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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 17, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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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-


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21, No. 8


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Daytona, Florida, July 17, 1909.-


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'SPECIAL TOWVEL SALE
SOwing to the late arrival of a shipment of one hundred dozen Towels
hich we should have received early in the spring, but arrived after our
goon is over, we will hold a SPECIAL TOWEL SALE in order to close
it the entire let. These towels are first-class in every respect and are well
iwth 12j cents, but we must get rid of them and will close out the entire
10 dozen at 3 for 25 cents or 95e a dozen. Do not fail to get what towels
Iu need at this ridiculously low price. See the window display.

iHE PECK HENDRICKS COMPANY.
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handsome


Pictures.


i Any customer purchasing $2.oo worth of Gro-
ries for cash. I will sell a handsome framed pict-
re, your own selection out of one hundred and fifty
objects, size 23x27, for only 59 cents.
SA CHANCE 'OF A LIFETIME
desorate your homes. You don't have to buy
worth at one time. Ask for coupons.
pictures on display in my window. Worth in
yay way $1.5o to $2.oo each. Call and see them


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W. CARROLL,


SNorth Beach Street Grocer. 'PHONE 19


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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 repair re-
eeive 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.


Daytona Electric Co.


232 South Beach Street.


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House Wiring a Specialty.
Poler in Electrical Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shades,
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R. J. MALBY, Manager.


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WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING
ig a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Roof, a Hot Air Furnace,
Sof the other metal necessities required to complete a modern
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prepared to give prompt and reliable service at fair prices.
ral repair shop on Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory.
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It Would Mean Much to Volusia Are Announced.-The Alcazar of
and Would Bring Thousands St. Augustine Will be Under
SInto the County. New Management.
Volusia county owes not a dollar In the dead of summer it is pleas-
on bonded .indebtedness, and there ant to look forward to the gay and
are few counties in the State that busy winter season, which is re-
are more prosperous. fleeted in the circular just issued by
Volusia county would still be the Florida East Coast Hotel Corn-
more prosperous if a system of hard- pany. Two important changes at
surfaced roads were to be built the Alcazar, St. Augustine, are
throughout the county. It would announced, the first being the
be the means of bringing settlers change of managers, John Andei-
and thus greatly increasing the.son, retiring and to be succeeded
taxable value of the county. It by W. McAuliffe; the second being
would be an incentive for more the change back to the American
tourists to make the county their plan. The Alcazar will be the first
winter headquarters; it would be of the great hotels to open, but the
the means of adding hundreds of Long Key Fishing Camp will open
automobiles to the already large ten days earlier than the Alcazar.
number owned in the county-in ,The following announcement has
fact it would be the greatest ten- been made by the hotel company:
strike the county could make and a The Florida East Coast Hotel
step that would never be regretted Company announces the following
by citizens and sojourners alike.'dates as the period of operation of
Suppose bonds should be issued the hotels of the system during the
for say $150,000 to $200,000 and season of 1909-10, and we respect-
the entire proceeds devoted toi fully request that this information
building hard roads. And in build- be given publicity in time card
ing such roads to not neglect any folders and other advertising
part of the county but build roads matter containing winter resort in-
that will enable travelers to get to formation.
every town and hamlet in the! The hotels of the Florida East
county. Coast Hotel Company are all op-
In addition to helping this county rated on the American plan, but in
it would mean that eventually ad- addition each one has a first-class
joining counties would take the grillroom.
same step and in that way a com-i Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine,
plete system of hard roads would under the management of Robert
cover every section of Florida. Murray, opens Wednesday, January
Leon County will soon hold an 5, 1910, closes Tuesday, April 5,
election to determine on a bond 1910.
issue for $200,(00 to build roads Alcazar, St. Augustine (American
and several other counties through- plan only) under the management
out the State are following the same of W. McAuliffe, opens Saturday,
footsteps. December 11, 1900, closes Saturday,
The Gazette-News believes that if April 16, 1910.
a petition signed by representative' Ormond, Ormond-on-the-Halifax,
tax payers were to be presented to under the management of J. D.
the County Commissioners asking Price, opens Thursday, January 0,
that an election be called to deter- 1910, closes Monday. April 4, 1910.
mine on a bond issue, that the same; The Breakers, Palm Beach, under
would receive favorable considera- the management of Leland Sterry,
tion. If you are interested in this opens December 25, 1909, and
suggestion write the Gazette-News closes Saturday, April 2, 1910.
your ideas. Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach,
under the management of Fred
Sterry and H. E. Bemis, opens
SWednesday, January 12, 1910,
lIl IF N H 711RFD closes Tuesday, March 29, 1910.
BDILL L ,f M eHe LULK. Royal Palm, Miami, under the
St5Ia i management of Joseph P. Greaves,
Two Ordinances Were Considered opens Saturday, January 1, 1910,
Two Ordinances Were Considered I P ..
Closes Friday, April 1, 1910.
And Other Business Was The Colonial, Nassau, Bahama
Transacted. Islands, under the management of
After a lively discussion the bill H. E. Bemis and J. W. Green, opens
,f, M 7.,hr e tfl r S l. a..f4 woo Saturday, January 1, 1910, closes


ordered paid by the City Council Friday, April 1, 1910.
Monday evening. This bill has Royal Victoria, Nassau, Bahama
been hanging fire for several weeks Islands, under the management of
and the council to all intents and H. E. Bemis, dates to be announced
purposes rejected the bill on a later.
couple of occasions. It seems that The Continental, Atlantic Bech,
when a former sanitary committee under the management H. E.
hired Mr. Zuber to look after the Bemis, opens Monday, March 21,
provisions of the bucket ordinance 1910, closes during August, 1910.
he was to have for his services LonR Key Fishing Camp, Long
whatever he collected under the or- Key, under the management of L.
finance besides drawing a salary P. Shutt, opens Wednesday, Decem-
of $40 () per month as sanitary in- ber 1, 1909, closes Monday, April
spector. The bill of $153.40 was 18, 1910.
claimed as due from the city be-
cause tenants and property holders I Want Land In Volusia County. a
had failed to pay assessments. Be- d description of wt you have
Send description of what you have
sides this the city furnished over
wrth of b ets ad and your lowest price to L. G Fix-
$4()0.00 worth of buckets and has n ot
en, 1047 Carmen ave., Chicago. 2t
never received the cost of the same
by $297.50.
Other bills to the amount of Joseph Osborne came over from
$1,445.39-this included $101067 Palatka last Saturday night and re
for street lighting-were ordered mained at home until Thursday
paid. morning when he returned to Pa-
The monthly report of the City latka, accompanied by Mrs. Os-
Physician was received. borne, who intended to spend a day
An ordinance was passed on third or two with her sister, Mrs. Chas.
reading authorizing the sale of 'Kupperbush.
$35,000 school bonds.
An ordinance regulating the


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Chicago Capitaists Are Said to
Be Interested.-WI Put On
Ten Hour Schedule.
The Miami Metropolis has the
following in a recent issue: "From
a very reliable source comes the in-
formation that a number of Chicago
capitalists will begin negotiations
this summer for the construction of
an electric railway line between
Jacksonville and Miami, along the
East Coast of Florida, touching at
the principal points through the
entire route.
"The railway will be operated by
a corporation to be known as the
Jacksonville and Miami Electric
Railway Company, and will be cap-
italized in the sum of $3,000,000.
The promoters have already sub-
mitted their proposition to engineers
in Chicago, and the proposed out-
line of the route and the articles tf
incorporation, will soon be forth-
coming.
"This proposed company is the
outcome of the necessity for better
transportation facilities on the East
Coast. Several prominent growers
and business men of the East Coast
whose businesses have been affected
to a great extent by lack of trans-
portation facilities in the cropping
season, and at other times, are
largely instrumental in bringing
about the building of an electric
line over the Florida East Coast.
"This company will touch at all
fruit and vegetable growing points,
and it is said, will make the run be-
tween Jacksonville and Miami in-
side of ten hours, allowing a reason-
able stop at all stations for passen-
gers and freight. Freight will be
hauled on passenger train schedules,
thereby putting Florida produce in
northern markets as quickly as pas-
sengers can be carried.
"A prominent attorney of Chicago
will visit this section during the
next month or six weeks, and will
consult with Boards of Trade, and
other organizations for the advance-
ment of townships and cities, with
the end in view of procuring keal
investors and rights of way.
"The proposition has met with
hearty support throughout the East
Coast, and many of the growers
have expressed their willingness to
grant rights of way, and subscribe
to as much of the stock as they can
carry.

CITY PUR SS SE AN


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several Firms Represented Before 4
the City Council Monday
and Tuesday.
At the meeting of City Council
olonday evening representatives of a
number of fire equipment companies
appeared. The matter of purchas-
ng equipment was laid over until
Tuesday morning, however, when
contracts were entered into for a
hook and ladder truck at a cost of
623.5'0), and 1,500 feet of hose and
accessories at a cost of $1,125 00.

Bartow Autoists Form Club.
Bartow has an automobile club
to attest one of its most recent
strokes of enterprise. This little
city of culture and thrift affords
residence to owners of forty joy
wagons and all are as enthusiastic
as are owners of automobiles m
Tampa or any other city twenty
times as large as Bartow.
With the Tampa and the Daytona
clubs, the Bartow organization
will form a state association and will


Orange Avenue, Daytona F, .
ELECTRIC LIGHTS, ELECTRIC BELL
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CORPAl EISCEIRY9.


Beginning with May 1st
we will close our store

at 8 p. m. Saturday

and on Thursday's at

12 o'clock noon.

Respectfully,

The Conrad -Grocery Company
E. T. Conrad & Co'a. old stand.



