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 21, 1908
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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r r Itoec.u All Ctutci. Daytona, Florida, Saturday, November 21, 1908. Bit AhortlIDC Medina in Da,.... :D Vlclnlt), Price 5 Cents


N NN I DAYTONA Ml HAVE A 'THE PRESENTMENTOF THE CUT OUTCOMPLETED ***********************,lit*************************.* .

: grouting on the Electric Light aad : .

:iool Dress Goods Have Arrived.! MODERN SCHOOL I ilt.kkk THE GRAND Ml ITS FORK Halifax Rim Modern IniproTem i i

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{to our being able to purchase direct from the Mills this year weled ] SCHMIDT'S HOTELFormerly
J." to display a better line of Wool Dress Goods compriting all the The Bond Election Mond y Was In Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial The Grand Jury Made General

'shades and effects, than evc Jjefore, and at prices equal to the larger Almost Unanimous For Circuit, State ot Florida, Presentment and the StliniiMt'eilla.. 4 j
,,'"" I
rtment stores. The goods_are from one of the most celebrated HENRY SCHMIDT & SON: Proprietors '
mills The
Measure. County of Volusia. Court Adjourned.
-goody being handled by all the high class stores in the country. We'tan DAYTONA, FLORIDA. .1
before By a vote o! 50) for to 10 against FALL TERM A. D., 1908. The fall term of the Circuit Court
Inspection making your purchases
the qualified electors of Daytona To the Honorable] Minor] S. Jones, : fur Volusia County came to a close .
; .
have decided to bond the city in the Judge of the Seventh Judicial Cir Monday. The grand jury made its Fine Home TaMe :lVlhlitfulKuiinjr i

s ._The Peck-Hendricks.. Company. sum of $:; ,()(K) for the erection of a cuit of Florida, in and for Volusia! final presentment (which is published Reasonable Rates Hoonii i i

:. N....N....... .............N.. new and modern school house for County: ] elsewhere) Saturday and was t NNN.N>FNYN>fast.utarxoxsassaYmrxmsouuy.," ttr

our beautiful city.A Your Grand Jury, for the Fall discharged.The .

.4.4..................................IC11AS. new school building ia sadly Term of the Circuit Court of Volusia case of Peck A Foster vs. J. i

needed. The old wooden structure, County, beg to report that they have M. Dickinson was tried Friday of l City Hotel

i E. GARDINER coil i besides being veritable] fire trap finished their duties and make thistheir last week and resulted in a verdict a

has been utterly inadequate to house final presentment. for the defendant. OPEN All THE YEAR

the increasing number of pupil We have examined the offices of The cases of Rube Mart vs. P.

Dry Goods.I! that attend our public school. Additional our various county officers and make It. Bennett, et al and Walter ; ELECTRIC LIGHTS

> room in a dwelling house report on them as follow: Clroover vs. Volusia County Bank ELECTRIC mI.I; 'i.

'Tahiti bad to be provided this year to re- SHFRIFF-\''' found this office in were both dismissed on motion of Hot and Cold Bulbs
Linen, Napkins, Drawn work, Center Pieces, lieve the congestion and another order and that the Jail under bin I audis tk Fish attorneys for the defendants Table Fint-CUM

fcWool Goods, Wool Skirts, Specialties in Laces : year it would] hate been even worse. charge is well kept with due regard C .

5 f and Embroideries, Silks, Ginghams, Percales t: The trustees have accepted plans to the health of its inmates and of.the The case of C. E. Johnston vs. GEO. H. MATTHEWS
Kid Gloves Ribbons and
Notions. i for a new and modern] building. ] and community but we find two placesin State of Florida, Inch was carried ;

Phone 102, Anthony Block, | as soon as the winter term of schoolis the plaster that need repairing. from the Criminal Court to the PROPRIETOR.

) FLORIDA. finished will begin active work ontl.5 We believe that there are 'times Circuit Court on a writ of error, -- --- ------- ---
.AYTONA, reversed. N......4....................................NN... s
<- >NN...*..NNN....+.++.......+++.........* new structure, and expect to when there are not cells enough to was : COTTAGES .
have it in readiness fur the fall arcomodate the prisoners. We believe The grand jury returned an indictment : THE WHITE HOUSE DAM ONA BEACH. FLA. I

+'* term of 1909.!) that the Jail i is too small and charging Hec Cotington, : Modern *
.I.I.I.III.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.II.I. : The old building will l he torn we would respectfully( recommendthat a negro with murder in the first : Capacity improvement 30 room, clean Rooms and ul'.In-dltt.bright airy I ixatrcl and ronipl on Seabreeze tely furnished.Avenue a short i

but he allowed]] distance from .'''anti.OI1'ltn.. Summer rates $t 00)( per day and up. Special
down understand and degree, was to plead
< we a new when the Jail is enlarged i rates by week or 84"\.11111'
Real Groceries one built on the site. The new roof be raised and it be made a two- guilty to murder in the second degree H. L. HOWARD, Proprietor. .i 5;

building is to cost $-15,0ti0)<> and will story building. and received a life sentence :'+++...+.+............*....*.+.......+++...+.......+. 5i

e. be one of the finest in the State.A This Grand Jury desires to add a Anderson Wrightand Joe Walton -
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It has been our aim to establish : great deal of credit is due short line in regard to the passing both colored, were indicted for manslaughter :

a grocery here that will meet the present board of school I from office of our worthy and efficient and they will be tried at THE MAGNOLIA : .

with the popular wants of the : trustees, Messrs. Jackson, Wilder Sheriff on account of physical the December term of the Criminal RIDGEAVOOD AVENUE. .f

and Rogers, for the part they have debility caused by wounds receivedin Court.J. Lnrqc Rooms I Ul l\\Cl" Meat. Electric Lights.
people, we study their wants : have taken in pushing the bond the execution of his duties. W. Ball, who was bound over Rates $2.oo Per Day. ::1 it

and their needs and buy accor- : issue on the charge of was indicted
through. We extend to Sheriff J. I?.Turnerour rape
We not overtaxed for carnal intercourse and the 'case 1 Proprietress.
dingly. are : cordial appreciation of his
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t with expense and are enabled to : An Inexpensive Road Scraper.A rourse as an able and conscientious will be tried at the December term

officer and wish him much success of the Criminal Court. t,,*************************. ***.*********************. 'J t
sell at moderate prices. Give : simple but effective road .
renewed health in his retirement .'\'YJTLE: AVENUE ::1
trial for the coming month. scraper for use particularly on and THE MYRTLE it 1 I I"THE
J us a : The Devil at Wilmans Opera r Centrally Located.
from public life.
Beach street is proposed by Dr. W.
House, Seabreeze. i is A Homelike Boarding House with all modern conveniences.Can j
I E. French who has always been Coi\n CI.EKK-We find this
S. W. CARROLL I The that has created the aceomodate more table boarders. !
much interested in street improve- office in fine condition and well play :
sensation in the of TRICKS REASONABLE.; ;
I history
ments. This instrument is successfully equipped. greatest .
in in glares the! We find New York and has been running in : MRS. C. KOST, Proprietress.
The North Beach st. Grocer. use!: many Cousin TKKVM um- the ] theatres of the '......s....xs..........vr. **************************
rF *: doctor states this office in fine condition and the two leading tP4

Telephone No. 19. !: Its cost and (operation would lath books well kept metropolis for three months to ...........................N............N....N.
I and French's idea is packed houses, is coining to Sea
be nominal Ur.
M (R.s.1...lt...t.i.t.ISIII.I.R.I.I.!..I.I.'...I..* Beach Conn Ji IK.K; -We find the officein breeze. Accomodites Fifty.ISEW .
could be used street
that it on good condition and well equipped : HOUSE.
-- "The Deil"will be presented All Conveniences.Rates .
which left the
rains sur-
: the vault well ventilated the! books
YOU Will FIND WHAT YOU SEEK fact in a soft condition. This mat- and papers in gird condition withno Tuesday evening, Xov :?-Ith. at Wil i: : $2.50 Per Day and Up. Special by the Month.

'1 0 4 under the category of' real estate" whether let if left on the mad bed is of no mould ur mildew whatever in or mans Opera I House by. John White- : An attractive house Filth large and airy rooms>,hot and rold water through the
it be a house store stable farm or citycountry benefit as it consists principally ol man, who has been appearing every house,tulpburor .Btr lxilh",elwlrle lights,t.Frnaeebratand trlapbone.Honieof .
lots unimproved for your own tenancy upon| them : the pleasant testtmresor"The! I'I lies"a rein wld verandas and III Roof
light dust and droppings which night in this great play since i Oct. I tlsrdrnstfonling a fine tlee.of the count rr,river and OCI<...
-3" find all of the offices of the
"" to others or hold as an We .
to rent .
f and lee- let, in Jacksonville Tampa, and] all "The flue.**la" gltUBlrcl uncouth Hld ......1. the hl h..t avenue In Daytona.
the )
store keepers
vestment-all these parM'ls-on our in-I annoy re various officers not especially; mE'ntiOIlt"t1 : llooiin! single or en Tulle, with or without private bath.
to search. We are trians whenever there ill wind of the prominent cities in Florida
which free
are your to l he neat and well kept.
our service for anything In the real enough to lift it. The scraper timid] and Georgia. 15 i.
Coi NT\ 1I(1)1r.We did not vi.itthis
uusiness, be run over the street in a few sheriff informed "The Devil" is a new idea play : MRS. J. IJ. HINSKY, Proprietress.
Our us
;) \ J'i; BUTLER, hours, throwing this refuse to the I that place the building was linked, that it and it presents a novel theme that I I : 338 South RldgewooJ Avenue, DAYTONA FLA.

Ins. I sides and leaving the road bed hard I has made the entire country stop ...................................................
't-- Real Estate fcife, Fire and Accident I and smooth as its tendency i is to fill was prod and think. It is practically the embodiment I,
234J Beach Fla.Askor ted l
Phone Daytona all holes and leave a smooth sur let of the evil thoughts of .! e......NN.............e....e..................N

..... .........+................ fore. On other streets, if thought ('ursTC..n Hot. 1:We find man and woman in human form. As'i I'
it could be reversed and two leaks in the roof that need repairing Dr. Milo the Human Devil Mr. !I THE IVY LANE INN '
y the Bread necessary the the front and '! i
throw the material to the middle of gutters Whitemau has made a reputation
a ti. the roadway. rear porches need repair the closet second only to that of George Arliss 4 Was opened for !its fourth season Xotcnilxr l.ltli I 19
'I with the stamp of The scraper is readily made froma in main building needs some work the original in the New York production -'!, remain otoen'tutu l May l l.'itli: I'.KK! ( ). The house is well)) prepared to

half section of log, say eight feet done on it by plumber the closetin I. in fact his work in this'I maintain established reputation for refined) elegance and comfort

in length, which could be made rear of building needs two ]holesin part has been compared favorably] i ii | carefully prepared meals and most attractive table service. The .

