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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: October 16, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: 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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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?
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able Linens.....


-We have just opened the largest line of Mercerized, Union and
All-linen Table Damask and Napkins ever shown in the city. We
Ian show as large an assortment from 30 cents up as will be found
iin the big department stores of larger cities. We especially call
yonr attention to the quality of every piece, and guarantee our
prices to be right.

|THE PECK HENDRICKS COMPANY.
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handsome


Pictures.


Any customer purchasing $?.oo worth of Gro-
)ceries for cash. I will sell a handsome framed pict-
~-re, your own selection out of one hundred and fifty
subjects, size 23x27, for only 59 cents.
A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME
to desorate your homes. You don't have to buy
$2.oo worth at one time. Ask for coupons.
SPictures on display in my window. Worth in
regulary way $1.5o to $2.oo each. Call and see them


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W. CARROLL,


The North Beach Street Grocer. 'PONE 19. 4


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J. B. GARRISON I
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A close examination of electric-
al work finished and charged for
from this shop shows how square-
ly and honorably we transact our
business. Electrical repairs re-
ceive special attention. Those
who employ us never worry about
our charges, and they know be-
fore engaging us that our work-
manship will be the best.
Daytona Electric Co.


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R. D. TAYLOLR, Electrical Contractor
House Wiring a Specialty. :
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WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING
R a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Roof, a Hot Air Furnace,
of the other metal necessities required to complete a modern
ag, remember that

C. NASH et SON
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it prepared to give prompt and reliable service at fair prices.
general repair shop on Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory.
58. Out of town work solicited.


SCHOOL TRUSTEES WERE


EXONERATED BY COUNCIL.


COUNTY SOLCTOR FISB


WAS ALL DEQUENTS.


Simon Heymann Was Elected in Those Who Have Not Paid License
Place of Alderman S. H. Tax by Nov. 1 Will Be


Gove, Resigned.


Prosecuted.


The City Council at its session County Solicitor Bert Fish has
Monday evening completely exoner issued the following warning and
ated the local school trustees in the requests the Gazette-News to give it
matter of letting the contract to S. publicity: --
IH. Gove for the new high school "I take this method of calling at-
buildiug and approved of the action tention to the fact that Chapter
of the trustees in letting the contract 5597 being an act imposing licenses
as they did. It will be remembered and other taxes, providing for the
that a resolution was adopted by the payment thereof, and prescribing
council several weeks ago u 'n the penalties for doing business without
petition of several citizen alleging a license or other failure to comply
certain irregularities in e letting with the provisions thereof, Laws of
of the contract. A cou ittee ol in the State of Florida, will be en-
vestigation was p ted by the forced by n as County; Solicitor.
council. This co ittee inquired For a number of years, if at all, so
into the irregularities alleged but far as the enforcement of this stat-
in its report reached no findings. ute has been concerned, it has been
The report of the committee brought practically a dead letter. 'The chap-
forth a protest from Trustees Wm ter above referred to prides that
Jackson and A. J. Wilder, and the all licenses shall be payable on or
action of the council Monday even- before the first day of Ocber each
ing exonerating the two members year. For the reason tha this law
and approving of their action will has not been heretofore enforced I
evidently close the incident, shall refrain from filing informa-
Another important item of busi- tions against those who have not
ness transacted by the council Mon- complied with this law until the
day evening was the election of first day of November, Ai D. 1909.
Simon Heymann to fill the vacancy Respectfully,
in the council caused by the resig- BERT FIsH.P
nation of S H. Gove some time ago. County Solicitor."
The only other nominee was D. F County Tax Collector D. P. Smith
Randolph. has already issued in the' neighbor-
The usual budget of bills were hood of 300 licenses, but there are
approved and ordered paid. many who have not yet paid.
A communication was received The license taxes for the City of
from the Southern Express Com- Daytona were also due Oct. 1 and
pany protesting against the legality Collector Titus has already issuet d
of the amount of license the city 87 amounting in dollars and
attempts to collect. The city elerk cents to $ 1,020.
was directed to forward them a copy Collector Titus requests the Ga-
of the amended charter showing the zette-News to say that all pereo. a
city's authority to levy the license who do not pay by the first of next
of $50.00. month will be prosecuted in the
Fire Chief Titus was authorized Mayor's Court.
to have done at once what may be
necessary to put the new hose carts ,
in proper shape. KINGSTON
It was stated that seven or eight I J
peanut stands would arrive shortly!, NGSTON, Oct 12-Mrs. S. J.
and Mlayor Greene wanted to know I ING Oct Mr. S
the wish of the council about allow- Brieley and daughter, Audrey, have
returned to their home in Oakland,
ing them on the streets. The matter after a short visit with her brother,
after a short visit with her brother,
was left to Lis discretion. G W Rich.
The council voted to take up all
G. W. Rich was in Hollister last
the small fire extinguishers on the w as egate to
streets and store them in the re week as a delegate to the Baptist
streets and store them in the fire .
Association.
house. Later the council intends to Associaton.
se theJ.E.Parkerand D. C. Arnette
sell them. T -1


PATHFINDERS PASS THIOU6


DAYTONA IN THE DARK.


- Not Knowing Time of Arrival


have gone to Ft. Lauaeraale, were
they intend to remain for the winter.
Miss Clevy Rich is visiting with
relatives in Orlando and Oakland.
The latest arrival at The Fern-
dale is G. S. Thomas, of Illinois.
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Bradshaw are


;the proud possessors of a fine boy.
Daytonians Fail to Greet He arrived at eleven o'clock, Oct.
the Automobilists. 7th. Both mother and babe are
The Tampa Times pathfinding doing nicely.
car reached Daytona Friday night
of last week about eleven o'clock The Same Gold Brick.
and departed on its journey to A. V. Putten, who conducts a
Jacksonville the next morning at general store at Holly Hill, recently
five o'clock, reaching the metropolis received a letter purporting to
Saturday afternoon. Owing to a come from'a Russian banker ima-
Inisapprehension as to the time of prisoned in Madrid, Spain, on
arrival the Daytona automobilists! charge of manslaughter and ab-
were not present to give the path- sconding with a large sum of bank
finders the glad hand and they were funds, asking for financial help to
away on their journey before hardly recover the hidden money and prom-
anyone know they had arrived. ising to share same with benefactor.
In the party were L. D. Reagan, A newspaper clipping was enclosed
of the Tampa Times; Capt. C. B. with the letter. This is the same
Washington, owner of the car; B. fraud used in Daytona last winter
Marion Reed, secretary of the Tampa and noted at that time by the GCa-
Automobile Club, and T. N. lien-' eette-News. Mr. Putten, who is
derson, driver. 'also assistant in the postoflice, will
The best roads on the journey send the letter to the postal authori-
were through Orange alnd Voluitia ties.
counties. ----


Death of Mrs. S. B. Owens.
The many friends of County Com-
missioner S. B. Owens. of Oak Hill,
.,..... .,!i..i.rn. of the rl]ath of his;


EETTINEAUTEM TIE


ADVEmISK FAimS.


The Tampa Board of Trade Takes
Steps to Nip Them in
the Bud.
Urging the prompt nipping in
the bud of plans of the fakirs who
annually visit Florida with fake ad-
vertising schemes Secretary Willis
B. Powell of the Tampa Board of
Trade has issued the following
warning:
Each tourist season finds Florida
overrun with wily fakirs who have a
gilded scheme to separate publicity
bodies and merchants in each com-
munity from their money and more's
the pity they accomplished their
purpose, doing it by a painless
method which does not hurt until
along about the time when guavas
are turning golden.
These experts in filching dollars
by a hypnotic process take $200,000
out of the State each winter and
and leave in return an expression
that "we are easy marks."
One of the first matters F. C. Bow-
yer, president cf the Tampa Board
of Trade, will take up when the new
organization has received its char-
ter, is the appointment of a com-
mittee, consisting of local publish-
ers and publicists, to protect the
members of the board from the
fakirs.
When a man with a fake scheme
solicits a merchant he will be asked
to produce an endorsement from
this committee, duly signed and
sealed. If he has no such docu-
ment he is requested to meet the com-
mittee. If his scheme is worthy he
will allow investigation. If not, he
will filch the merchants who prefer
to throw aware l100 a year on fake
advertising .-emes rather than
spend $3t on a membership in the
board.
. Mr. Bowyer will cause placards to
be issued to members which will be
sufficient refusal and a forceful dis-
missal to solicitors whose scheme
has no official endorsement of the
Tampa Board of Trade.
Mr. Bowyer is desirous that all
commercial organizations in the
State effect a similar ruling.


JCollars 2 cents, all style of shirts
10 cents, with work left and called
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WILL REPAIR DELAND-


DAYTNA BARD ROAD.


