The Daytona gazette=news

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The Daytona gazette=news
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Ormond gazette=news
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Daytona gazette news
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Ormond gazette news
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Daytona Fla
Edward Fitzgerald
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October 5, 1907
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Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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Ceased in 1922?
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Vol. 19, No. 19 Ooci Everywhere. Reaches All CUiiet. Daytona, Florida, Saturday, October) 5, 1907. Belt Advertising Medium in Diytona and Vicinity )Price 5 CentsBARGAIN

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Goods Ribbons Laces Embroideries a aazette-News" Reader Saw in To Accomodate the Racers on the Bolts Writes Entertainingly DRY GOODS MERCHANTS :
Slightly! Soil I i ,
ed Goods, Patterns, Skirts, Shirtwaist Suits, Hats, i the Celery Belt Around Sanford Ormond-Daytona Beach at the on a Question that Interests Every I .. ..

Etc., Etc., and we invite you to look them over for on a Recent Visit. Coming Tournament.A Patron of our Public Schools. : Anthony Block, Phone 102, Daytona, Fla.NttW :

there may be something you heed among them, and : Editor Ga7ette-News Thinking ,, letter from Major A. U. Foster, I trust that some of our citizens .. .
will : .
save you money. your readers would like to have a president of( the Florida East Coast have been interested enough, to
little account of the celery culture Automobile Association, assures the : wonder why the school hoard adopted i lt'OU' \

The Peck-Hendricks Company. i around Sanford, and of f the land ', success! of the coming racing tourn- l the regulation requiring' all pupils : NEW GOODS !

...........1NNNNNN.0.........................1 upon which it is grown, I will gi\e' ament. President Foster has interviewed to take a uniform examination .
}'OU a short description of what I many of the manufacturers, I. liefore being admitted into our high : Prices as low as the market will afford. !

:.................................................... saw while there.Arriving ,: and found them all.t>r)' enthusiastic schools. And it ito: answer: this just .
there Wednesday morn- I but they favor I lung distance mimicry that I write this article, for : \\'l' will be delighted to show your our goods and :

i M. ELLA DE VOY CO. i ing, I made arrangements to get an 'I I \'entsliil'h will make. necessarythe 54)100,1 I f.mcy, hate felt that I was : have you examine them carefully. They were seli i

early start next morning to view construction of !loops!' at each s) anxious "to do something start
ected with :
: LADIES' HATTERS : for you eare.
: the country. At an early hour : end of the course so that racers can ling" that I recommended the measure .

: Correct in Styles. Personal attention to Fitting.: Thursday I heard" a bell ring and i make the turn at a speed of approximately just upon the general principalthat The Chas. E. Gardiner Co. i
: Xofi South Ilcarh =Street Daytona. : wondered what was meant by ringing eighty miles >er hour. "FI",1:1 rush in where angels
i...................................................: j : Anthony Block Beach Street :
a bell at that time in the day. Many high power cars were built fear to tread. .
Later I was called and told! that if I for the Vanderbilt Cup lace: which! Let me state in the beginningthat DAYTONA FhA. :
..WiYftY>iY wanted breakfast I had better failed to and the manufacturers I did mutt this regulation
getup occur suggest :...................................................:
us people there go to work ato'Vl. are very anxious to exploit and 1 to the Imrd until after mature
I I Miller Strohm Co.
= [ :): I. Sure enough, when I went i try out these: cars. It is also anticipated deliberation, and after visiting .......................................................
down at six o'clock breakfast was! that many European makers' many schools with this. planin .

Successors to 2 already over. will :send cars if the loops arc constructed \'il'I also conferred with

PECK & FOSTER. | After breakfast I met Mr.I )Hendricks ( so that the cars can run others who are in position to feel i I CONRAD GROCERY CO. I

:- and we took a buggy and continuously for any distance. '; n' the need of some such' regulation.It ..

Y ;;,, Family Groceries s drove west of Sanford to his! celerj ator" W. J. Morgan and members of is not pleasant to receive censure. (Successor to E.: T. Conrad & Co.) :
aFancy farm I found I he had accomplisheda the racing board of the American And it is exceedingly hard to deliberately .. ..
(hain |, great deal in the short time he Automobile Association are now arranging plan a course of action

} and Fix. *! ; has }wen there. He" ha. ten acres a program and exitt to that you have every reason to l elieve" :. Carry a Full and Complete .! -
cleared and mailfor the tiling to have it complete Lu a few days. will lie misunderstood and condemned -
u IT'S ALL IN THE SHREDS" 1VniWM4NLTACTUUERS I'ra l nets 3: he placed for the irrigating system. Major Foster exacts' to arrive by many |>ersonal friends : Line of Plain and FancyROCERISI i

,'JIJNNmN!Nm IIII/lt.lllllll .tM'.II.!'!! !!! !}!,,!!.!...Nu .nuu uu...ur..!nrnuu Juntl': He has! one two-inch well driven from Cleveland about the last of those who get hit always 111m). 1 .

and started another one while I was this month, at which time motoring After taking all this into consideration -
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f, there These two will be all he will matters in connexion\ with the Or- we considered the ends as justifying -

Bond Lumber Company \ need for irrigating the ten acres.He mond-Oaylona) tournament will I Income the means. ..

has seed I beds started for celery lively. The law gives every pupil, who : ----0.-- :
I OF : and httuee. There pro cypress ---- -- finishes the eighth grade, a right to I

ROUUH : fence posts enough growing on his THE PROMISE I enter any high school I in the county.On : CLOVER HILL BUTTER. i.
CYPRESS ..* ... .
I PINH AND LUMBERLath ** lower land to nearly fem-e his farm. visiting the various schools, I .
After dinner we took a drhe IS VERY GOOD' found a very great difference in the

-I Shingles, Flooring, ( :oiling, Jiriclc, Lime iii along Celery avenue, which runs! 'I i finality of work being done, all purporting : The Conrad Grocery Company !.
Fur Prosperous \\inter.-Real Estate .
alld Cement Stock. ogle and yards: .tl 1 a am east from :-ial1for,1, four miles and to be eighth grade. As late
Itall..y and orange!! AV.-I.U* : K T. Conrad & Co's. old stand.Groceries. :
ends at the :St. John's river. This Men Find Inquiries More numerous : :as I February, visited schools where f .
:MILI.SBond Mill. Atlantic'OHM Ian.Ry.. ln.' miles ooutb of JarkM>nTlllKalaoikioo. .. ............................ .... ............. ....
.on Hanfonl lirnncli Iho' K K.: e!. It). is a very pretty avenue along side than Ubual. the nominal eighth grade had, not

Phone 83 R. J. MALAY Manager. j of which are the celery farms of A representative of the Gazetle-I yet ('commenced real eighth grade ..-..-.1.......................................-..-....I
Sail for.1. These farms inlandon work, and of these -
....4.....4.......N........................e..N... run News recently talked with members jet some pupils j)
lx>lh sides of the avenue to the 'of the several real estate firms in the were planning to enter our highschools 'I i

depth of about ten acres.The city in regard to the l'r-pt'l'ls- fur I and no doubt, would have :
;tCa ViiiN.."iii/i. iw'li.Wii....'f...:,.riV>YiViY>
A. D.Prc n ileot BRIDE f. N.Ca"'kr'")!IoIlAD 5:.. hate here between I IJidgewoodavenue : I I j still somewhat early to |I't'ak'l'ry The present; teachers are not altogether -j!I .

: and I the hammock: -low, saw definitely in the matter, but theyare responsible for this condition i- '
palmetto "scruband some of it is all receiving inquiries for housesto Proceeding teachers had promoted L iI I : NOW YOU ARE TALKING!
too low fur even them, but it slopes rent and I projxTly to purchase pupils from the seventh grade |:;1 -

== 'Bran-k Volutii County Hiok ;. toward Like Monroe and this makes which would warrant the belief that I who had no where near completed ]i: = That's My Business. !
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E Capital ? 50.00. it easy to drain and available for U.ntonaand I vicinity are entering the work of that grade, as! it should | :
Personal" Liability............. .. ........ .......'....... I IWflon) : i be done. ,
:: celery raising. upon a prosjierous season, far better The "new teacher" in 11.1 in calling for jour order and :
EE Transact a General Banking Business. :. The farmers are all very particular in fact in the rental of houses than order to give satisfaction and !hold I )' what yon want. My stock :

4 per cent. Interest Compounded Quarterly !Paid on i; to have the land very level Sf) that :i last season or the one proceeding it. her position, is compelled to keepup : always {'!. and t fine and your trade will : ,

Savings Accounts. f: their irrigating system, which is the Following will lie found. the statements the farce and nominally at least t, I I : be highly! appreciated and well taken care of. :

=t :: most imN| >rtant )past of celery culture of these gentlemen as made in some way get the pupils through I : Phone me your want N
Safety 1 If|K>Mt Boxes for Itmf ;: can l l.e used to the 1)(t.t advantage to the rejiortei : another grade. And so the teachersare

:-SM'ur'N' !e,1Y'klAeunLn!...4M W>>1w"!! ,!!,,!! ...I.I".I!.''.'" sniujrr .rurngt...: without which celery growing F. N. Conrad, of the Conrad Heal: almost forced into a -ourse\ of
would not amount t.) much. It is Estate Company; -Inquiries i i partit' action which is at variance with I ; S"'V. CARROLL,

not necessary to haw rich land, for ularly for houses to be rented, are their better judgment. And it takes:

this around Sanford is mostly sand, i-oining in murli !better than last more moral courage than most mortals I,I- The North Beach st. Grocer. :

but it must be irrigated and season and I although.. it is Aft early i p'>ssess to resist this temptation.' i I I- U

Norman S DaytonPlans drained, and\ then the crop is made we ha\e already rented four or live The personal factor was the baneof tN II, : Telephone No. 19. :
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with commercial fcrtili/ers houses, several of them to |im irties the old system of licensing tcadi- I .....1...............................................
I was told there are only abut who have not pre\i-nisly' l visited ers'and the elimination of this factor -, -- -- -
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Estimates, Monroe, thigh "::111114'l used for celery .t\ ThompsonApplica present system.- In order that the I i I II

culture, on account of the necessityof tions and enquiries are coming' ia I best interests of the schools shall I 1/1 I II I

Superintendence hating good (lowing! wells.: These \eryfrcclyandwe I look for a fine subvened it is necessary: that .cold I Norman S. Dayton

are very good within this radius, : reasonVe have already. rented blooded! judgment alone dttermine

Lumber Yard, Magnolia[ Avenue and F. I?. t''. !1'a'Inc.y.I'eal : : but can not I be had further awa). live houses and hate several more the entrance uaifications| to our
Estate office, 1st door south of postoffice. A*'_ If. En- As as protcttion' from the lakeis under\ option. high schools.

