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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: May 22, 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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IN ADDITION TO OUR FULl..
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Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases, Telescopes, Tourist Straps, Trunk Straps,
Shawl Straps, Name Tags, etc., just received, we have a complete
assortment f Matting-covered Suit Cases and Telescopes. Also a
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to'desorate your homes. You don't have to buy
$2.oo worth at one time. Ask for coupons.
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WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING
getting a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Tloof, a Hot Air Furnace,
or any of the other metal necessities required to complete a modern
dwelling, remember that

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S are beet prepared to give prompt and reliable service at fair prices.
- General repair shop on Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory.
: Phone 58. "Out of town work solicited.
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Joyce & Co., remaining as its senior The prisoner, a colored youth tl
member until 1881. Then the firm about twenty years of age, had o
was the largest of its kind in central earlier in the day offered a practic- tl
Bio. It was continued after his ally new bicycle for $5.00 to H. n
%tirement under the present name Eugene Johnson, who conducts a b
of'Green, Joyce & Co. bicycle store at the west end of the S
"For many years he lived in a Central Bridge. Mr. Johnson was p
fine home on the present site of the suspicious of the fellow and so made ii
Carnegie library, at the east termi- an appointment with him for the af- fi
nous of State street. He gave some ternoon and in the meantime notified t
attention to the real estate business Marshal John Myers who telephoned
following his retirement from the! to DeLand and learned the negro g
merchandising firm, but gradually had stolen the wheel s
relinquished his hold upon this. At Mr. Johnson gave the boyan un- a
his death his only holdings in the signed check which he said he would
city were in real estate, some of cash in the afternoon. Mr. Johnson t
which were very valuable, ihad gone to the railro d station o
"During his active life he was in- when the fellow returned, but Mrs. f
strumental to no small degree in en- Johnson phoned there for him and t
couraging the upbuilding of the as he had left, Charles Nusbaum no- a
city and the development of many tified Marshal Myers and he and ]
portions of the present residence Mr. Johnson arrived on North Beach i
districts. For a time his interests street at the same time. t
in the down-town business section The marshal arrested the fellow u
were very large. in front of H. Alexander's store on
"Mr. Miller was one of the organ- North Beach street and walked him
izers and the first president of the down the street, both of them push- t
Scioto Valley, now the Norfolk and ing their wheels. When opposite
Western railroad. He was one of the narrow passage way between the
the organizers and builders of the Atwood Block and the M. Ella De- ,
Columbus and Cincinnati Midland Voy & Co. millinery store the pris-
railway and remained a director oner dropped the wheel and darted
until 1906. He was equally promi- into this passage way in an effort 1
nent in financial circles and during to escape.
his connection with the Commercial Marshal Myers fired three shots
National Bank, covering in all a'at him hoping to scare him to stop
quarter of a century, he served at' but he kept on running, crossed Vo-
different times as president, vice lusia avenue and W. W. Carter's
president and director. lot in C. G. Burgoyne's grounds
"Politics engaged little of his where he was captured by a colored
time or interest and he was never man who was mowing the grass.
Prominent after his service abroad, Marshal Myers and Dr. W. A.
save during the campaign of 1884, Gove who had secured a gun at
when he was a member of the Re- Hankins' drug store and joined in
publican state executive committee. the pursuit, ran around by way of
This was at the urgent request of Palmetto avenue to head off the
James G. Blaine, who was a cousin negro and entering Mr. Bur-
,of Mrs. Miller. He was a Republi- goynes place by the automobile
can of the Blaine type. gate way took charge of him and
"Throughout his local business the marshal lodged him safely in
t career Mr. Miller was regarded as a the lockup until the following day
man of great natural ability, a when he was taken to New Smyrna
f d aand turned over to Sheriff E. L.
model of honor and integrity and an and turned over to Sheriff E. L.
aggressive, enterprising business Smith.
manager, with force and determina- The bo gave his name as John
tion peculiarly developed. His Krittles and said he was from P-
tion pecuharly developed. latka or Jacksonville.
record of unbroken success in allatka or Jacksonville.
his business ventures attests this.
"Following his retirement in: Married at Port Orange.


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tensively through Europe and tour-
ing Cuba and Mexico on his return.
Of these countries he wrote exten-
sively for the local press, and his
letters dealing with the political,
social and busine-s conditions as he


Grover Cleveland GOinner, of
this city, and Miss Minnie Guilder
Tedder, if Port Orange, were united
in marriage Saturday evening at the
home of the bride's parents in that
village, Judge L. H. Karn perform-
sum the ceremony.


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IE I marine corps, died Dec. 13, ,19 in
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R Ita are Ira Harris Miller and Theron B. t aa
Was Eminently Successful In Miller. The former lived in Florida A Number of Acres Plante
Business and ed several years; the latter is a local Vcinity Are No
Business and Was Loved tny This Vicinity Are N0
By All. "Mr. Miller was prominent in Ma- Fruiting Nicely.
Speaking of the late T. Ewing Lonry, a member of the Columbus A visit to several of the farn
Miller who died in Daytona recently, club, the Middle Bass club and the western part of the city ea
the Ohio State Journal says: the Halifax River Yacht club, of the week was a surprise ii
'He was born in Mt. Vernon June Florida-" transformation which had
19, 1829, the son of Judge Eli Col. Miller had-been a resident of wrought in a few weeks.
Miller, a pioneer merchant of that Florida for many years and num In most cases where the
city. He was educated in the public bered his friends by legion. He had stood the ground is now
schools and was graduated from was in comparatively good health ered with a magmficent grow
Kenyon college at an early age. and no thought of his immediate some other vegetable general
Before he attained his majority he decease was entertained until his matoes and in all cases the
established a merchandising busi- son. Ira, entered the room and found are looking well and promise"
ness in Mt. Vernon which proved to him dead. bring the growers more money
be a financial success. did the earlier crops.
"This business was continued A EXT ASE Dr. A. J. Wessman has pro
until 1856, when he was appointed the largest acreage in this im
United States consul to Bordeaux, [LAT fA AFTERNOON ate vicinity, four acres on S
France, by President Pierce, his avenue and another acre just 1
political activity having brought north. The vines look very t
him into state prominence. He re- When a Colored Boy Broke Away and are fruiting welL The ,
mained in the diplomatic service From the Marshal on the began shipping last week, g
until the early part of President off about 125 crates as the
Buchanan's term, when he resigned Way to Jail picking.
and returned to Ohio. Quite a little excitement was Charles F. Stickler, in the
"He removed to Columbus in created Friday afternoon of last mock further north and
1859 and shortly afterwardorganized week in the neighborhood of Volusia is also shipping, as also are I
the dry goods firm of J. and T. E. avenue and Beach street by the at- Spring, Mr. Brubacker and o
Miller. This business was discon- tempted escape of a prisoner from Mr. Stickler, who has the cre<
tinued after three years, and in the custody of the marshalwho was being one of the most succ
1867 he organized the wholesale escorting him down Beach street to shippers this season, has been
dry goods firm of Miller, Green, the City Jail. ing cucumbers and tomatoes


he same ground, but is now cutting
ut the encumber vines and giving
he tomatoes full sway. He has
marketed over 400 crates of cucedn-
ers at very satisfactory prices. Mr.
*tickler also has -some ground
wanted to okra and quite an extent
n peppers, which are looking very
ine indeed and just beginning to
o fruit. -. 4
Mr. Brubacher is another of the 4
growers who has done well this 4
eason and has still a good prospect i
head from his tomatoes, etc.
Leon Despland also has nearly
wo acres in tomatoes and one patch 1
of the Pondarosa variety is a beauti-
ul sight, so thrifty and uniform are
he plants, set full of fruit as smooth i
md handsome as could be desired. i
Mr. Despland's rhubarb or pie plant i
s thriving and waxing strong al-
though it is being drawn on contit- 4
ally to supply the demand on all i
sides for a taste of the fresh article
grown right here in Daytona, and
the reference to pie plant is a re-
minder of the fact that Mr. Des-
pland also has a fine poultry plant
adjoining the pie plant and has a
quantity of the filling for chicken
pies growing along side the vege-
table product, though thoroughly
separated by a good wire net fence.
He is justly proud of his several
flocks of young chickens, several
hundreds in number and principally
of the Bhode Island Red variety.
To return to vegetables, V. M.
Green has four acres of tomatoes at
Holly Hill that are finer, if possible,
than any in this vicinity, from
which he began shipping the fore-
part of this week.
Tomatoes are now bringing good
prices and it is claimed that the
fruit at this time will fill a gap be-
tween the South Florida and Georgia
crops of about four weeks and
should net the growers good money.


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Special Services.
Special revival services will be
held in the First Baptist Church at
Daytona, beginning Thursday even-
ing, May 23, at 7:30. and continuing i
each evening at the same hour. The
mission will be held by evangelist,
Rev. Ezra K. Shults, pastor of the _
Fort Myers Baptist Church.
Rev. Shults comes to us very
highly recommended. lie has done,
a great work as pastor of the Fort
Myers Baptist Church, more than *
doubling its membership and effi-i
ciency in the past two years. Dur-
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breeze, Daytona Beach, Or-

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Call Office Phone 128
Mills Transfer 77
Warehouse 60
Kerosene Oil Delivered by Tank Wagon.
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THE DAYTONASALb I iL-NEWS
SPUBTJSIRED EVERY SATURDAY
T. E. FITZ(ERALD, Editor


THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY
(INCORPORATED)

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

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SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1909


RIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL


SOCIETY MEETS IN DAYTONA.


The State Horticultural Society con-
vened at the Armory at 7:30 Tuesday
evening in its twenty-second annual
convention.
The meeting was called to order by
President Win. C. Richardson, of
^ Tampa. Rev. D. H. Rutter lead in
Sprayer, after which came the welcome
address by Mayor E W. Greene, which
|? was brief and to the point. Mr. Greene
I .said:
"Mr President, Ladies and Gentle-
men: It must be gratifying to the
members of the Florida State Horti-
cultural Society to see so many gathered
in attendance at this open meeting of
the twenty-second annual gathering of
the society. It shows a marked and
growing interest in horticulture through-
out the State.
"I do not intend to occupy much of
your time in a lengthy address of wel-
come, for I know your time can be
better spent in listening to the addresses
from more able speakers, bearing on the
subject. more directly connected with
the work of this association, but I want
in behalf of the citizens of Daytona to
extend to you, the visiting members and
^ friends, a cordial welcome and perfect
freedom of the city during these meet-
I ings, and after seeing the beauty and
advantages which this section can offer,
some of you may wish to cast your lot
with us. To such I would say that our
welcome extends indefinitely.
"I hope the committee who have
been intrusted with your comfort have
faithfully performed their duty, and
that your stay in our midst may be one
of pleasure as well as profit to us all.
"Again I repeat, you are welcome,
and the freedom of the city is yours."
Prof. H. Harold Hume responded as
follows: Mr. Mayor, Ladies and Gen-
tlemen: It has fallen to my lot, to reply
on behalf of the society to your cordial
welcome. We are glad to indeed to
have our meeting at Daytona-a city
unique among cities. Your honor, you
are to be congratulated on what you
have here-a modern city with well'
paved streets, good water, and what
S* strikes me most forcibly, the entirely
natural surroundings among which you
are situated. Nature has planted your


to twenty inches rainfall per month
during that year. Prof. Williams has
been engaged in some experiments at
Orlando and hopes to be able to apply
ditch irrigation such as is used in the
West, to Florida's sandy soils, looking
to a cheaper method than any now in
use here.
The morning session closed with a
paper on Tropical Fruits by E. N. Rea-
soner, of Oneco.
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON
The report of the committee visiting
California was deferred for a fuller at-
tendance and Methods of Packing and
Shipping Citrus Fruits was taken up
and papers on the subject were read by
S C Warner, of Palatka, and II B.
Stevens, of DeLand, the latter paper
being by E H. Mote, of Ocala.
W. S. Hart, of the California Corn
mittee, then gave a description of the
California trip. He said the notice was
so short that he was totally unprepared
to make a regular report but gave
many interesting features of the visit
and dwelt on the cordial reception ex-
tended the committee. Mr. Hart was
followed by Thomas B. Quinby, special
agent for Chase & Company. Jackson-
ville. who was a member of the Califor-
nia party. He spoke at some length
and very interestingly of the California
methods of shipping and this report
should be read by all interested in the
matter.
At four o'clock the ladies of the so-
ciety withdrew to attend a reception
tendered them hy the ladies of Lthe Pal-
metto Club.
A paper by J. C. Chase on Effictts to
Secure Better Shipping Facilities and
Rates was read by Mr. Quinby This
paper which showed clearly the discrim-
ination against Florida shippers by the
railroads, was one of the most import-
ant and interesting of all contributed.
At the afternoon sei,-on the commit-
tees on Final Resolutions, Legislative
Resolutions and Necrology were ap-
pointed.
WEDNESDAY EVENING,
Modern Methods of Packing Oranges,
was the title of an able address by Prof.
L. S. Tenney, of Washington,D. C. This
address was illustrated with stereopti


streets and yards, her hand has been at can pictures and was very interesting.
work for centuries in beautifying your This session also included an excellent
site, and you have been wise in your address on Economic Value of Birds to
good taste in not interfering with na the Farmer and Fruit Grower, by Prof.
ture's work. The result is unique, inter- M. F. Blackman, of Winter Park, as
testing and restful. I beg to assure you also an address by Prof B. F. Floyd, of
Mr. Mayor, that you will find the mem- Gainesville, on Yellow Spotting of Cit-
bers of this society in nowise backward rus leaves. There was a carefully pre-
in accepting your hospitality. We have pared paper on Insects and Diseases lby
won a livelihood from the soil and cli- E. S. Hubbard, of Federal Point.
mate of this State, always beset with THURSDAY MORNING
hard work and many vicissitudes, hence An excursion was made to New
you can readily agree that what you Smyrna by automobiles and aboard the
offer so freely will be accepted in like steamers Chernkee and Barracuda,
part transposing the parties from boats to
"We trust when we leave, you will be autos and vice versa on the return after
sorry for us to go, and glad that we have a dinner at thie O)cean House.
been with you." THURSDAY AFTERNOON.
The president's annual address fol- Thissesion wa taken up by te
lowed. election of tlces and reports of officers by t
Then came the introduction of the andecommit tees. Tl heer election resulted
question box, and the social hour, which as follows:
was much enjoyed, followed. The President-Prf. 11. arld e,
meeting then adjourned to 8:30 Wed- Glen St. Mary.
nesday morning. 1st Vice l'resildentL- C. Temple,
WEDNESDAY MAY 19, 8:30 A. M. Winter Park.
Address, What the Experiment Sta- 2d Vice Presidrnt-ll. B. Stevens,
tion Is Doing for the Fruit and Vege- DeLand.
table Growers, Prof. P. H. Rolfs, Gaines- 3rd Vice President-B. F. Chilton
ville, was the opening of the program New Smyrna.
at this -,ss'on, and was an excellent Treasurer-W. S. Hart, Hawks Park.
description of the various experiments Secretary-E O. Painter. Jacksonville
now under trial especially those in con- Executive (Conmnitte--Prof. P'. H.
nection with the fight against the white Rolfs, Gainesville; E. S. Hlubbard, Fed-
fly. Prof. Rolfs stated that while in- eral Point; (. L. Taber, (;len St. Mary.
terest in the work of the station was Orlando was unanimously selected as
quite generally on the increase, west the next place of meeting.
Florida was ahead of the central and THURSDAY EVENING.
southern part of the State in this re- The address, Hardy C(itrus Fruits, by
spect. Prof. W. T. Swingle, of Washington, D.
Next were two interesting papers on C., was very interesting and was also
Methods of Handling Citrus Groves, one illustrated with stereoptican views. A
by B. F. Chilton, of ,New Smyrna, the paper by H. S. Pennock, of Neptune,
other which was read by Secretary E. 0. was read by Sec'y Painter, and Prof H.
Painter by J. E. Kilgore, of Largo. H. lunie read a paper on Native and
generalal discussion followed. Other 1 rees for Shade.
Irrigation, A. H. Bourley, Leesburg: FRIDAY MORNING.
W. F_ iolhnes D)avtona: H. B. Stoeven Major WV. L. Floyd. Gainesville had a


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cess of his eucumlber crol on his farm Tuesday, and expects to do a good sea-
near Holly Hill. He has been shipping son's business.
the fruits of his vines for the past ten Mr. and Mrs. Nicholson returned Mon-
days or more. day from a visit to Geneva.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Buckner will close Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Howard, of the
their comfortable beach home this week White House, spent Saturday in Or-
and go north for the summer. They mond.
will spend most of their time with The east end of the Seaside Inn is to
friends and relatives at Indianapolis, be remodeled. A convenient waiting
-Ind., their former home. room to catch the outgoing busses and
A letter received by his wife from a new east entrance will add greatly to-
Philip Stuart, who went to Seattle on a the appearance of the Seabreeze avenue
prospectin.g tour, says he got work soon approach of this popular hostelry.
after reaching the city, hut that Seattle A delightful informal tea was given
is not the place e would select for a by Miss Ruth Coates last Friday after-
home after living on the East Coast of noon as a farewell to the Misses Keat-
Florida. ing, at her home on Seabreeze avenue.
Ti.e municipal election was heldlTuej- Tea was served on the front porch.
day and the following officers elected: Those present were the Misses Keating,
Mayor-F R. Swift. Spaulding. Fay Stewart, Lois Van Val.
ollectr-C. P. I.und. zah, Julia Kinston.and Messrs. Hadwin
r Collestr-. P. Lund. Courtney and Gibbins.
Treasu,--E. F. Britton. Mr. and Mrs J. B Wilcox. of Ocala,
'lerk and Assessor-C. A. Kenney. have- taken the Sell cottage on Ocean
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SEABREEZE, May 19-The com- DAYTONA BEACH, May 19-The
mencement exercises of the Seabreeze anniversary of the Epworth League, ob-
High School took place at Wilmans served Sunday evening, May 16th, was
opera house Monday evening, May 17, an impressive and enjoyable event in
in the t.resence of a large assembly of the history of the local League to the
school patrons and friends, and the pro- large congregation that filled the church. i
gram as published in last week's Ga- The League colors were beautifully rep-
zette-News was carried out in a way resented in an artistic decoration of red
highly creditable to the faculty and roses, lillies, carnations, magnolias and
high school class. The graduates, white oleanders. The League charter
Misses Tomlinson, Strothers and Swartz and Maltese cross, hung at the back of
had excellent essays, which were well pulpit, were brought into relief by" a
read. The orchestral music was un- graceful draping of red and white bunt-
ui ually fine, and thoroughly enjoyed by ing, and handsome boquets brightened
the audience. The quartette, "Sweet all available niches. The program was
and Low" and vocal solo by Mr. Stew- rendered as follows:
art, and the Misses Aman's "Suing Orchestra Selection.
Song," received hearty applause- Song-Assembly.
Supt. Potts presented the' diplomas Prayer-Rev. W. L. Barze.
with words of commendation and en- Song-School.
couragement to the young graduates Scripture Reading.
and Dean Robottom made a brief but Song-School.
splendid address full of wise counsel to Reading, The League as a New Church
the class as to how life's opportunities Movement--Miss M. Croman.
should-be used, which was enjoyed by Song, Beloved Star--Miss Lois Van-
all present. Prof. Wakefield in conclu- Valzah.
sion.'thanked the School trustees and Address, The Organization and
school patrons for their moral support Growth of the Epworth League-Rev.
and encouragement during the term Rutter.
The stage was beautifully decorated in Orchestra Selection.
the class colors, pink and green. The Reading. Young People to the Front
class flower, the beautiful oleander was --Miss Grace Smith.
largely used, and 'fair were the flowers Solo--H. F. Stewart.
and children, but their subtle suggestion Offertory--Orchestra.
was fairer." The faculty of the Sea- Duet--Misses Aman.
breeze Iligh School may now take their Work of League the Past Year-Miss
well earned vacation. Horn, the retiring president
James Ralph Wilcox, the artist of the Solo--Rev Barze.
Tomoka, and wife, who regularly spend Installation of office-s.
the winter and spring in their Seabreeze Words of Greeting and Brief Outlook
cottage, left Saturday for their country of Future Work-A. Vandevorde, the
home on the Tomoka. where Mr. Wileox newly elected president of the League.
will devote himself for several months Benediction.
to the study and reproduction of Nature At the morning service, the bacca-
in her most char ing moods. The out- laureate sermon was delivered by Rev.
come of his summer work will as usual, Barze. The church was handsomely
be enjoyed by a large circle of winter decorated in the class colors, pink and
visitors, green. The sermon was ah uplifting
The public school closed the most sue- and earnest address to the young
cessful term in our school history last people. A special musical program was
week. Prof. Wakelield is a line dis- enjoyed.
ciplinarian as well as teacher, and he The entertainment in honor of the
and his bright corps of teachers have graduates, given by Miss Grace Smith
the thanks and appreciation of the at her home on Peninsula Drive, Tues-
school patrons for thtir very efficient day evening of last week, was a
work during the past eight months, most delightful success to the partici-
Mrs. Alice F. Dobbins, of Altoona, pants. Tile parlor decorations were
was visiting her son,. )r Dobbins, and pink and green, the class colors, and
wife last week. Dr. Dobbins went home largely the class flower, the beautiful
the latter part of last week, but expects oleander, although many of Mrs. Smith's
to spend the month of July on the beach rare plants.were brought into requisi-
H. G. WiLion made a business trip to tion in beautifying the occasion. Novel
St. Augustine last week. games varied the social program and
Dr. A. F. Bigelow last week closed a dainty refreshments of ice cream and
deal with Mrs. A. W Powers for a beau- cake were served.
tiful river lot on North Halifax avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. K Banks returned
Mr. and Mrs. Farrell and daughter, from a motor ear trip in the interior Sat-
Missq Margaret and mother, Mrs. Me- urday afternoon. They leave for Shel
Gregor, who spent the winter on Halifax don, N. D., this week.
avenue, left yesterday for Pittsburg, Miss Sallie Holland will leave this
Pa., their home Mrs. Farrell, her week on a visit to friends in central
friends will be pleased to learn, is rap. Georgia.
idly recovering from the effects of an Mr. and Mrs. Pockington and daugh-
accident which resulted in a broken ter, Miss Frances, who have been visit-
shoulder bone. ing Mr. anul Mrs. Hardman at the Will-
Thos Keating is having his lot on the son home, left Tuesday evening for Stc
corner of Earl street and Grandview Augustine enroute north.
avenue cleared and graded. Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Esch, children and
R. D. Taylor and family have moved mother, Mrs. Wright, left early Mon-
from Daytona to their cottage on Grand day morning for a summer s ab-
view. Mr Taylor expects to build a sence at their home at Huron, Ohio
shop adjoining his home this summer, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Willson, having
and conduct part of his business from rented their winter home for the sum-
this place. maer, leave this week for their home at
Mrs. A. I). Williams, who has been a Binghampton, N. Y.
guest at the Mayfield since last Novemi- Mrs. A. Hibbard and daughter, Miss
ber, leaves next Monday for Washing- Maude, who have spent several months
ton, D. (' enroute to New York. Mrs at the Hliibhard apartment house, left
L. A. Thomas, Mrs. Rankin's sister, last week for New York.
leaves the same day for Monteagle, Mrs. E. C. Ilibbard has opened a
Tenn., for the summer, where she will dressmaking department in her millin-
occupy Mrs. hankin's mountain home. ery establishment on Seabreeze avenue.
11 C. Buckland and wife will spend Chat Odumn returned last Friday night
most of the summer visiting relatives from a boat trip up the Matanzas, where
and friends. They leave here tomorrow he had gone to help tow another boat
for I)eLteon Springs, from which point to its destination. Mr. Odum's return
they will make the St. Johns river trip was delayed so much longer than ex-
to Jacksonville, and trnomn Jacksonville pectred that hris family had grown quite
they go to, northeast P'ennsylvatinia, for uneasy about him.
an extended visit. Mrs. Cll.:ste Hlinks took formal pos-
It. M. Mallcry is making a great suc- session of the Daytona Beach Hotel


