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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
Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: April 24, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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f, N Tag, etc., jut received, we have a complete
Mt fMatting covered Suit Cases and Teleecope. Also a
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Ie tell at cost. If put in cans it would cost 20 centse-
| w eaRe and retail at 25 cents. Sold in any quantity.
for 20, 25, 35 and 40 cents per lb. They are
v logota and Santoe, Maracaibo and Guatemala,
Cordova. Mild and high grade Rio. Must be sold


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ly and honorably we tranmaet our
business. Electrical repair re-
ceive special attention. Those
who employ us never worry about
our charges, and they know be-
fore engaging us that our work-
mansbip will be the best.


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.. 'ChiciMo Lodge No. 4 fitted up one

min Ira. *ll
Individual Elks have presented
t many handsome thins, such as
lterestmr Descriptioa of the bed Moomn asts, pianos, billiard and T heot'sob m
Sp. O ~ Nti Home pool takes, antique davenport, or-
E nate brms. 4iarww, elpien o'clock of Daytma
at Bedford City, Va. toast gong, graphop e, vase of an- F. E C
Bedford City, Va., April 11, 1909. tique bronze, flags, 6tly furniture, The hotels a
Editor GazetteNews:-This is a etc. f Daytona wot
most delightful little ciy of 4,0001 Several acresof the 'home land the offer ofthe
inhabitants, nestled amZng the foot-"ill b planted to corn, potatoes, spacs, free of dc
hillsofthe Peaks of Otter, theseeete.ld pasta ge is had for four matio Boonlet
peaks e*n ing out in sharp outline c some hos, a horse, 150 chick- paring for the
against blue sky 4,000feet above ens, a flock each of ducks and This ooklet
the sea leveL The atmosphere is P'heants- every season, is
crisp and bracing, the scenery pie- Your correspondent is indebted throughout the
turesque, the water clear, cold and to J. B. Klie, of Allegheny Lodge, west a Cslifar
sparkling and ihe inhabitants leading, Pa., and to W. C. Hugh- being printed.
rugged and characterisically court- lett for this information and for portunity ot he
eous. It isa good place to be and courtesie the East Coast
any Daytonians who feel the need of All the Elks wore cheerful faces an excellent ad
a change might find a congenial at- and the extensive grounds, magnifi- whole section a
mosphere in this vicinity during the cent building, luxurious furnish- beautiful and a
heated term. ingsand genial atmosphere spoke Coast cities ao
Here is located the B. P. E. volumes in praise of Elkdom. sented in its pa
National home and a visit this fore- Finally-It is cold here. Satur- hotels and boar
noon to this magnificent institution day we awoke to find it had snowed Appended is
afords inspiration for a little co- the night before. On the other side sent out by J. I
mpnication which I shall try hard of the mountains there is plenty of passenger Age
to tell you about in such terse sen- anow. Mra. D. and I have on thick boarding house
tenes and straightforward language wraps and coats and a breath of who has not rec
as to keep within the compass of orange perfume and salt sea air has failed to fu
your columns, would be mighty grateful about formation shou
This beautiful home stands on a now- delay:
splendid eminence the t western When the mother saurian is heard St Augusti
suburbs of Bedford City in the to croak in the marshes, the insect Dear Sir:-Y(
center of a plat of eight acres with with the serrated proboscis fills the miliar with our
a sloping blue-grass sward in front air, the polly-wog is giving nightly which is issued
and grove of giant oaks and chest- concerts in Fever Hollow, join the which we try to
nuto in the rear Standing upon migratory throng and head for the count of the hi
the great corridors of this superb Peaks of Otterq L C. DEMIAEE. houses at point
home a magnificent panorama is Coast of Florida
spread to view. The sky-piercing lI hT FI a I Eachyear we
Peaksof Otter on the north, tlhe '1 wl Mhm the information
undulating farm lands on the east, AIl I I MHIVMITM with this end in
the great N. & W. Ry. rumbling at send in, without
its foot, the charming city on their I relative to your
south are of distinctive interest and Erectng Large Storage House for to appear in the
the eye of the old Elk takes in these If we do not I
aaes at a glance. Boats at Dry Dock North course, we will
You Daytona Elks are probably of the City. do care for rei
aware tat in the winter of 1865, a~ The hbnldinr wieh F A Ran. book.
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little more than forty-two years o erecting on his property between
the Benevolent and Protective O.der the Central and South bridges d
of Elks was first organized in the makes quite an imposing appear- t
City of New York with a member- ance, lookinglike a new hotel or '
ship of thirteen names. The order boarding house and in fact it is a o
has grown marvelously and now lodginghouse for boats, of which
hrds roam over the entire country. Mr. Root says he already has con-
It is a purely American institu- tracts enough to pretty well take up t
tion and is found only where Old alLavailable space, although tlh (
Glory waves to the breezes. Every
lory waves to the breezes. E new building is fifty by eighty feet o
Elk is supposed to believe in God in its dimensions, t
and to be an American citizen but The boat house is so placed that a
-the most emphatic, combative, pro- boats can be run into it from the "
nounced infidel I ever met perhaps canal on the south side of the dock a
was encountered today at the Na- or from the open water to the north c
tional Home. Wealth, rank, title or of the wharf and besides the clear
distinction cuts no ice in Elkdom;space for the boats on the ground
if you are are a capital fellow you floor there is a large storage loft for 1
can be an Elk the safe keeping of much of the t
At their annual meeting in New boat supplies. a
Orleans in 1898 it was proposed to Mr. Root recently purchased one s
establish a National Home for the hundred feet of the marsh to the
aged and indigent Elks and a com- north of his property and all that i
mitttee was appointed to report upon south of him, and west of W. D.
its feasibility. The next year at St. Bradshaw's place, to the Daytona
Louis the committee reported favor-line and intends some time in the
ably and in less than twenty minutes future to fill it with soil from the
$20,000 were pledged toward such river, by means of a suction dredge.
a home. lHe thinks it is but a question of a
Nineteen years agoa palatial sum- short time when all this extent of
mer hotel was built here at a cost marsh will be raised above tide
of *120,000. It was not a success. level in this manner and become
The committee appointed by the valuable river frontage as have sim-
Elk Grand Lodge to provide a home ilar mah lands in other localities.
took it over and in May 1903 it was
dedicated to its present use, about
5000 visiting Elks being present. eetig With Great Success.
The building is crescent shape Friends in this city of Rev. F. R.
and can not be said to be of any dis- Marsh will be interested in hearing
tinctive style of architecture. Ihe of the success with which he is
first story is of beautiful brown-gray meeting in his new field of labor at
stone and collossal pillams, with Houston, Texis.
huge graceful arches, suppor.i ag an Mr. Marsh, who is a son of Rev.
upper balcony. The building is Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Marsh, of this
200 feet long and three stories high 'city, was sent to Houston last .Janu-
over a fine stone basement, making ary by the Home Missionary Board
really four stories. Surmounting of the Congregational Church to in-
all is a grand tower and from its troduce Congregationalism into that
lofty height a splendid view may be' thriving and important city, -,hich.
had of the surrounding country, though well provided with other de-


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service shown i
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F. E. R ay. o, of
arga, in the Infor-
whicr they f ae pre-
eason 1900-10.
whica they issue
widely distributed
country, A s r. fa
ni*. 100,000 copies
This is a great op.
Wiping yourself and
country, for thi is
Ivertiement of the
ad Daytona, the most
Ltractive of the Easi
uld be well repre
fge by hernuomrorus
ding homes.
a copy of a letter
D. Rhner, General
nt. Any hoel or
owner or proprietor
eived this letter o
nish thedesired in-
ld do so without

ne March 5th, 1909.
o are doubtless fr
Infornetion Booklet
each season and in
give a complete ac-
atels and boarding
ts along the East
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shown thereisr and
Sview,ask that you
t delay, such data
house, as you wish
next issue.
hear from you in due
understand that you
presentation in this

pense, printing and
s ook, is bore pbye
a Coast Railway and
oight to change or
cement sent in.e
mesa that it is ha
Your rates higher
y charge. The East
have the reputation
et expensive part of
ot keeps som people
o a mistake to show
ication;" quote your
ad give service ac-

Seshow all hotels,
r and homes that
at people can select
places in ger Agent.ce
d that charges and
s reliably presented.
ponue and complete
respectfully solicited.
irs Truly,
1). .RANER,
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Buys a Winter Home.
J. Emory Rush, of Ocala, formerly
of this city* has sold through the
Conrad Real Estate Agency, the
west one of his two houses on Bay
street, No. 14, to Marcus H. Rogers.
of Massachusetts, who has taken pos-
session, and will put it in order for
occupancy next winter. Mr. Rogers
lUs visited nearly all part% of Flor-
ida, and had a winter home for sev-
eral years on the west coast, but de-
cides that Daytona has more natural
attractions and better conditions,
than any other part of State.

The Latest in Weather Vanes.
Speaking of weather reminds one
of weather vanes, etc., and W. G.
Nash, junior member of the firm of
t. Nash & Son, tin and sheet metal
U.'rersL. drina theI s an.thni.


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Cream of Wheat, Ralston Breakfat ogd or
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THE DAYTONA GAt- I t-NEWS
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY
T.. I. Pll s A ALD, Editor


THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY
(INCORPORATED)


Entered at the Postofice at-Daytona, Florda, as Second Class Matter.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
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OM epysi xwmths.. .......75
One copy three months ............40

SATURDAY, AFRIL 24, 1909


Another Negro (eis Life Impris-
onment.-Waren Case
Is Continued.
The spring term of the Circuit
Court adjourned at DeLand Wed-
nesday. Only two civil cases were
tried, the time of the court being
devoted to the criminal docket. A
special term will probably be held
in July to clean up the civil docket.
Arthur Nelson, a Cow Creek
negro, was convicted of murder in
the first degree and sentenced to be
hanged. John Johnson, also col-
ored, of Maytown, was convicted of
murder in the first degree but the
jury recommended him to the mercy
of the court and he was sentenced
- to life imprisonment.
Frank Dawson, an Osteen negro,
was indicted for manslaughter and
the case remanded to the Criminal
Court of Record for trial.
No true bill was found against
clver, the Seville negro, who was
charged with murder.
A true bill for murder in the first
dege was returned against Charley
Warren, the colored boy who killed
the Geiger girl in Midway last
winter, but his case was continued
until the next term of court.




