Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: August 7, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
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Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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21, No. 11

GQoes verywhere. Reaches All Clase.

Daytona, Florida, August 7, 1909.

BSe Advfuhh 5sgMW b Si nawwn TIMM".

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Owing to the late arrival of a shipment of one hundred dozen Towels
tihich we should have received early in the spring, but arrived after our
.;eason 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 95e a dozen. Do not fail to get what towels
izou need at this ridiculously low price. See the window display.





SAny customer purchasing I
iceries for cash. I will sell a hay
ire, your own selection out of
subjects, size 23x27, for only 5.


ito desorate your homes. You
$2.oo worth at one time. Ask
Pictures on display in my
?regulay way $1.5o to $2.oo eacl



The North Beach Street


Fames, Doo
Cottage A


2.oo worth of Gro-
idsome framed pict-
one hundred and fifty
9 cents.


don't have to buy
for coupons.
window. Worth in
h. Call and see them


Grocer. 'PHONE 19."

A close examination of electric-
al work finished and charged for
from this shop shows how square-
ly and honorably we transact our
business. Electrical repairs re-
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.

232 South Beach Street. I

r. Wood WorKer.
r and Window Screens made to order.



IR. D. TAYLOR, Electrical Contractor
House Wiring a Specialty.
ealer in Electrical Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shades,
Lamps No. 8 Orange avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.
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Bond Lumber Company,


|Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime
Office and Yards: East i'oas
iand Cement in Stock. ,.w, ,.,,n: .., t.
nd Cement Railway atd range Avenue
1"ILI L Bond Mill, Atlantic oast Line Ky..1 lminlles south of.lacksonvlle.
S Kalamaoo. on sanford Branch ct the V. E.. (. Ky.

Phone 83


R. J. MALBY, Manager.

ig a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin :oof, a lHot Air Furnace,
ny of the other metal necessities required to complete a modern
lling, remember that

best prepared to give prompt and reliable service at fair prices.
General repair shop on Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory.
-d, KO O,,t of town work solicited.





Suicide Was Deliberately Planied B. H. Williamson of This City
and Most Successfully Died of Pneumonia Last
Carried Out. Sunday Morning.
"Please notify II. H. Schley, care: The death of B. H Williams, at
Lakelyn Hotel. You will find my Atlanta, Ga., last Sunday came as a
body lying in the woods on the shock to his many friends and ac-
left," was the message virtually from quaintances in this city and vicinity,
the dead that led to the discovery of for Mr. Williamson was a picture of
the body of Edward White, of Plait.- rugged health when he went to
field, N. J., a retired business man, Atlanta shortly after the close of the
forty-nine years of age, who, with season here and he was ill in fact
his wife, had been spending the but a short time. His death, which
summer at the Lyndhurst Hotel at resulted from that insidious disease,
Asbury Park. pneumonia, occurred at six o'clock
Mr. White ended his life in the Sunday morning at Grady Hospital.
woods near the Interlacken Farm, Mr. Williamson's son, Earl, who
and when found his hand still had been with him at Atlanta, had
clutched the revolver with which he returned to Daytona but little more
had fired a shot through his right than a week before, but Thursday
temple. Insomnia, with which he, of last week Mrs. Williamson re-
had suffered a long time, caused ceived a telegram stating that he
him to end his life. was seriously ill and at once joined
In a pocket of his coat was found him and was with him when the
a note addressed to Mrs. White. end came.
Pinned to the dead man's coat was The remains were brought from
found a medal presented by Senator Atlanta and interred at Pinewood
Morgan in recognition of valuable, Cemetery Tuesday afternoon, ser-
sevices rendered at Daytona, Fla.. vices being held at the Bingham &
last winter, when he assisted Sena- Maley undertaking parlors at 3:(0
tor Morgan in conducting autonmo- o'clock, Rev. A. J. Wilder, of St:

bile races.
Mr. White was an enthusiastic.
member of the North Jersey motor.
ing contingent, and the note telling
where his body might be located
lay partly hidden under the tool
box on his machine. lie had driven
to the scene of suicide in the car
and left it standing at the curb
about one hundred and fifty yards

Marys Episcopal church, officiating
and members of the local organiza-
tion of the Woodmen of the World
acting as pall bearers. Mr. Wil-
liamson carried a $2,000 insurance
policy in this order. With Mrs.
Williamson and the other members
of the family, was her sister, Mrs.
M. A. Norwood, of Ocala.
Mr. Williamson, who was a

from the spot in which his body was genial, warm hearted man and made
found. friends readily, was born March 27,
Mr. White has spent the winters 1862, at Cincinnati, Ohio. When
since his retirement at this place he was one year old his parents
where he has a beautiful home on moved to Milford, where he lived
the corner of Ridgewood avenue and until coming to Daytona with his
Bay street. lie was widely known brother, W. G. Williamson, in 1885
and universally respected at this He was married in this city in 1888
place. He was an enthusiastic au- to Miss Agnes F. Whittam and re-
tomobilist and an active member of moved to Meridian, Miss., in 1800),
the Florida East Coast Automobile where he resided iVith his family
Association. He was also a member until about eight years ago.
of the Halifax River Yacht Club. Mr. Williamson is survived by
Hle leaves a wife and one son, Harold his wife and four children, Bertha
White, aged 22. A., Earl C., Myrtle M. and Florence
SA. Williamson; also by three broth-
WILL SHORT THE ROAD ers, W. S. Willamson, of Anderson,
S. C., Sidney R. Williamson, of
FRO DAYTOI A T OILAI O, s~dale, Ka., and W. G. William-
Sson, of this city.
s Ocala and Savannah papers please
County Commissioners of Orange copy.
and Volusia Counties to Join

S. Chased a Flock of Wild Turkey,
in Building a New Road.
d N oa. While driving over from Detlantd
Through the efforts of T. E. Wil- ledriving over fnd
iiams, who with a petition, liberally Tuesday after n the w r hd
exciting race with a flock of wild
signed, went before the commission- with a lock o wild
turkey who were in the road and at
ers at Deland Monday evening, that
the approach of the auto started to
body was induced to grant the con-
y was indce to grant the con- run. The machine was a little too
stuction of a new road to connect
Fast, however, and they soon took to
Sanford and other Orange countyliht. The ock consisted of a
towns with the hard surfaced road hen t ey a fe two-tlurds
from DeLand to Daytona. n r n i
The new road will branch off from gron birds.

the road running from Orange City
to Enterprise at a point about a
mile and a half south of Orange
City. From there it will run
straight to the St. ,Johns river at
Thrasher's ferry, which will be
cr(Iossed with a ferry and from there
a straight line into Sanford.

Daytona Defeated By Orlando.
The second game of ball last
week between Daytmna and Orland,
resulted as did the first in the de-
feat of the home team, this time by
a score of 8 to 3, but it is almost
universally agreed that the Daytona

The distance from the Orange boys did well to hold the Orlando
City road to the St. Johns river is team down as well as they did, con-
five miles, and the road will run on sidering that most of the menm-
a high pine ridge that will always hers of the Orlando Club are
be dry, thus obviating the necessity professional or semi-,rofeissional
of I|ll-wing through the mud in the players and in splendid practice,
apl r 'ach totl.e river on the present which the Daytona boys are not;

road. The new road also cuts off
ei-ht miles of the distance from De-
Land to Sanford.
The road, we understand, is to be
built at once, and this news will he
heralded with joy by everyone who
h:a ben eomniu,-lled to make the trio


that table of little things



Cornelius Christiancy, of Port
Orange, Will Sail for San
Juan August 21st.
Cornelius Christiancy, of Port
Orange, who owns some fine orange
grove property in this section, has
accepted the management of the
grove property of Allan, Martin &
Holmes, of New York City, which is
situated at San Juan, Porto Rico.
Mr. Christiancy and family left
Port Orange for a few weeks' visit
at Washington, New York and Cape
Cod, on Thursday, and on August
21st will sail from New York for
Porto Rico. During Mr. Chris
tiancy's absence the Allandale grove
and other property at Port Orange
will be looked after by William C.
Howes, while L. Kennedy will have
charge of the Holly Hill grove,
which is owned jointly by Mr.
Christiancy and Lorenzo Wilson, of
It is interesting to note that the
first woik Mr. Kennedy ever did in
the State was the clearing of the
grove at Holly Hill and the budding
of the trees for Sam Fleming in
1875. It was a wild bitter sweet
grove and on the first seven acres
Mr. Kennedy budded 3,000 trees.
The crop at Holly Hill grove this
year will be about 15,000 boxes,
and the crop at Allandale about
.,,5 0 boxes. Both these properties
were fornorly owned by Wni. Allan,
the senior owner of the La Isabella
grove where Mr. Christioncy is now
going, and Mr. Kennedy has been in
charge of both properties for thirty-
four years, through all the ups and
downs and inevitable disappoint-
ments which come to the Florida
or..nge grower, an experience which
few men in this State can equal.
Mr. Christiancy is a thorough
business man and well understands
the orange business. He has made
a marked success with his groves in
Volusia county and will no doubt be
quite as successful in far off Porto



J. M. Partick of This City and



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Orange Avenue, Daytona, Fla.

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Beginning with May Ist

we will close our store

at 8 p. m. Saturday's

and on Thursday's at

12 o'clock noon.


SThe Conrad Grocery Company
I E. T. Conrad & Co's. old stand.
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breeze, Daytona Beach, Or-

mood or Port Orange. Qual-

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

Mrs. F. A. Banks of Part
Orange Contracting.
A romantic marriage took
Sunday evening upon the
beach, the contracting parties ing
.1. M. Patrick, of this city, and Mrs.
F. A. Banks, of Port Orange.
Justice H. T. Titus, who is at
present living on the beach with
his family, performed the ceremony,
which took place in the presence of
a small party of witnesses grouped
ponl the white sands of the beach,
almhnst within reach of the lapping
waves of the Atlantic, just as the
brilliant southern moon was rising
above the bosom f the waters and
with the roar of the surf about them.
Mr. Patrick is in the employ of
Messrs. Ilough & Bond, of this city,
and Mrs. Banks is a charming resi-
dent of the village of Port Orange.

