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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
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Daytona gazette news
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: May 1, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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OURISTS, ATTENTION!
Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases, etc.
IN ADDITION TO OUR FITULL
LINE er
aks, Bags, Suit Cases, Telescopes, Tourist Straps, Trunk Straps,
ir Straps, Name Tags, etc., just received, we have a complete
rtment-of Matting-covered Suit Cases and Telescopes. Also a
litv in a Matting-covered Hand Bag. 11"R U..IAL POPULAR PRICKS
WILL PREVAIL.
1HE PECK HENDRICKS COMPANY.
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Pictures.


Any customer purchasing $~.00 worth of Gro-
ies for cash. I will sell a handsome framed pict-
I your own selection out of one hundred and fifty
iBects, size 23x27, for only 59 cents.


A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME


desorate your homes. You don't have to buy
oo worth at one time. Ask for coupons.
Pictures on display in my window. Worth in
&ulay way $1.5o to $2.oo each. Call and see them


W. CARROLL,.


North Beach Street Grocer. 'PONE II.



l4MRISON


A close examination of electric-
al work finished and charged for
from this shop shows how 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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binet MaRer. Wood WorKer.
picture Frames, Door and Window Screens made to order.
Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.


A A IITEl 1 IT VEUTABLE lW1ERS OF 'AYTONA 5IESi 1 M l AVE

VANTS arE BIlNE. THIS SECTIN R Fme. HIE MSuAL 1al mu .
It It Iatt It % ot-
Correspondent Thinks it Will be Good Crops i rewn and the Or- They Will Also Observe the
No Trouble to Raise Funds organization of Producers Legal Holidays By Remain-
For Free Bridge. Is Bearing Fruit. ing Closed All Day.
Editor of Gazette-News:-What The vegetable growers of Day- We, the undersigned merchants TI
has become of the agitation in favor tons and vicinity have been quite of the City of Daytona, do hereby
of a free bridge? From the enthu- generally successful this season, in agree to observe the following holi-
siasm that was being shown and the fact so encouraging have been the days by keeping our places of busi-
promises that were being made it results that in nearly all cases the ness closed all day on Decoration .
e looked for a time as though the acreage will be increased next Day, Monday, May 31, 1909; Fourth
Bridge would be built this summer winter and many who have been of July, Monday, July 5, 1909;
and when the fall cam.) and the watching the outcome of the present Labor Day, Monday, September 6, *
Crowd of winter visitors again re- effort to glow and market success- 1909; Thanksgiving Day, Thursday,
Turned that people could visit the fully, celery and other crops in this November 25, 1909; Christmas Day,
great attraction of Daytona, namely, section will be encouraged to them- Saturday, December 25, 1909; New
Sthe ocean, without being held up selves take hold and help to make Years Day, Saturday, January 1,
by a New London crowd of million- this one of the finest garden spots 1910. Grncery stores and meat
aires. in Florida. markets remain open until 9.k00
S Of course the bill for a free Our hammock lands are as rich a. m., on above days.
bridge was beaten in the Legisla- as any found in the State and, with We also agree to close every
Sture but that is not the way to get proper drainage, hundreds of acres Thursday at 12:00 o'clock, begin-
Sthe free bridge. The County Cor- can be added to those now in cul- ning the first Thursday in May and
missioners will contribute their tivation, fitted for the production of ending the last Thursday in Sep-

0 share and the residents of Daytona, almost any of the crops usually member.
Daytona Beaeh and Seabreeze will grown for the northern markets, We hereby refuse to close on
5 contribute the balance. In this while even our lighter soils are far special occasions unless an agree-
way the expense will be borne by the superior in fertility to the average ment to the contrary shall ave;
people most interested. It will be pine land such as that which has been made at least three days pre-'
no trouble to raise the money as within the past few years made San- vious.
a every person owning a winter home,ford famous. Water we can have L. H. Rowe & Co, L G. Lyman,
6 here will only be only too glad to in abundance on any of our M. B. Aultman, Halifax Fur. Co
Contribute liberally to this project. soils, sand or marl hammock, by Peck-Hendricks Co. W. H. Peck,
Keep the good work up and when putting down artesian wells at a C. E. GardinerCo, S. W. Carroll, *
* you get the subscription list ready very modest cost. Bingham & Maley, J. W. Fulgham, i*
send it to all of us Winter Daytona- This season, however, with the Foster Co, C.R.M.Sheppard
ites and we will do more than our exception of an overplus of rain in Geo. H. Clark, R. I. McDonald,
share. the early fall, which delayed plant- Conrad Groc. Co, C. A. Birchwood
Hoping to be able to cross the ing, nature has conspired to favor T. S. Wood, Daytona Fur.Co,
beautiful Halifax next fall on our the truckers of this vicinity. An H. S. Miller, Anthony Bros,
own bridge, unusual amount of rain has fallen M. Ella DeVoy & Co.
I am, yours truly, for this time of year, but it has
A Winter Visitor. been very evenly distributed in TV
S' showers or heavier rains at intervals PI TY Of IM
OT17PN OF DAYTONA RIof a week or ten days apart and the R TO S INORD
MI EN O weather, unlike last spring, has
FfFIVES A EDil ~beea very pleasantly cool up to the It
past week, the nights often being Leaving For DeLand Wednesdayi
t 1 q quite sharp and the days tempered
Charles Nusbaum in Receipt of by winds from the north, which in- Morning Return By Way of
dicated that winter still reigned in New Smyrna Friday.
Delayed Recognition of Ser- the northern states. This weather A party from this city, composed
.A party from this city, composed;
vices in Philippines. was particularly favorable to the of Mr. and Mrs W. C. ranch, Miss
Charles Nusbaum, freight clerk growth of celery, lettuce, cabbage illie Mhabette and Dr. Walter
at the F. E C. Ry. depot, recently and similar vegetables, while not Sneed, made a three day's bicycle
Received a neat bronze medal from cold enough to injure potatoes amn excursion last week leaving )av-


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. D. TAYLOR, Electrical Contractor
House Wiring a Specialty.
alr in Electrical Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shades,
Bps No. S Orange avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.
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UMi AND DRESSED
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th, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime
o offltee and Yards: East 'Coas
I Cement in Stock. K~alway and Orange Avenue
iL$-Bond Mill. Atlantic toast 1Line Ky.. iIo Niles south of Jacksonvtill.
K- alamaroo.on Sanford rrainrli Itie Vt E.4'. ny.


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R. J. MALBY, Manager.


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Wi WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING
a alvanized lion Tank. a new Tiln lnof, a Hot Air Furnatce,
of the other metal nitce quiti s required to complete a modern
g, remember that

C. NASH et SON
k" DAYTONA, FLA.
prepared give prompt and reliable service at fair prices.
ral repair shop on Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory.


Out of town work solicited. I


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the war department in recognition more tender crops, the ptatn early Wednesday morning and
of services m the Philippine Is-, eing probably the finest ever iar- returning Friday afternoon. !
lands, as a member of Co. I, 23rd vested. They started at six o'clock Wed-
U. S. Infantry. The drouth throughout much of nesdav morning for DeLand, reach- i
Congress passed an act, which the north lat fall, coupled with a ing the county seat at 10:00 a. m.
was approved June 29, 1906, award- tardy spring, made the proper con- From DeLand they rode to Orange
ing medals to those men of the vol- editions for a welcome reception ol City and thence to Enterprise, where
unteers and certain of the regular early vegetables and consequently hey visited Green Spring and also
troops of the Army of the Philippin prices have ed atisfactorilyhe Trou poultry farm, which in-
who were enlisted for the war with high for the grower, even thougtereste them greatly, with its um-
Spain and served beyond their the transportation companies clai er of chicks in various stages of
term of enlistment to suppress the the giant's share of the returns. growth. Here they spent the night.
Philippine insurrection, and under While the price of celery has not Fro Enterprise they went on to
this act Mr. Nusbaum became en- averaged as high as in some previ- Sanford, where they visited friends
titled to a medal, but it was not ous years, it has held very steadily of Miss Mabbette and had a good
until lately that he received official at a remunerative figure, surprise- time inspecting the celery farms.d
..- e time inspecting the celery farms.'
notice to that effect. ingly well, in fact, when the in- They started from Sanford to Or-
In a cablearam to General Otis at mense quantity of this vegetable land, but after going some dis-
Manilla, July 1st 189, the presi- poured into the northern markets in tance, decided to turn back, fearing
dent showed his appreciation of the the past few weeks is taken ii to that if they continued they would
patriotism of the volunteers and consideration. not be able to get back by Sunday
regulars who served over the eu- Manager W. F. Illness, of the as they had planned.
listed time, in a very fine eulogium Daytona Truk and Fruit rowers Because of the stretch of bad
of their conduct and a copy of this Association, has some very encour- road they found on the way to San-
cablegram accompanied the medal, aging reports of cars shipped last ford, they took the train from that
which is of bronze and about the week and the market on celery, if it place to Orange City, where they
size of a silver half dollar. loes not advance, should at least again mounted their wheels and
The face of this medal bears the hold tirm for the balance of the rooe to Lake Helen, from Lake,
inscription Philippine Insurection, season. Helen to Indian Springs and New
1899, and three military fgues, Shipping in car lots and bringing S mrnaand thence home by the
those on the outside armed with buyers to laytona ale iml"prtant river rad.
results obtain. [ as well as maniv
guns; while the center figure carries results obtained, as well a Theonly accident met with on
a flag. On the reverse of the medal minor ones, by the organization i the way was the slight puncture to
are the words, For Patriotism, Forti- the growers and persistent ani In- one of I)r. Sneed's tires about six i
tude and Loyalty, surrounded by a tiring efforts of the manager of the miles this side of New Smyrna on
wreath. Association. Mr IIohues was new the return and this was easily re-
Mr. Nusbaum speaks very od t the busin and had mu to pred and delayed them butashort
eitly of his services while enlisted learn, but he has accomplished a tire. I
in Uncle Sam's army, but is quite great deal in a short time twardl lietwetn this city and DeLand
naturally proud of this token from placing the trucking industry at Dr. Seed killed a rattlesnake and!
the government in appreciation of Daytona on a tirm ftoting Ind th w one or more alligators
those services, giving it the prominence it d.serves. basking in the sun. while at one
.- i- .>la- tlhev were obliged to dismount


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ELECTRIC LIGHTS, ELECTRIC B L S
HOT AND COLD BATHS.

