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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Daytona gazette news
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Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: June 5, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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THE


DAYTONA GAZETTE-r


L. 21, No. 2


Goes everywhere. Reaches All Clsses.


Daytona, Florida, June 5, 1909.


Sf ttAdvoertlllg 3.' i Dog o a l


SPECIAL TOWEL SALE
1' Owing to the late arrival of a shipment of one hundred dozen Towels
biclh we should have received early in the spring, but arrived after our
Pemaon is over, we will hold a SPECIAL TOWEL SALE in order to close
Ig, the entire let. These towels are first-class in every respect and are well
porth 121 cents, but we must get rid of them and will close out the entire
Dozen at 3 for 25 cents or 95c a dozen. Do not fail to get what towels
u ned at this ridiculously low price. See the window display.

tTIE PECK HENDRICKS COMPANY.
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Handsome Pi

Any customer purchasing $2.oo
series for cash. I will sell a handseo
ire, your own selection out of one 1
objects, size 23x27, for only 59 cen

SA CHANCE OF A LI

4 desorate your homes. You don
.oo worth at one time. Ask for v
SPictures on display in my wind
gulay way $1.5o to $2.00 each. (


W. CARR


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ctures.

o worth of G ro-
me framed piet-
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't have to buy *
coupons.
low. Worth in _
'all and see them

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honorably we transact our
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special attention. Those
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irges, and they know be-
gaging us that our work-
p will be the best.

tona Electric Co.
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Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.
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R. D. TAYLOR. Electrical Contractor
SHouse Wiring a Specialty.
sraler in Electrical Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shades, *
Ampa No. 8 Orange avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.
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Galvanized Iron Tank, a new T''i Imutf, a Holt Air Furnace,
the other metal mcstessti rcquirnci to, ,oumplett a modern


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BASE BALL laws for the new organization.
ALL The gist of the matter seems to be

CITY AL IMll Y 1HITI. that while the club usually closes
the season in pretty fair financial
t It I condition, there are times, as at
Number of Citizens (et Together preent, when they run behind,
.... ... ........ through a light attendance at the
And Discuss Way and Means through a iht endane at
games, and also they should have
of Backing the Club. funds on hand to defray the ex-
A number of the citizens inter- penses of visits to other places for
ested in the continuance of a good match games, and this should not
base ball team gathered at the City be left on the shoulders of the man-
Hall Monday night to see what ager of the club alone, in a cause
could be done. i which is so essentially a public ben-
W. G. Nash, the present manager efit as a means of entertainment No
of the ball team, stated the object of one could have shown more interest
the meeting and suggested the elec- or worked harder in the interest of
tion of a temporary chairman and good ball here than Manager Nash
secretary, which was carried out, and his present stand in the matter
and Elmer Oliver and W. M. Han- is perfectly sound and justifiable.
kins were elected to these offices.
S II. Gove addressed the meeting, AOTHEI SETLER
saying that Mr. Nash ough to have
sufficient backing by the citizens to TO REAT BEYK
do whatever was necessary to fur-
nish good games for the entertain- j
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that the city certainly needed some- BeachStreet Home at the L
thing of the kind during the sum- el
mer. He thought some means Age of 81 Years.
should be used to get up more en- Walter Wilson Van Dorn, another s
thusiasm on the base ball question, of Daytona's early settlers, passed d
but this might be a difficult task away at his Beach street home Fri- it
with regard to anything, unless it day night of last week at the ripe ol
be a free bridge. Mr. Gove thought age of 81 years. Mr. Van Dorn had q
well of the move to push the sale been in failing health for several I]
of the season tickets already issued years and more noticeably of late, c
and was willing to be one of several but was around as usual almost up h
to guarantee Manager Nash funds to the time of his death. He went o0
enough to close engagements with quietly to sleep Friday afternoon J
Sanford. Oc(ala and Orlando teams and drifted into the final sleep that
now in correspondence. In this he knows no waking at about ten b
was joined by S. E. Bullard, Elmer o'clock that night. o1
Oliver and W. M. Hankins, all three Mr. Van Dorn was born at Lex- e:
of whom put up good, earnest pleas ington, Ohio, in 1828 and lived p
for the support of the local team, there for a number of -years, as he V
asserting that the citizens in general did also in Iowa and Kansas, en- p
did not realize as they should the gaged in farming. In June, 1851, o
excellent work done by the Daytona he married Miss Lucretia Hoyt at p
team and the fact-that it furnished West Union, Iowa, who with three ti
one of the best forms of much children, Henry and Charles Van s8
needed entertainment. Dorn, of this city, and Mrs Wilson h
Manager Nash, who has worked Drake, nee Ellen Van Dorn, of North t]
faithfully and hard to keep up a Middleburg, Mass., still survive a
good team and give the people en- him.
tertaining games, said he believed In the spring of 1875 Mr. Van b
there were enough people in Day- Dorn came to Florida with the in- n
tona interested in the matter to tention of locating at Enterprise, but h
make it a success if they could be not liking that place he footed it to a
properly reached, but he was averse New Smyrna (transportation in I
to shouldering the entire responsi- those early days being difficult to a
ability in the future, ai he had in secure) and still being dissatisfied l
the past. he came on to Daytona where he at a
Mr. Bullard suggested that an or- once decided to remain. His family r
ganization be effected by the elec- joined him here in the fall of 1875. o
tion of officers and accordingly Mr. Van Dorn engaged in the p
Jerome D. Maley was elected presi-, mercantile business with Wm. Jack- d
dent; Elmer Oliver, vice president;' son, who was at that time conduct- a
W. M. Hankins, secretary and W. ing a general store, and was a silent c
G. Nash, team manager for a term partner of Mr. Jackson's for a num-
of one year. A committee, consist- of years after his withdrawal from f
ing of Postmaster W. C. Smith and active participation in the business, t
M. B. Aultman, was appointed by Mr. Van Dorn had built on the i
the chair to handle the season tick- present location of The Stillman, on 1
ets, a good distribution of which Beach street, and Mrs. Van Dorn i
would in itself insure the summer's began taking boarders, doing a suc- (
base ball. cessful business for many years, the
Manager Nash stated that the place being known as the Van Dorn
Daytona team had not lost one of House and the building being en-
the five games played this season large at various times until it i
.and had the last three games of the reached its present dimensions. The
previous season also to their credit, house was leased several seasons ago
which should appeal to the people. to Dwight R. Stillman, for a term of
Chairman Oliver said it should years.
not be essential to win all games, as Mrs. Van Dorn and the youngest I
long as the club played good ball, son, Charles, were here with him at
which every one knew was true of the time of his death and the elder
the Daytona team. son, Henry, was summoned from
Manager Nash said it was often the F. E. C. Ry. extension, rea -h-
difficult for the members of the ing here with his family Monday
team, who were nearly all at work morning, to attend the funeral,
in the various stores in the city, to which occurred Monday afternoon at
get off to play the regular games, to 3:( o'clock at the residence, tev.
say nothing of getting off for prac- Dr. B. F. Marsh officiating. The
twice, which they should do for a few interment was at Pinewood ('eme-
hours at least once every week, and tery.
he wished the business men were The assemblage at the services at
more liberal in this respect. the house was notable for the number
The question of securing a regu-' of old settlers of the city come to pay
lar pitcher was discussed, but noth- the last respects to another of their
ing definite was decided upon. It was number who hadl joined what is
stated that Roy Barnes had secured rapidly becoming a large majority
a pl.sition with S. H. Gove and of Daytona's early settlers on the
would be able to be with the team other shore.


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to the regularly nominated ticket of
the Democratic party.


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lorida Congressman Denouces
Representatives Alexander,
Ught and Miller.
Congressman Frank Clark, of the
second Florida District, on Monday
f last week, in the House of Repre-
entatives, made a speech on the
Responsibilities of a Representa-
ve," in explanation of his remarks
Sdisresaing the tariff and W. J.
lryan on April 15th, and his ap-
earance before the Florida Legisla-
are. The entire speech before the
legislature is printed in the Con-
resssional Record, and from it is
extracted the following thrusts at
certain members of the Legislature:
"The Legislature of my State con-
ened in regular biennial session on
kpril 6, 1909, the day following the
delivery of my speech here. That
legislature, while supposed to be
entirely Democratic, contains in the
membership of the House of Repre-
entatives a few Populists, Indepen-
edts, and others who have always
a the past trained with the enemies
E Democracy, but who are now mas-
uerading as the only real, genuine
democratss left on earth. They wear
dollars upon which are branded in
irge letters, 'None genuine without
ur trademark. Yours, forever, W.
B.'
"Considering my declination to
ow down and worship Mr. Bryan,
f Nebraska, as treasonable in the
extreme, one Alexander, who hap-
ens to be a representative from
'olusia county, and who all the
people of Florida know has been in
pen hostility to the Democratic
arty in that State for the past
wMenty-five years, and who has never,
supported a nominee unless it suited
is purpose to do so, introduced in
he House a resolution censuring me
nd indorsing the 'peerless one.'
"Think of this, Mr. Speaker, a
ranch of a State Legislature being
nade to entertain a resolution
having for its object the censure of
Representative in Congress of the i
United States for words spoken in
Debate in Congress! Think of a
aw-making body being asked to1
bandon its legitimate duties and
resolve itself into a political caucus
Dr mass meeting, at the heavy ex-
pense of taxpayers, in order to con-
Leam the Democracy of one man,
nd to give another man a certifi-
ate as a Democrat!
"Alexander, who introduced this
foolish resolution in a grave legisla-
ive body, pressed for its immediate
passage, and seven others besides
himself voted for its immediate pas-
sage. Of these seven so voting was
one--Light, of Marion county-
who posed as one of the leaders
of the Populist party in Florida
when that organization was
seeking to overthrow the Dem--
cracy of that State; and there was
one Miller, from Lake county, who,
I am informed, was only a few years
ago a candidate for Governor of an-
other State on a ticket in opposition


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party loyalty. I admit that it was for 5 cents per 300 gallons.
pre-eminently proper for them, as
individual politicians, to laud the
Democracy of their illustrious ex-t
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on my Democracy.
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THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY
T. E. Hi LOERALD, Editor

THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY
(INCORPORATED)

Entered at the Postoffice at Dayto ia, Florida, as Second Class Matter.

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SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1909


IRE ORANGE GROWEIS- O

THE STATE HAVE SI6ANZED.
t at t
Enthusiastic Meeting of Florida
Citrus Growers Was Held
In Tampa.
Four hundre.l or more orange
g.'owers from various parts of the
tate met in convention at Tampa,
Thursday, June 1st, for the purpose
of organization.
The gathl ring was the most bus-
iness-like getting together of the
the orange growers ever held in
Floridla and organization prom-
ises to effel t a most successful revo-
lution ii the gathering, packing and
marketing of the citrus fruit crops
the State. The morning session was
devotedl tt, the.reading of reports of
several committees appointed from
the delegation of forty-six represen-
tative orange growers who recently
visited California to inspect that
State's system of handling its orange
industry. These reports embraced
packing, grading, transportation,
picking, machinery and appliances,
packing houses, selling and dis-
tribution, enltivation, fertilization
and irrigation as found in Califor-
nia, and proved a revelation to the
assembled Floridians.
Col. Thmnas Palmer submitted a
most instructive report on the for-
niation of the California fruit ex-
change, deseriing the local associa-
tion, sub)-exchanges and central ex-
change with their wonderfully sys-
tematic workings and satisfactory
results under tie California laws,
provided for them, and urged that
an organization e- iled after the
California exchange be formed in
this State under a similar law if ob-
tainable at once or even under the
present laws of iFlorida, pronounc-
ing the California method as near
perfect as can be obtained. The
reilort stated that laws providing
for the exchange had been sent to
the Florida Legislature but so far
no action had been taken on them.
On motion of Col. Palmer, the
California plan was adopted unan-
imously andl a committee of thirty-
three representatives of the several
orange growing sections of the
state was alppoiniil to draft the de-
tailk of the organization which is to
be known as the Florida Citrus Ex-
change. This action brought the
convention with but little speech-
making to the most important part
of its work hIf ire it had been 1
s,'ssion two hoals and a recess a
taken until 2 o'clock when an eq-
ually business like session coln-
pl ted its work by announcement ol
t' i orl'aniz:ation tonrniittee, and ad-
journmi-nli until next day, when the
convention linishe.l up its work.
I'he rc:it feature of tile afterinooE
s-easi mn v a- the enthusiastic niannei
in which tha,'st assembled lmet thel
r l|ina'st for fuiiis to ptrfe''t the or-
ganiation. It wi'as suigested thai
about L ')> tt would, he required tc
pilfect t'he wcirk laid oult and inside
oaf .i0 minun'tes over _, ('~oi> h .d leei;
r ised in ;miiitouints of s"1, i. 1
{.O S7* 5 and ; ti, tontributetl


bliy fims ;and inviduals.
The nul'ii whlo mna.le the iiivestiga.
tion of ('.lliforiia's ntIthltids ol
growing, shlippinmg aund uniketing its
(range crop are all anreeti that the
growers of thatl state Ihve a mnost
perfect systein, i, \\ ich Florida should
adopt an I it is tlhe intention of thla


Florida delegation to California pre-
pared a bill and placed it before the
state legislature, providing for the
formation of a Florida Fruit Ex-
change, on the lin s. of the Califor-
nia organization, and though no
definite action has yet been taken on
it, Cal. Palmer has assurance from
Tallahassee that it is certain of pas-
sage.


r PORT ORANGE

PORT ORANGE, June 3-A. M. Mar-
tin has begun building on the lot he-
purchased a short timen ago.
Mr. Howes is at lanipiti looki:ig
after his Pine Apple farm.
S. B. Green's two little sos \i.itedl
Rev. Mr. Wilder and Mr. Shepard at
their fine house on Flr-minig Hay in the
South part of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Milburu dlro\ve down to
New Symrna.
Doctor and Mrs ('ihowni:g were in
Port Orange last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wells wve:t ov.er to I )
Land last week to visit Mr. ant Mrs.
Vinzant.
J. L. Bailey received a car of Lunllm r
last week and has begun building hii
new cottage on Dunlan ton Ave. At the
sale of the old town Hall building on
Monday Mr. R F. Vaes bought it and
will use the material in rebuilding his
home.
Mr. Lyon made a business trip to liu-
pont Tuesday.
Some members of the i'-rmnlan Colony
arrived last week and will begin work
soon.


HOLLY HILL


HOLLY HILL, June 2-Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Fread and little daughter, of
Winter Park, are visiting Mrs. Fread's
aunt, Mrs. C. F. WetLhrell.
H. Lindquist canle Friday from Salan
ford and returned Saturday takilng his
mother back with hinm.
Mrs. E. Peterson and children also
Mabel Housten went to Zellwood, the
former for a week's visit but Mis. 'Mabel
will not return at present.
May Wingate, who has been visiting
her aunt, Mr; McClcnnan. at Del.and.
returned Monday with Mr. Fuquay
who drove over: bringing back a load of
peaches.
Frank Bogle returned Thesda froit
Plainfield, N. J., where le has been for
several months.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant M:dlon and
family have gone to ISo.ton. Mr. lia-
cock will occupy their house during
Their absence.
After attending the comn Imencern-n
. exercises at DeLand, Miss lel.ien i'alini
lquist returned here this week.
Miss Hilda Mann canie Thursday last
and accompanied by her sisters went tc
Seabrook Saturday to spend sorme tint
x with ir parents, Mr and Mrs l'. A

t The result of Tuestlaivy'. election shllou
the following officers elected:
T H. Cave, Sr.-Mavr.
C. S. Harris-Tiwn tlili k
SC. F. Wetherell-Colle. tor atnd Mar
I shal.
A. 1. Carter, ('. A. li-chards--Cun
cilmen.

DIRE DISTRESS.

It Is Near at Hand to Hundreds o
Daytona Readers.
t Dont neglect an ahliing b:a-k.
lBackache is the ki!dn!ev's cry for hit-Ip
Neglect hurrying to their aidl Inear
that urinary troubles follow qui.-kly
Dire distress, diabetes. Briiht's dis
Sease.
S Prolit by a Dayttona ciii/:.t'< .\pri
ence.
A. K. Itrokaw. Fairt i,.% % t'. ii. lI;\t
- tona, Fla., says: "I ; 1 .hid to .01
That 1)o:ans Kidney Pills lr,\..l ti, h.*:
s most excellent rlentidY illn nly a;Is...
had dull backaches ;anlmi '; in i re it
giron of iIny kitlneys. i V. .--. i.,lh
tered by the irregular :;ni I in. ,f lil!. kid
I ney sTretioins andl ii.. tili uwin. .it:r.i
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,. so*****************************.-* ** *******; To Celebrate the Fourth. Contributed to City

