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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
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Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: April 17, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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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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Daytona, Florida,


April 17, 1909.


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URISTS, ATTENTION
Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases, etc.
IN ADDITION TO OUR FULL
LINE OF
Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases. Telescopes, Tourist Straps, Trunk Straps,
hswl- Straps, Name Tags, etc., just received, we have a complete
assortment of Matting-covered Suit Cases and Telescopes. Also a
povelty in a Matting-covered Hand Bag. OuR FSuL JPO0PLAR PRICES

STHE PECK- HENDRICKS COMPANY.

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Quest me to sell at cost.
at wholesale, and retail
I also have Coffees for 20, 25
Mocha and Java, Bogota anm
also Mexican Cordova. Mild
at once.


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If put in cans it would cost 20 cents
at 25 cents. Sold in any quantity.
,35 and 40 cents per lb. They are
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and high grade Rio. Must be sold



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A close examination of electric-
al work finished and charged for
from this shop shows hov square-
ly and honorably we transact our
business. Electrical repairs re-
ceive special attention. Those
who employ us never worry about
our charges, and they know be-
fore engaging us that our work-
manship will be the best.


Daytona Electric Co.


232 South Beach Street.


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Wood WorKer.
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R. D. TAYLOR, Electrical Contractor
House Wiring a Specialty.
Dealer in Electrical Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shades,
Lamps No. 8 Orange avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.


-. Bo es****nd Lumber C***ompany,

iBond Lumber Company, I


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sonville by the Tragic
Denth af a DOlat:.,a


Avxpwv a -a Ss ve.
With the closing of this week E. B. Whitcomb, of South Pal-
fifteen cars of celery will have gone; metto avenue, was summoned to


forward from Daytona to northern
markets and before the season
closes the total number will proba-
bly have increased to twenty-five or
more. Of course this seems small
compared with the immense ship-
ments from Sanford, but still it is a
very good beginning and a very
creditable showing all things consid-
ered.
Again, to be exact, all these cars
have not been solid celery, as sev-
eral of them also carried other vege-
tables in addition, in some cases a
few crates of lettuce, beans, cab-
bages, beats or potatoes and two of
the cars were partly loaded at Lake
Helen and laid over here to be com-
pleted, but the small shipments con-
stantly being made by express far
more than make up the difference.
W. F. Holmes has shipped several
solid cars of celery from his farm,
while O. L. Spring has made one or
more full car shipments and several
other growers either have done so or
will before the season ends.
Mr. Holmes, who is manager of
the Daytona Truck and Fruit Grow-
ers' Association, is now getting in
touch with the numerous small
shipping points throughout the
southern states for the purpose of
disposing to advantage of the small
lots of vegetables which will be
dribbling along after the main
crops are marketed and one day this
week he mailed eighty letters deal-
ing with this subject, which will
give some idea of the amount of
work of this kind he is doing.
During the shipping season Mr.
Holmes has been kept posted daily
and hourly by letter and telegraph
of the conditions of the markets all
over the country and in several
cases cars in transit have been di-
verted to points which promised
better markets through the informa-
tion conveyed in telegrams received
after the cars had left Daytona.
Members of the Association at
Ormond and Holly Hill have re-
cently been taking advantage of the
opportunity afforded by these re-
frieerator cars. which Manager


Jacksonville by telegraph Sunday
owing to the death near that city of
his cousin, John Avery, who it
appeared had taken his own life by
shooting himself in the head with a
pistoL
The young man, whose body was
found in the woods near Ortega Sat-
urday, was an expert organ repairer
and had been in Jacksonville several
weeks, staving at a boarding house
on West Ashley street.
No one who knew Avery could
advance any cause for his taking his
life. He had done some work it ap-
pears for one of the churches for
which $45 was due him' and it is
known that he also had contracts for
other work.
The young man had a handsome
leather suit case which he appeared
to value highly and when he was
missed at the boarding house and it
was found the suit case was also
gone it was supposed that he had
Left the city.
On Tuesday morning he had
asked a fellow boarder for a loan of
ten dollars saying he wished to
purchase some tools needed in his
work. The gentleman willingly let
him have the amount, knowing that
he had money coming to him and
other work in prospect. He said at
the time that he would return it in
a few days.
The revolver with which Avery
killed himself was a new 44 calibre
Colts. He was not known to have
had a pistol and it is not known
where he obtained it.
Mr. Whitcomb, on his arrival in
Jacksonville, made arrangements
with the undertaker, Marcus Conant,
to ship the body to Lexington, N.
Y. Mr. Conant had telegraphed
the young man's mother, Mrs. Ros-
aline Avery, at Richmond Hill,
L. I., and he also wired a brother of
the dead man, T. E. Avery, of North
Cambridge, Mass., giving informa-
tion regarding the suicide-
Although a much younger look-
ing man, Mr. Whitcomb says he
was 34 years of age and had been
away from home ten years. He had


Holmeshas been ordering at the traveled a great deal in that time
rate of from two to five per week for and his family had often wondered


the past several weeks, as the saving
in freight charges is considerable
and the vegetables go though in
better condition.
Better than all, the prices secured
this season have been generally sat-
isfactory and encouraging to the
truckers. The crops harvested here
would have been considerably larg-
er had it not been for the excessive
rain fall and high tides during the
fall which destroyed many of the
seed beds and delayed the planting.

Palmetto Club Meeting.
The regular meeting of the Pal-
metto Club was held Thursday af-


ternoon of last week.
Miss Newel, in her clear and
charming voice, sang two songs -
ka) "The Nightingale and the Rose"
'b) "Sing Me to Sleep," with violin
obligato by Mr. Blodgett, accom-
panied by Miss Jolley.
The President then introduced
Dr. Samuel Leland, who delivered a
most delightful and interesting lec-
ture on the "Home of Scott and
Burns." It is to be regretted that
Dr. Leland addresse- the club so late
in the season when many of the
members have left for their northern
homes, but those present certainly
,enjoyed a delightful treat and ex
Send their thanks to the doctor. The


as to his whereabouts.
Mr. Whitcomb, who returned from
Jacksonville Thursday night, is not
sure that his cousin killed himself.
lie says that several who knew him
most intimately during the time he
was in Jacksonville are satisfied
that he met with foul play.


Change of Business.


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LEAVES [U IV JU


Fifteen Solid Cars of Vegetables E. B. Whitcomb Called to Jack-


C. R. M. Sheppard, who has held II I* me vo* *i. Wil
the principalship of the K-gston
School for the past two y rs, last
J. R. Parrott Succeeds lHenm
week purchased the mn t and gro
eery business of J. I long, on Flagler as President a
North Beach street. Homer en- The Road.


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nett will assist Mr. Sheppard in the
ineat market department. n Some important changes in the.
meat market department. This .
S. ri official positions of the Florida East
move of Mr. Sheppard s deprives
Coast Railway were announced last ;
the county of one of its most elli- uta, e said canes havi
Iuesiay, the said changes having I
cient teachers but e desiredhehetlie [e c i
ent teachers but he desi d te been made at the annual meeting of
more active business life and the
the board of directors held last week
Gazette News .wishes himi a full
,and continued Tuesday.
measure of success. Mr. Long ex- n i of oes s
s e g i The new list of offi-ers is as fol-
pects to engage in the livrv ery usi- w
ness in this city. H. ,
H. M. Flagler, chairman of the


Half a Mile of Orange Trees.


board of directors.
J. R. Parrott, president.


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Orange Avenue, Daytaea, Fl

ELECTRIC LIGHTS, ELECTRIC
HOT AND COLD BATHS.


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Have Been Shipped With
More to Follow.


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CONKAD 610CEl CO.


for your Pet (Cream) Milk, 6 small cans for 25c,
to go on your
Toasted Corn Flakes, Post -Toastles,


Plans to Make Next Years Tourn-
ament One That Will
Eclipse Al Others.
W. J. Morgan, the automobile
race promoter who has been in the
city since the racing events on the
beach, left Sunday for New York
.where business demanded his atten-
tion.
Mr. Morgan remained here to at-
4end the Florida East Coast Asoci-
ation meeting and disecas plans for
the tournament next year, which
has been definitely decided upon, so
that he could proceed with the
necessary arrangements.
"Senator" Morgan is so enthusi-
astic over the success of the recent
meet that he proposes to enlarge the
scope of the annual tournament and
include with the automobile races
athletic competitions of various
kinds.
The motorcycle and bicycle races
this year added greatly to the in-
terest of the races and although Mr.
Bates was so unfortunate as to meet
with a mishap to his aeroplane
which prevented his making a
flight during the tournament, yet
the mere presence of the flying
machine attracted great numbers of
people who had never had an oppor-
tunity to see anything of the kind.
The magnificent ocean beach,
smooth and hard, offers the very
best inducements for the holding of
all kinds of athletic sports as run-
ning, jumping, pole vaulting, ham-
mer throwing and numerous other
field sports and Mr. Morgan is con-
fident that he can induce prominent
athletes in various lines to come
here next season and compete fo
the large list of prizes that will be
offered for both professionals and
amateurs.
Mr. Morgan also talks of estab-
lishing a camp on the bluffs over-
looking the ocean beach at the scene
of the races and dubbing it "Camp
jDaytona," where automobile racers
and racing men may be located and
fully cared for in all particulars.
SThe "Senator" left with evident
reluctance, as Daytona has gained a
strong hold upon him which gives !
him a personal as well as public in- 4
terest in the future as well as the
present of this beautiful little city
of the south and he insinuates that
the climate has so captivated him;
that he may some time yield to the \
desire and come to Florida to make
it his home as numbers of others are
doing to escape the cold, bleak
winters of the north and revel in
the sunshine and balmy ocean
breezes.