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CONRAD GROCERY CO.


Beginning with May Ist

we will close our store

at 8 p. m. Saturday's
and on Thursday's at

12 o'clock noon.


Respectfully,


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


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HE STANDARD OIL OmiPN

will deliver gasoline without

any charge for delivery at

any point in Daytona, Sea-

breeze, Daytona Beach, Or-

mond or Port Orange. Qual-

ity anj quantity guaranteed.
Call Office Pho 28-
Mills Transfer 77
Warehouse 60
Kerosene Oil Delivered by Tank Wagon.
gasoline Machine Gas and Lubricating Oils.




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OUTFITS.


Electricity will pump water

for 5 cents per 300 gallons.


Adam Schantz Electric Light Pnt,

E. L. ( 'NN, (t'eneral Manager.
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THE DAYTONA GALt i t- NEWS
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY
T E. H-LOtRALD, Editor


THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY
(INCORPORATED)

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

SSUBSCRIPTION RATES.
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SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1909


THE TY COUNCIL

i OL REGULAR MEETING.
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A Number of Citizens Will Appear Pass Chicken Ordinance on Final


Before County Commission-
ers Monday Evening.
A number of citizens of Daytona
and vicinity will appear before the
Board of County Commissioners
next Monday evening and urge that
the tolls over the Central and Sout/0
Bridges be reduced. A petition has
been on file before that body for
several months and notice had been
served on the bridge companies that
the petition will be alled up for
disposition Monday evening.
There seenis to be no question in
the minds of citizens generally but
what the tolls charged are exhorbi-
tant and the regulation of tolls being
entirely in the hands of the County
.Commissioners it is hoped that
they will grant relief to a long-
suffering public which has stood the
oppressive and exorbitant tolls
ever since the Smith-Armstrong
crowd gaine.l control of the lumber-
ing streaks of junk which span the
Halifax.
All persons interested are urged
to join the crowd to DeLand next
Monday.



r PORT ORANGE


PORT Orange, April 28-Mrs. Fay-
ette McDonald and Miss Caroline Mc-
Donald returned last week from a visit
to Jacksonville.
The F. E. C. bridge gang were here
last week repairing the Spruce Creek
bridge.
D. W. Winn.began driving an artesian
well for Mr. Lyon on his lot on Dun-
lawton avenue.
George Mertz was shipping beans lust
week.
George Johnson has finished taking
down the old Weeden house on the
corner of Dunlawton avenue and La-
Fayette street and Mr. Bailey has begun
hauling the lumber to his lot near the
depot.
Alonzo Cook was in town Friday
shaking hands with old friends.
Norman S. Dayton and W. H. Ed-
monson were in the village on business
hast week.
Mr., Mrs. and Miss Pierce started
for their summer home in Petoskey,
M ich., and Mrs. Dales and her daugh-
t.r left for their home in Grand Rapids.
Chance Vass visited his father Sun-
day and Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Seip and Stuart Wortley
and wife returned last week from a
cruise south in E. F. McDonald's yacht,
and left for their homes.

Friday Was Moving Day.
Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Wilson re-
move I from The Riverside on North
Beach street to their cottage in
process of construction on Baker
street, and W. G. Nash and family
moved from the Wicking house on
North Beach street to The Riverside,
1 one door south, where they will
make their residence temporarily,
while the same day Lew Smith and
f:-mily, who have been sojourning
on the ocean beach, moved into the
house vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Nash
and another family took possession
of tie cottage which had been occu-
pied by Mr. Smith and family.


Concrete Bridge to City Library.
.T. N. Gamble, of Cincinnati, who
owns a handsome winter residence
at Daytona Beach and has always
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Reading and Transact Con-
siderable Other Business.
A regular meeting of the Citv
Council was held Monday night.
Aldermen Courad. Smith, Schmidt.
dills and Klock being present.
Bill of Marshal John Myers, ;(i>,
and for street gauge, $ I 1, were al-
lowed and oirered paid.
Report of the Sanitary Inspector
was read and the clei k was in-
structed to notify parties mentioned
to comply with tli. ordinance re-
lating thereto.
The Clerk's statement as to col-
lections was read and referred to the
Finance Committee.
Communications from Fitzgerald
& Oates and others in regard to tax
matters were read and laid on the
table for future consideration, ex-
cept the matter in regalr to the F.
E. C. Ry., whi-h was r-ferredl to
the Finane..( Commit tee.
A petition frm Hilyvard anl IHol-
royd, prloprietors .f the Prince
George, was read and clerk in
structed to notify L. E. lleHnwodl
to remove tlie boat housG at the fot
of Third avenue by Nov. 1st.
W. H. Peters was granted tihe
privilege of constructing a sewer
across Beach street, under the usual
restriction.


Mayor Greene made verbal rec-
ommendations as to various matters
It was decided to redeem special
assessment city certificates as fast as
money was available ;nd the clerk
was authorized to draw warrants
and pay same as soon as practicable.
A matter relatiing to foot hl idge
on South llidgewod avenue was re-
ferred to the Street Colnunittee.
The ordinance preventing chick-
ens, turkeys, geese and other do-
mestic fowls from running at large
within the city limits was passed on
final reading.
The Ordinance Comnimittee pre-
sented for passage an ordinance tit
require tihe last Florida Telephone
Company t, make iertaini improve-
ments in their system in Daytona,
whereby the hotels, stores ant resi-
dences may without delay e as-
surred of an improved telephone
service and to grant said company
the right to construct and main-
tain such teIlphimuce system in D)ay-
tona. This ordinance was passed
on first andi second readings.
Alderman Smlith gave notice that
he would at the next i-.eeting pre-
sent an ordinance in regard to the
sprinkling of streets.
Tihe clerk was aunthoriz.'d to bal-
ance overdrawn budget accounts )b
transferring unappropriated monies
collected f:,r tines, licenses anid suil-
dries.


Departed in Private Car.
Mr. and Mrs. I. LL. (ilbert, whi
have been at The 'Icveland lon Mlag
nolia avenue since some time ii
December, departed MIonday after
noon in a private car for their homi
at Salem, Ohio. tQuitc a parts
gathered at the dtcitpt to see then
off for these charming people have
made many friends in Daytonia.
Mr. Gilbert is attorney for th1
Pennsylvania railroad lines west o
Pittsburg withl aln i:lic in iht city
Sonm of thiln- frinel, n-orthl hl i,,


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Scareeze and Daytonl Bla eh
* MRS. H. A. BERNARD, Editor.
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Brigade Camp of Florida State Johnson, Warren and


WILL ASK FOR LOWER

TOLLS OVER HALIFAX RIVEtR


Mrs. 11 1. iclr.-p r at te C'hero- Mrs. Collins, sister of Mrs. Ellis, prop- Rev.. Pollock, wife and daughter,
kee cottage. erty owner on Peninsula drive, has wh o have occupied the Burr cottage
s Mrs. Miller came over from Eustis last leasede the Freeman cottage for the sum- who te have occie the urr cottage
- week and is visiting her son, A. I. nrer nterha e lfor
Miller and family, on <;randview avenue, Mr. lHardman has rented C. H. Will- Mu ta. ev.has ocpie
while her husband is doing legislative .'s house on Seabreeze avenue for the the pulpit for Rev. Waldron during the
S l islativesunnmmer, and with his family is ex- latter's absence.
duty at Tallahiassee. r peeted from Eustis Friday. Mr. Hard- John Anderson was in town a few
Mrs N. J. Orth and children leave, munars parents will also ie with him days last week but left Monday for New
next week for their home at Erie, Pi. thi* surnin-r. York. He will be at the Mt. Washing-
.rs. J. B. Alb-rcronibie will accourparn ton for the summer.
SMrs. Orti id spend the sun er in Miss Anna Livingston left for the Cat-
Srie. HO skillmountains, her summer ome, on
J. I). Wilcox, who has spent the sea- HOLLY HILLi mu i, hr su
son with his son.Artist T. Ralph Wilcox yny
e iW. A. Barker and Percy Freeman are
and wife on Halifax avenue, left 'ues- 1OI.L.Y HILL., April 28-Saturday putting in an extensive seawall and
Y day on his return to his hone at Wor- trhe older school children went up the dredging out a basin and canal. They
1 veste'r, \ Tol:nka in the launch "Two Chums," I expect to build two concrete bungalows
e The fruit on the guava buushes hiave accompanied by Miss Mann. in the fall which will add very much to
been ri-ning right along during th Miss Blanch Davenport left on Tues- the appearance of Palmetto point.
Entire iiniter, and manyl of the bushes .la for her home in Sharon. Mass. Her Wm. Burr is making some extensive
rf loaded with blossolnti a11d fruit in till mamnyfrie-nds wish her "bon voyage." alterations in three of his cottages. (i.
stag f d-vl t. h t t .....
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-~""99rU w'uL LO A- uarlet 119~S Charge of the work.
to J. .nsvill- on business, and while J. D. Price and son Herbert are cer-
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Again in the Toell-Nci 'J
and iHart to Get.
Three of the five negroes who ea
eaped from the county jail at Do
Land last week have been recaptur-
ed.
.TJame II-tnpton. charged with
lewd antil la scivionus cohabitation,
was captured Tuesday at Lungren,
in the north end of the county.
Hampton was awaiting trial at the
time of his escape.
Thursday afternoon Sheriff E. L.
Smith captured Ch:irles Warren,
who was awaiting trial on the
charge of murder in the first de-
gree, and .iohn Johnson, a convict-
ed murderer who was sentenced to
life iumprisnment. The two ne-
groes were fund in the woods in
Lake county, about 12 miles from
EIustis.