The City Council Will Look After
the Part Within Limits
of the City.
The street committee of the City
Council has decided to repair the
portion of the Daytona-DeLand road
within the city limits and will un-
derbrush around the two sharp
corners along the road west of Mid-
way. Owing to the heavy hauling
of rock. marl, etc., this portion of
the road has many chuck-holes.
The County Commissioners con-
template doing considerable work on
the road between the two cities and
will evidently replace many of the
tifty-three plank bridges with con-


create structures.
Cows May Carry Lights. Aam h t
Alderman E. J. Mills says when III dam SU n L L
he goes to the Legislature he will
introduce a bill requiring all cows E. L. GUNN, G
loitering on the Daytona-New
Smyrna road to carry red lights in ------ @--------
order that automobilists may dis-
tinguish them after dark.
J. P'. Turner, of New Smyrna, has University of Florida,
a good suggestion along the same;
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Mills Transfer 77
Warehouse 60
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THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY


T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor


THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY
(INCORPORATED)

Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
One copy one year $1.50
One copy six months............... .75
One copy three months *........40

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1.6, 1909


AOTIJOLL TIMPIA BUNCH 'DAYTONA NOT IN TRE


INVAES FAIR DAYTONA.


PATH OF HURRICANE.


Crowd of Ironmongers on Way Owing to Favorable Location This


Home Spend a Few Hours
In the City.
A bunch of Tampa boosters ar-
rived in Daytona Wednesday even-
ing from Jacksonville and left the
next morning for Tampa. They
were mounted on a 1910 Chalmers-
Detroit automobile and were on
the ir way home from a joyous time
at the annual meeting of the Florida
Retail Hardware Iealers Associa-
tion which has been in session at
Jacksonville.
The personal of the party is as
follows:
Isaac S. Craft, Not Dirigible,
Samuel N. Honaker, Who Toots the
Honk; B. Roy Hinson, Chief Oiler;
MauriceHyde, Hoof and Tire Ad-
juster; David Scheim, Retpresenta-
tive of the Tampa Tribune, and the
Man Who Polishes the Machine.
The members of the party are
loud in their praises of Daytona and
left about 11:00 o'clock expecting
to reach Tampa that evening.
A telegram from the boosters to
the Gazette-News that afternoon
stated that they reached Kissimmee
at 4:13.
The party went to Jacksonville
by the route west of the St. Johns
and made the trip between the two
cities in thirteen and one-half hours.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones caine down by
rail from Jacksonville and joined
the "gang" for a spin around D)ay-
tona.


PORT ORANGE I

PORT ORAl GE, Oct. I Mr.
and Mrs. George McDonald gave a
birthday party Tuesday evening of
last week. A large number of the
young people from here participated
in a delightful evening.
Mr. Cumming and his sister ar-
rived last week and are at home in
their cottage on the River Shore.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Wells returned
last week from visiting their sons
in Jacksonville and St. Augmstine,
and have moved into one of the
Bailey cottages.
John Vinzant and wife came over
from DeLand and visited Mlr. aln
Mrs. Frank Sparkiman and Mr. and
Mrs. Wells. They returned home
Monday last.
Mr. Drummond, who has Ieenl
coming here for twenty-three years,
left Saturday for his old home at
Eau Claire, Wis., to visit his childl-
ren. As Mr. Drummound is quite
old and feeble Dr. DulIois accom-
panied him. Mr. lrunumond has
boarded with Mr. and Mrs. liarde-
man eighteen years, out of the
twenty-three that he has spent in
Florida.
Mrs. E. H. Wiese returned home
Fnday from Brooklyn, N. Y, where
she sent the summer.
The German fainily,who occupied
one of the Bailey cottages, have
moved into their own house in Dun-
lawton.
Contractor Newman, of New
Smyrna, came up last week and
built a cottage for Alfred Tedliler
on land that he bought of his
father, A. Tedder.
Next Sunday afternoon at two
o'clock there will be divine service
in Grace Church.

WATERWORKS CONTRACTORS

DROP TWO THOUSAND.

J. B. McCrary & Company Lost
Money on Installing the
Daytona System.


The waterworks system is com-
pleted, accepted by the city anal in


City Is Seldom Visited


By Stornms.
The hurricane which struck the
southern coast of Florida Monday
morning, doing great damage to
property and shipping at that place
veered to the eastward and as usual
gave Daytona a welcome go-by.
At Key West the property loss is
said to haye been $2,000,000, nine
factories and many dwellings being
destroyed. Martial law was pro-
claimed and troops protected the
city. Only five vessels out of 100
in the harbor retained their anchor-
age. Miami also suffered greatly.
The warning received at the Hali-
fax River Yacht Club Monday after-
noon was very disturbing in char-
acter and being sustained by the
sultry, threatening appearance of
the weather, the owners of boats
and citizens in general, made un-
usual preparations for the storm.
Boats were safely housed along
the river, the d-edge Klondike, the
Shell Boat and many small craft
taking shelter in the bay between
the City Island and the mainland,
but beyond the rain, usually ac-
companying these storms, which
fell during the day and night, this
section entirely escaped the hurri-
cane.
Davtona's freedom from visitation
of these West India cyclones is
probably due to her favorable loca-
tion in a bay or indenture of the
coast, the storms moving north-
ward, east of the State, seeming to
follow the gulf stream until they
reach the Carolina coast. It has
been some ten or fifteen years since a
gale of any magnitude has visited
this section.


Fish Were Plentiful.
Charles Nusbaum, Frank Cullins
and Lee lodgers went down to the
Inlet the forepart of the week in
Mr. Nusbaum's boat and joined
(eorge .looper, F. S. Clapp, G. B.
Young and Percy Rodgers, who had
Iereededl them by a day or two.
They found the fishing particularly
good both in the river and in the
surf.
After catching a quantity of small
fish in the river below Pacetti'sthey
crossed to the beach and there landed
twenty-two bass ranging from seven
to thirty pounds each.
Given the veteran fishermen of
P'once 'ark were surprised to see
tihe load of fish they had captured
most of which they brought to Day-
tons and distributed among friends.
They made several pictures of the
catch.


On the DeLand Road.
Mayor E. W. Greene and the Ga-
zette-News local man accompanied
Editor T. E. Fitzgerald to DeLand
last Saturday in the latter' auto-
mobile. There are som badly
rutted places on the D ILd road
and in some cases the a coach to
the bridges are in bad 1ape, but
practically the worst art of the
road is east of Mt. Ararat. A little
wo1k on the road now would be of
,rreat benefit.
It would be a good plan for some
one going over the road to carry a
shovel and fix some of the bridge
approaches which could be done in
a few moments. In fact Mayor
(;reene materially helped one of the
worst places by laying a log or two
against the planking where the
cartlh had been washed out.

City Island Work.
While F. A. IKoot's suction dredge
is practically complete with the ex-
ceelion of a few castings still to
coime from 'alatka, he will not be


SSeareeze uda Daytona Bach.
MRS. H. A. BERNARD, Editor.
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SEABREEZE, Oct. 13-Some weeks meeting for Saturday evening, the 25th
ago, the ladies of the Sewing Circle or- inst., to take steps to aid in the move-
ganized a Civic Department in connec-; ment to deepen the channel at the Inlet
tion with their church work. At a! through government appropriation.
meeting held at Mrs. S. P. Leland's on i
Wednesday week, it was decided to open
a reading room in Prof. Wakefield's DAYTONA BEACH, Oct. 13-W. H.
octagon cottage on Oakridge avenue Pent and family, of Miami, have moved
for a term of six months. Mrs. into the Bishop cottage. Mr. Pent is
Evernden was made chairman of this the barber at the Williamson shop.
department, and named as her assist- Mr. H. G. Whitsett and friend, Mrs.
ants Mrs. J. A. Coburn and Mrs. Dora A. L. Brown, of Eustis, who have been
Dayton. The next meeting of the spending a couple of weeks at the Eustis
Circle Oct. 20 will be held in the reading cottage, leave the latter part of the
room and a cordial invitation is ex- week for their home They say they
tended to the ladies of Seabreeze and have never enjoyed the grandeur of the
Daytona Beach to attend. A public old ocean and the beauty of the sun-
meeting will be called soon and it is es and sunsets as much on any pre-
hoped that everybody interested will vious visit.
come and bring along a book as a do- Mrs. E. C. Hibbard returned the latter
nation to the library. Donations of partof last week from her visit to
Southern Florida. She stopped over at
books or subscriptions to magazine are ern da. She stopped over at
Cocoa for a short visit with Mr and
in order now, however, and such encour- Co or a shoth a
agement will be duly appreciated by the Mrs. J.M. Field, and found them pleas-
chairman. A reading room and a tea antly situated.
room, possibly in connection, would Mrs. Hardman, of Port Orange, is
supply a long felt need for the tourists spending the week with Mrs. Barze.
and no doubt prove very popular with Mr. and Mrs. Hardman had the Wilson
our home people, apartment house rented for the summer
Mr. Putnam and family, of Chicago, but have recently removed to Port
are expected to arrive here in a few Orange.
days and will spend the winter in Mrs. H. Holland, who a few weeks ago
Sara McConnell's handsome bungalow sold his boat., Wide-Awake, to A
on the river front. C C. Gillette, who Strickler, of Daytona, has just bought
is in charge of the premises, has just re- another launch, "Chequita," from an
ceived a letter from Mrs. McConnell in Ormond party.
regard to the renting, in which she Dr. I. H. Springer and family have
states she will probably not be here this moved into the W. H. Freeman cottage
winter. on Peninsula Drive, where they are lo-
Mr. and Mrs B. D. Woodward ar- cated for the winter.
rived Saturday from Kansas City, Mo, Mrs. McMullen and two children ar-
and will spend the winter in Rose-cot- rived from Miami a few days since on a
tage on-the-Halifax. They were at Mt. visit to Mr. and Mrs. Pent. Mrs. Mc-
Clemens, Mich., most of the summer. Mullen is Mr Pent's sister.
Jerome A. Burgman, of the Penin- Miss Lucy Blakeslee leaves Friday
sula Publishing Co, is expected home morning for Low Moor, Va., where she
this week from Schenectady, N. Y., will visit her niece and family until after
where he has been at work with the Christmas. Mrs. T. F. Williams and
General Electric Company during the children will accompany Miss Blakeslee
summer, as far as Jacksonville, where they join
R. T. Butler is expected to arrive in a Mr. Williams, who has established him-
few days. self in business there with the firm ol
Hans Evernden came up from Delray Baker & Holmes.
Saturday for a few days' visit with his Geo. A. Parker and wife, of Bellevue,
patents, Dr. Evernden and wife. Ohio, who have been in communication
The news of the death of Mrs. Delia with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Howard in re-
Thompson, September 19, at Mantua, guard to leasing the White House, are
Ohio. her home, received here last week, expected to arrive the latter part of the
was quite a shock to her many friends. week to close negotiations.
Mrs Thompson at one time owned a Mrs. Maretta Brooks has rented Mrs.
home in Seabreeeze and regularly spent Howard's new cottage on Pal.nett
part of her winters here even after she avenue, and will organize her music
had disposed of her property. She was classes there after November 1st.
a lovable and gifted lady and her death C. A. Tal.ey came over from O land
is deplored by all. the latter part of last week to spend a
Miss Joiner, the primary teacher, has few days with his family on the beach
taken rooms st the Wakefield home for Mrs. Talley and baby will return home
the school term. with Mr. Talley.
Alex Reed will have charge of the Mrs. E. L. Howard is having a second
Colonnades grounds during the winter cottage built on her lot on Pallnett
Season. He is a good man for the place. avenue. It is to be a four-room bunga