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Call Office Phone 128
Mills Transfer 77
Warehouse 60
Kerosene Oil Delivered by Tank Wagon.


Gasoline Machine Gas and


Lubricating Oils.


IDay Electric Current


E. A. Lapp, who last December, also continue as general manager of -
planted a row of orange trees half a: the rad. b aAa AA AA*
mile in lenatlon te est Ine .1 l. Bleckwith, vice president in *
mile in length along the east ne
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tire guard of his grove on the pv- 1i are of operating and traffic. :
F. lngraham vice president,
insula at the hea! of the Halifax .1. E. graha v president,
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TIlfIlS AT DAInA


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any point in Daytona,


Triscuit, all at IOc each
Puffed Rice, Wheat Berries, 13c., 2 for 25c.
S. W. Biscuit and Quaker Oatmea, 2 for 25c.
Cream of Wheat, Ralston Breakfast Food or
Petit John at 15c each.
Rumford Bakin Powder, 1 pound can 2c.

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


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SLath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime
office and Yards: East Coa(
and Cement in Stock. ,,=c .d ards ,'oe.
Sand Cement in Stock. Kailway and orange Avenue
SMILLS-Bond M1ll. Atlantic toast Line Ky.. 1> miles south of Jacksonville.
^ Kalamazoo, on Sanford Bralnch sf tte h K.o Ry.
S Phone 83 R. J. MAl.BY, Manager.
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WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING
getting a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Roof, a Hot Air Furnace,
or any of the other metal necessities required to complete a modern
dwelling, remember that

C. NASH SON
DAYTONA, FrA.

are best prepared to give prompt and reliable service at fair prices.
General repair shop on Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory.
TPhoe 58. Out of town work solicited.
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This will givc\ the citizens of Daytona,

Seabreeze and Daytona Beach an op-


portunity to operate


Electric Fans, Flat Irons, Machines,


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rating of motors by electricity is clean

and economical. Ask us about the cost.


Aim Schantz Electric Liht Plt,


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THE DAYTONA GALt I I -NEWS
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY
T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor

THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY
(INCORPORATED)

Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
One copy one year $1.50
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One copy three months ...........40


SATURDAY, AFRIL 17, 1909


ALEXANDER INDUCES

MANY IMPRA I LLIS.


One Provides for an Appropriatior
to Build a Bridge Across
the Halifax River.
Representative James E. Alexan-
der is evidently allowing no grass
to grow under his feet at Tallahas-
see .
Friday of last week, besides a
memorial to Congress asking that
New Smyrna be made a port of
entry, he introduced the following
bills in the House of Representatives:
House Bill No. 79-To provide
for the erection of a bridge over the
Halifax. Referred.
House Bill No. 80-To repeal
Chapter 5597, Laws of Florida, rel-
ative to license taxes. Referred.
House Bill No. 81- To repeal
Chapter 3675, Laws of Florida, re-
lating to good roads. Referred.
House Bill No. 82-Amending
Section 5690, Laws of Florida, rel-
ative to selling liquor in dry places.
Referred.
House Bill No. 83-Providing for
employment of abstract clerks by
Ciecuit Court clerks. Referred.
House Bill No. 84--Prohibiting
any State and county officer from
being interested in or employed by
corporations. Referred.
House Bill No. 85-Relative to
trespass upon standing timber. Re-
ferred.
House Bill No 8--To regulate
osteopaths and osteopathy. Referred.

TIE SPECL EASTER

SERVICES AT CHURCHES.


The Easter Services at the Sev-
ral Daytona Churches Were
Very Well Attended.
The floral decorations at several
of the churches in honor of Easter
were very attractive and the congre-
gations at all were pleasingly large.
At the Congregational Church
there was an organ prelude; an-
them, "He iL Risen," by the choi-;
an offertory, cello solo, by A. Pauli,
of Atlanta; an Easter solo, by Mrs.
M. B.Churcb;and an organ postlud,.
by Miss Ella Willaume, organist.
There was an excellent sermon by
the pastor, Rev. Dr. B. F. Marsh.
%At St. Mary's Episcopal Church
there was special Easter music at
both morning and evening services,
the latter of which was the closing
evening service of the season. The
rector, Rev. A. J. Wilder, officiated
at all the services. The gold Easter
medal was awarded to Master ilarry
Hartshorn of the boy choir.
At the First Baptist Church there
was special Easter music by the
choir with sermon by the pastor,
Rev. A. L. Abercrombie. The
church was very tastefully deco-
rated.
There was special Easter music
by the choir at the First M. E
Church and the usual floral decora-
tions. The sermon was by the pas-
eor, Rev. D. H. Rutter, who used for
his theme, "Literal Resurrection."
The usual Easter services at St.
Paul's Church were carried out with
the accustomed solemn ceremonies.
Rev. Dr. McShane delivered an elh-
quent sermon on "The Resurre -
tion." The rector, Father O'Boyle,
sang the "Missa Cantata," and the


HOLLY HILL

HOLLY HILL, April 15-j-. Lyle
has opened a store on the north end of
iis property where he sells stationery
and confections. He seems to be liber-
ally patronized by the school children
John Minton, of Hastings, has bought
Wm. Howard's property and will move
early in June. We congratulate Mr.
Minton on having secured so desirable a
location.
Mrs. J. E.4Grether, Grand Matron of
the Order of Eastern Star of Florida.
came from Jacksonville Monday to be
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Carter.
After a pleasant drive to Ormond on
Tuesday she returned home.
The launch "Two Chums" Saturday
took Mrs. Charles Wetherell for a week's
visit with her sister, Mrs. Wilkinson, at
Hawks Park. Mr Wetherell returned
Sunday with the launch.
Mr. and Mrs. Pierce, who have been
spending the winter with Mrs. W.
Shafer, returned to their home in War-
ren, Ohio.
Wm. Wetherell, Sr., left Tuesday for
Wilkesbarre, Pa., where he will spend
the summer with his daughter, Mrs At-
kinson.
Mr. Hill has bought the Carswell
property on the canal and intends start-
ing a boat yard in the near future.
McCoy Brothers have commenced
work on a new boat to make the trip
from St. Augubtine to Miami.
Ben McCoy left Monday for the north.
Mrs. A. H. Carter will entertain the
reading circle of the Palmetto Club
Friday.
Geo. Somers and family have moved
into their new house.


SPORT ORANGE I

PORT ORANGE, April 14-G. F.
L,,fbeiy is having the improved gas
plant installed to light his home on the
River Shore.
D. W. Winn got a fine flow of water
for Mr. Herrich on one of his farms in
Dunlawton last week.
J. L. Bailey, the F. E. C. Ry. agent,
bought the building on the corner of
Lafayette street and Dunlawton avenue
and is having it taken down. He in-
tends to build cottages to rent and will
use the lumber for that purpose
Wm. E. Johnson is in Key West visit-
ing his mother and brothers.
Chauncey Vass visited his father last
week.
Mrs. Louis Farlow is in Fernandina
visiting relatives.
Miss Minnie Carrow came from Da3 -
tona Sunday and visited friends here.
Davis McDonald left last week with
Capt Rafferty in his launch to St. Aug-
ustine and from the re he will go to New
York.
Mrs. Townsend came down from Day-
tona Saturday to visit her uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Hardeman, and had
been here only a short time when Dr.
Bohannon came for her to nurse a pa-
tient in Seabreeze
Among the departures last week were:
Mrs. .1. C. Nokes, Mr. and Mis. M. J
Stockman, Mr. and Mrs. MeKorkle and
Dr. R. L. Reed and daughter.
Professor Iyatt. of New York. arrived
last week and is visiting his sister, Mrs.
DuBois, Sr, and Dr. iH. K. and Miss
DuBois.


