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 12, 1907
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Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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, .X o. 20 o.ts Enrywbere. Rudlu All CUuet. Daytona, Florida, Saturday, October 12, 1907.() Bed A.hetlsiJlC 'tedilim ... u.ton. and Vicinity.!, trice 5 Cents

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\\ e are putting out new bargains every day on i I : :
our Bargain 'liable i in the line of Hemnants of 1)ress : IDEA COMMENDED. i i0 .

Goods, Ribbons, Laces, Embroideries, Slightly oili i : DRY GOODS MERCHANTS, :
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ed Goods Patterns : :. : .
Skirts, Shirtwaist Suits, I Ilots I :;, : .

; ; Etc., Etc.. and we invite you to look them over for : : WHAT SOME OF DAYTONA'S REPRESENTATIVE MEN THINK OF THE t.1 is t.I I Anthony Block, Phone 102, Daytona, Fla. :

there may be something you need among them, and I. .
> will save you money. CHAUTAUQUA ------

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The Peck-Hendricks Company. He; ,'. llyron F. Marsh The recent \Vm.Jackson--Manyof the people I 1. II. Clark, Jeweler I am in ''i NEW GOODS !

i. action of the hard of Trade in who here interested in favor of anything; that will benefit .
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favoring the establishment of a (I'hautauqua[ work.nything that the cite and I believe Chautauqua 1; i Prices as low as the market will afford. !

.............1....1..1.I............................. : Chautauqua here thou\) meet the interests and amuses them will\ be would do so.< ;i I.
hearty approval of all citizen I {L-unducive to the good of the city. HeFatlt'r} (n' 'It>, lfe: <.tor :St. >! : \Y t' will be delighted to show you our goods and :

.: M. ELLA DE VOY CO. heard a minister! once say in a pub- I lf) course the financial end of this: Paul's) Catholic Church- -We aresadly .i : have you examine them carefully. They were selected li i

{ lie speech that he couldn't lie fast proposition, is the main thing. in nci-d of clean and intelligent '
\ ) some : for you with ('an). :
: LADIES' HATTERS : I enough to keep up with the truth 0.! II. Gardiner: Conrad roomy amusement for our winter .

: Correct in Styles. Personal attention to Fitting.: j when he was decanting on the Ix-au- '' I'o. It is wl ltat the city mark.rill visitors.Liwrence. : The Chas. E. Gardiner Co. !
: No <; South II.'adl .strwt Daytona. ties of his sift inn of the State. .
..................................................... I Natural advantages! !have giu'ul! do more for the city than a lterti'ting Thompson. I Bingham ,VThompson : Anthony Block, Beach Street :
and I will In something to entertain -
-- I : flea: )E."ilateIf it can .
;' ... iinix ..;.. Riytona) a foremost j place among and interest the i eoplrt. be properly fstahli-Jjc], it will lx a : DAYTON FLA. : '
the beautiful cities of Floiido.
many jOur j .
I ) roads anti river our trees and I I"t.'t'.m [ F. M. Cone! I.. 11. Rowe: A ('0., great thing for the city. It will attract ............$
Miller=Strohm Co.: .l breezes, .JewelersThe bes-l thing that a desirable class of |people and 1
beech I and
, -d-hooU and, churches refreshing homes, 'could happen to give I lavtona) a satisfied furnish entertainment for die home 1.11.....1111.11..111.1..1..1.1....1111111111111111.i.
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Successors to S: and people, constitute a rare and tourist crowd. The one thing I people as well.

PECK & FOSTER. f winning combination to bring ustourists we tired above all. W. M. 1 tonkins, Alwood Pharmacy II CONRAD GROCERY CO. I ;

:>0 .' and liome>eckers. .\ I'hau- \\'. t i., C. Xa.Ja.s.'It' ,-See -I am in favor of tile move for

Family Groceries tainpui( located) here, while it \\illahl no reason why it should nut lie a I believe it would he I 9 g1*"! thing !I. I II
ts Successor E. T. Conrad & Co. : .
greatly to our attractions will good thing for the city as it would for the city, as. it would furnish entertainment I I. ( :; to ) ,.

5 Ii rain Farleyand he l one of the in<", t t'lft'diagt'ncits bring a desirable, fUss of pen>l>Ie i for the tourists in which .tJ
=i Food :: we rt-uld employ in bringing our and furnish entertainment. Chait- I resi'ect we are lacking. : Carry a Full and Complete :
:: : town and its advantage to the notice t.lIqll:1ill"ay: well spoken of whereestablished. : Sihniidt :Sthnlidt's\'ilka- .
Henry ,
a l'ri"1'1" Products 't : Line of Plain and FancyIGROCERIESI' i
IT'f3 of the great public. .
ALL IN TttE 6HRED8".tnru I think \\1t4l1.11".' a wise plan Insecure t

:1' .....rStenouirprtruu...I .uuruunuuuennwunruuuwuwwnruwui..uinrt, The Mother Chautamiua in New E. J. Mills, D.iiry Lunch-Have the Chautauqua, as it would .

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> r..r.. Chaiilauqua, but know i i/.e .

| Bond Lumber Company may make 1 toy tons a household! that it nuist. l loe a g/Mul thing for I s.W. M. Moore, Moore Umthers: C,.. ,' .
i I word in the north by building here
an institution established, on similar I nl)tuna as it has for other .i4acos. -It is. what the (it)" >>t'"t Is. Know I. ---+0i -- .
I lines. It'l Fuuiak! :Springs in S. II. (Jove, .\nLilt.d1..1 l CHI I i I of nothing I letter.. i CLOVER HILL BUTTER. i
/ : tr.wttirWoIoIIIt.1 the lio thing; 1 W. .'. Gillie F. Gillo Co.. .
PINK AND CYPRI-S5 IwUiYlDdv XT XT T northwestern 'l'al i it of our :Stale j \: .
that ...'IMltal'llt< for the city. .
has for many years maintained a fauu.1)i I Druggists) we can hccuro it, i il

< Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, 1'rick; Lime : {'halitauIlla.ihc( : has often I R{. I. Smith Ideal: Ebtate! -Think I \\iIIloe a good thing for the city, awe i The Conrad Grocery Company i. I

.. : offered that covered biweeks \ it wout.1II\ nl for tin- tired something of the J.intll'f' >reIIr.
onle' .. il111.: IMF C a program gr thing I "
and ('Cl11ellt In Htnc.k. Iall..,. and uraoge ..1cIstuMILim4 I : fc. T. Conrad .V (Vs. oM stand :
I and 1 Irate vet tu learn of city and its! people.
) S. W. Carroll, Groceries-1 li; j i.
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KaltililHUMion Hmifor.l llrniirli. of Uir K K.C.: Ky. : any tl.iggiiig ('01. \V. M. SlwfTuer, Iteal Estate!' ii OJH of the best l features ever pn __ _. __ __ ,
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i Phone 8j R. J. A1AI.UY. Manager. : of dollars have Ix-en in.'t'.tt4l Think it will lie a go od thing as posed for the l ln: fil of the city. I..-.....1.I.1.1.!....... .
in and around that! town, .
.4*.*.44NI...*....4........*.*I....*........*...... : and the ( the it is an educational movement and I ('. .\. Stele, I ISicycIe: Livery I I'' :
Chautauiui] : was magnet tends to the uplifting of tho mural looks though it h""t.1" |tIC gotxl
as ; a
--- that drew attention to the
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:S A. n. ncBblllE 'F. N.(">NKAI location for tin .'1111 Ii tori 11I11. The 15. Yarborough, Manager Anthony I S. I It.: Green, ('(..)tral Auto ( arag f
:; PulJnl C.,hierMERCHANTS minister I quoted in l beginning haul Brothers: It would 1x3 a good 1--1 am heartily in favor of the Since'

I what might be called a copious<< \-I thing for the city if |*rn'anenlly e-- I for a Cltautauqua for i if well conducted :j NOW YOU ARE TALKING! "

BANK cabulary. I grow quite dizzy \\ tablislifl, as it would) furnish! eatertainiiR'iit i it would] IK a great thing r'.1 i r.

:E 'Itrin'b .k.i. County Hank) ;. I try to think! what he wool.I. say j if for the tiMirists.J. the city. :5 That's Business.
JS Capital :tK'h. ..... .. .. .. ......... ? :rM.l* ) : he were to portray the advantages L. Wallace, C'urwtre:; --I : :
Rev.: I). II. Hulter-It must 1 IK
:: IVrs.nal Liability .. ...... ........ .............. KlOHiO( ), of this ideal Mont.'o ;ui Imrcrowds think it would be a good thing if very evident to everyone w lio: ha 3 i'I.i'I. I take: pleasure in mailing fur your order anddelivering ;
;: TraasarU a (ieneral Banking Business. IK! king there if we place we can get it established.K. want. My stock
promptlyhat' ti :
;; given the iiwttor any thought, thaI t L : y ,
.5 4 lU'1' 'PIlt. Interest Compounded l (Quarterly Paid on ; the right attractions to rail them to :. \r. : II'i. !I... high!. appreciated ;111'.J) ) taken) rare of.
entertainment. It well I : ) -i
-I have written officially to Dr. public w a
:. : Savings! : _: 1ml: the advantages that would I'li'iiio youranfs.. : "
. 5 : Clarence B. Stroiise inviting tim to known fact that in neatly c'-erJ I : me '
; SarI Iy Ihjiosit Koxcsfor IJcnf: : are'rue to our home people cannot visit i Daytona with a view of e4ablibhing rtorlltern town 'If> anyonsiderati<>n 1 1 .. i"

l- :Suuunnunuuuuuuuuu,..r !brings artists and. orators, tlt8I.lIlUMC'r..
frequently during ,
i - thint.'oul.1 1 be a good" thing for the II| .
singers. and vlebrities.. and the .
city if it can I lit' accomplished.James tor more lecture courses. Thes .
the highest ,.standards of life to our I! nortliern peoph have the Chautau: ': : The North Beach st. Grocer. : .(
6 very doors. .I'plift in education, Kiricaid; Il
tI I Norman S9 inspiration in enlightenment for I ('o. Think it a good thing eehleti-! ( I prove another factor in attracting ;; ; 'J elei I >hoiie No. ID. : ,""+
Dayton entertainment. for the .t
as an
youth and age, adtrrtUing for our I ally I tourists to visit our city, and provi, .a.1.I.111.1.I.11It1.1.1..... ; 3'

