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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: June 12, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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DAYTONA GAZETTE=N^


Qoes Evrywhere. Reaches All Claes.


. Daytona, Florida, June 12, 1909.


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SPECIAL TOWEL SALE
Owing to the late arrival of a shipment of one hundred dozen Towel-s
which we should have received early in the spring, but arrived after our 4
season is over,.wewill hold a SPECIAL TOWEL SALE in order to close
out the entire let. These towels are first-class in every respect and are well
worth 12. cents, but we must get rid of them and will close out. the entire
100 dozen at 3 for 25 cents or 95e a dozen. I)o not fail to get what rwels
you need at this ridiculously low price. See the window display.

THE PECK" HENDRICKS COMPANY.
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-r purchasing V.oo0 worth of 1ro-
will sell a handsome framed pict-
lection out of onle hundred and lifty
27, for only 59 cents.

ICE OF A LIFETIME
homes. You doIn't have to uy
ie time. Ask ifor coupons.
display iln my window. north h in m
Sto t$2.oo each. (all and sec them :

CARROLL,

,ach Street Grocer. 'PHONE 19.
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A close examination of electric-
al work finished and charged for
from tlhi.s shop shows how square-
ly and honorr:bly we transact our
business. EClectrical repairs re-
ceive special attenliti. Those
who emplolthvy us never worry'about
our charge.,., and they know be-
fore engaging us that our work-
manship will be the best.

Davtona Electric Co.


A Glimpse of Seabreeze.


SEVERAL WILLS RECENTLY


FILED IN PROBATE COURT.

Mrs. Elizabeth P. Hasty Left
Most of Property to Old
Ladies Home.
'he will of the late T. Ewing
Miller nas filed in the probate court
at D)el,:an, Tuesday. -The instru-
ment leaves all the decedent's prop-
ertv to hiis surviving sons, Ira H.
Miller and Tlieron B. Miller, and
names them as executors without
b)ond, and directs that it be not
necessary t tile a st-hedule.
Last week the wills of the e W.
W. Vaan 1)r and Eli.za:leth P1.
Hasty were lil;dl.
Mr. Van I )urn divided his prop-
erty equally I:etween his three chil-
>lren anli the widow.
Mrs. Hasty left considerable of
lier proie-rty to the Old Ladies'
Hlome ,f .lacksoville. \\ith some
legacie-s to relatives. Isaac A. Stew-
art, of l)LLali, is named as execu-
t(or.


Hoard of Control.


COMPANY I LEFT TUESIAY

NNNG CAIINP YA.

Camped at Armory Monday Night
to be in Readiness for Early
Train Next Morning.
Company K, HIalifax Rifles, left
Tuesday morning as scheduled on
the early morning train, for the
annual State encampment. Capt.
A. H. Smith, regimental quarter-
master, went to Jacksonville a day
earlier to make necessary arrange-
ments in his department.
Following is the roster ofie
company:
Neville H. Clark, Captain
E. M. Rich, First Lieutenant
T. 0. Melton, Second Lieut.
L. J. Cowan, First Sergeant
Ben F. Collier, Q. M. Sergeant

John T. Dunn Roy Longe
W. E. French Gus Mansfield
( 'k Kl'iRAlS:
Fred Hawley Chas. VanDorn
Henry Polllitz
Carl Sparks Arthur Polpel
Mi Si'IANS:


Governor Gilchrist has appointed Grover Gwinner


S-( fl.-h- I hMessrs. Francis It. Fleming, Jr. of Ronald Markham, Artificer
S! t i l t '\ ". South Ile:ah Street. -.laeksoniville; P. K. Yonge, of Pen- ,(,,,,;
'. "*** ************ sacola, ;anl W. D. Fiula;son, of Old Gus Moore aeol W. Griflin caol
I' 'w, to lie members of the Board tPlv, TS
...... "4 ('Ci,"m], in chmiare of the State's all""
.A.a&IAAAA&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ******i***************** ,f r, arge of the State Clarence Bracey rvin Ballough
r ls *O 1 iitillos I of higher education, fos John Campbell Harry Chalfer
No EC 1four pIars from June S, 190.I Loren Davis Jas. Futch
SCabinet Maler. Wood WorKer. Missrs. leaning and Finlayson will Columbus Futch Lonnie Fagan
Ssureed Messrs. Bryan and Blaisden, I T. Griggs Peter Hart
4 Picture Frames, Door and Window Scretns made ito orer. i tihepresent Board. Mr. Yonge AlvAh Ifurd Guy Hlurd
SCottage Avenue, DAYTONA, L-l. will sliced liiiuself. David Harrell Daniel Knight
. ....*.*. .......**** ** ********************* Jesse Metz Will Metz Fred Rloot
.I. I'aw iliing, lat week killed Richard Middleton Leon Mavyerry
Sa large \%ilIt cat on I'ostmaster W. W. J. utishauser R Rickerts
.'i************ *** miih's Hollv 1111 place which F. Swartengreen IlM. M. Shoemaker
IR_ D TAYLOR. Electrical Contractor h. i. ti K .., : ,, ....,..


lHouse Wiring a Speciialty.
Dealer in Electrical Supplies of All "Kinls. Fixt ,ures. Slihaes,
Lamps No. S Orange avenue, 1A Y'l' NA, F IA.
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Bond Lumber Company,#
ROUGH AND DRESSED LT A I2
PINE AND CYPRESS L ) VM L)L x6

Lath, Shingmles, rioorni4g, ( qi g, Brick, Lime
and Cement in 8t.ock. ERftita- it i d svitI
1 [,1-*4- Rond M ll. Atlantic ('nast. unlnly .. Ito' I It'ls 4,4iuT I h.. -f AIt-ks,.lit I I.
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WHEN YOU ARE CONTt'lPIATING
ou !

_e'.^ getting a Galvanized Iron Tank, a "new Tin I,,l. a I i-0t Air luriia,. !
or any of the other metal necessitlies required ito 'milcte a i inode.ri
S dwelling, remember that 0

S C. NASH I SON
DAYTONA, FL-A.

e ra best prepared to give pronpt and reliabli s ervi' iat f air piric's.
General repair slip on Volusia Avenue, inext to tliI A\rmnry
-. .. i. t f t of w n w 'or k s l ,'i t e d .


Nevin McClellan


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RfE TO WATER'S E[E

ON Al IF E TURTLE.

Big Animal Seemed Perfectly
Fearless and Permitted
Handling.
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Brittle while
over on the beach Monday night
had a novel experience with a large
turtle that had come out to deposit
its eggs and was evidently deter-
mined to accomplish that object *
before returning to the briny deep.
Mr. Brittle had been using a cast
net in the surf and after catching a *
number of small fish decided to give *
it up and return home. They were .
some distance south of Halifax ave- j 0
nue and had not proceeded far on!
their return when they discovered
a big turtle crawling up the beach.
They watched her dig and prepare
her nest; saw her lay 108 eggs and
cover them over, patting the sand
down firmly with her flippers and!
all the time fearless of their presence
and permitting them, without pro-
test, to rub her head and handle her
Ilippers. Finally, when she started
back to the water, they rode to the
surf on her broad back.