A car load of furniture shipped by
Thos. Cordis from Springfield, Mass.,
has been received here within the past
few days and placed in the Ballough
cottage. This property was purchased
by Col. Cordis last spring.


During the high tides last week, Mr.
Kochersperger caught some of the huge
logs of driftwood and tagging them with
a wide board on which his name was in-
scribed left them to the mercy of the
winds and waves again. A few days
later some of these logs were beached at
New Smyrna.
Mrs. E. M. Penfield, ,f Ormiond, is
visiting Mrs. J. J Timmons, on Grand-
view avenue this week.
Last week Mrs. S. P Leland sold her
property on Valley street known as the
Bunnell cottage to Mr. Farlow, of Day-
tota. Mr. Farlow and family expect to
occupy it within a short time.
A. S. Randall has a gang of men haul-
ing and placing shell on Ora street this
week, and the street will be ready for
use within a few weeks.
Mrs. and Miss Boyd entertained a
number of friends at their apartment in
the Elnira cottage with a six o'clock
tea last Friday evening. A delightful
evening was spent.
Rev. C. C. Gillett was squirrelhunting
last Thursday evening some miles above
Ormond and happened on some larger
game than he expected. Hearing a
movement in the thick underbrush, Mr.
Gillett stepped upon a log to get a
better view, thinking perhaps it was a
hog, and was surprised to see a big
black bear and her cub pushing in his
direction. Armed with a .22 calibre
old fashioned rifle, he decided very
quickly that bear meat was too dear at
the price, and forthwith mounted his
wheel and started for home.
C. F. Burgman has called a citizen's


FOR economy


low, ana ir. annd Mrs. Howard will oc
cupy it in case they lease the Whit
House for the winter season
Mr. and Mrs. I. Dougherty have re
moved from the Lone Bay Inn to th(
Harroun east cottage, which they have
leased for six months. In the meantime
Mr. Dougherty has leased the Lone Bay
Inn to L. P. Tribble, of Ohio.
Mrs. C. Hinks has closed the Daytons
Beach Hotel and on Saturday will re
move to Daytona where she will condiuc
The Magnolia during the winter.
Mrs. (;odfrey, an old-time friend o
Mrs. Hinks, arrived from Satsuma Mon
(lay evening for a short visit with the
latter.
Thomasi Keating went to Palatks
Sunday morning.
The foundation for the new addition
to the Seaside Inn is pearly completed
A. Vandevorde is doing the cemenl
work.
The Field cottage on Bass street
which was occupied the latter part o
season by Dr. Young and wife, of Indi
ana, has been leased by them for the
winter season.


A card from Mrs. Ubelhour to a
friend, dated from Oconomowoc, Wis.,
their summer home, contains the infor-
mation that she and Mr. Ubelhoer ex-
pect to leave for their Seabreeze home
November 1st.
Thomas Goodall and family and
household train are expected to arrive
from Sanford, Maine, Saturday. His
river front home is being put in readi-
ness for the reception of the family.
The History Class of the Palmetto
Club met with Miss Blakeslee Monday
afternoon, and after study hour hid a
delightful visit in 'her cheerful little
home on Hollywood avenue.

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Bids For Building County Jail and
Sheriff's Residence-Volusia County,
Florida.
H.ale-d proposals for furnlihl Iil:,o. i:l
anld labor for the e-r-ction,, t-oeipl.i-t. I.* ;a
,rick countyy Jail ud lhtr-riff's lKt-. zi.t '-
for Volusla o('unty, Florida. will I- r. ,i-
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of Voluila County, Florida, up to 12 o -k
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HOLLY HILL, Oct. 14-On Sun- 9th o Baveta. I ^%* 6
day Chas. Wetherell took the Misses -e-- I
Josephine and Bessie QuattlebaumWas a Pioneer of State's Metrp
Ion the launch "Two Chums" to opolis.-Owned Valuable
Bulow to spend the day with their Property in Daytona.
sister, Miss May. C. .ivin ton, a resident If ..11_e
C. S. Harris went to DeLandl S t- n e fo r
Jacksonville for over fo ve
rday. Sep nyeari, died in that city Wedn y,
F. K.Sheppard and Ass Apthorp W e -
were among our visitors this weekof kidney affection. Mr. L,' in ton "I had suffered several
Chas. Wetherell was up the Iiver came to Jacksonville tu 1S65 just with LaGrippe. Had
Tuesday getting cedar trees to ship after his ischrg fro the Federal my head and eyes. It flt
toSst. Augustine.s iArmy, and saw the place grow from though there wasa heavy weid
to St. Augustine. I ~Its swaddilli stage to be Florida's oe t om a ny
Win. F. McCoy returned Su::.lav t on the top of my head, untw
accompanied by H. A. Dewnvs, greatest city. e ed a seemed that my brain woal
who has been associated with lu ru and wa said to be a liberal burst. I was so nervote t -
on board the "Hobo" during fl t rbtr to public institutions I could not rest or sleep. Wh
summer in her cruise along the hi lats gift big ), to the I dozed off I would awake wik
Maine coast and will assist hin .Jlackso ivilko Y. l. C.A. a sudden jerking of my whek
here this winter. Mr. L)Demun,.,- r. Liigist.,n owned valuable body. Dr. Miles' Nervine, Heat
hails from Machias, Maine. Mrs. property in I)aytona and was well Remedy and Nerve and Lv e,
McCoy did not return with Mr. known re. medy and Nerve and Ler
McCoy, but will return later in the Pills cured me. A number a
season. B. F. McCoy is ex. t-d friends have since realized te.
now any day. Death of Hi. S. Weeks at Kingston same benefits."
The Constitution was bro: ht hlI .ON,. Oct. 13 -There was MRS. ALVIN H. LOCKS,
down Wednesday by Capt. Alt Coy Seabrook, N. L t
from her summer mooring on the t r or ho The after effects of LaGCripe -
Tomoka river and.now lie.s at an. hor htI1 >Ii *.L-. y iv the death of are often more serious thani t "h
in front of the McCov reiIncu'. ii ,1 \\ck.-, wii,> iad beitu living disease, as it leaves the svste
Mrs. C. D. Barry joined her Ihns- here for about t -- 3'ar., ad had in a weakened condition that
invites more seriousIh foura a
band today at Hastings, where he very much endeared himself to his invites more serius tuc. s
preceded her several weeks ag<. such as pneumonia, etc.
preceded her several weeks a neighbors and friends by his genial Dr.
Lyceum Course. and cheerrl dispositionn. even in
Arrangements have been con- afli,-tion, and hly his unseliish ki.- ReMtorati eNerviwm
pleted for a lyceum course thi- ness to ev.-v one le came to tis should be taken for some tim
winter under the auspices of the climate for the benefit of his heath, to thoroughly restore nerve
First Baptist church that of last and it no doubt prolonged his ife. strength.
season having met with most g'aii- Mrs. Weeks will remain here for Dr. "Mi.'g M Is said by an *d "
fying success. There will be four awhile before returning to her for- your druogist wi retur ywr awf,.
numbers, the first occurring about nier home in Vermont. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart&,
the middle of January. A:n:mg Lee Kingston is at The Ferndale
the excellent talent secured is the for another season, having arrived
world-famed Hungarian orcl:,-tra Friday of last week from Niagara MASONIC DIRECTORY.
of eight pieces Falls, where he spent the summer. HALIFAX LODGE. No. 81. I. & -
r Our young people had a pleasant Meets ist andrd Thursdays.
Resolutions of Respect. social gathering at Mrs. Hamilton's nsAX onIrA No. 5, R. A. --
e At the meeting of the Educatial on Brach street Tnesday evening. ORI NTALOOMMANDERY,No..,L.T.-
At the meeting of the ducainal Meets 4tbThunrday.
and Industrial Association held on EVE OAK CHAPTER No. I, O. IL --
f Sept. 29th, the following resolutions DOING THEIR DUTT. .e1 metiastH.a.urasge s.
were adopted:
Whereas-It has pleased God t. A. GOODWIN
call from our midst our beloved and Scores of Daytona Readers are Learn- Practk-al
honored friend
S Reolved-That we each feel a ig the Duty of the Kidneys. Mattress Maker
personal loss in the death of iirs. To filter the llool is the kidneys' Mattresses Remade with e. Boat
Mary E. Thompson anl that Ihe fdi.V. ShoponaN.eht. Dear obert's
Educational and In ial As.-ocia- w1hli thiy fail t", d, this thel kidneys Blae4sn"th Shop.
Stion has sustained irrepar.Jile ar,.,k.
o loss. Words are inadequate t>, ex- lar-k:t-h,- .i,,aI mianv kiludney ills follow: A POSTAL CARD
press our appreciation of her mitir- I rinary trouble. ,lialm-.t,.s.
o ing efforts in behalf of the eau.- he l ohan's Ki.ln,.*y Pills uret th.mia ll. to M. H. Zuber, Daytona, will
loved. I )a toint [.o jdti. ,-id, wrsei our Itlaim.
a Resolved-That a copy of these .l*aes M. Osoni, Ridlgewood aven1u. bring you a strand of yellow
e resolutions be sent to Mr. Th a;ip- ltvytoiina. Flat-. sais: have o ihesi- pine stove wood for $2.25,
son and family, assuring them of tan.y in reaoi i.nling loan'ss Kidney or oak at 16
our smnypathy and commdning them t'ills. :is I have found then, to be a
d to Iliti who alone can comfort their spil''ndidl kidlney rt-imed hearts. We appreciate how loinelv I wea- lha in. 4sv.ere ,. aii.s in mVy back
the days are without her chlieifu l, i%, %,iil.,.-.,l iih :x anylltu ( t
presence, but rejoice dear frieii. fl, Uh.- i i..l.* .*i.i.,Il.ls. I tha heard Hu
e that some glad day you will inet ian-,iS Ki.in,. l ifi.s .s. lhighil.v i-eom-
her again never to separate, mnih-i that I eo-e,-,,uh.,! to try them and S t na
Resolved-That a copy of I.hese Ir'aured ; a I.o\ from 1 Hankins' drug 0 A
e resolutions be spread npon miii':tes store-. Th.*y ,lid th,.ir work v-ry ffect- 3 CCT^ IOH8 1I
e and a copy be sent to each of the iv.ly am' l.fir,- loing riil ie ,of the back
City newspapers. ;i-hletinil pains ;.r.s my loins. They Ba
MRS. JENNIE S. WItITF., .tlso strl.uigtli,.neid my kidu,-ya and stop-
SMRSt. R. J. IIl NNEWel.l, otf th,..s.-,ti,.ns. ." B
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toopen up that cottage?
an alarm clock, or per-
P plated silver. Ask the
you meet where is the
c to go. That's all.
L. ROWE & Co., The Jewelers.
M. Waite is expected tomorrow.
SA. Conrad, of Miami, was the
t of his brothers, E.T. and F.
i the first of the week.