A Peculiar Accident.
.1. A. Dressner, a provision dealer
o,f Peekskill, N. Y., who spends his
winters at haytona Beach, was seri-
osly, probably fatally, hurt in a
peculiar manner on a New York
Central train last Tuesday. iHe
lioardedI the 9:-l1 train at Peekskill
for New York. He sat on the left
hanl jidle near the end.
As the train was passing through
the tunnel at Oscawanna Island a
belit whlch holds an oil cup on the


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for 5 cents per 300 gallons.

Adam Schatz Elecric iht Plant,

E. L. GUNN, General Manager.

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-.- Council met in regular session Monday
Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. night with all members present. The
usual budget of monthly bills was al
Slowed. On or two petitions were pre-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES scented by adjoining property holders,
S1.50& making that certain vacant lots be
Oe copy ix months............... .75 cleared of weeds. Street Commissioner
One copy three months ............ 40 Burgman asked that the city mower be
--- --- again brought into requisition against
SATULDAY, AUGUST 7, 1909 the weeds, but on account of little
funds on hand the council decided to
wait until the fall cleaning up period.
IRE C NTT f NISI \ A decision received from the city attor-
mPORT ORANGE I neys held that the council having ac-

iAND m Ir M NIE cepted M. L. Waggoner's resignation,
01U u W mill H -- I/the office was vacant, and another elec-

tion must be called for the unexpired
term of M. L. Waggoner. The council
so ordered, waiting for further instruc-
tion from the attorneys before fixing
time. A petition with twenty signa-
tures was presented. asking that J. W.
Williams' name be placed on the official
ballot for mayor to fill the unexpired
term of F. R Swift.
Geo. L. Farrell let the contract Mon-
day to Contractor W. D. Bradshaw for
the erection of a ten-room residence on
his lot on Halifax avenue, adjoining the
McLanahan property. Work will begin
as soon as the material can be placed on
the ground, and the cottage will be
completed in time for winter occupancy
of the family. This property is well lo-
cated and a substantial residence there-
on will add much to the att action of
Halifax avenue.
A deal was closed Saturday by which
Col. T. F. Cordis purchased Chas. A.
Ballough's home on the Halifax. This
property adjoins the Cordis property on
the South.
Miss Helen Burgman arrived from
Washington. D. C., Saturday night,and
is receiving a warm welcome by her
many friends.
R. S. Hall and family, who had the
Kissimmee beach cottage for July, have
returned to their home at Ocala, and E
R. Jones ant sister, of Miami, are occu-
pying the cottage for the month of
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Pratt and
daughter, Miss Marjorie, arrived from
Chicago Monday afternoon on a visit
with Mr and Mrs. Kochersperger.
Alfred Heath will leave here the latter
part of the week for Narragansett Pier.
SMr. and Mrs. Pacetti, of Ponce Park,
came up in their boat Monday, for a
several days' stay at the Cherokee.
They were accompanied by Miss Inez
Didcoct, of Lexington, Ky., who is
spending the summer with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Bertha Smith moved into her
new cottage on Earl street last Friday,
and is well satisfied to be located in
Seabreeze again. Her son, Kirby, is
with her, and Robert L. will spend some
time with his mother during his wife's

Both Boards Hold Their Regular
Monthly Meetings at DeLaud
Monday and Tuesday.
The following road and bridge
reports were submitted:
District No. 1-General repairs.
District No. 2-Repairs Lake
Helen and Beresford road.
District No. 3-Repairs to Bar-
berville and Daytona, Seville and
Georgetown roads and progress on
Pierson and Seville road.
District No. 4-Progress with
prisoners on Daytona-DeLand road
District No. 5-Progress on Oak
Hill-New Smyrna shell road.
The petition of citizens from Day-
tona, DeLand, Orange City and En-
terprise asking that old road from
Orange City to Thrasher's ferry be
put in repairs was filed and granted
and John Padgett, George Dozier
and Alfred Howard are hereby ap-
pointed a committee to investigate
work necessary and report to Com-
mitsioner Brooke and he is empow-
ered to proceed with work as soon as
The following notary bonds were
duly approved; Chas. R. Dilzer, J.
W. Williams, J. Willis Westlake, R.
L. Smith, A. A. Brooke, H. S. Wal-
The rifle license of J. L Roberts
is hereby revoked and the clerk in-
structed to notify him.
The DeLand Supplement is here-
by designated as the newspaper in
which to publish session laws of
The Criminal Cost bills are here-
by approved for $192.23 and the
clerk instructed to issue warrants
The treasurer's report for July
was examined and paid warrant des-
The attorneys of the board were
instructed to take up the matter of
rent of Daytona Armory with proper

Not much business of general in-
terest was transacted at this meet-
Commissioner Woolwine reported
progress in the matter of moving
the Braddock school to a more cen-
tral location.
Chairman Crouch was authorized
to make all necessary repairs on the
Port Orange colored school house.
He and Supt. Botts were instructed
to visit the Spruce Creek district
and make such arrangements for
the best interest of the'school as
seemed advisable.
The Board discussed the recent
State laws relative to fire escapes
and the doors of school houses and
decided to defer definite action un-
til next meeting.
Supt. Botts was instructed to
make the necessary arrangements
for putting into effect in our schools
the recently enacted State law rela-
tive to teaching agriculture in the
The following teachers were ap-
Daytona-Etta Freeman, lHa/el
Stiling; kindergarteners.
ITbaonrl-T II Pnn iniml-.

Bangs received a cai of lumber last
week. He is going to build an ad-
dition to his home on the River
J. L. Pattillo went to Atlanta
Wednesday of last week and re-
turned Monday, accompanied by his
Gus Martin left Wednesday to
join his sister, Mrs. Glawson, who
is stopping in North Georgia.
Elija McDonald received a car of
lumber last week, part of it for a
launch for Mr. Seip and the rest for
other parties.
Chas. Fozzard, Jr., and his wife,
of Jacksonville, visited his aunt,
Mrs. Simcoe. He is ('apt. Harry
Fozzard's son.
Mr. Blanchard is spending some
time at Daytona Beach.
Mr. Winn is having the Illinois
House painted.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Howes and
child and Mr. and Mrs. Will Howes
are visiting their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. C Howes.
Mrs. Geo. Morford returned home
last week.
Elno Dupont is assisting S. G.
Martin in the store during the ab-
sence of Gus Martin.
Mrs. Marsh, of Jacksonville,
visited her sister, Mrs. DuiBois, last.
A party of nineteen young folks
went over to the beach Monday ev-
ening to see the moon rise and have
supper by moonlight. They had a
delightful evening
Mr. Fair is building an addition
to the house he moved onto Herbert


KINGS'TON, Aug. --Mrs. Mus-
selwhite, a daughter of James 'T.
Hull, of law creek district, died at
the residence of Starling Sheppard
west of town. on Saturday the "3lst.
The deceased came here from the
gulf coast some months ago, and has
been under treatment ever since
She is survived by her husband and
one child.
Miss Eva Hawley, of Tampa,
made a short visit to the home of
her parents on North Ridgewood
the first of the week, returning
Monday night.
Master Fitzhugh Bradshaw fell
from the attic floor in Sheppard's
meat market last Sunday morning,
and was caught on a meat hook
which entered his thigh. He saved
himself from what might have
proved quite a serious injury by
catching with his hands and bearing
up his weight till help came.
M. L. Crews, of East Main street,
was bitten by a venomous spider
last Sunday evening, and hias been
quite ill from the effects of it.

Mrs. C. A. Robinson, of Orlando.
spent part of last week here on a visit to
her daughter, who is located in the
Haney cottage, and Mrs. Tonm )augh-
erty, her granddaughter She was ac-
companied by Miss Minnie, her young-
est daughter.
News comes that Mrs. Kate IHaney
was quite sick in Jacksonville, and not
yet sufficiently recovered to continue
her journey to Georgia.
T. Ralph Wilcox came down from his
Tomoka home Saturday, returning Sun-
day morning accompanied by Mrs. An-
drew T. Bigelow, who will enjoy a
week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox.
James Ormond, who has been at
the Seabreeze Sanitarium for many
weeks from a paraletic stroke, was re-
moved to the Western, on First avenue,
Daytona, Monday afternoon. His con-
dition remains about the same as last
Mrs. Elma (. Stephens entertained a
few friends at 500 Saturday evening.
Refreshments were served and a good
game enjoyed.
Rainsford French and wife (nee Miss
Dolores Harding) are spending their
honeymoon at Brooksville, on the east
coast of Maine, with Mr. French's oar-
Miss Winifred Pierson's many friends

wood avenue, now the property of T. F.
Cordis. B. F. Martindale is having the
work done.
Mrs. J. W. Williams' cousin, Miss
Oleta Morris, of Forest City, was visit-
her a few days. Miss Morris left Moc-
day afternoon to join her brother and
his family at Coronado Beach.

Griggs) returned to her home at Palatka
Monday, after a few days' visit with
her mother, Mrs. Allen, on Valley
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webber and
little son, of Jacksonville, were guests of
Miss Florence Horn last Friday and
Saturday, enroute home from a visit
with Mr. Webber's mother in southern

Stewart and W. V. Gould and family,
are noted
Among recent arrivals at the Seaside
Inn are the following: R. M. Mabon, W.
C. McLean, Thos M. Fox and wife. Miss
M. H. Bowler, Sanford; Mrs. E. E.
Moseley, Gotha; E. HaPa. Jackson-
vile: Miss Ethel Cooper, Miss Choate,
Orlando; Ravmond J Jones. Titusville.

