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The Daytona gazette=news

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Title:
The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title:
Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title:
Daytona gazette news
Portion of title:
Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title:
Gazette-news
Place of Publication:
Daytona Fla
Publisher:
Edward Fitzgerald
Creation Date:
September 21, 1907
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Weekly
regular
Language:
English

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Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
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29.207222 x -81.037778

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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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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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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Vol. 19, No. 17 floes Evtrywhtrc. Reaches All CI...... Daytona, Florida, Saturday, September 21, 1907.Ih." *""""", M"'"" '" "..*'!." end vicinity, .. kite 5 Cents

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ILD 1NGS LICENSE TAX FlORIDA DAY AT |

BARGAIN COUNTER.: I tiAND ADDITIONS IS EXPLAINED. THE EXPOSITION. | THE CUAS. L E GARDINER\ CO. I


t\V e are putting. out new bargains every day on I r.rr Krr r I' r 2 ..
our Bargain able in the line of Remnants of Dress .
Goods, Ribbons, Laces, Embroideries, Slightly Soiled Now Being Erected Mere.-Fair Showing To All Merchants and Dealers Comp- OovernorBroward and Staff and Many t :* DRY GOODS MERCHANTS, i

Goods V"l Patterns, Skirts, Shirtwaist Suits, Melts, for This Season of .the Year. troller Croom Explains the Law Other Florida Citizens To Attend. :,I. ..

I > Etc., Etc., and we invite you to look them over for Prospects Good for Future. For Guidance of Collectors. Interesting Program Prepared. i : Anthony Block, Phone 102, Daytona, Fla. :

I1 there may he something you need among them, andwill While there has not been as much The following letter of Comptroller Hundreds cf citizens of Honda, : ...

< save you money. building here this summer as in Croom to the county collectorsof the land of (lowers, will visit the I : '
\I-\ kOO\S Nl'1I't'llISiIIiS' l AND i
the State in of the Jamestown the 21th : \
some previous years, jet quite a explanation : Imposition on i
The Pe ck-1lendrl chs Company. 2 number of houses have l been erected license law passed bj the last legislature _'3 tit and Juth of September to ('ele-I j : NEW GOODS i

.......... ........ or are now in process of construe will be of interest to a large brate the tlondi te Day and the : .
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--- -------- tion and the contractors are quite number of our readers whose business spt"l'iallfa's of several cities On | : Prices as low as ti the market will afford. i

..................................................... sanguine; of steady increase of workas operations may be affected bj the _'-ith. the citizens of Tampa and i : .
the season advances, I some of it. Ocalawdl celebrate, the, \5tu is I : We will be delighted to :show )'ou our roods and :

M. ELLA DE VOY CO. i I Ii them even now having several Comptroller Office) State of noridaTaJlaha Florida State Day, and the :L'Uh? ; is i
months' ahead ?J l'O' l7. Jacksonville and St selected
employment on c-on August Augustine Day. : :
i LADIES' !
HATTERS
i tracts not jet commenced To the :Several: Hectors of the The railroads have made exceedingly :, .

2: Correct in Styles. Personal attention to Fitting.* All the carpenters and masons''!I,. State of FJ..iJa-: low rates for the occasion and :: The Chas. E. Gardiner Co. !

2 Nti C bouts lfe>a.,L Street Daytona able and wanting work are tmdin,: ("Jentlemeiii The guide to the large crowds are expected to attendas :, .
.*................................................... :: Anthony Block Heath Street, :
employment either here or at Sea .. license law is only intended l an an great interest in the various celebrations .
n"ii".i"iiil---iiiffl- -, JiiiH".iiii- ,.-i.iii"Iii'Niiiiiiiiii'i-iiiii"iiiii.'ii.iii- -- ---- breeze and Daytona Bead, about index to the law, and in every case is manifest :2: IA YTOX.FLA.. 2

fifty carpenters being engaged on the tax ('\)1I'I..torLoultJ examine The program for Florida Day includes ::..............................1....................:
the following new buildings and additions the law before deciding what amountof a'dresses' = of welcome by
I Miller Strohm Co. !
= now in )progress in this city: license to colleit (President Tucker" and Governor .....................................................
I). I). Rogers-Addition to residence The act of IfNiT, chapter .1.7)7!) of I Swanson and responses b} Governor :
} Successors to on Xorth Beach btrtet the Laws of Florida, is a revision of I Brovvard: and other prominent citizens :

I PECK & FOSTER. Mrs. Mary 11'ilderWork on the general license I law of 10! (V.,I of lorida This part of the :! mm GROCERY co. i I

water tower and additional buildings chapter ;Jlu5', of the Laws of 1 lor- program will be held) ] in theudi'l:
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F..milYGrOCerjes ill of residence Suith Reach ida, and pro\isii in the act of torium beginning at '
rear on any o 1
I i (buecessor: to E..1'. ( oniad & ( o.) :
treet. 10O]! I J is repealed by the act of I 1'JOTSi I ill the morning. At five o'clock in >. .*
Grain J C M and additions eeial of the the afternoon there will be re\"it'\v
Faneyand .:. ChritltUarage > acts legislature fixing a
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::i!o I--- 1 bawl 1 :: to residence! on North Ridge- license: taxes in particular caseswhen of military troops by Governor :| Carry a Full and Complete .:
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wood! avenue. not in conflict with the act of Brovvard, Governor Swanson, President :>
J "'T'a ALL IN TIlE! SHRLf?." 'rrM "('c Products |: 1 H.> F. Raudol] h- 1 Erection of a I 1007) ) are in force, and licencesshould Tucker and others 1 From :f Line of Plain and Fancy ;

s7wrrrrrt4rrl..rr..rrrr.rr..vw..r.rwr ml1.1} .Iy mm..I+.r.rwtiwrH large residence on the north bide ofSecond he collected l thereunderI 8::JO I to I 11 I p. m, there ill be a reception :
4 ._----. --.------ avenue. I Each license issued under the in the Virginia Building b}' : I
.1 NN NNN..NN..1..NN..NN.NN .. IGROCERIESJI
J.) W Ful hll1l-: -Hudding on law is limited to the |particular business the Honda State Commission, to : I

Bond Lumber Company .l\ North Ikach street fur> 11M' as cigar ) profession or occupation for Governor Brow! arc!. :

; foe tor>. which it is taken out, i. e, a license Special fireworks, illuminationsand :: -'.* .- -- :
M4MFAC1LKERS OF C. C' Mellor-\\inter residcmen L) sell tuptha will not |*'rmit the Warpath attractions willIit' : .

ROUGH AND DRESSED Z RidgewcHj l avenue, Lt'twt'tu0-. sale of lubricating or illuminating features of Honda Di). :I CLOVER HILL BUTTER. :.

PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER \Iftf nsia avenue and Hay street oils, a !lucnso as green gro.-er and There will probably be severalcxdujamos 'p t ..
Mrs Win \\iLking Five-room dealer in fresh fruits and nuts will 1 of the Floridatatt':\ :

Lath, Shingles, Flouring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime I Lungaluw cottage \obisiaavuriie, I I not authorise the sale of other arti- Militia in camp at the EXposition| at I ': The Conrad Grocery Company i..

; and Cement in SLOLK coulee Krllray and and lard Irrrae!: ..Aeur. '=: between Ridgewood I and railroad i h.s, melt as c ured! ham, bacon, salt this time and these will participate .: 1T: Conrad A Cos old 1 stand :
Dr I P. II. (eiuivtt-Sixroiiii{ :\ fish, etc, for vvhuli a IIlcrchlIIt'sIil''n in the (exercises the .
:xtILL9- Boud )t III.AtIrultel'uestIii KY..1411mlleawulh(4Jactworrlle. .tlcLration.j t....................................................
Kat&uiaeuu.orMrulur4BrrnchutlbrP' E.e1: Kj, dwelling on Orange avenue, vv cat of u;,, is required \ li.ult"s > Florida has no :State-

Phone 83 R. J, MAIN Manager. I idgevvood{ d. .> merchant will not authorize the :I but her resources are advertised to I -r-...............................................-...:-
1V.'I'.I.ong-Residence on l lIa--> : holder thereof to sell article for 'a considerable extent in the department .
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tuna street I which a KKtid[, license is required, !( "f railway exhibits, in the i iNOV
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M f. M.I'ellett--Rcsidenreon: Helle.V without paving the amount of such States xlnbit i Palace and! in the Groceries'S? I
iilllniiiiririiirtYWiirri riiNirWitP- l+rYlilNiiriiliinl'rl1-NiIYdYJIiNiiliJrt'irYliiiriYiiiiirtrr avenue I tax: Yours very truly, Mines and Metallurgy buildings. 1" S