Special Notice.
There is to be no preaching in
any church during the summer
months. This special notice is for
people who believe in Sunday night
preaching during these months and
to inform them that the pulpit of !
the Kingston Methodist church will i
continue operations against the 3
powers of darkness and have preach- ;
ing each Sabbath evening at 7::I0
and nrak the sermons and services,
as far as possible, evangelistic. Will
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1113 .I C I 1 C L.UCgO rJIuii'ixtl-L -1113 ii t:.i teier ksii. th L ordls people, irrespective of "
district. where it had been doing Tom Sims Frank Steer creeds and beliefs join us? The
."sl.l':ralle mischief amongst tlhe ----- -- devil is not dead nor gone on a va- -
poult ry. Summoned by Telegraph. c.ation.
-Last Saturday Mrs. George W. .. LA\x;I,,O CoiE:, Pas.tr.
1). A. R. Meeting. Blymyler received word that Mr.
'ITh local chapter ). A I held Blyniver, who had preceded her to Edward's Murderer was Locat-a
the r-,egular monthly meeting at the Chattanooga, had suffered a stroke lcnry Richards, tie murderer of
hoe of Mrs. Leon Dl)espland on of paralysis and this was followed )e,'uty heriff Edwards, was lo-
Magn.tli:i avenue, Wednesday of last by a telegram, Monday miorniig ated by illsborough county au-
week, guests of Miss Ella M. DeVoy. advising her to come at nuce as his thorities in the home of his mother
The pro,,rai:u was as follows: condition was serious. Mrs. iy- pa the last of the wek.
lea'ling, Sir Walter laleigh in myer left for Chattanga on l the h authorities surrounded the
t1le he authorities surroundtd thit
North (arlina Mrs.C. I. Itavnor. afternoon train, Monday. ue and then made their reen
-'-,us-e and then made their presene e
Anet-stral Paper Miss L. A. ('ross. known. The mother came to tile!
Anctstral 'Pper Mrs.W. H1. Ronald door with a lamp, and when she saw I
After thie |prfran and a short t' tlleoficrers she dashed the lamp to tl hei
iusiiness sessi oni lhe usn:di social 0 tll In l the melee that f, allowed
halt hor followed, during h t ich :with thier house in darkness, tihe of-
dlaintl r.efi.liients w.re served by It is an acknowledged fact thlat ;ier finally gained a entrance,
the hl ,ste.ls. Buttermilk, when proei-ly made bt found that Richards had l ,isap-
Next M nliayv heing Flag Day and served, is one of the most re- pa red. A search revealed a 1 ,6s;
'" ,freshing drinks known. WC,! ri
the ladies of the Chapter rcspect- freshig drinks known. We a board in t the ttr, and under this a
fi lv invited the Ibusiness houss, anow making it daily and serving it i tunn ullderground leading to
well as private citizens, to gener- "in individual bottles at the Fo',unti. -,,ub p;alletto near the house.
onsly display the "Stars all Stripes" T rv it todayt- *. liicthar-' s hrad esc-aped through this
In that day. iast year the request ..ANKINS, The Druggist, tiil. Now that they have l-ateI-d
was l(uit uniliversally Lobservedl andi i. his ,. herealbotuts there is little doubt
it- is loped it will be as generally A that til mteiur terer will i titime Il-
carrie, -,nt Ihis year. Where Volusia Meets Beach captured. DeLanl News.
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will deliver gasoline without

any charge for delivery at

any point in Dayte.a, Sea-

breeze, Daytona Beach, Or-

mond or Port Orange. Qual-

ity and quantity guaranteed.
Call Office Phone 128
Mills transferr '77


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MOTOR


PUMPING


OUTFITS.


Electricity will pump water

for 5 cents per 300 gallons.


Adim Schantz Electric Light Pont,


E. L. (;INN, General Manager.


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Beginning with May I

we will close our sto

at 8 p. m. Saturday

and on Thursday's

12 o'clock noon.


Respectfully,


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E. T. Conrad & Co'. old stand.
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THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS
PUBT.TRHED EVERY SATURDAY


T. IL uIiaIIRALD, dltkr


THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY
(INCORPORATED)

Entered at the Postoffice at Dayto a, Florida, as Second Clam Matter.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
One copy one year.....................
Oae copy .ix .o...... ......40
Oneeopy three months .......


SATURDAY, J


TE ITE [E SEt SM


Two of Them Seen by Egg Hunter
One Night Last Week and
One Showed Fight.
Hearing that M. O. Wehner, of
First avenue, had met with quite an
experience in the bear line while
out hunting for turtle eggs Friday
night of last week, a Gazette-News'
representative sought an interview
with Mr. Wehner and secured the
f allowing story. The interview was
conducted by means of pencil and
paper, however, as Mr. Wehner is
both deaf and dumb and the Gazette-
News man was not proficient in the
sign language.
"I started out on my bicycle at
8:30 p. m. There was a good, light
moon and on reaching the beach I
turned to the left and rode about
twenty miles north of Seabreeze. I
found two crawls and stopped to
examine them and found many eggs
on the sand that had been destroyed
by bears as there were many tracks
of the animals about the nests.
"Icontinued on in search of other
crawls, but had not gone far befoi
I countered two bears and went
quite near them. The smaller of
the bears ran away. but the big one
stood up on its hind feet and came
toward me. Having no weapon
with me I hastily retreated and es-
caped only by riding very fast on
my bicycle. The bear chased me
for more than half a mile. At Or-
mond beach I stopped to rest and
again at the toll house I stopped
and told Mr. Bailey about the bears.
I reached home at 11:30 p. m."
Mr. Wehner says some one has
been tellling a lot of stories about
his experience, some saying he was
only fooling, others accusing him of
being unnecessarily afraid of the
bears, etc., but he says it happened
just as he has stated and that he
would not have feared the bears i
he had been carrying a gun.
thinks parents should not let their
boys take chances of meeting with
bears by hunting for turtle nests in
lonely places on the beach.
Ordinarily bears are timid and
will not attack, except to defend


their young, and those encountered
by Mr. Wehner were doubtless an
old she bear and her cub.


flXTEfET IN TIER BACl

LAST SWaTUI IFITNI I


Many People Turned Out to Hunt
Child Lost on Beach Near


Nightfall.
Considerable excitement and anx-
iety was caused last Saturday after-
noon by the disappearance on the
ocean beach of the little daughter of
S Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wehner, who
were with Mr. and Mrs Earl Foster
for a day or two.
The little girl, who is less than
two years old, was left on the beach
in front of the cottage by the older
children with whom she had been
at play and it was nearly an hour
b fnra her base ce-0 t1dl


JUNE 12, 1909


C PORT ORANGE I

PORT ORANGE, June 9.-S. W. Winn
finished a fine well for Mr. Moore, las
week, at his place on Orange street.
Mr. Lyon is having a quantity of
ocean beach sand hauled oto his lot ou
Dunlawton avenue, to be used in mak-
ing cement blocks for his store.
G. L Bailey our popular F. E C
agent left Wednesday to go to Oklaho-
mo where he will spend his vacation, if
he don't stop too long in Ohio.
SD. W. Winn is busy this week drilling
a well for ex-Sheriff Turner in his grove
in Dunlawton.
A. J. Hicks, our candy maker, left on
Wednesday to spend the summer with
his nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs.
Rickerman in Detroit.
We had a very nice entertainment in
Ridgewood Hall Thursday evening of
last week, given by the blind n.uiician
Professor Clifford.
Alfred Tedder from Fort Pierce visited
his parents this week.
J F. Vass is building a addition to
his livery barn.
Walter Savage from West Jupiter is
in town dealing on old friends.
W. C. Howes returned home Tues-
day from looking after his pineapple
farm at Pompano.


SORMOND

ORMOND. June 9 -Miss Ethel Fran-
cis has gone to Dayton, Ohio, to spend
the summer.
Mrs. Mabel Barker has gone to Can-
dia, N. H., to spend the summer with
6er parents.
Mrs. G. B. Waldron returned from
New River on Saturday morning last
The Rev. G, B. Waldro is expected
this week from his eter dp4 tirp in the
west.
Miss Mary Simeral returned from Rol-
lins College this week, to spend her va-
cation with her mother, our genial post-
mistress,
Miss Alice MeNary will accompany
her brother, Bert MeNary, north.
leaving on Saturday, to be gone all
sumqer. Bert MeNary but recently
retu ed from California.
Jhas Meary has gone to DeLand.
ving been drawn on the jury.
Hon. Macon Thornton. our highly
esteemed Representative, returned from
Tallahassee, Tuesday, where he has been
strenuously at work the past two
months, making State laws.
We understand some of our blind ti-
gers have been raded, and if the truth is
told, someone will have to go to the
county seat to tell why they are so per-
verse in breaking the State laws. Let
the good work go on.
G. A. Carlton went to Mound
Grove this week te build a- new launch
for L. B. Knox.
Mrs. Bacon, of No 9, is spending a few
days with Miss Ella Foulk on Palmetto
street.


