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Creation Date: May 4, 1907
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:'Vol. 18, No. 49 0- 8.erywk.r.. Reaeaes AU QMn.. Daytona, Florida, Saturday, May 4, 1907. But A1v.rusi.g Mtdnm la Dayuna and VlcI.11,. Price 5 Cents

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...... 'JUDGMENT OFSUPREME 'I bill seeks the divorce on the ground of!lR'EASONS I VENI = = Is1sIsUIRISIU.1.It1111.1/1.......1.Isuuaussn/1.. I
; : cruel and inhuman treatment and the] ( yC
l.mj\ ELLA : DE VOY CO.LADIES' display of violent and ungovernable I
\ COURT temper by the defendant htuband. IA BARNES the Man i
t the case of Crawford vs. Crawford 17| BY \V. U. !\ Novelty
HATTERS Fla., ISO this court has said: "Indul-t ,
: KKK : gence in petulence, or the exhibition of KKK

Correct in Styles. Personal attention to Fitting.* { the l lJed..19ft of the Lower! temporary, capricious and unjustified : SELLS EVERYTHING.( |
etersea
i irritation For the Action of the i
No I i Suutb heath: Street, Uaytoua.N I and temper, does not constitute '

... ....N..NI........N...N.....NN..N........i Court in the Ikekman Divorce i iCase. the habitual, within the meaning tof the statute, in A..rd'' ; the Hard Road
ofa
indulgence \iolrot fI'I'n; | Lilly Stationery Fishing TaLl, I'rwkeiy. !

\R'irrtiWryiiirWn'Nr'Nr1'iil' ,.'rYrWn'rlh&ti'iittiirYirrrtnnrlrWrirlinM4iiieirotiiirliitr.imiiiir,'fool', .-The .Opinion. i offered temper here In to its establish worst aspc the t charge the: proof of Contract as>hey Ui l. : Glassware: Lowucy's Chocolates Souvenir: Post. :

Editor Gazctte-: \ ''' -As there are habitual indulgence of violent and ungovernable There has been considerable : I'ards Talking Machiucb, Dolls, Toys, and Notions. :
many of my friends who are not aware temper show only an occasional -
I Miller=Strohm Co. I II that the Supreme Court of Florida has indulgence in petulence, or the i:'cussion throughout the county in BARNES :

reversed the decision of the lower courtin exhibition unjustified of irritation temporary and capricious temper, and but j!erence to the action of the board .

the divorce suit instituted against meI when the evidence of the defendant husband -[county commissioners in Will also frame your Pictures, sharpen your Saws, : '
Successors to ask that publish the opinion. is considered! as opposed to that of the Messrs. Cannon
you contract to
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I I the complainant wife who Is unsup- Knives, Scissors, Lawn Mowers, Etc., and will
PECK & FOSTER. Other in charges the made but not mentioned ported practically by any other proof, Long for building the repair almost anything that is out of whack. :
opinion not upheld
were lie wa, in a large measure excused if road between Daytona :and .
by the lower court no evidence being not wholly justified in the temporary "
I Family Groceries I offered to sustain them, but on the displays of temper shown by conduct of The commissioners claim that ..- In. Fact, for Any Want, Remember : I bQ

other hand they were entirely di"proven. the complainant wife. bids of Messrs. Cannon and .
As to the allegation of extreme cruelty
Grain Fancy 5- Respectfully, this court has said in the caw of Palmervs. although on their face not the : BARNES j
;i tsf' :: D. D. llEEK.f.In :! ..\ Palmer, 26 Fla., 215, 7 South. Rep.'est, would eventually save the ,
and Food t .
864, that: "Divorce on the ground of
i' the Supreme Court of Florida, extreme -
Division R. cruelty will be denied, where payers much money as the two : THE NOVELTY MAN. | an
L ".'..Al.LJN". NIRt>iB" Produce Products January Term, A. D. 1907 there is no actual bodily violence unless tlemen agreed in their .
D. D. Ueekman, Appellant the treatment or abuse or neglect, or : 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA, FLA. E
.HM..NNItI.NMtt.1NHNNNf..M+ w ww 'NNNNHNHmHHHINmM'tYou \ t'11' (VoluMlRuth I I bad conduct complained of be of such as : bids to carry the county

...................N.NN................... ....... B. IWkman. ApilW| )jrolinlv damages health renders -bahitatJonin !| without interest. :. riio.\K) :1i to.CONRAO \ :.
Taylor J. and unsafe,or unless there arethreats j j Gazette-News .....................................................
Stop Darning On the 20th day of January lyOO, of mistreatment of such a flagrant -! publishes
the tiled kind as to cause reasonable and -- --
appellee as complainant below i low a number of reasons! ) for the
when you once buy the new wear- her bill in equity in the Circuit Court of :' abiding apprehension; of bodily violence, :+..................................................:
\'01 usia County in the Seventh Judicial so as to render it impracticable to discharge tion of the oard I as Ret forth
proof, rub-droof, linen-reinforced Circuit against her husband the appellant martial duties." The proofs in Commissioner Mcllridw in
"Cadet" Stockings, made of plain 1). Beektnan, for di'orl1""In" this case fall l far short of making a case I
yarn-twisted t.hreads-IIO that ('ulo. and for alimony, 'permanent and falling within these requirements of the week's; ilAUf".r the lVI.aiid Hm> : i GROCERY i
the find >endente lite, and for suit money. Various l law, Donald vs. Donald, 21 Fla. 571. .
roughest wear can nu .
orders were made granting, temporary From what has been said it follows ,1
p weak places. Dyed fat and alimony attorney's fee, etc. A that the Coal decree appealed from in ,, I kindly a..llor a abort space : T

pure, will never stain or burn. large amount of testimony waa taken, said cause all prior interlocutory decrees'!i your paper to explain a few : (Smvi'.xsor to E. 'J'. Conrad & Co.) :
and at the final final decreewas herein roust be and are hereby reversed < .
25 centaa" lair and guaranteed. hearing a .
rendered divorcing the parties a and the cause remanded with directions j t) the tai payers in regard .

THE PECK-HENDRICKS :C0. vinrulo, and awarding the custody of to dismiss the complainant's bill. The I;i the letting of the contract for I : Carry a Full and Complete :
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the infant child of the parties to the rost of this appeal to be taxed against
("or. Beach St and Is&nolia"p", complainant mother and requiring the the husband appellant. (i DeLand and Daytona road, on I.
/ .. defendant to pay the sum of five dollars! ROCKER and. PARKHILL. J. J.. 1: the DeLand News in last week's! : Line of Plain and Fancy i
.. DAYTONA, FLA. per week to the mother for the supportof concur;

*........ ......... ...........+..+.................* the. child. From this final decree the RELL SHACKLEFORD.C.and WmTf'IF.I.n J.,,J.and J. COCK-I sue. as usual In the Itnard' of .
defendant below appeals here. The rendition concurm i Commissioner, passed some ('\
of the final decree and the orders the opinion.
..................\................................. awarding alimony and the entertainment criticism and n direct charge GROCERIESCLOVER I

: of the suit on behalf of the complainant "graft." II I 3
Bond Lumber are assigned as errors. WIFE'S LOVE IS
CompanyMANUFACTURERS i At the threshold of this investigation First-1 wish to say the .
we think it i h clear that the Circuit: advertised for bids on the

OF Court Volusia. County, Florida, had WORTH $200,000. and reserved] the right to reject I .1
no jurisdiction under the law to entertain Ii HILL BUTTER. i
ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER/ ...*i this bill for divorce on behalf of .ltlt and all bids.SecondWhen.
PINE AND CYPRESS >T V I the complainant therein at the timeit .
thebids .
was filed by her. It by the \
appears William H. Bramson Says Two New
testimony in the cause; that the parties ,1 opened we found them as : i The Conrad Grocery Company i !
Lath, Shingles, Flooring} Ceiling, Brick, Lime were married to each other at Home I Yorkers Alienated (lertrude's At D. M. Baker of Jacksonville .
City in the State of the 15th $
.. Ohio on
and Cement in tcwk. office Itallway and a.d Yard.ur :i F. Avrnu.M t day of June, 1904; that being the home lections!-Suits Entered. 348.00& per mile; T. N Page', $ : E. T. Conrad & Co's. old stand. : :
and domicile of the father .
J.I.HDoDd .1l III,A Uantle noa.t Mu, It,.,1UU( wiles lOUlli Of JKaUmtioo.on ad Inn tllll!. and mother, with whom complainant's she resided up William II. Bramson, son of Victor 875.00 neither of which +.................+..+......+..................++.+.T
Htntord Hr nem>r tae r r.o. Ky. I to the time of her with the defendant Brampon Ii
marriage who conducted the any agreement to carry county -"-- ----- -

Phone 83 R. J. MALBY. Manager. Iecember,1903: That she with came her to mother Florida as in a Parkinson (House during the season j rants without interest to the :...................................................: :.

.......................... tourist visitor and here met the defendant just closed has begun two snits in W. C.Cannon's bid was $ )

and with entered him on into or a marriage about January15th engagement the. Supreme Court of New York, in I per mile for hard surfacing and

tlWiiiMWi Wtt NhWi-Nlhwn t/Nii ."WtJcWJn..V.'iM'Ji twenty, ItHM, at of which and time she she was testified but, each of which he asks for $10(1,000( I JT. Long's bid 550.0(1( for Curiosity is Not Always a Sin I II IIt
years
age
A. 0. ncBBIDE F.N.C9NR4D a
damages] for the l affections of total of ) )
'......$ C..hl.r that she at the time determined to alleged or a 13050.00 per
i make Daytona, Florida, her permanenthome. his wife, Gertrude Bramson. : They both stipulated in their I : : I

MERCHANTS BANK i Section. 147S of the He\ std Statutesof Both parties were in Daytona last I! that they would carry all : : will pay you to investigate. !

Florida as amended by Chapter 4720, winter, Mrs. Bramson I laying sung,after tbe hard surface fund r

Capital .rar.a:k V.lu.le Cwaty flak) I 5O,(JOJ those Law of proceedings 1899, !in force provided at the a* time follows of: several times at the Baptist Church I been exhausted for a term of I : the prices and quality of our f ,

"In order to obtain a divorce the complainant during her visit here. :months free of interest to tho I. : f;
Personal 100,000( must have resided two in ,
the. State of Florida before filing years the bill. The New York World speaking of Figuring the interest on the : : GROCERIES # # E !
TraaMcU a Qeocral BanklRf Buttaeu.
except where the defendant has beenguilty the matter says: |per mile as per Cannnon's 'L.ti"I.
of the act of adultery In this
1 4 per cent. Interest Compounded Quarterly Paid on State, then any citizen of this State "Mr. Bramson has also brought suit Long's bid at the legal rate of 8 : i We can save you considerable j f"
obtain a divorce at time, and I
Savings Accounts.Safety the may two years residence shall any not be re- for divorce, but process servers from cent, they will get $2,800.00(

quired of such complainant." There is the office of his attorney, George I per mile, or $C9.!) Y)> per mile $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ :1-

Deposit Boxes for Renf no charge of adultery in this bill-the Robinson, No !U9 Nassau street, than Mr. Page's bid and $ tWO (
only grounds alleged being cruel and inhuman -
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"1t't.\tt.WNHNNHHNNHNm.YmNNNH. treatment and display! of violent have been unable to find Mrs. Bramson. than Mr. Baker's. i j a

-- and ungovernable temper. The prerequisite : Third-The Board realize : : :
................ ................. two years residence in thin Sate, They have been informed by S'T CARROLL
I of the complainant to the bill for divorce her father that she is in California. { utter impossibility of completing : : 1

WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING I has existed as the law of this ;; road by January let, 1908!) and] 1
State since the year 1853. See Chapter "The men sued by Mr. Bramson I
[getting a Galvanized Iron Tank., a new Tin Roof, a Hot Air Furnace, I 522, Laws of Florida of So3. And in and who have been served with the j such were possible we also : The North Beach st. Grocer.Telephone : -j'
; passing upon it in several cases: this i the funds were not available to I .
or any of the other metal necessities required to complete a modern] court has uniformly held that such prerequisite summons and complaint are W. for I : No. 19. : J
I two residence in this same.
years
Clarence
Whipple, of Whipple fc I.
dwelling, remember that I State was jurisdictional and that our i, The law gives us no right to ] .......... IIIsi.i...... 1.1.......1.1.1.1.1.1.1.111.
courts have no authority to grant a divorce Co., men's furnishers, at No. 71 I
I unless such residence was both Cortlandt street, and David Green- i warrants on anticipated funds
I alleged in the bill and established by i after the levy has I been made t 1 1
SON
I JNASH A I the proofs. Pht'lan's.. Phelan 12 Fla. wald, of Greenwald % Sons, who .I
DAYTONA. VLA. I 449; Miller \s.! :!.Iillt'r,33 Ha., 453. 15 control the Victoria Laundry Company first Monday in July. I !
I South. Uep. 222; (iredlers.. Gredler, :36 By extending the time for
Ha, 372, IS South. Kep. 762; IV\nnelly at No. Tlfi Eighth avenue. Norman
are best prepared to Rive prompt :and reliable service at fair prices.! vs. Donnelly 3*> Fla., 229.! 22 South. Incidental to the litigation Mr. i I pletion to January. 1900, it '' S. Dayton
I Kep. 648. l rider the facts as disclosedby the contractors reasonable time
General repair shop nn Volusia Avenne, nest to the Armory. the records here the complainant had Bramson has placed' in the hands of a
I not been a resident of Florida for two his lawyer a bunch ot letters and ado I a Erst class job, at the same I'
Phone 58. Out of town work solicited. years next prior to the filing of her bill gives the Commissioners the
on January 20th, 190C She did not become telegrams sent by Whipple and LUMBER.Yard r
, ............................................. a resident of Florida until after others, HO it is alleged" to 1r rll. Bram i lege of drawing on the third Je\ .
the date of her marriage to the defendant which we could not hate: done

............................................. here on with June him 15th as,his 1904 w ife., when Prior she to came that son last, winter while she was :at. Daytona, Fin: ,I wise.I !I II Magnolia Avenue and F. E.Hail way. Airs 1 'j 1
O.\RRISOS It. I H. TAYLOR j
J. !n. ;
date she was a minor and a member of I think the majority of the I II Plans, Estimates and Superintendence Heal Estate officeIV. .. ";;
her father's hove domicile I Ij *
family Win
To arouse the neighborhood to the State of Ohio, and whether or not "Bramson and Whipple appear to I I will bear me out in saying that ':' South Reach Street. W. II. EDMOXDSOX) Manager, I '.

the fact that this Is a well equipped the laws of Ohio permit a female over have been g"od friends in the past, I above are the true facts in this H:1tflll- .i, Florida Plinncnnt, nffin. .card: and residenci. ,
1 s'ore and that we sell electri- the age of eighteen but under the age (..ftWt'nty.me for annexed to the complaint are
to make choice in that :i ter and I the tax are at
a payers ,
c ral supplies at very low prices i Is .1 State of her own domicile regardless of letters of a facetious! character, alleged -, I :
to judge for themselves
I our object in taking spare in this the domicile of her Father, such law can 1 to. have; l been> written by as to
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r paper. Our stock consists of the have no applicability in this State whena amount of "graft" attached to :..", l
latest devices in all lines. Articles minor under the age of twenty-one Whipple to him at a time when he. I have realized long since the ;
years undertakes to adopt a domicile in was unaware of the" correspondence f :
of male are here as
improved J
Florida away from the domicile of her portance and, necessity of this F City Hotel
soon as they are put upon\ the : living Father located in the State "f between his wife and and his friend. and') the rf |">inil ilitv of the "",
market. Ohio. filler the tows of Florida the v
domicile ..f the Father i is domicile of his "Mr.I and Mrs.I Bramson: \wre. married taking had u..rric
I. Daytona Electric Co. i jPOwtR jr minor children and !'such minor are in in Brooklyn. on November :!.", any prupoiit'iMii that "li.t-.nnur tj-f. :: w OPEN All THE YEAR
capable Florida of making < hoice ol ___
ItNU. 'have children. .
They : no .
the Ixxiid in hi ,
r domicile here independently of the domicile my fi t..rr- -* !
232 South (Beach Street i of their Father, and Huh disability Ilramson was in Hoiid.i last I tffm. in this cajiacifyI Et1 _
. HOUSt continues here with all minors, be they _
.......j t...'............ ......N..N.................. male or female, until they arrive at the I her when he came into jtr 't'h ion of I i-lie\e that tie iomr.ui i- Table Board.
of twentyoneears.. I'otinger vs. the letters and I telegrams addressed
age
the hand
................................................ Wightman, 3 Mar. I;.7; l'ltbes"S.. to his wife from the men ht''u > o f eiprriemrd! l mm _
.i Forbes, Kay 341; Someml'e \"S. Somerville -' the. s.am.ill. be rushed.. I.. ".
Our Prices" are Right-Machinery: the lIe.t. .
Establish M Jtan 5 Ves. Jr.. 7W; Paxon \s. )(ar-
"On iVecmber iS< la..t. Mr. Bram lion as t-iily as |'*rvsiMcI
i reight 30 I- H. Ch Div. 16.V; Sharpe. CEO H. MATTHEWS
Stationery and Crispin L. H. 1. 1*. A D., 611; School son wrote a letter to his fatherinlaw I am in favor of einployiiii a !>
.ltk
& Portable Engines : directors. Jamest'atts A. Son (P*) in Brooklyn from Daytona, in erintendent at a reasonable PKOPKILIOK.t .
56$; Tatlor's Intt'mationall'ublit' law
: which he said. that his wife had 1 -- -
and Boilers, : to superintend the work and -
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SAW MILLS 11t ES"ERS. t reside this the mere intention to been receiving letters from 'manymen that the specifications are (' .a..yi.i.Ji'! i : ,5 !'!'I!WJnlJ sl J J'S'! !'. 15fi q..ErihI ,
acquire a new domicile, unaccompaniedby I F !
GRIST lULU SHINGLE actual removal, avails nothing four of whom I am personally! 1 out to the letter and trust that :
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J1ACHINES" all klad. arlaeklaery
sad mil SvppliM. neither does the fact: of rf'mo\'al1\'itbout acquainted 1 with; three of the four the road it i completed] it will t I The Seaside Inn. !
the intention, avail. The facturn et I
: Writ today for our complete catalogues. We can save you money. : animus mast Itoth exist together. Smith being married men and I the fatherof only IJe a credit to the untrc. .' 9

Complete; line carried in utock. Address all let tf rs to : and Arniitead\s. Oroom, 7 Fla, 81. familie I have in my possession but to Volusia (,mnt)'. 4II l |I.i *iJUK/r.|: :! : H % 'iool'\I.1.; I I' n. 2.i a
:1' Upon the coming in of the proofs showing :
41 Seot1ll F.U)1. S1r..1. this status of the complainant'k letters from ,some of these men. Very respectfully, .. ., _, |
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i MALSBY' COMPANY ATLANTA ORNN ( .; \ \\ "|*fiit:n>! tai: elw I IMI+ m: d! 'r th" mann -'m'nt "i .j. > : r..r .s
t wife, the court below erred in renderingthe here W.
I_ ......_.-........... .NNNNNN_ ,-, .N. .,NNNNN. .- should final have decree demised therein the, bill.but instead Aside\ which intercepted were by sent me to my at wife Daytona under, --- II. M. lUii'i I HORACE F. STEWART. I

IRtXsXNdt-00 0( (s! o! from this we do not think that the the alias of Mr. -T. Power under The lizard: of County ('" ""11,1"011I"' an,1 r.\\ "It:dated ''If ().lyrRmrtl II.-J! 1"11. 11.t..II'! ; lIIod..rn IIIJ Z
I proofs in this case justified the grantingof aJllt" ai|mintiinnt+. with lartr. n'r Irlr/i".tht rOhm" uw.rl..l.it./
ri: REAL the that which name she rented post-office; sionel'5 and holed of Education ,. .
a divorce between parties or ; iterr'a? aO.' ,' .(...+;ab 1'.atlllg n r,0.11I" arlll O..an IVr
c BUlL L3j there was sufficiently established. any box No. t">:2 and was receiving mail I meet at DeLand in regular ; '
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Ir ESTATE. just or legal cause for the abandonment ,
I by the complainant wife of her from several men. He also earshis session next Monday. (( ,,

Cotter For bale or Rent. Phone 234. husband that and the his decree home granting and consequently alimc.ny -- wife's conduct has farced him to era Potter and Crouch will :j i Surf Bathing is Unexcelled. i
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DAITONA BEACH FLORIDA their board's 3ion 'I
I leave rteepeetiv
NJoNi S ", a ,; tJ her was Alto erroneous, ;; The e a'arriiriAidayaiis bawu'ri'a"1.ilssa'a.'s1'e.'iau'iz' 'a'a'Nww'N


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( INCORPORATED ) Will Open Dry Goods Store in i River While Lying at Aiuhor. i l hlli/l' i from all others'. EaL -i

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RATI S. i 11: Gardiner president and treasurer I is a total 1 i'iss., IIa'i.r, ; ,. Suiiinirni: lilt \\'h..I.! | of lighting. For :it

I ; II C OmJillt'r..it'C president I lime I 1'lIc'I :Sun; wlmh} wa* owned for( |la.int< ill \.-H' Jir' ....v.. wlii... UpMVt ..-, r your summer cooking :_ .

I III>M'IULiniM.MI:NHlUtn ::. I il1lII'I : .. ( hywml| till .CIIIIIIIII I H'llllltftlmr
AlnuH'liil'u
sv iitirI li\' \!Icl'uy'( MM th<'rs, ill | t
IT inch Iw| 'r iii-ritioti tit re&;iiI.tr hnliM-rs... .... ....... ..................... IHMiitcHate mnlpeuly| tliMtiir" Mr S,MI w. vMlmil l Pis l get a
|1w.r Inch I"r| iiinrrlion i for l Irks thin I line im-nllis ..... ... ................I' tintllMc r' The I t'\"III"UlJ] bar "' ;uolIII". llollh I': \\illitln. Cliinkn" '. had I tlltl'1l; ) a tel lOlnl t 'a
( 1 JHT ind'l"r| HIM('rlioii for Mnglc mention...... ........... .. .. ...... ...'.... ...; II cent" 1 IHXIII uitli In r iiH'lln ilfn.l -
Milt of( till1 \lllllOII\ lilllltllllX .uue I t \l Illsli'11 |h o dlc'r'wla kd flOIII1'ltti
.\ Iliiillt I :
I.- k II. I I.HIM I I" 11 l into I .
iir\Di\: NonrL* 01: I ux :MS.Unlf PERFECTION .

r"tr line, gads luscrlion... .. .. .... .... .......................................... to out.KVILi ., mil 1'1"11| a lint( viesdry }:>HHSstole n.i .ind I h iiliioud and ut I ho IAo..ld'Is 1 INMII \ .11"i I 111.'I.i v NEW
nUt CllUhtlll101KL: *. 1TC; aJolllllr... Iirsl ol( .lnl\'. Mr lime <.f the lily was uiuln'icd, ) in the wlin4n. '111..1.| ..IMI| I..r (Inl. nu+miMl "

All tlub, society urganieslun,1l.Ige) { ) mid church noti ('s, other than rtligioui I Gardiner hag l't.'IIiglll'C1: l !Ins i. titiou stream: .ilxuit one liuiulrtnl feet .\ litter ,ro.... U. II. H. uli. ,nl Hitit Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove '
.
..services /j; cents per Tine 1'arda of thanks .r>OnH "",'h. resolutions: "n 'nt fbini the. Chemkee, nluili wa> tied 1 )i'', ;:m:. linr Legal n.h"'rli..in ..
ptr ut IfgHl ratrsliLM tI.3tintl'r 'till niKn+ shirr. > n' i>
: ::II.M. l'KO\MO\s to lair <.fTtt.t the first of nc\l month. i i at I he 1 In;J I' thin I Hiding, "I'pllsilp. snit l gloM-s n't-sir.v' ;: I" "inf,'i' ant "" Its heat U highly c.,.,,,.". .. Doe not overheat the kft4a.