iNpt. and Mrs. C. A. Young re-
^aed from the North last week and
j again at home at Daytona Beach.
StHfousekeepers call at Allan's and
Spncee on sheets, table linen,
lm-s band bed spreads.


^i.F E. C. Ry. Company has
g.ty leveled up all the street
lsnm in the city with Miami

IL. M. Smith and family have re
dt from Fairview avenue to G
S;Foye's cottage on South Palmetti
mRU.


and Mrs. T. Fred Brown re-
Monday from Sannapee. N.
heir summer home, and are
at Daytona Beach.
i. L. Gunn, manager of the elee-
S-light plant, made a business
SJacksonville Wednesday, re-
gthe following day.
Oe nty Treasurer J. J. Vinzant
over from the county seat last
y getting acquainted with
i friends in Daytona and vicinity.
SM. H Zuber and family removed
-It week from the S. Heymann cot-
oe o West Volusia avenue to Mr.
Zbeta own place on South Ridge-
.iTad avenue.
~ *A number of fine peninsula
for rent. A few good board-
iig house propositions. Choice
periesfor sale. Charles F. Burg-
SSebreexe, Fla. '
iMr. andMrs. E. P. Wilson, of
i 5lfoad, Ohio, arrived Sunday and
e located in one of Miss Lillian
opson's cottages at Daytona
IDash, which they rented some time
^.inee.
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i Mrs. H. Thorp and Miss Kath-
: Ryare, at home at Daytona Beach.
w'-'ay arrived Friday afternoon of
:last week from Cleveland, Ohio,
S i hang spent the summer at Geneva-
- 'ithe-lake near Cleveland.
The Misses Emma and Grace Ap-
thorp and their aunt, Mrs. -Wm. H
,:inner, are occupying a part of the
Se. R. Shoemaker house on Third
aenue, having moved over from
SDaytona Beach last Saturday.
Mrs. Paul Clark and baby are
visiting with Mr.and Mrs. G. W.
SBch on Ivy Lane, having stopped
| over last Saturday enroute from
h Aheville, N. C., where they spent
Sthe summer, to their home in West
SPalm Beach, where Mr. Clark is as-
Saistant postmaster.
tfFoa SALE-Lot 2, block 7, facing
mn both Beach street and Palmetto
avenue. Good investment. Apply
to the Norman S. Dayton Real Es-
.ate Agency or James W. Stanley.
-r L. Smith recently sold the
Odam building on North Beach
treat to Ed. Russell, of Ormond,
;ho will use it for a meat market.
ears. Smith and Russell went to
_: Jaeksonville Monday to complete
-he details of the sale. The build-
'ag was owned by C. A.' Birchwood.
Ie. R. D. Taylor and children re-
r ded Friday of last week from
S i, accompanied by Mrs. Tay-
la sister, Miss Mabel Lett, who is
m her way to Jacksonville to fill a
i ,' -*itin with Greenleaf & Crosby
-, (l of that city, in whose employ
Se li as been for some time at Miami.


I-tAuton obile tires and inner tubes
i: u-lcai ed at Oliver's garage
S ee. E. Kellog, of Charlotte,
5i ^Hl, who has spent a number of
Sws: a heo i wintering in Cali-
(ni' this yeat. Mr. Kellog, who
a.. fi ithbful fisherman when here,
Swlntiee to friend in this city, from
L:g Beach, Gal., to the effect that
S'La would not regret Daytona so
Sih if the fishing was better and
rights did not get so cold.
imne line of men's dress shirts
Ala aos, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 val-
ll at uniform price, 69 cents.


E. E. H. Glenn, owner of The
Son North Beach street arrived
ROh city Friday of last week.
I Glan will remain here during
enter, but expects to resume
Pitimn in the spring with the
SO. K. Baking Powder Com-
iof New York, for whom she
Z been traveling for a considerable
having leased The Glenn
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'Stationery, particularly box pa-
, at a bargain.
Young's Pharmacy.


surance and not need it, than to
need insurance and not have it."
Call at Col. Shaffuer's Insurance
office. 21-2
Rev. Herman G. Porter was called
to Jacksonville yesterday afternoon
to preach the funeral sermon of C.
O. Livingston, a notice of whose
death will be found elsewhere in
this issue.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Jones have
removed from the Wicking resi-
dence, in which they were tem-
porarily installed, to the new cottage
just east of it, where they will make
their home.
:A number of fine peninsula
homes for rent. A few good board
ing house propositions. Choice
properties for sale. Charles F. Burg-
man, real estate, Seabreeze, Fla.
L. C. McCann, proprietor of Mac's
Cafe' arrived Friday night of last
week from Mackinac Island, Mich.,
where he has been during the sum-
mer. Mrs. McCann met him in
Jacksonville.
Mrs. M. B. Aultman joined Mr.
Aultman at their home in this city
Thursday afternoon coming from
her former home at Dawson, Pa., to
which place she went after a few
weeks stay at Asheville, N. C,, early
in the summer.
F. M. Terrill's boat, the Aquona,
arrived from Jacksonville Friday or
Saturday of last week in charge of
Capt. Allen, of St. Augustine, and is
tied up at Root's Dry Dock, where
she will undergo some alterations
and improvements.
Geo. F. Crouch, superintendent
of the Gazete-News, has been on
the sick list the greater part of the
week, something quite out of the
ordinary, as Mr. Crouch has never
before missed a day from the office,
because af illness, since coming to


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Fred R. Root was expected last
night from New York, where he has
been engaged on the yacht Skylark
during the summer.
tAway on vacation. Office closed
until Oct. 20th.
Da. F. H. HoI.(oIITs.
Dan R. Lovelace arrived yester-
day from Petosky, Mich., and will
be with S. B. Green at the Central
Garage again this season.
*"Those anticipating hunting trips
should see J. L. Rohart, noted hunter
and guide, as game is plentiful this
season. Home on West Second Ave.


