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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
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: July 31, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Any customer purchasing $2.oo worth of Gro-
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ure, your own selection out of one hundred and fifty
subjects, size 23x27, for only 59 cents.


A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME


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


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A close examination of electric-
work finished and charged for
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and honorably we transact our
business. Electrical repairs re-
ive special attention. Those
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anship will be the best.

Daytona Electric Co.
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WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING
getting a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Roof, a Hot Air Furnace,
or any of the other metal necessities required to complete a modern
dwelling, remember that

C. NASH A SON
OAYTOA. VILA.


are st prepared to give prompt a reliable vice at fair prices.
are best prepared to give prompt anl reliable service at fair prices.


S General repair shop on Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory. 4
a hnne 58. Out of town work solicited.


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Daytona, Florida, July 31, 1909.


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THE LAN SuMS


EMBI.USI E OF.


NOV IESTII ftLN IM EIS AT TAIPA.
If Yo B a B o a o Hld ast W k t
If You Buy Land Buy of a Home Meeting Held Last Week to Ratify


Dealer Who Will Protect


Your Interests.


Action of Committee Ap-
pointed in June.


The fair State of Florida is being: W. M. Moore returned last week
infested by a horde of land sharks from Tampa, where he had been at-
who are buying thousands of acres tending the meeting of the Florida
of almost worthless land at from Citrus Exchange, very much en-
50 cents to $1-50 per acre, which thused with the work accomplished
they, in turn are selling in five, ten and feeling that the Florida orange
and twenty acre tracts to innocent grower could now look forward to a
northern purchasers at prices rang- future in which he was assured of
ing from $10 to $30 per acre. This at least fair aeirage returns for his
land in most instances is cut over fruit.
land that has no particular value There were nearly a thousand
and could not be made to produce a growers representing all sections of
crop under the most favorable con- citrus belt, present at the meeting,
editions. There are thousands, yes, which was held to ratify the work of
millions of acres of good lands in the committee appointed in June to
Florida which can be bought at draft the laws and regulations for


reasonable prices, but most of this the association and so well had the
land is held by Florida real estate committee, consisting of between
agents, and is too high priced for thirty and forty members, perform-
the northern land sharks to handle ed the duty intrusted to them that
at a profit. everything they presented was ac-
In this connection the Tallahassee cepted without change.
True Democrat has the following The principal speakers of the oo-
pertinent remarks on the same line: evasion were Col. Thos. Palmer, at-
"Florida ought to adopt some torney for the exchange, R. P. Bur-
method to rid itself of the land ton, sales manager, and J. A. Reid,
sharks who are working irreparable general organizer. The latter gen-
harm to the State. tlemen, Messrs. Reid and Burton,
"We have before us a copy of a gave splendid descriptions of the
noted publication for women, in methods of the California Citrus
which there isa veryattractively dis- Exchange with which they are en-
played and ingeniously worded ad- tirely familiar having been connect-
vertisement offering ten, twenty and ed with that organization until re-
forty acre farms for $20 per acre, gently. In fact, they have come
$5.00 cash and balance at rate of from that State to Florida for the
17 cents per day, or $5.00 per purpose of directing and assisting
month. '.to pe feet the organization here
"An investigation wili show that along the same lines.
this land, although favorably locat- The meeting was opened by Col.
ed, is cut over pine lands, full of Palmer with an interesting account
scrub palmetto, with practically of what had been done by the excc-
little value. They cost the promot- utive committee the day before
ers from 75 cents to $.1.50 per acre., when Dr. F. W. Inman, of Winter
"There are a lot of credulous Haven, was selected as president of
men and women throughout the the Exchange and W. B. Gray and
country who will bite at this bait, J. W. Sample as first and second
make their payments regularly until vice presidents, respectively, while
deeds are issued them, and then in- R. P. Burton was selected for the
vestigating what they have obtained, important position of sales manager.
find themselves in possession of a R. H. Peacock is secretary and Y.
tract which they will gladly surren- E. Gillette business manager.
der in after years for the taxes. The Cuban Consul, Rafall Ybor,
"Every one of these purchasers! made a brief address eulogizing the
will then become strenuous defam- Exchange and stating that lie wished
ers of the State, and being widely his government would co-opl'rate
distributed will work an inestimable with it.
amount of harm. E. B. Porcher, of Cocoa, was the
'It is always well for intending concluding speaker of the meeting.
purchasers to make a thorough in- Mr. Percher said that while the
vestigation before investing money Indian River Fruit Growers' Associ-
in a real estate transaction; and then ation was a strong one and had been
place credence only in men of finan- marketing fruit satisfactorily for
cial ability and unquestioned verse- several years he wanted it emphat-
ity who live in the section in which ically understood that he was fully
the lands are located. The promot- in favor the new organization.
ers of the enterprise mentioned Cornelius Christiancy, of Port
above is a resident of another State, Orange, was also in attendance at
and the principal office is located in the meeting, as well a others from
a distant city. various points along the coast.


"There are thousands of acres of
land in Florida, as in every other
State, practically valueless, but there
are millions of other acres worth
every dollar that can be obtained.
for them. I
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Coming Events.
Cupid and Hymen have joined
forces in a conspiracy to tie up all
the unmarried members of the F. !'.
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After this the house was kept
closed until last February, when
Mr. Whinfield spent a short time
at his home in party with Mrs.
Baker, his mother-n-law, and her
husband. When he left it was for
Pittsburg, Pa., to take as his bride
the accomplished Miss Eleanor
Quimby, whom he had met abroad.
It was anticipated that the big house
on the Halifax would be open again
this winter, and a brilliant social
season follow.
The deceased was a resident of
Fondulac, Wisconsin. Be was a
member of the Florida East Coast
Automobile Association and was a
man of great personal magnetism.


IMPTANI IM VNYEENTS AT

R6N. L iHNMIES WVE.

Arrangements Being Made at
This Grove to Handle Fruit
By Modern Methods.
Contractor Jacob Espedahl has
recently completed a large addition
to the packing house at the George
H. Monroe orange grove, of which
Carl G. Wehner has charge, in the
hammock southwest of the city.
The packing house is now 126x34
feet in its dimentions, not including
porches, and a new building 40xG(
feet has been erected for the storage
f btox material


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we wi close our store

at 8 p. Saturday's

and on Thursday's at

12 o'clock noon.


SPECIAL TOWEL SALE
Owing to the late arrival of a shipment of one hundred dozen Towels
which we should have received early in the spring, but arrived after our
season is over, we will hold a SPECIAL TOWEL SALE in order to close
out the entire let. These towels are first-class in every respect and are well
worth 121 cents, but we must get rid of them and will close out the entire
100 dozen at 3 for 25 cents or 95c a dozen. Do not fail to get what towels
you need at this ridiculously low price. See the window display.


Was Touring Europe With
of Few Months When
Stricken Down.
A dispatch from Koe urg,
Prussia, to the American Press As-
sociation states that Roger Whin-
field, a young American, who ar-
rived at that place with his wife
on July 21st from Russia, died
in one of the hotels a few hours
after their arrival, of what was pro-
nounced as cholera. Thebody was
immediately buried, and the young
wife immediately started for Amer-
ica with the body of her father who
had died only a few days before.
The telegraphic dispatch in Sun-
day's Times-Union came as a great
shock to the people of Daytona and
Seabreeze, as at the latter place he
owned a winter home and regularly
spent his winters until the death of
his first wife in 1906.
It was'at the Colonnades Hotel
that he wooed and won the bright
and beautiful Miss Anne Harrison,
of Xenia, Ohio, his first wife, whose
unexpected death in the flower of
her youth came as a blow to her
many friends in the community.
Mr. and Mrs. Whinfield had spent
the summer traveling in Egypt.
She was taken violently sick on the
sea voyage, and died at a hotel in
New York shortly after landing.
They were on their way to Seabreeze,
and her letters to friends told of
her eagerness to get back to their
Seabreeze home.


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latter acres populated by an indus- matrimonial knots. The little god A machine for washing fruit will
tritus, intelligent people, but de of love is working overtime this be installed, a six-horsepower gaso-
cries the offort of financial sharks summer in the interest of the more line engine to supply power for this
from other sections to bring re serious god of marriage and so sue- anl other purposes being already
prach upon e state." cessfully, it is said, that at least in place. In fact, Mr. Monroe in-
four of the railroad men at this tends to have all the modern, up-to-
O e T s oom place will lead their charming part- date facilities for handling his fruit
a Gardees inhas a doze ner to the altar sometimes bt n to the bet advantage throughout
Chas. E. Gardiner has a dozen or this and the beginning of the bus its growth and during the process
more orange trees in the rear of his winter season. Cupid works always. of making it for shipment.
residence on North Beach street but never more blithely than in I
that are blooming at the present "the good old summer time." A syste of de attroleum ill also
time. Not merely an ,'ccasional the us e of crude petroleum will also:
time. Not merely an occasional and
be put in, to protect the trees and
blossomn here and there, but quite a to poe t tre an
blosm he and tere, but quite a You save $2 per M bv using lhcice fruit in case of severe freezing
fair bloom scattered over the trees, ,
fasr bloom scattered ove the ts brick. Pearl Grit Artificial Stoin ('0,. weather and this will be no small
just about as there would be at the
usual blo ing period in the' tf Seabieeae, Fla. task in a grove of this size inclu,'-
usual blponning period in the ral
....- ing, ;is it now does, probably several
spring. This is not a single case hn r
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mood or Port Orange. Qual-

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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 GA.t I it-NEWS
PURLTJISFW EVERY SATURDAY
T. B. FirTZERALD, Editor

THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY
(INCORPORATED)

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SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1909


SORMOND

ORMOND, July 28-ames Car-
nell went to Lemon City Wednes-
day morning. He will be gone
several weeks extracting guav.
juice. I
Frank Colby and wife were in
Daytona Wednesday on business
Aunt Electra Hurd is able to be
out again after her severe illness.
Homer Waldron, who is in the
employ of the F. E. C. Ry. Co. at
South Jacksonville, was in town this
week enroute south to do some re-
pair work at a pumping station neqi
Miami.
James Stanton, who has been in
the dairy business for the past two
years, has retired, selling his stock
to some Daytona parties.


