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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: July 10, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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THE


DAYTONA GAZETTE-r


. 21, No. 7


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Daytona, Florida, July 10, 1909.


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SPECIAL TOWVEL SALE
SOwing to the late arrival of a shipment of one hundred dozen Towels
ioe*we should have received early in the spring, but arrived after our
ji~oris 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
rth 121 cents, but we must get rid of them and will close out the entire
Sdozeri at 3 for 25 cents or 95c a dozen. Do not fail to get what towels
a need at this ridiculously low price. See the window display.

iHE PECK -HENDRICKS COMPANY.

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ELECTRIC LIGHTS, ELECTRIC RRIlFJ,
HOT AND COLD BATHS.

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Pictures.


Any customer purchasing $'2oo worth of G ro-
Dries for.cash. I will sell a handsome framed pict-
ie, your own selection out of one hundred ind fifty
objects, size 23x27, for only 59 cents.


A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME


odesorate your homes. You don't have to buy
2.oo worth at onetime. Ask for coupons.
SPictures on display in my window. Worth in
ulay way $1.5o to $2.oo each. Call and see them


A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY ROAD NEAR DAYTONA.


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EAST COAST STrITiS.


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CAUSE OF TIROULE.


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County School Board In Session
at DeLand Monday Transact
Routine Business.
The County School Board at their
regular session held in DeLand
Monday ening appointed the fol-
lowin achers for the fall term in
t e t coast districts:
lytona High School: Prof. J. L.
Wright, principal; Miss Margaret
Fuller, 1st assistant, Miss M. K.
Rogers 2nd assistant, Miss Clara
Wilkinson latin teacher.
Daytona Grammar School: Miss
Jennie Morrell, Mrs. I. M Mabbette;
Miss Eva Jackson, Miss Lucy M.
Haeceer, Mi&s Emma Apthorpe.
)U breeze: Prof. II. E. Wake-
6ie, principal; Miss Carrie Boyd,
Miss Maud Strother, Miss Clara
Joiner and one vacancy.
Iingston: Herbert Chaffer, prin-
; Miss Marvin Harwell, Miss
essie Pelton
Holy lill: Not yet supplied.
D1Aond: Prof. C. E. Orth, prin-
cipa; Miss Emma Baker, Miss Lucy
Moore.
Port Orange: Prof. C. E. Strick-
i*$, principal; Miss Charlotte
Brdley, Miss Bessie Wheeler.
New Smyrna: Prof. W. W.
Smith, principal; Miss Lucille Pat-
ton, Miss Mary Stones, Miss Rose.
Oak Hill: Prof. J. M. Chaffer,
principal; Miss Olive Shattuck.
Olencoe: Miss Millie Cruse.
The dates of opening the fall
terms of school was fixed at Aug.
2:d and Sept. 20th.
Considerable other routine busi-
ness was transacted, after which the
Board adjourned to Monday even-
ing, August 2nd.


A Heavy Rainfall.
The rainfall Friday and Friday
night of last week was one of the
heaviest ever experienced in this
section, Ieing reported (unofficially)
at from six to nine inches, probably
ranging somec-where lietween the two
figures in different localities. It
was no doubt the wet end of the
storm that swept the gulf coast of
Texas and did considerable damage
to some cities and towns.
The cool weather which accom-
panied the rain and wind storm was
quickly replaced by another hot
wave, the temperature ranging quite
high during the day through the
forepart of this week, although the
nights were fairly comfortable.
Wednesday night was sultry, with
an electric storm Thursday morning
accompanied by a heavy shower of
rain just before daybreak.


Seabreeze Sanitarium Had Close
Call From Destruction By
Fire Last Week.
SBy Mrs. H.'A. B-rimnrd.
Seabreeze, Fla., July 7.-Last
Saturday evening, shortly after six
o'clock, the Seabreeze Sanitarium
had a close call to a fire that would
perhaps have meant the destruction
of the building, caused by the tele-
phone line being crossed by an un-
used electric wire somewhere at
Daytona Beach.
The telephone bell, it seems, had
been rising at random by spells
for a week or longer, at the sanita-
rium, the company had been notifi-
ed, and the lineman had attempted
to locate and correct the trouble.
During the storm on Friday it was
quite annoying and Saturday even-
ing about six o'clock it began ring-
ing again, while Mrs. Jones and a
friend were at the supper talle. To
deaden the noise, Mrs. Jones ranm-
ned a napkin back of the bells.
While at the table, someone de-
tected the odor of burning rags.
which was traced to the call box
and upon removing the napkin Mrs.
Jones found it badly scorched and
the smoke came pouring into the
room. Mrs. Jones tried to call up
central, getting a strong shock in
her arm and on placing the receiv-
er tube to her ear received thel full
shock of an explosion. Finiling the
phone could not be used, she ran
into the street to call help and luck-
ily hailed the colored man, Andrew
Jackson, who was passing on his
wheel. lie rode at full tilt to Wil-
liams' department store and noti field
central of the trouble.
A lineman was started to tlhe
scene from the central office, Ilay-
tona, and reached the sanitarium in
exactly six minutes from the time
he started. By this time the room
was filled with smoke and the box
was on fire. .The lineman rushed
into the room and jerked the con-
necting wires from the wall and all
danger was over. Then began a
search by the lineman, which lasted
all night and until late Sunday af-
ternoon to locate the trouble, which
was found, as above stated, at -l)ay-
tons Beach, in an unu-,dl elecItrie
wire crossing the telephone line.


A. P. Jones, F. E. ('. Iy. station
agent, resumed his duties the begin-
ning of the week, after a .several
days' illness. Mr. Joncs removed
to the Seaside Inn, lDaytona Heaclh,
Tuesday, and will be a guest of that
h istelry the balance of the summer.


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Daytona Ball Team Returns From
Defeat at Orlando to Win
From Byrd Here.
The fates were against the Day-
tona Baseball boys on their recent
tour, as they lost both games to Or-
lando and were unable to play at
Sanford, owing to the excessive rain-
fall.
The first game, Wednesday, June
*0, resulted in a score of 4 to 0 and
the game the following day showed
one run better for Orlando, or 5 to0.
The first game was what is known
as a pitcher's game, although there
was good play on both sides. Heath
pitched for the Daytona team in the
second game and the Orlando
Reporter-Star speaks in very conm-
plimentary terms of his work. The
Stir also says, in speaking of the
Daytona team, that it is compo d
of a bunch of good individual ball
players, but is sadly lacking in team
work. This fact is always brought
more prominently to the front in
contests with the Orlando boys,
whose team work is greatly to be
admired, but is a weakness that can
be corrected by systematic practice.
The game played here Monday
afternoon with the Byrd team was
scarcely worthy of the name, the
score standing 20 to 6 in the seven
innings played, in favor of Daytona.
A good game was expected with this
team, as they have put up good ball
before, but they were evidently out-
classed this time.


Cheap Excursion to Jacksonville.
There will be an excursion to
Jacksonville next Thursday, which
will probably be well patronized as
it is under a management that has
always given satisfactory service
and has had several years' experi-
ence. The rate will be $1.5) for
the round trip; children under 12
years $ 1.(0. Plenty of cars wilT be
provided so there will be ample
seating capacity for all. It is a
very reasonable rate and affords an
opportunity to visit the metropolis
at a small expense and visit with
friends, see a good professional ball
game, and imbibe new ideas, not to
mention other good things.


Death of J. B. Hunnicutt.
J. B. Hunnicutt, for many years
a conductor on the Florida East
Coast Railway, died at his home in
St. Augustine last Sunday afternoon,
after a several months' illness, al-
though he had been confined to his
bed but a few days.
Mr. Hunnicutt, who was about
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al work finished and charged for
from this shop shows how square-
ly and honorably we transact our
business. Electrical repairs re-
ceive special attention. Those
who employ us never worry about
our charges, and they know be-
fore engaging us that our work-
manship will be the best.


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Mills Transfer 77
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THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-FTWS
PUBT.JAERD EVERY SATII kl'.\I
T. I. FITZOIFALD, Editor


