The Daytona gazette=news
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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 24, 1908
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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0.. ey.ryvaen Rudl" All CI...... Daytona, Florida, Saturday, October 24, 1908. Bet At M.dlu. IB D.yt>n. and Vicinity. Price 5 Cents

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i SPECIAL MEETING[ ****************************************************
NNARRIVING. Fronting on the Electrk Litthta IUd

,r W COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.lit i I IBE NOVEMBER[ [ [ELECTION.t [[ I STATE Of FLORIDA.lit 1 Halifax River Modern ImprovementsSCHMIDT'S i

Fall and Winter stock of Cretones, Denims,Curtain Scrims and lit lit > lit K lit lit :

,'Dress Goods, Hosiery, Notions and In fact a complete line Candidates Certified and Ordered Ballot For Volusia County Will Florida Statutes That Must BeObeyed. :<< HOTEL
rta store. Is arriving and belog'put
0 on display. Owing to << Formerly Nlnnidt's \ ilia.
.wholesale prices we are enabled this season to offer much betuny Placed on Ballot.-The Contain Names of Seventy- .-A License For : ,
lines. Our Wool Dress Goods this will be HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Proprietors.UAMONA 4 ,
Inspectors Appointed.A eight Candidates.The Non-Residents. : i
ifacturers and in an entirely different line from previous years << FLORIDA. I .
us to give the best values ever offered by saving the jobbersJt special meeting of the hoard of secretary of state has certi- Under the laws of this State it is : Ist

will.pay to wait and s.e them.PeckHendricks. County Commissioners was held at fled to the county commissioners) illegal to hunt, chase, kill or molest : .

-- DeLan 1 on Wednesday of last week the names of the candidates for national any wild deer, except during the : Fin Home Table Delightful,
Company. with aft members except Dr. E. L. and state offices to be votedon months of November, December anJ : Reasonable Rates Kunnjr Rooms

INNNNA .......................... Potter present. T. J. Murray was at an election November :3rd.t January. The law provides a maximum !................M1lrfii ... ..........................

elected chairman pro tern. is a long )list j and contains the. fine of $100, or imprison- -

All the names certified to the names of candidates representing. meat for six months.It a

1..6AR. iN R : hoard as duly nominated candidateswere six political parties as follows: U equally unlawful to have City Hotel ;

::HAS. CO. ordered placed on the official ('\I rRESyE\. deer meat in one's possession duringthe

allot The only new names are Fin I>District Stephen M. Sparkman closed season. In adJiticn to t OPEN ALL THE YEAR :

hose of E. E. Ropes as a candidatefor democrat; Geo. W. Allen republican this the law it very explicit in regard 1'r ,
the legislature, and J. I' Turner ; C. C. Allen socialist. to selling the flesh or hides or u .E :
[Dry Goods. I as candidate for j justice of the peaceat Second District-Frank Clarl, shipping same from State. r$ r :r, I ELECTRIC BELLS i t
New Smyrna. Commissioner democrat; William R. O'Neal republican When it comes to game birds, especially I x i Hot and Cold Baths

Cranor and Clerk Jordan were appointed ; A. N. Jackson, socialist. i l turkey and quail the law is to Table FirstCladsS3 '3

,. :. a committee to prepare the Third District-J. Walter Kehoe,! very clear in regard to just manyhirdli '.;:

f"" Phone 102 Anthony Block ballots and have them printed.C. democrat; Dannitte Mays democrat; I of each species may be killed j GEO. H. MATTHEWS \

M. Bingham, of Daytona, aud William II. Nurthrup, republican; by a single hunter and the number ) '
i S. A. Wood, of Del.aml, were appointed C. M. Wood, socialist. which a party of two or more persons .

.L NA, FLORIDA. as a (committee two other PRESIDENTIAL: El.KToR.-t. may kill in a day's hunt. Hereis '-.-....-.-.....--.-..--..-.-....-....-............-..- 4..........
....................................! members to be appointed liy. W. Democrats-H.'. Bailey, P. W. the law: -,i
I). Cannons, and the fifth to fee selected Butler[ Robert II Davis, Geo. C. "No (person or persons shall have The r I irt cess I Issens hotel Is the opened fine new the stone past and winter frame at JSeabretze J .

by these four, to exan/ne the Martin, Samuel 1'asco.Republicans in his, her or their possession, or I Florida It will. continue"Iwn for the arcomodatioa of summer
|.......l.lil.MMI.IM.IM.ltl....... tour \\.ts. located In large groumN' 4 minute, walk from the beach; modem T -;
DeLand.Dartona road ana r> deter- -Z. T. Bielby, J. shall hunt or kill any wild turkey
" conveniences: rooms lant and airy; FII.| ;.Mi ions and breezy verandas. Good + .."
lal Groceries i ,mine whether W. C. CWuons j.I is T. Carnelf, C. II. Stewart, 11. W. or quail or partridge in any part <>f I : home table;everv thing fir>>t.rhiss: summer rates. Alldresa' .

i I complying with his contra This Jishop, C. G. Parlin.People's this State save only from the fin t : ADA W. POWERS. SEABRI EZE. FLORIDA. | ,
I. committea i is to report at the next l'arty-I1. !.. LIi-Kinnon, day of November until the first day I ...+.........+....*......- ....+...+...............+.. ;,

7 : meeting of the hoard, and everybody T. J. Bell, W It. Peterson, .T r., I. of March, of each year. No person .-..' .-.- ................................................ -
. :.It has been our aim to establish IS to abide by the decision of the I. Cahoon, Henry Rut>h. shall kill more than two wild turkeys -I i A\U! COTTAGES Z S :
fa grocery here that will meet committee, whatever the decision Prohibition Party-Stephen E. nor more than twenty quail, UAYTONA BEACH. FLA. 2 f -.'
' : Foster F. Preston Bullock Francis and of : rapacity 30 room ]: with the popular wants of the may lie. no party two or more persons i, improvement lean sul!lup-to.d.lp. I Located lon Seabreeze Avenue a short .i
peopl(1.Ve study their wants : Inspectors for the election were I'. Coflin, K E. Johnson, Francis shall kill more than four wild turkeys ., distance from Atlantic ()(.'an. Summer rates $1 no) per day and up. Special "
; t : appointed as follows for the different 'ratt.Independence. or more than forty quail in I 4, rates by weekor season<< i
.j-and their needs and buy accordingly. E. L, HOWARD Proprietor.
I R. L. MrE And shall .
} ) \Ve not overtaxed : prenuds: Party any one day. no person I.................................................... 1
; are No. 1 I. fnlnprise-.J. II. Padgett. Cliht'k, J. McDonnell, James kill more than five wild turkeys in I IT
jlwith and enabled to L. N 1....N.....N.ti NN 1.N N N N N NN t11; .N NN NI .
expense are Jos Padgett H. F. Qiiatkenboss. )argue, Jr., W. C. Harper, C. anyone year, and no person or per I -

)tsell at moderate prices. Give : inspectors; Theodore Thorp, clerk. Thompson. sous, firm corporation, association LING I WAH( rFIRSTC1.Ass

-Lns a trial for the coming month. : Xo. 2, Orange City-Lelioy liar- Socialist l'artK D. Barker, J. or company shall, sell expose: for :
: din. John 13. Welsh, F. C. Graham, J. Collins, J. N. Ice, E. C. 1 W, K sale or have in his, her or their possession 1 I.

-t'j. inspectors; O. N. Dozier clerk.. I C. Smith. for sale in this State, any CHINESE LAUNDRY :, .

\\W.::: CARROLL, No. :1. DeLand-S. U. Wright,: DEMiKRUK STATE TU1 hKT. wild turkey, quail or partridge. Any 214 North Beach Street. DA\TONA. FLORIDA.

Jr., R. C Hushnell. G. T. Self in- Oo'ernor-Alt.ert W. Gihhriht i person> or persons, corporation, association .
Stiff bosom shirt, open front..12 r sight Shirts.__ ._____ ...10 ; ;
Grocer. spectors; Noel 11. Montreville clerk. Secretary of State-H. Clay Craw- or company violating any White shirts_.._ ........................10 I Wiiolcn Shirts...,__. .. .. 10 I .
'ht North __Beach st. No.I, Deacon Springs-Perry ford. of the provisions of this section Check shirts...... ......................._ S I Undershirts.Drawers .................. ........... .8 ..
: Otto H. KercholT/ W. S. Hro Comptroller C. Croom. shall, upon conviction thereof, be, ,: New shuta..l:1: ...................._.. ............- 8 '
Telephone No. 19.111111111111111111h1. Jones V Knott.Commissioner fine of less than > Shirts collar! attached........... ........13l l'ksl'er pair....,.......................... 3
E. Treasuier--W. punished by a not i
..............1: derick inspectors; J. Dreggors, l Collar.ea("b.?.......... .....................2} Ilantlkercb rfs.......__......._...._. .. 3 .
clerk. of Agrh'ultureH.Eo fl'j:! or more than $1(10( ), or be imprisoned J Cuffs, per pair.................................. :5 Silk lIandkerchiefs......__
No. ,">, arLenille--Ha'monll l :McLin. in the county jail not exceeding -' .
YOU WILL FIND WHAT YOU SEEK !Peter Stone, J. I H. Heacotk, Superintendent of Public Instruction (GO; days or less than 3Odays" > Also Indies Clothes at corresponding prices. 4J.
estate," whether ) Moody, /NNNNNNNN..N..th....NNNtN.........NN .
I under the category of' real inspectors; W. A. McHride, clerk. --W. M. Hollow ay. I
'-c--- it be a house,store, stable, farm or city No. C. Seville-A. A. Ferguson Attorney General-Park M Tram It is legal to shoot duck from OcJ I J l... .....,.... $ .$. $t4 $. "
country lots unimproved for yourowD ten mell.! toher let to March 30th. I,
in R. C. Woolwine J. ( Robinson. ; Go to
hold as an
others or
to rent to j :
envy.jstment, -ail these parcels-on our list,, inspectors; G. M. Prevail, clerk. Justice of Supreme C.ourt-\'m. One section of the law...1"')n,ides|I

which are free to your search. We are ai No. 7, Onnond-.lames Grocer, A. lIod'r, Thos M. Shacklefon'. that it shall be unlawful to kill \: \ j

tour service for anything in the real e tat.vusiness. II S. Ellsworth, Chas MvNdry, inspectors Railroad Conunibsioner-Royal C. catch or hate in your possession, '! ]: CONRAD GROCERY CO.for
Dunn I dead wild bird other 1
= ; F. A. Carnell lerk. living or any | ;:
Ed. Horn!, W. 0. RHUI1K: sun Tit'kkT. than a game bird No part of the :
BUTLER No. 8 -
C. Daytona
J. bird I your Pet (Cream) Milk, (0) small cans for 25c,
0 GO\'ernor--Jolln M. Cheney. skin or body of
Hobbs, W. M. Moore, inspectors; any i : _
Real Estate. Lif, Fire and Accident. Ins B. Young clerk. Comptroller I.. Skipi er. protected by this section may be I : to go on yourToasted .
Phone 234, Daytona Beach, Ha.MM I. E sold had 1 in for sale. :
No. U, Port Orange M. T. Pat- Treasurer- I or possession Corn Flakes, Post Toasties,
tN tillo, John Yelvington. M. Bangs, Secretary of State-John F. Horr i Only the following are considered : : 1
NN N : inspectors; R. L. McDonald, clerk Attorney GeneralFred C. Cub- game birds: swan geese, brant, '! :E Puffed Rice, Wheat Berries or

Ask for the Bread : No. 10, New Sm'rna-K. C. berly. I. river and sea ducks, rails, coots,,j' :| Triscuit all at lOc each.