PORT ORANGE j

PORT ORANGE, July 29-Wal-
ter Savage has returned from the
South. He likes Port Orange better.
Rev. Wilder is having a long and
commodious dock built in front of
his beautiful home on Flemming
bay in the southern part of town.
Dr. DuBois is having a cottage
built, for rent, on the River Shore
north of Herbert avenue.
is Bessi6 Wheeler went as a
delegate of the Seventh Day church
here to Gainesville last week.
Mrs. E. F. Corbett is visiting her
old home.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dade and
his brother drove over from DeLand
Saturday and have rented one of
Mrs. Brohm's tenements on the
River Shore.
Miss Edna Trowell arrived home
last week from Orlando.
T. M. Bangs received a car of
limber Monday and Elija McDonald
also received a car There has been
more lumber shipped into Port
Orange during the last year than
for many years.


KINGSTON


KINGSTON, July 39-The pul-
pit of the Kington M. E. Church
was occupied last Sunday by Rev.
Pitt Beenr, a Baptist minister from
Utic, N. Y., upon invitation of the
pastor. He was on his return from


To Save Money.
The cracks between the planks in
front of the toll house on the South
Bridge has been cldked recently to
prevent the loss of small change, etc.
This may be taken by some as an
indication that the. management is
right in stating that the South
Bridge is not a money making in-
stitution and therefore it behooves
them to save even the escaping
nickels and dimes, but the truth of
the matter is that Mrs. Jones, the
wife of the bridge tender, is the
prime mover in securing the safe-
guard, having lost her scissors and
various other small articles at diff-
erent times.

To Improve Beach Street Parkage
The D. A. R. Society will under-
take the task of beautifying the
Beach street parkage along the river
front and a beginning has been
made on the parkage of the M. Ella
DeVoy Co, just south of Volusia
avenue, where Mrs. Leon Despland
has planted a circular bed of coleus
and red verbenas, Miss DeVoy being
a member of the local lodge of D.
A.R.
There are numbers ot places
along the parkage, both north and
south of Volusia avenue, that can
be improved in this way by the
planting of shrubbery that will
withstand the salt air. The broad
strip of parkage just north of the
City Hall, in particular, could be
made a place of beauty, instead of a
barren waste, inviting only to the
street carnival and tent show people.
Just now the handsome bloom of
the Spanish bayonet is making the
parkage very attractive in many
places, for while the plant is any-
thing but pleasant as a close neigL-
bor, because of its spiney leaves, the
large clusters of white blossoms
make it a magnificent floral orna-
ment. A little earlier the oleanders,
still showing some bloom, added
their fine coloring in places along
the front, and nothing seems to
stand the wind better than the ole-
anger.
There are probably some native
plants and shrubs that might be
useful in this scheme of improve-
ment, one of them being the wild
lantanna which forms a large bush,
covered a great part of the time
with its varigated colors.
There is a large field for work of
this character on the Beach street


Tampa and made a brief call on his package and it is a matter of coL.-
brother, C L Beers, of this place. gratulation that the ladies of Bar-
Mr Lavina Hall having sold the tholemnew Chapter, I). A. I, haxe
old home on Volusia road in Haw taken up the work, in which it is to
d home Vwhichsoad iw te4e hoped they milL iersevere until
creak section, which has been the the river front is a Iower of beauty
family omesteed since the close of from end to end.
the Civil War, has returned to

ter, Min Naanie Hall, is occupying I HOLLY HILL
the H. J. Hull residence on Main J
street west of the railroad. HOLLY IHILL, .July 9)-On
RileyMeltoa's family from Jack- Monday last our plstilffie was
sonville are occupying the W. R. moved to its new home in A. V.
Thomason cottage on Main street. Putten's store with C. F. Wetherell,
He is a brother of our fellow citi- postmaster and Mrs. Putten, assist-
zen, Wiley Melton. ant.
Dr. Bohannon hal rented his cot- It is with pleasure we learn that
tage corner of Main and Mulberry Mr. Ge. Clark has purchased the
streets, to George Segui, of St Aug- lot north of Mr. Edmondson's and
ustine, who has moved in with his trust the family will make their
taplily. home there in the near future.
A. L. Yelvington, an employee of Chas. Ballough arrived Sunday to
the Southern Express Company, is Li' recently acquired home, formerly
stopping at the Ferndale. part of the Coleman estate.
C. D. Smiley has a job at Pon- e The Misses Nellie and H]ilda
Park with Harry Hough. Mr. Mann are again oecupying the
Smiley was up to spend Sunday Stuart-Martin cottage
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well as Orlando, Ocala and Deland. The outside work of the M. E. Church: ai. S.
Cards were received last week an- extension is about completed, and the
bouncing the marriage of Rainsford building presents a well proportioned? Commodore J. Allen was in
French to Miss olores Holmes Hard- appearance. This exten.ion, which is the city yesterday from Allenhurst.
ing, both of Washington, I). C. While much needed during the winter season, _
not entirely unexpected this was never- will be appreciated by the returning
theless a pleasing item to the many winter residents as well as the tourists. NO REASON FOR IT,
friends of Miss Harding, who grew from Dr. W. F. Robinson, formerly of New i t t
childhood to beautiful womanhood in York, who is located at the Seaside Inn
our midst, and her friends, through the for the season, has written a ery readDayt Cit ow the
Gazette-News extend to Mr. and Mrs. able pamphlet on -Iong Life and Hot Certain Way ou4.
French best wishes for prosperity and aClimat" He deals ith the question here e no just rea why
well rounded life. he bride is the from the standpoint of experience, reader of this will continue to suffer the
only daughter ofMrs. C. A. Ballough, having lost his health in the north tortures of an a.hing ak. the anoy-
and an altogether lovable a charming and regained it in the balmy climate of a.u of urinary disorders. thi dangers of
young lady. Mr. French belongs to one Florida Dr. Robinson says this local- a
of the substantial families of Washing- it Dre.-ntseal clima thios locl ial tesr. of any kidney ill. wlwnu relief
to and met Miss Harding on a visit y prese deal ciatic conditions for i so near at hand and the mst positive
here three years ago. o a all year round living. proof given that they can be cured.
here three years ago.
The friends of Mrs. H. I. Kochers- tead what a Daytona citizen says:
perger are glad to note that she has re- Daytona Hospital Items. Mrs. C. H. Pellicier. Volunia Ave., ih.r-
covered from a painfully sprained ankle, Heury Stnrther, who rtecently un- t which wascaused by a fall on a stair henry trther, who rectly un- nefited by Dan's Kidney Pill and do
way several weeks ago. derwent an operation. returned to not hesitate to say so publicly. I had
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hlerndon and little his home at Daytona lBeach Tuesday dull backache, pains across umy loins.
daughter came over from Sanford Mon- morning. *-ould not rest at.night. and mornings
day in his motor car and are located in Simmiel l)ulyr, who has been in would get up all w'r out with ut lit-
abreeze for the week. the hospital for the past to w ek te s strength. To say that I was miser-
rs. Win. arti and the iss e hospital fo the past two weeks, able, feebly expresses y condition, in
Fuller canLein from Ocala Monday, and s rapidly onalesig. ft. I was so ad at times that I could
are occupying the Navajo. Wilson McDonald, of Port Orange, .hardlly igt around to attend to in.
Howard Williams came down from who has been seriously sick, \\ill be heu.,.h",ld liuti-s. A nf-ighl,,r.i, had


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IThe receiving tank at the water-

