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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: April 10, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Volusia County (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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THE


bAYTONA


GAZETTE-NEWS.


Vol. 20, No. 46 oes Everywhere. Reaches All Clses. Daytona, Florida, April 10, 1909. ,t Advertt g MjeMI D oau .. i.. Price
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e5 Cents


TOURISTS, ATTENTION!
Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases, etc.
INA .\Ill rIT Iq o o T i' IF 'I.I.
.I N E-:

Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases. Teh-scopes, Tourist Straps, Trunk Straps,
Shawl Straps, Name Tags, etc., just received, we have a complete
ss ortment of Mattin envered suit Cases and Telesco es Also a


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PROMINENT INTER RESIDENT

DIES AT NORTHERN HOME.

Charles C. Meller Passes Away
At Pittsburg After an Illness
of Several Months.


novelty in a l tting ,o e ,, ,, ,I-, '1a1t,,1-i R .tPl rl.s Telegrams received in this citV
I .nov lty ,I a L a,,r,->vor, ,.l llau,! la... \Friday afternoon of last week an-
,.THE PECK HENDRICKS COMPANY. rounced the death of Charles
S------ Chauncey Mellor at :mi p. m.. that
day at his Pittsburg home.
n-el*le*l*e*OI*i* *I* *lsO*Oe*-* e Mr. Mellor, who was in his 73r,1
Year, had beei in failing health for
SF N several yeats and had been confined
SI to his bed most of the time since
;J Iuly of last year. His son. Walter
n C. Mellor, who with his family was
SIC occupyingg the Mellor residence on
N Rtidgewood avenue this winter, was
Fo 1,( ) SAIE AT (i;.T4'1. 'called home early last week by Mr.,.
Mellor's condition and reached
HIS C'olee was shipied through mistake and the company re- l'ittsburg before his father's death.
iquest mlie to .s-1 at o.t. If put Ini cans it would cost 'O cents Mrs. Walter C. Mellor followed her-
S at wholesale, and retail at '.,p rents. Sold in any quantity., husband Friday miorninz andt no
I also have- ('ltes for -,, -, :3 and t-l cents per lb. They are doubt reached home for the funeral
Mocha and .lava, Bogota amni Saiitos. Maracailo and Guatemala: : which took place Monday afternoon.
* also Mexican ('ordova. Mild andl high grade lRio. Must be sold Mr. Mellor is survived by his
0at .once. wife, three sons, Walter Chauncey,
SGeorge Edward and Arthur ltdlleyi
C* \ 1A |L Iand two grand children.
9 8! Mr. Mellor, who was a prominent
* figure in musical and business circles
The North Beach Street (rocer. '9ONE 9. "ofhtsburgfor many years, was
Slirst induced to come to Daytona lby
0*ei 0e@e@lOSOeeOn S0el O EOOe* Ol*e mO**OEOMOle.OEOe* E** his friend, 11. 11. Hloene, wiho was
also his business associate for over
** O .**.********************.,******************* liftly years in the wholesale and re-
.I. (i.LItKHISONe tail piano trade in Pittsburg. lhe
I I I I A .\ lose extainiation of electric- visited Mr. lHoene here nine years
n .iIm! al work finished and charged for ago and has co to Daytona every.
*rouii thii. shotp shows how square- *
l h- !i lli t'it, rabltly we transact our : winter since, with one exception,
SIlsii.ss.Ekctrical repairs re- : when he went to (California, and the
S- iv slcial attention. Those present winter, when he was toot ill
-"u,,,t0 employt us never worry about to travel, and about two years agot
iur iarge:, and they know be- -E._ 5. Hall erected f,,r hi a comfort
fore en in"g us that our work- able winter home, near Mr. Hoene's
-rtatsii .p will be the best.
$ -ihip willnb! the best,,on Ridgewood avenue.
S- --....-a Electric C~o~. i Mr. Mellor was a boyhood friend
ton "lectr__ ,-..- antd sclihooltinate of Andrew Carnegie
-- -* South Beach Street. land it was through his personal in-
O hiluence that the donation for tihe
l c e e ******************************************* fid
.organ of the Congregational clhurth
'of this city was secured.
lie had made imany friends in Dav-
SN. E, R C K S 0 N tota, who wore grieved to learn of
S* ;Iis death and their svmiatlhy goes
4 Cabinet MaKer. Wood WorKer. outto Mrs Mellor and his sons in
Piture liiramesI. *.r it I \\'i! Sc-ns madet to otrdcr. IhVir ibereavement.
t
Cottage Avenue, 1)AYTONA, FLA.
ev4,v ervIVv v e* ************A*A*******h** A Convenient Home.
.1. P. Wilcox, of White plains N.
$************************************************** Y., who recently purcl-hased the E.
R. D. TAYLOR. Electrical Contractor lhan place Fairview
All* avenue, is jpstly proud h4 is n1ew
Sliiset \\ il'il li 1 lHit'italty. property. The lot is a large- oin, of
*tu : good frontage and Lbi Ior more feet
dealer in Iectrial Suplics fAll1 Ki 1s. lA Axt ures, Shades eethere are s aniti-
4* uips No.,S( -.a, F 0e, cent old live o-k trees upon it, in
********$$*********$************************* !(one of which Mr. Holiman ton-
..structed a platform which forms a
.,Oee e I****************** ..****OO *** (pleasant restitig pl, e in .Iot.I
weather. The lot is planted to a
Bond Lumber Company variety f fruit trees a beautiful
1 flowering vines and shrubs abound,
ROUGt AN)D l)KFRS5D |IE M J 'R including a tine rose garden.
PINE AND CY'iRES5 L-4 J 1 in the rear of the hinuse there is a
... nice vegetable gardentil, a l tgeon loft,


....r c k, 1,11111le
LatI, I IV' I Ii cv, 1' l i 'I i hg, l l t', IAHIC
and ('eniet-ittHi tStock. nt'lARVW~ ig" venu


Kalulklarna ot tlsun 5 oi 1.1i '. I I Itl


I Phone 8


WHEN YOU AREI CONTEMPLATING


getting a (lah'ani..e ir t n T.L. a n".e Tin l,,,. a lhot Air Furnace,
or any of the other um tl ti --ilt., ui ti'tI' t t i oIlete a numdern
dwelling, roemlember Ihat
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l,)ultry runs and a tinec svstteml of
cement basins for water wf:i aind
the whole place hears a iteat. well-
kept appearances.
The house is :a well built. conven-


tv, ,m anagc. iently arranged lone, nicely tinishl-d
and Mr. Wilc.x bought it fully fur-
-nished througlhhout, iicludinig mtanyI


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DAYTONA. FLA.

are best pr. pid o gie p! il service at fair prices.
Gr ne. repair shiop on Volti-,. A u-eii, I ext to the Artmory.
Iho-ne 5,. OUrt of town work solicited.


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tine trophies of the hulnt with which
Mr. liolnMan had atldorned hi, library
or tden.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilo\ left for tllt
I north last Moilav. Mr. Wilh,,
being called lbak I!v buliness iutl-r-
ests, tbut they hop. t rt'turn -arIy
inI the fall alld ma1ke a In-*re pro-
longed slave in tlt-ir Ieli.lhItu l I \a
tona t-nc.


Daytona High School (irateful.
'L,. the I-ditor of the t .t/. t-N w.
l t behallt of the pupils !i l


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Somlipany. m11iss L,'lwitilh ih:al iil
seie at various points in this -i;y
and vicinity, the latest plahe iteing
at Holly Hi!l Fridav afternon.i
which she later corroborated. Major
Morris, who had been out uitlh a
party late Friday afternoon without
result, determined to nake an early
start the next morning on the lllly
Hill clue and so got away iI an alu-
tomobile about live clock, attom-
panied by Mr. and Mrs. Petersion
and Sheriff E. 1.. Smith. They
went through Holly Hill to ilron,.
without finding any fnirtilr- trace
of the fugitive, returned to lDaytona;
for breakfast and again started tto-
ward Hollyl Hill, this time .1 .u- ti,
1t. 1. Titus taking thie place ,f
Sheriff Simith as one >' tihe tiprv.
\\'hen just ieyvondl tht-e -iv ii:its
they turned westward on tilrt. i-e t
road so'uthi oti the Kii!-s-on l ,-,i't.,
.it lli 'lt c l l v o n e 4 ,f t l.,t .-, Ir; :
liremonitions ll hiih s tiln tiiii, s
occur to ipeole andi ulirh gavte
Major Mlrris a strong helitng tiih.
the bitect of their search w las llin
at hand. They' haId not 1,' avel I, itr
levyond thle raillroa ', a1rl i ia '
"luster of houst'es. when Mr. M.\Il .ri,
saw a woman ahead oIIf th ,l an,!
called the attention -t il the oiith--.
but they didi not at lonce lis-c ti
tigiqre tlittintmn amniig the ;:r- i;:
thie distance. Hol -,.'-r. '', .i-
proachilg loser. Mrs. t',- rion ,n.-
tgniz/d her sister ahier e,.\l.iin..
VMy tiod, it is Margaret' i;
to lier feet in thie aim~ n it., tI, .
called her sister lVy i n.!e al i 'in-
latter, who was >n .t !! l !it :!;i
tiight again, at tli-e her and the !mieetig let~wtin ,
sisters Imay be int,m..i.in'el. e'-j'i.i'
as Major Mornis anl oti eler o -
and conver.-edl \\itlt MNi-> Il.rd'li;h


cointeind that her min-i is ti .':'
and that she is perlct!ly a;-t..
'here is io-re in t:.e 's ':
blv than has lit;en iv~e out i
public andt it is rurnt,.'ei !i :


pr perty, which it seems had been '**
at the market for some time.
I. 1. dItumn, from whom Sharp &
lBecker purchased the meat market,
was present and while he was fixing
the carrier on Sparp's bicycle for
him t)o place the books in, Becker
cante out of thetstore and demanded *
tire return of the books, telling 2
Sharp he hadt no right to them.
.lust what else occurred is hard to
determine. but Sharp struck Becker
at least three times with the ritle he
had carried from the store. O(ne
Iblow on the back of the head did
ibt little damage but both those on
the side of the head fractured the
kull. )Odum got hold of Sharp,
put him in a carriage and told him *
to go home, which he did. while q
l;tecker wa taken to the Dayvtuna
Hospital and Sanitarium, on southh
I;-acli street, where it was found
thi.tt although badly injured, he had
;: gL'ril chance of recovery.
.l;isti.e I1. T. Titus was early on
tlit scene. suone word of the trouble
liav\ing reached him, n i getting
l ,lnluty Slherill John Myers, they .1
!,ptceedtilc( to Sharp's home in
Kinigstohn and put him under arrest.
t, which he submitted (quietly. Jus- W
ti.e Titus committed him to jail to
a\'ait the ioutcomre of Becker's in-
ui:ics anid Deputy Sheriff Myers
tok hIin to New Smyrna Monday
:nl delivered i hiim t into Sherif
imit, -s keepiing. Latest reports of
i.ck.t-rs c ,imliti.rtt are to the effect
iat l e is getting along nicely.


Mrs. (iorge 1.. Farrell Hurt.
Satiur' ay evening, of last week
*Ahitle attempting to alight from a
mnltor i.ar Mrs. George L. Farrell
i:;il a fall which resulted in a broken
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t. 2 t ~ I i l.:r-l r I ladet.
N,;tI ri~n~. amt r.
wvIti i fi i f s, Mr
the All iee M


Y'ounmg lady. !!1 'lt i t
*iacksonvtlhe. \, L-W hL -, \ 1
sellt Uo .aL IA; I t1w I I T a: i I.t~it i It! r I r Ilke

liv dt-ss..livng d tih sod a anI N J'j, him Ail


f-i .ri >.-1 r
' Iie IIif*vI.%v: ttu I F ~
111iesn r til I Lei- rs l ." a:rl i s ::' O i 1 I~

Itin ho in.m.i ii-' ~ .r~5 51-
th ilts hica! itr I xt i i. : u


Farrell were out
and Mrs. Erregger
Schlu-htier. enjoy-
drive on the beach.


te on the return trip, about
Lock-, and had reached a
arlly opposite the autourio-
houise. and were about to
,n the driveway when Mr.
ie.rd a sound n which made
k 4,ne If the tires had burst.
Sd the- car anrd Mrs. Farrell
: r getr out. Her foot
ie tcuchllid the step before
Nt.'t.iu had ceased, anl
;.: .: loItse her balance. She
.An Iackward, her shoiiuler
i,.. arI-,i nv tlim b, a,.,tl-


CITY HOTEL ya
year.
Orange Avenue, Daytona, Fla.

