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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Place of Publication:
Daytona Fla
Edward Fitzgerald
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November 2, 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.. 11)), No. 23 Qoct Enr"m.9Reac"nAIiClaim. Daytona, Florida, Saturday, November 2, 1907. nett Advertbiaa!..... ....Med... ,. Dotllnoan4lVlclnlt,. Race 5 Cents

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i are putting out new bargains every day *on .: JAMES RIX Manager. :
our Bargain Table in the line of Remnants of Dress r. r. n YOURS FOR? M fc fc :. Carriages.Surreys, Phaetons, Top Buggies .
Goods Ribbons Popular Da>Ionian to Make the Race ... Indications Are That Entry List Will :: and Rubber Tire Runabouts. :
Laces Embroideries Soil-
Busses! meet all trains. Baggage Hauled. .
; | ed Goods, Patterns, Skirts, Shirtwaist Suits, Hats, For Sheriff.-Has Many Friendsin Be Very Large.-Dealers Are :.. carrtagePaintshoplnconnection.Phonel .

I Etc., Etc.. and we invite you to look them over for Volusia County. Daytona Men in All Walks of Life. Going After Records. ', ::.........1.11.11111....................d..............::
I there may be !something you need among them, and Candidates for the various offices Answer Question.-Most of Them :So; universal i is* the recognition of IOrmolllIJi.tona j =
: will save you money. : are already l inning to let their 1 Satisfied With Present Calling. ) beach, as the hest j 14...............1....................................
lights shine from behind their half I What would you rather have than: racing course in all the world, .that :

| The Peck-Hendricks l Company. I bushels. The office sheriff seemsto I your present job? utriinobilists have demanded a I : IE COASt L GARDINER cOil
:.................................................... excite the most interest just at j I Did you ever wish that you were tournament .this year. i 14 4 .
.; ------ -- - -- -- present. Sheriff Turner has announced I I III someone f'I St'* shoes I ? .Arrangement rapidly progres- ..
..................................................... that he will not lx a candidate Of course, many do. That's Iii!- sung, and with March practically :
}before next \'('ar'primary and I i Iman.I ided nion as the month in Ie-I' :

i M. ELLA DE VOY CO. : five or six aspirants have already ) Most of the people in Daytona, he tournament will lx held<
officially and unofficially announced however, appear to he satisfied with the promise of entries larger than :. .
: LADIES' HATTERS | The Gazette News takes pleasure in their!! present callings. This i iI is ever and) with professionals and : ..

: Correct in Styles. Personal attention to Fitting.: 'announcing that 1:. L. Smith, the I something unusual, and Daytona amateurs to )be catered to, the world- : Phone 103 Anthony Block, :
: X.i riontli Ism u'It Strwt, Pajtona. JiiYrY I& marshal of Daytona and for seems to possess!' the most contented) famous l beach promises:; to again establish :.. ..
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many years a deputy sheriff has i class of people on earth. new records for other' courses' :
consented to liecome a candidate.Mr. And it's interesting to read the to d<, their best to equal. \: DAYTONA, a a FLORIDA. :
:'i. iii Smith bears an unblemished :, answers to the question propounded F. Ed Spooner of New York, :.11N1.....1.11...
reputation and his friends are legion 1 by the lazette-Xews: to a number of who is in close touch with the automobile :

=Strohm Co. II all over the {'Ount .. He ]has l been a | Daytonians in different walks of life.! world, both, manufacturersand .111111111111..................1....N11....
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: '. -. faithful and efficient officer in the: All are apparently satisfied but drivers, says in }his weekly newsletter :

': i Successors; to past and will without a doubt make five four of them want to be farm- ( to the automobile papers: : i

PECK & FOSTER. a good sheriff. >I ers and one prefers the sawmill business "The demand comes from all over :: CONRAD GROCERY CO.

1 The east side of the county has the countiy for a race at Ormond- :. ..

:! r Family Groceries l s: been favored} with but few offices in >; What do you think'?: Here theyare Daytona[ and! the promotion of :.: (SiKvessor to E. T. Conrad & Co.) :
i the that have had material' tllt'l .
i past any great event is now certain. .
::: c i1 Itrain, Fancy i:;:I perquisites connmted) therewith, .J. L. OJum) Meat market-I am "That the entry list will break all :: Carry Full and Complete i
:: awl Food : and the Garetts-NYws believes that;' satisfied with my present lns"uess.It. I records. is a certainty, as it i is proposed .

;= :: in all fairness the voters in the majority I 1{. T. McFadden] Curio Store 1! I ) to shape matters in such a
is PrNIIIee l rolllK't8 : Line of Plain and Fancy i
"IT'll$ ALL IN TM.E SHREDS" ol the previncts of the county' i prefer to Iw a curio dealer and) sell I way that the 'freals,' which blottedout .. .

yiyullurtnuruuuuuuuu, .uernnuuw.. .. ." .. !mm.lm.I."" Nm'.uuuuw. .. .. .'"mmlt"H will support Mr. Smith. His friends, "' |1108tals. possibilities of sal(155last;; year, :
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..................................................... in great numVrs, hate urged himto ; ()sear Michael I Michael I .\ TitusI will he eliminated. :iOROCERIESi j
become a t'ulllillatt'11I) after!': am entirely satisfied with my pre- "The races will I IK ojn-n\ to cars f

i Bond Lumber Company j carefully studying the situation, he 1'[ cut employment. that: will have to show great sjieed .. : M\

i h derided toast his bread upon W. F. fiille, Druggist I known! for twenty miles or more, and when .: ----0CLOVER -- :
i MANlll'ACTtkKKS OFf 2 tie waters'* and has authorized the 1 nothing that I would prefer to my that speed 1 has been met no car will .: BUTTER. i

ROUGH AND DRESSED Gazette-News h, announce his: decision present business.! ever l he placed i in the catagory of HILL .
P1NI2 AND CYPRESS' LUMBER 11 the of Yolusia .
to \oteis Freaks.
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( Kost, Painter-If I ahouh .
count h'. change occupation would prefer "The races will show grt'at3a
o Lath Shingles, Flooring, Viling, Brick, Lime I"I I I to take up my farming. riety, all classes] of cars I being favored :. The Conrad Grocery Company t.

2 null( C'.lllullt ).11 !tuck. ooice Itall""a" and and\'ard orange: !:eat AT.(.'1.UH.s : 1 Canned His Automobile. (J. W. Hull, Carpenter-Smtild! I with a number of contests.!' I, : K; T. ConraIl A Go's, old stand :

2. MIMM.IkndM111AIanllc'natl.Inrny.IIMImllei.outhofJacteonv'Illr.. I One night la t'cot'k while a I change my occupation would preferto "t>nth amateur and I professional :...................................................:
: Kalainatoo Snnfonl K F:.C!. It). i young professional_ man uf this city I take up farming.G. .drivers will he catered to. --

: Phone 83 R. J. MALBY, Manager. : was enjoying KV cream with T. Neal, Trucker-I have j "Definite announcement of thf'1 .....................................I.....I..ItltMfGroceries >

:..............+....*.........*....*........+...NN : I some lady friends in one of the ] farmed for years and would not care complete plans for the alitolllolilf'1 .
I drug stores, some mischievous lioys 1 to change to anything else.] and motor lioal races in Florida' .. i

tied a tin can to the rear of his: automobile : O. A. Hitch, Heal Estate- I am during the coming winter may lie 1 U ?
:::UI'iiii'ii iii"iiiii' 'iii'iii. 'i..i'iiii,>'iYrViVfViViVi VciViViVfffV iVmViVmiViViViViiVfi//, { creating a frightful racket | satisfied/ with the real estate business. expected within a few days : : 0
: A. I). HcUUIDC f. N.(' )!\oIlAD .
when the young man started down It suits me all right.S. "America may sea a great automobile i
1'resiJent Cuhwr
; street with his machine. With an II. Moseley, Hotel Man-I I am : circuit for Wo.) The arrangement .
BANK ear alert for unusual sounds about < satisfied with the hotel business and I of the events fur 11MIS! is NOW YOU ARE TALKING! :
MERCHANTS the auto, it miiht have l>een ner\e'I'II know of nothing I would 1 prefer to ,attracting a great deal of attention. .
=: 'Hr.n-h Vnlu.1 County Bank) :: racking' until he co\ercd the real I:, it. "Ormond-Daytona has been j That's Business. !
: ''-'apltal 8ith.... ....... .. ......................$ 5000.,< ) ) ': Located'as practically My
I cause of the noise! and was relievedof E. L. Bond, Contractor arranged for March, and) in
.. IVrwiial Lial/dity............. .......... ............... ]()OJIO), () i... I .
: the fear that the axle had turned | I am in Daytona I am satisfied April the stripped stock touring car U I take pleasure in railing for your order and :
j; Transacts a (ieneral Banking; Business. or the king pin had. slipped a -og. with present employment but really II race takes place in Westchester delivering )promptly what you want. My stock :
prefer sawmill business.C. .
L 4 lit.)' ('('nt. I Interest (Compounded (Quarterly I laid on r '- -- county. Following that there may r is always fresh and fine and your trade will :
1 Savings Accounts. Tax Books Now; Open. C. Barnes, Novelty :StoreDon't l he a race in Colorado] for Denver U l IIf' highly appreciated I and well taken rare of. :

The tax liooks will be open November |! know that I would care to proposes a road} which in every wayis N I'honc mo your wants. N
make change. Am well satisfied -
L Safety I) 'iNisit J Ikix for Kent' .: 1 1st. Carry a porket) full of: a with my present very business.II. excellent for a contest l between .

:::!uuuu.. ..I .I.I.I !I..I.I..wmw. >>m.I .I.1! 'ym.m."mmmmmmm1Hmmlh /. money with you when you go to py' cars of the regulation models. i
II. Mills Mill Transfer-
your taxes, and rememl that the "Then California. Tile Golden: ,
., I have trieJ various occupations and I .
collector: neither levied I the tax nor know of nothing that would suit me fate! ]has proposed for a long time .

h \assessed;; your l'rollt' >rt,).. All that he :; better than my present business. to present a trophy and I dealers of 1 The North Beach st. Grocer. :
can do is to collect' the tax. The California would} ) like nothing letter .
U II. Howe, L. II. Hone .. Co"JewE'lers1 ,
Norman S. Dayton I law makers are responsible! for the I would not change from than two races, one for the northern Telephone No. 19. :

levy and the assessor placed the' preference. So long as I must!: follow part of the state and the other for 1 .1.1.............t...........1.............I.1.I.1.IS
valuation which was approved' I by some business I will stick to the southern j art l*>twen >tork

, Plans Estimates the county commississioners, and my present trade. models. i'

t they are resjwisihle. .J u-t p.y' Antone Maass, I'ainterIy trade "The makers undoubtedly are '!

your taxes to the collector, get Jour is all right here, but owing to the willing to shape events that contests ;

Superintendence re -eipt, and then cuss the other fellows various poisons used in the manu may !1)*" arranged in any part of the j Norman S. Dayton
BntIon't cuss too lon.l on. facture of paint it is very unhealthy; country, and.1 the makers will be .
;l I calling for a man to stick to and 1 _
I.umlxT Yard, Magnolia Avenue and F. E. f'. !Hah.tJ! : the street or the mayor might make ; would prefer farming in one of the more t than willing to prepare cars I)

l.Val]: l-'statcoH'i.-p: I Ibtd.fc.r south of |nhtofiTn'e. V. II. KI>- another assessment on you for violating \ ., middle or western states. for !\h.k car contests ami semi them !

