Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
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Daytona gazette news
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: June 19, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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Il. 21, No. 4

Gen 3v.re. Rmehu AOA CmIo

Daytona, Florida, June 19, 1909.

EAt AdvaehImb Uo b a iDrln a" V-



Owing to the late arrival of a shipment of one hundred dozen Towels
which we should have received early in the spring, but arrived after our
season is over, we will hold a SPECIAL TOWEL SALE in order to close
out the entire let. These towels are first-clas in every respect and are well
worth 121 cents, but we must get rid of them and will close out the entire
100 dozt-n at 3 for 25 cents or 95e a dozen. Do not fail to get what towels
you need at this ridiculously low price. See the window display.

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Any customer purchasing L?.oo world
series for cash. I will sell a handsome fr
ure, your own selection out of one hundr
subjects, size 23x27, for only 59 cents.


Sdesorate your homes. You don't ha
.oo worth at one time. Ask for coup
g Pictures on display in my window.
irenlay way $1.5o to 2.oo each. Call a


-he North Beach Street G(rocer

th of G ro-
amed pict-
ed and fifty

ive to buy g
ins. -
Worth in
nd see them


. 'PlWE 19.I



A close examination of electric-
Ia work finished and charged for
from this shop shows ho, square-
ly and honorably we transact our
business. Electrical repairs re-
ceive special atntion. Those
who employ us never worry about
- our charges, and they know be-
fore engaging us that our work-
Smanship will be the best.

Daytona Electric Co.

S1 1. 232 South Beach Street.

Cabinet M*mrer. Wood WorKer.
Picture Frames, Door and Window Screens made to order.
| Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.
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Si. D. TAYLOR. Electrical Contractor
House Wiring a Specialty.

.Dealer in Electrical Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shades,
Lamps No. 8 Orange avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.
** sales:

Bond Lumber Company,

Bath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime
ement in Stock. Oce and Yards: Est CO('
d Cement in Stock. Ralway and Orange Avenue

ILI--Bond Mill. Atlannie Ooat Line Ky.. 10e miles south of Jacksonvtlle.
: r: Kalmaso. n Sanlord Branch ct the K. C. KY.


R. J. MALBY, Manager.

iUng a Galvaniabd Iron Tank, a new Tin Roof, a Hot Air Furnace,
uay of the other metal necessities required to complete a modern
ting, remember that


Sbeat prepared to give prompt and reliable service at fair prices.
Gd aeral repair shop on Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory.

A Pretty Trail.





Commodose J. H. Allen an Ardent David Petty Did Not Like Job On

Good Roads Enthusiast-

Money Wanted.

Commodore J.
hurst, a pretty

II. Allen, of Allen-
settlement on the

Haulover Canal, was in Daytona
several days this week greeting his
numerous friends The Commodore
is an ardent good roads enthusiast
and has induced the county com-
missioners of Brevard county to
build a good road to the north line
of the county. He suggests that
Volusia county build two and a half
miles from a point below Oak Hill
to Allenhurst and then Commodore
Allen proposes to ferry all automo-
biles across Indian river for a nomi-
nal fee, thus giving automobiles an
opportunity to make the trip from
Daytona to Rockledge and other
points south without any difficulty
Commissioners Owen and Brooke,
of this county, have agreed to spend
$1,500 on this piece of road, pro-
viding the citizens of this section
will raise $1,000. Letters have
been mailed to prominent automo-
bilists who make their winter head-
quarters in Daytona and it is
thought that many of them will
respond liberally. Anyone who
did not receive such a letter is not
barred from contributing and those
feeling disposed to contribute may
send checks to the Gazette-News o0
to the Florida East Coast Automo-
bile Association. It is now up t
the people residing and wintering
here to make good and thus maki
the county appropriation available
Work can be started so that th
road will be in good shape by nex



Some Toughs in the Crowd Mad
Trouble for Midway
Monday Night.
About five or six hundred person
came to Daytona from Jacksonvil
on the colored "scusion' Monda
and that night some of the colored
gentry proceeded to paint Midway
deep crimson. A number of watched
and other valuables were stolen an
one coon went to sleep on a street
Midway and during the night h
shoes were stolen.
A tough looking subject answer
ing to the name of Charlie Johnsi
was arrested on the supposition th
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Daytona-DeLand Road and
Sunday about noon, David Petty,
a negro who was sentenced to 60
days on the road at the last term of

lAflI -lK SE I A i1


Thinks the City's Interests Are
Not Properly Sa:uardcd
by Its Provisions.
Mayor Greene returned to the
City Council Monday evening the
ordinance recently passed proposing
to grant a new franchise to the East
Florida Telephone Company for a
term of 20 years. The mayor with-
held his approval from the measure
and asked the council to reconsider
Sthe terms and conditions of the pro-
posed franchise before submitting
it to the voters for ratification or re-
jection. The mayor said he did not
Think the measure as passed would
sufficiently safeguard the interests
of the city; that the company had
been doing business 10 years and
he thought the city should have a
statement of just what business the
company is doing; that he thought
a franchise to be worth something
and that the city should not wait
three years before it receives any
revenue from the company. (The
proposed franchise provides that the
company shall pay the city $1 for
each 'phone per year, after three
years.) His Honor also thought that
party lines should be eliminated and
the company be required to put in
independent lines where subscribers
are willing to pay the specified
rental, and that where ten or more

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Beginning with May Ist

we will close our store

at 8 p. m. Saturday's

and on Thursday's at

12 o'clock noon.


IThe Conrad groceryy Company
SE.T. Conrad &Co's. OldMt=

Criminal Court for trespass, decided wires existed a cable should be used.
to leave. Petty was at work on the Action on the final reading was re-
Dayton-DeLand road with 18 other considered and the ordinance refer-
prisoners. red back to the ordinance committee. |
About the noon hour the guard in The usual budget of bills or-
charge hailed a passing automobile dered paid, among them item of .w .
for the purpose of sending some $143.25 for wages of t reetgang. will delver gasoline wtot
mail to DeLand and while he was Just what advantage street gang n v
talking with the people in the auto- has been to the city of late very few any charge for delvery at
mobile Petty took to the woods. It seem to know, but nevertheless it is
was presumed that the convict would being paid regularly from a treasury any point in DaylOa, Sea-
come to Daytona so word was sent rapidly' becoming depleted, while f r
to the local officers to be on the the streets of the city show no visible breeze, Daytona Beach, Or-
lookout for him. Justice Titus lo- improvement-and much necessary
cated him in Newtown, a negro street improvement staring the coun- Mond or Port Orange. Qual-
suburb, late Sunday afternoon and cil in the face before next winter ity and qua iy
captured him at the home of Shad- season. ity and qualtlty guaranteed.
wick James, another negro who is The bill of the sanitary inspector Call Oflice Phone 128
doing four months time for illegally was brought up and discussed.
selling liquor. Petty saw Mr. Titus Zuber presented a bill to the city Mills Transfer 77
coming and made for the rear door for assessments which he could not Warehouse 60
of the house. Mr. Titus beat him collect from property owners, buts Kerosene Oil Delivered by Tank Wagon.
to it, however, and the negro ran thus far the city has not seen fit to
Into the officer's arms pay the bill and claims that Zuber Gasoline Machine Gas and Lubricating Oils.
Justice Titus took Petty back to owes the city for buckets.
the convict camp early Monday S. H. Gove asked permission to s a
t morning. move the residence of Mrs. D. A.
Blodgett to the opposite corner of
Jelly Cocoanuts. the street. The request was granted.
S H ry Vn Drn brut up o He was also granted permission to -----
r Henry Van Dorn brought up on i
-his recent return from the Florida lay a sewer on South street and Pal- Fgr with us yo
SKeys a number of reen cooanuts, me avenue.
Keys a numr of green c n ts A number of tax "kicks" were re-
g in the jelly stage, which he distrib- A n e of tax "i were re
e uted among his friends here. Mr. ceived and laid over until Wednes-
. Van Dorn said he had tried several day evening, when a special session I M O T
e times to send them by express, but was held.
t as they had always arrived in bad The school trustees submitted a
condition, he determined to make communication asking the Council P U M P IN G
sure of it this time by bringingto pass an ordinance authorizing
them himself., the sale of the school bonds.
The top of the nut is sliced off The tax collector was directed to
i and the sweet water or'milk, as it is take steps to collect all bills allegedT F IT
called, poured off, leaving a thickto be due the city for mowing, build-
jelly-like substance adhereing to the ing sidewalk, etc.
caled, poud of, lci g The proposed railroad ordinance
sides, which can be scraped out The proposed railroad ordinance
with a spoon and forms a delicious was called up, but again referred
food, particularly with the additionback to the ordinance committee. Electricity will pump water
of a little sugar. Mr. Van Dor's The city physician presented his
le children are very fond of the nuts report and recommended closer in- for 5 cents per 300 gallons.
in this stage and eat freely of them section of open closets and tanks
Sand he says the Conchs, or natives and a sharp lookout for stagnant
dof the islands, prefer the milk to water. He says the health of the Ad
a ter when they are thirs. city is good, and called attention to S a z e t h t,
es two cases of rabies that have recently
d H. H Brittle m ted Monda been discovered among the dogs in
of H. H. Brittle marketed, Monday,
o a 40 pound Florida Favorite water- the city. E. L. GUIN, General Manager.
melon, grown on the Hutchinson & -
Brittle farm on west Volusia avenue. Birthday Celebration. ______________
SIt was a large melon for this variety. The 70th birthday of rs Elmira
at Hendrix was pleasantly celebrated m. ....*W .W. -Ul-- .S.S. _-- g
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Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter.

