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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: July 24, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
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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: SPECIAL TONVEL SALE
Owing to the late arrival of a shipment of one hundred dozen Towels
ihih we should have received early in the spring, but arrived after our
soon 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
rth 124 cents, but we must get rid of them and.will close out the entire
i dozen at 3 for 25 cents or.95c a dozen. Do not fail to get what towels
.aI need at this ridiculously low price. See the window display.

;HE PECK-HENDRICKS COMPANY.
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Pictures.


SAny customer purchasing $2..oo worth of Gro-
ries for cash. I will sell a handsome framed pict-
Syour own selection out of one hundred and fifty
objects, size 23x27, for only 59 cents.


A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME


desorate your homes. You don't have to buy
o0 worth at one time. Ask for coupons.
-;TPictures on display in my window. Worth in
ulay way ~1.5o to $2.oo each. Call and see them


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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.


Daytona Electric Co.


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Two rAYTMA INEGOES SHE STATE IATE MSw

GET INTO LE. 0If RI INTEREST.

Alleged to Have Stolen From Ira News Notes From Many of the
Davis and Were Caught Cities and Towns in the
With the (oods. State of Florida.
Frank Weaver and Robert Mor- Sanford's new electric light plant
ris, two Daytona negroes, were is being installed.
locked up in Jacksonville Thursday The grocersof Leesburg have dis-
of last week on the charge of lar- continued the practice df soliciting
ceny. They were a part of the ex- grocery order from private h
cursion crowd that left this place ordr r r .
Thursday morning, the 14th, and had Free maildelivery was inaugu-
only been in Jacksonville forty-five rated in DeLmand last Thursday,
minutes when they were gathered three carriers being employed on
in, given a preliminary hearing andthe routes.
held to the Criminal Court on The tax valuations on Hillsbor-
bonds of $200, failing to secure ough county property, including
which they were sent to the Duval real estate, personal, railroads and
County Jail. telegraph lines, amount this year to
These negroes had been working $16,000,000.
for Ira Davis at this place, but quit A thirty-year franchise has been
their work Wednesday night to go granted Y. Clarke, of Leesburg
to Jacksonville on the excursion to supply that town with electric
When Mr. Davis awoke Thursday lights and an improved waterworks
morning he discovered that he had system
been robbed of $5 in cash and a pair
of shoes. He then decided to go to The Masons of Oeala are planning
Jacksonville and on the train he to erect a new Masonic hall and a
saw his two former workmen and theatre, to cost not less than $15,-
.noticed that one of them was wear- 000. The proposed building will
ing the stolen shoes i be 60 feet wide and 110 feet deep
Mr. Davis, who is in charge of a Orange trees and the fruit never
gang of men installing the water- looked better than they do at pres-
works system in this city, took ent. The fruit is half grown and
charge of the two negroes and the rains are making the trees put
turned them over to Policeman on immense growths.-Volusia
Lotsey, of Jacksonville. They were County Record.
sent to police headquarters and The State Board of Health has
after warrants had been sworn out decided to establish a bacteriolog-
for them they were given a prelimi- al laboratory in Tampa and has
nary hearing before Justice Willard, authorized the erection of a suitable
this being allowable owing to the building on a site to be provided by
fact that the stolen property was, thecity.
taken from them in that city and in !
the presence of the victim of their The sector of anta Ra county
work, and, as stated above, both are to vote again in a "wet" and
were held for trial in the Criminal' dry" election o.n qly at, an elec-
Court. tion ayving ben eaUled by the
county commissioners for that date.
Operateg on for APBldig tis. Santa Roa is iow in the dry column.
pnny Fagan, who is employed At a mass meeting ot IWaeland
in the S. W. (arroll grocery store citizens h a few nights ago, a
on North Peach street and makes resahtit~ was passed unanimously
his home with his unc j aA4 aunt, favoring a bond issue of $65f0,ti
was opertd o. lor a ppeudicitis for the erection of twQo nw schools
Monday afternoon, by Dr. C. C. B,- and the extenaon of the waterworks
hannon, Aisaisted by Doctors Roy yWate!.
Howe and C. W. Ckowning, Dr. The commissioner ofaLeon county
CarroUl a)ls being present, have pas( d a resolution favoring
Loony complained of severe pai44 the bonding of the county for $.Aiu,.
in the stomach Sunday morning 000 for the building of hard sur-
and Dt,. Carroll attributed it to faceroad. The date for holding
acute indigestion, but not yielding the election will not be set until the
to treatment and increasing in se I August meeting of the board.
verity, Dr. Carroll made another k has been organized at
examination and deciding it must be A ank has been organized at
eaintio deing it s Crescent City, Putnam county, with
appendicitis sent for Dr. Bohannon, recent City, Putnam county, w tho
who agreed in the latter diagnosis. f capital of $C15,000. K eeted
The young man's father, W. D. of ejected
Fagan, Sr., was notified and arrived president, Ifrhert .. tee, of Jac-
from Gainesville Monday afternoo~, le, vice ppesidt and C. K.
upon it e a esr 'o "' v. )e a i.. c )ii.
and upon gyis giy j5 kis psen to Joes, of aos Qa.( c-shir.
the opetjon it was performed, as The c~ity mcateissioners of
stated, being entiry successlf l oan Manatee county have named John
at tlis writing the pitet is doing T. Ca Mpbel, cashier of the Bank
:al hy. To Manatee, Bradentown, R. H.
Johnaon, cashier of the Bank of
Court Matters, Bradentown, and A. M. Lamb,
Gua Franoia and John Hamilton, i ashier Manatee County State Ban


colored, were arrested Friday of last of Palmetto, as bond trusteeG wko
week by the overseer of the convict will handle the .I5b't P bond issue
camp on the DeLand road and held for io &oW t4 to he built in Mana-
in the barracks there until lee.
Sheriff John My;fm, who was uoti-,
.ed y phone, could take charge of Mr. an, MrW. W. Branch, pr,-
ieo toAi The Willmer, on South
heX were brou. I a PagytoVi c4~ etto avenue, who hav heen
Sand giveR a hearing 'before Jusatc touring in the noit aund west, re,
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YACOT AIIIST CmIlT.

Will Be a Comfortable and Co6
venient Craft.-WUI Not Be
Launched Until Fal.
W. W. Austin is putting the fin-
ishing touches on a handsome cruis-
ing yacht t his shop in the rear of
the hotel on Beach street and al-
though practically complete he will
not launch the boat until some time
i-i the fall.
Mr. Austin I.as been building boa a
for a number of years and this one,
in construction, convenienceand ap-
pearance, is the acme of his experi-
ence in thepast. Herfinish is very
handsome indeed and Mr. Austin
has utilized every inch of space to
advantage and looked to future con-
venience in every detail. Her gas
and water tanks are well arranged
and out of view and she is abund-
antly supplied with cupboards and
locker room.
There are two comfortable berths
in the main cabin and another in
the engine room, a convenient little
galley or kitchen, and toilet room.
The new boat is evidently built
on speedier lines than The Austin,
Mr. Hotchkiss' boat, ihich was also
of Mr. Austin's construction and is
at present in his charge, for she is
of greater length and not so much
beam, being eleven by forty-two
feet.
Her large deck aft, about eleven
feet square, will be covered by an
awning, making a very comfortable
lounging place in fair weather.
She will be a charming oraft for
cruising in the coas waters and her
many advantages and conveniences
to numerous to mention must he
seen to be appreciated.


Apiary at New Susyroa.
Gsa J. VandeVord returned Mos-
day afternoon from New Smyrna,
where he had been looking up an
opening for an apiary. Mr. Vande- I
Vord found a place, with which he
was very much pleased, on the pen- I
insula south o New Smyrna and
moved some of his bees to the new
location the middle of the week.
The yielding of nectar again by the
mangrove about Xew Smyrna is
very encouraging to the bee-keepers i
of that locality. It has made con-
siderable growth since the last
freeze and this year gave a very
satisfactory crop of honey.

U~Tuio* to Oeofgia.


The Georgia Souther and Flor-
ida Railway has arranged to run
their popular excursion to points in
Georgia on Thursday, July 29th. A
special train will leave Jacksonville
at it a. m., and will consist .of
through Pullman cars and first-class
coaches, and is due to arfX n W';
Valdosta at 12:30 noA Macoa at
6:.3 p. m., anq Atinta at 9:30 p.
m. Te s tickets wll be good re-
t ig0 on any regiaAr train tWil
an including Monday b is t, Aug-
ust 2.


ThiA t i wil be personally con-
'idite by the district passenger
agent of the Georgia Southern and


Florida Railway, and there will be
an abundance of refreshments and
edibles and plenty of seats for all
without crowding. In fact, eery-
thing that can possibly be done for
the comfort of the passengers will
be looked after. The best of order I
will be maintained on this ex-
tuiion, and ladies and children
will be as well cared for as on the
regular train. This will be a grand
opportunity for the people from
Florida to visit their friends in
Georgia and the Carolinas. There
will be no signing of tickets and
one hundred and fifty pounds of
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with killing (uail. out of season. get back to the cool breezes of the
Each of them had a bird in his pos- East Coast. They found itextreme-
session when taken. They plead ly hot in Minneapolis and other
guilty and were bound over to the points and concluded they could be
Criminal Court under bond of 100. more comfortable at their homp
Eugene Gibson, Midway, was also here, where the summer's heat is
before Justice Iitus Saturday morn- tempered by reehing sea breezes
ing, having been arrested -by the -
colored marshal, Gad 'Vay'o;,' *-Pearl Qt4 Artifial Stone Co.
charged with appropriai9g another sells brick at #A per 1,(00. tl
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SATURDAY, J


Wl lL P. eIEAL PASSES


AWAY AT JACISVLLE.


