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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Daytona gazette news
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Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: July 3, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Daytona, Florida, July 3, 1909.


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| I MCCIAL TOWEL SALE
Owing to the late arrival of a shipmentof f oe hundred dozen Towels
S*which we should have received early in the spring, but arrived after our
seas o is over, we will hold a SPECIAL TOWEL SALE in order to lose
out the entire let. These towels are first-elm in every respect and are well
Worth 121 cents, but we must get rid of them and will cloe out the entire
S100 dozen at 3 for 25 cents or 95c a dozen. Do not fail to get what towels
you need at this ridiculously low price. Se the window display.

-1THE PECK HENDRICKS COMPANY.
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Pictures.


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


A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME


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


W. CARROLL,


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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-
eeive special attention. Those
who employ us never worry about
our charges, and they know be-
fore enaging us that our work-
manship will be the best.

Daytona Electric Co.


232 South Beach Street.


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R. D. TAYLOR, Electrical Contractor
House Wiring a Specialty.
Dealer ias l cal Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shades,
l amps No. 8 Orange avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.
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SBond Lumber Company,

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iLath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime
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Kalamasoo. on anford Branch ct the F. E.C. Ry.


SPhone 83


R. J. MALBY, Manager.


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WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING
getting a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Roof, a Hot Air Furnace,
Wany of the other metal necessities required to complete a modern
iwellmng, remember that

SC. NASH A SON
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beet prepared to give prompt and reliable service at fair prices.
General repair shop on Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory.
X58 Out of town work solicited.


CMPAE THE TEMIATUE

fI TrE NT o A sD sTL

Weather Her in Florida was Cool


Comparitively, During the
Recet Hot Wave.
The idea held by a majority of
the people of the North that the
summer heat in Florida must be
intense, is far from being true. It
it the long continued, moderately
high temperature that by its very
monotony becomes tiresome to some
people, while there are many more
who do not hesitate in saying they
prefer the summers to the winters,
especially here on the East Coast,
where the heat of the day is usually
tempered by the delightfully re-
freshing ocean breezes, sweeping in
from the broad Atlantic.
A rather peculiar instance in re-
gard to the temperature during the
week ending with the change of
Tuesday, as noted by Mayor E. W.
Greene, will servealso as means of
eomparienn with the temperature
elsewhere. For ten consecutive
days the maximum temperature was
86 degrees, something in the matter
of uniformity that Mr. Greene had
never before noticed in the twenty
years he has been keeping a record
of the temperature in Daytona.
It is true that we have recently
experienced some very warm weath-
er, broken by the norther of last
Monday, but the temperature has
been much higher north of us, in
fact the temperature at New York


and other Eastern points ranged
several degrees higher than at Key
West and parties from this place,
who had recently gone North have
been writing friends here about the
hot weather.
Capt. A. H. Schmidt, in telegraph-
ing to his father last week of the
safe arrival of himself and family in
New York, added that the weather
was very hot and in a letter to this
office, the forepart of the week, from
A. Staples, at New Haven, Conn.,
Mr. Staples says: "We have spent
the four hottest days since we came
North that we have seen in four
yetrs. Expect to be home soon to
get cooled off." Mr. Staples en-
closed a clipping from the New
Haven Evening Register, giving a
lurid description of the prevailing
hot wave and said the picture was
not at all overdrawn. The Register
article gave the temperature on the
street that day as 98 degrees and
stated that owing to the extreme
heat, many of the large shops and
factories were obliged to close dur-
ing the hottest part of the day and
in many other cases the workmen
themselves quit, not being able to
stand the heat.


No mosquitoes, gnats or flies can stand
.Nyal's Mosquito Lotion.
They don't trouble persons protected
by it.
One application is effective for hours,
yet it washes off easily and will not in-
jure the most delicate skin. Price 25e.
One store in each city sells Nyal's
preparations.
We're "It" here.
HANKINS, The Druggist,
AT THE PLA4'E
Where Volusia Meets Beach.


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Telephone Franchise Passed-
Other Ordinances Under
Consideration.
The two colored policemen of
Midway and Waycross had the usual
monthly stipends of $30 each clip-
ped off 'by the city council, Monday
evening, and hereafter they will re-
ceive only fees.
The office of sanitary inspector
was combined with that of city
marshal and in future John Myers
will receive $ 0O per month for at-
tending to the duties of the two
offices.
Bonds to the amount of $1,50T)
were ordered taken up and interest
on bonds to the amount of $412.50
was ordered paid. The usual bud-
get of bills, amounting to $154 l25,
was allowed.
Alderman Schmidt gave notice
that he would present a new, pro-
posed ordinance referring to the
bucket system.
The city clerk was directed to ad-
vertise for bids for cleaning buckets.
The proposed ordinance for the
railroad franchise was passed on
first and second readings.
The ordinance to grant a franchise
to the East Florida Telephone Com-
pany, which was returned by the
mayor and reconsidered by the
council, was again passed on third
reading, with slight amendments.
An ordinance providing against
pollution of city water, when the
waterworks system is completed,
was passed first and second readings.


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ELECTRIC LIGHTS, ELECTRIC BELL.9
HOT AND COLD BATS.


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Beginning with May 1st

we will close our store

at 8 p. m. Saturday's

and on Thursday's at

12 o'clock noon.


Respectf~

The Conrad Grocery Company
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will deliver gasoline without

any charge for delivery at

any point in Daytona, Sea-

breeze, Daytona Beach, Or-

mond or Port Orange. Qualm

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


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Lubricating Oils.


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Electricity will pump water

for 5 cents per 300 gallons.


Adam Schantz Electric iht Plnt,

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THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS
PUBLISHED~ ,A\,VRY SATURDAY
T. E. FITZGERALD, Eitor


THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY


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(INCORPORATED) SEABREEZE, June, 30.-A stiff
southeast wind has made an unusually
Entered at the Postofflie at Daytona, Flonda, as Second Class Matter. high surf for the past two days, and the
bathers are enjoying their dip close in
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. shore.
The Peninsular Bridge Company i:
Oepy eoe ytr ...... 150 improving the river approach to Ocea
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On opy three months .. tainig rock wall to safeguard against a
washout. t
SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1909 Mr. Farrell is expected here next 8
month, when he will let the contract for i
a handsome residence on Halifax ave-
IIT fTHAN P 1 R 1 XY nue, on his lot purchased of J W. Er- i
SPORT ORANGE IOI regger last winter.
SWmHLE Miss Helen Burgman, who is spending
PORT ORANGE, June 0.--Capt the summer at Cheehire, Pa, guest of
W. IL McIntire one of our former Miss Batch, will visit Misses Pierson at
W M tofr one of ourf a grandson of the Founder of the Newark, N. Y., during July,
citizens but of late years of Tampa Mr. and Mrs. S. Haigh and Mr. and i
is visiting his daughter Mrs. Fayette Town of Ormond in Critical Oliver left this morning for
McDonald. Condition at Seabreeze. DeLand and Orlando.
laurence Savage and his wife and .M- rs. H. A. Benard. *Surf Crest, located directly on the
arrived from the West beach, is offering a summer rate of $6
daughter ar d from the est SEABREEZE,June3.---Saturday up, per week. 4-4t (
Coast and are living on the old place morning while fishing on the Central The unwelcome nevs comes that Mrs. s
in Duanlton. bridge at an early hour, Charles Or- Alice Godsmark lies dangerously ill at S
M.Prvatt and daughter from mond was stricken with apoplexy, Denver, Colorado Her brother who is i
lumbia county visited Mrs. Corom nd now les astrken with a lexy with her, writes to a friend here that he f
Colmbia county visited Mrs. Cor- and now lies at the Seabreeze Samnta- will take his sister to his Pennsylvania t
bett and Mrs. Wells lately. rium with little hope of recovery, home as soon as she has sufficiently re- c
Mr. Appenzeller left last week for Mr. Ormond came here from At- covered to stand the trip.
his summer home in Frankfort, Ind. lanta, Ga., last winter, and has been Philip Stuart returned the latter part S
Geo. W. Johnson has begun his living in the Kittridge shack on of last week trom a prospecting trip to I
new home on Orange street. Valley street for some time. He rs Marha An nd s John,
Miss Lena Sparkman returned had been suffering with asthma, and came over from Seville Monday for a
home Tuesday from DeLand. wished to live an out door life as few days visit with Mrs. S. E. Gilmore. t
much as possible, and when he first E. L. Shear and family, of Daytona, t
Mr. L Kennedy and family have came tented awhile on Major Rus- have moved to the beach, and are occu-
moved to Holly Hill after living in sell's farm. He was an early fisher- pying the Blivin cottage. v
Port Orange for over thirty ye man, and went out Saturday morning A. J. Coburn and family left Saturday
We wish them success in their new about five o'clock to cast his lin for Chicago, and other points north.
home. The son Andrew (Pat) is in e was observed by Mr. oll Mrs. Coburn and Leota will spend
Jee oa o d by Mr. o most of the time with the former's pa- a
Jacksonville. who was busy with his boat nearby rents near Urbana, Ohio. c
Mrs. Vincent Savage is in Port to be about as usual,'and ha4 Been R. T. Butler left Monday on his usual
Orange visiting her relatives, plying his line for sometime, %vhen summer trip west. He will stop off at
T.J. Smith is having s summer he sat down as if tired, and in a Ocalaa few days enroute. a
kitchen built at his residence on short time dropped over unconscious. Miss Elizabeth Sawyer, one of Or-
in aMr. Holland summoned assistance; mond's charming young ladies, is guest a
Ridgewood avenue. of Miss Boyd and mother this week.
he was removed to his cottage and am returned lat riday
Alex Prevatt is putting down a Dr. Bohannon was summoned. The from F r rth Texas. Mrs Brihday
Well in Kingston. from Fort worth, exas Mrs. Brigham
wel in Kingston. doctor rendered every assistance; was called to Maine by the illness of her <
Guat. Johnson has begun a cot- and Sunday morning removed him mother. Mr. Brigham has about de-
tage on his lot on Herbert avenue, to the Seabreeze Sanitarium that he cided that Seabreeze and the East Coast i
Mr. Lyon has a crew of men mak- might have better care. are not to be duplicated, and is looking t
around for a lot to build a home.
ing cement blocks for his new store. Every effort was made to get in ar d or Swft retured oha om a
.hMayor Swift returned Mohday from a b
communication with his relatives, business trip to New York.
and at last a sister, residing in At- Miss Harvey, of Jacksonville, is occu-
S lanta, but who was in California on paying the Beekman home on the beach. s
HOLLY HILL a visit was heard from. Mr. Or- Judge Stewart and family spent Sun-
mond claims to be the grandson of day at their beach home.
HOLLY HILL, June 30.-Gen. H. the founder of the town of Ormond, Lyman.Pettisworth, after spending a (
Clark and Miss Evelyn Clark were and the man for whom it was named. few days here left Sunday for Macon,
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edmond- The report from the Sanitarium Gat where e visits his aunt, Madam
son on Sunday last. this morning is that Mr. Ormond's tieworth says Daytona and the penin- t
Our young people had a merry condition remains unchanged for sula have made a wonderful growth
time Friday evening, of last week, the last two days, and that his re- within the past five years of his ab- t
at a surprise party given at W. H cover is doubtful sence.
PAmonadn's in honor of Mrs. Bogle, Mrs. Hamilton Dobbins of Altoona, is
n honor of Mrs.A BSogleBAl TA visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. James I
who left on Wednesday for Plain- A A DADALL IlA Dobbins on Ocean boulevard.
field, N. J., to join her husband. James Dobbins is back at his place of a
Miss Ruth Lindburg has been AT AiNSWOR AND YILANl business at Daytona Beach after several
visiting her aunt, Mrs. F. C. Weth- s wet-ks absence. i
erel. Miss Annie Smith of DeLand, was a (
Neean lt on Will Return to Play Game With guest of hon-r at a beach party given by i
M. Neenan left on Monday h` r Miss Jeannette Ridgeway on Saturday s
Dupontwhere he has secured em- Byrd Team on Home Grounds from 5:30 to8:00o'eloek. An appetiz-
ployment with U. J. White. Monday Afternoon. ing luncheon was spread at the Rest and i
After a- month's visit with his Manager W. G. Nash took the Be Thankful pavilion. Games were b
gradparents, Mr.and Mrs. Bellamy, Daytona Base Ball Team to Orlando thirty-five poung people includincha- I
at Spring Garden, Lawrence Weth- Wednesday, where the boys played erones were present. s
eraell returned home last week. games that day and Thursday. The Tofigny Club gave a delightful u
Mra. Nettie V. Turner, Past Grand From Orlando the team went yes- dance at The Colonades Tuesday even- B
Matron of the Order of the Eastern terday to Sanford, where they were ing. some twelve or fifteen couples being
Star, was the guest of Mrs. A. II. to play a game in the afternoon and in attendance. These dances will be a t
es oMrs to aheregular Tuesday evening feature of the A
Carter Wednesday. Mrs. Turner another game today. the week, and will be looked forward to
came from New Smyrna to be pres- Among the members of the team by the society contingent of Seabreeze
ent at the 0. E. S. picnic at the "Big selected to carry the fight into the and Daytona Beach.
Tree" on Thursday. enemies own territory, were Messrs Mrs. Evernden and daughter, Miss
Mm. Wetherell, Sr., left last week Barnes, Heath, Courtenay, Aultman, Mary, returned this week from their visit c
for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Oliver, Pollitz and others. Several Ft. Pie and Delray. They report h
Atkinqon, at Wilkes Barre, Pa. Mr. of Daytona's citizens accompanied i
and Mrs. A. V. Putten accompanied the team to encourage the boys by C
her as far as Jacksonville. their presence. The party went to MAKES WORK EASIER.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Middleton New Smyrna in automobiles and t 1 O
were in St Agustine a few days vis- took the early morning train from People Are Pleased to Learn fow


