Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: June 26, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Volume ID: VID00338
Source Institution: University of Florida
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S Owing to the late arrival of a shipment of one hundred dozen Towels
ib we should have received early in the spring, but arrived after our
imao is over, we will hold a SPECIAL TOWEL SALE in order to close
Sthe entire let. These towels are first-class in every respect and are well
*Lorth 121 cents, but we must get rid of them and will close out the entire
o go dozen at 3 for 25 cents or 95e a dozen. Do not fail to get what towels
oa need at this ridiculously low price. See the window display.


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Any customer purchasing $2!.oo worth of Gro-
series for cash. I will sell a handsome framed pict-
ure, your own selection out of one hundred and fifty
subjects, size 23x27, for only 59 cents.


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



e North Beach Street Grocer. 'NIINE 19.

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S A close examination of electric-
al work finished and charged for
from this shop shows how square-
ly and honorably we transact our.
business. Electrical repairs re-
c- eive special attention. Those
who employ us never worry about
ourcharges, and they know be-
Sfore engaging us that our work-
manship will be the best.

Daytona Electric Co.

239 South Beach Street.


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Cabinet MaKer.
SPieture Frames, Door and Window
Cottage Avenue, DAYT


AAAAAAAA|ll s ll Ira "
Wood WorKer.
Screens made to order.
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R. D. TAYLOR. Electrical Contractor
House Wiring a Specialty.
Dealer in Electrical Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shades,
:aps. No. 8 Orange avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.
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a4d Lumber Company,

.l.Ath, Shingles, Flooring,
ad Cement in Stock.

Ceiling, Brick, Lime
Office and Yards: East Co(as
Railway and Orange Avenue

T.L La-iBead Mll. AUamut Ooast ine Ry., lo miles south of Jacksonville.
alanaM OqoU 8alfor Branch c the i. E. Ry.

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R... MALIIY, Mganger.

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Witai a Galvaniaed Iron Tank, a new Tin Roof, a Hot Air Furnace,
ayI of {he other metal necessities required to complete a modern
idling, remember that


l rt prp d to give prompt and reliable service at fair prices.
S -. egra~ rlair shop on Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory.
iS, -. Out of town work soflVited.
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Daytona, Florida, June 26, 1909.

uillS I. I o K IRT ET


President Taft .Recently Signed
an Order Fwtending the
An executive order has recently
been signed by President Taft ex-
tending the territorial limits of the
Mosquito Inlet Bird Reservation
The territory now comprises all un-
surveyed and unappropriated man-
grove and salt grass islets, shoals,
sand bars and sand spits, situated
in the Halifax River, in the south
half of Township 15, S. R. 33 E.,
Townships 16, S, Ranges 33 and
34 E., and Township 17, S., R. 34,
T. This territory runs from the
South Bridge to a point about one
and one-half miles south of Hawks
The described territory is set
apart as a preserve and breeding
ground for native birds, and it is
declared unlawful for any person to
hunt, trap, capture, wilfully kill or
disturb any birds of any kind what-
ever, or take the eggs of such birds.

New Smyrna to Celebrate.
New Smyrna is planning to have
a big Fourth of July celebration on
the Mpndav following the 4th. A
big sea-dinner is one of the promised

Travel Pastures Green.
The Elks held an interesting ses-
sion Friday evening of last week, at
which time the antlers were placed
on E. L. Gunn and T. F. Williams.
At the conclusion of the ceremonies
the usual social session was enjoyed.
At the next meeting, July 2, Sheriff
E. L. Smith and Judge J. W. Per-
kins will probably travel over the
green pastures.

Heavy Orange Crop Predicted.
According to a number of grow-
ers who seem in a position to prog-
nosticate, Volusia County will next
winter harvest one of the largest
orange crops in the history of the
industry. The bloom was excep-
tionally heavy and if scarcity of
rain does not interfere too seriously
a good yield of the golden fruit is
almost certain.

Reward ol $100 Offered.
Sheriff Edward L. Smith sent out
notices to various sections of the
State last week offering a reward of
$100 for the arrest and detention
of the negro Arthur Nelson, who es-
caped from the Volusia County jail
April 22. Nelson was under sen-
tence of death, having been con-
victed of murder in the first degree
at the April term of Circuit Court.
Of the five prisoners who escaped at
the time all have been recaptured
but Nelson and another negro named
Hart, who was awaiting trial on the
charge of assault with intent to

Certificates Granted to Teachers.
Twelve white and fourteen colored
teachers took the June examination
at DeLand recently. Of the white
teachers, five secured first grade cer-
tificates; two secured second grade
certificates, and five secured third
grade certificates. Of the colored
teachers, one secured a first grade
certificate; one a second grade, and
six third grade. Six colored appli-
cants failed to pass. Those who
received certificates are as follows:
Margaret Fuller, Mrs. A. D. Trus-
ler, Mary C. Dudley, C. M. Brokaw,
Louise Lindquist, white, and S. B.
Baker, colored.

pc'?Si% OCRAI'E
Beasse Peacock and Mary Russell,



The Scbedule Will Be Effective as Selected Because of Its Central
Soon as Waterworks Are Location in Citrus Fruit
in Operation. Section.
The Board of Public Works has: The executive committee of the
adopted the following schedule of Florida Citrus ETch6 ge, recently
annual water rates, to be effective as organized to control the Florida or-
soon as the system of waterworks ange crop on the same plan as the
now being installed by the city is ICalitornia exchange, have selected
completed: Tampa as permanent headquarters
Tapping, including corisratil of the exchange. Other cities, rep-
cock, sidewalk stop-valVe, well
and pipe connections-. inch pipe ..su.m resented by committees asking for
For inch pipe ............. ............ selection, were Jacksonville and
For I-Lnch pipe .... .................... 5.t5 .
Dwellings. one faucet .................. t) .Bartew. Tampa was selected be-
sach additional faucet ............. "t3U cause of its central location in the
Bath tub, first tub ..................4....
Each additional tub..................... 00 citrus fruit growing region.
Closets, first closet ....................... L.0 i
Sach additional closet.......... ......
I Urinals each .............................. 3.01 r t
All pushing arrangements to i .t au tic. Have You Paid Yet?
Stores, one faucet ......................... 6.>tt
Each additional faucet.................. : A few weeks ago bills were mail-
oa fountaint fountain only, for aI1 .., ed to all subscribers of the Gazette-
usestabout fountain ....................ILA.
Restaurants, one faucet.............. ..iu News who were in arrears for sub-
Faeh additional faucet .................. seription. Many have promptly
Hotels and boarding houses, each room ript M ha promptly
very, feed and sale stables. ) stalls remitted but there are some who
and under, for drinulking purposes
only,-one fouet.......... ............. i.t* evidently mislaid their bills--by
Each additional fa.ucet................:,
ash additions faucnlfuet. .......... tu looking at the dates on the label on
Wahitog purposes, one faucvt ......... 12.u 0
Not over 60 stalls, for drinking pur- each subscriber's paper, however, the
poses only. one faucet ................. 4.
Mach additional faucet .................. date of expiration may be ascertain-
Washing purposes, one faucet ......... ed. Under the recent ruling of the
Oyster and fish houses, one faucert....... 15 ,-
Each additional faucet.................. .. Postoffice Department all subsrip-
Barbr shops, one chir.................. d.,)'tions must be paid in advance, else
Each additional chair ................... .,
onms, one faucet............ ....... &., the publisher is debarred from the
Each additional faucet ............... :., second-class mail privilege.
Blacksmith shop, one faucet ............ ,.t, '
Each additional faucet .................. 3.1,
kHhops and factories, 1(1 ha udi or un-
der, one faucet ................... i2.tU Become a "Booster" for Daytona.
Each additional faucet ................
Launadrestinot steaIn, orn- fauct ....... t1I Many Daytonians have already
Each additional faucet ................ left for summer trips and others are
Bakeries, one faucet....................... I.Ksi
Iach additional faucet ......... .. .u going almost every day. The city
Olub room, one faucett .............. will be represented during the sum-
Dental oIace, one faucet.... ............ a
iachk additional fauuet ............. :.1, mer in every State in the Union and
Drug store, one faucet ..................... I the suggestion may not be amiss
EaoAh additional faucet. .............. t3 00
Fountain, runnuig not more thun that every Daytonian leaving home
four hours a day. ................... .
Green house ........................ 5., take along a liberal supply of adver-
Horse.................................... tising matter and do a little boost-
Laundry steam) three hands or I-ass....>.m .
Each sdditional fatuet. .............. ...t ing for the city. The Gazette-News
Photograph gallery............ .xi to :ow. has on hand a few hundred copies
Sprinkling garden or pave ient wit h
hose s teet In length............... 2.ij, of the Pictorial Edition and will be
Each additional foot above feet .... please to furnih a liberal supply
Water toset. in hotels, eact.. ......... to urn a supp
Sprinklingeart. per bl'k of o, ft or less io.im to subscribers GRATIS for the pur-
METER RATE pse of boosting Daytona If you
U1mo or less gallons per day ................ :b.
lOU to 25 gallon per da peay r ie10-dui .*, desire copies mailed you the postage
SW to am .. is six cents each.
Meter to be kept in repair by their. board of
Public Works.
Minlnutn rates for meter. tSln.tii pwr c-r.
All uses for water not ',pecilird s-.ll i Volusia Going Dry.
reserved for a special rate.

Petitions have been presented to
Features of New rimaryBill the County Commissioners asking
Features of New Primary Bill.
that body to establish a drainage
By signing the Cash primary bill, district near New Smyrna and Oak
Governor Gilchrist gives to Florida Ilill
a new law which is a great improve- There are in that vicinity thou-
ment upon the old system. This sands of acres of the finest hummock,
measure provides that there shall bepine and muck lands in the State
pine and muck lands in the State

attached to the ballot two stubs, each
numbered. The inspector detaches
the first stub when the voter receives
the ballot, filing same with the name
of voter written thereon. When the
voter returns from the booth, the in-
spector detaches the second stub,
compares it with the one on file, and
if they be identical, the voter is al-
lowed to cast his ballot. This pro-
vision makes it impossible for a voter
to cast a ballot which has been mark-
ed for him before entering the voting
Another provision is that ten days
prior to the primary election, each
candidate shall give a sworn state-
ment of his entire campaign ex-
penses. No candidate shall make
donations of things of value during
a campaign. No abusive literature
oan be circulated on primary day,
and tax collectors shall not receive
poll taxes from any other than those
owing same. Any candidate vi,&-
lating provisions of the act shall
have his name taken from the ticket.
Any one being convicted of bribery
at an election, for the first otenae
shall be sentenced to oae year's im-
prisonment and ten years' disfran-
chiaement, for the second ,ffeense,
disfranchisement for life.

