The Daytona gazette=news

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The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title:
Ormond gazette=news
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Daytona gazette news
Portion of title:
Ormond gazette news
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Place of Publication:
Daytona Fla
Edward Fitzgerald
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October 20, 1906
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Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
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The Gazette-News of Daytona began publication in the 1890s and continued until January 26, 1901. On that date, it was succeeded by the Daytona Gazette-News, also known as the Ormond Gazette-News. This successor newspaper ceased publication in about 1922. Both papers covered news of traffic up and down the Florida coast. The St. Johns and Halifax River Railway, later renamed the Florida East Coast Railway, reached Daytona--present-day Daytona Beach--in 1886, a decade after the city had been incorporated. Daytona proved to be a new American city for the new American Century. With the railway’s arrival, Daytona’s proximity to the ocean made it a premier tourist destination. The history of racing in Daytona is also well documented, beginning with car races along the beach, followed by more organized races inland on oyster shell and later asphalt speedways. The newspapers also reported on the use of automobiles for stumping the state politically. Finally, researchers can find references to the activities of Florida transportation and tourism pioneer, Henry Flagler.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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Ceased in 1922?
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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f 'ii l: )kWt) J( I: i Wc1il' CRIMINAL\ COURT WAGNER I : ( TO RACE I II lutPff'';' i is tento-ti-u: : ,-'at | rie mirnrmtmu.nrn.iiriiRtinirnunnr.rnnnrtmmmlhrrnrnmmnrrnmtmrr t V J :-
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CONRAD GROCERY CO.jMicceror |:t AT (D E LAN D. i iIt i I IN I FLORIDA.I i! on I) here the let< "iinoiid f-r nil.a DaM"iii II 'u, I-MH: I I'a.t|p." h rl.llun- I| Miller=Strohm Co. I[

R R I I Po Po c. I Ii Walter t'Isifnnl-F.IrInho! struts the II

f. I" (: to E.<'1'. Conrad & Co.) X A Large Number of Cases Heard and i \\ inner tlf Vanderbilt Cup Raceill!! English: N.ij'UT (last }tar. and drove I Successors to

Disposed of.-Court Adjourned I: Drive a Uarraiij Car on the Or- umsiers'aaditiuurfor xxluih neitherhe I

; J I: Carry a Full and Complete : l'ntill'etonday.' I I mon.!- Daytona Bcah.I ;'yet nor which jis shut car were all chance re>i>ou5ible of victory and titi| PECK & FOSTER.

DeLand, Oct. 13-The criminal I Louis Wagner, winner of the
in the short
I. Line of Plain and FancyiOROCERIES i court of record convened here on I s.1tiunal'anJerbilt cup race n-I announcement evtntsNo has as
: yetwended
I in !I Groceries and Grain.
.t'ariIl be
Tuesday of last week and was ill seen January speeding it* way out of classic Boston

session until Friday. J. Hall I i over the famous OnnunJD.lI \-
what F. E i is
: as to Stanley going to
I Brumsey, the county solicitor who I I ton course, and striving with otherspeed do. =:
S'l lMr urrlMrrMrurrnrruurrrrkMrMrwrkrr trrr rrMrY m'Ymm!mH1-W1-NNHHi
was appointed to the office by l ov.Brovvard !. giants for the supremacy The
# Stanley !>steamer silent, faster:
has recovered from his This announcement Wanner was f
-.0- than the wind, and driven by plucky
spell of skkiiesa:: and was able to made to a reporter|' ".f the New York Fred Marriott, was the ear that came

FISHING TACKLE OF ALL KINDS. : attend lie celebrated the occasion Evening Telegram. Wagner will the 11t'31t'-t to taking the title of : 6' If you are in need of a

in to France, within the next ,
by securing several convictions rtturu
/ i I Speed I King from IVinogeot, I
I brings: r Square Meal at a Reasonable Price
l back in his liouiecountiy I
cases. A large was das once
Conrad I' lefeateil by only fractions fif a second
The Grocery Company gone through with, but with one exception will l begin preuratioiis| for I A :';tallll''ar may again ,do-1 I Oo tothCITY |

jI E. T Conrad<<1 A\:: CO'. old stand.School!. '"t the l'bt.St'I'C all IlIi"t4It'-1 the Honda! tournament, and willsiek I battle with. the ga-MiIiue cars I'
to fre-It laurels there.
meanors. < earn
Altogether the licalions are for

7 ?-l. c E31i 31F3YC'/EjIF31F3rC 31F31( 3 CA C3 C 7(3YiYC Y(. C Ci1 C The dmktt was bounded on Tuetv I He has annontuiiI that I lie will a tournament greater than ever and I[i 43: ()rang/' Avenue, Daytona
.. drive l at the Unnowli -
Stewart and the a new Harral"1
day by Judge case
the interot of autoists the world
I t : i
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I j Where to it.
!- against Gene Jackson, (colored I i Daytona() races though no statement over i is turning now to Florida and you are sure get

t charged with carrying concealed i i has been made as }et regarding its I!. famous Ormond-DaUoiia. I \ : 'ii

Shoes weapons, was tried, awl a verdict power. It was a Darracq in which ; GEO. N..NN. liATTK VS.

of guilty was returned by the jury. I he won Vanderbilt cup race and

i, Jackson was :sentenced to pay a tine ''it was a 1)arrac1I ) in which Victor DREDGE BOAT + .* + !

i' Dciuogeot, la t winter smashed all -. -, ----- -
in of $1UO I or serve ninety davs. ::
: variety
great .
previous' sjieed records:: by driving WIMBEE, BURNED.A U, iii"ii. iii"ii..ii"'i. ni .' '""''''' iinViiViiVriWfiiVi' Wi-liJiw ,NiiiJR'riflW..iJ.Ji."
Pleas of guilty were entered in
two miles in Its.- titan one minute E
at The Globe. the follow ing cases: l.u/ie Nicker- i(
and winning the .Times1'nionItNNI :: President Cubkr
+ bon, assault, fined 1 cent and costs;
I' 1< | trophy and the title of A Serious Blow to Coast Line Canal

: We have receN + Isaac battery Taylor, -l and to costs an; Isaac assault Taylor and, ': "Speed King of the WorM" and Transportation Company. ) MERCHANTS BANK

I + j Deniogeot has:: taken Waguer in .'layot: be Rebuilt. :: iBrtnck .Iu.'o l County Bank) t
1 : carryiugcvneealed >ons, : 1"O
t 'i y' ved ourYouth's weaj 1 i charge and nut only I coached him | Capital Stock...| 50.00J
and costs, or six months .\. X. Miller I Fire destroyed the dredge boat i
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for Vanderbilt cup race, but will) | Pers-mal Liability. .. ...... 100,000
and .\doll'heushlam8.; illegal Wimln-e early Saturday morning of
{ prepare him for the ( IrmonJ.H..1)- '; TraiwacU 0 General Banking Business. j jI I
fishing, $-III> and coat last week and the crew barely es>-

: and Boys' Fall Clothing : On Wednesday the case of J. 1':. Ii tuna to tournament.the event, and This means:: ,lends:that interest ifmeril'a. :' oajtdith l their lives, having 110 5 per> cent. I Interest Compounded Quarterly Paid on 1

: Hitch assault and tried time 4o save any of their jnrsonallielongings.
I battery" was i Savings Accounts.
: .\ Kngland l Italy hojies tl.lj :
4 amhvouid be to show them to I by a jury, and defendant acquitted capture of the big prizes, they !
pleased j any Buses for )ten'
The against Sitar E. Morris, It is believer l the fire originated Safety Drpobit "
case : I Ii
I selling whiskey was also. tried and I i, must take them from an exwrietioedI | i in the galley from the cook stove, 'i iI "'/.r," !.1.. "',UIIWI/MIIYII................. _! A,'VAW''',1'''?1111?!//'''',,,''''''''_' _''''' 1
Prices I Frendi driver, driving of thefamous
II always right. one
you. : defendant acquitted La ml is A Fish I and that it boniest! while the crew
: Darracq}) cars, the car that
defending. This case has been on I was asleep, being discoxetl just in **************************A**.*****.**........a****It
THE GLOBE i the docket fur utmost a year, and a !! has jet to find its E>ur 'nor. time to give the men a chance to .*. w 4 I

: : Another car pnjnii- for Ue Or- jump Oerboord.I' .
conviction was secured at a former : GEO. P. JOHNSON : q
I I l1loIlJ-Ha\tuna tournament i is a new Frank Strkkland, wlio had been
trial, but as the defendant was not I'
I ': J! machine:more or less of a freak, on.llie early watch, rt-tind alxmt 1 l'uclue
116 South Beach arraigned, and did not enter a plea ,
that is now being built in Newi CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER 3s
tL-- : t a new trial was ordered. .\t the 1 / : k, and tins bt'\'f.u.I wattle xxasI ,
J i York by little FranoH: llichart. I I :i ri" trkkI I *
. . close of the case Judge Stewait to go jn duty at -

'.............................. ................ ..... I, an affidavit of J.V.. HUlk-r.preHciited l UK: -hart i is merely a mechanical engineer I. land tray suffering from tontliaclte, I' << U.\"''TUNA BliACH. FLORIDA. It.: ..J.i i

and autoitiobil constructor, he about I 'dtlt.,,, and before << It ,
of Seabree/e, in wh'uh he otatt'tl l ;t got up
:'and came into prominence when be I larked l the : Kstiniatt'N Funiislu-d on / hurt Notice. *
that he, Butler and Urumscy, the again retiring over I It
i. Curiosity is Not Always a Sin. county Nolu-itor, had drank together,. built the famous twtlve-cjUnder, dredge, and found exerjthinp in I : : li
2!:*.tt-horaclmwerVanderbilt car. Tbe '! nnl ler. He this toi << It l
in Morris'plaie, and that he had g' t r reported : : All work done in first-class
I a strictly manner. 1 ii iiII
Vanderbilt nin
I paid fur it in I5rum.->ey's prest' 'mt?. car never "got-a. I! l'aptain{ Fwd Dupont, xxho was in !' It',

1 It will pay you to investigate This atlidavit was tiled as a part of I but Hit-hart: says his new rarer* willspring charge of the drudge, Itetxveen 2 <.<.......................... ......********.**.******NI It'Ii I

.> the rctx>rds of the court, Other eideiue I a surprise on some! of the I and .\ n'elivk Captain Duniit) | xxasaxakene : i II
of 1 dfixers I of letter known ('aN.I : and a something t
: the prices quality our was presented that Irumsev? ............... ........... ..........................
had aci-epttil I drinks from :Morrislime f| The new car is Known a.r the turbine -,' was: xxmng.} and on opening : "

i GROCERIES # # ho was ajiK>inte\l solicitorISrumscy automobile. The engine willweight his eyes tit>til'\'ll bright glare, He ] Bond Lumber Company i\ \ i

also admitted this but but llO pounds as against I oiH'ned( teas door of his room and UasJconfronted : I

!' We can save you considerable stated Morris had never IHIII paid its Iaa! 1 pound weight of Che ordinary by (Haute and a xulmne MANLKACTIHEKS OP i

for tin'nt. He also stated that he engine le\eloping the same of items smoke He grahU'd a |pall' ROUGH AND DRESSED
UK'hart claim. his enginewill lof shoes and rushed, foam the room Z PINE AND! CYPRESS LUMBER -..t'.t'
r $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ hal l accepted :*1.> from Morris after lien+er. !
he was :ipH| >inttd, and statctl that etevrlsitoil\ revolutkrttti. |tier I arouviug every meuiliervf tbe crew !