No tllUllr duert.. for kind I I'-w I tliaii !"JiM-iil-i. a..1 I Mill pi: 11 X"W'UII... "..h'Ttlvlfti1 1 t I tinislmd signs i if Kprmg On always at a maintained lereL Thre a1ue. Folly wal aata& ,
O\XolllOllitiuu| _1\'"" \rry ad\rrti I .imuitn clues I bat, 'trnf f < rut< ..-r m.1i 1,', writ Dearest for
!: |1 .\ 'bull Mrs \I.try dealers our agency Cttcrtpttricircular.
i dial I III.H to I'linlu-it' th<* ht< itk jyiini' war ill l'I'1'I-I"'tt'4: 'IMtvxiin '' \\i"'r" Mi I ;: i M .HitUill.r It not at your
Will t>0 u.a.leG.rrdi'! I''Its" sniilird| I |Misiiilii( :No .1.| .ifd: |1.r lllwl| IJltm owl .illM.1 I a
than lire (III...h<.*. fur tin. hew sloii Ml the nllnfrs the l>I.I i\tuii: slid I OniH .rimhuus I Il 1'II and Mr,. M I. Huston winllollv' Mill/ _______
!No: udvi-rtLseiiieutrf ....t. lfd for the first visitors+ (n.m Djjtorn 1I.sI. .+ II
: charge modi H on di-|'> |1'.1'l a.l\...itis.MM|par.Iztru .nH ruin:liuiug; an t%'. r.>".* if ,,,..i r. of llu li<* !!>.li'X'l :it I Iuh: "Ipnw: c In .f',1) '

than .10 words to the null. ally l kno\vi in l i} ton:i, and lain,t? I'll't. liarlur, who \\cre running Ihe lit aw.k and Iliwl I (?:'milli. (1a1.1"'II.. 1 II 6u. THE Lamp :athe bat A.
All bilk |.l&ylll.I..1I) I lie lint <.f rat h lh..uth.SAIURIiAV his {Iw-fii tear'hIDg tli. r.-. i.. .I..I. .l@Y"O ..p...a r t
fully (t'ii\'<'mntitli the dry jodsIMSIMISS tide Soun. hid K'lie ashore! for a I honinext wek .
.. I rotted ho1lJt.b8l4..... (.&. :.
it is anlKipnUil I that then tune to watch the game 1here- U Ikloyhart ", ..Iy, e..ernple'iii l a nickeled. Per-
MAY .. 1"07. l'fol'lt.ntalk fr..ni triM Piecesto tli.- fr.<.ntstrict of braM throughout and DeautifoDy
.. .* v I nl*'rprisp \\ ill |IH' iiiiiintlv" )' tnrniNl aVtnt tln'('(' oilxk to prt- i! fectly cooatructed: ; absolutely sate ; uuceIW U = '
=- II. s salk ho.1 Uin ",;:iking 1\ miniIN II bt ; an ornament to uy recm.
H lei N.r,1. j parr for the return trip. Tire I Clurlokeo > g -& vtag power
:................. .a..iINN i 11< r nt their h..iur , I w;is already,1 taking till her i lit sv : :Huong other things hats i-oii.Inn.In I Ia
t nlif,. 4h.Iii.. \. writ to our nearest agency.
< < r 11.l \h
j : SEABREEZE and : ,,'1 I II I.nil will M ,....*.!.n.., I''..,... ;w>.1.1IlrnriMr | IRUi) ( STORE I[ .ii"..>.rs ind! when' she hal I rl''in..1 i : t..1 J | cheek| nil l.i4at' r fp.lit. STANDARD OIL COMPANY

11"1" -11.1' I''" ill ;-4,1.1.;. .n .i. her', coiiipliinetit was to nnke way 4UNnva/UU. ,
: DAYTONA 1 r gmt (for the I tide Sun at the( landing I Not ne of Application: for letters

.. BUACHtti I Mrs. (hapwraLul..e.. .-Miit | .iil..f the CHANGES HANDS. I Captain McCoy who i i Patent.
................ ( \\intcrlnrr, Uft l'C| iuxlitvr her h,muin was running
the engine, want) a wrench for a Nolitc i, hereby gltlta'! '", Tw->'
.Seabreeze May 1. .'a*. I*. \'ming! has Olu.. eft It I dry the fourth day of June .\. D..
l< aacd the ItrcaVcrs I>r. IVtu fortlieMacon J. t'. Huthr the Hal I .Ial" lu in i few moments use toll I a-ked Mr( I I'M)7! the un
and "ill omen (the! lioiisp al..'ut merle a liii,..nus I trip to Oik Hil Mot 1' fred X Clapp Sells the Clapp I'har.1' RirU to row stir ill the Cherokee apply to I lion \. H Urouard, Oov 'ni.ir t

Juno lth.Mrs. ) day. in e<" npniiwith :i j patty nf pro*. macy to Garth It. Wunjj, of i and, lx>rr< .w one of Capt I':IKnwoodlust ,. i of Patent I Florida: mi,the for following the issuance proposal of lfttr char'r. 'Norman Dayton '

henry IluoUird, olio hut Uuiiiccupjing |Htl\e hlljtr". 'l'ist'%' iiia Dr \\alktrs bears I cottage I trip III his l oat,1'he till; -nIho |pany;' which said proi..JlCtJ charter to
left for Crescent City 1 uoMlajMiss '. firm of Butler .4; Hotiald: his reitntly lluirsda nioiiiin .1 ..11'.11:1'4 I |panil..1 l htoroli.nil oleo. ( ;II'L'\in'' now on file m the otlitc <.f the vrrrtaryt
M',.C nf :Mate it 'I ill-ill{ tl..ri.l\
> slarlnl the :iSM-e,
I'atlirrinria\'('r, who his trtiisaitcd: the f">1 lowing stirs: UI 1 1C. ch'slrl IN't \\ivii I FI'.I S. Clipp and I < ) engine.ti i 1Il1t11 l | it iKvtorii. 1 |t.rnli! ihi Ith, Plans Estimates

I"'cnillilillg Dr. ami Mrs. .Inland. the I':. Olds knight l.r Mr IA key a 1 lot o" Julli P. V11111. uhtrtlitin' matte followed is hit ipute char, <'\('tpt cia}' ..r lay: \. l >., I-J07. ,

past!! winter leaves Monday acct for her \ alleitrvtt.. just north and idjoiningthe tint ll.imes sprang II r along side "II.\S..l:. t.vuiiiM:
tarraue't oI f the Thar
home in Long Meadow, M:t.vMiss <. Peter OUNpnjKrH., A' il"rtezf ; t'. immr Chip I and mult the II. ('. (URIIN1It.t ( : : Superintendence
the f I IV: li <''ngillt' ('apt Mi- ; .K .\BEH'JHHIBJI: ,
at I
Kelltj, her aunt :uul uncles l \v ill J. Itrown Knight; if link (by : I.) the alT ahm f Articles of Incorporation of "Ihe .
sprang < .
l hale ,>u the Monday early train for El- lot on 1'ahnetbsavenue, l II".U\, : n"ih'h; and) Orange aH'III" Charles L. lardiner Com 'II T.1I1II1Jf \ in!, Magnolia .\"< tirc -'..j] l 1'. t. ( Ua; i" /

nnra, N. Y. J. d p. Krown iHUi.ht if II. \". :-tillm.4n I Mr r'llIIg it an ludiiiu in:in an,I the. lire extinguish and I tunuil non I 1 ht undef-igU'l1llf'rsons nan v. 1 KVal 1 L.rtateo11iee: :2 t'2< Vmth I Reads %., w- TI| j.r: .
Miss Hussill brother and l MM'mtsdipartctl '- a lot on the corn, r <.f :k': l"r .ee :i\'C'IIII'anll'iul' the tire, b.it e mld! IK>! Hach it i t hereby L'I8O-
has a considerable :Kipitintaui-c in : elate them: e-hes together f..r the p-ttr. MIN1hIIN) I ;;; Jan.1gf'r. Itavtooa, Fla lWt* -i Aar.l
Tuesday on tin in.rthboundtrain. I >-tr H'tiii under the tl" vriutj. 1\'hih+ lid'a g 1 1 IMXM of organizing :i corporation under

Mss( : Ituaxll will t-ptiul sacral \\ H. lutnl aiul\ lie, after a uinUr Di\toni lia\'ing spent a month here thu eugasl: there was a mnhHtd. I'I, : the laws..r the M-iti >f tloTTii, and anti t re.idurret i : ;.

L. woekj. tisituig with friends and relati'* ill their honu "m the Hihft\, left Tuisda last summer in the state slots. \\ hilcMr j ht'rebv :I.pt. the following

in Saxannah IK fore going to htr:-untnur \ for their summer liome at Halting,*. Clipp was down the ricer on :iHe I report Awl I the Hunts{ "pre. d ur .VMKIhs:: Ot COUroKT10N :

.f home at 110utcI.lc. and Mr ISusMll will Minnl enlist'. i I: the whol,> f'\n' part: of the ljn.it' He \rlK ., 1. N:...." ;uid Place of Uu3i- .

l I' Mr-. t.Miu highKnundeilasi rectnr .thelllrkrltu.'t1reNlMnf. ., nft.TIlt' iiiiin of the cClmpanyhall\ .
tiitawllikIuMarktta: r and J. 1'. l.-h: Milieu andmothtr II. Inxitfurniture -
pliannioist and IXIM : : I.e Ihcthtiii I 1 ., E.: < i.irdiM'r Coiiipanyand ; A
Mr. McClvnalun is hating I t new !oIl'!'. bright. lift Mondafor I' but tilt' hn' sp( -"Iil.IlIa.I.| le its prineiwl| place of lU.-iiie.ss -hal:: 8#
Jock limit on IIIH watt front Messrs. Huron, ihiu.MaterJahn. ns nun >yenerallv. .' and will .I IK a'1 1p :I it too fart to mam roll !iwKtnl; ) indh beat I lb.Y.'h.4. .\ .,hl"it <'ouritj.. }'!'Jri.la.{ '1 Ii 4 ,Tr,"'1'. """"" ,.."". 'i... p, ." ..". J

))Ofst'U and Muldktoii :in d,>mi; the I H"'irtiion Kuk. Ml don \\ili\nuo .piisition III I l.IyGN11 s.IU. ': but it hlll t..., |mner to fUbli>li and 1 f
1 I!n' bid' to ilun'kxi, Itt>f. iiiaiutaiti l>rati>.li "tahli'hlh.! .nt. '
>rplaii
\\ork. I the stairway Mondatrikmg. his (vim sine,. nrtle llrM l'Ii > i IIII.I'i.1 i j .
.\. X, I'luuing lift Moiulator I'uiuututiand h< alagun,..ti chap, lorner iiid ru>- 1..1 l as t.* his future 1 1..lIioll.| pis but will': n..- wind was l I.iottink l off !*h
otlur jwuits noith, where taming a \ erpainful wound o\ir the *\11.IIIIt' "f'nftt't"" ahlifKl{ );h ...qvlrUesllre.mfllr .\rtK*. II.- \ilurf i.f It'i-ine", The Cigars

he will:! ep|>cnil the vuuinurC. ngliteie. l>rai' \'slzah1:1": Mimmoned prtibahly" 1.11.1' a vacation liefore ('n- ,| ] "IJo.lIt. rifle trnbdrn) 1 Uinetki i,f ties. <.oa'|MIIh:ill! IK to ?iilnet ,-.

II. l\napJI"( left Moiultv (..r the I and the little filhw with the) paglnp; in nut business. Mr nnd : and carrv mi la .gene. cal ''lIf'rdlan i,i at
j fct-t[ wai able t-> rcnum at the I.toding ItaineesItlmweul! < sal: and] retail tl .,.
\JinluJllcu. |\ <'Lulititif tI.ildla.od1 sn it p tot : Mrs i.1'lapp hue mile ntlny: founds .. l.llllOM.. Imlll, -'II. "X4 hIII1;' '>I .)tiWktr !.. : ;.
The eleventh grad ,.f the public :laiu. but the wound I will rrijt.iire theilivtor during their/ itMiKnco in the Toon- I :-"jiiirp or dte.f..*>e .,(. p' I i-onal pl-\ t tpirt Have Made o i
brboul will compute the entiregeouktry a '" attention for "erHl dijTh <. Tli.'n' were m..irly ? K, of th,. ,.\- )' :m.1 I nitri.IkindiM. : ..f \ \ s r\dcsinp.
lain
thus 1 .lies '.... Citiml their mttnJed lep.ut nirs-i'ilia's and I lion; and t..Iou l: >'. l lea''. all r ?tt"I ru,i".'
)'car.lllanc and St>li". The gruJuati < .a Xld : .it'tiII m''t't with will after ON 1nr.k M' .. .
ire IK- Unrnod with IIK'tlllif't'| ur olhVrvki dL1e'| .I'I iii>
]>K clans nc\t year will consist (>f Slim Mr*. Ste\'( Smith Ttutralay. May .tht regrit hal I taken: alNKini I all sin. o ..1.1 I :&IItII6U..al..t".C'l in i\ \1'. t'trrary ? A

(ifaco t-iuitli' Lie l hkwers, Lea Hurjuiaii .\ the lost nut.tiuj it wa> decided that or incidental to thi. |ln'l'U t Reputation of
thtn-vvt-re stilt
I II pos: >iblv e am f.oilyar
ami decree Horn The pupils are during tin' ummir the moiety wouklmtet "arosell or lofaMiiuiit Carrying ,.n of it l Iu:>i- '
lianquet. i hfty wine v\rre i.Mj ;cl to wilkMlher t H'-v-. It shall! have the furthfi power
m
lieginiung to look forward to the Uovef oiue two wttksMr of &
'." lit'hl'l\.I. May :J! I, which i K alua\o a and I Mr<. EUiho hate lntn Ornioii!. uli're times ,i > ldseciire pledging'selling,or mortgaging di i I.* ns fanA>r "
pleasant c\'cut in school lift cupng the 1'hiihps apartment l.vU.eon '\'t"T\l: .'f f the .T Tuniori It.i;,,ii .t teams ur to this! ('itv. real l or riersonal pn'\*'rt j as st,'unt> for .

MM WrlLrr and daughter; Miss J 'n- the Halifax: exacts to kale thi i :;. .lih..s the farewell! l I'ltendered ++etltra Time I"ncK& S tin VMS built at I holly I }any lx dtrH owed and b> it; aL- > the pot,'r :" .
tie will arrive today to h month week for Ih'ls"'iIl." \. \. I I >rro\v n oricj secure tin |1'3)'nlf'nt'of '
vjnnd H
U> tin N\m 'r .-la: !apt : I Hill by MrCuy Kp'tber. ab-mt live ilkrinle in any num. |pcr0itle.i 1 1 I.\ : 'lit*
in one of Mrs Metro*' rottigrsoual; .\ pienic |>'utr nnivi-tiug 11 1 Hex: Kirk' law to natural J persons lll''l'o.S of. the J\in Mateo Crgur i*> UUt.If
I It.y ntn-ct andwift-. J..hu Harmon I Mr and Mr*. LturJ.\ night. inst'-ad of ttailinl: rears an> an .i ka beea used prim'i irttlly .\rt t.It. III"-(.apiUl 1 sioik. lut ..m the

Mr. and Mrs. lu'.. rj d"| hl| tlwirliaink \\'iKvx senior and daughter! and Mr until their tisml lime. the mslit of'I J < u the .li>m.>ka river run durm aunt nf the capital stock ,A the: ,..>n\a.nail ..\ it.iti*>t imliistnal triumidts 8C tin! Kat: < '.it

Unuwhtrvfl and Mr". Bran, h. \ull make for-hi:;h\\a\' tlc tromt ettcenletat eserrisl's. I i ; time winter, 16I'.HIb. nuking .: iliMdfil- 'IK inl.Tin> One Thouoami Huodrid IK Ibrs:Chares, toO he l"f ;.' iHl'(\ the frt'llZP

and left Tuc .Uj' far Clma; trip| to \."\\ :s.n\rD.t t..l.ifor sat all,lair The at the Pal.1 t trips ais t. Turtle! Mound! and .,,,'at 'i the par vo.'ut) ..f One ]Humlre I DCku /:_
where they w ill spend| the Mimmcr outing III'pt'r"a given >. Ml IIr any malts of th. .. aj.i'ai :- Ma }le front uW
si choicest
; Miami I .
tm>u-> clubhouse ion:1l1y <> stock of. tins ,ronUis of toharro that uW ,
on
.h \ddie HolT( who his client tiewhihrwith MINS Mitt t' \ri\ingtou nturbfd! froulikland Orange arenwe. Corpo'utu \Ilia> i. ;
!tl,. and Ills liter l kN., I todjand nil! "|" ti :-I.eo; wai imtiin.I) I I-.r ;c.t. pa rites>.\blIII I pruptrti, ltl.":. .,! '. r : ales/ of Florida sad! .time I4md of ('imam ran piiiard. reIM '-

lea\(5tHla)' for lancing. Mull at 'karat rated with tie(' iLiss tiji.rs' of t bruuIh, tier agew't ..f (Lm: }hnn .\ h\ the, ala Irn-urporator just Taluatjou; lit I h,v' tr t.: I 1" Fut:itt, I..i i : d) with..l..| rrh, sIt : Jrf ,jr*wn w Eat OaM fln'atith. : ..

)Ir. and Mix. C, II. Bud.llon"111 p lf.n.1 !Mix. IKUilrumt Mr. and Mr;. and gold! ) TIlt tables )hkewi greenTl hurt : ') uh.'al| hut t':aV'n M. ( "usays: :: ur at a ni'-ctifig called fo: tl.>. ;, :q"| .. ; ., ...(tAr itwliiMirj<< the worM lias w\er profiril keti' i .: ',

hjxnd the sutmiicr m iVl-irul. wheyYr. r usher .\\|M. .ore ocrufmog th. Horn these' ".l.'rs and ill -v en the rffrebli- the &nn..t 1M' repltis I f"r :any tilinglike IVoperty<. .. -t'cIul,t !.bor..r paid!senmua for wit!. t:\?'. a(;.aj'.. .1..1 1 1pur I...1"t ;. F..r sale (hI all tlfcrh..t IIBR .bittrU. anti .
tlurw
HuikUiiil h. stou1. !Mfr ( and l 11Ih.. 1cN. I ,
'=I s\lr.1 tmpU'\ mtntihrircotlagr tt.gc!; < r the north t( :'tc'r" .itk .
at
11 that His Pin tfier} u just toluatiozi f h
:imoont <> -u< \ .
'n'ftt I.r"i'-; (
will I Uikwd: fir tie v.r scrvn-es t Mrs. nrit'tl l thoe \kill left( Weclueviay' aft 'rn' n f fur direet' of the ..' '
r rkti .
"a out
Langley ud i'lot <.+klreolkl : priest partatinr rp" "it i : < : TWt.ut
Mr. uud Mr*. J. E.rlin t&'n. if IV1- Mrs.I Krrr awl testily. left Tut:' liv for : : of intifallv' lintnl grin *iet'l'rk.. ii..t kn >wmg "f tin Kusslie '. lag ailed for the pup.**. : ltiZt'e. t"ll'' maul. trMollt' tat ,t, .t Fr"1I.llJ .
.Irtxklt-Teraiufhtlrt': .. .
:
I Leon >: prints, base turned home atc r North n.li.<>u. esker a 4rsant *c*>ua 1 and {gold ice" ream had u taine.i. .Theo both l"okre.it Corporation siialli.i..r |I" six; :irtirl .\1 1.-._

a "-hortisit with their davi hter Mi, bft. : pri.lt, in the I nele am whuh I'f".itifd ht Ja,,'. I )1Sjl.t : BY ALL v1LEI.

UuiVland. iMintdks:. .nHHivll. faiiiiiv and It'r\ants In addition to the member of the wa'two i s the ertahn. .f theimstn, I. .\ V --(MBei r-o. I 11.1 h ;..... .. :'
runs M. .'..
J. I \\ 'Uierl. kit M l ; lase the C.fJt.itl..n ..ltall1Jf' ( ..I.d.t :. ti: i't ,. it>: .trrtl 14.. :
( > w ill reel a clash -toro HKIV fur anfvrti. Maine. ton t *. ten m tab, there ecru and I h:inds :

. on hi-< lUotb.f."I'r\'mi.'s and will '>pt,' spent the j matter. ro.nt the t cu.hers. JiM M F.. ) Treasurer Pre ideot. ltuardJ 11ee-Prt'siktt., Directoritlier -.4v:..:. 1 :..,..':c 1.. : S. W. ROWLEY. SAN MATIO

up a fancy and tin: goals burns.. I 1:. J. Mills l ha Urn imprvtving his Brown and Mi: s Clare Wilkns. .ffiti r-. .w., :.:- and -i .\ ..:... ."- .' I"LOAIDAit
L L, Uurduk. his taken the" Cmtrl&t.tf'r hiui>nw pea uildinf hy lattM in >n.alsi Port Orange. Board IVi it. :- 'i....\ ''i.:. :i i;:'.' .
building a cottage for 1'. U. Kerr oahi the luck purl h. B. ., Mis. Ke*. f.ie Brown and I're.f.f tim' dttai aita.he;': .V.ir :' .....i i L1. & '' 'raJ' & & .1. .
>
'
< 1 l .t west "f tU rail'vtd in Pay .'no. M*. ail M-s t (w'jt. who nvcnthtioudit and lira .J.? I I. Wn;;htMr I*'Tt 'hatre: Its\' I Tl., I Lartay ..&, t-. < \t'u pat j...y:t.e':i. .: :. ;Pn-sdi, I.y: ..I': .;;1 I"U i iPrevtk'a i\:". :,. ---- 11FiIj1i r11jM i -. .

Coburu Las 1 joml lii- fatulin i one .>f tht Todd ,-otuse left !*. Charles dunliner; ami Vr*. tir'irty sort 11 Ki 1':1.: ;' \\oO..j i H ill! Itiur" ; UITiI''I- -h.! .;, t',7 u.'I: :'c''i t '.\ -

the Ijidd cottage for A mrcth'stit.. He M,>nda\' for their stminwr nonif in 'sand lid; y alt< T.. ITTU t.ftKoc.o until them "Ill ,<**.'r' u:'t. .\ Niagara Hydraulic Engine 1
R N. \IaJey atsisuxi& the young ladies ti I k led .d! !. The muss'
:-peaks if wkly. IIIMr LuiLt.y 1'.lIn.tv Fea ,. : j.aliiit : iti': t i. ;
building hit. "
on rtv tin* t.y .,
.pr\ ;* ;
'11 .'Ie'.'ion :1in .. 1'1 a. ; .. ,
if IUa.iyrlr i
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Mr!' J nrs owutrs of the run ning +tcaJypoa nest ;: a, :t tho'l fret Uond\ '
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hiss I \1ar. Ja"Ik'1&. bar l..n \i1- t ca Ttle studio, ilosed their plug tit b..- members of other .bsse ,.t t the .arKu.1 .>f M.id ]frt*.K. anItWlhl'rtt..'r on th0..:...c /; ;e the "uertr II rt'tf."If afrv4tItet Ao. .. .tq I'

Iting: Mr: and Mel JoUa XHcn" for t\,? I (ics and loft MondaT: for their h. mr IB IIDdU I "ochoi waned upon the table Mrs. iHiBots, vr., and I h, ..UugiitiUu '. date Hi date, .' th annual "s., ti"g % :sot_' t i t+ i1 1 4 ( .'u, '

lU.nthl'liSt.I"ft the latter part ,'fweek. 1\-: j ;&. Uenje" left t'ndCor ; .c :'. ',.' nmme'xer! : bt unfifd:! t.n.' !.r h\ .. .: ; .:. ; .Dj JOSEPH OS
\ftr the retosiunentJv' dammg u.". Th'iiio.r> ffien soap ,,, .
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forl\Vv>a.Mr Mrs. McKee bad Jaug_tcn eau have la I utcbef Count\, C. 1. duet t.e; tits i alt "j i( the lorpation ; ,' ::10. P \ .' \ 'I ORME4.11'LL
ant 11ho. W. 1I"lmt"liI. ka t spent the winter here. "\ this werk. ; was uidwl\.vd m for a time t'>mpletinf Mr. and firs Carpenter :. ft ..k-t u, k until three eirclrdt the lirtt eleciion10uSed -_ __ _ _

forlaaNiagc-a the :\\th. They esp'ee et kite their htvn.e in OHMn >. a milt enji-nrable' eretunc )' harktois Mich. ..h.-.11 he 'I :._ni< :v t'__$ E. -

to > t-it thar daughter 1. >. Tad \\'defer foi.U The Port trange H.. .. I, ... Iiardine PnsuJent aDd Trvaswv. II Q.A.KLOCK.c ti.l\ D.Ph E. L. STE-WA-RT
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ltteks. daoekter Mu' .i ut ". !._,...ii..... -. V.. ....,_t>-..:..1._. _. .. t" M.0
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"sttarv. Dirrr Ch.... I: 1 Physician
mattes: vi, OrUado h.! I \"wI.. Mrx Lincoln B. vmith and dajjh-: Sir aDd Mrs. Ntt test...a .._ i "'. t ., :.- liatthper. H I'. lardm.InJ F \rnr- ; skian and Surgeon.l and Surgeon fl

rtnttxl: *. 11 .\. Ix raard'j eattatr ft'r M-I *. JOb. of l ialmrstik.' has ITU ltd ter. Olaire irks of a a kTt Sunday fv* tl..j. .' .... In zombie 1.3') R. .' ,-d 'o'wtr4 erraM.ato i'i -a-"
pent a cvmple : 1 ug;( \to \\ Ph m
the summer for hu m..tber and sister.' thet.Kr. Joiuuon ...,'taje s91. the ::!'I 11h&noUAty.. \.1 trti..e1iintiebseoL. v.. flu: hig.Jist .." )fr; H."i' "J -J \ E. LAB. TB8OATATHWART '. !
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recently with }l1'I.bbatl < it btedorw i Ii hoc .
who will i\iup it l't June lt I| Uwh l(i"f thr ai.mth ..f July' scud .\'jj_ It 1" Teperted hat* d.T_.. .. .. .,:. "' :.. -W h tli.. l.:1.j r*ti')& -_. .r at liability. : p11. .4ra d r-...... ,. Ya f
Mt.I l 'r.\rJ: w iU tvi duct: hit ctengtaplt4C t'- u-t and! Mrs. Haynes on Bay street have gvretumod .xj) t.., West input." ...,' : ..,.. ;bje .'",, :' .* ..n he Ten;ar Th my( U time;.,: 1"\\ T.IX.H \. .-.et. r 1'.j...... .....

wori, at bet home luriR-s the t., Washington; D C. Mr a Etk, k) reV.me.: 1\ ::u. iNsMter .-

nu nth of MaMr \'. Smith ices* at t.'ne time a resided ...f :M-s R )-' J. :.:.-. .. .:- '. :r i : .X*:.'!.sc... rilx M1- NaieMSI Te Revd n; ,t DR. W. A. GO'E.Dentist. toad! t 5+ ana-

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her h'X1d; ia r.un...!. here be" ba! .etured .' :.'. .... ..: .ulU ;. --hotefibt'c! for by&m.'W.t
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they willviil lUe; net via tot NtworV Jame* t.w&I'n \. .. 1 Iri.ta; t Itaset>dPburrrry ...... ;
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NOTICE. .. v-.

DESCRIPTION. OWNER. DESCRIPTION H
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.r Notice is hereby given that the following described lands g c n ,; e q ..g. a y ,; a
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will be sold at auction the of y t l E i li
public on Monday, 3rd day June, it+ a < < .;nha) < |

A. D. 1907, before the Court House door at DeLand in the


County of Volusia, State of Florida, or so much thereoi as will Lot 16 C. Volusia .. ............ ..... 29 15 28 20 11. A. Hodges .........19a Lou 7 to U City Block 1. Spring

the due for herein W :315 feet of I Wi feet of lot 8 Garden City . .. .. .. .... .... SemlllNtl.
be necessary to pay amount taxes set oppo- and lot 9 .......................... 29 16 K 46 Lea Nora Emory... 176 Manufaetur-
bIg Ceo ... .. .. ... 1:7
site to the same together with the cost of such sale and adver- McDowell & Black grant ........ 46 If 2s 4.M4S4 lira. W. 11 l.'unnor.g; w Lots I and 9 City Block 3. Spring

W H................................ 713 2Swli J. C. Turner Cypreas Garden CUT . .. .r. .. .. Seminole Manufacturing

tising. Lumber Company. ... 2280 Co .. .. .. .. 121
_. of swli ........................ 28 03 29 44 IL G. llubbord ..... 14ti An lot 1 City Block .. Spring

\ Bwlt of nel ............ ............ 28 13 29 40 1. l'iewcuomb .... ........ 141 Garden City . . . .. .. Lee and Dougherty. 1 15
1 t wV<. of swit ........... ............ 'a 13 23Se 40 lira. K. li. Allen ...... '146 Lots 5. C. 1 and t City Block 4

!. of Spring Garden City . .. ... ..
seli -.0u0 lira R. R. Allen ... .. 146 B. D. Saunders .. .. 1 Zt
r 4 Lot 4 ................................. 20 14 2:* Ci1S3 John M. Hires .... ..... 19o! Lou 1. 2. I and 4 City Block 5.
Sis of neli and nix of set: ....... :33 14 29 Lum Howell ..... ... 4M Spring Garden City .. .. ..... L a. Douglas .. ... 1 t.
f. of i- .. ........ Lou 6. 1. 7. I and 9 CUT Block 5.
f DESCRIPTION. OWNER. Mh lot ..... ....... 3 15 .U1'art : J6 J.V.. Walker ... ..... 146
Garden .. .. ..
Spring .
City ..
.. lx of sets per deed book parr M. Eo Cbappell .. .. .. 1 It

oo" 277 IS degrees . . .. .. J. M. Picket . . 1 tl Lou 1.( 11. 12. U aDd 14 City
g wntbjp. e.K ; U Sli of lot 2 .. ...... ....... ........,.. 6 15 23: :n J. W Walker ....... 14o Lots Block 5. Spring Garden Clt) ..... n. I). Saunders ... ,. 1 1.
II Xeli of nwW ............ ........... 16 li 2:* 40 H.V.. Roberts I' and 11 City Block I.
.... 14
1 M; of eel of seli ............... 18 $ Spring Garden Clt) . .. ...... Seminole Masufactur-
e a = .. 15 2'J 20 Unknown ........... .... 9o ;
.a N40 of swli of nel .......... ..... 20 15 29 20 Hrs Sarah Underhill. 121 All CUT Block 9. Garden LoC Co ... ... ..... 1 11

... S'x! of sel, of net .............. .. :IS li 29 20 Minnie llargroves .... 222 City . . .. .Spring. . . . Seminole Manufacturing .