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that are subject to overflow, and
recognizing the value of these lands
for farming, trucking and fruit
growing purposes, an effort will be
made to drain them under the State
drainage law.
If the plan is successful a canal
will be cut from Turubull Bay to
the head of Indian River, a distance
of about 20 miles, and will, with the
help of lateral ditches, drain all the
low lands between these two points.

Proposed Prohibition Amendment

The proposed amendment to the
Constitution of Florida, recently
adopted by both houses of the Legis-
lature for submission to the voters
in the fall of 1910, providing for!
state-wide prohibition, reads as;
Art. I, Sec. 1. The manufacture
and sale, barter or exchange of all
intoxicating liquors or beverages,
whether spirituous, vinous or malt,
are hereby forever prohibited in thet
State of Florida, except alcohol for;
medicinal purposes; the sale for the
purpose aforesaid shall be regulated
Iby law.
Sec. 2. The Legislature shall
enact suitable laws for the enforce-!
ineut of the provisions of this article. i
Sec. This article shall g,. into,
effect on the first day of July, A. D., I
1911. l
This ameadaient will be voted c6n

Sint AimUihg -'f Mi InmI-m dt



Orange Avenue, Daytona. Fl a




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i TI


Beginning with May Ist

we will close our store

at 8 p. m. Saturday's

and on Thursday's at

12 o'clock noon.


he Conrad Grocery Company
E. T. Conrad & Co' old stand.

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will deliver gasoline without

any charge for delivery at

any point in Daytona,


breeze, Daytona Beach, Or-

mond or Port Orange. Qualm


ity and quantity guaranteed.
Call Office Phone 128
Mills Transfer 77
Warehouse 60
erosene Oil Delivered by Tank Wago


I Gasoline Machine Gas and Lubricating Oils.

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Figure with us on your




Electricity will pump water

for 5 cents per 300 gallons.

Adam Schantz Elctric light Plant,

E. L. (W;NN, General Manager.

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an S. Dayton,


Real Estate,

T.. I-IloGRMALD, Editor



Sceczem a I Daytona Beach
MRS. H. A. BERNARD, Editor.
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U V D UR n i ** n. .-o r ... p .. .
Erickson & Co., of DeLand, has Seahreeze and Daytona Beach upon
rented room from H. T. McClellan this question and report at a meet-
tor showing ,ewing machines and ing to be held later.
musical instrum te. -

Mises Clevy and Grace Rich en-
joyed a tine trip down the river to
Port Orange and return, with J. E.
Parker in his launch.

Dr.- DD. Beekman, formerly
practicing 'dentistry in Daytona.
having removed, from the State, Dr.
C. DeWarren Ake, of Washington,
D. 0., will continue the practice, as-
suming charge of the office in Day-
tona about June 25th.* 3-3t

Extra Fue Tomatoes.
Leon Despsed received a very
gratifying report last week from
Hewilt & Co., a produce commission
rC t-9. cm _lrrnn him hna



Also Confer Degrees and Enjoy
a Supper at Their Last
At the regular meeting of Osceola
Tribe, No 21, Imp. Order of Red
Men, last week, the following named
officers were elected:
W. E. Ballough, Sachem.
George W. Hull, Sr. Sagamore.
Wm. Hamilton, Jr. Sagamore
Wm. Eick, Prophet.
The appointive offices will be
filled at the next regular meeting,
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The street gang is at work mowing
weeds this week. It is to be hoped it
will make a clean sweep.
Mr. Zimmerman was down from hi-
Tomoka orange grove Monday doinu
business in the village.
Election of two aldermen July 6
There is an undercurrent of conriderabhl
interest taken in the candidacy.
Mrs. W. A. Baggett is now at Fair-
burn, Ga and gives it out to her friend:
that she is spending most of her tiut
"in the shade of the old apple tree."
Those who have been waiting for
rome definite news in regard to the
electric street railway will be interested
to learn that*the promoters will arrive
about September 15 to begin work of
construction on this side.
C. F. Burgman is in almost daily re-
ceipt of letters of inquiry concerning
Daytona and the peninsular towns, ask-
ing for all possible information con-
cerning same. What has become of the
Business Men's League of the three
towns, which started out so auspiciously
three years ago?
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1 the obnoxious sandcpur and other
ernitious weeds, not only to their own
jury but to the detriment of the entire
community, affected inversely in pro-
ortion to the distance removed. So,
re are quite pleased to note that one of
ur recent property holders, Mr. Jones
n Valley street, sends the money for a
aretaker to keep his premises in the
ame good trim as during his winter
tay, and thereby adds to the appear-
nce of his street and to the comfort of
is neighbors. Let others, hearing of
his good work, do likewise.
The Ladies' Sewing Circle will meet
with Miss Blakeslee at Prof. Wakefield's
evidence Wednesday, June 30, when the
annual r election of officers takes place.
A full attendance is desired.
Miss Sina Odum entertained a few
friends at her home, Monday evening, in
honor of Miss Grace Cook, of Palm
Beach. Those present were the Misses
May Finley, Grace Cook, G(race Smith.
Mildred Odun, Messrs. Hadwin Courtney,
James Glenn, W. T. Jetton and Grover

-- !erais having ineffective bit of land- p

Entered at the Poetolfice at Daytoup Florida, as Second Class Matter. e gardening doe on thePrincess i
Isiens extensive grounds, in the way of co
Filling, grading down and grassing, which p
SUBSCRIPION RATES. will add greatly to the beauty of Ocean
$1.50 boulevard.
One spy one year
Os eOpy Ws mimt ......................5 i Mrs. Evernden left the latter part of o
One opy three month. """...." 40 last week for Fort Pierce, where she is c
visiting with her son. Ralph Evernden. s
SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1909 Dr. Everoden and Miss Mary left Sun- s
day on the south bound train to join a
her. Before returning they expect to h
r I M TS Of PiTHAS tLLLI spend some time with Hans Evernden
COVfICES fOR EtNSUIN TERi. The young people of Seabreeze. in-w
eluding a large delegation from Daytona r
PORT ORANGE, Jne 24.--Quite I a a Beach, are enjoying their afternoons l
a party of as took advantage of theity Lodge, No 56 playing tennis at the Colonn&Aes tennis
excursion to visit Jacksonville. J. court Jerome Wetherby has the thanks
A. Tedder, G. W. Johnson, A. Dug- Receives Two New Members of the public at large for keeping the f
gAr, J. F Wn hs. ad S s B quet. Colonnades grounds in fine order.
ger,J. F.Va, Martin, Cha ad Spreads Banquet. *Surf Crest, located directly on the
Milbar, Mr.Yelvington, Thoe. Mete At their regular meeting Monday beach ts offering a summer rate of $6
and Mr..Blanchard were among evening the Knights of Pythias in- ua r week. 4-4t
those who went. creased their numbers by two; one C. A. Kenney has leased the Clarendon
Mi Jenni Mrry is visiting her by card and one by conferring Casino and the accommodating Bern-
aunt, Mss Caroline McDonald. rank of knight. hart Shi isincharge ofthe skating
Thursday evening there was a An election of officers was also Saturday evening was well patronized
quiet wedding at the home of Mr. held, with the following result: by the younger society set.
and Mrs. Fayette McDonald when A. K. Brokaw, Chancellor Coni- Miss Maud Strother, teacher of the
their daughter, Miss Florence, was mander seventh and eighth grades of the public
narried by Justice Karn to Robert Edward Cameron,Vice Chancellor. school has just received report from Su
perintendent Botts on their examination
McGlou. The young peopleleft on Wesley Herrick. Prelate. papers, in which both grades are pro-
the evening train for New Smyrna Joseph Osborne, Master of Work. proted without exception. This i a line
where they will live. Alarge crowd W. H isyne, Master at Arms. showing for teacher and pupil.
of their friends was at the depot to J. F. Williamson, Inner Guard. Dr. A. T. Biglow, who went north
wish them lots of happiness and to C. R M. Sheppard, Outer Guard. with his aged mother some two months
give them a good send off. The session closed with a spread ago, returned home the latter part of
Mr. Vinzant, our county treasurer, of good things that makes one feel Ol week, stopping off a few days at
and his wife are visiting Mr. and the joy of living. elation, which was in convention there.
M .ra Wells at their home in the C. F. Burgman was in Jacksonville on
south part of town IL EETI ATTHEbusiness last wee He took advantage
Frank Alexander ot Lake Berree- of the excursion.
Frd ankd Mr. Brlt, man r of the TODAY N T Mrs. Kate Haney was called to Jack-
ford and Mr. Britt, manager of the A* sonville last week by the serious illness
celery farm there, drove over in of her young granddaughter. Julia Ha-
Frank's auto and called on his old ney. The improved condition of the
friend Citizens Discuss Establishment of patient permitted Mrs. Haney to return
.home after a short stay.
G. W. Johnson has sold his house Fire Department-Also Cele- home after a short stay.
a laH etMrs.bMiss Boyd and mother are home
and lot on Herbert avenue, to Mr. bration on July 4th. again on Oakridge boulevard, after a
enwoodA public meeting was held at the pleasant visit with friends at Ormolid
Armory Tuesy night to discuss Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore had an early
Armory Tuesday night to discus morning drive on the beach Sunday.
the matter of the establishment of a They found two turtle crawls and enough-
S KINGSTON ire fRhting force in conjunction eggs to divide with all their neighbors.
With the new waterworks system. The marriage of Miss Grace Evelyn
KING.OTON, June 24.-Weather There was a very good attendance Griggs and Frances S. Browning was
is still dry and warm in this suburb, including the mayor and most of the solemnized at the nome of the bride's
but we have cool, efreshing breezes city council and resolutions were street, on last wednesday evening June
from the ocan, which conduce to adopted recommending that at the 16th, at eight o'clock. It was a pretty
our comfort. next regular meeting of the council home wedding. The house was beauti
Bo. H T. Titus be appointed fire chief fully decorated in pink and white. The