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breeze, Daytona Beach, Or-

mond or Port Orange. Qual-

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




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THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS
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Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florda, as Second Class Matter.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
One opy one year ..... $1.50
One copy stix mat ......... .75
One copy three months .............40

SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1909


INSTHESSS ETES ATO

f IaTl EAS SEICLM


Resignation of Mrs. H. A. Carter,.
Postmistre at Holly Hil,
After Loan Term.
The resignation of Mrs. H. A.
Carter as postmaster at Holly Hill
and the appointment of C. F Weth-
erell to that position the
third day of this month ves to
Holly Hill only the fourth
ter in the the t -on or two
years the office has blished,
Mrs. Carter having ed over
thirty years of that period.
The office was established in the
time of Postmaster General David
M. Key and the first postmaster was
a man .by the name of Monroe,
shortly followed by a carpenter,
Simcoe by name. Mr. Monroe con-
ducted the office in a store building
located in quite a settlement
situated near the present junction of
Washington and Daytona venues
Mr. Simcoe kept the office !at his
residence and upon his removing to
,Port Orange, Mrs. Carter, in order
to retain the office and for the con-
venience it afforded, accepted the
position, having for her assistant,
her son, A. H. Carter, who was also
Mr. Simcoe's assistant.
Mrs. Carter has held the office
through all the changes of adminis-
tration until failing health and the
strong objection of her daughter
and present assistant, Mrs. C. S.
Harris, prevailed upon her to give it
up, to the almost universal regret of
the patrons.
When Mrs. Carter took over the
office in October 1878, the mail was
brought by stage from St. Augustine
twice a week, one of the St. Angus
tine Duponts being in charge of the
route most of the time until it was
abandoned on the coming of the
railroad, before which time, how-
Sever, the service had been increased
to three mails a week.
During the stage days the mail
for Daytona passed through the
Holly Hill office and all registered
packages and letters had to be
signed for. amounting to unite a


they had a picnic. Those invited
were the Misses Lena Sparkman,
Bessie Wheeler, May Milburn, Jessie
Dupont, May Butler and Violet
Prevatt. They had-a most delight-
ful trip.
Mr. Robinson, of Oak Hill, spent
deveral'days here this week. He
was a guest of the Hardeman House.
Contractor James Newman, of
New Smyrna, was in the village
Sunday.
J. L. Bailey, popular F. E. C.
agent, returned from his vacation
Sunday.
Miss McIntyre. of Tampa, visited
her aunt, Mrs. Fayette McDonald,
last week.
Frank Alexander and party drove
over from Beresford last Sunday.
Monday Mrs. Chas. Milburn, Miss
May Milburn and Miss Lena Spark-
man left for the mountains of North
Georgia to spend a couple of months.
Mr. Vinzant and his sister of De-
Land joined them in Jacksonville.



HOLLY HILL 1
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HOLLY HILL, July 14-Sunday
afternoon Rev. A. L. Abercrombie,
pastor of the First Baptist Church,
Daytona, held services in the school
house. There was a good attendance
and all enjoyed the eloquent dis-
course and hope to again have the
pleasure of listening to Mr. Aber-
crombie.
Mrs. Lindberg spent several days
last week with Mrs. C. F. Wetherell.
Mr. McCoy is our "boss" fisher-
man at present, having caught from
the dock at the foot of Washington
avenue last Monday a bass that
weighed 261 poiluds, whic-h he gen-
erously shared with several of his
neighbors.
T. G. Taylor returned Monday
from Duprnt.
Wednesday morning Chas. F.
Wetherell in his launch "Two
Chums" started for St. Augustine,
accompanied by his wife and family,
also Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Ilill, Mr.
and Mrs. Shafer, and Mesdames
Geo. Somers, A. V. Putten and E.
A. Richards. They expect to return'
on Thursday.
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S eeze and Daytom Be .
MRS. H. A. BERNARD, Editor.


SEABREEZE, July 14-The Ladies
Sewing Circle will meet with Mrs. A. S.
Randall today at 3:30 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Hatch, of
Ypsilanti, Mich, prominent winter resi-
dents of Seabreeze, are rejoicing in the
arrival of a baby girl. The young
heiress-apparent ascended the family
trone sometime in June-exact date
not given. The congratulations of Mr.
and Mrs. Hatch's Seabreeze friends are
none the less hearty though delayed.
Judge Isaac Stewart, of DeLand,
spent the Sabbath as usual at his beach
residence.
Mrs. Hamilton Dobbins returned to
her home at Altoona, after a pleasant
two weeks' visit with Mrs. Jas. Dobbins
on Ocean Boulevard.
A card from Mrs. John Bianchi an-
nounceI their departure from New
York last Saturday, for Menawasmet
Hotel, Booth Bay Harbor, Maine, where
she wished the paper to reach them. On
a recent postal to a friend Mrs. Bianchi
wrote, "Oh for a Seabreeze. Mr. Bian-
chi is getting regularly homesick."
'Distance makes the heart grow fond-
er." (Editor.)
Carl Gillett is at work at Ocala, and
his wife is visiting friends there this
week but is expected home in a day or
two In the meantime young Gillett
the Third is spoiling time for his grand-
parents.
Mrs. F. R. Allen and Miss Newman,
who were visiting Mrs. S. E Gilmore,
returned to their home at Seville the
latter part of last week.
Mr. and Mrs C. B. Fogg. who have
been spending the past six weeks at
their beach cottage, expect to leave for
New York and the Catskills today.
Dr. Bigelow writes to Mrs. Bigelow
from St. Paul that he has engaged
pleasant accommodation for the season at
Lake Menatonka, making the daily trip
to the city.
Mrs. H. S. Morrison has had the in-
terior of her home thoroughly refitted
and recalcemined and will further im-
prove the premises by a fresh coat of
paint. Jerome Wetherby has the con-
tract.
Dr. Houghton came over from Day-
tona Saturday evening and remained at
The Glenwood until Monday morning
guest of Major Britton. He brought
his Victor and a number of new records
and gave a recital both Saturday and
Sunday evenings, which were enjoyed
by a number of friends. Refreshments
were served, and the evenings passed
most pleasantly.
The Year Book of '09-'10 of the D. A.
R. is out. Typographically it is a
beauty, and the program reflects great
credit on the committee, Mesdames
Bigelow, Raynor and Gardiner, and
promises a most profitable as well as an
enjoyable year's work for the Daughters.
Mrs. Evernden. who is a prominent
member of the Foreign Missions of the
Congregational Church, has just received
a very interesting letter from a little
Armenian girl, whom she has undertak-
en to educate at the missionary college
Erzroom, Turkey. The letter tells in
quaint and touching language the grati-
tude of the little girl, for the privilege
of schooling. It is written in the Ar-
menian text, and the translation and a
dainty collar of Armenian lace accom-
panies it. The girl's name is Tushroohi


Committee on Law and Ordinance-R.
M. MalJory, M. L. Waggoner, C. F.
Burgman; Committee on Taxes and Li-
censes-A. N. Flemming, A. Budgen,
R. M. Mallory; Street and Sanitation-
C. F. Burgman, R. M. Mallory, M. L.
Waggoner. The new board was organ-
ized by the election of R. M. Mallory as
president.
A special meeting was called again
Saturday night to act on the resignation
of Mayor F. R. Swift and Alderman M.
L. Waggoner. Their resignations were
accepted under protest.
A band concert and dance will be
given at the Clarendon casino Thursday
evening.

DAYTONA BEACH, July 14-Ves-
per service at the Seaside Inn Sunday
afternoon was conducted by Rev. Barne
Sitting on the broad verandas while the
incoming surf catches the opalescent
tints of the setting, noting the beauty
of the low lying horizon, the baby blue
of the sky, touched here and there with
crimson splashes of cloud caps, and the
wide expanse of ocean where "ships go
down to sea," it requires no effort to
lift the mind in reverence to the cease-
less energy and benificence of the great
Creative Force.
Dr. Bishop and wife, who are at Surf
Crest. joined a large fishing party to the
Inlet Tuesday.
Miss Routh, of Chicago, and grand-
mother. Mrs. Pinner, of New York, also
Miss Child, of Tallahassee, are visiting
Misses Apthorp at Blarney Castle. The
young ladies are cousins of the Misses
Apthorp, and are having a delightful
visit.
The Misses Masters, of St. Augustine,
have joined their relatives at Surf Crest
Mrs. Rogers and Miss Daugherty will
organize their dancing class at the
Keating Casino tonight (Wednesday.)
Thirteen arrived at the Daytona
Beach Hotel Saturday. Among the
number were Mr. and Mrs. Paul M.
Keeley. of Orlando.
Mrs. and Mrs. D. C. Wood, son and
daughter, arrived Tuesday and are lo-
cated at the Daytona Beach Hotel.
Mrs. L. A. Smith, Palatka; Harry
Merryday. Ocala; Jordan Wheeler and
wife, Colorado Springs; (. C. Chamber-
lain, Sanford, are recent arrivals at the
Seaside Inn.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Medlin, of Gaines-
ville, are guests at the Daytona Beach
Hotel.
S. B Wilson, tax assessor, and family
and friends, Misses Palma and Sauls, of
DeLand spent Monday at the Seaside
Inn, enjoying the recreation of the
beach and surf.
Mr. and Mrs. Hammond and Mrs.
Musselwhite and children, of Orlando,
have taken the Bunch cottage fur a
month.
Mrs. Holley and children, of DeLand,
have taken one of the Brush cottages
on the beach. .
Dr. Robinson has moved his rooms to
the Seaside Inn.
Thus. Hamilton arrived from Jackson-
ville Monday and will spend a few days
at the Inn.
Mr. and Mis. Branch and son, Quinn,
will take in the excursion to Jackson-
ville Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M, Getty and daugh-
ter, Grace, are visiting Mrs. (Getty s


The frame work of the M. E. Church
addition is going up.
J. L. Reed, Sr, and family, who have
been here on a viit 'to his som, leave
today on their return home to Marietta,
Ga They are-ifeighted with our coast
city.
Looking south on Grandview avenue
one could well imagne that Arbor Day
had recently passed from the number of
sidewalk trees just set. The following
property holders have had palmetto
trees put out: Horace Stewart on some
four or five lots. Mrs C. Bunch, Brush-
Shoemaker, Finley, Bishop and Taylor.
Shade trees are a boon in o tropical
climate, and the rapid growth of for-
estry here makes a shadeless sidewalk
an inexcuseable offense to nature as
well as man.
Mrs. Bertha Smith has let the con-
tract to Contractor Fuquay for cottage
on Earl street.
The vesper services at the Seaside Inn
Sunday afternoon will be in charge of
Rev. Marsh.