A, 0. HiBBIDEl F.N.'f''RAO' S Graham Thompson Alterations ,\. C. ('room, Comptroller, I Many[ of the Honda) ,visitors will go I i
>,..w.... Cashier :
2 and additions t<) resident and I adoiinng It will |1.1' readily *...n that the to the Exposition several days in a\I-1

1 MERCHANTS BANK | cottage; on 1'almc.tt avenue;: 1.iws boars particularly hard on small vance of lorida, Day in order tll YOU ARE TA \
and repairs on the Oj)!*>ra honor ; dealers and will; probabl drive I present at the celebration llf Robert i mThat's
'br..:b Vftlu.U County bank :: blockS of them out of business It Fulton Memorial I Du) September! Business. \
Capital Stock\ ... ...... ... ..... .............| 50.00J() ( ; and many I My
: ll (been-large garage:: is rumored that the coiistitutioiialitv > 23rd, when one' of( the grandest
Personal l Liability............. ........ ............... 1KUIK( ),( ) = i
naval and
machine iif Ihe Cleveland of vessels of f order
: bhop in rear : of the: law, or (certain )parts of( it, displays every I tale pleasure in tailing r.ur J
j Traamcts a Oeneral Banking Business. 3: imIte5 testM in the courts kind, will l he made and speakers of delivering promptly! what} you want My btul *

14 1 per cent. I Interest Coinpoiinded Quarterly (Paid on i s l l.le: <.trie Light l'lant--Eretillll of national fame will deliver addresses( is always fresh and line and 1 your trade will Jl
Savings Aft'omits. = large bhe ill rear of this [plant for -- -- : l lie highly appreciated md well taktn are if :2:

j the storage of c-oal : Mind of \erett Canova Unbalanced. A Pleasant Social Function. Phone mo ) wants. J

i Safety Ih posit Boxes for Kent 3 Ivy Lane Inn-Extensive additions in I Ihvtona) will The I
Main |11>eople regret mtption given last week bv j
:1".m- I.lm. !'mmw'NJNNN'NHlmYN'mmn.wmnnmm'mm'mnm"t, to this hotel on lv> lane and to read the following regarding Mrs. Geo. II Clark and Miss Evelyn, S. W. GAKKOLL |i
Palmetto
---- ---.----- -- avenue Fverett M Canova, who was city t in IK nor c.1 l Mrs Neville II. Clark. ,
home. additious may l been over editor ..f the l Daily News a year agolist : was n Very enjoyable affair. : .
IOllht'lllr not have been mentioiie l ll I', winter The mews contained thwithstanding tIle ominous I The North Beach st. Grocer. :

l because airealy completed, as fur in a Rartow dispatch to the Tampa I date, Friday, the 1:Uh, the day I IpruH'd .
instance, an addition to :s; ,llnldt'sCilia I 'Jelephont No. 1J.r. :
Norman S. Tribune is as follows: to be an ideal one and very
i Dayton 1.111 North lit-ai'll street and sin Bung alllittfd with wh it is ap- !I few of the invited guests faded to I : ..................................................:
i ilar i elsewhere, .
improvements re.I'.nth'
.. pareiitlj a light and temporary form appear, there being eight or more I
fini-llelJ. of insanity, Everett M Canova. the !ladies present, most of( them joung''
Plans Estimates
At Seabiee/e and I'eacha
Daytona young editor of the Polk ('aunty married! Jt'Ul'le. but ranging from
i number "f houses and beach cottages Record was: this morning taken to the friends and acquaintances (,II i
are under vvav', ill addition to \ Miss those of Clark Norman S. DaytonLUMBER.
Superintendence thehomeof relatives :-\t. Augustine! Evelyn to Mrs
the the
improvements at public
> being vonipanied: by Judge It..l4- i The guests:: were given the freedom
school and The I Clarendon and I
'- Lumber Yard, Magnolia( Avei.uu and I F. L. (', 11ai1t.L3.: the vvell It was not deemed l necessary 1 of the house and Mr Neville
erection of( the Hotel Issena
Heal Estate oflice, 1st do..r south of post,.fine, V* II ED- here is also some budding) in the I to arrest the), young man, and make friends insisted i on inspecting the

MONINX, Manager, Daytona Fla. Th.-nes at cflice, yardS colored btt.tiou of )Dajtona) outside ; legal I inquiry)" into his mental conditiou -I young uple;s entire suite' of n /ins. .
and residence of the work on the large Industrial: and friends gladly) lent him to: even to the kitchen i
Scliuolbuildingl making altogethera his home in the hope] that rest would) The house was beautifully! decorated Yard, Magnolia; : \'nu(' anti I I. I I', (<< Railway.: MiD
a respectable! showing for this bring about recovery. ), the parlor in white and flans! l l: tiiiute: -an,1 Sup.'rintC'lltlcfII] Heal: I..MateUtdonr oiif-e
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season c If the }ear lin.I' south tf I'. II. \\'_ II IIItlM' 1"4'> IN ra""t"r.n'JtlJna. .
--- -- -- Since assuming the management I ing room in pink. The front ,
t......NNHN..NN 1....NN/MNN.NNNNN.tat: and editorship f of Notable{ >\'
: WHEN YOU ARK CONTEMPLATING Passing oman. than a year ago, Mr Canova vvhpis I II bv the tasteful use of rugs and .

: : (Orlando itcJMrter-Star.: ) hardly 1 past his majority.., has draperies and a profusion[ of tlower ;
getting a Galvam/ed Iron Tank, a new Tin Roof, a Hot Air Furnace, I
1 j With the death of Helen Wilmans worked with great zeal and earnestness The walls of( the parlor were covered '-
i i or any <.f the other metal necessities required 1 to complete a modern :: Post last week goes the pU\H'r| of the and overwork is evidently the ) with hibiscus and l amboo, avery

dwelling. remember that : Faith Cure j pt'oplin Honda Mrs I cause of his present ndition., I striking combination, and! on City Hotel
I j Pint and family have done much for The joung man Ins aiteil Ime-I the center table was arranged a.

\ C. NASH a SONDAYTONA. : Seabree/e, where;: they ibllshed what suspiciously for several! magnifie-ent l) xUtt| of l La Marque v f
I I cult and but little attention aid his least two f Iliault'krall. OPEN All THE YEAR
z :jh 'adquaiter: > for their new was< j' to TOM at cut in
FLA.j rtt'<1 a howling wilderness into actions. At one ocluck' Niturdav I .1 all from Mr-I : ('I.irk's "uii garden -

i Ill'uu\"t little of palatial however, he went to the' .
fair city morning
are best prepared to give prompt and reliable service at prices i
residences and line street home of Judge. C. .\. Itoswell, a .\ delicius fruit j'urn'h and a vanetv ""! Hoard.GEO.
General repair shop on Yolusiaenut', next to the \rmury. the : and 1 of cakes Table .
j Mrs Post in her faith cure was nA stockholder ill Record were served The

L i Phones.' Out of town work solicited worse than patent medicine fakirs awakened the. household \"llI.n center piece of the dining table wasa

1* .N.....N1...............N....................... that are allowed to flourish! and actuaRy being questioned by Judge Uoswell beautiful pyramid ..f Ihtti hers
'f I kill people, while Mrs Posts the young man could give no reason rO'ot's. H. MATTHEWS
:-\eabr\ and Daytona iVadi I
4 ....................................................* I treatment if it did not cure at least whatever for his visit at that hour e/e the werewell Pkoi'kii:row.a .
represented in gatheringand
;,1 j. J. B. GARRISON It. I II. TAYLOR did not kill. But she was sub- of the night, which fact: was takento I the hours, from three t' ttve --- ---- -

electricI; I *. j jested to persecutions from the l. w i prove conclusively that he was were the most J pleasant of the "lavII '. ....................................................
2 until he lost all of her p osssesswns. unbalanced! He was taken care of I : .: t.L'I.b.. ;' rer._ + "I'rl, \, n'gL: ; Mm 'Lln'r''r. tie-t.I :
-, ; i from this ihup shows IIOT square- 2 I Col Post her husband, died some until this: morning when he was I \'. Bracev has a small but very : PORT .Mil.I: :
r j t ly and honorably we transact our 2I time ago, and Mrs. Post who held taken to M. \ugustine Sincere regret -11 promising fall garden at his residence i- 7.:' :

:,> Jr :. busine special Electrical attention repairs Those receive 2 II out so long against the grim reaper is l'rt.tit'l.1: at his condition: I.n. South: Beach street He is t :.. t. :StJ...'..i'L..,-.1-:....,-+-.\-, ,,=,i..1.(4' S.\\\. .Mill.."?, vitrtn Ollllli I.u '+ 2 b will alone has to a using turnips and beans and .: .Cl ; L..I1..f
- who employ us never worry about } power gone snap} : 1 ISI.I r. :
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11 our charge, and they know before : world of better thoughts. Her "Conquest his: polo leans 1 anl cucumber} vines jot.;;.._.. ..., .I u. 11'1\1.rkl. ,n'.m*V-'btiorr tmr .i to I .
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: i engaging us that our workmanship :I of Poverty"will keep her memory *\u intimate knowledge: of the are as fine and thrifty as! could \Ie, : .tt::::: .- .' .|...& an.1 ,'A" luakiljt : _
:1. : will be the be t. : alive for many years and when building interests of this !locality desired The pole beans are replacing I 'bpl"'U'! .

yr 0:: Co. : it comes to looking at the question: cf will saveou many anovames, and a spring planting from : \\r,1t ." 1",) G ; ." ll ."' .. .. \I ., 'a:. r.irt you P.I.\, ". ::
I Q.zr: Daytona Electric : life's burdens the faith cure for ills perhaps extra coats. Let us :advise I which was harvested 11eNl quarts:: A : t'ua'rl'r. J i.;:,,: Iiilil: .1. .n. \lJt .uil :utter) t., :

.:j .) 232 South Beach Street 2 id not such a far cry from good sound with you. It costs: you nothing J I Leans, and this( : off two rows hers: *. 1 MALSBY\ [ COAiPANY 1 \I 4I.\lL\N"tlt T.\h.rI'h-hcet., OIOWHA f.