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The ladies of the First M. E.
trch gave a reception last night
honor of their new pastor and his
fe, Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Mallinson.
*A new line of ready made skirts
it received by the Chas. E Gardi-
r Co.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs
ijah McDonald, of Port Orange,
ed in this city Thursday morning
d was buried at Port Orange yes-
rday morning.
Augustus Gaiger, of Miami, is a
mest of The Howard. Mr. Gaiger
here in connection with the work
the new school building, in the
terest of Architect W. C. DeGarmo.


Shoes for men. women and chil-
dren at enormous sacrifice this week
at Allan's.
Oscar Michael says if the people
of Daytona will not use marl for
street purposes he will ship it to
other places. He is now shipping
several cars of it to St. Augustine.
JA new shipment of Beacon Shoes
just received at Thie Bee Hive.


Mrs. Leon Vanand children re- Daytona.
turned last week from New York,
where they spent the summer, leav- Marshal John Myers relieved a
h re they spent thesummer, leal- conductor on the F. E. C.Ry. train
ing Mr. Van and Wth aboard a boat tolhey of an inebriated passenger last
in about a month o a bot Friday afternoon and kept him in
w bri South the the city lock-up until the fol-
+Our Store is handling Meadow lowing day when he had sobered up
Gold Butter, the most sanitary and was permitted to continue his
package on the market. journey southward.
J. H. Rafftery, distric-t passenger The Gem City Quartet formed a
agent of the Georgia Southern & special attraction at The Crystal
Florida Ry., with headquarters in I Theater Wednesday night, to the
Jacksonville, was a Daytona visitor enjoyment of quite a ciowd. The
for a day or two this week, a guest moving pictures were up to the
of Schmidt's Hotel. usual excellent standard, but the
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Blymyer male quartet is a drawing card
arrived from Chattanooga Thursday wherever they take part.
afternoon, accompanied by Mrs. Miss Harriet L. Bower, a niece of
Blymyer's niece, Mrs. .1. Prentis, Frank A. White, stopped over in
and are established in their home this city with Mr. and Mrs White
on South Palmetto avenue. from Sunday until yesterday, en-
tHotels and boardinghouses are route from Brooklyn, N. Y.. to her
invited tocall and get close cash home at Rockledge. Tuesday even-
.y .. ... ..,1 inr Mrs. White ave an informal


prices on towels, biiolings auu -- .
house furnishings at Allan's. reception in Miss Bower's honor.
Mrs. Louise Lloyd and Miss T. F. Williams, president of the
Minnie Duck departed Tuesday af- Conrad Grocery Company, has ac-
ternoon for Atlanta, Ca, near which cepted the position of city sales
city they expect to take ip their res- manager for the Baker-Holmes Co.,
idence. Mrs. Mary Duck will remain of Jacksonville, with which com-
ene rs. kIpanye has long been connected
here for the winter at any rae, not pany he has long been connected
wishing to encounter the cooler cli- Iand his family left for Jacksonville
mate of Georgia. yesterday, where they will reside
I during the winter, expecting to re-
H. Marshall Gardiner, w ho has I
H. Marshall Gar.dinr, who has turn to their home in this city next
been at Lake Placid, N. V., during summer.
thesummer, returned to the city ree ts
last Monday. Mr. Cardiner's parents side e lumber and tiumber
and sister will join him here in siderable lumber and timber has
and sst week, coming frhun h ini- been found on the beach. The
nac Island, Mioh, where they have mo1 t important find perhaps was a
spent the summer. large mahogany log which Messrs
spent the sumer. E. T. and F. N. Conrad found op-
Col. J. S. Sammis and wife were ssite aytona. They had the log
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Nash hauled to to the yards uf the Bond
for a few days this week, going from Inumber Co., and later expect to ship
this city to the beach for a week's t to Lake Helen and have it sawed
stay before returning to their home lp by the E. W. Bond Co.
at Melbourne. They are on their
return from a trip North Col. M.1rs .1. C. Pettepher and daugh-
Samnis is a nephew of Mr. Nasb. ter returned from New York Friday
A number of night of last week, where they had
*A number of lie peninsula been for a couple of weeks visiting
homes for rent. A few good hoard- with Mr. Pettepher and enjoying
ing house propositions. Choice the Hudson-Fulton celebration. Mr.
properties for sale. Charles F. Burg- Pettpher will not return until late
man. real estate, Seabreeze, Fla. in the season. This week Mrs


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year old son of Mr and Mrs C. E. A Handsome Token of Regard.
Johnston, died at Ocala Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Diokerman,
last week of congestion of the brain, of Sommerville, Mass., selected
after an illness of only two days while in Paris recently and pre-
Mr. Johnston and family are well sented to Mrs. J. C. Howard, when
known here, Mr. Johnston having she and Mr. Howard were North
for a number of years conducted this summer, a beautiful pearl neck-
the Silver Tipped Livery in this lace and star pendant, as a token of
city. The family have the sympathy their appreciation of the care and
of many friends in Daytona and attention shown to Mr. Dickerman's
vicinity. father during his fatal illness at The
Howard last winter. One of the
fELl FROM BUS; LEfT TH1l elder Mr. Dickerman's last requests
was that his family be acquainted
AND ADM WERE FRACTUEDI with the kindness shown him by
Mrs. Howard. He had been a guest
Rat att of The Howard for several seasons
preceding his death.
Mrs. R. C. Tremaine, of Mount
Dora, Met With Serious Married at Viking.
Accident Wednesday. George Walton, of this city, and
Accident Wednesday. iss Mercy Adelle Negus. of James-
Wednesday afternoon, as Mrs. R. town, N. Y., were united in mar-
C. Tremaine was getting into a bus riage Monday afternoon at the home
at Daytona Beach, preparatory to of the bride's brother, Ray Negus,
going to her home at Mount Dora, at Viking, only members of the
the driver started the horses and family being present. ,
Mrs. Tremaine was thrown violently Both of the contqca g parties
to the ground, sustaining serious have many friends in ls city, Mr.
injuries. She was taken to Dr. Walton having residecVhere for a
Bohannon's Hospital, where an ex- number of years and Miss Negus
amination showed her left thigh to having spent the past two winters
be broken and her left arm fractured in Daytona.
at the wrist. At last reports the The newly wedded couple came
condition of Mrs. Tremaine was very to this city Tuesday afternoon and
favorable and Dr. Bohannoi says if are at home in Mr. Walton's resi-
no complications set in she will dence on West Magnolia avenue.
recover.
Mrs. Tremaine is I'2 years of age. Word recently received in this
Accompanied by her daughter, Miss city conveys the news of the marri-
Ella Tremaino, she spent the sum- riage of Benjamin Mason, Jr., in
mer in the North Carolina moun- Baltimore, to a young lady of that
tains and stopped at Daytona Beach city. The young couple it is said
enroute home. She had been there are making their home in New York
for two or three weeks. City.


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Col C. M. Ringham is North on a R. L. Smith made a business trip
business trip. to Harwood Tuesday.
Mrs. Katharine Millar opened the 300 men's felt hats at Allan's
Comfort Shop this week .will be closed out at one-half their
Mrs. L Bennett and child went to real value.
Jacksonville last Friday. C. H. Pellecier returned last Sat-
F. G. Lindberg went to Port Or- urday from a three months' visit
ange Thursday afternoon. with his brother near St. Augustine.
John Pollitz has been in DeLand Rev. azd Mrs. Dana Sherrill, of
this week, doing jury duty. of Hoopston, Ull., arrived Thursday
afternoon and are at home on
Geo Wray returned Thursday Volusia avenue.
afternoon from a business trip down A n as the city from
the coast. A. S. Allan was in the city from
the oast. Fernandina several days this week
A recent letter from J. R. King looking after his business interests
state that he expected to be in here. Mrs. Allan accompanied him.
Daytona on the 16th. Clyde E. Miller received a severe
See our new line of millinery, kick in the face Tuesday! while
The Bee Hive. cranking a bucking auto, making
A card from Dr. P. Esch an- a deep and painful cut close to his
ounces that he will be here with nose.
his family next week. Mrs. J. Schneider and daughter,
*13 yards soft finished yard-wide Miss Flora, arrived last week from
bleaching for $1.00 at Allan's. Philadelphia and joined Dr.
Schneider at their Ridgewood avenue
Wm. Ronald returned to Daytona home.
Beach last week and will probably i r t i-
be at home for several months. FIRE- It is bettor to have n-


Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bond drove
over from Lake Helen Wednesday
and are spending a few days on the
beach.
"Special prices on fancy rockers
and chairs next week at the
Halifax Furniture Co.
Mrs. Wi. Wicking and daughter,
Miss Bertha, returned last Saturday
from their summer outing North
and are again at home on Volusia
avenue.
Will D. Cowan came over from
Lake City Wednesday for a visit
with his brother, L J. Cowan, and
his niece, Mrs. Will Van Dorn. He
expects to leave tomorrow.
C'New goods coming in every day
now. An inspection of our stock
will convince you that our prices
are lower than elsewhere and quality
the very best. G. Il. Clark, Jeweler.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Moseley and
daughter, Miss May, returned Mon-
day night from a pleasant summer
at Ocean Grove, N. J., where they
conducted The Bellelaire during the
season.
A Nelson pecan about two and a
half inches in length is displayed in
the window of the Norman S Day-
ton real estate office. It was grown
on West Volusia avenue by Jacob
Slough.
W. W. Ledwith has the grounds
of the Geo. II. Foote residence in
very neat appearance, a well-kept
lawn adding to the general effect.
Among the ornamental plants are a
number of young plants of the
poincetta which are growing nicely.
Alex. J. Goode came up from
Melbourne Monday afternoon to get
the houseboat Buckeye and her ten-
der Truant, which F. A Root re-
cently sold to I. W Cannon, of
New York. Mrs. Code joined her
husband here Tuesday and they left
with the boats for Melbourne Thurs-
day.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Anthony were
in the city Monday and Tuesday,
having stopped over on their way
home to West Palm Beach, from
Crawfordsville, Ca., where Mrs.
Anthony spent the summer. Mr.
Anthony was also at Crawfordsville
for some time and went from there
to New York to purchase goods,
stopping for Mrs. Anthony on his
return.
Wilbur Johnston. tle thirteen-


M IE i STIE7.