: Goodwin, J. M. Knappe, Geo. K Superintendent of Public Instruction mud hens gallinules; the seniicol, : .
with the stamp of : Mendall, inspectors; Chas R ld/er --Geo. \"'. HolmesCommissioner commonly known as show birds,[:\ S. \1.. Itiscuit and Quaker. Oatmeal. 2 for 25c.t .

: clerk. of Agriculfure--J. plover, surf birds, snipe, woodcock, : :t Cream of Wheat, KaNton Breakfast Food or

: No. 11, Oak Hill-Coleman Williams F. Stunkel. sandpipers, tatters and curlews;, ,: ;> Petit John' at 15e each.

Bakery : Lee Dyall) 11 S. Barker, inspectors o Railroad ComrnissionerS.V.. wild turkey, grouse, prairie chick en, :
Daytona t Itumford Baking l l'o\\der, 1 pound) can 25c.
i jalso
fir !
.a.Sf ; H. G. Putnam, clerk. Rowley.Supreme. pheasants, partridges and quails; j :>

r No 12?, Tom uk a-II. X Mcl ean, Court Judges-E. lily, turtle doves and wild pigeons j:I The Conrad Grocery Company :
So M. Newborn M. C. Cone, inapt-c Fred W. Marsh.stiTHI and robins I j :
H. tors; W. E. Brease, clerk. I>T STATE: THI SET. Birds which are not included inthis :. 1.1 T Conrad A Cci's, old stand \j ,

Y No. 13, Glencoe-Jack Mitchell, Governor-.\. J. Pettigrew. section and are unprotected : u # *** *****.**......**.*..**.*.*.... 1li j
Proprietor. Futch, 'w\wc Secretary: i>f SUte-A. C. Sill. are: : -
n jOar- Lucius White, \ ... .
> .+..+..*+++.............+4 tors; M. Bennett, clerk. Trc.l'turer-A. B. Kimball. The English sparrow, sharp j: .

No. 14, Lake Helen--C. P. Russell Superintendent of Public Instruction liinieil hawk, commonly known as !: ) ; ;tiC ;; ;i.

-************** *** ...***.**...*t**.****l: I). M. Yebt, J. T JelTries, inpec -Mrs. S. F..J. Linn.Railroad little blue darter; Cooper hawk, I:: Day | 1 i.f f
J. Clark the blue
clerk. Coiuinissiout r- ommonly known as big
'Urn.; I... 1'. Mace, I
4 ERICKSONWood I sp No 15, Clift..ll0.. W. Te lderawson Beach. darter, great horned owl, crow, ricebird (:

', MaKer. WorKer. ) Brown Henry 1. Cliftonnspeclors Commissioner of :Agriculture meadow lark, jackdaw and ;(: Will be turned on \ i
J R. C. Breeland, clerk. Chas F Schneider.CinuptrullerC. butcher bird are not included among I ,

frames. Door and Window Screens made to order. J.or No. 10, ;Slelson-A. .1. Gothic! I Meitin the birds protected by the two preceding \, December 1 1908. I d

DAYTONA; I-_t.A.wea J Womlvvanl.: B. F. Cohvn1, To these will be added the names ," section Nothing in said i j 1 i
Cottage Avenue J George
',. .**......*. Neal Alexander, c lerkNo of the nominees for the several. sec'turns shall prevent any citizen in : 1
<.eeereeA esx .*.******* nspec tors; This will tlic -iti/cns of Daytona) ,
-- George Carpeler count offices, making a total of 73 the :State:; of Florida from destroying g11'e ,
17, Osteen (
........1...1.1. Samuel Kirk, J. E. 1V1I, ill"pt't-" ] names oa the ballot to be used in birds which are found injuring : ealnee/e and 1)iI3-toua l ) Jieach an oi !+ I
...................... :I no.. G Brooks, clerk Vi,Illsia county. grape, fruits, gardens or farm ,
Electrical Contractor orb; S ---- ? miduits on his premises or from Iiortunity to ;
C. Qllattle-
1 No. IS.Holly I ulterttt't
and in
taking keeping a cage anyardinal
Electors. t
1 Presidential
We then.II, Sr, G. W.larris Democratic i
Wm. bird
1 bran, red 1 bird or mocking
)House Wiring a Specialty. i ( insi>ectors; E. A.. HiI.harI, As there will probably he 1 from for his own pleasure or amusement; Electric Fans, Flat Irons, Machines\ \ i ij

trical Supplies of All Kinds. Fiitures. Shades, ,lerk.No. twentj-five to thirt-five names of provided) the same shall not l he sold : I j .

i' No. S Orange avenue, IAYTONA, t"I.A. i ( 10; Piersou- M. J. Mclndon. Presidential Hectors on the l allottt or shipped l out of the State j' aNti motors of \niioii\ kimU.: The operating !i
............. Ptter Pit.rs.m, the Xovtmlr electionit A license i is exacted 1 from nonresidents 1
voted l in
................... < Jhas Swartengren, : lie who come here to hunt. of motors l ly, i-K-rtrii-ity) i; rliau !
Smith clerk. will be well for voters to study
inspectors; S. The tax is > 1O for the season.More I
.. 14.....*.*.*.*1**.* No :?H Seabree/e-Thomas Sims' and familiarize themselves with the and economical.' k u :-il,out
N.1.NNNNN F Chas. F. Burgm.inBo>dH: oemaler, names of the Democratic electors we I ]
IEN YOU'ARE"CONTEMPLATINQhanized inspectors; Chas. A. Kenney. rkrk. should all vote for, as follows: Burglaries. il ght"Plant xI

Iron Tank, a new Tin Hoof, a Hot Air Furnace, I II. P. BAILEY List work someone entered the Adam Sctatz {Electric
,. and ,
homes of Theodore NngaLtk
complete a nllll'rn Death of Curtis I P. W. IUTLER.uonr I
other metal necessities required to K DAVIS, Morris \\"il.ler. :at I I143tttut> ; l IV.11 hDMsser .
is i in receiptof
( M. Bingliam II I1
M.ihlTIN I drawers were pried c'I' nan I : (
.. iber that from Geo. CJuuiilx-rlin, of GKO.: C. :
"'. a letter !he had tnfor, SAM u I HI.:. K PASCO I the houses left in a tnpsr turkey -------------1 '
Joliet, 111, convey'n that tie I
SON condition. It is presumed _
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1C. NASH d that Curtis eeks recently
.. rLA.retl nation r\a\d., where he -Just rmiveil fall and winteimples. depredations which have been w) ..................i.................................: I .
DAT'I"QlA.' ,... died at the eight Yt'lr-. < If Ate have not made you numerous of late ate cvmmitU-d 1 by J. F. CLARHFISH. :. l.i.'.
has resided: for past hoodlums A united fffoitshoul / .
fair prices. will local
.' reliable nervlte at in Day .i hint give H-* a trial-and 1 you : optic a 1 II I Hai. Game in Sr'asun. All orders :
to give i prompt Mr. Weeks was be satisfied but will be pat .I t/e t matte to appreUud the u.ll;: rtt:the prompt! attention J
[fepaifdfop on Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory. tona, and during the Spanish-mer- not onl) home: industry. offenders and I junish them t> the:1: Cottage Avcnur, DAMON'A, .L\. .

.;* Out of town work eolicited. lost) War was a member of the II'alN rouizing a IkastTf, The Tailor. full extent cf the law ;....................1.4.............N..NN...1

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THE DAYTONA GAZETTENEWSPUBLISHED They added much to the social life Holly Hill. I To the Young
at Seabreeze and will be missed bya fffgsElixr9fSennl( Ma1\

EVERY SATURDAYT. large circle of friends.S. Holly Hill, Oct. :?:?- Iro anti .Mrs. syrup ... ,

E. FITZGERALD, Editor H. Cove is having a handsome Heacock, Sr., returned last week to seeking something especially nobby
coquina chimney and mantel builtin their home in barforville. I I .t
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and suitings and over-
Q \ uncommon. ,
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the of George Wells' .
THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY parlor Vet Cave is home again after an !
I coatings we suggest an inspection of !
some home on Ocean boulevard the absence of two ,
( INCORPORATED) years. Cleanses the System Ef feetually.Dispels -
Rail and Winter
1V il- the 500 ,
once historic home of Helen Mrs. Anderson and granddaughter \ (Loldsanalieaaarlies r
I mans. :Major Pellett is doing the Miss! Eva Malm who h1lx't'n :' fabrics displayed in our tailoring
Class Matter.
Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona Florida as due to (Constipation;
work and making a fine job of it. i I II visiting Mrs. Peterson, have returnedto departmentThe
Winter residents returning home i r ala. I'I Acts naturally, acts truly as
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1908 I ] I p J J
!are well pleased with the growth of I III Mrs. Chaa. Wetherell an I gills (\ LV e. assortment is from Ed. V. Price

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Seabreeze during the summer. !j spent from Friday until Sunday De t IprAlenAVomon ana Child- & Co., famous as the largest makersin

II Twelve new houses have either been 1 j jcompleted with her sister, Mrs.J A. 15. Wilkinson tenten- ouno and Ola.loOet the world of GOOD
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One copy six one months.year _.-.-_- ___..-.-.............. ...- -----. .75 or are in the course at Hawks Park. i itsiieneJicialEjectsAlways | d r
One copy copy three months __- _._._._.........._. -...... .40 construction since last t'ebruarr.1 Mr. and Mrs. Peterson were ini i iI b u y the Genuine hichhas Clothes
--- Valley street, Pinewood and Grand- I DeLantIlast week owing to the illness : 'me full name of the Lom- Tailored order ks

ADVERTISING RATES. view avenues have been extended of the former's sister. j +

DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS. tiorth to University avenue. Palmetto I The launch Two Chums took. raCALIFORNIA and embodies the most attractive j

(Rat Inch [Insertion to regular advert :!t'fS._... ............._.........10 cents Atlantic, Oakridge and I quite a party of Holly Hillites and patterns in browns, tans, drabs, greys,
per insertion for less than three months............... ._...........15 rent '
+ Kate Rate per per Inch Inch per per Insertion for single insertion..... ?.?............................30: cents Butler boulevards have been opened I I visitors to Urmond last Thursday' pa SYRUP Co. olives, smokes, stone and wood
READING NOTICES OK LOCALS. and the first named bhelled. An I afternoon. by\iwm it is manufactured.printed on the 4y

