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
Ormond gazette news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: August 14, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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o(Ws Everywhers. Reesk" AU CImsi

Daytona, Florida, August 14, 1909.

Lest Adveutaaemg U in k nkf8 3 ia vuibty.

'I, Pie 5 Cents

to theater rrfval of a shipment of one hundred dozen Towels
ipe should have received early in the spring, but arrived after our
is overwe williHold a SPECIAL TOWEL SALE in order to close
entire let. These towels are first-class in every respect and are well
rih t cents, bui wet nist get rid of them and will close out the entire
ldoseu at 3 for 25 cents or 95e a dozen. Do not fail to get what towels
eed at ti i sdualously low price. See the window display.

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)audsome Pictures.

;.ny customer purchasing $?.oo worth of Gro-
ies4 for cash. I will sell a handsome framed pict-
? >ir own selection out of one hundred and fifty
Mects, size 23x27, for only 59 cents.


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



Th-North Beach Street Grocer. 'PHONE 19.
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b/ 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-
wmanshlip will be the best.

Daytona Electric Co.

232 South Beach Street.

Cabinet MaKer. Wood Worker.
Picture Frames, Door and Window Screens made to order.
Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.

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R. D. TAYLOR, Electrical Contractor
House \irii.ng ai Specialty.
Dealer in Electrical Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shades,
Lamps No. S Orange avenue, DIATONA. FILA.

getting a Galvanized Iron rTank, a new Tin Hoof. a Hot Air Furnace,
or any of the other metal necessities required to complete a modern
dwelling, remember that


are litt prepared to give prompt and reliable service at fair prices.
General repair shop on Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory.
SPhbone 5. Out of town work lAlicited.
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e Company Will at Once Begin Former Proprietor of The Claren-
Work on the Betterment don at Seabreeze Locatesin
of the Plant. California City. f
Tuesdayy the question of granting From the Los Angeles Daily
anchise to the East Florida Tel. Times we learn that Dr. E. L. Pot-
ine Company was submitted to ter, proprietor of The Clarendon,
people of Daytona. A. light vote which burned at Seabreeze last
Scast, only 121 elec "rs taking winter, has purchased the Hotel Van
trouble to cast t.ir ballots. Nuys, one of the most popular
e result was a ote 54 for the hotels at Los Angeles, California.
cnhise and 46 Igaist, with 21 The transaction was made through

votes thrown ouln account of
being improperly marked. The
votes thrown out were about evenly
divided for and against the meas-
ure, and if counted would not have
changed the result.
We learn that the company will
at once commence work on improv-

J. W. Wilkinsom, another old Day-
tona boy, and a warm personal
friend of Dr. Popter. The consider-
ation was $15000) cash. Dr. Pot-
ter has assumedcharge of his new
The new proprietor of the Van
Xuys is no novice in the hotel busi-

ing the telephone service in Day-; ness. The pronounced success of
tons and the peninsula points, The Clarendon stamps him as a
which has long been needed. A hotel man of ti first calibre and
cable will be laid on all streets car- in his new lo n he has an op-
rying twenty wires or more and im- portunity to a -to the remarkable
proved appliances will be installed reputation he has made in the past.
to put the line in a strictly first-class Carl H. Kaspp, who managed
condition. The Clarendon, goes to the new
hotel with Dr Potter and will no
In Alaska. '.loubt become as popular at Los
Friends in this city of Geo. R. Angeles as he was at Seabreeze.
Popple will be interested to learn The Hotel Van Nuys has two
that he is now in Alaska. Mr. hundred guest rooms and one hun-
Popple, among others, left Daytona dred private baths and is equipped
a few years ago for the Pacific with every modern convenience
Coast, goidg first to Aberdeen, known tohoteldom. Itsfurnishings
Wash. A letter received last Sun. cost $100.000 which have been re-
day, Aug. 8th by HI. W. McClellan plenished from year to year, leaving
was posted at Fairbanks, Alaska, the hotel in a condition that might
June 29th by Mr. Popple making be termed newly equipped.
forty days in transit between these In a talk to, a reporter of the
extreme points in I'ncle Sam's ter- Times concerning his reasons for
ritory. Mr. Popple, who is pros- locating in Los Angeles Dr. Potter
pecting, is 360 miles in the interior said:
of Alaska and seems to like the "It was because I was brought to
country very well. lie says common a realization of the fact that South-
labor commands $5.00 per day and era California has a hotel season
board, the latter being figureJ at of twelve months in the year, as
4mm1a-2.00 tou 2.50per day but of against a four or five months' season
course living expenses must be cor- in Florda. That is the reason I
respondingly high. have decided to locate in Ios An-
geles. I have traveled around the
P III world, and I have never seen a
SON SATE PPENI country that could equal this. Iam
F NERALc INTEET ondent that, with the opening of
the Panama Canal and with the
4 a natural climatic and scenic advant-
News Notes From Many of the ages, together with the many pleas-
tire resorts within such easy access
Cities and Towns in the of its business center, Los Angeles
State of Florida. is destined to become one of the
P a h r p s a greatest cities in the United States.
Pensacola harbor presents a busy .
scene these das One day last That is why I have invested iny
eek seventen large ste ship money here, and that is why I have
week seventeen large steamships
and more tan a doze sailing -decided to stick it out here. From
and more than a dlozen sailing ves-
nl w t onow on I want to be counted an .\n-
selsl were taknghat is the word."
ffeliuo-1 believe that is the worn.

The tax assessor's roll for the city
of St. Petersburg shows a total as- F California
fr 9 of ,1. Florida More Than California
sessment for 1)09 of $?,U58,104.
liast year the figures were $1,944,- Mr. and Mrs. F. M. and Mr. ant]
I:*, showing: a gain of l1:.,.7T4 for Mrs. L. II. Rowe arrived last Satur
), @Showing a gain of ';.k 11:1 ),974 for
9!o4. day night, as expected, from an en
'e c untv com .ssiners joyable outing north. F. M. Iow<
aThe county cavot ontl of says he heard ten times as nmul
Dade county have voted a monthly Floridaasever beforehand no
main talk of Florida as ever before and no
appropriation of s ; for the main-
prori f 7 f t one-tenth as much of California, bu
tenance of the Sub-tropical laratory he fears that some of the Florid,
at Miami until such time as the heme now being operate
land Mhemes now being operate
State renders aid.
te renders ai.are going to be a damage to th
A Lire which broke out about two. State through misrepresentation
o'chlk Tuesday morning in Moody's lie is a staunch friend and support
drug store at Fort Meade destroyed er of Florida and especially of Day
that building and spread to adjoin- tona, hut believes they should stanr
ing buildings, doing great damage on their merits of which they hav,
to several stores. The loss is very plenty.

A deal was consumated in Tampa
Tuesday by which W. F. Stovall,
Frank tI. Bowyer and W. (. Bro-
rien di-posed of their stock and in-
terests in the Florida Midwinter
Fair Ass",iatin to I. I'. Strode, a
well known St. Louis racing man,
W:.II. Fizer, and they are now pre-
paring for one of the greatest racing
anti amusementt re-orts of the
country. near Port 'l'ampa, on the
property of J. 1I. l)r.ew.



Card of Thanks,
We desire to thank all friends
and neighbors who furnished Hw-
era or in any way assisted in our
late bereavement.
Mrs. B. H. Williamson and family.

oi the river and surrounding coun-
try hut also of old ocean. The
house is much larger thaa previous-
Iv stated in the Otazette-News, Mr.
Malbette having added a full floor,
to the construction, giving him
thirty-five sleeping rmans in addi-i
lion to the public rooms.



TAIKE flST-O.SS. MA i A I TAlf mtS .

GEO. H. MAI-rHEWS, Paomummo

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The Cut Into the St. Johns River
Near Jacksonvelle Will
Soon Be Completed.
Reports from those who have re-
cently made an inspection of the
work of cutting the last stretch of
the East Coast canal between St.
Augustine and Jacksonville state
that the cutting is progressing very
rapidly and unless unforeseen ob-
stacles are encountered the work
should be completed and the canal
opened to Jacksonville before the
close of the present year.
The Florida Coast Line Canal
and Transportation Company has
certainly accomplished wonderful
work in the completion of this beau-
tiful inland waterway stretching I
the entire length of the Florida
East Coast, and the last stretch be-
tween St. Augustine and the St.
Johns river will be even faster ac-
conmplished than the other sections
The company has two powerful
dredge boats and four excavators
at work on this last cut with a large
force of men at each machine, so it
can be seen that no delays are being
tolerated. The company will also
have constructed a large suction
dredge with a twelve-inch pipe.
This huge machine will be put
to work as soon as completed,'
starting from the mouth of the
St. Johns river and working south
through Pablo creek, deepening the
canal at all points where shoal
places are encountered.
The canal when completed within
the next six months will be the cul-
mination of an expensive undertak-
ing which it has consumed more
than twenty years in accomplishing,
and it will be one of the most beau-
tiful and wonderful stretches of in-
land waterway along the whole At-
-lantic seaboard. For winter-wrais.
ing it cannot he equaled anywhere
on earth and for protection to craft
from the dangers of storm on the
outside course it will prove invalu-
able in future years.

The New Hotel.
The new hotel which I.. M. Mab-
b hette is erecting on Palmetto avenue,
just souithof Magnolia, will have
same very attractive features, one of ;
which will be the commodious porch
along the fron-,t of the building,
with its easy approach from the"
ground by means of a central flight
, of low steps with a landing from
which steps will lead right and left
to the conservatory and billiard
Sroomi on the ground floor. The
I former promises to be an especially
- attractive spot as the Misses Mab-
- bette have already quite a fine col-
e election of beautiful ferns for its
h decoration.
t Another attractive point will be
t the r,,f of the building, high above
a the tops of the magnificent live oaks
1 before the house, from which a
e beautiful view is obtained not only


The Conrad Grocery Company i
E. T. Conrad & Co's old stand.