HOLLY HILL


HOLLY HILL, June 9.-Mia Susie
Byne, of Miami, after a brief visit with
her brother, is staying with the Misses
Quattlebaum.
Mr. and Mrs. Minton and family'from
Hastings arrived on Monday and are
occupying the house they recently pur-
chased from Mrs. Howard.
Mrs S. Maley ad Mrs. Geo. P.
Smith spent Thursday last with Mrs. A.
H Carter.
Mrs. laughter and childrm from
Pompano, are visiting friends in Holly
Hill.
Dr. Wallace of Ormond wa in town
on Wednesday.
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dent; M. L. Waggoner, vice president;
Jerome Wetherby, secretary, and E. F
Britton, treasurer. A business meeting
will be held at The Glenwood, Thursday
evening. The initiation for membership
ia $1.00. Monthly dues 25 cents. A
cordial invitation is extended to all who
are interested in the development of
Seabreeze.
Max Wetherby is home from the St
Augustine School for Deaf and Blind
Mgx is a bright boy and reflects great
credit on Ihe excellent training giveni
the amlioted children at our Slat.
school.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wells and Mr. anci
Mrs. P. A. Rivenburgleft left last 'Thur.-
day for Scranton, Pa., where they will
visit until fall.
Jerome Wetnerby is doing interior
painting on Mrs. Baldwin's cottage on
Valley street.
Mr. and Mrs. Tomn Daugherty are
looking forward to 4 visit from Mrs
Daugherty's aunts. the Misses Robinson


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ore r nLm u Was .o u aNext uuay will be the Umildren s O 8"ford. I alana, .r amd M rs. L. D. Kapp ana
Seatch was at once instituted in day celebration in our Sunday school. Mrs. W, H. Italerson has gone to .lMr. and )1,s J'4ul W. Keeley of San-
the scrub palmetto about the house, An old and valuable dog belonging to Bunaell to visit her mother. ford.
as she was not in sight on the beach, T. Cave, Sr., died last week. He was Lyman Bettisworth, who um4de his Im l. dd F. Brisdha came over from
but the baby could not be found. an "imal of unusual sagaity, and was home here with hisi aunt, Mrs. Deitz, by he r daughter sd nd granddaughter.
as trusltwUrthy as a nurse with the little r awhile, and who now living in daughter nd rddauter.
A na ..afL .,n...n ,m a n nut_ __-,-a... .__ ... .. .. .


MRS. H LA. BE1

SEABREEZE, June 9.-Seabreeze
council met in regular session Monday
night, all the members present Three
bids were made for grading Ora street;
that of A. S. Randall was accepted as
lowest bid. The marshal was instructed '
to clean up the new streets of weeds. and
grass where needed; also to shell Uni-
versity avenue from Granview to beach.
The clerk was instructed to communi-
cate with Mr. 8. H. Gove in relation to
the approach of North Bridge, which is
caving and needs new piling. The reg-
ular monthly budget of bills were al-
lowed.
Mayor Swift and wife are enjoying a
visit from Mrs. Swift's mother, Mrs E
N. Baldwin, of Shelton, Conn.
A I. Miller leaves this week for Old
Orchard, Me. Mrs. Miller and little son,
Shirley, will spend the summer with rel-
atives in Lynchburg, Va., after a short
visit at Eustis.
Mrs Boyd and daughter, Miss Boyd,
will visit Ormond this week, guests of
Mrs. Carrie F. Pitt
Mrs. Everndon and daughter, Miss
Everndon, returned from Winter Park
last week, where the latter took part as
graduate in the commencement at Rol-
lens College. The students and visitors
speak in the highest terms of the won-
derful improvement in the completion
of the new Carnagie library and Chase
Hall. on the campus, also of Dr. Black-
man, the president, as having -achieved
great success in carrying forward the
college work financially and otherwise.
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Gilmore and son,
Roger, returned Saturday from Seville
where they enjoyed a pleasant visit to
their old home city, and were surfeited
by friends on peaches, melons and yel-
low-legged chickens.
Rev. C. C. Gillette will supply the
First Methodist Church for Sunday
day morning service during the absence
of D. H. Rutter, pastor in charge. In
Mr. Gillette the congregation have se-
cured a very earnest and capable spirit-
ual adviser.
Mrs. Bianchi has just received a letter
from Mrs. Erregger containing tihe
pleasant news of a safe trip home, and
Mr. Erregger somewhat improved since
the start to Brooklyn.
Miss L Ott is spending the summer
with Mrs. Powers at the Princess Issena.
An enjoyable song service was held
Sunday afternoon at 4:00 at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Poor on Pinewood
avenue. Reverends Shultz, Abercroni-
bie. Bane and Gillette took part.
H. C. Buckland and wife lett De Leon
Springs for Jacksonville. Mrs. W. A.
Bagget lef4t bom Tuesday on the morn-
ing north-bound to jonq them from
which place they go to Atlant:i and
other points in Georgia, where M rs.
Baggett spends the summer. After :4
short visit in the Cracker State, Mr. and
Mrs. Buckland continue their journey
to Pennsylvania.
Among other candidates for admission
in the Baptist Chlurch at Daytona Sun-
day evening, the ordinance of baptism
was administered to Mr. and Mrs. H. ti
Wilson and Mrs. Carl Gillgrtte of Sea-
breese.
Hans i .vernden is supplying at the F
E C. railway depot as telegraph ope-
rator, while B. F. Lee and family are
taking a two weeks vacation with rela-
tives at Livingstone Ala Hans doesn't
mind as it gives him an opportunity to
.be at home.
The Booster Club held an initial meet-
ing for the purpose of reorganization last
week, when the following named officers
were elected: A. N. Flemming, presi-


IiyUHN DCI. | JAIL tWAS SMi.
RNARD, Editor.
....** .....------- ....ee.s County Commissioers Transact
DAYTONA BEACH, June9.--Chil- Coasiderale Business of
dren's Day was observed at the Sea-
breeze avenue M. E. Church Sunday Imprtane.
evening. The church was prettily deco- Considerable road work is being
rated, and a large congregation enjoyed done by the Board of County Coin-
the program, which consisted of songs rs a r g to r rs s-
and recitations well carried out by the according to reports su
school under the direction of Mrs. L. Z. mitted at the regular monthly meet-
Burdick, Sunday School teacher. Rev. ing held at DeLand Monday evening
Barze opened with prayer and brief ex- and Tuesday morning.
planation of intent of service, after Commissioner Brooke has had
which the following program wa- re- the county prisoners at work on the
dered: Duet, violin and piano, Mr prsoneratoron
Budgen and Mrs. Burdick; recitation, read near the ferry over the St
Marguerie Aman; recitation, primary Johns river, and has made repairs
class; song, Leota Coburn; recitation, on the Osteen-New Smyrna and
Alice Strathers; song, Catherine Jones; Ostee-Enterprise roads. Commis-
recitation, Allston Dryer; song, cla m .
three; song, Gladys Wannicott; recita- soner Fisher has been pairing
lion Maud Mallery; girls' class drill; roads in his district. Commissioner
song. Good Night." Cade has built a long bridge over
The Epworth League held a business the canal at Pierson and has made
and social meeting at the parsonage repairs on the Barberville-Daytona,
Mounlay evening. The following named lake Dias-Tedder, and Emporia-El-
new members were received: Rolla ., ,, rI
Maylor, Alfi d Strathers, Mildred Odum bridge roads Commissioner Brad-
and Terrence Jetton. Light refreh- shaw has repaired the Tomoka
nients were served, and a pleasant even- bridge. The board voted to give
ing enjoyed. him the use of the prisoners a he
J. S. Fagan and family, of Gainesville. now has them at work on tl east.
have taken Pleasantview cottage for the end of tie Daytona-DeLq road.
month of June and are expected to ar- ,, 4
rive this week.Commissioner Owen has been
idle in his district but has been
Mrs. J. R. Martin and children r idle hs di t but ha been
rived from Ocala Tuesday afternoon and shelling and repairing the Oak Hill-
will make a week's visit with her sister, New Smyrna road and is building a
Mrs. J. F. Williamsoon n Seabreeze av- bridge at the head of Indian river.
enue. No action was taken on the rates
Miss Ruth Coates gave an at hore of toll over the bridges spanning
tea Monday afternoon in compliment tohe Halifa as it is understood the
Miss Lee Bowers. Tea was served in
the cosy corner on the front porch, and bridge companies are working on a
tie afternoon delightfully spent. The plan and will present a proposition
following named guests were present to me all tickets interchangable.
Mrs. Stickler, and the Misses Bowers, 4 contract was executed between
Stewart, young, Wilcox, Crooan, the commissioner and the oast
King and Wapnicott. e C"l and n rtat Co,
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Thrasher and Miss e oan a~ Transportation Co,
May Thrasher, of Sanford, were guests the company paying one-half the
at the Seaside Inn the latter part of cost of the bridge over the canal and
last week. the commissioners agreeing to main-
F. W Knight has sold his Valley tain it.
street home to Mrs. A. D. Dodge of St. The bonds of G. A. Gontz and B.
Sinoinds Island, Ga, and will move B. Bagge as lieuenans of infan-
solmnetimie t.lq week to his truck farm at B. Baggett as lieutenants of inan-
Kingston. It is understood that Mrs. try were approved.
Dodge has no intention of making a Spencer B. Green was granted the
horne here. privilege to place mile boards along
Mr. and Mrs. Neilas Neeley. of Eustis, the public roads from Daytona to:
will arrive today on a visit to Mr. and DeLand, from Daytona to St. Augus-
Mrs lardman on Seabreeze avenue. .. I
rs Ham on S e a e tLine as far as County line, from New
They have started on their summer va.
cation enroute to the Georgia ills. Smyrna south to County line. Said
E. C. Hibbard, while at work on the boards to be made of galvanized
Howard new building Friday was taken iron 12x20 inches and placed on
ill with violent nose bleeding, so that hard pine posts, said posts
his life was almost despaired of Friday to be painted two coats of white
night for a time. However, he is better lead and oil and shall be laced
4t this writing, and hopes to be around ., .
snor. He ij under Dr. Roger's care. along line of said roads within ;o
Mrs. E. Pratt was visiting at Pine- days and shall be 14 feet from cen-
hurst Sunday. tre of road bed.
Prof. Selden arrived home from Plant A petition akingj th4a a public
City Saturday. road between New Styrna qnd East
Mr. and Mrs. D. Wells of Jacksonville Coast Ferry and Osteen was filed
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Fuquay. and F. W. Sams, J. P. Ditson and
on Live Oak avenue. t a
on Live Oali avente. John Saula were appointed a com-
Albcrt N Dobbins left for New York ittee t ark and vie the pro-
to take 4 course at the National Acade- i .. ... .
toy of Design. posed road, which will run through
Several whiskey cases in court De- the Howe and Currie tract.
Land, this week, almost depleted the It was resolved to bpild a new
village of men on Tuesday, in fact there jail and sheriff's residence but deli-
was not a baker's half-dozen left when nite action was deferred.
tlie last auto car pulled out.