UEA IL AT DELAND.


Gal Their Freedom by Digging
Through Floor and Tunneling
S Out.-Still at Large.
Deputy Marshal Ben Tinkham re-
S* -ceived a mer-age-from J. R. Turner,
Thursday night stating that five
aegro prisoners. Charlie Warien,
Joi Aihuaon, Arthur Nelson, Theo.
Hut ad -d another, confined n
s i)e DTland jail hal escaped al
abot 10~l00 o'clock by digging out
aer the wall of the building from
the floor within and to get word t,
.Shearit ., L. Smith as quickly as
possible. The message reached
S hero at about 11:30 p. m, but Sheriff
SSmith, who was in this city in the
afternoon had gone to New Smyruna
: aon the evening train. After some
little table Officer Tinkham sue
:. eeded in notifying him at that
plae, he also put Singletoni
and several other colored men on
tb- wteh for the fugitives, going
:iMEjaras far as the convict t aml,
on the DeLand road.
One of the hounds was missing
from the jail yard and it is supposed
it was carried off by the jail
breakers.
Nelson was sentenced to death by
Judge Jones this week and Johnson
tolife imprisonment, both having
beea convicted of murder. Warren
Si also charged with murder.


KINGSTON


KINGSTON, April 22-Miss A. C.
Saffe has gone to her home near Knox-
ville, Tens., carrying the best wishes of
her many warm friends in Kingston.
Mi a8ffell has endeared herself to us,
not less by her kind and congenial dis-
poitio, than by her graceful and at-
tractive personality and we sincerely
desirA that she may come to us again at
soe futtue time.
Th Orr brothers, F. T. H. Kidwell
and this neribe-took an outing on their


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HOLLY HILL


HOLLY HILL, April 22-I. M.
Drake made a visit to St. Augustine
this week.
Capt. W. H Heath took a party from
this place to the Inlet and Spruce Creek
last Saturday on a fishing trip. They
had a fine day and enjoyed the outing
very much. but found the fishing rather
slow.
Mrs. A. H1 Carter entertained the
reading circle Friday afternoon about a
dozen ladies being present.
Thos. Wetherll returned last week
from a trip to VAashington, 1). C, Chat-
tanooga, Tenn., and other points.
Mrs. C. F. Wetherell returned Satur-
day from a visit with her sisterat Hawks
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Both Moving Picture Shows
Giving Three Performa
Each Week.
H. T. Titus and Garth B. Young
have purchased the Crystal Theater
of Mr. Long and will keep it in op-
eration during the summer, giving
three entertainments a week for the
present, Monday, Wednesday and
Saturday nights, film service only,
the vaudeville being discontinued.
W. G. Hobbs will also continue
the film service at the 'Gator moving
picture show, likewise giving three
performances a week, Monday, Wed
nesday and Saturday nights, so that
for the present at least there will be
an abundance of entertainment'
along this line for the regular resi-
dents and such of the winter visitors
as still linger in the city.

Holiday Notice.
Monday, April l6th, being a legal
Holiday in the State of Florida, the
Merchants Bank will be closed for
business on that day. All orders
for currency, pay rolls or transfers
of money should be made by Satur-
day, April 24th.



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PORT ORANGE, April 22-Our pop-
ular F. E. C. RY. agent, J. L. Ifailey,
has had a man at work several days
cleaning up and improving around the
passenger depot.
Quite a number of our winter visitors
left last week and about twenty on
Monday, among whom were: Mr. and
Mrs. Shocker from the Port Orange
Hotel; Miss Stella Baker started for her
home in Illinois; Mr and Mrs. Geo H.
Brown for Lancaster, Mass ; Mr. and
Mrs. and Miss Halter, Prof. Hyatt and
Ibs daughter, Mrs. Barlow, started for
other home in New York State.
We called on Joseph White at his
cosy winter home in the southern part
of town and found him busy superin-
tending the clearing up of the lot they
recently purchased and getting ready to
leave for their summer home in Ocean
Grove which they did Monday, intend-
ing to stop in St. Augustine, Jackson-
ville, Washington, D. C., and Phila-
delphia. Mr. White informed us that
he had already numerous applications
for rooms in his hotel for the coming
season. The Spray View is a very popu-
lar house.
Miss Florence Reed started Tuesday
for her home in Joliet, III.
Phillip Stuart, with Mrs. Stuart and
the two children drove down to Port
Orange Tuesday. Mr Stuart informed
us that his father, Fred G. Stuart. had
started for Washington on the Pacific
Coast, intending to make that place his
future home.


Waterson the past two months, left this
morning for their home, which it will
take six days continuous travel to reach.
This is their first trip to Florida, and
they are charmed with it.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bianchi are spend-
ing the week in St. Augustine. They
expect to return home Saturday.
Misses Pierson left yesterday for their
summer home at Newark, N. Y. They
will be greatly missed at the little
church around the corner, as well as in
the social circle.

Card of Thanks.
We wish to express our sincere thanks
and appreciation of the kindness shown
us by our friends and neighbors during
the recent sickness and death in our
family. Mrs. Dexter Wakefield,
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wakefield.


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SEABREiRF., April 21- Dexter.
Wakefield, who paused away Wednes-
day night of last week. was laid to rest
Thursday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock at
Pinewood Cemetery. The funeral ser-
vices were held at the home of his son,
Prof. Homer Wakefield, in the presence
of a large number of sympathetic
friends. Rev. Dr. Marsh officiated, and
his words were full of comfort for the
bereaved wife and family. Miss Pier-
son, Mr Burdie and Dr. Evernden
sang, "Some Day Well Understand"
and "The Home of the Soul." There
was a wealth of flowers, -crosses and
other emblems, most of them tributes
from the pupils of the school in loving
sympathy ,for their principal. The
children marched in procession to the
cemetery, bearing floral offerings, and
the grave was banked with them. Mr.
Wakefield came here last summer in
feeble health, and he and his wife lived
with their son, Prof. Wakefield. He
was seventy-seven years of ige, had
lived a manly life of service for better
things in his various relations as citizen,
husband and father, and passed out
quietly and peacefully in answer to the
call.
Master Harry Haigh and his pretty
little sister, Dorothy. had a twin birth-
day celebration on last Thursday after-
noon from 3:00 to 5:00, at the home of
their parents on Ocean boulevard. The
children, some twenty in all, had aglori-
ous time playing games on the lawn, the
more fortunate of whom were the win-
ners of pretty prizes.. After the games
the happy youngsters filed into the
dining room and were given places at
two beautifully appointed and decorated
tables, one of the most interesting feat-
ures being a wonderful birthday cake
with Harry's and Dorothy's names
spelled out on each respectively. There
were pretty caps to be worn and
individual souvenirs for each guest, be-
sides plenty of delicacies and ice cream
Miss S. E. Russell and brother, H.
Russell and friend, Miss Baumann, left
Saturday morning for Marietta, Ga.
Miss Russell spends her summers at
Monteagle, Tenn., where she hasa home.
Mrs. Elizabeth Baldwin, who has
been spending the winter with her
daughter on Valley street, leaves Tues-
day for Fargo, N. D., on a visit to an-
other one of her daughters.
W. F Ayers sad wife, who have been
visiting their brother and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Ayers, left last week for their
home at Detroit, Mich. A. Ayers and
wife leave tomorrow for their home at
Lansing, Mich
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Bliss and son,
Donald, after a pleasant sojourn of
eight weeks with Mrs. Bliss's mother,
Mrs. Hesser, on Valley street, left last
week for Attleboro, Mass., their home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ellis, of Hiram,
Ohio, leave Saturday for their home.
They have been enjoying the surf bath-
ing for the past month.
J. J. Bishop has had his lot on Grand-
view avenue underbrusbed and cleared.
Dr. E. Graham Hutchinson and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Hale and D
Inches came over from Crescent City
last week and are comfortably located
in the beach cottage, Kissimmee.
Ir. and Mrs Leland contemplate
some very handsome improvements on
t .eir home by the sea. The doctor will
have his study enlarged, and other
changes made that will add greatly to
an already comfortable home.
Mrs. Vining and Mrs. Evernden spent
Monday at Ormond.
Miss Stella Thompson, who was visit-
here last week, has gone to Eau Galle.
Miss Allen, who spent the winter with
Mrs. Orth, on Ocean boulevard, left Sat-
urday for Jacksonville enroute to Savan-
nah. where she will spend some time
visiting friends.
Mr and Mrs. C. F. McHardy and
children, of Nelson, British Columbia,
who have been visiting Mr. and Mis-