iting Mras Middleton's family. Her tat place. It Is Dome.
sister,MissSadie Plowman, returned Manager Nash intends to have It's ptty har to attend to duties f
with em, staying until Thursday. the boys at home again tomorrow, i With a constantly aching back.
Mr. wi idleton was in Jacksodville ready for a game with the Byrd I With annoying urinary disorders.
on business team on the grounds here, Monday Douai'" Kidney Pills make work ea-sier.
afternoon. The Bvrd team is also They cure Iackaehe.
There have been several turtle ton. T h d be i They cure every kidney ill.
aped n more or less out on a tour and should be in Rood Thomas Martin, Magnolia street, DIay-
eOapeditons morwee e of ouss fettle to give the home team a hard tona, Fla., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills
mlos Lasnweek bome of ror fight for the victory. have done nm a wonderful amount of
yjng fols joind party fr'm Daytonas defeated in both games. good. My back was so lane and
ita oand went to No. 9 -in Al r. -The ganes at Sanford yet to report. painful that I could not work. My A
IBtt's launch. There they h d reor.kidnswg Waere .. also all ant a .a-.-7- T


DAYTONA BEACH, June 30.-Mrs
Lee W. Smith and little daughter, of
Jacksonville, are expected to arrive this
week and will spend some time with hei
sister, Mrs. H. T. Coates, on Seabreeze
avenue.
Miss Lee Bowers is now at Brevard
K. C., the objective point of her itiner
icy, where she will spend the balance of
,he summer. She reports a most enjoy.
ible time at the several places she via
ted, en route.
Alfred Strathers is the obliging youna
hustler at the Webster grocery store
luring the summer vacation, and Jack
Strathers holds a similar position at the
Bunch grocery.
The following automobile party, J. H.
valley, H. M. McLaflin, Mrs. McLanen,
H. McLanen, Jr., Victor McLanen, came
over from Sanford Saturday and spent
Sunday at the Seaside Inn.
Mr. and Mrs. Stickler, who have been
pending the half year at the Johnson
Coquina cottage, left Saturday for their
summer home at South Bend, Ind. Mr.
Stickler expressed himself as highly
pleased with the profits on his truck
arm in the hammock, and expects tore-
urn in September to put in his fall
crop
Mrs. Wm. H. Turner and children left
Sunday for South Haven, near Chicago.
Mr. Turner and family came here for
his health, which was badly wrecked un-
ler the nervous strain of ove work. He
has improved greatly, but thought it
better to remain another month before
trying it north again.
Luther Holloway, after an enjoyable
vacation of several weeks at Daytona
Beach Hotel left Saturday on his return
o Tallahassee.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Lewis of Orlando,
arrived Saturday and are pleasantly lo-
ated at Daytona Beach Hotel.
A delegation of young men came over
rom DeLand on their bicycles Sunday
nd enjoyed the day on the beach.
Mr. Nicholson returned this week from
trip to Lake Geneva.
Mr. and Mrs. Gaulden and Mr. and
MrF. Reeves of DeLand, returned home
Sunday, after several days enjoyment
on the beach.
Mr. Tatum and a party of friends were
n the city Monday, making the auto
rip from DeLand.
Mr. Canova and family of Palatka,
have taken apartments in the Van Val-
;ah block, and are expected this week.
Harold Smith and family of DeLand,
spent Sunday in the city. Mr. Smith
has accepted the position of clerk at the
Seaside Inn., and will enter upon his
duties July 1.
D. C. Miller, A. P. Miller and wife and
Miss Vida Miller came over from Or-
ando in motor car, Sunday and speni
the day at Daytona Beach Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Padgett, son and daugh-
er, of Gainesville, are located at Surf
Crest for two or three weeks sojouurn.
Mr. and Mrs Black of Jacksonville, J.
. Alexander, Mrs Lyman and Mr.
Berry, of DeLand came over by auto
nd spent Monday at Surf Crest.
Mr Pearley, sheriff of Alachua county,
s here on his first visit, guest at Surf
:rest, Sheriff Pearley thinks this an
deal place for the rest cure, and will
Ipend his month's vacation here.
Miss Irene Peters, who has been visit-
ng her sister, Mrs. Nicholson, returns to
eir home at Geneva this week.
It is understood that Hamilton
)obbinus, of Altoona, has leased the east
ide of the Oyama block, and will open
up a dry goods and notion store, next
nonth.
Miss Florilla Shoemaker will spend
he Fourth with Misses Winifred and
line Aman, on Seabreeze avenue.
S. F. Curl, who with his family has
pent several summers here, arrived this
reek and is at Surf Crest,
Dr. Robinson of Palm Beach, is in
charge of Dr. Van Valzah's office during


is absence in Philadelphia.
Mrs. Wimberly and daughters, Miss
Wimberly and Mrs. Strunk and her two
children, are expected from Gainesville
his week, and will occupy rooms at
)cean Spray.

* We make all kinds of fancy brick
or decoration. Call and see us.
Pearl Grit Artificial Stone Co.,
Cor. of Pine and Earl St.,
tf Seabreeze, Fla.

Bicycle Thief Arrested.
C. W. Holmes, colored, was ar-
ested Wednesday morningat Mount
krarat by the colored marshal, Gad
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Real Estate,


New Delivery Wagons.
The Daytona Ice Company re-
c: eived last week from the factory of
Sthe 0. Armleder Company at Cin-
Scinnati, Ohio, three fine delivery
Wagons for use in this city and
vicinity.- They are neat looking
and modern in appearance and con-
struction, with olive green bodies,
red running gear and light covers,
bearing the inscription, "Manufac-
tured Ice, Lily Water." The sides
of the driver's seat are glassed.
New harness also adds to the turn-
out.