One copy one year $1.50
One copy ix months...... ......... .75
One copy three months ........... 40



KINGSTON, June, 17.-Mrs. Corai PORT ORANGE, June 16.-Mr. and
MeGrady of Denver, Fla., who has been Mrs. Chas. Wetherell and two sons came
a guest of her aunt, Mrs. G. W. Rich for' down from Holly Hill and visited Mr.
some days, left on Monday of this week and Mrs. Fred.

for Orange City to make a short visit
there before returning home.
Lieut. E. M. Rich, of the Halifax Ri-
flea, returned home from State encamp-
ment near Jacksonville, on Tuesday
night, 15th inst.
R. Jareo and family have moved from
Kingston and have taken a house in
Daytona. .
Mrs. Emily Carter, Master Randolpl
Bradshaw and Mrs. Maggie Robert are
visiting relatives and friends at Barber-
Mrs. J. L. Hamilton of Beach street
has gone on a visit to her mother at the
old home in North Carolina.
Mrs. B. F. Wilson and three children
are enjoying a long visit with her father,
J. L. Hamilton, of Kingston.
Dave Hamilton has accepted a posi-
tion in Sheppard's meat market.
E. M. Rich left home Thursday morn-
ing to return to his business at Lake
Butler, going on the excursion train via.
Lyle Lyman and Horace Hull were
among the Kingston people who went
on the excursion, Thursday. Horace
Hll expects to stop over in Jackson-
ville a short time and perhaps go north
from there to New Jersey.
Mr. M. J. Davis of Main street took
in the excursion to Jacksonville in com-
pany with Mrs. Ruby Ledwith.
W. D. Bradshaw, Mrs. Reed, and Mrs.
Lewis and son were among the exeur-
*ionists to the Metropolis Thureday.
Miss Grace Cook, a popular young lady
tI um West Palm Beach, is visiting here,
guest of her aunt, Mrs. Starling.



Churches Will Unite for the Ser-
vices at Eleven O'Clock To-
morrow Morning.
The Pythian Memorial Service
will be held at the Congregational
Church tomorrow morning, Jtune o20,
at eleven o'clock. The sermon will
he given by the pastor of the church,
Rev. Dr. B. F. Marsh and the music
will be by a union choir and tlhe
Pythian Male Quartette.
The members of the order have
been especially requested to bring
their families and friends. Sever. 1
of the churches will, as usual, unite
for this service.
Last -year the service, which is
an annual feature with the order,
was held at the Baptist church, Rev.
D. H. Rutter, pastor of the M. E.
Church, pitang the scrmnon.
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HOLLY HILL, June 17.-On Sunday
next Thos Wetherell and family expct.t
to leave for Washington, D. C.
Miss Margie Gould has been here a
few days visiting the Misses Quattle-
Miss Susie Byne. was out calling on
ol friends here before leaving for her
hoine in Miami.
Thursday the Misses Nellie and Hilda
Mann and Zilpah Harris returned from
Seabrook. On Saturday Mrs Mann and
Miss Mary and Joe Henderson of Leest
burg joined them remaining until Tues-
day. Miss Nellie and Miss Hilda have
secured summer schools near Live O ak
and will leave Thursday..
Mr. Stine, brother-in law of Frank

Mr. Whiteside of New Smyrna was in
our town on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Howes arrived on
Saturday and are visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Howes.

Seareze and Daytona B eah.
MRS. H. A. BERNARD, Editor.
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SEABREEZE, June 16--Mayor F. R.
Swift and wife are occupying the A. I.
Miller cottage for the summer.
Mrs. Jas. Dobbins entertained a party
of young lady friends at one o'clock
luncheon Saturday. Covers were laid
for six, as follows: Mrs. Furman Smith
and sister. Miss Smith. Misses Fay Stew-
art, Wilcox and Randalk Surf bathing
was one of the enjoyments of the day.
Asa Cabaniss of Evansville, Ind., is
expected to arrive about July Ist, on a
visit to his sister, Mrs. Dobbins.
Mrs. Rentz and family, of Ocala, are
occupying one of the Kochlersperger
beach cottages for the summer. Miss
Martha K Rentz is entertaining a chil-
dren's house party of six young ladies
from Ocala this week.
Marshal Sims was around Monday
looking after the enforcement of health
ordinance in regard to screening against
mosquitoes all tanks and other water re-
ceptieles. It is to be hoped that every
householder will realize the great impor-
tance of cooperating with the health

Otis Johnson went to Daytona Mon- officers in their attempts to eliminate

day to work for S. H. Gove.
J. L. Bailey's cottage on Dunlawton
avenue, west of the railroad, is progress
ing nicely, as is Gus Martin's on the
same street east of the railroad.
We are having a very dry time. All
crops are suffering for want of rain.
We received a letter from our old
friend, F. G Stewart of Seabreeze, who
is now ie Seattle and has been up in
northwestern Canada, praises the coun-
try and says it is the place for young
men to go and take up homesteads.

Dr. D. D. Beekman formerly prac-
ticing dentistry in Daytona, having
removed from the State, Dr. C. De-
Warren Ake of Washington, D. CA,
will continue the practise, assumii
charge of the office in Daytona abt
June 25th.
Dr. Beekman wishes to person lly
recommend Dr. Ake to all his for-
mer patients as a skillful, up-to-
date dentist, thoroughly qualified in
all the branches of the profession
and one whose professional services
it will le to their advantage to se-
cure. Vety truly yours,

Not a Nursry.
"Before I got this Job I had no idea
so many funny things happened on
street cars." said a new conductor, ac-
cording to the Denver Post. "Every
day I see and hear things that are
amusing. For instance. a woman with
a baby about two years old hlarded
my car and rode downtown. When we
reached Fifteenth and Callfornia she
rose to get off. The baby was tucked
snugly in the corner of the seat. The
woman hesitated In the aisle. 'gay.'
she said to me. 'I'd like to ask a farso
of you.'
"'What Is it? I asked.
"'I've got some shopping to do.' she
said. SWould you please take baby
around a trip with you? I don't want
him with me. I'll be back when you
return to this corner and take him.'
"'Madam.' I replied, 'I can't take
care of your baby. Suppose he should
get to crying, as he undoubtedly
would r
"'Well, goodness me,' she said, 'you
could slap him, couldn't you?'"

The Complete Alpinist.
The young millionaire had climbed
the Jungfrau, Monck and Elger.
"It Is more dangerous work than mo-
toring," he said, "and. dear me, how
the climber is loaded down. He re-
sembles a peddler more than anything
else. He carries wood to make a fire
with. He carries naIls for his boots.
He carries a lamp. He also has an ax
wherewith to cut steps for himself In
perpendicular ice walls, and he has a
cord wherewith to rope himself to his
companions, and he has a staff to help
him up and down the steeps. In the
sack on his back there are all aorta
of things-tubes of concentrated soup.
tea. coffee, candles, socks, extra shirts,
gloves, plus, brandy, meat extract.
smoked glasses. And dangling be-
tween his shoulders is a pair of
snowshoes, without which in the hot
August sun he would sink in the soft
snow quite up to his knees at every
step."--New Orleans Times-Democrat.
England's Generals.
There has not been an English gen
eral since Marlborongh. Wellington
was lorn at IDangan castle, Meath, of
an old Irish family called Wesley and
christened In Dublin. Wolfe was born
at Ferneaux abbey, Klldare, and chris-
tened at Westerham-nearly in the
same case as the Brontee (Brunty).
Ills grandfather defended Limerick
Z. A arm-ame. ont

our summer pest, which is the one dis-
comforting drawback to our beautiful
little town as an all the year-round re-
mort. There are many tanks to our
knowledge that are not screened. Let
there be a rigorous enforcement of the
ordinance in this matter.
The registration lboks for the election
of two councilmen will be open the 26(
27, 28 and 30 of this month.
Little Ruby Wilson entertained a
number of young friends Tuesday after-
noon on the occasion of her sixth birth-
Mr. Timmons seven-room cottage on
corner of Earl and (;randview avenue is
now well under way, and will be ready
for occupancy in another ten days. It
makes quite an improvement on the
street. Mr Timmons and family, who
are now located at Daytona Beach, will
move into their new home as soon as
All letters received from our residents
who have gone north for the summer
speak of the cold weather and the disa-
greeable rainy season which hangs on
Mrs. Messenger, writing from Elmira,
says the doctor is wearing his overcoat,
and Mrs. B. F. Wells, who is at Clifford,
Pa., complains of the rain and the gen-
eral backwardness of the season.
Mayor Swift was called to New York
on business, and left Friday morning
for 'gay Gotham."
Miss Davidson, who was employed as
instructor for May and Harry Haigh
has returned to Atlanta.
C. H. Knapp went up to Jacksonville
Tuesday on the early morning train.
Mrs. Wilson and grandson, Allston
Dryer, left Friday afternoon with the
excursionists for a visit with friends at

Mr. and Mrs. Hart's daughter, Mrs..
W. H. Fortson and children of Bowling
Green, will spend part of the summer
with her parents on Valley street.
Mr. and Mrs Bianelhi lose their home
on Halifax avenue for the season, to-
morrow and take their departure for
New York They will spend a portion
of the heated term in the Adirondack.
returning in the fall by way of St. Louis
Mo., where they will visit their daugh-
ter, Mrs. John, before returning to their
winter home.
Hans Evernden has accepted a posi-
tion as station agent and telegraph ope-
rator at Delray, which is said to be one
of the best on the line. He left Friday
in pursuance of the call.
Mrs. M. Eaves and family, including
Mrs. Allison and.two bright boys. who
have been occupyirg Mrs. H. S. Morri-
son's cottage on the corner of Oakridge
and Pinewood avenues, left Monday af-
ternoon for Orlando, where they will
locate for the present.
Miss Loomis, who has been visiting
Miss Evernden on Oakridge avenue.
leaves for New York city today.
Mrs. L. B Cochran and two children
and Miss Mamie Jones, arrived from
Geirgia and are visiting their sister, Mrs -
J. R. Tomlinson. on Pinewood avenue.
Mis. Hamilton and daughter. Miss
Hamilton, who have Ieen visiting Mr.
and Mrs. S. E. Gilmore, left last wiek
for Savannah, (a.
Courtland Eaves who has been in de-
clining health for some time, left last
week for Jacksonville where he will be
under the care of a specialist.
It is understood that a meeting wll be
called this week to appoint committees
to make arrangements with Daytona
and Daytona Beach for the Fourth of