(Advertlsment i
That Telephone Franchise.
Editor Gazette-News:-Just a few
facts in answer to the questions
raised in other articles on the tele-
phone franchise.
First. A central energy system
-that is where it is not necessary
to ring to call central-would re-
quire a day current, 500 phones and
would cost $50,000N to install.
Second. The telephone system
here has a first-class equipment of
phones and a new switchboard, the
best made in the country. The
trouble is in the wire, which de-
preciates very rapidly here on ac-
count of the salt air, probably four
times as fast as in an inland town.
The company has applied before for
a franchise but it was refused and
a man would be foolish to invest
more money when he did not know
where he stood.
Third. The telephone company.
if given a franchise, will have to
spend $ 10.000 or $12,000 whether
it wants to or not.
Fourth. The franchise granted
is not an exclusive one and if the
people are not satisfied a new co--
pany can come in at any time and
be given another franchise. No
town can give an exclusive fran-
Fifth. Party lines are not the
old-fashioned ones but the harmonic
The phones respond to different vi-
brations and the ringing of one
phone on a party line does not ring
the others.
Sixth. What will be gained by
voting the franchise down? It
me ely means that the old company
could not afford to spend any more
money on the system and possibly
that we shall be without phones all
winter. If they do get a franchise
and fix up the system a new com-
pany can come in at any time that
the people want to give them the
Do not let prejudice affect your
reasoning and the welfare of the
town. VOTER.

Herman G Porter will have charge of
the vesper service at the Seaside Inn
Sunday afternoon. Agood attendance
was out last Sabbath to hear Rev. Ad-
dyman Smith.
The summer hotels did a fine business
Sunday. Chartered auto buses and
private touring cars brought crowds
from our neighboring towns The
Daytona Beach Hotel dined fifty-two
guests, and the Seaside Inn catered to a
big patronage. A bracing east aind
made the day delightful, the usual af-
ternoon rain being omitted.
The measuring social, which trans-
pired at the parsonage Friday evening,
was a very pleasant affair and scored
another success for the Epworth League.
There was an informal program, con-
sisting of instrumental music by Miss
Maude Mallery, instrumental duet by
the Misses Aman, mandolin solo by
Miss Ruth Coates accompanied by Miss
Fay Stewart, and three dialect recita-
tions by Mrs. Celeste Hinks, which were
enthusiastically received. The measur-
ing, the first order of business, proceed-
ed with great merriment and the coin of
the realm was the price of odd inches.
Miss Mararret Croman was the treasurer
of the evening and the receipts were
$15.50. President Vandevorde was the
master of ceremonies.
At a business meeting Monday even-
ing the League planned for their next
entertainment an automobile trip
around the world. They also voted to
pay $50 00 to the building committee.
A delightful bridge party was given
by the ladies of tt.e Daytona Beach
Hotel Saturday morning. Five tables
were set and prizes were given. Punch
was served. Horace Stewart, of the
Seaside Inn, won fist prize which was a
set of Congress cards.
Mrs. Jerome B. Wilcox has re-leased
Silver Beach lodge to Mrs. Collins and
family, of Umatillo, and she and her
daughter will spend the month of Au-
gust at the Daytona Beach hotel.
Mrs. C. L. Horn has returned from
several weeks' visit with her sister at
Miss Lee Bowers was in Atlanta Mon-
day on a visit to a friend. From At-
lanta she goesto Madison, Ga., on a
visit to her mother's godmother. Mrs.
Speer. Miss Lee is making the most of
her summer vacation.
The following party from Sanford
came over in their auto and are at the
Daytona Beach Hotel for a few days;
Mr and Mrs. Paul Keeler. Miss 1. Clo.:e
and G. H. Paddock.
Miss Christine Richards, of Gainxes-
ville arrived Monday and will be the
guests of tile Daytona Beach Hotel for
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Vivian and daugh-
ter, of Orlando, and a brother, R. ..
Lambert, have taken rooms at Ocean
Spray until they can get possession of
Pleasant View cottage on the beach.
Wm. Broome and family, the Misses
Knight and Patten have taken the E.
E. Johnson cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. Thrower, baby and
nurse arrived Saturday from Tampa
and have taken rooms on Seabreeze
The Misses Edith and Minnie Kupper.
busch and aunt, Mrs. Jones, of Palatka,
are spending a few days at the DIay-
tona Beach Hotel.
Mrs. Browning (nee Miss Grace

The Kingston ball team went to here will be interested to know that she Prof. Kennedy and wife, of Umatillo, DOING THEIR DUTI.
New Smyrna Thursday to play ball is enjoying a trip to Thousand Islands, arrived Tuesday, and are visiting with
with the local team of that place. and points of interest in Canada during i Mr. Collins and family at Silver Beach
Edward Archibald is having a this month. She accompanies her Lodge. Scores of Daytea Readers are Learn-
large mullion window put in the brother, R. R. Pierson. Miss Esta Allen is here from Merritt's
dining room of his handsome Ridge- Mrs Beeman and on, prominent Island on a visit with her cousins. Mr. g the Duty o the Kidaeys.
wood residence. people of Orlando, and friends of Miss and Mrs. Fret Alleu. To filter the llood is the kidneys'
Lou Ott, spent a few days last week at The shelling on Palmetto avenue duty.
Death of Mrs. J. S. Becker. The Mayfield. north Is completed, and the street is When they fail to do this the kidneys
A letter received iy Albert Hen- Mrs. Jester end daughters, of Atlanta, closed to travel. are sick.
nett s a, na and friend. Miss Allen, of DeLand, are Mrs Aleott has sub-leased Ocean tiBakache and nmany kidney ills follow:
nett Thursday afternoon, contained g the illiams cott age n Villa to Mr. Currey, and returned to Irinary trouble, diabetes.
inett Thursda y afternoon,',retinedoccupying thee Williams cottage on
information of the death f Mrs.. Grandview revenue. DeLand. )oana' Kidny Pills cure them all.
Sarah Becker. widow o .1. S Little Miss Jocelyn Odum celebrated Dr. Chas. F. McKentry will join his Daytona people endorse our -laim.
Becker, at Norwic-h, t't. r.- site her tifth birthday at the nome of her mother and brother at the Hihhard for James M. Osborn, Ridgiew was spending tllhe sln- n cm- i randparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gen. F inley, the mouth of August. I aytona. Fl-. iys: "I havn no hesi-
-, .in B u s.rl.-t *i.iAvm f, i.a.-,.... The .a.ll -,,ttaue nA tininirii lv o I t nnrV itn r-,r>n I ii :Ll'.. k'iluh.r

The Addition to The Morgan. MABSK U!C
Lumber for the large addition to aMxeou ia -
The Morgan, corner Volusia and uALI AX ~FI3rii:yb A. U:
Palmetto avenues, has been deliver- oiNar teral Xxt, P :_ ,
ed and the work was commenced LIVE OA OA4 IlF a 1. 0 .. aI
Thursday by Contractor W. D. aMeets2 d a
All meet tIn Masose rs E aUm
Bradshaw. As mentioned in a pre- ^
vious issue, the improvement con-
templated includes the raising of pflip E biraa- A. -ia -
the re r part of the 1hlilling to -.i ra
three stoies and the addition of a #te ioim
number of rooms, involvinQ a large
amount of work and Linancial outlay.

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A New Hospital and Sanitarium.
Dr. C. *C. ohonnon has pur-
chased and on Monday too posses-
siou of J. C. Rainsford'iace, he
Western, on First avenue which he
will conduct as a hospital and san-
Dr. Bobannou has a force of men
now at work making necessary al-
terations and the house will be re-
papered, painted, varnished ald
calsomined throughout and given a
Fresh coat of paint outside A bath
Sand toilet is being put in on the
second floor, on which is located the
operating room. The diet kitchen
will be on the third floor.
The hpuse, which is a substantial
structure, contains some twenty
rooms and, with a few necessary al-
Sterations and the addition of electric
lights, etc., should prove an ideal
building for the purpose intended.

W. A. Pitcher returned to Key
West last week but will again re-
turn in the fall to assist his brother,
E. T. Pitcher, in his cigar factory.

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

Rev. Herman G. Porter, district
V superintendent, M. E. Church, was
at Sharpes and Melbourne from Sat-
Surday until Monday.
S Miss Mary Stones returned Tues-
day from a visit at East Palatka,
and joined her brother, Fred Stones,
Sand family on the ocean beach.
I FoR SALE-Small steel range
1 and 6 ft. show case, Mills' restaurant.
E. L. Gunn, manager of the
Electric light plant, returned last
iSaturday afternoon from Titusville,
to which place he had been the pre-
vious day on business.
.Garth B. Young and Eric Mills
returned together Saturday night
cIfrom their several weeks' outing
N North. Of course they had a fine
time as that was the object of their
e Rexall Remedies,
Young's Pharmacy.
1 At a meeting of the pardoning
oiard last week, the petition for the
'" ease of S. E. Morris, sentenced
for the illegal sale of liquor, was
denied and he must serve out his
-ick Erickson has the contract
Sto furnish twenty new pews for the
Christian Church on South Pal-
S metto avenue, which is a guarantee
' that the workmanship will be of
I the best.
*Dr. Houghton, dentist, west end
1ikouth Bridge, Peck block, phone 32.
Ernest F. Curtis is visiting his
I jtents, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Curtis,
having arrived Sunday night. Mr.
SCourtis is chief yoeman of the U. S.
8. Franklin, stationed at Norfolk,
Va., and is home for about a week's

S Pearl Grit Artificial Stone Co.
sells brick at $8 per 1,000. tf
SAlderman Joseph Osborne was at
Zme -from Wednesday of last week
ntil Monday, when he returned to
atka to continue work on the
u- contract he has in that city
it will still take some time to
J, Automobile tires and inner tubes
sized at Oliver's garage
In a letter received the forepart of
le week from F. M. Rowe, who
with his family have been spending
theirvacation at Lilydale, N. Y.,
tatatesthat they will arrive home
today, and that they have had a
very pleasant outing.
COollars 2 cents, all style of shirts
10 cents, with work left and called
S or at Daytona Steam Laundry. tf
Harry Wray came up from New
Smayrna on the early morning train
S Teeday for a few days' visit with
his father and friends in this city.
Mr. Wray had gone from Sanford to
i New Smyrna to look after property
Interests at that place.
You save $2 per M by using home

brick. Pearl Grit Artificial Stone Co,
tf Seabieeze, Fla.
There appears to be an unusually
abundant bloom of Spanish bayonet
this summer. Not only are its beau-
tiful white plumes in evidence along
S the Beach street parkage, but all
over the city is residence places are
i busters of snowy blossoms to be