Carpenters Build Hall.
L.,'al No. 1725. of the Carpenter's 3
i. An rait n th-ir u rters
4. 111' IL air -IA4A~ "'1 ,"~ ~'


will deliver gasoline without

any charge for delivery at


Tank Wagon.


Oil Delivered by

Gasoline Machine Gas and Lubricating Oils.

Figure with us on your




Electricity will pump water

for 5 cents per 300 gallons.

Adom Schantz Electric jht Plant,

E. L. GIUN, generall Manager.

t mll l ilalr eti Ll.UIA I i.,,, LLkU kU A !
on Norh lh-ach street. Some weeks i ...--I..---8 ---1-- -- ---- -- --=--: ---
ago thie exchanged their lot on
.Mvrtlhc avenue for the house and lot
Ownelid Mrs I) F. Austin, oppo- t l .... *- -"I Nt... .. .. .. ..g----- -
Site the lbiert llhcksmnith shop anduil NEW SEASIDE INN l
Ihave been litthliin. meetings there. N E.'W i .LASAI. INL.

Open all the

Orange Avenue, Daytona, Fla.




any point in Daytona,

breeze, Daytona Beach, Or-

mond or Port Orange. Qual-

ity and quantity guaranteed.
Call Office Phone 128
Mills Transfer 77

Bond Lumber Company,


Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Cel ing, rick, Lilne
4i0 1 ce and Yards: East Vsas
and Cement in Stock. allwt.y a"d ru:,i Avruuo
MILL- -Bond Mill. Atlantic Coast Line Ky.. 1lin mlles south of JacAkonville.
Kalamazoo. on Ranford Branch lt the F. E.. Ky.
Phone 83 R. J. MAI.BY, Manager.


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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.


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Norman S. Dayton,


Real Estate,



SScabreeze ad Daytona Beach.
S\MRS. H. A. BERNARD, Editor.
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-- I Bradshaw began work on Mr. Farrell's
Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. residence last week. The ground has
I been graded, materials are being hauled
Sand a three inch artesian well is being
One copy one year 0 Mrs. Evernden received a dispatch
O spth 75 from her son, Ralph, at Fort Pierce last
One copy three months .................. .40 week calling her to the bedside of Dr.
Evernden, who had been taken sick on
SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1909 the eve of his return home. and left for
that place by the next train )r. Ev-
I ernden was brought home by Mrs. Ev-
RMNAIL I IST IN fNI ;ernden and Ralph Sunday night ad is
SIKINGSTON 11 now rallying to health. Ralph Evern
*- 1 AT- I LAID. j den returnedto Fort Pierce Monday.
9 A EI 5L Herbert Spencer and Jay Sheldon
-KINGSTON, Aug ll]-A gay were over from -ake Helen the latter
party of Kingston young people part of last week on a visit to Mrs. 11
A Heavy Docket Confronts Judge .prung a surprise on the Misses S. Morrison. the former's sister.
Mrs. Andrew Bigelow returned Sun-
Perkins and Court Not Likely Clevy and Grace Rich on Thursday day morning from a plePo t visit win
toAdou Next Week. evening of last week. They amused Mr. and Mrs. T. Ralph Wilcox at their
themselves playing parlor games Tomoka home.
Criminal Court is in session at until about ten o'clock, when ice Ceo. L. Farrell. who came from Pitts-
DeLand this week, and a crowded cream and cake were served, anti burg to let the contract for a residence,
docket confronts Judge James W greatly relied all after ich left Tueay afternoon to jin his
d greatly rerlishedl b all, after w acl family at Georgian Bay, Canada
Perkins, who is presiding. Judge amusements were resumed, and the f. a ;iaGore came over from Glen-
Maxwell, of Jacksonville, tried the c-lock was near tolling the hour of wood Saturday evening for a Sunday
first two jury cases, owing t tohe twelve when the gutsts departed, visit with his family on Valley street
disqualification of Judge Perkins. apparently wll pesed rith the The election for mayor and one coun
Tuesday afternoon Joseph Pat- evening's cntertaihmlent. cilnan is called for September 7
f Daytona, charged irs.Vivis rina Miss Pearl Wilson celebrated her thir-
rick, colored, of Daytona, charged rs. VivinUsina and ae, o teenth birthday one dav last week.
with assault and battery on his wife, St. Augustine, are visiting in this Quite a number of young friends helped
was found not guilty, suburb, guests of Misses Rich her in the enjoyment of the occasion.
Judge Perkins sentenced four G. 1. lewis has conmmencedl the Graphophone music and refreshments
men; Mr. Lucas, of Bluffton, Messrs. eretion of a building on his r p- were pleasant features of the afternoon.
Baxter, Van and Cordes, of OaMr. and Mrs. W. H. Fortson and two
BHilt, to siy days ea .for iga erty purchased of A. (. fnuqiay, charming daughters arrived last week
Bill, to sixty days each for illegal north of Main street, and a slrt on a visit with Mrs. Fortson's parents,
fishing. All four plead guty to the distance east of railway. Mr. and Mrs. M. V Hart, on Valley
indictment. Judge Perkins says M. Neenan was at home with his street. Mr. Fortson left Saturday for
illegal fishing must be stopped i family over Sunday, from Duont, Seattle Waosh. on a six weeks' trip.
Volia cont and a fine don'tfrom t, Mrs. Fortson will remain is Seabreeze
Volusia county and as fines don't where he is engaged as foreman for while her husband is away.
seem to do it e will resort to a jail J. White. A letter from Mrs. Weston, who is at
sentence. Glad to see M. L. Crews on our her summer home in Ontario, Ohio,
Wednesday afternoon Jamesstreets again having recovered conveys the information that ,he will
Hampton and Phenie Odum col- his idisposition caused by the spend the winter at her home here, if
ored, charged with living in adul- s.pi rb it she can arrange to have some relative
spider bite. with her.
tery, were found guilty. Mrs. Myrtle Webster is stopping Mrs. J. A. Coburn and daughter.
Convicts Doing ood Work. at The Ferndale for a few days Leota, who have been visiting with
under treatment of physicians in Mrs, Coburn's parents near Urbana.
The convict gang at work just one of Datona's sanitariums. er Ohio, are now at Mansfield, and a little
west of Daytona on the Daytona-De h i i N yrnlater will join Mr. Coburn in a short
et of Dyona o the Dayto11-De home in in New Smyrna. visit with him at Cincinnati.
Land road are doing excellent work visit with him at Cincinnati.
inLfinishngr teoinsuctiwon k OnTuesday evening of this week Mr. and Mrs. Walthour returned
in finishing the construction of a the young men of the neighborhood Monday from a short trip to Atlanta.
highway of which Volusia County arranged a ack drive on the beach At Jacksonvlle they were joined by
may well be proud. in honor ofMiss Stella Carter and Mrs. Walthour's sister, Mrs. F. B.
The road is being widened and Mis Ma Yelv wo Avery, who accompanied them to Sea-
ditched, the i s being e Miss Mattie elvinatou, who are breeze for a short visit.
expected to leave for their home at W. W Wood has removed from the
both wide and deep, that are ample Hastings some time soon. Seats Wakefield octagon cottage to the Mc-
to carry away all rainfall and keep were provided for quite a number Williams office on Ocean boulevard Mr
the roadway in a comparatively dry of the Kingston and Dolly Hill Wood is doing cabinet work for S. H.
condition at all times. Gove.
girls, with Mrs. H. 8. Weeks as Mrs Theodore Carter and children
Alter being completed if the chaperone, and had a ver venjoable will spend the next two months with
county authorities will then keep a outing of several hours. Mrs. Carter's patents, Mr. and Mrs.
few men on the road for a year ---- iddleton, on Palmetto avenue. In
filling chuck holes and leveling the / the meantime Mrs. Carter has rented
rough places, we will have te he best T f AN her home at Daytona B-ach to Mr
piece of road beeween Daytona and P I O AN Moslcly and family, of Kissimmee.
piece of road between iDaytona and Jack Barrett is putting up a small
DeLand to be found in the State. Jak Bgge i cutting up a s
POlt'' ORANGE, Aug, 1 2-o- building on Butler avenue, to be used as
Deep Water at Mosquito Inlet. seph Mor'ford returned home last a meat market during tile winter season.
I Mrs. Jams. Dobbins and Miss Atkinson
From Thos. C. Babbington. of week. were hostesses at a bridge party at the
Hawks Park, the Gazette-News has Messrs. ( orge and Ed. Fowler, Clarendon casino last Friday. Thirty-
received a lengthy circular stating of Palm lcach, have been visiting three tables were set and the Invitations
the advantagthy o circular stating their aunt Miss se Fowler, of included quite a number from Daytona
the advantages of a deep water inlet teraut Beach Prizes were given and refresh-
and harbor at Mosquito Inlet with Rose Bay. During their stay they mets served.
New Smyrna as a point of entry. put up a very nice iron fence around The Ladies' Sewing Circle of the Con-
The plan looks good on paper and it the F(.wler lot in the cemetery. I gr.gational church will hold a quilting
is to be sincerely hoped that Con- Wu. .Johnson is painting Mrs. session at Miss Blakeslee's cottage in
ssa e induced to take Glawson's cottage on Dulawton l)aytona Beach Wednesday afternoon.
gIres may be induced to take up w Mr,. Laiay Dryer and son, Alston.
the matter and carry it through to avenue and mother, Mrs. Wilson, had o plcas-
completion. Petitions will he cii- S. G. Martin had the pleasure of ant trip to Ne.v Smyrna Monday after-
culated all over Florida for signa- enterta;iuing his father last week. noon with Mr. Ives and his sister, Mrs.
tures. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Chris- Scruggs. of Orlando, in their automo-
ticy d so left Thursdy of bile.
tiancy an son left Thursday of last A handsome, twelve-passenger, sight
HOLLY HILL we for Porto lticq They will be seeing car, made by the Rapid Motor
sorely missed fromkour social gath- Vehicle Company, Pontiac, Mich., was
erings and in church. Their friends received at the depot Monday afternoon