The "Bald Eagle of Volusia" Dies
After an illness of Five
Months.
Major George P. Healey, one of
the most widely known men in
Florida, is dead.
The end came at 7. o'clock,
Tuesday morning, July h, at the
DeSoto Sanitarium, ksonville,
after an illness of aboutve months.
The direct cause of demise was
heart failure, but to a few
months ago he was in excellent
health and was one of the most
active men in Florida.
Major Healey was a native of
Pennsylvania, and served creditably
in the Federal Army during the
Civil War. Many years ago he re-
moved to Seville, in Volusia county,
where he engaged in orange culture
and took a prominent part in the
politics of the State.
In conventions he was often heard,
and his face was familiar at every
session of the Legislature until the
recent one.
His-extensive acquaintance with
prominent men all over the State,
and his activity in behalf of certain
propositions,, rendered him effect-
ive in legislative matters. Strenu-
ous as a worker in politics, he
claimed the friendship of his oppo-
nents because of his cheerful dispo-
sition. Several years ago his activ-
ity in political debates excited much
attention, and he was known all
over the State as the "Bald Eagle of
Volusia."
A couple of years ago he removed
to Jacksonville and claimed that
city as his home until his death.
Major Healey was an active and
enthusiastic member of the Order
of Elks, and that organization had
charge of the funeral, which was
held Thursday morning in the
chapel of Undertaker Marcus
Conant, at Jacksonville.


In Favor of Bonding.
Editor Gazette-News:-We have
read with interest your article in
the last issue of the News, relative
to bonding the county for more and
better roads.
We think it a little remarkable that
such an article has not appeared in
the Gazette-News long ago.,and the
first followed by others, until the
people of the county are fully awak-
ened to the importance of this
matter.
Only a few weeks ago the writer
was discussing this question with
Commissioner Bradahaw, and was
glad to find him fully awake to the
importance of this matter, and in
favor of a bond issue by the county
for hard surfaced roads.
I trust, that since the question is
opened, we may have a general dis-
cussion of the same that will bring
out important information, and in
the end lead to some definite action.
"The ever-restles ocean is odr
emblem, .which, girt within the
eternal laws of gravitation, is pine
only because never stilL" Let us
keep this good roads question
moving, until Volusia county be-
comesfamous for her good roads.
Port Orange wants to see a good
hard surfaced road from Seabreeze
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tALD. Etr Se and Daytona k h.
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)RATED) SEABREEZE, July 21-The town is will remain until October when Mrs.
1 using part of the dirt removed in grad- Kochersperger, who is Mrs. Pratt's
a, Florida, as Second Class Matter. ing Ora street to fill in the approach to sister, will accompany them iorth on a
I Peninsula bridge. It would seem to be visit with relatives in Maine.
a wise investment of public moneys to It is reported that Dr. E. L. Potter
ON RATES. build an attractive and substantial en- has leased the Colonnades for next
$1.50 trance to the city at both the river season.
.75 and ocean approach. First impressions Tle regular Tuesday evening dance
............40upon entering a place are apt to be at the Colonnades was a moet enjoyable
lasting. The bridge company have affair, and the dancers were out in full
IULY 24, 1909 completed their work by laying a solid force
stone abutment at the east end of the
bridge. DAYTONA BEACH, July 21-Rev.
f Rev Addyman Smith will preach George Moore. former rector of St. An-
C IM O N D I Sunday morning at the M. E. church. drews Parish, Fort Pierce, will conduct
Mr. Farrell arrived from Pittsburg vesper service at the Seaside Inn Sun-
Saturday, and A ill be here some time in day afternoon. The vesper service last
ORMOND, July 21-A fine show- consultation with contractors in regard Sunday, conducted by Dr. Marst, was
er of short duration passed over to the erection of a winter home on much enjoyed. He spoke interestingly
townthis morning, which was very Halifax avenue. Mrs. Farrell, daughter on the wonderful I Will power in man.
th ht, str Margaret and mother are spending the Miss Evernden was in charge of the
refreshing after the hot, sultry day summer at Georgian Bay, Canada. Mr. music, which was also much enjoyed.
and night of Tuesday. Farrell is comfortably located at the Rev. Addyman Smith and wife have
We are glad to see the smiling Princess Issena. taken rooms in the Harroun apartment
face of our up-river friend on the Dan Fuquay is rushing along Mrs. house for the remainder of the season.
streets again, Earl Bacon, who has Smith's new cottage on Earl street. It Rev. Smith was former pastor in charge
S a f will be ready for occupancy in less than here, and he and his good wife are re-
been spending a few weeks at Ln- two weeks time. ceivng a warm welcome from their
ville, N. C., where he has a summer The foundation work began Monday circle of friends.
cottage, on three artificial stone cottages to be Selden & Company will move from
Mrs. Milo McNeil, who has been built for Miss Minnie Kelley on Pine their present location in the Brown
very ill, isout again and fast re street. B. F. Martindale, manager ot building to the Oyama new brick block,
gaining her health. Pearl Grit Artificial Stone Co., has the near Seaside Inn, withip the next ten
airing her healtcontract for the building of six cottages days. They will put in modern furnish-
Aunt Electra Hurd has been quite for Miss Kelley. two of which are ready ings, and perhaps add to their present
sick and was removed to the home to cover, which will be laid in asbestos stock of goods.
of Chas. McNary, where she could shingles. Tom Dougherty, an experi- Mrs. Barse and Ruth left Tuesday, as
have proper nursing and is now eneed mason, is foreman on the work. previously mentioned, on a visit to
slowly improving. Miss Annie Smith, after a pleasant their old home in Barnesville, Ohio.
owly improving. visit with the Misses Tomlinson, re- Miss Mildred Taylor, a classmate of
Capt. Shaw, of the U. 8. Life turned to DeLand last week Miss Etta Freeman, is expected from
Saving Service, is in town for a Mrs. Cora Bryant and little daughter, Maimi Friday, and will stop enroute to
short vacation with his family. He who have been visiting with Mr. and Jacksonville and Fernandina for a day's
frequently takes a run from his Mrs. Timmons on Grandvlew avenue, visit with Miss Etta at Pinehurst.
oce in Jacksonville to town for a have returned to their home in the Mrs. J. J. Bishop is in DeLand this
interior, week on a visit with her mother.
day or two. Mrs. W. L. Cochran and children leave Mrs. Livingston and family, Mrs.
SMiss Bessie Sawyer is visiting this week for their home at Rockmant, Towsey and little daughter arrived theI
her aunt, Mrs. I. H. Sawyer, in St. Ga, after a several week's visit at the latter part of last week and are sojourn-
Louis. She left for that cit last home of Mr. and Mrs. Tomlinson on ing at Coquina Lodge.
Sla Pinewood avenue. Daytona Beach Hotel had a full house
Saturday. Miss Turner, of Kingston, spent Sun- Sunday, and served dinner for forty-bix
Jas. Carnell has a gang of men at day with Miss Lund and parents on guests.
work getting things in shape to go Valley street. Among the prominent people of San-
south as soon as the guava crop is J. H. Alien has cleaned up his lot on ford, Mayor Forrest Lake and wife are
rip. Valley street and set the ground to guests at Daytona Beach hotel.
Ar of t to sweet potato slips. Mrs. Alexander, mother of Hon. J E.
goodly number of the towns- Harry Brigham left last Thursday to Alexander, is over from DeLand spend-
people took advantage of the low join his wife at Portland, Maine. ing some time at the White House.
rates to Jacksonville last Thursday P. R. Ridgeway, mail carrier for Sea- Dr. Wm. MeKentify, wife and two
and visited that city, many stopping breeze and Daytona Beach, and family daughters, Misses McKentrev, and son,
over until the next day before re- have gone to Monteagle for a two Will MeKentrey and his two little
t months' stay. In the meantime Arthur daughters are here for the -eason, occu-
turning. Budgen will attend to his duties, and pying the Hibbard beach cottage. Dr.
J. E. Francis is enlarging his run the delivery wagons. McKentrey and family are prominent
warehouse which looks as is if Phillip Stuart has improved his home people of Gainesville.
Uncle Jim means business next on Atlantic avenue by the addition of a Mr. and Mrs. Scruggs arrived last 1
winter. Messrs. Mason and Stew- new front porch. Saturday from Ocala and have taken
art doing t wrR. T. Butler is spending a short time Pleasantview beach cottage for a month.
Sd in Asheville, N. C., before continuing They are relatives of Mrs. D. Dryer.
--- his trip to Arkansas. S. H. Davis, Huntington; J H. Burns,
SI Dr. Evernden came up from Delray Lockhart; Mrs E. T. Duckworth and'
PORT RANSaturday on a few days' visit to his children, Orlando; J. G. Ellsworth, San-
SIfamily. ford, are among the recent arrivals at'
SRev. Geo. Moore and wife arrived Daytona Beach Hotel. i
PORT ORANOGE, July 22-Miss from Fort Pierce last week, and are Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain and son
Maude Carter is visiting friends in comfortably located for a two we-eks' and Mr. Dressnor and wife, of Sanford, I
Jacksonville. stay at the Evernden home on Oakridge are pleasantly located at Surf Crest.
a enue. They leave next week for Mrs. C. I.. Smith and son, Kirby. are
Contractor J. Newman, of New Momence, Ill. visiting with Mr. and Mrs. A. Vande-i
Smyrna, is visiting J. A. Tedder. R. M. Mallery has had the east end of Vorde, until their new home on Earl.
T. J. Sparkman and family have his resident lot much improved by fill- street, Seabreeze is completed.
moved into their town house. ing in with dirt to be disposed of ilp Mrs. Peters came over from Geneva
John Glass, of Titusville visited grading Ora street, which adjoins his and is wjth her daugnlter. Mrs. Nichol-
n tuvi, visited property on the south, son, who is on the sjpk list.
friends here last week. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Thrasher, Mr. A very neat retaining wall of cement
A. J. Hicks, the candy manufact- Morgan and Miss Mettinger, of Sanford. has just been completed on (randview
urer, is sojourning in Arlington, are occupying the Buchannan cottage avenue fronting on the properties of
near Boston, Mass Hle says he is until August first. Mr. Thrasher is a Mrs. C. E. Spsrbet, Mrs. Corn Powell
having real good time. prominent merchant of the Celery City 'and Mrs. E. H. Rogers. It is quite an
Raing a real good time and Mr Morgan, druggist. They have improvement to this block, and the'
Richard Vase' house is enclosed, their car with them and are enjoying property holders, having done much to
He is building a much better house our beach and inland drives., improve this street, are anxious that
than the one that was burned. Little Miss Camille Taylor entertained the town should do its part by finishing ,