MONDSOX, Manager. Daytona Fla. Phones at office, yard concerned I am informed that I 15.: I. Smith-Present season will It would 1 be yery doubtful propriety LUMBER.Yard .

and residence." everything but celery was frozen to compare favorably with j past seasons. for the school board to give i
the ground in 1 10!}
k not far enough advanced to sustain coming in freely and 1 am mak- to discredit the promotion cards I i Plans, Ivstimatea and. Heal: Estate office

-- ------ much damage but it was set back ing preparations for a brisk season. granted) a duly accredited 1 teacherof I Itt door houth of, I'. n. W. II. LDMOXDPOX: Manager,

.............................. .................. t some, although it is a hardy plant, \V. H. Kdmomlson: manager Norman another school, and jet it i is not i n.\ 'lon\: Florida Phones at office, yard and residence.
Laborers get $ 1.25!; to *i..mi1! < I per :S. Heal: Estate Xo '
i. \VIIEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING Dayton -- experience safe to receive all pupils into om
- f day of ten hours, according to theiroccupation with the business here last. high schools with no further proofof
getting" a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin HOlE, a hut Air Furnace, and girls and lays find
& season, but inquiries are( coming in their fitness. \Vould it lx just to
z or any of the other metal necessities required to complete a modern" employment in transplanting celery freely for hot h the purchase of pro- put pupils who are I poorly prepared. .

dwelliug, remember that plants the first time at twenty cents j rty and the rent of houses, particularly for the work into the high school i Hotel
per thousand, of which it takes the latter. We \ City
I : arc encouraged with those \\ho! ha\e made careful
i t4),1NN. ) to the acre I to look! f..r a good season.C. preparation? Is it right; to retard \'
I : I : The farmers do not confine theircrops S. llieman {
Inquiries the
t : are coming work of a elas.s an>l bring our t. OPEN ALL THE YEAR
DAYTONA rLA. entirely I I but raise
; to celery in freely, much more so than at high elmorlsinto disrepute, by try-

, i are best 1'.1".1 to give prompt amt reliable service at fair priee's.s' i all lettuce of which, cauliflower\ can lie,grown cabbage on, irri-etc.. this: time lat year and I tind more ing to drag pupils along through
shown in farm land.I I II
Z g:1h'lllanlls to jterfection.Cuu. the work wht-n they are not prepared -
!, General repair Chop on Yolusia Avenue, next to the \rmory. I: G. \\'EIieR.i I think! it will prove a good Reason.Col. for it-:: Table Board.

i Phone :)S. Out or town work solidt"ll. l1'. )1: :ShafTner: Inquiries While in Tallahassee, 1 mentioned}
.;0 ............................................... ,.. Henry :Horn of I)ajtona, has are coming in for time renting of cottages this question to Superintendent Hol-
i about completed sinking .t live four- and al.-o those looking toward laway, and he said he Edt that 5rp? GEO. H. MATTHEWS

....................................................f t inch wells: for the railroad company the purchase of property. The i school: officials should take some action <'- T I'kOPRIIittW.
: J. B. G.\ltRISOX It. I). \YLOK : j ise i good for this' early
. : at the two mile post on the .\. ..VV.: isery rrom-I: relative to the matter.ft 'r

electrical :: I Branch. Thc wells average about season.. 'maturing our plans I prepared a .........*....*...*..*..*..**********************...
: : :: 110 J! feet in depth, and forces the O. \ Hitch-Xot able to (compare|[I circular J letter and sent it to :Supt.ILilloway : j : ar 1I.lf }Iadllll..r II... ik.t. :
i from this, shop shows Iwv squarely with previous seasons, but find in-]' -lal.11": : "I'a''
: :: water nine feet above the surface of asking if there was any : PORT ABI E: :
j = and honorably we transact our .: 'j the ground. Six inch pipe is Wing quiries coming in nicely fur both II feature: in it that he or the State ;
: business. Electrical repairs receive : 'I rent of houses and purchase of pro : ,..... .. .. ,.;.. .- SAW MILL OUTFITS :
: special attention. Those: j laid from the wells to the roundhouse board would not indorse! and received + .. =- .." Z(" .
- w t perty. Looks promising for a gal yes v:;:.:.4"a. toe i-1 -' 0: "arlb. Kbgluv s
4 who employ us never worry about .: and they will furnish water season. i the following replyYour: --rl \.1 n"lI.r-!! :d all klndfotwcil .
!;. : I our charges", and they know before .. for the locomotives on the road. .\ ----- circular letter relative to the better : :" +" -"' -. L. errklnq niftt-hlnery add :
r : jo m .a.w.e :vi l: tuppllr We earn a .
1 engaging us that our workmanship : purifying plant will be erected to ::An intimate knowledge cf the classification of your schools ham : -=- .", ., .tnclo; a.eo I ('I :: will be the best. take the sulphur and salt from the building interests of this localitywill been received. I have examined it- I I' -i llB*.' tblpmrn*. :

I' I Oi: Electric Co. : water.--New Smyrna Breeze. save you many anoyances, and contents) and do not think there i is : \\rtt, t, '. ijf' r ". .r ..nitr.i-- a..ta!. ; .!_",' -. \\ e can !rave! you mn'mSy.C :
Q Daytona .
' - perhaps extra: cost Let us advise anything in it to which the State: : ;:::['Iet'-.n';: carried :.1. r u.MALSBY Addrm" all teals t" :

,_ : T m .3:? South Beach Street. ,: What is Lily Water? Call at with you It mists you nothing t I U<,arJ of Lducation can ..LJt't tin : \ COMPANY\ 41\TL\\= T'cjEO raft)I" Shut.tili :\, :

jh .NNNN.NN.......44.......N..N.................': the electric light plant. Norman S. Dayton Daytona c-LunueJ on lust pag! ....................................................


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1 of Mrs. 0. W. Harris. I I II.M.SEELYE.AA\.
and twin sis- ploy of the Daytona Heating and Death PINE WOO]

f THE DAYTONA last week at the Plumbing Co., Daytona. Mrs. Ann Hen hav Harris, wife Physician and Surgeon.

from Jamestown Wm. Wetherell, Sr., returned Friday after- attention given to Electro
died Special
.. PUBLISHED EVERY of G. \ Harris, Sunday
Mr. Wetherell was employed at and Mechano-Therapeutica. FOR SALE
f. T. E. FITZGERALD, is being wired for field, X. J., during the summer, and noon, Sept. 29th, at her home at 127 So. Rldgewood Ave. Hours .

k', will be used in con- later spent a month with his daughter, Holly Hill, aged 77; years. 810.30 and 1330. 'hone 85.

light. Mrs.: Atkinson, at Scranton, Pa. The funeral services were held at $2 and $2.50 a Strand

THE GAZETTE-NEWS and Acre of Orlando, B. F. and W. F. McCoy returned the residence at Holly Hill Monday '

.. ( ) at one of the Tuesday night. Ben has been in charge. afternoon at three o'clock Rev D. CABBAGEFrom delivered, from Hntchin- :

the beach, returned of a yacht for Banker Drexel, of Philadelphia
II. flutter offciating, and the inter- son's Wood Yard west of
of l last w< Henderson
,"' Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, seven acres of
--- boro, Maine. Will has been at Bar Harbor ment was Pinewood Cemetery. Mr.JohnBrannen -
Succession Cabbage railroad on Magnolia; -
in charge of a yacht owned by Ins- Mrs. Harris was born in London, Charleston, S. C., produced a aenrj
SUBSCRIPTION ley Blair, of New York. Miss Violet of 3507 barrel crates.
: England, April 11, 1830 and came crop ue.

#' One copy one year_....._..._...__._... McNeil and and her cousin Richard Center, of to the United States with, her par- I Henderson's Succession, lb.$3.00
One copy fix month.._ __.. .._.__................. Arthur Trenton, X. J., are expected today.Mr. Charleston Wakefield Ib. S3.00. J. A. Hutchinson
:1 One copy three months._........._.....-......_._. : the north this week, 'I Center spent last winter here. ents in 1343. She was married at "cn r5on's Early Summer, lb. :

ADVERTISING spending the sum Cincinnati, Ohio, in lS34) and came I 12.50.
assist his
Real Estate Transfers. to Florida with her husband and I Our superior strains of vegetableseeds
-: DISPLAY I I equally good J. T. LONG
will produce
I 2-The following family in 1883, settling at Holly
DeLand 'Ia. Oct.
just purchased a for It pays to buy
Rate. per inch per insertion to regular results you.
Rate per inch per insertion for less than three Beauty" a famous' transfers of property in and about Day- Hill. She is survived by her husband from a house with a reputation.. Dealer

r Rate per inch per insertion single insertion... also added some new tona have been recorded in the office of I three sons and two daughters, Our tolcute C$tilot e '".to Market
READING NOTICES Oil : Business in that line the Clerk of the Circuit Court at De- (iardrncT and Tru'.i514 oo appln-. Fine Groceries
with her the end with .
__ _._..._. being teal if jou mratkin thi papet.'p.B.DOBBINS ,
Rate per line, each insertion. i on the increase as Land recently: i iI
( RATES FOR CHURCHES, to their cottages.: John R. Berry and, ife to L B. Bou- the exception of ..1.V.. Harris, of CO
All club, society organization, lodge .nd has been full of bu- I chelle and T. 1.. Howell, riparian right Grayville, 111., and Edw. G. Harris, PETER HENDERSON Choice Aleats.1\

itrrices, 5 cents per line. Cards of thanks 50 : :: into his new to lot 14 and nSft of lot 13, block 2, 1Ii1man' who recentlyremoved from this I 3S 1 tf CfllTUMT IT !T, NEW *6ft* .
line. Legal advertising at legal rates.GENERAL I line of
: per department will be Xew Smyrna. city to Denver, Colordo.A I will keep a choice gr'

stand. Zelia Sams and husband to H. J. Lar- ies and Florida and western meaUl
No single charge for display advertising of ,
Good position given every advertisement. : events of the week kin, Jr., lot 3, block 3, Zelia Saras' Xew always on hand. Corner Fairview
Colored Mermaid.
will be made for ads with specified position to Mr. and Mrs. Smyrna. : GUN AND LOCKSMITH.General avenue and Daytona St. Phone 119.?.
less than five inches. Zelia Sams and husband to H. J. Larkin About noon Friday of last week a repairing, key Fitting, saw fil-
No advertisements accepted for the first went to Winter Park 100ft lot 9. block 2, New Smyrna. who fishing ing. Trunks, valises, umbrellas and -- -- -
Extra charge made on display \ !! colored woman, was I ,
Hubert. Chas. W. Rush et uto Anna I.Lowd I parasols repaired and repaired. Badges
than words the inch. son full line of
30 to A
from the Xorth Bridge. leaned too I Checks and tags. Rubber stamps and
All blUe payable on the first of each month. -- sSOft of w90ft, block 2 eat! of E. :22S South Beach Street,
official seals.
heavily on the railing which gave I
C. Railway, Xew Smyrna. Daytona Flo.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER Orange. I Francis I. Alston to Laura B. )Miller way and percipitated her into six orseven : Meall
lot 9 Petks' ub. of lot I. block <1lIodgman's Quick
feet of water. She managed I
---- 2-Mrs. J. B. Case ; 0. S. BURNETT

i ......................Mf :I turn 1 : l : from New Jer I Katie H. Wilson Daytona.and husband to W. to grasp one of the piling and hung : ,

-I fax : spent the summer. W. w55f of si 10ft, lot 1, block there crying that she was surely i Tailor.Orders
Myers, :
SEABREEZE and ::1 ,. ,' to Jacksonville Gasoline Stoves :
: I 12, Hodgnian's Daytona. drowned. Her companions, a man !
: friends: their fall stock of S. E. Bullard et ux and F. X. Conrad and woman. endeavored) to reach Taken for Royal Tailoring

I : DAYTONA BEACHSeabreeze :. i truto E.T. Conrad, und J block 1, her from the bridge but could not I I I' '
has been here so Cleaning, Pressing, Altering
I 2, 3 and 4 of Conrad's sub. of lots 3 and
.......................... ,! } 1 4, block 2C, Dayton do so. Fortunately for the woman, : Repairing for Indies and Gen i and Ranges.

