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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 27, 1907
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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I ; Vol. 19! X o. I) tioei ........... Ktachct All CUiiet. Daytona) Florida, Saturday, July/ J 27/ 11)07.:) Heft A4...u. .. ...*,,.. .. ..,.-. ... >.,."iIi Price 5 Cents


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I : HARD! ROADS THEY DID JACKSONVILLE ..................................................t*


I B ar fam) |D W ass Saturday Will and be'Monday i: t FOR FARMERS.: \ I SOh1ETIIING.i HOUSE BOAT:\f1' .TOE I COASt E. GARDINER CO. !


Of each week i "" !' .. .. *'. *. ..
at our store this summer. ;i; i .
they are the Ones to Reap the Ureat'I I Erroneous Idea that
I i Legislature Did Enroute to .Miami and Other Points *
Today and Monday! we will offer our entire line ofLADIES' I : DRY GOODS MERCHANTS\ :
; est Benefit in Dollars and Cents I ,
.Nothing; During Its Last Session. Down" the Coast flakes Brief Stop :.
SUMMER HATSat 'I From Good Roads. i ..
j I Increase in Business Tax. at Daytona for Supplies.
: Anthony Block, Phone 102, Daytona, Fla. t
very great sacrifice. Come and get your pick of : No idea can l>e further wrong The following lines of business The C.x'ter. of .lacksontille. tied :*. ..
the lot. : than! that idea which has taken taxed before ------- .
poshfsion never ; by the legislature up at ( illt> :4 dock) for a short time :J

The Peck-Hendricks of Mime, that the movement in willl.a\'t" to l'aS after Uctober tat Saturday of last week for the pur1n i i :: \tHOu.S.) :MW: I Il'HISIIIGSIj :

Company.. i. Honda fur hard road is a movement annnlutsash/llutrs: |
+ .......*..+..................................*...... in the inteic-st automohilistsand Person prat ii.ing hypnolNm' t fly 1 l-'lli and I lo till her iee lilts..1.6r : :*. .:

---- : buggy diiverb Of .lIrt'.' improved :? }li! ; ferris.. $ lm' ': navaltoies '1 (Cooler under c-ommaiid ..fl I :*

' ;...............111111................................ i roads would Inmost! !highly 'ra"'rati"II'4.| .* |hat'; Mre-el' shows.' I her captain ;U.lo\\lIt'r. A I D. Sevens. '! :J as low as the market will afford. :.

; al'ptl't'iah,1 by these two c-t..srI, carnivals., lent shows <.(lr <.I* of the lfirrill-Str1' ) ::
i M. ELLA DE VOY CO. : j ? j I..r a us Comjiany, aeciiitiiianieil \Vi' will lie delighted to show you our good*? and :
lint those- who would sei-ure the da mss rvie in itie-s
) nge; r se over by Mrs I h'ntls. left I :: have ..
you examine them run-fully. They I were SI'i} :
: LADIES' HATTERS greatest Ix-urfit t11,1 le-e-e-ive the |10.1"/ M' inhabitants: :; : <); 11lullatrrl I .I.ii.ksonvilleVednesday evening :

i largest profit, from hard roads aiethe oil mills, -"slou'; betttling works, rosMtl the bar catty Thurselay ::. eeted for you with en't. :

: Correct in Styles Personal attention to Fittingi. .: I farmers of the eountrv. i ?."!>; undertakers) I-l.: ; mental morning and! re-ached Si Augustine : The .
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: Chas.
E. Co.
Gardiner
: NotiSoiitli I U';i street, l Ililyt4.n:1.> :
..................................................... What the ;automohilist ami buggy 'healersi11 M'), dealers in olerim.irgv during the. fun'noon ..1 that d.t)'. :. .

--- --- --- - -- i Irivi-r wejuld re-'rive; \\ollltlioe l phasure I rine, fl'O I t, anliitett, -:>. i iiK.ilers She lingered at fit Augustine until :: Anthony Hloek, eaeh l Street.DAYTONA :

;; ; tiV.if/i.. .... I| Hard roads ",,"I.II.e of little ill di-a.Jly I we-aMiiis| ...., $.".O, I ten o'elmk IVidat. !; inorninir> and :. ;

I or no piotlt to them so far as 1 dollars; was 1O: heie-tofore( ; water :1'11110:111-| I I hen: pusheel on southward, I by .: ) FLA. :
wayf :
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r Miller=Strohm I; Co. .1| +jand ee'nls art "i'lll't.t1.\I.. while the irM :;: )I."iO, Has -i lO IK.fore; luau *> the new eanal. All v.int Muo ,th1y .j i.*.............1..................111.1111.1111111111.

I! farmers, who! have to use I Inroad* lutiia's _hN1,11a. -.. MINI| before; rail i until, she n-.uln-d the draw' bridge.' - -- --
: and from .the, ..11111..............................................
I hauling: to markets, nudluneh; rooms, <.iO, was ifl't; 1: over Smith c ree-k t and here they were I :* .
: Successors to i: 11 I would) nn.it i* a direet profit that before. ; fortune tillers! < 1IO.( was delateil! fo :long in getting through! j janchored :

PECK & FOSTER. \: eould, e-asily IK- analyzed into a I I :*:.: _." In-fore; 1"IIII"ranalll"IOU't'I'S I IH that night overtook .them and I they i : CONRAD GROCERY CO. i

dultar-and-ce'uts sating of time, or -eiple, given l privile-ge to sell by ; in the basin until next I :.

Family Groceries |. I horse flesh and wear and tear of te- regular am-tioneers I i. I 1,0110' The i morning. .Mr.r Stevens says the mospiitos :. ..

i tC i i hides yet, there are. many' who cannot regular auctioneers par $i"i. '' were very troublesome during :: (HIlI'C'l'"sor: to E.: T. Conrad t1 ( 'td) :

=t irain C Fane y :5":=i! or will not look at it from tins I In addition to this state tamust the night. managing to work I I :*. .:

and Foo.1 .: i I point of ,'ie,,:. I I lot added the eountt. and city t n. their way through the netting and ] :* Carry a Full and Complete i

> I'roductit ; j Of tonne, the money with which And yet there are some "awfuljn. ileterinined< 'to be littler prepared in ;' :Jtutiire .
I'rOllu.t
r "IT'S ALL IN THE SHREDS" s..I I the roads are built must ultimately I .>e>ple ill the Mate of Florida! who I b)' providing themselves :J: Line of Plain and Fancy i
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'iluNINm1m' ...
!' 'mm.tiff itif tiff. .wt. .. L \:
HfftffitnittfntiftntBond ,1It'rrrH .w. mm..n : l,e raised 1 liy g"IIl'ral.axatiou tin all to say C that the last legislature did with sandlllurs. .

.--..--....-..-.-.-.-. .-.-.-.-..-.-...-..-............................ 1 of the properly of the state, and nothing When they c-ome to jay During .the short stay of the boat! :

I every interest must its' the imnMseel tax they will at ) Xews GROCERIES
1 pay proportionate probably D.lytolla" lian'tte- repre-l! :

I Lumber Company i iIt \ I !share hut curt interest will I wish 1 the last legislature had "never !sentative lx .irded her and was verykindly I :I

not reeeite a dire-ct return eonuneiihiirate I INr-n I",rn..I l." i re?'ei\'t'l1 1 by her owner w ho ; : : !
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MANlMCltktRS
OhROUUM :
with
the it -
money e-osts was also her builder Mr. :Met'ensplanned :

AND DRESSED( I IT A/ID/ CD .. ** .. .. : | Take for instamv, the gie-at railroad School Problem Discussed. the boat for use in these ; :: CLOVER HILL BUTTER. : !
J
PINE AND! CYPRESS jUUlTlDClV VI which would have.! .\ teacher I .
c-orjmrations : good is worth ;ane waters which is borne out by her' :. .

< I W ': j a large share of f the total, t to lay can ]INr>: sihly afford to pay her. but draft which is only .;! inches, al-jj! : .
I Lath, Shingles, Flooring; (Ceiling) Hrick, Lime | ': Their return' would. only c-eime'la !jxior' leather is! a bad investment though the! Co
i and Cement in Stork. ifllr* and yards: l-kMCinr N through "the ultimate 'I nt ,,'. This .
the
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Uatl ay and oraii?* AtMiur 4 |j envelopment any p..i is Jumition i length and lli; foot )lita t. Ski is :

MII.I.S I ..Koud Mill AIlanrle ewer due KT. IKI IIIiII'/ruULh <.f JarkMii\lllf ; ''of the countrv that would) give them I II. taken by our t, ho"I! I oard J.\.t: really a combinetl house l boat and :: 1T C'onrnt.l.8.. old stand :

Kalainatuo.ouSanr.ird nttb.. P' k.t'.lit.: I.,I more freight to haul and more Iaas.engers war .the Iniard raise: l "the salaries nf F launch having. all the comforts. of ':.......................................1111........:

Phone 83 K. J. MAI.BY. Manager. J J to l-e-aiise: of the inI grade{,i : leathers liet-ause living the former with the -- -
carry / es- jKiwer and I.ItIt1.tt1.tit/1.t.t/t.t.tr1.......................I*
.................................................... I I> leuswl II".I.lIlaliuli.I | ] j I penses] esjHially in the towns, had: 1 I speed of the latter. :
----.- -- -- .- The large rile. inte-re-hts of -igreatly;, increased, this she is fitted with
\ear they a !1.- horsy :
;Uliiiiii..' .Wii.\IWii ii.Wn'i..oiiiii iiiti.fiiif.i, 'f'ii"ii... ;ii.i.. "J.'i"J:
: li.uidising ilII.t lIIarlllf.1I tunngc-ould,I 1onlv 1 have tai..lyl l the. wnlaries of the country |III.-r. two-c-jlinder Ilutson' engine, :
A. ii. nd IlIlJ: K. N.T'INHAD! f I Groceries ? I ;
:E ultlent C.hlrr :.: rctt i1r their return in an iluli- hchool} ttarhrr with the hue e which drives her at a s|>eed ..f !MVCIIi :

nit way through C i i II..a..1. trade i! )hat' we .shall!,.' able to secure a i or light miles an hour and i is MInearly :

1 MERCHANTS BANK I! and hu-iiiie-ss., the hundre-ds. of hotel I1 j 11"1 I I Itrrclass of teachers for these automatic that. with the starting I :

| : !would I nit.no some direct iK-ne-lit sthiHiIs' Hut \.' wish it dilimtlyunderstootl apparatus arranged! as Mr I SU.\- :: NOW YOU ARE TALKING! i
: Ur.nfi'1"Iu.Is Crusty h.nki 3:
5 Capital :-iteM'!I.. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. $ W.CICU(, through an ins'rease-d niiiul'r IIf that it is not our purpose ins has it, "she is practically a ne- :

I :c I IVrsoiial Liability... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ... IINII4NP' ::.1 guests who \\ltIIl.llrillg their mac to pay forty-five dollars per man boat, although he luu- :a man :: That's My Business. |
.: I c liiiies tillitei'atc: !liecauseof good 1 month 1 for thirty-live. dollar leathers. with. him on this trip as! cook, and ; :
ti Trannactr a General Hanking Ituiness.Ii 3- i 1I
: nails, hut it is not. likely the I'wlih4from i! Of course we:will make mistakesand ,If'l'kllall1.ht'; I take!
: can haw1ll..1! (from )) :; pleasure in |Iiltt'r cent. Interest (Compounded: ) ) Quarterly) Paid on- I this sourre would eove-r the : a few poor tf'ad..rsill: secureKisitioiis. either fore or aft and I from upjx-r or : d..lin'rlng l pr"IIII'II] ]}' chat \"u want My stick J

$ NL\'IIIS Accounts. i; road I t1cl".)' would.. ,'all..1 l on to | but these will l 1s, discarded lowerth-ck. I I'I ( :: is .ilu.us frisk and bur' and your trade will J

I pay( if a s Yl'olt'lI1..f hard roads wereeonstllli : as vmn" as jmssible: While TIlt Ixiat has an ihtrie plautanti''' :: lx' highly apjire' 'iated; ..11I"wll) takenare of Jij t

Sur..ly Hq..it I Huu.r..r knit' *-i il ti-d. I II the interest of the tt.td..r can never is providcil uitlall/4.u-uicwY-s. ill-I : I'lione me ruler uantH *
SY !'1 ."ur1Rp'Lr."urulA'. INNN.'fa'uu. 'W lMI.I.l l r ll"M!!.l!!.ll>'l/IIXI'. > ] I I If L u u + r, the man: who iive-s inp I I 'lie divoncd from the general nil.1I lI eluding toilet, bath' t... The main.. : :

................................................... I I the loiintrt.. ls.lht one who would I ,I fare of the chm J h. jet in no senseshould table or sWjiing 1 rcKim is ten livtwelve ; !: |
J I ni-eive llie gre-ate-st. dire-ct. !IM'lie-lit l the .hools! lie : S. W. CAKROLL
: WMIN YOU ARI E: CONTIMPLATING I v run as philau- fee t and i the gape} is >tl I : !