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)r. and Mrs. Hutchinson are spend-
ing the week at Blarney Castle on the
beach. enroute north from a winter
spent ia Southern Florida.
Chet Odum has brought several loads
of coquina down from the quarry and
proposes to build a basement to his
home on Earl street.
Mrs. T. W. Stands and two children
of taine.sville and Mrs. W. B. Coarser
and daughter, Miss Mattie Coarser, of
rampa, have taken the Harvey beach
cottage for the season. Mesdames
Shalnds and Coarser are sisters. Mrs.
Hands was here last summer and our
good people are pleased to have her re-
turn.
Mrs. Geo. Wright and Mrs. J White-
'louse of Lakeland. Miss A:ice Patton of
KIcntuckv, L. B. Ralph and wife of San-
:<,rd, and P. M Keeley and wife are re-
.-ent arrivals at the Seaside Inn.
('apt 1f. Y. Snow is at the Daytona
Beach Hotel on his annual pilgrimage to
th, beach. Mrs. Kennerly and two
daughters, Capt. Snow's neice and grand
neices, arrived Monday from Palatka to
join the Captain. Other arrivals at
Daytona Beach Hotel are T. P. Drake of
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Tax Sale Monday.
'Ihe sale of property for delin-
quent State and County taxes for
1908 was conducted by Tax Collector
D. P. Smith, at DeLand, Monday.
About half the property advertised
in he Gazette-News was redeemed
before the day of the sale. Some-'
thing over 400 pieces of property
were bought by individuals, while
the balance was sold to the State.


CURE YOUR KIDNEYS.
N Need to Take Ay Further Risks.
Why will people continue to suffer the
agonies of kidney complaint, backahl-e.
urinary disorders, lameness, headaches.
anguor, why allow themselves to he-
i~re -.hrlqnc (vq.lids, whep a -ertain
cure is offered themes
Doan Kidney Pills is the remedy to
use, because it gives to the kidneys tile
help they need to perform their work.
If you have any, even one, of their
synmptous of kildney diseases, ,-ure your-
self now before diabetes, dropsy ,or
Brigbts' diQease sekt iq. (Cq !tayvona
fetldots ea4 d more convincing ,proof
thutn ihe !fojowjpg:
Mr. Anna Danele|, N;th rt.. Pr tka.
Fla., ays: "'I suffed sverely frown
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*Watc ad jewelry left with Henry Gardner went to Mimi
Gem. Clark for repairs are always Thursday.


prompdtl and .atisfacorily done.


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teiimplie hi .vuTeme. Pries
-|tment right Betacme

^ H- Rows & Co, The Jewelers.
t eD.A.R.'swiUjuaiM ic at the
ech Flag Day. June 1.
PMesrri-l departed for Port-
1sd ,]Kaine, last week, to spend the


E. P. Paetti, of St. Augetie, is
.ia charge of Mills' barber shop,
dAring the absence of Mr. Mils.
Boy A. Barnes retri last week
fitm RolHlin Ollege, Winter Park,
and will have a position ian8B.
flo~a onie.


ke Wilder is aia Slling his
l t' at the F. E C. Ry.depot,
d having returned from Ci'rinrwati
Slast Saturday.
SMiss T. A. Rusell, proprietor of
Sthe ladies' Fmrishing Store, left
Thursday on her return to her home
StSyriacaue, N. Y.
Siss May Mabbette did not go to
mosee last Saturday, but left for
plaoe Monday, to visit with an
several weeks,


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'Automobile tires and inner tubes
U-uisued at Oliver's garage
W. G. Hobbs is busy with some
rk on his residence on Third
mum
Miss Eva Jackson was in DeLand
eral days this week, taking the
choee' examination.
Attorney F. W. Pope, Jr., was a
Land visitor Monday, making the
p in his automobile.
The city tax books close July first
* 3. *3


Hewett EAnnndawn was a DeLand
visitor Thursday.
Mrs. John Messing and children
were Ormond visitors from this city
Thursday.
Attorney E. F.Oates was in Jack-
sonville from Thursday until yester-
day on legal business.
J. B. Garrison and family have
removed from north Beach street to
S. Niver's house on Ivy Lane.
SMiss Clara Wilkinson left yester-
day for New. York in company with
the Misses Higbee and Garland.


and taxes must be paid by that time Mrs. Arthur Poppel went to Se-
to avoid additional cost. bastian, Monday afternoon, to visit
J. L. Lynch and daughters, of while Mr. Poppell is at encampment
Fairview avenue, went to Winter with Company K.
Park Tuesday for a few weeks' visit. Capt. J. S. Herbert, who had been
Dr. C. W. Chowning, who has visiting for several days with his
been ill for the past week or more daughter at Kingston, returned to
at has home on Volusia avenue, is DeLand, Tuesday.


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N.' .ernso
i4Wijth i~s el Wedneo s
G i |ar aw or, here




i: ke' t ilt for am Mg of th


of be in the r-M risty
tp(-h =moldem of elft ofb-ut
a rdware cOpwpay.
card reeeivedb y the Riagha o
&J aieyCo, lat"we from J. W.
| Botl, stated tht he had reached
Sa deia m tion, Eastoe,' Pa, all
Srsight withhs collention of *lligators
*PI"ak' Chill Tonil for Malaria
rhha, fever, odd = lagrippe 25&
:garanteed. Al druggistL. 2-ly
C. A. Gould and family, at one
time residents of Holly Hill, but far
several years past located at Hobe
Sonad, arrived in the city from
SPalo Beeh last week and will oc-
enupy a cottage on Bellview avenue.
*Youg's bPharmacy for Cioba.


S iss Margaret Fuller, a teacher
is the Daytona High School the pat
writer, w to DeLnd Moday to

mgp I 4L IWe Fuller will leave
Stoyfor York, earoute to her
OmoP at Cevoand, Ohio.


r. liogto, dentist, west en
Bridge, Peck block, phone 3


14


Theocean beach has been a lively
I~p almost every evening this
ith. Residents of Daytona, Spa-
ipe a d Paytona Bpaph have
UioIt aoo, aa bicycles and in
nilmes in quest of turtle &tta.
trtle "mason" will close about
bwat of July.


i Dunn Brothers will
ay to their customers Mon-
: Tweday and Wednesday of
wpk 600 pieces of white En-
4ware, Granite wars Tin ware
ilvaniaed ware. Their show
cwj display isa sight.


ers an4d guets of Abigail
plodaws Ojhaptar, Daughters of
jtec a- Rsav'btinw, are re-
to meetat 3:30 p. m., n-
wnei 14th, at the "StiUman
" on t beach. There will
Sir.A.m appropriate. for the
a piOnW supper.,
4ge^ii "iwiUrlre c any
OiUlls sad Fever. Price 5c.
A* aD


I* reeosiyd hat week by
J Gumoa of sdoeet
t, oovy Wormaton of




4-ow
brispl. Mon& -hu.te in thei


proving. Mrs H. Abbott returned Mon-
Miss Julia Holt McCorkle went to day from attendance at the Rollins
eksonville last Saturday to visit college commencement exercises and
r sister, Mrs. G. E. Sullivan for a visit at Orlando.
. .