Rite per line each Insertion. -. _-,.... ............._.......10 cent eight-hole golf course is completed, !I Wetherell Messrs. Richards Hill and Cha*.1! SOLD PALL fnml of every LEADING I package.DRUGGISTS colorings. ,.
are on a
i RATES FOR CHURCHES LODGES ETC. and just as we are about ready for a I I. trip to the Haulover.away one size only! ,regular price SOtpwbotlle.Art Have a suit or overcoat made from
lodge and church notices other than religious
All club oociety organization
< proposition
services 5 cents per line. Cards of thanks 50 cents each. Resolutions, 5 cents trolley car system comes a your own selection of style and fabric
,* per line. Legal advertising& at legal& rates.GENERAL from S. H Gove and his associates -!I .... ....>tNN.ata NNi t00iii0t10.atNicI the want it unsurpassedin
just way you ,
business of
responsible men .
..r No single charge for display advertising of any kind less than 50 cents. the community which if the rightis l'I style, shape, fit and quality, for .
Good position given every advertisement. An extra charge of 2 rents rT inch I half what small tailor would fflflf 8m..i..hiZ.4
4 will be made for ads with specified positions. No special positions given on ads conceded will be a compelling I' a &.11'l
lea than five Inches.
No advertisements accepted for the first page. impetus of further growth. charge you. _'
4 Extra charge made on display advertisements containing an average of more
than 30 words to the [inch. Beach, Oct. 21? -E.: E. i ANTHONY BROTHERS. Incorporated.
All bUll payable on the first of each month. Daytona I 0. E. I II
Johnson has the contract to rebuild eR.T.m'I'I.: -- ---

Keating pier and began with a I U located 1 at No. 20 Magnolia :en e line of .....N......................................4...4 $)

p. DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL, STATE AND COUNTY TICKET. force of men Monday morning. An I

N kkRi extension of :?(*) feet will be con I EMBROIDERIES. I i Titusville Lumber Co., I II'

structed, and Mr. Keating says the
,} For President WILLIAM J. BRYANT, of Nebraska. work will be placed there to withstand A great variety in designs for NVaists in the new
For Yice-Preaident JOHN W. KERN, of Indiana. .
(t For United States Senator For Members of the Legislature the fiercest gale this time. Repousse, Corn Iledebo I Etc., also Lingerie de-I
U. FLETCHEK. MACON THORNTON The J C. Butler Real Estate Co., I
r For Member of Congress JAMES E. ALEXANDER. last week sold the two lots on Pine- Signs Leather Applique for library-and den.

FRANK CLARK. For County Judge wood avenue east of the Colonnades Uaby goods, Center Pieces and Pillows in Laces AT THE FOLLOWING PRICESJ
'-l. For Governor J. LEE l belonging to Miss Sara Lund to Rough Framing ........ .. ............. $12 50'
Circuit Court
ALBERT W. GILCHRISr.For For Clerk of the
SAMUEL 1>. JORDAN. Johnson the Colonnades Rococo and Darmsradt) work. : Framing, dressed four sides _____ 15 00t i
f Comptroller : Gray ,...... _._
A. C. CROOM. For Sheriff : A. Flooring Ceiling and Siding. 2250 I
For Treasurer EDWARD L. SMITH. proprietors; consideration 950.; ) B. Flooring, Ceiling and Siding.,..._....... ..... ......_ _._ 20 00
v'I, W. V. KXOTT For Tax Assessor Lone Bay i ia now open for reception Free Instructions tven.Boatmen : No. 1, Common Flooring Ceiling and Siding.?.. ....._....._ U 00
S. B. WILSON. __ _..._._.. :
For Secretary of State For Tax Collector guests-good meals pleasant : No.2, Common Flooring Ceiling and Siding ? 10 00-f:
'f fi. CLAY CRAWFORD 1 rooms: 21-41 f Door fend Window Casing and Finishing Materialdressed four stdeeu 20 00
f.. For Attorney General For County Treasurer D. P. SMITH. Miss Octavia Markham and Daniel ...................................................,. Sheathing, dressed one side____...--'...._..:__ 10 00
.d* PARK M. TRAMMEI.L. I J. J. VINZANT I : The above prices are for carload lots f. o. b. mills Titusville, FU. I
Sapp united in marriage Oct.
Foi Judge of the Criminal Court Nothing do to ,
:! For State Supt. of Public Instruction J j can more PROMPT SNiPMENT.-
; wxi. M. HOT.I.OWAY.JAMES. !l W. PLRK1NS. l.Uh: at Homeland Ga., the first :......v...............4....4.4....)4........ < M$.
.: I For Solicitor Criminal! Court marriage in the new colony locatedat I make the home attractive -

t I11.Superintendent Instruction that place. The bride is a grand-I I I than toBRIGHTEN ..............N....4..........4..N.1....NNtNNHI .
;: and dealers in bottom boat
'1 For State ChemistR. I A. O. BOTTS daughter of W. F. Knight paint
E. ROSE. For County Commissioner Dist. No. 4 made her home with her drop us a card with your address
f For Adjutant General W. D. BRADSHAW. grandp.\f-I I and learn how to keep jour boat
J. C. R. FOSTER. I For Member Co. School Board, Dist. 3 ents on Valley street bottoms clean for six months or UP
.J For Justices of the Supreme Court GEO. F. CROUCH. years. Mr. and Mrs Sapp arrived more without scraping. Trade discount i LADIES' HATTERS
WILLIAM A. IIOCKEKT110MA3 For Justice of the Peace. Dist. No. 8. here last Wednesday, and will prob-- to merchants. :
-:.,.. ably spend the winter here. outride and inside with $ No ,li South I l5n: .It St I..t. l iTtona.
.. --- --- -- -- -- --- --- Mrs. J. A. Coburn and daughter Canfield Company, I .....................................N......
f ......................+....+..+........++............ I
Lenta who are among the recent ar ST. AUGl'STINE, FLA.4N :

Beach. i rivals report a most delightful summer I! Paints, :+...................... .................. ....
Seabreeze and 1I
I Daytona
r j spent with Mrs. Coburn's parents I
on their farm hear Urbana, t1Jk69BestSf1EfN Stains andVarnishes.

't.S .. ....... AA ********.**.**_ .>**.**_ *. *_****.*_*.*.**.*_*.*.*.*.*. C. E.: Johnston, who with his I
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1t. Serbreeze Oct. 21--The towncouncil the Halifax. I family, has l been occupying the ,I

4-: in special session last Friday Rev. and Mrs. Waldron of Or- BUhopVcottage i this: summer, will I i/ cm BEST)uscin.grit ii will deliver gasoline without -

r night passed on first reading a mon 1 J. were pleasant callers at the II open the Haigh livery stables at A.dwoeflow..a.......Of ttr Jet them ofBingliamSMaleyCo I : .

tl" franchise presented by S. II. Cove hospitable home of Dr.) and Mrs Seabreeze Nov. 1st. I I ..o..mw A..Select.Rwdr.LSArh ud V,.Eul.rledjlard?oval for Sinstruwssswt bl olKaon I: any charge f for delivery at
lor an electric trackless trolley sys- Evernden Tuesday. Rev. Waldnm I Mrs. Nathan Roberts is: a pleasant w runoc rim rmssl ... C ,
tem for the town of Seabreeze. Mr. has had charge of the Union Church r visitor at the home of her sister I t .ml Complete MM eN aabc Fnm.ns II( Hoc*Omnamril For I t any point in Daytona, Sea

Gore addressed the council at Ormond for the year past. Mrs. Mason on the beach.A. I II' I I I I 'H... GBxniNC.. r. '-BMM...fJariok.COL.MQdI

briefly explaining by model the ad- :Mrs.: Wasson's cottage is being I' II. Stevens is expected to arrive -I II I FURNITURE UNDERTAKING I: breeze, Daylopa Beach, Or

vantages and operation of the proposed put in order for her arrival from Saturday from Macon on a visit iiNNN............ceee..1
system. Several members of Elmira this week. Mr?. \Vasson! to his family on Peninsula drive FREE f mond or Port Orange. Quality
the Daytona Beach council were will be accompanied her mother, I The new Seaside Inn opens Nov. : :

e present who in view of th/fact that Mrs. Baldwin who will .spend the 1st for the winter season. The II NEW Wall. f'ap.er chance A POST CAKI stating5 3 II I and quantity guaranteed.
}' a like franchise would Ife before winter in Seabreeze.Mr. I popular housekeeper, Mrs. T. M I.I I. uninviting dismal rooms into .\ ,nt.rooms you intend papering
't an attractive cheerful home. U'anted will bring you samples free.
them for consderation wAre equally and Mrs. II. C. IIucLland Smith, returned Tuesday from her We I, i Call Office Phone 128
place at your door the in Ij you intend painting end for
I interested on the subject. Many spent Sunday at New Smyrna and I summer vacation and is again in privilege of sel.-ction! from the Every: prigs and color card We e Mills Transfer!' 77
questions were asked and answeredand Port Orange. They went in com I charge.Mrs.. I largest and moat varied tuck I City have erthing in I'AIXT and v
; altogether the session was quite pany with Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Johnson I R. Carmine and little daughter in the South. I I' in can save you money. :. Warehouse (GO

interesting. A second reading will in Mr. Johnson's Buick machine ol Denver, are recent arrivals Paperhangers. write for' H<>ri..x. |Paperhangers. write for : Kerosene Oil Delivered by' Tank \\'flgon.i .

be taken up by the council next and had a very enjoyable day. I at the While (House. Mrs. Carmine agency. Agency.CONKOV .

Friday night. Mrs. J. W. Williams, who has is here for the health of her little I 1l KM 11fi W. Hay! St. BALFE- : CO., Jacksonvjllf, Fla. i Gasoline Machine Gas and Lubricating oilS.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rogers been spending (the summer with relatives daughter; and is much encouragedover NNNN..*..tNNNNtD.Ni.i.ltN.i.Nltt.0.N..t/..iNN &
handsome home Halifax at Lithia and the lifted i
on avenueis Marietta Ga., is improvement in a -nArmour's--
in the hands of a house cleanerin expected home next week. ''I week's time. :

view of their arrival next Monday. Mrs. C. Header, who spent the Mrs. R. C. Stout received a telegram Fertilizers are

Miss L. Blakeslee left Tuesdaynoon summer at Montvagle with Miss S yesterday announcing the I OUR FOUR CARDINAL PRINCIPLES-
made from the : i I
for Lowmoor Va., where she E. Russell, is now visiting her I serious illness of her mother at They ,, highest ,

will spend the winter with relatives. daughter WanI1IcCl.U1ahan. at Henderson Ky., and left on the i quality of animal
Miss Sara Lund leaves Monday Webb City, Mo., from which place I early morning train for that point. I pro ABSOLUTE SAFElY, insured iy ,
for Jacksonville to visit friends and she returns to her home in Seabreeze. Capt. Stone and wife who have ; ducts which are .
every .
enjoy the carnival.D. Rollins College has one student rented their pretty cottage in Sea- Grow

J. Johnson after a brief business registered from Seabreeze Miss Evernden breeze for the season, write that where known to be the Capital $1X),(100 i j

\ ,visit left Friday on his: return who completes the academic they will spend part of the winterat Surplus $250,000
to Uniontown, Pa. Mr. Johcson course this year. She will take a the White House. best forms of plant food.

expressed himself as well pleased 8pt'Ciall"Ourse in music. News came from Stetson University Bt'g I: Stockholders Liability 100,000) t

with the result of the all summer Mr. and Mrs.: Fluhart, of Holly last week that Arthur Parsons : Use them and your crops Actual l security depositors iM,000! )

work in improving the Colonnades.Mr. Hill were calling on friends: here had received a painfully sprainedarm I i

and ilrs. J. Ralph: Wilcox Saturday evening.J. while practicing in the gymnasium will grow better and cl i
NOTE This Bank W
: is Number One on the "Honor i
spent Saturday and Sunday at their G. Brown's two new cottages at that institution, and for a Crops
home on the Halifax. They will located on Piuewood avenue, southof time Rev.: and Mrs. Parsons were I your pocket book grow National Banks in Florida and No. 1ST in tLe. 1

close their summer home on the Ocean Boulevard, are receivingthe very anxious about him. He i I, fatter than ever before. United States, among over sixty-eight hundred KatHanks. '

