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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: July 13, 1907
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
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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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Vol. 19, No. 7 0.e. Everywhere. Reaches All CI.*.... Daytona, Florida, Saturday, July 1 13, 1907. Beat Advertising f/lttium IB D.yt.o. and Vklalt,. Price 5 Cents

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WHAT I HOPED TO them to lofty deeds of patriotism,:IWILL BUILD J t.tltltlt.IIt111..t1..IIIIItIt11lIt111l1l1l1...1.....


j Bargain Days Saturday Will and be MondayOf DO-WHAT I DID could arguments borough: be, Dade appropriately for the and division Yolusia applied of counties.: Hills-as CLUB HOUSE. :: BARNES, the Novelty Man, i


each KKK They were used bat, alas:: fell uu KKK S .
week at
store this
our summer. 1
And What I Failed To Do-One of a deaf ears. The majority opposed i idivision. The Indian Riser HauU,cr Outing SELLS EVERYTHING.I :

Today and Monday we will offer our entire line of Series of Letters In Tallahassee 1 believe 1 was right; I Club to Make Notable I. .
Improve
LADIES' SUMMER HATSat believe the majority was wrong; I Especially Stationery, Fishing Tackle, Crvxkery :
Sun-By John B. Parkinson.
ments on Its
shall} always believe so, but, being a Property. : Glassware, Lowney'a Chocolates, Souvenir PostCards : .

very great sacrifice. Come and get your pick of "The road to hell is paved with Democrat, I bow to the will of the i The Indian River Haulover and : Talking Machines, Dolls)) Toys, and Notions. :

the lot. good intentions" Realizing this, I majority. What prevented division? ',: Outing Club, recently organized for : :
BARNES
The Peck-Hendricks Company. did not go the Legislature loaded Evidently the corporations feared j j''the purpose lei f taking over and developing :.
with too good intentions. I !
many they could not control these three I j' the property situated on : Will also frame your Pictures, sharpen your Saws. :

....................m............................. did not hope to secure the passage new counties. The fate of one was I and near the Haulover Canal and Knives, Scissors, Lawn Mowers, Etc., and will :

of every measure which to me personally the fate of all. "'owned) by Commodore J. II. Allen, repair almost anything that is out of whack. :

.NIIIIIINIII.NNINIIIIIIII.N1.11NIINNNN/ seemed wise, nor the defeat j i,of the Halifax River Yacht Club, .
.
I M. ELLA DE VOY CO. i of every measure which to me personally we In would educational be liberal measures and was I hoped not i land,, 31. S. Rowley, who) owns a winI I In Fact t, f for Any Want, Remember :

)) seemed unwise. Therefore, I t residence on }Ridgewotid: avenue, .

LADIES' HATTERS I was not dissapointed. Though I disappointed. The money appropriated -1! will at once begin the erection of an BARNES i
: : will return two-fold, perhaps ,
: : did not expert to accomplish much i elegant club house on their holding. .
: Correct ten-hold, although the object of education -
: in Styles. Personal
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attention to Fitting.* individually, as an integral part of I i| This building which will be of THE NOVELTY MAN. :
: No fi South liearu Street; Daytona. J is far more than mere money
............................++....................... thethoJe Legislature I did hope} to getting. The same is true regarding Mission style, will l he constructed of : .
40 South Beach St. DAYTONA FLA. :
--- standby. the interests of the people. i coquina, with tile roof. Each of ,
i State fairs and immigration. Asa '
:",U, ;;,imJfimiiJniniJJ'iiiiiinWh'iiRJJiiJiri.W.WiiNihWnWWiJiNW'ii i, it'iiii'MJ. As to what these interests were, '| the fifty rooms! will be supplied with I'HOXK: 30. :
business
there was great difference of opinion. proposition, advertising: : running water and telephone and the :11lIIItIt.t........................................:
I believe State fair is the
i Miller Strohm'Co. Naturally)) I believed I was right, pays. a house will be} well lighted throughout -
= best
kind of It is
I but am always willing to concede to advertising. a i!o by electricity. 21111.1...1.11.*..11.1.1........................... +
great medium of education teaching
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others the same honesty of purpose. I Architect K. S. Hall, of this city,
} Successors to i the people what they can do, inspiring I
ti Among the few "pet" measureswas Is engaged on the plans and the i i
PECK I$ in them a spirit of progress and CONRAD GROCERY CO.
& i
} FOSTER. a memorial to Congress for the competition. This develops individual i I contract for building will I Ix open}' .

deepening (>f the New Smyrna Inlet for bills in a few days. .
prosperity, which -
I ? Family Groceries I and adjacent waters. This }passed.If : for the State. means Immigration prosperity Work on the building will l.e 1 vigorously *. (SutroMir: : to 1'1': Conrad' & Co.) :.

I f Congress will treat this as a local pushed in order to have it .
Grain Fan.. f follows all judicious advertising I
y : measure, waive the rules and I put it 'completed in time for the coming Full and :
: favored education, a State fair and t Carry a Complete
i anll Foot! S on final passage befoie they understand season and it will be open to desirable .
an immigration bureau. The House
II 1'rtxlu 1 Products what it means, we may secure ( patronage as well as the club Line of Plain and : 1 1IGROCERIESI
$ 'ireALLINTHCIHRCM-. <'e \ passed bills for all of these, but as : Fancy
a large appropriation. I have not. 'members. It will )be known as Os-)
t "" w wr wtw rrrnwrr wurr vfwwwrtfnftftffftrtfHtfffNmftWf.WMNWW'tiBond I said before, opposed 1 good roadsby ,
been in Congress and know not how I tinola Lodge and the locality will \
which children could get to I
.- .1.......................1......................NNI they do flings up there. I have i school) ; by which the farmer, inspire'i i bear the name <>f Allenhurst. {

only been! in the Legislature.My The club was organized under the
ed IIJY State fairs, to raise more and 1
i Lumber Company I ""ha.lhill," introduced l by request -: tatter crops, could get his produce i laws l of the State of Wisconsin and ,

MANUFACURERS OFLUMBER to permit the l'. S. Bureau of[I to market; by which the immigrant |: thirty of the mem bore alone are residents :. -e() .: .

Fisheries to catch shad in t the St. i of Madison. The membor-
could he induced) ) to locate on the : CLOVER HILL BUTTER. :

ROUGH PINE AND AND CYPRESS DRESSED .-...- .... t tjLath Johns river during the close season unsettled) so-called waste lands oIbe I i' ship fee is 1.000.< ) The officers are .. ..

rr for experimental purpose of hatch-: t State. We cannot escape criticism t i- E i' as follows: J. II. Allen, president; .

ing and pmpngating, meant much George Curtis, .J r.'i<'t, president; : The Conrad :
Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime for this. What prevented it? Grocery Company
(John Main IT.: .
to the Stale Probably au annual Either the did 1 Secretary; Riley, .
Office and Card.: Mil ri.RAllwftr people not want good
and Cement in Stock. :Treasurer. The is I;. T. Conrad .\ CVs. old stand. ?
and Orange Auu Federal appropriation of some -f.>0X)0 ),- roads. or they failed to properly instruct I\illup capital : :

MII.LHBond Mill Atlantic('_at Laue Ky..|uo mlln south of Jack 100'1111'1.I I ) ) for permanent fish hatcheries, their representatives. Hut I j, $}(N,111N1 and. it is 1 proposed to,.....................................................
I Kalamaioo.on Hanford Bruno of tb. V. E.C. '!
Kjr.
on the St.; Johns river and the East digress.In j spend IJCtw'Cn 4:1(1INIand:( ( < ?.rM O.I* '

t Phone 83 R. J. MALBY. Manager. Coast, the establishment of a biolng- i. in improvements this year.: M'I ..t111t.f.f.t...............................tlff.t1.1.
the bills rail .
..........................NN1HitlYNiiit'rtNtY ..................... }ical station at Key West and) for I favoring tiling Many of the members will
roads ten cents mile, fixing a : ::
}per
bungalows, on the which :
sponge culture on the west coast | ; property
f fidti64M fi'thhNdhNrYttilNi'NNiN'.' MrtWMMMrtMMiMMiMWHMWP.N.CONRAD maximum passenger rate, an express
has a water frontage of[ ten miles
The fish trust prevented me from Groceries ?
I A. D. ncBBIDBPrtildeat rate for packages under four pounds, | i
accomplishing this. The bill and i is several thousand acres in Cti -
Cashier was I did so, believing it wan no injus- i!
I i delayed amendments and ; tent. .
by
,thoughit
ticc to these and that .
I : corporations >

: I MERCHANTS BANK "mangled"finally passed condition) the, it House was too in late a, the people needed relief. The election 1. There land is in some the tract magnificent and the hammock club NOW YOU ARE TALKING! :

, 'Branch "....1. CoIIaty Bank) of[ a committee at the close of I .
The 1T. will engage in the culture of fruits
I Capital Stock............................................f 50.00J ;; S. steamer Fishhawk, which I the session to "investigate" the I. I. ( That's Business.
had been i| and vegetables, to which the locality My !
Personal Liability....................................... lOO.OfX) waiting under heavy expense Fund and the passage of[ the Drainage -
was ordered and left i in is particularly -adapted, owing .
I- Transact a General Banking Business. disgust. My visions away of all these I liill were victories for the }peo- .! to the excellent water protection. : I take pleasure in calling for jour wrier and :

pie. This will make attractive : delivering promptly what you want. My block} :
4 per cent. Interest Compounded Quarterly Paid on I benefits to the fishing interests o f an spot
j our people melted like the The Legislature was controlled {! (for visitors and winter residents of : is always fresh and fine and your trade will :
away
Savings Accounts. mists of the morning. I by the corporations. ]It has been 1 : this city, who may run down by : he highly appreciated and well taken
Safety Deposit Boxes for Kent i very severely criticised. The legislation 't' boat or automobile for a few hours : Phone me your wants. :

ll a ''HNNNMw.NN.N..W..w.WNNmN'"H1NNHN t mNHHNlHNHmmN}.., Of vital interest the State, so i it which is for the interests of f' i or several days fishing and buntings ..
seemed to me, was the necessity for] : "
I the people may be "pernicious, a : choohe. )Even
:.........8..................... ............!......I a State Highway Commissioner, the has been charged. It depends uponwhose 1 as is a they good may road with the exception now there of r : S. AY. CARROLL, i

establishment of State raids and .
WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING\
i standpoint it is viewed from. ;,;about a mile between Oak I Hill awl .

i getting a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Hoof, a Hot Air Furnace, J State Under supervision the present of laws public, the waste road o:f I i I do not oppose corporations; the! ''the Haulover[ and this piece will The North Beach ,st. Grocer. :
development of the State demands
1 be completed and in good .
or any of the other metal necessities required to complete n modern 4 money is enormous, and the roads s' put shape' '
:
f I' them and they should be protected. 'by the club and it will then be only Telephone. 19. :
still The
Commissioners
dwelling, remember that i are poor. County They have been protected since the a matter of two hours run by auto- .............................IIIIf111tIt1111111t1111:
t as a rule, have little experience I
Civil War, too well protected. The 1 mobile to this hunter's and fisherI ,

; C. NASH a SON in practical mad building; people now demand protection and 1 I man's paradise. J I
I i little hand work little
I money on to ,
DAYTONA. FLA. time to devote to this work. Theyare sometime.will get it. ]If f this legislature : Here, during the winter, tile dutb I Icongrt'gate
did not accomplish much! t
in countless numl
:
>ers, j
z are l>est prepared to give prompt} anti reliable service at fair prices $ petted poorly to leave paid and private I cannot business be t'X-1 there is some excuse. I It is so many attracted by the wild rice and (Itht> t Norman S. DaytonLUMBER.
'
i years since the }people were in von- natural fooling grounds, The l '
General repair shop on Yolusia Avenue, next to the Armory. work for the public' although i in :-r'l
trol that l'I
they were inexpt.ricnCf.(1anti fishes of the Southern waters arth're
t Out of work solicited. some instances they do. Where
Phone 58. town
: did not know how or where to' awaiting the bait of the angler. ,

>NHN...+...............................*.+.NH N. they are able, to raise the money, begin. They lacked that unity Theo pn>je<.t is due to the foresight .
graft is often rampant: A State

........1.....e..N..4............................... system of road supervision and which only comes from perfect organization and energy of (,Inunclonulllcn '

: J. HARRISON R. I n. TAYLOR : control is as as a State anlll|rfett obedience t and Mr[ Rowley: though the I Yard, Magnolia Avenue and F. K:
necessary some authority. The iorporationfont's 1 commodore modestly gives the 1'lans, IXtinialcs; and l UI'l'rilltcflllc.I4'|' )Real: E..tato': "

: The tallow rundle was the only. : system of public instruction if goal 1 possessed all this and l eganthe i credit mainly to )Ir. Row: ley, and is I, M: door south of 1 1'. 11 t I. W 11 KIiMONIiMiN f : I Man***,
z i
of results to l lit' derived. :
weans illumination in the good are Representatives
4 ::
: fold I I session with confidence. The one which will he oi) great value Dijtona Florida{ I'hom-i al ifl'icc. yard and rmdii; -'-
days of yore. What a differmcel from nit\"al and S t.
: 'twecn the first Fourth of : I.Johns as well as I, hail. expended) representatives of the }jieople. learned_ 1' lKth directly and, indirectly to the
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: '. 'p. July and this one. Now you ran : quickly 1 and ere the session dosed I whole coast section: as it will bring

r, have the electric light and other much time in preparing: bills along they were able t to do something. 1a I Ifthey to the knowledge and atttntion
. : wonderful electric devices. It will : the same lines. We unified) on
did not bills at
pass many: they men of means, throughout the .
I : do you good just to drop in and : committee bill, embracing the best .
j see a feTr. Let us figure on your features of all, in accord with recommendations least prevented the passage of a i country the magnificent .Iimat awi I j City Hotel!