wo wees or more. J. L. Morrison and family re-
*Lost-Envelope containing sev- moved to Orange Heights, Ocala,
eral kodak films. Finder please Thursday, where Mr. Morrison has
leave at Gazette-News office, secured employment. "
W. J. Behel arrived last Satur-, G. W. Balch and family are oc-
day from Masontown, Pa., for an in- cupying W. W. Abercrombie's house
definite sty with his family at his on Ivy Lane, having removed from
home on Seeond avenue. Cedar street this week.
*Box paper and writing tablets Miss Mayme Glenn is spending a
at r g's Pharmacy. month on the beach with her sister,
ree delivery of m willbe es- Mrs. S. Shoemaker, and family as a
farewell before their removal to
listed in DeLand on July 15.oe
e will be appointed two regu-
lar barriers and one substitute. Mis May Allen, who has been at-
*Rxall Cedar Flakes, moth pro- tending the Florida College for Wo-
V ate. .For se t Young,'s men at Tallahassee. arrived from
Phrmulay, that city Sunday. to spend the sum-
.r..N..Amnier at Daytona. ,


Ms, F. M. Uavidson and Mrs. W.
S. Rodgers expect to leave Monday
to join Mrs. C. M. Brewer and chil-
dren near Hendersonville, N. C.
*Dunn Brothers have over 600
nmamiamm in their alho w indawa to


Hans Evernden, of Seabreeze, is
filling the position of telegraph ope-
rator at the F. E. C. Ry. depot while
B. F. Lee is off on a vacation with
his family at Livingston, Ala.


man
A. ES IATTI A DA I LT



Stricken While Apparently in
Good Health He Expires In


Short Time.
Francis G. Goddard died -sd-
denly at his Daytona Beach home
Wednesday afternoon at about 5:00
o'clock, aged 72 years.
The funeral will occur this after-
noon at the residence, Rev. Dr. B.
F. Marsh officiating, and t inter-
ment will be at Pinewood metery.
Mr. and Mrs. Goddard ve been
residents of Daytona Bth for some
seven or eight years,a ng from
St. ouis, Mo., wh y have a
daughter, Mrs. Mury, who will
probably arrive for the funeral.
Mr. Goddard was for many years
connected with one of the large ex-
plosive manufactories of the coun-
try and had travelled extensively in
their interests.
/
Chas. V. Gailer was a Titusville
visitor on Thursday, returning yes-
terday.
Dr. H. K. DuBois, of Port Orange,
was a Daytona visitor yesterday
afternoon.
S. W. O'Brien is in receipt of a
card from L H. Rowe statig that
their party had reached Philadelphia
safely.
Next Sunday is Children's Day
and it will be celebrated with chil-
dren services at the Congregational
Church.
Mrs. W. H Byne and Mrs. B.
Mason returned Monday from Haw
Creek, where they had visited over
Sunday with the latter's brother.


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pVm -Mm *- ww tt-*-. s.ilton o T T 11 L U I L /
^_ an J. P. Campbell, who has been in
be GIVEN AWAY Monday, Tues- .. .. .,
be GIVEN AWAY Monday, .Tues- the city with his family for several
day and Wednesday of next week. wee wnt u to Jaconll
weeks, went up to Jacksonville
Jake Rynberg, who has been at Thursday, expecting to join his
his Kingston place during the win- fam)y here again in a few days.
tar as usual, left Tuesday morning Jackson and d'
S., ,. Mrs. Wm. Jackson and daughters, I
on his return to Grand Rapids, Mich/, M. as,. a aughn
the Misses Eva, Madalene and Ia-
lCollars 2 cents, all style of shirts belle, and her sister, Miss Ethel Ma-
10 cents, with work left and called ,
for at Daytona Steam Laundry. tf ley, expect to leave next Monday for
flendersonville, N. C., for the sam-
Miss 0. R. Garland and Miss mer.
Hattie Higbee, who have been in J. M. o Great Senior Sg-
SJ. M. Pounds, Great Senior Saga-
the city for the past two weeks or'
the city for the past two weeks r more of the Great Council of Florida
more, departed yesterday ou their Imp. Order Red Men, was in the
return to New York. the city from Palatka several days
*Phone 28 will call for your clean- this week looking up insurance bus-
in nd pressing O. S. Bnrnett.tf inesa.
Miss Jennie Morrell, one of the H. Eugene Johnson was called
Mcers of the Daytona High to DeLand, Thursday, as a witness
School, departed Thursday after- in the case of the colored boy
noon, for the summer, going first to charged with stealing a bicycle in
Atlanta, Ga., for a visit in that city. that city and offering it fo sae here.
A. Staples, of the firm of Staples Mr. Johnson made the trip on his
& Cutten, completed the work on wheel.
which he was engaged for Mr. D. D. Hogers, senior member of
lacon at Number Nine, last week, the firm of D. D. & C. M. Rogers,
where he has been installing baths, civil engineers, has been engaged
lavatories, etc. this week with a force of men in
'S or 6 doses "666" will cure any running the fence lines of the W. B.
case of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. Taylor tract of land at Holly Hill,
45-3mos which Thomas Wetherell is fencing
for the owners.
Henry Van Dorn and family re- r the owners.
turned to Miami Saturday night. Clark G. Smith, of Daytona Beach,
Mr. Van Dorn hopes to complete his was a witness before the Criminal
work on the Keys within the next Court of Record at DeLand this
three or four weeks and come back week, as he was also at the term of
to Daytona with his family. court last month, not being fined
Celeste 2.50 at that time for assault and
Miss Lee B. Bowers, Mrs. Celeste!
Hinks' daughter, left Wednesday battery as was incorrectly stted i
for Asheville, N. C., as a delegate to several of the cou.j pWp
the Young Women's Christian As- Mr. and Mr. W. H. Gardiner and
sociation meeting. From Asheville daughter, Miss Ethel, departed
Miss Bowers will go to Henderson- Thursday afternoon for the summer,
Talle for a short stay and then to going first to Detroit for a week or
SBrevard for a two months' visit ten days and then to Mackinac
with a cousin. Island. They had delayed their de-
/ parture until Mr. Gardiner elte well
f Notice. enough to travel.


There will be a $ 150 excursion
o Jacksonvile next Thursday on
he regular morning train, tickets
good to return at 4:00 p. m. the
following day.
E. S. Hall is overhauling the
"Brooklyn" for her owner, J. H. Ba-
ker, owner of Saratoga Inn, put-
Ling on a fine new cabin and install-
ing a 12 h. p. Standard engine.
Will Smith died at Midway,
Thursday, and Frank Howard at
Waycross, yesterday morning. Both
were colored and the last named
was an old, well known resident.


Mrs. F. J. Longdon and Francis
arrived from DeLand yesterday af-
ternoon for a two weeks' visit with
Mrs. Longdon's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Ruger, at Daytona Beach.
H. Y. Thompson is keeping up
with the progress procession by ad-
ding a bay window and making
other improvements to his residence
on the corner of Ridgewood and
Magnolia.


Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Pierson expect
to leave this afternoon for a summer
vacation. They will first go to De-
trait where they will buy a Cadillac
roadster. From Detroit they will
tour through the East.
W. G. DeGarmo was in the city,
from Miami, from Monday until
Thursday and the School Board was
in session with him several times,
going over the plans, specifications,
etc., of the new school building,
which have now been definitely ac-
cepted and it is hoped by the Board
that they will be able to advertise
for bids upon the bonds within the
next two weeks.
Waterworks matters are moving
along satisfactorily. Five more cars
of pipe, the last of the shipment, ar-
rived early in the week. The pipe
has been laid on Bay street and
Third avenue from Ridgewood to
Beach street, and well toward Fair-
view avemne on Beach street Two
of the four piers for the foundation
- I *1 _- __ A_ L L L _


ol the storage tanks nave been com-
pleted and work is in progress on


Dr. D. D. Beekman, formerly Mrs. C. A. Elenwood's pony be- the others. The Waterworks Board
practicing dentistry in Daytona, came frightened last Saturday after- are already receivig applications
having removed from the State, Dr. ternoon by the breaking of a shaft, fr waterfrom citizens for use in
C. DpWarren Ake, of Washington, just as she was driving from the their redenc.
D. C., will continue the practice, as- yard on Volusia avenue, and dashed .........
suming charge of the office in Day- into a tree on the opposite side of l
tona about June 25th. 3-3t the street, in front of hu Hwaid. Legal Notices a
Mrs. lleawood held pluckily to the _- -_-- --_"--
Excursion From O land. lines and stopped the pony, receiv- ,Firs pub. June 1:; last pub, JUly
a :l- 1.- *.. n mA ha. ... ..