Oct. 2-Rev. Howard Gibbons -I I cil met : had a very enjoyable Jacob (iimlich et ux to Charles A. \V. E. Uallough happened along on tlemen. We rail for and i .
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I and wife who have been enjoyinga I ing in I'idgemood Clcgg, lot 21 and 22:, block M. t C., his bicycle and taking a plank extended -\ deliver all goods.

a three weeks outing on the beach and I Daytona. it to her and with the helpof I Also the
in the > .having his lot on I .Avenue D.\rrox.FJ \. new
incidentally lending themselves to the and I the others rescued her from her i Cottage. -------1 I1
brightening of a congenial circle of for Monday up., Sept. 23rd, Improvements at Steam Laundry.E. uncomfortable position. She was a Low Tides for October. iA.M. i

f friends at their week boarding and house will return take toDaytona to :!. Mrs Fair is: L Shear has been making several portly dame and evidently very I'. M. | Perfection Blue

this up and $ Bradley, a,!>is-tant. her a' Oct I._......_................. 8:14: 901J i
the modest which cost
work with renewed interest notable improvements at modesty
their church the Cuban, who Oct 2.................. .....__ !)::14 9:55':' '! Flame Oil Stoves.
after the short recreation. street : with young Chauncey Visas Steam foundry and is still engaged 11 second dip, for when they had Oct 3.............._......._10.10: 10:44

Mrs \Vm. Anderson and family, who theI ried to Rollins ('"lh-gc, Win- I in getting everything; in shape for : her about on a level with the Oct 4............_._... ........II.-00 11:28
spent the summer on the beach, street. the busy winter season. He has recently bridge she loosened her hold on Oil .'............._............11 :-1.') ........

early part of the week for their home in vertise ._........._........_12:10 12:29: CO.
Ocala. the I last cottagers &; } were visitors completed a .,f$).lJ:1rrel ('e-I the plank with one hand to arrange Oct <; Bingham Maley

to They take are their among departure. I ment resevoir for oft water, in the her clothing ansi ]her weight being Oct 7_.................._1250: 1.11 I :
town ; spent Sunday with Oct 8.................._.. ..... 1 :-*.t :>'> .
r Mrs. Duck and daughter, of Sew I of the und has also I too for the other hand it
money rear building great gaveway Oct 9........... _... .._...... 2.W 2.38 FURNITURE UNDERTAKING
York, will remain a few days perhaps a Bids ", _ I put in air haft and installed a fan and in she plunged again, but Oct 10 .........................._ 2:!0 323: ;,
week longer, and )Ie. Swabey's family
south of with which be ran renew the air in was finally landed on tbe bridge apparently Oct H I...... ............ ... ._. 3:311:111: : -

are the still Clarendon occupying, also a Mr.cottage Miller, who has lating I the laundry every hum minutes, or *., "., the worbor her im- Uct- 12 _.......................... t'lq 5:051: I I Students Wanted -

and : Part f-.Li.! l,uikl- bath.Adjourned ) ; Oct 13 ......................._ 3:13 6D7OU
just returned from a trip to Kentucky, ,' 3-W. II. Robarts I in even less time. i L jirornptu Earner and honest ones, to avail themselves >.
and his wife still remain in the Buchan- is also re-mofwl. All I .-.--.--- 11.-.... 6:17: 7:13
read. Monday and re ing being Oct 15............................. 7:30 8:23 of the superior advantages offer:

r nan cottage. and was ) Tuesday.: this in addition to the new lx>iler Session of City Council. Oct 16............................. 8:40: 9:29 td by

r Miss of Crocker history, dean at Rollins of women College professor who- i tract I .. returned Tuesday ''I'and staek put in last spring will An adjourned 1 meeting of the City O<.t 17............................. .''i.j 10:27 ROLLINS COLLEGE, .

Mr. and ; ) ( spent a* couple of i put the laundry in lir class r ndi- Fathers held) eveningat Oct 18......................... ..10,52 11:20 I
has been visiting her parents, : was Monday Winter Park Fla.
I Mrs. J. B. Crocker at the Clarendon l marl t. ,, and the balance of i I[ tion and Mr. Shear} will \\xt in l letter which several matters I I Oct 19 _........ .. ..........11:47 ........ I ,
itTTlast IfcStlS I months, he was at ,i Wf"reI Oct 20..... ........... ........12O7 12.35 .! Classical, Scientific Iusic. Art, Modern
sine* ixTTStuni f TUT-EsSiancn 1 1 than before to handle his I
t. I every shape ever | mended. Oct 21............................12:51 1 :21.; Languages, Expression, Buiueu
t-- Saturday for Winter Park, accompanied:: af I I I returned Friday from :, increasing winter business. I t The "matter of installing the Oct '22:._................... ...... 1:35 205Ott ; and Stenographic' Courses of high grade,

by her father who returned. Monday walks south, better satisfied I ., bucket fJ'ItCII1as left to the sanitary 23_.......................... 2:13 2:45 i Most attractive and healthful surround
Mr. Crocker had an enjoyable I I
ternoon. final He found it dull at Board of Trade Meeting. committee with to act in ; Oct 24..... ...................... 2:50; 3.25 ings. Fine gj inuu.Mum and all field a tw
visit with Dr. Blackman, the president, I J
I ing U"h'V ,, rents are high in Oat 2.;._........ ..... ........... 3:30IU( water sports. fi."d| board and modes;
; other members of the faculty and of i : !!. He had thought I: At the regular meeting (,f the !.i accept ing the lust proposition. I' (let 2;............................. 4:10: 4:45 ate eapensca.Fur | .

k speaks in very complimentary terms I was ; : farming. Board of Trade Tuesday night there A: lease was ordered executing Oct 27._......................_ A-M 5-31 full information and room rex? -

't'and the school and its future prospects. his is has rented one of her was a light membership attendance '' with. the East Florida Telephone Oct 28.._........................ ;5.35 6:20: vat ions address 3
killed large
Miss Duck last week a will
rattlesnake on the beach in front of the II. ui&e Newton, who but quite a number of visitors! were i Co., for the use of the upper floor of Oct 2'.?............................ 6:30: 7:15 liON. W. R. O'NOAL, *
: mother and :sister. ..... .. ....... I
Cherokee, the cottage occupied by her- rant loyed in the tele I present I 1 the City Hall for three) years at an Oct 30. ....... 7:30 8:11 : Orlando. Florida. !

;r self and mother. She preserved the !''r" Daytona. Owing to the obstacles in the way annual rental of $ 10(1 I

skin which is unusually well marked here has accepted l a po- I:jot the plan for drainage of the hammock :' The city engineer was requested ....... . ..... .. ... .;iI iIE
and brilliant. She also succeeded in ex- r' Com S ; :
:: -' tracking with the help of a surgical instrument Mrs. on her duties I last I Kinds, the committee was dis- :! I by resolution to submit an estimate STAPLES & CUTTEN;

: the fang of the snake which : I I ,i charged and the matter dropped for Ion| the cost of making a map of the i

at under a good magnifying glass in I : :; '* sister i MiSs Eliz I' the present. Attorney E. F. hates i jcity showing vi Iu>sidewalks s are already E -- Steam and Hot Water Heating ]

showed the sack of poison at the end. t.'ollt.trl\'tI. the materials _
f"looked Mr. I '!! to leave toinor- was given a vote of thanks fur services -
: F. C. Harding spent most of last week I at Itoanoke, Va. I rendered the coiiiiuittt-e I, used, etc.j i Pumping Outfits of All Kinds. i

j.. with his family on Oakridge boulevard. on I Sheppard: at the ur I i The committee ap|' iinte : Ballough & Melton put down an ar 1iS I several parties here, I I Steam is the beat for large buildings, hot water for (' j
: engineer who made estimate the
i if the Animal I Hen could not be retained on
3 r tesian well on F. G. Stuart's residence week I : school from six : I : _. tae bouses Just say "I am from Missouri,1'and, we ]
late cost of a system of waterworks and --
this week. reported they weretoo 01-1
: lot on Atlantic avenue,
enter \ several: nights in the i I' : _. "Show You" that we ran furnish a heating system: that j
had! !been made to sewerage several years was ordered -
Mrs. M. J. Murphy and her two year's I' of the young |people 'as arrangements ago : .
r most positive in action and the ')hfa-Et| to install ]
t. charming children, Hazel and Cecil, I remove to Seabree/e paid. The amount of the

t. after spending a few weeks in their summer with I j and children left The press committee rejiorted ''bill was ?nOo.! : operate.

t home Ideal Cottage, return?! the home I I Mr. lobart! at West : that photographs} had l>een sent to I Mayor Greene returned the ordinance -! : Shop and Office, Central Auto Oarage, Phone 26.I I

latter part of the week to Palatka. Mrs. I steamship and railway companies. providing for building cement ...." .........,..'...4.44'.............,.,"
t., Murphy came over on account of Cecil's stock I
much during I I It revived! to undertake the sidewalks along Beach street -- -- -
and was
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health their improved very : 1 here I without his signature and recommended : .................................................... I
stay. scope Hill. establishment of a chautauqua .t

The reshelling of Pinewood avenue is name : and both I'ev. Marsh anti nt'" If mit- ; a number of changes. The : REAL

: now completed from Ocean Boulevardto to the I 3-Frankie Hawley ter spoke at length on the subject matter was reconsidered' by the I BUTLER WILSON & CO .1

< the city limits south, and the street J. } : ; for :St. Augustine, : council and ESTATE. t
in and !oot'nralIlangf'K
will be rolled this week. "! at the deaf and 1 i I a very interesting manner i weremade.
Haydon Gaines 'left for :Miami Monday here Fred Hawley left in were heard with marked attention. : Cottages for Sale or Rent. Life. Fire and Accidenf Insurance. .

afternoon en one of his regular business to !II' Park to enter H.. It was moved that an imitation I :\0 neE. I.: Phone 234, DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. ft ftI I