1062 feet of set; of noli.. 21 13 273U 33 Catherine Rowbkl.... 111 E 3-1 of sw;& of nelt ... ........... 25: 15 29 30 Lee & Daugbcrtjr ... 89 Co .... ....... 1 11
\ All Wiggins Grant .......:.:::::::: 13 27 315 Wilson Cypress Company Wit of 1111'si of nel except s All City Block 11. Spring Garden .

........._....... 13 9b 1 3 88-100 cha of w 3 U 1-lUv cbs .. 25 15 29 I Irving Hunter ... ..... 119 City . . ._ . . .. .. ... D. F. Cameron .. .. 1 l'

Nwli of nwli ...................... 1 u r 40 E. Palmer ............. 223 Wli of nwV .. ...... ................ iii 15 29 SO ,Fort & Reynolds ... ... Iii Lou I to 9 Inclusive and lots 12. 13
C. W. Clark grunt.................. 43. 14 27 639 Wilson Cypress Company Nwy4 of ne\o\ and net of nw4and and If City Block 15. Spring Garden -

......... lei 13 swli of nw\o\ and lots 3 and City . . . .. .. ... ... .
C W. Clark grant ................. 44 14 27 196 E. IL HOmer d.\v. 4 ..................................... 35 15 29 200 R. R. Poston ..... ..... 435 Seminole Co ..Manufacturelag .... .. .. ..
Lots 1 3. 4 5 C and 7 ......... 151
B. Taylor .. .. 6 261C .. 1 16 29 246 Seminole Manufacturing Lots 1 and 2 City Block 11. Spring ,

Lots L 2 and a..................... u u n 142 Florida; Fish & Produce Company. ...... 706 Garden City . . . .. ... Lee aDd Sanbona .. 1 Ii
All south of Grant .......... ..... ..
Company 736 10 16 29 !N Jones & Dougherty. :ll11i Lots 1. I. I. 4. '. 7. I aDd 9 City

Lot 1 ................................. 24 IS 27 33 Barney Dillard :::::: 1x8 Lots 2 and 3 ...... .. ................. 13 16 29 84 Seminole Manufacturing Block n. Spring Garden City D. F. Cameron ..... 1 It

All .................................... 13 13 28 6al J. P. Turner Cypreaa Company ........ 277 All City Block I.. Spring Garden
Company ............ 1970S Lots 1 and 2 block 2, Beardsley's city .. . . .. .. ... .. D. F. Cameron ..... 1 41
N14Neli ................................... 13 13 28 651 S. A. Baker '.......... DeLeon Springs ................... U. M. Bennett ....... 101 All Orange Grove Reserve. Spring
{ and si* of nwli ............... 14 13 28 Ski J. P. Turner Cypress Lots 6. 8 Mid II block 2. Beards Garden City . . .. ..... Seminole ManufactureIng

y Company ............. 117 ley's Deixxm Springs ............ L. D. Snook ........... 179 Co .. ...... .. I 40eta
Swli of neli and 14 of nw li.... 15 U 28 120 J. P. Turner Cypress Lots 11 and 13 block 3, Beardsley': \ and eof nwwl and lot 4 .... 7 II U za9 8elll1no1e Maallfactllr-

Company ............ 406 DeLeon SpringsS ................. R. L. Baker ........... 201 ing Ce .. .. .. .. 167
of of county line.... 15 13 28 30 Standard Cypress MI feet of w 60 feet block 6.eoardsley' E 7j Chi of IY of lot I and lot 6 7 11 II 43 RobL Jonas .... ... I 4t
neli I
Nwli Company 141I DeLeon Springs .... Chas. SWSa of nwli . . .. .. .. .. I 1& a' N Marcus X-b ..... ... 1..
1 Woods ..
.. u. "::::::::::: Lot 2 block 1. Beardsley's eLeon .. ...... 151 Lots 1 and 3 and sy of DW" .. .... 9 II 2t UI C. L Mann .. .. ... 4 II
.. .. 15 28Nel 160 S. A. Baker
Swi? ............................ 3 i3
Lot 2 . . .. . . .. .
.. .... Ii II 10 22 c. 1. .. .
I of nwli I of county line.... 16 13 28 10 Standard CypreasCompany Spring. . . . '. .. .. ... 'XVm. I'ullen .. .. 1(11E. Eyi of nwyj of awyl and .w" of Mann ... lla

......_...... 97 Lot 4 block. U.. Beardlle, DeLeonSprings owls of swl4 .. ... .. ....... .. .. 17 141 10 Ie Iaaac Bird .. ... .... I I'
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of and ee. of Sears .. .
and wK
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Seli eye ell of \0 "f D.!, "f .. . .. II 1. a. Ii J. A. ErlcluoD .. ... 71
,, nwli ................................ 16 13 28 230 Hodges & O'H&rra.... Ii Ii lets 7. 1 and 6 block %11. 10ardaley's14Leoa Ste of swts of oat of ..% . 11 11 IG 6 Eo K.
Hol.teJD .
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81* of neli of eli .................. 17 13 28 20 & A. Baker ............ 8s Spring . . . .. .. J. B. Cpon .. .. Ill Ey of wy3 of lot 4 and D U cha of 1 11
j; S 171D feet of lot 6 .................. 18 U 28 43 G. P. Healy ........... 18 uo8wy4 xy of lot 1 block 13. Beardsley'sDeLeon eti of lot i and a 7 cbs of wy2
..... ... 20 11 28 40 G. P. Healy ........... 133 Springs . .. .. ... E. A. Sears .. .. . Ill
of neliWfc ................ Lots of lot' . . . .. .. It 11 a. 11 Heir. of W. W. Lyons 4 U
I of nwli of seliSe .............. 20 13 28 20 K. D. PoweU ........... U 4 and 7 block 8, McTunmonsDeLeon Swloio of sell . . . . .. all. a. 49 a. Eo Wheeler .. .... n5
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of neli of eli 21 13 28 ao B. B. Kawlerson 7U. Springs Wm. Pullen ........... 463Jos. S I chs of w UI a.4 feet of nl' ofn.e
S e\ .::::::::::::::::: 21 U 28 4U P. lleiUey .:::::: 1Ua \\y of lot 1 sub of lots O to 19 Du- and w 1'1 3-4 feet of se 5s of

N 1 Of ne 4 and eSj of seyl and pont & Gaudey grants .......... Morrison ......... 126 neli . .. . . .. . . a2 11 10 II O. A. Hatcher .. ... i'l

net of nwli8wl ....................... 22 13 28 200 X Baker ........... 516K. SI2 of lot la. Dupont &. Gaudey S.... of solo . .. . .. . n 11 al 4' K J. lI<>ward ... .... 6 U
grants .............................. Hrs. H. A. Norris" ..... E Zit fast of
of neli and owli of .e%..... 34 13 282a 80 S. KUsworU ...... 323 Els of lot 19 Dupont & 176 w 400" feet or sj
.......... .. ..... : 13 28 40 rtjah 12 7bomps oii... 113; Gaul1eygrant.s of .Ioio of wk of .. % .. U 11 IG 2 Mary V. Bielby ... 1 Ii
of nwii "* : .... ....
Nwii .....................
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; Hrs. A. :Xorrls..... 201 Syr .Ioio of .wloio of .e' . U 11 III 5
... 28 13 28 100 6..A. Baker Eo B. Armstrong ... 111
Wl of swli and swli of nwli .......... 3wd. U 1 of els of wit of lot 19 Du
:'iy.) of sw'.. of swye of .. all
of ....... 28 U Ia: 2UII A. Baker ........... 376U. se ti U 11 5 1. L Sheppard ... 111
s. Eye of els and swli aeli punt & Gaudey grants ........ Walter Clements .. NwS. of owl, of .e% .. .. U 11 U 11
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176 O. A. Hatcber .. ..
111
................ 30 13 28: W P. Healey...... 1 6X \
t N 1234: feet of lot 1 > N'n of lot 21
Dupont & $
or
Gaudey Ie swig of owS5 . . ... U 11 ae I' Mari. Frank .. .... 111
Part of lot 4 per deed book grants ... ............................ J. M. Turner .... ... 226 Swtt. of awtr of aw". .. .. . U 11 ao It A. S. Hancock ... .. 111
'w, page 714Nwli ......................... 31 U 28 10 St. C. Abrams ..... 119 iiiinnie N 2 t -ltt cbs of lot 25 Dupont Eta of DW' or nwwi and swl4 of
of ........... ........... 31 13 28 4U AL Mann .... .. 133Sets and . .
eli Gaudry Grant . . Rebecca G. awloio of nw' . . . . II UtO: I'' o. A. lIatcher .. .
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,, of neli .......................... 32 13 28 40 B..A. Baker ... ....... 1.3'' Sw 1 acre of lot 29 Dupont and Crltchell. 14 11 Lot 11. Wilson sub of Levy Grant Heirs of Jno. Dough. 251

.A.11block 1 to I inclusive Se- Gaudry Grant . . . .. ...
>> lira IL A. Norris.. arty .. ... ... .
f villa ... ............ Unknown ............... 4 OB W SI chs ot lots 13 and 14 and lots 12' Lou IS and n. W1In sub>> of Levy ill

Lot 1 e"icepV 4 3oiiVeet and 4 15 Ji and U Dupont and Gaudry Grant . .. . . . .... He Co L XanD ......... 1111
of lot Grant .. . . . .. .... .
feet of tot 3 and o U/ feet D. F. Cameron .. .. I 61 Lot 2b. Wilson sub of Levy Grant I Heirs of A. B. Anderson -
4 and lou 6, 6. 7 and I block In, Lot 17. IS and 3> Itupont and .. .. ... .. ... 1 II
Seville .............................. Unknown .............. 201 Gaudry Grant . . .. . .. B. M. Perrlne ... ,. I 11B. Lot 13. O. N. 1I01ll..tot. .. .... 1. RobL Jones ... ..,. 121
All block 16. Sevllie ................ Unknown ..-........... 111 E 22 acres of lot 49 Dupont and E :.3 of lut 1 assessors' sub of Du-

Lo"1.. J, a and 4 block Z9. SevUi4. Ueo. H, Young ........ sa Gaudry Grant . .. . . .. M. Perrlne ..... 1 (l pont Grast . . . . .. at 11 30 22 RobL Jones ... .. 17.
Lou 5 and block 39. Seville..... J. C. Robinson ....... 272 E i.tf feet of w UII feet lot 49 Lot 3 aaaeasor. sob of Dupont

AD block 31. Seville .............. Unknown .............. itt Dupont and Gaudry Grant. .. . B. M. Perrln .. .. 1 21 Grant . . . . .. .. .. .. I' 1 ltO: 1. G. F. BerneT .. .. 1 II
I Lot 3 block 1; Seville ............ iL 10. Hall ............. (7V \V U 4-lv9 chs of n Ji of lot U Lot I. Talvington sub of Dupont

, S 1-3 of lot 12 and lot 13 block 42. and */i of lot 4t except DIu. Grant . . . .. .. . .. It 11 20 'c. J. Broderick ... .. 121
. SevWe ................*............. G o. H. Young ........ 97 feet of a 2<)1 feet. Dupont and Lot U. lUres sub of Dupont Grant It 11 ao 5 a. Bevill ... ... .... 1 21
o'' Lou 9,10 and 11 block 42, Seville.. Unknown ............... 67 Lot Gaudry Sw grant . . . .. .. B. M. Pen in. .... .. 2 11 liwp of swl. of aw' . . . I 11 ao 2' J. H. Gould .. ... I 49E3.4
.. Unknown ... .......... Dupont and Gaudry grant > D. F. Cameron ....
I block 6evlll ............ (7 1 21
Lot 4 U. Lot tl except 19 chs Dupont and : of se'k of nets .. . .. ... 4 17 2t 10 L M. Corwlll Eco... I IT

] Lou 1 and 2 block 70. Seville .... Will Woodward./.... Ill Gaudry grant . . . . .. D. F. Cameron .... 1 27 Nwt, of De' of Bela . .... 4 17 U 10 IL Eo Neal .. .. .. 171
. and 1 block 1 Arnold s Lot IS sub of lot. 71: and 74 Dupontand Sh of s 2.4 of eY of nwt, of ...... 17 ae 7 tnknowD .. .. .... I U

Addition to Sevlll ............... J. C. Donald .......... 119 Gaudry Grant . .. ... J. F. Moiley .. .. .. .. 1 71C Sl, of .wloio of aw' .. . .. .. 4 17 ae 11 1L S. \\'lnter. ...... 541
Lot block 3, Arnold's addition W S 2 -ltftf Chi of e 25: S-100 Chi of Lot 4 Block G. Vean burl; .. .. I J. A. Conrad .... ... 1 U
to 6ev3l ....................**.*** Isabella Johnson .... 97 lot 7S except s 1 rod Dupont and Lots 11. II and lake lot I Scarlet

Lot 1 block 34, Rents addition to Gaudry Grant . .. . .. .. .. S. Booth ......... 1 II sub in see i . .. . . . .. 5 11 III 11 UzzJ. Ruoa .. .. .. I al
i Seville ............... .... Minnie E. Runts ....... 11)iE. I Lot 7S w of Highland ave except n Sex0 of De' . . . .. .. 111 III U J. W. Pritchett .... 5 U
1.11 wt.....,, z.. Renta oddttjOO to Iii feet of c ii5 feet Dupont and Swiss uf swwi of nwti . . . i 11 U U M. E. Cook . .... 155

-Seville....."..: ..::.-..... .... b E. Mc1vor ......... tart G..udrr Grant . .. .. .. ... f-*. C--- tlrwttK----- -_.n.nn Uuu -t ei.. N' U feat art atm of acv of "Ioio. 7 17 f0>> So L Rosa . .. .. 1 U
Barr' addlUon to N 6 n-Iell chs or a % or lot 71 y East" .. uf ne'!. or ..I. per Deed 1iouka ..

Lou Seville 1. J and.........._.................... S. E. Gl1more .... .. 11 Dllpont and Gaudry Grant .. .. Co S. Booth ..... .. Z.1 : pase .1011 . . .. .. ... 'I 1'1 .. 1 eeminot juaouiactar-
11 28 120 ; : Wy of lot 75 Dupont and Gaudry Ing Co .. ... .. .. a.25
: swyt .... 33 S. A. 11a.ker ...... .. 17Z
Nis of newe <. and nw y; if' < Grant . . . . . . .. Elk of nw\i of sell . .. .. .. 7 17 1* 20 J. B. Anderson .. ...
IJ U ZS C. S. Booth S 49
Peter ..
[ Lot I sub of n. ................ Cone ............. 89Wyj ... .... I II
of . . 1
S 1 11I.19. chs of 9 u-Iee &W1 *wV s of HRi 7 17 # 1 Jvhnwjn
of nw" ........................ U 11:13 SO s..A. Baker .......... 333Unplatted of D chs I Bradley Carpenter
of .... I It ZS 20 lira J. G. .. a I'lOll chi of lot $0Dupont and Whiting 11
of n 4 De% Poppell. 0)8w4 :
Qt swk part! ........................ 6 l' 28 H Late SGllaa ..._....... 1:11e" : and Gaudry Grant . .. E. Co Kelly ...... ... 101 \\ of the a 12) feet ot lot f Block \
Lots 7 . .
102. 1U7 and lOa lJllpont and i, DtLand . .. . J. H. and C. Gentery, 19 tl
Of nail of ney4 and part of nya Gaudry Grant .. . . . .. lira. 11. A. Norris 151 Lot S sub of lot i Block 1. DeLand. M. Z. G. Green ... ... 1 9fJ
of ney4 of ne'M per deed 4 pass I IM Nye or lot lot Dupont and GaudrT N t' of w>j of eft tlf lot 7 Block 9.

4 ................._................ I 1. 28 E7 Kate StlUea ............ 171 Grant . . . . .. .. .. lira. 11. A. Norris .. 1 01 1 DeLand . . . . . .. Vokno n ... .. .. it
v of of seY per deed book last II". III. 112 and 111 of RR S HI Y feet of nwW of e>i of lot
Part ei4
3 11 page 184 ........................ I 14 28 27 Kate Stifles ........... 101 and D U link of lot 114 a of RRlJupont !' 7 block '. DeLand . . .. Unknoau . ...... 1 17
of deed book and Gaudry Grant . 1) F. Cameron .. I It 'N 14 feet of .wVi of t'of lot 7
Part of se'I seyY per 11. Undivided l.a Interest ID lots 110 I block 9. DeLand . .. .. ... VnknownJ. .. ..... 221
28
11 page 6QI ........ ............. 10 G. P. Healey......... 97Part Ill 1
per deed book to inclu.lv. W of RR Dupont |tw ill feet of lot 9. block. DeLand H. Brumsey, Sr..1' OS
of n sea: and GaudrT Grant .. . .. .. 12 block te. DeLand . ...
sot 1) F. Carry J. Munro. ....
1. CameroD. ..... 1 Ii It tfIt
18 pace ........................ .6 28 4 Gilmore" Newman... 97 N 2 w 20 chs of lot 12$ j K 301 feet ot swj ot lot 9 Block I 11.
of sex: .......... : It ZS 20 JUDDie Eo Reno ...... 83Wyy u'nn'J:: : i
of 12&1
1 Lot Z sub nwy4 | :
Gaudry Grant ., D. F. Cameron ... .. DeLandi L. A. Stevan ... ... 17
of neye of De" of swy4 ....... 10 140 26 6 lJarny DUllLfd ......... &1E't S 9 1&-1. cbs of lot U5 Dupont \\ 111 feet of lot 1 block 110. De-

of nw" of owys ............... 10 It ZS 20 t Cornelli& V. Miler ... Sp6 and Gaudr Grant . . .. n. F. Cam.r<>D. .. 11& I!'I Land . . . . .. M. p. Norcro ..... 11 41
:. 8wy1 of nw.l 'Of nw" ............4. 10 11 ZS 10 Miller ok Burton .. ... 0) L..t IU except a 7 chs of W as cbs I W 152}. feet of 147 ', feet of n

Ne% and Iota 1 and J ............. 11 It zs Z'i1 J. J. Bishop ......... 486EK Dupont and Gaudr Grant. . n. F. Cameron .. a II : low feet of .>; ot lot 1 block li.DeLand .
I
l of aeyQ and e'4 of ew44 of 18. Lot 1:1 Dupont and Gaudry Grant D. )1. Perrin. .. . 2 n I . . . . . .. E. L Sherley .. .... 4 111B.
I Lot 129 Dupont and Gaudry Grant N Cw feet of of ll., feet
of and D. Cameron 3 w
and Iota Z nw4s and 4 of..swyw............ae..y4........ It U IS 220 Minnie 1aL Mean ...... 6s Lot 15 Glenaood :: Dunn. ... .: ::: :: 1 ;i I| ot lot 1 1z..1S1ree: Land ... I IL Lansins' ...... 11 ISEmely
Lot 1 sub of lot. . . ... 1 17 zt 15 F. S. Fltcb .. .. .. 5 ui!i N 1" feet of lot t block li. DeLand. S. Clark ... f 7S
E 110 feet of W 22i feet of D no of S .a y feet of W 262 feet of lot 4 11 17 U 4 S. 1. Rosa . .. .. 1 U ''Lots i and 9 block U. DeLand. Hr E. F. Garvin .. I"
't sy2 of lie" of swys ................ ZS U 28 1 G. \Yunock ....... 117 Lot 14 sue of D w. of nw $ .. 24 17 U I AndehOD Carter . NL, of lot 4 block IS. DeLand . C. L. Smith. Jr. ... 1 31
1 Wye of nw4 of IW" ............... JII It Z8 2Q JUnnle Ai. Mann ..... ff6 Lot 4 . . . . . . . 21 11 19 .2 Curs Marsh . .. 1 "i UI|: E :e feet of kit 7 Tarces Addition

Lots 1 and J ....................... 30 It 23 no Minnie 1aL Mann ..... 706 Lot 5 Bracksu sob of Fitch Grant 4Q 11 U It SemhMole ManufscturIag I I DeLand . . . . .. .. Emma Camp .... .. t 2f
Unknown ...... .. .... Ilut
and Kinnells Pierson.. o 19 block '
4. Howrys Addition
Lots 41 61. Cot . .. . 151'
Lot 1 assessor. P1er8Ol1 .......... S. S. Llndstrum ... .....146 All .. . . . . . . . I 12 a. 646 1' it Allen . . .1141 DeLaadIN . . . . .. . Emma J. Klkker..1S 17
Key. of ne3u .......................... 33 H 28 4G G. P. Healy .... ........146 lndlvlded ti hlterest In se ti of asSsand tl feet of a 100 feet of lot 4

Swy4 of nwys ........................ >v It 28 40 Mary A. Morrison .....146 .. y: ofnw w: . . 11 U 31) It 0. Q Roberta . 12&Sw I I hock 9. Howrys Addition DeLand. W. 1 11Vnknown

Lot I sub of n4 of nwy4 .......... 36 It 28 25 Mary E. McGlonn .... 116 : .. . ... .. . . . 11 U I' 1M W. J. Cathcart .. 5 E M feet of w UI 'feet of n$4 of lot

'Of 1iO yards of .y'a' NY . . . . . . . II 13 a. 119 S'. 11. . UI 4 Mock '. Uowrjrs Addition De-
N liO yards W Allen 5
Land . . . . .. .. ... : ..... ......
of sey4 of swy4 ..................... 31 140 ZS 6 John 1aL Hires ....... 101 E'rz of Ie" . . . . . 11 un.. W. J. CaUllcart . 2 IN 9'' feet of 2uS feet of I3S .11
_ e Sw. Qf nw% ........................ .0 140 28 H G. P. Healy... ....... I4\ Wy of sw': . . . . . U U It It r. 11 .A lien . . 411 j feet< of lot 3 block s 11. Ilowns w Ad-

. C. "'. Clark grant ................. Ii It 28 100 L 11. Palmer ..... ... 4aNeJ,6 : Nw4 or De"2.. U'. It P. n Anen . . 1" i I Burs DcLandI . .. A. N. Mtlflror: 1C 17
Set. or se% a.d ar& of seti . U U at u. 1' 11. AI..D. . . 2 n I : i: .t u.
of nwys of sww4 ............... 1 15 28 10 lira. W. E. Botta...... 297 E a.. of. . . . . . . 14 U a. Hi r. n Alts . . 1 Lots. 12 and II block 1 Howrys >
211! . . . J.
Vddltlon DcLandE' .. A. Cara4 .. .J.
Lot 3 sub of Dj of lot 1 .......... J 1i 211 6 '\. W. McLendun...... 297a ('nJ1\ ided ti latereet Is w6 or swti at U 18 2t fiats c..c..t .. .. lIS !, of lot 11 Mock 1. Walts A4- .. II is

SJ,6 of 1leJ,6 of seY4 .................. S 13 ZS 10 C. D. Waldo ..... g Ere of seloio aD4 .w% .t -\. .. S5 12 a8 lit P. B. Alta . . 2 73 dlti-n ItaLandK' . . . .. J. IL batis ........ :t
Nw}i of set ........................ S 15S 41) JoHnnie 1aL Mann...... 141 s..io of set: . . . . . 21 U U U 8. v. Hoagk . .. 133 ot w', of Iota 1 and 2 block: 2-
................. 10 1S ::S 40 All . . . . . .. . 2 1. ae 100 P. n. AI1eII . .. . 114'
11 Net of ne' ....... C. D.'aldo .. ........ 171N I All . . . Walt. Addition t>eLn4E12 . . Kmrr Carter .. ..... 127
of and .. . . . 4 14 at .It r. R Alts . .. ..11 I'
13 cbs of ey of ne1M swy4 I All . . .. . of lots 1 and 2 Mock :. Watts
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5 I. at 446 .
r. a. Alta . 1141
n 3-4 of wt of neJ,6 Of aw%.. 11 D 28 28 R. James ........ Ul'' .\11 . . . .. .. . . . C 1. la C" P. B. Alias . .. 11"11 Addition DeLand . . . .. t*>iswws .... .. ... 27Lot
Part of swyl of ueye per deed I, \ . . . . .. .. . lo block :3' Walt AdsVUosi for
'II 21 c" P. B. . .
AIleD .11..
...__...... .. .. n 13 . . Land . . . . . .. I ',kwewa .. .
book J page 620 28 10 N. Segar ............... 17 All . . . .. .. I 14 a. i" r. a Apes .. .. 11 C' -
of of of nw3 ....... U 13 ZS Nets sad at L,t* 7 and 11 Mock 3. Wails Adition *- 2tl
.. Nyj s42 swy4 10 L. n. Durfey......... 433 .w. .s4 sa4 soy: eI
A ... Jut I block 12 . . . set; aad . . eLand . . . ..... V Batchilute' .
1-.. Eldridge Prescott and WIlliam. 71 wy .. .. .. J It a. 650 P. a Allea .. .. .11 11'
Loci' 1, 2 and 4 to 25 block 1. I I All . . . . ... .. ... .. It II 2ft.. P. B AI.... . . Lots A B and C block 5. Ricks AC.dlt..n -
114'1 De...... . . . .. .. Lr ',.l-IIII. .
0 Fuhllder audition to Eidrldge. O. L. FulIder ....... lOt All .. . .... .. .. . .. . IS 11 3. 140 P. a Alin .. . 11.. I I...1 block A. Hair AddltVt t) (3K

D: Lou 26 to 50 Inclusive block 1, +!IAII . .. . . .. . . .. .. II II It cet 1' B. Allan . . .11 at land . . . .. . .. .. .. .. r ,",' c
Fulwider 4dJIUon to Eldridge.. P. IIInwn ..... ........ 101 ':AII .. .. ... . . . . .. .. If II ae 640 P. B AIIea. . .. 11a Lot j block Ok DeLas-s . .. :\I' 'E. (' 13f
\11 blocks 2, 3 and '. Ji'ulwlder I All . . .. . . .. . .. II l' It 440 P. B. Allea . .. ..11411 Lot 47 CricMI and Harry A4-
....
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addition to Eldridge C. D. Waldo .. .. 1(1 1 .
.. ... An ditlon D.Lsd ra 11

9- Lot to Eldridge block t..'ulwlder.. .. ..... ....addition......... Louis Wlnti .......... 1011 I(i AU ::.:.:.:.:.:.:...:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::::: ::::: :::: 5 ii : ::: f: Allan Alta AtNs : : : : : : :: : ii q UtAp u L.DeLand t 4* rrlchctt. .and"Birnf. . .. ., "A. .*.rHn. \.. Dck .17

\U block Fulwider addition to I W 1" chs of the a :0 eN or lot 5. It II 3" U J. and ('. Lacy . II Lot 17 Chambers and Danes Addition -

: EldrlJce C........ .. .............. ..... 0. L. Fulwider .... I' N Ii eha or wl. of let 1 . . 2. 15 :9 11 1. W. Ltgbts.y .. 111 DeLand . . . . . 'II rc
.
Ill
uln .AU block 'ulwlder addition to 't acres III is 4 gf lie\.io per Deed Lot <> 7 and S block 1 Armstrong

8. I look :1 page 562 . . . Ii 16 70 9 \an'lie E. Rosa . 115 Addition DeLand . . . I n. iet..t
Eldridge .. .. .................... .. C.
D. 'alda ........... lOt
I..t 5 sub of lots 3 and 4 . . 23 15 3' 4 X. D Learned . tT It block 1 Armstrong A.Mitio .
Lots S to 00; block 9. 'ulwlder ad. 'a", nf net" of sw'j and e', of I..T."d . . . . (".1.- fi

-t dltloo to Eldridge ............... C. D. Waldo .......... 101'' "w' of swib . . . . 2. 11 io I" J and C Lucy . 1 C3 I..t 11 blurk .' tr- lddl'u'n14.1.atil
nil All block 10.o'ulwlder addition to I .:' of xrp: .f swSC of aw '. . 3u ... lu X. !' Lee . . C. i. r ,, \ ()eL.\n.t. ; In J. ''I
Eldridge ........ .. ... ... .......... C. D. Waldo .... .. .... 101 E :f" fed of 5110 feet of w'i ofnw'a . ar. '
Lot 21 block 12. 'ulwlder addition I of ... . . . . 14 15 7.. 2 .T. and C. tt' y' . 4. : : : t i Inn: :I:n- : :
I to Eldridge .. .................. F. 1: Carter ...... IMI t..ot I" sub or .s,1 of sw'. . n 15 H s.mln"l.t, \t l'i'f.lctur- i V: .