. .. : nut electrical: job. :. from[ the Suite Road: great many whiih} was: prub.ibly great i ixVibilities of this |liar ".f ,
.
. /r wise legislation. Florida.,
: r Daytona Electric Co. : Association and various boards of r --- .
OPEN All THE }YEAR 1
trade and While many of their ads are open t
: embracing compromises Fire L\tingui.-thcrs Installed.W. MI
.. .. .t. 232: : South Beach Street. : to meet objections of those who were to, just criticihin, this legislature 1 1
will with the (t. lloblm' +.++.+..++.+..++.+++*..........INN.NN..*...++...+ .antagonistic. All was in vain. Our measure up average.If the city, forty boxes \ nu
II..Ja'i }
I I[ the people will only read) the'Journals tor -
energy was wasted. This Legislature l '. ..., Fable Board.
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opposed good roads. The next ___
Our Prices are Right-:Machinery the Best.PORTABLE guishers. vvhkh time authorities
: Established years. : all the evidence before rendering B
primary may show whether the I people :N
: 1 : their verdict, while they some time ago purchased 1 fifty{
>= want good roads or are satisfied may
: r. Y T t l SAW MILL OUTFITS : with existing conditions. and will find same; acts subject to The boxes are set on p<>,t.s, and GEO. H. MATTHEWS

: the tokt on earin. Loglnes : criticism, on the whole, I do not believe are located) at the intersection of I'UOPUILIOU.The .

and Boiler aid all kinds of ; In county division I took an active ] condemn.) streets on Beach street, I'alntetto
will the
: machinery and mill supplies. : part. I belive the east side of Vo- I they severely, and Ridgewcxxl avenues.; They '!" .... ry.t1. .. .. ..:....:. ... ..'! !'! V'g..y..r.
of 190") are
We carry a large stock and Legislature
: can:mak Immediate sbtp- : lusia county, unanimous as we '': enclosed: ; on three sides leaving the

: men I. : had the right to assume among t're'j I front open, the extinguisher renting r. Seaside i Inn.: I ;

: Write today for our complete catalogues. We can save you money : other counties, "that seperate and The Atlantic Coast: Line Railwayis on the bottom of the }box antI hooked' .

: Complete line carried in stock. Address all letters to : equal station to which the laws of selling tickets to the JamestownExposition the handle !II
by at the back in such a !; It.t' -K.M'.IlhhZK: : : n.\ MHiMi t I' 9 .

:: A1ALSBY COMPANY ATLANTA 41 S.wtk F.ut", OEOROIA.'street : nature and of nature's God entitle ate': 14.Ul:; for the roundtrip I manner that a !ift of about half an i \nv\ ,, !
"| -ii for th- war11/11 I'N NHnip"|l/ 'f|; : .a.i'lIil' in.l 1. i- fg'HORACE J
.NNINN/..............NN. ..NNNNINNNINItt : them;; the right under our Constitution i in their their regular coach excursion inch frees it from the a i i .

. s -.. .. ; to local self-government; the leaving .Jacksonville everyTuesday The balance of the extinguishers'; ;. F. STEWART. I I i! ;

right of a government of oUI'S'I\"es,1 and Friday. These tickets will be placed] in other parts of the} ; ll"iiiliin>- anal IK-W. t'iit-l: : "ti lI.o-.na) I'.K. ''i Fii-h-t-' '.".l.ni u Tr -

RA for ourselves and by ourselves. I In i limited to with fill it* .ifl'Ointinrnt wi'ii Urtrvi i.'q' ik+.i!I' r . are ten days no city later. "
J.C.BUTLER .. .
., thO' ) .mt 1 > it Kat. :i it 'a*- at i fc ;.tr !I'i! 0 ii
I ESTATE, I fact, all those beautiful expressionsof stop over privileges. Other excursions -- -
1 i
"liberty," "justice" and "sel t- are mentioned in their reading Remember the Daytona akeryC3n

i Cottages For DAYTONA Sale BEACO.or Rent.FLORIDA.Phone 234. Ifa government," which so stirred and, notice published elsewhere: in this: supply all your wants in the'I'i Surf Bathing is Unexcelled. !ea

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THE DAYTONA GAZETTENEWSPUBLISHED Ormond.Ormond Property Changes Hands. 1 months at the location of the several 1 I S.: H. GOVE Make roar porda. panda .:

James T. Long of Pomona, Fla., United States fortifications about

EVERY SATURDAYT. July Mosquitoes from ha.enearly the last week purchased through 0. A. the coast of Florida, it has been decided AWHITRT.: HllMlICK fSU CtlSTKlCTOR iTI 1
obliterated the town
E. FITZGERALD, Editor Hitch the J. W. Reese to
the
on postpone annual tour of
property
map this week but we can see that the Residence and office northeast corner oj
nuisance is abating somewhat. We the corner of Fairview avenue and field exercises of the Florida State Ridgewood 8.nll'ohll.l" avenues

THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY never saw them quite so bad before. Daytona street and the lot next adjoining troops, announcement of \\'hirh'as I
I Our folks had a glorious time on the it the south made in Phone KD. Daytona. Fiori.UVolusia
( INCORPORATED ) on fronting on general order Xo. S, current -
if it did rain hard I a
beach July 4th, even
Daytona street. Mr. Long has. also series from this olfice.
most of the afternoon. Hon. A. J. Bos- Countybstraet j
Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. trom read the Declaration of Independence purchased through the same agency; ,, The date upon which these exercises Investment and Title Insurance -,

with some very appropriate remarks the T. E. Fitzgerald; store building I Ion will commence will be published -

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. in regard to its adoption frarn- North Beach street, formerly the I Iborne I in later orders but will note Company.Titles .

Oas COPy one 1 ar.................______............_....................$1.50 ers, etc.. singing of and the recitions Star SpangledBannf'f. by some of the Ga/etU-Newa: and will I later than Oct. 15, 1907.i. Insured. I'
One copy six months-..... __.. __..__...................._.................... .75 America remove it to the corner ol Fairviewand : The second annual rifle com :
One copy three months..._?...__._ .- -*._.........__........ ........... .-10 of the children concluded the exercises Daytona street, where] he will petition of the Florida State IllKT: Pica, .'UrE" It. Lesras,
when all partook of a bountiful supplyof troops Treoid..nt. 'C..ll1nd Tn.a.. i
ADVERTISING RATES. ice cream, watermelon and lemonade; conduct a general provision store.C. provided for under paragraph :i:! of'J'
fireworks in the the beach. M. McDonald of 1 Abstracts furnished( uud titlerfo'ted. :i iMnif rl c.
DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS. evening on proprietor general order No. 10 and by general -. | p "G.ef rta

Rat per inch per insertion to regular advert 8ers.--...... ......__..................10 cents The committee under the managementof : Icltonald's} Boat Yard, also pur- order No. 13, current Aeries from i 4)ppoaite\-olusiaCounty" Mat. and. .iSIirc Print(Hank Supplied., I;,. is tl4 Ilo N-

Rate per Inch per Insertion for less than three months_............ ...............15 cents Miss Mabel Ellsworth performed their ('hase\1last week the J.V.. Reese this office })iL.: W. FLORIHA."' .
Rate per Inch per Insertion for single Insertion_ _...........................-30 cents duties to the satisfaction of all. Thanksto and as announced in the ....
cottage and lot on Daytona street official i --- ,..,. 2'lI OT
READING NOTICES OR LOCALS. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fagin for their program prepared and issued'

t' Rate per line, each insertion.....,_ ___ -...........10 cents open house, also A. Seabloom for the just south of the property bought by the Florida board for the promo- i DR. VV. A. JOVE i SHADES

RATES FOR CHURCHES. LODGES ETC. conveyance to and from the beach. by Mr. Long, this sale also being tion of rifle practice is hereby postponed '! I PORCH

t All club society organization, lodge and church notices other than religious The lumber for Carnell's and Bos- made by 0. A. Hitch. i J, and], instead of being held'
t services, 5>> cents per line. Cards of thanks. 50 cents each. Resolutions, 5 cents trom's houses is on their lots and workof
per line. Legal advertising at legal rates.GENERAL July 15;, will commence at !9 o'clocka. at
erection is Dentist. llanim-xk
going on.
Also l'un-L! vatand :
PROVISIONS. Dan Waldron is building an additionto Trapping Tigers. m", Monday August 5, 1907.
No single charge for display advertising of any kind less than 50 cents.
Good position given every advertisement. An extra charge 2 rents per nun his house on Lincoln avenue. Deputy Sheriff E. L. Smith is The list of events, rules and general -

will be made for ads with specified positions. No special positions given on ads Mrs. A. )Maxon who went to St. Augustine making the lives of blind tigers in conditions will be the same aspreviously Oflhcecnr..Rilti-w.aslcndLV{
leu than five Inches. for the first Lift week for treatment, is still: in this vicinity of short duration and announced, except that -
No advertisements accepted
page.Extra the hilt the road to rapid reOOV .
PHONE;
hospital on M)
charge made on display advertisement containing an average..f m"Tt'than full of trouble.Mr. I upon conclusion of the State'compe-'

All 30 bills words payable to the on inch.the first of each month. TV. Smith began this week with tition, the members of the team selected -!I --........-.-.-.....-....................................:

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__ n the arrest of two ('olored1.lmsels., to represent Florida in the

SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1907. Port Orange. Katie Brown and Lela Anderson of national match will be required to I I.
CO.
THE GARDINER j
-.- - -- Port Orange, July 11-A. J. Hicks Waycross, who were conducting a remain upon the range at St. Aug- ;11 I ClliS. E. iIi

..N..................NN ,heartiest: congratulationthis community -I I the candy manufacturer has placed his booze joint in that section of the ustine for practice up to the time of

where the bride has grown from I business in the hands of W. P. Thompson city. They were taken before Jus- their leaving; for Camp Perry, Ohio. I j -

SEABREEZE and childhood intrt c'harmillgomaliliood.. : and has gone to Atlanta to visit tice Titus Tuesday morning alter By command of the governor. I DRY GOODS MERCHANTS\ ,

II Mr. Banks is a WIthy young man. His his niece, from there he will go to New
spending a night in the city lock-up, .J. CLIFFORD. FnSTIR, Fla. $
: DAYTONA BEACHSeabreeze : father i is prominent in business circlesin York City to spend the balance of the I: Anthony Black, Daytona, .
were bound over to appear at the Adjutant General.H .
with his
his section, and owns a handsome summer sister.
-.........................-.i, winter residence on the beautiful lI.lirax Mrs. K. F. Johnson left Saturday to next term of the Criminal court and -- -- I:. Announce that their store is now open for Imsine i *.

July 10-The bond election in Daytona Iteach. visit her mother in Jacksonville. released on bail. (" .....** P.... -- .
takes place today. The present indications The town council held one of its longest C. Christiancy has begun the improvements Tuesday Mr. Smith arrested Jim Sir Josiah Mason wai. according to i \I :\\' I fI O )j\\S. ;1 I\\' I I'l :ll'ISIIItjSIJ: i

will sessions Monday night and much on his cottages. his biography, walking In Bull street .
are that the issue carry. Taylor, of Midway( charged with a
At an adjourned meeting of the town business was disposed of. A communi- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sargent and tile like offense;and he also released i Birmingham. In the year 1828 when he : NEW GOO I*i S. \
council held at the city hall Monday cation complaining of the present dumping children came up from Oak Hill. to was saw some steel |xu price 3s. 6d. each. '
business trans- ground for tin cans and refuse was spend the Fourth. pining bond in the sum of $;;?M,1() Josiah was a bard up maker of spilt !
was I
night considerable Prices low the market will afford.
acted. Among other bills allowed was taken up, and the street committee instructed George Fowler of Palm Beach, i is for his appearance at the fall term rlug No sooner bad be seen the pen as as :.
than he went home, made better
one presented for the work on Grandv iew Alderman to Walter have tendered the nuisance his abated.written visiting his aunt Miss Fowler of Rose :of the Criminal Court. than those In the shop, sent some them up to : We will be delighted to show you our goods and : .