S. H. (love Has Contract for the
Construction of a Residence
for Thomas H. White. -
Thos. E. White departed last Sat-
urday on his return to Cleveland,
Ohio, having given the contract for
the erection of his new residence on
the property purchased while- here
to S. H. Gove who drew the plans
for the building.
The property purchased, briefly
mentioned last week. includeseighty-
five feet of the Wilder property and
sixty-five feet frontage to the north,
belonging to I. M. Croms or a total
of 150 feet frontae on Beach street
On this property Contractor Gove
will build for Mr. White a thirteen-
room bungalow at a cost of $15,000.
The basement will be of concrete
and the upper part of pressed yellow
or buff brick with Spanish red tile
roof.
Work was at once begun prepar-
ing for the building as Mr. White
desires to have the house ready for
his occupancy before the beginning
of the new year.
Admired Daytona.
Dr. Oliver G. J. Schadt, dean of
the department of modern lan-
guages of Rollins College, Winter
Park, arrived in town last Saturday
as the guest of Simon Heymann and
spent several- days admiring the
natural beauties of the place. Having
traveled all over this country and
Europe, where he once held a tutor-
ship in the Russian Imperial family,
and walked daily through royal
gardens, he unreservedly declares
that Daytona with its long avenues
shaded by the majestic palmetto and
moss covered foliage of the stately
live oak and pine trees, and with its
beautiful residences, is the most
magnificent resort in the world, and
has a great future before it.
Dr. Scbadt returned to Winter
Park Monday, delighted with the
hospitality and friendly greetings
of the olep ofp Daytona, prophesy-
ing that next winter will see the
greatest influx of northern people in
the history ofthe East Coast sec-
tion.


JOE OS31E1, Tl


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&. L. bTxWAR'r
Physician and Surgeon
special attention to diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Throat and Noe. Office
and residene, Magnoa avenue. 3rd
door wet of P. 0.. telephone 82.
OAie horas a. to 9 P. a.

G. A. KLOCK
Physician and Surgeon
Assoslted with R.. Ooley, M. D.
Specialattentios given to diusmes of
the Eye, ye, Noe and Throat. Offce
horse 7 to a. mW, 1 to t and 7 to 8 p. m.
DAYTONA. FLA.
M. JOSIE ROGERS, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician
No. 453 North Beach Street.
Office Hours, 12:30 to 2:30 and 6:00
to 7:30.
Telephone No. 122.

ROY nOWE. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office and residence: 123 So. Ridge-
wood Avenue, opp Ridgewood Ho-
tel. Phone 175. Office hours: 9 to
11 a. m., 2 to 4and 6:30 to 8 p. m.

S. H. GOVE
Architect Builder and
Contractor
Residence and office, northeast cor-
ner Ridgewood and Volusia ave.
Phone 89. Daytona, Fla


Fitzgerald & Oates
Attorneys at Law
Special Attention to F.nmining and
Perfecting Land Titles.
Conrad Block, DAYTONA, FLA.


LANDIS & FISH
Attornevs at Law
Practiclg a man State and Federal
Cort Civl or Criminal business giv-
en careful atteton. special facilities
for investigang and perfecting titles.
DeLud, Florida.

TITLES INSURED
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Abstracts furnished and titles perfect-
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Bank, DeLand, Pla.

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Every facility for the proper treat ment
and ca of medical and surgical cases.
Electrical appliances, trained nurses,
quiet surroundings Special attention
given to all patients. Terms on appli-
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Dr.G. A KLOCK
Physician in Charge.


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l. SBHNEIDER. A. D.
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302 North Ridgewood
Phone 193, Daytona, Florida
Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m.,
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Mall s lid titillis in .11 a4 LIN.' .ill o.f
the streets with Iut'vir 'w.ideivinar-i11:4$k.:
parkiage, thle m;n ire m'itNio b'vcmnlnes a
great park
And ut.;for pavt'. timat IL, ~(iel
that laitik ani.oi ;.,( -t i :ii l.. lx'a I(ere
else b6twejiL VoC: L.- I :. Li Ca..-i1 1 4
seas arv -so l.:aru ny iliv~. 0tith1rol0-l'txuul il
inhab~itant? Iil zioiw tll evrtl(l
pIae r' rlnep-rt a-.lime II .11anl I., tIicr, I lny ttna
throws tml%,iE'x'a t e ;..itilI,- !,i. toh V 'ii
Squirrels. I-owers. IlirLis nai Fruits.
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110)14S Iihat' lk 10 flI1i -:a.. '11 '' ul
try to tht-'pit ti or.
As fear fruits. .h'i- .v trua;- 1:!21-. 1I
tona yields tilt' ;ud:1t.) 1i itt illfmor vquality
and quantitiy ;itr w .rv. HTt-rr arv.:cout'.i
of citrit, groves in proximity to till,(it\ I,
braaeht'' beuidi-fut, l LIcII f- r' tii xxi' i, l ci
burden-;emf li..nicino. W-dichlit ik b
The Fastest Autos And Thic Fincst (hut.
Here is where world's ro."aard f. r 'q-pn-;


vi'a-'k. : n:d \yu have shaved the lather
a;IId \thik frs .off. but the fly didn't
iltve. Now. what's the mazzer with
hiIt,,*
"1 told hiii there was no fly on him,
bti; h I,' ,iitittd to the mirror and said:
*"Y\..u think I 'llln't ne t hiii. I ain't so
411'iiial s h::It I "1 11i)icatld tl, the glass. and there
stoa.d ith lly o tinh' mirror and in such
a plsiii,, i t lhat frotan my customer's
n;i;te ,f \viioinu t seemed to be on his
lchtck. lie :ifterwtard stid that he had
i'fet ha:t f ly ticlkling him all the time
a11i. \\.indelred l Iw I could shave un-
'Itr;ke:rit it aind not cut its legs off.'"-
I.oitdn 'rit-Hiti.
Helping the Enemy.
A coal lihveivr was getilng in a load
o'f i:il in flie .tlurl'i.s oef L.ondon. lIe
w as :hl\'. lig in ilhe coal a:t a good
r.itt, x\ Lieii Ix \:;,; sa:irtltd hiy a terrific
'cil tri't' l tihe li'ise adjoiuinlg.
"W\\ot Ithit dickLt s is the natterr"
tll'ri'it tolit. (o:l im:In. starting up.
\ tli:-lr'vcli tl !a 'kii'i indiixvidual made
11 a:iipi r.Itr aIt ihe door.
\l:itter. (you1 thllkhe:d:!" shouted the
)., U1. i'raititi-:illy etideavoring to pull
hi-; lrtir u I ill clots bI, the rotts. "You
in'' it,;iliii thlie o.:il dohwn the wrong
lih. e. \y \wifo's I,.ople live there!"--
lndon lT Ii-l-iils.
Answered.
I\ c:r, :;a f a::,n \\'ere' discussing pol-
iti- .A .n'i.. 1 f'-1L>\- .iiued in the
onvtiv '-.i:oiii. 1' : lhis ariumniemnt did not
i,'l'asoe th:e rtI-.sT, and oneue of them
said o lhii.:
"i'"Il a : A. t yi.ur a:( e I was an
a-s ti:i s>'if."
*"YTu ;irc wo',nderfully well reserved,
sir." x: s the iltlitiimliite and crushing
reply.


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Kicklng Kindness lto Him..

