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 21, 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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Daytona, Florida, August 21, 1909.

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Owing to the late arrival of a shipment of one hundred dozen Towels
which we should have received early in the spring, but arrived after our
S seasn is over, we will hold a SPECIAL TOWEL SALE in order to close
South the entire let. These towels are first-class in every respect and are well
worth 12; cents, hut we must get rid of them and will close out the entire
S100 dozen at .3 for 25 cents or o95 a dozen. Do not fail to get what towels
you need at, this ridiculously low price. See the window display.


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S Any customer purchase
Series for cash. I will sell;
, ure, your own selection on
, subjects, size 23x27, for on

A,+a de anorate uVnr homes


ing $2.oo worth of Gro-
a handsome framed pict- a
t of one hundred and fifty
ily 59 cents.

You don't have to buyv

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$2.00 worth at one time. Ask for coupons.
Pictures on display in my window. Worth in
regulay way $1.5o to $2.oo each. Call and see them



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A close examination of electric-
al work finished and charged for
from this shop shows hov 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.




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

SR. D. TAYLOR, Electrical Contractor
House Wiring a Specialty.
.Dealer in Electrical Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shades, *
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Bond Lumber Compar

Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick,
)Bilr'e and Yards: F.
a:nd Gement in Stock. Kailway and orange
SILL8- Rond Mill. Atlantic coast Line Ky.. It)1 miles south of Jacksonv
i Kalatamroo. on Sanford Branch lt the V. E. Ky.
Phone 83 R. J. MALBY, Manage
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getting a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin lzoo, a Hot Air Furnace,
lany of the other metal necessities required to complete a modern
dwelling, remember that
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ISSUE IM 6101U A ATE: I AT, ly

Florida East Coast Automobile Was Well KNown in Dayona
Association Ask For Bond Where He Owned Beautiful
Issue of $250,000. Winter Home.
At a directors' meeting of the From the Wsterly, Rhode Is-
Florida East Coast Automobile As- land Sun, of l day, Aug. Oth,
sociation held Friday evening of we clip the following account of the
last week at the club house the di- death of Joselph H. Potter, which
rectors passed the following resolu- occurred at Weekapug that morn-
tion: ing. Mr Potter was well known at
.Whereas, the movement in favor Daytona where he owned a beautiful
of good roads is rapidly spreading winter home and where he had
and gaining strength throughout spent his winters for many years.
the State of Florida, and all South- Mr. Potter lost his sight many
ern States, and i years ago, but notwithstanding his
Whereas, it is an admitted fact misfortune he had been active in
that good roads mean prosperity to business affairs up to the time of
every person living in a community his death. He was president of the
where good roads abound. And Daytona City Co wil at one time
Whereas, the County of Volusia is and was instru#ntal in making
without any bonded indebtedness, the first bond 4n Daytona ever
- Therefore, we, the Florida East'had. The Sun atid:

Coast Automobile Association do'
hereby request and urge that the d
SBoard of County Commissioners use n
Their influence to secure a bond
issue of $250,0(is for the building o
Sof hard surface roads throughout w
the County of Volusia, and we do fc
pledge ourselves to use all our in- h
fuence in the passage of such bond V
issue. E. F. O.TF.s, M
Secretary pro ter. u
The above resolution is along the V
lines of the article recently publish- w
ed in the Gazette-News, and it is b
hoped that the matter will be taken p
up and given favorable considera- w

tion. :sl
Nothing could be done that would w
be of such lasting benefit to Volusia e
county as a system of hard surfaced
roads running through the county. a
We now have one from DeLand to fi
Daytona. One should be built from I
DeLand to the St. Johns, the (on- I
necting links added to the one run-
ing along the coast, another from I
New Smyrna west to the river and.t
many other stretches could be sur- [
faced that would be of vast benefit. c
Keep the matter stirred up until
we get a net work of hard surfaced
reads through the county. (

Caught an 85 Pound Tarpon. i(
W. S. Rodgers, who lives on South
lIeach street has the distinction of
being the first fisherman of the
season to land a tarpon. On Tues-
day of last week Mr. and Mrs. Rod-
gers were out in a row boat and
landed a beautiful specimen of
this gamey fish weighing seventy
On Friday Mr. Rodgers was out
again and had the pleasurs of land,
ing another that weighed eighty-five
pounds and was five and one-half
feet in length. This beautiful fish
he had trussed up in his yard for
some time where it was viewed by
The tarpon is one of the games
lish in the water and one of tl.e
handsomest. This specimen caught
by Mr. Rodgers was as pretty a
sight as one could find, its silver
scales glistening in the sun making
it look as though it were gilded with
silver. The scales are very large
and are used for souvenirs, somei
painting a small Florida sketch on
them and mailing to friends.
Mr. Rod"ers says the river is full
of tarpon and there should be some
great slp)rt enjoyed in seeking them.

The DeLand Road.
Notwithstanding the prophesies
lthalthere would never he a good
r ad between this city and DeLand
the work has been accomplished, as
anyone can testify who has recently
made the trip to the county seat and
the roal is hleing constantly im-
proved by the use of convict labor.
The roughest part of the whole road



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best prepared to give prompt and reliable service at fair prices.
General repair shop on Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory.
ne 58. Out of town work solicited.

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All Bids Being Above the Amount
Available For the Purpose
Were Rejected.
The Board of Trustees of the Day-
tona Special School District met at
the City Hall Monday evening to
consider bids on the construction of
the new school house. Five bids
were presented from the W. T. d-
low Co., of Jacksonville; Geq Till-
man, of Palatka; Nichola ICer, of
Atlanta; E. S. Hall and L Gove,
of Daytona. All bids were accom-
panied by certified checks in accord-
ance with the specifications, but as
;the board was limited to an amount
1not exceeding $42,000, the bids
were all rejected. The bids were as
W. T. Hadlow Co. $50,082.
E. S. Hall 54,050.