Tomoka Nor 15, after which time finishing; touches at the handsof however, now reported as rapidly 1 .
they will be at home in Seabreeze for Mr. Drake. They are neat, mod recovering from the jar and strained]I .

the season. ern and in every way desirable ligaments, which were the results of : Manufactured in Jacksonville CONSERVATISMProven
Ballough A Haigh have a force of winter Louies The floors are un a fill. I I'

men shelling; Pinewood avenue north usually fine, luviug: beeu dressed Miss Mi\me Glenn, who has had Ly our success and, our rrpnt..ti..n..

from Glenview boulevard to t'niver- with a scraping machine just patents a pleasant summer with relativesin SQUARE DEALING

niiy avenue. Alsi work on the bj T. Z flir.ru L;, the ('Un. Pennsylvania, expects to spendthe

.. c.mnty road l between SJrtvze ad 1 ;;' t ''actor winter with her sister, Mrs S. LAfcGE ILLUSTRATED Ask our patrons.
: Ormond start this week and will I j S. E Gilmore last week punhased S Shoemaker on Valley street. CATALOGUE MAILED FDEE
be pushed. with all possible i of the M Mr. COURTEOUS TREATMENT .
speed. [ agl'ul..J 1. I'u.k. 0[ ()r.llaiulo and Mrs Edwards and son,

Mrs. slimy, who has been visiting a fine CaddU- machine. David Stewart, of Plymouth, }'1a., Open an account with us an.1H' will .Irmonslrate it-
with her daughter, Mrs Wakefield, I which he will run for hire this are guests at the White (House this "t,
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ou ridge left last luk-r. wetk.

week for her home near Cocoa. I 1. M. MaLI ell and family, who Mr. and Mrs. Griffin of Springfield FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ;

Mr. and Mrs. John Hunt after a I have been enjoying home life ou the Mass, and Mr. and Mrs Ellis,
I pleasant summer in the lake region beach since the dose 4)f the will '
Breakers again the
of New York, are again domiciled at I moved last Saturday to the- house.occupy Phillips apartment FLOUIDAOwR f rroR'{ .__ _.__ ST. AUGUSTINE FLA,7' -
L. their comfortable winter home on I R-wedah*. Palmetto avenue Daytona. November first.They will arrive about' --- JACKSONVTUC.: FLA. :S'SSSSrS.. .


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eM ills' Lunch is now open. |A feast for your eyes! Our new *FlR SALE-No. 1 bird dog, well Bitten By a Tiger Shark. .: ao .

Rev. and Mrs. W. IL Merrill were stock of jewelry and. silverware is broken. v Box 87. ....
One day last week while William

among the arrivals Tuesday evening. more attractive than ever this year, Mr. and Mis. Win. Wilder were McCormick was fishing near Ponce

W. E. Harding, of Boston, is the c me in and look around. among the returning winter residents Park, he met with a very serious I JOE OSBORNE

assistant to Manager Balch, of Anthony GEO. H. CLARK Jeweler. Thursday evening.Mrs. mishap. Mr. McCormick had just ,

Brothers' store. Dr. Carey P. Rogers visited with ., W. B. Chittenden arrived baited his hook and thrown it out f

Dr. E. C. Rosa arrived home i Dr. E. L. Stewart this week. Friday of last week. Mr. Chitten and was stooping over the side of

'icli i the East Coast. Let as bef visit at his former home, Hartford, decoration at Barnes' Novelty Store. previous week. monster tiger shark grabbed one ,

All Conn. hand and badly lacerated it. It
jewelers. ally guarf i Mrs. E. P. Hasty, of Ponce Park, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McLaren: arrived -
took the combined strength of two
Nunnally's Candies-nice and I is visiting Dr. and Mrs E. L. yesterday from Cincinnati and ; Ventilating.
i companions to keep the shark from
& Co.
f HOWE : Jewelers I fresh. Stewart.W. .
f, HASKIXS, The Druggist. are occupying one of the I*. Thompson pulling him overboard.

.- modore Allen, of Allenhuret, Chas. Lockwood arrived home M. Moore has leaded for residence cottages at Daytona Beach I I r r
Sunday in Daytona. Tuesday evening from New York, the Peters house on Ridce- I. C. McCann, of Mac's Cafe, arrived Funeral of Mrs. Heymann.
( Complete das Plants Installed.
.'Atirood has received a hand. where he has been spending the wood, owned by Mrs. C. A. CleggW. from Mackinac Island Thursday : The funeral of Mrs. Simon HeyJ -

9._yes'q. .; Atlas automobile. summer. H. Gardiner and family arrived uf last week, and joined his i i J manu was held from the undertaking t; Plumbing and Heating Supplies.

Is. Walker, of New Smyrna, W. C. Smith, the able assistant Wednesday from Mack"mac family at their place of business on parlors of the Bingham & Malcy !

_[.{Iisitor in Daytona Tuesday. postmaster, is again at his post of Island, Mich., where, as mini, they leach street I I Company last Sunday afternoon. Brass and Galv. Pipe and Fittings.

"'. H. H. Thorp and daughter, duty after his annual vacation oftwo spent the 8umm'r.Mrs. Mrs. O. E. Pratt has opened a department Rev. Byron F. Marsh preached a

( weeks. of art needlework at :'II non-sectarian sermon, after which
D. i-I
J. O'Niell. of
{KjUhrrn, expect to arrive in Kidgewood,
-.' New Magnolia avenue. Free instructions the casket was placed in the receiv- Fairbanks & Morse\ &
next Tuesday, the\ 27th. tAutomobile tires and inner tubes | Jersey, arrived yesterday and Engines Pumps.Niagara .
are given. See her advertisement: ing vault at Pinewood Cemetery. ,
'?'\ vulcanized at Oliver's joined' her son, Dr. O'Niell, who has
{rile tutoring by college grad. garageA. been here some weeks.N. in today's paper. Those who acted as pall bearers Hydraulic Rams.

;college preparatory or grade K Shanta" has purchased the
,v W.JL. Bragg, editor of the West'aim were: Capt. C. A. Young Henry .

:_'t. Miss M. S. Auger, Daytona Purr property which was recentlysold Wheeler stopped off at Day- } Beach Tropical Sun and business Schmidt, Henry Piepgras, J. B. Ireland Pipe Wrenches. -

:'1>' to J. D. Maley by F. W. tons a couple of days this week en- I
Pope Hinsky, E. M. Holman, W. M.
.. J D. Mal y and children re. I manager of the Florida East

as Commissioner.The route to winter homo at Lemon
Moore, D. D. Rogers, Louis Adler,
I yesterday from New York, Coast Hometteektr, was a visitor to '
I the '
on gulf coast
had been visiting Singer Sewing Machine Co. : E. L. Bond and F. D. Spring.
i,they several Daytona Thursday.As .
.. E.. E. Wilson manager, have opened For first-class work-D.tytona a demonstration of the demandfor JOE OSBORNE The Plumber i

4 up business in the Rush buildingon Steam Laundry, phone 8 tf Knights Banquet. ,
i3osden Lithia Water cottages for the coming winters

." Ihskisd, The Druggist; North Beach street A meeting of the Florida East U. Y. Stillman informs the Gazette Monday evening Fountain City) Phone 96. 11 Avenue. : i
Coast Autoaiohile Association will: I Lodge, No, ofi;( Knights of Pythias,' Orange
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Foltz arrived News that he has rented four nf his.i .
Florida Hankins has BO far he held at the clubhouse Wednesday tendered the families _. ,
-- .. from Chicago last Sunday and cottages within the past seven da 's. '! a banquet to .
her illness
from to be _
as have since been receiving the congratulations evening at 750 o'clock. and friends of its memberr.Music 1
[)on'l ruin Have ,
It leave Dr lock's Sanitarium + your eyes.
furnished the
was throughout
of friends.
The Gazette-News
I (la now at the home cf her son, is prepared to your glasses properly fitted and relieve -. evening by an orchestra composed ltl0tl9ll ltl9IBl,l9Btltlttl ltBl.ltl".liltl IM Ih
We sell Doan's Kidney Pills. furnish on short notice copper plate that strain t
fbxwell Hankin of W. F." Thomason bass viol El-!
Young's. Pharmacy. and steel die engraved work. Call NF.VII.LE: II. CIAUK, Optician. ; !
':WaL. Hall writes from Mechanicf,111. and see our line samples. I Dillingham, cornet; Irving I
Stop at the sign of the
C. P. Walker arrived eye. !
that Mrs. Hall and himself Tuesday afternoon Ballough, violin, accompanied by m I ,

i arrive in Daytona early in Noilub&i to join his wife who has J. A. Hendritks was over from Yet Cave arrived Tuesday from I Mrs. Fleuhart with the piano. Rev.

.. when they will occupy their been visiting with her sister, Mrs Sanford and spent Sunday with his ('ayey, Porto Rico, where he has H. B. Gibbons rendered: tO'ora1 i AND LIVE TO EAT. i'

r home on North Beach
Celery City as being on the boom the tobacco business and is talk I I
now Pytllian.
a ou "Why am a :
4.. M. Wilder and son, Charton, The orange and grapefruit are : I
his 11 ill. ." I I
: GFuB S\LE-Three show casesand visiting parents at Holly .
'' i down from St. Augustine Sun- now on the local market in plenty ] 1 : While loin it shouM! have the best and : ,d
The then of you
one 14-foot counter at !lUrnes' Not spread was partaken
pia their automobile. The citrus fruits this year are of exceptionally At a conclave of Oriental Comnandery : 4.

the mad in bad cnndi-They good quality and quantity : Ity Store. No. 0), Knights Templar, and all present did justice to the del I I and have it at livini luicrs. ._ 1 1I
I held afternoon tl& degrees i icacies. F. G. Lindberg catered I I
Dr. J. C. Herman writes from Thursday -
Mrs Wilder and youngest Col. and Mrs. Waterhouse have
them. Magnetic Springs Ohio, that himself were conferred upon T. I. About fifty guests were present. The Choicest Family Groceries. i '
rented the of
.:i proceeded cottage S. Heymann, -- -- ---- .
.Howell H. L. Robidere and Peter
and Mrs. Herman will migrateto
5 and 10 on Fairview avenue and will arrive Aftermath of Criminal Court. I It j
See the
V; cent bargain Ladas. 1
the Noveiner.
first week
_ next week from New Haven Conn. Daytona in That'h what god hire. :
nter at Barne Novelty ,Store. Mary Leonard, Nancy Jordan and jou 1
>r. Messrs. W. A. Anderson and Rodney .
arrived home tD.uTOH INSTITUTE: will beginits Hattie Myem, who were tried I '.., Uu J1! said.L. 1. : i I f
YID) F. II. Houghton i
Clark artists to
Rev. D. II. Rutter has secured are expected
twenty-ninth year Nov. 9, 1908.S. before the Criminal Court at De- I : J i iI r
Moay'evening after a several toward 8)0/) fur the arrive from Canada the first of the
:$430 1 an $ organ
ELIZABKIH STOEVEB Principal. Land last Thursday on the charge I
: ,
>'May at his summer home at Jethodiat Church and expects| to month, and open a studio on Btuch of stealing from the I I i H1lllltr 1
oranges groveof G. LYMAN. I IIt
file Ohio and Mrs. E. M. Uine returned to her
a pleasant raise the balance within the neit street They will spend the seasonat Michael & Titus, were acquitted I I

with his mother in Massarhur I home at DeLand Tuesday after a two weeks. the Wayside Inn.S. by the jury. 1 1