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IN FAIL N


John Milligan of South
wood Avenue Had a Bad
Fall Last Tuesday.
John iMilligan, of South Ridg-
wooid a-ivene fell from his bied-le i


uat
Mrs. Elizabeth P. Hasty Died
Her Home at Ponce Park .
Last Sunday Night-
Mrs. Elizabeth P. Hasty, on. of
the pioneer settlers of the Halifax
coast, died at her home at Ponce
Park last Sunday night of cancer,
which developed somewhat more
than a year ago.
Her physician. Dr. E. L. Stewart,
of this city, who was was with her
at the time of dissolution, says she
passed quietly away like a tired
child dropping off to sleep. Mrs.
Hasty has been in a critical condi-
tion for many weeks and Dr. Stew-
art, who has been her constant at-
tendant and became personally as
well as professionally interested in
her, says her final days were very
touching and pathetic.
Thursday of last week she keyed
herself up to a business conversation
with Judge Isaac A. Stewart, of De-
Land, who is her executor, and im-
mediately thereafter sank into a
lethergy from which she aroused
but once and then, Friday afternoon,
she called her faithful negro ser-
vants, Bill and Mary, to her bed
side and bid them farewell, telling
the former, who had been with her
for sixteen years, that she had pro-
vided for his future.
Mrs. Hasty had every comfort and
attention possible and for the past
two weeks Mis Gresham of this
city, a very efficient trained nurse,
was constantly with her. She was
73 years of age.
The funeral was held at her late
home at Ponce Park, Tuesday, the
remains being laid to, rest beside
those of her husband, Nathaniel
Hasty, who died March .*)th, 1W1(7.
Mrs. Hasty, who came to this sec-
tion with her husband in 1870t, or
followed him here a short time
thereafter, was a woman of strong
personality and thorough education,
having at one time been a teacher
in the schools cf Boston. Imagine
the fortitude and strength of charac-
ter required for a woman of her
talent and refinement to abandon
civilization and make her home in
this country forty years ago, when
it was little more than a wilderness
and communication with the outside
world irregular and uncertain Yet
she bravely made te sacrifice, and
has had the satisfaction of seeing
the country about her exploited and
developed to its present stage.

Adolphus Done Brown.
Aholphus Brown, wanted here for
assault and batters, who was ar-


I cook not soop witaboSt hauifl
Spent Week at Winter Park.- pain dart through my baek and
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. O'Brien and atem gPtaigto ai an et t piw
daughter, Alliene, and Miss Alberta I w el atsam. My
Lo 1 were so weak that semed to bLse
Lourecy made an automobile trip to control ovr te semtiom an d
Winter Park a week ago last Mon- the night, it was o uM-omm ta
day, where they spent several days for me to rise si or sever tuieRoNra
with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lane, for- accos .- AIegth I pro'wd Doki
merely of this city. Mr. Lane is en- Kidn il at a au ho' dr g d
l e b I ad to them I owe My prreseath t
gaged largely in the poultry busi- from the bore oaUml. I reBy lf
ness near Winter Park. The party ten year younger smee I mad Uok
returned to Daytona Monday, having Kidney Pills ad I am very wNi fto
a good trip the only bad road being give them my enowMeu it." 0
between Enterprise and Sanford. Fmsleb ld s lm, m
Fmtw-4 4m CAL, B E N.., 2
.aget for iM Ubta SAOteWt
tAlitomobile tires and inner tubes Remenmer the am-De'-
vulvanized at Oliver's garage take D other.



f SPECIAL TOWEL SAILE


Owing to the I
which we should h
season is over, we
out the entire let.


rested at Jensen, was brought up worth 1_2 cents, l~
here from the Titusville jail Satur- 100 dozen at 3 for
day-and given a preliminary hear- you need at this ri
ing before Justice I.. '. Titus ,Mon-
day morning. He was bound over THE PC
in $ 40K bond andl taken to lkeLand,
where he says he will plead guilty
before Judge Stewart next Monday. *I-- -
Adolphus Brown, both in name and i NE
and color, created considerable dis- Directly on th
turbance at the home of lis father- 1
in-law in Midway some weeks ago i HORACE F.
and afterward fled the city. Fu

Assault and Battery.
Fred Lyon. colored, of Midway,
was before Justice H. T. Titus, OUR FOU
Monday morning, charged with as-
sault and battery. lIe was placed
under bond of $10) to appear at the ABSOLUTE SA
next term of Criminal Court Fred
broke the whole of his half-brother's (apit
jaw in a fistic encounter of his own
seeking. In fact it was a double Surp
fracture of the jaw and of the law. Stock
( cS'Atuol seck
E^ -^ 0Aetuall senu
^^ *** 0


0vy~rup rigus

'b]flixir~fenna


UcUIIn.s UU C lii L U f l5 hTlio


ate arrival of a shipment of one hundred domen Towels
ave received early in the apr but arrived after or.
will hold a SPECIAL TOWEL SALE is order to close
These towels are firt-class in every repeat nd are wel.
but we must get rid of them and will loe out the eatire 1
25 cents or 95e a dozen. Do not fai to get what towels
idiculously low price. See the window diplay.

CK HENDRICKS COMPANY.1




V SEASIDE INN.
ie Atlantic Bea h. Surf Bathing aad Good Fiaag.
$2.00 per day anmd p.
STEWARS, Proprietor, DAYTONA BrA
rnished Cottages for Light Housekeeping.


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JR CARDINAL PRINCIPLES:- I


FEY, Insured by


al
lus -

holders Liability

rity to depositors


NOTE:- This Bank is Number Ose


$100,000
$250,000

$100,000
$450,000


on the "Honor Roll" of


National Banks in Florida, and No. 187 in the whole
United States, among over sixty-eight hundred National
Banks.


CONSERVATISM
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Tuesday about noon, while returning
from somle grove or garden land ..
which h o wns in the hammock
west of ilis residenme, and sustained trip.
a: broken collar bone. His son. A. L.Y. Poreri a i'M
Mlilligan, who owns a home adjoin- i *00ahw ebtOf
ing his father on South Ridgewood, M awd-s e
was with him at the time of the heae m
mishap. the Rich fa mly iri -
Heering his father fall he turned Nevisa cClilha is ou -
back and found him lying on the in ,afteras aem attack. I .
road unconscious. Being unable nt mI abm beiiea^e to
abomt twelm days
revive him he hurried home. sum- A S.ua at -Kis. p.al
moned l)cetors Atwood and Howe te.edd taei
and taking hius automobile to ercim f the DatY 8te
the scene of the accidenttCe CCmLrbtimalIM a as T
brought tlhe elder Mr. Milliganu e~l Mng. li see Bieki
home, where ant examination dis- wmaamer .d the
closed no other injury beyond a110
iBagBia-One 10 b. p. CuSH
broken collar bone, which, though' turi a hW.
painful, sill result in only a ternm-
porary d(fs:i-aleieunt.
Mrs. Milligan was spending the Ow 4
day on the ocean beach with a party It t
of ladies and did not know of the The IRecord I DOYm is a
accident until her return later ini '
the day as it was decided not to t e w
notify her and perhapss undulyany kidmal ay .1 i be l h-f i
alarm her, after Mr. Milligan's in- and eare, beutt depoi a ofn t
juries were declared to be not seri-imledyedoraese by people. you ha
ous. Doua's .Kidjy P's .*w in
ecre permaBeatly. Deatsra defii
Card Of Thanks. tenItytotl liBm areamsei
J. H. Cooper, Myrtle a& eaajW t
Mrsaly. Wm. W. Wilder and family Fla, maya: "I ea peak inhe bi
wish to thank the many kind friends' Deaa's Kidne Pa riii
for their floral offerings and the Badpa che* dhrt to me m
sympathy extended to the family mI b temd n, twa ..d o
ri thr lat reaemet. exend thmm toam Ii
during their late bereavement. back thre tk ain of my&W
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iie s hertby tf* a that w a described lands will be sold at public auc-
tcday the 72b day of J. 1909. before the Court House door at De-
Sbe ( y of Volusia .S of Florida, or so much thereof as will he necessary
Sdte am tt due for taxes h set opposite to the same, together with the cost
iic sale aand advertisingg.


DESCRIPTION.


I


b


ot ne% s of county line......
of se of ne%..............
of se% and n 3-4 of sec of seh
ofe s% of se% ...............
oi ne% and ne'4 of nel%........
SWiggins' Grant..........*....-

fractional.... ......-........
so chs of e3 and se%...... ....
fractional.... ..........*......
of...........................
W Clarke Grant.............
n........... ............ ......


of....... .... ... ..--- --...
, and s% of nw%.. .. ........


Sw%' of ne% and s% of nw!%......


0 1es9 and wvy s of county line, except
k of sw%'.......... .........

'Se% of ane of sel and s% of se'/
and anw4i of se% and e'/a of swl
and nw% of sw%, s of county line'

SE and F, Wilson sub of......
s ts and I, Wilson's sub of......
.Lots J. K, P, Q, R and S, Wilson's
sub of.......... .... .........
Lots W and H. Wilson's sub of..
'-r of se% of ne%.. ....... ....
-lw% of se ...................
S Ne% of nw%.*....... ...........
Lots A, B, D. E, pd F. Wilson's sub
ft C, Wilson' sZ ........... .....
lot 7, sub of nw of ne% and part of
lot .... .... .... ... ........
s 7 and 8. blk 26, Seville.........
IA1 blks 27 and" 28, Seville........
Let 2, 3.'4, bik 34 and lots i. 2,
3, blk 35, Seville...... ......
s and 6. blk 35. Seville......
iblk 4q, Seville................
AfL except n 130 ft of w 135 it.
:%1b 52, Seville................
SAll bk 71, Seville...... ..........
-L ot i. blk 34. Rentz's addition to
Seville...... .... .. ............
I.ot i.. bk 44, Rentz's addition to
SSeville.. ....... ..............
: LoWa D and E, sub of-lot 3. blk 33.
tPoppell's addition to Seville....
Lot 2, blk F, Poppell's addition to
Seville...... .... .. .. ...........
S4'of ne%........ ............
t f sw%....................
w of nw%....... ........ .. ..
.' W.735' ft of n 420 ft of ne% of sw%'
X?% of nw% of sw/4.... ........
S 7-8 of se% of nw%.... .. ...
itSCof se% of ne%..... .. ........
J of neY4 of se.. ........
f f wlk.of nw4 ............
t'E:'Sft of n 836 ft of ne% of se%
Srt.of s~e% of sc% per deed book 17,
page 656........ .......... ..
.at 3.......... .......... .. .....
1* of ne% and lot 3 .... ........
N, of se% of nel and s% of se
of nfe%.. .... ... .............
Sof sw% and sY/ of sw'4 and s
43 ft of sw% of nw4' e of R R ex
temetery............. ..
of ne%. w of R R.......
w% of ne% ex 2 acres sqr in se
tor. r .... .... .............. ..
ares sqr in se corner of nw% of
E. ........ ......... ...... ....
t 1, sub of nw% of se3i.... ....
e of nw% and sw% of se%.. ..
SIof ne and nw% of ne% and sei,
ind lots I to 4 inclusive..........
( of sw% of se% and nw% of se%

._of e and nwl of swY and swVj
n-w%.... ............. .. ....
;- 17 and 19, Bakersburg......
of swY4 of sw% and sw% of swI/
sw%...... .... .. ..........
of n% and sc% of swI and wn
slkw%........... ..............
S of ne' and nw%4 of swuk and
.' of nw%k...... ............
S obf sw%...................
Eiof ne' and nwY of ne% ex n
7. ft of ey of w% and ne% of
o............ ........ .. ....
Wof se% of sec%...............
E($f swy' of se%.... .... ......
Lots to Ii inc. North Piersonville
1a 4P and ew of lot 5, Bennett
lHmtd ...... ..................
SLotes and w$ of lot 5, Bennett

Lot Bennett Hmstd.........
W '" ne% and nw% of sie% and
.e% f sw% and nw% of sw% and
ieiof nwk and w% of nwl..
nreof w3 of nw%k..... ......
S% 3 ne% of seY...... ......
'Swr tf s% -.. .... .........
nel .... ...... .... ....

S6 nea ...... ..........
S.-8 pf nek of se4 and wy of
of s5 and nY of swA4 and nw'.
E% ofkwy of swlk..............
S 370 a of lot 32, Kennell's Pier-
o.. .. .. .. ............ ..
Lots 4! and 51, Kenncll's Pierson
LtSS 5~4. and s& A of (ot 56, Ken-
..Usl' %ierson................
-ot p 6 inclusive, Nel Pierson's
Pier~oo.......................
Lets 35 ind 36, Nels Pierson's Pier-
o .. .. ...... .. ... .
All hlk C Pierson's ierson..
Lot .I Amessor's Piersonr...... ......
N% o of ne% of se%.......
Ne% of *%.. ...................
.NeY4 of sL' ........ ........ ....
W% of e o of sw of swl' and s 3-4
of w% if sw% of sw%.... ....
e of % of swl%............
S of T%..................
Xe4 of nv% of sw%.... ..........

aRt of aIe of seY per deed book to,
agle 423* ....*....*.... ........
1 of .sc ......................
Sof lot i...... ... ...........
Ltra and s 3-8 of lot 3............-
I.j chs of cH of nci of sw% and
*a 3-4 of w% of ne% of sw%'......
Ith of ne%.... .................
C' An lks 2, 3 and 4, Fulwider's add
4s Eldridge..................
All ex lots 6 to 35, bik 7, Fulwider'a
add to Eldridge....... ......
Lots 26 to 35 inc. blk 7, Fulwider's
-dd to Eldridge..............
'A. Al blk 8 Fulwider's add to Eldridge
Wr of nw/.... .... .... ......
N? of sw% of sw%k............
of nw% of sc' of sw% ......
Part of nw% of nwt per deed book
S24 page 173-- --- '.---- -.--***
utt 8, Lungreen... ............
SLet to C Volusia.... ...........
S eDowell and Black .rt.. ........
SW .... .... ..................

Sel of sw% .... ............. ...
Nlk of ne -...... -.............
N' of lot 3...... ..........

Pat of w'V of Isc' per deed book to,
P e 277 .... ..... ............ ..
S% of lot 2...... .............
SeY of nw...... .......... ....
Swa% of nel and nw/i of se% and
c.%k of swail and set of nw......
Nr% of seY...................
W 913 chs of se~% of se%.... ....
S% of se% of sw%.... .... ....
Nel of nw .. .. .. .... ........


E 3-4 of se% of ne%..............
W 420 ft of s 207 ft of nek of ne10
and nw% of se'4 of ne%.. ......
Und % int in e 3-% of sw% of ne%.
Lot i...... .... .......... .....
SY of se% of nwl.. .-........
Lots 3 and 4 and sw4 of Inw.....
Nw% of nw%.. .... .... .......:.
U'nd % int in Thos Forbes' Grt....
Lot 8, bk ;, Wilson's, D)eLeon
Swings.... ..................
LatS to and 12. blk i, Wilson's. l-
Leon Springs....................


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24 13
24 *3
24 13
24 13
25 '3
39 13
I 14
13 14
14 14
23 14
24 14
43 14
12 13

13 13
14 13

15 13

15 13


o' *
; v
a

27 30
27 2<(
27 70
27 to
27 120
27 315
27 59
27 594
27 200
27 263
27 .320
27 639
28 651

a8 325
2S 245

28 120

28 l6&


16 13 28


OWNER. '5
0

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Mary 1I Lewis ...... i 19
Mary tH Lewis....... 93
Mary 1I Lewi-... .. 2 87
J I Bradd>.ck........ 71
S1) Braddock.. .... 5 28
Wilson Cypress Co... 14 94
Price & Co.......... 2 87
'rice & Co.......... II 33
Price & Co.. ........ 4 o8
Price & Co.... .... 5 28
Price & Co.. ........ 6 5o
Wilson Cypress Co... 17 26
J P Turner, Cypress
Luum Co... ..... 24 90
S A Maker........... 8 91
J P Turner. Cypress
Lumber Co....... 13 13
J P Turner. Cypress
Lumber Co......... 4 3
Castle Timber & N S
Co.......... ... 3 65


Castle Timlber & N S
Co...... .......


Castle Timber & N S
.Co.... ... .......
Carrie A. Davis....
K Itorson.. .. ....

Mary II Lewis......
Carrie .A Davis......
1 W Dodge.. ......
S E Gilmer. Exc.....
J W !'loge.. ......
Mary I II ewis........
IJ 1 liraddock ......

CC SCmucker........
Thos A Baker.....
Those P.aker .. ....

D J Grimes..-.... ..
\VIn lDavis.. .. ...
W IK "riglhlnia.. ..