.venue from corner of Oakridge to Bay.The London and got a large order by re-
Glenview boulevard. After some discussion resignation as member of the Board of elevator being added to CII. -- ---- turn. At thirty years of age Mason' )have you examine them {'..rernl!}.. They were selected !

a motion was carried in view of Aldermen. It was tabled indefinitely Roe's residence is nearing completion. Bartow Putting on Airs. capital was 30 shillings. At sixty he : for you with care. :.

of the several new streets to be opened and Mr. Clark asked to reconsider the The celebration at the Old Sugar The Bartovr Courier-Informant in-j: Lid given away -100,0X10. i .
matter. The matter of city attorney Mill was one of those jolly sociable I I
to
oversee -
commlasioBer
to employ a street The Chas. E. Gardiner Co.
*
I Bulges in a little boasting in a re- :! *
the work of opening and gradingthe was taken up and T. E. Fitzgerald, of affairs where everybody enjoys them- I Hard L ek.
A communication from Daytona, was named for the position. sehes. Hon. Chas. IVnijherty made cent issue regarding the number of :!i "Why dues Baron Hoffman look Idl'Jet.'tt'd \) .A
streets.
: Anthony Block Heach Street :
the Bonntag Investment Company was Street committee reported sanitary one of his happy, patrotic Fourth of automobiles owned in that sprightlylittle I lately r"Haveu't ,
heard? He married a
posters put but little attention given July orations that we like to listen to. you !
read in which the pledged up Cotne to Da.tuna,1
company city. over rich widow not long ago, and now a : IAY1D\A, FLA.
float the payable requirements by the people generally.A and after him Mr. Smith and lIon. 1). .
themselves to bonds tanker has absconded with all her
thirty years at a rate of 4 per cent. motion was carried that all property I F. Clark of Indiana, were called on and brother, and we will show you the I money"Meggeiidorfer Blatter. ............................................. .......i

Bonds to be issued in denominations of owners be repuired to keep the weeds made short addresses. The day paS8'doff home of automobiles in Florida i --- -- -
!<. $500. Two new ordinances passed first down on their premises and where not I without anything to mar our pleasure. !. Something like fifty machines are' Iu Egypt the cat was sacred to the

reading. One bearing on fire protection done by property ownf'rs. the marshalwas We wish some of our Northern owned here by the "Crackers," and I'' moon and when a cat died Us master State Institutions for Higher duration.University .

; ,requiring property owners to keep instructed to do the work and pay- friends could have enjoyed the day withus. this number is swelled to several shaved off his eyebrows to sign of .

their premises cleared of inflamable material ment for same be allowed in part to' In the evening there was a very delightful hundred during the winter I i mourning. -

such as dead grass and under make up marshal's salary. On motion dance in llidgewood Hall A season. I -- I' of the State of Florida, ; FLORIDA FEMALE: COLLEGE.J
Bless dear heart the (Ja/ette-
brush. The otter ordinance related to a resolution to furnish Daytona papers large crowd was present and they had a your I ROUND 1 KIP RATES VIA ATLANTIC Gainesville Fla. I! I la.
sidewalks which property owners will with outline of council proceedings. good l time, about thirty came up from News owns nearly half as many as COAST LINE: RAILWAYI Tallahassee

be required to build on any newly 1 1opp Carried. New Smyrna and Oak Hill. are in use in Bart w. having threein I II A high grade institution for young A college fur wixtMii, without a l.aral-

tdsueet. I II. F. Thompson i is building a i larch Milliard Pattillo left Sunday afternoon I commission. The C-I says: I From Jacksonville to Jamestown. men, offering Literary, Sciuitifir, Engineering -I. Itill! th<* South embracing: a wiHrga wf

Mr. and Edward Langworthy left :. at the south end of his cottage on Sea for a month's stay in Atlanta.F. "Xo town in Florida shows prosperity : $1 luTi; -Coach excursion to Norfolk Agri<.ultural and l'rrlagoghall I I..iloeralrt.o. S.t.: .ul fur Teacher, a

Sunday for the north. Mr. Langworthy breeze avenue. G. Stuart has returned from Go as dues Bartow. Thenart' sale amlFridays. ( JUl'1't's. Srh.slof Industrial .Arts Ii Scho *f _

will go directly to Gorham New Hampshire Mrs. Freeman has had, a new automobile ham, N. II., and was in town lun.lay. I now seven handsome automobile I on Tuesdays Strong faculty; will equipped| | | I ),ra-I Fine Arts, including piano, pipe| organ,

where he will assume the management house built on her river front home Mrs. Alex Prevail and daughter returned dashing about the strut-Is daily :and >: Limit ten dajs.i tory; thorough instruction both t'iulin. yoke culture, elocution and physical .

of a hotel. Mrs. Langworthy will to replace the one destroyed by tire home Monday. :!| four more on the way. It is gel- i No stop overs retical and |practical; careful .thf'O-l culture, a faculty able) *fiM&h.tin .

stop at Atlanta, enroute, to visit, friends about a year ago. i| ting till one has!' to be careful in ':?.MFHh't'll day tickets. Good; ion cued discipline; high moral tone. all cl"IIrtnwntJt.l | i

and later join Mr. Langworthy at Gor- A. S. Medard and wife, ..f Un.oLs\iile, I "oIlY- I the he : in sleeper allowed
Hill. crossing streets, as may get i stopovers No tuition charges to 1 Florida Mudentz. Tuition Free. Cbarg: for rnjJ U- t
ham. The new cement brick wall being are guests of the Seaside Ion, alto Mr. mixed up in this array 'of machinesand within limit.
constructed on the front of their hand- and Mrs. W. T. Moreland and son, find his Oilier ex|"-ns very low. struction in fine arts rnlm-rd t.. a ****- ,

some property on Ocean Boulevard has Adrian. of Narcoofia. Holly Hill, July 11-Mrs. Capman Bartow never is pulling way on out.metropolitan Truly *7."iO-Sixty:? day tickets. Good in For mtiJogiir and further information mum. New buildings in cwursr .4 .w*.- ,
and children who have been |
added much to the attractiveness of Mr. Mrs. Tankard and little fun arrived l visiting airs. i I| "sleeper I stop-overs' allowed strut'thar. Wrikf..r ,
address! estal..gcw.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo.: W. Rogers leave to-
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and Mrs. Langworthy's home residence.Mrs. from the interior and are occupying within limit.
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W. E. Greenwood and friend of rooms at Ocean Spray. day for Bulow. I Cf>ic League. I A.VDKEXV( U.l'rf'lli.lt'r.t:( ( l A. A. Mmil'IIHKK.!J Prrf4i.4.. .
Mr and Mrs. E. I* Howard are established >!:li'-N-ason:? tickets. Good in
Lake will arrive and Mrs. and
Helen Saturday Oakley daughter, of Alabama I
make a several weeks' stay in Mrs. J. F. are guests of Mrs. hailers: in the in their cottage here, coming over On or about. the ?ith; of the in sleeper, stop-overa allowed ---- ---- --

Martin's cottage on Ocean Boulevard. Jackson cottage. from Daytona Beach yesterday. They month Mesdaruc[ J. I n. and K. .;. within limit of Dec. l.'th.;
have leased the White Houe for the \.i
W. A. Baggett executor of-C. C.Post's John T. White and T. M. Kincuid Maley( will entertain t the nifml Ill'rs of I
. summer season. ;7l:?.ir; pokanE', Wa I.., June 19
estate came down from Jackson- came over from Newberry this week on
the School Civic I
the .
League
mi I to II limit l.'ith.;
: sonville today on matters relating to a visit to their families. Daytona July Sept.

i. : same. L. Z. Burdick and S. E. Gilmore Mrs. John McDowell was suinmonnJ Ol-can1.Jt.lI-h.: :i Diverse route. Stop-rivers ali Norman
-, to take part in the game with the Pa- This league, which was nrgani/ed u i S. DaytonPlans
; have been appointed appraisers. home by telegram: announcing the serious ; I i lowed west of Memphis and f

;&. Mrs. Craighill wife of Itc,. Crw hill, illness of her father and left for latka club. at the Palmetto clubhouse June lT? Chicago.I .

f.: of the Episcopal Church of Gainesville Neg'berry the same day. Mrs. A. A. Bunnell of Miami, who last, had a very auspicious beginning ; j
has been visiting in Kingston, called I >.'SO.ir: -)Portland. Ore., Seattle
k arrived the first of the week and has George: Finley has bought a lot north on ,
and if the enthusiasm l has
taken one of the aparments in the (Clar of J. It. Bum.h's home, resilience onGrandview friends) here Wednesday and also looked ; can i Wa Victoria, B. C., conditions Estimates,

; endon aparment house on the corner of a\'enue. and will begin the over her property interests town. maintained will result in much\ goodto I I same as to Spokane.I .

. Ocean boulevard and Grandview avenue. erection .>f a resident cottage immediate 1 C. Roy Miller came up from Cocoa the city.There .

The ground has been laid off and the ,. I Wednesday of last week and returned were twenty-two charter I I VIMFIt Till RVf|: umj- Superintendence,

t' work of grading begun on the proposed Thursday evening the Epwotth I, again Sunday. members, ranging in age from six to i! On sale daily, limit October Hist.j .
site of the new hotel which Mrs. Wilt League will give an entertainment for Born-To Mr. and Mrs. R m. \Veth- sixteen and all J.mullf'r Yard, Magnolia[ Avenue and F. If.r'. !>a:]!'../
are pledgedamong j Denver Col. $.
.Siti
i mans-Post will have built. S. II. Cote the young people. It will l he a social. I I erell, Jr., Sunday evening, July 7, a son. years I Ifcal: l Estate: office, 1st door south of IIf .tfffif't'. V I U I Hit-> f
Oscar M. Lastinger left Wednesday other things to refrain from Gainesville ( has been awarded the contract for the affair simon and those will
pure, present ,, ION IISu) IN
Manager, Daytona' Fla. )'hones i at otlicr! ..ps4
building, which will be of artistic designand be assured a pleasant evening. 1!! for I-akelaud where he employment.. throwing any bits of J paper, fruit II Chicago, HI, -Jn.d.l 1 ,

( contain twenty-seven rooms. The Fred Allen haa accepted a position as i i Rev. II. B. Stuart Martin, for several skins and other refuse about the Detroit, Mid ,., II .1 loj ; and ri'sidc'iicf.

lower story will be constructed of cement engineer on the work of the Flagler extension I I j years stationed at Merritts Island and I I I streets or premises, and also agree I Niagara Fall N. V, -ISA"I II !
blocks. The work will be in at Key Webt. He left Tuesday I who has been occupying his cottage c
i here for the two weeks, leaves today i to pick up any paper scraps they Cut-in-Bay, 0, 1 L..CJ
t charge of J. } .Turner, of New Smyrna. Mrs. Smith and children are over 1 I past ; !
;:;' Mr. Constant of the Life Saving Station from Palatka and will spend the summer I I for Vmcennes, and other points in may see and deposit them in proper I I Washington; n.) C., 3i.(N I

f. ;. at Oak Hill, and friend Mr. Mc- in the Harroun apartment house, i Indiana.A places, to protect the birds and 1 their I Lookout Ml., Tenn, : U.;

L C; Grandy of Rockledge, arrived yesterday visiting with Mrs. Smith's parents. I letter from .\IC/"f'filleath states that nests, to abstain from marring any
For further information and
by boat trip on a brief visit toe Mr. and Mrs. Kurtz of DeLand, is visiting hr he was mixed up in a railroad accidenton I public or private property' as by I pullman -
parents Mr. and Mrs. I. Dougherty. I his way to Chicago but escaped un- reservations call on or write to
cornparry the cutting of buildings
names on ,
Young and party left Seabreeze avenue is being scraped and hurt. I I Frank C'. Boylston, District. Passen- San
this morning for St Augustine by way put in good condition under supervision I Tuesday afternoon Bessie (lu ttlf'- I- fcnt-cs, trees etc., and to carefully I iger Agent, Atlantic ( 'fI'l"t Line, Mateo Cigars
baum and Zilpah Harris earned the II observe all city laws
of the new canal. I of the street committee. I I !i Jacksonville, Fla.
Mrs. Daisy Dryer who has been quiteill Sherman Menton and Ixldie Menton, thanks of a boat party in distress by 1! To inspire the children to greater

for several weeks past and under the his nephew, are down from Hastings supplying them with gasoline. Thelaunch i efforts/ three prizes have I been offer- 1-

doctor's constant care is reported as visiting their relatives at the White Syria :southward hound, ran EXCURSIONJacksonville Have MadeReputation
short of the I led, one for the greatest number of
slowly improving. House Annex. power-making fluid and !