"Joseph H. Por, of High street, S. H. Gove 53,000
led suddenly Weekapaug this Gee. Tillman 48,880
ooon at 86 yea age. Nicholas Ittner 47,642
"This morn in mos E. Frazier, After discussing the matter for
f Pleasant store who has been some time the board adjourned to
ith Mr. Potter almost constantly one o'clock Tuesday afternoon in
>r the past 40 years, accompanied order to give the bidders a chance
im on the ferry from Pleasant to modify the plans so that their
iew to Weekapang. At this time bids would come within the re-
Ir. Potter appeared to be in his quired amount.
sual health. After stopping at On Tuesday afternoon the board
'eekapaug for a short time they went into executive session and lis-
vere walking on the board walk tened to the suggestions made by
between the Stillman House and each bidder and-after an all after-
ostoffice, when Mr. Potter, who noon session again adjourned until
rasleaning on Mr. Frazier's arm, Wednesday afternoon.
suddenly collapsed and his weight (Concluded on page two.)
ras thrown on his attendent who
asked the aged man to the walk. Reimbursed For Loss.
"Mr. Potter died almost instantly Postmaster W. C. Smith received
nd did not even speak after the from the U S. Assistant Postmaster
first indication that he was not well. General the forepart of this week
3eing blind for several years, Mr. credit for the loss sustained by the
?otter has employed Mr. Frazier, burglary of the postoflice on the
rho has rendered him every possi- night of Feb. 10th. The estimate,
tle service. After Mr. Potter's death made from an entirely different
he body was removed to the -Stil- standpoit; exactly corroborated td'
nan House where a physician was confirmed that of Mr. Smith made
called It is probable that death the day following the loss. "The
was due to heart failure. mil's," etc, "grind slowly, but they
"Joseph Henry Potter was theson grind exceedingly fine."
of Robert T. Potter and was born
at Potter Hill, R. I., Oct. 20, 182 Wine Sellers Are Cautioned.
On Sept. 14. 1847 he married Rhoda Of interest to many people of this
Ann Langworthy. To them were city and vicinity is the decision of
born Miss Amelia, Miss Alice, who Judge Perkins at the last term of
died in infancy, and Henry Robert, the Criminal Court in regard to the
who died at the age of twelve years. sale of wines.
"For many years Mr. Potter has Judge Perkins holds that wmes
been identified with the financial come under the ban, the law reads
institutions of Westerly. Hle was a very plainly on the subject and it
director of the Washington National will probably be found if a case is
bank, and for thirty or more years taken to the Circuit Court that
was a trustee of the Westerly Say- j udge Jones will affirm the decision
ings bank. In their early life both of the lower court, although, because
lie and his wife were identified with of a decision rendered by him some
the first Hopkinton Seventh-Day time ago. many persons have
Baptist church. After he became thought that he did not construe
permanently located in Westerly the law as did Judge Perkins.
they became connected with the In the case of Charles Williams,
Paweatuck Seventh-day Baptist who has been conducting a wine
church of Westerly. Mrs. Potter garden atOrmond and who plead
died Feb. 21, 1& 5.. guilty to the illegal sale of liquor
"For a number of years it has before Judge Perkins last week, the
been the custom of Mr. Potter to judge placed a tine of only 425, bu
spend his winters in the south, his charged Mr. Williams not to sel
constant attendant being his ,only any more wine and directed him to
daughter, Miss Amelia, whose tie- tell others that he, Judge Perkins
votion and interest in her father's held the sale illegal and if the;
comfort, like his pleasure therefrom. were brought before him and con
was beautiful to witness. lHe built victed on this charge he would dea
a house at Dlaytona, Fla., and took a with them severely, which probably
prominent part in municipal affairs means a road sentence as the judg
in that city, having served as presi- evidently does not believe in th
dent of the City Council and ala, as, efficacy of fines.
member of that ody. Mow Your Parkage.

The street parkage, especially
that of leach street, is showing the
need of mowing. This the city au-
thorities have been doing in the
past, but they now propose to stand
behind the ordinance, which re-
.1uires the property owners to mow
the package as well as his lot, so if
vyu wantthe streets to lok shipshape
and tidy have your package mowed,

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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.


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


will deliver gasoline without

any charge for delivery at

any point in Daytona,


breeze, ytona Beach, Or

mond or Port Orange. Qual-

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

Gasoline Machine Gas and Lubricating

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Electricity will pump water

for 5 cents per 300 gallons.