i L ad y o a. There is a movement on foot to The colored excursiomia h
"" g P!D.y ha:uve a barbecue and picnic celebra- Monday and Tuesday from St. .
t1ion of the Fouth of July at some ustine and Jacksonville, wes i
SMRS. H.A. BERNARD, Editor. point on the ocean beach, or on the general very orderly and well
t******* **..............*..****** ....**. **.. -peninsula within easy reach of the haved, the only disturbance in
SEAFREEZE, June 2-Dr. E. L. DAYTONA BEACH, June 2-Deco- beach, the towns of Seabreeze and crowd, apparently, being nipped I *
Pott-r ai.d family, and sister, Mrs. Wil-, ration Day was generally observed at Daytona Beach uniting in the move- the bracelets just as he stepped from.. a
kirson, and retinue of servants left Pinewood Cemetery. New flags were mentand desiring the cooperation the train to the platform at this de
Saturday afternoon for Chicago, where draped over the graves of the Union o Ieona, Kingston, tollv Hill, place. Ntft
Mrs. Potter and daughter willspend some and Confederate soldiers, and friends o D H p ac apparently been imbibing toti
time Mrs. Wilkinson goes to Evans- and relatives visited '-the silent city Blake and other places. He had apparently been imbibing tom1i
ville, her former home, and Dr. Potter of the dead" from early morning; M. L. Waggoner, agent for the too freely and had some controversy go to
will continue his journey to Los Angeles, until late afternoon, placing their beau-J Sountag Investment Company, has with the railro:dl conductor in re- and t
California floral tributes of unforgetfulness. generouly offered to throw open the gard to his ticket. which he renewed their
Bids for the grading of Ora avenue Mrs. W. L. Baldrige. of Winter Park. Country Club House at Seabreeze in a disagreeable manner just as the Cor3
are being advertised for, and our public joined her husband at the Seaside Inn he nicer should they de- train stopped and t e was an in- a
sc-hool street will shortly be opened to Monday. for the picnicers, should they de- train stopped and there was an in-Lilyd
the ocean. Mrs. C. A. Mihles and party, of the 'cide to hold the picnic in that 1o- terchange of blows
Drew Middleton came down from St. Seaside Inn, enjoyed a picnic luncheon cality, and this would be very con- Deputy Sheriff Myers was waiting iP
Augustine the latter. part of last week and turtle egg hunt on the beach Sat- venient in case of rain, which is to board the train on his way to
Mrs. M. L. Waggoner returned Mon- urday night They were quite success- likely to occur at this season of the New Smyrna with a prisoner and
day afternoon from Evansville, Ind., her ful, bringing hooie enough eggs to I he handcuffed the two together ,ou
former home. supply the neighborhood needs. 'year. he handcuffed the two togeth er w
Col Shaffner is having his beach cot- M. B. Church, of Daytona, is supply- This would be a pleasant way to giving the excur.i-on darkey the ad- t
tage, Bide-a wee, put in fine repair. Mr ng at the Daytona Beach Pharmacy, in pass the Fourth and would give the ditional ride to New Smyrna ald ade
and Mrs Pollard have leased the cottage the absence of Jas. F. Dobbins, proprie- people of the various towns a social bringing him back on the next i.in s
for the season, beginning July first. tor, who is away on a month's vacation. together and an opportunity to train here he e bail to appear
Miss Davidson arrived from Atlanta H. F. Dobbins, of Altoona, was overisit togeter and an opportunity to train, w The hea e bail to appear tia
last week and is filling the position of from thi interior last week visiting his become better acquainted with one before the of.t morning, th
governess at the home of Mr and Mrs. brother, and accompanied him to Jack- another. but failed to (o ,s,. evidently pre- shai
o- herring to forfeit the ten dollars de- deed
Haigh. sonville Monday morning. July..
.Aosited with the Aavorwit
Mayor Swift and wife will occupy A. The members of the Epworth League A Handsome Sign. posited with the ayor Wit
I. Mil her's pretty cottage on Jessamnine Society presented Mr. and Mrs. C. H. W. H Wrght recently completed Dr. Hlomghton. dentist, west end 'ier
boulevard after June 10. Mr. Swift will Willson with a handsome silver spoon, .
have his office on Ocean boulevard. before their departure for the north, in at his shop on Magnolia avenue and S ,i t' Iridge Pt ck bleck, phone 32. t',
Itev. Shultz. Baptist evangelist tilled appreciation of their kindness in -on- delivered to New Smnyrna Tuesday, W t e sron?
an appointment at Wilnans Opera tributing their musical service- a handsome gold leaf business sin, t to be strong
house Sunday afternoon, making a tine Capt. W\. D. Oliver. a Confederate hearing the words, "Howe & ('ur- Bat more Quaker Oats. This ad- Noti
talk to an intere.-ted -ongregation. He- ve-tcran. who rounded out his 76 years rv Fl la uds i the vice is coming from all sides as a re- orell.
hiel tihort .srrvic at the little -iv:rhe-l, -May 31, will attend the reunion of the ah l the iin nit of recent experiments on foods *dt
around the corner Tuesduay aftermnooi. It'oinic'trate ett-rans of the State of sign an the name, "'ll. L-iers- to determine which are the best for mn de
Dr and Mrs. Everuiden rcctive-d (i l-hri.la, which v.ill I.e held at Ocala on dorf," on a five-foot. piendlllnt. The ;strength and endurance. Ithasbeen lnte
rate of pineapples from Fort l'icrce the 2nd, 3rd and 4th of this uionth, sign, wliclh is '. x) feet in dimni-n proved that eaters of Quaker Oats situaot
Saturday. a present from their sun. Onte o.f ihis cherished treasures is a bat- sions and double fael, is to i he and such cereals are far superior in South
renottha ner
Ralph Evernden, station agent at that te:ed naval iltg which floated from the ls oer a r a, a a \ strength and endurance to those who thel
point. 1lheyvwere'extra fine and id.- lag p ohl of his ship during the Ciil placed over a rea way at rely upon the usual diet of heavy of e
-r..hall
licious, and thi (Gaztte-News corr.s- War. Smyrna. Mr. Wright, vl h i. an greasy foods. The Quaker Oat d.n
pondent is indebted to the doctor and Miss L.ee Bowers has returned from artist in this line, ys lihe has h..d Company is packing Quaker Oatsi.i Jniv
wife f >r a generous saminple of same. livr .-'ontii lerni at Stetson 'uiver.-ity. quite a great deal of sign painting o i ti for warm climates. It ke thistti
Miss Ware, uhio uas pleasantly lo- and is with her mother at the Daytona .do of late, tilling in that time whaen fresh and sweet indefinitely. eterk
cated with Dr. and Mrs Everndden Beach Hlitel. house painting e is are s-
during the past season, left Saturday 11. S Fawcett, of Gainesville, a prom- hoe pantg a s-
for Massachusetts. intnt nmemiber of the Horticultural So- ally slack. .
Mr. and Mrs. John B 'ebelhoer, who city, was registered at the Daytona AYT I tA o eC
have been bu.-y for a week or more put Beach Hotel last week. Waterworks Progress. Mrs. Celte Hinks Prorietes
tng their handsome new bungalow in Col. and Mrs. Win. M. Shaffner and The last of the four wells for the WA re you going to spend the summer on
North Seabreeze in a state of complete Mr. Turner and family are taking their waterworks syste was eted
waterworks system was completed ayo to the Daytona Bes
ne:s for next season's occupancy, left meals at Ocean Villa. m
Friday for their summer honie at Oco- *Miss Tuft, of New York, is doing Tuesday, the flow holding up to the I PRICES MODERATE.
umowoe. Wis. Their bungalow is one of dressmaking at Daytona Beach Millin- average secured in the other wells 0E*@E. U*Ee UOMEI9860 0 SU--
the most attractive as well as the most cry Store. and giving a total of I .'(i0 gallons *sieme* *g*g.*.ee *gogee a-
expensive, in the bungalow type on the G. L. Johnson was in Coeoa last week per minute fro* fur wells. All four
peninsula, and includes all modern con- visiting relatives. ew e r e l o t t sameti N EW SE A SI
veniemnees. Mesdamnes Kurtz, IRogers, little Vir-turned on at thesametie
\ Miss Grace Griggs is visiting friends ginia Kurtz and Miss Alice Daugherty, without any appreciable difference, Directly on the Atlantic Beach. Surf
in Palatka this week. by invitation of Dr. 11. C. Turner, had a in the flow and no decrease in the r Per
Mr. and Mrs Kenney and grandchild, pleasant motor var trip to DeLeon flow of surrounding wells has heen HORACE F. STEWART, Pro
Miss 01a Simns and Mortimer and Had- Springs last week. reported Furnished Cottages for Light
win Courtney went by boat to the inlet Prof J. 11. Seldon returns Saturday Friday afternoon of last w -eek
on a tishiiig expe..,tiou Monday, and en- frorr Plant Clity, near which place he i
joyed a line day's outing has been conducting summer normal. there was more licfieulty between
Postmaster Britton is enjoying a visit Miss Pearl Spauliing left Friday of the management and the men at
from ihis nephew, W. T. Jetton. of An- last week tor New York, where she ex- work delivering the iron pipe, over OUR FOUR CARDINAL
derson. N. C., who arrived Monday af- pects to spend the summer. the question of hours and payv. ai
ternoon, and will be here for some time Dr. J. A. Van Valzah and two daugh- i
Mr. and Mrs. Erregger, of Valley ters, Lois and Eunice, left Monday for a force of men was brought in from
street, left Tuesday aft. rnoon for their Philadelphia for a visit with relatives. Georgia, but influenced by the men ABSOLUTE SAFETY, Insured by
sumnner home at Brooklyn, N. Y. Mr. The Epworth League on next Monday here they also hung fire until T'ues-
Erreggt-r has lbten under medical care evening. the 7th, will hold a social and day morning when some satisfactory (Xtp -
for stme time, and his numerous business meeting at the parsonage. A arrangement was made with them a
friends sincerely hope a change of climate full attendance is desired, and the work resumed. The pipes Surplus -
will result in returning health to himn. Mr. and Mrs. EL D. Holeomb. groom are now distributed through a large
8. E. ignoree and family leht Monday and bride, of Palatka, are spending part of the city. Stockholders Liability
morning for a cross country motor car their honeymoon at the White House. -
trip to Seville. ithcre they will visit Mr. Nicholsoa'ssister, Miss Nicho lson, Mutton Birds.t Actiuail stciurity to depositors
r friends ano relatives, who has been visiting here the past During six weeks every autumn the | -
Cards are out announcing the ap week, left Monday for Georgia. 400 inhabitants of the Australian Fur
Sn o M r M Hw i h Beaux Islands make enough money to N(TI': This lank is Number Oi
proachming iuphtial of Miss nracet Mrs. Lt. L. Howard is having a store suprt themselves in Idleness the rest.
i'velyn iriggs and F rank S. Brown, of house built on thie rear of her lot on Pal- of the year. They do this by cntchitng Natiaonal lIalks in Florida, a
of Palatka, to be solemniized at the metto avenue, the very fat young muttonn birds,' F1nited S;tates, aminong over si
home of hlier mnotlht-r, Mrs. Allen, on Mr. aind Mrs. A. J. Heardsley, popular which are hatched there In such num- .
Valley street, June 16 at 8.00O p. in. winter residents, leave tomorrow for bears that the flocks when they mi- -:tatk.
- The twts conn's from Miniieapolis, their sunmmner l hiime at Boyue City, grate extend for miles. They furnish
Minn., that Miss ;e.itrude Hale, whosat Mich. Thtey exi. t to stop over at food and oil,. which is used for lubri- CONSERVATISM
t musical acconmplisiiuents and lovely Biltmore N. C., ani betroit, Mich for eating purposes and also as a substi- -__
o personality won for her many friends a visit. _____ prove y our success and
during her several seasons stay here, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Branch leave Mon- Maklng Sure.
Swill be wed to a prnii--iog young M1. i). day for an overland trip to Seville. Country Cousin-Are you sure I am SUARE DEALING


of her her own city, this imontha. They where they will visit with the latter's in the right train? Town Relative
hs ave the I:-st uishl.s of iher host ,of parents, in the height (f the peach and (who has had about enough of lt Ask our patrons.
friends for future happiness. watternmelon season Well, I have asked seventeen lporters
Mrs. Evernd.nu l-ft Monday for Thie Misses France Saarber and Lena and thirty-two passengers, and they COURTEOUS TREATMENT
Winte-r Park to attiid the closing ex- Tomlmhinson spent the week at lDeLand, all say "Yesl, so I think you'd better
- risk It.--London Telegraph.
ercises of Rollins C'.Illtge, of which Miss attending Stetson University commence- pen an account with us and
Mary, htr daughter is o.-e of the. grad- nllent .xecis.ontnue to take delight
-If thou continuest to take delight lpI
untcs in uiusic Abigail Bartholonew Chapter, D. A. Idl argumentation thou mayest
The re-,id-ints of the peiiln-ula towns IR., hield their tirst anniversary meeting qualfled to combat wth the sophists NATION
generally are talking up a July barbecue at the hole of the Regent, Miss Kathryn but never know how to love with men.
and picnic oin the beach, and ouhlde lhorp, May 26th As many of the --Scrats.
glad to have the-ir Daytoaa friends join numbers lad gone t to their northern -- ST A U ( US T ]
f hands with them in making it a gitat ones only a portion of the Chapterwere *
success M l,. '.. aggolner, of the Sonn, prtsenlt to (eijoy thle gracious hospitality
tag ivestmiirient ('ioiumpany, has kindly of Mrs and l iss Thorp. No formal
tendered tlhe Country C(luib hoituse iftee of prograni was gi\eni, thin. meeting being i
Scrharge if it is thoughtt best to t-lct thliv of oa formal nature. A test review of
Location. Tiere ar,- other locations thel winter's work in the shape of his-
nielntioned,. tut thiis is fa\torred tlon ac toriical conluulndrumisl, which were all O I AiL to h the
_count of healing l pl )e.-ant accomtionitm, iins vls V f;'-ver, rlsulttd in the awarding of do not &O ta o total
for basket lntiicion ani she suin or lain. Big low, who sulvedI 13; of the 15 ques- 0I I I and mail it to us
Dr. Potter was the gut-st ( ,f honor, at tiolns. 'This souvenir was a silk Ha, I Onte b( DO s., iet LeQlSeS -m e and add
.a stag :party giv.enT Iy A .. .FIt-ulninig bearing a suitable inscription. Mrs. on 4 d c v,
F riday evetiing of lasit week. Somnl Will. hel;lt:ii leing next with correct t SeL c u lIu send von M
: twelve or liftlen t.-ii.ts. l'rre pr.lsent, answers was pres.ntel-d with a box of OSSISOS One n ove-coulnItf oul eI
Sand t'njoyveit thlh. hospitality of the I). A. R. stationery. Mrs. Charles Gard- dU veW
bachtelor qu.lurters, and it is whiisp)er.-. inner drew the third souvenir, a tiny flag habitual consti nation FREE
that at this iimeet-.i' m-l s ,f gi-, : ith suiitaile ad\ i-e. The dainty re- RtE IN G O
I- iupport to t1- cil's gro's ith w.-w- dis- ni.-hn,.-;t. cre also of a: historical sermOneRyH 0 I
i c .i. amnd a tnj, l. tve, l irr lidav cake h.vinii thirteen l0 i'sL !IN GJ 4
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S% of seJ% of ne%.. ......
SNe% of se and n 3-4 of se%
SE4 of se% of se% ............
W o of ne% and neY4 of ne%..
All Wiggins' Grant..........
Lot 4....................
All fractional.............
E 2o chs of c4 and sc.......
All fractional................
NH of.....................
C W Clarke Grant.......
All...... .. ... ........... .

N% of........ ...... ...... .
Ne% and s% of nwt.. .....

Sw% of ne% and s% of nw.

Sw%.... ..... ..... .....

Se% and w% s of county line,
sw% of sw%..............

Se% of ne% of se% and s% o0
and nwY of se% and e% of
and nw% of sw%, s of count


S4 3 OWNER.






f se 24 13 27 70o tary H Lewis... 87
...... 24 13 7 D Braddock........ 71
...... 25 13 27 120 D Braddock...... 5 28
.... 39 3 27 315 ison Cypress Co... 94
... I 4 27 59 Price & Co......... 2 87
.... 13 14 27 594 Price & Co......... 1 33
.... 4 4 27 zoo Price& Co.. ....... 408
...... a3 14 27 263 Price & Co.... .* 5 28
...... 24 14 27 320 Price & Co.. ...... 6 5o
...... 43 14 27 639 qlsoe Cypress 0--- 17 26
..... 12 13 28 6i5 JP' Turnen Cpress
LUMr o. .... 24 90
.... 13 3 28 325 S4 A 2t ....- 8 91
...... 14 13 28 245 J J p'Der, Lypress
45 Co......--- 3 '3
...... 15 13 28 .120 Turner, Cypress
ner C----......... 4 38
15 3 28 60o .l Tinter i & NS
t /Co...... ....... 3 65
except
S16 13 28 295 Castle TinUler & N S
S/ Co.... .. .. ..... 8 3o
ru C"' / '"


sw
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17


Lots E and F, Wilson sub of....... 19
Lots H and I, Wilson's sub of..... .-19
Lots J. K, P, R and S, Wilson'
sub of .......... ...... ......... 19
Lots W and H, Wilson's sub of.. 19
E% of se% of ne%.. .......... ao
Nw% of se .......... ...... ....
Ne% of nw%......... .... .....2. a
Lots A, B, D,. E, F1 Wilson's sub 30
Lot C, Wilson's sb............... 30
Lot 7. sub of a% of ne% and part of
lot I.......... ............... 32
Lots 7 8nd 8, bk 6, Seville........
All blks 27 and 28, Seville......
Lots i, 3. 4, blk 34 and lots 1, 2,
. 3. 4, bk 35. Seville............
Lots s and 6. blk 35, Seville.....
All bk 49, Seville...............
All except n 13o ft of w 135 ft,
bibk 5. Seville................
All bk 71, Seville................
Lot i. blk 34, Rentz's addition to
Seville .......... oooooooooooo
Lot s. blk 44, Rentz's addition to
Seville......... .. ...........
Lots D and E, sub of lot 3, bik 33.
I- Popel's addition to Seville....
I t .b, Uk F. Poppell's addition to
Se le...... ...... ..........
% of q%........ ............33
i- E% of sw%.... .... ............ 33
N wof nw%....... .......... .. 33
s 735 ft of n 420 ft of ne0 of sw% 34
N% of nw% of sw%.... ... ..... 3
S 7-8 of se% of naw%.... .. ... 3
S% of se% of ne%............... 4
N% of ne" of as%.. ,.. ....... 4
Sy of nw% of nwm ............. 4
E sas ft of a 836 ft of ne% of seW 6
Part of se% of se% per deed book 17,
page s65........ .......... .. 6
Lot 3 ............................. 6
SN% of ae% and lot 3.............. 7
N% of se% of ne% and s% of seY4
Sof nre........ ....... .. 8
S Ne% of sw% and s% of sw and s
S 933.ft of sw% of nw% e of R R ex
e cemery....................... 9
Sw% of ne%, w of R R.... .... 9
Nw% of ne% ex 2 acres sqr in se
corner.... .................... ..10
2 acres sqr in se corner of nw% of
ne%........ ......... ...... .... 10
Lot i, sub of nw% of seY........ 10
Ne% of nw% and sw% of sc%.. .. 16
S% of ne% and nw% of ne% and se%
S and lots i to 4 inclusive......... 18
Sw% of sw% of se% and nw% of se% 19


E of e% and nw% of swY and sw%
of nw ...... ........... ....
Lots s7 and 19, Bakersburg......
E of swY4 of sw% and sw% of sw%
S of sw%....... .....
S% of n% and seW of sw% and wd
of aw%........... ...... ........
Se% of neY4 and nw% of sw% and
w% of nw%...... ............
-* Sw% of sw%...................
E%3 of ne% and nw% of ne% ex n
74o ft of e% of wy and ne% of
se ..... ..-- ----.....--..-- .. --....
W% of se% of se%...... .. ......
SE% of sw% of se%.... .... .. ....
Lots a to ii inc, North Piersonville
Lots 4 and el/ of lot S, Bennett
Hmstd ........................
Lots 6 and wY of lot 5, Bennett
Hmstd......................
Lot 2s. Bennett Hmstd...... ....
Wya of ne% and nw% of se% and
ce of sw% and nwWIof sw% and
S ne% of nw% and w% of nw%..
ne% of wY% of nw%...... ......
SY% of ne% of sei.... ......
SwW of sw................
N% of neW.............. ....

S% of ne%4..................
N 7-8 of ne% of se% and wY of
of se% and nay of sw% and nw%'
E34 of sw34 of sw%.. ...........
S 370 chs of lot 32, Kennel's Pier-
son...... .... .... .......... ..
Lots 47 and s5, Kennell's Pierson
Lots 55, 54, and s%_ of lot 56, Ken-
nell's Pierson...I.. ............
Lots i to 6 inclusive, Nel Pierson's
Pierson... ..................
,.Lots 35 and 36, Nels Pierson's Pier-
son........ ........ .. .... ....
All blk 2, C F Pierson's Pierson..
Lot I, Assessor's Pierson..... ......
N% of nel of neo of sel,........
Ne% of se%.. .... ............
NeY of sw% ........ .............
W% of e% of sw% of sw% and s 3-4
S of wy of sw% of sw%.... .. ..
Ne% of nw^! of sw.......... .
Sw% of sw%...... .........
NeX of nw% of sw%4.... ......*...


Part of ne% of sej4 per deed book 1o,
page 423............ ** ............
SeW of se.. -. ................
S% of lot ... .. .. ............
Lot a and sA 3- of tot 3...........
N 13 chs of c% of ne% of sw% and
n 3-4 of w% of ne% of sw%......
Nef e%................... .......-.......
S% of n% of sw% ofs e.. .....
AI is a, 3 and 4, Fulwidr's add
to Eldridge............... ..
All e lots 2d to 35, Uk 7, Fuiwider's
add to Eldridge...... .... ....-
Lts 26 to 35 inc, bk 7, Fulwider's
add to Eldridge.... .... .
AllAn 8, Fulwider's add to Eldridge
Nw% of nw%.... .... .... ......
Hn of sw% of sw%...... .....
I'W of nw% of se% of sw%.....
wrt of nwR% of nw% per deed book
4, 73e .. .... ...*** **** ........
t8. Lungren.... ............
aBt to C Volusia.... .. .........
|MdsoweU and Black Grt.. ........
3 ........................
4 of sw%..... ............ ...
o f neY4...... .............