Bakery effective being steel shod wall or floor to drain water from i with that of Mr. Arliss, by those I Ilro'ilecl
$ 1. Daytona more by floor. We would recommend. i that I rooms are large and sunny, well lighted and heated, many of them ;
and when attached] by a heavy chain who have seen them both. i
1 with private lallis .
bolt of D. Wkkham, the Janitor supervise This city i is particulary fortunate i
fAt the king a wagon running I 1
; five foot length on one I the rE'pair" We recommend in hating this opportunity of seeing !1a
.. 'j using a W. FOLTZ
; H. gear Proprietor.
the purchase: of a suitable desk) for : in iu .
1 it:1'-i-'J: side and nine foot on the other, I great metropolitan success ;
;ifJ. 'f.i.'t... fastened to bolls on the log near the the use of the States Attorney'soffice I first: season, and while the run is ....... ......_ ........6...N e N 4S
tr..I .. Proprietor. I as \io find that at present thereare in New York. Thisplay _
till its
i. ends, would fin a sweep of fin or at height ...... .., t .

.. ..N.NN................1NNNNNNN....N.S nix feet cutting surface the no facilities and for 1 blanks the preservationof which teaches a great moral II -tii:;: ;; () (;: :
One man could operate the whole 1 papers necessaryfor I lesson will undoubtedly be attended i iby :( r-.i

'.'''':*'"**...*******.....www...* *.....*....*.....>1AAAt.. affair driving from his position on business in l'1illoffil'C. l been a largo audience next Tuesday : :
We as (Grand Jurors, have '
he log and the work could !Ice at- etening. I I':t South Ridgewoocl Avenue
ERICKSON mindful oath that without
N. (' plihliedin mock ]t't-l.-J time and our I Admission :';i, 50() and 7.1 centsfeserted ;:

, Cabinet MaKer. Wood WorKer. :. I I expense, and Dr.) French says to fear, love or resptit of i person h.netrit'tl*, we i : seats on sale at Young's : Stfiim Heat, Klrrtnc Lights t\\o blocks from I
; hate tried to do our duty, i
It better advantage, than with i I the and Haukins'pharmacies.. :
Picture Frames, Door and Window] Screens made to order. i iF. iresent street scraper owned !by the to bring the guilty to justiiv and I I ill-pot and postolliri1. ( iara.rp: on premise
: \\f do hope that: no guilty may cs :
Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA. FLA. city. lie )proposes to make a small Will Write Up Florida. !' ROOMS ONLY. !
... .. calk| an.llh.1I no iunoirnt man maysuffer. : ;
1< ......................... ************************** model of such a scraper to illustrate I Herbert :;. Cassan, special representative :

-- its operation and will lx plei>ed to We wish to thank the Court, his of Frank A. Munsey, spent I! : P. J. DOYLE Proprietor. i
< ''' ; ; .......................... show the same to interested parti- Minor S. Jones for his Monday in Daytona looking over thecity :I !
, ML .VWW WWWWW VW Contractor : -- Honor main .++4.+........+.+....*................+.......N...
| |r R. D. TAYLOR. Electrical courtesies and kindness during our and getting facts and figures to ----- ..

1 i Crystal Theatre Opens Tonight. 1 sen ii'es. incorporate in an article on Florida I .+++..+*.+...+.+ N NN N NN N..N...NN N.+f
House Wiring a Specialty. I The Crystal Theatre will give its We also wish to thank the worthy which will be published in the Mun ; ,r LING VVAHiCHINESE

|HDealer in Electrical Supplies of All )Kinds. Fixtures Shades : inital performance tonight. Messrs I officers of the Court for their many sey publications in February, 1900Mr. ;

)t lAmm.. No. 8 Orange avenue, DAYTONA, o'I.A. i Young and Isaacs proraito give I attentions and in administering, our Casaan is a very pleasant gentleman .' i FIRST-CLASS i

iL; ..........""." of I ( class to requirements.i gifted and thoroughly capable -
.... ..."" the best amusement LAUNDRY
.................... N* yis I of the in
subject a
wish extend thanksto
be found on the coast this season. And we to our
fl. < .. .NN........... will the LubinPatheFeres I the efficient State's Attorney, thorough manner. The article to 2H North Beadi Street, hA1'TONA. fLORIDA.
....t...* They use I be publi-hed will consist of sixteen :. StilT lxsontiirt, OJH'n front -..I 1- Night! Shirts ..... ................,.............10
Jones who has constantlybeen
WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATINGI pictures and the music will II' John C I' & White shirts---------------------------------- 1" R.-ode! .U blurts................................'
and will be illustrated with !
Air Furnace consist of a four-piece) orchestra, I' with us during our deliberations pages & Cheek shirts..... ........... ...... .. s t'm I! a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Roof, a Hot which will comprise for the present and has greatly assisted us views of Florida that will make the I[ New shirts-------------------------! .1:1: JJrawerc........................ .................. H

* required to complete a modern both local and foreign talent. Miss I! during our investigations. article interesting !; Shirts rollaraltocheiiCollar ... ... .I.JNII: : .!k:!, per pair.................. ....... ..... 3 i
j !,or any of the other metal nece8sitie8 will be pianist W. I All of which we respectfully The publicity that will given .1 .. eat-h-------------------:.n'! IlamiUnh'..fs............ ................ .. 3
dwelling that Ella Willaume the Cuffs, pair. .. .. 6 I ilk HandLrrcliirN.... .............. .
:< remember W. Wood violinist, and Mess-rs !submit and now ask if is the pleasure Florida through Munsey publications lxr|

: Emerson and Halliday, who recently I' of the C.mrt.that. we may be will be of vast benefit to the]I; .\ ladies, (lothes at c-orresjiornlicK] prices. 4J.10

.t C. NASH d SON armed from Jacksonville' will f fill discharged.] State, and the article in question : ?..........+.+.+.+...+.+.*....+.........+.+....+*.

T>AYTONA. rLA. respectively] the positions of trap- h. T. Bln.IIFrf'man will be eagerly looked for .........................................eN........:
and cornetist. The building J. W Ft i U.LR, Clerk, ------- J..aJ..rlnM It.nd FISH .
drummer J.F.
service at fair prices. t'r".b \\ .I"r .
.are best prepared to give prompt and reliable I has been nicely fitted up and JjFuR KENT-Furnished: cottage on i : Oysters n f!L:tims Jarre in Sea.> n. All orders .
Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory. has 8t'atinapu'ity of about :.41 iO. 'Collars 2 cents, all stile of shirts Ilidgewood, reasonable rent by year ,111!) r-r i\e prompt rltt-ntinn. *
"' : General repair shop on work 8OticiteJ. a lit( cents, with work left and called Knquire: Mrs. Brower, southeast : ("otugA nut*. DAYTONA, J LA. *

)hone 58. Out of town for at Uaytoua. Steam laundry tf corner Loomis and Palmetto. I I I ...................................................: '"
...........NNN Mill* Lunch IA now open.
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Norman S. Dayton, Lumber, Real Estate, Buildin

i THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS A Fish Story. The Nothing" can do more to II I I -

Geo. E. Kellog, a Michigander, I f,
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY General Demand make the home attractive .
who for several years has spent the i j
T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor of the Well-Informed of the WorU ha
# ; winter in Daytona, i is an enthusiastic than to 'i Men's $2.00 Hats.If
alway been for a simple, pleasant and
1 I sportsman with tie rod and rrel.and I .
efficient liquid laxative remedy of known
I ; THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY afternoon while fishing r
Tuesday value; a laxative which physicians could .
( INCORPORATED) 'from Heating's Pier at Daytona auction for family use because its component BRIGHTEN UP
to $2.00T
you are going spend
,t I Beach, met with an accident somewhat parts are known to them to be -f

t Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona Flonda, as Second Class Matter. out of the usual run. wholesome and truly beneficial in effect, ;
outside and inside with for a hat
we sure can
(Kellog was fishing for bass. acceptable to the system and gentle, yet suit't

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1908 as was also another gentleman be- prompt, in action.In .

I side him, and both received a strikeat supplying that demand with its excellent Paints fiWe

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. the same moment. After playing combination of Syrup of Figs and SWEATERS. ;
Elixir of Scans the California Fig Syrup .
I One copy one year___ ._.................-.... .... .._..... .._.11.50,t their fish for a time they reeled in Co. proceeds along ethical lines and relies I .
I One copy wiz months._ _..............................._.... .. ....................- .f 5'f and found they were both after the I Ion Stains andVarnishes. ,
One copy three months _........_._._....... ..... __.._ .40 : same fish. They naturally supposed able the success.menU of the laxative for its i have 20 or 30 'sweaters we

I their lines had become: en- That is one of many remark-I :1
I tangled and were greatly surprised Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna justHALF' : :

DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS.Rate i to find that the bass had taken both the preference by the Well-informed. F

_..._.. .... ..
.10 enta
Inch Insertion to regular advertiser < I I ; ;
Rate per per Inch per per Insertion for I less than three months......_...... ..-. .15 cents I bale To get its beneficial effects always buy Get them of -.-'
Rate per Inch per insertion for single inertion.... ...._.___...30 cents The other party having already the genuine manufactured by the California PRICE

READING NOTICES OR LOCALS.Rate landed a large bass, relinqished all Fig Syrup Co., only and for sale i tS

per Une. each Insertion___ _______.10 cents; claim and Mr. Kellog became the by all leading druggists.: Price fifty cents Billgham& Maley CO. .-
I while
: last.ANTHONY
RATES FOR CaURCHES LODGES ETC. per bottle. they .
AD club society organization, lodge and church notices,other than religious i I proud possessor of the doubly ..
service, 5 cents per line. Cards of thanks 50 cents each. Resolutions, 5 cents i hooked fish, a bass forty inches in : FURNITURE UNDERTAKING ,

per line. Legal advertising at legal rates. I I length and weighing over twenty
No single charge for display advertising of any kind leas than 50 rent pounds I I
Good position given every adn-rt liemenL An extra charge :2 rats rT inch I r 1Jt 69Bcst .
I will be made for ads with specified positions. No special positions gum on ad:* ADDITIONAL LOCAL. i .J;
It** than five inches. I Incorporated.
;, No advertisements accepted for the first page. | \Vt Cave will open his cigar far- Sheet Metal %Works ROSES
Extra charge made on disp'ay ad>ertuements containing an average of more'!'.
haD 30 words to the inch. j i ton in the Cole building on North I

All bills payable on the first ef each month. !! heath street the fore part of next "annonaviBCT urn GIft

-- I j I I II week. I'Tin Roofing. Gutter- AM flaMr .... Esan.Off. uI.
WIlt ft M
Union Thanksgiving: Scr\ice. I I I I part with their winter visitor, who ,: Mr.I and Mrs. Henry Halstead andson I .. A S.hn ntrar..ef..1y ant kt ill rthn.w..tst.,0e I..................................................,+l : :

has the for by his pure character, noble life and of Indianapolis, Iiul, arrived ....,...... sews H.4t+a.Iin.1.
As been custom a i ;
ing Copper Work iPDSCAPI email&II naatnuttmtm.t4 Titusville
pleasant manner carried sl1n-hint> I I Lumber Co. 1
number years the churches of, \VedneMlay and are t truPg theirhome CompW.. teIor, .c a--. oI s.l. r... ,
1; and into the lives of those N VM* Fraa
Daytona and vicinity will, on happiness I at the corner of Fairview and wx CUITINC. no*, co..----_ ARE SOW
Thanksgiving Day unite in a service 1 with whom he came in contact. i iI Daytona avenues. Tanks of f all 1 kinds _... ..' 1 I SELLINGI i

to render thanks to God for the I arrived Mr. and Mrs. Schultz, of Chicago, 'j'j i Services at G t. Marys Episcopal Phillip E. Robincon. Architect. I LUMBER J :

manifold blessing received during Monday. : Church tomorrow morning at ll.-OO: All kinds of repairing lone in first .i i National Bld'g
j"iiTannah. Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Weatlerbee. and I
e e '
the SIt ear. j o'clock at St. James Church} Or- class style. Prompt attention \ inter Hornet
; In :
is hoped that our citizens will I daughter Emma have returned to I. mond at 3:'"> tomorrow afternoon, given to all work "al Ilt'li p lllf I tl :, I[ Runcalowi.Pauoltousrs. .. AT TilE FOLLOWING PRICES: if

lay aside business and cares and at 1 their winter home at Ormond. '! Rev. Wilder St. Tropical "bar* Hough Framing .-..-..-..-...._$12 50 .