!N trips, after spending .Sunday with his w be extended by the Hoard of Trade I The people of Daytona, Florida, are'I ......................................... .... .
wife at the Clarendon.Mrs. )Ir !
of Hin.rland110
to IJev. Clarence Jl. Strouse to visit I hereby notified that on and after Nov. .
Henrietta Pitts, of Clifford, 1'&., were : I Mrs K. A. llanim. is -- -- !
: : Daytona with the object of establithing Jtb, 1907, the wages of the painters of _
will spend! the winter here, the guest of this \\ -.. undtr the care elf a ('hautau k
her cousin, :Mrs. L. Z. Burdick. Mrs. had : : l ) for medical treat Painters, Decorators and Paper Hangersof
I. America will l Iff' JIM I
Pitts spent a winter here several years I ; I per day ff
Charles Xusbaum!' an emplove at eight hours. signed ;
ago, and knows the attraction:! of the at has decided to go I
'the F. 1-:. P. i is t. HOLLAND. Rec Sec. San
place. Mi; i Im"iness at Miami in I'y. depot, making acane HERM. SCHRAO. r n. Sec Mateo Cigars i I
The J. G. Brown lot on Pmewood I been as he first planned. from a section of the bai'k bone CHARLES HOST l'res. : I

avenue has been underbrushed by the from Cocoa .
I : up of a nine-foot shark. recently t'ap.tureJ r.-==:::' "=Z:::"':::::=
town in pursuance of ordinance fur fire ) remain here, having '
Theodore Tice. It
protection.Dr. J. J. I }tona. by promises I Neville H. OarkOPTICIAN. jj : Have
B. F. Marsh was, over from Daytona I with) the assist t<> be a >ery handsome} walking MadeA f

Friday morning calling on friendsat killed a rattlesnake stick, as vvt-11 as an old one. p
the Clarendon. I 1! !1 I IM S
W. H. MrCoy rt:: I ;J. .\. Koye, the genial proprietorof 1H
; Mrs. H. S. Morrison Fpent :Sunday deals '
I Reputation of
j Fove's Livery, iclean shaven
with Mrs. Shoemaker Peninsula
I Boyd on not : h will! hold scrvkti at { .. Y
Drive, Daytona Beach. 1 Mr. at tie Union for the first time in forty Jean, and .- t-_ "
!; Mrs. Alice God mark entertained a i been I invitation is extend '' his friends are trying to decide) ) i :: '-.7. :: I a

F small party of friends with an elegantI : I whether or not his) beauty is enhanced '..u ill I Their Own. gi

dinner Saturday evening. Covers were I of I I.. Howard having by the change which Mr. i I:H: Eyes Kxainined. Free. :::: I. boIl
set for five.
at Daytona teach
A n ai .
Fove declares will be
Mrs. Eaves and family, who had expected home h're. permanent. .
) I ii At lark v Jewelry Store J Jr :, The success of the San Mateo of
to return to Orlando October ice Cigar is one
day ga\e: an cre m Mr. and Mrs. David Martling and I !: '
first have decided remain in Sea I I' I I r the
to ered : in !honor of her granddaughter. Miss Helen Mart- :U '-::: : :::."?=:::::::: greatest industrial triumphs of the East Coast a
breeze, and have leased the Morrison Hu-h, and a number
cottage for a term of one year. Mrs. the ( .l neighbors spent| a ling, arrived Wednesday from their Fir t pub.' Ott. .'';, last pub. Xov :!:J.otk. since the freest- CtW

Eaves and daughters are pleasant acquisitions -I of : with them. home at (Congers, X. Y. Mr. Mart- :\ In to Non-Resident. I :

to social life here. recentlv sold his residence Circuit Court, Seventh Made
tween had an ugly tumble ling on Judicial Circuit of Florida from the chokfbt growths of tobacco that the peninsula fo.
Little Max \Vetherby, the deaf and Bow i morning caused Palmetto avenue but ha the privilege in and for Volusja; Cuun-I of Florida and the Island of
: duab son of :Mr. and :Mrs. II. T. \Veth- noriI" Cuba can produce an-1. wrap- jo;
on the fork. and : ty In ( a
of it until: December. "JHiDl"f"ry ) with the
occupying rich
gave 11. II. leaf
:3trotllt'r silky
; erby left Tuesday for St. Augustine I -|>okes of the front a grown on East: : Coast plantations,

I where he will reenter as pupil the deaf : I : was badly skinned and W. M IJlJfe.rtrttan and treasurer -.. vsJennie B. Adams: anti the cigar: industry! of the \\'orlllll\8 neverprodnied Utter good l.. IIIho

: and blind institute. Sims ( \' sonic bruises on I I of the Citizen's iSasd of Daytona Elsie B. Millao. : For sale by all the
f Mrs. Kate Haney, who remained with Gri, I handle bars struck; would like all members to To Jennie K. Adams and lbie: B. M.llau I. > tom leading hotels and dulls antI bv. the Union
Mrs, W. A. Baggett until she had entirely nicely though I ou are hereby required to iinoe a ews ny on every train entering Florida ate
i recovered health is now comfort i was : med in the front rooms! over the Atwood the Bill. of Complaint filed I herein 5nVi:' .
} I :; you in the above Twenty sixes set
established at her home i Pharmacy nest entitled cause on or styles I and grades to select from.
.. ;. ably own on I of Titusuhe, Tuesday evening. ; before the Znd l-yfl* nbi.ri A. I). : : : is
Pinewood avenue. I the I i Mr. and Mrs.; Oct. .s. for the purpose (If reorganizing -I 19 : :
Mr. Swabey who has betn spendingsome I given : last weik.: From here and :securing: as director hereby designated as the newspaper in I I UI? SALE: BY ALL DEAL11RSManufactured a I Oo
I which
time with his family on the beach, to Ormvi.d to %visit' order shall I U pubIsheU : :550on
H E. talented once week for I
I returned to his business at Crescent J Sheppard, a musician eight consecutive weeks. By;
who I ltness my band and seal; of t
City the first of the w eek. I has recently come to this city thiS ZI.d office S
returned of
I at n Sunday I: dy October, A. lJ 1JO! ;. W. ROWLEY SAN MATEO
1.1 News comes by letter that C\>! Mr. he has been at work to take charge of the music at St. I i .. .HI'L. JORD\X: l1t-rk. FLORIDA
Thomas F. CyrJU and wife expect to re-: and : and will enter the em:' Marys Episcopal Church. 1 I FITZGERALD tt: DATES no
I :Solicitors for Complainant. ', (
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.sIe1Meu.u.u.iegi1. The auto bus Tomoka belongingto Regular services will be resumed Mrs. C. II. Abbott; returned I

i Local Paragraphs. i the Daytona Auto Transit Co., at the First Baptist Church tomor- Thursday night.

arrived last week. row, Sunday. Miss Lilla White of ) Some attractive dishes made
.......................... Dupnnt was are
Ed Sullivan returned Saturdayfrom W. C. Howes, a prosperous merchant a Daytona visitor Wednesday. I

It's none too early to pick out I Theressa Fla., where he had of Oak Hill, was a business i:
Walter D. Rogers left Wednesday
that Xmas Have. it laid : with Lard. It's like
aside then it's when you wantit. been called by the illness (If his sis I visitor to this city Wednesday. for Winter Park, to enter Rollins i serving

You know what happened last ter. I Fresh garden seeds. College. I

year. All goods engraved free. Willie N. Weaver, son of Mr. and I I. Havens, The Druggist.G. oWe carry a full line of smokers' indigestion with a sugarcoating

L. H. ROWE Mrs. Gorum Weaver, left Mondayfor good T. F. Cnstis & Son.
&: Co.. The Jewelers.Mrs. II. Wilkinson, who has been

}<'. T. Peck arrived home school.DeLand where he will enter at Narragansett Pier during the I i I Mrs. W. G. Nash returned Tue\

Tuesday from her eastern trip. summer, returned to this city Thurs- day night from a several weeks visi

Bigger and better loaves at the;;|' day. I in New York. i How can you expect digestible the world-far superior to lard or
W. W. Austin took a party the
up Daytona Bakery.
Tomoka Thursday in his launch I Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Seaman arrived Drew }Bennett, who has spent the : food to be made from a product obcooking butter.

The Austin. Com. J. II. Allen came up from home Tuesday from theirsum-! summer at Coney Island, New York I tained from swine? It isn't reasonable Cottolene is a vegetable, not an

I mer's vacation at Harriman, Tenn., returned to And animal .
Allenhurst Tuesday to secure more Thursday e\ening. expect. yet many people keep product.
Mrs. Wm. Jackson spent the for: and points north.
part of the week with friends 7'i men for the work he has in progressat I i Duke Wilder who has spent the on using lard-an enemy of good For your stomach's sake, use

Jacksonvlle. ': that place. ,j _\. McF. Porter returned from summer north arrived Thursday t'v-I| digestion-through ignorance of something Cottolene for cooking. You'll never go

*A delight to the Mrs. J. A. Shanks. left Sunday for I Winter Park Thursday where he ening. Duke says "Daytona for me i i better. It doesn't pay. Your back to lard. Cottolene is never sold
eye-Clark' went Tuesday his I
on place son
show case of fancy spoons and forks. Hendersonville, N. C., where her Richard in Rollins College. hereafter. stomach is your best friend, and 'twill in bulk-it comes only in sealed whitebe

son Bert is quite ill. His many Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hush arrived for when it red and band.
Step in and look. a sorry day you goes tin pails with, a label In
friends hope to hear of his early re Mrs 11. G. Stone, who has been Thursday evening from Smithfield
back on the center of the -label is our tradeCololtlle
Miss Mary Byne, who has been you.
covery. visiting her brother, E.: I.. Gunn Va., where they have l been spendingthe
visiting with relatives here left Fri and family returned to her home at is the product which will mark-a steer's head in 'cotton plantset

day of last week for home in Miami. Clark's-.J ust Stationery received a full Store line of ar Jacksonville Sunday morning.Clark's summer. ;you right. It is the best and purwreath..
Full line of bread cakes and
Qeo. H. Clark came in Tuesday tist's supplies, drawing, charcoal Stationery Store pies. T. F. Curtis, \ Son. est frying and shortening medium in Take no substitute..

afternoon frtm New York, where he W. C. and pastel papers also paints, |Get our prices on watches-you

has been for several weeks }buying oils, W. C pastel crayons, brushesof will see they are l lower than you can Silts Mills has joined the army of COTTOLENE was granted a GRAND PRIZE (highest

goods. all kinds. purchase anywhere considering the hack men and is meeting the trains I possible award) over all other cooking fats at the
I with a neat llllkiuurrt')' and recent Louisiana Purchase Exposition, and food cooked
Mrs. E. K. Pratt is again at home Earl U. Foster has severed his quality, which is e\erything in a dashing gray. I with COTTOLENE another GRAND PRIZE.