ELECTRIC LIGHTS, ELECTRIC BELLS,
HOT AND COLD BATHS.

TABLE FIRST-CLASS. Ri FORN A FE TAlE NAiIS.

w.KEO. I. II. ATTHEVS,, Pomrmyoa

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THE STANDARD OIL 'MPANY


will deliver gasoline without

any charge for delivery at

any point in Daytona, Sea-

breeze, Daytona Beach, Or-

mond or Port Orange. Qual-

ity and quantity guaranteed.
'all Ofiic Mills Transfer 77


\\;Irehouse
literosenel (il l)elivered by
Gasoline Machine Gas and


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DEMENTED WOMAN IS C. C. S P STORIES

FINAllY CAPTURED. 1. W. BECER FLAT.

After Several Days' Search She Not a Musical Comedy but a San-
Is Found in the Hammock guinary Fight to a
West of Kingston. Finish.
Miss Mrargret Ledwitth, vthe .- i, Une of the most sensational events
woman said to be demented, wh l, of the -season, which has been rife
created so much interest for several with sensations, was the affair Sun-
days last week by her sensational day afternoon at the Odum place on
escape from the sanitarium and the North Beach street, when one of the
success with which she eluded pur- partners in the meat market, C. C..
suit, was recaptured last Saturday Sharp, injured the other mem-
morning, and left in the afternoon her of the firm, L. W. Becker, by,
for Jacksonville on the way north batiug him over the head with a
with her brother-in-law and sister twenty-two calibre rife, which was
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Peterson, of shattered by the blows.
Buffalo, N. Y., where Mr. IPetersonj There had been bad feeling be-
holds the position of yard master of tween the two men for some time.
the New York Central Railroad. owing to the fact that Sharp had in-
Her recovery was due in a gratvested his savings, several hundred
measure to the interest taken in the dollars in the business, as against
case by members of the local lod(ge i;teker's experience, and was unable,
of Elks, as well as to the natural to get an accounting from the latter,.
sympathy extended to a woman in who, had entire control of the books.
her distressed condition It appears Finally Sharp determined to take
that Miss Ledwith has two bIrotlher- the books and went to the market
who are members of the B I'. (. .. Sunday afternoon about two o'clock
and this fact becoming kiion,\ fr that purpose. Becker, who, it is
awakened mnre than ordinary inter- said, is addicted to the use of alco--
est. hio!ic beverages, was at the market.
Among others w~,ho ctarnstly took and had evidently been drinking.'
up the pursuit of the unftortulnate Sharp gathered up the books and
young lady was Majr .1. 1)(. Mor-, started out with them, also taking
ris, of the (Gruber-Morris hlarldware with him a small rifle, his own
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Tank Wagon.
Lubricating Oils.


Day Electric Current-----------------------
Day Electric Current


lThi.i. will give thlt' citifmt'is of I )aytona,

StN-alreze an Id Datona Beatedi an op-


Electric Fans, Flat Irons, Machines,


'Ille op


evittiltt2, o (If totltbt hy cit4trivity Is clean


Adam Schantz Electric LigiPt lant,


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SIn Joazette News Office.


o: Go to


CONRAD GROCERY CO.

for your Pet (Cream) Milk, 6 small cans for 25e,
to go o1 your
Toasted Corn Flakes, Post Toasties,

Triscuit, all at-O0c each.
S Puffed Rice, Wheat Berries, 13c., 2 for 25c.
S. \. B iscult and Quaker Oatmeal, 2 for 25e.
Cream of Wheat, Ralston Breakfast Food or
* Petit .ohn at 1.( teach.
RKuinkftyd Bakill Powder, 1 pound can 25c.

SThe Conrad Grocery Company
E. T. Conrad & Co's. old stand.


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THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY


T. E. FITZOERALD, Editor


Lumber,


Seabreeze and Daytona Beach
MRS. H. A. BERNARD, Editor.