The carpenters are at work on some fifteen of her young friends Mon- the shelling of the street.
Mrs. Glawson's cottage. day afternoon on Grandview avenue on Mrs. E. L. Howard's new cottage on
Ms laons' ta the occasion of her third birthday. The Palmetto avenue, which was turned:
Allen Jones has sold his lot on dinner was set on the lawn. The pro- over to her from Contractor Burdick a
Orange street to Mr. Baggett, the ceedings were somewhat rushed on short time ago, has been neatly fur-
section foreman, account of the threatened rain, and the nished and is now ready for occupancy.
W. V. Carter is taking down the party adjourned to the house to finish H. M. Getty and family, who were
Luffbery factory on Ridgewood out an enjoyable program of games. visiting Mrs. Getty's brother, Mr. Al-
avenue, north of town, and selling The pretty little hostess received ston, at Ocean Villa, have returned!
the lumber. numerous gifts. home.
A. J. Dugger is building a larger Mrs. S. T. Sistiunk. two children and Dr. Npwland, wife and two children,
kitchen to his home near the depot. sister, Miss Atchinson, arrived from Ocala and Mr. Pooser, DeLand, are
Dr. DuBois is having a cottage Ocala and will occupy the Comanche among the late arnivalsat Ocean Villa."
built on the River Shore, north of until the close of the season. This will A boat party of eight from Ocean
Herbert avenue. be pleasant news to those who are plan- Villa made up a fishing party for the
ning a campaign of social events for Inlet Tuesday. They chartered the
K. of P. Install Officers. Seabreezebeach, as Mrs. Sistrunk and Wide-a-Wake, Capt Holland on deck.
At the regular meeting of Foun- Miss Atchinson entertain most gra- The Stewart beach cottage adjoining
tain City Lodge. o. 6, o ghs of iously. the Seaside Inn on the north, was taken
Stain City Lodge, No. ;i, Knights of Mrs. Geneveve Hesser has closed her by the following party this week: Mrs.
Pythias, the following officers were cottage and will spend some time at J. Nelson Jones, daughter, Louise and
installed, Deputy GIrand Chancellor the Mayfield before leaving for Mont- mother, Mrs. Weaver, of Ocilla, Gta.
Wesley Herrick officiating as install- eagle, Tepn., for a two months' stay. and Mrs. Jones' sister, Mrs. J. G Fer-
ing officer. Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Wilson, chil- guson and son, Ray, of Ocala. Mrs.
A. I loka chancellor Com ren and maid will arrive this week and Jones spent a summer at Srabreeze
A. K Chancellor Corn- occupy the Mjami beach cottage. Mr. some four years ago. and will bt pleas-
muander. Wilson is a prominent hardware man of antly remembered by those who met her.
Ed. Cameron-Vice Chancellor. Sanford. A big delegation caine over in their,
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stay at the Seaside Inn. PIUip E. RRel~aUs. AreiMt9et-
Frank Smith and Joe Goodman, after NatSooal da i
a week at the beach, have returned to arr J M. i
Winter U1e140w
DeLand |In Porsl
Buungalws
The official board of the M. E. Church Paio Homse,
held a business meeting last night. idens)
There will be a "measuring social" at dos)
the M. E paronage next Friday even- ,avannah.
ini All attending are requested to ,Tamp.


be provided with 2 cents for every foot
of their stature and a cent for each ad-
ditional inch. The receipts are for the
Epworth League fund toward (the new
addition to the church. A pleasant
evening is promised all who attend.

Painfully Scalded.
E L. Shear, proprietor of the
Daytona Steam Laundry, met with
a painful accident at his place of
business on North Beach street,
Wednesday morning.
It seems the pump on the engine
had not been working satisfactorily
and while Mr. Shear was examining
the check valve, it blew out, the hot
water flying into his face and pain
fully scalding the left side of his
face and neck. Fortunately his
eyes were not injured, although his
left eyelid was included in the dam-
age.
Dr. C. C. Bohannon was called
and dressed the burn and Mr. Shear,
who is at present living on the
beach with his family, is as com-
fortable as could be expected and
will probably have no serious re-
sults from the accident.

"Jump Short Pie."
In a catalogue of out of the way.
dishes a feast of the Rev. R LI. Bar-
ham may be Included. The author of
"Ingoldsby Legends." his son relates.
on visiting one of his parishioners was
asked to dine and have some "Jump
short pie." He did so and made a
hearty meal. "It's very nice-tastee
like lamb. Why the odd same'" be
asked. "Well sir," said his host. "It
Is lamb. You see, the young lambs ti
the mesh try to get over the drains A
good many of 'em jump short, tumble
In and get drowned. Then we hooks
'em out and puts 'em into a pie. Hare
another help. sir?" Barham declined
-London Tatler.
April Snow.
A snow flurry in April is still looked
upon as a blessing in some parts of
New England, where plates, eups and
all sdrts of dishes are placed to catch
the flakes. Every drop of the melted
snow is carefully collected and bottled
and labeled "April snow," for use as
an eyewater. It was once considered
an Infallible cure for granulated eye-
lids and sties.-New York Tribune.
Seamanehip.
"I see that new ocean liner can
steam her 26 knots an hour," said
Smithers from his paper.
His wife looked up from her knitting
with a bright smile.
"I suppose they steam the knots so
that the poor sailors can untie them
more easily." she observed tranquilly.
-St. Louis Republic.
Not That Kind.
Weary Walker-Lady, could yer help
a poor feller a little? I've got a back-
in' cough an' a headache. Mrs. Kin-
dling-Well. I've got a little wood out-
side you could hack. and it might cure
your headache. Weary Walker-Much
obliged, mum; but, yer see, my head-
ache ain't of the splittln' kind.-Lon-
don Scraps.


Not Hidden.
"There J9 one loss that a man never
advertises," says the Philosopher of
Folly, '"t1a of his reputation. But he
Ce4n always be sure that kin friends
will attend tq that for 4nt.'--Cleye-
land Leader. .
The Grouchy View.
Secretary (writing advertisement)-
Wa\nt d. nu Intelligent young man. un-
marrhid- Old Grouch-Leave out the
"unmarried." You said intelligent.
didn't you ?-Exchange.


HELPFUL WORDS
From a Daytna Citizem.
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Does It ac-he espeially after exertion?
Is there a soreness in the kidney
region?
'Thews syliptoms inlicate weak kid-
neys:
There is danger in delay.
Weak kidneys fast get weaker.
Give your trouble prompt attention.
Doan's Kidney Pills art quickly.
They strengthen weak kidneys.
Read this Daytona testimony.
T. B. Brown. S. Ridmewood avenue,
Daytona, Fla.. says: "My baek a-Iche
for several months and was very lane.
If I attempted to lift anything. shari
pains would seize ne,ald l I could hardly
regaiu a n ert t position. Tl h kiduet
ec-retions did not a t in a noruilal aisan
Ier iaitli ;l-)<) e',an aiield t tedir e-lit


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THURSDAY, JULY 29th, 1909.


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Special train of Pullman cars and first-class coaches will leave
Jacksonville 9 a.n. making connect tions from East Coast pointe,-
and is due to arrive in Valdosta 1 ::.15 noon, Macon 5:30 p n. -r ad
Atlanta 9::, p.m. i. This train will be I ersonally conducted. Teik-
ets good returninig ,n any train until and including Monday night,
August 21. For seats in I'Pllman ear or other information, address
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complete in every line. Prices
treatment right. Reference

IL-ROWE & Co., The Jewelers.

). Rogers spent the week end
Ie, returning to Lake Ashby,
wy afternoon.


B.Dunagan was in the city
i1Thursday of last week until
ai afternoon.
mxall Remedies,
Young's Pharmacy.
. Fred Aldrich went last Sat-
*to Cocoa, her former home,
hw day's visit. _
SAlviere Milligan returned
fatrday, as expected, from a
|t with her sister at Miami.
r. W. W. Wilder and family
-sojourning on the beach,
log moved over last Saturday.
t. Houghton, dentist, west end
* Bridge. Peck block, phone 32.
P. Smith was in the city from
Smyrna Saturday afternoon ac-
nuied by a party in his auto-

IL. Gunn, manager of the elee-
ht plant, made a business
,.Tampa Mondly, returning
afternoon.
it reductions on summer
-The Globe. From 250o to
ount. 8-2t
Spring has purchased the
of R. L. Cooper, of Kings-
will continue the service.
per has gone north.
metal girders having arrived
waes resumed Monday on the
Gardiner store building by
Jacob Espedahl.
save $2 per M-by using homr
SPearl rit Artificial Stone Co
Seabreeze, Fla.