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; I points Arrested for Embezzlement.M. I Wanted WOOD
I DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS Port : for Students PINE

II. Johnson, colored, who has

I t PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Port Orange, Sept IS- been filling A. L. Reid's place as
held a Earnest and honest ones, to avail themselves
f T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor Sparkman and daughter! i, FOR SALE
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I. }I. I tailor for The Globe was arrested : of the superior advantages offered -
home and Miss t Jessie! and I

! Elmo Dupont, have also j Tuesday by Deputy Sheriff W. E. by

; THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY Miss Anna Turner left for. who are i! Williams! of Orange County, on a $Z and $2.50 a Strand

t ( INCORPORATED ) i DeLand Wednesday. : charge of embezzlement and was ROLLINS COLLEGE,
Mr. |
I t. Thos. Smith, who has been \ delivered from Hut,-hm-
taken by the deputy sheriff ,
on
Va., returned home Friday Mrs. i i I away Winter Park, Fla.

I f' ." Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona Florida, as Second Class Matter. was accompanied by his son own ', the afternoon train. The, specific son's Wood Yard, west of

! t. We tender them a welcome to :, charge is taking money at various
:' 1 Classical, Scientific, Music, Art, Modern -
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vLaitiagj.: railroad on Magnolia( aen
lage. i times on a suit of clothes which the
t' uly. is Languages, Expression Business
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one year ._. .. ... f i J>o Joseph Ross is visiting; his I, I! buyer never received. Johnson j[ and Stenographic Course of high grade.

! ', One copy copy copy three eU moctba months-.::::::=:::::::....:::::::::=::::.::::::::::::.:::::::::::=:--:.-......: ...75Cue 10 Mrs.Mrs.Vass Bert and Pacetti Mrs. ,Parrott.her ;1 i ret i I i t show however claims, with considerable in Most attractive Fine and healthful and all surround!field and ue.

t friend, of Ponce Park, were : of truth, that the clothes were { gs. gymnasium J. A. Hutchinson
i ADVERTISING RATES. Mrs. made i water sports. Good board] and moderI -
for
I tLe Hardeman House l last '\ i complainant and that two j I' ate _ _u
L DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman \' payments were made on them for expenses. -- -
( Myrtle For full information and room reservations -
Rite per inch per insertion to regular advertiser.. ...... ............,.-_10 cents to their old home vest of the Nee- i which he gate his receipt, that he '' address J. T. LONG
i :' Rate per inch per insertion! for I less than three month!................ ...._ --la cents The Seventh Day .\dnnt :, j'' then heard
, iii Rate per inch per insertion for single insertion...... ........_..............__._.._30 cents 'eind a car of lumber for no more from the pur- Dealer in
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; READING NOTICES OH LOCALS. which they have commenced. 1 I are >j chaser for over sixty days, and that, !>t HON. W. R. O'NEAL,

t. Rate per line, each insertion.. ....,...._ ........................._................._..._. .IU cents John Tedder and family : Dana the clothes were then sold as i i. cus- Orlando, Florida. Fine Groceries

I I r RATES FOR CHURCHES LODGES, ETC. the Shaver cottage. I j I tomar\. ____ _u ,
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All club, society organization, lodge and church notice:t, other than n-hgious Millard Pattillo went to : who ----...- ,..
Johnson
release} NN.
,f r' services, 5 cents per line. Cards of thanks 50 cent! each. Ke" '*itiii:<, :5 tents Sunday to meet his inter, I 1 j1 j1who on the I j i iI was on bail and N Choice Aleats.
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G per line. Legal advertising at legal rates.GENERAL will visit him and Mr. I i I Tues- > is again back at work. | Niik H. "aOPTICIAN. |

>. PROVISIONSNo .. L Pattillo. t I|: : I will keep a choice e of"ui, ,I'* er

rt single charge for display advertising of any kind less than CO rrnt :Sato J.lltin.rrrintl h'> 'i at I 1 1K !I= lee and Florida and) western meats: :
f Good position given every advertisement. extra thargeof 2 'fiitsr u< b Will Burn Coal. .
{ will be made for ads with specified positions. No filial pue-itiviis. given on a.i" 'v. l',llf. I'I always OH, hand.] Ooreer Fair..iew
d11r.
I leu than five inches. Hro.bm left Sunday A spur was recently run in from P= and St. Phone T1.+

t No advertisements accepted for the first page. t .. ;..t I.t r dan htcr, Mrs. H. : t the F. I II. C. Railway the rear of :::: f 1 ::!: avenue, Daytooa -
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Extra advertisements of -- --
charge: made on display containing an arerag. tor I -
than 30 words to the inch. rt .' ill. I the Electric Light Plant anion 1 this ii.. -1 1.> a' ::::

All bills payable on the first of each month. l' "- :Smith who baa been : Mrs. C. i! rack k the .. A full line of
I is
'.i-i .:a* 'imc budding a \ I V W. i j. management baring ex- I.!! n
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SATURDAY SCPTEMBLK 21 I, 1'07f '" .fI' :;, put her in the river I i, J t I r tensive sheds constructed] to covert is i I Eyes Examined 1'' see.t ::

\,... ton a good time. i' Cal-) j 11 large bins for the storage of coal i :L: flAt I
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f ............................ DaS tons IVa.-ti. Nj.t. IS-Mr*. Ttoi : I t.. ..t* cottage. | II| wood l with coal as fuel the present I ;g Hark'r Jewelry Store. g MIy'

sack tack from < teals where the has The work train was here Tu : atj I', and thereafter ':===== i| i
: SEABREEZE and : season use coal tclusively. \-
I littn 3'b.it with her LuUu >
:
on lLy have fornn-d a brass t! to

The J, G. Hrown tore buikhag, leo.; tM-lfl '''r. Tuesday '

: DAYTONA BEACH: P. Johnson, contractor: is competed eottitn ncl! [plaving at their i'I j ed II The plant consumes an enormousquantity 0. S. BURNETT, Carriage Varnishes

with the exception of doors and windows nearly evervbotly in town | Brad of wood in the winter sea-
i .......................... : which were ordered some time them. been I Tailor.
I averacing fifteen cords day and i
.' Seabreeze Sept. Is-Mrs. A. W. Towers ago. but have not jet arrived. Brad I per ,,! and Colors.
in the
4 will make her home with her sister, Mrs. Hogan and dauhter110: have Hull, |' summer seaMn between four ,{ Orders Taken for Royal Tailoring
:- Mrs. Chas. F. Burgman and family until been located on Soabreczr avenue for Ormond. I IOrmond. :)i'Viand five cords, and' Sul t. E. L. ;I,

i the Princess Issena is completed. two months past t.left Tuesday morning ; I II Gunu says it is becoming more and| ': 'Cleaning{ Pressing: Altering and Also gs dti \\ixed\

Lake their home at EustL Mrs. Hogan :Septt 1,-}' I I of ( : Indies and Gentlemen .
I Maynard Bond came over from t tf 'ire- j ;more difficult to secure the requisite' : Impairing for i

p I? Helen last Thursday and spent the i ii i taught a kindergarten das! in mtu-ic formerly of Ormond but now j i n and' |j amout as needed. In order to avoid[ I We tall for :and
while here.Mesdamrs. Gorda where he is: doing a : : ,
beach
the Mrs
night with his family on i j j1
: ,, 'I I any shortage of fuel during the bus r''! deliver all goods.jCottag '
f Mrs. Bond and her children Miss Minerva : Livingston (two families;. busines*, has Lice visiting ,I I Buggy Paints

