A.. i ie between these points is about and familiarize themselves with the never been here l efore. I II

jlpa. So.SOiMgeawnw. nA eighty miles and about twentyfiveof !: names of the IVmocrntic: electors we For her Daytona is ready for I and motors various kind. The -
.. part
,_ ........ operating
............... has been built. The should all vote for, follows: j
.................... this proposition as for the rush. Largely increased I
is being l ) debated by some of H. P. HAII.KY. liotel accomodations many new cottages of motors hy eleetrieity is eh an t

........."... NNN...........- : the capitalists! in this action and P. W. IUTLKK.IIOHT. and I improvements on every and .tIlwmi'al.sk, \us: :il)out the ,'< st.
'N N NNNN *
CONTEMI'LATINO the many advantages are being K. DAVIS, Land will greet the visitors on their

*" WHEN YOU ARE i shown up. Full p particulars will l.e l lI (! lEt C. MAKTIX, arrival. All these with the superb
L Tin,I!'"'. a hot Air l"rna"' in few days from SAMl'KL K.: PASt'O. Adam Schantz Electric Plant i
Ittting a Galvanized Iron Tank. a new I forthcoming a climate we have to offer will be a : Light
reqmred 1 to complete a modern those that are the most interested" ;I ----- drawing card that few can resist j

Ftaay uf the other metal necessities i i The Industrial Edition: : of the, and Daytona, the. queen city of the

dwelling, remember that Mr.( and Mrs. I.eon Ellenwoo.1 ar ;..Sanfnril Cninicle, a forty.four page, East Coast will be full to otertW-: 1 K.: 1 L. ( i il'NN: Cieiieral IalH1;;('r. t

. cfl SON i rivet! in Ibytona Saturday of last elegantly mirror illustrated of the magic and Ctlery finely ing. __ I .N................................aNN.. I
rf C. NASH I week. Capt Ellenwoo.1 was marI printed N--

DAYTONA. P LA. f ftest I ried l to Miss( Josephine Kle. of City has been receiveil. The work '3Tust received fall and winter ................................;.................-..: I

fit fair IfICfS. I Hroollyn. X. Y.. on Oct. Oth .and is i a beauty and reflects great credit samples. If we have not made youa .. J. F. CLARK m-.merr.mi.ud Rr,4. .!.Ier FISH .. s!
reliable service at E. \VoodrufT.. and suit give us a trial-and you will
cue prepared to Rive prompt and I ailed on the Cljde Line the saute |' on its editor : ()ystee ar..J' >,inw (;ainMn 4m'aw.n. All ordrrsuil !
u'xt to tIle Armory. I Mrs. KIlennnM, its publisher \' I n. (llell. It ran not only l lie satisfied }but will be patronizing ) rccnvi pnnnpt. uttfiiti'-n. :
.hfnllf' for Daytona.
fjt General repair shop on Volusi 6olicitCJ.G day winters here and i I rot help (Wing ol vast benefit to a home industry. : ('ottugeAv.nue, DAYTONA. FLA. :

MPone Out of town work has spent several Sanford as an advertising medium BIKNLIT, The TaiLr. I...................................................... .
58. .................t.I ..NNNw baa many friends: among Daytonians, ;
..............1/NN ,,;

Ii 1r 1


.. I
J ..-., ,"" ;JIII&1iIo-- ... -'r -- - --



.-.---.
.
*


Norman S. Dayton,, Lumber, Real Estate, ? Buildi _


_

..'

}: THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS are l located in Miss Blakeslee's poison is confirmed Dr. Van Val/ah I ...................,............
, E ; home for the winter. Miss Blakes-1 says he will leave nothing undone to Truth andQuality

,. .. PUBLISHED .EVERY SATURDAY lee, to the regret of her many Sea- locate the guilty party. Brotherthe ..xt

t i .. ; T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor breeze friends, will spend the Lone Bay is now open for receI-I I Anthony .

.. winter with her niece in Virginia tion of guests-good meals, pleasant -

:: : THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY L. Z. Burdick seems to hare rooms. 21-Jt I appeal to the Well-informed in every best place forClothing
walk of life and are essential to permanent
, : ( INCORPORATED) solved the problem of successful To encourage daily application, and creditable standing. Accor- .
success
'" rose-growing. Two years ago he Prof. Wakefield announced to the
ingly, it is not claimed that Syrup of Figs .
J Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona Flonda as Second Class Matter. made a deep bed of hammock soil students last week that those making and Elixir of Senna is the only remedy of and Shoes SZ;

I for about a dozen small rose bushes a monthly average of 85; would not known value, but one of many reasons

: SATURDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1908 and enclosed each bed with a circleof be required to stand a final examin why it is the best of personal and family is under Sfc,

galvanized tin to shut of the encroachments ation. This does not apply fo the laxatives is the fact that it cleanses, new managemet.

\ i. of the Bermuda grass. grades that take county examination.. sweetens and relieves the internal organs
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
Since which time the bushts have During the high gale that struck on which it acts without any debilitating MR. BALCH, of New York, will havl

I One copy one year.... .. ..... .. _. ... .. ..._.._____.._Sl.. g and handsome and the coast this } morning between : after effects/ and without. having to increase >
One copy BZ! months._ .... ... ...-------.- .. grown large
l ,.I One copy three months -. --.- ____..._ --- .40 furnish a profusion of beautifulroses I eight 100 J feet and of Keating's nine o'clock pier was swept about II the quantity from time to time. charge of the Clothing i; Department. ?

I' at all times.Da.tona It acts pleasantly and naturally and
1 he small located
away. pavilion l laxative, and iU MR. HARDING of Boston
ADVERTISING RATES. truly as a component will
have
some distance from the end of the ..
parts are known to and approved by ...
, DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS. pier is gone, and at this writing
. I, Rte per Inch per insertion to regular advertisers._.. _....__10 ct'ntsRate Beach, Oct. 14-11 II. there is no knowing that this is the physicians, as it is free from all objectionable charge of the Shoe Department. '

per inch per insertion for less than three months__....__ .____15 cents r.ogt'r8leav this week. for West end. The surf is running high and substances. To grt its beneficial .-.0'.,
_. Rate per inch per insertion for single! insertion .. ____..___....30 cents Palm Beach, where he has accepteda very swift and other sections may effects/ always purchase the genuine- It's better to buy from
READING NOTICES OR LOCALS business proposition._ be taken. The extent of the damageis manufactured by the California Fig SyrupCo. Anthony Bros
..... _._ __._ ..__10 cents
Rate line, each insertion.
per m..m..m
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sparber have great. It was supposed in rebuilding ., only and fur sale by leading drug- .
than
RATES FOR CHURCHES LODGES ETC. the pier last year that it I wish you had. ?
All club,society organization,lodge and church notices, other than religious returned home from Lake Helen, was guarded from the northeast
service, 5 centa per line. Cards of thanks 50 cents each. Resolutions, 5 cents where they had been to lay to rest
line. Legal advertising at I legal rates.GENERAL gales. gists.Boatmen '
per PROVISIONS.No the body of Mrs. Blanco Mrs. Spar- ANTHONY

) single charge for display advertising of any kind less than 50 cents. ber's mother, in the family burial THEY NEVER FAIL I BROTHERS Inc.
:, Good position given every advertisement. extra charge of 2 rents per inch grounds. ,
will be made for ads with specified positions. No special positions given on ad i KKK and dealers in bottom boat paint, :
The following additions were
lam than five inches.
That Is What They About ThemIn drop us a card with your address
;: No advertisements accepted for the first page. made to the M. I E. Church Sunday Say CLOTHING
Extra made dipthan laJ advertisements of and learn how to keep your boat SHOES
charge: on containing an average more l
Daytona anJ It Is Therefore -
30 words to the inch. morning, by letter and otherwise: bottoms clean for six months or iI i-
All bills payable on the first of each month. Mrs. E. A. Branch Mrs. M. C. Reliable. more without fcrai ing. Trad discount .ssss......s.i....o......................

Brooks, Mrs. Manning, Mrs. Emma Another proof, more evidence, Daytona to merchants ,I

:A t DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL STATE AND COUNTY TICKET. Patterson, the Misses Yelvington testimony to swell the long list of I Canfield Company, .....NI ...........................................

Maude Mallory, Annie May and local people! oho endorse the old QuaVer! ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. F'
| remedy, Doan's Kidney Pills. Read i Titusville Lumber
KKK Pearl Wilson. ----- -- -- ---- Co. .
this convincing endorsement of that remarkable 'I
For President WILLIAM J. BRYAN, of Nebraska.For A sacred duet, "Teach 'Me Thy preparation: Nothing can do more to I ARK NOW SELLING "

Vice-President, JOHN W. KERN of Indiana. Gracious Word," rendered at the F. M. Topper Beach :street, Daytona, make the home attractive -

For United: States Senator For Members of the legislature Sunday morning service by the Fla., says: "I cannot speak too highly 1 '
DUNCAN U. FLETCHER I MACON THORNTON Misses Winifred and Ailine .Ama of Doan's Kidney Pills?as I think themto : than toiBRIGHTEN ILUMBER :
For Member of Congress ''J.'UIES E. ALEXANDER.) be the best remedy I ever used for -I
FRANK CLARK. I For County wasery much enjoyed by the large
Judge I my back and kidneys. They have never t
For Governor I J. LEE McCRORY. congregation, some of whom lingered failed me when I have called upon them UP AT THE: FOLLOWING PRICES( {

ALBERT W. GILCHRIST. For Clerk of the Circuit Court after the service to express for relief. I ban suffered a great deal I+ !Hough Framing.... .. .. ............ ..._____!12 O';
For Comptroller A. C. CROOM. I Sheriff SAMUEL D. JORDAN.For their thanks to the young singers from backache, so much so at times I + Framing, dressed four sides.- ........,...'''______ 1} 00':!