S77.. .... ............ ..
)% of lot* 2...................
of nw...................
IkSf of ne% and nwvY of se4 and
-e% of sw% and se% of nw......
.MW% of sc6 ...................
W 913 chs of se% of se%........
S% of se% of sw%..... .......
Net of nw%.. .. .. .....---..-
E 3-4 of se% of ne.............*
W 4o ft ofs 207 ft of ne% of ne%
and nw% of set of ne%.......
Und % int in e 3-% of sw% of ne%
Lot i...... .... ...... .... ......
S% of e of n...........
ILoa3 jan 4 and swY% of nw%.....
Nw%- of aw%.. O
Und int in T'los F ce' G rt....
kot bik s, Wilson's, DeLeon
Lots iand i"b 'i, Wilson's, De-
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13
13
13
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13
13
13
13

13


28

28
28

28
28
28
28
28
a2
28

28


70 Castle Timber & N S
Co.. .. ....... .
21 Carrie A Davis...
K Borson........


20




5


Mary H Lewis......
Carrie A Davis......
J W Dodge.. ......
S E Gilmer. Exc....
J W Dodge........
Mary H Lewis.........
J D Braddock ......


C C
Thos
Thos


498
2 87
71

5 58
7 70
1 19
1 67
1 67
12 83
1 19


Smucker .......
A Baker......
A Baker ......


D J Grimes.. ......
Wim Davis........
W B Tighlman...

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

Minnie E Rentz...

James Neal........


I 49
71
1 42

I 23
1 72

1 23
1 01


Martha B Gilmore..... i 23


Abarilla Braddock.. ..
A F Sherman.........
S A Braddock......
Mrs E C Stanley....
D H Carter.......
Crescent Timber Co..
R G Nuckols......
W D Webber. Adm..
Crescent Timber Co..
W G Peters........
Price & Co.........

J W Dodge ... ...
Price & Co..........
Price & Co..........

W D Webber. Adm..


Price & Co..........
A E Sweet.. ......

Mary A Morrison....

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



21 14 28
21 14 28

21 14 28

22 i6 28

27 14 28
27 14 28


I 01
2 38
2 38
1 42
93
71
1 42
93
93
93
93

I 01
1 67
3 35
I 23


4 68
2 87

1 72

1 o0
71
I 90


Price & Co.... .... o 41
Count de toulanse Lan-
tres.... .. ....... 2 20

Price & Co...... .... 5 58
Price & Co.. .... 8 64

Price & Co.... ..... 1 58


Price & Co........


8 94


Price & Co.... .... 4 86
Hrs of G W Bennett z 54


Price & Co...... .... 5 t6
Price & Co.. .. .... oo
S F Lindstrom.. .... i oo
Price & Co.. ...... 2 64

Unknown... .. ... 2 39

G W Long ......... 2 39
George Karr.. ...... 74


Price & Co........
Hrs of G W Bennett
Wisner Land Co.. ...
Count de Toulanse
Lantres.... ......
Price & Co.... .....


7 89
I 28
1 54

4 03
1 9o


Price & Co.. ........ 1167
F N Thurber.... .... 28

Tue Pierson.. .. .... 1 3o
Unknown.. ........ I co


Hrs of G W Bennett..

S E Smith........

W W Powell.... ....
C F Pierson......
S S Lindstrom.. ....
J W McHride .. .....
I Y Reeves........
C T 'urdom.... ....

R B McBride.......
J W McBride... ....
Hrs of I Richardson..
McClansing & Swarten-
green.. ...... ....


C V & J E Stone....
Hrs of I Richardson..
Minshew & Harper...
Price & Co.........

Hrs of R James....
Lucy A Stone......
Anna Lair........

C D Waldo.... ......

O L Fulwider......

F W Moore........
C D Waldo..........
Lucy A Stone.......
Estella Schwartz....
Unknown.........

Zeplorah BaerC......
Unknown... ......
II A Hodges........
Hlrs of W E :Connor.
J C Turner Cyp &
Lum Co.. ..........
Kate L Hubbard....
J Y Reeves.. .......
J W Walker.......

J M Pickle.......
I W Walker......
obt Kaighn.. ....

A Cameron........
Abraham Richardson..
Perry Purdom......
Hrs of R W Roberts..
Hrs of R W Roberts..
A G Carter........

Loni. Retatiate......
Jessie Dougherty.. ...
Theo Strawn... ....
W H & G A Hunter..
R F Poston.......
Hrs of B F Haynes..
Hrs of Wm McCade..

L J Billings.. ........


1 30

2 94

1 30
74
1 54
74
1 54
I 54
2 94
74
1 54
4 56


1 04
1 54

3 IS
t 58
3 S8
t oo

1 04
So04

I 04
74
I 54
3 i8
74

2 13
93
II 33
36 68

29 73
I 67
2 09
1 67

1 30
1 54
I 54
6 ?i
2 64
3 In
74
3 i8
1 3

268
1 00
19 77
1 90
3 35
1 42
4 56
I 30


Consolidated Grocery


S. o '


N 3 chains of w 6 chains of lot 3
and e% of nw%. of nw*%..


All blk 22. Price's. Winona......
I.ot r. sub of lots 3 and 4..........
I't ,f w .. of lot 1................
. acres sqr in sc corner of n% of
lot 4 .......................... .
W' of ne1i of se.'4...............
I.ot : sub of n of sw% '4............
E, t of se' of se of sw% ......
W\.. of se-1 of sw1. of sw% ......
N.*', of sw (of sre and s' of
se'. of s. of swW-...........
1ll 'I. int In lot 1 city blk 4.
Spring Garden city .............
Lots 5 to 9 ine city blk s Spring
Garden City ....................
1Al -ity blk 11 Spring Garden City
I.ots 1 2 2 4 6 7 8 and 9 city blk
23. Spring Garden City........
All eity hlk 27 Spring Garden City
EI. f set of lot 1...:........--....
.S4 of ne' of lot 5 and sa of se%
of lot 5 ........................
! 21i ft of ei of ne* of nei, and
n r1114 ft of e of se'. of noe',
w of nw ...................
I.ot '. :: and s'i of nw% ........
Lot ... .. ........
Nw o "f lot :! ....................
of sw- .of sw' of sw%....
%v 1 chs of n'- of neWt of se/ and
n12 of sws orf lne% of se%..:.
.e-z" of se'* .....................
W 11.82 chs of n 5-8 of se of sqe..
N :3- of w'- ,o,f lot 4 and s 8 chs
of o2 of lot 3 and n S chs of
s :-4 of w'u of lot 5..........
I.ot 1. 2. 3 .....................
'e' 4 of lot 4 ....................
N of sei .............. ........
w 1 .4 s- ... .....................
N'/ of ne% of se.' of swi..........
.Ne" of seW' ...........
E 600 ft of n% of sw% of se / of
s e 4 .. . .. .
F 4.- chs of ne% of sww.... ...
Sw.%w of swA of, nw'...........
IS 2.2 chs of lot B and lot C sub of
Pilot M Arredlndo rt ......
I.ot 12 Wilson sub of I-onge rt....
i .ots 4 anid 2% Wilson sub of Long
l.ots is and 19 Wilson sub of Long
S G rt ..........................**
Iot 7 Xeff Estate ................
l),ts *q to 14 inc Neff Estate .....
W~ ,,of sw% of se% of ne% ......
NeS4 of net' of se% ............
Nw' Of Hle'i of se'i.............
.' w 4 of setI of sw ...........
I.ot 3 Hik G- Deanblurg..........
S o f %Y o-f ne..............-- --
N*, of s. o f o ne4 of ne '........
N .19 chains of e 9 3-4 chains of
.. f S ....................
5 3z.8s chains of e 9 3-4 chains of
t12 f .. t sr ....................
@,? 6of S
:.% ,a of 1I" chains of w Io 1-4
S chains of sr'i of se 'i ..........

"s page- 7 ......... .......
3 2-t1 ..of w', of nw% of swt of
N 1#' ft o.f ws- of e'. of lot 7 hik 9
11d-.La nd ........................
11US':t ft of niw. of el: .of lot 7
blk ; Lel.and ..................
N t o ft of sw of ,'-1 of lot 7 hlk
9 elan .... ........
N ., ft of lot S blk 9 LDeland. .
I...t a sub o.f .* 1-12 ft .t n' of 1..t
.s tbk 9 Dl>)-lAnl ................
I.ot 3 ,lk 4 Shimer's sub blk to
al.rl 'nt .. -.... -- --.-.-.-. -
W 2-, ft .f lot 4; and e 7C ft c.f lot 7
1.lk 12 1)- it.anl...............-
l.ot 1:1 blk 1 sub of lot 3 blk 15
i vl.antl ........................
N' .4* lot 4 blk IS Deland........
l.4ts 14 and 1I.. sub of lots 1 to 9
ine ik 19 D.lta.nd ............
I,,t 1* s.lb of Iots 1 to 4 ine blk 19
De-l.and ......................... *


I..ts :!1 and :'12 subh f lots 1 to 9
ine. Mlk 19 lel-.and ............
N\'i ..f lot 5. h1k "22 D.and ......
\V -'" ,ft off 1,t Parce'a add. to
D -i.and .... ....................
l.ot I1. Kingsbury's adld. to l)reIand
l.ot 1t; Kinlgsl.uryvs add. to t-Land
I ". ... .. -F I _. i .. k I


OWNER, .






SH Wright.. ....... 04


DESCRIPTION.





Lots 15, 16, 21, 22, 27 and 28, blk
21, Ifeardsley, DeLeon Springs..
Lot 4, blk 22, Beardsley, DeLeon
Springs.......... .. .. ..........
S% of lot i, blk 23, Beardsley. De-
Leon Springs..................
Lot 4, bk 23, Beardsley. DeLeon
Springs.......... ..........
Lots 4 and 8, bik 28, Beardsley, De-
Leon Springs.... ..............
Lot 40 sub of lots O to io, Dupoat
& Gaudry Grt..................
S% of lot 18, Dupont & Gaudry Grt
NyN of lot 16, Dupont & Gaudry Grt
EY, of lot 19, Dupont & Gaudry Grt
Nz of lot 21, Dupont & Gaudry Grt
N 744 chs of lot 25, Dupont & Gaudry
Grtn...... .... .... .........
Sw i acre of lot 26, Dupont & Gau-
dry Grt......................
SW of no of lot 27, Dupont & Gaudry
(rt............. ... ..........
E to chs of lots 33 and 34, Dupont
& Gaudry Grt...... ..........
W 51 chs of lots 33 and 36 and lots
35 and 36; Dupont & Gaudry Grt
Lots 37, 38 and 39, Dupont & (au-
dry Grt.......... ..........
E 22 acres of lot 40, Dupont &
Gaudry Grt.. ..... ......
E 580 ft of w 1900 ft of lot 40,
Dupont & Gaudry Grt..........
W 1984 chs of n of lot 49 and sY
of lot 49 ex n 209 ft of e 209 ft,
Dupont & Gaudry Grt.. ........
Lot 50, Dupont & Gaudry Grt......
Lot 61 ex e 1o chs, Dupont &
Gaudry Grt...............
Lot 20 sub of lots 73 and 74, Du-
pont & Gaudry Grt ..........
S 7.10 chains of n -946 chs of e 26.66
chains of lot 80, Dupont & Gaudry
Grt..... ............ .. ....
Lot toz, Dupont & Gaudry Grt....
Lots 107 and o18, Dupont & Gaudry
Grant....... ..............
N/2 of lot o19, Dupont & Gaudry Gta
Lots ito, ill, 112 and 113 e of R R
and n 61 links of lot 114 e of
R R. Dupont & Gaudry Grt....
N 2.2 chains of w 2o chains of lot
1=5, Dupont & Gaudry Grt......
S 7.2 chains of n to chains of lot
125. Dupont & Gaudr Grt......
Lot 126 ex s 7 chains of w 35
chains, Dupont & Gaudry Grt....
Lot t29. Dupont & Gaudry Grt....
S 5 chains of e 25 chains of lot
S13j4. Dupont & Gaudry Grt......
l.ot 25, Glebwood....... ..........
Lot 27, Glenwood.... ..... ......
Lot 4. sub of lot 4...... ......
Lot 20, Assessors Beresford.... ....
Lot 3.... .... .... ............. 2
Lot 14 sub of n% of nwW%.... .... i
Lot 3.......... ............ .
All.. ..........................
NY2.. ........ ....................
Se% of se%.... ....... ......
All.... ......... ...............
WH of se4 and w% ............
WyA of sw%.....................
NY of ne4......................
Se% of se% and wz of se% and
e% of sw% and sw% of sw', and
nw4 .........................
E 3-4 and wj of nw%.... ......
EW of se04 and uw% of s % .... ..
All.. ..........................
W of .................. .......
All ....... ..!................
Al.. .... .. ........ ..............
All ........... ......... ........
All ....... ...... ..... .......
All........................ ....
NeW' and e'% of se* aand sw% of
:e and wY................
All ................ ...... .....
All ...................... .... ....
All .................. ... .. ....
Sw% and w! of nw% ........
All...........................
All ................. ..........
All.............................
All ....... .....
All ............... ...... .......
All ..................... .. ......
All .............. ......... ......
All .. ............. .............
N'/I of ne'4 and nw ..........
lW% of ne. and se.... .. .......
Xe%o of nw% of nec and wY of
nw' of ne4 .... ...........
W 6 chains of sc' of sw% and s/
of sw% of sw% and e 8 chains of
nY of sw% of sw%..........


Rebecca G Critchel..

Hrs of F E Cameron

J B Morse.... ....

E L Sylveston.. ....

Hrs of F E Cameron..

B M Perrine......

B M Perrine.... ...

B M Perrine ........

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

Brs of F E Cameron

Theo Strawn.. ....


Hrs of F E Cameron

Brs of F E Cameron

Frances E Bredow ..

Hrs of F E Cameron..
Hrs of F E Cameron

W H Wood ......
L C Waterman.. ...
Robt Williams.......
F W Munson......
Annie S Coleord......
Leresford Celery Co.
Anderson Carter....
Beresford Celery Co..
P B Allen.. ........
P B Allen.........
PB Alien..........
P B Allen.........
P B Allen.... ......
P B Allen.........
P B Allen.... .....

P-B Allen.........
P B Allen.......
P B Alen.......
P B Alen........*
P B Allen.......
P B Allen.........
P B Ale..... .....
P B Alen..... .....
P B Allen..... .....
PB Allen..... .....

P B Allen.........
P B Alen...........
P B Alen...........
P B Alen..........
PB Allen..........
P Allen...... ....
P B Allen...... ....
P H Allen...... ....
P Allen..-......
P B Allen...... ....
P K Allen...... ....
P K Alien...... ...
P B Alien...... ..
P B Allen.. ........
P B Allen.. ........


i8 15 30


19 15 30


14 34

16 30


16 30
16 30
1 S30
19 20

16 30
16 so4
1C 30

16 30
16 30

i6 30


S88
S28

348
486


9 24
S30


2 13
t 58


3 18
2 r3
I 00
1 00
I oo00

4 56
7 29
I 83
5 91
22 29
864
8 91
14 94
11 33
2 87
2 87

It 93
14 94
408
17 36
7 70
24 6o
17 36
17 36
17 36
17 36
16 49
17 36
17 36
17 36
6 So
s6 19
16 19
16 19
16 19
i6 19
j6 19
16 ig

6 So9
6 So
6 50


S B Brooke.. ...... i 58

Leforii. Schroder &
Billings.. ........ 37 58


Lefriis, Schroder &
Billings ..........
Hrs of L W Odum..
M D Learned.......
L J Billings........
Billings & Jackson..
L J Billings.........
Arentha Hunter ....
R O Harlein........
F E Joyce.........
E A Branch ........

Jessie Dougherty ..

M E Chappell ....
Hrs of F E Cameron
Hrs oftFECameron
Hrs of PE BCameron
Charlie Jones .......

J M Samuels .......

C I. Mann ..........
Marcus Loeb ........
C I, Mann.........
C L Mann.........
Hamlin & Stewart..
G W Dean ..........
Consolidated Grocery
Co................
H M Beardsley..---.
Hrs of M A Clackner

A V S Smith.......
R J Devenish ......
H kl Beardsley....--
W A & A E Curnick
G E Wheeler .. ---
L & J Boyd.. ......
E J Howard.........
C N Blelby .........
Nedira Shields......
A S Hancock.......


1343
74
74
71
1 97
1 19
1 90
53
93
1 97

1 49
1 22
93

1 23
1 19
100
1 30
1 58
1 83
5 91
1 67
93
1 O4


2 20
1 90
4 08


C S Farries ....... 58
H N Mann ......... 24 60


C 1 Mann...........
R J Devenlh ......
H M Beardsy......
H MeKoo ......
Theodore Strawn ....
M F, Neal ........
A V S Smith........
SR Strawn.........
Nelson Davis ........
E W Hurry ........


13 13
1 54
8 64
1 29
14 10
1 83
14 10
14 10
3 18
1 83


F I. Deen .......------

Abbi- D Allen....... 21
R 1. I.ockard ....... 2 13
Hrs of T E C Brinley 1 54

Semlnole Mfg Co.... 28 05

Julia Morris ........ 1 04
Unknown ........... 3 4

Unknown ........... 3 48

Unknown ........... 3 48
Abbie Hall....... 3 18

R L Lockard ......3 41

E M Hully ......... 94


C A McKinney......
p IH lnsing-.......
C L fmith. Jr......

V and A Howard...


26 '4

17 12
1 28
1 33


Oovenor and Frank
Taylor ............ 1 60
Georgiana Smith.. .. 68
Emma Camp ....... 4 6

Ellza Williams ...... 4J
Mllly paniels ...... 1
Lenzy Flowers .... 1


1IO4 .
..hAJ


" roderick & Upson...


Ne% of nec of sw%4..............
NY of se% of sw% of ne%........
E% of se% of nwA of se-%........
Neo4 of ne% of nw% of nw%.......
S. of n 2-3 of w 3-4 of nw% of
nw --.................------------...
N 1-3 of w 3-4 of nw% of nw% ....
Sw% of seL......................
W% of s% of nw% of sw%.. ..
Nw% of ne% of se%...............
S' of se% of neof f ne%........
Ne% of ne% of se'Y of neW.......
Nw% of ne of se% of ne%........
S% of se% of sw% of nw%........
Sw% of swY4 of nw%..............
S% of se% of ne% of se%......
N% of ne% of seA of se4........
Wy, of ne% .....................
Ne1% of n% of lot to ..............
EY of se 40 acres of lot 2........
N% of sw 40 acres of lot a.......
Ne% of n% of lot 3...............
SwT of ns of lot 5.............
E% of sew of s'/ of lot S........
Wy, of sw% of sY2 of lot 6........
S 34 of wZ of s% of lot 6......
E% of sw% of n% of lot 9........
E%/ of se" of n% of lot is........
Ne% of new of ne%............
E% of nw% of se% of ne%........
E% of ne~ of se%.................
E% of ne% of swY................
Ne% of se% of nw% ..............
N 235 ft of e3c of nw% of se% of
nw% .........................
Lot 7 blk z Orange City..........
Lot 8 blk 2 Orange City..........
Lot 10 blk 4 Orange City..........
Lots it, 2z and 13 blk 9 Orange City
Lots 17, 18 and 19 bIk 12 Orange City
W 15o ft of lot 2o blk 12 Orange City
W 15o ft of lot at bIk z1 Orange City
W 150 ft of lot 22 bIk t2 Orange City
Lot 23 bik 12 Orange City.......
Lots 36 and 37 bik 12 Orange City
Lots 38 to 4o inc and lot 42 blk I
Orange City ....................
Lot 44 blk 12 Orange City........
Lots 45 and 46 blk z Orange City
Lot 20 bik 19 Orange City.........
Lot 5 blk 22 Orange City..........
Lot 3 blk 23 Orange City..........
Lot 15 blk 23 Orange City.......--.
Lot 3. 4 and 5 blk as Orange City
5 too ft of lot 25 blk 25 Orange City
Lots 6 and 7 blk 27 Orange City....
;'Lot II except church lot and except
Sw 10o ft of n 260 ft blk 27 Orange
City ...............*******......
Lot 2 bik 28 Orange City..........
SE of lot 8 blk 28 Orange City....
wVy, of et of lot 8 blk z8 Orange
City .........---- -------.....--
Lot 3 llk 29 Orange City.....-.--.
Lots 13 and 14 bik 29 Orange City
Lot 8 blk 30 Orange City ........
Lot 20 blk 30 Orange City......
Lot 5 bIk 31 Orange City.........
.Lots 8. 9 and to, blk 4, Jackson's add


s


-1


A V8 m th........ N36

3 J May ............ 4

Alvia Ammrsea.... .* S

W W Rbinams...... TW

Unknown ........... 2 n

H 0 Marsk.......... S n

Lands & Flsh ...... s4

Wash MUilt ........ 199

B E Hibbrd ....... 7 5
Delts J Arnold...... 1I
Mary C Lloyd....... 8


E H McDonald......