'Face Creams and toilet articles
Sfor your vacation.
Young's Pharmacy.
R. I. Wall, on his return from a
b rif visit to Cuba and the Isle of
Pins, stopped over in Daytona
i fro mFriday of last week until Mon-
i.ltfor the purpose of conveying
i-tWh the remains of his son. Mason
.Wall, for interment at their
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I Your eyes are your best friends.
Don't abuse them. Have glasses
properly fitted and relieve that
strain. Neville H. Clark,
Mrs. George Wray returned last
Saturday from a several days' visit
at Lake Helen.-
Attorney E. F. Oates made a trip
to Titusville Sunday night, return-
ing Monday afternoon.
There will be the regular services
of the day at the First M. E.
church tomorrow, as the pastor, Rev.
D. H. Rutter, will again be in
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ball, of West
Second avenue, are rejoicing over
the arrival of a nine-pound daugh-
ter at their home Friday morning of
last week.
*Try the Pearl Grit Pressed brick.
Cor. of Pine and Earl Sts.,
tf Seabreeze, Fla.
Mrs. Lena Thynne, who had been
visiting her sister, Mrs. M. S. Hunt,
on Bay street for several days on
her return from New Smyrna, con-
tinued her journey to her home at
St. Augustine, Monday afternoon.
Commissioner W. D. Bradshaw
accompanied T. F. Williams to De-
Land Monday afternoon, in the
latter's auto, to attend the regular
meeting of the Commissioners. R.
L. Smith also went over with them
and returned with Mr. Williams
Tuesday morning.
Pattillo & Co., of Port Orange,
have just received a car lot of wire
fencing and nails. They can save
you money on this line of goods. 8-4
Mrs. E. S. Carlisle, of DeLand,
who accompanied Mr. and Mrs. C.
R. M. Sheppard on their return from
that place a week ago last Sunday
and visited with them on North
Beach street, returned to the county
seat last Saturday. Mrs. Carlisle is
an aunt of Mrs. Sheppard.
James Carnell, the well known
guava jelly manufacturer, of Or-
mond, went to Lemon City last
week. Mr. Carnell will remain
South for a month or six weeks as
usual, collecting guava juice to bie
later transformed into delicious
jelly at his factory at Ormond.
Send for special announcement
of courses in Music, the Fine Arts,
and the Mechanic Arts at Stetson
University, DeLand, Fla.
Albert E. Shanks launched his
power boat, "Florence," last Satur-
day morning, which he has recently
been engaged in overhauling and
putting in first class condition. lie
has also installed a new engine and
the "Florence" should prove a
speedy and comfortable pleasure
*Pearl Grit Artifical Stone Co.,
Seabreeze, Fla., makes all kinds of
cement work. If you contemplate
building see them. tf
Mrs. W. 0. Fletcher and little
daughter, Isabella Faye, who re-
cently arrived from Matanzas, Cuba,
who, have recently been visiting

Mrs. Fletcher's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. 11. S. Miller, on South Pal-
metto avenue, departed Monday af-
ternoon to join Mr. Fletcher, at
Williamston, S. C.
"5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any-
case of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
Rev. D. II. Rutter and family are
expected home today, coming from
Paterson, N. J., where Mr. Rutter
recently joined Mrs. Rutter and the
children. They will be heartily
welcomed not only by Mr. Rutter's
congregation, but by the many
friends in general whom Mr. and
Mrs. Rutter have made during their
residence in Daytona.
*Plank's Chill Tonic for Malaria,
chills, fever, cold and lagrippe. 25c
guaranteed. All druggists. 2-ly
A couple of white men from Or-
mond, who had evidently been im-
bibing too freely of the grape wine
produced in that town, got into a
mix-up with the trees on the North
Ridgewood avenue parkage Sunday
..tftpmnM ..n.i.;n wilp ;ivri amlmit t.h,

Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Porcher, of
Cocoa, were Daytona visitors last
T. S. Wood returned Wednesday
from a five or six weeks' visit at
Miss L. Turner, of Kingston, was
a DeLand visitor Monday returning
Tuesday afternoon.
There will be services and sermon
at St. Marys' Episcopal Church
Sunday morning at 11:00 o'clock.
C. M. McDonald is having his lot
north of his residence on South
Beach street raised by filling in
with earth.
The Daytona Cornet Band expect
to give a street parade the day of
the minstrel show, which will prob-
ably be week after next
Hough & Bond last Tuesday
began the work of plastering the
colored Industrial school building
on Second avenue, Midway.
A. Goodwin is erecting a cottage
on his lot on North Beach street,
opposite the T. F. Curtis place,
which he will ocenpy with Mrs.
Goodwiu when completed.
Mrs. Franklin Reid, who has been
visiting her sons, E. L. and G. M.
Gunn, in this city for the past two
or three weeks, returned to her
home in Jacksonville last Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Heaton and
MissGladys Shafor, Mrs. Heaton's
sister, of Frankfort, Ind, arrived
Wednesday for a visit with Mr.
Heaton's brother, Roll Heaton, and
Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Stones and
daughter, Miss Elizabeth, arrived
from Titusville Monday afternoon
and joined their son and brother,
Fred Stones, and family on the
beach for a visit.
Geo. F. Crouch and family re-
moved this week from the Livings-
ton house on South Beach street, ad-
joining the Gazette-News office, to
Mrs. C. R. Simonds' residence,
corner Loomis and Palmetto av-
W. H. Byne finished the first coat
of plaster in the second story of the
dwelling at the waterworks plant
early in the week. The rooms on
the first floor had been plastered
when the house was built, but not
those on the second floor.
-F,, SALE-The Glenwood, Sea-
breeze, Fla. Owing to my wife's
death I wish to sell the house com-
pleted furnished, which consists of
18 rooms, including piano, also a
four-room house on premises. Apply
K. F. Britton, Seabreeze postofliceP
Through an oversight mention
v.as omitted last week of the arrival
of another daughter at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Rogers, of Fair-
view avenue. The stork made his
visit Monday of last week, and it
was not through lack of time that
we failed to chronicle the event.
Mrs. Mary and Miss Mollie Wilder
accompanied by Miss Fannie Coe,
departed Tuesday morning for
Waynesville, N. C., where they will

spend two weeks, after which Mrs.
Wilder and Miss Mollie will go to
Asheville and Miss Coe to Black
Mountain for the balance of their
T. II. Cave, of Holly Hill, was
treated for neuralgia of the face
Monday morning at the Daytona
Hospital and Satitarium, having the
nerves of the left side of the face,
severed or partly removed with the
hope of giving him relief from
almost constant neuralgiac pains to
which he is subject.
During the absence North of Miss
M. Ella DeVoy, Miss Zella Weaver,
of Grand Rapids, Mich., an experi-
enced trimmer and saleslady, will be
in charge of the M. Ella DeVoy &
Co., millinery store. Miss DeVoy
promises to return early in October
with the finest assortment of mil-
linery goods obtainable.
The T. F. Curtis house on North
Beach street, occupied by W. H.
Parker and family, had a narrow
escape from destruction by fire
about noon Monday, the roof at the
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Mrs. Sadie E. Walker Dies at the


/Young People of Daytona For

Home of Her Sister, Mrs. / a Club for Dramatic and
T. L. Rodgers. Social Purposes.
Mrs. Sadie E. Walker, wife of C. A group of the young people of
P. Walker, of Elgin, Ill., died Sun- Daytona met recently at the rei-
day night at the home of her sister, dence of I. M. Mabbette on South
Mrs. T. L. Rodgers, corner of Pal- Palmetto avenue and formed a club
metto and Orange avenues, after a which is to be known as the Day-
lingering illness of many months' tona Dramatic Organization of
duration, aged 39 years. Amateurs. The object is to form a
Mrs. Walker came to Daytona a permanent organization.
year and a half ago, in ill health, The following members were
and for more than a year of that unanimously elected to serve as
period she was a great sufferer, con- officers:
fined to her room and bea and Dr. W. S. Snead-President.
during all this time Mrs. Rodgers Miss Susie Pellett-Vice Presi-
was her constant and devoted at- dent.
tendant. Miss Lillie Mabbette-Secretary
Mr. Walker came South as often and Treasurer.
as his business interests permitted.; Dr. Snead will act as manager,
The funeral was held at the resi- with the assistance of Mrs. L M.
dence Monday morning at 10.N) Mabbette, the matron. Dr. Snead
o'clock, Rev. A. J. Wilder, rector of is well fitted for the position, having
St. Mary's Episcopal Church, cffici- filled similar positions North and
eating and the interment was at had eight or nine years' experience
Pinewood cemetery. in this class of work.
Misses Alberta Lourcey and
Tire Repairing. Emma Dittman will be in charge of
Daytona Vulcanizing Works, South the costumes; Charles Nusbaum, as-
Beach end of Cottage avenue, opposite sisted by Ralph Lapp, will look
Yacht Club. Run by the original Day- after the scenery; B. B. Baggett will
toua vulcanizer, a practical repair man be property man and Will Gardiner
since the pneumatic tire was invented. and.Mr. ill w b i arge
No connection with any garage or com- an M lr wll be chare
pany. Bicycie tires reDaired to stay the curtains. R.D. Taylor will act
tight. Air and water bags repaired, as electrician.
Most complete steam outfit in the state. The club will have its own or-
This will be a permanent establishment. chestra, consisting of Messrs. Dil-
Local support wanted. Prices right gh, Thomason, rvie Bal-
Win. S. Mc(RE(O)R. ligham, Thomason, Ervie Bal-
k.ugh and several others, so good
The ball game Thursday, resulted music is assured.
in a victory for Ocala. It is proposed to present at least
S. one play each mouth during the
nGuavas, pears, pineapples amd year at the Opera House and the
new sweet potatoes at Our Store. 'first one will be a drama entitled
Miss Lilla White and Mrs. Frank Aladdin, or the Wonderful Lamp
Rugsby were Daytona visitors from and is a revised form of the old,
Hastings last Saturday afternoon, original play, with a cast of thirty
Dr. H. K. DuBois, of Port Orange, or more characters, in oriental and
and Dr. G. M. Wallace, of Ormond, Eastern costumes. Rehearsals are
were Daytona visitors yesterday. now under way and in all proba-
Sbility the play will be given about
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. White are the last of this month.
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here from Bartow. visiting with Alrs.
White's-mother, Mrs. Alice Gwinner.
Mrs. Robt. Bethel and two daugh-
ters, of Crescent City, are visiting
Mrs. W. J. Bethel on Second avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rainsford,
having sold The Western, will oc-