For Treasurer EDWARD I* SmTH.i The Epworth Leaguers are talking that I was unable to work. I would be: outside( and inside with : A. Flooring, Ceiling and Siding____-_., ,,,,,, 22 SO :4
i W. V. KNOTT For Tax Assessor come so lame that I could not stoop, : b. Flooring, Ceiling and Siding___ 1 _..__ ? ? 20 ,00.:1'i,"
I up an open air concert in the f : No. I, Common Flooring, I and ... {
Ceiling
f For Secretary of State S. B. WILSON.For and if I did manage to bo ro. the action | Siding 15 00. !
11. CLAY CRAWFORD i Tax Collector near future. 11. Q. Hawley has would be rewarded wits sharp twinge:1 i Paints, J No. 2, Common Flooring, Ceiling and Siding_ -....-- 10 00 '

For Attorney General! For County Treasurer D P. SMITH. kindly consented to furnish phonographic Doan's Kidney Pills were at last procured : Door and Window Casingand Finishing Material dressed four sidea 20 OQ '

PARK M. TRA1IMEI.L. I' J. VINZANT music and is reserving a for me at Hankins' drug store Stains andVarnishes. : Sheathing dressed one side_. _-.'.. .__ 10 00.
For State Supt. of Public Instruction > For Judge of the Criminal Court number of tine selections recently) and they soon demonstrated their merit J The above prices are for earload lots, f. o. b. milk, Titusville, Fla. I.
WM. M. HOLLOWAY. { JAMES W. PERKINS. by relieving me. I keep them on hand I J -PRo ipr Sllpvuwr.-

I For Commissioner of Agriculture I' For.Solicitor Criminal Court purchased, for that occasion. at all times to have in case of need. I'': .......'ie................6.111 ...i4.. 44....... ,_$. _
Mrs. of who Ins i
B. E. McLIN. BERT FISH.R. Hyde, Brooklyn, ill always stand by Doan's Kidney "'

For State Chemist I For Superintendent Public Instruction spent several winters at DaytonaBeach t wP ills, in fact hate already recommended -I ................ .... '
.. .
A. 0. BOTTS Get; them ofBingharn& .................1...1..INHNH.
E. ROSE. is planning to be here again them to my friends on several occa
For
County Commissioner Dist. No. 4
For Adjutant General W. D. BRADSI1AW.: this winter. sions." 5 I M. ELLA DE VOY CO.iH
J. C. R. For sale all dealers Price
FOSTER. For Member Co. School Board, l>ist. 3 Miss Marguerite Freeman left by 30 rt"ntp.
., For Justices of the Supreme Court GEO. F. CROUCH. Fostt'r-li1bum Co., Buffalo, \ Y., sole Maley 0
WILLIAM A. HOCKER For Justice of the Peace. !Dist. No. 8. yesterday for Eustis, where she wil 1 agents for the United States. : LADIES' HATTERS t1

TUOMA3M. SHACKLEFORD. I HENRY T. TITUS. continue her studies at the Presbyterian Remember the name--Dean's-and' t Correct in ,'
t Styles. OPEN ALL '
: THE YEAR.
FURNITURE ;
College take no other. UNDERTAKING Xn fi South JU-in\ "h ;Stivt.. Hat) ..(!;,. 1'
............................................N....... Dr. I. H. Springer has leased of SS S ........N......N.......1...........N......NHIIN ,

Z Mrs. A.: II. :Stevens the cottage recently FREE SAMPLES I ..
OF WALL PAPER -
.Seabreeze and Daytona Beach i purchased by Her from C. C- I .......................... .4.....w.....4..44H.. :'-,
Middleton.V.I NEW: Wall Paper will chance:; ,, A POST CARD today stating

C. Grant who has been the I uninviting.& dismal rooms into Agents rooms: you intend papering
MRS.:H. A. BERNARD Editor.Fea' : on i DoYouManttoRent
an attractive cheerful home. will
Wanted bring freej
: you samples
t
............. .........................-.-.- .- .-.-.-.'.......-.-.....- sick list for some time, is improving I We place at your door the in Ij you intend painting send for .

>reeze, Oct. 14-Courtland tie! Colonnades, arrived from Union- slowly and hopes to be around privilege of selection from the Every priers and color card We '

j Eaves arrived from the south Friday torn, Pa., the fore of the week.] again soon.Mr. largest and most varied stock I'' City have evt rthing in PAINT and
part in !
the South.
[ and Mrs.[ L. B. Sweet, recent in can save you money.Paperhangers. i Your House This inter?
of last week for a brief visit with Mrs. M.J. Murphy and two at 5 I FlorMai .
arrivals from Elyria, Ohio, are l located Paperhangers. write forI j write for
his tractive
sister
r on Oakridge avenue. children, who have been I
for the season in the Smith agency. Agency. .
Miss Boyd our popular high spending the summer at the Ideal I i -

( school teacher, and mother will take Cottage, will return to Palatka for block.Mrs. Nettie Kurtz returned from ...113-1....(.; .W...Bay...St......BALFE-CONROY.............CO....,....Jacksonville....NArmour's Fla.1 f If f so list it with the
rooms in Mrs. H. L. Morrison's cot- the winter Oct. .!lst. -----
DeLand Friday. Se will be associated
tags after November first. The various
improvements
being i
A sidewalk is being laid in made on the May Field cottage are. l with Mrs. Rogers in managing Fertilizers Conrad Real Estate Co.
the Surf Crest this winter. are
front of W. L. Sonntag's residenceon progressing rapidly and when
completed Mrs. C. L. Home who called I II
I
was Zt
Ocean Boulevard. Front and will make the house more made from the highest i
I to DeLand last week by the fatal They Who have inquiries for
rear walks on grounds will also be commodious and convenient in : every day
illness of her brother-in-law, Mr. .
laid in cement.S. every way. Two lower floor bedrooms ] Richards, returned home Monday. quality of animal pro i furnished houses in Daytona Daytona '.
B. Parker ,
of
Long Meadow, a thirty-two foot dining

Mass., baa leased C. A. Ballough's room, a good extension to the kite: renovation The Lone, opened Bay after last a Wednesday thorough Grow ducts which are every. i Beach and Se ab reeze. live us a description ;

cottage on Valley street for the and
en, rear and side porch constitute !
; winter. Mr. Parker was a propertyholder the additions. Mrs. MamieRank for the reception of guests. where known to be theBt.g of your house and the amount
I
The recent arrivals at the
popular
at Daytona Beach for a in and mother have re-leased of
rent
number of years. Since disposing of the house for another year. 1 White House are: Mrs. and Miss M best forms of plant t food. I : you want.CONRAD y

his winter home he and his wife Mrs. II. S. Morrison, who has I Figart, Altoona, Pa.; Mrs. Edwards Use t
:
them
and
have continued; to spend their been spending the summer at Eu- and son, Plymouth, Fla.; Miss Aida your crops i i REAL ESTATE CO. f
Brewer Ohio Mr. and Mrs.
.' Elyria,
winters on the peninsula and are rake Springs, Ark., leaves on tithe e ; will better and .. }
grow
Dobbins, Mr. Jackson. Altoona, Fla. ---.i.*
welcomed back by a large circle of 23th inst. for Lake Helen, via I I ,
friends each Messrs. Dobbins and Jackson are Crops
Mrs. Clara recurring season. Seabreeze. She expects to visit I firm members of the Daytona Beach your pocket book grow
Schmidt who pur here briefly before going to Lake 1J

chased the Travis house on Pinewood Helen to spend tbeCa.inter. Pharmacy. fatter than ever before. OUR FOUR CARDINAL PRINCIPLES-
Thursday, Friday and Saturday of :
.
last
avenue is
summer, having Mrs D. E. Lowe and aunt, Mrs.
it put in good repair for the winter D. V. Britt, who have been attending last reek were red letter days for .
I
the fishermen, bait or no bait. Fine Manufactured
season. in
the Seventh Day Adventist Jacksonville.LING ABSOLUTE SAFEty Insuretl by
;.. The Ladies' Sewing Circle will I bass sheepshead, sailor's choice, If
camp meeting at Pa tat I;a, returned
be entertained by Mrs.( C. P. Leland home Monday. They etc., were caught in numerous II
this afternoon. report a large quantities. Warren Wilcox, who is Capital -
: $100(0'I() ( > I
Miss S. E. Russell's friends encampment and an enjoyable time. a good fisherman' caught a gunnysack i.i ................................................
many Surplus .
Mrs. Coburn and r
will be interested to know that she daughter, full, which he generously divided WAH $250,000 ,
is still at her home at {.eta. arrived from Urbana, Ohio] with friends and acquaint- .. Stockholders Liability '.i
Monteagle the latter part of last week and are FIR TCLAJjrfCHINESE S100X)0( ()() ) s
Tenn. Her plans in regard to ances. I Actual
occupying the Stewart security to
coming south are not yet deter where cottage. Mrs. J. M. Field, who has been LAUNDRY\ depositors $4JIXO;
they spent last winter. i
mined. visiting at Indianola, is expected f
Mrs. Thomas 214 North Beach Street, DAYTONA. FLORIDAStiff XOTE-Thn Bank is Number One
Mrs. Bock and Keaton and two home in a few days. on the. "Honor R.J1" of J1
son, llaymond children arrived from Douglasville : )bosom shirt, open front..12. Night Shirtd...... ....................... .10 National Banks in ..
left Tuesday for Cincinnati, where Capt. C. A. Young is txpected to I .......... .............. Florida ami Xo. 1ST in the whole
Georgia White shirts .........10 Woolen) Shirts...............................10 ;
the young man will enter school Monday night and joined arrive at his Silver Beach home this $ Check shirts..... ........................ J b TniteO States, among over shty: ,eifill 11Ilu, <,
Sidney Haley, mother and two Mr. Keaton at Mrs. K. Haney'scottage. week. I j !J New shirta.......................................13'!t Druwers............,.......... .::::.:::.:: : ..: S I>anLs.CONSERVATISM.