1i i town, and) settlers! to come and eat I winter visitors.iarth I a means of keeping them when here.: -- -- -- ---- --- .,,
in heir I..t l with i us thc e advantage (; It. Pharmacy i \
Young Young's/: Without a great deal of cost it i iiniNs i- ',
Plans, Estimates and manifold others might heenumerated. I -I think; it would' lie a good I | @ibIc to obtain such forma". I I .v' 1

I. With a pood. auditor thing for the city, if it can he catal ion as is gotten through these leetures. I Ii

I Superintendence ium built the Chautauqua, well i lished, judging by the results! (01 The educational features arr : Norman S. Dayton = J

managed would) not only joy for I'' ('fJ1ubU'IUa.'hrk| in other. |I"4ares. I unsurpassed as only. the best tales' ,

i Lumber Yard. Magnolia Avn.iu' j.i..i 1;. I'. '. '.a.f:' itself but bring in hand, olue returns It would 1 attract a good) claims of i.. utilized 1 by the Chautauqua pro.1 "'" .1.1i

Ideal r.statenfli: 1st i1...r wmllmf) jKisttiflico. Vr II. EDMONDSOX. in a hundred ways. Let us \people antI advertise the. city. muterThey keep one abreast anposted <

I ) Manager Dajtona, Fla. Th.-nes at (.pili,.e, yard arise and build. Ci. II. Matthews. Citjr IIote4 on the most recent scientific i LUMBER. ,

and rt'iI'I\"t ('. E. Johnston> proprietor Silver Tipped, l.h-ery-'i.\Js awl benefit to the city. may be seen practical demonstrations : Yard, Magnolia Avenue an,1 i I i. I I.: t'. Railway. Ako .

evidently ,believes, that the etal i of the intricate workings oft r I'tans."imal.s awl I finis[ eriiiteii !Irnt< < Keal l:tae oflire ;
hment of a Chautauqoa would be T. S. Wood Dry (?K !S-Thiuk wireless telegraphy etc. Here tot..1 rat dwtr south .,1 I'. n. \\'. II. i KI'MoNJ: h'oX.u Manager .
it would be attraction win- I
:............................... .................. the greatest thing that could l.dotte I an to our I is heard some of the very best musical -i Dfeaytona. Flri | ter visitors as well as of interest to
: WHIN YOU ARE CONTIMPLA'IINngfttiii" : for Daytona. Mr.I Johnston, after I residents. We need something of I talent of this and other coun i, .
seeing the results of a Chautauqnaas I tries. Things religions are heard ii ;
Z a (ialvani/eil Iron Tank a now Tin I CM{ .f, a I Hoi Air Furnace : the kind M a place of amusement.
as condiictetl at HendersirtiTtlle this i I no uncertain terms from the greal. .

: or any t.f the other metal nive.siIits:; reiiiircd| I to "-oinpUte I a 11I,1 I I. !>summer returned to this city recently I I F. T Peck, l-wk-Hendrk-ksCo.- religious leaders
,1\\dl l ihig, reinelil ls.'r (hat ; greatly enthused upon the I think would he a good thing, in this may be had at a very small<..t' Hotel
, i subject and to him is doe the present : that it would bring needed) amnsei I hope that the Chaulauqtia -\", i J>

o agitation for the establishment :i rnent to tile city for the entertainment may not abate' until I);;i\toiia shall]

f fi I C. NASH cfl 5ONDAYTONA. I 1 I ot a rhautauqua in this city. of our winter visitors as well I haw one of the best lecture cm i r .,.. tS 1q OPEN All THE YEAR .

i FLA. II. S. Miller I president ..{ the i i M for regular residents. I in this great South Laud Ik.t Y: n r "'

l ; arc I IM'SI prepared to give prompt! and reliable service at lair priceUeneral I!i Board of Trade and member of the | fow Smith, Manager Daytona lee I Dr. H. H. Stelye't' me i :I

t : repair: shop on Volusia: Avenue next to the .\rnwr)-. =fcl: Miller-Strohm: ('u. If we can get (\). Think it would be a fine thing;' large building fur public uiteitaii.ints .,. ? .. ; Fable Board.
4 the kind of it and if this present move 10'.1'! i b ;'
I right a Chautauqua tor the ( .itas people want enter-'I
Phone 58. Out of town work} M tTcd. \ will be benefit the to that it must be "I[ bem-lit: to ;dl' .
: not only a to city .. Uinment of some kind and a Chan-
II ...1....1.....................N..............1...< I I in a business: way, but will have astrong tauqua would supply a high grade. !city, but without more I.II0wl\.I1 l ;< GEO. H. MATTHEWS ':
the for tlii,.
I tendency toward the uplifting lof plans conducting
.....1.........11.......... ....1111111.............. of the educational and moral 1 Norman :S. Dayt n. Lumber and i. Chautauqua than i now IH"" ."Sdo 1 -- I'KOPRIEIOK.

: J. n. (i.\URIOOX K. I II. TAYI.OU :.: II' tone of the comtminitr. j Heal: Estate- think very favorably. not feel equal to express: au opinion -- --: --- .,.
.. Iiii. .\ close- examination of t-lectric- :: 15. Fos ter. The tiloleThink it of the Chautauqua movement but t as to its power for 'itl.u draw- ..................................................
.. al workimbed aDd charged for : : I; rather than the City Island would I I tug visitors to Ltaytuna or keepiuj 13 : E,'.LI I-h. I .'. \...a'r" ar. lt..l.tfa< hln. r.- t.' 10..1.; :.
from shop sows tm'* squat- : I \\t.ullloe a very good thing, if we : suggest a location with grounds I them here. .
:: it far letter for the city in : f'Uk fABLE : .:
I ly und honorably: transact our can get about the '
busill"&. Klcctrical repairs receive :: I my opinion. than the automobile i I tr. _\. Foye. Fountain City Livtrand :f : -.... S.W11.1.. OL'lrllS I : .

.. special attention.: Those .: i races. i j Wm. Ko\by, I'botograpber;I Transfer Stables-Cannot se e : .**%t ?;...;:.:' t I.. >L r,:. v&rtb. Kaglnvt. .* .1t
, who employ us never worry aLt.ut :: F. N. Conrad cashier Merchants carried out snccessfullr., it would i IN t how it can help being being a g>(>t .. --..... _. .: i 1.r> .->w : "'); !fiE"C. ..\1. .: '.Boilers workiut: ac.d; n. chliry all kind--,,,0.1 r .: .

I uur charges, and they know before .: B.1ukThink that with the class of a good thing for the ,,f : Jo..4:-J -jppiJ'W.- cur:> a. f
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engaging us that our workman -- .- J.; a".1 "t. I...... .
: tourists we have a Chautauqua for oilier places. for our .iatt'r'i.i .. .
. i ip Mill be the lx>t. : : I J'.ulp" : :
would lie very good tiling. ton.
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t W. W. Austin, ftkrcle livery : 1\ : .j; :- : \ .r } .Ufll.'il. v. .
Daytona Electric Co. : liraham i Thorn pilon. I'.icycle liv E. L. Shear, Daytona m lain: .. \ .. ,
I We need something of that natnn .; : ( .'' :. ;"...' 'S \-: ; a r. t'l :
t riholll.1: be a good thing, as we dl'--I certainly belie' touUi b ..
. : S itl" r fjth Street
r. :?3$:? South Reach Street need something: to atutwe the tour- m.ll think it would Le tboruhh. he a cood thing for l-, -- : .Mil r\ ...SI\l) LOMPAiNl\( MI. \:\ .\. UHORUIA. :

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, THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS Ormond. VOLUSIA COUNTY The CHautauqua Idea Commended. -a
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY .r ',t: 'f 'ron : _;. Ij'MiJiiililiiSIIHGctT f J .

Onnoad, Oct. 9--Victor Haa.b-it aad
BOARDSEET.. I' i f M. Rin ham. Kin ha;. rx
T. E. FITZGERALD. Editor :; wife, of Philadelphia, have been stepp ''
L ct
u_ : ifaley Cu.-If it can be rarriJ f ut flftf
j at Mrs. Mason's a few days locking R :
over the town to Sad a lot on which : as 3acce*!faHy here as Mr. Jo'uu&t n 5WkTt1nwR

I THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY to build. They hare sp-nt thin rs (County CoramiasioDers and whorl claims it is at Hrndersonvul .:

( INCORPORATED !! at The Lord Board MoU L'neventful 1 Sessions
will re a tine thing for the ity
G.Ccltt"n went to Mound Grove

r r- j: Mcaday to fiaish ere work oa M:. MeLeaw's <; at the County Seat. \V. H. EdmondsoD, Lana,r N .r- -
Entered at tie poe at Duytoca, Flcnda, 25 Second Class If alter. >! rtks
house.Jaraes The Board ..f County Commis- man S. Dayton Rral E!Ute-If we IIII

Ca veil is a.sorkbl g on the sicners met at DeLand Monday tV- ,.can erect the building and .et .:.- .u--18dI-u'II trfLbfe.Ulfctct .
SUBSCRIPTION RATa concrete fence In f rent of his residence
; 'eninq with thrte members present u .t the investment
will1' re en we wjjl r..e
I ca Panetto! street. We hope he
Ose ccpi ere year-....... .. .. $1.50 It agreed I that the Dayttca t' Ofam want teal in i Harry

Ire ccp copy ttre:ccttis* troths. :: .:::::': .. ::::::: :: :::::: ::: ::::?:::::::::::: .:..::::: ..:::-....-: ..75Oi -W I last have one better was success a faiter with thL OLe as the telephone was doubly have the benefited e&tenaiBi&; as we with will Mian-also in tone you room in the horse tte fur.