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(INCORPORATED) SEABREEZE, July 7-Monday was
generally observed by peninsula towns
Entered at the Postoflice at Daytona, Flonda, as Second Class Matter. as a national holiday. The postoffice
held Sunday hours, and thegroceriescloe-
ed at ten o'clock. The union Baptist
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. and Methodist Sunday School basket
...............$1.50 dinner at the Clarendon Casino was a
Onepy ad t ......... .75 pleasant sutcess though mainly repre-
One opy three months........... .* ....- 40, sented by the Holly Hill Union Sunday
----School. ,F. Wetherell alse making a
SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1909 trip with his boat Rev. and Mrs. Aber-
erombie of the First Baptist Church of
j Daytona, and a number of their promi-
cu hEM I D nent members did their part. Ocean
SO R M O N D I bathing was the main feature. Beach
BI|I T A S U I parties, large and small, with elaborate
IJ .Ae or simple programs of entertainment
ORMOND, July 7.-The people were the order of the day. A delicious
Sw of Ormond celebrated by holding a ocean breeze tempered the heat and
Tax Levy for 1909 Fixed and Con- basket picnic on the beach. There Inature threw in one of her highly color
sdrable Oter I at was plenty of watermellon and ice ed sunsets, with a marvelous afterglow
sderabe Oter I tat was plenty fleeted on river and ocean for good
Busanes Tramsaed. cream, games for the young people, measure. It was a day to remember.
a social time for the older ones with a proper setting in a moonlit, star
The Board of County Commiss- Only one serious accident occurred. gemmed evening. The Daytona Citi-
ioners met in regular session at De- Bennie Shaw ha I a giant fire crack- sen's Band played for the dance at the
Land on Tuesday with all members r explode in his hand. lie was Clarendon Caino during the evening
A good crowd was out, twenty-five or
present. taken to Daytona to Dr. Stewart more couples participating.
The following road and bridge who dressed it for him. At this Of the smaller parties, Miss Blakeslee.
reports were submitted: writing he is comfortable and we Mrs. Morrison, Mrs. and Miss Boyd,
District No. 1, general repairs; hope out of all danger. Mrs. and Miss Evernden joined Dr. Le-
Dist. No. 3, completion of grading Mr. Lapp and family we down land and family in a picnic luncheon on
Eldrid d Enterprise road; pthe broad veranda of their beach home.
on Eldridgand Enterprise oad; to help celebrate on Monday. Mr.and Mrs. Haigh entertained a
repairs on Barberville and DeLeon, The work at the Inn and on the beach party at the Kissimmee cottage
Pierson and Seville and C. E. Jones new water tower is progressing Monday afternoon from four to six, and
roads; Dist No. 4, repairs on Day- slowly. It will be, when completed, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Kochersperger en-
tona and Volusia road and Daytona- a big improvement to that popular tertained the same friends Monday
Deand road and repairs tobrdges; winter resort. evening. During the afternoon Mrs.
DLand road and repairs to edges Haigh served delicious refreshments of
Diat. No. 5, progress on Oak Hill E C. .Totuan and family are at ice cream, cake and confections. Dur-
and New Smyrna shell road, com- their cottage on the beach for the ing the evening Mr. Hartshorn enter-
pletion of bridge over head of In- summer tainted the children (young and old)
dian River and repairs to Spruce with a fine assortment of fire works on
Crek bridg the beach in front of the Cherokee pa-
T rod to West Sih sin billion. Mrs. Kochersperger served re-
The rad to West Shiloh station HOLLY HILL freshmentsin the pavillion and music
as described in minutes of June 7, and conversation brought to a close a
. was declared a public road. very delightful afternoon and evening.
The reportof the committee ap- HOLLY HILL, July 7.-Mr. and The pary included Mr. and Mrs. Haigh,
pointed to mark and view road from Mrs. J. Yelvington went to Port Or- and children, J. E. Williams and moth-
New Smyrna to OAteen was received ange Saturday to spend the Fourth er, Mr. and Mrs Hartshorn and chil-
it dre and mother, Mrs. Wilson, Mr. and
and filed and as suggested by said with friends. returning on Sunday. M rKochersperger and a Gazette News
committee D. D. Rogers, civil en- The Baptist Sunday school of pondent.
gineer was appointed to survey said Daytona invited the Holly Hill Sun- The Tuesday's election for two alder-
route under the supervision of Con- day school to join them in celebra- men for two years resulted in the elec-
missioner Owens and Brooke. ting the Fourth in a basket picnic tion of A. M. Fleming, 29 votes, C. F.
missionerOwe d Brook. wtr- p i Burllgman, 26.
Commissioner Brooke..was author- at the' beach. Chas. F. Wetherell MB Rent, Jr.. rrived .uturdav fr2n6
Mr.Ret Jr. arrived Saturday from


ized to make necessary repairs to
East Coast Ferry lighter and em-
ploy such ferry tender as he may
see fit.
The committee appointed to mark
and view Scarlett road was filed and
committee discharged and opening


of said road ordered advertised for
thirty days.
The Justice bond of I. D. Robin-
son, the Notary bond of A. G. Ham-
lin and the revolver bonds of Thos.
A. Baker, H. B. Powell and Herbert
Spencer were approved and Clerk
instructed to issue license for same.
It was decided not to lease any
convicts at this time who are on
road sentence. *
J. P. Musalewhite and A. T. Pat-
tillo were granted the right to con-
struct a telephone line along the
public road from Osteen to East
Coast ferry, all poles to be at least
fourteen feet from center of road.
The Criminal cost bills in the
sum of $430.30 were approved and
Clerk instructed to issue warrants
therefore.
The tax books for the year 1909
were examined and the valuations
asfixed by the Assessor were ap-
proved and accepted.
The village for the year 1909
was fixed as follows: General Rev-
enue, 3 mills; School Fund, 6 mills;
Special Road Fund, 6 mills; Fine
and Forfeiture Fund mills.
Sub School Dists. Nos. 2, 7. 8, 9,
11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 23, 30, 32, 38, 39,
41, 43, 49, 3 mills each.
The Tax Collector presented his
final report and settlement for 19(48
taxes which was approved.
The Treasurer's report for June
was approved and paid warrants
destroyed.,
The matter of building a new
jail and Sheriff's residence being
delayed on account of a petition be-
ing circulated asking that an elect-
ion be called to decide on location
of County Seat, therefore, be it re-
solved: That if said petition be not
v irn .n a ni A v- ha raia #hm


took a goodly number across in his
launch "Two Chums,' where they
joined forces and had a good old
fashioned picuic which all enjoyed.
Mrs. Thos. Cave, Sr., returned
from Jacksonville Saturday ac -om-
panied by Mrs. Thos. Cave, Jr., and


two children. After a short stay
here Mrs. Cave an I the children
left for Seville where she will visit
with relatives before returning Io
Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Wright are vis-
ing Mrs. English, Mrs. Wright's
mother.
J. M. Dickinson, wife and baby,
spent a few days with Mrs. H. A.
Carter. On Tuesday W. H. Heath
took them to Seabrook in the launch
Eleanor. Mrs. IHeath and Zilpah
Harris accompanied them.
Mrs. Mann came down from Sea-
brosk on Wednesday, bringing Paul
and Elizabeth Merkel, who will
leave on Thursday with their aunt
Mrs. Mann for Jacksonville from
which place they will go to Atlanta
to join their mother.
Mrs. Chas. It. Simonds left Tues-
day for Daytona where she \ ill vis-


Ocala, and has joined the family at the
Ocala cottage.
The prospects for a good summer sea-
son for Seabreeze never looked brighter.
Mr. Kochersperger received letters last
week from a party who has been here
before, asking for accommodations for
eighty people.
Mr. and Mrs. Hall, of Ocala, will ar-
rive this week and occupy the Kissim-
mee and bungalow during July and
August. They will bring their motor
car and chauffeur.
R. T. Butler, who left here last week,
is now at White Springs where he will
remain a few weeks before starting for
Arkansas.
Mr. Boggs, of DeLand, has taken part
of the Leland beach cottage, occupied
by Mr Smith and family of Alachua.
The family of Rev. J. H. Craighill
arrived Monday from (Gainesville and
have taken one of the Kochersperger
beach cottages.
C. B. Poor left Sunday for Minnesota
on a business trip. He was accompan-
ied by Mr. Kerr aid daughter, who
have been at his home for some time.
Mrs. Kate Haney having rented her
cottage on Pinewood avenue for the sea-
son to the Misses Robinson, from the
interior, will spend the summer with
relatives in Jacksonville and Atlanta,
Ga.
Mr. Sims last week received a tele-


it Mrs. Nellie Simonds for a few gram containing the sad intelligence of
das. the death of his daughter, Mrs. M. L.
days. .Bruce, at Seattle, Washington. The
On the morning of the Fourth W. news came by letter that Mrs. Bruce
H. Heath took a I arty on his launch j eaves three small children, one a baby
to listen to the sweet music so kind- of three months.
ly given by I)r. Houghton on his1 The Ladies' Sewing Circle, at their last
Meeting held June 30th, elected the fol-
graphophone. It was a treat much lowing officers for the ensuing year:
enjoyed by many who fully appre- President, Mrs. A. S. Randall, reflected;
cited the genial dxoc-tr's kindness. st Vice-President, Mrs. Peter Riven-
Mrs. F. L. l idleton's brother L. burg; 2nd Vice- President. Mrs. Evern-
W. Palmer, was town from St Aug- den; Secretary, Mrs. H. E. Wakefield;
ustine t, spend w the Fourth with Treasurer, Mrs. Wesley Hlerrick; Asso-
e ciate Treasurer, Mrs. Alice Godsmark.
herself and fa mil. The circle met with Mrs. Blakeshee on
SOakridge avenue. Relresbments weie
Kingston A served at the social hour and a pleasant
Kingston Again Defeats Ormond. and profitable afternoon enjoyed
The Kingston team journeyed Rev. Abercrombie and wife and J. B.
to Ormond on the 4th and played Garrison and family are occupying the
the team om that pla Beekman Bide-a-Wee cottage on the
the team frm that plahe plank walk during the month of July
game lastul nine ihnings and re- and possibly through the season
suited in a score of 11 to 3 in favor C. F. Burgman transacted business in
of Kingstoi. Jessie Lastinger tns. Palatka last Saturday.
1e the ball for Kin*.tan while Or- Dr. A. T. Bigelow left for- St. Paul,
mnd ca e pitchers thee tim nn., Saturday. He will close his
me)nd c~an-ed pitchers thee times _g, ..... .. .. .._


his many friends.
Ray Selden returned yesterday from
Chicago, where he has been on a com-
bined pleasure and business trip.
Dr. Voorhees and wife of DeLand,
Sand Mr. and Mrs. Loring Mace and wife,
of Lake Helen, spent Sunday at Ocean
SVilia.
biss Fay Stewart went to Melbourne
last week on a vi1it with relatives and
remained over for the glorious Fourth.
Dr. W. F. Holinson is a guest at the
Seaside Inu.
Godfrey Dreka, son of G. A. Dreka,
merchant, of Deland. spent Monday on
the beach.
Ben Willard was over from DeLand
Monday and played short stop for the
Daytona base ball team.
Mr. and Mrs. Those McHea arrived
Monday and have taken one of the
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the Seaside Inn: Speck Camobell and
R. P. Hamlin, DeLand; H. Y. Snow,
Palatka; Cole Reynold and Bill Page,
DeLand.
Mrs. Strunk and sisters, Misses Wim-
berly, Mr. and Mrs. Bernet, of Daytona,
Leon Stuckey, guest of The Inn, Jesse
Smoke and Ernest Johnson made up a
charter boat party for the inlet Mon-
day. They had a splendid all day out-
ing. and returned in time to celebrate
the Fourth with fireworks on the beach.
Mrs. J. S. Fagan, baby and motherin-
law, who have spent the month at
Pleasantview cottage, returned to their
home in Alachna Saturday. They came
forth bab9's health which is happily

entirely restored.
The 'Epworth League of the M. E.
church will report next Monday night as
*to how they have increased the amount,
five cents, which each member invested
a month ago to provide for the addition
to the church. Refreshments will be
served.