Real Estate,


HOLLY HILL

HOILLY HILL, April 8-Mrs. Kline
:and !i-ter Mrs. Fel.-enthlial. left on Sat-


THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY \o *i e se *sesse uniay for Chicago.
r RT*rI,.* ..i -uBert IHaecock went to Atlanta Friday.
( INCORPORATED ) SEABREEZE, April 7-Mrs. V. A. DAYTONA BEACH, April 7-A .ry
..-.-- -- Middleton sold her resident property on delightful meeting of tile Sans Su. Mr. Taylor, of astings,who cnam T
Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Flonida, as Seond C ('lass Matter. oceann boulevard last week to F. J. Club was held Wednesday, Marrh 31 :at :trdal, r-tuted sta nd er son. T. Ci
Harpster in exchange for his winter the home of Mrs. Haigh, and after thie -yh. returned Monday accompanied
h---v herr grandsonn estlev.
home on Palmetto avenue. Mr. regular program the hostess served ie l .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. >*>*":luI -Two Chums" took a
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. liarpster will improve the Ocean boule- cake and punch, and a pleasant hour The la unh 'Two Chums took a
0 vi~t vrd property. was passed. The time of meeting has
One copy one year ........................................ 1.50 ard property. was passed. The tie of eetin ha omr a end f amily expect t
1 o;,..Somers and family expect to
One copy six months............... ..................................... ................... Mr. and Mrs. John Hunt closed their been changed to 3:00 o..e-k andi thl, it tir new house net week.
........ ....... ........ ....... ....... ......... ........ ,ntv in t o th e ir n ew h o use n e x t w ee k .
One copy three months .................................... .................................. w inter home on the Halifax Sunday and club will meet April 14 at Mrs. \\ A.
lift for their sunruer home in New York Ronald's owing to the absence of Mrs
SATURDAY, AFRIL 10, 1900 on the Hudson They were accom- Reed. Episcopal Churches.
panied by their daughter and grandson, Mrs. C. Links has leased the Daytonl |'\.STI'i \)AY.
S- ....: ..I. ltadlein and son, Willie. who spent the Beach Hotel for the sumnllmr season al :t
NO ELECfTION FOR H ITON season with them. expects to take possession about May 1 .l. M \':, K ,i) tx,:
SKIN STON Mrs. Sidney Haigh and son, Harry, Mrs. Nettie Kurtz returned Saturlday 11!v (:olllllllli, ;::;(4 a. Im
REMOVAl Of COUNTY SEAT returned the forepart of the week from from St. Augustine, whe-re shie has bt-n ,. rvic and Srno 11:41 a. I.
OVAN .Jackonville and Mandarin, where they at the hospital in attendan:ul at the
KIN;STON. April s-Mrs. J. 1 have been visiting with friends and bedside of her sister, Mrs. ( L.John., ervic and .Sermon, :0 p. m
It at t ChalTer and sister, Mrs. 1). C. Canard. relatives who is now on a fair road to peledy re- 'here- will be special Easter
Good Roads the Slogan of County went to Oak IlillT luesday to spend a Miss Mary Lou Eaves, who has been cover ;n:-iei at bloth 1:1 a. In. and 7::"it
w eek. at the Seabreeze Sanitarium for several Mr. and Mrs. Yeargy. of ('hii'ia' -,.iv -e. The- above will be the last.
Commissioners at Meeting Miss Bertha Brooke, whlo ha.s been weeks. is sufficiently r~vovered to return came up frtomt the south last wehk ai i, -1 ic .
Held Last Monday. with her relatives at Mrs. Sheplpard's h,,me this week. will spend a short timie at t>i. J..I t.
for long visit. left for her hli.ie at )Os 1r and Mrs. Wortley, who have been i Bishop rooming huse. .* ('it '!i tr "On ~.'t::
'lThe following business was transact- teen Monday, to the regret if her friends .,pending the season at the Ott resi- R odman F. Pugh. wife anrd dauInl.t:. 11 "! Commun)lll io, )':::'L a. II.
ly the County Conmnis.sioners at their in Kingston, whose b.st wish s g> w (ith dece, are house boating down the East Miss Margery Fox Pugh, prominent pe,.- lq-vteiig P'raver and sermon, -2:4~
meetigehl in Deland April 5th, all hr.Coast as far as Rockledge with a party pie of New York. :tre gllets t t.te i, i,
members being present. Two of the l:erndale ~rusts. Mis.- Har- of finld from Port Orange. White House. 1.
The following road aniu bride reports well andti Mis Satt.ll, hlad linci drive Miss Martin, who has been telegraph Mr. and Mrs. .l. McC(ann and tw,,
were submitted: Sunday afternoonn. go inrl down tl"' op.ratotr at the Clarendon for several children anld mother, who hate slpett s'rvi'.
districtt No. 1--lrogress Ion lEnter- beach, across the IPrt Orange bridge, years, and supplied at the Ormond after the season with Mr. and Mrs. ;i.,or... L t:~v I.: ('lil'lt. NSI\\ S.rl\ : "
prise and Osteen road, bridge rellpaind antd back iu Ridgewod avenue, v-isit- the burning of the Clarendon, left Sat- Sweeney. left Tuesday for St. Augustin- i ,v (',ImnIli.,ll, S:H4 ta. i.
in Enterprise and repairs to Last (tast ing ,eve.ral place's. .f int,'r-t., ain urday for her home on Long Island. e'nroute to Iliana IEeninl Prayer and SerionT, -m:N)
jerry which wer the r ll th L Kowlton is improving his bus- Mrs. Scheid and gr:anudthuglhtlr. .Mis. I l
District No. 2-Repairs ('rows llull big tree. ines block with a fresh coat of paiut. Laura Hyman. who have spent tie sti:t .t .
and )Deland and Orange City" rad. and Miss Margaret I, ;lev hI:t retulrni and otherwise putting it in good condi- son at Mrs Scheid's winter hom. lhft Mr. Wilier uill ollcitte at all;
prisoners at work on Delantd-l)a tolna fronm Tnpa atd is again with her r.a- tion before leaving for the summer ab- the forepart of the week for their snli- ser ict-s. All seals free. St rangers
road. tives, oMrs. Hl:aley and family. sence north. mer home at Sandusky, OhiG Miss w.l.'%i,-
District No. 3--Relirs on Yilla Capt. Herbert and fanilyv, ho nat' Mirs Porter, of Rockford Ill., arrived Hyman has been quite an a-,istion t
and larle'rville andl Elhlridge anld Pier- en visiting at 11 T. MeCt'lella.'s atI ,rolnm Clearwater Sunday afternoon, and the M E. Church choir the pa st .Is ll
son roads, and three-fourths of a mle ol j livinit,,n's fotr e d:vs hv i i seI ing a few dy at the Russell and her abnce will be resretfully d A Lon as Business Justifies.
sawdtlust laved] oil ri4cr-Sv~ille r oad. rituri to their -dillas at thle Russelland ther absence will be regtretfuilly iate.
sawdust played on Pierson-Sville rtad. returned to tir hl in Dl .a. house, enroute home. C. A. Miles, gu st of the Sa.ide Inn. tor ;azette-News:
to roiad, and Repairs ave oad Mrs. w \. Isiills t(ofl lIaymnl. N l Mrs. Bianchi accompanied her daugh- organized a party of twenty of the -- s '. r tih infrinati n of vour
tia road, and SeconJ., whtave was a t rt it at' ti h-rnidtl ta-r, Mrs. J. S. Bronson, to Jacksonville city contingent for a moonlight bi.atlt t s)
Daytona, and completion of raithi(reek ., g ia rs, won t von kindv show in
Daton, id omletiof 'nith('retk last wintter, cmie ,cl fri tii ( irlatulo d last week, and is spndinga few days at ride Sunday evening They went up l w, I
bridge, but not accepted. \W'edln'esdayL n ftrt' it tli i:ian.! was Illaly thle Ponice de Leon elebration. the beautiful lHalifax some itli:sta'e. : litin toi the tllte clar plate sentL
district No.i 5-Rl ported laying shlit received lby her friends at the lo rrdini- IX. B. Case left Tuesday morning with had their luncheon, and retturneti to iy"o t'ioday, that trains ::: and :;I be-
on Oak lll and New Smyrna road. house, where slite will prillbly stay a party on a fishing expedition up the Ormond in tine to enjoy the sacred tweenii .iacksonville and New Sv-
On moweon, the road at Pier ln heri n river.
On motion, the road at ierson hereli- st-'eral weeks ctore starting fr her Indiian river. concert by the HlotIel Ormond oclwh.stra. rm tt ill Ie operated as l, ng as bus-
tofore advertised was declared ta public inrthern h,, rje. She thinks tltre :ri Miss St-lla Thompson, of Hiram, Mr. and Mrs. Faton and c-hildren-i, ,f .
road. No objections were filed to same. niuo hIes li1i' ,i ii'e I,,r ss dieniaillis, muaer the L lowillg
The attoreysno pof places like Kibog-tar an.l 1 )ayton. hifo, arrived from Eustis Tuesday and St. Louis, Mo carn up from tlhe south ,
Thte attorneys of the board were in r ,-hel((let
trute attor notify rh. ucrr of ntere- i will s:wcid several days the guest of Mrs this week and are occupyinl the Stl..wart l
structed to notify Mrs. Tucker of Enter- T ..-, ,: k: I
SJ. C'. Ellis, on (randview avenue, cottage for a month. ITra;i : ',: I'aves ,.Jaksluville.
prise that she nust remove fence built
by her across county rouad. Additional Locals. .i. ,'. Arnes and Mili. S. Ames, Judge KeIrr, wiwho Ihas itut a I!l :II a- lit.: St. Aug.stin e, .l
The report of committee appointed Al o,,f IofSWal.'Pseott, Mass., and Joseph B. of winters at laytona I~lach, i. : a g,.el ;A ait.; Iast I'alatka, 11:INH a. iII.;
to investigate the petition asking that S hear. wh has .en here Ii Aes. of Brookline, Mass., are enjoying of the Seaside Inn.
San election be called to change the loca a ew days at tlhe I'rncess Issena. H. I rve Nw Smvrna 1:
-his.. SonaE-. aLnd fail ik 1., Beach Hotel, h'ft Monday mIornio g f.,r :t I a, l p. m.
tion of county site was received and i After a month in the hospital, Mrs. F o r r in Tri I .n.
.f .. ,ltt Teitr r sd r t left lIes dv for Aslnrv I'ark N. I rit week's visit to (.reen C ove Sprigs iaini I: Laves New Smrua
Stfiled and it appealrlig Irom said report *' Britton i< now sufficiently recovered Mr. Gagr's cottage fill S i :L--
1:. 1, 160(1.ta, 2:26.l -- I
that the petition lacked til rtluirt-d to spend the rest of her intjour in No.th Mr Uue is re givingg a fresh ett ,f ait. I- :
t- .ioh 'r nue is reciving a fresh cat if ,ilt. ast l'h'ka
number of legal signers to authorize. thei he ladies 4f St. .arys (uildl (arolitla with Mr. Britton's sister at' a e I : East P alka,
I _Mr and Mrs. Baker, lwho have !,en-
calling of an election, therefore it was wili hold a "al't Ta in the 'reslro. Her friends are rejied upin the ne cott on Iie : t Augustine :
ordered that hhe prayer of sid petition g ,i t"i nT .- 1. : il :.., i\ er her speedy recovery, wood avenue left Monday fot i tIa, N. I i vrrie Jacksonville, a6:.-:1 :1 ;.
IV, wood avenue, left MuIamday fiar IVtii-I, N. "' r ''m
le dnied on trh ground of lack of legal m : i t I. Mr. and Mrs. Waterson, Mr. and.. Mrs. Y., their horne town. Yours Truly,
signers. M rs. .lMHlardy. Mrs. E. A. Freeman, L Mr. and Mrs. H. C Bucklandi w l, ) ~I
The notary bonds of Isaac A.. Stuwart. i
e oW. Au n, E. 1. S r ad lin, the Misses Stone and Alloway have been occupying rons at M.rs W. enral passenger Agent.
e A. r i pI a 'returned SuidIt v from a pleasant camp- A. Iaggett's ihome will rt.miove t, th.-i r
son, \\im. C Hlhowes and l.auirvt'iu' E igar Dunn left Thirs.lav al'anri i exiciti n at Bulow. They were own cottage this oteek huih hs r.-
Thompson were approved the Austin frt a: st..Mer:l weeks giMone live days and brought back'a large gently been vacated ly Metssrs M.-nt- Sunday Program at St. Mary's.
'i'tel l)aytna (taztte--" 1l t'i Ili,- t ,i' l ,ria IKes. i variety of shell, among them the paper gornery and faruilies, season reintiers. lNING.
gnte as hL in wh natitilus, calico key sllclI and other A jolly party of eight were gu zi.sltt vfntt' I
delinquent tax list of 1y90s be piullih.ltl. d."A" I lyr i. "At the l-am,.' Hig lFeat
The following resolution as adopted Mrs. ley, who s l.en visit- slwcitnens hard to find on the ltiore fre- lev andd Mrs. High ,in a ,,att rip t. t V..lt G. J. l.hvy.
Tlhel'followicg resotluti ai c s. so. iaad ted Ae tMis. lattr I t1,rt ,, who.:.t \.(-t' Vi t-bk.vTtt- ltlis-h| lS 'htou h
and ordered spread upon the mininutel : i ng with Ier sister, iMr<. Wi h u ( iea' i ws. No. N in the latter part ,,f last wT-k he liuin L.arulaus Thi,-as afiitc-h-
"Resolved, That Co issioneriOwens Shair, lo e, r- yars, who has pet th th who participate ar- f the .pi- ,,,,
w"Hled, That omniissitantrwensShf i w '- ill exper in the household of Mr. anld Mrs. ion that a more elljyall ti i- ui I vrie's-M,.nd.Iss. .
swill e Broend t he s umof o$100)nd ta rl t olirn-,a 'llt *t ,)l i 1ii- l:lllaia- tli;has tuttreta, is taking a vacation thinkablh-. I ii '. urd
nlisionler Brooks thelt- suin of $500 in ukrsiln,.
opening road through fro Ouk Hll to ursdav. with frindls on the beach before return- Miss live Tuft arrived fr ,r I'alm l imn. Aigl Hall the ick Away
Itrevard county limtne if citizens of thaet i to lophkinsville, Ky.. her home Beach the forepart of the wete- :tan il l t
llrevardtl unl.sp n lift, if citizens of t!i.... .
east coast will pledge the sumitl of $10a at t an 'i tart- b I,.',try, "Awak, Thou That Sleep-
or more to assist In said ilmove, the saurii empnllctl in thlie val, ofr l, ili rtim I .l-rs. -'annim .Iosll, of Williamsville, u"ent house on I.ive ('ak ..iv,- iu,.. est '-- '. Sinila.-r."
pledged to be expended under tihesur- tIiiiLs vi.-itiag hi lr..t!r lynna 'Bre I thla Warll'-J. S.
vision of the county conruiissioners. e'l-i 'ear's, died at li t le of hi- -. lis. ion randview 1 Ma Il, ,..-s.
The clerk was instructed t t notify the,..it' r at lalrin hast .t t la-. e venue. le tod:ty r ath l i :I,,,!. I. t .,unt
.c'r'-taryaoftthe Goodl |itols:Asst..-cti,.n t. I-. Bi4nchi. who has spent the l o r .S.nof t ;.d toes Dirth
of Florida that at least three memlesl winterr with his parents on Halifax orti Dakota t \\Ar" '11. (' tii.r.
of the board would attend the lli.,t'it Mrs. \\in. Wi k il-as s,.ll hii .r avenue, leaves ine'xt week for New York. The 1 E i. \h,. ir i p.-atici ll. <-I .
held in P'ahltka, April 27, 1.)0.. interest in tue I:yol:l e ('iy ta F. 'urgman left Monday after- industriouslly this wik a fa- F.ter t' r- Ilxi 'n.('i:ai, Y.- laithatul'- lex-. .
The following resolution was a:alptl -i tI lhe ., l:il St-llalatIz estate. ,Mliverv i' nitn far Minaai to, attend the Great Mviess I I 'n, f 'loutnt, 'an .\! i t
and ordered spread onl the minutes' h t le In:mi tIhl fir st of Mlav I w 's ,,un,-i.tl f Florida, Imnproved Otrder of ada. sings a y ho aid thi<. t-lhaiar al- I <;-ior-ia.
lesolv.d, That the clerk tof thist loai-i !eti Menr. assisted by the orinchet-a. Sida \Il:,g,;i-:i a..' l'alel- Simuper
notify our NlIhep.'esetati ves a'- r S.,,ati n i t. t thwartt and neighbor, Mr. afternoon will e given up to .Mr-. lui- 11n,,. "n- ''ngels lii tiae tock Away'
that they favor an annual appiniIpiatoitt wi" tin e i lint posit. .M-. n ae gare and neighbors Mr. dick's primary class and 4suuday t'venri:, -l'>;,. T.sc,,t. t '
of $11i.1100 for coniduct'ting ltrmist'r 1- I:,r (' t lt' rsrty ,- VNllh-y s.reit by ri hi to the n termedook'rie caiha, aat hi:h ig, r. i -ti, -, .a rat l..iv -;,. 1I Read, i r
sThefol los. ing.r solution as adopt, l.o have s!.nt the .igrh v arnd cutting dnl elementt side- A cordial invitation is .xt. .lten t,, ail i11 v ;,. "n, ,..tSif,- i ( ', r, lh. it battle
andThe fled spigad on t.e n tt.. t, i versi have ail some t wiii- eks Ti'o alks- It will encourage tht' chihirenr' t,, I-.- 1 I- 1-t..
ind oldel td sa a ii i r there anti the sce ices thri ghllli..lit i:.
aohd. tWe r ur h.. ase' aiir praett t ll day will he unrusuially inhere.i'n .


senaives ii l :tlalia-a e o use.t all itiit .,',t i Ii':t i f'I' a ui-Tll iv nd Mrs. B. F .'. h I Ii,-'. .i L i
raih n ns iel t'il Ih' ;la:t : a f, r ,r V 1Sanftord *'gWednesday" for a ",.ci'a ioi A Xl. i:t t l la-
State h1;.il l ,toau ls law I:tt \ cll i a. I l ;a. t Lt S, f i- l ate-U
cotllitruct ;ld maintaiin a State i t 'l li, ts -n at Seleeze
of roads sullstantiallt y as proi i \ li\v-paissiit'vr o R1 MI, 1), April 6 -Mr and Mars. T. f -r .t-rl w ki. working in plans
the bill pl r retpard by the tood lo,:is to llrii i a:r in or-er. W\ill Ie 1. Sax y1-r and son. Everett, returned fr than' new 'larenitn wl hich is to
couive'ntiou in Apiil, 190,s. t soll cheap fiotr ullck sil Aply- ta St. l.uis tn tlFriday. Their stay for 'PORT ANG I .,.n-.- at avtona lleat-r this
The thai. uan,. S. iB. i w tis ti WEl \\ ta, Earl t\V ill ..nth itht us wa not pleaantt. / ... I .
ii Ioxxiae ama'iemestftebyan