Our postoflice boxes have arrived wish them good health and prosper- by Capt. B. W. Boyd, and was tempo-
andhave been duly installed and ity an their new hoe rarily placed in W Carter's garage
on V lusia avenue, Daytona, until
we now have one of the neatest, Mrs. 1 f. ('orbett returned home Capt Boyd co plates a garage for its
most up-to-date pestoffices in the Friday. keeping on his resident lot on Pinewood
State. Mr. llanc'hard left Friday fur his avenue, which is now being erected. It
Mrs. F AMann came from Sea- northern home hut said he would will be used for transfer and pleasure
brook Friday of last week and the return early. parties this winllette has
MIaises Ne\ll;ie and Hilda t e Rev. C. C. Gillette has in his grove on
Misses Nellie and Hilda returned Mrs. .lane .ohnson is visiting J. North Halifax avenue, a three-year old
with her and will remain for a short Wesley Johnson's f.nily at their grape fruit tree that is a wonder
visit, farm in Blake. even where large fruit crops are the
John Minton, Jr., returned to Three of our enterprtsiug ladies rule. The cluster of fruit to a branch
average wamore than a dozen, and on onei
Hastings recently to get his hay cut. went round with a petition to raise luster there are t went grape fruit,
He had all bu. one load stred in cluster there are twenty grape fruit,
He had all but one load stored in funds to open Orange street from and about 250 fruit on the tree.
the barn when unfortunately from Church street to the cemetery and There is a movement on foot to erect
some' unknown cause during tle of course they were suc tce~ful and a pier in North Seabreeze, extending
uL 6 ihe ru uo nsr fr e

UKlUta uru mi cand Co ntus weOe thestreet will s-mn te ready for IfOr U ""'i"l'iw UI UI.iIriy avenue.
burael to the ground. Mrs. J. travel and it i6 uudersto d that something
Minton left Wedneda to ver $4) worth of tok ha been
Minion O WtoJ rank \1, x:tU,-r tlrve ,\'r from subscribed. This is a matter that i:-
hA hnaonr a d ot Aws 1 1)s- a I --

grandchildren are spending the month
of August in one of the Carson beach
Mrs. Peters returned to Geneva Mon-
day after several week.' stay with her
daughter,Mrs Nicholson, who is re-
covering from a spell of sickness.
Mr. and Mrs. Crown and their happy
family of eleven children, of Rocky
Point, are occupying a cottage on
Grandview avenue. Mr. Cr,,wn is a
successful truck grower, and he and his
family regularly spend their sltlunners at
Daytona e .ach.
NextTuesday Mrs ('ora Powell will
lose her pretty home on (;randview
avenue and will leave for Chattanooga,
Tenn., and later New York City. from
which point she leaves with ,one of
Clark's touring parties for a trip around
the world.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. tCurie of Howard.
and J. F. Ganas and family, of George-
town, and sisters, the Misses Allen, of
DeLand, are occupying Ocean Villa for
the month. 'This pleasant house party
spent last summer in the Coquilna

Mr. and .Mrs. Armnitage, of Umatillo,
friend. of Mr. Collins have taken the
cottage tljiiing ()Ocea-n Vlilla on the
nort h
iev'. j. Nelson Jones of the M. L.
Church South., arrived from Uvilla, (Ga.,
yesterday, and will spend his vacation
with his family at one of the Seawside

Inn cottages.
A marsh mellow roast was i enjoyed on
the beach last Saturday afternoon by a
nunil tr of young people from the aInn.
Miss I.ucile' llihart was them guest of
The Sea.-ide Inn had a lig rush of
business during the week. Seventy-
four guests sat down to dinner Sunday,
and for thie remainder of the luonth the
indications are that the Inn and the
Daytona Beach hotel will break all past
summer records in entertainir g guests.
Attorney Bert Fish and friends, Mr.
and Mrs llargrave and Mrs. J H. Hib
bard. of lheLan spent Sunday at the
The rumor t at Ja. L. Wilcox had
been bitten by rattlesnake was con-
firmed by a re rter in an interview
with Mr. Wil x Sunday afternoon.
The accident happened almost a week
ago, and Mr. Wi cox reports that with
the exception of little soreness of the
muscles he is hin self atsin. lie relates
the incident as f low.: He was down
on the Goodall trail, and was standing
talking to a friend, who chanced upon
him there, anrd hle made a quick move-
ment to kill a mosquito, and suddenly a
snake stuck him from the grass close
by, close to the upper edge of a low
shoe he was wearing, one fang piercing
the leather to the flesh, and the other
merely cutting the leather. Mr. Wil-
cox made three vigorous kicks ht-fore he
could detach the sn-ike, and then
stamped on him with his other foot
He was badly frightened, and started
with all possible speed for the drug
store. Reaching the store he called for
alum and ate a piece about as large as a
hen's egg. He afterwards took turpen-
tine and whiskey in good quantities.
While lie was taking these, internal
douches he lost no time in plying coal
oil to the wound, squeezing out the
virus as best he could. He sat up until
after twelve o'clock that night, expect-
ing to die, but not making a go of it. he
turned in and had a pretty good night's
rest for the remaining hours. Mr. Wil-
cox lays greatest stress on tih efficacy
of the alum as a correction of snake
Mrs Celeste Hinks. the popular man-
ager of the Daytona Beach Hotel, had
the misfortune to have her purse, con-
taining $17.-3i in bills and silver, and
checks to the amount of $74 00 stolen
from her sometime between ix o'clock
Saturday evening and Sunday morning.
The purse she had placed in a handbag.
which was hidden under soime wearing
articles in her private closet, to which,
however, there was open access. Mrs.
links did not discover her loss until tlhr
next morning. She had payment on
the checks stopped.
Rev. Addyman Smith, who, with his
wife, has been enjoying a three we ks'
vacation at one of the Hlarroun apart-
ments, returned home Wednesday.
The Daytona Hand concert and hop
was had at the Keatiing (aino .Monday
evening. A large attendance was out.
H. E. Hires, who is on the lmplice force
at Jacksonville, was visiting relatives in
the village Monday.
In their "'Trip Around the 1World"
the Epworth Leaguers have planned for
something very unique and -nteritain-
ing. All the stations are not yet ar-
iang-l faor. hut tile citc,'uil will lie widely
enough to give a good spin in a;uotli-ll
Iile bu-st-s, ard there u ill 1,e soiimethit"r
novel mit every st:ati,,! rn tr s ;rt ait.

Landscapes of the Dutch Painters of
the Seventeenth Century.
The Dutch painters of the seven-
teenth century were as little concerned
with poetic feeling as with idealism.
They used their eyes and painted what
they saw, but neither their lnmalna-
tlons nor their feelings were touched
While most modern painters Interpret
how the scene has affected theapselveR
the Dutch looked at it as something
entirely outside themselves.
Otherwise the Dutch landscapes pre
sent us pictures of a pleasant work-
aday world or of the quiet evenings
that follow after the labors of the day
-never a hint of disturbance, though
war and rumors of war were constant:
Instead, the perpetual suggestion of
prosperous peace and thrifty comfort.
for they abound with the evidences of
busy humanity. Not only is nature
brought into touch with human life b.
the little figures, so charmingly life
like, which animate the scene, but
everywhere are the results of man's
handiwork seen In little things as well
as big-in the trimly kept fruit trees
of a laborer's garden plot no le.s than
in the handsome facade of a rich
burghdr's town house. There is no
country in the world where the influ
ence of man is so mh-iutely imprinted
upon every foot of ground, and as
these artists were eager to represent
the things they saw no landscapes are
so full of human interest as theirs.-
Charles H. Coffin in St Nicholas

Japanese Self Control.
The Japanese are traiin-d to c-.an -e-.
unhappy feelings and only to pilli.:,
to the world the re-cord of thinl:-
bright and cheerful. it this wLse dis
*ipline of ~elf Laft-adio Hearn giv es a
good instan-e in his "Kokoro:"
"1 had a male servant In the h,,-use
who seemed to me to be the halppiest
of mortals lHe laughed invar;-i;ll,l
when spoken to, looked always delight
ed at work and appeared to know notiht
Ing of the small troubles of life'. ItI
one day 1 peeped at himll wheinl h
thought himself quite alons and his re
laxed face startled me. It was not th..
face I had known. Hard lines ,o,
pain and anger aplpeared in it, is1aikait
it seem twenty years older. 1 c'orighel
quietly to announce my presence, and
at once the face smoothed, softened.
lighted up as if by miracle. It was a
miracle, indeed, of perlwtual and un
selfish control."

a n
A Woman Finds All Her Energy
and Ambition Slipping Away.
D1aytona women know how the ac'hes
and pains that comes when the kidneys
fail maitke life a burden. Backache, hip
paiins, headaches, dizzy spells, distress-
ing urinary troubles, all tell of sic-k kid-
neys and uarn you of the stealthy ap-
proach of diabetes dropsy and Bright'*
disease. I oan's Kidney Pills perina-
nently cure all of thel--e disorders. ihere''
proof of it in a Daytona words:
M rs. S. Mills. Mlatuliastr,.t. IDaytor;a.
Fla., says: "1 ii.ed l)hn'ms Kidney Pills
and iuhave since heeln feeling like a differ-
eaIt woianli. I siifft-.erd greatly fro-al dull
lackiachel. It wa difl-iult for mi.- to
get aliout. Ihet hmois6- amld I Uwas in-
;tile t'o iLin liy proper rest. Thel
kidnerl s, -.r.-tioin eav- *.,.videni-e (f fuilt
' ilth 1y kiln eyvs hy their irr',- lai a..-s
aglt-s ;aiinl flhe-ti 1 I'r-ad -ir i l)oti's Kijhney
Pills. I de;t'iir iilt.i-l ito 2i v" th ill a ri;i l
TVl'n b, s,, nrf pir o.-n .l fr r.. :rin.
illt ,S 'ilnl1 >tIt ,1,1d1 UI.,< th i- 4 )

h e o w U y -

ck Ietu es, one to fonireMA ar
kohits Jily So t1at nstoi'e Um-
ture Moy b6 raduc?)y speAset;A
rml o 6oger needed a estkhedt
ven.edMreseu rejrie oreto assist
lalture ana mntto tapoaft t6e sha)wur.
al ft. wliwhW;fit epej ult;-
% 4.te4y lpOn l pro hou ishmeht,
!?Vwello ts~an r livin kea6f4gy-

ftmamafedaad by Ike
Fie ,Syiai Co. ONLy
O8ConlSe Ry. regmahr price 5O4 per 8~ottle