das with h family on Mulberry and stps be taken to procure of the groom, was becomingly attired in
ary apparatussuch as ose, reels pink chiffon silk. The two younger sis
The M girls, Ellen and leaders, etc. ter of the groom, Misses Winuilred and
The Mlton grlsae een n a The Halifax Rifles offered to form Stella Browning, were flower girls
tvGladys, whoaine have reciting e a fire company from the membership The bride was attired in handsome
ve at aing by their aunt, of Co. K and it was suggested that white silk, with veil and orange blosso
acomanied by their at least four companeswould wreath, and was charmingly attractive,
Mrs. J. Sheets who is a guest ry to properly cover the of course, as brides always are. The
of l r isr necessary to properly cover the large groom wa in the conventional black.
of Mrs. Milton, her siste. territory, one in the north, another Relatives and intimate friends were
J. W. Davis add family of Delray in the south part of the city with a present to the number of twenty-five.
are occupying the Chandler house, company in Midway and Waycross. The wedding presents were numerous
wet of the railroad, A. Chand- No salary could be paid of course and handsome. After the ceremony, by
ler having moved to his farm near at first, but the city, it was thought, Rev Dr. Marsh, of Daytona. and the fe-
l having moved to hi farm near first, but the city, it was thought, limitations, refreshments were served.
Blake, aoth of Daytona. might furnish a uniform or red Mr. and Mrs. Browning left on the early
The Kingston boys who are mem- shirt and helmet to the volunteer morning train for Jacksonville, for a few
hers of the Halifax Rifle, report a force. days enjoyment before going to Palatka,
ver enjoyable time and an excellent After the discussion of the fi their future home, and where a new
very eja e home just completed awaits their arrival
luncheon, with C. U. Burgoyne on question the meeting took up the the bride has grown into womanhood
board his magnificent yacht, "Sweet- matter of celebrating the Fourth os in this community, is worthy and car
heart" on last Sunday, which court- July and S. II Gove was selected as ries with her the best wishes of many
my they highly appreciate, a committee of one to fin i out the friends for the future welfare of herself
s ? ni t n.n.aanitno J_ A ideas and desires of the neoule of ind husband.

John (Grfield, who has leased one of
the stores in the Oyarna new Iick
block, is moving in tables and other
furniture and getting ready to oewn a
restaurant. The finishing work is being
done on the building, though it is not
yet understood whether or not the other
stores are rented for the sumlnner.
George K. Sweeney and family leave
tomorrow for a boat trip in the Billie-
Max to the Hauhlover to visit. Mrs larry
J. R. Montague, of Orlando, arrived
yesterday and is a guest of Ocean Villa.
Little Misses lRuth Stewart and An-
toinette Turner found a turtle crawl
containing I1S eggs in front ,of the S-ea-
side Inn at two o'clock in the afternoon.
The Vesper Leaflets arrived this we:k
for the evening serv-ies to i,' he-ldl at.
the Seaside Inn at 4:30) each Sunday
during the months of July and August,
commencing July 1.
H. P. Starlett, of Havana, Cuba, andl
bride, of Ilade ('ily, are spending part
of their honeymoon at the Seaside Inn.
Ward Gould, H. B. Stilings and Erwin
Willal&tssken, Miss Beitha l~eeve, Mrs.
J. D. Wilson and Mrs. Cleveland, all of
9eLand, are at the Seaside Inn this
The town council met in regular se.s-
sion Monday night Alderman Branch,
Smith and Fultray w-re ,prteent. An
ordinance for fire protection was passed
on third reading. .1. M. Fulllluay was

appointed supervisor for the anew street-
being opened. The moving of the town
jail and building of a new rity dock was
discussed, but no action was taken. The
council adjourned to Wednesday night.
special meeting.
The grading on Palhetto avenue is
now finished and A. S. Randall's gang
began shelling yesterday morning.
Mrs. Crews and daughters and friend.
Mrs. Plank and two children, arrived

Mrs. Arthur Springer arrived from
Macon, Sunday, and joined her husband
at the Wilcox cottage. Mr. Springer is
a good jewelerand hopes to make this
his permanent home.
Miss Isabel Goodhue and mother ar-
rived from Sanford, Monday, and have
leased the Buckeye- cottage on the
Mr. Clark and family, of Leesburg,
are here for the summer and have taker
the Hawkeye Villa on Ocean avenue.
Mr and Mrs. Seeley and Mr. and Mrs.
Fuch, of Alachua, Miss Fletcher, of
Lakeland, and Messrs Thursby and
Wells, of Eustis, arrived this week and
are comfortably located at Surf Crest.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Johnson and Mrs.
Kurtz and daughter, Virginia, had an
outing at the inlet last week. Little
Miss Virginia immortalized the occasion
in her own memory by catching her first
fish. three beautiful sailors choice, and
returned home the proudest lady in the


Wednesday, June the sixteenth,
the home of Mr. and Mrs. John H.
Allen, of Daytona Beach, was the
scene of a happy event when the
only daughter of the house, Miss
Grace Evelyn Griggs, was united in
marriage to Frank S. Browning, a
promising young business man of
Palatka, Fla.
Miss Edna Browning, sister of the
groom, attended the bride, while the
groom was ably supported by
Walter Griggs, brother of the bride.
Estella and Winnifred, little sisters
of the groom, graced the occasion as
flower girls.
The bride, who was given away
by her mother, was handsomely
gowned in white silk and wore the
traditional veil and carried a beauti-
ful shower bouquet of white loses,
while the maid of honor, Miss
Browning, was gowned in pink su-
rah and carried pink roses.
The bridal party entered the par-
lor to the strains of Mendelssohn's
wedding march played by Miss
Ridgeway, niece of the bride Rev.
B. F. Marsh of Davtona, performed

the ceremony in his usual impressive
style, after which the young couple
received the hearty congratulations
of a host of friends and relatives.
The ceremony was performed un-
der a beautiful floral arch, the hand-
iwork of Mrs. Chas. Gillman and
Mrs. L L. Bellamy. The decora-
tions were pink, white and green
and were both pretty and unique,
turning the parlor into a bower of
The bride, who has endeared her
self to all by her channing person-
ality, was the recipient of many and
beautiful and useful presents, too
nunterous to mention, which test field
to the esteem in which she is held
by her friends who knew her since
a child.
Delicious refreshments were
served after which the guests de-
parted for their respective houies
wishing Mr. and Mrs. Browning
many years of happy married life.
The young couple left 'Thursday
morning for Jacksonville for a short
stay, returning to East Palatka where
they will make their future home.

The glorious Fourth will soon be
And with it will come the fire-
Toy pistols, blank cartridges, and
trivial wounds.
And after a few days lockjaw.
In 1!0)t there were 40.3 deaths in
the I citedd States from lockjaw fol-
lowing 4th of July accidents.
They have gradually been re-
In 1907 there were only 7: deaths
from this cause.
Lockjaw is a preventable disease.
But it is not curable.
The way to prevent it is by the
iuse (f antitetanic serum.
The time to give it is soon after
the wound is received, before symp-
toms oIf 'lckj.lw develop.
After symptoms develop it is eter-
nally too late.
The State Board of Health will
pay for the antitoxin used with the
That is when it is used as a pre-



Will Install Officers Elect at the
First Regular Meeting Next

At thl regular meeting last Satur-
day night. L.cal 17-25, Carpenter's
Union. of Daytona, elected the fol-
lowing named officers who will be
installed at the iirst regular meeting
in July:
President. M F. Blitch,
Vice President, F. Farris
Financial Secretary, W. S. Edwards.
Recording 8.4cretary, (. L. Beers,
Treasurer, Alfred T. Rendle.
Conductor, Win. Wetherell, Jr.
Wa-den. G. W. Carter.
Trustee, J. L. Hamilton.
M. L. Crews,
Auditors. ). J. Bradsh:w,
0G. W. hUill

Property Changes Hands.
L. G Lyman last week purchased
of E. T. Conrad hii r- e .i l-'pr, l
erty on Orange avenue and will take
possession the Ist of Augnst. Mr.
Lyman will enlarge the house by
building additional rooms on the
rear and will occupy it with his
family, moving froail their present
home at Kingston.
AMr Conrad and family will re
move to their residence on Ivy Lane
until recently o:cupiel by M1r. and
Mrs. Benford Deacon.


FlrdasOlet olei

Florida's Oldest Collee
College Academy, and Schools of Music, xpressio s, FPse Arts,
l)omeslic and Industrial Arts, and BusinesM

Carnegie Ha11l and thirdi,ann's dormitory now completed; electric
lights, steam and furinact- heat; large faculty; perfect health conditions;
fine gymnasiumn. a:thleric fie-lds. boating, tennis courts, golf links; basmebll.
football, and basket ball t.:ams clhaminpions of Florida in 1909. Nearly a
quarter of ia million dollars endlolwment; expenses moderate; scholarships
available; Christian, lut iundenoniinational; stands for




I'or Catalogue Address the President:
Wm. F. Blackman, Ph. D., Winter Park, Florida




A tml ~ cu-kit tderN Liahpiityr
Actutal securllity to, deplositors




NO''TE:-ThlF I:iik is Number One on the "Honor Roll" of
National I:anks iu Florida, ald No. 187 in the whole
I united St;t.es, am;nlg ovr .ixty-eight hundred National


Proven l ,u11-r m-vress and our reputation.




9Si "'"~`'


Miss Rose Kr"emw, 6T7Obfi
loiand, Fle., 3M:, l'he

Kidney Pills'
so sr tca
back in SW CD^
more bch ne the o me ahmi tany olh
back for a new *-s
Dayton ndvs Bams sM
by thoM heowinad exaps beL
Miss Rose Kand er, a 6O i a
Landfrom too ieqmat l.mao- td:
Kidney PKills and thy haw b
more benefit to Ime than any othek
ay semedy I Ihave oemr liM .
Sam nare from a, aI n, aM :M
and had dietreariWg' p n
loins Mysnet uandg Dans beKMn
bload am d I to a aMd Bim-
from too frequent paasagw seretions. 1 naly dtidkd
Doans Kidaey Pall elem. te rr

a supply. I seed oy twoboeaesa
am now refromth beeiaat d endit. m :ia
aerose my loas and ay k .
b come normal. 1 f Wl lie a
woman since using Doaa's Kidlry
ant an pleaded to rooweemad thus-
olher ahurers." I ,||
For sale by all iele. Pdwe 50
Foster-Milbura Co, Biao, N. Y., N r.
agents for the United Statsa.
Reemmer the
take no other.

