The Daytona gazette=news

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The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title:
Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title:
Daytona gazette news
Portion of title:
Ormond gazette news
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Place of Publication:
Daytona Fla
Edward Fitzgerald
Creation Date:
October 19, 1907
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Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
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The Gazette-News of Daytona began publication in the 1890s and continued until January 26, 1901. On that date, it was succeeded by the Daytona Gazette-News, also known as the Ormond Gazette-News. This successor newspaper ceased publication in about 1922. Both papers covered news of traffic up and down the Florida coast. The St. Johns and Halifax River Railway, later renamed the Florida East Coast Railway, reached Daytona--present-day Daytona Beach--in 1886, a decade after the city had been incorporated. Daytona proved to be a new American city for the new American Century. With the railway’s arrival, Daytona’s proximity to the ocean made it a premier tourist destination. The history of racing in Daytona is also well documented, beginning with car races along the beach, followed by more organized races inland on oyster shell and later asphalt speedways. The newspapers also reported on the use of automobiles for stumping the state politically. Finally, researchers can find references to the activities of Florida transportation and tourism pioneer, Henry Flagler.
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased in 1922?
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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l \. 11!), No. 21. dace E':"...... R'ath" All <....... Daytona, Florida, Saturday, October 11)!), 1907. Bat Adv rtl''lnf McdlM la Dajtoo and YO,;''';:' .0 IMce 5 Cents ; fN

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are putting out new bargains every day on i I i4 .
our Bargain Table in the line of Remnants of Dress r r R WOULD YOU DO? ,4,,4 ..

Goods, Ribbons, Laces, Embroideries, Slightly Soil- The Huston Family of Chicago and For the Season 1907-08 will be a Magnificent :: DRY GOODS MERCHANTS\ i

ed Goods, Patterns, Skirts, Shirtwaist Suits, Hats, Rockledge Ha\e Started Across If tomorrow were your last day on Production.-Now in : .

htc., Etc.. and we invite you to look 'them o\er for Continent in an Automobile. earth, how would you spend it? Hands of the Printers. 4:: Anthony Block, Phone 102, Daytona, Fla. : .

will there may be something you need among them, and George II Huston, a retired jew- Would you fear for your soul, The mammoth Pictorial edition of : ...

save you money. eler of Chicago, his wife and son, think' of your past misdeeds and try the Gazetle-Xews for the season of :
The Arthur, who acts as ihauffuer, start- in twenty-four hours, to atone for I9O7-08 i is now in the hands of the ::

Peck-Hendricks Company. I ed from the IJellevue-Stratford in I the past? printers. It will be about the sire :: NEW GOODS i j

..............N................................... Philadelphia, recently in a sixty ;( Or would you' make an effort to of last year's work and with new illustrations : .

-- horsepower touring car. lx>und for crowd in as much fun as possible in and new articles will be : Prices as low as the market will afford. i

..................................................... San 1'ranciseo and thence to Florida '' the remaining few hours on earth? as meritorious as was I the one issueda : i'

.1: says a Philadelphia special to1; Or would you go to church and year ago. 4: Wo will be delighted to how you our goods and :

i M. ELLA DE VOY CO.LADIES' i. the New York Times. spend the intervening time on your No work of recent years has : have you examine them carefully. They were 8eli i

i HATTERS For the past seven years the Una- knees helped( so muc.h to advertise as did ; ected for you with care.The : ,
tons have practically made their1 I Or would you hire an anto and our last pictorial. It went to thousands -

I Corrector Styles. Personal attention to Fitting.: home in automobiles, in which they | take a crowd of "Ijoon" companionsout of northern homes and was the :: Chas. E. Gardiner Co. :

:................Xo..C.:South.....IWl.h.: ...lrl't.t.lla.rtutla.......................... have trav'le.III! ,IMM) miles: in the Daytona for a farewell is full time of curious folks. result, of bringing many to Daytona :. Anthony Block Heach Street .:
United States and Canada Mr. I that could have }been reached in no ,
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Huston carries sixty pounds of I Some look death in the face with a other wa\. The work this will :
';';; j Para year : DAYTONA, FLA. :
phrenalia which includes smile on their lips; others shudder also IK sent to thousands who
: ; : a complete the of their last are :..................................................N
I Miller h"C;;; .l camping outfit, hammocks, a large at thought day on thinking of Florida and cannot but

tent, cooking utensils bedding, t 1 earth. be of great help!! in advertising Daytona .....................................................
.. Hut if what tell the Gazette- .
gun, ammunition, fishing and they :I I and the peninsula.
Successors to many other articles Mr. Huston News is sincere, some ol them are The merchants and professionalmen

I PECK & FOSTER. s says that his hobby has cost about cynical and don't care much whether i of this section are taking kindly I N6ROCERy CO. i

10,000 a year, nut including the school keeps or not. I to our latest publication and if ..

Family Groceries cost of five cars in the last seven Here is what they say- you are not already represented in .
: (Successor to E.1'. Conrad & Co.) : .
Who do with
3 ears.! you agree its advertising columns you should ..
(j Train Fancy lIe sa 's he was the first autoist to F. M. Rowe--.Jeweler and member be. The same liberal rates apply to ..
\ of Council I should I Full and i
City want : Carry a Complete
and Food t obtain permission to drive his car that twenty-four hours to think aboutit. this year's pictorial as were givenon .
=t =: into Yellowstone park.hon'ls:; had Most would be afraid the one of a year ago. Don't :
1>nllllt I Products ]people Plain and i
| "irs_ALL IN THE SHREDS" to be used a portion I.r the way to but I would take my chances. miss securing a space within its : Line of Fancy :

:fmnm..y"'m., m! !'.,'.........,} clear away a portion of the snow. H. T. McFadden' Curio DealerI covers. {

----- ---- -- -- He has also over portions of think would and see a min- -
.................................................... gone ister. that go would be h-- ofa IGROCERIES0
the Alleghany and Cumberland Say, a CRIMINAL COURTPROCEEDINGS. I
fix to be in, wouldn't it?
Bond Lumber mountains where other have turned
Company : Henry T. Titus--Justice of the :
back, discouraged by and
steep i -- --- :
Peace I would get plenty of good :
MANtl' 'AC1LKFKS OF raids Mr. I1u toll is
rocky more .
refreshments, a good jolly crowd
get i
r. r. v. :
ROUGH AND DRESSED .. : than sixty years old) ) and is the picture and enjoy myself the best I could. CLOVER HILL BUTTER. .
PING AND CYPRESS LUMBER \ V f I of health. J. L. Wallace-Curio Dealer-1 i, Sensational Escape and Recapture of .. ..

I The trip t<> :San: Francisco is expected would start in "knoc'king'' to !beat Two Daytona Parties. Other

Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Viling' Brick Littleand i! to take thirty-Cue{ das. The I IHuston the band. I. Cases Convicted. : The Conrad Grocery Company i.

Cement in :: ( fflr* and l solo: t eel i'<,aa "schedule calk for only tight W. U Smith--Assistant Post, .
Stocks Kallwar and tirangp Avruu masterI don't know I would] do Criminal Court was in session at I : K T Conrad & Co'a. old stand.Groceries. :
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hours of After :San1Francisco : .
MI 1.1.4-flood Mill,Atlantic t'oaetl.InrIcy.. limnillvs south ()I JarknTlllKalamaioo <>, autoing a clay some tall thinking. DeLand last week and was marked .....................................................
has Ix-en reached l the
,on Hanfonl Kritncliortbi K.C It,. i I U. L. Smith--Real Estate-1 with several important happenings,

Phone 83 R. J. MAI.UY, Manager. tour will continued down the would get my worldly<< affairs in I the most important being the escape .........1.1.1.I.1.I.1.........I.I.I.I.I.I.I.II.1.SIS
Pacific roast, theme to YA: Paso, I I'I .
..............N..NI..NI..4.......4444144....... : shape.W. I and recapture of Leonard Gill and .
New)Irleans, across North Florida) M. Hankins Druggist -- I
Giddens who
were charged
-- T --- -- 'I to Jacksonvillethence down the think I would put in most of my

U.'r'iiiiii.i..ii.llftiii..'iii.i..'J..iiiii iii.W..iii.'iii. i.i:ii.Wiiifi.Vii..i. iViiiiii.Wiiii.'.1,1:: list Coast to }Daytona) : and on to time prying, but the chances are thatI with selling liquor at this place ?
i would myself: to death before borne months ago. The case against
A. U.fcBRIDE N.C\iIlAtI: ) ..i I HUI.J.It'l.lge, where! Mr. Huston nuns'a worry .
=t President C.shlrrMERCHANTS : the twenty-four hours elapsed them lalllJt'en continued, and when .
winter homo
M. 1J. Church- Pharmacist: at AtWOOd called up the first of the. week they
I BANK i: This party hasisitcd }D.utona) Pharmac'} I'd die in less failed to appear. Their }bonds were NOW YOU ARE TALKING! !.
several times and the first
was laity J : than twelve hours! worrying about estreated and
they appeared and
== 'Br.n-h Voluil County bank) : to make the trip down the coast the end.Monthly. i, That's My Business. i
:i Capital Sto( L..... ....... ....... .....,.........$ [,o.CIII< / 1 from Jacksonville in an automobile) --- --- plead guilty. Judge Stewart finedthem ) .
.... ....,......... IOOIIIMI $UiO!( and I costs each and -
Personal Liabilit .... "... ..." .. .. ;, the trip bung made successfully but Financial Statement of Coun- they left the courthouse with their I tale pleasure in railing for your order and :

}. Iransact* a General Ranking Business. ;= with many difficulties, in several ty Board of Public Instruction. attorney their object being to raisea delivering promptly what you want. My Mock :

=t plahaving virtually chop their State of Florida, Co. of Volusia. i is always fresh and fine and trade will :
=:t| 4 !per cent. I Interest Compounded l Qnaitcrly, I I Paid I onSavings ninety clay l bond for the fine and
..: road. through the timlx-r. Mr. Hus [)eland, out. i 7, I 1007'( !he highly appreciated and well taken care of. N
\ 'CHlIltS. costs. They went to Cranor's livery
J ( ( ton's trips have heretofore l been; To lion s. I Jordan, Clerk Circuit Plume mo your wants :
and were driven to Volusia, several .
+ Safety Ik'ixiHt KUXI- fur ItinfiNornian made in a White steamer and he : Court; N .
a i.i.JI. miles north of I el.and> the St.
Z w..! .now, I ur. '.wuuuurw. ,..... .. W>>NI...r!...uu,..,W/puuuunu......"!..,'.','...'....,,!.',','!'.'.!,I!.'!",....'II"; is probably using the same car on SIR In com pliant'e with Section Johns river, where they. Imrded on the S. W. CARROLL
this tour He is a pioneer, in auto :,, ChapterIltf: : Law of Florida,
Ctyde }mat and went to Palatka
mohiling in Florida and has many : we hereby file with jou the following When they were missed Sheriff r.
friends and anjuaintaiHrs all along itemized {financial statement of
I Turner wired to all possible objective The North Beach st. Grocer. :
(the Ilast Coast. all school l money received, appropriations .
_____ points, including Palatka and
I made and warrants issuedfor Telephone 19. :
S9 theylrf." caught when they left the
DaytonPlans Dry Dock Completed.The the month ending the ..A It It day )lioat by Marshal. Hogan ..f that ....................................................t
of September, A. D.) 1907.Hcrapulation .
wharf :1tJtllJlat ways undertaken place
of County Fund I
It) F. A. loot: on the west The docket was: exceptionallylarge.
lialauce last
Estimates in Treasuary as per
bank of the river IIl'h'fof'lthe north Statement SIOWITKeieijiU I! ; : Alx>ut ten pleas: of guilty I

ami I middle bridges were recently for month as iterni/eil 1 were entered in minor cases and ;;
1 and at to herein J.-'O: Norman S. DaytonLUMBER.
completed use
Superintendence, once put penalties imposed. A ('utl<;iug !I Imatch"
Warrants 41044)20tt)4.17
C. ((5.: 1'urgojne's yacht, the Sw ttheatt I'I from Del eon Springs'j

Lumber Yard, Magnolia Av r.uo aid F. E.t'. T.:aIr..1.: I being the first boat docked, : :! aroused considerable interest and'I''

Heal Estate ol1j.p Ihtdi-wr south of iwstt,lief. V IF. I'.MMONDSOX : flllloWI'i I I by Mr.r Roots hoiiselmatsthe Wurranls outstanding as |is-r five defendants, including two women t

() Manager. ))aJlolla. I'll. Phones at office, yaid Whatnot and I I'uckexe.: Total last warrants report drawn this !IIoon plead guilty to using profane .

and nsidenip.WHEN+ The principal i is that of a dr,>' itemized lit,rt'in 101 I."> language .\ fine ofi! and costs
: Yard, Magnolia Avenue and F. 1 I.: c. Jailwa: '. Also
dock and not the usual Ixat ways, :Cash in hands of Treasurer this was entered against each. )
as the boats are tloated or run in 'I by I date l'J337. Harrison Thompson, a coloredman flans: Ilstimatcsand I Superintendenie Peal]: Estate ofl cp

I their own power and then raised l by Total _:'fr.Ui; from Davtona) was tried for ht door sortlt Ilf %P. o. W II EDMONIfrOX C Manager.;

\ .................................................... : mean of large metal screws ten I Itemized 1'icc.ijits.A. : selling liquor and comicted. Hej I I.ilona) : Florida Phones at office. yard and I nsiJenn]

YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING :. feet in length and twelve in number C. CrcK.m Tax Heccipt S'l.l'O\ : had ben here before on this charge, !
six each side These Extt.ndilurc. of Count} 'h'.I..1! I 1'und.
on screws | and was lined < loO: and cosK
i getting a Galvanized Iron Tanks a new Tin Ifm.f.: a Hot Air Furnace, i No. Dath To Whom torm't
: were made at Palatka Solicitor: Perkins !had. fine
I y.; 13 &' 3, Ala Hucknt, sal.$ 32.00 ucces"only i
or any nf the other metal utecsities. re'iuired to oomph-t- modern :. It took but an hour and half to 44 p." Amelia Ambrose :32.00 and had three acquittal out "f .