on Bay street after spending the ,connection with the Miller-Stohm watch. "Home Htlpt" a book of 300 choice recipes, edited t k'

summer in the mountains of 'North Co., and is now to be found at The Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wilder returned .Judge. I.f'C' McCrory, of IXLind ; by M,... Rorer, a your for a 2 cent stamp, if you t e
i was in the city Wednesday!' address The N. K. Fairbank Company Chicago.A .
Carolina. Globe, in which business he has a Thursday night from their +
and Thursday looking after the 0CII ('-! NEW FEATURE The patent airtight top on this pail i* for
financial interest. visit in Ohio and I
TOR SALEDe Parma violet summer are again
the of
plants I ion amid business licenses. purpose keeping COTTOLENE clean, fresh and wholesome;
40c per dozen. Lillie Mabhette, E. T. Pitcher and family arrived at their home on South (Iteach street. pat j I it also prevents such it from absorbing' all disagreeable odor of.the
I grocery oil, etcNature's
Holly Hill. last week'from Key West and Mr. Miss Ella and Everett Willaume "Plants, plants plants- Cabbage, I
I Lettuce Cauliflower and Beet
Pitcher is busy preparing for the reached home Thursday from a, five plants i
Miss Elizabeth Silvernail returnedFriday
of last week from summer's opening of his tobacco factory on Ii( weeks visit to points in New York, ready for transplanting, in any )I Gift from the Sunny South
quantity. J. W. B\lJ.\ S J.J. 19-o!) :; e
outing at points in Maine and Mas North Beach street.tfemember Pennsylvania Ohio and across! the

sachusetts. the' Daytona Bakery I border into Canada. I K Muse hits severed his: connection -:! -
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can supply all wants in the with the Bin1ham.Ialey :
your 91i'ive large lot, t
room cottage !
Garth B. Young; proprietor of, bakery line. tf I Co., and accepted a I position with | i
I flowing[ well, at a bargain. Apply
Young's Pharmacy: returned Monday Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Stewart and the Daytona Auto Transit Company. I[ I
to II. T. McClellan. tf
from business
a tripto i Norman S.
Miss Gladys and Fletcher stopped : Miss Inez: Conrad who is employed Dayton One
New York. Dr. and Mrs J. M. Jones, who i
over'here Tuesday enroute to their : as a nurse in the Railway
C. M. KiU-hell. of the Daytona home at Melbourne for a visit with I removed from this city to Starke Hospital at St. Augustine, is visit- _
something over a year ago, have recently -
Plumbing and Heating Co., spent Mrs. Stewart's parents Mr. and I ing her mother, Mrs. I*. T. Mulkey. REAL ESTATE.
moved to Interlachen where
the greater part of the week in New /C. i
Nash.C. .
business. : the doctor will practice medicine. W. I). Bradshaw will begin this
Smyrna on
B. Wingate returned to the week the erection of a and
A Co. MAKBIKII-At the pleasant home garage Care; of prIs'rly. 1st door south of pol>lofI c'C'. W. II. EDMONDSOX. -
jBingham Maley now city Tuesday night. Mr. Wingate store room for t:. N. Waldron, in
rubber tire bp of D. D. Rogers, on North Beach Manager, Daytona, Fla. Plans, Estimates and I Half
two splendid w
has been at Cambridge Springs, Pa., the rear of his residence on IJulge-
chairs for rent or sale. street, Sept.' :Soth, l UKi7, by the Rev. :Siiperiiitende'iico. Lumber yard Magnolia Avenue and :
the and the wood .
during summer says A. E. Main, Geo. A. Main of Palatka, avenue.Miss F. E. f'. Hallway. Phones at office, yard and I residence. I
Mrs. Fannie Davidson and Mra. weather was pleasantly cool lauost of Maude of Armstrong Ii I
anti Miss: Ida Mabel Dixon of Shiloh, Sanchez Ii
May Brower and children arrived the time but there was a great deal New York. arrived Wednesday afternoon i r

Monday evening from a several uf rain.
for a visit with Mrs. Mary ,

months visit to Cincinnati. 'Fresh onion and bean seeds. I Buy your pianos at Wray's music: Troy, of this city and Mrs. Mary i...................................................

George E. Daggett, of Fairview HAN KINS, The Dru gist.n. store and you will save money Hunt at Seabreeze. -1 Price .
enough to pay for the music lessons. :
avenue, who has been confined to J. Malby has at this early See! 1 18-2 tNo charge for preliminary plans ; TRY THE6AlETTEE'YS I

his bed for several months we are date rented all three of his houses and estimates; supervision of workat
sorry'to report is! in steadily declining Mr. and Mis. Alfred I Traflord !
on Orange avenue one of them to actual cost. Norman S. Dayton 1 JOB ROOMS

health. Thos. Sharp, of Hartford, Conn., an- friends of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Day Una.

The Misses Ermaand Ollie Quigg, other to H. Stevens of Pittsburg, O'Itriencame, up from Cocoa Mon Mrs. Martha Pacctti and granddaughter I 60 LadiesWhiteCanvas

of Orlando spend Friday and Saturd'sy and the third to .T, Milligan, of Toledo day. Mr.I TrafTord returned the following Mrs. John Pick, who had With an order for your next lot of prs
of last week with their Ohio. day I but Mrs. Trafford remained -
cousin ,
!been visiting the latter! mother,
U. E. Quigg and wife on North Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Schmidt and until Thursday.fThe Mrs. John Gardner on South Ridge-i.i 2 Stationery. Eirst-class work at I'I'.i

Beach street. Miss Mina Pollitz arrived from Daytona Institute will open wood avenue, left Tuesday for Ponce '
Don't forget that Bingham & Brooklyn New York Tuesday ev about November first with Miss L. Park.C. I Moderate prices. : Shoes, slightly -

Maley Co., carry the paints and varnishes ening. They were accompanied by Elizabeth Stoever, of Philadelphia, M. Rogers, the junior member I ..........................1.......................4it I II
for brightening Henry Minck, of Brooklyn Mrs.Schmillt's as principal, to succeed Miss Eva N. 'lof
necessary up the firm of D. D. A C. M. Rogers, soiled at
Stewart who will not return this ************************** >***********.-.*.....*****. ,
the home. brother, who will spendsome 'I Civil Engineers, left Wednesday for t I.I t

Geo. H. Ludwig's smiling counte- weeks here. ,year. the south, where he will l II e engagedon I! I GEO. P. JOHNSON *li i l HALF PRICE

nance is again visible on our streets. WoolsponKes from TAi up ad At the meeting of the directors of the viaduct work of the F. E c. !

Mr. Ludwig returned Saturday Young's Pharmacy. the Daytona Building and Loan Co., Ry., extension at Long Key. I IH. AND i iJ
night from a several weeks visit to I Horace Keen and C. E. Loring, held Wednesday, afternoon, the D. Taylor, until recently a j | i while they:

points in Ohio. two Royal Baking Powder representatives usual quarterly :2 per cent dividendwas member of the Daytona ElectricalCo. DAYTONA UHACII. FLORIDA. I

Friday of last week George Ditt- I who were stopping at authorized. The business is in ., has leased the east half ol the *: *: 1 last.

man completed the stone wall, about Schmidt's Villa caught two shark aiery flourishing condition. E. T. Conrad<
the public library building. The last Saturday at Heating's Pier thai: Chas. A. Gontz arrived from Key avenue and will next week open an *

Bide walls are 5a feet and the front weighed three hundred pouts Wet last week where he had just i electrical business in the same. All work done in atridly: fir t-ass} manner. I''l

wall 31 feet in length. each. They were landed on the completed a three years term of service -I Mrs. J. I. Wilson returned Tuesday THEGLOBE.
.\front for Stairway Du) ..t ('Corners. *
Clarence Bennett, who is a student beach and attracted many spectators.Mrs. : in the regular army, and has I from an extended visit to pointsin I

at the Georgia Technical R B. Thomas is having a I I'accepted 1 a position with the Binge Ohio and Indiana and is again at .5CC..4CMCCtiml.!4to}.K>ECC. **'*****.*.*.*...*******..1

School of Atlanta, arrived Tuesdayfor bath room added to her residenceon ham A Maley Ct). Mr. Jontz came 'I home on North Beach street. Her I Why not hacour: own

a few days visit with his parents Volusia avenue and porches on originaly from Derry :Station; near laughter, Miss Ruby, remained at

Mr. and Mrs. A. Bennett. the east side and rear. She will also Pittsburg, Pa. South Bend Ind, to continue her I FIRE PROTECTIONby

tClean your teeth with I'esall tooth I have all her buildings painted. Fresh onion and bean seeds. course at the Epworth Hospital in j installing this selfcontained .

powder for sale at Young's Pharmacy -I Mr. Van Orsdale will again conduct Ht\kiv, The Druggist.Hev. ) that city.3Ve > Pumping Outfit. If you
business this winter i' have any doubts of the prott'.tJon ..
for fancy'fruits.
I a grocery are headquarters
i I A..1.11'ilder returned Wednesday
in the store building west of the T. F. f Curtis Son it i will afford in additionto
I I night, at"CUllIll8niell l by his SEABOARDAir
returned Frir the for all
Alrs. J. B. Hinsky Daytona Bottling Works. pumping water
I !friend H. I E, of Allegheny ..
Sheppard, Col. C. M. Bingham and dangers
. day of last week from a visit of two other purittsrs call at the Line Railway.
t months with relatives and For first class workDaytonaSteam City, I'a., who will take the Misses Bessie and Lilian. shops} ofDoE .
{ i or more laundry, phone 8. tf charge of the music at St Mary's Miss Grace Bingham and J. i D.) C. Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern -
| friends in Iowa. Mrs. I Hinsky'smother OSBORNE,
is Church. Mr. Wilder will hold services Morris made a trip in the colonel's: ;, Tines, Ualiegh: Itirhmond,
will south James Bivens of Daytona
Mrs. Oren, come the plumber who will demonstrate lUltimore, Philadelphia
a here tomorrow morning at nachine this week to Orlando, via Washington, -
i later. visiting relatives in this city. Jim I i, with one in operation. J York.
is well known in Barlow, having eleven o'clock and at Port Orange in Defaml, Sanford and Winter Park. ,

t 0. S. Rieman recently received a lived here for a long time and has a i the afternoon at three o'clock. Miss Lilian remained at Winter JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY -- ---

. I fine lot of palms and other tropical number of friends here who 'I ('ark[ to enter Rollins College and ; Two Elegant Trains! Daily
[plants from the nurseries of F. large tP. B. Dobbins desires to announce the others returned Wednesday af- ron ,goi.i.iris;I: AXI FHK; TllllXtnL: Ilimm"I. Sr(tboard I Express:
t are always glad to see him. He is the of Daytona and
Shultz to people VeLA D, FLORIDA.
Schultz Hol Sound. Mr.
' [ at >e ternoon. 'l'hoardiI
4 conducting a bowling alley in Day I
[ residence West vicinity that he has opened a shopat AHilliatcd With the University of Chicago.