Lots 1 to 10 Inc blk 19 Howrlr
add. to DeLand ...............
W% of lot 14 bik 2 Walt'as add. to
DeLand ........................
Lot 22 blk 2 Walt's add. to De-
Land...........................
E% of lot 9lad 1ot 14 bi 3 Waltz's
add. to DeLand................
Lot 21 blk S Waltssa add. to De-
Land.........................
Lot 22 blk 4 Walts's add. to D-
Land ...........................
Lots K and L an of R R bk I
Rieh's add. to DeLand.........
Lot D blk Rieh's add. to De-
Land ...........................
Lot F blk 11 Rich's add. to Do-
Land ........................
Lot 2 bik B Haye add. to DeL ad
N 1-3 of lot 17 blk O QLad.....
Lots 1 to 9 tnc and lots 11 to 14 Inc
and lot 17 McDonald's add. to
DeLand .......................
Lot 3 Chambers & Dann add. De-
Land ...........................
Lot 4 Chambers & Duna add. De-
Land .................. .....
Lot s Chambers & Dnn add. De
Land ...........................
Lot 6 Chambers & Dunn add. De-
Land ...........................
E 37 ft of lot 7 Chambers & Dunn
add. DeLand ...................
Lots 15 and 16 Chambers & Duan
add. DeLad ..................
Lot 24 Chambers & Dunn add. De-
Land .......................
Lot 25 Chambers & Daun add. De-
Land ...........................
Lots 26. 27 and 28 Chambers &
Dunn add. DeLand.............
Lot 20 blk 1 Armstrong' add. to
DeLand .......................
E 8 ft of lot 15 blk 4 Armstrong's
add. to DeLand ................
S% of lot zs Corson's add to De-
Land ...........................
Lot 2o Corson's add. to DeLand
Lots 3 and 4 Phippea's add. to De-
Land .........................
Lots 8 and 9 Phlppen's add. to
DLand ..................
Lot 18 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
Lot 44 Phippen's add. to Deland
Lot 80 Phippen's add. to DeLand
Lots 99 and 100 Phippen's add. to
DeLand ........................
Lot 101 Phippep's add. to DeLand
Lots 102. 103 and 104 Phlppen's
add. to DeLand ................
Lots 108 to 114 inc Phippen' add.
to DeLand ...................
Lot 1 to 12 6 inc Phippen's add.
to DeLand .....................
Lot 127 Phippen's add. to DeLand
Lot 131 Phippen's add. to DeLand
Lot 132 Phippen's add. to DeLand
Lot 135 Phippen's add. to DeLand
Lots 28 and 29 Phippen's add. to
DeLand ........................
Lot 42 Phippen's add. to DeLand
All blk 61 and 6 DeLand.......
All biks 65 and 66 DeLand.......
All blk 73 DeLand ..............
N% of bik 86 DeLand...........
S1 of n% of blk 86 DeLand......
W% of blk 98 DeLand ...........
W 3-4 of aW of blk 102 DeLand..
W% of blk 117 DeLand............
All blk 150 DeLand..............
N% of blk 159 DeLand ..........
st of blk 159 DeLand ..........
All blk 160 DeLand...............
Lot IS blk 161 DeLand ..........
Lots 5. 7 and 8 blk 161 DeLand...
All blk 193 DeLand ...............
All blk 200 DeLand ..............
All blk 214 DeLand ..............
All blk 216 DeLand ..............
Se% of ne% of se%.............. I
N% of s% of nw% of sw%'......
SY of n% of nw% of sw%.......
E 3-4 of nw% of se1A and ne% of
sw S ...........................
E s1.5 chains of w 7-8 of se% of
swr% ...........................
W 6% chains of se% of sw%......
Lots IS & 28 Assessor's Winnemisett
Lots 25 & 37 Assessors Winnemlsett
Lot 36 Assessor's Winnemisett....
Und 2-3 int in e 3-4 of se% of
se ........................... I
N% of ne% of ne4 ..............
Ne% of nw% of oe% ..............

N% of sw% of nw% of se%......
N% of nw% of nw'4 of se%......
N% of nw% of sws% and se% of
nw % of sw% ..................
Sw % of nw% of sw%.............
Sw% of ne% of sw%............
N% of se% of sw%4................
E 3-4-of se% of nw% .... ........
Lots 3. 4 and 5 sub of ei uof sw%
of ne% ........................
E% ofse% of see of se........
W 2-3 of e 3-4 of sY of se% of
seL4 ..... .........................
W 3-4 of nY of nw% of sc% and
s, of nw% of se%...............
X% of ne of ne % and se% of
ne'% of ne% ..................

EW of ne'W of nw', of se %....
S of ne of sw%..............
N1 of ne' of neW of neW......
S% of ne% of ne% of ne%......
Nw4 of ne ....................
Nw 'a of sw V4 of aw %-..........
Und % int in se% of seY4 of nwW
Se% of nw% except e 15-.84 chains
of n 6.32 chains...............
Sw% of se% of sw %..............
WY, of nw% of ne% of ne%......
E% of ne% of nw% of ne%.......
Nw% of se% of sew..............


WW Pow<

W W POWI
W H Bea
J C Kerr
Mrs J C
H C Flnn<

WW Pow
J E Moore
M D Ranm
L B Kale
W KPend
J H Hibbi
J 8 Grlff
A B Haz4
J P Plaill
A P McB
Mrs A B
Leveridge
Exe ...
Fred'k Bl
Fred'k Bl
Marshall
A H Hate
E F Hibb
C W Moo
C L Hut
E F Hibba
T J Good
A S Man
A S Mann

J A Stive

J A Stiver
Maud Lyn
A VS. Sn
Rogers &
Marg. G
E H Tall
F W Eck
W C Wal
of F E
B E Hani
Unknown
Andrew D
J L Nuec
G F Kitt
Louisville
W B Pie
J L Orve
I J Cool

Christina
Isiah Alki


F:


Unknown


Unknown

Unknown
Unknown
Unknown

Unknown

Unknown

0 W RaY

R James

WM Dan
ARH Htc
C F Sams.
Nettle M I

W W Pow
Nettle M 1
J E Moor
C W Spert

Nettle M 1
W W Pow
J B MooI
W W Pol

Wmi Fitas
J E Moor

W W Pow


Ieveridge & Kinsman


Exc .............. 7 89
Victoria Gardner .... 1 54
A V S Smith......... 8 64
Jennie F Grifith...... I 28
T J Waldon.... .... I 28
A V S Smith....... 7 29
C L Hutchinson.... 1 54
A D McBride....... 1 28
A V S Smith........ 3 48
Unknown ........... 1 28
Field & Pennock...... 28
T E Joyce.... ...... 1 28
Gate City Investment
Co ................ 30
Unknown ........... i 28
B Huntsman......... I 28
C'has Schneider ...... 1 28
Louis Anderson ..... i 83

Rogers & Pyatt...... 3 48
Avinm Anderson .... 3 18
C R Johnson........ 4 56
E G; Blake.......... 3 18
E G Blake ........ 54
Nicholas Aver ...... I28
Laura Van Dyke.... 67
Hlattie P Smith....... i 83
Mary E Bailey...... 28
E H Bailey......... i 83
Edwin Moore ...... i z8
Edwin Moore ...... i 28
A V S Smith....... so is
)J Riegie.... ...... I 54
Sylvester Brown ..... 264
C Parcher ....... I83
Sylvester Brown ..... a8
A Kingsland ........ x 83
I) C Horner ....... i 28
Mary W Bragdon.... I 28
G A Hall .......... 2 09
Emma J Klicker .... I 54
Mary S Carter...... I oo
J L Driver ........ I 54
D F Hall .......... o09
P C Colvier ........1 oo
P C Colvier ........ I oo
W C Cannons ...... 1 54


Unknown ...........
Harriet L Sperry....
Alice M Spencer ....
Jos Bush ...........
J Baldridge. Jr......
Liddie C Paldridge..
Unknown ...........
Unknown ...........
Unknown ...........
Unknown...... ...
Unknown ...........

Unknown ...........
A Crenshaw .........
M A Casky .........
Harriet L Kling......
E C Partridge ......
J L Miller ..........
J E Stillman .......
If M Freeman ......
Mary Lefler .........
C Z Wchb .........


Wm Barrett.........
J E Sillman.........
Clara E Rc.bin.on....

E Ellerby ...........
Vanlyke & Bate......
E I) Spencer .......
; W Robinson........
Jas Malone ..........
Unknown.... .......


1 30
I 3o
7 29
8 64
1 83
It 37
5 91
1 54
1 54
1 54
2 09
3 s8

6 21
I z4
2 09
4 56
2 64
I 28
' 83
7 29
2 09
1 54


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Policies proper


ritte ia (ilt Edge t


........... 1

........... 1 4
........... 104

........... 1 4

........... 1 4

........... 1 0

.......... 1 4


.......... 1 4
...rt........

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rt ....... 144
hitna ..... 10
...... .... t a8

Karts ..... 1 84
rell........ 1 30

Kurtz......1 4
re ....... I "
ry ........ I s

Kurll....... 1 4
e ons.. .... I

*e ........ 100
well........ I S

e ......... I 58



elltt ....... 1

err ........ 1
eyll ........ 1 4
elltt ....... 1

.100
.......... 3 00



etonr...... I 4
iey ........ .14



rel ....... 1 83

th......... 1 3
e- ........ 3 1
.1 ........ I 83
Bride....... 14 10
Dupae.... 3 18
& Kinsman
1213
............ 18
eek ....... 1 83
eLk ....... 91
........... 2 09
hinson..... 183
ard ....... 2 64
re ........ 3 18
chinson.... 2 64
ard ....... 2 64
win........ 183
nlng....... 19 56
ilng........ 3 18

rs.... .... 3 48

s.... ..... 486
an ....... 8 64
iath........ 1 54
Pyatt....... 1 4
DeForest... 64

aferro..... 3 48
Les ........ l91
ts- and Hrs
SBond..... 21
a ......... 100
........... 1 0

lemps ..... 3 48
cols ....... 64
z........... a Is
Trust Co.. 3 18
rce......... 4 56
street...--. 2 29
............ 6 91

Kolman.... 1 30

ins ........ 3 48


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Jms Crlndsq.

i Ormond.


2 69
S54
2 09

x 58
i 83
7 29
5 91
3 t8
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i' Nw4 of ne ............
Sw% of sw4 of swr% ............ 19
SW t.2 chains of n% of sw% of sw%
except n 3 chains of e 5.2 chains g1
.Lots 2, 3, io, si and 12 blk 4 Lake
Helen ..........................
W 106 ft of lots 5 and io and lots 6
c- and 9 blk 6 Lake Helen........
S Lot 8 bik 6 Lake Hlen .........
Nw% of blk 92 Lake Helen......
S W/ of blk 92 Lake Helen........
All blk 103 Lake Helen.............
E J of s of R K grade bik 1i Lake
Helen ..........................
All bik t12 Lake Helen............
W% and s 528 ft of w 157 ft of ey2
?* bik i-o Lake Helen..............
S Ne4 blk 142 Lake Helen ............
S, Se'. hibk 142- Lake Helen ..........
WV of e% of n% of lot 10o....... 3
Sk1 of lot 12 ................... 3
i S of lot 2 and e 8 chains of nYS of
S lot 7 ........................... 4
S SY of lots 3 and 4 .............. 4
E o6o ft of s 842 ft of n 146o ft of
Slot I ........................... 5
Lots 3 and 14 Steven's sub in lot I 5
I!V of sf of lot 3 ............... 6
W\'- of nwt of n of lot 3........ 6
S N12 of lot 4 ...................... 6
S.Y of lot 5 ...................... 6
SS% of lot 4 except n ito chains of
w' w no chains .................... 7
Sw i of nw% ..................... 25
SSCO of neI. ..................... 26
SW .............................. 29
Lots s, 7 R and s% of lot 2...... 30

N% of lot 2 and lot 3.............. 30
S% of Int 3 .................... 31
Sce% of ne% and ne4 of se% and
eY2 of uw% of se%.............. 36
Lot P 4 sub of w% of se%........ 4
Lots 6 and 7 sub of w% of seY4.... 4
S Lots 8, 9, o & i4 sub of w% of sek 4
Lots II. B 12 and B 13 sub of wYa
of se% .... ................... 4
Beginning 4812 ft w and 99 ft n of
se corner of lot A 13. running n
420 ft, west 210 ft, s 420 ft, e 210
ft, sub of w% of se%............ 4
Lot 4 sub of ne% of sw% ......... 4
S Lts 8 and 19 sub of nw% of sw%.. 4
Lots 12 and 15 sub of nwW of sw% 4
N 336 ft of lot 4 sub of w'/ of se% 4
Lot 9 sub of w%' of se% ......... 5
Lot 3 sub of sw4 ................ 5
Lots 5, 6. 7 and 22 sub of sw'.... 5
I- ts 3. 4. 5 and 13 Assessor's Enter-
L. praise ........................ 6
./W' of lot 32 Assessor's Enterprise 6
ES of lot 32 Assessor's Enterprise 6
Lot 39 Assessor's Enterprise ...... 6
Lot 54 Assessor's Enterprise........ 6
All bik i Enterprise ............

Lots 2 and 3 ilk 2 Enterprise......
Lot i blk 3 Enterprise ..........
Lots 2 to 5 inc and ii to 15 blk 3
Enterprise ....................
Lots 7 to io and 17 to 20 inc blk 3
Enterprise .......................
Lots 6 and 16 blk 3 Enterprise.....

Lot 3 lk 4 Enterprise ............
S. Lot 4 hlk'4 Enterprise..........
S2-.3 of lots 13 and 14 blk 5 Enter-
prise ...........--... ...----..... -
Lots t to 6 inc blk Assessor's
Enterprise ......................
Lots r to to inc blk 9 Assessor's
Enterprise .....................
Lots i, 4 to 9 and s% of lot 2 hlk
Sn Assessor's Enterprise .........

: :, of lot I and lot 12 blk to As-
Ssessor's Enterprise ..............
Lots i to 8 inc blk z2 Enterprise....

Sots I to 4 inc and 7 to 26 inc
Sb1k 13 Enterprise ..............

All blk 14 Enterprise .............
Lots i to i ilk 15 Enterprise ....

All hlks 20, 21 and 22 Enterprise

W 133 ft of blk 40 Enterprise....
All blks 41, 42 and 43 Enterprise..

Lots i to 7 inc blk 44 Enterprise..
r Iots 27, 29. 31. 33. 35. 37 and 39
Storer's Enterprise ..............
I.ot i sub of lots I and 2..........
SE 27 acres of lot 3 ..............
.Lot i sub of lots 2 and 3 ........
SE'* of ne% .......................
E:' .of nw' .....................


W'I of nw/ .:....................
I -', of nr'W% of nw4 ..............
Sw%. of nlc .....................
S\\ W of sw'4 ......................
I.ot 2 ............. ...............
E 1450 ft of s 700 ft of lot 3....
S W i S chaili of s to chains of n 50
;, chains of lot 8 Pgulow tract... ...
Il Lot 4 and /of of nw of nw of
nw% .. .. .. ...... ...... ...
N 400 ft of lot 8 ..................
N 400 ft of lot na or Kitchell lot
No. 9 .........................
Lot i-
Lot 3 Assessor's T;iton Beach ......
N% of that part of lot 14 per deed
book 42 page 188 Assessor's Triton
Beach ....... ..................
Part of lot 14 per deed book 43 page
308 Assessor's Triton Beach ......
Lot 9 and s 62% ft of lot 8 bik 4
Triton Beach ..................
Lots 6 and 7 and n 122 ft of lot 8
blk 4 Triton Beach ............
Lot 6 blk I Ormond Beach..........
l.ot 6 h1k 2 Ormond Beach ........
N 577 ft of w 770 ft of nw% of ne%
E 726 ft of ne% of ne% n of road
W 594 ft of ne% of ne' n of road
W 326 ft of n% of e 669 ft of s
1340 ft of e% of ne%...........
W 651 ft of e% of .neA s of road..
Lots 6 and 7 blk 2 sub of R lot 6
Ormond .........................
SLots i6 and 17 blk a sub of R lot 6
)rmond .........................
Lots It & Ba sub of R lot 7 Ormond
Lots C & Ca sub of R lot 7 Ormond
Lot V sub of R lot 7 Ormond....
Lot F subl of R lot 13 Ormond....
E 93 6-io ft of lot i sub of R lot 14
(ormond ........................
StI of n t1to ft of e i8o ft of lot A
sub of Grt lot 3 Ormond.........
S'-. off e ,on ft of lot E sub of (rt
lot 4', O)rmond .................
l.ot .A and B sub of Grt lot 9 Or-
mond ...........................
Lot C sub of (;rt lot tt Ormond....
Lot I sub of Grt lot i ti Ormond
Lot in Andulusia Blk Granada. Qr-
mond ...........................
Lot 4 and e' of lot 5 blk 2 Day-
honey. Ormond ................
Lot 2 blk 2 Dayhomey, Ormond....


17 r3 32
21 13 32


2 14 32 25


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1 67
2 8;,


I 97
- I
9 21
i9
I 19
1 67
2 38
1 90

2 2f0
2 33
2 c0


H Rawlins ..........
Peter Rawlins ......

S A Guild ..........


A M Smith ........

J Reif. Trustee ......
J R Hurst .........
F Babcock ..........
Mitchell Cody ......
A V S Smith ......

E J Montgomery ...
Jett Collins

J C Collins ........
J R Wetherell......
M C Birkland ......
Unknown ..........
M C Kirkland .....

Katz & Eniga.....
G B (olly ........

G P Colby .........
F N Johnson .......
E G IBlake.. ........
T B McVirden ......
E G Blake ........
K S Baker.........


W D Heebner .......
C C Carpenter ......
C C Carpenter ......
Emma L Tucker and
A M Stead ........
Emma L Tucker and
AM Stead........
C; E and A M Orton
Emma I. Tucker andl
.\ M Stead .......

1I G Monroe .......
Unknown ...........
Rachel Marks.......
Unknown ...........

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


2 Wm Brown .........
2 Unknown ...........
4 Louisa Sanders......
6 A S Brown .........
2 B Smith..........
9 (ail Branning .......
7 John Orr ...........
J B Johnson........
A T Hackstetter ....
Emma L. Tucker ....
T F Marr..........
6 W Underhill .......
I ElizaSmith.... .....
Emma Tucker and
A M1 Stead .......
Emma L Tucker and
A M Stead .......
W A Warnock ......

Emma L Tucker ....
A S Denison ........
Emma I. Tucker and
A M Stead .......
Emma L Tucker and
A XM Stead ......
W C Crowell .....

Emma L Tucker ....