Clarendon Casino Dances.
The Daytona Cornet Band will
play Thursday evenings at the Clar-
endon casino, now being conducted
by C. A. Kenney, the proceeds of
the dances being for the benefit of
the band and the Daytona baseball
club. If you are interested in one
or both of these institutions assist
them and enjoy a good time your-
self by attending the dances. Sat-
isfactory transportation from Day-
iona and return will probably be
arranged.

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ORMOND, JUNE 30.-John
Anderson is having his property
along Promenade avenue set with
large palmetto trees on both sides of
the river. William Fagen, one
of our highly esteemed council:nen,
is superintending.the work.
One of the most delightful rides
of the season- was taken by your cor-
respondent last Thursday evening
with Mr. J. E. Francis in his big
touring car. In the party were J.
E. Francis and wife, Mrs. E. M.
Penfield and daughter, Carrie, Mrs.
LE IL Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Colby. The course was down the
river road to the Daytona South
bridge, thence across to the Boule-
vard leading up to the Post bridge,
thence across to Daytona to First
avenue, thence to Ridgewood to
Port Orange, where the auto stopped
long enough for the party to see the
big alligators back of the hotel, ar-
riving home at 5:30. It is one of
the finest drives in the state.
Mrs. Dora Watson departed for
Chautauqua, N. Y., Wednesday.
About G a. m. last Saturday Al-
len Shaw discovered a colored man
loading his surf boat into a wagon
on the beach. It seems a young
man from Daytona, riding up the
beach, saw the boat Friday and
probably thought it was a derelict.
Any one finding a boat high on the
beach, with oars and fishing poles
in it, should know that it was not
cast up by the sea.
At high nmon Wednesday the
marriage of Miss Mildred Watson,
one of Ormond's most fascinating
and bewitching maids, and
William McCurry, of Fairburn, Ga.,
took place at the home of the bride.
The bride was beautifully gowned
in an electric blue silk, with orange
blossoms and shower bouquet of yuc-
ca lilies and orange blossoms. De-
licious refreshments were served to
the guests, who numbered about 1(M)
Miss Bessie Sawyer rendered several
enchanting musical selections that
were appropriate to the happy occa-
sion, and when the clock struck I2
the beautiful strains of the wedding
march reverberated and thrilled
through-that happy concourse under
her skillful manipulation. The cer-
emony was performed by Rev. G. B.
Waldron in his usual imp-essive
manner. The presents were numer-
ous and made an attractive and
beautiful display. The bride and
groom left on the afternoon train
for New York, via Jacksonville,
amid the acclaim of hearty congrat-
ulations and good wishes for the
happy couple on the matrimonial
sea.


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Oil Road Experime
The section of Halifax avenue fro
Peninsula Drive to the east end of,
the South Bridge, Daytona Beach,
which was recently treated toan oilf
dressing, in the way of experiment,
through the public spirited gener-
osity of J. N. Gamble, of Cincinnati,
who owns a winter home on the
thorofare, promises to be a success,
although it is yet too early in its
trial to speak definitely. Certainly
it has appeared to advantage during
the drouth prevailing since the ap-
plication, and even should it not
prove up to expectation, Mr. Gamble
is no less deserving of thanks for
his willingness to contribute to the
experiment.

Four of a Kind.
The stork left a fine girl baby at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ed-
wards, dn Cypress street, Wednes-
day last. This completes as inter-
esting a quartet of girls as one
could desire, and of which Mr. and
Mrs. Edwards may be justly proud.

R. S. Maley nas an O,-ala visitor
last week.


were wither during her
The party euaem to DaUm .
their home. in JackooaviMe^h
weeks ago for the benefit of
Campbell' health, but the
was unavailing.

Good Prspets for Orange.q
The following item is cippedIo
a late issee of The New York Pad
er thinking it would be of inter
to those of our readers who are e
gaged in the culture of the beaut
and luscious golden fruit:
"'Florida orange growers who a
.expecting a large crop will plea
notice that California is alres
sending out reports of a smaJl yie
of Navals for the coming seaa
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Stock complete in every line. Prices
right; treatment right. Reference
anybody.
L. H. ROWE & Co., The Jewelers.

*See Stetson announcement, page 2.
S Dr. C. W. Chowning is again able
to be about after several weeks' in-
disposition.
P.S. Titus, of St. Augustine, was
the guest of his brother, Henry T.
Titus, over Sunday.
*Rexall Remedies,
Young's Pharmacy.
Mr. and Mr. E. F. Oates moved
Sto the beach last week and are oceu-
S paying the Starr cottage.
*Try the Pearl Grit Pressed brick.
Cor. of Pine and Earl St,
tf Sabreeze, Fla.
Mrs. Ed. Sullivan left Tuesday
i afternoon for take, where she will
visit with relatives for about three
weeks.
Maynard Bond and family moved
over from Lake Helen Thursday and
.are occupying the Foot cottage on
the beach.
Mrs. G. A. Klock and children
departed Wednesday morning for
lorrievlle, N. Y., to spend the
,Uldance of the summer.
SG.0. Porter, of the firm of G. 0.
SPorter & Co., lumber mills, of Pa-
Jatka, was in the city Monday look.
iamg up business in his line.
i Mrs. G. G. Carter and little grand-
vbchild returned Tuesday from a sev-
| r .'al weeks' visit at Mrs. Carter's old
Sshome in Barberville and DeLand.
i' BMrs, C. Simonds, of Jackson-
Sil, who is visiting in this city and
vicinity spent several days this week
-Mith Mra. H. P. Hand at Davtona
reach.
automobile tires and inner tubes
S-nlthpwiiqed at Oliver's garage
S Bruno Wehner was in the city
Srom St. Augustine, spending Sun-
I wlth hrs parents, Mr. and Mrs.
CadrlG..Wehner, on South Ridge-
7I _
iood avenWe.
*PlanI's Chill Tonic for Malaria,
sh fever, cold and lagrippe. 25e
S.arateed. All druggist. 2-y
.IL Lyman, who has been visit-
:- ig with his brother, L. G. Lyman,
7Kfr the past two months, left Tues-
^b for his home in Saginaw, Mich.
SLyman was greatly benefited in
s health by his visit and expects to re-
>iurn in the fall to spend the winter

latest sheet music lOc10 at Wray's.
4-3t
SMrs. C. L. Smith and son, Kirby,
ed last Saturday from Pass-
Calif., where they have been
the paat several years, and wall
make their home here. They
^ t present with Mr. and Mrs. A.
aVord at Daytona Beach.
Sor 6 doses "666" will cure sany
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
46-3mos


. and Mrs. G. W. Brown and
ter, Miss Netta, who were
on South Palmetto avenue
he past four or five months,
returned to Chattanooga,
greatly to the regret of the
friends they made while so-
in Daytona.


Ison University at DeLand is
1,4qnwinations. See ad.
Sirst of the union vesper ser-
at the Seaside Inn, Daytona
will be held at 4:30 o'clock
New. Rev. A. L. Abercrombie,
re the First Baptist church of
ty, will conduct the opening
is of the series to be held
.the months of July and

Grit Artifical. Stone Co.,
Fla., makes all kinds of
If you contemplate
seethem. tf
is. Otto WehAerand
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Watches ad jewry left with
0Ge. Olark for repair ar alwa
promptly ad mrisfrctorily dome.

S*Dr. Houhton, dentist, west end
South Bridge, Peek block, phone 32.
A storage shd for lumber has
been erected this week at & H.
Gove's shop on Volusia avenue.
*Pearl Grit Artificial tone Co.
sells brick at $8 per 1,000. tf
Mrs. G. A. Fye expects to leave
one week from today Jor Jersey City,
N. J., on visit with her son sad
family.
$Collars 2 cents, all style ofshirts
10 cents, with work left and called
for at Daytona Steam Laundry. tf
Mrs. 0. A. Wingate left Sunday
for Point Chautauqua, N. Y., where
she willvisit with her son, C. .
Wingate.
*Phone 28 will call for your clea-
ing and pressing. 0. Burnett.tf
It is reported that Charles F.
Ludwig was recently married at
Cleveland, Ohio, to Miss Wilma
Louise Pierson.
*5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any
case of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
45-3mos
Mrs. L. M. Meesing left Monday
for a three weeks' visit at Tampa.
Mr. Messing accompanied her to
New Smyrna, returning later in the
afternoon.
You save $2 per M by using home
brick. Pearl Grit Artificial Stone Co.,
tf Seabreeze, Fla.
Mrs. J. B. Binsky is having The
Pines, on South Ridgewood avenue,
freshened up with a new coat of
paint. The work is in charge of
Charles Kost.
*For Sale.-Model M Cadillac in
good condition. F. J. Niver. 4-4t
Louis Skilton, well known to the
older residents of Daytona, died at
Newport, Ky., of tuberculosis. His
father, J. M. Skilton, has been with
him the past year.
For Rent-One of the best cot-
tages on the beach. 475 for the
season.
Conrad Real Estate Company.
It is reported that Mr. and Mrs.
Cornelius Christianey and little
Cornelius junior, will go to Porto
Rico in September for a soiourn of a
year or more on the island.
Rev. Herman G. Porter went to
Miami last Saturday for a week or
ten days stay. Mr. Porter made a
close connection, barely getting
aboard, as the train was pulling out.
A little individual effort along
your own property front will do
much toward the neat appearance
of the city for the glorious Fourth.
There will be many strangers with
us on that day.
A. P. Jones, the popular station
agent at this place of the F. E. C.
Ry., has been on the sick list the
past week but is now much improved
and will probably be about his duties
again in a day or two.