Adam Schotz Electric Lit Plant,

E. L. (il'NN, General Manager.


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Real Estate,

T. e. FITZOERALD, Editor
.-- -- trunk, county clerk, came over from G
Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. Ocala Monday morning for a few days' n
visit with his family at the Comanche a
SUBSCRIPTION RATESr. Evernden is still confined to the
One copy one year ....1.50 house although his strength is slowly re- d
Oae copy s montha.............. .75 turning. s
One copy three months....................40 C A. Ballough came over from his
-- orange grove at Holly Hill Sunday and ii
SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1909 was the guest at a family dinner at the S
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Burgman. r
He leaves today on his return to Wash- t
C UIi A6L CUl 11T 6gNtD I NiLATIOHS VEINington D.C., but will return to Holly
Hill shortly, as his grove, which is one fi
i le JI PKINKK WATERVORKS SYSTEM of the thriftiest in the vicinity, needs his f
Attention at this time. h
IIo A baby girl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. y
Theo. Carter, arrived at the home of f
A Big List of Cases Disposed of Board of Public Works Adopts Mrs. Middleton, its grandmother, last
and Several Additios Made Rules and Regulations for Wednesday morning. I
Mrs. M. J. Murphy and children went a
to the Road Gang. Use of Water. to Orange Mills yesterday on a week's I
In addition to the cases disposed The following rates, rules and regula- fitto Mr. Hazel, Mrs Murphy's
of and given in last week's Gazette- tions governing the use of water have ket pni at Wednesday at the
been adopted by the W water W\onrks A K... l a t u
News, the following cases were dis- Board of the City of Daytoa. Cherokee pavilion, with a boat rile to r
posed of at last week's session of see. 1 The minimum rate unless oth- Port Orange, was one of the most de- I
sd ec, 1 The ni i u n rt unles h- lightful social events of this season, and h
the Criminal Court: erwise specified for any service pipe lightful soml events of ths mr an. i
included some f(rty nterrvymakers. i
NOLLE PROW8 ED. shall be $8.00 per annum for ealh fami- mainly beach cottagers and their guests.
C. E. Johnston, aggravated as- ly or tenant. r. and Mrs 11. 1.. Kochersperger weie
Sec. 2 That for all purposes not here- ..
sault. prvid for s ial rates ill giv- host and hostess of this pleasant occa- i
in provided for special rates will he giv-
Willie Lee, perjury; Archie Wal- en on application to the Board. ion, which insured its success from the f
ker, illegal sale of liquor; Clyde See. 3 The following rules and regu start. Among the viitors noted were:
Mr. and Ms. CG. Pacetti Ponce Park; e
Jones, affray; James Peeples, petty laitons shall be considered a part of the Mrs. Pacetti's cousin, MLss lnez Didcoct. i
larceny; Charley Williams, illegal contract with any personu who is sup- Kentucky; Mr. and Mrs. Pratt and
plied with water
sale of liquor on Sunday. I All applications fr water must be daughter, Chicago; Miss Dowling. Ala-
ACUUI1TEI. made to the Superintendent. Blank bama; Mr. Chapman, Georgia. Of the E
Joseph Patrick, assault and bat- forms will be furnished stating the vari- home contingent, Mr. Haigh and family,
H Hartshorn and family, Mrs Jones,
tery! James Smith, petty larceny. ous purposes for which water is to be r Ha.tshornand family, Mrs Jones,
PLEAD GUILTT. used, and must be signed by owner of Mrs. Dobbins and a Gazette-News rp-
resntive were present. A dip in the (
G wi r i premises or his agent.rentive were present. A dip in t
J. Goodwin, Chester Ro so The City ill tap te main fr the surf in the morning, a generous luncheon
and Oscar Jennings, gambling; service pipe and furnish the corporation spread at the pavilion, which was hand-
Lawrence Williams, aggravated as- cock and gooseneck free, the balance of somely decorated, and a boat ride to
sault; Dan Brooks, affray; Charley the pipe to the curb line to be paid for PortOrenge in the afternoon in Mr.
Akins, petty larceny; Sylvester Fra- by the applicant at cost, whenever the Pa-etti's dandy launch, Dixiana, made
Akins, petty larceny; hylveter an applicant haspaid $8 for water and up a thoroughly enjoyable program for
zer, Charlie Rochelle, assault and agrees to pay for one full year. the day.
agrees to pay for one full year.
battery; James Brooks, illegal sale 3 No consumer shall supply water to Mr. and Mrs. Pacetti. assisted by Miss
of liquor; Rush McLain, Tom Toas- other persons, or suffer them to take Dideoct, gave a boat party to the Inlet
ter, Jake Stewart, gambling. it. except for drinking purposes on the Saturday in the Dixiana, which included
Tom Jones, assault to commit premises the following guests: H. L. Kochersper-
4 Any agent, duly authorized by the ger and wife,-Geo. L. Pratt, wife and
rape, sentenced to 20 years in the Board, may enter the premise of any daughter. Marjorie and Miss Fuller.
penitentiary, water consumer at any reasonable hour The fishing was fir-e and the successful
CONTINUED. to examine the pipes and fixtures. anglers enjoyed an appetizing fish dinner
Elijah Wilson and George Baker, 5 No person shall open or interfere at the home of Mr and Mrs. Pacetti at
assault and battery; Charley Mow- with the fire hydrants or with the valves Ponce Park.
br ey, carrying pistol ithut a or connections of the street mains un- Mrs. Hays came over from DeLand
bry,carying pisto without a li- less permiion has been obtained from Monday, and will occupy Judge Stew-
cease; J. W. Taylor and E. J. Pope, the Board or the Superintendent. ex- art's beach cottage for the remainder of
aiding escape; Walter E. Pollock, cept the chief of the fire department or the season Mrs. Hays is Mrs. Stewart's
grand embezzlement; J.S. Sailor, his assistants. sister.
drunkenness and malicious mis- 6 Parties taking water from the City Mrs. Peterson and family, of Pierson,
enes will be required to have a water meter are spending the month at the bunga-
chief.and will be allowed the use of 12,000 low beach cottage. Mr. Peterson is
SENTENCED. gallons per quarter, and when more postmaster at Pierson, and after locat-
Chas. Rochell, aggravated assault, than this amount is used the excess will ing his family, returned to his post of
425 or three months. be charged for according to the follow- duty Monday morning.
Chas. Aiken, petty larceny, $10 ing rates in cents per 1,000 gallons: Miss Boyd and mother have rented
or 60 days. Under 100,000 gallons, per quarter 9c apartments in the Elmira cottage on
100,000 to 200.000 Sc Valley street for the school year, and
Chester Robinson, Oscar Jen- 200,000 to 300,000 7c expect to move from the beach Sep-
nings, Rush McLain, Tom Toaster, 300,000 to 400,000 6c member first
Jake Stewart, gambling, $5 or 44) 400o,ooo to 500,0 5c Mrs Avery, after a week's visit with
days. Over 500,000 .. 4, her sister, Mrs. \Walthour, on Grandview
Syleter Fraier, aault and 7 Meters will be furnished at 50cents avenue, returned to Jacksonville Mon-
per quarter rental, or parties desiring day.
battery, $10 or 90 days. may own their own meters, purchasing The grdin on Ora street is now com-
Tyler Cole and Ida Sweet, lewd same of the City at cost. The City in pleted to randview avenue. The con-
and lascivious cohabitation, woman either case to keep meters in repair. tract for shelling has not yet been let.
$50 or 6 months, man $200 or 12 8 Water must be paid for quarterly A baby girl, Martha Rosalie, twas born
months. in advance, the charges for the excess to Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Miller on the 4th
months, .,water used in the quarter to be added instant
Geo. Flemming, drunkenness, $2 to the rent for tle succeeding quarter. Prof. Homer Wakefield and wife, who
or 30 days. Same party, reckless 9 The Board reserves the right to have been spending the summer at their
use of firearms, $5 or 40 days. shut off the water temporarily where it orange grove near Pomona are expected
Richard McCoy, perjury, one year becomes necessary to make extensions, home this week, and will receive a cor-
in State penitentiry alterations or repairs. dial welcome from their many friends.
in penitentiary. 10 All persons taking water must Miss Clifford Hendry and three nieces.
Gad Taylor, illegal sale of liquor, keep the service pipes, stopcocks and Misses Irene, Nina and Anna Thurston,