IN"S() ( )IX, Manager. Daytona, Ri. 1'liones!' office, yard the town ordinance.. New through a I i! LUMBER.
and residence.! Smyrna I'ree/e. Should Not Abandon Bridge. i I II

i At the October meeting of the The Daytuna Choral I Society: j Yard, Magnolia Avenue and !F. I... C'. Railway. Also

I Cle\eland-Daytons-Cuba. Board of County Commisioners the has teen reorgani/ed under the ;; Plans, Intimates: and Superintcndence. Heal Estate office"

The Ga/ette-Xews has just:: received attorneys of the l hoard.l'rE'instru<'la leadership of F. S. Sheppard, mnoi-1 i j| 1st _door south. ..r )!l'. t >. W. II. r.DMOXDSOX, Manager,
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........t. .e+< : notice from I n. Colver H.I).t"nt. Fl"rideI'bont I s at office yard) and residence.
: J Jay '. ed to notify Knot .\ Heed, of Bulow, cal director.} Those wishing t I.> !1.-1!
WtlfiN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING i. General Passenger Agent of t the Big i '! and the F. E. C'. P'tih'atllat the come members of. the society will
Four with headquarters at Cleveland -:.county could not maintain the drawbridge please apply to him at the rectory'of
getting ( ahlllii't'.llron Tank a new Tin Rod, a Hot Air Furnace, j jorany
that his grand I annual special l ,,: over Smith Creek and I that St. Mary's Episcopal!' : Church.
,.f the other metal nwt'sMties! required to complete modern f'I
; (one night out I train will leave\; unless said parties would maintain Orange and Ridgewond avenues

j dwelling remember that : Cleveland, Ohio, for Cuba by way said draw at their own expense the City Hold.

: : of Augustine ThlJtona and.) Palm Ixiard would remote t the bridge.As Soap Bubble Party.

i C. NASH I I ; For twenty-one years, this noted the bridge and so far have kept it Sunbeam OPEN All THE YEARiLEITRIL
the Society with a .
DAYTONA. FLA. J soap s r .
j; I special has visited Florida and Cuba. '': up it seems like asking a great deal! bubble party at the Baptist l IJar n-

are l best prepared to give prompt and reliable service at fair prices. i; The train will be entirely composed |: for them to continue the expense of age last Saturday afternoon from r.LECTIUC: LIGHTS.
.. ; of Pullman sleepers, parlor, observation keeping it up and if it is removedit : : UELI.S.
General repair shop tin Yolusia Avenue, next to the Armor, ,)'. ; three until five o'clock about forty Hot and CoM )Uath!
i and two dining tars. Mr. Colver will work a great hardship on the and several t att ,
of the people .
young d Tab-! First-CIa**
1 T Phone 38. Out of town work solicited. i; is the dean of "personallyconducted" people living in the northern part their elders being present and enjoying -

...N...+...+.....+.......N+...1....N.NN........<: tours America, and all who of the county on the coast side. It the pleasant event.
: have traveled under his guidance is the only way they have of getting The children had ( GEO. H. MATTHEWS
........ .......1.......................1............:: know what perfection in travel out and it would certainly} be wrongto time blowing bubbles and a delightful the clay PROPRIETOR.
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a. n. r.\lUtISOX R. P. TAYLOR
..: means. deprive them of their only means I pipes used were carried: away by i
: A close examination of electrical :: Any of our readers, or citizens( who 1 of communication the outside :
I them as souvenirs of the occasion. ............................. .. ....1...N....... f I
: work finished and charged for :: have not seen Havana, and interior 1 worU- except by rowing or ferrying!Games were played and refreshments } ," ar laM Machinery tb Keif. .
: r from this shop lions ho-v squarely -. : and honorably we transact our : I I consisting of sherbet and cake : PORTABLE : I
: excellent opportunity to do so. as When the matter is intelligently'I
: business. Electrical repairs recent : i were served. The parsonage groundswere : )c c t SAW MILL OUTFITS :
: have been made with laid before the board feel
arrangements we sure
special attention. Those 4 'I tastefully decorated and 1 the -"o U
t : da: i e i on tartn. Knilot* :
: : Mr. Colver so that they can join the that that body willresdnd| the action
w ho employ us never worry about I afternoon was a bright and pleasantone and Boilers act: all kinds r-f fn
: v our charges, and they know before : touring party at any of the leading taken at the October meeting II which will long be rE'Joemlr..lwith : ,,,,.,d working machinery and r
engaging us that our workmanship pleasure I ii,) those fortunate : stork! and can make .
will be the best.
: Daytona Electric Co.
.. T.. '. :232? :? South Beach Street. : in time by writing to ;33? Euclid doctor, dentist or other office Inquire supply all v..ur want: in the : AlALSBY\ COMPANY\ 41 ATlANTA 5.utb Foutb, UEOROIA.SSS Street. .: !

.. ....1...........N..................N1..$.....N 1:: avenue. Cleveland, Ohio of J. A Shanks bakery line t. ...S ..........SS..N/....11S6S.0.SS..4S1..

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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAYT. Tort Orange, Oct. 30-Thursday )Ir. Holly Hill, Oct. 31-Miss Carrie Mab-
E. FITZGERALD Editor Dondinville received a telegram informing bett came down from Dulow Saturday Turn

-- -- him of the illness of his daughter, afternoon and returned there Sunday inorder
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Mrs. Kirby, and asking him and Mrs.! to be ready for her school Monday

THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY Dondinville to come to her They left morn in,. An Interesting Account of the Doings t1ft tile Wick

( INCORPORATED ) Friday morning.Mr. j C. Kost, of Daytona has .rented T. of the Soldier Boy While In Campat I

._ and Mrs. Schroder and grandchild WethereU's cottage, corner Daytona
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arrived last week. I and Virginia avenues, and with his Fort DeSoto Near Tampa. |1

Entered at the Post office at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. I Mr. Winn has succeeded in getting: a family will occupy it during the winter. K Halifax Hiflt'tlc.- u l high tj you cazr-tbere.t ao
Company I low **8
----- ------ fine flow of water from the well be ha! I Irs. C. S. Harris returned Friday danger-u u you P *
_' and Regiment, F. S. T., every member -there'i no smelL Tht s
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.One driven for Miss Milburn on Ridgewoodav night from a several weeks visit with I
{'. friends in New York and New Jersey.A hale, hearty and well satisfied,j, p because the smokeless device

copy one year.................................................................-_.....?................$1.:0 Mr. and Mr Cornelius Christiancy number of the little folks arrived home Tuesday afternoojT> o prevent smoke or imdl-
One copy six months..... ......... ...........................................................-....... ..d enjoyed a | that} mean study flow of
One copy three months.........................................._.........._............ ......... .40(j arrived Sunday. pleasant party Saturday afternoon from the annual encampment held ult.. () beat for ounce
Bishop Wm. Crane Gray came Sun- given by Mrs.\ L. EL Cave in celebrationof I Fort : gjowiig every
at DeSoto
near Tampa. of fuel burned n k
ADVERTISING RA TI S. day and preached an eloquent sermon. the fifth anniversary of the birth of !

DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS.Hate He was accompanied by Mr. Sheppard, her son Johnny. Games were" played, I' Company K left Daytona thirty-

per inch per insertion to regular advertisers......... ...-_...._............10 cents the organist from Daytana.J. refreshments partaken of and a good one strong and two OffiC"t'TS'amI arrived -
Hate per inch per insertion for less than three month............_.. .._.........._15 ctnM I.. Pattillo has purchased the time had generally. at Tampa about one o'clock PERFECTIONOil

Rate per inch per insertion! for single insertion..... ............_?.....................30 cents Willis Johnson place and is improving C. Roy Miller who has a talent for in the morning, where arrangements <

READING NOTICES OR LOCAL the appearance of it, music and supplies the same for most of for their had (

Kate per line, each insertion..... ........... .........................._......................... 1J( cents: Miss i Bradley and Miss Dyal si>ent the young folks' gatherings here, has quarters been made at I Heater

RATES FOR CHURCHES:; LODGE*, RTC.E Saturday and Sunday at Oak Hill. II become a member of the choir of St. FYaterity Hall. The company occupied j

E All club, society organization, lodge;, and church notice,
I- I services 5 cents per line. Cards of thanks .*>0 cents each. Revolution"! : centsk ttlenicnt, oneof the biggest&; hearted I A. W. Middleton, who has been occupying and went to the St. Charles Hotel I H

per line. Legal advertising at legal rite" Crackers in the shaking and f for }it just easily a. a 1 lamp.
GENERAL: PROM-IONS.( : county, was the Bunnell house with his family 'or breakfast after which everybody You can carry ft about care as
hands smith friends here Monday. during the absence of his son, is returning aboard the Manatee I Beau oil font holds 4 quarts burning 9 hours. Handsomely finished
No single charge for display: ad\crtbmg of any kind lest than M ccnU. went steamer
Good position given every ad\'crtit> \n e\tr.uhtrgeof :: tents j-r inch \\ II. Bellamy has made arrangements to his own place at Seabreeze. F. bound for the island of in japan and del Every heater warranted.
will be made for ads with specified positionNo special| : IN-S-HIOIH, pitm on It.l to go South and open up a mercantile L. Middleton and family are expected[ encampment !I

less than five inches. business. Mr. Bellamy was one to arrive today or tomorrow. called Mullett Key known as adds cheeriness

No Extra advertisements charge made accepted on display for advertisements the Cr,.t page. containing! an a\raie flf morethan of the most hurtling and accomodating A number of the young jx-ople and Fort DeSoto in military parlance, 'i i The. d'0+ Lamp to the ,long

30 words to the inch. merchants. ever in business here, and the some of the older ones gathered at A. V. arriving at 1.15: ; p. m. winter evenings. Steady

All bills payable on the first of each month.SATURDAY trivchne public regret to know that he Putten'a store Saturday night to enjoya Here the boys found dinner wait- '! brilliant light to read, sew or knit by. Made of
i is: going away. marshmallow roast. .\ fivepouncbox I,
-- ing for them hating been preparedby 1 brass nickel plated, latest improved central draft
: NJ\XM6LK: Z, 1907 From the present outlook Port Orange L Lwill of the confection was broached an I warranted. If yowdeakr cannot
burner. Every lamp
tot Le able to accomodate the ,ish. amid much mirriment the candies were e the .':,0th Company of the I r. S : Perfection Oil Heater or Kayo Lamp'
-- supply
-- --- .,- this winter An unusual number toasted over an open fire. Dancing was Artillery, \\'ast'aten"ithar l- I cffcular.

........................... !, \\ht! n l lie n.ti.herl] lUttoiu Ikaili with l I i of applications! for cottages to rent are indulged in during the evening in the ish. Immediately after, tents ).Musterweie write our nearest agency for descriptive

hip wif-. aoiue two necks fI it<>. and i itMHIII : I t I
f and work .
SEABREEZE and pitched begun
If-r.inic <'MiUnt. to hIS fritniU and for their fiat season. I I for the occasion. Incorporated)

n..ighborthat he- could not get; well. Let the Board of Trade make fumeimrnrdiate Miss Rena Slaughter, who has been Capt. by B. C. torso! (.f the 17thU.