J i I, from hard KM'l-i, and the 11'1t'l-o.i"lI. ( i iJjol i thro'ii cnterpriM' for the benefit ofr f The upj!' -r de-c.k, which is };" lit'rall> : .. <
:
:
J | getting( a fbhmi,11101l l Tank a next Tin I'eml: :allot \ir Furnace- building ,llie-m' must IN'.1-uhl h l 1 ic.uhirs: The members of .theMhixil ; used 1 as a lounging plaev. is I ll'xl's :5 The North Beach st. Grocer. 5 t;

i''or any .>f the olher metal nei-essiiies n"luirt.,1| to uunplele' a IIhlll..rll! : the farmers 'I he-v must cmme toMX Ixurd naturally become 111tercsle feet ill silt and protected by an awning : i

i 11\\.lIill renie-mlMT I lliai. : .1, (the. iN-nelits 'the:}' will derivei .1
: ( fiom cl"'IIIIN.r..re the Hock in any leather, but the vital' organic; int -rI1 ic-e; )hit and all water and gasoline:' :;, t.ta.t.r.trt.t.t.t.t.It1.ttltlrtrttt/ra..........: 1
zso I lion eif the :State ran U- pushed ;: est should and d-K-s arise: from theleather's are carried on this deck. ;

1 .1 C. NASH A SON 1 Jitoanv I ii'iisiderahle! ettent' Tlll'j I I/ influence, through the The :sviui-tiinm"1 fitting of .the i.

UAYTONA. FLA. | 1t11l"'III"IIIII1I1\t first re-cvive the 1'01'-1 I seluNiI, on the vvilf.ire of the .-hildren. strew, gives full tunnel elTeet and :

? I I near! approval. a nujoritv' eif the J Jj i tin-* feature Mr. Mevens finds a 1-'''- '
': are IK-S! jirepue-d: .to gi\'" prompt' and reliaMe) M-rtii-e- fair |pries i ("copleami the farmers t'\llIsti'IJ'i'1' ,I The) board, is doing all it can for
rural: repair shop on YollI..ia :11t'uur, ne\t to ,the .\rm..ryI : j C tins majoritv. The-t are. the ones', )the Ix-st interests of the M 11x,1+. awe .. ;aground l on a sand bar as the water I

I{ who hold the lialanc-e e.f (kiwer when sc,' it. l but \\.. are all human and I :thrown forward through the tunnel'
Phone' :& Out of town work ".i !Iii itlrl.! |
I it e-omi-s to ...................*.*.*.*.*...*.....*..NHNa ;
a vote- nut! until tlu-y IHCOUICCIIthiised earnestly'' ask for Jour aNalaa] 'ra- The cabin of the Cooler i is fiiii&hj j .
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....................................1............... '; l on this all iiupiitant '|'Wr>-J, tion :and fork-araiue while we are : J l I' S'VM.OK .* tion he i lialame of the popiil.itiou i''working out the various school Met'ens procured oLa trader froro 'I Yard, Magnolia .h. tllIl' ::11.,1, i I I L I' Hailuay: AWo

.* s'U : I will IK-rumj>eled! 'to pull through'!' problems to the best of our ability. the keys who to iihe i for its origin.It bins Lstiiuates ;in : ,
Vt-rv
of elcetru Ii'esttfuly
\, I '|: sand with the brethren of the farms i< i is the genuine article and d.or south "f I'V II l.l: >MONIiM. ItX. Manager.
.\. O. heavy
al cork finiahid and charged for It.n"I'"
,-- : Fl from tin. shop:: shuns! lio'v squarcIv .* ;!' We believe .the day i is not far ,Ii..- : rich in coloring and makes an extremely D.iytmia Flrida ,I'lionis.it, .flue.. yard and nialrur| -"-

: :IIull""toraLlyt: traii!a..t nurbiiMiicss : taut whe'n the fanning clasM-s will i' D OroNA.IVatitituI : fine finish. The dining table

: : KlttMul: repairs re- : I rise tip as Hue man anti .1.-lIIa",1 that. : lUytonji, how heart is tLeh..rt table of the :Spanish
ee-ie'e *:pclal attention. Those' justice l toe dMie, them and that they DIY .
steamer Alicia which
1 IjuhrmeeaeJi: {lunh stY'ne. was 'Ifl'dI"I
: who legato us 1I'r.rr alNU+tour :
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' be given the advantages II f imj rovcd ; Thy riser like a burnished mirror "lai'It. last winter. .
i : charges, and they "know tJt'I
fore cngaging u* that our \\ork- I i i highways and then good roads will ;i Frameil in its" einoraT.l grcra. The OnitT wa built about a \ ,i li' t City Hotel i
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Tlle.bady oaks like nntinds stand i iWith
: iuatishii| will be the- UstDaytona : I! tome. I ago and altogether is a very' I ml .r. y
-- 1 lntilth.it day arrives !! s>jum-h tnoan tntnincd, .
: I. : i nolhing 1 Vauiy<< anU fragrance m each haute ahheantsatisfactoryrat.Mr) ''. \ t
: )L : lID ( Electric: Co.J. j'van'! U. aec-omplislie-d( in the way ofJ Hit- fairest spot that rank can tint!. ens fays, anal lie it justly: pn.ui' f t OPEN All THE TEAR #

I improving our miserable highwajsJ her she 1 i
r is modeled after
as hi
1. I 1\ u
: ,'- r2 South'I e.uh Street liy thy fair suit the saran Rluaol' 1
4._ .J_- IT j i I that are grow ill ; he-avierand heavier In tender lies. and has features win. ,
...........................................!.........! I With each transpiring. tear t'lay !i Like : nuithrr minor key troili-r thinks it rt. ,
a worth
t '
young "H'- are prraertim::: f ;1 i Fable Board.
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('IIIItII 'l itnt-
......**..*.*....*.......*************************** s. Singing a lulLityOr { : lure use.: 'a;;

K:_labll>htN1Mrent. { our1'r1.-nn Itl !UI :Ma,.hln.rt Hi.. I'MSAW 1.tol1t'l1ly wind their M u\\. iwmr They left Dattona Naur.lav .I'-
\\ ifll'e t Crude Oil. Like a fi'nliuo cltainrJAnJ
PORTABLE. term m fur down trios ''unts .
: ., p i
I lasts ctK-n the !kutllfrifi: rfi>r> j 11
The l IhuJ of =a? GEO. H. MATTHEWS
: Trade at a fpmal .
: :': .. \. I t.: f MILL Ot'rl'II l As though his frveUora gaiftrU.Ttie ably a* far &mttk as Miami < \l!-1 t r- ?
iiieftin held! '
L.!' ,. a'r/ ,c;- lbe Iw-t o4. ...... F.nginy : ;, e-n Salutday..luly :.1'. sunnier" land! scarce fairrr em iDle to l be role about I\Y" SSCikrG. ----:- l'IWI' IEWIl.
.;r and U,"ll.r. atd all Llml. ,>f J .1t't.i.I.\1 to purchase a barrel) of ?

',. 10.Mid wurLliiK 1II"'bltl"and. J eruile oil. in order that its dust laving ; t \k ted from the "rtW r :..Lun1J..o'l' -, ,..'....... .'....!.... ..... !,..!..,... . ... ........... ........... ........... ...'.....
mill( ruppllr| ,. W. caira : ,l : t'right mansion g\oI&'n ;::"leauls'
.- large .t.xk and onu "...a... : '(iiahties: may lie tt..tt'tl..u I l"a'II: ('a 't the dark river ..VrShire 1:. I 1. I'ostoo.Wsley Johnsonaud
: .........dl..'.. .lilpiiifinVnle ,! .. W. J. '
strict lot
: i I in re brightly lha UN- vudr Unciscy returned from The Seaside Inn. I 1

: \ t< .lay for our illustrated catalogue ". We canc joU motiet. Considerable damage: is done to{ 1 I\t+s1,1 lay tin- \cred am, .Jamestown.a., the forepart of the

: ("UIIIJtIt'tt'lilie carried in FtocL. .AJJre-s all letters to ertain e lasses i.f inerthandis in the f( Ur tprinlo.lt'll lay the dllBIUAtJ kn week They all say .Ja l'ttJ"n i. .
\\ "I\j'.I"' f ; :
: Len his I-right race i> rua. .
4 south FonI" .
: A1ALSBY COMPANY ATLANTA, OI URtiI\. J storesIt' dust bleiwingon the same, i the hottest place they ever saw andsurprised y
Oh': fair Dajtoiu* t\tT thus \. \' I .,' -. .l" ", ''t. \ r,. .
r...................................................* and it is claimed that if oil i is tiil the natives there jy telling :- I :
May all thy beauties gl"W.tnes.i .
'.-.. .... -. .. .... foi rmkling it will not only kt them tht'J.t're corning back to HORACE F. ATHWART. ];
r'i !'! "' LLt\.i'>1!1.1 1Ntrl !\!\!\!l!L: t\! '\S\A\i aelai .l. .\ a t'p >< \\ uri'l fragrance tin nn.h ba.J t
i the dust down, but will 11 ill[ act as; In every zephyr &.w. Florida to get cool( They mi-wed It..l. I ; II; I h. ., \ i :",'..tor : 4a
REAL .. ,:; t..I.:: ; :,: : .... : : : ,' .: .. : : i i1
: a binder to hold the toting material Thy lulling "atnl a lib dianxmtl dust our delightful summer sea brte.N" I F.'III.- kk u IIII- ri I M.lfii.jf I l
ii C. BUTLER .. .. .. . .. .., i
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ESTATE.' f: together from and would also prevent it 'I'I.e "-.4-i[ :llll.!of UbeatL lams, tl.e the almy feet. air ; e-Large; fur preliminary 1Ima \1 i- I ; K v' / "a'/ IV i ;4I ,:
washeil
being

:!: Cottages For bale BCUH.:or Rent.FLollllH Phone 234.DUTOXA ,t i: !I"I rainy l The result ""f away this bv texj he'.ivv udl i I It.. gla.l: Wavfarer ULLIhht.l grettMl' : II at and' ai'fstimateSUJ Uiat! "In.ltJ'TMn: : : ?ttrr-, I Surf Bathing is >Unexcelled.; !s. J

ift>i> l\t\i .:i>i\N n .!'! .*! be awaited with much ant r..st L>..) t,:..10 f l.'n:1"' Diy Una i; ... .. ...... ,*
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I THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS Orniond. 1' Death of Wm. R. Melton. In Mayor's Court. !i\I! DAYTONA# PRIVATE HOSPITALAND Make Jour porch a paradise. \ .