the was a fee for the organi.ition minute SUM! will give his car I.Tlhor ; I land the men tumbled out of I bed I II Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime i
money i .
i s."r. CARROLL I I(,; /. of a gun and ti"llIl.luL." eMKver without" pushing it Inextrmures. with thecontiagratioii raging around and (Vmeiit 1 1 in ti tUl'l+,. Office tuua.r and and Nut Avrou CeH/
sS them. Smie of them had I time tosecure
I He admitted that tll..lul.l.\.1: neverbeen I I I :Mil s KondMIII.: Atiantlcl'oatLioeRr.Iaemllu.soutbofJ.ek.onvllIe.l
IIr/-anil.l..l/ ; l, and that: he still had lie IN reported l U> he I ,tmn
.1 The North Beach st. Grocer. the money This t.'itlt'lu'U:1'4 swift** and Mays thisar will not, i then were forced( to leap into the i Phone 83 R. J. MALBY Manager.
did the Vanderbilt l I waters of the carat to the
end "rwer: lamaN ,
d 19. | introduced) J by Judge Stewait to :w'ivrtiiii a* : ..NN..NNN: ........... ...............
: 'l't.It'phnne. a reason if ssible, why the in vain attempts' to get sUrttil fiery an r. Tftt..rel"J no tune !'! "

: ................................................. had IK-CU earned|1I. on the dockets ; Another. racer: already assure fur even to get their valuables) and they :; - -- --
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: long/ and dually when it was the Ortnoiid (Kit<>nu internationalevent bet their money with other (uTMnaleffects McClellan Ql Edwards

? I! tried, the !'oIli.tur surly had tbn-c is' the 1 1"Jliltlt"r.: L'OOhorseN j

t JYliO'.r yoorJor ,. Wit I t lien sfb.: | .&);\\(-tlrist-oe racer, a new The dredge Wimliee was at woik I' Manufacturer of
the. north l'tIll"f the canal
on some
: The perjury case against Itni* racer original} intemled! 1 to o>'m-te| !
miles south of St Aucustitte Window and Door Frames,
thirty I
,; Mitihell I a case that originated for a tolarout| the American team in
It cost .>:'4i,"i )u.* and its loss! at this
the Vanderbilt
!S [H t ract
proportioned like during tie, August !t'rn1ltm cup Window and Door Screens.
Most men are
This hast at .leant big advantage time will be keenly felt as the last
Wright, Jr was acting wtln-iUHr, I:,, ear <>ne
one of these. Those! who are was tried Thursdiy morning, and over the high vw"l'eIlan l cut is nearly completed, and die iikmial .'oluuiiii, .l'..r' li <'oiuiiiun sill cii- ur ot>h-t! Hrtu.k-

discriminating know that the ; the jury turned a \erdiitofguilty.I1 dcrlnnlt car of last year, in that it canal officials had hoped to open the eta, Halur-t-rc, Hand I Bunt NcMrl fur Muir\ or 1'utrtiVoik,

I I I1 Wright .\ Wright c(IO.lul'l..J the HOVS and goes fast It has never : waterway this )'t'ar. The dredgtns Minion Furmtur of any kind l made to under, l1 an"vt-

clothier who claims to fit everybody Il'n I ? 'uti"II. lih'Lt'11:1... laterira' been pushed, but autoiitobiliats .have I working at opposite etllipre bet tw., Stands< TaUlMi.: '.. Turint, and N; .roll :St\i ,K.We .

. in tilt' tate been speculating considerably onwh. i three-<|uarters of a mile apart, ami
\ is taking a long chance. I klll't..1 l tllllllet'.ar 111.A ,
i new inform ition was tiled, ..t it could do if the. driver were i this strip! would have soon IM.*B cat are niak'ng a strictly high-grade

( And the unfortunate thing about .. against Mills Moore, clurging, bun given aa "pN| ,rtunity of letting it i iI I through. As it M now, no estimate Moulding for interior use.
.. SolicitorItrumscv out ''can he given of the probable lengthof
II t No 2 with deitioii fraud I, and
'-r> a r (*.-, 1 him is that he can sell to goodY I With these three time it will take to cumpfeto this
W r a.t = umtcnded that Judge can positively
.r h a..eI I : I Our work .i N all made from the l>e.:>t Selected Stock
:; the tbe in- entered, the pp-mise of ionic r.Ushort ; I.t. Souse of the machinery of the
season Stewart; disqualified as
dressers only during : was
'.r. ;i formation charged an olfrtis growing | oo the Kant 1' thin winter, I Wimbce will be saved but it will \\itlitlioolijirt of giving .ati -radiul1. Ask: for what

I- : that his stock of clothing is in 1 out of the same transaction asI January :!!-lit. i in already atsured take' at least' six months to rebuild you inaj want

[2t that Judge Skilor was and in addition to tliese, others have ;'' the dredge, if the company decides t
style. I i the cases I i
rI I sent here to try. Also that the infuriation already stated' that. unless uaforI to do so.' On the other hand the Estimates Cheerfully Furnished.
other the South (
t Carolina
I dredge
stock on hand tot was filed when Judge'Shay'lor Men events interfere they will be
i We have no I I I will IKS unable) finish the work ,
of. We want to make I was siding Judge Stewart liD hand. Aiming them may tie sine for six or eight months 'I'heWimbee Look for the sign on North. Hillgt'WOOll't.lItlt". .
I get rid refused to suggest his own disqualification j mentioned the following: I' was insured but for only a

l up-expressly for you-a suit and Hrunisoy protested I VIDAMKO l Lucia, is recogni/.ed I fraction of her coat. Phone I 12:3.: H.\ \'TO'x.FLA. .

:* the most daring and dlaBl -bkiDg
f J5& No.4 and I appealed to the circuit court. I
.6 ,?1atla d ... 'CSM.TW of clothes having character, !I This will be I Beard by Judge Jonesabout I' driver of all. lie will hare another 1; l.0st tight: Ihou"anJ !tK/llars. -- -- ----

Lu"B"" dutinctivcneu and style that the lit: t& I I jl.iij I IKt-hor-rt-power' Fiat: on the ; E. IHIlpt'8, f I)-Land, who .,!,!.., v !'!"t'! li JJ9 !.J!' .' /' t-vs-vs-t iDAYTOl rev '

The cases against Emory IJald- course and will be heavily "backed sued Judge I ISSM: .\. Stewart f fr I r l 'I'hone j !

will fit. I j I turbing awn and religious others, charge worship! with was also div by Messrs. Hollander Tangeuuui, t IIIIU' fur daiuagw. has i 1-st ins ;) NOVELTy IRKS 70L ,,

be-'nccorxling to rejiorts.Walter j eighty thousand. Judge .J..IIl..1| .
invite to tried and only developed' a row I
We most cordially you : tvveen the preacher and the congregation. I ('bri3tiewill again btoD last week, struck out ISupeV deehsrit DII.UMitlAM.: Proprietor ;

1 inspect the Spring and Summer Judge Stewart directed a hand with las Christie"' He : 'n out not worthy of euD-tiderail"ni FIRST STbttTtk FkLKiHTM lIll'OT ;

--r 1 verdict of acquittal 1 now lias the car in good working i and thus this famous; east is at ..inj E\': \\11 L\tI.( > Frrl l II'IHH t >K "1.\\1\1.. S\\\I\I: ; tt&11 'y ..
:. 1 DOG line of fabrics now on ;i State Yarn and two other negroes : order! and expects to had some of j t."I1l. Of course Judge :Mwart; ftt.I Isi :-.\\\ : 111 I I ItNKIioUk lit Ml KM! \\IMHi\\ .\", HMlItHMIN '; '
and ,
cunvuted of lighting, sentenced I
' 'i were the big; prices at the international i happy over the fact that he will not y s' \:0: display. forty-five days
1 'I to serve y : Rake: .. I'.KAI I-.ETS! "l.oI.: | I u.l| MNS: :' with I'la.u s
,: f.A. ..:. Ii Will Heed: 1 was convicted of assaulting tournament.i t I have to go down in his pocket fr I or 'urv....t l I upil..t... \t.. \Ukv for ItOT Mol.LMNOA.via (;
.. Local R.prenUll i : white man named ('lif- dctiniteanu tIs thousand. .
:-. Exiluiux a i lievi. 'nd these drivers no '- eighty ; >" I'.rulit and' Kilbrr I.'... or r TprrfsNo i
li Na.. & Company and lined lo or sixty .lavs I
, t.SI't...._. oo.yI..a.... t.l. B0e4 Ed. V. Price I ton until Monday : 111.\111'111 Li- I'I'I'I ueuI'.i-. .\> I, I ; Advaac ta Price, although material la. goae .p from 4U to
, next :
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.... !a '" Court adjourned I
'. ....wee II -... Utrc\ant: ra eloret Clucap [ when the Mills I Moore case will) and it i I'" !uurcl. a uatt''s >'"'I i -.I. ''uavvUal S I 11Iggcl I "Lei i Ijeuei ;i" iv? at t:"-1 i 80 par c..t. Wo Screen year honte and (.ara>tee the At.R I

be taken lvn cuncerung tiic\, aid l.. tJ.1 tuna Bkery It sNNHuliu uiwuwvauuryluwitYiwiwuiua as4wsuwwwauwawari.
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R. L. SMITH, Agent, Daytona,

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DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS I t tPtBUSHED "The Dutch msn's Ghost." j SO.\\E( 1 RECENT 1 DR. HOUGHTON I'! :. . . .. . . M .;. 'j'jDE i

EVERY SATURDAYT. I The name sounds poky' but 'B ingham&MaleyCo. TIST. _,:_ Low Tide o. the Blau,, a 9

nevertheless' the UDutchman'sGbost" REALTY DEALS DAn ,A. ... P. MOct. DAn ,,Aoj.r L ?
E. FiTZGERALD Editor I a three-act c("'medy. to be presenterby Hiffh Grade Comforts, Office: Suite 4, Opera House Block. : - _

KRR --C-i;ir' i 12 1 I. ,
the Halifax Ri3cs Thesday, November j I 1I
Blankets.] Spreads. etc. also Phone 32. !Ii IlTlSSSi t
THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY II : :;th promises to equal l any of i I Extracted From the Books of Record : .i M" .r taa r s 1{
them. The members of the Rides i j Sheets and Pillow Case Dr Hiintthton. awar, vacation, hi* : "' M :'' i= = a >a

v INCORPORATED who are to take part in the play are 'j For'oIU5 a County.-Few office, f will be> dod. until his return, latptcinlr. ... : ,I. M M !:!:; J n:' ': g M :

r ;i devoting their time to careful preparation Transfers. >- -- a-, 4 41 i a M- u, a tsl t &I .
r-: a -
the Poato Florida Second Class Matter ; under the direction ol r -- : N w 19u' : u .. 50 a :
Entered at ice at Daytona as j jSubscription Dt' Ifi1
DELANO 17. The '
I' IhL following t s :vac A. !Stewart Egford BlSTEWART W I... 7 IS 401i s '
Capt. J. D. C. Mrrri.. and when ti -- ,transfers of in and ,ut : ; 1 1* + asu Aa
property at:" i : : :-1; ; It
comedy i is ptatd un the boaris it. j l have been reoordeu the & ELY, I M 14 t" a. w" = ;; :
$ 1.:) Per Year in Advance. ;, aytoaa: in : ff i *' : {;
will no doubt be well patronized dice of the Clerk of the l'. ;' :ut t LAWYERS !: :: ::: :; ; Ilan .1 Bl I.1 !