: DAYTONA BEACHSeabreeze : The body wa prepared at the Bingham move towards securing more visiting with )lr. and Mrs.\ K A. liar S Infantry, then took place and -

: .1 \ Mallcj parlor", and shipped to his and larger hotels here--the crying need dm, left Friday for Miami to join he r then supper by our mcooks and ..
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.. ... home, Ann Arbor Mich., for interment I of the place. who have located at that '
.1 ]parents place they were "all to the good.: I'nder ;

Oct. 30-An adjourned i, Mr!'. Clark accompanied the remains Gen I. O. Ges-ner: had as his guest:; .\ number of the friends and neighbor efficient (Quartermaster French, the i .B :
council session held at the city hall north. Kind hands! and sympathetic invitation BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL
was i, Ia. t Sunday his friend. Harry Brown ofrew gathered by Tuesday evening I
( able their share
hearts ministered to )Ir. Clark in were get
:Monday night. A number of bills were York, who is in the State representing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. F
allowed. A communication from C. P. j his List illness, and did what they: could a large steel industry' of the mitch to celebrate the anniversaries of and not once in the camp was a _

Lund In regard to cows being tied in i to comfort the sorrow ing, wife in her north. I, the birth of both Mr. Butch and MrsBatch's \ single meal late or lacking anythingthat ",
I CC.. BOil"\\. 0fitzgcruld: & Gates
the streets was read and ordered tiled, I| great bereavement.The Judge L. 11. Kara, general Mirintcndent | father, Rev. E. W. Huh, win could be procured by the company \
and the marshal was ordered to put a I Misses Apthorj arc located in has is biting them. Mr. mitch stated that and Sur Attorneys at LawOffice
of the bridge company here commander or quartermaster Physician !)ron
Blarney Castle for the winter.
to such Moved and the anniversaries fell the
stop practice. car on same day
I Mr. and Mrs.\ Charles Miller, of New just completed a new approach from I ; and the fact that one other Special Attention to Examinins and
ried that a lien be filed after November I Oct. 29, but that father Rush was somewhat over the Atwood Pharmacy,
first against all property owners that I I I Jersey:: have leased the White House for bridge.the beach This to the is driveway the most across substantial to the I older than he, being sixtynineI company ate their five days rations Beai street, Daytona, Fla Perfecting Land Titles.

have been notified in their the season, and will run it as a first- old while he owned but i iu five meals and then .. .
regard to ate.sainent. piece of work of its kind anywhere | years to thirty some--speaks Telephone I .'-0. 74. Conrad Block, D.\\: TO \, FLA.
Election returns read and i class hotel. Mr. Miller is an experienced The of the
along the beach, and the judge is tit be I seven years. forepart evening for itself that "K" had! no such -- __
I hotel man, and the !noose lo!'c none
Moved and carried
that the in
accepted. of its popularity under his congratulated on the success of his plans was spent listening to a great trouble. Sunday, the next day wasa II.I I II. SI LLL1'I l\ '\ ('ar.II.I..ndl. IJoort Fish
clerk be authorized to forward the ncc- | managementMr. I number of Eidson and Columbia records .
Walter Hawkins, of Jacksonville], was day of rest and after such i
pessary papers to the attorney Mowed and Mrs. Rector, regular winter Bounteous refreshments were providee a trip LANDIS: & HSU

and carried that the committee on law I visitors, have again loosed the Carson I in town Monday mingling with the in the shape of delicious oyster stew, and setting rap tamp the men appreciated Physician and Surgeon.
I )Ir. Hawkins has I I Attorneys at Law
and ordinance be granted further time. I cottage, and are expected: to arrive from orange growers. followed by several kinds: of cake and it.Following. Special attention given to Electrical

ilws\ Dclorcs Harding arrived Sunday the north Thursday bought the larger part of the oranges i in coffee. After all had eaten to repletion, this} advance guard treatment and Mechanical methods. !I Practicing. In all Rule and FederalCourts I
e'1tllorlrltnlnalbusiness<< !
I F.. IV. Holcombc and daughter, Miss this section and H moving them rapidlyto 127 :b<>. Kldgewood Are alh
r night from Washington, D. C., where the phonograph was called for and 1I1J1IT9I.n l earvful attention. Hpeelal farlllilrs
i Juma, arrived from Monteaglc Wednesday I market. and in fact actual war similated for ti-1IJ30; and I.3:n. Phone.". for Inn1I"llnd. perfecting tlil -..
the Las had a delightful: three many more choice selections enjojed : Florida. I IDU.
i k visiting with relatives She 1l10nths'l I and will spend a month, guests of i Mr. and Mrs.( F. W Wilcox arrived until a late hour when the guests departed the next four days followed one after ---:-- --- !

" coded a warm welcome home i I Mr. and Mrs. Goo, 1' Johnson. The y Wednesday from Gref'ncville, S. C., and wishing Rev. Rush and JI r. the other and was thorough instruction I I J. l-1 KAWLINGSPhysician : hallA.ISIe"arl Igtordn/y

many friend: j' were here were two winters ago are domiciled in their cottage on the Blitch many returns of their double an- indeed, and liked, :and enjoyedby STEWAKT! cBLY> i
The friends of Mrs. Mra' McConticll I'I'I j I Mr.\ and Mrs. Hills, of Illinois arrivedj I'I'I River Shore. niv'ersarj. everybody. The main point was

will be pleased to learn that she 'e ill !I j >t week mJ are again located on S 'abreeye i The friends of Mr. and Mis. Jos. londonville I <& Surijeon.} Lawyers i
I that there the of r
was not monotony
spend the winter in Scabrtczc. JUrj'I IlharwiDg I av enuo. Thl< is their second i son here. I The Launch Fly. ; previous militia Dr. It.iwling's office over Gille's: Office next door to Bank
bungalow and grounds on the daughter, Mrs. Kirby, who lives in Kansas I camps I i Building,

river front arc being put in order for her J i! Mrs. Ko:; :.:
home coming. She is expected to ar-i: han been occupying the Gco. P. John- home with her parents, who were m Augustine Wednesday via the i allowed to l he used for drinking purposes i __ __ __ _
rive the latter part of the week. 'j son cottage on the beach, will return I II called to her bedside by telegram 1 last 5TI0I\ \ :i'
and the health of the TITLES: INSURED
The home of J.lJCrcr.mLil' tnd j|I to Orlando Thursday; week. canal, in charge of{ Capt. E. C. men I:. L. : 1 |
wife is receiving a fresh coat of paint at 'I Among the recent arrivals at the Seaside The Tort House understand Allen, of that city, and having "proves that ideal camps can lx had I VoluM.i \hstractID\'f'StmenL,.
Orange we -
I 1)1 i 'sician and
Inn Chas. without the usual sickness Fine ,, Surijeon i and Title Insurance! Company.
the hands of painter John Allen. arc A Lutz and wife, will XOl.",. aboard her owner, L. II Davis) of Jj
Mr. and Mrs.! Erregger bring the in-j j M rs. Ella: Foremen, Louisville; J II. open Orlando and Walter Henry, of St.t shower baths also! contributed' ) pn' Special att -lit ion to diseases of the ,I Abtrart.lundsbrdand. titles i isit.
C. F. has extended bisf'l'mlIt MUDS. Plat and Blue Prints .
Hief-oydcr just -
formation that Mr. and Mrs.\ Bianchi i !'Birrctt, Cincinnati; J, E. IWen, Xr w I : this Lye: Par Throat and :XOMOffice Bert ll hll, "rea;Carey H. Land,
],! London, Conn. walk from the gate to the street Augustine. The party remained and residence :No. 101 Magnolia 1 corner '* c'Jr and Tre < oppinlie Volutla will leave New York for their Seabreeze i)I Mr. t'': and ha* Ibo recently put out St. \ugu... here over night, leaving for Titus- On Friday, Oct. :?tli. the men I Palmetto, lephone/ .s:. I Stank, |M-jinil. Fla. t
home us soon; as Mr. Bianthi n strong t and Mrs Lee Kingston have I _ __ _
I I tine grass in front of his place. J had an opportunity to see the 1 II 1--: -- --- ---
taken vile I
of the Stewart 1I j Thursday from which
enough to take the trip. Mr. Bianchi i I one cottages! !outh t | point
has the best w Uhes of the community of the Seaside Inn for the vrinter. i fort Orange is a delightful place to (lI i the Fly will be shipped by rail 1 01 I inch mortars fired, atjleast; those who (U; A. KLOCKPhysii i I D. l U&C. UOGCRSi: .

for a speedy recovery to health. I Mr*. S L Parker and Mrs. S. Lilt ft !i live ill but a sorry place to die, if ;you i iI Orlando for use on Lake Apopla, in I went near enough to see them. and. ian and Surcjeon"inilal Civil Engineers

. L. T. { Las \ I I arc, of Springfield, Iass., arrive I j expect: to be buried here as the appearance i
Mulky leased of J. \ :Skil-:; Ij' I which locality }Ir. Davis is' I some of the men went into their tents .
t: tun the Roi :moundc Beachtrett I Monday and have two suite of rooms of the cemetery well sLow Something an extensive attention fi\ci, to IUws-ws of D.\YTOXA and
on |
at the Branch ought to be done. Where arc the land owner and has for sometime : I I to get away from the concussion. the t.t.1: "'UIOI..f W"KS9"II, 13'f 1'\0. Otfces I
J\f Daytona and with his hoiuc.Mr. ( MIAMI, FLA.Dajtona .
family expect to I I HIJgr.<..Nl. pb.Mif-: ,. nice hours 1+.-::r.I
1 Parish and of :Xl'York : cemetery trustees': been engaged in developing On Saturday night the
sister '
occupy it fur the coming )'ear. The) enemy I Inim p. m II:>) to ":a> p, in.
will male improvements and open a I who have spent t('\'('ral'illt"T9 her, I| The spirit of cleaning up, painting, Dar l3 instituted a drainage tried to capture our camp and the II."YY..':s.". n... ,! Office Established 1875

i! I boarding house t-omctiine next: month.Clark arc targeted to arrive Saturday and: 1 and beautifying in general, seems more system which} !lowered the levelet of, entire company was called out for -- ------ I

G. will vi-it i with Mrs L: C. Ihllard f or' ill idcnce than usual this fall. I.t I JartOl1iPrh'atc S. I II. GOVH
Smith, his family and \\ife's'btlr ; I lose :
the lake several} f. et awl l ml.iinied extra patrol all over the i island, an.1it 1
t Mrs. J. II. Gahne an feel l frolllFrl1ncl1ia several days Ixfore |ptrmaps ntly loco' i I the good work go un and increase un I j and SanitariumK I
for sal much valuable land was only four minutes from the, Architect Builder and
lug the winter. the mosbacks!
S 11.'Vera! day! ::tince i i even catch the ide y facility for the proper tr<*atnint '
and arc domiciled at their home on Mrs. J. J. Bishop IB having her eot-1.I See' I time that the bugle sounded the !I andcareormedlcalaud Kirctrlcal t:I appllano-n. tralntsl surgcalcascs.nurses Contractor
South tare on live Oak She | : Yacht Club | call to and I inlet !urroundlnif ", iieclal ? I
Valley str.t. r\- The recent piece <>f road building Meeting. anna everyone keeping, H.*n twallpatlfins Term* on attention appli."esiclence I I \ and riRice, northeast cur
The special election lost; :S.:;iturday re- I pats to store part of her furniturer in I.from the river to the depot was exck el-I At the regular meeting of the ; that Co. K I was out on the march, I ,caUn :So 4 'O't'untl: a\'t'. fla.tona. ner Ridgewood I and Volusiaave.pital : .