1 1 W m. I{. Melton died early Saturday -' Marshal E. L. Smith arrested SANITARIUM.Every jI
EVERY SATURDAY
PUBLISHED
Orinond, July 24-A great many of morning of last week at the I Clark Walker and Robert Wilson, facility for the proper treat- j

-:1: : T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor the townspeople took advantage of the home of his son, T. 0. Melton, on I two colored citizens of Midway, ment and tare of medical and surgical trained -:.
cheap rates to Jacksonville on Monday. cases. Electrical appliances
-- -- -- Many returned that evening the balance Baker street, at the age of C'!. Wednesday morning and took them nurses, quiet surroundings ijPecl1 **-

THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY returning Tuesday. Weather was fine The funeral was held at the residence i- ,I 1 before Mayor Greene, who fined the application.Drs.tention given. to all patients. Terms on

( INCORPORATED ) for an excursion but exceedingly hot. Saturday afternoon, Rev. ]former one dollar and costs for beat- G. A. KLOCK and K. HOWE,

- --- --.- -. We thought by the look of some faces B. Gibbons officiating, and the I1'j i ing his wife and the latter five dol- I Physicians in Charge. Fla.
they bad a partial sunstroke but concluded No. 43 Second Ave., Daytona,
Entered the Fostoffice Florida Second Class Matter. terment was at Pinewood cemetery j and costs for disorderly conduct. -
at at Daytona, as it was caused by drinking too I
Mr. Melton had been in failing ROGER'SCIVIL
much ice water. II 10. D. AND CM. .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 'olby and Carnell have finished the i health for several month although I I i Have Established Sanitarium.

seawall in front of the two lots on Pal- his final iJInf'ssva!\ of snort duration. -II I Doctors ENGINEERS
Klock and Howe haveclassed
One ... s I : I

One copy copy copy three six one monthsOne year months....::.:::::::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,::.::::::::::::::::::::::=:"....::::::::::: : 1'' metto back, will avenue add,much which to the when appearanceof filled in I: Mr.. and Mrs. Melton came to this i 1: Mrs W. M. Moore's house on '= '-0-'

the places. Keep up the good work Second avenue for a period of three n,. ) DAYTONA and -=;- -.. ........- .

ADVERTISING RATES. I 1 James Francis is pushing along the i city from rmatilla about four years years and will conduct it as a sani- wl'l'ti MIAMi. FLA. w TV. MU CwiferUU* n...

lHSPLAD'ERTISDnXT workon the Del'ass building, seawall I l! ago and Mrs. Melton was called to tarium. They tOl.lll"-'SIf'| >xion Wednesday Daytona Office Established 1875.iVolusia ill tl HNN.w

Kale per inch per insertion to regular advertisers. tints' and foundation. Chas. McNary: and V. the Great Beyond a year ago last I Mr. and Mrs. Moore touting' ._-
I. Rate per inch per insertion for less than three month!..la cents Cave are doing the work. It.m add I spring, since which time Mr. Mel their yeses 'lIlor waleP4CH
Rate per inch per Insertion for single cents very much to the appearance of the has been in I I to residence on Third avenue I County Vbstract, I
ton gradually failing
READING NOTICES OR LOCALS. siness part of the town as it was bU-1 I I There is little doubt these gentle-I Investment and Title Insurance -
........... health and strength SHADES
Rate per line, each insertion._.". 10 cents need of repair. I I i i men will be successful in this enterprise Company.Titles .

RATES FOR CHURCHES, LODGES, ETC. The wedding of one of our colored' I for the establishment of which i
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All club, society or&anizationIOOe and church notices, other than religious belles, Miss Bertha Bunter, to Charles i j Caught the Celery Fever. I Insured. Also P..reb S-ats and Hammock uI
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ten ices, 5 cents per line. Cards of thanks 50 cents t'lI.c'lI. Resolution",5ernts of Daytona, was ai they deserve credit.
Francis
Augustus: :
per line Legal advertising at legal rates. The St. Augustine Record never Daytona is! greatly in need of a $
brilliant affair and done to the : D. LAsnl,+,
CAReY
wry up |, Hi HT FISH,
GENERAL PROVISIONS.No misses an opportunity to say a good well sanitarium Sec'J and Tn-as. I I Bingbam& Maley Ct.
Quttii'i t,4 te. The ceremony was pt'rfurnlt'd quiet, managed I'rt*id-nt.. j
single charge for display advertising of any kind les* than M cent*
word for In its issue of \
Good position given every advertisement. An extra luirgeof '!c.-nts |Ilt'r inch at the Methodist Church and thereifption Daytona. particularly during the tourist season Ala.trartlt furninb l and title* jierfwted.'

will be made for ads with specified positions. No sjiec-iitl 1 jM..iti.n.t gi.m uI od 1 1I" al the new Odd Fellow's Hall, Wednesday of last week the follow- although; even DOW applications Maps( Plat and Blue Prima Supplied.
less than five Inches. where !<'*' ream, cake and lemonade Opposite Vulnaia County Bank,
No advertisements accepted for the first page. ing appeared: from abroad have been received for DeL'\I', FLORIDA.
d all. The bride and
I" than Extra 30 words charge to the made inch.on display advertisemeiitu containing an au'rat.> (>f root ret uric iced M rv many< to beautiful and useful groom presents "Daytona has caught the celery admission. This is a nice house, in I I i EXCURSION I II'

All bills payable on the first of each month. fr'PI their many friends. They growing fever, and as there quiet, pleasant location, and the QOVE

____ __ Kill i. -!.:> in Jaytollll.llt'rt' Mr. Francis are some rich lands there which slight: alterations necessary to fit it'' DR. W. A.

;" SATURDAY JULY 17, tool.aaaaaiaatSaatrat iu, I."illt'---". I would appear to t te admirably adapted for the purpose in iew were readily f Jacksonville to Savannah

h - -- t to this vegetable there would made and Dentist. I'
-- - ri it is tor
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:=&:::- --- now open paj j I
I Ga. and
.. SSSSSSS.I..1.1I i 1))1.', II."d July :::l I' )I' ,.taahyicanorup Kingston. : appear no good[ reason why its growing tients. Ortii*: cur Ki.lge\\'oo l sold l 1'ulu"ia.i return -

| from IU.Nk'till- and I slant( should not be a success TheIIt.'Ople Dr. Klock is well known here .
I : SEABREEZE and j: !!1 I ,atutd.I)' night Mid "urL,y at tli.- :0:.-.,. ; king I ...tu", July :Z. -C.Ua" iI' there have also taken hold having been practicing! in the city i I! 1'ilONK tl9. I $3.00.Jacksonville.

side Inn vmliiin) with his faiml '. fatml) will leave tomorrow to join him I :
I ) actively of the advertising end this 1 5 DRAWER to Colj j
i for time and Dr. Howe
DAYTONA BEACH i jlSeabreeze ThurMla) July :31st. the, l.a.li.osi.1{ at T.inipu. some a HEAD ,
I.. 11. lUrber and famly.hu W"IIto year of their advantages and in addition friend of his arriu-d. from Battle DROP
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.1(I"f the M. E: Church, will meet at the ,
..........................1 r i home rt--idoll\'e of Mrs. Julia .\. :-'tt'\\ltrt. Titusville last :spring, returned here I last I I to a thorough distribution of! Creek., Mich, last week to join him umbia, S. C., and re-

July 23--The Cl rruduu I .\ full tt'luhIlCt" i in requested Thursday and say they are glad to get: advertising literature are going t ti to in this projts-t. SEWING 'turn I

sun parlor is being unroofed 1 prepara-1:|i li:+u. 1'. J"IIIIS..III.1if the fontract for lack and will\ stray no more. I': try and have a model exjieriiiiental} : MACHINE e $5.00. J

to another story. I j I i building a tivr-ra'w cottage: for )Irl. Mrs. II. linxikrr arrived front Titus-I i 1 .. .1.... ..
tory putting& on < farm tt) show the" winter visitors I) I..U.
Mr. Poor is haviug an addition of :|I Emma A. Freeman, south of her, two- : ville Moml.iy and joined her family here. : Some of tIle ordiimrj riprrsslou of Via SEABOARD Air'
Mrs. Titian (Sills, of St. Augustine, {I what the Fast Coast can grow and 1' $15.75
three or four rooms made to his residence {- i I story cottage on the river front.T. I Ithe Cbliirne are oliitvdljr sarcastic
j V on rinewood avenue. Richard K. Bird and family and daughter, i arrived Tuesday and will he the guest how to grow it. It is an excellent eavuah. .\ l>lu..trriiiC.! harmless fellow Line Railway, 1

j gallery} has the contract. ':: Mrs. Stevens, of 1 H ,ings, are now occupying : of Mrs. C. 1>. Smiley for several wreks.' I idea, and might be followed! to advantage they call ". |1'III..r tlgtr"Vheu II I}I( WITH OCR

I Mrs. S. S. Jones arrived from Brooklyn i I their cottage; on iseabreezeav Mr. and Mrs( J. M. Chaffer and daughter in other sections." j, luau valuro hlui vlf o\triuiK-b theltVIlII.arl" : 10 Year Warranty ab.ohrtel7 tellable! ter JULY 16th, 1907. .
Carrie f htiu to "* rat falling luto a This U a bicb-crma .
joined a party consisting o I
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Monday night. She was accompanied 1 I shin. wU front table with tape BMUUT.
by her sister, and niece, Mrs. I The grading: on Ocean street is doneby W. F. Heed and family. Mrs. Hml'smother i scale! and weighing Itself" Overdoing !d. cabinet.mad.. Each machine of wild i"oak carefully and UndMOMVJwigned. djwtcd.mayfgroM. '. Special train to leave Jacksna-

Mary t. Duck and Miss Minnie II: I i I I the city as an experimental test of Mrs. Woodworth! Mrs. \\Vtherby's Council: froceedings. !I a thing tow"they. call "a hunchback making I' Ith .is complete_t \
I 1 I III spendthrift they compare and attachmcoU Tl machin* i" ub tantiaU
Duck, who joined her at Atlanta, Ga. I I the actual cost of such work. Men and granddaughter, Miss Gladys in a. made u best running and absolutely! run teed trains
The City Council met in regular ri I j I to -a rocket which" goes off at once. returning by regular on or
boat the Inlet and Creek for 10lwire and will do any and all kiDd..t sew-
trip to ;
Mrs. D. C. Rankin, mother, Mrs. ( : teams are busy and have already It\dt'\ll Spruce : seseiuii Monday night with Those who UII'u.1 their charity on r 1 ing. You may try it W day*, and U you do not before July 3Ut, 19'11.! Call at
tis and sister Miss Gussie Curtis, 'ur-I I I enough of the street to give an idea of WnJnel'day in )Jr.lIen's launch Thee 1 I I'resi-j i|i mute objtK't. but ueglevt their tam find it to be better than.any W4-W macbuM, we 1;,
I had and !'! dent Cajroll the chair 1 will refund your DIODe)' Ticket OffiC"e.'O:? W.
Bay at.
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removed to one of the Erreger ('( & what this improvement will mean to th party aery pleasant 11It'. art said to "hang a lantern on a Send today for complet.imitated catalog, frf ,
ltta&es'l and caught quite variety of h !h.Mrs. Hills the > ubU-b h,full,detailed information alp for our .i>klet Iulfer. | Jacksonville.
The family will probably soon town especially to those cottagesdirectly I to amount of :.f'.II.; .13 tale Is seen afar but give DO I I[