10:30 next Thursday morning meet Mr.[ Osteen, superintendent of the i j officiating. Mary Shop No. 10! South Street, Daytona. deus, Framing, dressed four sides_.-_--.- .- ..-.- _.............. 15 00

with in the First Methodist bridge gang, accidentally steppedon I boy l'hoir'iU sing the service at Boston.Jsavanuah. : A. Flouring Ceiling and Siding__.___._ _....__ 22 50

I us the projecting end of a loose rmond.) Brown & Coleman. Tamp B. Flooring, Ceiling and Siding.............. __ .._._ 20 00 I"
church for this service of .
gratitude.The I I Xo. 1, Common flooring,Ceiling aDd ., ._ ._
Siding 15 00
plank and made Collars) 2 cents, all style of shirts
an exploring trip I
following is the program: J Xo. 2, Common Flooring Ceiling and .Siding... -...... 10
from No. 701. to the bottom of the Halifax, re-j 10 cents, with work left and called I Ii Door and Window
Singing Hymnal I WILMANS OPERA HOUSE : Casing and Finishing Material,dressed four ides. 20
Prayer-Rev. Cooper, pastor M. cently. j i I for at Daytona Steam:: Laundry. tf'j Sheathing dressed one side _... .-.. ,,_, ?,_-----v--, 10 C 00'1

E. Church South. Mr. and Mrs. Geiger have moved j The 'Gator moving picture SEABREEZE.Having :* The above prices are for carload, lots f.o. b. mills Titusville, Fla.-

into rooms over the West End Pharmacy theatre'I'I -PROMPT SHIPMENT.
Choir. .
Anthem Response by Choir. and Mr. and Mrs. Tunmons i! will give a Thanksgiving afternoon taken over the m.n..ment of Wllmsn.Opera Hnu** the underMgnr hex to ..11...tr........t. ...........4......4 .N1......*H4 $
by next
from 3c0
i Thursday announce that no eft'oru111 r.e spared toenfai o the IH--I talent obtainable.' The aim M
have moved into Mr. Geiger's house I to give only high clan*.entertainment at popular PJ!....... In return 1 Invite t he o..-op.T-
Scripture Lesson-Rev. C. F. !j to 3i:; : I. Special features will be I ailirtj of the. rlll&.n8 1'arlona. l>*:rt."na (tench.Heahreeze an>! nil on both shies of IAsrlc.rtosupport 1.1..N..1NN......1..... 4..... .................4t.
Parsons, Pastor M. E. Chuch, Day provided. One-half of the net l my effort*bra liberal tatrtHiace when plays are preaeut.'l It will
give pleasure
proceeds addnew.troyr.anti stagetT.rltan rapid a.rrturne will warrantand
tona Beach. of this 1 make the theatre the pride of the nelgbborbcx CH.\s. F. liUltiiM.1Y. i M.
Holly Hill. entertainment will be ELLA -DE VOY CO. f
Duett "I Will Magnify Thee 0 I donated to the high school to help' Next Tuesday, November :4th,

;r God," Moeenthal-Mrs. C. C. Bohannon Holly Hill I, Nov. 19-On Sunday purchase a piano. Introductory Play of th* Summon : LADIES' HATTERS :

and Mrs. M. B. Church. F. A. Mann, of Seabrook, came to II I THE DEVIL :
I I A. of the Correct in Styles. OPEN ALL IMrv -.
Ifodg s. firm of THE YEAR.
visit his __ .
H Offertory. :: daughter, Mrs. Merkel and i, : :\0"W'UIt.. 1Wac1a .
I A O'Hara, in the Admission: ::5 and 50c. Reserved SaU 75c, at Nankin'"s and t Pharmaciesronreyancei -I HoTt-nnI :
Hodges s
Singing from Hymnal No. 715. returned Monday. j this was city II --Auto Ku....s from ung'sPbarmarr; ,r and 7::>>p. ra sung U\ery bu.*f s at I'......1...1.N11N1.11.1N1..111 ..111.. .11111.NNNfH
I week and sold to E. Dillingham .
postoEl.randltaakln'.1'barmaer'sndaU Koundtrlp3.V Fur
Sermon-Rev. Byron F. Marsh, Capt. and Mrs. Leon Ellenwoodand up pbone i.'u.tt private runtevancecall -- -'"------ -- --- -

t D. D., pastor' First Congregational Raymond Hayden took dinner a ber.car each Mr. Hodges of pine and wants cypress Mr. lum-Dil 1 _------ --- --- I..... ..HHN.M.....NN.i.N................. .
Church with Mrs. II. A. Carter Sunday. ************************** ************************** .

{ Solo "The Land of Dreams"Mrs. Miss Carrie Mabbette visited Iin ham to handle their stock of : i
M. B. Church. friends here Sunday. cypress he will,probably some 150/0 do. 1 feet, which I II ;* *> I 4 THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY

Benediction.Recessional. Mrs. Howard, of Seabreeze, was I : Centrally located on Yolusla A>enue, the mam-a\etiue from the depot to :.

over on Tuesday.; I Foe IlENT-FurnUhed! cottage; on *. the waUr front on the Halifax River. Three minutes walk, to stores, potIt 4.

The music is in charge of Mrs. Mrs. A. II. Carter entertained a i Ridgewood, reasonable rent by year. office, churches etc. The Howard is strictly! a tirst-das house in every J will deliver
respeitat gasoline without
J moderate prices. THE TABLE A SPECIALTY. Northern "
Bohannan assisted by Mrs. Church few friend on Wednesday. Enquire Mrs. Brower, southeast : .
cooking, the cuisine *>\c 'ptionally good the best tho market affords. Under
and Miss( Ella Willaume, accom Rev. D. H. Rutter will hold services corner Loomis and Palmetto. I II M the direct superison of the proprietor. The house has every mod<'rn convenience *: any charge for delivery at

panist. here on Sunday next. i J and impro\ement. Has large veranda: and pagoda and u i sur- I .
I Mrs. H. C. Berry's cottage just j rounded by lawns and shade tni-s. Is dry and "\entilated' *
I north of the Breakers at Seabreezewas : For terms apply to the proprietor. I It_ any point in Daytona, Sea

Ormond. Port Orange.Port destroyed 1 by fire I
'j morning at about :i? <>0 o'clock. Prac-I' j JOHN C. HOWARD. I I 4It breeze, Daytona B'each, Or
Ormond Orange, Nov. IS Mr. 4
NOT. IS-We and <<
are happy Mrs. Prince and I tically)) nothing was saved as the fire I: .......................... ............**.arssasss**4j *4
t) the town is their daughter mond
say are Port
getting a j or Orange.
wa well)) advanced before -- -- -- -- --
n move on.Among. rived last week, and have rented help ar-j ..1.N...N.N..1111111.1111111111111111..111111111
rived and the efforts of those *
assembled i
f i: the new arrivals we wet- Mr. Appenzelleller's Louse on Dun j' were confined to keeping i (GO to ; and quantity 'guaranteed.
come back to their winter home are ton avenue.D. .14|

Mr. and Mrs. Sanborn, of Woodstock W. Winn and Mr. Lyon are : the! fire from spreading to the adjoining I Call Office Phone} 128

N. H.Mr. building a twenty-foot launch in the'i' j buildings. The Breakers iCONRAD I GROCERY CO. III! |i S; Mills Transfer
yard of : was only a few feet distant on the 77
and Mrs. Yates and daughter, the Illinois House. .
: south tul I. :
and had the fire extended l lt \V rehouse
of Grand Fayette McDonald : liO)
Rapids, Mich., are occupy- has the frame I! :

ing their home. Woodlawn, on Pal of his new livery stable up and i I also it, the have Clarendon been destroyed.would probably :I Ii j jI for your Pet (Cream) Milk, 0 small fans for 23e, :* {: Kerosene Oil Delivered l h y Tank \\'agone

metto street. will soon be ready for business. i I :: to go on your I' .

Mr. and Mrs. Spaulding, who Mrs. Townsend and her little : j; Gasoline Machine Gas and Lubricating Oils. I
oc son
arrived from !> Building Lots For Sale. :. Toasted Corn Flakes, Post Toasties l |:1 i|! I
cupied the Colby last winter Kansas last week and i :.
cottage i ... ..
NNN 1NN N.N.N..........
arrived this week from Erie, Pa !are visiting Mr. and Mrs Harde- : I offer for sale lots 2 and 3, block Puffed Rice, Wheat Berries or il.| MtH1NN.NNN1

and are to the Barker man. :13, Coleman's addition to Daytona.

; en Central occupy avenue for the cottage winter. F. G. Lindberg visited Irs. i iMrs. I{ These are among the most desirable I If: Triscuit, all at 1 lOc each. |ir|

1 i Mr. and Mrs. Ayer, of Barrie, Vt., Gus Johnson last \\t.'t'k.f i''! vacant lots left on Ridgewood ?. 'V. Biscuit and Quaker (Oatmeal.) 2 for 25('. t OUR FOUR CARDINAL PRINCIPLESABSOLUTE -

have rented the Waldron cottage, : W. Rush and John} Bennettshipped avenue. A fine location for a nice I: Cream of Wheat, Ralston Breakfast l Food or *. :

on Lincoln avenue, for the winter. a large number of boxes of f':! home. For prices address tf
i Petit John at 15 each.}
Mr.and Mrs. F. Baker are at their oranges last week 1!I Guy S. Brown, Central Lake, Mich. I ( SAFETY Insured! lr

; winter home, Melrose llan.t J. B. Case is visiting near last.l,.lI :. Kuinford Baking Powder, 1 pound ran 2f>r. : ,

n t !1 Mr. Thompkins, of Niagara Falls, inS". I OSTEOPATHY. I .