Unknown.. ........-
lnknown.........

Minnie Fi Rentz ...

James Neal........

Martha P. (ilmore.....

.\barilla Braddock....
A F' S.herman........
S A lralddoek.. ....
'Mrs i C Stanley....
D II Carter.... ...
t'rescent Timber Co..
K G; uckols...
\V li \Velber. A.dm..
Crescent Timiher Co..
W ( Peters........
Price & (Co,.........

J W Dlodge........
Price & Co..........
Price & (Co..........

\W Wehher. \Admn..


8 30



4 98
2 ;7
71

5 58
7 711

I 67

s12 83
i to

4 38
4 o8
I 42

S410
71
I 42

1 23
1 72

I 23

I oil


Price & Co...... .... 4
A. E Sweet.. .. .... 2


Mary A. Morrison....

Price & Co.. .......
Price & Coa.... .....
Price & Co.. ......


21 14
21 14

21 14

22 16

27 14
27 14


68
87


I 72

I or
71
I 9.,


9O Price & tCo.... .... 10 41
o Ct'ounlt ac toutlal.e l.an-
tres..... ........2 2 20

ao Price & Co...... .... 5 5S
;o Price & Co.. .. .. ( (04

!o Price & Co.... ..... i 58

1o Price & Co.. .. .... 8 94

i Price & (Co.... .... 4 86
to lirs of *- W lennelt t 54


4 Price & Co ...... .... 5 16
-o Price & Co.. ...... I o
o S I' .indstrotn...... eo
aI Price & tCo .. .... 2 4

7 Unknown..... .. ... 2 39

7 C W Long ......... 2 3A
3 Getrgc Karr.. .... .. 74


Price & Co.. ......
lirs of iG W ennett
W\isner Land Co.. ...
Count de Toulanie
l.autres.... .. ....
Price & Co .........


7 89
, 2S
1 54

4 03.
I 90


Price & Co.. ........ t 67
F N Thurber.... .... 2S

Tue Pierson. .. ..... 30
I'uknown .......... I co


irs ,of 4. W etunett.

S F Smith.... ....

W WV Powell.... ....
C F Piherson.... ..
.S l.indstron .....
I \ Mlclride........
I N' Reeves.......
C T lPuIdoIn.... ....

R I: McPlride.......
I W Mcl'ride... ....
rs ot"f I KRchlardsont..
.M1t'"ausing & Svarten-ii-
gr'ee.. ...... ....

C V & J F Stolne....
I ls oof I Kichardlson..
.in.liew1 & iaripr.. .
Price & tCo..........

llr of R lames.. ..
I.ucy Sit e. .....
Anna lair.... .. ..

C I) Waldo.... ......

O I. Lutwi.ler.. ....

1F ,VW Moolre.. ......

(C i Wal..........
I.IIcv A S.'loie.. .....
I:'.tella S.-hlwart7. .


t i>,|.,rah l .arr. ...
lllk oh\a l. .......
11 .\ lih iges..... ....
lh- ,i \\" 1E- Connor.
J t" Turner t'yl, &
S.u1 t .... ..

Kate I. lh hblaard, .. .
J N R. s -. .. .. ....... .
". \\V V.lker... ....
1 M1 lickl. .. ...
I \V \'Walker.... ..
R lt K.aighlin.. .. ..

A C ;nC .. .. ...
.1 lrahali Ki-iichardls. .
I'cr v PIlu i o ,
lIr.. 't K \\ Kolberts..
I-'. of K \V R..crt...
.A ; t carter .. ......

.,oui I~etatiate .
J1 .- i-i- I ),lugherty ...
T'heo, Srawn. ......
W\ II & G .A Hunter..
I 1- I'....ton.. .. ...
lit ,.1ot I S Ilavncs..
i ,i \\WIll Mcta0le..

1. .1 l>liin -. ..........

( *n' .l l..tle. .r* ..el v
l .......... ....


.I 3"

2 94
I 30
-4
54
74
I 54

S54
I 54

2 94
74
l 54

4 ;.b


1 58
l -4S
3 IS

I 5;
3 1t


I I4t




t;4
I li



74

23





74.
-' 1.1
It 1s

20 73
I 17
2 o4
t (I7


I .4,

> *J
2 t,
3 a ,
74
3 'S
I st

2 ttS


.1 .0
I 42
4 :(

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DESCRIPTION.


A

at 4:


da

? a S


OWNER.


R H Wright........


S



10
oC


Gag


Ida J Dildine.... .. s o4

Ida J Dildine.... .. o04

Watkia Davis.. .... I o4

Croderick & Upson... 1 84


Lots i1, i6, a2, 22, 27 and 28, blk
2z, t'eardslcy, D)eLeon Springs..
Lot 4. blk .-, Beardsley. DeLeon
.Springs........ .. .. ........
S.. of lot I, blk 23, Beardsley, De-
1-e n Springs........ ......
Lot 4, blk 23, Beardsley, DeLcon
S.prines..........
Lots 4 and 8. blk 28, Beardsley, Dle-
Leon Springs...... ..
Lot 40 sub of lots U to 10o, Dupont
& taudry Grt...................
't, uo lot I8, Dupont & Gaudry Grt
-N uf lot ib, Dupont & Gaudry Grt
EY" of lot 19. Dupont & Gaudry Grt
Nj2 of lot 21, Dupont & Gaudry Grt
X 744 cli of lot 25, Dupont & Gaudry
Grt...... .... .... ...... ....
Sw I acre of lot 26. Dupont & Gau-
dry Grt.... .. .. .. ............
I; S. of no. of lot 27, Dupont & Gaudry
(;rt........ .... .... ............
E to chs of lots 33 and 34. Dupont
& 4;audry ;trt........ .... ......
\ 5cs chs of lots 33 and 36 and lots
35 and 3(. lDu)i.nt & Gaudry Grt
l.ot.s 37. 3S ain 39. Dupont & Gau-
dry (;rt.... .. .. .. .. ........
i acre- of lot 40, Dupont &
( audry ;rt.. .. .. .. .... ....
E 53u it of w 1900 ft of lot 40,
I ulipont & Gaudry Grt..........
\\" 9S.4 clis of 1n,, of lot 49 and sy
of lot 49 ex n 209 ft of e 209 ft.
lDupont & ;aulry (rt ...... ....
Lot u5. Dupoint & Gaudry Grt......
l.ot o1 ex e to chs, Dupont &
S.audry rt..... .. ........
.Lot 2,) sub of lots 73 and 74. Du-
SIiint & d;audry Grt.... .. .. ..
S;.o chains of n 9.46 chs of e 26.66
chaius of lot So, Dupont & Gaudry
S Grt.... .. ...... ....... ....
1Lot 2oz. Dupont & daudry Grt....
I L.ots lo7 and io8. l)upont & Gaudry
Grant.... .. .... ..............
N ,,of lot ao9. Dupont & Gaudry Grt
oi t110 o. tit. 112a and 113 e of K K
and n 61 links of lot 114 e of
SR K. lDupont & (audry Grt....
N 2..2 chains of w zo chains of lot
125. hDupont & (audry Grt......
7.2- chains of n to chains of lot
S 25. I)Duont & Gaudry Grt......
.Lot i-.b ex s 7 chains of w 35
chlain-. Dupont & Gaudry" Grt....
I.Lot 29. lilpDont & Gaudry Crt....
5 chains. of e 25 chains of lot
i34. IDulptt & Gaudry Crt......
I. t 25. ( l.t ;lenwood................
1 -14 4.. su," of lo"t 4........
Sl.ot 2o. .ssessors Hlcresford........
Sl.t 3.... ..... .... ..............
.Lot 14 sub of n1t- of nw%4.... ....
l.ot 3.... .. .... ......... ..
.All. ................... .........
! ........ ....................
IS'/ of se.!.... .........
.All.... ......... ........... .....
\V; of se a and w.............
W \\' of sw14....... .... ..........
N- of ne'4~....... ...............
rc,4 of sc! and w'i of s'e and
e'l of sw'4 and sw'4 of. sw,4 and
nwlt .. .... ....... .............
E 3-4 and w,/ of n1wI4.... ......
EL of, se14 and nwt4 of C ... ..
All .. .......... ...... ........ ...
S t' .of ........... ....... .......
All ...... ..... .................
SAll .. .... .........................
I ........
All. .... ....................
All ..................... .. ....
SNS'4 and ei of Sen4 and ....of
All .and. ........ .........



SA .. ............ .. ....... .....
S.ll ....... ...... ...... .... ....
W14 a 4 .. .. ..

All ...................... ..... ..
All ........ ........... ... .. .....
All .............. ......... ......
S All. .. .... ........... ..........

SAl j .............. ... ...... ...
.\ll .....................

SAll .............. ....... .. an w
nw of ...... .... .... ... ......


W. of ti c aiains of ce'4 of SW'A and s"'-
of ...4 of ..w'. and e S. chains ofI
Snl' f of S'4 o' f s '...............

I N 3 ch-ains of w 6 chains of lot 3
anld c". oif 3n0 of nw10 ....--

i.1l ilk 22. Price's. Winona .. ..
'.ot I, sul of lts :i aind 4..........
f: 1- : tf \w- .>f lot 1 _.............. .
I a'.-.s, -sIr it> se -orner of n1t of

I. ..f .... ...............
et : sll of I 1. of sw .. .........
subV.4_W -. : '-e f f ty..............
S1 S. "f sr'f, of s.'.a of sW'4 ......
S\'.. ,,f ,' of a 'V d of SW t1 .....
s..-` ,.f s.'. ,*f sw and l ,A tf
St* 1 of S-'l e of S\V% ...........
I'l n t int in It I city )blk 4.
tin ;arlef city ....... .....
l.ts ; to o inc city blk 5 Spring
*:a.dley city ....................
\,l .-ity vhlk 11 Spring (garden City
I.,drs 1 :; 4 a; 7 s and 9 city hlk
-3. Spring (;arden City........
\1l ".-.ia lk 271 Spring (arlden t'ity
.- ..r s'. t, f I1t I ................
St f nI oI f lt .5 aAnd. 4s oof se'
,f lot ..
21_ ft ,f .*'. 0f otra' o of ntet and
I 11 1i ft of *.*' of s.et of netl
Sw .of nw 4 .
I.o, :'. :1 ;n ld ._ *f nw .......
I.', .......................
.i : ,.f lo t . .. .
: \'t._. ,,f Sw- ,of sw of !w a4 .. ..
I \\" 1', ,'is .,f 11': *f it' t ,,f s,'t- antl
o*.f lso t f neI of s ..

S..' .1- s. .... ..
W \ 1.S2 chs of u ofi seW of se1t..
\ ::-I ,,f n .i of lot 4 antld s S 'hs
,.f .-'. of hot :. l n ,s I!s of
s :: 1 "1" \. '. n o ft ot : ...........
Sl ..t 4. :: .... ...........

i i. ,f it .l. .. .. ......
b. t t .t a a.a. a.. .
N 12'. of ,, I. f t -' of w. .. ........
\ ..f*'15 '" .. .............
.'. (>oo ft of n1. of swl of se', of

1'. 4-2 ch-; of he14 of SW1 .... ....
;.< It 01" .Sw '. of I1W 4 ..........
1S 2.2 chl of lot I1 atmi lot t" sub of

j .o.t 12 w iVs.ii sub ..f l.onitg l:rt .. .
; 1.ts ar ald 2" WVilson sub of loig
1 l. s l i andl 1* \\"il-s: stilt .,of I.onlK


1 23
1 42--
1 g
1 83
2 09


I 88
x 28

348

486


EC Kelly.. ....... 2
Hrs of F E Cameron

Unknown.... ...... I
Hrs of F E Cameron


Hrs of F E Cameron 9

Hrs of F E C;--eron a

Frances E Bredow .. I

Hrs of F E Cameron.. 2
Hrs of F E Cameron 3

W H Wood ...... 2
L C Waterman.. ....i
Robt Williams... ....
F W Munson......
Annie S Colcord...... 4
Ithrrcford Celery Co. 7
Anderson Carter.. ..
Beresford Celery Co.. 5
P B Allen.. ........ 22
P B Alen .... ..... 8
P B Allen.. ........ 8
P B Allen.... ..... 14
P B Allen.... ...... it
P B Alen-.. ....... 2
P B Allen.... ...... 2


B Allen.... .....
B Allen.......
B Allen.......
B Allen..........
B Allen ......
B .Alien........
B Allen..........
B Allen..........
B Allen..........
B Allen.... .....

B Allen........
B Allen..... .....
B Allen.........
B Allen-..........
B Allen............
B Allen..........
B Allen..........
B Allen..........
B Allen..........
B Allen.........
PW Allen.........
WB Allen ..........
B Allen..........
B Allen.........
B Allen.........


i 15 30


19 15 30


\ .-IT EstaiI. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....
'4.I Iill,' N:.-tY ESUtat. .....
N.-I f -I S fit. I....

S*. f O ... ........
Nu -f ..... ......
N ............,..




-.I *.f L-.


.lii; i 'I rl il 41f 11.4.4
Ve~ .4 4: .41. i-ti..i.t...........k




2' ...........
I _. '4- 'I V. I .l .. f I . .





44.4.411.~
I3tIl..a.-.N
'~ 1.1t ft I- I ',.. '4 ............lo .


.Z1 1, .4 1 1-, : h it b .4 %% 1.


... ....a..
2. .. ;.t ai:I .4. ... .4 4 ..7
--f I-I_- Mk.
.f it%% ..u ..f -l!t Of 1lot ?7


I s1.ilt. f IIn



I.! -f I- :z. II f .


~III


31.


~3-


k ) 1 a ...I.......


I .; i .'

I. lZ...-i~ ..4414 I. 14-i.41I


16 49
17 A6
17 36
17 36
6 50
16 19
16 19
i6 19
16 19
16 19
16 19
16 19
i6 19
6 50
6 50


S B Brooke.. ...... t 58


Leforiis. Schroder &
Killings.. .... .... 37 58


22


Lefriis. Schroder &
Billings ... .......
Hrs of L W Odum..
M D Learned.......
L .1 Billingp.........

Billings & Jaekson..
I. J Billings..........
Arentha Hunter ....
R ( Harlein.........
F E Joyce..........

P A Branch ........

Jessie Dougherty ..

M E Chappell ....
Hrs of F E Cameron

Hrs of F E Cameron
14 rs of F E Cameron
Charlie Jone .......

. M Samuels .......

C I. Mann ..........
Mar'us Loeb ........
C I. Mann .........
C I. Mann ..........
Hamlin & Stewart..
SWV Deen .........


Consolidated CGroer

H M Beardsley.....
Hrs of M A c'lackne


A V S mith......
R .1 Devenish .....
H M Beardsley.....
,W A & A E turnic
C E Wheeler.. ...
I. & J Boyd.......
E J Howard........

C x Bielby ........
Ned.ora Shields.....
A S Hancock......

C s Parrl-s ......
H N Mann........


C 1. Mann ..........
R J Devenish .....
H M Beardsley....
H W McKoon .....
Theodore Strawn ...
M F Neal ........
A V Smith.......
c R Strawn........
Nel.-,n Davis .......
E W' Hurry ........

F I. De.n .........

AbI1-.' 1) Allen......

R .I. l. kard ......
ilrs ..f T E Brinle

S.intinole Mf 'o.-. .

.lulIil Morris .......

I'nknown ..........

I'nknown ..........

Unknown ..........
Abbi. Hall .......

R 1. i ..ckard ...

E M iHully ...

o' \ M,-Kinney

P H Iasing.....
I, 1. Smith. Jr.....

V and A Howard..

Go,vnor and Fran
Ta l-r .. .. .

Georgiaina Smith..
mnnit C'amp

Eliza illiam .
M ill. lla- tti.-l ..
I.enzr Flv &rr .
Se% rid 4l Kinsnla


13 43
74
74
71

I 9
1 19
1 90
-!3
93

1 97

I 49

1 23
93

1 sI
1 19
1 0n


1 S3
I 58
I 83
5 93i
1 6
93
1 oIl


y


DESCRIPTION.


H A Irving........
Hrs of F E Cameron
W ECadding........
Hrs of F E Cameron
P P Nichols.......

Rebecca G Critchell..

Hrs of F E Cameron

J B Morse.........

E L Sylveston......

Hrs of F E Cameron..

B M Perrine......

B M Perrinc........

B M Perrine........


B M Perrine.. ....
Hrs of F E Cameron

Hrs of F E Cameron

Theo Strawn.. ....


. i SI. Net of ne'~ of swu-..............
Pr I 2' NV of selk of sw. of ne'%........
F' off set. of nwti of se%'........
Ne' of Ine of nw% of nw.1.....
1. S. of n 2-3 of w 3-4 of nw4 of
14 1 nw L .............................
41 2 N 1-3 of w 3-4 of uw'!i of nw%4....
wk 4 w 4 of se*i .......................
S6 57 WS of s.. of nw., of sw,- ...
0. 3 Nw% of ne%4 of se%...............
," S. of se% of ne% of ne% ........
.. 0 c Ne% of ne'4 of se'/ of ne% .......
1. 9 4 Nw'\ of nc% of se' of nc .........
S4 s S% of se ofm o s f nw..........
Sw'%k of sw'/ of nw4..............
5 S/ s o of se of 1ne of se4......
1 24 6"0 N!. of net of se/e4 of sc%. ........
W}I of ne% .....................
Nel'4 of n/% of lot to ..............
1.1 13 E3Y of se 40 acres of lot 2........
1 54 NI of sw 4o acres of lot 2.......
Ss 64 Nel, of n'ti of lot 3...............
I "2-- Sw4t of n'r of lot 5.............
14 14t ELt of se of s. of lot ;.......
1 i3: W,, of sw of s'.- of lot 6........
14 Ilo 3-4 of w' / of L.' of lot 6......
S1 14 II E of -swi. of n! of lot 9........
3 1 It ." of 4c1 of ': of lot I ........
S1 13 Ne'c of ne4 of :Ic' .............
E'4 ,4 nwf of .04t, of ne1*........
I1 %s I t'/ of nce, of sc1%................
E1, of netL of sw1,&,.............
6 1 O Ne of sc f of IInw1/ ..............
N -35 ft of ci of nwt4 of .e% of
21 nwt .... ..
y 1 5,4 l.ot 7 blk a Orange City..........
Lot 8 bik 2 Orange City............
2.: 7.. Lot 10 blkl 4 Orange City..........
I.ots iI, 12 and 13 blk 9 Orange City
1 <4 lAots 17, 18 and 19 blk 12 Orange City
W 150 ft of lot 2o blk 12 Orange City
4 \WV 5 tt of lot 21 blk 12 Orange City
\V s15' ft of lot 22 blk 12 4Oratge (City
S 4S l.ot -3 blk i-- Orange t'ily.......
Loto 30 and 37 h1k 12 4Orange City
3. 45 I.ots .s to 40 inc and lot 42 blk 12
:; 1 Orange Ci y .....................
..ot 44 blk 12 ()range City........
S2 48 I.ot- 45 and 40 blk 1.2 Orange City
.Lot 20 blk 19 Orange City..........
2 94 l.ot 5 U;k 22 O-ange City..........
Lot 3 blk 23 Orange 'ity.........
:: '4 i Lot 15 blk -'3 (range City.......
.- 1 I Lot 3. 4 and 5 blk 2 5 (range t ity
i. 1 it of lot 5 blk 25 O)rat!ge City
.. I 25 l.ot, o aii. 7 bik' 27 Oratge City
I.oot I except church lot and xceipt
S1 i w .,,o it ofi i ., it blk 27 4Ohange
t'ity ......................... .
ik .,t 1 blk Is raigc Iat............
S I I i o '..t S b!k :8 Orange t('ty....
T *, el .. .f i st tk -2S rant e
1 s itv ............................
4 6 l.r- 3 'lk 2' 1r n e r t'ty........
lots :3 and 4 1bik 2',t I i4ge l 1,
l.,,t b'k 3.".o Orange Ci ty
1 2' o" la, 1,, k 3. ) raIIgtc (t y. .....
I -: I.ot ; ilk 31 I)irai:Kc t itv..........
S I tl.ot 2. o a1ii :o. blk- 4. lack-.',' ai.,l1
in 1 ........ 4 :,..


7 .4.