: dwelling, remember that 4 I I dock the Sweetheart which is 4*. '. L. \\'IUrman10,00 about a dozen cases tried City Hotel !
= I eighty-two feet in length and fifteen 46 Mond LUlU Co. rt.'p. 163

i foot boani TIle 1 Ixvits remain on 47 1 11. C. 7.. Clifton 42.00: I At McDonald's Boat Yard t

I C. NASIi d SON I j an even kid dining the process and 4s Watts d: Miller :23 SO OPEN All THE YEAR :
C. r. McDonald
FLA. -19 Oo. Marsh :: .00 : completed :,
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i DAYTONA. the is evenly distributed 4
weight :
and launched
SI) ( t'O. Marsh 500; a boat at his

i are best prepared to give prompt and reliable service at fair price throughout. 31) J. L. Chandler I IK d 51.00 boat yard on South (teach\ street for 1
j The : is fl'Cthenttwo 32 A. Trevatt 'Z7.IO i
: eightv-three
I Buckeye J. J. Sullivan, <.f :St.: Petersburg, Table Board.
General repair shop on Volusia A\enue. next to the Armory j by foot beam and the 53; Geo. F. Crouch ;.IG.OO '
and Roy I>onge is to deliver her toMr. '
i Phone :;S. Out of town work solicited i i Whatnot eighty-six 1 by twenty feet ;34 A.A. 0.Ilotts O. Botts I. 125.00w 1.70 [ Sullivan at that place.she is

.*.+........*...........+........+.*.*.*.+**...N*. I The dock is capable of handling a ;3t Ij alters Fharm. rep. 31.40 constructed rn the same lines as r

------ boat ninety by twentj-four feet.A 5; J. 5. May 12.50 the N'adaline, which was built at ,,_,. GEO. H. MATTHEWS

.................................................... I' wharf j:>I1< feet in length ci>n- .*>> '. J. J. \ nziI.t com. 6.10 the yard last winter for E. D W ------ PROPRIETOR.

I :. J. n. G.\URlSOX'' U l>, T\\LOU > | nets the dock with the west shore .10G3! "" J. A...U.iifla? ont." .0.00 I Kose.: Slue is twenty-six feet! long --- t

: :: I .\ cloae examination uf 'i II' of the Halifax and there is a depth 01 6-. II .. HIIIOf 5000} 'seven and I a half beam, with a draftof ......-...-.-...................1...................... f!I
I work finished and charged for :> of six feet of water at the end of this IIi I .
(jf.f. 10000 | twenty inches is fitted with a : taL I.b..., ,.tar. "rl' ar aught 'arhl1i"r: :II" nest. : J
: : from this shop >bows ho'\ squarely > wharf, and at the dock which will ,7 .. 10000fs :
I seven horsepower Fay f: Bowen : 1
engine : lOKTAIil.i :
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: : I and honorably we transact our the .
be convenience to largeryachts HW' 00Mr "
= a great and on the trial trip developed. ;" MILL OUTFITS
I : : : : SUV :
I LusmoNS. Klcctncal repairs receive : : L .
I' : special attention. Those I and houseboats visiting these I a speed of about eight miles per .. ;:III i :.:.: &J: t .. -t on .arras fnglnt-i .. I
that have. heretofore been and Mrs, J. C. Mowers 'r !i
: waters unable were '
",". who (,11I..10us. never worry about hour. She is a roomy, fine looking '> "d Uollm ac-1 all Llmliof
: -' our charge-, and they know before to haul their boats out here for in the city from Sunday until Monday [ : ,,' '-.' z"dwtxkingma: > binary and I I.r
. craft. the
to mark
quite up high always > -CI:::i ,oppit'. Wt' carry a :
engaging us that our workmanship : needed painting and repairs.:>'. afternoon, having: stopped over attained }by Mr[ McDonald in d., ...: an.I mu makof .
p : will be the liestDaytona __ on their way to West Palm Beach : I ''ftat..i.tput-n'. :
his moat building
t I Electric Co. :t *No charge for preliminary plans from a visit:: to points in Maine. Mr. ---- : tl 1,1r! lojay t1' ? a u.'*itr.vt. : ..' i' : \\ an :.L"'e'OU :

. : : and estimates; supetri-ion of workat and Mrs. Stovvers haw many friends F.-k Sul Automobile top with : Complete line carried L. e' .r.;. Address; nil Mters to :

.. : I i.12:I South Beach Street. actual co.t. Norman S Dajton, :. here as they were at one time residents i-J irons complete, cheap Enquire at :. jMALSBY\ COMPANY', ,41 VTLANTA South: Forsjth, (,!IOWJIA.street: :

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THE Saturday the Seaside Inn with theavowed Addition to Congregational Church. I I r Old Settler Passes Away. \Ve will secure for you bottom PINE WOO
lumber and other building
bass fishing
intent of enjoying the died Thursday | prices on ,
Contractor HaIl is engaged on an George
L. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY and bad some sport. He returned mater als. No one receives grafts
I addition the at about one o'clock
to CongregationalChurch morning

--. _T. _E. FITZGERALD_ __Editor home Thos.Monday Keating afternoon.of Palatka, was in the to hold the new pipe organ. heart failure, at his home at the on your purchase. Norman- S. Day- FOR SALE<
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--- -- Daytona.Neville .
city on business last week. This addition in! eight feet in depth Oaks on Ridgewood avenue, aged ton,
THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY W. F. Knight is home from a business and will with the main 03( Mr. Silvernail had been -- - ---- -
be connected years. ...... .. .. $2 and $2.50
trip to Brunswick Ga. .....................-.. .- a Stra,i
( INCORPORATED ) building by a :?I)foot opening in in ill health for some time, but ]his I :.- -- -----8
Mrs. G. P. Jones is home from a visit
with her parents at Hastings. II' which will stand the organ with octagon -I I death was sudden and unexpected. II H. FJ il delivered, from Hutchi

Entered the Postoffice window behind it. The to the rapid change in the .
at Daytona, Flonda, as Second Class Matter. --- pulpit Owing .1Ii

; k Holly Hill. platform will also be extended some I I remains it was found f necessary to II, !Ii J OPTICIAN. :Ii son's'Vood Yard, west 4 i f

SUBSCRIPTION RA TSS. two or three feet to the front and hasten the interment fjmd I serviceswere 1 railroad on Magnolia arenuc. !

r One copy one year.. .... .$1.50 Holly II ill,Oct 17-Miss[ : Rena Slaughter when completed: and the organ installed ]held at his late home at three ( .

p t One One copy copy three six months months.:::::,.:::::::..:::::::::::::::::::::::::::?.:::::::?..::::::::=::::::: -:..-.... :.75.40 is expects visiting to her go uncle to Miami, R. D.from Harding.She here. fine. the effect promises to be very o'clock Thursday made in afternoon Greenwood and(-1{'mt'I interment II '-- =./J i Ii Iipi : J. A. 5

ADVERTISING where her father i is going& into the .. Hutchinson
c RATES. j ..
trucking industry. I I tery.Tire Free. ,
Examined --- -
: DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS. Chas. F. Wttherell and wife drove to Parkinson House Sold. services were conducted by pi piEyes Un

:- Rate per Inch per insertion to regular advertisers.......... .............................10 cents I Knox & Beed's grove Sunday. Mr. Mrs. Montana S. Ludlow, of {"r- Rev. R F. Marsh and the beautiful | J.T. LONG
Rate per inch per insertion for less than three months................ ...............15 cents t \\etherel is planning to pack their i! At (lark Jewelry Store.! Ii
Rate per inch per insertion for single insertion! ... .....................................30 cents bana Ohio has purchased the Parkinson hynn, "Kock of g's"an(1( "Nearer I If .. '.
READING NOTICES OR LOCAL oranges for them and .tow them down I !' House, corner Ridgewood and My f God to Thee" were sung l II y Mrs i( i :::::::::::-.::-.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::n I>al<'r in
with their nt'launch.
Kate per line, each insertion_. ._.._... ._..................................................10 rtnts Magnolia avenues, taking possession E.: C. At wood! and the Misses Clare (II _____ ___ -. I II
will be h U Mr.
The Sunday Sing at
RATES FOR CHURCHES. LODGES, ETC. Middleton's: next Sunday. All are Invited the first of November and opening Wilkinson and Lillian Thompson.: !I IMessrs 0. S.: BURNETT I II II Fine Groceries
All I I :
club: society orJanizationlode and church notices, other than religious ,
service 5>> cents per line. Cards of thanks 50 cents each. Hesolution, aci-nts In attend and try t<> help) the I for the season about the middle of G. F. Smith W. II. Wright, j I I

per line. Legal advertising at legal rates.GENERAL Sing.We I the month coming here from Virginia J. M. Carson, Geo. H. Clark, K. X. Tailor.

,. PROVISIONS. notice the McCoy boys are making Beach, where she conducted I Waldron, W. F. Peck, S. H. love: I I Choice Meats!!
No single charge for display advertising of any kind less than M cent.- fine progre: on their new boat.
Good position given every advertisement. An extra<-hargc.>f :2 .c1at4 p*.t im.h I 1"ii will be made for ads with specified po ition'. No special( |Jlo Mtion givm im IId! I will hoice
,; leu than five inches. Jr.. giv(- a I.ntlhich wa: greatly en- summer. Mrs. LulIuvtill be an i bearers. r Cleaning Pr'SsinItt..>rinst and keep a line ogrn

No advertisements accepted for the first page. j-.)1i! liy :1 large circle of friends acquisition to Davtona, being a vocalist Owing to the short notice the !1'1- I : for Indies and (Gen

: Extra charge made on display advertisements containing an avc mgp r>f more Ca:. -.., .. \\( re njuyed and at A late hour of repute, singing in a Fifth I cal lodge of the Carpenter's I'nion, I i Repairing call for and ies and Florida and western in
than 30 words to the inch. r fr. MhiiK lit"fre :'t'ranI I all rep tlemen.c
All bills payable on the first of each month. avenue church. Xew York. of which Mr. Silvernail was a member always on hand. Corner Fairrieir't
: Mtid 1 a t'nr: I imp.It' deliver all goods. I .
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-- --- as a
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l! \' 1 n. II. Hutter will preach llert''ilt'.Y and )
SATURDAY OCTOBER 19, 1907 at Z:001 p. ni., in the Sunday Bath Rooms Improved.Manager they otl1u"ise"oul,1 ]havo done. 1 Cottage Avenue, n.\YTOX.\, FLA. j I i avenue Daytona St. Phone 11!*

_. -'cnn.! | ion. It is hoped there will be Mr born I'ratts-,
-- ------- ------ K.: L Gunn of the Electric Silvernail was at :
l.irc: attendance Rev. Rutter will .I ************************** ***********************
as t*
........................... j brl'f'flrnay IN* ,t.1 a|.jrt. IIn.1 l in pet'ingto I" Light and Lily Water plant has yule, X. Y., and came to f.l 'tona in *
them something to think about the I
: SEABREEZE and : their feeding elf. of the week. had the bathing department thoroughly the fall of 1S.S( his family joining ,I STAPLES & CUTTEN.1

The Town Council met in regular fission ]him The deceased
the -
I The Sunday School !i.> held in thesame gone over and the Lath following season.
Monday, Oct. 7, C. P Lund pnsi- :
: DAYTONA BEACH : dent pro tern in the chair and council! place as of old and it is desired rooms put in spotless condition, as I lea"t's:1fife: and) two children F41' Steam and Hot Water Heating !