Improvements at The Willmer.
W. C. Branch, proprietor of The
Willmer, on South Palmetto avenue,
is making some notable improve-
ments in that hostelry. The build-
ing has been moved back some dis-

cupy Mrs. W. M. Moore's house on tance and a ten-room addition will
Third avenue, be erected in front and a large
Mrs. E. T. Pitcher and little son dining room added in the rear,
while the whole structure will be
wentto Espanola Wednesday for a whlethe whole t will be
raised to three stories and various
visit with Mrs. Pitcher's mother,
who is seriously ill. other improvements inaugurated.
Lumber for the purpose is being de-
W. W. Carter and E. Winney, livered.
the Journal representative, were
DeLand visitors Thursday, making Nearing the Finish.
the trip in the former'a AutoUar. The tank erector, Heidtman, and
Richard and Henry Dunn, of his assistant arrived Thursday from
Jacksonville, are in the city for a Newnan, Ga, and began work yes-
month's visit with their uncle, J. T. terday on the erection of the tower
Dunn, and family on Bay street. and tank of the waterworks plant,
John P. Leitner, who had been which will probably take about
three weeks. Su peritendent
visiting for a week wth his sister, three weeks. Superintendent W.
visiting for a week with his sister, o. Lumpkin says that their con-
Mrs. 0. S. Burnett, and family, re- (). unlpkn says that thed r Con-
turned last Saturday to his home at travit is out veryatict everything
Anthony. having gone very satisfactorily and
except for the shortage of a few fit-
McClellan & Edwards are filling ings they could some days ago have
the chuck holes on Ridgewood turned on the water supply.
ovanuei Kin tlmn with shavin, ~ ,

from their novelty works, as a temp-
orary betterment.

Baptist Church Notes.
Last Sunday the pastor of the

Mrs. J. R Cole and little son, Baptist church, began a series of
Bobbie, of Kingston, went to West sermons as announced last week, on
Jupiter Tuesday and returned with the general subject: Five Great Ex-
Mr. Cole's mother, who is suffering periences in the Life of Christ. The
from a paraletic stroke. series will continue at the morning
John Rhodes, colored, dropped service throughout the month of
dead in a tie camp at Tomoka, Tues- August. The topic for next Sunday
day night, just after eating his morning is: The Beginning of a
supper. The body was brought to Death Struggle.
Daytona by his brother and buried Next Sunday evening, Aug. 8,
at Mt. Arrarat Cemetery Thursday the subject of the semon will be:
morning. The man was 44 years of The Rock Foundation. The black-
age. board will be used. All are cor-
Mrs. M. J. Holmes gave a irth- diay tvted.
At 3:3) p. .m. services will be
day party at her home on Northhel in the school house at Holly
Beach street, Thursday afternoon n Hill.

honor of the eighth anniversary of
her niece, Laura Stevens. Fifteen
of her little friends spent a pleasant
time with her at games, refresh-
ments, etc.
H. H. Brittle and Mrs. Brittle's
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Fat and Lean Ball Game.
The Fats and Leans of Daytona
will play a championship game at
Harrison's Park, next Thursday,
Aug. 1 2. Both sides are working
strenuously to set in condition to


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Complete Gas Plants Installed.

Plumbing and Heating Supplies

Brass and Galv. Pipe and Fittiags.

Fairbanks & Morse IEgiaes & Pumps.

Niagara Hydraulic Rams.

Ireland Pipe Wrnches.


Phone 96.

I1 Orange Avenue.


Physician and Surgeon
Special attention to diseases of the
Eye, Ear,Throat and Ne. Office
and residence, Magnolia avenue, 3rd
door west of P. ., telephone 82.
mffce bours 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.

Physician and Surgeon
Associated with R.O. Oooley, M. D.
nMpcialattention given to dlaarsa of
the Eye, Eye, Nose and Throat. OiMce
hours 7 toa a. ., I to 4 and 7 to p. m.
Homeopathic Physician
No. 453 North Beach Street.
Office Hours, 12:30 to 2:30 and 6:00
to 7:30.
Telephone No. 122.

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

Architect Builder and
Residence and office, northeast cor-
ner Ridgewood and Vonsia ave.
Phone 89. Daytona, Fla.

Fitzgerald & Oates
Attorneys at Law
Special Attention to REIwOiwfg and
Perfeting Land Tles.
Conrad Block, DAYTONA, FLA.
Ca D. Landi Bert Fish
Attorneys at Law
Practiing n aln tate and Federal
CoMrts. oCtllor Crlwmnalt buslaes giv-
en care ateaueon. Special feelltes
for inavtaasIUand pxrfecV.tlag ..

VoluMia County Abtraet, Investment
and Title Inmrmaee Company.
Abstracts furnaisbe d titles perect-
ed. Msas Patsa and Blue Prints sup-
ed Bert Fish. Pre; Carey D.Land,
and Treas. Opposite Volusia
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Daytona Office Establised 1875

Daytona Private Hos-
pital and Sanitarium
ery facility for the proper treatment
and arle o m medical a rgea ase.
Electreal appclanes, trained nurse,
quit surrounings. pecal ttentioa I
gibe toallI patent. Terms on appli-
catioa. No 5.Beachft-.Daytona.
Physician in Charge.

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College Academy, and Schools of Music, Expression Fi
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Carnegie Hall and third men's dormitory now completed; electric
lights, steam and furnace heat; large faculty; perfect health conditions;
fine gymnasium, athletic fields, boating, tennis courts, golf links; baseball.
football, and basketball teams 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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Daytona's lacaspm Me Oce Beach.
One of Daytona p crowning glories is
her incomparable beach. No one who
ever set foot upon its smooth, packed
sands; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever
drove a prancing pair of horses and list-
ened to the popping of their steel shoes
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one
who ever steered a high-power automo
bile down the broad stretch of wave-
washed and surf-packed sand but real-
ized that it is a world-beater, a world-
wonder. Go stand upon this wide
speedway and see the happy souls flit
by in joyous mood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven modern
The Phadd. Peducld Haf River.
Where think you is water with more
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta-
tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-
randa's looking out upon her bosom,
gamey food fishes in countless numbers
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck
and ooet and snowy-winged sea birds,
which sit about as if for the sport of
bobbing upon her waves; watch that
lubberly old white headed p lican poech
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk str.g-
gling upward with his floundering load
lie snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick and
span, their hampers and lockers bulging
with refreshments both solid an. liquid,
ready Tor a cruse upon her beautiful
surface. Take out your field glass and
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to
Ponce Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
the modern wonders.
The Enchantingly Plcturesque Idgewood.
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
and the wide-spreading branches of the
heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their
giant arms across this magnificent vista,
forming an arch, and from these extend-
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
fan them. Looking straight ah pd down
this white shell street one has the im-
pression of a fairy path with elfiph dra-
peries, but as you move along and cast
an eye first to the right and then to the
left you see distinguished cottage homes
in the most delightful settings.
Surpaussig Beauty oOur Cottage Homes.
No one of Daytona s attractions, per-
haps, commands more nearly universal
attention and praise than does the artis-
tic cottage. The owners of these charm-
ing villas bail from every corner of the
country and they bring their own archi-
tectural plans and build upon them,and
as the architecture of one section of the
country differs from the architecture ol
another so do our homes differ in out-
ward appearance and structural beauty
from one another. There are nomonoto-
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings
but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps
the mind wondering "What next?"
Streets and Pavemet the Most and Best.
Why the Architect of the Universe
chose to give to Daytona the most ad.
mirable, the most ceturesque 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 ol
natural beauty it became an easy thing
for the hand of maa to give the little
finishing touches which have brought
out the colors and outlines of the bi|
Man did all this in the laying out ol
the streets with their wide margins o'
parkage, the entire city becomes l
great park
And as for pavements, pavement
that look and act like granite,-when
else between the eastern and western
seas are so many miles in proportion ti
inhabitants? Till some unheard-o
place reports more and better, )aytoni
throws.down the gauntlet to the world.
Siulnrrds. Flowern, Bird and Fruits.