Sw;& of nwy. .. ........ .......... 12 U 2i 40 C. L. Miner .. .. :..:: Hi ins Co . . . 203 \; {, '1 ,1. 10: s
Sl-8 of nwwi of sew: ..... ............ 11 15 28 i L. WlIey .. ....... .... .1 Lot t . . . . . . . U IS ;; :a J \\'. Revn dds . a 73: : :: :1.. ,.,, d S
Lot IS block 5. Emporia .......... liarney Dillard ....... 75 Et. of ..e'. 01.. '. of .r'. . U IS 2' 3 Fiell anI P".dE. I' of .. .i', an-1 ,. '
.\!II Din-k ca DcLamlI . 4
Lot 16 block S. Emporia .......... Prescott & WWlams. 71 ran of ne'. of n.. ii and lot 3. i I ir, ..' b'--k It:>. DeLand 111
Lot i .......... HI'S. Wm begin 1lis and C-l' feet w and
block 7. Emporia itoward.... 1t'LA ear Si" t..k! 114. DeLand . Ie'. 9
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feet of
H section
Sl7 of of and 19 i..100 s corner bv
sal; ne',4 e I. ,t 1" Mock lio. DeLand :uc c"fnr
cbs of n'2 cf aww4 of net: and e n line lM'cti"... ran s fA decrees I

J1' 19 57-100 chs of S'2 of nww4 of S* minute w 31t S-1A feet 'n 1'I j t W 2"4 f"' of nil of b: ''klt. .
"t.
ne!: and ny, of nw?. of nets..... 33; 15 lc 79 lea: Nora El1IOry .... n:1 j degme and 10 minutes w to lake I :; t
. N2! of awy4 of seL4 ....... ... ... Ls 3. 20 fienj. C"k ............ lie to section pee S to a points i T. t 1 1..11.! 141. Det-aml . w.'e 1
. W14 of nwt4 of se's of 811'1. ..... 15 US S Unknown ... ........... 'af I tlsen.e 44 decrees and 19 oUnne'4 I. t ". M-.. k 1x1. Do-I. ,'l" 'a"c,. 1
Ntt of net, of n5t4 except w 6cbs . . i I. ,'. 1" .i-.,i :.> bio.k 11. r. i rn 2
: I tltell" to bealnsing . n 15 i- It J 11x.: nk 3 :) ,'
of e 9 78-100 cbs of n 4 cbsand or of 1. '. :i .11I.1 :! b1..rk 161 {}PT... 1 IId 1Al
Ctj awli of sww4 I U 3>> 55 eminoie! Manufacturing '
si of sey4 of nwy: .. .. ...... 13 US :":s Lea Nora Emory ... .. 2fdi Co . . ... 97 i ..i ._K. g\ Del""it..! . > nt lot 7

I i.I N4j of nw'4 ....... .. ....... .... ..... IS 75 2' fi I. A. Howard ....... :4.1 *w\t of nwli of sw% and w 4Ctvr '} \1I.'k\ :1'1. Deland . it.1

I E!i of nett ......e .......... ........ 19 15 :S sa Empire Land Corn 1! ..*t of n'j of nw1 of swH and I N's'. ..r ae., .r n.ti an.1 ..1.:: .f
of nwl. I Ii 3" !
57 f'tml'"le Xanofacturr.
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.. ,, "r n..1. "f . I. 11 3'1 7
Seta of sett ... .. ......... .......... 19 11 28 40 1. rlrm" ::::: : ::::::: 297 : m .) . . 342 S"c ., 0 .f "r fl-tie'. . . 1. 11 2'1 It. > 1
All Gror Block 1. :. 3 and 4.
, Sw4! of nwi4 ...... ................. 31 US 40 Empire land Com- 1 . . \ ,f nw''f 1 lI 1not.
Garden r ;
City :
patty ....... .. .... 171SK Spring mi--'Ie )lan\lfa..t\lr.. \'I-: ; .,t' e'M.ri : : : : : : : N' i7 I IE
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lag C. . S 4/ ,
of n'i of awl: and nw3W of 1 W 1S feet of a ITS lee e< Ut 2 :.I .,f nw'. n r set. a.d nett of
seta of aww, .. .... 22 15 25 50 Rtrney Diliard 1 6Syj Grove Block C. fnrtez Onracn ";\ '. . . n 11 30 7 i M'Contlmfl I
of nwy4 of set :::::::::::::::: 23 15 79 20 rnknown ..... .:::::: :: 4; ('ttr J_ Doughertr . 4 tt Eli :5T. .1''''. chs "f w .-i of ""o'4 of

Lot 33. Lungren .................. 26 13 25 It Coatat..s de ToMIN AH __ school lot Grove Block aw t. . IS 11 1'1 ant \r :

Lautrec . .. . 1 :!(li 7 to J) incl....... Pi>rIDg Garden .',t J block 12 Wlnnemtwctt pack Lars A t .

Lot 9. Yolusla ....................... %} 13: :S 2! Rebecca Dl1\ard ...... !!bLot CUT 8mlno| ManufacturIng -

10 A. \'olulla .........._._.. 2J: ISS 11 Barney Dl1\ard\ ....... I ll. Co . . It 71 e5 last pet'1


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I Facts About Mango {;u1ture. {j I tare as wide u life. It is not an ad:

denda to the time worn system of i
: Prof. P. H. Rolfs says "From my
r = arching any more than sticking pump..:
F experience in this matter of mango -

DESCRIPTION t. OW ER."Q DEStRiFT10N. li OW ER. i culture, I am inclined to believe that kins seeds)n com hills in my boyhood

:: 'i ; ,,"urn :: 'i. -c "u3TJ we shall have to adopt methods for was inarching. I met this marching
c g idea at Miami not long since and bad;
: O O the propagation and setting out of
i I B r described as the Gale Method
F : different it to me
< H wContinued these trees that are radically

i from those practiced in setting out by one of the most practical. horticulturists

( from page 4.) n. Segue Great .......... ....... 31 Zit n 1423 ". D. Taylor . .. as 60a8 trees.1t After experience in the state.ow IDJ-
fraa .... ......... . .... .. 1:1 33 :392 I'rItl'bett .. .. 111 citrus twenty years -
Ix>t 2 block 3 tub of lot 4 block 5 th. . .. ....... .. .. .. ....... S 21 13 "I I"rttcbeU Dros . Ii $3N. and hundreds of trials alongall friend, I replied, you are entirely ot
2%. Dartona ... ... ... ... .. .... M. E. Thomas ...... 11' ... .. ...
!: and cli .t aer4 ... S U u 2N Orange Drlt tI S. O. lines Somebody has humbugged you. After
Lot t and 3 I
4 block accept
sub of lot 4 CO . . . ... ill conceivable fully
block 12. Dayton . .. .... .. Gee 'Woodsou .... ... 1 (3F An ... .. .. .. .. . .. .. . .. ... 11 U 33 640 Prltl'bett Bros C. .. la II this far reaching utterance. a few words of explanation be impulsively -
Lf>t S thick 3 nub of lot 4 block All .. .. . .. .. .... ......... n u U 014 l'rltchett Broe Co . 13 11An '
"Why
exclaimed
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i: PaytanaLot ter Jones .......... 1 ItJa Mr. Lunan writingof ,
1.. block S sub of lot 4 block .. . . .. ..., .... .. .. 11 21 U 64e J'rltcb..tt Bro. Co . 13 U As early as 1814
3!. Daytona . . . .. .. *. Adams .......... *'I IE s-. .. . . . . .. .. .. 11 21 U 45. Frltl'helt Bro. Co ... 11 4. mango culture in Jamaica said, tan do that. That is, just at this ;
Lot 11 bl-Kk > nub of lot 4 black 12. .., anti eI4 of I..rt .... .. ..... 23 U U 440 l'rItl'hett.Broe C. ... f 27An of the work, what we really
Daytona ...... .................. Gilbert Adams .. .... 11' j. . . . . .. . ....... :. 11 II 644 Prltl'bett L'roa C. .. 13 II "The tree does not transplant we1L"Time stage
tats IS and 11 block 11. Segul Grant .. . .. ... ... ... 27 21 3a :47 %A'. 11. Taylor . .. i.' I has proved that if this simple want It has surely come anti| a few
3 sub Of lot 4 r..... I. 2. 3 aad I . . . .. It 11 U lie At. D. Taylor .. .. 1..
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block! . j benefits
Lot I block 32. Daytona 4 sub of lot 4 block 1". Cr...n .... .. .. ... 1 I] Lot I block 2 nb Of let 3 .. . 4 17 If J. C. McCullough. It I fact had been early heeded it would are slowly reaping the of it.

3:. Daytona . . . . .... Ida Tounf .. .. ... 1 11I.ot Lot.. 3. 4 and i block 1 nab of lot 2 4 17 If J. C. 1cCulJough .. 1 55Int. have been worth millions of dollarsto A few more facts will have to be left
11. 3:, n a.d U nub of lot
in block 4 nub of lot 4 block . . . . ... .. ... ... for another time.-Rev. Elbridge Gale '
3!. Daytona . . . ... E. Rosa Harden .. 11 1 and 2 f 11 3. J. 1L Hawke t 2II.n this western 'world. i i, -
2 block 9 Corena Beach .... 2t. L. Folkalrbt . 3 1::
\V 4! feet of a 2W feet of 1 in Palm Beach News.
feet of lot 1 block n ". Lot I block I"+ Coronado Beach .. C. 11. r.ltoD .... ... .1 It is now worthy of special note
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31. Daytona Morla .. .
SchulU J 57
W l fI4 feet of .c 170 feet s of canal 144 4 block IS Coronado Reach S. P. Dlake ... ... IfSI that the authorities controlling the i I

block Q. Daytona . .. .. ... .. ot kit I block IS Coronado Root Pruning Citrus Trees.
W UII feet of lot : block 37. Day RutnV. Goodall 4 05 earil . . .. .. .. .. .. ... L. V. Wadklna .. 1 12Sy government gardens have come back Probably many of our readers, who )

tnna . . . . . . .. Inc S block U Coronado of this
Art of H. S. Coleman 1 IS to a practical recognition very articles
E it f .et of lot 17 block 49 fleachIS' . . . . .. .. .. cDrtde k Bond .. 1 I'I..t have read the various recom
Day tics U. .. .
of F. Click 7 IS
tona. . . . . . .... R. W. Thompson AgU 11 4* 6 black E Coronado Peach Florence Richards ... IT important fact. This they do by simply mending the New Horticulture hues
Lot :5 block 4) ... ... Lot 5 block 1 Coronado n..ch Nut Clark ... .... n that it be
Daytona IL M. Belt . .. .. 33 SO proposing to plant seedling mango d to themselves might a
Iota 1. I and 3 block A nub of lot 1 1& 17 II Caroline H. coward 1fAll
W In feet of lot 21 block b0. Dayton : block C nub of kit 1 . .. 11 If 3. A. How.rd .. .. .. It trees in orchard form and then when good thing for peach trees but would
. . . . . . S. 3. Caldwell .. i It Lots I. 2 and 3 . . .. .. ... I' It It 347. 11. L. Childs .. .... 11 05 not work with citrus fruit trees. This
E 41 feet of lot 17 block 50. Day- well established them well
boa . .. . . .. .....L G. ',"num. .. .. 11! '1 Part of .Si of nw1: per Deed Book budding as week we give you an article on that _
Lot 1 block 51. Daytona 17 pare i... . . . .. ... n 1f It i lL F. Clark . . 4 23 as old trees also. Thus they practi of which
31ar,.. A. Rogers .... 4 05 very branch the subject, was
into 13 b''l'k 4 I'owJI"n..n
ii'kSi 11. II and -
N lof lot 1 and I .
Daytona . .. . . . .. D. ". Hawker .. .. 7 OC Beach . . . . S. L. lone ... .. .1 cally set aside the time worn methodof written for Farm and Ranch by the
I** 1* block $I. Daytona .. .... J. J. Sutton . .. > 27 449 i and I lock S. I'owh.ttanlJee inarching. (See original author of the New Horticulture -
lot S block SI. Daytona . ..... O. Wearer .. ... .. 141 <.oh . . . . . ... G. W. KIiOX ... .. .. .1 government report ::
Lola 7 and 1* cub of lots It and IS Iwna t.1 and IS Mock 9. IbxhattanIteacn 1903 page 233.) When we come
block 5% Daytona . . ..... C C. Wearer .. . .. 3.2 . . . . . ... O. J. Hili . ....... .1 to place this Mr. Robt. Baird. of California, writes
Lot 1 block 2 tub of iota 1* and Lot 5. Ienddl Hom..tea.1 . . 33 11 It It A. and IL 1IItcheU ... i 49B proposed method by the asking that we secure Mr. Strbgfd-

1}; block S2. Daytona . . G. Wearer .. .... .. 3'! 3-1 of tea feet of Mt 5 block 4.lloliltbertT side of our own experience in planting low's opinion on the special point of
Lot 1 and 2 block 3 cub of lots I* New I and li block S2. Daytona .. . a Wearer . .. .. 2 2SanVI t 15. tlnneCan New mTna .. H. Low. .. .. .... 1.6F seedling, inarched, budded or root pruning oranges or other citrus
Lot 3 block 4 nub of lots 1* and : 4-5 of lot /. Browns New Smyrna. Fllra A. Brown . 2 47L't grafted mango trees the reason for i trees in transplanting.} We have the '

IS block S! Daytona . ....... Grant .. .. .. 4 tG 11 block : Sheld..s New ,Smyr following from Mr. Stringfellow:
Lot >. Smiths sub block SJ, Pay- na . . . . . .. .. Lena Green .. . .. 151 this action is obvious. The only
tona . . . . . . . J. K. tVHHanu .... I 33 Lot a block r. Sama Sew Smyrna. I': L. Robinson .. 4 21 is why could have, "In reply to Mr. Robe Baird. I win
thought
Lot 4 block 1 Walls cub In blork 52 Lot 0 block :. Loud New mrrna. Fra.cis A. Smith . I 15I..t we not uv that all citrus trees can be root
-
Lot 41 block I Walls sub In block 51 E. Woodward .... ... 1 33 41 G Aln..a crallt In . 112 IT JI H 't'nknewD .. .. . llCS I seen this fact before. pruned with the greatest advantage.
Lot 1 block 2 Walls *ub In blockS 1691 feet of Iota 276 and 277. We find reference Naturally they are all very deep rooting -
:. Daytona' . . . . ... S. T. Values .. ... 1 41tVm. lfaxka pork . . . t'nknown . . .. 113 I by to these Ja- from seed and
Lot 14 block 2 Walls cub In block :u and 241. flacks w1 .. Alta A. Merrill . 1 33S9 maica Reports that it took our Insular rarely attain the

5%. Daytona . . . .. .. Green .. .. .. 163 feel or n In6'l feet of lot 276. size and vigor of seedlings when
Lot IS and 1C block 1 Walls tub tla..k. park . ... . .. .. .. t"nknown . ... .. 1 21 neighbors almost a hundred yearsto transplanted with long fibrous roots, "
In block 61, Daytona . . .. S. Grant . .. ..... II: : IoU of x'= "r Deli and lot 6 per learn the utter uselessness of spread out laterally. after
Lot 34 block 2 Walls nib In block 3oeal took 44 pare f9. . . 2 U at I Inlh.fnelr . . 161 Shortly
5%. Daytona . . . .. .. Lula Thompson ... ... 105 Ne'. ef lot 5 . . . .. . 3 U U 44 F. E. Robertson . 111 seeking after choice mangoes from announcing the value of root pruning
Lot 4 block 3 Walls sub In block Se'. of say . . . . .. 11 IS 31 41) lIele" orrillOn . 123 seeds. in Farm and Ranch many years ago
5!. Daytona . . . .. ... Q. 5: Seaman, ....... S ItCeo. W If chi of n a :fy,-1" of Jane planting Fortunately our several Florida "
in and
Lots 11 and :" block 3 Walls sub purr, grant . . . .. .. 41 11 34 Ice W. 1'. Taylor . .. 4 II Florida people learned this fact in parties Arizona ,
In block S3 Daytona . .. ... Alexander ...... 1 02 S 5 16.1.6 chi of D U .1" etasS practiced it extensively, and when
Lot 3 block 1 Green sub In block Jane blurry grant . .. . 4t U 31 u W. 1' Taylor .. .. III much less time. \I the trees were well grown wrote me

53. Daytona . . . . .. Jno. Cuthbert ...... 4 OS 46S We find in Report for 1901, of their great success. All of them ,
N S S fret of lot 8 block 1 Green sub .. ..-.... :2 U.lljt chit. Jane Marty grant 4t IS U 237 IIrs Wm McCabe . 11 44Jmt page -
In block 53. Daytona . . .. J. H. WilHams .... 11 71 Gaunt grant . . . . U 11 U 2:1 Stewart end Ely . U It 164 that the process of inarching the I had also set some trees with long
Lot 24 block 1 Green sub In block All Fral"l . . . . . IS It it 'I W. 11. IL Gleuo" . IC roots but in every instance they proved
S3. . . . .. .. .. mango was commenced in 1874. This
Daytona roily Jones . . S 52 'e'! of IIW'": n. of RI e"t'I'rt .a :2 far inferior in vigor and productive
Lot 13 block 2 Green sub In block tat . . . . . .. .. 311 l' 3. 2 1' P. llardn. .. . i 1. method has been continued up to the I ness. I also tested icon the
53. . . .. . common
14 DaytonaLot .. a Manuel HarrroT .. 1 15 ]orkspl..e .nd Fouchard grant . 43 It 3' 339 t-nknown.. . . U SO present time and distribution of these I sweet the Florida
block orange stocks
2 Green sub In block 0 134 of w 2.3 of J. II. llelntosh U It some

53. Daytona . . . .. .. .. Clara Jones .. .. 1 I* grant .. . . . . .. . U I' II IUS t."knewn .. . . 33 IIIr..t inarched trees made to planters over and Citrus trifoliata at Hitchcock.The .
W 15C of lots 5 and C block 4 Green ...a.a.- I . . . . . . . U 11 15 3'1 t'nkwa . . . 155 trifoliata, if root pruned, win
aub In block St. Daytona . F. M. Smith ... It 7$ Inc 6. EM..a . . . . . 27! 11 1& If 3. C. Dkmert . . 1 53s"t"rn. the island. Up to the present this strike a new root just like seed '
Lot S block 4 Green cub In block .... ..rle' . . . n IS 15 "rllkDOwn . . 1 21S covers a period of thirty-three lists tap a
S3. Daytona . . . . . romp WiHlams . 4 05 1"5 feet or a 44 ft ot lots 'I and sometimes several Of course the .
Lot 9 block 4 Green sub In block e4K. ail 1" Oak 11111 Statlon . . I U II L. II. Maker . 1 S Ir. of varieties of mangoes grown in various too of the orange trees must be cutoff
S3. Daytona . . . . . J. IL1 lams .. : 6 2* .... IS Its-mmn l12t..n Oak lull A. Jordan ..... ...... U parts of the island but there is about a foot above ground after
Lot 1* block 4 Green sub In block S %9i feet ot w :n feet of IIW" of

S3. Daytona . . . . .. F. M. Smith . .. 3 W tlW% . . . . . . SItU i So F. Montgomery . 101 not an allusion in all these reports to planting but this is no loss for new
Lot 21 block 4 Green sub In block ran[ Dr 't I per 1.1 flack 15 age round symmetrical: heads will soon

63. PartonaLot . . . . .. Ben CooOHn . ... 4 66 h5 . . . . . . .. 21 U n 4 Unt. C Sanchez . 1 Z4 even a single grove of choice inarched form, which if let atone, will bear their k
24 block 4 Green sub In block Lit II w Pablo p_.tl. Irrallt. . S .l J. trees. If there such
\I"nt/f"merr. 74 mango was a fruit
12. . . . .. .. evenly all around on the outside
Daytona Rebecca Brook .. . J 12 lAIC Ii w Pablo palette grant . I J. 11. IAtette . 96,
SV4 of lots s and 9 block S Green ....... I.&U 1 red 2 . . . .. . It It Ie 143 W. II. Taylor . . 3 15 thing in the island it would not have where it can be easily gathered and the

Lots sub 11 In and block 12 SI.block Daytona S ttreen. .. ..sub... F. R. Taylor ..... .. I S7 D. P. SMITH been passed by in silence. But we do ground will be completely shaded and

In block b3. Daytona . . J. It WWtems ..... It tS find reference to solitary trees producing mulched by the fallen leaves.
Lot 4 block IS West end sub of "The largest and handsomest

x.'iat-: oral 11abi .' . & F. and A. Watson 1 (3 Collector. choice fruit. One of these has tree I ever saw was on Galveston orange Island .
k' : ;.
< si TVI old and
tona . . . .. .. .. .... Sunshine. grown yet not an allusion to shortly after the war, and the
3. It D.tt. .. .. I. i .
world- ;it i- ,6..rc.., t1hn h... ........_ an effort at reproduction. One gentleman owner toM. m* that :t. Imifo fat ?.,..