that more of the young people will give Elizabeth and I Elmer the hatter
I members all present. A number of also the ladies' and( gentlemen's toilet -

:......................... II bills were presented and ordered paid. their time to it Sundays, instead rooms adjoining These marble : being at St. Louis: Mo where i Pumping Outfits of All Kinds.
I *
the time in a less instructive
Oct. Mr. W. I IA S. Randall's) bill for $::250 for hauling baths with hot and he is engaged in business. Mr(
Seabreeze 17- and Mrs. 'j manner. The time of opening the Sunday cold water and : Seam i i" the heat for large buildings hot water fir cottage
: 1.. Diggett and little son. spent Sunday !'sand was.laid on the table until next School will I accompanying conveniences are the Silvernail was; a quiet, kindly)) man "
iepromptlyat2OOp.: Just "I from Missouri
m. i : t houses am and
I meeting. Re.-olution from andis &: say we
in woods
pleasantly the
Xumbcr Nine. : near j I Fish for holding an election for bonding Jesse Yclvington went to Jacksonville || acme of luxury and are a great 'I well liked! and a familiar figure in : I Show: Yo.." that we ran furnish a ]heating system that is

I I the town was read and adopted. Rcignatioo Sunday morning to vi-it his sons, Noah pleasure:: ; and convenience to thetowns Daytona w here he has so long resided 1 l !
Mrs. AAW.JPowers, is having the extensive and Charles, returning the latter I : niObt positive in action and] the cheapest to install and
grounds of the Wells property of C. P. Lund RO councilman was the week. part Ilf people as well as the winter l being entitled to be classedt, t : 'rate. C
lately thejhomelof: Mrs. Wilmans-Post! read and accepted. The collector's report Mrs. J. P Turner of New visitors, and Mr. Gunn proposes to : among the early settlers of the city : 4
mowed andput: in readiness for Mr. and was read and ordered filed. Motion conduct them heretofore I Shop and Office Central Auto Garage, Phone 26, *
came Saturday afternoon and as '
, : Mrs. Well's coming. was made and carried that T. I'. was i :. .]M. ..*******.**.***.*. .****-**.****** M...W|*
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Carter<< strictly first clacs lines in all jvirtic- .
Resolutions of
Arthur Bugen,of Sorrento, will occupy Williams be appointed chairman. Resolution { until Sunday evening. I I espect.t -

his cottage on Pine street for several to call an election to fill vacancyof Mrs. J;. G. Mcrkel and -tm Paul arrived -I: ulars. .\ a late meeting of the Missionary 1 ** ** ** ***************** **************************_1f
weeks. Mr. Bugen Is friend of P. R. councilman was read and accepted. :1
a Moved and seconded that the clerk from Ashoville, X. C.. la-l Friday.They I |i :Society of the Congregational I and
Ridgeway. f Cabinet
I Miss Minnie Kelley and her aunt, Mrs I i notify acting Mayor Burjtnan to calf a I I ha\e rented He,'. II. B. frtuartMartin's i First Shipment of Grapefruit.The i i'I i Chun of Pav) -"tona. Fla, the deal ri|: : Repair Shop. :1|

Green arrived special election to fill outlay and will spenrhllre: I winter New York Packer i is authority of Mrs. Ain/i I'enedict, which wcu/ j!' .is:
T Sunday from Elmira X. ( vacancy on coun- here. Her little daughter Elizabeth Furniture Icpairin: .1fattn''os Repaired: and made to order. We.f _
Y., and located in Miss cil and for bonding the town. On -'I for the red! the ]home of her ; : .
are comfortably: who i fa now with an aunt in Georgia following item giving the II at son, :SidneyiSenedii ; >! handle the c-c-Ielirated Ktermoor Mattress[ and solicit your ,

Kelley's cottage; on Valley street. .They motion the rouncil adjourned until will also join her in the near future. crodit of shipping the first grapefruit I; ; .t, i in Chicago, in the month j! J order for r"tt'lawork.. Orange ave. ent. Peck }blkt ..'J
bad Oct.1. Mr. Lund has made faithful I
a pleasant trip south stopping and a George Harris arrived Monday from' of the season to Mc !'rs. Hawkins : of July, !P.H! 7.A : W. G. HOBBS. \:
tome time at Jamestown. competant officer, and it fa very 1 L5
A neat wire fence nabjreplaced the old much to be regretted that he should see Highlands, X. C., where he has spent I I I and I Christianrylio own I committee, nsUting of Mrs ..... .f. .... .......... ....................,' a
the :summer as is his usual .
one dividing the properties of I. Z. fit to withdraw from public service at I Recent visitors to Holly Hill I., groves at Port Orange and Holly Ihilt. I B. F. Marsh and Miss I.. A. 'ross.. -

L BurdIck and W. A. Baggett this critical period in the to\\n's growth.Daytona I Mrs. M. A. Hay, Mias Lilla Abcrcrombie: were The grove !'pflilen (>it is I the I was .ipixiintcd l tl) formulate resolu .....$...4.......... .

The Town Council has a gang of men I and Rc-v. .\. J. Wilder of Pay tona. and j II i old Alien grove at Holly I Hill. lions of syinjuthy.iiid respwt. 'I hey -4------::: I'-tin- iti ho Ixtik can't be trf-
cleaning the
up packages and neglected I Mrs. R. M. Mallcry, of Seabreeze. "The f first bonf gr.i|>e>frnitI offered/ .I tine followingWhereas .. -i '', it) ti ill If you dusn't sthptbe

; properties.The registration book was opened L Mrs. R. 11. Hilton Beach,arrived Ort.: Monday 10 -Mr. from and : Mrs. C. R.: SimomU his returned fromDaytona I shipjied this season<< was roun at i! ;, I It has pleasi-d God} I.< _ u< IIM err life may pay tbrr'
Tuesday for the required fin days before New York and are occupying their i lives here for 1 before a few days visit with home'rela-I j!' Holly Hill near I>a"tona., The grove, ; take. from our inn nailer one of our i ltv! -.f your ruglett.I .
returning to lair .
election for bonding the town and I pretty cottage on Ocean avenue. in Jacksonville. jisownedliy Walter Hawkins and !t tj former Ix-Ioved presidents, and an I I.i nt- arid | Ia>U-rs cboukl

; the election of mayor. : Boyd Shoemaker came from DeLandto S. T. Hill launched today a vcrylpn :j j! Cornelius Christian,')". Thenarc- : ac-tive inc-mlM-r ofonr :'cJl'idJ: Tlicr .- ajij;li -d. Till IH your sTRip-
: Mr. i' nanil w<- will tin
and Mrs. J. B. prescribe
.. Sunday afternoon Abercrombie from DeLand.returned I be present at the council meeting I .tty row )bout cf hi-1 own muuufaeture. 1| about ':5,1(7!(
Mrs. Clara Schmidt has leased the I Monday eveninc. rtturniuc Tuesdav.- I II __ ._ 1 I the grove and I tin- cm tiers <'xxt| to the loss; t that has<< Itefalli-n us, of one'who Ii I,:i i them mi hand. T kf our 1

Travis house on Pincwood avenue again I Mr. and Mrs. I. Daughcrj n-turncil Port gather a irop of :;.iutt< t l II) MX 5t) ': has endeaml herself lo n-, .. &T a,h ir> and l.iy in a supply ot 1

for a year through the Butler, Wilson & i Sunday night: from a several da's"isit Orange. I Ioxes." i when I pn-s'nling; at our nwt-lings I UI.I ri jnhittrnun l liiuni nt<-. 1
Co. I with their daughter, Mrs. Turner, at : j II t I t
agency. I DeLand. I Port Orange, Oct. 17-Mis Jessie Dti- --- with rare grace and dignity and, al .. l I Young's Pharmacy 1
Uncle Lige a respected colored citizen Ii IU '
of Mrs. A. F. Dobbin" arrived from Altoona pont left Monday for St. Augustine Council Proceeding II ways as a member appreciated for .. U I
Seabreeze, is home again after where bile will I ?a T IVai-h Sire> t opp. Hoath Bridge.
I enter the
several the latter part of last seek i 6 Content school. The Council I her remarkaLle intellectual force. CSr
months City t met in I
spent with relative! in adjourn
Will I ,
Howes *
of Oak $
on a visit to her friends, Mr. and I Hill, wa in town d ,,,, t t4*
North Carolina. I ed Resolved: : That extend her
la session Monday we to -
t week eveningith
> to for therepairs j I | -
on I
f Mrs. Webfcter.; Mrs. Webster is so much I
has W.rented L. Sonntag Mrs. E.of L.the Potter's Investment Co., plea."t'd with the beauty of the place II i Wilhambon house, which! hp pur-j t President Carroll, Aldc-nnan .hl.", I I II I husband, Mr. Ani/i I enedicl, and I to ******.** U ,* **** *********Q .*. ..**.... ...*.u..utt

and with his cottage, and the promise of the location that she' rhu.-cd ome time ago. I I Ilh'arl. I'ovve: Itinchnin and ll.ui-i'I I her children and relatives, our I II .

- 5. winter. family will occupy it this will probably invest in property lure. I'. Walter 1111\\kins' foreman is here: tuerint -I j i.kins present.lis'lIanellus. I heartfelt synijwthy in their great IKS ;'I: N. ERICKSON f LCabinet

Born, to Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Stuart at D. F. Aiuan, the aged father of W.j| |he* ha.('ndmg the picking (if the orange: : \ hills to the amount i reavement, and send to them the as- ;, iI !

- Winsted, Conn., a baby boy. Mr. :Stuart Amam who has been visiting. with the i H(', .bought.and Mrs. Hudson in off l')0ii!) )| |, werr pir" '' -ntnl and ordered Miranc-e that we small, over cherish :, : MaKer. Wood WorKer. .
- came 'n i
family the !It ft for his
I t is friends receiving the congratulations of his home in North past Georgia summer Tuesday I I the night train :Saturday; ,and paid.' the memory of her c-ultivated Christian i -5 I'i'-turo Franu's. Door and Window Screens made to oNPr. i
neighbors. I
r son preached a very good He.1IUd-1 Alderman Jiblr ... character<< and her well balaiutii s
Mrs. Chas. A. Ballough returned the Mr. and Mrs. Gage, writing: to friends j Cld | folj : Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA: FLA.

latter part of last week from s-everal from their summer home in Sandwich I T.) morning.M j lowing resolution, winiuhu on motion I I loyalty to the cause of Mi--! j' ...... ............. t.
days stay in St. Augustine. 111., expect to arrive here about Nov. 1. liaog' i t" painting RulgcwoiNiHall. /. i was adopted: : sions.Uesolvcd. i ....... ******...*********. .****:*i

' The Misses Jutte, of Pittsburg, who in A fron't sidewalk of being Todd's laid by C. J.. Horn:Sea I I The Seventh Day Ad\cnt ihunii is '|: Whereas, the Hoard of County J) : : That copies of these ............................
! occupied the Bernard cottage last winter property| on I Commissioners : Resolutions: I lx transmitted ...................4fl4
progressing nicely.Mr. c to Mr. ,
breeze "innty j
winter, have and leased it again for the coining:. Mr. Macombcr avenue. after a few days \ bit i i, l'revattand family from Titus- j: Lave failed to etitiijily, with the dejmandof I Benedict, and published I in the town : gilT
expect to arrive in Xov LER
with his ville arc visiting his brother A. Prevail. I IMr }pajiers, and I spread i WILSON & CO. i: E.l
Mrs. V. C. the
ember.jaiss !sKter Grant ha returned council to make an upon the rwfnl. :
accounting -
; _n. -It..:..t.t...-.. u..;...,. i........t.. ..... ,ir., .:__ _._ .i.iTcildrr .-". I LJ ES
"' > U" II' I
to Jacksonville.Miss I Committee. '
I Mary Lou Laves returned the I and settlement of the It-.. -V. \f.r......1...i.I ... '
p I latter part of last week from a wt't'l'svisit Florence Horn her aunt and rented Miss place Milburn's at Spruce Cree-k has amount due on ac-count of road I I I Miss I L. A. Cross. .,t. ctuttas for Sale or I Rent. Life, Fire and Accident Insurance.I'Vmt ''-.
with friends at Orlando. cousin, Mrs. and Miss Detw ille r expect I cottage on IJidgeWCKX : ; I : "
; Mr. and Mrs. to arrive here Nov 15.Mr avctimand moved his family ta\es etc, therefore, the city plates : :; i. DAYTONA liKACH, FLA, i -

: ;. L upend the winter in Ilaydon Daytona.( aines will and Mrs. Manning, who Lave a school.I therein. Ii'l their ihildrcn ran attend the collection of the same in tIle I| Dr.) and I Mrs. :-)i. M.r Worley, {Ifil.i. .................................................