ADVERTISING RATES. Chas. Kitchen, cf Dsytc&s. Laid a lira vial gain in ajditioa.A. nice das no* rack 1 Iii sa easy to
of $ewer Dds r pipe for the Lee side of the DeLanJ and Daytcna .
Dl5PL.DVERII5E.lEST:. house River View i Staplrs. Staples .t Catten pick up and carry a
read said
as now placed provided
Eat per lica pe r iuertioo to regular advertisers... .... .........._...... ...-10 cot4 |i! E. C. ToUnaa, our enterprisJEg grocer From a superficial knnwf! -!ig t Rite per tea per ir.vrtica for less Mi three iDecUis......... ..__._..._15 cent* Wt tows for a short vocation lit willvtiit polls shall be plated back distance would it
f Rate per Loch per iisertks for sia !e insertion ... ....__...._._.._.._-3* cents his brother in Erie. Pa.. aad.friead t; .cf fourtttti fret from the center of jadce to be a ;oi :r..n. PERFECTION OU Healer
4 for the city as it ,,uld '
t lUr
READING NOTICE? OR LOCAL?. : ia New York etat, before re-!Isaid road. lad provided further a

i Rate per Use, each iisertioa..... .... ....................................-. .10 sea v ttitait;. I that wherever said line cresses said good class of people, bein: r f an e-> r: 4ojpp d Witt Snaelul* Derle>

f RATES FOP. CHURCHES LODGE5. ETC. A. A Buck sad if with Mrs. A.U'aUoa o8all..ftaraek-r. fcr &eHouse.
*, nar-wiiaUe any room in
i AH: club, society crgariiiatk::. Io f.? sd chureii notice+, other thin rriigwu? I and Miss Pearl MAIOO west read the wire shall beat l Irast twenty to &t room you want to

ser iees. S eau per 1i*.. Cads cf ttacis 30 eecti e wn. Ffo tatfea*. 5 cent the up fret above the road be-1. l r E. L 're '3n. City Fhysi : ..LDon't It Ius 1 real smcckdas ittalsclolelypTnrenlnijnaokeor
lOe. Legal adrenisirg at lejal: rates.GENERAL rater Toeniay aioraicg eaaping.
t per PROM
No sickle charge tar display ad>ertlsizg of aay :bad fc*# taaa 39_. th* tblit,: it good hi viie !pent a week coomil assin,: for the city'* share would be brevet for Daytona 'i. : u Uw is you like-Iran (lent hikes 4 quart of oil

Good position given every advertisement.: nt.:1 extra efeajeeof 2 e.(* pet tacit uf t.-.- tie ne every tan. Mr. Buck Uuu of road tax was referred to attorneys tie establishment of a Cbauu ia that oat glowing Led kr 9 hun. FlisKed -
will be made for ad with speci ed ;tic *. No touB* gto* uti a\is> aim
tx. pe : s- dw.1a "D a Bt. and we wish' .
r !. thaa five inches. k.aI,t \\-oCatk of the board for inn \i tioD. It i isna the rhea; fr fJUr1. po: in japan and nkW; -*a ornament

No aJvertisecetits accept**! fcr lie Srst p- The bond of J V.: C. Mt: visitor aad Uw attrsctioa oc.rr: harts warrant '
t Extra c&arg rrace on d fcsplay advertifexenis containing an of nt rrliaa I't 1 o *t>i.a a as esiifV to '_Tmcidt [ aaywkert Ev ry
30 words to the inch ; .- .- Mr*. Freak C-iby who, Major Florida State Trp-/was You cannot qoote me too !trvn(i% I

t AS to payab> on the rt ..! each month.SATURDAY. .' .I July approved. favor of the movement.

_. ThtYbLanip i
r --- -- - -
The i utioo requesting change of I a.i. itt'
k OCTOBER 12, too; An Interesting Record.G. s ie .p w fr..aee t, }
t Port Orange. tie rtMte of Dushwtoo :arena w&s raW. II.- .' u

-- ---.- ------ ordcrt filed and Oeo. W. MrDaaid, H. Matthew, the p>pubr a rt D.If tole nit r tern.. wec i ba..oi'i d. 1,

t' ............. .;;: \1'- i-taly t Tt'ra84tt. Ps. M tb. F-rt :. rt.Iti J Dh.1t i J. L Pattilb aad J. A. Tedder were of the City Hi/tfl. e:1.. >ix j ars )I .d& ,lee raaM _ft.mui* FtrMM w.'I CU HMW .fUr.Lkv.*!" !.', I

f e.rt fl ia zfetr. Mr. R.. arrti: :i. Dik/ra Saturday.J a go t. keep a nrOjrdf tbe I'Y i .
: appointrd a cvmmittrf to mark aad regiKratkns
SEABREEZE and : a: t..r ruI R. M. MaiVr*. 51R *.:.t. T'.ti purchax-d part of J. A.Texkier view thetne. jl trav"liog men pnttinc ip wr.DA.KD OIL rorA-
*- "s :0 peed a cork cf ..till tract of lard aaJ has material
t I DAYTONA BEACH j's tt.: o& the ground to build home The tax bocks for the year l' "; with him. singe which time :h.-rb& \\\utiuiiumttwHmuuwuMumnuuumwwmSTAPLES\\\\\ \\\, \ \\\ \\\ \ \ \ \, ,\ \\ \ lU t t t ta

: The YOWl: pevple had another \ery wen rhea evanuned. cumpare-1 and : btrn practically cndual: ::i'creoje -

:..........1............. r.jv-yaWe daace Thursday nijbt in> l i iaprrct"e from about !?"/ to 2?.; -aepast ..............+x.+** .. ..... ... ...**

t Seairwie, Oct. 9-C F. Burjiaawaj Llattons Buda. Oct -.\. C. C. l j Ridgtvovd Hall. The aitcrseys of the bosr were year. amoontinc t.. .'.:.'. : & CUTTEN "
1 is New Szuyrra Tuesday ;Ji-t: wed pr-- ., at tile M. E. Char b i Mr. Fair is pointing Orac Church.: 4c4
1 reqot*{tJ to ante to Betd aKncl. fifty jr cent a ;:a of 4* I't''h aa
Sunday DO :m.. M!* Mi ice Milburae is nit additioc
MJa Mary Lou tans wtti to Orlazdo g as HeatingjPumping
of Bolow. aDd F. E. C. made the past !& This w !. ,- Steam and Hot Water !
the latter part cf last week -n a Rev smith Kirk has esebiiswl hu :; !built to her 'c, f? on Ri f; .- Ry.

few days visit with frtends, f a:tora' at Daytoca Bvask with Re r. :wood avenue and r*s rented it for the of St Auras tine. informing them dicate either aa increased+ v :,:..: a

Parsc-nj, : Marko lad oho if water. ba-intk in L" Outfits of All Kinds. || ;
At aa adjourned; eessicrj cf the Tows v es- that the C.unty caaact kerp up a ? ytusa. r a .-

irw Coutil Sept 3t), a moticn was 1 petted to arrive here sometime nextwek. Roy McDai.i' ; 4* having a boue built draw bnd e over smith CrtfV. as orooa compriitiun for the t.upo .. a
the street cvrsmvlccer: be authorlied Mrs. Kirk's health: 5u no: bttn''uD his lot on Herbert avenue west ..f the : ..n, j is :ri- beat f,r lar,a building boa water f'r nttt9 *
now re-juired. sad that onk& said >>ibly <'Bbeihinz both. '
to opta Palmetto nEn.S ptitictedfor. i good for the past lUmmtr sad >h i railroad. : : ... :;'* Ju*< !y "I an frasa lli Un. acd we ]

Ia pursuance cf whkh D. /wished to be tertr her mo wr. Thy Prof. B. F. Twiifer H*.ks Park org parties maintain: said draw a: tketr C ": Yoa :nat we rya farmUJi a keatiai< system that '

I D. Pagers was o"er from Day toaa Friday fey sot pj.tkU .av :iia: .bat if the aued a oLM ia vocal HUMC ? tur
stalirg out Palmetto avenue, which i pet',> have Na lautified- spiritual evening in the TVn HaiL tu rrcaove aid bridge, the Vi i. t'.ria McCoilum at ..-- will

will be grubbed, graded aad shelled.r ; uplift a- tb* parse Lage ground* have b F Duriti the thunder stonu Sunday af- irate brio,; an .,bstractMO to naviI Cul- were amtrd in I.&r: a. : .-r J."eShop i

Staples A Gitiea are puttitg in the k/-'tr aad shrtb, ty their wcrk then ; tcrLovO the k;%tning entered tbe offiee oD. alf ain D. t.' 1 : and Office Central Auto Oarage. Phcne
: ton. k-t
; : c
it aaa fittlsg a: the Pri&ce&s Is rna they"e sot lc aaoc-tg us in'aiD.. "f the F. E. C. Ry. toW ruined the tefe- ......................4.-T- ... .
this stet.Yns. May *2 the:: paths t* prace. graA; iGaruattL.. Miss M4uUum is a tiara..v: ,

E. F. Brutca caa-e hone rridayIrcai A. F. Miller. fonaeriy vf MMiuiebvro.Ky. L CoL BiignaiB. Ma.xw Moms. T. E. The County Senool Boand set XlJO-;!"?, ..,; lady who Ia>sc
a few weeks vest with friends df .. has b* *rne a.-o.ia: d in partoersh4 FiUg>, i aid Fred' J. Niter dear toy eve&icg silo ail tcemben pi- ut. '! n;A/d in Dart na and has ::_.aI.> '\'IIIIIIIIIICI'IIIIIIIII..I',111111111111111111MILLINERY {

ttL tit to ia Grvttbcro. X. C. > A ith Butler A Wilson .:i
f Dr. Xewtoa, his f-e aad sister returned 'firm same of B asa, Wii-on t Co. 10 grid )N. \. W. Carter psi d as pro tea.0111. to l; j jMraagcr
na baring
to PtLiivi the latter PArt cf at the real: &L te aid :;iiraice bUiiesc. t&ruugh ->ur village Tueadayxig rro\lrn is \ Cbaadfer rEp ted repair at yt. 5isa his ANNOUNCEMENT ;