DAYTONA BEACH, June 16.-Flag



Reached Home Tuesday Night
After Eight Days of Stren-

Day was celebrated by the Daugl.ters of.
tha Revolution, as before noted, at the uous Training.
Stillman cottage on the beach. Appro- Company K returned Tuesday
private selections were read by Mesdames night from brigade encam pnent at
Raynor, Ronald, Thorp, and Misses
Thorp and Cross. Several interesting Black Point, or Camp Bran, as it
anecdotes relating to Old Glory were was designated, glad to get back to
told by other ladies present. At the the restful quiet of Daytona and the
conclusion of the program the ladies refreshing breezes of the coast.
were invited into the dining hall and sat Under its efficient officers the lo-
down to an elegant luncheon. The
r, gent, Miss Thorp proposed a vote;al company mae an excellent ap-
of thanks to Mrs. Stilaan for the hos- pearance at the encampment and
piiality of the cottage, which was unan- the members are reported to have
imously and enthusiasticly adopted by hbeen more than usually alert and
a standing vote. This concluded the to a c o
really to iesppnd to all falls of dutv
second Flag Day celebration of the local 'le empent di edut l
chapter of the D. A. R. lle ecampaent differed but lit-
tie from those in the past, there
A. Vande Vorde and wife will take in.
the excursion to Jacksonville tomorrow. l eig, perhaps, somewhat more
Mr. and Mrs. E.C. Hibbaid had a I'ielhvork than usual, but it was
house party at their Ibach cottage from |pr(fitaile training for both officers

Saturday until Monday. Mr. and Mrs.
A Vande Vorde, W. L. llibbard of Ft.
Pierce. and Miss Tuft composed the
pat ty.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 11. Raynor left for

andl rien
'There was the usual complaints
of skimpy rations, owing apparently
to the nmannerof purchasing sup-
Ilie's andl in, osiblv .-au fmented hv

Ancient 00881d M h. kW eH
Stnriaw WS -. -".
The ancient Greeks areadyfM
mended the use of sterihedw
Rufas of Ephesus, In the trat
of this era, taught that "a t
from rivers and ponds Is bad
that from the Nile. Water from rive
which flow through nnhalrthy o8,
stagnant water and that which ows --
near pur!lc bathing places Is harmfa j
The best water is that which has been in
boiled in baked earthenware vessels.
cooled and then heated a second time i
before drinking." whee he I
This hygienic prescription was In- gon of t8
tended both for healthy and sick peo-
ple, since it was applied to the armies: at his o
"During mar-hes and in camps pits M r. tile
must be dug successively from the last ttlrdl
highest point to the lowest level of the .
place. These holes shounk be lined Mr. a
with clay Ruch as is used for making RoBe&ede,
pottery and the water should be made Tunday am
to percolate through it. The water will
leave all Its Impurities in these pits." ther journ
It may be Inquired how the ancient N. Y., whel
Greeks, knowing the processes of ster- summer
Ilization and filtration of water which
they applied to that of the most limpidMr. and Mr
rivers, should have drunk without pre- in Daytona.
cautions the water of the Nile. which ette-N es o
our uicroscoloes allow us to declare
"sound," but which Is in appearance During t
the most worthy of suspicion of all lature jst c
and is so muddy, so yellow, that It it uoa the jo
sembles wtie.- (;azette des Eaux. _

Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon, and I.... r-" ..... .... b......... 1: iT BAIlLiSL
sail today for New York. They will the fact that the aplptites of the!
spend the greater part of the suruiner men are apt to be more than usually How the Fabulous Monster Was Pl.
at Baileys Island, Me. Mr. Raynor's hearty during these camping p T- Te tureby Ancient Writ fam
numerous friends e hope e will e The basilisk was the most famous
numerous friends here tol)C lpe he will le ri3fs. the many fablrlous mousterd of me-
greatly benefited by the chan and at the many fabulous monster o me-
greatly benefited by the chage, and Tle weather was go through- diaeral folklore. According to the
that he and the madam may return next r noti it tch
fall in the full enjoyment of health andl out the week, with the exception of poadul: notman, it was ai thed by a
toad from an egg laid by the cock of.
life. Mrs. Raynor's club work, and h- r Moniday jnlight, when it rained well the common barnyard fowl. In the
executive ability along the most press- on into the evening, but the llifles ancient !pk-ture books It was usualy
ing lines of civic reform is fully appre- had not vet- roken camp and suf- represented as an eight limbed ser-
3 I pent or dragon, sometimes with and
heated throughout the State as well as at feed but little inonven iene. sometimes without wing. Its nm
her winter home---Davtona.
her winter onpanvy Tturnedl on the is derived from basilscoi. meaning a
Mrs. Ellisof Macon, (a.,and daughter, i t n r little king, and was alplled because
Mrs. Clement and two little grandson v, and a un ig the creature was figured with a circle
arrived the latter part last week on a their brag ge pi-t ed to the Ar- of white spts on Its head which muh
visit to Mrs. W. 11. Freeman at Pine- Iiitl'y :ant from there dispersed to resembled a crown The cockatrice, a
species of baslllsk, besides having a
hurst. Mrs. Ellis is Mrs. Freenal's their various plat.s of abode. crown, po sel ed a comb which wa
mother. -. ..nm exact counterpart of the cock's
Pliny assures us that the basIla
J. McCullough and family are expectci Plin assures us that the bel
to arrive from tHstings tomorrow anil Services at the Baptist Church. had a voice which "struck terror to
ed om s o t the hearts of men, beasts and ger-
will spend tie summer on the b-eah. i All the Ilregl;r services of the pents." The Bible classes It with the
A petition for suspension of sentence First. Iiaplist C(hurch of Daytona lion the serpent and the dragon as
one of the most formidable creatutr
was circulated in favor of S. E. Morris, will l continue throughout the Old writers-Pliny, Basho othe
ho wants sn the cd laft wial to ,lof sur umier m lths. A special effort -say that its bite was mortal In every
liquornt, till lbe nma.ie on Sundav evenings case, that its breath wa suffocating
lo- and that no plant would grow In the
iMiss Myrie Freen rturnd h e to make the services interesting vicinity of Its lair. Its dead body
from Macon, (ha., last week. After six and profitable. was often suspended in belftries topr
years service she ltas resigned hr posi- Next Suinday evening, June 20, vent swallows from building there,
tion as secretary in Wesleyan collegee the pastr will speak on "Profit and Smart Set Enlish.
where she tok the collegiate course he- i oss as interpreted hv Jesus." The speech of the smart man and
fore entering upon her duties a.s ,(-cre- I'he rmn will he illustrate. i woman suatieently betrays the =od-
retary.Th w bb i ern attitude. To speak good Englis
A. Vande Vord is doing tihe foundati.,n he ust of tLe Iblak-loarl. mdle elasa The modern voabw-
and basement work for S. E. HIll, c.n- i I'l)ole of all faiths, and no faith lary is very small, and the greater
tractor, on the M. E. church a:ditin. re : .'ii:llv invite! to aliendl thse pant ot is composed of slang-Black
Mrs. J. J Bishop, who has vin vii-it-N st-vice's. yn will receive a hearty
ing her niothr at lh -lanl for stm an l-i..e First and last in fOOdS.
time, returned to her hom(i- Satutda.y. .-- ---

Ray S~elde-n i-ft for (Chiagc, on a it-,,- A l on Social.
bincd businesss and vleas'ire citing ; i;n Social.
the meantime, Professor Slledu iihas tlte- T'Ih- imn;il r, of the ('i. ti;i
store in charge. Il.-vr .Si.-tvy led a "Lemon"
Mrs E. A. Branch re-turn,.,l aidy a ,,,-i;I Tl,,'.-Iv 'vetlingll l Iat h,- ome
from a visit with her parents at S.vill, .lr. :,ai Mi-. rnk A. Whit i
Mrs. Kurtz and .Miss Ali, e iDau ti-ty N I. I P,:n(tto avenue.
returned Tuesday from a fetw ls v i-it i .
with relatives in Jacksonville- a p tei carre
with thezan a lemuon whi-h furnished
Shelling is progressing on Randd ave- ,lm aI for the evening, eakerneinge
nue. south. : Ih'm!tde for tile -'veniig, cakelieing
Mrs. Moore and two little boys of S.u- ~e. 'r\ l' v iln :,litim mi al a pleasant
ford are occupying the Coquina cottta:ige i ijmur was spl.nl \\il!h g:tinl s and so-
They have their meals at Surf ('Cr-..t. 'vial ci ovtr-s. :
Mrs. Brown of Hypolusa arrived yes-
terday for an indefinite stay at Surf
Crest, The Work In (iood Hands.
G. L. Johnson's sister. Mrs. L.. IN- The ,Ifollowingi item froni the
Roberts of Jacksonville, is visiting her Ly ( 'gress, tais an
brother at Surf Crest. i t
assu rainr e of s:itisfactorv work in
A. Budgecn has just completed :a m ek if wat k
house on his place on Pilhewooil :,v.-- : thle ul1t;1-11n- t(f hl water"-.rk sys
R L. Smith is enjoying a month on |ttnlo reas th Mr. Weaver referred
the beach. lHe las leaseed his -,ottit:.e. t tm in ltt't'.S ,1:al c.hargre of th" laying
on Second avenue, I;iayt ;na, to, 1. J. of tle aina, et., in this ciu
Price. I hbct! Weaver, who has been su-
Mrs. B. (Hodfrey arrive-dfrom Jacks.ion- perinteilning the- leaving of the water
ville Monday afternoon for a vi-its vith maii.s ainl tihe houIe connetiions for
her daughter Mrs. C'o-ites on S,,-u.l.-e I etil .1. It. Mcf-(rarv Company in I.vons
avenue I;asLl ab)ut linisllhel up his wo k andi he-
*Surf (rest, located directly on the will l':ive for anotlh;r job in a: v ry few
beach. is offering a sumnlrlt rat' otf $;6, '1days. As a pllllbr a better tman than
up, per week. 1I--t Mr. W' er er cannott be set-ure I in th, '
Miss Grace Thorp and aunt, Mis P'in- alte lnl we r a ,rc onlyv sorry that we.
uV0i111: rae i. i- him to stop in l.L ons
ier. left Saturday foir Tall:nlias~,eve wher F. i
the wi \ll visit relatives for \-vernt! ,IFor ;hv' yeaxt -yetar or so Io wt-iii lined il
weeks. this city c-It, '11gh1 to k.'p himt lbus. lie
knows t'he work from hegimitg to -ri-d
The improvements at Se-a.-ite Inn arc. k tIo ri't o to ii
nearly completed. The bl,,okings ft,.. tlni h u 1i\t t iup sch a v:luahise ma
Wollldf 1i11) lt yllell ;a va:lualble men.
next month are comrir in iquite- r:a id! Iilor'.s ,iod luck to hi no matt
The Superintendent re-ports thel M. I:. wh ere' h minav cid<- to V o.
Sunday School in a very llourising co,-
dition The attendance of Iboth ,puplil-s
and teachers is excepltiornally regular. j The Moor and His Horse.
and the Sunday recollection show a gd h, r,.i:,f..tr.I f the .N!...rs I