'Mrs. will remain week's visit with her sister Mrs. C. I
Houghton ,
; B. Green's made of [ .trohnl s old stand. !
6Fi>R SALT.: Several nice showcases birthday was Will feet, who entered a plea I
f0aiq until next month B. Entrikin, and her niece, Mrs. A. S
good as new. Awl to Macon the occasion of a delightful family guilty to forging an order for I..............I.Ia.I.I.I.s.I.I.I.II.I.....I.I..I.i: I

-n F. Williamson, of Utica, K. Brokaw. Thornton, Ormoud. tf affair, Monday evening. Mrs. Green XI! ."JI 0 with the name of I. Hum
Mrs. H. H. Hoene and ...................................................
York, has sub-leased the store Mr' and Attorneys Bert Fi..h and I. A. and the children planned so well phries, was sentenced to three yearsin I I

:'of the post office from R. II. Mrs. Shu ert. of Pittsburg, arrived Stewart were over from Oel.aml that Mr. Green's surprise was genuine the penitentiary.J. I I I IC

s i and will carrry a general Monday and are at home in their Tuesday. Judge Stewart was looking to the point of laughter when he N. Feeley, who was bound over BUSINESS AND PROfESSIONAL I

fy photographic goods for beautiful winter residence on Jiidge- alter the preliminary work of was invited out to dinner and several weeks on the charge of

Bf kodakers. Mr. Williamson wood avenue. his cottage at Seabreeze, while Mr brought face to face with a big felonously entering the home of Mrs. 1 1I
C. BOII :\:\Ofitzgcn: ld & Oates
cake illuminated with H. Bernard Seabree7e -
h I in Daytona yesterday tPictures[ framed to order at Fish transacted professional busi- birthday at was i

(_r Houghton, dentist, west end Barnes' Novelty Store. New mould ness. I forty-four candles not tried by the Criminal Court but t Physician and Surgeon Attorneys at Law
; i
I*sBr dge. Peck block, phone 32. ing just received.Mr. The first ice cream, ocidl of the I Another Councilman: Resigns. was adjudged insane by a commission Office over the Atwood Pharmacy :, Sta J 't'ial Attention to Examining and j
of lunacy and sent to the I !I Perfecting Land
the N. and Mrs. R. W. Ball, who season, given by the ladies of the Iteach street, Daytona Ho. Titl"1
W*I. Edmondson, of S. Yesterday E. I*. Shear tenderedto asylum at Chattahoochee. i ...
Congregational church Monday evening I Telephone Xo. 7 1. Conrad Block D.\YTOXA, FLA.LANDIS .
floa. Agency, has rented the cot- own and conduct The Lyndhurst, Presdent Bingham his resigna i!

>owned by Mrs. Alice E. Barker, on Second avenue, during the sea in social hall, was well attended tion as one of the aldennanic body Evidently a Myth. I 'Ar.l,. landis Bert Flab j'

1 to Mrs. O. E. arrived from Asbury Park, New and was a pleasant success in every I 11.1 II.[ SItLi/I.: ( 1. j\. I t tI
-1 Magnolia avenue, son of Daytona) Mr. Shear i hopur- Monday afternoon a telegram was : &: 1 HSUAttorneys I I .

r } &Att, of Thousand Island Park, Jersey, Tuesday. They operate a way. chased an interest in taqf dredge sent from New Smyrna to Jacksonville I and I S urjcon. t

>s lewYork. Mrs. Pratt will open a hotel at the latter place during the, Telephone Youn '8 Pharmacyand Klondike v.hich furnisher the city stating that a vessel was in I Special attention given to Ll.-ctrical I at Law I t;

I is 'the building, carrying a summer season. they will call for and deliver with shell and the city charter prohibits distress out at sea opposite New I I treatment and Mechanical method*. <,ouru I' VmiorfrlmlnaPhysician bunlneu and Federal glr

-\line of fancy needlework. A competitive drill was held at your prescriptions. 'Phone 43. a city official contracting with Smyrna. The tug Three Friends at 8-10:30 127 So.and KidKewwKl 1330. Phone Ave bj.Hours en for careful investigating attention.ami Special perfecting, facilities title. .

y=Pot Revi-Furnished cottage.Dr. the Armory Tuesday eveainc. First Miss Margaret WJho has the city.Treading. once left Jacksonville to go to the I ---- ----- ----- ltrl.aud. Florida.DR. I ;

P. R. Bennett ifSw Sergeant Louis Cowan was awardeda been holding a position as telegraph on Dangerous Ground. rescue of the vessel, but returned to I I d. I*.. RAWLINGSPhysician Isaac A.Stewart Kgford: Ely I

medal as the best drilled soldier operator at Orlando, returned home Jacksonville Wednesday without SIT::\\'Alfi3LY:

] Catherine Millar, who is eirf ol the Col. C. M. Bingham Sunday. She will assist her sister, The County Commissioners of finding any vessel although: a dillI I

borne in a few days, has made and company.Major J. D. C. Morris, Miss Elizabeth Wood at the West Volusia County are treading on dangerous gent search was made for two daysIt I &: Surgeon i Lawyers ,

; meuta lo open her hair dress- acted as judges of the drill. ern Union office here this winter. ground when they suggest is thought now that the telegram I Office on Volubia avenue first door Office next door to Bank uildin"J

r urs ti ia year in the south that that the paring of the DeLand- was a myth and the matter will be I iX-Und. Florida 1\
build- olive hedges furnished' The walls of the new addition to west of llankins Pharmacy.
ol Dr. Shoemaker's.new Cherry road be discontinued. W.
Daytonu i investigated. ---- --
'J.Mw. Millar brings with her and planted anywhere in Daytona or Carroll's grocery store are up and C. Cannons contracted to pave the I - -- - --- TITLeS INSURED I [ J;

Address Wm. and work is being 'w'AStsrr-NUCer.e Magailne requires E. L. bTEWART
i Chicago very efficient help, on the peninsula. enclosed, road at a price set by him, which, the .rnlereotalianus I'aytoiia to look Voluiii.i County Abstract, Investment t tI'IIVSICIt1n :

I_ja J preparing to serve the people Eick, City. 208t rushed to finish the building at the if it was not sufficient, he has no I after expiring: lulHtcrlptlon and lo secure and Surgeon and Title Insurance Company.
I tmi&hed it I nrw l>uslu5 by HictiiMof petlal wetbud.
When ,
':tnost up-to-date professional Commodore and Mrs. earliest date. one to blame but himself, and it is unuiuallr effective; punltlun perutaur.t'|I Special attention to disease of the Al "lriu-ti rurnl tie O'l'rthe .. Eye, Ear, Throat and \ose. OiFce :Nap flat and Blue Print up-
LoriUarl1'1 improvement
will quite an onesitSexperlsueebutcould c u .
\ of Tirusville, accompanied up to him to complete the work. I prefer and residence. Magnolia aerie :ire I plled. IU rt Mib,I'r.-s;(' l>. I..d'a' ,
front.tAutomobile i elder any applicant wllh good natural se'r.nd Trea ",," .. .r.\'..Iual. Co.
Lorillard's one-story deal of critici. door west of 1'. O telephone J>:?. |, llunk, '
of shirts children and Mr. There was a great m quailllcatlon; salary II.:" per day wllbcommUMoii I eljiiid. Kla.G.
i 2 cenls. all style four attics b..ura' in. to a p m. : _
j _
of Mr and inner tubes the !! oplluu. Address, with references -
calledjfatlpaytona have been the guests tires of the commissioners when ) contract -
|ta, with work left and mother, I H- *'. PiavocL. nouns K: Success -----
Steam laundry tf and Mrs. E. M. Holman for several vulcanized at Oliver's garage wis let, and now if E/ hey r+- I( agaxtue Itulldli.g, Xe.. \ork. :il-St! :! 1-- A. KLOCK !1).1)&C./\. : '$