A Qmw a n"*.
A traveler In Soh Asfei tfs t e
asinar combat thCt be vtemd -
pwas toe oe mey Mash
eyes on the sroua wale 2i-
a caterpillar crawienf i-ag.a
pace, folBoed 1b bru 'ft
ants. Bein qtiefCr J *Cbd
merits the ante Wa erlil atek
the caterpmlzr and em wsft
his back and bite him. Pa* &. t
caterpillar would turn Mb hea
bite the ant and kil b I.
After slaunhterhig a demo er Imn
his persecutors the catrpl M
signs of fataige. The anb m l-r.
combined attack. RBerkhin b it -
a stalk of graea theaenl-renS es
up tall first. flowed by si- ASo f
one approached be atu : N.
jaws and threw it efti i. T.
ants, seeing the ceatainr "lA te ~
strong a position fmr im-E i,6. a, m '
come, resorted to strategy. hbe.
gan sawing through the gra ea -'
In a few moments the iafkeItR and -
hundreds of ants poun6ed upon the
caterpillar. It was killed at oees
SFirst pub. June ; last pub. July 21)
Notice of Application for Tax Ieed
Under Section Chapter 4888,
Laws of Flida.
OTTICE is hereby given that Laura n.
Miller, purchaser o(f T xIrrtaic.ue No.
4t, tlated th, 4thday of June, A. D., t1, baas
l!tled .id c rtfleate in my oice, and Bas
ia)ade application for tax deed to Issue i
:ic-ordanct with law: Said eertifclate em-
braces the following describe* pperty
situ- t-l In VoiulaJi OonyS. PForiidl. to-wit:
IPt 5, sub of W l-2of Lot Bil 71 Ihrtow.
Tin- s aid hInd being aseawd at the date of
t he issnmlee of such certflatte In the mnme
ou 1(oa Miller. Unless suld c.rtilrate shill
lw r-dtenued according to law, tax d-.ed will
issue thereon on thy Jtb day of July. A. D.,
Wit ne.s lly official signature antdw al this
tAh lt< i tiny of June. A. D., 1PA.
[e':,11 RAM'L JORDAN.
'lerk Circuit Lourt.VouslaC county. lorida
By R. P.Amlux, 1. VU.

Kennerly and daughters returned to
Palatka, Monday, after a pleasant ten
days' stay at Daytona Beach Hotel.
C. A. Reeve and C. M. Beilby, of De-
Land. and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Edwards.
of Ocala. are recent arrivals at Daytona
Beach Hotel.
Mrs. Katherine Bunch and children
are home from their visit with relatives
in North Carolina.
R. L. Keating camne over front Ocala
and spent Sunday at Daytona Beach
Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Junigan and
daughter, Ruth, left Monday, after a
pleasant sojourn at the White House.
A congenial party of seven from Day-
tons Beach Hotel enjoyed a trip up the
Tomoka river, Monday.
J. L Peeden and family came over
from Sanford last w-eek land will spend
the sununer in the lDonnelly cottage on
Live Oak avenue.
Miss Iena Tomnlinson and Sunday
school -las.s enjoyed a pi-enie supper ion
the beach Monday evening.
Miss Annie Smith of I)el.uand, will
visit the Mi ses 'Tollirl.on and Miss
Jeannette Ridgeway this \week.
W. L. Hibbard. of Fort Pierce, who
has been visiting his brother. E. C. Hit,-
bard, on live Oak avtiue, left Monday
with I). D-. Rog-Vrs, civil engineer, for
Indian Springs, where Mr. Rogers has
the contract tor surveying ten thousand
acres of land in ten acre tracts. W L.
Hibbard has a fine pineapplel plantation
at Fort Pierce, from which our local
market is being supplied with an abun-
dance of luscious fruit.
J B. Reed. popular clerk at Webster's
store, is enjoying a visit from his mother
and sister, who are here from Marietta,

Quaker Oats Griddle Cakes
Try them today!
The family that hasn't eaten Quaker
Oats griddle cakes has a delightful sur-
prise coming to it. Besides the delic-
ious flavor, there is the pleasure of
knowing you can eat all you want, and
the more you eat the better for you.
The best of all foods for anyone
wanting more strength and vigor.
Hundreds of thousands of packages
of Quaker Oats are consumed in Ger-
many annually and almost all of it is
eaten in the form of Quaker Oats
griddle cakes. In the New York
cereal restaurant of the Quaker Oats
Company these griddle cakes are very
Here's the best recipe for making
2 cups Quaker Oats (uncooked): 1S cup
flour: I teaspoonful salt- 1 taspoonful soda-
dissolve in two tablespoonfuls hot water'
1 teaspoonful baking powder (mix in flour):2%
cups sour milk or buttermilk; 2 eggs beaten
lightly: I tablespoonful sugar: I or 2 table-
spoonfuls melted butter (according to riches
of milk).
Process: Soak Quaker Oats over night in
milk. In the morning mix and sift flour. soda.
sugar and salt- add this to Quaker Oats
mixture and quantity of m.-lte.d butter: add
eggs beaten lightly-beat thoroughly and cook
as griddle cakes-ticy make your mouth
water for more.





*Watches mad jewelry lft with
Geo H. Clark for repairs are always
promptly and satisfactorily done.

be opea a ml sauner.
t in everyline. Prices
eat right. Reference

& Co., The Jewelers.

the rain the weather
us every day this

tires and inne tubes ,
at Oliver's garage
U. M. Bennett was in
from DeLand Wednesday

O'Brien surprised his wife
by. i -tAing a fine new
piano in their cosy home
r ea--One of the best cot-
the beach. 75 for the

Real Estate Company.
Tice returned last week
Visit with Mr. Coutant and
t the house of refuge on the
pi te Oak Hill.
l Rogers has been at Indian
-- during the week, survey-
tbinug off in lots a large
in that vicinity,
AAll returned from De-
She was ac-
MiB Irene Campbell,
m, gest over Sunday.
German and French
ateral methods to pupils
Write J. H. Selden,
Fla 5-4t
va, brother of Ed Sal-
this city, arrived from
y, and has taken
the baber shop at Daytona

ChlM Toets for alariaI
w.- and grippe. 25c
A vigi.* 2-1y
4o Oak Hill, was in
iro onday until Tuesday
t ranged to return
4i the week, to work for

iaSale.-Model M Cadillae in
F. J. Niver. 44t
L ay B. Aultman departs
Sfor Asheville, N. C., where
"iU spend a month and then go
Diwoin, Pa., her former home,'
rviaitwith relatives and friends.
latest alret music lOc at Wray's.
,m. Jeanie Gardiner and daugh-
|iss Lizzie Gardiner, departed
h ^for Harriman, Tenn. Mrs
iM will remain at Harriman,
a. Miss Gardiner will go on to

i r 6 doses "666" will cure any
ilC-hills and Fever. Price 25c.
I T. Hammond, president of
of New Smyrna, has pur-
5,(000 acres of land in the
Grant, inst south of Ti-
which he expects to colo-
the Titusville Advocate.

S6 doses "666" will cure any
Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
C. C. Smith is mourning
Lk of a favorite house cat
ehad raised from a kitten
she had become very
SThe cat, an excep-
, ine looking one, died

m 28 will call for your clean-
pressing. 0. Burnett.tf
Dr. L Rader, of Miami,
~rough Daytona Tuesday af-
airote to the M. E. conven-
attle, Wash. Dr. Rader
et.ime.preeiding elder of
tith Beadquarters here,
friends in this city.
tana s tyleof shirts
ie let and called
eam Iaundry, tf
and daughter, Miss
from Bobe Sound

ML Harrison was an Espanola
visitor Wednesday.
*Dr. Houghton, dentist, west end
South Bridge. Peek block, phone 32.
Mr C. R. Cox returned Saturday
from a five weeks' visit with her
son, Fred Fisher, at Ft. Landerdale
A. H. Schmidt, wife and baby left
Monday morning for Brooklyn, N.
Y.,, where they expect to spend the
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Chittenden
departed Wednesday afternoon for
East Orange, N. J., to spend the
B. F. Hough left Monday morning
for Philadelphia, where he expects
to remain during the summer, unless
recalled by business.
Miss Julia Holt McCorkle return-
ed Monday from Jacksonville, where
she had been visiting with her sis-
ter, Mrs. G. E. Sullivan.

Wilbur Simms, of Armstrong,
arrived Wednesday for a visit of a
week or two with his aunt, Mrs. M.
S. Hunt, on Bay street.
Arthur C. Poppell went to Jack-
sonville, Wednesday, where he ex-
pects to engage in business. Mrs.
Poppell will join him later.
Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Michael, of
Oakland, are occupying their resi-
dence on Baker street, recently pur-
chased of Arthur C. Poppell.

Elsewhere in this issue will be
found the waterworks rates. The
street gang is rapidly laying the
pipes along South Beach street.
An excavation for a cellar is in
process and preparations for the
foundations of the cottage for Mrs.
Wm. Wicking on Volusia avenue.
Mrs. F. J. Longdon and, Francis,
who had been visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. Wm Ruger at Daytona Beach,
returned to DeLand last Saturday.
Rev. J. L. and Mrs. Cooper, of
Kingston, were in attendance from
Tuesday until Thursday at the State
Epworth League Conference at De-
Mrs. E. P. Quarterman and Miss
Rosalie Quarterman, who have been
visiting with J. T. Dunn and family
on Bay street, returned to Miami,
Mrs. J. D. Carmichael, who was
in the city several days last week,
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. O.
Melton on Baker street, returned to
Jacksonville, Saturday.
Little Miss Bernice Messing, Mr.
and Mrs. C. J. Messing's daughter,
accompanied Mr. Messing's niece,
Mrs. W. W. Province, to DeLand,
last Saturday, for a visit with her at
that place.
R. W. Rawlings and A. William-
son while on a hunting trip at the
head of the river recently, killed a
big bear in the vicinity of Bulow,
said to be the largest ever slain in
that locality.

W. 0. Lumpkin, superintendent
of the waterworks construction and
a member ,of the firm of J. B. Me
Crary & Co., of Atlanta, Ga., is oc-
cupying with his family the J. K
Maley cottage on South Beach street.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Quigg and
baby left Wednesday morning for
a visit at Lexington, Ky., Powhat-
tan, Ohio, and points in Virginia.
They will probably also visit Wash-
ington, D. C., before returning in
the fall.