AN ELECTRIC RAILWAY


ASKS FOR CITY FRANCHISE.
At the regular session of the City
Council Monday evening notice was
given that at the next meeting an
ordinance will be presented to grant
a franchise to G. N. Davis,C C. C.
Tuxbury and Thos. D. Brdfld for
the construction of a street ilway.
Bonds front members of the Board
of Public Works in the sums of
$10,000 each were approved.
An ordinance en( orsing the act
of the former council in chamini,


Lumber,


Seeize a.d hyto Beach.
MRS. H. A BERNARD, Editor.
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Seabreeze, April 14-The Town Coun-
cil met in adjourned session Monday
night. The following bills were pre-
sented and ordered paid: A. S. Randall
for marling Oakridge boulevard, $48.76;
for shelling Wild Olive, $154.23; Reed
Cromartie, $6.75; MeAlaster, $9.00; T.
Sims, $12.00. Remonstrance against
street car line on Valley street and Hal-
ifax avenue was read and ordered filed.
Moved and carried to drop Halifax
avenue and Valley street from railroad
franchise. Moved and carried grantees
for franchise be allowed six
Moved and carried that the fr
pass on third reading as amejed.
Moved and carried that the cncil
instruct the Mayor to call a eral
election for the following office o be
held May 18, 1909: one mayor, three
councilmen, one treasurer, one collector,
one clerk, one assessor, one marshal.
Moved and carried that the marshal be
instructed anybody owning property
within sixty feet of improved property
not cleaned up to clean up within ten
days. Moved and carried that the clerk
be authorized to open registration ac
cording to law.
Prof. Wakefield's father, who has
been in failing health for some time
lies dangerously ill at his son's residence
on Oakridge boulevard.
Later-Prof. Wakefield's father died
Wednesday night and was buried Thurs-
day afternoon at 3:00 o'clock.
Postmaster Britton went to Jackson-
ville Monday afternoon to attend the
second annual convention of the Florida
Association of Postmasters. He expects
to return Thursday* In the meantime
J. C. Ellis is assisting Mr. Rivenburg at
mail time.
SMrs N. E. Bates is visiting friends in
DeLand this week.
E. B. Case, who regularly spends the
winters here, and has been a guest at
the Glenwood the past season, left
Tuesday for Cleveland, Ohio, his home.
Miss Ina Alloway, Mrs. Waterson's
pretty niece, who has spent the winter
here, left Monday afternoon, in com-
pany with Mrs. Robinson and her niece.
Miss Stone, for Toronto, Canada Mrs.
Robinson and Miss Stone have spent the
winter with Mrs. Davis on Halifax
avenue
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller were visiting
Miss Kelley last week enroute home to
Elmira, N. Y., from tneir winter home
near Miami, where they have a fine
orange grove, at Lemon City.
Drew Middleton came down from St.
Augustine and is spending the week
with his mother and family.
W. B. Hatch returned last Saturday
from a business call to his home at
Ypsilanti, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Waggoner left
Monday for Evansville, Ind. Mr. Wag-
goner expects to return in the course of
two months
Miss Warren, who came down from
St. Augustine for a week's sojourn at
Seabreeze, returned to the Ancient City
last Sunday. Mia Warren spent the
winter at the old Seaside Inn the year It
was burned. The place has grown so
that she hardly recognized any of the
old landmarks.
Mrs. Burdick, Miss Grace Burdick,
Mrs. Rivenburg and Miss Bennett made
the trip down the river to the House of
Refuge in Mr. Young's boat, Mr. Young
in command, Tuesday morning. They
expect to make a week's outing of it.
Master Billie and little Miss Cornelia
Davis had a fine Easter egg hunt Satur-
day afternoon. May Haigh won first
prize in the egg hunt, and Margaret
Farrell won out in the jigsaw puzzle.
The room and table decorations were
very bright and beautiful, the children
of whom there were a round dozen, had
a royal good time, and it is hard to con-
vince them that there is a nicer hostess
anywhere than Mrs. Davis.
Mrs. Farrell is reported by the doctor
to be getting along very well, and the
wo id knitting back as fast as could be
expected.


Entertained at Cards.
Mrs. A H. Schmidt entertained at
cards Wednesday afternoon at
Schmidt's Hotel. The game was
Five Hundred and there were three
tables, not all of the ladies present
participating in the card playing.
The first prize wal won by Mrs.
J. D. C. Morris, ti second by Mrs.
F. J. Niver and 'e third fell to
Mrs. E. G. Miller.
During the afternoon, Mrs. M. B.
Church sang a solo and Mesdames
C. C. Bchannon and A. H. Schmidt
gave a piano duet, adding greatly
to the pleasure of the afternoon.
Following the cards, refreshments
were served in the spacious dining
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The Next State ee of
The Next State Meeting of Florida


DAYTONA BEACH, April 14-Chas. Elks Comes to Daytona.-J.
Newman, who has been at Surf Crest
since last November, left last Sunday D. C. Morris Elected V.-P.
for his home at Birmingham, Ala. Mr. The State Association of Florida
Newman came to Daytona Beach anElksheld their annual session at
invalid three or four years ago, and was
cured by the climate and sea baths. Orlando Thursday, and the baby
Since which time he arrives early and lodge of Florida, Daytona, No.
remains as long as his business will 1111, had the biggest herd of EI.a
permit. at the meeting.
*After April 15th Surf Crest will give The crowd left Daytona Wednesday
rates of $6.00 and $7.00 per week. 47-4
Miss Lillie Flagler, who has been visit morning in five automobiles during
ing with her grandfather, T. L. Hudson, a drizzling rain, which staid with
forsix weeks past, left Tuesday morn- them until just beforethe reached
ing for her home at Springfield, Ill. the Orange County CapL The
Mr and Mrs. T. L. Hudson, who have herd w J. C,
been spending their eighth winter at!hen wa cmpoe :J D. .
Ocean Spray, leave Thursday morning IMorris, T. E. Fitzg d, F. D.
for Lincoln, Ill, their home town. Spring. J. D. Maley, % M. Han-
Mr. Burke arrived from Kentucky a Liu!., Chri Gaugherty, H. T. Titus,
few days since, summoned by the seri- i n. Jackson, E D. Langworthy,
ous illness of his young son, Ferdinand, jL M. Waite, N. H. Clrk, John K.
who is spending the season with his'
grandfather, Mr. Glover, on the beach. Lrice, F. J. Niver, Geo. F. Crouch,
Mr. and Mrs. Wellman and brother, Geo. H. Matthews and A. H.
Mr. Helm, who have spent some time at Schmidt, with Mrs. T. E Fitzgerald
Pleasant View cottage, left Tuesday for and Miss Florence Cook to balance
t. Augustine, enroute to their home at
Niagara, N. Y. They have enjoyed the party.
their winter on the beach very much. The trip to Orlando was made
Dr. and Mrs. Van Valzah returned wtr ut mishap, although the beau-
Sunday from Pensacola, where the doc- tiful clay roads of Orange county
tor was in attendance at the State Med-'aifer a three days steady rain look-
ical Association, of which he is Vice e ti but goo to the East
President, and also a delegate. e a h but o t Et
Mr. Turner and automobile party of Coast bo, s who are used to good
four made the auto trip from Fort r ads rain or shine.
Myers, and are pleasantly located at The state meeting convened at
Surf Creet. After a few days they go to ten o'clock Thursday and Daytona
St. Augustine. Mr. Turner is testing ate ot ith .lyi o!ors having
out Florida roads with a new car. ae out w l colo
J. S. Griffin and daughter. Miss Bell, len selected as the meeting place
and brother, after a winter on the for next year and having had Exal-
beach, left Tuesday for Sac City, Iowa, ted Ruler J. D. C Morris of the
their home. local lodge of Elks'elected as Vice-
Mr. and Mrs. Cox and Mr. and Mrs. r d of E cte
C ey, who have occupied the Bunch Preiident of the State Association.
cottage the past month, left last week The trip, butAor the rain and the
for St. Augustine and points north, sloppy roads, would have been a
Mrs. G. L. Johnson returned last Fri- thoroughly enjoyable one, and as it
day from the hospital St. Augustine and l ha a g time
is spending the week with her parents at
Lone Bay.
Capt. Brown and wife left the Weth- Ludwig-Holt.
erby dock Monday morning in the Lady 4
Lou, bound for St. Augustine, with the Married in this city, Wednesday,
following party of friends: Mr. and Mrs. afternoon of this week, George Henry
W. B. Reed and friend, Mrs. Reed, Mr. Luhlwig to Mrs. Eleanor Gilman
and Mrs. Luke and daughter, Antoinette. t, v. r. B. F. Marsh, pastor
Mr. Cora Powell, who is an artist of 1ft, hev. o r. i. F. Marsh, pastor
much ability both in oil and china f the Congregational church, offici-
painting, has recently ordered her kiln eating.
from the north, and will be busy the The marriage was q etly solem-
forepart of the summer finishing some nized at the Congregati al parson-
of her beautiful work. In August Mrs
Powell leaves for New York to embark cage on south Ridgew avenue,
with a party of friends for a trip around at )( o) 'clock Wedn afternoon,
the world. She will make a special only Mir. and lrs. G, Foote and
study of her profession while traveling Miss Maud Holt, daughter of the
through India. bride, being present.
The Easter Monday card party at te Mr. udwig haseen a resident,
Seaside Inn, Mrs. Horace F. Stewart has been a re
and Mrs. Charles E. Gardiner, of Day- or winter resident, of Daytona for a
tona, hostesses, was one of the largest number of years and has a host of
and most beautiful functions of the sea- friends in the city and vicinity,
son. some 200 guests responding to the while Mrs. Ilolt is a charming lady
invitations. The rooms were exquisitelywho spent lst winter in Daytona
decorated with nasturtiums, hibiscus
and oleander blossoms, set off with a and passed this season, in company
graceful profusion of vines, while hand- with her daughter, at The Oaks, on
some pot plants and ferns were made north Ridgewood avenue.
effective at every niche, throughout the The Gazette-News extends con-
parlors and reception room. The or- tultionnd wishes the newly
chestra, Miss Willaume, Messrs. Wood gratulations ad wishes the newly
and Wilson discoursed sweet music until wedded couple all possible happi-
the games began. The games were ness.
Five Hundred and Bridge Whist. The Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig will occupy
score cards were emblematic of Easter, Mr. Ludwig's cottage on north
as also were the prizes, which were: I:i'lgewood avenue after May i.
hand-painted Easter cards. Mrs. Gard- ewoo avenue after May 1.
iner and Mrs. Stewart were tastily and --- -
becomingly attired in white. It was a
full dress occasion and there was a A Juvenile Party.
beautiful display of new Easter gowns. The little Misses Alice Green,
The prizes for Five Hundred were won
by Mesdames Roxby, Crenshaw and Mary Stewart and Reha Searles gave
Miss Ring. The winners at Bridge were a farewell party Monday night at
Mesdames Huston, Bryant and Johnson. th& hime of Mr. and Mrs. S. B.
At the close of the games, the cards G reen on Magnolia avenue, in honor