PORT ORANGE )

PORT ORANGE, July 7.-Mrm.
Oeo. F. Lufbery and her little
grandson returned home from New
York last week.
Mrs. .. L. Patillo and the two
children left last week to spend the
summer in and near Atlanta, Ga.
Mrs. Riefsnider returned home
from Chicagolast week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wells are visiting


budget of bills. The folio ving inspect-
ors of election were appointed: Harry G
Wilson, Jas. Abererombie, J. W. Wil-
liams; H. Wilson was appointed clerk.
C. A. Ballough came down from'
Washington. D. C., last Saturday to
take charge of his orange.grove at Holly
Hill for the next two months, and inci-
dentally cast his ballot for the election
of Aldermae at Tuesday's election. Mr.
Ballough reports his grove in fine con-
dition.

DAYTONA BEACH, July 7-Mras
Willard L. Hibbard and son, of Fort
Pierce, arrived Saturday and have taken
rooms for the remainder of the summer
in the south Hibbard'cottage on Live
Oak avenue. Mr. Hibbard, who is with
D. D. Roger's surveying party at Indian
Springs, -pent Sunday with his family.
C. G. Smith is having his windmill
raised an additional 16 feet; in order to
secure a larger flow of water. D. F.
Fuquay is doing the work.
Mrs. Herrick returned Sunday from a
several days' visit at Ponce Park, guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Ellison.
Capt Olliver has just returned from
a trip to New York, where he was sum-
moned by the illness of a friend.
Dr VanValzah and little daughter,
Eunice, returned from Philadelphia,
Monday night. The doctor says it is
too hot for him in the Quaker city.
The following recent arrivals are noted
at the Daytona Beach Hotel: Dr. and
Mrs. Phillips, Orlando; C. R. Peavy and
wife, Carrolton, Miss; S. W. Shepard,
Orlando; J. R. Beasley, Stanford, Ky.;
E. N. Waldron and wife, Daytona.
By Mrs. Hinks' invitation the guests
of Daytona Beach Hotel will spend the
day at The Magnolia, Daytona. today.
Miss Hutchinson, of DeLand, after a
pleasant visit with Mrs. Sparber and
daughter, Miss France, returned home
last week.'
Bert Rogers came up from Palm
Beach, where he has, been in the cigar
business for the past six months and
will spend a couple of weeks with his
wife at Surf Crest.
The recent arrivals at Surf Crest are:
Mr. and Mrs. John Masters, St. Augus-
tine; Mrs. Atwater and Miss Nelson,
Fort Pierce; Dr. and Mrs. John Bishop,
Alachua; Mr. McDougal, Jae4lonville.
Teddy Heiberger, of Daytona, Mrs.
Jester and threedaughters, of Atlanta,
Ga., and Miss May Alien, of Daytona,
are pleasantly located at Ocean Villa
Hotel.
*Surf Crest, located directly on the
beach, is offering a summer rate of $6
up, per week. 4-4t
The vesper service at the Seaside Inn,
Sunday, was well attended and will no
doubt prove very popular with the
tourists as well as the resident popula-
tion. The Chautauqua leaflets were
used, and Rev. Abercrombie gave a
short and appropriate talk Rev. Barze
will give the address next Sunday, and
the only question is whether the amp!e
veranda of the Seaside Inn will accomc-
date the congregation. If not there is
abundant room on the beach. Mr.
Stewart played the piano accomp4ni-
ment. The singing was congregational.
Miss Mattie Yelvington is visiting
Mrs. Howard at Sanford.
Miss Cora Bryant. of Arcadia, is visit-
ing her sister. Mrs. Timmons, on Live
Oak avenue.
The Ladies' Aid held a business meet-
ing Monday afternoon at the parsonage.
The ladies voted to make the last $50
payment on the plumbing at the par-
sonage.
Mr. and Mrs Edward Curtis were host
and hostess at a boat party on the Hali-
fax Monday evening. The guests in-
cluded Mrs. Freeman and family, Miss
Reed and Miss Horn. They were in-
vited to partake, on their return home,
of a fine watermelon, grown on Major
Russell's place.
Harry Horn returned Saturday from
the State university at Bloomington,
ll., where he completed- his law course,
and is receiving a warm welcome from


and
Oak

and
par-


Mr. Harden, of Milan, Ga., arrived
Tuesday to visit his daughter, Mrs.
Nicholson, who lives on the Rush
place in Dunlawton.


WOMEN'S WOES.
Daytom Women Are FldOLg Reief
at Last.
It does seem that women have more
than a fair share of the aches and pains
that afflict humanity; they must "keep
up," must attend to duties in spite of
countantly aching backs, or headaches,
dizzy spells, bearing-down pahim; they
must stoop over, when to stoop means
torture. They must walk and bend and
work with racking pains and many
aches from kidney ills. Kidneys cause
more suffering than any other organ of
the body. Keep the kidneys well and
health is easily maintained. Read of a
remedy for kidneys only that helps and
cures the kidneys and fsenlruoseddy peo-
ple in this hlcality
Mrs. C. W. Murdock, 1OthSt.,Palatka,
Fla., says: I am glad to recommend
Doan's Kidney Pills in order to let my
neighbors know of the benefit I derived
from their use. I was a great sufferer
from backache and kidney trouble for
some time. My kidneys were weak and
caused me much annoyance by too fre-
quent passages. My backached severely
and in the morning upon arising Iwasso
lane and stiff that I could hardly dress
myself. I at length read about Doan's Kid-
ney Pills. procured them and began their
use. They removed the lameness and
lbakache and regulated the passages of
the kidney secretions. I now feel better
in every was and give Doan's Kidney
Pills the credit."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole
agents for the United States.
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
The Hollow Bones of Birds.
The hollow bones of birds are fre-
quently cited as beautiful Instances of
providential mechanics in building the
strongest and largest possible limb
with the least expenditure of material
and this Is largely true. and yet birds,
like ducks, which cleave the air with
the speed of an express train, have the
long bones filled with marrow or satu-
rated with fat. while the lumbering
hornbill, that fairly hurtles over the
treetops. has one of the most com-
pletely pneumatic skeletons Imaginable.
permeated with air to the very toe tips.
and the ungainly plicau is nearly as
well off. Still. It is but fair to say that
the frigate bird and turkey buzzards.
creatures which are most at ease when
on the wing. have extremely light and
oLffow boaes: but, comoarlur one bled
w(th another, the paramount impor-
tance of a nveumatk skeleton to a bird
is not as evident as that of a pneumatic
tire to a bkcyele.-Exebange.

An Earl's Duel With a Butler.
About the middle of the last century
the Lord Roaebery of that time was In
Paris, and In paying a call one day he
was received so rudely by the butler
that he comlalned to his friend of the
servant's conduct. But the butler had


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Lord RuwmW& Rao ^'G"
Lord Russell once preWs&dlat
ner given for Sir Henry Irvfig ai
return from America. While teh
ner was in progress Lad RuIeB:l
tested to Comyns Carrathat he pregp
Sir Henry's health. "I can't mae
speeches, you know," he said.
Sir Henry gently replied. "I heamt
you make a fine speech before the PiP
nlil commission."
To which the pungent Irishman an.
.wered. "Oh. yes. but then I had some*
thing to t! k about.'

Before and After.
"That couple used to be inseparable
a year ago," he observed. "and now
you hardly ever see them together.
Why Is it? Do you know?'
"Yes," said she. "They weren't mar-
ried a year ago."-New York Press.

Their Present Names.
"What are the names of that young
couple next door?"
"We won't be able to find out for
several weeks. They've just been mar-
ried, and he calls her Birdie, and she
calls him Pettle."
Not Quite Sure.
Little Jean's parents were enthusi-
astic whist players, and Jean was more

or less fatuitir with the sight of cards.
At Sunday school one day the teacher
had been giving a talk on David.
Finally she held up a little colored
print of David dressed in royal robes
and asked, "What child -an tt-ll me
who th is s?" Out of the :<;,. li !iie"
little Jean's vo-ie. "I think it's a king.
but It may lie a jack!"'


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their daughter in Fort Pierce.
The Misses Rosie McDonald
Laura Butler are visiting in
Hill.
Allen Tedder and his wife
child are visiting Mr. Tedder's
ents.










*Our stock is complete and prices
low. Come in and see for yourself.
Special attention given repair work.
GE,. H. CLARK, Jeweler.


Store will be open all summer.
IStock complete in every line. Prices
right; treatment right. Reference
4Sybody.
L H. ROWE & Co., The Jewelers.

See Stetson ad., page 2.
SBev. H. G. Porter returned- Mon-
day from a week or ten days' visit
at Miami.M
F. Shultz joined Mrs. Shultz in
this city 6lA week and they returned
to Robe &oid Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. C. M. Bingham departed
SSaturday morning for a visit of two
:lamonths or more at Clifton Springs,
N. Y.
O*Rexall Remedies,
Young's Pharmacy.
i wood Dillingham returned Tues-
day from a pleasure trip to Asbury
""..Park, Boston and other Eastern
t points.
I Mrs. Robt. A. Bliven left Satur-
day for Savannah, Ga., expecting to
remain until about Christmas time.,
Mr.'Bliven will join her later.
*Dr. Houghton, dentist, west end
SSouth Bridge. Peck block, phone 32.
D. D. Rogers, who was at home
1 over the Fourth, returned to the
Sake Ashby district the forepart of
the week to continue his surveying
operations.
S You save 82 per Mh by using home
brick. Pearl Grit Artificial Stone Co.,
If Seabreeze, Fla.
SMrs. L H. Hatfeld and children
returned last week from DeLand
for another visit with relatives here
before leaving, Saturday, for their
Some at Miami.
*Phone 28 will call for your clean
ing and pressing. 0. S. Burnett.tf
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Matthews sail
From Jacksonville today on the
SClyde steamship, Mohawk, for a
visit of a month or more in New
York and other points East.
V *Pearl Grit Artificial Stone Co.
s' ells brick at $8 per 1,000. tf
Mrs. I. M. Pellett and son, James
left Sunday fora visit with Mrs.
SPellett's daughter's at Everett,
'. Wash. A. M. Pellett accompanied
i' them to Jacksonville, returning the
following day.
(Collars 2 cents, all style of shirts
'10 cents, with work left and called
Sfor at Daytona Steam Laundry. tf
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Williams and
r daughters, who drove to Orlando
last week to witness the ball games
between the Daytona and Orlando
teams, returned by train, leaving
^ their automobile until the roads
were in better condition, the heavy
rain having made them a sea of
S~m~qud.
S Try the Pearl Grit Pressed brick.
Cor. of Pine and Earl Sts.,
Seabreeze, Fla.
J. D. C.. Morris left Tuesday for
Los Angeles, California, where he
ng sf as delegate from Daytona lodge