Determination and Unity of Purpos
Wil Work Wonders.
Once you have chosen your occupa-
tion or profession bold fast thereto
Let nothing allure you from the main
traveled road. Having chosen. bold
like steel. Make everything feed Into
the main current of your life. Even
modest talents, organized and unified
have conquered great distinction and
worldwide success History is fuli
of illustrations of the unifying powet
of a great purpose. Witness the poor
child Hastings looking at a distant
manor house that once bad belonued
to his father. The determination to
win back that estate before he died
lent power and momentum and pro-
duced Lord Hastings. Witness the in-
fluence of purpose upon that little
Scotch boy. out upon a holiday on
the banks of the Clyde. with three
precious coppers as his entire posses
slon. He determined to build a house
on the hilltop overlooking the river
and forty years later moved into the
castle, from which he looked down
upon twenty ocean steamers he had
built Witness the purpose of William
the Silent. filling all the days and
nights for the hero struggling to de-
liver brave little Holland from Spain
Witness Milton's vow to write a poem
that the world would not willingly let
die and who therefore lived an epic
life. Witness Paul's resolution to do
one thing and one thing alone and
who. with that unit purpose. achieved
democracy for all subsequent pieo.let:
and centuries. Aimlessness will make
your life like a sand heap.--Rev. New
ell Dwight Hillls.


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Any leading manufacturer
-an furnish them. If your
ealer cannot supply you
writh to the


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possible improvewt-nt in sc,
bt it takes time and money. We have
been improving flower aid vegetable
seeds for over 50 years. More than 2000
people are working to make Ferry's
Seeds suit you. Buy the best-Perry's.
For sale everywhere.


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+Your eyes are your best friends.
Don't abuse them. Have glasses
properly fitted and relieve that
strain. Neville H. Clark,

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

L H. ROWE & Co., The Jewelers.

SW. Lumpkins made a business
p to Jacksonville Monday.
J. B. Garrison made a business
rito Jacksonville Saturday, re-
ng the following day.
SMessrs. Hutchinson & Brittle last
kpunrcased a horse and surrey
L. G. Lyman to add to their
*Schrafft's Candies,
Young's Pharmacy.
M. Johnson and family, who
now summering in Maine, expect
visit Daytona this fall while on
r way to Cuba.
Sheriff E. L. Smith came over
DeLand Friday afternoon of
week, returning to the county
the following afternoon.
*Dr. Houghton, dentist, west end
th Bridge. Peck block, phone 12.
Mrs. C. H. Stewart arrived from
rne Saturday, accompanied
J4r Miss Oladys and Fletcher, for a
with relatives here and at
.p yonya Beach.
'1^ Willie Wingate, who is in the
Semplov of C. R. M. Sheppard on
North Beach street, recently killed a
five-foot rattlesnake on Grandview
Avenue, Seabreeze. The snake had
thirteen rattles.
*Pearl Grit Artificial Stone Co.
Sells brick at $8 per 1.,40. tf
The Misses Gail and Florence
Moore, who have been enjoying a
Ssix weeks' visit in Connecticut, ar
rived here Friday afternoon of last
Week for a visit with their father,
W. M. Moore and family.
Mrs. Daisy G. Dryer, of the llali-
fax Jpurnal composing force, was
of duty several days this week
owing to illness. Her place was
killed by W. T. Jetton, of Seabreeze,
nephew of Major Britton.
.fiAutomobile tires and inner tubes
| 'vulcanized at Oliver's garage

In a recent letter to her father
from Columbus, Ohio, Mrs. Ira D.
Miller says that Mr. Miller is
Already beginning to talk of the
i fishinghere and she thinks they
Swill likely return to Daytona early
in the fall.
SMajor l'llett has resumed work
on his dwelling house on Bellvue
avenue between Beach street and
Palmetto avenue, the frame of
which he erected some time ago,
and proposes now to finish the
*S or 6 doses "666" will cure any
case of Chills.and Fever. Price 25c.
Rev. Wm. Stones, who, with Mrs.
Ftones, is staying on the beach with
Fred Stones and family, went back
toqTitusville Saturday afternoon to
fll his pulpit in that place Sunday,
rejoining his family on the beach
here Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Messing and
children returned froin DeLand Sat-
itday afternoon, after a pleasant
SviO. Their daughter Bernice had
S ea at DeLand for several weeks.
S )r. Iessing has resumed his duties
t thp postoffice.
tCollars a cents, all style of shirts
ceats, with work left and called
.. -t at Daytona Steam La'indry. tf
Major Abercrombie, of New Snyr-
.s, who had been visiting here for a
week with W. W. and Miss Lilia
Aercrombie, departed Sunday af-
Sterjpon for Columbus, Ga, andl
B iloxi, Miss,, joining Mrs. Abor-
m, W bie at the latter place.
-a. F. M. Davidson and Mrs. C.
3? Browa r ana children are expect-
itomm;lijncinnati, Ohio, today or
rw. They will, in company
.j7i Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Rodgers,

U. J. White, of Dupont, was a
Daytona visitor Monday.
Mrs. Luther Willin, who has been
visiting in Jacksonville, returned
home Monday.
W. J. Bethel, who has has been
at Crescent City for the past month,
returned home last Monday.
The Stetson Law School. See
page two.
The Daytona Cornet Band fur-i
nished the music for the dance at
Keating's Casino Monday night.
II. N. Russell and family came
down from Jacksonville last Mon-
day for a couple of weeks visit with
relatives here.
Rexall Remedies,
Young's Pharmacy.
B. J. Pacetti, warden of the gov-
ernment reservation at Mosquito In-
let, was a Daytona visitor the fore-
part of the week.
Mrs. M. A. Norwood, of Ocala, has
been visiting during the past week
with her sister, Mrs. B. H. William-
son and children on Loomis avenue.
R. D. Reynolds, formerly a resi-
dent and property owner of this
city, but now residing in Jackson-
ville, was in Daytona the forepart
of the week coming down Monday
You save $2 per M by using home
brick. Pearl Grit Artificial Stone Co,
tf Seabieeze, Fla.
J. C. Green, of Dania, came up
from that place Monday to close a
contract with Hutchinson & Brittle
for some thirty carloads of stable
compost to be shipped to Dania for
fertilizing tomatoes the coming
fall and winter.
There was a low rate excursion
from Jacksonville by the regular
train Monday returning Tuesday.
The crowd consisted of a small
number of whites and several hun-
dred negroes accompanied by the
usual brass band and ball team.

Face Creams and toilet articles
for your vacation.
Young's Pharmacy.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Simonds ar-
rived from Jacksonville the forepart
of the week for a- visit with relatives
and friends. Mr. Simonds is en-
j >ying a two weeks' vacation from
his post of duty in the H. and. W.
B. Drew Company offices at Jack-

Don't fail to attend the ball
between the fats and leans
Thursday afternoon


LI Is~iJ~

County School Superintendent A.
O. Botts was over from DeLand
Tuesday, and in company with
Chairman Geo. F. Crouch, of the
County School board, made a trip to
the Spruce Creek section, looking
after school matters.
*Guavas cheap, write for price.
E. Charles Giffurd, Vero, Fla. 12 5
A letter received from George H
Munroe, of Joliet, Ill., states that
they have had a delightful summer
so far in their Illinois home, and
that they expect to start for Day-
tona a month earlier than usual
reaching here some time in October.
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. White, who
have been visiting with the latter's
mother, Mrs. Alice Gwinner, on
Magnolia avenue, departed Monday

onvllemorning on a cruise down the river,

Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Hazel, of West expecting to locate at some point,
Palm Beach, arrived Friday after- possibly Titusville, or it might be
noon of last week for a visit with still further mth.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cameron on i Send for bulletin, Stetson Nor-
Daytona street. Mrs. Camneron antd ial School, Deland, Fla.
Mrs. Hazel are sisters. Mr. Hazel Eriest F. Curtis, to the delight
is engineer of the electric light and of his relatives and friends, succeed-
ice plant at West Palm Beach. ed in having his leave of absence ex-
"Try the Pearl Grit Pressed brick. tended, so that he could remain
Cr. of Pine and Earl Sts., here through most of this week. He
tf Seabreeze, Fla. departed yesterday on his return to

The second ball game last week
between Ocala and Daytona resulted-
like the first one in defeat for the
home team. It could hardly be ex-
pected otherwise, however, when the
Daytona boys, who scarcely have
any team practice at all, must meet
these thoroughly practiced outside
t 3111s.