Whatever one's shortcomings anm
however indifferent or evei callous ono
may be to many things, the mere men
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds an,
fruits" will send a thrill that is reflected
in distended pupils and pricked ears.
For every visitor with a spare "goo
Ier" there is a bunnt ready to come ou
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 'mound. In one yard roses o
variagated hues predominate, another
has a penchant for the poinsettia ane
the premises are aflame; another is hid
den in a jungle of tall cane.
The birds flit in, and with their joyou
notes help to give fullness and symme
try to the picture.
As for fruits, choice sitrus 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 luscous golden globes.
The Fastest Antos And The Flest Out.

a asked.
"'They say I did,' her friend an
8 swered.
e "'Well, well, welr exclaimed th
a second woman. And she glanced a
o the other almost doubtfully."
f .
a In the Wrong Place
A one legged Welsh orator name
Jones was pretty successful In ban
tearing an Irishman, when the latte
Asked him:
e "How did you come to lose you
- leg'
d "WelL" said Jones, "on examlnin
d my pedigree and looking up my de
scent I found there was some Irisl
. blood to me, and. becoming convince
that It was settled in the left leg,
ht ad it cut off at once."
t "By the powers," said Pat, '"t woulk
g have been a very good thing If it ha<
*- only settled in your headl"-Londoi
g Mall.
r The Pool.
d He was a noble lord, and he was i
an awful rage with one of his fool
"It Is Intolerable!" he exclaimed
s *Are you a fool, or am I?
- "Oh. my lord," replied James, wit
humility, anxious to appease the great
. sman. "Iam sure you would not kee
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"I wonder at your allowing HII to
marry your daughter. I thought you
were mortal enemale."
"That's Just the reason. Now he
will have my wife for his mother-in-

8he Get a New One.
"Mr. Hornbil-Do you know, dar.
ling. I could pick you out of a crowd
of women Just by your style! Mr.
Hornbill-I don't wonder, and me
with this same old dress for the last
two years!

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VW' sum th'-" "-- |0 Legal Notkes m
TIhat. was a very lucM docmauset i ,| oiAC
you prepared" aid the d s -U
"Yes." answerrd the statemal dab lw
oay. -1 made it so tuctd that I am
afraid the public Wll fali to regard tt First puh. Aug. 7; last puh, ept. ~.
as able and protound.'-Washlngton Notice.
Star. In Uount J usige's court ,
Volusia 'ouuty, Florkln. %
A Remlnder. ln the matter of the estate of Francels G.
Goddard. dec*-a.sRud.
fMr. B.-If I ahold die WOUld yeo Notice is hereby given to all creditors
ver forget me? Mr BI-I think not. lgatets. and all iwron s having any d-
maml s against the *eatnt ot FFrancis 0. 0od-
ThM doctor Mid that I will sffer from ldard, de~asld, to present the osame to the
dyspepsia all my lt.l-Kansas City understignrd within tth ti w preseribhd by
dypepsia all Y lawII or their .nine wIl li brietd. .I
RExecutrix. with the Will Annexed. ...


Trophies Wrested From the Crusaders
Found In the Sudan.
Among the trophies of arms display-
ed on the walls of Windsor castle
one of the most interesting of the long
series is a group of weapons and armor
sent to Queen Victoria by Lord Kltch-
ener after the Dongola campaign on
the upper Nile in 1886.
The trophy consists of a coat of
chain mall, a number of spears and a
long cross hilted sword. Ou the
straight steel blade of the sword there
Is an inscription in odd fashioned let-
ters: "No me saques sill razon. No ;me
entraines sin honor."
The words are Spanish. but the same
motto was Inscribed on sword blades
In the days of chivalry In most of the
languages of Europe. Its meaning Is
the knightly rule for all who bear the
sword: Do not draw ime without rea-
son. Do not sheathe me without honor.
The weapon was taken from the
abandoned camp of Wa:d itshara. the
dervish general. after the battle of
Hafr (Sept 2:1. I.KI.;o l[ow came a
blade with such a notto to Ie found
In a Moslem bi,.tmun it the heart of
the Sudan?
The presence of these crusader
swords In the Sutldn is not -o difficult
to explain. In the thirteenth century
the Mohammedan caliphs of Egypt not
only carried on successful wars
against the crusaders in Syria. de-
stroying the last vestiges of the Latin
kingdom of Jerusalem. but also de-
feated two attempts of the Europeans
to invade Egypt itself, one of them
led by St. Louis of France.
Enormous quanttites of western
arms and warlike equipment must
have thus passed into the possession
of the Mohammedan conquerors--
Chambers' Journal.


An Infantile Habit That Sometimes
Sticks and Breeds Trouble.
Once in awhile,a rare stammering
ease comes to the laboratory where
there's nothing the matter with the
child-the matter is with his dear
mamma. In 1905 Dr. Witmer examin-
ed a boy of twelve who talked baby
talk-a bright, alert youngster, to all
appearances normal. But nobody could
understand a word he uttered-except
mamma; she understood It all per-
fectly. "I-aw-ow-ay" was to her
ear "1 want to go out to play" as
plain as anything could be. It was her
tender custom to reply likewise, and
she took pride In the thought that she
had never allowed her Willie to asso-
elate with the children on the block.
She had encouraged him to be her
baby and "kept him from growing up
too soon" by prattling to him,
Except for his unintelligible lan-
guage. the examination did not reveal
a defect, physical or mental. In the
boy, and Dr. Witmer was forced to
the conclusion that the trouble lay In
the persistence of an infantile habit of
articulation for which the mother was
solely responsible. Through senti-
mentality and overindulgence "she had
almost ruined his chances for a use-
ful and possibly successful life."
(Psychological clinic. March, 1907.)
Months of painstaking, expert labor
had to be expended upon him to break
up the habit his mother had carefully
developed before he could even begin
to make himself understood by any
one else.-Dr. Wltmer of Yale in Me
SClre's Magazine.

Almost Disbelieved Her Eye.a
"Among the memories of my boy
hood," said a New York man, "theri
Is one odd episode that is particularly:
'vivkL It is a conversation that 1 over
heard one morning as 1 walk toward
the Boston high school between twi
"The women were talking about ba
; ble--their size. weight, health, and s
t 'Why, when I was a week old,' sai
the frst woman, *1 was such a little
baby that they put me in a quart po
f and put the lid on over me.'
"The other woman was amazed an
f horrified. 'And did you liver sb