; S and Master Frank, leave Wednesday -j. who have been ocTvpyinj Blarney Castle week:, stopping with his I lerdayI season they are laying in a large. II I '- Avenue<< D.\\"rox.11...\.

t for Lake Helen. Miss Minerva sill I I on the each, left for CainesvilJe; Tues- S lr!. F. I'. Hall. .. ( friend: I supply of coal, Cta1< > ) tons, though | _.

r take her second year's course at Stetson.. j j I day! morning.J I Chas Maurice, of .\|>oka, 1 !j : and j just at (present this also is slow Low Tiles for ptember. carried by
Dixie J Alice Daugherty to DeLand'Tuesday been at the beach for a few :, '
Mrs. S. S. Jones is es
t having I I g i { ; work, owing to a M-arc-itv of
i Lodge repainted,the furnishings though- where she will enterteUon turned] on Saturday, very ( of the I tran" >ort .it. I............................. 1):00: Si:

: out, and the house put in perfect readiness i! for a business course. I with the East Coa.t.J ) at 1 | I Sep 2.................. .....-.- S.5: 'JlSet. : 'iI

# for Miss Russell! and her inter I J I After a few days "stay w ith hu, family, i 5. Frances' is painting! ) prill1 | --- 'P 3............................. 9'j-l' 1010'fI : Bingham& Maley CO.
I I J J. J. Miami trees cotta which! gins it a \ 1 ;
guests. i\ Bishop returned to Sunday : :; LiSlol .............._........ :- I L.'t..
Mrs. A. W. Powers has placed an order II Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mcffert and 1 their fire appearance. | Prof Old firm es. I t ;..........._........11:32: .......

to the amount of $2000 with Bingham i interesting family of children: after a I The telegraph fiends are r I : 1 llekanii, Hit firm t>t Peck ,\ Footer! vvhichha ac'p 0...............:.............12115: 12:16 L FURNITURE UNDERTAKING

t. t A Maley, furniture dealers, for fur ,r" summer spent on the beach, will lean stttmg: their unsightly poles, ; j \\ell, of > done lm,.inos in Davtotta/ for ;0.1' -...._..._......_......1" '..1., I"):"-0) I" -

t, nishing the Princess Issena. j 1 for their home in Ocala tomorrow. MrMeffert I the tr'.:", etc. t : .Mr:*:* ', the .illt' > has dissrlrtpartdrrrllip : 1'1.' ................ ..... ..... 1 ::!3 1:33:

; Dr. and Mrs. Leland left l last Friday' : who has been to and from Dr. Nelson Iranciaarrived: | i m thej j i last : t n vears.' :;'1) 9........_...,..._...... i'j 2:13 5 DRAWER
: !I afternoon for Charles City, Iowa, several I I I Tuesday% r 'P 10........_ .. .....-........ 2:3.: ; ::::53I
: .. days earlier than at first expected. j i especially enjoyed the lost; few days ofi f Undinga; patient, }having '- : hmg :.till. Peek, retiring 1't'.k.X: Foster St'p 11...... ............ ... .... 3:1: :! 3:31'I : '

;- They anticipated stop-over at Jacksonvole I'i I'h is stay on the beach bass fishing there from Marke, In* bornf' r 1!, commence-d l sixteen jears ago in the I!I ;:;" 1) I: .......... .... ............ 3j3: ..: I SWING e -

: Atlanta, Chicago and other intermediate Dr. E. \V Frazier and wife, whi have <; for ......_..... .... ... a
: I > Trice and his SOD, gnux-ry hll.int"'o.l Four jearn ag.j'tliev 'JI 13. ... ... -1:3. ;)::11

s Mrs. Edward points. the trained nurse in attendance 'had weeks rooms past,at were Ocean summoned Spray for home several to k evening.0rri\'l..1. Mr from Price New came I | ; 'IMK.UH.H* Loot. bramhtd out into the clutlnng'e :' Sep ::1.::::::::=..::::::::::::::: :: lil: h 7; ,' MACHINE e

Fost' Arcadia the serious illness of Mr.. iMi-int and about a '
during Mrs. Wilmans- s I by this season in order: to place lb }t'3rlgtl they 'JI Irl............... ............. ;:10 ::S1 $15.75
1 J lat illness, has accepted a position in j Frazier: father, Andrew Green |as t- school], at Kollins College. r : 1[ +'iuto n, : Wd out their CPU-TV ilf(:aitinet ti> ; I' 17.................._......... ;)3 !fA;'

the Daytona Sanitarium. master of that town. Ilev. II. 1) haw Y<:I- r the Miller :Stn-Inn (v>', retaining j ; 'p 1 .........__...__.. ....1U.o10IS: WITH OCR _

f \Vm. Baylor and his brother, Dave; Mrs. Spain and her two daughter and Union Church on Sunday; { ', tin: I; their clothing More Ia>t sumiiiprs ::1' I; ........... .. ._........11 ::0.1 III! I 10 Year WarrantyThis

... are enjoying a visit from Lewis Baylorof Mrs. Smith; and children, who have instructive: lesson: on the :; say i they l'uluj' the elegant brick rtarp 1 I .U..... ....._.... ...........11:5s ........ .swell U a front high-rratta.table,with absolutely taM mmtn TvliaU inter machine "-
North Carolina brother been with Mrs Harroun fur .
an elder visiting several Two Sauls Saul the son of J : : for ; :Sep 21........_..............1:31: : I l:5ac : 7 !J. cabinet i.mad of .olij oak sad handvmw .
whom had for months, returned their borne i ii in ; then an-nou oixupiing.Mr i desi. ned. Each macluiM: u nirfuHr: adjuntrl I.
they not seen twenty to P"U' and I II
", : .&ul.r Tarsus." : 1 1'{ :!!..._..._........._ ...... 1:17: 1to: ready for we. ItbaA aeomJlIet4t"ac< Mwwi,

three years. Lewis Baylor fought under i, Palatka the latter part of last! week. 'j Mr W. : I Pek, who retired (from the I :-c.p Z3............................. 2.111; 2 61, attachments. u light running.. This, atnoJuUlr machine auhitactutilnattf. .WB.-mi>......I
j A.
the Confederate flag during the four Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Senior, <>f Ocala, j Lang was: i i firm Monday has no definite plans! Sep 21. .. : 3:1'tp for 10 veara and will do any and all kuwl.l avwinif.
years of Civil War, and came out without I ff I Friday afternoon She was i '! :::::: :::: : ;; I Ir You may try itbOdajro, and if yua d> L. t
are visiting with their family at one : i for the future. He will remain i in | 2,5. ..:::=:::::::: 3:5: $ find it to be better than any 135.00 wcloiae.| w.
l ; a "!(:ratch" as he expressed it. He I the I.ettie Jobn,.on .n Sro aI the O't"lnith two lady | i! S dl refund your_'.
cottages .
; is in his 73rd is hale and able I big breaker threw.' her ei her : j I V. I'. ,' Davtona, at least for the winter, and ;- I Send today fur complete DlustrattJ. cata1L.,, f.-
year; ti breeze avenue.Cement 27.::..:. .. ... .. b'5 full. ,dctaU J lafonnatiun,alau fir .w r .apvt.i.1
i do a man's work. lIng unable/ to rice she !!(' > ] I Hollv vjdecide! between now and spring'i 'rasp *ff.r. _
;
I front steps, which have ju..t I t Sep ...... .:.:..::...:..j-j1 1 [: 1
Dr. Newton came over from DeLand I help after going under the i what his future plans will] be. It i is : Anderson Hardware Co.
been put down, has improved the appearance i Grp r ..... .... .. ... : : ,.. .
j Tisit C'assius Smith (.- i Wualw.etkwtarr Ifec-lur C..r.3& <
on a with his wife and !sister i in one of the Bard cottage of the to..e
Clarendon happened in bathing :'
cottages. :
breeze avenue. I ; I to again embark in business here
\ \ ;.
((
1 Miss Crocker arrived the latter partof came to the rescue. She was : j

i last week from a year's absence Mr. Jem j'gen, jeweler of (;Lunesv'illewhile / ing und compfctt ly ,! ]: :> II 15. Foster: who retains the store, : State

It, abroad, but more recently from New fishing from the ocean p iu Monday cu...l. I \\anl|, i will organize a stock company, tak- Institutions for Higher Education.