*Plank's Chill Tonic for Malaria,
chills, fever, cold andi lagrippe. 24~c
guaranteed. All druggista 2-1 l

The Australian oak, or bottle-
brush trees in bloom in several of
the lots about the city, present a
very attractive appearance, at pres-
ent, with their handsome clusters of
small red blossoms. One especially
full of bloom is to be seen in the
rear of the E. D. W. Rose residence,
corner Magnolia and Palmetto av-

Norfolk, Va., where he is attached
to the 1-. S. S. Frankin.
New plate glass was this week
pnt in the show windows of the
Charles E. Gardiner Company
to replace the old ones which were
cracked. The glass was ordered
through the Gruber-Morris Hard-
ware Company, and was put in
place by Contractor Jacob Espedahl.
VPhone 28 will call for your clean
ing and pressing. 0. S Burnett.tf
The male quartette of the Baptist
church sang at the service of that
church Sunday night and the pastor,
Rev. A. L. Abercrombie, preached a
very interesting sermon, reinforcing
his theme by the drawing of a cross
surmounted by a house, illustrative
of the Christian's edifice being
erected upon a rock whose founda-
tion was everlasting.

enues. 'Tis said that the bridge compan-
eS or 6 d s"6" il ies have inaugurated the long look-
5 or 6 d s "666" will cure any ed for interchangeable ticket sys-
ca of Chills and Fever. Price te to be operative on the three
45mos bridges at Daytona and the one at
S l Port Orange. This system will as-
Several gentlemen one l;v last! in allavin the
S a n aiet vra-v materially in allaving the



Fishermen Up and Down the Coast Fats Too Much for the Leans and

Will Now Understand Why
Fish Are Scarce.
Most people are conversant with
the fact that nearly all the northern
industries are in the hands of a gi-
gantic trust, that octopus-like
reaches out its tenacles and gathers

Beat Them by a Score of
Seven to Five.
The much talked of game between
the Fats and Leans came off Thurs-
day afternoon and despite the
stormy weather was witnessed by a
big crowd. Both sides had secretly

Chas. S Harris, Geo. F. Smith
and L. Z. Burdick are doing jury
duty at DeLand this week.
L. G. Lyman has about comple-
ted the addition to his recently pur-
chased property on Orange avenue.
Mrs. Charles Gaylor, who has
been visiting friends in New York,
returned the fore part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Brown and
son, and A. C. Bunker, of DeLand,
drove over Sunday in Mr. Brown's
Mrs. Wm. Ball and daughter,
Louise, of Jacksonville, were the
guests of Daytona friends Monday
and Tuesday.
Mrs. B. P. Smith and daughter,
Miss Maggie Morgan, have returned
from a few weeks vacation spent in
the mountains of North Carolina.
N. H. Clark, Optometrist, is in-
stalling machinery for grinding
lenses, and when completed will
have the only plant in the State out-
side of Jacksonville, Pensacola and
Tampa equipped for this class of
T. E. Fitzgerald and familyare en-
joying the cool mountain breezes At
Asheville, N. C. A letter received
some days ago stated that the th-
er there was about as it was bie in
the winter. They expect to be
home about Sept. 8th.
fHave you tried Carnation Milk?
10 oz. can for 10 cents at Our Store,
A letter received from F. D.
Spring, the Mayor of Ivy Lane,
states that he is now at Ft. Plain,
New York, and enjoying life highly.
Chris Gougherty spent some. time at
Victor and he also is enjoying life
in the North.

pano. The fish were fine, as fine
as were ever taken froni the
briney deep, for the writer was
treated to a liberal supply of them
fresh from the water.
Other fishermen in the hlality
are now looking like the proverbial
thirty cents.



Pin Your Faith to Local Dealers.
Do Not Be Fooled With Flow-
ery Descriptions.
The article in the Gazette-News
of a week or more ago concerning
land sharks who have seized hold of
a goodly prtion of the lands in the
State, met with a responsive chord
from all sides. Many of the State
papers are calling attention to the
matter and urging prospective pur-
chasers to first consult with some
local real estate dealer or some one
who is in a position to know the
quality of the land eiing exploited.

a double play. This swelled him
up so that he was obliged to retire
amid the plaudits of the crowd.
Dr. Van Valzah as short stop
could stop every ball that came his
way, but had to have a search war-
rant to find the ball after he got it
Henry Schmidt in the field made
a daring attempt to get a high fly
but he ran so fast that when he got
stopped he was about two hundred
feet beyond the ball.
For the Leans. Dr. Bohannon
started on first, but went into the
box to relieve Fred Conrad. The
latter gentleman taking his place
on first, where he made several bril-
liant plays. A representative of
one of the great leagues present
offered Mr. Cnrad a contract for
next season but his business would
not allow him to sign.
E. F. Oates played second bril-
liantly for a while until he thought
of the pompano he was missing,
then he quit and Eric Mills took his
place. J. W. Fulgham at third
succeeded in going through the
game with only fourteen errors to
his credit, which is considered a re-
miarkable recordnl Ired Niver laled

If this were done, or a representa-. .a gathered in te balls a
Se o l short and gathered in the balls as
tive sent here to look over the .
gracefully as he gathers in the coin
ground before a location was made, a t b .
much trouble would be avoided and at the bank.
much trouble ou b e nd he Leans were unable to win,
a greater part of the dlis.itisfaction because they claim that the Fat
because they claim that the Fats
that is bound to ,ome could he .
that is ound tco e run in so much fresh material and
wore theimout.
There is plenty of good lani. here HI. Gove made an excellent
for all, but first he sure vou are umpire and gave very general satis
buying good laud. Any real estate faction to both sides.
dealer in Daytona, or for that matter E. T. Conrad as captain of the
in any place will tell the truth Fats and E. F. Oates for the Leans
about the land he lias to offer, but showed themselves made of the
the ousider who is (iut for the sale right stuff for base ball magnates
alone is likely to highly color his and no doubt will he heard from
description and make is mislneai ling- later.

Frank C. Boylstnu, of the Atlan-
tic Coast Line passenger depart-
ment, Jacksonville, was a Daytona
visitor yesterday,

Mrs. Fay Cartright. who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. W. M. Ilan-
kins, at this place some weeks, re-
turned to her home at Bartow Sun-

Miss Dorothy Dean, laughter of
Editor Dean of the Miami MAetrop-
olis, arrived in Dayvtna Sundav for
a visit with Mr. and Mrs. II. S.

Seagrave Sams, of (ourtnyv. was
a Daytona visitor Monday while
enroute from Tampa wlvcre he had
been attending a meeting of the
orange growers assot-iatioi.

The Daytona Band have fx e I on
the evening of Wtlesdavy. Auig.
S1th as the date for the minstrel
performance to ie give-n by tihe
band. Nightly rehearsals ;arc nw
heinp, helix :andl v.-Vrv i:Irt is .i1'lmi ,lt

The Fats have now challenged the
the Leans for another game to be
played next Thursday, the 19th, at
which time the leans declare they
will have the game if they have to
walk over the corpse of every "Fat"
on the team.

Council Proceedings.

Council met in regular session
Monday evening, August 9th.
Bills to the amount of $25 U'8
were read and ordered paid.
communication n from Benford
Deacou regarding unsanitary sewers
was referred to Sauitary Coummittee.
A communication from A. J.
Wilder with bill attached for dam-
ages resulting from auto skidding
by reason of bad condition of water
line read and referred to water
works board.
Report of city physician for July
was read and ordered filed.
The Sanitary Inspector was in
structed to make a tour of the city
and try and collect zwme delinuolent
sanitary bills.
An onrinaince regulatinii closets



in the small producers and merges practiced and considered themselves
them into a monster company or in the pink of condition and each
corporation that fixes the price of side was confident of their ability to
both the raw and finished products. win.
Few people, however, know that At 4:15 Umpire S. H. Gove called
right here on the East Coast we time and the slaughter started.
have a trust that bids fair to swal- Oswald Wehner and Bert Thomp-
low all the lesser companies who son were in the points for the Fats
may be operating along the coast. while the twirling and catching for
We refer to the fishing industry the Leans was looked after by Fred
and the firm of Titus & Oates. These Conrad and E. F. Oates, but owing
two gentlemen, H. T. Titus and E. to the swiftness of Mr. Conrad's
F. Oates, have combined, formed a curves and the inability of the
trust as it were, and are doing batters to find him, or the catcher to
about all the fishing that is beink hold him, they were retired after a
done in East Coast waters. They few innings and Eric Mills and Dr.
have constructed a .250 -foot seine C. C. Bohannon took their places.
and unless something is dlne they M. B. Church, for the Fats, held
will depopulate the waters of tie down the second bag in great shape.
Atlantic Ocean. Presiding Elder Porter made several
Tuesday morning they went out sens tional catches. Herman Dohm
as a little exercise before breakfast third made a grand stand play by
and captured sixty pounlis of porm- catching a thrown ball and making




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Special attention to diseases of the
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floor west of P. 0., telephone 82.
Oclle hours 9a. m. to 9 p. m.