10 months, appealed to Circuit faucets on their premises in good order arrived from Enterprise Saturday on a
Court. preventing waste of water. visit to Mrs. Elma G. Stephens, on Hali-
D. Deen, assault and battery, II In case of violation of any of fax avenue. Miss Hendry is Mrs.
Aft50or en and b these rules and regulations or for the Stephen's niece.
o 50 30 nonpaymentof rent within 15 days Mrs. H. S. Morrison returned to Lake
Geo. Williams, illegal sale of do- after same is due and hills have been Helen last week, after a busy four
mestic wines, $ 10 or 60 days- presented, the supply of water shall be weeks' stay at her home on the corner
E. L. Cooper, illegal sale of cut off without notice and will not be of Oakridge and Pinewood avenues.
liquor, 10 months resumed until all arrearages are paid Mr. Laughlin, of the Sonntag Invest-
liquor, 10 months resume auntiol l wrreares are pai Inent Co., has purchased two lots on
James Butler, carrying concealed with the additioal sumn of 50 tents for Glenview avenue with the intentionof
turning on the water. C lenview avenue with the intention of
-weapons, $100 or 6 months. I building the coming season.
James Smith, illegal sale of Miss Apthorp and cousin, Miss Routh,
liquor, 8 months Bids Opened For School House. of Chicago, who have spent the summer
David Petty, aiding escape. 3,0 'iuttIin fnom nro-t mp*-. at Blarney Castle, leave Friday for Tal-
days. At the Wedneafternoonlahassee, from which city Miss Routh
David Collitt, illegal sale of li- At the Wedn after returns north.
quor, 10 months, meeting the board again listened to Mr. and Mrs. Wallace, of Covington,
H. J. Goodwin, illegal sale, 10 suggestions as to changes in the Ky., who spent last winter at the Erreg-
months. Same party, gambling? building to get the price down to ger river cottage, have leased Mrs.
Elmas G. Stephens' pretty cottage on
$ 10 or 40 days. the amount on hand. All of the Halifax avenue for the winter .
Lawrence Williams, aggravated original bidders brought their fig- ---
assault, 12 months.
James Brooks, illegal sale, 10 ures down to practically the amount DAYTONA BEACH, Aug. 17-Hev.
months. require, but after an all the after- Stanton, D D., of the First Baptist
nt i hurch, of Miami, will have charge of
Ben Matthews, illegal sale 6f noon dis.-ussion the board decided r, rf i t e Sewill ade har Suno
months. to wait until they could get their day.

lHoked Big Sawfish. architect here before, decidimn any-' The Fpworth League held a business
t ling x'sit;ve'v- They hl 11 t, os session Monday evening to perfect plans

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Frank Alexander drove over from
Beresford in his auto Wednesday
and spent Thursday fishing return-
ing home Friday. S
Work began last week on Orange \

street opening it to the cemetery.


AU trip to -oultrie with J. r,. .arker
idications are that the new buildings, trip n h at.l Wi r. ar
whether for business or re-idence, uill in his launch Friday. returning
he made of .cnrpres.ed brick This Monday afternoo-n.
will, in a gieat measure, avoid risks Mrs. Robt. Bethel and daughter,
rom fires. Miss Eva, left Wedneslay morning
Mrs. llollnld has a very badly wound- for their home in Creseat City.
ed hand caus-d by a shrimp tin, which
s causing her nusideiahtle suffering, after a few day's visit with Miss
'. J Holly, editor of the Sanford Mailie ILivingston.
Herald, was over from the interior Sun- .lake Harper, the Pearson tier-
day visiting his family in the Brush- chant and his wife are soj turning in
Shoemaker cottage. lie returned home this s r, ests f r. an r
Monday. Mr. Holly's family Aill re-th gest of Mr. at s.
main until October and he will visit D. .1 Bradshaw.
them as often as his duties will permit. Mrs Chambers, with her invalid
Rev J. N. Jones, of the South Georgia husband, called on her sister, Mrs.
Conference, after a short visit with his E. C. Kennedy, the latter part of
wife and daughter at the Stewart cot- last week, stopping a day or two
stage, left Tuesday morning to return to ente from Suth Florida to the
his charge. enroute from South Frlorida to tihe
his charge.
Mrs. M. E. Ferguson. of South Caro-' mountains of Noith Carolina in
lina. is here on a visit to her son's hope of improving the husband's
family. health.
Among the Monday arrivals at the Volusia Count is using L. G.
Seaside Inn were: W. N. Stripling, F. E. m as a on
Miller, W. C. Hill, F. E. Roumlet, San- Lyman's store house as a convict
ford; R. T. hIsvis, Orala; M. S. Brown, camp this week, quartering county
Palatka. Saturday and Sunday even- convicts here while they work the
ings the gue-ts 4t the Inn were *tter-. public roads north of town. The
tainted by music and recitatiops by 1 men seem to be under good dis-
few of the exceptionally talented among line and re withal a ver et
the number. ine and re itha a very quiet
Mrs, Lee W. Smith and baby daugh- set to be so imny together, but we
ter, who have been visiting with Mr. hope they will not remain long
apd Mrs H. Coates for a week past, left enough to create an unsanitary con-
Monday on their return to Jacksonville. edition in the neigh orhood.
Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Coates are sisters.
UM I".uB ioeuun.a rl,,h,.fr r ur- p An amateur ame of base ball was


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aytona Beh.
NARD, Editor.