fcultc-d in the election of Dr. E. 1..Pottc the cottage, and will be detained lou -1 I I !softy dune and adds much to the looks 'I' ;;completely equipped with 1 11
for mayor and J. B Bunch for euuneiliuan. 1- l ing after affairs for a week perhaps Ii K- ': and value of the town, but unfortu- Halifax River Yacht Club Weduese (- I __ __._ ,
The bond 1 issue COIl fore leaving for Miami, where she will 1 I! day night, which was l1nmmallyfell rounds of cartridge (this movement ';
<< carried. id'raLIe untidy the men who did the work have 'I Iil \ :
A. Halifax
I \ GOVI A\usic
{ intl'restas manifest cd,, nd the qcnJRev., the winter \\ith her hu-Land. I. not all la'Cn paid. There isn't a man J I attended!, $1000 f was: appropriatedt was timed )by Lieut-Col. Parkinson. 1 : House

luuhficd \"UtCNere at the polls' : in full Parsons; r 'ix rts an interested i' woman or child In the town who dues n' j j i to deepen and widen the channels to We beat the Miami Company I by I I Dentist I George Wray

fore'e. I audience and good attendance at lJOlhSCT'iCl's travel I Dunlawton avenue to some e J the club house. A harbor master three minutes Friday night Lieu ,;'! The cheapest place in the State
I i to
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. l iggett and little last Sunday. Hu subject Sun- |i trot and all ought to help. Those who < Clark and tilTh',,: ltiroer '
detachment of ItMr..1
will 'I J was also appointed and th' ten men I buy iauo!!. Pianos to Kent. Tune
Jay be "The Common
t sou kav Monday on a v bit to relativeat bins of 11 u- help do everything hack helped here.hen city
manitv.:' Ml to'' council will be asked actually helped capture the enemy, ing, Repairing and Polishing by a
Like Coino, where Mr. Diggett: : will are cordially mvitc-d \\ you travel Dunlaw ton avenue ;i i to confirm the
] I'MONi: y' !' skilled workman.
take his month's vacation in cnjojinentof attend. : congratulate yourself that you IJt'Ipt'fj j I i appointment and make it offit al.I ('I art-onling to the 1". S. Army tIIllI -

the gauiey sport of quail hunting.Mr. News comes of the death of y Ir. : .build the road, if )'''l1ean. || The matter of a public dock wasI pire, outflanking them badly Sat- W
I and Mr. Sprague at his home in New York. Mr.( I" II Li.ssO \
I Rivcnburg have sold M 1 I!I also discussed and it is probable} ;: urday night Capt. .Tibb and Miteen HOUGHTON; SIGLH.'V\\.1
their old home place at Clifford, 1'a. Sprague owned a comfortable winter
i and!t ill be detained north selling hou'- home on the riverfront, and has ina'>j Ormond. ,: that the council will, in the near future ': men took a boat and i inttrated. to'headquarters il I IVlltist Bya lady
friends in the be in such <>f Furl Dad I It"fore knowledge of
hold goods and settling up busmc-s l'omU1unitho errs: nd petitioned] to put a t
(I later than originally intended. to his wife and IImghh'qr'at Minjuthj t' Oitnond, Oct. ;U-Iw-ning; senieCs dock extending from a j Joint on the being discovered Idill--!!! : S'lih'I., Ojiera: House BUk and 1.1:1.1 traveled abroad. Fur

Miss Russell is in in their atlliction : wit be resumed, on Sunday, Xu:1, at I I ther information addre* P. O fur-I
: Washington, 1) C.'iitiug i I Middle Bridge to the Yacht Club 1 | : The second :Sunday; was a day of
t v relatives and friend She cx-i 11. W. Craig and wife arrived la ai;! seven: o'clock. They will be conducted I Phone 3J :2!'. Daytona, lie.NNNNNN .
'j! the channel This! would not IHJ a'ry I partial rot after the hustling tunes I
jxets to arrive in Seabreeze: sometime- I Thursdav night from New York. I by pastor aided by the Cbrl.tianI :. .... I
Mr.( 'I Endeavor: expensive undertaking and is I we I had and it was thoroughly. rget n. tMNNNNNNN NNNNp. ..
I the latter part flfo't'mllt'r, if her planscarry. I and Mrs. Griffin arrived from t t'e :! Society The first part of the ,, a very NIM N

: j .... north Monday afternoon, and have meeting will be a praise service follow jnecessary I!!; project if we wish to I I joyed too. Monday morning wi-
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Little Miss Mary Hatvlcy, the faith(ul j i I taken a suite of rooms in the Phillips I I by the sermon, subject "Christain War-I-jour share of the floating tourist I I 1 broke ramp] and then came the Iii at H N.NN N.NNNN...N.NN .
attendant of her blind father, watiekcn :apartment house on Seabreeze oven,Ic. I, fare Kverjbody: invited. I, travel. rain for a few' minutes we had had j Ii EVERY GIRL HAS A CANDY
I with fever while staving with t Mr and Mr!!. Parker and Mr". I We see on the street our old friend, i!I during the entire in HEART |

.i! Mrs. C. I*. Leland und was rcmovc-d. by I Parker's sister, Mr<. G'rnlanhll are IA: !. Bunner, of Huthven, Onto When -- May amp : : thatuUxotdthciousBuubonsw: almost

I>r. dock to the Daytona imtariunu. expected to arrive :\ov hat, have Iea.-cd I he kit heme he was wearing a fur coat, Strolling South. Not a man was sick, not a man in I i the ,a.,.. with ordinary randies it is an absolute certain to win-when this", is I !

Mrs Haj"don Gaines U the guest (If : apartments }in the Phillip apartmenthouse. I now ht is going alxmt{ in his shirtsleeves The yacht Stroller with her cap- the guard hou-e on mir i island and certainty with

Mrs. Clias. Hcs'rr for the w' ck.Mrs. 1 I Honda is good enough for''. tain and owner, C. I II[, Stanwood and not a man in our company nmbe l : Schrafft's Chocolates and Bonbons.
i Wilkinson's Lone Bay hotel has been wired for him. S
cottage, which has< ,
been entirely remodeled, when completed : -I electric lights. Mrs.\ Dougherty has decided 11. Bristol and housekeeper are expected family aboard, stopped over here bayed in any way FhejarethepureM.bert'0 nuU wholesome l and delicious candle ,1.laillablf'

0\. will be one of the prettiest small to run her house thisintl.rrather today from New Britian, Cv Wednesday I! and Thursday to renew Nearly every: roan in the encamp- ': i !anew h.ghe' class candies are sol!,] t'1"f"wht'rt' at any prl.eJl .

:r cottages on the Boulevard. j I j!' th \lIlel5C to other parties. ': A very sad drowning accident occ ur-1, her supply of{ gasoline. The Strol- meet says it was the most instru ct- :,T HU'Iln'lI: VT

The Princess IsKcna ia beehive of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Miller, cf re-d on 8aturda)'. The little Gilbert k boy i i ler is enroute from New ,York to Ire camp'they ever attended and all I !
'busy workers: at this time. walk !;; liap;ton, ill, arrived lost Thursday Wd-I .colored'( while playing at the Oran gel'! Miami and from St YOUNG'S PHARMACY
came ; and
Augustinevia want to go again nest year will'
over the big building discovered an j t! are comfortably located in rooms at dock fell into the river and was past reJ I :
Bleckman cov' before he could be the canal. i find the recruited to i its Deach Street
company i
army of men on every floor, and the j apartment house.: They ext J t try rescued.Miss I opposite South Bridge. I

: song of the hammer lnd :1'aag' lung i! pectr.. ana )Ir:!. Johnson! and Mr. and carl Mason has gone to Ja 'k1 The Stoller. which is a nftj-foot i.'lull strength-si\ty-fourmen. The ,: ...
t I and resounding. The plasterer have I Ii Mr*. Beasell, of Boswcll, Jnd., oon. scnville to spend few days. boat with about fifteen-foot beam company, through; small, was at the NN.N..NM.C.NN.

i i almost completed work on the third : These friends occupied room in the i!i James Carnell has just completed an and drawing about four feet of ,,! front, and promptness was shown in ***r....*.*...*....**.**.rOt ..------ ---
floor. Mr. l Hamilton, the: foreman, says; : Bieekman flats last year. I i imposing, concrete fence in front of his '': water was hurried on from St. all its movements and evolutions *****_***.*****, **.*.****

I that work is being delayed by the non- Harry Brigham reports a bright outlook i residence on Palmetto street. Augustine by the e.f the I IOn N. ERICKSON *
Mr prospect several occasions where time
Harry Johnson and baby
are ,.
j arrival of wind .\\s and doors. for the musical uartett organizetlbj in
Sidewalks oa both side- of Graadvew t him a few weeks) since.. The quar- town visiting Mr. Johnson' mother, ', canal being closed for ten days for was counted, the )K boys can pive J i Cabinet Maher.

avenue are being [laid from f "ctan 1!I tctt i" composed of violin Harry Brig- I"1.() resides at Mound Grove. some necessary work thereon. odds and beat the other companies es'I'i, Wood Worher. .

emlevard toGIcnview ulevard. ;: ham; piIDI.Irs.\ :shoemaker: : cornet, Capt. Stanwood is an experienced i i This is attributed to the harmony existing ture Fralllt'i. !fI..llr, anti Win.ttl&rt't'n14. made to order *

Judge Joseph Rogers and wife arrived I Cash Thomas; cello, EH\vood Dillmg- (I.! Anyone desiring a small fruit dsep-sea sailor having been at onetime I!I! between the officers and men : Cottage Avenue, DVYTONA
yesterday aftcrn<'\1 and are at home ham, and once week farm FLA. :
on .1 rehearsals chicken
i : are or ranch "
.. alley can secure engaged in the China trade, and willingness to obey orders and .............ekx...> .
bring held f1t ..
at the fMStttti ,
W.: A. I'lemrnirg! arrivrd from tin I tona.! Mr. Brigham Morgan 1 h had House tight: years Day one at Holly Hill on Daytona. street' ':'anJ has also held the berth of mate I II I that quickly By a So!her -- ****.*******************

north t>n the aftcmoca) train. i;( c-f splendid training under the tutilage% ;! l'omrrising-t lots> lUO\0<(' > ft. j I with the Clyde Steamship} Co. He I -- .....................................- -- ---
I of Joseph \ ihm, at the Amcriean Conservatory each, cvntaining over 30 choice i i expects to spend the winter at t!i II I :An intimate knowledge of the N ......N.N..

of MUS.C. Chicago, and will buJJe l pecans and over =Sim orangetrt'esmanv !I Miami and possibly' locate there i building interests of this l n-aliiv'. : BUTLER WILSON Y[ & REAL
make ,
a success; in hi" effort to I I CO
of them in i
Daytona Beach, Oct. 30'->hjor W. i organize a competent home band. : bearing, will save you many anojamei, and ,
A. Clark died at the SchetJc with good well. All for Slf. M' Dr. ESTATE.
cottage, I on Houghton will occupy his perhaps extra costs Let us adri ere :. Cottages for
Thursday, Oct. 21!lth! of a compilation -\Vhath i Lily Water? Call nt t-a'y terms Apply to E. X. \Val- I''I new quarters in Peck block, .at the with you It costs you wrfhiDtf : or Rent. l.ife, fire and Accident Inluran! ( :
ofdi"-ca .S. Mr. Clark was quite the e lee trie light/ plant dru 1'1'111" :::II.II.\'TI\.
illl l J-" West end of South Bridge, Nov. I at. I Norman S. Dayton, Daytciu. : BI\'lI.: .FLA .

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s...... ..............":.: ., .....1 tGeo. IL Clark's new goods arrive Messrs J. B. Conrad and R. M.Bond r.1 CITY FATHERS-----' ........ ........... o-i.:: BURNETT .

I Local Paragraphs." | daily. Shirt-waist sets to be of DeLand were Daytona visitors ,

worn this fall, souvenir buckles, Sunday. I TALK BUSINESS. = .NNNWANTED Tailor. j
:u.........I.I...........: veil pins, just the latest. if
Mrs. Geo. Dittman visited her ?
'Ladies' the r. r Orders Taken for
handbags "Fluffy Royal Tailoring
+Steaks and oysters at Mills. daughter Miss Rose, at Jacksonvillelast : ;i ?'.
Ruffles" kind, a little expensive, but Sunday.T. Several Important Matters Disposed j; pi ) Houses for Rent or Sale to be and '
Cleaning, Pressing, Altering
Miss Anna Farin, daughter of the i X I
right to the minute in listed with
up style- of at the Meeting Held Monday : I us. for Ladies and Gen
have the medium matron of the Railway Hospital at F. Williamson, of Utica N. Y., i I Repairing :
yes we priced one WHY? I
Evening. tlemen. We call for and
St. Augustine, arrived Wednesday arrived Thursday and will assist II. i

also.L.. H. ROWE &: Co.. The Jewelers to be with Mrs. J. D. C. Morris fora H. Lesesne during the winter At the regular meeting of the i iI BECAUSE deliver all goods.