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rkldns a" Solictwor Fish
m Office This Week.
baks. akme s aa.M
vbreaers Take Notice little moe, -aS e-W


The regular term of the Criminal
Court convened at DeLand Tuesdar
morning and adjourned Thursda)
evening. Judge Perkins and Solici-
tor Fish assumed office with the
opening of the term and both have
received many congratulations upon
the conductor the court. The docket
whs exceptionally heavy and Solicitor
Fish is receiving additional congrat
ulations upon the fact that there was
not a single acquittal to any of the
informations by him filed.
The cases before the court were
as follows:
C. E. Johnston, aggravated as-
sault; continued on account of the
disqualification of Judge Perkins.
James Peeples, petty larceny; con-
tinued because of the disqualifica-
tion of Judge Perkins.
Joseph Patrick, assault and bat-
tery; continued because of the dis-
qualification of Judge Perkins.
Archie Walker, illegal sale of
hquor;. continued because of the
disqualification of Judge Perkins.
James Hampton and Phoebe
Odum, lewd and lascivious cohabi-
tation; continued because of the
disqualification of Judge Perkins.
Willie Lee, perjury; continued
on account of the disqualification of
Judge Perkins.
W. E. Pollock, grand embezzle-
ment; continued because of the dis-
qualification of Judge Perkins.
S. E. Morris, illegal sale of liquor;
four months on the road.
David Petty, trespass; Go days.
Mose Robinson, aggravated as-
sault; $10 or 40 days.
Charlie Rowe, trespass; 10 days.
Reason Clifton, publicly using ob-
scene language; $5 and costs.
Reason Clifton, assault and bat-
tery; $2.50 and costs.
Lawrence Williams, assault wiih
intent to murder; continued for the
term as the wounded man may die.
Frank Anderson, trespass after
warning; $10 and costs.
Eugene Branch, mutilating log-
.gerhead turtle; $5 and costs.


J. Scriven, grand larceny;
years in the penitentiary.


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Charlie Price, assault and battery;
$1 and costs.
Charles Lockhart, petty larceny;
six months on the road.
Holland Bernard, illegal sale of
liquor; two months on the road.
Fred Lyons, assault and battery;
$10 and costs.
SOllie Cowart, assault and battery;
$5 and costs.
Shadwick James, illegal sale of
liquor; four months on the road.
Martin Butler, illegal sale of
liquor; nolle proseque.
Adolphus Brown, assault and bat-
ter; 90 days.
Harry Jenkins, assault and bat-
tery; $5 and costs.
J. Genas, carrying pistol without
a license; $5 and costs.
Chas. Berlin, carrying concealed
weapons; nolle proseque.
Derrick Bellamy, assault; $15
and must leave the community.
This was a ease where a DeLand ne-
gro was charged with winking at
a white woman.
Sam Krittler, grand larceny; two
years in the penitentiary. Krittler
tried to sell a stolen bicycle to Eu-
gene Johnson of this city.
Fred Lane, assault with intent to
rape; continued for the term.
James Henderson, petty larceny;
six months on the road.
James Cunuingham, trespass af-
ter warning; 90 da-s on the road.


Daytona Ball Team to Ma .


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There was no ball game this week,
but a practice game was played.
Next Thursday, however, a game is
scheduled with the Sanford team
and this should prove a good game
and draw a large crowd of specta-!
tors.
June 30 the Daytona team will got
to Orlando, where they will play the
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Fitzgerald & Oates
Attorneys at Law
Special Attention to irnamining and
Perfecting Land Titles.
Conrad Block, DAYTONA, FLA.
C-rv D. LAdls Bert Fish
LANDIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
Practicing in all State and Federal
Courts. Civil or Criminal business giv-
en careful attention. Special facilities
for nvestlgaing and perfecting titles.
Land, Florida.

TITLES INSURED
Volusia County Abstract, Investment
and Title Insurance Company.
Abstracts furnished and titles perfect-
ed. Map, Pilats and Bipe Prints sup-
plied Bert Fsh,Pres; Carey D. Lands,
ec andTreas. Opposite Volusia Co.
Bank, DeLand. Fla.

D. D. & C. M. ROGERS
Civil Engineers
Ol DAYTONA and
Offices MIAMI, FLA.
Daytona Office Established 1875


E. L. b~~IWART
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 9 p. m.

G. A. KLOCK
Physician and Surgeori
Special attention given to Dimeases of
the Eye and Fitting of Glasses. Ofie
over Globe clothing store. OfiMee hoars
7 to a ni to3-08 p.m.,7 to 8:.p. m.
DAYTONA. FLA.
M. JOSIE ROGERS, M. D.
H omeopathic Physician
No. 453 North Beach Street.
Office Hours, 12:30 to 2:30 and 6:00
to 7:30.
STelephone No. 122.

ROY HlOWE. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office and residence: 123 So. Ridge-
wood Avenue, opp Ridgewoo4 Ho-
tel. Phone 175. Office hours- 9 to
11 a.m., 2 to 4 and 6:30 to p.nm.


S. L GOVE Daytona Private Ilos-
Arhit t B ipital and Sanitariu
Architect Builder and Everyftacllityfor the proper treatment
Conrac r and care of medical and surgical cass.
ontracor lecical applances. trained nurses.
quiet surroundings. Speelal attention
Residence and office, northeast cor-gitven to all patients. Terms on appi-
ner Ridgewood and VoluDas ve. cation. No. 4 eS. Beach st.. K Daytona.
nor Ridgewood ad Volu ^ |.J Dr. G. A. KLOCK
Phone 89. Daytona, Fla. i Physician n Charge.


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Dayteam's lacsmper Me Ocean Beach.
One of Daytona p crowning glories is
her incomparable beach. No one who
ever set foot upon its smooth, packed
sands; no one who ever pedaled a bi-!
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever
drove a prancing pair of horses a id I st-
ened to the'popping of their steel shoes:
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one
who ever steered a high-power automo I
bile down the broad stretch of wave-
washed and surf-packed sand but real-
ized that it is a world-beater, a world-
wonder. (o stand upon this wicie
speedway and see the happy souls flit
lby in joyous mood, and answer whether I
this is not one of the seven modern
wonders.
The Placid. Plucid Halifax River.
Where think you is water with more
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a:
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta-
tion, artistic cottages -with roomy ve-
randa's looking out upon her bosom,
gamey food fishes in countless numbers
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
which sit about as if for the sport of
Ibobbing upon her waves; watch that
lubberly old white headed pelican poneh
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk stt.g-
gling upward with his floundering load
lie snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick and
span, their hampers and lockers bulging
with refreshments both solid an I liquid.
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful
surface Take out, your field glass and
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to
Ponce Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
the modern wonders.
The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridgewood.
Itidgewood avenue is upon the crest of
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
and the wide-spreading branches of the
heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their
giant arms across this magnificent vista,
forming an arch, and from these extend-
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
fan them. Looking straight ahead down
this white shell street one has the im-
pression of a fairy path with elfiFh dra-
peries, but as you move along and cast
an eye first to the right and then to the
left you see distinguished cottage homes
in the most delightful settings.
Surpassing Beauty ot Our Cottage Homes.
No one of Daytona s attractions, per-
haps commands more nearly universal
attention and praise than does the artis-
tic cottage.. The owners of these charm-
ing villas hail from every corner of the
country and they bring their own archi-
tectural plans and build upon them,and
as the architecture of one section of the
country differs from the architecture of
another so do our homes differ in out-
ward appearance and structural beauty
from one another. There are no monoto-
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings
hbt the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps
t4e mind wondering "What next?"
%Streets and Pavements the Most and Best.
VlWhy the Architect of the Wniverse
i(ose to give to Daytona the most ad-
iirnalle, the most picturesque natural
getting of all thl cities of the South is
rnot revealed but that such is a fact
must le apparent to the most superficial
observer. With such lavish wealth of
natural lWnauty it became an easy thing
for the hand of man to give the little
finishing touches which have brought
out the colors and outlines of the big
picture.
M;an did all this in the laying out of
the streets with their wide margins of
package, the entire city becomes a
great )park
And as for pavements, pavements
that look and act like granite,-where
elae Ibetween the eastern and western
seas are so many miles in proportion to
inhabitants? Till some unheard-of
place reports more and better, Daytona
throws down the gauntlet to the world.
Squirrels, Flowers. Birds and Fruits.