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SEABREEZE, April 28-Apparently. DAYTONA BEACH, April 28-The Troops Will Be Held in
little interest is. being taken in the ap- Town Council met in regular session June atJacksonville.
preaching municipal election May l8th. Monday night. A petition was pre-.
No caucus has yet been called, although sented and granted to shell Hollywood Camp orders were received last
the time provided by statute for calling a avenue from Seabreeze avenue to Har- week by Company K, for brigade
iuch meeting is about passed. H. C. vey street. Council moved that civil en ment at the new grounds in
Buckland, who has made such an xcel- engineer be authorized to set grade encampment at te new rounds. in
lent clerk and assessor, declines ac- stakes on Palmetto, Grandview and, Jaksonvile which is to be in the
rept the offices again on acctuntf con- Hollywood avenues. Treasurer's report future the permanent camp site for
ilicting business i,,terest yJ-rome was read, accepted and ordered filed. A State troops. The encampment will
\etherbv is mentioned as 4f didate number .f bills were paid. Three build- be held the first week in June at
for these offices, and for t mayor's ing pe-rmits were granted. The council Philbroken on the St. J.lns river
utfice there is talk of Dr Leland anti F. by resolution approved an act petition- .
R Swift as good men. R. M Mallery is ing the Legislature at Tallahassee to near Jcon
the only man who holds over on the grant power to the Town of Daytona There has been no infantry
aldermanic board. The town loses g od Beach relating to the closing, changing brigade camp of the Florida .State
material in T. F. Williams, who is in- or altering streets, with the consent of Troops since the Tampa tcatmp in
elligible for reelection on account of all the abutting property owners along the summer of 19t, the troops
non-residence. M. L Waggoner, who is said streets.
now a citizen and property holder, is The San Souci (lub meet with Mrs. W. having gone to the artillery districts
mentioned for alderman. C. P. Lund B Reed this afternoon An enjoyable of Pensacola and Tampa in 19 07
has made a most satisfactory collector, afternoon in the study of Browning is and 1908, and it is thought the
and will be reflected without opposition. anticipated, with the usual pleasant entire service will be pleased to once
A progressive, business administration social hour following. m e et ak t a infa
of the city affairs will mean much for *After April 15th Surf Crest will give more t backto a b e nfantr
the city's growth, within the next year rates of Sti.00 and $7.00 pe r week47-4 camp, especially with Jacksonville
Miss Callie Minis, of Bonaventure, is Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Stanton, of At- as the location, as that city is un-
visiting her sister, Mrs. Homer Wake- lanta, have been enjoymg a visit at the doubtably-the most accessible from
field, on Oakridge boulevard. home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Johnson all parts of the State and has always
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Woodward closed for the past ten days. While here
been a favorite with the mte nlm their winter home on the Halifax, and they made he trip to DeLand. Orlando been a favorite with te
left Monday afternoon for points north, and other interior towns. Mr Stanton bers of the militia.
enroute to their summer home at Kan- is a neplrew of Mr. Johnson, and is con- Company K, under the command
sasCity, Mo. They will likely spend nected with a prominent electrical of Captain Neville H. Clark and his
part of the summer abroad. supply fusiniess house of Atlanta. They efficient lieutenants, is already well
Mrs. S. R. McConnell accompanied left Monday for home.
by Miss Eleanor, left Sunday for a visit The O(yama brick building is begin- prepared for the enampment and
to James McConnell, who is finishing a ning to take definite shape, and the will very creditably represent l)ay-
law course at the State 'niyersity, at other building interests are going for- tona among the various companies
Charlottsville, Va. Later Mrs. lMcCon- ward in a satisfactory manner. Day- from other parts of the State.
nell will le on the lakes and Miss Me tons Beach will make a good summer
Connell will visit her father in Ne.w growth, and et in a better way to ac-
York comodate its tourists this winter than Entertained Departing Friends.
Hatchhaven was closed today. lr ever before. Mrs. Edward White entertained
and Mrs. latch, children andl maids Wynne Haight and his charming at Five Hundred Friday afternoon
leaving on tlh 3 14 train for the-ir sum- young wife left last week for their home of last week a part of friends t
0. l > t ;n po.L L.-i \ of last week a party of friendls ti-st
mer home at Ypsilanti. Mich. Mr in Peck-ki;l, N. Y.
Iiiteh has conducted the .editorial MIr. arnd Mrs. Alcott arrived Monday of whom would shortly leave tlhe
work on his daily and wrekly papers from lI)ela.nd, and have taken posses- city for the summer.
from S.abrreze during their live mncrlti.-l sion of the Ocean louse, which they There were live tables engaged
stay. will open for the accomodation of sum- aud Mrs. George Beardslev carried
Little Theodore Priec, of New York iner guests.
and his attendant, trained nurse and Dr. I. M. Springer had the middle and away the first prize, a hammered
maid, who have been at the Princess third fingers of his right hand very brass candle stick, while Mrs. Laura
Issena since the burning of the Claren- badly hurt Monday, while trying to A. Balcom secured the second prize.
don, left Monday for home. Iloonr, help soeme men balance a heavy piece of an ebony handled reading glass,
have already been engaged for him and iron on one the loats at the Root dock. and the consolation prize, a very
his attendants next November, at this the hand was dressed by Dr. Esch, and
elegant home hotel. Dr. Springer had a comfortable night. pretty silver mounted cologne bottle,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. (tnmble and though it will be some time before it fell to Mrs. Adler.
children, Ieft last week for their lhome at heals. Following the cards refrcshllnits
D)etroit, Mich. They enjoyed a week'. Ilistriet Superintendent Porter held were served, prolonging the srAcial
visit at Chattanooga, Tenn., enroute. quarterly meeting at the M. E. Church enjoyment of the
Col Cordis is a guest at the Princess Sunday. and preached both morning
Issena since the departure of his family and evening.
last week. A letter from Mrs. Cordi.- Mr. Cherry has let the contract to Had Invitation to Dixie Theater.
reports their arrival at Long Meadow, Dan l-,quay for a two story, seven- The Edna May Spooner theatrical
and that the ocean was as still as a mill room cottage on his lot on Palmetto ea
pond during the voyage to New York. avenue. A. Vandevorde has the con- troupe, playing at the l)ixi theatre,
Miss Marion Ilateih, who has been thl. tract for the brick work. The piers for Jacksonville, extended an invitation
guest of Miss Helen Burg man the pa the building have already been set. to the members of the Order of
seas-on, left last Thursday for the north Mrs. F. J. Hudgins arrived from Mar- Eastern Star in attendance at the
She was accompanied as far as Wash- tinsville, Ind., Tuesday afternoon on a Grand Chapler to witness their pr-
ington, D. C., by Miss Burgnan. wh, visit to her sister. Mrs. E. H. Webster. ran ater t itne
will visit 1iss Dolores Harding in that Miss Blakeslee has purchased of C. L. formanc Friday night of last week
city for a while and later meet Mis.- Horn a fifty-foot lot on Hollywood and boxes were reserved for them.
Hatch in New York. They go from avenue, and L. Z. Burdick has the con- Many of the delegates ani visitors
New York to Boston, and from Boston tract for a three-rooum bungalow. were unable to remain in Jacksoin-
to Cleschire, Pa., Miss lhitll 's home. Ed ussell has purchased of J. M. ville until Friday night, but. be-
where Miss Burguman will spend most ol McCullough tihe wooden building ad-
the summer. joining the Webster grocery store build- tween fort and fifth, among whimn
Mr. ani Mrs F. I. Lang worthy ing, but onte. were Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Smith of
closed their home on Ocean boulevard Mliss Tuft arrived from Melbourne this city, availed themselves of tlhe
Monday, and left for French l.ick, Ind.. Monday, and will spend some time with opportunity. The courtesy was ex
where theyv visit relatives for a time, Mrs. Hlilb:lrd, on Live Oak avenue, tended through the fact that both
later going to Shertcer Id summer. ithe parsonage tomorrow evening. Ice Miss Spooner and her mother art'
Mr. and Mrs. MeNutt Imoved last cream and cake will be served. members of the order.
week into their cottage onu Halifax It is rumored about town that C. L. --- -
avenue, recently purchased of (C. A lIorn will erect a handsome b ick block N
Ballough. Since purchasing, Mr Mle- 'n his property on Seabreeze avenue
Nutt and Mr. Farrell, whose properties Mrs. C. L. Horn is getting up a box M
adjoin, liave built a division fcnce, for an orphan's home at Enterprise, and \, J
partly a stine wall, and Mr. MIhNutt will appreciate iny contributions to so ORMOND, ADril 27.--Mlost of our
contemplates cntsilderalle other irn- worthy a c:iuse winter tourists have returned to their
provenient in thte hoilse arl surrounl- Iine'hurst chlo.sed last week after a fair summer homes. This week we s. e the
irgs on hi., return here early next fail. seasu'rs ,uhinress. deatr A G e i
departure of A. G. Wetherlbee, gife, atnd
H. ( Wilson was in iDel.and cn bu.-i- Mr. and Mrs. Nickerson left Tuesday daughter, Emma, who spend six onthf
ness the fore part of the week. f,,r their home in Massachusetts. They in Ormond and the remainder of tire
Mrs. (eo. I,. Pratt and daughter, oun a very attractive place on Penin-utiful home in ores-
Marjorie. a'e' i.sitiurg Mrs. Pratt'. sister, slha hrive. ,