W. D. Bradshaw this week cut
ventilator openings in the front and
sides of the Atwood Block near the
baseof the building for the better
preservation of the woodwork which
was being attacked by dry lot.
Mrs. Wn. Braddock and children
are occupying one of J. M. Carson's
cottages on the beach at Daytona
Beach. Mr. Braddock, who is in
charge of the county prisoners on
the DeLand road, joins his family
occasionally.
Mrs. Osie A. Crenshaw and little
daughter, Arline, went to Orange
City, Monday afternoon, for a week's
visit with friends. Mrs. W.\ F.
Gille and children accompanied
them to New Smyrna, returning by
the next train.
Dr. C. DeWarren Ake and family
arrived Tuesday from Washngton,
D. C., and at present are at the Troy
House. Dr. Ake will conduct a
dental business in the rooms for-
merly occupied by Dr. D. D. Beek-
man on South Beach street.
Wm. M. Green, one of Daytona's
most prosperous colored citizens
and a valued employee of Daytona
Ice Company, for whom he has been
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The uual Fourth of Jly special
railroad ate is in eect today.
These ethanais Bank wil observe
Monday as a legal holiday.
Mrs Arthur Poppell joined Mr.
Poppel in Jacksonville the fore
part f the week.
Mm E. A. Lpp was in the city
Monday with Mr. pp from their
home at the head of the river.
W.M. Hankins has this week,
erected a metal garage on the rear of
his reidence lot on Ivy Iane.
Cole Danley,of Jacksonville, trav-
ling pasenger agmt for the N., C.
& St. L. Ry., was in Daytona, yes-
terday.
Mr. and Mr. Graham Thompson
and daughter, Marion, are sojourn-
ing on the beach, having gone over
this week.
Mrs. Maia Babington went to
Fort Pierce, Thursday afternoon to
visit her son, Wm. Babington, and
family at that place.
Attorney F. W. Pope, Jr., accom-
panied the Dayton baseball team
Thsday morning to Orlando, te
see that they gota square deal.
*Our store is always open. and
stock always complete. All repair
work carefully sad promptly done.
GEo. H. C K, Jewelry.


The drouth has at last been bro-
ken and the heat dispelled Yester-
day a copious downpour greeted
thirsty nature and there is rejoicing
everywhere.
Joseph Osborne came home last
Saturday and returned again Tues-
day to Palatka. He will probably
be engaged for several weeks in his
work in the Kupperbusch building
in that city.
Anyone contemplating a trip north
about the middle of the month can
take advantage of the low rate of-
fered by the excursion on July 15,
by arranging their departure for
that dat.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Atwood are oc-
cupying their cottage on the beach,
south of Halifrax avenue, having gone
over the middle of the week. Mrs.
Atwood's sister, Miss Jessie Stewart
ueompaied them.
A fire at Smith & Co.'s sawmill,
south-west of the city, destroyed, or
partially destroyed the planer last
Tuesday afternoon. By hard work
the balance of the property was
saved. Itisaid there was no in-
surance.
Mrs. W. C. Smith and Miss Hazel
tiling accompanied the Daytona
ball team to Orlando, but even the
presence and encouragement ol these
fair ladies availed not to save the
Daytona boys from defeat at the
hands of the Orlando luggers.
Dr. R. 0. Cooley arrived from Ann
Arbor, Mich., Wednesday night to
asist DrG. A. Klock at the Day-
tona Hospital and Sanitrium on
South Beach street. This is Dr.
Cooe's first visit to Florida. He
finds the temperature much pleas-
anter than the heat he left at home.
Mrs. F. Shultz's daughter, Miss
Annie Reblkgel, left yesterday for a
visit at Kissimee before going to
Chicago. Mrs. Shultz, who will re-
main for some time, was joined yes-
terday by her friend Mrs. Grant of
Hobe Sound, who will visit with her.
"The excursion to Jacksonville
July 15 will offer opportunityto wit-
ness opening game of South Atlantic
League, Jacksonville vs. Columbia.
Miss Flivhbeth Wood left Wednes-
day for Rutherford, N. C., on a
month's vacation. During her ab-
sence her position of operator in the
Western Union Telegraph office will
be filled by hersister,Miss Margaret
Wood, who is her assistant in the
winter season.
Mrs. Weaver and Miss Zea Wea-
ver, mother and sister of Mrs. W. F.
Holmes, left Tuesday afternoon to
join Mr. and Mrs. Holmes, who left
last week, in Jacksonville, where
they expect to maketheir home. Mims
Weaver will probably return to Day-
tona in a few weeks.


L J. Price and family, who have
been sojourning on the beach for
several weeks, returned to their
home on Second avenue, yesterday.
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J. T. Dunn and J. T. Dona, Jr.,
left Wednesday morning for New
York on a pleaue trip.
Fling the starry banner out, un-
furld it to the breeze and let the city
garb itself in gala attire for Uncle
Sam is one hundred and thirty-three
years old tomorrow.
Vet Cave, proprietor of Cave's
Cigar Factory, recently received
some samples of tobacco from L.M.
Murray at Talahssee that he pro-
nounces very fine. The tobacco
was grown bvy Mr Munrra from


SWatra seed.& X old candlesticks placed in its origi-
s natra e ed. nal condition and photographed.
Mrs Geo. F. Smith will leave for The photograph,together with letters
New York sometime net week,,describing the ruins of the Mission
were se will join her daughter, will be sent to Catholic Churches
MrL Ira D.iller, and Mr.Miler. Af- throughout Spain and the other Latin
ter two or three weeks in New York, countries in an endeavor to find the
they will go to Columbus, Ohio, and date when such candlesticks were in
from there Mrs Smith will go to use. In this way it is hoped to de-
Illinois to spend most of the time termine about the time the Old
before returning i the fal. Mission was built.
The Ladies' Thureday Afternoon
Bridge Club held a pleasant session Wedded at Ormond.
this week with Mesldames M. J. J B --"
this week with MeasmeMe M. J. J. B. Dunagan of Gainesville, Ga.,
Holmes and 0. W. Stevens on North and Mrs. Edith B. Shoemaker of this
Beach Street. Eight ladies were M Edith B. Shoemaker ofthis
present Refreshments followed city were united in marriage at Or-
he cards and the afternoon was an mond, Wednesday afternoon at 3:00
enjoyable one in everyday. The o'clock.
dub will meet next week at the Mr. Dunaan, who i a traveling
home of Mrs. J. B. Dunagan, on .. __ .
ay street nn nman, departed Thursday afternoon,
but Mrs. Dunagan will remain at
Special Meetin of Council. her home on Bay street until No-
S special meeting of council member, when Mr Dunagan will en-
s el meeting of the coil gage in business for himself at
was held Fridav morni, In inanant r. .


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C-'opdtick Has een Discovered
and Restored to Its
Original Condition.
Another effort will soon be made
to find some history of the early
days of the Old Spanish Mission
west of New Smyrna. The State
Historical Society has had one of the


samples of fire hose presented by a
representative of some hose manu-!
factury. It was decided to adver-
tise for bids in order to give all a
fair show.


No Celebration.


rrirmnngham, Ala., and they will
make their home in that city.
Mrs. Shoemaker has resided in
Daytona for several years and has
many warm friends here and while
they will rejoice in her happiness,
they will regret to learn that she will
remove from Daytona in the fall.


After several ineffectual attempts
to get enough citizens together to Law School at Gainesville.
form necessary committees for the
Fourth of July celebration, the pro- The law department of the Uni-
ject was abandoned and the funds versity will be opened on the first
subscribed were returned by H. T. Wednesday in September. This
Titus to the parties contributing. branch of the university will be in
charge of A. J. Farrah, former dean
The oron. of the law department of Stetson
The Gorgona were creatures of Greek University, and Prof. H. R. Trusler,
mythkgy, mentioned by Homer and who was also connected with the law
Ow"V40 as being of pecularlysy abbor-so
eat aspect. Their hair was composed school of Stetson.
of pentk, their bodies covered with The course in legal studies will
salemim and girdled with reptiles with' cover two years and the graduates
Smerect vibrating their tonrw ad te
threatingy, while the and of the will have all the privileges enjoyed
Gorwon, adorned with sharp talons, by other law schools of Florida. A
wee o tras. The gae of the mo- handsome library ll be purchased
sters wae deadly, all upon whom they .
led their eyes being turned to etone for the use of students, and it is the
Om of the three terrible sisters was purpose of the Board of Control to
r amd beheaded by Perms. make the legal college the equal of
and u be took t kilht In tie air en route
for Ethip, oldig the severed head any in the Southern States.-The
In hi ands, the drops of blood which Metropolis.
tell from t became serpents, which
ever after Intfested the sands of Lybla.
-New York Telegrban Services at Baptist Church.
Avoided th Conventional. The subject of the evening ser-
"It Is a woerful story" ays themon at the First Baptist Church
publisher to the new author, whose xt Sunday, July 4th, will be:
maUMceript has Just been accepted, sunday, July 4th, will
"but you have failed n one Important "Through Ear-gate to Heart-gate."
slteom You do not describe the way The blackboard will be used to illus-
the berotnm was dressed when the hero
rit met her. You'd better write In a trate the sermon. The Male Quar-
pararaph about her clothes, but try tette will sing. All are cordially
to avoid the conventional." invited to tend.
The mlseous author, knowing the ai
samenes of costume descriptions n
the bt sellers and also knowing how Mrs. H. L. Kochesperger met with
to ae a t e en rather a serious and peculiar accident
"elote loated toward him garbed on Sunday evening at her cottage, at
"Helobe dsted t dhim b Seabrdeze. She was about to go up
Ia a 000 dress, a $250 hat, with a Seabeeze. She was about to go up
8&75 mantila over a &$37 lace coat." stairs and at the second step her right
--icago Pot foot slipped and sprained the tendons of
the instep. Fortunately both Mrs J. E.
worry He Spoke. Scoville, of The Seminole cottage, and
He was very deferential, but he was Mrs. N. E. Bates of The Miami, were
a dtao in the church and be felt close at hand. By means of warm com-
*hoate ha ld a rg to critiie se. "II presses, followed by iced bandages, the
youl pardon e id I ept own. .
sueset nOat your sermons are-al-- swable to be about her home.
"Too prsy, I suppose?" suggested
the min=bter.
"Oh, no not that, but too long." Flitted North
"But you mta't blame me for that," tted ort
etuMned the t s terpesantly. "It. The editor of the Halifax Journal
to te yoa so me. is off for a summer vacation north.
SAn item in the last issue of the
having. Journal says:
When aed whh er Napole sha- "Mr. and Mrs.G. B. Seaman, ill
ed himself Talleyrand reSied: -Y. M an rs aman w
One born to be a king has some one to depart for the northwest tomorrow.
shave hba, but they who acquire king- After short stops at Atlantd, Ga,
dom save themsele" Di and Columbus, Oh, they will pro-
the tyant of yraese. not daring to
commit himself to a barbers hand, is ceed to Milwaukee, returning to
mA to have oaiged his own beard with Daytona in October."
glowtng walnut shell. E. Winney, who has been with
Pleasure oce tasted atisfies less the Journal for some time, will be
than the desr experleoced for It tor- in charge of the office and act as
local editor during Mr. Seaman's
I t Hatrs o Crow absence.
A emalous Icmnt In the history of'
the Omary' n settlement of rooks ie
metoAnd by a London orrespondent Boys Will Celebrate.
It appar that a couple of carrion
waws sttled the garden, and one The boys of Daytona under fifteen
ay It was discovered that the rookery years of age will hold a celebration
was deserted. The benchere, who are 'on Monday, July 5th, beginning at
particularly proud of their rooks, gave about nine o'clock a m. in the vi
t for th carrion crows to be de- ou e t a- e l-
stoyeiL, and the gardener prepared cinity of the city hall. E. T. Con-