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Daytma's lasemperae Ocesa Beach.
One of Daytona s 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. Op 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 Picid. Pelucld H iax River.
Where think you is water with more
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta-
tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-
randa's looking out upon her bosom,
gamey food fishes in countless numbers
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
which sit about as if for the sport of
bobbing upon her waves; watch that
lubberly old white headed pelican pgiceh
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk strag-
gling upward with his floundering load
She snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick and
span, their hampers and lockers bulging
with refreshments both solid an i liquid,
ready for a cruise 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 modem wonders.
The E.achantingly Picturesque Ridgewood.
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 ahead down
this white shell street one has the im-
pression of a fairy path with elfiah 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.
Surpassing Beauty ot Our 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 hail 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 of
another so (10 our homes differ in out-
ward appearance and structural beauty
from one another. There are no monoto-
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings
but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps
the mind wondering "What next?"
Streets and Pavhments the Most id aBet.
Why the Architect of the Universe
chose to give to Daytona the moat ad-
mirable, the most picturesque natural
setting of all the cities of the South is
not revealed but that such is a fact
must IWe apparent to the most superficial
observer. With such lavish wealth of
natural leaut-y it became an easy thing
for the hand of man to give the little
finishing touches which have brought
out the colors and outlines of the big
Man did all this in the laying out of
the streets with their wide margins of
package, the entire city becomes a
great park
Andl as for pavements, pavements
that look and act like granite,-where
el-w l-tween, the eastern and western
seas are-so many miles in proportion td
inhabitants? Till some unheard-of
place -ports more and better, Daytona
throwea down thengauntlet to the world.
Squirrels, lwers. Birds and Fruits.
Whatever one's shortcomings and
howeverindillerent or eve callous one
may lb to many things, the mere men-
tion of "'squirrels and flowers, birds and
ruits" will send a thrill that is reflected
in iliastended pupils and pricked ears.
For every visitor with a spare "gooe
ber" there is a bunny ready to come oul
and accept your gift. He will sit bolt
upright and'gnaw into thie meat. casting
furtive, saucy glances at you meanwhile.
Flowers'! usually fresh and blooming
the year 'round. In one yard roses of
variaigatedl .es predominate, another
has a penchant for the poinsettia and
the premises are aflame; another is hid-
den in, a jungle of tall cane.
The birds flit in, and with their joyous
notes help to give fullness and symme-
try to the picture.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, Day-
tona yields the palm to none for quality
and quantity per acre. There are score@
of citrus groves in proximity to the city
branches bending to the earth with their
burdens of luscious golden globes.
The Fastest Autos And The Fieust Out.

i the Anglo-Saxon tothgare. The old 11M.'oe. ......... .t .6. Hlsk or ... is 2sam .....s.....N. o .I a, a No. 1,1 lail v .... ouam
name was picktooth. It was imported tisa Emier-on .Iot. asand :, ....... .i 1 7 N tie o Fial Discharge. a im ... ... e. l. i .. ....... I ni ....... ... si a
by travelers from Italy and France, M t I...h.kso .lot .a ** .. .., .-'l :1 N,.tl in h lrl. givih t hin l ah ulin- ei It 1 m N,,. 1 il ... I............ pm
and the using of It was lIong deemed i a'd -. ** ..1i.- 1 7: rt Adui .lrultor withll ti e will ain. w ln oil 4 10 pin ..........No. 10, alt ..... ,1, .. 1. it a ly. p
.. .- -Jthe-est.tte- of rat-ct. A. Wartiw-ll waill l(nilh.- 5 15 pin .......... 4. "1:- i .. ......... al6 15 pm
f an affected mark of rgentility It was it ll, t3 uig. e.lotst o f l altd It O 14 1 f 1 -tilaof.ur rac A. Wardwein l wit on 1 pin .........N I .. pm
worn as a trophy lu the hut. anid Sir atioruOrlh ts ft of .. .. .. .........i t l1ioa litn -ieci t t h, il ,rain a '.in S ... ....... ...... ..... .
Thomas Overbury desc'riltes a courfltr. Ad In-ker......lot 18. blk ?, V E..ck l ksoui ol tl..i ,1) I l omn tVt el ; in- Fle it.ai 't-I, l tl Shi-N iTI iRAMn- --
the pink of fashion, "with a liicktotlh l.h Z .ild n -s. .......slots iali.d 11Iik I, l idt i' u. lid i ul t "' 7 vut r.. nla nk lt th- alic :ll .. Lave It. EAiT PAL. A 1, -T
In his hat." Bishop Earle says of an ('hlt .tte dward.w r..lot7.talk I. ('lark'-saNula of 1 iL; and Ilat [lt- it- .tcli arn n s a. rr llka ; .SAN M ..I- A., *.. ,. IAIeTo trrhika
idle gallant, "His picktoi-thl bears a Martln A. .hhueon. l ....htot 11, (k l. .. -H 4 s 1. Tli'- .Ill sltha. I.I. 44t
3 E".)I K lilMY B. WA-'iIWI I
Great part in his discourse.- cid etF'Ilows Hall..... '.st i--' lot 1r k 2i 'larlk.u of Ador u I t w l so am -....... N .,' (' : ',, .. :, .'. .! i \ ..... 3N .. .. l.aill X ;:
4. -. uIl lird.. ...... ..w.st 1-2 f.-a.t 1-2of l ot lat. Popp-l si (il 1 2 n ........ N > ....7 I..... .......
A Flower of Many Names. luoth l-1of north 1-2 of ....... 4 1 i No S- .I7- ..- u. N -
One of the most cheerful flowers in .1.. '-,1,oit............. outh-ft of a f tflotl I.n .t1:dinonfson', i OCEAN VILLA so. )al y o. i a ... a I ANC
the old gardens was the hapy faced or or .. .. .... ,... ...... ......... 4 -41 Mrs. .. A tt. Ma r. .
th1, oe w h h y a h.......Mrs .. W............o it 'a eg e .5 e.v
little pansy that under various fanciful lso n... .eastii or Itof w io ft o an2 17.. ft M lo.t I k I d- 'oMer. .. 46 A i tt :Mr .. .. '. '-
t olk nam es has ever t eu leve d. Its N irin .. N.-I.son. .-O w 5o Itu i l t 1. d u t oil ui F o iig the. Atlrtnti-ofn.)a l e:.tq......... .. ,o:.e ,w! 0 :
Stalian name means Idle thoughts; the o -oauth I1-rOf ......... .....J.. i. I 7t; argue the At ro Moderli n Oen Ion a s i

f Drayton named It ri'artsease. Ir. e W1asn .st i .4rt aorth o -
r Pror gives these ntmnest Herb trinity,. .M.'. ...k .... ... ei....... ..eit. paa.... es. -- Co..c.. o .......... _. .b .. .. v .C--
Ithree faces under a -od. fancy famy, -. 'aPn,-- ...t ii> -- -- r 1 | LOW TIDES on the BEACH --- -
.kiss me, pull 1se, cuddle me unto v-., ia k Hsrt .ot 1.. k ** ** -. I .s ; .E -- v e ea lo a bu -it -Arsus3,n tri a. r e". ei. -"p .i, ..ear d Sai.,,, d. .. -.e
tickle my fancy, kiss me ere I rise e .I. e .tctk 14" .. I *l Dtl 2l A. .. I !T to be held | ffclereepo arnere for iney s -.r -, a ... s... .. s. ms,: ,. f ihirfhom. .
s jump up and kiss mue, kiss me at th@ .'" s lot 4. blk's I Meath O COPf OFTHE LOCAL CeLt- < niI <.n aetn.b INilk l LI.I-N *si i. I. i garden gate, pink of t. Joan. To .4cie es.iann... ,or ., blk. .. -.1..I.... ..! ilt ....12 -. iies.o I i 41. D. RAHNE.Geeral aN r Atc, ST. A.GsiN-. ORiUA
these let' me add the New n, glaud .. i.lut. .i a n.. .i. In t t7. tlk 4. .. .. -. ... :2 ...... 2.3t... J...30
folk names: calle irdsve, rdlen gate, il. .i.ks t.,ot 1. I. hlt>k I 4- "5 .. :- I i n 11 3.24 421... i
- Johnny-jm m p -up, kit run about, none lt. so pretty and ladte ines' dliht. All these r in. I,.... ... ....xl t 3 t .te .L-Mh -.t...l a. O.f I .. 4i- 4: i i
S thesetfy to th e affer t..hate and intimate l n nti 7 lk1. "" --t. -' tn.t ...---e ". !-:a3-K..... 3:- .... 47 ...I
friendship felt for this laugh ng and e -.. i ... ?I.u6k ub h- ... ... .... 5:2 ... ... 3 ... ... : T...".. .... .- -vh
r t kly n ya n cy little garden face, not Ie L h.Ite'n nai -lt, 12 .. lk... .. .l......... ...; O a
ob uthe least of whose i undearhitg ,uaitoes .4p2. m i.s t, 0 --e ec t. ....I ........... -IM A ) t :4: 11 .... 1;... _
was that after ae half warnm. anowi P. tilit en i .. ,12:41, 1.. .. 921...11:01 11:- I...

melting week In January and Febru- 'i.il tii.wt!iinker ,als i nt of ... ......._11:.2- 54 _...12:1... G),...5

S A DREAM STORY. b Talb. A B.d H el t f .e. I ..
St TYou'll note the mam who talks toe A gentleman as m nro d gal Notces
The art Vision Thf L ady Vernon. much is always working rnd. He straa golf course with a local cd- W
Life o f Lady Vernon ld never seems to bold th Job which die. sod after playtig part of the way I 0Kum us
The followfy g dream story b tAguotl some one else has found for him be- be pointed to a rather high wall and
TQhe Story of My Life," by Augustus cause be' bound to keep is toge Inquired. in there a ole over there" First pub. Aug.7: last pub: 'pt.. % #
L O. Hare. The story was told to Mr. upon the waX and spend his boas' pre- Yea. sir." replied the caddie solema- Notice.
Harein BRome In 1870: cloas time In alf bouquets and braE. ly; there's the cemetery over there in County wigne -ourt.
Lady Vernon dreamed that she saw He stays until his story's told and Don't put yourself into a bole there int'uiattro -stat of Flridas .
the butler, with a knife In one hand then told once again. and by this time It you can help t.-LandonIScrape. G ard. deens. o Now that the rush of the winter season m sueow ft y
Notice is hereby given to all erdltorn,
and a candle In the other, crossing the the bos' ear to overfull of pain, sd -- -gatees.and all persons having any de- Stationery? The Gazette-New i paee
entrance ball, and she awoke with a he is told to take bhi grip. although the His TransformatioL. stands against the e tate of Frans G. G od-thfis work at
great start. After awhile she com-- boas feels sad. because he's lost h Little Harold, aged six. felt very I undersigned within the time prescribed by
posed herself to sleep agin. and she, other grip upon the job be bad. And roi when bhe donned his Irst pair aw. or he sa.. e will e burred. your next orr.
dreamed-abe dreamed that she sa w yet he never, never ears. but talks of trousers. Taking his three-year-old I xecutrixU with the Will Anuexed. g i
th butler, with a knife in one hand his job away. because the babit's brother behind thedoor. be was over- I --FirtPuJuly:t pu pt.
and a candle in the other, on the mid- grown on him that be must have his beard to say. "Willie. Willie. do you IFirsPub. Julyn 4:list pub. Tept. 11.)
dle of the staircase, and she awoke say. And so he talks until he dies. up remember wm r-De-leator. Notice to Non-Resident. W ou dn't It M ak
with a great shock. She got up. She to his waning breath: he's talked his in the-Circutt court. .v- W o ulU
thought she could not be quite well. chances all away and talked himself to All to not ftale which at seem a nd thor lcusa ut