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It steenes that the five negroes ran MASONIC
HALIFAX LUDIM IL N 94 V.
to lIeLaidl .Junction after breaking Me ~ tiasaL a a
inil. Here l1ampton's wind gare. "e a ~Tise No.M. s. 1
,out and t!:~ other four left him. oaIU ~T sDuaY.1
LIVB OAK I0 o,0N .
Sheriff Smith learned that three Me .l ihAam.iyso.
negroes answering the description Au msemlt asemmat .1 Oasi
of Warren, Johntson and Nelsoni DR T. A D
D t. D I A. AVlIS
crossed the St. Johns river near D- i ANT RiST. -
Land Ihnction. lie followed this, The tr t t e mi
clue and c;ap turned two of the three. method of treat the deik.
Nelson, the ne~gro sentenced Sto eier sdr-ie aei.
Seie.tiiie-Mme Wornr
death, is suinposed to le somewhere'dren a peia ty.
Corner opposite pWw&cN. .-
in thie saint neighxborhaod. Beaw.
A negro answering the descript-
ion of I lart was put off the train by
the conductor of the Titusville
branch a aexv !ays ago, so it is pre-
sullied that IHart weut south.
Sheriff S ISth offered a reward for
he -ai.tiire of any of the negroes.
The description of the two fugitives
still at large is as follows:
Arthur .Nelson, age 22, 5 feet 7 w. msa"Sm
inches, 13."5. lauds; color, black; '. L m. mM -a
hair curct'lse, head very long from
front to Iack; stoop shouldered, scar




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*Wedding and Graduation Gifts,
all new and up-to-date stock, silver,
cut glass and jewelry. A large as-
sortment to select from.
GEO. H. CLARK, Jeweler.
Mrs. Ibach, widow of the late
Judge B. F. Ibach, left Wednesday
for Moravia, N. Y.


stock is very complete in all
and store will remain open all
r Let us be your jewelers.
Lt. IL Rows & Co., The Jewelers.
i. E Quigg made a trip to Hast-
Bigs Saturday.
eanry Gardner went to Jackson-
le Monday afternoon.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
iad Mrs. George Hull, April 22.
Col. C. M. Binabam was a Jack-
,aville visitor Saturday and Sun-


Moth balls and Motholine Crys-
stals. huwANINS, The Druggist.
SJohn Myer' oldest sonC,Cecil, ac-
companies him north last week and
will return with him.
SA large number of colored people
- enjoyed an excursion to Ponce Park
1.Monday, aboard the Constitution.
Mrs. F. E. Bond was in the city
*'from DeLand Saturday, the guest
of Mrs. E. T. Conrad- on Orange
Avenue.
SMrs. W. G. Dean and Miss Mairs,
w aho have been guests of The Mag-
-aiolia, on Riagewood avenue,. left
r&Tuesday for Plainfield, N. Y.
Dr. Houghton, dentist, west end
Mouth Bridge. Peek block, phone 32
, The warm weather prevailing the
latter part of last week was tem-
pered Saturday by another norther,
Denoting more cold weather north.
SJ. W. and L. O. Reese, of Second
avenue, departed Saturday. They
Spetto spend some time in the
iutains of Carolina before going
U t;nden, Ind.
-Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Burden
Srloded their cottaRe on Magnolia
avenue Saturday and departed for
S their northern home at Joliet, Ill.,
.to spend the summer.
Bargain-One 10 h. p. Cadillac
touring car. W. W. Abererombie. tf
SMi3 jMary L Torrence, of New
S:York City, who has been stopping
; at the Troy House, was called home
lrt week by a telegram announcing
H.the death of a sister.
SMis Rachel Van Vieck and niece,
who have been occupying Geo. H.
~idwig's house, corner Ridgewood
Iand Second avenues during the
* winter, left Wednesday for Middle-
town, Ct.


'-' Mrs, D. F. Austin returned last
week from a four months visit with
wher daughter, Mrs. .T. E. Long, and
C, Ulatuily, at Beaumont, Texas, and
her son, Willard Austin and family
i a Oklahoma.
: For upholstering or repairing
pgs atoves, drop a card to E. Wel-
4on, Seabreeze. tf
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Loe, of At-
lantic City, N. J., who have been
Located at the Daytona apartment
~iouse on South Palmetto avenue,
departeded last week on their return
*.to their northern home.
~': Miss Florrie Hankins arrived in
.:Daytona Monday for a few days'
i'visit with her brother, W. M. Ian-
."kins and family. Miss Hankins
iwas on her return to Bartow from
attendance at the musical festival in
SJacksonville.
*Will trade a 38-foot launch, in
-'omxmiaeion, for an auto. W. A.
'attrker, Ormond, Fla. 45-4t
SDr. and Mrs. A. O'Neill and
-~daghter and the doctor's mother
and brother, Albert, who have been
located during the winter on Volusia
raue, departed last week, going
:1r a time to their former home at
fidgewood, N. J. They will spend
'he summer in New Hampshire.


Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kling closed
erir handeone winter home on
pbolia avenue Wednesday and
ATred for Jacksonville where
ljwand Mrs A. B. Foster, of
th Ridgewood avenue, were to
jl them today, as was also Geo.
| Blymyer, and the party con-
S mi jniurthward_ Messrs. Kling


Dr. M. Josie Rogers made a pro-
fessional trip to Jacksonville Thurs-
day.
J. W. Rielly has added a commod-
ious porch to the front of his resi.
dence on North Beach street.
J. F. Brown returned to the city
Thursday from a several days' visit


Editor G. B. Seaman of the Hali-
fax Journalwas a Palatka visitor
this week, going over to that city
Thursday afternoon on Masonic bus-
iness.
#The Rosedale has summer rates
for board; also rooms and board.
Mrs. W. P. Walters, who with


Last Monday being Memorial Day,' with his brother at Orlando. Mr. Walters has been located in one
the Merchants Bank was closed, but Mrs. Louse Bennett will be con- of the Ibach cottages on Third
there was no general observance of fined to the Daytona Hospital and avenue, left Wednesday for Worces-
the holiday. Sanitarium for treatment for some ter, Mass. Mr. Walters did not ac-
Charles McNary, of Ormond, was time. company her as he will conduct a
shop at Daytona Beach during the
a Daytona visitor Wednesday and Geo. H. Clark, who has been quite sm e
made a pleasant call at the Gazette- ill for the past week, is somewhat su er
News office. better at this writing, Fri 'y Having removed my tailoring
The next regular meeting of the morning. business from Cottage to Magnolia
Mr. ad Mr. Alfonso Hilliard ofvenue one door west of postoffice,
D. A. R., will be held Wednesday at M r. and Mrs. Alfonso Hilliardof I wll be pleased to greet my old
Mrs. C. E. Gardiner's residence on South Ridgewood avenue, departed patrons and new customers at the
North Beach street. Tuesday on their return to Dicken- tron new customers at the
Mrs.l ..% S o Chicgonew location. Phone 28. 0. S.
Mrs. W. N. Sigsbee, of Chicago, son, N. Burnett. 49-3
... Banet 4 -


who has been a guest of The Mag-
nolia, for the past three mouths,
left Tuesday on her return north.
Peter Ladas went up to Jackscn-
ville last week atnd Thursday Mrs.
Ladas and children arrived from that
city to remain during the summer.
E. L. Gunn. manager of the
electric light plant, went to Jack-
sonville last Saturday and joined


$ For board or rooms and board at
summer rates try The Rosedale.
F. G. Lindberg will accompany
R. T. McFadden to Tybee to look
after the baking for the latter's
hotel at that place this summer.
Miss M. E. Minturn, who has
been stopping at The Riverside,
left Monday for St. Augustine, en-
mrlte to her honm ;n -.mw Ycrbk


his family, who had proceeded him State.
to that city earlier in the week r. and Mrs. N. A. Lewis, of
pMr. and Mrs. hN. A. Lewis, of
They returned home Tuesdlay night. .
SThouth Ridgewood avenue, and Mrs.
MBoth balls and Motholine Crys- Eddy, Mrs. Frank G. Gardiner's
talks. lAS Kss. The Druggist. another, left Tuesday for Fargo,
Dr. W. C. Chowniug, of H1" North Dakota.
thorne, a friend and classma of -Call at Our Store and get a cake
Dr. J. Rawlings, arrive ithe of pure maple sugar; just received.
city Tuesday night and t take
S d nig a t Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Ball closed
over Dr. liawlings' practice here. and Mrs. R W B o
Dr. Rawlings expects to leave to- The Lyndhurst on Second avenue
and departed Monday for Asburv
morroP. r c
SPark, N. J., where they conduct a
Mrs. E. R Jefferson and maid, summer hotel.
who have been-occupying one of W.
B. hittenen' hou on NMillinery at cost for the next ten
B. house No days at Shell Boat. Mrs. S. M. Ryan.
Ridgewood avenue during the win- a
ter, left yesterday on their way to The Misses Margaret and Matilda
Montclair. N. J., sailing from Jack Allen, who have spent the season as
sonville today on the steamer Arap- usual at their u inter home on Fair-


ahoe.
tAutomiobile tires and inner tubes
vulcanized at Oliver's garage

A. A. Robert, junior member of
the firm of A. IH. Robert & Son,
North Beach street, is keeping
batchelor hall, Mrs. Robert having
gone to Hastings Wednesday for a
two weeks' visit with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Carter, formerly
of this place.


The Kingston


school having


Mrs. John Ferris and her sister,
Mrs. Upe)n, her sister-in-law, Mrs.
Charles Ferris, her grandson, Han-
ford Foote, who have been occupy-
ing one of the C. Nash cottages on
Volusia avenue during the winter,
left Wednesday on their return to
South Norwalk, Ct.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Blackwell,
who have this winter conducted The
Cleveland on Magnolia avenue, left
Thursday for Ocean Grove, N. J.,
where they have a summer hotel,
The Black well. Mr. and Mrs.
Blackwell are pleased with Day-
tona and have made many friends
here who will be glad to see them
again next winter should they decide
to return.
fFoa SAu.-A five-passenger Reo
touring car in good order. Will be
sold cheap for quick sale. Apply to
Earl Williamson at Maley's Hard-
ware store.