Life Is a little gleam of time between Refase to worry ad you have 4a- i First Pub. July 24; last pub. Sept. 11.)-g" ^|
two eternitles.-Carlyle. eompUleled one of the greatest things Notice to NoW-Resident Iu M l
"Will you be my wife?' he asked. on the world.-Ateaboo Glob e. sidnt. don't It M ake
"No." she replied. The hogaih. swimming down the enth Judicial Circuit vin
So he remained a bachelor.and lived cod's throat, kills its bhot and eats its and for Volusia Oouuty, oM a
at.otFlorida. Y u.
happily ever after. way out IN sHANEORY. Y OU M ad
T. A. fnide.r. omplalamnt.
uknO Tia,-on, d Lasmr"ALa- after you had carefully searched and
Benjamin Mas n, Individ-
N. Miason, illiamIL R (irs-
well. mtra iL. Oarswell,
NO I CE I uR. dearly paid for canned goods sup-
(.race Thurman and E. R.
Thurman., Harah J. Woltz,
Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at T nd va. dual n a Assig- p e to be the best to find upon
nee of V. Vt. Sutton, 0. U'.
public auction on the SIXTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A. D., 1909. in the City nuttou and H. HWllis pning them that they proved to be
andali ot her perhons cLilu-
of Daytona, Florida, or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount ng as heiror. adnmnistra-y ad i q
due for taxes, herein set opposite to the same, together with the cost of such sale of any of the foregoingn a H
and advertising. William IR.arswell, Elmnira L.ars-
and dvrtiingl, GraceThuranand Thurman When buying canned goods you do it o it y
umtarb J. Wolz, individually and as asscann ooo it
S. .Amount ofC. Hutton, O. t.Button and i. H UZIWi!-
AME DESCRIPTION OF LAD and isad all other perou claiming as see the inside of the can, therefore be sure to get a
NAME DESCRIPTION OF LAND lot ters, ad niolstrator e-xet-utors or assigns "
of auy of the foregoing IwrsSons bran B
You are hereby required to appear to the
Maggil M.. one. .......a. .et Ilo ft of north 1-2 of ................. 1 13 .- Bill of Complaint flied herein against you In' D
J. P. Turner .. ....... lot 6. Thompson's sub of part bik 4 3 91 the batove ntitled cause on or Iwfore the .
Kitmuer (bliurer.... ........ lot Iit, Bank sub of part blk 44 -;5 41Ith day of tictoler, A. ID.. Wil.l" I YAL k
er Ol-r ............lot l, Bank sub of part blk 4 ................. 5The Daytona Gazette News" is hereby
Mary A. Rogers ..........east 1: It of. .............. .......... 5 1 designated as th newpapr n wheh this VARIETIES AND STYLES IN AND
A..I. Hutchtinsonm .... uorthliftoleast 2ftof......... .....2 15 1 order shall be publhed once- a wek ( VARIETIES AND STYLES IN GLASS AND
J. I. Ma'y .........west 1- of outh 1- .. ................. I 14 r iss hand al t of oe this i the standard and the Fish, Fruits and Veg*
II. !'. Il...................................................... t:: 10 4 i "rd day of July. A. D., Is*.standar and the FishFrut an Veg abs
Corn E. Lewis....... .....north 1-2 of east 196 ft of ................6 IV 41 41 04KALi AMX' 1). JOitU.0n b to
r ..... o..... ........... i 1 r I, Court. that brand are aul guaranteed to be the finest i
l Jo non .. ................................ .... .. ....... o 1 Fitzgerald & hO tes,
E. lilllnighaimu ..........north *;5 rt of east l1 It of. ........... 1 ; ::.7 Molicitors for complaiiait. You never run a chance of getting a b i ag
.1. Morgan ...... lot I. hlk 2. Porter's sub of ............ ...4 5 64
0-war Pe.ll.tt ........... lots 1.2, 3. 6,7, blk EKIk & Pellett's subho Bids for Building Public School. you buy ROYAL SCARLET.
west 2-3 of........ ...................... ......... 2 1 Healed proposals for furnishing material
E. avis. ...av .. ......lotr 2, tlk Kie & Pellatt' sub of w 3- o ..6 a 1 o and labor for the erection compl'let of a Fr SALE BY
Shrick or concrete Public tHhool ulilding at
Nelliet Grifin ...........lot 6, blk 2, F. T. Peck's sub of ......... .....1 in I 1 5 itytona, Florida, will Iw re-eived by the
BinlhanI & Thompson... lots a to 10, bhlk 24 Jackson'ssubot 4,5 4 5t Trustees of slid school up to August 16th. A
Nora V. Haines......... lots 1 to I. blk 2, (. K. Jackson's sub of 3, L 5 2 :: u1 Ime, at ; o'clock p. in., at which time the
baie will be publicly opntnel in the Olty
E. I,. .Best.................. fubhofl I Block 31a, Uolemans ............. o 1 1 it H lall In said city.
Rete-ca Johnson ...........ub of 1 Block aa., Oolensans........... IS1 1 1 Plan.. specilications and blank forms of
Kliza Rlcardson.......... sub of 18 Block a, Cokluman ........ ...3 2 1 1t pn1ropsls will be furnishcd on application a -n-i---.-U-g-g-U-g U
to W.4'. IeGanrmo. architec-t, Miami, Fla.
J. W. IDvls .................. sub of 1Blockn a. Coleuians ............. 7 2 91 A deposit of tell dollars will rn r uireTA EA T
Alex winson ............. su of I Block a. Colemans ......... 2 t ntwhich will be refunded on return of DA YTONA BEACH HOTEL
J. W. Wilkinsou .........sub of 18 Block 8 a, (olenaus ........... 4 .3 i plan andl pc-reiflertions. t of the
44.-o. La Bouty ...........e li ft or colemans................. ... s as e1 iountid wie rchk l or two accompany Mrs. Celeste Hinks, Proprietress, Daytona Beach, Fla.
Hugh I,. Armstrong ........w 182 ft of Colemaus ................... 24 a* sa the bids, the same nl ing made payable tompr on A Igach T r no S
the order of the Trustees of the Ilaytona Are you going to spend the summer on the beach? Then why
Herbert Taylor.......... .olemans ....................... 0to. a I Pub iU Hchools, as a guaranft that the sue-
o W. IAwis ..............(olemans e ......................... .. .... a cessful bidder will entr nto bonds for the to the Daytona each Hotel.
\lliuua Jones ...... .... (olemans ............................... :, a.n I. ountpletou of the work, the iaen to te re- PRICES MODERATE.
John Stewnrt ............... I Rogers sub part of bk .57 ........... L 5 turnd theo all uncsuct sful elders weedas quick *MT
.lme........ ...... .......Lot I and Iand east t1 fl of west i4 ft and The Trusates reserve the right to reject
lot 9. and e % lot 1, 12, blk 2. Rogers sub pt tr .* 31 any or all hide. JA.'cK N, Secretary.
Mary A. Mtewart............ lot 4. 5, and east to ft lot 9, lt, and west 1-2M. JA, rary.
lot 11, bik 2, Rogers sub of pt blk Sa...... t5 42 i(lrst pub. June 19; last put). Aug. 7)
4,. (. RKobinsou. ......... Rogers sub of bik Ka ...........lot i, 19, a 21 2 t 8 Notice to Debtors and Creditors, A. D. rl cBn J.B. CONRAD F. N. (OLRAB
Anna A. Htendman...........Ludwig sub of pt lot I 1lk 3 ............... 5 6 P0reident Vice-Pres. Ch .i
leu Holton ................. .......... a 5P I I, countyy t urt,l f Og
Josh. 'oomnall ...............west 72 ft of north t .................... 1 1 Volu a county, f
Florida % He+nrietta n evylanu
4'. M. Binghaml. .r ........Ludwig sub of pt 1 hlk U ................ 2 6 N6 fL. Iprsons having claims or demands M E R C H A N T S B A N K
K. Rose Harden......... ..bhantz sub of ................ ........... If 4 E against ithe Kstate of Henrietta Hey (HRANc'll F VOI.t'SIA OUNTY RAN )
van '. artwe-ll........south of....south -a of w It of e to It ofI.. .. u an a.det' at ar reerly notlfaed to pre- iSIA U e Jd
L. V. Itct-rer ...... ............l *i. .u t ui r>i te tLU t.e ...'thitel....2 7 *A t h to he undersigned within the f 1
.. ..... ........... 2 time allowed b law or thevwill w be forever capital tc ............................ ............... 00
Mary A. Rog-ras........... north t of lot ............. ........... 7. 1 rr.EYMANN. xcutor Surpusan Prfits ..................................
I. I,. C'owan h-ir........ south IA ft of north ft ....... ....... .. 51 i N Iytona, Florid, .lune 12 l. ru..................................
W. H. Ieniston .... ......................... ...... .......... i B d S Four per cent interest paid on Savins accounts and Tie Cer-
I.ucy ('aIty ............s... south s It of lots I and 2, north 1-2 lot 3 bik 1. Bond Sale.
Weaver sub of ....................... Io, 15 t5 1 The Board of School Trustees of the (Ilty tificates of Deposit. No notice required for withdrawal.
M11rs. L.. Rols-rt.......... lots 4, 5, a blk 1. Weavers sub of ....... o. i.S 5.4 of Datount. Ilorida. will r. teeis~- sattlel pro-
.eat4 o6 l ot., .hkiweverIsoubof......I 1posas until August l.th. 111, at 2:1l i R r P.n o.,
Idl Willllams............. east 1-2 lot a blk I. ..........I.... 15 52 2 9 or S t uamns pe'r cent. :5)year Achool Bonds, Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent ,
4' 1. J..cksou .............lot 1t of Weaver's subt ....................lo0,15 s 5 2 12 interest payable anuuall..
Full information will &- given on uppl-t
C. H. 4'ooman............lot 1. blk 3. Weaver's sub of............ .. t1, 16 cation to Wr. Jatcksonl. secretary n ay--
Jerry Hnrrison............ots and 3, Weaver's. sub of. ............l., 15 5 2 47 tona, Florida.
Musli Jones ................ lots 9 and 3 Weaver's sub of.............1, 15 .2 i I All boldsl must Ite ntrked "Bids for Bonds%"
as. 14. A. ith u of e 2- o lt.... and trecompanlledt bIy Cahier's or certin ed
rli'nu. Prld'............. .lot 1. A. fnlmitb ubof e of ............. 11 s 1. checkk for one per cnt. of the face of th-
M. ,le................ ... lot 1I. blk 4. Wall's sub of w 1-3 of.......12, 13, 1 52 112 honds bid for. which shall he applied to the-
laurn E. Wall......... ..lot 6. bik 1, Wall's sub of w l-Sof ..... 12,, 14 2 I 12 purchase price if accepted, or returned if LI
W. H. Pickett............lot 8. blk 1, Wall's sub of w 1-3 of ...... I ts. i 12 1 12 The right is reserve d to reject any and all
I ('. Mtvens. ................lot 9. blk I, Wall's sub of w I-. of ......1. I. 14 .2 1 It hids Wu. J. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 79. Effective June 17, 1
Rolbt. Willitnkm ............lots Sl & If. blk I. Wall's sub of w 1- of 1t. 1,. 14 52 2 45 eDartoMar oJu rd of, Shool Trust e-. Eu
Mitclh-ll Jones............ lot bk I, Wall's su, of w 1-3 of .....12, 1. 14 12... 4o..-No. 85 l No. 29 MAIN LINE ) N. 7 No. t2
ManlcoimTeague..........lot 35, blk ., Walls sub of w 1- of .....I.t 13,14 :.2 2 4 M DAILYa your kitchen LI DAI LY
4(rover Taylor............. lot S, lk 2, Wall sub of w 1-S of......... 1l., 14 5 I12 4Ma 00 pa 9 -0 am Lv0JackpsoiitchenL r 7 :i :ax 1.:n s. am- .
I.ulu Tlhomlpsn ..........lots 4...34, hflk 2. Wall sub w 1-3 of .11. 12. I1, 14 .2 7 t 252 pm 10 55 am L .St.Aueulstire .\r p-m In 7 16 am
6 V Pin 41 56 am I-v..Ea'i Palatka Lv 5 (*W pin 6 (0 am.,
4as. (Nenl.. .......... Its.M, as, lk 2. Wal sul w 1-3o_..11. 12, I. 1 575 8 01 pm 1 32 pm r.... rmn .... Lv pm I '- am l llm Buffet Parlor e
I. G. G;rish ............... lot 43. hik 2, Wall sub w 1-3of ....1. 1..13.14 1 1 12 comfortable, get a i m 14 pm l......lav tt .... l,31a41m .nBuffev 3 1 m 4 15 a lnM2
J.loll H.Trtum........... lot 44, lk2.Wall sub wl-3 of ......p11, 12t,1 1 12 8 5& pn 2 30 pin Lv ..Neiv'.-nvrna I.v .2 1 irn :1 l am tolerated on tralns29and te-
.to. Allenk....... s.bot b,2 h Wa ub w I-o ...... 12, 14 .2 | 0o 00 pm 3 36 pn. Lv.. .Titu vie... I 2 27 am tween Jacksonville and Miaml.
G4-0- AIle-a ............ ...lot + ,5 blk ,W all gul) w 1-3 of.. .. ....1112, 13,14 52 2 1A 10 43 p im 4 19 am Lv ...... c. aQ I .... I 1 I 18 am
y Anna Jordanl ...... ......lot a, hlkS Wall sub w 1- of ....... 11.12. I. 14 12 J I pLv.. .R l .. 1212 p 44 a
Ami o ... a-11 2 Dpt 4 K7pm L-...Esaz al1 Pullman Buffet Sleaiper bw
- W. <;one-y.............. lot 9. blk S. Wall sub w -3 of ....l. i. 12, 1, 52 1U 12 p 5 pm Lv.. Ea ,all I-. 1. 12 pa 12 am Pullman Buffet Sleeper he
d l Hall ...............ots 21.22. t.lk3, Wallsub w 1-3.of.. 12.1.II, 1 24 1: 1 il opLAL 1 s m 750 im la ro+. I r : ... m I 0a tw n New York and Knof
o Amandlali llllnmark........ lot 5, tlk I, Greene sut of pt of ..... 3 191 3 48 am 9 17 pm Lv..W. Pahn ea.h .\ a I 1 am i to pmi Jack1onvinle l handled on Uarsij
Islalh Colller ................ 2.- of lot ,t, bik 1, GIPrene sub of pt of. 5S3 1 i 6 0 am 11 30 pm Ar N.... Ma .. I. :,0 iam fi 0 ipm ,i and 82.
7 00 am1 ........ ... .. Miaeni .......r .......... .. :,UA lat
I- .no A. Bryant.............n a S t ofre l ofet of lot _i. lhk 1, F(reele sub 3 I 20 m a ....... ....4. l. :. l e- ,.. ....... 4 t4 t I
o Thonmas M htlla i-ts ... ...Iots.5,, blk ?, Greene su* of pt blk......... ... 53 5 2 ; 10 44 am ......... I.v .L K y l.v .......... ... I It am
AM. Harrgrov ...............ot 013. bhk 2, (re-ene sub of pt blk............. : I 1 1 aoam. ......._ Ar ..Ktillit Key .......... 1m jInl
('d ir Jone-................lots lk 2, Greene sub of pt blk... ........... Ar 3 1 75 aa6 .. .......... .. n" aP.
Mtlinie Jacksonl.........lot Mt, Lbk 4, Greene sub of pt blk.......... ...1. 1 12 ____ -
e .May Meadows ........... lot a I-4 of Iot2. f. 2I, -, b)lk 4. pt blk....... .. .1 1 ; Orf 8 *Sundays. Tuesday and Thursa.tay. arrivarl- t Key Vet.
)t Addice M(Ore. .............lots II. tI. blk o, Greene aub pt blk ........ ... 7- I2 tTuesdays, Thursdiays anI Satttur.lay. leipartire frcomn Key We-t.
.1 I. H. rookes..... .......lot 5. Pratts sub, of....... .......... ......... I 5s I ;it tMondays, Wedneslay an:,l IFrilay. arrival- andi delartu-res at Havana.
d usin.rutoer. ..........lot 2. Prattasubho. .......... ............ I New Perfection Blue P.. ..NCH
ie Manti* lr.. l.ckson.........lots and 15. Hinsky'r suh of ................2 .1. 75 PAI.ATKA BRANCH
Mrel. M,'hel.tud Berthune..lot 5 Hlukey'Ha sub of ............... 2 55 Leav re East' EAST PALATK A To rI trf. I. Leave PAI.ATKA T' E IA t.rriveEast
r- Viola RP.ddick.............lot7. ............ ... ot 1,2 55 1.1 Flame Stove andA. keI.ATKA : l'hta Inlat :a aAATK PlUtkta
Ilan anch, rd ........ lot 21. ** ...... ........ .... 1 .2 ......1'
I.":ol ........ ..... lots 2 n, Hinskv- o....... ... .1.2 s o ss am ...... ... I, iiy........ ,: .ai r amn ....... o. i Iall-....... 00o am
t, .. ...m... ... a .. S as..... possible. ......... 1 m- --, .|......... ,... .. .i............I 8 .
Alex Moore..............Iots7and.. ". ............ 1... 2 l 75 12. .6 .. .. o. a' ........yi :* a p ) 1 2 l.- j .......... l,. l a1 d-il '":.... 1 pam
"" l iL/oo~r.. dlill~~~ ~ ~ ~ I~~lu S Ad ..4 10 pm ..........N,. 1"1 lallay-...... 1:c, 1 i :j-ia l .......... No. h. aiy. i 4 5.5 pm
1o 13re.. ..... ,ot d; "" ......... ....... ..- 15. ........... ... i......-......... ........... .. .. No. 11 Is ....... s pm
iot OI f & (.uieg ....... eaCst 110 ft of n 1.'s) tft and w 52 ft of e lo4 ft of ... .
d north 130 ft of......................... 16 ~. 4- SAN AT EO BRANCH
S a BlocHker ...........Lot 18. lk 2,4 '. E. Jackson's sub of .......3 5 I ....---
r Ioh Znderss...........lots I and 2. lk 1, Edmnondson' ub of ... 7 2 Leave Eat EA.T PAi .ATKA "o \i i an'r I .n an AN SMATE)o TO EAST I \rrveEast
('h.rlotte Edward .. lot 7, blk 1, ('lark's sub of .......... ...... 4 2, -i The Furniture alatka|\ alt
Mlirtbn A. John.on.....lot II, lik I, .........n S 3 ati w
r Ld l"-llow. Hnll.... east l-of lot 1lk2, rk'sub o 7 7 ....... i ...... ,' .......... .... 1' b
ullard ...........wt l-2ofeast l-2of lut I, Popper's sub of : i
t -oubih i-2of north 1-2 of.... ............. 4 .I lt oro. 5i N 1 p7 .. N .o 1 : -. 50 ,.". -,. _o.5 _-
"- ..*'. MIoI*ll.>...... .. south l ft of..at tl ft of lot 1. 1dmond..on-,s No. NON VILLA a .v PRT BRAN, .., .. No 5
b sul, ofulll or1- .. o ............. ........... .* a. O4A VILLA ly il ily ; ily