Sengines have been placed in posi-
SMRS. H. A. BERNARD, Editor. tion during the past week, while the
Z u*D* eA**. i H At eetionp etutly2S--*. firstcarload of material for the
SEABREEZE, July 28--An election DAYTONA BEACH. July 28-Rev. water tower was received Wednes
for mayor is called for August 17. In Addyman Smith will conduct the vesper day and the other car was expected
the meantime R. M. Mallery is acting service at the Seaside Inn Sunday. to follow it without delay. The
mayor. As yet no candidates are an- Dr. Newland, wife and two children, representatives he for JB. M-
nounced. who have been guests at Ocean Villa for r
Mrs. Elma G Stevens came over from some time, returned Wednesday to their Crary Co., -certainly deserve credit
Sanford la*t Thursday to look after her home at Sanford. for the expeditious manner in which
property interests here, and get the Mr. Alcott, who has been with Mrs. they have handled the work, never
tonicky effect of the sea breezes. She Alcott at Ocean Villa, returned last letting it lag at any time.
was accompanied by Mrs. Warmen. who week to their home in DeLand.
will visit with her during her stay. Attorney Bert Fish came over from
S E. Gilmore has accepted a position DeLand Sunday with the following To Organize W. 0. W. in Daytona
with the Bond Lumber Company at auto party, S. D. Jordan, Ray Jordan, A. W. Shattuck, of New Smyrna,
Glenwood, and leaves Saturday for Dr WV. S. Taylor. and enjoyed the day was in the city the foreart of the
that place. Mrs. Gilmore and son, at the Seaside Inn.
SRoger, will remain here. Miss Amelia Mitchell, of Jacksonville, week making arrangements to re-
Mrs. Boyd and daughter, Miss Boyd: is spending a few weeks at the Seaside turn later and take up the re-
who have been occupying part of the Inn. She spent part of last summer at organization in Daytona of the Ira-
Wakefield cottage, will spend the month this popular hostelry. ternal order of the Woodmen of the
of August in the Beekman Bide-a-wee The following Monday arrivals at the World. The local organization,
beach cottage. Seaside Inn are noted: C. Gates. Ocala; beenanc fo
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Ives and Mrs S Mrs. M. N. Doyle, Miss May Doyle. Mrs. which has been in existence for
G. Dolite and sons will arrive Wednes- J. E. Pace, Sanford; Mr. Horn and son, some years, has a membership (,f
day from Orlando on a visit with Mr. Ocala. Mr. Horn's wife and the balance perhaps fifteen which Organizer
and Mrs. Scruggs at Pleasantview cot- of the family will join him here this Shattuck thinks can be considerably
tage. week.
tage. week. increased and a lodge instituted.
Mi s Janie Childs, who has been visit- Mrs. W. R. Stephens chaperoned the increased ad a lge sti
mng Aith her cousins, the Misses Ap- following house party from DeLand. The W. 0. W. is one of the strong-
thorp, at Blarney Castle, returned Fri- who are having a three weeks' outing at est fraternal insurance societies in
day to Tallahassee. the Daytona Beach Hotel; the Misses the country and there are many
Young Miss Edith Warren is over lone Hough. Racheal Hough, Hazel vigorous lodges in the State. De-
from Gainesville visiting Coris and Hough, Eva Nahm, Marie Russell Land for a number of years has sup-
Velma Shands at the Harvey cottage. Stephens anti P. A. Hough.
Mrs. M. E. Weldelburg, who has been Attorney Otis T. Green and family, of ported a strong lodge and at New
spending the month at the Des Moines Ocala, are at the Daytona Beach Hotel Smyrna there is said to be a mem-
cottage, returns to her home at Orlando for the rest of the season. Mr. Green bership of between fifty and sixty.
this week. went to Ocala Monday morning to attend
SThe numerous friends of Mrs. Alice court.
Godsmark will be glad to learn that she The Daytona Beach Hotel was full to Orlando Wins First Game.
is getting well from the attack of ty- overflowing Saturday and Sunday The ball game Thursday was de-
phoid-malarial fever She is still at L. R. Chaffee, Natural Bridge, N. Y.; laed b the rain and as a cse-
St. Luke's Hospital, Denver, Colo., but H R. Holmes, Harrison, N. Y.; Archer
expects shortly to leave with her brother B. Russell, Eustis; Mrs. Wright, two quence but seven innings could be
for East Lenox, Pa. daughters and son, are recent arrivalsat played before dark. Percy Rogers
Prof. and Mrs. H. E. Wakefield, who the Surf Crest. pitched one of the best games for
are looking after their grove at Pomona Mr. Chamberlain and party from the Daytona ever witnessed on the
during the summer, report a pleasant Surf Crest chartered the "Wide-awake," ,
season but will be glad when the time Capt. Holland in charge, and had a sue- lano won by a
comes to return to their Seabreeze home. cessful day's fishing at the Inlet Satur- score of 2 to 1. James Wyndham
Miss Helen Burgman, who has spent day. They brought home thirteen va- tossed for Orlando. Daytona made
most of the summer as guest of Miss riety of fish and had them served for a three hits to Orlando's two.
Marion Hatch, of Cheshire, Mass, but fish breakfast. There was much justifiable com-
has recently been on a visit to Miss Mr. and Mrs. Niles, prominent Mis- plaint from the grand stand against
Winifred Pierre, at Newark. N. Y., ex- sourians who have spent the winter at t dcis as aner
pects to leave the latter place for home Dupont. are here for the summer and e decisions, but, as Manager Nash
this week. She will probably stop off are comfortably located in Mrs. E. H. says, this must be expected so long
at Washington, D. C., for a brief visit Rogers' cottage on Grandview avenue. as Daytonians will not come forward
with Mrs. C. A. Ballough and family. Mr. and Mrs. Nilks are so favorably in-! and serve as umpires, and this im-
A card from Mrs. Geo. W. Buckner, pressed with our beach towns that they portent position must be filled by
dated at Indianapolis, where she and may invest in property here. p nut be lled by
Mr. Buckner are spending the summer, Mr. and Mrs. Trowell, of Umatillo, ar- outsiders. The second game is in
reports the season unusually cool and rived this week and are located at Surf progress as we go to press.
rainy. She says Mr. Buckner would Crest.
much prefer his beach cottage and the Mdaesdames Self and Leu and friend, By Auto to Leesbuig.
fishing to anything he lias in the city, Miss Leonard Aruett. came over from Mr. and Mrs W. H. Wright in
and they will be glad to return home Orlando the latter part of the week and
when their visit is over. have taken rooms at Ocean Spray. their Ford and Clarence Ben.ett
Mrs. Harry G. Wilson and family ar- John Crown and family are enjoying with his car. accompanied by Mr.
rived from Sanford Monday and are the beach. They are located on Sea- and Mrs. Leon Despland and Miss
comfortably located in the Miami beach breeze avenue M. Ella DeVov, visited a number of
cottage. The M. E. Church has an unusually ite
F. R Swift has purchased the A 1. wellorganized choir, and with Miss Yl- interior point this week, leaving
Miller cottage, corner Grandview and vington as organ leader, are giving ex- hete Tuesday morning and rdturn-
Jessemine avenues, from Miss Minnie cellentmusic ing i thursday evening with the ex-
Kelley. This is one of the prettiest E. A. Branch, who has been quite ill ci option of Mr. Despland, who rc-
bungalows in Seabreeze, and it is under- for the past ten days and is still coL- turned by train. Miss DeVoy andl
stood it brought a good price. J. C. lined to his bed, is rallying nicely and I
Butler made the sale. expects to be around within a week's Mr. and Mrs. Despland stopped at
The season this year is the best yet in time. Mt. Dora, but Mr. Bennett and Mr.
the history of Seabreeze and Daytona 0. A. Talley, traveling salesman, and Mrs. Wright continued to Lee -
Beach. It comes from a reliable source came from Bartow Saturday night and burg, stopping over at Eustis. Theyv
that the beach cottages are all taken for spent Sunday with his family on Sea- visited at DeLand, Orange City, En
August, and that the two big leading breeze avenue.and other places and at
hotels hve all their rooms engaged. Mr. and Mrs. Pollard are enjoying r e an other places and at
The r e big crowds at the beach every beach life at the Shaffner Bide a-Wee Eustis picked up H. G. Whitsett,
Sunday from our neighboring towns, cottage, and have decided to remain engineer of the new road between
including DeLand and Orlando, and the through COptober. Crows Bluff and Eustis, and
people of Sanford clamoring for a more Mrs. Pauley, who has been with Miss brought him to DeLand. They
direct route to the beach so that they Keliey at the Elmira cottage, was alld i were the first autos over this new
may join in the procession, for a Sunday to New York State on business last
beach outing. Sanlord is well repre- week, but expects to return just as soon road on which they encountered
sented among our summer cottagers. as as she cap adj ust her business affairs- j considerable water, q ving to heavy


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John Pollitz is a -g
Fulgha mon North Bet
having drifted back to the T
in which he began his
career in Daytona in Februaryf
being in the employ, of
Count & Aitken, in this same buiki
ing then newly constructed.
Word has been received at this
.lace of the det-th of Mrs. Mary
Beach, mother of Chas. and Geo. L.
Beach, which occurred at the Cats-
kill Mountain House in New York,
of which her two sons are proprie-
tors, Thursday of last week. Mrs.
Beach was upwards of ninety years
old. Her sons, Chas. and Gec. H.,
are both winter residents of Day-
tona and Daytona Beach.

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ire will be open all summer.
complete in every line. Prices
'treatment right. Reference

d.j,. H. Row & Co., The Jewelers.

S. W. Carter was a Jacksonville
is~itor last Saturday.
,.. J. MIessing, of the postoffice
iwe is enjoying a vacation.
i'Col and Mrs. W. M. Shaffner left
-Sunday for the North, for a
-Meral weeks' stay.
' lHave you read Stetson Law Bul-

SMrs. George Wray went to Lake
-Setlen the latter part of last week
or about a week's visit.
SAttorney F. W. Pope, Jr., left last
saturday for a few weeks visit
Kat Indianapolis, Ind., and Chicago.
Miss Esther Allen, of Georgiana,
apending a week with her.cousin,.
Walter Gillett on South Beach

e l Remedies,
SYoung's Pharmacy.
so0. H. Clark this week sold his
of crockery and glassware to
Bros., and will not in the
handle these lines.
SWork was begun last week at
cement base under the
awt the South Bridge to take
e of the wooden piles.
SDr Houghton, dentist, west end
SBridge, Peck block, phone 32.
.. ra. IL H. Thorp and daughter,
iatryn E., of Daytona Beach,
laist Saturday for Geneva, Ohio,
-other points North, to remain
fall.
W. Austin, proprietor of The
ti, North leach street, has re-
enlarged the parlor and office
hotel and made other im-
ta.
T"ry the Pearl Grit Pressed brick.
i: r. of Pine and EarlSts.,
Seabreeze, Fla.
May Mabbett returned Mon-
emoon from a six or eight
visit with relatives at Kis-
where she had a most en-

a recent letter to J. L. Wal-
lceFrank Putlick states that Mrs.
iao. Ward and the writer, who
|av spent several winters in Day-
ias will be down early in the fall.
aere now in Chicago for a time.
*Pattillo & Co., of Port Orange,
.itove just received a car lot of wire
gociug and nails. They can save
you money on this line of goods. 84
;; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Heaton and
e1ra. Heaton's sister, Miss Gladys
Shafor, of Franikfort, Ind, are ex-
i^ected next Monday for a two weeks'
aut with Mr. IIeaton's brother, Roll
! eaton, and family of this city.
*5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any
1tase of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
'46-3rmos


8. P.. Smith has been busy as a
be. fo the past week or two, im-
,oving the appearance of the
soundss and package around The
,igan, trimming up the trees, re-
li.ng the moss, leveling the
iqUld, etc., and now has every-
isg about the place looking as
eat as a new pin.
SJCollars 2 cents, all style of shirts
I cents, with work left and called
Sat Daytona Steam Laundry. tf
r LB a letter to Contractor Espedahli
"week on business matters, W.
iu Gardiner stated that he was now
F7wly improving in health, but
that the trip north had been very
hard on him. Mr. Gardiner was
covering from a severe surgical
won hen he left and his de-
biore was made probably earlier
wP was beat.


'Face Creams and toilet articles
oB- vacation.
l Young's Pharmacy.
an" -.. 1


tAll the latest fiction at Clark's
book and stationery store. If you
have not read "The Inner Shrine,"
you have missed a treat.
Geo. H. Clark, Stationer.