-;- [owns Volnsia avenue. property on tona and reports that he is doing JS South (Bead street and is Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Most-ley and COLLIXili OF LIBLRAL: ARTS Tlw ..tan.lur.N are tlmif 1111 nut'i>it:jr a( Modern, Pullman Equipment.: [

well-Polk County Record. ready to serve them in the capacity daughter. Miss May, armed Wednesday ( tli'ag'It. :Sttni n itrailnatfo v<>.iv- their!' ib-im-p* fr mi Uithtw: ( .ii an-l <1niafjn ---

"Fen SALE-4 h. Regal en- locksmith and general afternoon from Bath Beach: S f Iliioairo IIIItt..t.t: n titaoirCOLLL'OEOF : .. JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINEOIU'OlK.
and .
p. For Rent-Winter 190-Shand-! of gun LAW-tra! ,liiaf<-. hi 't.i; r.-IU-g.- urH give, good condition, address L. E., 7 tinker. where they had been conducting ill Florida!: u itliout examination
furnished cottages rooms ) :\ VA.
|box 318 Daytona Fla.J. and bath, electric light stove or furnace :j James F. Guigan, his sister Miss The Creston during the summer. ..! t'al. I'ml, 1 1.s:\ meal Knjnm'vrinjr: : and Manual. Tnninn n.urw "U-a'Imjr: i.. Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily.
accompanied by Mi>s 'lrgr.sin. IHw niMinr. costly! fjinpimnt.COLLOiE
W. Rawlins of Second avenue, heat. Address any agent or Miss Mabel Mc- They were / .. L.-r I l.ctnwtliixN
Mary and niece, OF BUSINCSS-1'.irikmjr: in all it- h r-M ftit l.jr full h.rul1W&t and sit
l'cr oD f
Chittenden 17-4w It Margaret Houghton of llensonhnrst, Shurtlinntl and! E.ot.tI.ltllt\ .... in ..tlwr' l l"'lo\t- \i rtsr1 -
in W. B. Daytona. : tyiriling. .j.-n;
,. gave a supper Saturday night Guigan departed Wednesday for 1, %'atkn rail on any 05*fit rr S-aL.ard or
N. J., whose parents will be here in im-nt I:.\nre fa nltv nude oiiiniodion bumiding.; write to
,: (celebration of the marriage of his D. arrived interior points in the State enroute PREPARATORY ACAOE.\\\-lira.Ilat..I."ro..1| | i l tnt..r lUnnr.l. Puke.I'rirl''rton. .
Mr. and Irs.o' Spring about two weeks to spend the winter .. ,. :S.: C. UOYLSTOX:; JH.
Cornell. Mi !Wan. n.i'a'I'I\II.1 l nil hr t < la+ olk-jr"
Mr. Ball proceeding Jamestown."a. ,
daughter Wednesday from New York via I to Jacksonville as usual at The Gables. :NORMAL AM: MODEL SCHOOLS.-1. KiifWnrarl in its own tmiltlin: \---i i tnt: General PassorjjfrJacVsonilIe : Ag'nt:
f ednesday. Between thirty and the Clyde Line. They have been .and their home at Worcester, Mass. 1 :!. Primary anlllt\mmu-.II,1; : in I.\rat... 1.IIIIJiltlTht:- 1'\.1'. ', t'f'1'iallyIlr"lal'f + : Ha.
and enjoyed I The old friends of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. and daughter, ;, :S-l hi to I t,'a< h.-rML'SIC ... --
orty guesU were present visiting friends and relatives at party are : Rogers I SCHOOL.I ,MI |pr-riran.. a doten Iial"", ""'I..rat, l.wMmsr.iiMi' -- -
: the repast. Victor and Foit Plain, New York, Mrs. E. M. Holman of Fairview avenue Dr. Josie Rogers: returned Friday lane fat'oltr thorough! ..lIr.... "! .-tn'l\'.
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i ART SCHOOL.-: a :'tllJI" < o"thr 'jvt" im H+! i-ir THE n.NHSTBATHS
11. M. Pollard, of Lake Forest, I for the past three or four months I and are delighted with Daytona afternoon of last week. accompaniedby | :M-t">nliat-af.i< 'Ilty .If t 4* |irof.-f.H.ran1 in-tru-. ..r!!. Thy 1a..1,1 l drgre.w
be back and their week's visit here. Miss Mabel Dixon, of =Shiloh. N. 'i'faun tin1. 1 I'muT-iti. ofi nil' air. Hartanl. YaW, P.irtrntmtti. rolnnibw.' Toronto.WaL .
[111., has made a large shipment of and seemed to glad to get i' ,. Itwll. of Mi.'lmb.IIt-II'- .
will for the automobile and Gro.1lain., of Palatka IVn-t. l..m x ill.Cowloui.! Ftr'ht. HIf; Fnhfr-it.y .
return Y.
They .. .
household goods to S. B. Green for to Sunny Florida. Col. Spring willat j i i.n and other I rnin.r"itiTh..n- an m.r ?:INNN'.Nm in ltuiMinjr amm.I! ioip.ns'at i,
his duties I Mayor I:I| races. who joined the party at Jackson nearly itiart.-r million d J<.IIaren.lowos-nt: an ,'u''I1\.IIiI.mry! ot ovf-r l:',- ON EARTH .
until he down and once resume as i I .. .
storage can come iixhulinir] .taiJjl'tJ alas
i I ville. Mr. Main's father. Rev.: A. E. JI' )'M> volume: a beautiful lii-l with -o'tly furni-hinr: FuR>l; MEN AND f W01IEN -';cLILY :
the upon a location. Mr. Greens of Ivy Lane and his baliwick will Ii j **FUR Su.f.-Lot of store fixtures I 1 \MH.I'>\M7 oil |Kxmtiiiz+. a t"'H' J.IJIM, "ri an. u ,;>mn.vinni with .tmlllet l nit11'uatul' .
1 Main: dean of the theology department ; an fiM'loAthktn. I wld. running:, tra"' .. tennis courts, l 1t:1""loali .lui-
4 well fixed now for the storage of now take on a rejuvenated<< appearance I i consisting of show (cases scale, at Alfred l t'ni'en-ity. arrived i oN.nd! an.l irrHlirun. i !. i>" mmill.!. tfolf. row mug ami other. ci.>rt!'; w.aratr WATER
mode of any kind as well as auto- after his long absence. safe, coffee mill, ice box and full assortment hvildinga f..r own amyl wouN'n. ten iaripi.ilTaton: + for liemi-try. Ilivw 1 Ifej.- The ant W.ler r., Tablt Lea
on the night train and was also the \ -rioloiry, and ISiolvyv: wjvpral lartr": munni-* anal choj;1"' ; ele.tnrlvLt
t. biles. We will secure for you bottom of fixtures for grocery and] guest of Mr. and Mrs. Rogers. I ; ", eWtrk-U-IU. iteamli-at.'Wnent. walk.bell r. J", broad a\.-"u..II. t.f..v.. ELECTRIC LIGHT
lumber and other building dry goods store. Will close out ions* oanii-usi'!, rubWry: and tr v: -o.-I Ill. literary musical! and other stulrnt'tisba
For Rentals Norman S. Day- prices on .. biblThe Im-ation !jl' PLANTHeie
see t '
be at FOR SU.E-Automobile top with I ; star 1 kc tn"Ir.- ";flmri-tian ant not cectaruui
for cash. Can seen
on Real Estate Agency, W. H. Ed- materials. No one receives graftson cheap beautiful and healthful', and the esjirti-es are low
Norman S. Day Francis'store, Ormond. Mrs. U irons complete, cheap. Enquire at : Fir- stat )gs. ttew-. f.iLWan.l information. aMivthe" Pro.i lent
idson, Manager, first door southf -your purchase. W. Watson, Ormond. IS-Ct Gazette-News office. I LICOLHtlL: : : \ Vh. V., Litt. U., L. L. U., UeLAND: Ha.
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Ask Mr.
the this contrary effort to establish I commend uniform you requirf'ments. :...........i............:

at the
available hote1a
Dissolution Notke. :! what accommodation are
eumina- lilt. FOSTER *:><'ws
When the
& Gates The partnership: business heretofore: l and win cngaj rooms for you i* advance. At itr. fosteroffice, you; can
BOHANNOX Pitzgerald BALL PLAYERS' WIVES. ton questions ready, and a circular formation '
I I.1n were earned on under the firm name of *the obtain descriptive printed matter and personal riot emu

letter of instructions I sent a Daytona Electrical Company, has been I
homeward way.
and Surgeon Attorneys at 1 .a\v Hew They Feel Waem \mfTj F. these and other resort along the
\,,... Their H..k*.d.. complete set to Supt Holloway and dissolved by mutual consent Beach. Magnolia Spring :-a\'ar.r.a:
; to Examining: andset AU accounts due said firm are payable: AtUntic
tr the Atwood Fhanuacy, ped.ttenti'n Land Titles.: i It Is probable 1 that oftentimes the : rt't.'t'itbt!' following reply: "1 to J. B. Garrison and all claims aga ut Charleston. Sommerville.Columbia. AagTlrti.
Perfecting 'wife of a ball player can tell more him. He will Aiken.
Daytona, Fla. ; the said firm will be paid by Caarfen.Piii
with interest
have examined
curately why it is be mnZs a ball: ae'l : also assume and complete all previouscontracts Newport :NraiAtlanta.
$ City.
No. i 1. eonrad Block, DAYTONFLA. I chase
clephone makes a bad throw than he could questions' which you have enclosed, in the firm name. ;TiUrt- OMnf I'Hodo-roo,:. ...!
--- -- ----- self Some ot the wlr" of the Firmt Daytona &-pt. 26, 190;:. nct.rr.ood.; <** Port -
Parr I'' Lando no'rta.!h ,i players attended every game played ; and I most heartily commend yoofrl.1n" JAS.: B. GARRISON, |t vWtnUB rb. Jan town E...-li t. .\- eilv',
Dr. At\vood& Ra1t'linasPhysicians ,
here during the season and have alternately I also sent sets cf questions P. D. TAYLOR. ,! : Luray rlftfD.oL-r.
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Surgeons i heard their husband cheered) to several county superintendents FUt ri ck. SajpMre CowUy. -

: Xo' s.uthttornl'Ys at I Ia\\ the skle as heroes worthy cf a place and principals of schools indifferent i :.Notke of Garnishment. ; I Chattanooga Pima elpt w
Dr. Atwood's office, :2 'i
Mount Olympus:: and at other times
on In Court of Justice of the (.1 dnnati.
rdgtwood. Prsrtlctnt.. e 1 futr aft trttutusi tttatr 1 hU and tnr-s Fe4rratCourt. olo- i ,. have seen them the targets of the malcontents -I parts cf the states and all Peace, Eighth istrict, in : .Lick ., .. OrfeaffJ. Jfa-Vorfc.
Dr. Railing's office o\rr issue rn esrrtut .umii.>a. t-p '<'lal taetlttr.drug In the bleachers approved of them. and fur Volasia County Fla. French prie

store, Beach: treet. for l.reettatlna Q sad'I prrthting>riaj whoa\ : "What are the feeling* of a player't i H. Y. Stillicaa. ': :t. UJ. \\al#n\Oll. .