< days. They left Wednesday afternoon I Nothing has yet been done about lease Contractor Cannot/. ) and his I 1-- ---- -- -- Civil I Engineers.:
t.'J.E. left Monday [Physiciant1d Surgeon I
-. for home iu their yacht. license ordinance. It was arranged bondsmen they will lay themselvesopen Notice of Application For Charter. .
for to the i! Notice is hereby given that on the MX anes ofth > DAYTOXA and
Virginia in response Mr. Mp.-cI.I.It..ltlloughf'nto
; death of Commencing the first of next to hold a meeting several to a great deal more. |i 1 :24th day of Xovt-mU-r, A. I).. 190S. the Kyeand r'lttlog ol Cla.xe.. ..11..... '': OtTl't.f'S (MIAMI, FLA. I
i announcing his formulate proposed Cannons behalf he claims that the undesigned incorporators will apply to over Uluhe clothing ,tor... attire hour
er, Capt. B. C. Rawlings, at month C. S. Harris will resume week ago and not sufficiently done, ''! the Honorable Minor S. Jones, Judge of I to S a. m. I to 3:<">p. in.. T t<. 11:1. p. inI lIa'tona office Established 1875
with the Gazette-New During amendments to I lie presented to the I grading was the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial >AYT lNA. KM.M. .
Virginia, who died Sun- position harris weather l being inclement a/fd/ if such was the case the commissioners i I Iilltrict i of the State of Florida, for his ---- -- I
,.Yrx Rawlings accompanied: the coming season Mr. council but should see to it that that ; approval of a Charter of the iDcurpora JOSIE ROGERS, M. D.I II. A. BERNARD l
of his time to increasing that evening the meetingwas 1 tii,n of a social club to be known ns
,V .tor r and will remain in Vir- will devote most Daily part of the work i is properly looked 1! "The Seabreeze Bts ling and Tennis 1 lM>li 'it -criptions and business
the held. I MiysScian
-- for not lomcopathic
The circulation Club The object of this club id fur
l ntil after Christmas. after and such assistance rendered for the TimesUnion.TIMLSUXIOX
of the mouth tl HX iul purposes sod for the purpose of Ilf'u'h "8tntit
On the ]15th what want in XoI.i3 Xorth :
:r w expected hoine next week. News. Ko matter you him as may be deemed proper, but conducting bowling alleys, tennis courts : BUUEAU: ,
Kenlucky and fi PO
hand L. C. Demaree will arrive from way uf job printing the Ga/.ette- the road should be completed, according and private cafe, and for the objects indicated Office urs,12a30 to 2.10 : mith .tl lIitch lttalEbtatt: Office, I
For 2
Rent Season to 7:30.
for trim to assume the whether it bea and exprrsted in its articles o.fI
in it Ik'.da Street.
8 to get I Sews tan furnish to contract by all means. incorporation. The proposed charter i il Telephone Xo. 122.
',. furnished cottages-one duties of city editor of the Da.ly full-page poster or visiting card. muth of the : on file in the office of the Clerk of the
There is too peoi'le'smoney I
,, the other 11-bath, electric tried the (iazetteXews i Circuit Court of VolusU County during !1
"I and all con\"eniences-Hidge- News. If you have never in the work to abandon it at I the i*iidbcy of this noticeS Daytona Private Hospital \ 1)k. A. O'Nr.ILLOSTIIOPATH: \:
glasswork II. GO'E.E .
of II. high-
*l irenue; price $500. Address Having bought the interest and appreciate this stage of the proceedings. i' F. BKITTOX. and Sanitarium :
""r f Johnson in the bicycle business at the same price you -- i 1 R. T. BUTLEU. Every facility for the proper t real m< nt ,
tlouPellecier, box 17. Eugene and car of medical. and xurplcal m-f>.
and Ocean for inferior printing !I' G. E. TEIIWII.LIGEH ,
t Beach paying Building Lots For Sale. 1 I Electrical appliance trained nurses
at Daytona C.ILMOKE. 220Vuhttya Avenue
S. E quletetmrn.undtng. special .u.nun :
'\..n said that some unscrupulous been Spray bicycle I livery, will continue give us a call. I offer for sale lots: i and I .", block ----- -- --- --- I given toad. No.patient 4211>\. Beach Term" !HI,*liaylona.on application. I I IIT. Near I.. I,.. ::.>...... .IvO.II .
i at St. Augustine have stand. '' | tAlTIUL HOME' ON THE PEMNML:" .O. A. I.Ies'g
at the same arrived from Coleman's addition to Pavtona.) ** furulsLed but
harness John V. CoKlough .1, U rooiin.; completely ; I Physician to'Laree.
ng the channel marks recently 1 P. Johnson. I and cold, bard aul! soft water; twtb and
Geo. York Wednesday afternoon These are among the most desirable other uioderL Improvements; table and i
Canal New DR. BO! I ANNOYS: : :
Ibj the Coast Line Karat on for premises. !' or tat feelfrontage I :
league of the and will be the guest of l IWord vacant loU left on Ridgtwoodavenue. l with the bou-x but there la a total Dk. W. A. Go\'t[: I
Ihe sttrm- The Kpwortb of,:K; feet to tie entire '
ansportation Co. : frontage propt rty Sanitarium
M. }.. Church South will : Deacon for some time. Mr.1 Col-lI A fine location for a nice situated Halifax .Avenue a is Kingston II Dentist
acts or Iblll Florida Last
.ject of those nefarious and ) home. For : address\ tf grounds For the treatment of aI!
pie supper is well known in I Daytonact priies ('. . .Pel boats passing through the have a chicken I dough life here juy S. Brown Central! Lake, Mich. nandsan.secllent.. view.of Iblll otran ISv I .. Medical and Surgical Ca.... I l lI
the on Thursday having spent nluntil +t of his adding a fe Utt ro.>iii Rite liu-- wouldtnhkenii torl.r. t ..reer 1:...;< ......... a"011. '
If social at parsonage lioitrdliitf bouxr In Phone 74.
-- IV&ch Strttt.
I to take on local pilots. ----- dial hlltllel." I 21 South
from 4.m outbreak of the Suanish- ataatlunahrreneI.t"ucbWtiIto :
:'way could be arranged so Oct. iJ9, serving H7 the Low Rates to the Carnival. M ld *T HAKUAlNindM KMM: )"AHLETt I I C. C BOII" ,:\O M. U.
1'tlONE h9
supper -a War, when he enlisted Klb: 11 taken at once Apply to Kdllor :
8.00 m.; American I
the government would take n. m. until : p. cake and Cuba and afterwards On account of the Jacksonville ( aetleNewaPhillip II --
cream, first went to
of the markers tho penaltyerferring cents with ice in addition. and to the Phillipines. Since the Carnival, October iVilh! to 31st inclusive E. Roblaton. Architect, Its n' HOU'l L.: .'\. l 1'. S. II. GOVLPhysician

& with them would be pumpkin pie served of enlistment all agents of the Florida M National lild't f 1 1I
entertainment expiration of his term have instructionsto 1y. wvarurb. t... \ and wonrchitl'ct Builder and I
will be an Fast Coast Railway
of hang- There has been an extensive s WauI..r 11.sIn
__ere that the practice Mr. Colclough ? ,. P'1..rlol..
recitationsselect fare plus3
.. featuie "*-.. .g of traveller and has visit-d most sell tickets at one 'ht "' !nuudrlo.a; I Office and residence: li: Si P.idsiContractor! .
ti d.l pruLib s. p. : Tickets "' .
rIJUnltnp. Iluurs
the raw
and graph world. cents for wood Avenue. IbJgeWO'd H" northeast -
reading orcbretra of the countries of the I nh w Troll .1 (;rr app ; it. ?tlent' and oftee. cori
o good reasons why you which will com l he t.lbi1y} October -Vah! to <11111PfMltoo. 'I Phone 1 7Office: hours :'J l.'J i, liidgi-vvood' and \"..Iw.ia a ve.
ophone selections stove don't work inclusive, with final limit November1st 'Itf'1. Phone VJ. iha)tuna, tU '
gasoline !
"OUR en your a. in ,2 to 4 and 6.30 to p. m.
buy you! groceries at o'clock. The proceeds .' l D. ltUI\EI:, .,. t 4
at eight W G. Hobbs.box I Ifttf. .uuall'1'.w" ...
s'" you get dou'haf6 every dollar'syP"i to menee are for the benefit of the right 8drop, be a will card send to a man to fit it. I Assistant General: Passenger Agent. r .. ...iN( .SSi.SMa...NNNMNMM....aeoeet.

i buy-you church. .

r.people's bills. -- -
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t: .. >,'>.?-"f --' J:{,; _f--:>';' {; ."",-- t' "r 'fi. ;)"-"' ; "''' ':;-:::':; '::-:-'> .:' ;-o.p :,. -? ,-r------,... ... "'..;.i>:,_ c.. c- --f; _.' C :- ,
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.............................. ..................... DO COUNTY (MISSUS now a fine reservoir for the want of a OD the BEA.C1(-..
i. lower outlet; this is not to say I be- :
1 1OLD
I Gems In Terse

Bond Lumber Company I; INTEND TO RELEASE[ MM, or lieve any in running other boat a steamboat through line the *M SEPT. cq. :

I MANUFACTURERS OP It It It canals as they would always be a I FAVORITES.MY Closely 34:&.. 4:4015u.....
4235:35._ _
I terfelt 0:1:5-: -
ROUGH AND DRESSED I-ITJl/IRPJ/ ? %5f i The Contractor of the DeLand- temptation for parties to load lighters HEART LEAPS UP. with 5:09... ... 6:40. 7o_

PINE AND CYPRESS JUUlYIDI-ilX V of rood or other commodities, heart leaps up when I behold known I i 6:00.710L... __. 8:53.8.7:45: 831;; _

i Daytona Road-Action on caving in the banks wherever loaded. M A rainbow In the sky; j I 809... ...10:00 ...IO:

Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime | Monday Looks That \\'ay.I This drainage would be of inest- So So Is was It It now when I am my a life man began; ; ceesfolly.which a ; j jtroduoed 1 j : 9:15.... _.. 11:00... ...11:30-
Office and Yard: East Tea So be It when I shall grow old. I : .11:13-.11\5_
and Cement in Stock. Railway and Orange Avenue : A special meeting of the Board of imable value not only to those own- Or let me die i! : ... ..12:10.: .. _12:22.-
I The child la father of the man. Copper < .. 1:03...
: : r. 1:1t1-
the land in the i -
MILLS-Bond Mill.Atlantic Coa.t Une Ry..100 mIles touth of JsckRonT1II.X&1mazoo.ofl '. I County Commisioners was held at log buildingup And could wish my day to lx the coin I : 1:55_ ... 1:55.-

Banford Branch of the F E.C. Ry. : DeLan-1 Monday; present R. D. trade from the produce handled I Bound each to each by natural Wordi WOrth.pletjr.William cyanide | ; 103.. 2:45... ... 2:37,. ,

R. J. MALBY Manager. I \V H. McBride with its income to our citizens and Imttery ;: I 1.55. 330... ... 3:20-
Phone 8J John Cranor. I '
Brooke iuulforml j 2-15... ._ 4:211:05.: .

... .. . . .. ........>+...................+.+ + I I T. J. McMurray and S. D. would be the means of bringing in CENTENNIAL HYMN. : 330._ 5:13... 4.50.;. .- -
settlers to build OUR Father's Cod. from out whOM : 4:15._ ... 6:05... :4tL.
Jordan clerk. more up prosperous "''1'1'' rou TltBlts.'S
: ********** ***********************.** aoa... 7:07.: .. 0.0. v
*****. ********* On motion the resolution passed settlements all along the coast. The centuries fall Ilk. rains of sand. : -. J:59... 8:09_ 7:40..

: Cabinet and Repair shop : : at the last meeting of the board in This scheme I consider practical We And meet loyal today to our united.land and free.thee. gold with a 6jL. 9:10... 8:40_ f
I To thank tbee for the era don 750... ..1007... ... 8:37_
: I relation to the committee appointedto if brought within reasonable limit, And trust the for the opening on*. from the 8:50.: .. ...10:55.: .. ...10:30_ -
: Furniture Repairing, Mattresses Repaired and made to order. S\) the would not make the I It Is j 9-15... ...11:37... _11:15-
road expense
and solicit : examine DeLand-Daytona where of old. by thy design. ... '
t handle the celebrated Ostermoor Mattress your HERE I : : "' : _
. order for first-class work. Orange are. ent. leek blk I' Le and the same i is hereby rescindedand land cost too much adding the exense thin.Whose fathers spake that word of bankers I : ._ : )"''... : '." -

4''I the following motion passed in > of clearing. Respectfully echo Is the clad refrain and If ,, : ._ .. 1:151:17: _
W. G. HOBBS. Of rended bolt and falling- chain. diately : l:4tL.L.' 1:55-

.... ...- lieu thereof,all commissioners votingyes submitted. Yours Truly To grace our festal time from all! 1:30... 2:15_,... 2:40_ :
i. _..... ...,." ... light
................... I E.: X. \\ l1IIWS. The sones of earth our guests we calL : 205._ '' 3:20.. .

except Coiumisssoner Cranor. ever 2:40... ... .. 4:10_ \
I with us while the new world greet amount : _
ROLLINS. COLLEGE \\ho voted no: BE Th old world thronging all Its 3IL.: 25.1' 5.03._ _' "
Free Tickets to the Carnival. streets.Unveiling. make up 3.N_ .. 6:03_
On motion the board hereby- appoints alt the triumphs won But. 4

Florida's Oldest College | S. A. Wow, of DeLaud andC. The Florida Chair Factory, one of By art or toll beneath the sun Is but and afternoon tides are an. -i ;

College.Acs4emy and MehoolsotMusle. Eipre lon. Flue Arts. Domestic and Industrial the most enterprising firms in the And unto common good ordain Adam at the same hour. Auto.
Arts and Buslnes M. Bingham, of Daytona, to act This rlvalshlp of hand and brain. be driven on the beach two

;- Carnegie beatTlarge Hall and faculty third: men's perfect dormitory health conaltl now going": flmr up; .IHUI"Kyninmsluin.lights: all' ilel.tr.m,, c :n..I.I.ml! t.Unnti t.: with two citizens to be appointed byV. State, are advertising to give a free I rpHOU! who hast here In concord furled' Story thought high tide and within twa t.