and is getting along nicely and the'
doctorhopes for her recovery. Mrs.
Carpenter is the mother of Mrs. Z.
Haynes. and the two ladies and Mrs.
Haynes'son, Robert, came over from
DeLand for a month on the beach
before continuing their journey north
They are located in the Field Cottage.
News comes of the marriage of Miss
Nellie Wilson, a relative of Mrs. Christie,
who spent the winter here on Ocean
avenue, and who won many friends in
the community. The fortunate gentle*
man is F. Hoover, of Charleston. W. Va..
and the newly wedded couple will make
their home in that city.
*After April 15th Surf Crest will give
rates of 36 00 and $7.00 per week 47-4
Mrs.Spangler and pretty daughter.
Hass Ruby Spaulding, left this week for
New York, after a winter at their cot
tage on Ocean avenue.
Mr. Manus, night clerk at tte Seaside
Inn, left Monday morning fo4 udiana
Miss May Finley is now i Mobile,
Alabama, having gone from "pa to
that place. She made the trip. boat
and enjoyed it very much.
Mrs J. Frank Aldis, of DeLand, is the
guest of Mrs. Howard, at the White
House this week.
E. C. Hibbard is expected home Sut-
urday from Fort Pierce where he has
been visiting his brother, and superin-
tending the construction of his new
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Bailey, of New Hamp-
shire, who have been occupying the
Hibbard beach cottage, left this week
for Sanford, expecting to make the river
trip to Jacksonvile.
Mr. and Mrs. Wrigley are at the White
House, enroute from DeLand, where
they have wintered, to their home in
New York.
Mr. E. L. Howard has purchased a
lot on Palmetto avenue, property of H.
Y. Stillman. Grading is being done.
and the contract for a four-room bun


transacted the deal Man Expires at. Silver
W. H. Manning left last Saturday for
his home in Sheldon, N. D., to look City, New Mexico.
after his interests there during the A telegram received yMrs. Geo.
summer months. Mrs. Manning and H. Clark late Fridan f

their home on Peninsula drive. last week announced death at
N. N. Bailey, the popular bridge ten- Silver City, New Me o f Mrs. G.
der at Central Bridge, found the hand- (. Strohm, of West Pa Beach.
some feather boa lost by Mrs. R. C. Mrs. Strohm went to New Mexico
Waterson, as advertised in the Gazette- st August for the benefit of her
News. It was all curled up in the u
road, just as it had a few minutes before health and as Mr. Strohm could not
slipped from the paper in which it was at that time conveniently leave his
carefully wrapped, and in the dust as- business, she was accompanied by
sumed the form of some unknown bird Miss Evelyn Clark, of this city, who
or animal, Miss Bailey hastened home pr ri
to get a light before they dared r. Strom r eently arranged his
touch it, and even then it was ap Mr. Strohm recently arranged his
proached very gingerly lest it Ahould I b-sineis so as to join his wife and
-pring a surprise in the way of snapping reached Silver City early in this
teeth or stinging tongue. !month and was with her at the
W. P. Weston died at his home on tie of her death, which must have
Valley street at 6 30 Monday mo ning i
from the effects of a paraletic stroke' been rather sudden and unexpected,
He was taken suddenly ill at noon Sun- as Miss Clark had left them but a
day, and gradually weakened, in spite few days previously on her return to
of all that medical skill could suggest this city.
unto his death. The body was pre- Mrs. Strohm was quite well known
pared at the undertaking parlors, and in Daytona, being the wife G. G.
goes north today to Carlisle, Pa., for in- Strohm, who was a member of the
terment. Mrs. Weston accompanies the Miller-Strohm grocery mar of
remains. Miss Kelley will go with her this city ad a sister of epay J.
to Jacksonville, and her nephew, Dr. hR. Anthony, Jr., A. P. ad M D.
Blair, of Harrisburg, Pa., will meet her Anthony, who comprise the frm
at Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs Anthony Brothers, and conduct a
Westonhadnochildren. Mr. Weston store here, as they do also at several
had been in feeble health for some time other points on the East Coasev
but was considered as well as usual up In addition to her parent, Major
to the time of the stroke. an Tars .o to e pants Mad
to the time of the stroke. and Mrs J. R. Anthony, and her
fT our brothers, Mrs Strohm leaves
LAST CLU MEETlNw her husband and little son to mouP


o THIS SEASON.
The last meeting of the Palmetto
Club for the season of 1.08t-O. was


her death, as well as a large circle
of friends. The body was brought
back to West Palm Beach this week
for interment.


held Thursday afternoon at 3~(J. C Meredith Dies at ia
o'clock at the club house on Orange i. C. Meredith, chief con
avenue. engineer of the F. E. C. Ry., at
The president, Mrs. II. Y. Still- Miami Tuesday afternoon.
man, introduced the little Misses edith was taken ill at his headquar-
Dora and Norma Williams, who ters at Marathon and died shortly
pleased all with their charming ren- after his removal to Miami. He had
edition of the piano duets, "Anitra's not been well for some time and was
Dance," by Grieg and "Song of the preparing to go north for the bene-
Brook," by Warren. fit of his health at the time he was
Following these duets Mrs. J. I). stricken.
Price, of the V. I. A., at Ormond,j Mr. Meredith was a valued erm-
read an interesting paper entitled,! ployee of the East Coast road and
"The Benefits of Travel in honor of the deceased all t.;n..


L-'A


A Bci. s T
RNARD, Editor. t t
p*Sr**** p S*gS~eee^ ~Co unuodore Burgeyse Placems Is
DAYTONA BEACH, April 21-Mrs. Hfndseuw Yach t at Dspa
E. Carpenter was attacked with paraly-
sis Sunday morning while at the break- of Hi Q st
fast table, and dropped suddenly to the Sunday morning lat at prompt
floor. Dr. Van Valah was summonedten, the beautiful yacht we
and although the shock seemed quite j
severe and the striekened patient is heart," the pride of its owner, C. G.
about 76 ears of age, yet she rallied Bargoyne, weighed anehor and


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majestically sailed down the Halifax
to the Inlet, with as jolly a crowd as
ever gathered aboard that craft.
The day was a proverbial 'Bar-
goyne day, scarcely any wind, no
glaring sun, and a balnineia in the
air that is noticeable after a heavy
shower. The turn was made at the
Inlet and the Sweetheart was
brought back to Live Oak point
where her anchors were east and
the midday lunch served. And
such a feast! Delmonico in his
palmiest days could not have pre-
pared a repast so toothsome and de-
licious as was that served by mine
host of the "Sweethart." After
gorging themselves until they could
hardly move the guests took posses-
sion of the after deck and in reclin-
ing chairs smoked and talked, and
talked and smoked for a full hour,
when anchors were again weighed
and the return trip made, with all
feeling that it had been good to be
there.
Those present on the boat were:
E. L. Gunn, H. Hartshorn, H. C:
Thompson, Dr. W. A Gove, N. B.
Aultman, F. J. Niver, T. E. ntzr-
ald, C. M. Bingham, Gee. Ftfrouch
and Mr. Burgoyne, who d as
captain, with Alonso White, who
has been with the "Sweetheart" for
years as chief engineer and pilot.


NS. U. STlEI


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Cueel Seat


To the Houerabl ter J
of the sevsth Jed Wm M 'u
Florida, in and or Vo.ha Comatyl:
Your grand jury for the ap eg m
of the circut court of Vetia m tk
beg to report that they have aishaeft W.
their duties and make this their isfias it
p *,""t: .rm"
We have examined the offices of the d oo.
various county officers and make report m-kamg
on them as follows: mm- _:
sherif-We fnd this eoffie in der. WeWit
and take this opportunity to exprew ori tow
our beef that the new enacuhbt has omAden
entered into the duties of his ofice ur- erwabiq
gentlyaadhope that his efforts will It laJeB
prove satilactory to our people. during
We find the condition at the ja good other ao
as regards thehealth and treatment of prompt
the imate bet regarding the burinag All of
our invr.tigation shdow that a settlie and now
baa oeeurred at the northea-t corner, courttha
caning abad craking.of the plaster,
also ind the plaster cracking and falling R. C.
off in the corridor.
We findthree sections of the iron
loor in the cell ha badly roted. R
We recem-vd that another cesspool beware
be pet in on te east aide of the jal for Nrth
the me of the white prisoner. North
We believe that the jail is too small
and a second story should be added to
increase the capacity, v. S. Di
Houtben
We deem the repairs indicated as ur- IneTI
gent and hope that they wil have the lax
attention f the county commissioner M
without unnecessary delay. re uts
County Clerk-Wefind this office in brthe
the best of condition showing a high abeiresa
order of elerical effiencey. aSS ta
The clerk, upon oar request, frnish- my&
so" distb
ed s a listof the county poor, and am- another
out paid for each monthly. We find 14 e
nineteen persons on the list with a total p Mttei
of sd monthly. :htte e
County Juadg-We fnd this office e
wel kept, and the system offiling pa- O ""V
per seems tomeetpresent req(h-r..ents. LOX
County Treasutr We find this office teIS
in good condition in every way, and oar A "
request for a statement of the amounts Attest:
in the various funds was promptly com- -
plied wiL. MA
County Court House-The closet in HRAjiF
the rear needs two holes in wall or floor, Mata
and water provided conveniently for M-eets
flushing ad draining, also a separate Msta
closet is needed for the use of colored LIVEOA
people. Meets
*'-*"" =a tl
Theoffice of the County Superintend-
eat needs ore conveniences, sueh as j)
chairs,nring and provision for the
storing of school supplies
The Court room needs stationary metWd
chair or seats for useof grand and petit every d
jurors also desks for clerk and court Scientifi
tenoraper. properly railed in anw dreo a
rail enlosin court bar and seats on Beach
main floor need repairing. all of which
we recomermend.
We further recommend that the grand
jury room be provided with a hat rack.
water cooler and drsk for the use of the
States Attorney, a.:d that window and
door fasteners be repaired.
We further recommend that a cement
walk be pet in front or acres the front
of the court house, each side of themain
steps and be provided with benches for
the use of parties in attendance at court ^-
and that the water faucet in fr.nt be
changed to a more desirable point.
We also recommend that a street curb-