t t. York, and received welcome had the misfortune to drop hL g',Nf i I in his Earl : -- -- -
a warm !I sub Gfing, son Foster who lusj ------ -

f t from her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. watch in the ocean.Rev. Holly Hill. : been with the Miller-:Struhra: C')., University of the State of Florida |! FLORIDA FBMAI.U
E t Crocker, and a large number of admiring and Mrs. D. II. Uutter were the I COLLC '' ', Xe the past Mr. Foster is on old I
\i ve-ar. i
l! friends. pleased recipients a few days ago of a Hill Mr. Gainesville, Fla. j ji Tallahassee! Fla.
Holly Sept. 19-
I Miss May Bond, of Daytona, was via generous basket of fruit, of which there | ::, :', Ll},x'k j resident of [Davtona) and enjoys the''esttem 'i
1 John hallow and son*, who : i A high grade institution: for
iting with relatives on the beach one were seven varieties; and lowers from t :\ : :: ': and confideiH-e of all. The ,1 young A college fur woott-u, without a parsi-
Ion the beach, -pent :Sunday J tarn, otTeriug; Literary, Srkntiftc: Fgineeriag : -
r t day the latter part of last w'e L. I Major Russell, who made the K>iig wa'kj!'of Mr-. U. II. Heath] 'I new company should be a strong i! : Agricultural ao lStrong Pedagogical} lei HI the South, etnbraciuc a college of

.f News comes from New York that from his farm to the cottage occupied t! There onei '. I UJjeralrt, a School for Teachers, a
was a candy pull at i Uwr
+es. I
' i
t I John Bianchi, whom everybody likes, by Mr. Hutter and family to pre-tnt' I I i r! School of IndiMtrutlrta, a SravoMl of
jingers on Monday night, : ,
I) ( t has been sick, and that Mrs. Bianchi the gift in person i I' quite largely attended, a I K. II II j I II ::- f"fwty"n; f'tfU ped labs i i i Fiu Aria, iacludi g futtuto, Fie organ,

may not, on that account. get: here in Miss Irene Pcnuington, assistant high ![ patent from Kingston, lie( I tory; t borough natruetioo both then violin, voice: culture, fauruuou amid p&yiietil "
-
I t October as she had anticipated. Mr. school teacher of the peninsula: school, I'elsewhere.1, : : :a i- | \\eJJinx Bells. ., rttifeil and practical; careful super'.ision culture, a faculty of .bhTtttVkm > s.teohatsin

I! I Bianchi has the community's good}I !I expects to arrive today from M. Augustine -1| Miss May MabUlt '\ Ka-tj: i I Acry pretty voiding oeciired and dixrifJuKhib; moral tow.N'o aU d..rbnfoat

I B wishes for his speedy recovery.N I she will be pleasantly located i( night: from hr summery aironi- I Sunday morning, abo t ten" o'clotk : tuition charges to Hwrklj Mu* Y rre.ifwcttOB ('hu, .. Gr special to.
H. S. Gaines, popular traveling sales with Mrs. Mary Herrick the ; G. :
i coming Washington: I>. C. she \\ :| !, when Miss Miriam de itz. Other expenses low
X. very
I 1LaH8a": ia fine
I ) arts rntoud
fur the to
man Armour
I Company, visit eD school jear. Miss llalliciav, '}lfJilI' I anltd from Jacksonville by ; Jr., of a IkJ&j I'IIMMH.
his wife at the Clarendon from I Ii ; united i in marriage to .1. O. Walbc-e. J ForcataJogw and further" ittfort New .
i t Friday also board with Mr* HerricW. is expected :;- ,: Capt. It. K.: Hose! of TI&Jlaba. 1: :: e>f ,I a.r bwldiftgii ia cu rof toni
i until Monday. The company has supplied i to arrive from take Helen Sat- i \\ \\etherell: Sr.. and '; of :avannah Ga. at the' hone of 'r tion, aiJtJro"' i: ruction Write fur rabaloJl1H'
I i I ) .1. 1 i' I'
Mr. : :
laines'ith launch that
a so I urdav- :, Mrs. Kalph \dkinron are e }lee I parent, lira and MrF. :S ,\:\ DKhWI.LDI; President.
he can do from j A. .\ K1MIHEK.:. !'
a large amount of business be .idnt
I ) Mrs. heating and family leave VntL.i tr dy from Scranton, la. j i Kobarts, Sr in North Davtona.
.
Florida
waterways. Mr. and Mr". for their home in I'alatka, After a thru1months' Mrs. C. .I- Wetl *rdl gave: : ht t'0 : The .
r Gaines treated ceremony waperformed bvllev
their friends, Mrs. and
stay on the beach. afternoon ;
arty Monday net
I Miss Crocker and Dr. D H gutters: jia-tor of the ME. ." .
TerwilLgtr to apleasant : "
V Walton M. Davis, wife and (hildtr n,. i four o'clock: in celebration of I I : ".",, "HI r-t''t' f't V"tJt
', river trip Sunday afternoon. : arrived here Sunday. I I anniversary of the birth of Church, a"sl"tt'OllJy l Kc-v .K:. l. I
Mrs Donald Schrieber, who is occupying ., j on !Hudson[ of the.
Hazel May. (t'Jite a Kingston Chun !'i'.. I
. Capt. I:. E.: Hose from Tallahassee ::
one of the Breaker is : came up ,,
cottages : little folks and some of the and the Lri.I.14 \ I San
given
arras:
Iy<
back from Ocala where she went last ; on a visit to hw family the Mateo
; were present and enjoyed: a \ her father : Cigars
uf the
week to putjier son in school. early {part week. Mrs. Rose I I :
young
nJr ant time. were (ner
children have spent the entire sum :: ) '* Mi F.3DS'Itt'lton.: .
s Chas. Campbell came over from De- :>s <-f liartuw.

Land to enjoy with his family their last : here and are delighted with their stay.' i i'I j|j cream''I' !KTed.,.cake G'jklenrod, nuts, in and of tLe a cousin of the bride", played the'I
Sunday the They (leave for their home in Tallaha-- :J r masses : :; 101! II<> :,
beach.
on Mrs
Campbell 1 wedding march aDd Have
a pleasing floral dec-oration. her: little ui-n..: Made
and Miss nee today I '. ;
f., Irene, also Miss Margaret: Anderson 'I received unite| a number of : ;, Lilian and Lwile RoUirls. a< tol I asei t
t returned home with Mr. Camp Ray Selden lift Tuesday on a !hort Miss Etta Lofburg who (' I'
flower
I I
i. girls.
bell Monday. visit with friends at I't'Land. HHI I '
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with her uncle, Edwin: \\ t
I C. Bohannon, Greenville, l'y., left 11 I j, father will look after his business white i I I: family, exjwcts: >{ to return to of :1 The rooms, were tastefully d e..s.- A Reputation ofTheir

for Atlanta Tuesday afternoon, afteri ,, Ray takes a summer outing./ Dd.aot, rated for tIle occasion with a profusjyn -

i spending several. days Mailing with Mr !|I )ir!. tt. Davis and baby and Mr*. .1 1.1 j j i I The framing Saturday.the : l of flowers. .

M. E. Eaves and family, on Ocean iV.. .\crt't', of Orlando, hare taken one> :! erell launch has been coaiJ[ i'r .\ bounteous
I wedding feast
I
: l was'enjoed
boulevard. I II of the Stewart cottages for .\ few week! [! i position reversed in tie.' the Own.
t Mrs. Orchard, of Jacksonv die, U visiting i Mr. Ihivia, came over with his family to I iniidework. She promises IVxtort. by assembled cotuiuny['

Mrs. II. E. Williams at the Haighresidence i see that they were comfortably ]Drat t'd i handsome: boat and nothinc I )Marsh and after" a drive about the city and

on Ocean boulevard. i but returned to his business: the day !I i, class material w ling! used in ; vicinity this. being lira I Wallace s The Muresif: .; tlie iSan Mateo Cifjur is

Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk sister und two :j f"lIowing. They made the trip by nut o-structwn j j!', t first visit t.. Daytona. the 'bridal] the OH-' of

children returned to Ocala! Sunday, after i i!II mobile, and enjoyed it very much. 1 j I J Ruth: ant l Albin Linburg, of holds ,i, couple departed on the afternoon greatest: industrial) triumphs; of the EastCou' ..t
I
l Uol-
in 1 1 I
a season spent in the Os>ceola cottage. : }Ir. and Mrs. Herndon and brother, ;, are with Mr.[ and! )Ir!. C. r. ', train for Savannah where inre i the freeze.

r Mrs. F. C. Britton has gone to Green;-I J I Edward: Lane, after a brief stay here, ;, for a several days snit with1! lace Mr Wal- '

t boro. X. C., where she will spend the I J I hne returned to Sanford II i coUsiii before s' hooi opens. -su n, ', i.; a sergeant of I police: and Made from the rboivctit