'''
Lot I of r -
nub lot 1 block 51. Day.lonn I -
. . . . . . .. L 3L Coleman .. ... : 0. I The power of a sunny fUl-l man I j i ed on lii who has become cynical.; : has sent three times to India for I touched it The lower limbs drooped
'
rata 1 block lo. 11.U. 12 DnT'tana and IS. .sub. ...f...lot.. It L' Pratt ... Z 29 I who carries swishme in his very press ,' and who sees only the cracked, the I choice varieties but no intimation of upon bush the with ground bushes an i immense

Lnta n to 21 sub of lot 1 block U. once. to transform the most trying ugly, the discordant and the baL effort many of Ins- >
. . . . an for reproduction. Where cious oranges in '
Daytona .. .. .. IL E. Pratt ... ...... 165 hanging clusters all
s u Art of w 1115 feet of lot 9 situation in life, to light up the way j Cheerfulness is a sign of .sanity. It j| are the trees that have gone out from around. As to the form of root prun ,

let block a 54.sub Daytona of Iota 1. .$101. .2..block. ... 3L rh r'-r ... . f e2 even in the darkest gloom is beyondall i is the person who has no laughtcr, no j;! Hope Gardens for more than thirty ing if the trees have ken transplanted -

5S. nart.na . . . . .. Ida DIIIIukr<1 .. I 62 power to compute. I fun in his nature the I't'TSonh", becomes 1 years? I might be in doubt for an answer in nursery rows they will when
Lot U IIlIh or lots 1 and 3 blockt dug, have a mass of fibrous lateral

;. laotona . . . .. .. Q.III.1.tl... .. .. I" The world loves the sunny soul morose and melancholy, whjis if I did not see the same condi roots but no deep or tap roots. Such

Lot S; n Daytona sun of: .lots. .1. .and. .t..block. . )1. Oats . ... .. II' the man who> carries his holidays in I i in danger of losing his balance.Success. .- I tion fast working toward the same trees should have one or more of the

'V :+'e feet rf n 131) feet ot lot his very eye; whose face is a pleasureground. ends within a few miles of my own strongest vertical roots left cutting

19 block 55. Pa .t..a . .... n T. $STad . . In The the home here in Florida. It is them back to four or five inches and
of
s lun fort .t a ::2a feet Ar "t ISMork magic power sunI a sad all side

55. Daytona . . . Go \\. Oelg6r . . I K shine man to transform the most try- Household failure and several causes may be at inch. But or lateral if the roots to about one
S Inc feet or n :all feel or let It Notes. trees are seedlings

block N. Daytona .. . ... .. .. S. farm. .. .... 111 I ing situation in life is worth more Add alum to the the loottom of it. bat the essential one and never moved before, they will
S .0 fret of n IS' feet or let fablock than 3 fortune in money. There is a II paste used in scrap that needs to be noted is that the have large tap rots, sometimes e\-.
55. Iralo.a . . . 6. n tNlSIU .. .. I H books and it will keep the moths out of eral to a tree. These should!
Lots 3 and 4 cab f1f tot 3 block great medicinal value, also, in good work is expert work and demands be cut

$C. Dartona . . . .. .. 3. A. It."u..Ir. t 52 cheer. A patient has a better chance I\ then. special arrangements. If the novice back about like the other and the
I
let 5 small fibrous
sub or lot S
block N. Daytona Rub the roots also clipped
. . . . . .. .. h 11. Rogers ... I U of regaining his lost health if he isj; backs of old paintings with .i don't believe it let him try his hand within an inch of the main to
Ink 4 Mock, 60. Daytona . . tfeIn ., T. L. 111W 3 n | oil of cedar to protect then from injury with such fixtures he rake \ the trifoliata a, roo''liere
S i. feet td )1.anJa or let 6 block 1 cheerful and optimistic than he has ,, as can out stock is used it

'l'. 210)10114 . .. . .. .. .. U. ". was . .. 4 06 if he dwells! on his pain. by insects. II' of his trash pile. is very important to have the scion or
lots s and pub .r loW .. J aadi Add I budded of the
I a pinch of soda in part tree above
block Ii. Itiyloaa . .. .. .L Glua .. . . i I' Whit a wonderful thing it is to be m water Again the Report of 1901 says, ground after planting. the
Lot n: feet by It' fed s lets which fre h-cot flowers are put and "Experiments in have been to prevent it
or Iota I .Dd 2 blot 61-Daytwa It Y. l"'aq .. C 21 We to carry one's sunshine with.on, |i they will I budding from striking roots above the union
.
keep
Strip a of a at and a or 6bet 6i. to cast a glow of brightness and ;joy longer. I, sncce .: .ful. so far only to a limited extent and thus establishing itself its
I'ultuaa . . . . .... j on own
Go n. lung .. roots. This
E lal feet or lot 1 block 6D0y- 113 upon every condition of life! The i Do not stretch table linen bat iron I at the Hope Gardens. Experiments greatly I lessens the birdi-

tuna . . . ......... TMs. 01ama. . . S II power to transmute gloom! into gladness i; while damp, and press until quite dry; in this direction will be contin- Ness of .the tree as I know from :xpcrientt. -

W blutk.i ft Ii'. lultwa of a 27. .feel. .ss. .WI... 1L IL tl----.... .. 151 the mirth-provoking faculty is i;i I otherwise will be too: limp. ued to determine several points that should be well Of rammed course, to the bring ground the

t:two t.:,. fact. .at. .lut. .;. .block. . .;.....Days.. ... S J. 0. Johan .. worth"Cr.thing to the youths who I I .\ little raw linked oil rubbed upon are not quite dear." Then again in earth into close contact with the! roc:
I
lot ;: sub uf a 'a If lot a block i I. sa are starting out to make their in I a stovepipe will stop rust: cover the the Report of 1903. page 253 we have stubs, but if it is moist there is no
1... ..... . . way ]; ;
) .. .. .... .. necessity for
i. IL W..... .. . I" this statement, "Experiments have watering. No tree is
the world. with little
S : life places
(vat of ea of lot i Week IL They pass through a blacking and polish.. more

E l'oi lso too fOll"f,t .let. .S. .a. .vr. .taut. .. ..blsek. .. I'Wn7' burry . . a G with much less friction: they carry a j. There is no better filling for needle J i| been for some time conducted at the if easily the tops transplanted are removed than and die fw orange

11. Laytaaa . . . .. 131tsa Aelssle . J U talisman that will make them and pin cushion% than sheep's wool[, as i I i Hope Experiment station in budding that will stand more droath if -oat
E :.e fact vi Jut I btuck 13. Day I-I i resulting at last in Then pruned when set"
t...... . . . come wherever they go. its orbs! qualities: prevent the needles success.
-.s. tftsntas ....
N' ) of fat : block liaitaa. a.f / follows a carefully detailed
11. .
statement
S W. a 13U S1. . S U The determination to be kind ;from nhting.
l.;' f.d d lot Ie $11b nab bt I Poultry Notes.
blo..k : '......... helpful be cheerful : of the method of budding. This meth-
Daytl.a .. . to every one. to '
E3lIS Tlsa . . After the l'bentySr
own I block I .1Ita of Lot 11 blast II fa j I carpet is tacked down. if od of budding does not concern in a dozen eggs sell for
and us the
.I 4.01...."", Urtana . . 4. L. Lwls .. . 2 IS optimistic no matter what nines ''it "liberally :prinkied with salt and I Florida. If we are to have price bf a pound of butter the
L.t s. block I ask or Lot 11 blurt to as. i is one of the noblest of ambi-l j} with budding man with the hens is ahead
J .....n.... lI&J"'UAa . . . -wept a clean broom the'colors I believe we have a better method of tilt
let .I" block I ad or tot II Week 11:11&: .1bca . . 1 35 ti on;. The persistent effort to gi>e ;i wI: be brightened:! wonderfully. which man with the cows.

3 t .das.na 11- . .. ... . . every one a lift. whenever possible, to is already Riving us good results. Ventilation is afc l
spa Perry 113 tely
Lot II block I Sate tea leavo for It .ecessary
aub vi Lot 11 black |j washing varni>h- has sorely given us the first
4 Colawaaa I'4)ta.a . . . tart to radiate sunshine cheer at all tones, and particularly ia
"kCU Uuward .. 3rd paint. When so
L"I 1& block J sub vi lot I. M.ek 1 $1 make with whom !I sufficient [leaves have 'samples of the Alphonse Mango produced warm weather.
everybody
we come
a '.0........ lJ.t."ta . . ; accumulated: Drafts however lie : _
j ,
lei ..i l block S .\ T...... . . 1 62 in contact little better for the steep them for thirty on the western continent froma often fatal to fowls
--ana a conj j even In !oumw1f.
lIaJ'"a". surd . . 1 is minutes hi tin .
l..t a vessel awl loaf
U theft
let t Moak black 4 :3 tuldraua II0yt a. C. W. "'..... . . 2 f2 hpc. g'>.\.1-.111.! to scatter flowers :| strata year old bad. Inarched Ai- To cure hefts of the egg-eating h.d. .
tolyaana through ie\e. Thi-
laytuna a
c. W. "lUte 1 17 > water will give i photi e Mango trees it makv: ,
W 3";! fast of 3.40 feet tO W a- 1h' ol. ,mg. to enjoy; each !day tojHvi : imported from :-irv .t tlur. grould

N" 4 .blink:I tact 4 of CoIe w-taw ana fad tayl.sa at 14. .15. t. ". "'bit" . a 47, i''v present to its utmost and not i varnished than paint a newer and fresher appearance India have stood for fifteen years on miMar.l l .?01! rt | 1'\'I"'r; adding

loin'k 3 IUC", lI..ytona . .. .\ ... Robto . . a. wit I for tomorrow before we begin a washing with soap and'ater. I the island and produced no fruit ens"Ict: ) \.It.T : 1..1 .. 't...t'r;. those

Lot 1..1.:1 11:.to'UIa.Nutk.:. a. .lklbse.e. . ..Qralit. .. 10 11 U U H. .n. ..a Ii" '" enjoy-this it is what opens wide the w J The mango tree is a very rank egg 't t !II" .. ., end put in the ben
star, Y.
t
11' t.. fIi and .i A. &a1L. . \1..8111014 ? It i,> well to bear in mind that I !huht5nin
Itch. F' aright 9. ; : > iat>pnes.II : ants I grower. Trees are reported t4.metimt's ,\ have ,
t..t I.a. BLoke . . .
.. .. .
...., Hear .c.r :N Junta .'; ,, 'j will: not remain in : i tel! their
; damp ; fowl
I and : ea .t Oar ""'"A. D Buok i >;> n. a tju-tion; of- heart and places. If they j !> in the Island sixty feet r.f wWn a disrae -

14 pao.:6.; . . . . : II ; .., .. It jfft into the refrigerator; give it |M, ;appeared hence i
f\i d tm '" II B d ; in 1 y !< m' ul and heart ana a good ] spread, to be frequently three four tnn 5 .:
lot or
3 bl.nk ;: cab of hot I J 11 : i I irrnrv.m| : one
place
t; f'1. I I' : to
'c ; mother
1.1\ 'l block, k. Port Or.... .. l akt ,' . 11 1 :' .: : 1..1.! nuke :;.l'Y o: living. |, cleaning and place wet towel, on the of a lio feet tat toll "'-'.. fr >n: of the shelves. i be made from *
i ; r.i>u ci..iUr:; : n who The :little : gro\\- most
h lyre are so poor pe-ts ; luxuriantly almost
.
Caka 'a II . . 2 everywhere strong healthy well-known .
.l'k'I: Ot
: : : flock
ti
I of P..r4: O ;, _' cS ". $31 i t fat they ;ItAe never known such things on desert the place. An atonrzer there are many localities whereit In order

I\II,,,I.I..k, tool 1 tot Flawt'l. "11';o aub Port uoI .._.,. -' Wna 'n : ..-.1 .+ toya mo<: children hate :them fi\-1!: xh; &rboIic acd l an,1IIoa.. r o: seldom or never fruits. The point tits of the to Rock improve the laying, qu4a j
,
I. .tI.1, 1 . . 0 l' 4 J.\ I., :95 I and I yet S'>:IH- of the-.c children! are a > ei.ii, i! ;ply:: < ::' -Hl for driinlothe ; where the Government Garden- were best laying bens sire UK eggs from and be
'I I1. Aller. '. hatching
I .1. I.. tan \. .'" tale Jul Hot.. t .". ,',..t I'J I i.a happy as a !lark.: ; Put them on a -tn'; : nit- ".!' .:; ;,!acclioh can not be 'first located proved to be one of these ave roosters from these egg, t

I ,: '"I" ., "'. <>I h' U 1 Bar .r. .'i a gain : tare >. toy, and fug ri ., ;S \\ .'1.1 hro-h.ItIC I I I places ,and involved removal to another Limed egg will keep very Wt': twfel .
I '
""'.. Ii of .. '. ..r "t n ti'i I ocn\ 'Of;; ;:h rig. w th: w'r.cl'' ; -- location. Whatever may be our ur three months if kept Ina co '
-
I. "t ; l' l' :4 t -Iume . 3 :; [ to piay and to amuse themselves I disadvantage in other directions place. Take 'I
: it is a pint of
salt
I .t. II I' I Smrnr y We./t. 1 46 I lei Kivj a In the aternoon' and a quart=: ,
.r It 14 I t k "'I' 436 These children :omrtimee make mC'.1um,1 manifest that such condrttoas will seldom of lime, alack with hot ,

5 .. .n I.. I' 4 I1._:.a ..t ,1 u t..I.r 1.. oi te: fact :hlt! I h irt. nn t i a! -i--r-fje.:' :i- \g cake of Magic) occur in FIor_ m enough water when water hk-d; post .
and1J : II'M .1 :: : i.f i !uke! o* :

\\..',.'" ..'I, 11 .4 1 :\1. ..n 11 14 'Jn'I.' t1l! :. amt.. -rcn : ; rr' .' n1< :1:. 11 : ?.;- a" en 'i! !i :' '; r t in ike raheri wirm, I sec no objections to our Jamaica make fonr gaIJ__. Settle and post 1 t

.
..r \.I 1C I \1 ,m',. 1 q 1 ,1', :' :, l': .1'1 ., '. : 'II, :,: 1 \' ;if : neighbors adopting bedding oil in a stone jar. (Place the eggs it> I
f 511. 'J l' ... : :: 1 'htVlten onto permanently
i :N r while
I .r ( a. : a lIS :-. : ..., d "'J : II. tne: 11', t : .: t 1\ ', IC j' ..I '- i ; i Irr:44.er, growing stocks if they can fresh. The lime "li, ti.e:. ;.. reA i

.t,, ,: ... ; 1. i6of j l .. I 1 ,, :'.:' '; \.. :.., :. 1 ;,..... .,_. t.I .t a taSJe"po nul o; lard two pin into tea'i I ',reach no more expeditious or sorer and burt keeps them pretty t-i; tr a | I

.' knnx I I't'I"P't'. :to I'ts1.!: .1 >. \\1) > > ifir I method. But I have time. -.f
:
1 A I .; of it.? certainly learned
: : : ..1 H :; : : II.r..f. 'Y 11 I' '. : 1 :I '11\t' n.: h.1I! .1 :::1' .ip.l: '' '. n -' ,ir "1' mu' tif'rp'; > mful: of:: this that no form of inarching L\ not grease ,-'' 10 '.,-nit II t Cal,"
tf .1 ., .oi P., 1 3v : water : ":iM: bo or he : '
.=.\ : ;i.:"r. ". I; .1 17u: Ih..f' 11 .. :. i 4 '". I .fll : ', m"Pl'Y. :'" \\ ,,' 1. ::'1'' '1 :'r: .. ,: ; ; warm, 1 f.nd.nl! can safely tie adopted aloosj t 1\dl'l\," ;r- I. .,> n".1: !IIFC.toC IS i u.-
'r
I 'I. Ita.I 2: II II. c. 4 J II F..e' 163 \ : } h. \ t' 'n ,'" : I II :;,.. ., \\e-, 1 'r'' \. ; r"t' r'rihrrtr infO nf the mtnJo he" anti urea -l' coat' ..j 1 Its

't :rn na f .l"- 'I ,. ., _e ht' .It,' i. : '::01 ue : Id er--
: "
: h .t I : ""r m LIl .
\\1 .-.," ; ; i: \1 ,5 a : .I : : : t ; the ; 'i.
a ; : .
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;.. .., ii: \ : ,..'.\ Demand a simpler on -s i rccrrti
1 .t . i 5 -v 'hn ; un: : h.tm! cheaper, and -atVrptritli'nl I
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her feet. vast importance with us.Ve real- first page, somewhat reduced in size, matter with cassava, and why has it
"Yes," the first woman was saying, ize that the boys and girls of today shows a cluster of this very interesting almost ceased to be grown in Putnam
"I did hope Katy Perkins would take will be the men and women who will fruit just as borne on the tree. Though and Volusia counties?
A Too Successful Prize-Winner. first prize on that tray-cloth of hers- soon take our places in the divers shriveled when received, having been

she's bedridden: you know, and it took walks of life, and the best opportunities cut for exhibition several weeks before, Care of Peach Trees.
.., her a whole to work that piece for their improvement and ad- the A correspondent of
BY CARROLL WATSON RANKIN.The year oranges were still juicy and of the Southern
that afford -
vancement possibly
lying on her back. we can Ruralist
writing from
pleasant, refreshing flavor; far betterin South Flor-
"The judges don't discriminate," returned are offered them. quality than many commercial kinds ida (Avon Park), gives his ideas as

the other woman. "Old Mrs. We need more people here than we found in our markets. The color is a to the best methods with peach trees

Cook was counting: so on having her have, and I don't see why some of good clear yellow rind thin and seed In that part of the state.

I bureau spread take first premium. those good people in the crowded numerous, though not large. Mr. Nor- There is so much difference be-

day before the opening of the I! ished her supper, she flew from cup- Twas the only thing she had to send, sections of this country do not come mand says his trees have repeatedly tween the care of the peach m Florida
annual fair in Gilbert board and she worked terribly hard to get it down and settle among us, where endured and other districts, that a fewsuggestions
Camp County, to closet, from drawer to shelf, I temperatures as low as 10 de-
have all the need
Ware, the nineteen-year-old son of the" literally from garret to cellar, gather- I finished. The one that took the prizewasn't to they can on different: room lines they of business grees above zero without harm thus may be of value to begin-

\ president of the Agricultural Society, ing up every article she had embroidered !I ; beter than a doily." I I carry, and where the climate i i1 almost showing they have inherited much of ners.Assuming that the trees already
are
was in charge of the entry books in < from the time she was first Virginia flushed. The load in her tropical. the hardiness of the Trifoliata as wellas pl.ntedere headed back

the administration building. The sec-!" able to hold a needle every sketch she pocket and the one on her conscience Hundreds of cattle and sheep feed the good quality of the tender Mediterranean :- half and have not suffered for fully water one-,

rotary who usuilly attended t'% the had drawn, every poster she had painted. I seemed to be growing at the rate of a o\er our lowlands all winter with- parent. Mr. N'ormand has v.c will; consider the fertilizing. Asa

matter was busy superintending the' Even the doubtful result of her pound a minute."I out the least attention from their other hybrids still more hopeful The general rule it is wise to confine

i erection of a new bandstand, the old i one attempt at preserving went to was sure too," the woman con- owners and always look well though I Washington Department of Agriculture ii.e fertilizer to strictly chemical ingredIents -
one having at the last moment unexpectedly swell the pile in the of her bed- describes in their Yearbook for 1905 such
center tinued, "that Grandma Morse would the larger; number of our farmers a as nitrate of soda,
collapsed. I' room rug. get something on her strawberries.She I look after and take care of their I new Trifoliata orange hybrid nearly sulphate: of ammonia, sulphate of pot-
There were seven books I The of the house four inches in diameter under the ash and bone black. .
open upon resources exhausted I makes the best spiced strawberries stock as farmers do in higher lati- Muriate of pot.a
the long counter in front of Gilbert. Virginia flew to the garden, : I ever tasted. The judges went tudes. name of Morton Citrange of agreeable h may be substituted for the sulphate

., Near them a stack of entrytage waited'j candle in hand. and stripped the sol- by the looks, and never opened the We have good; rural free delivery I quality sweeter than the Rusk and it easily obtained. The very
to receive the exhibitors' numbers, the | itary, stunted plum-tree of two quartsof bottle. services and our farmers get their Willits: varieties previously described. | best plan for the beginner is to geta

names of their exhibits and the class-i plums-its entire crop. Those from "Still can't daily papers very near as soon as This variety has endured the tempera- \olJplete.Iruit fertilizer put up bya
blame them,
es to which they belonged. Each entry -': the sunny side qf the tree were tinged the you was our city people do. |I I i ture of I1* degrees: above zero without responsible manufacturer rather
book contained a long list of ar-j i with purple; the rest were undersizedand reply. "They had ninety-seven We have good roads: our county noticeable harm. Mr. C. Marti, Houston than try to mix it oneself. This is
tides for which premiums were decidedly green. glasses of crab-apple jelly: they say. commission seems to take a pride in Texas is also, we believe, follow-: our thirty-eighth year of peach growing
fered with blank spaces for the 9i-1 I Returning to her room Virginia sat 'Twould probably kill 'em if they tasted keeping our public roads in good re- '' tni? up his successful work of breeding' end we have tertilized with ready

hibitors' names. It was really a I down on the rug to label her exhibits. everything. 1 didn't get" anything I pair. ]!!: Trifoliata with Mandarin and other mixed and that which we mixed our-

simple arrangement, and for the first Her three glasses of strawberry preserves on my strawberries, either. Our taxes are low and land can be sweet oranges, having produced vane- I I sci.es, and for several years back we
The unwilling listener rose hastily: bought from $5 to $to acre. ties of prefer n buy the ready mixed fer
hour, when the exhibits arrived slowly, received new names. The jar per excellent quality that endured
and changed her seat. She did not All ,good, moral, law-abiding: people tiliser.Use.
: without harm cold
Gilbert had no trouble. But ten I in which whole berries were most in as severe as two
o'clock found his table piled high with evidence relabeled "Home-Grown :, like the neighborhood. The new one are welcomed. degrees above zero. With these one round of complete fertilizer -
was experienced -
,: however, proved no better for she had I i to the tree within three weeksof
!' breeders
1 cucumber crocheted ] Strawberries. The in the field well
pickles, bed-slip I one containingmuch seated | as planting and the
herself beside a girl of about I I I as soon as tree
pers. cut flowers, dressed dolls, fruit, broken fruit was marked "Straw Muck in Groves. as amateurs not yet announced, there is has made good start and
works of art, cabbages, and canary berry Jam." Virginia> removed the I her own age who was trying, but vainly The Times i't i assured by a careful good hope of securing useful orange one-half or a two ounces of use nitrate one of
soothe sister sobbing
to a girl -
I younger I and experienced cultivator of orange!: varieties that
.birds in cages: cover from the third stirred in a little against her sleeve. been located in different may be grown successfully soda, scattering: well In May an-
who has
A score of impatient exhibitors were ground cinnamon she had carried up j ""11at'5 the matter?" asked Vir- proves,kinds of places and on differ- fruit limits.far north of the present Citrus other pound of complete fertilizermay
demanding exhibition tickets from the kitchen and christened the be
calling ginia. sympathetically. "Has Susie I ent kinds of soils, that the free use used scattering from the
attention to the merits of their especial mixture "Spiced Strawberries. been 'hurt" of muck in practically unlimited point where the roots have reachedout

brand of potatoes, and insistingupon Six plate doilies were compelled to "She didn't pet prize on her I quantities is the best possible treatment The Ceriman. eighteen inches to two feet fur-
being attended to at once. S",me do duty as a tray-cloth, a specimen'I doll's wardrobe." said any the girl. "She of trees. He maintains that This is the common name of a tropIcal ther. A month later two ounces

of the men were making pathetic attempts of silk embroidery an embroidered did stitch herself and there's when applied in large quantities and fruit which is not often seen in more of nitrate of soda may be usedon

to give names to the articles stand cover, a bureau cover, a pin- little every flecks of blood all along the I plowed into the soil it hold moisture this country. It might be much more a circle six feet in diameter.

of fancy work entrusted to them by cushion top and Kensington embroidery. seams, where she pricked her fingers; much better than: the untreated soil commonly! grown in South Florida, if Every effort should be made to coax
their womankind. The posters, likewise, served as there while the fertilizing quality of the its merits were known. Unless he the roots out to the middles, so as
but were two other dolls. I
"One at a time!I" pleaded Gilbert, water-color heads, figures and painted II muck seems exactly: what the treeI his lost it within a few years. Mr. to be able to absorb all available
pressing his hands to his. head. "It's panels. The prize for mere posters guess: deal one older of them was dressed" by a I needs keeping it healthy and in a Theo. I.. Mead has a fruiting vine of moisture. The top will make a cor-
good; girl, though. it. from which he responding growth and if it eight
sent us a specimenof is
this man's turn. Your name, please? I strong condition of growth. 1Vhensupplemented
i It certainly had been dressed by an fruit feet high and eight feet broad
some years ago. Xo printedor at
"Number hundred by
"Olaf Oleson. two Vir-ginia/ a comparativelysmall
and twenty-five. What have ?" ask- older girl. Virginia's path clearly, was I quantity of commercial fertilizer verbal description can do it jus the close of the growing season you
you strewn with victims. It had not occurred -, it makes the ideal condition for tice. The aroma and flavor! are indescribable -1( may be assured of from eighty to two
ed Gilbert writing the name. "Apples, heaps, labeling the purple ones "Bradshaw" to her that she was robbing and very delicious. hundred mature peaches eighteen or
file strong growth an.I abundant foliage.
vinter cabbage some yeMy and yam for "and unripe ones "Green other persons in that wholesale fash- I Muck I is plentiful and cheap-:-inI following account is from the American I twenty months from planting. To attain
my vomans, some sewing-work, some Gages. ion. The weight in her pocket was I Nut Journal: this growth, the cultivator and
"
-- "Hold on! Let's tend to the apples "Why not? questioned Virginia, I most parts of this country only re-
becoming: unendurable. How could quiring the labor to haul and distrib- This fruit, little known to our readers hoe must be kept going and once a
first. What kind-Duchess of Olden- salving her conscience, :and packingher i
she wear a blue-silk waist purchased [ it. The Hazen at Lake has its native home in tropical week is none too often to cultivate.
cite
burg?" "Yaw. "They look like Bald- exhibits into a capacious basket. at such a price? Thonotosassa. for grove the America Its botanical name is Mons- N'o pruning should be done whatever

wins." objected a bystander." :"They're "Its just what the farmers do with SudJenly Virginia brightened. Getting i] finest in the county man was made year by the tera deliciosa, Liebm. Generally it is unless a sprout should come out be-

Baldwins aren't they? "Yaw, assented their potatoes. There's everything in up hastily. she wormed her way liberal application of muck. Of course known only as a greenhouse plant, low the bud.

the Swede. "No, they're Red knowing just how to enter things. through the crowd walking swiftly it was aided bv constant care and cultivation its large, perforated grotesque leaves There are some don'ts that you
Astrachans," said a second: objecter. There! I'm done, thank goodness; I'll along the board sidewalk, and ran up | and the application of commercial making a most striking object. should have in mind.
"I've got some just like 'em." "Well, get Ned Hicks to take this out in the the steps of the administration build fertilizer. But the results The ceriman may be grown: out of Don't try to grow any legumecowpeas :

fix. it up with the head of that department morning when he takes his Belgian ing. As she had hoped, she found Gilbert were so immense in every way as to doors in any moist climate where velvet bean or beggarweed; also

i I've entered 'em plain ap hares. practically alone, for the energetic stamp muck as the best applicationthat freezing weather does not occur. avoid sweet potatoes. These all bring
ples. What's this cloth thing?" "Sew- Virginia was partly right about the secretary, worn out with his labors can be made. One essential Slight frosts do not affect it injuriously root knot which is early death to

ing vork. My vomans, she-" "Yes, potatoes, although so wrong in her was sound asleep, with his chair |point is the comparative exemptioni and the little protection occasionally trees.
yes! But what's its name? Is it knit reasoning. There were farmers who tinned back against the wall i of the grove from injury by cold.I required may be given;:: by Because of the root knot it is wise

ted, embroidered or hemstiched? Is certainly made one variety of potatoes "Gilbert." said Virginia, hastily! I The reason doubtless lies in the ability erecting a slat cover. The plants not to plant with any crop whatever

it a table-cloth, a rug, or a sofa pillow masquerade under various pseudo scribbling the names of her victims of the well-fed tree to resist the should not be allowed to climb upon during the life of the trees.
?" "Yaw," replied the man oblig- nyms, but their example was not a on a of paper.Y I I i effects; of low temperature It i is a posts, walls or trees. as is their na- We have lost a great many treesin
'j ingly. "I must have help!" cried Gil- good one to follow. Virginia, how- take back scrap of this want you make to i well remembered fact that in t&)6. ini tural habit. Allowed to grow on the Florida by trying to grow other
part money i the that ground;:: in a prostrate position they crops at the same time and to grow
'j.j bert, springing up and making for the ever, was young and very thoughtless. out premium checks for these four month of April grove presented -
I fruit much more abundantly producing them among orange trees by the
door. "I'll be back presently. Tired out from an exciting day she and j the handsomest picture of ripe
persons tear ur the corresponding large number cultural methods but
a of fruits at the same now we
fruit in the both
bed without ever seen !state as to
He looked and down the road went to realizing the "
up ones issued to me. end of the short thick stems. have settled down to planting on new
s quality and quantity of yield, and it
but the prospect was not promising.The enormity of her offense. "That isn't quite regular replied; was marketed during that month-a The frnit i is from eight: inches to land and giving clean cultivation and

working force was inadequatethe The next morning Virginia: offered Gilbert. "hut I've had several applications : moment when the most of the fourteen inches in length checked on using strictly chemical fertilizers.
f heads of the departments were her neat list to Gilbert who made the of this and there's grovesof the outside cotton-seed meal
I sort a way the county were a picture of ruin. and requires about a year Blood and bone ,
j already overburdened, and the fair- entries without a question until he to fit it." -Tampa Times. and a half to reach maturity after the tankage, cow penning horse manure,

j grounds were three miles from town. came to a number of articles for thechildren's "11 hat happens when people fail to time of blooming. The taste is slight; : hog manure, and other organic ma-