Council Monday evening a petition : WI' advertise: extensively., FLA.
time.tNuunally's. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Piepgras I Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA,
Miss Edna Stiling )leaves for Jacksonville j I was presented, signed by the Model : That gives us a market.
Candies went south Wednesday for a few
weekly ship-
today where she will)) accept I Farm Company and all the property : BECAUSE
ments. HtvKlNS, The Druggist. days visit at (points down the roast.
a position i owners along the street leading to i i \W have many inquiries. PINE WOOD
Major John Donald Cameron Mrs W. M. Shaffner left Thursday -
J. W. Shields and family returned the Model Farm, asking that the That gi\. >9 II* eii'fonirri.
Morris has been the for Orlando, where she will
"setting up" street be hard-surfor-etl) and -
Saturday to their winter residence agreeing
cigars this week. It's because of visit with her brother, C. A. Dudley. : BICAUSE
i on Volnsia) avenue.R. to pay two-thirds of the rest : FOR SALE
the arrival of a baby girl at his thereof. Notice was given by Al- We go after business.:

I. Wall)) and family and C. M. home Tuesday. j II :Try Birchwood's butter. derman Rowe that an ordinance : That helps to sell or

Johnson and family sailed from New Bigger and better loives at the I Osceola Tribe, No. 21. 0. R. M.. would be presented at the next t Kent your place. i $2 and $2.50 a Strand
York for Cuba, Oct. :?J.
,Daytona Bakery.Mr. will hold special meetings every meeting to authorize the work. : BECAUSE

Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Foote alternate Wednesday until Januaryfirst. : delivered, from Hutchin-
are ex- and Mrs. E. P. Wilson arrive Street Commissioner Rix was instructed \\e are wide awake.

pected today from their summer ed Tuesday from Cincinnati, where to place the street sprinkler ; That brings quick returns to you. son's Wood Yard, west of

home in Cleveland! Ohio. they hare spent the summer, and Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Bohannon and at work so long as Jupiter Pluvius ineglects railroad

N. W. McClellan, of Kingston, returned -I are at their home at the corner of M. B. Church were Jacksonville visitors his duty. : CONRAD REAL ESTATE CO. on Magnolia an n-

from DeLand Monday and Ridgewood and Loomis avenues.A : from Wednesday! until Thurs' A communication from a committee i........................................ ue.
left for New I day. appointed by the Board of
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Smyrna. new line of ladies' underwear, Trade in reference to the use of the :....*..............<>............4............+...... J. A. Hutchinson
Q. W. Rich was over from Carra- fleered-lined and wool just received. Dr. W. French: and family are .
City Island as a site for the proposed I:
way Sunday for a visit with his The Chas. E. Gardiner Co. located at 71 Bay street. Mrs. French __
Chautauqua auditorium was : II'n
family and friends at Kingston. Mrs. M. M. Blanchard arrived and little daughter arrived 1 last referred the 4ommitteeI j
week. to building : LOOK FOR NO. 8 Neville H. Clark j

tLowney's Candies. Friday of last week from Brooklyn, I Daytona> has no ordinance prohibiting : I IIt

HA'KI\9, The Druggist.Mrs. Iowa, and will spend the winter J-:. M. Condit and family returned gambling, at one patterned after : .. It OPTICIAN.

G. A. Wingate and daughter here as usual! } with her daughter, Thursday and are at home again at the State law on the subject, was :.....................................................
Mrs. J. A. Palmetto the corner of Palmetto and Orange introduced and ) read ,
Mrs. Arthur C. Poppell spent Shanks on passed on two ..-........-.-.--.-..--.......N............. ...............: t

Saturday R. S. and Maley Sunday returned at Ormond.Friday avenue.For first class work-Daytona I I avenues.tEmbroiderel linen collars, with ings.The street committee was authorized :: TWO BARGAINS f i H I

I Steam Laundry, phone 8. tf Fluffy Ruffle ties and bows with to advertise for bids for the :
night of last week feeling much. construction of cement sidewalks I One ji\!i (Room Hou>e with double porch Electric Lights, Telephone Eyes Examined Free. U
I hook to fasten at : If
benefited by his summers outing Commodore and Mrs. H. C. i patent easy I- Etc, corner lot, 95 feet on Hidgewood by 250( feet. Good fence. Large *

north. Roome, Miss Sarah Wright and I The Chas. Gardiner Co. I grape vine. a number of peach trees good bearers. A good home for At Clark's Jewelry Store. ::

their Miss Lottie May-1 and The Pictorial Edition. : sonic one. l
guest, May Mrs. M. E. Silvernail daughter sIL.
Mrs. Fred Maley and little daughter I ....... H
j One Five Room Cottage ( building) lot IflOxl.V feet.itna- i N..NN
nard l lift Monday for Miami where Miss Elizabeth, are occupyingtheir This mammoth annual edition i i'iJI one story 5 =NNNN::::::::=::::::::
returned Friday night of last ted un Mulberry( street. A cozy little home.
week from her visit to Chicago and the three first named will spend the handsome home on Magnoliaavenue. \\ be from the press about December : These places are in Kingston, just north of lavt' n i':nt\\ Graded j

Grand Rapids, Mich.J. winter, returning here for a short first. While tht're'ill be a I : :-.1..1.| \ Church and rostofficp near by. i P. B. DOBBINS,

time in the spring. great pretty homes illustrated! : fall on or write
Mr. and Mrs. Edward White arrived GUN AND LOCKSMITH

W. Reese i is again at home on fIr you want value received for Thursday and are again occu- there are yet a number of handsome I : H. T. McCLELLAN, | General repairing, key fitting, saw filing. -
Second avenue. having arrived Sun- residences not represented. A uniform : Trunks, valise, umbrellas and J
the Clark's five Harris' residence
buy new pying E. G. on
day night from Linden, Ind. His money of dollars)) is made Kingston or Daytona, Florida. 1 parasols repaired and recovered. Badges, '
and ten tent tablets.In Grange charge ten Checks and tags. Rubber: stamps and
parents will join him later.Don't avenue. for a half page illustration of this: I *........................................NN....... official seals. 22S Smith Beach Street,

forget the Bond LumberCo. response to a telegram from I IAI. Miss Sarah Stiling has accepted a class. The ten dollars)) includes the I I ;****...****a*****.******** *******AAAAAAAAAAAA- - -- -*-*-*-*-*-*-* Dayton, llo. t'
E. Gruber Dick has ------ ----
Ray accepted position with the Chas. E. Gardiner
., sell the Cummer orange box. cost cf making the half-tone. All you I :
position in his hardware storeat and will her clerkship STAPLES & CUTTEN !
a Company begin -
A full line of
Special prices in carload lots. 23-"i have to furnish is the Jlhoto t ,
West Palm Beach, for whit place } there nest Monday. raPh'l
The Misses Julia and Elizabeth be left Sunday afternoon. He will If you want to have your C Steam and Hot Water Heating i
ilrs. Katherine 11. Millar has the edition let us know at once t
Pope, who were visiting their : be greatly missed by a large circleof t Quick Meal
again opened her massage aid hair Pumping Outfits of All Kinds.
brother, F. W. Pope, Jr., returned friends, who wish him success in :
their home in Jackson dressing parlor in the Atwood hew York to Miami. i
Sunday to
his new position. block, cor. Beach: street and Volusia. Steam is the heat for large buildings, hot water for

ville. For Rent-7-rooin house, furnished The yacht Cocoon, Captain liters t tape houses. Just say "I am from Missouri," and we Gasoline Stovesand
Mrs. F. B. Wright arrived from and wife and a crew of two men, rot-I
Mrs. R. F. Hiker arrived Tuesday on S. Palmetto avenue. All mod- "Show ) ou that we ran furnish a heating system that

from her Ohio home and will again em conveniences. Apply agents, or from St. Augustine for a few days and) the Amber Ja<'k, Captain Her .. most jiositnp in action and the cheapest) to install!
visit with her father Col.! C. M. :
man Decker and a crew of two, arrived -
the winter here the Ellen-
spend at C. Messing, Box 447, Daytona. tf operate.Shop :
Bingham and family. Mr. Wrightwill
here Saturday from St. Angus i: Ranges
wood house Volusia
rooming on L. W. Litle, of Flint, Mich., rep- spend :Sunday;; here. tine, via the canal, on their way and Office, Central Auto Oarage, Phone 26.
avenue ... > ,
a. CCCCCCCCasYCCCrfCC C }KC "f""M" N" *
resenting the Horton-Cato Manfg.Co. the Cummer fox from New Yoik to Miami. The .
Buy -----------
Com. J. II. Allen returned Monday ., of Detroit, is at Schmidt's Villaon orange I *:************************* ************************** Also the
Amber Jack new
the best box and costs you no more. Ii i stopped only long

from a business trip to Chicagoand his anuual visit to Daytona. He For sale by the Bond Lumber Co. I enough to take on supplies, but the! Cabinet and Repair Shop ;
other points west and on Tues- i
will remain until about Christmasto
Special prices is carload lots. :?:1-: fu'oooVat obliged to dock and i Perfection Blue
day proceeded to Allenhumt on the proclaim from hilltop and valley repair her shaft, which had been l : Furniture Repairing, Mattresses I Repaired and made to order. We

Haulover. the; merits of "Royal Salad Dressing' R. W. Ball, proprietor of The ;: handle the celebrated Oslertnoor Mattress and solicit jour
badly twisted by contact with a l log I : !
Flame Oil
condiments his firm Second arrived} t: order for first-class work. Orange ave. ent. Peck blk Stoves.
For Rent Furnished::? room I and other Lyndhurst, avenue, or rock on the way down from St. : *

residence, corner Ridgewood and I prepare. from Asbury Park, N J., Sundayand Augustine. She continued her trip ; W. G. HOBBS. .

is again twinging; his house.!' rCCCC.....4........44C.... ************************** &
ST.O. P. R. Bennett. tf
Orange at f For Rent--Orange near Ridge south on Monday. Binghal laleyCo.
Mrs. Ball will return abort the middle
, J. S. Matson returned to Daytona wood, six-room cottage, bath, laun- I --_ !
of the month.
J Sunday night and was joined Tuesday dry in basement, electric li htB'l I Gasoline Kxploslon.: : FURNITURE UNDERTAKING

. by his family. They are occupying new, furnished. P. R. I For RentIeroom furnished J JI An accident. occurred the garage ;! Norman S. DaytonREAL ;! -

1 their winter home on Ridge- The Lamson package carrier was cottage on Vest Magnolia{ avenue, of the Daytona: Auto Transit I
I I I Students Wanted !
wood avenue. $150 for season. Address George j
t put !in operation at the Peck-Hen- Company on Orange avenue, -
Walton, P. O. Box 71. tf j I Tamed: and honest! ones, to avail themselves -
I Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Bliven re- Bricks Company store on Monday, I iay morning, whereby two men ESTATE.

|f turned Friday of last week from I and will no doubt) prove a great con- I D. l'erkins Smith, tax collector of were rather painfully t though not I i of the superior( advantages offered

I North Georgia where they have venience and time-saver, the floor Volusia county, passed through this I seriously hurt. i byROLLINS COLLEGE

" spent the summer. Mrs. Bliven is space in this building demanding a I city Friday night of last week Several of the f'mploYt'f'I"t' at [ Care of piorx-rty. I Kt door south of po toffi'e. W. H. EIJMOXDSON ,

much improved in health. system of this kind and the firm route to his home at New work in the open air in front of then! Manager, Daytona, Fla. Plans, Estimates and I Winter Park, Fla.