gaWn over this timne hljst year '"lhe :tnw wk. "" h nue estn rhl
July picnic. Invitations will be ex- i oer ln. tillme last 'eeI M- rr -a'1k Uf. 11lie ca n h ie
tended to all neighboring towns. The encuragig rort -comes fom tlhe E p. Id "Cr by rtiy 'an11' ejts ne t,
beact is the Mecca of all Floridians wrth league leaders. se his h.best. How a M orish pony
these long summer days, and the Daytona Beach Hotel dined fifty-.-ix wlt!l hbave chuckld at the weary
.. + .. .....at. 1. .. a, .. "

When al ts said and done an the
cereal food question the fact remains
that for economy and for re tsa In
health and strength, Quaker Oats
stand irt of all. It is the most pop
alar food in the world among the ood
sold in packages It keeps frah am
iCt indclinitely.

effort to hav
ingfiah. T
ever, bat th
not yet gie
future Legis
to his liking
Daring ti
Newo eac&

w was a Daytnema
ay and favored the-
sr. a M C.Peote.r
arieved in the, i

,e pad a billeI
d on Weduemday
y ap hopnh to atW
r they will espaet
rbey were the gueu,
L A. cF. Porter u

Iee with a pmiem t 6
hsessionof the 1i
loaed Mr. Detwileo r
V every minute, iji
e passed a bill poki
hIe uaare failed, IN.
pb 8er8istt Detuirh
a up hopes but wMh
ilature will eaaet &Ai

ie two months -be

armd totheMia
So-a -anu^.-


THE Ory OUNOJEL has at
JL UndendgES& sween"A
dw Ue My of Dnyj ra iarruretr
tug-sidevalics.ote. t Usele tbe,
beramh b~ AugaUt 4inksnat wMn be-
tated to recover
Colletor of tb' City St

N~isie is hnbyr ive

=,terOf the lAnt
M. Pam.,
Jefte of Voluus
that the same be
that a Anal disCharge-
4daaimistrator wiLh the AamrceasiL< -
may to W.V. soFVNU~
Adaiapistrator ith WillI

Notie Is hbr e given m t atMsix
after date,to-wit: -a thIe AmdayO
198k I willjprew-mt to the Heaesahbk LI
)Ieorory, omnnty Joi*0o; Voimmas
Florla1, my Doaw acoumtasa" a
S final discharge &% executor- oa
o Kliu SmithU.
(Ornoud, Fla., Dec. OWth,IN.

~Fi"4 p.ub Jun. 19; last pub. Ang.?u I
Notie to'Debtors tad Cr edleus
In CountyCourt.
Voiuasia Countr K ate of
u r ella. Heymmsam
kLLU pt-ropr havikegcclaims or denamami
A asainst aw. F-42to of Bearle M g~:
minim, dtwes- di. are Iwrebv ut Ui d to 9W-
sent tbhem to the. kumlgad within the'
time allowed ky law or thbey winl be 1rer
barred B. MEYMANN. citx, .
Daytona, Florida, June Mt,MW

Florida's Oldest Colle
SCollege Academy, and Schools of Music, Expression, Fine Arts
Domestic and Industrial Arts, and Busness.
Carnegie Hall and third men's dormitory now comrlited; electric
lights, steam and furnace heat; large faculty; perfect health coaditloe;
fine gymnusium. athletic fields. to ing, tennis courts, golf links; baseball,
football, and basketball teams champions of Florida i 1909. Nearly a
quarter of a million dollarstndowmnt; expenses moderate; scholarbips
available; Christian, but undenominational; stands for



C For Catalogue Address the President: .
S Wm. F. Blackman, Ph. D., Witer Park, Florida



Clital al- S
Surplus $35(

Stockholders Liability $1i

Actual security to depositors $45

NOTE:-This Bank is Number One on the "E
National Banks in Florida, and No. 187
United States, among over sixty-eight hmu




ionor Roll" of
in the whole
adred National


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wfllbpe( all summer.
^^ iomipeiitein every line. Priest
ttreatment zight. Reference

SL3. Bowz & Co, The Je

SU. J. White was in the city from
L Dpaont, Tuesday.
: *Dr. bouhto, dentistweet end
South Bridge. Peck block, phole 32.
~.Mr. and Mrs. W. B. fhittn-den
il leave next Wednesday for East
Orange, N. J.
SThe wodd floor of the store room
the Atwood Pharmacy has beew
by a cement one.
Mrs. T. 0. Melton returned Mon-
y from DeLand, where she had
-1t-7C visiting her sister, Mrs.

Mrs. J. D. Carmichael was in the
city several days this week from
:Jacksonville where she is making
her lome.
J. A. Bostrom, of Ormond, was in
Sthe city Wednesday and made a
brief but pleasant all at the Gazette-
SNews office.
Dr. and Mrs. E.C. Atwood and
iss Evelyn departed this morning
i t air sub al summer outing at
p Mass.
tnru. W. M. Hankins and children
Sto Bartow, Tuesday. for a
or six weeks' visit with Mrs.
ins' mother at that place.
Ilix -has removed with his
to their dwelling house on
avenue, opposite the public
in order to be near his livery

and Mrs. A. Staples departed
uiuetda r moving for a month or
ZJC weekB' visit north, going first to
tlnd, .Maine, and later to Boston
l Mibford;Ct.
:. The offie at L. G. Lyman's store
1 been nioed to the windows at
Sto rear end of te building, giving
h more light and ventilation for
ike office borce.

| Mr. and Mrs. C. Nash are ago
'at home on Volusia avenue, havi
retired lT4hraday afternoon froi
i we"k' visit with their daught
-re;C. C Stewart,. and family
L. Thompson arrived fr
Cuba. Tueqday.morning and is w
Itis parent, Mr. and Mrs. Laure
ompon, at Daytona Beach.
fTlompson expects to remain
uawnisur and possibly longer.
W. G. Nash, junior member
tlhe firm of C. Nash & Son, will t
e of men and material to L
SMonday, to construct a la
for irrigating purposes in
egaimge grove at that place.
Y 'Young's Pharmacy for Cobs.
Si- v. BeHerman G. Porter, Dist
&pineaent of the Jacksonv
iWi t ~ M. E. church, recently i
-the property on Cypi
e, owned by Mrs. W. At
amnbie of Coronado.
S -oara 2 cents, all style of sh
^imeets, with work left and cat
1 at Daytona Steam Laundry.
fer ;cand Mrs. L. H. Cutten w
Y t ehts of Mr. and Mrs. L
mon the beach from Satui
-;iu- Monday evening and wer
S:.Si mate as to find a turtle's
which they secured 280 e
Sf one28 will call for your el
? and pressing. 0. S. Burnett
L IM. Nichols returned Tune
from a month's vacation s!
1 a .home at Hendersonville
l4 points in North Carolina.
jpi u his position as telegr
i' at the F. E. C. Ry. de
or 6 domes "666" will care
Chills and Fever: Price
L.K. U RAi and two c
Miami, who have bee
Ioraboat two weeks, v
_XMr Hadfield's me


*Watches and jewelry left with
eo.. OClark for repairs are always
promptly and satisfactorily done.

Mrs. IL S. Hunt visited in New
Smyrna over Sunday.
Judge J. Lee McCrory of De-
Land, was a Daytona visitor Wed-
!je and Thursday.
Mr Katherine Millar departed
ednesday morning for New York,
where she will spend the summer.
Miss Susie Byne, who has been
siting relatives and friends in this
ity and vicinity, returned to Miami

Marcus Endel, State Superinten-
dent of the Endowment Rank, K. of
P., was in the city from Jackson-
vlalast week writing up insurance.
Mrs. Wm. Jackson and daughters,
the Misses Madalene, Eva and Isa-
belle, and Miss Esther Maley, Mrs.
Jackson's sister, departed Monday
for Bendersonville, N. C.
Samuel B. Wilson, the county tax
assessor, was in Daytona Monday.
Mr. Wilson has just bought an E-M-
F touring car and drove it over from
DeLand on its maiden trip.
Maj. and Mrs. J. D. C. Morris and
the Misses Bingham are sojourning
on the beach, having taken posses-
sion of the McLaren cottage last
Saturday. Col. Bingham joins them
Mrs. F. M. Davidson and daugh-
ter, Mrs. W. S. Rodgers, left for
Hendersonville, N. C., last Monday
morning, to join Mrs. C. M. Brewer
and children, who preceded them
some weeks ago.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Shear were
bidding good bye Tuesday to Dr. J.
O. Scofield, an old friend from Co-
coa, who was leaving for New York
State for the summer, after a brief
sojourn on the beach.
Judge J. Lee McCrory accompa-
nied Attorney T. E. Fitzgerald and
family on an automobile trip to
Ponce Park, Thursday morning,
where the Judge had some legal
business to transact.
*Plank's ChiU Tonic for Malaria,
chills, fever, cold and lagrippe. 25e
guaranteed. All druggists. 2-ly

Mrs. C. B. Murphy arrived from
St. Loui., Mo., last Saturday after-
noon in time to attend the funeral
F I-i 1 n- mf