Library Reading Room Free.
Mrs. C. H. Abbott, librarian of
the public library, thinks that it is
not generally understood that the
reading room is free. There is a
fee of $1.0) a year for the taking
out of books, but no charge is made
for the reading room privilege
which includes access to a number
of the best magazines and papers.

Picnicked at Ormoad Beach.
Several young men of Kingston,
Holly Hill and this city, among
whom were Irving Ballough, Rob-
ert Ruth, Will Conrad, Jesse Las-
tinger an D)r. Sneed, hired one of
G. A. Foye's hacks Thursday after-
noon and took a party of young
ladies for a joy ride and picnic sup-
per on the Ormond beach, return-
ing home about nine o'clock in the
evening.

River Shell For Streets.
The dredge Klondyke has been
busy this week dredging at the foot
of Bay street and filling in a land-
ing place there, which the city has
established, for the delivery of river
shell for usen the streets. Some
shell has also been landed to use for
immediate repair work. Messrs.
Melton & Shear, dredge owners, are
also preparing to construct two or
three large barges, or lighters for
the transfer of shell from the dredge
to the landing place in readiness for
a more general use of the river
shell. This shell makes the smooth-
est finish of any material used here
in street construction and wears
well if put on thick enough. It is
possible it would make a good sur-
face dressing for a crushed rock
foundation.

Monte Smiley has returned from
a week's visit at DeLand.
Miss Anuabell McClellan returned
home Tuesday, from a several weeks'
visit at Deland.
Frank W. Lee,.who has been in


.. .,. u liu rl tivtt ieu Lt Markarian, and she begs for a picture of brother, Mr. Alcott and family, at the employ of the Southern Express
tak at times, for there was then no appointment of postmaster at this the kind lady who is doing so much for Ocean Villa. Company here, left Friday morning
money order department at Daytona place, a vacancy having occurred her. Mrs. C. L. Horn went to DeLaud i Company here left Friday morning
The stage also carried passengers through the recent resignation of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wetherby, Mrs. Monday for a week's visit with her for his home at Largo, for a rest
and while it was halted at the oice Mrs. H. A. Carter. The office will Wetherby, Sr., Max and Katherine and sister, Mrs Richards. and recuperation, not having been
they would often amuse themselves be moved to the A V. Putten store Earl Sims made the boat trip to Mr. Miss Mattie Yelvington has returned in good health of late. He will
shooting squirrels and helping Zimmerman's Sunday afternoon, expect- from a pleasant visit with friends at probably return to Daytona.

themselves to oranges from the j but the boat got out of running order Mrs. W. L. Barze and daughter. Ruth The local news gatherer of the
grove about the hose, when the KINGSTON I and Earl was dispatched home on a expect to leave next Tuesday for Gazette-News had an aberration of
stage arrived shortly after noon, al- J bicycle to procure help. Jerome Weth- Barnesville, Ohio, to visit her mother. mind last week when writing the
though at one time the mail was due KINGSTON, July 1-I-A. McF. erby went to the rescue Monday morn- Before returning they will visit relatives Jacob Slough birth notice and the
ing and brought the party home in the and friends at Wheeling and Ch arleston, I .,
about six o'clock in the evening and Porter has hatt the brush cut and d br ht the party ho i the frds at Wheel a rton, arrival of Mrs. Slough's sister from
Billie-Max. W. Va. Rev. Barze's mother will look
arrived at any time between then cleared off his street front on North Mrs. M J. Murphy and charming after the household during his wife's Coronado, and made the name Cor-
and midnight and the train service Ridgewood, Kingston, and it has children arrived Tuesday from Palatka, absence. nelius, instead of Jacob, although
at first was but lttle more punctual, pade quite an improvement in the and willispend the remainder of the William Ronald is expected home acquainted with both the brothers
although it brought a daily service, appearance of that section of the season in their cottage on Ocean boule- from Rollins College on Friday. His for many years. Cornelius lough
F. Wetherell the new apt town c vyard. return is anticipated with pleasure by a is no een n e
C. F.etherel the new pst- town. Mr. and Mrs. S. Hall and children, large cirle of friends. not ev in the city, having been
master, and his brother, Thomas, The store of L. G. Lyman, corner of Ocala, are located for the season in Miss Florence Horn and brother, out west for several years.
both served for long terms as mail Ridgewood and Main, is now vacant, the Kissimmee cottage. Harry, entertained Frank Smith and
carriers between the office and the the prospective lessee failing to put Mr..and Mrs. Broome arrived from Joe Goodman, of DeLand, and Harold
railroad, in an appearance on the 15th, as ex- Gainesville this week and have taken Smith, the popular clerk at the Seaside GO TO THE ESCUE.
one of the Kochersperger cottages. Inn, Monday evening.
Mr. Wetherell will move the pected. We hope the property will M. Anders, of cott Ciy, a n- The soc dand biness metg hel
office to the A. V. Putten store soon be occupied again, as it is a rived Monday afternoon and is at The by the League at the M. E. parsonage T
building, two blocks north of its great convenience to citizens of the Mayfield. Monday evening was a pleasant success. the Example of a Daytom
present location and Mrs. A. V. north end, and we know it is a good A party composed of Mrs. L. C. Coch- In response to roll call each member
Putten, Mr. Wetherells sister, wll business stand for some enterpris- ran and children, Miss Jones, Miss Annie gave a full report how he or she had in-i
be his assistant. ing firm. Smith and Miss Claire Tomlinson had a creased the talent invested a month ago, Re'cue the aching back.
be his assistant.pleasant motor car trip to the Inlet which was listened to with much inter- If it keeis on aahing, trouble comes.
Miss Pelton, who has been a! Monday. est. Miss Maude Mallory handed in Backache is kidney arhe.
gT guest of Mrs. Bradlslaw for some Mrs. Poor has just received a letter $6 50, which was the largest amount I! you neglect the kidneys' warning,
PORT ORANGE Itime, has returned to her hoine in from Mr Poor in which he states that realized by sales and reinvestments. A. Look out for urinary ouble-dia-
SLake Helen. iMr. Kerr arrived at his destination, VandeVorde, president, contributed a & t.
PORT ORANg, Jnly 1--ne H. Lee has sold his home wdst Minneapolis, Mina, in a weakened con- like amount as he had been too busy to This Daytona i-tisen will show )ou
PORT ORANGE, July 1 One Lee has sold h ho ae edition, and was taken to a private sani- "turn his talent." Rev. Barze thanked how to go to the resc-ue.
of our former citizens, he railroad and bought a place tarium for treatment. Mr. Poor con- the good workers and expressed his Warren Mungeon. 84 6Swon avenae,
who ho hArnn living at Dlravw wr at Blake, south of Daytona. tinues his journey to Hastings and Ot- gratification over results P h. ... D;laytuna. Florida, ~ays: "Fur over a
who bast hw~n livin. at flelrv F uv-


STUNTED OAKS.
Miniature Tree That Are Grow* ;
China Bowl -
In the window of a florist stood some
quaint china bowls, in each of whiek
grew a tree-not a shrub, but a fuB i
sized tree, dating back many year
"Yes," replied the florist to the writ-
ers Inquiry, "they are real trees--oaks,
maples and beech trees. We get them
from Japan, where the secret of how
to rear them is known only to a few.


They are raised from seeds or special-
ly selected cuttings, which-are watch-
ed and tended with that min:relonu
patience inherent in the eastern raees.
Fifty years may pass before the tree
Is considered salable. Inuring this pe-
dod the plant is trained and its nat-
ural tendencies subjugated to the will
of the rearer. The gardener prunes
and trims and rears and directs with
what Carlyle called genius--an infi-
aite capacity for taking pains.' A way-
ward twig may be bound up for two
or three years to Insure its correct
growth. Periodically the tree is re-
potted. Each tnie this happens the
roots are carefully examined and use-
les fiber cut away. Everything is
done to concentrate the life of the
tree in the smallest posiilble sI:tee.
And in time, after years of labor, the
plant loses its ability to send oun lorg.
lsty shoots and becomes a delightful
miniature, of its larger brethren."-

Mutton Birds.
During aix weeks every autumn the
n40 inhabiants of the Australian Fur
emaux islands make enough money to
support themselves in idleness the rest
of the year. They do this by catching
the very fat young "mutton birds,"
which are hatched there in such num-
bers that the flocks when they mi-
grate extend for miles. They furnish
food "-. oil, which is used for lubri-
cating purposes and also as a substi-
tute for cod liver oil.

Making Sur
Country Cousin-Are you sure I am
In the right train? Town Relative
(who has had about enough of It)-
Well I have asked seventeen porters
and thirty-two passengers, and they
all ay "Yes" so I think you'd better
risk it.-Lodon Telegraph.
Locating the Trouble.
One day Mary came to her mother
and said "Mother, my ear achesa"
"Does it ache very bad, Mary?" ask-
ed her mother.
-No."
"Well run out and play. Then youi
will forget about It."
Mary went out. but pretty soon she
eame back and said: "'Mother, my ear
does ache. It is not the hole. but the
rufe around It."-'levehland Lender
(tirst pub. July 17; htst pub. l*-3-. Is.,
Notice of Application for Firal
Discharge.
Notice is. hl-rty ,iv-. il trtit .~ si months
after date, or as siton th r.:tL,-af :&, I ucn IHe
heard. I will prt s.tt ly lln I r.-LLI ius as d-
mlnibitrator with, will ;auu*xted of ilr- .*stat-
of R. I.4oant. to tithe-( Coultt Jtutl- of Vo-
lusiat county. Florin.a :li ;ask I or ivy Itllnl
discharge.
W. W. SHAF'KEi.
Aduiiliulmrator with Will Ani. x.-ii.
Duntd July 1i. 11%r..