sisters, Misses Frances and Helen ; 0 1 R.: Nicholson has recently pur- !O Shirt ..ollarattadlf'CJ............ .... ...13'J' tis!k., 1 per 1 pair............ .... .... .. 3 Z 1

i'. returned to Eustis last Mr. and Mrs. A. .\yr,11 expect: to chased C. E. Sparber's interest in : | {Collar each..... ....... .....................2J'' Handktrch'ef3........... .... .... ". .. 3 j .

after a summer spent at Thursday the Ita-, !leave Lansing: in ,iine to read the Beach Transfer Company. I I .J[ Cuffs per pair ....... .. .. .. ... .. .. 5'' Silk HandLerchief.i) .... ... .. ......... 4 : vProven ;. -..,

homa, one of R. T. Butler's cottages Seabreeze by November 1. W. H. Manning arrived Monday ,: i Also Indies Clothes at corresionding 1 pn 'ts. !I l by 011 success and our' .

R T. Butler arrived from the I A number of friends and net gl- from North Dakota, where he his .N..... ...............+.......+*..........N....+.. .+.1 DEALING regulation.SPARE .i
l hors enjouil 1 a d..i i..a !l..l .
ti
of been
-
north Wednesday of last week, and' : r spending the summer, and :

is busy looking after his property 1 (bacred b.1fint"l music from Herbert Wither. joined hit family at their Peninsula 1/ LAIUi!: 11l.USI1IA1ED\ I Ask our patrons.

phonograph Similar rring. e n- i Drive home. /3 C
interests here. He spent most of the AIO: : I COURTEOUS :j
I SUO 011 I1fEITa WI TREATMENT
Mr. and Mrs.( Moores .
heated term in Cincinnati, are visiting h
as usual 1' "' $ -
-
Mrs. John I .., t4&
Itiaurhi. wh< .had IxrnI relatives at I nJ iallola. -
Mr. Wag oner, of the Sonntat i !)pt'ndin.tbe -- Open an amount with us and rte "i1Ilt.'n.'ra'r. it. 1
Investment i j summer at various re- Dr. Van Valzah lost two valuable i
Com pay, will arrirefrom i I sorts north is exptt-trd ti serf r... ---.MI2II\ [ I
Evansville Vt. bear dogs Monday( morning that :. ..
the
-3th
on inst. :
t Lome ...
Friday from St.: Louis where., died under ..
of FIRST
being .LJI.'j
He leased the Itahoma. R. T. But.Jer's I she has been visiting; her daughter, poisoned; Mrs.symptoms McCray. a tourist -----, NATIONAL BANK, ::

..
cottage through the MillerAgency Mrs. Bronson.Dr. -- -
some time ago. j I Kverndoa rooming at E. E. Johnson's stone I _o wTO.rtM: /RjORlDAOlAlIilACroKi': ;;; L >, -
Mr. Johnson senior and wife came home, also lost a small terrier the = ::.:.:Nrr, .:: ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. .
of ---
proprietor I
down
from Ormond Monday and game afternoon. If the suspicion tf JACKS oNviur.: FLA. =:'::.'=..-..:: .": ,
---- --
rN rrrrr
I -




.. ..4r



-. -t'1>'_- w;: _,'u'7"7"J': < v -.Vw.rt* *Z *f ;


t
-- -
1 I-
Mills' .-

Lunch is now open. Mrs. J. H, Meagley was among fill DRAIN THE HAMMOCK( Gazette-News Advertising1 PaysAs OSoooooooooooeoooooI -
:
Chaa. the
McNary, of Ormond, was a returning winter arrivals last
Daytona visitor week. an instance of the direct benefits -

Wednesday. LANDS WEST OF DAM.A of advertising in the columns of
:. .
Col. F. W. Roe, of Port Orange, Telephone Young's Pharmacy Gazette-News we cite the Foster- I JOE OSBORNE

V was on our streets Wednesday and they will call for and deliver It It It Milburn Co., manufacturers of ,

Choir Boy,' Social at St. Marys your prescriptions. 'Phone 48. Project on Foot to Reclaim Six Doane's Kidney Pills. Since their

Guild hall! next Wednesday night. The first of the Teas for the Thousand Acres of Rich advertising: was started in this 1

: most complete job Capt. and Mrs. C. A. Young were benefit of St. Marys choir fund will Hammock Land. paper the sale of Doane's pills atIlankins' I Sanitary Plumbing Beating and ': :

be given at the Pharmacy has increased
; Coast Let ua be among the returning winter resi residence of Mrs. .
Plans foot drain
,.All work fully guar- dents'Monday.FoR Hliston, corner Beach street and are now on to ten-Gold. If advertising is good for
Live Oak the land west of the railroad, from the Foster-Milburn it is I
avenue, Tuesday after- Company,
;'4 Co., The Jewelers. REXT-Furnished cottage. noon, from three until five. Holly Hill to the Blake canal, a tract I i also good for any other dealer il Ventilating

Dr. P. R. Bennett tf containing over six thousand acre, whether in ot.
patent
:dye will return from The M. Ella DeVoy Co., announce comprising &; .me of the richest hammock :
A. 0. it.
Botts Try ,
County School
ober 20 a.w Super- their Fall Opening on Friday lands in the State of Florida. I medirintor '
.
-Gibbons Tuesee4ay i the ntendent, has spent the week among and Saturday, Oct. 23 and 24 The Daytona Fruit and Truck i Death of :1 Complete Gas Plants Installed. .

.-' spent schools on the East Coast. A choice line of bats
pattern ,. Growers Association took the matter I
in DeLand.
Mrs. Henrietta Heymann, wife of
Mr. and Mre. E. H. Hotchkisa tailored and untrimmed hats also Plumbing and Heating Supplies.
arrived ; a up at meeting( held last week and
Simon
Heymann, died at her homeon
tion books closed }last Tuesday and are again occu- fine display of feathers, (flowers and P. J. hawley and other members of, : ,

'Ll t with a total new* reg- pying their home at Silver Beach veilings. The ladies are cordially the Association are now interviewing Orange avenue Wednesday afternoon Brass and Galv. Pipe and Fittings. .
at the of (C3 The
age veaara.: -
,mostly colored. invited to come and inspect the new land interested. tit
-... Nunnally's Candies-nice and owners' cause of death was diabetic coma. ,.
Utbia, Water. fresh. styles.So The draining of this land will be
IUSKIX3
I IJ The
Druggist. Mr. and Ilrs. Heymann had been ::

n1 i. The Druggist. !: Vet Cave, who has been at Cayey many have asked< l the subscription done under a law authorizing the married forty-eight years and have Fairbanks & Morse Engines & Pumps.' .

]of the Cook Autoruo- Porto Rico, for some time will make price of the Daily News County Commissioners to issue spent the past eleven winters in :
Rams.
that it is deemed 'advisable to I bonds for the work, and then levy Niagara Hydraulic
"$ of Orlando, spent his home at Holly Hill this winter. say Daytona I
that it will 15 cents week delivered assessments on those benefit ted,
Mrs. had
i this place thia week. per Hermann been afflicted :
:.t Mr. and Mrs F. M. Call arrived by carrier in Daytona, Fea- running from one to six years to for the twelve Ireland Pipe Wrenches.
past more or
:: ]reene, who has been from St. Louis years
Monday and the
are occupying breeze Beach cover cost.
or Daytona The subscription less" but Friday of last week whileon
.i summer at East their home on South Ridge- It looks now as though the -
price by mail will be project the ship enroute from New YOlk '

IL. is expected home wood. $1.50 for the season of four months would be successful, and if it is I
to Datona she was taken seriously JOE OSBORNE The Plumber j : .

