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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title: Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: June 15, 1907
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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1 -- THE DAYTONA GAZETTE= NEWS.







Vol. 19, No. 3 0... Ev.rrwBt. Reach** All CI....*. -' Daytona, Florida, Saturday, June 15, 1907. Bat AJ ertl.im Medium in Daytona- .,.nJ V laltr.- Price 5 Cents

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1 : ADRIFT IN I THE MAY\ LAND THE ;' IMPROVEMENT\ \ OF I.U1.1.I.I.IIRSIsIS1111..uIIII.II/I.1/1...............


(. I Bargain) Days Saturday Will and be MondayOf I: GULF OFEXICO.\ VANDERBILTRACEAn THE CITY ISLAND. 4 4I I:\i I BARNES, the Novelty fan, :


f each week at t KKK KKK Krr : .
our store this summer. I
: Daytona Boat Breaks Crank Shaft Effort Will be Made to Have This The City Fathers Hate in Mew the : SELLS EVERYTHING. :
Today and Monday will offer entire line ofLADIES' '
we our Among Ten Thousand Islands and Famous Event on the Ormond- Betterment of this Public PropertyAnd : .
: Especially:: } Stationery, Fishing:: Tackle Crockery :
SUMMER HATSat Crew Suffers From Thirst Daytona Beach. Will Ask Aid of Citizens. : Glassware, Lowney's Chocolates, Souvenir Post :

very great sacrifice. Come and get your pick of The party which left Daytona Major A. 13. Foster, president of The clearing up of the City Island i <<<'ards, Talking Machines, Dolls, Toys, and Notions. a

the lot. : about two weeks ago in T. B. Col- the Florida East Coast Automobile i is butVthe beginning of a !serifs II : :

: ins' power boat, bound for Tampa Association, Asa Paine, ex-president, i of proposed' improvements (by the :: BARNES :

I v The Peck-Hendricks Company. : to deliver the boat to her owner at and Geo. )E. Sebring, vice-president City Count t, which, if carried out, :: Will also frame your Pictures, sharpen your Saws, a

...++...>.........*>.....>>.+...+..>.......>..........: that place, had an experience not of the same organization are now : will make. the i island an attractive I :: Knives, :Scissors" Lawn Mowers, Etc: and will a
down on the program of the trip, in Sew Pork, and the tine gentlemen spot' fur residents. : and visitors i alike. : i
almost that of whack
......................................................... which for two of the party was to be will make a united effort! .to1 I As: Son as a dredge can IH obtained repair: anything is out

I M. ELLA DE VOY CO. no more than a pleasant outing. bring the Vanderbilt Cup Hare to i for the purpose. a channel In Fact, for Any tiVantRememberBARNES
I August Achstetter was in chargeof the Onnom}-Daytona I5eacli Just: will be cut along the north side of. the

LADIES' HATTERS the boat and Harry Hough and what success they will achieve iu the island, in order to allow small boatsto : I

: Oscar Michael accompaned him as the matter is to be determined but reach it, and eventually the I ,

: Correct in Styles. Personal attention to Flttlnl.: passengers.All> knowing ones say that there is good ]dredging will he extended to the I THE NOVELTY MAN.
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: No 0 South Hs\. h Street Dajtona.
...........................N..........6............. went well until they reached prospect of bringing this worldwideevent circuit of the island 1, vpening the I: 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA FLA. :
the Ten Thousand Islands on the to our door water about it, and raising. and ,

.- 1irYiirililtiinrYilldwieYr.Yliltiiiiriilhtirti'iiiliiiifii(iirYiillNrhhVeieYrwYrtnl el'iimiriiiiniiarYis :., gulf coast, when the crank shaft In times past there have been' enlarging it with the matter: exca PIIO.NB: :n). :

broke> and left them adrift four or many accidents in the race for the vated.It I.I.1.........I1111.....f1ISI.............i.....I.1

Miller Strohm Co. I I five miles from land. There was no reason that it has been conducted (iu is also proiKteed to build a pub- '

= means of propelling the boat, not a highway course. With the race lie dock along the north end of the ....................................................:

i even an oar to help them, and they here all danger would be eliminated island and extending to deep! water,

I, Successors to ; were obliged to tear up a piece of and much faster" time would be for the use and convenience of I I CONRAD6ROCfRY co. i

PECK & FOSTER. planking and thus paddle the craftto made. larger craft passing; up and down !

the nearest island. tIle river. I .

I Family Groceries I The weather was very hot and OLD FLORIDA'S The erection of a pavilion is: also :: ((8uc.'l'OOOl':;:; to E. T. Conrad & Co.) .:

\\ : hey had run short of drinkingwater contemplated, the t building to be I .

f :; l- Gram Fancy though still well supplied FINE SUAWERS.\ furnished with all couteuienccs so i Carry a Full and Complete !

i t and. Food with solid food. Water, it seems, that it will l he a pleasant place for

Produce Products was only to be found on a few of .1It1it the public to congregate and pass the Line of Plain and Fancy !
''T'8 I
ALLot" & ."RIDe" : the islands and being strangers Few People Appreciate the Delights time on pleasant, ; days! Arrangements .

1iMw"trnmmrwrmhw NNmNHWNf.mmHPNIHM'K; among strange islands they knew of the Summer Season Here. may alsom\ made' for 1 the '

.. .. ..... not which ones contained the much Finest of the Year. serving: of light refreshments. I GROCERIES
needed beverage. For two days and The i island "illlJt' beautified as ]
o The Titusville Star "Some
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,, Bond Lumber i nights they suffered the torture of says mud Lie I I'y the
1. CompanyMANUFACTURERS times in talking with the old settlers as IN MSI planting or : .
thirst which l became almost unbearable transplanting of |ialnultos and the : : -O- :
they will tell yon that the summer i .
OP their tongues so dry that they addition ol any vegetation which it : :
months are the most beautiful and I CLOVlR! HILL BUTTER.
ROUGH AND DRESSED ... ... could not eat }had they (desired do is found will stand the close .
PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER pleasant of all the year. That the PfOilll-1. .
so. ity of the salt water and sea .
heat is no mure oppressive in the
Finally they sighted a turtle hunt- The money necessary for there I : The Conrad !
Lath Shingles Flooring Ceiling Brick Lime summer months hen than it usuallyis Grocery Company
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ing boat, whotio. captain relieved I I improvements! the conpci. 1tfl'c'[' toj I .
i the north. And) then the much
Offle and Yardi: Fait <'a. in ,
and Cement in Stock. Ra11.ay and Orange AveauaMI their suffering; and carried them to it raise largely b> subscriptions from i, : f. T. Conrad A Con. old stand.Groceries. :
enjoyable rainy
season, coming as .
i!- MJ-Bond Mill,Atlantic Ouait Line Ky..100 mllci touth of JaekionvUle. Marco where they took the mail does in June, July, August! and Scj. public spirited citizens, the city contributing .....................................................
Kalamaioo.on Han ford Hrancb of the K E.G. Kj.
boat> to Ft. Myers( and from there tember at just the time of the year what funds are resxirv' -- -- -

Phone 83 R. J. MALBY 'analer.l' went on to Tampa by rail. when it is so much needed to give to cnmpltte the work. I .IIIIIII.......1.I.I...........I.I.I.I.I.I.I.......1S

.+.....................>*..........................+ Messrs. Hough; and Michael came new live to all vegetation. This transforming! of the City I Is- .

on by rail to Daytona having had) land from an unsightly waste to a : :
,,> ! i i"ruille.t here in the winter don't
they
:f D. HcBklDE P.CONRAD slopto that should
I after seeing Mr. Collins! re ter appeal to all residents i- ,
Ca hkrI think that Florida has her inter :
} ;: turned to the islands for the )boa t and 1 friends of I(.1)"ton:1 and it .
which had left anchored there.TRUCK months aq.11 as the north, that is ho|>cd that they will answer liberally I .
,I MERCHANTS BANK they many of our trees lose their leaves: ; to time call for funds for tinpur NOW YOU ARE TALKING! :

:e seTHE :: :

% Capital 50.0O FARMINGAT them, missing. Hut whoa}I our rainy : That's Business.
: My
tr.. | Personal Liability........................................ 100,000() 5 season: commences, all nature wins [LAUNCH : :SI

3 Transacts a General Banking Business. DAYTONA.. to put on new life CRYSTAL WAVI I!I : I Like) pleasure ill calling) fur jour order anddelivering 1 : <

.." '14: cent. Interest Compounded Quarterly Paid onj KKK "The gopher holes and little salamander : a promptly what y'nr want. My stock :

per Accounts. 3. l Interest Awakening in the Growing ol f mounds of( yellow sand s. r r I I : ..1'M.k n always fresh! and line and jour trade will :

S 5 Savings 3 Vegetables Here-500 Packages thickly scattered about through the Makes the Trip From I Ihis CityI 'I : f IK- highly appro'iate.l ;and well taken. rare of :

Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent 3 iHm.NNm"M..W.W.V1N..WNN..fwtN"N.w".wml.w F woods, no longer appear to the eye, 1 !I : I'lmne. rue v'nir wants :
hrough the :few l.llanJater I' )
Last Month.It
by Express
d4M but all hidden with grasses and r r

U is claimed that not only celery,, beautiful (lowers, and everthing way to the Antient City. : : :

r N.............................Ne............... but potatoes, tomatoes and olhei 1 looks so fresh and green. It is summer Uavtoiia is represtnUil. here todav ': : S. W. CALUIOLL, :

WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING vegetables can be grown ai succes* tinif, and the woods arc all in by Dr. I )t. 1 It.> Intkniaii: and Mr :1",1'" .. ..

fully at Daytona as in other placet I bIllow, and the birds .make) mu" ir all Mrs. O.! .\. I'ac.etti. They arrived pore The North Beach Grocer.
gt'uin a Oah'auizoo Iron Tank, a new Tin Roof, a Hot Air Furnace, I ; : st. :
in the State. In fact small crop I day. jOhterdiy" in the doctor's handsome :

or any of tile other metal nf'CeSNitiftorefluirt'tl to complete a modern have been produced this winter "And the aroma from the pine auxiliary yacht, the Cyrntal W.u-, : 'ult'iilione' ( No. 19. :

I dwelling, remember that j. which demonstrate what could Ix trees being brought out by the warm which} is moored. to Curlx-tt s d>e k_ ........I.I.I.....I.I.1.I/IISI5IiI.I.I.I.I.I.....M...
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done on a large scale were the rays of the !summer sun_ Oh, l how Mr. and Mr,. I'adtiere un (board -----

SON matter properly handled.L 1. healing to one who has weak lungs.Is this morning and invited an imtiisitivc | -
C.
I N1IA.!! TLA. I j jJ' Q. Lyman, of( North Ridge- it any wonder that the poor) consumptive Ht'nmllnan aboard: to inei| 't '

{ I wood avenue, who recently came soun finds health ill our the natty craft Mr.r Kwttti said -
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,a' are best 11Teparecl to give prompt and reliable service at fair prices. i here from Ft. Lauderdale, says that summer months' I am no prophetnor that they were guests of Dr l H.-.. Norman S. Dayton

... we have the advantage of that sec son of a prophet but I predict' man and that tho litter is cnpMite tll.
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General repair shop on Volnsia Avenue, next to the Armory. ; tion in soil and that the killing that the time is not far distant when the dentist convention at AUaulMiiVwh. I

i I Phone :;3. Out of town work solicited.NNH. ; frosts with which we are sometimes fair Florida will IK the great sanitarium 1 The dot.lor will g.. to AtI I

.............................................;. visited in the winter are of }jwpor- uf the world. 1 have spent !antic* I Israeli tomorrow and will re-I LUMBER.

; tionate severity down the coast, but two summer. in Florida and 1 a part turn Saturday; when the l* ..........+....e...............*....+.+........N.... leave the
the truckers there of the third return Yard Avenue l .
prepare for such summer here and know on trip. I Magnolia :allol i 1. I L: t' Railway. Also
: It. TAYLOR :
B.OUIRISON;
4 a catastrophy by keeping in seedbed what it has done for me With a They I left I 1ta' }tMkaclmr TIleMY"'tl) I Pitts, K'ittDta&ett and 1,1.| 'nnUuduuilNil: Estate oflHt- "

r : s Far above all others as is the electric :I and under cover, plants with grateful heart I thank: my Creator enjoyed a trip oil the Tomnka before i 18& .burr south ol P.CI.. \\". II I.nlftNims/) < ) (>X, Manager( ,

it r -. ::. !I m i light it is no better than other : which to reset their fields that there i is such a place as I'lurida: starting:: for this etlJ'"e &er. i Dayton., 'I..rtt"' I'lium- at .,ni...-. yard and nitilentv.City .
wonderful services by
performed
,. 1 Mr. Lyman thinks our hammock in the summer time. Through the day morning they headed) this way'
We offer services :
electricity. our
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either to wire your house or to : lands are excellent for trucking and rainy season here in Florida. we and arrival about four <.'<..loi-k. Mi.