.. There were people enough, to be sure, department. "How's this, claim their premiums I'' World's Most Curious Trees. Iv acid and the flavor somewhat resembles nures havevno! place in the peach orchard -

.. streaming in at the gates with more Virginia" ? You're over sixteen, aren'tyou "Oh. the money stays in the treas- i The most costly tree in the world pineapple and banana as commonly .
exhibits for Gilbert to enter, but he ? ury. Sec that boxv said Gilbert, is a plane tree which stands on Wood combined in deserts as tutti- Where you have a few peach trees
-,, saw none who were likely to make "Yes but "I made the things before I pointing to a tin box with a slot in the >.treet. London. It occupies a space frnitti. for home use and the chemicals mentioned -

valuable assistants. Suddenly, however was sixteen. top. "Some folks exhibit just for the that could easily: he rented for $1.000 The plants are best propagated by cannot easily be obtained, you
of who ""Oh that's all right. then!" returned cutting the into short wood ashes and hen manure.
he caught sight a girl good of the fair and pot their premium a rear.' : prostrate stems can use :
was flying up the road on a bicycle, Gilbert. "I wish everybody slips or their money in there." ; The largest tree in the world is :.in pieces and allowing; them to remainin separately, 5cathrintoell broadcast.If .
with a small parcel dangling from her would enter things as correctly labeledas "Have yon seen the balloon ?" enormous chestnut tree at the foot place until finds form upon them you can add some bone meal or
handlebars. He recognized in her a yours are. Only a few of the old asked Virginia abruptly changing R0 op the ..i Mt. Aetna: in Europe, which i* They may then be taken up and bone flour it will make a better peach.

classmate and one of the brightest exhibitors ever think of making a snbiect.i said to I"tt" easily: the oldest tree in transplanted to a new location. Onceestablished ---

girls in the high school. list." i "Xo. Haven't had a chance.: Fa- Kuropc and i... 2\2 feet in circumference. the plant live to a great Alfalfa in Florida.
"0 Virginia," he shouted, "wait a I Virginia colored, partly with pleas- thcr's kept me hustling. A part of the "great' trunk has age and are easy to cultivate. As Polk county has the honor of standing -

minute! "Did you call me?' asked I tire, partly with something else. "It's fine' said Virginia. "Go to the become broken away, and two, carriages yet the fruit is known in this country tint of the four counties experimenting -

the girl, springing to the grounl!. Things were beginning to take a new 'loor and see' if it i isn't going up now. ]I can IT driven abreast throughthe only and :Miami.locally in The Florida best at Palm Beach of with alfalfa raising fonr-fiith-,

"Yes. Could you help a fellow that's aspect by daylight.Twentyfour The man was getting! it ready when ; huge hole plants which we1ta'e- specimen those of what was harvested in K*">. It j is

ters. Moreover, she was skillful with hours later the judges, I came: in. "11 sit here in your chair I I The most curious trees in the world belonging Prof. E.seenire Gale.! Mon- true it had only '!It acres, but each

to go home, do you? I brought lunch after a prolonged strangle with thirty- and keep house for yon." ,1 are those growing, : on the slopes of gonia. Fla.: John B. Reach Vest acre "laughed back five tons of no

enough for two. Mrs. Bailey is goingto five centerpieces of almost equal excellence j TV' unsuspecting Gilbert rose with the Andes mountains, in South :\mt"rica. Palm Beach. Fla.: and :Mrs. Florence doubt excellent hay. valued at $'-" per

make coffee over the pop-corn man's !: and nine crazy-quilts so near- alacrity.! Virginia waited until he had They are known as blanket trees Haden. Cocoanut Grn.eF1a.. Before ton. and in view of the deficiency in

fire, and we're all to have lunch in her :. ly alike that only the owners could rounded the' comer' before she droppedher to'cao4e'tht" Indian of Peru cut off very long this fruit may become more the grass !line of; the state the tact
building. I need you awfully to help hope to tell them apart, turned with dollars the soft stringy hark and work it np generally known. that ,il a'fi can be siuvesMnlly cultivated -
can't relief to an extensive list of articles remaining one by one, anda into blankets that cannot wear out. l ..
books. I oi value farm
me with the entry see is one : every r.
I gently into the tin
a* possible, box.
how a woman can work for a year on each followed by only! one or two en- They made a horrible clatter, bowenr. i Each blanket is made seven feet lone:: I j Cassava in Florida. for :t means green ;o Her and dry
a piece of sewing and then not know: try numbers. I The 1 and five feet wide, and is soft and Five counties ;,>d,!Kr :,'r rattle: and h Ir, s, with <-ncouragerent -
I With only the sleeping secretary opened pliant a* if a real woolen blanket. years ago.! eight reported -
glance
I what to call it when it's finished. a cursory at : for 'I! i.r -!_ slid laser
one eyebut seeing what Putnam in the lead
"Ill do what I can" laughed Virginia -: article themselves the judges awarded : Virginia was ; The Indians make a cut around the cassava: crops. '" cost t.'r lirt..d.l. I f. niter >repAng .
I 7. j
closed it 1.32B 0 .
; : again. with
ong. yielding t'ns.valued
: : 1 acres
the first prize to number and trunk and peel' off the bark. They 'ii .,,',
"with the prospect of one of : one vitro : t': tt'e' '' on al liu.
"Conscience $ \"Iu..ia
money thought the then soak it in water until the bark at per ton. stood
i the Owing ,
| the second remaining one. for .
cheerme. to to'rs '
Mrs. Bailey's lunches to I : ncr-.r..ear i
good '
} .' the remarkable in whichVirginias ,'crt"lary.Took advantage of the entrybooks is soft. The rough outside is poundedoff next with l.l"o acres. tU. tons, woe h$11,4tta. '. .' g"sls'
"I'm friend for life! said to : manner \ e (. I armor J in
.J
your and wishes she hadn't. These had 2.4TO
two
SemI and the inside bark alone remains. out ot j-
-. Gilbert, lifting the bicycle up the steps. exhibits had been enttrell.almo..t iV'ivir i > 11",1.! > -iei were
I \ do it before but never knew "em The tough soft fibers are so joined the 2.MI acre reported. The total
Virginia promptly separated the every one of them was awarded : I ; '+ pri-itv' .1-1 i % :art S $ rt:'
eta rejM-nt. together that the blanket is warm valuation: was L. There is a re .
>t sheep from the goats-to be accurate I a first or a second premium. 1 "Here." said the superintendent of and soft. They are dyed by the In markabie. falling off in U"". h.mgh: s''li .-'t'' -' ; '' -. sail, ,; :twentyfivesitr ,
the pumpkins from the Battenburg I She had not expected such universal 'the I ;, ,--. .r w.- -u .' < bookl, tM"
color much
fancy-work department, handing dians in gay and arc fifteen counties made: report. The t .
lace. When the secretary looked in an I success, for there had been the chanceof ,,. "j; .. n the r > i -" COIIM-
I I Virginia:: a blue slip, as the girl in a prized by foreigners.When i J tal acreage was 4-u.. showing a.il: '1":
hour later things were going finely, other persons making entries under i far happier frame of mind was emerg- off of about :,1O* acres in K-'r'-. ies .1; ci" > r-i. nil w -' < V> ii.| ..
the piles of entry-tags had been materially I the same heads. Apparently however hero ir.T .un uric .r th'lI.i1'J. -
Jr I ins irom the building "I overlookedone i Get Fat. j yielding :.'M 0 ton*. valued: a: :!I1 1-V"; 77j
reduced, and the crowd of waiting judging from the long line of Pigs .ur.-- ': this MI ..- *n...
heb I of checks. It' for that j Putnam dropp. I *o :
I .
your county acreage:
exhibitors had dwindled to a few numbers stretching across the page after handkerchief pret- hogs which are running at large. three. Volasia to "?- Mir .-, -I-:.; five ir .;., '. m.i ,n.
entered r >ni
I you Monday e\en .
scattered individuals. the word "doilies doilies meant j will of course seek the shade of hammocks mlh, ;. .'tle :fr "II t- e .,-Id
noon. There i C.'ltIltled : ::10' 'i'
I were: nine, but yours was wit'i .i tv* to "r' .
"X ow that was a bright idea. said doilies and nothing more to most per- I I the best. ; or bayheads. But hogs that: a'C two and aha!! t 'n- "Ie acre. \1' 'dj \\'W Mr\ 'd \e.' 'I". N ire
dry S the secretary catching sight of Vir- sons. Virginia kent in pasture often :have no chart :C: ,' 'rjv.-11 lip r t > ial:! t 'I", r r I In
j pocketed the little
In i1'"
j at :
in1re ginia. "It takes: a feminine mind to |I "My! You took a lot of pries.didn't t check almost gleefully\ for two-dollar she knew to find shade, that is satisfactory. The a 'IIh.n\t'r: c.:.1 per.. .- ''n.. the s'c'.1.l I '"as'iconntp it :i "':e Piatt'-; *.. T In.
'
grapple with works of art, fancy-work I you? said Mrs. Shaw the superintendent that she was honestly entitled to it. ':! following: hint from Fanning is w Jh eight: .anI i hi" .. ,. ..- xe th'ri :he lieu:: let ( .' .I' '. l"nc v'a'a'.t;
and home-grown Hope of the fancy-work depart- remembering: I the' \ i' thet= ; i it: .
preserves. As she handed it in at the office the time_ that ": 11'- .a1n.' a 1 tl. "
et.ab you'll: stay right by us. Miss Virginia." I ment, tearing pink and blue premium secretary rubbed his eyes and salt I} One of the very necessary things > I'l' "sst 5., p.'r t ., I;.,. 11 wale! i,sI'nltc anklet \\ \ wv!' \ t I I'!
Virginia worked all the afternoon j'I checks from thick pads and handing "By the Miss Virginia provide for the pigs during the !to: : : to hi reenrd : 'nt < 1 : : '
lod them Virginia.. "You took some in way. the association .f : ;:_ ::: I"1 .cc' ',d : r' ...
and promised to return the following j owes you about five dollars for weather i is a good shade where they i :: tiure i ar, c' l and a .1'-.1'1' ; 'o t'

ing morning. She would need to come |i the art department: too 1 guess. You your .services. Give them to her, Gil- ., may keep cool during the heat of the '''c "t a.un1\' '," ... 'i t 1 I... '. '-.. ,1: ".t, ml., fr"t '
>lose anyway, she said, to enter some thing I! can get these cashed in the administration | day. It is well known that a hog cin- i":: .l" tht'r,' \\a. .rid,1 d' 1" "; 1. : .r. I

of her own. i I i building. Don't you fee! richy"'ees btrt.Qn her way home Virginia passed not stand much heat for the rc.is.m : 1".f tn' .' 'I' (t!.I ,

brad In addition to being bright in "\ ," said Virginia cramming the the store window containing the blue that he cannot perspire like mot ani- ; -e Jii., ::1' Planur- I.ge Krnt: r. ,'.. ..

the girl was clever with her sChool'l', slips into a purse that already bulged waist. It was still there: she had tna's. and. therefore, a co''I l place: mustbe '1' we'! :. : yI' M,5 -' CI"

I: and was in many ways git- ,, with ill-gotten gains from other de- money enough to buy it. but the coveted provided for him. Natural shaJe !i :: ;: ir cle ..n ci"\ 'pll! : hi ., ,;, t ,I
eu ted. She painted in water colors made partments.She waist had lost its charm. of: court, the best if dense enouc'!': :" .- PamvVe- -- -I I' ; -. j'J .: .' '. ,
,bet. pere-and-ink sketches, and the wallsof I: felt more rich, however, than 'J'the darker the place: for them laT rag '. '. I i'-' the !F'..- !I. T I.ep.irnj ',- .:' I ; .

..romJGY her schoolmates' rooms were a- .I she did comfortable. Perhaps the the heat of the day the better, but thi-r.- i \ ''. Irl.. a"M. ,- x- ,1: \. '. 1.' i'I' .

dorne4 with her spirited football pos-I j.II. money might! not have so soon becomea Leon County. should: be a good circulation: .>.' .. .- .-r.! -i i-\ staterm...' h-e" I t i ,, .'1 ,.' ii'tli
: ters. Moreover, she was skilful burden on the girl's conscience if .\ citizen of Leon county. Florida ;i Hogs seldom leave the coo! shade unit! | rejjard" t'i'i 1 I ,. _I '..t j. ::1. I

qualt her needle, as many a dainty bit of !I (.illlf'rt. who "still assisted at the office wrote to Home and Farm as follows toward evening, at which time you wi i 1 1i acre Carr-'u1 ti". .- i-. I ,5t ,..
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tai embroidery attested. j I|I had not, in a spirit of mischief, county situated in the north i find them out gracing: hkr: a drove' of I: Sill le nn 'or -TI :f fi : I ':" : : I'
Just at that time a certain blue !I I I paid out the amount of her slip in central! part general of the State and is adapted \ cattlefter the evening :feed of grain si i m. sh.-uv: t'l; i : .":!. ;" 1-I' :-.I. 'II .

silk waist marked down from ten to ; twenty-two silver dollars. The weight to farming./ We raise they will!! reim n onf t': well I : '<>nj; "i crop I.. t.,",.', '. ., t" '.', r
seven dollars tempting her sorely of them made turn cotton sugar canet.bacco., potatoes the! crenrng.a' th o'r,- J t .
ttiO was : her bicycle skirt sag atone and melons all kinds of fruitand : i \ th'n. :n he rep'; 'r', .. t"1 .cc' t'I'I
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It was precisely what she wantedfor side. in :!h: early; m .rn'"_ >'io wil':: fi'11 I then \1 I\"t"r', r"PI1" n, ," !-
vegetable in abundance.
cool the Saturday evening concert; but !!: Her spirits. too. began to sag;; correspondingly dairy business i i4 also receiving The o'tt 1:' 17t'll:: ,>n t'.:... '..',,>
quart her mother had shaken her head and | for, as she turned away attention especially on considerable Bermuda -- j ::11"- nvriinitd:: flies wi1 g> t'' their :..." d. r.. '., .'" ... ., ,.\ ,. :
poor said: i from the counter, she beard the secretary grass land' Stock-raisins is ca..i! _'tale an I ," : during the he.it I meritfcms to bv .' '.. .- tt' -

d "N'o, Virginia, it's very pretty and | say "There isn't an honest hair: ctcn.. \"C'lv"arrit".1 on in some parts of:: t'iL- ''ay ft .- when !> rag :in s.ViJ tli.' reportTI" Mar'; ,, I -: .: h"p
: most beautifully made but I can't: ; in that man Peck's head." Peck she of the county. Tallahassee hei'iR; tr>e com:: -rt this! t'l.'y ire aliuc! tier I .. -I'1te.: .. : I, S i ,

, pot afford to buy it for you. Why d,)n't'' remembered, had had more varietiesof capital of the State and county se-it. ."m I 1- : :').-r *c f'>: .Til i I ;v ik) rag 1.. ("t t'n"y.: y. '. ," t1
itpOrcit take] of work the than ".. : .. ..... ., .. .. ,.
ggs you ; some your to I potatoes any one else. with, a ponuT'iti.-n of abut :;.000 inhabitant } : i.r \\Y" 't. .. l .
fair? The premiums might pay f.>r j ji As a reward for her services the first -. makes it a good market v-r "I :x.. ... '

for ; I day. Gilbert had given: her an official anything the firm can: raise: the year I The Carnegie Orange. 1 7.- ", .., 'str:. ... .. t .' ., -
"I did think of it. but Mrs. Blake badge, that admitted her round.'e thit"we ; I
; not only to harifly know i Tie: frslnwingde-erip'ion! : rat !".new : i tee i
doe everything I can do so much' the fair grounds, but to the grand have any winter here randy! that vegetation ;- !1lrvar"t'.. t'indO' : "' ',\,1'! nu-rcst all: -n ; I- .." -.: .
it cJ better that she would surely take I stand. She had counted on spending a changes its old! le\ ( .. for new i-tir, rea !-TS w. i '. \c n '':'I n: he r- \ ; lt' l-: ; r

is all the first prizes. The second ones ;jolly afternoon witnessing the acrobatic ones and occasion.ilv! after a r.iin ?-:.. Ie': It a' ;'T.--i-e 1 f-v ., ,-r

nT l'lard aren't worth trying for." I performances and the balloon ascensions we have t".x or three days'i: ,,>' \\ '':\" w ,> oJ"" .. rvp" >d"-e. V." I1'-- I ,. \ -" ,..... ". .. ,"

After a day with the entry-book's. but they no longer seemed attractive \\eatber.e have ln.l MTV !little: fr -t text gives :a.I'rt.ent' ::iirve .- I ,, ,. '. \ : ,-::(" ,
howe'er'ir inia changed her mini -v this winter and te.;. iti. 'n begin t" count to ,sh.v t" It i it i is 'Icsirah'o : ,- I'", '. .- ,. .." Ie
:fetts She had, made a mental note of the Even the blue sky appeared to lose don new attire in January. I ii 'r-1! and \\et Flor;Ja.I \ : '. '

al mtanfud articles after which only one entry its brilliancy. The loud laughter of The people here' are prosperous inall !I In The R. X.-Y. for January 20.i i'irns .':' :;arch in *... AI I .' ; ,, ", .. ti' .'
drub number no number at the people round her jarred on her lines of business i 1W16. Prof. VanDeman the fir-t : rQc.n .1" "
' or perhaps i gave Te trie name w th! :> r" )t w rl I": .+r. 1', '. .' .
oft all had been placed; and she went nerves. She could see nothing funny We have fl..n1of churches dif (I at-thentic accont ..f tV Carnegie o- .,i.. -07 prewar.- \\'- 1'. h1 '., .. ... ) .' .
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t home prepared for business. in the antics of the clown. The woman I ferent denomnations: that testify that ; an!:'. a prom':-i.: hybr.d., of:: :h.. h-I, !*". iv .\'nt .n excel'nt p.'. :._ ....,:.:,. P'": ,r. ,'i.it '''.
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(Continued from 'lint paCe.) Lut Lot iii 1 bluck assers.12..Lnterpri Lntcrpllo.: >>e ...... Luc. .Stover ........... a tun Heat ........ ............... Thos Goodall ......... :IS 91
H bmlth 71 Lot l.i block 3. Layton Beach.... .I. .u. Ue'er. .......... 424iuts
Lute U and U ..season WIDDtmlta..U Lulu ; ;Ilu.k lI, taterprlee. esley
1'.k . . . . .. A.. F. Austin . . 1 24NS2 but 3 tklt iL.l ae.re, : li. Lenlaun ::::::::: 21i.4 11, :c and 33 block 3. Day
of net of not . .. .. Iii 11:10): SU "'. W Eckeg .. . 4 :3Sete 1 block 17 asara. LntecllnaHt... A. S. benfaon ......... aAU tuna Ituach ....... ................. HCL 1. D. Houaton.. 301
of ewt of ee;4 . . . Ii 11:111: 111 E Co Callings . 111 bocka So: tu ;.II, Lnlcrprtae.: ... A.. s. LJ.oaoo ..... .... l:11i: Sib: of lot 221 block 1 Uwtl.on.ll sub .
\ya act ewt of uwl. of aet ... 1i 11 311 i.know... .. . . fi lots 1 auoJ Z buck 13, L:;uterprase un..u ..... ...... ....... ........... C. Eo Starr .. ......... 111L .
Nye. of -1. of .nwe of tell . .. lit 11 all i u. I::. Hanna .. Ii .. .. .. . .................... G. R.Lleterprase Parmer ....... .. 12.i ltd; lent of lots 31 and 35 block .. -- -
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1I1uciL ; .I. Hu..Lun". sub uIVbIUD F. Eo C. Auto AssIl... 300!
Will a tu 6 Inclusive g. 1
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$y of seSk of net .f .w 1. . 11 11 all i Marl. Franck lJen1aun ... rdlyLalun
... .... A. S. .. 101E Lute 2 coil 20 block :2 wu.Qna sub -
of aeie of swt . . .. II 11 3. It G. ". KilU .. . anIi i..4 : .. .. ..
Zl0 toot oi'.ii 1nteryraee I D. H Mora .......... 2335Lute. :

DW aof,,a .eye. .of. ...e.a. .of. .Iwo. . .of. II 11 311 a "'. A. Sprl"ist.d . 151oIw" .. .. .'........ .....:::::::::: a Ut 4 Theo.' : Tt'I'f.rie: : ... :::: II 21 9e of s block and 13 J UWltuna except .cub 2W Ulvi'f Of ln'R .

: ; of .w\oO . . . . II 11 311 .11 ). S: t'jt.h . . 1. ia lul 3 sub act lute. 1 and 2 ........
but I bull uf lots 1 and Z .......... s 1IU: i lira. 1'.r7 Lvana. .. 9etuts sluts .................... .. 1Iar1a.. D. Brower ;..1117
Lut.laIl113.ub..f... .. of 11.\00 ZII 11 311 1.Sail... & honey . Zit and 11 sub uf IoW 1 and Z.. I 1Ia; III T. r1. \\1W&UU. ....... 121 Lots 11.. anll 111 except w IJU of eysUt
Lut i sub of net of ...1. . Zt 11 3' 'lIoemaD and Blake 1 16Lol :; sub ut iota 1 toad block Z .I1w.wna cub dlVlIlI1i" ,
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Z cub of .'no of cwt of oela Zt 11 311 l.A. J. Natty . . 1 'i1 tats 2 ..II.. 819 t : Jerry Roper .... 126 .. ..... .. Emel7 S. Rogers .....111
Lots a. 4 and b sub of elk of cwlk of lots Hand to aub il and 2:::: 8 L' harry 1lcisteea :::::: 121 : Iota : and Zs 1ii. 2 sub of ;

oet . . . . . . It 11 all a J. 1. O..entr..t . I 26Ne' 11 4 acre uf lot 3 ................. s 1:1:1: : 4 J. J:.. -arlltr ...... ... i.1 ; tIIIlNb...'.. ... H of tt k 178Lut
of oet of .1. . . . It 11ov; 1V 11. )11111 . .. a 41E \ 2-3 ul lot I, anJ D S a.cr.,16 uC of j.i' ::::::::::::::::: 14 33 H ::::::
Z-3 of a a.i of wy, of .w'. of lot IlIlIub vC lute Z and ;3 ..... ..r I 11:11: 13 Ellen Carlisle ......... 12d \ 36 0' lot 2 .... .... 16 a ;g CIa a. l.hallland ....... Y IIi
. . . . 11 Ull 11II A. SLanUrlt ........ 247Nw. Lot 1 clock z l.eud'of'the &a... Hr. of J. L Bole.
cet of see . . . . . 20 11 all 2 Sam Wilson . . 1 II 11'' ut own o := '
Eye of n.1. oC .. ... . . . ZII 11:111: U nL J. l'blUip . 4 IIt1i .. of se4 .. ...... 12 f: IL /u 1'. If. ,\r: ::::::: 1711v' Buhr .:. ............ 1 13
x244 feet of neck of of nw.n Qi nw4e :::::::::::::: h 31 70 Israel 15hi Lou 6. 7. s. t and 10 block 2,
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N feet 2 ............... U 1:111 :II AC. Busuncily .. ..... W Land 01 the $ue. .................. lIre of 1. H. 1. Bote-
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..w % . . . .. . . . 20 11 311 11 J. 31. lirubak.r 12 .f I1wlr. 11.1 l.u: I. Cilliett ..... ..... .... 13 toSwt4
of axle of flat . . . ZI 11 all 1..knowD . . . 1 71Noy \ vf n.,1r. and Ilci pf n. .... ... lJ J.f'ttl'x..iAA ....... 331
............ U 1:1:11: 2W JDlIlUO: land Cum- All bl""k :I Land of th.-Sea ...... ; ::: 133 ,
of net of .. ... .. . ? . Zl 11011; IV 1L Kn.lcbt . .. a.1 alld awya ut nwy4 .. ... .. ..... 70.
puny Lots: ................................. 11 Ii 33 Iii Lora Schlllta ... '1
Sly of DW'ii of cwt: . . . Zl 11 311 Z9 Olive U. Rosa . 4 IIoI1'J 6e. llarwuud j. .t 1 COmyany : ... .. 13 "
: of ...... vf net of talk .. U 11 311 'J.onl. S.: Orlhth 1 IIS All11111\k.l tu 10. Il&nvood ...... ..... ......... .... 2Z hO lb ;o feet Qf lot 1 ................. u 2u 1. jg i A. B. Al&DaI1eil1 ...... 171
U cbs of e4 of .w1. of swlk u 11 311 11 Ur. IL ". Uoo1. . 1 84by
of awYw of cwlk . . .. U 11 311 Zl lire H. t. ltoo1l1 . 3 48Ny Lone 1. :. I and 4 block U. 1lar. Lute 23. 23 and 24 Mgcrlaat .ub.... 3l Ii A. s. Hogen ........... a 76lout
of .w... of net of oet . U 11 311 'U. S.: }'''rrl. . . 1 U ..... ..... ...................... 2: Harwood L I CornwtuJ 23. Ski, Y4 93 and a 10>> feet i iof
1UU17 ..... ............. In n WII feet of lot IJ sub oC .. -. __ '::1
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U 11 :IV 'I,111 and 31Nwife .
\\ ) of of net ewik of of net net of. .O..1.. .. .. ZI 11 311 1t W. 1L Vr.ttl.r . 114be All block 1%. l1olC1l'uod ............. JIll UiLrwuud L & 1 CIIIIl- Iota 1 and Z .... ................... r. U 33 S C. S. Cole .............. 3 671oxt
................ .. 406 Qf lot 4 IJ book U
... of ...... of cwt" . . ... u 11 311 U.A. J. Start .. 111Ii : 4 Co 'l and I bluck' pony pogo 132 ...per...................page..... 21 u 33 4 W. F. Wormier ...... 11.iw ., .
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7 cha of the 'UI'J feet of awle Lot. lIar.uod 1. .... .................. 70 Harwood L & I Company feet of w uw feet of ivt 1. TI6: 33 II..A. B. l1ananeJd ....... 1411.
of ne5i . . . . . . II 11 3t It J. IL Dum. . Z 24Swik 1.1. ............. .... 430 \1. of lot 4 and ewye 01 DI'J or
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of ..% . . . . . II 11 311 III Co 1L. Johnson . 6 41wy' block 13. l1a.rwood .. ......... 10 J. 11. Hubbell ......... 16Q Jut 4 ..... ............. .............. 30 15S: 30 lire. of 1. D. ifusI -
of wt of AW' of .w\oO. ZI 11 311 i E. G. lJlak. . .. 4 nat Lot Ii 1ft gild 16_ Her- I con ................... 881
SYa of ce% of ...... of .et . .. 11 311 'WallerlJaltoD. . I 94WY All blue.li.s. ....U.. .... .. ................... 240 l1ar1\-ood L & I Com- Lot 1 and eyc of Jot 3 and nj or j
of awl I: of .ey; and n.% of wood p&nJ' ..........-...... 181 Jot 'l ............... ................. n 11 33 120 Jno Yelvin&ton ...... 839 !
.W % of .. % . . . . at 11 U III C. L. HutCblfIan a.. All 1. :. 5. i. 6 and n'1 Lut j sub of lots 1 and Z ......... ::J u 33 W. F. Warm8I ..... l 4flute.
Eli of "4 of cwjk of nek of Lesko U 11 :III Go W. H..I . . 1 21Nei' llar wood ................ 66 Harwood L & 1 ComE 1. 11 and U sub of lots 1 ;
of let of celk of reel: . U 11 :III I 1. Van 1)Ik. . . 1 11 block 11. ( ". and 2 ........................ ...... LD 1i 31 ::15 E J.L Slow .......... 111
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Ny4 of IIW" of celk 01 .elk . U 11 II ,1. Van Jlk. . . 1 al of lot i block 17. Harwood... Lot 4 c of grant Une and D ofcanal .
Lot a . . . . . . . al 11 au a1 A.. 1L H..tcbln.oD . 1 21SwVi lot 3 and lot 4 block 11 and w of grant acne extended
of set of DW' .. .. .. U 11 III 1tJ C. 1. Hutchineoa. . .1 46Ny4 Syr Hacwood(If ..... ....... _............. 15 1. H. Hubbell ........ Ili south ..................... 33 Ii 31 1 S. 1. Robertson ...... 164 J
of DW' of ce1i of neSk . U 11 au Ii E. t.. Chant .. . 14Nwlk Lot 1 block U. Harwood .......... 10>> J. 1i. Hubbell ....... 160 Lot B LU1bercy cub 111 ............ U Ii :13: \V. B Carter ......... U tot