7-I~


A v s8 s ma ........ tII

EJ MaY~.......... 4

Alvia Aadw .... a13

W W BpbtaMoa...... 7 9

Unknown ........... 1a

HO arsh.......... 213

Landis & FlIh ... 3 48

Wash Miller ........ 19 8

E F Hibbard ....... 7 9
Delta J Arnold...... 1 00
Mary C Lloyd....... 8 4


E H McDonald...... 10 V2


Unknown ...........

Unknown ...........


Lot 1 to 10 inc blk 19 Howry's
add. to DeLand ...............
W% of lot 14 blk 2 Waltz's add. to
DeLand ........................
Lot 22 bik 2 Waltz's add. to De-
Lana ...........................
E3 of lot 9 and lot 14 blk 3 Waltz's
add. to DeLand...............
Lot 21 blk 3 Waltz's add. to De-
Land ............................
Lot 2: bik 4 Walis a dd. to De-
Land -.........................
Lots K and L n of R R blk 1
Rich's add. to DeLand.........
Lot D bik 9 Rich's add. to De-
Land ...........................
Lot F blk 11 Rich's add. to De-
Land ... .............. .......
Lot 2 bk. B Hays' add. to DeLand
N 1-3 of lot 17 blk 0 Detand.....
Lots 1 to 9 inc and lots 11 to 14 inc
and lot 17 McDonald's add. to
DeLand ........................
Lot 3 Chambers & Dunn add. De-
Land ...........................
Lot 4 Chambers & Dunn add. De-
land ...................
Lot s Chambers & Dunn add. De-
land ...........................
Lot 4 Chambers & Dunn add. De-
Land ...........................
E ;3 ft of lot 7 Chambers & Dunn
add. DeLand ...................
Lots 15 and 16 Chambers & Dunn
add. DeLand ..................
Lot 24 Chambers & Dunn add. De-
Land ...........................
Lot 25 Chambers & Dunn add. De-
Land ...........................
Lots 26. 27 and 2x Chambers &
Dunn add. DeLand ............
Lot 20 blk 1 Armstrongs add. to
De Land ........................
E A ft of leg 15 blk 4 Armstrong'"
add. to DeLand ................
Sy% of lot 25 Corson's add. to De-
Land ....... ................
Lot 2o Corson's add. to DeLand
Lots 3 and 4 Phippen's add. to De-
Land ...........................
s and 9 Phipp-n's add. to
DLand ........................
Lot IS Phippen's add. to DeLand..
Lot 24 Phippen's add. to DeLand..
Lot 25 Phippen's add. to DeLand
Lots 33 and 34 Phippen's add. to
Deland ......................
Lot 35 Phippen's add. to DeLand
Llt 44 Phippen's add. to DeLand
Lot So Phippen's add. to DeLand
Lots 9 and 140, Phippen's add. to
DeLand......................
Lot 10I Phippen's add. to DeLand
Lota 102. 1i13 and 1l4 Phippen's
add. to DeLand ...............
Lots 108 to 114 Inc Phippen's add.
to DeLand .....................
Lots 122 to 126 inc Phippen's add.
to, Deland....................
Lot 127 Phlppen's add. to DeLand
Lot 131 Phippen's add. to DeLand
.ot 132 Phippen's add. to DeLand
Lot 1:5 Phippon's add. to DeLand
I.ots :8 and 2=. Phippen's add. to
DeLand .......................
Lot 42 Phippen's add. to DeLand
All blk 61 and 62 leLand.........
All blks 65 and 66 DeLand........
All blk 7. DeLand .............
SN4 of bik 86 DeLand ..........
S% oif nz ,oft bK 6 LDetand......
WLt of bik 01 DeLand...........
W 3-4 of sa~ of blk 10" DeLand..
W of bik 117 DeLand...........
All blk 151 DeLand ..............
XN- of bik 15!0 D Land ..........

S~ of blk 159 DeLand..........
All blk 160 DeLand ...............
Lot IS bik 161 DeLand..........
Lots 5. T and S blk 161 DL.and...
All bLk 193 DeLand ...............
All hibk 200 DeLand..............
All blk 214 DeLand ..............
All blk 216 L(and ..............
Se4,, of ne% of se ................
N%' of s/ of nwY4 of sw%......
s% of nt. of nw'4 of sw%'.......
E 3-4 of nw% of se% and ne% of
Sw ...............
E 11.5 chains of w 7-8 of seV of

W 6% chains of sc% of sw%.....
Lots IS & 28 Assessor's Winnemisett
lots 25 & 27 Assessor's Winnemisett
Lot :6 Assessor's Winnemisett....
Und 2-3 int in e 3-4 of se4 of
seL ............................
SNi of ne'4 of ne1t ..............
Ne '% of nW'4 of ne'~ ..............

XN' of sw o of nw, of se% ......
N% of nw% of nw~1 of se%.......
NXt of nw l of sw% and se% of
nw '. of sw 4 ..................
Sw.t of nw'4 of sw4 ............
Sw of ne of sw% ...........
N of se% of sw'% ................
E 3-4 of se%k of nw%1............
L.ts 34 and 5 sub of e 1= .f sw L.
of net .........................
Ki,' af se of of soe' of .. ........
W 2-3 of e 3-4 of b:' of se% of
se k. ............................
S3-4 of n5 of nw% of se% and
s'a- of nw t, of se4 ..............
X's of ne'4 of Inei and se'1 of
ita-'I of n ............ ..... ..

EK- of ne'i of nw', of sv ......
S1z ut net .of sw ..............
N1. of ne-', of ne', oIf ine'......
.S'% of ne% of ne of ne%4......
NWtS ti r Ie' ....................
Nw 4' of sw t of sw '1............
Und % int in sev4 of se!' of nw'
Se% of nwlk except e 15.84 chains
of n 6.3= chains.... ............
Sw'j of se% of sw% ..............
\y' of nw'k of net1C of nei........
EVt. of ncl. of nw'% of ne'4 ........
NH!. of sc| of se'. ..............


1 04

1 04


........... 14


Unknown ...........

Unknown ...........


t'nknown

Unknown


1 04

1 04


D13 LaN, W~LA


REAL


ESTATE


Insurance tl
L%


........... 1 S

...........10


Unknown ........... 1 04

G W Ray........... 6 21

R James ........... 1 30


W M Dunn ........

A H Hutchinson'.....
CF Sams.........--

Nettie M Kurtz .....

W W Powell........
Nettie M Kurtz......
J E Moore ........
C W Sperry ........

Nettie M Kurtz......
W W Powell .......
J E Moore ........
W VW Powrll.........

Wm Fitzsimmons....
J E Moore .........

WV W Powell........

W W Powell .......

W W Powell ........
W H Bennett ......
J C Kerr.........
Mrs J C Kerr ......
H 0 Finney ........

W W Powel .......
J E Moore ..........
M D Randolph......
L B Kalor..........
W K Pendleton......
J H Hibbard .......
J S Grifith..........
A E Hazen ........
J P Phillips.........
A D McBride.......
Mrs A E Dupae....
Leveridge & Kinsman
.Kxe ..... .........
Frel'k Bleek .......
Fredk' Block.......
Marshall ...........
A H Hutchinson.....
K F Hibbard .......
c W Moore .........
c 1L Hutchinson....
E F Hibbard .......
T J G oodwin........
A S Manning.......
A S Manning........

J A Stivers........

J A Stivers.........
Maudt l.ynman .......
A V S Smith.........
,rogers & Pyatt......
Marg. G DeForest...

E It Talliaferro.....
F W Erkes ........
W (c Watts and Hrs
of F E Bond.....
B E Hanna .........
I'nknown ...........

Andrew Demps .....
J 1. Nuckols .......
G; F Kitts...........
Louisville Trust Co..
W B Pierce..........

J I. bvemrstr&et......
1 J .,Cok...........

C'lIristina Kodlman....

Isiah Aikins ........

I...\.-ridlge & Kinsman
E xc ..............
Vi. t-ria 4ardner ....
A V S Smlith........
enniie F Griffith......
T J Waldon.... ....
.1 V .mithl .......
I. Hutchinson....
A 1) Mc-Bride.....


1 04

104
I 28

1 84

1 o3
74
1 00
1 cH)

1 04
1 14

100

I 30
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31 M


TZ4
1 30
1 05



1 83
1 1i0










3 o1
1 I8




14 10


2 13
1 30
5 91
2 09
1 (2
8 64






2 64
1 13




3 18



486




3 18
1 S3





2 09

1 00

2 64
2 64
2 64

14 56

















3 18
3 18
4 86

1 54


3 48






6 21

1 44

3 48




3 48


A V -S S.mith........
L"Unknown ........... I
Field & Peninock...... I
T E Joyce.... ...... i
d;ate City Investment
Vo ................ 1
Luknxown ........... I
E (: (utsman......... .
C'hal Schneider ...... 1
Lotuis Ander.on ..... l

Rogers & Pyatt...... 3
Alvii .Anderson .... 3
C K Johnson........ 4
E G Blake.......... 3
F ; lIlake ........ t
Nicholas Aver ...... I
Laura Van Dyke.... .
Ilattic P Smith...... I
Mary E Bailey.......
F I I aileyv.........
lla-in Moore .....
Edwin Moore ...... I
A V S Smith....... 10
SJ !kiegie.... ...... i
Sylvester Brown ..... z
C I1 Parcher ........ i
Sylvester Brown ..... I
.\ Kingsland ........ I
I C llorner .......
Mary W Bragdon ....
I; A Hall .......... 2
.nmna J Klicker .... i
Mary S Carter...... i
j 1. Driver ........ i
1) F Hall .......... 2

I' ( t'.Ilvir ........





1:' dri-Ig "r. ...... it
\" t (J.!tl ...... I

V u' ti mi ,.' t ........... I
IlIarrict I. Sperry.... 7
.Aice ..1 Siencer .... 8
Jo-. Kl us. .............
I lialdrildge. Jr...... tt
i.iddie C lialdridge.. 5






Slk:n ll ... .. .....
.A l rn+io ..i... ..........
\I \ t .isk .. ...... .
S1.1 :tt I. K :i ...... 4
1. > I'.it', :.i-t" ... .. .
j I. \1:"'.. .... ..... .
1 \ lkl I r- :t ....... .
M 1 re -mi;u ..
M c!.'.r .......... .
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DESCRIPTION.


Nw4i of ne'% ..................... 19
Switl of sw!4 of sw% ............ 19
I\ 17.2 chains of 11 of sw'4 of swU'
extt-pt n 3t' cilainls of e 3.2 chains 19
I.ots 2. 3, to, it and 12 blk 4 Lake
Helen ..........................
\\V I-o ft of lots 5 and i, and lots 6
and 9 )l1k 6 Lake Helen.......
Lot 8 ilk 6 Lake Helen .........
Nl._- of flk q.2 Lake Helen .... ..
WV. .i blk 2 l-ake Helen.........
Ail llk 1io. lake Helen ............
..t ,,f K R gradle Ilk tit Lake
I eI !t- ..........................
A!I l,.k I i Lake Ilelen..........
1. :itil ft of w 157 ft of ee
I,1k -. Lake IHelen...............
N'i l hk 14-.: Lake Ilelen............
h* ik 1: Liake Heleen ..........
\\' ..i c e: of n1'a of hot to10........ 3
.' 4 fi lI t 12 ................... 3
s .. ,I lt .2 and e 8 chains of n1 of
I,,t 7 ........................... 4
.'* l1 i t' 3 :11:1d 4............... 4
I: I,11-o it ,,f s 84: ft of n 1460 ft of
!,It I .................. .........
I..i- 3 an:ol 14 even'ss sub in lot I 5
I.': i o. t lot 3 ...... ......... 6
\\ .' .. .4 of n',. of lot 3........ 6
N.. S. oit lot : ...................... 6
S': ,f ,lot 4 except n to chains of
v in chains .................... 7
S%% '4 (f nwl .................-... 25
's of i ........................ ... 26
\V :. ...... ... ....................... 29

.Lots I. 7 S ;Lnd 40 of lot 2...... 30

N'. of lot 2 and1 lo.t 3.............. 30
.-; ,i l..-t .... ----....-------- 31

Sc04 of t104 andl neti of se%- and
t' ..fi IIt!, f 4 4- -.... .... .... 36
I. o- I ; ll. ,if W .! f se4........ 4
l.-,,I t I anl. 7 11su of w1. of se'.... 4
l...t S.. I. & 14 -I.t'll of wi of sel4
l.,t- t. It i- aindl I 13 sub oif w.'
of -0' .... ........ ........... 4
I:chillinal t 4S'- f it w and 99 ft n of
s'. -ori:'r of l.bt A 13. running nu
4-:o it. west 21i, ft. s 420 ft. e 210
it. s.4lh ,f i.- of set-............ ..
l.t 4 s..i l of tie' of swli ..........
l1.o 1 4 anI io II.ul of nw14 of swl4..
I.ols i- i s 15 silub of nw'4 of sw'-4
N 336' It oft lot 4 sub oif w.4 of sec4
Iot )0 -ui of wl-.! of st1. .........
I.o!t .1 sub of -'1 .. ................
1 ,t- 7 aMtd 22 suhb of swt.....
.,t- 3, .. 5. an 13 Assessor's Enter-

%\': of lot 32 Assessor's Enterprise
I- '; of lot 3-2 assessor'ss E.nterprise
I..t 3i') .\Aesr's, Enterprise ......
I..,t 54 .A\tesor's Enterprise .......
.\il ilk i l-.nterprise ............

l.ots ; and 3 lilk : Enterprise......

I .o it blk 3 Enterprise ..........
zI.ts 2 t. 5 inc an.l ti to I5 blk 3
L-luterl rise ....................
1.o-1 7 10 io and 17 to 2o inc blk 3
-nterloris ..............................
I.ots 3, anll 1t6 11lk 3 Enterplrise.....

L.,t 3 hlk t 1:nterprise ..............
l.ot 4 Mlk 4 Enterprise ..........
I: 3 o.f lot- 13 alnd 14 flk 5 Enter-
plrise ...........................
I.its I to to inc blk 8 Asses.tor s
I-.utii rprise ..... .................

l.ots to to10 ine hlk 9 Assessor's
l-nterpriis- .....................

l.ots I, 4 to 9 anid s. of lot 2 hlk
1, Assessor'. s Enterprise ........

St:. of lot rt and lot 12 blk to As-
.essor's Interprise ..............
.ot, i I to S minc hlk i12 Etterprise....

l.,ts 1 to 4 iuc and 7 to 26 ine
llk 13 Enlterprie ...............

All hik 14 Enterprise .............

lots to iI bik t Enterprise ....

All blks 20. 21 and 22 Enterprise

V 1i33 ft of hlk 40 Enterprise....

All blks 41, 42 and 43 Enterprise..

L.ts i to 7 inc ,lk 44 Enterprise..

1.;; 27. -9. 31. 33. .35 37 and 39
storess I'Enterlrise ..............
I.lt I suh ,of lots I and 2..........
E 27 acres of lot 3 ..............
l.ot sub of lots'2 and 3 ........
l-.r of e ....................... ... .
I*'. ,of nw'4 .....................

W\\' of nw'i .....................
I":'1 ,i Iiwn k of nw14 ..............
S Iw 4 of 11 '4 .....................
W I-o. of sw4,. ......................
Lot 2 .......... ..................
I 1n45(o it of s 700 ft of lot 3....
\ it chain of s io chains of n o5
chains of lot 8 I'ulow tract.... ..
l.ot 4 ald etC_ of Iw 1f 10i nwk of
n1w1,4.... .. .. .... ... ...... ...
N 400, ft of lot 8 ...........-......
N 400 It of lot I a or Kitchell lot
No. 9 .................. *..-....
Lot t .......................
.ot 3 As-ssor's Triton Beach ......
NW'. of tiat Iart of lot 14 per deed
ItoNk 42 page iSf Assessor's Triton
:`-af h ...... .. ... .. ........
Part of lot 14 per deed book 43 page
308 .\sessor's Triton Beach ......
L,,t n and s 6-. ft of lot 8 blk 4
Triton Beach...................
l.os b an.d 7 and n 122 ft of lot 8
hik 4 Triton Beach.............
I.ot o ILk i ormond Reach..........
l.ot 6 hik 2 Onrmond Bcach ........
N 577 ft of w 770 ft of nwWL of ne14
E 726 ft of net- of ne'c n of road
W 594 ft of net of tne' n of road
\V .10 ft of t112 of e 669 ft of s
1340 ft of eS's of ne%4...........
W 651 ft of ec of ne' s of road..
Lots 6 and 7 blk a sub of K lot 6
)rmnnd ........... ......- .....
l.ots 16 an4 17 blk z sub of R lot 6
t )rnm nd .........................
L.ots II & lia sub of R lot 7 Ormoind
l.ots (' & Ca sub of R lot 7 Ormond
l.o.t Y sub of R lot 7 Ormond....
l.ot I:' sub, of R lot 13 Ornmond....
E 93 6-1o ft of lot 1 sulb of R lot 14
nt >rin St._. of n 1110 ft of e ISo ft of lot A
sui of (rt lot 3 Ormond........
SI., of Ion ift of lot E sub of G;rt
lot 41.. Portion, ..d ... ...............
l.ot- .A and It suh of Grt lot 9 Or-


.nlond ..... ....... ........ .....
I olt C sub of (;rt lot It Onond....
l..1t I sub of trt lot i 1 Ormond
l.ot to. Andulusia 11k Granada, Jr-
mnioi l ...........................
L.t 4 andl e~ f lot 5 hlk 2- ay-
home. ( Ormond ................
Lot blk-'2 layvlomney, Ormnond....


S A <. uiil ...........

A .1 S'mith ........

J Reif. Trustce ......
J R Hurst .........
F iBahcock ..........
Mitchell ti:'l ......
.\ V, S .nlil ..

E J Montgur.er...
Je f t o:lins .......
T C Colliis .........
j K \\ .\1 C :irklandl ......
t'nkaiotk n ...........
M C.' Kirkland, ......

Kat? & Enla ....
t; 1 t oll.y .....

(; I' Colhv .........
I N ohlnson t i .......
E ; Blake.. ........
T It .McVirlet .....
E 4; Blake ........
K S Baker..........

W I llechner .....
C C tCarpelcter ......
("C (Carlpenter ......
'- Enima I. Tucker and
A M Stead ........
Emnia I. Tucker and
A. M Stead.... ....
; E aid .1 M MOrtion
I-runta 1. Tucker and
M St,-a.d .......

1 > Monroc ........
( "known ...........
Rachel .lMarks... .....
1'I mko it ...........

U'iknowin ...........


17 13 32
21 13 32


2 14 32 25


14 32
14 32
14 32

14 32
14 32


I.8t 8 hlk I Liberia. Ormond......
I.,, im) k 2 Liberia. Orinond....
I..- I Ilk .13 L.i-ria. (Orlnond ......
Il..t 2 lk 3 1Lilwria. Ormond ......
I..t to lk 4 aI-ca. O ntrmond ......
\V.' ,i f lot 3t2 ak 4 Iavega. ()rmond
1 .s 4 :lnd ; hik 3 Melrose. Ormond
I.ts I. -2. 20 and 21 blk 4 Melrose,
O iminlt l .................... .. .
l.t-. 7. R alll 19 hlk 4 Melrse.
lrn ul ....... ...... ...........
I.-.t o 11k 7 Mlr..se. (Ormond....
1.,t -4 .I.essr's Melrse. Ormond..
S.,I .1 sseors Lo.wer Ormnnd
Ieach ..........................
I ..ts 4 & 5 .-s.csor's lialifax Beach
I.ol.s 6. 7 andi 8 .Assessor's Halifax
Reach ...........................
l.,",i 13 anl 14 .\sessor's Halifax
Ik,'ach ..........................
l.ols 15 and3 16 Assessor's Halifax
li:cacl ..... .......... ...... ..
\V i -,o ft of s. of n1,-u of lot 3..
I.ot .............................
L., s i and 6 lik i 1su1 of lot I....
I ol siluh f lot 1 ................
l.-t : situ of lot i .. ................
I. t 3 .ub .of lot I ........ ......
1it s s.1>h ,f lot I ..............
1 ,t -ih .,f hlot I ................
I ,ot I M lltiirna1 tlez I l.- t a;id -sI; IM lernandez t;rt
S. ,t 1o N I \1 Icruandlez. rt........
S,.i- -- :.-il -'s w of road. J M lter-
:1in lh z ,;it .....................
1 .t blk 1 Iin.ltl tract of Fitch C(rt
l..t 7 blk 3 ll.n.l tract of Fitch Grt
l..t -*0 hlk 3 Iland tract Fitch C.rt
I rq ..8 b:k 4 Ilanli tract Fitch crt
...t 34 hbk 4 land tract Fitch (rt
I ,. *il hk Flminug Fitch Grt....
I 1. I- .....:;... II..11.. tll1


2 Wm Brown .........
2 known ...........
4 Lo.uisa Sallners......
6 \A Itr ........
2 J lS .nuith ..........
Go ;ail tBranniig .......
7 Jtohn irr ...........
J IS i J ul:'. Is 1 r........