Mouteagle, where Mrs.( HI1 kin ha a :I on the ocean front which h.ivr : ( K. M. Sherwood and Mr*. J.V. !\1 Were read) and I orders drawn for light b Io".'* Anderson Hardware Co. '! S. C. BOYLSTON, Asat. General
heretofore Iten difficult of Green, two elderly ladies of IMray>> ,, I i II III
iiimin= cottage. access except Decatur St., Cur. KIICInI'
Mine.Kerosene. j WwcbouM DelJOlllolry |Pass. Jacksonville
( Agt,
While the Pour i iI. I from the ocean beach. The city has and old friends of I,. G. I.yman and A. C. L. to mest--n Exposition. I II I I Atlanta Ga.
working on cottage done family and Hev. L. User, have been visiting li ht1tt're ordered I I I __ _____ n_________ ___ ___
no road building that, in I I -
last week, H. C. gallery unfortunately projwrtiou
had his foot pierced by a nail, from the I I to the expense, will so favorablyimpress Mr. Osfr at the parsonage since ,: temporarily placed at Magnolia I The .la ulrutuwu ExH| ition, like

d. effects of which lie i ioi still considerably the tourist and the would-lx* I last week They expect to return to I avenue. First !Mieet and I I1'. I I' ('. I all ether c-\|..Miti..u<, when it first I State Institutions for Higher Education. I

crippled. i:I vestor uri this It is the intention of ill.1 lh'Iray today, acc-oinpanied( l>y Mrs K.Or II Ry. I opened, did not have all of the building :
NIaLrt't"zeIUII'iJ t. take ton, who has been the guest of I.. <:. -
Mrs. Wells, in her comfortable l'jirlur.1 > eventually Committee iiiimlwring{ houses I completed nor all the eihihits: !I .
tVV has handsome made this work at the beginning of their in I I.Ylllanltond family for several! week' *. i!I I \ : I University of the State Florida, '' FLORIDA FEMALE COLLEGE
\ a strikingly iiortiere : in ,
I j ginxl shape. This exposition will I Il IJ-
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)( \V. .\. lyre l>rr's mother Mrs. J. ;:i granted 1 further time.
of amber I corporate'me! and tarry the work for rs. ,
polished key shells, joined with Gainesville Fla.
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bed and strung ou copper wire. These ward. The street :.uI1..ing l graded now i II. King, arrived Wedne day from (I An ordinance. relating! to meat and 1 II kept open, and bv referring to Tallahassee. Fla.A

key sheila! were gathered ou our beach, .j I is: 50 feet wide Daiua with little Gertrude Ilea IVr.A provision markets wa presented I I the advertisement carried in thin i i A high grade institution for young college for women, without parallel :-1

and Mrs. Hivenberg& had the portiere I I J. C. Butler has rented to Mr hard G.J Carter did nut return with threst e :''!and I same was referred to spec-ial I I| I apcr, lnuiII note very attradivej.I i men, offering Uterary, Scientific, Engineering I in the South, embracing a college of :s

nude for her mother in New York. 1 ling i of Jacksonville, the Evans: voltageon : of the Day tomans from Jamestown committee to redraft and ': rates .uid time, limits to suit the vacation | & Agricultural and Pedagogical Liberal Arts, a School for Teachers, a J
the river front for the forepart of the week, but went to :. present i i I Courses. i:
Mrs I*. Z. Burdick took advantage a jear.Among I !! of one.Kealiiug School of Industrial Arts, a School of
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the excursion rates to Jacksonville Monday the Daytona Beaehites who I II Hithmoiid for II visit with relatives lie :ialllt sjvial meeting: to ItLrl+1 : any and! that :Strong< faculty; well .luiJlIIt'd| | Iltobr.tory .- I Fine Arts, including piano pipe organ, .

to visit Mrs. W. A. Baggett. She took iu the excursion Monday prominently I eeits to reach home on Saturday Wednesday evening appreciating i'I ; thorough iiibtriiction both theoretical I v'iolin'oice culture, elocution and phjn
I named, Messrs. Strother; The of. the Board of Trade j f one day in the week, namely Toesi _
were ,
returned Tuesday afternoon. request| i! and practical(; careful supervision I ical culture, a faculty of able specialist >

& rs. Chazel gave a card party at the I Dougherty& Sjuirber, Mr( and Mrs.( Mills( : Holly Hill. to make a trial of oil. on the streets I II {j jwas !I day, was the only day on which and discipline; high moral tone. I in all departments. .

pavilion Monday afternoon to her and son, Duncan. Il.\tadl excursion tickets could b I
granted work to be done the *- :
I Oscar Davis by No tuition charged to Florida student Tuition Free. Charges for special instruction -
\\as't'r from IfeLand I
Ocala friends.
I Holly hill July :'.ith-J. l13.: >ue re-I l street committee under I i purchased, the Atlantic Coast Line
Uev. H. Atkinson arrived Monday this week looking for a cottage for his i imotl'r I !>tll''fi..ioll I i :. Other expanses very low. :1 in fine arts reduced to a mini
turned to Tampa Monday, where his I has instructed all their ticket I Ii
agents
of the Board of Trade.Petition .
night on a visit to his family, who are and sifters: for the month of .Au wife and little daughter will probably1 : For catalogue] and further information mum. New buildings in course of con
comfortably located on the 1-each. Mr. gust. I i of airs Harvey to lay i j I i that the coach excursion\ rates will
join him later. !i I address strutti n. Write for catalogue.
Atkinson says the heat in Ocala was Monday evening the younger;'; I>txidy Kenneth lIt'atht'lit to Augustine .:i tramway on IJt.LanJ road from Rogers !i: be in effect on Fridays as well as I

almost unbearable Monday and that he aitenjojedau informal dance at the : t..ayitb. the Daytona ball team. 1 marl pit to city line \\e.t3S :)jTuesdajs: making two days in the I I'I I ANDREW :;LEH[). President j A. A. MURPHREE.( President

never got cooled off until he was within Casino. Mrs. links chaperoned the Archdeacon W. H. Carter, who has granted with the week on which |eople who did not I!
twelve miles of Daytona. lie says Sea affair and Miss: ( race heating kindly : Ix-eii his here for the understandingthat 'I ft't'llike '
visiting family I II going to the extra expense'of
breeze is the most delightful spot he : furnished the music. :Some eighteen i I same was to !hr removed and .
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past two week, will leave tomorrowfur !
knows for a summer \cation. or tt'ntyere iu attendance.Mrs. i Tallahassee. road left in us good c-ondition aI buying pulman berths but wanted -.) ,

John Hammond, c>f New Smyrnaagent Keruett, who was visiting. ; with i 1'ercy Burne-y, of Lakeland, arrived I I I!I i found, work to be done under supervision !i>I 1 1 t.. take a trip off fur an outing, I i iI

Sunday in Stabrt'p7.e'isitin: with friends here, returned to St. Augustinethe Wednesday and will spend several''!: of stie-et rommitUe. !I tan avail themselves: of this very re'diued :\

friends.A. I forepart+ of the week. I weeks: here with I.. E. ('a\'t'. rate which is about one cent I I! Norman S.
[, 1). Smith came over from Sanford: Mr. and Mr*. Cooj>er Middle ton ate The Misses( DaytonPlans
I uattlebaum have a Cue a mile for distance traveled, or
receiving the roiigratuUtiun of tlucir i I
Monday to look a for hia -
up cottage friends plant: of the night blooming cereuswhich Wealth Pine Wood. : 'flHC I i > for the round l trip (from!'
over the arrival of
family during the month of August.& J. it nine |H>uudbaby has been blossoming this week I

C. Butler l located him iu one of the boy--their first born.r I Monday night :several of the netghliorsrr After extracting Mitfuieiit I furi>en-1.Jacksonville. I j ji

Stillman cottages. Mr. Smith was a ish stories are easy to ttll these: long i ? incited to enjoy .e eight; of the tine to lay the ccwt of the Mood By! consulting! your nearest rail- Estimates,

guest of the Breakers while in the city summer dliOs. Sport( with the rod and i llt'tutifuIlJut delicate blossom; of which tvv ice, T. 1'. tainond.! of the St. Johns I! road agent he will quote gun rates

J. F. Whitner of Sanford, i h a .guestof past the: reel week has, and been the exceptionally good the''I 1 i I there were sev'en. Light and Power CVmiiaiiy has'!I' through; not only for the coach exCursioiix Superintendence
eating pier i it avery
the Breakers for the i
week. I T. 11. Cave. Sr., joined Mrs. CaveMonday
|n pular resort. Monday afternoon I found that considerable wealth i is !II but any additional limit of ,
Roger Gilmore I at Jacksonville, where she has
who has
developed u
and evening, and indeed several still retained in the which the'!' ticket. If von cannot see the Lumber Yard '
been with T. II. I pulp, agents Magnolia Avenue arcl F. E. .
lung fever from the effect of hid fall 1 visiting their son, Cave, *;ir.k/.
into the river, had bach a severe attackof times thist.tk the town has teen I Jr. )Ir. Cave well. probably return Sat ordinary idvidual would discard a. ;> peisonally' drop a card to Frank ('. : Heal Estate office, 1st door south of postoffice. V II.| KI.