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#t CoWK & Co. evdei.
4ej. Lee MCoMry was-i the
a"DeLand the latter part of

a number of Mmnasfeld,
ple deparel thee forepart
week on their return north.
A. Hodges, turpentine and
Dealer of Jacksonville, was
ity the latter part of last
business.

| HAKINUs, The Drnggist.
Della sKitchell Thompeon
SMiami Apri 4th. Mrs.
when a child lived at
-- Beach with' her parents.
Wm. Silks and two daugh-
were located at iFAmunid
corner of Palmetto avenue
street, left last week for
homte at Massalon, Ohio.
-One 10 1. p. Cadillac
car. W. W. Abercrombie. tf
SSchant and family, who
been occupying one of the
vottages on Second avenue
als winter, departed S&tr-
I;n their return to Davton, Ohio.
and Mrs. -John Baxter, who
| been located with Mrs. J. M.
on Palmetto avenue, departed
for their home at Mansfield,
Mr. Baxter is a large mana-
sof toves.


ill trade a 38-foot launch, in
niuin for an auto. W. A.
jur, Ormonad, Fla. 45-4t
ry A. Perkins has accepted a
i6 with the F. K. C. Ry. Co.,
a em4ad at the freight depot
sagteman at the -passenger
t. taking the place o J. M.
io,' who returned north last

^ reported that Mrs. Julius
of Flushing, N. Y., has sold
louss and lot on Sodth Pal-
ira4 ue just south of Cedar
So E. Osborn, of Windom, N.
end of Messrs. H. and E.
Ihcitcob, of South Palmetto
ae with whom he had been
this winter.


automobile tires and inner tubes
.i.ed at Oliver's garage
Iand Mrs. David Lord and
fward Studley~ of Sommer-
iM., who have been located
M tthe season with Mr. and
D. Marding, on Ridgewood
s, departed Friday afternoon
it reek on their return north.
p pleasant people are regular
Mr visitors to Daytona.
Fr and Mrs. H. B. Whitcomb
leur son and daughter, E. B.
poab and Mrs. F. W. Plank,
have been occupying their
pr lomn on South Palmetto
. the season, departed Mon-
M their return to Cairo, N. Y.
M Wbiteomb held the position
k at The Austin this winter.
|o 6 doses "666" will cure any
fChills and Fever. Price 25c.
45-3mos

Oand Mrs. Conrad Stubenbord
Their handsome winter resi-
fan North Ridgewood avenue
aek and departed for their
tyork home, promising to re-
.Daytona again early in the
SMr. and Mrs. Stubenbord
well divide their time north
having been here for the
months and even now leave
uctance.
iSas-A five-passenger Reo
in good order. Will be
Pfor quick sale. Apply
Williamolrat Maley's Hard-


pd Mr C. E. Savery, who
Inducted The Glenn on North
V .- 1,


atdWNri a p i'te, aow I
andup to date.
GEO. CLAK, Jeweler.
WJ Frosenl m d hr of Ther,
'pnpect*o South Rdlgwood, d-
parted last Saturday a bis turn
to New York.
Hugh Bracey, who is at home
from Miami On a vacation, Weat to
Jaeasonvilie Monday Atpctng to
return to Daytona gain today.
Wmn. Crawell land his mother,
Mr. E L. CLrewell, who have spent
the winter here as umaal, occupying
their cottage on North Beach stret,
departed Monday afternoon for Chi-
cago.
Mrs. G. A. Wingate, of First
avenue, accompanied her sister,Mrs.
Joe Davis, to Ormond Monday for a
visit, on the atter' return home
after a several day' sr y with Mrs
Wingate in this city.
*Moth balls and Motholine Cry
talks. HAiNKI. The Druggit.


SE.. Totman, of Ormond, was a
Im S victor i this city between

E. Shoemaker returned Mon-
day fam St. Augustine, where he
hd acmpaned L. M. Drake, of
Holly BilL
Mrs L Rawsen, who has spent
the son at her home on South
Beach street, left Sunday for Red
ank, N. J.
Mrs. An Paine and family left
Tuesday for their home at Minne-
apolis. Mr. Paine preceeded them
some time last week.
Mi Florence Cook, who was at
home during the Easter hohdays,
returned to the Florida' Female
College at Tallahasee last Sunday.
*FouND-Wallett containing sev-
eral large bills. Owner can have
same by calling and describing
same. Gruber-Morris Hardware Co.
R. K. Clark, of the firm of Ander-
on & Clark, photographers, made
a business trip to Jacksonville Tues-
day of this week returning Wed-


Mrs D. A. Blodgett returned neaday.
from Cocoa Monday accompanied Capt. and Mrs C. A. Young, who
by her little daughter, Mona, who have spentthe winter as usual at
had been visiting for a longer period tonBeah, returned north this
with Mrs. Blodgett's sister and week. They will spend the summer
family, at that place. iinEurope.
Mrs. Steas with her son and r.d Mrs. A. J. Wessman, who
daughter, of Cincinnati, Ohio, who wt p to St. Augustine the latter
have friends m inthis city but have pn tfolSt.week for a few days'
part of last week for a few days!
been located at Ponee Park during ing, returned to Daytona Tues-
the winter, departed from th place day afternoon.
last week on their return north.
I\ TM. ill nery at cost for the next ten
M and Mrs. E Sp n le, friends days at Shell Boat. Mrsa S. M. Ryan,
of Mrs C. LH Spencer, who have
been visiting wihthe latter and er Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Moore, who
daughter, Mis Caldwell, on North have been occupying their hand-
Beach street for several weeks, left some winter home, corner Ridge-
Monday for their home at Pottstown, wood and Orange avenuee departed
P. Tuesday for Hartford, Ct.
tFoa S --A five-passenger co Wawen D. Chase and family, who
touring car in good order. Will be have been occupying one of the
sold cheap for quick sale. Apply to Oliver cottages at ytona Beach
Earle Will amsoat Male's Hard- during the winter, departed Tues-
ar amon atday for their home at Hartford, Ct.
ware stoe day for their home at Hartford, Ct.


Clayton Laythrop, who came to Milinery atcost. Shellboat for
Daytona with A. J. Hutchinson i sale. Goaig out of business Mrs.
the fall and spent the winter with S. M. Ryan.
Mr. Hntehinmnn at his cottage on T. A. Snider returned to Daytona
North Palmetto avenue, left Tue- from Hobe Sound Friday afternoon
day morning for his home at Wal- of last week and left Monday morn-
lingford, 'Ct. ing enroute to Cincinnati. While
The steamer Cherokee made the here Mr dr was with Mr. and
last trip of the season to the Tomoka Mrs& S. ove.
river last Saturday, carrying a large John Baldwin, who presided at
list of passengers on this pictur- the soda fountain at Hankins' drug
esque excursion, and on Tuesday store during the winter, was suc-
she closed the season with a final cesafully operated on for appendi-
trip to New Smyrna. cities last Sunday at the Seabreeze
F. N. Conrad and Atty. EF. Oatese Sanitarium and is doing nicely.
drove to DeLand in Mr. Conrad's J. H Binney, who has been look-
c-r last Friday afternoon, in corn- ing after the watch repairing for L.
pany with Atty. W. H. Huteon, of l Ro we & Co. again this winter,
Chicago, on business connected with left Thursday morning for his home
a proposed large real estate transfer- in Lilydale, N. Y. Mr. Binney ex-
I hey returned to this city Saturday pects to return to Daytona next sea-
Mr- and Mrs. Thee. W. Frost, son.
who have been visiting with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Those. B. Stout de-
and Mrs. G H. Matthew and Mr. parted Wednesday on their return
and Mrs. Graham Thompson, left to Trenton, N. J. They have been
Monday afternoon for their home at guests of The Gables as usual, and
Brockton, Mass. Mrs. Frost is a Mr. Stout has been assisting the
cousin of both Mr. and Mrs. Mat-' Messs. Foster at The Globe during
thews. the winter.
Mrs. M. Black, sister of Messrs. Mrs. A. H. Baker, of Xenia,
John and G. W. Blymyer, departed Ohio purchased this week through
Monday for her home at nMaofid,. :the Norman S Dayton Real Estate
Ohio. Mrs. Black, who has been Agency, the B. N. Stevens property
suffering from the effects of an in- on South Ridgewood avenue, adjoin-
juiy received some time ago, was ing on the south the property Mrs.
greatly benefited by her sojourn Baker recently purchased of I. F.
here this winter. Humphreys.
Mrs. M. Menzies and son, Capt. Mr. and Mrs. C. Doane, of Cedar
Jack Menzies, who for a number of street, and Mr. and Mrs. George
years have been coming to Daytona Doane, of Magnolia avenue, left
during the winter seoaon, making Tuesday afternoon for Asheville,
The Cleveland, Magnolia avenue, N. C., where they will spend a
their stopping place, left Monday couple of weeks before going on to
for their northern home, Amherst- their respective home at Yarmouth
burg, Ontario, Canada. and Springfield, Mass.
*WANTED-TO rent three rooms, W.E. Ballough, of the firm of
for light house-keeping, or table Ballough & Melton, went up to
board furnished; modern convemen- Jacksonville Wednesday on busi-
ces. Very reasonable rates to perma-!
nent occureants. First house mest- connected with their contract
9- fAl Cmp*h rfiw uta


for dr
of Carroll's grocery. o
tf Mrs. C. L Harvey. works


The Board of Public Works has
received information to the effect
that the money for water works
bonds will soon be available and
the work will then be commenced
_WA ...a A ,n ,f n l(aituin anaanidlv


B&Uou
the 0j
sessioJ


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Min ILda lrey, of New SmyZras
was a Daytoaa visitor Wednesday6
The work of remodeilln the F.
E. C. Ry., depot was commenced
Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Malby, of
Orange avenue, were Jacksoaville
visitors from Daytona the forepart
of the week.
C. E.Gardiner, of the Charles E.
Qardiner Co., made a business trip
to Palatka Tuesday, returning Wed-
nesday night
:tFoa StLE-Household furni-
ture, new last November, will be
sold at half price. Call at 22 South
Palmetto.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Clement, who
have been occupying their winter
home on Magnolia avenue, leave tc-
day for their summer home at Sears-
port, Maine.
Miss Hazel F. Stiling left Tues-
day afternoon for Tampa, as a dele-
gate from the Christian Endeavor
Societies of Daytona to the State
Convention of Christian Endeavor-
ere to be held in that city.
Capt. and Mrs.. A. L Hopkins,
who have been visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. J. A Clement, on Magnolia
avenue, left Thursday for their home
at Bangor, Maine. Mrs. Hopkins is
a daughter of Mrs. Clement.
Foa RENT-Flat furnished for
housekeeping, modernimprovements
centrally located, terms reasonable.
Address X, Gazette-News office.
The Misses Hannah and Edith
Palmer, who have been located with
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Carson, on North
Pidgewood avenue, through the sea-
son, left Tuesday for Sanford and
Jacksonville by way of the St. Johns
river, enroute to their home in New
York State.