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MASONIC DIRECTORY
'I AF T I IXL E. 9No.P. a A.NoL
Meetsat lat and r4 Thursdays.
HALIFAX CHAPTER, No. 5, 2.LA.
Meots tnd Thursday.
ORI 1RNTAL ( OMM AN N o S N
Moots 4th Thursday.
LIVE OAK ORAPTER, No. 1. 0. 3
Meets !nd uad 4th Tuesfay.
All meet in Magsowic ffU oasaeey


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SEND THEIR TO STETSON:
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15.I Volumes in Library Normal dn Model School
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t; treatment right. Reference

L. H. RowE & Co., The Jewelers.

^Ed& Russell was in the city from
Onond Wednesday.
--.Attorney Bert Fish was in the
ty from DeLand Wednesday.
SSome necessary repair work was
d on the Armory this week.
SMiss Mary Stones returned Wed-
eisday from a visit with her parents

i eSchrafft's Candies,
Young's Pharmacy.
'drs. F. J. Niver and little son,
ad, left Thursday for a visit at
on, Pa., Mrs. Niver's former

Theo. Sengstak was in the city
aut week from Friday until Satur-
lay looking after some business
rs.
S*Pearl qrit Artificial Stone Co.
ells brick at $8 per 1,000. tf
'Y. Stillman and family moved
:over to their beach cottage last Sat-
ayto spend the balance of the
mer.
SMrs. W. M. Shaffner is visiting
ier sister at Orlando, having gone
ear to that city the latter part of
eek.
Phone 2 8 will call for your clean
,i g and pressing. 0. S. Burnett.tf
E Mrs. E. A. Lapp and children
-were in the city Wednesday with
Ar. Lapp, making the trip with
him in his speedy launch.
S. Mj-rsU.C. B Simonds, who has
b n visiting with relatives here for
^ veral weeks, returned to her home
4-ifi Jacksonville last Saturday.
K i'*Dr. Houghton, dentist, west end
Soa 8th Bridge. Peck block, phone 32.
; 4onryV Van Dorn will be at home
I ina5bont ten days with his well drill-
g inotfit, prepared to accommodate
wanyoae wanting,a flowing well. 8-2
S-. T.Pitcher and family are oc-
SIepying Mrs. M. Babington's cottage
Son~ Bay street, having recently re-
moved there from Cypress street.
-. Recall Remedies,
S- Young's Pharmacy.
SV'-Chris Gougherty's familiar pres-
nce is missing from the Conrad
['i Grocery Company's store. Mr.
Gonugherty left last Monday for a
several weeks visit at his old home
at Victor, N. Y.


*Great reductions on summer
Suits at The Globe. From 25'"' to
S50o discount. 8-2t
Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Thompson
a and daughter, Miss Lillian, left
'Wednesday morning for Atlanta,
1I Ge., from which place they will go
to some point in the mountains for
_ severall weeks sojourn.
: You save $2 per M by using home
P brick. Pearl Grit Artificial Stone Co.,
Stf Seabreeze, Fla.
Miss Nealie I. Miller, who had
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
SMiller, on Palmetto avenue
last Saturday, continued her
y to Miami Thursday after-
aii. Miss Miller is returning
i m a'visit to New York, Boston
'a-d other points East.
S*5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any
Isee of Chills and Fever. Price 25o.
40-3mos
Mrs. Gee. F. Smith departed Sun-
y morning for New York, where
a''. will meet Mr. and Mrs. Ira D.
r and after a few weeks visit
E1 th them in the areat metropolis,
-etura with them to Columbus,
and later visit at her former
and other points in Illinois,
returning home in the fall.
ve you seen the new bulletin,
College of Liberal Arts?"
anun Rma A naon 9


All the new popular fiction at
Clark's stationery store.
W. aIs
Attorneys Egford Bly and I. A.
Stewart were Daytona visitors from
DeLand during the week.
L. G. Lyman and family expect
to remove from Kingston to their
recently purchased residence on Or-
ange avenue next Monday.
Miss Olive Tufts, who has been
with Hollender Bros. at Palm Beach
during the winter, has accepted a
position with Mrs. M. J. Holmes.
Miss Pearl Foster accompanied
Mrs L. Cutten on a visit to the
latter's former home in the State of
.Maine. They departed on their
journey last Monday.
Theo. Tice joined his father, C.
A. B. Tice, at Rock Hill, S. C., last
week with the idea of learning to
operate a linotype machine in the
office of which Mr. Tice is manager.
DLosT-Between Daytona and
New Smyrna, Tueday, a rear auto-
mobile lamp. Findler please leave
at this office and receive reward.
Mrs. Geo. F. Crouch and Mliss
Cora returned from their New York
visit last Saturday night and Miss
Cora is again filling her position in
the composing room of the Gazette-
News.
James M. Lane has been quite ill
since returning to his home at South
Norwalk, Ct. A letter recently re-
ceived here from his daughter, Mrs.
C. H. Vroome, states that he is now
much better.
-Pattillo & Co., of Port Orange,
have just received a car lot of wire
fencing and nails. They can save
you money on this line of goods. 8-4
The pastor of the First Baptist
Church will steak on "The Gracious
Invitation," next Sunday evening.
The male quartet will give special
music. All are cordially invited.
Come and bring a friend.
The excursion to Jacksonville
was well patronized, somewhere be-
tween our and five hundred per-
sons, including white and colored,
taking advantage of the low railroad
rate to visit the gate city of the
State.
During the excessively heavy
rains of two weeks ago the retaining
wall of brick and stone in the rear
of Mrs. C. K. Pratt's residence on
Bay street was partly undermined
and a large portion of it fell into
the canal.


"See our bargains in ladies' and
children's oxfords. Some of our
broken lot prices-- 1.50 and $2.00
shoes for 99 cents; $2.50 to 3 50,
$1.69. 8-2t The Globe.
Mrs. C. A. Ellenwood will carry
north with her next week the skin
of a large rattlesnake, which was
killed on South Ridgewood avenue
Tuesday by A. E. Mason. The snake
measured five feet, four inches in
length and had nine rattles.


"Face Creams and toilet articles
for your vacation.
Young's Pharmacy.
Mrs. Arthur M. Stillman and
little son, Howard, of Pensacola, are
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Gille and Mrs. Crenshaw, having
arrived in tl.e city the latter part of
last week. Mrs. Stillman is a sister-
in-law of J. E. Stillman, collector of
customs at Pensacola.
CCollars 2 cents, all style of shirts
10 cents, with work left and called
for at Daytona Steam Laundry. tf
Following a visit of the stork to
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Robinson, on North Beach street,
last Saturday, Mrs. Robinson, who
was Miss Eva Parker, was very
seriously ill, but at latest reports
was improving satisfactorily. The
baby lived but a few hours.
*Try the Pearl Grit Pressed brick.
Cor. of Pine and Earl Sts.,
tf Seabreeze, Fla.


Mr. and Mrs. Henry Piepgras left
last week for a two months or more
visit at New York. They had in-
tended to make the trip from Jack-
sonville by boat, but not being able
to secure satisfactory accommodations,
ohanadw their nlans and went to


Miss Lilla Abecrombie is visit-
ing at New Smyrna.
Mrs. W. C. Smith was among the
number of Daytona visitors to Jack-
sonville this week.
OA fine lot of mangoes just receiv-
ed at Our Store.
Mrs. Alveare Milligan, of South
Ridgewood avenue, is expected home
today from a three weeks' visit with
her sister, Mrs. Pierre Branning, at
Miami.
John Blymyer, who sometime ago
suffered a stroke of paralysis while
at Chattanooga, is still in that city,
his condition not yet warranting his
return to Daytona.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Atwood and
Miss Jessie Stewart returned from
their sojourn on the beach to swell
the number of excursionists to Jack-
sonville Thursday.
The baseball game at Harrison's
Park Thursday afternoon between
the Kingston nine and Daytona
Scouts, resulted in a score of 6 to 4
in favor of the Scouts.
The laying of the city water pipes
was completed early in the week
and the pipe gang were then taken
back over the territory to level the
earth over the ditches in which the
pipes were laid.
Postmaster W. C. Smith received
Wednesday, from Kentucky, a fine
pen of Columbian Wyandotte fowls,
six hens and a cock, probably the
only chickens of the variety in this
section and a very valuable lot.
The dwelling house on the city
waterworks property has been re-
paired and put in condition for oc-
cupancy of the waterworks engineer,
thus providing for his being near
at hand both day and night.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Conrad have
been having their household effects
transferred this week from the
house- on Orange avenue, recently
sold to L. G. Lyman, to their resi-
dence on Ivy Lane, preparatory to
occupying it in future.
B Wear the "Kryptok" Invisible
Bifocle. We make them up for you
and guarantee a perfect fit. You
can see them in the rough and pol-
ished frames at Clark's jewelry
store. Neville H. Clark,
Optometrist.
Philip Spencer, colored, formerly
a hack driver here, was taken to De-
Land by Sheriff E. L. Smith Thurs-
day morning, charged with the il-
legal sale of liquor. The sheriff
came over by auto Wednesday even-
ing and carried the prisoner back
with him in the machine.


Miss Fannie Ray, who was visit-
ing the Misses Abercrombie in this
city, has returned to Palm Beach,
stopping enroute at New Smyrna
from Saturday until Monday, with
her mother and brother Dick, who
is recuperating from a severe illness
contracted while at Columbus, Ga.
Editor T. E. Fitzgerald, accom-
panied by Mrs. Fitzgerald and their
little son, Franklin, left Thursday
for the Mountain Meadows Inn, near
Asheville, N. C., where they expect
to remain for six weeks or npt, en-
joying the delightful moun n air
and beautiful scenery and yet be
within easy reach of the city should
the country life at any time pall
upon them.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Condit and
Miss Ida Woodrich departed Wed-
nesday afternoon for a three or four
months' visit on the Pacific Coast.
They go first to Chicago and from
there to Los Angeles, where Mr.
Condit has two brothers. After a
visit with them they will go the
Yosemite, San Francisco and Taco-
ma, Wash., including, of course, a
visit to Seattle and the great expo-
sition.