were removed, and lunch cloths spread of Master Walter Boyer who with
and dainty refreshments, which consisted h
of salted peanuts, candies, cakes ice his parents Lad been topping
cream and coffee, served. The sun hadi The Desplan. Ernest and Ray-
shot his last quivering ray across the niond Green, Donald Morgan and
Halifax, and the night shadows were larold Bond comprised the boys
purpling its banks by the time the final present and the Misses Lois Green
adieus were made.
aandl Julia Stewart served the re-
The Sans Souci Club met at the home an Jula stewart served the re-
of Mrs. Ronald, April 14th. The pro- fre"ments. The little folks had
gram was a most interesting one and prepared and carried out a regular
well carried out. A delightful after-i pr,,gram, games were played and an
noon was spent and the refreshments altogether pleasant evening was en-
much enjoyed. The Club will meet at joved hy the young people from
Mrs. Reed's April 28th, and the authoreoe
of the afternoon will be Browning. seven to nine o'clock.


Celery Goes To Canada. Final Decree.
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One of the most gratifying feat- Judliii (iruit other ta o
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SThh e report o(f their IKastr with ther t ti-
the high terms in which they speak Tl,. relrt f the ,,t nr wi upon the matt-
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MASONIC DIRECTORY.
HALIFAX Lo)IGCE. No. 81, F. & A. M.-
Meets ist and :rd Thursdays.
HALIFA.X HAPTER, No. 5, R. A. M-
Mets 2nd Thursday.
ORI NYTALC MMANDERYNo 9,K.T.-
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LIVE OAK CHAPTER, No. 1, O. E. E.-
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*We take this opportunity of
i hakMag our many 'friends and
trns for the liberal patronage be-
*,wed upon us the past winter. Our
rStoiewill remain open all summer,
nd during the months of June and
nly will be in charge of S. W.
O'-Brien, who needs no introduction
;-toyou. Very Respectfully,
SL.-H. RowE & Co., The Jewelers.
SE. L. Gunn, manager of the elec-
ric light plant, made a business
i.*rip to New Smyrna Tuesday.
E. G. Kittridge, of Volusia
.avenue, went to St. Petersburg Mon-
day on business, expecting to re-
turn today.
SMrs. F. J. Niver and son, Donald,
' returned from St. Augustine, where
they had been visiting with Mr.
Sliver's mother.


The Florida Association of Post-
mars held it- second annual
~;msmeeing at Jacksonville last Tues.
Sday, Wednesday and Thursday.
% *Will trade a 38-foot launch, in
commpision, for an auto. W. A.
b Darker, Ormond, Fla. 45-4t
SJ. M. Barnes, who has held a po-
sition at the F. E C. Ry. freight de-
pot during the winter, left Friday
morning for his home in Baltimore,
'.aryhland.
i ; r. and Mrs. B. W. Boyd, who have
.eeo located in the Ellenwood room-
ng. house on Volusia avenue during
tibe winter, returned to their cottage
a&t teabreeze Monday.
*Millinery at cost Shellboat for
Sle. Going out of business. Mrs.
.:& M. Ryan.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miller, who
ere located during the winter with
I. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Spring, on Ivy
SLane, departed last week on their
t return to their home in Pittsburg.
i. Rev. A. L. Atrerombie, pastor of
the First Baptist Church, accom-
.nWied by Mrs. Abereromble, left
.-Meaday afternoon for a ten days'
i:r.visitat their former home at Lake
1i4Como.
ST.- .-


StFoR SALE-At a bargain, my
S6cylinder Ford car in perfect order;
aso my 4-cylinder Franklin. B. D.
Woodward, Seabreeze, Fla. 46 2t
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Munroe
Sand their guest, Mrs. Edith C.
I;Fuller, of Joliet, Ill., spent several
days last week visiting at DeLand,
Bsanford, Plymouth, Eustis and
s other places.
S Miss Florence Cook, who returned
last week from Tallahassee to spend
Sthe Easter holidays, will leave again
, tomorrow for the Capital City to re-
mime her studies at the Florida
-Female Seminary.
Collars 2 cents, all style of shirts
10 cents, with work left and called
for at Daytona Steam Laundry. tf
Rev. Dr. O. G. McShane, of Chi-
cago, left yesterday afternoon for
White Springs, after paying his old
Classmate, Father O'Boyle, a short
visit. He is very enthusiastic over
1 Daytona as a winter resort.
"5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any
Case of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
45-3mos

Wmi. Ruger and his sisters, the
SMisses Todd, who have been visit-
Sing with him at Daytona Beach this
w inter, left Tuesday for Rockford,
Ill., where Mr. Ruger will remain a
Month before returning home.
*i; FoR SALE-A five-seated Buick
mobile, the best kind of an
and the best bargain on the
"Uarktet; also one covered two-seated
a.ckboard or hunting wagon. George
Munroe, 126 South Ridgewood.
Mrs.. G. Hand returned Mon-
from a two months' visit with
daughter, Mrs. H. P. Branning,
SMiami, and is again with her
hter in this city, Mrs. A. Milli-
Se, of South Ridgewood avenue.
SlWill sell my launch, hull and
.9l,-i ne separate or together, for best


Postmaster W. C. Smith attended
the meeting of the Florida Associa-
tion of Postmasters held this week
m Jacksonville.
*Bargain-One 10 h. p.-Cadillac
touring car. W. W. Abercrombie. tf
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Wright, who
have been visiting with CoL C. M.
Bingham and family, returned to
their home at St. Augustine last
Monday.
Duke Wilder is now doing time at
the freight depot, having exchanged
places with J. M. Barnes, who took,
up the duty of gate man the fore
part of the week.
LosT-Gray ostrich feather boa
on Valley street, Seabreeze or Day-
tona Beach, Monday April 12. Re-
ward $5.00. Return Mrs. R. C.
WrTt ... U I


Cut glass and sterling silver
make suitable gifts for the spring
weddings. A complete line at all
times. Geo. H. Clark, Jeweler.
Peter Ladas, who made a business
trip to Palm Beach the middle of
last week, returned to Daytona
Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. A. S. Gemmill left the latter
part of last week for Cleveland,
Ohio, where she expects to spend
most of the summer.
Rev. Herman G. Porter, who has


Mrs. Pkinaon will keep The
TIlingtnn open until some time in

arry Erickson left Thursday
morning for Cleveland, Ohio, where
he will spend the summer.
Chas. H. Greene, of Pittsburg, ar-
rived yesterday and is the guest of
his cousin, Mayor E. W. Greene.
eMoth balls and Motholine Crys-
tals. HA.KiNs, The Druggist.
MissMaude Holt, who has spent
the winter at The Oaks, left Wed-


eelIvigo omsaeu,
A-enlivng n Lomisaveuehas nesday afternoon, enroute to Boston,
eramoved with hist family to the Pal- us--


metto House, for the summer.
T. B. Walker, southern passenger
agent of the L. & N. Ry., was in the
city the latter part of the week,
leaving for Jacksonville Saturday.