I*: Dr. F. H. Houghton expects to be payable strictly In advance. Orders one of the greatest tenefita imaginable ill and after her arrival in Daytona ,

rL Frank T. Peck, in Daytona early next week, and for mail subscriptions are now being would accrue to Daytona. was confined to her home most of

jjft eeks visit to New York will at once open his dental parlorsin booked. Truck growing on a large scale the time until her death. Phone 96. 11 Orange Avenue.susususieiii.s.i..i.a.asa.i..u.au..u.i.i J

. rieJ home Friday of the Peck Block. would be commenced at once, and A husband and nine sons and i

fe? Alderman Morris the marketing of these crops at all
Resigns. her demise.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Birchwoodwere seasons of the year would make daughters mourn :(t ) : .

st-class work-Daytona among the arrivals last week. Thursday. Alderman Jy D. C Her husband and one daughter
Daytona an "all the year" city,
-dry, phone 8. tf Mr. Birchwood is getting his meat Morris tendered his resignation as a second to none-. in Florida. The Mrs. Sam Cuss, of New York, were ......

k b Schneider and Jaughm market ready for opening. member of the City Couofil, givingas law i ia the f at the bedside when the Grim
very plain on question (
',' his reasons thereto 0lat, his business Reaper came. IYOU I 1I
arrived from Phila- of lands and work MUST EAT TO LIVE
{Automobile tires and inner tubes interests do not ajjoir him the the reclaiming The body has been embalmed and
week and under ,
vfayoflast vulcanized at Oliver's should be done the General
will be receiv-
in
garage time to devote to the tomorrow placed the
fehoeider: who preceded necessary Statutes of the State of Florida found
,
The Balfe-Conroy Co., wall office. The resignation will prob-- ing vault at Pinewood Cemetery,
paper
I' two.Strong iu section 923, 437, and concluding i
or page to remain until nest whenit AND LIVE TOEAT. i '
dealers spring
(. of Jacksonville, have an advertisement ably be acted upon at the next regular with section !900)( page 447 I '
( inspector of con- in today's paper. If meeting of the council will be taken to New York and l he

There are ten pages devoted to buried with the rites of .
I$United; States govern- you want wall paper read their ad. customary .
this work in the General
Tuesday. He J. R. Thornton the public the Jewish religion.Nonsectarian I : While doiu! it joi: to visit his hustling representative A Car Load of Milk. Statutes, and no work ia more important services will beheld .

I'Dillon. of the S. P. Richards That to the people at large or to .. and II'it nt "living it''s. .
enterprising firm, the Conra at the Bingham & Maley CoV. : : lii .
Paper Co of Atlanta, was callingon Voluaia County. ,
i Grocery Company received this' undertaking; parlors tomorrow a 3:
(I 2 cents, all style of shirts his Daytona customers this weeV.We tinder the provisions of this law
week full load of Pet Cream : :
a car o'clock before the body conveyed' The Choicest Family Groceries. : .
work left and called
!k sell Dean's Kidney Pills. or milk, as it is called under the the properly benefited pays the to the receiving; vault. All friends .. ..

"" :, Laundry tf I I Young's Pharmacy.Mrs. pure food law. The car consistedof coat of the drainage in from one to of the family are invited to l he present : That's what get here. : '
you
e Glenn arrived Friday W. E. French and daughter 725 cases or 2,900 dozen cane, six years and the county commissioners at the services.WAtTrDHurrriii .

M week from Meadville making a total of 34.SOO cans of the cannot plead lack of fundsto ------ a 'Xuff !said. -
are back from Virginia, where they Jo this woik, as the law provides .
ibl baa been spending lacteal fluid. This is! probably the ': Magazine requiresthe
have the Dr. French
et spent summer. for the issuance of to draw ..eraIiVnf. m.n'u Iiaylon lo look
:
script
and is the guest of her largest shipment of canned milk
will later with D. McLarenand after and lo
iuInscription crcuraucw
come eiplrlnic
:flL Shoemaker, at Sea- ever received in this part of the interest at the rate of six )per celt I.u.In.-,, bv meanaof special methods I L. G. LYMAN. i I
family. unusually rfTectlvv; position p.riianriitprrferone ;.
..:' State, and puts the cow in the shade annum, jedeeirable in from one to with rsjwrleneebist oul l conklder ,

(t f Marshal M yen will start out six years, as the assessments aie any applicant with g..od uatural : :

l stricken from the reg- next week rounding up all dogs completely.Who collected. qualification; wilarjr. |.i.j per day, ltucoiiimUslou : Miller-Strolim's old stand. ,.<
option. AdUreai.! ailS refrr-
tclYolusia County ap- : ... ....................... : ;
;' upon which tax has not been paid. eluci's!, It. C. IVaruck. Room tiC. Suc"",'! ....... .... ........
column. Was to Blame?
r If your Magazine Building New York. 2i-t! ':::
II have and want to
a "purp"
ily reported submit save you his life the tax at once. Due to the carelessness of someonean Christian Endeavor Social. .. .
r pay
L October 24 and you accident occurred yesterday ':;Neit Monday evening, Oct. 19, Holly Hill. III
FoR SALE-Several nice show r. AND .PR9ffS.si t-i I
I BUSINESS
t to Macon morning that might have proven in the social hall of the Congregational -
cases, good as new. Apply '
Hill Oa l-1-\8. i8lant
Endeavor Holly ,
ton, of New York, Thornton, Ormond. tf serious. J. D. C. Morris was en church the Christian !
-- -
his way to the fire with a party of Society will )have an ice Postmaster! Smith and wife, of Daytona ; --- --

rand is a guest at Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Oyamawere friends in an automobile and struck cream social. Ice (cream cake and have been spending their vacation I: c. c. BOHANNON:: t Fitzgerald! & Gates -
the I
i first guest of among the arrivals the early the obstruction which closes North other delicacies will be served between camping in a tent on their and Surgeon Attorneys at Law .
Mr. Houghton'sIn : Physician
jia part of the week. Mr. Oyama is Beach street pending repairs. After five and nine o'cbk. Music I pro ertv in South Holly Hill Mr

; Daytona. His the popular proprietor of the Japanese = Smith ia cleaning the lot. r Office over the Atwood Pharmacy. | Special Attention to Examining and -
-I breaking down the obstruction and by skilled musicians will be rendered up IVrfctting Land Titles.
:
rriy later. South Beach street. Heach street, Daytona, Fla.t .
,. bazaar on tearing one lamp from? the automo- during the evening. Ever Mrs. Bogle has returned after a t
TaUon-offlca' closed.:11MiLe1t north.M. t Telephone No. 74. Conrad Block DAYTONA FLA.
Mr. and Mrs. L M. Waite and bile it was stopped. No light was body invited. pleasant summer spent
: Dr. F. H. and several other automobiles F. 1 Mitch and Geo. Somera - --- C
children: arrived Thursday from displayed Carv I) Ijindl But fUnLANDIS
II. II. SeLL Yl A.4'\.
have been spending) some time atJlt'nJlUrlit. !
Narragansett Pier, R. I. Mr. Waite .tol.ped just in time to prevent Residence Burned. : & I :ISH

T jlC&ittenden came down down little earlier than accidents. .\ Physician and Surgeon j
came a between 12.(iO
Yesterday mon ing ]
1 K: A. Hit'hards went to DeLand Attorneys at Law
A.nge, N. J,, Monday usual to look at the new addition to and 1:00) cAlotk<< the residence of Special attention given to I.lcrtnrnl I I I
Sunday. rritdiclnic; In all state and FederalI f
i spent the summer andeession his hotel. Resigned His Pastorate. situated the treatment and Mrchanicnl methods. I C'ourn t'1\II or('rlmlll.1 hu.lne*. given
Mrs. Civility 1'iley, on Mr. and Mrs( Mallory: of Sea, 127 So. Hldgewood AVP Hours ""r..rulllll..nllun. special facllllleifor

of his rosy Judge Michael O'Neal arrived I Rev. II. B. Gibbons, pastor of the Ormond road just inside tie city brt"t'zt'er&? over early) in the weekiii 8-10:30 and 1-3:30. 1'houe S... ',, Investigating elAiid. Iloride.IeeacA.I'tteaart perfecting. tltlet. I

-. jood avenue. Mrs. from,New York Wednesday to join I First Baptist Church, has resigned limits was destroy J by fire. The the interest of the future celery

I arrived today. his family at'Silver Beach. Judge his pastorate of that church his house and) contents were valued) at crop. DH..d.r.I RAWL1NGS : Fjford: BlySTEWAKT i .4 t

i tires and inner tubes O'Neal resides at Havana, Cuba resignation i to take effect November ?;3IM,< >, covered by insurance with Hev liiish preached< 1 on Sunday I : & BLV ,

t Oliver's garage where he is attorney for the Spanish first. Rev. Gibbons I has filled the Bingham Thompson agency in the school) house I II Physician & Surgeon. i Laycrs I