last she fell asleep again, and she;. T. A.nidNr, CHANC Y. Y ou M ad
dreamed-she dreamed that she sawl Vr
the butler, with a knife in one hand' N O TIS Benjahin nMason, individ-
and a candle In the others. staninlig at NT u-i. and .a ImrusterI. oAs
[ INOTICE. alter youWhadlcarefully searched and
her bedroom door. and she awoke in a a ne l. irea answe :. dearly paid for canned goods sup-
great terror, and shit jumped out of tr Thuruan. arand J. olt. dearly paid for canned goods sup-
bed, and she said. "-11I have an end of Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at individually, ad as Assig- posed to be the best. to find upon
this; I'll have an end of these foolish public auction on the SIX rH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A. D:, 190Q, in the City sutton and .u8. WV m OpEning the that they proved to be 3
Imaginations And she rushed tothe of Daytona. Florida, or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount! dllot he rsa clai- o nar and inferior quality; or
door. and she threw tie door wide tors. etsor or assigns Of ordinary and infeurior -quality or
open. And there at the d<.Kor stood the due for taxes, herein set opposite to the same. together with th.- cost of such sale r ny of the fore-going
butler, with a knife in one hand aand and advertising. T wiim .if nrswi. lra L. ars- a bag.
a candle in the other. And when he Grace Thurmn and R. Tura.anned oodsyo doiton
suddenly saw Lady Vernon In her o, .ou utton...uttou ad id S i- When buying canned goods you dore t t et a
white nightdress. wilh her hairstream NAME l DESCRIPTION OF LAND Ti AoUln i:1 oToh .irain}e ptrtouactuti -o s See i de o ne a, f t a
.dwn he lasi. hw as so dra-M U t\ h,.lrs, aanintt.-trratters, exe-t-uior or zi.oigusr '
g down her ak. he. was so dread- of ainy of thei foregoing l-r' m s. brand.
ully frightened that he dropped the Youare hereby required tuo appear to the C
fllly frightened thnat he dropped the Ma.t,. M.. .-.. ......... st..... a ft l tof north 1-2 o .. .. ....... i I 1! A->. Bill oftonplaint filed he-re-in nainst you in 66
candle on the floor and rushed off .. P. Tuir-er ... ..... lot 4, Thompson's rtuh of part folk 4 3 91 the above entitiltd cause- on or b.-fore tie*
down the staircase and off to the sta- Elmer liver .............lot t, Bank sub of part blk 4 .:-1. ..... o tLot tobe'r, A. hIr.. v 'ROYAL
bles. where there was a horse ready Manrv A. Kon.-rs .........east i:f ft of. ....... ...... .. 5 o1 I1 1. d-.sgat-d as the-newspit|t-r in which thi" (bs VARIETIES AND STYLES IN GLASS AND TINS)1
saddled and bridled, on which he A..1. Hut-hioni ....... north.) tt of east is tor .. ... i~ orr shall i pulilsh-d one. ite-k
meant to have ridden away when he .I. I-I -laiey...............we est1-2 of oith I-2 of.... f.re..i.t o-com.-,-utiv,. we-,k-.
had murdered Lady Vernon And he .. .. .... .... ....... 1 ty .uhandA.nd of oi his the IS standard, and the Fish, Fruits and Vegetables a
o wd without han urderedlorrn I. I ........ northI- oreastwft o AL t. that brand are all guaranteed to be the finest the
her at all, and he was never heard of K. lIlainhamin.. .........north Ik ft of east 1: ft of Fitt &our mpleircutCourt. thatbrand are A g u arant o bete n I
rode away without htVing aniu!dered a-!.noiet Joliinnn ................................................t, 7 elI Vtiter-ihlo r ~t aipe,-s.l4ait.bt
her Lt ag. and he was never heard of .... rtb.tof.a.t..o I 7 oli,-itors. or'omphiiia,. You never run a chance of getting a pig in a bag whemt
again. .l. s. Morcanl .. .. lot. 1. hlk 2. Porter's sun of 4 4 4 -
-.car Iett .......... ots .. .,. ;,.. 6,7. hi ...k .e '.. .,.u>uor Bids for Building Public School. you buy ROYAL SCARLET."
THERE W AS NO ACCIDENT. ... .... .......... ...... ...... a eteatied proposals for rurnishlitg material
THERE W AS NO ACCIDENT. I.. tot a., ,lk 2, :ickt Pellett'. su-iot w -3 of. .6 25and lahor for the ere-tion conplehte of a FOR SALE BY |
~h\*ierittin .lot 6. lkt FT Peck% s .... .. I :. 1 7 brick or concrete Public Mr khool builin iat
And the Message She Received We Nell' rittin ... Iot 6. hlk2, F. T. Peck's ut of ..... .1 I3 lDaytona. Florida., will twe receive-d by the
ilhallAnd th Meae Sh Recevd Wa li Thoinp.aon ...lot- 46to11,. ik-.('.EJatckuon's Sui of:.i. a ; Tru.st4ee.of maid schooll up toAugust 16th. / A
Not a Practical Joke. Norn V. Hins.........lots 11 to 1.iblk.. K.Jt-k.ni'. -,subo of3. 4. .i : .t l.I. at 7 oclo.k p. in., at whit-h time the L G LUY i A
She was reclining In a low chair in I. I t ..........of ...... uh of1 it ock la. oalemn an...... ....... I .all i .i city opned in the'i .Le G *L*
the drawing room. thinking about her Reieewcn Johnson........ .uhof Is Block .1a. Coleians. ..... i i Planu., specilcations ind iank forus o
dear Willie. who had been legally her a Iichn rdsonu. ........ sub ofr 1 Block 3 a. Cole-m s ............ 12 prol will urntih on applicwntlio Ofirsieidnini
property for the space of three months. .LW. -Inivl. ............u. of IS Block 3a. h &konnia a .. i dpsit or ten dolltrswill requir- v DAYTONA BEACH HOTEL
when a telegram arrived for iher. Hur- Axl wi ............csubofIBloi.3a. comau. .. ...... '. 4 hin which will be refunledi on returin of i 1 TINAI
riedly tearing open the envelope, she J". W. WilkintIon.......ub of 1I4 Block 3 a, 'oleulaus...... 4 plans nt. o p t of thspe catios.
s d c t ef hel a2.. tC.A -certified c-heck for two per ciunt of the-
scanned the contents. then fell back gI ruty 175 ft of o as............. I ainoutt lid will i, required to accot-mpany Mrs. Celeste Hinks, Proprietress, Daytona Beach, Fla.
annea Hue coenigh e.. Ariistrong ..w ft of &olemhan .. 4 :i :r tise h ids, the s am awing ade payable to
In a swoon. The message was from terwrt< Taylor ..........Colenan ........................... a theory erlortheTrustees of th yto Are you going to spnd the situnier on the beach Then why ot
her brother In the city and read: tieo 'W. Lewis-............Colemnans e ...................... ......... a : i cesrut bidder will eter iuto ontus for the -r ) to> ti1 Davtona I ea-h Hotel l.
Will run over today GEORGE. William .ones ........... t'ole an.1 .................... ... s, 7 t 1 completion of the work. the amaue to iw re- MOD
Her maid at last restored her to con- lohn st-tewnrt l1 1i Rogers ub part of itik ;s........ to In'. turnedto nuu esfl bidder as qu
selousness. Her Willie run over! She sale .......... ....Lot I and 2 and east Ift of we-st it ft alil te Trut.e-.s re.-rve tile right to r.-iject ***iGl mi wiom "own" W -
could not grasp the full significance lht u. and e X2 lot II. 12. hik 2. Rogers sub pt itM a3 .11 any or all bilds. -- -- -_-- -.- -
of It One thing she would do-go to M.ar 4. St'wtrt ....... .it4. i5, tnd east 10 ft lot ait, andJ west 1-! M. .IACK4 'N. ncrrtary. C Z, 10."e:
him at once So she hastily attired lot l. hlk1. Rogevrssub of pt lkpika. -_ 4Z _W^I
herself and at length reached her 0. n'ona...on..o. Roger.. ubof ika a.... .....lot in. .,11. 21 :o ;. Bond Sale. A. D. ncBRIDE J. B. CONRAD F.N.ONRA
erse a leng reace er n A. t.In ...... .Ludwig su o pt lot I Inlk 3.............. 5 w ThiB.mrd of i ho6lTrustei.s of rthe City A pDrde nI VicePres CaNer
brother's office, who, having sent the Heni Holton....... ** ., ,, o avytoina. Florida. will r.eive s ale-td pro.
news, would be able to tell her all .Jo-'i.- oo.nun.. .. w-st 2ft of northt.it...... ........... 1 4 al until August 14th. ,. at a p. n..
about It. 4'. .M. Blnghiian. Mr Ltdwig sUh of pt I talk :; ............ t nt iiterrst amn.ynbtr aUlttnuall, AS 1