An unusually large beach contin-
gent arrived from the south Thurs-
day afternoon Among the number
was W. S. Hart, the orange grower
and bee keeper, of New Smyrna.
Mr. Hart says the yield of honey
from mangrove this year has been
very good. Mangrove, before the
disastrous freezes destroyed the
bushes, some years ago, made New
Smyrna a great place for bee-keep-


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T. A. Slider's Bungalows Begin Several Pieces of Land Convea-


to Assume Proportions as
De Other Buildings.


gently Located That Can
Be Prchased.


The several buildings in process Some weeks ago the Gazette-News
of construction in the city are being published an article stating that a
pushed as rapidly toward comple- certain piece of property, on Mag-
tion as the frequent showers of the nolia avenue west of the railroad,
past week have permitted. had been offered by the owners
The T. A. Snider bungalows in under very reasonable conditions
the southern part of the city, under for the establishment of a baseball
the hands of a force of S. H. Gove's park. No action seems to have
men, are making quite a showing. been taken in regard to this propo-
Three of them are far enough ad- sition, but the subject is a live one
vanced to give the painter, Chas. and should be kept so until a ball
Kost, an opportunity to exercise his, ground within easy access of the
artistic talent, while the foundations city is obtained.
of the fourth are well along at this It is said that another piece of
writing, early in the week, and property near the above mentioned
ground is being broken for another place but on the opposite side of the
on the corner of Palmetto avenue street can be had through one of the
and South street. These cottages real estate agencies at even less cost
will, when completed, form a very than the first named. A three acre
picturesque group and be a great lot all cleared and ready for use,
addition to this section of the city. with the exception of some leveling
The foundation and basement of of the ground, can be purchased,
the I. M. Mabbette hotel on Palmetto probably for $1,500. Of course the
avenue are completed and the fram- fencing, buildings, etc., would be in
ing of the enlarged structure well addition to this cost. More around
under way giving a better idea of, could be had if desired, as the prop- i
the dimensions of this building erty includes two lots of three acres 4
which will contain some twenty or each. This property, whilesituated
twenty-five rooms when finished, on the north side of Live Oak
The E. R. Kindig dwelling, a avenue, can also be reached from
neat and comfortable cottage on the Orange avenue and being only just
south side of First avenue, between west of the railroad is very con-
Beach street and Ridgewood avenue,, veniently situated.
is among the number of new build- Another three-acre plot of ground,
ings nearing completion. even more centrally located, which
L. Z. Burdick and his men are is now in the market, is that just
busily engaged upon the dwelling west of the railroad on the north
house for Mrs. Win. Wicking, on side of Orange avenue and lying di-
Volusia avenue, the framing being rectly south of the city waterworks
well along, Geo. J. Vandevord property. This is a fine piece of
having completed the cellar walls property and is higher. than in
and foundations a week or more ago. either of the other cases.
Contractor E. S. Hall is nearing Something should be done to
the completion of the Mrs. D. F. supply this crying need for an
Austin dwelling on Myrtle avenue, amusement park within easy reach
Work at present is suspended on of the city and the longer it is de-
the W. H. Gardiner store building ferred the more difficult and expen-
and several other structures are sive will it become to obtain some-
likewise temporarily laid by, but thing suitable for the purpose. It
will no doubt be pushed to comple- is possible the first proposition is
tion before the winter season. The still open. Certainly the matter
Gardiner building is delayed by should be investigated and steps
the non-arrival of the metal girders taken to secure one of these places
for the front, which should arrive for a park before the opportunity
any day now and the work proceed. asses. Now is the time for those
interested in this greatest of all the
out door sports to get together and
Installed Officers. by some means bring this project to
At the last regular meeting of a successful finish.


Osceola Tribe No. 21, Imp. O. I.
M., the following officers were in-
stalled by Deputy Great Sachem R.
M. Mallery:
W. E. Ballough-Sachem.
G. W. Hull-Senior Sagamore.
W. L. Hamilton-Junior Saga-
more.
Wm. Eick-Prophet.
The appointive stations were filled
as follows:
Fred Caldwell-lst Sunap.
J. L. Crews-2nd Sunap.
Wiley Melton-lst Warrior.
J. W. Winn-2nd
N. A. McClellan-3rd "
J. W. Williams-4th "
M. F. Blitch-lst Brave.
C. T. Pent-2nd Brave.
C. F. Wetherell-3rd Brave.
Edwin Peterson-4th Brave.
Wm. Wetherell, Jr.,-Guard of
Wigwam.
Andrew Hull--Guard of Forest.

Met With Painful Accident.
Mrs. M. J. Holmes met with a
peculiar and painful accident, Mon-
day last, which will prevent her
from walking for some weeks.
While in Bingham & Maley's furni-
ture stoie, a lady with whom she
was talking accidentally pushed
over a heavy wooden cabinet which
fell on Mrs. Holmes' left foot.
Messrs. Bingham and Brokaw did
all they could for her until she
could reach her home, when her
physician was called.
Mrs. Holmes had been suffering
from articular rheumatism and had
not been down town for some time,
until Monday, and this peculiar ac-
cident happening at that time, she
thinks that 1909 must be her hoolo
year.


Killed Big Rattler.
T. F. Williams killed a big rat-
tle snake Monday afternoon while
on his way home from New Smyrna
in his automobile. He saw the
snake lying stretched out in the
road and ran around it; stopped his
car and got out to kill the reptile.
The rattler awoke to his danger
and started to crawl off into the
scrub bordering the road but Mr.
Williams halted him with a well
directed blow from a rock, which
struck just back of the head.
The snake then coiled and Mr.
Williams dispatched it with a stick
four or five feet in length that he
picked up nearby. He says it was
one of the largest rattlesnakes he
has ever seen and had nine rattles

Changes at Daytona Postoffice.
Winter residents and Daytona
citizens now out of the city as well,
on their return, will miss the pleas-
ant greeting at the postoffice of the
assistant postmaster, Mrs. W. C.
Smith having resigned the first of
this month.


Postmaster Smith has promoted
.. J. Cowan to the position of as-
sistant, William Roxby will be in
charge of the forwarding and dis-
tributing department and Frank
Dittman will look after the general
delivery, while C. J. Messing will
continue as despatching clerk.
Postmaster Smith has surrounded
himself with a very efficient and
agreeable corps of assistants, in fact,
it would be difficult to find an office
with a liner personnel than that of
Daytna at the present time.


Items From Daytona Hospital.


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.Complete (as Plants Insted.

Plumbing and Heati g Smlles.


Brass and (alv. Pipe and ittigs.


Fairbanks & Morse Engies & Pmis.

Niagara Hydraulic Rams.

Ireland Pipe Wrenches.


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F. L bIx.WART'
Physician and Surgeon
Special attention to diseases of the
EyeEar, Throat and Nose. Oce
and residence, Magnoli aveane, 3rd
door west of P. 0., telephone 82.
Ooe hours 9a. to9 p. a.

G. A. KLOCK
Physician and Surgeon
Asaoclated with R.O. Oooley, M. D.
apeealatstention given to diseases of
the ye, Kye,-Nosf and Throat. ORlee
hours 7 to 9 a. I to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m.
DAYTONA. FLA.
M. JOSIE ROGERS, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician
No. 453 North Beach Street.
Office Hours, 12-30 to 2:30 and 6:00
to 7:30.
Telephone No. 122.

ROY HOWC. M. D-
Physician and Surgeon.
Office and residence: 123 So. Ridge-
wood Avenue, opp Ridgewood Ho-
tel. Phone 175. Offe hours: 9 to
11 a. m., 2 to4and 6:30 to 8 p. m.


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Attorneys at Law
Special Atteation to Erumbng and
Perfeetig Land Titles.


Conrad Block, DAYTONA. FL


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Crv D. Landi Bert Psh
LANDIS & FISH
Attornevs at Law
Prnetcig im alm 8mas al wedera
Oourts. CltiorCrtdminalbmieM tv-
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for BMMleas.aai pereg tttes.

TITLES INSURED
Voluhi Coumtr Abyttmr laveameat
and Title nlaurme Compmay.
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D. D. & C. M. ROGERS
Civil Engineers

Oes (DAYTONA and
Dayteo OI FLA.ied
Daytona Os ffeqthRb"ed 1875


S GOVi Daytona Private Hos-
A i. Bde I pital and Sanitarium
Architect Bulder and! Erfa lt ortopr
Contractor iectri YpUM trIW U aeu,
EleqOrbe mrrowrftg& astseun
qulet uarrooulmiga, Speiral ttentos
Residence and office, northeast eor- giwesto aptetas- 7ersB a&ppll-
ner Rideewood and Voluhia re. "eR14a' 4 rK8ah St Drtoa.
Phone 89. Daytons, FlA. pbydlcm i aCage.
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ROLLINS CO.iE(iE
Florida's Oldest COele
College Academy, and Schmols of Music, ExpressieP, Fine Arts,
Domestic and lndustrial Arts, and Business.


