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: November 7, 1908
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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.... 'Furnishing f fock FOR TIE DAILY NEw'Sakkk DIED IN DM.Was FOR[ COMING SEASON[ ; Halifax River ImprovementsSCHMIDT'S

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of House Furnishings consisting of lull j kkk .
a assortment of ; t
",';Pillow Cases Bed Spreads, Comforts, Blankets, Towels,Table J ; The Initial Issue of the Season Was One of the Heaviest Lumber Daytona Will Be Favored With i HOTEL i '

Lace Curtains Portieres, Couch Covers Formerly S'luuiiU'n. Villa.
i, Rags, Upholstery
Appear December I. Operators in the Northwestand / Some Excellent Attractions
Cretones- Denims.etc., is now complete and ready for the *. HENRY SCHMIDT &: SON, Proprietors,'::: '"j
'.- Better Than Ever. Southern States. During the Winter. *
We have endeavored to before I
place you a nice selection in J \ : DAYTONA FLORIDA.
.r. "bing in the furnishing line and we believe our stock is as good Preparations are continually being Bibs A. Blodgett, for sixty v/irs This year the Lyceum Course, .
in t the State. Our prices are right. made in the Gazette-News office for closely identified with the Ihrmber which has been so popular in the It "*

the appearance of the Daily News industry of the country, die(rat his larger cities of Florida, is to have a : Fine Home Table Delightful 11City
,.. The Peck-Hendricks Company. December 1 and continuing until home in Gra'id Rapids, Mien., last showing in our city, and the fact k S Reasonable Rates Runny Rooms i r'
NNN.N.N.. ..................N... April 1. Sunday in his 84th year. that these numbers are used in ,....>wNN........**tt.*.a,.**a..r a ucaui tutYluta..-*

A new Dabcock press and an lie was horn in Otsego county other cities of the State, enables us -

.. Eclipse folder have- been installed New York, in IS2). In 1817 he to get them at a little letter rate.

and next week the electric motor to began work in an upper Michigan I The first number will appeal to ._ Hotel. ]
:TE CHAS L: GARDINER CO operate the folder will be set in saw" mill, finally becoming one of heats of a music-loving city like ___

place. the heaviest timber operators in the ours, for the program is delight- .h.__ OPEN All THE YEAR
Most of the staff reportorial and State. In 1885 he began buying fully suited to all. The De Armond A

typographical, have been engaged.As southern timber land.and was one Concert Company, composed of A ., ELrCTRICLIGHfR.
Dry Goods. i previously stated, L 0 Demaree, of the first northern men to nuke has,o cautante, cellist and accom- : r ..- ELECTRIC BELLS. -J

4'te of Kentucky, will hold the position such investments. lie and his associates pauist, soprano soloist and violinist Hot and Cold Baths. -

cf city editor, while Chas S. Harris are among the largest hold is probably well known to many. Table Fir. .cla lS.
will assist him in the reportial ers iu southern pine today.lie This is the first number and will

Phone 102, Anthony Block, .: work, and boost the circulation.Mrs. founded the villages of Hersey. appear early in January. ___ : GEO. H. MATTHEWS
II. A. Bernard will t he staff Evart and Baldwin, Michigan, and Late in January Gibeon Garl is 4
correspondent at Seabreeze and was one of the first to demonstratethe booked. He is an impersonator of PROPRIETOR.

DAYTONA. FLORIDA. Daytona Beach. value of northern Michigan land unusual ability who gives character ............N..................-...................
'"""" NNNN................. .....NNNNNN.to .. Geo. F. Crouch, who for several for agricultural purposes. lie was presentations in a new and taking ..
years has beets in charge of the me always a Republican and was a del- way. His changes of voice dress :J The Princess Issena hotel Is the opened fine new tbe stone past winter nd frame at :

chanical the national and actions and &Seabreeze Florida It will continue for the accomodation of .
department, will be ably egate-at-large to conventions are HO speedily so open| summer
.i.i.i.I.I.i.t.1.1.i.i.I.i.I.I.i.i.i.I.IISIS : J tourists. Located in !large! grounds I minut walk from the beach; modem i ;
. assisted by Miss Cora Crouch, A. of I 1892 and 1900 and several skillfully made that one feels the conveniences; rooms l large and 1 airy; laiious! and breezy verandas. Good .
Z. Wesley, of Waycross, Ga., and times district delegate. He was presence of many men on the stage : home tablt'enrlthinJt; fir.-t-t lass: 'I'Uli'lIII'r rules. Address :
iRe.at: Groceries Geo. A. King,of Titusville. Besides married in 1859 to Jennie S. Wood He i is well and favorably known in ADA W. TOWI-K5.' SEA BREEZE, FLORIDA. :

the above two more compositors, not and to this marriage were born John the circles where Lyceum courses .......................4+..........................

., vet engaged, will assist in elevatingthe W. Blodgett; Republican national are given. .++-...-.+.+.--.+-...++,.*+...:..' .....+.+.........+.++.+..
Y It has been our aim to establish : "little leaden missles" that committeeman for Michigan, and Late in January Alton Packard, AM) COtTAGES .

a grocery here that will meet : will convey to the readers of Mrs. Edward Lowe. who has won such wide popularityas i THE WHITE HOUSE D AY ONA BEACH. FLA. :

with the popular wants. of the : the Daily News the news of the day. Mrs. Blodgett died in 1890 and a cartoonist, will be here. This : Capacity 30 rooms. Knnni brit:ht. airy and romphtely furnished. Moderaimprovements J J
; clean and up Unl.ite. I.txated on Seabreeze Avenue a short i
J" people. \Ve study their wants The Daily News will have the 1893 he married Miss Daisy A, will probably be the most interesting : distance from Atlantic Otrun. .Summer rates SI 00 per day and up. Spec- ,
telegraphic service of the Publishers Peck, of Atlanta, Ga and she survives entertainment that has been in Day- : tad rates by week or season :
and their needs and buy accor : I E. 1.. HOWARD Proprietor.
Press Press Association the him with three children tona. Packard draws the picturesas : ;
,;;. dingly. We'are not overtaxed : leading young +..+...+.+......*...+.........+...+....NNNNr ...+..
association of afternoon papers. Mr. and Mrs. Blodgett have been he stands before his audience,
.' with expense and are enabled to : Departments will be maintaned winter residents of Daytona for and by his actions and by music ..........N..N..- ...............4.............M.- .

.-} sell at moderate prices. Give for hotel arrivals, I local news, state many years and owned one of the and verse of his own composition, LING WAH

a us a trial for the coming month. :1 I events, local items of a general nature most beautiful homes in the city. ie makes the character live. The I riR.STCI.ASSCHINESE

.... and local personal mention. entertainment is not absolutely humorous -
4. il! The subscription price will be A LARGE CIGAR FACTORY for the characters belonging i I LAUNDRY ;
}:S. W. $1.50, strictly in tdvance, where to "Uncle Sam's Folks" are not ail 214 North Beach Street DAYTONA. FLORIDA. 1i

I the paper is sent by mail; or it will [FOR CITY OF DAYTONA. of that nature. Stiff bosom shirt, open front.12 light Shirts._ ,.-."-"-......"...",?--10 ;
: Beach Grocer. : be delivered by carrier in the car- The last number, to be given in i White shirts-_ ._.10 Woolen Shirts. 10 i
e st. rier districts at 15 cents per week. kkk March, needs no introduction. The Check shirts-_ _..._.............., 8 Undershirts. .._ ._._ 8'
-- .. i The business men are responding Quaker Male Quartet is known all New shirts._.._...........................13 Draw era...__...____ 8 .
Telephone No. 19. with their advertising Vet Cave Will Open Establish over the United iStates. Shirts collar attached.......... ........13 Socks, per pairHandkcrch ____ 3 i '
-- .1.1.....1.I.11I.II.I.I1/11.I.I111I.IIIhI.I. liberally so far ment in a Few Days.-Thirty pain) i Collar,each.............. -._............2J I rfs_-- 3
patronage, and those not yet ap It is from the numbers that Cuffs, per pair.,_..........._............... 5 Silk 1 lIandkf'Th
_*__ proached on the subject will be Cigarmakers Employed. they are high-priced entertainments i
( YOU WILL FIND WHAT YOU SEEK called by Mr. Harris. but tile price of the four numbers to L11 Also Ladies Clothes at corresponding prices, 4J. o t
of' real e tate."whether upon Vet Cave'!, who has. just returned ........N.....................................
? a under the category No other institution is as advantageous from Porto lliro where, he has been the one purchasing a season!; ticket, .
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_ __ it be a house store stable farm or city to community from an advertising commit ted 1 with one tf the largest is :$; 1.,4)), and we feel that more than .....................................................
lots unimproved, for your own tenancy -
country, to rent to Others or hold as an in- standpoint as a daily news- cigar factories on tin t i island, has value received is given to the pur- i Go to i
; : tment-a11 these parcels-on our lists! paper, and if the p patronage justifiesthe rented the Cole building on North chaser.It .
Iii which are free to your search. We are at Daily News will excel any other Beach street and tipet-ta to open a is not unusual that four enter-
four service. for anything(In the real estatetusiness. daily in Florida outside of the c g-.n factory in ten days or two tainments of this class be rated at I CONRAD GROCERY CO. lf; : j ji

larger cities. weeks. Mr. Cave will em ploy twenty- ?:3.O; (', but we are very anxious to

J. C. BUTLER, five or thirty cigarmakera, and will\) get a Lyceum Course started here. i :w ....
for your Pet (Cream) Milk, It(J small cans for 25c, F t 4s
gradually eipand the business. lie We believe that our city might justas .'
Real Estate. Life, Fire and Accident Ins. Quail Season Open. to on !
*; Phone 234, Daytona Beach Fla. says that he has already contracted well have this advantage as any go yourToasted
The quail season opened 1 Sunday for all the cigars 100 men can make other city. Opportunity to buy Corn Flakes, Post Toasties, i *
t .........................INN.NN and many of the local sportsmen and that the industry in Daytona tickets will be given very soon as i
z made early start for the woo lr. I Puffed Rice Wheat Berries or i
: Bread an Lids fair to become of considerable the numbers are already booked. : ,
Ask for the The heavy rains have filled the I magnitude. i This Course is under the auspices of i Triscuit all at lOc each. ii

;a'' swamps with water and driven the Industries of this kind should be the First Baptist Church, and all 'of ,
with the stamp of birds into the open and they seem encouraged l in Daytona as it will Lethe the entertainments will be given in i S. ,Yo Biscuit and Quaker Oatmeal. 2 for 25c. i

to be more abundant than a year means of distributing several that building. I : Cream of Wheat, Ralston: Breakfast Food or =

ago. The first onslaught of tie thousand dollars in local channels M. E. BROWS, i Petit John at 15(' each. i
f'Daytona Bakery hunters will, however make the On behalf of Committee
every year.Jacksonville : Kumford Powder 1 :
birds shy and they will soon hunt I I and one or two other Baking pound can 25c. .