SMo ern busy when he saw four boys eight or
nine years of age attack one boy of
Seven W wonders about the same age.
2/ "You mustn't, you mustn't," he said
when he had hauled thea off, "attack
Dytos's Incomparable Ocean Beach. your little companion this way. What
One of Daytona a crowning glories is has he Odne to deserve such harsh
her incomparable beach. No one who treatment?"
ever set foot upon its smooth, packed The four boys glowered sullenly'
sands; no one who ever pedaled a -i- while the one boy whimpered as he
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever thought what would happen to him
drove a prancing pair of horses and list- when the benevolent gentleman went
ened to the popping of their steel shoes On his way.
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one "Well," said one of the four at last
who ever steered a high-power automo our teacher wants to get up in school
bile down the broad stretch of wave- o teae ork Press.
washed and surf-packed '-and but real-. Weed.
ized that it is a world-beater, a world- Weeds if they are pulled out of a
wonder. Go stand upon this wil'e
wonder. Go st..nd upon this wi: lawn at a time when they are full of
speedway and see the happy souls tit e la wl at a time when they are fll o
by in joyous mood, and answer whetherseed wi ei a dr of cae fo
this is not one of the seven modernite seeds which is almost touching.
wonders. : They will curl their leaves upward as
wonders. m-.oi,. far as each (n1 cso to cover the seeds
The Placid. Pelucid Hallfax Ri ver. far a c ) to ver te seeds
and] prat'to' them from the sun till the
Where think you is water with more cld protect thft. ome ill fiun wells that
picturesque surroundings. Nearly a are wuire d.-:it. s.e killed. whose t leaves
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegtaa- i till :uar wrappe!l tirnly a:rosund the
tion artistic cottages with roomy vt'- :s.d ;,pois. No mother could show
randa's looking out upon her bosom., n; gamey food fishes in c iuntless numllletr tl, 'le.se d.'i"i--' id ll;nts.-Cinincinnati
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod Hiiqiror. _
and reel; her bosom flecked with dutck The Prince and the Captain.
and coot and snowy-widrge.d se'a lirdi5-, 'Tir ;ilnJi: ;ll c(-umandling the Brit-
which sit about as if for the sport of i. :h .Mdiiltrranean squadron a number
bobbing upon her warvts; watch that of y3ar.i ;Iag ga;ive a dinner to the cap-
lubberly old white headed pi licani po-h taiLn of the fleet at Malta. By 6:45
a fat mullet, and that lish lawk sttg- j'st if the -alins had reached the
gling upward with his floundering loadti ttl. ila ir.ll uhre rved on th e deck by
; thei d airal laln ushered below. Next
he snatched from the water. the luke of l:dinbultr:h arrived. The
See tht beautiful launelxes, spik land adnitniral rect'iv\d hliii :and, keeping him
span their hampers and lock,:- tlging in -oversation, continued to pace the
with rifrishlnents both solid a luid, deck. All suiisetlqutt arrivals were
ready for a erumse upon her ttiful dully ushleredrl elow to the saloon, but
surface. Ta .ut vour field gl:ss a:nd still the :alinirn.:l kept the duke on
sweep the ri'.er from Onnond bridge to d t.k. At .:t it t'.curred to the duke
Parkh:houset he tlinner hour had been passed,
Ponce Park light house, thl.n say
1Ponce ig I, -t ventured to inquire if his host
whether the llalif': isi.'t a thing of x wti for anybody.
beauty and a joy forever, and one of ~,. repliedi the admiral; "I am
the modern wonders. w;tA ilng for the captain of the -."
The Enchantingly Pcturesque Ridgewoodl. itistatntly the duke took the hint,
Ridgewood avenue is upon the' cr.st of -alled fr i ltboat and made posthaste
a broad ridge, straight as the crow ilits, for hit owl i". lie nlone among the
and the wide-spreading biralhs if e cpt:ains of the fleet had turned up In
nmutlfti. f,'aretling oar irot knowing that
heavy-trunked live-oaks extend tht.ir li tliti.r wtis oiflicni:;l. On his return
giant arnms across this magniftit'nit vista, it t. 11 fl:gshiip int the quic-kest time on
forming an arch, and from these ex tenid- j record andl in full uniform the gallant
ed arms great festoous of Spanish mi("ss lult intlexible admiral was still pacing
sway as the trade winds fioru tropic seas; the tdeck nlid, delprecating his royal
fan them. Looking straight ahead dotr. hiihness' profuse apologies, conducted
this white shell stree-t ont has thlt il- him t, dinlner.-Iondon, Queen.
pression of a fairy path with et.llih dra- The Dwelling of the Void.
peries but as you move along and east There is still enough unexplored land
an eye first to the right and then to the inl the world to make a new continent
left you see distinguished cottget, hoxt.cs if lumped together. For Instance,
in the most delightful settings. thi te days' JJoruxey from Lon-
d ion toy modern express routes there is
Burpassing Beauty ot Our Cottage Homes. t coun the size of Ger-
a tract of aounttry the size of Ger-
No one of Daytona s attractions. r- many, France and Holland combined
haps commands nm.:e nearly un. -ali and as unknown as the Mountains of
attention and praise Btan dots tlt lis-' t. M I the .o. It occupies nearly the whole
tic cottage. The o\ s of tlhi -cti:a rml- of ceitr;al soutlthrn Arabia. This pleas-
I ilk-, district is known as the Dahkna,
ingvillas hail from every coritner of the ior this is kweltg of the Vod," and
country and they bring their own artlhi- co sists t weht i ord Sa libury once
plu.o'osi.ts oi what Lord Salisbury once
textural plans and l)uild upon thti n:tid i pia(litely referred to as "chiefly light
as the architecture of one section ,4 tlhe' soil" whIen he was speaking of the
country differs from the ttruoaitecturl- of Fretch-h possessions in Africa. It is a
another so (o our holime's dilrir iln out- iighity waste of sand, with not a sin-
ward apearun-e itlat struc'ta:l i.'auty gle river -s. far as can l.e Judged-in
from te aIlnutht'er. Tliitr- ate ttito !ii,ittio- nlx't' h;t Ih 4',.t(t) square miles. (om-
os rws i. 1 r i:red wit h (Iis but e s it 'i. d : Ic::tlnt ;ll fruitful tract. It defies
but the eye ,s it eps y, istt I the A rable and the camel.-West-
to a kaleidoscopic chanl!ige wliith keeps mhisier (,.z7tre." .
the mind wondering '"Wh\tAtt iuext':n"
A Puzzling Fly.
Streets and Pavements the M.nst and iHst.
StreetsandPavenentstheMstanlit. "A funLny thing occurred here one
Why the Architect of the ( 'ii-rc d:ay." s id :1 barber as he was putting
chose to give to Daytona tl ,I .u.t ud- iisi touches on a hair cut.
mirable, the moat picturcsile tatiral "A felhaw eame in to be shaved who
setting of all the cities of thi' South i.s ws s. .a n wh'tt u1nd11r the influence of
not revealed but that such is a fact inxt,xic'.anlts. Hle took hlis place in the
must he apparent to ti,,' I : S ulpericiaitl a-.hir. and all liroceeded well till I had
observer. With such la i-h Li wealth oaf tshavetd one side (,f his face, when he
natural beauty i; br(':onite 1i l esy tlSilig stlpl,'etl I14'.
for the land tof Ltu u I to gitc little ic |Hold aonl' lie cried. 'I want this
finlshii,; x touchles whh ici t lt\' aroughti lhi'il) $ sltl:lii ''d. '
out ti... colors Hi( tl ii ,)liilt"S a f thait Iig "I :askl'l 1!11n whallt was the matter,
; .. :|;iisl hI" rel'iidtl: 'There's a fly on my


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Notice of Appicatim for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chpter 4888, Laws
of FIorida.
Notier- ; h.erehy given that Otto R. Kirch-
off. purel::tser of Tax Certiflcate No. 140.
duattl1 thl. 3rdlday of June, A. ID., l ft, hiau
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Lot 3 A ..-ssor's sub division of Dupont
Gratut. c-.-tion :". Tow 16, Mouth Rangel. ;it
east. Ti- said land eling assessed at the
date of tlh.' Issuance of such certinfcate in
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sialL.] KAM''L. D. JORDAN,
Clerk t 'recut Court Volusta County, Fla.
By R. P. IIAMLsN, Deputy Olerk.
(First pub. Oct. 2 IO19U.
Administrator's Notice.
In County Judge's Courrt.
Volusia Coun:y. Florida,
n uthe matter of the estate of KIlaa M.
Vining, dl--cv.sed.
Notice i.L her.-ly given to all creditors,
legatees. tand all persons having any de-
mnands ag.laust the estate of Bllas M. Via-
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undersighed within the time prescribed by
lawor thit same will be bared.
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Dated-O-)rmond, Fla., Oct. lst. 1901.
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Notice to Non-Resident.
In the Circuit Court, Sev-
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Delayed
Though his complexion w pae
green, he managed to totter to the
deck on the third day after leavi-
port. There he met an ev speratinly
jovial and healthy looking fellow paI
aenger.
"GIlAd to ste you!" exclaimed the lat-
ter to the man with the green face.
"How is it that you haven't been on
deck I;ef;re this?'
"Well. yc; see," replied the other
"each time that I planned to get on
deck something kept coming up, so 1
had to postpone the trip."-New York
Times.
Frightened Into Insanity.
A once renowned French actress lost
her reason through a trifdlg occur
rence. She was visiting at an anienl
chateau In the vicinity of Menton
when a friend challenged her to pass
the night alone in an alleged haunted
chamber. She accepted the challenge.
During the night she called for aid.
and an attendant found her In a state
of pitiful fright through certain un-
canny sounds she had heard. Finally
she developed a nervous disorder.
which culminated in insanity. The
ghostly visitants were rats.


FISH CAUGHT, .CLEANED
AND CANNED.