Bernhardt Schmidt has been substituting Mrs. I.. O. Ri -hards and her friends, having no tender the crew could not get +j I scraps of papers picked up in one i

in Willie Conrad's, place in Mr and Mrs. Harrison, tlf DeLand, are I I to shore for more, owing to the low I!dayI another for till greatest nmnl>er A

William's grocery store since the unfortunate I among the recent arrivals from the in- t water. The girls answered their signalsof :' for a month and still :another for the to Savannah of
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accident last which) terior. : distress by burrowing Kenneth -
Thursday, i i largest number' of new members secured -
resulted in fracturing Willie's I Heath's boat, rowing out to them and I
arm. --- I
for the league by the first of Ga. and
I
return -
The Pennsylvanians who spent the getting their gasoline can, which they ,
had filled at a private house, and returned next November.The Their Own.
Fourth at the Zimmermann place three Kingston.Kingston 3.00.Jacksonville
$
miles north of Ormond report a delightful I to them. There were two men league should be encouragedby ,I .

day with Mr. and Mrs. Zimmermann, July, II-Mrs. M. J. Haynes aboard with a load of lumber. the parents of the children and s
f
and in has gone to Empire, Ga., for a visit with the to Columbia The sums" of tIlt' San Mateo r
a pleasant trip spite of the fact i teachers of the schools as it is al,(I I : Cigar i i" one of

that when they about were half caught way home in a on down, their pour return her Mrs.son.A A. Bunnell and son Emmettand I I Buys Faster Boat. good training for tidyness and neat- : S. C., and return the greatest indu>trial triumphs of the Kast: ( ' 1:. I. Holman last week 1 1I. and if carried
Otis, who have been the purchased ness successfully out
trip. guests of since the free/e.
,
Mr. and K.: A. Lapp's boat and is 1 will \\te of assistance in $5.00.
.- In mentioning the choir, who so well Mrs. H. T. McClellan since power now great keeping : ,
. Saturday, leave today for their home at fixed for speedy traveling as she the city free of waste paper and I

obsequies t : Miami. They had been visiting relatives will take between ten and twelve other unsightly objects scattered Via SEABOARD Air Made fron the dlClil'l growths of tobacvo that iU ,*?,?. I

t L. Z. Burdick's name omitted. at Jacksonville, Palatka and elsewhere sula of Florida and the Island I of Cul?. can ItI'tdlK'f' and! ,
was
I ,
mile per hour. Mr( Holman is having !about by thoughtless and careless wraped -
i W. W. Wood violinist and Miss wile and topped here on their return J with the rich silky leaf fcut: #
grown on l'oellt
I the boat covered and a toilet | people. Line Railway pbnut.o,,, ;
South. '
laume pianist, '' the of tU]
c. are furnishing splendid cigar industry world 1&0:,,
i I' Fred 1). Po room in. making her never pn.IIO..II..UC'r J 1tC..I"! 1
put
music for the dances at the pav'ilion. "ten came over from l"<1IaI more comfortable I I
: I han Sunday, and left again for that for long trips, McClellan I Encampment Date Changed. JULY 16th, 1907. For sale I b) all the I leading hotels and clubs *,,d J l.v tl- rtoi,
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.,- I place Tuesday, accompanied by his A:Edwards doing the work. lIe will The following official order has j i News Company on every train entering Florida! ... t
Daytona Beach 1-'anll sister, Miss I Kate.M. been issued Gen. Foster Special train to leave Jackson
July were name her the "Albert of Daytona.. Adjutant ]
I. L. Crew!, C. A. Davis and M. T. ville Twenty sixes! styles and grades
received here last week announcing the She i is twenty-six feet in length and : at 11( > a. m. Tickets good : to !select' (roil.ELI. t

marriage of Miss Mabel Lillian Horn Haynes, who came from Tampa last built Mr. with State of Florida, adjutant general's returning by regular trains on or "i '
ideato
week was by Lapp
to an
r and Charles G. Bank which took placeJune speed the Fourth with their before I OK BY ALL UtALl.KS.Manilla. -
22nd at Sheldon, N. D., }Ir.Bank's families here, have all returned to thateity. speed Mr.[ Hoi nun still retains' office Tallahassee' July 1 I. I lN1i.I. I July 31st, 19 J7. Call at .

home. Miss Horn was one of his smaller boat, the Worcester. I. At the !suggestion of the war :I City Ticket: Office, LYr.I:! W. Bay st.. turd Rut:

... the popular pretty girls for which the I department, and because of unfavorable -i i Jacksonville. I S. W. ROWLEY :IAN MATZO:

peninsula is noted, and the young For first class work-Dajtona "Bigger and better loives at the climatic and other conditions j I I S C. BOYLSTON, Aast. General FLORIDA
couple have the best wLhes and the Steam Laundry, phone S. tf 'I I
Daytona
Bakery. which cbtain the summer'
during Pass.
Agt., Jacksonville. ..A....,.il ,&...L IlL 110.to>L .i. .L.i'l 11" .L fe

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:i.......................: Mrs. S. M. Worley, who was the S. H. Gove made a business tripto I Mrs. V. A. Menard, of Macon, Ga.,I .

guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Niver, Jacksonville Thursday.! is visiting her son, Harry Menard

: Local Paragraphs. : on Orange avenue, for several days Miss L. M. Carter let Thurs- and family, on Palmetto avenue. Horseless carriages-

.i.u.i.i.iu.ti..u.IsuIIs.eWill returned Monday afternoon to her day for several weeks visit with Born-To Mr. and Mrs. Harry

surely open July 22nd and home in St. Augustine. friends in Palatka and Jacksonville.A Menard Thursday morning, July 11,

will be pleased: to see you all at that J. P. Turner is making his head- force of Contractor S. U. Cove'smen an eleven pound boy who bears the

here while conducting the name of V. A. Menard, Jr. Wireless
time.L. quarters broke ground Tuesday for the
II. tows & C<>., The Jewelers.B. .
work the Powell house returned'Monday telegraphy-
concrete on foundation of t the Post hotel build- Miss Jessie L. Stewart

F. Hough made a business- tripto I at Seabreeze, returning to his home ing at Seabreeze. from a several weeks' visit I J
t
Titusville last Saturday. at New Smyrna to spend the Sun- with Mr. and Mrs E. A. Lapp at their
New York via I II
I 6Cheap rates to
John V. Colclough writes the Ga- days. home on the l beach north of Ormond.Mr. Now lardless 'i
1 I' i Mallory Line. Gru. H. CUBK, Agent. I cookery

Kette-Xews thin week from Havana f Another shipment Nunnally's I and Mrs. Mendel and Mr. _
I At a business meeting of the
Cuba where he spent July 4th en- chocolates. HAN KINS, the Druggist.: i Wilson were up) from Hawks Park
Church held Wednesday
route from England to New York. i I Congregation Monday in Mr. Wilson's launch. Improvement is the order of the ace. sentially) a product of nature and contains only
Neville II. Clark, of Geo. II. I I night, it was unanimously voted There was a time when Lard was considered that which is digestible, healthful, and a real
The the the i iI
'Stationery to suit all at Clark's Clark & Son expects to leave for : to use pews for seating the church. j-arty report fishing on the only shortening. To-day, the only people means of sustaining life.
I
North Indian Hirer extra good.1
jewelry store. I New York 21? to return ou or as who use lard for shortening and
July i Better see McClellan A Edwards I I frying purIf your grocer; is an up-to-date, progressive

Mr. and Mrs. 11. II. Thorp and i about Aug. 13.; The optical depart- i about those mosquitoes. They can Miss Corrine Douglas, who acuomj j poses are those who are not familiar with the man, he will have Cottolcne stock. lore than

daughter, Miss Kathryn left Tuesday ment will be closed during his ab- I house.I panied Mrs. F. B. Wright on her virtues of Cottolcne. It pays to be abreast of that, If he has ever used it in his own family,'
screen your the times. Cotlolene is not only superior to he will recommend it in preference to lard
nce.Alfred. visit to this city last week, returnedto or
for New York
Chautauqua lard from health standpoint, being vegetable cooking butter. If he does do
I A. Baggett came down from not this, it is
last with
where they will spend some weeks Malby, who is in the em- Jacksonville Wednesday business St. Augustine Sunday rather than an animal product, but it will make only because he is unfamiliar with the virtues
on
with friends. of the Cummers Lumber Com- Mrs. Wright anti Miss Bessie Bingh more palatable food than lard; and it is more of Cottolene. Prove our claims to your own
ploy connected with the of the
settling economical than lard because richer
h being
,onesatisfaction by giving the product a fair test.
The Misses Bessie, Lillian and pany, of Jacksonville, came down C. C. Post estate and returned third less is required than of lard or cooking butter.

:Florence Bingham returned last and returned with the ball team Thursday. f .1 E. Rawlings, not to be out- Give Cottolene a good, fair test use it
Lard cooked food is not digestible because
Saturday from DeLand, where they which played the Daytona nine on done by the other physicians, re- according to directions and note the benefit
lard is a hog-fat product. Coltolene makes food
W. E. Ballough this week put to your digestion. You'll))
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. the Fourth. down a four-inch well on the C. C. ceived a fine new Cadillac automobile more digestible and healthful] because it is esne'er go back to Lard.

Wright for a week. Thursday. This makes six ofDaytona'a
C. A. B. Tice, who came over Mellor property on Ridgewood av-
who !
Watch and jewelry repair work from Ocala Wednesday of last week enue, securing a fine flow of watera"a machine seven physicians now COTTOLENE was granted a GRAND PRIZE (highest

promptly and carefully attended to for a visit with his family on West depth of about 100 feet. own possible award) over all other cooking fat at the

if left at Clark's jewelry store. Magnolia avenue returned to that G. W. Carter and family returned recent Louisiana Purchase Exposition, and food cooked
Mrs. J. P. Thomas and Mrs B. F. with COTTOLENE another GRAND
A postal received Monday from city Monday morning to resume hil Livingston leave today for Hender- last week from a visit of several PRIZE.

F. M. Howe at Lily Dale, New duties on the Ocala Banner. weeks with Mr. Carter's father! at "Horn Htlpt" a book of 300 choice reaper, fJittJ J f
nville X. C. where will
they
6y Mn. Rortr it yours for a 2 cent stamp, if you e
York states that had frost Carterville, near Moultrie, Fla., addwttt The N. K. Fairbank t
they a GDr. F. II. Houghton, Suite 4, spend two months or more, enjoyingthe Company, Chicago

there July 4th. He repors the familyall Opera House block, telephone 32. tf mountain air and scenery and are again at their home on the A NEW FEATURE-The patent tir-tight top on this pail U forth

well and will be in Daytona causeway near the North Bridge.In purpose of keeping COTTOLENE clean, fresh and wholesome;
Miss Carrie Pitts of( Palm Beach it alto it from
all .
prevent absorbing disagreeable odor of tk
July :22.The II. Dale Miller, son of( H. S. Millerof : at present spending the summer in addition to those noted else- grocery, inch a* fob., oil, etc.Nature's L
the Miller-Strohm Grocery Company -
Halifax River Yacht Club received Ormond, was the guest of Mrs. C. A. where, Deputy Sheriff K L Smith
from Miami Sunday
a crate of lucious pineappleslast came up Haecker and Miss Haecker, on Second has arrested It. J. Williamson and
for brief visit with his Gift from
morning the
a South
Sunny
week with the compliments of avenue, Tuesday and Wednesday Harrison Thompson both colored,
and sister. He left Monday .
.1. C. Hancock, of Stuart, Fla. The parents of this week. for liqnor selling. Justice Titus
afternoon his return to Miami. -- --
members of the club thoroughly appreciated on put them under $.",/cll) bonds to appear -- 1
.F. L. Corwin returned to Jacksonville -
Mr. Hancock's kindness. Knights of Pythias (colored) at next term of Criminal Court.T. .
Corwin
Mrs.
Wednesday.
Another shipment! of X un nally's7olates. 'I''I'A came in from Jackson remains at The Breakers probablyfor E. Fitzgerald left Sunday for
HANHIN The Monday afternoon and returned
Druggist. several weeks, Mr. Corwin com- Stillwater and other Minnesota
Norman S.
/ Billy Baggett and Roy Barnes, Tuesday evening. There were six ing down from Jacksonville as oftenas points where he will) spend some Dayton i
coaches with probably four
who came down from from Jacksonville or seven business will permit.A weeks visiting relatives and friends. I
hundred excursionists, accompaniedby
last week to play ball with the Mrs. Fitzgerald. her mother. Mrs.
!
band. party of eighteen, the guests of I IJ tt
the Fourth a Vanderwater and her Miss REAL ESTATE.
Daytona team on returned Mr. and Mrs. 1G.. Goddard and niece

to that city Saturday, where Notice to parties contemplating Mr. and Mrs. L. Thompson made a Florence Cook, were expected to join I

they are students in the Massey Business building-Call and see Geo. II. him there on Thursday, going; up
trip to Ponce Park aboard the launch Care of property. 1st door south of jKihtoffice. W. II. EIJ->
i College. Clark's tin and galvanized shingles the Mississippi: from .St. oiiis by
Lucile, Wednesday and partook of MON DSON, Manager, Daytona, Fla. Plans, l Kst'unateH: and

Mrs. F. B. Wright. who has been before you roof your house. a fish dinner at the Pacetti Hoube. boat. Superintendence. Lumber yard Magnolia Avenue and
DORIS
in the city for about a week, re- Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bliven left A. H. <.'artt"rH lIt to Titusvilleyesterday Mr. and Mrs. George Westen field F. E. C. Railway. (Phones at ntlire, yard and residence.j .

turned to St. Augustine Sunday accompanied last week for New Haven Ct. Mrs. to visit Indian River and two children arrived Thursdayfrom

I by her sister, Miss Bessie Bliven'fl mother, Mrs. K. Hendrix:, Lodge; No. 1KJ, .". & A. M., in his MadisonVis! and are occupying '

Bingham, who will make a weekor who left with them expected to go official capacity of District Deputy M. S. Rowley's residence on i ,'iOmen S Oxfordsare

ten days ,'isitvith her in the to Savannah, Ga. Mrs H. L. Ober Grand Master, at a meeting of the South Ridgewood. After spendinga