i I N. Y., is located on Pine street for The Literary Society met Tuesday ,I 1'K. J ('. IILnMA.l.radu.te under A. I .: The Conrad Grocery Company : Capital $100,000(
T. SMlll Founder of at KirksTitle. .
Osteopathy -
1 the winter. afternoon in Hid<::ewool Hall.I Vo ',,i : E. T. Conrad l Co's. old stand. jN Surplus 5250,000
A former Eighth season at I'myton l.ocatN '
j resident and at one timeone -- I Volusla, avenue. opposite the Gables on .N1N.11.1...11..1.N...1111.1111111...1...1...11I Stockholders
of the City Fathers, Col.) Mayo Will Discuss Drainage, Tm o doors ttet of ISeatb St reel. Phone\ ; Liability $HOUKJ
:1 _
' and eon, Dolpho, are stopping at D. E. Lyon, of Port Orange win ay I Lady-attenJant.Roses I I Actual j security to depositors $4oO,000NOTE
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MildreJ Villa. l 1 1I
tie city Plants find
Thursday and the
The stork that has been morning and Ornamental '
hovering while here stated l I :-This Hank i is
that Number
I One
a I
I over the D. W. Waldron left meeting on the "Honor Hull")) of
fine cottage had been held at that place and a. They same difference National Banks! in Florida, and No. whole
. a girl baby on Saturday.-1 commits appointed to confer with] Shrubbery. j ji t, i N United 1S7 in the
I' Mother and child are doing niCfJy.I other States, among over nisty.eight hundre.1 National
I The bridge across the Halifax has commiteees from Ormond, }i| All tne bet varieties of winter blooming : between Ar = I Canks.
; I been closed Holly Hill and this place to discuss: grafted Roses adapted to Florida; i I

! i the past week ti make the drainage plan in order to arriveat salso other ornamental plants, trees ,and i Grow : .
, extensive repairs on the east end. a more definite understanding shrubbery AH plants: guaranteed. 1 i mour's Animal CONSERVATISMProven

Miss Anna Lippincott, a regular"inter te details as Grounds prepared and plants cared for. ,i
so as to able to
bring i it
resident, is located in the before the county commissioners i iproper in J. B. HINSKY, ; Fertilizers and by our success and Bur rrpu 1i..n.
rooms adjoining the V. I. A.
, at as earls a date as I
At the meeting the Town Council "TII E PINES" I Dig others
:I possible. Those hating the matter 1 I I as you do
Monday night a transfer of the South our patrons.
if in hand would appreciate the aUual l Ridgewood ave, Daytona.BEU'T1FlL .

11't eehool house property was made to and moral support of the business l1.4-1 : between a juicy COURTEOUS TREATMENT
the county. The deed HOME ON THE PE--I !
was I
11 signed men and citizens in general as this room, completely furnished: hot i' Crops
' and passed over to Geo. F. and cold bard and soft ...tertb andofhrr steak e
; Crouch, is a matter of great importance to .modrru Improvement; arable and I and a dry Open an account with us and we will demonstrate it.
of the county school board, who ?ara. on the premiss." I" or V*) feel
was all. A of frontage with tbt bous.
meeting the several committees but there It a total I
:r present. Mr. Crouch was accompanied should be held in this tit I i (frontage Ituatrdon :Halifax cfret: to ATenue the entire, adjolnlog property tb. I crust of bread.
ii Ii by }o'. D. Spring.B. yre'IubAousr,t ground of the Florida Eat FIRST
, as moot central, in tie near future Coast "uIOIDOblll99O"Iartoo, and command I NATIONAL BANK
W. Currier passed away at his !an excellent 1'lt.of the ocean Br I I ,
tiding a few bedrooms the house would &
summer home at Lynn Mass His make an Ideal high etaea boardlnc house in I Manufactured in Jacksonville
Automobile tires and inner tubes a,.location n here one It much needed. Will i ST.
1. old AT
friend at this place aatf REASONABLE AUGUSTINE
many regret to vulcanized .
at Oliver's garage UBMite-Mcw TES:IS If taken* at one* Apply to Editor ,

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; P-; ,,'. "" _' .. .'.--.., _' -
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|Now is the time to make. ,
Christmas selections. Our you McClellan & Edwards are putting I Bernard Kellar left last Saturday C. M. Bingham returned Thur SOOOOoooooeoooooooO: : 'I

complete and prices the lowest stock lor i i. in a wood mill in connection with! I! for Miami, where his parents an day from his trip through Georg
good quality.Chirk novelty works at Kingston now resMinc.! and North Carolina.
: the Jeweler! and Stationei John F. Stewart and family, in-i T. I>: Walker, traveling passengei Mrs. S. M. Bangs, an old residei JOE OSBORNE .

Rev._ B. F. Marsh was a visitor at eluding Mr. Stewart's mother, arrived agent. of the L. & N. Ry was in the of Port Orange, died at her home i at :1

Eustis for several Tuesday afternoon from city this week. that place at two o'clock yesterday I
days this
week Evanston, Ill. and
are occupyin; 'Largest line of pipes in town morning.

'having Xmas pre DeLai\d Judges, were Stewart in the and McCrory, of their home on Fairview avenue.Thanksgiving just received at Young's Pharmacy. Mrs. John B. Case arrived Wee Sanitary Plumbing Heating and
city Tuesday *
C. Why not you dinner at Thi Mrs. L. Hobbs, of Cleveland, nesday evening and has opened her ,

ore nptotherninutipiesent. Wm. Hall, of North Beach street, Howard-roast turkey, etc. home on Volusia avenue. Mr. Case
arrived Tuesday and ha
i Don't have returned Tuesday ftom a business Hutchinson will arrive later.
Brittle are shipping opened her art needlework store on Ventilaling.
until get them,, trip to Maitland..
i you
a car pf stable
manure every week Beach street. 9D. Monk's souvenir store opened

.:. & Co., The Jewelers Mrs. H. H. Brittle and Mrs. J. A toW. M. Bellamy, of Dania. It Albeit Bennett and family will for the season on Thursday.Jake .

made a trip to Ken Hutchinson have been would seem this material be
i visiting might
at I move today to the Wilkinson house:: Rynberg, of Grand Rapidi, '
returning Tuesday.ie'joined Palatka and Interlachen used to advantage by of the.. Complete Gas Plants Installed.
odaj, during the< some on Bay street, leaving the MessrF. Mich., is again in Daytona. lIe left
past week. truckers here
his family at Lane in possession of The Bennett. his northern home in the grasp of and Heatine .
Plumbing Supplies.
South Nunnally's Candies Mrs. M. E. Rifle, cnronte from the king and glad to
.{. borne on Ridgeta&t -nice and (1 F.'R ',\LE-Three slio\r tasesand snow ; was ge

> Saturday. fresh. HANKIXS, The Druggist.J. Fort Pierce to St. Augustine, one 14-foot counter at Barren Novelty back to sunny Florida. Brass and Galv. Pipe and Fittings. .

T. Dunn has stopped over in this city from Monday Wm. of Los
jrVande Vord spent aeveralliw rented the Bur Store.G. Spencer, Angela

r Smyrna this week, enilBme goyne house on Bay street and will until Tuesday afternoon for a A. has who was visiting at his former horn
visit Foye just completed
with her
sister Mrs. C. B
work in his line. remove to it with his family about trikin, and niece Mrs. painting and otherwise putting in it Cory, Pa., joined the party from Fairbanks & Morse Engines & Pumps. .
A. K -
the first of December.A. that place and arrived in Dayton
Water. fine condition his livery vehicles in
pgXithia Brokaw, of 'airview
: UKS, The Druggist.L A. Roberts, junior member ol \ preparation for the season's business.Mr. with them Wednesday.C. Niagara Hydraulic Rams.

kjjoand family of Hoopea- the firm of A. P. Roberta &: Son,, graved.illare See your about visiting it cards en and Mrs Tom Costello arrived R. Jordan, representing John .
L us Ireland Wrenches.
once. Pipe
-rriyed last week and are went to Palatka Thursday afternoon Clark the last week from Boston. Mr. Costello A. Gauger & Co a large Chicag
for a several days' visit. Stationer. of xmcern, was in the city this wee! .
their winter home on has for a number years
Rev. J. L. Wilson visited his: placing orders for sash, doors,
Geo. N. filled the of at the
Chamberlin position
and daughter porter
aoe.Hn. daughter Miss Alliene, at Jamin'i blinds, fancy glass etc. I
Miss Jessie, arrived Palmetto House.
Tuesday JOE OSBORNE The Plumber
\ E. H. Batchelder ar- from Joliet, Ill and are at their Mills Saturday and Sunday, and. The News will 6Automobile pipes at Young'sPharmacy. ;, ,
: l the north last week and home while there united in marriage AF. appear .
; i'with Mr. and Mrs. II. G.I on Magnolia avenue. Arnold. of Oak Hill and Miss ()e(;. I-the subscription will be

I gt Daytona Beach.'ytFurnithed CARRIER BOYS \WANTED. Ulhe Clinton. Mr. Wilson also 15c per week. If you desire the John Sheeley arrived Wednesday Phone 96.Two. II Orange A '

: "* Several bright boys can make held service Sunday morning.T. initial issues drop a postal. from Cory, Pa, and is located at venue.1 '

cottage..d1 rood I The Gables. Mr. Sheeley says then I I P : {tm@
money. Apply Gazetter C. Fred Price, for some months
B. Collins
R. Bennett tf arrived
: Dr. P. Friday evening will be least in Day
at fifty
.c News.r persona ,
; past in charge of the Halifax Jour-
:ri1cx! is engaged in the con- from Troy, N. Y. lIe brought nal, lias severed his connection with oua this winter from Cory. .....................................................
R. I.. Smith has rented one of the a White Steamer, belonging to his
: of two pontoons, 16x20lur that and C. II. Keeler has assumed James Darling, of Cory Pa
Ibach cottages on Third avenue to mother, down with him and drove it paper i
: use in connection with the Wednesday and has taken one Solid Cars i.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Phillips, of Naj- from Jacksonville to Daytona. Mr. management. came ,
ock at the north end of the Fairview
of the Stewart
ragansett Pier, and the east half of Collins reports the road in very bad Attorney L. I). Howell, of Jacksonville > cottages on .. .
: another to E. B. Noble and family. condition and the water i ia so deep who is a guest of the Troy .venue. Mr. Darling's parents will
Co's. celebrated :
him here in about a week. : of H. C. Williams &
'BlodgeUhas purchased a Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hohnan's in some place that it put the fire out. House for rest and recuperation, halt join[ .

:frIess car through Elmer guests departed the forepart of the $FoR SALE-Three heating stoves been l visiting a sister at Port Orange <:FiRMsiir.i: HOI.SK FOR 'RENTTO -- Scarlet Brand i E

-d.|ocal agent, and expects for several days this week. family without children, cornel Royal
week. Mr. Dennison returning to St. cheap. Enquire of Peter J. Doyle.south '
it J here within the next ten (each street and Volusia avenue .
IB Augustine Sunday, and Mrs. Denaitxm Ridgewood avenue. 20-tf?( Mrs. Emily Burns and aunt, Mrs. of J. Case. : of canned goods jiitt reccm-d. The largest consignment :

; and Miss Agnes Hart going Myrtis Melton the four old ([hacker, who were guests of TbeCedanJ Inquire .