SATURDAY, OCTOBER ZOo 1906. t .ort IVLand, recently'
Time to Pay License Te%. Edwam W. Arandra to .\. B Tzit10. 7 Otfi.-e in Bank Building. DtLAND.: FLA ,, : ei audeteosnb.ronoratterroalp-- t

'. r xraaJKer Bran*b 'ink", 'rFVtoffk V.\tTfJ .' .. . *
The law all lot I 14 hbK '. Molr-** < . . .* ,
DEMOCRATIC TICKET. was surely 1 the hottest fire !ales! ever' repurt"S occupation Tarrw i.. Ht dn. k.t-' Iran" II '
I license i taws tv be paid by the tint
had in the !stove and jat> about that anti C'arJte L. U'st"r !J."""*> :,* n : I NN NN

time remembered: tfc ? fat. anf -.-uth .S'> feet .* ea.-t 11ft ', dt' I .,lt

NATIONAL.Fo the si<'te d<.ir. when tint ri, axrt .1DY delinquents. All peraoB* "t h>t 1 bhu-k n. Ij. d;;maa'e Da yt"rn.t."h I 1ttlt 1 >, THE iPii Ric'KS" MPAF

tt Mea.b cf Congress, .hid D'.i trot. aurst out. die i-allt! to Mr. Ba:- traasaotinz, business covered by the ri H. Brush t.. Jamf B. Bun U. The EMMERICH": : Pillows are f.", S I

: CLARK. fett to puJl the pan out and throwit law are liable fora State and County 5230. lot 4 Wock. 10. B. .t. ?.. Ctrabrwzt.: .c.h! pure, clean ..::d odorless feat:: :rcsough

FRANK out cf the window, but he didn'ttare j license and the ordmasces of the I James E. Rush to )I%'!!. J. \'. hot'DU-- : feathers are used to properly file .. -- _._ ..

to do anything so t'a5Ht' City of Daytona likewise require alicense. ktr ***>. w 30 feet of e 4 0 feet fUocka : ticklacorer.: A pillow sot paper::

s natched up the blazing pan."waltzed | A aDd F, Hrtrci&aa 3, Daytaca. j j! race or filled: cassot give sat: f j.c: :;..u i Dry Goods, House Furnishings, Ladies'

STATE. dear across: the nxm through acpen All pelves: in the city owning Heat F. Cadton to Mary E. H=rt, I j ]Every pair cf "EMMERICH" P-.Licws: ;= ,

r Court '.( doorway and acnn's tie bark d s ate liable to a tine f,r failioc 3T5. lute 37$. 3;; and 37s, biuck 25. sweet" and pure and is guaranteed !.; ; : and Children's Shoes Trunks Etc.

of the
For Jutk9 Supren. ,
the ,
befire he threw it
porch into
the uf the :1bometi""k"J ,
tot some. Aay n
: Andrews New
mvrn.L: j jJamr g ve ent -r a.ificti.c.: L.T cior.ty rc-
CHARLES yard. And u w Mi Ba.vit this.k' : licet ts may be paid tu W. Bell tu A. O. W inn. 25.: lot' | :i largest Stock Best Assortment Lowest Prices
hat each a small sating m d>m -ti<- H. F. I the -----
1 Captain >>ugla9 at City 1. block 1. ,udca: Ormond. fuaded.f. I.
For 5tle Railroad; Coc..iriocets.NEWTON : ; i is hardly worta tl.e risk of | :; -- .
e-x/ocmy : HdL George A. Brown to Howard Y. 5tiU- E. FITZGERALD - -
A. BLITCH, ,'ich: a; exciting cha10) scal R. HUDSON BUP.R.r 'jf hi* scvmGed Dngen man, 1.1. I, ATTORNEY AT LAW :. St. Magnolia Ave., Daytona. ; ;

New Auto Transit Company. Daytoea.Wm.. VehrmstoB. to Howard Y. sullman. DA\TO'A, 'FLORIDA ,: ........ .. . . . . ....... . . . . .

The Da t< .n3 Auto Transit Company *50). south j kit :: Blake. Associate: with -- ---

cot :,TY. DajUea tiearh.. G:t. Id -:Tie | Live purchased: the Pet pherproft'rt Ella E. Refcerca Jobnsoc. LA.NDIS: & FISH

For suit S*tat.:.r, 2 th SrLiUrul Db- .0.. crAal.cir wri .1. I"t"ju'.r -esi+;, II .. "n 'range :avenue and *40. lot 13 block 1. Ella E. CoHnaa's Deljina. Florida A FINE MOT FOB SALE !II

trict.TRASK I,>n-L y rVfiiiui Afu-r the iiutMdntiun still open an nut motile repair shop, -ub. of l I..t !>> 1>l--k 3. C'.hrman' I lyH ;>t 1-'iaJ] fiu-iht- for fiaaiiiuiiii laBot titk*

J W. SAM of bid* nupie on the rk tc and garage t,''nil. a I Ottee in sbaak" tiik >K Paon-124.

: x done' n fine sfrn-t. tlw "r .ntra< 1.a l Theb.rne secured 1 two busses for tt:" M \-.hie .". Amarida M. TM- -_ .- -- I A fine residence; on the peninsula New
For M itt r! House cf RepretatativD. urr'o':.! J. P. Brow nine, f. i ,the service from Ifeytona to Seabrteze n-r. j=!.'). !'t ;333: r-;. k '!'V AHOLLY !Uat B Wrtglit .<*> B. Wrtght.Jr | property opposite Smyrna

JOHN D. F. MORRISON.B. PARKINSON.Fcr Le ram of -J3.i3u. The work wit | and Daytona Beach and will Nr. Sn.r rd i WRIGHT & WRIGHT : Horse of fourteen or more rooms on beautiful knoll facing on Xcrth Indian -

4 nut week. Xo further bosi |nm them on regular ,'he>Juk. A-
auk CrCo of Record : River. Magnificent: view of surrounding country and ocean from
/ nrss importance came up s' >on as the road ie i .mpleteii frtrrile \ttorney-at-: La\\".

s GEO. W BRISTOL i A citizm's meeting was held at i South Bride Daytona Beat'h HILL. upper story. Beautiful shade tires about the house. Abundant of good

Fcr County .\5.-s.v>' f Taxes the town hall last night; for the pur.I |p'1J' CG ffice, they will run via South Office in Telegraph office, IJEL.\! D. I

it S. B. WILSON. I I rise of di,cussin, ;: the ivinability |Bridge t. > Bea.:h. Seaside KKR water Substantial dock on river' front.

Y# For Tax Collector I I.f i bonding; the town f* .r street improvemeat ]Inn. The Claren-2'l' n. C l-fluades.. S. H. GOVE
I A large gathering of i i H. Wiiitiasuu. '"f Hawks Park J Best of Fishing Oysters Clams Etc.
i D. P. SMITH. .Il"\ street. Central BriI J;r. Beao.breet. ,
For County Trtasanr I the representative jople were pKf returning tc the City Hall- has purvkaced the Callaway proper .1welTbtT. aftlLlrtR 4>D "'0>TH.%'TOHK '

i ent. Mayor Johnson called "the the river' front and will be .. About three acres of land with bouse. Suitable for resident
J. J. VINZANf. cue bas ruQiuog each "ajr? As so n i ty on t>*} D.e and office. nortirttet corner ofRkJi private e.

For County Superiucdetl Public In- meeting the order. and invited' general f a3 business picks up they will put t come a resident of Holly Hill. -wtx"i and V.jinoia 3n'DUl"fI.: Sanitarium or hotel purpose.

rtructicu dim u =icn When put to a vote. on one <.'1' two car to I'1AAo'er thtreets e Samuel i
A. O. BOTTS. the project f kmdicg; the town forth s of Da "tOD&'in.; nffi- visiting with Slaughter Mr. Hariio.and family his broth-are PI\ oar "'.*. bavtona, Florida If interested write for particular, prices aad terms.

For County C"cmi"., ;"r.e rDutrict + purpose aforesaid was: unanimously tar street car service at a ti\"e'Dt' er-in-law.
:I No. 1-R. V. bROOKE. favored. The council will rate. They will also have tun ring D. D. AND C. M. ROGERS
Alfred Heath returned from Narrazvnsett
it DistrictDtetriet No. 2- call aa election at the earliest possible : i- ,cars for charter. pier last week. CIML ENGINEERS= : We can Rent your House for You

No. 3-W. H.McBRIDE. date: to decide the i,.-ue. The company will give the best Mr. and Mrs F. H Bode return t .

t District No. +-E. L. POTTER J. C. Butler trana.ned two "alesthe s-r\ ice this tecti n has ever had and: e-1 .'rida.13 the Clyde Line DAYTON and this -ear-on if you will *end us a descrij tk>n at once. We haTe more than
steam- Iatb _
District No. -THOs.. J. MURRAY early part of the week. by which will rna to J.please the gn-lAtrttt num 4.'cmanrhP. MIAMI. FLA.
I J. J. lots and 9. er fifty ii.juiri) < already from all over the United States.
bihvp acquired: The
ber. is barkedby
For Members: Bv rd Putlie Instruction new con pan v H f.ntfJo. assistant; agricultural
I block 1" brush and Stewart a3dli- FJmer E. < liver and Or. W. E. Davtona UtEce: Estahlisle-1 I.13.
District No. 1- : ist Departoient of Agrk-altare. Fill nut the following description and mail to us today: iTHE
I lion cf Chas. i II! Brush and HoraceF.
1 DUtrict No. 2-.\. B. PREVATT. I French. Washington was a Holly Hill visitor -
i, District No. 3-GEu F CROUCH. Stewart. Un the ""t'\c> i
J .uiht cf Ernest Mills
a City Hotel Arrivals!' Andrew Bradshaw lie returned! :
Physician Surgeon
lot ls4G ft'tt.on Live Oak Real EstateStarance Co
.......................... ]I' street from Jacksonville. after fi/endinc Daytona
s 'jnsi'leratiun for the Oct ale! wa<> The f'-Ilowing (panics: registeredat i
I aUvUUuB to 1 ln
t two weeks in hospital. He is tpeclr: i --a.rt tb.-
SEABREEZE and f1"; and for the second 1 Uoi..tacker the H- tel l f. the week ending .
: : City -r doing, ni. rly EYE. EAR. THROAT :and Nt II iS F. ['AYTi-XA' FLORIDA

'f : : jn Mculluugh was in town' Ot, her 1 7J u.6bor.1 i will meet n-xt !Ifw} aid r..ld..n.....: "o. :' I Madnutli..fUrf r
fi ;, yesterday u .< rvising:; the foundation ....
: :
: DAYTONA BEACH : t(,rk '.'!! his (brick store. :Mr. McL'ullouih J .F A EnfJ..w.: Fl.ri'la: W. k;. Sunday at :'. p. m. :at the lame) of Ck Pili. 'tt Y"'ill'JI'? 'at-n e ;i-iit!-iiifii Please list my house 1 f-r rent fr the seasrn from I
Revels. J.V.. F. W..tiwnIltt.toD'awe! and iu
I Ii' t Hightf.wer.; fieorpu .
there will be
.......................... I say* : MIr M. It'rai C. Christianey. F. terest is i incivasing.i. i .
j".uis in th.e.nd story, which Fred E. RanKin, N.i .-iiiher to May at for the season, for I
Geatirr. .f. R. Hire E. 1 L 'Ija! itras of for this drpartuienr
Seabreeze, Oct 19- -Mrs If.i S I e i.
will be fitted for offices.
i | C K L.ring.; W. H Hulwy. W. L.j may''be left at the pnntnf&Ve late rr Hxpcrt Accountant, Books Opened hicfc it i is IIadff'1on4 that yen aw to W paid 5 lie cent eonsmission -
Morrison is over' hem Lake Helen Considerable improvecce&t is be-
visiting with friends anJ gettin I inc made in the White House and j k.,bidere. < .. W. Brrmn. H. Ander- than Wedaeadsty eveaia0 Closed or .\JjustN.Ru" i|r oa the whole amoMit.Xoi I I
h I
L P. E.: E. Crimes L. B.[
sun. Cos -----
.. and "
\nne A laundry
I ) servantsquarters ., '. J.i.'ksoinillr Fl. ridaitrlereisie
her cottage ready for winter rtnting;:: Yerke. Jacksonville. J A. Bonn : .
I is ring ct-nstructed i. :\ II & of EIiorit- . .. .... .
Mrs. M. J. Murpby. children: d of the tow Palatka C. L. I Mini. New w\"raa. :. 1 K. HuM-ar-i Jr t'rt a
ant I the rear building, a nr The f.,11owUI8 Clerks aiidf Iiiercu, r
t father. Mr. Hazel who Lave n front and rear porch on the iris 1 [ C. P. w inetAt. Richmond 'WmI .r tne hH.t&t" rk..tI"'D dL.tnt'f" '!-aIld: and..-u+T Ital.I..1, (..Jwkx-aviil. awl ..tb., .......pMipn-'ttaUat L No. of roooM oe irt hoar .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .
spending the summer here in her !! building, two new water tanks andnuiurrcus I Lamb. 'range City: J. W. Cunning!- f..r oiusta C"IUtFI..nda., are hereby
other ham Miss.: F. M'Plank.. Cbatta-! jj.p'.uit'-d by the !bo. ni <>l I'ouiiTy ComiMSM -- Xo. of rooms on t*aotlt if.r...... ... ... . Bath . ;
pleasant home on 1.lct'an Boulevard, I improvements we renrlita; A. L. F..wW.. flak Hill. Wf *>b r1<- ft\f aithr <-ral/Eee-- I Itaytuna' l'reni:; and !