Rev. J. L, Wilson filled the pulpit
at the Kingston M. E. church last
Sunday morning while the pastor,
Rev. J. L. Cooper, was at Tomoka,
uniting in marriage Miss Winn of
that settlement and a Mr. Harper of
Mrs. Geo. H. Clark left Sunday
for an extended visit north, having
her son, Neville H. Clark, for com-
pany as far as Atlanta, where he
attended the convention of the
American Association of Opticians.
Mrs. Clark will visit at Milwaukee
and Oshkosh, Wis., until fall, when
she expects to meet Mr. Clark in

SheriffE. L. Smith was in the
city from Thursday until yesterday.
Ex-Sheriff J. R Turner and
daughter, of DeLand, were in the
city Tuesday.
Cash Thomason was an Ormond
visitor Thursday to witness the ball



Live Oak Chapter, No. 1, 0. E. S.,
Celebrates St. Joha's Day,

game between the Kingston and Or- Jane 24th.
mend teams. By invitation of Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. M. Rogers, of the firm of D. G. Williamann the members of Live
SD. &. C. M. Rogers, was a New Oak Chapter, No. 1, O. E. S., cele-
Smyrna visitor Wednesday, return- brated St, John's Day, June 24th,
ing Thursday. with a picnic at the Big Tree.
Schrafft's Candies, The hacks left the Masonic Hall
Young's Pharmacy. at 11:30. When the dinner gong
Yonng's Pharmacy.
sounded thirty-four answered to roll
Geo. E. Sebring, who was in the call and enjoyed a very bountiful
city last week, looking after property repast, such as the sisters are fa-
interests, departed Sunday on his mous for providing.
return to Sebring, Ohio After all were more than satisfied,
The meeting time of te they climbed the steps to the plat-
canTe meeins tme the Ame form in the tree where an interest-
can Womens' League has been;,.
changed from the firt Tuesday to ing program, with Bro. Carnell as
Master of Ceremonies, was delight-
the first Thursday of each month. Materof remo wa delght-
ifully given.
Miss Sadie Plowman, who has Bro. Williamson then served de-
been visiting her sister. Mrs. F. L. viciouss watermelon and presented
Middleton, at Holly Hill, returned to each with a picture of the Big Tree
her home at St. Augustine, Thurs- as a souvenir of one of the most de-
day. lightful days in the history of Live
Oak Chapter.
W. &. Nash returned Tuesday Oak Chapter.
W. N t u Sister Nettie V. Turner, P. G. M.,
from Lake Helen, where he put up w "
from Lake Hel en. here he put u was a charming and welcome guest,
a large tank for C. B. Felton, a
a lag tn C.e ,, aas was also W. V. Carter, W. Mas-
prominent orange grower of that tera alx L te, N o. 8
place. ter, Halifax Lodge, No. $1.
A hearty vote of thanks was given
About two dozen young people Brother and Sister Williamson with
f picnicked on the beach Thursday the wish that all would meet again
afternoon, enjoyed a frolic with Old next year at the Big Tree.
SNeptune. They were at the Dob-
hin's cottage. Rexall Remedies,

*Face Creams and toilet articJ
for your vacation. /
Young's Pharmacy.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bennett
son, Clarence are visiting Mr.
Mrs. Arthur G. Bennett at Jack -
ville, having driven to that ci in
their auto last Wednesday.
M. Neenan of Ridgewood avenue,
Holly Hill, made a visit to Dupont,
Wednesday, and will return to that
place Monday, having accepted, a
position with U. J. White. His
family will remain here and he will
be at home every Sunday.

Young's Pharmacy.



J. M. Hawks Tells of Early His-
tory of Ponce Park and
Port Orange.
Writing to the New Smyrna
Breeze from Lynn, Mass., John M.
Hawks tells of the interesting early
history of Port Orange and Ponce
SPark. The article follows:

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ruger, of Day- "In the year 1866 the Florida '
tona Beach, departed Wednesday Land and Lumber Company pur- '
to spend the balance of the summer chased land of the State of Florida
at Waynesville, that delightful old (which was afterward entered by
town, just awakening to modern the parties as a government home-
ways and methods, nestled high stead) at what is now known as
among the beautiful hills of North Ponce Park, built a steam saw mill
Carolina. there, surveyed a town site, and named
Father O'Boyle of St. Pauls Cath- it Port Orange.
S. "I built the house in which Mr. and
olic Church gave the children of his s Hsty ie n ie and kept
parish a party on the church lawn Mrs. Hst lie ndied, ad ke
the postoflice in the house. I was
Wednesday, and a happy occasion it the potd post there April 24th,
proved to be. Games were played pr At,
d ie c a c a 1867. Previous to to that time there
and ice cream and cake abounded
and joy spread abroad. Many was no postoffice between St. Aug-
and joy spread abroad. Many pa- .
... ustine and Sand Point, (now Titus-
rents, too, participated in the good ine .
t m eville). The mail had been brought
;over by a Mr. Williams in his mule
UNCLSAS IDTHV.. cart every Saturday, from Enter-
UINLAE sMil lTIUAl prise to New Smyrna; the mail was
T M 1 niTr I ot locked up in government pouch,
EL LLL IEDi but was tied up in a corn sack.
Ss "When the new post office was
started the mail matter was all
Enthusiastic Meeting Held At -
b brought by Maj. Hoyt in a buggy
City Hall Last Thursday from Enterprise to Lourcey's Point
Evening. (now Ferd Nordman's) and taken
across the river in a row boat. When
poor management, bad luck, loss of
a schooner and cargo, bursting of
Sthe steam boiler, and bursting of
Sthe company scattered all hopes of
making a manufacturing town
It has been definitely decided to there, the postoffice was moved.
held a celebration in Daytona, Mon- It was carried to the mainland
day, July 5th. At the meeting held i across the river at Port Orange and
in the City Hall Thursday evening was in charge of the agent of
a subscription fund was started and the Freedman's Bureau.
in the neighborhood of $ 150 have "The next move of the office was
been raised. Another meeting will a mile and a half farther north to
be held at the City Hall this even- the McDaniels (McDonald) place then
ing at which time committees will known as Dun Lawton; but no
be named and other details arranged, better name was given it, and so
Not only the residents of Daytona Port Orange it is likely to remain.
but those of Seabreeze, Daytona The reason of my recommending the
Beach, Port Orange, Kingston, Holly first place, forty-two years ago,
Hill and Ormond are invited to still holds good; while there are
participate at tonight's meeting. several orange ports scattered over
It has not yet been definitely de- the country, there is no other Port
cided just where the celebration will Orange; and when a writer omits
be held but a site will be decided to put the name Florida on. his let-
upon this evening. Free lemonade, ter the postmaster may send it
free coffee and free sandwiches will right along to Florida, because
be served along with other eatables. there is no other postoffice of the
The ladies are especially requested same name in this country."

to co-operate with those in charge of
the celebration and bring baskets Kingston Defeats Ormond.


But DelayMeansBigger andBetter
Hotel When Completed For
Season of 1910-11.
Owing to the shortness of the time
before the beginning of the coming
winter season, it has been considered
best not to attempt work on the
New Clarendon.
The financial arrangements have
been all completed and the plans
drawn, but these matters have taken
more time than the promoters had
expected and the opening will have
to be delayed until the winter of
1910-11. This will be far better asfar
as the building is concerned as the
work can be done more slowly and
the grounds placed in better shape,
and in addition the house will have
a capacity of 307 rooms instead of
257 as originally planned.
Many people, however, will be
greatly disappointed at not being
able to spend the coming winter in
the New Clarendon as overA lf of
the rooms had alreadybeengaged.
The delay will meajbigger and
better house and on hat Daytona
and the whole State can be proud of.
Dr. Potter will be back in Day-
tona within two weeks prepared to
push the undertaking to its com-



J. B. Hinsky Recently Completed
A Good Marl Road to His

Orange Grove.

Another drive added to the many
about Daytona is the street known
as Wisconsin avenue in the south-
ern part of the corporation of Holly
Hill which has recently been marled
from Ridgewood avenue to a mile or
more west of that avenue mainly
through the untiring efforts and gen-
erous expenditure of J. B. Hinsky
of The Pines, on South Ridgewood
avenue, who owns a handsome or-
ange grove in the hummock along
this street.
Mr. Hinsky is a firm believer in
good roads and having a personal
interest in this one he got several of
the owners of property along the
road interested in its improvement
from Ridgewood to the railroad,
which was a very sandy stretch, and
they contributed to the work, among
the number being Thos. Goodall, D.
McLaren, R J. Hawley, W. C. Smith,
the Messrs. Clifton and others. Mr.
Goodall sent a check for fifty dollars
and several parties contributed
work, while the town of Holly Hill
supplied the marl and gave twenty-
five dollars merely as an encourage-
ment to road improvement, this
street not being a general thorofare.
Mr. Hinsky had become so inter-
ested in the work that he continued
the marling west of the railroad,
about 5,000 feet in all, on his own
responsibility and unless other in-
terested parties yet come to his aid
he will have to pay out of his own
funds over -100 toward the work.
He has the satisfaction, however, of
knowing it is a well made road for he
has had personal charge of its con-
struction throughout and it forms a
new drive that, when the road bed
becomes settled, will repay anyone
to take, providing some beautiful
hummock scenery and Mr. Hinsky's
fine grove and other fine orange
groves and farms.

The Tomato Crops.
Among the fine crops of tomatoes
grown here this season was that of
Dr. A. .. Wessman, on Second ave-
nue. The Doctor was probably the
largest single shipper, marketing
about 800 crates, although Messrs.
Green, Stigler, Brubacher, Despland,
Spring and others shipped largely.
The returns in most cases seei to
have been very satisfactory, although
the profitable shipping period is
quite limited.

Celebration at Allenhurst.
The Gazette-News is in receipt
of a lengthy program for the cele-

Deputi sZ .1
Abbott, madesail ,I
house at New
week and loaded up -.
colored gw mblerl ms. Elm d M
were charged with ri g -
one with the illeg al ales of Rienms

lm ossans n
vab Isamb~
Pr mis mmywrwa. -1 -
5sNtnea NmrO q
mm. -C aem. Bell






complete Gas

Plumbing ai

Brass 8a

airbanks & I




hone 96.

Pram m al.
Mattress MaLke
Mattresses Remade with dae. Boat
Cushions made toorder.
Shop on N. Beach SL. near Robert'
Blaclcksth oeP

-P -r -P w W W W W WVW--1 1



Plants Installed.

nd Heating Supplies.

d Galv. Pipe and Fittings.

Horse igii&es & Pumps.

Hydraulic Rams.

d Pipe Wrenches

NE Orakt fee.

II Orange Avenue.