of awlb of oe4 . . U 11 at 1II.A. J. Stout .. .. . 1 41Eyi Lots 1. Z. 3. 4. 1 and II block 2.1.Harwood ''S 3U feet of lots 1 and I 1.0 16lIIVlualve
Harwood L & Com-
of nw4i of oe'4 of ..% . U 11 30 Ii C. 1. Roberta . 1 auN. ........................... 60 block Z Hogers plat orVrlt&
1 ...... ........... t
.% of ewik . . . .. .. za 11 all .11 A.. S.: Manning . 6 41W.4 PaD7 N ............................ U.... of C. 1L SpeDC- ree
of .'1' Ye of 1. tV acrc of lot a. 1 11 au 'Go W. Knox . . 1 II Lots 1. 7. 3. 4. 50 I and 'l block 22. .0 Harwood L & I Corillarwoud J : ...-................ 388 '
S llyi Chi of eya of I& of lot a. 1 11 all U J.L Cl..mODU . 111Nlk ........................... I ... ...'...... 436: N 3U feet of lot 1 and Iota a to
of .. tll acres of lot a ... .. Z 11 all lu Co J. I'arcb.r . . 1 71 ... u /'ood"L & 1 Com- block 3 Rogers plat Qf N
. 11 aD I . Lot 1 block 23. lIarwood ........ .......................... '
lOW" of Belk of oYa of lot a. a F. W. lJroderlck 86Nwt panT .. ... .... ......... 1 I Orlla .. .. Hrs. of C. 1L SpeDC-
of ..Sk of ny4 of lot a. .. .. S 11 aD a Mule K. Broderick Z.1 Har or ..................... 1.
W aof a Ya of iya of lot 4 . Z 11:11): iii 1. So 1JeIU.Dt cod A.Lyoch Luts 3, 6. 1 and 8 block 21, 3S Harwood L I Corn Lots 5. 1. 8 and 9 block I Rogers J-J13
.. . .. I III 'ood, ................................ p&D7 .... .... ...... .. : 82Iiarwuod :: pat of N Vrlt& ................. lira. of C. 1L Speoc-

E of ce... of syj of lot 15 .. I 11 ZG Ii' D. Co Horner . . 1 Z1 er ..................... 111Vrlt&
N I-a of way of e4 of lot 7. .. .. Z 11 :30 'I Martha E. Wyman 1 IIWy Lots Z. 3. .. 5. 6. 1. and 8 block 26: 'to 'I Lot 3 block 'l Rogers plat of N

of .y of lot. . .. .. a II all au Ell Berry . . Z 47Sy ................. ......... .It Harwood pall ...L...&......Corn...... Lou 4. .Ii...and......6...block........7....Rogers........ 1. A. V&l&ah: trustee.. t'l .

of ... 4 of syk of lot 6 . .. Z 11 all Ii G. W. Scamm.lI . 1 fiEye. Lots 1. ; 5. Co 1 and a block 26, plat of N Urita .................. IIIL of C. 1L Spencer -
of swk of..Y. of lot .. . .. .. a 11 44 i Emma KlIck.r . 1 U u..rwoOd ......... ................ 60 H&rwood L & I Com- ..................... 1 %1
N z-a of 3.4 of ny' of lot 6 .. 4 111 311 ZII M.L and W. 1L ...... 435 AU block 10 Rogers plat of N I
Gardner .. . . 4 63W.4 AU block r.. lIarwood ............ 40 H ood..L.& I Corn- .Vnt .............................. Hre of C. 1L SpeD-
of D.1oO of..}'a of lot It . 4 11 ZG 6 G. W. Hawking . 16Wyy ..........:::::::: : N' er ..................... 832Orita
of nya of lot 11 . . .. .. 4 11 all ZII MarT V. McComlck. 94 Lot 1 block 28. ua.nvood .......... 19 H. c Merrett AU block 11 Rogers plat of
Ne'a" of oeSk of net . . . 9 11 au It J. 1. Driver . . 146Wy Lots 2. 3. 4. 6. 6. 1 and II block 28. ............................... u- of C. ?: B nc8
of net of let of n.1 . I 11 U Ii Mary V. )McComick 71 ........................... .0 lIarwood L & I Com1larxa3J er ........ .........: 1"
palsy .................. t 3IilIlock
Eye of nwyj. of .. % of oat . .. I 11 au a D. ". Hall . . 1" Lot IS block 12 Rogers plat of N .
7 and I' of lot 8 .... ..................... h. of C. 1L
W :I-t of nwt of ceS'4 of ueYe .. I 11 aD 'I Mary V .Mc: ormlck 71NwSk Lois I. 3. .. 5. 6. Uclt& ..... Spencer -
of .wt of ... '* . . .. 1 11 III Ie Mary V. JlcC..mlck, 71NY :::9. Uuwood ............... w Harwood.. L. ".. I Com- t 35 ..................... 149Sl1

of nw % . . . . . 111 11 aD III G. W. Knox . . I ULSwyk & -' : oC e 1iO; feet of lot 1 block 8.
blocks 30 to .6, Uarwood ...... 1131 Iiarwood L 1 Company Kingston ........................... D. H. Jordan .........1013
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of set of owls .. .. ... 111 11 SU 111 Vomer and Stahl .. 1 U .......... ... ..... 5888All
Lot 11 block 4 Orange CIlI . Wm. RIchardaoD . 1 'II lIo1urd Island Grove W lOG feet of lot Ii aDd 11' 50 feet .
Lot It: block 4 OraDIl. City '. . 5.&m'L Thompson . 1 iI except.'; Ha.rwood ................ 60 Harwood L I corn- of Jot Ii and lot 1 pock a >r .
Lots 5 and 1 block 5. Ora"lI. Clt,. G. \\'. Kaox . . 1 71 black parry .. .......... IUt 'ton .. ................. ... 1. A. Kahl&r .......... l iiIV
Lot 1 block I. Orange City . .. Ell Berry . . 1 ZI Ha.rwood .. ........ 33 Harwood .L.& I Corn- 1W feet of lW feet n ii.aJ
Lot 10 block U. Orange CIlI . I: T. McFarland 1" All block 48. Sully .. 163 6 block 8. Kingston ............... Viola Knight .........10 a I
Lot 11 block 11 Orange City . lL MeFarlaud . 1.. :'. of sw',6 .. ...... .... ....: ......: 6 13 3Z 80 E. S. Wells :::::::::: 322Leta Wt 11 block 8 Kingston '.......... lamely Eo po tom .... 9 31
W UV foot of lot 20 block U. Orange 4 and 7 .. .. ... ........ ..... I 13 32 9ii HarwOOd L & I Company hit feet of sly of nya of lot 2 ,
l'Ity . . . . ._.. Unknown .. . . 174'v 3. ... 302 block Z. Daytona ................ R. 1. FopJ' ............ 149
Ut of lot Z1 block U. Orange Lot I ..... ............. ........... ... 16 ts 32 63 Hrs. C A. Bacon ::::: 2 12Lotd N 1 foot of 11' 1113 feet of lot 3
city . . . . . .. .. Unknown ... . . 11' I and Z ..... .... .... ............ 21 11 3Z 50 George &. Porter .. ... .1Mi and w lad feeL of c'y of lot 4
W UII feet of 22 block U. Orange Lot i ..... ........ .............. 11 U 32 6t C. A. Lommers .. ..... 1 U block 3. Daytona ................ A. B. Mansfield ....... 9 I'l
City .. . . . . . .. Unknown .. .. .. .. 1 i' Undivided: yi Interest In lots 1. Zu S iiU feat ot D lW feet of w 170
Lou 3i and at block U. Orange and 5 f U 32 Gross : (reamer. 183 feet of lot I block 4. IJaJ'tona.... J.L 1. Day .........._ 167

City . .,. . . .. . .,.. Unknown ... .. .. .. Z a1 ed..ini j. Si ii lot.:::: 1 (doss Kreamer.::::: 133 Lot 1\1 New.; Dank sub block to
Lute 38. U. tv and U block U. Lot :3 assessrs Try ton Beach..... George Tremon .... .. 166 Daytona .......... E. T. Conrad .......;.1318

Orange City . . . .. .. ... Unknown ... ... . .Ii i. Lot 6 block 1. Ormind Deca.h...... Mary Fan ... ..... ... 165 Lot .H block i'cub of lots l and I

Lot I block U. Orange City .... W. C. Cannons . lei Lots :. U and 15 and a %-3 or lot I 2 and .e.....:.lot.....3..block........6.,.Dayton .....: .- 1I&rJ' E Wllder ......12. <
W Hi feet of UII feet .f lot 6 block 13. Tomoka ................. 18 It 32 E. S. Wells ... ...... i OS
block 16 . .. .. feet of Lots :I and 4 block sub of lots +
Orange City Eliza M. JOD" . 3 01 Se'. of ewyw except s 417.4
Lot r. block 22. Orange City . E. C. Partrldge . 4 75 e 6_6 feet .. . ... ................. 18 14 32 35 1. n. Campell .. ....... 163 1 and Z and c., of lot J block 1
.. .. 40
or 5 Daytona .................... C. O. Lh1nptoD. .. 1.
Lot Ii block :U. Orange Clt' . J. E litlllmau . 1 46S N 672 feet of 11' 040 feet of nwy4
125: feet of lut I block 25. Orange n ........ ...... ........ .... 19 1. 32 10 J. 8. Lomond 120: Lot 1 block 4 sub of Iota 1 and Z
of nwy ....... .............. 20 1IC: to A SChort& ....::::::::: 155Lot and gyp of Jot I block 5. Vay-
. . . . . . .... ; ...
City G. W. . ,
Knox . 4 53 Or- bona ..... ........................... c. O. Livingston ...... 371,
Lot l' block 25. Orange CIlT .. Unknown . A sub of river hot to
. 1 21E oC cana.1 block G. .
.. W. G. DePass .... ... 15 !r.L"ts nill'" eea
211 fed .f of block mond ................. .
D'no lot U 25. river lot Dayton .. ........ A. M. Seaman ......... 111W
. . . . Iii and 11 sub of Co .
.. of'lot'S
Orange City D. J. Wigglns . . .1 as ... Alice Hill .............. 2 91 1W: feet of'ny block
Lot 2 block 27. Orange City . c. W. Sperry . . Ii U Ormond f..riv r. lot 10:.. S. l.1a.ytona ......................... R. JL Bryant ......... a 83Nwl4

Lots 4 and r. block a1. Orange City. Nancy Ilonliart . Z n Lot 11 sub! .. .. ..................... Hre Wm. McCabe &
Lot Z block 24. Orange Clty ... J. E. StilimaD . 1 U Ormond .. : of Jot 3 block 12, Da ona.... E. A. Bryant ......... 937
lIi 1-5 .f lot a block %II. Orange City. MarT 13.11 . . 1 iIIi sub of lot 2y. Or- M. 1. Rlgby......... 156 LoLa j and I block 12, Daytona.... J. C. McComb ....... $317E
C grant
Lot
nu feet of of lot Ii and e
11t feet of lot i lad lot 6 block mond ... ................... ......... G. IL & 1L D. Mitch- n'Js '
n. Otange City . . . ... B. Francis . . 2 47 111>> feet of lot i block 13. Da7. '
Lot U block SI. Orange City . .. Llda A. Miller . 1 21 Lot D sub of grant lot 7.. Or- ell ................ ..... 331 tuna ... ...... ......... .. ........... viola E. McCO.y ... ... at u
Lot j sub of lots 1 and Z aDd sea
Lot a block 29:. Orange Clty . .. Van It Bate 1 71 mond ........ ....... ........ ...... lIre. of F. C. WUU- of lot 3 Daytona ... J. H. Clemonts ...616Nw.4

lots City U. .and. .U. .block. . .U.. .Orange. . Barns and Thomas .. 1 7l lot 5 block I Dahomey, Ormond.. M-Os 1e.Lucas ...".........206 141L"t. N Iw of feet lot lflcc\of e:lJIi 14 feet. 1Jaytona of lot::I: C J. Messing ...:::::: 119

Lot az block 30. Orange Clty . D. Morgan . . 1 21 Lot 1 block I Dahomey ormond.. M. f. Willson Sr. 1 tc and D U feet of 11' 2Ul 8-11t feet .
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W 1i feet of e Ht feet of D Ifill U and at block 1 La \'ege. of M 2 block 21. Daytona ....... P. W. Butrum ........ 3411N
feet of lot Z block U. Ora..c. Ormond .. .. ....................... E. n. More ............ 226Pais 3IJij feet of e 1/3: of lot 1 block

City . . . . . . . Y. 1. Barna . . 1 11 1. 2. 3. 4 and 5 block 9. -. :::. Daytona ....................... E. DUl1n&ha.m ........1.11 I
Lot i block U, Orange City . .. Unknown . . . 1 71 Melrose. Ormond ............... 1-Ire. of H. H. Stew- Lot 11 block 1 Foots tub 111 block .

Lot a block 4. Jackson Addl00nOrange art ................... .. 3Lmond b7 :3. Daytona ...... ................. A E. Roberta ........ I.
City . . . . .. "'m. Laws . . a 018wl4 Pots 4 and 5 8.Ssessrie lower Or- Lot t.ub io
of ...... of ne4 . . . U 11 U 10 W. ThomplIOn . 1.1 -a .. .. Elizabeth Ormond ... 679 23, IJ)bloc Bertha T1ae ............ I IS r
Et of net of net . . . It 11 ao 111' Mary E. liurbert 1 U asxeaora. lower OrmondIkach Lot S except lots and lot S '

Ne"; of sw'of nwli .. . . U 11 at 10 MarT Scott . . 71wt .. .. ... .. ... .............. Ilre or F. D.gold 120 block 1 of sub b'ioc\24, Daytons
$ of .e3k and ey of gels of .wik U 11 SG &It lira D. Jumr .. Z Ii Ion 19 lIub of lots and b.. ........ 23 14 U 8. P. Man FA.rench. .. .. ......................... Hta of G. E. For-

Set of .et aDd net of DW'( of DIrMs ... .... 226Pot. ter .................... I 7.
.e3k and .wt of ..w.. ...f00. . n 11 U ill Hre Wm. McCabe . I 77 Lot :0 cub of lots 4 and 5 ........ 21 It = i>f..i>: Lots 4. S. I and '7 block 1 sub Of'

Lot I sub of HI. of sot . . II 11 20 1 H. W. Aieton . 1 U French .......... .. 06lieach lot 4 block 2S. Daytona. ........ Hrsr of George Eo
Lot I' cub of..4 of ..... . . :II 11 at 1 Thom Arm.trong 1 U 4 and It assessors, Halifax PO>tee ..""".."". 4z .
Lot 11 .ub of set of set . .. Ii 11 U 1 "1'm Tillman . . II G. w. Ellsworth .. 827 Lot 3 block 3 sub of lot 4 block
W sue 1.2 feet of lot a. . . 1 11 H U Tho. Cummings . 9 Z1 Pmts 6. 7 and 1 assessors: Iialifax Daytona 1. F. Williams ....... II'
E 1-:1: of w 3.4 of .}, of set of Beach .... ... ..................... 10' S F.11 s h.. . Lo 4. 66 7 block 8 bi lot

awn . . . . . . Z 11 lit 1. Elizabeth Gary . 1 01 Lot H assessors Halifax Beach .. J. Ii Ilutrhinoon. . 121 4 block Daytona .. ............. Sr1 Jr G. E. I'W-
Sya of lot a. . . . . .. 6 11 311 tll A. J. Grt'ior . . 1 16 8 ;.o feet o( e 1,0 of Jot 3 .... ... .. 2G U 32 46 H. C: Stanford. ..... 121 + ter .................... 313
Lot a and n 4 of lot 6 and .y of Lot 1 ... .. .. .... ............... 33 Ut! :9 'bUtt' D a Vi...... S 47 Lot 3 block cub! of 11' :-1 0f lot '

..w.lk . . . . . . I 130 I1S Empire land Co . 6 49 lot 1 suof lot 1 .. .. ............ ::6: U 32 34 IV- lie "Grah am ..... .. 89 block Daytona .. .............. 1. H. BrumHJ' ....... 119 .
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lot 2 sub of lot 1 .. ... U 32 16 D 1.. Graham .. ... .. S 97 -
Undivided y, lnteres4 In lot 4 . U 14 :II Gro It Kreamer . 1 21 Lot 3 sub of lot 1 . ... ... ... ... 36 Ut! 16 J.' ).. Craham ... .. .?. 2 97 Lot i block 2 sub of the 11' %-3 of

b'ka of and Iwo..y of of.e'k..writ... of of set ToD'O-of l.ot 4 sub of lot 1 .. .... ...... IS: 14 1 16 Nora S. It0111ns .. . 211 lot 6 block :6. Daytona ........... A. A. McCoy.... ..... 119

cwt . . . . . . a5 It 31 Ie c..A. Kenney . 1 93 wt Imo 5 2i sub e of of road lot 1 J.... .11.....Ilernan..... ..... 36 14C: 16 Mary G. White .. ..... 29; Lot'block 7 block. Daytona 1 sub or..11'3....... lot. I Wm Yelvington .......

Part of nwyk of nevi per Deed des: : grant .. ... .. ............... t3 14 33 J. n Lot 4 block 2 cub of lots 6 ; d1 111. 7
Book. 40 page tll . . . U It :II E. W. Sutton . . 1 85 lot al J. H. liernandex grant.. t.I It 32 Unknown GlIfo'l.. .,..::::: ::: 1 S 71 26 black 27 Daytona .. ... ... .... Maud V. Frost ....... 1 9
:01. t of se'. except iS feet of w IVI'ch.ofa5.8ofs.4oflot36ilopkins Lot 6 block 2 cub of lots 0 d1 ,

Ui feet . . . . . 11 11 at If A. n. Conway . 1 IS it ..... 4 Unknown l'lo vk 1, Daytona L T. Ireland .......... I. '
:01 133 fort of.-i& of ..... of .w4 11 11 :II It G. 0. Gambol! . 161 sI 8S foet :; n h8g the tof.W3: of .. .?... ..... 2 Ol Lots I ad 2 block f. b"of lots

Lot 11 block i Lak. Helen . W. 1. Niven . . 4 i5 inn 76, I grant. t rnkn01l'n e anl 7 block T. Daytona .. I. S. MOgis ............ 358
Lt 7 block :. lake Helen . F. S. Ilodgeg . . 1 21 S I chs fl n S SC't of e' of"i'i; """"" 131 Lots S and 9 block 3 cub f..l i.

Block t W)' of block ii. Lake Hopkins grant 1 6 tarldbt block Daytona .,, ... Mary Dozier ...... .. ... 152
t"nkn01l'n Jb
.....
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lIelen . . . . . .. .. E. X (:lake . . 10 IS ...:; 31 block t't band .i.Fit h 126 J.. 3 lI of lots 4 and 7taock .

Lots It and 11 block U. Lake grant .. .. .. 5 N. J. Davis .... ........ 174 27. Daytona .. 1. D. Hill .. ........... 152
lIelen . . . . . .... It A. U..Jlet . 2 41 Lots 5 6, 29 and 3U block : Lot 3 block 4 cub of is..f and 7
W ill fret of lot 1 and 2 block U. Flemming ntch grant ..........: :0 Marlon S, Green ... 327 block : Daytona .. ... Cowlyer ................ 1 a
Lake nelen . . . . .. eo '\\. L. Nler! . . 2 01 hot I block Ii lie & C. Iloliey 1.01 4 block 4 cub of lots d1
:01 1-$ w of Rood. block i6. Lake iIbioc.k..f.. . ... .. .. 1. I. line .. .... ... 217 block 77. Daytona . .. d1 F. n. Swanson ....... I 63
Lnt
l1".n . . . . . .eo. A1kIt ftleemaker . 1 tit La } & C. Holley 5 block 4 cub of lots 6 .
.\II 1Itock bi . 11111i Co F. : k : Iktytona .. .... .... ., I .303. Baines ......... 352
Lake Helen . A. Clttberr7 . . 2 17W'a i ECnnilrt .. 2:6 1.1.: '
.. of .trr. :; .6.am1:fb.ri; ; l lC. 1 block "" sub of lot I block .\ Day

Melee .crook. . .block. . .110.. .Lake. .. 1'IM& DI7u . . 1 ifSyt r, H & Rolle'YII .'.. ..... C. 1tlh.Jn'9 .. ... .. 3 1.01' .n:1: tuof. . .lot. .1. .bi k.s:..Day... B8M Miller: ........... 303 -
\ D. of crock block 11. Lake t.nt 9 block a H & C Hoiley ,

lIelen . . . . . . 1. P. Sias . . 1 51 Pmt IlJ i .d"ii; 1v1: f block. .. ...oM'& 2.'Vlcking .... ........ 37S ..:: .n\;.I i.>t..ftih.; fi5..:.and 7 Jdla 0Ititg .. ........ 185 '

Eyj 9f block 11". lake ti.lea J. r. Mite . . 1:1lo. ,'. : . . .... : hack Daytona . ....
Icon 11111 ..
'; of It It grade Wu k 111. ants. and, ... \hL CH.J-O. .. .. ... 7 % 1,, 1 :and i ts' nd Hrs A-r. Ward .... .. 362
I : loIo..k1.: .
I.ile llelen .... ..... ............. I & Cll'
S Z'4' of w2" of block 111. L alhdtel lL 3. a f.agamery.:01 L't..1ly 1111I .. .. .. .. .... ...... J. II w\ .. .. .... I r. 1.;I..th ::. 1 I'Iyton.t cub of .is3:...and, .. DeItt. Rule ....... .... U.

.. ... .. ... .... : .... 5 hkVk. !1. n'dytOft/1 .. ........ ..
1rtplg 2 ..
01 .
3. n 1L B. h.slse .. ... ... 141
8'= block ii: Like Iieien ::::::::: uz.11 btateliesoa.:::: 146 f"I: f .i-fiot;; 1 Ilokk J ..loot.t' L.LLy . . Z 11 f I

.\ $4ock la: Lake Holes .... 3. !-. alace 9: loony 1\111 . . .. ... .:. :. ..: I.t. :: .10.'k I cuA of lots 3, 4 and '
... C. It4'wclyoM' .. ,
x., of block 1B, Lake I loin..... Il: n Wail ......... 2 47 R of Inc I Aleck 22' )1. & C.. .. .. : M bJ.II'k 1'. Ha)1ona ... ...... .Joe. aM San 1 1I

N 54S fret of block 163, Lake Boll Hili . . .. . ..... ILf/y A 41.we9 . t J t: h"'k 2 IIIIb of lob Ot3tsU ..... .. .. ... ..... 177
3. 4
Helen .. ..... .. . .. .... ..... .... P. C. 3kaltitos ...... 3 2i t:': of w'= of lot 1 block 31 L R: 1'1 honk 24, I cyto..a .. .. and
AU block lQ}. Lake lieu ........ F. L. Mer. .. ... .... 96AU !'' (lolly 71its t". 11aw6jvr .. .. S ';J Lot I< hlo'k 2 cub of is3. 4'Mid aL T. Cary .. .... .. .. HI
block 163. Lake Ht'wa .... ... D. )I. u..se ...... .. a 4 1 of lot 1 '-1"10 .
Il.1y:i Hill .. ....... ................ 1.t:1:; ; Ibytona ". ,,,, s. J. 3icslt ..
: 141I.
Lot 22 block 16:1, Lake HeIea.... .. E. flank A ; i i. .. .. .
G Blake ........ .js7 .. 370Fl 1 tab of Meek
Lot \ . .. . . . . ... :: 15 lit 0.V. CMadieeCeJ I :v
: except a feet block 173 :: .. 1)lytona
Lake Heka .. . ..... ............ D. n 1m" .. ......... 277 ...i ;Z; ;t and of c"block'. %. o.at_. H 19 (- ,.. & O.K'ta I 11% t I blow h i cob' -of lot 6 Neck lamly .. ..; Sill

N'y block I'L Lake HelM .. ... D. n Itn&se ..... .... 247 '....i: I hl''k' ] I:. & .:' ;\ ': D 31 \V. C. Carpentee : iUis \\'i;: 1 dip Ona ..:" ..".. Cara afarlq .. .. 511
Aasa J. I i" .
N IS feet of g1n block 14. Lake '; and S bl k ;;t breeteS... mhfser . 94 l t I _k h.