i '! return to Palatka today to the regret noted. W..lff.fkala: J. S. S-hle iiitfiT. titm. T.. b hM Novnjbf-r. *. U w. and Water . . ... .. ... .. .... ..Lights !
of their friend. Mr. and Mrs.I W. W. Brown -' f the -fc-rk'd in ir* *iXth* list Cleaning E-otaLIi"hull'ut.:
many B. *" C P. Gmda. .F. Chamber .
Henry Russell arrived Tuesday1; t Washington D C., are guests 01 Baltim. John Cramer. W. AStringfell'.w. tLtl.rl attuustistrtt.. Prw-UiCtS-:- NeMS.. 'LNJ*w awl ....iill lutbr. Iraurd. pi-.... Where I.
from Monteagle, Tenn., for the u,- I the Seaside Inn. They .re goy-d l li ; rr. l>. Laii'i. R. T. (Car-i J-hl II Pa.inflT. '"Z in. Padfett J. C.Krul :. ...1 aa
1 i ual winter sojourn in Seabreeze. j i patroba of the pier having: landed '. Miss Russell and sister Mrs. Bake ] -.rne hoe bass during their stay. .I le. W. L Hanc..*. F. W, }Bo> l-. Or :\.J.u\ Ile: LYONS ,

\I. and servants are exwcteJ to arrive I j Mr iHinnd and wife. of Loui Savannah. P A. ilia heal. 1'\: Pr-.-.L't V2 -I';; I.:_ _. b :'t.. ba} tune. FiJi /\ . . ... . . ..... .-.. \
I ; rills have 1ea. c,1 Mutt. .J. H Allen. K .J. Stn-k New <;i. Wanu: ,.-Il. I.t-r" Hard -ii. tr...J
; I about the -oth ia-t.. j' Ky one '.wi the; T-'rk. R. M. Bryant, Virginia L H[ C. 'irafiain.. ih-ii-t' r", nand Ii I>. .t...NN.NNN.N....... .. .
Miss Russell and Mrs Baker are j blew cottage Moore. ( Stewart W .
in Marrietta, Ga with, ojuiinff season, and are now in m t \.i .
now pus-
: friends and ( sesKn. L )I'ltleAtl.wta .F A. Hum. Wmr i. E. T. Grog ;..0. r r.of J. L. N.' *. : PAREJuices : Very truly yours. i ii !

;f' relatives. ; 11 Zuber. epljiiK.:. W :.N-humaii. St. L'liis, .,j.., In.1Jt'.f"r- .I::': \ H Hut-1 ,: .. !i.Pr i. .
C editor of .
t I Mrs. H. J. Ricrd and children of j sporting f.1 Irk. .
t Mandarin are visiting with Jr.k Cincinnati :iUr.:: arrived yesterday >"Irl" N. 4

and Mrs. Sidney Haich IJT a couple I afternoon and i U pleasantly located H. F i.Inrn.: (IC :... I BxvW -" *- ,:. I I

of weeks.: i j jMrs. i with his family at the Sea Gull c>>&- Port Orange. J"ii 3...,Br Ck-rn.,,,i -rik h.I..f.| r.f...! f :".- fruit i iClapp's i

L. Alice Gudsmark left fur Or- !j tam a ProIIwr >'.. 3. .
f lando the early part of the week toi{ )Jr. and Mrs. J. B. nDCh'ae w P. M. Hiiotir*. J. W M-Brid: .. P .- .. .
test some cf the ambitions of that se\en-rocm cottage on Grandvie P' r' >rang; t 1 J" Work on fUh,.. In"'fwtjr." ..:.d W H. H... f ':TK : 'tr.j a: :. ESTATE
i U nearing and Pr -iL'.t X. t,.
interior avenue
i : mpletioci, .
the new bri i ige I is i -ing delayed onjccoun' R.C. 11r..dtllL l .-. I'/ ,:.:. ':&11.'i i S//. DAYTO A
J. R. Toinlinsun i is convenient neat and homelikeas
j' : Las to ..
gore Atj j, of the II"'rl" f..r the draw not Pteyatt 11IifJt", r tore. r.:..! 1 A. Fnt''. i J.
could be desired.i :
I lanta en a business trip. t'b) rk.I : Pharmacy :
A letter just recehexl from Mrs I i I J. )1. iJvattn and family who having anlve.1. [Lumber for the !! 'I!.' t : .

T. F. Cord says the thrrinou etr hate been occupying Silver Beach L railing i is also needed. j i C. (. ('.' H \ Bt-ni.ftt. O.o.- : I: !........; .. I< tan.L : .
i M-Nary. In jie tor" 1&1.01 / H. r>!.:..t' l IXrORPORTHIT. '
; i was down to 2.> degrees::: at the time : cottage for the summer, returned to Quantities f V, .
I' their home in Crescent > sheef'shead are e- <>rk. .......................N i
.; of writing. The family will sail I City the first caught from the bn'ik e. Pr : .ti', :.V.. r T. K FITZGERALD. President i BERT FiSH Mce-PresWent.
from New York November 'ad.: of the week. i W. A < ;oar. J. R < 1 I... H. F r). .a-; .\ [ "' L

I l The physical!! culture cla..s.ith'l''j! Mr. and Mr;. Sprague will arriveFnday Fred -Johnson to.ik a I arty down 1.lw..tOf'. .&lid. .1.- //o\.n, ....j l"IK CHAHLES: S. IlAURI; Secretary and Treasurer

Mrs. Harvey in I, from Binshampton.;:: N. Y. to Oak Hill last week for come pod .i :,:i Yhicgt Prr.'A.
holding its mttUng", in Thej;| They have a inter home on Pine( tishing.!! They returned l Sunday M b.x:: In ps.'..r-. AI..J. J. B. l' b.. ,
Glenwood. Later in the i i iMrs. -.treet. t.> rk.
; n'l Gus;\ Martin Saturday .
I Andrew TenBrook spent even- PrirKt N l J'l. ." xan.'aPainter : \ .1IJ'1 I ldio1bl: ,.
in fGainesville
Harvey contemplates taking a i came ra a 1
J t ( ; ing with bit sister in Oak Hi!!I. I I H. lJ.I ;,. l L. \I..nd..jJ M .ABr as the Keystone
J' room at Wilmaa's house. 5.1tardanidlt.; His .
opera ;' ,.. Lrtl ',
1 1. IrllJ1tt.t.
'J -r
: I l r The tide was remarkably high ] wife returned tu Gai villet with hint where she is teaching. He returned 1 Or; ... Paperhangerand wl.eT: to the arch is good plumbing to sanitation

i Wednesday morning: running overthe I :Sunday:: aftern'xm., SundayafteruooD. Pr- -ii- :\ ii.v' I e s-1 and perfect health in the home

tr ferry dock at the (' 'ninsula Mr and Mrs. Wilkinson who i J'hn Drumnion who ha \ L. <;" J-*. J- :.:. i ' I I ''I t
I spentseveral R.- 1''r* ./.J I.'H. H.-I; ; Decorator. rF : Run no risks by getting inferior apparatus -
bridge in the moruing.with a slightwind :)Int the w inter here two years ago. reasons in Ponce I Park. h.tetnrne.l .is C1 .... :
f from the west. and went from this place to Cali his old Pr.J ....:.:., I P. O. Box Si, DAVTO.NA: FLA.GET F and bungling, indifferent or careless

t A. J. Hemming is home from an I fornia, are again with n?. and re to quarrer a' theHardyniao \ (' ''nIJ"i J. H \\ '*. J.t.H/ :. tx work because it's a bit cheaper. !

extended trip through, Pennsylvania' turning directly from Calif>jrnis, House wher-i.e "-\ -e.-t? r.-'t..I I -. -tvr... .'1..; A ,' Liiiy; :, We charge fairly for materials and

t i' and Ohio. after a two month's abtxence. are more a appreciative of Florida; to remain during the tt., n i Mo.i 1'f'M.IJ"J.'f\ ) tU h.-i.; .. THE BESTRecently work because we're not satisfied to pat

I than befure. Mrs. E. H. Wiese. wh .- \\ ..
\1 ,
th. t
? .Ir;: "*' r- Ill! 1. < in but the
;:;; anything best. Better our
Mayor "Charles B.llJou"hn, : : -
:) one '
i of the finest the summer in Brooklyn a-: : i :. &t< n. Pr ...:.' \ r' .; : bill than larger>r one from doctor and :
orange groves on ij j i Extinguishers Save Li>cs. returtieii home last Fri'lav .J T J. tfro., .. .,.1'. AL ;
peninsula. It has been recently infected .. ',' druggist
i .' : .. L ;
:' 1-(1t:<
with the white tiy as have all!! Below i is a copy of aa article Milkrd Pattiilo is in < '- t-:: l Irx'king I.. '''; a I

the in this appearing after his father's P1- J. D. Carmichael
groves vicinity. He trie l in stor- : I iring :' : \ '
.11 f: various cure-alls to little effect, until 1 a Michigan: paper recently his father absence.Wm. 1-... ''duI.: \. Ii! U.-' GRAND PRIZE ,
which ,. .
I i may be of interest toLt.1.Ytona Z I."i id fc HieheM Aurd
he became rather skeptical as to new- Phone :No. 64. DA\TO A, FlA
is giving MaMI >v: H" ." 1". I WOWD5 FAIPST
t remedies. However such well 0\\Deh.
authenticated : PTw 1< \
claims were repeatedlymade "Nio person who were f a the 8el1amy'store a coat' of f ". ",..lh:, d': Ii rU '.' > LOUIS ................. .................... .... ........
j for the red and --- :a ':'., k' Hr. t
brown i Canine p.
yacht on the night;; of Au:: .... f .. WEBSTER'SINTERNATIONAL : MALLORYLINES ;
i as a specific remedy fur this jvst j ust :$1st, :tprt"rtheir thanks to We have for sale -w\tral boar that he decided to dive it a trial '; J. B. l raa"tnt of the .
Americanj ; houses furnished unfurnished J A !\fr *. H \ 'k
Col. C. C. Post C. P. Lund 'another J j i La France Company. last week fur <.r L. ;. ir.::. ki ;J1"1< : .
grove keepers became inter. oaring their lives. The manner in ranging !rural ten: r twehe( p---: .rk. DICTIONARY $& I

eoted in the venture and 90 in the j j which this i is figured u is that Mme r. to twenty '.r n* 're rrtis.. and fr'llJ, Pr:<<:,:.- \ ". .. .k

'I end Mr. B. llough: ordered so !j' Grave, bt-g t"dnJrew Crawford, S4.'..tto AI}lit..1 ln I Jri, ,. if ; ,.. II. .i f'' i -'. '' "t"IL-W.. >r' :-' -. '\\. ..-\' \ W I'S Enlarged : T" SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS
dozen of the fungi\ i acted frees if'1'owner of tae boat ..
to buy fire extinguished terested. write f- r dewription. 25,000 New Words STEAMSHIPS.