D. Bradshaw were a .ppointd. a con !,i- W1,0Sbil... ilig t the sickiess ,f the boy and
tee to eadminshiae th Clrl k t i.,. aa t' liai t Mr. :Sawyc-r ;twas vonfitnd to the h,u.e PORT OlAN Apr.il ur ;:,t,:
tee to exailiiiie Samithi th rth'mcP- g a' ,- al' li
tr t xt r a w.vck with a severe cold. visitors are leaving rapiliy. Mr. aoi
rert. nxt eti Miss ...!a .:LM I :ker stlopel over Tla mother of Rev. (. W. Waldrn Mrs. (Gasser, Mr. anti Mr-. I titi., -
The follo\iing resolution was aio.l roptd ., tu r
'hie folhlirhg relstui,,, was :u t at u :t t l \b'iti';t fr l s' n'. lV hntil .i s dangerously ill at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. H% ilmarth. \\i:. it+t .,
and ordered l spread ln mllittlt:.?.M
Sr 'l'lnrsi t r a vi-sit xit'i Mr. aindl Mr. ainu Mrs. Frank Colby attended helhn, Mr. and Mrs. \i\-a,-. .MIa. I:
ictesolve'tl. Ti:tt h atft t.ra :nll 1.1\,;:al iI '.v r-r\i.e at Ithe lBaptist Clhurch in )Day- Thomlpson and Miss 1I:,,Uot a:,- :. ie, -
of the WI.l.and-'lld tiii riaal: I is a ti,,iv. Mr.. (' .Illitli. illi I:tik n.r ore't-t. t( a tI Slullt Illm rlin; departure.
01the til Sunday mimorin!. departures.,
wie find that the contract as ,lt rt' hle ln her r-tut i f iIrn from S A s- he. llrrittlrt tel has closed its Tuesday hea\-nsig lr th-ir'. t ,-. r .
ilitt, b thel fnnlerl aitrlt d-al. hiia'l I. ,.,.:- tl- t'. I tr I' ltllhom a:t \'t st I 'alm dtor after ,a veryv pro-pterous season. t" t he River Shore.
plied with, therefore we acttelt s.tl i le:ch. Th. Sacre Concert given at the Mr. Wickhiam wassh ,,t--,,.f ... .
rotal as a wlet. anid rlha--, ktaliaclrt',l Hltt'l oil Sunida:y evening was largely party Tue.sday eventiin!.
C.anllix s l. -.i M. a Ms .V. l iil tt-ml-A1 ly t he" lrmonditi-. mostly Mr. Siep and panty w.a;t -,..: ;.i 1
The treasurer's rc (: for 1.irii from the x,.-st tide. "F. McIDaniels sail boat .ant ,-tek
rh t et.!.t,:s ,l, : r ~ ~ th t,> r." ..i l. .. ,., "


examined an I approved ald l.paid wa
rauts destroyed.


I i 'll'la t'0 .\i i rs I I ;\ l ,li t' i 15 iv
'. l;V '\i: p :l c Thorntoni iHas closed his E-at
ii i hae t .l l 'h:trria'r c lie and his wife are al
he -p'an. .lIp. a l!.u rs IVa f, t 'r S prt.-, ii it l thllal see, where His Hotnor


j Mr. Brown is making \t,-i.- i\> i;n-
provemnents to thi. prtop-rt% I.
of Mrs. Dondilville.


nuiiit.nr.- l-ft \\ vdtliesday on mhis re-
'iri" n'olth. There is on exhibition
:it tle M1-'nir:tants I:ankl anl ex'elleant
i,-i'lii -k .ci. iv M r. l'ri t-e, tf the!
\\ st f 'r. -nt tf t 'h, I l-iiling as it \\ill
:t~'[ x.l v ht-li ',mliltte. l.


(irateful.for Daytona's Help.
li-' p'itn!o w,,n I,v the Kiingston
S.iI. in their rcet-lnt ot'. latest %%as ill-
-.tl I tiii "''ut'l'Tuesda-v. Tli
ir,.!c ,. !\in,-,t,,on aclr,-ciate the
:tsviait iv te i thln y l h their
fri ii. ill I avt ni anil rt-tumu their


Building


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PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AT THE FLEET REVIEW. ;
After Presitdent Rooasevelt halt reviewed thel returning battleship fleet
the bridge of the M:lyriowvr lit'e wenlt :almard tl he :lagship Connecticnt
reviewed and aitldressetd li b i-renw. This phlot,,r:tlph showss the president
Rear Admniral Sperry ion tihe d.ec-k of' the th;slhip. The president has bi
In hisi hand in resipotnse to thi salute tof the. stilrs lined up on the deck.
party is led by Assistianit 't' r-t:ary Satterl'ee aiill Sc-retary Newberry of
nav 'y dep| ri,.ti lt


All shoes are made in much
the same way.
Here's the difference.,
Stylish White House Shoes fitL
Not the ordia- L... .. !o
the fit that taL_- t: o "
break in. But L -- tt
feels snug the first tirc. And stays
S snug and graceful 1 me-s.

WHITE HOUSE SHOES.
lFor Mlen S .:0, $1.00. $S2.00 aiiln St;.(l. 'For \\omen :.5 0. $S4.00 and $5.00.


Andt a-, aiu' ttl aC ('Chaildrenm


There they go!
When skating aid coaslin th
youngsters need stout. ,il,-, -li
shoes-
Fit them out ix.'h ~-tl., .' i
Shoe3.
TIhen they'll ccii'. i;L.- -.-:. --..v
V nt' -.. Oi e.:'. ;
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THE PECK-IENDRICKS CO,. Davtoin




SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE.
t eau iti.-1.4. Iit IeIn me.I I I i t.-' uaraimt-e d i1, 1,I! .1 a',--i-% W it,
;ri. ali ,i-i NIit#ii-thiltI~ Ii I 'a I ti t, '-- at iii anai tI t ar
Swhen tweea awe in bloasm.
a 5Oc PeF Gciallon. 50 Gwl1*--%s makes 2.000 Gallons
J. SCUNARR A CO,. Mfx-s. ORLANDO. TALA


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- OUR- OURCi-AiRODoiNoaLorPBao R---ES-



OUR FOUR CARDINAL PRINCIPLES:-


ABSOLUTE SAFETY, in ,l


( 'apitil -
Surplus
Stockholderitcs L.i:,;ilii; y
Actuall se-Iluity tio tdltositrlrs


$ I (),()()E)
$250,000

$1?40,<(N
$45,74 u((


Ni 'I'I: 'his lk Ink is Number One ,,i the "hi-,,linor R .11" of
National iBnk. in l"'lri.,:. al XNo. 1,S7 in the whole
Ignited Statt-s, aim 'a over si\ iy iht. hlidreld National
1 anks.


CONSERVATISM


U Proven li t oil s<' l .':.1, i n. ,, n pi{. ;iili
SQUARE DEALING


Ask our Ipatron-a s.

COURTEOUS TREATMENT


ipien an at-'ount. with i -i aSa i '.,.- -l! i-lullinoi itrat- it.


FIRST NATIONAL BANK,


ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.


Notice to Tourists.

I1 m- ta n *ti tn 6 rvin- ert l. rai I( -s
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k SONIC DIRECTORY. -
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T l CefIMP


r. J. M. Wallace, of
was a Daytona visitor last


*We take this opportunity of
thanking our many friends and
patrons for the liberal patronage be-
stowed upon us the past winter. Our
stole will remain open all summer,
and during the months of June and
July will be in charge of S. W.
O'Brien, who needs no introduction
to you. Very Respectfully,
L. H. Ro,.: & Co., The Jewelers.
The Ridgewoo d Hotel closed Mon-
day for the season.
Mrs. D. A. Blodgett and party re-
turned Saturday from St. Augustine.
Geo. A. King, who was a umelmber
of the Gazette-News Daily force
during the season, left last week
for Fort Pierce.
Mrs C. 11. Stewart, who came up,
from Melbourne during race week
and has bee l with her parents, IMr
and Mrs. C. Nash, ietirnmed home
last Saturday.
Hugh Biacey came up from
Miami last Saturday for a short visit
with his relatives and friends iere.
Mr. Bracey is looking well and says
he likes it at Miami.
'Collars 2 cents, all stI yl f shirts
1lI cents, with work left and eall'-d
(\ fat )aytona Steam IAaundry. tf
Rev. and Mrs. I. S. T'abor, who
were visiting Mrs. 'T'alor's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. 1). Pitcher, on
Orange avenue, returned to their
home at DeLand the latter part o,f
last week.
The stork made a visit Thursday


Urmond,
Monday.


Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ross, of
Bowling Green, Ohio, left Tuesday
morning.
J. C. Pettepher has gone to
Brooklyn, N. Y. lie reports, "rather
cool up here."
Roy Hobbs, who has been em-
ployed in the Oliver garage, left
Monday for his home in Eau Claire,
Wis.
i'Four-room beach cottage for
sale, lot t55x,15) feet, half-mile south
of auto clubhouse. Price $7()0.
S. M. Dobbins.
Mrs. Celeste Hiinks,. proprietor of
i lie Magnolia, on North Ridgewood
avenue, made a business trip to
Palatka Friday of last week, return-
ing Saturday.
Carl Ilalpern, the popular young
photographer who has been at The
Willmer on South Palmetto avenue
for some time, went to St. Augustine
last week, enroute north.
Mrs. George Tebbetts and chil-
dren. who have been located with
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Curtis. on Beach
street for the past six weeks or
more, departed last week for their
hoine at Chicago, Ill.
NvXal's Face Cream for sunburn
and tan, 2."e.
Ilt\Klis, The Druggist.
.1. A Shanks & Son made up son e
very enticing "April Fool" candy.
with onion, cotton and wood foumr-
dations and judging from his sales
of it there must have been a number
of persons in this city and vicinity
who were also sold.


Nir a':ndlNI
Friday ivof 1l.,t
S~iii.~~'N.Y.


J II. Baker departed
week for Saratoga
Mr. Baker is the


evening of last week to the home oi( o~v m-r oi ttlhe Saratoga Inn, on South t
Rev. and Mrs. Herman U. l'Poter, I4':ca-'h street, and has been stopping I
on Loomis avenue, and presented durini the winter with Proprietor
them with a daughter as a comlpai .1Ilh .1. McGuire at that hostelry
ion for their little son. '1. and Mrs. W. F. Ball and
tjWill sell my launch, hull an l their daughter-in-law, Mrs. M. '.
engineteseparate or together, for i : i;ll, who were located with Mr.
offer. M. E. Fuller, lBox 1t;l, C'iy. and Mrs. ;George Beardsley, corner
Mr and Mrs. Currierf Oht range and Palmetto avenues,
Mr.andMrs.It. Currier,w
have been visiting with their ep i rtled list week for Washington,
friends, Rev. and Mrs. 1). II. Iuttr. elhia and ew York e
'at the M. E church h parsonage, left r'utte to their home at Fargo, N. I).
last Saturday for T'ampa, enroute to Will trade a :>8-foot launch, in
their-home at Springtield, Ma:-s. ,colmission, for an auto. W. A.
Iltarker. )rmonil, Fla. 4.>-4t
Charles K-upperliushl was in the
city from P'alatka on business s-ev Mlis Lo eral days this week. While l.te .c Ila morning for her homein Frank-
Mr. Kiupperbush, who is a bIrothe- flo't, Indi. .Iiss Killmer ranks high
in-law of Joseph )sboirne, .stlolped asa pIianist and will be greatly
with Mr. a Ms. and Ms. -)lorin, In lmised Ib tle lovers of music who
)range avenue. frciluentcd the "(Gator," where she-
S' al, 11 I lihas just finished the season's en-
oss-\ aluahle diamnon, stuil.
Reward of $ 50 will be given liidcr g1lti.ent. r
by returning to l)r. Sc-lhnciler, ; M. J ( Carver ant daugh
North ilidugewoo.I tf Ca
NrI tr, who have been visiting with
Capt. and Mrs. J. S. lHerbert came Mrs ('arver's parents, Mr. and Mrs
over from )Det.and last. eek willl1 A. W. Wells, corner of Magnolia and
Mr. and Mrs. 11. T. Met'lellan to 1Pal,,ett,, avenues, departed last
visit witi! them fr a time. ('Ct wi ek for th ir home at Detroit, t
and Mrs. Hlerbert have. the deep \h. Mr. ('arver is state agent for
sympathy of their nulmeilrous fricidls .the Lnlo In, iverpool and (Glol e
in this hocality in their recent e- Insu(rance CompIanL.
reavement. i
\val s Face ('rean for sunburt
Win. F. Hall, of C(h;aiel Ilill.. and, tin,." _..