I Claims Commission. the pulpit at that churcJ for the past to the extent f $L',-10.) The originof Miss Milburn went to Port Orange 1 i .
proprietor of the and I Office Volusia first duc>r Office nest door to Uaiik
three filled i it acceptably the fire is unknown. on avenue I
T factory near the The "cash way" is the only way years Friday for a week end visit with the : IM-und, Florida nUildinE'1 ;.. .j
of Da.tirrespecth'e
the Hankins
of Pbarmary.
people ---- -- -- west j
don't have to home folks returning Sunday. : .
has made up a to buy groceries-you church will be to part with -- ---- -_- i I -
of sorry Orange Blossoms. -- ----- -
Heath would l he much :
bes and souvenirs some other one's debts. Capt. : TITLeS INSUREDoliiM : .
pay him. Both Reverend and :Mrs.\ E. L. STEWART ,
STORE"I. Foltz was united in marriage obliged) if the parties would return :
"OUR Murray
etto roots and will Gibbons have worked Thursday to :Miss\ Ruth Hfld- the tools and other things they borrowed : Phvsician and Surgeon. and Title Insurance I
tale Company.
the
l coming season was among the and have a large circle of !
Humphries charge perLlfmed '} the launch Eleanor : attention clUcu f the
field. The ceremony was ( from !Special to es c> Mthtrart. furnished and title perfect
stores. Mr. Rotzein who attended Criminal both in and out of the and Nose. Oflireaod .. .
friends Eye, Ear, Throat .d.Ial.4.: Plat and Blue Print. upll -
of ber- Daytonians lIe at the home of the bride's flier in I Kev .\.T. Wilder was here Monday : residence Magnolia anne 3rd i ,' ...l. liert H-". l're:C'are, |l. I,andl.. ,
: palmetto Court at DeLand this week. church. Future arrangements of I '. I I !4r'y and Tries Opponlie. Voluila t'o.
: Chicago. The bride is br popular door west of 1 0 telephone S2. Rank ejinU, FlaD. .
over ten thousand the case I have not been to I i ,.
a witness on Ibis popular couple S mce hoursSa in. p in.
S went over as ] who has most of --- !
lady spent -
young : 1
lad now. Will Peet, a colored but we understand. they Ii
made
State vs as yet
of the her life in ))"ytona, while the groom OfcAUTIFIL hOME ON THE PENINStL 1 D. & C. HOGH5 I
taTfor hand- with forgery. will remain in Florida the coming *-* II room: roinplrtrly fiirntibrd; botand G. A. KLOCK :;
Season 2 charged
man, is the efficient l bookkeeper for the cold. hard and soft water; bath and 1 I
least. The resignationwas oilier innderi. Improvement: stable and Civil f Engineers
8 winter at !
deter- and
: cottages-one The call for an election to (firuber-Morris Company. llar.Il" on the prrtnlvi. !< > or l-<> feet Physician Surgeon
tendered) a month ago but was frontag ..llL the b..uv but I her.I.! a total ..., I
11-bath, electric mine whether the City of Daytona Mr. and ilrs. Foltz will probably frontage of.:t. eel to the entire property special attention given to 1'1"' a< of not accepted until Wednesday< e.en.in situated Halifax A,enu.% adjoining the .:y.and FItting of Cla-cu-n, omreover i Offiec! MIAMI., H.A. "- I :
eenvenienees-Ridge- shall issue bonds in the sum arrive in )Daton.t tomorrow. I I'luhliouHxro'inds!.,of the Florida I1:ait Ulohe el..U.lng store. cinire hour i in.l.tnns

5-:; -Pricfl $500. Address $35,000( for the erection of a new !('os.l. Autoiuot.il an excellent #tlew iclMtoii.of th. ocean and commands Rv- I I to M a. m. I to 3.ini p. ni.. t<> ".'*> p. 111.I I I Oilier Established 1875 I I 1 ;
oiling a rrw I.-r..OIll* me tmu'.e wouia I).\ TONA. KI.\ _
icr. box 17. tf school building appears in today'spaper. in Criminal Court. make an ideal. SlitS eta,. hoarding bou... In -- ----- -- --
Doings needed Will
location whernonels much
!
The! election is called for Port Orange.Port a lie ,old AT A BAROA'IIaa4: M REA5OMAHLETtKIS M. JOSIE ROGERS, M. I U. : II A. l lI iITNAII: [) I I I
A. H. Schmidt and The Criminal Court of Record : If taken at once. Apply to Editor I

S by Marie came in Nov. 10.Manager. was in session at 1lt I..mlthill"l't'k.. <*-.ietteNeirlrkt- -""- ---- I Homeopathic Physician : I wilmt Milj!'<'nptions and business 'f ,

S. of the DaytonaIce Orange (K t. 14-Channcey FulkSept. I'*: last pub (let IT.i for the hues-Union.: I ; \
ing 5. from Brooklyn, N. Smith, ire \'ass visited his father last week.C. Cases from n.lytonwere disposedof Notice For Bids.Sealed No 453 North Hunch :Street. I TIMES-UNION IUIKKAU.Smith ; ; .
have is happy. The I Md. fur the ronitructlon of cement JO and fi, been spending ; Company, Christianey was shipping as follows: ,h.lk. ,'o>rdluc 10 ordliiame, Office Hours, 12:30 to2: X Hitch Kml Estate Office, ;

(They had expected to plant, burnet.llast April, is again fruit last wctk. B. Morgan colored, )plead guiltyto mill IN-receded, .>n .>r l.-f<>at re(1\1.the 3S oDlie I.*.*of. and the eel OITC'lerk ,,,' I to 730.Telephone No.. 122. I Beach Street.Dk. t ;
; and Mrs. Henry running and turning out a far better grape carrjin/j concealed weapons and) I a lll ln.pul>llpr| OteflPd at .::," p. n. Bids I I
tnlie feet for cement nldenalk
Pattillo, our enterprising per nquare
Ijeir arrival, but Foxy of ice than has been received Mr. was fined 100) ami r() ts. David i and percuiillr ""r.t for tilling and grading.The ..:. I I
quality I of all
added number i rlllhl torejett any or hid. In r.r.i. '
has a .1
1! Urn+ to the scheme andIM from outside points during the postmaster lock boxes to the large Jackson, colored, admitted selling : i.,_. .\. Mt'S'. PORTKIC.Utyrierk.. Daytona Private I Ilos-1 A. O'Nl: \ ]ILL
keyless
and was assessed Un) ; pital and Sanitarium !
-S summer. number of boxes already there. whiskey Phillip E. Robl..on, Architect- t:vervfarllltT for h.prOI..r treat men t OSTEOPATH I ;
.
furnished costs. T. O. Melton plead) guilty to Salun.1 IUd'll and rareof ", ...11..11'.and nurnlral m elleclrlral II I
tlMcline stove don't worksrd Cherry olive hedge I i I Mrs. T. W Karn returned home "'a.nn.h. lOa. ; .ppll."... irHltied nur>e8. i
in Daytona or shooting quail out of season and \\.IIII..r .It'm CIIII..tlurroundllljl. !<' |>el il attentionClTrn J20 Yutuuvenve i
to W. G. Hobbs, and planted anywhere 'I from Maryland where she In I"lorld. to all pa"""'. Ternn on appll Near 1 K. 1 It. station: !
Addreu Win. Friday I: pai I > 1.10 anl,1 costs. The three : nUll"a''"... talloo. >o 4 5!4A Beatb St.. Intrtona 1
it. .
i send a man to fix on the peninsul I the summer. I ".Uo lIou..... Pr.O KI.u'I'K
r (e-8t I ih.I s spent colorel I girls! Xamy Jorv'a"" ILtiie Tropical. li.r.a. fbTtlcUn ID harge. I II

Sand Mrs. II. C. : Elck, ( ity. Mrs Wiese is having a pretty Myers and Mamie( Leonard, who .".' I II I DR.IiOllANNON'SPriViite I : \: \ : I

:IJiss Lottie Mayntrd, The engagement of Chas. 11.1 I picket fence built in front of her were arrested some time ago on the Poston."arannab. 1)1 H. \\'. /\. G0\'l : I I II
Advocate
Sanitarium !
of the Titutille Tampa I tsrJJ.mI I
.ijheir guest for a ftw Walton, editor -' I home on DunUvvton avenueElnio charge,:: of st;Mlin oranges from the Dentistnrr !

: place, lelt Tuesday i the only pink paper m ,I' Pupont left Monday( to resume grove of Micheal A Titus, plead not I 11.r the tnatinctit cf all I' I

,( where Commodore Florida" and Miss \Yillamiia his studies at Knllins College guilty hut as the telephone line to 69 Best c'" nrr It.lg.d mi-1 \ ..Iu..la. Medical anil arKical c..... :I !
Mass ia an :21 :Nitith; liiath Street I'hcme 74
a handsome winter home. I Mack, of Cambri Ige. and Hit-hard p\l.IIlan left the .amt' Del and was out of order esterl lay I I i
will take C. C. BOMA.NNON: At. u. iI
." Is Rooms are alwa)sat nounced. The wedding 1 day for DeLnud to enter Slet-on 1 the outcome of the trial oouM not ROSES PHo\h I
i Schmidt's Villa in the new je.tr. ,
early -----
I, place !lit' learned
lni varsity.Mre t
,: aally spend a week or at the 'Gator moving ive'I 1." CIIIII Ht'Y linwi( ) ; .". r. S. II. ( lOVL: I
I a
ta Miami from their The program Elijah McDonald re I
,
-.Do
11 mll t, I
dhow lust Saturday evening hrr tint ".l rrc.-iuil f r.ll and winter and SUr >n. Architect Builder and
portL.I pitture telegram Monday( informing uit MI_ "..". ....g-on- Physician Il'I !
,';" and a large ... ..., ......ill., '
good made
,
she I If have not A Wed. Rwdy. Contractor
and >
jtought the interest i>t,H. was exceptionally it her brother had been shot samples M you ar,.... __ IM"'" Office and reMdence: 1J1: So. RidgeS : -

bush crowd) was present to appreciate went to Jacksonville Tuesday .1 suit give i us :.4 tri il-and) you \ ill == _.. fUIII.-. '11.00&1'I'ou". ('1'(1 f lidgl'wloIOII Iln le-i! >l lr>ce and i.fTire, rsrtleaet curter i

son in the bicycle catihy films will be din) Morford nut oil!)' satisfied but will !Is' patronizing c.--. ..... .& ..... .... tel. I'hoiie 17.*>. Office hours: 'Jt-i llhlgevuKid: and Volusia ave.ri. I I I2 : '
very
Ocean Some I Mrs. Case and J. IWIt., Ha ,
Q a Beach and and it will be Mr and aM N.- I Ila.m.2to4and6:3Ototi.nm.: ; <>nc-S'J. Hay
thin evening a home inilustry.Ut \
will continue ; played attending the Seventh Day Ad- n& ':::'" I ..............., S41 SI -
livery, worth time and dime to are ss.rr, The Tailor. ........................
your I'alatka.
i same stand. well veutist camp meeting at .