Mr. Pettigrew. of Manatee, Manatee fur use in ca.-e of fre and i it Ibrt< na Real! E..ute oa-l! Insurance J. E. t .. Pro1. .1:.' N f. New. Gazetteer of World .. L't"Ia.DJI': .OJ the o
+ county, who owns: a I.uro'e:: in was these Patrol d extiguUhers that M .., Ins ... .. .... w 0 t.t.ts. reed "a theIrte.t ,.
that vicinity and assured Mr. Bat!- C ml anv. < dY. (*> t. i S. L : c. .... ret.., .so .ata
* <-' at"tbe lire of Capt. and Mr.;. Ork. N.?. 1'\ tKn: \ ,\\ 111I :%'.. ,

lough that it had been rid of the Craf< rd and their guests. The -For Sale-Te! lirtiulintf Rake Pr, ii.' t \o. 4J (NewBiographrcal;.utA j1,', 1 :e-i.n.-.. f' Dictionary\-r : uXUltuted I Im SI ATEK4JMS.1RE( P. ,ITI\ t:1.IiI t tKVMEEDOB : I
white fly by the propagation of thi lat ua >.>n its way ti .St. Jseph Davtona. I. DaughTty' H l.BuckUii-i: I I' Ivrw.i.u.cevt': ..-. '!wJ m a,etc por t ant tbrw "ain*. !V* U" t" k rtv will" U nulil to "Jt" 'el ,
red and brown fungi., from Chicago with the judges of the at Apply t. the I ayr n.t Lw.'i. Ir-fn'. t..r-. cad J. B. I r : ,, Dlu".r! ,.11 !berths. or the MNitiiut (al'arltY .rf UIBIK H..lh!> tbae tDariog '
Mr. and Mrs. W.lJa,, tt had I i i tax -f the Chicago Yacht Real l Estate und Iii-u ranee Com -rK CWtaisf', 'OJ. aII.a..lIiC.r.: in a house all I ;; Club on .M.! BINaFf.1N! 2380 Quarto Pages a ; ; LEAVE JACKSONVILLE: t\: tk\: THl k.1'.11
warming to ihemrlves b< urd. When: in mid-lake the engine pans Chain. !H : : /uuaty COIIIi.I.'t. r.-I' ?>rw P'_ ban -..:... *. k. a& 'SH>- =s i -.)Idle of IB rlonda Tin.....-l I aM>B.i j
a few days ago, anti I Mr. iSaggettdanced : ; rem wa- found to be in rfams. Attest I- ;' $U.iN. Clerk. Needed Every Home I.II\\E.-| K.lto111: \tWtJRK AM ALL I"JIS"KIH.: .

without the fiddler: and this but witb two extinguishers i the It* )1'i-Jinrf. .J.l.llbtfulll.\\'LlHIIT11.. thr..u"b tbrThntuiib
was the way it chanced. Mrs. Bag-, !Maze was put out in (four nin.ittes.' W. A. GOVE -- A-ise N r.!east.-.1.Iha..te:_ : Ito L...G.cnl.a.ry,.. wa FtMut" ":'1\ 1St.11:0'.
gett, during the busy hours of the Tht-s ruts K''r full !.f. r..t"'D
.re.* De L.ut E .t.oll'!."a .... tat.l r.- "lllt.rdllllC attr.i"n .1f..J I.} ii..rther ::1111' ..Jl""rsm..r ativae. .
morning, put a pau of fat n the and Capai;! and Mrs t'.1\\ : i Dentist. .:. I '; : :. II'': j '../ ... 1. fI f eI ia'.f... ...... j l kU.t4- )*pi>iv tu
stove to "fry out and forg' t all 1 were Miss Luuan Barr" I F/tle, ,,
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about it. She remarked to Mr also Measrs. Thruber '$. .. Hi,.1K.w ., G. b C. MERRIAM Ja.k.n.1k F. .& :
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i : LOCAL EVENTS. When you want bargains in No Exhibit State Fair. I| Card of Thank I -
estate or to rent a house, see
Rush at the Hub Cafe, 107 North At a special meeting of the County II. 0. Edson and Hiss Lilly

)u Beach street. tf Commissioners held at DeLand Carson, Mrs. Edson's sister, wish c-I What's the condition of

; -* OB' or abort Nov. I6t, we will re- Wednesday, it was decided that Vo extend their earnest thanks) to the

o to our new store corner Deputy Sheriff C. H. Kurtz, of lusia County would not be any friends who were to kind in
i1ft DeLand represented wardrobe? \I How
--:' jjge venue and Beach street, was a Daytona visitor Mon- at the State Fair to be heldat tneit attentions daring,: the long ,47 your a
; : .more room, more goods, better day. Tampa next month. It was illness and at the remit death of .. ""

: _tti-l-ipoent; we hope to see you often. Henry Titus arrived home from a found impossible to get competentmen Mrs. Edson at her homo in King. about that Fall Suit? Our"i
o who would ton. ..
,. take charge of an _
t ; L. II. ROWE & Co. three month's visit to Tennesse exhibit, so the matter was droppedThe

t "Attorney Bert Fish, of DeLand, Thursday.J. registration list was revised, Fount a Relic. Fall Clothing is arriving

;. fee& nday and Monday in Day- A. Hendricks returned Monday and general the inspectors election to be clerks held for next the Ed. .ulxr found a prehistoric

.... ,evening from his trip to several month were named. The names ap- water bottle at the head waters of zi daily watch our windows
;. ;illdp,8 J. lee McCrory was over I northern cities. pear elsewhere in the GazetteNews.City the loinoka last;" week that undoubtedly ,
e ,.q :
:: DeLand'yesterday. on legal bu- The Florida East Coast Railway -- --- has a hi.-tory It was an old
'. isoar. Company is laying a side track on Editor Coming. earthen in\\Mexiro bottle among such the as: Aztec werefound T decide upon your needs now,

the east Bide of the The Jaiette-Newb has been fortunate
: F 0. Lindberg was over from freight depot. ruins, large at the top and tapering

: Like Helen and spent i Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Burdick and in securing the services of G. ti> a |point at the Is'ttomil. The H'lI' make our store the basis of f fn4jijmt

s.' family have returned from a very D. Willaiuau, an exjierienced newspaper M'l l ua* crudely! made of clay and
man, to act in the capacity showed marks of extreme age. s'
j1 Ed. Lindberg left Tuesday pleasant visit with relatives at Wa- editor clothes
jtrt. city during the ensuing six -- your operations.
; ; 'i.-N'WYork, where her husband tertown, Wisconsin.Dr. months. Mr. Willaman is at present Booming Palm Beach. ,, ,:); a sat -c. ,

-: >1I eatI1oynrent. G. A. Klock: has been to Jack editor of the Orrville (Ohio) The advertisement of the
.e Courier, but has resigned to accept large : \\ a are agents for Hart Schaffjr1 -
0. A. Hitch has accepted a posijoi sonville this week taking an examination the position of city editor of the Gazette Currie Investment Company on the

*| with J. W. Fulgham, the North before the State Board of -News. Mr. Willaman will arrive last page of the Gazette-News speaksfor ner & Marx-all wool clothing, no

Bidgevruod merchant. Medical Examiners. in Daytona the first of November itself. This company has just mercerized cotton. Prices 15.00 to
at which time the will be
paper been organized at West Palm Beach
'Jane Cable:' Have yon read Until April, upright pianos in :' enlarged to eight pages and will vith a paid-up capital of !50iUOf ,f 'r $::10.00 the suit.

jtf Yon ought to. It's by Mc- Daytona will be tuned for two dollars bristle with news of local and nearby for the purpose of engaging in a

": Cutdieon. Get it at Clark's. at Wray's. 21-4t events. general real estate, loan and insur- s rlk'vry1M In addition to Hart SchafFner

: Jiiis] Mary L. Conrad, of Seneca T. V. Wooten, secretary of the State of Florida Has The Say. ance interests business of Palm, and Beach advancing and sur-the -i-7 YIYVfI & Marx, we have a complete stockof

FlDs N. Y., is spending the season National Druggists Association, was rounding territory. Geo. G. Currie
other reliable makes. Prices
It is the
of J.
tith her brother, F. N. Conrad. vistor to Daytona last week, the opinion Attorney the president of the corporation, is
guest of Schmidt's Villa. M. Barrs, that the State of Florida ex-mayor of West Palm Beach and is $10.00 to $15.00 the suit.

i f Oysters are now in the market. has absolute jurisdiction of the shell one of the most substantial citizensof
find them in all J. C. Pettepher has sold his property that section. Frank is
;. Too will popular in the bed of the Halifax River. Chapman

ttj/ln/] at Mill's Dairy Lunch. on Orange avenue to ElmerE. President Geo. II. Clark, of the City vice-president of the corporation, L Y .. : Turn your gaze towards
Oliver, for $4,000 The deal Council, visited Jacksonville' this and T. M. Rickards. Jr., is the secretary -
JL J. Vande Vorde has purchased week Mr. Bam' of and treasurer.
was negotiated by W. E. Thomas. get opinion our store-do it now.We're .
Pine street and Grand- :
slot between the question. Complaint has been

: view avenue, Daytona Beach, of Mrs. Peck's Bad Boy, under the direc- made by a number of citizens protesting Death of a Pioneer. PI
tion of Joe E. Wallace, played to others than
a against allowing .> 1
I Ida Ki\"tr. good house in the opera house at the City of Daytona to remove the Mrs.f Bennett, me If the pioneersof / r I I \ alter Your
of Charlotte Mich. the Tomoka section, died at the -
J.M. Kellogg, this place Monday night. Some of shell within the corporate| limits,
arrived Wednesday, and i is located the but on the strength of the opinionof home of her daughter, Mrs. Itiley

in the Ellen wood rooming house for specialty acts were really good Mr. Barrs, the City will probably on North Beach street, Thursday i r

*Miss Genevieve Robinson announces take no further action on the matter. morning aged about 83)'('ars. The

the IeI8OU.Kr. to former pupils and others Mr. Clark incidentally submitted remains were interred at Tomoka, ( r.larxClothing Business 1
the franchise of the electric light ,
and Mrs. A. R who y *terday.
who be interested that she be-
the may company to Mr. Barrs and it was In the early days Mrs. Bennett'shusbanJ Copyright 1905 by Hart SchaflFner &
sire been spending summer at
gins giving: piano lessons at her his opinion that an additional franchise died and was buried in a ,
'Nimgansett Pier, R. I., returned to home Volusia the would have to be secured from
on avenue coming hand made cypress coflin. This was
Daytona Sunday. week. the citizens of Daytona before the before factory made caskets were ANTHONY BROTHERS.