A T Ilackstetter ...

T 1- Marr....... ...
6 \V I'cderhill .......
S 1ElizaSinitli .. ..... .
Eiiula 1. Tucker ani.
A\ M Stead .......
EIIIma I- Tucker atnl
.\ M Stadl .......
W A Warnock ......

Emma I. Tucker ....

A IS Denison .........
Emmaa 1. Tucker and
A M Stead .......
Emnua I. Tucker andl
A. \i Stead .....
\'V C Crowell .....

Emma I. Tucker ....

Emma I. Tucker and
A M Stead ......

Emma L Tucker and
A M Stead .......

Emma I. Tucker and
A M Stead .......

C L Atkins & Sont....
Emma I. Tucker and
A M Stead .......

Emma I. Tucker and
M. Stead ......
Emma L Tucker atns
.AM Stead ......
Emma I. Tucker andl
A AM Stead ......
Emma L Tucker amd
A M Stead .......
'Emma I. Tucker and
A M Stead .....
Emma 1. Tucker anti
A M Stead ......
Emma 1. Tucker and
A M Stead .....

Fmma L Tucker ...
4 A S Brown .........
27 I B Iohnon ......
6 I'nktt wn ..........
80 T Wilso, .........
So Emma I. Tucker ani
A M Stead ......
So E D1 Stalfiord. .. .
20 A C. Bushuell .. ....
40 W t'n.lerbill .......
Ho iE II almner .......
57 ilrs of J I' Ilarle
23 I'nknown .........

18 T C Hacker ......

16o J I Bryan ........
io Recc. C Iluston ..


Rece. C Iluton ...
II B Shaw .......
tesie Di IDuduy..


1) 1. .Mclasken ..

A 1 Kim nall ......

A R Kimball ......

1) L McClasken.. .
Mary Fagan ......
Ed Hiller ..........
I L L.amond .....
E T .I'lham ......
S A Murray .....

C It Murrav ......
Murray & Co ......
F A C(riffith......

Alice Hills .......
( F Beed ....... .
IJ Kinney ......
SI) Iargen........
Cora Spalding ....

Adrew Peak ......

Marv D t onov .
0
R R Prie-t ......

C S ooo. .......
.\licer \ il .....
C II Murray .....

W.n Fiancis ......

He rv \Vat-.,n ...
I'. I. (I 1F. I...I
Trustees ........
V J Nichols .....
Jamnle ', i .....
"T R Banks ......
W S Willis ......
Alice Hunter ......
W W Willp......
W A Rose ......

G I) Hudson .....
C. D Hudson .....
J1hn Kenne.ly ...
W'm \lininig ......


6 (7
3 421
I 39

2 38
I 9.;


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DESCRIPTION.


Ne!4 and e of se% ..............

.S t; acres of n'/ of Icht 2..........
All ..............................-

All ...............................
I 0
Nai' of ne't and nA; of nwj except
n 552'.; ft oIf w 552' ft..........
E I o t sC. of "e! ..............
IE dl-o ft of 5 340 ft of w 845 ft of
sw'; of se"'......................
Lot 6 sub of n'x of swl. .........
\ : .................. ..........


NI e : antdi e of se1t and nw'\. of she's


4 J of 1 o ,t 4 hIk 31 aytna...
4" 5' ft o 1 n -.. of lt i I.k slt
4 ,f .. of lot 4. blk 3. Iayt.oia
i3 fl.ot 5. blk I. suh b f s., of it 4.
I.. i 37 ,ik .11. Ilaytoia...... .... ......
6 ot ib.. lhk 2 suh of ,I'. of lot 4. tlk
3I. ayt la .... .......... ....
.- 3 iS l.,ts : Aud 2. blk I.udwig sub. hIk
.12. I)atoIna........ ... .
3 4 l.',t I. lik 2 L.udaig sub. hlk 32.
I t. na- a .. .. .... .. ............
-.. "4 |..lt ,. blk : L.ludwig suh. llk .-,
iaytlja .. .. .. ...... .. .
... 2 1 .*tr *,. ik 2* Ludwig suh. Mlk 3.
.. 4 h ;voa.......................
3I Lot .. hlk .3 I.udiig i suh. dk 1j2.
* 3 3 I)a~tloia ......................
. .I o' 8 .,at 4. adlk 3 L.udlwig .uh. hlk 12.
... .3 11. It o i. .. ....... ....... .... ..
S 3 I.,,t :. hlk 4 1-.d ig -t sub, hlk .32.
S-- 1 8 Da t.-na... ...... ...... .... ....
-.. 3 iR I.t i an.d hlk 5 Lulwig suh. hlik
-- 3 3 '. I ytna.. .... ........ ....
r.. 5 *, I..r- atldI 4. hilk I..ud- wis. uh. hik
4 .2. I yttona.. .... .... ......
I ft -. hlk .LuIh. ig -,ub. hlk 32.
-. 3 18 lD tt !on1 ........ .... ..... ...
. n ,' I,,t ,. hlk s l.ulwig. sutb. Ilk 32.
S 7 a a ...... .. .. .
i .. ,t ,. ,lk .hltMiv suhb. blk .i2.
S" D .n :o a .... .. .. .... .. ...
1 ,., '..t ,. hik I s-ih ,.f hot 4. lIk 1-.
... na .. .. .... ......
-I *, .. .


W B Reed ..........
Belle 1) Johnoun ....
C N Harvey.........

Mary E Smith.....
W\ 1[ Hatch .........
T C Caruthers ......
lennie r Adams .
llrs of C C Post....
4; E Terwilleger.....
C T Crosby ........
F ; Stewart........
S E Morris. Jr......


II -i *; ~-~ "- ^.- '

DESCRIPTION. -





Lot 9. blk sub of lots to and 15,.
bik 52, Daytona...... .......... E A
Lot 9. blk 3 sub of lots 1o and 15.
bik l.. Daytona.... .... ...... S
Lot 5. b6k s, Wall's sub, blk 5z, p .
Daytona.. ................. U..
Lot $,'t bk j, Wall's sub, blk 5,
Daytona. ............ .... ... WH tet;
Lots 3 and 4. blk 2, Wall's sub. bik
5, Daytona .. ......... ......... G H r--& -
Lot 7. bik 2. Wall's sub. blk 52.
Daytona............ ......... J A McNil ......
Lot 2o, bik 2, Wall's sub, blk 51.
Daytona.. ...... ...... ..... R L Murrell......
Lot 33, blk 2, Wall's sub, blk 52.
Daytona........ ............ H H Thompso.. .
Lot 37, blk 2, Wall's sub, bk 52,
Daytona.................. Hamp James.. ....
Lot 42, blk z, Wall's sub. blk 52,
Daytona...... ......... J A .McNeil... ....
Lot 44. bik 2, Wall's sub, bik 52.
Daytona .. .. .... ......... and W T'Siail
Lots I and 2. blk 3. Wall's sub. blk
52, Daytona ............... .. E J Jordan.. .....
Lot 3. blk 3. Wall's sub. blk 52.
Daytona.... ................ Annie Jordan...
E 33 ft of lot 4. bik 1. (-reeune'
sub, bik 53. Daytona.......... %V W Jones.... ..
Lot 5. blk I. Greene's sub. blk 53,
Daytona.. ................ Amanda Denmark..
Lot a2, blk 4. Greene's sub. blk 53.
Daytona...... .. ............. AC Fuquay...
Lot 23, blk 4, G4rcene's sub, blk 53.
Daytona.... .. .............. Mamie Jackson..
Lot 24. blk 4, Greene's sub, blk 53.
Daytona.................. Rebecca Barnes..
NY of lot 6. bik 5, Gireene's sub,
bik 53, Daytona.............. arah Thompson..
Lot IS and 16, blk 5. Greene's sub.
blk 53. Daytona.... ............ ll Jones......
Lot 21, sub of lot I, blk 54. Day-
tona.. ...................... It Pratt...... ..
Lot 25, sub oi lot i, blk 54, Day-
tona................... .... H C lcLain.....
N 65o ft of w lo5 ft of lot 9, bik
54. Daytona.................. Robert Paramour..
Lots 9 and 1o, sub of lots I and 2,
bik 55. Daytona.... .. ........ Daytona E- & I T


93 Sw.'4 of nwl except s 630 ft of e
I to 400 it .................... ..... 17 19 32
71 E 420 it of 0 e of net4.......... 1I 19 32
03 All blk 3 ()stet n ..................
i of n 1 to it of e 1i ft of lot I
2 b ik 2 ~ .;teen ..................
4 ...t ........................... 2 1 32
1.,.t- "I and -2. blk 3 1: aind Sea-
8 o hr e e ... .................... ..
7 7. I.t- and 6 hik 4 It and .S ?-ahrce/e
I 4 I. 1. c atnd S-. of lot 14 and n'% ,of
i ,o ..~.t It. hik 4 1 and .S Seabreeze. -
.* o l.1,t- 4 anl 5 h1k B and S Seal rerze
5 o, 1...*- .. 9 and I, except e lJo ft of
bLk 6 It atnd S Seabreeze .........
,4 l.ot 6 bik to I: and S .;cabrceze ....
3 1 S 1-3 of lot 9 and n 13 of lot to blk
I 8. 4 Rogers Seabreeze ..............
XN2 oi lot 11 blk 4 Rogers Seal>reeze
S5s .V 5S ft of e o18 ft of lots 1 and 2
anl s 43 ft of e 50 ft of lot 2 blk
4 38 5 Rogers .cabrcezc ..............
2 38 I.ot- 4 and ; bik 5 Roger-s Seabreeze
l.ots i. to and it hlk 7 Rogers Sea-
S;.~ hreeze ...........................
l.ots i- and 13 hlk 7 kRgers S-abreeze
3 48 l.ot l', blk Ii R.ger- Scalrceze....
74 Part per deedl bt.sk 42 pagy 48 hlk rX
I 8 Rogers Siehrceze ................
3 IS ..,t 2 blk 3 East :Daytoina..........
l.o t 1; blk -7 iast Iayto ta ........
3 48 ,,i lot to bi1k .t East Daytoia
l.ot I and blk 21', East Daytona
.t ; at 4 lk 2t1:i East I)avtola
I.-t hlk 24 East aytona ........
i o I.,t 3 l h1k o East )ayvtsona........
74 lI.ott I. 3 and 6 Ifk 431' East l)aytona
'" o l.,,t. -*. 3 4 a ,'l 7 hlk 43'- IEast I )a
K j ton1 3 ............................
xI 'l,,. intt. in lot I hlk 3 Meme ,nto
i S lo.,t 4 Ilk 4 lemtento ..............
I ,s I.,, hL lk 4 Mnemeno ..............
4 1; l... 2 blk 8 MeIenet to ...........
SS ft on \alley str. of lot ; hlk io
I "T0 M emento ........................
'4 l.,: ;wr kdeed Isok 43 page 2ot.0 llk
2 "4 I nleit eito ...................,
4 56 I All 1blk 25 M menetto ..............
74 l.ot it hlk I I avtIIna Ieaicli......
I..>t I8 llk I lavt.oia Beach-........
4t 7" I.I 1u hi, lk I I)aytolla Beach .......
w j3 s it of ,lot 7 anl S hllk 2
4 I)Davitna lIach ..................
iI .7 l.ot, 1i and 1 ik 2 :iDaytota Beach
l.t, f. 3 .2 ail .13 1.1k 3 Il)a to.a
6 21 l' aclh ................. ..........
l.ot (, w of 'itr le Itr. hlk I Hu1lu--t
4 t'N ult divi-ion .................... .
S St. (,f n'II of e 200oo it of lot 1
2 '3 lk 2 Huston subdivision.......
i 54 it t, of 3e5 ft of hlt 52 Atlantic
1 4 14ty ............................
I 83 N 2o ft of lot 2 .. .... ........... 16 15 3
I 1-ot 3 ............................. 1 15 3
S84 6O t of 13i00 it on river of 4
lot 4 ........................... 32 Ii 3
S1.t I and s;! of lot 2 and n1.. of
1 34 lot 7 ........................... 31 15 3
l.ots 7. I and 12 sub of lots i aud 2 33 15 ;
ILot E cxccIt w 5o ft of .uftherry
S34 sullivision ...................... 33 15
Sl.ot 18 blk 14 South Orita ........
S34 E 5o ft of a j25 ft of lots 15 and
tO blk 5 Kingston...............
I 04 7 tt of lots 5 and Io hblk 5
Kingston ..................
I 04 Lot I bik 9 Kingston..............
S Lot 12 Mlk 7 Kingston...........
Lot I b!k 9 Kingston.............
1 34 Lot 4 hlk 14 Kingston ............
I.ot 7 Po.ton's sub blk 15 Kingston
1 04 N it fi w I83 tt of lot 3 anid w
1 3 tftot is '/ of lot 4 hik 3
S 4 l)avtona ...........................
S 1l.ots 2 and 3 lk 3 sub of lots I and
t 3 2 anld s. of lot 3 bik ;5 Iaytna
1 E3 75 it tof 25o fit f lot o ,lk 5
S 1)4 i 1 avttona ........................
I E 10I7 t ot w 417 ft ,f lot 6 blk 5
I 04 I avtoza ........................
d l l.ot 9 '.k i suh of Mbk o Daytona
1 04 I .ot -.3 lk i -ttb of hik 6 Daytona
S\ -o ft of lot 9 bik 2 sub of flk 6
SI .vt a .......................
St oo b t ft lot 3 and w 298 ft of
S. 30 it of lot 4 blk 8 laytona....
E oo it iof of ilot 5 blk 8 Ikty-
S o8 t o1n ..... ......................
d I E 2.5 it of s 30 ft of nti- of lot 5
Sblk $ Daytona ..................
S2 4 E 2io ft of n1t of lot 2 blk 9 lDay-
64 toua .............................
I ) oo NeI4 of lot i hlk i lDaytona ....
2 : t9 W\ 11 ft of lot I blk 12 Daytona
1- I oI..t o hlk 15 Iaytona ............
S 2 o) 1.-ot 4 hlk io Ilaytoua ............
1 67 N'.. of lot 2 blk 17 Iaytona.........
W :5, fit .of lot 6 blk IS )ayhmna
S 3 17 I.ot I blk 2 o laytona ..............

S 59 .ot 2 bik 20 Daytona............
i 67 N 3'. ft of '93 ft of lot 1 blk 22
I lavtonla .........................
S 8 I.o t i bik 22 I aytona ..............
a 67 i l.ot 5 except e 1; ft of s 15o ft blk
I 83 i 3 D aytona .....................
SLots 3. 4 and 5; bik i lFoote's sub
1. hk 3 I baytona ................
.. 4 I.o 3 bk -ortc' sub MWk 23 Day-
tona ............................
.. 4 Lot 6 blk 3 F.wte's sub blk 23 Day-
i 0o4 l.ot .3 bk 2 suh f lot 4 blk 25 Ilay-
toua ........ ...........
S 04 l.ot 3 hlk l suh of w .-3 of lot 6
I 8. bik 20 Iaytlona ..................
..o i, 1 ot; : lian h hlk I sub of w 2-3 of
I i lot 6 bik 26 Dayto,,a..........
I. o !,ot.s adr 2 hik 2 sub of u w 2-3 of
i 2 s i t o blk 2th Daytona ............
E 1-3 of lot 7 Mlk 26 Daytona.......
.. -'8 l.ots 24 and 2; sub of lots 2 antI 7
blk 28 l )a tona ..................
S.. t I I-.ot .*8 1Lk n subh of lots 3. 4 and 5
l k .S I aytnia .................
-. 3 48 I.ot 5 blk -* suh of lot., 3. 4 and s5
-. It 37 k -*: Iayto, na .................
.. 44' l.ot IS blk -uh b of lot, 3, 4 and 5
.. 3 I'8 bk 28 Iaytna ...............
. 2 '9 !.Lo 7 hlk 3 ..ub of lots 3. 4 and 5s
blk -8 Daytona ..................
.. 2 39 Il.ots, 5 and 6 bhk l sub of lot 6 hlk 2.~
I aytona ........................
S2 13 l ot., I and 2 Mlk 2 sub of lot 6 Mbik
2' S I Davtona .....................
2 94 L.t uitb ,,f lot n bik 2*8 Davtona
l.ot 2 siul of lot 8 hik 28 lDaytona
S3 41 .,, Lt i .h of lot 8 blk 28 IDatona
.. 1 3 lot 16 sub of lot 8 blk .8 Daytoina
.. l.ots 9, 2, anl d -i:. suhl of lot .. hik
i2 *3 S 2. D aytona.. .................
2 1 ,E 8 it of lot i n of llighhic line
6bk --9 D)avtoia ..................
-- .t E, of lot 3 i of ilighbie line hik
ge 29 i avtona .....................
-- 4 \\" of hlot 3 aid lot 4 ii of Highbie
* 3 I, line h1k 29 Ilavtota ............a
*- 3 'S Lot i n of liighbic line hlk 3o DaIy-

.- 3 s ,,* -*L and 3 -sub of s1,. of n ,', of lot
.. .3 I' 4 Ilk 31 Daytona ..............
3 18 W. .,f e,-a. of lot 1o suh of s.. oft
1 3 n3'I1 of lot 4 bik 31 Ilavytona ......
N 5o it of e b161 ft of lot a hMk i subh