S- No. 1141 to'the grand lodge meet-
ting of the Benevolent and Protect-
ire Order of Elks, which convenes
jii at place next Monday. The
| *iaioo will probably last a week or
:ea days.
S. S or 6 doses "666" will cure any-
S qs-;~e of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
45-3mos
S Three auto parties, with E. C.
1: id J. B. Dunn driving their dars,
,.-sand W. W. Austin his machine,
-maide the trip in company, Monday,
.to DeLeon Springs, where they
| i Buached, and then to Orange City
aii nd Beresford, where a big picnic
Iwas being held. ,-They returned in
.'tle evening with a record of 86
Si'e to their credit.
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:. For Rent-One of the best cot-
tg ess on the beach. $75 for the

Conrad Real Estate Company.
?jn;;a 13___ da* _. _*


The Gulf Refining Company is
sporting a fine new delivery wagon.
Mr. and Mrs. James Carnell were
Daytona visitors Wednesday, driv-
ing down from Ormond.


Stetson University at DeLand is The stork left a fine ten pound
for all the people. boy baby at the home of Mr. and
Miss Minnie Lyman spent the Mrs. Cornelius Slough, Wednesday.
Fourth at Melbourne. Mrs. B. P. Smith and daughter,
Capt. John Gardner was in the Miss Maggie May Morgan, departed
city Wednesday, on his return to Wednesday for Hendersonville, N. C.
Miami from a visit to. Fernandina. Peter Ladas came down from
Mrs. S. P. Stillman, accompanied Jacksonville Tuesday, for a few
by her son, Fred A. Stillman, left days' supervision of his business
last Saturday morning for Weaterlv here.


Rhode Island.
T. J. McMicken came down from
Jacksonville last Saturday and vis-
ited with B. B. Baggett at Seabreeze
until Tuesday morning.
Fitzhugh Bradshaw accompanied
his father and Mr. Crouch to De-
Land, Monday, for a visit with the
sons of Sheriff E. L. Smith.
H. H. Hough is engaged in mov-
ing J. D. Maley's cottage 'from east
of his residence on Cedar street to
his lot on South Palmetto avenue.
*A new line of bathing suits, caps
and shoes at Chas. E. Gardiner Co's.
A. J. Wagner, of St. Augustine,
was the guest of his brother, T. G.
Wagner, and family on North Beach
street from Saturday until Monday
afternoon.
Due to so much water in the soil,
people are cautioned by the con-
tractor to not drive over the watet
works trenches in the lower sections
of the city.
Notwithstanding the threatening
weather Thursday, the ball game
between Titusville and Daytona was
pulled off, resulting in a score of 7
to 1 in favor of Daytona.
Geo. F. Crouch returned trom
New York last Saturday night.
Mrs. Crouch and Miss Cora were to
sail from that city last Wednesday
and will probably be home today.
It is reported that there is an
epidemic of glanders among the
horses at Ocala and that numbers of
the animals are being condemned
and shot by the authorities to pre-
vent the spread of the disease.
*For Sale.-Model M Cadillac in
good condition. F. J. Niver. 4-4t
A letter to this office from Mrs.
Emma Edick, dated June 28, asking
that Gazette-News be sent to her at
Thompsonville, Mich., stated that
they had had a fine time at Hender-
sonville, N. C., but would leave that
day for Thompsonville.
Mrs. D. F. Austin, who was one'
of the boat party to St. Augustine
last week, did not return from that
city with the others, but left from
that place for Beaumont, Texas,
where she was to join J. E. Long
and family in a trip to California.
tAutomobile tires and inner tubes
vulcanized at Oliver's garage
T. F. Williams, J. K., R. S. and
J. D. Maley and H. T. Titus formed
a congenial automobile party to
Sanford last Monday in J. D. Maley's
machine, returning the following
morning. They took in the celebra-
tion at Sanford and had a general
good time.'
The subject of the evening ser-
mon at the Baptist church Sunday
July llth will be: The Great
Cleanser and Life Giver. The
sermon will be illustrated by a aim-'
pie interesting chemical experiment.
Special music by the male quartet.
You will receive a hearty welcome.
eFace Creams and toilet articles
for your vacation.
Young's Pharmacy.


The pipe laying gang are now at
work on Magnolia avenue, nearing
the location of the water works and
weather permitting will complete
the laying of the pipe next Monday.
The piling for the foundation of the
power house has been put in and
work will probably be commenced
on the building next Tuesday.


*S or 6 doses "666" will cure any
case of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
46-3mo8
The only Fourth of July casualty
noted in this vicinity was that of a
t. fl 1 *


Miss Rachel Webster, of Caro-
nada, arrived Thursday for a visit
with her sister, Mrs.' Cornelius
Slough, on West Voluaiavenue. -
ESchrafft's Candies,
Young's Pharmacy.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Winne and
daughter, Mrs. C. V. Gailer, left
Wednesday for a sojourn of some
weeks at Bendersonville, N. C.
Dr.C. DeWarren Ake is estab-
lished in the dental parlors formerly
occupied by Dr. D. D. Beekman
and ready to look after the public's
making teeth.
Mrs. H. V. Bracy and little daugh-
ter, Norma, returned Thursday from
a two weeks' visit with Mrs. Bracv's
sister, Mrs. Clarence Tyler, at Green
Cove Springs.
*Plank's Chill Tonic for Malaria,
chills, fever, cold and lagrippe, 25e
guaranteed. All druggists. 2-ly
E. L. Gunn and family are occu-
pying the Robbins cottage on the
beach. Mr. Gunn's mother, Mrs.
Franklin Reid, of Jacksonville, is
visiting them for a time.
W. F. Colby, the genial Ormond
correspondent of the Gazette-News,
was in the city Wednesday, accom-
panied by Mrs Colby. They made
the trip in their launch, "Mrs.
Buster Brown."
Maj. and Mrs. Abercrombie spent
Sunday and Monday in this city,
accompanied by Mrs. Abercrombie's
cousins, the Misses Mitchell, of New
Orleans, who are visiting with them
at New Smyrna.
;Wear the "Smart Set" mountings
for eyeglasses. They are stylish,
comfortable and prices reasonable.
NEVILLE H. CLARK, Optometrist.
Mrs. J. B. Crocker, who has been
visiting at. points in New York,
Massachusetts and other places
East, returned Wednesday, accom-
panied by her daughter, Miss Flor-
ence, a teacher in the Milwaukee
Downer College, who joined her in
New York and will spend her vaca-
tion here.
S. B. Green made a trip to De-
Land and Lake Helen Monday in
his cadillac machine, taking with
him his daughters, the Misses Lois
and Alice, and his sons, Ernest and
Raymond. Hugh Bracey, who had
come over from DeLand the day
before, also returned with them to
the county seat.
Miss Fannie Ray, who'was visiting
with Miss Minerva Bond on the
beach, is now with the Misses Aber-
crombie on Myrtle avenue. Her
mother, Mrs. A. J. Jenkins, was in
the city Thursday, on her way to
Jacksonville to await word from her
son, Dick Ray, who is quite ill at
Columbus, Ga.


To Be Sharp.
The Aryan root "ak" meant "to be
sharp," and the Idea of sharpness has
followed it at least through 10.000
years into all of the family of lan-
guages of that tongue. It Is quite like-
ly that the property of sharpness was
conceived of by these ancestors from
handling shells, the first knives that
man knew. That cutting edge was re-
ferred to by "ak" long before the most
primitive people had learned to put
an edge on flint. When these Aryans
wanted to express the idea of sharp
ness of mind they used the same word.
This root went into the Greek, where
it became "akros," meaning pointed.
In Sanskrit it Is "acre." meaning the
same thing. In the Latin we find
"acrimonia," signifying sharpness, from
which our "'aerid" comes. The Latin
also has "acer." meaning sharp, and
"acus." a needle. In the Anglo-Saxon
it became "eag," an edge. So the idea
of sharpness rns all the way through,
and we have it in our "acid," "acute."
"edge" and "ax" as well as in "acrid"
and "acumen."-Argonaut.
The Alexandrian Library.
d%a a fanasloal ebslali s .ha eva


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Sports By the Younger Boys the
Only Special Feture of the