-- wife when she hear: the fans yell to i This measure was adopted largely:t PlaintiffA. i K3::!as City. AtUntkCity.Mr '
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1- STtlWARTPhysician laac A. s-. .artLawyers .:,!.'".I nr: I. 'take him outT said the wife of one : to protect those pupils \ho do good I Willian."n, ,; I FoetT-'senkesarefre* co fees are ever asked or a> -, '- I.I -.
t:. whose husband t* a
of the players i ASK MK. frKTER
thorough work in the grammar'school Garnishee wv\ .loubt YOU BETTER
J1 Ltit .\If 1 & 131.1 pitcher "Why. when I first' bt'st I S. Duncan, .' ', urr' n

and Surgeon wanted! to cry and fret out of the I grades and to give them a'I To A. \\lJ1iaL..cD, fendent.. and all KNOWS
others whom
= I it may concern: : I HE PROBABLY
Special attention to diseases of the grounds as quickly as I couldI knew fair chance in their high school i t Your are hereby: notified that a Writ'of I'

Eye, Ear Throat and Xose. .Offi1t'Offi't' B.v.V HiiJI my husband "was pitching: the test ball :' wcrk, without Leing handicapped Garnishment; La been issued ia tbe : of the '
: next dour t. : ;g offit- at the Sara ,'u"--
and residence:: 101gtlohs corner i he knew' haw but some: of them managed I above cause, and that your property m Mr F'"t ''r's e4 are

Palmetto, telephone >.. Florida.TULliS. to hit it two or three tinier, and ;, by these why: are: net properly pre- the: Lands of ?. W. Duncan hisbeengarnishetd. : -

-- -- ---- ----- -- -- -- -- those bleacherttes kept up the howl.Take ured. j| and that unita! you npfar before I tin Mark inJacksonville.
: i'I him out. uctll! the manager !, salt os>urt on or before the fourth
G. ,\. KLOCKPhysician I\SI I bv'tMault mill be entered against -u.
: >County .\l tu.t In\- t- r' ', "When the gable was over I told himI i nut graded on their specific. technical I 1TZGERALI OATES.:

and I Surgeon and Title In= r:in. <' ,'..11 [L.rtapectalattentionRtrentoplsrae ] i ;I, never wanted! to cone and see another ,, knowledge only but also vn their Attorney* for I'Uittiif Beach Miami.

of I =e: that I coulda't bear to see D. 1'JOT..Notke I
.\l.-traolfurul-h .1 "10.1 I' p ,: I Dated this itobr 2, A.
tb. Eye and Fitting tJl a'*r.. 1*' sxRldf >. nl. Ma a .'- aI :: ... I' I him made the target for such a tag general intelligence and mental maturity Havana. Cuba. Washington D. C.i .

twood.phoue IV Offli-e boar* 1to ?- "I I i >Oitnt.eeandTeeg.iWt fl-b.r". .i 't .' II of rowdies: as were In those bleachers.! :: as shown l >> Jaw p.'p.U' ; ... I I : of Uarnbhment.
Rout L Lau e'p.1TToNA a We hadn't been married! long then but I
KL\. the subject* discussed. I'rcraction I : the JAMF:'; TuWS EXPOfsinON: Mr. f..t..r ... la e aa

--- I I I i, he Just said laughed and or the said other that dtdn'tamount what from any r.1JhOQ1J not lebatt : In Court of JuUcc IVtnct.of th" i '.i'rr'g ii:\\f.\TI'\; .! 1I1T-') ) : ., l. hty t IId'l tt..r-.t.; ..; t.. t.1J
Private Hospital D. 1 t_ & '\. kttii.R I ; .' they one way Pace, Eighth ia i
Daytona : to anything II* told me that .el wholly on "text bo .k.: kaowlodge. i i and for VtJusu CountFa.. }

and Sanitarium ivil 1 :.n.iint'ers : '. the same crowd that wr yelling to net on the amount of subject !I I ::. \V. Carroll.llainnff. M.N.....1..N.MNN. ..... ... II II ...-.- .
Ev.ry taolllty f.xtbt' prol" take him out' would be wanting to

and Electrical care of.nn ppll>Jtc not-t.l and lr,"urele-al ln...l l DO.-.1"0-11....- D.\ ( :'\.\ ant take him off the field on their! shoulder matter perfunctorily coverrd. Educa'un t:I: .\\\l1"C The climate of the East l' or 1:1or1cta: -

jult >urronnalag: L Si I>ecial ttrntl.ItTfn .<., Odkee hilA'iI| : | n.A. i the next day maybe end that their i is growth' .\n':1l1'e) can: W. ttnson of
i raite that
5. than
to all patient T.rm on .Flv'lration. : Du&cac. t ts nearer: perfection any
No 4e ordate.psfhena.prole applause: wa 'lust as unreliable al hope to ate mpli-h i i"., t., provide a'!'! Ttl11am Ifcadeat. ..:
:. A KUVK. and K. 1I\1\\'E. Uartocar. I_uN !.t\i 1'7 : their hl se?I. Of cour-. he aid, a man : ether whom it may euBctrn: other place on earth. 4 t t t

rhr.frtsnslotharge.:. .- __ I would rather be applauded than shouted Col'J'3blf' environment and furnisha : I You are t.enbi.otif' that a\\' r t

f at. but a baseball crowd wa the healthful! stimuluus to edacatheaitivitUs. of Garnishment ba: < teen i i.$ocd .:
DI?. \\*. .\. GOX't 1: 5. ii. oor.Architect. 1 : i cost fickle: of any kndt sports and I!| above cau>e. and that your profx is tr tr

that it Jidn't make any' difference' ; Nor ian we exptct naif -(I i the bands of ?. \\ Iteacaa ta .

Dentist Builder and what kind! of men attended the pace ..Tin results any mute than a garderer 'I g rni=heed. and that unless you -''. .r r j
Contractor before said court in or before tl. f .tl; 1
I they were ai the same way If th!airs to
can reap-nably txp-vt go day of Xember \. D.. 1W;. .e'
OffK: Corurr able.: ..t.eJ aad V'otttels dlda't! 1 go rtjht. .\e a rule he aid. he and J
Kcsideace:: oWce nrtb'"t'r: into. lilt garden rind all of his I men fcr default w iil tw entereii > :;
ner KKJgrwo and Volu.iaatTbone never PIJnI: attention to the tnwl .1',>11. FITZGERALD OATLSAtturn

PHONE S9 >A" l i>tona r.1.: i of the crowd but be knew there always turnip the same si/e. And uhen Tf..r P1;... ... ..

coxe! a tine: !in the career of a his, tint turnips get Urge en'u h, IVt d this i 4 tober J. .V. !>.. 1WT.Nctke )... r.

; : IIOtGIITO1Iilii x -nusic llouscGeorge I ball out' player means when sonethicg: the .howl and when Take that him! it would be vcry f* for him to -- tJ .2 l lt / '
DR. I t'. II. : : : of Final Diaharge.
his whole for hell t \
f. time come* the player had letter yet pull crop, we

k Dentist li. ray out tl=stilt kn w that some of his finest tursif Notice i U htrebIIhen that the i: !ldIglffi nC JI1
"Bat Just the ea=t. I never get overfeeLcc I j *+n>*d eserutor ;ul the estate := J .
The place( in the State t '
clwaprst will Jt\ei.p Utter: so many, if not {Nhtr i :.; will on the first day .4 hl'-;
f : bad when I bear the crowd yellat
Offl c : Suit 4, Opera UotKf W< lUnt. TunP ny t:1i1 band. alth"C --l I have got so tbfmaj'rity., dour very beet minds .\. D !*-)>. preset their fiaal .. : Om\.On\
anti l such the l
I iEg, Kepsirfcs 'liLiig > a as executors to > r.
I don't ."L"u muc-h as I u*\l to.Trobehly and h aid be ..1- 3i.J
l-.J 'OtlBWI.I develop -lowly > > County Judze: of Voln ia Cou&t> t / : -
w ; '
: : $ '
; rhone 3:: I lot of people- think ba"ehall 1\\t'tll,' develop naturally. ids. and ack for a fiaal dtfcharpTt.H ;;: Pat -
i -- -- is easy work but it is an awful strain Autt.1st.1V0: :. iU5Ut ht

f. on a naa. aad after a few year I These r\amiasioB are a moreerrrre V IDA L. Xl\r.:. a' ,
: hope: my tn.htiand' will wtte! down to }'. J. :XIVEKi : : t 'Y .
test to the efncieocy} of the i Ex* .U, ,
so=:ethr.: else.-Ptttifur-g l Pre !I. : .
r teacher. than to the qualification of '.L j' IamJ/f 1 '<
[ -
l I Brat.. sad Baatrla the pupil We are paring better l."r.c Ptiblkstla. July \ 1 .
Ii looki around at the "utu1 =notice Application; for FinalDiseharre. I IIsCouan fl.\' 1 '
salaries than are pail in most i ,\, \ /
men of the pre ent day one l# depre <- -
ed! 'a c,'tic-e how few av' cuaJ K>oklB;. c,'inties of the vtate.. aad for that #/ _-C--:
Court In mi! r -_
i I' it possible: : for beauty and train t"t'xt..t have t-uluata --
r sss.s..t14................. neither' Th-'Ujch. sue fortunes reason we a richt; to fifect: :,.rW- tF L/ -

more efficientervice.. It i" the lo it* Mattrr tb* F tat ad t1t 0rI.a'J'IT Yiantplr rlaatali.aqC.r.nst
. are ca>!<> (n Ni-:i.ew than ever in cf Ja m*. B \tNV'.rX.'Th.t
the {\"r.! it rt'tl&U} r. 4>vt': + policy of the board to raise the ss!- : l- nrr-l.y ti\-n that -n C.8. u4 Trgetali. Ftrvs *f tae fftatry trilatary 11
f ,
list we are not Nraurfu': .\:.ia. .lo,-. ;arie.o of teachers to the bigbt-st i.... tw...*. u: ootbvvUi.Jaisuar ." : DDllX RITTB: LIKE TTOBTH and BIXUT3E: Bil 3 ,
f .. .t... ................ ..... ... ... .....t.m..NsM.F the gad !\'c'kji; nan tNvnn Theft our r tan Ibeard.; A. I' J; ..t II or eon..."tae.t'flag ,
practicable limit with the kopv an1expectation It..tai.: of .re Motel tnm JariMaiQS via. tit
_,4t user tho! arti.t will ten yew, are .._. .
d i the MooormtSl
.r. ca in
the lU.Ua:: jvasd&iry of the d o Both .f Mvunoc the best 'r.'ry,Vuotjr 3ad['ttolu"'ti -> FLORIDA List COAST BULTTIT.J. .

F r' To the Jamestown Exposition via I Ir .ac type It
li.e .. .
: U cilice how wry few of the foemen Iraltt'tt.!: a .wlllld.dlll-lraur..
etk-ieDt! servkvTbe .
the MrStaikpvx J''I t:+ A tK' 't ITLI.Juit
al'an.' >n.r nce ,
+ -
'.tmt! :
'! O'lVll wbo,* kao''M a oft ei vital qjliticati of a t.---
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>ra! '< i* fj ::,'u". rexarteJ that if tie teacher i is her ability to 1ftu' ( Fir-t pub. ?-pt. :. !lot i ab..Notke > 1 4
r i Ape'-:: I\.h't'ltf'J's...vad I ta earth
Atlantic Coast Line. to :Non-Res-iJent*.
today b" w turd: r1"".>Nibly W found in avery these etamiaatione help ec .Ntr- ID Circuit tour. 1 f

!.:r: .hle p-xitioc- a ov> aicl'onnj're *- ially in malting a just estimate of nDth Judi, : .