'.!f 'Onr. towns in Florida have offered Mr I Changed His Creed. i The Conrad Grocery Company i

4'.:fJ.i..;?1---f.!;: ::. H. E.- QUIGG, Oysters Injured by Fresh Water.E. I I to Cave locate very with substantial them, but inducements Daytona Rev. and Mrs Howard! B. Gibbons .: K.; T. Conrad A Co's. old stand. .:
e' :."'.;:.:'/. ..-, G. I/onge A Co, state that being Mr. Cavr'n home he preferredthis left Tuesday for Key West, ......................................................
.. Proprietor. where Rev. Gibbons has
,. have accepted a
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quantities oysters He does ask the
great unusual t I' .ation. not call as pastor of the First Congregational -I, ...1..N..1.N....14t......i11..1111.t/H..NN NN
<. 'been destroyed by the heavy people to advance him a building or
r and continued rainfall of the past anything of that kind, as the other Church at that place. The j

'a .*>ti...t....*.... *************.***t***"*". few mouths. They say that if we towns bate offered, but he will appreciate Reverend: gentleman hajr been, for !I| Day Electric CurrentWill
freshet the past two or thrtf v ars pastor of !i
ERICKSON : had escaped this outers the j-o-ojieration of the citizens -
It: N. the First Baptist /urch at th n
; abundant and
would have been more in giving him their moral support -
WorKer. !known here.i place, and in this move changes his
&*biiiet MaKer. Wood : finer than ever in the enterprise. '
In their oyster beds at Hose Hay it creed to that of a Congregationalist, :, be turned on
Picture Frames, Door and Window Screens made to order. : was common to find in"hhlualshells I for which we presence he has goal !;

Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA FLA. St Itt' three inches wide and nine incle Death of Mrs. A. J. Perkins. reasons. Rev Gibbons and his et-I December I, 1908.

". wFuFto+rN..f.fr..>ftcas; ************************** long, running fifteen to twenty I Eliza II. Perkins, wife of Dr. A timaUe wife were extremely deep'I'
lost died in Daytona, and it was with 'I'his' ill the citi/.ens of ]}
, oysters to the quart. They I J. Perkins, Tuesday morningat give: Daytona,

:t. > .........................: about 4,000) bushels out of a total her home on North Ridgewond regret that his numnrous friends i: Seabree/e, and I Daytona Bench
................... the learned some time ago of his intended an '
ofO.OoO. They propose to get avenue at the age of 77 years, after
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- 1:&K D. TAYLOR. Electrical Contractor best possible, however, even if they I a brief illness. / departure. ,I portunity to operate' 01'I I

Specialty. !\sR" have to hunt them at a distance.An Mrs. Perkins was fy e cif the city's ---- I
r House Wiring a
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Shades pioneer visitors, liaviLf first come Fined For Hallowe'en Fun. I II Electric Fans, Flat Irons, Machines,
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r in Electrical Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures FLA. Enjoyable Halloween; Party. to Daytona with her husband thirty- About a dozen young fellows were

: pe. No. 8 Orange avenue, DAYTONA, .....* The sheet and pillow case party !i three years ago. at the time Marcus picked l np by Marshal Myers and'!I and motors of various kindThe, operating -
NNNNNN/...4.............N...... given at the Guild Hall of :St." Marys i| L. Smith and family! willed here. ordered 'o appear in the Mayoi'u
She has spent many winters here ;1 of motors hy rlt-rtiirity: Ii clean
Episcopal Church Hallowe'en was avery court Monday morning for a too
........3........ ..................., pleasant and successful affair I since that time, returning with her strenuous observance! of Hallowe'enHis and economical.' Ask us

... WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING t I both socially and financially. Tie family 111., until in the four spring years ago to, when Plainfield'they, Honor Mayor Seaman fined the I I IC

Hot Air Mesdames Aultman and I5rower I decided to take up their permanent boys $ltttNt<< and costs each but i OiightOSplant
Roof, a
.4 )t a Galvanized Iron Tank a new Tin Furnal'e'l I were in charge of the arrangements: residence at this place. agreed to remit ?T..f.) of the fine Adam Schantz Electric{
complete a I Brower' Mrs. Perkins. i is sunned by her ,
xy uC the other metal necessities required to for the evening and Mrs. prcvi.'ed they retraced their steps of I
fuinMied 1 the husband and one son, Harry Per
V- and Mrs. Davidson Saturday night ami replace everything -
_b'ng, remember that i 1 tins. who have the sympathy of the E.: ]L. ( ; NX General Manager.
The lightswere ,
,. music for the occasion.i 'community in their bereavement in as good order; found by .J.JI

A a SON suitably masked and a row of Services were held at the residence them, which they at once pus-eetletl NN...............S K i....4e..4...................
? C. NASH pumpkin faces adorned the stage at '?::?.n) o'clock Wednesday to do, thereby( obtaining a double I

A\ I AYTO,; .. rLA. Some forty or more of the young |afternoon, Ut'(1.. C. Gillette, o"f dose of fun for their money. ................................;.;.................:
l BM OB HMMi MM HI participated in the enjoyments : Seabn'eze, officiating and the interment F. CLARK herea6 $*It and FISH .
reliable service at fair prices. I people was at Pinewo-nl cemetery water .
.beat I prepared to give prompt and of the evening. I I The pall bearers were G. F Smith, H'herry( olive hedges furnishedand : Oyt'r. and C1am Game in Sfaw. All orders : <
*,General repair shop on Volusia Avenue', next to the Armory. : J i I. Winne. I.. Z. Uunlick. II S ,planted 1 anywhere in Daytona ron willrcc' ire prompt attention.Cottas .
"* solicited. anti inner tubes 1 Miller A. M.-F Porter and A. S the prmnsul.l. Address Wm : A\-nue n.'YTOXA.FI.A. :
58. Out of town work : Automobile. tires Spangler., Lick City. ;'tHS' I :.................................................... i
vulcanized at Oliver's garage

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THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS -POSTMASTER' [ J. I.: JOUEY[ ally brief and years comforter of their during married, the life. f five Of tiffgs.ixirgfSenno To the Young Ma

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY thiv marriage were born Mr.Jolley's 'yrup
T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor ojny children son, who died in seeking something especially nobby Z -

KKK f nildbood, and his daughter, Mary and uncommon in suitings and overS
Irene who survives him. .w _
THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY Died Thursday Morning of inspection of }
To resume the business sketch, in coatings, we suggest an

( INCORPORATED ) Trouble After a Brief V April, 1874, after an interregnum of acts gently! Jet promptly the 500 handsome Fall and Winter r

Illness. but three months Mr. Jolley was: so one bO\\'els.cleanses fabrics displayed in our tailoring
Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter.
I fortunate as to secure the positionof .
the !
bookkteperand cashier in tie < system effectually, ,

SATURDAY, MVEMBCR 7, 1908 b wholesale shoe house of II. W. assists one overcoming assortment is from Ed. V. Price r

I %Weaver ('o. With thU firm he Kalritual constipationpermanently. & Co., famous as the largest makersin
SUBSCRIPTION: RATHS. t remained fifteen )eau, and during the world of GOOD

One one ,,.&r---- .__....._..........................._..........$1.50 I this t time, on Sept. 12: 188:1, he was To got its -
Ooe copy eli months.... _..__....... ..................--.. ...... .h' '
One ropy ropy three months. ..______-.-_._._-..__- -_-.._-;-,-.-....-.... .ap( married Eleanor to 1 U.his Coulter surviving daughter wife, Miss of! i beneficial effects 6the u Tailored-to-order Clothes, %

ADVERTISING RATES. (Jr. J. P. Coulter, of Cedar Rapids: enutne.lanu .
a>r ids. S9a&t Iowa |acturcd|) the and embodies the most attractive
Rats Inch Insertion: to regular advertisers.......... .............._.......JO rent! I In I8S'J failing health C .niH-lIe| \l patterns in browns, tans, drabs, greys,
Rate ir Inch per insertion for I leas than three months............... ....-.... .. cent* a55 Mr Jolley to his IN nit inn, CALIFORNIA smokes stone and wood t
Rate per Inch per insertion! for single iiii-erUon__ .._._............... ._....- ...M e.tollb rengu olives, d.
per per t\ and to 8 k hit huint in un.ilder 4
a present
tc m' O&"RUPCO.
READING NOTICES OH LOCALS. y.,? &s F colorings. 4 ,
Rate per line each insertion..... __. _____.-.................. 10('(Ont' climate at l>a\tona. where he
RATES FOR CHURCHES LODGES.:: I.*.IX' hat! purchased the Halifax Journal SOLD LEADING DRUGGISTS-5tlir..BQTTIt( Have a suit or overcoat made from

All dub nocietj organization, lodge and church notices, other than religious of its former proprietor and has ot'.liii do to selection of style and fabric
can more ,
service: 5 rent per line. Cards of thanks 50 cents each. Resolutions, 5 cent your
% per line. Legal advertising at.I"Cal rates.GENERAL since conduited its destinies; just the you want it, unsurpassed .
inrke the }home attractive way
{ I PROVISIONS.No In June, 1891!) Mr. Jolley was at- : .

single charge for display advertising of any kind Lass l than :.0 N'UtA. pointed postmaster at Daytona by I i tlia-i toBRIGHTEN in style, shape, fit and quality, for ..
Good position given every advertisement. An extra c'harrt".f 2c"t"lItll't"r jm h Idle JOHN: MARTIN JOLLEY l8 President Harrison and filled that about half what a small tailor would 1J.a..I.eJ..W,.
will be made for add with. specified positions. No special positions j given on ads lfwslyIncorporated. '
Lit Ices than five Inches. office to the general satisfaction of I charge you.
NoadverUsemenu accepted for the first. page. John Martin .Tolley, for many
Extra charge made on display advertisements containing an average of more the people until August J. 18%! UP .r.
;* and editor of the Halifax ANTHONYe..m. BROTHERS .
years owner ,
.t-- than 30 words to the inch. In November 1808, be was reap-
All bills payable on the first of each month. Journal and postmaster at Day- *i
pointed by President McKinley and ---- '"

tona. died at his home on Palmetto continued to serve the people until outside( find inside with ...............................N 4=--
A communication from citizens of avenue Thursday forenoon about .
KHUl MEETING OF THE his demise. '-
Hill in Ormond Road nine o'c-lol'k. The of deathwas
Holly re to cause The funeral services were held i Titusville Lumber Co.-
was referred to Commissioner Potter heart trouble. Mr. Jolley had Paints <
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. yesterday afternoon at 3:00: o'clock ,
Commissioner Murray was author- not. enjoyed good health for sometime i ARE NOW SELLING -
and interment made in Pinewood
kK ized to furnish such supplies to but was confined to his bed .