Box paper and writing tablets
at Young's Pharmay.
Miss May Allen went to DeLand
yesterday, where she will visit with
Miss Irene CampbelL
Mrs. B. P. Snmth on Thursday re-
ceived and installed at The Morgan
a new Mason & Hamlin piano.
Mis Mary Stones left for Titus-
ville on Tuesday or an extended
visit with relatives and friends.
tStop at Our Stere and examine
the "Fireles Cookers."
Mrs. C. R. Simonds of Jackson-
ville, arrived Thursday evening for
a visit with relatives and friends in
Daytona and Holly Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Schmidt and
baby daughter expect to leave next
Monday morning for Brooklyn, N.
Y., where they will probably sped
the summer.
The partial eclipse of the sun,
said to be visible here about sunset,
Thursday, proved to be a total one,
caused by a heavy bank of storm
clouds at the time.
Dr. N. H. Clark will leave to-
morrow night for Atlanta, Ga., to
attend the convention in that city of
the American Association of Opti-
cians. He expects to return Friday
of next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Prevatt, cousins of
Ed. Sullivan, who have been stop-
ping on the beach for a couple of

weeks, left yesterday for
ange, en route to their

Port Or-
home in

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Roxby were
among the number leaving Monday
morning for Hendersonville, N: Cd
They will spend the summer at Ed-
neyville, in the mountains near
Mrs. A. H. Ha lteld and daughter,
Mrs. Murray Foltz, departed Thurs-
day morning to spend the summer
at Chicago, Milwaukee and else-
where. Mr. Foltz accompanied
them to Jacksonville, returning in
the evening.
Miss Mary Byne arrived from Mi-
Sami Thursday for a visit with rela-
tives and friends here. She is at
present with Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Byne on Fairview avenue. It is
two years or more since Miss Byne
last visited here.

Mrs. Mary Duck has returned

Live Oak Chapter No. 1, O. E. ,
will hold a picnic at the Big Tree,
St. John's Day, June 24.
Mrs. J. D. Maley returned yester.
day from New York, where she has
been for several weeks. Mr. Malegj
met her at Jacksonville.
B. F. Lee and family returned
Wednesday from Liingston, Al,
accompanied by- Mrs. Lees brother
and sister, Miss Lula and Jerry
Battle, who will remain with them
for about two months.
At Allenhurst, at the Hanlover,
preparations are being made for a
big Independence Day celebration
on Monday, July 5th, in which Ti-
tusvilleand other towns will join.
Daytona will be rep-esented.
The excursion to Jacksonville,
Thursday while not so largely pa-
tronized as has generally been the
case, carried about three hundred
Daytonians, quite a number of them
white, to the metropolis for an
Miss Maggie Fagan, of Gaines-
ville, arrived Wednesday and is vis-
iting with Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Car-
roll on north Beach street. Miss
Fagan is a niece of Mrs. Carroll
and a sister of Lonny Fagan, who
is employed in the Carroll grocery.
The experimenting of oiling the
roads is being tried on the South
Bridge street, from the bridge ap-
proach to Peninsular drive, Daytona
Beach. J. N. Gamble is furnishing
the crude oil for the test, and the
bridge company is applying it. On
this account the South Bridge has
ben closed all the week.
Hough & Bond completed the
foundations for the water tower
about the middle of the week and
the pipe laying gang, having put in
the piping on Beach street from
Bay to Fairview and on the inter-
secting streets between, returned to
Beach street, Wednesday, and com-
pleted the section from Magnolia to
Bay and are now at work on Volusia



Tie Oamen Until the Tenth Inning,
When Daytona Came in

U- t ur rma er r. u.. u5 o -u, .- -a With Flyin Colors.
SDaytona Beach, and left again Wed- fr the beach and is again located it
ter. nesday afternoon on her return at the Troy House whereher daugh- The ball game of Thursday after- x
at north ter, Miss Minnie Duck, and Mrs. noon between Sanford and Daytona 8
Louise Loyd, who are still occupy- was a very interesting one and re- i
om exall Cedar Flakes, moth pre- ing the cottage on the beach, will suited in a victory for the home
ith tentative. For sale at Young's- join her next week. team with a score of 3 to 2.
ee Pharmacy. Mr T F Williams ed The Daytona Club was short sev- (
a ., rs. c. r. ell s Feceive(,
Mr. C4l. W. M. Shaffner has recentlyiThursday, a handsome Kranich & eral of its regular players and sub-
all had part of his fine property lying ach parlor grand piano for the stituted some of the boys from the
west of the city waterworks plant on special use of the little Misses Dora second team.
o Magnolia avenue, underbrushed and Ror, btoy Barnes, as usual, did good
of l ,r m and Norma, both of whom arex- ex *.work behind the bat and Waiter
ke cleared up, greatly improving the cellent musicians, Norma being behnd the bat and alter
ake appearance, although fire, which ula i bRogers, although united as a a
escaped thecontrol of the workmen, particularly gifted. pitcher, made a very creditable
rge did some damage in places to the A letter recently received by Mrs. showing in that position, but it is
an timber. M. J. Holmes from Mrs. John Bly- generally conceded that to Kenneth
myer at Chattanooga, stated that Heath belongs the honor of saving
'5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any Mr. Blymyer was resting very com- the game to Daytona by his good
rict case of Chills and Fever. Price 25. fortably and the doctor encouraged play as short stop and his heavy
Frle 46-3mos her to hope that they would be able batting.
.ur- W. F. Ashe, of the Ashe Disin- to return to Daytona in about two At one time with no outs and two
ess fectant Co., of Tampa, was in the weeks' time. men on bases Sanford was shut out
s goodofruns for theinningbyrquick
ber- city last Saturday, arranging for the Mayor Greene ran down a horse of rns for the innin by quick
handling of their goods, a adver- that was running at large yesterday play r r plate
tisement of which will be found on o a the and first base, and in the first inning
rs the fourth page of this issue and in- nerm t i aile toea Heath knocked a two bagger that
lled th orpage ti tree near the city hall. While the
tf eludes Chlorides, a great disinfect- Mayor was busy in his office a fewom eco base
ant. Ratsault and Roachpepper. Mr. te afterwards half of the tenth inning
Ashe is not a stranger to Daytona, ith the horse and thus saved ith the game tied, two outs and
day having resided on Orange avenue, the ipoundin fee. two strikes heomade one of the ihav
y with his family, winter before last. iest bits ever done on the diamond
e so The Ladies' Thursday Afternoon bringing Roy Barnes from first base
nest CFor Sale.-Model M Cadillac in ridge Club held a pleasant meet- safely home. Kenneth is a good
ggs. good condition. F. J. Niver. 4-4t ing at the home of Mrs. G. A. Klock steady player, one of the best on the
ean- Mr. and Mrs. B. Mason, who have on Second avenue this week. The team, and a heavy slugger at the
.tf been in the city for some time, stop- meeting of next week has been bat and the boys are generously
ping with Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Shoe- postponed and the club will hold proud of his good work of Thursday.
&day maker on Third avenue, departed its next session the week following Daytona scored one run in the first
pent Saturday afternoon for Hastings,! with Mrs. 0. W. Stevens and Mrs. inning and one in the second, while
and to visit for a short time before going M. J. Holmes on North Beach street. Sanford made one run in the second
ap on to Jacksonville, where they will o. E. Sebring arrived from his and another in the seventh, tying
mP make their home, having purchased home at Sebring, Ohio, Thursday the game until the last half of the
pot. a beautiful lot at Riverside, upon evening and win remaining tona tenth inning when Daytona scored
any which they are preparing to erect a over Sunday looking after business again.
25c residence. Being so close, they will interests. Mr. Sebring and family W. M Hankins umpired the first
os no doubt be more or less frequent last winter in Los Aneles, five innings and then retired owing
visitors to Daytona. California, but did not like the cli- to a bad headache, his place being
chil- taken by Percy Rodgers.
Sin *Latest sheet music 1c at Wray's. mate. Hereafter the family will taken by Percy Rodgers.
iit 4-3t occupy their Daytona winter home. Considering the shortage of regu-
lar players and the consequent shift-
)ther In the church notice, last week. Mrs. E. P. Quarterman and Miss ling of positions the Daytona boys

Had Jolly Party Aboard The
Yacht Sweetheart Last
C. 'G. Burgoyne entertained a
party of about twenty old veterans,
both Union and Confederate, aboard
his handsome yacht Sweetheart last
Sunday. The yacht was appropriately
decorated with blue and gray bunt-
ing intertwined.
Half or more of the number
boarded the Sweetheart here at the
starting time, 10.00 a. m, and the
balance joined the party on arrival
at the Port Orange bridge.
At Live Oak Point the Sweetheart
was anchored and a bountiful and
appetizing repast was served to the
old iwar horses, who thoroughly
showed their appreciation of it.
The time was pleasantly spent in
war-time discussions and anecdotes
of the old days, in which the host
joined heartily with his guests.
Mr. Burgoyne, who is himself a
veteran of the civil war, has been
generous in his treatment of the lo-
cal G. A. R. organization, Joe Hooker
Post, and his entertainment of its
members and other old soldiers, and
naturally holds a warm place in
their hearts.
The following is a list of those
on board:
C. G. Burgoyne, Co. D, 5th Pa.
Cav M. 0. Briggs, Co. C, 8th Wis.
Inf.; John Schrader, Co. A, 47th Ill.;
I. O. Gesner, 2nd O. Reserves; T. J.
Smith, Sergt. Major, 20th Ind. V. I.;
W. R. Buel, Co. F. 92nd 0. ol. Inf.;
S. Bennett, Co. B. 8th Fla.; F. Mon-
tague, 1st Sergt. Bat. E, 3r I U. S.
Art.;; C. H. Mansfield, Co. K, 33rd,
Mass.; J. H. Futch, Co. D, 25th Ga.
Inf.; G.W. Appenzeller, Co. E, 116th
lid.; J. F. Vas-, Co. C, 2nd Fla;
Inf.; G. O. Scott, Co. A, 8th Mich.
Cav.; E. Dillingham, Co. M, 1st IT.
S. Ca.; G. B. Seaman, 7th R. I.
Squadron; A. E. Mason, U. S. S.
ShipiNew Ironsides; E. A. Richards,
Co.C, 10th N. H. V. Inf; G. H.
Mathews, Co. A, 2nd Mass. Cav.;
I. J. Wells, Co. F, 4th Fla.; W.V.
Carter, Sturdivant's Bat. Va. Lt. Art.;
G. W. Rich, Kilcrease, Fla., Lt. Art.;
T. H Cave, Co. B, 44th Ills.