Ancient City. accompanied the party to Jacksonville lodge last nighf. HP will probably few weeks here they will go to Al- .......................... .......................... I

returning the same e\ening. return today. lenhurst, where Mr. Westenfield, the proper slnn-s f.lrfum
16,000:I acres pine Umber land )
who is a practical farmer, will) take j Young's Pharmacy |
, for sale at $2.50 an acre, easy access Sheriff J. H. Turner came over .Mrs. W. S. Rodgers and Miss! charge of the agricultural branch of weatherwear. They( are made f.rcomfort

to river and railroad house andI from DeLand Tuesday and joinedhis Fannie Coe left Wednesday afternoon -
;
UARTM B. YOUN the Indian River Haulover and Outing Proprietor. stole and se-nice. awl are
lot, $1:200 worth :$; 1.800,), $500 family on the beach. On Wednesday for New York. Mrs. Rodgers

cash; other bargains. U. A. Hrrril. they came to Daytona to will join her mother and sister, Mrs.F. riub.The We Will Guide You Safely I easily. the l Lest I In" rut in town

I 7-2t visit for a time with Mrs. Turner's M. Davidson and Mrs. B rower, Daytona ball team went to baL to health if you will drl.| -nd on in for your medk-iiM-H and swk r.xiiiimipplieH. I

parents, Mr. and Mrs. GorumWeaver at Went Brighton, Staten Island and Palatka Thursday and crossed! bats Our niedidneN are KKLIAULK.Ve (lilt ..1"durM'1nMl'ril.t.i"lu,
One of the heaviest tax payers in with the elao.t amounts Hf tier right/ drugs <'nll.1 l for. pure, frvr-Ii and full $2 and $2.50 a pair.
on North Ridge av- Miss Coe will go to New J/wdon, with the Palatka team in the after-
Volusia County and probably the Mtl'"lIgtll.nd our priors are very reaxonabkV ran nuppl.t .\'ou withreadyprepared
enue. Conn., for the summer. noon. The bats got BO badly crossed remedi.eof all kinds.Vounc's .
]largest land owner is C. II. Barnes
S. W. Johnson of the that Daytona lost, the score stand- Pharmacy, Phone 18.1 t j TIII'TI'-lt ju.t one 101.1..ri
who pays taxes on 69(11!) ( acres of We will secure for you bottom J manager
: of DeLand ,ing G to 2:! in favor of Palatka. Daytona 220:! South Beach Street Opp. end South Bridge
land located near the coast from Or- prices on lumber and other building Painter Printing Company : t
down from Jacksonville : had a badly crippled] team to .................................................... i in. tin litiiHtvMI ttheie
mond to Oak Hill. It is flat woods materials. No one receives grafts came
start with, having to take seV-
and assessd at $ l 25; per acre. o ybur purchase! Norman S. Dayton Wednesday afternoon to meet his \ can 'biynNKOUUS IH1IUS
eral substitutes to .fill)) out their
family, who to come over from
From the New York Herald of*, Daytona. DeLand, (for were a few weeks visit on quota of players, but even with this A***************************************.**+********** : >>: atilt tUt

.July 1st, we learn that William George Walton returned Monday the beach. Mr. Johnson returnedto handicap they held the score at 2: to I plat'.' i4

Francis Corpe, of Ormond, was night and has resumed ]his positionin DeLand Thursday leaving his .1 I the ninth inning. GEO. P. JOHNSON \

married on June 29th to Miss Ger- the Moore Brothers Companystore. /
j family here. The Charles E. Gardiner Company -
trude Hazel Rupert, of Williams- Mr. Walton has been visit I! I i CONTRACTOR AND
BUILDER
Mrs..1. Winslow left Tuesday opened their new store for business : Globe.
port Pa. The ceremony was performed ing at Farmipgton, Ind but came The

(i in New York City, Rev. C. here from Washington, D. C., where I I morning for Cocoanut Grove, where I Wednesday with a new stock f DAYTONA 1JHACH, H.ORIDA. IKstiniatfs
she will join her husband Rev. J'I of goods direct from New York, to I
I L. Goodall, D. D., officiating.Ten he liajl gone to see his father, Dr. I
G Walton. Winslow, who is filling the Congregational -: which they will add as the increasing E Kurnilii'l on Short !-Notire. I

acres of land suitable fur rge I pulpit at that place. Mr. trade of the winter season de) : : *: j Peck & Foster,

celery, etc., for sale by F. N. WaX Mrs. J. B. IIinsky left Monday and Mrs. Winslow came to Daytona mands. No introduction to the *

d ron. 5-H afternoon for a two months' visit in from Interlachen and own propertyon members of this firm is necessary as Proprietors.
All work
dune in a *trictly! lir.h.lass "niannrr.' *
Illinois and Iowa. At Laporte City, the corner of First avenue andSouth I both Mr. Gardiner and Miss Aber-'Ii
A letter just received by the Ga- .
zette-News from South Norwood Iowa, Mrs. Hinsky will be with her street. crombie are well)) and favorably x.x.r..........allxx rxti. rvv.........................: i
,
I mother, sister and brother at their known here. Attention is directedto N.ulli I It'a use "ir.t.
Ohio, states that W. II. Turtoy, of G. II. Blivin has a force of men
old home and have the pleasure of I their display ad in this issue. I
w. that place died on May 1.th. Mr.: at work building a garage in the : + + . . . + Fla.
meeting old friends and acquaintances Daytona
Turtoy was a traveling man visiting rear of C. M. Christie residence on Mrs C. H. Abbott and Miss Lucy ,
J whom she has not seen for a ; ; 1-- ..
Ice -- -- -- -
r Daytona once a year and had number of I North Ridgewood avenue. Mr. laecker[ are supplying a needed : Daytona Company, .

: many friends hern. lie also ownedan years. Bliven will also] add a sewing room want in furnishing a summer schoolto l i flaK .A PlI."lua rerordbtr:

orange grove near Port Orange. :{No charge for preliminary plans I over the sun parlor on the south bridge over the long vacation and : : PURE ICE STKWAKT & IMA,

and estimates; supervision of workat I side of the residence and put in two prepare pupils for the crowding necessary It
Made from Distilled Water.
Whether rent purchase
{ or
.. interests you are carefully guarded. I actual cost. Norman S. Dayton !I toilet rooms and a porch on the to get through the long] course i. Factory corner Railroad and Yclmia avenue. ; LAWYKHS.

your Da j Una. north :side of the house. in the short school term. They are + + OM.! in hank ItuiMih: hai.tNU H \

.. Norman S. Dayton, Daytona. :i Daytona too, has cought the celery ]- I Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Seaman will I having classes in the forenoon only, 1 1I 1I I I I I: Brats li i.tht-e n\ft t'.el..ther. 1'\TON \

Brooding over his arrest, charged'with growing fever, as parties there I leave Monday for an extended tour from[ eight until 11:30:: o'clock, Miss I -

fraud in alleged fake racing in are to engage in the industry exten- of the Northwest. They will go firstto laecker[ taking pupils in the first, i JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITYI t UM I II I.%''... Hiss t I'.

the auto meet at Portland, Oregon, Porter Ga., for a month'svisit second, third and fourth grades and
of the richest lands Springs,
Some
sively. I LANDIS & FISH
: ; ; AND FIn: imnii.: -IIHMH.SUcLAM
marvel of the sixth
Barney Oldf eld, the auto speed in the State are found about that after which they will spend a Mrs. Abbott those seventh -

well known in Daytona, attempted and eighth grades : ), FLORIDA.Afntliat ATTORNEYS AT LAW
The soil would fertilize week or two in Tennessee, from
place. any .
d With the Vniverillr of Chicago.

r suicide uy] Cth by attempting portion of the Everglades, and there I there going on north. They will return --- COLLEOE OF LlBiRAL A TS-1'11t' ...htll.l.ul-| : tUf II... IIt'i.iu'.1 I ( Pros it 1111; ih all :SutMM! I l-.b.aI
to leap from the window of a Port- in the fall by i fill ,,Millrml or rrimih/i! l.iiPiivti' tfJ'r",
are thousands of acres there, too, to to Daytona way I'hi"agrp. :St-ton's graduates rwvivr thfir rt- fi.n i..iii M.'i-on all.1 l
land hotel. He was restrained by I Record. I the eastern states. A Serious Accident. cage. tit Chicago and) fttpon cat<'\ be le\"eloped.-DeLand lof ( \ .. &tu l .. .s i itl.-
COLLEGIIOFLAZY-iraguatesoftliit.ar admitt.Ipri.Iev| \
his wife and a detective. Old field's Monday afternoon Fred [Fluhart,, i i UL.tNlr.
> in Florida without examination .
hand was badly cut in smashing the One night recently a turtle made I Mrs. C. H. Stewart and daughter, the fifteen year eld son of Mr. and : : : I -

glass in his effort to get out. her nest at the foot of the steps lead- Gladys, of Melbourne, daughter and II. D. Fluhart, of North Ridgewood,, ARTSMethanks I ) ) : "
Mrs dfjfrw. Fin ww building costly **juij>niHitCOLLEGE "
ing to the new cottage which Wm. granddaughter of Mr. and C. met with quite a serious accident OF BUSINESS-Hanlmir: ( in all it- l.r.ui.I-. lUM.kkiH4K I I.y l_ti
What is Lily Water? Call at Atwood is erecting on the beach Nash of this city, will pass throughhere in i method :Shorthand and tjj", w ntioir. El-,' iw < i.iir.....i on in other. l-j.ari Till ri.MIST
with another
while boy
the electric light plant. playing meat Lance fa.'city and! ooninxxliout! buildup.
south of Halifax avenue. G. B. today enroute to South Norwalk the rear of C. A. Steele's bicycle PREPARATORY'ACADE.Y4iradllal""I""lo1ro..t< I to M-r llarxard. \,10 BATHSLliCTKIC

Mrs. Geo. F. Smith attended the Seaman saw the crawl the next I Conn where they will visit store on South Beach street. l'rinCt'toD.lornell. Michigan .hit'al/'o and all hr-t-<-lt-* olU--k.s.
i NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS.Kindrpjirtn in its own LuiMnur
wedding of Miss Lena Goodwin, of i morning and with the help of a friends and relatives. Mr. Stewart The boys, while eating a water- ,,2. Primary and CtrammarS.til in separate liiiildin. Tlwiiool-* ii'iv! ON IART11llllt
'
New Smyrna, to Geo. M. Marshall, couple of small boys located the nest and Fletcher will accompany themto melon throwing the rind at prepare Public School t..adwrt! : MLN ..1SDViMF.f .\
began MUSIC SC"OOL.l'JII"II.il"' |" organ a d.n fianof. .-an.t. I''III.11II1lJar
of New York, which occurred at I and secured 150 eggs which were Jacksonville and later will prob-- each other and Fred in dodging apiece ] faonltv, thorough f"tOi' of *tn ljr, LILYVATER
them South Norwalk. 1 ART SCHOOL.-N-W Studio. ('o-tlv. a.-t*. twMiUStrt
New Smyrna Wednesday noon. distributed among the neighbors. ably join at jumped behind a glass! door : !on ha a faculty <>fI" i.n>f..,".*im and) iii'tru"tor Tb.-> h,,M 1 ,1"Kro.l ..- 111. best ".ter r.r Tate lee
The bridal couple fearing that shattered ol' ;, from the University of Cliiajr./ I a.nar.J.'al.... Partmouth I olumbia.; Toronto
which
I I I II. S. Maley and family on Thursday was by a piece
the
In making the report of Mn t l.ijClln.Ia l LIGHT
of up I Wake Forest. Louisville, Itundoin, Utrecht I'.IK kited) I'nivrreity.4 -ii :
they might secure a monopoly meeting of the County School Board joined the colony of Daytonians rind, some of the fragment: of glass ': ion and otlir l"ni"t'fllitio1'h..re are O\.r ?:3<.., <..",.1..' in buibii.w' siod! "1"iJ1-|
the rice crop of New Smyrna, ob- { on the beach south ol( entering his right eye. meat;; nearly a quarter million dollar endow im-nt.: an ..n.I.w..IIiIrary l of over 1"... I'LAti'i'FITZGERALD "
with which last week, Holly) Hill was inadver- sojourning ass volum; a beautiful chapel 1 with <-octly fiirni-hifiif". iwludinz taiud J gitisI >
automobile
tained an i dantly placed among the appoint- Halifax avenue. In this group are Dr. Rawlings was called and I window! 7 oil paintings| a flo.uuo |.ij" organ: a I li;>iniKi.-,iuni with roin|.tel<* al"[ I
they drove to Ormond taking the included J. D. Maley and family found the eye in a serious conditionbut paratuc; an enclosed AtliU-tn) FMd. running tract. Vntm .o'iri,t ltH.--b.il* diiI : -- -
teachers. In .
colored
of cor-
ments I arid .tbr -
dandgritironieside cwimmin jrolf rowing; sl..rts..eparat.buildings
:
for New York.
train at that place recting this we wight go further Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Atwood, Mrs. the improvement has been ver. for men and wotwn; ten large labratorim for ItHuittry. 1'hyi.ks.. ,Ibuteriology. & DATES.