('OSTEOPATHY Dr. J. C. Herman being awake to the necessity of on his return from a several t'n-I garage and R. Hart had just rom- Sujieriiitendeme.. Lumber yard Magnolia Avenue and Classical Scientific. Music, Art, Modern -
F.1 K: C t' : Phones office ) residence l Languages!', Expression Business
t. and
The adopting all modern business helps. automobile tour in Europe: pleted washing an automobile with Mgasoline | IJ.iilway. at yard &
will open rooms opposite and Stenographic Courses of high grade.

Gables on Volusia avenue by Nay. 4. The Cummer Lumber Go's. aFor Rent-Furnished or unfurnished when one of the |larty lighted J I Most attractive and healthful surround-

: large elegant front rooms in a blow-torch The gas at once j ings. Fine gymnasium and all field and
sold the Bond Lum-
boxes by
W. M. Carswell and mother, Mrs. orange -- --- -- ---
ber Co. The best in the market. Opera House block opposite Halifax ignited, burning Mr. Hart all Carswell will be here about
face and arms and alai J. It. Muse M .1 eipenses.
shortstay. Special prices in carload lots. :?.t-3: Yacht Club, also large room formerly I I For full information .
the fourth of November for a somewhat more seriously. ,,4 FOUNTAIN 1 CITY and l tvnn r er-
used for House. Inquireof
Opera nations address
have rented their house .
_ They I "
Stetson University is crowded this
Graham Thorn pson.!' :21-41 HON. \V. R.
the of Beach street and O'NIAL.
on corner year. The $100.001)) Library is being Pleasant Hallowe'en parties were Livery and Transfer Stables. Orlando, Florida.ISEABOARD.
First avenue, formerly occupied by Loren Lund and family, of Pough-
being built. The held Thursday evening at c. i). j jSmiley's 1 ________ _
Mr*. V. Vuillaume, to parties it wat.1 keepsie, N. Y., and Owen C. Becker,
school twice .
as big as ever 1.J. Karris'and Mrs. Ida ,
Chautauqua, N. V. The College of Liberal Arts is of New York City, arrived Tuesdayand : )Hacks) mist all train'" l'II'of'tt: (W Palmetto and Live Oak ave
Niver; the J Utter for little folks at .
tPainters Wanted-Good brush nearly doubled. The Academy is at once took possession of The !

hands, open shop, no trouble. W. bigger. The School of Music I is Oaks, which Mr. Lund will conduct) Kingston.N 4i : BLACKSWTH1NG! AND REPAIRING. : Air Line Railway.

I three this season, with Mr. Becker as charge for preliminary plans{Z I:Savannah, Columbia) Camden011:;
H. Wright & Son, Magnolia :avenue, four times as big as it was i, =: I'mntiiiiC and Horse Shoeing; -

Daytona Fla. tf years ago. The Business College is clerk and estimates; supervision of workat ) I ;. :, them Pines, I'aliegh: I'ichmond.Washington ,

nearly'twice as big. This big University For Rent-Two-room Hats for I actual cost. Norman S. Dayton, 4 4Do. : G. A. FOYE, Proprietor. Baltimore Phila-
Mr. and Mrs. C H. Raynor, ol .
sail belongs to Florida boys and I light housekeeping, $R to :? I 12? per .}t4tna. ; ...................................................... i I delphia, New York
Daytona Beach, expected to __ ___
from New York on the Apache last girls. month; single rooms 50 cent per Abraham Hevmann, who has J./t't'1l1 I j i .*.*.**.*.*.*****.******** .***********,c+ + ...****4 u

Monday, stopping a day or two in tThe Daytona Institute opened I day; special rate for season: The making his home with his parents i Hon 4 Two Elegant Trains Daily
I Riverside, 41.'I: N. Beach street, Day- GEO. P. SfciboiiFtl I .:
Jacksonville and reaching here today Nov let at Room One, Seminole II Orange avenue left Thursday lor'i JOHNSONw .xpress
or tomorrow. While their Block, Beach street, south of Orange tona, Fla. tf Havana for treatment at one of the i I Ihospitals J J SfdboarclAuil
i i H
home is at Pelham, Mass they have avenue, with Miss L. Elizabeth Rev. II. B. Gibbous, although indisposed : in that city.Mrs. : <: CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, Modern Pullman Equipment

spent most of the summer at take Stoever, of Philadelphia, as princi- last week, took charge of t w
X II Lassiter and little i H: DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA. :
Sunnapee. pal. the services Sunday at the First : JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINE
daughter arriSatuJay night; I i *

Another shipment of curtaingoods W. B. Bean, of Pittsburg, has Baptist church and at the evening" from Florence, Ala., and will spend I : EstimateFurnished: on Short '% Oti'e. 3 5 NORFOLK VA.
Not Now. Com-
also curtains at rented the store room south of aeryice sang "Why the winter with her mother, Mrs. .T. j .
---- Excursion Tickets on Sale Dailr.
> The Chas. E. Cardiner Co. in the Peck munion service will follow the regular -
Young's Cedar
C. on street. ( ;
Block, for the purpose of conducting services tomorrow. II I ,: All work done in a strictly: tir>t-elas manner. For full information and sleeper reseri -
Brother engine fifty- Automobile with : It i rations call on any agent cf Seaboard cr
McCoy a FOB SU.E- top ;: I'
a moving picture show therein For Rent or Sale.-My home cor. ; : Agent for Stairway Hu..t Corner } write to
horsepower Standard, for their new irons complete, cheap. Enquire at t ;: !
] i S. C. BOYLSTO.V, Jfts
this winter. Mr. Benn will proba- Ridgewood and 2nd avenue. Every .II. ........ ....... .
... &A.&A.TTTTTTTT .
boat, Uncle Sam Second, arrived for Gazette-News office. TTTT.T.TT.---- "******* ****** .\ General FariccsT Ag"at.
bly arrive next week to prepare improvement and furnished com
last week. pushing the Jacksonville! Fla.
are the early opening of his show. This plete. First-class piano for sale 11. I* Hayden, who has been at ;,
construction of the boat and will
assures two of these shows for Day- cheap. Oio.: H. LIMUG. tf Sheep*>head Bay N. Y, and} Milford, Why not have your own
launch her as soon as possible and
bring her to Daytona to install the tona this season as the McCoy building Major A. B. Foster arrived in the N. II, during the summer returned FIRE PROTECTION THE FINESTBATHS

has been rented for a Jjke. pur- Monday. Major Foster says he last i< week and will again have chargeof
engine her works i city
complete upper by installing this st'lfrontainI
pose. with the ferry for Capt. F.ltt'nwOlMJ
has been in conference leading
. and do other finishing.
necessary ed Pumping Outfit. If
WANTED-A reliable merchant i members of the America Automobile you I ON: EARTH

N ITICE-Contractors and builders Daytona to handle Victor tacking tnichlMs. .I Association! and that all the Jacob Spies and. family) of Asbury have any doubts of the rrote< FOR MEN AND! WOMEN -V '

and others whom it may concernare For artncy address Jobbers I and have been Park, N .T.. are occupying the ion it will afford in .t-I

hereby notified that on and after Metropolitan Talking Machine Co., money cars necessary Douglass house on South )Beach to pumping the water for LILY WATER

Jacksonville, Fla. 23.21 I guaranteed for a successful: racemeet other call at the} !:
Jan. 1st, 1908, the members of the this winter. street. Mr. Spies i is an upholstererand purpose Tk< Beat Watcr f r

B. A M. I. U., No. G and its jurisdio We will secure for jou bottom I will assist! i H. V. Hrlf'f'.Iurin': shops ofJOE ELECTRIC LIGHT

tion shall do no more one-coat workof prices on lumber and other building I' For Rentals see Norman S. Dayton the winter. OSBORNR, PLANT

materials. No one receives graftson Real Estate Agency, W. II Ed-
plastering.GEO. the plumber, who will demonstrate
, DtTTJU\, Pres. your purchase. Norman S. Day moudson, Manager, first door south For Rent and For Sale arcs fur with one in operation

H. J. B. Sntros, Rec. Sec. ton, Daytoca. cf pcstcffice. tf sale :st: this office

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t, If You Wantthej I fST{ ORANGE WPS, ist foci ALLIGATORS Demand -.'or Their SCARCE.The 1'1.1.11. llaaearly I I I I.: Legal Notices. :..I.'J :..r. Ask Mr.: Poster; .l

:> Emterpilnatrd Tbrni."An ..i.i.ili.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i. .

l alligator is a rare thing In the I ,

southern states now." said C. H. flange Dissolution Notice. : MR. FOSTER knows what accommodations are atal."able at the |hotels

\4 N f'1Ei: AP 4' of Pensacola. Fla. I The partnership in the sawmill btiiness '' : and will engage rooms for you in advance. At Mr F ster'a offices IOU can .

,- "11"here they could I*!' !seen in hundreds : heretofore existing and conducted j I. and personal l informatlOD I'OOt't'mmg t
7 banks under the firm and style of F. F. .I obtain descriptive printed
ris0rrit Ea4ftI .$ RittNia' I'L .ofIt4 tea years ng.I. dotting the name ;,
.1 Fi t t tt'/lifip Ki Y'r N iIaGems i u 1 r W -f; r .r it .t >to, c u< lit ii, Rrr t t tt K. tag t f MdE.t: i.t'of !r b R.ta 1 1 R of the rivers and !swimming; lu tie mith fc Co.. is hereby' Iutually.ii- : these and other r.--ortrdong, ) the homeward way. Savannah.

pi JtliRi xIntfi, cyt 3'rk + Att if a s !a ..+ Ie2 ?f"tl 9'aA Florida !swauips. the sight Is now be- solved, S. H. and 11'.11. Gone retiring j Atlantic [k>ach. Magnolia Springs.Summerville. I
r :- 'fr rt tif 4yllar. /i1e, \Ak ana.1, r All accounts to that date .Sttp .....
previous are .
+ Ill C tY f .1. 'Iti + t = K aRtt K ,aT taunt .D1M cx>ntlni|: a very uncommon one. TbI'l'ut Charleston.Columbia. .
4; M. ; i 1 s tr a t n payable to the Messr Gove and they : .1 ** I
r b r a +: A r dfiiiand fur their skins, has praeti.alr Camden,
2 aF f / 1 !d Q 1 will par all bills contracted before:: thatdate. News.
R i C t t It f 1A r Xew
a 1 3' 4ie d Rrr : mtt; ,I, exterminated the creatures, and F. F. SMITH ,I Pinehurst. Chase City. .
sK btEi tR they will M*>U tln8!' scarce as the n.. __
o S. H. COVE; : Cotldfati.Virginia
x OM
I ir n a ti rex .eZ.tN Ault R a 1st : Richmond. : .
.Ak a R iGr. ta flli lbta western luJal.'III! \! may still; l-e W. A. ,0\ E. I .w.ewiIL ..
'tp tort ExfMtfon.
{ Jawertown
oK1e'r .aat nra Beadi.
F found in the Everglades: and other Daytona I la., I k-t. 7. 1! 07. i I' hn. "....
1rri is r' wt ,/ ttcae ,+ is air, ar ; : Hot Springs, V;i Luray.foppMre. _
1IitA si-'Ft/ n 4 K p !t 3 t i t ,A11 A ( f +. .c y ,want but they are rarely !!seen as fi.MI1Arr1..
4 ;
r l =t.bna S ctrl / t KL A r the, live in inndbules to which even Hat Rock"Tryon. .- Cowrtvy.Cl .. ... I.
NO1ICE.: : ft .
the Seminoles caniiut gain access."Tbe >>attaMM K.Cfeefeaati.
w: t. RDAI RE Bit t + nilittR I few that are captured are Tbe p x j Ie of Daytona Florida., are : Atlanta. ww Y. ekAortas. .
x nnt 1 nit -site. ed II a +
) j eft'l { Qa# + to r s ,r, tr ; tpa axe ta + 4'.r IsKns ..nnulit:. l Joy means i>f "strategy, as the hereby notifiol that on and after Nov. 4 French Lick Sptiaf. Chwago.Washington.. .