Considerable Business Before the I paupers at New Smyrna as he may only a few da}s. Cemetery.- --- Stains and I LUMBER

I find necessary. John Martin Jolley was of Hollander -

Board at DeLand Monday I Martha Littleton was allowed lineage, both on the father's Port Orange.Port .: AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES:,

and Tuesday. month in and mother's side his grand Varnishes.Get .
? $5.00 per supplies. great Orange, Nov. 4 Among Rough Framing......__._..____.__......-....... ..tig 60-: -

The Board of County Commissioners i I The Criminal Court Cost Bills father having emigrated from that those who went to the camival at :"Framing, dressed! four sides.. .. ...........................-.___.......r 15 00
met at DeLand last Monday were examined and approved for country to the United States and Jacksonville were Fred Cushman, them of : A. Flooring Ceiling and Siding.. _______ __ 22 50 -

evening in regular monthly session; $302.92: : and clerk instructed to settled in New Jersey. From that W. C. Howes, Mrs. Frank Sparkmanand : B. Flooring, Ceiling and Siding ........... ..... ....._..??......??. 20 00 ,

R. D. Brooke, John Cranor, issue warrants therefor. State his grandparents removed to : No. I. Common Flooring,Ceiling and Siding.....__.___ U 00
present daughter and Mrs. Dupont and : No. 2, Common Flooring, Ceiling and Siding_ 10 00 :
The of committee Washington, Pa His father, Ab-
W. H. McBride and S. D. Jordan, report appointed Co.
daughter. Bingharn&Maley : Door and Window Casing and Finishing Material dressed four sides. 20 00
clerk. T. J. Murray was elected to mark and view road near solo-n Jolley, and his mother, Mr. Triblett, a popular hotel man, : Sheathing, dressed one side..... ..... ,.... 10 00 1-

;; chairman, pro tem. New Smyrna was filed and committee Phoebe Post Jolley, were Ohio and a young friend, arrived last : The above prices are for carload lots, f. o. b. mill, Titusville, Fla. i--

/ The following road and bridge reports discharged.A pioneer, having, in 1810, made the night and are guests at the Illinois FURNITURE UNDERTAKING \ -PROMPT sniP'-irvr. .

s were then submitted: warrant was ordered drawn for journey fron Washington, Pa., House. .+..+. *..+.+..+.4..+.++$4+...++.+..< ....+..INNN/I 4
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District No 1-Repairs on De- 1v.'C. Cannons for 50. of the through the almost unbroken wil- *
Mr. Heed, of Bellville, Canada :
Land and Orange City and Orange amount held in reserve on DeLand dernes-i to I iii" xi.-inity of Mansfield who is representing E J. Smith A- 69Best ********>****.*********.** *.*e*4Z O**.*......*W Hi?1t

City and Enterprise roads. Daytona road contract, this action and bellied upon a heavily timbered
Co., of Jacksonville, was in town
; Disk No. 2-Repairs on Lake being taken in order to hasten the quarter section of land to hew out a last week ROSES M. ELLA DE VOY CO.LADIES' -

f Helen and Winnemissett road, re- construction of said road. home for themselves and three chil '

Mr. Dunn, of Dunn Brothers lJ HATTERSCorrect
; to Crows Blnff bridge and The nmittee appointed at the SI1UTIJ 1NI I wAr ,
fairs dren.Mr. tona, was>> a visitor here Thursday m1 BESt tBOIlAnd -
prisoners at work uncovering shell meeting of 01 t. 19 for the purposeof Jollry was born April 2J, A. J. Hicks has had substantial me* Flavin OT vfa w Offeti in Styles. OPEN ALL :THE YEAR' fa
a .
reporting on DeLand-Da tona f A Select<< Rwdr.sad Ew: *. West New York ) 1S. ). His life until the of
1 on avenue. age fence built around his lot on the her, err.O"-.L5bede; ese al ta. h. ..............................e...........N. \.
S, Dist. No. 3-General repairs on road was discharged and the workon sixteen, was passed; upon the farm River Shore. LUlDSWlIISKIS&II ft.IImC P115..... ...... -

bridges and seven cars of shell laid the road will be continued. with its u81.allaOOr; and his educa- .c-pIow aIIIIoc d nor,omir.at Fri .
.... _
Qlenwood road. tion in the district Mr. Scott is progressing finely nEE Nul f co.rtasaafyatw Ne.. ......... ... ...et4.so.a ae -
':. on was chiefly acquired with his house. It is ready for the ,<<... cane""""
.. Dist. No. 5-General repairs.On schoolhouse. Among those i
plasterers.Mr. o itMt
Hill. Mmr
motion the communication Holly who came to teach in the district THE STANDwill
Peteet, the Oak Hill lumberman Phillip E. Robinson, Architect. Jj
from the Florida East Coast Automobile Holly Hill, Fla., Xov.1- school was a tall young man, then was in town Saturday.Miss l National Bld'g

Association in r: to Daytona Mrs. E. G. Merlel went to St. Au- in his junior year in college, Mat- i Mnraunmh.Winter Homes Ga.

.5-- road was read and ordered filed for thias Day, Jr., later in life the EHutt, of Oswego III, arrived I l / .il In Florida .
gnstine on Wednesday to transact t, I Bungalows.
information.The Saturday and is slopping Patio HouM-t i deliver gasoline without
business founder of Day ton a. At the suggestion I II
some returning Saturday. Tropical bar
pension claim of W. B. Min- Mrs. H. A. Carter a Hal- of Mr. Day, Mr. Jolley, then I the Illinois House. al.l i dent <
.. ;.. ehew was refused. lowe'en party to a number of the 1C years old, took up his studies at Hon. Chas. Dougherty was .+' i savannah Boston, any charge f for delivery at i

The report of the State Auditorwas Oberlin. Port Orange Tuesday. j 1 Tampa. I

read ordered filed and recorded young folks. __ point in Sea-
r George Somers came home Satur- After teaching in country schools -------- - n I any "

in the Tallahassee minutes. Fla., Oct. 2G, 1008. day.Rev.. and Mrs. Marsh and Miss almost several unbroken terms Mr.office Jolley life began of fifty an TO.NIGHT Imans Opera House breeze, Daytona Beach, Or- tt

To the Governor; Woodrich visited Mrs. Edmondson years duration by accepting the position ,

Sir-I have the honor to report on Friday. of deputy clerk of the Court SEABREEZE. mond or Port Orange. Quality '

that on the 4th day of July I concluded Anna Mabbette spent Sunday with of Common Pleas of the adjoining

an examination of the county Zilpah Harris. county of Crawford, and filled the ONE NIGHT ONLY, SATURDAY, NOV, 7 and quantity guaranteed.Call .

; officials of Yolusia County, to-wit: There was no scarcity of soap in position for two years, when he tooka THE NOVELTY OF TilE YEAH
Office Phone 128 :
Clerk of the Circut Court. Tax Col- our neighborhood on Hallowe'en as course in Gundry's Commercial THE DIXIE GIRLS LADY htl\lNSTRELS.eantiful t

lector, Sheriff, County Judge, many of the windows were plentifully College at Cincinnati. In the summer Mills Transfer 77 t;

County Superintendent of Public smeared.Mr of ISol; he was married to Miss First Part. New Songs and Jokes. Strong Specialties. The Warehouse t GO;(

: Instruction and the County Treas- and Mrs. W. F. McCoy( arriv- Mary J. Beach, a neighbor" and Prettiest Girl U a.

urer with the following results: ed Saturday and are at home with schoolmate, and in 1852 removed to Prices 25, 50 and 75 cents. Kerosene Oil Delivered l b y Tank Wagon.Gasoline r

I find that the Clerk of the Court Mr. McCoy's parents. B. F. McCoy ,Mansfield, and assumed the entire ; Machine Gas and Lubricating Oils. \

has on hand or has satisfactorily accounted accompanied them.W. charge of the Auditor's office of his

f for all tax sales certificates T. Lindsey arrived Tuesday native county of Itichland, and per- ...................................+4...
Armour's Fertilizers
with which he is properly charged.: from Tampa for a visit with his formed its duties for two years. are -- -- __ _u __ _=---

That as County Auditor he is keeping mother. In 1855: Mr. Jolley became bookkeeper I made from the highest

: accounts with all County officials in the bank of E. Sturges, TheyGrow
Ixtie r i is OUR
as is required to be kept by tion Sr.>A Co. With this house, as quality of animal :
of products
gUCftsonc1 meals pleasant I .;
him.The i bookkeeper and later as teller, he

Tax Collector has promptly rooms 2l-4t remained until 18C5, when the Rich- which are everywhere

turned over to the County and State SENSE I IN EXERCIS- land National Hank was founded ABSOLUTE SAFETY Insured t7

Treasuries all Public Monies that known to be the
;. i under the national bank act, and
came into his hands. The Weakness That Comes With Great
The Sheriff has promptly reportedand Muscular Exertion.It Mr. Jolley was elected cashier by best forms of plant food. Capital $lOt),000( )
unanimous The business of
Is a curious fact that perfect health vote. B.
turned over to the County Is not consistent with high muscular this bank grew rapidly I the bank of Ig Use them and Surplus $250,000

t. Treasurer all Public Monies that dev tpin .. came into his office. all UK'ti who acquire phenomenal
with it and
a aggregating will better
.; The County Judge and the strength seem to I lot* In length of life : millions of dollars 'early grow and Actual security to depositors $450,000( :
and }
: ndh.ltrhlt they gain for a few
;: County Superintendent<< of Public Crops
yean of record transacted. pocket book
breaking powers. I \msprivileged your grow
t- Y: Instruction have properly recorded to see on several occasions Mansfield became a boom town in NOTE:-This Dank is Number One on the "Honor( Roll" 01
t and reported the conduct of their Louis Cjr. the Canadian giant who fatter than -
:: respective offices. broke all weight' lifting record lie the early seventies, and unfortunately I ever before.1anufactured National Banks in Florida: and No. 187 in the whole

weighed 3:0 pounds and was, all solid Mr. Jolley had too sanguinea i United States, among over sixty.eight hundred =ationaf
The .
County Treasurer has
prop- tone and muscle. I saw him hold hIs
belief in its future, borrowed Hanks.
erly charged himself with all Public wife out at art n.' length with" one in Jacksonville
Monies that came into his hands and hiuul 1 Saw him raise a SO r poundbarrel money speculated in real estate,
from the floor to his shoulder. anl 1 when the great panic of of 1873 CONSERVATISMProTen
: had hand
using; only one band and arm. I
swept over country, reducingreal
July First-$28.8::3.41 saw him get down on all four under
Distributed as follows: a platform (tearing 4Ujo pound estate values to almost nothing, by our success and our repntatfen; (

of big men .selected from the the au General Revenue $9,212.29!) : ence. nnd be raised the platform with the way of money and property. : $J.9S Fine Leather Seat i s sDil.ing SQUARE DEALING ,
E .1 i Road -4.7i)8.r? his mighty Iwck.Vt. this rvnmrt.al.leman
L was' muscle bound and This loss so affected his personal !i Ask our patrons.
Fine and Forfeiture <:rlpptel| | 1
4,971.70General at thirty-,*veo, when he should h.vebeen credit that he resigned his cashier-: n Room Chair
r }
;? I School 4,135.43 at the height of his wonderful ship in January, 1874, and at the TREATMENT
Sub. School Dist. 5780.43 powers.Kennedy. I rxeuuiul li of fifty-four, began the world I ,. ,. quarter.safJ
age kH.J ,
; !
the .Uau.u JJin
who r tIE':.t.h My polished.
j oarsman
won a linlQ bather I Open
J All of which is ruc an with it.
sub account
respectfully and
diamond belt for lifting with his hands financiallly again. The wife of his bvJllr"lour: l.!" alsnrr.1. I re:: :a I. 1,be pra.c is ros INc b.1!. us we will dt-monstrate
lIuu..e .1":4:1111,2 1:1t.ilic: lot chairs tIy
mitted. from the floor Mat _-._,."U > : kuiJs .n .:U : CJlidU lurRln"
absolutely without -w Mu t*t ties that! TTC can enl t
apparatus had died out the
youth .
some ,
years previous dealer' prottt.a.t ft !:1 I d c.rrrt fit you at \\bolcl.e.
The revolver bond of Moses Marshwas a thousand pound weight was
used and in 1873 Mr. Jolley had married Yui run,.o catoM.lx! : 'lire rice ruur money back if
up and crippled before be .. nrrr is not FIRST NATIONAL BANK
waiforty. esattb: as we rc ,
approved. Dowd. professional Miss Fannie of t t-.I.r r.xtt. n6 C'iz'rc lor dl "
strong man Nye, daughter Dr pure ... .' .n.-room. Carter: btd-room.
tuacn.: Li
The claims of Elvira Sum- and teacher of athletics .... ; r es 'hcu-anJ every other: use. horn
pension himselfout
wore II. S. Nye of Zanesville, Ohio, who ,1..11,1; tt.e (oI."I.L I.I! Lio'lo.S! of woodJkdert she
merlin and W. V. Carter were ap- and died at fortyaeven"Common C..i.y... s.4, ,.r.r a t"f' uurnt., 'd calalone an-I sprrl.i flIrlalt"u ) ST.
r. 411. Jilt ILa&
faced nil ai I
Sense In Exercise" by Charles U.CecJraa1 bravely and shared his misfortunes et..La.t.5buy." ;:; ::' :;:the:=ii! "I y .gTeea.ryf6'M AUGUSTINE I FLA.