-
dances at the Clare.sin
kSeabreeze, are now being
Wednesday night instead of
dy night, as heretofore.


aytona Cornet Band expect
a minstrel show at Wilmans
lHonse, Seabreeze, some time
btthe next few weeks, for the
0s of raising money for uni


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ive you seen the new bulletin,
|i College of Liberal Arts?"
copy. See Ad. page 2.
Eit Whitford, Seventh Day Ad-
l;i who makes his headquarters
I. Harvey in this city, was
irmond this week giving bible
l1jg. Last week Mr. Whitford
i(visitor at Hawks Park.


ie Miss Dorothy Gould re-
d Tuesday from Holly Bill,
g she had been visiting the
a Quattlebaum. She was ac-
anied by quite a party of Holly
girls who returned on the
hoaund train.


nry Van Elorn will be at home
lt ten 4ays with his well drill-
iti"( prepared to accommodate
wanting a flowing well. 8-2


ie N, Weaver went to DeLand
Ily for about a week's visit
his sister, Mrs. J. R. Turner,
kiily. Mr. Turner is sojourn-
r7he mountains nearAsheville,
tJar a time, having gone up
ime last week.


-A. Segnv, of St. Augustine,
iepted a position in the Vet
igar factory on North Beach
Mr. Seguy's family will join
*a next week and they will
Dr. C. C. Bohannon's house
I street, Kingston.


S6 doses "666" will cure' any
IChills and Fever. Price 25c.
-. 46-3mos


iswesnMitchell,of New Or-
oiare visiting with Major
. Abercrombie at New
bIinug consins of Mrs.
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C. Nash & Son are constructing
a one hundred barrel galvanized
iron tank for John Hammond, 6f
New Smyrna, who will use it as a
resevoir on his newly erected bun-
galow at that place.
t Your eyes are your best friends
""n't abuse them. Have glasses
properly fitted and relieve that
strain. Neville H. Clark,
Optometrist.


"The Eye of the Heart" will be
the subject of the evening sermon
at the First Baptist Church, next
Sunday, July 25. The blackboard
will be used to illustrate the ser-
mon. A cordial invitation is ex-
tended to all.
eSee our bargains in ladies' and
children's oxfords. Some of our
broken lot pri shoes for 99 cents; $2.r0 to $3 50,
$l.V6g. 8-2t The Globe.
Geo. J. Van'e Vorde, assisted by
J. W. Ball, loaded about one hun-
dred hives of bees on a barge Wed-
nesday, from Mr. Vande Vord's
apiaries on the peninsula, and Chat
Odum, with the Maxine, towed them
to New Smyrna in the afternoon.


W. H. Bype crp(enced work
Tuesday on the brick piers for the
foundation of the two-story addition
to the rear of the L. G. lyiman resi-
dence on Orange avenue. Contrac-
tor W. D Bradahaw will be in
charge of the work, which will in-
clude several alterations as well as
the addition to the building.


*Pearl Grit Artifical Sione Co.,
Seabreeze, Fla., makes all kinds of
cement work. If you contemplate
building see them, tf
E. A. Lapp and family, accom-
panied by a party of friends from
Ormond, visited Daytona Wednes-
day in Mr. LaIpp's launch, "Grand-
ma," in which he recently installed
a 20 horsepower engine. Misses
Nellie and Kathleen Stiliug, of this
city, returned with Mr. and Mrs
Lapp for a week's visit with them
at the House of Refuge.


*S or 6 doses "666" will cure any-
ease of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
45-3mnos


Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Howard de-
parted Wednesday for New York
anrl ntl..r iv int FEmt The r e


All the latest fiction at Clark's
k and stationery store. If you
we not read "The Inner Shrine,"
have missed a treat.
Geo. II. Clark, Stationer.

Mrs. W. W. Cox went to DeLand
esday afternoon to visit for a
ne
Mrs. F. G. Lindberg wentto Port
range Tuesday afternoon for a
'eral days' visit.
Mrs. W. C. Smith went to Lake-
Id yesterday for a week's visit
th her mother at that place.
Mrs. W. M. Shaffner returned
esday afternoon from Orlando,
ere she had been visiting with
r sister.
*Face Creams and toilet articles
your vacation.
Young's Pharmacy.
Mrs. C. II. Mansfield returned
wednesday from a visit to Jackson-
le, having gone up to the Metrop-
s last week.
W. M. Moore spent the week in
ampa, attending the meeting of
e Florida Orange Growers' Asso-
ition, in session in that city.
tCollars 2 cents, all style of shirts
Scents, with work left and called
r at Daytona Steam Laundry. tf
J. Oren Hinsky returned last
eek from Pinehurst, where he has
en attending school, and will
main at home until school opens
aain.


M-s. W. G. Fletcher, and little
daughter, of Malangas, Cuba, are
expected today for a visit with Mrs.
Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. S
Miller, on Palmetto avenue.
Dr. Walter S. Sneed, while at
work on the I. M. Mabbette building
Thursday afternoon, fell between
the floor joist and received some
painful, though not serious, bruises.
Mrs. Geo. H. Clark has purchased
the W. H. Longe lot, just north of
the Edmondson property at Holly
Hill, with the idea of the family
making it their home sometime in
the future.


Earl Williamson returned Tues-
day night from Atlanta. Ga., where
he accompanied his father several
weeks ago. He expects to go back
to Atlanta to attend school in the
fall. Mr. Williamson is still in that
city.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Short, a bridal
couple on their return to Tampa
from a honeymoon trip to Talullah
Falls, Ga., stopped over in this city
Thursday for a visit with Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Smith. Mrs. Short is a
former pupil of Mrs. Smith's.
It has been reported that there
was an unusual amount of rainfall
on the North Carolina mountains
this summer, but a recent letter
from Editor Fitzgerald at Mountain
Meadows Inn, near Asheville, would
indicate that it was rather dry in
that locality.
W. M. Hankins and his brother,
Albartus, drove to DeLand Sunday
in Mr. Hankins' car and returned
with Mrs. Hankins and the children,
who have been visiting at Bartow.
Mrs. Hankius' sister, Mrs. Fay Cart-
right, also accompanied them for a
visit with them here.


Mrs. C. A. Ellenwood postponed
her departure Thursday morning
owing to the late arrival of the train,
but expected to leave this noyrning
to take passage on the A.rapahop
Irom Jacksonville to New York on
her way to visit her on, StIrke C.
Ellenwood at Milfrd, N. II.


A freight trin wrek this side of
Palm Beach Wedneaday, delayed
the northbound trains Thursday,
No. 83, due at 4:15 a. m. not arriv-
ing until 11:00 a. m., and No. 78,
which should reach here at 3:14,
being an hour and a half late. Sev-
eral freight cars were derailed.
J. L. Odum was arrested and
taken before Justice Titus last Sat-
urday charged with embezzling a
watch from Ed. McQueen, a colored
man of this place, who is said to
have pawned it to him while in
Jacksonville last week. He was
bound overin the sum of $500 for
appearance at the next term of the
Criminal Court.
Alfred Heath is suffering with an
attack ofappenaicitis at the home
of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Heath, of Holly Hill, to which place
he was removed from Seabreeze
early in the week. He had had one
or two previous attacks, but did not
realize what it was until this time,
when Dr. Van Valzah was called in
and pronounced it appendicitis.


Addition to The Morgan.
Contreator W. D. Bradshaw has
been remodeling the J. D. Maley
cotage, recently moved from Cedar
street to Palmetto avenue, adding
porches, bathrooms, etc., and as
soon as the lumber is on the ground
will commence work on a larme ad-


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ued Forthe Twelfh of


"Miss M. Ella DeVoy expects to
leave for New York sometime next
week.
CoL and Mrs. M. Huston will
probably return from Asheville the
forepart of next week.
STomatoes, string beans, cabbage,
etc., also fruits, at Our Store.
Miss Emma Abercrombie left yes-
terday afternoon for a month's out-
ing at Hendersonville, N. C.
Preparations are being made to
place concrete pillars under the Hal-
ifax River Yacht Club building.
Mrs. N. Erickson went to Orlando
Wednesday for a two weeks' visit
with Mrs. J. C. H. Bohlan, of that
city.
Mrs. Enoch Griffis, who has been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Sullivan
on First avenue, expects to leave
today for her home at Lawtey.
Mrs King, of Holly Hill, took a
carriage load of Holly Hill girls to
the Big Tree Thursday, where they
picnicked, returning home in the
afternoon.