: 1rt k. The doctor enjcjeJ his vacatJocof M r. MJierid fasniy: are now at theBuchaza ;- to O&k HilL Hurt Lake ,u& tt*d at.* that iUUeie the pH two winters hre aft 'I uu- .

a wee* cr kn days. visitirg pits; his a <.ot..tfe uo the Nack.Kc Rev .L J Wilder aDd Mr. bc'Opatd prob.rr oat barrg .. oA the work atCom. eat at Tbe kiJ .\A--i. TIkn.: wS

; t ttsuly \he latter part cf their sty. se A }b. .:- ai atta-Ae vf the were in tyro this wet:. I'tL.W !boo toe.a cvaple fur tbo pre emt nil! n.air 1. :. \\ .Jd! ha> engaged the >*--rvtif of

'i.. Mrs. H. Morrjsvo.' who case .tt r :i ifrco .fi.o=ce at :acc ooc.i5 her oa a Contractor N'ewotM, of New Ja Freviit reported that soft bad their bogie in WaabingtaA.Mrs. S .'lrs.rlcttl Morrison the Boston Milliner
( iii Mrs. 1. C. was A u u tot -4 the seek kxik- ;
; >
Lake Htlea fo: a few wrtk! a: yw s. er. oraat. n >e : bta fixed .t 5c\die and porch bulla atMeGkon W. Wicking; aa J tone, has u.t u her cottage to Court- E. J. MJIs i.wthe: upper rwK2s fait ins for carpenters ; aad other rtpeerc okade. He Mis Ben 5 millinery was ., [ ,[ ular with the.y .
J tins ,
t 'hI tu-.ej Ad. ?. Mania. N. < itv. wrrt .:rr -
laid Eaves for a tens of eve ye&r. c.J yla.t p. and it: one U our pvpui r B efenaato. aleo: repute that colored thud at s"

M. L Eaves and faauy are alrea jv- dun .i: fancily will E:d the .iatr her heft Monday for .%une.r. v11k ha.1 bees ee t-d. eat at rile "t"iJinCelebraceJ ; ladiif 1 ' two year au. < 'In

k' k J .. Chaj K.r. y ha reie seu the Ke&ti *ad Mrs. Sautfl, Jr., Mt M.,adaywrrJri fool 'J\te reported :haul boaleta -

Dr. and LP.. Lt aid arrived Cajiio for aaotitr year. { for D&ytcna. where they exptit at Tontoka BUke sad Sfil cr \\CJJID'. T: Wednesday October Sixteenth

heat Ixst Thursday frc-ra a thrte weksfcuAieaa The o- icU proc *dii5s were cr-t re- to reside. W e"ery sorry t v beta repaired and pulc: >d, aiu that a .-
ia last bu. tote them. A c nsldtr3b.e. ttcriD; : 't' vu are coni'ally; invited
adpt aaure trip to the drci i pvc".li : wetS igtt. room at Buk w !.i been ru.d fur fl5 an
tvr a old hcze t ace, Charles; City, Iv'& The sic: of the Waite Hoc a to H. C. X:. Haste, JrA uak Hiil, arrived for acboui year a ad that a,,me neeeatary friend .,f Mr. sad Mra. Hn.-> 3

Ttey zcade all: Light steps at JaA.k VC- Jots, of <.*c&U. repc-rted la have tkesplace M-ct Jay af:;ht aad *p et Tuesday Jookii 5 b. bees tact ihti Schmidt gaUiered '!t Dmi.l s V.a;! | OPENING DISPLAY

tale, Chattaiocja Chicago aid Cltve- ] did 'v; .:en ue..i. Y:. Jv&esia ; over ha property here. The Board appropr.t\i $.1 so per t last Saturday evening tu Lelp; :a ; "h

I.:.\ dangtrously Jl, the kivwkce of which Mrs. WilL Sa ent ':1IC up fNm Oak f month U sweet )!. Purdom in :chain i whet nby couple c'!ebn>te :nc.r '2 ...f ul'-t"rtiatrrle".t style> from latestiiw l York !
Mr. aid y. Clyde Ca- *M 'c ty will be a 3 atcr .f niter ;- 'he frjesdt'of Hi.l Tt.r-da>. crippled to Bart E I
sun :v te etbwL
win if aanivrrsaryTbe L1hJ F.'i-eiijn: : uHJ l.11 the i, >pular .tyles with .

rested tie Erreger river cctuge fcrthe 1f:. aid Mrs- E. L. Howard are busy TCillKrk etas-a spnci.U9 parlor aDd :u.,&; '
oLe xs nut lal and ; I'Vf'.H: ; i i. "". At the of
; tore
feasca. The faouly: are nettled: to i pm; he W::e I H..-ue in a suv tf Kingston. the other ai_+ ieeap dieet. room were Ustefnily decorated a.:. .

4 arrive tiny in SO\t toE:. E. B. Cat*. ':t f.r winter .*est, ber f-r Tbe Board palm) and dowers sad the .
graated tI MiBnrit for as .-
lt.Le'v \.":. 10 -.\. O Carter T. S.
cce cf our rte' w ti: xcurUt: w Ii 1 ::rti: -w& befit or that c f & :it ee.. went tie school a: Cfetetn. f.. led WOOD, 206 So. Beach St.
r lDt.rraia. were treated
to' 5..tlida its to
HasUas.- :Io ciuc rx-
:" k fret iuaprperty -
} / *
rcpt with the faa :;y.Mrs. A. iiivkrj, v: Iowa, who! ). with hiefaoUIy IWD .Al *;
D. F. OrttArd. 'b. has been tits s. $pe&t' 'it>r 111/111f1AJ11fl}r1.a
ssfcfinteiMient wa u.-trutt>-o to e.1l .l i.I11i 1.11 { 11.1/11 r11.
; two.
& with }:. H. E. Wii' ais cOtes 1 1Bcievard. has reau i the Gevrre P. Joaoaoa beach ,. JKc e .ci.tJQal": tatarse. twi- ,... by difent BC. pre efit. > i
: returned hcze Ia otUi! f,: the and .t.arLS sere t.4 Liebets At about
>t week i-oi&iEg M&SOB. 1 is dt eh. 3EftH ary pup tie k-. a&dsuppif tea -/clock ..
\"aitQ thL sec: IL tae aiB&bcr 3
J. B.Abercrosbie *ao juz Lcced cs expected' :v be here t ,eea the c:$; -s for I lunthc Ted in ttttttttttttfttaiia.t.tN. l
4 (1a B. .s Diytota kmdergart He was t :sad lime, ; tI
bricj w Carter. 1fe
? Whey lthD
the ray aad kTt for PtLsid i iafur aad oftetbtfi < i December.
Mcnday >
,, sad ". H. Paiker was ao! in Uucted *, u.t a ..,<- for; room shish wa wasbr Mrs E. H. >
woa.Mr. lti ors tas Nm ed fruiaISLa3d DtLa&d
tt' Herbert J. Chaffer. llbo.1 went t-, kindergarten. Jroocii. oU: r.e '. aid Mrs. George Eaits, of Urtti- ,,, aad ie ktepis oocse at a Board ad urned p Cabinet MaKer.
; k. Ieday nv.-r&-
vSIe.Ky., arr.ved Saturday aght: frcn: 'hooie. Chipiev to take the poaition of asS.ta.t Schmidt kaowt o welt:l L w to ta. Wood WorKer.:

Nhihville Ttia.. aid J. .\. Turner rd .ffhvrt pn&cipai .1l the High &'hov i :' beta 1Iig.t ewerg SHHI-L toe Board d<- a .' :
with a jift r-
\w t coct.
are visilirg I aLi selected at tided tv Teat t,o r-jvu and p.aL, from r- r ....t-*. 'raLJ .:..; w Scne his lrCe: aid faouly e: the ccrtir C f TS11pipr.3IL; & nun at :rat babel principal.Mie Mrs. Haynes .'..: the Dayton k>ndTs>r- A large number .f: --try aaaJwlvtr *.,:..- a
Piiewwd aid Boulevard.Mr. ressde ILL.Jf Mora returned Xotdiy |! Cottace A%enue. DAYTONA, FL\ j
tea at SiSO for tinuu:
Eaves b is recvjvthr j from the t'tcta :. Tt&Eytk j Itft th* .*rly part of the fro: a two week, fiat with bet sitter, !Mr Dunbar instructed year. ; pieces were wtre re- cite: ;. ..................... -4i
[ Mr>. O. H Roueceau .t New Vtbjrraa. was v fW'laJ.eDoeetUa3. tDtLiid borax and IMAit3. aa.pttttttttittttttttttttttft
cf a tenrct cllape frc-a busiie.t week for caji. 11 h re Mr.. TtnEyckwill : .L. 4 wen- a :-
str :a, aid fa here fcr htalth atd rt.-t. ;oiE airs in a few ,isy. It a ucdersT. brti>.i&. ix/a*r with her her httie: uect, : ffJr heite y overly aiir.teIJnNIU t ttR mired Ky all. .
r He is dtt& :eJ Witil t'.l.y ud ter:. ..-d that ):. TetEytk ha rested hicvtti Btatnce Cfclhmt. Wi Mb l. of rahx I The f.t wk. appvintmcnt
f, Ltae of 5e+tatte. ,'tM parties from Marietta. it a wets .t a,-u*. will i ;.:.L hr
wajcoafimed.ew5ayn.i DYr.L & fifty .. a.:. -iuu -- ::
si.W'r. Mifei I REAL
Mrs. Godazark fa-ts xatd Man- 'for :.he winter Utrv:c'i Mr. Edn, Jesse K i M- J. Jnutn rnxiCi| : etta, Gsi., zd wffl proLbly sot .. fartter --A the Duytoa: RtiJ Eitate Atscy. .wait *.h Let week f
b corth if tie '.OL't d to improve 1t. aid Mr*. R. H. Hilton who ha\.. }'1"P' h-- '.11 .?-.. :.s r.v:.. lid.aaJ Edi.a Bub tiaft.. ). MJM Yuang.Him :. .s..' Jael"'; '. ._' J ; ..:It" :: f ESTATE.f .
where ab. is. 'betLYri. .Z iconLa curve Jae15' Y'l Sir -- -- LakGie&o .. Jiria utCTIe4s i iulOf "I..U: the ., :.:." "t' :... : Site or Rent. Life, Fire anJ .\ccidenf Insurance. ;i'