proved. la lUtropolitaa Magazine with him an unfailing FLORIDA CHAlII FACTORY BtUG_ end ....... S.., JacIlM..o&e,n. f '

..ifT.a4i "-

xi r

We do not claim to sell .

jewelry, but we do claim to sell cheap the Mildred Mrs. Watson of Ormond and daughter, called, Miss: on NOVEL ATTRACTION I AT DEMOCRATIC TORY PARTLY: .a.is .. .

best Compare at the our lowest goods possible with others prices.and friends in Daytona Thursday. OPERA MUSE, SEABREEZE. CRUSnlN6 DEFEAT MOSTLY;

be convinced Mr and Mrs. Stephen Findley, of JOE OSBORNE :

Geo. H. Clark, jeweler Plainfield 111., arrived Thursdayand kkk It KK ,

are at home on Palmetto avenue. The Dixie Girls Lady Minstrels The Election Tuesday Was a..
Dr. G. M. Wallace and Andrew
Bostrom, of Ormond Mr. and Mrs. Beecher came from Will Present a Most Unique Quiet Affair In Volusia

having Xmas prea- visitors. Wednesday.J were Daytona Brooklyn Thursday and are occupy- Entertainment Tonight. County. I i. Sanitary Plumbing He* and

e. Why not you? 1; tag their winter residence on South <
up-to-the-minute The dock'ili front of the Prince lidgewocd. The management of Wilmans The campaign of 1903 is a matterof 1

'Ittore George Hotel has recently been ov- Opera House Seabreeze, has booked history. While the republican I

.;resent. Don't have erhauled and put in good repair. Mrs. C. R. Simonds arrived from the Dixie girls Lady Minstrels for r national ticket was elected the Ventilating I '
js until get them Jacksonville ,
you Thursday evening, and Saturday, N."v. Ttli. au I t'lis: famous democrats made several substantial .
A Co, The Jewelers. J. E. Edmonds. of Texas iA
; visiting Mrs. Nellie Simonds .
will fill the on com pa i y will furnish an entt rtain- gains. John A. Johnson was elected I.
pulpit at the First
*- f algbam arrived home Baptist Orange avenue. ment that is original and novel-the governor of Minnesota by 20.000, V

}pt.week from a visit to Church Sunday.FoR tomorrow. and the following How about those eyeglasses that hit of the 8ea ,1l. II while Taft carried the 3ta/e by 4. Complete Gas Plants Installed.

I tall off. I ran fix them. A l'iutifid niintr first part is 85,000. The governorship r/ Ohio d .

Irt. L D. Pitcher have SALE-Three show casesand Neville I H. Clark Opt idan.11iall fined ill with ne.v pkw. h'e! s'II,
one 14-foot counter at Barnes' Novelty coined \ and the Yolusia and Florida in
Dixon i where they have R USI'I4'Jt.' l| proprietor of the young County Brass and Galv. and ::1
Store. Pipe Fittings. ;
ladies ladies are Inn: l IsonuMv c sturaed. general all democratic nominees
og the summer. i'uriiishini; More, is i again ;
4 Capt. Leon E. Ellenwood has in the city for the season, having The olio is replete with new and were elected Taft carried Daytona j '

i Aberrombie went to l been busy this week novel specialties and the mu>*i- precinct by majority:1 and DeLandby j
theboat arrived
[ Monday afternoon for a lauding at Volusia avenue in (i,1 comedy "The Girl From Dixie"will 10; majority. This is attributed I Ito Fairbanks & Morse Engines & Pumps. {

slit with friends at that Henry Swab returned to his 4 t ,
good repair for the season's busi introduce several of the latent the zealous efforts of local l republicans -

ness. : home at New Smyrna Thursday, mushy] comedy numbers, ,\ithspt''ial and the apathy of democrats.A 4 Niagara Hydraulic Rams.

Gas of statioorry just reiH after a three weeks sojourn at the costumes and strong chor special wire was cut into the 4

Young's Pharmacy The cash way is the only way to Daytona Hospital and Sanitarium building to he occupied by theCrystal 4 Ireland Pipe Wrenches. I

buy, as you can save from 5>; to usesThere 4
.FOR nEXT OR SALF-Furnished i in every indication that the Theatre and the returns

Mr* Wm Hall arrived 20;' by buying your groceries at cottage; 107 Orange avenue, L D. souse will crowded t for tins per were furnished by the Western 4,

'. licsburg, III., Suuday "OUR STORE" Pitcher. next door east!' tf forlllan(- which promises to be one Union Telegraph Company. A 4
their homo on JOE OSBORNE The Plumber j
street. W. W. Abercrombie made a tripto 12. II. Winney of Jacksonville, of the best that will appear at Sea large crowd was in attendance until 4 4 ;;, ,

DeLand Saturday with Dr. Van breeze this season after midnight and received the 4

hula, Jr., departed Tuea- Valzah and J. C. Butler, of Day arrived Wednesday! toac-crpt a position -- -- news Cigars and lunch were I Iserved j II
with the Halifax Printing Phone 96. II Orange Avenue.
for f Phoeuii, Arizona, Beach I
tona did
as passengers. The Mothers' Meeting. and even if the returns
(louse. Hid family will join him
it vat called by the illness party returned in the evening ac- not suit everyone the best of feeling 11
later. The Woman's Christian Temperance I OOt&OO! : iiI4.} OOOGr..s.
lajj brother, Charles. companied W. M. Hankius who prevailed.Dr. .

:. ;:. Ltthia Water. WM on his way home from Bartow. Mrs. J. H. Johnson and sons Union held a Motllers'11eeting G. A. Klock annaunced the

Claude R. and Howard arrived Friday of last week at the pleasant received while Dr. F. II.Houghton's ......................
returns as ,
8artitttts The Druggist
"Private tutoring by college graduate home of Mrs. Kt'ech.There was a
Thursday afternoon and located

H. A. McCleea, one of the college preparatory or grade in Dr. Seelye's cottage are on Orange arge attendance and after the usual: I Bryan and talking Taft machine speeches delivered dut-- i YOU MUST EAT TO LIVE '

Ulan I on the Ormond jwnf work. Miss M. S. Ruger, Daytona. avenue. "opening exercises the following ineresting rag the evening ,,

caller at the Justice : program was given: .
ii a pleasant Titus was busy duringthe
Dr. and Herman
J. C. Mrs.
New office Tuesday week returned "The Bravest Rattle" (that fought s
circulating a petition to their I
f'E: French arrived Satur- the County Commissioners asking summer Thursday home, Magnetic evening from Springs by mothers), read by the president Building: Lots For Sale. AND LIVE TO EAT.

that on election be called to vote on Then three little misses. Donna "f offer for sale lots 2 and 3,block .
and joined and their Volusia .
England Ohio
HaNew at
Jl the of removal of the are avenue [,., Dorm E. and Bernice M. Edwards :3 i. Coleman's addition to Daytona. .
ty, i who had proceeded him, question a residence for the winter. These the most desirable .
county seat. Similar petitions are were received as white ribbon are among While dam '. it you sliouM have the best and : -
fcyne on avenue. vacant lots left on Ridgewoodavenue.
FOR RENT Furnished
Cottage recruits and the white ribbon tied
.wRiseFurnished being used in the various precinctsin A fine location for a nice 1 and hayo: it at :living piii-cs. : :
: cottage the county. 9 rooms f 250 or 7 rooms $214): around an arm of each."No home. For prices address tf I .. .a. !

Dr. P. R. Bennett, tf Mrs. M. J. VanDorn. 24 4 Place for Boys," was read by, Guy S. Brown, Central Lake, Mich. i
Collars 2 cents, all style of shirts Miss Hjecker. The Choicest Family Groceries. :
arrived Wed- I
A.O, Elliot Samuel Mull who was with the .
10 cents, with work left and called i
Mrs Edwards read .
from Blanco, Col., and is 'Gator moving picture show last November Board.
for at Daytona Steam Laundry. tf Meetinxhoo. ot : "
., about "Child Mother of India That'sliat here. .i
story get
her sister, Mrs. Graham winter, is again filling the positionof ..
The Board met Monday evening,
Mr. and Mrs. D. Monk arrived the '
on Palmetto avenue. operator with that theatre which \ iT said.
Nov. 2nd DeLand with all :
Mrs II. G. Porter "The at members -
latter of last week from Niagara gave
part I .
assures a good service: for the season. .
:J Potter and daughter Miss Falls, where they conduct a curio I Value of a Peck of Corn:" From it present.

;Potter, sailed from New the Alexander Burden, of Joliet, III. he farmer receives a few cents; the The minutes of the last meetingwere I .
business during summer season
i L. Q. LYMAN.
W lie* Apache Wednesday and and are busy preparing for the season arrived Thursday night to spend the value to the distiller and saloonkeeper read and approved.

v rri to amve* in Daytona today. here. Mr. and Mra. Monk will winter. Their daughter, Mis. Rad- amounts to dollars; and then Under a special order of business I I ..

lay and children came the following the drunkard as his share gets: delirium Mr. Thornton and Mr. Carnell. of Miller-Strohm's old stand.
end in :
dentist west :
?, 9r. $o ghtoa. open their Beach street store .

"r& &Bridge. Peck block, phoue 32 \ about two weeks. They are locatedon day and wilt occupy the Carson tremens. Ormond, and Mr. Gailbreath of t,I.....................................................
winter. cottage on West Magnolia avenue. Mrs Meagley read an item on Beresford came before the Board.!
for the --- -- -----
Palmetto street
''i flea F. Blown and Miss "The ludivduality of Our 1'ojs" As the opposition to Mr. Thornton .