-Monday morning at Kingston to
Piano For Sale, which place they had moved only a
*Anyone interested in the pur- day or two previously from their
home at Holly Hill.
chase of a Steinway baby grand home at Hoy Hill
.Mrs. Yelviagton, who was about
piano will find it to their advantage" Mrs. Yelngton, who was about
to call on or write to W. H. Ed-sity earsof ae, had suffered
mondon not lar than July 2th. attack of paralysis several years ago
from which she had partially re-
covered, but Sunday evening at
Report of Sanitary Inspector. about eight o'clock, wh appar-
To the Hon. Mayor and City Council, ently feeling as wl usual she
Gentlemen:--Before retiring from was seized with an.hr attack and
your services, I will call your atten- did not again reai consciousness,
tion to a few matters pertaining to dying the following morning at ten
the health of your city. o'clock.
There are several sewers running The funeral was held from the
into the river that are in bad condi- Primitive Baptist Church at Or-
tion. Notices have been served but mond Tuesday afternoon and the
they have not been attended to. interment was at the Ormond ceme-
The tanks still stand as you left tery.
them at your last meeting. The members of the family were


There are several ditches, that
have come before your Honorable
Body, that should be tiled; the
ditch on South avenue, one on Mag-
nolia avenue, the Clemmons ditch
in Midway, the ditch on'South street
in Midway. The last named ditch
should have your immediate atten-
tion as this is the only outlet for
water gorth of Second avenue, and
this portion of Midway is in a very
wet and sloppy condition. If some-
thing is not done you are sure to
have sickness. The east side of
Palmetto avenue should he tiled, as
the water stand in this ditch all
the time in places.
The place back of L. G. Lyman's
has not been attended to. There are
also several lots in prominent places
that have not been mowed this
season, parties having promised to
do the same,
The watermelon rinds and rotten
fruit as well as the milk dairies will
need your attention.
I believe that you should keep up
the sanitary buckets as there are
millions of germs and young insects
carried out of the city limits every
night and you will find it a hard
matter to get people to attend to
their own closets.
Gentlemen, you may have your
streets and sidewalks of marble, but
without sanitation and health your
city will not prosper.
Since I have been in the service
of your city as inspector, I have
tried to faithfully perform my duties
and have done all I could under the
circumstances.
The health of your city since I
entered your services is the best ev-
idence \ hbve to give you.


notified and nearly all were in at-
tendance at the funeral.
Mrs. Yelvington had many friends
in this section, having resided at
Holly Hill and at Kinaston for a
number of years with her family.

I Want Land In VYl s a County.
Send description of what you have
and your lowest price t* 'L G. Fix-
ep, 1047 Carmen ave., Chicago. 2t


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Niagara Hydraui Rams.

Ireland Pipe Wrenches.


edition to the Morgan House, corner Next Motl.
Volasia and Palmetto avenues. The Base ball, in which there waf
rear part of this hostelry will be nothing doing this week, will open
raed to the full three stones, up again next week with two games
corresponding with the front of the one Thursday and another Friday,
building, between the home team and the Or-
lando ball tossers and these should
Waterworks Advancement, be well worth seeing, as they give
Work was commenced last Mon- the Daytona boys a chance to re-
day on the concrete beds for the'deem the games lost to Orlando a
engines of the waterworks plant and short time since and the two teams
they were completed in a few days have always played good ball at
and on Thursday the gang was very this place. .
busy making the excavation for the The following week the Ocala
receiving or aerating tank. Every team will be here and games will be
part of the outfit is at hand except pulled off on the 4th, 5th and 6th
the water tower which is probably of August, while a mirth-provoking
ready for shipment from Newnan,. match between the Fats and Leans
Ga., where it was made. The e- is arranged for August 12th to be
gines will soon be in position and it followed, possibly the next week, by
is likely that by next week the sys- a game with Palatka for which
tem could be tested out with the ex- Manager W. G. Nash is now negoti-
ception of the tower. eating.
All who have been asked to take
part in the Fat and Lean game
The Steam Roller in Use. have willingly assented and it prom-
The steam roller, belonging to the ises to furnish even more amuse-
city, has been put in commission by ment to the spectators than any of
Messrs. Wiley and T. 0. Melton, its predecessors which have always
who began operations Wednesday drawn unusually large crowds.
in that section of Volusia avenue ex These Fat and. Lean games can be
tending from the railroad to Ridge- enjoyed by anyone, whether or not
wood avenue, which it jsa .posed they are acquainted with the technic
to break up, relevel ana oll hard of the game and a personal acquaint-
and smooth again. If 'his experi- ance with and interest in the play-
ment proves successful more of the era on both sides adds to the en-
cities' streets will be treated in like joyment.
manner. It is also proposed to use'
the roller for leveling the earth over Death From Paralysis.
the recently placed water pipes Mrs. Sarah Yelvington, wife of
throughout the city. Jesse Yelvington. died suddenly


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Graham Thompsou heard a col-
ored man talking with some others
at his bicycle livery on South Beach
street, last Monday, about being
bitten by a rattlesnake and ques-
tioned the fellow about it. He gave
his name as George Sertain and
said that while working for U. J.
White, at Dupont, on the 13th of '
this month, he was bitten by a rat-
tlesnake, which struck him in the
back of the leg just above the shoe
top. The fangs were so imbedded
in the flesh that the snake hung by

them until he pulled it off.
tie immediately tied a cord
tightly about his leg above the
wound and applied a bottle of tur-
pentine, which he had with him,
holding the mouth of the bottle
over the wound, and he said a
greenish looking fluid, which he
took to be the poison, was drawn
back into the bottle. He later ap-
applied more turpentine over the
place on a cloth, but did nothing
else and although the leg swelled
b adly and was still somewhat sore
when he was in this city, a week
later, he was practically all right
again. lie had stepped over the
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If. L. bTLWART
lhvsician and Surgeon
Specl attention to dieaes of the
ye, Ear, Throt and Now. Office
ad residence, Magnolia avenue, 3rd
floor west of P. 0., telehom 82.
o1oe hours 9 a. a. iep. I .

G. A. KLOCK
Physician and Surgeon
Associated with R.O. Oooley, M. D.
Speealatteation given to diseases of
he aye, rye, Noe and Throat. Office
ours toia. m., I to 4 ad ton p. iU.
DAYTONA. FLA.
M. JOSIE ROGERS, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician
No. 453 North Beach Street.
)ffice Hours, 12:30 to 2:30 and 6:00
to 7*3.
Telephone No. 122.

ROY HOWE. M. D.
Physician anf 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 :30 to 8 p. m.


itzgerald & Oates
Attorneys at Law
SpecialAttetion to Famimt and
Perfectin L and Titms.
Corad Block,DAYTONA, FLA.
Carv D.-eamd Bert WFlr
LANDIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
PraM tem in a l Stati a Fesetal
mr eta astd m. madZ one oiers
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TITLES INSURED
Voludm Cteant Airt Iesmaemnt
amd Tite r#mrame Compmy.
ee. Pa.liats as Bte Prtasm-s
I metmtPn; s D. Iamde
eeya Mdt Ogppot Votmd lCs .
Ba-k. ILad.Main-

D. D. & C. M. ROGERS
Civil Engineers
IDAYTONA ad
Ome (MIAMI, tFA.
Daytona Offices FtalMed 1875


S. H. GOVE Daytona Private Hos-
O D *pital and Sanitarium
Architect Builder and ..r, nl W..Mrtmem
Contractor o *rmm a wmeat -r
=qutot nti tmew t tteatloa
Residence and office, northeast ecor- itoe inallits. onp&on.Ui
neor idgewood and Volmsiave. estma. NfOS.It. LDSt0
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College Academy, and Scools of Music, Expressi, Fine Arts,
SDomeslic and Indstria Art, and Bsines.

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fine gymnasium. athletic fields, boating tennis courts, golf links; baseball.
football, and basketball teams champions of Florida in 1909. Nearly a
quarter of a million dollars endowment; expenses moderate; scholarships
available; Christian, but undenominational; stands for