Carnegie Hall and third men's dormitory now completed; electric
lights, steam and furnace heat; large faculty; perfect health conditions;
fine gymnasium, athletic fields, boating, tennis courts, golf links; baseball.
football, and basketball teams ehampions of Florida in 1909 Nearly a
quarter of a million dollars endowment; epenes moderate; scholarships
available; Christian, but undenominiational; stands for


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For Catalogue Address the President:
Wm. F. Blackman, Ph. D., Winter Park, Florida


OUR FOUR CARDINAL PRINCIPLES:-


ABSOLUTE SAFETY, Insured by


Capital -
Surplus -
Stockholders Liability
Actual security to depositors


$100,000
$250,000
$100,000
$450,000


NOTE:-This Bank is Number One on the "Honor Roll" of
National Banks in Florida, and No. 187 in the whole
United States, among over sixty-eight hundred National
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Daytea's lasfempraM Oce Bach.
One of Daytona crowning glories is
her incomparable beach. No one who
ever set foot upon its smooth, packed
sands; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever
drove a prancing pair of horses and list-
ened to the popping of their steel shoes
upon its asphaltum-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
wonders.
The Pldd. PedlEcdd Hi 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 pelican pouch
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk strug-
gling upward with his floundering load
he snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick and
span, their hampers and lockers bulging
with refreshments both solid an I liquid,
ready for a cruse 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 EPchMtaly Plcturesqe Rdgewed.
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,
Storming 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.
BurIssulg Beaety st Or Cottae ames.
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 froin every corner of the
country and they bring their own archi-
tectural plans and build upon them,and
as the architecture of one section of the
country differs from the architecture of
another so do our homes differ in out-
ward appearance and structural beauty
from one another. There are no monoto-
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings
But the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps
the mind wondering "What next?"
Streets d Pavemats the MMt ad 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.
Squlrds. Flawms. Birds -d Frrits.


Whatever one's shortcomings and
however indifferent or eve. callous one
ntay 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.
ber" there is a bunny ready to come out
and accept your gift. He will sit bolt
upright and gnaw into the meat, casting
furtive, saucy glances at you meanwhile.
Flowers! Usually fresh and blooming
the year 'round. In one yard roses of
variegated 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 symme-
try to the picture.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, Day.
tona yields the palm to none for quality
and quantity per acre. There are scores
of citrus groves in proximity to the city,
branches bending to the earth with their
burdens of luscious golden globes.


Knots In Her French.
Johnson Does your wife speak
French?
Thompson-She thinks she does.
"You don't speak it, do you?"
"No."
"Then how do you know she
doesn't?"
"I watched a French waiter's face
the other day when she was talking
to him, and '11 be blamed if he didn't
look as If he had the toothache."-De.
troit Free Press.

Land Assessment In England.
The evils of under assessutent of
land are perhaps more glaring in Car-
diff than anywhere else. Cardiff cas-
tle, with its huge park, lodges and gar-
dens, with a boundary wall of three-
quarters of a mile situated right in the
heart of the town, is rated at 924 a
year. The land is worth millions.
Within sight of the castle and not
more than 200 yards away is a tailor's
shop which is rated at 947.-London
Chronicle.

The Only Way HeCould Go.
A man fearfully addicted to stutter-
ing stepped up to the ticket window at
a railroad station and asked what it
would cost him to go to New York by
freight.
"By freight!" exclaimed the aston-
ished ticket agent. "What In thunder
do you want to go by freight for?"
"Bec-c-c-e-ause," stammered the man,
"I c-c-c-can't exp-p-pres my-s-s-self
very w-well, c-ccan l?"-Ladies' Home
Journal.


No Reciprocity.
"Annie Nibbins Is the meanest kind
of a gossip."
"What variety is that?'


"Bhe's the kind that doesn't tell
The Fastet Autes Aid The Fnet Ot. anything herself, but gets you to tell
Here is where world's records for speed all you know."
are broken with every recurring season. ,


` successors and assAigns. mtre' h;-r-,hy i ral teel
hospital and to usurp the place which the furthi r right to er ct urchi lries.
belongs by right to a pauper." Of wires aud appilanet-.s, and to Ilmake such ex-
-I ivations ablolb the uhlic s tr-4t. tls, uel-i,-..
course the marquis paid.-Argonaut. alt-. and pulahlic pltc-,s of ,tc-h city its Inu3
I l ne-cessary for tit- puirrpose- of s.upplyiing
such mllantl, of telephonic- comunlllicatioll
St. Augustine and His Flower. to re.-ilt.nt-,.. I-us liness hiu-.-., hlotels and
St. Augntit of Hi ttlher ptlic the greatlue-. ,or tultliiis. itU er to It-.
t. Agutine of Hlppo, the great hiuilt or erec-ted within the -i aid city. Ms-h
doctor of the church, whose festival poles, wires. appliance-s. exc-:lVationls, -t-,..
te to he subject to th.- approval of coune-il.
falls on Aug. 2, is a sadly neglected i e'tion 2'. The tero rthiisfran o his aoullil.
o et- or a Th,-i tt rlla oT e t his 1-r4 nt-hi. .troli
saint among modern rituallats and even It e for a pe-ritul of Tweinty t -o11 vy~;.r-. frtomn
occasionally confused with his name- theda l'trof rtifnciit of lhero he quali-
sake, who insulted the British bishops. I S-ction t.. li the q-re'tion' of nil nece--.
Yet he is pronounced by Hooker "with- stry oles., wirns or npllianrl-. it,- tlitl
grant--, its succ-e--.sors nntid as-t.ta, -*l.:.ll lIet
out any equal" and regarded by Har- have the' right to cut dlowni or lop otr ai t
nack as "the first modern man." He 're. "" n,, nbran-h "r oth".r oIstai,-Ms inl tilt
t moern mat--t, av-nue, allt- or otll ir pul.- p:tict.
has been better honored In the floral ex-ce-pt wlhen ai-ivtln -o.ns.-mlt I th, ii-'itv
i to UII o % ret siutiin adopt,-d iu r.-A tliar4or
world, for to him Is dedicated the '.' e.utii'.r''ln"'."""l' 'l a ill r'n-ular or
goldenrod, or woundwort (Solidago vir- Metktion 1. It Is furthe-r agreed hv the
ga-aurea). Old Gerard, with whom ~ ,r"an"itte l-r-i. its s'te l.'' amt .'^t'~
that all c-wt-essmary expe- se- ill-idlent:l to the-
this was a favorite remedy, tells us e-lve-tioniical ,c m-s provide-d hl.rein shl:ti e
that goldenrod fetched a high price as l *orne" ty ov *ld 'rnt e.
U -ction i. That th. work of e'hnHisimin to
a foreign herb until discovered grow- catle- uis h.-ri-n lrotvihd.-d *.tnlli tI 'oitple-ted
Ing near London. when the plant waHs tlh- gv-m''"1te'e-, it- suc.--s-ors .i mit its-iZn,
l within onice y-ar from the td:tlt. of the r;nttii-
negle-ted. He adds the caustic corn- ceaiton helr-of t v the quaalili-derl.--tor-. of fthe-
ment. "This verifleth our English prove 4'lty of i)"yt"Lna.
St-c-tion t. That tron ln>l, t :itf:.r tuwo \.-:ir--
erb, 'Far fetcht and dear bought Ic from the date of rant ilncltion as lierein iten-
best for ladies.' or for fantastical phv tite*ld. anid grrnnite nar-s to lay to ih.-
o sntldt ity of Itaytona the sun ti of ilic ti per
sitons." Before tobacco the golden year for eac-h telephone in uw during the
rod also furnished snuff for our media lt'i ..o this tiUrmthi.s-., ill ihuotf lic. -eii',. fe.r
whit-h minany is- llnpose -d by said city..
aeval forefathers. Wesstnlister Ga ts--tioln That it is turth.-rl.ure;t, i th
tetta r:minttee- he-reil., it. su-c-es-,.,r- m td )misIt il-.
thnt Ihe i-aximiuma price for lpart3 wir.e t.1-
Stuck to It. phone i.-wr ye;Ir slshnll I- ;I- frllow-: For
H h fPrivtate Residt-cs. Tw-ent- its-t i d lellha.-:
Her Husband-lf a man steals, no for IBusin, ss Hout-.*s. Twt-iiy-nlv, j-,- dt,:-
matter what It is, he will live to re lirs; for Ileils.Thirt#y Sia dolIarI-.
K c-ti'ii s. It is furlhIer ii;r---4t tl hit tiie-re-
gret it HIlls Wfe-During our court- -7h'll I- II- tct-utl l'.ts.t-h i' 1 .-:1 .til'
ship you used to steal kisses from me mlay hertaftenr designate, not to ex-ce.d five
Her Husband-Well, you heard what I tones fr rll te-llar.use'ci onr e at a price-
of Te-ti i tle ctollarspper y ear.
al-d. M-ctioin Thila at lh- *-xpliration of tlhe
terim oef this fran -hie- thI- anie i itv of Ilavy-
h tot sh lll ha-ve the right to pur-hase -sa i
I tv lt i," me.-pho .-sr'sie -- rotvid-< t I hi |.aw-
T 4 rof the Bstat of Florhida.
e-tclu eon lit. 'thrt this fncitri-hl.w sh.:aI 1.--
Oll," -l-ct' ,ttiV- civ id ,of full fore-,- ilalllltil:.t.-|l
Ge a De and upon its rat Hncation iy trthequalnledlct
of the Well-Informed of the World has etie toit. te lto r sh Lcati..use t
always been for a simple, pleasant and puillcttits l of this (rditials -.- for a pm-riod (t
thirty Ottoi days in unm. ,.-wsplip.-r puli!iwisit
efficient liquid laxative remedy of known ill the City of Ilhitoul. amld shall issue i1.1
prolelmiuatiomi-alliiig i t -e,-c-hial e:,--tlio o",
value: a laxative which physicians could the itc th dav of August.. A. l. .rec. at whic-h
elt-ctioOl the- qualify. di eilecett.r=e t tIlle 'nil
sanction for family use because its corn- 4 it', of Illlvol .tthallri hae a-l opportunity
te' express their autltrovs-ail e'r elis.pllprti-il -;l di
ponent parts are known to them to be ti e'rlii.-,-or trnai,-hi-. pr"o.el l
wholesome and truly beneficial in effect, ",' ".o Tt ,ri .-r
i-Ictioa1 l2. Thast (ll ,i-ellmamagec.- or Puri-


Honeyed Words.
"How are you getting along at
home? The last time I called your
wife was giving you the dickens."
"Quite true. I had been a bad boy.
But she relaxed. Last night she came
very near calling me honey."
"You don't mean it! How was that?"
"She called me old beeswax."-New
York Press.


OCEAN VILLA
Mrs. W. W. Alcott, Maager.
Open from May to October.
Fronting the Atlantic Ocean.
Large pleasant rooms. Modern
conveniences. Rates reasonable.
Special to families.
Dartoa Bniack, r"loida.