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Elmer Oliver.... .... 4 08


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Lots ii and 12, sub of lots i and 2,
blk 55, Daytona...... ........
L-,t 17. sub of lots I and 2, blk 55-
Daytona ...... .... ..... .......
Lots 26, 27 and 28, sub of lots
and 2, blk 55, Daytona.... ......
Lot 5. blk 55. Iaytona.... ......
W g. ft oi e l04 it of n 13o ft of
lot 18. blk 55, Daytona.. ......
Lots 3 and 4, sub of lot 3. blk 5o.
Daytona.. ...... ...... ........
S 7o ft of Marsh e of lot 6. bik bo.
Daytona.... .... ...... ......
Lots i and 2, sub of lots ., 2 and 3.
blk 61. Daytona.......... ....
Lot 3. sub of lots ;. 2 and 3. blk ba.
Daytona .... ........ .... ......
Lots to, lo and toy sub of lotl I.
and 3. bik 61, Daytona.... ....
Lot 1t. sub of lots I. 2 and 3. blk
61. Daytona..................
Lot 13, sub of lots i, 2 and 3, blk
6t, Daytona ................
Lot 132 ft by ~5 it e of lots and
2, blk 61 Daytona.............
WL -of e 125 ft of lot i and w*/ of
e 125 ft of-n s= ft of lot bik 04
Daytona ...... .... .... ........
Lot 6, blk 66, lDaytona...........
W 55 ft of e i(mo it of lot ,, blk Wu.
Daytona .....................
W ;S ft -of e 15s ft of lot I. blk
69. Daytona..............
W z-3 of lot 5, blk 69, Daytona....
Lots 4 and s. blk fI. sub of lot 4
and e% of lot 3, blk 70, Daytona..
E i2o ft of lot 5, blk 70, Daytona
W 27% ft of lot S and C 47 ft of
lot 8, blk 70, Daytona........
Lot 7, sub o of 1 lot3, blk 71.
Daytona.. .... .. .. .........
W! of lot 3, blk 71, Daytona.. ..
Lots i and sbk i. sub of lot 4.
blk 71. Daytona.... .. .......
Lot 7, blki, sub of lot 4, blk 71.
Daytona ....... .. .........
Lot 5. bik 2. sub of lot 4. bIk 71.
DUatona ............ .......
Lot 7. sub of of lot 3, bik 71.
Daytona ..... .. .............
Lots r and 3. sub of w'A of lot 5.
blk 71, Daytona......... ....
W 1-3 of e 165 ft of lot 6 s of canal,
blk 71. laytona .... ...........
W% of e -0o ft of lot 6 so of canal.
blk 71. Daytona... ...............
E to ft of w 1i-8 ft of lot 6, lilk
71, Daytona..... .. .. ........
W s5 ft of e 88 ft of lot 7. hik
71, Daytona ................
E 60 ft of w 1io ft of lot 7. blk
71. Daytona.................
N 100 ft of w 50 ft of Cei, of lot 8,
blk 71. Daytona...... .. ....
N% of lot 2, blk 87. Daytona......
Lot 9. sub of lots t and 2. bib 2.
Coleman's, Daytona...........
Lot z e of Daytona ave. hlk 2. Cole-
man's, Uaytona.................
N 40 ft of c 6oo ft w of Dlaytona
ave. lot 3. blk 2. Colenau'.s, Iaytona
N 40 ft of e 400 ft of lot 3. blk
z. Coleman',. Daytona.. .....
l.ots i. 2 and 3. sub of t 5jo ft of
lot 6. blk -. Coletman'. .aytona
E'i of w 230 ft of lot ib s of
ditch, blk 3. Coleman's, laytona..
Lot 9. blk i. sub of lot t8, bik 3.
Coleman's. avtona................
Lot 12, ltk i. sub of lot 18. blk 3.
Colnan's, Daytona.. .... ......
Lot 8, blk 2. sub of lot 18, blk 3.
Colemans, Daytona...........
Lot 9, bilk 2 sub of lot 18. blk 3.
Coleman's. Daytona............
Lot 1o, blk 2. sub of lot 18. blk 3.
Coleman's. Daytona....... ....
Lots 26 and 27, blk 3. Coleman '.
Daytona.. ....... .. ...........
El of lot 28, blk 3, Coleman'R .
Daytona.... .. .. .. .. ......
Lot 42, bik 3., 'olman's, Daytona..
Lot 2, bik 4. C(oleman's. Daytona..
W 237 ft of e 887 ft of lot 4. blk
.4 Coleman's. Daytona.. .......
Lot to. blk i, Rogers. IJaytona....
3t 73 ft of w 249 ft of lot 26. hbk
I. Rogers, laytona.............
Lots i and 2, blk 2, Roger, Dayton,) a
Lots 4. 5 i d e 1o ft of lot 9. and
lot to and wt- of lot I blk 2.
Rogers, Daytona...... .......
E 35 it of w 40 ft of lot 9 and cel/
of lot tt and lot 12; blk Rogers,
Daytona ..................
Part of lot 14. being south 1 2of
n too ft of w 0oo it, blk 3. Rogers,
Daytona ...... .. ...........
Lot 7. blk 3. Bethume t;rtn......
Lot 3 to 13 inc blk 6. Ulthuntc
Grt...... .. ... .. .... ........
Lot 14. Blake..... .. .. .. ......
Lot 131. Blake.... .. .. ........
Lot 2, assessors, Blake.. ..........
Lots i and 2, blk i. u)unlawton,....
Lots t. and 4. blk 2, Dunlawton....
L.t i. bik 6., Dunlawton........
Lot t, blk i. sub of lot ........
Lots 4 and A. blk 5, sub of lot i
Lot 6. bik B. Port Orange... ....
Lots i and 4. sub of lots ,. 2 and 3.
blk K. Port Orange..........
Lots 7. 8 and 9. sub of lots ., 2 and
3. blk K, Port Orange... .. ....
W 95 ft of e 245 ft of lot 4, blk

Lots 7 and 12. bik i. Aliens. Port
Orange.. .. ... .... ........
Lot t B, .ub of lots 3 and 4....
Und '2 int in lot fi. sub of lots t.
2 and ...... ................
N 7-8 of lot 3..... ............ .
S t.8 of lot 3...... .............
Ne... ........................
Se 6 acres of niw of w'. ....
Lot 24. blk 5. -l'bert,,n .ut, s.f l..t-
Sand 2........... ..................
W'A of 5c,4 of sw'4 ..................
Sc.' of ne%...................
S 4 of lot t and lots 3. 4 and 5.-..
Sw4 of nt/ ex 5 acres per deed
book 1l. page 385....-........
Lot 2. ..... .........................
Lot 3 C. Runch CGrt..............
Lt 3, bik 3. sub of lots 2 and 3..
Lots I and 2 and se ofi ner and
nwtj of ,c%........ ..............
Wm William.. tirt ...............
Lots I and 6......... ..........
All. ...... ............. ...........


41 15 33

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3 16 33
1 i6 33


P J Hawley, trustee.
P 1 M allory.. .. ...

B A rmstrong....
Mary E V Mansfield..
Hrs of J N Jones....
E F Oates.........
lirs of H P Hand ..
Hrs of H P Hand....
lirs of H P Hand...
O larecki...........
Hr. of I1 P Hand....
A V S Smnith.. ....

J W Jhuson.. ....

1 W J.hobnti .......

F 4; Stewart.... ..

I) E Lyon ...... ...
I T Wyatt.... .. ..

J A Shanks........
Alex Manning.. ....
S Curran..........
hic S Knowles ....
. W Johns.on.. ....


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Hrs of T Solomon.... 6 a2
Drew Monroe & Co.. 8 64


W Z Hayman's ......
> W D Benson .......
o Hodges. O'Hara &
Russell Co ........
o Hodges. 'Hara &
Russell Co ........

35 D C. Monroe .......
I i; Monroe .......
I)rew Monroe -& Co..

Mrs E C Graves.....
S Anna M Quackenbos..


it 67
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firs of C H Brush... 7 59
Hrs of C 1 Brush .. 7 -9

(;eo E Walker....... ii 67
- Hrs of C H Brush.. 7 -9

E T Secombe ....... 2 13
Jennie Finley ....... 12 75

R H Hilton.. ..... o4
%V' P Langworthy .... 8 64


T H and A C Keating 42 oo
'T I Keating. ...... 25 02
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Eliza A Skilton...... 20 07

Wm Cathron... ..... 8 oo

M1 H Zuber.. ...... -o 07


Lucy E Morris.......
ilrs of W T Stewart
T H Keating.........
W F Knight ........
Jennie B Owens......


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C 11 Brush..... .. ..

Hrs of Mattie Baker..

J S Small.........

Jno Johnson........

Minnie Morgan.... ..

Alex Swiason.......

E A Henry.. .. ....

E B Perkins .......


Frank Owens ........ 2 13


Unknown ...........
Hrs of C C Post....
Bovd Shoemaker .....
A T Sims ..........
0 S Payne ........

N V Howard .......
II A Blodgett.........

Hrs of I. D Huston..

Eva M Rollinson.....

E C Hartwell.. .. ..

Annie I) Rawson.....
Edwin White ........
laura Schultz .......

J H Cook ...........

Jno Yelvington ......
E M Snow.. ......

W V Carter..........
J A Van Valzah.....

CC Bohanontu .......

C H Pollitz .........
Rachell Arnett......
W F Edwards ......
Emily E Pioston .....
Mary E Baintner ....
Chase Lee ...........


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A R Mansfield ....... 13 4


A P & J R Anthony

Clara A I lespland.. ..

)D C Silver .........
Margart Green .....
Margaret Green.

E J Mills ..........

lHrs A S Briggs ....


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17 3
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Jennie D White...... IS 2

F A White........... 8

Catherine E Moore .. 15 2
Jane H Allen ...... 31 8
W W Mayers ...... 27 o
J H Payne ......... z9 4
B L Armstrong...... 19 7
L 0 Smith........... 2 I
Hrs of S H Kolman 7 7
B' L Armstrong...... 6o 8
B A Armstrong..... 48 7

E Dillingham ....... 29
Jlrs of A S Briggs.. lo

I.eon Despland ...... 8


H Van Dorn .......

L Z Burdick........

Bertha Tesi ........
4
J F Williams .......

E Davis...... ...

I'nknown ...........

knownn ...........
t; I. Pellette.........
Dave Shannon ......

loses Wright .......

Bettie Ward ........

M T Careyv.........

Ada Blocker ..........

C; M Wallace .....

David Rankins....

Leah Vanders .......
Edonm oP.,num .......
Elma Bonuil......
Lizzie Bonum .......
Henrietta Patton

Hrs of Cath. Wilson..


I) T Straghn ........

P Edwards .........

E and W Edwards...

.eo H Clarke ......

Je Colyer ..........

S E lullar1 ........

Ed Johnson .........

Nora J Nelson......


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L:known...... ....

.M Cole.... .. .. ..
I-red Brubaker......

Jeff (;amble........

J A R 'an Duzcr..

E T Conrad........

W K McBeth.......

E A Lindberg.... ..

.aud 11M Marsh-....

1. I Johnsonl.. ......

Claude 8 Carter.....

U V iBracey..... .


Ed1 Mansfield.......
E .\A ryant.... .. ..

Maud Refore.......

Joe 'Villiams..... ..
.\loses Cohen......

Chas Lockart.......
P and M L Counts..

J Avery...... -....

f'mma L Edwards ..
IFrank Wilson.. .....

Moses Wright......

Moses Dargen......

J E Bryant.... ....

Mary Counts-......

Hzrs of Ross Miller..

Daniel Anderson....

Anna K Smith......

A B and F Boles....

Isabelle Ford.. .....

Ben Hogan .......


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Ila Odum.. ....... 2 87
C F Kerr.. .. ..... 14 94

E B Perkins ...... 097
J T Stewart.. ...... to tI

.\ B Parkinson.. .... 1 97
J F Stewart.. ..... to t

A A Stewart.... ...30 03


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*Our stock is very complete in all
lines and storewill remain open all
I amer. Let a be your jewelers.
L. H. FIaE & Co., The Jewelers.
Sheriff E.L. Smith was in the
*city Monday afternoon.
S Mrs. J. L Obermade a visit to
Jacksonville'the latter part of last
week.
Mrs. Katherine Miller closed the
Comfort Shop Thujs lay for the
summer.
The revival services at the Bap-
tist church will commence next
Tuesday evening, May 25, at 7:30.
Mrs. Adalene Lourcey and daugh-
ter, who recently moved to this city
from Cocoa, are located on West
Orange avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Stewart and
Mr. Stewart's mother closed their
Fairview avenue home last week
and returned to Evanston, Ill.
*Evelyn Clark, piano teacher, 124
South Beach street. tf\
Joseph Oaborne returned Satur-n
day from Jacksonville where he had
been attending the annual Grand
Lodge meetings of several of the
| Masonic bodies.
*Young's Pharmacy for Cobs.
Mrs. A. A. Robert returned Sat-
S rday from Hastings, where she had

joined Mr. Robert at their home on
North Beach street.
Mrs. L Ft Ellenwood went to
St. Augustine by train Friday af-
ternoon of last week and returned'
.with Capt Ellenwood on the
steamer Cherokee the following day.
*Box paper and writing tablets
.at Young's Pharmacy.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Adler, of
Magnolia avenue, closed their resi-
dence Tu'eday and departed on the
morning train for the north, going
p first and temporarily to Louisville,
"Ky.
Cool. C. M. Bingham, while in at-
tendance last week at the annual
meeting at Jacksonville of the Flor-
ida Funeral Directors and Embalm-
ers Association, received the honor

ganization.

o HAKIeNS The Druggist.
0 *Rexall Cedar Flakes, moth pre-
ventative. For sale at Young's
SPharmacy.
S Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ney closed
their Second avenue home last week
Sand departed for Quincy, Mass.,
for the summer. Mr. Ney, accom-
panied by J. B. Garrison, drove his
auto to Jacksonville for shipment
from that point. They had an ex-
cellent trip, the running time being
just seven hours.
s'LosT-Will the lady on wheel
whopicked up black silk bag on
corner of 1st avenue and Beach St,,
Please leave it at 401 North Beach
' street or the postoffice at Daytona
SBeach.


SMr. and Mrs. J. G. Brown gath-
S eed together a number of friends
l es Saturday and entertained them
their c U tge on the ocean beach.
S The party enjoyed a very pleasant
4 y, having their lunch and supper
before returning home. The affair
1 was in the way of a farewell as Mr.
S a' d Mrs. Brown will go north for
the summer.
S*Foi SALE--At very moderate
Irwe. a refrigerator. Apply Bide-
SA-Wee cottage, Daytona Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Brown left
|l Monday for Orlando, where they
; t visit for a few days with Mr.
S t-rown's brother and then go on to
*igiummeee and Tampa, spending
~z rl weeks at the latter place be-
P continuing their journey to
West, where they expect to
S d the summer. They will re-
Sto Daytona next winter.


tThe prices have been reduced by
the manufacturers on the Real Rose
hat pins. Nothing prettier for a
summer hat.
GEo. H. CLARK, Jeweler.
Judge J. Lee McCrory was in the
city from DeLand Tuesday.
Miss lanthe Bond returned home]
last week from Fort Pierce, where
she was teaching school.
Rev. and Mrs. S. D. Gammell, of
Palmetto avenue, departed Tuesday
afternoon for North Brookfield, Mass.
Fvcr. Q..r __


W. W. Foltz, proprietor of the
Ivy Lane Inn, departed Thursday
for Chicago, accompanied by his
family.
Charles V. Smith, of Lakeland,
visited with his brother, Postamaster
W. C. Smith, and wife for a few
aiays this week,
' Mr. and Mrs. Geo. BI. Ludwig de-
parted yesterday morning' for
Savanah, Ga, and New York, en-
route to Boston, where they expect
to spend the summer.


Monday morning 484 trout


were


-J UL 3ALE.-LiUgItl cjunuuer ijO ---.. -- -
Cadillac, top, lamps and full equip- caught off the South Bridge. One
ment. Apply Dr. J. H. Pierson. 52-2 man alone caught fifty-four in one
DrA J. Perins is adding a hour. The trout seem more plenti-
Dr. A.J. Perkins adding ul this year than for many seasons
bathroom on the north side of his


residence on North Ridgewood
avenue.
Col. and Mrs. M. IIuston left on
the early morning train Monday for
Asheville, N. C., where they will
sojourn for five or six weeks.


past.
Mrs. Edward H. Armstrong, of
Bay street, left Wednesday to spend
the summer at her old home at St.
Louis, Mo. She will rejoin the
other members of her family here
next winter.


John B. Baldwin was in the city h put off hearing glasses
.,. ,,. .. .. yWh put off wearing glasses
this week. He is traveling for the he run the risk of injuring
Grand Rapids Furniture Company, your eve? u 't ee e
of Jacksonville, and has been since i will tel -so
leavi ytI will tell ou so
leaving Daytona.E LE H. CL Optometrist.


'Violet Ammonia, pints 25c.
HAXKINs, The Druggist.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Waite and
children left Saturday for Narra-
"gansett Pier, R. 1., where Mr. Waite
conducts 1he Atlantic during the
summer season.
W. H. Wright has a force of men
at work painting the exterior of The
Oaks, on North Ridgewood avenue,
and decorating the interior of the
house throughout.
R. L. Smith has rented his cot-
tage on Second avenue to I. J. Price,
Who will occupy it with his family.
They have been located on Bay
street for some time.
J. H. Copp, Esq., a prominent at-
torney of Geneva, Ohio, is spending
a few days in Daytona. Mr. Copp is
here in connection with closing up
the estate of the late 0. S. Payne.
B. Mason arrived from Hastings
Wednesday afternoon and Mrs.
Mason, who had stopped over at
Palatka, joined him in the evening.
They are with Mr. and Mrs. E. IH.
Shoemaker on Third avenue.
*LoT-Black chip hat. Return
to the Gazette-News office Reward.
Mrs. I. L Smith and little
daughter, Rosalie, left Monday af-
ternoon f.r Tampa where she will
visit for a time, probably going
from there for a several months'
visit with her mother near Parkers-
burg, W. Va
l'For upholstering or repairing
gas stoves, drop a card to E. Wel-
don, Seabreeze. tf
Mrs. L. II. Robbins, her daughter,
Mary Kent Ilobbins, and friend,
Miss Johnson, who has been spend-
ing the winter with her at her home
on South Beach street, departed
Tuesday on their return to Fern-
bank and Cincinnati, Ohio.
H. H. Brittle, while out on the
DeLand road for wood Monday,
found two alligators occupying the
middle of the roadway. He cap
tured both of them, the larger about
four feet in length, and brought
them to the city to swell J. W.
Booth's collection.
'FotK Su.L: C('u1i: -A 22-foot tor-
pedo stern launch. J. T. Perpall,
46 Grove avenue, St. Augustine, Fla.
G. B. Seaman, the genial editor
and proprietor of the ll:difax Jour-
nal, returned Saturday from Jack-
sonville, where lie had been attend-
ing the meetings of the Grand Com-
mandery and Mystic Shrine. Mr
Seaman was elected to the position
of Grand Junior Warden in the first
named order.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Blodgett de
parted Tuesday afternoon for their
home at Faihbault, Minn. Mrs.
Blodgett had gone north, but was
recalled by the Illness of Mr. BIld-
gett, some two or three weeks ago.
and remained until he had sulfi-
ciently recovered to make the rail-
way journey north.


OWrite to .1. Schnarr a Co., Or-
ndo, Fla... for their free pamphlet,
Wha,, to SnrvI for the White Fly "


Frank Roxby left Wednesday for
Port Cheater, where he will spend a
couple of weeks and then go on to
Sheepshead Bay to assume a position
for the summer with the Sheepa-
head Bay and Rockaway Beach
Ferry Co.
Miss Olive Ilinskey entertained a
number of her classmates and school
friends Monday evening at her
home, The Pines, South Ridgewood
avenue. A marshmallow roast, fol-
lowed by dancing and refreshments
were the pleasures of the evening.
e5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any
case of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
45-3mos
A. 0. Botts, county superinten-
dent of public instruction, was over
from DeLand from Monday until
Tuesday afternoon Mr. Botts at-
tended the commencement exercises
of the Seabreeze High School Mon-
day night, but was unable to remain
to witness the l)aytona High School
commencement Tuesday night.
Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H.
Foote departed for Asheville, N. C.,
where they will spend a week and
then go on to their Cleveland home;
Mrs. H. It. Whitmore, proprietor of
the Daytona apartment house on
South Palmetto, and Miss Birdie
McCann left for Chicago, and Mrs.
S. M. fRan, owner of the Shell Boat,
went to IDouglas, Mich., for the
summer.


WERE IuAp WEIR

WEDNESDAY EVEKIg.
f it at It
J. M. lunn and Miss Clara
(riffin Married at Bap-
tist Parsonage.
John Marshal (unn and Miss Clara
(riffin were united in marriage Wednes-
day evening at 7:30 o'clock, at the par-
sonage of the First Baptist church on
Palmetto avenue, Rev. A. L. Abercrom-
hie performing the ceremony.
The wedding was strictly a private
one, only the groom's brother, E. L.
Gunn and wife being present.
Mr. Gunn is assistant engineer of the
electric light plant, of which his brother
is manager, and Miss Griffin has been
teaching in the Daytona public school.
Mr. and Mrs Gunn are for the present
at the Troy House.

Memorial Services.
Tlie (L A. I.. Memorial services
will he held at the First Baptist
('hureh, Sunday, May .":.th, lIN.9,
at the usual hour of services. All
members of Joe Hooker Post are ex-
pectced to attend, and visiting com-
rades are invited.
Decoration lvay ceremonies will
be held on Monday, May 31st. The
pul)lic arc invited to attend and
assist by bringing towers to deco-
rate the graves of the departed com-
rades. All members and others are
invited to meet at the Armory at
l:i0 p. mu, and proceed from there
to the cemetery, for the annual cere-
mony of decorating the graves with
tlags and towers.