{An intimate knowledge of the and that not only the teachers, Ida Niver and son, Mr. and Mrs. satisfactory and it is now though: I Mineralogy and Ui'JlyICY'I'rnl. : .l/uv- mnsumnrsl I broad I "ehupe..I.. trw
state .|, lights, electric bells!!, *t PaUl Ix-at. vui-iit walk- 1'111'11!l road- : ap-tow- -pi ATTORNEYS AT LAW
building interests of this locality but the pupils, and even the school Dobbins and Mrs. Katherine Millar that the boy will have at least par cious campus, fLrubbery and) tree; social ht..rar.fIIu..j..al. :amt( ., th'r. .-',a.t., ut-
will save you many anoyances, and Hill white in Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Seaman have also tial use of the injured optic ampossibly clubs;star lecture courses;lliri-tmn and not *-.tarns!: ten hum I I1! '' DAY'f0\A, FLORID
house at Holly are .
beautiful and healthful and) the 'xpvn( "4 are low
perhaps extra costs. Let us advise fact there i is not a colored family in been among the number until re in time recover the ful I t For catalog, views! f.t'Jers infuruiaUuu aJdivs-tt l'ri-e"lent s pet sits.I Itk': rut .aati.tug( : at .littleeOtk
i
v ,with you. It costs you nothing. cently. sight. LINCOLN HL'LLPh.D.: ., LIU. D., L.'.L. D.. DeLAND, Ha in ;'taakt t C ri:. l4
Norman S Dayton, Daytona. the town or district.




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t Physicians and Surgeons. !. Legal NoticesFirst :. 'W1aJ' the M tal la Shlyped !. Bar I I I Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will I he sold at public r I| Ask Mr. Foster .
Rather Tka I. Coin.
.......................... I: auction on the Fifth ((5) Day of August A. D., 1907 in the City of l>::1ytona'olusia ,
Dr. Atwoods office No. 2 8. Ridgewood. "When the banks ihlp gold across 1 j, i
County, florida, or so much thereof as will be necessary to the |
last pay .
June 22 July "
( pub. ; 13)) the Atlantic said a banker "they prej i j I aral7ableand atUwUteU
amount due for taxes herein set to the with the of MR. FOSTER knows "haaccommoda&OIlS are
ousts
: Notice of for Charter. I opposite !same together
F Application fer to iblp It In bars rather tban la
Dr. e a
Rawlingn office orerGille's drug store such sale and in advance. At Mr. Fosteroffice! you
advertising. will for
Notice U hereby given that on the t wen- coin It loses less that way. engage rooms you
; t .eeeond day of July A. D., 1907. the "It loses less fYes -' ------ i r* i :cr: -AiMoiTu"i obtain descriptive printed matter and personal Information roomtunc

DR. HOUGHTON u Ilonorable ots will apply to sir. If fl.OOO.OuO In gold coins NAME DESCRIPTION OF. LAND I j'i i ;=,: i Tat and these and other resort along the homeward way.
the Minor S. Jones Judge of la the sea It Is only Savannah.Augusta. .
snipped across
I Atlantic Dcach. Magnolia Springs.Sumnxrrille.
.\\.t-- DENTIST. the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial 1000,800 on Its arrival. It !pees from I M aggie, M. Jones ......_e 100 ft of nj.B. I_...-.: :. ......=...=: = --1 $ U 45 Charleston.Columbia. .

[ Circuit of of}Honda for his approvalof > twelre to fifteen ounces, about 1300: I I. Milliner_._......e 50 ft of w 407 fU-.-_.._.... I 1 7 '9.) .. Aikra.Newport.
a charter social and incorporation of a literary -- through abrasion through knocking Aug. B. Mansfield...........n 1 ft of w 183 ft of Lot 3 and 8 I Camdcn. X*.a.I .
impro'emenoaniza 1 I I
: Office Suite 4 1 House Block. of w 183 ft.:1: .s 2.; Pinehurst. Chose City.
: Opera tion to be known as "The Ormond Village { about with the motion of the wares.I na.'.
11'.11'. I 1lruden|
Alxrcroiiibie. 23 ft of Lots 6 and! 7 and w 9 ft Richmond. C hidl'urtComf"rt.
"
I The makes lose
Phone 32. I Improvement Association. The I sea gold weight you I
of Lot 8,blk 2, sub of 1,2 anti s 1 .>f :I.: 4 50Irt Beach. Jamestown I.tllf: ki-. AsheviHr.
,'I. of the association is for literary see, the same II It does human beings C. B. Hcston.................. Virginia
72 ft 95
w
, --- social exc. II 3.JJ: } ft of w nit........_ Ii i Orren.b .ri .
and town improvement purposes Gold bars lose lass In fine weather J. K.1; !Hush..e 340 ft 0(......................................_. ,1 .j"15 Hot Spring!t. Va Luray.
E. L. STEWART, M. D. and for objects indicated and exprcs.oedill they will only lose about $100 to each M fr K.: C. Siirtwell .......w .W ft of e 110 ft of.............._......_? G i 3Iii Hat RcK-k. Sapphire Country.ChatUn lUltlOMHT.NVw .

its articles of incorporation. The proposed -f ;; million. In the ugliest weather they \\". I l. Ca lranc..w 300 ft of,...................................._. .\ i5 Try on. M>g.iCincinnati. : 1'Mtadedpi5.
Physician and Surgeon the Clerk charter of the is Circuit vii file in Court the of office > j, don't lose over floO whereas In like II Dillingham................u 303 ft of e 193: ft.................._........ I 22 :! 95 Atlanta.French V.tk.Washingtvu. .

Ppt-clal attention to l>l f siof the Volusi31 l I conditions gold coins hare been known Standard Oil. Company. 50 ft of e 193 ft of Lot I and n :.0 ft .

County Florida, during the |eiidency 1 to' lose $300. As gold shipments of $10.I I ".f a 193 ft.........................._............ J 2.: # 13 75 Lick Springs.St. (,'laicau. l4.e.
- EYE, EAR, THROAT and XOSE. of this notice.MARTHA A. MEAL OOO.OOO J'1 often occur to make these *bl|>- I&ilifl, Williams.............w J....................................................... 4 :23 a1.7 Louis.Kansas .
. C. II. 1'ellecier..............
Lot 0 Ilk I Foote's
sub .
3t and! "'I. 7 23; *i 45 City. Atlantic City.
V. PINKERTON In bars Instead of coin
ELLEN meats gold gold
office and residence >;'o. lot' Mamie S. ............. I
: Magnolia Smith Lot 1, blk Z. sub of 3, ti and wI......... 7 2:1: t> 45
r.; corner Palmetto arena MARY BELLE PRICE Is J a saving of $1.<0> or more. It Is odd Geo. Walton............,.....Lot 5, blk 2, sub of 3, ti and wI......... 7 :!3 9 45 I' Mr. Foster's ben ices are frte-uo tees arc ever
Telephone e2.z SUSIE E. SHAW to think when you cross In one of those Hose Samuels.; .................Lot 5, blk 1. as per sub of ................. ;j-I:? 1 95 when in doubt YOU BETTER ASK:;; lIt FOSTER.:
_ __ UDORA W. WATSON. I, gold laden ships that "'er1Tate that 1 L and B. Morgan............Lots 1 and 2, blk 2, sub of................ 1 :!!i 15 45 you are

First June 15 last July 13.NWlre hits the boat clips off 10 to 13 cents David Shannon.............Lot 4, blk 1. sub u(............................. 1 2S 4 95
pub.
G.A.KLOCM1.D.Physician pub. ; from Its golden car Philadelphia M. \'. Stevens................Lot 6, blk 1. sub of............................. 1Z: IiI.. I I HE PROBABLY KNOWS
IApplkatl.alorTu Deed.. Under Sec. BIlI1 tio. Nelly Banes! ....................Ix>t 23, hulk 2, sub of.......................... 1 2S 135
f. Uon a. .1 Chapter 4.V*. Laws FI.rWa.Notice Robt. Raines........... .....Lots 11 and 12, sub of 2 &nd........... 7 21j 4 95 Mr. Foster's olhYf-a are at the SiKn i uf tie I .e-
and is that DeLand! .
Surgeon. hereby given bat W. M. \ickers..n..Lots 19, 20, 21, blk I. sub of 3, 4 and 5 2S 1 95
Naval Stores Company, purchaser of (reel( Jeeee..rr. Jo and! Sarah Odun,.......Ut 27, hull1 1, sub of._..........3, 4 soft 5' 2Hft 1 05 tion Mark in
F 139 S. Ridgewood Avt' Phone :?5. Tax Certificate No. 89! dated the 5th The Eskimos dread the winter and Harrison .......
Thompson Ix>U 1 and 2, blk I, sub of.... ........... 2Sr 4. 95
Office Hours 12:30-3 p. m., 8:30-8: p. m. day of June A. D. 1905, has filed said! take early precautions to provide David Raines..................Ix>ts 5 an,16, hulk 1, sub of ..,,............. 2s 4 9: .

DAYTONA FLA. certificate in n y office and has made against famine. As the season approaches Leah Zanders.................Lota 1 and 2, blk 2, sub o(.................. Ii 28S ti 45. Jacksonville.Palm St. Augustine.
._ application for tax deed to issue in accordance the great herds of reindeer F. Bonum.......................Lots and :2, blk I, sub of................. 2* 4 95
--- -- --- ; with law. Said certificate embraces migrate southward and the walrus or Lizzie llonum....,.............Lot 3, Mock 1, sub "f........................_ S 2S 1 35 Beach Miami.
C. C. BOHANNON the following described property the seal are all that remain for loud Harrison Thompson .....E: i." ft of W 150 fl, X of Hi>?l>ee line I 2 JI 1 !95

situated Volusia Cotnly,1'lurida, to- When an In wind Is blowing the walrus Unknown..............,........All north! of Iligber............................ I 3U I !95 Havana Cuba.Vashin ton |u; c.
Physician and Surgeon. wit: Lot 128 UUpullt.\| Caudry Grant. Is easily found on the outer edge Jos. Collier.....................Ix>ts 2 and 3, sub of Si] ..r N3..1! 31 :5 70 ); ,
The said; land bring a.''I4''II't-cllit, l the date Eliza Johnson...............Jut 0, subof SJ} of NJ.................. ..... 4. 31 "*; j <
of Ice
Office over the .itwtMal l'harnlfu! 'y. (I.'I\Ih 1 t of the issuance of such rertilicatr in tlie the packs.Vheu It Is blowing F. G. Lindberg............,..El lot IS. sabot SJ) of N1.J .......... ...... 4 31 75: !i ] (Dining the JAMiLSTOWN: EXPOSITION: Mr. liter rill hate as
u. ll I. IVrrinr. l'nli-s: filch off the shore, however the Ice
I netrreiiA1'TuA ame of packs Iwis Johnson... ............1of: N I c.j
1H( ft lot 1, hulk I, nub of SJ} 4 31 .
: FI%. cerficate shall; !1M" rt'ftt'f'nlt'd l armnlinx; to sail out to sea with the walruses on Norris! J. Nelson.... ........W 50 ft of NJ) lot 1, Ilk I I. sub of ..... 4 .11 II.'i I ( l 18\\". tax I'ft1iII i iNoue themm on tl.e them. The natives then class their R. H. J-dmonc..n..w: (Point Comfort.Florida.
I'.K! ft of SJ lot I, hulk I I. sub of SJ} 4 :.11! { Ii 4'Saratl ]
Telephone No. 74. 17th day of July, A. l U. 1907.) numbers In a !list from the strongest to Forse...................Lot I Illk 2, pub of :SJ}............ ............ 4. .11 :34.11, ............ I
l and seal ......... ..... N= I .IIIN
Witness 111lrtil'i,1 signature Lee..................
the weakest. The food that Is In store Virginia .lot 15, blk 2, sub of Si....................... 4 .11 13.11
D. D. AND C ROGERS tlli04 15th day i-l) June. A. I>. 1907. Is divided up. the weakest! baring the Caroline Jenkins............. Lot 2. blk 2, pub of |ptart.................... I1-' I 0:* --
(Seal; : ) SAM'l. D. JORDAN, smallest quantity the strongest the T \'. Shoemaker......... ..Lots and 5, blk 2, sub of................. I 3! Ili.
CIVIL ENGINEERS Clark Circuit Court o"ulu.ia County, largest Thus the mightiest hunters ClesU Earls ............. ....Lot 9. blk 2. sub of tart... ...... ........ I .7. !'M East Coast Railway

Florida. hive to for the oth L.: II. Houston...............Lot 11, blk 2, sub of part................ I 13! W
--- ---- strength provide W. H. Royal...... ........ 1.1I., blk .1, sub of jwrt.................... I 3! !ICI
0fllce8 ) DAYTOXA and First pub. June 13; last pub. July 13. ere It Is a cruel system but nevertheless J. 11. Harden..................Ix.ts 3 and 4. blk 4, sub of part........ 1 :r:! I 13.1' Local TIBS Card !Ko 71. la Effect iprO ", 1911.

1 MIAMI, FLA. ,I Nolle of Application for Tax I wvl l rndvrMvcllon a necessary one. It all were weak, M. l"ole..L..u 3 null 4. hulk .'. sub of )part........ 1 :32 13.*. OirmBOUND-READ DOWN. noRTntwb u-IrtAu I r

wofl'hepter1tvL..sof KlortUa all would' die; If owe are otrong they (;. li. Gooden; ...... ...........lx>t li, bit I. sub ..1............................. 4 32 I: ::1 45: ,
Daytona Office Established 187f Notice is hereby given that I>I-and'I will nave many of the weak I G. C.. Gooden.................Lot !I. hulk 1 I. nub of..............I ;32 !0 .la ..s sTAI1oa wtl.