Abcrcrooib .Ji jj to IVLiid t 1 two easois .::, will spend for wiatert& (oe: Mffeede Kecwr.Winoaa J f-C ":t: w.-u''l );- 1A.' '.{ -. :: ; A I \ \ fsL\"ii FLA '

the latter prt of the week for & fen their c!w httatt ue.Mr. Holly Hill. : Nellie Kruae. :'t.jt r.y r" ..r.:.. ..Ira.'rk' ......... .. ..... .t. ... .:
i d ys t.t: :.d Mrs. *'>oodaii ar eapecuu :., Ft. Florida Liiiiaa Laiu .. 444

1 M:. aid Mrs. ixJsey Hvgh aid chidrta -! rh\e here :'rv>c< ?-a ni. MJUC*'. Ci .b H.;iiy UiU. tat Id-Mr a&d MrK IvLa&d colored There I ,t"6 ==444Hl

sail fcr Ntw Yo:i. Nov. 5Ui oo J iTtaiast.Mra. M. .\. aad attic daughter tto u rwr l : R..bu.?L urPvc," ,. '
k Duytoaa c&iored Mrt J. P RaiL .
IheMiSiaTccika.a. ixe day boai.Ttty Otu Capie spa sot., JWa&r Jacksonville; aturd&y, whr Tae trees uen bwkc aad !} '%,tie.lafti ." 'f ,'.

i.tijcyicg icidtd health aid rived :N: SiodwXer. : thE future Utej wiii make their hvi .the report.- Art r
lad. art week Mtttai aI f.AifoJ ZTe t : ..1t *..1. .c- ..\r i ; k

are hack; a st sausaid .tvrc plan lid expect :.. IJ the ii ter A hrFkLdf beat Miaw May. Uiue and An&a lice lord aij'ur&"<: to, net:1",-. 4 tLe > 1:0 went up to buio Saturday t. .; l
he.y."J :
i : (N
A O. B*TT! ?upt <_ L't\ I- Cigars
dirt .
with thttr.ettt Carnr. : UAA .
d crator! .:eyed !frca Ntw Haa.paiire of lliaa Miriam. J.btoL ar4 wi > -- --- : : :

k Uit Friday, aid were forthwith- axherarexpectins tl-.t:. h.ahe teacaiiig at that p ace. They tuje :L- kcal Estate Transfer lh:-A-f i.:. I lyr ', .- :..c rta.a.. a

si Lfrd f- trip A Mr. Britt s .s':un- h r>:.:.- if
:1 the varicui port ( text weekW. fc sritc.1r'c oi AI- ; io;. -itii -..rLf. .

Cider d.-tcuoa vf C<.::ator :::mot j jxiivl H. Frvemaa repvrt* &u: rzo- aoo Sunday .ttem, :. Fia., At. t-The f'sib.x.G. : ..\'.-. us .; thee r.i.u.vtr k:. u : Have MadeA
t e Ixxf.e :0 the has;: of tae IS. I If. bO&rd P. J Haw y otode a UttUtta tr-or V> *rs&den uf proper y a a&a ab.t Day* .
i'iMno cuccenue
; a&d !hoi! ret as : vriiLa.. .
o loner
*iitr aid decoratcr!. of Pmeaum DeLaad Tueaday. retunJc;Wed&e : aad .
J. R. expects a food eajobf P. J. wh., pas been pesdis: 'the Clerk uI the (1.c.t C Iilt at De- aarUi: :g tv "..... ...- :.viis u"ate
TcjT.y'-cE tit to -crk for thC : the n'JLat.Maat .
| a va>.ativia of several; seta- here J Land reccatiT.Jeo tu Uir : : :
i "c--m Cv. r'.vppic O M* : :: r .. .:A. : : Reputation
LkSt i. Xr. I of
t jsitijci A Clark end
.1 Gra&d
site T. H. W. hitrlwL
: j Cave. r.. rttur&ed tohi et ux u }. A i J f'u.
: .
a very >.fcij: = d 3 R. ..St
; ; capable aide wish .
are ao; tae recent arrivals. home at L kciand. _t FnGa"I I Root JWw. a port** ',.' .<,: 1 b;t*k 3, .
ti .. care, aud ho ea.-aed his popularity They have taken tae Scaaeidef Bumey was c>. &ected with the I..UJ J* 5ttr: : :eil. .; .a : .. .1.'S

>r rar.Ae :-or-iii. The Ma or'* hcahh i* cotrxvi 1 load Sur vi the F-x-oa Stockiuaa'sHe JAI.oft CsrLrii ri *x t<, ue a:.:: oLe. C y ;. .. ,.. : Their Own

: spa e cgs>. tie va ai<.> cirti at p4ett, bs:i there i ia *Seep hluut. Prt4eC:.ct t .ciaitGs. ?>, icis X 4, 3,6 aad ;. bw.k :_ a&d :.-.:...... .:..:'y \ ...:..:U"t"
ty tee j- if Mrs Aiiissoc ha: ihiL-.t f\: hia w ftt we., L.s '%*: ne satref.ti : ... blare 13
Y.ytamed h HriJ; H:1. ,,,d i part Jl uer .
tet. per-.twt.ty spiss:. .Me; >l- 0d'! C''iUit.7." tae cvact ,tcuosi ft. Hr.kit: u *. M. \.>. $'>, b J : 1 i hr
: *: aa jrtvr .' *u. ce.- .f the
> tau
a \
t t- : Mate
>: cf liiaij hu accepted the p.-.oi ioL wLas: B. Reed gad wfr Miss Vjolet t' C'i *r b llf
L r..ea at McCoy amved v/r e as. .r: s.: :: at.J t;.v" V M I'Jo.a '.. *c oa Bakery. : .rtCt'
Icr tht in:: aid t sti S arc!, aid loco 7i aE r boa -n tae Halifax ;net fro..cxva by: he: fk.CLeJ >_. : ; !: *:rvitoc in4u; >trial; triumfitr Oi tile '
' win be ready tc uie her plait at th t week. They brcc ht with .. ---- ; L.1:* 1 i/da
; toem a iittk lirrrr. 1Ir:, 'i4Li net Two B. Biaakv -; M .t
cJoa if the first =csta. TLU _-: --vlwt Mit e.1't : the freeze.
nu ; vi ta tee& yean Eaiel Rises, S'.Qu: t >. r. : -, -.- 1 .: i* .

.. MSi He%: B-g 15': : LJiy .xof j[. Mr*. \.- frwa the '..i', Cottage '.f t,1t.x a vi fj, :. i.... : -'.' K1 -*;-''' La r. n. ;L ::.. .. _",_ .

Scte. +i e15t ai :. M';kr 1 1t tae "ate PubUc SeaA Ovatef.&s, i joyed ai ,t-ter- : T.-.-- \ : -: .i .. .t 1rEA.t'tria., i. '.;_. : \i..:<- !-O1 t:.. ,.'Jhno i gruwtJM at .1.-.1. .: .

tebh : said be ice;r i. Mif.r.: li s. PM T war 'cr years autrocx R D. Hardia re---.fc ;t-'fi. .. z--;. S. -. -. _. -.J i&der ta Sn.. Lane *r.o -;. ,- i F ;F .. 'r::, r.ia: a,: ;It: tt k Ha _: .ct < ..

Mrs M;;toi. .v i- d by Mr a. Efaitr the BITS'' Cv.Lae-t ,A lie S Lilt FE&UCSthuc. stead that H C .. .-. ." .' .: :. -:" ;.! *"oi.tji i'/;.4 5.!.H! aGd.* her-b-Q. rf '- .oO..:rch'.L iy ...... .t..1 :tic. "t'b. .oIf'af:] t an..t{ t ab* '.. paudrit. a.:. :a t''c

del ht>illy eivr id tie L:l-s Circleat : ': th.> place, sad Mr. Poor was ijA&. &b" ; : :-." ":.' t. igreitt !.. .* f.-i l etr.. 4-15-i- 5"ayt-LA : ... 01'1'l'a t..: .. _i.

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......S..................:I jLadles new watches at Clark's''I Dr. J. E. Rawlings' left Sunday 1 HALIFAX RIFLES I

Local Paragraphs. jewelry store. They can't be beatenin for his old home at Rarfine, Va. \,

: style or price. Come and see for I Miss Frances Conrad has READY FOR CAMP.
taken \
:.......................: yourself.C. a REWARD
t position with the Moore Bros. Co. $100 !
It's none too early to pick out G. Strohm of the MillerStrohmCo. RRK
Mr. and Mrs.( Louis Adler returned -
that Xmas present. Hare it laid I ., went to Jacksonville Monday. I Company K Will Leave Daytona Fri-
Monday and are at home on
tben-ifs here when
you wantit. I day, Oct. 18, for Fort De Soto to
H. Y. and Fred Stillman arrived Magnolia .
avenue.eFullIine I
You know what happened last It has to notice that dealers have been
Wednesday their Take Part In the Encampment. come our unscrupulous
year. All goods engraved free. accompanied by i of bread, cakes and I
mother and Miss Sadie I hoodwinking the public by offering cheap and inferior compoundsas
of K Halifax Second
L. H. ROWE & Co., The Jewelers. King, pies. T. F. Curtis A Son. Company Rifles -
Durhamville N. Y. Regiment F. S. T., will leave "Cottolene" or "something as good as Cottolene.