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BINESS AND PROFSSNA

E. L. STEWART Fitzgerald & -)ates
Physician and Surgeon Attorneys at Law
Special attention to diseases of the ialAttention to Examining and
Eye, Ear, Throat and Noce Special attention to Eaminin nd
and residence magnolia avenne, 3rd Perfecting Land Titles.
door west of P. 0., telephone 82.
Office hours 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Conrad Block, DAYTONA, FLA.

G. A. KLOCK Car D.Lands Bert Fish
Physician and Surgeon LANDIS & ISII
Special attention given to Diseases of AttorneVS at Law
the Eye and Fitting of Glasses. Oee Practicing in all State and Federal
over Globe clothing store. Ofee'hours Courts. Civil or Criminal business glv-
to a m1 to:O p. m., to 8-.0 p. mn en careful attention. Special faetiiti. s
DAYTON FL. for investigating and perfecting titles.
DAYTO DLA. DeLand, Florida. I
M. JOSIE ROGERS, M. D. TITLES INSURt D
Homeopathic Physician Volusia County Abstract, Investment
No. 453 North Beach Street. and Title Insurance Company.
Office fours, 1:.30 to 2:30 and 3.00 Abstracts furnished and titles perTf.ect-
Offce Hours, 12:30 to 230 and 6-00 ed. Maps. Plats and Blue 'rints ur-
to 7:30. pled. Bert Fish,Pres; ('areyv I. Landis,
Telephone No. 122. ksan'sdTmas. Opposite voluslaC o.
Bank, DeLand, Fla.

ROY HOWE, M. D. D & C. M. ROGLcIS
Physician and Surgeon. Civil Engineers
Office and residencer-123 So. Ridge- DAT A
wood Avenue, opp Ridgewood Ho- Offices MIAMI, FIn
tel. Phone 175. Office hours: 9 to
11 a. m., 2 to 4 and 6:30 to 8 p. m. Daytona Office Established 1 S75
S. H /GOV Daytona Private Iios-q
S. H. GOV- i
Architect Builder and pital and SanitWr um
Archiltet.C Builder and Every faciflty forth prop.*r tr.am.tn: s ~t
Contractor Electrical appliances, trained r
quiet surroundings. Special att ntl< .iy
Residence and office, northeast cor- given to all patients. Terms l nf atppi/
.er Ridgewood and Volusia ave. icatiOn. No r. SBeach t. I-aytona.
Phone 89. Daytona, Fla. j Physician in Charge.

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Seven Wonders


hayt ems e-abIMI ONem Beach.
One of Daytonas crowning glories is
her incomparble beach. No one who
ever set foot upon its smooth, packed
sands; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever
drove a prancing pair of horses and list-
ened to the popping of their steel shoes
upon its asphlitwn-like face; no one
who ever steered a high-power automo
bile down the broad stretch of wave-
washed and surf-packed sand but real-
ized that it is a world-beater, a world-
wonder. Go stand upon this wide
speedway and see the happy souls flit
by in joyous mood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven modern
wonder.
The PlMd. Pdeau dd i x River.
Where think you is water with more
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wide,fringed with tropical vegeta-
tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-
randa's looking out upon her bosom,
gamey food fishes in countless numbers
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
which sit about as if for the sport of
bobbing upon her waves; watch that
lubberly old white headed pt lican pouh
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk sti .g-
gling upward with his floundering load
he matched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick and
span, their hampers and lockers bulging
with refreshments both solid an t liquid
ready for a ruise upon her beautiful
surface. Take out your field glass and
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to
Ponce Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
the modern wonders.
The Bcho.irl PMcturesqe Rgiewood.
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
and the wide-spreading branches of the
heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their
giant arms across this magnificent vista,
forming an arch, and from these extend-
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
fan them. Looking straight ahead down
this white shell street one has the im-
pression of a fairy path with elfish dra-
peries, but as you move along and cast
an eye first to the right and then to the
left you see distinguished cottage homes
in the most delightful settings.
SMrpalg Bemty et or Cottae Hees.


No one of Daytona s attractions, per-
haps, commands more nearly universal
attention and praise than does the artis-
tic cottage. The owners of these charm-
ing villas hail from every corner of the
country and they bring" their own archi-
tectural plans and build upon them,and
as the architecture of one section of the
country diBer from the architecture of
another so d our homes differ in out-
ward appearance and structural beauty
from one another. There are no monoto-
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings
but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps
the mind wondering "What next?"
Streetlsms Pavement stkeAeMtand Best.
Why the Architect of the Universe
chose to give to Daytona the most ad-
mirable, the most picturesque natural
setting of all the cities of the South is
not revealed but that such is a fact
must be apparent to the most superficial
observer. With such lavish wealth of
natural beauty it became an easy thing
for the hand of man to give the little
finishing touches which have brought
out the colors and outlines of the big
picture.
Man did all this in the laying out of
the streets with their wide margins of
package, the entire city becomes a
great park
And as for pavements, pavements
that look and act like granite,-where
else between the eastern and western
seas are so many miles in proportion to
inhabitants? Till some unheard-of
place reports more and better, Daytona
throws down the gauntlet to the world.
Selmis aswrsrds and Fruits.
Whatever one's shortcomings and
however indifferent or eve i callous one
may be to many things, the mere men-
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds and
fruits" will send a thrill that is reflected
in distended pupils and pricked ears.
For every visitor with a spare "goo-
her" there is a bunny ready to cone out
and accept your gift. He will sit bolt
upright and gnaw into the meat. casting
furtive, sacy glances at you meanwhile.
Flowers! Usually fresh and blooming
the year 'round. In one yard roses of
variagated hues predominate, another
has a penchant for the poinsettia and
the premises are aflame; another is hid-
den in a jungle of tall cane.
The birds flit in,and with their joyous
notes help to give fullness and syxnne-
try to the picture.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, Day-
tona yields the palm to none for quality
and quantity per acre. There are scores
of citrus groves in proximity to the city,
branehee bending to the earth with their
burdens of luscious golden globes.
SThe Fastest Aates And The Finest Out.
Here is where world's records for speed
-L.L.k ak L6 "wm


- A Quealon 6e ColoCe
Enormous difficulties of colot
terminology are llstrated by a ena-.
tomer's "exact statement of her re-
quirements" In a large Deansgate es-
tablishment one day. "Something in
blue taffeta silk, please. I don't want
anything as dark as navy blue nor any-
thing as light as Cambridge blue, but
something darker than Eton blue and
yet a little off from an electric blue
and hardly a sky blue-more like a
robin's egg blue and yet not quite so
light, but not an indigo blue, but some-
thing like this tint; I think they call It
morning glory blue, which Is something
like a turquoise blue and yet not quite
so Iglkt as that and yet not so dark
quite as this aquamarine blue nor so
light as baby blue. Now, If you have
anything in the shade 1 have described,
please show it to me." The intelligent
assistant unrolled a length, a cross be-
tween the blue devils and the deep sea,
with the remark: "This is the shade
of blue you require, madam. It is
called 'London milk.""-Dyer and Cal-
ico Printer.

The Oriental Mind.
Frederic S. Isham. the author, told
the following to Illustrate the double
dyed duplicity of the oriental mind.
Mr. Isham was in Pekin. Passing the
arch to the Paron von Kettler, sup-
posed to be an arch of contrition for
the foul assassination of that brave of-
ficial, the novelist asked a Chinaman
who spoke a little English.
"You know why this monument was
erected, I suppose?"
"Oh, yes," was the ready reply In
dialect, "to commemorate a triumphal
deed, the death of a very powerful for-
eigner!"
'Commemorate! And is that"-in
amazement-"what the people general-
ly think was the purpose of this monu-
ment?"
"Why not?" The Celestial's face was
Immovable, but a suggestion of sar-
donic humor seemed to flash from his
slant eyes. "Chinese people mu-h like
monument."
And, Indeed, they seetultl to bask in
the shade of It with much satisfac-
tion.


Venetian Coffee Houses.
The first cup of coffee was drunk In
Europe at Venice toward the end of
the sixteenth century. The Venetian
chronicler Morosini in his records of
the events in the year l.85 mentions
the beverage called -eavee" drunk by
the Turks and noted for its anti sopo-
rifec qualities. In the year 151a a
Venetian doctor introduced the berries
from Egypt. taught his countrymen
how to crush them aind brew the bev-
erage, and the nse of coffee soon lbe-
came general-so much so, In fact. that
Venice was full of c-offee houses where
the people Idled away their days drink-
Ing the aromatic average. A pecul-
larity of the Venetian coffee houses
was that their patrols did not pay for
each cup of coffee they drank, but
settled their bills for all the coffee
consumed at the end of each year.
The regular price of a cup of coffee
was 5 soldl. about 'tM. cents. and In
some of the old cafes of Venice today
the same price is still charge. New
York Snn.