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Louis M. Messing is contemplat-
g the erection of a residence on
e lot purchased of J. W. Rielly on
rth Beach street, where Mr.
eilly's dwelling was destroyed by
Me some time ago.
VPattillo& Co., of Port Orange,
wve just received a car lot of wire
ncing and nails. They can save
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r ; e-e" pm Advlea .
The Modern tlepre n the o of prom-
bamt New York lawyer rang, and when
Se7ve W wonders a clerk answered It the lady on the
Seven W on ers other end refused to give her name.,
maylng she wanted to see the lawyer
himself on private business. As soon
Dayt'ma's lacpral Oem Beach. as the lawyer himself picked up the
One of Daytona 9 crowning glories is receiver, before he could pake any
her incomparable beach. No one who inquioes, she began, "Oh. please tell,
ever set foot upon its smooth, packed me, msat there not be two copies of
sands; no one who ever pedaled a bi- a le se
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever "Wh y, e answered. "t Is usual to
drove a prancing pair of horesand lisa- g to thi lessee. But o are"-t
ened to the popping of their steel shoes "Yet the fact that th A.vlle of the
upon its asphaltum-like face; no onle ese had never seen a copy of the
who ever steered a high-power automo lease wouldn't keep it from being le-
bite down the broad stretch of wave- gaily binding?"
washed and surf-packed sand but real- "No," slipped from the lawyer, who
ized that it is a world-beater, a world- quickly added. "But before I discuss
wonder. Go stand upon this wide the matter further may I ask to
wonder. Go stand upon tjwhom"-
speedway and see the happy souls flite w
There was a pretty little aInugh. He
by in joyous mood, and answer whether admits it was pretty even now. "Oh.
this is not one of the seven modem I'm Mrs. Brown. and I live on Broad-;
wonders, way. You don't know tme"- It wa:l ob
The Plaid. PeacMd Iu River. vious likewise that he wouldln't-b-ut
Where think you is water with more rve always heard your advice was so
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a very valuable, and I wanted a lawyer,
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta- .nd so I just calld iA u ,iip GnI ."
And when he asked for the number
tion, artistic cottages with roomy re- central gave him the Randand Central
randa's looking out upon her bosom, tatalon!-'New York Tn!mes.
gamey food fishes in coUntless numbers
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod The Canary's Toilet.
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck Just watch your canary after be has
and coot and. snowy-winged sea birds, had his daily bath. See how each sep-
which sit about as if for the sport of rate feather is cleaned, pulled and
bobbing upon her waves; watch that looked over and how all the loose ones
lubberly old white headed plican poth are taken out and dro.pped. All this is
done by the bill. for a bird's neck is so
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk t-g- leible that It can be turned in all di-
gling upward with his floundering load rectionbl hut the bill catinno reach the
he snatched from the water. head. and so Mr. Canary uses his foot
See the beautiful launches, spick and With It he combs his hair first on one
span, their hampers and lockers bulging side, then on the other, scratching very
with refreshments both solid ani liquid, fast, as If to get all the tangles out.
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful Then he uses his hair oil. for, although
surface. Take out your field glassand complexion powders are not known in
aurf-c. Taeutou r feld -las ad .the bird world, hair oil certaluly is.
sweep the river from Ormond bridge.to the ird world, air oil carrtaily it
Ponce Park light house, then say about with tem n Tey hal e a little
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of paout with them he back near the
beauty and a joy forever, and one of tau for the purpose. When Mne. Bird
the modern wonders wishes to use it she squeezes it out
The m.chatinly Pictresue Ridewed. with her beak, just as you would press
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of a rubber bulb. Then she lays the oil
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies, on her back just above her wings and
and the wide-spreading branch s of the r be her head against It. turning her
and the wide-spreading branch of the neck in all directions until every feath-
heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their n her head is straight and shining.
giant arms across this magnificent vista, --Echbange.
forming an arch, and from these extend-
ed arms great festoons of Spanish mo Red Cheeks In Addison's Day.
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas It seems that the "beauty doctor" is
fan them. Looking straight ahead down by no means a modern Invention. The
this white shell street one has the im- Atlantic cites an amusing advertise-
preeion of a fairy path with elfih dr- meant to this effect printed is Addison's
series, but as you move along and cast Spectator:
The famous ltrarlau lied Liquor:
an eye first to the right and then to the Which gives such a delightful, blush-
left you see distinguished cottage homes Ing Colour to the Cheeks of those that
in the most delightful settings are White or Pale, that it is not to be
Brpassl.g Beauty t Our Cttage H Ies, distinguished from a natural fune Comn-
o oe of p pexlon. nor perceived to be artificial
No one of Daytona attractions, per- by the nearest Fried. Is nothing of
hape, commandss more nearly universal Paint, or It the least hurtful, but good
attention and praise than does-the artis- In many Cases to he taken Inwardly.
tic cottage. The owners of thesecharm- It renders the Face deliglhtfully band-
ing villas hail from every comer of the some and beautiful; .s not slubje t to
country and they bring their own arhi- be rubb'd off like Paint, therefore can-
tectural plans andbuild upon them,and not be discovered by the nearest
as the architecture of one section of the Friend. It is c-ertainly the best Beau-
c the architecture of one seo of thethe World Is sold only at
tifter In the World. Is sold only at
country differ from the architecture of Mr Payn' Toyshop at the Angel and
another so do our homes differ in out- Crown in St. Paul's Churc-h-yard. near
ward appearance and structural beauty .Cheapside, at 3s. 6d. a Bottle, with
from one another. There are nomonoto- Directions.
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings "h
but the eye, as it sweep by, is treated The Yaw.
o leid opichange which keep On the west coast of Africa the na-
to kaleidcopic'chgetves all the raspberry yaw. It ha
the mind wondering "What next?" pens that one of the pleasing diseases
Stresnd Pvemesa theme mt ad Bet. that come out from that quarter of
'Why the Architect of the Universe the globe is characterized by dusky
chose to give to Daytona the most ad- red spots that appear on the body and
mirable, the meet picturesque natural soon grow Into ulcers about the size
and looks of the raspberry. Mo this
setting of all the cities of the South is and ise s of the yasbeITy So th-
not, revee but t s ft .disease is called thle yaws. It is con-
not revealed but that such s fact tagous and dowright disagreeable.
must be apparent to the moat superficial White sailors bring It back with them
observer. With such lavish wealth of tf their own discomfort and the dis-
natural beauty it became an easy thing gust of tl:ose at home. Yaws prevails
for the hand of man to give the little also in the FUJ islands and in Samoa.
finishing touches which have brought but In these two places children umain-
out the colors and outlines of the big ly are attacked, and the natives re-
picture. guard the disease in the saae light as
civilised persons look at ueaslea--i-
Man did all this in the laying out of mast a certainty to have and the aoon-
the streets with their wide margins of er over with the better.
parkage, the entire city becomes a ____-
great park Satisfied.
Ad O as for pavements, pavements "People praise my work." said the


that look and act like granite,-where artist boastingly.
else between the eastern and western "And they laugh at mine," rejoined
seas are so many miles in proportion to the sad faced party, "but I don't
inhabitants~ Till some unheard-of mind."
placreportmoreand betterDaytona "What is your line?" queried the
plaee reports more and better, Daytona artist. -
throws down the gauntlet to the world. "I'm a professional humorist," re-
Squkrls. awer, lrdsmJi FrEks. piled the other.-Chicago News.
Whatever one's shortcomings and
however indifferent or eve. callous one; Run Over Him.
may be to many things, the mere men- "Oh, Mrs. Smith, do you know that
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds and your son Billy has been run over by a
fruits" will send a thrill that is reflected rtLrn?"
in distended pupils and pricked ears. ", dear, dear! My poor boy!
For every visitor with a spare "goo.- Whappe' shall I do? hers did it
her" there is a bunny ready to come out "Underat tbraway arch. Bi-
and accept your gift. He will sit bolt lya standing there now"--Lokdou e-
uprightand gnaw into the meat, casting egraph
furtive, saucy glances at you meanwhile.
Flowers! Usually fresh and blooming Not In His Line.
the year 'round. In one yard roses of "They tell me," said the new report.
variegated hues predominate, another er, who was doing an interview, "that
bas a penchant for the poinsettia and you have succeeded In forging your
the premises are aflame; another is hid- way to the front"
e a jungle of tall cae. ir" replied the self made man
Sa j le of tll c .coldly, "you have been misinformed.
The birds flit in, and with their joyous I'm no forger."
notes help to give fullness and symme-
try to the picture. An Obstinate Maid.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, Day. Mr. Sappelgh-I wouldn't marry thai
tona yields the pani to none for quality Miss Gabby. She is terribly set in het
and quantity per acre. There are scores way. Mr. Softleigh-Is that so? Mr.
of citrus groves In proximity to the city, Sappelgh-Yes indeed. Why. she has
branches bending to the earth with their retsed me nine times! Baltimore
burdens of luseious goldeiglobes. America.
- The Fastest Aites AmI The Fmest Out. The Treatment.
Here is where world's records for speed TYs," m Mrs. Lapsling, "Johnny'e
Here is where wo's records for all right now. When he was bitten


-defended himself, only making mat
ters worse. Then another minister Bids for Building Public School.
broke forth and berated Mr. Moody for .ewa-di propoi.ai' tor iuriiishina material
his bluntness. The latter blushed. but aInd i,,lr for it et tPu ic ttlal lt~lts of t
listened until the reproof was done. -inytotun. Forlia. will ie- rrc-ivetl Ioy the
Truste-e of-mid school up to Au.uNt *Itth.,
Then be suggestively covered his faep ,Tru, aate. o p. at nwhiool h t im t the
an4 spokp through his fngers. "Breth- s mte will b, publicly ope-ine ill the tIity
rep. I admit the fault my friend Plan"ll ".cti on. d ink fors o
Plallns..specll -tiOllS alld IhlnlLk forlls of
barges me with: but, brethre, did proTlr.sls will Iw tursni.h1 w il application
pot bold up gay hap4!" to W. C. lk- 4allno. arnlhitect. Mianai, FtLn.
pot bold p d" deposit of tenl dollar, will e- required lIy
hilm which will lie re-tult'edl onil return of
R lns Wla ld st-i nllt-ioIS.
World's Largest Baromrtep. 'A e-trttflet ihtck- for two per tentlt of thb-
The biggest barometer In the worl4 au"Lnontlt bd will I r require to accom tnyn
the bidt. Il," -an,- eie-ug silmade payable to
Is In the city of Faenza, Italy. It 1s 4 the order of thr Trustrts of the- liaytonna
monument to Torricelli. Inventor of Public %k hool. u. as guarantee that the .,ut-
ecniuluo idider will entt.cr ilto i ondd. for lth.
the barometer, who was born In t14 comaupletion of the work. the- sane to I,. re-
,ity 300 years ago. The scale of thi~ turned to all unll ur-e--ifuldde.rs q uil-k
an, ti c-,lnt 'u t s'awart-di.
barometer is up a basis of feet where' The-Ti ustet- r n-sc-rF- tih right to reject
the ordinary barometer Is measured j!1in y or ll l I..sseetr.
Inches. The liquid coiPqm Is thirty- _
Even feet high at normal. It was Il-
tended to ue a thirty-two foot co!uml atFlrst ip4b.. jila-l 4; last pub.. ul.y 1
Of water, but thit was abandoned b NotitE of ApplcatIto for Tax Deed
eanse water evaporated too quickly Under Section 8, Chapter 4888,
Then glycerIn was tried, but with thisawsofFlo
liquid the normal height wea oly C Laws or give; t a ur. .
twenty-seven feet, which was not lfl; purtI arr rTax ertlt-aute No.
N'.Milltr.cu!src r of TanCrrti No.
enotgb. Olive oil was chosen finally n.,satt lthetl day lfJtilaeA.l'., im has
luli ded sl, crt'+l'te ill ItY Utnpf. HIa hns
The tube frets against a monuntental' maiid appiretion ti r tax reed tot is.ue tin
pillar of stone. Olive oil is the lightest anerortanuwe with law. SahiS certilfate .-lem-
Sb racts tie fplluow|ig lst--scrilte property
liquid yet used for a beromtter. When situated ini Volusia county., lorida. to-wit:
t lighter ope Is made available a taller! Lot i t,Spo W l-:of Lut .514. l. k iaytoina..
The saki Inl4l #willg assesiieUl t le tdalte to
beromuter Nmy be constructed. I as- the t si uamw of slie.i -aersti-ts.rt in the lnat-e
al made barometer of water and of PRss Miller, I'u tss ins rtlltnate shall
111 msMdllosmet of w hI" e nIe ret nt-arc r :ni-Ocllnt g to Jlaw. tax tirti-d will
wine mdied. ophear Mills of New t i.lur thrno;on thby th 4tayof .July, -. >D.,
York madei a glycerin barometer, and itnte, y askin, at.re st al thi,
Janbertt at up one of water In t tfa i ath ntlay ofr ,itie.. A .c. l. i.
IoQs Tour t. Jacqus, the weather tmeI alY S t. I t'1,IORDlAN,
I'hlrkt jrruitIrt. lusla 'ouuty. lorida
bureau center to Parl. -Petrot Free By I, r. HA lpu, It. .
resst Jul lst Jly
Vir*t npub, July 3: last put. ulcr y-Il


ird day of July, A. D-.. iW.
StMAL) B AL. D. JorDAs.
Clerk Circuit Court.
Fltzgerald & Oates,.
Molieitors for Complainant.