1. : ? supply you with any of the con says that tomatoes grown here are have refreshing slmwtrs must everyday I'aeetti, in the guise of ink. Rni'I!J. ,i

: venient electrical devices. Better : superior to those grown south of us, and after tin shower is over the. hot unerringly tL- t-r' 't' '"

: i come and see how big an offer it :. and refers to the ISrubacher place onI how refreshing and lovely all nature buc'tn I(e triads' a ,. 'I. j' "Hotel
: is. You'll tie both astonished and
I II I interested : Second avenue for a fine crop of sifms With the air purified leaving (Ilk >ton* that' i is,, I I..
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I this fruit, though of small acreage by our thunder and lightning our ran on any of lire "sh.iii l '. u .

.. Daytona Electric Co. : which is bringing the owner feels like a new man has won a.i taw t t '.. 1N OPEN AU THE TEAR

.. FM' : good prices in the northern marhts.i "Northern |t-'I.It'! think it must lie shallow or 'bank 1
'" 232 South Beach Street. : The CrystalV, '.. ..
: i What we nt'f'\IIIIre is a number 'very warm here in I be summer '

1 :..........................................NN...N4.N N of men familiar with the growing of i months, but it. i is not. Only three lime yacht.. MM/ i i- I ( Table I Board.

.. ......N........................ 1.NNNN.NN.N: these crops to take up the business I times the ]lint year has the thermometer a nine horse |I.\' i .: and grow the vegetables in such peen ab:; and t then, me makes- nine or Zeus m : i II: ,
)( the Best.
Prior are Rllbt- bIDer1 I.
.. EsUblUbod y.ar. j quantities that the buyers will Find can always find( a u'onl |1-v in the (Her length is ?S !1'1 t : I .

: 1 1 iI Sta tioneryand : it to their interest to come here and I. shade :awl site draws twi >I'.1"> : 0g I, GEO. H. MATTHEWS

: ': \ Portable Engines :. purchase in the field or delivered at "I 1 will write you before! l lung' OB She bat a spackm CH'I| !.. '--.1 I ui I 1'1>I., 1'IWP I IO .

: I'--:"': :' sg and Boilers, :i the railroad, as is done the agricultural prospetts of Florida. I leather cushioned beats t i''! ,I' invertible . . r ri'
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: _Y, SAW MILLS. THRESHERS. : Shipping on commission eJsewhere'l which is an interesting subject and into buok A \tniralN' v
URIST niLLS. SHINQLBnACHINES satisfactory to the producer if nut that should interest is completely furnishes Swish .,
one every one
: and all kuvla olnacklacry t I
>- and fUll Svppllc. i to the commissiom man, and the I!I i that owns an acre of land in this kitchen outfit and every inch is 'uiilizeni E The Seaside Inn.

i Write today for our complete catalogues.Our We can save you money. i proper solution is the selling of the part of the State. The resources of t> god t advantage. A ventilator .
t fr Complete line carried in stock. Address all letters to crop at the point of production.As Florida have never been but parti- and sky light combined add to ; I )I ,,,1.\I I' "

41 Seut' Fersyllll trMt. the comfort of cab The brass I : .. .. !yy
A1ALSBY COMPANY, ATLANTA OEORQIA. :i As an idea to the fact that our ally developed as jet and it is beyond Jl. \ :),1.'r.;:; : .

+..+.+...+...+....+....+..+.+.+...*..........+.+.++.*+.. people are awakening to the possibilities i- the mind of man to tell whatit trimmings of the boat shine like a HORACE F. STEWART. "
; in vegetable growing here, be. Our forests should government cruiser. Traveling
pine ,
t i may 1I"I..la'I', : : V : 1'\! "', i I I-; .i' V I I'r i i..G'! ,- rin.Irrii, in y,
s W. G. Williamson, the Southern <&boaNlhi'J launch, judging from a .
be well" protetted, and the universalcry ,, .. y
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f a. .11''; V V am. .i.\ ;j' "
REAL Express Agent at this point, states should be- 'Woodman that close inspection, must be very pk-iu-- ,. *. .. .f y'
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: spare : t' I C \ .j'l'! V itin i a- II'> ;ui'lran' IVr
J C. BU T L ER that about 500: crates ofarious .. '
: ant. St Augustine Rfc.,Td. June' I .yem
ESTATE. I kinds of vegetables, mainly celery, tree. .
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tomatoes and beans, were shipped i Surf Bathing is Unexcelled. i!
Cottages For Sale or Rent. Phone 234. by expresa from Daytona: during the j The City l'
DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA. bus\ wIth \t1tt'f\fc.rl ." ,,", ... .. .aSt
month of May S. .' '
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THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS C. S. RI EM ATALKS to

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAYT. : AFTER THE MOSQUITOES.!! Marshal( Smith last week arrested Notice is hereby given ri4rkhnhlers that l the- jJ

I I BACK. a ten year old colored boy, by the annual meeting of the t
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C. FITZGERALD. Editor
? name of than Ward for breaking o[ the DiD bam.\ Maley Company .
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RRR and entering into vacant houses in will be held at the office of the company _

.,THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY : City Health Officer Stewart Advocates a Vigorous j Does Not Consent However to the in the city. in DayWna, Florida, Tuesday ',1

t 1 ( INCORPORATED ) 1:1.: .. Publication of Air. Shields' The act which lead to his arrest the 9th day of July 1907. .
l of Extermination of the Pesky Things. j7.i
; Campaign Letter. was the appropriating of a quantityof :-2t J. D. MALET, Secretary. ::

| |Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Flonda, as Second Class Matter. I..................................................... Mr. J. W. Shields small household articles from a -- --- ':.

I Your letter addressed in the house on West Orange avenue. He make
L.: t to me We can help -
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES. had tried the doors of this house
last issue of the Gazette-News shows

i t One copy one year....-.......__..._.__._...._........... .. .. .... ....SI..1 a weakness I had not thought you I j f with keys in his!' possession, but comfortable. r
One six month.... .7 thumb latches the inside i you ..
One copy copy three months i :.:::::::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::=:::::::::::::............ .....:::::: 10 possessed. You ask permission to | on prevented ...
i entrance when! the keys fitted I, so
publish wnurthntg alxmt rue which |
I f ADVERTISING RATES. ( lie gained entrance by breaking a
your virtually acknowledge. would I I
DISPLAY ADVEfiTISE Ir.XT-;. 4 tt make! I window. He then obtained a whf>el- Porch Screens !
and j
........................ I you the paper subject to I J Jprwution ,
Hate per Inch per insertion to regular: advertisers......... ..... 10 tents \ f II .. rnnv and carried 1 oil a quantity of
Rate per inch per insertion for less than three months............... ._-...._15 cents I for libel. In other words, I .
Rate per inch per insertion for single insertion.... ........................__.......-30 cents you want to attack me publicly in a'1 I cooking utensils and other things.

READING NOTICES OR LOCAL way which the law t-ondems not i He confessed to having entered

Kate per line each insertion.......-......... ____._...._....................-.............10 eeuts only unjnst but illegal-to as strikeme several other houses, among them Swings Settees
RATES FOR CHURCHES. LODGES, ETC. ,
All club society organization, lodge and church notices, other than religious a foul Mow; but before doing so, being one on South Ridgewood occupiftd -

r F services, :5; cents per line. Cards of thanks ,V 0 cents eadi. Kesnliitnun.$ ;i.icenMper you suggest that I tie my own hands by H. McCoy and family during -

line. Legal advertising at legal rates.GENERAL ill order that 1 cannot retaliate by last winter and) from which he Chairs
and
t : PROVISIONS.No : .
single charge for display advertising of any kind less limn M I .'t'utl. striking back. Truly the plan has ha.llakl'n !some clothing lie would l ,

Good position<: given every advertisement. An f'xtrlu'h:1rg".r :2 ...lIt'll..r j im-li its advantages from your stand- not admit having entered the stores
will be made for ads with Xu -ial IMl'itillnoc' : given tMijuh I
specified position spw[ |
less than five Inches. point; but this is a manner of fighting and offices on (Reach street, althoughthe now in at.. i

H-1!';0 advertisements accepted! for the first page. which I neither ask for myselfnor marshal says he, is confident that
.*... Extra charge made on display advertisements containing an averngeof m .re I '
than 30 words to the inch. yield to others fuller your ingenious I 1 he did sO\"i he was seen in the vicinity f

All bills payable on the first of each month. plan would have about as after eleven oYlork one night Bingharn&MaleyCo.

: much show for a square deal as I I previous to those entries.The .

SATURDAY, JUM: : IS, IV07.I I ISEABRE have heretofore had with you and prisoner was taken before

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, m I your friends interested in the 1:1-1 .J u ti(.P'I'itusamt committed to jail Furniture

r,. [ ZE |\cmADUATIS: AT I Ii Tin: PKSKVSKILTII: I : : : :. mented I D. 1) A; St. .l. II.I: Company. I to await I tIle action of the Criminal

I My letter in the I DeLand News j Unit An ..ITort"iIl probably' lie Undertaking.
J l.iv tona is'Iiapi 1 has& as few mosqnitotaasany 1 fy persons, who violate such provisions, I _,
r DEVELOPMENT. i ALFRED( N. Y. that unless the gross, octets or underbrush was published after due notice to'' male to have him, placed in the reform
: city in Florida. but are cut and removed within three 1
in the full that !school at
aR r tR nevertheless City Health Officer.Stewart days :after the serving of such notice, I you expectation you lari..tL'I!
I the ,'iolat.ur of sudi provisions will be would retaliate. I first attempted to -- I
is going after the IJt'M1.y
Prop Daughter of Mr. and .Mrs.' I U. U.I !RogI > j prcK-ecutcd in the Muliicipal Court, and '
Two Companies Acquire Large publish it in fa) "tolla. !J1\'ing.wen(; i THE FINESTBATHS
things with a "big sti<-k. In his in the vent of the failure of any person| i ( Holly Hill.
j.' city Interests andill) at Once: I ersflraduites With High honors se, violating such procisivnsvtlhissec cumpelleel to go to DeLand for a I
I regular ninthly report to the City tion to comply with the provisions of 1
r Commence Improvements. j I From Alfred University. Council Mondiiy( evening, he said: such notice within the time specified, i it hearing, 1 am unable to see the jus-i; Holly Hill, June II.-Mis- KveljnHarvey
r I shall IK" the duty of the Committee ti nf : who has been making her home
Sanitary 'r your reply II (that letter ON EARTH
Seabreeze; i is to Our townsman' 1)) i P. Rogers, city ap-1 i
It Our sister town : i "Allow me to call your attention to to have such violator arrested ; I with Bert Heacock: and family for the
and Mrs.( conditions that and prosfculcd in the Court {roaring/ in :t I Daytona pa| er. That FOli MEN( AND WOMEN 23c ]
r receive the benefit of the investment) j engineer, Rogers: are now some unsanitary now Municipal : I past two months! while attending school I

r of[ between ?:2, and 1 $:MItMMI., sojourning at Alfred, X. Y., the seat exist in your city. There are ditches, to but the the proyisons giving of of notice this ordinance shall not requiring be would IK giving you another of the 1 r here, expects. to return to her home at LILY WATER=
I. which I have called attention unfair a.lvanL'.S(1)ihid.. I ,
jour several : .
It is proposed to take advantage of of Alfred Tnhersity, where one of construed as exempting from the penal- you seem i Blake today.
!-... t ; I times this! year, that should,) be tics: prescribed, for \'iol.1tilln..r theproi"ions to require.You i George Harris left yesterday for Highlands 1 to* Bctt Wt r fr T.M Up -
what has offered and in developing their daughters has just graduatedwith '
nature of this
section until such
cleansed of the There notice
vegetation. are l
: the place/ making it one of distinguished! honors. The other ditches that should at once be is: given, but j, 'rsons violating su.h 811t'ak| : of my }having waited I l :N. C., ,here he will spend the 1 I ELECTRIC LIGHT .' -

the most beautiful towns in the I commencement exercises have just 'kerosened.' If \\ever expect to havea lion provisions as soon shall as the amenable provision to i.s violated.Sec. prosec'u-. until von left Davtona Ijefore put>- summer.Miss Myrtle Hose, of Greenevill% I PLA 1 T ;

State, or the South. closed and were the culmination ot cleanly city the bucket system mustat : 3 henever! the grass weeds: or lishing my letter. I I.t'ry much re Miss, is toting I. M. Mabbett and tam : :-- -