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

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

Enrma L Tucker and
A M Stead .......
G L Atkins & Son....
Emma L Tucker and
A M Stead .......
Emma L Tucker and
A M Stead ......
Emnma L Tucker and
A M Stead......
Emma L Tucker and
A M Stead .......
Emma L Tucker and
A M Stead .......
Emma L Tucker and
A M Stead .......
Emma L Tucker and
A M Stead .......
Emma L Tucker and
A M Stead ......

Fmma L Tucker ....
4 A S Brown .........
27 J B Johnson .......
6 Unknown ...........
8o T E Wilson ........
8o Emma 1. Tucker atlI
A M Stead .......
8o E1 D Stanford.. .. ..
20 A ( Bushnell ......
40 W I'nderhill .......
8o E I'alner ........
57 irs of J I' llarder
23 known ..........
18 T C llacker.......
r6o J I Bryan .........
t0 Recc. C luston ...



Rece. C Huston ....
1 B Shaw .........
Bessie I) Doulney...

SL McClasken ...

A B Kimlall .......
A B Kimball.......
D McClasken.. ..
Mary Fagan .......
Ed hiller ..........
J I. Lamond ......
F T Ipham .......
S A Murray ......

C H Murray .......
Murray & Co.......
F A Griffith.......

Alice Hills ........
G F Beed ..........
I R Kinney .......
SD Dargen........
Cora Spalding .....
Adrew Peak .......
Mary D Conova ...
RR Priest ........
C S Wood........
Alice Winn ........
C H1 Murray ......

Wmn Francis.......

Berry Watson......
I'. I. 0. 0. F. .Lodg
Trustees .........
W Nichol ......
anme I''ank. ......
T R Blanks .......
W S Willis .......
.lice Hunter .......
W W Willis.......
W A Rose .......


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DESCRIPTION.


Ne% and e% of se- ..............

S ,s acres of n% of lot 2...........
All ...............................

.~ll ...............................

NwA% of ne% and n% of nw% except
n 55-z ft of w 552% ft..........
E i-s of seW of se..............
E 8-0 ft of s 340 ft of w 845 ft of
sw-* of se%.....................
Lot 6 sub of nV of sw%...........
\1A ..............................

SNe:4 and e/, of se% and nw% of seW4


SN R 5 it ,f nt-i of lot I. blk i. suh
S 84 86 of s'. of lot 4, blk 3 Daytona
.. 83 I.ot 5. hlk I. sub of s%.. of ot 4.
. 3 37 h.!k 33. Daytona.................
i :.,t 16. Mk = sub of of lot 4. blk
.. 6 2 3.i Daytona .....................
3 i' Lots I and ,. blk i Ludwig sub. blk
32. )Davtona .... ...... .......
S3 4 I Lot I. bhk 2 .udwig sub. hlk 32.
l a toa -......................
I 84 I.,t S. blk I.udwig sub. hik 32.
l)avtona.... .. ... ....... ...
2 13 I.,t ,1. hk 2 I.udwig sub. blk 3-2.
SS8 64 IDatola......................
-- 3 'S Il.,t 3. h.k 3 l.udwig sub. blk 32,
- 3 R Daytona......... ..............
3 .S !.ot 4. lv1k 3 l.udwig sub. blk 32,
A3 8 I)aytona.......... ....... .... ..
- 3 IS I.ot blk 4 L.udwig sub. blk 32.
3 I ayvt na.. ...... .... ... ..
S3 8R 1.ots I and 7. blk 5 Ludwig sub. blk
S 3 i8 3-'. Daytona.. .... .... .... ....
S5 01 lots and 4. hik ; Ludwig sub, blk
4 56 32-. Daytona... ... ... ... .....
ot hik 5 L.udwig sub, blk 32.
3 8 l' atona ......... .... ..... ...
*. o I t b. hik 5 I.udwig sub. hk 32,
o D aytotna ...... .... .. ...... ..
. o. 1 lt k s I udwie sub. blk ~2.


19 32
19 32


19 32


Hodges, O'Hara &
Russell Co ........
Georgiana Wingate...
Hodges. O'Hara &
Russell Co ........
Hodges, O'Hara &
Russell Co';*..:.....


894
1 28


20 07


Hrs of T Solomon.... 6 a1
Drew Monroe & Co.. 8 64


W Z Haman's ......
W D Benson .......
Hodges; O'Hara &
Russell Co ........
Hodges, O'Hara &
Russell Co ........
D G Monroe .......
1) G Monroe .......
Drew Monroe & Co..


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


11 67
3 I8

40 07
9 21

2 94
3 8
4 56


1 30
74


Hrs of C H Brush... 7 59
Hrs of C H Brush .. 7 29


Geo E Walker.......
lirs of C H Brush..
E T Secombe .......
Jennie Finley .......


11 67
7 29
2 13
12 75


R H Hilton.. .... 8 94
W P Langworthy .... 8 64


T H and A C Keating
T H1 Keating........
W B Reed ..........
Belle 1) Johnson ....
C N Harvey........
Mary E Smith.......
W IB Hatch.........
T C Caruthers -,.....
Jennie B Adams .....
lirs of C C Post.....
G E Terwilleger.....
C T Crosby ........
F G Stewart ........
S E Morris, Jr......

Lucy E Morris......,
Hrs of W T Stewart
T H Keating.........
W F Knight ........
Jennie B Owens.....
Frank Owens ........

Unknown ...........
Hrs of C C Post....
Boyd Shoemaker .....
A T Sims ..........
() S Payne........


42 00oo
2 o02

44 t3
6 21
44 13
1 83

2 13
27 75
4 56
7 29
3 t8
5 91
5 91
i6 83
1L 37
11 67
14 IO
16 83
22 29
8 64

2 13

i 58
I 28
31 7t
8 64
74


93 Sw% of nwi except s 630 ft of e
1 19 4 0o it .......................... 17
7 i E 4-o it of seW of neL.......... 18
93 All I;lk 3 Osteen ..................
5'.! of n o70 ft of e 135 ft of lot I
2 68 hlk 2 Osteen .................
4 8 :Lot 2 ............................. 25
iJ ot.. and -z bik 3 11 and S Sea-
8 on breeze ..........................
7 7i Loi- ;5 andl b hlk 4 It and S Scabreeze
i 54 Lot 17 and S<. of lot 14 and nYa of
1 oo int 16 hik 4 II and S Seabreeze..
2 64 Lot-, 4 and 5 blk 5 t and S Seabreeze
5 9 IAtI s 9 and to except e 60o ft of
llk 6 B and S Seabreeze..........
2 94 L ot 6 blk to B and S Seahreeze....
3 i8 S 1-3 of lot 9 and n 1-3 of lot zo blk
I 83 4 Rogers Seabreeze ..............
N.' of lot it bik 4 Rogers Seabreeze
? 58 W 58 ft of e o18 ft of lots i and 2
and s 43 ft of e 5o ft of lot blk
4 38 5 Rogers Seabreeze .............
2 38 1.Iots 4 and 5 blk 5 Rogers Sealreeze
.ots 9, io and I blk 7 Rogers Sea-
I 58 breeze ...........................
S l.ots 12 and 13 blk 7 Rogers Seabreeze
3 48 l.ot to blk i Rogers Seabreeze....
74 Part per deed book 42 page 48 bik 18
I 83 Rogers Seabreeze ................
3 iS LoI.t hk 3 East )aytona..........
l.olt i blk 7 East Iaytona ........
3 48 S.M of lot 16 blk 16 East Daytona
l.ot a and 2 blk za! East Daytona
I.ots 3 and 4 ilk zz', East Daytona
I.ot Mlk 24 East Daytona ........
I 90 .,Lt 3 blk 36 East laytona........
74 Lots r, 5 and 6 blk 43% East Daytona
o on Lot, 2. 3 4 and 7 bik 43% East l ay-
1 83 tona ............................
i 8. I 'nd. /', int. in lot i blk 3 Memento
i 83 l.ot 4 Wlk 4 Memento..............
i o L, l.,,t 5 hlk 4 Memento..............
4 56 l.ot 2 blk 8 Memento ...........
S 30 ft on Valley str. of lot 5 hik so
1 30 Memento ........................
64 l.ot ter deedl bok 43 liage 266 hlk
2 64 Io Memento ....................
4 56 All! lk 25 Memento ..............
74 l.ott ii blk I Daytona Beach......
SI.ot 8 blk i Daytona Beach........
41 70 I..it 19 hlk t Daytona Beach.......
4 6 \ 130 ft of lots 7 and 8 blk 2
4 86 Davtona Ucach ..................
11 37 Lots 1z and 12 blk 2 Daytloa Beach

6 2 I.ots 31, 32 atnd 33 bLk 3 Daytona
6 each ............................
S ot 6 w of Pine str. blk i tluston
4 i6 subdivision ......................
4 of nW2 of e 2oo ft of lot so
2 13 blk 2 Huston subdivision........
S84 I S 50 ft of e 350 ft of lot 52 Atlantic
S 84 I City ............................
S83 N 26 ft of lot ..................
Lo.t 3 ............................
1 84 S 6o0 ft of n 1300 ft on river of
lot 4 ...........................
I.ot I and s5' of lot 2 and n i of
3 34 lot 7 ...........................
Lots 7. ii and 12 suh of lots I and 2
l.ot E except w 50 ft of Lufberry
S34 subdivision ......................
Lot 18 blk 14 South Orita ........
S s E 5o0 t of w 1.'5 it of lots 15 and
16 blk 5 Kingston................
1 04 75 ft of lots 15 and t6 blk 5
SKingston .......................
i 04 lj.t blk 9 Kingston.............
Lot 2 b1lk 7 Kingston............
SLot i b!k 9 Kingston.............
1 34 I.ot 4 blk 14 Kingston ...........
l.ot 7 i'oston's sub blk 15 Kingston
So N i ft of w 83 ft of lot 3 and w
0 8.; ft ot s it of lot 4 blk 3
1 04 Iaytona .........................
.ois 2 and 3 blk 3 sub of lots i and
S 30 2 and s. of lot 3 blk 5 I)aytonia
E 75 ft of w 25o ft of lot 6 blk 5
1 04 ayvtona ........................
I 107 ft of w 417 ft of lot 6 blk 5
i n4 1 aytona ........................
S.ot 19 olk i sub of blk 6 Daytona
I 04 I.ot -'3 blk sub of blk 6 Daytona
; \ 2o ft of lot 9 blk z sub of blk 6
7 a tona ........................
Soo W 2 ft (f lot 3 and w 298 ft of
I 2 s 30 ft of lot 4 blk 8 Daytona....
I on0 E z23 ft of s / of lot 5 blk 8 Day-
3 g i tona ......................-......
E 2oi ft of s 30 ft of n1, of lot 5
blk 8 Daytona ..................
2 4 E 26o ft of nu1 of lot 2 blk 9 Day-
2 4 tona ............................
I on Ne4 of .lt i blk i D)avtona....
2 WV 1is ft of lot 1 hlk 12 Daytona
S .ot 6 bik 15 Iaytona ............
I.ot 4 bk 16 Daytona ............
S67 X; ,if lot 2 hlk 17 Daytona........
W 50o ft of lot 6 blk is8 Iaylna
3 17 Lot i blk 20 Daytona..............
7 59 i Lt 2 blk o2 Daytona............
67 N 3'5 ft of e 193 ft of lot I blk 22
Iayto a .........................
5 58 l.ot 6 blk 22 Daytona .............
1 6; .t 5 except e 1 o ft of s 150 ft hlk
1 83 23 Daytona .....................
l iot.ts 3, 4 and 5 blk i Foote's sub
hlk 23 Daytona ................
S34 Lot 3 blk 2 F`oote's sub 1lk 23 Day-
tona ............................
04 Lot 6 blk 3 F oote's sub blk 23 Day-
tona ............................
SI 04 Lot 3 blk 2 sub of lot 4 bik 25 Day-
tona ............................
i o I.ot 3 bik I sub of w 2-3 of lot 6
I 83 Ilk 26 Daytona ..................
. 0o oz I.t1s 5 and 6 blk i sub of w 2-3 of
I oo lot 6 blk 26 Daytona..........
S o o l.,ots I aind a k 2 sub of w 2-3 of
28 iot 6 blk 26 Daytona ............
1 i-3 of lot 7 blk 26 Daytona ......
O :0 I.ot 4 sulb of lot i hlk 28 Daytona
1 28 1. I,,ts 24 and 2, sub of ,lts 2 and 7
blk 28 Daytona ..................
84 L.ot 28, blk a sub of lots 3. 4 and 5
hlk 28 Daytona .................
. 3 48 I.ot i blk 2* sub of lots 3. 4 and 5
's 37 t lk 28 Daytona .................
S4 40 4 l.ot 18 blk 2 sub "of lots 3. 4 an.l 5
. 3 i8 hk 2 I)aytona ................
. 2 o L.ot ; hlk 3 sub of lots 3, 4 and 5
Sblk 28 Daytona.......
. 2 39 ; Lots 5 and 6 bik i sub of lot 6 bhlk A
IDavtona
. 2 13 L.ot, I and 2 "lik 2 sul' of lot 6 bik
28 D avtona .....................
* 2 94 .out a sub of lot 8 hlk 28 Iavtona
i I.t 2 sub of lot 8 blk 28 Davtona
. 3 4' I.ot 3 suil of lot 8 blk 28 Daytona
S 83 Lo Iot 16 sub of lot 8 blk 28 Iaytona
54 I.ots 19, o20 and 2z, sub of lot 8. hik
2 3 28. Daytona.....................
S' E 8 ft of lot i n of IIighbie line
3 lk 29 I)ayt.na ..................
3 4 A'% of lot 3 I of ilighbie line blk
Ce 29 I )aytona .....................
4 86 W',. of lot 3 and lot 4 n of Ilighhie
3 iR line lk 29 I)avt,,na ............
S3 r L.ot i u ,f lliKbie line blk 3* Iayv-
3 iR tona ............... ..........
3 8 l.ot, 2 and 3 sub of s.'/ of n i of lot
S 3 '8 4 Iik 31 Daytona ..............
3 I \'" of e1t of lot to sub of s'.. of
3 ni; of lot 4 blk 31 Dayvtona ......
N o 50ft of 16 ft of lot i blk l sub
4 R6 of of lot 4 blk 3t Davtona...


16 15
16 I5

32 3;

33 15

33 t15


JH Cook ...........


2 13
a
17 13
0o 32

13 05
3 18
14 94


5


Jno Yelvington ...... 4
E M Snow.. ...... 3


W V Carter.........
J A Van Valza.....


14


58
38
18

o7
71


C C Bolannon....... 13 13


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


s 58
4 OR
4 oS
408
12 83
7 70
10 II


A B Mansfield....... 3 43

A P & J R Anthony 53 88
Clara A Despland... 22 49

D G Silver.. ....... a9 o;
Margaret Green ..... 53 58
Margaret Green ..... 17 36

E J Mills .......... 10 41
HIrs A S Briggs .... 28 ,o

Jennie D White...... 15 24
F A White........... 8 oo

Catherine E Moore .. 15 24
Jane H Allen ...... 31 85
W W Mayers ...... 27 02
J H Payne ......... 29 43
B L Armstrong...... 19 77
L O Smith.......... sa 19
Hlrs of S H Kolman 7 70
B L Armstrong...... 6o 83
B A Armstrong..... 48 75

E Dillingham ....... 29 73
Hrs of A S Briggs.. to i

Leon espland ...... 8 oo


H Van Dorn.......
L Z Burdick.........
Bertha Tesi .........

J F Williams .......
E: P Davis...........

Unknown ...........
Unknown ...........
G U Pellette........
Dave Shannon ......
Moses Wright .......
Bettie Ward ........


IS 24
268
8 oo

S 28

I 49

t 97
2 10
2 87
5 28
68o
I 72


M T Carey.......... 1 72


Ada Blocker........
(G M Wallace ...


9 97
l 49


David Rankins.... .. 6 Fo

Leah Vanders ....... 8 oo
Edom Bonum ....... 6 50
Emma Bonum.... .. I 67
Lizzie Bonum ....... i 67
Henrietta Patton ... 4 08

Hrs of Cath. Wilson.. to 41


Lot 9, blk a sub of lots to and 15,
bik 52, Daytona...... ..........
Lot 9. bik 3 sub of lots to and IS.
blk 52, Daytona ... ... .....
Lot 5, blk a, Wall's sub, bik ~2,
Daytona.. ... .. .. ..... ......
Lot 8, bk i, Wall's sub, bik 52.
Daytona.. ........ ............
Lots 3 and 4, blk 2, Wall's sub, blk
52, Daytona.. ..................
Lot 7, blk 2, Wall's sub, blk 52,
Daytona ........ ...............
Lot 2o, bik 2. Wall's sub, blk 52,
Daytona.. ...... ...... ......
Lot 33. blk 2, Wall's sub, blk 52.
Daytona..... .. .. ............
Lot 37, blk z, Wall's sub, blk 52.
Daytona.. .......... .. .....
Lot 42, blk 2, Wall's sub, blk 52,
Daytona.............. ....
Lot 44 blk 2. Wall's sub. blk 52,
Daytona ...... .... .........
Lots i and 2, bik 3, Wall's sub, blk
32, Daytona ........ ........
Lot 3, bik 3, Wall's sub, blk 52,
Daytona.... .. .. .... ........
E 33 ft of lot 4, blk i, Greene's
sub, blk 53, Daytona..........
Lot 5, blk i, Greene's sub, blk 53,
Daytona..................
Lot 21, bik 4, Greene's sub. bik 53.
laytona ..... .. ........ .....
Lot 23, bik 4, Greene's sub. blk 53,
Daytona.... .. .. .. ..........
Lot 24, blk 4, Greene's sub. blk 53.
Daytona.... .............
N% of lot 6. blk 5, Greene's sub,
blk 53, Daytona..............
Lot 15 and 16, blk 5, Greene's sub,
blk 53, Daytona.... ............
Lot 21, sub of lot i, bik 54, Day-
tona.. ......... ........
Lot 25, sub of lot I, blk 54, Day-
tona.... .. .. .. .. ...... ...
N 650 ft of w lo5 it of lot 9, blk
54, Daytona..................
Lots 9 and to, sub of lots i and 2.
bik 55. Daytona.............


Lots i and 2z, sub of lots i and 2,
blk 55, Daytona.... .... ......
Lot 17, sub of lots i and 2, blk 55.
Daytona...... .... ..... .......
Lots 26. 27 and 28. sub of lots i
and 2, blk 55, Daytona.... ......
Lot 5, bIk 55, Daytona.... ......
W 52 ft of c 104 ft of n 130 ft of
lot 18, blk 55, Daytona.. ......
Lots 3 and 4, sub of lot 3, blk 56.
Daytona. ....................
S ;o ft of Marsh e of lot 6. blk 6o.
Daytona.... .... ...... ......
Lots l and z, sub of lots i, 2 and 3,
blk 6t, Daytona... ........
Lot 3, sub of lots i, a and 3, blk 61,
Daytona.... ........ .... ......
Lots 1o, to% and lo3y sub of lots i,
2 and 3, blk 61, Daytona.... ....
Lot sa, sub of lots t, 2 and 3. blk
6s, Daytona.................
Lot 13, sub of lots i, 2 and 3, blk
61, Daytona...... .. .......
Lot 132 ft by 16i ft e of lots i and
2, blk 6t Daytona............
W%' of e 125 ft of lot i and w% of
e 125 ft of n 132 ft of lot 2, bik 64
Daytona...... .... .... ........
Lot 6, blk 66, Iaytona.r;.........
W 55 it of e 16o it of lot i, blk 6b.
Daytona.... ........... ........
W 55 ft of e 215 ft of lot i, blk
69, Daytona.. ..............
W 2-3 of lot 5, blk 69, Daytl ....
Lots 4 and s. bik B. sub oflot 4
and e/ of lot 3, b1k 70, Daytona..
E izol/ ft of lot 5, blk 70, Daytona
W 27% ft of lot 5 and e 47 it of
lot 8, blk 70, Daytona........
Lot 7, sub of e f lot3, bik 7.,
Daytona .. .... .. ...........
W% of lot 3, blk 71, Daytona...
Lots i and 2, bik i. sub of lot 4,
blk 71, Daytona..............
Lot 7, blk j, sub of lot 4, blk 71,
Daytona.... .. .. .. .......
Lot k 2, sb of lot 4, Ilk 71.