Awkward Compliment.
There is such a thing as being too
persistently complimentary. A candid
and well umening professor who )ha
witnessed the Irforainut e of a little
play hi a private house in which his
hostess had taken the leading Iart met
the lady as she came from behind the
curtain.
"Madam," lie said. rushing up to her
"you played excellently. That mart fiti
yon to pl5rfteclion."
"Oh. no, professor said the lady
modestly. "A young and pretty women
an is needed for that Ipart."
"But. madam." persisted the profess
or, "you have positively proved the
contrary!"- PIearson's Weekly.

Blamed the Planets.
In the middle of the fourteenth cen
tury in I'arls a new ordinance en
joining the cleansing of the streets and
the shutting up of swine was carefully
neglected, as usual, and a terrible
plague was the consetcluetce. Tlie fac
ulty of medicine, called upon for a
remedy by the king, sent to inform
him after long discussion that the
plane was the result of a hostile con
junction of the pltnets Mars and Jupl
ter.

The Cause of Drafts.
Why Is it that windows and doors
are frequently ill fitting ? There is
nothing wrong with the wood itself
nor with the worknatnship, as a rule
nor with the fit, at thie outset at least
but the whole trouble is due to th
w-ood being unseasoned, or, rather
only partially seasoned, at the time i
is made up.-Timber.

Optimistic.
"Is Jones an optimist '
"Is he? lie found a ticket entitltng
him to a chance in an automobile
drawing the other day, and he i
building a garage."-Boston Transcript

Answered.
Bobby-What's the simple life, pa
Fathoer-Donl rnor von worku mw avn


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Tragee Tale 1o a Tragedian. (First pub. June 19; last pub. Aug. 7)
"The awflest and the tonniest Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
stage wait I ever lived through," said
a sprightly English access, "was when ountoourt Estate of
a certain well known ondon actor Florida HenriettaHeymann
manager, whose name I dare not ALI persons having claims or demands t
divulge, was doing k tremendous curse manifest the Estate ofhereby Hnrieta re- d
mann. dcerased. are? hereb notified to pie-
scene on a darkened stage. He had sent then to the undersigned within the
the audience spellbound with his tIme il-lowedbv l or they 1.v l be utorr
sonorous declamatio% which, of course. Ihiytonn. Floridn, June 12, Isa.
they didn't know depended largely
upon his ample mouthful of false .un ; last pu.Jul
teeth. At the very climax of his blood-
curdling maledictions the entire dental Notice of Application for Tax Deed
collection dropped out suddenly In the Under Section 8, Chapter 4888,
excitement of the moment and bound Lws of Foida.
ed into some obscure hiding place. The yTIE is hereby given that Laura B.
tragedian's mighty voice died down to Miller, purchaser of TaxCertitecate No.
an unintelligible mumble as he groped K dated the 4thday orJune, A. D, 1a ,has
unintellid sd certifcate in may office, and has
about frantically in search of the miss- made application for tax de-d to issue In
Ing masticators. We were all too help- .tccordan-e with law. Sitd certificate e-
bruces the following described property
less from laughter to be of much help ittu:ted in Volusin County, Florida. to-wit:
In this critical situation. At last, after Lot i, sub of W 1-2 of Lot 5,Bl1k Daytona.
'rh said laud l rilg.nssiessed at the date 01
what seemed like half an hour of the the issuance of such certintate in the name
most hysterical suspense, the stage of Ross Miller. Unless said certificate shall
mw rt-deemued according to law. tax deed will
mnaiager located the teeth with the aid issue tht-remuono thy 241th day of July, A. D.,
of a dark lantern and restored them iltJ.
Wit ne.ss lily mcrul signature and %.al thL%
to the frantic star, who clapped them th. tasth day of June. A. D, t1W.
into his mouth and began cursing [last I RAM'1 D. JORDAN
again with redoubled earnestness. I 'rkiruitourt. PVou Hn county, lorida.
Ever knew what the audience thought.
and no one ever dared to ask the actor NO E NONR NT
manager."-New York World. NOTICE O NONRESIDENT.
managr.-New York WorN CIUIT OttT-eveth Judicial Or-
Scult of Florida. in and for Volusta County.
Quicksilver. I IN CHANCERY.
The ore from which quIcksilver I. Is .Y JANEO tERRIY)
obtained Is a brilliant red rock known J.w. aW.11aIV.
as cinnabar. When of high imurit it To J. W. Oberry.
You are hereby required to appear to the
is actually vermilion In color. Cinna- Bill of Complaint filed herein against you
bar Is the original source of the pig- in the above entitled cause on or before the
ith day of July, A. 1). 1 11.
ment known commercially as verml 'lh- ivtonauGaette-News" is hereby deslg-
ton. It Is a compound of sullibur and uated as the newspaper in which this order
shall Ib Published once a week for eight
quicksliver, and in order to selprate (utiveu oe we eight.
the latter from the sulphur the rock is Witness my hand and seal of office this
roasted. Passing off in the form of a th day of April, A. D., I *i.
nAM'L D. JOICInAN, Clerk.
gas. the mercury is afterward con- By R. H. HAMLIN,
densed and flows out in a tine stream. m'ilzA..,A OAE. Deputy clrk.
like a continuous pencil of molten sil- molicitors for complainant.
ver. Like gold and silver. mercury is -
occasionally found in a native or pure First pub. July 3; last pua. July :31
state. Sometimes the niner's IEk
penetrates a cavity that containOs N TICESPIAL [L TII.
cupful or more of the elusive amld L V u LlalulV L
tlful fluid. Miners suffer mu-ch from U IR a
the poisonous effects of the qui.-ksilvcr I Kl.RKAS. The' 'ityv council of the City
e poisonusefectesof the q of iatona Florida, on the twenty-
fumes. Extreme cleanliness is ttie lest 'eighth day of Julne, A. l.. 11,. subject to the
safeguard for workers in this danger ratiacaution by the municipal franchise
Os OCUpation. 'se s also made of lctorate, granted the petition of The East
Florida Telephone 'omnpauy. its successors
sort of lemonade which serves to a cer a-tsd assigus. for atranchise to construct,
ta extent as an anti operate nid miuntHi a telephone system
tain extent as an altidote, a strong ill ithity of ltona. The terms of said
acid taking the place of lemon Julcp franchise are -as follows:
In the composition of the drink. AN OR)DINANCE To require The East
Florida Telephone Company to make
c rtair iunprovenments in the telephone
Must Keep the Curtains Up. yst-tm I In tvtouu. Volusia County.
"In London It is strictly apltinst the F'lorita. %%hre-by the hotels, stores and
re.-idences of IDaytona nmay, without de-
law for the driver of any public coan lay,. In- assuriAl of iluprov-d telephone
veyance to allow the curtains of his service,. atd to trant to said company
Ilhe right to construct, operate and
vehicle to be pulled down." said a uMai i nuaintain such telephone system in
who has visited the English metropolis i avtonn. Volusia County, Florida.
"By day or night the windows of cabs BK IT tIRDA INEI BY THE VITY CLN-
C'IL 0F IIAYTO)NA. FhI4RIDA:
hansoms. carriages, or what not. wheth- A.-tiou 1. That for und IIn consideration
er drawn by horses ofr propelled b t ofIh-e prn-misrs. the 'nt-fits to Ie derived
Slby thi- people of l ytona, Florida, and the
electric power., iust le so oIlwn to I futlln.-nt oflheohliigation saund conditions
plublie Inspetlion as to allow a lalain her,-iunfter umnatcluonl tlhe- Iprt of the East
view of thoe uyio tia 1lterlO. I;Florida m Telephonet Company. said company
view of thse uli the interior h with ue iry delay, prove
A closed rig wouldn't get a lIlock be- th'e- ir'-s and poll s of its line oil Beach
Stre.-et h1% replacing the present line on said
fore a Lonldon hobby would nab Its str-et with a catle from I.ive Ilk Street to
driver and hale him to a mnaglstrate's 8. coiud Avenue. lid 311 other streets where
wiresxc-t-c twei tty lmoirs iln satii city; to
office, where he would get ino mercy. this endi aid conipattv. its successors and
The law is based on the theory that Issitrs. i.-s he-r-ly grainttd at franchise for
e the construction, opr-nationa nlid minanten-
Sclosed vehilees lend themselves easily n,,Ice- ofr te-lep -olne- syste-n In the City of
to the commission of robleryv or mur- i ltatOmia1. Volhlsia Coulaty. Florida, for the
o o ro ry or m purpose of supplyingl the inhabitants there-
der and that they may also assist u: o with tele-|olnu"oic colluiualcunttlon twenty-
riil t h our hours ah dav; the saihl granted, its
Srlminal to 1mke his escalw."- alti- I successors and assigas. are h.-reby granted
mtore American. l tihe urtherr right to er ct such poles,
---- wires and plpliaHntes. and to ilmake such ex-
A soauree of Joy. ctvatios :alhtIom the public streets. avenues,
..-. and pubi (lu" aes oi.iuc-h city ris naM
"'hat seems to be the matter with i,. ,I..s- ur tforh purpose- ol suppty\ g
o MS Brown that she's aling o.?" uch an.- s of telephonic communication
BoI tha sI aln s? to rs, l..-cr-s. .msitlWsWs lous- s., hotels amnd
S Why. poor thing she's tot one of ,, tlt,.r pulitic- plauins.or. hulldi s. in or to i
I those newfangled diseases." ; nhilt or ricr-t'd within the said city. Much
i > pou.l uwir*s, appliances. exs. tvatilous. etc.,
e "'She has? My. how fortunate she to I-. utbeie' at to he approval of (counc.l.
s is, to be sure. Here i've had nothing iM-ction 2. The- trm of this franchise shall
I ie- taora ixwri t more stylish thnu ltumbaigo. and I'u I tle alte- of rntlflcation hreol iy the qitll-
e three' years older th:lu she Is."-Detrolt i fled tlchtorsofthe'ity of Daytona,.
r IrtH-t-lloil :. In the e*rection of all acue-cs-
Frc ce l'rt *P.r. ,Tary pol<-s. wirns or appliances, the saiti
?, --tru- a int.r''. its succe-ssors and assigns, shall not
SI, i hiv- thi" right to cut uown or lop off any
S.tr,-t. t- m-r>-lau. allhey or otI.r u Illic place.
S, -x1e-pt wlitn ,ivre consent hy the Cilty
Sf 4' 'etimuteil i y re-solutiomn atloptld in regular or
Slsctiinl s,-sstion.
Bk Mc'tiotn 4. It Is fItrth.-r ragrtel by the
\ r:nlataci lnnc-rl. its successors aidl assigns,
S- t lhat amll nrece.ssary expe-inse tircidental to the
e E I',-i.etnn lt call-' us provlded dhtrrein shall lie
SIIlqrmi--" Il> aitl -nrllttee.
.-tlion- "i. That th,- work of cliillninag to
& n cal,- as herein prov-id-l shall ie completed
y mn g ram lt,'t'e-, its sulcce-ssors anid assigns.
cts ihoii- n oill, .tr fromll thle tinl* of the rnutil-
1-ati ontie bowels, cleanses i "i, hr .ht if ll;tll'tl tltr o thr
-- IOn l on S. That from ll anIt [er two years
Iromli tlhe dtlt of raltifctnton as herein men-
lio11,t~1. sciit :rnlulttr qgrre--s to pily to the'
Ssaid Ot'ity of Dlyloont he sun of tne $1 ci per
S. yyear for c-ach t,.leplhone- ill us. durllla the
S one t'0 i -rmn o1 thls fr:a it-hl. I, ina lieu of tlidcnse fees
astS i? one U whi-la mhiim' nie- iatiitsats| l~v said i'ity.