On the occasion of Dr. Potter'srecent one of the most prosperous years of once be inaugurated. There is no underbrush to shall; have been permitted gret; and have from the first, the ily. Miss nse.is a niece' of Ir.... Mab 1 -- -::
valid to grow a height exceeding one fool ...
visit to his home town he that well known school m whose graduates should reason not have why l teen this in sanitary force long measure from the ground, on any premises: thSanitary e unavoidable delay which pre\'entet.l'] :I bett and had been visiting at Tallahassee I ltc A.'d; ;;BlySTEWART I II
: ago. j and Kissimmee
: Committee shall have the same previous to coming here.
brought with him two\ gentlemen are to be found throughout all ; Lulled me from giving you the pleasure of ]
to
sleep by imaginary securitywe cut and carried 1 away, and the expense:; I F. L. Middleton and family left Wednesday -
I from Evansville, Ind., for the purpose the states of the union. seem to not be able to wake up to of cutting and carrying away ot thesame seeing that letter in print before rooming for St. Augustine from I & ELY

: of interesting them in the This year's commencement was the ]possible danger. I shall upon stand which assessed the against same has thrprojxrty you left f D.ivtona, as I earnestly tried] I which place, after a short stay, they will 1 I LAWYERS,

large tract of land owned by ('01.f1 the occasion of the gathering of the "By spending some money for ditch grown each lot being held res|,oniible j I l to do. I believe i if you want to pub-I} go on to points in Pennsylvania. Mr.Middleton's ..
survivors of classes back cleaning, ''kcroseniug" and screening, I for the cost of cutting and carrjing j letter much I did father, A. W. Middleton, Office lu Rank Building, DicLAM), .'1.\
and Mrs. Post! which is all situated dating in the weeds] and underbrushfrom Ili.h your as as i
away grass : Branch office! oer Po""Iffke. DAYTON
do
we can away with the disease; and family who moved here from
Sea
within the corporate limits of Sea- some cases, for more than !half. a I such projx-rty. As soon as the j! mine, von vvi ill find! a way. .
f1- ing i mosquito. Arouse public (' Sanitary Committee hall. have had cut j I breeze a short time since, will continue --
;; breeze. These gentlemen were century. notably the class of lt,i; enlist the individual to the carr-I: :u.<1. carried 1 away any grass, weeds n rl i Concluding, if I have done any ;I j to occupy the liunnell house. I I (*%HY I D. I.AMrfH I'.FRT Fl-H

much impressed with the beauty and bavingcelrbratcslita! fiftieth reunion, necessity of A CLEAN" P.ILL underbrush, under the provisions of thissettion wrong in this! matter (as has hero so r The public !Ihooll'losed Tuesday and i;

' R t r future of the town, a company wasformed there bring present nearly all of the HEALTH: rot )DAYTOXA. I certified, the by the cost: :Sanitary of such work Committee shall be tithe ) I. freely intimated) now i is jour timej l I on Wednesday a picnic was held on Ross i l LANDIS & FISH i

t and all of the Post tract survivors of that lass, two of whom "J>Uring the lent| month this [ City l1r'rkr, hu shall at once enter !| to Ray M) plainly. Come right out ), point on the river front, for the smaller I ATTORNEYS AT LAW
' meut has thoroughly ins 1 r taken over. Work of building} I are residents of Florida. the dairies that furnish milk to merit lien llook, as u lien virx.ti!, the i{ with the unvarnished! ) facts. The i 1st Heating's I'IViliun; ) yesterday. Practicing in all $tate and FederalCoiirtH. t
t siJewalksH'r The following lines from the proiwrty or in front of which such i' ('hil..r Criminal biiHinetut given
streets: settingout ]Jten> The premises were found in :t good work shall upon|have been done. If the puLlic'Vllil" not interested in us :I Kev. Uutter, of the First 11. F.; chore
ctistof
trees along all streets will 1 be of Galen It. Seaman, who was a sanitary condition. This otlice found such work shall bf paid to the City 1 i>ernonally, is vitally interested in ,I of Da> tona, will hold services here at I careful investigating attention.and perWtinjr Sprriai! facilities'land titles for. ,

,: pushed this summer, and nothing member of the class of IK.i7ere on examination of the milk, all sample Treasurer within thirty days after tile'| the fate of t the railroad and I t the re-al: 1 :i3"(Mlo'clock Sunday aftrrnoon. Jh.I..HII: ), FLORIDA. frI -

will undone that will add read 1'reaident Pavis the above the average in rkhi.ess. Sample entry thereof on the :Street Improve- ; .
be left to by at reunion : merit Lien I look, such cost shall I he accepted reasons for its !stoppage. Having -- -

the attractiveness of the il ac., Dr. : from all the dairies were sent to the without interest; but if not |Niidwithin I done nothing 1 am ashamed of, I
State Board of Health for. examination thirty clays, interest: and l cost ofj i( i -
Potter has always been a linn believer TOTMKLASTOF THE 1\l1II\ ,\XH. for bacteria. This report has not y<.tcome collection thereof :shall lie tharged the have no complaint if farts are told; i I I

in the future of Seabree/.e and same as in the case ..r sidewalks un I I what I is the circulation of :
(The survivors of the class of 1 Kv'i". at to hand, but when it dx's the re- street pavement! I' eibject to I ;

his own large investments up to Alfred Academy on thojr; .loth |port \\iIIllC 1 fei 'd." : the vague, indefinite rumors of i

date fully show his confidence. Anniversary, IS7lX)7.! > Dr. Stewart says that, the easiest : -- -- I wrong on my part-the underhand} i Norman So Dayton

e 'i Not the least satisfaction to be tl e- O, the old days, the Alfred days when II way to guard against! disease is to Will Engage in Celery Culture. i 1 insinuations and intimations in re-j j.I

\1 f. t t. rived from the coming of this newT to us the world was young! destroy the mosquito. I Its simpleand Major .1. A. Hendricks, accompanied I gard to my character, which have 4 t

company is the knowledge that 0.,1.i When all our prospects glittfred und I 1 easily done. ,I'se kerosene and I by Nelson! Williams, an expert l I I damaged me so greatly and unjustly i iI Plans Estimates"l
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i and Mrs. Post will once more LeI our sorrows were unsung! I screen your water tanks.! Remove ( farmer and I trucker of Net since you and your friends violate! !! ,
Ho* their sweetness with
lingers us,
I r ;: placed on their feet in a financial. though; the days themselves are dead I and bury all receptacles where York State: will leave( Monday for I your pledges: I by abandoning times : \

I .r. way. Xo one in the entire community How we dream again the old dreams I stagnant water may collect. 1'revenl I Sanford, where Mr.I llendricks La railiend. ,i iI Superintendence, .

! has done so much towards the dreams of youth we read'! stagnant water by draining, purchased 1 twenty-live acres in the'I'i Arbitration, giving Ijoth, sides an 'I

the advancement of the territoryand How our thoughts fly backwards r and keep your grass and weeds ( heart of the famous cejery district t, l'I equal chance, has tome to l he I' J.lImlJer Yard, Magnolia( Avenue ad };<'. I'. r'. !aIr.f.y.{ j
> that chasm of fifty years.! 'ul.l ; recog- Heal Estate office, 1st door south of postoffioe.V*. If. F.U-
received! so little crellit."r" I"e one-half} pint of kerosene to one and onc-'ialf! miles west of the ; l '
> i nized civilized the
All by propl\'i ('OrI -
heedless
of events we've t li/cd 1
In addition to the above company, >a|> f fifteen : feet of water surface town Mr. (Cove: has made, plans'''I MONDSOX, Manager, Daytona Fla. Phone at ofW, yard) -
square ,
I with our tears! reel way to settle I disputes, instead I

[< Dr. Potter has succeeded in forming O, ve clas"matesho are living on this and use-screen l"i 0> meshes to the and specifications: fora lesidence, ;i j I of engaging in strife. If you are j and l residence.San __

another company for the purpose of ; which will lie I erected at over, and I -
grand old earth today, I inch.The :: "on the square, you can have no 1
r : S building a beautiful new clubhouseand Here's my hand extended to you in the !sanitary ordinance of l Hay-) as soon everything i is under wayMr. valid objection to impartial arbitration ,

clearing and landscaping a same old Alfred! way! i I i reads Hendricks will return home and 1 i if
tona follows and is
I I as i published which was all I asked and
It of land for the home A hand that's kept the old faith, .
large tract new fur with his little daughter, will l'erur : I
\\ith-I t the in foim.it ion IIr the i iI which you still have a chance to l
of the Peninsula: Country Club. .\ out disgrace or strain'A the mountains for much needed 1 """" '
a '' '
"f' '
general Your '
hand that in those fifty years: h.xs I I public: grant future course will f i ?I ,
fine golf course will also be laid out. rest and )Ir. Williams
change, remaining -
Ik wrought with honor plain! I AN OKD1NAXCE. I speak for you stronger than words. :

r -r A base ball ground, tennis courts I pray ye grasp it firmly, grasp it warmly An ordinance to protect the 1 health! of to take charge of everyjthing ,j I ('. S. HIEVIANKditor's i
, : and other features will be created! I "Fifty-Seven: ," the City of Daytona. i iB during his absence Mateo Cigars

l IS It is understood that all stock has For. I hope to greet }'ou.J1 again, when it ordained by the Common (wlIl'ill I Note-In justice to Mr. \ v
+ been we meet at \la-t in Heaven! of the City of l Daytona) : Shields we de-sire!' to state that hewas
taken and that work will be
," Section 1. It ia 1
hereby made theduly ;,
started just as soon as plans, are Hut Wore: we start that journey. wl.i"'l I I of the Sanitary Committee to tale ail I Port Orange. willing to shoulder any personal 4
we all must soon begin.Let's steps as may l tIC necessary to preventthe liability there might lie in publish1 Have MadeReputation
I If f would 1
completed. other citi/ens
I I propagation of mosquitoes within I II Port Orange, June l.{-Miss Kmina ;
in "ein 1
join gebrwdcrM] haft" for ing the letter. The Oazette-
take the same interest that Dr. Potter I I I the limits of the City ot Daytona.) To Baker armed from DcL.nd :Saturday cwi
the land we still are in. I I this end they shall )have; thoroughly Insjtected and will ,nd the 'vith!. Mr. does not believe there is any libel
has shown we do not sec that And SIs| summer
when meet at Alfred from time lime
to
you to as frequently
Fair. in the letter referred to. but the A
there would be any need for a promotion hearse the days of old, r'-I' as may he necessary, all premises where of
league. Don't worry if you see more silver mosquitoes are found and to investigate I.ast Thursday!. Miss lieulah Hush m ( fight not }being, that of the, ( ia/.ette--
and remove the cause. [, youngest daughter of Hev. E. \V. Hash, '
I News do desire
than gold! St'C. Z. No we not to publi..hanything
I'CI1shall\ permit to be
-- surprised her friends by getting married
But doff the hat or lionntt. and :stand maintained on any premises owned, ;];' that might, )lee nearing the Their
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Now it's Major Morris. with uncovered headhilcyouquaffacupin, leased or occupied lby him or her in the to Arthur Sv&sion. u gentleman from' border Own.The .
line of liLeIitlt',1I1
\\ I City of Daytona any standing water in j AlaiLua ('uuntThe happy couple'' bnng'pro
< Captain J. I D. C. Morris( received jsilencc to the such way as to make possible the propagation 't left the next day for their future homo. lr| erly indemnifies!