v, ruu, namaxU avenue, oeaoreeze A. J. Autchinson, who has spent
Mrs. C. W. Hackett's friends the winter in his cottage on North
were bidding her' good bye at the Palmetto avenue, left Thursday on
depot Monday. Mrs. Hackett, who his return to South Norwalk, Ct.
has been a guest at of the Ivy Lane Mrs. W. W. Moore, who had been
Inn asleaving for her home at visiting for two or three weeks with
St. Paul Minn. her daughter, Mrs. W. M. Hankins,
Henry Van Dorn was in the city returned to her home at Bartow last
between trains Saturday on his re- Monday.
turn to the F. E. C. Ry., extension I the absee of the pastor Re
from Jacksonville, where he had A L Abererombie. Rev. C. C. Gil-
gone for some necessary repairs to letter, of Seabreeze, will fill the
parts of his well drilling outfit, pulpit at the First Baptist Church
OMoth balls and Motholine Crys- tomorrow.
talks. HAxKIss, The Druggist. Next Wednesday evening, Rev.
Mrs. E. J. Hartje, five children R. D. Thiot will preach at the First
and nurse, who have been spending Baptist Church at 7:30 o'clock, on
the winter here with Mrs. Hartje's the subject of "Home Missions."
parents Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hoene, Your presence is invited.
at theii beautiful North Ridgewood Maurice Heymann, a son of S.
avenue home, departed Wednesday Heymann, of Orange avenue, arrived
for their home in Pittsburg. in Nytona Friday of last week from
W. W. Abererombie purchased Havana, Cuba, ana left the follow-
last Monday of W. H. Manning, of ing day for New York.
Seabreeze, a forty horsepower Cadil- Dr. J. E. Rawling returned last
la touring car for use in his livery ISaturday from his old Virginia
business, and now desires to dispose home, where he had been called by
of one of his smaller machines the illness of his sister, leaving Mrs.
which he is offering for sale in these Rawlings to make a more prolonged
columns. stay.
Owing to L. W. Becker's ima- .... .
Owing to L... Beckers im- E. H. Mace, who spent the winter
proved condition and the fact that .h r
S d here as usual, stopping with I. M.
he was pronounced out of danger, C. h ... I .
e wae .d., Mabbette at The Rosedale, left F ri-
C. Sharp was released on bail .. T t
o day afternoon of last week for Jack-
and returned to Daytona last Satur- ., .
ad r d to D a lt sonville, where he will remain for a
day afternoon, but at this writing of week before
.. couple of weeks before proceeding
had not been given a preliminary ~ ew York.
-hearing.


-eIt will be of interest to you to : Have you seen the new invisible
call at 316 South Palmetto street bifocle, the double lense that does
and ascertain the summer rates for not blur? Ask to see the "Kryptoks
b-ard. The Rosedale. i Bifocle." N. H. Clark, Optometrist.


R. R. Stewart, of Mackinac Island, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Long, of
Mich., who for several seasons was Datyton, Ohio, friends of Adam
in charge of the J. H. Schwegler Schantz, who have been located
jewelry and souvenir store in this during the winter with Mr. and
city, spent several days with friends Mrs. J. M. Carson, on Ridgewood
here this week, returning Wednes- avenue, departed Thursday after-
day to St. Augustine where he is lo- noon on their return to Dayton.
cated this winter. H. Fluhart, who has an art
0Ft,R SALE-One 2-cylinder Ford, studio in the Peck Block, went to
$225. Central Auto Garage. Jacksonville last Saturday for a few
s t R. Sillm l days, accompanying his cousin, E.
rs. Dwight Stillman lef S Hall, of Columbus, Ohio, who
Wednesday afternoon for Orange, had been visiting with him at his
N. J., where she will remain until home on North Ridgewood avenue
Mr. Stillman joins her later in the and was enroute home.
season. Mrs. Stillman was quite,
seriously ill during race week, but Wm. H. Beecher and daughter,
is much improved and expects the Miss K. H. Beecher, of New Haven,
change of climate to further benefit Ct., and Mrs. E. E. Moseman. of
her. Bluffton, Ind., friends of Mr. and
Otto Weer last week sold his Mrs. F. S. Clapp, left Saturday for
toWehner lat w sold i St. Augustine, whers they will stop
house and lot on South Palmetto for a time before going to their re-
avenue to M. D. Eckler, of Coopers- spective homes. They were guests
town, N. Y., who will occupy it with of' e M while here.
his family as a winter home. Mr.
and Mrs. Eckler were located on' W. W. Abercrombie brought into
Bay street this season and pur-,the city a large rattlesnake the
chased the Wehner property just latter part of last week which he
previous to returning north. killed on the peninsula near Number
SNine. He saw the snake in the road
-LisT--Yaluable diamond stud. in fnt of his automobile and stop
Reward of $54) will be given finder in front of hs automobile and stop-
by returning to Dr. Schneider, 302 ping the car secured a stick and
North Ridgewood. tf dispatched the reptile which was
Five feet or more in length and had
Geo. E. Kellog, known to his fa- eiht rattles.
miliars as "UTncle George," who eight rattles.
has sent the winter in the Ellen- tFoa SALE-A five-passenger Reo
wood rooming house on Volusia touring car in good order. Will be
avenue, departed Tuesday morning' sold cheap for quick sale. Apply to
for New York State where he will Earle Williamson at Maley's Hard-
visit for a time before returning to ware store.
his home at Charlotte, Mich. Mr.
Mrs. Marshall Conant and Miss
Kellog has been coming to Daytona M C Conant, of La Crosse, Wis.,
for the past four or five seasons and Mrs. G. W. Wingate, f Brooklyn,
while here takes great interest in N. Y., and Mrs. F. H. McCulloch,
fishing. of Howardsville, Va., who have
*5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any spent the season at the Troy House,
ease of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. left Sunday for their respective
46-3mos hemes. This was Mrs. McCulloch's


maw-.


Murs. .. iMarr, wno
Daytona Beach during
departed Thursday for
Iowa.


nas been at
the winter,
Burlington,


Geo. F. Smith, J. L. Lynch and
H. T. McClellan were among the
number called to DeLand this week
on jury duty.
Mrs. D. A. Blodgett went to
Cocoa Thursday afternoon for a
short visit with her sister, the Mes-
dames Porcher and Matthews.
Frank W. Hoyt, of Wyncote, Pa.,
who had spent the winter at The
Prospect, on south Ridgewood ave-
nue, died suddenly last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lund closed The
Oaks Wednesday and accompanied
by Mrs. Lund's sister, Miss Emma
Mixie, departed for Hartford, Ct.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Roxby left
Thursday morning aboard Mr.
Roxby's launch, the "Zui Zia," for
a pleasure cruise of a week or two
down the coast.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Bennett and
little son, of Rochester, N. Y., are
visiting Mr. Bennett's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Bennett, on Bay street,
having arrived i the city last week.
Mrs. George Murray and son, of
Cincinnati, Ohio, who were stop-
ping at The Rosedale, on South Pal-
metto avenue, departed Sunday for
their summer home at Asheville,
N.C.

C. E. Johnston, who for several
years has conducted a livery in this
city, and more recently in Sea-
breeze, left Sunday for Ocala, where
he proposes to establish himself in
the same line of business.


"Four cylinder high power Run-
about, in first-class condition, for
sale, has double rumble seat. Will
exchange for desirable real estate.
Address Box 1o, Daytona, Fla.
Mrs. John Sanborn of Minot, N.
D., and her sister, Miss Lena Finkel-
son, of Northfield, Minn., who have
been visiting Mrs. J. B. Parkinson
at The Islington, departed Thurs-
day on their return north.


Mrs. W. Whitmore, who stopped
over in this city for a few days' visit
with Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Gove, while
on her return from Jacksonville to
her home at Titusville, continued
her journey homeward Wednesday.
Mrs. Nichols and granddaughter,
Miss Edith McDaniel, of Cleveland,
Ohio, who were guests of the Prince
George, left Wednesday for Wash-
ington, D. C., where they will spend
two or three weeks before returning
to Cleveland.
Members of the Christian En-
deavor Society to the number of
twenty or more gave their pastor
Rev. Dr. Marsh, a pleasant surprise
at his home on south Ridgewood
avenue, Thursday evening and a
delightful social time was enjoyed.
W. F. Gille, Jr., last week pu'-
chased of Mayor E. W. Greene a
house and lot on South Ridgewood
avenue, adjoining on the south the
residence property of Mrs. (ille's
father, G. A. Foye. Mr. Gille' and
family have been moving during the
week from Ivy Lane to their new
home.


Capt. and Mrs. Charles R. Water-
house, of New Haven, Ct., who have
been occupying the Beymann cot-
tage on Fairview avenue during the
winter, left Tuesday on their return
north, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
Isham, of New London, Ct.
Mrs. C. G. Tonsey, who came over
from Winter Park last week for a
visit with Mrs. C. H. Abbott, of
Bay street, returned home Monday,
going by way of New Smyrna, Mrs.
Abbott and granddaughter, Miss
Evelyn Haynes, accompanying her
on the automobile trip to New
Snvlrna


Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rich, who
have been located with Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Carson, on North Ridge-
wood avenue, during the winter, left
Thursday for their home at James-
town, N. Y. Mr. Rich's brother and
family are occupying one of the
Chittenden cottages on North Ridge-
wood avenue.
J. Howard Johnson left Thursday
for N~w York. Mr. Johnson drove
over to Beresford from which point
he will ship his automobile, which
will go to New York via Clyde Line.
Mr. Johnson intended to go north
by the Savannah Line, as did his
parents, Mr. and- Mrs. J. H. John-
son, who departed yeste-day.


Win. Watson and T. S. Fowler,
of Lakeside, Ohio, two genial gen-
tlemen who have spent the winter
here at the Ellenwood rooming
house on Volusia avenue, left Mon-
day on their return north, promis-
ing their friends to return to Day-
tona next fall. They intended to stop
at Chattanooga enroute to give Mr.
Fowler an opportunity to renew his
acqiuaintance with Lookout Moun-
tain which he first visited forty odd
years ago, while carrying a gun for
I'ncle Samuel.