Naval Stores Company purchaser of G.i G. ( oden.................Lot 1'::, blk I. sub) ,,1........................ .. 1 :32: W 00 Uauy Dally pally D.ly
Tax Certificate No. 104, dated the 5th i' ... Mary E. Thomas: ..... ....Jot :2. blk 3, sub ..1............................. 4. 32 .i cl 1 .plans _._..A r e
S. H. GOVEARCHITECT. day of June, A. I). 1905; hai filed said The Lrat I .e.11'hat 'Iltotlalllc. .............. ...Ix.ts l1Ian.ll1. Ilk ::1. Mib..f............. 4 3! I 0-1 N /r 30 f Ioeth Jactaoatw.1." T 1 I jr
certificate in my office, and! has made t fe described as the largest pipei F.;. ROM-Harden..............Ix.t 10, hlk 4.I'ub "L......................... 4. 3! 7.*. -. r C r u Ha.uap.Angarnal. /1 1 t
application for tax deed to issue in ac- i j the world Is rallied at is.IU) and la Marttie1.Sehultx..SV4.5ftofE200fl'.1N110ft.: .......... 1 1:13 7'J>I." e oaii u clue In *- ra4tkLt 11 aI

Uni.liKR; AM ('UXTHAI'Tt'NKfolldenl" cordance with law. Said certificate em- j counted as one of the mOlt remarkable! M. M. HcMon.. .... .. .:\ loo ft of I EoO: ) ft ........................ 1 :1.1 345 = 0 '"
braces the following described property I pieces of carving In existence The Eva C. Sartwell..... ........S Jof N 150 of I E: oO It..................,........ 1 :CI 70(I ( II) 1 ese_ Il Lt Palalla ._A 1 1 It.., Z
I
and offiV. nerthraetcorner oRidgewood situated Volusia County Florida to-1! solid W. H. Cochrane......,....,.. Lot ..,.. .. :." / U Baa wo ..L-i a 11w, a
pipe Is made of one piece of 14. blk .. ..... ..... ............ .9 5 M / asi r be_Ma rated / IBW r 1:..
and VoliiHift avenue I wit: El of NWi of SWi and SW' of i iI 1 meerschaum and represents the land- Sarah I. (.i..na..W; 150 ft of S 42)} (t........................... 10 51 G 4.i !

I NWJ of SWj Sec 17, T 16, South It 30 j Ing of Columbus. There are twenty G.; II. 111I11I.U..t 2, blk 'i!....................................... 1"1 l I I.* !f 11 U paat.. 0c
Phone 89. (Daytona, Florida I East, 30 acres. The said land being asi i' four In the each four J. J. :"uttun..I..t 5, blk !52 i ...................................... !I ". .9 -j
8llNeviI1eH.aark ( at the date of the issuance lIf figures scene one Lury Canty............. ......S 3.. ft lots 1 and 2 afltll 1 EJ:} 3. Ilk I. I A 10 1 .D3a ton. 1 ua Iw.. -
----- i c tot 1 353 45k =
Inches high. The carver who executed : .
such certificate in the name of Isaac Weavers sub "f...... .............{10 and 15 52; 1 :d., "' II f AtIVar Omrrn/-.Lt / 1 / ito -\N
: Bird. Unless said certificate shall l he I this masterpiece Is dead and as the( (;. Wei\er........... .........Ix.ta 7 :m.IIl 1: Ilk I. Weavers :sub of I, -t; i lt aks lial.a 1 It a aa
'redeemed according to law, tax deed I demand for this sort of work has nearly III and 15 .5:! .' 2-1 1"- lu / Oranta 017 12 a'+. I ttw n .

, will issue thereon the 17th day of July, I Ii I died out It Is practically Impossibleto I G, Wn \er.......................Ix.t3, Ilk 2, Wc'a\f'rHlih c.f 10 and 15: :52 -1 !I I.'i I E '+ C l0 / 40 Oraata Qty Jaacl_ it.wl t IOe
A. I). G.; 1ra .. ... ........ Io E- t .. Imr a 1 "i c
1 i 1907. find a m/m to duplicate 1t.I.on.1onTt'It'gral'h. \rt. ....U.t I.I Ilk :'. Wt-t\t-rs: sub WitneSlllllY olliciul signature anti seal<< I R. 1 C. Cul\>rt..................Uts 7 and \ sub ij I:1. I 11 !! :5 711'm. U P.. 11 t ___._ _..__ tae 1 ca u+r? -

, Ii OPTICIAN. : this the 15th day of June .\. I n. 1907. :;:ullpllln..I."t:: lO.ii.dU J lot 1 II.I Aub I EJ:; 11 52: :270 n.. rJ'J 11 t 0 At{... a { t ll r.a; / i... a.. .w
Trustees Mo.tonicI A 4 1 all Ltt--Jiatfo {Ar is.a It is
I (Seal) SAM'L.1)I JORDAN i M.atk llc.r.. I ...
I Clerk Circuit Court of Volusia I I..ltlgt' (cobra.S!) } lot 1 111i'IIII..t I 12. sob of I.t: 11)1 1 Y J 'J' 11 { r Tl Ir t b.el-1car' ..
I County, I
Little ulcers that "
{ appear In the M l."I..I.t. t? n It 1 Coea ....Lr a 1 :4r
: I 10..
II Florida.! I 1,1,1k I I. Wall sub iiiirt Ir a5 a Itocsled 1 .J
J mouth from time to time exceed e laei : tar
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tMl J ;, 1 | are I: W. II. l.il.kt-tt..I.t S, Ilk I, Walls Mib part 52 I (0.'. rtOWie 121sa 11 r ry 7
, \ i Ingly annoying and painful. Au old I, C. :ott'\.nll..I.t! / Ilk' 1 0.;' U C 11'r 1 rae relDoorae nine, 1 tr ,
( Wall Q
First June 15 lost I:T. I. rub |uirt 52: .. .
ICY' pub. ; pub. July I' I 1 as.i a t _.... ,,, n
1 sea
I fashioned household remedy Is alum 11.1..Idgr'r .......... ........lol.I:t.I.lk I 52 I III. C rri : .
I. WalUbubiKtit > r ale a iSi st. Lade "
Notice to Ito
nl Application for Tai 11\,1 l I'ndert'Cll 4 a 0.'r
I the lewder or crystals being applied to I J. A. McNeil. .................Ix.t !.i. blk I I. Walls s.ib ,part 52: 345 1 0 s 1 --tort Pt.: Eo ll K., Z
: Eyes: Examined Free. 1 n > of 1'liapter 4-ew Lie.of Klorklft. the yellow center. But this Is! a bitter M. Dot is! .................. .....lM.12.bIk: : I I. Walls sub |pari .. ;52 I 05; --1 o C. >' / TIDtWk M 10 tar I I lA., Z
LI Notice is hereby that Del.and J l / uJ { /1,1 xdea lOlr ll r
1t given Phillip .... .... ...
n nII dose. A has Spencer .I..r| 31 and 35 hulk I Walls Mib 52' 4 20 4 1 "
Naval Stores of Tax nasty physician prescrll part 1 luisi / 1w Jenee/ 11 1* u, I I 0 ,
Company purchaser J. II. Davis...................lotblk; :I'. Walls sub 52: 1 0.1
ed the usu of a saturated solution of : part
Certificate No. 103 dated the 5th day of I J. A. : '" .5 1 t 7 IloDe Ioa, d.,. .. rnr
Al Clark's Jewelry $; tore. jt fl'\I'II..I..t. + / > iv w
an.1I! blk I <
June A. D. 1905() has filed said certificate potassium chlorate, applltil\ etrry two Phillip Green........... .... 2, Walls sub purl 52; M J 1 ra r Utlt .. ._ W .. f,..
II Lot IO Ilk :2,11'x11 rub i 2 I 11 5 Palm7rl
part : I Ur! 1 I' West ..
U in my office, and bas made application bourn "Saturatnl IIt.IIUtluli"11It'IUI.+ as! n.I Smith... .............. 1 w ;
=- ===:::::::: ..... lotI, blk 2, Walls Mib !part 52 I 0.; t / /toe / 1 Borataa 1 1 YL j 0 r
for tax deed l to issue in accordance much {iHitasdlum chlorate: a. can be die Hampton James.............Ix J / :z 1 ..-1elnr 1 Ear, 1 ile
: >t 37, blk :2 Walls Mib 52 I 0. -
with law. Said certificate embraces the j 1: solved In a certain amount of water. I.. C. Crisby....................[Ut 4.1, blk 2., Walls:: Mjb part part .,! 1 0.1;! _4. _-_ 14 f liSi .rtu{_Daa lAled.rdaa..".. 7 l:+p 1 !Ym a.J,_ 3

0. S. BURNETT' following described! property situated i in \\ T. :-mith..I..t; 41.' Ilk :2 Walls sub part,2: 4 \1.'*/ -: _, t .r' e / nit. Ai a 7 O/.el 1 8... ]- 3
Volusia County, Florida to-wit: Wl'} J'.. J. Jortlan..I..t .' r 1 r 1 ,a 10 i r. ,aa q4 /N 7 (t. r
... .. \ 2 3 hulk Walls 52 .
.
I. sub .
Leers the La. 3. part : .
: of SW J of SWi Sec 17, T 16, South H :;: N'onuan-LuglUh laws "oa.t",1tbat Jas. :SiiuJI.....................Ut 4, Ilk ::1. Walls sul p part :i! 420. : r .e. 10 a At I/m1. .L. 1 100. ,t.+,
30 East 10 The said land
Tailor. acres. being W. (iaffuey..I..t .Ir hulk 3, Walls Mil. 52: 1 "* __ _!!.? .l _.. ,IAr nom na.4 L. ,_ ltpe
; assessed at the date of the issuance of I a leper had neither lower to sis T. R. Daily. ..................lot 111 hulk 3 Wa'l sub part *1 ; -. .-.. ,1.00". ---
,
+ part J "
t such certificate in the name of C. Landis.! '!: In any court nor t<> Inherit property. J. S. Ht'dlllao..I.t .II.lllk "

Orders Taken for Royal Tailoring 1 Unless such certificate shall be redeemed j i During his lifetime he was permitted Emma John.xon ............Ix>ts:12) 13,3 blk, Wall 1, Greene's sub part:sub .:i.:!'1 tiI I Ou)::; II. ..:,,t-,.. h-:.... I u o.1 Valli I as-c 20 ,.
: part er.3::
according to law tax deed will issue :i to the usufruct Marie .. ..... t I' "rl'{ Nt 't
enjoy of any property I.I Haywo xl l. Led 13.:Ilk 2 Greene's sub 53 I Oo I ttiTTOBt' BBixrL'ti I .
''u L K1. ..
Cleaning Pressing, Altering and 1 : thereon on the 17th day of July, A. D., I In his lossesslon at the time he was Anna Jordan.................Lot 17 blk 2, Greened sub part part :.1 I 9.. ...1. 1.1 1t ,..In. ,.Jail Ds11J kL a1l1,I Deny :5). .,

Repairing for Ladies and Gen- I 1907.Witness official | "found guilty." so to epeuk! of l"l.rosy.but Hattie Anderson.............(IM 3, ilk 3, Greene sun part .I'19)5 5.. ... (. .,''r'rj-: 10 O..*Lr--JacUolI' .. ar CIOfiIr.M1.tu.. ..f .v.
my signature and sethis I all rights of disposition{ over It he Horace Gilw.n.......... .....Lot !>, jo, blk 3. Greene's sub *>3 :a 45 t 1 .. :+-v2 tn .t 10 OIIIoItL-JIo. JaPlro.rae. arll 12.w.I Cul 121>teA ", f .
part .
tlemen. We call for and I the 15th day of June. A. D. 1907.1( R \ '. W.t e. 10 tLla L-hbJe a-." a .... ..
l lotot. \ Calvin..................Lots u, 12. blk 3. Greene sub .":3 1 9.5 a ra lgtri J1be: $ 2u.: I.
j part ) .
(Seal) SAM'L. JORDAN, | Mary Meador......... ........ : vt r.e le IrN-aN.ane ae.c.-Ar' 111wr 66IIfI121 : nits 1 ..
deliver i .. .
all
goods. I i Clerk Circuit Court of Volusia County, -- --- :Sj| lots :27, :2S? and 21), hlk 4, Greene # "' el 'rra 11 OOf.tI.4r__ Yaypoct-L.r nor t oam 12 _a a. .o' -.
'.
A.t ktBraphr er s Family Ma.. sub part 5.1: 2 )
Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. i Florida. 1 i| I was born In New York and went to R. W. I.ahin................N of \YJ lot 2S and N of lot :2*., blk l'l\i+SrUR AND OCaDEXTAl STEAMSHIP COSECIIOXS AT lUlL

Low Tides for : 4, (Jreene'ssub part :3 :-25
Boston be born For
to the
July. i: again. first I I..-e Span.........................s;) lot :3, blk 5 i. Greene's sub part J>.1 IJO: Clb,. CuncUa. cads at BlaoU wtta StaUBsklpS Ol Us P. & 0. S. S. C.* .
of life I
A. M. 1'.11 1. twenty-one wasi Mf
, years my Alex. terry I Heirs..,........Ix.t :5, 1lk.i. Greene's sub ..,.... 53 420
SEABOARDAir i July 1............................. 5:43: 0.09July i I known as the can of my mother for i Sara Thoinjison .... ........:;;\\1I..t| f'.. hulk 5, Greene's: : part sub part 5.1 :20<< KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