Attorney from DeLand Bert Fish was in the Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Atwood arrived I R. T. McFaddden. his has added a the verandah here Friday of next week for Fort We will give $100 reward for evidence sufficient to convict a
city store building
Saturday.Mr. on on
I De Soto, where they with other portions retail dealer of
Friday night of last:::! week of Beach street and lane. fraudulently substituting another product when
and Mrs. U. .1. White were in from their summer visit to Boston I(corner Ivy of the First and, Second Regiments -

the city from Dupont Monday. Westford, Mass., and points in Xew I The Halifax Rifles will hold will gx into camp for ten

: guard mount and shelter tent pitch- days beginning on the 10th.! I
H. S. Barker, of Oak Hill, was a Hampshire. I
ing practice tomorrow afternoon at The boys have been drilling twicea
Daytona visitor last Saturday. COTTOLENEThe
Fresh onion and bean seeds.
2::n. week for some time and tomorrow
Freeh garden seeds. I HANKINS, The Druggist. .
afternoon will practice guard mount
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Carter made
HASKIXS!, The Druggist.A. I }lr. and Mrs. G. L Johnson were an automobile trip to Oak Hill Tues and shelter tent pitching.

Hurd arrived last week from I called to Cocoa last Sunday by the day to look after their property interests They expect to take about forty Perfect
Wisconsin to accept a position withC. I illness of Mr. Johnson's mother there. members of the company and with

Nash80n.. who was much improved when they the new uniforms recently received Y
Fresh onion and bean seeds. is asked for. Do not be deceived byThere
: returned on Wednesday. they should present a fine appear
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Totman
were IhvkiNS The Druggist.
is only one E either dealer or manufac-
Daytona visitors from Ormond the O. II. Jordan arrived Monday for ance.
Rev and Mrs. Dana bherrilt arrived Owing to the promotion of Capt. Cottolene turer, or induced to accept
latter part of last week. a two weeks visit in the city. Mr.
Jordan was: pen>cription clerk at the from Hoopeston 111., Thursday J. D. C. Morns to the rank of majorthe That is Fairbank's ? a substitute for Cottolent.
Miss Anna I'eck returned from and their home without CottoleneWiththis
are occupying company was a captain -
Jacksonville Friday of last week and Atwood Pharmacy three years ago. Volusia until when W. F. I Remember, Ito substitute -
on avenue.Hugh Tuesday night trademark
lie i is now in the drug business
left again Sunday for Miami. with his brother at Alexandria La. Bracey ol the Atwood Pharmacy I Jilili was uniiiKMisly elected! t to that i on the pail ; never sold in is as good as theoriginal

*Wool sponges from ."<).. up at force left Monday for Jackson position Second Lieuttviaut Neville I bulk.
teeth with Ueiall toothpowder
Young's 1'hannaoy. jCleau for your sale at Young's PLarmat' ville. Mr. Bracey is enjoying a several H Clark being promoted to the I There are many com No other shortening

Mr. and Mrs. 11. Ilart horn and .. weeks vacation. First Lieutenancy and t..1. Cowan pounds and imitations of and frying medium is as

children returned Tuesday afternoon ) I Look at Geo. II. Clark's jewelry I Micx-eeding Mr. 'lark as Second Cottolene; Avoid them I good as Cottolene.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Oyama returned Lieutenant Dr.V.. E French
from a visit to New: York and ,I window display for optical goods,
Monday[ night and hate: who recently returned from the

New Jersey. been busy preparing the Japanese I I auto clocks and other new goods. I north was appulUtell 'Quarter Master I! When you ask for COTTOLENE

Attorney F. w.rope. Jr., went to Bazaar for the winters business. ::, C. C. Barnes left Tuesday morning Sergeant. This completes for the' Be sure you get

DeLand Saturday intending to re- Mr. and Mrs. Oyama have spent the for Baltimore, Md., on business. I company a very efficient corp of

main this week in attendance on the summer among the Thousand Is- lIe will spend a few days at the officers and assures good work in

Criminal Court. "" vMm. lands. Jamestown Exposition. the future. THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY Chicago, IllinoU .

J. B. Garrison returned oWe are headquarters for fancy Tho Oyama is preparing to replace Capt. Jibb is well t fitted for the

home Saturday evening from a visit fruits. T. F. Curtis \ Co. the wood floor in front of the position and fully competent to take -- ---- ---- ------ -

with relatives at Jaffney) S. C', and Japanese store with cement and is the company into camp, as he has a 1 P. B. DOBBINS
A |party of business men Tuesday record of twelve service in the I ,
Charlotte N. C. also making other improvements.A. : years
I I forenoon visited:::! the Model Farm. Florida State GUN AND LOCKSMITH.General .
$For first class \\'ork-Dd'tona I'I'I C. Phillips who was with the Troops including a Norman S. DaytonREAL i
Steam if I Tomatoes and peppers have, been I period in the I". S. service during iI repairing, key fitting saw filing.
Laundry phone S. Conrad Grocery Co., last winter, ar- Trunks, valises, umbrellas and ,
set out, as well as an acre of straw- the Spanish War and in addition to I parasols repaired and rwovered. Badges i

Col. J. B. Parkinson: and family berry plants and there i is a large rived last week from Narragansett this he has three years in Michiganand Checks and tag.. KuM. r .Ump3 and
Pier his with official seals. L'-JX South i I' .
  • arrived
    from to resume position
    Saturday evening bed of lettuce ready to be trans- two years iu the Ohio State service ESTATE. I Daytona Ho.

    Highlands. C., where they have planted. them for this season. to his credit.As -

    pent the summer. What is Lily Water? Call at the is
    Plants, plants, plants-Cabbage, coming encampment ordered Care of pn>|>erty. 1st door south of pOhtoffice. W. 11. ED- A full line of
    Dr. W. E. French is again in the electric: light plant. by the t'. S. war department |
    Lettuce, Cauliflower and Beet plants MONDSON: Manager, Daytona, Fla. Plans, Estimates and 1
    Daytona having returned Monday Miss M. Ella DeVoy returned it i is not in the power of the local
    ready for transplanting, in any Superintendence. Lumber yard. Magnolia Avenue and '

    night. lie is stopping at the Glennon quantity. J. W. lJn.L.RoI\. UKJ Tuesday evening, accompanied by oHicc-rs to excuse members from F. E. C. 1:.."va y. I' o..... at ofiice, yard I and 1 residence. Quick Meal '
    North Beach and it i i. that the business -
    street.L. Miss Ethel Tudd. Miss DeVoy>)> duty hojieU : i

    M. Drake of Holljt Hill has accepted Eric Mills came home Sunday spent a large |part of the summer in men will throw no obstacle in 1

    with the Gruber. from a several weeks visit at Saruia a pleasant trip to Europe. the way, but cheerfully grant their Gasoline Stoves
    a position Ontario Canada and Detroit>> Mich. employes the required time for the' +................+....a...,,. ..+ ++ ..
    Morris Hardware Company, entering The first of the "Teas": for the St. .

    on hit duties Oct. 1. \V li..rtllare- brother-in-law of Mary's choir and sidewalk fund will encampment.Mrs | FOUNTAIN CITY 4
    of loLert.J. Miller returned with --- --

    Five room cottage, large lot, Mr. Mills and will probably assist be given at Mrs. Huston's on Tuesday W. Wickiug and daughterMiss r ; .11 and Ranges

    flowing well at a liar aifl. Applyto Mills .t Miller I in the delivery busi the l.'ilh from three until five Bertha returned Saturday I Livery and Transfer Stables.hacks

    11. T. McClellan. tf ness. o'cltxk. Admission. 10 tents night from their summer outing .

    Mrs. W. P. Gifford who has been Mrs. J. I D. Carmichael and thil- north. They were at Rochester X.Y. Also the new
    tPicture frames made to order atEricksou's ., most of the time, but also visittt meet all trains Phone1i.. Cor. I Palmetto and Live Oak ave.BLACKS111ITl1NG .
    dream have Jacksonville i
    a gueat of The Cedars for several gone to ,
    on Cottage; avenue.
    weeks returned to her home at ( where they will spend: the winter for bt"ualHtklt in Michigan AND REPAIRING.I Perfection Blue

    Jacksonville last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Gemmillarriv going on to Seattle, Wash!: in the For Rent.-My home cor. Ridge-

    ed Tuesday afternoon and are againat spring to join Mr. Carmichael wotxl) and 2nd avenue. Every improvement Painting uul Hoi>e hoeing.t i Flame Oil Stoves.
    Contractor Geo. Johnson this
    home Second Mr
    on avenue. We full line of smokers and furnished complete. G. A. FOYE
    carry a Proprietor. I
    week put up an outside stairway tc1 and Mrs. Gemmill spent the summer : tf C,,,. II. LII.WIC:. ;
    :g T.o'. Curtis A Son. f... ...... .... ............
    the living rooms over the store of at Cleveland Ohio, and iu I N1 N N N N N ...+.++.+... Bm ham& CO.
    i Ialey
    I I W. U. Hobbs has just completesthe
    T. F. Curtis A; Son on Beach street.
    Southern California. Mr. Gemmil Ijivvrence Thompson on Thursday
    framing of a number of advertising ************************** A***********_........*.ttt.
    he the Florida climate rented another of his houses at
    the who have says
    Among Daytonians cuts in black for the
    been attending Criminal Court at to that of California. Daytona Beach, this being the third. Schautz Lily Water cypress and Bath Plant I Ii GEO. P. JOHNSON FURNITURE UNDERTAKING
    -- ---
    ! DeLand this week were Attorney E. For Rent-Five-room furnished The way houses are renting prom- which Manager Gunn will place, in I :
    t f t F. Gates Justice Titus and ises well for an early season and a I Students Wanted !
    Henry cottage on West Magnolia avenue the hotels and boarding houses in.. : CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, f fI
    j;. Marshal F. I.. Smith. I $ l.'ri for season. Address George good one.Mrs. I the city. Earnest mid honest ones, to avail themselves

    Arlette Morison, of Boston DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA. $ ; of the superior advantages offer-
    Walton P O. Box i I. tf ,
    i 5 :}No charge for preliminary plans 1 I tHllu't forget that Binghatn A 1Kstimatrs jedby
    is in old friends
    town again greeting
    ! and estimates; supervision of work I Leon Ellenwood arrived Friday Maley Co., carry the paints! and var- R t j ROLLINS COLLEGE
    Capt. and will have charge; of the millinery : i Furnished on Short %otit'e. ,
    4 at actual cot>t. Norman S. Dayton, I of last week from Xew York, nishes necessary for brightening uptime *
    department in the store of T. S. It Winter Park, Fla.
    l Da j Una. where hi has l been in command, home. I. I
    Wood for this season. See opening ; All work done in a strictly til' t-l'lass manner. 5 Classical], Scientific, Music, Art, Modem -

    ! J. Howard Johnson of the Grand during the summer of one of P. announcement. 'I B. H Williamson and family are I Language, Expression, Business!