E. L. Sb alnWART Fitzgerald & Oates
Physician and Surgeon Attorneys at Law
Special attention to diseases of the ei Atn to rani a
Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose. Office P Aetn a g
and residence, Magnolia avenue, 3rd Pefecting Land titles
door west of P. 0., telephone 82.
i Mlce hours 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Conrad Block, DAYTONA FLA.
A K D. Landis Bert Fish
LANDIS & ristt
Physician and Surgeon LANDIS & FIlS
Special attention given to Diseases of Attornevs at Law
thi yeryand Pitting of Glasses. OBee Practicing in all State and Federal
over Globe clothing store. Omee'hoors Coiart Civil or Criminal b ness giv-
-ts .1 oen carefl attention. Special facllutsr
Sto S a. m. 1 to .::00 p. m., 7 to 8:00 p. mI. nvest n pea.t tlesa
.DAYTONA. F. FLA for invea nd. plrWeti
I lomeopathic Physician Volusia County Ahtat, Investment
and Title Insuac Company.
No. 453 North Beach Street. itle
.ur o 23 and AlMtracts furnished and titles perfect-
Oflice Hours, 12:30 to 2:30 and 6:00 ed. MXps, Pats and Blue Print sap-
to 7:30 pied. BerttFish,Pree; Oarey D.LandIs,
o -7ee0andTrese Opposite Volasts a Co.
Telephone No. 122. Bn, DeLand, Fla

Physician and Surgeon. Civil Engineers
Office and residence: 123 So. Ridge- DYTONA and
wood Avenue, opp Ridgewood Ho- Offices MAM FLA.
tel. Phone 175. Office hours: 9 to
11 a. in., 2 to 4 and 6:30 to 8 p. m. Daytona Office Established 1875

S. 11 GOVC Daytona Private Hos-
pital and Sanitarium
Architect Builder and ey ifacty ortheropertrea, nt
..- 4. _-a and care of medical and surgical ces&
ContractrEletrica appiance, trained nurses
quiet surroundings. _pecl attention
llRsidence and office, northeast cor- given to all patents. Term on appl-
ncr Ridgewood and Volusia ave. cDtio. No. 8. neach KSt.. Daton
Phone 89. Daytona, Fla. physician inc e.K LOC
.v.vw'Y ,IFYF-YI -v --- --- -- --

San Mateo Cigars

Have Made

A Reputation of

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






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f[- -flt and Nursery Combined.
W recent visitor to Brittany de-
ucribes In the New Orleans Times-
Democrat the two story closed bed of
the Breton peasant. in many cases a
richly carved and ornamented heir-
loom and always highly prized.
One day the visitor was expressing
her admiration of a certain "lit-clos."
when madam pulled the sliding pan-
els apart and revealed the figure of

U........ i -,1 u i. ,1,UpIM,, ...K.. her husband sleepily rubbing his eyes
sands; no one who ever pedaled a bi- and wanting to know what was the
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever matter. She calmly explained to him
drove a prancing pair of horses and list- that the visitor wanted to see lihe in-
ened to the popping of their steel shoes side of the bed and then expl:inrted to
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one the visitor that her good man ha;d been
who ever steered a high-power automo out fishing since dawn and wias very
bile down the broad stretch of wave- tired. The visitor be-red him to close
ile down te broad stretch of he panels and go to sleep again, which
washed and surf-packed sand but real- he Immediately did, but not before she
ized that it is a world-beater, a world- noticed that he was fully dressed. It
wonder. Go stand upon this wide seems that the Broton peasant always
speedway and see the happy souls flit disappears Into the "lit-eos" fully
by in joyous mood, and answer whether dressed and always ntc-rges there-froml
this is not one of the seven modern in the same condition. While her uits-
wonders. band slept madam enlarged on the
The Placd. Pellucid Halifax River. advantage. of a "lit-elos" in liringing
The lcid. Ped lfp a family.
Where think you is water with more "I have h:a d -ix !iih:e.'" she said.
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a "and when tli..y were li;t!e I used to
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta. put three in the tip stryv and three
tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve- In the bottom. then e-l:e-e the panels
randa's looking out upon her bosom, and leave them with al eiay mind."
gamey food fishes in countless numbers
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod A Singular Meal.
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck One of the tt s sit;ngular mie:ls ever
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds, Pateln wan lqt01' 1 v'I to a select few
which sit about as if for the sport of t arussels soie yrsv amed m ielrel hi
.rl. -,selssonel v-:grs a*o. The tbreadl
bobbing upon her waves; watch that s rt a
lubberly old white headed pelican pol the ahidfren f Israel growled ut ofore
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk str-g- Egypt, and it wv:s spread with hlutter
gling upward with his floundering load made when I.:lial-kthi ruled lI:nghltnd.
he snatched from the water. For fruit thter,' wert, ai.ple.s whihii
Seethe beautiful launches, spick and ripenel before the 'Chri--iiaRn era. andt
span, their hampers and lockers bulging the wine was hl!der than the white
with refreshments both solid an I liquid man's knowld'.-. of i the inew world.
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful The bread:td wa s nm:tle frit whealt taken
surface. Takeout your field ghlassand fromi a ichatnlbr ill o(te otf the lpyra-
'sweep the river from Ormond bridge to mids. the libutter ,.f wlib'h there 3vre
Ponce Park light house, then say sevartheral in ( dslk h:; en1e f lf underin
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of the n l rt ,-rs ft :., |i s i,t ifuand.
beauty and a joy forever, and one of A pantry In i the r in- gif Pompeii h:!l
the modern wonders. furnished the jar oif apples (which
The Enchantingly PIcturesque Ridgewood. were as sweet :n;di !itiely ttl;ivlr:d :is if
Ridgewood avenue is upon theerestof only a few mtih1s i!dl. :and tie flagon
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies, of winie h:ad l.eent rc,,,'1vered from an
and the wide-spreading braneles of the old vault in Cirinth. Six guests en-
Sjoyed this a:;:i;ni;.." ne;ail.- (lhaiceno
heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their News.
giant arms across this magnificent vista,
forming an arch, and from these extend- The Englishman and His "Bawth."
ed arms great festoons of Spanish mio&s "I had a li:cehhlor apartment at one
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas time with aiii l;Enlishlinin. who was
fan them. Looking straight ahead down always talking ;iim.iut his -lawth. you
this white shell street one has the imi- know,'" s'ial a New York banker.
pression of a fairy path with elfiph dra- "The first*.thlt 4 *f : nimorating he said:
series, but as you move along and cast 'l lust takemy, I l:wth *t," kuith -
Really, now. 1 i:ti.tl talke ry bawyth--
an eye first to the right and then to the haw, 1hw."
left you see distinguished cottage homes "Hle did so itii-!t talking habut his
in the most delightful settings. 'bawti' that I sta.icd Iu- iltoriing to
Surpassing Beauty otOur Cottage Homes. See him ta'i' it to st.# if it was dif-
ferent fr'iint tihe 'm.ih of the American.
No one of Daytona s attractions, per- "it ws. This is :wt e id: First
haps commands more nearly universal he spread a soft t1,wel at the bottom
attention and praise than does the artis- of the hIathtul. then turned on the
tic cottage. The owners of these charm- water until it was about two inches
ing villas hail from every corner of the high.
country and they bring their own archi- "'So ias nt to chill tmy feet. you
textural plans and build upon them,and know-lhaw. h;w:" he* explaini.el tuo lne
as the architecture of one section of the "Then lie stood m in the soft towel in
the two inlhei of water, turned on
country differs from the architecture of the two h l g tf iv.-iter turned on
the spray, slpr:;m.- through it, leaped
another so do our homes differ in out- out aid rushed f, r :3 t-Huei.
ward appearance and structural beauty "lie had taken hi-;s "ii-iwth. you know
from one another. There are no moneto- -haw, haw:' "- WVashingt4ifn ,i'..st.
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings --- -
but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated Doors In China.
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps In China doors :ae ften roundd, leaf
the mind wondering "What next?" shaped or sen;itir. ular. In placing-
Streetsand Pavements the Most and Best. them the IUlu r e.-uaiilly :avoid having
one pi|l.,osilt, :ttni mZ!,r hlst evil spirits
Why the. Architect of the UTniverse find their wat fr.,i tl street lntli the
chose to give to Daytona the most ad- recesses of tithe .niblim. The door-
-mirable, the most picturesque natural ways separatin:z the ',.uirts of a gar-
setting of all the cities of the South is. den are usual!i: ,f mai el:laitrate kind.
not revealed but that such is a fact and the t.cla:r.aI:il rniit Is onet of the
must be apparent to the most superficial niost popiuilir. It-!Loiits superstition
observer. With such lavish wealth of asserts ltslf it ,'hlese architecture.
natural beauty it became an easy thing aund the u, im r-il sa-rid,,ess of the
for the hand of man to give the litth, lnu'menls: at 1 tih id,' qi' i Thllre 15
finishing touches which have brought a triplh- g.ewt tew I -- o,,f the halls
out the colors and outlines of the big of Ihe liniia.tiIl l,;iha.-*. and the same
picture, order prevail s :It Ithe lMil" t-itmhs. The
Man did all this in thle laying out of Temple of Heath ha-i': :a t'iple roof. a
the streets with their wide margins of triple imarllr St:I rT.:s-e, and :;l hig inys-
parkage, the entire city becomes a tic sytmbll-n I", int.s either to 3 or its
great park multiplles.
And as for pavements, pavemlents The Color of Lakes.
that look and act like granite,-where :i,,nle l:ks :are dlstihn-ly blue. oth-
else between the eastern and western ers are of various .shades of green, so
seas are so many miles in proportion to that in some ,.ases they are scarcely
inhabitants? Till some unheard-of disthiinuishalle frim their level, grass
place reports more and better, Daytona surroiiunded !itiks. A few. too, are il-
throws down the gauntlet to the world. most Ilack. 'l I l.ake of ;Geneva Is
Squilrrels, Flowers. Birdsand Fruits. aZlll'tre itld. lm' l.:ike oif 'Constance and
Whatever one's shortcomings and the Lake of l'-'eriie a:ire green. while
however indifferent or eve callous one the c(l1or ,f the' Meliterranea:n has

may be to many things, the mere men- been called inlili",. The ll.ke of Brienz
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds and is gret iLsh ,.iin,\. :t; d its nelghbotr,
fruits" will send a thrill that is reflected .ake Thu'Il. is i!-w.
in distended pupils and pricked ears. Fashion. Not Health
For every visitor with a spare "goo- il t:tFashion, Nt elth. ys th
ber" there is a bunny ready to come out Iowa liealth ulhlhti if :a physician
and accept your gift. He will sit bolt tells a ora n u Il:at il. hi1rh.r to inllpro-e
upright and gnaw into the meat. casting her health tihe imust wuv;Ir her clothes
furtive, saucy glances at you meanwhile. Itn a certain waity she- will follow the
Flowers! Usually fresh and blooming advice oef Lher !r,-.s<;a:tker instead.
the year 'round. In one yard roses of
variegated hues predominate, another A Total Abstainer.
has a penchant for the poinsettia and E.xcited Indi-idua;l-ls this where
the preraises are aflame; another is hid- tlthey' s wear lIol'1'I'? 'ottmmissioner For
den in a jungle of tall cane. Oatuh -Yes. sir. Whlt cian I ndo for
The birds flit in,and with their joyous yt? Exancitel II!!dhhtill 1 w nt to
-t l take an oa;lth ne\ver t-, put down an-.
notes help to give fullness and synie- other <'arpet. -I...nl,.dn Tele"raph.
try to the picture.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, Day- Accommodating Him.
tona yields the palm to none for quality Youth- Oh, I don't uwnut to take that
and quantity per acre. There are scores character. Ill make a ftol of myself
of citrus groves in proximity to the city, sure. Matdlen! \W-il. you said you
branches bending to the earth with their wanted an cv'y part.- lDetroit Free
burdens of luscious golden globes. Press.
The Fastest Autos And The Finest Out. Chased by a Sea Serpent
Here is where world's records for speed "Ever see a ste: s'rlpenmt':
are broken with every rpecrrin, -,apn,. I was chased ly one ouce."