.. Lion, dentist, west end to Enterprise on Monday for a few daughter of Mr., aud Mrs.year Wiley last: winter, are occupying Mrs. W. M. Shaffner left Tuesday : of a sin I 11- Inund of g'oods"cr received : '

ge. Peck block, phone 32 Jays visit before returning to St.ugustine. the cottage at the corner of Palmetto afternoon for Orlando, where shrill '
.- Melton, of Kingston, died at their in Volusia I county 1 liy, one fi 11.111. -
nveniie and Cedar street. visit with her sister Mrs. Dud- .
.. teeleT, for a number of home on Main street Monday evening 1

gfctty- editor of the Halifax 'Up-to-date moulding for room and was buried in Pinewood FoR SUE OK RI\T: -The Peck ley. Col. Shaffner next week will join to her spend atthat : ROYAL SCARLET I'resevcH, Honey, Coffee : -

; [daring the winter months, decoration at Barnes' Novelty Store. Cemetery Tuesday. The parents place, corner Beach street and place

I 1 from Dixon, 111, Friday of An item in last week's issue madeit have the sympathy of the whole [/oomis! avenue; inquire of W. II. 'hanksgiviug. and all Canned ioods ARE THE BEST. j

and community in the loss of this little I'eck. tf Mr. and Mrs. J. .11. Binney, of SN ,I
appear that J. F. Trout a

;ft ,.TSf J. L True, of Orange City, party of seven were occupying the member of their family. G. W. Carter and family left )Dunkirk, NY., arrived in the city I

framed order for Fort Lauder- 'hursday. Mr. Uinney, it will be L. G. LYMAN. 1
Aiaest fat several days of D. A. Blodgett residence on Ridge- {Pictures to at Wednesday night

i Jl G:A. Foye and daughter, Mrs wood avenue,while in fact only Mr. Barnes Novelty Store. New mould- (lale, where Mr. Carter will again remembered, was with L. H. Rowe !

y: ..'coming over Wednesday and Mrs. Trout are in the house, ing just received. ?ngage in the trucking business. c Co., last winter anti will nil that )Iilll] >r-Strohm's old stand. .

i1ii)! k. the other members of the party W. G. Hobbs is now running the They expect to return in May. osition again: this season. *.III............. ....lII.IICSISIIISISSIIIII...I.

?sWt&5and: 10 cent bargain being located elsewhere.The Gator moving picture show three Wm. Stiling has leaded the Cros The advertisement of The Howard

f; Iwtar'at BarneM Novelty Store. first shipment of lettuce this nights in the week, Tuesday Thurs store room adjoining the Opera ppears with this issue. Mr. Howard .. .

Sanford Saturday, and giving some House Block ou South Belch street is making his table a special
from daYand r
shipped .r
Menzies and mother, season was 11 j jI
:, arrived last week Tuesday of last week. The shipment very fine films. Among the subjectsof and will I move the City Bakery from (jature. Since opening for the sean I BIISINESS ANU PROffSSIONA

; I consisted of 32 baskets, from special interest this week was Cottage avenue to t lie new location ) this popular house has enjoyedvery

burgh, Ontario, Cana- N. and was sold in that on Tuesday evening of the cele- December J 1st.jAutomobilo. satisfactory transient pat- 0.- "' '
W. Culp
,again at The Cleveland New York at $4.50 per basket net. brated Dreyfus case, uhiih was tires and inner tubes onLge iu addition to its regular I c. C. BOMANNON: Fitzgerald l & Gates I :

,-;'- 1 r, as usual This is a good price and very en- elaborately depicted through its vulcanized at Oliver's garage uests. Physician and Surqcon I Attorneys at Law
& .. C. A. Emerson and E. C. couraging to the shipper. I whole course. Light frost was reported in some ttC'M''W' FIIIlI SAl E -A cooked Office over the Atwood l> Spcuul Attention to Examining and I
who will form of the harmacy,1
. .:: ,- of the part Theatre The Daily News will appear +When jou buy your groceries at localities J Tuesday and Wednesday food sale will be held at the C. t:. Heach street, Daytona Fla. Perfecting& Land Titlea. .
', Crystal
_the winter arrived in the Dec. 1-the subscription will be "OUR STORE," you do not get old mornings. This will aid in the 8O eiI l hall Congregational church, Telephone No. 74. Conrad Block DAYTONA, FLA. I
: week.2'rate 15c per week. If you desire the ware-house stock. Their groceriesare t'arly't-ipenil1g of oranges and grapefruit. 'uesday, T./KJ: to 9:00) p m. Proceda
from Jacksonville last .
Carv 11.14tn lli Sort risbLANDIS
tI;; initial issues drop a postal.W. fresh. The days were' delightfully will be given to the Children'slome I

;'; : tutoring by college grad- F. Gille Jr., reached home Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 11 Foote arrived cool and bracing. : Society, Jacksonville.Mrs. i I : & riSII 1 :.

'1 ...ycbllege,! preparatory or grade with the body of his brother, from Cleveland Monday evening Some of the merchants on Beach : M. J. Holmes, who conducts' Attorneys at Law I .

; :. Miss U;.S. Ruger, Daytona. Charles Gille, Sunday afternoon. and are occupying their winter street have become interested in the Woman's Exchange on North 1'ractlrlng In all mate and FederalCourts .
nII or Criminal business |!Tn
-e_ -ea .Beach aud family areoccupying The remains were conveyed directlyto home at the corner of Kidgenuod mowing and cleaning up the park- I leach street, returned on \Vednes- .rorlnti-alllngand. careful attention. special perfecting' acllllr titles. I

their home at Pinewood cemetery for interment, and Yolusia avenues. They age and the interest seems contagious. day from the north. Mrs. Holmes l'et.nd Mnrlda.

: Beach, while Mr. Beach's where Rev. B. F. Marsh, of the Con- stopped over Sunday at Asheville It is to be hoped the good f>njoyed a pleasant summer vacation Isaac A. Htenart gford: SlySTrAuT

: __ and sister are located in Dr. church, conducted the N. C., to visit their son, Geo. II.,Jr., work will continue. icluding a several hundred mile DI?. d. I-1 KAWL1NGSPhysician : I
gregational I [ & BLY
>' bungalow on Halifax avenue. services. who is attending school at that. automobile tour with a party of
funeral With this issue the ad-
Their daughter, Miss Helen,! appears I & Surgeon.
)(\and Mrs. H. F. Johnson and Mrs. Graham Thmpson who has is place.now in Germany, where she will vertit>enient of The Matrnolia. This ricnds. II Layers I

CiLHokhkisa left for the lagoon been attending the convention of the remain during the winter. pleasant house on North Hidgewood II. W. Sanborn, of New .lamp- Office Volusia avenue first door OlTit! next door to Bank Building,

:1/ 'b&y! of last week, on the Lucille State Federation of Women's Clubsat avenue is very popular under the hire, and II. M. Cook, of Vermont X west of HanVins Pharmacy. I iVLand, UoridaTITLES

fi Mk:dock hunting trip. A. M. Live Oak this week will go from SJ. L. Wallace has a completeline efficient management of the proprietress two guests of The Glenn, on North :

JJbBett was in charge of the boat. that, place to Tallahassee before returning of Christmas goods. Others are Mrs. Celeste Hinls. teach street, captured a fine, twenty- E. L. STEWART INSURED: '
"''" laid aside to make ;
home, for a week or tendays' having articlts furnishedand pound bass at the ocean pier Wedesilay. YohiMH County Abstract.Investment I
il U||Chanffer wants position; cxperi -, not follow their Cherry olive hedges< Phvsician and Surgeon
Miss of them.Vh) with and Title Insurance; Company. I
Mum colored man, with good ref- visit with her daughter, sure planted anywhere in Daytona or They are delighted attention to diseases of the .
Special furnlMlieU and titles perfectt
} I. D. Williams, Daytona Marion, who is attending school in example? on the peninsula. Address Wm laytona and will probably remain Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose. Office I..r"-t.. Ma|'.. IMatv' and Blue i.IAndr..
i. 2VSt IVrt rUb.Pres:('arrr'
( ( 3nl plhxl
D. Chase, of Hartford, Conn., Kick, City. time. and residence. Magnolia avenne and Trcai olu.l. Uo.ISank .
W. io.4. Opposite
.. -it':: :..... from the capital city. some door west of T. 0., telephone 82. :>, JK-ljinJ, rlaD. .
lril.E. Rush was at home was in Daytona Friday and Saturdayof Your attention is called to timeadvertisement Office bouri S a m.to s p. m. 1-_ ___
Furnished (Cottage. advertisement
,,.. and while e FOR RENT- The Ivy Lane
until he rented
Monday last week. While here in this issue of The
f $250 or 7 rooms $2OO. for the season with this D. & C. AI I OGERS:
1M went to Port Orange to see his 9 rooms 24-4 through the Conrad Heal Estate Co, Myrtle, on Myrtle avenue. The appears G. A. KLOCK ,

; 4 lberB; v. E. W. Hush, who had Mrs. M. J. \'anDorn. one of the Elmer Oliver cottages at dining room of this homelike boarding issue.i This house is far above and the Physician and Surgeon Civil l Engineers

) *\\\in. quite ill, but was then some- Mrs. H. Y. Stillman president of Beach. Mr. Chase, who is house having been enlarged and average in its appointments .
Daytona of HpecUl attention given to IIt4-s4.- hI (DAYTONA and
F. under the personal supervision : !
fttat beUer.l.1UenLion. the Palmetto Club, Mrs. Geo. general counsel for the New York improved, Mrs. Kwt is prepared to tb. .:,...Dd Kitting of Jlaxws. limn. Offices |MIAMI, JLA.D.ijt .
from the same, : Mr. Foltz is yearly growing morepopular : over(Bobe clotblng store, oinr hour.
I is directed to the adverjIment Smith. as delegate Hartford & New Haven, Ry started arcomodate a larger number of table with the special class of : 7 to 8.. m.* to 3:00 p. nt., I'. m:"" p. ni. \ <.na Office litablished:: 1875
: and Mrs. Graham Thompson, as his return trip to New Haven boarders this season. I ] DAYTONA 1.,\. I
,., -" of The Pines which again attendedthe visitors is designed to please. :
for the season in our State secretary pro Federationof ,Sunday, but will bring his family jThe I.adit'hl Society of the I II M. JOSIE ROGERS, M. I). I II. A. BERNARD:
session of the State here later in the season Church I Fred l G. Mindnip, of Nakoraia. : I
: '-!.mns. U. E. Haynes, of NewTork held Wednesdayand Fir4 Methodist Episcopal I 'f.li.it suh-cription and business
Clubs in the :

Women's full III., who held a position jewelry I Homeopathic PhysicuuNo
the work is running l Thanksgiving, I
in shop Wednesday
: will assist Mrs. Hinsky week at Live fOur > for the Times-Union.
of II. Clark'sstore :
: of Geo.
Thursday .
department Beach Stmt.Office
-i jJIUBtgement of the house. awing now and we are prepared to will have on sale at Shanks' Candy 453 North TDI -U\JOS DUHl AU.