N. C-, has purchased the Sanitary
Barber Shop of IR. (' Adams. aml
proposes to conduct it on good busi-
ness principles and at rcgul.r
prices. Mr. liail has secureI oine
of the lbach cottages onl hi rd
avenue and is occ1yintg it with his
wife and three idauihtlcrs.
"lonrt. To l.: i The lockhiavcii,.
at Weekapaug 1I. I. inar Wattic
Hill.; Apply to (ico. .. Stillicn:m.
Westerly, R. I.
Mr. and Mrs. C. ( Wi\ ins, \x i
have been occulpying thtlir w\inicr
home on Second 'avenue dluriiin, thli
winter, departed Monday afternio.n
fur Chicago. Mr. Wiggins ha;s fully
.recovered froni tihe elt-cts ,f Ihis f:ll
which laid him up for sever.dl ueckls
of his stay with a broken ieg.
Miss Ella Hllghes, whi spent tIhe
winter here as etertainicr ;it e
ltidgewool, departed last Saturtl.,.
for her home at 'rbana, lii,, lfiom
which place she will go to c'hia-.'
f.,r the sunumer. Miss Ilhughi wvii,
is a charming young lady. was v. \,
popular andt ilmade many fIleiiis -ii
side of the guests of ihw hiitcl.


I iH\ t-, \s, The D)ruggist.


M11rs. 1). A. lIlodgett's sisters, Mrs.
C'ihar.rs it. .Matthews, of Atlanta.
:a I Ni-. s i:. archer, ,f ocoa.
hlio lt coptlul ied her to St. Augus
tiie la-t week anid have been visit-
1inug with licr here, returned to Mrs
I',rchr.'tis hmne at C'ocoa Tuesday,
.tkii:g little. Mna ilBlodgett with
lit-mim fir a- few days' visit.
Nlr and Mlrs. A. .. Williams, whit
sl'cin snii time here at The Will-
im'r. l;e-partied S.tiinlu'dav last for Si.
A\uustin,- audil other points on theri
way t, their home at Cleveland.
>lii \\r. Williams is an old friend
ian, neih.Lr of i. K. Clark, of thei
tirti ,f .\n lersoun C(lark, pho
tig,'.iri-hrs. S.th iBeach street
I. 1. W:.,l.A..', who has been en
L;:i,,ld duriiig the winter in the jol.
(heparntulclit of the G(azette-News
,.liii-. left Suiday afternoon to take'
a position ftor the summer at Wi,-
-a.-se;, Maine, at. which place he was
employed before coming to Florida.
Mr Wallace is a most agreeable
vyoung imaln as he is also a thoroughly
compel int jobil printer and it is
.i i n i ". .!


T. F. Williams has had an auto-! Tomorrow will be Easter Sunday.
mobile house erected in the rear of B. Case, of Port Orange, was a
I J. B. Case, of Port Oran*ee, was a
is residence on Orange avenue. IDayt ,na visitor Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman, whoI D. Rogers made a business,
Occupied one of the Hough cottages, trip to St. Augustine and Jackson-
m Cottage avenue, departed Tues- ville Thursday.
lay for their home in Bowling .
Ireen, Ohior J. L. Odum and family removed
Saturday from north Beach street to
Miss Jeanette Jackson, who has Ora street, Seabreeze.
been visiting Laurence Thompson i
.nd family, at Daytona Beach, the Mrs Wm. Wicking this week sold
past three months, left Tuesday for her Beach street property, the ier-
-side, to Mlrs. Julia Martin.
ler home at Cincinnati, Ohio.side, to Mrs. Jua Martin.
fM. Seabrook Sams, of Courtenav
G. J. Gundlfinger and family.who M Sabrook ams, Of urtenav,
e been uing r. erritts Iland, was in the city sev-
La v e b e e n o c c u p y in g D r. H H e r al d a v s t h i s w e e k relt u r n ill ". h o m e
Seelye's house on South Ridgewood eral days this week returning home
'Wednesday afternoon.
avenue during the season, left Sun- afternoon.
lay for their home in Philadelpnia. Mr. and Mrs. F. IB. Wright carme
Judge an rel, down from St. Augustine Sunday
ge an Mrs. J. M. eresniht for a few days iit with Col.
guests of The Ridgewood during the C. Bin and family.
C. Ml. Bingham and family.
eason and personal friends of Mr.:
and Mrs. G. B. Seaman, left Monday F A. Root, iropiietor of Isot's
afternoon for their home in Mil- Dry Dlck, is erecting a large shed
vaukee, Wis. for the storage of boats, on the bank
Sof the river west of his wharf.
SThe invitations are out for an Ed. Mansfield, who was injured
Easter Monday card party to le:
ven at the aside Dayt by an automobile Tuesday of last
given at the Seaside Inn, Davt( nai a
each, by r11 twart, f tt week is reported as rapidly improv-
k-each, by Mrs.ll F. Stewart. of that
hostelry and .-s. tharls E. Card.- ing and will soon be out of the hIls-
hostehrv and MIrs. Charles E. Gardi-
pital.
ner, of this city. p
Mrs. W. S. Smyth. of (Chicago,
Mr. and Mrs. W. ,i. Ikllo,;s and Ill., an old friend of Mrs. ('. H. Ab-
rs. Bellows' mother. who have bott, of Bay street, departed for
been occupying the (ox cottage (m home Thursday, after spending the
Orange avenue, west of the railroad, winter here.
during the winter, left Saturday fot
their home at Jackson, Mich. Lew Smith, man.taer of the DIay-
tona lee Company, Tuesday sold his
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Ileekman, of residence property, cornerof \olsia
Daytona Beach. and Wl. Allen, of avenue and First street, ItI the Adam
Volusia avenue, with E. Wycoff, as $ Sch.utz estate.
chaffeur, formed an automobile party ad p i
ind started for (rlando Tuesdayi .. .
nn tit s e a spent the seas ,n at Mr. G:Ciile's
morning in Mr. Allens k arhandsome winter home at l)a\tona
Jesse Karrick has been at home Beach, departed Wedne.sday for
this week on a visit, lie. has re- Cincinnati, Ohio.
signed his position at Miami and S .. 11. Moseley left Thtrslay fr
thinks of accepting a place offered Asbury Park, N. J., to locate a suit-
iin at Key West, unless he finds able summer hotel. ls wife a
something else nearer home to suit daughter will keep the The (Galles
hi. open until the tirst of May
Mrs. F..1. Niver and little son, Peter iSims andl family, h
D[nald, are at St. Augustine for a ave been occupying their eleat
visit with Mr. Niver's mother, Mrs. ,inter hme on outh ah str
Winter hoine on South lIc'ach street
S. A. Smith, who had been visiting duri the seas, ft Modla in
with them here a;rd whom they ae- their return t, St. l ',I.. Ml .
companied on her return home last
Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Janus A. Brydcn.
pri m'inent people of Milwaukee.
Mrs. (arrie Morehouse, who con- ih hve ben 1est l'., ..
j is, who have been guests of Th 1
ducted an art goods and jewelry | r f I
ted a art s jel Magnolia for the past two or three
business at The ('larendon and after mnths, t Thursday f: r the
m months, left Thursdav for thlle norii
the fire brought the goods saved to
Mrs. M. L. Lewis' place of business C. F. ourgian, of Seabreeze. idl
ou Magnolia avenue for dlispos,,l, de. W. (G. Iolbs aln Walter S. EJ-
parted Tuesday for r hr home at wards, of this 'ity. were in1 ,ttl.li-
Middlebury, Vt. ance at the Great Couiil i f I,' d

Mr. and Mrs. E. M. liolnan left en, held a i t
iMonday for Philadelphia where
their son, Albert, is attending col- *5 or 6 doses (6" ill u nre a:iy
l~ge, from which place Mrs. Ilolma;n case 'oft' ( C'hlls ;a, t"c.-r. 'i icc "L'..
wall go to their old home, Worcester, I,...is
fass., and Mr. Holonman to Dunkirk, Mr,. Mrs.. W. l:i.ll, f r
N. Y., where he expects to embark f,rt, Iu1d.. were iin the c'i-v ...vc\ra
.i the jewelry business. days this week at 'hl WHilhrim


WORMTY Of ceumi
An Offer Baiedd UpIby 0edie e

We wi:1 either cure you of constipao

or pay for all the medicine used during the
trial. You pay us nothing if we fail.
That's a mighty broad statement, and Ie
mean every word of it. We will back it
up with our own personal reputation, too.
Could anything be more fair and secure
for you.
The most scientific, common sense treat.
ment is Rexall Orderlies. Their active
principle is a very recent scientific dis.
cover that is odorless, colorless and taste-
-.s; very pronounced, gentle and pleasant
in its action, and particularly agreeable in
every way. This ingredient does not
cause any diarrhaca, nausea, flatulence or
griping. Rexall Orderlies are a pleasant
to take as candy and are particularlygood
for children and delicate persons.
If you suffer from chronic or habitual
constipation, or the associate or dependent
chronic ailments, we urge you to tryRexall
Orderlies at our risk. Remember, you
can only get them at our stores. Thirty
six tablets, 25 cents and twelve tablets
ten cents.
liarth It. You4ig. l)atona, Fla.

J. C. Young, Garth B. Young's
father, left Sunday for St. Augus-
tine, where he was to join Mrs.
Young and proceed to their home at
Frankford, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewit Eckler, who
have been located for the season in
the Ellenwood cottage on Bay street,
left yesterday for their home at
(''oRierstown Y.
Mr. and Mrs. t. Mason, who
spent the winter in the Isleof Pine.s,
returned to Daytona Thursday and
are with their friends, Mr. and Mrs.
EI. 11. Shoemaker, on Third avenue.
'FnR Su .I:--A five-passenger Reo
touring car in good order. Will be
sold cheap for quick sale. Apply to
Earle Williamson at Malev's Hard-
ware store.
Mrs. S. 1'. Leland will have charge.
of tile tea at the Palmetto Club
rm)ll- next Thursday afternoon.
The meeting hour of the last club
day, April 22, has been changed
from 2:.",i until 1 .::t p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Randall arrived
in the city from Freeport. L. l.. last
Saturday, to complete the transfer of
the Coleman property on South
ijidigewood avenue, which they pur-
chased while here earlier in the
season.
Dr. andi Mrs. J. E. Rawlings de-
parted .l st Sunday for Virginia,
where they were called by the seri-
ous illness of the doctor's sister. A
card states that she is much better
an1i Dr. Itawlings will return next.
l'hursday.