,;-" month visiting with friends and reU-1 I'I Miss :Maude Strother I leaves Saturday :', Hev. Kirk, of Daytona ] ] down where they will make their h mite -. ) of I Florida and growth of tobacco that tW.ula llUD
| the
lives \ !' len expected: U* I'reah:1t: There were a Island of Cuba. can produce awl
; I I for Coronado to enter apon h -r duties'! .)]. ., :. great many }-'nests, rl l with the .n p--
Mrs. Dora Dayton left last week for a; teacher. '! Church b Brooklyn, where she will spent the I\ j I home, and Kev. 1V.. Ihm? city known the ('igar industry of tk world has
month visiting with friends. ,I' After a long anti tedious illness' Mt *. !! \"i,.itii.g his daughter, Mrs. M. I throughout this !>l'.ti'.n All never prodwrJ bettor ......
Krne-t: Mills: is ,, ainH..I! enough to the relatives Fur sale aU))
; ; I I'iit ( filled the I.f the bride in thi1.1.- by the leading buMs and
.. Mrs. II. S. Morruon is enjoying a visit I \ with her nearest: neighbors.; i pulpit and gave a \' ) Newt. ( club ami by tkrUaHni
from her mother Mrs A. M. Spencer of ;: j I e-.tm?; -ermon. Hereafter. : cality were present and two ..f her 'om any on every train catering Florida
There will W
Lake Helen. no sctvkes at the IdhOlIi.t -1; while in Holly Hill, w ill prea<' brothers. Carl T. and W. II KobarN: 'l'1Vdllt't'S
] Church Sunday on account of the first Sunday of the month i ; styli". and( jnidf.i
!' are the first from Alarhua to :->elt('t (
Rev. C. C. Gillett and wife are home al'senir of Rev. Kirk, in 1u '. and! the latt.rf"1II mm.I .
pastor charge. H l.utter: I hav ins rti-oveml I \
again at their residence on North Valley j j The 1 *... of Ci ('ua. awa; also the family"
I city election which tc>v>k pia vcilacv will resume the >eni( I c )lit I S/\LL[ [ gyI.L I
street, after a summer pent in Penn l, Friday, the 13th, to fill the two vacancie i- third Sunday cf each month : Md l'C' of F. S. kobarts': Jr, and l Miss 'lay- Dn/1l.t.ltS: .
!
ejlvauia. + on the board of aldertu resultedm The Sceia1Sing for the > : day of ]lor: front Largo. M I.", .:.a. t t"., oJ ill

The Ladies Circle will meet todaywith I i electing \'. C. Grant; and K.: ('. Hibbari continue to bo beld at the i The bride La a host of friends : S. W. ROWLEY

t Mrs. AlxrcroiuHe at her reaidrnceon ( who} were qualified! at the n' uar and) Mr"! C .F. \\tthtrel! Sec. here who wish the SANINATLOi
I : j t lt > LORIDAr
voting
4 Valley treeU meeting Monday night. vn cul| a j
l sags ateven o'clock :: .:,. Lug life vf wedded happiness 1. ..
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l t.......11I. . \k receiving se 4
/i i i u. Miss Julia Caldwell has resumed I C. G. Strohm of the a

Local her position at the Electric Light Co., made a short business paint

_. :. Paragraphs. : Plant. Jacksonville the fore ( I I : n left Thursday Lard is

.ti.U.ti...t.......I...I.... Miss Mabel Saxon spent several I week. I She will return no respecterof

Our watch saleft'from Sept. 190G days with her sister at :New Smyrna''' The fishing at Keating's i .

to Sept. 1007 hare more than the fore part of the week. ; very good again. A catch Tallahassee has

doubled. There is but one explanation five fine bass was made stomachsNo
prescription
Mr. and Mrs. as
Henry Piepgrass returned -
-our prices have been right. Saturday.
.
Wednesday from shorta- :
a 1
Let talk
us watch to you
L. II. HOWE & Co., The Jewelers.C. cation trip down the Coast. :, Mrs. J. N. Robarts I I J who has l been

E. I. Gunn, superintendent of :leave' today tn join her I I in iVnn-yl- one on this green earth can eat nourishing and healthful qualities of

K. Johnston left' :Saturday" for the Electric Light Plant made a I I I West Jupiter[ where he Thursday.) lard-soaked food day after day and not Cotlolene. Even pie, that nightmare of

Asheville\ N. C.,"as a witness before trip to Jacksonville Saturday. foreman on the F. E: C. J: I l : : instructed) un m t. feel its ill effects eventually. You may dyspeptics, becomes easily digestible when

the Federal Court at that place. 0 Fresh garden seeds.HlNRINS 'lettuce, cabbage anti : ? west side uf In:* have one of those iron-clad stomachs made with Cottolene. How many people '

... Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Uiixhttood arrived : The Druggist. ;i, plants ready for : ( Vulusia avenue which will prove unsusceptible for a time, can eat lard-laden pie?

Friday last \\eek. They from .first, in quantities to fcuit. ( : \' '. last wee\ but the hog-fat and its accompanying Ask your regular grocer for a pail of \
spent the summer in Tennessee and I W. H. Kobarts who was up Ball A. Son Dol)tona. !
at Jacksonville. Cocoa to attend his sister's wedding, I I I ): to the rod>ns indigestibility will do its work sooner or Cotlolene and start tomorrow on the way \

returned to that place Tuesday.E. : Mrs Wesley Johnson : store on :North; later. It is an absolute fact that lard- to "lardless cookery." It will insure both 1

*Fresh garden seeds. i i daughter returned simply hog-fat-is indigestible and that for yourself and family better food \
your ,
lotus!, The Druggist. II. Purdy who has been spending I Land, where they have '
couple of weeks here vv ith his of the idiot il it is not fit for the human stomach. better digestion and better health.
a with friends for couple
i a I
t Mrs. Mary Spencer and daughter famit),left Monday afternoon fur ft.r the pur Coilolcne, on the other hand, is made Cottolene shortens your food and !
Miss Julia Caldwell, returned last Mr. and Mrs. J. E: HII orJimnre for tIle'!
Miami.I : : from pure, refined cotton seed oil-a lengthens life.
your
week from Smithfield. !
a l several: weeks'outing 1 at are ".
at Mouteagle Tenn. 1 Fill your cigar case with National the arrival of a tine boy product of nature which is thoroughly Try it according to directions for a

I Stands Black and White cigars their home on the ,' : ) las had I the palatable, digestible and healthful. No few weeks and you'll
Miss Hattie Gwinner returned front of tile :!
Young's Pharmacy month. : I other contains the back lard.
shortening digestible never to
go
the latter
part of last week from a ) prevent th ir'
visit Barto\v Attorneys T. E.: Fit/gerald and Miss Flossie Bingham I'
,: to Tampa and several j (' ;.
other points within the State. Edward: \ F. Gates transacted: legal Sunday from St. .\ugu I
business at Ft. Pierce and Upland been i for : proprietor or COTTOLENE was granted a GRAND PRIZE (highest
she has visiting
For first class work-Dajtona of f I left Sunday fur I II possible award) over all other cooking fats at the
Steam Laundry phone 8. tf Tuesday and Wednesday : weeks with Mr.I and 11 I -- and ph-asuie'' t' recent Louisiana Purchase Exposition, and food cooked
this v\cek. ; Wright. I with COTTOLENE another GRAND PRIZE. ,
Mr. and Mrs J. E. Walters of I ,I iVstm
R. D.) Taylor, of the 1)aytonaEle Carl (J. \\'dlllerH'Ut Home Htlpt" a book of 300 choice recipes, edited s
I Miami sto]>i*>cl here Saturday en- trical Company, has rented one of 1 I) ) .. and infant by Mn. Rorer, it your for a 2 cent stamp, if yea
route from the Jamestown F.iposition : Wednesilav\ for the purj I rt'tllrll'll Sunday': aJJreis The N. K. Fairbank Company, Chicago
H F. Hough's cottages on Cottage
for a short visit with friends ;,I vestigating the celery weeks with A NEW FEATURE-The patent airtight top on this pail i i. for
_ in this city. avenue and with his family removedt : that place, and bee j> .. the purpose of keeping COTTOLENE clean, fresh and wholesome;
it Thursday. I I { at Miami.I ; it also prevent it from absorbing ail disagreeable odor of the
methods) in '
mist ( \
11. T. Coates cashier of the F. K.: I I Tluirvlay grocery such as fish, oil, etaNature's -
O. A. Hitch on Wednesday rented : '
9 |ihie of the best
C. Ry. frieght depot) accompanied i I : "lll'fI.Iil''ut
the W. II. Dyne on First tions the East \ a. I
cottage
,J by hit family made a pleasure tripto on l not satis Gift from the South
avenue to C. M. Smith of Frankfort i i l Dajtnjrfieal Estate .\ I' way I Sunny
Jacksonville l last week returning and condition,
K 3X mlson )
Ind., who has accepted a position | manager ,
Tuesday of this! week. I L T .
with the Peck-llendricks Co. jr F. N. Conrad '\ : tap with -==
(
tRexall Rheumatic Cure atYonng'lI evening from New York I i Einmire at
of Atlanta is
i j Harvey Waugh a i ii
Pharmacy. had been spending a .' : i
| visitor on the l each for a time Mr. i
Leon Detipland and KOD, 1-fon, arrived -i I Waugh is well known hero, having I lie was accompanied by i! .xJ't..tg to leave '1.