Whatever one's shortcomings and
however indifferent or eve callous one
may he to many things, the mere men-
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds and
fruits" Aill send a thrill that is reflected
in distended pupils and pricked cars.
For every visitor with a spare "goo-
Ier" there is a bunny ready to come out
and accept your gift. He will sit bolt
upright and gnaw into the meat. casting
furtive. sauey glances at you meanwhile.
Flowers! Usually fresh and blooming
the year 'round. In one yard roses of
variagatd lines predominate, another
has a penchant for the poinsettia and
the premises are aflame; another is hid-
d,'n in a jungle of tall cane.
The birds flit in, and with their joyous
notes help to give fullness and symme-
try to the picture.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, Day-
tona yields the palm to none for quality
and quantity per acre. There are scores
- of citrus groves in proximity to the city,
branches bending to the earth with their
hurdens of luscious golden globes.
The Fastest Autos And The Finest Out.
IHere is where world's records for speed
are broken with every recurring season.
Autos the biggest, the fastest and the


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l ,Th. en ertal Iture of the business to be
I rnntratis.ctard by the said eorporatiou Is as
follows: to buy.. ell, exchange, lease, ac
Squire and deal in land and real estateof all
kinds whatsoever ahd wherever situated;
to buy..ll, exchange; se and deal li
HONORABLE JAMES W. PERKINS real estate of all kinds whatsoever ua oRn-
HONORABLE JAMES W. PERKINSssonasgent. To a
In the fire, marine, health. aeejde+nt, IU9
any other kind of insurance whatsoevtr as
Who This Week Assumed His New Duties as Judge of the a generator resident agent, or ~ oth. To
receivee proposal and to mnake contract
Crim l Court of Record. for insurance on behalf of the insurance
Criminal Court o ecor companies b whom the saMid eoreatom
unay be appointed as resident or general
-agent, and do al things necessary ad re-
Hard on the Meenger. ave one to Dend. ulred to be done by the general or resident
Hard on the Messenger. Have Gone to DeLand. agent of an insurance company or coa-
Tommy had been spanked lby Miss pa "es. Tolnsurethe title of real estate
Makers, his first grd tchr but )ave Petty. a colore. citizenn t f And totssue policies under the seal of the
Manners, his first grade Iac-thr.,c but corporation and secured by the assets of
his next te.aher had not reached ihe Midway, lived up to his cognomen i the corporatloninsuring the titles of any
I real estate in the State of Florid and to
point where she felt she could do jus- last week an- was haled before charge a remum for the Issuing of s
twice to him In spite of all his naughti- pi olcy or policiesand to collectand receive
ness .Justice Titus -Saturday morning on the same and carrying on the business of
I guaranteeing and Insuring the title of real
"Send him to me when you want a charge of petit larteny, having estate generally, Tosell, mortgage, sablet,
him spanked said Miss Manners one pledge, hire,lease., loan or copyey the r
S borrowed William I;Lmiltou's boa l erty of the said cororration, both real ad
morning after her colleague had re personal or any part thereof, at will and to
lated his many misdemeanors, without that young man's knowledge, invest the proceeds of the same n sauce
Sint manner as may ie determlne4 by the DByv
About 11 o'clock Tommy appeared or consent. He was bouIodl over to i Lws. To carry on any of its bu~liess and
at Miss Manners' door. She droplMd to have oflees and agents at such places in
at n dr. Se the Criminal Court and delivered this Htate and other states as may neess-
her book, grasped him firmly by the sary or rtquisite to the oarryl on of the
hand, led him to the dressing room, to Sheriff Smith at New Smnrna in IlusiiS of th corporation, S boow
i: nioney and to secure the 4ate and IMple.
turned him over her knee and adminis- the afternoon by Deputy Sheriff otherwise owing by eeds. mo
tered punishment. ilonds, notes or other obligations s t1er,
tered punishmenLt.l* M r.-;. To make contract" at anv time whatsoeer
When she had finished she said, ye. for the furtheranpp of its rpI andlbi-
"Now, Tommy, what have you to sayr' Louis Cunningham, a Wayveross! nes annd gellerWIly to xe8F0 alnl F sb
S'p-powers as may be lieeeIGsary or oorVeniet
"Please, miss, my teacher wants the darkey was before justicee Titus to the urposesor busaln ofar otig Ctb oru
scissors." was the unexpected reply.- I tion ad to have, exeie and en th
Monday morning, charged with rights powers and privlWges incident to
Corporations for profit orgapised an4 exist-
Flattered Him. trespass. Hle was bound over to I rlg order of the Laws ot the ltate of
Fe Florida.
"I feel sure Miss Smith is hi love the Criminal Court in tie sum of ARTIC(IE Ill,
with you," said a lady to her brother. $100 and ken to Sliril ith at The capital stock of this company shall
"Do you? It sounds too good to be 1 Twenty-five thousand tt,00U1 dollars, to
true." New Sm rnma, lMond.nV :mflterllmon, ly te divided into two aundredad fiftyishates
of the par value of Owr hundred u dlla s
efchs. All po anti pnart of the p aifrlnsl e
"Well, I heard her say yesterday that Deputy Sheriff- .yers. ofch. Al or at iparto tby e capital f tk
plainness in a man is not really a rt. Itir or services at a uelt Valuatj o
fault, lout a sign of character." Ie fxned bv the incorratogs, or by the .di
rectors at a meeting called for that purpose.
s! Property. labor or services may also be
Seedless Fruits. urchausei and paid for by the capital stock
Selence so far has failed to furnish ast i just valuation of such property, labor
Science so far has failed to furnish or services to Ie fixed by the dareetors of
any explanation of the mystery of th r -corporntion at a uteeting called for
seedless fruits. They are not the out- that purp ,'.
come of the work of man. M:ln per- ARTIOLK IV.
Thiscorporation shall exist perpetually
petuates them. He does no nuore. The as provoidtd ,y law.
seedless orange was found In a state L S U ARTItLE V.
of seedlessness.-Veretarian., t o m TI in,-ss of this crporation shall be
-a .cts enl e c roc- conducted ly a President, Vioe-Preidelnt,
ill ec-rrt and Treasurer and a board of
Stone Eaters. .' three directors, and such other officers and
sir Ja,,e- ,,ess in time '-,,,rse ,of ,.is ,e h l .eS e ses agents as un.vy from time to time be ap-
Sir Janes Res in theourse of on e point. The stckholdrsi shall meef on
travels noted a curious f:act with re- Mondlay, the 12th dayof July, 1". for the
gard to the penguin upttu.ly the hallt te s en e, I o of f sa c ormtlod at aytohe
of swallowing stones. In olne spel- Florida. at ten o'clock A. M,, for the
men he found ten p s weght of sr 0 i OVof adopting ly-law, holding the
m f f%.is S On OVet-TXAhF irsIt -.htiou of ofl.ers'and completing the
quartz, granite and trap. Other ;ii- 1. o organization of this corion. The
mals, reptiles, fishes ad u l e- habit on the scond Mondat in July of each er.
hlblt the samtle strange faill-y. In a do t i unless otherwise determined by the bv-
pader contributed tohe lpro-eedimlAs er Onen y. I t itS t ahorlders ather i be electt three o
of the Bristol Naturalists' s oelety W. -the stockholders of said corporation as di-
I. Wicks has. olle -ted a number of bene ic l enecs d saiditors a I ti m ietng
ftso ewt'to 1 IO lale, on the same day shall elect a
facts connec-ted with suchl4 staionau-h pr,-sident. vice president. secretary and
the *i-ntsaar. and cruch other authorize and
stones. The fact noted by .Mr. WI.-ks e ( rune. ars int co oti wy authorize.
that the pebbles are usually white All onivers salunl hold their res petive om-e
quartz is interesting. but does not uap-. R" slunt il their success r in omee are duly
pear to cted and qualified. Any two of said
pear to throw any light on the strange : ffi except tt of president and vice
habit-London Globe. U- ..a Ipr.-s'tle. tmyoffic held b one person. The
.. ..... ^ Ilallmf.-r thnomcera who are to conduct
S P in, th.lusiness of said corporation until those
Why. In.cdeed? *Ih eIt',tt ct n,,th. nirst election aforesaid shall
S.e I 0 I qualilrtil shall be N.Oonrad, President;
irs. Meeker- Wake up, .Ithin! I A F. (h, es, Vlee President and secretary;
hear a noise downstairs. I'nl sure SLD5'BYLEADIN DWl iTrOGS-7fpe t and Il. R. H4immonds, Treasurer, and F. k.
r'onrald. K. F. Outes and 8imo lndf,
there are lburgiurs in the house. nri. K.. Out-s and D. <. Smondrtors.
Rleeker-Nonsense, nmy dear! Why OCEAN VILLA. ATL VI.r
Should burglars want to make a noise? Mrs. W. W. Alcott, Manager. ,Thle iigih st ut oud indebte-dn or


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about, Chimmy ?
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Open from May to Octlber.
Fronting the Atlantic Ocean.