: & II. Graham of the Sonntag Invest home on Peninsula Drive south of the hands of \\m. Jackson fret of anyexpennse i Augustine, have he-en the guests of -}
I ment Co., baa rented one of the Claren- churdi, will arrive from Sheldon. N. I)., ,I J. Vinzant's sister i and Mrs. Shat-' or cost to the city. Mr.( and) Mrs. F. J. Xiver several Tr1"r
lurk visited )fr. and Mrs. Wills:Sunday. ; "p'PJ1.
don in a short time. ;' 1'1'' flY "
I. cottages on Grandview avenue forhimelI I. Alderman Ifowe: moved that the 'days this week. Dr. Worley '
O. return'ed i
! Mr. and Mrs. John McRae returned Gc-sner arrive! Motxlay fn and family. He and Mr. SoonS j New York. ;;: telephone lease have inserted I to St. Augustine Thursday '
from a brief visit to Jacksonville this a | leav-j
tag are expected to arrive in Seabreeze
-- early in November, and will be bu' week. Tllfftati..n agent, Mr. Bailey, lift ;, clause giving city free use of telephone ing Mrs.r Wnrley for a more extend- '' San Mateo
y Mrs J. M. We : thereafter in promoting their large in- shield, of DeLand, i. \i-it- ; and that after approval the ;

3 c f, teresta here. iting her sifter Mrs. C. L. Horn. Creek, Ala., to spend vacation.. Mr. lease I Ix signed 1 l I'y propt.'rTidal./ ..'i. i i
r Mr. SchoCeld who Mr. and Mrs. G. W HucJ..nerllrter an i :Smith will be agent while he i Is: gone.Hr. Cajt.) Leon Kllemvood: receivedthis ;
was with Eric Carried.An .
,L "' Mills at Daytona last winter. La leased absence of ti\ months in IndianujiolN:: i I and Mr... Dul5oi came home from r week from the Automatic Machine ':-
j New" ordinance n..I-1
and other York Tuesday. They name the passed be-eond Have MadeReputation
the Clarendon barber shop for th<* coming points: accompanied by their up '' Cu.. of Hridgeport, Conn.
F- nicer j St.: Johns to I eLand and visited Mr*. ing providing for the a
season. II << Mrs. Ella Bcacham, of Cincinnati, I' constructing! I I new engine for his 101110 j

Mrs. Horace Eckert, of the Uraylock, arrived here a few das ago and are located DuBois'. : parents, also enrolled their son and grading of of a hard surface i!I lie will also ('" Dixie)

Wflliamstown Mass., has taken one of in the Buckncr home cottage: o n I Korrt as a stuihnt at Stetson Univer roadway on First street rwtvvwnXorth I replace the enginein A

L the Clarendon cottages on Ocean boulevard the beach. sity. 'J I hey spent the summer at their Canal and I Ian.1 : in the steamer Cherokee lfon. the t of ;
old t..mfin' ])utWI'S) County, New Orange avenue, of
.t and is expected to arrive early in Mrs. Hall and children will return to i opening the season.
York.S. for
- the season. Orlando this week I providing cost thereof.An .

C: G. L. Johnson will open a bicycle shop Seth Woodruff of Ocala, was enjoy : : Martin has purchased the interest ordinance providing for a : Mrs. J.I II. Meagley. of the M. Their ;

, ; in one of the Clarendon stores in time ing the bass fishing from Keating's pier I I of Mr. Bellamy in the firm of Martin ..1Bellamy storm sewer along First: street was Ella DcVoy Ci,., returned \Vedneb- .. Own.

-: for the tourist season. a few days the latter part of last week. !I ml'rl'h3lIJi and h.usincss will carryon aJ..rlt'the grner P presented anclla.. 1. I! day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Meag( :

: J. E. Caslow, I The friends of Mr Buckner will regretto / I The ordinance ley spent the : }
manager ot the Colonnades providing for the hummer 1'1
r arrived learn of his serious illness: since Iris return i. near Toledo, :. 1(1 KU<1<1c:>;s (If tile San l lt'ti Cigur is one of
last wed and is quite and Ohio. Mr.I i
I home Dr. Klock is in attendance. i Wet and Dry Llections. grading marling of First Meagley is now in Wf'"t tingreatest
busy getting the hotel for I j
ready inter
: avenue passed its wcond : Virginia where he triiimphs of tin KastCoast
Eugene Johnson Don reading. will J
Knight and
r The The 'I l sjnd !s(-v-
guests. rich shades of the interior f <>ctii ns bell) in Florida in
Had*in Courtney of the eral wet k before : lIlc'C' tin f
Buichboys s
decoration of lobby and office will be I I the past week or two to deciJe the I returning i tll 1'.1)-1' -:
lightened belong to Company Jand are Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Pitcher tona. ,
S up by the entire woodwork were ,
. being enameled in white. White looking forward to the encampment at I liquor iticstion! have been very close! ,called! to Male from the
help Kspanola Sunday by tIle 1 The launch i choicwl: ;
Fort DeSoto. 1'auline growths or tobacco that the] renin'
uncomfortably so in two in tanct' of .St.
will Hlla .
be employed excJui'f'I)'. The Miss I! I .j illness! of Mrs. Pitcher's sister Mrs. i Augustine I o.r Florida I anti 1 he J"and] "
Katherine Camp celebrated passeil: 1 of Cohn anti
her (
chef is considered one of the finest in I Orange county went dry last t"t't'k E. W. up t I. r early : pell with tire QUI prmlucc. wrap- a
.John :
the country, and has been with Mr. thirteenth birthday several days since by a majority of three. Clay t"n. Mr. Pitcher rt- | Thursday morning loaded thc rich, "ilk If'8f grown on I-'t: Coast IJantationl] 'J

.' Ball at Ocean View for eleven f and was the pleased. recipient of numerous -I also (turned Monday, but Mrs.r .Pitcher re.1'fruit. Her deck with cigar indiistrvnfi II... .. \\.1.11... ...... .. _.. .__ ., __, L.._, uiE .. _
years. | handsome county joined the dry column bail .. ..n.:.....1' -- 1KI'f"lJUu("'" I 1)t.'llr VV- .
present, among which mained with "" ">" 'I
The Chicago Carters Monthly, edited j by a majority of less than her sister! who was i!!! mainly of grapefruit I For sale }II f a1J-!ll
' [ was an opal] ring twenty. :' and| bananas. !, ldaniianglocinnftuI< l dftLa l and !lay tl* tVion a
4 4r
; improved.
, by Opie Men Read of the in an West article on Prominent -j" Mr. and Mr?. Lee King;>t"n arrived [ Putnam county went dry by a very but she also: had 1 other fruit U.IJW1 News .1HI
speaks in the from Cleveland Ohio, Monday close L. C. Lynch. iran,. en a vote and Dade eotintv. which : Chancellor!, l'auline :
: following eulogistic terms of Dr. C. P. !I[ visit to Mr. and Mrs.! Horace Stewart held of the of went vth r: wenty sixes, stylos and jrrades select from. '"
her Knights something less to
-''- LtUnd: "In him we find a man who ha, I and family.C. electionVeiines4ay! went ,; Pythias of the : than two weeks aff ,. i

secured a place in law, letters, college wet by only six The trend! State of Florida was in the -
as a I). Griffith Virginia and L. Anaheim -I majority. j lity : W.H.Parker, who I rl: ) \ !
_: professor as a platform orator and I were guests "f the Seaside Inn opinion in Florida seems to be to Tuesday and 'Venlnenlatnc'xrn- Iris residence rc.-ently! WM. -. S/\IJ : BY ALL DIALlkS.1 :
,1 as business man. j I Monday. 111.f away with saloons. but the line up :panel by Mrs. !I. 'nh. Grand1 i i I-ea<.hstm.tLasrentcl Property ?.nort]. Malll.fadll..IIII.\ d

'- L. Z. Burdick has recently indulged.i Frank Jones w ho had a photograph: the people pretty evenly divided. : Chancellor Lynch is snaking an offi ,he build E S W. 11
his penchant for fine bred chickens by i gallery: with Mr. Stern I : ng recently erected by the ROWLEY SAN MATEO t\
I I on Seabree/e. Hill-boro, Monroe and BuI cial tour for the purpose of visiting: irridgi.Company FLORIDA : '
buying handsome lot of | at the
Plymouth 'avenue last winter, I eat j
expects to return I ennui| ,, ; SliJ.J.L
Rocks, White Leghorn and olLcrchoice I I and w ill probably go in business in Daytons. val are the next counties to vote onI j I the local, lodges K. of 1'., and Fountain -[ ficllIe Hridgt', and I with ,his f III!' JC 4LLCua4 .... T

market varieties. :Since which time his I I the 'I ue tion. City J..otlge Xo. 5'3' held a ppe \\iIl family: ____ ___ I.IIIIIIII"J, \I IW '
family and neighbors enjoy little of his I: Miss May Hiiley is now visiting with| -- tial meeting TUt'oofIay"t'nin to I flooJr.'x'etpy Mr. rooms on the .',.??, __________ _____ -.--------- T.

society, as his time after and before : relatives in Cincinnati. She reports I Five numi cottage, 'targe; lot welcome the distinguished. \ isitor.j:: : Parker W'ilt to St'ille ; ------- -

1 work hours is taken in building compartment -I winter weatht'r.from that section. i flowing wt-II, at :a harcain Apply From this city Mr. and Mrs Wt'dnt'bJa to 'OfllfJlt'te tile work'Ulln
pen and houses, that each j J. .\. Lviich hi.-lJ Lt' to
Crosby, of :San l Mateo: arrival to 11. T. McCltllan: tf was E'ng3ge.J
I went to Titusville.i tal that


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:. H 111111111111111s .. The "Howard W tches" are the I Thos. Goodall and family, of Day C. B. Wingate and.} his mother,)I -I Ir

s Local Paragraphs. : only American watches that ever tona Beach, returned from the north Mrs. G. Wingate were Ormond I

passed the Geneva test require- i Thursday night. visitors from until "
Saturday Sunday ; t
:111111111111I.I.I.I1I.ItieLadies' ments: Geo. II. Clark makes a specialty The afternoon. I Get rid of the "\ 1

handbags the "Fluffy of the "Howard Watch." ,I Morgan House has recently

kind little but completed a cement walk on the Palmetto 9 Shell!! Boat for sale or rent N
Ruffles" a expensive, Mrs.
right up to the minute in style- Lake Troy left Monday for I street side of the property. Mrs. C. M. Stevens arrived Monday -'i
Helen to visit with relatives at
yes we have the medium priced ones that place. ;Fresh oysters at Mills. from Eau Claire Wia. and is :i, .

with her mother Mrs. G. E. Hurd Lard Habit
also. Mr. I ,
and '
Mrs. W. F:Gille and Mrs. i '"

L. H. Rowe & Co.. The ,Jewelers. D.Cot C. Morris C. M. were Bingham Jacksonville and Major visitors J. I. Osa Crenshaw were the guests of on First avenue. ,

H Allen in the friends at Jacksonville last Satur Dr. and I Mrs. J. II. Pieison arrivedin I
Corn..1. was city from Friday until l Sunday I!

Saturday. night. I day. I Daytona Tuesday evening and at I Cottolene makes pies and pastry digestible made from pure, refined cotton seed oil.

Henry Van Dora was at home Fresh onion and bean seeds. i L. G. Willaume was in the city I once home took Cedar posession of their pleasant.I -it'makes crisp, flaky pie-crust-the It makes food palatable, digestible and

Sunday. I from St. Augustine; Sunday, and on street kind that will melt in your niouth rather healthful.

over H:\\KINS, The Druggist. drove from here to leland) in the The Halifax Rifles left yesterday than stick in the pit of your stomach. Cottolene is the purest and best shorten-

George Wray returned Sunday Geo. \Westerfield was in the I I afternoon. :afternoon in command of Capt. W.I I There is no getting away from the fact !ng. It is not substitute for lard,but, an 1

from a two weeks business trip city from Sunday until Monday for j:I C. 11. Wilder and family returned i F. Jibb for ten days encampment at'' that lard is Jthe fat of the pig. There was improvement upon lard or any other short

down the coast. a visit with his family South I j! Fort DeSoto When substitute fore
on nearl'ampa.C..1. ening. you accept a
Sunday evening and are again occupying I II a time in th olden days when 1 lard was
The best of fresh meats at Birchwood's Elidgewood avenue.J. I their Birl"ll\\\ul. with Mrs.Birclmwtmal Cottolene you are not getting your money's
handsome residence
at I < made from a particular part of the pig the ,
I ,
20:?(; South Beach street I I ; worth. Cotlolcne is the original and only
A. Mitchell of
I Atlanta representing Daytona Beach. i recently returned) to Daytona i selected part-it was called the "leaf- the market. It is
shortening on prefer-
Geo. F. Smith visited with ; the Bognall Electrical Co., J I has >ened his meat market at :
oj that is
the but with the
tFull line of Stork ,
goods just
received peritoneum; able in more than one-in purity re-
friends in New Smyrna. from Saturday of Cleveland, Ohio, was in the city{I the old stand:; for the winter season. ways ,
at the Chas. E. Gardiner Co.Miss growth of the industry lard is now thrown suits and healthfulness.