: pain Monday night about eight ever fairly caught stocked here.J. with. the r ht' whiting urday.Hev. I I! prep*>terous savs the St. AugustineRecord. J ISovlston l District 1'assrnger Agentof JONDSO Manager, Daytona Fla. Phones at tike, cud

o'clock that Mr. .lilmore: summoned M. Field has had a very neat wall I '. D H. Huttt'rIf, Dajtona, : the .\tJ.mtiC"t fine, and residence !

home from the City Hall where he was put in front of his new cottage on Grand: preached an interesting sermon at theI'moii Oils! and acids of value equal to J!1 ville. and you will be .J3'klOIl-j':
Chtrch here last
attending council meeting. Dr. Van Sunday.
I view avenue, the work of .\. Vandevord.He the turpentine IlaLn.11 extracted i with rates direct to any
Valzah is in close attendance of the case ,! E. A. Richards is preparing( to install\1 .,
is :
now having the front yard filled j l
At an adjourned meeting of the council : au irrigating plant on his lot which will from the pulp and then a still! further '

Monday night, the ordinances providing \in\ \and leveled and when set to grass i it I IilIrt''t'lit I make him inJrllt'IIdrnt..f| the rainfall valuable asset rt'Ulains.ftt'r i, kOUMI 1 RIP RATES V IA AT LAN 11C I! -
a attractive
very ,
for the building of sidewalks and "parance. | He will pipe the water from the well the \\tuillas I-en robbed l of all of I COAST LINK: RAILWAY '

for the mowing and cleaning of vacantproperty near his house to a storage tank on the I
Marshallilrox( the moisture From Jacksonville
has been w.tgeing; a turjientine, oils and 1 to Jamestown.
passed on third reading and i highest point of the lot whwh will give
received the ma)'or's signature A com trey vigorous warfare lI.jaintt't.'ds: 1 him several foot fall to his garden plot. acids, it is ideal condition fur paper, I KI II hut';; CViac-h \ciirsiuii to Nor-

;e I uluniClition8 read from the acting I davs.and tin There cans for is no the reason pa tet'k why the ur nonresident ten He \\iIIlilw have outlets at .intervals and some recent tests! have resulted I \I milk on sale Tuehdajs! and San Mateo

mayor, Charles F. liurgmau, recommending !;I owners should not L.-rkiiuired along the main pii* line to whi h he tan u ill producing an excellent grade of ;:, Fridas. Limit ten days. CigarsHave

that the board call an election I to keep their in attach 110I>eThe ram in Utat his' paper (from what cftljnariJlIIM : No step
prc-j-eity
as tightly overs.
for major of Seabreeze within, thirty ; a dwelling: will supply the ne*>...-arypower.
1 days from date. I condition as those who .tav at home Ileyelir i be considered l waste ,i :*.VFifteen. day tickets Good:

Sunday morning July .'1st. the mars Nothing round."f special note at the council I The trustees have been making scale Acxvrding to estimates; a c-ord of in sleej>er, !stop-overs: allowed MadeA
I improvements at the )I.QuI. pine wood after 'jiassing! through the ,
public
n : I within limit
ge ceremony was pronounced at the meeting Monday night. A number of I _
jt Among others:! being new outbuildingsand various mentioned, will I
Catholic '
Church Daytona, by t'other'- bills were allowed and! a i rtition fromE. proct-bses ) *i7.::< )Si\ty clay titLe-ls. GUild
I r O'Bojle, between George; g. Mason( ofj I C. Hibbard to I build a bathhoiiMon a storm I-.rdll\t tit.e t entrance \ieldiiithe\icinity of <:'..;. Of insJcejT. I
i to the chool allowedwithin Reputation of
house. stopovers
1 Jacksonville, and Miss Georgia Nelson his l'fHllt'rtas .:rantf't.1.Port | cause there is some attached I
c of i'orl'it'rre and Jacksonville. Miss : P. J. Hawley has a fiLe pUnt of the expense limit
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', Porto Kiev to the various vI{ : -Nelson: had come down from Jacksonville pigeon torn the :srrd! of *:{!?.;:,- St-ason tickets (real! ) '
R Orange. I I which, was brought from Porto Kiev by whole a very handsome profit lemains. min
j and was the guest of Mrs. F, Leslie I' Their
111'I slee-jwr, stoji-overn allowed Own.
l.. Corwin, at the Breakers for tt.if't'L.. K.: llailough. The [*a is said- tf' bej The tHl't'riltlt'nhi are in the
j fort Orange, July :-M -Jos. Divihas within limit of IVrf
: a article l.th
j c-ommoii of dirt of the natives!, !
t a The had been in
wedding November infancy
day set I moved into stage, now, but may mean
the
p:. but Mr. Mason came od a visit. Kiver hore. Vinzaot cottage "h the 'o grvingrld all uvt-r the island. Mr. much to the State in the futuieWhether ill'i'j; :.Npokane, Wash, June 1 19! ,i The

t. to his tuncte, and perhaps the witching i Mrs Haw lev has number: of small plants, to July II, limit Sept. 1 ;th. j i Stu-ce of the San Mateo Cigar i i" one of ]
EdwardsofJalksonvtlletslr.I1- .
harms : but it u> very !sensitive t. cold and some the
sea made of the the moonlight on the summer> lug Yr:!. W. H. \\'i5hams.Mrs. nice I I'.ntIIpre: frozen to the grolJrllIt -- Divers-) route. Stflp,' vtrtl al-1;l greater industrial: triumphs of the Kasf Toast <
time and this occasion !
: Milburn( u having good luck this \\ ill tf'!". ; towel l west of Memphis and i since the free/.e.
fitted rent or
stem most for the consummationof | summer with hr cactus I""nt" :-il.e gun 1,11n.-La-e, j j04lr Chicago.
tie l \fr.' v.'ow s. The young couple j had one which bloomed \' interests are carefully jjll rJt'11. :,' I

are well mated. Mr.( Mason, with his'It. and last Tuesday. eight lie some bad time another ago I Arrested on Murder Charge.Zock Norman :S. H.l .t"lI,, DavtouaAdministrator's' ; ;Sol.VPortland. Ort". Statue, !I Mollie front the choicest growths 01 tobacco drat I'' .. '
t. father is the proprietor of the Everett''' ; .Ionian, l'Olurt"l.ao1 Wa..ft.dorla 8Ulcl of Florida : cull
ted H.
with two l.rI..om.In it and ware tocuitielater. arie -- --- --- C c-on-1 i and the Island of
House, add they are both K>puUr II I Cilia can produce. :w.1 1 "r.4p-
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by IVputy :llt.'riII E I.. Smith, Sale. ditions same as to Spokane i led with the rich silky |Mf i
people{ Jacksonville. Mr. and grown |||East< Gael ,.
I : pu.a ?
Mrs. Towu-ei.J has IIt.\\ t.. l..,v- MoiiJ.iv evening. while at work the cigar 1
I, MM. Mason will spend scone time at the at I I :.Noue is:: hereby jiven that the uii- si VIMiR lot lebl ItULOn industry of the worM, has never 1ftJtllM'fll'' b,.t. Ii.
Seabrreze. .J. Jan Las l clersigned, administrator of the r s
breakers.The > tonaMr > 'rn litutg estate of
s>t'f'ru.atl1Ju has I**hi."ltmg Alice C'l.rUtiBUfy deceaaed will !sale daily limit October :oats \ For !sale! by all the
leading
I in on hotel
Midway, but is wanted Lis and clubMJ l.vh, t .
work of brickmaking for the tie"I her parents, returned home tLi.I, Io.. at former the third clay of August, 1W7. between i, Denver Col! <;:; !H News! f'CllIJltany .I U
hotel, which will I* called)) the Princtte, A I large: nutuber of our citueuUiok hi.me :tiJer-iVillt lia: on tie the hours of ten clock ft. m, and hve ) I on every train entering Florida
Issena, is being delayed by the .... charge of murder. ) clock p. m.. of said clay sell at public Gainesville: Ca! l 17.'tj'' 1
.n- fr. ;
advantage c>f the exrursic i toiajt i Smith took WlMlty sixes
I sale, nt the Merchants back, in the Chicago. 111. styles and grades -i iI
City to ele.-i ft. .
arrivalofa) carload of cement. )Ir. Jacksonville his of 4-; >< t > 'Itl.I
prisoner to New :Sinvriia, )IouI -1! Daytona County of Voluaia, all! the 'I
Turner, who U: in charge of the brick The Kh.-ul trustee ate buikltfgtn I day afternoon and turned him !IItol personal property jouda and chattels Detroit, Mich 414- I lOll
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m&kin"en\ to Jacksonville this morn- aJJitiun to the prmury: r.,.rtn ..f the I over .Ulonging- to the estate c-f the late deea.se..l -i Niagara Falls, X. Y., 45.!05 SALE BY ALL UCnl.l f:';.
mg. t Deputy :Sheriff Kurt/ for safe !I consistifcg of thirty :shares of I
Iut.lie.di.1 h0U-e.
J. B Crocker and Mr. Trrwilhiiger I I! J. I:. Crow, a turner luruha&t t.f this I ktrlaug iu the cvuuty jail: at I Ile. l'lil\-a.aiJ Apartiuent stock to be sold Co.,lor preferred cash stock: Put-iu-Bay Washington, O 1 j-g- I' &llUradun-.J( It) ,

went to Jacksonville on the escur"iouMonday plate, ..'IIIUiIrr Tur-JaV! from tu Laud, awaiting au crlker: from &in--I H. B. YARBOKUUGHestte D. C., :??.rt I S. W. ROWLEYAT.O ;

returning Tuesday. J I home at Crow a kilo(. dt'rs-\l11 .\ trat\lr f hteIf Mice P Ctri1 t Lockout Mt Tenu ?-I.lj I' 1

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............................ Miss A. Maude Hobbs left Wednesday I L. J. Cowan i is now mailing clerk) S.H. GOVE LEAVES I

: for points in Massachusetts, I and W. A. Roxby, general delivery
i Local Paragraphs. i \ .
where she will visit with relatives.For ''I'I clerk at the postofFice. THE LIGHT PLANT. the --:; -

.N1.N1.1.1.1111111111.'We ,
first class work-Daytona McClellan <& Edwards are getting v. it *t e) \ i\Jt
am back at the old stand, Steam for the
Laundry, phone 8. tf out the window frames Episcopal -
ready to dcTyour watch repair work. Church at New Smvrna I Has Leased Daytona Novelty Works
James T. Long will next week : 1
Remember we engrave all goods and Will Hereafter Devote Ills
begin the erection of a two-story, Mrs. J. P. Thomas and daughter, i p 1

free.L.. H. ROWE & Co.. The Jewelers.L. seven-room house on bis lot on Day- 1 Mrs. Livingston, r'lurnedrednes- i' Time to That Enterprise. .0,

tona street, which he recently purchased -I i day from their visit to North Carol S. II. Gove who has been for some ;,

H. Kara was up from Port Or- I superintendent and generalmanager
of J. W. Reese. j ilina. I| past )
ange one day last week. I of the Electric antIS l
Light
W. A. Bea Der left Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Johnson and .1 Women are creatures of habit. They form that it is a vegetable, and cleanly product,while

Mrs. John Bratt, who has been I for Atlanta! Ga. Mr. Bea Der expects little daughter visited Mrs. Johnj -I Lily Water i.lant, has leased I the the habit of doing a certain thing and often lard is made from greasy indigestible hog-fat,

visiting in this city, returned to her II to engage in business either i j' son's mother in Port I and l will hereafter devote i
home in Jacksonville Monday. Atlanta or Montgomery, .\1"". His''ncsday. Take shortening for instance. The oldcondition it was on the day we manufactured it.
his time to that bu.iiio ill '
Hot weather requisites. family will join him within a weekor ''imdia Kendall, of Sanford! : *> cvnnel- i, time way was to purchase bulk lard in a barrel If cleanliness, healthfulness, economy and
lion \Citli' the MW mill near Tort
HANKIN, The Druggist.Mrs. two. : arrived in the city last week and is i which he about : or tub which the grocer uncovered as soon as superiority count for anything there is no excuse

C. R. Simonds came down New line Box Stationery.HANKINS : the guest of :Mrs. C. H. Abbott on I a Orange purchased s' received leaving it open to dirt, dust and flies, for any housewife in the land using other than

year ago \! exposing it in some cases to the sun with the Cottolene shortening and frying. You owe it
from Jacksonville Tuesday for a few The Druggist.A i Bay street. Mr. Gove has i his '
resigned
i I pngi-1 I possibility of its becoming rancid and permitto yourself and family, as a careful housewife
wtels visit with relatives here andat letter received by the Gazette- "Sure cure catarrh, kidneys etc I II' I tion at the Electric Light plant in I
I I' I ting it to be placed where it would be likely to to give Cottolene a test, and verify the claims we
holly Hill. News from Dr. W. E. French fromf'wark See Shell Boat Hawley now. I favor of I K: I.. Gunn, who is nowchief I absorb the odor of cod-fish, soap or kerosene make for it.