The Modem

Seven Wonders

Dayteas's la m raMe Ocea Beach.

"Gco your way," responded the men-
dicant blithely. "I can see as well as
you can. That placard is part of the
Naturally the emblarrasised policeman
let hint go.- Phlladeldphia Ledger.

Where Clothes Are No Clew.
A tlmn'sg(,oltilln garb not oiily affords
no clew to his. grollfing ability. hut It )
does not give the slightest iindicatioi
(of his social position or wealth or
even of his taste.-:Iolf Illustrated.

"Little Englands."
The English always carry with then
their national cutlStOlils. and whtverever
they settle down. even for awhile.
they or-gatnlze "little Englands."- Parts

A patlent mind is the best remedy
for atllt-tli:ns.- Plautus.

The First Kindergarten.
The tliist kit,!tergarlen was opened by
Frocil-l ain I ;;- t l :rnirateiiliurg. (er-
matliv. adl til'lce.il years afterward he
died. This s::hcrt p Iri d was sunliicienl
to estaililsih ;I system'i of oedut-ation that
has tm;il.- lift',e iffi-reiit for little chil-
dren. W\en tl he king of Prussia In
l5il forl-1adi tile estbillishlment of kin-
dergartens le old maan dhid of a bro-
ken heart, not dre:tiinngi that his life
work had lteen a noble success.
That Is the Difference.
"Now. then. I,,oys.. If you had to ad-
dress :a large lnx of tea on the one
hand and it schoolmliinaster ont the other,
what woi-uln l'e the difference in 'your
forti of saiutai ti'? Of -coutrse Vyou will
reip!y 'We dtl't know.' Well. we will
tell you. A I:ir;z' Iix (,of tea you would
address as i"thi it tcac-hest.' ld :a s-chool
master you wiuhl salute with 'thou
that teahesl.' 'This is tie difference.
30o se'e." ILollnd i'Scraps.
An Unfounded Rumor.
"Mrs. Miuclhnire told mte,'" said Mrs.
Oldcaslle. "that Ihe inew mlnisti4t ;atn
in his vestmentes wihen line omtivtlatedl at
your datighter's weddingg"
"It ain't true," replied her hostess
Ias she fliin onlile off her roe.s of lpearls
over thie back of a ninety dollar rnock
ing; chair. "W\e brought ahiam over ina
iour Rcutomiulile." Chinago Iecord-
Even at tile etmllator tie average
temperature of thie sea at the depth
of a mile is .ilt 4 degrees ahove freez-
uIg plollit.

Syrup *ligs
S t. T^ S

Sfeixir tSenna

acts ently yet prompt-

l ontAre boes.,cleanses

le 5yste0ll eOctually,

assists one i n overcouliul

halitual constipation

permanent y o. o et its
eneficial 4eects by

The Touch.
"Shadhlllt. did you ever have a touch

One of Daytona crowning glories is
her incomparable beach. No one who!
anira fAn* .n ita aef\.i t.h t -kan-d A

of anything like the alpplendicitis?" I F irst pub. June 12. lnst pub. July Io)
I"One. Have you for. iigoteni. Dinguss. Notice of Application for Ta4 Ded
that when yon were operated, on for iti Under Section 8 of Chapter 488,.
you tiouchetd lm1 t for an even hundred?'" Laws of Florida.
--CMhiago Tribune. Notice is her,.-hy given that L. ,. t'aye
lurt-h:t.mr of Tax. ('ertlllcate No. :'15. (dted
tI.- :;r-l td;y of .Juil- A. it.. Il*Y7 has filed said
Re sure to put your feet in the right *-rtiit-nae iln my otff'.inaid has made appil-
e ritioi for tax deed to issue in accordance
llace, then stand firm.-I.inctln.l with lnw. Said certiticate enlbraces the
f tollowlig dc-si-rlliLd property situated in
The Trolble With Golf. Valtituin county, 'lorln. to-wit: Kt2 Chs of
N; N h-.i. (o 1: 1-I lot X7 Hopkins ItU-h Grant
Queen Vi toria once idit, l.edi ('ut1t i I;.r,-.. Ttie-stiml lnuld tI-iItg asses- Shuivalov. the I-t.slat aldor to. ,f t i. .~u:,n--of of suchb i-ertlflrat ip the
Silltmi" n liukliown. I'nlsles sa'mai crtitta'te
try a game of ;Zltf at l':itlnioral. Thle suill Iw revd-eined according to law, tax
I(ussian did try. but after ilnnumrerable d"",' will isue thI.-ro-on on the 12day of July
IA. 11..1l9i". \itiirs my otfcial signature
RLisses he turllcd rntlld to on;te of the utulI .-int this the II lany of June of A 1),
bystanders and said: 1:.'.L
"Ach, ni~nfsicetir. it wipti,41i I( rt .1 \e a i -Cy ( rt iI. JOMOAN,
"ic', ontlel ] r, it W, d l;e a very ('li.rk('Irc-li'tc ur t. V:clusiai puntt, lioridt i.
nice gamllte if the ball w-: tn times. ._
larger. Now let ;us o I '1miP."
But what hie sa.tid it l:s--i tt to h1m- NOTICE.
self Is not rcao-e-dl. ,.E ITY 'Ot'.'I has instructed the
1 ..m--ilrrieillm IQ to ollet all uts.ssssnm-iits
l*lllllll* ellllll*-ll** In ulu' th.1" * a ni -ih-it'walk-,.-tc. n thet mani shall
*t-14,*I' hv .Au-u- t 1, |!0. stit will ltie iu.ti-
Legal Notices = '", 1 I,, 1
u -4-i,' I Kt .\YR T. TirITl.
S* I "'olhlt-tur of th -'iity of liaytona.

Notice of Final Discharge. OW TlF n the R AACH

Notiv.- 4- tnm-n.* v t i%... I t uat -.tix iitu in'.
:nte 412ail t.-. tui-wuit : mmi Illn.- 2%1 Ii minv mit Nqbi'u-
'-nni-n1I -r. 19119 0~m. o :,'.uta II.r-:tmt-i' l~u
lwa.ai- I will ttamakt.- Im ll ia111.1rut-11-1,I ea. ta' v--
1-lilor of the Ii" .tisIW i I :I tidT-it :a il'-it tit ot
i lnina M.l S t. iiim--va't.-i. 1Ia' 11am- I iuINmt
.1 linnt-.4o(f %*'uItu,i.a 4 'mitt ttt F itmi~j. l~i.manlt[:Isk
thattI I iw ia I IIt- Ii.- matlmiwi-ti annil :nl: ili-i 11.v A.n id
I[kit lt m IHIM II"'Ul 1-:r1 I-xr l ifmII-' Ill I nh
Inmlilt ai-tralbr'utithItli-Will A -II-d.

4 Fir'.t pulli. Jumna- Ia: hn-t th nt.7

Notice to Debtors and Creditors.:

Fal IoridtaR io a I 11:4 11
'A 1.1, -Itu I i-n I :a~- -%i t vaR i,- it [ o1 :1"
aga~ildmatit- la t( 1-1 1111,1 :1if--
.1. tugilan-l I tn.- ~:114.1.- ni It a-a(tt m1 '-t1
wi i fn t hna h l-Ill il.--sjIlwm ml tilthim Riml..
tunalw.- n1mifiuni b). t laIt tit-in l ln-- xxwill I.- ui'-n
l'mnr-.-sl ~ 11 iEN MANN. K%, uatomr

Citation of Administration.
I t ('4I11'111 ot l'li t

~ lltli~Hl~lj'3 ~lrati:~r l ~l~I :1 (~11 ,
V401(iat tb I I In I I ltl .'.-

A iit it i- i ;t r.d v-a -4l. I jj .. i in .hn c-(it. nlz. to~
V 40 U.fi jj~V k' i- 11 -41 f- I lit: 1

cutltof i F lI h dai-iulnu. nIIIn mtt .Il lit- 4o aiixitt -

You ui tirl rhl,'n-.t r'-utittt-.-it n :4 : iii mlii-
-tHill f i'.13t lai l'tIItI 114 l- n-in a-ki-dmu
inn Il,- ,I li Ianii. tta -d u-antiI--. 4- 11(i0non 1.-fi.t-I' .
-ith diix Of ILIIY,- 'A.-Ii. 11
natelemi:ts!I)#~- mr-x111i h11n1.n1i t t ilnt o-a ..i.-l
*-nhalfIll- putlel-ila mtintfl.--,- a i'- 1 t-a
cl ilt-'lti-- .. t *k
It'a .% i-~li ild lma itli!Ilu hn

Month I
... .....10:45... ...11:22... ....11:31...
... ... -11:27 ... ...12:03.. ...12:18..
... 3...... 2:05.... ...12:44..... 1 :0..
4... ....12:40...... 1:23...... 1.50...
... 5..... 1:15... ... 2:5... ... 2:39..
.. i;...... 1:4...... 2:50... ... 3:.29...
. 7.. 7.... -2:23... ... 3:37... ... 4:22...
. ... ... 3:03...... 4:31...... 5:19...
... 9 ... 3:47 ...... 5:32... ... 6:20...
...10...-.. 4:3: ... ... 6:3S...... 7:25...
....11.... 5:40 ...... 7:47...... S:33...
..1...1 ... :52..... :53...... 9:39...
...13 ... :02... ... 9:57... ...10:40...
...14..... 9:12......10:57- ...11:36...