*Mrs. J. B. Parkinson will again
conduct the Islington at Highlands,
N. C., this summer. For terms and
information apply at No. 18 South
Ridgewood avenue. 48-3t
A. R. Edwards and family, who
have spent the winter as usual in
their home on Myrtle avenue, de-
parted Thursday morning for Narra-
ganset Pier, R. I., where Mr. Ed-
wards conducts a large summer
hotel, the Metatoxet.
Earl Bacon, of Number Nine, on
the peninsula north of Ormond, was
a Daytona visitor Wednesday. Mr.
Bacon brought some oranges to this
place for shipment, being unable to
cross the Ormond bridge owing to
its being closed for necessary re-
pairs.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Allen with
their son, H. W., Jr., and daugh-
ter, Miss Flora, left Thursday after-
noon in a private car for their home
at Troy, Ohio. John Myers accom-
panied them to Troy, but will re-
turn in about ten days. During his
absence Officer Ben Tinkham, the
night watchman, will do police duty
during the day.
lCollars 2 cents, all style of shirts
10 cents, with work left and called
for at Daytona Steam Laundry. tf
General and Mrs. J. A. Smith,
who have been located with J. L.
Lvych and family on Fairview
avenue, left Wednesday on their re-
turn to Cleveland, Ohio. General
Smith is a retired U. S. army officer
and was in charge of the construct-
ion of the light house at Mosquito
Inlet after the tragic death of Gen-
eral Babcock by drowning at the
inlet.
Gus Grosjean, who recently drove
the E. H. Hotchkiss Pope-Toledo
car from this place to Jacksonville,
in company with a gentleman from
the Troy House, writes that, leaving
here at four o'clock in the morning
they arrived at St. Augustine at
7:30, after losing an hour on the
way, through getting stuck in a
hole. and reached Jacksonville at
11:30.


nilug wesl ior t e ic ty wa
SWhile at the Metroolis Mr W. W. Foltz last Sunday receive d
g While att the meetroois o. a telegram announcing the death of
Sddr0. the meen ion his mother, Mrs. Louisa J. Foltz, at
nd r Rockford, Ill., followed Thursday
t' by another wire conveying the in-
ong those from this city and telligence of the death of his brother,
ty attending the annual et- Irving Eugene Foltz, at the sane
>f Grand Chapter of Florida place. Mr. Foltz has the sympathy


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paaitr at T to R e" c a4
X art r B. ooung, Day beton a ir t..


tLew railroad rates to the north
April 28. Apply to Mrs. S. M
Ryan at the Shell Bat.
Mrs. M. L Lewis and Mr. Blakes-
ley are expected home today from
an automobile trip to Orlaado.
Mr. and Mrs B. Mason and Mrs
Roberts, who arrived with them
from Cuba, leave today for a visit at"
Hastings, Fla.
Beginning May 1, the drug stores
will adopt the summer schedule,
closing at 8:00 p. m. during the
week, except Saturday, and from
11:00 a. m. to-5:00 p. m. Sunday.
Charles A. Webster, who has been
assisting his nephew, Capt. L. E.
Ellenwood again this winter, left
Thursday evening for Milford, N.
N. HI was accmlpsnied by his
friend and neighbor, W. H. Bennett,
who has been located at the T.oy
during the season,
eOnce more about that new eye
glass mounting. Why not wear
something that's comfortable and
also stylish, it costs no more. Come
in and I will show them to you.
NEVILLE H. CLARK, Optometrist.
Major Edward Marrenner, of Chi-
cago, died in this city at about 2:00
a. m. yesterday morning at the age
of 65 years. The remains were
shipped 'to New York yesterday
afternoon, accompanied by the
widow, for interment in Greenwood
Cemetery, the family burial place
Major Marrenner had come south
for the benefit of his health which
had been failing for some time.
Mrs. Montana S. Ludlow closed
the Parkinson House Wednesday
and departed. in the afternoon ac-
companied by her mother, Mrs. Ag-
nes Stone, Mrs. Magaret McConnell
and Miss Davis, Mrs Stone going to
Birmingham, Ala., and Mrs. Mc-
Connell to Urbana, Ohio, direct,
while Mrs. Ludlow and Miss Davis
expected to visit Fairfax Ludlow at
Carterville, Ga. and go from that
place to Welch, W. Va., for a visit
before returning to Urbana.


Found Many Sandbar
W. E. Blodgett turned over his
yacht, the "Swastika," to Arnold
Bostrom last Sunday and the latter
invited a party for an excursion to
Turtle Mound. Those enjoying the
trip were. Mrs. Howe, the Misses
Rawlings, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Brit-
tle and baby, Mrs. J. W. Ball, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Ball, Jr., Mrs. Stig-
ler and daughters and Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Cameron. They had a very
pleasant time, but found more sand
bars in North Indian river than
ever had been charted. They re-
turned Monday morning.


Howard Gould Visits Daytona-
The houseboat "Ruffhouae," of New
Vnrk vwirh Hnoward Onuld and nartv


Crsfllte Gas-



Brassanldn


Fairbrnkq & Morse m

Niagara tay'd ias.

Ireland Pipe Wrcs.


Phone 96.


J. SCHNEIDER. M. D.
Pbvywin m S m
302 North Ridgewood
Phone 193, Daytona Florida.
Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m.,
6 to 8 p. m.

SDR. J. E. RAWLINGS

Physician & Surgeon.
Ofice on Voluia avenue first door
west of Haakinn Pharmacy.

p 1. L. bTEWART
Physician and Surgeon
Special attention to diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Throat and Noee. Office
and renidee, M. noa avenue, 3rd
door west of P. 0., telephone 82.
Office boarsaa. m top. .

G. A. KLOCK
Physician and Surgeon
Special attention given to Diseases of
the aye ad Fttins of Glases. Ofce
over Globe clothing store. Office hours
St t a.m. to3:00p.m., 7to 8:00 p.m.
DAYTONA, FIA.
M. JOSIE ROGERS, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician
No. 453 North Beach Street.
Offie Hours, 12-30 to 2:30 and 6-00
to 7:30.
Telephone No. 122.

DR. W. A. GOVC


Dentist


Office; Corner Ridgewood and Volusla


PHONE 89


ROY LHOWE. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office and residence: 123 So. Ridge-
wood Avenue, opp Ridgewood Ho-
tel Phone 17. Office hours: 9 to
11 a. m., 2 to 4aad 6:30 to 8 p. m.


U Oramp A'ut


Fitzgerald & Oates
Attorneys at Law
Specil Atatti u to Un a&
Pedectg Ind miTe
Conrad Bock, DAYTONA, IA.
Crv D. LtAdle BAst Fi
LANDIS & FISH
Attornevs at Law

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TITLES INSURED
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D. D. & C.. RO
Civil Engineers
DAYTONA ad
fee (MIAMM, FLA.
Daytona Office EJaaNed 1875

Daytona Private lHos-
pital and S-nitarkin

quiet sarromb~ e wI emttJ t
giwea tor amti e- agil,
atloa. No 4&.BaBckBa yl.
DxDr.. A KJGOK
Physteia in Charge.


DR. A. O'NEILL

OSTEOPATH
AS deanm BudiSt
So. Beae Street.


S. H. GOVE
Architect Builder and
Contractor
Residence and offe, ortheast or-
Pner Ridewood ad Vebtlaave.
Phone 89. Daytoma, Fla


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A Reputation of

Their Own.


The success of the San Mateo Cigar is one of
the greatest industrial triumphs of the East Coast
since the freeze.
Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the penin-
sula of Florida and the Island of Cuba can produce. and wrap-
ped with the rich, silky leaf grown on East Coast plantations,
the cigar industry of the world has never produced better goods.
For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union
News Company on every train entering Florida.
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there oi ag alU Imirielon that
there I$sICic tbe wotred "win-a
ter" iWi. and the seatr
sea o assoiad with the idea
f loir tewaperattre, but where the
word origlated there was little of
winter as w. u p*~,*nd it, while
the p a ArWt del of moisture. at
e imm e ti th was mnerest to the
ma-a, thit it to not the tnnpermture
bat the atmosphere condition that has
give us the word.
The word "winter," as we use it, is
found with but alight modifiations tn
all the branches of the Aryan lan-
guages, for the idea of wetness asso-
elated with tle season was given to it
before the Aryan family was divided.
If we go to the root o the word we
find "wad," with the signit fatlon of to
well, to wash out, to moisten or make
wet Our Aryaan cestors used that
root to apply to all conditions of
moisture, and many words- besides
winter have grown out of it, wet and
water being among them.
This root "wad" Is in the Sanskrit as
0u~dm," water. Anglo-Saxon has "wae-
ter," and In Latin we have "unda,"
wave, from which we get our "Inun-
date."
Our Danish and Swedish cousins
changed the "w" into a "v" and have
winterr." In Icelandic It is "vetir,"
and the old high German has "win-
tar," and t Is "winter" In German.
These four words are all fromthe
Teutonic ba.s "wata" which means
wat. So t has been moisture that has
been tnteted from the birth of the
root on which all of the different words
In a domen languages have grown.-
New York Herald.