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II. I. Ilarward, who acted asl
manager of the Parkinson House for|
Mrs. I. S. Lillow. left Monday f,,rl
his home at Apex, X. C., where lhe
will spend, a short time and then go
on to New York and the Catskills.
'where lie will conduct a summer l
ii, ,t,. i

la'Lre number of the friewlns iof
MIrs;. 1Henrv Schmidt were present
:It S-hnuhrt's IHtel Tuesday evening I
..a.it ha layi erbrha


.. ..> ., t,, ;ssi.-t that hliuv in her birthdavy
'5 or 6 doses "666 will cure any o,oninuirug here from ( -l:anlho. I sitaerv .rt
case of (Chills and Fever. Price 2c. are d fren's an! neighbors ,f eb'at-n. Music. refreshments
.-:.mos M. Smith, at th,- Ick llenIlrick. an ,a generall good time was the'
store, whose lresenuce at Ia;\t, n.i :l r(.r f the evening.
SI. 1. iFve left Monday for .lack- '
I- F" lrew them hene. Mrs. 1. K. Il;alev, of Terre
sonville where Mrs. }"ove expected -I
t, join him yesterday and con(inuei Mr. and Mrs. I. 1" !lnA. ,N hate. Im., and rs. Margaret
to their home at Cedar Rapids.' gave an informal car.I paltv T,.-, ith all two daughters, tf .Jiet.
Iowa. Mr. and IMrs. Fove have been day night at their home ,n a' lave ben lad during
spending the winter with Mlrs. street. Thereer re ti-ce tl,!.- ,, f li winter in the ('arsn ettage ,
Ii -Iia Iavenaue, left 'Wednesda
Fove's mother, NIrs. Kath"rine p: lavyrs aind the game h v i let We nes
Beebe, on Ii we-qn. si~e~rv1ul :i, :t ,.rv ,-,.l..,t i ,, ,li 's are daughters of Alex. Burden.
were serve.41 l clurden.ht -


Mrs. Archibaldl Wilson and her
sister. Mrs. Ilarriett Scnrler, l-ft
Monday morning for New York,


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where Mrs Wilson will remain. The change, f s.heiehi. .ith L -
Mrs. Semnler will go to hcr h,'me inaugurnit *last Tues.ay t\.s I-,-
at Milwaukee, Wis. Mrs. Wil-n, n.deparlu e of trains from the north .1.
who held a position in ('lark's sta- I)aytv.na at 12:"' p. in.. I1: I p. ni
tionery store dur-ing the wiitecr, was and ': 1 p iln., \\hlll- 'rini, !!a. i
joined lh re reveal l y vMrs.. S ile-r. the stoliiu wil! le:,ve -,t 1:1 itn.
2:2'; i i.. and .: I I p. I t) \! '
Mrs. (Chena littus al,! sister. Mrs. 1m- a2r Vy. t coach- s.
Trotter, of Svracutse. N. Y., wh,
have been for se\ieral weeks ili Mrs. .Jaco' ReStse an 1 ;uIlu. _Vi
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r. an- M t1 e1ee l i-Leai .-lu-,. l'n i
Orange avenue, 'letartelI M,.ndlav
for Orange (Ciy anld Saford to
make the St. .lohns river trip to
Jacksonville and front that city to,
New Y,,rk by the ('lvde Liie.


Two of the l reacen lrot hers. \ Lo
were with tihe h, ,cmntehctit. "C'(helLi h.
left for the nirtih icy train Saturlay..
while tlhe thiir mt o nin ,g :iluh:c"-I the "I('hi ,l:etih.'l
houn I fir New Y k. with B. W
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It Il tilit Iu \ lI lll lt i 'h *S I i I "
winter :t Mr-,. II'ct-ec's \\i:tc r : :'.
*in S uth Pll ,it'. ;i ..-n n.-. in,.t .a:-',-
X\,ultcSil.s a fi,- I 'i -I,.'t !, i... .\1-
thllouglih .M'rs. ,t,,s,1 s.,!.ti p1 ,, ert\
here ',ast. ,pr.-\i.its l., ,,-r f I e,
she says shie expectl-,t t> i''I!;',,11
1 avt,,ina again nex' wiv'*,-r

A. X. WVeslev. whao v;i, :la mi-n! er-
of the ID.ily News, f: r.-ce rin-, '. 0,.-
s a':son andl wa ,,,I i r' i n 4 i .i; U' 1 ;T'. I -
wa-q
wtas s-ttinhg thv.- hi-,:lv i--ai :-',
1 .1 IT


NMr',. L. F. Curti- and Miss Curtis,
vwh., were with Mr. and Mrs. -GeotrP
lIcar.isley last week. returned to
raninge City Saturday hoping to
'rt'rai1;h1 I-Mr. Cuirtis tto come over:
t11l see )Davton:a with which thev
:tr-'- -ha r.nl. They are frim New
il f ,rl. (',t.. but have been spendiing
lth. wint,.r at range C'ity.

War-, (;. I Foster. of F',ster a levy-
,i. I 's. arrive-il from Palm kach
witi his family Monday afternoon
:!: I ,onitinu1!.d northward Tuesday.
" ,- .paii;mie.l lvy Miss (-. E. Shaw.
w\\l h:as, been in charge of the office
hre. :-il Mr. Biunieil, tif the ,ffli.e
at Mli ti Th'ey will open the office
.' 1. i, .,-<' a-a:iiin l ext winter


(. (. C'hamInrlin closed Tlhe Pal-
ii.-.'. S mi.dfi anid departed f,,r the.
, .! I ;-, ' \ '- I. r diin,n whho returns to
.-r !-.le at IIusto.n, while he g s
S ::.,iliia h'ark. N. Y here he


JOE OSBORNE,




Saitiry PtH^. BEt *







Complete Gas Plants Installed.

Plumbing and Heating Supplies.

Brass and ialv. Pipe and Fittings.


Fairbanks & Morse Engines & Pumps.

S Niagara Hydraulic Rams.

Ireland Pipe Wrenches.




JOE OSBORNE, The Plnber,

Phone 96. 11 Orange Avenue.

3U 1"A


BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAl i


d. SCHINEIDr.,. \. 1).
Physician and Surgeon.
302 North Ricigewood
Phone 193, DIaytona, Florida
O)tice hours: 10 to 12 a. mi..
to t> S p. In.

1)R. Jl. 1 kA\\'LI(IS

Pf physician & SLurIiIeCoiL
Office or Volusia avelntle firstt ,loc,r


west of Hankins P'harmacy.


E. L. STEWART
Physician and Surgeon
Special attention to diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose. Office
and residence, Magnolia avennll, 3rd:
door west of P. 0., telephone $2.
Sctl o c hcur: a It 11i. to .1 p. 111.

(. A. KL )CK
Physician and Surgeon-
special attention given to I ist.a-.'s of
the Eyeanid Fitting of :;auss-s. tttice
ov-r G;lobe .lo4tiring .mOnr-. ( *lii,- hiiLur,


Fitzgerald & Oates
Attorneys at Law
Special Attention to Examining and
Perfecting Land Titles.
Conrad Block, DAYTONA, FLA.

'arrv I,. landis Bert Flsh
LANDIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
Practicing in all State and Federal
courtt Ci'vll or Criminal business giv-
*n- careful attention. Special facilities
for Investigating and perfecting titles.
DeLand. Florida.

TITLES INSURED .
Volusia County Abstract, Investment
and Title Insurance Codtpany.
Abstracts furnished and titles perfect-
-.d. Maps, Plats and Blue Prints sup-
llned. Bert Fish, Pres; Carey D. Landis,
S%-c'v and Treas. Opposite Voluia Cuo.
Hunk. !teLand, Fla.

1). D1. & C. M. ROGERS
Civil Engineers


Offices DAYTONA and
Si MIAMI, FLA.


i t %4 a. in. I to ::: p. i..7 o %:t- p.* I)avtona Office Established 1875
I)AY'I'c N A, FI.A.

M. JOSIE ROGERS, M. D. )aytona Private Mos-
p ital and Sanitarium
HomlCopathic Phxhsicl ul Everyfacllltyforthepropertreatment
and care of medical and surgical cases.
No. 453 North ck'achl Street. I'aectrlcal appliances trained nurses.
c tjult surroundings. Special attention
Office Hours, 12:30 to 2:30 anlI '(O0 given toall patients Terms on appli-
to I -aticon. No 4:uS.n Beach St.. aytona.
t 7: 30. r.G. A KLOCK
Telephone No. 122. Phy-tlrlan I'harge.

1). A. (k)I : A. O'NCILL

dentist O(STIOPATI1


4,1 .'.': 4 ',ru r itucicuT' ieIdIu-ii


Anderson Building,
So. Beach Street.


PHONE S9 t

PO N ,Y I RV\I:. X. 1 -. S II. G O V .
Physic'iidtl l n SUl'cOll. \ichitect Builder and
Office and residence: 123 S.. I.ic!..- Contractor
wood Avnuce, Ii lwant IR.sidnc e and office, northeast cor-
tel. l'hone 17.5. (thicre hours: 9 to ner Ridgewo4od and Volusiaave.
11 a. m., 2 to 4 aud 6::30 to, p. mi. 'Phoue 89. Daytona, FaI

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" V'rVrw rv7'vV' v '''W" w -vTr -'W'--v'T-v' -T


Mateo Cigars


Have Made


A Reputation of


Their Own.


ThC -~te 4'.-s4 t~ thc 'Sall dtt( ( ''a r 1is4one*of
the grreatv.'~t iiititlstt'iIl''liutillpuhls of tihe East('o~ast
f.rrt liv freezr.~
MA Ii frcmu a thf i-si eeavi t hat he ell peni
silaof 'h~nh- ar : h- I~>a j Idd(-;u ilt ithif-uce. :imiuhwrap-
podc wdi th t- ~hc-Hl. s.~.:~!2Iwm-ii .Ast ('oa~t plantatiomas,
the ~-gr I n;i-t-! I u --, ryh-I ha.- it* tr ycro( I ;-t-d bouttr g,..odts
For sale .v all th,- ''all iI. a nidl a aildIov hTie ni in
Ntw C Iw a ni1lv I(,.,'vverv t!'aifrt eiic'm'lmug 1.'I 14 hcl
Twenty size'-;' 4styles :ll(1d r t(w .t-Ae~4~c~t trflil.