Lot 7, sub of e/ of lot 3, blk 7i,
Daytona....... ..............
Lots z and 3, sub of w% of lot 5.
bik 71, 1)ytona.... .. .. ......
W 1-3 of e 165 ft of lot 6 s of canal.
bik 71, Daytona...............
W%' of e 22o ft of lot 6 so of canal,
blk 71, )aytona...... ..........
E 10o ft of w 128 ft of lot 6, lk
71, Daytoua......... .....
W 51 ft of e 88 ft of lot 7. blk
71, Daytona....... ...... ....
E 6o ft of w 115 ft of lot 7, blk
71, Daytona.... .. .. .. .. ..
N zoo ft of w 5o ft of e'i of lot 8,
blk 71, Daytona...... .. ....
N% of lot 2, blk 87, Daytona......
Lot 9, sub of lots i and 2, blk 2.
Coleman's. Daytona............
Lot 2 e of Daytona ave. bk 2. 'Cole-
man's, Daytona.... ............
N 40 ft of e 6oo ft wof ytona
ave. lot 3. blk 2, Colemau's. Daytona
N 4o ft of e 4oo ft of lot 3. hlk
2. Coleman's, Daytona...... ..
Lots i. 2 and 3, sub of s 50o ft of
lot 6. blk 2. Coleman's. Ilaytona
Eg of w 230 ft of lot 16 s of
ditch, blk 3. Coleman's, Davtona..
Lot 9, blk i, sub of lot 8S, blk 3.
Coleman's, Daytona..... ........
1.ot sa, b1k i, sub of lot 18. blk 3,
Coleman's, Daytona ............
Lot 8, blk 2. sub of lot 18. bik 3.
Coleman's, Daytona............
Lot 9, blk 2. sub of lot i8. blk 3.
Coleman's, Daytona.............
Lot to, blk 2. sub of lot i8. blk 3.
Coleman's. Daytona........ ....
Lots 26 and 27, blk 3, Coleman's,
Daytona.. .... ........ ....
E% of lot 28, blk 3, Coleman's.
Daytona.... .. .. .. .. ......
Lot 42, blk 3. Coleman's, Daytona..
Lot 2. bik 4. Coleman's, Daytona..
W 237 ft of e 887 ft of lot 4, blk
4, Coleman's, Daytona.........
Lot to, blk t, Rogers, Daytona....
E 75 ft of w 249 ft of lot 26,. blk
i. Rogers, Daytona............
Lots I and z, bik 2, Rogers, Daytona
Lots 4, 5 and e to ft of lot 9, and
lot to and w'. of lot i blk 2.
Rogers, Daytona ........ .....
E 35 ft of w 40 ft of lot 9 and e',
of lot it and lot 2., blk 2, Rogers,
Daytona.... .. .. .... .. ......
Part of lot 14, being south .% of
n Ioo ft of w too it, blk 3. Rogers,
Daytona .... .... .. .........
Lot 7. blk 3. Bethume (;rt......
Lot 3 to 13 inc blk 6, l ethume
Grt...... .. .. .. .... ........
Lot 14. Blake.... .. .. .. ......
Lot 131, Blake.... .. .. ........
Lot 2, assessors, Blake.. ..........
Lots i and 2, blk 1. Dunlawton.....
Lots I and 4. blk a, Dunlawton....
L.t i, blk 6. Dunlawton........
Lot i, blk 1, sub of lot i........
Lots 4 and A, blk 5, sub of lot i
Lot 6, blk B, Port Orange.... ....
Lots I and 4. sub of lots 1, 2 and 3.
blk K, Pon Orange..........
Lots 7, 8 and 9, sub of lots i, 2 and
3. blk K, Port Orange..........
W 95 ft of e 245 ft of lot 4, blk
M. PIort Orange........ .....
Lots 7 and 12, blk i, Aliens, Port
Orange.. .. .. .. .... ........
Lot i B. sub of lots 3 and 4....
Und % int in lot it, sub of lots l.
2 and 4......... ............
N 7-8 of lot 3..................
S 1-8 of lot 3...... .. ..........
Ne% .... .... .... .... ........
Se 6 acres of nw of sw ......
Lot 24. bik 5, Elbertoin ,ub of lots
i and 2...... ... .............
W% of se'/, of swGr................

Si of lot z and lots 3. 4 and 5 -..-
Sw% of nw4 ex 5 acres per deed
book it, page 385t.... .......
Lot 2...... .... ......... .....
Lot 3 C. Bunch Grt.............
Lot 3, b1k 3, sub of lots 2 and 3..
SLots I and 2 and se4 of nej and
nw% of sc% ...................
'm Williams Grt...............
Lots t and 6.... .. .. ..........
All.... .... .......... ........


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Susie .........


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G H son....

J A Mc. ... ....

R L M ll.... ...

H H n....

Hamp Ja .....

SA McNeij.. .....


G and W T Smith

E J Jordan.. ......
-\nnie Jordan.. ....

W W lones........
Amanda I)enmark..

A C Fuqu r....

Mamie Jacks .. ...

Rehecca Barnes ...

Sarah Thompon...
R 11 Jones... ....

II E Pratt...... ....
H C McLain.....* .


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1 97

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220


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2a 87

I 97

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3 17
2 20

4 38

3 17

5 58

97

3 17

4 38
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Robert Paramour.. 3 17


Dlaytona E & I. I S
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nl known.... .. .. .

Unknown.... .. ...

M Cole........ ..
Fred Brubaker......

Jetf Gamble.........

J A R Van Duzer..

K T Conrad.. ......

W K McBeth .... ...

E A Lindherg.... ..

Maud M Marsh....

L E Johnson.... ....
Claude B Carter.....

H V Bracevy...... .


Ed Mansfield.......
E .\ Bryant.... ....

Maud Refore......

Joe Williams.......
.loses Cuhen..:.. ..

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

J Avery..........
I-Imma L Edwards ..
Frank Wilson.......

Moses Wright......

Moses Dargen......

J E Bryant.... ....

Mftry Counts.. ....
Hlrs of Ross Miller..

Daniel Anderson...

Anna K Smith......

A B and F Boles....

Isabelle Ford.......

Ben Hogan .......
D L Leaver......
Elmer Oliver.... ....
W H Petert.......
Eliza A Skilton......


3 47

I 97
i47
6 &.
7 70
2 20

2 68

438

3 17

4 38
68o
13 13

3 17
6 8o


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2 58 i
6 5S4

438
6 50
2 68

I 97
7 70

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5 58,
2 68

3 17
3 17
2 68

268

2 68

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Wm Cathron... .: .. 8 oo

M II Zuber.. ...... 2 07

C H Prush-...-...- 10 41

Hrs of Mattie Baker.. 3 17

J S Small.... ..... I 97
Jno Johnson.. ...... 1 97

Minnie Morgan.... .. 1 97

Alex Swinson... .... 3 17

E A lenry.. .. .... 1 97

E B Perkins ....... 13 13


W P Day..........
Ida Odum.........
C F Kerr.... .....


3 17
2 87
14 94


E U erkins .... .. 1 97
J T Stewart.. ...... to t1

A B Parkinson.. .... 1 97
J F Stewart.. .. ... to

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

J F Stewart.. ..... 13 43


P J Hawley. trustee. 4 68
P M Mallory.. .....12 83


3 16 33
3 16 33


B A Armstrong...
Mary E V Mansfield..
Hrs of J N Jones....
E F Oates... .....
Hr. of II P Hand
Hrs of H P Hand....
HIrs of H P Hand...
O Jarecki...........
Hlrs of iHP lHand....
A V S Smith......


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I) Blodgett........ 33 21


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Eva M Rollinson.....

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Laura Schultz .......


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iktrewillbe open all .summer.
complete in every line. Prices
Treatment right. Reference

iL. H. Rows & Co., The Jewelers.
TW. W. Douglas was a New
visitor from Saturday until
Sunday afternoon.
SW. F. Rot oen made a business
p to New Smyrna Monday return-
g Tuesday afternoon.
A. A Montague was in the city
todayy from Port Orange to take
rt in the G. A. R. decoration ser-


Mrs. C. H. Abbott went to Winter
P k Monday, in company with Mrs.
|i, F. Evernden, of Seabreze, for a
week's visit with friends.
Sr-
The sale of property for delin-
Squsnt State and County taxes will be
inducted at the Court House in De-
Land next Monday by Tax Collector
P. P. Smith.
', Mr. and Mrs. T. Fred Brown, who
ave spent the winter as usual at
pytona Beach, departed last week
Their return to New England for
summer.
Mrs. Julia Martin returned Mon-
fronm St. Augustine, where she
been visiting with her son, and
now with her daughter, Mrs. W
1Nash, and family, on North
ia street.
r. and Mrs. Carl G. Wehner, of
Ridgewood avenue, were
Augustine visitors from Satur-
until Sunday, going up to see
r son, Bruno, who is living in
Ancient City.
tW. H. Parker returned from
ia last week where he had -been
farming during the winter
has accepted work with S. H.
ve. His wife and daughter joined
here Tuesday.
or 6 doses "666" will cure any
eof Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
46-3mos


) McLaren and family, who have
ant the winter at Daytona Beach
rassual, left last week for New
York from which place they will sail
shortly for a summer tour of tlhe
*3tibh Isles and France.
H F. S. Clapp arrived from Wash-
SInd., Monday afternoon and
pend two months or more here
rge of Young's Pharmacy,
while the proprietor, G. B. Young,
'taking a vacation north.
r. and Mrs. F. Y. Smith and
ghter drove over from Alachna in
ir Mitchell car last Saturday and
spending a month at the Leland
stage on the beach. Mr. Smith is
prominent member of the bar. J.
gan come with them.
Collars 2 cents, all style of shirts
cents, with work left and called
at Daytona Steam Laundry. tf
of the stores and the post-
observed Monday as Memorial
although the day is not a legal
in the State of Florida.
y was a legal holiday, being
birthday of Jefferson Davis, and
Observed by the Merchants

28 will call for your clean-
mud pressing. 0. S. Burnett.tf
Grace McEwen and her
Mis Bessie Larson, who
been.visiting for a month with
's sister, Mrs. G. H. Gar-
iand family, on South Ridge-
avene, departed last Saturday
Respective homes at Paisley
Orlaado.
ar.6 doses "666" will cure any
if Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
S, 45-3mos
E.L. Smith was in the
nday of last..week serving
on fifteen or twenty who
i to be able to give in-
as to blind tigers. The
[ were ordered to appear
Solicitor Bert Fish,
Last Saturday.


Attorney F. i Pope, Jr., made a
professional trip to Titusville, Mon-
day.-
Judge J. Lee McCrory was in the
city from Deland Wednesday and
Thursday.
G. L. Johnson returned Tuesday
afternoon from a several days visit
to Titusville.
Miss May Bond left Wednesday
for Ocean Grove, N J., for a visit
with Miss May Moseley.
Mrs. C. M. Stevens left Wednes-
day morning for Whitehall, N. Y.,
where she will spend the summer.


I Get away from that frown. Have
your eves properly fitted and be
comfortable this hot weather.
NEVILLE H. CLARK, Optometrist.
Dr. G. M. Wallace was in the city
from Ormond, yesterday.
Miss Roberta Hobbs has returned
from Winter Park where she was
attending Rollins College.
Mliss May Mabbette goes to Kiss-
imee today for a visit with her aunt,
Mrs. Johnson, at that place.
The total eclipse of the moon
Thursday night was magnificent
and visible from start to finish.


Mrs. George Brown and children Mr and Mrs. abette made
went to Lake Helen Wednesday for ,. i i. .a e
a twoweeks' visit with relative at a business trip to Jacksonville yes-
that place terday, expecting to return today.

The Board of Count Commis- Miss Russell closes the Ladies'
sioners and the County School Furnishing Store today and will
Board will hold regular sessions at leave net Thursday for Syrause.
DeLand next Monday. Rev. D. H. Rutter and family de-
Theo. Tice went to Oak Hill Tues- parted for the north Tuesday morn-
day afternoon to spent a week with ing as forecast in last week's issue.
Harold Coutant at the house of Mr. and Mrs Geo. M. Gunn are
refuge on the ocean beach opposite occupying F. D. Spring's cottage on
Oak Hill. Volusia avenue, having taken pos-
!session yesterday.
The Misses Emma and Lelia o yerday.
Abererombie were New Smyrna H. H. Hartshorn and family are
visitors Monday, going down by occupying the Newell cottage on the
autoand returning by train in the ocean beach, having moved over
afternoon. Monday for the summer.
Raymond Ohl, who has been at- M. M. Godwin, at one time a resi-
tending Stetson University at De- dent of Daytona and now at Peoenix.
Land, returned home Wednesday, Arizona, for pulmonary trouble, is
glad to get back to Daytona and reported in a very low state of
the East Coast breezes, health.


L. C. McCann. )-roprietor of Mac's
Cafe, left Wednesday for Mackinac
Island, Mich., for the summer. Mrs.
McCann and daughters will remain
here and look after the business.


Earl B. Foster and family are oc-
cupying one of the J. M. Caron
cottages on the beach at Seabreeze,
having taken possession Wednesday
of this week.


SMrs. M. E. Silvernail left Thurs-
A card from R. .I. LIesesne to, .. ...
for Tallahassee where she will visit
friends here states that he and Mrs. f d tn p t.
S" for awhile, and then proceed to St.
Lesesne are located at the Thousand ,
SLouis to spend the balance of the
Islands and ready for business and s i r.
S'summer with her.
that they are very much .leased;
with the place. Mrs. Laura A. Balcom. who spent
the season here as usual, a guest of
A colored excursion from Jack- .p __
A colored ex ion from Jack The Morgan, departed Wednesday
sonville came in on the regular train mori r n, Mass., to send
morning for Bo~stn, 'aiaa., to spend
Monday afternoon and after having the summer north.
a good time among the colored S
people of this city, return I to Jack- L. Spring and family, who
sonville Tuesday. have been occupying the F. D.
Snring's house on Volusia avenue.


Owing to insufficient evidence
Owing to insulicient evidence, have returned to their farm property
Henry Alexander of North Beach on est Second avenue.
street, who was arrested last week
charged with selling liquor at his Baker street, which now extends
place of business, was discharged b only from Volusia to Magnolia
Justice Titus Monday morning. avenue, should be opened at least to
*Youngs Pharmayforos Orange avenue, along the west
ous P) fr frontage of the city waterworks
S. H. Gove has a force of men at property.
work on The Prospect on South' J. h has been
Ridgewood avenue remodell the making her home during the winter
dining roem, adding several more with her daughter, Mrs. E. L
bath rooms and otherwise altering Gunn, and family, departed yester-
and improving A interior of theI .
house.and improving interior of the day morning on her return to Bos-
house. ton, Mass.
Jim Henderson, colored, was be- i Co actor L. Z Rurdick will
fore Justice H. To Titus Monday tractor L. u w
forne Jgstic ". Thitus Monday shortly begin the erection of. a
morning, charged with petit larceny. ellin fr Mrs. m. Wick-
dwelling house for Mrs. Wm. Wick-
H e w a s b o u n d o v e r b y J u s t ic e T it u s : .. .. ,
He was bound over ly Justice T'itus ing on her Volusia avenue lot, where
and taken to Ne Smrna in the last winter her residence was des-
afternoon by Deputy Sheriff John troyed by fire.
Myers and delivered to Sheriff E. L.
Smith Miss Marion Thompson returned


home Wednesday afternoon. Miss
Mrs. G. D. Ohl has resigned her has been visiting with
position as librarian at the public friends at AttapulgusGa. since the
library and .Mrs. C. II. Abbott's close of the State College for women
temporary tenure of the position at Tallahassee.
will become a permanent one. Mrs. r
Ohl expects to go north for the sum S. w. O'Brien wil be n carge
mer in company witlh her son, ,ay- of L. H. Rowe & Co's. jewelry store
meond during their absence north. Mr.
O'Brien has been in the store the
The eight months old daughter past week week, getting familiar
of Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Brittle was with the stock, etc.


christened last Sunday evening at
the First M. E. Church, Rev. 1). 11.
Rutter officiating. The little girl
received the name of .Josephine
Iarriet and appeared pleased with
the selection.


The Lalies Thursday Afternoon
Bridge Club. which met at the resi-
dence of Mrs. Porter on Third
avenue this week, will next week
hold its s-ssion at the home of Miss
Anna Bailey. Ilaytona Beach.


Miss Crace Caunova and her broth- xal Car Fles, th pr
., -gpxall C'edlar Flakes, moth pre-
er-in-law, Aguar I'ellicier, of St. .. ,
er-in-law., A ,gur 'ellicir, of St. tentative. For sale at Young's
Augustine, cane down on thie ex- a
-l ,< Plharinnv.
cursion Monday a:nl Miss (anova
wis the guest of Mlrs. 1 S. Hunt on Mrs. Win. Wi-kin, before her
Bay street, while Mr I'ehliier visited, departure north, had .some altera-


with his brother, ('. II. Pelliicir, on
Volusia avenue. until tihe following
day.


G. B. Young anl lEric Mills left
yesterday for New York, from which
point the latter will go to Detroit,
Mich., and the former to his old
home at Frankfort. Ild., where lie.
will remain alout two months, re-
innar tn lVt nla a; ,ainll Via New


tins nia'e in tie interior of her
bungalow cottage on Volusia avenue,
cutting an archway between the
dining room and sitting room, etc.,
Rev. J. L. Wilson doing the work.
Mrs. C. R. Cox has exchanged her
property on Orange avenue for
property owned hy her sister, Mrs.
Marv ''ro. oan Cedar street, and has
re-nmoed to the latter, while John


- *Iont-Envelope obtaining sev-
eral kodak films. Finder please
leave at Gazette-News office.
Mrs. H.H. Seelye arrived from
Key West Wednesday to look after
property interests in this city.
Watches and jewelry left with
Geo. H. Clark for repairs are always
promptly and satisfactorily done.
Miss Susie Byne arrived from
Miami, Wednesday, for a visit with
her brothers, W. H. Byne of this
city and John Byne of Holly Hill.
Miss Lillia Bingham returned
yesterday from Winter Park where
she had been attending the com-
mencement exercises at Rollins
College.
Geo H. Clark has sufficiently re-
covered from his recent illness to
take up the work again at the repair
bench in the jewelry department of
the store.
W. H. Peters and daughter, Miss
Gladys, and Miss Newstead left
Thursday afternoon for New York
and other points east for the
summer.
Mrs. E. V. Cherry and Mrs F. H.
Marsh, of Daytona Beach, departed
Wednesday evening for New York
and other points east to spend the
summer.


Miss Mary Stones returned Wed-
needay from DeLand, where she
went last week to attend the com-
mencement exercises of Stetson
University.
H. Marshall Gardiner was among
the number leaving for the north
Wednesday morning. Mr. Gardiner
goes to New York and from there to,
Lake Placid for the summer.
Mrs. Charles E. Gardiner and Miss
Ella and Everet Willaume departed
Wednesday morning for Asbury
Park, N. J., to spend the summer.
Mr. Gardiner accompanied them to
Jacksonville, returning the next day.
Dr. Neville H. Clark was sum-
moned to Ocala by telegram Wed-
nesday to attend a meeting of the
State Boaid of Optometry in that
city Thursday. Dr. Clark was re-
cently appointed a member of the
board by Governor Gilchrist.-
W. O. Lumpkin, a member of the
firm of J. B. McCrary & Co., who
have the main contract for construc-
tion of the city waterworks, arrived
from Atlanta last Saturday to super-
intend the work, and is a guest at
Schmidt's Hotel. His family will
join him here later.