"How Is he. and where have they K. Ros.e Hanrden..........Rhaint. iul of .......... ...... ...t.... t i i Fu orlatiunU will i- give uu inppli- aEpCA N T
taken him?" Kva '.Hartwe'l........ ... ,uth i-s of w i. t o e to ft of..... d ... r ... J?1 2 c attio torW in. Jackni. -cretary. lny-
Her brother stared at her stupidly. tort o ........ ...... ..... ..... ;l 1 2 Alliids at lie in arke "Bids for P .' Capital Stck.............................. 50,000
"O h, d o n 't keep m e In su sp eta st T ell M ary A R og ,ers.......... .n o rth s5 ft or lot ..... ........... 7." ,- -,Sin d a coln pa mniet b1- C as i .-rs or c- .rtiflf-re d ,C a p l uS ,il to k r ..t. .,. .5
me wh. le. L'owatn li'. south lo frt orf i orth so ft. P .. .-.... che k for i per ct, t. fae Surplus iand Prontits .................................... 55,165
MWwhetre who h I. "K .k. R. lH-nisout ... .. ........ ... .... .. ..... 1,4 ; ; .7 I pur<-bas. pric- It f aieepto. or returrned it
"Where wo Is .uL ty .. ..... .south 35 ft oftlot3 and north -lott k r price a or rturd Four per cent interest paid oi .Savings accounts and Time Cer-
"Why, Willie." T .e right is resg-r-,4 to r.-je t aniy andii aill
Wh .W I prme. I haen't \oWeaveru o ............ .... lt, Ia5 1 7 bids. WV.jIAt'KsOX. tifitates of [Deposit. No nitie required for withdrawals.
"At his office. I presume. I haven't i... I.. Ro .t ... lots ,. blk 1. Weavers sub of ........ Il,.-) 4 4t 'e-cretary Board ofr S-hool Trustees.
seen him today." da Willia ms...t 1o i. ........... ,<-- .1ta Ds Daytona, ria., July I,. im. .nv- Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.
"Then what does this mean? Isn't U. Jackson........... iot l2of Wavaer'ssubof................i...), a5
he run over? Is this one of your silly U.H. t'oolnnu. ... .....lot I, blk S. Weaver's subot ................lo .15 4 ir'st prib. May 12. ic. ilt
jokel. Je.r, Harri.. .........lots 2and Weave-r's sub of............. .t.o- i 1 Administrator's Notice.
George took the telegram from I&m sK''le .e1ine.- ...... ........lots and a. Weaver's sub of..... ....IU, 1 1 ;N 2 1 1 .
el i Msda own r then e chas. Prhi.. .-........... .lot 14. A. MnithsUb of a 2-3of ......... It 52 i All pet-rsous having any claium l-Ahats.,vcr -
m g hen M. LylM............L........ylttotl1 blk4.ali'-suboof-1 -4of.......j .14 -l afaaistthet-stuteof lis M. Vining, late F OA EAST OA T
edhis Itwasag i'ofruout, volusi vontty, lorida, ar FLORDA EAST COAST RWAY
With laughter...t........... .r.W..l..............tlot bkLWallub of w1-Sof%........1. i 1 leh-re-b-inotifledutoflit- tlhe-Ir ace-oumitswth
time beteft be could convince her that w.H. pictett......... lot9, hlki1, Wail'%s4ubofw1- of ....... I.a, 1 1- the uide-rrsignud within six luoiuthe from nt F V n I
this simple Intimation that be would t.Htevens .................. lot, blk 1, Wall'ssub of w1-3 of. 1.13.14 i 1 date, or the saine'witll le bairre-d according
ran over and pay her a visit was not a Ro t. williums ...........lots &. bik I. ais sub of -t of i. ,4 to AM V N. IOCAL TIM CARD No. 79. Effective June 17,
detestable and practical Jeke.-Pear- Mit-hin- Jones.........lot .'I ik I, wall's sub of w 1-3of .. ... a. I 52 w 4. ated -t roUd. l'la., My yit., itw. No. a5 No-. N.. 7-s No. 2 "
son's Weekly. Mahlom Teagne.......... lot si blk 1. Wall's sum of w 1-3 o .....12. 1.. 1 2 3 I.n -- DAILY DAILY MAIN LINE DAIIY DAIA.LY
;rove-r Taylor.... ....... .lolt 6, lk 2. W ll sul of w l-. of. .....I., 14 52 l > Fi'rsut putl. July 17; ltust puh. lIec. l0.i 400 m p 0 a n Lv Jacks tile .r 7 :11 in :o an
Toothpicks. I.ulu Thoipson.- ........lots .. 34, blk ., Wall sisu w i-.of..i..l.i.3.14. 7 Notice of Application for Final pms tO 5 nIa k Lv -t.. -ie .r ; ,, ;'an 7 :.
The employment of toothpicks IS h' as. o'Neal .. .... lot. 5. hik 3. Wall suhw l-.satof.._. l:. 1-,,14 l 7.D1 hIg St > pm I ann Lv Eat ,lra.t l .tipa 8 usi l am ffet P.ror
I..very.antllent. In rotes itor of .rishy .......ot bk Wall subw -.1or ... ..3. 1 1 Discharge. 1mi i p I pn l :. y a ;I I-J; am : ru.tmcn Brnret PIrlor Aa rins
very ancient. In (,rote's "'lttory of J ih Hi. TU.tum........ .lolt b.llk u. Wall sub w 1-t1f.11, 1I. 1 r14 1 12 Notice n- he-reby given that si .uninitlhs 8 pm 2 3te pilm Lv Ne. n.' i. I..r pm :l 10 ann Greece" we find that Agathocles. et.,. A..h e.......... lot.:. ,ik 2, Wall nub w I-. of .. II. 1, 1:. 1 13 2 1"2 h-t-rcl, I will pre-se-ut b v ft..l r-tue li. an2 at- 10 3 pm 4 1; pm Lv ..Ta...-..a .... I 16 l tinville and M
"among the worst of (reeks." was pol- Ainna .ordln ...........lot :4 1sk a.. Wall su -= w !-of .. 1. I. I. 4 I I n .inistrntor with wilt aun-xed of the e stntt- t 7 t -I p Lv.. R,,,-kl,- 12 in t lt
soned by a medirtated quill handed to W. ionne.y... ..... .lot 9, ltlk:. Wall sub w u -b of. .. 1. 1l 14 2 of Kt. I. t'owni. to the t'ouunty Juidge-ot Vo- 11 pm 4 57 pm Lv Ee eaili.. icl 12 1. 1.nl 1 12 asii ullmau Buffet Sleeper i t-
him for cleaning his teeth after dinner. Ali Haln .....e ....i... .lots a1.*. e. -tk 3, Wa sub .w -or......... t =. : .4-. 12 d.-hatr < an2" E .38 a 97 ftor y nI.Lvm a. in. 'i-:,.e .. Ia lin I -2nn Jae-L -New York a.ill.nd lerts e
erToothek werin ca.ohV use In tii.al ln a,-ir.......... I r ro of p of Ainstrat i n.-. 3 am 1 pn r. .ll .i- i.l I i si nel 5st.
time of the Caesars. .Martial tells ue .Inoa A. Bryn .... .. in. o leftoeetoflot ife, of l o, i. b Gree-ne- .uii 7- as B 2 i. .. I a .........a- I l- t-a. I.. .. .. iIn a i,.n
those made of a chip of inastie wood Thoaea. Mcl. i.ie-I. ... lots. 5, 8, tlk Greene ut of pt blk......... p .. 14 1) 44 am........ iv .01 K.v ............ ;ai
(lentlseuns) are the test, but that if you M. Harrrov.-... .......lot 1.3, lk 2, Grene sutof pt t1lk........ ; I 12 Notice of Final Discharge. 11 o0 am ......... Ar Kit:h.-1 K.-v I. ... ...... l n
run short of such timber a quill will t'lnra .Jone. .. ...lots. 14.3, telk tGreene sub of pt 4k. ... I 75 Noth-, in. here givn that sir tnix h.'t00 am ..............r 1v ":.....i
serve your puri tsle, and hie ridicules a M ainmi* ..la'-knol.........l. t t. lk iree-ine sunhot pt blk t....... ;l 12i after da;te-. to-wit: oin the- *th day of Nov- ... ... .. ...... *U .
old fop who was In hlie habit of digt- MCaiy ed ..... ...lot a 1-4 of lots 27, 2t5. 2a, Ilk 4, pt hlk.. I., 1 :t, h-ae- trd,.ins llioaatn tin-e -tatenr as I i--e -i
going away at his gUln s witll Ils polish- .lddie Moor*.. ..... ...... lots 11. I,, hlk 5, Greene sh, p t blk 7 ". cutor of the LI.at Will and Te-stlitnelil ia tTiesdfay, Tbhursdlays anl -atnr.h!.v, -!-.l.a* tirer-- r..in Kcvy We-t.
.1. H. Broke ............ .aot 5. PFats sub ill ..... M I :u a critu Pa) ne. ,l.-eelitle. Ito the countyty tMondays, Wedne ,hy- aal, In nInhy. nan ia. ara h n.nt:.re. at Havana.
*ed lentluscs. though he hald inot a toot l .r.luiitie" of Violuic tt'ouioute, l"ioridne, ,ansi a-'- k -v
left In his head. T'othple-ks o-t-ur ear- Mei, I,. .kOi o IS.l 1 i --' ht sthltsaml f. ....- arlhowa aad arlg eAapprovt-d. ,ec i. PAL \ aBAne-
ly of silver.' but lpie'es ot wood oir of Mr's. M<-<'l-uid Beritliin.. ot 5, Hiau ke', ul or ... ..... l 5- Adiiu orator i th ll A ux-d. Leve I Ets T P.AIK ATn .n'i- ,oar a a tA.'h e E li r
feathers with a reds end as eqlullls In our \ iteim uitlick ..........lot 1_" '- .......... "- r wM. 4 NKK. eave ltS I' AAU l, 1 it* l'u hM AilkA T EAi -'I trriveEast
dya were most usual. The toothpick Ida lH.-..nch-r ... -; A...,.tratorwith walA,.. _Ptk j PALATK A la .. a rks r~l.VT Kelatk

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