Dr. G. M. Wallace was in the city
frdm Ormond Tuesday afternoon.
There will be no services at St.
Mary's Episcopal Church tomorrow,
Sunday.
Garth B. Young and Eric Mills
are expected home today from their
outing North.
EPhone 28 will call for your clean
ing and pressing. 0. S. Burnett.tf
Will Roxhy is again on duty at
the postoffice after a pleasant two
weeks' vacation.
Rev. Herman G. Porter was a
New Smyrna visitor from Saturday
until Monday afternoon.
J. G. Gardner, of Ridgewood
avenue, Holly Hill, left Monday af-
ternoon on a week or longer busi-
ness trip.
Miss M. Ella DeVoy and Mr. and
and Mrs. Leon Despland made a
trip to Mt. Dora Tuesday morning,
returning home Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wright made
an automobile trip to Lake Helen
Friday of last week to visit friends
of Mrs. Wright, returning home in
the afternoon.
E. L. Gunn, who made a several
days* business visit to Tampa last
week, says that the groves in the
orange belt through which he passed
were looking fine.
Mrs. J. M. Field, who had been
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Williams and Mr. and Mrs. G. H.
Gardiner in this city, returned to
her home at Cocoa the latter part of
last week.
Dr. E. L. Stewart was confined to
his home most of last week, on his
return from Jacksonville, from the
effects of an operation upon a cyst,
for which purpose he had gone to
the metropolis.
-Send for bulletin Stetson College
of Law, DeLand, Fla.
Miss Stella Carter and Miss
Mattie Yelvihgton came over from
llastings last Saturday for about a
week's visit with Miss Carter's sis-
ter, Mrs. A. A Robert, North Beach
street, Kingston.
George Pitzer and sons were up
from New Smyrna last Saturday for
a visit with Mrs. Pitzer, who is
temporarily an inmate of the Day-
tona Ilospital and Sanitarium on
South Beach street.
Mrs Lena Thynne, of St. Augus-
tine, arrived from New Smyrna
Monday afternoon for about a week's
visit with her sister, Mrs. M. S.
IIunt, on Bay street, before return-
ing to the Ancient C'ity.
'Slh raff t's Candies,
Young's Pharmacy.


Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bennett and
son, Clarence, and Mr. and Mrs
Leon Despland made an automobile
trip to Deleon Springs Friday of
last week. picnicking at that place
and retlirning in the afternoon.
The steam roller, ii its present
condition, was found unequal to the
work required of it on Volusia
avenue. The engines iin need of
further overhauling and repairing
before it will he equal to tle task.
-5 or 6 doses "66(1" will cure any-
case of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
4.5-3:mos

A. P. Jones, the popular young
station agent at this place, has been
offering his left hand when shaking
hands with friends this week, his
right member being allicted with
one of .ob's so-called comforters.


C. Nash and Rev. Dr. B. F. Marsh
made a fishing excursion to the Port
Orange bridge Wednesday morning
in the latter's automobile. Al-
though the tide was wrong, being
on the ebb, they caught a number
of sailor s choice, a red-snapper and
angel fish and had considerable fun
to boot.


Attorneys L A. Stewart and Eg-
ford Bly were in the city from -ID-
Land Thursday.
Attorney E. F. Oates was in Jack-
sonville from Thursday until yester-
day, on legal business.
Miss Sarah Stiling is assisting C.
E. Gardiner at the store during
Miss Abererombie's absence.
F. N. Conrad and family returned
from the beach Wediesday after-
noon and are again at home on
Orange avenue
Mrs. C. A. B- Tice, of Magnolia
avenue, has been suffering with
asthma, an old trouble brought on
again as a result of a severe cold.
Lonny Fagan, who was operated
upon for appendicitis last week, is
progressing in the most satisfactory
manner and will be around as usual
in a short time.
'Your eyes are your best friends.
Don't abuse them. Have glasses
properly fitted and relieve that
strain. Neville H. Clark,
Optometrist.
C. J. Messing and family went t,
DeLand Thursday afternoon to re-
main during the time of Mr. Mes-
sing's lief of absence from the post-
office, or about two weeks.
Alfred leath, who was laid up
with an attack of appendicitis, last
week at his home at Holly Hill, was
sufficiently recovered the forepart of
this week to return to Seabreeze.
REFRIGERATOR FOR SALE-A me-
dium sized refrigerator in good con-
dition for sale at less than half
price. Call on Geo. F. Crouch,
next door to Shanks' candy store.
F. S. Clapp expects to leave today
or Monday for New York, enroute to
Clyde, Ohio, where he will join his
wife and baby. Mr. Clapp has been
in charge of Young's Pharmacy
during Mr. Young's absence North
A couple of boys who had beon
taken from a Georgia orphanage by
Charles Dupont, of Matanzas, ran
away from that place last Saturday,
coming southward. They were
found at Daytona Beach Monday
and taken back to Mr. Dupont.
G. A. Fore, the popular proprie-
tor of the Fountain City Livery,
held a quiet, family celebration of
his birth anniversary last Sunday,
July 25th, being the day when Mr.
Foye was ,6C years young and his
friends are loth to believe him even
that.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Staples returned
Tuesday night from a six weeks'
vibit at New York and various
points in the New England States.
They experienced some very warm
weather when they first went north,
but had all kinds before their re-
turn.


Thos. Wetherell and family, of
Holly Hill, returned Wednesday
night from Washington, D. C.,
where they have been for some
weeks. Mr. Wetherell will at once
take up the work of continuing the
fencing of the W. B. Taylor tract of
land at Iolly Hill.
Col. and Mrs. M. Huston returned
last Sturday night from a several
weeks' visit at Asheville, N. C.,
New York and the Catskills. The
Colonel says the heat north made
them long for the cool breezes of the
Ialifax and they were glad to get
back,
Rev. Fred Marsh arrived from
Huston, Texas, Wednesday after-
noon and joined his parents, Rev.
Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Marsh at their
home on South Ridgewood avenue.
They will go to their old home at
Eustis next Wednesday to spend
their vacations together.
Sheriff E. L. Smith, while in the
city Thursday, handed out lemons
-to a few of the citizens in the shape
of summonses to appear at DeLand
August 10th to serve as petit jurors
at the term of the Criminal Court.
The lucky parties were L. Z. Bur-
dick, Geo. F. Smith and C. S.
Harris.
Calvin Dargan, colored, who
drives for the Daytona Livery &
T ,,, fo C1^ .t o, Palatik Th.. r^


J. T. Dunn, Sr.. returned last Sat- ..' .U
S, day to see his son, Lawrence, who
urday from a several weeks' visit in a to see his son, Lawrence, who
New Yrk. ringn, N was arrested Wednesday at Crescent
New York. Washington, Norfolk ,,. ....


ThirteeaIs itet L iky I
Oscar Michael one day t ust
while taking aload of hIaer
Ponce Park by way of the b
counted thirteen tarte crawls be-
tween Prt Orange and the Inlest
Some onehad dug the na, or at
leat -ttemptM to f d the.eug bat
fromtwo ofath Mr. Mihel ae-
cared 276 eggs.


I~BB J JL KIB MIS

I=l If E SEC OR


Acc mpsned By C. M. Barton of
Palatka He Confers With In-
tereste Parties.
J. A. Reid, organizer for the Flor-
ida Citrus Exchange, was the city
Thursday morning, accompanied by
C. Mi artno nf Palatlra anrA mt a


Services For Afngt.


'%. AM. ,ISLUy V U WUNLU, dUtt 1
number of the orange growers of During the month of August the
this section at Schmidt's Hotel. pastor of the First Baptist Charch
There would have been a much will give a eriesof inmda mo
larger attendance undoubtedly had mg sermons on the general sb-
the notice of the meeting been ,ject; Five Great Experences in the
given earlier. As it was several Life of hrist The topics and
parties here in the city were not dates wll be as follows:
aware of the meeting until after its Aug. 1-Taking His Place Among
occurrence, although W. C. Howesinner
was up from Port Orange, L B. g. 8-The Beginning of a
Knox from Mound Grove, C. A. Death Stuggle
Ballough from Holly Hill and some Aug. -A Hve's Gate.
others from outside points. Aug. 2-Love' Victory Over
No organization seems to have ate.
been effected, but Mr. Reid spent Aug. 9-The "Lat Enemy"
some time in conferring with those Slain.
present and giving them necessary The subject of the evening er-
information toward that end. mon tomorrow, Aug. let., will be:
Messrs. Reid and Barton werei "Influence." The blackboard will
brought over from DeLand in the be used in illustration sermon. The
morning by Judge I. A. Stewart, in Male Quartette will give special
his auto, and W. S. Hart, of New music. A cordial invitation is ex-
his auto, and W.S. Hart, of New l
Smyrna, carried them to that place tended toever e.
in the same manner in the early


afternoon. Amateur Minstrel Performance.
Everything is progressing nicely
Judge Michael O'Neill arrived toward the production of the mi&-
from Havana, Cuba, Thursday after- strel show. for the benefit of the
noon for a visit with his family at Daytona Cornet Band, which it is
Daytona Beach. prepared to give some time in the
Mrs. Mary Wilder and daughter, near future at Wilmana Opera
Miss Mollie, expect to leave next House, Seabreeze. A number of
Monday or Tuesday for a several those who will participate are al-
weeks' visit at Asheville, N. C. ready studying their parts and the
Miss M. Ella DeVoy will leave to- custumts have been selected for the
morrow for Camden, N. Y., from occasion. The orgwam tion and
which place she expects to make an management is in excellent hands,
automobile tour with a lady friend. being in charge of Cash Thomason,
who is an energetic, worker and is
"Nice new sweet potatoes at Our doing everything possible to make
Store. it a howling success.
Mr. and Mrs J. D. Maley have There will be a ten-piece orches-
purchased the F. G. Goddard place tra as well as the band which con-
at Daytona Beach with the intention sists of fourteen pieces and all the
of making it their home should they best local musical talent possible
like it there after a trial, will be obtained for specialties be-
Mrs. Rhoda Danielly, of Roberta, tween the first and second parts of
Ga., who has been visiting with her the minstrel entertainment. Date
nephew, W. 0. Lumpkin, and and program will be announced
family, on South Beach street, de- later.
parted Thursday for Tampa.