2.................. .......... 6:37: 7:12: > I the next thirty ss the husband of my; Frank R. Tall..r.-o} lots s. 9.Uk .., Grreve'sub part 53 7 9De ..
July 3............................ 7:33 ; wife and for the last ten years as t i !I John II. Williams........ .. .I..t1.! hulk 4, Greene's sub:< part ;)1" 95 Tru.i! < Ili( I*charge Passcocr at Ship's Side. No! Transfers

Line Railway. I: July.4..............?............. 8:23: 9:13-S:14j: father of my daughter. I claim therefore ;i L.Henry M. e"If'lIuul..I.t fcl.an".I".t C;, sub of 1-a; 1 1 1t 10 i -, r !ct'.., .hu.. u. amt al *bleb trmlMmar fc. u petted W arrt tiatd <1....1
be 25 sub of 410 .
to .
a family man Independent Ia:
Savannab, Columbia, Camden Southern : July.5............................. 9:20: 10:1: 0 IE.H.. McLane................Ix.t 11.. sub of 1 54. 495. i-1 r.-.... '.I.ItIlteUanr.aiorlS.panare.0' i.. lMbrld K.pou.lU.for war 4 Uy.atta.r any CtlARtI"aI1&UIl tie.awGd l U.oE i..natw.t.
? ; July 6............................10:13: 1 I ::021 ''C. H. I'ellerier..N IOU( ft of S 150: ) ft of W 110 ft, I..t 9 54 '-"-'.o>

Pines, RaL'egh, Richmond, July 7_..........................11:02: ........I 'Tls not the but also or grandeur of the )i j l I Minnie R. Pellecier...... .S 50 ft ..( W 105 ft. lot !f 54 IJ5 I,4 l ( .j't of the LOCAL TLME CARD or Other Information

Washington Baltimore Philadelphia July ................ structure the contentment that t t I Elizabeth l.ro-tf'f..IA't 1 1. llinsk! ''!!'sub of land 2 55 105 "
S ....... .....11:4: $ 11:47 abides within, that Insure. a happy j, A
New York. July 9..12.31 12:2S: home.-Henry Sutpbln. iIf ;, 11 I. (*Jle................ ......... Lot :27, Hinsky's sub; of land 2 55 :34.5 c U k.UIMIK.: : AMU Uc.1 P.... Agents ST. ALUU5TLM. FLA.

July 10 ....................,....... 1:09: 1OS: G. McAkter....................Lotii I. Jlin-k)"'" smbof land 2 .V! :-145 I

July 11..... ...................... 1:45 1:14: you wish to remove avarice, you t 1 ]I' II. C.1 tankingV lot .. .. 15 .... ', <5 ,

July 12 ..................... Jessie taml.l\.W.j:? ft of l E: 101 1 ft of N 1311 It IS 55 I I"5 :
....... gal: 2:1S: I' must remove Its mother IUlury.- i !Phcdrie:: James ................S 100 ft of N 330 ft.. 1> 55 1 ;
Two Elegant Trains Daily I July 13............................. 2::).. 2:)3 Cicero. jj.lt.' nlb'C.In..s: 50. ft of N .1M> ft. 1 IN 55: 7.* I FULL r

c Jury 14............................ 3:31 3:2: TeNe. 9m.k. ... ..I..r.. I II. V. Rraey........ .... ,....70\1C5. ft E: ..i.lt-.r l'-"a"'l St. oi... ii M t "."/ QUART:

.. Seaboard I llxress p July 15............................. UlJ1:10) : : A remarkable effect vf tobacco H. \'. $rsry..V....... 132xlA5 bi.lt-.r: Ifc-ach :$!? opp. 1 01; ;* .. FULL

'. t July It*............................. 4:50: 5:00: I smoke ou the color of flowers may be Mrs. .- .... ...I..t". Mib ..( IotA 1 I. Z and :3 fil! i **
Seaboard Mail Arthur Glenn................Ixits N and !I, sub of lute 1. 2 and 3 til .1 4 5
. f d July 17............................ 5:3: %. 5:5 is seen In the case of the field scabla Cloud Curter..10t 11.: sub of Ixits I I. 2 and 3 ill a.) Ji

,. Modern( Pullman( Equipment. July IS......................... ... ti.::' fi:;.9 j' named botanically Kuavtla arvensls, John H. J I..lIn..ly..I..t 1 and 2. ex. W J of E: 125ft .f ExvRCSs

July 19 ........... .. ........... : :!. s.07 r'I so frequently on the hills and com- N 32: ft of Ix.ts 11i1..1! :2 tit .::11' 75May ; 1 PaEPalo

: July 20.....,....................... H.-27: 9:15: ; :i Alone from August: till October. It 1 Irs I K. Donnelly.. .......,1 } of. i Mi ; !I.}
l purplish blue blossoms which form R. II. Edmonton............W :.i ft t of E'270 ft 1 m;! I 05 I
i. .r r i JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION [LINENORFOLK I July 21......... .................. 92S: 10.O*Ii j nearly globose h"lIdli. are held In tilt'.u.ok W. l.o.gl'...... ............. ..I C: 131( ft 1 70 ::1 45

July r 10:25: 11:22: of tobacco, their color will Auu i\ Julius Clements Ilrirs.,11' 110 ft of K: 3!.. ft 2 ;I// 135 rl
VA. July /t .. : : : 11:27 .. !i Mattie Whit J..r,..........E50 ft .. (i 7O 135
I I :::: :: :::::: : : :: |i turn to a bright guru about the as car I I i17.ie ..tlrr
lIf'nry..I..t"
Excursion Tickets i I July .: : :... 12l: > 1 12:21: I ; color as the !antra.- ExcliMii&e.: i 4 and 5, hulk I. nub of 1 71 1 711.1 yEa'o.
on Sale Daily, i II.TlioniHon| ..................i Ix.t I, I.Ik ::, sub of. 11.1 4-1 II
I July :25; ........... ..... ........... 1:10: 1:17JulylHi : R. :M. Miller llfir-......... Ix.ls I, 3 arid l subof' W j :5 71 !.*

For full Information and! sleeper. restrj j : ............................. :1.MX!: >)> 2H: ni| I..r.'h. Page Tillauan..I i.ViftS; = of (Canal 0 71. -I 20 toe jjIP1Doz.
;., rations call on any agent of aboartl or I ......... I "Were Anna ::0\. Smith; ......... ......W ;.. ft of E
write to July 27 ..............._ 2:4s :.1 03:11 you ever really glad to Lang I' I 110 ft S of Cuntd.. rt i I I IJ.t i'Y1115 I

July 2$................ ...... .. .. ::1:1:' :3.55: ; a man?" David i Lc..I1nr.\ Its) ft of W !ill) ft of aJ.j J. .V. 71 1 "u '
S. C. BOYLSTON JR. J i "Only10'..," answered the sheriff./ Sidney Jones........ .......W }. ex. I E50ft: of N 150ft s 71 -' *,U' wM 1
July 29... .... .. 4'!. .I4 ReU-cca ........... CHAS BLUMS'' .
Assistant 1 ,W MI
r General! Passenger .Agent I "( had prepared him Moselry" 5(1 ft .f I K: 200 ft I 72: I IJi I-" i tJi2
July 30.. 5:12: :.1 421: a hearty bare k- -*. Ed: <.lingt..n..... .........I.t"l II. I 12and: 1i,1'olrnlan'ALLbu( Si? 519 Vf BIT t
'> Jacksonville, }Ia. ..... .. .. G.'O j' fast of steak eggs, i otatoes, waffle* Ix.ts "5 K
July 31 . :! I..:as i I and 2, Itlut-k 2. Olniutit II '
I If and.coffee.. | FIIlI'raIH.: : .............. .....Ixitji 7 and \ Ilk I. Coif: man's subof
... :. .. .. .
( .. & : ix.v i.5: iMoen :1. "-.>ieiitan .1 '
"Aud the Infernal Ingrate demanded Yiigil: 11..ward..............I-ot II hulk 1. IV.IemanV sub of Ix.tit tiNI CHAS. B LU1'COl'PANY
i t; h ; tewed oats liite aJ.I.oulnlllur. hi.! k :3. Col.-n.oji I :
\ j the Jamestown i .i ; i h 1rr-Juurnal. Jul... J.IIII....ti...... .........Ix.t I:: Uk I. C 'olt'man's sub of Ix.t \1.1-1': < r\isr: ; IiltElt l\t. "
Exposition via I IS, ilk 3 .. (;'!email I :35
t C:.-... Alexander......... ......IA.tI.. blk :2, Colem.ui'". ,ul, of Lot Blue Ribbon Beer and
ti '- -- 11 I husk :3 (VlHuttn I ;I.. Lewis 66 Whiskey .

l i J. II. DatU....................Lot 7, hulk :2'ol.'n.a'snut..f Ix.l IH, SendGr>l Pricr I.IM
;r A Poem. Hl.M-k) .J. l".ru:1 75 if {hS< .\ t I ILl.I\ ;
Minnie Morgan..... ..... lot S, hulk 2, ColffiiruiV: sob fr lot Is,
Atlantic Coast Line. We are nearing the beautiful: river lilock ::1 ('.. .-rikin I :{.*> .... ........... ... ..... J
: ...
i Its silvery ripplt-s we bear in.-ie 1.1I1.lry.J.t I 10. Ilk :2. Colenian's sub of lot ............ ........

And we long to glide t/'tor its water IN, Itl.K-k .J. O'lf-liian I :tj : :
T<> that Mansion; of love MI ileir. Missouri:: \t.lt.rn.l\fI..l.ol 13; Mk 2, Colftnan'!)! sub of Ix.t MALLORY'LINES .
People all over Florida see the Atlantic Coast 1s. DI.Kk 3 Coleman I :ti : .
J.in."Purplt' \\llf'ft'I..n.d l one are watching and Abe TIt..ma.-I.I.1 14. blk 2. Colt-man's sub ..f IxHIN .
Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown Exposition. waitingTo Itl.K-k :3 Coleman I 35'' : :
W. W.II.bte.I.\| lOt ft Ixit II, Block 1 H.e! ,.- i. r .
Two daily trains each with welcome user there. H. )1..ojn..E.; ftIf W 121 ft, Lot 20, Block I
Pullman Roger
through buffet I 'tl( i
way
sleeping They beckon o'er the A. IX: Brelfonl..1: 10 of lot : SPECIAL PASS
4 us bright water it II and W :'O ft Lot 15' ENGEfl-ExPflES S :

cars. Their joy and love to share.Aa Hloek 2 .. .
( Rogers II ;
!! Edwin: I R. Bradford........E 30 ft of lot I.; and W t I STEAMSHIPS. :

-.. Season, sixty days and fifteen days limit excursion tickets I' we near the beautiful river C. A. ItalloiigU...... .. ...I.4'ts I 4 and. 5. except W 42 ft on'north I1.\L/ Inrtrrat and IIII/I't tI.'rl/lijotl.'
.
on 'IUIN-t .
.... /
I That flows through sbaJoy"al\. end. HI." k ::1 H"gt-r : .!:, na..1H 1.1".ng. .il.i "II ihrl

sale daily from April 10th to Nov. ::awh at low ratt'!'. Clinch excursions I On its borders are daintier flower* l : unW'lttlWIII\li: :

at very low rates. Ever seen in (earth meadow or dale. W. G. HOBBS, I Important ST.\TEltomIS ua: l'IIs1T111:1.1:| ,.I.IlU\TU:1t:
"n thaw .
:Sweetest: jxrrluiue and music i ideal! tlw uumlwr uf I Idtirintr l..rt11". "r tilt snipe. aIIU. tI.I..t. will" !I. oW tu .ttle..t

For rates, Pullman reservation antI all detailed information Will greet our souls with rapture Tai Collector for the City of Daytona. I II : all \>ANi...UK >rii inrap nnd ucily 1\1t..DUun of hlbll.1ot 1'1..11.. ,ta." I.

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As: we eagerly strain at the fttters (Sf S lit> 1.1 .1,11'| in r'toruln TIBNI'BMMI. )

That bind our feet. l.o\\KST RITES TO NK\V: iOK|{ AM: lt ALL PolXTS; M
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FRANK C/BOYLSTON We will long to cross that river FAMUI'SSi: : \ l ISI.lMiS.: "
: will deliver water in abundance to ,iuta within Tl.r.xiKli tK kola
: If we leave some loved ones behind! | a miKI to nil>! N.-rilwrn" |H'1111.ur full ,.... .

L District; Passenger% Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, I ran we not watch o'er their footstepsWhen J mile of the source. It requires absolutely! in. aU<'II.1 I r.-jfikr.liiia thl.-tK.rt..uttnx. ll|1'1.1.| tionniiflfixl, toC11AS. ( !h''\ n<> ntlirr bar. 'I", jotr".,... rrwrutl rai wt h t

the path into Heaven( we find tion-not even oiling ami will lat for years

'JACKSONVILLE, FLA. r I MRS. LILLIAN C. KEF.CH, ;. Write Catalogue.: JOSEPH OSBORNE j DAVIS. :;:11! W..l "., I"t..t.

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