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WAS Lar my itE


Splendid Selectin of Patriotic
and Sacrd Mmsic Formed,


Occasion Here. Evening Progran.
The celebration of the Fourth of The Victor musical recital given
July here last Monday consisted en- by Dr. F. H. oughton the evening
tirely of a program of sports ar- of July 4th, from the dome of the
ranged for the boys by Messrs. E. club house of the Halifax River
T. Conrad, Geo. H. Clark and S. E. Yacht Club, was enjoyed by a large
Bnllard, assisted by others. Quite Inumber of citizens and parties from .
a crowd of the townspeople gathered adjacent towns.
on South Beach street in the vicin- The records selected for the even-
ity of the Halifax River Yacht Club ing were mainly patriotic and sacred
buildings to witness the games pieces, to accord withthe day, the
which took place in the forenoon, nation's birthday occurring this
beginning about nine o'clock. year on Sunday. The horn was
Following is a list of the prize- faced to the north and during the
winners of the various events: entertainment a breeze sprang up
Sack race-Stanley Pettephur, from that quarter, but did not
first prize, Harold Bond second. freshen enough to seriously interfere
Potato race-Cecil Myers, first with the music.
prize, Harold Bond second. The audience was distributed
Egg race-Fred Pellett. along Beach street and on the docks,
Shoe race-Stanley Pettepher, South bridge, city hall platform and
first prize, Harold Bond second. elsewhere and many people were
Cracker eating contest-Charlie' also seated in autombiles, carriages
Lastinger, first prize, Tom Zuber, and boats. The applause, wh~h
second. at times included the tooting of
Bread eating contest-Earl Bur- automobile horns, could be heard
dick, first prize, Stanley Pettepher, from far on the outskirts of this
second. large half circle.
Greased pole contest-Stanley
Pettephur. I Want Land In Volusia County.
Tub race-Stanley Pettepher, first n.tlia.d:.In ., s, ..Co ut- ,.-


prize, Pete Erickson, second. u u u l you ave
Smimmizng Er -Eiest, ulgsam, and your lowest price to L.G Fix-
Smimmiug race-Ernest Fulgham, en, 1047 Carmen ave., Chicago. 2t
first prize, Stanley Pettepher second. 104 armen ae 2t
Three legged race-Earl Burdick,
first prize, Stanley Pettepher, second.
The occasion was enlivened by K INUG OUN
the Daytona Cornet Band whose
members had volunteered to donate W. H. Sealey, the popular racket
their services for the morning and store man of Alachus, with his wife
at the suggestion of C. E. Gardiner, and little girl, was a pleasant caller
they were tendered the use of the recently at the home of his ancle, G.
cupola of the club house, which W. Rich. They are guests of the
formed a very comfortable band Surf Crest, Daytona Beach.
stand. J. M. Chaffer and family have re-
Many of Daytona's citizens spent turned from the life saving station
the day on the beach, while others on the beach at Oak Hill, where Mr.
made excursions to cities and towns Chaffer was in charge during the
where more active celebrations were month's vacation taken by the
indulged in. The ball game in the keeper, E. S. Coutant Mr. Coutant
afternoon attracted quite a number. brought them up in a launch Friday
of last week and returned Monday.
SATTIPTE A UT G. W. Carter and family have re-
turned home from a visit at their
AI sAWE lTY WIOA old home at Carterville.
Miss Winnifred Kingston left
t at at Wednesday morning for a long visit
Sheriff Smith at Once Notified with her cousin, Mrs. Gussie Mar-
shall, at Birmingham, Ala. She
and Captured and Placed the was accompanied by Miss Carrie
Negro Under Arrest. Chaffer, who isenroute to Paragould,
DeLand July 7.-Tom Jones, a1 Kansas, for the summer.
mullato, attempted a criminal as- Mrs. J. M. Marshall, nee Bessie
sault on a section foreman's wife at Carter, with her husband, is visiting
S an a her parents at this place.
Orange City Junction early yester- her p at thi a
morning and was caught a few Dan Knight and bride, nee Susie
hours later by some quick work by English, who have bn on a honey
Sheriff Ed L. Smith. moon trip to Georgia, have returned
The negro entered the section and are greeting relatives and
foreman's house during his absence friends in this neck of the woods.
and after striking and taking hold Two of our Kingston boys made
of his wife was fought off by her. a cross country trip to DeLand to
She managed to secure a revolver celebrate, riding their wheels.
and tried to shoot him, but her aim Mrs. Lota Fagan, niece of G. W.
was poor. He went to his brother- Rch, and Mrs. Fagan, her mother-
in-law's house and sent him after in-law, who are occupying a cottage
his wife, who was out gathering on the beach, were guests of Mrs.
huckleberries, to get some money Rich and daughters last Tuesday.
she had, so he could get away. Bobbie Ruth is the latest arrival
Sheriff Smith, upon arriving at at the Ferndale. He is on a month's
Orange City. located the brother-in- vacation from his work as grocery
law, who was in the scrub, and salesman at Tampa.
made him tell where Jones was. L. G. Lyman is vacating the store
Upon returning to the brother-in- building, corner Ridgewood avenue
law's house, the sheriff saw Jones and Main street, to make room for
leaving it through the back door. the new owner, who is expected to
After a short, hard chase, Smith got take possession about the 15th.
his man and put the cuffs on him. Monte Smiley went to DeLand,
Jones was given a preliminary Tuesday, for a week's visit.
hearing by Judge McCrory this af- Put His Knowledg.
ternoon and bound over to the high- Having decreed that a woman must
er court. Threats of lynching have be polite to her husband, a learned
been heard and Sheriff Smith is judge immediately was accosted by
keeping a heavy guard over the jail. one of the sex.
"Your de-ision might fit some cases,"
she admitted, "but when the husband
Genius Rewarded. has forgotten to mail her letters,
A schoolmaster not famous for his speaks unseemly of her mother and
personal beauty swooped down on the without warning brings a friend home
inattentive boy and found him draw- to dinner"-
lung caricatures. He picked up one The Judge, being a learned judge In-
and asked the boy in a voice of thun- eed, had ad the presence of mind to
der, "Is this meant for me?" adjourn court while the questions were
"Please, sir," said the victim, in a being formulated.
state of terror-"please, sir, I did not bMadam," he rejoined meekly, "I am
mean to make it so like."
mean to make it so like. mow but a humble cltlizen and not en-
The master destroyed the picture ttled to an oplon.-Phlladelpha
and let the matter drop. London er.to an opon."-Phadelpha
Globe. Ledger.
The people or Iceland are all poor,
Thought It Was a Prepoal. but there are no paupers, no depend-
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Complete Gas Plants Istalled.

Plumbing and Heating Supplies.

Brass and (alv. Pipe and Fittings


Fairbanks & Morse Engines & Pumps.

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Ireland Pipe Wrenctes.


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

G. A. KLOCK
Physician and Surgeon
Special attention given to Diseases of
the Eye and hitting of OlasM. OIe
over Globe clothing store. Olee' hours
Stos a.m. to 300 p. m., 7 to 8.:0 p. m.
DAYTONA, FLA.
M. JOSIE ROGERS, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician
No. 453 North Beach Street.
Office Hours, 12:30 to 2-30 and 6400
to 7:30.
Telephone No. 122.

ROY HOWE M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office and residence: 123 So. Ridge-
wood Avenue, opp Ridgewood Ho-
tel. Phone 175. Office hours: 9 to
11 a. m., 2 to 4 and 6:30 to 8 p. m.

S. H. GOVE
Architect Builder and
Contractor
Residence and office, northeast cor-
ner Ridgewood and Volusia ave.
Phone 89. Daytona, Fla.


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Fitzgerald & Oates
Attorneys at Law
Special Attention to Eramainie and
Perfectiak Land Titles
Conrad Block, DAYTONA, FLA.
Carr D. Lanadt Bert Fish
LANDIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
Prati in all State rad Federal
SCiil or Crimlial business giv-
en earefl attention. Special fcUities
ror investtMr and pereeUtg tlea.

TITLES INSURED
Volusia County Abstract, Investment
and Title Inmnnee Company.
Abstracts finished and titles perfect-
ed. Ma Plats and Blue Printa sup-
pled Bert n Pres; Carey D.LundIs,
Bee' and Treas. Opposite Volula Co.
Ban. IDeLand, Fla.

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


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Daytona Offiee Established 1875

Daytona Private Hos-
pital and Sanitarium
Every facility for the proper treatment
and car of medil and srgical cases.
Eleetrical appiances, trained nurses,
quiet surrounding. Special attention
given to all parents. Terms on appli-
cation. No. 4 a.Beach St. Daytona.
Dr.O. A. KLOCK
Phyasician inCharge.