.. until Sunday afternoon the latter part of last week. :I Pricilla Seel>"e, who has been The infant child of Mr. and 1 Mrs. J on the market made: from pig-fat from all Try Coltolene for a short time, and you

1 J. L. Od a in spent a couple of Rev.. and Mrs. II. B. Gibbons visiting with Mr.I and Mrs..1. B. W. C. Cameron died at their home I portions of the animal, and lard, today, is will find that your digestion is noticeably -

days in Jacksonville this week on spent several days at Green Co\'e' Moore at Hartford, Conn, is exjfcted on Daytona avenue, T.I not as good as the lard of years ago-in fact improved. Follow

business! going; up Tuesday after Springs this week attending a meeting home next Monday. was buried at Pinewood Cemeterv.l I it is more indigestible, and more unhealthy. directions given

noon. of the St. John's Baptist Association Mr. and! Mrs. Call who have spent Coltolene is a cleanly vegetable product on the pail.
) the
John Cranor, of DeLand.
Hoagh & Bond are putting in a newly appointed member of tie the suiunur at their home in :St.\ ,

Bigger and better to" the Louis arrived in () COTTOLENE GRAND PRIZE (highest
cement walk for Louis Adler on the tees at Board of County Commissioners wasa Daytona Thursday! was granted a
Daytona Bakery. possible award) all other cooking fats at the
Palmetto side of his and are again at their pleasant home over
avenue prop- Daytona) visitor Sunday.Mrs. .
recent Louisiana Purchase Exposition, and food cooked
Alvers Segui, of Young's Phar- on South Ii.Jgewxl1.:
perty.fComnare ..J.Hendri: s and Mrs! with COTTOLENE another GRAND PRIZE. ;
macy, accompanied Benford Deacon .Mrs .1(. M. : and e
Dealing daughter .
our fruit line with Grace Swift returned the forepart of I j "Home Helps" a book of 300 choice recipes, edited t

others. T. F Curtis & Son. on a fishing trip down the river the the week from Ponce (Park, where Florence, who have been visiting for II by Mr. Rorer, it your for a 2 cent stamp, if you 1
address The N. K. Fairbank
fore of the week and Company Chicago. +
part together the past three months at variouspoints ,
they had) been binding several
Mrs. Emma Edick, accompaniedby they captured twenty-one red snap- in the New England tatt's.1 A NEW FEATURE-The patent air-tight top on this pail if for
da}s. the of keeping COTTOLENE clean fresh and wholesome;
her father Wm. Allen returned purpose
pers, a pretty good catch of this fine returned home Friday. i it also prevents it from absorbing ail disagreeable odors of the
Tuesday, and are at home on Volusia fish. ; tFor Rent-Finnish eel cottage on grocery, such as fish oil, de.Nature's .
tune hardy, big Boston lettuce I:I
avenue. Palmetto street, opposite I Ivy Lane
Major and Mrs. Abercombie were I for for transplant-
plants sale ready !
Inn, ::!'fy) for season. Inquire of :
P. Johnson is
Geo. building a in the city Saturday and Sunday Graham Thompson. :'I-t! lug, also) several varieties large'' Gift from the Sunny South
for Mrs. E. Guest in
small cottage with their children the Misses thrifty tomatoe plants. Apply Model __ _

the rear of her residence. on Myrtle Emma and Lelia and W. W. Aber- Mrs. L. S. Benedict who has been I Farm, South avenue, or phone 115.Mrs. !; u

for several months at Edueyv'ille, i DOBBINS
crombie. They were on their P. B.
way I. A. Shanks arrived fromHendersonville I ,
Mrs. B. Foster and daughter Miss home to New Smyrna from a visitto N. C., returned Thursday night and I
is her home South : GUN
Henderdonville N. : at on I'idgewood Norman S.
Pearl returned 1 last week from a night and reports her son, .\. 1-.1: | DaytonREAL repairing, !."> fitting saw fil
several weeks sojourn at -nderson-) avenue.T. 1 ing. Trunk. alicumbrellas ami
6Dr. Houghton will occupy his Shanks, whose illness called her to I IaraoL. p.urcd and r' coined Badges!,
ille, N. C.Fresh new quarters in Peck block, at the Fred Brown and familv returned -I Hendersonville, as greatly imprv\ed. I Clietkami|: tae::-. nut !be r stamps and
ils.'s Sju '!, I I''a..h Street, i
laat week from their summer official & : :
garden Meds.HANMNS west end of South Bridge, Xov 1st. Claude) B. Carter is temporarilywith ESTATE.Care Itaytoiui h> J
:outing in the New Hampshire hills i 1 r
The Druggist Job Wilbur, of Providence, H. I., the Miller-Strohm Co, while i
I and are once more at Daytona
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Pollitz will who with his family occupied one of Beach home. two of the force, G rover Oduin and of pinptrty. 1st door south of postoflice. W. II. L'DMONIKON : i A full line of l

Mrs. A. E. Barker's houses on Bay I Johnson absent military -
probably arrive today or tomorrow. Eugene are !
Kdward Manager, Daytona 1 : Fla. Plans, Istimatesand
I H. W. Osborne and) :
They have been at Oyster Bay, N. street last winter has rented the son duly with the Halifax li! lies. :
Suix'iinfeiiileiH-e. LIIIIII..r .ar.1. Magnolia) Avenue and
:other house this and arrived Wednesday! from New 1 Meal
Y., during the summer. again -season York and will IMJ with Mr. o At a regular meeting of < >,ieulaTribeNo. I F. I E. C. I'.ul\\nv.) Phones' :at oH'no, yard! and) lesideiuf. Quick
I will I he down) with his wife and City $-
!'I O R. M. )held I
Dt.nn Bros. have purchased the : I. Imp. ,
borne'.s brother, Joseph Osliorne.
daughter about the first of Xotemjer.
bicycle business of W. W. Austin, I | during the winter. Wednesday) night, the Chiefs degree )

and will conduct the same, Blair was conferred) out M. .F. hutch .... ... .............1 Gasoline Stoves
Another of ladies' .... .............o ...... ... .
Dunn being in charge; A nunplete line of Lieu Brand shipment of Holly Hill, and much other. workaciomplished. .

II yarn in all shades at the) 'has. I K.: muslin) underwear] in all prices. TIll'I i ) I i FOUNTAIN I CITY j ii i ;
SFor first class workDaytonaSteam Chas K.: Gardiner; Co."The I
laundry, phone 8. tf Gardiner Co. : (!eo. l K Anderson) is adding to the I and Ranges.

M. B. Aultman returned visit Sunday I'' on Nick Cottage Krukson avenue, ,the has wood-worker contrived a I I serve ladies)tea from the Kpiscojal.'5 to :.; Tuesday cllllrc.hwill on comfort Fairvievv and ap avenue[>caraiicc by the of his arnustrmrlion home-j I |i Livery and Transfer Stables !t Ii;

from several weeks to
night a afternoon Oil. !'ml at the home of I
the front!. Also the
looks like
New York and other 1 pants hanger a pretty of einent stets to 1 new
eastern |points neat trick. It can be made to hold Mrs. H H. Stftyeon) South:; I'idge l>on'h and) l'Cnwnlalr... from I lilt" j II.u k--UK'i all tr.timPh'nm' I ':. t'"r. I'.dtncttii and i Liu Oak ave JBLACKSMITHING :i
and was called to Jacksonville cm ) will l IJe I I .
wood. Ten rents
any reasonable number of flairs of house to t the stntt. I' AND REPAIRING. |
Monday. trousers and when not in use is charged), the pro tfds to Ifor the : i Perfection Blue

and benefit of :'it. ( .ln ir and sidewalk ) ; A meeting of the committee aj'- 1
Mr. and Mrs S. Heymann door of Marjs i > -
folded against the wall or lintel| ) by the ;iioanl; If Trade tll''! i Piiiiitiiiir: and HOTM t' uIlU1'Iltl;. : Flame: Oil Stoves.
Abram home fund.
son are again; at on of the I. .
the Inset out
arrived Sat- way. look into the) matter of the proposed G. A. FOYE. *
Orange avenue, having I' :
;Furnished cottages and apartments I
tOo to Clark's stationery store fur establishment of a Cluutauqua was .
urday afternoon. They spent the : for rent at $100 t I( 1 to )12oi.1I > ...................................................iGEO. MaleyCo.
That's where bargains held afternoon and) the Bingharn&
Bel- tablets. you get Thursday I I.
summer at their old home in
All sizes and l locations
J per season. Iprojett .
in stationery of all kind! was thoroughly discussed.It :.I.************************* A***********.*+.++-.+ .t*+**
mar, N. J.What Itieman The Heal Estate: and I'en-
W. II. Dyne has removed the cottage -I. was decided to take up the& matter I.i i iI FURNITURE UNDERTAKING
is Lily Water? Call at tat) Man. P. JOHNSON
I of funds at !
from the rear of his residenceon once. 1 __ __ u ____
the electric
light plant. .
Fairview avenue to his lot adjoining A, H. Edwards: and family, who I Mr.I and Mrs. J.I C. Summerville : : !
J. M. Lane and daughter, Miss during ) I Students Wanted !
on the west and will fit it have been at Narragansett Pier and son, J. C. Summerville, Jr., arrived I CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, i .
Luella of South Norwalk Conn., the] summer, returned to Day L.irnc t .tiiil liont -t uric", to avail thrmschi -
Mr. night and joinedMiss :*
for renting purposes. Dyne Thursday i
arrived Saturday. Mr. Lane returned up has also planted a row of palmettotrees tona Sunday) night and are again at I Florence Summorvillo at The ) f IH\I UNA ISI-ACII, ri.OKIDA. ** of UKiinn'.!' advantages offer1 -
f.IIy 1
somewhat earlier than usualin along the frontage of his prop- home on Myrtle avenue. Mr. Edwards Howard: where they will spend the 'I..** I

order to look after some property erty among other improvements will as usual conduct the I season with the- eweption of Mr.( :. I Iv: >tiniate-N; r'tmiMied on Sit ti-t 'Notice.. *... i ROLLINS COLLEGE,

interests here. Little Rhody harper shop) during i Summerville, who expects to enter !I f I Winter Park, .

Mrs. James Kincaid and her bro Mrs Mary Duck and daugher, Miss the winter. I Stetson University at Deland. i : All work done in it.tridly: lir.xt-rlass: : manner.: J ; $u 'ntilic, Music, Art, Mtnlrti .
have been spendingsome
Minnie, I
ther-in-law louver Kincaid spent Miss Mabel. Saxon of Kingston, >< J.unguagcIspreseimm: ISiiiiness
weeks at Seabreeze, left Monday ; There was an unusually large attendance J Atfi'iit for Stiin\iy I Puxt) (Corner*. J ; and nographic Counts of Ugh grade.
; several days last week with Mr. and left Wednesday) fur Fort Pier'e.1 of'': .
for a two or three weeks visit at the regular meeting I Mo-it! attiacti\r and healthful surround
Ponce Park will make her home with I '' .*>wxiatrrtle....*.***.****** *****************+********
Mrs. G. A. Pacetti, at with Mrs. Duck's brother, Dr. J. }I. where she) Halifax Lodge No. 81, F.A.. M. ------- ings.! Fine gymnasium anal ail fs M and

enjoying the good fishing always to her sister, Miss Mattie, who is engaged James L water port: : ) when
Jones, at Interlachen. On their return Thursday night C \\"h\! not. have jour own
be found there. they will occupy Mrs. D. F. i in newspaper work at that 1'attillt, of Port Orange, receivedthe I II 1. ate c'xloentw' t
took little FIRE PROTECTIONIy or full information and 1 r< Ism r"*r- I
9Fresh' onion and bean seeds. I, Austin's cottage on Bay street for place: Miss Mabel her Master( Ma&on's( degree.) << After c t v.ifionaddress I

HANKIXS, The Druggist. I I I the winter. niece back to New Sm'rn11: : <<1 remained I the degree work supper was served installing this M If-i ontainI : HON. W. R. ()':'I HAL, I

Chittenden i over there a day.tAn I II I in the banquet hall and) a pleasamisocial ) t.,_ __ d I Pumping Outfit I If you : Orlando, I'Iorfda.SEABOARD. J
Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Plants, plants plants-Cabbage, intimate knowledge of the I II time enjojed.Mrs. I I.:. to< any doubts) of. the protetti !
returned Friday of last week. They and Beet plants ------ -- --
Lettuce, Cauliflower I!I building interests of this localitywill i 'i it will afford I in addition)
spent!! the' summer at East Orange, ready for transplanting, in any : I ( A. Staples was a passengeron : :

N. J., but visited at St. Louis, Mo., quantity. J. W. But & Sai'. l l1I' -. i I save you many anoysmeand: the Comanche from Nework i r | ''imping the water lor all ,

for a couple of weeks on the way !I perhaps extra costs. Let us advice last week arriving in Daytona) Monday -r purpose, rail at tin1. I i Air Lino Railway.