A Hint to Winter Residents.
Winter residents should make ar-
rangements before going north, for
the mowing of their lots during the
summer. At this time of the year
the grass and weeds grow very rap-
i Ily and as the ordinance prescribes
that such vegetation must not be
permitted to grow over twelve inches
high it will be necessary for the
sanitary inspector to have all places
not attended to mowed at the ex-
pense of the owner, the amount
being charged by the city, against


Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Curtze, who the property. Ifyou have arranged
have been located at F. D. Spring's wth some one to look after your
on Ivy Lane during the winter, and mowing, drop a card to the sanitary
Mr. Curtze's sister, Mrs. Louisa inspector, M. H. Zuber, notifying
Ziegler, who has been at L. D. him of the fact.
Pitcher's on Orange avenue, left
Monday for St. Augustine and Green Announcement.
Cove Springs, where they will stay
.. I have bought the J. T. Long
for a time before returning to Erie market and grocery business on
Im Nrth B each street and will conduct
Pa. i <, rth Beach street aud will conduct


New Yakf AHttnf .

The poet modem rtatiwi.a d the
Nw York haopitals s that am car
of coaopraare da e to- mhe eddys.
pepsia, es l hea tha eicd wa
predispomed to tuberculosis.
Dyspepsia wer eat thebodysa db a,
the weakbed iraritb stomach is ma
to digest food, the body dos met rceie
the required ours- t, commripat a.
- us ad the victim become ti4, weak
and haggard. As a esuk, the body be.
comes a fertile field for the gsen eo
disease to lodge and floui.
Therefore, tke person who peris dy
pepsia to progrea mmam.ed is gty o
contributing toward the derlpmee of
one of the moat nsidiosm *md fatal di
ses known to mankim.
Dyspepsia is curable if propedly treated.
We sell a remedy which we positively
guarantee will cur indiectioa or dys.
pepsia or we ill pay for al the medi
used udring the trial. This remdy is aa
absolutely new medical dcovery ad h
been named Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets.
Certainly ao effer could be amo fair d
it is proof positive that Rezal Dpepsia
Tablets are a dependable and ifalliel
remedy. Inasmuch as the umdim wil
cost you nothing if it does notibeneit you
we urge you who ae sufering with idi
gestion or dyspepsiat try this rmady.
A twenty-five cent box of Rexas Dys
pepsia Tablets contains enough medicine
for fifteen days' treatment Remember
Recall Dyspepsia Tablets are osly som
by us.
Garth B. Young, Daytona, Fla.

Mr. and Mrs. Those W. Frost, of
Brockton, Mass., who spent last
week at the City Hotel are this week
with Mr. and Mrs. Graham Thomp-
son, on Palmetto avenue. Mr. and
Mrs. Frost are old friends of Mr.
and Mrs. G. H. Matthews.


JOE OSBOINE, 1k f


Phone 96.


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J. SCHNEIDER, M. D.
Physidcim ad Surg"o
302 North Ridgewood
Phone 193, Daytona, Florida.
Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m.,
6 to 8 p. m.

Dt. d. E. RAWLINGS

Physician & Surgeon.
Office on Volusia avenue first door
west of Hankins Pharmacy.

E. L. a-IlWART
Physician and Surgeon
Speelal attention to diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose. Office
and residence, Magnolia avenue, 3rd
door west of P. 0., telephone 82.
Office hours 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.

G. A. KLOCK
Physician and Surgeon
Special attention given to Diseases of
the Eye and Fitting of Glasses. Offce
over Globe clothing store. Office hours
7 to 8a .1 to3.0 p. m., 7 to 8:00 p. m.
DAYTONA. FLA.
M. JOSIE ROGERS, M. D.
homeopathic Physician
No. 453 North Beach Street.
Office Hours, 12:30 to 2:30 and 6:00
to 7:30.
Telephone No. 122.


DR. W. A. GOVE
Dentist


Office: Corner Ridgewood and Volusla

PHONE 89

ROY IOWE. M. )D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office and residence: 123 So. Ridge-
wood Avenue, opp Ridgewood Ho-
tel. Phone 175. Office hours: 9 to
11 a. m., 2 to 4 and 6:30 to a p. m.


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L ST gaAteMS The Modern SCM IS