T notice this week that he had l heel classmates who are stead.Daytona ,, of mosquitoes therein. Any per-< Philip'tUtrt:' and family have moved
) Florida, June 1, Pro I II j,I s<>ii totaling the prov'Lsions of this scc- i m mi Seabreeze. sneers of the San Mateo Cigar i is one of
elected major of Second Battalion, I j lion shall be punished for the first to I
s Second Regiment. Florida State I II i I offense by a fine not exceeding fifty dollars I Mrs. Bennett and baby, wlio have :n uncu. the greatest:; industrial triumphs of the EastCoast a

or imprisonment not exceeding l>een visiting her sister, Mrs. 1 IJ. F. [ l!
Thursday: afternoon the fin'I Hearing that others! ..I.tlming
I Troops, vice Major J. H. Parkinson, Kivtona I'( days, and for each subsequent ( I arc ;; since the freexe.
5. t who has been promoted to the oflice I and St. Augustine base hall teamscrossed I|'I IllY a fine not exceeding: five hundred 'I II Johnson Mr and left Mrs.Thursday Will Howes for k.nvitlc.have fl'ntl'llI.nl' first honors for purity of milk and I|

bats. The ti .". :{I dollar*, or imprisonment nut exceeding ) Cleanliness r,f dairy, I wish t<"> state j
of lieutenant colonel. Major! Morris( score was to sixty days. It is hereby made the duty of C. Christianty's cottages! in AN'lanIalc. i : Made from; the choicest:! growths of t lJ.that the ,*ninsula
will take his examination in the Ian favor of the Ancient City team i of the officers and employees of the city I that at the recent insjiection by the of Florida and the fsland of Cul.a | ..
i. can produce and
I Good ball was played by lioth sides to specially inspect all premises, with a J. I.. 1'attilloMt) Friday for Jainestown. city authorities I was awarded the \ vvrap-
1 with
1 i Id the rich
near future, and if lift i is successful I viewU the ascertaining of any violation silky leaf grown on Fat Coast
in this, his commission will be i im I but Rijtona's team \\a.eakl'mtI : of the provisions of this ""Cti.'O, and to accompanied bv their hiklren.Mrs. highest honors! for the cleanest and the cigar industry of the world has plantations,
1 by the. absence of several of its tar : have prosecuted in the Municipal Court L I. Itellamy w ho has b'en the neatest dairy, and the only one ....n.j j never produced better goods
immediately! issued. I all |persons violating the !provisions ...fthis guest of Mrs. Win. ISeJliiny, l left Thursday I For sale by all the l
1 a players. Next Thursday a game is'i 'I section I ISec. for her home in !Daytona. ; ducted with I perfect> method as well I Ia"l leading hotels and clubs and by the Union .4 '
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booked i 3. The :Sanitary Committee shall for and Comiany' on every train entering Florida
between Daytona and I 1' purity high grade of
:t- have prepared and printed and distributed Miss Minnie Carrow came from It.ij- j
Successful
Turtle Eggers. latka on the home grounds throughout the city such information tona Sunday to spend the summer with milk, which showed four |er tent Twenty !sixes, styles and grades to select from.I

Last Saturday night Percy Rodgers and directions ILS may be necessary'the" aunt. MissC. McDanieL higher in butler fat than the govern- ,' .
to inform the
inrople concerning moqui-- :
Dick Ray, Tom Melton and J.D. Mr. and Mrs. [I'. .]. Whitt'we toes, the necessity for preventing; their m Mrs. Clia.* IiILurn Itt Saturday for !1 tnent test! re+t Hires. i I 11)1)}? SALt: BY ALL Uta1Lt.

C. Morris( made a trip to the uj>- in the city from Ihipmit on Wednesday. propagation, and the best method ofrelievms I Augustine to ptd several monttawith W. .\. !;in, !Ih.I.) .
the citizens from the inconvenicnce her son! tOol l family.' \lallllfac"tntHllI.\: .
per beach in the latter'automoLile l I )Ir. White was the projectorand and .1l1g<,arising;> from the p.- .: \1r.C. MclKmaM has teen visitins; Proprietor Oakuood I (hairy.r1 .1{I !e.

in search of the festive loggeihead, first president of whit is now enceeif mosquitoes. relatives here. S. W. ROWLEY SAN MAIO '
Sec. I. It shall I* unlawful fur :any' ,
and met with great success: getting the Florida East Coast Railway: and | three nests of 1L I age to the curb of the sidewalk of any i tend their hearty ctifigratulativns! to h* fcnntu t-.ok :' .
Morris later
: Major the founder
of Hastings{ Mei
eggs. premises owned, leaded] or occupied by : and Mr. Yarborough on their we i.iinand l g ;;, three! prisoners to DeLand Tuesdayafternrjon. I.L.t.a.I l' aLl "\A, I.L.a, I a. llu a'J aJJ ai a. r'
was of course; the lucky man and is i now conducting an extensive sawmill him or her any weeds, grass ..r underbrush '! l'
wish them a long, happy life.Miss Ollicer) Smith had Ab
found all the nests. to grow to a height: from the ,
plant at Dupont and preparingto ground exceeding twelve inches.! .Any I Smith and Nick Joiner before Justice -- "
Tuesday night another 'party consisting open up a large section h of country person violating the provisions of this I ,
Kva-lackson: and Miss Rose Titus [ Niagara
Monday the
section bLaH I j morning, first: Hydraulic
upon conviction be fined
of Neville Clark, John Maley.Percy I said to be far superior to even not exceeding; fitly dollars or impr Dittman) went to Jacksonville la>t named for the illegal sale of hquoi Engine
Rodgers: and Charlie X Ui'- I the Hastings district. Their elauszim. ment not exceeding ten days for 3/o-1 will deliver water in abundance to
points
\ offense. It is Saturday to enter the Massy Bus i and Joiner for perjury. W. Johnson within a
baum drove to the !House of" tor, Miss Lilla. left hereby madethe duty of .t1 tmle of the source. It
!
up Tuesday; for New the requires
Sanitary Committee to see to the ness CollectMrs.. W DI. .JL'k; <;onaC'COmpani1 the third member the trio, absolutely no atten-
Refuge on :a hunt for turtle eggs and YorktmmslenJset'eralnluulhsaulmn, ; enforcement of the provisions of thissection I l them Uon-not even oiling-and will last for
g and to that end the Sanitary n.turnilto/ was up for gambling und vagrancy Write fur Calalo years t
succeeded in finding 2lJ)( eggs. I the New England hill t'.iUiOlltUi. :alt hettby If'-jUiieJ to lioti- m: Daytona ilc-nday[ uiglt. All three are c{.lortd. PtOD/ g ue. JOSEPH OSBORNE
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Local Paragraphs. .: here and Holly Hill. : -l ) Some attractive dishes are made

:........................* Mr. and Mrs. O. S. liurnftt leftj f' J.j. I > 3

0or store i is. closed for a few Sunday for a two week's visit with I' 1 ;.I.t .1. with Lard. It's like serving

t weeks but we will open again on relatives and friends at Ocala. '
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!;!'. July 22nd. Mrs. and daughter t
Mary Spencer
Y L. H. Row & Co, The Jewelers. indigestion with a
. Miss[ Julia Caldwell, expect to leave sugarcoating

l J. M. Fuquay returned Monday next Wednesday for Monteagle : ': '

'. from a short visit with his boos at : r t
I Mr. and Mrs. II. B Yarborough
Tampa :
h. arrived Saturday and are temporarilyt ,"' .

t' .1. 1'. Detwiler, of New Smyrna, the Seaside Inn,Daytona Bear.h. ;, How can you expect digestible the world-far superior to lard or

.... \\ain the city Friday and) Saturday '
: food be made from obtained butter.
to cooking
Miss Holt McCorUe, of I). Land, a product -

iif I last week.Slr. was in the city from Saturday until from swine? It isn't reasonable Cottolene is a vegetable, not an

and Mrs L. O. WilUume Monday, visiting relatives awl to expect. And yet many people keep animal product.

were in the city from Si I. Augustine fricudti.i on using lard-an jcncray of good For your stomach's sake, use
r last
Saturday. i Bigger and bttter loaves: at the digestion-through ignorance of something Cottolene for cooking. You'll never go

R. M. Bond and E. F. OaU, of Daytona Bakery. ,. better. It doesn't pay. Your back to lard. Cottolcne is never sold

..... Detand, were Daytona visitors Sat- Mrs C. F. AbUtt. laughter r Mrs stomach is your best friend, and 'twill in bulk-it comes only in sealed whitebe
and,)
lint &y Sunday C. A Roberts and Miss Huth: Uol I a sorry day for you when it goes tin pails with a red label and band. In

'Pictures framed! at ClirV's stationary 'rts ile|>artoil tlllt..by for Isle 71 l li
back on }'ou. the center of the label is our tradeColfolellc
store JIM, V ('.
is the product which will mark-a steer's head in cotton plantset
Mrs.' Wesley .Tohnsrm visited) Mr. Mrs.I C. P. l'rattof Lake Helen j
you right. It is the best and purwreath..
,JCllln m'9 mother at Port Orange visited with Mrs I A E. Barker ]lost : jI
I est frying and shortening medium in Take no substitute.
Saturday, returning to Daytona Sun wf'ek'llilf' on her way to Boston, i jI .

day afternoon.Mrs. for t the summer ,..
I COTTOLENE was granted a GRAND PRIZE (highest
.1. K. Hush and hildmi; left Jordan MtColliim returned List ./':,i possible award) over all other cooking fats at the

Sal t play last Norfolk. Va, where ''I Saturday from down) the t-ojixt when1 1 recent Louisiana Purchase Exposition, and food cooked

they will join Mr Ifush and I prol Ire his l oen all winter f'lIgagl..1; ill with COTTOLENE another GRAND PRIZE. .

ably spend the sunnner vegetable business.Mrs. t "Home Help*" a took of 300 choice recipe, edited 1 e
by Mn. Rortr, it yours for a 2 cent stamp. if you s
Another shipment Nun ml I's Fred Antason and thildrrn .. '" aJJrttt The N. K. Fatrbank Company Chicago

'- hotplates. ll.txusTin' Druggist. of Miami, arc visiting: Mrs AniBon's ;.- _.". : '.. .' A NEW FEATURE-The patent airtight top on till pail !. for ,

parents, Mr. and MrsV. II. -' ,. the purpose of keeping COTTOLENE clean, fresh and wholesome
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.1. L. Horn this. week down .
put a ...,;( it alto prevent it from absorbing all disagreeable odor of the
-inent walk for.J. B. Case on the Peck (III Smith. Beach strcvt. '.- ; ,._ :, grocery such as fish oil, etc.Nature's :.

Litter's leach street frontage just Mrs. .lohn Evans and I son, nf .

north of Yolusia! axcnue.H Gainesville, are visiting Mrs. Abliott ..
Gift from the Sunny South
and Mrs. B. A. Halies at t their
Y. Jones brought a flue )lot of eI

early water melons to the Daytona pleasant home on Bay street --------

market from his place ,at Spruce Mn. F. 1-:. Bond and M M 1. Bond -
i tN1: Ol THE M\\\' Il\ .I'VTIKI5OI \<) I\\TO\\(
Creek, Tuesday morning. and family, of DeLand, ), are octupy- I

Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lspedahl and II ino Qthe one of the Kothersnerirereottaees- <, 1e I1. Ladaaiame
children left Saturday for Stayanger, on beach for the summer \1 sonville with the excursion Mondij ,I ISt.. Augustine are %isiiing here Norman S. I

Norway, where they will spend the Are your eyes troubling you this and returned Tuesday afternoon Dayton
M S. A vert tie, of St. Augustine, ,
summer, ret n t ni ng: to Daytona the hot: weather? See Neville II. Clark i
Mrs J. D. Bartholomew, after a is clerking at YOfIDIt'cj Pharmacy.
fall. he: optician, at Clark's jewelry store.

pleasant visit with Mrs A. E. Barker Dr) S. M. Worly, ol St .\ *-
ugn.tine. ESTATE.
For first class workDaytonaSteam Miss Mabel Brace of Deland REAL
on South Ridgewood' avenue, the of 1'.1. Nher
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Laundry, phone 8. tf md Miss Emma of was guest!
I Gray Bracey, returned to her home at Like Helen, Hats.
Mrs. I Bracey, Virginia who have been the yet1erdar.Citl.1'.1) .
Lawrence who
Moore, was Tuesday afternoon Care <>.f f properU I tat Iidor 1 !south of (jKistoflice W. H ED-)
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. j guests of II V. Bracey and family I :Spring| I hiss purt'hael:
h.r's MONDMMinigerDijtona. Hi. Plans, Estimates andSnjN'rintentlentr.
Ha\e read) the
you J. D CarirtKliael'sM residence nest
Nash last week, returned to her 4 an South Beach street departed'Monday. on
1.1I1111)'r "ar.l. Magnolia Avenue' aril 1
Wife, by Ann Katherine! keen, Yol""it )
home at Melbourne, Sunday afternoon I at Clark's hook store : J\"HUM' F E. ('. I'tilwnt; I'lmuw at nttn-e, yard) and l residene.

oS. W. O'Brien will close jewelry li i4 I 1I4Tt-1 1 IStlllllg I left We InOs-1 S10 Panama flats $8

Her. W. H. Rush, on his; return !store during the months of July and I L C. Cano\a, proprietor of the day for Cocoa, uhereslw.! will visit !

from the Confederate reunion at August tf I'alatka i ie plant, t-amo 'over for his Mrs \\'. XI. Mifliu 7.50 $6