Jf handle any job. Mr.r Mimlrup, who Kitchen, pies, cakes 9read, meats, last winter, returned to Daytona :I Hours, 12:30 to 2:30 an I MX: :: .\:: Hitch Kcal Instate: Office, I Imith
i ;The will Oak.The owned by Mr. i last week and is again with Mr. to 7:30.Telephone .
News appeartlicj
.t c Daily Yagabondia, was with us last year i is again at salads, etc Don't work youelf to No. 122. Beach Rlred.
: -the subscription will be4r9 Mellen, of Mellen's National Bank of I' the old stand. Bring your repairv.rk death preparing for Thanksgiving, I Clark for the season. He ia an accomplished : I IUIl

week. If drrsire the in charge ol Captain to him and get treated right. workman and all repair
,, you Pittsburg, and Jeweler.Mr. but come here and l buy. Private I Hospital A. O'NEILOSTEOPA'HI: :
41aIIsgues jj drop a postral. Canova, came down through the Geo. 11. Clark, work will receive prompt attention. Daytona I
last and Mead of Lake- Fred D. Miller, Division Passenger -I and Sanitarium
Geo. ,
.Vf ptain and Mrs W. W. Smith canal Saturday ,afternoon and Mrs. : of the Illinois Central, F. it Rowe received a letter this Every.1'1111).forth*pr..jwr mumm......., : I
kiiriclinl I.
South Bridge Sunday night acent kndcarr of innllrtl ami I
arnred Friday afternoen of last after tying up at the yule Conn., arrived iiirmingham, week from II. M. Norton, dated at Irctr..1: appliances. trained nuri.1quiet ; i ,
j her to their winter with Leadquaiters at surrounding Special atlentloiglToo 'tn.I.rw'n l Building
: fJttetfrora their Oyster Bay home over night proceeded on way and are occupying Cory, Pa. Nov. 1 Ith, in "hich Mr to all patients Tertm on nppllcation. :: S, ItMMll: MPft.DR. .
Monday. .
Ala.. n."ton3) visitor II llem ti Mt I'njtoua
has been South Ridgewood avenue. was a : 4 \ I Ii
-ii are occupying their uni now
I Ii summer as the City The I In Charge.DR.
,. the ou
boat1iflpn Palatka.during They were passengers from Chautauqua, N. Y, tonight for
t ; built a
to Jacksonville
;;-"i-1Mee represent usual. of Columbus the Savannah Line a solid train into It is blowing and snowing I liOll l ANNOYSPrivate : : :
$ Second avenue. 1- their own line to Birmingham Daytona \\ iGOl :
SALEFnrnishedcottage and Mr. Mead says that on Saturday over I hard. Wish 1 were leaving for : 1 Sanitarium

|3?? Br. Yorheea, a prominent dentist $FtlR REST Orange OR avenue, L. D. they passed through the most violent and the Central of Georgia and Daytona tonight." Mr Norton will I Dentist treatment of all
107 Jacksonville. For I or the
*%!$Allen, a well known business tf' cyclonic storm he had ever experienced l\. C. L. to I later.A .
door east. come .1 Medical stud Surgical Cases.JJ
of the
Pitcher, next accustomed to western business this: is one Corner Klilgeitooil .<*. \.Ia-II
| a, and R. H. Boyd, although OffJoe: :!J South:" Ik ach Street, Phone 74C.
Bank in the road- the ship was besf lines reaching the south and lady in Chicago read the (Ga7etteXeWH -
of the Volusia County There is a depression ocean travel. lIe S.1)'S : I I C. BOtlA ON. M. D.
WAnd, were Daytona visitors of Yolusia avenue, just at the constantly: buried in a smother of Mr. Miller is entirely competent to and ileculed! to come toDay PHONE 1 S9<
way depot of look.after the southern end of it. She also read the advertisement -.
;***Ori Sunday coming over in the entrance to the j asset)ger i water the waves breaking as higbas tona S. II. GOVIArchitect
) tt. f D.
s car. the railway which every the pilot house. LIVFRA FOR S.'lEJ so

forms into an unsightly mudhole. received fall and winter fully occupied with my Del
J. and Mrs. I. L. RobertS ar- It MuulJ ueeiu good policy as well as Just If have not ma.le youa i that I desire to sell my livery her first order of groceries from Office and residence: 1J3:! So.:; Itidgewood Contractor

\ Friday of ioat MtU fur a tow !I of the city authorities to samples. we and will business at Seabreeze. The buv- : ''Our Store." Mr. Miller, the genial Avenue, app I'klgenood Ho lI'Milf-me: and ",'fTj(p, northeast
.' visit with Mr. Roberts' sister, the duty of shell used at suit give us a trial-: -you of whit i is known a- I proprietor of "Our :" tore'is i now tel. Phone 175. Office hours! : 9 toIls.m.,2to1and6:30top.m. tilt IngMrfxl!I aud Volusia a\tor-I
loads consists
few will be ness ,
but patronizing Ihtytona
have a be I'hi.n.89. r
s.B Mason. on their first not only I f. his adverting : .
They are of the AddresV.. thinking increasing
rkom New York to -the Isle of this things place to as attract it is one the notice of a home BIRNETT.industry.The Tailor. the C. Cannons"Haigh,Stable.Pvland: Fla. l'"i; tf it appropriation, .......................sma.s.4................. 1

ea where Mr. and Mrs. Mason "

.I join them later. yill tDn.


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... ........ ... ........ ....................... ...... mother Mrs. Selden, on Seabreeze I -

". ',1 FREE SAMPLES OF WALL PAPER- I Seabreeze and Daytona Beach 1 i avenue.Mrs. Kurtz and Miss Alice Daugh- i I II Day Electric Curr

't l L+ NEW Wall Pa'U silt AP.::;, ttanc CARD* room today I !erty left this morning on a business I Il l ,-

: e pninntingdismal = !! trip to DeLand.A 'esI c
t i Inttnd pp'n; tfwill : <
JOG A. BERNARD Editor. I ,
f H.
rooms into an ate : wicpies : MRS. 1:. ?,. >
bZ for I

1 f1'- tnctrre We plae eheerful* at your borne.door 11 yV?oJr intend pncei: : sad psmurzacad color ..NNN y N.BN1N...- N.- .- .- .- .- .- .- ., .............. .... WOMAN'S BACK.The Will be turned on ; : =

i the pririlege oi elec- 1 card. Vve;, hare everything E. Lf f Valley street by enclosing the front,
final from tie larrattnd ta PAINT and cia Seabreeze, Nov. 18-Mayor RRR --i

t I ( tined stock u are you money.114mW.B.ySt. Potter armed from New York porch with a neat railing. December I I1908..
I and Pains Will .
1'1 the Soutb.r Aches Disappear
ff_ Ppcn, t VilitJ1pIcJ day night. Mrs.[ Potter and About thirteen thousand fire .
ice of this
Mon-\\ If the Ach Daytona '
Miss Putter will protract their hundred square feet of cement This will give the citizens of Daytona

BALF&CONROY COMPANY JKUoaYlUe. north some weeks longer.J. walk will be laid in sidewalks and Citizen is Followed.A I '

Ralph Wilcox, wife and within the grounds of the Claren woman's back has many aches and, Seabreeze and Daytona Beach an opportunity #:

pleasantly located in their don. A. S. Randall has tbe, contract, pains. .

?{) 4D D. QfJH3'oiii F.K.CO D.1 : are pleasant now home-on the banks of the and C. L. Horn is in charge of the Most backache times is'tis really the kidney kidneys'ache fault.; to operate .[

J. B. C
A. D cashier Halifax. Mr. Wilcox has spent work. That'11Ihy Doan's Kidney Pills cure
\lce.Pm. Electric Fans Flat Irons
i President long hours at his easel the past Suss S. E. Russell, of Marietta, it. Machines I ,!

t Ir'A MERCHANTS BANK IUBA5CK I i summer, and has reproduced nature Ga., arrived last Friday and is vis- Many Daytona women know this. .

', at her best in many a glimpse of iting with Major Russell and family. Read what one has to say about it: and motors various kind Theo -. t
I ( :! OF VOLt'"IIIA COCSTT BK:! "A will Mrs. S Mills, Magnolia St., Dayton,

Capital Stock......-................... ... ............... ? &.((<| 0 woodland and rit'er.I Geo L. Farrell and family and will Eta says: "I used Doan's Kidney Pills crating of motors by electricity is clean **

ot Surplus and Profits ..... ... ... ..... ..... .. ..... ....... ;M.Ht> j 1. L. Waggoner is the courteous I. arrive on Thanksgiving and have since been feeling like a diff ,
.office member of the Sonntag In. spend the winter on Valley street erent woman. I suffered greatly from and economical. Ask us about the

i. .. Four per cent interest paid on Savings accounts and Time Certificates g I I ye-, tment Co., and it will be of interest as usual. dull backaches. It was difficult for me cost.3PbIr H

I of Depo-iL Xo notice required f,>r withdrawals to Seabreeze people to learn Services are now being held every to get about the house and at night IRas

I i\ Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent. I I i that Mr. Wag ner and family exIHtt Sunday afternoon at 3.HO: o'r1'k. in 'The unable kidney to secretions obtain gave my proper evidence rest of Adam Scliantz Electric Light ; a

: 0. "j' ,... : I to make this their future home. the Congregational church Rev. B. fault with the kidneys by their irregular

I : .__.OOIi{ I A. I. Miller ram over from Eustis F. Marsh, of Daytona, officiating; action and when I read of Doan's Kidney .

Friday. and i is again associate with Sunday School at :2.UO? p. m. Pills, I determined to give them a E. L. GUNX, General Manager. !

r ....... . .. .. .. . .. .. ............. ..... ... ...... 1 Investment Co as one Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Avers, of trial. Two boxes were procured for me "i
( 'I the Sonntag I from HanVins drug store cured' me of ............................ t
of their Mr. Millers healthwas Detroit will spend the winter withA. .
i Bond Lumber Company i ii agents backache and disposed of the kidney 1
E greatly improved by several Ayers and wife, and are expectedto
; In for the benefit .
weakness. return
received ************** ..* *. *****
'i : I : ** **# **************+++ 4t{ t
} i MAM.FACTVRERS OF I month vacation in his old Kentucky arrive about Dec. I am pleased to give Doan' Kid # I

ROUGH AND:' DRESSED I Iy home. ney Pills my highest endorsement." 10 ; Have your Picture Frames made at Lesesne's Kodak Place Mtti 4
LUMBER %Jf -.lI tour- For sale by all dealers- Price 50 cents. .
AND: CYPRESS E II. Case, a regular season '
PINE: f jist i arrived from Cleveland Ohio, Daytona Beach Nov 13-A Foster-MUburn Co., Buffalo, X. Y., sole : door to the Prince George Hotel, Death Street near Third Arena. t f
t. special series of meetings in which agents for the United States. t
Flooring Ceiling Brick, Lime | of last week and is a << .
Lath Shingles I Friday guest Rev. Parsons is assisted by HeJ.. Remember the DameDoan'and ;
Office aDd 1 .rd.: FUI Tea : of the Glenwood : R. H. LESESNE Daytona Florida.
in k. of at take no other. ,
and Cement t'toc Railway and Orange Asenue I' B. Harris, Kentucky, began ,

UILIA-Bond :Mill.AltantleCo.ftUneRv..W soathofJ.ckonT111.. Hiss Lena Tomlinson was visitingher the M. E. Church Monday evening, ..ti..i.i..fa.i.fa.t.1.ii.It.. *<<************************,* .* ...................." ,,, "",i>,,: "
Kalamaioo.on anford Branch or the F E.(". Ry. i parents on Pinewood avenue and will be continued throughoutthe
II : Legal Notices : ..
SaturJay and Sunday, returning t(1
Phone 83 R. J. MALBY. Manager. week and probably longer.