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DELICIOUS TASTE OF A SALMON. FRESH FRM THIE
TO THE PAN, AND HOT FROM THE PAN TO THE TABLE
WILL UNut.RA tAND WHY PEOPLE WHO ONCE TASTE Ti
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lb rod mid G"zil f


S OF CANNED SALMON LKE ITI 1
PRAISE IT AND WILL TAKE HO O9
THESE FISH ARE ClrApww rw T
CANNED RIGHT WHERE THE -
CAUGHT. THEIR DELICATE FLg
NOT DESTROYED BY 4HANfl w, Qg
S ING OR SHIPPING, BUT IS SMALta
ke9d WITH THEM IN THE CAN AND
THERE UNTiL EATEM


"ROYAL SCARLET" SALMON
IS A REVELATION TO FISH LOVERS-YOU WILL FIND THE
ALL THAT IT COULD BE IF YOU CAUGHT THE FISH YOU
THE "ROYAL SCARLET" CLAM CHOWDER
AND FANCY LOBSTER
WILL BE FOUND TO POSSESS JUST THE FLAVOR THAT G0
CLAM CHOWDER AND FRESH LOBSTER OUGHT TO HAVE
^ FOR SALE BY /


L. LYMAN


SA. D. cBRIIDE J. B. CONRAD
S Presidet Vice-Pres.


F. N. COlm
cadhri


MERCHANTS BANK
(BRANCH OF VOLUSIA COUNTY BANK)
C.ipital Stock......................................... 50,000
irplus and Profits ................................... 55,165
Four ;:er cent interest paid on Savings accounts and Time Cer-
ti icates of Deposit. No notice required for withdrawals.

Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.






FLORIDA EAST-COAST RAILWAY


LOCAL TIME CARD No. 79.


No.36 MAIN LINE No. 75 No.82


No. 85 .29. A
DAILY .IILY I MAIN LINE
DAILY D IULY
4 00 pm 9 .;O am I.v .Jaeks,oivllie
5 %2 pmW l I ain -Lv .St.An11ist Iie
6 27 pm II am Lv..East taltka
8 01 pm I .2 pin Lv... Ornmoind....
8 14 pm it pm I.u .... lvi 8 55 pm 2 ;0 pin v.. NteW '-nvrna .I
1000 pm ; .5 lm fL i .''riill...
10 43 pm I 19 pm .v .......<(', n .
1047 pm I 3 pm Lv ...Ho.-kle-l:..
t1120 pm i 7 pnm .v I-.t:i ';;a:li.'
11 30 pm ,7 pin Lv .lih' -irral.
1 28 am ; b pIm lv t'. 'i.-r
3 48 am 'J 17 pin i.\ \'. Palm iini'arh
6 30am 1 ;0 pn A\r .. Miai .
700am ......... I... Mium; ..
8 20 am ......... .l.i i-r. i
10 4 am ......... l.ai..! K.. .
11 30 am .. r K. .
It 30 am ....... i.. :;


Corrected to Sept. I, sI


DAILY
-Ar 4 i

IA :1 !e 1'ifl
IA .31 join.
1.% I 2 10 1,1
IA 1 2 ..kpa
I L 12 ti pil
p a in


...........
.. .
I........ ...


No. 82 j
DAILY
8 30 am I
7 0I5 am
am9
&i
3 10 am;
2 27 am
I 4b am
1 II gi n
I 12 am
1 2I:; ani

1; fil I'm
5 'A) I In
4 t" 1:11 !
I 4 a46
1; '9 lt?1
IlA


Pullman Buffet Parlor ea
operated on trains 29 2ad be
tween Jacksonville nd Mi ~a

;'nllman Buffet Sgtepat b
I ween New York and Kxu400
Key over the Atlantie Coat IW
north of Jacksonvlloe Is aaib
oml trains 85 and 8.


MSundays. T, Oswa~ i: am I hwv:. .. l
fl'uegday:-, ThaxrdAuys andl-a rlit i~.etnr from xKey WesL
IMondays. 'dues.Ia'a ay, or.L IPha -arrivtitli a l 'icpartlire at Havna

P'At A I'KA BRANCH


SWoofs DesriVe Q

Fall Seed Catalog
now ready, gives the fullest
information about all
Seeds for the

Farm and Garden,

Grasses and C vers.
Vetches, Afalfa
Seed Wheat Oats.
Rye. Baiey, etc.
Ablo tells all bout

Vegetable & Flower Seeds
that c'tn be planted in the fal to
advantage and profit, and about
Hyacinths, Tulips and other
Flowering Bulbs, Vegetabe ald
Strawberry Plants, Poultry
Supplies and Fertilzers
i very Farmer and Gardener ahoald
have this catalog. It is invaluable in
its helpfulness and uggestive _Ideafor
a profitable and satlsdorr Frm or O
Garden. Catalogue mailed free o
request. Write for it
T. W. WOOD & S, O
Seedsmen. Richmond, Va.

LOW TIDES on the BEACH

SDayeof AUU. SEPT OCT.
i : Month
S ... 1 .. 2:41 ...... 1:53...... 2:41...
i 2 -:! S... .. .2 36 ... -.30 ..


3... ... 2.15....
4... .. 3:00...
5...-. 3:47...
6... 4:35...
7 5:25.


3:24-..... 4:21...
4:11... ... 5.16...
4:59...... 6:15...
5:53...... 7:20...
6:;-.3.. 8:25 ...


... S... .. 6:10...... 7:55...... 9:28...
... 9...'.. 7:18... ... 9:01... ...10:22...
...10....--. 8:19... ...10:04... ...11:10...
...11... ... 9:21 ......1101... ....11:31...
.....12......10:20......11:54... ...12:14...
...13... 1. 1:16... ...12:38... ...12:50....
...14... ..12:08... ... 1:18... ... 1:24...


Leave Eawst
Palatka
515am
6 1 am
9 30 a&ni
12 05 pm
4 10 pin
5 15 pm
6 35 piu


EA.-T PAL-ATKA TO
1'ALAT'K.X

.......No. Alt Iat;:0V ........
........ N. Ir. lh ,G:a ly.. ......
....... N Ihl l' ily ........
........ N i. i a.; l>iily .........
.........N. 10N )I 'ntilv......
....... No. li,->t il-Y
........ N,. 172 1 l i y ...........


I irive Itv
i Iat a i'i la


12


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I 2 am
2 5 a:n
7 -: .' m
p i) lin


PALATKA TORA61 |ArrivNUS
PALATKA j Paita
......XNo. 101 Daly...... 600am
.........No. 10 Daily....... 820am
........... o. 1 Daily...- U 45 am
..........No. 107 Daily.... 3 1 p
.........N 109 Daily...... 4 55 p
......... No. Ill Daly......... 616pm
.......No. 113 Daily...... 7 20 pa


SAN lATE0 BRANCH
L eEast EA'-I' 'AL.ATK'V ei VITI%(' KaI.tar5.cn --;A\- MATEO TO E KAS'T AruveR
Falatka "AN jI.' l0t) e MaNI4 PALATKA PAM"&
8 30 am ...........N,. I14:: 1,1i11V....... tTI to)... No" IM D il.......1 9-0an
320 pm .....i;...3 V 11M ....... x lDaily.........9; 4k am
SO. .13 N e Dailo. 52 -0, 5
No. 55 N. .. 0. .. S o. 5o
Dany S1114VY A PX RAC Sunday a5
On Daily I I
onl l
610pm I 0 0 PM 9 .V-AAM ..... ................ .. 730aM l. ........ .. 7 I30 Am 100PM S IB
6 Go n 2 toOM 110 27- Am A, .............I. L&h..... .-.~.. n ... ... 649WAn 121ispm 4 Son
6 67 M 2 47 P M 10 32! M .%r. .............. ... .... 643AN 1213PM 444PM
7 10PM *OPM 10i411M 4 .............. .. .............a. 6 3r0 t 1200N'n &30M
Kx.SadayOr a n'ge 1a BraC nch Sard IrMan
8 30 pm i .J it 1~ \ iO. I 4. TII 7 15 laii! ti :;U anm Lv..Titusville Ar. 10 9Spm
4 Th pm ... :.j am 3.'.... ; I ai 'I l7 Inmi3 9 30 am IAr...Sanford_..Lv.10 00 am
4 25 pm I1I _0 "III I-,.'. *'rin.:WI.-IL,:an t ? jall ex 7. 30
430pm 12 ja r,'.
Cons. ctioas madt, :0 Ks,.1.ts iss ',.a-0 I. S ', Co. for Key West and Havana. Cuba.
Ail"Trh~ TII-It TABI'. 121P ;h". r. .Ai wlab traih n IflM Ybe e'xpec-ted to arrive ot and depertromthse
Several aaion'az bou their .'rr" _.! ar .J-;, Ar7,a.- .1 the- limes baJ i.s nuorgAaarmaaeej now is this Co0e
go be hbld r"s&unsible for m% d.-I. .,r an* .a ns.rquesi arising thercirom.
FOR COpy O1 THE LOCAL IlF. 4L C UD) OR HIs INFORMA ION -.SEE THE TICKET AGENT'-
J. D. BAHNER, General 'assenger Agent ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA


IZ!A'nbo I r I II it31 3 9-a


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