- company would have the right to plentiful in this section of the .:tat('.
Plain aud fancy glass ware, tumblers Geo. L. Fitzgerald, of Philadelphia trackless their franchise
operate a trolley, It was Mrs. Bennett's wish that she
finger bowls, etc. Get our has been visitor for at not being broad
a Daytona present be buried in a coffin of like kind .
prices before sending away. the past few days. Mr. Fitzgeraldis enough to cover the operation of consequently one wan made by the

GEO. II. CLARK. a property owner here and well electrical cars. Daytona Novelty Works, and her remains -
now rest side by side with
and Mrs. Edward White having the season
Mr. armed acquainted, spent
those! of her husband identical
an '
Geo. W. Peer, of Satsuma Heights,
Wednesday from Plainfield, I in Daytona two years ago. CII I1i n.Tht. ANTtIUNti"S ANTt10NY'SstfoES ,
is the guest of Chris Gougherty.
N.J., and will, as usual, spend the I |A large new stock oi artist's supplies > deceased came to.olusia ARE l SHOES ARE
'wi'lerin E. X. Waldron has I leased The cmntthirtJ eight years ago. :She; SILENT SILENTSALESMEN
I color
water papers -. Magnolia to E.: L. Shear for the leateri' seven children, thirty eight} SALES MCN :
Mrs.. Geo. F. Brown and daughter in all'grades, canvas and academy << grandchildren and eighteen great 1"

Miss Jessie, are expected here i boards, Windsor & Newton's coining season.; grandchildren.Baptist 9f '

aext week. They will bring an automobile water color paints, De VOt"Com- The cheapest place) in the t Stateto I :

with them. I It pany's oil colors; all fresh at Gen buy pianos in at Wray's. L'l--lt!I Association Meeting. ,

II. Clark's. / The annual
Mm. H. H. feel)'e, who has been I (Jet). II. Ludwig arrive! Thursday twenty-ninth ses.iunof o .
James W. Perkins, of DeLand, the :St. Johns River Baptist Association
visiting friends in Massachuctetts: evening of last week from a summers ,
for tome weeks, returned Monday: to shipped the first car of citrus fruit >ent in Cleveland and vicinity.tE'or comened at the Baptist:; the I ae-....................a I -.
| Jardeu: seed* are rile: at Atwood DRS.ATWOQD&RAWLINGS
Church amiclosed
itt home in from Volusia county. It was a car Tuesday afternoon '
, Daytona.fRod8ere of grapefruit and netted him two Ht'nt-nr. l nnt'U'r .i- Thursday, noon S. E.; Tim- I'harmany. They have all Physicians and Surgeons. I i TUf 6UNN i : jl. j

Bros triple plated flat dence, corner Hid e\V11OI1 and Orange mums, of (irandin; presided. kinds, and all sure to grow
dollars the trees. lie has plentymore
on Alter the owning/ exercises Miss; I&lr. Atwoodootik'. 2 s. Rillt'wooJ'l| .
ware for hotels and hoarding houses. '
twelve modern. 2l1 !It I-:
Let ns quote you our prices, by the to ship. rooms Spaidding. of talk Del.and> the, work delivered of the aninteresting I MISS KATHERINE A. CRAWFORDTeacher (lrltalinI'! attire over ti ill.-'* drug store I : A Homelike Douse with all Modern : ".,
on Conveniences. -
doten. GF.O. H. CLARK. Major and Mrs. J. B. Parkinson Barnes sells Flexible Carbon i I- \
Baptist Women's Missionary work = = = -.u---.I
of Voice and Piano.
arrived home Wednesday evening roof paint, stops leaks and makes in the State. = : North Beach St Daytona, .-1". ii
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Peck arrived I' i--------
from Highlands, N. C., where they old roofs new at the Novelty Store Rpjiorts from churches that belong Studio over Clark's Studio ii Neville H. ---U'I j Board with or without room. :
Monday from New York, where Mr. -
month. They to the a8S4x-i.ition read, and
have been for the past were Address} phone Seaside lUll l Day- |1.K) a day.. Special by week.
Peck has been purchasing goods forth Dr. P. R. Bennett writes from the newly organized church at New I or : :
Tallu- *
Peck-Hendricks spent most of the summer at Asheville that he will be in I Daytona admitted the associ- tuna I I'x'ach. Fla. I OPTICIAN.
store. Ja. Smyrna was to ; _..4. __ HII.. : MRS. ELLA H. GLENN, :
lah Falls, in about ten days, after a very pleasant tion. S. Timmons: of Grandin, :: .
Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Taylor, of De- :: nl. : I'roprietregg. :
The many friends of Sheriff R summer spent in the "I.and I.r was elected moderator, and W. O. Swedish Systemof r a
land, were the guests of Mrs. Taylor's Coast Geiger of Green Cove Spring :: ) i: .........................a.
Turner on the East were the Sky. :: 1 ,.. :i i
b brother, J. I). C. Morris / and ( lerk.Interestingserrrons. Gymnastics. hi

wife, the latter part of last week.J pleased to see that gentleman out W. E. Thomas!' has rented three I were preached i On ..f about Nov. hot, JyOti, Mi.* Ada jj Hi ...................... ....
his .
last week and again attending to ministers, and muchwork -
office rooms in the Peck block to by visiting; Anderson, of our city, who hu l IJI't'1i ut- ii: Eyes Examined Free. :i. :
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H. Laughrey is expected here dfities. He had a close shave, but was accomplished.At the Sli,Hjl of Physical Education ,
: Dr. R. M. Ross, for dental parlors; :: aAt -
U a few weeks from Dawson Pa. better rapidly. the normal .
is getting,: lids summer; taking U ii
to II. W. Dunklee, of Pigeon COVP.Mass. I llnrL' Jewelry tlre.
bemany friends of Mrs. Laughrey His Old iamc. '"ourwhich" includes !..tli theory and .:.: :1 : R. :
J. II. Pierson, the dentist, !!
tDr. ., he has rented the Lucy A. practice of educational iinyna.-tics of ::,NNNNMN NN..N MNMNNMNN..._..,..
mill regret'to learn that she will not .NN..N.NNNM.NNNMN NNNNNM. M : All work done in a strictly
next Friday.J. The Canon City (Colorado) Cannon Brati
will return to Daytona Cross property on Ridgewood, andto the S"*tli-li Sytin.. will oin| a w-issl _. rT
claws and] workmanlike
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to Florida -
come this winter.
G. P. Neal he has rented the J. of the 10th inst., contains an for the instruction of same at the Ar-
P. Wall, of Putnam County I- Material used the bent the market : S r
? Pictures interesting account of a deer hunt i mory. No extra charge for tl>os.*> wUhing C. BOHANNON .
( framed to order; new the "Watch Dog of the Florida R. Turner farm west of Daytona.For C. affords.Plans :
in which i E.; F. Mansfield, at 1 to take infraction in t lubsing-
li&et of in at |
moulding just coming with A. M.
Treasury, together Ht'nt-Two unfurnished time a resident of Daytona, fj urtil'i i ing. For information in regard! to terms I'hysician; and Surgeon. : and Estimates: Furnished :
at,Banes' Novelty Store. of Grandin, were Daytona I and date of call on or address I .
Padgett, houses, in good location one of fiverooms very prominently. The largest ( : owning : I Heft of References.1'oftotfi. .
(MW over the tvvtMxl 1'harmna' whctr : ./
'Co ..W. business visitors Thursday. The Gazette- the other of seven rooms. ( killed in the hunt was brought down I MISS: : ADA ANDKKSO.YIWacli : I
M. Shaffner made
a : .".
News acknowledges a pleasant call. Daytona Real Estate and Insurance by )1 r. Mansfield It was of the | Stm-t. Itytona.THE ; -t, 11.\\TU\A: l t.OamiA.Teleplioue -* Lox 21 Daytona, Fla. : ?:-
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trip to Orlando last week. -- --- r
Company. species known as the tindoer-limie i iI I Xo. i J. .
Colonel 1 has so far recoved as to be *For Sale at a Bargain-1 r -1ight buck and weighed, hog-dressed, i i2Ni DAYTONA KINDERGARTENAND .... .........! .!!!!!!!!

able to be at his office again, much acetelyne gas plant and gas fixtures, Mrs Katherine II. Millar has I m; pounds. There were eight i i SCHOOL. I

t to' the gratification of his many good house for gas machine used moved her manicure, massage and prongs to the antlers, the span from j I II PRIMARY +tattttattttttlttttttttittI THE FINESTBATHS .,

A Mends months. J. R. LA HA. hair dressing parlors from rooms I point to point being :-\2\ inches. The i i iI -- --- 1 *+
eight Ii Geo. J. VandeVord
over Clark's store to rooms in the I animal was shot twice in the neck !, IxNaU-d on Hay Strwt. J l

Ed. Richards, of Orlando, was Mrs W. M. Moore returned last Atwood block over Moore Brothers, I and fell dead in its tracks. The j i i 1 ++ builder and Contractor. ++

caned to Daytona Thursday of last week from Baltimore, Md., where she has fine suite with much balls entered three-fourths of an inch I BELLE ABBOTT \YNES.. Prin. 1 + + t ON EARTt1 ,7;
week by the' serious illness of his she has been visiting for some time. Her a will apart, so Ebeneizer has not lost the I I ++ Ki>tifnitt4 funii..hfd. No ut> *+ FOR MEN AND WOMEN 25c :
better light. new
quarters reputation he gained as a deer J prenticenijil'\"il. Wlwn. you J
"to, Mrs J. E. He left Mrs. Moore says the weather was A. L. Reid the Tailor
Longe. be ready for visitors Monday next. hunter on the East: ('o< st; in days + want a tf'"wl horse 'built at a + LILY WATER
fcflome Saturday, Mrs. Longe be- quite cold there when she left Balti- by. He will have a coat made II ... ill =i
gone + .a..n"II..l..t l it u xiy you to 4jpt 1... Bat Water fer T....U..
k|much better. more and almost as cold at Savan I 6Wanted Two white women, from the skin of his latest prize I I is again at the Globe clothing store + my |.ri *. KricLworL. piss( /

i nah. cook and general housework in fam- to match a pair of pants made from !i and is prepared| to do your tailoring J -rinjf.. ivnient work! a "iiH'ialty. Jt ELECTRIC LIGHT: '. ,

!M. Ella DeVoy & Co.. have re- ily Hf three. Sixteen dollars)) a month the hide of a Florida deer. in first-t-lass shape Impairing: and, Office and Residence cor. Vol4 i PLANT' f

c4sd| their new goods and are G.G: Burgoyne is again adding each. A permanent place and good I us ia ave and Second St t. J t
tue aIl
pre- \ ---- - -- i pressing a t'pt'l'ialty.'e ;
week he home. Address }box ?:?t 0, Kissim- ,
Pad to with to his possessions.; Last I I .++++*+++++++++*+++.++++++
supply their patrons lots from W. tree, Fla. Ten Dollars Reward i call if you want good work. t\
the latest. styles in millinery and4er purchased twenty-three I -- -
the beacha umbrella)) with Will be paid for a bundle nflcoks p
situate en ocean CLostLlat'k
II. Peters,
lines. Tbey will be pleasedto
thow little over a mile south of the, round silver tip on end of crook; ) cancelled notes and checks, 'U
goods. South Bridge. Bingham & Thompson m kern name on end of tag "Free taken from an East Coast train between -

Herman Dohm has taken chargeof negotiated the transaction man, Toledo, Ohio.) Finder will Palatka and Daytona, belonging -: LUMBER. }

| tk* Florida East Coast Automo- The Daytona Bakery will supply be rewarded by leaving at Gazette- to Karl Zapf. Notify Karl

bdeClnbhouse as steward. Mr. wants weather. tl News office. half, Miami, Fla. I

ihet recently' N. Y., and came will here make fromEOOuyo the your -- ---- i YELLOW I PINE ,* Fuming! Flooring, Siding} i pi ,

jj j ji ( ( C C M(1M(
.. ttoctfctioa an efficient steward. C I i Ceiling and Finishing. f t .f :

*W. are not doctors, but by our Lime Cement tj: t
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process of ironing and shaping, .AND

*e Rill fix that rough; edged collar i I have to offer one of the best constructed buildings in ( )a'tona, located 3fc ,. Gypsum Wall Plaster F; fi"

10 tk&' it will feel like new. Beach Street; Lot 48x150, with 20 foot alley in rear. t j n-
; DITTOS STEAM LAL\DRV. \ in center of city, on I! Finishing, Bevel, Siding,

Qellan & Edwards are conOng = This property paying !9 I per cent. net. Terms l to suit purchaser. See met C YPRESS ; Shingles, Lath, Mouldings l i t ,.