: r a !,"'tC il, or an arttfs Fw" .t .... -l.a4 eCre.tadar
f4 fiat. C-.f.r't&
this quali nak>n iB.r tber rut of the ?utFlonda all
r codTrt: :Low lujn capuins if tis.da -
all n riJ.1. tiio Atlantic Cou Lint' ':If :n anti '. \ IWi.Ia. a== .Jet: 4Lra.ja. a.bea
People <
over v I'urj
When teacher ba ltu in
ilw.tii a a
!try trou'J: tan tv :hare! a ped*>: It.iaG'ttaty. I <
: 1. .
L r
l'. I riIaoTT 1' f ra wIn, 1.L UDD; ,
h-cs ;:: the 'uth Ken'lfigtoB tnuseun Si'boi but it i is not fair to eerr.Dmttel ... .
; Folder" for schedules to the tlantcstown Espnviticn. one year r-rt. a ' t.n. .. A.a P.
: '- Locdoa Mail: DeWitt Beehmaelvs
.hold her wholly rt p .,iblr f.t conditions .' eT. .1rGt TLu:. I'Ll.
N '
Two daily train each wav with tltrou;)h Pallavan buiet -Wp-- i \'T\ __ ____
BrU*...< Jmdtr*. there. For this rea*'n. we Ruth B. Beekman

r ink car I It Is a traJ.tloa of the Tatted! States 'ocVr pe<.ial iu.u''t'ment.! .. in the way : affidavit The etiai&ialat attaebed tu haying nd filed etattti 1\ .. .

1..' supri: .vurt. that the late Ju"tioi of inortu-v ia these ber bill l of complaint Li5 belief that t:.. l
Sea 1n. >iitv tiny and fifteec days limit exnu>ioa tklet5\ on Gray' ttl-.> won worldwide. dStiarttwa satarv. t- test fended te. a resident of Hone I' r u

f sale :! a tv Ater of that g eat trlbasaLLev : wb,' tvi?; remain several yrar> in the tate of \.thi..' and that she L r', -- f ULL
from IJhh
-4 daily April to Xov. 30lk at: low rates. t.\.dl t v .
r triad a .law :axe The Winos of the same srbJ and) it ekes not absent fr\'m the Mate of Klonoa:

: curic ! speak well lot ta her to seekto
any of Auewt.1I07. ar.J thAt tber- .
benih :- Ma> J>'huM"tts !O i> soon I '
I after he w. adsiltted to tbe bar that evail this r ip>'os4brjty by ljug- per.n in the State <-f krillupon .. EPRxvafss
For rates Pullman I"t"'c'r\.1ti,1n" and all ,vletaile! jnfonnati. ''II hon; 'would! bend the MIo:
ne ther the .pportualty a-r the aef+' L
school 5b.
ing; ('TelfV. can establish dot aDd that the defecdact .- 4
write cr call en s.ty for praot.otr; h::" prwfe<,,. was' of .
a reputation by successful twecty-vce years age
. presentedf' hti: avx'*> or. JntJCO. Now therrf..r- Bordered t ..t
; I Ir ::\,'r \\\t':. n ':.=*" Jr. the same crock in :a emailb l just as effectually defendect' in the abate- entitled .. ,-

L FRANK C. BOYLSTON.Pitriot "; Il.s: caterer" aa< aluo U in a larger one and a Ruth B Beekaua; be and he Lmjirrd .. .

,.t ,'uctJae:. : : that cf Jmtivv ; ti appear to the bill .-:
Gray Even tit cirt Jo!QceStory teacherhouhi not be recommended pUiat up\n Vi<. dy the 7Ui t>fcvA ,,-
Po5ecj: .\ '::t. .\t::.:.:. t apt 1.-'. I D..147. and to"defend Ute _
'. F who; :rank Mir ha3 and for one : f onr best pOMtioos until aa:: E
curding rules and. ,,' .
Ke::t rs a -.':::::'eatatw aadter late=7:e practice :
JAiKM-NMlir.: : Fl.r .\ she has established
;an reputation asa cvurf: cUkemtfe Mid bill wui .- .; e
is sad: sever to?: have beenpoa titles
.. . .. .. .. .. ... ........ ... .. ..... :: 11 practloe before the bar : uv-cev-fal teacher. This would i-ourse be taken a. cnfe Md.
It f directed
J" urtrrr that this ., -
Site the teacher in our small: be published ''II itfc ae little Ikla.S-
n 'I h t
r The Calamltr .'mt.. be IE the i.azetteNesspubLi eri 00
.'h"d.tkin;;: to look forward a:
Ir)i.i eat a: the asnua: tsf sL.iw bPs lyu&a; .n tie county <,lC:.._..*

r; .. . ... ... ...INNNI..11.1111.1.11.111111111. 111. :.,* .* c.otw, car. called tbe "Ntu tt. and it i il all the "future'that; and State .f Kond*. once a seek f. -
trophe aut.rat-Je: t\1wo\JODd opi. the prc feasicn ofer bar coeetuti-e weeks, and that .::1::::

t.. : .a :."o u.&oniae r.:a, a few: paov*. twenty days from the m iio; of til CHAS. BLUM
the-sack 1 Is beard! the car" fiB to The uniform examination maybe order a copy of Uw aaae be potted a: & CO.MPAM

i Now i is the time to visit : ; eoe a::d :s ::n e pa*:.c ers area extended this year so as to include the door. and of the thAt Court another HoueCoutty. oofy of be\U\!st-r: ,J i I 1 L \> \ !' % > : Ktmx _

: -= ; out The n.achae can be ills ca'y; the sixth and seventh grades. by mail! to tkt def tdar.t. Ruth B. rWfc-. 'I
I. ;u: tether a.2 and ti then ready man dirt< 'ed t.. her Home Blue Ribbon Beer
a t. and
:\ i Lewis 66
When the understandor
: for iio'Jjef Cata.1 ptk. .\1hJCh<< :l'- patrons Ohw !, Whiskgtt
the .
r Tic: :is aa a. r= civk: wax-h ire j2 s nxtiv** in this: metsni*. w* feel l D oe and cdtat' the Cterkr: .-eat .. I LE,tU
! ?i ta.; and t. er: :'.;:it* a lamp under tbesleejvr DeL,id rl.:nda. th:= '::-ih jX" 4
: sure' they RiUve as their hearty 1
\ It. 1907
s reakfast: ; Tbe iavettijr a* 11 1 111... .... .
and We Beal >,VMI. D. / 1 1 1 11 1 :
h.- will -urp rt l'l""rer&tJ"D. are AR1'Cfcrk \\
se::< : : a< it year he isprove '

JamestownExposition. by :_:;*La f :Ver bedstead ia cao- gla t.' fy that ;be plan receives i ..n.t l'vur:. \-\uia; tROt \ .: MALLORY ; i
i ;
cectth :: the sleeper doe set
the hearty end rvn.eit t f a great \.DTRIPRTESITLNTU I :,.- of ti>3. pistol there .

'::: e:.:. .: :.t firm the bed roOMr majority "f c :.ri Lt'*>- Anti in cuSTLIM R \ILFr \\ .\\ LINES ; .

", ':e- ...;;t ,':. : '" :.'!.x':' return, Wt'J: \ :
m Jj>k.on: U.eo to J.fne to.n.

i .. speaks we/:: :: r *..-. c- .r:.'. '* "" _
i !' t* 1.wet .. F.fteen day ticket. SPECIAL FISSENGER-EtfHESS ;
:. 1 the r.resos&e< fellow. of Weir work: .

e : there'* no vlocM: about tb* truth of F-:1'-.1: :'.; :'; .n sleeper 'st.'p, vets :i : STEAMShIPS ..

I .. :a.t ,::1 say._;. -Th:. EX we -j rt. the \. ;' ... .wi-hin Lrnit .; ;i.....; ,3.t:, : tke :
= ''e WITtt t' .
ny tMliltll tper. ;.- a"
"1'"l't." .: *.'. SL'p. 'tat :.t .:....... \ i tt'iiPttlal.l\e; ..
.. ?* $ a':: .
tapr'Ters ;
w- "
' : :her way Tie mjre! we : Important 1' '. .
1I'at. ::.e :>.a W'f'I"1 :.s.Se'ph.iM 5 DRAWER within tle. '.-"' r thr.r H'.VT" tred :
i' i Take the : seas DROP HEAD ... .,.- :: : "f.t"l" +..t'rrt r, .' he er attn, t : s t air .
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; t tarr :r dic .la nrryhr hoist :

; .. .Bk ',ta" Milk rt,..!,.. .'; skt 1' ; .;, : t =, { .'.": S t F\ -.k i 1 tv f J tt R.4tN1lW' i -.' t.r r. 1 NtTl

f. : t'a. :e Otw' ai ., I fire SE\\ G :th :: : .: : r 'h : '(b. 0* 4 M : Fhwtda : '='
ii,' aaotkeT* :to bet ; I1) \af litRlti AND .v t.- v '*rHo
.\..-:1 5at'i-\; :\>O Therei : .. MACHINE a "" .: ,- :o: d.-hafe, p tS LItHT s\ 1 ...

rk k i SEABOARD Air Line Railway B: bj\!> ,.:<, J ;:' 1'.r : 1t.t. : to Ftvtq C bl.1 lL.tM 1 ..
t. : : a' -ltefa ;utats .aUu151
: e t' +e ttah-ITaf. f _.\ _{ $15.75iITR ,j 3; I .
*'':::' oil thdens to nl .i sa 1 ; .
rl ,;;e. J .
M'L7harper'. \t't"tky! 1 ;. M. .
IRON.MO.NOI-K. Jr. i:2 --a, .
r. erR : .i :a. ."
4f .;
. I: Year I x" J -fa. .
Warranty l .. 3. y rat.t..-,. i -
era.Is .. IS a a :.'. pa, : :: Mich. 44 4-. H rDaytona- .. tasat. ,, 1 ..
f1R' ;
i The Line. i mner eetr's. a prey f,.: .c. .... ...
Popular aryr* :.: ::;;t',; .. au sat 4 viert. N.a.'artl falls. N > 4-, ,,,- ,
-, rate.:: .
ca. a
: :w a. .r..c.
.. "On Fes.noct. k *t> iwdy and ,, !.>r-. 1:1...ae1Y-rea : : xiCf aY'el..Yr.t.I Pu-a-R O. 4: ,.-,
txi an 2 aotoaoDO* etberNew: a:: -t-T*.!y t.. ra-Sw IS '.1.Jn... : .. . . .
York Life sales &ttt4. a. a:' .-'yc.: ... :-.J Wa-hinct .iB D C., :r: ,
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M.I tta' a.! a a-w L6. a et .
: Pullman rt' erratiollstnd other information : --- --- 1.. tT.: "',:",, .-oJ .: ...... It:1 .. L.ut> }ft.. Teaa.' ->U'.
l' .
t :' v Less!: $ \) ..
A aal -: ac Ice
Bad _.... .
.1..a For further icfsnw : Company
a :: .;ni full-!! ,
: It -u t"M cf love t: Jr't s'sitasn't Vie' aa'r r :,r.rret.r.'tt-.t.t.g .
ij. : S. C. BOYLSTON.) .1r.J .\. (h. I P. \. 'It" ::%-; man le-efl'atldn" call cm ur nte :

-Ie<. If tie poor iy had only tees :er. Fna i 0 Bcy P PURE ICE
: Jacksonville. Fla. : Anderson U3n1w lre Co. 11'Tinca. erv
::1.;- glad wit: k"t.q ht "-Pic; M! wa1. ....r:... :_-.N. t' : _.. -r .1.Ya. "- I Made from Distilled
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