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T-- he Acrehat Artist I A Coaelli lWands Lawnd. (F
SM ra I to the visible expression of The Caroline llands group tlncude. Notc
ih Mo ~ uMaIgtb. grace and vitality that the I bedMee coral Islaad, five maontalnowa
artit of the ercsin holds himself at, Islands of basaltle formation, beautiful Ino
eVP W nde MlP e with the uauier and sculptr. but and fertile with rivers and springs. r
T vheM U n uu so I artg like that fhe actor, a ;ecvs- imo:g the many queer legends of AL
r l fy alive and Impermanatent Le-t the theme children of the Pacific there is an
Aytma'sbaeleOcaaBeeach. painter set on canvas his fixed pre n,,, more highly Improbable than tent t
One of Daytona crowning glories is m ent of hi!n toibor or Itlnt a.t. inl their, theory as to the origin of these rtime
her incomparable beach. No one who I the trainer. I, n1 danger, ta s l-. iuu Im slandts and their inhabitants. They lary
uermmoompurrk beac. ,,o I widpand tnlin= ml,.k will make think they thenmselve wore very
ever set foot upon its smooth, packed the living annals exhibit endless thn the themselves we
sands; no one who ever pedaled abi- gpeaa of subtle line and lovely color. in it The ate goes hat a wo
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever When he puts his head in the lion's n it. The story goes that a, woman
drove a prancing pair of horses and list- mouth, believe me. he condors It I her chil m pwere lotinaroud Notic
ton the reef when a man appeared from Un
ended to the popping of their steel shoes inhis better than a omnress.on to the west with a basket of soil on his
the groundlings. a mere vulgar, ee-
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one e potboiler. When he compels shoulders. He had started out to make OT
who ever steered a high-power automo h gret tawny thing to repeat the an Island with a mountain on it. One ^ da
bile down the broad stretch of wave- grace of a natural movement, the of the children cried out to him, "Give fled
washed and surf-packed sand but real- trading of wild animals being always s a little oil to make a place for or ade
ized that it is a world-beater, a world- along the line of what they do nat- mother to rest, for she Is very weak brac
wonder. Go stand upon this wide ralny, and leap in a long, gracous and annot swis" He took out a
speedway and ee the happy souls flit curve across the arena to an unstable handful of the earth and threw it The s.
the isi
by y mood, and answer whether n on a rolling sphere. he feels down. making an Island. As the man of R
ot on o s n modn that he is doing something worthy of was going on his way over the water he red
this is not one of the eve modelfand his animals. Or. again. the son slyly made a hole in the bha- i'ue''
wonders. let the sculptor depict a flying Mer-: ket, so as he proceeded on his way he i wit
The Phidd. P dIlaclM tM River. cry; Mercury must at least have a left a trail of land behind. Suddenly Lt al
Where think you is water with more point of arrival or departure. But for he became conscious that the basket ti:erlt
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a one brief moment the young woman seemed light. and. looking around. he
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta. of the circus. swinging thron:h space saw the land. In his anger he turned -
tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve- fom one trapeze to another. is the about and trod upon It, and thus the
rand long out upon her bosom, of the flying Merury To at islands were formed. I u
gamey food fies in countless numbers tan this moment of self xpresslon
gamey c food fishes in cor tlew n embers ahe has given as long an:d arduous an An Apt Answer.
bekoning, as it were, to those with rod apprentl-eshlp :-s the artist who works The dangers associated with the fish-
and reel; her bosom fleckedwith duck in clay, bronze or marble.-Ralph Ber. nug industry on the Newfoundndld *.W
and coot and snowy-winged seabirds, gengren in Atl;;ntlc. banks are m and grave. Foremost You
which sit about as if for the sport of among them is that the dories may be 8tt1
bobbing upon her waves; watch that Wild Dogs In Africa. upset while fishing, which involves .5thda
lubberly old white headed pelican po'*h The wild do.-s In Africa are more almost inevitable loss of their occu- ,t:
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk etr.g- feared by the natives than any other pants. Callous captains, secure them- shaU
gling upward with his floundering load beasts, for, while they are not to be selves from the necessity of going. fre- n1
e snatched from the water dignified by the term of game. they quently order their men out when the 6th d
ee the beautiful inches, pick and run to packs and seem to know that weather does not warrant it. and dis
ee their beautl launches,d spickr ing the native Is afraid of them. Native astrous are the results. One of these
span, their per a lker ruling burde bearers will often take their brutal skippers was aptly answered lrrzl
with refreshments both solid an I liquid, chances In passing around a buffalo once by a bank man of whose courage
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful herd and will hardly notice a lion. but or caimacty there was no question.
surface. Take out your field glass and when they hear the howl of the wild "Out with you!" shouted the cap-
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to dogs they drop whatever they may be tahn. "Hrry up there! It's a fishing tn
Pence Park light house, then say balancing on their heads and take to day!" llU
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of the trees. There they are frequently "Oh, no, skipper!" replied the dory
beauty and a joy forever, and one of held captive until their cries summon man. "It's too stormy today for ai
the modern wonders, assistance. Crossing the trail of large boat to fish."
the modame these dogs often interfere with "Nonsense, man!" rejoined the skip eigLhtl
The Bchatlly PImtre Rd"ew d. the pursuit. At a distance the hunter per. "If my old grandmother was here i electo
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of is likely to mistake them for leopards today she'd get her'dory out." idFor
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies, or some of the smaller game. Intense "Then, skipper." said the man, "if opera
and the wide-spreading branches of the disgust follows the wounding of a wild her grandson will come out with me in the
heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their dog. for then. according to the ethics now 'll haul my trawl."
giant arms across this magnificent vista, of the chase, the true sportsman must It is needless to say no dories were AN F
forming an arch, and from these extend- pursue and kill the beast These dogs launched from that schooner on that ,
formg a are not degener:ates, but are natural date.-Philadelphia Ledger.
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss mongrels. Thev have low bodies cov- re
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas red witb hair of coach dog growth. Barri and Kipling. n
fan them. Looking straight aheaddown bushy tails and powerful paws.-Mc- Mr. Barrie was one day at Waterloo thi
this white shell street one has the im- Clure's Magazine. station in a hurry to catch a train. He
pression of a fairy path with elfiph dra- was hastening from the bookstall lB: 1
peries, but as you move along and cast Suburban Suburbs. laden with papers, "a good many six-
an eye first to the right and then to the A sat dweller. having selected what petny ones among them." he dolefully f the
left you see ditinguinlled cottage homes hb thought was a pretty good thing relates, when, in rushing around a buy the
in the most delightful settings. In one of the suburban towns as a corner, he fell into the arms (if iud fulhe-il
place of residence. took his wife out yard Kipling, equally in a tearing Florid
rpass Baty tOr Ctte I to look at It. The rent was delight- hurry. They turned on each other tahl,
No one of Daytonas attractions, per- ful, ut the house was on the very with scowling faces, then smiled in street
recognition and asked each otheristreet
hap. commands more nearly universal rim of the,town. The wife disap- recognition and asked each other co
attention and praise than does the artis- proved. lier hw went hen Kipoug. I tire",
"What's the matter -with Itr'?" he claiming, "Lucky beggar, you've got thiesv
So e e o er hech asked testilfor he had ad a hard Ialirs!" seized the bundle from Bar- ithe'
ing villas hail from every corner of the time finding It re, flung him r e money and made nce -
country and they bring their own arehi- Well," she replied with feminine off. "But you did not stoop to pick purpo
textural plans and build upon them,and firmness, "I am willing for your sake up his dirty halfpence, did you?" que or wit
as the architecture of one section of the to live in a suburb of the city. but I ruled one of Mr. Barrie's hearers amus succe.,
country differs from the architecture of positively will not live In the suburb edly. "Didn't I, thoughb' returned the
another so do our homes differ in out- of a suburb. It's asking too much. Bare, and added ruefully. "But he vat
ripped truet uty George. and-d"-- hadn't flung me halt enough."-St. alleys
ward appearance and structural beauty GeIE and-and"- J .e nog
Bhe didhln't cry. but George prevented James! Gazette. ueuch
from one another. There are nomonoto- t only by superhuman efforts.-New tt te e
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings Whatork Press. the Dukt oth
York Press. Ibuilti
but the eye, as it sweep by, is treated His grace the Duke of Argyll was poe.,
to addressing a select company In a Lou- to be
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps Had Sure Chance. d wng room on the parent a te for
the mind wondering "What next?" A patient with a malignant disease thin n south rithe lt
stres and Pavmea thLe sad mBest. of the throat consulted a London spe- wari to the time." he si. "when the l
Why the Architect of the Universe cialist. The surgeon recommended the l n w marry the oer girl -t
chose to give to Dyton the most ad- removal of te larnx. The tien and have an English wife as well!"
mirable, the mot picturesque natural press a e operation Respectable dowagers looked their tree. I
emost picturesque was dangerous. st r -t
setting of all the cities of the South is "Oh. no!" sid the surgeon. "You surprise, and the men began to smile. .xtepi
not revealed but that such is a fact are sure to recover." Then the duke carefully explained oun.
must be apparent to the most superficial "But." said the patient, "I under- that he meant of course, that the Boer st.
observer. With sch lavish wealth of stood that the operation was serious girl should become an Englishwoman grantE
natural beauty it became an easy thing Indeed." to al untet and pun.-Renod' rct
for the hand of man to give the little "Well," said the surgeon. "my rea- ewstpr. rer-t
finishing touches which have broug son for saying that you are sure to re- j cnble
inishg touches which have htcover is this: The mortality is nine-
out the colors and outlines of the big teen out of twenty, and I've had nine- e ot cato th
picture. teen deaths already." e /cty o
Man did all.this in the laying out of F t Sta rromen 1
the streets with their wide margins of Another Way to Escape. tioued
package, the entire eity becomes a "Papa." of the happy homes of to-day is a vast 'year f
great park "What Is it. Theobald?" fund of information as to the best methods which


And as for pavements, pavements "May I ask you a question of promoting health and happiness and gran
that look and act like granite,-where "Certainly you may. my child. It is right living and knowledge of the world' that t
only by asking questions that we can ephont
else between the eastern and western improve our minds and prepare our- bet products.riv
Improve our minds stud prepare our- b~jt P uc for Bu:
seas are so many miles in proportion to selves for our work in the world. 1 Products of actual excellence and Iars: f
inhabitants? Till some unheard-of am glad to note a spirit of Inquiry in reasonable claims truthfully presented hiallI
place reports more and better, Daytona you, and I hope you may never arrive and which have attained to world-wide "ay h
throws down the gauntlet to the world. at the place where you think you know acceptance through te a l of the iO ne
squirrds, rwers. idsa .nFroka. It all and cease to solicit information acceptance through the approval of the e ,ctl
Whatever one's shortcomings and from others. What is your question, Well-Informed of the World; not of indi- rt-r
toll A.
however indifferent or evel callous one my sonI" viduals only, but of the many who have I..-.-ph
may be to many things, the mere men- "1 forget, papa."-Newark News. the happy faculty of selecting and obtain- of the
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds and ing the best the world affords. m
An Odd Slip. upon i
fruits" will send a thrill that is reflected hns e One of the products of that css, of ofthe
Dr. Johnson once met the villages ksca l
in distended pupils and pricked ears. postman trudging along the dusty road known component part, an Ethical pubic
,0 a tthirty
For every visitor with a spare "goo- on a hot summer afternoon. The post. remedy, approved by physicians and com- the
ber" there is a bunny ready to come out man observed that he had still a mile mended by the Well-informed of the i rocla
the 101
and accept your gift. He will sit bolt to walk just to deliver one newspaper. Worldasavaluable and wholesome family .leu tit
upright and gnaw into the meat. casting "My goodness," exclaimed the sym- laxative is the well-known Syrup of Figs to xp
furtive,saucy glances at you meanwhile. pathetic doctor, "I'd never go all that and Elixir of enna. To et it beneficial Lah
Flowers! Uauallv fesb~n d b u^ distance for such a trifle! Why don't and iof S enoa. To get iM benefcial Law.
wer usually fresh and blnced itWhy do 't effects always buy the genuine, nianu- ofrt
Flowers su aybmi you send it by post?" o d
the year 'round. Inone yard roses of factored by the California Fig Syrup Co., 1s 1
variegated hues predominate, another The Loafer. only, and for sale by all leading druggists. p
has a penchant for the poinsettia and "Does the new office boy loaf or P
the premises are aflame; another is hid- make mischief?"
den in a jungle of tall cane. "Loafs." Attest
The birds flit in,and with their joyous "Discharge him. We can direct a OCEAN VILLA
notes help to give fullness and symme- mischievous lad's efforts into some Mrs. W. W. Alcott. Manager.
try to the picture. useful channel, but we can't do any-
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, Day- thing with a loafer."-Buffalo Express. Open from May to October.
Fronting the Atlantic Ocean. N ( "
tona yields the palm to none for quality Bobby' Query. large pleasant rooms. Modern at the
and quantity per acre. There are scores "Father," asked little Bobby, "had conveniences ates reasonable. day of
of citrus groves in proximity to the city, Solomon 700 wives' Spe'a o families. as Ins
branches bending to the earth with their "I believe so, my boy," said the ; D tona Beach. loridai aiedt
burdens of luscious golden globes, father. elector
"Well, father, was he the man who OlUlm O Ue--e--..on......le
The Fs Astes Ad The Fiest Out. laid, 'Give me liberty ore me lb mee I" July,
Here is there world's records for speed death? "-Royal Magazine. Legal Notces *
are broken with every recurring season. 2-


first pub. June 19; last pub. Aug. 7)

e to Debtors and Creditrs.
unty Court Utte o
a onty Estate of
lorida ) Henrietta Heyman -
persons having claims or denuands
plinst the Estate of Henrietta Hey-
, deesed, nre hereby nottned to pre-
hem to the undersigned within the
lIlowed by law or they will be forever
I f4. HEYMANN. Executor
tona, Florida, June 2t, Ill1.