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a clothing case for Messrs. t at once.i i'
Peck and Foster for use in their THEABEST.NORflAN.
VV. E. TN 0ties. I
t&orI& room. This case will be 20Jrt *i 1 .
!a&4feet deep and 7 ft't'tkip Insurance and Loans. 5. DAYTON I.
tad the plate glass doors will j Real I Estate, *-- vi

he oi the disappearing pattern. I 1 !
; They are also doing the shop work "I SELL THE EARTH. g MAUNOLIA A, .n"L' .C.IRy.; DAYTONA, FLA.

; b: H. -*. Hunnewell's new house on I *' PHUML'4y.
\ d the ,
,f.. Jlla asnla and other work there LuuuUDlttutJutltUo
;i "' on thin aide.

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-- Fire Protection. (nut pub.(.le'ro: : U>t pub I>ec. "lNotice l I .-....
Death of Mrs. H. O. Edson.a I If Jacksonville Carnival. SHERIFF'S I SALE.
: to Debtors and Creditors.In I I
f Mrs. Edson, wife of II. 0. Edson, The Jacksonville Carnival this American LaFrance Liquid Ex- I Under and l y virtue of an Executionit DAYTONA j :T
will smother a fire of Count Jud -'.. Court >-u<*l out of and under the seat of the ...
died at her home in Kingston, early : year is planned on a much larger ngnisher Iii and for Vol .ia Vunty i Circuit Court for \"oln"ia County Florida -

Monday morning, aged 49 )"EoafS. and broader scale than ever before oil, gasoline or naptha. Water will Mats of Florida.In in a suit |n>ndn: gallons of water' the Matter of the I I w herein Charles Blum Co. i is complain-
that the attendance it. Forty
Hendereonville and it is expecled spread
Mrs Edson was born at I' Estate of Harriet K. I ant and J. .\. Jackson io oVfendaDt., I
X. C., at which place Mr. j will exceed that of any previous ,only equals one gallon of extin- M i---IIt'r. dt'l'a..J.lIi.e I hate IOVM upon a,. the property of tl.. LIVERY _--r
:! The Florida East Coast Rail- ui her. Liquid Patrol : i is tivtviiv jrift-n that the uinkrfiiriKd I aid defendant, and will wll at' ) t "
and Mrs. Edson pent last summer year. ( auction to the highest and l.'.>t 'didderfi
among her relatives and friends. i j way will make exceptionally low ers, capacity three EttingUilolL\\ .* { Vou-ia* U!
She was married to Mr. Edson at i rate of one fare plus :?.)c: for the gallons; water. \' the Estate of Harriet (:LMi door in Poland in said county nn
111u FIFTH II.
:>t'.ty. '" or ,
I hallJl..ilol. -..-inT. kite liftMiMti of said l -<>unty. THE EMBKK: hive the I last: Livery in the City with white drivers familiar
of water at : with
t Sew Smyrna, May 2'2: : ,1S91, comingat round trip, making the rate Daytona gallons and |IA.< diilv" 'IU"hli..t"." OIK !It ii-lii.ini- I \ 1' 1flH..
I Jacksonville and return can a Patrol anywhere, x\eigh-i I" Irut..r.I1..lit..r.| ... .. >. iliftrilm- I iltirinjrhf i.sal: hour of _..-. t\\I..> f..l- 11 1d..k.. for the :Silver"
once to Daytona, where they have to : carry I! ""t. 's lowiiijr ilwrili! ..l ivul) .*..tat<>. to-" it: all rnad > Tii'id' Rig
r since resided. 1 $3.x:1.:; Tickets will be sold November forty pounds-and your fire is out. |I IBu.iness IJ..marltJ.t.vr. ninl 1,1I1..r"I\!< bar iUt < laiiiii or W rrt tbirtj-fitp (:\.>) f..-t of North
I tlw M eltat.acs
l against w ninety ('N1)) f..-t of Lot (....fl' ..
5th Oth inclusive, with men protect tht'ir.r ? i j DotltH-d the Itikautlsnti.ntrdt'.tts ( sauloliti.inof 'Phone- 1 Opposite Public School
ii Mrs. Edson was a good wife and j'I to .1 hrivhy to J-T>r Ht t-atlt* < : i L'ttacli'Tvn ell t".I\! -

neighbor, and a member of the { I final limit to leave Jacksonville on \\hynot their families N > Errrent I .. j l ':o.9rattw.Iutthtntau .. I ((1J:.!). and thirtn (13)( : ) II.s\ \ bftv
i \ ar" from .lat..r lliiam- v* ill I I. .
I Church of the Latter Day Saint ] any train November 11th. Some of! of tires in cities are put cut by furor''r .I..*,,*.1.! flit..- ':t:1.1) [ Hint".'.', .
r au.t l four i III) uf Hkflk four il)I. fawn . .
One Patrol. iniujv; M. \ \In . .
President Callis and Elder Wool! the attractions are as {"How!>. hemical apparatus. .tdmiat-trsbrIll ttw Ktatof: liar : .Sul ilMl-h-ll .if lots el\lr\vu ill1'

1 of that denomination, were called j\\ The I1irll.odromefill feature at- }1".>li ht"1 l ivpj<('r. warrants! au1rbted rio-I t K. Mii; .-r. I'i .and thtrtwn U-T. Hlu kMttthref y
: ::U.) all) in I'uUclKl.nlu
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t Iabratorie. l'at..1 Urtb.'ih1.. H..tla.lkt. Is. 1!" Daytona- Company
. from Jacksonville to officiate at the I tr,".t iuiis from the celebrated New \by underwriters' l''nnts. n..r..fa'a.i .
Coinplete :-' >Mrt.v. will !t... M.1.) t.> Miticfv"
. f funeral which held at her late York Show d the same name. nay save your house or tore. | .
was .
I'\I'.4I't.I. : la-t |>' l>. :Nov. i: j-ai.1) t-x.' utioii aifl <-r-t I'urol..r PURE ICEMade
I l home in Kingston: at ten o'clock. Among others the following: installed! with extra charge |ims for title
:Notke For PuMkationIV l>at.+I tin- third tiny l.f ,..t..l..r. ll'..,i. .
' t Tnesday morning. The interment i Madame Rossi and her wonderful $15.00. J.'IMIRNKK.i i from Distilled Water.Factory .
I three-horse equestrian act. No. 3 Babcotk, capacity: 1 1-6 I (>articeut of the Iut..riur. l.iiidOtfiiat Sl,I."fful'la! corner Railroad and Yolusia avenue. f
was made at Pinewood Cemetery. UaiuesTilW. Fla.. Kt. ". lNotice \'t.It;. Couutv. .. . . . O .
. I. Mr. Edson and Miss i McCarson' 'a .Madame Serama and her trained gallons, what you need in a boat or i is beivby Kivn that Mary E. I II II
$12.00. Address box 00. Wilson! of Da vtona. Florida. Las"rtU.lnotkr I
sister of Mrs. Edaon, who Las Letru animals including AnJalusiuu Bull. automobile, of her intention to maLc firt.ilnve I First pub. S-pt. 1; Ja.t pub Oct. "Ij< ) i s. :0

6 with her during her illness have' Senor \ Della an 1 his seveu pugilistic year proof in support of her claim. I! :\otke to Debtors and Creditors. I
I. 'I all: li..Uietad Entry. :N... 'i.V:>?4. lu County Ju'Vtr' CourtIn
the sincere sympathy of their many ? stallions. 'CFmember: tLe Daytona Bakery tuadoiauuaty 10. lt'o.>. fur lot I I. ....vtiotj .- audforfolu-iaCouuty 1

mends in their bereavement. I! France l Rted: and stock in sonn-i caisupjly} all your wants in the 3u.. toWD-Lip 1.*, ..south rahgtJ: :State of Fk>riJa.
_t i I ea-tawlthat-ahl proof will lie uadelefwi .
siult bare-La alLt"uoriu tf In the MattT of tL
' ja\ery lii.e. Samuel It. IVik n..UitI .
't F 11 i :-tate .f AliP..
i No Second Primary. Yallivtti .n 1 her j a '"urt. at [Iirl,&nd. "' "rMa.n Nov. :'.'s. i 4'bri..ththcy. d..r.a.-d

I I There was no second primarylast forming leopard*. < Kir-tpub.; last pub. Ajril :*v: 1 She: lt;.nauwth.. folloILli \\ itlHsl to 1 Notice is LerLy "ttiv, i .n that the uD.J..r.1 fii ]

determine h., CtolJin Troue, f Eu--aaa. -in....t :\0 flCE.S.i. prune l-r lobtmuous ivki--lt upon.uixl -"" ....] ba lolT quali ..l a" s JlAiI
" Saturday. to \\ I tof .
the Rotate Ali.I' 1.'".1
..,. tor
:t should be the candidate for County: md liaiuers.CleUKn :! .... ;ii. I -ivtr irivn that cit: m-.nth. Miles,.cultivation ItelrK of l>the a\tit.}.Kh.ri.lil.t iz: .i.... -n>.-i. lat. of i-ai-l) I lruth! Eor"an ntl.aft-r -lafth* un-ki tit -di- L J. I".ltalol.l | of Port rr'ht.r.. l.-& ..litrilutnail
.Second Ifc- "" & :" Uninue. FU .
Commissioner ut.fth-will <.f II. V. O.l. loiwh. J I K Mar-h. ..t Port Irabir. KU. i all oth.-r ir-..i.. wli<.ujp Land, district. .j rol>atic d 1"iWu-. I tIt.. ..! Volus' t'oa'dy. will ,n.- hi.. final' J"' 1'1'1..11..111.\1.|| I ....&. FUU. btimor -iiiaii'l'l.. avain tic sai hl t-.- I Ii
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\ 'I Vfiueheciutnna til rftfiiriniii M.iluta.. rIM li ;*... utor witli I I..- I 4i. fI'HI'IICtnr,", tat, w ill |..ilit tho'alto' to the uinVrVii" i i of
\V. C. Cannons, who was s-t-eoit'i ; ,
I'euotN.1ihtlr..fat l..hl..a| 'f,110 1t1"r within two learn fr.nihat.*. or
. highest in the vote at the fart primary bears. i ila. and} ark Wan order of final( dl"- Ed fc-e pai-1. \f\ f"r<-\.-r l !l. 1 tCt

I La Tally's great Performing dig: char.; J..H' \'. I'"IJ'I.U' OH.Et. __ i H. Yiirtoorciii. i
decided not to run a?ain. a. '. ,it'r.. .Imim-trnt'r] tlf f the, Estate of Alice iI
. -f A. H. Ryland came within ten you I IknIi and a troupe of :Arabs This O-t"iJf.r ;?II. 1M,*;. I "ladies baths at the electric light I'. CiiritiaiHyI I
. I iat..l at lJn; toua. Florida this trot
The which is .
; of a nomination in the first, and t" I Wonderway the --- I p plant. day of Sejiteiul-er. A. I).. 1'
Of avoid further and the | pike or midway, will include such EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.In .
E any contest:: is
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" of holding a second primary -!. attractions as .County Ju-J!.....'* Court. -- On
t expense) I I
; Mr. Cannons refused fur- HucksL-m: Ben's Wild West Show of VoluMa "'oullt t. Fla. : .. . .. 'fl . .. i I !
I to In the matter .f the ErtateofChai ,11', .ft', 'f I.l., pi" ,-.p.rJl F41xi1j1iTis ? ; .
l: I ther prosecute his claims to the The Indian \ llage.i *. \V'. Arnx'.1Jtlfa.ed. '! I

.. i The Fox Chase. I i
i office. j
i is iriven that the unl1rrsgnyl ,
Not lien-l'V 1
l! .; Mr. Ryland's name will now be I Jovine's Royal Military, Hand 01 f,r : bars U-en an-ointei'I l>v th.-Coun : .San Mateo Four failings Kaeh Week
trJtSg. of Voluia "Count> Flimla.Executors' cigars..1
: certified to the County Commissioners ) i! Italy will furnish music and tier e of the WiII.f Cbarl. W.r.. : BETWEENJACKSONVILLE

I to be placed en the official .bal will be fireworks spectacles day and I noH d.-a.-.l. and all rwiitor1sa! / and NEW YORK.
te n. Jlctribatefi; uii l allr| -..nt tit ;Ii
lot as the candidate for the office. night. .laini' atraini't ,.ai l .-.tate. are Ure' Calling, at Chark.eton, S. C both way
i t Horse Show, Thursday Nov. Ml Lotifie.1 to -.nt the atne tthe '.1:.- Have THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.
.lerMjrne.1) ) duly auttlO'nti"l1ti. within
Geo. Anderson i is building,, I I Children's Day and Uaby ::::howXr.nmLf.r tw I sears: from tlii th. a I.. fie !.tv\er I
a comfortable cottage on Fairviem tt s ."..1! ..f 4" t itNsi; lIi irn-t S-rrW IVtwrcJACKSONVILLE.
' avenue. The frame is up, roof nand NA.\n: ELLEN: :: .AliXOLI. A Reputation of AND ALL. BO. TONPOINTS IDLNCL.
Montjlier \ rni'iut, 1 I'aiimitat, I tmrWton Botha.T*. .
4 work is being pushed on the What is Lily Water? fall a t 11.\WH.IJ 15 ARNOLD SEMIWEEKLY SAILINGS.: .