S-I. etiaclon That it isfurtheragrecd by the
ha ritual 1tOl gralte'- l.'o-re-i,. its sucesrs aiatd ssiglis,
SO SIt aIt the tilutxilitunl price for party wire tel-
e e-.phone w'" r *year shall lk- as follows: For
e r nnI-'ivn 6 US 'ivate Re-silde.ie.s. Twenty u (0) dollars;
F- is for Busimss Houss. s.Twe-nty-lvsSe 0s Sdol-
Sf. t lars; or iHotels, Thirty uitl) dollars.
e ,let l e ets 8 tionl It is further ag'rec.d that there
nelcol effect 6 hall It plti.ced in such plat'cs as C(ouncil
Smuy herea<-fter tie-signite-, not to excet-l five
'lTl a phones fror ti.- use of city ofccers at a price-
the 4eituine. of T,-n 1$141) dollar-pe-r ye-nr.
S c- tion U. Tlhlt at the evxpiratiou of tthe
* t' t-rm of thisfra tnhis- the- sid t'lty of Day-
B tolr: lll.lL hav;e tht" right to purchatis sahlt
tIh te-l-phon .-svste ni it provitlti l y the Law,
. Iof tl" st tei' o-If Fluridai.
t- 'tiotl ,o. That this. franlthiic shall tie-
fl' e-. -o U P O upon its ratification Iby the qunlitlleel -ela-tors
e r U P C other City of Ilaytona.
S Bri rNUiyWt4ari M-q j0mI S-ection II. The Mayor shall cause the
5LD EI miG pAB publication of this Ordliuincac for a period of
t thirty (o1) days ill any n-ws~attmpr published
illn theity ot lDayton"I. autil slall issue his
proilniiationi-Hailing a special electiion on
OCEAN VILLA the lotb yot August, A. .. "i. at which
-lX-N VloiAe i tihe- utlif c electors of the said
Mrs. W. W. A Maty of Ihytonau shall have nn opportunity
Mrs. W. W. AkcOtt. Maiger. to express their approval or disapproval of
this ortdina- or trantctis. ls provid~tl by
g Open from May to October. law.
e Fronting the Atlantic Ocean. of'tionl 12. That til t .nlrihteitha orr harts
s Large pleasant rooms. Modern ay rewliitd.
t. conveniences. Rates reasonable. Pass-et nfrst rieatitlm April a26th. Pa1.
Pl'a.sse.-d se'Oil -reaiding April stih. Hit".
Special to families. Pass-d .third r.-ading June atth. Iatw.
D toarO 800103b rIoWld. tit. OH. vt.
l'rr-sidl> t of<'t- utl-il.


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A. Meej PeiwtiK.


(FIrst pub. May 1W, 1.1

AdmninMistatr's Notice.
All person bavn any claim whatsoever
against;the extteo2 Uta M. Ving, lte
df Omond, olua county, Florida, are
hereby notified to file their accounts with
the undersigned within alx months from
date, or the same will be barred according
to law. JAMES P. VININO,
Administrator.
Dated-Onnond, Fla., May 15th, N0.

(Firstpub. June 5; last pub. July L)
Notice ApplctiM for Tax Deed
Uader Secte 8 f Chapter 4888.
Laws do Floida.
Notice s hereby iven that J. R. Weth-
rall, purchaser of Tax Cer tfcate No. IS!
dated the ard day of June. A. D., 19W. ha
tled sadcertificate in my offee, and ha:
made applicatioa for tax deed to tsmu
in accordance with law. Bald certiflcatt
embraces the following described property.
situated in Volila County Florida, to-wit
North bof lot 4 Block 18 beLaud.
The sa land being assessed at the date o
the issuance of such certifcate In the Bamt
of 0. L. Smith, Jr. Unless said certitekat
shall he redeemed according to law, taX
deed will issue thereon on the 12th day o.
July. A. D., 19t.
Witness my official signature and seal
this the 11th day of June. A. D., 1- i.
IBEAL) SAM'L I. JORDAN,
Olerk Circuit Court Yolusta county Florida

(First pub. June 12; last pub. July h0)
Notie of Applcatd m tor Tax Deed
ULder Sectle 8 e Chapter 4888,
Laws of Flrida.
Notice is hereby given that T. H. Cave. Sr.
purchaser of Tax UertUfleate No. 3a, dated
the 3rd day of June A. 1. 11, has filed said
certificate In my voice, and has madeappli-
cation for tax deed to nIsue in accordant..
with law. Bald cwttlcate embraces the
following described property situated in
Valusia county, Florida, to-wit: W 4 1- ch
of E 5- of 1-2 of lot 3S Hopkins Fitch
(irant I icres. The said land being assesa-d
at the date of the issuance ofsuch certflkate
in the name of unknown, Unless saia cer-
tiitate shall be redecrid according to law,
tax d"ed will issue thereon the 1- day of
July A. D-, 10. '- .
Witnrss my oflleial signature and seal
this the llth day of June, JA D. 1,.
caEAL) BA'L D. JORDON,
(lerk i rcuit Court Volusia County, Florida.

4 First pub. June 1t; last pub. July 10)
Notice of Appati for Tax Deed
Under Section 8 o Chapter 4888.
Laws o Florida.
Notkle is hereby given that I. E. Cave
purchaser of Tax Certflleate No. 14, dated
the 3rdday June A. D., 117, has iled said
certificate in my office and has made
application for tax deed to issue in
accordance with law. Said certificate em-
braces the following described property
situated in Volusia county. Florida, to-wit:
8W ft. of N. 8 cbs of Wt-sI of -4ot HopkIns
Fitch (rant I acre. The said land being as-
sesed atthe date of the issuance e'urh
certificate In the name of unknown. Unless
said certificate shall be redeemed according
to law, tax deed will issue thereon on the 12
day of July A. D., 1 4 .
Witne s my ofcllal signature and seal this
the 11 day of June A.. D1..910.
(4IEAL) 8AM'L 1. JORDAN.
Clerk Circuit Court Valusia,Vounty.Floridu.

(First pub. June 12. last pub. July lt)
Notie Of AppECatinb for Tax Deed
Under Sectim 8 fChapter 4888,
Laws ofFlorida.
Notice is hereby given that L. K. Cave
purchaser of Tax Certltlcate No. 315, dated
the rd day of June A. I., 19I has tiled said
vertilncate in my office, and has made appli-
cation for tax deed to issue in accordance
owith law. Said certificate embraces the
following dersribed property situated in
Valusia county, Florida, to-wit: & OhCs of
N 8 chs. of K 1-4 lot 47 Hopkins Fitch Grant
I acre. The said land being assessed at the
date of the Issuance of such certllcate in the
name of unknown. Unless said certittcate
shall he redeemed according to law. tax
deed will Issue thereon on the 12 day of July
A. D1.. Iw. Witness my official signature
and seal this the II day of June of A D.,
(BEAiL) BAx'L D. JORDAN,
Clerk circuitt court Valusita 'ouuty.FloritdL.


NOTICE.
TVH ('ITY E'O7N07I I has instructed th-
undersigned to 1o0W1V .Alt ss&-sftu-ts
duc theCVity oft iaytona for mnowiug. Ibuld-
lu si'deewtkaetc. Uuhess the satwe shallh
Iw paid by AuguLt 1, IlAS, suit will he insti-
tuted to recover judgment ts"
4-t HlESNKtY T. TITITA
t'ollthtor of the ('lty of Ihtytolut.