hves WIders ,e
Famous Monarchs That Rivaled Seven W wonders Ingenious Rascal, Aong the Ignorance of Physicians of the
the Mighty Samson. o. ...eoc..e Cleverest In t Wor Eighteenth Century.
One of Daytona e crowning glories is
AMAZING FEATS OF MUSCLE her incomparable beach. No one who ONE OF THEIR FOXY TRICKS. TORTURE FOR THE PATIENTS.
ever set foot upon its smooth, packed
sands; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
The Emperor Maximianus Could Lift cycle over its expanse; no one who ever The Method by Which Tney Steal the .Evry Ailment Beyond Diagnosis Was
There Men With One Hand-Augus- drove a prancing pair of horses and list- Shom Off the Women's Feet In the Classed as a Feir, and Pills, Pla-
tue the Strong of Saxony Carried a ended to the popping of their steel shoes Public Streets-How a Miser's Money te Burning and hiding Were the
Horse and its Rider on His Back. upon its asphaltum-like face; no one Chest Was Bared and Looted. Regulation Remedie.
Curiously enough, a large percentage who ever steered a high-power automo An Englishman entered a first class The proverb "The remedy is worse
of the notably strong men of history bile down the broad stretch of wave- car of one of the railroad trains that than the disease" must have been coin-
have been of royal blood. One of the washed and surf-packed sand but real- un between Tokyo and Yokohama. ed In the eighteenth century, uwen
earliest of these royal athletes was ized that it is a world-beater, a world- He was a little red n the face and ap- physicians treated their patients with
aximlnnus, called "Maximianus Her- wonder. (o stand upon this wide parently ruffled In temper. He had a violence that bordered on assault
cles" because of his gret strength. speedway and see the happy souls flit just discovered that his pocket had and battery. It was held that sickness
He was e sonof a peasant andhad by in joyous mood, and answer whether been picked in the station, and he ex- was some kind of a demon that must
an enormous physique pe became a thi i, not one of the seven dern claimed bitterly against thieves In gen- be overcome by pills, plasters. bleeding
common solder and was fique nalle y made a wonders. no eral and Japanese thieves in partic- and burning, and if the patient inl-
emperor by acclaim of his fellow sol- The Plad Pluci la Rver. r. dentally got the full effects of the tor-
diers during a stormy perio of Ro- hee tin yu is ae i e An Ameri-an who had been engaged tare and died, so much the worse for
d -ienur-g a stormy p d of o- here think you is water with more In Yokohama for a number of years him. Air and water were considered
mau sta strength was prodi-. PtI r" e surroundings? Nearly a uoti C the Englishman's quandary the most dangerous things for a sik
gous. It was sd that on foot he mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta. Turnlug round to me. he said: "Our person to have, and his misguided de-
could ran down a fox, that he could tion, artistic cottages witl roomy ve- English frieLd seems a bit excited. If maud for them was interpreted as a
lift three men with one hand and that randa's looking out upon her bosom, he growla at having his pocket picked, sign that he should hare still less.
by gripping the wheel of a chariot game food fishes in countless numbers what would he say If he had the shoes The windows were shut and the cur-
with one finger he could resist the pull beckoning, as it were, to those with rod stolen off his feet' talus of the four poster tightly drawn
of three horses. Like most men of and reel; her bosorn flecked with duck "That is clearly an Impossibility," I around the recumbent unfortunate
groat physical strength, Maximlanus and coot and snowy-winged sea birds, laugheld ga spi g or breath. If be burned witb
was a heavy eater. History records .. .ai rI" don't knouw about that," he rI fever the blankets were piled on him
tat hi ay aowae as which sit about as if for the sport of turned. "It may not happen with our A desire for water meant that he could
pounds of meat and eighteen bottles of bobbing upon her waves; watch that western style of shoes, button and have none, while a lack of appetite
wine. lubberly old white headed p lican ponih lace; but, all the same, I have beard proved that he ought to be stuffed
Augustus the Strong of Saxony was a fat mullet, and that fish hawk tr-g- and I know it to be a fact that the with food. A bath was positively un-
another of these royal Samsons. He gling upward with his floundering load sandals of Japanese have been stolen thinkable.
would often seize two of his courtiers, he snatched from the water. off their feet." The deadly results of breathing
grasping one with his right hand and See the beautiful launches, spick and "Well. how is it done?" I asked. "night air" were accentuated by med
another with his left, holding them up span, their hampers and lockers bulging "Very simply," he answered. "Sup- eal writers, says S. G. Tallentyre hIt
at arm's length and playfully twirling with refreshments both solid an liquid pose a Japanese woman who has a the Cornhill Magazine. All air was
them about a cru pon particularly flue pair of lacquered bad. but the night quality often prov-
On'one caselon the horse ridden by ready for a ce upon her butil clogs is one of a great crowd that l ed fatal to "young ladies of beauty,
one of his attendants became balky surface Take out your field glass and watching a passing procession or a.e- fortune and great merit" and to "young
and refused to budge. After some min- sweep the river from Ormond bridge to I gious celebration of priests In front gentlemen of parts and breeding." One
utes of coaxing the king dismounted, Ponce Park light house, then sayI of a temple. Along comes an expert bold medico recommended that a bed-
placed his Herculean shoulder under whether the Halifax isn't a thing of pickpocket-or pickfoot. I don't know chamber should be ventUated-in the
the horse's chest, grasping it by the beauty and a joy forever, and one of which you want to call him. His daytime. Another dared to suggest
fore legs, and calmly walked away the modern wonders. keen eyes. fastened on the ground dis- that consumptives might benefit from
with both horse and rider. This re- The Enchatingly Picturesque Ridgewood. cover those desirable clogs. There- sleeping in a pure atmosphere. The
markable performance was witnessed dgo veue i u the t of upon he make. up his mind that he rule for ablutions was "hands often.
by a number of courtiers and attend- idgew avenu. is upon tle crest of wants them. feet seldom, bead never," but a physi-
ants. a brod dge, straight as the crow flies, "The first thing she knows the own elan far to advance of his age sur-
I King Richarl-of England ("Coeur de and the wide-spreading branches of the er of the clogs feels an unpleasant ised that Invalids might bathe their
Lion") had tremendous strength. Dur- heavy-trunked livc-oaks extend their sensation in her left oot. Naturally feet in warm water once a week and
Ing his captivity in Germany he gave giant arms across this magnificent vista, she wants to stop It, and quite me- under extraordinary circumstances
a terrible demonstration of his physical forming an arch, and from these extend- chanically and almost absently she take a warm bath once a month.
powers. The son of one of the ward- ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss slips her right foot out of its clog Overeating and drinking caused
ens was a youth locally renowned for sway as the trade winds from tropic seas a bgns to ratch tht ooo many of the diseases of the upper
himuscular strength and n his as- fn them. Lookingstraight ahead down ble n her le oot with her claes. Montesquie said that dinner
surance Invited the royal captive to an th... i.. ,She feels relieved Forgetting all killed one half of the Parisians and
exchange of buffets. The young man this white shell street ole has the im- about the incident, she becomes ab- supper the other half. Everywhere it
by a cast of the dice won the right to pression of a fairy path with elfish dra- sorbed n the spectacle again. oon was the custom to pile the table with
the first stroke and struck the king a peries, but as you move along and cast the irritation cross over to a SIm- roast beef. mutton, capons, boars'
staggering blow on the side of the in eye first to the right and then to the Ilar spot In her rightfoot Abnmly, heads, pasties, creams, stuffings and
bead. It was then the king's turn. and left you see distinguished cottage homes once more,/se sldes her leftot ou mincemeats. A earful repast of twelve
Uie landed a blow just behind his op- in the most delightful settings. of Its clol and begn to soothe t ndgestlble courses was brought on all
In-st t mntroublesome spot with her toes:.
ponents ear so heavy that the man urpssing Beauty ot Our cottage Homes. he thie was responsible for the together, so that the diners knew what
wans ntantly ile No one of Daytona s attractions, per- Irritation and walked of with the was expected of them. A large break-
SThis incident Is used in Sir Walter ha omnandas moren nearl' universal .clog" I said. fast of small beer and meats preceded
haps commands more nearly I
Scott's famous historical novel "Ivan- hs ce y the gigantic midday meal, when people
hoe." where King Richard, the "Black attention and praise than does the artis- "Certainly. The rascal caused the h gigani ia meal, when peole
Knight," and the jolly outlaw Friar tic cottage. The owners of these charm- trouble with a bit of straw or wire oyed a Gargantan gorge for there
Tnck have an exchange of buffets. ing villas hail from every corner of the he returned t tat m lan option. After thw i the gentle-
without, however, any fatal result. country and they bring their own archi- I nt one woot o the -tht te d men joined fer the women for a dish of
Dom Pedro I., emperor of Brazil. is textural plans and build upon them,and w ent the foot of hweIould mi tea n Jethe racing room, ano it was
also on the list of royal strong men. as the architecture of one section of th and the thie wold rn th chance not long before the whole party of hu-
On te occasion of a t arnia e w ar- country differs from the architecture of of being caught before the second man anacondas returned to the dinin-
ranged o atthes oo that e was stand- another so do our homes differ in out- could be stolen." room for a supper on the cold reI-
ig on the bow of the royal barge be Ofe nts ob tee dinner. Amsd this o
tween two of his stateliest courtiers. ward appearance and structural beauty "Oh, that Is one of the cleveret nants of the dinner. Amid this orgy
Suddenly in the midst of the festivities from one another. There are no monoto- parts of the trick," explained my of gluttony Walpole and Voltaire were
the king reached out. grasped a court nous rows of strikingly similar buildings friend. "e th comes supplied distguished or an abstinence that
ier with each hand, and, after holding but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated with a pair of ceap woodenclogs prologedas universal an
P&ki oiedoeA-lwnth-AHeae te ovytdrinkingpicamurnlmerseilandr
S. costing but a few sen. and the owner eavy ing was uniersal an
them for a few moments squirming lI to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps of the lacquered footgear goe away rarely reprimanded by medal men.
the air and begging to be re"la-ed, he the mind wondering What next" with them and never notices the dif- as by Dr. Tronchin. One Dr. ('hene
relaxed his grip and allowed them to .. .
dro. plum Ino tewaer ..dt Streets and Pavements the Most and Best. ference, at least not until it Is too advised women not to take a whole
mnte appla se of the hu erod Why the Architect of the nivrse late to profit from the knowledge." bottle a day. Another authority wrote
,an~twh. asB.e k lng joined ertei in th miracle, thge moht piytursul te ot ad- hug c a ymeanns of atttainlng loneevlty was
S a oe arll n imraen o "Oh, very picheturesque retrnednatural "om stated to be a bottle of wine ;at dimer
S ul~~ j t Iqe, but what the drenched setting of all tlhe citit" of the South time ago I heard of one of them whi and three glasses after. Those who fol-
vtus.t g t aout this exquisite not revealed but that such is a fact used to carry a handful of watch rings lowed such advice wee in danger of
. e st h. recorded.tn. must be apparent to the most superficial to fit into the stems of ah sorts of being dubbed temperan e cranks. A
b .~ei the ltleof l ussia lnhie n ar observer. With such lavish wealth of watches that he might come by dis- story Is told of the celebrated and con-
well as metal power. Hi years of natural beauty it became an easy thing honestly. Once he lifted a watch In vlvlal Dr. Garth, who was tippin,
r as blasmith and shl carpen- fr the hand of man to give the little a train, and the owner, in g i but bumpers at the t-t clu wen re-
ter had so developed a naturally pow- finishig toucls wich hv brought not knowing who the thief was, set minded that his patients needl at-
terf phydsique l thathe was y believedto outthecoltouchrs andoutlinesofrthght up a shout and had a policeman sum- tentlon. "'Tis no matter." said G::lrth.
.er py ue at e was leaved to out the eors atld outlines of t hi mongd. The police, to tsy the vi- already half seas over, "'if I see them
be the s.trongest man in Russis. picture, tim. Insisted that every one In the or not. Nine have such bad eonstitu-
Th'e story is told that a ertain Man did all this in the laying out of train show his watch. When the turn tlona that all the dot-tors in the world
blacksmith in a itle country town he streets with their wide margins of of the thief came he drew out of his c'a-t save them, and the other six
atedth a h, w,,as 0 theonly black- p1arkage, thle entire city becomes a pocket the stolen timeplece. and Its have such good that all the doctors in
smith. great ptrk w original possor not reconiring t the world can't kill them."
n anvil qPha omnopep hoolna' ,,i' great park orgia po~eme, n rognnng -t --, .fi -utr