"JA Brown arrived Monday and Automobile tires and inner tubes sWhy not begin jour Xmas "Christmas and Santa Clans: (as hail been withdrawn, he was ap-

' MMcttpynig: their winter residence vulcanized at Oliver'sgarageJ shopping We have our a little usual earlier large assortmentof this year. one mother and daughter prepared pointed trustee of the Ormond f .B BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL r.i I IC.

tip J$ ,corner of Ridgewood and for them) was |x>rlraved 1 by the school to fill the unexpired term of
J. \ Booth arrived Sunday night Silver Deposit ware. Come in .
SMOK! avenues.MdMrs. I Superintendent ol Railroad: Work. Mr. Lowe The Board agreed to
3 xt.i from Old Orchard Make where he ani spend: a few minutes with us. :v
i W. F. Colby and has been during the summer i It will interest ).ou. An enjoyable! social hour follower, allow Mr Gailbreath $20:! per mouth [ C. B01IANXON: : ntzgerald I & Oates
refreshments for hauling ten children from Beres
I Garaell came down from Or- with his exhibit of Florida animals Geo. II. Clark Jeweler. luring} which dainty t I Physician and Surgeon Attorneys at Law
launch were served by the hospitable lios- ford to the DeLand school.After i
A Meeday in Mr. Colby's which he left' in the I ,
JLt> Brown." Mr. 'Carnellk and birds Mrs Asa Paine and children, accompanied : teases, Mrs.r \M'.h and Mrs Bolles.Mrs i the withdrawal of the delegations Office over the Atwood Pharmacy pn'itkptiUQ| to Examining and
*r who will
hands of M. R. Knowlton I Perfecting Land Titles.
k byttain for'D Land in the af- Seabreeze about the first by her niece Miss II G. Porter is to representhe the Board decided 10 tea Heath street Daytona Fla. I ITelephone

woo.f of return the to Mr. Booth has resumed Trances Folsom, arrived from Min- Union ::.8 a delegate at the state ciiid its former action appropriating No. 74. i Conrad Block DAYTONA FLA.LANDIS .

vt year. neapolis Monday and are occupying convention which meets at Ocala $1,000( toward a new school house I
- second-hand for with the Bingham &: '.an I). l.andl. Bert Fish
$4 Rood piano his position
Mr. Paine
heir Ridgewood home. next week. else at Ormond as that proposition had !
;.if arrant 28 Volusia Company. : [ & I'ISM
-.. .. avenue. Maley waited to cast his vote in Minneapolis. -- ----- not been accepted by the proper i i

'| C.:B, Eimhall, of Ormond, was a tPictures framed to order at authorities and to ofle the city of Attorneys at Law

. Df -visitor Tuesday. Mr. Kim- Barnes Novelty Store. New mould- Mrs. Sarah B. Cochrane of Dawson Ormond.Ormond Ormond 1,250 for the present I Courts rr.,.thing(.U 11 In ore all rtmlnal State business and Krderal fl,- .

t- is also interested in the Dr. H. IL Seelye and family leave home of Geo. E. Sebring and will and wife of Newport H I., arrivedat school trustees to supplement that .1.1Oil. ..nU. Florida.
;;,., business and making quite Mr. their winter home on Saturday amount if they wished to do so.
tonight for Key West where the occupy it after the holidays base A.Stewari KgfordBly
' oUt.iI T K. :; his wife and The Clearwater school house and e1.1 l 11. RAWLINGS
( Sawyer,
N. A. fist will down
and Mrs come
,... doctor will engage in the prfctice STEWART & BLY
; 0'1 Miss Bessie, who have lot were sold to T. J. Sparkman for
.L the 5 and 10 cent bargain his profession during the inter early next month and will occupyone & .
Physician )
the Ocean $:
been at
imBarnes'. Novelty Store. locate permanent These of P. R Bennett's houses. spending summer Layers
!! .? may Beach N. J., arrived Tuesday. On petition of the patrons Geo.
will *e greatly on Voluaia avenue first door Office next door to Bank Building
-LL; Reynolds came Sunday pleasant people wish the W. F. Holmes took a force of men Mr. and Mrs. Frank Colby and W. McDonald was appointed supervisor 1J.'l.and.I Florida
Lakewood 1 N. Jto look after missed in Daytona but we and set west of Hanlins Pbarmary.
t to Port Orange Wednesday James Carnell went to Daytona on of the Blake school. -----.
. ,1*property interests here. Mr. doctor a full measure of success out 20.000( celery plants for D. E.: jurinesa Monday. Mr. Carnell went The resignation of M 1. C. Cone as TITLeS INSURED: .. j

jllwieUs 1 expects to purchase and his new field. Their handsome Lyon of that place. Mr. Lyon, with to eland that evening.Macon supervisor of the Tomoka schoolwas E. L. STEWART

"" -Wld.' "',:in Jacksonville where his.residence on Ridgewood avenue will others at Port Orange, is a Thornton was a DeLand received and accepted.The Physician and Surgeon Volusiii Title County Insurance Abstract Company.,Investmentand I

'gill. later join him. and make be for rent. member of the Daytona Truck and visitor Monday. returns from the Kingston Special attention to diM-aoes t.f the \tivtrncti furnished end Illlri perfect
rfcnw. Growers' A'feociation. election Eye, Ear Throat and Nose. Office Ill 1 ltspsl'lals And Blue frlot. iupMlod -
!t" 0. Foa REs- -Furuisbed cottage on Fruit Percy F. Freeman wife and sub-distrkt school were and residence. Magnolia av nne :3rd inn ll.b.PrrsCareT. I). Laodli,

.ellttaoall7's: Candies-nice J and Ridgewood, reasonable rent by year. the R. L. Smith agency;; daughter, of Hah way, N. J., wittSIleJlI canvassed and the Board declaredthe : door west of P. 0 telephone. V2.ufflce : K.T lIallk.y mid 11.8l1d.Try'' FL Opposite Vulutla Co.
Through I
buun a m. to a p m.
I __ ___ ___
district :
southeast the winter in of the special tax
HAHUXS, The Druggist. Enquire Mrs. Brower La Cross Villa has been leased to one ]

"!.', corner Loomis and Palmetto. R. II. Emmett, of Bath Beach, New Barker cottages. a three mill tax levied and W. D. : I D. D. & C. ROGERS

,,1\t9: : Hobbs manager of the will be for Capt. J. B. Ward wtll Ins: turned Bradbhaw Wiley Melton and J. F. :1-------1 j
who has been at York. The house open I Civil Engineers I
:'t4Netmovin.. picture show, c-on- W. IL Peck, who will enjoy the euter- from his summer vacation and I is Farris elected as trnsleet.I .

$> Monday, ac- laininent that such an experienced : I I of :;,_, 1 ii connection with the show arrived in the city II. furnish for them. lie .say for days and week it was audited and found to be correct. tb overOlobeclothing Eye and rutting.(or>*. onic* hours ( MIAMI

;:,..winter, using the largeroom I companied by his father M. manager can impossible to bee the sun on account The following financial statementwas : Ion*. m I toS:oil p. m..I to ":011 p. HI I III. I> >t<>naOfTire I tablished 1875
with his daughter 1 I I .'YTOS.\. n.,\. :
Oran_ .Be1ptodate avenue entrance for Peck, who will visit VV.H. C\RI or ,xKs-The, undersigned of the smoke caused by the New I submitted and approved.Ilal. : -- -- --.- I

Mrs. B. Foster and family. desire to express their heartfelt England last report 112.383)I: : ; ) M. JOSIE ROGERS M. I). II. BERNARDI [ [
;:; -'I..o; sick for several} friends and. firt'I I
Peck had been thanks to the many Messrs. Receipts for month Gf.G.89
moulding for room he had !" licit MiWnptiona' and business
?3td'ioo at Barnes' Novelty Store.nl01ty weeks in Jacksonville where Ii neighbors who BO generously assisted painting the lien. h Howe cottages.Dr Warrants outstandingthis Homeopathic Physician fur the Times-Union. I

-,.. been called by his father's .serious. them during the illness and at the I date 122: .flO) No 453 North teach Stns t. TIMES-UNION" BUREAU

Council now baa a little illness. Mrs. Peck is still with her i death of their beloved wife and J. Schneider spent Monday -- Office Hours, 12:30: to 2:30: and fflO: :$ X Hitch Real Estate Office, I IlIIith

by W. B. Chittenden A. J. Perkins. Warrants outstanding
Safe 37J 10.high
SALE:-Diebolt )Don't fail to see and hear the -
arising of the $t Fen II A. Perkins. I Last 133.83
the south wall Mr. and Mrs. report
27 in.front 23 in. deep. Apply Dixie Girls Lady Minstrels at the Daytona Private Hospital DR.! A. O'NttlLL[
is Warrants drawn
L thamber. Its name
to W. V. Carter Port Orange. Tho Bennett [House, on Ridge Seabreeze Opera| House tonight. 2223.10 and Sanitctrlulnrv.ryrartntvfortheproperIrratnent I II
I '
the God of Things asSchrafft's been leased f to : .. OSTEOPATH21'Q >I l I II
fit to Be.'t ." Dr. F. H. Houghton gave a very wood avenue Automobile tires and I inner tubes Cash on hand this date M71'UU! and rare of applUnrr innllcal and. tralnrd curitlral nur-ws.mMMectrlcal I'
Friday Messrs. A. II. and F. Line of I Bos quiet.urrouoding.. special atlrnilonflrva VOU! :la.tv'erv'eNear .
entertainment vulcanized: at Oliver's garageDr. -- I
interesting tOBll Tern* on application -
line of candies with his Wtor', ton. During the summer season the Total nou 1 ;.10 >o pBtlouiii 4.t4. KesobWt. n.ytoes.Ur.O. I It. H. Station
_W limed at Younc'g Pharmacy. night af last week Lane the Oceanside and Mrs W P ingworthy .\. KDiC'KFbyslclan : i
Messrs. operate
his rooms on The Board adjourned to meet
Talking Machine Marblehead Neck, and the dcx tor's father are again
.. cJ.II. Parkinson i is having a South Beach street, the program including and Cottage, at i their IJidgewood horn.. December 8. I I DR.i SHANNON'S
energetic occupying DIl.V.. ljO'I :
" pleasant
of with Mass. They are ,
walk constructed in front number of records --- -
a business men who have I been Dana Sherrill and wife came I Private
_,P?Irty on Ridgewood avenue Taft and Bryan young Dentist I
from Gardner
extracts Mr and I Mrs Benjamin ,,
the future of Daytonaand 111, witha tile treatment of alt
with splendid quick to see Thursday from lfootwston I
Balks have also been con-
interspersed X. n. the arrivals ...
speeches will be an acquisition to the and I.f Fargi weieamong Medical: and Surgical Ca.
friends who party of twenty or more, are Hlrt.'C': (.or..r JtadgC'.t awl VeltO.laPI1ONE
on the south side of Orange1tieesst musical numbei. A few the We hursday and are again at : 2J South Beach Street, Phone 74
of city.
and hotel management at home on Voliisia avenue j i I
side of Ridgewoood to the office M. U.ROY .
enjoyed admittance note that Mr. Bennett tllf'iriut.t>r home (n South Ridge: I. b9 C. C. BOHANNON.
age south.r crowd gathered in the street are pleased to 'Cherry olive hedge l furnished I,I ----
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quite a in I wool 1 avenue -
will remain Daytona
t se and family and planted anywhere in Daytona oron
Lunch is now open. ,and parkage to hear the political for the present season at least the peninsula Address: Wm I I i Mrs. Mary hulk and daughter. I tOWt 1:. <'\. I D S. II. GOVP.:

and lections.cjust. hand, Kick, City. 2<)8t Miss i Minnie, arrived Wednesday I I Physician and Sur lcon. Architect Builder and !
2 !
,.'and M rs. W. H. Gardiner fdtl winter 'For Rent for Season- -
ftftbel arrived Mouday nightpXickinac received and HOmely furnished cottages-one h Mrs I M C. WelU, Mrs J. A.I I I from Stone Mountain Ga, where!I i Office and residence 121: So HidgpContrilctor
If we have cot: made you mother left Friday of they .have spent the bummer Miss wood Avenue, Ridgevvood (IIotl. -
Island and joined II. samples. the other 11-batu, electric opp II--idf'r.r.!: and office, / cor j
suit give ns a trial-and you will rooms last week for Louisville: Ky, where : Duck departe I again yesterday frt < | Phone 171. Office hours: 9 to tier KidgfwcMid and Voluaia ave.Phone .
"O*" diner, who had preceeded a be satisfied but will be patronizing lights and all will visit another daughter, Yrs.ChridorLf'r. t New York, hut Mrs( Duck will remain I! 11 a. m.. 2 to 4 anJ 6:30: to L p. m. 8'J. Uaytona, rUi

,.r* npleef weeks. They not only home industry. avenue; price f 54<>-0. Address she o during the winter. Nit.......!..............<.................s...u ,I.;

M occupy the Bingham cot- a BtasKiT, The Tailor. Mrs( Lou Pellecier box 17 tf \

> fklmetto avenue.