1 Friday i f last week from I been in the employ of the Atnood''i rail, of Cilenwood; the or three weeks'i Norman S. DaytonREAL

Jamestown, II. I., where Mr. iVs-) Pharmacy about four years ago. <: of Volusia County. : and pleasure :

plaud has had. charge: of the Motel Illiveriincaid, who has been C Nash A :Sun has Philadelphia, 'j t

Thordyke during the summer. 'I for hot air : East {
visiting his brother James Kincaid installing a 1t:4 j I ESTATE.

MrlJ.' E. J. Hull sjient several days on Yolusia avenue for about a \\'t-k.\\ Asa Paine residence' on : ) ., returned 1 to this j
last week with Mrs. Barker avenue and the :\ \' .
on departed Monday for the CJulf : I at Gainesville, !
Mrs. Huff i same i is now l eiiig OVire of bugs-rty. Ist'hoer) south of |ostofiicr. W. II. EDMOXI )-
Ridgewood was
avenue. Coast t. where he is engaged in the! I I has trptd'
>;MN. Miniver: Davton.i.: Fla. Plain, Fstiulatesand: l
i enrouta from Idaho here she had phosphate' business.E. air also putting a hot air I Ie% Dr.) S. 31

[ been visiting, to her home in Lake I the Ivy tane addition.fSlep t business Snpe'riuternles.es'. Lumber yard Magnolia) Avenue and i
Helen. A. Lloyd returned Saturdayfrom I ry : I 1l:' C. C.::ulway. Phones at office, yanl awl re-lilt-rice. For Women\
L I his visit to the lath ami shingle r in and )look at who has 'Wii in j I 1

Miss: M. E. Drown, w hu for several I of new silver in Clark's
mill near lake Helen anti I ..sx-ut| er shop on lV. e h
)has hell the position of assistant ease berry, salad.! and I I
years Sunday with his untie, E. Dillingi i ; (' YA: i is at I

principal of the tI'hoolllt're. returned liam Ieari Monday) afternoon for ; t'.I.lllIe.t. : -. to Tlieivsna .

Thursday from her vacation I his home in Knowille outing at SjuceUnd and oilier |point !, mention. Just' (the i>la> I :: .
For Rent Winter I KMlT-S( handsomely "
iu Indiana. < I MM' the bridal gift. .i'
furnitillt'lllltta t.:;, 7 rooms: I ;.\1111 IVctti :: TRY THECAZETTENEffS I
re-I
What is Lily Water? Call athe and bath, t'lt'.tri'ligllt. stove or furnace :The Halifax "' t in Ponce '. :. woman who must

electric light plant. : IU'al. Address any agent or I I ering big cut prices for after a several : : G \ JOB ROOMS 1 this
home
.. Col. C. M. Bingham and daugher I: \V. B. Chittenden 1I.1 .toU\: 1-1 Iw |I on furniture and. house L"f.: and 1 Mrs. .lames : stay at summer

Miss Bessie, went to St. Augus- Word has recently Ix-eu received |I| Will pay you to call all I ) i i' avt-nuo !< .I I' might just as well make up

jne Saturday afternoon for a visit here of the death of Mrs. O. C.1| fillu if }'Oll' ixvd ) 'I With an order for your ,next ,lot t |ofStatlcner' her) mint! to l.l'o asromforht-
[ith Mr. and Mrs. F. B Wri ht. Col. !i line. North 1 cacti) I'M: 'n ford I.a..u'I .
Moore, mother of J. B. Moore, who : Me die under the
to Poit i : as :! can
returned Sunday night i Odinn's market.i | trance
ingham I I
class work
lest
owns a winter home on Ridgewoodavenue ) i : at |
Miss Bessie make \ \\"t'llnt'Ktl:1y. Tliev i 'eiri-umstaiu'e- V tool
caving : : to a more : :;. *
Mrs. Moore died at herjlmjrte Miss A. M L Hobbs .
and I had
client)
[tended'isit.. I Hartlord, (''onn.Sept. l It( >th. !I night from a two lU( cv in orevallo. red |': : Moderate\ prices. IJ white dress) for the afternoon

E. L. Shear is constructing a 31 M/I-I,/ A. II. Schmidt has been recommended | Maiden)& Mass, Prime I I | %\II. tnmt and :+111..11N..1..1..111111....N.111N1111............* : and a pair of our
Eiarrtl cement reservoir: in the rear of land. and other points. I
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for apoinlnient( as Battalion) : white C'iUl'l.shol's to go
fur the of
steam laundry, storage
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Quartermaster and Commissary ith also spend a wctk ...... ... ......**........* ....*.*...*,.ea+.a.;.... *
iiu water and the waste distilled : Mr,. Leon Dcspland at I ('II. is oil- with the dress, are hot weather -

ter from the plant for use in the the rank stall of Second of Major Lieutenant Morris.on Mr.I the I I Thordvke', Jamestown, I R: : (>t1 for next wick !': I GEO. P. JOHNSON I II necessities t that even

filers soft water being much Let- turns much iR-nc-fite-d by Ittws furnishings, *
I Schmidt will take his examination I i the stay-at-homes) : may en'joy. -
fr for that purpose than the arleia o and !stet' this firm i,
on his return from New York. -For general house I: CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER I '
water which in time destroys ; dress postotfitv IMIX I: I in this: line i I II : .
be boiler. Mrs,1.:. ('. Jackson, her daughter next to < >urn's '; *
I'rn-es white
I Sir ad. elsewhere.Mr. ) DAY I UNA I5I-ACH: I'l.ORIDA.( I on our canvas
-Digger and better loaves at the Miss Nellie, son George and their I I j jI I Ii ** t shoes reduced to
I
returned and Mrs C. W. Sc:- : j
Edward Payne, to '
Jay tona Bakery. guest I P. Hudson left i| I Kstimatfs. I Furnished: on Shuttoti'e.. .
Palatka Monday afternoon after a'of Cocoa, are located \\ i *
1 I.i, e-alle-! $1.00 $1.50 and $1.75
Miss Marie sister of Mrs. i j
Rice a prolonged: sojourn in this city. :Mrs. : on Orange avunu :- ) I I I ,
1' F. Jihb and well known !; of Mr Hudson I Alloik done in a strictly tir t-i'1tss manner. *
quite j : :
Jackson Itht't'll: oecupving theSpencer !i! maker. who i is a nephew, I i! ''a and ue've the
pair got
brother) of
visited with Mr. and I : f }J : is a {
ere. having on North I Beach W. O'Brien) comes to ))) i ii *
cottage : !
)
: I and they nvere' Atfeiit for Stairway I Dust lonit'rs.: best fitting nsxirtniejit iu
tLb for some time this summer street i the intention of making ) I II i : : !<
tda married last week in Jac-ks'm. if he can secure ) i I ) Mrs. Carroll on **...*. .***.*..************ ************************** town.

o 'YanteJrompt.'tellt man to 1 -- ---- --- --- -
lIe! to T. W. Ilulhesayoung bIe si- I a house" painter but \\ I

Jess man of that city. The wedding'j jras 'pick, wrap and |Im iack a steal orange uj> other) work in order to'litlsville . . . . THE GLOBE

a quiet one, only a few immedijite j I'crop of four or five hundred "boxes. I here: IK intendsto ,

t friends being present. Address J. M. Paikhurst, Bulow, : has omipit-ted the Daytona Ice Company :