: furnace links Iball! and basket-bull t.an.champions of lorlila I iU. ,par ticket- that will admit the holder to .5. The war flags of a gathered wend tida. 1
;,: N.ariy&qUhlttertf couru. gull a million; dollars endowment: expenses nio.l.Tal.>; "flioli.r' .lil.savailable. \ C. Cannons, a fifth person to be I Beneath our western skies fulfill for It ----- ,

:; Christian but undenominationalstands for appointed by these four these five the entire carnival show includingthe The orIents. mission of good will A 1I DIRECTORY
I 1
with lote's golden fleece. and the
CONDUCT And. freighted
: CHARACTER CULTURE to go over the Detand-Daytona Midway with all its attractions, Send back Its argonauts of peace. .2 of a .. [)(} No. 81. F. 4 A. M_ ...; i.
October 7. For catalogues address the President. DdSrd: Thurixlart.. j..
- Next 8e lon begins customer who
. road and after making a careful ex to every purchases and labor met In truce. readily) ; No. (. R. A. X_ t
poo .I
WM. F. BLACKMAN. Ph. D.. WINTER PARK. animation of the of said road $10.0() worth of their chairs from beauty mad bride of us*. not now t -
part W* thank thee; but. withal we craie.The London SK.T.- i

b i 1s.* that remains unpaved to report to, now until October 31st. I austere virtues strong to* save. -- -- '-- l r.lVJoOAK: PHAPTKK. No. S. O. E.8.-. j'
honor to gold.
t t.....OOe IDO 00.0 This ticket is given absolutely Th proof place or sold. M.ets:2nd, and 4th TIH'.Ja'a.' 1
the board at its next meeting The manhood never bought nor
N.CONRAD W All meet In Matonhs Hall_ Oranea ann. .f I
F. n ------ ----
A. D. fUBBIDEPrctldeat J. Vke-Prti.CONRAD. the following matters, to-witj: Tee, you pay only their regular C\\\. make thou .us through centuries ':

BANK" First: Whether or not if.t their, wholesale prices which saves you In U peace long secure. In Justice strong; ************************** ****************+****+**tt 1

3. MERCHANTS opinion it is for the bVst intetesfs of about one-third on your purchases. The Around safeguards our gift of of thy freedom righteous draw law. i.

(BRANCH Or VotrSIA Cor5TT ItAKE) (W) the County of Yolusia, for/ Efjoard When you go to Jacksonville you And. cast In some diviner shame the mold.old. IlIa.o your Picture Frames made at Lesesne's Kodak Place, next .
Let the new cycle

Capital Stock.............................................I 50,000 (j., to continue and i pave tie/x>rtion of should be sure to visit: the Chair 1S7& -John U. WhIttier. [ door to the Prince George Hotel, Beach Street near Third! Avenue. 1
factory whether wish: to buy -
Surplusand Profits ....................... ............... 53,105:; ;) (I) said road that now rem&fna unpaved. chairs or not. you THE CRY OF THE DREAMER. i

I Four cent interest paid on Savings accounts and Time Second: If it is the opinion of The free ticket will be given with AM tired of planning and toiling R. H. LESESNE Daytona Florida. i : j
per is advisableand In the crowded hives of men. E J ;
said committee that it
all orders sent in by mail also.! If I .
tificates of Deposit. No notice required for withdrawals Heart weary of building and spoiling.And
CE'r-I' for the best interests of Volusia you have not their large chair: cata- spoiling and building again .. .. .. .. .. .. n n '

e Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent. County, for the paving to be discon- logue, send for it today, order the Where And I I long dreamed for the my dear youth old away.river. : : i j

chairs you need and get a free For a dreamer lives forever.
- I......O (I) 0000... inued, then to report to the board, ticket to the carnival. And a toller dies In a day.I .
what in the opinirn of said coinmit- - - - - -
am sick of the showy seeming
........ ............................................. tee, should l he the basis of settle Of a life that Is half a lie. : I
4ff : DON'T WAIT. Of the faces lined with schemingIn Ice
{ t J. B. GARRISON ment with W. C. Cannons as to the the throng that hurries by. Daytona Company, .

: H K It From the sleepless thought endeavorI
I I I I I examination of electrical unpaved portion taking. into consideration -
Pul;;. 1 j I A close would go where the children play. I
: work finished and charged for : the contract made with Take Advantage of Daytona Citizen's For a dreamer lives forever. : PURE
And a thinker dies In a day.I
: from this shop shows how squarely said board. Experience Before It's Too Late. from Distilled Water. *
and honorably we transact our : can feel no pride but pity
For the burdens the rkh endure. Factory corner Railroad and Yolusia avenue. .
When the back: begins to at he,
r ___ ___ business. Electrical repairs receive : There Is nothing sweet In the city 4 . . . . .
I .1 special attention. Those : Drainage Scheme. Dou't wait until the backache becomes But the patient lives of the poor.
chronic: Ob. the little hands too skillful
who employ us never worry about And the child mind with weeds.
An letter to th, Truck and i grown
our charges, and they know. be : open Till serious kidney troubles develop: The daughters heart grown willful

a/\ i fore engaging us that our workmanship ;, Fruit Growers Association.) HI urinary troubles destroy night's And the fathers heart that bleeds! FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY :

_ will be the best. i I was much interested in the rest.Profit No. no! From the streets rude bustle
: 'drainage scheme" brought forwardat by a Daytona cilizciTs cxptri- From trophies of mart and stageS LOCAL TIME CARD No. 76. Corrected to October 1st. 1008 -'
I would fly to the woods' low rustle)
'I. Daytona Electric Co. : a recent of the Truck perience.Mrs. And the meadows kindly page. Ito.59 No. 29 :000. 78 I !lo. it '
: meeting
:::9 '.!... C. H Pellicier, Volusia Ave., Let me dream as of yore by the river DAILY DAILY MAIN LINE DAILY DAILY Fi
: and Fruit Growers Association.I And be loved fur the dream alwa).
Daytona Ha., says'I have been
rn:4 I I tii 232: South Beach Street For a dreamer lives forever. _..... .... ._ .
JO pm C 50 am Lv Jacksoirille: Ar 7 55 pm .4.
notice in to drain all
: proposing greatly benefited by Doan's Kidney And a thinker dies In a day. a as pm 10 55 am :A: ...1'- AuJrllsUne.....__.... .. L. < 10 pm : 7 JO am .
............................................. ........ the rich hammock lands west of Pills and do not hesitate to say so pub John Boyle O'Reilly. 735pm 1145am ._......._. ., .. .........._._. 601pm 2Sam444am '
II 12 pm 123 pm L._....... ....... ...... ................._.Lv a si pm
town think of alongthe licly. I had duU backache pains across V !so pm 11M pm Ly...._.....__ l..YIO........._..._.._.Lv 107 pm I 4 50 am
1""""' n,1M, you working REQUIEM. 1010 pm t 20 pm ....--.._.:; ..._._.._.. 2 30 pm SMtOIIMaa -
loins, could not rest at night, and
my ... 1
? lines and using the same T>REATHE trumpets. breathe slow g iS pin r pin Lv Tilueville. t 1 14 pm -
system :
___.:.:==:: .
mornings would get up all worn out with A> notes of saddest walling. 00 a's pin Lv- Vecua. 12 W pm122Spm 161amI49ua

i advanced (some time since and now but little strength To say that I was Sadly responsive peal ye muffled drums. a : ais am : iOpm iS p: It:.: ===.:=r.kJ II'':==:;::.:=:t It MamU I 1 14am
San Mateo I Comrades. with downcast eyes and muskets am ... .Melboirne .. 44am 101 amliupa
Cigars endorsed by the governor, as withinour miserable feebly exrres&es my condition trailing. : : am ; : t tt: :. ..._ == IX Merr.......__...:.t. S &6 >m714am _.
constitutional in fact, I was HO bad at times: that Attend him home-the youthful warrior 000 am .04 pm \lAr......;..._...,_. .\\>.i I'alm ""-..'.-..... ........LTL t04pm ,
rights.At "am I 1046pm ........_....._ _..LlA"'lerdale-, .Lv IS* am5U 791 pm J
that time another I could hardly get around to attend to comes. 735em 1146pm \r._....,.,,-.,.,.....,.-- .-. IIIOII. _....:..._. .Lv > amSlOpm I 3O pia
reason was a I his his shield tie o am .7 :>>oam Lv.; ..........._....... ..MtaniL.: .. _.... inrr.At 1' 11 oo pm '" .;
Have Made bar its which the my household duties. A neighbor who UPON shield upon return- tl1 00 am ,.10 50 am Ar___._..__....Homes.KnlgbU !?!-!..._._.Lc -2 10 pm {2 09 pm < !
I P to adoption was had used Doan's Kidney Pills for like tloopm: At......_ Key Duck......... .........Lc powam--
I Borne from the. field of battle where h* ,
p t'Xl'en.e. troubles recommended them to me andI I fell.Glory I .
and grief together clasped In Dally except Sunday uodayi; and W> A Reputation of From my own experience I think procured a box at U&nkins' drug storeI mourning. 1

that can be much lessened, and I used this and the contents of another Ills) fame, his fate, with sobs exulting BRANCH : ;
I .
. understand than D. D. Rogers and box and I am certain that they \J(>ne- tell. LI.u xd.EAST '. iATKA To I Arrive I Leave -1I,.. ,.&TI'-AT) KAST- :ArtheEsas

Their Own.The Tiled me more than anything else I had IVRAP around his breast the flag his I'alath P. L.TK.Pal.th I'alath I FAL.tTgA: I Pal.llta '
this -- --- ---
. son are preparing plans along breast defended li
ever tried. My strength and energy re- His country's flag in battles front un SO am ......_..!\o. 45 Dall,_..._..., i :50>> aiD & M am .No. 47 D.lly._ 6 15 a. .; I IC
' line. turned the backache ceased and the rolled. 25 am ........._ o. 48 Daiiy _.. 6 4.5 111I 8 tO sin :- o. 45 Ially._.. 820 am I; I I
I success of the San Mateo Cigar is one of For It h* dIed. on earth forever ended. 9 23 am .._..:\0. 00 Daily _' t".m It I.m :<>0. 51 .t11._. ii 35 amU
The called for
plan presented a kidney secretions were once more restored Ills brave life lives In each O.m 62 .lIy ......... 10 I"a 2OU em .o. 6.1 lJaJy._ ..; 110 p. ',
: young sacred 4 05 pm r.a D.lly ...... Sa pm 4.:" pin .,.o. fi& DaIly.......! 410 pna
to natural condition. You 1'
canal of the sand a are fold.XV'ITH
the greatest industrial triumphs of the East Coast just east:: ridges 05 JIm .So. M belly ..... 2 pm 7 oa; pm :100. 67 Deity _.. ,2:1 pili
I and west of the hammock twenty welcome to the use of this statement, as proud. proud tears by ting of 7N: pm 51111.111._.... it& Jm I W pm :so. 59 Dall'...... 120 p. I I.
j. since the freeze. I it may be the means of bringing relief to ..han.lot.IDted.. I
' feet at the bottom, and another Bear him and lay him gently In his StNMATEOBRANUI. '
some other sufferer of kidney trouble 6 _
j _
Made from the choicest growths of tobacco, that the grave. '
peninsula the lowest
of the
through part :Fur sale by all dealers Price 50 cents. Above the hero (I.rtte. the young half Leave E&i EAST PAL.\T"'A' TO Arrive 8a..nl u.n; SAS-W.\TlO: TO E.\ST ArrigsZssti'aiatka

r of Florida and the Island of Cuba can produce) and wrapped hammock; the west canal to catch Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo X. Y., sole 1 saluted: I US MATEO : Mates I ).IlIeo.. ?LATla I Faults 4"I'I
--- -- h --
"Ills country asked his life. Ills life b* ,
;: with the rich, silky leaf grown on East Coast plantations, the seepage from the more elevated agents for the United States. gave." sosm I..........So. 49 itaily.......... a r.o.m 900101 .....:- 'lo. 50 DaUy ........ .20&18 -fa
; the cigar industry of the 'orltllias never produced better g flatwoods and carry it directly to Remember the nameDoao'iaodtake George Lunt.I I 116 pm .-.0.: 53 11.lIy......... I a$ l.a 1 40 pm ...... .. So. r.a luilly ...... 4 r.o pia ;; i