the bl the's boast, disguised im Ad as for pavemets, pavements on account of the changed ring. missed A physician named Brown became
the bl th boas, disguised him- And as for pavements, pavementsthe pet of fashinable women by a-
self as a workman and with a single that look and act like granite,-where an easy chance to regain his ppereve, ay res po as pleasant women dies.
comousnon sat out for the blacksmith's else between the eastern and western he continued, "who managed by the "a glass of wine In the forenoon from
village. on learning or tneir errant lses are so many nailes in proportion to expend'.ure of a little money to have time to time," "several glasses of ,prt
the blacksmith without a word laid inhabitants? Till sonie unheard-of himself enrolled under different names or punch after dinner till some enliv-
aside his tools and, grasping the anvil place reports more and better, Daytona in the various lists of different towns, ending effect is perceived from them."
wit his brawny hands. f fted it with l throws down the gauntlet to the world. When arrested he gave one of these Together with inordinate quantities of
great effort about a foot from the floor. liquor d food, D B
Then Peter took hold of the anvil Squirrels. Flowers. Birds and Fruits. various names to the authorities. The liquor and food Dr. Brown recom-
raised it a foot, two feet, three. higher Whatever one's shortcomings and police, on looking up the record of the mended to his male patients the conm-
and higher, till he finally swung it to however indifferent or eve callous one name given, were unable to find any pany of "delightful young women."
black marks against it Thus he al- One of the natural ronsequenmes of
his shoulder and calmly walked away may be to many things, the mere men- ways maragd to it Thu be al- Oie og the natural e regimen ws the
With It. tion of luirrels and flor, birds ad. ways managed to escape with a light such an agreeable regimen was the
with it.h tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds and punishment for his first offense, com- gout, for which eighteenth century
Charletagne was said to be the most fruits" will send a thrill that is reflected nllttd I don't know how many times, high livers took seas of liquid mtedi-
powerful man physically of his tme. in distendled pupils and pricked ears. "But I don't know that any of these cines, mountains of pills and bins of
One of his favorite feats of strength For every visitor with a spare "goo- fello'a were as clever as another thief powders.
wa to break te eavestoresoey her" there is a bunny ready to come out I heard about. You know many of the Any disease beyond diagnosis wan
gripping it with one hand.
A worthy successor of Peter the :m"d accept your gift. lie will sit bolt Japanese sleep on a sort of bed made put down as "a fever." Whether ty-
Great was the late Czar Alexander III.. right and gnaw into the meat. c.ating up on the floor, called a feuton. Well, phus or typhoid, scarlet or gastric. non-
furt glan old Japanese miser kept his money tontaglous or violently infectious, any-
who was one of the strongest men In furtive, saucy glnces at you meanw while in the house, concealed In a small thing which caused a rise in tempera-
the world. He was often called "the flowers! Usually fresh and blooming chest of drawers. In the daytime he ture was sufficiently described by the
Russn Samson. The czar's regular the year 'round. In one yard roses of never took his eyes off his treasure, term fever. Smallpox, scurvy, spotted
visiting card was a Russian coin some- variagated hues predominate, another and at night he had his fenton pushed and jail fever were maladies distinctive
what larger than or silver quarter, has a penchant for th' poinsettia and tightly against it, so no robber could of the age. Disinfection and first aid
which he wold bend almost double premises aret aflame; another is hid- get at his money without awakening
with his powerful fingers.,nihuae him.
Alexander was also fond of breaking a jungle of r a lng time a gang th es
horseshoes, and it Is said he never The birds flit in,and with their joyous or a long me a gng of NOBODY SPARED.
found one he could not break in two. notes help to give fullness and symne- a way of stealing ther oard without fin
He could take two fresh packs of cards try to the picture. awin t detected. Well. on certain IK T
and by gripping the ends with his A for fruits, choice citrus fruit y- night one of them entered the house K e Troubes Atack yto Men
hands tear themstraghtdown through ona yields theplmn to none for quality and gently. little by little, pulled the and Women, Old and Young.
the middle. ,and quantity per Ate. There are scores lhd on which the miser lay away from i
It Is said that on one occasion a wo- ,f citrus groves in proximity to the city the chest of drawers. Then he quickly KIid ey ils wize y toln a rn 1n.
mr.n companion expressed a wish for a ranches bending to the earth with their emn 'd the drawers of their cur- "ml"' uic-kly with little -arniaIg..
bouquet holder in 'which to place a burdensof luscious golden globesren shoved the bed back to ts orig- hie suffer in their early y .
large bunh of roses. The czar took ain latest Auo hele In msition and made his escape. Can't control the kidney .ueret ions.
pewter tankard from a table nearby The Astest Autos And The Finest Out. 'Sverl days as before the un- irL are languid, nervo, sffer ai.
and with a few movements ot his pow- Ilere is where world's records for speed fortunate miser detected bhL loss."- rWonen worry, can't do daily work.
erful hands fashioned it into a rough are broken with every recurring season. ('lhi-:ago News. u.lea have lame and aching backs.
but picturesque and quite efficient bou- Autos the biggest, the fastest and the he cure for mand woman r chsl.
quet holder.-W. R. C. Latson in New : .,, ..., ... .... ,. e cu for manwomanI r lil.


... .... 2:27......1:3U......2:20...
... S... ... 3:05 .... 2:05...... 2:52...
S ... l... 3:40...... 2:37 ...... 3:25...
...10...... 4:15... ... 3:10...... 4:07...
...I1....-.. 4:47...... 3:46 ... 4:55...
...12... ... 5:45...... 4:27...... 5:55...
...13.. 6:43 :... ... 5:15... ... 7:05...
..14...... 7:4 ...... 6:12...... 8:19...
.z...I5.. 2 ... ..... 7:17 ...... 9:28...
..16 ... 9:47 ... ... :25 ......10:32...
...17...1...10:47... ... 9:33......11:29...
.... ... ..11:52..... 10:33..... 11:54...
.....19... :27 ....12 .11:27......143...
...20 1-'...... 53 ......11:45 ... 1:12...
...21-...... 1:451......12:37...... 2:00...
S...22 ... -- -2::15... ... 1:30... ... 2:52.
S... ... 27.. 2... 2:1 ...... 3:35...
4..4........ .. 8 7 .. ",
...24 ... ... 1.7. ... 3:07..j... 4:25:...
5 2... 3.. 3 I:-- 5:17.. 1
...6 ...... 6:(7...... 4:47...... 6:12...
...27 ... 7 :12... ... 5:43- ... 7:12...
...2- ... ... X:20... ... 6:43... ... S:12...
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.. .. .... ... .. 9:53 ..............
.9 :53...j.........
Forenoon and afternoon tides are ap-
proximately at the same hour. Auto-
mobiles can be driven on the beach two
hours after high tide and within two
hours of high tide.
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to nature were ner v
while the patient was d6oed with
rible drafts and nauseatt e
and bled on every possible oea
Louts XIV. was bled nine tim ft
scarlet fever. Bleeding killed the
Duchess of Tremouille and her has-
band. When a mob attacked the Duke
of Bedford's house in 1765 the doctors
remedied the outrage by bleeding the
duchess next morning. A young man
who fell against a marble table and
cut his head open was treated by hav-
ing a few pints of extra blood drawn
from his veins by an expert surgeon.
Blistering was esteemed next to bleed-
Ing. A fashionable remedy for con-
sumption was -a mash of raw sailha
shells and all, taken from a spoon.

Seeing and Thinking.
Most people see an object when they
think of it They can see before their
eyes a geometrical drawing or the fig-
ures on a chessboard when they think
of them. In order to think at all most
men make use of Images, though they
may be of different kinds. Thus one
man when he thinks of "Italy" sees
Just the printed word; another sees the
country's outline on a map; another
may see the country spread out before
him, with Its villages and towns.
Psychologists are beginning to classify
tlhe different aids or images of which
men make use. Some. for example,
hear the words of their thought within
themselves; others read them. as If
the words were written generally in
black on a white ground.-London
rPst.
To Pluck Them.
Lord Justice Mathew once tried a
case in which a money lender sued a
youth who had fallen into his hands.
The plaintiff demurred at counsel's re
ferring to him constantly as a "money
lender" and protested that he was
eonlethlng in addition to that.
*"Whatt is the addition?" inquired the
Judge.
"Well. I'm-well, a dealer In-er-
birds."
"Certalnly-pigeons?" quietly asked
*hn Intldo landorn Tpl nu.nh


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... 4... 12:45...
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16 :0 am .......... ... lHavana...I............ 00 pm w'
*Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Knights Key and K-v West
tMondays, Wednesdays and Fridays arrival and departure- at IIt ana
PALATKA BRANCH
Leave East' EAST PALATKA TO Arrive Leave PALATKA TO EAST iArrivoast
Palatka PALATKA i alatka P'alatka PALATKA Palata
515am ....1....No. 100 Daily ........ 535s am i 10 a .....No. 101 Dily 600am
615 am ..........No. 10l IatIl......... G6 : all h u1, am 1 .:.RiN4. 103 aiv 8 am
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SAN MATEO BRANCH
Leave East EAST PALATKA TO .Arrive sanlL.eve.San SAN MATEOTO EAST ArriveEast
Palatka SAN MATEO Mateo | Ma te. P.ALATKA Palatka
830 am '..........No. 10 Daily......... S a) 9) il a m .......... Vo 10 Dall -- 920 am
3 20 pm .......No. 7 Daily.......... :: plm > pm .........No. 8 Daly..... 4 0 pm
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Daily Daily DaIly Daly MATI'OT BRANCHI Iy ly Daily Ill
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7 50 pm 6 50) pm 240 pm 10 00 am Lv. Palbla thench...Lv,.5 i s amin7 59 am It39 am 1519 pm
7 56 pm 656 pm 2 44 pm t10o am Lv Atlantic Beach.Lv 5 5, am 3 am, l nF am' 5 1 pm
810 pm 7 10 pm 'l pm 100 3 am Ar......MaYprt....Lv r. t an l 0 am l1 am 500 pm
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Co.me.c. mae as KamihL Key with P. & O. S. S. Co. for Key West and lavm.. Cus..
.T Ea lIK TALES ahow h i at which trains my be expected to arrive at and deCn fro m
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