'" family who hiuIKCII sjteiiilniK) a\
Richmond, went to his old home in Miss Elizabeth Stones, who has I Joseph Onborn attfiplod a Ili..trid-!
Alachua for viRitith rel been visiting her brother, Fred week on lcacli They it'turnctl tll i, I .........................1..11,1..11...1Young's ........... "
County a ''OII\'Mltiof! of tile Knights: of Pthns i $5 $4
Palatka \\ ('t111t'S.by aftt-rno nMr .i
ativesand friends. Stones, on Beilview avenue, left for at St. Augustine, Titurs>I la". : t

her home at Titusville, Monday. and) Mrs H. .\. IVrkim: and I 4I [ Pharmacy Straw Hats 180c
Dr F. II. Houghton, Suite 4 1, D Perkins :Ninth; of f New Smrm. : i $1.00
Miss Stones has just returned from little daughter went to .Ja( swill e1 I
House block 32.: tf I .1 I Ineled
Opera telephone lltt'f18rtf'tlfa I '" Saturday for an rI \ :
.. Forsth, Ga, where she has I been Tuesday: Mr I Ptrkins will 1onri l (i\KIII I I I B. VOl.Vi': Proprietor.: : SI.50 $1.20
l through I
trip Euwp i :
Mrs Helen DeKolf I
accompanies attending school. ably rctum tod.ibut Mrs I'trkuv I :
We Will Guide You Safely
Mrs. F. M. Davidson and Mrs I and daughter will nnum for ;I (' 4. ('. M l. Ilinghatti cent to IutIVref : '
$1.60
bower to New York from which 01f you want a l eaih cottage, '. md returned 'I'liurs !I I Ita.I kt Iu, In' ll til II \oil will .Irtud| mi us l Itll1'111', IIIl..I..III..M un.1| ink room 2.00
month or two with Mrs IVilms Tuesday -
for the E A. Branch
summer, see i Our iiietln' lau.II.K: I : : U.. till drtra| ,
: silj'|IHH UH-t!' :ir prvtrriplftrnsa | :
city she will go to her old home at Daytona Beach ::-It mother ,Uj with his ad+ilrted| ) son. Walter "
Ith tin<>xai t ainoiiiiti of tiN ri :lit Irons! :illfor! pure. fn'str. and full 2.50 $2.00 ;
oj Orange; N. J., for the summer. 1 1t : : strttujthn l .> ->.i \.i\.' i.. ,.11 uit.l.: \\'." <' "'ii.l\' xMlh! :
Mrs 1L A. Bernard our valued We will set'urc for vial Nil toll!I C. (!i. IhirgoMie! LaM {Hire hal tin < urpri< :m u a- :iti | | \.m

\ Mrs A. Stapleson'olusiaavenue, Seabreeze and Da)tona Beach correspondent 1 pnc-cs on lumber and) other building: ('. U 1 lesion propeity on the corner I> nadpnparrln'nuuli.Vouog's. ..! all 1.11I"l" .. i. $3.00 2.40
I'harmU'\, PlioncIN.
while riding; her wheel on Dead is enjoying a two weeks' materials No one rc'"tnvi's grafton s of lUy street and Palmetto avenue |I : r
:I'Jil) South lUach: Street l'l'p.'| t'lIll' Snuth Bridge.S .
: street last week ran against the vacation in Jacksonville hence the .his. Norman S. I : Also Big Bargains
lay .
:: jour pure 11r. May Mubbh-fwU. of .1 u.k- .......N.....11..N......1...11.........N.m....
.. curb, throwing; her from the bicycleand absence Irom our columns of the ton, DijtonaMr. llInviJk-, spent Mf"'Htl: l days this : .

badly wrenching her ankle. usual interesting budget from these and Mrs Walter Ihwlin) ; o I week with Mr. and Mrs \\'. I F. ..IibbW ( r

What is Water? Call at progressive; towns. ************************** >A**********.**>**.*****.. *
Lily Jacksonville Herein DijtcHia'lhurs) -
I .
: II. Rivers: after a two months
the electric light; plant.W. ttHoTH. hG\ul.l.\-For Sale, ::J day the guests of Cornelius ('Loistiancy. visit with Ins daughter Mrs I K: I.. inClothing

II. Parker left Tuesday morn- II rooms, modern conveniences 1\ 'They \isiteil the .Mini gro\i t I' Stewartt has ntiirmsl I with his s: QEO. P. JOHNSON |: (
acres. Apply to E N Waldron :L'-2:?
) Hill which rccentl
.
ing for Seville, where he will be employed at Holly was s; family to Starkr. .

months )Ir. and Mrs Henry Schmidt purthase l I bj' Messrs. Christiam'; I:
for about three on I : : CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER I
Dr. W. .V. lime t".L'I to l 1.1'''' : ,
an eleven room house which J. S. went to Jacksonville Wednesday 1\ Hawkins oni.tl\| and Shoes
.
f or Xt'W"ork tonmrnm for a "six
Pre\att is erected that morning to attend the Saengerfestheld : IMONIJLXCII, 1l.0 1U.I..tilllttl.s .\. :
having at Through Mis (I'.I H l. Raj: nor, pn weeks \isit with relatives in the : :. *

place. in that city Wednesday and ,dent) of the State Federation of 1V'u'i New .. .

Thursday" during which lays the''i tacit's Clubs a library Las been eitablished England Matt'1'i it i( .: : : FllrlliJll'41 on ShortOtiet #* .- -
t Mrs. R Mason returned to Hastings I Mrs. W WwRing culiwitl 1'1.1- << ,,
in the hands of the Ger is
t f city was ; in beabrct' at th(' Inns l' a *

last Saturday with her nieces mans and a great; time was had 1 b\. of and in charge of XFrs[ I I.. /. But'_ I ing the erection of a bungalow on <<<< ** The Globe.Peck

i and nephews. Mrs. Mason has had all dick wit has voluntarily assume Lli i the lot west of the one adjoining her : Alloik lone' iii a vtiittly first-clis> manner.: .
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l
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four pieces and four nephews with I
residence olusta
Major J. N. Russell: returned Saturday the task' of Iibrarnn The book H on avenue .
her for an outing on Daytona beach 'I I K ************************** **************************
from Richmond, where" hf, are furnished by the federation sat II< \\iv\: and Mrs I I'*.. liaison[ who & Foster
t the three weeks ---- ----rDllytona --- -- ,
past (had been attending the Con federate, the library will bo a moving II i rr, bate been visiting lte\ S \\'. l.aw-
I . o . . .
|Another shipment Nunnally's f reunion. The major says there wa I traveling one, the Ixioks or wt iu rf kr on Ivy lane, left Thursday< for Proprietors.

('horolates II IN.*. INS, the Druggist a big crowd 2(>0,000 or more eteran Iloooh j btmg replace! at intervals. l.v their home at Koamrke I "aIJ Ice ;
I Company - -- -
Miss Nealie I. Miller visited her I being present, but the weather wa-I others. :. L. Johnson of :eabrccze: has .

parents Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Miller, very disagreeable, being cold) ) and )(\1.1.\ LiTi, kir: fromUrunttick : !.. opened a bicycle store and repair PURE ICEMade 4 .*, BEST

this week on her way from Miami to rainingJWhetherjou. to New York anti return, n[&- shop in the (!i. Weaver building on *
I t from Distilled Water.
eluding meals and stat, Mom, f If north Brach stivot reerntlja "ate.l
Atlanta Ga., Asheville and other rent or purchase i ; t
1
Fal.t..ry' rooter Kmlr 1 "ad'I ami \ "I II-.ia avenue A
)points in North Carolina where she your interests are carefully guarded :!sale cheap. Inquire at <:JaetteNVroffici '8 I by .1. It La'ha. o . . . . .

.. will spend the summer. t Norman S. Dayton, Dajtona -. Miss Hattie winner returned

i I from Augustine.. Thursday. Missiwinner -----------------
A note from a "Subscriber" : J. B Hmskj made a trip to 0 j*k
Col J. 1]. Parkinson and) son, |i it ( Mina'( Coiinell at
reports
... :John Robert left Monday for Bir-i written aboard the Chde Line Hill last week and) again Tuesday if mink improved though not jet abler \ l JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY

minghim, Ala., and Atlanta. Mrs! steamer Apache and posted at Charleston this week for the iHirwihe of seening to resume the j j.urney north
lawn suitable or |rllll| l'u'I.LEuIlU: ; :: | |1'1t.| |. |Il'|: |11\1| << \1.I :si HIM Ms
states that the that i a good grass
. Parkinson! and little daughter departed voyage ,. The .Juniors of the Congregational t t
far had been lonely and that the following planting on our lighter and dry er UeL.\\U.: rUHHU.\ s
.
on Wednesday for Atlanta, Church will hold an ice cream social)
\ Atfiillatetl With the University of Chicago.; : 'S' 11 1
here Mr Hm thinks I t he ,
expecting to meet them and to Daytonians were passengersLeon : soils -ky from I until p. m Tuesday, Jane '
go [ CULLUm Of LIBERAL ARTS -Th. -,.111-1, I:ii.N m. d.... of f tow I ni" .".il" .., -
Oak Hill t tat
Despland, Mrs. F. M 1. Davidson has found at a grass < IS. Come and) bring your friends
1
X C. ,, i'hl. .
Highlands, 1'ht'! o;o stet "II" ;qrn luaurS" :n' thi' I i: s' f'om loth stt"' aid : :
A j '- Mrs. C. M Browtr Mr. and will fill the bill it being a brca.l- Proceeds t.. help in paying for <.as" s,<. "b:' ico liul, st,.t-Mili,. t''it:i:oifCOLLLOLOF -

Remember the Daytona Bakery Mrs. John W Penny and Mr and I j I leafedanetj resembling St .\Hgfl 3- piano. : ,. t.\\>'-l.ni.linr... oi t1!,,.1 ..d....-di.. ,i.lnii'-| .l.. |I":n th-.. Inn' 3nty! Enlarged
in 1 1 mdi w itli" it i'xiniui itionCOLlKlLOFlLCHNOLOOY b.-T5 1
tau supply all your wants in the Mrs. Jacob EsP'dall. tine grass. but rooting deeper amt Mesdames 11 i. .\. l-oye. W F : : : AND MMOOI. Ol CIIAMC: : .\RISMiliaiiHal I *- New Words

t bakery line. tf therefore bitter adai eil to lilt It, idle, t .sie Crenshaw and l Mrs Cie'. ... <'i\i',I. I 1:1..tnlal:i KiiKiito: ..runt alul\/.11111111! : / l Ft tininjr: "nit' >- U.I<),UIK 1n .-elteer of the World
Pier Sale or He-nt-A residence i Dozier and daughters, of Orange .l. arres F11N'istLltildlu7 t : r' rl\ ""IIIII"| "'.
Mrs J. P. Browning and children convenient to bu s."nlJOil". t COLLLdEOF' BLSINLSldiikiiu: : i III;i .u;, '.. i 1..11I..1 i l.M.kkiinx I t.i l IM."tliMfthcMl
Myrtle '
'- on avenue I Cit. and the Misses Fuller and .. *>!ii...!"thin 1 nil I t\..1"\[ \ tinif. !EI":l i 11\" "ir-.-- .IM| -ii HI <>th"r l lfwirt .
,I" of North Beach street left Mou- siness portion of city. New house of ti lata r riphicalDict.onaryi i
Au intimate knowledge Coulter. who are visiting Mrs tulle.I OI..ntll I Ltrta: la.o ultv ul' >tunlo |h.u.: I 1'111 lu>:.. ..f rl'MJlvUU'
day afternoon for Chicago, and Mr. of six rooms with bath and toilet on ''I'building interests of this lotah, held a beach j>art\. at the :VbrmtrThursd I'RCPAKATORi' ACAlLM\-< -\ !. |'f"I".t| | tu "Ilt.'r HtrvirlPritiivton .'. i t '
.
hard and soft water .. Mi,. ,..t-.I.I olUNORMAL / .. .. 1'uof.1't
Browning followed on the morning second floor cottage. I I. r 110:11; lilitii' <: tin' aio a7Ml.1'l a -: < i !> I.LlT II.
I tf MRS E. GIEST.: will save you main anojatuts! ai lid ty. : \OULLbCHOOLS.-l: Ki..t .H'. u.n I'- -wti j"I.'>!It.J r n., I ..w.&MrulIAJllcafl..lI.l
train Tuesday. They will spendthe perhaps extra costs Let ns alvi ---- l'iiinir\ :,hll 1 d!' tintii irj:>rIIts!i, >: 717-spa'-&t'| 'IHI::oIill. 'lln-. -. I.....I I- ..!.1.( .. .iiilpr. .' 2;80 Quarto Page aNeededinluverylomc

summer at Chicago which was I Mrs. Fletcher, mother of Re\ W with jou It l"O t'uu nothin;. Death of a ChilJ. j':11.' I'ul!,:l.-; s, 11..1 I t..;v 'u.1 11tUSlC i- ,. .. :; .. I. Ml .. ..*.u, K k k.i.,. --...
SCHOOL.- "ltI 1"11"1'| ,, .rzan. a !" it |l'-i |i.rtrat. I t. 7-: li.
y.-.. .Browning childhood home, G. Fletcher, and son, of Seymoure, Norman !S.1)a)ton Daytont Gertrude Thelma King, the two IU"Ifa"II't.: .\ tti"mnuli, 'it"l l ..tll.ly. I I.1a f