S.' Geo. P. Johnson.- see them.




-S ,

-.-.. .,;; ; '':- '\' .



-<<..
'" <

p .. 1" '{: "'" ,, '" '; -'- :;: rt' ",, .) F'" ..::,..> ." "."',,' ''' 4''l'.T:: ... ..;-: ---<,.-,. ""':- :, ..{ C R1.


.
-
i <
: -i-----
:: L. D. Removed
Upon,
.............. ............NI..N................N HAVE YOU PROPERTY TO SELL? Cottages, Celery Land, Orange Groves or WatU, B. F. Removed LOW TIDES on l9eeD..4

i. Vacant Lots Then let prospective purchasers know it. The Daily News will inaugurate Williams, J. F. Removed

: Bond Lumber Company I a department this season to enable you to bring your property before practically every All stricken persons from who the have Registration been erroneously Books- Dn .u itva ,

r tourist who visits Daytona, Seabreeze, Daytona Beach and other nearby, towns. may appear or make proper proof before ..I.-34L.4

MANUFACTURERS Of i The real estate advertisements will be arranged as follows: the October Board 24th of County, A. D. Commissioner 1908, that they on _.2..4:23 ._4:

'.. < ROUGH AND DRESSED / / .- ... have been erroneously stricken, and on w 509 ...6::4R
o; PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER >T the filing of such. proof their names will .... S 4.?.. ._. 6:00_. .,, 770L..8- f
S be restored.
REAL ESTATEBARGAINS T. J. MURRAY, .. 6... 8.19... .,10 e.

Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime i Chairman Protem. I M 7_ ... 9:15 ..11
8.1020..
Witness band and the seal of 111
Office and Yards: East Co my
and Cement in Stock. Railway and Orange Avenue t Circuit Court this 14th day of Lhi .- 9.1120... 721
A. D. 1908. 10..1137 1
MILL8-Bond Mill,Atlaetic Cart Line Ry..lOO mtle.south of Jacktonrllle.Kalamaioo.on : (Seal) SAM'L. D. JORDAN ...11..12:15.,. .. '1.
: i iII
nanford Branch of the F F..C. Ry. Clerk of the Circuit Court and of the ..12.. ... i05... 245

MAtBY : I Board of County Commi ioners. I ...13... .. 155, ., 3
Manager.
J.
Phone 83 R. I I ( .. IL. .. 2:45.. .. 4 J -

.. .... ...................... ...4..444............... : I FURNISHED, COTTA E. Situated onRldgewood 1! I ,.15..3,.16... .. 4:15: _., S1 6:05:
electric Lightbato: I ; bard (First pub. Oct. 17 last Xov. 1
avenue: I roomt; ; pub. 14)
.
I _. ..
.17 &i.5_
"**ft****** hir.****************************************, rteot ) Notice of Election. _18... 5:59,. 707 809 -

and shop ::1i and grapefruit takes the property treei: in fine II iold neighborhood.IVW this lea'Mn.. Whereas, the City Council of the Cityof I ...19.. 6:50.. !d0? D
I Cabinet Repair This b a rare bargain and should Mil readIly Daytona Florida, on the 12th day of ...2tL 750.100'!
at the price named No better bargain October A. D., 1908, subject to the ratification I ..21. 850. 10:55:
i Furniture Repairing, Mattresses Repaired and made to order.e + I *III Address br offered-Cottage In Daytona Bargain"this care ean.Dally of the qualified electors of said II' II I ?.22.. .. 9:15. _11$1

handle the celebrated Ostermoor Mattress and solicit your f Aew.. city, who were qualified to vote at the I I.23..I0:40..11 11 -
: General Election ,
ent. Peck blk City next preceeding. I ri
order for first-class work. Orange are. 25 ,.12:15.,.
passed an ordinance providing for the i I ? 1:1
W. G. HOBBS. J Everyone at all interested in property will read these ads. carefully, and the cost issue of the $35,000.00 of the bonds of 26. ..124.5... i, 1

tr .........rFttr .........Yi4<1outloliai4 every
way '.
commission amounts to. Or if propertyis I I
of what
infinitesimal part an agent's your necessary a public school building for I 29.. 2..40.. 3. 4R.

ROLLINS COLLEGE in the hands of an agent an advertisement like the above would very probably interest the City of Daytona Now therefore ..30.. 3:15.. 42 j
by order of said City Council a Special I ...3l... .. 3 .i5.. -, -
sale. You have addressedcare
the can
could consummate answers
so that the agent
College someone Election will be held at the City Hall on

l' Florida's Oldest and Indus of the Daily News and they will be promptly forwarded to you or to your agent as Monday, the 16th day of Xovember, A. Forenoon and afternoonUdn
Kin Art. I'om and ScaooUofMulc. repression] D., 1908.: whereat E. Dillingham, G. tamtlkoo
C'ollege.raJ my the advertisement for
desire. If wish we will take pleasure in writing you. mobiles can be driven
: trial Arts and Bustnes 1I'.alll and you you P. Ballough and J. M. Carson are to on tbeWi
Carnegie Iran and third men'edormttury h.,1t rondillon now ItHlng: nn up:. ItrmoalulII..It't"trlr: 111111\1; alhlt'lir: .11.. : THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS. serve inspectors and A. }Icl-. Porter hours after high title and irSk) *?
.
beat large fllculn; l..rrt't"1 Ihb "r hour of high tide. -
furnace rb.ml'lon uf t"or"l" clerk and whereat the matter sub-
gout lIok5: Lase hallalld l.k..t-hlllI t.am ... .holarship.Nearltaquarterof as ,
tenOl5l"OUrll. a million doBllr' endowment: t'spl'n. 1".I..ral. ; et I milted to be be voted upon will be the -
available. ChristtanbutundenmolnatlonaIstsndatorCHARACTER : NOTICE.At McXary, Burton Removed I Davis, F.d. Removed ratification or rejection by said electors : MASONIC: DIRECTORSII
CULTURE: CONDUCT Pinkerton, L. L Dead i I I Elrod, E. X. Removed of said ordinance. .U.IKAX DlIiOE. ?
For cetalogueeaddresethe President. a meeting of the Board of Countyl"ommissioDfS Vining E. M. Dead I I EnOll, H. W Removed Done at Daytona, Florida, under my I Meet let and 'rd Thgndajri Na61taL1, ,.'
; .
Ne] tH "slon begin: Odot..r held on Wednesday.October F Us W. A Removed HALIFAX
,
PRECINCT Xo. 8. hand this: 14th day of October, A. D. i CHARTER, IT* \J
WM. F. BLACKMAN Ph. D., WINTER PARK FIAMERCHANTS 14th, 1908. for the purpose of Removed 'uren, S. 8. Removed 1908 G. B. SEAMAN, Meetend Thursday.' *
Revising the Registration Books the Andrews. John Fuller, H. If. Hemoved (SEAL .o ORlsNTAt.m ,3IMANDearIaU..
) Mayor.
Removed )1.UbThunday.
O ,rl GOma....., Ktricken following from named said persons books by were the reported Supervisor Avera B&Ilough., W.James T. Removed Gulden, J. F.;: Removed Attest, A. McF. PORTER. I.I\'.:UA K CHAPTER, Ho. t. 0. R i.
ID
.....O( G"irity, J. F. Removed City Clerk. Meets -nd and Uh Tuesday!.
I i of during the past Boyd, J. C. M Removed I "it
.
Registration Gainer J. D. Hf'mo\'ed All DI" tin Maaonl H. ..Orup
A. D. nc81UDI! J. 8. CO\RAD f.N.C'\oRAD! year for cause, and by said Board, and Bonum, E B.. )Jr Removed Hardy, X. A. Dead
President ,1et..Pres, Cuhler ordered published according to law. Browning J. P. Removed lliDson, .. J. Removed i
Baker, C. W. Removed .********************.*.** **************
PRECINCT No. I. JE'nkins. M. C. UemovedJon..s
Bettesworth, I.. \f. Removed ?
BANK t Emanuel, J. J. Dead lIarrison Removed i ;
.v Removed Barnett, A. C. Removed Monday, Chas. Removed WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES
J. I.
-w Griffin, Removed
((BRANCH OF VoLfllA! I'OfSTT BANK) (jjf Ilearn .\. L. Removed Bryant Bradshaw, J.,E.Jim Removed Morrow, J. C. Removed : Dry Plates, Papers Photo Chemicals and Card Mounts Our Sped&ttj.! *

.? 50,0,() W I'adgett,John Dead Bryant N. Removed Merritt, G. G. Removed t
Capital McCabe A. C. Removed
Remo'o'edWilliam Write for Prices
Ros'eter. A. T. ;
E
Removed
Surplus and Profits: 35,1G.; l @ T. B. Dead Butler Butler, Preston K. Removed MeL endon. H. A. Removed }

and Time ( Walstint', Fred Dead E. Removed O'Hagan, T. P. Removed R. H. LESE S NE Daytoiia Florida.
Brown.
Four per cent interest paid on Savings accounts rE'r-l I PRF1lNCT Xo. :. Blocker, K, Removed PournE'lIe, I'. A. Removed j J

tificates of Deposit. No notice lequired for withdrawals ( I Ben&ston& John Dead Berry. E. I). Removed Pallicier Pallicier,, L.Lewis M. Removed Removed ..****.*.*.*...*******..** *-*" ...