C(ontfeeIrate veterans are all cordi-
ally invited to attend the Memorial
1,,I .i .:,, tle 1 ..,eo r tion II -av ervi.a


aE RyAiT U


a'll


The Exercises Were Held at the


Congregational Church
Tuesday Night.
The program of the commence-
ment exercises of the class of 1909
was carried out with but one slight
variation. Rev. A. J. Wilder, who
was to have presented the diplomas,
was unable to attend and this pleas-
duty devolved upon Prof. J. L.
Wright.
Notwithstanding the inclement
appearance of the weather and the
session of the Florida Horticultural
society, the church was filled.
The three members of the gradu-
ating class were the recipients of
quantities of beautiful flowers and
the platform was surmounted by a
floral arch in the class colors, green
and white, bearing in the center the
figures 1909, transfixed by an arrow.
Miss Grace Doris Rich, the saluta-
torian, delivered her essay on "The
Spirit of Modern Education," in a
most pleasing manner. She com-
pared the many advantages of the
pupils of today with the difficulties
and hardships of the students of
fifty years ago and said in few of
these advantages that "there is noth-
ing lacking but our own efforts to
achieve success. The true meaning
of education is development of all
forces, physical, intellectual and
moral" She closed her address by
saying, "We are glad so many of
our friends have honored us by their
presence and hope they will appre-
ciate our feeble efforts to entertain
them on this occasion, which to us
is so important. May our future
lives be productive of nothing to
disappoint any expectations that
may at this time be inspired."
Benjamin Foltz, the class histor-
ian, gave a short, but very interest-
ing review of the class for the past
four years, dwelling upon the great
ability of the boys as ball players,
and the girls as gum chewers, and
told of their inclination to sing "In
the Shade of the Old Apple Tree,"
when called upon for "America."
He said that in the beginning the
class went at things with too much
of a rush and did not have the stay-
ing power to keep up the pace to
the finish. In conclusion he paid
his two companions in the class a
very pretty tribute, by saying that
they had persevered despite adverse
conditions and fully merited their
final success.
The valedictory, delivered by Miss
Annie Post Gardner, was bright and
interesting In it she related how
the gift of humor was bestowed
upon a child of the fairy times and
used it as an illustration of how to
make the best of everything. "To
see the humor in the dark side
of life is indeed a gift. But
if one has not this gift natur-
ally, can he cultivate it? By con-
stant effort he may acquire the habit
of shutting his eyes to as much
darkness in life as possible and
always be on the outlook for the
joy. The benefits from this gift
are many, reaching from childhood's
bumps and bruises to the stern real-
ities of older days. We were not
meant to be creatures of gloom and
we do ourselves great injustice
when we do not strive to be happy


and jolly." She drew a parallel be-
tween school days and life following
those days in a very clever manner,
and concluded by saying, "We have
fought the battle and won and to-
night our High School work is done,
so we will say good night and fare-
well."
The songs by Mesdames Church
and Bohannon, always charming,
added greatly to the pleasure of the
evening and they were called upon
and responded again and again to
the plaudits of the audience.
It was throughout a very pleasant
and entertaining event and Prof
Wright and his assistants are to be
congratulated upon its success in
all respects.


Class Banquet.
The Junior Iigh School class,
following the usual custom, gave a
banquet Monday night in honor of


-M
ONWS 1ALD
ONY RAI


aMi Ik.M ifprn MW Ge d Ia N

In these days when youth is the moving
factor in business; when a man makes his
mak at thirty five and is ready to r at
forty five; when business losses peana
the mane leca mi aged" their thl
allow his lagging inn to intrude nu
the co- w-rot rmu.abald head almoti
fatal to any man' hopes Thefoll.wig
must therefore ro interesting topeqle
who are losing their hair or who are bald.
Resorcin is one of the latest and most
effective germ killers discovered by sciee,
and in connection with Beta apthol,
which is both germicidal and antiseptic, a
combination is formed which destroys the
germs which rob the hair of its nutriment,
and also creates a clean and healthy con-
dition of the scalp, which prevents the de-
velopment of new germs. j
Pilocarpin is a well known agent for re.
storing the hair to its natural color, where
the loss of color has been due to a disease
of the scalp. Yet. it is not a coloring
matter or dye.
This combination of curatives mixed
with alcohol as a stimulant perfects the
most effective remedy for hair and scalp
troubles.
The famous Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is
chiely composed of Resorcin, Beta Nap
shO and Pilocarpin. It makes the scalp
hml hy, nouishes the hair, stimulates the
oaicles. Where the head is already bare,
It eaters the follicles, revitalizes the roots,
supplies nourishment and stimulates a new
growth.
We want you to try a few bottles of
Rexall "93" Hair Tonic, on our personal
guarantee that the trial will not cost you
a penny if it does not give you absolute
satisfaction. That's proof of our faith in
this remedy and it should indisputably de-
monstrate that we know what were talk-
ing about when we say that Rexall "j"
Hair Tonicwill grow hair on bald heads,
except of course, where baldness has been
of such long duration that the roots of the
hair are entirely dead, the follicles closed
and grown over, and the scalp is glaedt
Remember, we are basing our statements
upon what has already been accomplished
by the use of Rexall "93" Hair Tonic, and
we have the right to assume that what it
has done tO hundreds of others it will do
for you. Irmny event you cannot lose
anything by kuving it a trial oa our liberal
gumantee. Two sizes, o cents and Stit
Garth B. Young, Daytona, Fla.

DAYTINA'S ANLEE IE


wowr is cum


Lodge No. 1141 B. P. O. E., Hold
An Important Session and
Initiate Big Class.
The baby lodge of Florida Elks,
Daytona No. 1141, held a very im-
portant meeting last night. A class
of seven was initiated into the
mysteries of the order and besides,
the lodge was the recipient of a visit
from District Deputy Grand Exalted
Ruler Lively, of Tallahassee, who
stopped off here on his annual tour
of inspection of Florida lodges.
The boys had lots of fun and had
quite a creditable parade in the af-
ternoon. The class was given their
degrees in the evening and after the
work an elaborate spread was served.
The class consisted of J. W. Per-
kins, judge of the Criminal Court;
Sam'l D Jordan, clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court; S. B. Wilson, County
Tax Assessor; Dr. Geo. W. Fisher,
chairman Board of County Com-
missioners; E. L. Powe, agent At-
lantic Coast Line and Sheriff E L
Smith, DeLand, and Perkins Smith,
County Tax Collector, New Smyrna,
but owing to the death of a brother
Mr. Powe could not be present and
Mr. Perkins was called away on bus-
iness and could not attend.


PORT ORANGE 1
J


PORT ORANGE, May 20--Mrs.
Brohm and daughter, Kuth, left for
Denver, Col., Thursday.
Mr. Fair is moving his house on Dun-
lawton avenue over to Herbert avenue.
D. W. Winn is drilling a well for A. M.
Martin on his lot on Dunlawton avenue.
Mrs. Lizzie Parrott has added a poich
to her home on Orange street.
Dr. Du Bois spent last week in Jack-
sonville attending the Masonic meeting.
There was a meeting of the citizens
last Thursday evening to nominate
three school trustees. Messrs. T J.
Sparkman, J. L Pattillo and J. B C:se
were nominated.
D. E Lyon has begun the erection of
a warehouse on the rear of his lot on
Dunlawton avenue.
Miss Minnie Tedder was married to
Mr. (winner, of Daytona, by Justice
Karn, at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Tedder. The young
couple will live in Daytona, and have
the best wishes of all their friends
Wednesday afternoon of last week.
Richard Vass' cottage on Herbert
avenue was burned with all the contents. I
Mr. and Mrs Vass were both away a::Ad
knew nothing of it until they returned.
They lost everything they had. There
is a subscription paper at Pattillo's
store and contributions of anything aill
be very acceptable.
MiL.zi- nlkad ..r fi V,.h ia.s Iwk.n ew4S4


at thei xE.
Revo. D H. tt a -
* Mr. Knight atlit
been employed at &the E1i .
depot. Miss Engisk the
ter of Mr. and Mrs. E& iI
of Holly Hill
The young couple departed Tam yi
day morning for Jaeksemville, wbhoe ma
Mr. Knight has secured employ- gI
ment.


Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Kittridgs
who have spent the winter as usual
on Volusia avenue, left Monday af-
ternoon for Jacksonville, where they
will spend a few days and then go
to Washington, D. C for a week
on their way home to Milford, N. H.


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E. L. STEWART ritzgerald & Oates
Physician and Surgeon Attorneys at Law
Special attention to diseases of the Special attention to Ervmtnin, and
Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose. Office iSp c At
and residence. Magnolia avenue. 3rd Perfecting Land Titles.
door west of P. 0., telephone 82.
oice hours 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Conrad Block, DAYTONA, FLA.
G. A. K LO K Carv D. Landio Bert lsha
t M. A. KLOCLD
Physician and Surgeon LAND & IS
Special attention given to Diseases of Attorneys at Law
the ye and hitting o Glases. Ofce Practicing n all State and Federal
ovrr Globe clothing store. Office bours i Courts. Civil or Criminal bualness giv-
T toss.a n. Ito:---o np -i -Jo n m en careful atteition. BSpecial faclUtles
7 to a. s. I to:00) p. n.. 7 to 80 p. m. for Investtlg and perlcting titles.
SAY TONA. FLA. LDand, Florids
SM. JOSIE ROGERS, M. D. TITLES INSURED
iHomeopathic Physician Volusia County Abractn investment
Sand Title Insurance Company.
S.o. 453 North Beach Street....... .
No. 453 North Beach Street. Abstracts furnished and UUtles perfect-
Office Hours, 12:30 to 2:30 and 600 ed. Maps Plats and Blue Prints sup-
i to 7-30 piled. BertFish, Pres; Carey D.Landis,
te on N. Sec*y and Traes Opposite Volusla Co.
STelephone No. 122. Bank, DeLand. Fla.

1( OW. D. D. I). & C. M. ROGERS


Physician and Surgeon.
Office and residence: 123 So. Ridge-
wood Avenue, opp Ridgewood Ho-
tel. Phone 175. Office hours: 9 to


Civil Engineers


Offc I DAYTONA and
Offices MIAMI, FLA.


11 a. in., 2 to 4 and 6:30 to 8 p. m. Daytona Office Established 1875

S. GCrV Daytona Private Mlos-
,.it u G de ad ipital and Sanitarium
.rClltlCCL BUllder and :Every facility fortheproper treatment
SCtand care of medical and surgical cases.
LOntrac OF Electrical appliances, trained nurses,
quiet surrounding Special attention
Resitde.I;e and office, northeast cor- given toall patients. Terms on appll-
ner Ridgewood and Volusi ave. ca ton. o A KLt. Dtona.
Phone S9. Daytona, Fla Physician in Charge.
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V'Y'Y I '" Y' Y""V 'T "''Y''V'Y'v"'r1;


Mateo Cigars:


Have Made


SA Reputation of


Their Own.

I The suc-ess of the San Mateo Cigar is one of
1 the greatest industrial triumphs of the East Coast
i'l('e the freeze.


JOE OSBORNE,




Saitry Mi t





Complete Gas Plants Installed.

Plumbing and Heating Supplies.

Brass and (ialv. Pipe and Fittings.


Fairbanks & Morse Engines & Pumps.

Niagara Hydraulic Rams.

Ireland Pipe Wrenches.




JOE OSfhNE, The P9ur,

Phone 96. 11 Orange Avenue.


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All biks o. io and I Picket (;rtr
New Smnirna .... .. ....... .....
111 blk 21. Picket Grt. New Smyrna..
Lots 2 and 3. ;, Alvarez (;It ...... 52 17 34 6
Lot 34. G; Alvarez Grt.... ......52 17 34 I
T- Lot 3o I. ( Alvarez (rt.......... 32 17 34 5
I .ot 1 234. llawks Park............
EA l of '-w12.................... 2 18 34 ..
lots I and 2.... ............... 3 is 34 1'4
TIIM BE I A D All fractional.... .. .. .......... 4 IX 34 .13
Ne of >C' .... .. .. .... .... .... 17 I 34 41'
Lot 4--.- .. -. ......... ........ 25 IR 34 3.8
John Iolon Gtrt.... .............. 39 IS 3.4 13~
W 64 chains of n 2-6.232 chains of
Jane Mlurray ;rt.... .. ....... 48 18 34 166t
S 5.46 clhans of n 32.9 clain-s of
J" Lane AMurray (rt.. .. .. ...... 48-49 8 34 (14
S 2-.91 chains of Jane .Murray Grt 48-49 IS 34 2
All fracti.nalt.. .. .. ...... ...... 5 It 34 2-39
AlII.... ... ............. ........ 6 19 34 709
All.... ............. .. ...... .... 7 19 34 71o

in large and sm al ll fracial.. ..... ............ 8 34 367
All fractional.. .... ........ .... 17 19 34 491

tracts. ......................... ......... IS 19 34 703
All....... ............ ........... 9 19 34 699
All ....... ......... ...... .. 2 19 34 640
All fractional...... ........ .... z1 19 34 10,o
H ig h C la ss Al fracti.nal--.... ....-......... 19 34 3c.o
ig SS............................. 24 zo 34 640

N'i and f. of *e', and anw1, of sel4
and n1-. of sw'4...... .....0.. 0 i 34 .S
S w% of 4 nTe of R R ex s 20o ft
Invest ents of swL ,i 1w Ofw 0 of -ee of RtR 30lo 1.14 3.1
All-.... --............... .......... 3 o 24 6 4
A111........ ... ....... ........... 3. Iq 34 6 ,o
All fraction, al ...... ...... ..... 33 9 34 313
Und 't int in l.it 14 and 15. i)e
le-inine ;it........... ..........
Und ;iil in lot 33. IDele,--in- g ;rt.. 4.',
Und I ;ut il Iin t 3. )Deleslinc <>t
'nd inat i ;. lt 3. IIcle-pine Grt
Lot ......... .... ... ..... .... 6 iS ; 3
L.ot 5. lEilora .... .. -.. .. 3. 1
..i o1 nw' .I of .. .. .......... 31 iV i .2..


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DESCRIPTION.







WY of ne'' and se% and w%....... 4 19 33 58o
All....................... 5 9 33 656
COM PA Y All...... ............ ........ 6 19 33 649

SAll ........ .. .......... ....... 7 19 33 62o
All.................. .......... 8 1) 33 640
All......- ............. .. ... .... 9 19 33 64o
D aytona, Florida, ............................. o 9 33 160
All.......... ........ ......... ... 1t 19 33 640

All.......................... .. .... 12 19 33 640
Agent for the following Insurance All..................... ...... 1.. 3 19 33 640
Companies: Ne% a and e/ of et and nw'4 of
sce and w,....... .... ........ 14 19 33 6oo
Commercial Upion Assurance Co. All.................. ........... 15 19 33 640
All...... ........... ...... .. 16 1O 33 640
Sun Insurance Office,
All.. ......................... 17 19 13 640
Philadelphia Underwriters, Anl............... .... ...... 8s 19 33 621
E%. and e'2 of w, and nwt of nw** to 19 33 55
Springfield Fire and Marine,
All......... .... .... ... .. 20 9 33 6to
Northern Assurance Co., N% of ne'i and se1i and w1....... 21 19 33 ;6.C

Niagara Fire Insurance Co., All....................... ..... 19 33 640
N1 and sc'4 of ne; 4 and sw% of
New York Underwriters, nw" and s.... ...... ...... 23 19 33 56o
All...... ........... ........... 24 19 33 640
London and Lancashire Ins. Co. and se' of a w
Ne% and -!.. and se4/. of nw% and
wyi Of nwj.. .............. 25 19 33 640
Orient Insurance Co., ......... 26 9 33 640
.ll ........ .. .. ... .......... 26 19 33 640
Queen Insutance Co., Ne% and se*' of se4' and wal of
sel' and w. .................. 27 i9 33 6oo.
Virginia State Insurance Co., All.............................. 8 19 33 640

German American Insurance Co., A" ................. ...... .. ..2 33 640
Ne'4 and s!2 and e!- of nw'l....... 30 19 33 55
Phenix Insurance Co., Ne't and et- of ~c'i and ne'i of nw'*
n of river................ ... 31 19 33 240
Atlas Assurance Co., Al......... ................... 32 9 33 640

Western Assurance Co., All............. ... ......... 33 o0 33 6o0
Aachen and MunichAll. Ins. Co. All. ........ ............ ......... 34 .1 33 64o
Aachen and Mualnich Ins. Co.,
All.... ............ ....... 35 1 33 640
American Insurance Co., W\v of sw't.......... ..-...... 36 t9 33 .8o

National Union Insurance Co., All...... ........ ..-. ....... 20 13 6;6
All...... .... ......... ...... ... o 33 656
Hamburg-Bremen Insurance Co., and inw .... .. .. ........ 3 o0 33 497

Caledonian Insurance Co., Ft' and seli of sw'4 andl i1 .. 4 20 33 5316
Lot I................ ........... 4 20 33 29
Insurance Company of North All fractional.. .................... s-0 33 20o
America. All fracti nal... ............... s 2.- 3. 2?
Ne% of ne'. and se i of setl and
w 3-4 ..... .. ................ 9 20 33 525-
Ne% and n% of se'" and se' of
se% and wl,................... o 20 33 6oo
SAll...... .. ................ .... 1 20 33 640

All.................... .. .... 12 20 33 640
Al1............... ............ ... 3 o2 33 64o

All.............................. 14 20 33 640

W e w rite burglary, ................ ...... ..... 33 640
All fractional...... .. .. ........ 17 2-1 33 too

health, accident and N a of d .... : 5.
All.... .. .............. .... 2 20 3.3 640
All fractional...... .... .... .. 23 241 33 640
every other kind of .- fra.l.... ............. 4 20 33 .1



insurance, represent- E of s ... .. ........... ... 2 33 8
Net of ncel ai -e1.... .... .. 33 :'0> 33 20)
ng the. All..................... ....... ..34 2' 3" 64'
ing th ajnd swL. anad c'~, ef iew'.L .... 35 -2o 33 ;6,>

A11l fracticnal.... ............... 36 20 33 9.)

l .Segue (;rt.... .... ............ 37 -'2 33 1495
Maryland Casualty Co., Lots s andi o. ,iLk 2-, P',nce Iark..
Loi> 8. 9. ib and 17. hlk s. I'Pece
Park......................... .
United States Casualty Co. Lot 6. hik N. Ardmore.. ........ 9 i7 34
Lot 3. blk 5. C'oronadlo Beach.....
Lot ao. bik io,. t'oronado itrach....
Lot hlik iS. (Crounadou each....
S% of lot 5. ilk 19. C',ronado lIcachi
A L I.ot i. iPLk (;. t',reyna'lo IBcach......
All Losses Pronm ptV Lot 2, blk (;. (oronado Beach......
Lots 4 and 5. blk G. C'or,,nad., Iteach.
lots 4 and 5. blk 9. sub of lot 1 16 17 34
All hlk-. Ii. E. FI and (;. sub of lot I 16 17 34
Pai Lot 5, blk i, Lewis tlmntd-.... .... 18 17 34
SLt 17. blk 5. Pouwhalton each....
Pad Lot 23. blk 9. P'owhatton BlEach....
E 60 ft ,fw 223 ft of lot 4. blk 5.
)oug hert's. New Snmyrna........
Lot 17. Finnegan's. New Smyrna..
I.ot 18, Fiine.gan'a New Smyrna...
Lot -; 'llk i. Smnit's. New Smyrna.-
W 90 ft of s 5o ft of n 15o ft e of R
R. blk 2. Rush's. New Smyrna....
< Lot 386. hlk 3o. Andrews. New Smyr-
na. ........ .. .. ... .. .


Hodges. O'llara & Rio.-
Hodges. O'llara & Rus-
sell Co...... ... 16
lodge ()'llara & Rus-
sell Co...... .... 16
Hlodges. )'llara& Rus-
sell Co.... ...... o20
Hodges. O'llara & Rus-
sell Co.... .. .... o
Hodges. O'llara & Ru%-
sell Co.... .. .. .. 2
lodges. O'llara & Rus-
Hodges. 0'llara & Rut-
sell Ceo... ........ -'
Lodges. ()'Ilara & Ru-
sell Co... .. ..... i,
Ilodges. O'llara & Ku--
sell Co..... .... 5

lodges. ()'ilara & Ru-

sell Co .... ...... .. 5.
lodges. O'tlara & Ru-.-
sell Co.. .. ..... .