    I Atlantic arrived Monday night from Howard Ried's boats, plying l between I For Rentals see Norman S. Day- 1 at home on loomis avenue and Mr.i t Atfent for Stairway Dust) Corners. ** 1| and Stenographic Courses of high grade. i

    Lake Wawasee, Ind., where Messrs. Sheepshead Bay and Hoc.kaway I Williamson will again be engaged inI CC...xC.................... ***********************ft*I i Moat attractive and healthful surround I
    Edmonds '
    1 ton Ural: Estate t'u'y.V.H. .
    Beach. Ellenwood 1 --i I ings. Fine gymnasium and all field and
    f Johnson A Sons have been conducting Capt. sajsMr. *>Manager: first door southof I the auto livery business. They have I, water fport!! Good I board arid ino lerj .I
    Reid to bring fleet of WLy not have
    the Wawase Inn. The other experts a jour own
    jxistoftire.! tf been at Wet-kajwiug, R. I., duringthe j ate esjienses. +
    members of the family will return I two or three )boats: to Daytona this 1 Fur full iufoniiaUou and
    summer, and got back) to l Daytona FIRE PROTECTION ruoiu leaervati I
    to Daytona within three or four winter. -"I1.I B Dobbins desires: to announce W('II neSlb)'. | -> .s address] I tHUN.
    I the of and by installing this ,elf-c-c>ntain- fI i
    J weeks. Remember tie Bakerycan to people Daytona W. R. O'M-AL; ,
    ) 1 I supply all wants in the vicinity that he has oprtied a shopat Staples .\ Cutten, whoeecard appears ed I'unipiug Outfit. I If you Orlando, Florida.SEABOARD.

    " W. F. Holmes! wife and family and I bakery Hue. your tf -.3 South Ht'al.h street! and is [ in the Ga.etteXeLae have any doubts of the protection I ----- ---- -

    . Mr. Jersey wife and child have ar ready to serve them in the capacityof titled up a very c-unveiuent shop in it will afford in additionto !

    : rived from Grand Rapids, lIidl.I'and l'';1 There was a good attendance at gun and locksmith and general the old tin shop formerly lined by tumping( the water for all

    will probably remain ISt.]1 1j I Mary's Episcopal Church last I tinker S. B. Green They are making a other purpose' call at theJOB Air Line

    j winter. Mr. Holmes expects to Sunday morning when Hev. A. .1. specialty of steam and hot water shops ,)1 Railway.
    tn-I Wilder resumed 1 the services. Mrs. C'ards are out announcing the Suannali. Columbia, Camden, Sou ;
    gage in celery culture at this heating pumping, outfits etc and OSBORNI f:,
    I Ij
    j as well as Sanford, where he Las established W H. Heath presided at the ur anan.l marriage of Miss Ella M. Ericksonto ask!! to I Ill' allowed to make an estimate the who will demonstrate them fines, Kaliegh: Richmond,
    , plumber -
    H. E. Sheppard "But Cornelius Hansen at Cleveland Washington, Baltimore, 1'LiIai -
    a farm and placed a family tang on your work with 'ne in ojieration.I .
    in charge. 'Thou Didst) Not LeaH HU Soul in Ohio Oct. 1" Miss I Erkkson is a "---- i deljihia, Xew York.

    'I Hell," from Handel's Messiah.. Mr.. daughter; of Mr and Mrs N Erickson Bingham .\ Maley Co, now have I B. STETSON UNIVERSITY --- --

    JJFoR SAIE-Lot of store! fixtures ]j I Sheppard expects to form a male of this city and has a host of two splendid rubber) tire wheelchairs JOHN Two tenant: Trains Daily

    consisting of show cases !scales choir for St. larJ'". I friends here. for rent or sale. i H ml l !It (0.I.KrK.SM| : : 11TEl,; : it:'I' \I. :"IKNH.S. 't'i lUtt! rl I Express:

    safe, coffee mill ice box and full assortment 1 r UcLA:>D, I'LOklDA.

    of fixtures for grocery and For Rent-Winter I9i ;-3, hand- 1i i In this issue will be found the advertisement Mr.I and Mrs. II. S. Williamson, j( ARitlialvd With the Vntv.r.ilr 01 Chicago. Sl'boitnlitil

    dry goods store. Wilt close out somely furnished cottages, 7 rooms I of N Eritkson:" cabinetmaker !late owners of the Fountain City COLLUiL OF LIBLKAL ARTS-Tln t.tait.lar.1! are t ,...... .? U. I nut-rMt) Itf Miler, Pullman Equi]>ment

    cheap for cash Can 1 he seen at and bath electric light stove or fur- an.1Iud worker. Mr. House property, left yesterday morning I'trs.agn Stt-t..1a s graduate( rwiv" their d.1.:1'0'frlllal; l-nth :Stl....ii aid 'In
    S. ('b..u' aural! Stet+on tata'J"!
    Francis' store Ormond. Mrs. 1:. nace heat. Address any agent or I Erickson:: is an artist in his line, for Seattle, Wash" Mr. Williamson ,rag"COLLEGE a OF"LA\\'-(Jra-luatrc of I.I..I'.II..IC", !l ;".. ..Klmittf.! t'l I'rILe I..-.- l.iwin JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINE

    W. Watson Ormond. 1s..,' t W. B. Chittenden, DaUoiu.: I;--I" I none better and all work turned I will probably engage in the FI.ri.a! itlio'it ..,animation :NOklOLKA..
    COLLr.QU: OF TbCHNOLOUY: AND SCHOOL Of MLCHAMCli.unt.a : A 10{ rs-)'''''
    issued the I out by him will be found strictly insurance business with which he .. !. t'ml, .KU" trn-al Kn: rH-ring! : and Manual 1'ruining ...ur_ Irvliag" t.. ,
    folder Excursion Tic-keti .Safe
    and The hotel by on Daily.
    Jacob Espedahl family returned first-class and satisfactory: I is familiar and they will make their tlrgree+ Fill" mew Luil.iDIC) ,c."tty e'I iIplnemt.COLLEGE .
    Company, of I ISeabret'lfl. ill all'' itlr.tif b". Ir:-. I".t
    Monday and again at Peninsula Publishing OF BL'SlNKSS-IUnkiiig .kk.episg by "
    are I I or full Luforiuaturu and sleeper ttttrvatio -
    home Seattle other point .. ...
    at or fume KKtu: m .tUroi'iiti Is
    method shorthand anJ types ntlDl; ur- in part-
    their home on South Ridgewood contains: some interesting j f Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hixon of Joplin of tie State large faulty lommodious liuiklnijr. a call nn any aj"Lt of Seclesrd c>r
    in the i
    aveuue. They spent the summer at descriptive matter and excellent il- )((0., and Chas. Hixon, of Terre I I western i-art PREPARATORY ACADE.Mi-ir.iduatM |T-l.u..1 l ti. eater Harvard.nk.-. write to
    lustrations. The of the Halifax Haute, Ind. arrived Tuesday. Thisis I I E. E. Durkee. the new proprietorof I'riiKfton." ortfell. Michigan I I'hia. and all Wr't-i.Ui..+ ,,,)I"'Il"" iNORMAL s. liOVLSlO.V, Jit..Vi'ant .
    Mr. Espedahl's old home in Norway map i : AND.MODEL SCHOOLS.- KiHd-r.rart.-M in its own .building General! : i"r"t,
    and were accompanied home by Mr. River section i is a particularly their first to Daytona and l theyare the Fountain City House: arrived J l'rimarv-atid h.tol in I jarat Luil-lnur' TV-f srh's4'l- .*|..-kkl i > Jacksonville, >la.
    and adds much to I much pleased with the city with his family oik Wednesday and prepare Putilfc' :NI: ham..3| ta<'hen ---
    feature -
    Espedahl's brother Oscar who will attractive : very -
    : MUSK SCHOOL.- ?IUWH i pipe i unran dumb l.i iano-", i*|ftrat* huiMiDif,
    remain here. The summer there its value for furnishing information Messrs.; HixoB are looking for abu-I tOlllll session: of his property )Jr. ILI'fa.'ult; \ thorough ,'<>ur-* "I{ study..) .
    j here. Durkee is from ART SCHOOL.VMii.l", ( vitl.nt. ". to.,d"K .-uMttMu THE FINEST
    and has been of this locality to parties at a dis- | sinew opening Saratoga Springs ..
    throughout Europe
    , ha.+ aLa'ult.v "f f 4" i roftff >rl! amid iastru.tots. v Loldfcgrtn"
    The Peninsula Publishing N. Y., but i is largely interested mpotatoe t'hsagu. 1'.1rtrnoutb. olumbn.. Toronto.
    the coldest known in tance. frum time t nlversitv of HarvardaV.
    Lund advertisement
    I will be
    many years. ( In this issue an .7 BATHSLILY \
    .. of M i'hiran. IMui
    Fla. has several : growing at Hastings, and style Kri> t. Ix.uiirilUIVjwdoin.. ft re.'hi, Itw Liwll. (nivrr-it.v
    Co. :Seabreeze .
    of the Fountain City i i..m and other I niver-it.-. There are over J:VM,..XMMM. in l'uildiD f* aa i ..t'liJl'J '
    Anyone desiring a small fruit thousand of these folders for distribution while he will be back and forth between m. nearly a.quarter million dollar endonm o"fJt. an "D.hllibl".Lr..\ <.( over 1:1" ON E.l ttFi'I .
    Stables G. A.
    farm or chicken ranch can secure and thirty-two rents sent to Livery and Transfer that place and l Daytona, Mrs 1'txu, volume a Urautiful chai-el with c-u tly furnmehsgin, ,'ludin ..Uii! *...J ifln-is, : MEN .NI{) WoIf: '-'e
    Foe, proprietor. In addition to WIH.I.IW"oil painting a j Ui.-HM, pn.r aii a fi) loa..iIlRl with ''oUII.k-t| 31'
    one at Holly iLll on Daytona street will obtain, Durkee will remain here to conduct 'k. tennis \'o'lrt<. lia-nrt-asl! di.v: I
    them to cover postage busmen in which Le |.aratu", enclosed Atbleti-' r h-ld\ running tra.
    comprising five lots 100x300( ft. his livery the hotel nion.I and gridiron'inn/. ;tilt rowing and -.tU-r iM.rtsfarat'; WATER
    each containing over 30 choice twenty-five copies carries large stock of horses and building for men and tvonwn, tn large :Ut.ratorirfor 1 UnrDiintr" l'boYit" !i's.teriulogy I kc tea W Her f.r ,.III.t..
    I' conducts F"R HE' r.--Two front rooms on 1 Mineralogy and' Huygy..everai; lara(- mm unis and shops! ; ski! tr*
    budded pecans and over 20t> orange ; We will secure for you llOtt mpri't's vehicles, Mr. Foye a general i light., else.trio l.dl.IIkarn h-at. "u lIt wa'k+. shell ruatK t>r iiil 1 avni-i*. Mki ELECTRIC LIGHT'rtll
    and the second Hour of the Shanks building musical and otlr. ..tud.i t',_
    trees them in on lumber and other building blacksiuithing carriage re- : I emus! campus: shrubbery and tm-t s<)tial.I literary
    of bearing ...
    many and ou Beach: street Suitable fur '.lut .tar lecture courses Christian and not ctanan: tu.Linj The -.ati. itwautiful PLANT
    with good well. All for flOOO on materials. No one receives graftson pairing department anything and healthful and the nl"'n" s are :Ion
    easy terms. Apply to E. N Wal- jour purchase. Norman S. Day wanted in his line will be Lund doctor dentist or other wlficta. Inquire t' ataUrfs, view? fuMer aLl, Itlfvr/Lat. ? a Mt" si: I' .-iJni I