For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the I the various canals already existing; no other. REMEMBER, I REMEMBER. I );0. 21 !io. lit No. 17 I So. 18 :00. Si :\O. ft :.

t : News Company on every train entering Florida. using the eat:: or low hammock (I-'ir5tpub-Oct.: :!-II; last pub. Nov. 14) REMEMBER I rememberThe t So. only Dally Dally '\SA(PORT BRANCH Daily,, .Su.001,. I>alIJ .- J
house where I was born.
Twenty sizes, styles and grades to select II4.IS'1 j canal as a sort of reservoir. Order For* Publkatl n. I The little window where the sun I'] 'I L1"_... Jacksonville .-... ..."... Ar| 43 am''1120 pm 630pm i. 1
In Circuit Court Yolusia Count. Cam peeping In at morn. 2 40 pm S M pm I 9 40 am Lv_._ .."Mo Benra...-........ l. : Allow me t'> suggest. that if the IX CIIA CEHY. lie never came a wink too soon bSpmII5 j am y-.._A lanile Bearh..... ..... l.v 7 M am,It 45 im 444pmm
...__..... ... .. ............
t TON SALK BY ALL [DEALERS. I Jas. Nor brought too long a day t (A) p ., J 19 pm WOO am.M, Marpott Lv 645anliSOam 490pm
p. west canal is laid inside of the ham- Capehart, CooiuplaiuunttV8 But now I often wish the night :

Manufactured By mock, it will not sift down the sand ./ Had born my breath away.I .. ... 5 D.i1s.' 5 "all,' 'p5.. i D..i5a. 4 ltoi. k.,5 tan.! I"..is hIIf
':. L. Moreton Murray I and Caroline \ I !&. lu4II1''. 8utailaf .7 raaca (l .-,':., s..4.s. s.s4. Se.l..4 BriacfeS I... ....., "
: S. W. SAN ) EO11u.lla.A ::1'c as if between that and the flatwoods, G. Murray 1iJire;( remember I remember I I I"I I '

ROWLEY FLORIDA on the side of the sand ridge, as the Mud Ida Weddell, IMcndeutiJ I The The\Iolets roses and red and the lily white.cup.- 40 pm9'I 00 am |IL.. >.. a_rr.. *'J! 1 60 pm'I 6 45: pm n 6 00 am 'ILVT",.-y\1le..A'12-!! !' BO paS .
To Ida Weddell, of the borough i f 25 pm '11 01 am _L.k. H.w_U. 1 06 pm & 1'. pm 9 Stoats \rNooford.. L,., t W anJMprn
? soil being rich and trees growing onsame Brooklyn, of"t'w: York. Those flowers made of light 11 SO tm L.Oraase Ctt,..a..''i2 55 pm 4Iipra|.....'..-.. .....?.-.... .... C
i.I 1 A& City The lilacs where the robin built 3 AH pm ,,11 JA am I Ur_.OI.M. tiij "..,12 go pm 4 oo p 11
if left to shade it, will make a You are hereby required to appear i i to And where my brother set : L..j ri r- """
the bill of complaint in the above en- The laburnum on his birthdayThe .
' mat of roots that will help sustainthe litlt d cause, at the Cleik's Ollk-e of this tree is living yetI i I

: I.-.A !tanks of the canal and being Cot rt in DeLand, Florida, upon Monday remember. I remember 'I ...*..1.MUmw M T1MK; kvl TA5LLSsbe,,,.ar .rrt*.w l.tfc...4.Iliirt..mo.si. wbWk It Ik* .5s...... m.,>.-y<..ta e.pet.d>ol |....to.-ant... w. >s.d r dses ifvmrt Ik. ComftUS. _Ik. *
the ; Oih. day cf XpvemU'r, IW*. Where I was used to swing ....II ,...e..aai. i.e .'F ....F se .'Jr ss..q..ee .ei.i.s ......1.... .
of lower elevation it will not need to cud to answer said bill in due course; I And thought the air must rush as fresk I
,; a l I.e dug so dwp or wide, to allow for otl.trwise the same Mill be t..k..llal"in..t TV swallows on the wing. '. D. RAHNER. A..i.&... Gl Pu....er Agcal ST. AUGUSTINE. VLORIDA.
\uu its coiifta&: And it is dirt-led that My spirit flew In feathers then.
crumbling. tills order be published with as little delay That Is so heavy now. -- - 1

z EXPRESS .\s Lt) my experience I have ;, as pos ible In the Daytona Gazette. And The summer fever on pools my brow.I could. hardly cool
:\\\11, at [) Ha..
published l1ytulll1, unee
PREPAID two-foot ditch near the 'vest borderof a week for four successive weeks. anti remember. I rememberThe ATLANTIC COAST liNE IA01UI

______ my hainnuM-k with three outlets that a a copy hereof be posted at the fir tree dark and high.I 4J'
Courthouse door of Yolu>ia County used to think their slender tops
on a distance! cl 0M( J fl'ct--and that and another copy be sent by mail to Were close against the sky. ,

lllil $420l wet ditch has never overflowed the Defendant Ida Weddell at the above It was a childish Ignorance.
Hut now 'tis little Joy
address, each within twenty days fiou
l why?simply\ because there is! a the making of this order. To know I'm farther off from heaven I GOES EVERYWHERE. .
v Than when I was a boy. |
., kii fall of from four to six feet Done and ordered at the Clerk's -ThomaaUood."GRO.DOLCE. .
Office, at [Del-ar.d Florida, this 15th J
1 IDoz.DfllV and that to the east or low hammock day of October, A. I).. 1'JOS. I I \ 1
slough, and water will find its SAM'L. D. JORDAN, J,i .
I Seal Clerk kiss from all others prevents me North SouthEast
RED F0(? ( ) Circuit Court, Yolu,ia Co. ; ONE :
all astir
1\.t'lIJlliddy] if given a fair; outlet. i ii sets my pulses 1
And burns on my lips and torments me"I -
: $1229 My ditch! is not deep enough to i Is the kiss that 1 fain would give her.
First pub. Oct. 17; I last pub. Nov. 14)) I I
itch all the spring heads coming Notice of EJc Uon. j ONE kiss for all others requites me. West .1
I It is never to be.
in from the tlatwoods. drain
to the Whereas, the City Council of the City And sweetens my dreams and invites me-
CHAS. BLUM & COMPANY intermediate hammock, but one of Daytona, Florida, on the 12th day of 'Ti, the klas that she dare not give me.
October A. D. 11HW.: subject to the ratification : -James Russell Lowell.
. _\I;EXCY rAiwr URKWIXG ro.. four or five fl'etIeep with a four f ot of the qualified electors of said 1

Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis bottom. would never be full-in city, who were qualified to vote at the j SNOWDROP. Consult the "Purple Folder." '
,P General City Election next preceeding. i full of warm and eager
fact would) run itself almost clear. ,
passed an ordinance pro\idmg for the I WHEN
Send for I'riee Litot. IACK.-ONVII I.K.: n. '. The cinal through the slough issue of the $35,000.00 of the bonds of ;. you in my fond em

woul 1 iietd to be wide to hold the said furnishing city "for and the equipping purpose in of every building.way 'I In Vou gently, push me back and Fur ill-tailed information, rates:;, \l'Ill'tlull'allli: : res- ,
ORnHANA QUART OrA CENTURYWe -tirplus water until the canals-- (ci-sary public school building for'U..l "Take care my dear. Tou'U spoil my f\y

pOR uilcss much ic pt.ned and widened l Iv ..,der ity of of Daytona Miid City"(Vimx-il Now. n therefore Sx-| <'i.il, lace' iTVutums, !o.t.t''our. nearest ticket rWt'lit' write to or

-could it off but 1.1.nion! ,,'iIllJt.lt'ld the You kiss me Just as you would kiss
ho..ve be.en-.su.pplj'ing the. tarry ; if the pres at I ity 1111"0 Some woinjn friend )ou chanced to .....
c'.H.Ilt'OuM I le Jioiiay, llHh day i.f November \. You call nw "Dearest", All lutVs forms 'all
t'lit widened (ill
needs MatViTier I P.. 9. 'S. 1 h. .
oj >j asevs.We a nat t.: I l-illinchiiii; (i Are yours. not Us reality.:
dtf p -n- l it would soon clear that I'. I allougli iui l J. M I t'ur".... arc10 a
CQ-Yrj large Sto: ,. ( oerj. / exe a iii>j>,.(".r,. IInI.\| Mt-K. I'\..t..r Oh. Annie cry and norm and rate.
out. easterly ditch need be no tH nuyttilnt mlili Passion In It.
POiITABLf ;"ISTAT'OY' / E" lnEs'B n. i-erk. and uhenal Hie m.ilt.r MJ|,-
a E.R5So..Mdls.. \ IL. deeper than the outlet in the canal iiuiled to be lie voted upon| .\\II I be lit.taiit.rulion .- Hate And me lots an lue liour truly aJ just then one turn minute round! Frank C. Boylston, Traveling Pass. Agt.
't'ood.Vlork'1lItNa.. li1\- or rrjectio.i by ,"id 11, ors i -William Welntore .
that is
3a"".s cf all Ki nteti' wSWlrtic.I. t-> carry it t ff I dug a <'feid; onlinatiie. j Story.TIMES

QJ//! G.UAUIITtf. VUU.TROTECT UJ.IM fallow; tit! b through this low land, lh.be at Davtuiin, Fhtrkla, Under mv I I
lTt ro. CATAt*'r[ hand this 14Hi day ..f 0 t..I..r. A. I). I CURE.I .
>> for the muck this la-4 summer 91W WROTE down A. W. Fritot Division Pass.
L$BY COMPANY O. Ii rfKAMAX. my troubles every day, Agent,
eighteen i inches deep. eight feet (SEAL) Mayor And after a few short sears.
tU rorii 6A. AtUst.A McF. PORTER. When I turned to the heartaches .as.*4
wide and GOO( feet away.I .
long, which is I
City Clerk 11 Jacksonville
-e read them with smiles! not tcaxa. /