Dream.
"A remarkable and lucky thing hap-
pened to me once when I was dead
broke," Imparted the aspiring poet.
"It was 4 ear to the Christmas holl-
days, an 1, needing money badly, sent
a poem to a certain umgazin. tUn the
third night after I dreamed that my
poem had been accepted for $50. Of
course when I woke up I was much
disappointed. But the very next day.
jo, there came the fifty dollar check
for verse!"
"Ah1. yog were in luck."
"Walt. TWo days subsequent back
ame my poem, accompanied by an ex-
planatory epistle from the editor. In
thi he said that owilg to a dream his
treasurer had dreamed the third night
previous (sAme night as mine, the
treasurer, under the Impressiou tihat
is dream was a reality, forwarded my
cheek on his own hook."
"Remarkable Indeed! Dd1 you return
the ebek?"
"Ob. no! I sent back the poem. to
gather with a note stating that under
no circumstances could 1 dream of re-
tumring the alty."--Lapplncott'


The deep sea naturalist when pe
paring the skeletons of small birds aint
fishe for monuttig clils the sW iseaws
to his ad. These active little crus-
taceass swarm on the bottom of the


Don't Abbreviate State-. -m I both tropical and temperate wa
'Pour letter to Napoleon village went A. F I FTI ters and re poasessed of voracious ap
wro.g. Rb' said the postmaster pelIte. Ho the naturalist after rewov
"'Well. t's your own fault You should lag the skip and lou e Ileah froum ti
have written ou thp papne of the state pecim ties t Ii a ciar'e -et am
I fru.l" iiTHERKAs. The tity 'ounc-il of th t'ty lowers it Into the sea untl It hagl
'"Ab, what for' asnarle. tle po .c 4 of1thayto tFlorida a thetweitt- Just clear of the bottom. It ius Iumed
Sdat of Juay e. A. It.. 14*19. sulajet to tin". Just cleu of the boom. It ip l~nm9W
plaiant. "t put 'Tenn.' op tlh -ve- rn1tOcatL n by the itmunitplutl fraucthiM ately discovered by the sea seas. aw
ope. That couldn't be uoaftse4 with rliWOThynl|. e. gritaiteM the- petition of The East
ope. FoThat coeedn't boe oee i 4l l.va. it. -uc-sors countless myriads of the little cream
any other state name." auVi a-igits. irfrP atiivfhsti-it-o to construct, tures come swarming to the work o
"HFow about 'Pena.rt" said the post- Wse It'o T t uding the bones. In a short tim
master. "Aren't 'Ponn.' and 'Tenn.' franc-hise are as folliot: e skeleton Is clean and ready to b
a lot alike? Of course they are. and If A )ilnl..sts rqur Th- Kat pack O iot C'are ust b
epolpe want their letters to go straight FlortdR Tile phtoun c'o anuiy to ar k taken to haul It 4u at~'st tl f a t!i
and prom~~ they ought always to ce'rtat Liniprovte-nmt. l li tiet" t-phithone
.v\itenll III liytolmuna. Volukiu county,. moment as If l ef too long to the SM
write states out (q tll, for 'Cal.' and Florida. wrhere.my th,- hot,.-.1, stores .a d eas they wWI attack ml4 devour th
'Col.' get confused countinaly, do r.vlde l es of laytrosnae Il a. a)th. out d-
tiev.' ind tb-.' "d. -' a 4 lai. tl- Nn.ur-l of illmprovt-l t-Ihephone- smaU bon00 as soon as they have On
*Nev.' and 'eb.' N. ap '. .,' s'iervi.-. aln to rsrnt to -nid colmpantly lased the soft part. A little watch
')XIS9.' and WMass*~.' and~ 4 q 1jltjr )i to --,nstruct, operate ntid
Mi. and '"las. an Mt.,' '! *a ,-n" nep-o~-'s i tn fulness on the part of the naturalls
and 'Va..' 'Me.' and 'Mo.' "--CJlenuHtK p.ybo, vt y-loi-l. will prevent this. however, and th
Enquirer. B ,;y .it4 L / T1 tiTYV' H-toI. lerq Tat tr naa l' ,4 itfi ai oor uingeasast wrork.-Cblicag
*Hitry. l it T ? *,Htnt .r .mn 4il n rz tlol -;n '" r &-tol
Hiet f f th e ppjij f.j the I'nflls o Ie te*-t( ve- t ep W iw- -i-.4 -
History Is a running account of bow ;. tth, p.iplcpof ht.vpo;ta P.iclra. a ui te.-
King Somebody-or-other either did or rfiNi-fnlli, t of tije-a,i~igatiol)s nlicontdition.s
did not get to a certain place, whiet; pytisraeptu'. The earte trottu r pcing r.ac
nobody ever heard of. before King skihtl. without unIe'essa-|y 4'-hi.. inrurove-
til t.l-a ald( j1-% Mf its In on 1tt10Wi pt l Of 4'4y 0 pc borF ha* toee fqouln
Somebody-else got there, from whicu IFt-ert y rep-ig-la the- prs..Pt li*..on slui l ,a stagted toW a New ork renl
we ayre usually supposed to conclude tret-t witht a ~-ble ftiOt ri4 aev e osk tr t Wrelet to
ai-1a H,,u 4Av'iue, ,lne4 l Otlthr str t.tets wrper house called t. Pe LaBeey Armu
that it would have made quite a dlf wire-,-e tIwa-nt-y paiirs it -41 .City; toJ This wysie tavern stood I the Bow
frence wh et4e he did or not. thbl aesl UNi ol) iniptny, its nsivac-r rs a .mni L t
Mko Aarl veis,.t. ee IN re-by grantdl' a t ran1cj'is-- for ery lane, ur what is pow the corne
Jlke early everyt~jng else, history the. oustructlio,, ,oper;iatn afnif IasiUctr-- of Iouth arepe and Elghteeuti
has two sides. $The DHsity pf the gar- auc- o a tele-phou. siyAt Im ill tilhe ('ty ol
de ofr tonm. Vlusi,* lo (',untiy. 1Y4,rdtc.-. fr ti.- Wtieet. It setm Uto hare iwen an al
det of EI t depenls Y#po Pt.#ete it purpose of supplying tht- irini:ll itnnt -r- round sporting resort in colo l
is related by ae or a wonia oat with te-l-photlic commlunelntioniei twny-
'ITmrjaours -acth d l;v; thi.- -:,ld .rantc,. it for in I7d3 It wa- the eeC of a bul
The history of the Awrlt'rnU j voj4- si-c ~rs 1 esjssigns, are. h r.y grant-c baiting, and t ine pBrevIoS year it wa:
tion reads quite different ton Eijglijs tilhe' ttb l"l er et "uc- -.es,
wires'ayd mptLianl-c ,Jmeu toJ luake sueth -,x- the meeting place for four horses tha
books from the wtay t reads to our iors6 te pue ,.tr.e Its, nnue. raced up the road about half a mile t(
own books. n-u')s anid pullia ils.-es r T c." l uam
Itw j'-tres.a' y fnor tile patrlarset pI S ppl.vylnt Wa t g.te, near the present corner o
History is a bore. not only because uch im,nes of tI#8lip(.c11 ommumiCnIion Feoprti afer &nd Twenty-nlutl
you are uuacquainted with the people to rt.siir.-,s, ltusitss hta~e'. Iotcl-s undl l -fPty-ni
wbo 1grge in it, but because It re- Motr' oprJ i. rt-es. r ,u llt i.:-. ,; r to street. The Jamicn turFapYe Wqa ti
hA.iuin ui'-rft-t.4 wath(.inst|l sim4a c-ty. -tIn -tat famolo adding groUnd in the
peats ituaf.-fe.. ihr. wirst, txppalilWtiol.t, l fi mo SPei ea-g gtc.,o t9
St oi- hubljetl 1toith, ap. -protal of ouun-il. vicinity ot NOW York. Ut.W the e ei
ae..tloll e ThIt-ttr(r'ln thiiefrniwsnr'e hiltll Vt York Trotting club' tF'a i e came lint
Htr Iase irajtyd*,. I~e for at perlol uf Twently (t *-pre.Yr.. fro to
,& *tQie tt s dat.- of rattitllritlot latreuof y Le.- ti4a:ll- jexste[ce, 14 i i. it was the aepSytei
When Duchenols, tt1* grwag y~ren c ti ele-ctors of t/9,e t ot1 f lyvtuona. course for the decision of watch races
actress, died some one pet an o4 ld 4 ai e :Ot. hlltr I the -rhe-tlo of nll iv ee- ot l i t w matl a
an ca c p hires oHo^ a ppnuH.-. lthe *said a ) AS earty a8 t 18 it w aas the oCOe i
who had been her Intimate friend ani iU- aireslarlppln .. .i n.sc-assiins.saltlt the Brst match' igasehit time o
who was nipamrwtmy crushed witoh Bs- avl"*Vth".''it)'"
wo tr-p-rc- r. Hashed wit .yt h it.iti, ri'eh .i. i-' ,, wrileh there ls any record.-Exchange,
row. Khidly oae*- t professions of F.Vre-t. cavpensle. A; ln '-f p hi plint-.. : .
sympathy and consulaotte! l aile v ept wnn l &t If tla- ti eutlst--Vow, what can I do to