IASE IALL SEASON


TO OPEN TRISIAY.


view avenue, departed Wednesday bt t
on their return to Fort Plain, N. Y. Manager Nash Expects to Arrange


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
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Anderson and
daughter, Miss Ada, of Fairview
avenue, departed Wednesday after-
ternoon for Asbury Park, N. J.,
where they will slwnd the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Hulett and


closed for the term last week, C. R daughter, Mrs. )oolittle, who have
M. Sheppard is now able to devote been occupying their winter home
all his time to the market and gro- during the season, leave today on
cery' Lusiuess which he recently their return to their Cleveland,
purchased of J. T. long on North Ohio, home.
Beach street. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Davis left
' .S. Burnett removed his tailor- Wednesday for their home at Grand
ing establishment from Cottage Rapids, Mich. Mr. Davis recently
avenue to the Geo. F. Smith build- sold his residence property on
ing on Magnolia avenue, just west South Ridgewood avenue, but.
of the postoflice, last Monday. This having the habit, will probably re-
building was occupied the past sea- turn to Daytona in the fall.
son by J. L. Williamson v.ho con-
son by J. cI. ilriaa son v ho ct:)- Whv scowl and make wrinkles
ducted a camera and view shop. on your forehead, when properly
*-'L,,T- IBetween Fairview and titted glasses will relieve the cause.
Monk's, store sum of money. Reward N\'mi. H. CL.AUK, Optometist.
Return to Gazette-News office. I, .1. Waite, who has been with


E. N. Waldron last week lost a
tine old live oak in his orange grove
at Blake, which for years had been
used as shelter. The tree, which
was seven feet in di meter, with a
great spread of branches, was
struck by lightning and being hol-
low it took tire and was completely
destroyed.
Millinery at cost. Sliellhoat for
sale. Going ,it of business. Mrs.
S. M. Ryan.
The regular meeting of Live Oak
Chapter No. I, Order of Eastern
Star Tuesday night was an interest-
ing one. There was a good attend-
ance, quite a number of visitors
being pres-nt. A report of the
Grand Chapter proceedings was
made and during the evening re-
freshments were -erved and a gen-
erally pleasant social time enjoyed.
*-Normt. A will pay .:.(iA for
a female fox squirrel and $2.50 for
a female gray squirrel, half grown
or more and all 0. K. Will pay ex-
press here. .1. J. Banta, DeLand.


S. H. Gove left Tuesday after-
noon for Lo.s Ahgeles. Cal, in order


his son, LM. M. Waite, and family at
the Despland during the winter,
left Wednesday for his home at
Belleville, N. V. Mr. and Mrs. L
M. Waite will not go north until
about the middle of May.


IHousehold goods for sale.
Pellett, Loomis avenue.


Mrs


Mr. ani Mrs. F. S. Clapp and
baby, who have been at The Mor-
gan all winter, left Wednesday for
their home at Washington, Ind.
Mr. Clapp is thinking of returning
in a few weeks time, when fishing is
at its best, and have a good outing
\ith rod and reel.
fl',i: S tu.E:--A five-passenger Reo
touring car in good order. Will be
sold cheap for quick sale. Apply
to larl Williuason at Maley's Hard-
ware store.
EI. Shear returned last week
from the lower coast where he had
been for about two weeks with
W. W. Austin on a fishing cruise
among the Florida Keys. Mr.
Shear felt obliged to return be-
cause of business interests and
came home by train leaving the
others at Long Key. He says they
were having a fine time and the
fishing was excellent.


Game With Cocoa Team


For That Day.
A meeting of the Daytona Base
Ball team was held Thursday night
and it was decided to keep the team
together for active service during
the coming summer. A series of
games will be arranged and season
tickets will be issued guaranteeing
a certain number of games and en-
titling the holder to all games
played, including admission to the
grand stand.
Manager W. G. Nash expects to
open the season with a game at Har-
rison's Park next Thursday, the
first half holiday of the summer,
with a match between the Cocoa
club and the Daytona team, with
the Daytona Cornet Band to enliven
the occasion. Should the arrange-
ments carry all right, later notice of
the game will be given.

To Begin Work on Water Works.
The water works bond trustees
held a meeting Tuesday morning
and the funds for sale of bonds
being at their disposal they com-
pleted the purchase of the property
on Magnolia avenue by making the
full payment for same to J. M. Lane.
All the contractors have been
notified, some of the material is
already on the ground and the
water works engineer, C. M. Rogers,
is expected in the city today to
begin the work Monday, commenc-
ing with the drilling of the wells,
and unless something unforeseen
occurs the work will now be pushed
to completion.

Died in Macon, Gan.
Mrs. P. H. Watson, a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dunn of this
city, died at her home at Macon,
Ga.. Monday afternoon. Mrs. Wat-
son had been in failing health for
some time and Mrs. Dunn had
been with her for the past five
months. She is survived by her
husband and two children, her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dunn, and
three brothers, J. T. Jr, E. (. and


J. B. Dunn, members of the firm of
Dunn Bros., of this city. Messrs.
J. T. Dunn. senior and Junior, left
.-- f uar ,m.i n rMavlmr b attpnw


MEN ARE tSl

AS CHILDREN
Who TM M SAP-hy U-re s k

* Big, strong man is as a helpless infant
when he is suddenly ill
The stmdiest chap in town usually loses
his self control, and is utterly unable to
igud hs condition with the common
mans that characterizes his every-day
actions.
SFor example: He comes home tied,
eats a heavy dinner and sits down to read
and smoke away a quiet evening.
Suddenly he notices a weight on his
stomach; then sharppains around his heart,
and a feeling of suffocation. Thoughts of
"heart disease" rush over him, and in his
agony he fears the worst.
His trouble was acute indigtion,
brought on by overloadinghia tired stomach
A couple of Rexal Dyspepsia Tablets
would have given him instant relief--
would have saved him hours of suffering.
Carry a package of Rexall Dyspepsia
Tablets in your vest pocket or keep them
in your room. Take one after each heavy
meal, and indigestion can never bother you.
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets curs stomach
troubles by supplying the one element, the
absence of which in the gastric juices,
causes indigestion and dyspepsia. They
enable the stomach to digest all kinds of
food and to quickly convert it into rich
red blood.
We know what Rexall DyspepsiaTablets
are and what they will do. We guarantee
them to cure iudigestioa and dyspepsia.
I they fail, we will refund your money.
Price, a5 cents per full package. Sold
only at our stores or by mail
Garth B. Young, Daytona, Fla.


EANII TIE NOIET


Of TIE M O L CURT. i


lany CasesDisposed of in Va-
rious Ways This Week.
Court Adjourns.
The Criminal Court of Record
as been in session at DeLand this
reek. The regular term was con-
rened the second Monday of the
month but owing to the Circuit
Court being in session was adjourn-
ed until last Monday.
The following cases were on the
locket:
Wm. Lee, colored, Daytona,
chargedd with perjury, ease nolle
prosequi; S. B. Melvor, negro, Se-
ville, charged with carrying con-
ealed weapons, case nolle prosequi;
nArhie Walker, negro, DeLand,
chargedd with illegal sale of liquor,
has been in the county j-il several
weeks, case continued; A. E. Mason,
Daytona, assault and battery, case
nolle prosequi; Sam Murray, negro,
DeLand, charged with aggravated
assault on Will Nealy on February
28. and has been in the county jail
since that time, acquitted; Cain
Carter, negro, )DeLand, publicly
using obscene language, and another
charge of trespass after warning,
plead guilty and was given thirty
days for the first charge and sixty
days for the second; Harry Golden,
arrested about two weeks ago near
Rogers and has been in jail, charged
with carrying concealed weapons,
fined $100 and costs, in lieu of
which he will have a chance to work
for the county for six months; Ollie
Johnson, negro, DeLand, charged
with illegal sale of liquor, acquitted;
Clark G. Smith, assault and battery,
fined $2.54) and costs, which he
paid; Walter E. Pollock, charged
with grand embezzlement from the
Bank of New Smyrna, has been
under bond since Sept. 28, 190 S,
continued, Gabriel Burney, negro,
Orange City, carnal intercourse,
nolle prosequi; Thomas Blackmar,
Daytona, grand larceny, dismissed;
C. E. Johnson, Daytona, aggravated
assault, appealed to circuit court
and remanded-case continued; Jack
Jones, Oak Hill, drunkenness, plead
guilty; Eddie White, negro, un-
authorized person boarding train
while in motion; Theodore Hart.
negro, assault with intent to murder
wife, second charge similar assault
on Willie Williams, continued;
James E. Scoville, arrested in Day-
tona on information of wife, grand
larceny and has been confined in
jail-case continued: Rush White,
negro, New Smyrna, assault with
intent to murder Wm. Thomas on
Feb. 2C, has been confined in j;sil,
nolle prosequi; Arthur Dlancy.
negro, l)aytona, aggravated a.sult
on Henrietta White, Feb. 24, nolle
prosequi; Mose Richarldon, negro,
DeLand, charged with stealing
horse from Emory Baldwin, April
11, continued; A. S. Hlrrroun, Day-,
tona Beach, assault and battery,
plead guilty; James Peoples, negro, I


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Complete' as Plaats hsta...

Plumbing and Heai SpM.

Brass and G(alv. Pipe aid R


Fairbanks & Morse Engaes & Pk

Niagara Hydraulic Rams.

Ireland Pipe Wrenches


JOE OSE1 N 1k I


Phone 96.


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-J. SCtlNEIDER. M. D.
Physician d m Surges.
302 North Ridgewood
Phone 193, Daytona, Florida.,
Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m.,
6 to 8 p. m.

1)R. J. V- RAWLINGS

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

E. L. bsAiWART
Physician and Surgeon
Special attention to diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose. Office
and residence, Magnolia avenue, 3rd
door west of P. O., telephone 82.
ttifce 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. Owoe
over (lobe clothing store. Omffce hours
7 to s a. m. 1 to 3:0 p. m., 7 to 8:00 p. m.
D__ AYTONA. 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.

1)R. W. A. GOVE
)Dentist
office: corner Ridgewood and Voluata

PHONE 89

iROY HOWEt. M. D-
Phlisician 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 4and 6:30 to S p. m.