Miss Elizabeth Stones stopped
over in this city Wednesday for a
few days' visit with her sister, Miss
Mary, and her brother, Fred Stones
and family, on Bellview avenue.
Miss Stones was returning from
Bessie Tift College, at Forsyth, Ga.,
to her home at Titusville.
Miss Minne Ruger, of Daytona
Beach, returned from DeLand Mon-
day and left again Thursday after-
noon for South Hadley, Mass., where
she will attend the second reunion
of her class from Mt. Holyoke Col-
lege and then spend some time

S and elsewhere.

old Resident of Ormond Dies.
Curtis C. Chapman, one of Or-
mond's early settlers, died at his
home in that place Wednesday
morning at the age of 82 years
The funeral service was held aIV the
residence Thursday afternoon Rev.
James Stanton officiating,t d the
interment was at the Orm ceme-
tery on the peninsula. Mr. Chapt
man was the father of Mrs. C. H.
Corpe, formerly a resident of Day-
tona, who has been making her
home with Mr. Chapman in recent
years and was with him at the time
of death.


Boats From Miami.
L. Hanson, F. A. Root's able as
distant at the Dry Dock, went to
Miami Wednesday to return with
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Meloy, who
are bringing their cruising
boats, the Scout and Stranger, and a
couple of launches to put them in
Mr. Root's care during the summer.
The new boathouse is already
crowded and Mr. Root is preparing
to dredge a basin and roof it ovtr
L\.r nrma mana n'o tan nnaa


HIWENBKCUEN TI D.

Mcmbers of Co. K Will Rende-
vous at Armory Monday
Night.
Company K, or the Halifax
Rifles as generally termed, will
leave next Tuesday morning for the
State Encampment at Jacksonville.
The Rifles will occupy a special car
on train No. 82, leaving Daytona at
4:15 a. m., and will go via Palatka
and the Atlantic Coast Line.
In order to be in readiness at this
early hour the members of the com-
pany have been ordered to assemble
at the Armory Monday night at
eight o'clock to spend the night.
Capt. Neville H. Cla, who was
unanimously re-eled Tuesday
night, will be in mmand with
Elton M. Rich n T. 0. Melton,
as his lie ts, and the
muster is exp d to reach thirty-
eight including the officers.
The boys have been holding
special drill for some time and are
in condition to make a good show-
ing among the companies from
other parts of the State. Their new
khaki uniforms and the fine new
model Springfield repeating rifles
recently issued to them all contrib-
ute to their excellent appearance.
Capt. A. H. Schmidt, regimental
quarter master, will probably pre-
cede the company by a day or two
in order to make necessary arrange-
ments and it is probable that Major
J. D. C. Morris and staff will also
attend the encampment.
The camp grounds at Black Point
will be officially known as Camp
Bryan during this emcampment in
honor of the late Wm. J. Bryan, U.
S. Senator from Florida at the time
of his death and a very popular
citizen.


Robbed a Hen's Nest.


Hon. F. D. Spring, chairman of
the Board of Public Works, has of
late been devoting all his spare
evenings to collecting turtle eggs
for lunches on his trip north and
judging from his recent success he
should have hard boiled eggs left
for his friends at the other end of
the line, for while out one night
this week he located the nest of an
unwary old hen turtle and relieved
it of something like 20) eggs, com-
pletely forgetting to leave any for
seed.
It is said that instead of using a
divining road, as is usually done to
locate the eggs, Mr. Spring surveyed
the quarter section of beach sand in
some part of which they were sup-
posed to be hidden and remarked
that the proper way to get them was
to dig for them, which he proceeded
to do with the most gratifying re-
sults. He has not yet decided which
way he likes them best, hard or soft
boiled, but thinks they will carry
better in the former state.


Dr. and Mrs. W. E. French and
daughter departed yesterday after-
noon for Shawsville, Va., where
they will spend the summer.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Osborne re-
turned Tuesday from a two weeks'
cruise to Palm Beach aboard the
"Brooklyn," the trip being in cele-
bration of their tenth, or tin wed-
ding anniversary. They had a fine
outing.


Advice to Smokes.
Here are a number of don't for
smokers, some of which no doubt will
surprise a good many men: Don't
smoke directly after a meal There Is
the most Irresistible craving to smoke,
but it Is wiser to wait a half hour or
an hour. Don't smoke out of doors
In a high wind or in cold. frosty
weather. In the former case it is dan-
gerous, and in the latter It cracks the
UIs and prevents proper breathing.
Don't smoke with the cigar or pipe
held at the corner of the mouth. This
excites the secretion of more saliva
than when the cigar or pipe is held
straight In front. And. above all,
don't get In the bad habit of expecto-
rating frequently when smoking. It
Is qulte unnecessary au merely a haLb-
it and harmful.- --. -' -
He Walked.
"Good afternoon, Miss Brown! Go-
ing for a walk? May I go with your"
asked an elderly but ardent admirer of
the lady.
"Yes; my doctor says that we must
S -t. ... iita ..hka m an T ann


held aas aM t
Baptist Ch.ur, Rse, EE. LK e:
leading the series, a i...ael -
Rev. D. H. Ratter aid m, Dr.
F. Marah, with an able addmrs b
Rev. A. L Abererombie.
The church was handsoaml
trimmed with flowers in greatva-
riety and the pulpit and motrum
were trimmed with the tars amd
stripes.
The choirs of theseveral churches
united in furnishing excellent music
for the occasion and Grand Army
members to the number of fifteen or
more were in attendance, an im-
pressive feature being the departure
of the old soldiers from the church,
the congregation standing while
they retired.


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Phone 96.


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

G. A. KLOCK
Physician and Surgeon
Special attention given to i)seases of
the Eyeand Fitting of classes. Office
over Globe clothing store. Office hours
7 to 1 a. m. I to ::.o p. m., 7 to 8:00 p. m.
DAYTONA. FLA.
M. JOSIE ROGERS, M. D.


lomneopathic Physician
No. 453 North Beach Street.
Office Hours, 12:30 to 2:30 and 6:00
to 7:30.
Telephone No. 122.

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


II Orange Aven


Fitzgerald & Oates
Attorneys at Law
Special Attention to REahining and
Perfecting Land Titles.
Conrad Block, DAYTONA, FLA.
Carv nD. .aodis Bert Psh
LANDIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
Practlcig In al Bate amd Fedeal
Courts. Civ or Criminal Imn M gr-
en careful attention. SpeIal aeint
for Investiang and perfectg tUtle
WDeLud. lerlda.


TITLES INSURED
Volusia Conty Abstrat, Investment
and Title Insurance Company.
Abtract frnlshed and titles perfet-
ed. Ma.. Plats and Blne Print sIp-
plied. Bert Fish Pres; Carey D. and,
8ec'and Tress. Opposite olsda Oo.
Ban, DeLand. Fla.

D. & C. M. ROGERS
Civil Engineers
O. (i DAYTONA and
Datonmce MIAMI,FLA.
Daytona Office Establshed 1875


S 11 GOV Daytona Private. Hos-
._ .,, pital and Sanitarium
Architect builder and Everytacultyforthepropertreatment
Sand care of medical and surgieal cases.
Contra or iEletrical appliances trained nurses.
Quiet surroundings. Special attentloa
Residence and office, northeast cor- given toeall paUtats. T orn onappll-
ner Ridgewood and Volusiaave. cation. No B. A t Daytona.
Phone S9. Daytona, Fla Physician in Charge.

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Agent for the following Insurance
Companies:


Commercial Union Assurance Co. All .............................
All...... ........... ...... ..


Sun Insurance Office,


Philadelphia Underwriters,

Springfield Fire and Marine,

Northern Assurance Co.,

Niagara Fire Insurance Co.,

New York Underwriters,

London and Lancashire Ins. Co.


Orient Insurance Co.,

Queen Insuiance Co.,


Virginia State.Insurance Co.,


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All...... .... ... ... ............ 18
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German American Insurance Co., ........................ ....- -


Phenix Insurance Co.,

Atlas Assurance Co.,

Western Assurance Co.,


--Aachen and Munich Ins. Co.,

American Insurance Co.,

National Union Insurance Co.,

Hamburg-Bremen Insurance Co.,


Caledonian Insurance Co.,


Insurance Company of North
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We write burglary,


health, accident and



every other kind of



insurance, represent-


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Maryland Casualty Co.,

United States Casualty Co.




All Losses Promptly


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Ne'4 and e'z. of se!' and ne/ of nw'ii
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Ne% of nen and set! of se' and
w 3-4...... .. ..... ............
Ne% and n% of se/4 and se'i of
se'% aind w%.... ............
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All fractional.................

sw'4...... ............. .... ....
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Ne% of n0'. andl sevl.... .... ..
All...... ............... ........
EI' and swtI and e,/ of nw% ....
All fractional.... ... ............


Lodges, O'llar & Rus-
sell Co.. .. .... .. 20
lodges. O'Hara & Rus-
sell Co-.. .. .. 18
Lodges, O'IHara & Rus-
sell Co.. -. ...... 20
Hodges, O'lIara & Rus-
sell Co- ..-----. 6---
Hodges, ()'ara & Rus-
sell Co.. ..........----- 15
Lodges. O'Hara & Rus-
sell Co.. .. ..... 15
Hodges. O'Hara & Rus-
sell Co.. ...... .. 20
Hodges, O'Hara & Rus-
sell Co..-.. ...... 17
Hlodges,. O'Hlara & Rus-
sell Co.......... -."


23 19 33 56o
24 19 33 640


25 19 33
26 19 33


lodges. O'llara & Ru-
sell tCo.. .. ..- --
Hlodges. ()'lara & Rus-
*ell Co..........


640o Ildges. ('iara & Ros-
sell Co.... .. ....--
640 Ilodge., O'Hlara & Ru-
sell Co.... ........

6o llHdges. O'llara & Rtn--
sell Co.. .. ......
640 Hotdges. O'llara & Rus-
sell Co.. ...... ..
640 Hlodges. O'llara & Rus-
sell Co.. ...... ..
55SS Ilhoges. O'lara& Ru--
sell Co.. .. ......


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sell Co.. ....... 8 oo
Iodges. O'llara& Rus-
sell C'o.. .... .... 6 4
Hodges. )'llara & Rus-
sell Co.... ...... 2o 07
Hodges. O'llara & Rus-
sell Co-.... .-... o 07
Hodges. (Yllara & Rus-
sell Co-.... ... .--.0 07
Hodges. O'lara & Ru--
sell Co.... .. .. .. 3 17
Hodges. t)'Hara & Rus-
sell Co.... ...-.... 20 7
Hodges. O'llara & Rus-
sell Co-.. .. .... 2 --
Hodges. O'llara & Rut,-
sell Co.... ......15 -4
Hlodlges. O'llara & Rus-
sell Co-.... .-. .
H J ('haplitn.... .. I 6;
Hlodges. (01lara & Run-
sell Co.... .. .... 5 53
Hodge.,. O'llara & Ri-.-
sell Co.. .. ..... 9


9 20 33 525 Hod ges. ('llara & Rtu-
sell 'o.. ........ 16 70


14 20 33
15 20 33
17 20 33
2' 2 33
22 20 33
23 20 33
24 20 33

28 -ao 33
2-9 -o 33
33 20 33
34 20 33
35 20 33
36 2o 33


I. Segue (;rt.... .... ........... 37 20 33
Lots t and 9, hlak 2, Poice Park..
-Lots 8. 9. ita and 17. hllk 5. PI,'ce
Park.. ........... ...... ......
Lot 6, blk N, Ardmore.. ........ 9 17 34
Lot 3, blk 5. Coronado Reach.....
Lot io, lik to, (Coronado Beachl....
Lot a, hllk 18. Coronado Beachl....
S1 of lot 3. blk 1g. Coronado Beach
-ot i. lilk (. ( oronado Reach......
Lot 2. hik (;, Coronado Beach......
I-uts 4 ind 5. blk (i. Coronado leacl
Lots 4 and 5, hlk 9. sub of lot 16 17 34
.All bik, I1, E. F and (;, sub of lot 16 17 34
Lot 5. blk i, Lewis lmstd ........ 18 17 34
Lot 17. blk 5. I'owlatton Beach....
Lot -'3, hlk 9. Powhatton Beachl....
E 6o ft of w 225 ft of lot 4. blk 5.
Doughertv's. New Smyrna.... ....
.ot 17. Finnegan's. New Smyrna..
Lot 18. Finnegan's. New Smyrna...
Lot 7-, blk Snith's. New Smyrna..
W 9o ft of s 5o ft of n 15o ft e of R
R. hlk 2. Rush's. New Smyrna....
Lot 386. blk 3o. Andrews. New Smyr-
na.. ........ ....... .........
All blks 9, to and In, Picket G(rt,
New Smyrna....................
All hlk -. L'icket :rt. New S yvrna..
Lots 2 and 3. C Alvarez C.rt...... 52 17 34
Lot 34, ; Alvarez ;rt-.... ....... 5- 17 34
Lot 39 F. ; Alvarez Grt.... ...... 52 17 34
Lot 234. llawks Park.............
E'. of w----.... .. ............. 2 18 34
Lots I and 2.... .. .. .... ....... 3 8 34S
All fractional.-... .. .. .......... 4 18 34
Ne' of ,e'4.-.... .. -.. .... .... 17 18 34
Lot 4.... .... ......... ........ 25 18 34
John Itltotn Grt.. .. ............. 39 i8 34
W 64 chains of it 26.232 chains of
Jane .Murray Crt... .. ......... 48 18 34
S 5.16 chains of n 32.9 chains of
lane Murray (;rt.. .. .. ...... 48-40 I 34
S 22..9 chains of Jane Murray (;rt 48-49 18 34
All fractional.. .. .. ............. 5 19 34


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of ;sw4 of sw'4 of set.i e of R
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I'nd I'm int in li- 14 and 15. De-
lespine 4 ;rt .....................
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Hodges. 'llHara & Rus-
sell ('o.. .. .. ..2 -20
Hodges. O'llara & Rus-
sell Co.... ....... -
Hodges, O'Hara & Rus-
sell Co.... .. ...... 2"
Hodges. O'lara & Ru& -
sell 'Co.... ...... -o
Hodges. O'lara & Rus-
sell Co.... .. ... 20
Hlodges. ('llara & Ru -
sell Co.... .. .... 20o
Hodges. O'lara & Rus-
sell Co.... .. .... 4
Hodges. O'llara &
Rusell (Co...... 172
Hodges. O'llara & RuN-
sell Co.. ........ 20
lodges. O'llara & Ru-
sell Co.... .... .. 2o
Hlodlges. (Yllara & Ru5
sell Co.. .. ......
Jlhodge. O'llara & Rs-
.,ell (Co. ... ....
Hodlgt-.. )'llara & Rut--
sell Co.. .. ..... .
IIhdges.O'llara& Ru -
sell (Co.. .. .... 6
Lodges. (0'lLara & Rs-
sell Co..... ... .. 17
IHidges. O'llara& Rus-
sell Co-.... .. ..... I
Hodlge,.0'llara& Rus-
sell ("o.... ..... 3
W I Taylor.... ... 36
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J r. ice .... .. .....
J E Price.... ....
E K I.undy.... ....
C W Sperrvy .... ..
Blake & Wright......
Georgiana I. \Winlgate
MlcBride & lnd,......
J F Tuhhs.........
11 E Tuhbs..........
G; W Tulhs........
Hamlin & Stewart ....
M Constant.... ....
lenry Fisher......
I: 1) Sieincer.. ......
lIrs of J C lIecrkntan..
Gus Mills...........
1 M M-lorri-..... ....
II Lowe.. ... ......
S C King.. .. ....
II 4 Larkin. Jr.. ..
I. I1 t Il uchelle.. ....

Unknown ... .....
IU nnown.... .....
F J i M.-re.... .. ..
lradlylv Fertilizer ',-.
J W idden... ....
J W Giddens..... ..
Winner I.and (',....
Winner and Co......
Wisner Iand ('o...
E 1) Spe.ncer.. ....
Hlrs of Win McCahe..
1 R ('rt-ight.n.......
W\ B. Tavlor........
W B Tavl.hr......
H-. of un"it McCahe..
ll, ees ()O'llara & KRu
-ell Co....... ..
lalges. O'llara & Rus-
sell Co...........
Hodges. Ollara & Rus-
sell Co.........
Thodges. )'llara & Rui-
sell Co...........
hodges. O'Hlara & Rus-
sell Co...... ......
Hodges. O'llara & Ru--
sell Co............
Hodges. (O'lara & KRu-
sell Co.. .......
Hodges. )O'Hara & Ru--
sell Co.... .. .....
Hodges. O'llara & Rus-
sell Co...........
Hodges. t'Ylara & Ru.-
sell Co..... .......
Hodges. 0)'llara& Ru-.-
sell Co............
Houlges., 4ITara & Rus-
sell Co..... .. .......
Hodges. O'Ilara & Rus;-


sell Co.. .. ......
Hodges. (O'lara & Rt s-
sell Co.... .. ......
lodges. O'Hara & Rus-
sell C..


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NOTICE O INTENMIT TO AfPLY


fOR LETTERS PATET.


REAL I


Tint cpiital stot-k of this olinpl Int Twt-nmty -live- thousand t ,iJKIX0 dollars. to
Ie divided into two iiautlred and fifty shares
of tihe pur value of One, hundreds dollars
e-ancl. All ,r a;ny Imrt of the capital stock
of this c-tormrattiont 1i1iy I- lumid lor in prop-
erty. |tintar or servic-es at a just valuation to
Iw iex di by 1the itllcrorJiortors. or by the di-
rectors il11 Iit mi'ting called for thlt purpose.
Prroptrty Itlaoro or ser-rvei-s inay also I
purcli-ise l dill paidl for Iy the t-capital stock
at ;e just vitlu:tios1 ot such prol'rty, labor
or s- rve:c.-s to li, fix., <1 ly tnhe dlrektors of
thi- ,orrpration atat ilte-tinl; called for
tllht h lurio,.s.
AKRTICLEI IV.
'Thlii or cicrarnion shall exist perpetually
ai, provide 41 hy liaw.


iOATNN DAHUIIVE


IN THE USUAL MAEl.