07
07
07
17
"47


hlodges. O'llara & R.i-
seil Co.. ......... 6 7'1


Hodges. O'Har1a & Rus-
sell Co.. .... ...
Hodges. ('llara & Rus-
sell Co.........
Lodges. Ollara & Rus-
sell Co.... .. ......
Hodges. O'Hara & RIus-
sell Co.... .. ....
Lodges. O'Hara & Rus-
sell Co..........
Iloelges. O'llara& Rui-
sell Co...........
lodges. O)'llara & Ru--
sell Co.... .. ....
Tlodges. Ollara &
Russell (o.. ....
Hodges. O'llara & RuIIa
sell Co.. .. ......
Hloges. O)'llara & Ru,-
sell C('o.... .... ..
lodges. (0llara& Ru-,
sell TCo...........
Ildlges-. 'lla.ra & kln--
lHodges. ('llara & R--
-ell Co...... ....
hodge-. O'lHara & Rku--
sell Co.. .. .. ..
Ileodges. )'llJira & Rin--
sell C.d.... .....
Hodges. l'llara & RHn-
sell Co ..... ......
lHdges. r 'a I.a & Ru-i
sell t ... .......
W B Tavlor........
J m Price. .. ......
SV Price...... ....
E K .uidyv........
C W S xlerry.......
BIlake & WIright .....
t;eorgiana 1. Wingate
Mclride & Mond .....
JI F Turisl.........
H T'ubbs.........
G; W Tul,..... .....
Illatlin & Stewart ..
sM Ctoilaitu........
Itenr.y Fisher ....
E 1) Spencer........
l1rn of J 1 .-Cekina ..
C(ue Mills...........
11 M M.orris.... ....
11 lAwe.. ... .....
S C King.... ...
II J Larkin. Jr. .-
L 1: liouchelle.. ...

L'nkmnoii .......
Uinkneowii ..........
E IMoo-re.... ...
l'radly Fertilizer Co
I W (, .len. ..
WI 1\ (;il.elus; ..
'1 \ .idldl s. .. .. .
WVi-.ner Landi .....
Wis.ier L-and tCo......
Winner l.andI to.. .
E 1) .encer .. ....
llrs of Wim McCat:e.
Al R (rcilahlto .....
W I. Taviyor.... ...
1V It Tavlor....
iHr .of Wmi Mcl'alw-.
llhIlges. ~'llara & RuI-
sell Co .... .
llH.des, ('tilara & RKn.
sell Co.... ......
Hodges. O'llara & Ru:-
sell Co....... .. ..
Lodges. 'llara & Ru-
sell Co. .... .......
Hodges. O'llara & Rus
sell Co..........
lHodges. O'llara & Rus
sell Co ...........
l[,adges, O'llara & Run,
sell Co.... .......
Hodlges. O'llara & RKus
sell Co.... ....
Hodges. O'lara & R s
sell Co.... .. .....
Htodge,. ('llara & R;i,
sell Co.... ......
lodges. 4)'ilara & RI;i
sell Cot..... ..... .
iHoi,.es. Ollara & R.'i
iell Co.... ... ......
ltlge.. O'llara & Ru-i
sell Co.... ......
Hdges. O'llara & Ru-
sell Co... .......
HIldges. O'Hlara & Rui
,ell Co-........-
-ell .o......... .


2o 37
20 ..7


20 <.7


NOTKIE Of ITTIN T APPLY


FOR LETTERS -ATENT.


OWNER. o

S- 0


Hodges, O'Hara & Rus-
sell Co.... ...... 20o o7
Hodges. O'Hara & Rus-
sell Co........-- 20 07
Hodges, O'Hara & Rus-
sell Co.... .. 15 2
Hodges O'Hara & Rus-
sell Co.. .. ..... 15 24
Hodges, O'Hara & Rus-
sell Co......... -- -'24
Hodges. O'Hara & Rus-
sell Co.. .. ......- 1 24
Hodges. O'Hara & Ru--
sell Co... .... 6 4'o
Hodges. O'Hara & Rus-
sell Co.. .. .... .. 20 0o
Hodges. O'Hara & Rus-
sell Co........... .. 58
Hodges. O'Hara & Rus-
sell Co.. .. ...... 20 07
Hodges. O'Hara & R us-
sell Co.. ...... .. 2-- 07
Hodges. O'Hara & Rus-
sell Co .......... 20 07


ARTIChl-I III.
The capital stock of this compaInyV shall
Iw Twetntvy-tlv, thou.sind ($25,J11t dollars, to
In- divcidedv into two hundred andfifty shares
of tihe pair vxlute of one hundred dollars
ealch. All or any part of the capital stock
of this e-orlorationu may I l paid for in prop-
erty. lal or or service' at a just valuation to
le fixed by thle itnorp.orators, or by the di-
rectors at a meeting called for that purpose.
Property.% hlalr or services may also Ie
purcl:l.ised :lad l jal for by the capital stock
at :i just valua;tlon of such property. labor
or s-rv:c,,. to Iw liX;-td iay the directors of
*i.- nt.......* .. .* 11- 1 f -*


Notice.
Lo Whom It May Concern: .
In accordance with Section a*, General
States of the State of Florida, notice is
hereby given, that at the next regular
meeting of the Board of County Commiss-
toars of Volusta County, Florida. to-wit:
the 7th day of June,.A. D. 19m, the question
of erecting a County Jail and SheritT's resi-
dence will be acted upon ly said Bortl.
Dated this trd any of May. A. D. 1t. l
[eRAL].] GW. FISHER.
Attest: (1Chairman Bd. ('o. t'omrs.
4AM'L D. JORDAN, Clerk. **.-.it

Final Decree.
In Circuit Court of the Sev-lIth
Judicial Circuit of the' tltate of
Florida, in snil for \olusi:n
county. A. I). I'Jil.
LoA 1I.u A. ,lorUC'KY1
VS.
MPRRAY L.rRc'EY
Application for Free- l.ialer's l-iren. .
Final Deeree.
The report of the niaster with tIhe tlesti-
mony and master's opinion uIpon h.- nxat-
ter referred, having lr-n flied, and the- exns.-
having Ieen urguedl y counsel on the< part
of the applicant and eontra by ouiiisell for
applithnt's husband and the court Ibing
fully advised In the preuiists,. does find that
the applicant, LoIuisr A. Lor-an'. has the
capmclty and qualflentions requisite to take
charge of and nuantlgei her own e.-tnte anl
property and to I -olnn- ;i fr-ee detler r in
every respect.
It is therefore* ordered tlihit til- t i;:i1--'t .
report Ie and the Isamne is hrehy 'o-,ll'11i-n ci
that the said I.OAIs. A. LoceI:R-:V i-. h.ert'>h.
licensed to take charge of und control hter
estate. both real anid personal. to -contra:it-
and lie contra-ted with, to -ue :and iw. >ie'd
and to hind herself In all reslitc-ts las. fully
as if she were unnnarried, subject howv'-r
to the provisions of ertlion 2 1M of the
generall Statutes of Florida that ~he- caei
sell, convey or inort~gage or otherwise-
charge or eneumler her real estalt- only ill
case her huslhnd join in such saleh. tconvey-
ance or tortange.
Done and ordered at ch:nliers at Titus-
vlle, Florida, this 9th day of April. A. Ii..
14. MINOR M. JI NEK.
Judge Seventh Circuit.


The undersigned subscriber % land incor-
porntors do hereby give notice that on
Wednesday.then Ith day of June, A. D.,
Inu. the undersigned and their associates
will apply tu Honoranb- Albert W. Gil-
christ, as ;ov-.rnor of the tatt of Florida,
for Letters Patent Incorporating them
und.rand byv the nume of The Conrad-
Oates He-:lty, Title and Insurance Com-
pany. in accordance with the following
Articles of Incorporation which they have
aidopte-d us their proposed charter.
Iat- d this 15th day of May. D., 1901.
F. N. CONRAD,
E. F. OATES.
I). S. SIMON D8.
M ubscribers add Incorporators.
Proposed Charter of "The Carad-Otes Realty
Title and lasurance Company."
The undersigned incorporators herebay
associate themselves for the purpose of
forlinlui c; t-orponationi under the laws of
thie- Stat. of Florida. as prescrilled by the
general l Stattute-s of the State of Florida and
biv tihr Acts of the Legislature thereof and
adopt Ihe following proposed --harter:
ARTI('LE I.
Tl'he lll-in e of this corporation shall te-
-Tlihe -'olnrad-Oetes tRenlty. Title and In-
sulrallte- t'c Ilpany," and its business shall
!Ie conducted in the State of Florida and
sutlcih othl-ir States of America where con-
venilent oir necessary.
ARTIU'LE II.
Tir-'l -I.e r:il nature of the business to li
tr::ni.ct-t, 1by theo said corporation is as
follows: o lihuy. sell. s.xeliange. lease, ac-
,luir.- andi d-al ilnl land lid real estate of all
kiael.. what.soe-ver nhd wherever situated;
to lu. -. -l. changenge. lease and deal in
reantl ,Itat- of all kiutls whatsoever on corn-
ilissiciai aia. real -state agent. To engage
inl the fire, marine. health, accident. life or
:atvy other kindl of in.suntiane whatsoever as
a i.enl-r;ll or resident ag-nlt, or teoth. To
re-ceiv- propobnals iand to make contracts
fr ilnsiuiralic on i h-alm f of the Insurance
conipiani-h 1 ,y whomn the said corporation
Ii;iy ie :ippointe)t ias resident or general
agent. and dloall things necessary and re-
quired to l.- don't li t he general or resident
aigent of an illSilrance- company or com-
pantes. To insure the title of real estate
and to Issuel- policiCs under the seal of the
corporation and secur. d by the assets of
the corporation, insurinig the titles of ary
real est;tc ill the Stante of Floridi anrd to
charge a preniuint for the issuing of said
policy or policies and to collect and receive
the samie andi carrying on tnhe lusilness of
guarantee insg and Insuriag the title of real
c-state gen.teraly. To .lli. laortgage. sublet,
pledg, e.Ii ire. lease,, loean or c-onve-y the prop-
erty of tie Mi ail corporation. both real and
personall or any part thc-re-of. at will, and to
invest the- proceeds of the samue in such
nianniir :as may Il deterinilnid hy the By-
lItws. To carry on any of its business and
to have ofilc-s ;aidl ageltts at nuch places in
thin ltaite nnd other states as Iay e I neces-
sr y orr Iretiisiter to the currying on of the
hluslir,-ss t l the corporation. To borrow
iton-Y ati1nd to secure the smIne and monies
etli-rwise- owiin by deeds., mnortgages,
rltl3d.. IIol .< i)r itllher o!tlliations thernlor.
'L'o ;ak*.- ,ntrnttts at anay Lia le whatsoever
lor t he lurt lhnrance of It-. purposes and busl-
ne--.s ailll g*tienrally to exerrcise i ll such
iw.-r s I;Iy i.e IIneecessary or convenient
to tih' purposi-s or busin-ss of this corpora-
lion d:il eo10 have. exertrclse1. land eainjoy all the
rilights. powers and privileges incident to
eorporatiols for profit organized and exist-
iiu Iy ordt-er oef tln- Laws ot the State of
l'lorie!a.


All persons having auny el:lium wha:ttswver
against the estate of Rlils M. Villilln. l:it-
ofOrmond, Volusia County. Floridan. :rre
hereby notftl d to file their t ccounlts with
the undersigned within six inouthi frozme
date, or the sua- will Iw -imrre s n-cordling
to law. .IAME P. VININ6;.
Aduiiniistrattor.
Duat-l-4rmonld. Fla.. May IthI. It'..


DR. T. A. DAVIS
PANTHEROPIST
The latest, safest and most scientific
method of treating the sick. Includes
every drugless system. Osteopathy,
Scientific Massage. Women and chil-
dren a specialty. Examination free.
Corner opposite postoffice, Daytona
Beach.


A. D. fUCDMIE
'residmit


MASONIC DIRECTORY.


ti" u, C-por Iatii ait i II calIeg C dlNfu torr HALIFAX LODGE. No. I, F. & A. M- -
20 07 that purlo.s... Meets 1st and 3rd Thursdays.
20 07 ARTICLE IV. HALIFAX CHAPTER, No. IIt. A. M.-
Thils corpo;ration slllll exist Ip-rpl-tu;lly Meets 2nd Thursday.
4 .3S -:. pr-cvitde-l Iy aw. ORIENTALCOOMMAN DERY,No c*,K. T.--
ART'ICLE V. Meets 4th Thursday.
I; 66 LIVE OAK CHAPTER No. 1, 0. K. S.-
S T. Itune.ss of his corpomrtion shall Iw Meets nd and 4th Tuesdays.
>. -o.ll.t'tl I |ey U Presidetnt. Vice-President.
-2 :.cr -tr-tary :iad Treasuir.-r andit I oanrd ol All mieet n .Masonic Hall. Orange avenue
t. r thie directors ;ilnd such other officers and _
g eint :!stz.lt, many front time to tine lie.e ap-
I niti Hilf. ''lh" st-c'khold rs s-hall ell-et on m iiip RObinaon. Architect-
S : Molnda .l I l't 1-ilh day of July,. IMp. for the E. Arite
First melee ting of saidl corporation at the -- i i lildr-
oftm. of i lie -oi pra. t eti :-I laytona. .
t-nit ten e-o'ck A. M.. for thaeWinter Homes:
par; ,- pp..'- it alo:,tiang ey-la:ws, hbldlng the In
iir.t ';.et; lon(i eof nice-rs and co.upletiang the :.it! grl a ',
6 s,, .ai niztnttion of this corporation. The- atio i. es,
si. ,ecthlile-r shaill I.i.*.et alnaltillly therefntel r atio Iel ti.r
7 i,;. on lide olad Mtonday i .lulv o.each year. lr ien-)
mdil-. or.-tli-ris.- detiernlite.d by tine' Iv-
i 4lj'atr. .- At rnlh, a nlu111NlUt inr-et-tia of the oto
sltm-kohll'-r.s tbere' shall I- electcud thr-e of 4 'unvi hli ,
3 tihe slkliode.r. of snid corponrtion as cdi- z Tana
i3 i-t.ter-<;i: il sati directors:at tthlir ileeuti:lg "aupa.
3< 0.: to i,.- hI hIn t n tle -sallle day shall elect ____
'93 .i it*litl. Vici'-, pr.siident. s-ecre.tary and'
tre,;isar<.-r. iid sut-h oti'-r agents and ...
[* s t o lit '-"i.r l.t. -obrporaition mnay authorize.
.93 A .ollii.-e s shal l hold their respective off- LOW TIDES on the BEACH
'03 c-s ntlllil tll-ir succe.ssors ili otfice are duly ___
i .l.-t.-d aind qtuiilitleti. Any two of s-il -.. U- j
7 ,tlic-.s. I.eo pt that of ipres;d*nt iand vi-ce Day MAY JUNE J
-t MAY JUNE JU I_
93. pr-Msilial. may Ile held by onile person. The Month J
71 i I:aics ( llth-otic-ers who are to conduct ---
71 I ,i, of aid ctrporatio.n until thosw 10:45. 11 11:31..
).1 Il-t e a:t hih. lirst election alor-said shall ." ... 1.
.; lo- qlalilfiel hall le VF. N.Conrad. Pr, sident; ... ... 11:27 ... ... 12:0 ... ...2: ...
I s :. F. .-, Vih-c- Preide-nt anid Necretary; ... 3... .. 1 .....12:44.. 1:03...
S9, ialid I>. imoinds, Treassure-r, anid 'F. N. I 4 ..12:40...... 123 1 L...
71 to lanrl. K. F. thavts andmt I. S. inionds. -.
7-, B arld ol Ilirelors. .. ... ... ...... -.:0 ....... :. ...
ARTICLE VI. ... 6...... 1:4.... 2:50..... 3:29...
S... .37... ... 4:22...
14 4" Ti hi: h--.| t amount of inde-bt.-di .-s. or ... 7 ....- 2:23...... 3:37......
2 llaliilit*y io %hi"h this corporation shall t ... 8.. 3:03... .... 4:31... ... 5:19...
S2' any liiu- iulhjctl its-lf sh.all le Tweantv-nve 9. 3:47 ...... 5:2 ......6:20...
n I thousands i $ii 5,0>(e e thtm.- l0,r. ...10... ... 4:38... ... 6 :38... ... 7:25...
S2 4x ARTI CLE VII. 11... 5:40 ... 7:7 :33...
Thi- iniirn .si nd residenc.-e-,sof f the sulsc-rilb- "
1. 49 arr ani tln ae oilnt of capital stock siubI- ... ... ..6 .... S .:53.... .. 9:39...
s.. iilN d .% -hi :lrea Is follou.s: ...13... ... 8:02... ... 9:57... ... 10:-1 ...
8 4 F. N.Coiirad. lea~Itla;ton, oritia, 124 shares. ...14 9:12 ...10:57 ..11:31...
S*s 4 *.F.Il utes. Iiaytona. Florida. 124 shares.
.3 I I. M. Sinoi1l,. Iav tolna. Florida. 2 shares. ...15... ... 10:1... ... 11:02 .... .. 11 :7...
4 F. N. CONRAD, ...16... ...11:13.... 1:... ..12:2 ...
SK. ATE, ...17..... 12:05......12:40... 111..
j;6 ll ~I S IL t. SlMIOND14. "'"
i I. M. IMN 18.... 12:55 ...... :29-,. ....1 : -
S- tnl. o .lusin;. ."* ...19...... 1:43.... .. 1-1........ 2: ....
SL I h tre.Iy v. ,eirtlifty that on i this l-ay lsrson- ...20... ... 2:0...... 2:s... ... 3:21...
S I (7 all. xapI-:,ar.-l It-lfr.- ni<-. an Notary Pullic in ...2 ... 3:5.. 3:45 -... 1:1K..
6 tin i!Or lh i. State- of Fleorida. F. N. Conrad. .. 34.... 1 ...
S 71 1' cF. t l:. Ulla 1K.. itnoinds, to mte well ...22- 4: ... ... 4 :-1. ... 1 -
7- 90 ktiowitn ; k.c own o l1i t le i o te- l t hli tle lrsons ...23 -... 4:50..... 5:20-.... .3:2-1...
dt.esril -,d in andl who sulr-criend their 4 ...... :4 61 ..... 6: ..
6 -'i nile.st ili- fallowing Articlesof Incorpo- 7: .3" "" 7 ....... : ...
nt I onal- ;.it i Tic iorpornild ;iis Ti en Conrad- -- -- ... ... ...
5 ? ii(t.- 1lty, Ti .tle .u.l Insurance Com- 26 ..26..... 7:26 ... :... ...... :...
X pInyv. m., sevrally ;tcktnowie*tdge that they ...27 ...... :... : 9 02...
i.sul..e-rilI tl lt ir" tiir s I lhe-r-to for thI pur- ..*".2 ". .... 0 :53 ... 10:01.
. H- "tlirre ,ia-xprt-.sse-t.. 28.- 9:09... ... 9:. --- 1- -1 :01...
I In witi..-s.s whi-re-of t haynve h-ere.unto s-t ...29. .. 9:55... ... 10:3.8... ...10:)...
20 07 i han;. d an111 oliciit i fl thi lo thaF.J. N V f ...30...... 10:42 ...... 11:27... ..11:19...
M:i.%, A. D.. 1020.. F. j. NIVER, I's
. 20 07 NNotary Puhbli- Htiatt of F'!oridti at Large. ...31 --..... .. ........... 11:56i...
lMy a-oinni.sina expires August l9th,i. --- --
. 4 -- ---- Forenoon and afternoon tldes are ap-
I 24 NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT. proximately at the same hour. Auto-
; 24 i I'lm I' Rr-seventh Judicial C'r- mobiles can be driven on the Ibeaih two
So ,' i cult of Fl.orith., iii and for Volu.siai county. hours after high tide and within two
i- IN c'lANRY. hours of high tide.
- -V e. .. .. .
. 11,-7 i l.H.IAXK Ol RY
- 17 66 .1. \\. (lI:-.KRtY.
To .I. W. tswrry. Have the Mosquitos
. 3 6 You are hereby rc-qulred to appear to the Ha e the M o quitos
ill of('omplaint filed herein against you
. 21 in tle- above t-utitled cause on or lwefore the
;. ,)tlh day ofJuly, A. I.. Ita. bt ty.
. 7 66 "'l)aytonaa (;izette-News" is herelb desig- bit yet
S nated as tl I- newspap-er in which this order I
i mlall I w publihlr-d once a week for eight
Witn Iv.s sny hand and seal of office this t e Bin
l itll ay of April, A. P.,Ij. I
S MAM'I.. D..lIORAN, ('lerk.
S IH.K.H.H.: 1eput 'lrk. Maley Co. and get.
.- l't .tt.*t .t A OA M.-,
. 07 ,. .Solicitors for Complainant.
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(BiRANCH OF VOLUSIAOUWnTT BAS) 4
Capital Stock......................................... 50.(O 4
Surplus and Profits ..............:...... ............... ,165

Four per cent interest paid on Savings accouata smd eTmhe Cer-
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