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property. niiti' i tw irili tii rit i .t- --.-...- -
Mr. Snider went to loLe Sounl tion, artistic cottages \vith roinv, ve- mother, at about 1(0:30( o'clock, who
randas looking out upn l her ibo,-rn. told himt a man was approaching
last Saturday for a visit of about gar fod it in .-. ,,:n:.- nmlers t e i a Sspicious manner.
two weeks and on his return will beckoning, as it were. tI tho.-<' i;th r-d
comillete arrangenttiits for the and reel: her i.stA, i cktdWtd ith duck rlars were a source of
building of these houses and other 'd ci t alnd sn1wv-winl_.d t'-:-a birds, est tt all t Daytona s citizens about
i m. s which .it about :as if fo,! tihet sport .,f that time, Mr. Stanley got his re-
il'roveents iic has hobbinig uponr her wavers: atlih 1hat vlver ani stepped to the window
temuplation. lubberly old white hadti.d p. lican I.t just ill time to see a man eter the
The work of clearing up the a fat illrllt, and:id that ti:h liawIk .-tri- n- t
ground, preiarator i t Ii g -upward ithi is ttn' lri!g Ia ront gate, stand his wheel and start
~~~~~iletground, preparatory to us, le. upward with las liri lw
will son commence and Mr. Gove hi snattlhd front the water, silitiv toward the house.
will go to California about the autiful luzi-iihes, s:pi.k and. ir. Stanley opened the window'
will go, to California allout tlie lirst
o y to suy tis partiulat span. their hIlniprs anid locker- I)ulgiIn and called loudly to the man to state
of May to study this particular stTyle with rfresttins t,,it sl n r li uid ine and busires at once or he
of architecture, which '.ill (illsti- r.adv for a rtli.< upon I"r -;utiful
I 01 (l shoot. The man without re-I
tute a new and unique departure il surfa-c Take (ut y'ur ti-l.i u tt n wit t
the building line in this city. Mlr. sweep tl rivt-r r fro in o.m't bridge t'I ly illug stepped, behind sone shrub
Covre expects t,) be gone several P'oiic Park lilhit hlue, thln say bterv andl Mr. Stanley. after counting
Weks whl.ther the ll:alifax: i n't a thlig &f three, tired at the figure behind the
eks, but hs rtn au and j.oy f,,r,-ver, aridl or, ,f bush and still receiving no answer
thle work of construction of te Ihun- te!i ntiodern wonders-.
galows will be entered uponl. Ihe linchantinglv kturesque Riigeldi. ihe 0red two more shots before the
Daytona is to be congratlllated lidgwotd a.-t i' i, tll itr,.t Jf fellow, who pr,'ved to be a new man,
Sthe fat that a an of Mr. a road ridge e,. .tr:ighut : t, the crow flit.s. on the sa(litarv force, decided it was
up)on the fact that ai man of Mr. ,
: .amitlth \\wid.,-.plrlddH^ irr lnchl,'s ,f ttn- titie t, m-ake ood. i^ e tiust have
Enider's wealth is showing s, luli tit -s lii -,a,. fill r tie to ake good. e ust have
interest ii the developmenit't tf i inn trhat l Iplenty of terve to take such
interest in the development of th t i aO lt an ri :i ;r'.-s tl:is ni gnii-t'.iti .h.,- I I I
city and a project (of this niagnuituti l fre ini g n l :arct, aid froi li .,' ,\xt.it -
lends encouragement to oithters o *id arms great ft.,> .. af .Sai.i i,,..
I sw:t as~ ie tr:lc \iin..:i ti:,ill, triopic.sc.a Burglars Paid Several Visits.
make investments in the llace. fi fil ttihi. l. ki ..tr: ti;ht :h d 'iLe urgars continued t keep
Ine lmrrglars coutinued t.) keep
tOl i A 1it 4- ll ll -t!-"t tw:r t has th- i'- rn-
A RIIANT S IA VNT ptsSioltof afairy pit t, it li.- l ti dr vt- iatna tizen-s on the alert
A it.RILLIA OI lt a.- ypou nmv l..' l li, tln ctit.-t thirughliott last week and Saturday
OvftfIII I WLI lir-t tit rlglt 1 -i!t I lit I tow tth' Inlight ltiey miade attempts to enter
OCCUKKRING AS H lft yi ,-c di,-ti.g,:i-li (4l c:,t.tag1 hir.. several htlouses, and did succeed in


ill the ( lit o--l tIdl lbh:'fl! -s ttilngs
SYI X .%urpLassing Icaut) it our ottxagc Hlimes.
Was tMe Reiception (iven by Sev' Nto tlt' f I laytu(it : ttl:.tilars. tp'-
Shalps cll oin t :i: dsl i in r nearly uaiivU iVter
eral of I)aytona's Social .ilteiltin island praise than d'i >s i li- .tatii
tlie a r ta. '-. 'Till sr 'f. ln.-.f cliwch n -
Leaders Friday. -
hill vi1 h.63S' !il flirom f \ "V I "Crinv r of th
One of l l it ist bmil lia t .(( ial c(ililitlrv a td thty le rin l 'ii : i v\ili it-i i-
fulitliolis of tlht ." Sf iltti tI.>\\u alt tl h t l t- 1 i r-i tll:t ria :r it t i!l ilti n i thii-. nied
-ose, wa.s tilt rt Iti, i't ailitt- f an ef t
M elaiiierv Sairr< i.'it lwa rt- :ti!>t : tul, <-l "-ll -
day ilherli. on of last ek l y uthc a other so do >our lhoini.- d Mesidame Saral It. '-hrli, N- wrd a :tn d t


A-. I'i-, lMurr.iy Ii. Atlillllmiaii :tm
I'red .1I. Niv-er at tlh .S- iril.: i -i-
tiefce, onl South iidgewod axVentuie,
wlicl Mrs. ('Cthrani is octliil\ iltr
iltlii- 1 n the winter.
'Diuring the hitoirs desigruat-,I.
from three to five t,'-hlck, lihis liaald-
somei lion e was thlronigel illt :t


ch ipaing art\ otf leganly >(\ia-til
ladies.
The parlor tldeiorations \\er
red anllI greet, salvi.ts fr'tning tiw
basis of the brighter tolor l-, ister.-
of tlhe.-sf lict,\ erls l,-ig ulso t, 'dl ;i -
pentants alboult tle chaniflit'rs-.
being srtusitpilud ely a rtistivia!l\
froni vari'ts p, ints by lin-tii.t s ,,


fl1t li Ii u)l' n itot 'Ti rtI :tI. a tIII l n lil.
utous rI ',w o(Af .-trikiI Ily :-i ui!-: l I:n';i:!'4,
lilut the yet, wit it 5u e('p.-s 1y. i.- trti :at -
to a kalt-idst-t'llic cha g.tiig hiiarh k,' -;"n
lti- inid Iil ondt-initg "'\\h:tt! t'l
Strccts and Pa 'enulint the Most and tKct.
\\Wlhy tlh Architi-ct ,f li- I iii\ lr,-
th-ll .--< tIi gi l(- to( h ilit t l ia l Ith !t .>il :ti ;
iitirabl,i i:, ittr .,!
- -ttling ofl all tha ('ill-.' 1 t( h. S, .tli .t
ii ,t ai. -va', h lut thti1 -t,'hl i; a f:st


t1Ie-rnvtvr. h %%i I -tiasllu it:%'4t V- .tla '41-
bt).-ervtIr. \\Witih SUrii lat\i.h \wr;tilth ,,f
natutiral It u': tllV ii t i rItaill' a.'n ai -' t I" aiiiII
f.'" t- t lit a tild of (f" ti is', -',v, t hI lilt !i
tlii nigii^ tu out tl it.'c'l -' : llli t. llt4 1 lit .- -, f ti<- \I' ,
Spictlur.
M :ti lid ilull i10 in tl I l i iII otiil f!
Ilt e tr I v. ith l it .11t a i t, i:,1 l ii.> Of


FUGITIVESPAR BUOYS


Rescuing These Stray "Sticks"
Is Perilous Work.


SIGNBOARDS OF CHANNELS.


MOE IMPROVEMENTS IN r Another Hotel.
The Modern Mrs. Jacob Reese last Saturday

SIGHT OR DAYTONiA. sold her residence property on Saiith
Seven Wonders Palmetto avenue, between Magnolia
.,. Seven Wonde to Edward
i and Palmetto avenues, to Edward
T. A. Snider Buys Property in I)a.tonas Incomparallc ocean Beach. I. Mae who at once transferred it
South Part of City and ie of l)aytona m croning glri(es is to, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Mabette, who
hll r incomparable beach. *'No one wiho have thils winter conducted The
Erect Number of Cottages. ever set foot upon its .smooth, packed osedale, at which place Mr. Mace
T. A. Sniper, the Cincinnati mil- hands; one wh vr edalhas spent the season. The house
,.ictn e rvel. ,vpr its expanrise; n' ,le wo everhas e seasn. The house
lionaire catsup manufacturer, pur-l,(r,,ve a Ipra:itiig pair of h,,s and li-t- will be moved further back on the I
chased Friday afternoon of last ended to tie popp!ing o.f thir zi l -Ite es lot andt will be remodeled and en-
week a large t:.: t of land (,f Louis upon its a.-plaltun,-ii;k face; i' onI- large for hotel purposes. This is:
Adler, situated on South street and who ever steered a high-tiw)'" autolin a nice piece of property near the.
extending from idge d to l ile down the iro.: st stretch of wave-
extending from idg ootwalhed and l lrf- :pck- l ,-and ut real- center of the city, and should prove
metto avenue, with a frlontage on ized th:lt it is a worhl-br:,ttr, a world- a inUe location for a small hotel.
these streets of 22)- feet. wonder. <;o stand upon this wide
Mr. Snider, who is a warm per- spleedway and see the happy .,uls ihit Mistaken For Burglar.
sonal friend of S. H (ove. has by in jy'ous m l. and answr whether
nthiN is not ,r.e of ti, s even othr, Itne night the latter part of last
given Mr. Cove the cuntrat fr. week, L. Stanley, who occupied
seven cottages .f the (alifornia, The Placid. Pellucid talifax Rier. the .1. 11. Allen house, on South Pal-
bungalow style; three more are under Where think vol is waiter with mr w h
S- 1. itto avenue, with his wife and
consideration to be erected on this picturt.-ucle surrouiiniiiig. N:atly :
...:i.... i.. :.......i. l ...... ..t,.. parents, was awakened by his


two vases, abut got little plunder for in a narrow channel cause a daigrus
ir l. .: 1 r tam. But such cases are few. for
thiir labor. They made an effort to when this happens the weight f the
get, iit" .1 itice 11 T. Titus house l-e usually toness so great as to, fil'rce'
ll 'aiutletto avenue, (eorge Beards ithie hucoy under,. adl the pa,'-k sli!.'s i.
ic If the ice pack gets under tliht Il.-y
v. ali e avenue, and else o i s to lift it there is only ont" r'.-n:t
\vl'i're. the parting of the cable. Tl'hn *iff
At .I. A. Shanks', on South Pal- tiarits the spar upon a j.,nrut-.y u;i:ri.t,..
of thousands of illles. perhaps .,f ,I!
inlt > avt'lue, thety got into the one or two. It may fetch lup, onl ihl
kit h i anid palitry on the lowe-r nearest shore, and it miay drift t, !the
! ,'I. ,utt ;appear to have taken noth- "oast of Europe -r nto the .l h.ll
Seas. On the Irish cist tolda: is 's'ie
illn-., altllltugh there was silverware w-hht'h traveled there In six weeks frOnit
ex (*'t ', 11 iacv carried off. At this ; New York arlor. It was ir. s-rtel
i a l b tiing o. to the British government by the lUnit-
11 a laughabL u ed Stattes and now flo ts ,ftt the, c,-ast.
In seekiil- a wayt to the upper floor' on whi.h it stjopl5ed after its 1slg. At-
of dli lite ,e thiev went t, thle il clt, j,,tirney.
i If It 8 a n hng chase to flinl the strl-n
tr,,ite ,f remniving a iiutdotv froi buys It Is ev-en a mi re diii. ,lt :t-k to
the hatli rioWin and on gaining enl- re.-. ver the ani-hors h-ft ,chinl 1iy t' i
tran- .' f-'nind the door open anlti fugitive spars. Ten.lers ihat -;<-il 'unt
S, of tlhe harlor have a dlrri. k a:ii. t:l. '. <-
!ag to passage way. the ron rigged In front of thei. iillt ,lh,,:-th. w\\lh
i.-ii;g dIet.'-ed from the main a donkey engine to, lift awll pu'! The-
hitllin liThev tco hulhave walkle lo-atlon of every buoy is n:iark..al


r(it Iond anIl entered by the Uoar.
At lte lDr. Seelvo result ee, onu
ti: 1 w,.wo, d :ivelnue, (occupied I.vy (
I. (unildltinger and family, they
li tlite iilintiiielit SuIII of tifteen
-intls. a bottle of beer and solte
1 1 1 .


grle ritilibbo The u iantles uI. 'li. tt'trkage- ,, ,. ,t lir ,iit ., I-. ,u S a -' i r tli ri" l d igtght lt cli.