SI .lolllla ....... ea.t 5 lt of w lU ft or 175 ift of lot I blk I Ed- Mr WW. AIC tt, A V nAgLer. 710 p5 r, 05 2 4 0 tl u o.......J W.8I... .... r i, i l0 P6i U .-.
I miondso i's utofSot h south I-f of 4 31 -7 7 50 p 5 t 2 40 Pa -iu s (a 1 Re 1 1 :
Nora.1. Ne.lson .. north 1-2of w 3o ft of lot 1, Edmnoneisou's sub Open from May to October. 8a 1 6. 1 (5 23(V I P~ A 0'i ...... ...L, ) $ ":-i 13r: s1 2 -s:I
d ofouth 1-2 of ....................... :. a i; Fronting the Atlantic Ocean. -. -
derry Murra lot hik K:Ednlondso4. ub ofsouth l-rol .4 .1 i ,1 large pleasault rooms. Modern su.;M hl2ofM.1...ll4 3.12 s..n IO : a. ~ .. ... v
d H.nry Mt.t'iure .lot.hki. ) on s Rate rea so able. .ak i,, .. n..... 1 rnh ..., .-U, SaaftorJ Bra,.bh -" '
n A it, Hu' ar* lot l1k ..- .4 3: 4 Special to families. 4 15 pm si 3 am I.. -,a r t i' ; 1 n at r a ,f lx I o
-1 L e '" 4 25 P m 1 15p l .0 a m It .-o... ,1!1..... 1 T' I' ,, .
Vlrljinn I.-. ........ .lo. 1. tlk 2 ., i 2. ... .4 Dayto 1 ,. r orid 5 pm >I: 50 am a r.. ?:r ..... ~ 1- : :i
Peul Watson ...........east In ft of north la ti ot ... .. ...... I 4 80 pm 12 m ... l .. .0 -
W. .i.-y .(t'.ormickL ...lot .1. l nk 1, l.udwig' sul o part of ..........1 1 :.u Co.ac~-do maade at Knights K.-v i;h & a s o. for Kry Vr .jj H.-v*. CA.I.
S W K S ip n ... t 5 lk ,. .- ** W t t t .. 1 32 1 -- _-_A- .- .-.-
W. Frallk ......lotS lk : LOW TIDES on the BEACH n Thes. TIMEAE TABl.ES howl the tn...s at :.t tr... n,... r xr pe.t r.dt, arrive at and dpar.tral I
t Frtnl. l Ha:rt ........... ..lot ; 12.hl 1 ;l ,eeal en l a ota; but their arriv..I or J,.-p.rlv ;a, t lrl *ir-ir sn%'A r.d a. not ':aurRnte..-d aor i. ih (lus a
L '. Ir ..IncklHor .......... ot It, 1.4, ik 2 t o *- be hel r oStTbl lor .aiy Je-lay or :'v c<>norri-nr -e arioinz ti.r.fronn.
I. .k .......k 2 ......... ....1 1 vi I Uay f AUU. SEPT OCT._
l.lk.-Ilox .a.. lot 1, blk 2. ... .. t O OF THE LOCAL TIMI. CA\RI) OK O a 4 ;lR INORMA).I IONS -S! -1l.In ici i .(.kNI
I '. H.I2ollnan .... hl k 3. ....... .. -----. ... D. RAHNER.Gcancrl ,Passengr Ag.nt S. AUGUSI.NE. FL.RIDA
1 .. i ................. 1:53...1.. 2:421.., D. iAHNF-gG~acml Passeter .2 4,t S'I..AU(;USIlN. FI.(itilA
S .In -i C'o ,itan ....... lot 5. lk ....... 1 1 1.."... 1:53... ... 2:1...
t. I. ... ......... vs.. : --
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it > l, < o..... 2.15... ... 3:24.. .. 4:I...
Ca. I'. .JL k-oalots 12. 13. tlL 4 -. I..4 -3..... 4 --! 1 J46 ; 3...
.... ... 1 ... -lot .3... 4. 1: 4 ... ... 3:M .... -.. 4'1--iI..d5-f.
P I M .C '.." o ts 4 b lk ... .. ........ 31 1 6om

a servant who was a fOOL" H. v. Hrnt,-, ... 7;oxi4c ft ea-t -ide Hra-sl sl. opp lot 6. hlk .1
S..... ... ... i2le65 it lot 1. .ik 6 ...
The Greatest Inventor. MiaMntd V. M.r-i.... .. ot 0.i, 10. lo*,. ludwig.- -uho .... ....., 2.
Teacher-Who Is the greatest in-- .1. !. enj.a ..-.outh I-2of. ..............
mentor? Shaggy Haired Pupl--Pat -"',' I. l'- in'"" ...'. h 1-2 of ........... ....
Pending, I guess. I see his name on r.-." v. Wlia .... wesot I east -l ft of .... ... .. .
more tnventlins than I do any other 'a: *........ .t l 1- t of
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