.U .uIn. ., large pleasant rooms. Modern
general of bis time." conveniences. Rates reasonable.
ing"'--Kansas City Special to families.
Daytona Beach, Florida.


lauilty I.o WhiCHi tills rqrpUratlgn shall at
: 1 l tiime sutlje tt itself ishall I*e Twe'nty-fave
thotusad Intd Mf.(ot Jollar s.
ARTICLE VII,
Th,- inaei-s uuand rtslUen;e bof the sublt:rlb-
,*rs anl the aunount of capital stcX)k sUb ,-
scribed by -each are as follows:
F. N. Conradu laytona. Florida, 14 shares.
.. O.(tet-s, Itaytioi. Florkida, I4 shares.
I i. nnoils .lona aytoin, Florida, 2 shares.
F. N. CONRAD,
K. F. OATE,.
I. nilMONDr.
M-TATn' OI V-lml.OmltA.
County of Volusli. SN.*
SI hereby certify that on thlh day person-
ally appeared before me. a Notary Public In
and for the State of Florida, F. M. Conrad.
E. F. O(htes and I. B. BHilmods, to me well
known Iandl known to to eo be the persons
,l-s.-rilwied in anti who sulaeribted their
nutmes to the following Articles of Incorpo-
ratiou amnd incorporated as The C'onrad-
Oatte-s Realty, Title and Insurance Oom-
pnny. aind severally acknowledge that they
sulbscril*t- their uninrl.es ther-to for the pur-
po.ses therein expressed.
Iit witit-ss wheretof I have hereunto set
anly lind nand ofit-ial seal this lOth day of
May. A. D., 0lif. F. J. NIVKR,
Notary Public State of Florida at Large.
arMy -,unilissihlon..xpire, A.uust 19th, l9ll.


NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT,
IN C'li(''tiT ConarT--eventh JudiP:ial Cir
cult of Floridna. in uad for VoltsiU ounttv.
IN C'HANt'ERY,
I.A,-v ANE ')EnKi )
v.s.
.J.W. \. t To .I W. berry.
You are hereby required to appear to the
Bill o Complaint filed herein igalnst you
In the above entitled cause on or before the
5th day of July, A. 1. 1)N.
"1 aytona (Gazette-News" Is hereby desig-
intedl as the newspaper in which this order
shall be published once a week for elght
consecutive weeks.
Witness my hand and seal of omlee this
-iSth lay of April, A. D .. 9I1t.
BAM'L D.JORDAN tlerk.
By R. H. HAML.IX,
I~Iputy 'l-rk.
olAcitor. for oA plaTnant.
olicitors for V'omplaalnnt.


nation for tax deed to Issue in accordane,
with law. aid certificate embrace the
following described property situated in
Valuaia county, Florida, to-wit: W4 1- chbs
of 4 5-8 of -1- of lot 6 Hopkins itc-h
Grant 4 areas. The aid laud biung assessed
at the date of the islualce of such certificate
in the atne of unknown, Unless mal cer-
tificate shall be redeemed according to law,
tax deed will tsse thereon the 12 day of
July A. D., O11.
Wttne, nmy official signature and seal-
ths th llth day of June, A. 1. Mt.
(lS.) SAM'L D. JORDox,
Olerk Olreuit Court Voluala Oounty, Florida.

(First pub. June 12; last pub. July lo,
atiec. of Appmcaum. for Tax Deed
UMIer SecM 8 eo Chapter 4888,
Laws of Flrida.
Notece is hereby given that L1 K. C've
pureaser of Tax Oertlecate No. .14, dated
the ndday June A. D., 11. has tled said
certif ate in my olice, and has made
application for tax deed to Issue in
arpodance with law. Bald ertifleate em--
hiaoea the following described property
situated in Volutsi county, Florida, to-wit:
FM ft. of N. S c h of W-8 of lot Hopkins
Fitch Orant I acre. The maid land being as-
seased attthe date of the issuance of such
oetisicate in the name of unknown. Unless
aid certificate small he redeemed according
to law, tax deed will lsue thereon on the 11
dayv of JulyA. D., 1M.
*WIt y 1tenlal sinature and seal this
the Iay o June A4 D1f.,ll.
(IBAL) HAMI'. D, JOJRDAN.
Olerk Crcuilt Court Valusla,Oountv.Florlda.

t(Frst pub. June t last pub. July 10)
NtiuP oft Appiathl Ir Tax Deed
Under Sec- 8 to Chapter 4888,
Laws of Fl ida.
Notloetsheebvy given that 1. E, Cave
purchaser o Tax Oertiliate No. 31 dated
the rd day of June A. D, IMS has filed said
certifeate In my ofice, and has made appli.
eatton for tax deed to issue in accordance
wttb law. Sald eert(fleate embraces the
following described property situated in
Valusla county. Florida, to-wit; W Ohs of
Na ehb, of 1-4 lot opkaUn Fit'lb Grant
I acre. Theald land being assesua at the
date of the issuance of awuh eertifcate in the
naum.of unknown. Unles said certiikate
shall be redeemed according to law. tax
deed will Isse thereon on the 12day of July
A. D., 19. Witness my official signature
and eal this the 11 day of June of A ID.,
I".
(ftAL) BAM'L D. JORDIAN.
OlerkColrcultCourt, Valusla(ounty.Florldn.
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Notice of Stockholders' Meeting.
Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Peck-
Hendricksi Company, a Florida corporation.
will be held at the oflce of the company at
Daytona, Florida, Moenday, June 21. A. It..
190s.as II A. U.
2t HARKY HARTSCUOKN.
Ht-rentary.


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proximately at the same hour. Aut,.
mobiles can be drivenon the beach two
hours after high tide and within two
ours of high tide.


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SLegal Notices Adi "'"itr""'s Net
g g Alll persona havtg my elaim whataeoer
Sr ... .. .. .. ... .. .the estate o l? = M. Viti g, late
Sd ao Veoss County, Florida, are
hereby ruled to fle their accents with
l rmii e doIaIi..i a within six mths fm
II llllt date, or the same will he barred accord
to law. JAMElM P. VINflN
Administrator.
Dated--Ormond, la., May 15th, 1Mk.
~tLL PiTNE.
The undersigned subscribers and Incer- (First pb. June 5; last pub. July S.)
porators do hereby give notice that on m, -
Wednesday, the l6h day of June, A. D., "I MAf 0 -M IV X Ta i D"
1i9., the undersigned and their associates U er Sadrtm 8 Chtag e 4888,
will apply to Honorable Albert W. n-11
christ, as tov for letters Patent incorporating thm.
und r and b the name of The Oonrad- Notice is hereby given that J. R. Weth-
Oite-s Re-alty, Title and lnsuramne Coin- erell, purchaser of Tax Oertificate No. 154.
Spauny in accordance with the following dated the ardday ofJune, A. D._ 1M0. hita
Articles of Incorporation which they have Ied said certilcatem in my omfce, aMd hns
adopted as their proper d charter. nde application for tax deed to issuee
Dated this itrh day of May, A. t.. Itlo. I in acorn e witr law. Said certlfent
F. N. LOONtRAt, embrace the followag described property
E. P'. OATKS. I sittated in Volus Ounty. Florida. to-wit:
D. E. LIMONDS. North, %olot 4 Biock lDeLand.
Mulbscrithrs add lucorporutor. I The mid land bein ausaesed at the late o
I the iuan ce of such certifcate In the name
Proposed Charter ef "Th Cw ra Gal- otea f *O. L. tth, Jr. Unles saaid certitlete
shall le redeemed according to law. tax
i Tile ad lassrasce Ca y.' I deed will issue thereon on the l-t dtay oi
The undersigned Incorporators hereby. July, A. D., tid0.
associate thenlselves for the purpo o Wtness nmy social signatur-e and -eai
forming a corporation under th. aws of this the llth day of June, A. ., iN.
the Rtate of Florida, as preairlbed by the l| t8AL) RAM'L .. JOKIAN,
General Statutes of the State of Florkla and Olerk Oircult Court Voluxla County, Florida
by the Acts of the Ielgslature thereof and;
adopt the following proposed charter:
ARTIC IE I. (PirBt pub. June I; last pub. July Its
The naue of this corporation shall be Nak 4o ApplcaaM toe TaxDeed
-The Courad-Oat,-s Realty, Title and In- Ulder Secthl 8 of Chapter 4888,
suralnc-.i t unp.ny."' and its principal place
of l.us ne.. sha!.'l Iayton, Floda, lors and Law FIRd.
Its i.u.-il.. a -hall In conduet.-d in the State
of Flo.-.d. nd such othrr states of America Notice is hereby given that T. H. Cave, Hr.
Sah r. n .-utl- ,t or net. s ar.v. purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 311, dated
the ldday o.Juane A.D.. Hnt, has tfied said
ARTICLE II. certlalate in omy oflle, aKnd has umueaduli-


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