!i .' and will probably return to Day- are visiting Mr. Fletcher's family on '! A large congregation asseemb ec.1 rear old daughter of Mr and Mrieo -. \RT s'>t..t-"SCttOOLtll'l.nl IL'. a. f.I"lIt."t, : 4s l...prof'. (1'Mtlv....i.tni ra and-t.. iiintrii.ni'xVU torn. .1. i I.,IH..% Ie".,1! !. :tr>".- .': .Neaster'.laikq.. I .s ,I ,.)i. .outkm.rr'. 1

tona next fall. Halifax avenue, Daytona Beach I at the First M. K Church SUM'J : M King. died Tuesday at thee from tlio I 17ns" city ol <'UK.:ui", Harvard 1ak'. Itrtrtniuilth I oluiubin I ''r''t it,. lie Je L..a:::.r d.L'.tlo"to'''' t J'.10.' ., .. II' '.
I -
; Rev. Fletcher recalled to Cuba her Hake fr-ivst' LouHulIlVj\ .rit.t'f. f Mi.iiu:nt K.? a. ; .... '. '. ...
of
was City Lad home OB Cottagere
-1 of Ft. Lauder- i evening and Fountain ptU'"eot1 oii'l I utlHT. I ; Than. WM I nl Dewitt Cromarty twin iiivr-it-- an- or ; IKMI oo in tigt IiJ"| rKLt;,' : ,:..,,; 10 ,,"'''' '..
I by important business, but is expected -:: No. r ii. Knights of Pjthias ".t a1'eDlM' ...nt. n'arlj a '|uart r nnlli.ru .1.II.r..ri.l"ni..tit an ")41,1\.1 l li .nir\. "f.\,'r 1ooo I : .. ,.'
dale, stopped Saturday at this place, G. G C. ME i{ !f co..
: \olani. to\'liutlful'baJ..1 with nmtlv. 1'lrrll..hilW',<'lu home this week or next Ow- listened The embalmed at theev. :tau; Mass.nara .
in a body and to an body was .. Publb.u'o :
on his way home from Jacksonville, : present window. 7 VII |w" intmz"lo l ,.} M> pifi.' oiirtn ad mna i'im with .asn.i.et: t aj,- .. ,
i
ing to the quarantine being in force able address on Pjthiani-sm bj '< Bingham <\ MaiVy undertaking establishment le|rtratn,,; an K,lol l \thU-tt.. held. running tr*.k tennis ..ourt. I Uvl,a:I d..t I : .r J
to visit II. D. Taylor, of the Daytona ofNew 1 I moat aa.1 a cruJiroo. t t.Mi.iaaimninz' viii: n.aitiK sal otli..r spouts; -|>an'.
he is obliged to return by way Butter his subject J Wing the < trig in. and shipped Wed&es- ,
: I'hvsiea. l
Electrical Company. Mr. Tay-; I buiMinirs for men awl w OIIM-II'' tn 1 trv It'ot&htr' Nr for bemmtrv .> iteriulo T. E. FITZGERALD
York. Foundation and Pnnuiles] of t be day to Tift n, Ga., from which place -v. :MinvralocT and l lliolv;:x: -\eral larite .meomutnl nb..tix. ..l... trniliyhti
lor kept him on the go, viewing I' this I eWtric l..IN. uatii is'at. .r eat wuik.. hll roads, broad uv.ran, >-... "i,i ATTORNEY AT LAW )')1It. 1
Daytona's beautiful and ad- ;No charge for preliminary plans i Order. Mr flutter himself[ is an the parents recently moto nuns i-amjui. ..brut.l..ry an.1 t,....... -oti int I, !t''rnnml: t"8)) and l oth.r ..t..Ie..a'-
scenery supervision of workat I enthusiastic inembt of the frakl i rn-I, duty Mi Kuij ml,1 family ac"ni.f llil l s .tar kit'hire "....Ir-e- i li. ,.tl..11 i i .11..1. 1 It..' '.< rat' "I f '.1.1111'. 'I IIi !: ,' ." .\\IOTA: 'FLORIDA

vantages. He was so captivated! and estimates; Norman S. Dayton .! itj and Grand Chin. <.li r f 1..l 1.. ,1 !:., t.tu tl.7! I" I nil: :it.aiu:: 'a'ltlful i an.I 1"441'1:1, :( a.1:, I t'1,. \;- ',- I' i.t i f ::1'1.1.[ tlties.
that he is planning to return in the actual cost l'.1st. t *i i \-.l.: ""I.l ; '
t the tate .,1 Wr-t. :; X it ui,* ..., > :: :. 0( I LINCOLN HULLtT \ M lOb U U.LanJ t 1* '\l \ : 1"-4,
a fall and make his home here. Da;tana


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COUNCIL HOLDS pedal attention to the need for ex-1 r. .Sl..l.lSII...I.U.. r NOTICE. Low Tides for June.A. I

terminaticit of what few mosquitoes I I Notices Having sold my plumbing business to 11. I'. 1r.Junto I
: Legal
C. M. Kltchell, I desire to thank my I It__..,_lI3.; __ ....Ii
LONG SESSION. Daytonians hear furnishing music friends and patrons for past favors and June ___ .') 12:16
2 during the dull} .summer nights. I:. ..............I.ISUSI.IU. bespeak a continuance of their patronage I June 10. .12)6:; 12.5. w.S -i

; It H It Citizens of Beach street wanted j (First pub. May 25; last pub. June 15) for my successor.bills All parties owing June 11. _.__ 1.3.j 13,1 A!
me or having against me, pleasecall. j II
: Discussed Divers and Sundry Matters the city to-help pay for sprinkling, I Dissolution Notke. I', 2-2t P. D. CA R f1CIlEAL. i June 12__...... ... 2:13 2:10:

I the \ Notice is hereby given, that the part-I June 13_.... ....._...... ._ 2-1. 2-12
and the communication went to J J. C.
latelv between
existing
:_ Until After Cle>'en O'clock I nership Butler and AV. F. Ronald, of Daytona June li i_..............._... ._ 3:20 3:15
street committee. First pub. June 15; last pub. June 29.
c Monday Night. Beach, Florida, under the firm of Butler! June 15 _._ ...... 35.; .j.50
I "
The council voted to pay the & Ronald, was dissolved on the 18th NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS. June 16_.._............ _. 4:3i13.5: ;

The City Council heM its regular 1 school bond of $1,IK!JO, which matures \i day of May A. D., 1907 by mutual consent TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN June 17......._.__... _. 5:23 523
I The said J. C. Butler assumes to :
semi-monthly session Monday evening the first of July. t I I( settle all accounts of the late firm of On the first day of July 1907. at 7:30: j June 1 S._.................. ._ 6:10: 6:25' I

and remained in session until Two ordinances referring to the ,1 Butler & Ronald. lie will continue business p. m. and as long thereafter as may be June 19._........._........ ... 7:03: iJl; .

: nearly midnight discussing i many at the old stand necessay, the Board of County 'Commissioners -I June 20........................... 8:0: I S:1t: )
ot the grading of Daytona street and the ]I I (Signed) J. a BUTLER of Volusia County, Florida will !' Jane 21.............. ......... 59 9-13:
interest
measures to city. : W. F. RONALD. meet at the Clerk's office in DeLand. to
: draining of portions of First street, ---- --- -- gether with the Tax Assessor, for the June 22........................_. 957; 10-13

t. The usual budget of bills was ordered rCsIX'ttin'I"ere passed on final j I First pul June 15; last pnb. July 13. purpose of hearing complaints and receiving June 23............_..... ... ...lt)35 )JU: j

paid after which the rules reading. I"| Notice of Application for 1'a. Pwl tudr'ect1on testimony: as to the value of any. June 2.......................... ...II.jti ....._..

i were suspended and W m. Lyons, acivil i Sol Chapter iNVsLawi of Florida. property real or personal as fixed by the June 2.j........................ ... 1:33 12-10
: County Tax Assessor and of perfecting, 1
DeLand
engineer, addressed the council A Big Excursion. 1 I Naval Notice Stores is hereby Company given purchaser that of reviewing and equalizing the aSS41Sment': i j June 26........................ ... 1:2:: .j 1:33 "

...... on waterworks and 8eeragE".1t from Jackwn I i I Tax Certificate No. 104, dated the 5th of 1907. 'I June 2i........................ ... 2I) 2:2:

A mixed excursion | day of June, A. D. 1905, ha filed said Witness my hand and the seal of the June 28........................ ... 3.0. 31.'

t : and gave a number of facts and figures vjlle arrived in the city Monday ''I certificate in my office, and has made Circuit Court this 10th day of June A.D.,1901' ''I' June 2'.1........................ ... 3.39: -1:11:

,. regarding the matter. A committee about noon and. remained until 11 I application with for law.tax deed Said to certificate issue in em-accordance ., (Seal). SAM'L. D. JORDAN June 30........................ ... I,0: 5:10: I

t was appointed to go into the late Tuesday afternoon. There were I braces the following described property Clerk Circuit Court and oardorCounty Four Sailings Each WeekJACKSONVILLE "

question and at a with situated in Volusia County, Florida to-: Commissioners.First I ",
more fully report coaches well tilled
f, two : fairly wit: El of NWJ of SWJ and SWJ of DRS. ATWOOD & RAWLINGS )IF.TWr.E S

special meeting. whites and sixteen roaches filled :N\VJ of SWJ, Sec 17, T 16, South K 30 ( pub. June. S; I last pub. July. 6)) and NEW YORK. I
East 30 acres. The said land being assessed Notke .l Application for Tai Deed Under: Physicians and Surgeons. .,J
thousand ,
R. 1. colored}
I-. Pappy presented a communication with |ntiphfully' a at the date of the issuance of ,Ioaael Chapter' 4888. Laws of ('ailing at OiarlfHtun, :S. C. l IHth scays.TIIF ,
asking for reduction in in all. Tln> aii-''iiipani *t1 l such certificate in the name of Isaac: See-I rO.STWISIEHlrI-:.
:
a yuM Notice is hereby given that R. Dr.) AtuiMnlrt I otW, No. :2 S. Kihzvnood.I'r. : FINEST: STEAMSHIPS; ; IX THE
his The referred ) colored lund} and IwiM-liall: Bird. Unless said certificate shall be Priest. purchaser: of tax certificate -
taxes. matter was: by a : Lines.
redeemed according to latu deed 324, dated the fifth day of June, A. Clyde New England and Southern
: to the finance committee. team. will issue thereon the 17th day of July, D. 1905, has filed said certificate in my ltawhing'.otflceucer6illes drug ton>

.sd l hits with A. D. 1907.Witness office and has made for tax -- DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
The Citizens asked for The h.LlIl'I.IJt'r. ('r'* application
league a official and seal I JACKSONVILLE. BOSTON.'AND PROVIDENCE. 1
my signature deed to issue in accordance with law. DR. HOUGHTON
the IIOIIM .-,.!rcl. in two IS I
contribution for s-ihertisiug purposes team this the 15th; day of June, A. D. 1907. Said certificate embraces the following AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.

nll l this communication was games, the lirst. of whirli i pl.iuilMonday \iStal) SAM'L. D. JORDAN described property situated in Volusia Calling at Charleston Both Ways.
Clerk Circuit Court of Volusia County,, county, Florida, to-wit: Lot 3, block 1, DENTIST. SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.jSoiitliUxin.l .
also referred to the finance commit: ..rtNIIU'in. n..ht..1. : l i in tllt'l Florida. Beldcn's Melro.se, Ormond. The said I
I I . . From Lewis' Wharf, Ifc-ton
of i issuance
land assessed at the date "
scon of 7 tn : in 1 I nor of |l.ivtmma.1'lio being I
tee.The First pub. June 15; I last pub. July 13. of such certificate in the name Office: Suite 4, Opera House! Block.Thoiie ., j Xortlilmiiiiil S S .From foot Catherine Street, Jacksonville '
&eini'l! l .morning I
Library A-sociation a-kol 1 jiaiii1 Tut'-d.-ix Noticed Application for Ta* IveJ Vodersection of James Coney. II

for an increase of area Mirrounding, was also won by I I'a\t' ,,...1. after a "of Chapter IK Law s of Florida. Unless said certificate bhall lie redeemed 32.: i CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE ,
haul light ..I \'t'n innings living : Notice is hereby given that DeLand I according to law, tax deed will issue -- -- S I II
the library building}:; on the City I-, necessary to Wide it f. The wes.tood Naval Stores Company purchaser of Tax thereon on the 17th day of July A. n'l I i Between JacKsonville and Sanford