I I: Florida. I i-'nv '!' "vive room cottage ; l mill. Mr I ,

Fresh 1 1I.'HI'.I1.garden seeds The I>niK ist. I I It The Halifax River Livery and !I I tt.millgdl.II i T. M.CJellan., at a 1 llar work Hoeigli in PURE ICE SEABOARDAir
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Ri\ for the om- Line Railway.
Transfer Company James I Made from Distilled Water.
W. II. Edmondson had} a stalk of I manager, has just completed' the S. II. love has at his} : Fae'tory corner lailr"1.1: l ant. Vulusia, avenue. 4- ;Savannah, I Columbia. Camden, SCHtlicrn -

e\ at tail milieu on display last weekt I i {Minting of a delivery wagon for the tcouple: fronds with Bbnchand who o . . . . Pined, KaliegL, KkkoKiMl,

f; the Norman S. Dayton Real Es ;( Southern Express (\I., which i is avery ;'from the date palm public !schools here Washingtun, Kaltimoiv. "...-
ateoffic.t' that in the -- --------
was gruwn the --- New Y.rk
creditable lit't.t of work. They Craig's: place on I* from tier I home at kl.bia, ,
liauunotk laud west of town by M 1. the tracks used at trt'ai: planted, many
recently Itaintdthe i the : B. STETSON UNIVERSITY
I : aiid was guest JOHN
II. Xuber and measured fifteen feetand
i depot for the same company and I|I.T. D.Mitchell I i Mrs W. IktereMHl: and, Mrs.I I Two Elegant Trains Dttilj
three inches from the ground to are now engaged in painting: antiretronmuing I father and it i is pic-l,.' South Riditnvootl i"i I C''t i .1.1.1,1:'i I::> \M' i Ii, \K I'U;i n \n vi. :si IIIM ,IS s'tiEJs )aril l lprcssModern ::

the tip. This i is almost equal to"Jaik's vehicles in ; date tree in tlli :; D :LAND: ILOklDX.Aftilliated .
their
In-aring
own [ \
!bird i is much Sl'dhoanl hi il!
(
.; bean stalk and is a sample 1 ( quite an With the Universitr ol Chicago.
for the winter c-onsequeMitly
preparation season.NoTU I !
.. of what can be done on our rich II I COLLLIILOFLIL't.ItALAItIS-TIs'-tlimlardsar! | -' th-w nf tin* tntu'rsityof PullmanJAMESTOWN Equipt>ie...
feature.'Wantel3
: l lie fi'luat. "I\j01.lwor .j.! .,. fnnii Inith :s't..t+< 1L11.1! ''tli-
haminock) lands.1fementber K.: I will not responsible and Miss Lillie 1'111' .it"::: :sicti! : t> ; 'irr i .ti
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Dirt liti'al'
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the Daytona Bakerycan for any debts contracted by my I I ;:; ; ft. ) married Tues Hi't COLLLtiLOr: 1.\\\-10!rabtan I ,-r t fu-t I .'';"Il"- aoadnrtt: 1.,1] to |I'rad t.;. .' ;ivvin EXPOSITION LINE
and after this : I S h. ,, I FI'! .rshv l itln, >I't ,
from \\lII.lIat
Fit John Troy, team, or HHMO p u > ;
supply} all your wants in the S\t1. I. : I 17th. by Notary ( COl.lHiEUF nCt1ULOm'1): : SCHOOL .MICIIAMC: : \JUS--l... :NORIOI.K:, \ A.Ev .
bakery line tf date. Sept. :.'t 11. ltII7.1( gotxl make, reverie : : \ Bingham Malev Ii.inn,'a''! ''m1, 1 li.: '< r : i I' al! Kn.fiii..Titirf: : aunt.itetilll! ; Training; MHIP..- U.iilm( 1't .
Mu>. M I Ila '1'1.\: class condition. .\. take .h-ur.- F'.u.'o.'t'ul'hnt.. <.-tty.! .)iiiiiK>lifCOLLUiC 'ursi'n' 'I 1 hk-\ : *.ti.; Daily
Hey. A. J. Wilder rector of St. | : ) is from OP Bt'SINCi: i.-IUiiMnrf; in .,., ::1- brim If.-. |n.kI..J.IIIIC| lotiwllu..l Uot,1
learns that I prier, J. Milligvn.: I' been tasking her )- :" ),,,- ,'|tatnllteennting.| | Kl:.- .t.miii-.i. ..|..-ii in ..thcr Ifcpartirivluat lir, fui.: ilf. [Il.t;; .ii a 1 ,1 1i.. 11 renrrvationi : -
Mary's Episcopal Church will return The Ga/ette-News Bond Lumber Co. I : ; 11I"11 t... 1..1:z.u u''V :dud ..;"m"j',n" t'ulldttig.1'REPA *':t''fl-fl, :iy a,,- nt .r'o..Lc.ard: wr
from the north about the first Charles II. Campbell the genial 3!I. lUbington <>n : t.\1OR1 ACAUE.\\ -' .-" |.'..|H-ir.-.l t.. .llt..r llarv r.'l. \*hMn -. Britt I"
B. Van Die-I> M. Smith .f months Mr t.nl'.t..11' 1'n., .. '. ; 'iw.-iii:: I. I lu .!.:i. un.l .til Jir..t-<'lam ..).ll"./K..-. >. llO\IilUN, JI:
of the C (
of the October accompanied) by Mr. representative :NORnALAM: ) .MOlLLSCtlOOLS.-l: kin-fc-rKmtMi; .its, own buitrliitg _\0 not' ,;tt," ratP-m.snb.'r .\.. ,
:Sheppard; an organist and orchestraconductor man C.nnpanof Jacksonville, W.l/ has accepted a 1 o-i I i .. young man I of I .' l"riin.ir\ ;,1101! I. ',.1IIIII.lr.j! i r 1, ...: 4C'l'arat.' .. 1..1"h.,) : \ ._ w..h..u"I! |.i 'oilyprpt' J.AockSfJn.-il: ok
: I'ul-i. ;.s.i t. illyil'sic h'I-
Peck-Hendricks'Co: | ;
of I'itUburg, Pa, who quite seriously hurt in an automobile < SCHOOL. \ will take charge of the music at St. accident at Detain! Monday, I upon the duties some Allen Trowell. of ; ..' U. ,U:1tb": "I'iMjl, :t.!. .. ir-. .if. .'i.XRF II.|\ .
the and the first of CMOOL. V. w "toil',| ,. i .rotiv-ai-ts. nioik-1.*. .'t. ItlL IINKSIBATHS'
Marjs. Mr. Sheppard is a talented caused by t the breaking of now visitors in the h-i.-J; 'I.l .'
(I I :"t..t- m !this At Iw lit; .\ "f |s i.MfrTtHorj. and intrtit<>rliwv viv.fit.tn -
musician familiar with all musical steering gear of the machine he was 'I Smith was in the Mr. Trowell lia.i. tiny I 11111. r+'it> "1110.I 3/o>?". llarvanj.tfr-. ttnnouh l I .lumt.i.i.. T the I A Co (f (' '.' .. I1 r.--t. l."uio\ ili.... 'vw.I..io. I ttvtbt.. Btu'knell I t'uis..rsity of MH t'b alJ.I""II'(""
j I instruments and his sojourn here driving. Mr. Campbell pent: Cooper several weeks'out" i*.n ainl l I'sr I rUiH.t..itioTt. srM.ver ;:tkn1.HM'n' in l t.1I:1.rlg-: !:: .I "'J'I'I) '| .
and is .\ l 11.1.\\0..1 l | JI.rat..f, ,,\'r lt.-:; 0I.: Llltltl
will furnish an opportunity for our summer in one of f the Kockersperger tears and is feeling,, nim iH-.trlv ( n'iart iiulliMD dllllar..nd"wlI..nt in .
I I busine-s Mr 'H'" \,.1111110.,.; at-.,utifulbapel with ...mtly fur. .-t.-, : -i, ii 1"iu -'.li..J gits.! \\1' 11"MF..t
the
mubic-loving citizens to become : cottages on the beach His by the change. He. wi.J...*. 7 oil |aintiiiic.a lo.iM>>. pe.| orgaii i'i' '" ,- .', v 't'!. "101.let."I" 11'1: ,,1.\
mure proficient either in the vocal many friends hope to sty him out in ale residents of Port his brother. Minot" l..ratuIt; aD ...nd.thlootj.l | .. I'irld.! r'inu'sng! t t '. .- ierl'ali: ,I a.morwl '
himself an.1if'! will ao.ll(1'idiruD. breplr i "eiming. guti, r- 'I 'S; 'wparat.. LIL'Al1:
or instrumental. II a few weeks. \ place: went up tr huitdings for inn and women: ten large W>r )' l'! .y tti."I'. !u.,, 1 he Scat w.wr tar table l..
: home in Davtona.No afternoon t) set teri"IUiU, )"lirttr*!ogj anol l Biolrz.v ; .s..-\ "i u{;' -. 'p*. ..J 1'' tn.
We will secure for you bottom FOR lle\r.-1'wo: front rooms (In I lightJo, J.trit F.,Ils. fttrani -at."v" fnnw.. opal'LIi1 '. ELECTUIC: LIOIlTPLA
second floor of( the- Shanks building : charge for F. Trowell Mrs i | o'awl'u"hrIII"'rv| : ( alt.1 1''M' a'. li'-rarv n"i-i,'ai an.i otrvrtu>l>'iiL
prices on )lumber and} other building the . ,
with lie. -t.tI.t: t -:. < -' ti.i '. '! '. "' ti i t..4 !h. ':.' T'i Tt 1
materials. :None receives grafts on Beaih street. Suitable for and estimates. bU(,,'n f staying) : .' \ \ i' .
other offices. In- at actual cost \.' :; I I: ,.,. t .t' r < : !,*..
doctor dentist or
on purchase. Norman S. Dayton I
your .
Da Una. I ,<. J *' se:".. UI..UL'ttlll'hlJ.. Un.D. L I U. UeL\M .la
Daytona. quire of J. A. Shanks. ;




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