CURIOUS FLORIDA HERB.

Red Plant Whihe Feeds Upon Ants
and Other Inets.
Almost everybody knows there are
sech things as inseetivorons or carniv-
orus plants, but itIs doubtful if many
know we have any such plants grow-
ing right here in southern Florida.
Nevertheless there is a plant, or, rath-
er, herb, growing here which Is really
Insectivorous.
It Is likely that on account of Its be-
Ing extremely small it has escaped
attention. In fact, it seems to have
been overlooked by the botanists also,
as we are unable to find it classed
amongthe sensitive plants.
This is o annual herb, and the en-
tire plant, including the flowers, is of
a deep rich red color. 'It rarely reach-
ed a height of more than three inches
and Io never so broad. The leaves arc
spatUlat when undisturbed and pre-
sent many small flbrillae and secrete
at their tips a tenacious fluid which is
espable of holding the very small Ihp
sects, asbh as ants and the like. upon
which It feeds. When any of these get
lodged In the fluid -and disturb these
fibrllae te leaves slowly acquire a
deep cut shape and sometimes curl
completely up over their victim. When,
they have absorbed the insect they
slowly recover their original shape,
lesaig only the skeleton of the insct
remaining.
These plants grow'on the very lo-,
fat, poor and sandy lands They ap-
pear In the late winter and early
spring months.-Punta Gorda (Fla.)
Herald.
Fresh Water From the Ocean.
Manama. the principal port of the
Babrein islands, the center of the
pearl fisheries, gets Its fresh water
from the ocean. Visitors often note
boats anchored a few hundred yards
from the shore, the boatmen engaged
to drawing fresh water from springs
at the bottom of the sea. These springs
well up strongly at a considerable
delith, and the entire water supply
of the town is obtained from them.
The fresh water is procured in two
ways-either in a goatskin water bag.
which a diver takes down with him
and caretflly closes before bringing It
to the surface, or by letting down lone
hollow pipes of bamboo, weighted at
the lower end, through which the
water rises up uncontaminated to the
surface.-Argonaut.

The Mere Formality Won.
"Yes, sir," said the pale, youthful
sualtor; "I have come to ask you for
your daughter's hand. She is fair as


lilies, charming"-
"Is that Mary you're talking about?"
asked papa.
"Ye, ahr. It Is a mere formality, I
know, this asking for your daughter's
hand. bat we thought it would be
pleasing to you If It were observed."
Mar' papa stiffened.
"Ana may I pquire," he asked, "who
suggested that asking my consent to
Mary's marriage was a mere formal
Ity""
"You may, sir," replied the younj
man simply. "It was Mary's mother."

SParaguay's Sweet Plant.
A herb called by the natives cat
ehe. but botanically Eupatorium re
baudlanum, grows wild in Paraguay
It is remarkable for its sweetness. In
deed. the native name means thl
"sugar plant" It grows along the bor
ders of the river Amambahi and at
talas a height of only about five inches
The smallest bit of this plant whem
placed upon the tongue produces i
surprisingly sweet flavor, which, it i
said. lasts for hours The saceeharinl
power is much greater than that o
sugar.-Youth's Companion.

The Sleepless Seven.
"There wers seven of the twelve,'
'said one of the discharged jurors hi
speaking of the matter next morning
"*who didn't want to sleep theniselve
and wouldn't let the rest of us sleep
Whenever we dropped Into a doze the.
cam armnnu. anid shua ahlr na i1 wr WP.


The Modern

Seven Wonders
S2
Daytea's Imac wabie Ocam Beac.
One of Daytona s crowning glories is
her incomparable beach. No one who
ever set foot upon its month, packed
sands; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever'
drove a prancing pair of horses and list-
ened to the popping of their steel shoes
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one
who ever steered a high-power automo
bile down the broad stretch of wave-
washed and surf-packed sand but real-
ized that it is a world-beater, a world-
wonder. Go stand upon this wide
speedway and see the happy souls flit
by in joyous mood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven modern
wonders.
The Placd. Pelucid Halifax River.
Where think, you is water with more
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta-
tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-
randa's looking out upon her bosom.
gamey food fishes in countless numbers
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
which sit about as if for the sport of
bobbing upon her waves; watch that
lubberly old white headed p- lican pco*'h
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk st,..g-
gling upward with his floundering load
he snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick and
span, their hampers and lockers bulging
with refreshments both solid an I liquid
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful
surface Take out your field glass and
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to
Ponce Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
the modern wonders.
The Eclatmey PIcturesque RUeweed.
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
and the wide-spreading branches of the
heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their
giant arms across this magnificent vista,
forming an arch, and from these extend-
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
fan them. Looking straight ahead down
this white shell street one has the im-
pression of a fairy path with elfith dra-
peries, but as you move along and cast
an eye.first to the right and then to the
left you see distinguished cottage homes
in the most delightful settings.
uarpassing Beauty ot Our, Cottge h~laes.
No one of Daytona s attractions, per-
haps commands more nearly universal
attention and praise than does the artis-
tic cottage. The owners of these charm-
ing villas hail from every corner of the
country and they bring their own archi-
tectural plans and build upon them.and
as the architecture of one section of the
country differs from the architecture of
another so do our homes differ in out-
ward appearance and structural beauty
from one another. There are nonmonoio-
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings
but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps
the mind wondering "What n"t?"'
Streets and Pavements the Most and Best.
Why the Architect of the Uinivers
chose to give to Daytona the most ad-
mirable, the most picturesque natural
setting of all the cities of the South is
Snot revealed but that such ip a fact
must be apparent to the most superficial
observer. With such lavish wealth ol
natural beauty it became an easy thing
for the hand of man to give the llttk
S finishing touches which have brought
out the colors and outlines of the bij
picture.
Maa did all this in the laying out ol
the streets with their wide margins ol
package, the entire city becomes a
great park
And .as for pavements, pavements
that look and act like granite,-whert


Else between the eastern and western
seas are so many miles in proportion tc
inhabitants? Till some unheard-ol
place reports more and better, Daytona
throws down the gauntlet to the world.
Squirrels. Flowers. Birds and Fruits.
I Whatever one's shortcomings and
However indifferent or eve callous one
may be to many things, the mere men!
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds anc
Fruits" will send a thrill that is reflected
in distended pupils and pricked ears.
For every visitor with a spare "goo
Sober" there is a bunny ready to come oui
and accept your gift. lie will sit boll
upright and gnaw into the meat. casting
furtive, saucy glances at you meanwhile
1 Flowers! Usually fresh and blooming
the year 'round. In one yard roses o
Svariagated hues predominate, another]
has a penchant for the poinsettia and
Sthe premises are atlame; another is hid
den in a jungle of tall cane.
The birds flit in, and with their joyous
t notes help to give fullness and symme
I try to the picture.
S As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, Day
f tona yields the palm to none for quality
and quantity per acre. There are score
of citrus groves in proximity to the city
branches bending to the earth with thei
- burdens of luscious golden globes.
S The Fastest Autos And The Fnst Out.
* Here is where wnrld's rpconrdl fr EqnP


,reewi-- -

L T U-mha, ad-- h u

-eenthGeel Creeksa *e ady rseeat-
1m e bthe use of sterilized water.
Rafas of Spbesus, I the Airt centuryI
of this era, taught that "all water
from rivers hd ponds is bad except
that from the Nie. Water from rivers
which flow through health sel,
stagnant water ad tht whieh sorws
near public bathing pae i1 harmfuL
The best water is that ewi has been
boiled In baked eartenware vesselr .
cooled and then heated a second time
before drinks g.*
This hygienic prescription was In-
tended both for healthy and sick peo -
pie, since It was applied to the armes:
"During marches and In camps pits
must be dug successively from the
highest point to the lowest level of the
place. These holes should be lined
with clay such as is used for making
pottery and the water should be made
to percolate through it. The water will
leave all its Impurities in these pits.*
It may be Inquired how the ancient
Greeks, knowing the processes of ster-
llization and tiltratlon of water whk-ch
they applied to that of the most limpid
rivers, should have drunk without pre-
cautions the water of the Nile. which
our microscopes allow us to declare
"sound." but which Is In appeaane
the most worthy of sasplcloe of all
and Is so muddy, so yellow, that It re-
sembles wine.-Gasette des Baux.

THE BASIUSK

How the Fabuleus Mease Was Po.
turned by Aeeate Writers
The basilisk was the most famous
of the many fabulous mo eterd po me
dlaeval folklore. Aeeording tothe
popular notion, It was hatched by a
toad from an egg laid by the cock of
the common barnyard fowl In the
ancient pk-ture books It was usually
presented as an eight limbed er-
pent or dragon, sometimes with and
sometimes without wings. Its name
is derived from basliseos, meaning a
little king, and was applied because
the creature was figured with a circle
of white spots on its head which much
resembled a crown. The cockatrice, a
species of basillisk, besides having a
crown, possessed a comb which was
an exact counterpart of the cock'L
I'llny assures us that the basilisk
had a voice which "struck terror to
the hearts of men, beasts and ser
petss" The Bible classes t with tbo
lion. the serpent and the dragon a
one of the most formidable creatures
Old writers-Pliny, Baseho and others
-say that its bite was mortal In every
case, that Its breath was suffocating
and that no plant would grow In the
vicinity of Its lair. Its dead body
was often suspended In betfres to pre
vent swallows from building there.