..... . ... ... .. .... ... ...... .... .... ...... .I ''HuloSunJay. duties.j. afternoon. for Mon Large congregations greeted him ieisu.it.i.v.1.i.1.i.i.i: Elegant French Style i 3 65

.laY'scLooI both Monday and Tuesday evenings. Notice of Application for Tax Deed Panel Back Rocke .
r. .... ..N.NN..........N..... W. Babcock and friend Joseph
.N..N. N..*.**..*4 r District Superintendent Porter attended Under Section 8 of Chapter 4883 A 1I1&rYeloulIQ.prier 1r a rrmarta!.:y tie ch.tr.
t J. B. GARRISON : Strech, arrived from Grandledge, Laws of Florida fade(If Quancredoa.L.rp: : '!iirda "'-.aut.. .1. r:,,,- a
service here Sunday evening color. Embo *rU co.!"cr wand .L ..a=Uome 24 c; -<-_--!- or
examination of electrical : Mich a fedays since, and will Notice is hereby given that J. W. very oHulI."'"tiu.t. k"hid tl t.c f.t fcr (. I
: A dose in which he took part. Special Wilkinson, purchaser of Tax CertificateNo. baton a< i 1 finished and charged& for : keep bachelor quarters at Mr. Bab- 1395 dated the 7tb day of June A. IClliltoo.f"rSl i5ssiwsGIw.'I..troaca5.
: music by the choir was much en bj bmjiag Orcct rom tic iictory at B krs r .: acuin. -: t ,b
::.. from this shop sho,.-s ho** squarely + I cock's home on Pinewood avenue D. 1899, has filed said certificate in my We mate and sea chairs rti here to L,e tor.e' to ;
t office, and has made for yo >t lowest ihelesaI prlcc3.trhUhrc2 a* :tot 1
and honorably we transact our : t has leased his home joyed.W. application of : 1 .:. .
: = C. C. Gillette tax deed to issue in accordance with ioyoa at Ir latb.rJoBCTcryc:: ir yo 1 i !5
repairs receive : F. Bleeknun arrived last week what thiiaraoittjtain fynntbiac toot I ome I Cxa yon
: business. Dt'ctricAl. "Keystone," to J. F. Beeby of Chi law. Said certificate embraces the following afford not to sea 1 for oar f.-re tUastrauJ caulUe 1007nd -
+ / special attention. Ttose + with a party of twenty who have described property situated in take aUTanu of the tag aTio;>fOrrr
: t who employ us Dent worry about : cago, for the season. Mr. Beeby taken rooms in the Bleekman apartment Vo usia County Florid, to-wit: 300 diFemt! kind. of chain: for parlor d-stagroomtittheaporcbhasatoreoi5cefrortt'echeapcst- r

i our charges, and tley know before : and wife will not start south until Lot 4, Section 16. Towship 15 South to the tmt,.re ihowa: i. the large Ill_traited cataloga
: : house. Range 33 East. The said land being assessed a aidaoetlalCirf.taarpxles-ii.E-FkEla.TtTrt.lalt: : $33.aanatealeaadly .
workmanship +
I engaging& : us that our after the holidays. Mrs. Fuller and friend arrit'f'Jfrom at the date of the issuance of represented or roar aaoncf back
: will be the best. : L. B. Sweet the office man of the such certificate in the name of the heirsof FU ucainrsrf0.TRrarlt.wanJaraamrutfu Cw.IaEtaar, uO
1. + the north this week and will H. M Clay. Unless said certificate
II. G. Wilson Heal Estate Co., reports -
I. in the C. C. shall redeemed according to law, tax
Electric Co. : rooms Bishop
t : Daytona the rentals the past occupy I deed will issue thereon on the 21st day
<_ D ) following house on Seabreeze avenue this of December, A. D. 1908. . . . .:.,1

,; f .. I. :ii i- : 232 South Beach Street iJ.I weekII.: L. Kochersperger'sHiawatha season. I Witnew my official signature and seal ,'
I tI to the electricianat this the 20tb day November, A. D.,
H 1 -.w .N. ..NN/NN......+..+..*+..+...+...+.....****.**. cottage John Allen's. Mr. and Mrs. Gleason, pleasant 190*. SAM'L. D. JORDAN, Daytona Ice Company, .. *
the Clarendon Mrs.
: Clerk Circuit Court Volusia
.. -- -- County
from N. Y.
j people Binghampton, ,
;- i"i""" """'" """"" .,"yr',p, .."' ,.,. cottage, on Valley street, to MrHoltz who spent last winter here arrived Florida.By R. P. HAMLIN Deputy(SEAL Clerk.) PURE ICE I1

of New York, who with his
this week and will spend the winteron --- ; .
: Made from Distilled Water. -
family are now in possession.
San Mateo j Seabreeze avenue, at the Willson 1- of Application For Charter. Factory corner Railroad an" Vnlusia arenoe. "
t .. Cigars T. F. Evernden, M. D., office at his home. Notice is hereby given that on the i iI I 4 0 .. o .i'

i home c n Oakri ige boulevard And :24th day of November, A D.. ISM*. the I
} Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Butler. I undersigned incorporators will apply to :
will answer calls day or night. :!G-:; Nov (Hh, a bright, girl baby the Honorable Minor S. Junes, Judge of
Made wee
Postmaster Britton has secured i the Circuit Court of the \'t"nthJudldal FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY I'
I who has been christened Grate |i District of the State of Florid, for his
\ I the services of Miss Mary LouKaes i approval of a Charter of the lncorpora-4 ..
A of this Earle. I ti"n of a social club to be known as LOCAL TIME CARD No. 76. Corrected to October lit. HK:
; I Reputation as assistant in the office Geo. P. Johnson C. A. Kenney I. "The Seabreeze Bowling and Tennis .
< lIa
3o.seDAILY Ira a i ws
winter. Miss Eaves entered upon and C. G. Smith returned the latter Club." The object of this club is fur I DAILT912p I )1AC\ LINE DAILY I DAILY

: Their Own. her duties last week, and is alreadyan part of the week from eland, I social conducting purposes bowling and fur alleys the, tennis purpose: courts of 6 10 pa I I t W am ''L.__..Jactfosine......_Ar 7S pia i o I. .

I adept at the art. where summoned wit and private cafe and for the objects indicated H pn 10 IS am Ar.. ...I'L.Ioog1UtiBe_..__ LT t 10). J 710..
t they were a-* ......_ ..... .
; and expressed" in its articles of 716 p. lU 5 am LT Fast l'a.l&1h. .L .o. pm 1 N
: Prof and Mrs. Wakefield attended .. .. ..... __. .
1 O LI' .OrmoDd ___11' 1 n 4 N N
pat pm
The success: of the San Mateo Cigar i io': one of I nesses. incorporation. The proposed charter ilIon .16 pm W pm Lv_....__D.ytoaa_.. _...._..._L. a Of p. 4 M ar
: : the Conference of Congregational Mrs. M. C. Brooks gives a recital file in the office of the Clt'k of the 10 10 pm 2 20 pm LI' dew Emrna-__.L. 230 pm f 4 N
the greatest industrial triumphs of the Ea*t Coa t i |churches Circuit Court of Volu"ia County, during 11 Is pmUOOa I ; pm LT T1tnsr1.le. .. tT 11 :: i f M O
I at Daytona Thursday even afternoon from lV! o I I t 41 pm LTII ::: =.::::::= 37 1U15
: Saturday to the pendency of this notice M am i 4 U pa LT_._.-..__Rocklpli*.._._... ..._ 11I28 pm 1 M aka
: since the freeze. : ing in spite of the inclement 5:00 her studio Se ; .S. GOVE. 11 38 am t JO pm LT .__ .... .Fan GalL____.. .__L.i 11 U Ala I 1UMLT
p. m., at on ; _._ _
11' .MrltKHircc. l M
I 00 wa
E. F. BRITTON. 1149 1144am
amt pm
weather Mrs. Evernden attendee 2 M am 7 00 pm ...'...._... FL. nerve-.".".'__f Lr 9 ae .a .Ulfra
t 1. Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula I breeze avenue. i, R. T. BUTLER, j i 6 00 am 9 04 pm .Al.W..U. mB..dLLT 7 34 aa j Saps
., two days, and was one of the speak. G. E. TERWILLIGEIIS. f S M aa 10 44 pm LT_, __. :.lII.Ie.l .611.18 711 N
Leonard and children
of Florida and the Island of Cuba can frc. uct>. and wrapped Mrs. two E GILMORE. > 7 35 am 11 W pm 'Ar .. .._ ...)(I.ml......_.._..__L. 109 Ala
F 1 I ers en Wednesday evening's projqram. arrived from the interior few tllOO am 7Mam ,1,..........._...__...)(1&mL- ........___...10 I'pm :
with the rich, silky leaf grown ra East Cca=t plactati'M.s. : a days --- ----- (11 00 am .10 M am Ar_ Romrte.4 _.._L .1 10 pm J s-g
r and of Mrs. O. R. fl 00 pm .._ ,1r...... -- :.Knlgbta tiey Ltock._._. ......_IT,_+,
Nolle For Publication.
f' ago; guests ;
the cigar industry of the world has never produced Letter gr f ds. I
Dr. C. C. Bohannon will open a of Interior U. S.i .
For sale by all the leadicg: Lcttls and clu>.s and by the l 1'r.ion Nicholson.Mr. i Department the Dally except Sunday. ffUD4.rs and Wt'4uf"odaf1' only. rrnndan and l'I14aJl.
[ i II hospital and sanitarium on Ocean i i Land Office at Gainesville, Florida, '
1',' News Company on every train entering FloridaTwenty and Mrs. Sapp, who spent I I October 2", 1908. I PALATKA BRANCH _
: Mrs. S. S. Jones'home
\: boulevard, in I
t several weeks with relativeson Notice is hereby given that Peter J
sizes style: and grades to elect from.TOR spent Lace CanPaUtka EAST PALATKA TO I Ante XP.1LATE,1 TO CAST |HrtTtCaPALATKA l
formerly known as D1xiPf J Hawley of Daytona, Florida, who, on 1-
South Valley street have taken the PALATKA f PaUtka kola:ke Pa1a4I
August 4. 1903.: made Homestead Entry I
Ii i :

t SALt BY ALL DEALERS. i \ff\g\ The house is being thor Bottephur cottage. I'I No. 32G73 (Aerial number 07741, fur ( SO am I I....._.Xo. 44 Pally.._ 5 Man I 55 aID ......-So. 47 Dan,. ,_' i up
J overhauled renovated and Lot 2 or \VJ of MVJ Section 30, Town _... .. .
toughly ; 515 aaUMaa .so. 49 Daily < 44 amt f 8 00 am .. 1'0.411 I. iy._ 1.as
i ; 11&Duattu.j HI'I Mr. and. Mrs. J. C. Ga&e are expected ship 15 South, Range 3. Eat, TolUha t J.III .._...No. M Dallr _. 44 am II U am .HNo.. M Pally_ !! al am
I'j | put3u readiness for the reception of from SanJfficb Ill the *>ee Meridian, hs filed notice of in- >o. U Daily _.., K10fm425pm 2.0 J'III __. No. S3 Dally IU,*
i 4 M .._ .Now M Pally _..._ __ ..
; S. W. ROWLEY SANIKATEO i iII i! patients any time after Dec. 15th. of week and will I tention to make I nll'e year proof 5 05 rill pm ._.>o. M rally ..... 1 I 6ipciI 7 43U Wpm tm ... >No.o. 5 SS 7 Daily Dally:! _. isS I
'I !: sc.onlnw : early part next I to eftabl"h claim to the land above du. 7 u pm ...__...>oM Pally.-1 I 76inn 8 Ou im .. ...>o. 59 Dally. .. !
of the house its distance
The location their cottage on Seabreeze 1! cnbed, before the Clerk of the Circuit