Mrs. W. P Mosely and children, of
lainesville and niece, Miss Pearl Leec-h-
ian, of Kentucky, arrived Monday and
re comfortably located at Ocean Spray
or a couple of weeks.
Mrs. Marcus TenEych returned Sun-
ay from a two weeks' \isit with her
sister, Mrs. Boa ley, at DeLand.
Miss Florence Horn leaves this morn-
ng on the early train for points north.
ihe will spend mo-t of her time with
relatives at Findlay, Ohio. Before re-
urning Miss Horn will visit her sister,
Ira. Cias Banks, at Sheldon, N. D. A
farewell reception was given her by her
friends Tuesday evening. Miss Horn is
eld in high esteem by both old and
young and will be greatly missed
rom church and social circles.
Mrs. E. H. Rogers is now quite ill at
Lone Bay Inn, in her mother's home
md in rare of a trained nurse. Mrs. G
L. Johnson is in charge at Surf Crest.
D F. Fuquay has recently received
nd installed his new concrete block
machinery, and is making block for the
ew Gould business block, which is to
e erected on the lot south and adjoin
ng the Butler real estate office. The

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A g -. lit Vm
Hinks, popular manager of the Daytona played at the Park's place west of A. A. Murphree, A. M., 1.. I.. I)., Edward Conradi, M. A., Ph. D.,
Beach Hotel. is expected to arrive Sat- the railroad Thursday of last week, President. President.
urday front Madison, (a., after a four Kingston vs..Seabreeze, which ie- -
months' vacation which has included a sulted in a score of 17 to 3 i-n favor J h n t t U s t
round of visiting and sight seeing at e son Un Vv rsit y
numerous interesting points in the south. of Kingston. LINCOLN IRvILEY, Ph. D., Litt. D. LLt D, P aM
The Monday arrivals at the Daytona THE BEST SCHOOL ToooS o FOR YOUR CHILDREN
Beach Hotel were: Miss Foye, Orala; Stoea a Bicycl. SEND THEM TO STETSON:
Mrs. Yetrou. R. V. Otto, (iainesville; 49 Professors and Instructors College of Liberl At
Mrs. Brown and son. Putnam Inn, De- Frank Weaver, colored, was be- 17 University Bui-4ings Collee of Law
Land. fore Justice If. T. Titus Wednesday 28 Acre Campus Cllege oTechpoogy
561 Students Last Year GolIge of "
Mrs. Hinks has all of the spare room morning charge I with the theft of a $256.M.00 Endowment Preptory
in the ValValzah engaged as overnfow bicycle from Ben Blackwelder. lie 15,M Volumes in Librarv Noormal and ModSc
from the Daytona Beach Hotel, and $1,N ..00 Pipe Or-m School of MePanic Arts
still the accommodations this month have was bound over to the Crimcinal 10 La-ge La.bo(, L't:sfCor S'cince Schoolof Music
not been equal to the demand. Court and taken to New Smrna Unsurr t School of Fi rts
equ li SdCp.tr.de. d ,dr:zm,1::. ...... : ; *-.i:. r:o : *arefuil j j sd tr e siMrtuiM
Mayor Forest Lake, of Sanford, who by Deputy Sheriff John Myers in .. .....: ... ...... ... f. i. oa a o r ,.,,r.
was at the Daytona Benc'i Hotel with the afternoon, in company with a JOHN If. 5T a-. '..:, iASr FY. D LAND. F.LOlb4.
his wife for ome time, returned home demented boy by the name of- -
Mrs. A. P. Robinson and two chi!-' Holes, who some time ago was ar- $******************** 9 0****9 9* 999. 4
dren and sister are expected to arrive rested for stealing a watch, but
from Newlmerry Wednesday night. They owing to his mental condition was
will occupy rooms at Ocean Spray. released. At New Smvrna they
Mrs. Yelvington and baby, Mrs. E. A. were turned over to the sheriff.
Branch's sister, were visiting with her a PEARL GRIT
few davs this week.

C No Need to Take Any Furtber Risks.
PORT ORANGE Why will (wople continue to suffer the
Agonies of kidney -omplaint. hacka,-he.
P4RT ORANGE, Aug 18-Mis urinaryt- diusrders. launenws. heada.-hes.
PRT ORANGE, Aug I-aMiss or, why allow themselves to he-
Sheppard, of Ohio, has been visiting co,,me chronic invalids, when a c rtain
her father at Rev. Wilder's fine !iurp is offered thelni
home on Flemming Bay, '. Ia'.s Kidney Pill, is the retmedyi t
Two of our former citizens, G. W. use, lae.aie it giest the t kidnes the
oatriht and his son, Jon, are help they need to perform their work.
Boatright and his son, John, are If you have iny, --ea on-, "F the
If yvou have any, -even on-. <,f the
staying at Miss Caroline McDunald's syluptomns of Lidley.v ldisu-s, -ure our-
boarding house. Their present home elf now I fore dialbtes. dropay air
is Tampa. Bright's disease sets in. Can Daytona
George Morford. Sim Jackson and residents demeud more -onvin ingi proof
than the following:
G4us Manstield have returned home than the following:
Mrs. Anna Danel.S. Sixth st.. Palatka.
from the surveying expedition at Fla. .vs: -I sjffred severely from
Lake Ashby. dull. nagging ar-kaches and had the
Thursday afternoon during a Imost distressing pains through nlkiid-
thunder storm lightning stuck the eys.- Mornings I f.lt s' w-eak and hlaw
peninsula opposite the Fozzard place tfrhatenit 1 p- s haroe aruukidned.
1freqlu-lt pas-agea of the kitln*v 9y i^
and set fire to the scrub. There tins ,, ,alsoau, ,m,,e ..il.rable an-
l.eing a southerly wind the fire noyamu,. Rearing of Ithman'- Kidn-yv
burned north up tli beach and 'll' and li ingm-h inpr1..-s.l. I pr,-
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t'e 12th inst., Messrs. Raphael and
Vivian Usina and J. Dougherty
Bridier came down from St. Augus-
tine in the racing boat, "El Iuo"
and were guests of the Ferndale
until Saturday afternoon, when they
J. E Parker returned home from
St. Petersburg, where he had been
visiting his bother and family He
was quite ill with fever, but we are
glad to note that he is about well
Mrs. Nettie Isina and daughter,
Gloria Anita, left Saturday aft,.-
noon last for their home in St. Ang-
tiue, after about a week's visit with
friends here.
Wallace and David Carter ua'le a
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Our stock will meet your de-
mands for Fall Wedding presents,
sterling silver and cut glass. Our
prices are low for the quality of
goods. Geo. H. Clark, Jeweler.