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. .. .. . .. . . ... . . . ... .... ETER WATCHFUL f i|.Node>otiee*i is hereby Ayyii irt;ties a Fw Oat Garter on !let t' I f I LOW TIDES OJ! '--.

SAMPLES OF WALL CAPER RRR 24th day of :f4 ember.L D.. Jd G8.. die I 1 _
Beach. I ndeTmcaed ioeorponton win apply tot =: .
f I (.\1."> 00n i Seabreeze and Daytona A Ut1Je Care \\r ill Sc e JUsy Des :a Has rrafcJ 1 -icri. Jones, Z-acct of i .
& 'tT trL7t : rz.c: = 1 the Grant Cart of tfc*3e eathJadtefaIDlatrai
1 fCaI.S6aa1 FwtJire TrovMc. ... : GS._._
J bxu Readers > of the State of Florida, for few 1-- : 7

t94a iuo: I i1 a'r, I- -=,d', h.---.e--, 'rR7.SC1. .ZG-a'rr'C,=z t TIl, I : MRS. H. A. BER..-\RD. Editor. .: WjUcil the kidney ser reticc*. |I, approval of a darter of t&e Iseorpnr __ %1--....- i:j:0...____ I
;! [ placeeaJlilj96T ;:; .I' .. :.r:!a.sror-.;:: : I ,; '.. . ...... ..... ., .. . . . . . . .. See that: they iave tie! amber hue of i! bAoof Seabreeze aneial dub&&w5a to ..4....._I1f-i...:.- =

I r cc loon pr7'4 hGa tic fA tsrgiut re'c- .i I u- :w! kart c71 .d SCa:re!:e. KCT. i-Ti* Sc cnau; atcry cf the acacol barren frctn lealtfc; I I ." The object of tea dab u for of __ .s-1 IS--I: I i Ii..Ylt tQ --_12ii
; rh.r1irF.L'\tT. : a2I The dacfears-s not ex *ire or irfre- deal: porxaa and for the porpme
; RBCt.U II beheld the .._11 %
cadoaRi > _
easinesstioii which, position they -I:1T. .
exl ;
a eocdacti& tennis court
I tic Sarti l mya laf. : .e* = .: Co. cp::: ? I { bowling aSeya,
r a2.4i_
t I build:1. fature great dries of Seabreeze and: '" I and private cafe, aad for the object i indicated L 1 ,f
< \ -., HtkJplr 1p & rlS1 :..s w'ek i:1 the cldsEc Coctala no "bhckfast:2keiH xdin ent.. .I and expfMatd in ,iU artidea of :

__ ;'. they !Lire L rsinexland : -il.! Dajtcaa Beach.! Dr-All' iv ey PL ,..; do this for i iaeorporatiou. Th* propc.ed charvr i.
6 rtaiae'i Sir in the office of the Ork' of the _II_- 2.35_,_ 3--
COMPANY ladane.tDe.lta Miss Glace Barrfki i ec..e ,,,1GU. on
BALFF.cONROY ecaverefi uitorxc. a pleasant.r 1 .
13441 w..TSa s.at Crcuit Court of ToLiaia Gwaty. dariaj _1- J .__ 24ta
e her friends Hallowe'en :nit: with a They -mtteh. tie kidneys aid t"1n the pen':eney of thia act n .-. 4'Jl ._ fIL.

Thewiiche3 then when they sick.Dajtcaa iH.GOVEvE. .-. i$ .. -
: TeriubLf! HaUcwe'ea event.
:1 O D'i ;.;..epret:} RiTesbarz; once en : ttttiaxsj pnrv ea it. F. BRITTOX. _1.L.M.._ 1:1 s

CHj03Q? .!! V a.ry: street !has beea farther i=: des ,aad fortune telling W. F. Jil.b.'G: :.:&. areaae. Castors, R. T. BLrLEP _1'-. ._ f.j9.-; _._ i -
4 f '. I r _1:'_ ... : i1_. ._
d UJ\1 ia eaj ,
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and .
A. d. yfi tie lijxac of free;: : i playe a ;rcuec.pLt Fla., aara: 1 eau certainly reecozteadEV
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lice-ton. :aa erii ; r i E. GILMORE.Ffrn _IL .) ;..- __ ,
0 Prs.jSct ra: ceer.t wak3. j tertaiaaient. The refreshment.pnnzpkin a"s Kkliey PiUa and bow them to I -- ..19__ .- "i.i__ ':C

ii BANKBt5'H : L B. Wcc wiri, with characters -I I. : pies dou.lt.!. cheese, be i preparation of znent. My back PafaTJaFy 13} -1... ._10.J: ._10 a
i 'as weak and r-Yffri for years and aj I ?.VKic of Final Dfec&arj ._:1.11:3.: ..11. IjJf
esteirrl: is i: aatifyia! i :ezrciiis !; etc., served ia woxien were = .-ra1t-n
v '.IAoyrf 2.451Capiul was oblie4 to be on asy feet a food Notice Is hereby given that %moatia' %-.,:

f > 4SarjUs uf his pktaresqTie !wee en j jenjoyed. Seine twenty-Sve griesa ;part bf tie tiae, I iraj always in miiery.IT afterdate. to-witoa tee COti: day ef -_?LU.o.- ..-___IZ'2:I '
i. 5rA- .-.- the Iasi:lu bj gradbg aa-i artistic I were present: and: tie evening poseedta I stooped. I would have dreadfoi :canary A. D.. I2. 1 wiII prexat my .- lofL. : r

aa.! Pr- :':ts .. .. II 15nal aoxwat to the Hen. J. LM MeCrory. ... lYJ_. J
dowers a.:1J.t.r. merriment pain thtoagi i my Ici&a. The Vidaeysecrtiraa : -- : __ 3 S
rwDtnul I .
r I ti:; t.: : .Cocnty Jodc Yoicsia County, ;$ ?
.i.T::::-' <-- .! :_. 4ao_. ._ 3 :"
? acr-o= a: in action and .
taiiiT r in .
.I i foor p T trot ietere*: Mr. and Mrs. RiTenborg Mr. and << wert 5i r Florida tad ak for my diae&arc* a a.1miniftrator "" 9_.. 3.5;.. '_ 4' ..
t'O-.. r K: i ue: re-q-L-ed f : wiJ-in'] a.* I W Misa there wa a sediment contained ia of the Estate of Hamet E. 12:
..:: of -jexit. arrived frca Yr!. Back.and, Mr. 0001. -3.L &. ,_ 1 1.e:
Mr Wicri. 3ect0r. Meianer. deceased.
: them. I finally bran using Dwa'ahxney aR uti._ 6.--
Safe Deposit i Boxes For Rent. E.c.ra. N" Y Hx Ia::. r part cf I bit Sara Land, Mrs. Allen and MUa Pills, procured from Haekiad CHA3. Xe- .\&Y. --31- -' ,,---- m 2..Z_
of the Estate HarrietE.Meucer.
week aa-i: will spend the winter with I Grace Grifgs were among tie T .i1t- dri; store and found to ay I&:xtic.n r
: . ( For'neen
i .....Q "a O 0.0000. aria: : =00. J. Rapt! Wikoi and ors to Jv.kA.nTi2: Carnival last that they were hei.bie.. Before This July: 15 Wi.First prszimateiy aDd at te afteraowalldeew Mme... -......

: week. Ion; tte pain and I&aeceae disappeared me bCen tan be litites a UIe",

.. . . . . . .. . . ... . . .. ...... w.MLsa+ Lena T-jcliason. who! iscvl to-! Cement sidwalks: are being laid: and aij. kidneys were strengthened to aw .Notice(: of Fief pub. July Dteckarre.4)) lma-s (after.rriP! !ytgh tzd,Side. &Ad wttlaire 'bt-

;- cacti ifs! ...:!b.ter.n u on the north side of Ocean B )ule- Notice is hereby gives that nix: month.
i. ; i Kidney PiUa and like :DIseiI.p -
: Bond Lumber Company atHdaU., to-wil: oa the 4U day of "LSQ?IC 01
I nrd from Mrs. Wilkiasa's pretty RECTogy
teacrirrat: Bulow, spent: Saturday them highly- 5 January .. D., 1909,1 wall prearnt my

: JlAMFCn.SES' Of : are Sri:':ar Tisltis her parent*. cc.e eau; vt Dr Pctt r's and W. Fwr sale by ill dea>n Price 50 cent aerounta to the Cw:1tylJd: {,of Tt eta HLLS.I X".M sad Urine.:rs T 4rndyal3Lip sa +llf- .. I.

i Thcozas of bu.eue! I ITelt. I L Sonataz'a homes. Mr Haigh's fO!! VJIbura Co., Bo2ak N. Y. scale! County. Florida, and Brit for my dsa- ,I cR..U''E3.... &.'L..LL
Mrs. L A. .
: char admin:Jtrator of .
ROUOH AND DRESSED I ; a* the entice ofo&a i .t.a a rimtar.rtRlsTL

s : PI>E AND CYPRESS LUMBER -.tI .11 arrived !ait wetk and willspsi !j I i prcpertT and the Clarendon:! en the!: as-enta Remember for the L"ni the>naote d tatea.--Doaa'j-aadtake / stereca, derated.Tiia n..r-.1.,xJf Ear.Lt... JV.nll

: ti* w i Later with her notieriae : ocean front It U understand that 4,1303.: LiltoZCHAPTELTa150.11:4. ;
other. F. J. 5IYEB
no t*std rid KA Ta* Jaj LAU

t Lath, :Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime : aL ::1 :.er. Me i Curtis aadiskia I i cement walk* will be Lud all along Adtnlniatrrrur.: BMNIN ta XaMU Hair Ov.a ,pmt