Ip t pN"' 4 t :al f l + t A M l M C'a R R R a b. ,a r; r' ugr t r R Yt I <>p '11!> water !shooting: U a thing: of the 4th, 90;, the wage of the painter of : .. .
, R' 1 r d Nn h N:. i aar i c Local Union Xo. 10>>"* Hrothcrhood of St. Lout
B 1i Z a iltt r A strict wat< b N kept overtheir 4
rz g n past "
i i
t Atlantic
f Paintm City.
i t 9 .. iKiiirators and Paper Hangersof 4 I Kansas City.Mr.
h rles and the moment the ;:fttor3pl''art
t e i gas r a t crap rl 6 1R ) FI Gt < it,, 1'as t sexist lie I is, Us-soed and draggedbodily ; ; I' AiiKTica will I lit' <3.50 per day of : Foster' sen ices arc free-no fee are ever rigid or a.ffptcd' I. :of'i
1 ., t 4 c + sp a a;>< r h 1: K f3 A t f Itod r ta; eight::; hour ?lgn..1 I Ii 4 4i .
4 r1 t ,"dpi + l t3 q d a 9 .vet a t r' t tRtan. from h's! home. It i is a \ery when are in doubt YOU BETTER ASK MR.' FOSTER.HE
'hi' i <; II. HOLLAND. KIT. Sew.IIERM.CIIItAG. : you
(. rip Fxlro Rkpt + C.' R w iaR.Nl dangerous I nlille in the water i I'm. Sec.CIL1RLES i iI
I an.llt .. m1 ine I torte of i KNOWSMr. i
ftr rl'41ulrtI. o> > < adozen
e + i ;( n + t + s ? :r l t a i : KOST I'rr-. l PROBABLY
i; ( alrtIK .S//It.Tr a1 Vit f.4 tRI t B'a" t t men to drag! an eight:: foot alligator l
I 11 n t. ,t :t i < } N + tt Ih i w q t t t 'i .j 1 tttt ir .ie M.rh :: to the mainland. Even, when this, l
61 t .jea : atAIIGCtt r.a i lt', at'n .. I i I Notice of (iarnishment.In : Foster'offi are at the :Sic" ...r f the Question I
Is done the captors are wary, as a
-' .' blow from the creature'. tall would) Court of Justice: of the :I
.Cb e Best and most economical to Use seriously disable the stoutest man. I Peace, Ijpbth I Strict, in l li Mark[ inJacksonville.

and .
forV4um Fla.ill. l
"An alligator Is ,slow and clumsy in i County ; i
Y. :Stillman : St. Augustine.Palm .
t nt his movement, but can swing: his tall
around la the twinkling of the rye :

The Indians generally wait uutil they ..., Beach Miami.
hare the animal In a position where I\1'I. 'fendant.
,. 4 tn. D. C.
he cannot use his tail and then "sever : G.irnislne: Havana, Cuba.Vashin II

: ]I the ligaments with a well directed AVilliamsoo defendant :and ill :
t l
0. A. DKEfCO. DeLand
R. S. MALEY\ Daytona .
blow of their sharp lii"truinents. The I others il may Intern 4 4I Dutiho the JAMESTOWN: : EXI-gSHI'-X: : lies 1 l--t, riW ha\t':111: i ,
1 government has taken: the bounty off are hereby notified that aVrit 4 .. rlain.? at (Ind'
.. I. bbv .rI.\ '"l < ;: : :II.H
rulDJ.TIIof'HT: the
of Garnishment; ha II''
been issued the
IRELAND & McCALL\ [ New Sin \'rntt.t !! the alligator::: which in former year* :I !
I ab."\e cause, and that your pniperty in I Point Com -.n. .
f J
of to
was n great source revenue .
the bands \If :! W. Duncan lia I
o. bcengarniIxxd -
shiftless (Cracker that Inhabit the and that. unties you appear| be-, ;I ................................MN : ..'........

e i !! swamp and. make. their living in the I| fore s\j.lcourt i l on or b fore the fourth I II ..........,....................a.. ..eoo ....
JOHNB. STETSON UNIVERSITY I It. I |, easiest |.."..IM< manner The pric of 1 I day of XovemtnT.: .\. D. 1'.MI7.) judgmentby .
I kF Hall l'ljirrB' ll-irrt : '. the skin has l.-onie iiM. <> what It default will! be entered against vu., :1

FOUR COLLEGES AND FIVK TIKHNH M. u'HIH'I| The cixlliis or a lean !I'.i'! .* Y T ': was: a few year ng".. aixl \\1II1..t l>e I } JTZt.Eh.I.O.o.n.:: .. 4 i ii

t. UeLAND: FLORIDA. bas In It 18...... UK tuna: ir<>:,'.I.I> that: along tiefWe the, dealers will h.I'to I Attonwv.s for. IlaintitT. To the Jamestown Exposition via
Dated thi Ot-tobiT 2. A. D.. IJ07.Notice .
:rcmmpenka tin lm ..f x.o' < r Affilli.t.d With the University of Chicago.
singer.i At 'MM fell ..WIKII| tIe! li.rrr ftllittJr; : MilwaukeeI $entint-1 t I II

s COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-The standard atth.."e ot the1 I"inv.-iMty o and l his family deep ,nt't" '.tr.ltve: Inn I I I, : ; of (iarnishment. :

htsago.k : : nrjeav awl luhlltty to have all ; 1.0w Ides for :\o'ember. I 4
l : : In Court of Justice "I th-' : I Ii
of tics law the ordinary iiU-axturx <>f lift ami fall I .\. )1. )1. Atlantic Coast Line.
: COLLEUBOFLA11'-Graduates thisI' rrocr, 1 laehth: : District in 4
in Florida without examination. to MMiifthing liko actual |H.\-rtv.. ". COLLEGE: : TECHNOLOGY AND: SCHOOL OF MECHANIC: ARFS-Me- ttntin! H f'lI"t'I1 Is Pi ronuterel li-fi nr I IUw I 2..l02 10:i1 :S. \V. Carroll, :

('hanical, Civil Electrical Engineering; Manual Training ..'tll...*>- leading to .',,hl tit ti;:, .KtruvtfU; i1* r.a.1"'-.. j! Xo\ ............_.............. ; II :3 I llalntitTvs. I
Fine building, costly The still : c.tnpk'. after "f\fral |I I .! '
equipment. I'!
r degrees. new yonix .. ... ...... ........ i '!< .dl"\"f Florida. see' the/. Atlantic ( a-t "I'url.l.
, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Hanling in all its brandl'MMiLU.
r m tbod!!. Shorthand and typewriting. II.'tl"u: ,.....' OJVH in other Ivpart- I the work and t-njoyln; all the fun iu : :;..._......._............12:19 12:: :; 1.\ I [I' .' i rcr' 'lur schP.blh*s to the .lainolMwii E\IJlll-oili.n.: |
ments. Large faculty and commodious building. with Nev 6 .. lM) : \\ Duncan larnislMt. I i
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t PREPARATORY ACADEMY-tiraduat..s |..r.urtl| l to outer.. .. Harvard. \ al.- i il I Io the: icy i suddenly water come of ixx>r living.a splash|"iorInahUltjr :''Nov 7":::::::::::::::..::::::=: 1.13 :; To .\. Williamson. 1 hend'lIf.111, ) all : l'\vo daily tn i..* eacb way with tbroajth Tulliaan bullet sl
Princeton, Cornell Michigan, l'bi..asall"; all fi r..t"'I.'olw s.F ithtTs: whom it l'toCll'l'rll'I
t dvtlJt. t. f..r theater _.................. ..... ntay I
:. NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS.-1 KiJl.I..r !nt.1I in its own building > jay XoS _. :2:2'J ::1:1.: You are heft I Ity notified that a \\rit I i ;u\g

\ t 2. l'rimaryand (irainniarSehoolinmi, ; >arat ImiLlitig. Th"t? whwoN |-ially tkVftami trips about nn.l inal'ilttypirliai i Not 9........... ..... ............ 3:0.1 HIIJi j. ". Garnishment has Tarn i issued in the : 1"1'-1

.. prepare Public School teachera. >4 to much inure than pay the i i Xn 19 .......... .. .............. 103 I:;;:; above cause. and that your property in I fusty dar. ami fifteen slayIilitil c\<-nr-i i'"n fir. '
I MUSIC SCHOOL. $10.1HH) vide tIf all. a dozn i-iano.H. .M-mrat| building not of a "maIl1bt. for tin hall playeruLo the hands f :S.V.. Duncan) ha her'ti '
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i large faculty, thorough; course of study lint never tltXM- ant thins: tat play garnihnrd: and that unless \oii upxarbefore | ...1.- laily from I'.Hli! Nov. ::Uttb low C ..rfa
> April to at ritr: < eiiirsiniis \
.. ART SC"OOL.ew Studio. Coolly Gaels: 11I.1..1". .tc bail awl who bas not savnl hU I. Nov 12 ....._.................... 0fl'i 'id.0' : ; -ai
Stetson Las a faculty of 4s"* profecsors and in-trih-tor"*, They hold .).-grl"'s U nsalu; : a burl l.r",nxmltkni l.etore money be S 13._........................ 7:19 1111:
o I from the University; of l'h 4'ullo. tart arJ. \"al... Paitimmtb. Culttml, Ton.uto.Wak can I learn :a trade; or fiB,l ithlnj; to,) Saw II----------------------------- b:31) !)..oJI MH-lit by default 1iIItJt. entered UKJlintyou. :

r 1 Forest, Louisville, lUiwdoin Utrecht Hut.* knell. Fuivrisit.v. Mil'lii : in..Uni ,. carry him safely" nlotij.: r.n-kti l D. I Nov 13; ............................. t:3: IO.O'! FITZGEKALD; A OATKS.Attorneyfor : -I
f i flan i and other Univeroitien. There are over $ |\I.I.lIt"1 awn' in b'lit.liltg" and l .- ,iiii|> I'lamtilT. I F MI raten., I'nlliiuiB l'f'tifIIITatinaK a..l all dHailnl l infinuatipnwiitt
: 1, ment; nearly a quarter million dollar endowment; an H do wed library of OV.T li.- tC'rpriw. Not 16..............................10:3419.i I .hater) this I Mober ., \. I).. I IW7.Fir i

ooo volumes! ; a beautiful chapel with c it>tly furnishings, including ftaiu .l ulaw Xo\ ............................. :30 II10: i.r c.tll|| on .