*We want to be your jewelers.
That's the reason we are spending
our cash for this "add." All goods
I engraved free. Price always right.
S L. HI RowE & Co., The Jewelers.

Dr. Geo. Walton arrived Monday
afternoon from Cincinnati, Ohio,
and will remain in Daytona for some
: I. M..Jabbette, who was suddenly
taken ill Wednesday of last week,
was at last reports improving satis-
S Contractor L. Z. Burdick began
work on the framing of the John H.
S Miller house on Ivy Lane last Mon-
day and the work is progressing
Rev. Herman G. Porter was at
Bastings and St. Augustine last
i Sunday, preaching at the former
Space in the morning and at the
latter in the afternoon.
Mills' restaurant will open about
the first of October. 12-2
Andrew Sullivan, who had been
visiting with his son, Ed Sullivan,
and family, on.Second.avenue since
SFriday of last week returned to his
Some at Starke Monday afternoon.

Owing to the death of Mrs. Laur-
ence Thompson, who was a charter
Member of the Palmetto Club, the
S regular meeting of the literature
I department was not held Monday
41e Collars 2 cents, all style of shirts
'10 cents, with work left and called
Sfor at Daytona Steam Laundry. tf
E. D. Anthony was in the city
: Monday, enroute from Palm Beach
Sto Crawfordsville, Ga, for a few
weeks before going on to New York
to lay in new goods for Anthony
Brothers' stores.
The dredge Klondyke was taken
to Ormond Monday, where Melton-&
Shear have a contract for dredging
a channel and putting in a dock ior
Mr. Cook. They will be about two
weeks at the work.
Ir. Houghton, dentist, west end
South Bridge, Peck block, phone 32.
B.P. Baggett, of the Gruber-
Morris Hardware Co. force, expects
his mother, Mrs. M. A. Baggett, to
join him at their Seabieeze homp
S' today. Mrs. Baggptt has been
/ spending the summer at Atlanta.
Attorney E F. Gates made a trip
to DoLand Monday on legal busi-
ness, going over and returning with
WS W. Abercrombie, whose big car
was also in service, Lyle Lyman
also taking a party to the county
L at$.

Mrs.. C. A. Brower and children
turned Monday afternoon and are
-loced in the Marsh cottage on the
beach. Mrs. F. M. Davidson de-
cided to remain at Cincinnati for
another week, but will join them on
her return.
*Pearl Grit Artificial Stone Co.
sls brick at .8 per 1,WK0. tf

Marshall Gardiner, a son of W
H. Gardiner, the photographer, was
Sadly hurt in an auto accident at
' JAlSke Placid, New York, recently.
S He was riding a horse when the
auto struck him, breaking a rib and
: spraining his arm and ankle.
W. H. Edmondson. of the Dayton
Real Estate Agency, Saturday sold
to L. D. Niles, a northern gentle-
,, t i, twenty acres of fine hammock
l ld at Holly Hill, the property of
r k and Wm. Atwobd. Mr.
i: s expects to cultivate the land.

e of Chills and Fever. Price 2.5c.
J.A. Shanks & Son are the proud
-i- nmrsof the fine ruby which
W~ sented to the Daytona base-
ea some time ago to be dis-
~a of for the benefit of the club.

C. S. Messing is again at his post
of duty in the postoffice, after a
pleasant vacation of two weeks or
Mrs. A. R. Harper arrived from
Gainesville Tuesday night and is
visiting her brother, James Kincaid.,
and family, on Volusia avenue.
*Guavas cheap, write for price.
E. Charles Gifford, Vero, Fla. 12-5
Henry Van Dorn is putting in a
two-inch artesian well for Justice of
the Peace H. T. Titus, at the latter's
residence on South Palmetto avenue.

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Brown arrived
from Kissimmee Monday for short
visit with Mrs. Brown's parents,
Mr. and Mts. I. M. Mabbette, on
South Palmetto avenue.
OPhone 28 will call for your clean
ing and pressing. 0. S. Burnett.tf
Louis Cowan is enjoying a fifteen
days' vacation from his duties at the
postoffice. Mr. Cow..n will put in
the time on the beach and in fishing
returning to the office Sept. 1st.
Mrs. J. R. Anthony, Sr., was in
the city from Monday until Tuesday
afternoon, the guest of Miss Evelyn
Clark. Mrs. Anthony was enroute
to West Palm Beach on her return
from Georgiit.
You save $2 per M by using home
brick. Pearl Grit Artificial Stone Co,
tf Seabreeze, Fla.

Miss Martha Brown, who will
have the principalship of the Holly
Hill school, was a Gaiuesville visitor
recently, attending the State Normal
School for the purpose of looking
up school methods.
C. C. Barnes, proprietor of the
Novelty Store, left Tuesday after-
noon for Baltimore, Washington and
New York on a combined pleasure
and business trip. Mr. Barnes ex-
pects to return about Sept. 1st.
Mrs. Charles O. Williams, of St.
Angustine, wife of the chief train
dispatcher of the F. E. C. Ry., at
that city, arrived Monday for a visit
of a week or more with James Kin-
caid, on Volusia avenue.
G. H. Gardiner and family left
Wednesday morning for a two
weeks' visit at Cincinnati, Ohio,
which was at one time Mr. Gardi-
ner's home and which he has not
visited for more th4n twenty 3p irs.
There will he a union religious
service tomorrow evening at 7:'-3
o'clock in front of the postoffice,
corner Beach street and Magnolia
avenue. The male quartet of the
First Baptist church will assist in
the services.
og or 6 doses "t s" will cure any-
case of Chills and Fever. Price i2c.