Mrs. M. Dollins and her daughter, Having a Fine Time.
Mrs. Fenner, and baby, who have In a letter recently to friends in
been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. G. this city Rev. D. IL Rutter stated
H. Gardiner for several days, re- that he was having a magnificent
turned to their home at Sanford, time touring with the gospel auto-
Thursday. mobile furnished by T. A. Snider, of


Bud Tanner, wanted on the
charge of selling liquor illegally at
this place, was arrested at Palatka
Thursday morning and brought
here in the afternoon by Sheriff E.
L. Smith for a preliminary hearing
before Justice H. T. Titus.


Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Lane, %
have been with J.. Lynch i
family, on Fairview avenue, i
spend a week with Mr. and Mr.
S. O'Bien, on Orange avenue,
fore returning to their home
Winter Park,


who
and
will
W.
be-
at


Cincinnati, for whom S. H. Gave is
now building the Calioa bunga-
lows in the southern part of the
city.
The party were then at Troy,
Ohio, for a few days. Mr. Rutter
said the movement was undoubtedly
producing good results and that
bein something entirely newand
unique in the way of evangelistic
work great crowds were being at-
tracted to the services.
Mrs. Rutter and the children, who
have been visiting with Mrs. Rut-
ter's mother and sister at Patterson,


Gad Taylor, the colored officer of N. J.. are now at Asbury Park, where
Midway, and one Ben Matthews Mrs. Rutter finds many people
were arrested yesterday morning by from Daylona. Mrs. Butter's moth-
Sheriff Smith on a capias issued by er and sister will come south with
the clerk of the circuit court on the her when she returns to Daytona in
charge of selling liquar illegally. September.
Both gave bond for their appearance.
Mra. W. C. Smith returned Thurs- Council Proceedings.


day afternoon from a visit to Lake-
land and Bartow. Mrs. Smith says
that while that is a nice section of
country she cannot help but prefer
Daytona after knowing both, as the
sea breeze makes the summers so
much pleasanter here.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dobbins and
two children, who have been visit-
ing with Mr. Dobbins' sister, Mrs.
W. J. Bethel, on Second avenue, re-
turned to S-,ford Thursday. Mr.
and Mrs. Dobbins were at one time
residents of Daytona, Mr. Dobbins
being in business with H. E. (,urigg.
J. D. C. Morris, who left Daytona
Iuly 1ith for Los Angeles, Cal.,
where he went as a delegate from
Daytona Lodge No. 1141, I. 1'. ).
E. to the grand lodge which met at
that place, retuin.d Thursday even-
S f L .. L I -


The City Council met in regular
session at the City Hall Monday ev-
ening.
Bills to the amount of $133.17
were read and ordered paid.
The bill of Melton & Shear for
S.5.: (30 was referred to the street
committee, while that of M. -H.
Zuber for $121.54 was referred to
the sanitary committee.
Bids for removal and cleaning of
of sanitary buckets were received
from M H. Zuber and Seville &
Green. After some discussion Mr.
Zuber withdrew his bid and the
contract was awarded to Seville &
Green.
The ordinance committee pre-
sented for third reading an ordi-
nance entitled "An Ordinance regu-
latint the taking of or the polluting
of any water, or the defacuin, damn-


Complete tas P rGts



Brass and Galv. Pipe iI


Fairbaks & Morse E &

Niagara Hydrauic Ems.

Ireland Pipe Wre aes.


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Phone 96.


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L. bTELWART
Physician and Surgeon
Special attentiUo to disaea of the
Ey Ear, Throt and Nose. Office
and residence, Mammoli avease, 3rd
door west of P. 0., te 2.
Ofloe bour 9 a. u. to 9 p. a.

G. A. KLOCK
Physician and Surgeon
Associated with .O. Oooley, M. D.
Specialattention given to dateaes of
the Eye, .ye, Nose and Throat. Ofice
hours 7 to as. 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 aad 6:00
to 7:3.
Telephone No. 122.

ROY HOWE. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Offie and residence: 123 So. Ride-
wood Avenue, opp Ridfewood Ho-
te. Phone 175. Oice kos: 9 to
11 a. m., 2to 4ad 6:30 to 8 p. m


S. H. GOVE
Architect Builder
Contractor


and


Residence and office, northeast cor-
ne Ridgewoo ad Vo miaave.
Phone 89. Daytoms, Fla.


Pitzgerald & Gates
Attorneys at Law
Spedal Atteati to Exacinhg and
Pufee Lad 0 t0
Conrad Bock, DAYTONA. FLA.
CarW D. TLdai Bert Pth
LANDIS & rtSH
Attorneys at Law
prmesdg In an s a". aMd IBersM
eart. CIlUor(amal badnem giw-
an arelb ains a .felmalm
for f lalcs es.

TITLES INSURI
Voki.tCombt'r Albeas..i.t-,t
andMTitle I-- mewr-j.




-D. D. & C. M. ROGERS
Civil Engineers
I DAYTONA and
O~ue IMIAMI FLA. ,

Daytoa Office Establed 1875-

Daytona Private Hos-
pital and Sanitarium
Every betty rtor th o atment
qatwmlemltrSMml "disal casest
aea top erma appU-
caUeo. No. 4U3I Bach sc. Daytoma.
Dr.40 A LOOK
Physeanin thaOrge.


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Carnegie Hall and third men's dormitory now completed; electric
lights, steamand furnace heat; a faculty; perfect health dw-;
fine gymnasium. athletic field boati terannicorts, goK fiaks; baseball.
football, and basketball team champions of Florida in 190. Nearly a
quarter of a million dollar endowent; exnaa moderate; so ip
available; Christian, but undenomintional; stands for


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Stockholders Liability
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100,000
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NOTE:-This Bank is Number One on the "Honor Poll" of
National Banks in Florida, and No. 187 in the whole
United States, among over sixty-eight hundred National
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Pmrnvn hKv nor anu a sand anrl renntation.


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gloriesis
SNo one who
Sts smoth, packed
Swho ever pedaled abi-
eyJp ito esxpase; no one who ever
dro *ranedn pair of horses and list-
S ended to theh ppil o their steel sho
upon its asplrftn.-bt face; no one
who ever steered a high-power automo
bile down the broad stretch of wave-
washed and surf-paked sand but real-
ized that it is a world-beater, a world-
wonder. Go stand upon this wide
speedwayand ee the happy souls flit
by in joyous mood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven modem
wonders.
The PlcM. Phal cM IMYd Rver.
Where think you is water with more
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta-
tion, artiste cottages with roomy ve-
randa's looking out upon her bosom,
gamey food fshes countless numbers
beckoning, as it were, to thoee with rod
and reel; her booa flecked with duck
and coot and am ay-wased sea birds,
which sit about% -if for the sport of
bobbing upon her waves; watch that
lubberly old white headed pelican powu h
a fat mullet, nd that fish hawk str.g-
gling upward with his floundering load
he snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick and
S Span, their hamper andloeker bulging
r with hfreiamenta both solid anl liquid,
ready for a cr se upon her beautiful
musface. Takeout our field gadand
sweep the river from Onmad bridge to
Ponce Park light house, then say
? whether the Halifax is't a thing of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
the modern wonders.
The admeW Plearawque w e.
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
and the wide-speading branches of the
heav-tranked live-aks extend their
giant arms across this magnificent vista,
Forming an are and from these extend-
edarms great festoos of Spanish moss
away as the trade winds from tropic seas
fan them. Looking straight ahead down
this white shell street one has the im-
preloon of a fairy path with elph dra-
pers, bt as you move along and cst
an eye first to the right and then to the
S left yd see tguished cottage homes
SIn the most-delightful settings.
1et er COsw Q ee.
FI ea atomna a Attractions, per-
a more nearly universal
a ttentio and praise than does the rtis-
S ticottage. The ownersof theseeharm-
'--- "0 ing vias hail from every comer of the
country and they bring their own archi-
textural Ias and build upon them,and
a as the architecture of one section of the
country differs from the architecture of
another so do our homes differ in out,
-, wrd appearance and strutura beauty
from one another. There am no monoto-
a ous rows of strikingly similar building
but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated
to a aleidoopi change which keep
the mind wondering "What next?"
Streetsas sPvemt tahe Mt md Bert.
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
fo tate hand of man to give the little
..m finLMa touches which .have brought
out the colors and outlines of the big

g' Man did all this in the laying out ol
.thaeasets with 'their wide margins ol
| I. pthe entire city becomes u

: '.".-ad a for pavements, pavement
JBtlook and acst like granite,-when
l'" "e between the meatem and western
u-m m ateany miles ia proportion kt
SI bitaats? Till some unheard-o


r7 placee reports more and better, Daytona
,, throwa down the gauntlet to the world.
SeLweks, FrWire rds mepro"s
- lWhatever one's shortcomings da
, iomever Indifferent or eve. callous one
a. m be to many things, the mere men,
tin of "squirrel and flowers, birds anu
fruits" will send a thrill that is refleetec
in distended pUpils and pricked ears.
-- For every visitor with a spare "goo
ber" there is a bunny ready to come our
and accept your gift. He will sit bol
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 o
variegated hues predominate, another
has a penchant for the poinsettia an<
the premises are aflame; another is bid
den in a jungle of tall cane.
The birds fit in, and with their joyou
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 score
of citrus groves in proximity to the city
branches bending to the earth with their
burdens of lusIous golden globe.
The Fstest Aste Ad The Fmest Out.
Here is where world's records for speed
are broken with every recurring season


BUSINESS METHODS.