LOW TIDES on the BEACH

i Day, MAY JUNE MILY

.. .. ... 10:45... ....11: 2... .11:31...
... .... 11.27... ...12.:3.....12:18..
.... 3 .....12:05...... 1244..... 1.03..
... 4. ...12:40..... 1-23&..... 1.50...-
... 5... .. l-l...... 2.-5...... 2:39.,.
6... .* 1 :48*.... 2:0.... 329..
7.. .. 2:23...... 3:37...... 22 ...
... 8...... 3.03U... 4d1... i5:9..
.. 9...... 3:47... ... 5:32...... 6:20...
...10..... 4:38... 38....... 7:2...
...I...... 5:40... ... .:47...... 8:33...
...12... .. 6:52.. ... :53 .... 9:39...
...13. 82... 82...... 57...10:40...
...14...... 9:12. ...... 1 7......11:36...
...15... ....1:47... ...0:.. 1 4..
.......11:13.... 11:52.... .12:22...
...17... ...12.05.. ....12:40...... 1:11...
...18.......12 ...... 1:29...... 1:56...
...19...- k43.... 2:14....... 2:9...
...20...... 2:30...... 2:58..... 321...
...21...... 315...... -3:45. ... 4:00...
...22...... 4.:2...... 4:32...... 4:41..
...23... 4:50... 520...... 5.24...
...24... 5:40... :. 6:11... 6:09...
...25...... 6:33..... 7:02...... 7:03...
...26.... 7:26... .. 7:57...... 8.00...
S..27... ... 8:18... ... 8-53... ..- 9.02...
S...28...... 9:09.-... 9:58......10:01...
S...29...... 9:55... ...10:38......10:58...
...30... ...10:42... ...112... ...11:19...
...31 ... -...... ... .. ....... ...11:56...

Forenoon ind afternoon tides are ap-
proximately at the same hour. Auto.
mobiles can be driven on the beach two
hours after high tide and within two
hours of high tide.


Have the Mosquitos

bit yet?
i


...... "c-mVU VW.c-- UV .. 6 c-uity clerk.
Bobby-And what's the strenuous life? Le Not* Approve Father-Doing some other fellow's Legal N lCS .
"-- ". e Go to the Bingham
work. Now run along and play. S H RF order o e sd to the Bng
ltyt'ounell,.an election will br hl id
Rendesat the-City Hall,ou Tue-sdy. thei" teuhl d
Remind h o Notice of Stockholders' Meeting. day of Augut. A. l e.wher-.t al o. and g
Mrs.-lle said I reminded him of a Z.i.Mr. ramrsaot a a td .Iau,- .%. (N4ltbri uaaia t Mle, d get,
Greek goddess. Mr.--Huh! Mrs.-WVhat "'Notit-- i'- lerey givn that tht- anuauni al Ias llse.-ctor. and A. McF.. I orter- as -lh.rk.
am' e-'t it ot th>- stockholders of the Bhaigh;ui uand whe-re-ltt the Intta-r of utmiiiis ilonu will
do I remind you of? Mr.-Of everJ i, M\-i' -. 'ouIlaolm. a Florida copolratlou. tI the ratmtitlcatiu or reje-ut'otu ly such
darned thing I overlook that you ask i m ll le h'ld at the office of the conupamny at electorat- of such rant of t-lephobie fran-
I' ;.'toan,. Fli.rldh, Tuesday. July lt. A. I.. chiwe.
me to do.-Cleveland Leader. t_ :. a.n 2.: .0 M. .onet unIder my hltnd a this .vcotrd day of
I hJ. It. MAI.JY.r Jily A. 1'.. hlm. f ,N U
The temple of fame stands upon tha -- eerAest: am or.
IrameO The flan timath thtma i nnw.a. wAa lb 1.Ale-V t t Pe? If 'L


Now that the rush of the winter
Stationery? The ~
stock and the finest work at nremii0 i
your next order.


Just as



They Grow


rat IId ri iwfkb
40 vARIETKLEaSTYLEaMs


FRUITS Right off the Trees


VEGETABLES Frsh from the Fa.a


FISH Wriggling from the Water.


FINEST CANNED IN THE WORLD.
56 VARIETIES IN TIN AND OLASS.


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- 3C :ELm kivm i


L. G. LYMAN.


j DAYTONA BEACH HOTEL

Mrs. Celeste Hinks, Proprietress, Daytoa Beachk Fla.
Are you going to spen.l the summer on the beach? Then why aot
go to the Daytona Beach Hotel.
PRICES MODERATE.
. >.l .. .


A. D. rcBRIDE J. I. CONRAD
President Vice-Pres.


MERCHANTS
(HRAncH Capital Stock...............................
Surplus and Profits ......................
Four per cent interest paid on Savings ac
tificates of Deposit. No notice require

Safe Deposit Boxes F

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P. .f. RAB



BANK
r BARK)
..............$ 5 CO
............... 55,165
counts and Time Cer-

:aRent.
or\ Rent.


FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY'


LOCAL TIME CARD No. 79.


No29 I


Nth 85 No. I o.7 1%' .o.a V
DAILY DALY MAIN LINE DAILY DAILY
4 (U) pin :) am Lv .Jack-sonvi-ile r 7 : pmi 8 30 am
5 2 pm 10 5 sinu lv .SLt.Aulr stlime Ar 6 0pm 7 Ua am
S 27 pm 11 56 sam n .v. aI 'alat-k Lv 5ti pm 6 am l
8 OL pin 132 pm Lv.... rmnond! ....Lv 3 s-- pin 4 m
S8 I4 pin 1 II plm I.e....htvlona ....L.v' 3 14 pm, I4 1 am
8 55 pm 2 :3) ,mai J.v. New myrnra .v 2'40 Im 3 aO) am
10 00 pm 3 i3 pum L Ttu-ville._. L.v 1 2 pm 2 am
10 43 pm 4 19'J puti I.......c',, n ....l.v 12 46 pmi 14-0 am
10 47 pim 4 '_ pnm I. .. .Ie-klcte e.... Lr -1 42 pm I 44 am
11 20 pin i -7 pm Lv ...Edtia ;a!lie. Lv 12' 1V pui 1 12 am !
II :30 pim 5 07 K im L.-.. MelburiLe.. -v 12 (C2 m -u 1 03 am
I 28 am 7 a e pi.a .-... Ft. Pier-e ... .v 1o -5 am n:I 20 pm i
3 s48 am 9 17 pinm v..W. Palm Iteaadh I. S C'4 Ia -1 pm in
6 ai 11 :s 0 pm \r .. Miami ....\ > :Lv 5 t am ) pmi:
700 am ......... a.-v.... Miami ..... Ar .......... 5 :; M pmi
S N-J am .......... I.v. Ivr-ll.e-tent l ... ......... to I'm
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11 0)'ani ....... r Kiii:ht- Key -L-. .......... Ilkt anm
*t6 U Il p ......... r .Key .t. Lv ..........-- 7 3 amu
6 ::0 am ...........ar .... Hana.... .......... :3 00 pm


eCtcdit hse (7 am


Pullman Baffet Parlor can
operated on trates and b-
tween Jacksonville and Ul .

Pullman Buffet Sleeper be-
tween New York and Kni -
Key over A. C. .L Line sorth .
JacksoavUetli badled on tran -a
5 and 82.


0- uI-unday. Thrsdqays and T SeA-r'ly. arr-ear at Kaey frmt- I
fTu#--41avs. Tbursday~la? s dn-t slcmr-lays. delwrture from Key I~e-t_
.Meudar-z, Wesirie-flav anild Fridtay,. arrival, and depirtmres at Havana.

PA: ArKA BRANCH


Leave Eat- EA.-T Ft-LAT A
Psalatka VALATK


5 15 mn
6 15 amm

3 15 pIu
6 35 pm


...........No. It
........ INe. 10'
.......... No. l1
.......N,. 112


I wati IV
I'ailv
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Paiilay
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...... ata45) 5 40 ai a
......... all, S 4)samII
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S;~ ~I11 7 45 j'n(al


PAI.ATKA TO ASi.
PALATK A
.No 10


.......No. 101
......... No. It I
........... 105
-.--... No. 107
.......... No. o IU
.........o. Ill
......No. 113


ArriYei -


Daily-......... 561mm

Dally..... 3 15 pa
DAltv...... 4 55pm
tli r......... 615 pm
I~ -7...... 20pm


Leave East EArT 'AlI.ATKA 1To
I'alatka -AN MA a.


5 3t) am 1- III v-2 all ......... Hi [ all Sl
a 20 pru .......... Nib. IX.: Ij.~o~. v ....... pi


SAN i MII`E B -TrNCH


-aleaa -ll ALTE4L To EA.-- P IArriveEw
Mi~att." PALATKA raw"t


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.~ ...... .. hNo. iaclr- -- 4 06 P


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N.rP IiJih 't iD.r I irante City Branch X%3ach
a\.D za rLr..iuli .bri IISPmY
pin :$I) &III
4~~~~~~~~~~~~ i6p I3)a --i um: z, I~A it. i6:aVBaam Iv-tx a411o-e.Lh 0
r 2. Jim ~ It 50 e,. '-.e ~ s ,mm5:t air)- _... to 00 a
k :JI tam 12 aS) t -l *-e -o w, 12 i eilt S :WSW PC
Co&aecatiou% ,aae at ec lCK.-v with m. (i S a (to. ar Key We.4 and Havana. 4b:-
B*"'tb.. TIME TABLE. .iSow the im,-. at whicu train may hr expectedbo arri va aId dr aemutfrons *a:'
servera Utlaos.: heat elth-ir .rr, i .aa r J sv.,:urma.-r jt mler eu-awsaucd e Is mnotguarauseid smai. ab s Comspr
S boe hecld reapon.ile fear an-,lIAJV or any c-anr lucn,.c arisina gbterfrom. -
FOR COPY OF TIHE LkWAL CARD 0 (:4I) OK H OiiEK INFORItMA-I .'E THE TICKET ANT'.
L D. RAHNER.Gacneral Pasaemmgcr Agent ST. AUGUSTINE. FLt)IIh -


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