G. A. R. Veterans Decorated the

Graves of Their Comrades


1 OWNER. o
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3 19 33 654 Hodges, O'Hara & Rus-
sell Co.... .... .. 20 07
4 19 33 580 Hodges O'Hara & Rus-
sell Co.. .. 5
5 19 33 656 Hodges, O'Hara & Rus-
sell Co.. .. ..... 15 24
6 19 33 649 Hodges, O'lara & Rus-
sell Co.. ....... 15 24
7 19 33 6zo Hodges. O'lara & Rus-
8 19 33 640 Hodges. O'Hara & Rus-
sell Co .......... 6 4
9 19 33 640 Hodges. O'HIIara & Rus-
sell Co.... .... .. 20 o;
10 19 33 i6o Hodges, O'Hara & Rus-
sell Co........ .... S 5
11 19 33 640 Hodges. O'Hara & Rus-
sell Co.. .. .... .. 2 07
12 19 33 640 Hodges, O'Hara & Rus-
sell Co.... .... .. -o 07
13 19 33 640 lodges. O'llara & Rus-
sell Co.......... 20 07


The under-diined subsc-rilers and Incor-
porntors do herely give notice that on
rWedn.esday. the 16th day of June. A. D.,
Ite., the undersigned and their associates
will lpplv to Honorable AtRrt W. Gil-
christ, as(;overnor of the State of Florida, I
for Letters Putent incorporating them
und-r and hb the name Of The Conrad- I
ahltet. 'ulty, Title and nsan I ce Corn-
ptny. ini accordance with the following
Articles of Incorporation whlchqhey have
adopted is their proposed charter.
lat.-di this 1RtIi day of May A. D..I19W.
F. N. CONRAD,
E. F.D ATEK
I).- RIMONDS.
Subsc-rilersi add Incorpoprators.
Proposed Charter of "The Csatd-Oates Reaty
Title and Insuramce Copy."
The undersigned incorporators hereby
associate themselves for the purpose of
forming a corporation under the laws of
tine- rate of Florida, as prescribed by the
(General Statutes of the State of Florida and
>v the Acts of the Legislature thereof and
adopt the following proposed charter:
ARTICLE I.
The tuinie of this cori:oratlon shall be
-'The (onrad-Oates Realty, Tttle and In-
suilne-. 'o:.llany."' alld Its pri:clpal place
of business s!all aut I-hytona, Florida, and
Its liunie.,T s i:;rll 1.' olnduct~ed In the State-
of Flor.dt;n d sucd h oth-r states of AnaertI a
wh r<-ct nveiili t t or net-' s ary.
ARTI'I.E 11.
Tit, 'e-'neral nature of the business to Je
truslis ctrdl ly the uaid corlorationl is as
follows: toluy. sell. exchange. lease. ac-
q|uirt-e intd deal In ltad and real estate of all
kinds whatsoever alid wherever situated;
to li s. sll exchange, lease and deal in
renl t.state of all kinds whatsoever on coim-
inuissi tajIs a real estate agent. To engage
in tI L.-ire, irmarine, health, accident, life or
iany otln.er kind of ilsuralnce whatsoever as
11 geiieral or resident alnt it, or tloth. To
rctci eivl- pnrpoals anld to make contracts
for ilnsurniee ont Iwlealf of the insurance
ot-monpl nie-s lt wlhom the said corporation
Ilmay -llappointl'd as re-sident or general
agent. :tad do all things necessary and re-
quireld to Im- dol.- Iy the 1gemeneal or resident
agent of anl iinstransicie company or coin-
panit.s. To Insure the title of real estate
and to Issue |l licics under the seal of the
cornratioln and sccutre t, ay the assets of
the corporation. Insurilng the titles of any
re-r, estate in ti ne Htte of Florida and to
cltargi a prn-ilutln for thei issuing of said
liolic-y or policies and to collect and receive
the satinte annd carrying on the Ibusiness of
guaranltiong and insuring the title of real
estate geie-rally. To sell, mortgage, sublet,
pledge., hire. lease, loan or convey the prop-
erty of the' alltl corporation. Iloth real and
erson.al or any part thereof t oawill, and to
invest the proceeds of thee e In such
iiiunaer its nmay Iw deterinled lhy the By-
iLaws. To carry on any of its business and
to have ofittec-s and agents at such places In
this Htnte and other statent as may Ie nectes-
satry or rxelijislte to the carryingon of the
husilIn-ss (if the corporation. To borrow
niounty iand to se.curce the sale and monies
otherwise owin cly deedss, mortgages.
,olidx Inotes or other obUgatlons therefore.
T1eo Ilk t-costntracts at ainy time whatsoever
for tilhe furt ltherance of its purposes and busi-
e i- lad5 ge le-rally to exercise all such
xw#-rs :;.s Il:y I' iie ncessarP y or convenient
to tIlhe lUialrose.s or business of this corpora-
lion 1: il to Ilavee, c.xtirc.ise, amd c-njoy all the
rights, lowers and privile-ges incident to
! 'orl )r;tl ions for proflt organized and exist-
ill g Iby order of tlie i-Laws ot the Htate of
Flor-itl:.
0 .-prj. L- a v.


Mrs. O. S.


Now that the rush &o tisf
Stationery? Te R
stock and the finest work atd
your next order.


Just 4s




They Grow


4smlinwinu 7:1


In Pinewood Cemetery.

Decoration Day, Monday, May
30th, was very generally observed
in this city by the closing of places
of business during the day, all but
a few of the stores remaining closed
throughout the day. The Mer-
chants Bank r;as open, however, a.-
May 30th is not down on tile State
calander as a legal holiday. A num
her of the business hout-ss and some
of the residences were flag trinrmmed
in honor of the day.
At one o'clock in ithe afttrno, in
the members of Joe Hlooker fost
and visiting members of the G. A
R., to the number of about twenty.
assembled at the Armory under the


VEGETABLES Fresh orn t&e a



FISH rigging from the Water.
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FINEST CANNED IN THE WORLD.

56 VARIETIES IN iN AND OL


Robinson, who hiai


been visiting for a couple of w1eek-
with Mrs. C. H. Abbott and Mrs
Wm. Roxby and family in I ay
street, returned last Saillrd:a to her
home at Orlando.


Mrs. A M. Rhodes and Miss Mar
garet Rhodes, who have been (cc-t-


pying their winter home


on South


Beach street, left for Cleveland,
Ohio, last week.


MASONIC DIRECTORY.
HALIFAX LoIWXIE. No. til, F. & A. M -
Meets Ist and::rd Thursdays.


6 ARTICLE V. HALIFAX CHAPTER, No. 5, R. A. 31.-
Meets 2nd Thursday.
Thi.- ll-,inlless of this corporation shall tIe eORIeNTALh urdOMMAN I)I.' Y. No ) .K.T.-
07 t'conluct-t ly Iy President, Vie--President, Meets th Thursday
.-Mecret.arym nd Trearurer and a Ioard ot LIVEtOAK 0 HAPTEI. No.1. 0. F. S.-
07 Ithne dinr.etors, and such other officers and Mets 2nd and 4ti Tuesdlays.
agent. :ls Itmty frosi tinm to time aId nsap-s
Si3ainte.-l. TI'r-.stMe-mkhold rs shall una-et on All meet in Masonic Hall, Orange avenue
Mloiudtiy,t lit-I l-li tlhayof July, li19. for the
first ni.'-.tintg of tsid cotrporition l t tihe
5 omt- of tI lit t-cn*rorantilsi ; I aytontl. Philip E. Robinson. Architect-
i "lIorii;. lit I('cI o-locNk A. M.. for tihe
'7 purlpo, of adlloting hy-Inws, holding the National HId'"g
lirs lt -l.-t-tiotl of oficel.rs.nd t otlpleting the *vamulah, ia.
S o rgainiziat ion of tiis torlmration. Th,- Winrcr Ho:les
sttckhlolder.s sliari;I isa-t ainttafly thnretlt t-r in rFhrida
*66 on I lcis --ondi Monday i .July o each year. 'f'F I lalws.
tnile- ottlei-wise, dt-teriine-id by the by- Itilou.s,
2*4 laws. At e-a-h it aimuel meeting of thi*t Tropcal <;ar
stt-khl;cl -,r. tli-rc- shtll h1 electtI thllrtee of densi
17 tlte st -'ckio: 6 rteaor-.'d"i :di anil ilirector-s at their n-eeting Poston.
n7. tea h hl'-l|l ctit If- s:ame d(a:I shall e-lert a ava \ annh


9 : : ,,,- .. .t..,_. ,-,- ..r,. h.l-.. -. .I .... A Ti
v":lresident, vice president.- .Acretary and Tampa.
r 4rn1 r-estire r. alndl such other agents aland
4t oalli--r.. :i, 1hl- crorlr: tion 1,ay authorize.
All tlic--rs shll hold their respective off1-
03o ce tllllil the-ir successors in otfice arce duly i
Q j aletlt-l d and iuaIlil!el. Any two of said |
287 oi lli--s. .xtI t that of president aiid vice LOW TIDES on the BEACH
'93 pr.-itl.dit. il:yl It i h-ltl hIy on '- persotl. The I_
71 Ina:tnstof (th1t-titeC.rs whLo are to conduct
7r t,- .tiiesn -, of said corporation until tho a MAY JI:NE JULY i
I0.; elect..1 lt l lhe first ele-hction aforesnid shall Motnth
I3 Im.qua;lill-d shall liw N.Conrad. President; i .--.----
,I E K. F. o ats, Vit-"e PreQsident and Menretary; ... ......10:-15......I 12'......I1 :31...
5 'n alld I1 m. ilnioil s. Treasure-r. and FN. N. .. ..11:7 ... ...12:03t... ...12:l... i
71 i'onr:-i. V. F. Omte-s anlid 1. H. Sintonds, I 2:0 .
;7r Itrdn of Iiri.ctors. ... 3... ..12:05... ...-12:4- 1... I3..
i ARTIC'LI.E VI. ... 4......12:40...... 1:23...... 1.50...
144, 1:1. ......2 0.5 ... ... 2:39 ...
12 'o The highI-st ittinoint of indebtltdni.-ss or ..- :15 :0.-... ...
2o llabilit\ to which this corporation shall at ... ... 1 :...... ".0..... .:2'2...
3 any I iee-subject it-c-If shiall l e Twenty-five *.-23- .1:37 4-->>
3 s '' t llhall w Twnt-v 7...... 2:23... ... 3:37 ... ... :22 '...
.. .. 3:03 ...... 4:31...... 5:19 ...
2 4S AKTI 'IE VII. 7... 6 -0 ...
S ThI ilnan it, llnd re'sildeitn-cs of the subsc-ril- .** *** 3 -. -
I 40 r-n ntl l thi,- iiialn t of tcl pitli stock su1l -1-.. -.. 4:38...... ;:3S-...... :....
I s.-rilwtlby -a-ich are ius follows: ... ..11... ... ... 7:47... ... s: ..
S1n "Y. r-N.Conlractl. Ilayto ni,, l''loritld:. 1t- hhalrs. 1 (5- ...... <" 3 ,. .Fo- lu,.s. |lllay(Miii. IPlorhllt. 124 shI aelWs.
S 6 F. N. ., tiiIt d, II. i In totn l. Floridai, shares. ...13... .. 6:5 ... ... 3:537... ...910:1 ...
i 54 F. N. IONRAD, ...1]4- :-... :1.....10:57 ... ...-11:3;...
1 91 e. V. OATEMt... ...1 ... ..10:1... ... 11:02... ... 11:17...
4 ;6 1.. lM ).NIt. ...1 :3.. :52... : 12:2
3 Ig tTATE n FI.- F ll.A., -......
4 oUt t f Olusl. '" ...17... ... :05 ......12:4t... ... 111...
S: I .[.ne-.e y c-rtify that on thi. daly I -rsonI- ...1 .....12:55...... 1 :2' ..1... I :SI..
i 67 ally :tsplar.-ild I-for -. Notary Pu lic in ...1 :4 -......2:1 ..... --
:;il.l fIor llt- Stat.- of F'lorida. F. N. N. onradld, ". :'. .
i ~ -. (I;l. nl II. M. hllilo tlds. to ne well ... 25s..... .-21
7- 9 known nl known to t toto hI- the pc.rsoiss ..21..... 3:15... ... 3::4-..... .1:0((...
ti-.tc-rilw-tl in, ianIl whto su s-rl.-l their o,> 4 4 1-11
6 21 Inlnl's to tilnefollowing Artict-les of Intcorpo- ..." -.2. :..... i
r;atlim n mttl iltcorl)oratted :is Tit (tColnrd- ... 23-- :-- ... ...... :.. 2... I "
5 58 t nt l te-; ity, it c ttle Ind Ilrtiirt cer colt- ...24...... 5-t. .. 1i. .. 6 ..
I2 -83 pallny, 1nn1 sevranlly "cknowlelge that they ... : 7:02 ......7:03...
SStliu..-rilthe- llhir li:lnllne tliher,-o lor thIr pur- -
S 0o !W) llter, e-ini expreln.ssed. .....2. .. ... :..
I Inwitt-ss wlicreof I hanver h-reunlto set ...27...... 8:IS ... S:.3-:3...... 9 02...
20 07 my h:niliatd and otlch-ial seal this 111ih dauy of ... ..... 9:09 9: 10:01
\.ay, A. I i:. t'.-i l t of ... .. : .... :5S.... ...10:01 ...
llay. A. D.. IV.0. F. J. NIVr, S
24 1,7 Notairy Ptilletitate ofl Floridi at [lArge. ...2 ... ... 9:55......10:3.S ... .10:. S...
My co- aii sione. xpir. es A gt s t il l h, ll. .3 ...3... 10:42... ... 1 -27. ......11:1 9...
, 41 ...3 I... ..... ...... .......... ... II :.i>...

S2 NOICE TO NON-RESIDENT. Forenoon antl :trtetrn ;tr,.- :a' p- '
S n7-E I proximately at tile sanme hiour. Auto-
cuit of Florida. inn anrl uor Volusia t'ount'- mobiles can be drivt n i on tile l cihi two
20 e17 IN CH'ANC :RY. hoursafterhigh ti'e and within tuo
7 66 I 1 Av.I AS i4:ur E i hours of high tide.
3 65 .1.* *HIERy. I
To .1. W. Olbrre. Ii. the s
2 Yotu Iler herby required to appear to the ave the Mosquitos
Hill of onsplaint flid herninl against you
i7 ff, In t allx>ve,- entitled cause on or liefore the
Sti day of. Julyv. A. I'. Iam.,
S nated ais tlhe t -wspawer in which this order
consecutive weeks.
Witl s my hnd and sea o oofce this GO to the Bingham
M1th day Otf April, A. Is., it**..
i S N.a M'I. I.JoaInAN. Clerk.
By R. H. HAML.IN. c, ,A
1 ... iDeputy Clerk. L alev o nd
-1T~d-7ft415.1-IIA-aI-5, -


L.G. G. LYMAN.


SM. ELLA DE VOY COI

LADIES HATTES
Correct in Styles. OPEN ALC THE YEA
SNo I sr utl Beach Street, Dsytoma. -
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A. 1). neflcBRID EJ. ILB. fAD
president VbcaPlsm


Pit W, ,I
Caher.r


MERCHANTS BANK
(ItRANCH OF VOLUSIA COOUTY BAUK) f
'ipital Stck-;-..... ...........................................
Suir)lis and Profits .................................... 55,165'

i F,-r per cent interest paid on Savings accounts and Time C
tificates of Deposit No notice required for withdrawals

Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.


FLORIDA EAST COAST RAIH


LOCAL TIME CARD No. 78.


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No. 85 No. N k
DAILY DAILY A DAILY
; en pin 9 :0 am iLv..Jaeksonvlle. r. 7 30 pm
;i pm III 55 tm :Lv..StLAgustine..Ar. 6 0 p
Z 6 27 pm 11 6 am !Lv..East Palatka Lvj 5 OS p
S- ti l i n 1 32: pm ;Lv.... Ormod ....Lv 3 s6 pm
t pl in, 1 11 pi Lv Day...Daton... Lv, 3S1 pm
S 5s -i, In 2 30 i,m !Lv..New Smyrna .Lv 2 40 pe
10 ll Is ,m 3 : pm Lv....Tltnsville...Lv. I 25 pm
S 10 4: pIm 4 19 pm Lv......Coeoa.....Lv12 pa
S o I 47 Ipn 423 Ipm'Lv...Rockledge...Lv.2 42 pm
I= 11 20 pin 4 57 pm!Lv..-Eau GalIUe...L12 10 pm
S 11 :po Im 5 07 pm'Lv...Melbourne...LvlU 02 pma
1 am 7 i4S pm Lv ...Ft Pieree....Lv 10 5 a
S3 4 4-s aln 917 pm Lv.W.PalmBeach.Lv' 8 M0 m
:niam 11 3) lpm Ar......Mianmi.....Lv5 3am
S: a ......... L..... Miami..-...Ar;..........
Sam an.......... l.. Homestead..Lv ..........
S II l am ..... .... nLv ... LongKer...Lv.....
12 01 11n ...... Ar..Knights Iey. .Lv..........
S:o i ..T...... Ar ... Key West -v..........
1 :) a ..----....-- Ar..... Havana-..- Lvj........


Efdctive ApriHi.


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393u
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1827am
145mm
14 am
112am
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4 as pm
84pm

400 pm
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11 00 am
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*iundlays Tuni.iays and Thursdays. Knights Key and Key West
t mlr.-i:v-. Wed.lne.layit an1i lFridays arrival and departures at H'r. aa

PALATKA BRANCH
Leave Et-H EA-'T PALATKA TO Arrive Leave PALATKA TO EAST JArrIvem
IPliaka IPALATK A Palatka Palatka PALATKA Palatk

5 15 Hm .........No. 100 Daily ........5 35am 5 40 am ....... No. 1 0 D fly. 6
6 13> anm .......... No. N102 Ia.iiv. ....... 6 30am 800am .No. IM3 Dai.... 82
!:) a ............ N. Il Dilyf..... 9 50 am 11 25 am ... o. 0B DaIy_.
12 0. pin ............ 1; Dail .... 1225 pm 25pm 5pm S __. o. 107 DaIly is pm.
4 11) pin. .........No.. PS laily...... 4 30 pn 435pm p ..__ No.1 M Daily...... 4 5 Py
5 1)> p ..........N. i) I iy...... Z pm 5 pm ..-.....No. 111 Dl y--... 61 p
6 3. pn ............N4. 112 Daily........ 6 55 pm m 700 pm .......No.13 Dally...... 720
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No. -W N-'. No.o
MATOrT IRC I
l~alv ail ['lly ['aly DeftyjDeft jDaily IDow-
l; 1l In6 1 4l j2m v" ,.pin 9 20 am Lv..Jacksonlle..Ari 48 amP amli pm U pm61
754) pu 1:61"' 2 40 joill 10 00 am Ix.. Pablo Beach-ju1Sn7U mf~ ii3m
76 p-A 6-A6 pi 12 L'2 1Jin 1) 45 am L L.AAtlantie Beah. swLan uM 176 mi a a Ispm
it) 1pi n1" pi :in3 (9) join 14) am Ar.14mA pOl~. rVlM I m ay L L1T V I I
.so~0nl~iatYDIT 1()aag I 3mhIP t bami

41 pin ~1)1 I 3U m 1~1 eHrr.,II01 pm I 615 pin 938aPm Ar...Smnfon, LI....Lv 8mm
4 ~s i'm 11 3, am 1.v....orr Cl.6...L4 n2 20 pm I I10 pm P
4 27) lim 12 on in lr.'r.anO citr J.LCvIrl2 45 pm I?520 pm p
4 CM) ne 1 (1 11 %rcmadue aCKihts Key wiak. & 4o w 0. .SpC=beK, sM -9 Dw am. Cb


so-Thee TMtE TARLES show th dme sat hMA Val ma wabe .xpecuend a1at sai dad d .man0
evetral stationst but their arrival or departure at he siame s d b am Is an mm bs sh&Campu
to be bold renponsibl* for a nydelay or c" commeasomm. .iem
FOR COPY OF THE LOCAL TIME CARD OI OTHER INFORMATION "SE 11 1 TICKE AGENV*
D. RAHNER.Geaeral Paaseg Agut ST. AUGWTIB PLOMIDA


... ... ..... .i.. RU, 'TZ';FRAl.l A -ATK.<. .... ..x ... S .
sell So ........... 9 a&1 ollcitors for Complalnant.
.sell .... ... 9 21
Moran & Cliallen.... I o7-
Moran & Mc-aughlin. 6 ;o
Moraan & Mclaughlin i to Notice.
M ral & McLaughlin To lsii It My Conen A i:
UItlkn-l--n....... 1 67 1it ie-,,-.rd;in-e with Me-tion Wi. ;t-nervral


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direction of 'ost Commander 0 I.
Matthews and a-compan'ed by a
firing squad of the Halifax Ritles.
in command of Capt. Nevil!he II
Clark, proceeded in carriages. from
that place to Pinewod Cemetery,
where the usual ceremonies we-re lh-
served.


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