2- a:4 Fsrds..* < rand ., : .. a: te Y.1feU. the Clarendon ccttag as rapidly a3the BEaL11FLL none OH TOE PE>ixs<.Ta- ---- ,
Cement in Mock. Ea.ar ai 4 '.Taai Avna : rorauaed : :
: Mrs H. S. Morri;;n arrived Fri. work cal te arc m plished. sod cold. bard: co ant wit teir water; bats: red .' . .H .'.MtHtt. . .. '...'. ,
: XILLE on. )11... ,::.aUcC': Lee Po1 .'A as'e9G: :! c.l1actcer. r ocar mud"n. loiprvm: K&o.: aad :
Kalanaioa: !aaf< r3 Br ca: or tJa. r y c E7 : ;iaj :;;h: frc; Eureka Spring*. 4-w* oa si* prmije.. few or U+ tM< i
wtu tae 3oae bat Or U total Hare Pktore Frames made
roGt&(4 a : your al Lesesne's Kodak Place. cats .I
Ark aad"wats tie zees: of Mrs. Br- farara4e (of *: l :-* to LS* enure prwtxrtja -
: Phone 8j R. .. ALBY.tanager. Daytona Beach. NOT. 4-J C. ,ltaatedon: .'*Avvaoe.. d.ointa ta*
r.ir: several: davit >ie left Lay riubaoa** ?!'-lwnds of ;ij. Florida r..* doer to tie! Prince George Hotel. Brach Sirwi Dear "I'hirtJ1'ftl1II
... . . . . . .. . . . . . . Butler and Dr. Van Valzab were ia CLM astoouxx; :. \, etnibs. add command .
f...r Lake Hd !1. where s eill aa *xe U.ni T>- of t&. ocna IS, t
lewd Lut Saturday.Aucrney W41A4 a to W ba a.r.oma ca. -.- wood
.....N. .44. ............ ... ............... .......... speed: tie winter with! her parenU.Tie mate aa: Ua! aiO: eia n : U. M. Benaett cf D- "-auoa w b.r oce I IDilrCli t-v4.d. f:ail .
: J. B. f\P.P.I:5I'JS) little ,H baby beta to Mr 5. ..tet "T A 1Aara.t. can t RFasa+saLE
Land ia the! legal bastaewi TfIt'15 If tow at occae.: LUEowrG.utte .
city .tfo&114
M N E. Baun Oct. i4 died wai on " " " N tsaa, A'A'TT""T" "
.\ e1e eL9..r' an d t> ::-,: : ia : :*. -:;:tew
: ihe! latter part of last week.
? I
al work fLi: !!!ed and eharj e l fcr : as Wi-"isT aal was buried in

:: j !rrc tHs sbcp shown boa fqiarly :; : *- ? .J Ce .dcrr. Mr. and Mr" Hit Carrie Fretrcua, who hag ..1.11.i..IMNNI.1.IN1 ..
!been friends . . . . .
F 1 and LcccraUy l n triisaetur : ; visiting at Ralrigh, .
: aii9 the of tieccm-
UTC ;!mpdl! Notices .
i briars Electrical: repaJ" receive : K. C Lr acTeral weti pa :. re- Legal :
: s-airr! ; ;la: their bereafenient.: Dr.Bctaaacc Ice

} : \ ep. who empfcy ss sever! Trotry
iron L2i1t: imprcTed ia strength.Mr. accepted: a itacgrapb.ic petition: First pub. Oct. :24; last pab. NOT 14) .
our eharjes, aid they :ceDatona : : PURE ICE
: 1 I ia the c ce cf Fitzgerald A: Oaes.Daytona. Order For PubiicjU a.
for eIN ; 1:3 : acr wt Eai;!h. aad Laiily and mother.Mrs. 1
:: : .. : I for the wiater.: la Circui i Col6rt.'oi < ia CccatT. Made from Distilled Water. *
: p 1r' :- :'! : : WiLiiais, retaraei !hctne: 5atoraj /I I IS CHANCERY.Ju. .

J E. N. Saunders, cf St. Paul!I. has I Factory comer RaHrtad and Yotosta a vena*.
-- Lit i frca:: a w-ek spent iaTick5 Capetart.CoompI.a.i.zu.zlt, .
I i * * .. .
: I V ]I ,Electric Co. : Leard kr the seamen oce of Elmer n
:: __ <:: :.'f_:e *E V/riar the Carairal L. Morsloo Murray aid Crokae -

... I Oiiver! a cctiigw on PeniaalaDrive. G. Mirrsy( hid wet
: ,
t ';';:! :I1'.l .:. a.1; : !i and Ida WeddtU IMndelltl,

: jJa.)r to* has? aakig Ida WeddeU FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAYLOCAL
.4. l News received by K. C. To of the borcmjli! of
,:...n.Dl for h..* a1* aato, aadj ; Brooklyn! City of New Yore.

.. .. '. ;iiii o4.L! his !iScoat fr-ca his wife who; U still at You are hereby required to appear to TIME CARD No. 76. Corrected to October 1st. MM
: < : : 1OC1 :
L i s'c1 Tf' :t : '; u5 tae bait cf comp;.[ &t ia Ue. above en-
;! her mcther's t 0.i'>. .
:f:7 ...f.'jjt. wher: he will 'pendie report a tiue-J eauae.: the Clerk's O ce cf ti-: :. :h..M 5*. aBattT x\.L"Ii. LCvEfaym Se..3 r A14
.ora.iw i:1 roTec.ent.I CO<.lt in DeLand: : Fjorida. ?puo Moo- DAILY : Da0.I aar
1 -. :zr 'wta 3ia tam.y. Mr. aad; Mr. Sink f November l'*> : .
day. Ce day : .
San Mateo\ Cigars ] F.. u w...I a.iia 'U.capy Mr. Gil- I J. M. Fd has recently! impft,, 'i and to answer &a.1 bell in Cue course.btherw 4asp !t t : i aa L"._.. ,--xa3a sd+se. .w a......._. t; ?asp S p a a rSEon fi e.

h ViHey !him h/.tie: pLce on Grand view arenae _e the rime writ be takta a;aiaat 7 M >. U ,* .m '.*_ .... -dill Pea :a _. __--1... a .s p ..M
::".r- va-rx.a (vi.ca .
you as ':safe ..-d. And it a cireted: that > U p. lip ------A S3 a* .MM
't: t : .r ::.<. a-1In.: cite will arrive j by tie addition of a be
Ha'"eade ..... ; .' 1 r>:a and t:It filet ccoveniac* a puib> ;in the Davtcca Gaaettet 11 U M tip p J I a ai ,p. low tAR1I-! __...-l... 2.1M p,. SUM 1MMIHp
6--; : : I :,% *s, pct&hed:: S: Dayt-oi, rU.. once .12ooa aU VM Li C.ea_ ,-.L. 12rp tYpu
..: Mr J B. .U.c ie t| H. F. Stewart hag ha-i acseii a *ek for four tureeatiTe seeds; andrt a as aU p L. _ir tip. 1.vt2
sI. -t. .
% n. Ly .. .-La.. v A. .___L;. aot.. ,...
: or ei at Lit, on Graadvi.-w avenue t a a hereof be *.ted at the __ _
.,. Wed frr..m ; 3cleared copy 12 .a sa 19a p L. -JI Lr aM" 1 l.
A Reputation of .: 11.*: eNay Courthouse c'<.r (Ji"u
:.".';;4 .M... ?. Ox Mr*. Ay *.r..crl:1 +; : of aLderbrush and ;ra.1 i, and another 'i PT te s'nt by asl to I'CUI IMaa u Lr AT_.__.____ _went T. w.a4e'C1.r rim: a ir*. __ _._.fir .s .J a It,.S
MMya I M
; fcr which. the aifjaotat, the I>f idaa: I'ja Wedoeil at the above: as r.r .
: : ; prof:rty 1a .a Uti p. ar_ ___ ll!unla_._ L. ass esp.na
: '.., .4 t :, J1..ltteJ? r-ialT a addresa, each r.tin taentt : Their Own.The !hue tiers are r arui.:; thanks.i n1-s.: t4Mu: ar =. .. L- eZ1p tMMtoMp
? .r'..1. a i Ahaaa d'JiAIl ::; we | the oia[x; of th .t order. : __ .A.Z.__.. __ 3 7' ecL---l.r_ u.
i P..eT. J F. Tam who waa tie!: Dune sad ordered at the Clerk'i .I
4-W. l
Ar'r ; O at f>L ad, Florida thin lath
siicceof shr ii( r : tie. cf J J few ce 'ts.7 steeps lIIXa1. a4ey S aka net-e.dt'.y.. ::r-t&-u.l'dIIaPlIIr
Biibopf.r a
: : *:: > ,.; ;ar ;, tir .1 .-r i. a a cf, few wr*ate anti ;ne-tt : day of October, A. D-, TX*.

: days, !left Tueiay f..r !Li* home a: 5.UfL D. ;ORD.\.. .\. SiVNCHzasT "
the indu tria.: : 1.4.e T irriv- fr.car.A.1.P
greatest .- ::r. :.L'.A cite ;; : Wjiiaoii ;> : Clerk Cireu.; Court, V&J via Co. -
I: Pine Y..ant; He ?.*+ by way A tests xa/c raiarta to ist.e Lenee Fit.TaU 1') 1.L T ardrlbdraaaa
since the freeze. : ;; ::.F ;lalt J-r! pan of a t i I
IaeLand where he will several .LL4IX riaaa PWa4 laLaSta FakiU
I ae.a -- :I1 Lrrr.thf: is health. sfiad fit!; p jfc. Otto 1 7. :Ltit 1ob. NOT. If)

Made froia the cbnkert zr'aruiasf vUbw r bat tl' : ;*ssnla .: : ..aaf. 3 to ,' days haatiaBern /. Notke of Electio- S .aa t5r..I 15i11.1i i I i 5tx 5a CIadTaa iau -
r. .I.J".r..c > i tt aa kyL.uy % & u S-] __ .yeti..y 1s.aa
of Fkrida aid tbe Island, rf Cab eaa prxiae* tar? wra-- to Mr. aa-i Mrs.! Frays Bat tbn.rea, tae City Council cf ihe City i 9 aa .- Not U Daay _. t C taU !1 S.. !Ie.. Ii >Dsuv> U..
: !. t, 'A : (r .r.dt 7:ier '.. __ Z .
par.y ysizz M aa N .C2 twly flap : a. VJL Z S ajV a N
cf Kiabail. Ohio. ( rlth of Da.nt,,. r'.>rida o& Ue l:h day cfOctotr. I __ ..... __. f
: { ['iiff., Iil"t. a t. pa a St t..tr : JICa a L pa -0, as J... 4 N N
'emFor .J ..e .r-T ALp cf iTi.*t Anne; May .\. D Ivw. object ta the ratificatxo A pia --' >*. M tayN S 3 JIG 1 up m to-____ a C Is.* ___ J.M
.;;._*.!. >'GreF; tris .*s tc.n&ed t jSaelftj. Mn. Ba i-jf will U r:- cif :he Q,aii5e'i etecv/n of said 1 z ya .- *. i* :%i; --_. 1&V M 'c r 4 ti ?aj 1 a f.