I


San


Mateo


Cigars


Have Made


A Reputation of

~Their Own.

The sicctess of the San Mateo Cigar is one of
thet greatest industrial triumphs of the EastCoast
Ssin'e the freeze.
Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the penin-
Ssula of Florida and the Island of Cuba can produce, and wrap-
, ped with the rich, silky leaf grown on East Coast plantations,
Sthe rigar industry of the world has never produced better goods. 4
For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union
SN'"w.s ('mlpany on every train entering Florida.
i wenty sizes, styles and grades too select from.
St: \ 1, AI F tRV Al I1 FAIl FUS.


11 Orange Avemne.


Fitzgerald & Oates
Attorneys at Law
Special Attention to Examini and
Perfecting Land Ttle.
Conrad Block, DAYTONA. FLA.
Car D. Laadia Bert PFla
LANDIS & FISH
Attornevs at Law
PrMoticn la aU Bae aml reFerI
Cours. tCvtl ort al t m tMh li-
en careful atteoaism. Huirl ane fl
for inretsareis a btg Utlts.

TITLES INSURED
Voluia Count Abetract. lavetmea
and Title lamsaee Coampy.
Abtraets furaise amn ttlefrsefL-
ed. Mai. Pilata amd Ita Pitet in -
naB Bwa i .Pm; Care D. l
and Treas Opite Volucs 0a
B ak, eLnd. Fk

D. D. & C. M. ROGERS
Civil Engineers


s DAYTONA and
oices MIAMI, FLA.


Daytona Office FA~hs ed 1875

Daytona Private los-
pital and Sanitarium
w {acmity SmiarthesnMnrtrMtumt
and eems hofameea letl mes.
qietial anamdaw U tmeat umars
givenatota patt. ar r% m a-pp-
cauoa. No lu&BMILm .Dayteia.
Dr. A KLOCK
Phystelaa tn Chare.


DR. A. O'NEILL

OSTEOPATH
Anderson Building,
So. Beach Street.


S. H. GOVE
Architect BuiMer and
Contractor
Residence and oice, northeast cor-
ner Ridgewood and Volhaiave.
Phone 89. Daytea, Fla.


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iT TE SIM UK


C. A. Luce Tries the Loose Rope
Act With His Automobile.

Recmlecd No Injury.
Saturday morning about nine
o'clock C. A. Luce, of Magnolia
avenue, met % ith an accident at the
west end of :*le South Bridge from
which he escaped without bodily
injury, although some damage re-
sulted to his automobile.
The bridge had been temporarily
closed for some necessary repairs
and as usual a rope was 4tret,-hed
from one side rail to the other at
tha entrance to the bridge. Not
knowing this, however, Mr. Luce
came south on Beach street at a
pretty good pace and turned the
corner at the City Hall without
checking up. Just a he made the
turn some parties who knew of the
obstruction of the bridge called to
him in warning, thinking to save
him from a collision, but probably


only made the matter worse, for at-
tracted by their cries, Mr. Luce took
his vision for a moment from the
road ahead of him, losing all op-
portunity to stop in time and the
machine plunged into the ropes,
smashing the lamps of the auto and
doing some injury to the top while
one of the posts to which the ropes
were fastened was flung up against
the car narrowly missing Mr. Luce.
This is a bad corner, the city
buildings obstructing the v\ew sf
the approach to the bridge from the
north and hiding Beach street north
of the City Hall from the foot of the
bridge, and automobile drivers
should realize this and slow down
when approaching the bridge
from the north or in turning noitl
on Beach street when leaving the
bridge. Instead, many of the
drivers take this corner without any
slackening of speed, endangering
both themselves and others by so
doing.

W. i s HNEI WILL ERET


NEW BUSINESS BUILDI


M. B. Church Will Occupy Ground
Floor Fot a Drug Store


The Modern muE. sbt F One of tA
he wModern O mwutrtlon Is Just as Honr A higha y respectable gentleman ar- D
Malnutrition. rived at York one evening within It:.! m
Seven W onders It s an acknowledged act that a gage and died well, went o of the happy home. of to-. is a*
) 2 most every soul of us eats too much. early, rose in good time and had fundofinformation atthe beaatm
The digestive organs are constantly substantial breakfast. After ti.; of information as to the be ie
Dytm lnc arable Oe ocan eah. overtrained and finally weakened-l e casually asked the landlord if there of promoting health and happime a a
One of Daytona s crowning glories is When wisely followed, the practice of was anything of special interest in right living and knowledge of the wMdd
her incomparable beach. No one who fasting can be most benefiell. An ex- York. "The assizes are on, but I t1, best products.
everset foot upon its sm h, packed pert on the food question has id that not know f there s anything part Prod s o actual ex ene d
sands;t no one who ever pal ed a bi- one should rise from the table with larly Interesting in the list," was the reasonable claims truthfuly presented
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever the feeling of hunger, which Is an ex- r on r th and which e atte to wo wid
drove a prancing pair of horses and list- perce known to very few of us. "Thanks," drawled. the stranger and which have attained to world-wide"
rove a pracingpasirof horsandlt e oI'l look in If I hapln tl pass th acceptance through the approval of the a
ended to the popping of their steel shoe On the contrary, the ajoity of e court and see. Wll-Informd of th World; not of i-
pi ded lookvetanbherrdithfaleweeof Well- Informed of the World;nt Ofindi-lt^
k p of aiclue s pie leave the board with a sense of H oe did looke in and he.rd a fe"iiow
upon its sphaltum-like face; no oaurden which only an hour's siesta i o Di Trn i the dk. c vid only, but of the many who have
who ever steered a high-power automo ea alleviate. This Is not so mueh of Dick Trn he d-. h the happy faculty of selecting and obtain-
bile down the broad stretch of wave- owing to the fact that the food Is an- c vehemel t a stlid j in the best the world affords.
washed and surf-packed sand but real- commonly rich, for the rule of the Innod jene veh, wth irm f a ~ did jOne of the products of that lass, of
ised that it is a world-beater, a world- simple life obtains now in the fash- anot uoor as it, the r placed m ,uch re knofn component pats, an Ethical
wonder. Go stand upon this wide' lonable cuisine, but It Is the quantity Ethical
wonder. Go stand upon this widei ionable cuisine but It the uantlty tdeuce In the prisoner's profession of remedy, approved by physicians and com-
peedway and see the happy souls flit taken. There is a lare -ommun nnoence. Sudenly te by the e-infoe f te
byin joyous mood, and answer whether the present moment which fasts from innocence. suddenly thth e n rihuh mended by the Well-Informed of the 1
this is not one of the seen s a question if it s wie to leave the strolled in from the hotel o- a well-known Syrup of igs
wonders.ostylaxAtive is the well-known Syrup of Fgs
wonders. stomach entirely without food during "ere, thank God, s some w and Elixir of Senna. To get its beneficial
Where think you is watller with re all those hours, but there is no ques- can prove my tnunceve:' crled t1h': effects always buy the genuine, nmau-
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a tioei ttter will iter thhe lunch takehe prisoner, pointing to the strau.ger, w : fractured by the California Fig Syrup Co.,
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta- Individual. By a "ll of th s aghast at bec ng the ce r only, and for sale by all leading drugists.
tion, artistic cottages with roomy vt- instance Is meant what most people He seemed astonished and shook his --- -
randa's looking out upon her bosom. would not call a lunch at all-that I Notice
gamevyfood fishes in countle..s numbers t" say- a few crackers with cheese "Ohead. Notice." cried the ccu : "ju ien
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod (a nuch !! l!g a rtFle of die think; ou were at Ivr ,, t h:,. t i thsday iled in the ofi o
and reel; her bosm fleked with duck way from here. You caie out of t t la' lt.; rk of the ctircult court of Volusla
and cooc; hr toso with dryi toast. Suc Ship hotel, and I took your Wlug;: 1 .l" Idaorl.a. am proposed charter anut
feaab st,.f prevents the c-raving for food l IS 0." 1 ii lcurpormiiii. a corporation not
and coot and snowy-winged s a birds, fs lrerents the craving for food In a wheelbarrow to the (C'.als pIartIl ic prt.c t,t to I,- it'corporntet Unier the
which sit about as if for the sportof nd i 1 n o way taxes the digestive or- at the pier. That was the day I ~rt ~ u t itt.vi rthl.-lk's clul; thai th
ns.I a ct,'."-t cuit.irl eorpormtioo shall IN- to. t*o-
bobbing upon her waves; watch that guns. Overnutriton Is Just as arm suppose to have committ'cd th .cr!.. It- trtulu for -amln ri e ar andt the-
ethv on t;r..'oltl for -AwSal, chadtanw'm and tw-
lubberly old white headed pa lican paimh ful as malnutrition and Is far more up here." it.r.- titi ptmt-s -es. ttwndvan 1eent aof tr'
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk st i g- frequently the cause of maladies. The stranger seemed bewildered :,ti.- siatutions. Anit the undlerslgrMid as
Tihe-tnrehsreteredtt-urN mtcAnd to apply to the
gling upward with his floundering load With judidcous fasting the system re- The judge, struck with the ttrgi- car- it vIrt ic Minor ,t Junet. Jla to the
he snatched front the water. covers its lost tone, and mental wor- aestnesa of the prisoner., uestlouet s'.-,thl Juei-il ircuit of loruida oat the
See the beautiful laurehez.: pick and er would find that the brain worked the tr~ager, but the latter could n.t t.lday of May. A. It. o. for an order sn-
See the beautiful launtlches spick arnd te s er. --orarat iitI :thi, Iheir arc.'aotates and sue-
span, their ha r d lockers buli with surrisn lghtnes for the brau ssist him much, ..-.or. :s a itlv ipoitic, incorporated not
span their hampers one of the chief sufferers from over- ",Have you any noltbooks." asked for prol,-ii. utntrthrb. corporate nanme of the
ehot iu. -Nw York Americana y. I E lkhs with refreshments both solid an I liquid eatlg.-New York American. the judge-'an memorandum of youIr i.;rt.r i .\rtics of luora tio now
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful t. e.,,-enm on th antd" t it ie we it heuno
e Takeout our field gl tend Under Certain Conth it I Pro tht ayn." Ir' hit lrr, W hi rato
surface Takeout your field glass and Under Certain Conditions It Is Pra- Iovel t ot nl ,vitn.er.u Wh.ro.. We h. he-rtt unto
-lam a t mercha-nt."" r,,t-til| the strun~- 1. -A t--!air tiat-l2 ~- tiwt ", mei.,t|trd dav uf ,urit.