1 : land. The street committee will t t'i to.",. Certificate. 103 dated the 5th day of r 1907.Witness official andseal I D. D. AND C. M. ROGERSCIVIL ; :STUPPIMJT 1't.TK.STOIt, UERESFORI: (Di.LjiMO: ) and I Intereusshiatelmualings
.
June. \ D. 1905, has filed said certificate } signature
look into the matter. The crowd was a good natured l, in my office, and bag made applica this the lAth day of June A. D. 1907. ENGINEERSoffl on ST JOHN'S RIVEK.:

ordeily one and beyond making tion for tax deed to issue in accordance (Seal) SAME I>. JORDAN, : Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"
I -: A petition was presented asking with law. Said certificate embraces the Clerk Circuit Court Volusia County, ))' DAYTONA and to Cull follows
.. some little noise; Monday night there arc appoint! as : Leave JarkwonvilK. $Sunday Twwlayi suitS
( '\
-' for more }light at the intersection of was no disturbance whate\er. Tlie I following described property situated in Florida. MIAMI I FLA.Daytona Thiursihays. 1-5O: p. in. lU'tnrninjf.: l lj %Sanfonl.: Monilayn. W..ln-Iays and-
Voluiia County Florida, towitNWJ l i FritlaTM, !)::'to a. ni
L Magnolia avenue and the railroad I band treated the citizens to music j of SW1 of SWJ See 17, T 16, South U (First pub. June s, last pub. July (6)i) Office Established 1875. < .

property. The s-tn-et committeewill Tuesday afternoon. | 30 East 10 acres. The said land being Notice! Applkatlon, Ta. Deed Under: Section 1 _so tb-Down Bound I IKead I __ S-C H E. [)U-LE'I I I N.rth.lJtHt..a Rea4 Ipae :
I assessed at the date cf the issuance of I 8 .! Chapter 411118.! U.. .( Florida.
place this under its magnifying The colored people of the city l>- :i-\t\ > p m Ji. kv.nvilk-.. .. .. .. Arwie 2 4)O)

: glass also. I turned and out nearly in force all to work meet vas the! visitors sus- I I! such Unless certificate such certificate law in the tax name shall deed lie ofC.will redeemed Land) issue. Purcell Notice purchaser is hereby of given Tax Certificate that H. No.W. E. L. STEWART, M. D. :I ". :**:.4.' H|>4ii 111 :::::::::=::::::::::.::::.:.....Palatkv\ tor...:..........::::::::::::::::....?........:....:''i!>>ave.. :H.OO|.-MJ a p p m mHKI m PI.

: according to 76, dated the fifth day of June A. D.,

: The city }health officer presented i pended} by them during the two I I, thereon on the 17th day of July, A. I)., 1.H).">, has filed said certificate in my t Physician and SurgeonSpecial :, ArrivtM.iiain.. :::::::::::.::::::.:.::.IUrvf.. .....:Sanfonl f.'JO iOpm a m

I his monthly report. and called es-: days of the excursion. 1907.Witness official and seal office, and has made application for tax: attention to I I'lM-avsof tin* I 4liMauui: ........... ............L'. t ... .......... .... ...'..I f.. 1KKlain
my signature deed to issue in accordance with law. -
f. ___ thi.s the l.Mhdayof; June A. I). 1907. Said certificate embraces the following EYE: EAR, TIIKOAT and NOSE, I PASSENGER AND #f OFFICE ]riI; ?BAY f. JACKSONVILLE.S : .

.usesss.e..s.ssss .... .......I (Seal) SAM'L. 1>. JORDAN described property situated ia VolusU' "mt and rmldrncr No. I" :Magnollicorner
Clerk Circuit Court of Volusia County, county Florida to-wit WJ of lot 16, PalmvUoBTvniir. F.M.lKONMO.NljF.K.: JK. ."\. ti.l'. \.. JItt-L"nfl\'iHt. 1-11\. I

;:: ;;; Florida. I block. Beardsley's, Dulon :Springs.: TrIebon. II:!. i JOHN pi\DUKL.. : ( : .: P .\. .\. r.;.1I.\a.! T.1.J..! E._ 1'. A.isokMIuuiuIie.
Ask Mr. FosterMH. The said land being assessed at the date I .. r uil. jar ;'fi It t'Yurl...
i; First pub. June 15; last pub. July 13. I of the issuance! of lIch certificate in the I 1 U. u. T.\\'I.tH:. 1'....". TrIttit-11ICr.. C. C'. r.umvx.) C1I1.; Paiss Ant.T.x : .

: j i N.tk lira.ol"Applkatioh. of Chapter for.....*,Tn. La.Deed a .< Coder Florida.l 5ec-. name tificate of hall I.. K.be UI'nn't.redienieil 1'nlw.s according: aid; fri to i s. H. GOVE I I I 1.. l II. JuS I',. T. 1-'. .\. : ( ISr Ki
t FOSTER knows \\hlt'I""nllllll."lati"I': > are uxuilahlt- the hutt'l:4 I law, tax: deed will issue thereon on the't Jq.Lnontilif.lla. I,..-bnnr. Fli.V. III
I>- and will engage rooms f..r you in a.h'alu't't Mr. Toiler's idicc you run l I I Naval Notice Stores i is hereby given that el.and of 17th day of July. A. D.. 1907. i I .\Kt'HITU'T. IIIIIII..1e1': I'ITI1AITOK I| \ 4:. HUM'KIi: JR.. F. .\. 1'I.III.X.!' : .:. 4;i. F. A.
Company, purchaser
: ... ,.,: I' Witness official signature ami seal j jthis Ja-ksonvulI. ..>. Ffci. IVr M X. It.N>w York
obtain descriptive I'riute..1' matl<-r ami 11t.r.c.nal information Tax Certificate: dated ,' my
[ comoirnimig M, the >thI !
(I' h k.uuleuiieuinl otliif, I 4' I', l.onI.I.: .
nortlieaf
.! the 15th: day of June, A. I H., 1u117.! ''f.rl..r n \cntJa kixOTillf. }'Ia.
t't'I. these and olln-r. nulls al..ng the ]1"11I1:1.1.1)l '. I day of June A. D. 1'JOj, has filed said I .
(Seal) "SAM'L I D. J<)K\N! : ; Iti.lj issi and \ ohllll it .
{"" --- -
: | certificate in n y office, and has made I avenue ---- ---------- --
"' Atlantic ltca<'Ii. Magnolia Spring*, Sa\14nJIAI.. Clerk Circuit Court'i, "hl'i ia County |
for tax dm to issue in a"
application -
'b-; Charleston.Colunibia. : I I accordance Florida.i l lI PL.JIIH 59.! .
U"III1"f\'iII Augusta. !: with law. Said certificate embraces : ;| tmiti.na.G.A.K'LOCK FJO/ri.fa

',. Can! ]Ifri.Cliuse AiUn.XewjHiit! j the following described property
,
V r >> Pineburst.Richmond.. City. New.-, ,: situatt-d \" County, Florida, to- i i (First i pub. June s, la>t ;pub July (0.) ; FULL QUA 4
I >tkc: of Application. tor Tai Deed ndcr Xclj -
I wit Lot 128 &
Dupont Grant.
: Old 1 Port Comfort.JaIlll HendiTMiiilleAklicvillf. ; j : Gaudry i l" D.i ,
ton .! La. l Florida. < .
I The said land being assessed at the date j I II Chapter 4K8K. t i> ,
-
Virginia lleat h. >sto\MI li\H: | ...i ,,". \ T i of the issuance of such certificate in the I j I Notice is hereby gi\en that Mary

r Hot Spring! V.t I.uray. .rttnslKtro.; name of B. M. l'errine. Unless such I Wc-therell, purchaser of Tax Certificate i I Physician and Surgeon.
p Flat nO<'k. ai'l'ltirc' Country. lialtiinore.1'hiladtlphh. cerficate shall be redeemed according! to I No. 173 and 1; I, dated the fifth day of IL NY
Tryon.Atlanta.. l1IAUauIH'8 I I l law tax deed will issue thereon on the I June, A. J) 1905;, has fil.sail iirtificate 13DS.) Ih'gi'W! 'KMl Avo. I'ltiiii .'5OtFirf .

17th day of July, A. I D.) 1907. in my office, and has made applica- HOIIM' 12-.tll-.1p.: ) : ( in., G-'jd-Sp):: ; m iL PREPAID
:: Cincinnati.Chicago. New Yolk. :[! Witness my official signature and seal 1 lion for tax deed to i: French J.kkI.rin:: '. ; H. with l w.'aill certificate embraces the DAYTOXA IfcA.
::! >: t"lI. this 15th day of June. A. D. 1907. I :
:' St. Louis. Washington.Atlantic ,i (A-al)) SAM'L) I). JORDAN. following described property Mtiiated in
KansasCity. City. *, Clerk Circuit Court of Voluia County, i! Volusia countY'I Florida a. ti"-wit :. SI I!I Iih. S DR. W. A. (iOVI $42
Florida.Klrit .'. of el! swJ ofnwj. Sec. ?', 1".1.| :, '
:- .south 3d) 1 and E of 4-; -1 : -
Range 1111t'rt'S
Mr. Fosl -r'.s s-er\ices free east J
fees
are -- ; asked -- -
no are t\er or accepted .o ---- I '
'
c \\111) ?'h] !,, NWJ of NWJ, Sw. '!'1, Twp. 17 !south ,,,' 'I :; .
t- SHERIFFS SALE. Range 30) east: :'M acres. The! "sail (Und I Dentist. I
being assessed l at the date (.f the issuance ; -I 0 DOZ.
J HE PROBABLY KNOWS Whereas in the case of the State of I of such certificate in the name ofI I ,1.DfirvfRtD 1.
r :: Murida as: plaintiff, and Nora Ward as I .
I Irs. II. T Reed. Unless said certificate 1JJ! "
; defcndent, lately! pending in the Criminal 4 itli.eur.: ICidxeM.Mxl 1 IUtI"h..>"iu. fOR
Mr.I Foster's ('{'S :m' at t tin' Si igll i.f lime shall l>e rede med according to law,
CJIIt'-- I 1 Court of Records in and for Volusia. I i iI
d,'fwill i
tax issue thereon on the J7th PIIOXK) : 59; .
lion Mark in County Florida.the said Nora Ward wasonviced : day of July, A. D., 1907. $ I29 -' .
I
ii of Petty Larceny and"ienten
I \Vitnewsmny official signature and meal I
:
I red by the Judge of said Court to pay a this the l.'itli! day l of June, .\. D., 1!>07. C. C. BOHANNON
Jacksonville.Palm St. Augustine.Miami I line of Fifty Dollars and cost. I (Seal) SAM'L I). JORDAN: I II .

'-. Beach |I!i bond And with whereas Harrison the said Thompson Nora Ward gave and (11'rk florid-Ciretnt C"'lr'.I".ia, County I i'liysirian amiU":; t'on. CHAS. BLUM & COMPANY '

; .: i Lewis Griffith as sureties conditioned to I --- -- I Ottice : .
I I o\er \twutHII'baruu'y .11.h : \CiEXt'll"\IIST; : IIInWI: Ci; .
I pay said fine and co t within ninety 1 (First puli. June "X, List pul July I;) "
Havana, Cuba. Washington, I D. C. :| Ila}'!!. I !treit.. IUiTut: FLORIDA.Xo. '
I And whereas dtfault1I.i made in the I Ipayment Xotie of Application for T1>t'l Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis 66 Whiskey. /

I, of said bond and the said bond I .'ndere..tion:: S of Chapter I8S3, Telephone 74.SEABOARD.
j During the JAMESTOW: NVoSlTlON. :: Ir. li u.t.t t will h.nc: an I i I was by the Judge of said Court estreat t Laws of Florida. S enh for l'rice LIM i KSOXVILLK.,: :. FLAI 1.Jff
INFORMATION OFFICT m 1H| lol.l.v ..f Motel. (llianilii-rLiin( ) at ( Mil S ed and execution ordered to issue.i
Point Comfort.Florida. I Now, therefore, under and virtue of :Notx-e IA hereby) gin that .\. 1 11.( .
.
I II, said execution, I have levied and Hutchinsoti. purchaser of Tax Certificate .
S ................................................... will sell at public outcry at the upon front No. l-3: dated the fifth day of r' ;
door of the court house in DeLand June A. D., IIMM has filed said certificate j h i i 'J
,
;J' Florida, on the first :Monday in July, in my office, and has made itpphca- ,; Air Line Railway.j I To the Jamestown Exposition{ via-1

: East Coast Railway month A. 1). 1907, during( being the the legal first hours day of in sale said to tion for I law tax:Said deed certificate to issue in embraces accordancewith (huefollowing j! Savannah, C'tlumlli.l'arnJt'u.' :Soulliern r,