The Neeseslty of Advrtsing and the,
Efficincy of SaemamI.
A man may have several carloads of
ability. He may have brains and ideas
and other desirable things. But all the
deas ever Ideated" will not avail to
rai a man who neglects that all im-
portat item of advertising. You aim
ply jntt get attention. Of course you
can get attention by firing off a re-
volver during office hours or you can
do It by wearing loud clothes and pro
claiming your kinship In the sporting
fraternity. But most men who have
risen from the ranks have carefully I
neglected to use methods of this-kind.
Every office man mqt act as hl.-
own salesman. He most first prelpmre
himself by Increasing his efficiency.
He mqst be able to do th- -rk for
which he is hired. Not shto hld
he do that for whi'-li ht- i .redl. htut
he must. do tl-" w-rk IM-'! r th:in it
ever was done 0 ore. Wellni Ihat ilenl
has been attendlc to it Is hlhci tiunxeto
look about for more work j
The wise'entliplo.t e will keep his ee i
on the Job aliend tir. Ileter mill will i
look at a job which does not exist, but I
which should exist for the good of the I
business. The next step Is to think
out a selling t;lk that will get the at-
tention. arouse the interest. create a
desire and bring about in the mind of
the employer a desire to do what the
live employee desires him to do.- Book
keeper.

rORGOi HIS OWN LINES.

A Quotation That the Poet Campbell
Failed to Recognize.
That poets, like other folks, some-
times forget their own creations Is
shown by an Incident related by Sir
Frederick Pollock. At a dinner where
Thomas Campbell and Lord Nugent
were present the conversation drifted
from the use of Latin words in English
to monosyllabic verse. Some one ex-
pressed a doubt whether two consecu-
tive lines composed of words of one
syllable could be found in our
language. Lord Nugent at once quoted:
"By that dread name we wave the sword
on high,
And swear for her to live-with her to
die."
Campbell said he did not believe In
the lines and asked where they came
from. Lord Nugent said. "From your
own 'Pleasures of Hope.'" "How do
you know that?" asked the poet "l
know It all by heart," replied Nugent
"Ill bet you a guinea you can't repeat
It." said CampbelL The bet was taken
and Nugent started declaiming. The
poet soon got tired and said: "1 see
you know the Ipoem. Don't go any
further." The other insisted upon re-
peating the whole poem or claiming
double stakes, and Campbell paid the
extra guinea In order to be spared the
recital of the poem which had made
him famous-which he had forgotten.-
New York Mall.

How to Patch a Canoe.
There are several different "home-
made" methods by which to repair a
crack or leak In a canoe. Perhaps the
most permanent is varnish or shellac
and silk. Put a little varnish over the
* crack, place a small silk patch over the
varnish. letting it dry. then varnish or
shellac over the silk. Two coats will
Sbe sufficient. If it is a varnished ca
Soe. use white silk. and the patch can
hardly be detected, the silk being
transparent. This may be put on both
inside and outside if necessary. White
lead and varnish mixed well and put
i to the crack is also a good permanent
repair. If on a cruise in the woods
and without the necessary articles to
make a permanent repair, get a little
spruce gum off the trees. beat and add
a little grease and put over the crack.
The grease hais a tendency to keep the
gum from getting very hard. and It
will not break so easily. The silk and
- shellac repair is the usual remedy for
a puncture In a canvas covered canoe
--Recreation.


The Dogs of Turkey.
In the matter of kindness to animals
It Is sid that the Turk cannot be sur-
passed. Thus at Stamboul the wan-
dering dogs are treated with great
gentleness, and when puppies come
into the world they are lodged with
their mother at the"%ide of the street
In improvised kennels made out of old
boxes lined with straw and bits of
carpet And frequently when a young
Turk happens to be fush of money he
goes to the nearest baker's shop and
"buys a quantity of bread, which he
distributes among the dogs of the
quarter, who testify their gratitude by
Jumping up at him with muddy paws
and sniing muzzles.


When Youth Wanes.
Old age has many definitions, and
middle age more. But you may take it
that you are not really an old man
so long as you take an interest in your
personal appearance. There Is not a
nurse who does not know the sign of
convalescence-when the patient wants
to be shaved and put a good appear
ance in this world. And so long as the
man of sixty can take an interest In
the latest tie-and tie It-he is preserv-
ing his youth.-London Chronicle.

He Had a Reason.
I notice you are very cautious In
what you say about people."
"Yes."
"Why is this?"
"Well, I ain't prominent enough to
claim I was misquoted."-Loulsville
Courier-JournaL


Time Wasted.
Boston Lady-Did you learn anything
at the Woman's club? New York Lady
-Absolutely noting. Wish I hadn't
mnm. I had seen all the onwna hea


MANS EIINMIE. EMBBm. U
T.t 2 Legal Notices |

The Small Fees Am the Most D lyLegal No ces
and destructive. S-- .-.----
1 eone of Herbert Wells' brilliant
stories the terribly scientific and prae- (First pub. May lmS.)
ticaly Invincible Martians who have Administrator's Notice.
Invaded the earth and conquered Eng
land are stopped in the midst of their All persons having any cinm whatsoever
against the estate of Ellas M. Vining, late
victories and utterly destroyed by the oiOrmond, Volusla County, Florida, are
attacks of microscopic foes. Infinite hereby noticed to le their accounts with
the undersignt d within six months from
ly small organims germs of diseases date. or the same will he barred according
to which man has become In some de- to law. JAMES P. VINING,
Administrator.
green Immune. slay the wonderful war- Dated--Ormond, Fla., May 15th, 19a1.
riors of -a planet never Invaded by
these earth foes. What the greatest i First Pul-. July 24; last pub. Mept. I1.,
battleships and the heaviest gnus
could not do the unseen and unknown Notice to Non-Resident.
living seeds of death accomplish. In the Circuit Court, hrv-
More clearly every day the world enth Judicial Circuit in
Sandi for Volusia county,
understands that in the life and affairs I Florida.
of mankind the most deadly and de .IN C'HANiERY.-
T. A-4nider, tomnphlalt iint.
strctive foes are extremely small All vS
of the fierce mammals and poisonous Benjamin Mason, individ-
ually and as Trustee. Lola
serpents of Africa do not kill as many Mason. Williai R.tars-
human beings In ten years as the well. Elmira Lh ('ar'well,
Gract-Thurman aund C. R.
tsetse fly slays in one. The tigers and Thurman, Sarah J. Woltz,
cobras of India kill their thousands individuallyy and as Asig-
: nee of t. C. Hutton, ('. C.
every year. but the rats which spread sutton and .. Willinam
the germs of the bubonic plague de- aAdall other p- oni claiim-
their tens of thousand. In th lg as heirs, nuuuinistra-
stroy their tens of thousands. n this tors. exeutors or signs
country the common housefly tn of an'y of the foregoing
doubtedly causes more deaths than all rTo Willian 4Ctarswe, Eimira L. (':rs-
the venomous snakes. wld beasts. well, race Thurnan and i. R. Thurmann,
mad dog runaway hours and Iarah J. Wolz, individually and as ussign. e
mad dog runaway horses and 1 tem- o (C.c. utton,('.St. Outon and It. Wil-
pered bulls ten times over. The ac- iilisuand n;l other persons clainting as
heirs, adanlinstrators, executors or assigns
tual proportion Is probably much high- ofany cf the foregoing persons.
er than ten to one--Cleveland Leader You ae hereby required to appear to the
Bill of complaintt killed herein against you iu
:the above entitled cuse on or before the
Itlh day of (k-toler. A. II 1519.
MAN AND MONKEY. 'The Daytona Gazette News" Is her-eby
deslginated as the news!iper in which this
i order shall be published once a week
Difference Between the Human and : for eight consecutive weeks.
Animal Method of Thought. Witness miy haud aunl .sea of oltice this
Animal Method r dy of July. A. I.. 1 59.
The difference between the animal ;fu 0AL.- MAML. l). JORDAN.
-. .. 'lerk t'ircuit Court.


and the human dea or wnat consl-
tutes "knowing" comes out nicely In
a piece of work done at Clark univer-
sity-A. J Klnnman's study of rhesus
monkeys, the Bandar-log of the -Jun
gle Book.-
The monkey, following the usual
procedure. learned to get his food
from a box. the lid of which fastened
with a key. The key, however, could
not be withdrawn from the lock
After the monkey had become familiar
with the device and could operate It
as readily as a man could do the ex-
perimenter took the key out of the
lock and laid It on the floor in front
of the box. The monkey picked up the
key. played with It. but made no at
tempt to use It Then the experiment
er took up the key. and. fifty times In
succession, with the monkey two feet
away watching every motion, he un-
locked the box. The monkey would
have starved before he Imitated that
simple act He had learned to open
the box by making certain movements
He bad no idea of the key as an in
strument In the process. We some-
times think Instruments and means
and causes. The animal thinks large-
ly motions.-E. T. Bronston in Mc-
Clure's Magazine.

A Rare Opportunity.
When the circus came to Bushby the


SFltzg-nrald & plates,
Molicitors for tonmplainant.

Bids for Building Public School.
Healed propos-ls for furnishlng material
;antd labor for the erection complete of n
brick or concrete Public MShool building at
)laytona. Florida, will be received by the
Trustees of said school up to August Idth.
Iut, at 7 o'clock p. in., at which time the
satne willbe publicly opened in the 'ity
Hall in said city.
Plans, specifications and blank forms of
proposals will he furnished on application
to W.t'. lh-*armo, architect, Miami, iFl.
A deposit of ten dollars will l- required by
him which will 1- refundetl on return of
'p pins aIund sptcillcatlons.
A certified check for two per cent of the
Sam ount bid will Iw required to accompany
:the bids, tlh same bllei Ig inal payable to
I theorder of thI Trustees of tle i aytona
Public Whools. as a guarante-, that the su .
Scessful bidder will enter Into hondas for the
Scomplehtion of the work, the sa-tle to It re-
turned to all un-,uc.cessful bidders us quick
as the contract is awardedl.
Th- Trustees reserve the right to reject
Sandy or all hlids.
WM. JACKK)N., Secretary.

(First pub. July 3; last pub. July 31)

NOTICE Of SPECIAL ELECTION.