sweep the river from Ormond bridge to tically Irresistible.
Ponce Park light house, then say When a man goes in swimming at
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of the seashore and slaps the water forci-
beauty and a joy forever, and one of bly with his hand or takes a back dive
the modern wonders. from a ller and latds squarely on his
The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridgewood. i back he realizes that the unstable
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of liquid offers not a little resistance.
a broad ridge, straight as the crow Ilies, i et, says a writer in the New York
and the widspreading branes of Tribune, it would surprise almost any-
heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their body to see what water will do under
certain coudltiou.
giant arms across this magnificent vista, A stream from a fireman's hose will
forming an arch, and from these extend- knock a man down. The jet from a
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss nozzle used In placer mining in the
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas west eats away a large piece of land
fan them. IAoking straight ahead down In a day, toys with great boulders as
this white shell street one has the im- if they were pebbles and would shoot
pression of a airy path with cfi.-l dra-! a man over the country as though he
pressionof were a projectile from a cannon.
series, but as you mov,' along and ca.t ere a projectile from a canon.
ie, but you td t There is a story of an eastern black-
an eye first to the right and thlen to tht it who went west and made a bet
left you see distinguished cottage hounnts that he would knock a hole through
in the most delightful settings. the jet of one of tlhWs noZzles with a
Surpassing Beauty ot Our Cottage Haoms. sledge hamtuer. He lifted Iai arms,
No one of Daytona s attractions, per- swung the sledge and came down on
haps commands more nearly universal the ten Inch stream with a force that
attention and praise than does the artis- would have dented an anvil. But the
tiecottage. The owners of these charm- jet, never penetrated, whisked the
;mUassive hammer out of the black-
ing villas hail from every corner of the mi'e hanmdsm ad tossed t several
country and they bring their own archi- hundred feet away into the debris of
tectural plans and build upon themn.and gold bearing gravel beneath a crum-
as the architecture of one section of the, bliug cliff. After this the blacksmith
country differs from the architecture of left out Iron when he spoke of hard
another so do our homes differ in out- substances.
..... I'hrei is also a nower dlant near


ger. "connected with an old establlsberi ~ '":'.
firm of bankers in London, I travel a t, BI.\NNXN
lot and of course enter everything in -". .MIT'i.
F. .1. NIV I!,
my books. Here are my keys if the v. I*'.PR Im.
court cares to send to my lottel and I. : %i k ':,
bring here the books out of my case. ('r1KI ;.;l',I';al:Ty.
I can easily settle the point."
The books were fetched. The gert!e- F
man had been In Dover that day aui' inal Decree.
had left by the Calais Iaelket. This .1 u t'lricuit court of the t .tn th
.l ucitl'iz, i'rc-ult of the rttatte ol
was sufficient for the judge and jury. Florida, ini ant for Volusia
The prisoner was acquitted. .ou ,u1.1 A t ..I ."I'Y ,
Comic sequel: Both the "hanker from vLt l.
i .MIIRRttAY IAr|m'F- y
London" and the hlghwayiuan were A.lplicl.titoi for Fr',. l-aler's .le tse.
placed In the same dock shortly after- Finial i-cre,--.
ward charged with during lhurglaries Tl.- rta'xurt of thI' lnastt'-r with the testi-
lttimony :;tit(m nu.-t.t.r's. o>inlo Iupon the uat-
In the neighborhood.-I artry Furniss t*.r t-ft-rrt-ril, having hIi n lted, and the ease
In London Standard. I1t9,'l lt!--'.r. tutd iky tcolUSIl otI the part
SLondon Standard. it th uppi-ult alld tl coutra counsel for
Ignorant. but Careful. lpPit t:lt's hit usantlm andu th-e courtt Iiung
fLully n: visc'd iln thb" prelmis.-, doms Inud that
"Ignorance nearly always makes lits ;pplic;ant, Lor'sKE A. Lot:Uev, .has the
fools of us," said a lt-turer. "I re- 1ti'htry ai llqu itirtlois Ire.- ullto e to take
ro o aarlrnof : maidnmn.i:a,.c h.-r own estrte aud
member a man, ignorant of etiquette., rro,'rty lti tou ,It-onat- ai fre dealer In
who once sat beside me at at a illr ".vti r..- Urdr l. that
It hi ti,-5r,-trf lrtl;-rect that the' nlister'.
(1nnaeI. I notteed that this lUiiti, ais r',-lrt i'. aiilti tlhe sutn l s Ihereby conulrmued
thlit the' ,tikl Iluis.: A. [ML:x(Ey Is hereby,
soon as he was seated, took Iup Ione It'.ll'Sd t. t:akc.har, of turl control he-r
by one the knives at the right of hls U st: .-i ot rt.-atii d prl isonal., to contract
plate and bgan to trv their ,, "'111 1* cO-ltrtt-d Witih, to sU iand ltie sued
plate and began to try their edg. oII !:,,,1I ta Iind hd.r.-if a i all rrspelts as fully
his thumb. A waiter iehltd him d: i i h. w,'.rt ultniarrij.d, subject however
ft. th r P,"^"'i.o ll. of M--tiolt tri of the
leaned forward and salti i a hurt t; ;.i'1l..-lrtatius of Florida that she the-
tone: .141. >-olsv<.y or ttortgag- or otherwise
Sl-liir eor ct--IIe'Utlll~e-r rr real -.state only in
'The knives are all sharp, sIr.' .--. hr htsitnd jojn in suh sale. couivy-
"'The point Is,' said lni l nelililhor. ;imin'. or uiiiirtgiman-e.
I lc,i.. zanad or -teie-d :it et'lhnlr~,.l r at Titus-
'I'm looking for a blunt one. LIst ti!1-. lrida. t& :t daea of Apri. A. Itu
time I attended a banquet here I cut MI'If)R S. JONES.
my mouth.'" J autlge -v-rnth c'rcuit.


NOW that the*"=,:
shdkU? T (
stock ad the efine*@4
your iet order.
**eslk see.*ek


ust as


:hey Grow


4OvwEs0uLum


FRUITS Rght off the Trees


VEGETABLES Fresh from .t a


FISH Wriggling from the Water.


EP.T CANNED IN THE WORLD,
58 VARIETIES IN TIN AND L


L. 0. LYMAN.


SM. ELLA DE VOY CO.

LADIES' HA II'ERS
Correct in Styles. OPEN ALL THE YE
SNo 6 South Bac-h Street, Daytona.
snlkkk aaaa As asas A kA A sAs Anaa a a A ak


A. D. ncaRI DE J. B. CONRAD
PresMeat Vice-Pres.

MERCHANTS
RANCHH I(OF VOLUSIA I'OU'NT
Capital Stock...............................
Surplus and Profits ...... .......
Four per cent interest paid on Savings a(
tificates of Deposit. No notic-e require