9 councill ho da,. ,r! rcilat.p'll.d it1w r*'wpul r,,r 0 i i t t can I do fo
cheer him. *"For." said 4 --it is 0 0o u t-cll .. i kil. i ttI itw-oe heart ras faIle-
so much iher LUo which trouble me a .eei-thi u. It js urtu l-r grel y th -the a..t t-S ta
her base Ingratitude, C(a you credit rthaPtl ugetsrY st.-iyl. incidenutl totle. are erfet-tsy all right, tharuks. Kr-
It? She left we nothing to her nil. honr e-v'd al.sa. rI- "i l 'hat really cam, for was to ask I
and yet 1 dined with her at her uvi; NM-ctios. 5. T alt It,- work or clthaningiu to li 'l~t--er--ar to play golf witl
house three times a week regularly for -anl p, 'ern pfyoidr d shall c nple me-er-sn t t yoth of next
kv- tft- gra 1tt's.-, i' ts ,.U -t-ct. .l-sa amid I .-',_gl,..I
thirty years!" -WitlhiA oue. yt-aF ftal'll ha- dant- of te e ra:ti- --nOlon41 Punch.
gan;on thervcof hV tri b eiuas .-. !'.--:vers5e. thi.
C.ityf a OcOfA VIILA
The Human Touch. fi prrint. t int froit sand s ftr twoV.-~ j AN VIL A
"But. my dear sir. your play does froti '" ke i n tint-alin ts taf rep i w rs W. W cott, Magir.
not even touch the chords of human- sid ('lty of Itay4tl tnle sgtll orltote esti pt-'
Ity!" remarked a theatrical lessee. re- y.ar for -eli. tt-Irphoin-. e n i, twuri'ge t4 .- pe froan May Ftotltpttr.
frring to a comedy that had t r of this fainchi -iih li-au osf lir--y -r Fronting tite Atlantic (e -po
ferrlug to a comedy thatt he had wh.birh uv Iw isnuost tby StI 4 ritv, y:ef o
delgufd to scan. metioln 7. Thaiti i.s furth,.-r;ngr- htv tl i t-irge pie~mpa t ropnis. Lo0dem
i. n gruasl- lirn, n it''rsi and tn.i copveyiaieet Hattti reatsonable.
'"What! No human touch? Great that inl' imuiat tllni pria-- tar' I:rty wirt -I- r Spwcial to families.
c-ott"' ext-lalImed the dramatist "And epht'"" t*.- lr yet- r ahiali w- iL fulltwl.i ofr I
e h Priviate -i,-kli ,.'--. TvTreltv y ,td tlllar.:
the hero is always borrowing money for uinuesi.-'H.u. ,-e. Tw.'-tl-tlv,-. ,, I ,ii ..
From his friend*Cs" Isrs; for Hot-l Thirty ian,;tllllar. .. ..
-ci sct aloU K. It Isrlurth t-r aer .-td llt h Ift r.
Sie--hll .- nnl li- p iif n i m -tcIn ,l-.-;, ",.7 nr,-i i i LOW TIDES on the oBEACH
I Set-womua is tcuStautly dve e '- imry hereaf.rl-setgnatte, not to .ex'te- fivr _
Ing. She will never go backward. phloltr forns ta the' usof city -ttle-rs t a pricl1 .A
le-Eet T wheu1he 1it) tldollars pe-r vt-r. Da MUL
ie--Except when she gets off a ~.ctioli v. .Tlnit a l.: Xprltio o tis. pQa
i street car.-Philadelphia Record. to-riPta t lt innet I eSid ty er as -
o en "iu l ln c t o purc- n-..sa ic j I. ... .... ;4... 1:31...
1. -I phnelplnme .-st.- i >\ "It i)t r i v I 11 7 l 12:0.. I2. -.
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1_ 4tI.--tlt l in liA, 1til, frn.r-lit .- ,j.a!. !. ". 3... .l..12:44. :03..
General Demand cie c-ipitt Un atiulle.- t itn.( ,2 .- SO..
ls tbrt'tyat v l'ytfn u. ... 5... ... I:i5. ;:05... ...
of the Well-Informed of the World has thcts, lu. hI. Mor sh:lii c;ui th- 6 .. 6.... 1:4...... 2:50 ..... 3...
p li timllofti t.Or: Ie-o ci 7...... 2:3 3:37 4:.2....
ltlways been for a simple, pleasant sad thirty |elary. inn tA 7 t- p ...... 23pr 3:37 .. 4
ill rt it, .. 8... ... 3.03 ... ... 4:31.. 5:19...
efficient liquid laxative remedy of known th at alilk. a -ii .. : 9 ::47...... :: : :20...
value; a laxative which physicians could the isltb lt or tAu- t. A. I,.. l..;.t bi i ::. ...Oa... 4:;....-... 6:38...... 7:25...
vUe; a tive hich physiiians ,et tlehtt-ti il the qittlt --t- Il i -.
sanction for faiuily use because its cor- cit o' It y ltla) ..illr I tl ; t -;lrUf ...1.. "-".. 7:47... ... N33 ...
to-I p -1 -lthnir pprt il or tisiptprr : ...1... .. 6:52... ... 8-5j3.. ... 9:39...
Iponent parts are known to them to be Trit i .,-riiar.- >r -t, >n. i,: t 3...1... .:02...i... 9:57..... 10:40...
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How Medy e. WOut oft Ite -. First Pa. JulJy24; lst Pab. "Dow n.>
IfSay wer te latteta ting rp M Notice to Non-Rsles nt.
ect belmo l to the ArNt Notthfeld 0 Legal Notices Noae
eonferencecalled by D. t Moody. Onem i enth J otrn t Oirt,
especially showed Mr. Moudy himself N-- -- --- ---and for Volam a county,
In his varying phase. It was the con- ( First pub. May 2. 10I.1 iaR
versatlon hour at soon, and about 100 T. A. Inderr, Complainant.
men were sitting under the tent on Administrator's Notice. i invs
Ro TTopAh Benjamin Mason, indtvid-4
Round Top. All persons having any clnm whatst ver ally ad as Trustee, Lola
Mr. Moody, leaning sturdily against against the estate of ilias M. Vining, late MaWsn, William ROars-
the tent pole, led the meting. Sudden- of Ortuoul. \Volus a (ouuty, irlorida, are well. Elmira L. Carawell.
the tent ole,. te meeting. Sd hereby noticed to tile their accounts with (Grace Thurmanand E.IR.
ly there came from him the plump the und.rsignt d within six months from Thurman, Sarah J. Wolts,
d. t ite, or the s.i ne will I1 barred according individually and as Alg-
question. "Brethren, how many of you to law. JAMEth P. VINING*, nee of C. C. Button, C.c.
have so grown o grace that you can Admini-strator. Sutton and H. Wiliams
tbear to have your faults told?" ted-Ornondi, Fla., May tb, 9i. andallotherpersonselm--
bear to have your faults toldIg a I's heirs. administra-
Many hands went up. Quick as a --- -- tors. exeeutors ora n
fash, but neither sharply nor Insult t Firt puh. June t; last putb. Aug. pr any on. the tors. ng
Mpersons. Defendants.
ingl. Mr. Moody turned to a youvg. To William R. Larswell, Elmira l. 'ars-
ministe anded to a younsaid: Notice to Debtors and Creditors. well, race Turman and E. R. Thunsn.
minister and said: Io e wO ue anu ^ sarah J. Wolz, Individually and al assigned
"Brother, you have spoken thirteen tu county t'ourtr. uton, C. C.hHuttaonm an l8 Eil
time in tele das here and perap olusia tCounty, r iars and .! other perso clalahg. aS
times In twelve days here and perhaps l orldu \ H.-nrletta Hyinnin heirs. administrators, executors or asssigns
shut out twelve other good men froi! i prA having clituis or detandis of ay oethe foregoinf prsons.
A to"natt the Klt.-"a H,.nri-tta Hey Youyae hereby required to appear to the
speaking."A against the t;l n Hhrltt Het Bill of Complai filed herein agaIt you in
i n1 n l, decet n.. ', are he.relly uotiifed to ire- the above entitled cause on or before the
It was true The young man had sent tihi tt th.- undermsignedt within the 4thdavoftOtober,A. D,1W.
been presuming and otffcious. He had tine. Jl.owel-d i.y Ilw or they will tw .or.%ser "The LLvtona Gasette News" to hereby
Sheld p his h and, bt he c i not trr.d H YMANN, Executor designated as the newspaper n which this
held p bis hand. bt he olon not Io rleorkhia. jUlne 12 119. order shall be published once a week,
bear to be chidden. and now he stoutly for eight cona-cuttv weeks. I
.U. .ne a Ial or of me this'


L. G. LYMAN.


DAYTONA BEACH HOTEL


Mrs, Celeste Hiaks, Proprietress, Daytona Beac, Fla.
Are you going to spend the summer on the beach? Then why not
go to the Daytona Bec'h Hotel.


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tMondavs, Wedtinesday- and Frlday,-. arrival-, and departures at Havana.
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