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The Quippy Ink Thisf. -.* ---I
Net a Good Mark. "Women prisoners Is quippy," said N t
SFrench actor named Hyscinths the jailer. "One had a quip toward Legal PNotices
eo~Ce fhwtattd the saying, "Discretion wrltin', and she was always swlpnl' ---
is the better part oa valor." t w Ink out of the schoolroom. UWS UHSWUSS*SU*W**
In the month of June, and a company "She swiped Ink In her thimble. iFirst pub. May !22. Is0.
of the national guard of which Hya- She'd fill the thimble up to the brim
cbthe was a sergeant was engaging a and then stand it carefully in her hair Administrator's Notice.
body of Insurgents behind a barricade Mighty good balancing' was required on All persons having any claim whatsowe'r
at the other end of a short street One the way back to her cell Still, what against the l-fsaterf KIiJ ils Viniug,, iat'
Sotofnmond. Volusla (County, Frlorida, ar-
of the Insurgents in particular, from if she did spill a drop or two on her hereby notitul d to file their amounts with
a corner of the barricade, was making scalp? A female convict ain't on view the und-erign-nd within six months from
remarkably effective practice on the like a society woman. Is she? to lawt. oJAM th P. b VINI
smaiant. At that moment up came "Of course as soon as we got on t -, Administrator.
a generaL the thimble game we put a stop to it Mayth, .
"We must get him to expose him- That didn't put a stop to the ink steal
elf," said the generaL "One of you in', though. I says to her one day on i'irst pu". June 1i' ; "lst puli. Aug. )
must clamber up on top of the bar- the way back from the schoolroom: Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
ricade; then, when our friend at the "'Well, Russell, no more poetry writ
other end of the street shows himself In' with ink what don't belong to ye. In countyy 'ourt.l g:t tof
to take aim, two or three of you fetch hey?' Floridal ) eH.nrietta Hryuiann
him down. Up with you. ser-eant'!" "She just smiled and mumbled some- AII, o*Lrs having clainls or dtetrtndt
"Beg your pardon, general, but per- thin'. n against the K. rt-te re Hb-nrit-ott Hey-
tnanani,dw-asae-d, are hereiy notilned to pire-
haps, you see. an insignificant noncom- "'Speak up,' says I. 'Do ye miss yer ewnt thi.em, to ith. undersigned within thil
missioned officer like myself may have Ink-yes or no?' tiie allowed ly iaw or ti~y will l ore-ver
i nrred tea. H CVMANN. Exetcutor
no attraction for him. but a handsome. *R ub-ub-ub.' says she. trying' to iavtona. Flori. inJu ANNe -. euo.
distinguished man like you. In that brush past me. But I grabbed her
stylish and becoming uniform-he'd be arm. I noliced a thin black thread of.
more than mortal if lie could resist sump'n trleiiln from her lips. Yes. Bids for Building Public School.
the temptation. I'll lend you a hand. sir! Would ye believe it? She was sealed proposals for furnishing material
enera and labor for there ert-tion complete of as
generaL" stealln' the people's Ink now to her lictk or concrete PFulith M-chool building a
mouthr'-New Orleans Times-Demo- llytouna, Florida, will Ie- rct--iv-d by, thi,
A Quaint London Custom. Trustees of said school up to August Idtth.
Scrat. ISIlI, at o'clock p. in., at whic-h tinte- ithb
It Is curious how few persons have sane will he publicly ol t-led ill the ity
noticed the ancient and quaint custom Poor Billiards. Hanl is.i on. city.laik forms o.
whichIsobservedeveryeveningPoor Billiardit. Plans. pecictltion d W
which Is obser ever ever ening dur- "One summer In the country," said propasmlt will Ie furnish.d on application
I gthe term In h walks orf tile Slid-b t to W. V. I -Garuno, ar*-hite-t. Mitiani. Fla.
ing the term in le walks o the alld- a well known amateur billiardist. "an- A deposit of ten dollars will tw re-quiretd l
tie emple oundin the call that other manand I were overtaken b a wih ill e reunde on return
wart members of the Inn that it i oter an pi,.s n islt-ltiofl .
warns members of the Inn that it i storm and had to go into a tavern for A crtitled ch-ck for two lar cent of the.
time to dress for dinner in the hall at shelter. The rain fell steadily. We a""ount bi'd wil-l I't reuired to lai-'-olIpant
I the hiti.s. th.,+ satt- ltinll mad'- pavahle t.
6. The custom is as old as the Mid- had three or four long hours before us the order of the. Trustie.s of thIe i)ayton
die Temple itself. where It alone exists. Time began to hang heavily on oure Pub'li' t' cho as a nuaran"te'- that the sfne-
At about 5:30 p. m. tlhe warder on dutyban ch -tesul b idder will enter into I hnds for thte
At about 50 p. m. te warder on duty hands. olpletion of the work. the sgan,- to I- re--
emerges from a side door of the hall "'Landlord.' said I. 'do you happen turned to all unsuccessful idders s qui-k
with an old fashioned cow horn. richly to have a billiard table The Truste. rs,-rv, tlr right to areject
ornamented with silver, and. corn- "'Sure,' said the landlord. 'Sure i' (or ti l'A ds.
menacing in Fountaincourt. blows a t step this wa. gents.'rtry
sustained blast on It. which he repeats uHe proudly threw open the door of
in New court. Essex court. Bric-k court a dark. study room. We saw an antie first pub. June- 2; in-.t pub..lilty 24t
Pump court. Elm court and at the en-i quoted table with a patched cloth, and Notice of Application for Tax Deed
trance to Crown office row. The whole In the corner was a rack of crooked Under Section 8, Chapter 4888,
operation lasts about ten minutes, and Ie nerecion apter 4
when it Is over the warder, who is a iu baY ad L Laws of Flol ida.
reun 'Any balls? said L ad h u-T 'E i hereby given that Aaura B.
kind of beadle n plain livery returns 'Sre,' said the landlord, and he un- N Miller. pureha-r of Tax (tilnat No.
the horn to the butler's pantry. No locked a closet and laid on the table 4t~I dated thethday ofJlune. A. I..lut-, uhat
body seems to take tiny noti. of the, filed said -ertifleate in mny omice, anllt ha>
oy seems ae any nte of te three white balls, all alike-there was made application for tax deed to issue ill
horn blowing except small lbvys and no spot, yon know accordance with law. taid certitl-ate -nlm-
ticket porters, who or-caslonally chaff .,But see here,' hramc: s the following de-scribed property
ket porters, whye herel, I remonstrated, situatl in Volusin County, Florida. to-wit:
the warder while lie is engaged In his 'how do you tell these balls apart?' Lot 5suLtof W t-2t Lot 5It >. RIk 71. i)laytona.
musical efforts.-Westinster GazetteThe said land twing ass-esse at the date of
rt t er te. Oh, that's all right,' said he. 'You the Issuance- of such certlicnte ill thit nane-
shoon get to know 'em by their shape.''" of oss Miller. witness said -.rtil-ate sl
She Ws the Boiler. lie lrt-henied aecordin-4 to law. taix de-ld will
he Was the oiler. -St. Louis (.lobe-)Democrat. i,-sue- thereon on thy 21iti day of Julv. A. it..
Topnoody made up his mind that he I 19.
wa not going to be ruled any longer The Price He Had to Pay For Expert W itne Ils smyolleal signature and se-al this
wrthe -litin day of June, A. I'. 1904.
by his wife. so when he went home at Surgical Treatment. ; Meall MAM D. .tILAN.
noon he called outimperiously: The famous surgeon Velpeau was i'lerk circuit c court, Voluinil'ounty. Florida
"Mrs. Topnoody, Mrs. Topnoodyr' visited one day at his house during
Mrs. Topnoody came out of the kitch- the consultation hour by a marquis
en, a dish rag tied round her head and renowned for his closeness. Velpeau iFirst pub. July :3; last putt. July :tl
a rolling pin in her hand. Informed the marquis that an opera- I AOTI Of SPECAl ELECTIIN
"Well, sir," she said, "what'll you tion was urgent and that the fee would 1 I I
bave amount to 4,000 francs. At this the
Topnoody staggered, but braced up. marquis made a wry face and left. A
"Jane, I want you to understand, fortnight later Dr. Velpea, while mak- HKRKAK. The tity Council of thi.- 'lty
madam," and he tapped his breast dra- ing his rounds in the Hopital de lak of Iaytona, Florida. on th wenty-
maticany, an eighth day of June.A. it..lMut.sutpi-t-ttothe
matically "I am the engineer of this Charite, had his attention attracted ihratfication by th. iiunulicipal trntchis.-
establishment". by a face that seemed familiar to him. electorate, granted the petition of The- East
In answer to his inquiry It wrastated Florida TT-lephoner toinpilny., its smu-ce-ssors
"Oh, you are, are you? Well. Wil- answer th and assigns, for a Iranehise to construct,
ia, I want you t understand that that the patient was a footman of a operate and lnminttin a telephout- system
Inm, I want you to understand that I.I nob n n the Faubourg St. Ger- In the 'ityof l>ytona. The- t-.ri olf said
and she looked dangerous--"l am the noflnan in t franchise art- as follow'T-:
main. The surgeon found that his case
boiler that will blow up and throw the resembled In every part ular the AN O)RINANCE- c. n-riuire The iEast
engineer over nto the next county. Do resembled prtlr the Florida Telephone opay to make
somewhat unusual one for which the certain improvemlentsn in the telephone
you hear the steam escaping. Wil- marquis had consulted him a fortnight system in l aytoaa. Volus Iounty.
ilnm r Ploridna. where.t-v the hotel., stores land
lm previously. He refrained, however, residences of Iltatona lany. without tid-
Wllam heard It. and he meekly in- from making any comments Three lay. ke- assur-dl of inaprove.d telephone
quired there was any assistance he week after te operation when the e and to grant to sid company
She eksafter ope on, when the right to -onstru-t, perate an
couenld render n the housework.-Pear- patent w about to be discharged, tai suh telephone sytl in
son's ,patient was about to be discharged, I .tonsa, Volusia mountt Florida.
son's Weekly. Dr. Velpeau called him aside and ex- ."Isi B THITF'i
claimed: "Monsieur, I am extremely ITl. ~' I IAYT4INA E.'ITI:t ','
eolo- o*F IAYtoiNa, FIoridt.\: t
Wherin They Were Alike. flattered and pleased to have been able t .tctiou !. That for and in -onsid,-ration
A country minister who in Scotland to cure you. There is, however, a by the orfmis Lhe tynrtoa, t"or dei vnd th,
was notoriously defective and hesitat- small formality with which you will fulinhti-ntofth-oilgationsat.nd,-oditions
Ing into his style of delivery in the pul- have to comply before 1 can sign your her,-inaft.-r nan ed on the pnrt of the- East
Fp lorida TeLephone C outpany. :ild fto itnpanv
pit was sitting having a cup of tea exeat-that is. you will have to sign shall without unlts'eslpany. id ti-l ptro
with one of the old spinsters connect- a check for 10,000 francs In behalf of tht" wirH.s and I1"' 's f its li"ne on B-an-h
ed with his congregation when he ob- the public charity bureau of your met- street with l served that the spout of the teapot ropolitan district." The patient's face .:CoUd Av-' uet, ud l l other streets where
was either choked or too narrow, beame livid. "You can do what you this e--nd -aid to-ly pir. itt .s.isi. city: to
"Your teapot, Miss Kennedy," he re- like about it," continued the doctor, :lassigts.. i. hn're-.y granterd a franc-his.- for
marked, "disna-disna rin weel." "but if you refuse all Paris will know alceo atrutle-.o'~ tlll l tl- 'itt o
"Aye, list like yourself AM. Broon," tomorrow that the Marquis de D. iaytoia. V'oiunia l'ountt. t, -orida. for th,.
pUrp oe- of suptplv ium th,- hlthlhl'itantit t he-r,--
retorted the nettled lady. "It has an adopted the disguise of a footman in o with tel-phon'-l ic -otnlal tileat ioil tw.-nty-
nco pinlr delivery." order to secunr free treatment at thil I four hours e-ach da.: tlh- s;:ld r'rant.e-. it-