Safe Deposit Boxes F
Ashob'AMLAdak AIMm
NwyVyW^vW~v\!yi ^P


lm 0q


When Completed. ward appearance ana structural eauvy ... --.. .... .... "- L
When Completedfro one another. There are no nt- Drango. Colo., where a United States An Obent Tier. Phillip E. Robiason. Arohiteet- L
.r o ., .. cavalryman one day thought he bad i
W. H Gardiner, proprietor of the nous rows of strikingly similar buildings an jo in cutting a two inHow entire," remarks the Londn National Bid'
aneasyjot)In-utting a two Inch oi. n LO
art store, is preparing to erect a but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated stream with his sword. He made a Gloe s te coidee he tvena LOCAL
atr uildig on the lot which he to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps valiant attack. The result was that East Indian in the government may be in or
aed nime s o .1 the mind wondering "What next?" his sword was shivered in two and gathered from the following ane le-dte. I -Bupn alow s.
pu&te time e ofl. which co frm : tPatio Houses,
uhafner, fiew doors north o Streets and Pavements the Most and Best. his wrist broken. which comes from I-tlhore: A t;:.er Tropical Gar
haffner, a few krr north of tA little thinner Jet of water descend- had escaped from the zu,)logi-cal -air- densu
hy the Arcitct f the nivret t meuttor at dens, and Its keeper. hropling teo lure It Boston.
business place oil Beach street. chose to give to Daytona the m ost eet to a manufactory at
ess areoil e t choseto give to Daytona the most d- role Sbackfollowed it. When all other in- Savannah. .
-.a i i o g gr t o ict re ue nG renoble, Spain, and traveling at the
Mr. Gardiner is now engaged in mirable, the most picturesque natural moderate seed of 1(0 yards a second ducemental had failed, he lifted up his f Tm .
getting the plans for the building in setting of all the cities of the South is fractures the best blades of Toledo. okce and- solemnly adjured It in the Q
shape ad hopes to be ready to not revealed but that such is a fact Of course some people will not be- name of the British government, to -
begin wr noext week. 'h b must be apparent to the most superficial lieve such stories without having seen which It belonged, to come back to its LOW TIDES on the BEACH
begin work next week. e bil-observer. With such lavish wealth of the thing, and one may think it a proof cage. The tiger, It is needless to add. -
ing is to be of brick, the second natural beauty it became an easy thing of the scientific Imagination to say obeed at once." Dao MAY JUNE JULY O
floor to be arranged for offices alnd for the hand of man to give the little that an Inch thick sheet of water, pro- "Every disease almost has its pecui .onth
vided it had sufficient velocity, would far odor,"ai a di.K-bbr. -rs od" _r I 10:45 1122 ...11:31 V
the ground floor to be occupied as 1a finishing touches which have brought -idd it had sumb lent velocity, would ar odor," said a dt-tno.s. "', I : 2 i ..
ward off bombshells as well as steel helps us greatly in dla s. ... ... 11:27 12:03......1:1...
drugstore by M. B. Church, at out the colors and outlines of the big plate "Gout mart to the skin s ... 3... .2:05.... ... 12:44..... 1.03..
rsnt with M lankin. picture. Nevertheless many persons while precisely like whey. Ii:taetes c.tuscs ... 4... .12:40... ... 1:23... ... 1.50... undays.
present with W.iiehh. J;M.it:tiac- e *-- --115-: 05.2:39... luandavns.
Mpan did all this in tile laying out of traveling have seen a brakeman put a a sweet, hoey-lke s nll s.ll. Jau:ndie ,- ... 5 115 ..... 1:1- .205..: .... 2:39... tMonda ,
This is an excellent location, the the street-, with their widet- mnargins of small hydraulic jack under one end easions a smell of musk. Smallpox 6...... 1:4S...... 2:50...... 3:21...
building will he modern in all re- package, the entire city lbeconmes a of a Pullman car and lift twenty tons has a very strong and hid-us smell. --... .. 2:23..... 3:37 ...... 4:22...
pect and should make a splendid grt par or so by a few leisurely strokes of the It is like burning eass ha ..S... 3:03 ...... 4:31...... 5:19... Leave Eas
stand for the purlseS intended. And as for klalnts, pavellnets putil handle, and the experience of a smell as of fresh p,lu,-kcd feath.rs. 9 ......-- 3:4... ... 5:32...... 6:20... Palatka
stand for the purposes inktenlded. Ad as for pavements, Iav^ "The fevers haive the iiwst l s a t that ahtk and act like granite-wher riding every day i a hydraulic ele- t he fevers have the mos, t dti. .- ..t.1 ...:... ... :47... :33... 8 am
Mr Churh is a thoroughly con vator tends to remove doubts of the tre odors. The l r of t s I ... :52...... : 9:39... 6 15am
dr u else between the eastern and western m agic power possessed by water hitch ammoniacal; that o(f nttermittent i- ...13.... .. :02........9:57...10:40... 9 :3 am
t.rt druggist and is well known and seas are so anny miles in proportion to ed to a machine. like fresh brown laread hat from Ith ...14...... 9:12......0 ......36.. pm
popular in the city. The building inhabitant. ill some unheard-of Smyrna Figs. oven; that of typhus Is nuttv. re-.nlt ... ......10:1......1:02... ...11:47.. 5 5S pm
is to be ready for occupancy by place reports more ani better, laytona Smyrna figs ripen by the beginning Ing to the mind .ld. d:nt .i c.llars: tha ...It... ...11:13 .... ..11:52 ......12:l22... 6 35 pm
October first or earlier and will be a throws down the gauntlet to the world, of August. They are not picked, but of yellow fever Ls like tile :m sh :t- ...17...12:0. ...140...... 1:11...
Octoberr first or earlier and will be a of a dirty gun tbarrel. ...l .....12:5.5... ... 1::9 ...... 1:5...
Squirrels. Flowers. Words and Fruits. when they reach a certain maturity ... 1.. 1:13... :14... :3...
handsome addition to the lbuseiles whatever one's shortcomings anid they begin to dry., and consequently "So. y.u see. t, s.l.ae:k ff a d-t.,r .. 2:..: 3:21:... Leave
scentn. cur diase i-: mt t,, lis.t-:I .3....Palatka
houses of the city as well as closing however indifferent or eve callous one they drop on the ground. In the morn- ;enti _n ur i1 i. t t s ... 3:15... 3:45...... 400...
another gap in the Beach street may be to many things, tthe mere 1men- lug everybody on the plantations goes mere i. ... 1:0f t...-.... 4:32...... 4:41.. m
rontae tion of squirrelss and flowers, birs anmd around with buckets gathering the I ...L .... 41:50... ... 5:20.. :24... 20 pm
frontage. units" will send a tlrill that is rlltcfl ruit, which they carry to a certain iDON'T WAIT. ... .. -6:11.. ... 6:09... No
fruits" will send a thrill that. is reflected place where the ground Is covered -........ :33... .. 7:02... ... 7:03... No. 57
Captured Sea Bird. in distended pupils and pricked ears. with dry leaves and straw (sergei, 2 ..... 7 2...... :57...... 8:0... Daily
..r eve.ry visitor it..are ...... :5 9 02... lo pm'
For every visitor with a spare -and on which they spread the fruit. Take Advantage of Datona Citizen's ... ...... 7 5o pm
Sunday afternoon while Mr. ;an l r'r" there is a bunny ready to come out exposing It to the sun. allowing It to Take Advantage of Daytona C itize
Mrs. F. M. and Mr. and Mrs. ,. 11. and accept your gift. lie will sit bolt remain there from two to three days. Experience Before It's Too Late. .........10:42... :27......11:19... a 10
Rowe were, enjoying an automnobilh upright amd gnawi into the meat. ctsin It takes about three days to dry the When the ,uk h.-in. :t-... ....... ..... ................ ... I1:... So11:56
i furtive, saucy glances at you menwhiile. fig if north winds prevail, as the at- lot wn te 'e s- ai pm
ride on the ocean beach with 1. Flow Usually fresh and blomning moshere is then very dry. If. how. o t wat u t Foreton and afternoon t are ap- 15 pm
Collins, they found, just this side of the year 'round. In one yard ros of ever, westerly winds are blowing '**Oles ehrni.: proximately at the same hour. Auto 430pm
-t"hTilyearro 'rkio nyd.rIl,,eh.. rssv,-t,,i, mohih-s van Ibe driven on the beach two
Port Orange, a large hirdl, evidently I variagated hues predominate, aottther hours after high tide and within two o
S, a fr ti- itd fruit must remain exposed to the sun Till urinatry tr-,iiil.h-s -I,..-ir\ mgilzhi- hours of Iighi tild. ""- -'
a sea fowl, that was either sick or has a penchant for the ptirlscttt and frou five to seven days. This is a reat: urs igJe
had been injured. the premises are athine:; another i.s hid- dangerous period, as rain or even a Profit by a lDaona .-tize,.- .:l,.ri ---- o ..I,
The bird which prv den in a jungle of tall cane. shower might ruin hundreds of tons of ence. Wi col
The bird, wifch roThe birds flit in, and with their jyvyus fruit lying on the ground. Heavy dews Mrs. C. H. PelliciDr. ,,lusi: A,.. i, t ll aol D. RKAl
gannet, still had life enougll to plut notes help to give fullness and symn.e- sometimes are Just as detrimental., ts, F., as "I ava' r:tl i -I-
r tona, Fla., sayvs: "I hiavt ween -r,-3t S r
up a tight for liberty, but they cap- try to the picture. The proper atmiospherlc conditions to netitel r Dan. lKihl,-1y 'ila nle :
turned it by throwing a blanket over As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, Day- Insure a crop tf large, sound. rkh figs n sit;e ta lllh. I
traetd ricdsngin Jg alllir h t i hr aire west wnds In Je and Julyo y so lily. I ha
it and bringing bird hom n is the a to noe for ul ity owed by north winds in August, and dull backache. pains acri ? Iei,' PA INTai,
turned it loose in thei uarsh noitl (f and quantity peracre. There art scores from then on an occasional west wind Oc;-ul not et U, tat ight, iP :n.A IN t
of citrus groves in proximity to the city, fe six ays. t all
the steam laundry,.wlh1re itdi1;^e every five or six days. wold getUlfall W-1-11 r%% ih1 btlil-
the steam laundry, whr it died ihe branches bending to the earth with their evr tie strength. To say that I k% lIll mis .
the following day. burdens of luscious golden globes. Luck In Horho.able,feebly ,re'e m- a i. i, Carter's W white Lead
The gannet is :a very handsome The Fastest Autos And The Finest Out. T'he superstition about luck in horse- fact. 1 was 8o ,ahd at time. that I -,lead
hes dtcs bak to far fr record, t so ad il l 1
sea bird, allied to the Ijlit-an. '1hias Here is where world's records for .speed t hlt dait s na to far for record t hardly get around tol atut.dl tin, :Lo.
but it *%:is nUt always confined to the
one was pure while, with tihe excel- are broken with every recurring se-ason. h rseshoe. Any piece of iron found in htusehold dItit. -A s -i hl,,r, wit,, had Sherwin=Williams
i ot w s ht tr u t ir sh wAn ceountInol l i
tion of the wings, i1n whinth there Autos the biggest, the f:Lstest rand the uones path was accounted a sign of used iIoan' Kidney Pills ir. lik.- troti, .
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11 S6 anu I.v..Et at lalatk ,v 5 06 pm 6 08 am
t :3 pm Lv-.... Ormond .... Lv : 26 pm 4 28ami
1 41 pmi Lv.....Daytona ....Lv 3 14 pm! 4 15 am!
2 30 prm Lv .New vrna .l.v 2 1 pm! 3 40 am
3 : JI I.j v .Titue.vllk... v 1 2: pm' 2 27 am
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4 2 pm Lv... -R 4 -)7 pm I.v ....Eaur alliede lv 12 i l pm I 1 am
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6 56 pm : !li 11l0 10 06 am L.v Atla!atiei Bka-h.Lv ai:ia U a7 m53 anli 33 am 5 13 pa
7 10) :t '3Ifimt1 1.itItar ..... Matvprr .... 1.v 5t1in I-, to am111 21 am 510 p
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TIME TAULES how t he Sn at which trains may be expectedto arriv at and departfrom 40
dam. but their arrival or departure at the ijaes .nated 4 not gurme"nd ort is th" Coampa
rpoailAe for any delay or any consequence &rising therefrom."
OF THE LOCAL TIME CARD O O HER I NFORMAlION "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
INER.Geacral Passeager Agent ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA


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