Mrs. J. Gardiner and daughter,
Miss L. M. Gardiner, returned Tues-
day afternoon from their outing
North, Mrs. Gardifer having been
at Harriman, Tenn., while Miss
Gardiner went on to Cincinnati,
Ohio, and Toronto, Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shanks left
Wednesday for a five or six weeks'
dating North. They will go first to
Chicago and possibly from there to
Sheboygan, Wis., where Mr. Shanks
lived at one time and has not visited
in forty years. Most of the time
will be spent at Cedar Rapids and
Brooklyn, Iowa.

A number of the convicts were
brought over from DeLand Monday
and quartered in L. G. Lyman's
place at Kingsten. They will work
upon some of the county roads at
Kingston and between Holly Hill
and Ormond and also upon the
county road from Tomoka, connect-
ing with Washington avenue in
Holly Hill.
A. W. Shattuck, State deputy or-
ganizer of the Woodmen of the
World, was in the city from New
Smyrna Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mr. Shattuck expected to return

There will be services at the
Catholic church Sunday morning at
nine o'clock.
James Kincaid and W. W. Austin
were DeLaud visitors Tuesday going
over in the latter's automobile.

Fred Stones, yard manager for
the Bond Lumber Co., made a busi-
ness trip t&.Palatka Thursday. Mrs.
Stones accompanied him.
The Myrtle, on Myrtle avenue,
has closed for eight weeks and Mrs.
Chas. Kost, the proprietress, will
take a much needed rest.
Miss Mayme Dillingham, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Dillingham,
left yesterday enroute to Jerome,
Idaho, for an extended stay.
Mrs. W. O. Lumpkin and chil-
dren left Wednesday afternoon for
Tampa, where they will visit for a
week or more with Mr. Lumpkin's
The second game between the
Fats and Leans that was to have
come off Thursday afternoon has
been postponed until next Thursday
SEcholarships at Stetson Law
School, DeLand, Fla, for boys un-
able to pay full tuitions. Write for
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Heaton and
Miss Gladys Shafor, who were visit-
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Roll Heaton,
departed last week for their home at
Frankfort, Ind.

E. L. Shear left Wednesday after-
noon to join Mrs. Shear at Hender-
sonville, N. C.. for a couple of
weeks, when they will probably re-
turn to Daytona.
"Before you put that child in
school have his eyes examined and
glasses properly fitted, if necessary,
thereby saving more serious trouble
later. Neville H. Clark,
Mrs. W. H. McBride and little son
came over from Seville Wednesday
for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Braddock, of Ridgewood avenue,
Blake. Mr. Braddock is Mrs. Me-
Bride's uncle.

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fulgham left
Wednesday morning on a combined
business and pleasure trip to New
York and other points East. During
their absence .Jon Pollitz will be in
charge of the store.
Chris Gougherty returned Tues-
day from a several weeks' outing at
his old home at Victor, N. Y., and
other points East, qad has taken his
accustomed place in the Conrad
Grocery Company's store.
Mrs. Mary Spencer and daughter,
Miss Julia Caldwell, departed Tues-
day afternoon for Canon City, Colo-
rado, for a visit with Mrs L. J,.
Mansfield, another daughter of Mrs.
Spencer, and at one time residing
here with her husband.

Even Daytona, usually a summer
paradise, has experienced a touch of
of the extreme heat this week which
has prevailed throughout the West
and South and Mayor Greene's rec-
ords show Tuesday to have been the
hottest day here in many years.
Mrs. J. B. Dunagan returned
Tuesday afternoon from a several
days' visit with Mr. Dunagan at
Manatee and Sarasota, where they
had a pleasant outing and especially
enjoyed the excellent fishing. Mr.
Dunagan is engaged in the insur-
ance business at Tampa and is
doing well.
Try the Pearl Grit Pressed brick.
Cor. of Pine and Earl Sts.,
tf Seabreeze, Fla.

C. II. Wyman, a brother of Mrs.
C. H. Pellecier, who had been visit-
ing with her at her home on West
Volusia, left Tuesday for Tampa,
where he holds a position with the
Standard Oil Co. Mr. Wyman was
returning from a two weeks' vaca-
tion in the North Carolina moun-
trains when he stopped here.
Dr. C. C. Bohannon was called to
No 9 Tuesday afternoon to attend
an Italian, who was suffering from
heat prostration. The man, who
was complaining of not feeling well

ithrby now forms the setting' in rmi heand was suffering from acute gas-
lhavv T old ring donate.l by 1,. H.I ler in the week and remain er tritis, fell unconscious while work-
i. .... or ten ds o.r tw .. weeks to enga ggg trees an
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Which Occurred at Highlands, ( e an Excellent Performance
North Carolina, Saturday, At Wilman's Opera House
August 14, 1909. Wednesday Night.
brs. Laurence Thompson, nee Wilman's Opera House, Sea
Mary Eliza Coffin, died at High- breeze, presented a brilliant specta-
lands, N. C., Aug. 14, 1909, of cle Wednesday night, and one un-
heart failure after an illness of only usual for this season of the year,
twenty-four hours, aged 66 years. the occasion being a performance
Mrs. Thompson had accompanied by the Gem City Minstrels, an all
her husband to the mountains with home talent company.
her daughter and the news of heri A well filled house greeted the
sudden death was a shock to all., minstrels and showed their appre-
The telegram announcing her death, ciation by frequent and hearty ap-
closely followed one announcing her plause. Where all parts were so
illness, and her son, Bert, at once uniformly well taken it would be
left to accompany the remains and unjust and unneccessary to make
the stricken husband and daugh- special mention. The performance
ter to Daytona. i was an unqualified success from the
The body arrived in Daytona opening overture by the orchestra,
Monday at 1:45 and the funeral ser- "A Jolly Night," under the leader-
vices were held at the home on the ship of musical director Wood, to
peninsula Tuesday morning at 10 the closing chorus by the entire
o'clock, Rev. A. J. Wilder, rector of company. The members, individ-
St. Mary's Episcopal church, officiat- ually and collectively and those hav-
ing. Interment was made in Pine- ing the management of the affair
wood cemetery. The attendance at deserve great credit for the splen-
the funeral was exceptionally large did success attained.
and the floral tributes were many The songs by Messrs. H. F. Sie
and beautiful, art, James Hammond, Otis Pelli-
The deceased was born at Cin- cier, J. C. Cabanis, Louis Cowan,
cinnati, Ohio, on April -9, 1843. Guy Hurd, Will Roxby and Dr. W.
She was married to Laurence W. Wilder were excellently reader-
Thompson May 25, l$170 and came ed and well received as was also the
to Daytona in 1875. She leaves a illustrated song by the quartet corm-
husband, Laurence Thompson, a posed of Otis Pellicier, Louis Cow-