I wiaowl',7 oil paintings. a :?lo. I Utfuiany; hu nivutly toted to decIde :>t mb. CM. 3, last pub.ot: ::3:
; aa enl'1othlet t Fi t'IJ. running tr.ik! tennis "courts Im.H-ball diamond : l' ........... .. ...........12:33: : 1:01:
and gridiron, beside swimming, golf, row ill)! and oilier reports; Mparatfbuildings i\bo are the twehc greatest men lathe :Notice to :Non-kesiJent. PRANK C. i BOVLSTON 3
for men and women; ten large;" Uhraturies for Cln-mi-try. I'h.fllli. l hat fatherland. TM list lini; with : Nov 20..... ...................... 1:0'; IU: In : 1

1 F, teriology. Mineralogy and Uiolygy! ; several large uiuvuuls all.1 l Rhm"" : ek-i-trn-. the vmperor. 'fb,' "" fishy \:* Nov 21............................. 1:13; 2:19 Circuit! Circuit Court.of:ScvtiititJuilicial Florida' Di.tiil-t; I'a snk'er.1t'.nt. ;,,, :, ', Lint'; ,

I lights electric bells, IIIk'aIllIJt'at. cement wall, roiidbroad Gcrhart Haui-tuiann. the dramatist. Now .. ........ .. .... in atid for Volu i ia C..un' i :

I cious campus! ..hruLht'ry and trees; Mn-ial, literary, musical and >th-r .>...tud\.-iii'scIubs ''' Robert Kob;; the M-U-ntist.! i it third and : Soy ;::=...: .....-:.:.... ;: :: tv. n..t tla. In Chain > rvII. .1 S. i-t. I Ii'? i ,I- I. I. 1oocs
i i. i
The !
star lecture Christian anllIuI noctarian teaching > iti.m\
beautiful; and healthful and; the l" Krncst Ilawkel and Wilholm (" )iira.l NoT 2 L..... ...................... 3Z 4L5 II. StrothrrJtnni.
JVIIM-S are \\ HOt'n'I'u.too hta.lII..1 to the lid vs .... .... ...... ... $
"- l For view foUlers and information addresx tit.- President.LINCOLN '; Nttt "..r' : :

}I. catalogs:, \ Ht'LLY. Ph. D.. Litt. D.. L. L. U.. DeLAM: Ha. t-ntlflc the fourth reputation and! tifth i>f their are the I; Sow Sot ::7.G.:::::::=::::::::::::::::::: :: 3 ii:E: To FJaM-: Jennie
list. The slith name la; the present
XU\ .......................... I' You are hereby .luin..1| l ti> aniif.ii, !I" Jit '
: 11111111111....11.111............................... chatMvllor of the empire. I'rln'tn :13 7:23Nov' : the I till ..t (Cunt4aint| file,l herein agaii.-' y i -
r nul"",. Seventh and eighth are tax i :).......... ................. 7a3; sI'os : !' i| you in the date eiititkd raititn: ". ..' 4 : FULL

., t : : Kllnger. the painter and t ulptor.. and \ 30.t ... ................... 'd: :J !IIJ: :: : t In fore the. 2nd day of December, A. l lW7. >

Richard Straus, who hat teen neietrtd I The H'Jt.lOw.ttc't'! .- .- .z s t .

i i Now is the time to visit \ ti represent uiusio. .Anin IMn-l. ; I htrt.Jyft'.ignatt'll as tinncw>p.ipi1:1: I
SHERIFf'S SALE. which this order shall ..i EXPRE..S
I the Socialist, UII.1nt l1at'tlt.k.. woo I | UpubLed! !;
ine week for eight ...ns.cut't'ek
ts high! tu the military affair f the :
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.1 i iJamestown Under and by utUa.-.f execution: \\' tnt band
e >S mv of ne! !
the iiitith and tenth llieelftenth
i the i country arc 1 i-ued out of ami under the seal of the this :hi.] day'of October .\. D. n 1 'O;.
) niche was awardt-d to Ernest i jCircut (',."rt for \OIIM.-I| County, FW- S.1M'L.It.JORD.1\t I I. th

.. Min IVhrlnz, the physician awl m-;!- id.i, in :a ,colt pending in :sad: CourtI I rlTZI; : :.\ ) .\: OATES.Solicitor :: 1 1rnt

fUtiM. and Kfinhold! IVjni, the M'U1r- I wherein .\. .\. Kl"'i-*>ii i i. ,rvmglainaut[ ; for Complaina. : 1
4 tor. eoiiipU'tos the li..t.V '. anti G -o. I I'. Jcliii.x'U i i" defendant, I'I I I
have levied >n the of the, I
I IIIM| a. property
:Notice to :.Non-Residnt
i Uw,al I.rl..o..r.ldlWt'llI 'I said ik-ftndant-mil, still sell at public: .

) '(' aad F.ffeudi.: the heir preuwptive auction to the iuglH- and best likkterfor 'I I In Circuit Court of the s: -t-
cash in front of the court huu nth Judicial Circuit of
to the Turkish throne, awaits i door at IVI'atid. in -aid county. on t she Florida, in and for Yolu-iia nEi O I i
j as prisoner, hit turn tu rtrlgu.! The first Monday in Ike..rdt-r..1. I U. V.HS7.! II County. In Chancery. nil( 1 Iy li Dll1VERE0 !'o;

Exposition.Take i death of Abdul' Hawk would draw II being the"iid day of !siiitl month I Henrv I'i..pgras. l'IImpJaioant.\rti"lI I

him from a jail to assume supreme i during the legal lavur'of:. sale for cast I I vs. 'for I i

t t power: 1'ur many years lie has been j I the following
.,. .. .. shut up in his lum-m. He has seen, | \\'it-I.I eighteen and nineteen i ii in' To \Vilheln.ina rpgr. ..I the City of 1

.. iio one but his awes, his slaves: and j i block three brush and Stewart's subdivision i! Itrooklyn, County of Kings aDd State
f I II
--- -- -- of Seabrec/e in Volusia | of New York:
his Jnler! ; He has had no 'UQ\"t'ha. county,, I BLUM & COMPANY
Florida. Yon are hereby required. to to
: f I' appear
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tion. He huread .thlll" ll\K.k. and ,
": Said property| will be :,odd to s ati fy i the bill I of complaint filed against you \ .i I\t1 i'\i'.s'i CI: :Fttl\; ,.
;"'eing/ int Nkt\I. (IlK"It I Mud exwution. interest and eo:>t of pro- I in'e entitled cause at the
tl f't- das be iui\ he !sultsu. Now helu i eeediBgs thereon. J. I U.: TURNER: '| Clerk's office of the Circuit Court for Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis 66

j i the i iI ,n the ileptlis! \ of a tiHIlb. -1'arllT I Sheriff County, norida. :j; the f evcnth Judicial Circuitf !lie 1 Whiskey.

I : 1.11.11". i |I State of Florida at gland I-IIJI ida: !"oIl') I 1\, ","\ \ II I.E. I'Lt

i i..o Monday, the isth di? of X-'Vernlx i.r.K)7 r. .... .
l l.I \' i i Loral rpr.nlatlxr, for :i :once of final UiMharge.I and to def..Dd'o&id! -uit a. i-ordiny. .e....0...1.5..... ........
anted I'a".a a"d !etall> t<>
".ok a'I'r r.h. and In- I ; to the rules and practice this c'.uit' \
\ ,. agethe t .ub..rll.II..11 II.t of 4rundneatmoo ; | Notice U hereby ;nit ell that the undersigned otherwise ;said tall ..ill. in 'In.e"''i -,. : /- MALLORVLINES :
t L.l t 11I8.(31.111& a salary l and COM- executors of, the estate .f J. IINicer ., |
SeABOARD Air Line nu..i.t. "a"I.. : d.-:..Irable but l e taken :L? confcd. '
r\ Railway etperirnc !I will on the first day of February, .. !
I ,n..i IK, .- ->an. <,.iHn.ptH.Hiinltv, for rlithtI IA. It further .rden-d. that tin.oi.ii. : i I : -
\ I .. It. iwjs their final :
i r".u !\iiti- i'uMi.h'i.. lt".stntlon ,i present account !' publi.he with. a- little delay a- lIIat.( ? s .. eY
i. \ -" \-rk. rt as such executor to the honorable*", the 1 Iaytoiia GaLetteN.sp.ILI: |,-t ted |i :
County JtIdgetf'oJu..i County. FlorIda Ihiytona :
at r Iori dl. oiice :a w k
and ask for a final discharge. 'four concutie we-k und t\\?1- SPECIAL PAS SENGER ExPRE SS
1 i -
J. T. LONiC11OICE ( ThiAuc.. M. 1"tI. 1
,, ty days! from the making of thiorli) i .1
IDA XIVER copy of the same be potted at he d-) VN-/ :
Line. i F. J. MVEUlAFl : j
l Popular I. ,
>f the l't.ur\ House of t ulu. ea County ., ,
I : I', : 'Ul"r 1 and that another copy be sent >to> III.; !1j : : 'I .1 ?. i. .t I"I! j.I..II.r; .1"UI..i.i". ." "II tl.11 ... .
:j to the defendant, \\ilhelmina IVpgr.i-
i /;
r' I. \ I/1 ERI'lt.111I/IMt:
f I : LKIrst I'ul'lk-ntiud' .1 11116.,1 I ] :I directed to her at Brooklyn, Kini-! | ''i.;
::00"1' mll""MS: AKK: l
:Motile Application for Final County, New \ork. : Important 1..11'1EI.l.r.'a.| .' nEII
If.1 : Pullman reservation* and other information) ofS. : HEATS Discharge.IB: I Iteoe and ordered at < ' ..iTitusville ..? tl...... ""'I.... its ?? tickets will|| |he auld to
'd I
::11! IIIHlaf..f l.. rtlh.. the ... es 7r
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t'ount6Judie'| I i Florid, thi.ti.I. I. 'ourt III and for A-tober. A. !It.. 1907. : t 'mir. ail I!l paNM-niffrH" livHlunI! wr iiv and l attt-ntion 11I-
t'.13)YLSr1'J1.( ) ( ) '., .\ ( i J. 1'. \ i \\,|||IH roillltt. I I MINOR S. J( XKS: I \oo-\I.: : ;KKS I.I\XK: : j.\rK:>():\viij.K. JonaT III.a.
i' : (:S :S..hwluls.ship.s! in .. t.
t of All Kinds. In t he Matir ..f tlie KIHI.of .- j Judge Circuit Court -\eih( .rid. Tinges )
.laokrsonville. Fla. : .l'lani r s U. tiroox.T.VuTH'K I Judicial Circuit ..f t lund... : 1 I"\\ E::sr lUTES: ToW: : YORK AM. AI.I.. Pt)1NTK :

i\' ............1..1111 ...1.11.111111111111..1......: -' artfrdnif: l Is hereby, tolt K\ru|; on the that.btb.,,'thi i if.Unuarjr. II'Annual : In.iudiiig.l.I FAJHM.lighthrlIttl'liItITS.11Lthn. S| ..SKA: l IS.AXI| = 'I.,,." "Jjfh tbt-:1tNtTH..

I \\il! kr I i'i: !ii, ii-f line <.if( FI. .rMa ) Ib n-afl..raI I .Meeting. 'I IlIrll'llCll' li.kctsadd l l to all Xit .. =
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I can IK- herd t will i>mkiiiT final returns For hull tnforn.ati :
'I 1 1II I the i.t.-.d.lanr: K. The annual! tock )Ilc.iol"r'] > initiur: '_ d! i--e.rditlg.ttru. ; ti.- ',tfrrrd I 1.\ .tit..r 'Jill'; .1" "rt
i .t'i: I tea ,:'iT'l' !j'!- t i'-, ,i\\a\-! U hand I.r..r..I ..-a>.'I.I..lh.l ( iiiiorHl I I IM I..1 the Equitable| ttuildniK coal, l l.'wti (1'-;.: tit krl.. .'L "1'1,1.\ t. 1.11o'l1rll".r..r\'atj"IJ.. ..

Fine Job 'ld'r"r.I'"I-'..riilm.iiul! ask t ttur lud, ''Il"r th..n'a-\.lu.I.I, .. nil.....,!.i paay. of Iiuytoii.i. u-l;!I I.) .. ;IK !jol! .It tii-.r!, r : F. .'\ I
at Gazette-News office \ I n ,, I ''I.., . a W.t IMI.V
Printing .1 t : I' ,tut t "1'l'r.\.1 ana. ;" Dual illwluirkic. l I. 'flit.lIt| llt-a "li 'I'.d: 11".t" ,> \ : : Street.
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