Children's Day.
The Children's Day celebration
at the First Baptist Church last
Sunday morning was quite interest-
ing and entertaining. The exercises
werO held at 10:00 o'clock in the
Sunday School room, which was
tastefully decorated with trailing
vines, interspersed with hibiscus
blossoms. The exercises consisted
principally of songs and recitations
and everyone present was presented
with a souvenir of the occasion by
the Sunday School superintendent.

Juliet Got the Light.
At a small seaport town a star ac-
tress of the third magnitude appeared
as Juliet.
"I cannot do justice to myself," she
said to the manager, "If I do not have
a limelight thrown on me when I ap-
pear at the balcony."
"We ain't got no limelight, miss, but
I think we could get you a ship's blue
light," replied the obliging manager.
and to this the lady agreed.
The lad who went to the shop to buy
the blue light brought back a signal
rocket, which was given to him by
mistake. The prompter took the rock-
et i good faith.
Romeo-He jests at sears who never
felt a wound.
(Juliet appears. Prompter lights a
"But. soft! What light through yon-
der windows breaks?"
This was the match lighting the
"Arise. fair sun"'
Te sun or, r ather, the rocket, did
rtsel with a terrific hiss. Juliet was
knocked off the balcony, the fly bor-
deri were set on fire, and the theater
wat filled with a sulphurous smoke.
whtie the audience, which was fortu-
nately a small one, made a stampede
to the doors.
Since then "Romeo and Juliet" has
always been looked upon in that town
s a dramatic work that could not be
witnessed without personal danger.-
London Express.
The Foiler Foiled.
Recently one young man bet another
that he could not break an egg place4i
on the floor of their room by hitting it
with a barrel. The second young man
promptly took the bet.
Thereupon the first young man care-
fully placed an egg in a corner of the
room, just where the walls made a

and Third' B w i
to cmp"ete t .. |
evening. The .Kirh-n
local organization a
Lodge, which is stedilyWar
numbers and auyudaily.

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Mattress fMM er
Mattresses Remade withe. M, Ba :
c.ushols umae soolder.
Shop on N. Beach t. near RabertS
Blacksmith beop.



Complete Gas Plants Installed.

Plumbing and Heating Supplies.

Brass and Galv. Pipeand Fittings.

Fairbanks & Morse Engines & Pumps.

Niagara Hydraulic Rams.

Ireland Pipe Wrenches.

JOE 04


Phone 96.

NE, The

II Orange Avenue.


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

Physician aridSurgeon
Special attention given to Diseases o
the Eye and Pitting of GlMasae. Ofiee
over Globe clothing store. Oee hours
7 to a. m. I to3:00p.m.,7to 8:60 p.m.
Ilomeopathic Physician
No. 453 North Beach Street.
Office Hours, 12:30 to 2:30 and 6:00
to 7:30.
Telephone No. 122.


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

Fitzgerald & Oates
Attorneys at Law
Special Attention to Exnainihg and
Perfecting Land Titles.
Conrad Block, DAYTONA, FLA.

arv D. Landis

Bert Fish

Attorneys at Law
Practcing In all State and Federal
Courts Civil or Criminal business giv-
en careful attention. Special facilities
for investlgtng and perfecting titles.
Deland, Florida.

Volusia County Abstrat. Investment
and Title Insurance Company.
Abstracts furnished and titles perfeet-
ed. Map. Plats and Blue Prints sup-
plied Bert Fish, Pres; Carey DI. Lands,
'yand Tres. Opposite Volusla Co.
Bank, DeLand, Fla.

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

Sffics DAYTONA and
Ices MIAMI, FLA. -

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

S. i GOVE Daytona Private lios-
Architect Builderpital and Sanitarium
Architect Builder an Everyfacility forthe proper treatment
Contractor and re of medicaland arical cases.
Contractor lectral appliances; trie4 nurse
i quiet surrounding. pe attention
Residence and office, northeast cor- given to all auendn T trS O atpplt-
ner Ridgewood and Volusiaave. ." r BEr A ODatona.
Phone 89. Daytona, Fla. F pte a in Charge.
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SSan Mateo Cigars

Have Made

A Reputation of

: Their Own.
SThe success of the San Mateo Cigar is one of
the greatest industrial triumphs of the East Coast .
" since the freeze.



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0a3fs** rapmeosmm Beach. Mnd th e bet when allowed to
One of Daytomsa crowning glories is fatally on greea gnms with
her inomp ble beach. No one who PI Iy ai water. Until two
ever set foot .-pon its smooth, packed uS o S r atnre provide a ft, wool-
eands; no one who ever pedaled a bi- ItO el ain~. Afterward tim matu
cycle over its expense; no one who ever d whe r appears, to behe
drove a prancing pair of horses and list- smh ia w handsome. Full grown,
ended to the popping of their steel shoes uh are immensely strong, with wide
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one quamte, powerful legs and a great
who ever steered a high-power automo width and depth over the heart and
bile down the broad stretch of wave- lungs. And, as Bengle wrote li 1870
washed and surf-packed sand but real- In his "Tur In Shetland" "The
ized thatit is a world-beater, a world- hetland pony is the most lovable of
wonder. Go stand upon this wide as In the wide creation. They
ay and he hap souls f are sprightly and active as terrners
speedway and see the happy souls fit fsuo ooted as mules and patient as
by in joyous mood, and answer whether donkeys. The horse is accredited as
this is not one of the seven modern the noblest of the lower animals, and
wonders, the Shetland pony stands at the head
The P Adcid. Peld d Hafe River. of this noble race as the most intelll-
Where think you is water with more gent and faithful of them all."
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a The great value of the Shetland to
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta. the coal miners lies in Its ability to
tion,. artistic cottages with roomy ve- work in the low glories in thin
randa's looking out upon her bosom, seamed pit, heir brother p oes not
gamey food fishes in countless numbers correspond with their diminutive pro-
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod portions, and they will travel thirty
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck miles a day in the seams, drawing
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds, from twelve to fourteen hundred-
which sit about as if for the sport of weight. Iruderground their lot I
bobbing upon her waves; watch that hard, but use becomes second nature.
lubberly old white headed pelican poweh and they are treated, If roughly, not
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk Eti,.g- unkindly.--t James' Gazette.
gling upward with his floundering load How Pike Kill Perch.
he snatched from the water. From careful observation I am sat.
See the beautiful launches, spick and isfied that pike kill their prey before
span, their hampers and lockers bulging swallowing them, and they do this by
with refreshments both solid an I liquid holding whatever fish they have s-
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful cured cross -ays in their powerful
surfa. Take out your field glass jaws for some time before bolting it.
surface Takeout your fieldglssand I once watched a pike hold a perch in
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to this way for twenty minutes, and then
Ponce Park light house, then say he moved off out of sight, but from
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of five to ten minutes is the usual time.--
beauty and a joy forever, and one of W. H. Armistead in "Trout Waters,
the modern wonders. Management and Angling."
The Pjc--tlt.iy Picturesque Ridgewood.
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of Insomnia and Alarm Clocks.
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies, The patient complained o Insom a.
and the wide-spreading branches of the once," said the physician.
heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their The patient stared.
giant arms across this magnificent vista, "I mean It What time do you waken
forming an arch, and from these extend- usually in the night?!"
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss "Two o'clock lately."
sway as the trade winds from tropicseas "Set the alarm for fifteen minutes
fan them. Looking straight ahead down before 2. As soon as it strikes, get
this white shell street one has the im- up, dress for the day and take a walk
of not less than two miles. Do not go
preesion of a fairy path with elfirh dra- to bed agalir that day under any r
series, but as you move along and cast cumstances, nor take a nap, even sit-
an eye first to the right and then to the ring in your chair.
left you see distinguished cottage homes "The next night set the alarm at a
in the most delightful settings. quarter past 2. You will sleep until it
maraltB y t Our Cettage Ime wakens you. Get up as before and
Stake another two mile walk.
No one of Daytona s attractions, per- 'The third night you cau' venture to
haps, commands more nearly universal set your alarm at 3. It:peat the walk.
attention and praise than does the artis- If you are not ( ured by that time, you
tic cottage. The owners of thesecharm- will be a more difficult case than any
ing villas hail from every corner of the I have had heretofore, but If the habit
country and they bring their own archi- of lying awake Is not broken begin
tectural plans and build upon them.and back at 2 o'clock again and repeat."-
as the architecture of one section of the New York Press.
country differs from the architecture of
1 m h Wonderful.
another so do our homes differ in out- Two sailors noticed that a shark wau
Two sailors notleed that a shark was
ward appearance and structural beauty following their ship. Not knowing
from one another. There are no monoto- how to get rid of It, they threw a
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings chair overboard.
but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated The shark swallowed this. but still
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps followed.
the mind wondering "What next?" The sailors then threw a box of or-
Sreets em eadest anges overhoard to It.
The shark swallowed this and still
Why the Architect of the Universe followed.
ebose to give to Daytona the most ad- The men seemed completely beaten
mirable, the most picturesque natural for a moment what to do un-f one of
setting of all the cities of the South is them said that those on board should
not revealed but that such is a fact draw lots for who had to satisfy the
must be-apparent to the most superficial shark.
observer. With such lavish wealth of It fell to an old woman. So the sail-
ors tos.e-d her overboard, and the
natural beauty it became an easy thing shark ate ner at overboard, and tete.
for the hand of man to give the little This did not content the fish, which
finishing touches which have brought a1il followed. So the saflors harpoon-
out the colors and outlines of the big ed It and dragged It on board.
picture. On opening It they found to their
Man did all this in the laying out of surprise the old woman sitting on the
the streets with their wide margins of chair selling oranges "'three a penny."
package, the entire city becomes a --earson's Weekly.
great park The sight Hand Seats.
And as for pavements, pavements The Philadelphia Record quoted an
that look and act like granite,-where observant street car conductor to the
else between the eastern and western effect that the right hand seats are all-
seas are so many miles in proportion to ways filled first. He could not account
inhabitants? Till some unheard-of for this except on the theory that, a I
place reports more and better, Daytona most persons are right handed and ac-
e et cstomed to turning to the right. it
throws down the gauntlet to the world. might be simply force of habit.
Sqdrreis, Frwers ras s ruits. .... ... .