I Bailey, A. M. Removed Blocker J. I. Removed Rhodes, E. H. Removed
For Rent.
Safe Deposit Boxes ; Bailey, 13 M. Removed Brush, C. H. Dead Skipper, R. J. Dead
Clark, J. W. Dead Butler, David Dead ..
J. I. Removed
Sparr,
@ fJQ. .j.ltl,.,.. Wm. Dead Corp, A. C. Dead I
...i*'.o E\'erleth, I'ad Coombs, J. X. Removed Sailer J. F. Removed . . . . ea .
Giles, B. F. Tucker, C. H. Removed .

I .N..... t............................................. lIarden, J. P. Removed Dead Cox Campbell, C. R.Alex. Removed Dead Thomas, James! Removed
E
: IIinson C. Tf'dder. B. W. Removed Daytona Ice Company "
: J. B. Kuh. David Removed Grooms.! Dan Removed Tate, Mason Removed ,
GARRISON'A Morgan, James Removed Crosby, Henry Removed Wilson II. B. Removed
examination of electrical : )
close Carter T. E. Removed
Removed
I : t Morgan, Henry Wray, Harry Removed PURE ICE
: work finished and charged for : lurwin, J. l' Dead Clark J. W. Removed Willard, N. B. Removed
from this shop bows how squarely Hoper, rlesf'nL Dead Cole man, S. II. Dead
: : Williams, Wm, RemovedPRECINCT Calvin, R. W. Dead PRECINCT Xo. II, Made from Distilled<<; Water. ,;
: our
L and honorably we transact Xo.3. Cartin, O. P Removed Barker, L. U. Removed (. Factory corner Railroad and Volusia avenue. :s.
: business. Electrical repairs receive : Douglass H. F. Dead Fountain, A. T. Removed . . . .
j special attention. Those Allen, L. 11. Removed Davis Jacob Removed Giddens, S. H. Removed ,.
Adams C. i). Removed
: Isaac Removed
about : Davenport, Gorden, Ed. Dead
who employ us never worry hivebs, 1>. Iead
Davis Ben RemovedFreeman s
,
I. II.
Johnson, Dead
charges, and they know be. : Brock Orville Dead '
our ,
Geo. Removed
: .
Marsh E. A. Dead
fore engaging us that our work. Br'lmsey, J 11. Removed Freeman, A. Removed Miller,,Wm. Dead FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILW
:
Bowrie J. A. Removed
,
manship will be the best. : Furr, W. H. Dead Parker, P. D. Removed
Dead .
Clark J. T.
,
Gw inner, J. II. Removed
: Simmons, C. E. Removed
: Cairns, SI. M. Removed LOCAL TIME CARD No. 75.
Gramlmg. C W. Removed Wright, I). M. Removed IN EFFECT APRIL:

: Daytona Electric Co. .: Crow.Clanton J., H.W. C. Removed Removed Gillman sittings,, C.J. H W. Removed Removed \\ lliatD3, Z. l' Removed No, 99 No. Z9 MAIN LINE No. 7& Nail

PRECINCT Xo. 12. Dally Dally 9
la\'il, John Removed Daily Dili
I : Gillett, M. A Removed
: 232! South Beach Street. DObnE'II, W. F. Removed C. J. Removed Bryan Ed. W. Removed l10pm 9Mk v r A 716 p. I r
.
George,
W. 1'. Dead & 115pm 10 IS MI At..BRAa s. ,.,,,Ly CIO p. t5q
......... ........................................... Edward, F. Removed Griffin! Webster Removed C.owarL J. U, Removed 7 It 11m 1141amItJpm Lv '- _Lv (Mpm 111 m
C.
In
Edward Clover, Henry Removed Clifton, Harmon Removed I pm -__ inpm101pm 4 a M
Pusher, Silas DeadGolding Grant S. E. RemovedHunnewell Groover, J. A. Dead 915pm IMpmJlOpm Lv -rton Lv I5*
I I"r" ,-v; ,"" Jacob Dead II. G. Removed Holden, T. J. Removed IOIOpm Itlspm 3ffpm LI Lv T1tnnWi.Lv 530 114pm pa .IY IS'S*

Gibson, J. B. Removed Howard, I.. E.Hammond :. Removed (lull, W. M Removed 120055 411pml
LRoetl.ddg-
Godbt.ld. W. Removed C II. Removed lIull, J. M. E. Removed 13Wam pm Lv 12lspa lea

San Mateo \j Hill, II. W Removed Howard, il T. Removed Jones, Knox Removed 1239 120am am 460pmiOOpm Le Lv-M.ltaaro'-'O'J1I _,,.,,,, L Lv, 1144am 1164am 1ila 1Mre
Cigars Hayward J. E. Removed hall M. C. Removed PRECINCT No. is.: 250am 100pm 94Saa 215$
100 alii 04pm Ar.wem Palm ,
Hitler. P A. Dead Howard Frank Removed BeaclL L 734km6fi9km 11 R
Bryan, F. G. Removed 936am 104.pmlltfpm LV..ILLrWerdal _Ly 12*
Hazell, L. C.Honiker. Removed Hart, W. K. Removed Flynn, Peter Removed 73Sam Ar aami_ _Lv too ... ISM
R. I. Removed W. .F. Removed tiouOkm 't iOaIII Ly Yl.al 510 0/
j Jibb, Stricklin, D. C. Removed tit(W pta
W. E. RemovedKurtz am 1060 alii Arr.-.Home.twdr.,, Lv 210pm
Hough,
Have Made C. MKru.se Dead Johnson Jones, Jesse, Frank Removed Removed White, M. S. Removed. I ti 00 pm AtXnIgbCe Icy Dock..Lr __.-_
.
f J, H. Dead Johnson, Ed. Removed PRECIXCT Xo. 14. D lly except 8un
t Kessi, Z. A. Removed Johnson J. D. Removed Bryant Tom DeadChandler TKABRANCHL.av =+
A Reputation of 1 King. B F'. Removed I Jenkins, Ed. Removed F. S. Removed
Keown W J. Removed Keller J. C. Removed Carberry, Thomas Removed : L LAST PALATL4 Anty. Lave PALATICA TOp
Keel, C. A. Removed Knight, A J. Removed Goodwin, Barney Dead _& TO PALATKA Palatka Palatka LAST PALAT><4S,0

Keith. C. A. Removed Keeley, Thus '1. Removed Goodwin, Wellington Dead am ..-N .15 Danr 6 60 am 666 am N0. 47 Dany 1
Their i Own.The I Ixmgdon, A. 1'. Removed Kohler J. A. Removed Gorry. Abe Dead 9%zs as 1ta b D.1l1 116 as 600 am ..._No. 19 Davy 1
as Na l0
MaMHi, John Removed Jeffries, Jack DeadLivingston .,.,_ D.uy I45 am II 16 am Na 61 Dally I
Leach B. F. Dead II 50.m No 63 Dan/ 10 pm 260 _Io. 63 Pally 194Ib
pm
Murphy, R. H. Removed Lee, II. M. RemovedRemoved A. 1.. Removed pm "., Na 61 Datir 43 pm 430 pm ..No. H Daily /a
success of the San Mateo Cigar is one of ii' McElroy, F. 1'. Removed Murray, L, M Lawrence, A. I_ Removed Sib 135 pm -.No._..... IS Da11y._ If6 pa 706 pm Na 67 Daily i9
McElroy.O, C. Removed Mason, B. RemondAfuldrow Noble Mason Jr. Removed m -.No. 6a Ddl ..., 766 m 900 m -. Na 59 Datl ._.. it

the greatest industrial: triumphs of the East Coast McXulty, Muses RemovedMcCorkle Julio RemovedRemoved Ogle W. F. Removed SAN MATZO BRANCH

Lent Removed Morrison, D. Rawlins, Peter Dead ta.; EAST PALATIIA An1 Leave SAN MATZO TO.letka
since the freexe. McClary. W F'. Removed ; Rast. Henry Dead
Stickler, J. E. Removed TO IIAN MATIiA a& EAST PALATLA
Neal, J. H. Removed Miller, RossMcCullum Jjead Saunders, J D. Removed la
Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the penin- j Xelson. J. II. Removed 11. T. RemovedRemoved Suggs& W. W. Dead 7 imam .Na Na W d Dahl 5.11 160 as 100 am Na to Dairy 11m
Itb nt 340 nt _No.14 Pdl'I
Parker C P. Removed Weaver W. I.
sula of Florida and the Island of Cuba and McCullum, H. Dead .
: can produce, wrapped Na.21 Half }Aal7 t
,
Peaks, L. (J. Removed McDowell'', J. H. Removed Villtson, C. II. Removed MAZPORT N a id Xa*

4; with the rich, silky leaf grown on East Coast )'lantations, Patton, Robert Dead Osborn, W. S. Removed Wells, Edmund RemovedWant I D.Uy Daily Daily BRANCH Deny l 7 .

the of the world has Letter ds. Palti.son.C. R. Dead Parkinson, John B. Dead Lawrence Removed boopm 200 'Uam
: cigar industry never produced gnie K. Removed pm LY-JatboIlYUle-U 700 am II 'S
Hitlianlson. Peacock, Jus. Dead PRECINCT Xo. 15. a40pm 21opa 102/am LVS'. IO&aca..LVloam t IMsaI
For sale all the hotels and clubs and the Union Reid R. A. Removed Supra 315 19feam .
Ly leading by Poppell, J. C. Removed pa Ly.All.atLB .Z.L 15 am 1> i Russell Arthur Removed Edge S.J.Hunter. Removed __,,l m LOO m lO4eamAr.N., rt..L, a00am 115!
News train Florida finny, J W. Removed J. M. Removed
Company on every entering !10.3
Richards: O. I.. Dead Peaeoek, G. It Removed No.l 1a3 Na4 Nay !