It it It
W H RKAHt. The (ity Councel of the. I'ty
of l)aytona, Florida, on the twenty-
eighth day of June, A. D., I ", subject to the
Sratictation by the municipal franchise
electorate, granted the petition of The EKst
Florida Telephone C company, its successors
iand assigns, for a franchise to construct,
,operate and rnulaitain a tel-.phone systent
in the City of Ihtytona. The ternls of said
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Th. ebsald Hi2haw List-
Myaethc is a .letrtmqn- pl6ae A
ighthome stands high upon the maln
muant Cerro del Crestm.S at the north
entrance of the shallow bay--thehigh-
est lighthose In the world save
Gibraltar-aad the south entrance is
guarded by rugged rocks. In the dis-
tance lies the town, with its cathedral
spires standing prominently against
the sky; below, cocoanut palms and
thatched roofs, and in the blue back-
ground the towering peaks of the Cor-
dilleras complete the scene. A cool-
ing breeze modified the rigors of the
midday tropical heat, and the night
was one of splendor, with a gorgeous
sunset, followed by a full and brilliant
moon.-Outing Magazine.
Shameless.
Persons belonging to the higher
walks of life are to be seen promenad-
Ing in short Jackets and chimney pot
hats without the slightest symptom of
awkwardness or shame-London Tal-
lor and Cutter.


Report of Condition

Volasia County Bank
DeLand, Fla., and

MERCHANTS BANK,
(Branch of Volunua Oounty Banks
Daytona, Florida.
Ac called for by the Comptroller at close of
business June 1, 1119.
REotROUle-.
Loans and discounts..... .......... sfA5,Wit .
stocks and bonds ................ I. Urin
Overdrafts. ..................... .. I lMl
Banking houses and fixtures ...... .iLMI
Real estate ........................4.... ,et
('a.sh on hand and in banks.......... 7,7Ila

LIABILITIKM.
Capital Stock ..................s...W,000,0
Surplus and undivided profits..... aSl.s
Deposits ............................. 812.14,2.i


SFirst pub. June 19; last pub. Aug. 7)
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
In County courtt, )
Volusinit'ountv Itate4 of
rlorida ) Henrietta Heymann
AL persons having claims or demands
against the Estate of Henrietta Hey-
nanu, deceased. are hereby notified to pre-
sent theti to the undersigned within the
tine allowed by law or they will be forever
barred t4 HlEYMANN. XIxecutor
Ihi town, Florida, June it 12 .

Bond Sale.
The Board of School Trustees of the Ulty
of Daytona, Florida, will receive seakld pro-
itosals until August 15th, 1 1n, at 2f:4 p. in.,
I ,r 3ISS.lUN) 5 per cent. a) year Achool Bonds,
interest payable annually.
Full Information will be given on appl-
cation to Wm. Jackson. mcretary. Ilay-
tona. Florida.
All bids luust be marked "Bids for Bonds.,
and accompanied by.~ ashier's or certitled
chet-k for one per cent. of the face of the
bonds bid for, which shall be applied to the
purchase price if accepted, or returned if
rejected.
The right is reserved to reject any and all
bids. W M. J ACKSON,
Secretary Board of school Trustees.
Daytona, Fla, July 16, 106. Jly24-4


large attendance was a surprip e to ; MASOuNuseC DIRECTOR.
Squire Bensf and he said so to Wil .AN ORIINANCK To rt-quire The I-:at MASONIC DIRECTORY.
llam Hamlori the postmaster. oia T" o in to mI LIFAX LO)DGE. No. 81 F. & A. M-
Ilam amn, tl postmaster rtain imaprovement'nts in the telephone Meets Ist and 3rd Thursdays.
"It Is natural that men and children system in laytoiua, Volusla county.
S Florida, whereby the hotels, stores and HALIFAX CHAPTER, No. 5, R. A. M.-
should wis to o, remarked the residences of hlaytoua Inay. without d.-- Meets 2nd Thursday.
squire in bis formal tone. "but I must lay, tw assured of improved telephone ORIENTALCOMMANDERY,NO 9,K.T.-
oness to a feeling o amazement on service, and to grant to said colhnai-ny Meets 4th Thursday.
fe t meo the right to constru-t, operate nd LIVE OAK CHAPTER, No. 1. O E. ) .-
bearing that the lades of the town mitain such te-lephaone system in Meets 2nd and th Tuesdays.
had flocked to see wild beasts and that Daytona. Volusia countyy Florlin.
young woman who leaps from one BE IT (IKIAINEI) BY THI 'ITY ('tTN- All meet In Masonic Ball, Orange avenue.
CIL OIF I)AYTONA. FLORKIDA-.
wire to another, with no regard for; HSection 1. That forand in consideration
her personal safety." of the premises, the wnetits to tw derived Make your kitchen
by the i-1ople of Daytona, Florida, and the M k u i c 1
"Tell you just how 'tis square." said 1 fulfilliiut of the olllgations nd conditions
Mr. Hamlin confidentially. "I don't ert-inafter naaned on tih- part of the 1a st
FloridlaTelephone company said company forta l flgt
think many of the women folks plan- shall, without unnce.-ssiry delay.m improvertable, get a
ned to go till Jed Potter came In here the wirns iand pol's of its line on ie-ach
one mall time and told Miss Emma treet I acy repitncing ltepreon'setlit lle eon st id
s.tre-t with a cable frona .iu-' Oak t-Street to
Bolles he understood the show was as rotid Avenaue, iand all other streets wh.-re
enough to asare anybody out of ten wires cxc-ed twenty pairs in said city; to
t of ten ts end td coulpi lly, its succ,'x.sorsa liid tl
years' growth. mssigis. Is -hereby grate-d i frntchis.- for
"MiUs Emmas getting on, and you ti. co nstructioni- spraition i- In r inten-
Select' Of I te-h-phonelle N.tcl ill tile" t'it of
couldn't expect her to let a chance like Iaytona, Voluslan countyty, ploridtl. for the
that go-nor any of the other women., propose of supwit l yliph u ic :l ilUllitant l thrll| -
of ge with tele'phtontic oiiiiimuaii-;mtioia tiw.e Rn- || 11 |A I
now, could yer'-Touth's Companion. four hours cit-h day; the- .s:ll grantt.e. i'ts ASOIU E AN
suc e.sors and lssltl rn l are hert'hv -L'autt-d
thle furtht r r:ght to e-r ct such plles..
Kep Your Tsmpe. wires and appliat-nes. and to Inake suc-h -x-
Which of all the dome rtus ctvatlios alohn the public streets. avenlu.s. Of a
Which of all the domestic virtues tI alleys nld public plan-es of sutih city is llay I or a
most- essential to a happy married Io t-R-ec-ss ry for thi- purls ,. of -upplyinagi
such atmeas of teSepholo; comlmIll unlcation
life? The ability to keep one's ter- to r.-si,. i-.. u-s.ie hou. i- hUot.- ad Peirfcin BI
per, beyond all question, otht-r put.li- Itle.s. or IhulilinRs.I isl or to I.. New Perection Blue
built or a-rect- i l wtlhill t he said city. i utch
There is nothing which lends more poles. wir-st. ppl itance s. -excao It- s. 1-.t
to misery. not only for its possessor, to i-w sulbjec te tot I,- proval of council. Fla S v ep
t 't'io iJ 2. That" te-rlan of thiis fr n-hal.' -' shl It
but also for those about him. than an I for a i wriod of Twenty ta,) y,-nra, fi o l
ungovernable and unreasonable temr t he dait- of ratilicntion hereof bv ithe quali-
per. No one is worse to live with -tit lect.orsf telr erctiou of D al ne es- C l s ble.
Meet ioii3- 1 i Inline e-rect iouof allInecks-o as possible.
than an ill tempered man. except per- sary poles, wires o r aplplialu.-s, the- ha:id
haps an il tempered woman grant.-e. ts tssors ant ssJias. shall ot
haps an ill tempered woman have tlt, right lto cut ndown or lop off ainLv
-Bad tempered people completely tre-. lini. hrninc-h or ctil-r <,nost:ct-s in anyv h y I
spoil the lives of those who associate str t a ue. nley on- o .her nunlie. Ilat,