, lock to Daytona. :I'I'W.. F. Holmes' of Grand Rapids with you. It costs you nothing. night'; Mrs.( Staples has been | ofJOls : S.I\ulllalr: (t' !itiibt.1 ( Catnden Sou- I i

Mr. and Mrs. II. Y. Thompson ., who is at present occupyingone Norman: S. Dayton, Davtona. for two months visiting various OSBORM, their! I'ilf''i., I: uIiegh. Ukliniond: '

are again occupying their Ridge- : of the Cochran houses on Bay Geo. 1 E. Sebrinc arrived from Se- points in the) New England. :Stato\ 44 plumber who will demon- Washington' Baltimore, I'lnla-

wood avenue home, having returnedlast street street, is interested in celery bring 0., h>.t Saturday evening and Mr. Staples met Mrs. Staples in -'m.ltc i with one in m operation. li'lphia, New Yc.rk.
Sanford and has rented the -- ---- -
culture at and I .
Jacksonville on Sunday returned -
Saturday. They had been visit- Brown of five acres and j remained until Monday afternoon B. STETSON UNIVERSITY -- ,
place with her. JOHN
Mrs. Thompson's former home, Jasper and lettuce I looking after interests here Mr.) Se- Two Elegant Trains Dailp)

Bridgeport; Conn. will here try He growing is also celery contemplating the I. bring is very enthusiastic over theI lliwrte"t'ns.) :\ for many years I I"lIt! I C; 1111.1.1,1.| I I:' .. \Mi i ir i I 11.11\1'I i \l. :M ]III| ml'.sUeLAM SIM!ht Mril I "..xprcssS

I proposed establishment of a Chau- the trusted porter at Schmidt's: : ). ILOPI1U.Aftilliatecl .
*For Rent or Sale.-My home cor. establishment of a crate factory here. ; .\.1) tuft ,tail
tauqua in Daytona and he will do Villa) returned Wednesday from the With the University of Chic&go.

Ridgenood and :2nd! avenue. Every For Rent-Five-room furnished {I' his share toward the t financial end 1 I north where) he has been sendingthe ) COLI.lJi OFI.l IBI.KAL AKIS I'iL.. iu..lui-N\ ti< U.o. "I 1 11..1'I I -I! ..t M', .'-ui T'lllnian Ilquipaicnt. I I

improvement and furnished com I tim a;?" :M,.tli"J' : :.I'\ : !I" ;\. tI..1! !,';Jl.', '--.Hi \InI11I, ?: t.t-m al..1 i I'Inituo ,
on West Magnolia of the project I He is personally acquainted summer. Oliver isl probably the ... .
H. Lrmvits. tf cottage tic;; <1'lu< ,10.i ::'? .111.1 I tHi .ntiv: :
plete. G r.o.: $150 for season. Address annue\\ with Dr. Clarence n.1 only colored man: in Daytona who) ,, COLLLIinort.'v-mrciII'--IntI-I': I i 1, << 0''' 'mI'au!''\ i. .' ': itt JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINE

Mrs. F. A. Newell and daughter, Walton, 1'. 0. Box 71. tf I Strouse and speaks of that gentle speak and reads German; and) is a HI lori'la. wroth: '.t ,:;UIII:maim:ionCOHI.OI.OJTI.CUNOLOdY AM: i-CIIOOL or .MECHANIC AKISMlitniral ... :NOWIOLKA..

Miss Edith returned Saturday afternoon man in the highest terms of praise. general favorite with all the feJlul.ngut'st"i .; I llv, ,'i. l.i-'M;, .i I.II:_HI.*.riugamdSLmniat. Ti.mnns ....mrn! linsr to Esur-i-iii Til'kt'h :dale:
II. C. lloome t < u Daily.
and I ,. ,
Commodore ,Jo.r.. I 1'111" I.\\' i.II1I1n: : I-t1.: "'I'lil'I'' i r>ror.
and are occupying their pleasant and niece Miss Sarah Wright are in "For Rent-Furnished or unfurnished of the house :"cOl.LI.OUOr: BlMM7i: -r..uik'nit niali. .it.. 101.1,. i I.-. I I'.,..?, .-. poi b> I l"-t Fur full Inform.ilion and sleek rtuse-
' I iiH-tlio.1* "u,,.-' ,. '! .1r..II.'I-'\\I'ltllll:'. Kl Io ti\- IIU-- ": 'I. ;n otlwr ii part .

home | X'ation rm9 1 1wn'c r-f rot T
on Ridgevvood avenue. of Schmidt's Villa. large elegant front rooms! i in I Loren Lund of Poughkeepsie. N. ... huddmUg.I'REt'ARAIoR1'ACAUfi.iV'irtdn.mtwpr.p..m. :< : rt :a! lI&"tlt ;rtt t1HL
the city, guests m*'nt l.irirttuit\ :ml.t "'"1110,1.l >.u- t..
They spent their time while northat They will remain here some time I Opera (House block opposite Halifax) I II Y., has leased The Oaks and will | ; ,-'. .t., LIT. Ilart.mrl I. LIBl'rmim.rt.rti.l ->. C. l;
Boston, New York, Bradford, Pa., and then go on to Miami, where I I Yacht Club, also large room formerly ;, take possession, time first of November. :toRMAI.A'aI101)LI.SCt10oLS.-1." 111.11.: Mi'l.u'iii:: i 1'111. ma" amt nil fir-t.Kin-l,lit-s T;.>trN-ii'; II.. -.,MI I 1"I.llIIif -- : .. t;., 'I. rah I' I.C:rngcr Agent,

and Cuyaga Like.tRemember they have a fine winter residence. used for Opera House. Inquire Owen C. Becker who was to _' rrniiari allllliral..III'I.I. l lion, ill .t'I'mtratr| I I. ,.:,t'iti: Th'.*' ...lio.-; '....I], tall i J L' k n i':' 1:1.:
I .
1'111011 :0.111..1 t l.'rtLSIC -
brought his Lozier of Graham Thompson. 21-lt) have had the house, was obligedgive t.. I.r.t'ar as ,. '.
the Daytona Bakery The Commodore : .'\ CIIUL.11I"t( l pij.; "r.rail i .1! r-n pianoi.trat' I I. il lintr:

can supply all your wants in the touring car with him and is thoroughly i I I Mr and Mrs. F. .F. Dumont arrived -i it up owing to the illness!: of Eire.. im'mlty tl..r"II.:1":: .l1lr..i i,'Irl'.Y. .
ART SuttOOL.-v.ttumti.: : 1'ttiV ruta' HMN> .t" I IIM.S1BATHS
bakery line. tf enjoying the many miles of.. from the north Wednesday af- hid young child but his son will actas :-t..t-'ti li.u. af:i. ur.\: ",i !.. profoMitnt anal inor'tiirs Tn..> l.o.j: .t.'gre.-: I.
who! i is idmrsitr..fe lo.air lIar\"I1J"1. Vil-. Ihirti'jouth. "! unl.n. lor"tit"
around D\.tona. Dumont is interestedin clerk for Mr. Lund an experienced ; from th-1 t .
Mrs. N. J. Trowell and two children good roads I ternoon. Wrer..t.\ I.OHI-X .11.. lou.l..iii. I ttv..lit.. It,K Uin-11 i t'ni -r-Its, of Mh' .
were the of Mr. and fruit I boating and is the owner of the hotel man. i ia<'ti and l otlur I 11I1 '.'r-ltl" -. Tl '".ivan-o\ t't.:: .oo<..i IM> in I- niilttisrn>\ ."( ntneM \*
guests tAnyone desiring a small ., .. .lma.-J imtirmtry'af.r..1' 1":1.! 0LIHII:
smarty quarter' million | .llar 11,1\\| Iw'nt. all n ii i iJ"I
Mn. W. II. Edmondson for a day or farm or chicken ranch can secure I launch Bullfrog, which has been The tier. l between the colored 1 01 HI \-IIIUIII'1I! : n |l...antiful tluip) l with II..-tiv fMinhitMr, in."lu'lniji 't*iit.- !
two while on their home from street housed at McDonalds boat yard waiting room and the office of the wiadttti oil i>aintinp>. alo..MH. 1"1"| > rjran. a tiymna..j'I. with ranmplrir! ap. :
way at Holly Hill on Daytona ;R. t 'ntti-* o'irt". hasebatl >lii;
one I i aratil!>. an"01,1.1tbl..ti.! l'w\: 1 r i: ms.trs t"
Mr. |
St. Augustine to Et. Pierce. Mrs. five lots 100x300: ft. during the summer. F. E. C. defeat has been replaced by mon.l ao,l Jtri.lir..n. I tlrsi.h-. .witarnirg. .; ..1. I. u I p. "'i".rl'; +..I'arat': LILVATER
comprising I friend l of the late and the! "blind I'j I It.f
ticket window ysu s.
Trowell is a sister-in-law of Miners SO choice a personal a ., LniMititr for men nail wniw m: laurlal.rai<; 1he tsc.'\\ .tn ter T.ble CM
each, containing over Matt of room of the freight depot) has been ;, terioks 'y. Mineralogy and Bioiyjryral larg+> museumand shops; .1-tin
Senator Quay, Pennsylvania
Trowell! of this alks. 1IrJ..1I 1" ". lImall I\.nl1. LIGIITPLA
city. budded and oyer111 orange removed from the center "f that tlmats.Irtric tot'flfo. .to'alll h"at.'IIWllt n p.t EI.ECTRIC
pecans United
II time .. .
and was at one cioull"ampao. For Rentals see Norman S. Day trees-many of them in bearing, States Senator to Germany. They building to the south end near the l..tut,-. star Is-turt'rlalmis! ., t'liri-tian and not -arbltiif. Tiei.l I.i.> .tti<,ti i i j. T11111
All for 41MN) on offices It i is now constructed: oftpeu ,1 and the Io.\
well. :: U-nntital: amid Walthfu! -xrii.arv
. ton Real Estate Agency, W. H. Ed- with good to E. N'. Waidron. \Miami lattice work instead:. of being I'r rtt'm'a'' ... N ;. .' f-".1.! .; .1..1 li-if.-i, sti; -ti 'mete--tt.-| I I'r; i i.Vnt'

mond on, Manager, first: door south : easy terms. Apply 20-4 perfectly! tight a- heretuf ref I LIMOLA HLLL Ph. U. Lilt U.. L.'l.U. leL\M Ito
of postoffice. tf .