First pub. June .5; last pub. July 24)

e of Application for Tax Deed
der Section 8, Chapter 4888
Laws of Fleila.
ICE is hereby given that Laura B.
miller purchaser of Tax Certificate No.
ted t he 4thday of June, A. it, M. .b has
uid certiltlatr in my office. and hfas
application for tax deed to issue in
dance with law. Maid certllncate e'm-
s the following described property
ed In Volusia County, Florida, to-wit:
sub of W 1-2 of Lot a. BIk 71. Daytona.
aid L.nd lwing assesedl at the date of
sunene of such certificate in the name
Is Miller. Unless said certificate shall
t. eunau according to law. tax deed will
tl ereonon thy i2th day of July, A. D.,
ni.-s.s mny official signature and seal thi-
th lday ofJuurn. A. It.. _1.
I HAM'L D. JORDAN.
i circuit Court, Volutsi 4(ounty, Florida
SBy K. P. HAMLI.. l). 4.

NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT.
IRCt IT Coc'aT--Meventh Judicial Clr-
of Florida. in and for Volusia Coupty.
IN CHANCKRY.
.IAN K (BRanKY

J.W. Oberry.
are hereby required to appear to the
f Complaint tiled herein against you
Satbove entitled cause on or before the
y qfJuly, A. 1). lf. #
ytoduh OGautte-News" is hereby deslg-
IK the newspaper in which this order
be published once a week for eight
eutive weeks.
ness my hand and seal of omice this
ay of April, A. D., 190.
SAM'L D.JoJDUAN. Olerk.
By K. H. HAMLIN,
Deputy ('lerk.
I;RAl.D t& OAT"S_,
solicitors for Complainant.

tirst put,. Ju ly I3; last pub. July 31

CE OF SPECA ELECTION

IKREAM, The City Council of the City
of Daytona, Florida. on the twenty-
A day of June, A. Ib., 1it, subject to the
catiou by the municipal franchise
rite*-, granted the petition of The Ieast
ah Telephone Comupany. Its successors
assigns, for a franchise to construct,
IC and lnaintain ai trei-phorne system
eC ity of lhaytoun. The- tl-rlns of said
hlise are as follows:
,HtRINANCE, To require The East
urida Telephone Ctompany to quake
rtalu improvements in the telephone"
stemn ln IDaytona, Volusia County,
urida. whereby the hotels, stores and
ide-uces of Ihaytona may without de-
. Ibe- assured of improved telephone
rvic-. and to grlnt to said company
e right to construct, operate and
maintain such telephone system In
sytona. Volusia County, Florida.
r ORDAINEDD BY THI'lTY tl!TN-
,I L t*F DAYT'TONA. FLORIDA:
ion I. That for and in consideration
premises. the bneollts to be derived
- people of imaytona, Florida, and the
mre-nt of the obligations and conditions
after named on the part of the East
la Telephone Company, said coanpany
without unnecssutry delay. improve
wIres and pol, s of its line on Beac-h
t ly replacing the pr-se-nt line on said
with a castle from Live a k street to
d Avenue. and ail other streets wh-.re
rxteedi twenty pairs in said city; to
nd stid company. its successors and
is. is hereby grunted at frinclhils for
instruction, operatio ln and mainteii-
f a telephone syste-mn in the City of
masu. Voelusia County. Florida. for the
sm- of supplying the inhaltltants there-
h telephonic coaltin aluniiatjon tweuty-
ours cath day; the snid grant-ee, Its
*sors and assigns, are h *rely granted
rth-r r right to er et such poles.,
and appliances, and to make such ex-
ioas nsoneg the public streets. avenues.
and public places of such city us may
*cs.-sary for the purpose of supplying
mueains of telephonic communication
sidr-nces. Ituislle.ss houses, hotels and
public places, or Imulldings. in or to be
or erected within the said city. Bucb
wires, appliances, excavations, etc.,
sutlject to the approval of (Council.
ion 2. The term of this frautch.is shall
an period of Twenty 21) years, from
It- of ratilncation hereof y the quaili-
ectors of the 'ity of Daytotut.
ion .1. In the erection of all hneces-
poles, wirc.s or appliances, the sakl
.e. Its sueessors aucc r d assigls shall not
lhe right to cut down or lop off auy
Iitlnh. branch or other obstacles In any.
,ttve-uue. ill-y or other public place,
t whi'nt give'ln consent by the ('ity
-II by re-solution ndopted iu regular or
.1 session.
ion 4. It is further agroted by the
e- here-in, its suc-essors aind assigns,
II ine-essary exp sew iditental to te
otn calletl its provided I.-hrein smlml Ie
by s.tid grintee.
ion 5. That the work of chan-giang to
as herein provided shall I,. complete dL
SgranlteH', Its su-ce--s.,rs anid assigus.
l one year from thL.- dute of the ramtil-
I hereof by tile quulinflni electors of tihe
f aieytouan.
Iomn K. Tlhat from Intdl ;feter two year.
he date- of nrtiflct-utloin uIs herein Uieli-
I. said grllntee grs to to pay to t
ity of laiytoaiu the suml of )lne (tl) per
or each telephone In use during the
tf this franchise, iln lieu of license fee
imuey be imposed by said city.
ion 1. That it i furtherragreedl by the


ie herein, its successors and assigns,
he inaxniuan price for party wire- tel-
e per yeur shall be us follows: For
1e Rolsidences, Tw-enty t1), dollars;
Isii's.s Houses. Twenty-flve i$5p) dol-
or Hot els. Thirty ilst dolhlrs.
Ion 8. It is further agreed that there
e.f pla-ced lit such places ins (ouuncil
ereafter designate. not to exceed five-
s for the. usaof city officers at a price-
(il S0L dollars per year.
ion 9. Thatat the- expiration of the
of this frunchise- lihe s id ity of Day-
haull have tithe right to purchase said
ione. svyt s.e as provided lsy the I Lawsm
State of Florida.
ion it. That this franchise shall Ie-
.ff-ctive aud of full force-- iunmediatelv
ts ratification byv the qualified ,electors
City of Iaytonu.
ion II. The Mayor shall cause the
action of this Ordtluinace for a period of
(.JI days in any n.-wsplMipr published
City of iDaytolum, taiul shall issue- his
nmuatiot -atlling a special electione oi
b day of August. A. II.. lIlu. at which
mn the qualit-d e-lector. of the suid
f lnytoiiu i shall have l ai opportuity
press their approval or dtisaupproval of
rdliauace or ftrnchise. :a, provil. dc Iy
Lon 12. That all oraiunuuet s or parts
ian tuc-. it conflict her.ewitlh re he-re-
eale-l.
'usseld llrst read nl i, April 2tah. Il,.
passedd second reading April -tlh. 1u,.
' vse-d third reading lunee 2th. lYai.
m. H. Govi:.,
-Pre.-idl.-ut of C oun il.
Mc'F.I.tRTKK.
City ('Clerk.
k.pproved:
K. W.- (GtKvk--N .
Mayor.
THiKEREItakF, I.y order Ot the said
ty councill uln c.-ctiotln will I- I h-ld
City Hull, on Tueslay. ti- t.-anth dlay
August. 1. I S.wwhereiu J.I .l.yu.-h
Jrsonu aud .l :tu-n M. lsora shall act
pe-ctors.t ind A. McF. Porter as clerk,
!hereat the ilattetr if sublliiss|Oiu will
t ratlceation or rejection liy uch
rate of such grant of tle.-phonte frau-
* under rny hand this se(-oned d:ay of
A. D., !.. I.
E. \W. G4RE.NE.


Attcert:


Mayor.


(Ftrmt pb. May l IL .

Admiaistrater's Notice.
All persons having any claim whatsoever
against the estate of UIL M Vning.. late
of Ormond, Volasia County, Florida, are
hereby notified to file their accounts with
the undersigned within six months from
date. or the ame will he barred according
to law. JAME@ P. VINING,
Administrator.
Dated-Ormond, Fla., May 15th, 1N0.

(First pub. June 5; last pub. July .)
Neticd of App lo # for Tax Deed
UietSsti 8a A Chapter 4888.
Laws of Mrida.
Notice is hereby -gven that J. R. Weth-
erell, purchaser of Tax Oertiicate No. 1,
dated the 3rd day of June, A. D., i09. has
filed said certificate nl my office, and has
made application for tax doed to issue
in accordance with law. Hald certificate
embraces the following described property
situated In Volusia County, Florida, to-wit:
North i of lot 4 Block IS eLand.
The sai land bein assessed at the date of
the Issannee of such certificate in the name
ofO. L. mlth. Jr. Unless id cereuticate
shall be redeemed according to law, tax
deed will isst thereon on the 12t day of
July, A. D., IMV.
Witness my oMefial signature and seal
thii the lth dayotf4Jue. A. D., IM1W.
IStAL) RA'L D. JORDAN,
Olerk Circuit Court Volusla County, Florida

(First pub. June La; last pub. July l0s
Notice of Applkiatlon for Tax Deed
Umler SectiS 8 do Chapter 4888,
Laws of Florida
Notice is hereby given that T. H. Cave, tr.
purchaser of Tax tertflcate No. t, dated
the .rd day of June A. D. 1i, ha filed said
certificate in my office, and hais madeappli-
cation for tax deed to hour l accordance
with law. said certkifiate efibrace the
following described property situated in
Valusia county. Florida, to-wit: W4 1-2 cbh
of 9i5-n of R 1-- of lot 2 Hokins Firtch
Grant 4 acres. The said land being assessed
at the date of the Issuance oftsucheertffi te
in the name of unknown. UnLestsail cer-
tificate shall ie redeemed according to law,
tax deed will issue thereon the 12 day of
July A. D)., liU5t.
Witness. uny omcial signature and seal
this the lith day of June. A. D. lIU.
IKBAL) KAN'L I). Joanox,
Clerk Circuit tourt Volusia County, Florida.