...s ,ere ,oler probable reason
Whatever one's shortcomings and which he did not think of," says the
however indifferent or eve. callous one Record. "It is generally believed that
may be to many things, the mere men- the right side of a car is safer. An
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds and old traveler once said to the writer:
fruits" will send a thrill that is reflected 'In traveling always sit In the middle
in distended pupils and pricked ears. of a car and on the right hand side.
For every visitor with a spare "goo- The riddle is safer than the ends in
ber" there is a bunny ready to come out a collision, and the right side is not
e" the is a bunny ready to come out likely to be "side swiped" by project- !
and accept your gift. He will sit bolt g objects on trains as y yet-
upright and gnaw into the meat. casting hicles passing on the adjacent track."
furtive, saucy glances at you meanwhile.
Flowers Usually fresh and blooming Observations on Baldhead.
the year 'round. In one yard roses of "If you care to observe the bald-
variagated hues predominate, another headed row," remarked the theater
has a penchant for the poinsettia and goer, "you will find that there Is great
the premises are aflame; another is hid- variety in baldheads. There are ellip-
den in a jungle of tall cane. tlcal bald spoltq circular bald spots,
The birds flit inand with their joyous elongated egg shaped bald spots, bald
otes help to give fuand ith their joyous spot that are almost square and bald
notes help to give ullness and symme- spots whose shape can hardly be de-
try to the pictu ascribed for the reason that they n.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, Day- elude the entire circumference of the
tona yields the palm to none for quality head, with the exception perhaps of a
and quantity per acre. There are scores. light row of finishing fringe between
of citrus groves in proximity to the city, the head and the neck. If It wasn't for
branches bending to the earth with their the baldheads the theater would be a
burdens of luscious golden globe bore before the rising of the curtat.',
bud--New York Press.
The Fastest Autes Aad The Fkiest out.
Here is where world's records for speed Coce ont co e
are broken with every recurring season. ld The concrete stairs of Colemet r
Autos the biggest, the fastest and the n .IU ...^- -.- .... .i---

Seven Wonders

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AINU LOWKERS--i. tie myofilcla -digature, ad seal this
Taking the Step. Mix one part ASHE'S CHLORIDES thelldayofJune A. D.IM sar n t
It happened while a marriage was with 75 parts water. Bathe poultry in Ierk utCourt Vau ounty,Floda.
being celebrated. The bridegroom did this same solution and it will rid them
not have the usual happy, bashful of all Insects.
look. Instead he seemed to be profound- WHEN SCRUBBING AND CLEANING Flrt pub. June last p B July 10) .CO
ly unhappy and fidgeted about. stand- A little in the water keeps fleas and the Il AeApP cIm WT er TaxDed4
ing Afrt on one foot and then on the sma'ler forms of vermin out of the house U1der Smcths 8 t Chaper 4888 -
other. and polishes walls, wood floors, and fur- Laws of Feraita.
So patent was his state of mental n. nature and makes a healthy, pleasant Notteiis hereby given that L. K. ave N
quiet that the "best man" deemed It odor in your hon,. puredass f June A.Dx OlUall WI da ld (BRANCH OP VOLUSIA OWSTr BARK) .
expedient to elucidate the mystery WHEN WASHING certineatte in my lee, and has made aiU-
cation for tax aced to ia e In acomnhume Capital Stock .......................................
"Hae ye lost the ring?" he solicitously A table-poonful softens the water., loos- with law. Said certl cate embraces the
Inquired. i ens the dirt. whitens the clothes and following described property situated ta Surplus and Profits .................... 55
"No," answered the unhappy one. makes with a woeful look: "the run's saf and prevents chapping and cracking. N8ees, a t14 b asssoa t Four per cent interest paid on Savings accosu t d Tia e
enough, but. man. I've lost my en- FOR THE BATH-. date.otttmaetal Ih tificates of Deposit. No notice required for Mwid
nameof unknown. Unless said certificate
thuslasm."-London Scrap. A little of AHLE S CHLORIDES in shall be redeemed according to law, .
the water prduces;a mos t excellent skin deed wll9 thereonuathendayofJur Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.
tonic, removes blackheadsandacts A D., 19. Witness my social signature
Impressetonic, rd.es black heads and acts as and seal this the 11day of June of A D.,'..0
Imrt aemde sa skin beiautifier. You feel thoroughly io..
"I appear to have made something .refreshed und invigorated. t8AL) SAM'L D. JORDAN,
of an Impression on that man over FLIES AND MOSQUITOES. OlerkOrcultCourt.ValmuaaCounty,Florlda.
there," remarked a young lady at a Flies will leave a house mosquitoes
wedding party. "He has been looking will not ent a where se and mosquitLR Notice es Stck older
at me ever since Iarrived." D!-S. areihh,.TrllVn..ed.-.
"If you mean that one with the ar nAImeeting of the stoc olders of the Pek-
black"If you mean hehe'sthat one wieth the n-SINKS, DRAINS AND CESSPOOLS. Hendricks (omm F a loridacorporation,
black mustache, he's the detectIve en- iPoura little of AIlE S CHLORIDES willbeheldat tleseC of the company at
gaged to look after the presents!" sail in rinks. itrai it antI 'esHpools It de- Dat F.toda. M. ayJue .8
a Mriend. in zl ,I drN*n 1 a0.pools It d- m t e X. LW AL. TM CARD No. 78. LA
a frend., stroys all disease germs and cleanses it H41AX1 HA16HON. .
the pipes. a5cretary. No.5 2AINN s Ee
Very Little Change. I",TI'KS..FIF li..,N HRoRME,8 DAILY DAILY MAIN DAILY SAWll
"it's three years since I was in this at II.. t' ., lt, 4 4 p00pa 930 am v..Jackamv.ll..JA 7rim S a
city," aild a stranger In a restaurant Mix on,.- p:irt t- tw. utn p:rtrsw wter. Al- LOW BEACH a S 27 pm Ul 56 m -...At. V W am
as lie wasq walking out after finishing it- i.tt r -ru4ih to har. LOW TIDES on the BEACH a S _paS ,,_1 pm o ..... ktoms .... 3 a
his dinner; "-Ity looks the same." ~~;, if,ti-,- m,.,r. -- ..- fre ok-M I 55 s Pm pm a.iV .New .mya. em
"I don't find much change!" respond- -1 o r.. s f ,o..,s cattle. ho.gs, MAY I WE JULV 20 0 lOCp -- .- SS
ed the walter as he took up the nickel 0 to 43 pm 41 pm ... ooa...a...:A42m4 9w -.
that was left on the table. USE ASHE'S ROACHPEPPER ... I0... ...10:45......Il.22......11"31... 12 p 4 pm n .va .. G -trip 2
...pm15727....m.... pm
---- -lo k.ep vo.,r house free of Roaches. ... -2 **..... 120....12:&. .0SSm pm SLv MeimaSns.... mpm 1 US
Quite Handy. Ants. Mth. :anl Silver Bugs Poultry ... -.....125 I' .. ...12:44..... 1- pm l v.. 3L Ie.pm. Sa m mlSP pm
"The autominblle Is a great Instltu- %ill "ot l)e injured hby (ating insects ... ...1... 1: 1:.2.3.2----19-. a 2d -Uo p.:mi ......M W...- 6 3m 11s S L a
"-""kille itiAshe's l thpepper.'... ... 1:85 ......2.W ......2:39... 840 .. aL .....110.......