Local Tune Card No. II. la Effect April > mi. the highest and best bidder for ca.->h.the descritied; pro|>erty !situated in I I'inert, Ualie: li. UiilnnoiiilWasliin : ) -
Volusia Florida to-wit of -
following described county : El) |
property lying and I
f: SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN.FEMHUI NORTHBOL'NUs.htAUlP.I I l being in the City of Daytona, County of NWJ of sq}, S.T. 7, Twp. 17. Range 3O ton. I H-iltimore i I 1'lnla u : \
1! Voluaia and Slate of Florida ca."it. 20 acres. The ail land being ;isscssed ,
Atlantic
r more particularly "dJ.llia! NVw York. Coast Line. I JII
/ 00 STATIONS 1; ; described as follows tow it, at the l ate of the ixsuanoof
: N .i S Ife-ginning at a point in the south! line Mich certificate in the name of J. It. An- Ii
I derson. Unless said certificate shall !lie '
a of.uth:; i
N a p -__ J.ctsonuie..jv 7 ipmi S 42 street M-venty-fjve ((75); ) feet .. Two EII'gallt: Traint 1) iI
: Daily
d i _. 20 .s. _. Auguiue............ 6 ma'. 7 4u | from here the same i in, intersected by: redeemed according to law, tax d -d .
= I &. U nm* HuUcgi____ S 2s St'3 t""" .: the eat line of the right of way of the will thereon on the 17th day of' I "l'i-.l| ., ;.J! ..;.-i r I FI..rida.! ..*,. ilie Atlantic' (%a.t Line "I'urple 1I
,___ Pal.mkaL Sics e2 Florida J.as: Coast July, A. D.I 1W7. I S SiMbtMrcl I lixprcssSfiboaal :
Railway Company,,
= T i1I. r ___ Falaik. Lv 0 > \\ itneM and F, I 11f'1\ r r. lii.lules. ) to the .Ju.&oWI1 I
4 4ei I ( *a thence my fl1aiti.5i.In .
CQ ..._........ northeaMly and along!. the south "
S 11') -i- Lv. ... ..... ...... 6 3i 6 bw ::4. Z -ideof said South street se\enty-fi\e this the 1-Vh day of Jun.D.l l'.H7.! ; ;' \! iN\i\H' I I 1
...... '
0\ (f) a is 7 si ....._... tl.teo.Ar 9 I3O'25'' bii.7 43* ((75)) feet thence at right angles and. ini I (Seal) S.UI'I. D. JOKDX.N' I : I 'luv: lrimft ..wrl.. way with thrn.ah I-.U'.n I.ff..tIt'f'p! : .
T Clerk Circuit Court, Volusia .'osuity.lion' Minimi Pullman
I C't CI) Ii ,. .. I-' 4 a ..... : Miuthea..tcrly roiirs to a jx.int III the K'lnii'ififnt
i 5 m is s T2p0nt.__.___ 4 IsS prorty| line dmdtng the S4>uth! "iifthmlof ha. 'inr .u <
S 0 1 13 _
S Onou.1 .
I CI) 10 z 1 .'_ 3 4 b. the Sanni.I W illiitiu < irant .
el ti 13 15 1 _i.oii Orange.._.__ 3 4 sa'. 4 4 3.* =- !soinctimes, ('alh' the Reese: tract from tiir't Jlllh. June S, last pul. July <>; ; ,is. .n sixty cLt'H aIM) ,ftcc',. days limit rsriimion tidt'lt I till 4S

4 10 I Us &2.w Emyru..Lv 3 i 4 j : Q the north two-tlurd-i of the sai.l (intnt, Notice of li,Mtion fur Tax I lKt-l i i iI'mlrr JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINE : ,
\i> > .
Li ire: --i [ -,, S Ink hum lHht! :
April tUY I
Ait..tkellelea -t thence along said >pt-rty line in I :fll''. at low fILlets. ( u'll)
pn usouthwesterly '' .
h sa a ia'i t_Orsag. Qm7-I 12 3a ,.... .... Section 8 of Chapter IN$\ :NORIOLK.A.: .I. CS
r ) a a ax, t..Ortnge 4'1t JoicL..t course toa point ce\enty- :
t-' = Toi! Tsi Sinyrn&.A 12 i aa. TO.a maw 0 fi\e ((7,*>) feet from the eat }line j ..r the I-IWH! of Floriila -ions' if \t'f.rat.. ...

0 LI 12 rs _Oak lit!' Lv 2 3 3 4U* S aforesaid railroad light of way thence( m Notice i"i hereby given that A. M.Ilutchmson Kxi-nrsimi Tu-kHs. "ii Si,1.! I D.nlv i : {
l = *1 5 I ia'v I t5 3 a m a northwesterly: direction to the plarfof of Tat CVrlifi- I ,
c, -j-i T .qafo ............ Cv purchaser For full infurinutioii ni'l I I It"'t I I' -r' 1:1"::, ''''. 1'.lIlm.. rf'H'rvati".. :1011| all | .
r :
r M
, 0 $ _. l ginning; ul-*( I.tI., .block. :2, :sub.) ofIot4tl I rate No. :1113, dated the fifth day of1 I : > | n 5 n LVf..Mifoyd ........... .. -
$Ar 6 b : I I lv* \atious (':111'11I -nt of S' ul.oinl: I I .1 , ill :
any ag 4 It
i\
lock7l.l Ha'tona.II..f I "
(IlW I U) TTh T > said I June, A. I II., HH).>. has fileil. ,ail| ee'itifi-1: "II f
write
a I. 4
SS 1-4 0 Sss .__Coee& Lv 1 i *! ? *v .tci -,. pn>|M>rty is lexied uiM>n as the |HiKrtyof | rate in my othce, and I lias made upplication '. 4 4.Bul. ;:
sa $163' _RoctIedg...... I iii.' l.* Jt.c th<- sai r U : 15 A 4-$ _____51e1bourn.Eai O..iU._______"- m2 4.5v 1 4 f"'to :::- J it. Trim:!:, I law. :Said certificate emtiraic the .\ -..i-'.jnt ; C.
; I2ms-I I m; '
; UOYLSTON i
..
O1..rilf
I __ Volusia ri..ri.lti. .
t1 S 1mi sebssu&n I E.Q County following d..s"rll".ll'rol'rty -ituate 1- I ,4 '- *a ees '.............._Et.LocI........-....... 1O5 t 4Aa* Ut.1! .iP. : ,m n I lonJ.i.' | t',-,, it F.J ofj J.lrk:4l.n\illt-l-1:1. : : II SI
I t I on s i ____.Fott Plerce.. ..... 10 tO* i t I : ty: : : : 4 I l'
I a K ri .2thb.1&_ 10 is,, i t Zo Z I i ii-t pub. May I'.'.; |last pill. June I 1.,)) j XElhf\\l..to.\\; ., SSt.; .Twp.. I 17, Pi I n. t I'i- ment.nt.! Allantii- (Wst LinrFA ;
"* C) s $1 S tI* _ Eden 10 I4 mm e.w r: I i, Kan ge 30) east, .", acres. '1 tIEmiiul l land :::::::::::::'.::::.:: -:::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : if
C) ga s Je13e"_ mos.1 im :NO ICE | being assessed at the d..tt..f till isMi-1 4 -
S m5i c
g 4 V3 i 144 7 6 ia ........._alob Stuart,Somiad_______H 10 B 55 e**, in It' :- : Notice L-. heiebv. gixen that on. the I: mice cf such t't'rtififate i in the narne <.f''1 1ate I:! Neville H. Clark 1 !: < KSii.\VlM.i;; FLA /"
4 $74 7 45v ..__West Jurlmer............ 9 :5k. to e' -7tl. day of June, A. D. I'HC! theunderMgtHil Lizzie S.; Johnson. 1'111.ai" it-rtifi ..
!, .w.w '& 43A S lIp _Wt it1muie.ch_ 8 47* a U' guardian ..f Arthur Kern, a I *' slalll... reiltfintil 1 u<"'-..!.hug to Uw, 4
4X _
it 'C) '-C) I3 e -_ Boin' & _. 8 S z 1a:* a S Li ei. Ot4 :. minor, will apply] to .the llononble) : J. tax dtt-*! will i""'.ue thi-r...'ii i.n tin17th I II OPTICIAN. ..................... ... -f;
'+- '+:-4: ea :- I-audexda1s... 7 ::; :, :oJ Ix* : I.-'r..ry.l'uunt( > Judge of \'olu.iiaCounty S day ..f July, A. l I' I'.K)7 I .. SS II..IISsII...sS.es..... ,
S 12 (
y = = 5 19 Florida for an order to sell an I \\ itiu'Ss inv otlirial! siguiatur.tnt: MJ: :
_
__ 7 7 574 4 10 S t _u.11..d&1.'-'oncfl1______._. 7 6 44 OSAMI* 7 7 ceo.34 ndiiditl. interest in the follow ing lot I tins the 1 5th"day ..r June .t. |tJ 1007 ii Ii MALLORY : ': ..
I $ 10 $P At '1DJLI-m, 0t juiceS or parcel of land l lying and being I j (:Seal) SX.M'I. D JlUCDXN ( .

ls S ......... .......... --.i--I mmtD&i'i.iBua4&7. I in I lorida the Countv' (.\olusia nod State of I Clerk( Cin-uiT r,.urt \-lusi.i I'mintiHonda. ...::... J \ -,-/- .:-.: 'I .
and descrilsshasfohhoss ..
to-wit::: .. LINES
..
:>, muih of 1-ot.- live and Six in Block' -- .- -- -- H .-. : ;.
I.Ie\en: according to and I :: ;: .
as! shown by '
5- 1 ; the r.t'oJ'tlt..lplan l of Da).ton* as i is embraced ': T. E. FITZGERALD :: Kyt-s Kxaniiiifd FIVI- ii] : 1' SPECIAL PASSENGER.EXPRESS .
in the :
following metes soilS \ / i.
11 !
_ U>unds Commencing at a point on ATTORNEY LAW H \t I iaik ; : .
s- .ie'.eudry :'t..r. : STEAMSHIPS.
1Q5LY..J&CaOaTt11 OOsS south! line of Orange Avenue one hundred : :
.m 10 9 sw b5 b s* s ia'ici *a. is me iLyJo Jsck.oai5Ja..Ar 52e 324 12 65 55i t and fort '.I.I't' feet from the eut ; UA\'TO\iA:\ 'FLORIDApn ii : t.uo ,ii..) I.. ,list t.i.ruiugb1: 'llIil'I'.1' ItS1..hg..r, : : '
1) LW1 2 bi 4s 10 a.---5-.h A a t24 oo 12 12 a a. line of Ridgewootl: a'enueto the eastwanl I =:::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::: : ":\Mt. ,1.nulI.llil.1I "II the .. '
_1J 55al 42W5 i es1iL1____ksTportL,1 oo1 4eL 12 (l5vo C ciii i: thereof; thence easterly along said ::; iil Lu:ilitH-s for exariiinln( land lltl..-. Nt) onII1U1\\lIIXCi.: : ; : .
I Utfic Sh.iuLi; 1.I.H.k I'Qoiir llM.Yolui.i : -; L .
.south line of Orange a\enur to a point I : T.nlumlla; : :
? ACT!\ OCOIBga, SIBMSfflF COXXECnOXS AT MUMI.Clou distant two hundred and I ten feet from _____h_ 0. S. BURNETT S rnporan t till thesuats.. n. liii l'OSI111:1.b' : .\ Cil'\lt.\XTEEI> : L .
"'b111
the west line hf Palmetto treet.: thence I, : lit' 'JIIII..r' of I..rltl", Ir the u44atiuilc lit' IItltl tu t'S't'ed .
COIIIICUOIIhd. tl Uiml dh SUimiilpi 01! till P. & 0. S. S. CompanJ'KEYIWES southerly through Lots Fi\t and Six on I Comity \ list ict, omeing all ''l.Il".IIll'r". iudjsi.Jizil .rrj t-eah.1 C'nl'l1l"ity ur liming lfalt.u. thins io. : f: .

., line parallel with the east line of S ln\f...tnifiit and( Title I In- Tailor. : ".\:;:: : ; :,:$ Un: : J.\CK-\tJX\lI.U: att..ntiolJ.ooxcaI : ; .
-I-' .AND HAVANA. liti! ewooda\enue to the division line I S : 1-;"" Si-heiluhi.' ul ..bi ... in E'EITIIlI'IJ.: .\\'. .
between Lots Five and Four thencewesterly : sllrallet' emllilall}". I.. ." F..51': l\nS norida Tiru&cus.'muHn.) -
: :
;
To .
Trains .
Dtehirtt PisMflger. at 5hlpf Side. No Transfer Orders 'I aken for ROJal tailoring :W nHtK ANt: \LI. l'UlXTM
: along said division line to II' : Ind'llinK' XOItTII( ,
d..li"lltfulll."I.HillT S .
(
Titles Insured. ;
Th<.*Time Tal>' iabovU> ts point one hundred and f rty-fi\'e feet: l( I : .UIOtS: "s. :UII. through; the S t ..
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> upected to &rr1n a' .e2ee.r* : 'Ieaiiiiig. Pricoing. Altt-rin and \ lL.tNhS.
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