.O. A. Hitch on Thursday sold to N. Y. states that he i is I engineer of the plant, and well
Mrs. Mary Wilder and daughter, oil. This is: an old-fashioned, out-of-date Anyone who expects to live his allotted

Jesse Goodrich, of Ormond, ten working for the Mora Motor Car Co., I Miss Molly, left Thursday afternoon known here Mr. Gunn arrival method of buying shortening, but many people three score years and ten cannot afford to experiment -

acres of land on the Tomoka river and that he expects to be back in for Asheville!, where they will remain with hit: family Ia tt't'k from still continue it. We wonder why? Probably, with lard cooked food. It is a foe to

which he owned. Daytona about October 1st. until some time in October. :SouthJacksonville\ to resume the just a matter of habit. good digestion and a healthful condition of the

.. )siticn of engineer, which he held stomach-Cottolene is the
Mesdames J. A. I lend rick a. Grace A colored man in the employ of Mr. and Mrs Fred Stones return | There is a better way. Cottolene is not only only satisfactory and
before i byre. months
Swift, W. W. Foltz and G. Beards- !I C. E. SparlxT liveryman of Day Thursday from their wedding leaving since superior to lard as a shortening, from the fact perfect shortening.

ley formed a pleasant beach party I tona I each, went to Jacksonville trip down the East: Coast and are ago
Mr' ;
; Jove has made an eflicieutmanager
Thursday afternoon. Monday on the excursion and was COTTOLENE granted GRAND PRIZE
now "at home" at their residence onBellevievv was a (highest
: arrested in that and locked I I. : of the plant but his varied l land possible award) all other cooking fats the
city up I I'I'I over at
Mrs. C. P. Bid well, of Jacksonville t avenue..1.1).11'ray i
I'
1 business lines
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on the charge of carrying concealed increasing it- recent Louisiana Purchase Exposition, and food cooked
arrived Tuesday for a visit with COTTOLENE another GRAND PRIZE.
until recently chief quire l his l>ers'tcal! attention, h"IU't'i i

of two weeks or more with her i weapons. j engineer at I he electric light plant his rebigiiation. i i "Horn Help. a book of 300 choice rtciptt, .JitJby t

father, Justice Titus. I Mrs.. Lawrence Moore, who has i left Wednesday with his family fur The Cia/.ette-News; wishes. him a Mr. Rortr it your for a 2 cent ttamp, if you
been the of Mr. and Mrs. W. oddrttt The N. K. FairbarJi Company, C1 cao.
The Port Orange bout which has guest 1Vayeruss. Ga, where they will rte pronounced success in his new enterprise I
G. Nash for several days, returned I A NEW FEATURE-Tfc. pt.nt airtight top on this pail U for
sidtt in the future and he is
I been making regular trips at stated i i.J.lUt'K as well versed t in the purpose of keeping COTTOLENE clean, fresh and wholecom;
Wednesday> to her home at Mel in he biitineNN he. it aIeo it from absorbing all odor. of U .
titnrs to this city will l 1M" discontinued B. I livens left Monday for ( li.is iimlertaken prevents disagreeable
I such aa fitb. oil. etc.
bourne. grocery
for a while it is said. \ Va ; liesiden' being. a man "f push and
} :Stanton' where he will s|>end

t New line ttox StationeryHtNklNH ', Geo. J. Yaiule. \'uul11.1 family Il i l jal .>iil two months. I His .biotl.cr, SupItivrny energy, we see no reason why I.t'l

1 I' i'el timed the latter part of last week\ is hale Mhoiild' l not hiuirrd I Nature's
The Druggist. I tWin I Baitow to look Gift from the Sunny SouthWOULD

i I from a visit to Atlanta, Lithia after' his interests during( Ins tiMtlce. >- ; 4

The Misses left i and l Flomire i Springs, and other |pnilllK in Georgia, ; \\ hlto Sale at I the ilube. i iI i iI

Moore are a|eiilinx part of their va- glad to get lock to the East Coast I ll'l\ I+tirs i Men's r Women's and lGhilJrru's I '
cation with Minn Ella \Villannie, at and II. S. Miller of the Miller-Struluu i } YOU
Daytona, having seen nothingto :1I1'allIUIt'K marked .
the Weaver cottage on the beach Villainy, departed Thursday for a
equal this section.At down ." LIKE YOUR
from 1.1' to -flJiO, from \

Mrs. W. M.. IldiikiiiB and baby, the request of. Itev. A. .1. Wil- I Jamestown ten day's or, twot'ek.'M Va. Mr Strohm vacation, who at $ I l.V l) to f 1.10( fromfi.J Kit' In '* I l.'-III l Norman S. Dayton FOOT TO

Myra Maxine, arrived from Uartow der Archdeacon W. 11 Carter, of. ( and from $?.;H I to .f 1 ;'.">. :
has l Ilt't'n here for the pant week or
Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Hankina'mother I LOOK
Tallahassee, who is visiting here, more will remain until Mr Miller I
Mrs W. W. Moore, returned filled A Very Lively Corpse.A .
the pulpit at St. Mary's Episcopal returns. REAL ESTATE.LIKE

with them. Church last Sunday, Mr. Wilder rumor was tirculaled l in the
The Misses uise and' Helen .
What is Lily Water? Call at being at points down the coast.!! /> city Tuesday and Wt't.lllt'Htlay to the THIS

the electric light plant. "Fit, Miss Roberts" and Refuges eflecl that I>> Sheriff Kurtz had Care tlf f eilv. 1st tom south .
rr. and Mrs. Edward I Deputy ; > pr i.f |>ostofhYe.V.' H. Kl>-
Foote. Jr. left Friday fur the North
a The old home of the OazeUe-News came over from Sanford Wednesday been shot and killed by a bail negro.Several I MONDSON.) Manager, Daytona, Fla. Plans, Kslimates andSupeiinteiideiKe.
Miss Helen Forte will IK taken! to a
oo North Beach street is on wheels for a few weeks on the! beach. Mr. versions: of the alTaiI't'r I I.umlter vard. Magnolia Avenue and iSNUGw
hospital in New York\ City for tieat- i and different 1.a.1 I''. 1 K.: ('. Uailvvay: I'hornat utile .
j and on ita way to its new abiding aminis is a nephew of Mr. and Mrs given us many : yard and renideiu. .
while Mr FI."t' will
meal go on I to
place the of Fair view Locus! for the occuience. The rumor I
on corner Clarence Nash of Volusia avenue Cleveland' PIT

avenue and Daytona fltrl't't.The and Mr.I and Mrs.. Sammis spent seems to have oiigin.itcd in Jacksonville (
Yr.I I (',,1. C. M. Biiigham is expectedhome Mr. Kurtrameover from 6
of the South Bridgefor Wednesday and Thursday with
closing ,i from Cuba today or tomorrow.He 1 Iceland>> Wednesday afternoon to ,
Saturday and and Mrs. Nash before going to the
necessary repairs each ; left Havana Tuesday, but exected join his! family at Davtor.a) Beach fora I ........$........... s ... ........ .
Sunday was serious inconvenienceto
a I |> to spend two or three ,days day or two and when 6l1't't'tt't1ith

the people who live on Halifax Mrs. Elmira Hendrix returned in Key West. It is said Col. Bingham the story' said he. wasery glad, to Young's Pharmacy !
and by points. Ga, the latter I :
avenue near from Waycroas part is very much pleased with say it was not true. Mr Kurtz is ,

Utters from T. E. Fitzgerald, of F last week and is with her laughter I Cuba and greatly( enjoved his visit ('t'rtailll'r healthy looking UAR1H U.OUMJ, Proprietor. (

Stillwater Minn. states that and I eom-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H
frorn ghobt BOSTONIANS
Mrs M E Silvernail has leased l
)he and his family are enjoying their iber. Mrs lIendrix, while euroute r I How is it Panning Out?
her house. The Oaks I
popular ,
visit. lie expects to return to Daytona to points in North Georgia, was onKidgewood Building Dredge and Lighter I la the ine Owen Beiker
to
some time in August.Dr. taken sick.at Waycross and it was avenue ('. A. Ilallough, of Seabreeze, I its nut the right kind. All the medicines we Mil, both inaJr up from Moat people look at the
a hotel man of the Catskill Mountains physicians prtttcrSptiuna .i l the reuJy-in.-tile ',Jit-g 'I'I it ground they walk. They..
c. thought: best lor her to return here, \\ 110 has the vontr.ut for supplyingthe uo rein ( E U-CHUM: u
F. H. Houghton, Suite 4 1, who will take possession next the are IM'UK;, HtKSH and HIt'.!rr. and judge more often by you*
rather than continue her journey. shell for the streets' of that town,
Opera House block, telephone 32.:? tf fall, at which time Mr. and Mrs.I shoes than by your haL Do you
;tAn intimate knowledge of the]I Silvernail will move to their elegant i is building a dredge and three big 1"OUll18 I'harmacv. Phone 1 I.$. W&Atto be judged by yourt?

1 Leon Case, who baa been visiting building interests of this localitywill I lighters, lti.vn.O: feet, for use in getting :_!2U: ) South 15each Street "pp. end :South\ Bridge. Bodonian .r. correct

I. Mrs. Mary A. Townsend and familyon save you many anoyancea and I residence on Magnolia avenue. the shell from the river to I ........N..1.4.1... ..... .... .. .. .. ..... ..... .....rcl.o. Moreover a".'

Third avenue, for several days, perhaps extra coats. Let us advise. I. I shore. The dredge, which in now stay correct-that" i*, hold th irahape.
t. with It costs nothing. I That'a due partly to th*
returned to his home at Port you. you Fell From Window. lying at the end of lleachblreet I I
afternoon. Norman S. Dayton, Daytona.The I 1 < upper( II I| A************************* *************.*****.******* ahoemaking. partly to tho
Orange Thursday Thursday morning the five year i is I Xx II feet over the hull : It leather partly to other tLiaje.l .