FREAK PAINTINGS.

A Tiny Work of Art and Rosa's Tras-
formed Harpoberd.
Specially prepared canvases and glid-
ed frames are not essential to the
making of great paintings. This has
been demonstrated by the artists Who
have painted masterpieces on scrape
of board, shells, grains of corn and
the walls of rooms and prison cells.
Some of the most valued art objects
belong to the freak class.-
The smallest painting In the world
of distinctive merit was executed on
dhe smooth side of a grain of corn by
a Flemish artist. On this limited sur-
face the artist painted in perfect de-
tail a mill, a miller with a sack of
grain on his back, a horse and cart and
a group of several peasants standing
In a road.
The largest picture ever painted tI
said io be a panorama of the Missis-
sippi river, executed by John Banvard,
an artist who died In Watertown, 8.
D., In 1891. The gigantic canvas was
twenty-two feet high and nearly two
miles long. It gave a detailed repre-
sentation of 2,000 miles of the Father
of Waters.
The largest of the old nmaters' can*
vases is Murillo's "Appearknee of the
Christ Child to St. Anthony of Pa-
dua." The picture is ten feet wide and
eighteen feet high.
It Is related that a friend called on
Sa!vator Rosa In Florene one day and
found him playing on an old harp-
sikhord. The caller asked the artist
why he kept such a worthless Instru-
ment.
"Why, it is not worth a scudo!" the
friend said.
"I will wager," replied Roas, "that
It shall be worth a thousand before
you see It again."
A bet w1s made. IRosa Immediately
painted a landscape on the lid that not
only sold for 1,000 scudi, but was ac-
counted a work of great merit
The celebrated St. John's Wood
clique of artists in London executed a
series of large frescoes in oil on the
walls of the studio of J. E. Hodgson,
one of the members. The paintings
were begun in the winter of 1S64-5.
Shakespearean subjects were chosen,
and the figures were a little under life
size.
When Hidgson moved from his stu-
dio an unappreciative tenant covered
the walls of the room with brown wall
paper, completely hiding the paintings.
The frescoes were rediscovered by ac-
dident forty years afterward and re-
stored.-KansasC City Star.


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are broken with every recurring season. i
Autos the biggest, the fastest and the
finest are on dailV nar.4a .~a t k:t


A I E' Cid

ALIittl b io Wlia M. Cse, the
PIetru t Poiter.
SeTwm years ago had a studio at
Hammerlmith and was hurrying into
Lendo o e morning to transact somE
business. Just as I swung around a
corner ocecuped by a fl-jmonuger's
market my eye was attracted to a
mgnafleet cod stretched oat for ex
hibftien n a clean slab of white mar-
ble. Whatever my mood for colcr was
that morning that fish completely fit-
ted and lled t. I must paint it. I de-
ceMed.
I called out the proprietor and told
him what I wanted. I was a bachelor.
I explained, and did not want to bur
the big fish. I only wished the use of
t as a model Could I rent it?
"Ow, now, Bir," he said. with tri.
British stolidity. "Hi never rents m-
fab. You see. Its Saturday. too, sir
Hi must sell him today. sir "
However, I explained that I ueed&
the BAs foe only a few hours, and d:
rectly we struck a bargain. If after
two hours I atill wished to keep tl;
IIh I should buy It. At the end f th,
stipulated time the boy came. I wf
not quite finished. "In a few minutes.'
I aiold, and when I looked up he was
cone.
Shortly afterward the proprietor
came, tiptoeing In and peeping ovel
my shoulder. I could hear him softly.
sighing, and I aid nervously, "In ,
few minutes now. In a few minutes."
"Don't carry ar; don't 'Urry." b,.
urged. "She's getting' on! HI'll tak-
my chances. sir!"
When the painting was finished li
refused at rst to accept any remi:
neratioa. but at length, with a mu:
tered apology, he charged-a shilling:
The painting ws hung and shortly
afterward purchased by the Coreora
Art gallery for a very substantial
Sm.
On my next trip to London I deter
mined to call up my fishmotger, te!'
him of the good fortune that had at-
tended the painting and tender himn
some fitting reward. To my great sur-
ptM e -h lot only refused again any
sort eo fee, but evinced no surprise
whatever at the figure the painting
had brought, though the price paid
represented several times over the in-
vestment of his shop.
"Ah. but It was a fine cod. sir!" he
aid, ad his eyes glowed with pride.
"Now, wasn't it?'-WUlllam M. Chase
In Delineator.


An Example of How Some Servants
Win Their Wages
A gentleman was invited to a shoot
tn Scotland at two places close to-
gether. He arrived at the first place,
and immediately after his arrival at
the first house received a telegram
calling him back to town. He, how-
ever, determined. to have one day's
shooting and to proceed to town by,
the night malL
At the end of the day he gave the
head keeper i1 and asked him to send
hs gun and catridge bag over to the
other place for which he had an invi-
tation and where be proposed proceed-
lag In three or four days' time.
On his arrival there after his visit
to town he found his gun, etc., had
not arrived, whereupon he wrote to
the keeper, asking him to forward it
at once, and he received a reply stat-
Ing that when be (the keeper) had re-
relved the other 4 to which he was
"entitled" the gun would be forward-
ed. It was detained till payment was
made.
The gentleman wrote to the keep;er's
master and received a reply that "he
(the master) never Interfered between
his guests and his servants in the
matter of tips." The gentleman as
certalned that the master in question
paid the keeper no wages, but left
him to get what he could out of the
gueets.-London Times.


The rakesman's Advic.
Down in Maine is a town called
Burnma, situated on a small branch
railroad that oins the main line at
Burnham Junction. One day as the
train approached the latter place the
brakeman entered the car and In his
usual stentorian tones went through
his regular rigmarole when a station
ad Junction are reached. I
"Burnham Junction?' he shouted.
"Burn ha Junction! Change cars for ,
m,' nk-m, Leave no articles in the .
car! Bmn'am, Burn'am!" Lippin-
totfts

The Other Cours
Solieltor-And 1 am s ue you w~il
nd, madam, that this s the best
course to adopt in the event of your
friendly letter failing to produce the
effect we desire. Client-Yes, I see.
Mr. Jones. If I cannot get what I
want by fir means, I must put the
matter unreservedly Into your hands.



THEY NEVER FAIL


on o





habitua.i'e srition

ernnenty. pep oits

ic.Wol effect

the elsne.






SO L O! IGal VS b.RUlUL
Smanvow mmmusaimm


Notice.
Notice is hreby given by the undersign-d
h:hat th-y have-thisday fl ld In the office of
the lerkofthe Circuit Court of Volusla
;'ouuty. Florida, a proposed charter and
Artic-le of [u*orporntlon, a corporation not
'or profit, to I- Incorporated under the
unie aind style of the ki's Club: that the
object of said corporation shall be to con-
duct a(!ul, for social, charitable and be-
nevolent purposes, the advancement of the
interest of its members, and to aid charit-
ulle inatitutkus. And thp undersigned as
-uch incorporators intend to aly to athe
Honorable Minor K. Jones, Jude of tih
Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida on the
ith day of May. A. D. 119, for an order in-
Vorporating t their ssoelates and sue-
es.sors as a body politic, lcorporated not
'or profit, under the corporate name of the
Elk's clul,. in accorditnea with the said
A.hart-'r and Articles of incrporuraton now
,)n !ib'.
Tai Wit-ness Whereof. We have hereunto
subscribed our Ia;llit..s this "lrd day of April,
A. D. 1 H.
J. MORRIH,
4'. '. BIPHANNON,
\V. '. 1MITH.
I'. .. NIVER,
I,. H. Ho W,:.
V. M. KiWK..
t'H KI GtiT(Hm'RTY.

Final Decree.
In tlircuit C'ourt of the Neventh
Judicitl Circuit of the tAtate of
Florida. In and for Volusiua
o'ounty. A. D. irhs,
LO!It A. Ior 'PACEY
vs.
MURRAY Lo IU qp EY
Appllication t Free lhkaler's License.
Fitannl I ecree.
Tht- report of their master with the testi-
miony and natster's opinion upain the lmat-
ter referred. having Itu filed, and the ease
having l ten argued by counsel on the part
of the applicant and contra by counsel for
pplnicant's husband and the court being
fully advised in the premises, does find that
th.- upplicunt, LOUISi A. ILoulrR Y, has the
.-lpaality anil qutiicntlotns requisite to take
-harge of and inanage her own estate and
property and to tbcoute a free dealer un
every re-spect.
It is therefore ordered that the master's
report Ie and the same is hereby confirn.d
that the said Ioczts A. LocUctey is hereby
lict-nst d to take charge, of and control her
..stat;-, Ixlth real atnd personal, to contract
:tiidl I*. contracted with, to sue anti be sued
.lid to bind herself in all respects as fully
;is 14 sit,- were- unanarried. subject however
to the provisions of t-etlona !4D Of the
U;,-rnntl Statutes of Florida that she can
sell, convey or mortgage or otherwise
.-harg orr et-n u er real estate only in
*;ise1 her huslaud join in such sale, convey-
:i lie or itiortgutge.
Itone atnd ordered at chantlrs at Titus-
vill., Florida. this 9th day of April. A. I.,
Its.. MINOR M. JONes.
Judge Seventh Circuit.

Phillip E. RoliMato, Arebiteet-
National Bld'g
Aavannah, Ga.
Winter Homes
in lorida
Patio Houses,
Troptl (ar
dejn)
Boston.
J marannah,
Tampa.


LOW TIDES on the BEACH

D oft FEB. MAR. APR.