Helen ... .. .. ....... .......... llaahrew 1 tub of ei ot lot 4 Week 11.
D. 0Hesse .... ... ... 327 .. .. .. ........ T H. tilMte . .. .. 1Il 1 Iraq r
lV \f. cw% : aL;f. lot le.:::::: f n : S 'aktlow ... 1 Ni of lot It block 4 Rogers s. I,,,, -1 ::"'k"r i..i;." "iii Mora J. N4a0a .. . US.I.r .
n'x lot .. H. HutcIaces .::: 1 . 1Lo 4 hl.ek
K of of .. ... .. : xand: ti : SS'. r. t.aIIrnrtia) ... I .I 21. Dayona ". ,,., VII IIIa
: aesr II': lot L a 11 a 8 A. H. Hotcbta.as. ... 1 block 5 Rogers: Sea 1 Mork 1 Ludtt36tc hl block Lee .... . 17611a
W3.4KnI of lot If aDd 8 of eze . .. .
rtonaI.
my of lot 12 .. .... . . . .... 319 a $ H. R. Green ..... ... 1 .n it ;: fort of tt'i.iockTB iiift: Pin C. D. Seser .... :1(3 I I.. t hb k 2 Ludwig, In i.Nek J. w. 9.ward, . 2 52

:Bile ef st: of lot 12 .. .. .. ... .. Ilia 19 HarrIet A Nis ..... % iwahrese .1, ..i.i AJ.A1AB. 8318bx. : r'MN! ; at.L 0IIIIIe. 1S
x1'3 of hR 2 and e I chg of ., of 3st Lot 14.. 17, 14. and Z4 ii1 r. .'.l k dWiP. in bsek ... .. . 1Ikhh

. .. ... .. .... .. .. .. .. ... .. .. 4 I' a N Ka6J a: EDp ........ I'T.3w1y 1' ;:i E ehmse i2".k" LE H. 8atet ........... : eiI :.:' 1t r..tc Green
I 3 tots 1 lad 111.
of 11 I Ii i dWi IR.M k .. . .
lot 3 .. is Caroline E. laIl .. 141
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B 1. ehe Dj :fa K ay of .lt.S; ::::: : 11 : 27 Marv R. McCorakk.:: 1 7 .c,' itor 3 :. r.block. R'-aheeezo Rogers. .... ... s. 1 H.-.D .......... 3w ; Iklytnna . .. s. R. HutfRt

.S4 of lets ..... ...... .. .... .. .. 1 u a 46 K. S. Baker ........ .. I. ton ese .. ....14.... . ....... ..Sea...... I. '.+ and 1 hitlrk T.IIteI1p 411 . 119L
tut 9 .. .. ... .. ... .. 3l bL R. Z 47 S. r a..ut".t .. .... .. .. Siaf. : .tkt.-ktt1; .. I. R
8134 feet K e an"t of 103 L.::: : g a : 1 A.: s.nIWIa.: .::: :::::: 7 6 hip k : E Da'totla. .. ..... L ....... 1 "'' Dart; -I Iilak Harden 14

r:"or. lot 4 191831 0. E. & A M Ortes Lo't I. 1.I""k E "" 1..t_. ... .. Iota SLMe 1abrs 17j. t.t.;naI..t 1 Lt;.j.f1 .iii.Stook a Sfehgaa .. ... . tlJJ..t
1 1of
aw!r:::::::::::::::::::::::: 3 13 A :: 11ica C. Carpenter ... = .. tp' ,...s ....... ...... II Wi n tonnt
Se': se's ..... .... ...... .......... 26 13 31 M Elba C. Carpestee.... I" :n .and: 4 except 8 b. diet of :: h1 .k I..d.-I Ja JeIduIon .. .. II'
N% of lot 2 anti lot I .. .. ..... .. ... Ii 31 Ui G. E. It A aL; .I..:t 4 block 7I. E Dayton ..-. T. P. WllftaM U 1) ,.," slneb. .. Play-. .
Or:7 1.. L block a. E 0a"t0ll& ....... tits '
toll .. . ... ... tor tack ..iKkLot l.H I t "1... k I.edw6R bierk Tq: tiekou . . I I'r.
Lot 13.nb of lot 5 .. .. .. .. .... a un. I. P. P..I.-.ts .. .... .. .. 71wl : except e 100 feet Week 1. wart """ "'....... 9 a t'ra . . .
$ K ew'4 . 24 4D $ 121 lteanento . toot f t>I...k S i.ndwlg: : Uleek Thy.: __ Rtad4e . . II'r
N 3.1 Katy of .nw ;. of nets.:::::: 3; i = 15 &r1 b Oft.- :::::: 2'2rtoI s foct or' i"4 blok 1:;' Mr t:. 1.1. SMuftoo .. ... ... 8812' 'n. -

't Nets 4y of of of !.w'4 srt4 W% ::::: ::.:.3::::::::::::::::: i 119 I9 I9 D.D.atary E.S. Rntlef Vuoebis Rutiee .::: ::::::: i ti Wmentfe'hi;,k et Memento. .oftti.. .e'. .. ,. ..of. Iet d Rage Hsfae, ."" ..... lt 1 t.tr.r ;. 4 .-i-r-r.t 4 toI-: e. t. 'e1.f' t t"4 L e. Celesean . 119Mork

17. .... .. .... ir4 1 r 1'' tell of hi'. ..pk e. c'GocM1wt1I . 4 61ihlctna
Let: J sub of xtz of .. . 4 : Cnkaewa .. ht
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ee'.4 1n: 1 EUn Rises .... ... .. :1: l. 1 to -5 tncfu.ive b.o. bleak "" 2t ''IIi :
UM D 13 anJ E 13 cub 'f W'2 of.et. ,_ .
.. ... ... . . ... -.. .. 41)31 I J. A. Patillo .. ...... 101 Dort :\ resub mPntn i'bi. ik.i1.ji.m. ..: 3. 1. OHm .. .. ... .... .51 1 1to t J ool t M .rk I"w b K a.e'; Medt 3. R. r..tdtI . .00 1:1
r.x b sub of set; of 1n14 4 1 Jii i Itsklas t . .
Lot II wpb of nw'4 of ewi,. :::::: 4 : : 4 3larri 1t1sie0clfl.:::::: 123.1 lot 4 Dlorh .t... .Dtyt9na .17saei.... Jtla llinsls ....... .... i 01lot 1 Lot := 2 of lot. "bi.'M; Ceo.Wwla . 1 11,1t

Lots U. and 16 sub of I"i! ........ 'U Ii 3& J. E.: FarM ......... 2 9; 14 block 1. Daytona Beoa4lb ._ .J4ah.. .. stet .".. ..... ,.e 61 llyteea '
1.0111 4y 46: and 47 assay Enter.tisn Pat 19 block I. Daytona Iteatlt 1' n. "I Cs1Ms8Rh 2 41Ints 1 it Week : .tth of Inl t" 4 block F.I:. Wkkt . . 19.
; .. ... H 14 & li. 201 I and 2 block Daytona 0. S'Bea ........;:: n Z:. Hann. .
S' of i't'4r .S;;;: :nt rp.i :::: : 13 = i: 1f. Sark Farber.: :: 96 I ................:...........- C. It blh.t'11I fI I' Jrk... 00 119o
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tie._....1...........fS ...: I Mr. and: Mrs. R, H: Lesesne leave:IAPPROXIMATEDATES 1
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this afternoon for Jacksonville, t
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Local Paragraphs. f fI
where they will visit for a few weeksbefore MADE\
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, ....................... ** (: I going to Like Placid, X. Y t1' r. I,tr Lard has been in existence a ,

She can't graduate from Daytonaor Will II. Stevens and family left !

Seabreeze high school but once. on Monday for Claremont, Va., at I For Next"' Year's Races on Ormond.I .

Make her a useful present. Watches I which place Mr. Steyens was located i J:i Daytona Beach-No Freak Ma- long time.:... so has indigestion :
lockets and chains bracelets combs,
previous to his coming to Daytona. I chines Will be Allowed.

etc., are all useful presents. Yes .i |How about that graduation gift? A meeting of the executive comet'
we have lots of nice things for the I Human nature is hard to solve. People refined vegetable oil and choice beef suet-
:I We have many pretty articles for mittee (If. the Florida East Coast J JAutomobile
boya. All goods engraved free. + who are most particular about adapting the everything about it is digestible and conducive
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'I the boy nr girl graduateGc.ft. \ -):\1'.n was: hell fit '
L. H. HOWE & C.,., The Jewelers. I' weight of their wearing apparel to the to health.
.; II. Ci.tKK, Jeweler. the clnhhonsc') last week. It was decided
,rl Mrs. S. 0. Worley, of SL Augustine I'I to hold next: year's races between -I season and its conditions who never think It is a product of Nature.of .
Mrs. E. R. Jefferson accompanied :
has been the guest of Mrs. F. I II her the :20th) and :.TOih of iEaech( '', going out in a storm without an umbrella It will make healthful
by Miss Edna Nostrum maid pure, palatable, l
and rubbers who would not sit in draft
J. Nicer this week. I I: left for M nUlair. N. J., last.. Saturday. \; i:I Ilwl'xad1,111'10 deity''m! eat (11 lie, for farm:will a food 1. and food which anyone can eat and 1
sit' the table and
calmly at
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\V. t;. IMudtfrU and I family left .1 I :: i iI ;, status; ff the da\ light;; I li-h-s. enjoy without the after-pangs of a disordered
stuff themselves with lard-snaked food and
fur their Mimmrr home :it Fail haul t, ; l ) | !I .\ iiitimiillir rinlsisliu..4: .\.., : stomach.to .
I )Ir. mill Mrs. J.S.. Matson ,11I.1 l i i not realize for an instant: that it is likely
.. Minn last: ;.it ii rtLiy. 1 : .: I'.iin.J.I... II. i lUMiild.r.: and a llmdmcmln ,
1 I nom Tom. kit Monday for ta\'ir.! : !Is. M-lctlcil' Ilicntwo. give them a full-fledged:;: case of indigestion Every good ;grocer: sells C IIQc1lc.
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;$For lust I: d.1WOI.. L.iun.tSteam ) ( I !: I l
: -- homo at Itichwoud Ity. They will and clog their whole inner machinery.
i i I in maku ; the It comes: only in scaled white pails with
I was apiioiutcd up t program :
Laundry, phone S. tf i I
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,. 3\-1' stop at jioints in North Carolina <<'II-I I [ur the t 1111'\t ami I to have sameready ;. Lard i is: produced from hog-fats, somea red label and band. In the center of

Mr. and Mrs. R. T. McFadden route. !I by July tirt>t. times impure always indigestible, and the label is our trade mark-a steer's head

left Monday for Tybee Ga. They I Dr. M 1. R. Bainter, who recently! I I Mr.I Paine will go to New York there's a good day coming when no one will in cotton plant wreath.

1 will return in the early fall : received his appointment. as jiost- !i and take up (the. m.illcr with Mr think of using it for cooking. Cotlolene is Try Cottolcne once and you'll nevermore -

II. (/. Shepherd one of Daytona. master at Kingston, i is critically ill I I ISalf li'-Mer, and, ( it is ,autiiilo.| : .1I | the only rational frying and shortening be a friend to .
1
regular winter visitor left the forepart :; at his home on North Hidgcuond I that an interesting program will In medium in the world. It is made from lard.

of the week for Wilkesbarre, avenue. I I arranged for t the next meet.! f

Pa. I It has l,een derided! to do away be
Mrs. Belle Abbott Haynes and. COTTOLENE was granted a GRAND PRIZE (highest
Miss Annie Waters!' of Jacksonville ; daughter Evelyn are visiting friends i with all freak racers; and confine the pouible award) over all other cooking fats at the th

visited with Miss Edna Stilingthis at DeLand Sanford and Orlando. races to long distance events which recent Louisiana Purchase Exposition, and food cooked ..

week at her home on South They expect" to lie absent alxmt) i I \\illRivecarsenterinc' a ihormmhlest. with COTTOLENE another GRAND PRIZE. r a:

Ridgcwood avenue. three weeks. I: "Home Help," a took of 300 choice recipe, edited ,
.\ I'Nil' \\ill IN made at the Or : by Mrs. Rorer, it your for a 2 cent stamp, if you
.shipment"Allt' retti" I I 1Ii1'! A. Ring, who has U-en : 1110..1"1.. of f the course and anollx rat ; address The N. K. Fairbank Company Chicago. ,r

r-hocolales. HAXKIVS, The. Druggist. } spending the winter as usual with the south. end that. I 1 A NEW FEATURE-The "tent air-tight top on this pail it for + j,
!so ears can
the purpoee of (keeping COTTOLENE clean, fresh and whole tome;
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Herman left !I i her sister Mrs.( IW: Greene, on turn without slacking their. 1',1.1| l I it ago prevent it from absorbing ail disagreeable odor of the
i i ', left Monday for such as fish, oil, eta
lgeVood'nll( grocery
Sunday for Magnetic Springs Ohio, | It is more than likely that an 1
I b
where the doctor has a large practice -i Elizabeth N. J. I effort will Ix made to iiuluo" the I 1 1

in Osteopathy. ] I ('. Connor and his mother Mrs.! drivers who are eliminated in Nature's Gift from the Sunny Southe .
lit.1
Mrs. H. B. Deekman, mother of M. Wetherell, who have been occupying /elimination trials for the. \', .

Dr. 1) D. lieekman was stricken Mrs. Spencer's cottage on cup race to muse to Orinoiidlhiylou.i -
North Beach: t\trt'f't. left 'I'hurertav'I'1 anti.. (there show the woild (just A T --
with her home '
paralysis at last. I
iiW 1 Ar .riVmWiVVW."iViiViWiWJWWVWV/i'iVfdW'I ,".WiVWWkWr
for Salamanca N. Y. make.
What time they.in: I
'week, but is I
now improving. (

Mr. and Mrs. 1.. M. Wait departed -I I !. Mrs. Troy i is having. some alters-t: ]! Jewelry. New Books.

Monday for Karragansett : tions made in the Troy House, anj i SOME RECENT :: ;
I i office being made in the front of the!! M J tt I
Pier R. I., whet as usual Mr.
building closing the hitherto open) I REALTY DEALS I
Waite will
large
manage a summer
I' II passage to the dining room in the '
hotel.. .. 9. 9. 0

Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Esch and children -! rear. i! Extracted From the Books of Record 1 ii '
Mrs. E. 11. Hotchkiss awl daughter : F:3 t !
and Mrs.:E. J. Wright and : :
for Volusia County Numerous
left
Miss Agnes Stratton departed Mon- Miss Gertrude, Wednesday Ie
afternoon South Norwalk Conn. Transfers.IVLand .
day for their summer home at for I /. + t 1 :' 1 1'

Huron Ohio. After spending a month there, they 1'U, May :I-The foil.ming!I ""awy fftv" .
expect to make a brief visit!' to Swit I transfers r>t property in and about I>:aytona -]
What is Lily Water? Call at I I zerland. I I liave been rerordWl in thentHre ..fthe l.. 2 :<-3 gS :
the electric light plant.The Clerk of the rirnut Toint lit |Ie- : 1'rxt1'l
1. A perfect fit in glasses!' guaranteed. i I land l recently: iI i ic.
Misses Marian and Emma
Johnston closed their home at Day- I I make examinations by the I,:I :M. Ii. ELeyto It. I 11: Old.<, tI 1.tIO.I 4
f
latest scientific methods. Neville) north } lot 3, hLxk 3, :Memento.R. .
tona.Death and left for I I :
Monday, :
II. 'lark, optician at Cl.irk's j 'w- J Sheldon to Joseph| White, >(*", .
Dorchester, Mass., accompanied by i I..tI., block, Shrltlon't New m.rna. r
their mother. : dry storeA. :Margaret Wttht-rrll<< to \ f'toril'1.: ;; -e our Souvenir Spoons and Orange All the latest XoveU. Also Ixxiks for the :

B. Kimball of Ormond was a ,. Somer, 51.00, south 10: rt, f.f lot :t.blotk r Knives Our prices will interest you young I jieoplo.Stationery. +J :
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. McCann, who
: Daytona visitor Thursday.!' Mr s, Hogors &>ahrf'(>7.f'. ;e Jewelry Repair WorkGEO. of Hvcry Kind. :
conduct Mac's Cafe during the winter
Williamson Cad l ,
to Taylor
Kimball made a pleasant call at the Virginia Lee a 1"-'i.I" The best line in the city.CLARK i
: season departed Monday for !1.ooand valuables! liltI., bliK'k. !:,.
Ga7ette-News office and while there ; ity
their summer abode at Mackinac.r,7 I rienicnt's nest end in Daytona. ;
entered his name on the subscription .f
Island, Michigan. I Edwin A. Hagin to It. And'r..II'1il.Oft : H.
i list.Major. lot 2rt .\, (I. Alvarez Crant., i iC .
'}Dr. F. H. Houghton, Suite .1.1 ] and Mrs.I .1. It. Downingleft ,. Weaver to Willie Williams: X100,1: > Two Stores. 124-126 South Beach Street. I :
Opera House block, telephone 3:!. tf lot 7, block \Vea\rrV sub in Daytona.
last Saturday for Middleport, Willie Williams to Ma Williams: ..JIJIIIII.a.il.JIIII.JIIIIIJIIIIIJIIII.JIIIIIJIIII.JIIII.JI>I + >I > l IIIIIJIIII i
J. II. Potter and daughter Miss Ohio. The major's musical talent I !1.I1) lot 7, Mock I, Weaver's s"ib. m /s\; vvur ffll { f ra.uvu.vv.rs/ / 0 >avvvrvYVV/ / {Yv >>YvYpVy fV 1'Y>> rf'f"s9Y>> ITff->V> ,..r'il 1 iVf'- -. j

Amelia accompanied by Amos Frazier 'I is always at the disposal i : of his Jhltona. 'i 1

who has been Mr. Potter's friends and has been greatly aPJ1n'Iciat..1 k-o.. 11. Ludwig to Harrison Tliompxon t
X400, lot 10, bio.' k -', !Ou"c.t/ 1.11.lo..k )
sistant during the winter left Tuesday rr'l the past!' winter. :
31. IJaytnn I
for Westerly R. I., for diPl1m!\ I :
J. Wcyerhaueser and family, I Nora 1'. Hayws to ElIielIiI'r,1::: j I I 1
who have linen occupying I*. Adler. $,000. Ms 4 and .1, Mm k ,

mer.Mr.. and Mrs. J. F. Stewart house on the corner of Magnolia and ,I man's Daytonn.: j rf
II j liesMe H. Horny tn Jamet II. IVr-x-n l f
their two daughters, the Misses May Palmetto left Wednesdayfor I
avenyes
.| S3iOO) ", part lots 1 andlla'k: 2. ]Day- j
I I i lI.
and Jessie left this week for Evanston Washington I D. C., and other .! tona. 'i

J1L .Mr. Stewart owns a handsome i'I eastern cities, on their way Jo St. 1 Thom.i3tioo.lall: : to John (i. I5ro\\n, j 1

( winter home on Fairview :\\' ',, I i Pan), Minn.C. ( ;;i *tnento..I.OtI, f'at :.o fl. ,.f lid r;. buck. !', :Me-:j 1 '
:
enuo. :! Johnston's: stock was Orrin J.r.adl tu Mauley: :S.' H,,wleyi ,
I ) :
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Digger and better loaves at shipped to HcndersonviUe: N. C., :$300, lot .i. 1I'N'k t:;, Migl-- ]lay i : :
'I tona. \
Daytona Dakery.H. :'Thursday, in charge of Wilson Al;I Ida!: 7.. Daggrtl tn John F. Mi-watt. : : t : l
O. Fletcher closed his I len. Mr. Johnston went to Gainesville .
I 200. lilt 10), block I. KogrrV! Daytona.11'm. \ \
store' on Monday and he and r I on business! Thursday, expecting : Ijixtrcey tn John W. Tnnr..r'i. | \

1 Fletcher departed Tuesday : a to return Monday.( lie will) I II I..l"h :-f.'. and ''TO, AndrcNrw1: '. I

. Fitchburg) Mass. They will spend II leave for IIcn,lersonville some lime Smyrna.: !

a week or more at the .. ('!' next week.A ,i
I I
Exposition enroute. ] 1 McClellan A Ivlwanls are doingthe ;
party consisting of II. R. Wil- : :
R. R. Stewart, who has I burn, B. 1'. Smith B. B. Baggett !I shop work for the addition to::

the F. H. Schwegler jewelry and : i!j and Percy Ilodgers took advantage I I, the Congregational well'under Cliunli. which} is'' | |iJ i

souvenir store in the Wray building -t{of the first' Thursday half-holiday to now way.Mr. :; !

this season, left Wednesday 'I make a fishing trip to the Inlet and Mrs. Ottomar..m'd.i and t t

Detroit. Mr. Stewart expects to return aboard the Ruth R. They were especially -I their friend, Miss( Ella May Myers. i : : : ,
-
here about the first' of next Dt prepared to annihilate the who have l bees stopping with Mrs.r t i j

i i | II. I Hand ]Bench,
rcmler. flounders. Lydia at Daytona .|. }
I | left for the north Wednesday. Miss J : : :
Furniture or carriages stor Capt:Will McCoy left Wednesday I
'ii
I is the lady whoa
i Myers plucky onng I
afternoon for New York to again 4.
for the building. Address .
summer, dry I '
had the thrilling in the:
A. Staples % Volusia. .l --' j take boat charge"Hobo."of the Capt.sea McCoy going motor states i[I I surf a short time eperien ago. I 1 j l ( : ;

Elmer Oliver left Monday for Belgrade that the new boat they are buildingat I j Civil Engineer: I). n.) Rogers went ;

Lake Maine, where he Holly Hill will be the finest passenger to Augustine Tuesday!' afternoon, I !

conduct an automobile bus I boat on the river. She] will I where in company with his son, i I i I

from a summer resort hotel to I have engines of from 80 to I 100 Clarence and officials of the CoastLine < 1

depot. The big red bus that horse power and carry l.;:>0 passen; j Canal and Transportation ('0. : ,

here all winter wa shipped I gers. 'a trip will be made over the two or | I I It
to that l .
place.In j more surveys! for the extension; of tie : :
Mrs 0. S. Flash and son, Geoffrey -
,
'
canal north of in t I
Augustine< order -
j
an item in last week's Gazettej I who have been visiting with r.mtt'I I I ( ) )
, the feasible
I to secure more
News in reference to the removal Mrs. F. M. Davidson, on South Pal I
, Mrs. Arnold as the executrix of metto avenue since the forepart of I The company intend to continue the .s i \ ( : :'!> ( ) () J ( )
work northward. the Halifax .
as soon as :
will of Rev. C. W. Arnold an March, left Wednesday for Jacksonville -
': and Matanza> section t is t. m- : I : l i I :' '! J
occurred. The letter of the
physician going from that point by Clyde : pleted"THEDEVILofTODAY", 1i 1!
filed with the prayer for Line to her home in Staten Island : i
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movalstated that the executrix N. Y. Mrs. Flash is not a strangerto

physically and mentally Dayton.having made several previous I : ; ;
1f visits here. i
4 of transacting the business. Mrs.I ) } I :

I Arnold has been in poor health -!I Mr. and Mrs.( F. II. Webster with Hit work in the Horn. Church. Society.BuineM .

: some time, which, together with is their daughter, Miss hazel and son, I' b wk portraym I'ohtwa the and rra.e e.etr dancers itaU of found life.in all A i. I I

.. absence from the state, made it Henry left Wednesday for their condition escaping them.of life.A warninir 1'itfalK note and t"M meth'da>*7oungmen of I

J practicable for her to continue former home, St. Louis, Mo. Robert This and book women u hiving from, a wrerk.... immrn.an-l<..ruin.',,I.. ;
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trust. Scznosky, who came south with We wantatent t'- th. al.ve t.,11 ath: .
a full line of Standinl sub-ro.n. B..A. -
and T. "hei -UL,1! t.t-
{ Mr. Webster as a business assistant Red Letter Family <-
f Remain and enjoy the pleasantest |.sew won be sent tree.Thu .
returned with them.: Mr. Webster u ruur"I'f'I'I1l1rj.: .to wok..\ m..1IM'..a' .1i !
; days of the season but recently sold to T. F. Curtis the i. worth your in..hr.t o''' tl.. r.a.trrte.r..I.Whohaveteenahu'vcar :i :

departing leave full instructions i D. E. Luther Publishing Co. t
Beach street ,
Hendricks property on II : I :;[ : :
:'.I the care of your property with Norman which Le purchased: Itt fall -12-14-16 Trinity Ave. Atlanta. Ca.: !

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.k TH&Y "MAKEA ( BROV1I (First |I"h. M.,. 29; last puli. Slay IS). yo ..'

Notice lo debtors and Creditor
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I I in and for Voliima(' n"rnh. / /AA f/7
In tli. Mailer of
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I D BIUE RIBBON fuller. i Ii lirrrhy' givm' Diet tl.r I uu. yow. 1"
t 14- v/nov rsicnnl! Im' duly iUAliflfxl| e.* Q mtorof the (-state' of I.urent* C. Me.llrllau

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[ NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT. Four Sailings Each Week '1

t In t'imiit C'ou'l."f'III":; IIETVEEXJACKSONVILLE
JudicialI'ufuil
tl'Ih SOLD BY LEADING DEALERS of ri.uiiU, in Mini f..r \ iiluConn and NEW YORK.

l\. (ailing at Cliarlntton. rt C.. both way's.I .
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I. \'on mr lit,n'hy injuirrtl to npx. | .ar l<> I i itli BOSTON'AND 'PROVIDENCE.
'f .e.. ..... .ee.e..eee.................. ..........ee I I". lhhl"1 I nil.I '. I <* I Hill i.f ISnnplaintihrl/ lier,'tn tam"t I AND ALL EASTERN POINT
Calling lit Charleston Roth \\ nrnSF.MMMEKLY ,
ton in Ili NHI\I> rntitliil. muse on or i I
SEABOARDAir MALLORY : I nut I :Lt.1'I" "lr 1rn: N I..I.I% 1"IIt..I"", Ufoirtlit* :aril tat of JIIIII'It Id1: );. SAILINGS.miiinl .

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K'nil\ui\ i :i, the '1f"* I'/lI"'r| in uliuli thw I
Line LINES \: |, \s11111'1 nut 1 1"I.h"lIft.,,, l's 111.hIP 01.It"r ..I.alll..* pulilishr| OIHT a wr.,U for From font Catherine Street, .Tatkviivillr

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\\ iliinvt my hand' and Mai of olturflint I i CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE
Iht\rn "I'mm, KiluiJi! !I. 'Ih:,< l 1a"'II.1 SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS j: i'r11 iin.l llitMi flit n.N If ion litlr I'Hhdii' of Apnl. l II. l'! 07. I|I ,
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I I I' Nmili. TIN \.lUtor. N.Vniltns NOTICE OF ELECTION.
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