banked wivih ferns, -.alv i amiian pal l r ".tr t
Aintd 'le is i's, ut..i asd i : A t -, at il..- Examining Wedding Gifts.
iitl'.o Ihtats ist) it-ing utt iI i that 1 ....k :t,1 n:t ik ga : it<-.- h -r. "- Women viewing another womania 's
hdeti rati(ns,and tin electric light ,-i,. l-,,ti-,, 1n ;i,, -.ii, i> : au.d e, ll. eddling pret-sen ts say things which
globes were ut'vri',.,! ith cti-r ..tat '" >s iti.intv 1n4 -4> -t In|t,,p.irtin t,,' are likely to be mtiisinterpreted." sali
paper loer\\ts like liarg tu. li 'iait.-s 1ll ,n,,- unli.-ai l- 'f the Ibachelor who declares hle hates
Sri tl ,, ll t tl i l l ,I r-li ,it.- ... :;i, t r, l: : ti g. ati goes when lu
red n the a nd ylloit-ed, itaccordlng t(o the Wash.ing:on
ining roomt, tihe roos ilt d-.rk Squirrcls. t.l crs.. Lirds and Fruits. lPrt. -awl Iother thigs whc f:l
clie1 anit the lil" t tit-rtid d it. a haltt.-r '. > >h,,it, ,,4 ,-I. ,;, t-alie nlterpretatlon would
S. c ,i <-alpliinentaryu to the bride or to thel
a ver" delilihtful ti ectl. Thit 1uinitii, t I'%\vt-r "uhl'i-i "rt sir -\' ,.: i'," ,,l i\ t.rs. it'* the way of the s ex, I supi
roini decorati, is were i gri anidl I*v t a" !niuh 'uit ih 114 "'<, l,-.I Niow, whiy is it that the most
,tld, II 'titit, -.|uiilit l< :1 1, i ('u.ri t`! t- :, i ,'( iii-ni,) remark of the wonlleu who
g'tld, nstt-iu .eltt at ll
Sfnulit.. 1 v. ill -til at l!ri:i :iutt i- it i t .ld ;nare lhispe. ting the layout of silver and
the color ellect. n ,i-, t -, a!,. iil- :, ,, i, t a u t glass and other gifts mlore or le.-s
TI'he eflesihnlle t- t were s .: il .v I t ,., I \ -, a : i~.~' ,'"....- t''ful is. 'What a lot of Ipresents she
a liumbter of vlrh.ri i i.' voti la,,is, t," tI'a ,, a l .nn" r,.,i,-;. ,,',,,',' n t ,t" They don't mean anything un
i I i i au i. i t i ur ;. l, "i t, l. ki l but the inference an uulultlat
MAiss .ltal> Br alitt owlillig r.si, n,!i ,id u r. ',: .. e.. lto,,.pr would draw is that the3
at the t;l-hci howl il the itil fli !.r why'n-i .t she got so many. as if b.3
riihllas she shouldn't have had half atw
Mic w friitd I hti- I )f ci course they vary the re
olintade l orcit-tLra. th. vc:ar ., l: -t. .ni :s n, l:irk. "' na a lucky girl!" says one.
va:iii t.il, i! iler }I. ,,:,i. :: :, .. ni ,,!., r ias if she would like to add. "Some per
hi.- :a p.'hrti:i: .' ;. 1 .. ''l, :n,.l, sons hl ave too muIlch luck.' And anll
Resolutions of Respect. ti,- -.:vi,.- :a.: :. ; .-iii- ithr sais. l wuouder where they all
l est lt'd -T i,,l w '. h lttr i \ l i t i;l **t '1. .:. "tllue fran i.' Iiipl3iig almost as If tht
Seso ve i tI '. *t i: ..,i n.j t. '.,,:- trlbridle c',uld a't have enough friends to
I'.. Snlay S l.o I la .. .t. i: ll. ;n sIe nany gifts and must have
humbly submit to T ios Siie ,o the .m to herself lust to
.......;.. ...... ... .. ki ; l' i g."


laboc~r, hlitthit-' B. IF, Ihat-h. ,,iii
day -t-htiu titiitt'u ilt
l"'esolved T'hal % utct'wi~ld I 1 I
wife anti- talSo stio urlit'alIt in a
pathly In tlis.liI.' I In-
reavvenuent
lNesttha.-c Thahit .4a copy t'-I'lttst'


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I he I '-1tsat U' i.o.-And I hen- int.- Oul.
Is ins I- i' t44 '- ts-t ~ ls ;


World's Cleanest Soldiers.
"lh,! Jaip:ti.,'se soldier considers It a
dl-i.;ra. t- to, be dirly. .Sldiers f other
!:>'iiitic'ts aret not alwiaysi overpar-
ti, ular. tbut. as Mr. Killing has sung:
t e'. eiit is east. alinl West Ia est and
r..-re!: ti.e twailn shall ulAet.
II..-it .~tr, the J:iI,:tiap '-e military tan
.- -'nt !',%t d(led ,v a grateful atld hi.t-


Sthe c-harts to a doegrei'e, it i< nu,-t dlili
,-ult to find the desired l psifitli. T"'ho
serious hthiutiess is dragginii ftir Th.'
anchor n nd ;aftor gr:ilppIl tv with it t .
hoilst It aboard ship. l-re' ithe di-lik'ov
Sengline comes Into ply. At.ii-,hr h!i:i
ard is to pull a spar 1,,1y :iln:rd If :
i Se happens to lbe ruiininLi thito ui-ip:i;'n
i of the tIieder has to ius' o'xtrn iii' i : 're
Should a big roller t:et uind.'r lii :r:in1
suddenly tighten the liftini -li.i:it-
either they would give wa:y r th.-
weight would come up too fast. thei
crew In either case being lpav'ed Inl
lemnardr of their lives.
Mllt The risk trlu-se !mi('I rnlil is : ; 1!:
the day's wo-rk. T, lthe.im .i ih i
seaway onl i lee shir' i(sI r -.- :;!'l,-.l : ;
no more monotonouis tisk t!i:t i n-**+.il',!
Ing a row of bil)y.s (lion I;ln -New v Yrk
Post.
roul or rair weatier..
i Small \Vallace. c. :,. -'i.!td : ii, ih ,l
tlon to a party. ta f,,i'!<>s
* "l)ear l.oui.-- I t ll ''.,n:-. Ts \.,i-
party ift It don't raiii" 'h. .; ,in
that he might have to .stai :. iha,:,;,- r.
that case). "and if It dl..-s." l,*!:h-:,

A wise skeL tl, -li.ni Is tl! ::-: ::!ri
bute of a good crlic.--Shnlk,--. i.:c.


DANGER IN DELAY.
Kidney Diseases Are oo )Dangerous
For Daytona People to Neglect.
'LThe treat dangt-r of ki-li-. ;!I:. ,!:,s', ;
that they gela tirmu hli! ltbe-:fr;e io h :e-
terer recognlaese then)r. Hc;i't! i.h is r..1 -
ally iindlermin.d1. Ia, kn: i. .,. .Ls at. i ,.-
nerv tUatl l c.-is. llninlt---4. sl .aiia- n, ri;:.
hbagi(. uninary tro: !,.:. -lr, ,,-y. ,ii:t
* ltes, anid Irlgihtn s dl!--.i., ; s '.\ "
n it -i'Iles.- 8rn .ie. Ssioni. a.ii. : .i. -t .
kidnevs. <'iv t tie k' i. '. : : .
tain and safi. renii. \%, l.,;ii' .. .:. ,
Iills, w which ha.- 'ure, tp. in I)a. tona.
A. K Fia.. rkd. I a:l .... li.: t .,.
tona. 1Fi8.. savs m m *: I .t .


How These Mariners' Guides Are An-
chored and How They Sometimes
Break away and Are Hunted Down,
by the Lighthouse Service Tenders.
When the winter gales l;iegin ) t- bl, w.
the tenders ot the li-htli,lu-- se-rvi- e
turn their stems toward north *ri r.-:'as
to hunt stray spar buoy.-. Of ali I he
work of the coast patrol this. pierhapts.
is the most exposed to dlanl.er. 'ullilr-
'these signboardss" out of llte .-M-a 'r.
putting them over side is.like -"yvlank-
ing" spiles with a ton durri-k oni a
heaving platform.
Although passengers in tIhe boats
that ply the waters of New Y.-rk! h:lr
lbr. Long Island sound amid otl-ir wia
terways along the .oast s c. eit:ll y
spar buoys, they glvu them liii!t
thought. With the unm at thO \whit--l
It Is different. Color. s liae iad .,si>"
give him volumes of infil .liaisiion. :aiid
he looks upon lthe slpar Ibuo :is an! i i-
valuablo guide.
In the government hinventorivs e i
are listed as "sticks." aithotligh Ilhey
are soimetlnies sixty f-eet lot:'. T!
are anchored in the bed of : ri:'.-r ,r
harlbr channel, their "'up elnld, p:lirii, i
ed in su-h a way as to indi. ti- t(. II he
observer the formnatioi of the l.otllo-n
Ou the margin ofr iovernU'li.-tlli:il '.!: i
explanatory notes tell one thai ta:-.t;.- i
approaching a harb:-ur fro ii Th s :i
should leave red biuos \\ilith \-ie
numbers on the right and bllack. with
odd numbers on the left side ,,f .til ii
uels. Black and white strilled Ini.xr.
the stripes running Iperi'-idi.-u!trl ,.
mean an <) with room .0 get by on either side.
It balls or cages ornlament the "uv.p
ends" It means a turning point, thi l
color and number indicating the course. I
These sticks are put down with heavy
Iron anchors and sonit- in es great
stone weights. One would suppose tlh.t
so tfxed they never couid get ai\ay. lbut
they do, and it is a job to tind thel.
Ice does break their cables and so'ie
times crush the sticks; snlants puii
them loose, and ships in the folg or
darkness foul them and tear thtciii liori
their hold on the bottom. Not :;if're-
quently ships use them at s illuorit'gs.
although this as forbidden.
There are Instain-es where the :in-
chors of a spar buoy have Ibe'enl se l!l'
enough to hold against i-e pressure :tal


Syrup %4igs


OcE~h'xirfS5ernM1
Cleanses the y;Den Ete


114-lie-s (It to toIConstipation;
I-ts II\kttILIjI, (lts ft t ci
(I L1Ltfixcb' .
Bc bt f AI'Mna\4rmefn aCid Cild-
rell-vc'Voliui u Old.


AUMb IdShthe, (entt~tt;ejhicbu
lit' UIth( I f1 namle oq the Co0r1-


SCALIFORNIA


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Now that the rush of the winter season is over, how is your stock of
S Stationery? The Gazette-News is prepared to give you the best
stock and the finest work at reasonable rates. See us before placing
* your next order.
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ORIENTAL RUGS

Made to Resemble the Antiques by
Chemical Washings.
The United States buys annually
many thousand dollars' worth of what
are known to the profession as wash-
id rugs. Brightly colored oriental rugs
sotnetimles are washed with a solution
of -hlortie of lime, a treatment which
partly blea-hes the colors and imparts
a soft appearance to the rug.
This cheinmlal treatment Is a process
of washing which produces the effect
-,f age and a peculiar sheen to the sur-
face. which is pointed out by the un.
s.ruiiiilus dealer as a proof of supe-
ri-'r jin:lity. The fact Is that the pr.c.-
ess .f washing as described invariably
w:eakelns and in some instances de-
.str,-ys the materials of the rug.
The progresslve effect of the chem-
icals on the materials in the rug is
this: Thoe chlorine gas contained n the
b-hlridH. o)f lime attracts oxygen and
ii'isturo fromn tihe air. by whf-hi m inr-
ntic aiId is formed. This elas away
the vitalls of the rug. st, ter or later
th W, tol arId colttlon in the ru l become
1 .'tti ;ind thltius weaken the warp and
dtel'riratri the wowl. .
\VWhen this dleteriration Is complete
tell i' eof the rugn iy llhe swept away
hvy !i,' ordhiinry ,-roiess of sweeping.
:11n i'he w:ir. which Is th e foumidat ion
of l1.'! rill, '*' trllnis s weak that lhotes
ippe'!ar her. nd there, aiid soti the
rn"g i.; wrih bless.
It ni. t seld'im happens that a ler'sivi
r.;, is too starilui in sotie bright hue,
p'riha;:ls rell. ,and is not salable. The
uiltitrultu'llus ldea.ler will subject the
,nfg Ito a sti-ics ,-f wa;shillgs in chem-
i.-nlly lireparedi water. In this way he
Turriis i out a rug possessing a soft an-
liell sheen that Is truly captivating
alld finds a ready purchaser at an ad-
\nu-red price.- Chicago Trilbunie.


The R.1est Camed 0*a" a t&M
40 VARiETIESSTYLESINTINT&QLAU.


the Trees


VEGETABLES Fresh from the Farm


FISH Wrioghling from the Water.


FINEST CANNED IN THE WORLD.


56 VARIETIES IN TIN AND GLASS.


L. G. LYMAN.


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LADIES' HATTERS
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Safe Deposit Boxes For kRent.

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FG SYRUP CO.
hb \.,it n it is manlujiictured. printed on the
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SOLD BYALL LEADIGDRUGGISTL IA EAST A
one l.Z- ou-ly.u-culur p-icc 5O.-boI FLORIDA EAST 'OAiSi RAILWAY


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