ever present. One never knows Just Lt-il It Is fur"'.r are y.
e.-lctton 4. It Is further r agreed t y Ihl.,
when the storm will break. although grantel- her.lin. its succe-s.-or. and assi Furn ur
that all aec'ess ry expe-Rnse int-idental to Itil-
apparently the weather. metaphorical- telt ioTt calh rns pir lr e iciderinthalltt.! h r T eI
ly, Is "set fair." Life to these circum- lwrne Ihy said grantte. I
stances be es a burdealmosttion That t work of changing to um
stances becomes a burden almost be cn asherinprovied all coupled
yond bearing. biy the- ratnllt-, its succe-.srs t and assign. ISU ,
o within one year from the dafte of tlih rlntill-
catiol hererf ily tlhe quanlifed electors of the
Caught Her. -,ity of laytna. VI
"I am looking for aompehingt ice action io. That from n al ater two v.e-mr OCEAN VILLA
froen tild ate of ratilication its hlreln malen- Mr. W W Atktt M--er
for a young man." said the,young and tioutn stiid g rantte e atgr-t-s to ayn to the Mrs. W. Alctt. Mager.
pretty shopper sitid 'ity of I ayton tth- sumn of ( ne(apr t4 ) pery
.. vear for each telephone in use- during tll. Open from May toOctober.
"Why don't you look In the mirrror?' t.rm of this flranchise-. il iin-uoe lice-n.-us fees Fronting the Atlantic (K-ean.
asked the gallant clerk, 'wich utye I et cy I d city. arge pleasant rooms. Mode
letlion 7. That ii i-furthrlareelt-l I tl' Large pleasant roomsMoern
And she was so tfustered that he grnntee. herein, its succes-.ors .itid a sis i ins. conveniences Rates reasonable.
managed to sell her four different th"t th'e i'lt" aiunl pric.- for lirty wir.- It.I- Special to families.
ephoun p-r year sli :l i- i, follows: Feor
things that she did not want before Private lwrnt.ln-n.c-.. Tw-anty ($V,, dloll;ira: Dayton Beach. Florida.
she knew what she was drilg. for ftouslh.i Hoteua-. Twi lyty.-|iSr. ( e olr --'-
.I ectiota t. It i. furthliera re. I thl a ll -r.-
Galvanizeld Iron is not ;:alvatlztd at shalt Ii. pla'--d in, uLIh IhLi..s ,t. 'oun-il LOW TIDES on the BEACH
11many hereiaftn-r dl.-sigmnte. not to exce.-,-d five
all. but is coated with zinc bIy being phones for the use-of city ottic-rs at a price
plunged into a bath of that metal and 0o Teni lo) dollars p-r year. Day MA y JUNE JULY
n t R .-ctilon i. Tha.t tit ItI .-*il>irntioll Mon thr I i
muriatic acid. lerell l of thi fr;tll -i i.m- i -.e -ttii'-ity of t a- y
--- -- tona shal have tihe right i to purchase sal ... ... I... .0:... ...11 .. ...11:31...
ep oftrh tate of Floridea. d th l.aw ... 11... ...1:27 12:... 12:18...
Truth and ~a'cticIon Tr1. i;tl hls- frlhi- a1111 I. .. ... 3.... 12.-0.5 ... ...12:44... ...103...
comi e e-ecti veal o il fo full fore:lt ii.nmel t ... ... 12:40...... 1:23. .... 1 50...
oup t rt lt th ettv iylil-ton la. ...r ... 1. .. 1: ..... 2:05...... 2:39...
stectioin II. Th- .Mao, r hall c.-tunu th1 ... 6... .. 1:4.. ...... 2:50.. ... 3:29...
pullicattiou oft Ili earinaina.-fr,- fr atpriod of ... 7 ..... 2:23..... 3:37.. ... 4:22...
thirty ,:j, tinl ii. a mti n.wpanp-r pulili-el-d 8... 3:0" 4:3 5:19...
appeal to the Well-Informed in every il it-esty or l )tlI;;. i.11 ad 1. l i istue hla .... 3:0.... ... :31.. ... 5:19...
SIproct'llall'tionlt-anllillr n ~'tecial .*h.ft-ill oin .- 9...... 3:47 ... ... 5:32.. ... 6:20...
walk of life and are essential to permanent th.- lthd:tayof to\u-ui. A. .. 1 .a- awhii... ... ...1 4:3... .. 7:25...
-.- (. .. .. .. it e....I-i.. ...10.i ...11 4 :I;.... .. 7:478 ... ... 8 :2533...
t '.-|t tion thl- t4t :;!il:.* iIt 8 3
Success and creditable standing. Accor- C'i1 of Ia-ytoni ihaell ha,.- .nn ; olrttnit ...
t. ,t'\l,' t o he-ir nipi-ov l ma dis;iil-lrov-:tI ei ...12 ... ... 6:52- ...... :53.. ... 9:39...
Singly, it is not claimed that Syrup of Fige thi, ,oclinR.ee..or :run-ichii -. :,is prv,. il ...13...... :02... 9:57.....0:40...
and Elixir of Senna is the only remedy of .-tion 1. That :ali onrinani- r vr. ...14... :1......10:57.. ...11:36...
" ..a ... ..... .t ordlnllllllt e-- ill rlntli t h..u.-t.. il. ..-.. ... 1.- .... 1()0:1>......11::02. .....11:47...


Station
stock a
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iat the rwh of
nery? The 0aul
and the finest mOark
ext order.


Wouldn't It Make


You Mad


after you had carully searched and
deary paid for canne goods sp
posed to be the best to find upon
opwiig them that they provedtobe

of ordinary and inferior quality; or
a "pig in a bag."
Wen buying canned goods you do it on yor
see the inside of the can, thefio be sure to get a
brand.

"ROYAL SCARLET"
(t6 VARIETIES AND STYLES IN GLASS AND TIMS

is the standard and the Fish, Fruits and Vegetables
that brand are all guaranteed to be the f&es in i
You neverrun a chance of getting a in a

you buy ROYAL SCARLET."
FOR SALE BY i.-


L. G. LYMAN.


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SDAYTONA BEACH HOTEL
Mrs. Celeste Hinks, Proprietress, Daytena Bach, IN,
Are you going to spend the summer on the beach? Thea u
U go to the Daytona Beach Hotel.
PRICES MODERATE.
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MERCHANTS BANKt
(BRANtC OF VOLUSIA COUNTr BAKl) .-;
Capital Stock..................... ............. ......
Surplus and Profits .............................
Four per cent interest paid on Savings accounts and
tificates of Deposit. No notice required for withd hi .

Safe Deposit Boxes For e I:.


FLORIDA EAST CO
LOCAL TIME CARD No. 79. ____
No. 85 No.9 N 7 No 82
DAILY DAILY MAIN LINE DAILY DAILY
400 pm 9 30 am Lv..Jackonville .r 7 3 pml 8 36 am
5 25 pm 10 55 m Lv. .$t.Aunustine Ar 6 05 pmr 7 05 am
6 27 pm l 6 am Lv East Palatka. Lv, 5 06 pm 6 0am
801 pm! I 32 pm Lv....Ormonld .... Lv 3 26 pm! 4 28 am rpn.
8 14 pm 144I pm Lv....Davtona ....Lv: 31 I pm 4 5 am ope
8 5 pm 2 L pm Lv..New Smyrna .Lv 1'0 pm 3 0) am operaed
10 00 pm 3 36 pm Lv. .Titusville. Lv I pm 2 27 am tween Ja
1043 pm 1 pm 4 pmLv......Cca ..... Lv 1246 pm; 1 48 am
10 47 pm 4 23 pm:Lv. ..Rock Itlege.. Lv 12 2 2 pm 144 am
11 20 pm t 57 pm.Lv. ..Ean ,;allie.. I-v 12 1,) pm n 12 am Punma
11 30 pm 5 07 pm Lv.. MlrrI Lv 1-2 (r2 pm 1 03 am tween X
128 am 7 05 pm Lv ..Ft. 'ierr-e ..L -v 10 f3 am It 30 pm Key over
3 48 am 9 17 pm Lv..W. Palm IHealh lv.~ H 04 am 1 40 pmn Jaeksoavl
6 30am U 30 pm Ar ..... Miami .... Lv 5 am 6 00 pm : 816and
7 00am ....... Lv..... Miami .....Ar .......... :5 0 pm
8 20 am.......... L......... I... I.......... 4 10 pm:
10 44 am ....... Key....... 46 am
11 30 am....... .Ar Kni tig- Ky Lv .......... 1 00 am
t600 pm .......... Ar W. Key st. I.v .......... 7 30 am
S30 am........... Ar ... arna.... I.v ........... 3 00 pm dj
.Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdayv arrival. at Key West.
tTuesdays, Thursdays and satlrdaysu ,lpartures from Key West.
;Mondays, Wednesday- andl 'ritlayv-. rrivail and departures at Havana.


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PALATKA BRANCH


PALATKiA BRANCH
Leave east! EAST PALATKA TIP Arrive ILeave PALATKA T
ralatka PALATKA hIlarka P'alatka PALATKA
5 15 am N. IVW I trii v ....... 5 *rlT a m i 5 1 0) am -. -- -- So 101 I k la y 6 40 0
6 1is5 a m ---.. )o 102 I jiy .. rI; :-'A) 1 .1 0 W am .N 103 D ail .... 8.t o 5l..
930amm..A.. ). 1A Iaily .......... !,#.arm 112: alp ....No.100 Di .. ilIla.
12 05 pm1.......... N). i 106 tilv ..... ..12' 2-)pa 2 i7)jm ... __No.M 107 iluily.. 315II
4 10 pm 1 ..... _-No. 10, IiY...... 1 : 0Im Ibp ...m..Nn. 10 It atly.4...I
5 15 pm L......o. Dlcailv Iim 5V pin ..........No. 111 6Da PM-, 1
635 Pm[__.N". 112 Daily .........r)%:1IOI lpn ....... 11. 13 aily.......7 2 pf-

SAN MATEO BRANCH
~ave East: EAST PALATKA TO) .AIrive si-all leavesa. SAN MATEO TO EAST'.trrivegaf
POlWai SAN NIAl E, Mateo MateoPATKA
830 amHin.o. 1l 1) 0iiv T .ui am 9 00 am 0.o. 104 Dalm_...... 920'
a320 pm ..0..N. lu Iai .....y... 1. in I 3 3450m __Noo. 10I8aI.i -.. ..4W

NO. 50): NO- 52, _\... 54 No- 56
I~aliy l~aly ihally i'aiv- WZAYPORT BRACH D at-
LVDaily DDily aF DOW Daily
710 p15 o42 W ;x *I. r,.-. IX)Arm....... % 40 5 AN 8 154T. 1 (A PU ';iu
810P.a65Pm~rnuiLlnAJ &tt,.~.h...L555 tM754 WIO( rlI V U S~Oir
7 :jo p4 5 46 2 44) 'Ifi1, 10 AM
A.. ~..,,i.L.. 5OAm x ("1 Am; W 4 S19POm2
8 j() p 6 05 PW 3 (A) P1111 Ay) Ar May l.,,f ....~'......... L. -i R) Aa) 7 47) AK12 00 39 5 INU PV
4 i.r111t City Branch 7: .,i. khb. Sanford Branch
3 30 pm 9 30 am L.w s t orti. r 1 4.7l Inn 7 5mii :aurn At I
4 15 pm 11 .0 am Lr...kl 1e 1Gi 15 9 :0aminA.r....aaafordi i.v. r Iv__1
4 Z pm Ii It am L) &in an:- 'i*z..Lu 12 -it pin -4 30o1it
4 30 Pm 12 410) in A, *'r..nu. 'i-, J-.. 1-2L C. ;. n Z16an':Ab -1 2" 96 tbakeve -t Seen-u'If
Connection made at Kniats Kev with P. S 4). (;. -. Co. for Ke ywe "and Nm.... Cacu.
8WTheae TIME TABLES hibw the ritnt A .t whichh trains May he expected to arrive at and de4rl tiof
oevefrl stodato but their arriva i or' J pvrPUuurxit the times stated t noa "gartmne.d nor a th L
so be held reaponsible for anY dei. *. -Ally con-.-.aueuce arising therefrom.
FOR COIY OF THE LOCAL iME CARD OR OTHER iNFORM-ICI ON *S!E TUE OKmKEI' All,
L D. RAHNERelneral Passenger Agent ST. AUGUSTINE. FLOW"ID';,


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