Twenty sizes, styles and grades to M'lect:; from Rjlnnd. A.R. H.Renney E.. Removed Deal Purdy E. H. Removed Odum Parish Leonard L. C. E. Removed Removed P s Uaily i'un ea.eua Datly lapply&9ocb ez.8un.Dall ex.eun D Ily ez.gun.Dally IoM hied 6

Peeks W RemovedParker
m PRECIXCT No 16. 310 pm 9 00 am Lv,New Smyrii Ar 113 I m TUtuvnb
Shield R. T. Removed pm pm a o0 am Lv
I'OIl SALE BY ALL DEALERS.ManuF.u Removed J. R. Removed 3n pm iO Y)sm Lv,Lk Uele* Lv 12It pm 4 it pm 900 am Ar. Hanford IR ,
Smith, Peter Pratt Peirre d'A. Removed Alexander, A. H. Dead T $ pm 10 50 am Lv.orange City Ly if 20 pm 410 pm
lured By J Sudder. Joseph Dead Roy. R. I.. Removed Baird, !.. B.Hinson. Dead .Inns l1OOam Lr.Or a Cit Je 1216 m 400 m
Shields, J. F DeadSwerdferger Reed, Archie Removed John Removed ...UK U.,lade>t Del-ht, Key fnek for K.v W eat aad A..ua sasi

S. W. ROWLEY SAN MATEO II. G.Sjxncfr Dead Removed Roberts, Geo. Hemo"edHobinson Johnson, Alfred Dead a... Tilaa TABL1l8 9hew the tlme at whleh trains may be eIpi%
FLORIDA II. R. W. Removed Tippans, B. Removed .I v. and d.paet from th .r.ral.tatlo.s; but their arrival or depsrta.rl
=Smith, Harry Removed Russell, John Removed 'lied I.a.t a..roatesd, aor d...ta.Company held It.elr re.poa.Ible fW ey
PRECINCT Xo. .r .w eons wens arisis Therefrom,
l I rte k llk'4+1+A111 AdJfre 1 4f )I Smith E.: G. Removed Removed Rogers II. T. Hemo'edReid. I. f.
Thornton, J. P. t > .
Otis J. Removed Carson W. J. RemovedCarpenter spy hr.L.ea1T1 .CardorOtherr.f.n.ad.
--- --- ---- --- ---- -- W. M. Dead ,
Thorp, Richardson, S S. Removed Walter RemovedEdmmister .0 RAHNERAsstataat0.a.151TPaai. T. .
A Auausn'
Webb, T. R. l>ead Robertson, W. RemovedItuberts A. R. Removed
f
Westley, Wm. Removed Thos Removed Hayman, W. Z. Removed
Veargin, C. II. Removed blue, J. 8. Removed New land. W. J, Removed Figures hon above for the MaT|,,>ri llrnnrn and .rllnc.' sty Brand*-
FULL Pokey, I';. RemovedPRECINCT Simons, Jim Dead Summerhn, T. D. Removed not corrrrt. I'aalt'ngen "hoU"I"'cur"lIcbl''uh.lnrurllla'I'' 7 fur thew trslst J.
: No. 4. 8nowdf, U. Z. Removed Wallace, J. G. RemovedDead Florida ta:
Butler, John F. Removed Story, W A. Removed Walters. W. T.
r Dripgor. J. F. Dead Stevens, W. II Beuun'edSmith. :Smith Joe Dead
!u EXPRESS Jones, Clias. Removed .'. M. RemovedStewart.
J
: PRECINCT Xo. IS.
'' :Monroe. J. M. Dead J. M. Removed ATLANTIC COAST
1 4tI PREPAID Monroe, Jack Removed Stewart; 1'. W. Removed Adkin, R. M. Removed LINE
McLain. Alex. Removed Suydt'r. X. F; HetuoSih'rrDliil \('() Bellamy, I.. I.. RemovedEnglish RAILR6t

Tedder T. E.: Dead Gf'o. Dead B. F. Removed

II Mar.R.! I.. Dead Thorpe, II IL Dead I Gould! C. A. Removed
I + PRECIXCT Xo. 5. Thomas. W. K thO\'f'd Lindsay, J. I U. Removed

I o Twine, W K Removed Lindsay J. II. Removed GOES EVERYVHERE.North
I Hinson. John Dead Thomas, Jesse Removed I I Miller, J. C. Removed .
) a Bennett, J. B. Removed Ward, Gus Dead I Muse, E. L RemovedItaulerson
Crawford: Thomas. RemovedFrank Wehner. Carl Dead W. II. Removed
, IDoz J. \\ Dead Wilkinson, J W. itemovedWinningham I starling, R. R. Dead
a so MiQuaig, J. J. Removed C' A. Removed Sew ell, Lewis RemovedRemoved
; WI7151
I r v w4 DELIVERED FOR Roberts, P.. .U. Dead Walton, F. II. Removed I: Windam, J. E.PRECIXCT. South!;
Waldo, C. 1' Removed Williamson. H. :3. Removed i

I $12 PRECINCT Xo. 6. Wilburn, H. B. Removed Xo. 20.? i

Braddo, S. A. Dead White, Clllrk Removed i Raggett, W. A. Removed j
Hrunson, S. T. Removed Young W. H. Removed Burd. S. Removed East West :
Butler, S C Removed Yarborough, II. B. Itemov.ed. Belknap D. C. Removed ;
Faison' B. F. Removed Zanders. C. A. Removed Britt J. H Removed
i CHAS. BLUM & COMPANY\ Griffin: J. D. Removed PRECINCT Nn. 9. Bunch J. B. DeadRemoved T
fi
Garden, J. L, Removed Cross E:. W.
AliEXCY(; PAIWT BREWING TO.. Harri::. J. C Removed Bennett, Thomas Removed Craig, II. W. Removed I
Healy. W. B. Removed Bennett, C. S. Removed Dorsett John Removed Consult r.ff
: Blue Ribbon Beer: and Lewis 66 Whiskey l\cr. W. P. Removed Bailey, A. J. Removed i 1 Hires, II. E. Removed the "Purple c 1d I e

M Long, G. W. Removed Bellamy, W. M. Removed Hires J. M.Hmick. 1. Dead

Send for free List. IACKSOM( I' I.E. rI.I .,\. Moody hham Removed Cory, J. H. Removed I G. S. Removed ,
: I RulfTS n, B. B. Removed & Ben Removed 0 hires W. II. Removed and
For '
-- Ri<'hanfcpn. I). \\'. Removed Johnson, P. W. I'ead' Heath. G. I.. Removed detailed information rates, srlii'dules
:S\ke;; Walter Removed Johnson,C. W. Removed Herrirk, M. I B. RemovedHemoved j
THAN A QAT IOFA CENTURY UilliW.. R. Removed'PRECINCr.Xo. I I )Ie Daniel, T. 1). Removed Jtihn.-on, I.. E.: &t:
pORMORE 1 : 7. I I Parrott, W. J. Dead Johnson, H. II. Removed (ervations:' see your nearest ticket jwiit, write ;
have II III I Robiumon C S. H"mo"f'd Jones, J. B. H..n..v"d i
1. We he.en..su.pplj'i1\g! inc. Brmllry. Ri bt Dead | Rush, A 11. Reliwved Johnson, II. M. Removed call

necJs MLcK"ner> I BlOw. rman. JasRuthr. Removed Savage, 1'. C.: I:t'Ihtl".tJI Jmni.Min. F. RemovedRemoved{ on
of j LlSe. S. K W. Removed ,r I Savage, J f.. H..mn\.tJ Klutz, li. L. 1

We tarry alaTgeMALSBYloMPANY stOF-I'oJ : I BaWr. O. F. Removed I|I Savage. l'. tV. 1t'lIIund: Martin J. G. RemovedRtmoved
'Bennett H V. Removed Savage. D. r. H"OIh\.d Middlf>ton, W C
PtJRTABLEANDSTATiOMARYEtr( .INE ]OIL- ('an')1' F. Removed |I,I :Saul, \\'. (II. ltenNrvwltltlliams 1 Mulkey. I. T. Removed Frank C. Boylston Pass. Ajj|

ERsSo,1i11s,011, Vioo( d.WorknlttiI1 1i1\- I Coney. James Removed j I IDel' H 1'. "nl"HI Middle-ton, F. L. KemovetlDiad Traveling
i
e.3, 9a"a of all Ki.tdsBeltwg CU\4 sI4frtcs; .<, W G. RemovedF'a..ley. PRECINCT NO. 10 Olds P. F. I
J. R.Eubank RemovedRemoved
QTR! !, s. F. T. Abbott, W S. Removed Rush. W. A.
Fugitn, Clias RemovedllavwardT.tV. Cunway A. H. tt..n.\.tJ Roberts, Fred Removed Removed A. W. Fritot Division Pass. Agent! tr i

Removed Copeland, Eel" Removed Sweeny, Walter i
W fiU1TH S1; ATLANTA CiA. I Iiall, .F. S. Dead Carpenter J H. Removed Selden, J. H RenwjvedRemoved I

JODf1I.1si&h Dead Dlluttt. A. 1. Dead Spencer, Phil Removed Jacksonville, Fla. s

d
re,

.