sale by all the !*a.ira; bfI aad slabs' aDd by that ".-.. : rr.1t:4 red u Mine Bertha Scheid, city *bo were qxtlifed t<> Tcte a: tier
:-.e :. rr.I '.f Mia{ MA7d MaHc-ry oo: >oerv. City Eec: >a ut preceedin; SAX. StXTTO ES.X.NCUla5T "
News Compaay en every train: eo'eria? Fkrada.wenty cf'resfxerath birthctj i| *too with her family) !I pCnt Mrvenl! pared aa ordinance proridin; for the -
rr ft1lc t.ea.r.u- faiaTta } l
TO 1IIIh.aaa
.o Arsvt : l.ttrtai *aN XaTaV TV WI
'1' size style 1 and Zr4dto select rVSALt winters here. tvS C of tee S33.CMJ.O) cf the bvcds of : iaN XaTXO Sfaav I IIMaa kaielt hlIIb
;, rr. ;4} '.r: % or true cf tie sad city "for the parpwe: of buidias.faraiehing I
i Mr. aad Mrs. Chaa. WiII.v/n arrived aid -I -
'.'..t':r Y/ttty !it were L:. '!enujppoj\ every way Na0a1...__ Sisss i .
pries Sati
s.k 9.
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I-OIt'' : BY ALL [)t':.\l.ta>>. J from BingLa..n F L.n. \. V Let secexary: a public school buJdit? forte 1 U >a ". __ >a SS Lr: 7- 3 pia t u p -_ !a k Dv; :::
t 4: ; ..ir.; aadazt"! irate variety :: CttyA Daynaow, thereforbr .
"' -. ,,{ ,,..,i f ii .e.l Thy .
s wee aa expe were ace order of sad Cty Caused a ?fda.L .
i..r ??:* t&.: i-.wotJ. The rtfrwh4i ..Mr. a. s. tl Son C s.. a ,aw k>!
friend Mi, D-nblei .trfA will be ad at the City Ha J ocMooday. .., La4y i Ir"1 VtVYFOAT M.4NCHJ .
I xcapanie-l by a hI1 oaZ1j JIDr
S W. ROWLEY YATtOi .-f.'. ',: Vr. .1.f a :r.ivfllan".iU ( the 14th day of November X

i /' .ri r. :. .r.: rf :trdptidehcarier.. i ]'. Mr. and Mrs. Glta, ;c. why D., ir":5. whereat t:.. DULc?>ua, 0 ) j. 4 S pat I'1D aa Itt Se: oatt5e __ e.a sat :a b p. ,.$
: will !have rite of rccsin Mr and P baJIouzo: and J. X. Car>oo are toserve J.., pa I W >. M aa LT_ ;'saw 11.-.to _. 1. Taa .: idaa .M!ra
.LLLlldLa... ,J-1Ll..tIl'1 .1. i E1+ta4. R ilalfaElst'f oJ..1, X .; "Fraz'r. i1Lr. splint !cat a ae iespcton d.\. McF. Potter is p. 1 x ). t 4i aa U_--A :ws-.s :, T w 4a :: *i .. 4.Pas .
t Mrs. K iII n's home p. T 111 p III'ti ray __ 11.per. L. < d ... .: ti .. 4.f*
pbaaLt art cier boreal subtt -
.. b. t a. and : tie matter
-.n .:. S ahr'tto a.-rare' : ,
1 OI :tertrt> arrive Friday aflenxx.n.The !: itt*i u be fce v.',ted pot will; be the .... _. I ....... _ I ,... .....
fiat and wail n. .
f- .Ca Marietta j I ratification or r ; ct. m by sad electors .. ---. -- .... .....- -- S..Lre ar ri ,...

_.; -. *.,...i.-IIJ. K Will 4ut1 de i White H jus r dined tentktward's d ear4 ordicaate.h .

"' fIh, Sand, f"nd'r 11r.; *e at l vtoaa. Florid., under sv: S '4i" I 00 aa.'l... b. cart.> l SoGI .. y .
: ; "' : f rib >e 4 aa L..!-- -" .e. ar M
I .<.: ,titre. nand this 14l day of Ueltb-r. A. D JtS pa 11 a* aa t. .i A. a..-i... IMaa 5 v> i.. I.a. IUI st-varo:-:: i,... ....
L F ULL ( alai cuaDa,ern: the i iadkalif'Q Iran G. B. ;EL\M\N. 334p a U Kaa L-o.-. C>Ip- .1.._ U ic >ai 4 ij pm __
: arrival tr/at
v'j ; '5EHL MayrrAttest 3'0i.. UC ArGrw a./ ..-U iJ, pili JIj ,a i _

p; s '.:i. h., U'>o
I have a splrodi i rt n tbi. yq>>n.Mr City Ckrk. cu M&ct sa IiLUIoA AT L.'M.HTt"'f! tkJii POI Lay -.,:fT'D "t "'_ _
I '. r .Ic->mr.tj l V their winter
% EXDAESS tih.J Mrs. Luke f "kll. riLoLive -- WTAILU. ..-.r- r.fr..r r, ... _. .. __ ...M
r db i hrii ',faa! ..*-}<; -trxied Jfrtal J- rte -. _..._si a. fw s __ r-_ _c-fIIf
1 f 4z4 EPA Dti bn spendina tL<; *umo.er at >otk.e For Pubdcatioa.o M/ ------M7 __ _

: .'. -;i":: ,j -patrrtro: of tnr Iaternr. I'. ?. Foe corf o* Tua LOCAL n *a CAAJ oa orwaa t cvicui.\r --.u. tua nc arr afiairtVD.aAH.NSK. -*

J ,si i Abi-rcrrubiei{ .fJ6.1 l'I Roswell lad are txptxt1 TLurv- I i Load r't5ce: a: Gatotestlie. Florida.O'Vjter 4/s 5t >tGl.'Srt.'L: PW11C1
ti day night and will -ccopy thirb :24. l 19T'.
.: ;.rr'e'a ftojle: of ChatUj j ,'1 Notice .. aer:ty g vn tLil Peter J
l'aJetto'enue! fur the
;1art*: v ith fc#r fr,,m hUrlgld- />me oo : ,, Uijv; of I'avto&a lorida, 1IhY. oaAijusl
R winter.Mts. 4 !1'U3. a.ade Homestead Entry ATLANTIC COAST LINE UUttGOES
.. u-. Mondayntr,d <:herd f/.r j jtr.f.ir.2 I '0. :.T-) 73.uI aamt-r 0774 fur .
aad BoJfcrd
: term.
IDoz'ItT \ are registered at the turf C'ret this sLap 15 w..tn. Raife 53 Eat, TaZIaMercian -

il.a J Mr*. Cl4rk G. Smith and I .I ba4.rr oas filed notice of in-
BIa Ditn .R; fog week. testo shin rusal: five year prvof.
4 .:'..-: n rttart'r'l Mon- EVERYWHERE.

$ r-rn a H-jramer 'tl fat i ia trav!L !. cnbed. before the Clerk of the CimntCourt
Mi; Maade Hibbard. ofThousand
I2y 'a
at DeLand! Florida:: on the 5th
a r.-iy w'rre located: for a! I II. Islands, will arrive :Friday day t >
i' yet.i.f:*b'I'I, Ky. i: ClaJtaat zanies 1Ut.tL
I on a visit to Mrs. E. C. Hib- Mile: P.i e1. ,jf I avtona. Fkrida.Daniel North South

CHAS. BLUM COMPANY\ 1 Mrt Mary! E Battr arrived from I ji i tarJ, cn Live Oak street. : ) George, c.: 'Dmvuna rlorida

Citaaanr/za last wei and, will Gus Chan er. of Paytns. Fkrida.
3 Dr. F. A. Dam, an eipriendosteopath
AI.: VYuliaauon. of Dattosa.
Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis 66 WhiskeS ;i i -rnd the winter witH her: br.ther.iIaar i ii i Atlanta, will speed the : HE P.CHtBB Florida.: East
\ : : I West
; \ ; ; RarU.. at hi, !L winter in the E.cL house
i D<1 for I'ri-.. t.t \. "... ., \ : : f: n. \. I:! Kaiifax:: ; :< : apartment -- --- -

opp jile the p..s>t to:5\e. .Notice of Final Disdurre.
i is: r. HUariii arrival from Xew iV i
Born W Mr ar.J JIrs Peterwbn, =Notirr Iv brr by ziv-u that the! under-

a pORJ.10RETHA!! A (SSiS\ OEA CENTURYWeHcLveleen rk L.st wee:1 t. and ".11! "r[rmi part at .Aurora II'., O :?1j l. a fin ....oft.Yra. ,. steuvda'iniinLtrarrl'a JUftw Bru.h. the estate of Consult the "Purple Folder"
will MX atontb after
t 1 r -tir winter warp i Lis; attn !s on
| .; P tersoLn have a inter homeon
de t".1I.it..00 the
iapply.'T.i I ; tns.needs :2?>d day of f*Lru-
r Val'tj, s et.. Live Oak atre'e1.ln: 1 u:*\ t to leia arv. I'M. pre. ut bier S.al"account! to

F of MacVmerx u.se"s..ec.c..uJ A ia tcLt..J) h> Bejch Liter in the tie. County JaJse vi Voiuri\ County, Fur detailed iuforuiatiou Tffervatiuns
\.t. J 0.1a a sto-I W o'J very pisaat event ayu/na season.MrxC Fl rid h, togtnrr with the voucher, and : nth: >cMulf and

J; life w is the !surpri-e party even': R Oliver an.] daughter; as* for a fiOl i di h. rge ai sueh adn in- ,

Pu"T": ir E" SI, IL. I Mu-t FLUE lay Lit :Saturday after.I Ino.l 1 arrivefr.! m the north Ioftd.n istrarlt.LIiTH: Jjfr;H SHOEV\KKR: see your nearest ticket tt t.1a'f' to or

tRSSa.M.lil! dlwoanl" Wo'C', .. I'''. h>\ the fnpU of the first gradeTh DI..bl a-'d bait "1tf'rJf..IILt'ir hau'fs.l1ae .\tJa. liil'tr..tix.

&9J. h-. M 4it "f.Q7.Wt -i """'Sfpi'.i1""f t."UI.on the Halifax f..r the The Ayg-iat 1. J 9'j. call
ed l it
Qit "," : "- rEtt ?y QtanA k keep a secret on

tAL By..C U rpy from their U-a.Ler. th..ugh it must Arthur Par.n.. i. "po-ndinz tbi io; : NOTICE.Notice : .

have ze-juirfJ seat self((>LtroL : .
week at < me with Lis parents :; ia hereby given that the narters.3n'd
-- W s 'h s-r ATLANTA G.ifine The afteriKcn was tLoroaghly) en- i Many of our winter rtidf nU have exrcutor of the estate of Laura- Frank C. Boylston Traveling Pass. Agt.A. t.

rtrmaineii their J. MiHtr. dei aieij, will!, sit mOil t taftt"r
; ye'J by pupils and u-acber. The at summer home
date to sit Wi the :*th day of Marth ,
'iit.dren romped and ta-1 games to1tLeir until theY cunld taat their votes .\. D., ly jy\ prevent his final accounts'

Job' Printing| at Gazelle News office bean s delight) and aa a great tbe After word Tuesday, and we'*Sf-nthwanJ tipeot a 00'w-irular! the together<< same with t*aliowed his Touchers and approved, and asl that ad W. Fritot, Division Pass. Agent,

I-lIY1It' were finally permitted influx of bouie comer the latter that be be discharged as such executor

i. I cliiub the &trt>p kUlrnay to the toj J part of the aeek This EDMUND STILLER i

J rpi, 23rd. let e. Exeeitor.I Jacksonville, Fla. ;'It;

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