    dron. 20-4 ton, Daytona. first class in all respects. of J. A. Shanks LI\COL' HLLL\ Ph. D.. Litt. D.. L. U D. DeLXND( Fla,

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    Au ;\-'rlj\: -. 1:1: ceod V''rt> (poundsTrcljjbt .: Legal Notices : I Ask Mr. Foster 1'
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    J of fvxvl ywrlr.Or LANDING,1OTICE I
    or lA "'V\V tx> tl'1* *f pickle; are :

    eaten wwUy; tn the \'uth'tltl'!'. MR. I'nSlKi' : : KH..WS! what accommodations aw available at the "."tdi

    LevMrd n\x,l uarlur rte,- Plan The pt.'plef Paytona. Florida are I At Mr. Foster's offices u can i iobtain
    Oeneral Commodore J. H. Allen Outlines for in advaaee. y
    \ OatcsAttorneys aJ ii! rooms you
    ( C. Bl)11.! \\\nPhY \ I it/ooraia t ;. i wetKU\l the duoe. cur trvv,+s la hereby notified thai on and after Xo\ I 1-ijg.jgf; : and personal formation eoDC'emril
    opted' to lv Por Construction of PUNk Dock" at 4th, 1907, the wage ,,(the pointers "fUxal iitM'ripti\e printed matter
    :sii-Mii Hutt! lIr I\n at 1 1111Sprrwt tit 1"b1ll1'1'th"t'I) : are BV"V \ Union :\1>. lOSS Brotherhood "f :!.-Mans < her ports along the bomcward way.
    duty I tu their shirt aleeve*. the Foot of Inc Oak Atrnue. Painters IVcorators and Hangers anaaah.ChsfX .
    .' Paper a .\: attic B<-ach. Magnolia Springs.
    L'\ir.ui: :.a .
    Attention to : : ; :;i dlio"ft'n'1.1
    l'tlk"'H't tte At wood rbarmacv,, TVUen lUnail was America sill be J3.jO; per dayf .ltlgtr.ta
    rrth' tine laud Title I Oai'ta.a C ,,\kD\ 1TTS it had a popalation I Commodore J. 11.ll n. >'f the :right hour igLf'dt I : -ti'n SftMimerviuV. *

    Hmh trcrt. IVtjtoaa. }fit.r ,\\l. There are tit w only I Club. in riiaibia.: Camden. Aiken.
    of : \\ Halifax I i\'l'r Yacht was ;. H. HOLLAXD liwSec.
    Telephone X.'. ; t.P Ctwr4 + t..l'I'll' l. H i \ n.\11' nath" tKl the l'blu.L HEK1I. SCHRAG. Fin. S-c. I'ia. Lurst. Chase City. Xe1l'pllrt Xe.-.
    the city #e>eral days Last week securing I .
    trf the tht'l''rhlt".1 \'. .. CHARLES KOST Pre. i.thnon: Old Port Comfort UewJefxtiv<< ille.Virginia
    rh. Kxery nvrking day year :
    t'arr t'. 1.-.s It t ;t i Was.dartol1111 averag< more men for the work in ------ --- *-ariI. Jamestown ExpoeiUon. A ievllle.
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    tr&: I.AND1S v\ I 1,1t: I of more thaa S3,\\x\iXW of new papa.'i pnaress at the llaulover, and while Dissolution Notice.: : H. t Sprint Va Lung GnaAnm.Chattanooga .
    r" told Suiioon.UfiiUoo moner KTTT lay there 1 la JtrvyeJi f'n 1 in a conversation with af The partnership basin*** heretoorra.ried I : i-: 'k. 'uppbireCaw.tty.',

    'lMtN Attorneys at 1.111 I i 'raotioall5 the aloe anK ant.IVvr oo und r th* firm name of t the I : T-. .,.. Pbi1a!'.Jy' .i.'
    this bearing
    I IrY'taI (teen to Orinkte.; lu the faUevl utvs tf: N' "> paper Daytona Efcctrkal Company ha beet ChKinnati. New V.rkAIT
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    1'1\.1 )In'h.Uh'rtU "'\ tK's.' rr shing 11111 ta act.r1111ttta. I ,!-I'!". .. 01" 1 1Me.tful.lh : on tae Increase. The hut coa amptiou upon project for the benefit and improvement dissolved by mutual consent ; I i' --.1 t..,.,,, :.opnap. Chicago. 11 ...t' n.
    ! I:; 1. I\I.I rr \I .'\''. hoer .nth... ?>(wvi". ta. I Ihr inoantJ t tc4. All awounts due aid firm are payabieto .
    , s.-io so IU\I 1 4 30. \'h,... a.1)'t Iat..lUaatina atdt po r., my I Ilbtand I III1w ; star of the cite made the J. B. GartifOb anJ ail claim ..p.n*{ .;. :::-. W"
    Kt.' ---'- -- :. Kx- each inhabrtaat. la the 1'l'\1'hMI" statt1ment that Dftttana creetly said arm will br paid by him. He w-i; K- t- i ,--. ttL..c ra

    1 tttl & I K\tnrlilltl; 1_ ". t' .".'1 .... t. 1, : year 44jlU* barret wereKwn tvD* uie<\kd I a public dirk on the river Lee contracts a ume in and the firm complete name.all pr-- i. us I -:" : unices orfr-',,--. ; ;f.*-. ir- '. -r a.--: soA

    orchid bowers are full:' Y' IC BETTKH ,'..K MR. FTJ i i:
    ? I vui; \ when front. connected by an adequate Davtona. >'|>t1907.: -.. v ; .r.:1 doubt ;
    I Physicians! ctSiuvIV ; l'lH'L' : tiotrlotvd tlH-y may remain uavut r. J.B.. CARK1ON.
    : 1 canal with permit tbe '
    the plant t-v> s>r thnw meets wllbaw deep water to R. D. TAYLOR. I s H E PROBABLY KNOWSJMr. :
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    Slp$1 Lawyers
    Atwvod > t'ditta : : j'.irent d\'r tthvt Tste jrtvti larger p..unraft visiting the>e !

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    ia.Ue*'$ t+occ 1,r liil(1'drtgtore the ttow"r that bale to be cut Intnto J i
    1'ru-t u- the ,city for both bni- In Court of; Justice: f ih
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    \ ;* e 'm;I> tl 1.a l>ps: l -- i. the yalchtsmen are sociable 1.-1,

    1 aiul uciIt'tli a Miti Vnii' lf; .tv't'.' t' readme Aa aKCaat rogm of of .C the prrwas BrttKB Ftait mutts.- !; lows and take great pride ia tbciirespective \. Williamson vs. = Palm Beach, .'4iami.s .

    Trial 1 attwtim a atMd .. rz of the. lM.>trA>-.. : it ,I-h..h -.. > t daily : boats. It would be S **tiiiactkin Defendant. Cuba.'ashin t6n. D. C.
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    da. tier tV-.i: ,> i their craft ev> be Your hereby l.: : ..a.1 A : !:xr"'ITII' t
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    Thre eparate wckrties En..:1st over and admired as it would a1r of lars, ahmetat fia< be ". N : i' t
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