creditor heaves Into sight."-Louisville 1..r sale lv -, ,,- ... 10...... 4:38...... 6 38. ... 7:25... *Sainday. Tuesday and Thuredays, Knights Key and Key Wen
Courier-Journal.. F. -11I.1E.Daytona. la ...11...... 5:40...... 7:47.... 8:33.. tMond YsWednesdays anFridaysarrival and departres at g
u ( 'IOT IA 1 N,m ound. Fla. ...12...... 6:52..... 8:53..... 9t39... E -
SATTI 1.1 (A & (ilt, Port Orange, la. ...13... ... 802.... 9:57... ...10:40... PALATKA BRANCH
Brave Reply. C h ', t a -t ... 9:12.1057... ..11:36.. L Eastv EA PALATKA TO AriveILeave PALAA TOlA
The Sunday School Teacher-And PALATA ao l a I ALAIK
now, children. can you tell me, when 0 ...16.......1:15 ..... 52...... 1222... .....
17.0. ....12-.522..2.2.. 0 .... :1. aI a No___ --- 35 an-Sam
Balaamand his ass conversed, what ...Lega... 4...12 ..N.12:43.... 1:41.. am -..No. 1 DauyT-- 5 m 7do ..s.....So. a t."... .
Ia .gage they spoke In? Little Harry a ...... :5...... :2.... .. m .........- -N-am n m-- ...... .. n
lVTreen.-Pleases.Asya ge rlan.-Bellman.la ...190..... .I0A... 1 ...2:145...... 20.M.. PanT 2 1 D. am a m X .YMA
Fir-I pu d. .cuIyu- tte: ,mt pub.whny ...21.... 1.3... 3:15. 4.. 3 : 0p5...... 1-0... a No. 110 Day ...... e 6
A Real Tumbler.. w 2-. "32... ... 4:41.pno Daly..- 6pmp.......
...l6......02.......43..No. 1.eI...y4:1 5m 700p i U im
"I saw a goblet today made of Citation of Administration. ...2a...... 4:50...... 5 2 4..... .24.
bone." I1n s4uin. lll2 t ...24... ... 5:40....... 6:11..... 6-09... -SAN MATEO BRANCH
"P(haw! I saw a tumbler made of nlnHia. ,t.-.t, .'unje Barr 25...... ... 633.. 702...... 7:03... eeaveAsT EAST PALATKA TO Arrive Sa Leave S SAN oMAIO sO EAST
lesh and blood last night." [I NT:E .1I.E .(F s .c tT: ...26...... 72726 7...... 8)00... Priatka SAN MATEO MateoA Mateo PA-Aea PA aLAKA
"Whaere?"n:d lno l ...g hha:, ,up s,,-I T ...27 ....... 8:18. 8:53..... 9.02...
"At theA rcus."r oir irin tliat hl-t- 2 ...2. ... 909...... 9:58.. .... :01... 8 30 a .....No. 103 Dally....... 850am 9 00 ....a... N. M .E as
At te ircua g.o Cit .iu oo I statiof ...29... ... 9:55.....1038... ...10:58 3pm .....No. 107 Dally.._ 340pm s pm .... 45
Abon. ,-', Wr. *',, :-'t- 4*; I1 !t <'Utit f ...o(4 ...30 .. .10:42.. ..117... ....11:19.. -
Of noise alone is born the inward M It -rit:-at31. .. ...... 6.. o. i ...31..... i... ...a...D... ............11:56... 1
sense of silence, and from action :..iini .i: Daty | Daly .Daily Daily Dy" Baa
springs alone the Inward knowledge of I.f' :ai -'.sr-. 31 s 4t anlitaa.-islh FOreDolon and m afternoon tides are ap- 7 1 pm *o pm p. 4 10 pm 2 0 0pm! 92D amLy..Jacksovll.4e 0am aa 3
true love and falth.-MacDonald. iof.Pto im taely tah rs, proximately at the same hour. Auto. 7 "0pm s o pm 240 pa 1000 amLv. Pablo BeaebLV6l54amS s am I soe opm
u t (.11, noi l.r 1201h.w vorf.ul mobiles can be driven on the beach two 1 la 5I aamU OS U v Atsamec. a g
\t.te..i- *I..za.i tl!, .th .:'o.t.. i;, i :,,, tlh.t hours-after high tide and within two ,yam 710om a.o pm 1020 oamAr...Maort....Lv 5Sm a..a ram a
Vit. n:; > r.s.tt.-l as. fr.si hours of high tide ct ... .. ... w. ..a
r I '.l. t ii |li.: -ao h :.h w. ,, ', ,r & ,,,O., S. --. .. ... S ... i4 -5pm 13a m L.55 ... Ueo.L tr101Wpm 6 s po -. ..A z .... o
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"NO I E T*I NO *-'' :ESIDhlr.. l t7 OP FR WOF LOCAL TOM CARD O ltOTraM D N ama M M i OA-MAGHMC.
ac ts't'-n r',,t s -`.io'Fit I ula .Jltl lh'Jul ('ir- rAti?,3a3.I iPasiNgl Agm T AlsJrI.sVC FL4Ull
,Oyye IN i*' I\t'i1lty.

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---- '._ t t ~ -Ada ema tra er Natie .
How She Wheedles and Bullies the Al perseomav a helais
Poor Man Creature. Every household ia Daytona Shoulda ainstthe sest ofte 1 V l111t
An woman gradually Impressed uponu )Wo e tb k t ot re f; :
As we radmy Apad u Kanow How to Resist it. hereby noSaed to le s thftseins wt
man the futility of strutting around in the undersind whtda as meiMhs fri
finery and the necessity of being prac- ,The Ink aches because the kidney te or the s mll be b ed er
tcally useful his garb has become more are blockaded. Ad-_A-nA *tt1 .
and more sober and workaday n ap- Help the kidneys with their work.
aance. Ethnologats tell us that Thebank will che no more. Nowthatthe le
the decorations of primitive man were Lots f p f that han's Kidney Pil; (First pb. Je la st pub. Jlyt.)
Intended to actinate feminine eyes, Lots f profthatin'sKidneyPi Nodsti. fo Tpa r T
but woman presently began to make dUi thi..
t clear that she was not hunting for I'. tl .- h.-.t proof. fur it comes fro Umder Sect(eI l t m 4888,8 8to
a fine, showy article," but something )liayton1.. yourm oer.
solid and plain and useful, warranted .1 H. C(',rop.r. MSI Il av.. formerly of Notiee tl hereby ven that J. R. Weth-
S" ,erell, purtraaer of Tax Oerttlck 164, NO.15
to stand wear and tear. As for the or- i);t tin. F;o..-; -a.vs: "l-ean slieak in behalf dad therd day of Juner, A. D. N. has
namental role, she was going to repre- ,,f D i,,' Ki i.li-y ills from ewrionl ex- aled aid tertlaeate in my okce, and has
made application for tax deed to lasue
sent the family herself In that line. ,periernlce. I:H-ka-he elun-g to me for a In accordance with law. ad Ce te iet to
In fact, when one reflects how man Ing tie and th.re was a sore- maces thedollowing de bed t
tilm and there> was a sore- situated in Vohufaou ar Flor lt;-0 tt
has been stripped of gauds and whee- Nort ,is ,d kidneys. o~ot 4 3BlekoeLg d. Ud.ate
died out of his flipperies one by one, u u no "" I u avin hayr The isu land being aseemed a the date o
one cannot help feeling a tender pity I o C.h nt st ithth, Jr. Uinltrariad brtlte 4
for this victim of feminine self aggran- I'"in:s dart through it e and when ihalelbe redeemed a cr eed to law, tax
diement. Poor, timid trembler! A .a;tt-pti i r.g lr+ini an re-t pwititionM, d. diJul A no 1the dr ol
vague, general fear of the female sex I woul si;T,-r ititelsely. .M1y kidney witness my racial asignature ad seal y w;
this the lith day of June., A. D, mO. y 1 "-0
haunts him. Afraid of being married weretso wek that I [seemed to have no 'SIeAL) SAU'L D. Jo AN,
against his will. he is circumvented by -c,,,t r,,l v,\er th'e si-retloins and at OterkOlrumt' CourtVolualaOanty.Florida 40w E8sns.
some subtle female creature who makes Ii -lt ii I ; lt) ne Iltlnllin thing
him think that It Is his will to marry, it alss t o r ne. mor nst- thll. (kF first pub. June I ;last pub. July 10)
her. An observer remarks that a man ,, ri ix n t Notice of ApplicaM for ToD FRUITS Right off the Trees
very often in running away from the lenh I lured In Under Secti 8 o Chapter 4888,
right woman runs straight into the hKitei'hy I'll.s nr il .,lajkin drug store U L wr Sf Fnrdi.
arms of the wrong woman. And the 3s 'i t t11, I oIw t "y Msr'seut freNoe Lw V E ETABLE F
wrong woman, that great opportunist. fri kiln.i.y ;rom!l,. I really feel Notpur e er gat of Tax Vte No. cave,dr.L Fr
Is always waiting there to block his te.n yu arvs.;r %utie-.r sii.nt I u.sed liDoann thearddayoftJuneA. D.iW has fied aid
headlong flight and switch it toward Kilh:,. i'il". 18 cartionfor taxdin md oe d bo s aato as
the altar.-New Orleans Times-Demo- For sale 1,y all dealers Price 0 cents ~with gw nid certiate e at the Wriggling from the .
following described property situated In
crat. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole Va tslcoua nty, P loria,-to-wit: W4- -els
of IC 9 of S 1-2 of lot = Hopkins Fitch
An Ey b. agents for-the Fnitrd States. urant 4 acnr The sat land being a sesaed
An Eay Job.at thedateof the uaaneofesch bertteat
Indifference displayed hi the face of lienemter the nanie-Doan's-and inthe name of unknown, Un oles sal cer- 4I CA ED IN THE WORL
the uncertainties and dangers of life is take no otl:er. tfiacute w ll be redeemed accordngto law,
tax deed will Issue thereon the 12 day of
characteristic of the Wessex dweller,- Juyi A. a, IlU. cN VAKI tI IN 1TW AlD 4
wttne!. my offelal signature and seal
in the "Islands of the Vale." according this the ltb dy ofl J n, A. D. a. al
to Eleanor G. Hayden, the author of Ms aIl) BsM'L D. JODOux, .,.
the book of the title, who supports her hL O IiL IUDrkOirultCourtVoluamointy.lorda. ,w n s r-w u .)
statement with a story of humorous
turn. This is the season of the year firstt pub. June 1t2; lat pub. July 10) L r L
Certain cottage and Its old mistress wnen a tttle of good Disinfectant Notice Applicati fr Tax eed L .
had improved so greatly in comfort .ho(uld be in ev-ery house. Are you on Under Sectiso 8 f CIpter 4888 ,
and appearance that a visitor shrewd- guard :again-t Consumption. Malaria, Laws a FIMti.
ly surmised that the son of the hous, W whooping Cough, Scarlet, Typhoid uNote is herebx te No.,s that IA. Cave d
a lay ne'er do well, had turned over and Dangue Fever? he ar day June A. D., nw, has leda sad a
a new leaf. He Inquired about It. ee"S rtCtLeate a mt e DAYTONA BEACH m
"Yen, air, my son's in work now." t"ASHE'S CHLORIDESo" fapplleDtn or tax deed to lam-inA
accordance with law. Saod certificate em-
said the smiling old mother. "Takes lHas the odor and health-giving influ- braces the following described property
good money, he does, too. All he has ence of thet pines, kills all disease germs situated in Vol'usla co Plo dto- t: M s HCinks, Propri e D
to do oI to go twice a day to the circus and makes a healthy. pleasant odor in jFitchnmt ac re. Ti soe sam iuibag s- Are you goimg to spend the summer oB te bead? th
ad put hls head in the lion's mouth. our hm'; pr~eents contagion and in- ened at the date of the lmmce of Ih go to the Daytona Beah
fiction and st (,ps fermentation and decay, eertlfcate In the name ofunkniwn. UnlesM go to theaytoa Beach B L
The rest Of the time he has to him- imittcertileateshall be rdeemedaemOint PR CES MODERAT&I
ert of the tme he hs to him FOR INSECTS ON TREES, PLANTS tolaw, tax deed wil issue thereon on the
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