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"' BUSINESS' AMD "P'R ffS'S SIONAL) (' A An With DOUBLE automobll a bunted INTENDER.wheel 4 Cnertdan PLAYS Simpson..tarrinR AND-PLAYERS.In "Tb.I :.11111919 Legal Notices s:: I 11U i;r Ask Mr. Foster r

Went Into a f arag. for quick repair I Red Feather." bas made such a 8UCCt"1 with a :...........19191.191.191 '

And the chauffeur. balked that her manager Is negotiating Dissolution Notice. what accommodations are available atthehoteU.
In MJ pro>ct.. talked well known librettist and composer to MR. FOSTER knows

c. C. B01IANNON! ; ;: ; ; i ntz.gerakl' & Oates I : Ai a tinker But Full the Ot talks rtlhtf'Ou great when machine.a epleen.tinker iwean she write will a again new opera be Hen for In her.tights.In .which The heretofore partnership existing in the and sawmill conducted businesa 4 4 obtain and will descriptive engage rooms printed for you matter in advance.and personal At Mr information Foster's office concerning you CM

Ana of gratitude by Its cure Inspired. Statistical research by the" executive under the firm name and style of F. F. : these and other resorts along the homeward way.
r !Physician and Surgeon 1 1t Attorneys at I Said at once to each. staff of the Manhattan theater. New Smith Jk: Co., is hereby mutually dis- 4 4soh'ed Beach. Magnolia Spnngs. Savannah.
To the skillful leech W. H. Gove retiring. Atlantic
S. H. and 4
' Special Attention to Examining andPerfecting < "Tou make York reveals the fact that fully twice SummervHle.Camden. Augusta.
Atwood Pharmacy the iwearinc
Office over the I i And All accounts previous to that date are : Charleston.
Land Titles. I tired'" as men have beenSere Aiken.
me t many women Go and they .
the Messrs. >e
Beach street Daytona Fla. : LJpplncotfi Magazine t started inClotbes. payable to 4 Columbia.
Grace George
since before that XewiHenderson .
will all bills contracted: 4 Chase City. Xewport
74. Conrad Block, DAYTOXA, FLA.L 1IIin pay Pinehurst. .
Telephone A possible! explanation date." F. F. SMITH 4 Comfort. jj;,.
. .,. to Brldar.He ; Old Port
the nam S. H. COVEW. : Richmond.
l-l-t-t--S-f: I- ': \ l".ryl'.I..ndl. Ken Kt.hPhysician i I Mary Marble, who supports Little A. GOVE. 4 Virginia Beach. Jamestown Exposition. Asheville:

.. .. l i \. Green bor
J. I Chip In Joseph M Gapes Cne production Daytona Ha., )ct. 7,1)07.sorlCE. : Hot Spring, Va Luray.

and Surgeon.LAND1S} & IIS11 I I of Julian )lItch..U'Wonderland.." Flat Rock. Sapphire Country. BaltimorePbiladelpL

has become such a favorite with the" : ChattanoogaCincinnati. .
Attorneys at 1 Law Tryon.Atlanta..
f Special attention (hen to Electro I ladles of the south that she bas been I New YorkFrenchLickSprings.
Practicing all sad Fedrrat member of the The people of Daytona, Florida are
and Mechano-Therapcutics. J elected\ an honorary : Boston
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1:7: SJo. Kldjewood\ Axe. lloursnc.rrtutaiirntl.; "n. !? c1Utarll\Urs Daughters of the Confederacy at Augusta. hereby notified that on and after Nov. I
5-10:30: and 1330. Phone: S:>. for In.e-ttpaHng.n.t l'rf""tlng titl"<- usThomas 4th 1907 the wages of the painters of I St. Louis. Washington.
IVUiul. Klorldn. Loc'al rnion Xo. lOSS Brotherhood of I Atlantic City.
__ ,_ ___ IL W Ryl y bus finished thecast : Painters, Decorators and Paper Hangers : Kansas City.

r, Dr.ttV'0od & -* .,. Su..rt Fgtotd BIT for '"Tb Belle of Mayfnlr." which of America will bf f350 per day of I :Mr: Foster's services are free-no fees are ever asked or ac _J, so .

Rawlinns,1Physicians ,, goes to Daly's theater New York, In fight bou Signed : in doubt YOU BETTER ASK MR. FOSTER
Surgeons STI 1 tti.1111 HI.Y I 't a few days, by engaging for the principal G. H. HOLLAND. Rec. Sec. I when you are

I ,,L ., feminine part Miss Christ! Me HEm SCHRAG. Fin. Sec. I HE PROBABLY KNOWS
try Dr. Atwood' office Xo. 2 South Litll'1'l'I's i: Donald. This Is! the character that was ; CHARLES KOST, Pres. :

Ridge wood. played by Miss Edna May In London I. -- -
OtLce next door to flank Kuildu.( I Mr. Foster's offices are at the Sign f.f the ';>""*"*
Dr. Rawliag'a office over I before her resignation.! Dissolution Notice. :
It i\ land llorida. I
drug store, Beach street. I __ I I I The partnership business heretofore : tion Mark in
__ I I iE SHORT STORIES. I carried on under the firm name of ,the I
TITL1I 1 : l\SfKI 1 Electrical has ,Iran' :
tJ I' Daytona Company
C. L. STI \\'HT :' i. + Half the negroes In the United Statesare dissolved by mutual consentAll I Jacksonville.Palm St. Augustine.

\"ulu>K l'uunt.tra". !It" -, I I I II under 19 i years of age. accounts due said firm are payable I

J! Physician and Surgeon and Tilde lu..uruII" <. ...t..Ii I I I'I'I I o I I The postofflce has a profit of Sl .()." to J. B. Garrison and all claims against : Beach, Miami.
I I said firm will br paid by him. lie will .
t attention to disea's ">f the | ..tb.tra.N.tural.h.rl 1"J a year through unclaimed money orders ;
: << Ear: : Throat and Xo.-e. Office $it'\J.I.II.r; ; :iM..7:,':I-.I( : ;:. I I ''f E -Foni of bridge also assume and complete .all previous I Havana, Cuba. Washington, D. C.
in firm
the :
ft I.residence No. 101 Magnolia <-.T- ..... ..0\1 -,..... ... ,.... t I: : he-\wtully. The number of murder and homicides contracts name.DaUona i
I Sept. 26,1907.JAS. '
telephone S:2.: Rant' 1..1..1. P1.& : 1 He Po ;you know I always; think decreased :'Ol\) In the United I B. GARRISON: I" During the JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION .}rr. Foster wui bare aa

-. -d''I there's lomethIngTantlnlt In people States! during the last ten years. ; K. D. T."YLOR. : INFORMATION OFFICE in the lobby of Hotel! at Old

1 G.hLch i 1). 1 D. is.; C. %\. I K'o.t l ll lCivil : : who don't 1'Iay-l'unch. There have been over 8200 vUltors Point Comfort.
I : I to the Longfellow home In Portland. :Notice of Oarnbhmeat.i i :

.. Physician and Surgeon I l.ngiiuvts: r \I Ipt ''I i Lose \\ Ill Find a Way. I Me. this! season against 1"; 1In VMS.A I the)1)
\ I : i The beautiful girl tiptoed Into the H. the Natalie BMckirson ; In Court of Justice of
Maine schooner'
!:\ tlatattf'utlout'hf'nh) 1.1,..-..*. v4 I.1YTO\t: aui : !I brarr.. where her father was reading of Boothoay Harbor :Me. Peace, Eighth I llstrict, iu'. The climate of the East Coast of Jl0rl4L': a
the Ejre and Kitting i>f dlaiv. t 7so. Udkt'fl.. \11.\\11.: fI.i ..\. I I I the fiHTtlng' page and nursing a gouty I and fur Y"IIIiliunty
line: In the mackerel fishery
was high Y. Stillman than that of
KUgewtHxl, phone :Sx Offlo* hour i; 'I I foot is nearer perfection : toy
: I this with a stock of $13.80O. .- Plaintiff
to 1.00: p. m.,av: to !oar p. mP ".L\' Otlic'e E.ct.\'d I,;;; season gross
i "He h has father. she fal
i .\\TO\4. KI_\. I I : come, the crew sharing S245: ; I ys other place on earth. 4f

!' II' : I tered.Who I Three lives\ bare btu saved by I .\. Williamson
: has come? roared the old !geo i Defendant.
S. II. UA1 J means of a device Invented by a Swedish .
Daytona I Private Hospital I tleman. "j S. W. Duncan, Garniahee

and Sanit..uilllnrd1ill'Ct. lIih.krUti t: "Wby. Claude." l woman named UnIt for preventing I To .\. Williamson, defen ent, and all
people from being burled alive It WM
i 'What: Didn't he promise never to others whom it may concern
I', and Eye care yfaetltpforIh.of nnxllcal Sr eurghalcawLOntri1ctol' I: cross my threshold' again?** applied! to 2.: tl supposed cori-se : Your are Ittnby notified that a Writ toit
Electrical appliances. traln<'\l D ur..-.. I In Johannesburg south .Africa the of Garnishment has been i issued in the
quirt surrounding-- !n Residence andoflkrd northeast cvr- I "He-h didn't cross your threshold, 1! m
abuse and that
agent of the Bible society! were last cause your property
gtwntoallpatlenu ermsen.pplt- anJoiuia i\- : pa He stepped through the trapdoor
: ncr KidgewcHHl : the bands of S. W. Duncan has been : -
latlon. No I: (second : year asked to supply >fifty-thre differi '" garnisheed
A. KL''l'1alld 1C HOW E. 1'honeSJ. D \.tNl.1 Hi. on the roof You see he cam In hlalr I i translations of In ; and that unless you appear before -
ent therll.tur..lI.
PhyatclsnsIn fbargr. : hlp."-Boston Tranvripti | said court on or before the fourth
I only one case, that of an Icelander did
day November, A. D. HJ07, judgment
It' DR..1ti'. :\. GO\'I:i' Halifax .'\us c House i : Powerful Toad. I they fall to produce the desired. tran by default will be entered against you. I

Slips'' of the tongue often frame i ecullar latlon. _.. I! FITZGERALD Jt OATES,
-- ---
t: Dentist : GeorgeYay f| ; sentences when the transpositionof 1! Attorneys for Plaintiff .
EDITORIAL FLINGS. i Dated this CHtubrr 2. A. D.. 1001 ;-.
i the first letters of words
I 1 The t'Mlillnt place in the Mat' to oeears. i i
i'' ** i The training ship St. Mary's bad left !, 1- 11
l'iuwl'il.l1os to Kent Fun-
llnlrr: vrner uidk"'K.Hi ana \"iuP110XE < Luy of
: Perhaps the aduet lu the price
of her sister of uil1011
I in:. Repairing and IM h hig! t I.\ a t on one one of the boys had been down a to w Ish shoes Is due to the abolition vt railroad :Notke of Garnishment.In V ,'r ,

Stf ,! skilled workman.t)1 \ 1 the young sailor "bon voyag" In 1! I'8I<-Atlanta", Constitution.\ Court of Justice of the'

I I describing the departure of the good : Baltimore Is teoomliig! such a candy Peace<< Eighth District in

hlp! later she Intended to say The : center that you cau bear the chocolate and for \'.Jusia t fountv Kla.S '
? r. II. IlOlVillTON: LESSONS IN llIH\\\\.I W. I'arridl.Plaintiff.
shV81! to'out by a ng and drop at almost any bvur -Baltimore .

t George kept waving In the bow. but Sun
1U a Uiuli" t to.- i : j '
-uJ&bi. %
I >L'ntist Luowltdgt 1 "f tiie \'rm.:., :.aqU .t.J t. her words were the"e. The ship wastugged i ii The raising: ut salaries ut Vale U"l'rott'.r A Williatiie'n s. %

out by a toad and .tcvrge wept : !! nearly wu a poor wltb football Defendant.S. i
and has traveled abro.i'J!
OHVf: Suite 4, Optra HOUMlilo' ,'I. i cavlnij' !In the bow "-Army and Navy coaches In Income :New York U'. Duncan Ganiiahee

ther informati aii '". -.> > i Itd'\ J t Life i World. To .,. \\ illiamson, Defendent and all fejefe-

PHbne 32 .1" '. Llol.t.'tJa. F'.. t It I U, all wry well for )Ir. Rockefeller others thorn it may concern: '

t II lB.i ......;. .......................... t : Let.' .|iaut M the tijiresH. l'\e ,i| his income Mr Rockefeller couldnt Garnishment! has been issued in the v

been chasing a rote tender !little antelope I do anything else! with hi*.-Cincinnati I above cause, and that your property in
i i i the hands of S. W. Duncan has been ui tics fknes Orange Corey PI f.eappls ?iastatlsyC.n.nt
for hour 1'1J It I I Commercial Tribune
aa or more
pass garnisheed: and that unless you appear Cane ui TfgttekU Fans of tat rMitrf trikitary V
hy heiev'"No j Just to >roi* how slow: the world is
before said court on or before the fourth
..w.......................I.... .................99N ," replied! the ltoo. Ikkln hU i to learn It Is only necessary to cite" tbe day \o\ciuber, A. D., TJ07, judgment LDIAJ RITEB, LAKE TTOBTU and BISQT3E)<

hops contentedly. 1t didn't! pace here" fact that rich men continue to S:. by default ill be entered against art rcacWJ fr. Iackav1U via ti.

I'hJadelph'a Press.! thinking they can abut out both their }.'U. IITZGERALD: OATES. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY.r

To the Jamestown nvia |I heir and the lawyers from lartlcipa-l Attorney for Plaintiff

i Exposition Different Kind. ,: Dots !lu their fortunen Lo*> Angela Dated this I Mol-er :2, .V. D., 1907rirt .