II ........ .lul.d'\II.'lArllt llk + 1N... )j jJ ji I from and proximity to the occupy avenue. )Court, at Del-and, Florida, on the 5thi SAN MATEO BR.\NCH _
day of December 190v
ocean makes it well J) suited to the Charles Johnson, a prominentyoung i Claimant names as witnesses Lean East: EAST PALATKA TO Anise >--ibU- SAX: MATEO TO J.1MrtnJIII: \
I I Miles Revels of Daytnna.>> Florida. _Palatka SAX MATEO Mawo r _Vatra PALATKA Palate
purposeOr business man of Atlanta, was .
Daniel George, of Daytona HoriJa.Gu
: and Mrs. A. F. Bigelow arnved 8 30 am ........Vo. 49 Dan,...... I SO am 9 W aa ....._.. So. SO Pal'y 1 .1t .
most enthusiastic over the charm of < Chandler of Daytona, t lorida.At. ..._. .. --
SUp. No. U Dally_._. IUtmS40im| .... N.w M Da.ly 401 pat
r.. fUl QU E 1 lie 4 + fn.m St l'aul.Minn the latter our location and climate. Williamson of I)*\.tona. Florida.IIENUI' "

; FULL art >.f |I.t.t"k.. They were acen,1.atlie.I S. CHUBB, +i' So. n I 'o. U I No. 17 >o. IS J \ : j 5..7r
F. G. I 'L41 PORT
Lindberg, an experienced i BRANCH aonty
Rrgi ter. So. mly I Dally | Dally Decay h. IIaI1r
mother t
l I.y Dr I'igelow's !
}ha in Har-
opened a bakery "
tOO pm : 10 Pili''t 00 am LT_... DTI i .__ ...... $."
J Ii : m M 1. f. liiprlnw. and are guest ---- -- ir 7 4aa> U0 r= ;
s mii EXPRESS roun cottage, Seabreeze an'nueDJY. J 40 (m 6 60 pm 4f am Ly ._. ; aMo beach-----.1.s ; 06aa.Iioam tiff
: .. 146 pm 4 U pm I U am I.er.AJ.ntie beach : ... ::::: IT: i 4 ff N :
'a the < >ak lrsi until on the 7uuan It 4} aa
i PR EPA1D > pretty tona Beach. He offers only homemade I II S 00 pm 7 10 pm 10 00 am,.** __......Mayporx.Jark ..- .. ..- .Ls S 4S am U M am 4 tN

{: 2; .J I ,w on IIahf.li att-nne is in rf.1di-1 bakeiy co .d-j: fresh daily. 2C-2! :? 00'. of I I I '0\'. I lJEC. I. JAM '. -, .It..01,,,,.. .....{,.... .....-...
ae.s for thuu Dr and) Mrs Bigvlow i nta fa.xrWu.a.. tLa.yv. Cru" Gty load .ii.. .... I. ...
Mr and Mrs. C. S. Gould arrived : s.4.r s. 1..u.L I....... 5. I grrack 1'I 1- .
I ,, :ta. ., .. .abreezetheir --I-I... 705..L. t 'I I II __
t niakf 7-10 ..
: Irk ij* permsa from Lakeside Ohio, Monday, and : .. 2. :10..L J :20.J..10.17.-: : .. 1 40 pm 9 00 am t.. _.. t.!..a A,.j i M paf i Is 45 pml 00 aID 'It".TIta.CTfe.: ..r'l12.PS
: : : .
"ot home will spend the winter on SeabreezeauLue. .. 3.. :: 9:15.:.t.' 9 .'7. .L.:::119.: :.. I S 2 Em 11 2: '" ..iI ".'-IM."'- .,,---- .! 1 oe pili '! li Pml 8..W am. A..r-.norj. .__..
WINE . Mr and Mrs( Ham :Sauner; and _. 4... ...10.12...,...10:30... ..11JS5... 40 pm pm U 44 am am j lu-..or..p C.-I..12 cry 1..12.0 fm 1'11I' 4 40oimo li t-m ..--... ... -_ .

i I: I I 1 Doz.xya tan Lur (;ih'J\) of( Morristown.IL I Among the recent arrivals at the :.... 5 rt.::.. -.:.11:40..l2la..i1O5..11:2&.i..12:44.:: :: ::.''_. 1 ::>. ..... J' > > ILtDt AT NIGHTS SLY DOLL roe i 1COVMCTIONa "EY 'EST' ( A"'D H1TA--i-A.N'Tb _

1 ] f Mr. and .. .. '... ..
') ur x, ectr greats <> White) House h Devi. 7. -ll7.: 12:17. 2:11. ..
are Adoll n, TUCK ...... .._ ...
TAaLU ..
.1 i .. ...'...12.41. 1u.5. 2..339 .. ....... V N A.a.a ..... aY, a 'Meg.a _. ad 4..A.r.I
DfkVERED the .m..l,1. ...... 5
: I I.i i ( fORK ilr Wt'H'n the latttr |part of I i liunncll; Geo. H. Durt'eM', Indianapolis : .. 1.25..'... 1.45::: ::: 3:30.: .. .... 4a&I ...-- Ia .., eI.y at.n.r..., ---a-- ...a..s.. ..Ie....".., tS..C--
CHAS.&LUMSt5i Sauner lot ..10. ... ..' ..
+ month Mr. owns a on I Ind. -:10. 2-29 49.. COPT or TMI LOCAL TMB CD OR OTHUI IT"V
IXfOax.r.oNUK A
t 5(9VfBXYST.v( $129.9CIAS. Live Oak street, Daytona Bach ..11..L.i -.':>.')...i... 3.13: _' 4:.:>.... D. KAHNBK.!' AMMOM. C.... PaM.m,. A..at ST. AUGUSTINE.: FLOllM
.i JiCKStmVlLE FLA.* : Dr. J. P. Esch gives the following : :12.. ... 3:35..1.! 3.51.' 5:.37. r

upon "Li-.h he contemplates build articles up-to-date list of what ..13... ... 420.:..!;... 4-35.. ... 6:25:. i'
as an ..13....;'... .0..1|_. 5:20...'... -.... : RAILROAD.
BLUCOP\ ANY ing. was taken from bin home on Per- :.:.15.-: '-.. 6IO-.'!... 6:10.. S.25_ ATLANTIC COAFUNE R
; Sealreeze::. has recently acquired a insula Drive sometime during the ..16...!. fi597:05.i ...'... 9.25_ I 1

AGENCY PAKST BREWING( ('0.. M. D. Dr. T. F. Ewrnden I I ....17.738....1.; .. SHO..L.10.25...
resident summer-one physician's microscope ...IS.-. 8-))...I... 9:00)I_.11:20... I t
i: .. Blue Ribbon Beers and Lewis 66 Whiskey I al*; a resident D. D. S Dr. Bigelow, valued at $63; four-inch 19. I... 945...'. 9-1.12:1-1: GOES EVERYWHERE.
; :.:.2o..1..103.1030..1..1220.:::I .
F Send for Price List. i A1CSON\: t ILLS. FLA.r I 9i> that we are starting off very well magnifying glass; aluminum field- ...21... _.11:25...;,...11:40_!| 1:
----- ------ -- -- -- --- - in a professional way and what ..mss.. '...12:05.. +I..12 00. I".. 2:00...
glass; two telegraph ; : .23..: .12:23.: :.:):::j2:33..t.: : .I:. 230. 1! North

OR MOKETHAK I 1 A fflHBEROFA CENTURY l i 1 with a sanitarium for the care of the one geat's Windsor bicycle, nearly .2-1... ...12.j.. 120... .. 3-13... I. : South
sick, a :golf course and a base ball ."o : : 4 ''i
I I diamond for the lovers of door new; two postal card albums; one (: :::2&::::::: 2:2O.: :::i::. 300.:: ::: 5:33..:
We Have teen supplying tne.need's out cutting pliers fifty slides be- ... .. .. .
I pair ; 27.. 3.IO..j.; 330... .. ti.34...
1 E : MdCniner |+ sports, we are making interesting longing to the microscope. A reward ...25....1., .. 3:37.: .. ... 4:47...,... .:3;... East West
of users.
i> bids for fine tourist I ...29..)... :)5.+.. 3:50.: .. ... 5:47... ,
I ; We t I a season. of *:2UO is offered for the :
CG.YM ala-rge stof.: of apprehension ...30... '" 600. :''),)'" x932._ .
I Poatniitt A.3STATIOMARY !| An elevator is being installed at of the guilty parties ...31... ... ......'.....I.I,... 500: ..,.............. I
: : !' EnGINEs, coIL- Consult '
!i the Colonnades by the Ottis Elevator t the "Purple Folder/
ERSSa..Md15. <<1ll oo4Wok.\'Y.:. }li1e.J. \- I Mrs. Catherine Ottman Carlo Forenoon and afternoon tide are ape !i 0.1
Co. Their Mr. Renfred :
saws of all K.ndSBelt.a6 S."tiU.Q. I agent, I and Mrs. Us Schults, of Canajo- proximately at tbe flame hour. Auto- ,( For detailed information
i .!.! r.tl.U"U.bk J ECI 1atAtF : of Atlanta is in charge of the work mobiles can be driven on the beach two rates, schedule* and res-:. !,
I ... I hari, N. Y., arrived last week and "
G M. hours after high tide and within ervations i
B', C 0, r At NY sometime which he expects next week.to have completed are fleasintly situated in the Bleek' hours of high tide.M504IC. t-o call on see your nearest ticket agent, >\< rite to -or -

I w $ f".Rs"'T" s-r ATLANTA G.A. man cottage, on South Valley street.
.\. Avers is building an extension : DIRECTORY.H .

to his home, enlarging several rooms has The been Mrs.Bold Kate to Mrs.Livingston Josephine cottage L H Meets\ Ut and Lnt ird>TE.TDursdayj.So.! 91. T. A A. II Frank C. Boylston, Traveling Pass. Agt. .'

thereby and giving a pleasant outlook HALIFAX CHAPTER. 'o. 5, R. A. :M.- I

Fine Job) Printing at Gazette-News office on Pinewood avenue. Ellis Mrs.of M.Casbelton 0. Talley, N. arrived D. from < Meru Y"nd sib Thurade Thor.dy.ORiaNTALeoMMANDERTN0. .K. T.- I I A. W. Fritot, Division Pass. Agent,

II. C. Buckland has improved theI Lakeland Monday afternoon, and LIS'EOAK.::ad and CHAPTER.ult So..S. U P. sMeet. .-

t ti tl i l. I appearnce' of his new collage oo will spend several! weeks with her 1 j .tsret Ia Ma.oeic Tllnda11.AJI. Hall Usage a'caae.j Jacksonville, Fla. .

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