"I interior. the electric light plant. "alf....,- .,.!.. F. ,:*.a.. Southbound------------- From lewis' Wharf Boston
F\ it'' Northbound----------------- foot Catherine street, JatkasalilI .
I Their Own.The ,

i Between Jacksonville and Sanford

STOI'I'IN'i AT I'I.TK.oiTIJIt.: ST. FRANCIS. mutrcmlJ.lJd.&JCD: : \ )
'-uc<'es:> o the :San Matio; ( 'iVar i?> one of and') -un :'T. JOHNS Kl VKK": ;

i ftND'USYOURW' the i'reate>t industrial triuniiilis{) of the East Coast Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"ar.

:>inr the freeze .- sij {.oiiitiii" tonil a* follow: I>-a\e Jji. kc',in ill. :-t.ndtss.. Tuenlajs and
Thur-.JiO-. :l.t:, j'. in. Mr 1 108110".-ril.) Mi>n>lntN.dn.sdats and
I>-. tli': a. m.
Made from the flioi("(-!!t growths of toliwco that the penin

I da ..r Florida and the I Island flf Cuba and i South-no..nd fCHELLLE \.t\II'Bee---
-' ran prIU'f', vrapl .. t
p. #ani

1 1r industry of the world grown;)-; never p'pdut"t..l1o'tI'r g'Jf"1s.r t .... :>.H '4-M>, a| m m ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::....:Taliitka.. A-t r ..::::::::::::::::::::,:::::::::Prate' 3 S (3o K) p p m ra

.. 4 :&MIIII, .St. FramifIVrtTionl .. 2 tst w

! PALMBEACI-I -w Fur" Company sale by all on the Ivadinj, train hotels entering and!ll clubs rida.} and by the I'n'ninN ArritN t a m :::::':::::::::::::::::... Sanford I ilvl...::..).::::::::::::::::::::.I: :: 1 li.V(Sip>p arnGESZrAL m

every .. 11'.4'" aID...........................Ietrrpris: .................................. .. 1.1"J. a DJ

II twenty >i/es: styles and grades: to elect: from. .. - - -

r THE MOST HEALTHFUL F M I mO: tNM: \uNl i II: :.J I f.n. I'a--! .Airt.IWtlte.vSt... Ja.'k.i: .nvillr. n.

t I TOR SALl ti\ ALL IlALlUS.! !I ll.Ii.In)1'ElJR.. ) : Foot. IlujranM.Frt.; Airt. Ja..I..lh'"ilJto.1'.1'Fla.. J\Il.I-utt.:

It THE MOST BEAUTIFULAND Manufactured by A 4' II .iiny.: Ii.; Il, I Ka: >t'n I'a". Act.. :New Y .rk.
j n.\I't: 1111. E.: UMiernl Fr.'glti..t. VH York

if f S. W. ROWLEY SAN MATEO THEO. (i QER, N'. P. and O. 't.
.- f LORIDA.IAfrytL.L. In.n. cal! o"i. .-. !i' .-r :{... \.rtn Ri\er HraiM h. 2"II. Hr<>a.J.ay. New York.
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it IL-: Winter Resort Florida East Coast RailwayLocal i

Time Card No. il. la Effect September U. 1901.H .

lTrlBOVM''' >-READ Do1v' NOBTMBOt"' >"' D-BEAI ll

I IN ALL 5e 99 No. 29Da '1"1 ,"'"_ 50. 78Daili *0 93Dull ti.
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''I" has its !good points and we art- not. disposed to rob I >ayt, >na ''',1? II LID 00. ... Eotl'alas.: '. 5:1.". ,
.II 1Y': :. L I ...tlr j. ,.. i
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of a solitary visitor but we feel it our duty; to call your attention to the ; .I pm I U..; .m I I. I I...:.... 1t a.m ,rrnthvr

i fact that to return north without havin.o visited the < iueen of I l It rklrt ism : :J i .--.M..." 'II.::.... ,. .!'...m

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: r. I .I I I. ; '. 1 H in -1 1 I 9'''''
r A resorts is to have missed half the value of your trip. West litho IV.u I i i0i .1'.I.,"t
"' I."1 im I 00 ..... .. .'11I.1 AmlHm
t b which is situated on the famous Lake Worth below the frost line. and in ), :1m ru \ I I ;:.11"|,1'1 m .. ... ... .. 1'..1.)1.\.a", ."nat.1ff. !'. .. "rpm'I'W I:
,, .
t k tic I 2 '.' A' ,, I RYE
the "
very heart of the pineapple r region, has sometimes been called the i ham "HI'". ": 1 .olI.. ... ;; 1'.pm r

; "City of I Homes." Wouldn't! you like to own one of the homes.: It hus: ":: ':.ins. .:. ,; ;l ': oipni : : ,.. AVING: purcha.-: \ t: .peat: r. ; .: of t.e Crystal
I also been called the "City of I Mowers/' If you do nut want a home y. m )i : .1.i 4 p.., I.J. I. : -r : :'. I', cpm: I H springs D]:tu.t:: Lo.. wo:! tro 1"If 1 in positionto
i-ST. *: i' : : = : pm < P ctTer: th.3 c--bratcd br-.l c: whiskey as
t should at least come and I.tetit'hatbttjutifulhumt.othrrnotrtht rnlt '' 'Ih'l l auk *: x; i'.Id .. : r ) '.;P as ;it lx-'-,, at the fo.lowing:! ; t'!'. atr; : 'td f.gures:
ilin: ::; 1.:i --t: :i\\: ;::: .

it '..; have in the Tropical South. .. ,,101 J.'P:, ,,, lr.s'r s. .. ".. I 4 Full Quarts, $3.20

; '', The Royal Poinciana. the largest hotel in the world i is :am :: .. I.. .i..a i :>t u I : I 8 Full 6.25
r ..11.! 'Ill'4I1"t I : i:4m-Iu t 5. I .; ;.' t-.yta: :I ..aam .. Quarts,
'tl! coming to see. but in addition to this the original} alligator {pens with ,, 'm. ;., .. : :pm I Ii i I : 12 Full Quarts, $9.00
TF, hundreds of live .: ; :: : :. i r; .w )i.:1:r .IE ;I': :' lm I a 1- EXPRESS PREPAID -
: alligators and 1 crocodiles: the ostrich farm: the iniruit"III i: 1 : p, : ; I I
I.r P! i ;I m I t.t..ll' ,.1 ia Crystal Sour Mash WhisKer
Oleander i.'l'nUl'unyon: s I itiry 1 Island: the fantastic rubber frettht' aka oIlU1 t.t. .. i / '11Im..i I I
: "I:. ;-.1 rn .1" r.n Io 4..s !11 .. I ia thorou }.;;: asred. rr.- :H-jw, deli l ;>"U3 and in-.()I..thL3 v"''\<.t. This:: is a
i jungle} trail: the ocean pier and a foulnwsted Sl'hOOI1l'I'Tl'l'k., w.ishi! d! : auk.m 'T '.4m jn. .11..1.'...S..t" t..1 .. .. 1 10' I";5.aI .w ;..", i rare opportunity to suppl.. ;'-'Jurt.r"! :th a h'.ghgraJtkey..

1,1 high and dry on the sands are but a few of the wonderful! si i hts. Y m\ I .. .. ..w' "7 *,"'}1-111.[!, .. \\.t\\.t Palm J'.I.I.' I...... i '" b 5 NPs Ism ,, ;i'.., "- A SAMUELS $ CO. 14 MARIETTA GEORGIA STREET
au .. 00... !11.\1.0 ...m '. ATLANTA.
Jr )0" can hunt. fish bathe play I golf watch '. .'.1 lID IJ t l or others in the act while you :s't' '-xn a .. i' ; SEND FOR OUR LATEST CATALOGUE
:t'i r leisurely by and the .'am '. I'n( W a.,
I enjoy unsurpassable climate. -Jupiterlight! house: the I a'. .t 'H'"H H,m
-.i i't. xr '. I ---. ---- -
weather bureau station the ,
: wireless telegraph station I: pineapple 4 ",i1 II'1i a I r i. I.- nM ---- -- -
n'L.L. rliami
nine J factory: the Honda I last Coast Canal: innumerable! other inland ,. .A:: ,1'.m '. ,i. ::I..: I. ---I,

waterways are all within a radius of twenty-five miles. 1 he impussabUtverglades : : : : ..--\..-i I'a..r't-"-; ..,.t'ar.- .' r.D !-trrlr 3,aJ t :8. iJ ..t I_t J.z at. .." t atn. :.. .".1 : ULL TS,

is on our western boul1darand the world's greatest I highway, 17S.rd.r
50 21 110 21 :5d0,? h r
"0.19 D 11II, t80.2' ,.:l ENTRj SS k-
the ( Stream washes our I Ji.\stern'shorl': It may cost; you something\ : O'I Sunda Onlr' Ottt, (S Sunoa, 0_, \Os1f/; fI"t..

to stay at I Palm Kcach. but you cannot consider your trip to !riorida) 1011 I i uplete ;' -. Pam:vin Sil;
unless you have taken it in. '. ; ::; ;. ; : ..: .:. *:. : .' I i \ .. '; :: :: '.. .r sa if ,
[- If want to Luor rent house! i. ; ..:', 7"1." : -amr \1. Is a I .... .. a t a 1 !
you a room on lake or a can in, ,int. i

.- I i a win'tl'r home. a pineapple' plantation an orange grove or a vegetable: Pl\I}SlUR AND OCCIDDTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS! ATU:: .g, QS TS.

I" garden: or if you want to invest in any of these and! be guaranteed, S 114 T Close Coonectioo "Made at Miami" ; nub Steomhips of the P. & U. S. 5. Coats!). QR r r SC .I I

I. cent on your investment write to Havana_and_ Key -\Vest. -- EA o
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-j ; l The.Currie Investment Company ; Additional Sailings between Key West anJ Hatana.T .i .ir Uta'lr. tEi
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Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No .

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I and we will be glad to show you every courtesy. For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information U.KM t I'AI'-ST: l-.I'.KUiNi: ", .

: ...j I -SEE THE TICKET AGENT." Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis 66 Whiskey.

I I i..: I J, DI.J RAHNER, AssU Qen'l Pass. At., ST. AUGUSTINE:" FLA. I StndfurPriceLLet. JAIKSONV1LLL, FLA'z' .

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