BR ISH PRICES.

V Very OD rut From tim Kiag In Ex-
emptioa From Laws.
-o privileged the king of Enagand
In his exemption from any and every
law that one would naturally expect
his children might do pretty much as
they like. But Englishmen have al-
ways been very Jealous of royal per-
sonages, and the fact is that princes
enjoy very few privileges indeed. A
prince of the royal blood may be fined,
like any ordinary mortal, If his motor
Scar exceeds the legal limit of speed.
The Prince of Wales cannot be sued
personally for debt. If the debt Is not
paid the creditor may take oat a sum-
mona, but he must summon the treas-
urer, not the prince. If the case goes
against the treasurer the money is paid
out of the prine's assets.
No child of the king who Is under
twenty-fve can marry without the
king's consent. Supposing, however, a
prine over twenty-fve.desired to marry
and the king refused his consent, then
the prince could give notice of his In-
tention to the privy council. After that
he would have to restrain his patience
for a whole year. If during that time
either the house of lords or the house
of commons disapproved-of the mar-
riage It could not take place. But If
both houses of parliament were satis-
fied the prince could marry the woman
of his choice.
A prince has not even the right to edu-
cate his own children, for it was long
ago laid down that the king has the
cre and education of his grandchil-
dren while they are minors.-London
Teleraoh.
He Was Very Charitable.
Among the features of a charity
bazaar held in London was a refresh-
ment stall, to which charitable donors
contributed supplies, thus enabling al
the takings to represent clear profits.
The lady In charge requested a gift for
this purpose from a well known and
wealthy gentleman in the city, but one
not famous for "parting." To her sur-
prise she received-uext day a note to
the effect that he was sending her a
sirloin of beef and two ox tongues
The same morning the lady happen-
d to go to her butcher (who was also
the butcher of Mr. X.). and. after giv.
Ing him a large order for her stall
asked him If he would like himself to
give anything.
"I should very much, ma'am," replied
the worthy trademan, "but I yester-
day gave to Mr. X, at his request for
this purpose, a srlon of beef and three
ox tongues."
Net gain to Mr. X.: One ox tongue
and a cheap reputation for charity--
London RStrdard

A Real John Des.
"Thre goes a man who would be
justified In changing his name," said
the city "e9mrnan "His name Is real-
ly Doe, and John In the bargain-John
Doe. Moreover, he has a sister Jae.
I wonder what kind of Joke their par-
ents were trying to perpetrate on those
helplei mortals. Doe sa surname
was bad enough wtthodt adding to the
offense by tacking on John and Jane.
When I first met John Doe 1 didn't
take his name seriously. I thought
the man who Introduced s was en-
joying a little pleantry at my ex-
pense or maybe at the expense of John
Doe. I smiled. John Doe did not
smlle.
"'You don't believe it,' he said. 'but
unfortunately it is true. I am the fa
mous Doe.'
"Later I met his sister Jane and the
rast of that particular Doe family
They assured me that there are a num
ber of Does in town. I presume there
are, but I trust that in most cases the-
old folks had sense enough not to
christen their offspring John and
Jane."--New York Press.

The Way It Goes.
"What sort of a customer Is Brown V'
"Fine. He always pays his bills on
the 10th of the month."
"And what do you know about
Oreen?"
"I don't know much about Green's
credit. You see, he always pays cash
when he gets anything, and so I
couldn't say whether he's honest or
not."-Detrolt Free Press.


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Mrs. Celeste Hinks, Proprietress, Daytona Beach Fla.
Are you going to spend the summer on the beach? Then why not
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PRICES MODERATE.
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Preaimt Vice-Pres.


MERCHANTS
;IBANe(' OF VOLUSIA CoIrVN
Capital Stock........................
Surplus and l profits .....................
Four per cent interest paid on Savings a
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LOCAL TIME CARD No. 79. Effective Jane I. 19.


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BANK
B BANK)
...............- 50,000
.............165
cconnts and Time Cer-
red for withdrwals.

or Rent.


No. No. 29 1I1
DNo.L No. 29 MAIN LINE i NoT. No. 82
DAILY DAILY i DAILY DAILY
4 00 pm 9 30 am Lv JacknMville 1r 7 :, pin .i t 0 ,iam
5 2 pmt 10 55 am Lv .S.t.rAur--titne Ar i tl pain 7 70 am a
S27 pm 11 56 am Lv East I'alaika Lv us .i 6 Im am
8t pm 1 32 pm I.v ... (trmlinl ...-. Ix Lv ;I:1n 24 fNamjl Pullman Buffet Parlor r
8I1 p tt 44pm Lv .... Dayt:na .... Lv :3 li pInt 15 anm
8 5 pm 2 pm Lv .NewSmyrna v 2 1) pm 3 40 am operated on trades 2 and Is b
10 00 pm 3 3 pm Lv .Titisville... .v I 25 pm 2 2; am i tween Jacksonmilleald MIUai
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10 47 pm 4 48 pm Lv...R,<.kl.h-tie.... L 12412 .in. 1 44 am n.
11 ) pm 4 57 pm Lv ..Et LL t.allie. .Lv 12 I) In 1 12 am Pullman Buffet Seeper be-
11 30 pm 5 07. pmt 'l.. Mtelh ,rnLe l.v 12 ,- l>mai L t0 am !; tween SNew York and Knights
1 28 am 7 05 pm Lv.... Ft. Pierv-e ..'L. I,12an !20 ) pm Key over A. C.L. LLine noth of
34 am 9 17 pm Lv..W.PIalin eah I.\ il t alm t 10 m Jacksonvillebanhadledonu tr
6 30 am i1 30 pm IAr .... Miami ... L% :) atn tf 0tpm: M5and a,
7 00am.......... .... Miami ...... .......... 5 : 85 nd
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10 44 am ......... i. n;Key.. .v ...............1 amu
11 S) am ....... Ar Kiltht' Kev L .......... I U0 n a
O*600m -.......... r Key Wc-.t. L.v.... ..... 30 am
6 10 am ..........Ar .... Hlavana.-.. -- ........... 3 00 pm
Sunday. Tuesday and Tlithur'ay'.. arrival, at Key We t-
tTuesday-. Thursday andl .atuirdanay. 'i-partjure- from Key West
IMondays, Wednes-lay, anid Friiny-. arrival and lrepartures at Havana.

PALATKA BRANCH
Leave East' EAST PALATKA TO. .-rie Ie Iave PALATKA TO EAST IArrleEast
Palatka P I'AATKA !e!ak;a lalatka PALATKA Palatka


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LeaevEaERt EA-4T 1'AIl,.XT\ -XTO) xrriecSti'll'!r MA MATO TO EAST ArriveEsi
Palatka SA -X 31 A I Et ,1t-)PAAK aak

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No. i9 No. N-.eiw 5W iNo. 52 54N4. 56 5
Itaily- Italy lbailv ~ie ORT BRANCH Net.ily 0IaiiV j Daily Iaily [aiTi
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4 25 pi 11 51) am L....dtrn.. q~te I 25. j. m I
4 11) pm 1? 0I) a r'---- r-u 2 Sjn ll
Couaseldoa made a tKnights Key with P. & cP. S %. *Co. for Key We a&ad Havaga. Ca".
WTb~.TIMLE TABLES .how the tome% at ue ich trairs he expey be 'ted to arive at and depout fr,.,.the
vearaml ulali; but their arrival or dpArture- ar atte times stated i snotgmaranteed mar i isS AMCoa
to held reepomsib fw oan% deliy or any con.urtc-ss eintros ngttrcfroe..
MOR COPY OF THE LOCAL TIME CAR)D OR 01-HER INFORMA7LON 'SEE KTHE IICKI. r AGEN17
L 0. RAHNERGeareI Pausengcr Agent ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA


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