1h i'05...


...IS ...... 12:55....2.. 1:29...... 1:56.
... ....... 1:43 ... ... 2:14... ... 2:39...
...-'0 ... 2:30 ... 2:58...... 3:21...
..21... ... 3:15...... 3:45...... 4-00...
.22.. ... 4:02...... 4:32 ...... 4:41...
..23... .- 4:50...... 5:20... ... 5:24 .
...24 .... .. .:40... 4 6:1-..J... 6.W)9;;.
...2,5... ... 6:33.... 7A2...J... 7:03,.
...... ..7:26 ...... 7:57..... 8:00...
...27... S:... ... 8:53.. ... 9.02...
...28... ... 9:5... ... 9:8...-...10:01...
...2... ... 9:55 ... ...10:38.....10:58...
...30... ..10:4...... 11:27...!..11:19...
...31...... ...... .... ........ 11:56...
Forenoon and afternoon tides are ap.
roximately at the same hour. Auto-
obiles can be driven on the beach two
ours after high tide and within two
ours of high tide.



Have the Mosquitos

bit yet?

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Origin of the Term GQringo.' Nature a- a Designer.
o the average Mexican all Ameri- Not the least mysterious of all the
cans are "gringos." They are too po- wonders of the earth is the extraor-
lite to call you a gringo to y.ur fae. 'dinary clevern.- of I ~n N.iturn. :;a
but among themselves It Is the term a carver and designer. ier tools ar,-
generally used In referring to Ameri- air, rain. rivers. springs and fr-st.
cans. It Is a term of disrespect, just Any one who lhas -,.eir .ei the II...
as "greaser" when applied to a Mexi- velous Quiee'i I-. can is an opprobrious term. "Gringo" Cornish coast. ht toniderful lpres-.ill
had its origin during our war with ment of Queen I:llt-letti. wh!o Is Se;at
SMeico in 1847. Bobby Burns' song, ed so grandlyn t;.-'i ltlr s.:l!.ls. 111:1-
with the chorus, have asked ilm-,:if the 'i;:.'-:i. : .s ;.
Green grow the rashes, 0! how nmtirh l thin- ct.uld h::v' I,,'tnli :n-
Green grow the rashes. 0! connliKshd. t'. :; .- i i:! ;
The sweetest hours that e'er I spend .. r
Are spent among the lasses. 0! water wear.,::;-, !i ": ,:ii: r .
Swas very popular then, and our sol- t1IalIhazard i. i ;t I ;i !: .- ,
Sdiers in Mexico sang it on the march pattern is fl.r'n;:. .* ;, :1 ; .I < r,
i and.on nearly every occasion. "Green semtl!s a ir.; :, ., r.. -.:;,i ., -: :!
Grow" sounded like "gringo" to the a-iual. A.l i r I.." .! :',-
Mlexicans unacquainted with English,l has .la,;,'r l ic :!'!; :
and they quickly learned to speak of "olleticn of st.,::::rv. '! I fi.
the American soldiers as "gringos," show 1i tihe- v ..,h1.
and thenceforth this appellation has Anothir r! .\ ; : rh:t ,r'
been attached to all Americans.--Out- oflte resull is ;i ex :ri.r:.,r -i-: .*'
ing Magazine. I emig efre-! d i1 ; I.i;;a !i. -\:' :i l.
( slils hi:i\a :;ris'. ;n ir,:ii t:;" !ti;<- ( ;,e I
Three Kinds of Cigars. sile u--. .A ;;: iI.;!. .'
What is a Havana cigar? George' flow f .tllor it:td -r:'i::; i::l!er
Augustus Sala. who had studied Cuban nin' :I hli.I ir .. til:I :: :.' t !
cigarmaking on the spot, once set forth eartil oe',' n ik" h "'1.!.l0
that three kinds of cigars come from, tihe sit It" :::: "; 'i..: '*he s< i
Havana itself-first, genuine Havanas, let t agai:nt' i:. f '! :'i <. : *! rI
;made of tobacco grown, cured and lions of t' .:' I.** .:-'* "'r t:!' 1 irlt.
rolled in the Island of Cuba; second, the s.i. \hi h; r-, ;. ,:-I ,tOI ?t
cigars composed inside of United t'.m!'*! ,!.ii:' s f :r I'o'"
States or European tobacco Imported tl tt:i rhi!i't-: ,-:i !'. .,,: .l .-:,!:;rl
Into Cuba, with an outside wrapper of
Havana leaf; third, cigars brought Engli;. Lure'r--:: Lif. rs.
ready made from Europe, mostly from l:nlisl r:iliy : :ip: i, sfr
Bremen and Switzerland. and re-ex- severely tlr. thr thie i ii:r!'..i.;: of p-s
ported from Havana to Europe. where : seniors' I ,:. :l.* :;it ii thir :itri les I.y
r they pay duty and are sold to the un- platform lii\t,-vs-. ;a i ;w : .-!:!:e i-:t:,s i!
wary as "Havanas." is a difii nit i::ttir t ti t!he. i
cTre;int t ir ( -f t!ia.' l;:-i;re lifietr>
The Romance of Other Years. was on ,it u-:t<'i:!l -n!l lile a+ '
"One of the most beautiful smiles sen" keelitl-n tiil ,i-tr a lilrrow of
ever seen upon the face of mortal suf- luggage, av.d in i1:- h:tl he carri.l
fused itself on tile countenance of apparently at gd sizill li-rtini:tnteau.
Lord St. Orville as he fell at the feet le walked t1i 1 <,!A ia the platform
of Julia in a deathlike swoon." You several thln-s ; :1id :ir i;t istiped p-
probably suplw ose that this sentence is poste the !st-f:t->. ii l..ig i ag
San extract from s slsc-hotlgir's uov- en the Iarrow f,,r :a ;ntalullt. he then
elette; but. in fact, it comes from a picked it up m:lul w:lk,(kd ,iT. B ut tle
novel which eighty years ago was seen lynx eye of ,o( of the raihlvy officials
ou the tables of most people of taste had also ln w h barrow,
Sand culture. That is the style whk-h and. going ul t t! t e In1.:m, had him ar-
rested atd se:irrhled. it 'was flind
Swas delectable in the brave days (of rest il s'rhed t :s
Sold.-London Telegraph. that his rl:ap 'rent iportnntoau was
only a skeleton and inside lhad a set
Not Guilty.of springs, elt.. which when placed
Sh o to a t all over a smaller lm)g. held the latter in
I have orders to arrest al b ston. But for the smarnness of the
beggars," said the polleman, not un- oicial at her tr:veor's h woull
kindly. to the man with an "I Am lave len itsing.- 1indon Answers.
IHlid" placard.

(First pub. May 22, II..

Administrator's Notice.
All persons having any claim whatsoever
against the state of Klhas M. Vining, late
ofOrmond. Volusla Oounty, Florida, are
hereby notified to ile their accounts with
the undersigned within six months from
date. or the sainme will be barred according
to law. JAMME P. VINTIG,
IMat.d-Onrmond, Fla., May 15th, 190.

(First puh. June 5; last pub. July .)
Notice of Applkatio for Tax Deed
Under Secton 8 of Chapter 4888,
Laws of Florida.
Notle.- is ht-re-l given that J. R. Weth-
er-ll. purn-hlser of Tax Certificate No. 154.
d;tald tth-, :r day of June, A. D., 19M, ha.-
tllild 'iid certificate in my office, and has
mlnde application for tax deed to issue
in accordance with law. Said certificate
e-uilratmfs the following described property
situated in Voiusia County, Florida, to-wit:
North L of lot 4 Block 18 I*eLand.
The sitid land belng assessed at the date of
the it.suance of such certificate In the name
of C. I.. 4mith, Jr. Unless said certificate
shaitll I redeemed according to law, tax
deed will issue thereon on the 12th day of
.July. A. II., It.
Witness umy offtelal signature and seal
this the llth day of June, A. D., 191.
Clerk Circuit Court VolusiaOCounty. Florida

( First pub. June 12; last pub. July 14I>
Notice of Application for Tax Deed
Under Section S of Chapter 4888,
Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that T. H. cave, Hr.
purchaser of Tax Crtitictte No. 31. dated
Lhei ;rd day of June A. 1). 110r, has filed said
iertitrl;ate In my office, and has madeappli-
cation for tax deed to issue in accordance
with law. Maid certificate einbraces the
following describe-d property situated in
Valusi county. Florida, to-wit: W4 1-2 chs
of K h5- of K 1-2 of lot .B Hopkins Fitch
irnnt 4 acres. The said land being assessed
at thie ditu- of the issuance ofsueh ct-rtfflcat,
in the naiun of unknown, Unltss saia cer-
tillalte shall I nr-deemed according to law,
tax deedf will issue thereon the 12 day of
July A. I., 141.
Witne-s nmy otncial signature and seal
this the llth day of Juine, A. 1i. 0.
(41.ALI MAM'L D. JoeDoe,
t'lerk Circuit ('ourt Volusta County, Florida.

First pub. June 1I-; last pub. July I14b
Notice of Application for Tax Deed
SUnder Section 8 of Chapter 4888,
Laws of Florida.
Notice is heIrn-lv- glvten that I. E. ('.ave
>purchaser of Tax C'ertilicate No. .t'1. tiated
the *rd day June A. D.. IM., has flied said
c-rtilfcate* in lay Oltcc. tiand has made
applicintion for tax deed to issue In
i;taordlanct with law. Said certifcate eni-
Ibr:;ces tie following described property
:situated- ill Volusia county. Florida, to-wit:
:h t ft. of N. chs of W3-n of lot r Hopklns
Fitch (Grunt I acre. The said land Iwing as-
sesi < a t the date of the issuance of such
u-,.rtifllchat in the nami- of unknown. Unless
satidl --ertitnicte shall lw redeemed according
Sto law, tlax deeti will issue thrren ono the 12
lday of July A. IP., 11t9.
Wit i-ss lny offici-al signature nud seal this
th.l11 i Al.t H KAM'LL Il. JORDAN.
S'l-rk circuit t Court Vnliisin,County.Florita.

. LOR YSAT.-m AV )


Mrs, Celeste Hinks, Proprietress, Dayta iBeai, .
Are you going to spenwl the summer on the beach? Thbe wa o
~go to the Daytona Beach Hotel.

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