Miss Mattie Sparks went to Jacksonville offer of the Board of Trade to old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. N. and will be f fitted l with a :!hl-horsepower QEO. P. JOHNSON Anyway, it'. fact. Try itf

\ Monday, from which place supply a barrel of crude oil for exeriment ; Weeks fell from the second: story'I!! engine.Mr. ''fl .. Prove it.

after few visit she intendedto > on Beach\ street has .Unaccepted window ot the residence of J. I.. Uallough is also l"" getting out i
a days the Th ea'<''J.k.' ..
the council and : CONTRACTOR AND .
go on to Montgomery, Ala., where by I Morrison, on South Reach street. the timbers for about a mile of tram ,ij BUILDER, abate w iMd of ...'- WHY" .
matter placed in the bands of Street Dr summoned l and i I II road, facilitate the distribution of : fI .atc.lt.awr.p.ci.l
tiLe will remain until October. I Hawlings was to I : I NOT
I it DAY1ONA BEACH .
FLORIDA. Mo.t.C.rlo".afore
who has deferred
Rix
Commissioner I after a careful examination found the shell from the lighters upon the t I tut. TkuUtiUiiiiktHAVE

1 The regular Friday afternoon action in the hope of learning something there were no bones broken and I.streets of Seabreeze, and says ho I I fI i ly t..j..... ..bo.. Joe
card club met at the residence of of value from an expert in the I : ; Ktimatr: : Ptirnifchfd on Short ''Notice.f h..l. wluck ......... THE
probably no serious injury, althoughthe I will have everything in readiness .. Jw.. ., ..Pi..
Mrs. J. D. Maley on the beach last in Jacksonville. .. BEST
business who is now I eid...
child was considerably bruised ]|i fur business in about llall't'"klt..
1 week and this week will meet at ..111vurk done in u strictly firt-t'lass: manner. Military k..l, 7aiaiU
The Daytona Citizen's league has and shaken up by the fall. .
Mrs. Ida I.. Niver's beach cottage. I i. MtU.
1 a finely illustrated and well worded It seems the little girl was leaning i Rientan-Shields Railroad ControversyTo i ** Agent fur Stairway: Dust) \mier>.
Mrs. Henry Titus returned from double advertisement of Day- against the screen in the window $3.50 and $4.00 '
page
The I the (UaetteN'evvsllecause ***+rx.....*...**..***+*+*.. *** *********************** ;
Saluda N. C., Thursday. baby tona, Seabreeze and Daytona Beach when it gave: way and I she fell I '
I I am unable to comply -- At the GLOBE. :
had been well since their arrivalat --
not in the current issue of the Florida with it to the ground.Mr. j 1

Saluda and Mrs. Titus concluded East Coast Homeseeker. The circulation \\'l'l'amI\ family are visiting with the requirements fixed by you . . . . I i:
for communications l between Mr I '
it would be better to bring the little of this magazine is quite large Mr. and Mrs. Morrison, }caving II V :
Shields. and myself, I am unable to
one home. throughout the North and the ad- arrived from W a1.lo, Monday of this Daytona Ice Company .
-, I reply to the, groundless charge and : ...
legs 1 aafur.l bJr
vertisement ought to bring good returns week
t tRemember the Daytona Bakerycan insinuations!! made in 1I rr. Shiellyletter $
PURE ICE
all wants in the to the Citizens league.Mr. I
supply your Lf -- in your issue of .J uly I I'-lh: STKWAUT I l & HI.; Y,

bakery line. and Mrs. W. C. Smith rlturni i Death ol A. Broderkk. However, I projiose to give the facts Made from Distilled Water. t I I.A\VYKKt\{

The scourge of mosquito has letup ed Sunday from a visit to lakelandand I A telegram received by H '1', Mc to the! public' by issuing in pamphlet!':i.. .Factory. .corner. .Kail.mad.an.'olu. .ja avenue.. . .. ,... .. .. .. . I j
in this and few days of VIII' I" U'"II nUlltJllI;!. bkl. i 1t1. r t. t I
locality a
he form f the rail-
Clermont. Mr. Smith says Clellan Monday announced the a complete history "
on ,
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brut!* offe* '>t r Fuiu p( tMe. H.1'1 OX.\ ;
unseasonably hot weather took their is glad to get back to Daytona although death of his father-in-law, A Brod- road matter, from the beginning to ----

... place. The absence of our custom- be fine I its, disgraceful end. including eH'ry''
saw some country. Okla. the
erick at Gate City, on .
I l I' I. ...., .
IHLANDIS t
breeze made it all the more JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY \ \ "
ary sea The Lake Apopka section is in a very i morning of the preceeding day item of Ill}' certified accounts: which k

\J uncomfortable. prosperous condition due to successful I Sunday July-1.:! I have been questioned!! by j>eople who tut l H nll.uraII: : .FIVE. TEl HM VLxH'MHSUeLAM : & FISH '

Geo. W. Carter returned Saturday trucking, beans being one of the Mr. Broderick went from here to I I have never examined I them : ), FLORIDA.Afmil I
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
last from a several days visit at Es- principal crop on which the Gate City a few weeks ago to visit a I i I'. S. Hit u vv .t.ci With tho Vnv i r.itr O. Chicago.

panola. Miss Molly Johnson re- growers often realize great returns. son residing there and the trip was I COLLLUt OF LIBERAL ARTSTbUu..Ui.U, ,u.. tins. .,f tl.- I I.U.TMI.V ..I I'nt' II mil ii. u" ."1.. ,....J Isd.r&t .
t.cgU j :-c..t.40'II'' 8 gri<]ilat "' re .'iv.i tfo'-ir >)h..gr...+ froNf bull. :Mrlmiii 1.,1 l tic 1,111.. 1 1\11 ..I I 1.1, .. ..1_ Ii"." (
beans
turned with Mr. Carter to spend a Mr. Smith thinks that mightbe probably too hard for one of his advanced I Uaytona Loses to St. Augustine. .i.5e ('Ilk:'Irfti;, alii] :SU-tnutl catalogs: ; "ret.d utU-iitn.' '> .f it_ I'f j

week with himself and family at made a paying crop here. I I age, 77 years, for he was I,: The U.1)wnball team went tSt .> I COLLEGE OF LA NV-(ira-lu.itw.of) ills t ..11,.*.- 1&'.- ...|,,,nt.-.i l., ,,!%* 'Ie" .b.w ia\-IItr,1''eI ..> :. 'Hf .a".1' t.URn .
Florida) Mtliontiamiimtiui 1',1 I \ \1' I I."KU'FITZGERALD l \
the .
their home on the causeway, near \Ve will secure for you l bottom taken ill and his daughter. Mrs. Augustine Thursday and played COLLEGE TLCHNOLOOY: AM:- SCHOOL MLCHAMC:- Aklb-M
North 1 week .. ,' im-ul' Ivil, i KlKtmal;\ \ KnKiti....ring and Manual Ir.titiin ., .U-.i.lia .
Bridge.' prices on lumber and other building McClellan, left for Gate City a with the team from that cityand .. \ FIIIV : /. ur- ;! t.
kgrres. tit'l.uil.lilljC. curtly t'Iui\.mf''I.| \
-Bigger and better to tees at the materials. No one receives graftson !I ago last Sunday to return with him. although the Daytona t loys: lost bya COLLEGE OF BL'SINESS-IUtiLin: ; in :eli n- t.>r.ti" I...... lJ.H.kL. rp.iag by liwnifthol'
l Daytona Bakery. S. Mrs. McClellan) found him somewhat )*. :horth.'inil aii'l tl'l"writitlC. tIe-tt.I\; muromu\ -u in utter Ic.|i.rt IIlL I IsL.SI
Norman Dayton 3 home
purchase. of II>
to they came in
Your score ,
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1 m>*nt I irife fur ult.v and i-otinniiJious Iuil'h t iin'tt.
t Edmund Swift, the eight year old Daytona. improved and they were waiting I the best of spirits. They all speak I II PREPARATORY, ACADE.\\Y-lira.uat\r"I.ro-ol. | i to rater lie var.t > .ale I A r I H S
I'rimvton. Coriitll.. : i and all .. UI
I for him to strength for the htgau rbic'/Jl l tir l-i-a-.n olfc-K*'" f
son of Mrs. Swift, niece of Mrs. J. The excursion to Jacksonville | gain I in the very highest terms of the :, !NORMAL' AND: .MODEL SCMOOLS.-l Km. rirarU-n in ito o as kuiutniK; i

A. Hendricks, left Monday for aI was largely pat- I journey when the change for the manner in which they were treatedin ;J I'riiuarv ai Monday morniug 'I worse occurred and proved fatal. I prepare 1'utiln-: In x.l tv !)i..ri. I I III li i.1 1 \ I J WI'Ji t. \. : h i
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visit the Ancient ( 'i\ hventhingwas :
- with his father at Louisville ronized. It is estimated that I between !' ) MUSIC SCHOOL.- -.111.00"t |pipe ortciiii: a .l>,b-n |l.tLn.ltIUa'| >- i>uu where he will about twos turnedout Mrs. Broderick. fearing the long done for their comfort that l.krtra>'ultv tlmruiuh\ < nurse of! fOtlJly. r : u
hundred |possibly : t
stay five and six
j trip to Oklahoma, remained here, ART, SCHOOL.-.V :Muilio < ....tM m..l. ... -.(. LI 11 4\ \" ."\.1\
months His mother accompauiec: from Daytona and the east side could be. No fault was found strt':, <.nli.iafa4 t Icky ,J f J- i>rof?".H.ir' and) iu.lni- t .m T "'> 1 tall 1 ..h. irws I". but ".Iet r., 1.N. Lw
/. him to Jacksonville, returning the alone half the I and together with the other relatives with the umpire win. gave each front tllt'l I ntvi-Mty ('hung.. lIanlrJ'a''... rtlll.'t"| I ..hulI1 la. 'l 1.1,14 '
" of the river fully : has the deep sympathy of \\ate Frr r't. I>iui!' vilV) lk w ioiit.) l"tr. hi, its loll. t'nie.trity of :Ili biOss.lku ELECT: kIC LIHtll'I Ic
same day. number being white, and New team a square deal and all in all c-...n au<) otlwr t rmvvritiH:" Th.-r err uvt :f t.M,.'I'>' ,,<. 10 1.IJItII.t.! ; WId rpnp' .. .
.n i friends: and neighbors in the sad our boys are feeling good uient, ti:' yaiuartkrli11liiuuJollar} .-tchovu..ut uu "'u-k lswllihrary'f'/\-r l-'l\ I I'1.A.' I II
Geo. H. Matthews, proprietor of Smyrna, Port Orange, Holly Hill ending of what Mr. Broderick looked cx"} volume, a Lt-r utlru\\ ..hapvl 1 with ,'.ally furiii.hti>i:<, ire'ludiat tUkiL1 ;?\\.ti*
the City Hotel left Sunday for Wes and Ormond were all well repre- Percy Ilodgers\ : pitched for Daytona \\iaJo\\'lI. 7 paintings; '", a :|1ci or> ((1I1|* "nran. u <;Jimna-iuni with ,'umt>hteai'
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forward to as a pleasant visit i and only allowed his opponents I paratueanrnelurrd; AthVtn FkrW running teak tnnii 'JIArt!!. t afb.i'.ilit: :
n. Baden, Ind, to rest and recuperate. sented, nearly one hundred boarding }his i i muml and gridiron Ui Mr. Matthews had a severe attack of the train at the latter place. In son.tNo three hits, while our boys only got buildings fur tn 'n an-1 woniu, t.t nl. taWatorn-u\ tor .....noi..lr.I.by,,''.$. li.iterioloiy. >, & OATES ,
-- two off the St. Augustine pitcher.It Mineralogy aol Bioljtjy i \t'ra.Ilrl.\ ? IUD !-UIIII, nil I "h.>|*. -i", ln f
avoid the were
grippe last winter and has never order to delay, gates I lights, 'W:trie belle sUani heat eruceut walk" Mwll roadbro.i1 a\en's'''. .1'\ *
fully recovered his usual good thrown open at the depot here andno : charge for preliminary plans: was a good game if we did lose, nous caropuBhrubtwry and trees, soc-ial lIto.tar.ruui"a.1. ar.-l l otb-r it,;.J l- iit-' ATTORNEYS AT LAW ,

made to punch ticket and estimates: supervision: of workat and :St Augustine should' be given I I, tubs; star IrtLuI'l' counts; ChrintuinanJ not u taruiii 4.a Lit TI.I.!I." 1.1.' .u' ,- 1Jt\) IO\A.: ILUklDA j
ieAlth. Recently be. bas been quiteill attempt beautiful and LeattLful. and the 1.'X.nl'8! are low
and decided to north and eee There were fourteen coaches en the actual cost. Norman S Dayton, a full measure of tied: Lr their lor .at log., \'k.WS rulJt'rll' and Information, a.i Jrrs* the l'r.IIJ..ra,1 to.. .tir'f rrla 11.t&alaLJ tltltS I
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9 go Dayt na. victory LINCOLN HULL\, Ph. D., LUt. D., U'.U: D., DlLANU, Fla. I Ott,.1t ti : :!Laaka L' L Pt ;. 124.
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.- ,.. ... ... ; .... : THE COUNTRY Foster
: S\Lee'er"a -\.Jy, .: Wt'W J.. \T.c. < + Mr.
+ A Rm .'part That --- -
+ Ka.". .. the "OtB f" auction no Ute Fifth 5> Day of Autust. A. D.. I<*J7. in the City Daytona,