... I......10:50 .. ... 9:27... ...10:45...
......11:43... ......:3 .. 0: ...11:30...
3... 3 ... 12:27 ... i: ....12.09...
... 4. ...2:30.. ...12:03...... 12:45...
... ... 1:12... ...12:10...... .1...
.. 6... ... 1:52... ...12:47.... ..48...
... 7... 7........ 1:30.. ..2:20...
... 8... ... 3:05.. 05 ... 2:52...
... 9... 3:40... ... 2:..... 3:25...
...10:..... ..4:15... .. 3:10...... 4:07...
...II .. ... 4:47... ... 3:46..... 4:55...
...12...... 5:45...... 4:27 ... 5:55...
...13... :4... 6:43..... 5:15 ... 7:05...
...14...... 7:45...... 6:12...... 8:19...
...15... ... 8:52... ... 7:17...... 9:28...
...16... ... 9:47... ... 8:25......10:32...
...17... ...10:47... ... 9:33 .....11:29...
...18... .. 11:52......0:33.....1154...
...19.....12-'1 ... 27 .1127... .12:43-..
S12*01.l1;..12.43...
...20... ...12:53 ..... 11:45 ... .1:12...
...21...... 1:45... ...12:37.... 200..
...22... ... 2:35... ... 1:30...... 2:52..
...23... .. 3:27... ... 2:18 ...... 3:35...
...24... ... 7.... 3:07... ... 425...
...25... ... :12..... 3:57....i.. 5:17...
...26... ... 6i:07... ... 4:47...... 6:12...
...27... -7:12...... : 5:43....... 7:12...
... .... 8,:20.. ... 6:43-... ... 8:12...
...29 ........... 7:48...i... 9:10...
..30- -... ........ 8:52......1001 ...
..31 .... ........... 9:53... ..............


1 I I i Forenoon and afternoon tides are ap-
proximately at the same hour. Auto.
That is What They Say About Them mobiles can be driven on the beach two
hours after high tide and within two
is Dayton, md It is There- hours of high tide.
tore. ReMable. ------
Another proof, more evidence, Day- *
tona testimony tc swell tie long list of rw
local people who endorse the old Quaker asi
remedy, Iamn's Kidney Pilln. Itead this


convincing endoremeniat of that remark-
Mutton Birds, able preparation: PA IN T
During six weeks every autumn the F. M. Topper, Beach street, DaytonaA, I
400 inhabitants of the Australian Fur- Fla. say : "I cannot siw-alik too lhighltlv
neaux hands make enough money to of loan's Kidney Pills, as I think tl'wjn-,.
sutIeprt themselves In dlness the est to be the best remedy I ever ue for Y Carter's W white Lead,
of the year. They do this by catching back and kidaleys. Thewv havi n\-V l--i t
the very fat young -mutton birds," failed me wie I havet- calle- u rt
which are hat the re s when such m- for relief. 1 have suffered a great,:l, Sherwin-Williams
bers that the flocks when they mi.s from back so mu.h s. at t l C r Va ish.
rate extend for miles. They furnish ,t .......----- Carriage Varnish.


s~almkr;i


just as i



rhey Grow


FRUITS Right ofFthe- -


. VEOETABLES Fes A


FISH Wriggling from the Waer


WNEST CANNED IN TME WORLD, -
56 VARIETIES M TM AND Q


a)3OR S FAAr.-~B-r -


L. 0. LYMAN


M. ELLA DE VOY O&

LADIES' HAwTIkS
Correct in Styles. OPEN ALL THE Y
No 6 South Beach Street, Daytona

-?,."u


A. B. IInRIuE


J. B. CONRAD
Vice-Pres.


MERCHANTS BANK
(BiRANCH OF VOLUSIA COUHTIr BArK)
Capital Stock................................. ..50,00
Surplus and Profits .... ....... ...............--- 55,145
Four per cent interest pa;d on Savings accounts and 'Tiae (
tificates of Deposit No notice inquired for withdrtawaJ

Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.
Saf Boxes"


RAIL


Elketbe6 Mc~e~5.i


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as a- o
04 $ ~
) a, -C
J s L~If p
a00 0
,ges =.



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No. 85 1 No. 2S go. 6 So. 8 w
DAILY! DAILY MAIN LINE DAILY DAILY
4 4iX pma 9 :0 am Lv ..Jacksonville .. r 730 pmt 3 am,
65 5 pm 1i0 aa RIa Lv .SC.Auausltie..Ar 6 05 pm 7' 6 am
1 6 27pmp,15 6ain Lv..East Palatka Lv 5 06 pm 60Bam M bm H
8 01 pm 1 32 pm,:Lv.... Ormin. ..m...Lv! 326pm 4 2a 4S
8 14 pm 1 41 pmuL.....I.vtona ....Lv 3 14 pm 4 15 a ,w .
i 8 pm 2 30 pm!Lv..New'Snaw a .I.v 210 pma 314r Ln 2 Vm- a
10 00 3 p 3 pml.v ...TitI1tvilte... Lv I 5 pm 227am ta"
:1043 pm 4 19 pma lv-......O.wo .....Lv1246s pi I 48 am
10 4 pm I4 pmlLv...R-t-kledle ....Lv124S-pm 144am SI
11 20 pm 4 457 pm!Lv.._Eau Gallie...Lv:12 10 pm 11 2m n.
11 pm 5 07 pm.Lv... Melbouirne ..Lv 12r pm I ma a s
3 48 am 9 17 pm fLvW. Palm Beach.Lv 8 04at m8 4 pm -
30am 11 30 pm'Ar......Miami ....Lv 5 3p am 6 m 00 pan
7 3am ........Lv.... Miami......Ar.......... 4 pm
a 40m .......... Lv.. Home-tead....v .......... 230pm 2 .
II 1i am :.... ...Lv_... i ina Key....Lv... ... IU 47 am 500 ,p
1200m ........ Ar..Kni:hts Key..Lv ........ 11 00 am 3 S
',7 5m ......... ..\r.... Key West...L-,v.___ .-....--- --L -- m- a m O
t am-------- ..........r .... Havana....Lv..........!t4i 06 pm


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aSundays. Tuesday and Thursdays. Knlghls Key and Key West
tMondays, Wednesdays and Friday. arrival and departures at Hr. an&

PALATKA BRANCH
Leave East EAST PALATKA To Arrive eave PALATKA TO EAST Arriveat
Palatkal PALATKA PalatkaA | alalaka Pta PALATKA Palatka
5 15 am ....... No. 100 IDail ........ 5: am 5 t0oam ....-..N. 101 Daily* 6 00-1
6 15 am ........No. 102 Daily......... 6 :u amn s i am .......... o. lo Daily-_a 8 an
9 0 am .........o. l Daily........ 9 am I 2 al ......o. aM Dsally a 1 46--
1205 pm ...... So. 106 Daily......... 12 2 in "-, inpm ... .No. 107 Dally. 3 15pm
4 10 pm ...N... Xo. 106 Dally..... 4 : .1 l' ..........N,. O. Daily..... 4 5pm
515 pm L_.._..No. 110 Daily ......, t ..........No. ll Dafy..... 615i
635 pm o ........ .11 Dail ....... 7 7 pm .......No. 113 Daily...... 7 29 p

SAN MATEO BRANCH
Leave EsQ EAST PALATKA TO trArie ai, l.. eave-n -wt t MATEO TO EAT &nY eBl
Palatka S AN MATEO Mateo 1Maiteo : PALATKA Palatka

8 .0 am i........ 101 Dali-.........; 8 W I o m ..........No. 101 DaIly ai9a
3 20 pm ..........No. 10r bly......... I:, m pm ....... o. 108 Dal 4 p

No. 5j No. 56 No. 53 No. 51 No. 50s o. 52 No. U No. 6s
banyr .~rb NAYR B C -l DaiAYPORl Dail
Daily Daily Daily D aily I Daily Daly Daiy
7 10 pm 6 10 pm 2 0U pm 9 20 am Lv..Jack-onville.. Ar 40 am 43 am 2 p p
S50pm 50 pm 40 pm 10 00 am Lv Palo1 Bleaeh...Lv. r am am 50r um p Is P
7 56pm 6 56pm 24 pm 06 am I.v A.tantic BearBh.Lvei5 t am7 53 am l al 5 p
8 10pm 7 10 pm : o00pm 10) -J am Ar.....Mayport....Li5 10 am 470 am t llDam s 0 pm
X1B*kys I Ex tT 2or|af y Brac .II K a a.; 1sand&, i No|tnch m
3 30 pm 9 30 am 116v. Sew 1mAr. 1 a: pm 7 u 3n : ii w 7 pm ILv'.Tt.rflleArI a pl
4 15 pm 11 3S am Lv...Ae n etes...L. I 0 pm 15 pm 9 :- am Ar...ianford .Lv.I 00
4 pm 11 50 am Lv,....crawe Citr....L. 12 50 pnm 5 30 I.m -
4 30 pm ;12 00 m *Ar.oraie rCliJr ..Lv. 12 45 pm 5 20 4pm, 2O an fd ai Day esep a Suay


co mea ma-e KIeto Key with P. & 0. S. S. Co. for Key Wet ald Lavorm. Coba.


~Te E-m TMETAmES show te th imes at which trais may be expectedto arrive at and dI.paltl f
several .lo; but teir arriT or departure at the times ated Is sot guaranteed nor i is Cmp-n
to e hld r..o.. le, r amy deaty or aay consequence arisiat therefrom.
FO. RAO OF THE LOCAL TIME CARD OR OTHER INFORMATION SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
D. RAHNER.GCewal Pmaaer AAcnt ST. AUGUSTINB, FLOW DA


-- -, -- _JmE


FLORIDA EAST COAST


LOCAL TIME CARD No. 78.


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