(First pub. June 12; last pub. July 1i)
Notice of AppMcatio for Tax Ded
Uiler Sectin 8 of C er 4888,
Laws of Fleri.
Notice Is hereby given that L. I. Cave
purchaser of Tax Certiicate No. .14, dated
the 3rd day June A. D., 1f1, has filed said
certiflkate In mny olrc, and has made
application for tax deed to issue in
accordance with law. Sauld certificate em-
braces the following described property
situated in Volusla county, Florida, to-wit:
as ft.of N. cbs of WI. o f lot 3t Hopkins
Fitch (rant i acre. The saId land being as-
sessed at the date of the isuaucc of such
certilleate in the name of unknown. Unless
s-id certificate shall be redeemed according
to law, tax deed will issue thereon on the 12
day of July A 1. 1., Iw.
Witness myomlcial signatureand seal bhis
the I1 day of June A. D..19M.
ItEAL) -SAM'L 1). JORDAN.
('lerk Oircuit Court Valusla,Coounty,Floridn.

tFirst pub. June t1. last pub. July lu)
Notice of Applicadtm for Tax Deed
Uader Sectim 8 of Chapter 4888,
Laws of Friida.
Notice is hereby given that I.. IE. Cave
purchaser of Tax Certitilate No. -1, dated
the -rtd day of June A. I)., I0L has filed said
certificate In my office, and has made appli-
cation for tax deed to issue in accordance
with law. Said certificate embraces the
following described property situated in
Valusia county, Florida, to-wit: 82 ('lh of
N S chs. of K 1-4 lot %a Hopkins Fitch Grant
I acre. The said land being assessed at the
date of the issuance of such certificate In the
name of unknown. Uulest said certificate
shall be redeemed ac-cording to law. tax
deed will issue thereon on the 12day of July
A. D., 11111. Witness may official signature
and seal this t.he 11 day of June of A 1).,
(KNAL) HAM'L D. JORDAN.
Olerk Circuit 'ourt, Valusia ounty.Florida.


NOTICE.
rflE 'CITY COUNCI l, has unstructir th.-
i ndersigned to coll-ct all astiea.ient.s
due the City of Laytolu for mowing. build-
Ing sidewalks, etc. Unless the same shall
he paid by August 1, lIma, suit will be unsti-
tuted to recover judgunl.nts.
4-It HENKY T. TITUH,
collector ou the 'ity of IDaytona.



LOW TIDES on the BEACH

Say i MAY JUNE JULY

... 1... ...10:45... ...11"22......11:31...
2... ....11 27... 12-03......12:18...
3... ...126.* IW *12:44. *... 103...
... .....12 ......12:40. 1 .:23.... 1.503..
*** 0... 4.. 1: ...... 1 VL* ... 150...
.. 5... ... 1:15...... 2.!05...... 2:39...
.. 6 ...... 1:48...... 2:50...... 3:29...
... 7... ... 2:23... 3:37... ... 4:22...
... 8...... 3:03...... 4:31...... 5:19...
... 9...... 3:47...... 5:32...... 6:20...
...10...... 4:38..... 6:38...... 7:25...
...11...... 5:40...... 7:47...... 8:;33...
...12.. .... 6:52...... 8:53..... 9:39...
...13...... 8.-t ... 957...... 10:40...
...14...... 9:12..... 10:57... ...11 :6...


...15... ...10:15.. ....11:002...... 11:47...
...16 ...... 11:13...... 11:52 ......12:22...
...17... .....12-05... ..12:40 ...... 1:11...
...18......12:55...... 1:29...... 1:56...
...19...... 1:43... ...-2:14...... 2:39...
...20..... 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...... 524...
...24 ..... 5:40..... 6:11... ... 6:09...
...25...... 6:33..... 7:02...... 7.03..
...26... ... 7:26... ... 7:57...... 8-00...
...27.... 8:18... ... 8:53 ..... 9 02..
...28.. ... 9:09...... 9:58.. ...10.01...
...29... ... 9:55... ...10:38......10:58...
...30... ...10:2.. ...11 ...11:19...
...31 ... ..... ... .. ...... 11:56...
Forenoon and 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.


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Are you going to spend the summer on the beach? Them why not
go to the Daytona Beach HoteL
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(IRAN(CH OF. VOLIUS A COUNTY BA NK)
Capital Stock........................................... $ 50,0C0
Surplus and Profits ........................ 55,165
Four per cent interest paid on Savings accounts and Time Cer-
tificates of Deposit. No notice required for withdrawals

Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.






FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY


LOCAL TIME CARD No. 79.


No. 85 No. 29 i No.78 No. 82
DAILY ; DAILY MAIN LINE DAILY ; DAILY
4 00 pm 9 30 am Lv .Iacksonvile ..'r 7 p mi 830 am
5 5 pmi 0 it) S m la v .t.ALAunstine iAr t painnm 7 05 na
6 27 pm 11 ".1 am Lv .East i'alatka. Lv 506 lpmo 6 08 am
8 01 pmi pI : Lv... Ormoi .... v 3 26 pm!! 428am
8 It lm I 14 pan ..v.. ton... .k .Lv :.11- pm 4 15 am
8 5a p 2 a pm mvrna I. 2 Lm: 3 am pm 3
10 49) pmo- .4 3 p Lv.. .Tili-ville..... .v 1 2i pm 2 f7 am
10 43 pm 4 19l pin .v...... ..... 1-2 46 pm: 1 am
10 47 w 1 23 m v...Rp r kleslg....L .12 42 p t 44 am
11 20 pin ... pm .v ...Eau Gallie.. .Lv 12 10 pm 1 12 am
1 30pm .07 in. ... -Melourna....Lv 12 ... pm 1-03am
1 28 ama 7 o' pm lv -.... Ft. Pier-e --... Lv 14) 25 a 11 2D pm
3 48 amn 9 17 inpm Lv..W. Palma lteae-h I.\ S U am .8 40 pma
6 30 am in11 30 pi .\r ...... Miami .... Lv 5 : am 600 pm"
7 00 am .........Ix" .... Miami ...... Ar .......... 5 30 pm
8 20 am .......... -.v.. lhtine-teadl... I.v .. .... 4 10 pm
10 44 am ..... .... .v .. Loun Key .... Lv ............... 1 46 am -
I1 30 am ....... Ar Knili!- Key Lv .......... i 00 am'i
*6 M Pin ......... ,rn K.eyv West. IA .......... 7 30 am I
+6 :;9 am. .......... Ar .... Havana.... -Lv ...........-3 '0 pm j


Efrect ve la 17. M-


Pullman Buffet Parlor ew
operated on traiu s 2 d 7is
tween Jacksonvll e ad MiamL


Pullman Buffet Sleepet be
twees Naw York and Ktgt
Key over A. C. L Line north of
Jacksonvile Is handed on ta ns
sand &.L


*Sundays. Tuesday- ad Tfhuitslayv.. arrival. at Key West.
tTuesdays, Thur-,lays and -a.rtlray.. leiparture> from Key West.
tMondays. W\edeiin ay- arnl Friday.. arrivals and departures at Havana.

PALATKA BRANCH


Leave East EAST PAL.ATKA TO Arrive Leave
Palatka 1i 'AATK.A Pial ka rPalatka


5 15 am
6 15 am
9 3 am
12 .0o pm
4 i)o ln
5 15 ilan
6 35 pin


......... So. 10.
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12 2., pm
4 :W0 pin
3. -> pam
s>i .'., pmn


5 40 am
8 0u am
11 25 am
2 a5 pm
I 'i pm
7 0U pm


SPALATKA TO EAST ArriveEasf
PALATKA Palatka

......-No. lo Daly.....-; 600 am
...........o. 10 Daily ....... 8 2 a
..-..No. 105 blly.... 11 45 am
-.No. 107 Dally 3 15 pm
..--No. 1419 Dely.-..... 4 55 pm
-.-- .No. lit Dail-...... 6 1pm
........ 113 Daily ..... pm


SAN MATEO BRANCH


Leaveat. &,LEAST PALA'KA .1) I'0 t :-afl I.ea% e an SAS MATEO TO E AT IArriveEast
P~alatka -:A.\ NJA*IF4) Ma&teo Mateo PALATKA Palatka

8 1 a0m n......Noa. 110101V.... a.. -.4 I ) al O am f.0o. m101 Daily......... 9IUam
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No. S No :,;N.).No. .I o. 50! No. ,V21 Na. 54: No. % Sta. 5
Dailv JO SHMAYPORT BRANCH
'ally Da'lyI j Daily Daily Jldall
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7 5, PM 5 )!2 PS 2 47 -V 11) 4-; AM 32 AN -~,;,, "Lr...L. 5 i3 An 7 55 12 13 PS 5 14 Pb 8 43 PN
8i 1IsP ;,,e .M, l 11 AN ti Ii '-'A......... 5r40.... 4 7 45 A4,12u00 M 5095 W PM81a p8

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4 15 pml II 3 am Ii. ..lske !fe.....I.v. 1 01 1.m 41i Ia pm 9: j am nAr...Sanford... Lv.;lu OU am
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1&Thkee TWIE TABLES sb'hw the time.. at uir h train& may he cepectedSo arrive at an depart gem The
several stations; hut trhir arrival or drp~rturr att hr tion" stated isa guaranteed MW iOs as Cu-ampOlt
t be held responsible for any de-lay cr any coirqueance aribIng therefrom.
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