C I : : cost jriTately eonJaetelswt bane Vohisu; Covmty, Florida (>T' -. :niaih ':ut: ,-.1 .1$ will be attuaary to pay tle : .. .' .1
ocaisnalcate wth :DCt'e& ic; tre5 ... with UK .....tt "( Mi i L : .. t..UJO"U"' --.J
due for ".v :', : -uur. zttn(r
amount taxes utmu : 'I'P! : > tr-.i tte w;rM) outW! Tie ...1. ..,' :. '_ .4.dartr. k lit II .
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NAME 11EyRIPTitS OF L\SD J tar.t sad 'I.t; e ar..i .tbf :e' brtl orC
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+ :* k"pt. MH esnuntod al theeendm ... ,
.. + twted rith ate Jib.-e I. Jay .... .._..._t Ii*> ft of n..........._ .-....... ."-- I I $ + 4-i ..1&rif Gn. .
+ .. ot hstsaily reme'e.t froeath B. W. 1...._..........*..c 5O ft tif w 4K: fL...._._............. I I : ',... C JIWloL... c.-IIL ;
+ + ( s.; Farm a room AuC.'B. M MfcM........_.n 1 ft a f w lv| ft of Lot 3 and ? tof J tie t'Ttr. o.
: .> re.t ->f tar 301u*e one mast 5pw& w 1>8 ft.... ............... ,... 4 I .. .; P.1t; u-t .fP+3c .'. ;
: : -. -.. -K.e ra :"- ST .ta on. teak with \\ W t) 'T T.__... ...f ::3 ft of Lola *od 7 a.l w 9 ftat i P..Cinlr'Dt. ,
:,, + +. .> --'1.--:1.1:1 .'r liberate with the Lot s.bit :. alb oil. 2: aDd : ..I i -. it1 \"r&jr. a BowL JaRp f' i ;

++ < -T ":rT "'"xu-hman.! for Boa of I' R H'-I"n ....* 7-2 ftc: 33| ft of w i': ft.. I.1.4 '..-, ,1J If :.. 1. a l '*rl ;
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+ .*!. :1 7a.vouid U rort tb* trng I. Ih..b ... .u.. It .4 ... .... ... ..... \ -. 15 .. 1 .". .
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+ + ; :ty W. H r.Kiirati! .. ... .... a "Ht ,4. .......... ........... .... .. \ ;" t..t r II
+ .. f ." !s ir the bee is to wiatetwr IhillBfhalu .... .8 aP&ft ..( e 1'*3 ft ..,.........,....... : .:.: .;.: .tj lat ta '
.. : ill:: Se a.'t.\ 'Le..t a ik'tae it ifa rt.untard "ti' t'"PidtY..I'-.t: ft uf e It 3 ft of Lot I and a i4. ft _

+ \ II: .!........ N? k'r "t*.l to thl ..te19:3ft .. .. .......... ;..; 1'lvl'ei :- ', t :..J. : t. ..aq. :l..

.. .I.I:..!>::. 'f !1\: UK t""r .il l rf a Wg11a ........ .... a 4...... .. ...._ .. .. ........ 4 : ; 4::; a; ,.
+. + ..... r '..,rat ;a r>>ua 4e'.ted To savh a C. H Felieeieri ....... ...Lot; n. blk 1. F'xlte'a t3$34bl w; : s 45 K.:.LL ,..t> Iti.ttu iYr. .''

.* ;ere may be .ailed the "....*" of rm e ?. 7mith..... ...lot 1. Wk ::. tab of 3, 6 ssA w i...... ; 43tieu. I ... ; I.J :.-. .... r.--- -
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+ +. hue-r Her the MfepbotM ttaod* : Walton .. Lot .. bik !. ub oC 3. 6 Sod w *........ :- : 3 s 45 i ""k: a !Cr' ." :" MR if.I .- '
+. + :.? bears ai tb mi- Rt1Ip rani ie1 ........... ......Lot 5. bik I. a! per Mb ot. .__........ ') ':41 ; ..3 ... ..:. Jr .1. 'iubc 1 1.1' BLTTf.f! tla: "
+ : A table that ]o 1. and B. Morgan...........-Lot: 1 aldZ btk -, sib of........... 4 i' 4-r.
-tant:: .1:. uenetit and .nntel matt D.\id 51aMao8...... .....-Lot 4, blk 1. sate of ......?.. ......... 1.; 4 -.i.' I HE PROBABL't'VS
+ +. !__: are aural' Rented in a bon .r )l \ tevcM.NVily ...... ..... .. Luc *. bit 1, sub I'I ". 4:.

+ !L r a they cannot i be found. Here are ; B.aes.... ... ...Lot ;?3. blk; 2. tUb of .... ...... ... I.:r. i S3 <
{ : The neatest. simplest and best all : ,'\.....i. ". ta.3rLLLg book dJcCona K-bt. R&inw.... ... Lute II sod I::. -ub uf J sad..... ; : 4 v3 Mr F.ter <.... .. *TP ., for *i4I'

: a::r-. :::"t: :: '. wbl C a few \lid w M. :\ltketa...... Lote W. .u. .'1. Uk I. ub <4 3, 4 ud i 1 tl I
J., .ia Sar&h k)3m.. uf. .. .. 3I :, M 1 no IIara.i
., bits; vf Drri !cOl.ntt.r Lut -T. bit 1. ub slLub :
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: around machine: on the market. Speedy : ; siid few Cheri-it'd pbo HarrL...... Ttaua.... ... 1 And 2. bik I. aubuf.Lute .. ti :y.. 4 >*;
allot a
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+ tverah3 rt/ete an uth6'wl burn.irta 1 Leah Le.krs....-... .. Lute 1 aid -*. bik ;:. sob 4.. a -: L i : Jacksonville.Palm .

: strong and thoroughly reliable.: : 2 ''-'::'-''\: :vo of titt'csalt' +. Hrtb E. tonum ... ...... .Lvt 1 MU :, blk 1. lob uf... .: 4 y.'i .I Miami.'

+ &:-ri'a.'I.! : I u. plsa d aod the L.t1Ee & ._... ._.... IJQ3.. b Kk I. buf.... ......... .. !& 1 S-", 4 (Beach.
J&..y :La : ...p.k'\1. Mtatello' Cnibbuania Hameui ThoU'IJIUD. E ;.i ft of W 1M ft. :N of tNgbte lu.. 1 .+ J: ". :
: The nattiest Runabouts and ill- ..h :> : : her' :art tad ..lraw with I'bknvwn.. .. AU north '.( Hicb* ...... ... ...._. 1 l.tu j v. ..I Havana, Cuba. \\I-hln.t&ll.: IJ '-

+ loot that wort-ladovn aid Out. J *. Colter. .. .. ..Lott 2: and ;3. sib & $t..Ef NJ; ... 4 .i 1; ;:uEl1La :

Jabtltui Lvt 6. j ub uf sj of NJ! _... .,... 4 II 'iF. .
: comfortable Touring Cars.; : t1. Liidttr3 .. .......... EJ kit 1*>. ub of sj vi XJ. 4 u :-: :I t .1 tr.. 1 .t t :" : 111' afl

A CONTRAST.: I.ewle: Jobasun. ...... ..E) "i :N l'IV.t' I lut 1. bik 1, MAl>> ..4W :!<; 4 tl : : .. L ...
+ N.,rhs J. N; 'iauo1C. <... 50 ft j NJ; lot 1. bik 1, sub -4W 4 ; 4

For sale in In : Irt.Eand llB.llh Uoioca .. they H. fcxinioD. 'USaraL .. l!mft : Daytona irw.. a M..|Jr areef.tt F..r f.irgikiA L.,1 I. blk Mab.j 1.. 1.1. .

.. .1 1'.: '....:" r.s., >vlNitlj \ Ltt- Lot 15. buTlub.a| 4 .

+ ::n:, :'c.' ;', 3.t-. t...{.... tv the Camlne J rb&ut> fx>t 2. blk 2, sub uf part 1 .
T V SitjMbak f-r Lots 4 and 3. Uk: 2, ob uf 1 ._ '
i BUFFUM & CROUCH. t.iet .= :;..: : rj emeL:. ;v.lrf .1e It .. Florida East Coast Railway
t'!t.ta Earls .Lot 9. hilt -'. sb of j art 1 '
t..:1 sad; ::'. a t8ht..iettil raMs L. H. Hk ..
-D. Lot 11. bAa -, >. uf full .. I ;.:
1 .. rr dr_ uviv liiia ei.../Ueb to tho* w H. Rot.L .. .... 71 Ii Efrc.1 IprflMMlOKTMKx
L.t 4. bit 3. ub at part. ..... 1 J. Loul Tott Carl !>o.
.............+................... ...................., lec: ca..:.rv.dert 1 ek:rt tin; Oaiutr bouJ <-e J. H. HanktkM. .......) ;3 a.r..1L. bit 4. sub .
:.:.J v.3! a:: t'vt:Dv.v., .:. without atostiriay CokR.O. : .. ...Lois 3 and 4, bik 5, alt> '4 mart 1 s I': s: 50\. Doc D-aEAD DOA:L rl.pl>

: :: the tr.js acr.e.tK. and J aft1 I.. tKXnieii... ...- Lot 6. bik 1. *.ub of . .... 4 i.: t 4' iw SaiMw I. tw .1 j

DRS. ATWOOD & RAWUN6S DR. HOUGHTONPh >...!' *r

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anJ :ti e aa :ml'i'eu1 va :t. Laalet o1D Mary E. Tboi&af. ..Lot i; Kk 3. wb of.... ..... ... 4 1.: 7; r--.. lO.r< .. .. "' .. : .. /rr
si.i3n Surgeons. Cat. \darntI. .. ... Lot J u.-. T i8"- .cs a.C4 asso ---
DEMIST.'T : > 10 and 11. blk 3. *uhA 4 :c 2N: "" J* t
de. .JM ;\ art line fet t n>m i 4.
ttltlkc: tlL! e H _Bet-st.-- s
E. R"c Harden... .Tut 10, Wk 4, sub -I 4 .i_ : _.. T. 1 1 u ter- -r.- Ps.aaa-Le 1J. .
ltt.. ,". 't '" R.. ',\ t rr abute: tMte Into place: a14 paeeesV. M otk, L. Schuiu.M. W 13 ft ,-f E JW ft vf N; iw ftN .. ... 1.3 ; t' =; :: Ts-u:s. UB..L F : ( YN'o v a

't' : r x "'. -t "- t i. '.-c .eta w.tb siloes' that :-x-fe a* .f ;UI>t ;>utoa M. Hfttuci.. ... ; 100ft ...{ E 60 ft... _.. i k. t :: rlrt Uaw.L9_ .:U--U! 1b._'. r 1

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C. C. BOHA\\O\ E. L. STEWART. M. D stu.dtit \OV.empatH: the mddt rwol.F L.J. Sun-. .L..t-:> Kk: .%-:. .. .. '' 4-" :r.- :' 4]N I ( ._:'-aT1QC.&_ I'..... .
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