Most actvrs admire Shakespeare Times.C .
'Scue" do," answered\ Mr Stormington I i
I -tub. (...t. 5, last pub. XO:3.:L I
Paraci. 'X'thtrs are" ti-o busy; I C AND POINT.
:Notice: to :Non-Resident.
thinking cf how Shakespeare would

R. Atlantic Coast Line. admIre! them !If ho could only see them 111 ufaltieueea encourages lylDi. In Circuit Cuurt, Se\entli C.n.spjof

do .. Judicial Circuit of Honda A
h'!" play.-Wa hin t U
To lacks!
say a man tact a Polite .
in and for Yolusi.t County
--- : of saying b... Is Impollu.Considering .
I way Florula. In C.Chai.rv ? beutifkl Wk,"East Caa .f FUrM ",Vnt aua at .
, EDITORIAL FLINGSVu bow ivi-u'ar: It Is, "I forgot" H. II. Str.aher
\'oorleaU over Florida kv the Atlantic Cat Lo 1 nv. I'i ""i !o j P 1usiu riortia u4 .lfc r Ufsnutioa, UdrcMJ.
} I Is a mlgbty poor "'xcu e..Uubltloa y9Jeunie

I FolJrr" fv'r schedules to the JaiWbUw\u Kipetition.Two 4 ( ,e to think of it. wtnTf jix the .it Is a funny tKcg It makes B. Adams and T .B.FiXIOTT, J.r. ItCKWITH, J.D. 11H5I1,
1 ) Ihe 1 a Gq awpr, 4.rr r.a.
Elsie B. Millan
: suritice: .;iits that thrv.l x..ti si :1 some people: rich and others poor.
i i daily trains each utl hillman .. To Jennie B. Adams and Elsie B. Milluni 6?. dGCSTLtE, FLA. '
way > tkrcagfa bu'k u" 'p-i two years ago'New" York :MJI! row people I lore to gossip! and buy *
ou are hereby to
required to
Tire opposition of Hetty tlrero to the" :' they do hate to be pinned down when appear
i ing cars. the Bill of Complaint filed herein against
tni-ts Is tot likely to take the form of I u\'lIuQnt'tl (
: >ou in the abme. entitled cause on or

i{ max>n, si\ty dav* and fif tooa fejs lit eseufeion: tit kt 1.> n II largo!, vKvnatioos to fidit tbriii M I When youi' > up to a crowd and the t before the 2nd d.ay of 1Jt.c*mbt>r. A. D.

IA'u;s l'l>8t.Itt..rat.h. ',, nan who !I..s talking .t 'l'*. that's a e'.gu IW:. The l..ntA..ns GaiKte-.Nefts is

1 r sale: duiK from 'April lath to NOT. 30lk at kwr ratw" (.', a. i''i t'\- War may tie" the greater bet Uf\t to you'r\ net w anted ttere.: hereby designated as the newspaper in
which this order shall
, it at !'east there is w game: m the Petit It; a w aUflow. Uft up aadcUacf be J published
l | oursious: at very low) rates. : world lake the great game vt IH.IHH; *. i' .>[.ie may true on you for a \*'\*-itn Leek for hand eight cnsecuthe' weeks.
<: >s! my and sal of oticthii (
i 1 :New York KtaiBg MUIIi tlubut they will soon learn to keep ?rid day .,l October: .\. D. 1H07. EXPRCSS

t t'r| rates, Pullman re-en at io )s an l all tetailut l in', : -,.e'.- n l...vtvM baTe dtstwered" that full ', out of your w 3!. ?AM'L. D. JORDAN Clerk .d 1V f(
;' 1 j ( write ur call on I utan ewpiuyers bare been patting for, Whrn a little\ girl imiijv ln-r doll for r1TZ'.;KK.\LD ..t. O_\TE' >, \ IS) list? PREPAID
4 uiakkiyJ; In the mil:. Lt tIe In- you It U a compliment! but when she viliitur for ( (.m plains].
ojtxtiwu gi ua uutll weHIt what hi! a grown woman and names her baby;

FRANK C. t they pnt in the ham uDdwl.-bri. for you there may be another motive IB r .
BOYLSTO.N', ('hampalgn Newa.PICTURE. oout'o.'t1un.teb"oIJ: Globe :Notke to :NonkesiJsntIn
P ,
Circuit Court of the -:, ,
DUtrut. Tasenyeritnt. Atbuti. i'av: I :' DON'TS. I I HOME NOTES.A 'nth Judicial Circuit of _': C 5ItIB

Hurkla. in and for VoiusiaCouaty ,.
} t J.\\\ K I \ I I.ll:. rlMttttfttittttiatiit 1.i 1.\ In Chancery Dote
have A \ strung hU.It water a ad
I'ou't :a more promiueut
.*...... .....- | ...........NM..I than ph ttre.lku't alum tbrowu oa a burning vbject will HII r> I l'i"lgra.> t'oiuptaiB&nt,'I Actn iii
j I I ffevJlly eitlu :ulsi the flames. ,1 DrLtvfREOM
iltM-imiba Pit-
attempt to give lwrspeettre 1 gras, Dff't I i Dnurcc I
Weak .v1l.;..tuJI.Or a pua ammonia will To ilhelnuoa 5''
wth a Hat fra& Piep grs. A the City of J '
a ." iruf > i $ 12Q9

..................................................... life from sabjvct I i cepkctel* tu the!: fine (l'Qe: .< where dust has *i yu New are hereby York required to appear to I

lu't select a fras e that dues that tl... bill of fired:
I I \\"bdl the nickel steep 1 complaint aghast you
ou jvur ntnjf!
: Larmvalze "Ith subject in UN above entitled CHAS.
cause at the BLUM &
brccoue dull ant J Kvlwrvd take a COMPANY i
Itvu't get a frame that U lx large Clerk office of the Circuit Court for : :
i Now is the time : cloth saturated w :tn carbvn nip aaJ tn e!,
to visitthe the V\enth
for lie cf picture vr one that U tiviVa't Circuit of the .\ ..E.CI'AliSTHREWIM.. ,
Jm.l U.j spots will diMippt-a' as ;If by magic stale of Honda at LeLand Florida.

: I The woven wire mattresses used l lbedsteads iu on Mor.dav, the l Ixth dad of Noember! Blue Ribbon Beer
put an oval frame (I a apicture .hare and Lewis
are at to wear the material 1 1911, and to defend said suit according 66hiskeyj
: nor a frame on one that ;;
: of UK hair mattress, ", abate Into hales l to the rules and practice' this Courtotherwise 'n.; f._ r I', ,'t" LIst
: Is
oral 'I To rreveat this' spread sheets!: or strong said; bln11 ill.) in due course f I 1' p:: \ ', I L$ ru t
z : :: Pont use a wide frame with a ...deI be taken a.* confessed.It .
brown paper I between the two pinning .............. ---
mat nor a narrow frame with a nar the tbat !It is further 'ordered that this urdtrbe ........ ........ ........ ........ ..N
or tyln" at wrc rs !'o WAY
row mat ,! published u ith as little delay as may ben
JamestownExposition. j. : not wrltile out of piece.
t --- the Papa'na UaieUe-.News, published j i MALLORY !

: FACTS FROM FRANCE. \ ai Du>t<.ca. Florida, once a week for
: 'I four cois cutiNe weelu and that twen .
Loss aides for thtober.A. ty dabs from the making of this order
i : The majority of the pawnbrokers: ia : M. 1'. )1. copy of the same be posted :at the door a : LINES 1

j. the French government pawnshops are Oct I..... .. ......... .. ':H 9,1: 'A the Court House (\\rfusia C,unty .

? : WvD.lftl. Oct 2........ ... .... ... ...... f.B 9.3', aDd that another copy be sent by mail : SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS
to the dtfendait. Wdbt'lmaaa
The Piepgras,
: ue e1 laid has sgaiuivluiar beeeee j Oct ............................. 10:4 I directed: to .:F-r at Broi khn, .##
: ) Kings
4. :in I'ans. The excuse 18h Oct I.. ..... ............. .. J 100 11.. ('Qunte" Vr;.. ) : !!!,! STEAMSHIPS.

I Ih -- .. ::. th.&t:1 inwntnZa few. pinches a day will prevent I Oct: .L... ......... .. .. ....ll. . Dc>nt j.j.i '!'ruei; u it < :naaibers= at l arerst &DJ most thorou biy tuippvd' passenger ,, ..... .. 'he

The Fran.ii ("t ...... .. ..... :, .1:! :'.t Tituj.i.e;; J1. riu... -v:.* itb dav ofO" .'oa t.
.: new : cabinet U a rather r<- \ !Im7 I: NO OVERCROWDING,
remarkabe Instance of what JoarsaJ- Cict! :'._.... ...1230 1 I 11 MINOR ?. JONE STATEROOMS -
I. :: Important ARE POITIHL"\ 1.j. I :; : i.tDtbtt : :
:: !ism may Teal to. Of the ike B aataisters Oct S. ...... ... .. 1:9: I..).; ..ige'. I.r. ...t Court: SetentIc tb\ol'o" ae DO tkkets .1..J. ,

r i Take the :, who: compose it no fewer tim Oct 9. ... .. .H.... .! 3.s : : ,+. ( ::Cl..t ;cf: Florda.ihis : number of ..*rtbon' or the snipe eeatiog- ; capacity. of will Dmiug U -H. : n. :

.: eight!; have been regular writers tor the! Ort 10... . ... Z'O 3.: curing all' J>as.rngen indiyFlual srrvire and aeaon
., I'Ilures...... 'l. te:: the : Buggy Our IiV LNoLRS LE.\\'E '
aeacean. seea3 Oct 11 .. 3:31: 411Ott J.CK'ILLE EVERY; 1 HL .'" 1re '
n:: !> been pe Saps the" toast ex ; Price K0blf/ ra Florida Titres-[
? D."I:
f I 1' IJ.j $5022du < itt VXT, R.UEs ; .
tensice! cottr.buter. TO NE11' TORT; A DLL 1'1\1' ,! ,Iii I'ti.
f \t 13........ -. IJllet :- In.ludinR dt'Jacbtful1.J.YL16HT:

r rf SEABOARD Air line R FACTS FROM! FRANCE.fnore i 1" '- U ... tt 1- ;: : t UlOl" "sE lSL.INPS.stL: b roUt(h t .' :

RailwayThe 1 -\t: 1 n 73'.. s 3Oct ... S Through tlCk..t I sold to ell Northern f'O.iDtl'. For '1. '. .t ..D :
are uo less thai 1S re.Bldfl. J'togarJ1D1t aUra.. .
I'k) :. ; nn ntho-r !1Dt>; dlli.r&I" .. .' r,!. .
:: to tie! acre :.a Paris: i tieletd: ciapply toaeo9enlby
I At I:'. 3Z) i i"'.. ': =
.t. :
la Pari. j japartments 4cgs F. Al. I E.
: :bt.N are uearly 7-AVsXv' IRONMONGER .. ,
Oct IS ..10.x! : : a' Jr. : .i H...
t :
or lodgings which rent farVs : te.itafIGeperal Ja.. .. I-
: k nv.V!
: than $1(\. a year and about: 17.d."\) t t19. .. 1I.4; Agent ;
Popular Line. i: N'w'ch Oct ... :n.!isouran :...... :;::0:.: Local.\gt>ut. 1.IaytoDa. Fa.; :
bring. Jx't o + or more. 20. .LO; :: JJ prrwr bq.,. ILa. .... : .
-i ied, m..4 ; ....ceiN ..... cba ....................e.e.....
French rt.'Uturlttt: have ppreotly Oct :1... .. .. ". l: 3l 1 1 a: Lce N.nd+s. &1..1>1"bod"' ca Iea&.bv. QP

: :, : Itfoa: very succe* f : of tat. la raisu i Oct n... 1.33 .: ':; +Br twedMatasd.w't r" green or'batk New: TOrk"p 'SJ red buck: tea;.., . .
.; .i-arf trre and .nth 4ot rf braced temp '" . *
one *f tk feattihs tot 23...... :13 :.43 tha.'t at Li&dir the iob r tea *

: }Pullmau ieenation> ami t other infoimatioii of ... of disaer parties amoci: the rica : Oct 2-1. .. .Uo 1.:3 s*trs.. would')0. be we DleaMd carry a to ccfBpkta aa-e ice bM wnte*t u.tot 9e1aicl
:.ow .i t"> serve the :fruit: upon t3* tree rw a.!: aa.t wi caaq- tTincfsaaeaJeJ M Daytona Ice +]
Oct :u...... 3.30-IA; a4' : Company
Ia.e upon. &adaIItOr-.1 pda ps ajvK W.
Mtfwret a c"1':1... f I
j : S. l' : sans Oct :6....._.. 410 4.43 .dla it to yea Ult.el'ftt' ,
CBOYLSTON.I 1'.. A. (i. T. \. '.:.T. ..wa.1Jowub mat. 1..auher : 1 iat drop u. petal card sad ask for b..m
Oct 21......... -10 5'31 : PURE
a:&tre s cosipUiaM: that the laaycaj: j ICE

S .''aok...onville. Fla.rTVirtoIl' : ast' vsrveJ with the! void; chk-k..a at a Oct S. 6:0.: Anderson Hardware Co. +

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