daughter, Lilian, and two sons,
Laurence H. and Harrison (. She
was a member of the Congregational
church of Daytona, a charter member
and one of the executive board of the
Palmetto Club, a member of the
Ladies' Missionary Society and the
Daytona Educational and Industrial,
Association, a director of the Public
Library and was prominent in all
philanthropic and charitable organ-
zations of the city. She was uni-
versally beloved and her loss will be
keenly felt in all social, charitable
and educational circles.

Passed License Tax Ordinance.
At an adjourned meeting of the
City Council held Monday the ovcu-
pation or license tax ordinance came
up for final passage. After some
minor changes were made the ordi-
nance passed on its third reading
apd went to the mayor for his signa-
tnre, which was affixed and the or-
dinance will become a law in time
for the payment of occupation tax on
October ist.
The ordinance is a lengthy one
and covers the different occupations
thoroughly and as impartially as it
is possible to do.

Macon Thornton was down from
Ormond yesterday. (
Tom Martin is seriously ill at his
home on West Orange avenue.

Rev. and Mrs. A. L. Abercrombie
were New Smyrna visitors Thursday
The city water tower is in place
and work is in progress on the tank.
tAutomobile tires and inner tubes
vulcanized at Oliver's garage
Claude L'Engle, of Tallahassee,
candidate for Tnited States Senator.
was a Daytona visitor yesterday.

The Misses Stella Carter and
Mattie Yelvington, who have been
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Robert, at Kingston. returned to
their home at Hastings last Monday.

Alliene O'Brien celebrated her
fifth anniversary one day last week
at her home on Orange avenue by
inviting a number of her little
friends to join her at games, refresh-
ments, etc. She received a tricycle
and numerous other nice birthday
gifts and all enjoyed a pleasant time.

Mr. and Mra. Otto Wehner and
children returned from iHenderson-
ville, N. C., Wednesday afternoon,
after a stay of nearly two months..
Mr. Wehner had been atiected for
some time with a cold which \wat
aggravated by the journey andl he
was obliged to go to hedl ,on reach-
ing home, suffering from aa attack
of pleurisy.

an, E. D. and E. J. Mills. This
quartet was particularly popular
and responded to several encores as
did the mandolin club, H. Erickson,
Will G. Nash, Geo. A. Main and W.
F. Thomason.
The long distance phone, with
Nevin McClellan, Monty Smiley and
Lewis Hamilton as actors, was an
interseting feature of the evening
and E. J. Mills added to the enter-
tainment by an exhibition of his
marvelous gift of spelling back-
wards. There was also a pleasing
run of moving pictures from the
Crystal theatre.
The part of middleman was well
done by Otis Pellicier and the end
men, R. D. Taylor, W. C. Smith, B.
F. Colyer, W. W. Wilder, James
Hammond, J. C Cabanis, Henry
Pollitz and Guy Hurd were excel-
lent. Mr. Smith, who was in charge
of the black face, covered himself
with glory in a special black face
appearance and elicited much laugh-
ter by his witty sayings and hits at
local places and people, as did Dr.
Wilder at the time of his coon song.
L. F. Forlow was electrician in
charge. The performance began
promptly and ran smoothly through-


HOLLY HILL, Aug. 19-On
Monday evening quite an interest-
ing event took place on the river
bank near the post office. A fish
fry was organized to celebrate the
launching of Chas. F. Wetherell's
latest addition to our fleet. The
boat was found partially embedded
in the the sand on the ocean

beach and was dug out. It
was brought across the river and an
engine installed. If the little craft
could its' own tale unfold it would
probably give an interesting des-
eription of its "life on the ocean
wave." as it evidently belonged to
some vessel from a foreign shore,
the seams being calked with cocoa-
nut fibre and shape is different from
most of the boats seen here. Origi-
nal poems for the occasion were read
by Mrs. Edmondson and Messrs.
Iichardson and Bill, who cleverly
described the finding and bringing
over of the boat, which now will be
known as the "Columbia."
Messrs. J. Henderson, of Iees-
burg, and H. Tyler, of Palatka, were
week end visitors with Mrs. Mann
and daughters.
Miss Zilpah Harris spent the week
in Daytona with her aunt, Mrs. W.
W. Carter.
Chas. Ballough left Sunday for
Washington, D). C.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Simonds
are visiting the latter's father, G.













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Physician and Surgeon
Special attention to diseases of the
ye, Ear, Throat and Nose. Office
nd residence. Magnolia avenue, 3rd
floor west of P. 0., telephone 82.
Oflce ours I a. m. o9 p. m.

Physician and Surgeon
Associated with R.O. Oooley, M. D.
Ipeeial attention given to diaeswa of
he Eye,. Eye, Nowe and Throat. Ofice-
bours Ito a. am., to4and7 to p. m.
lomeopathic Physician
No. 453 North Beach Street.
Office Hours, 12:30 to 2:30 and 6-00
to 7:30.
Telephone No. 122.

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Physician and Surgeon.
Office and residence: 123 So. Ridge-
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11 a. m., 2 to 4 and 6:30 to 8 p. m.

fitzgerald & Oates
Attorneys at Law
special Attention to Eiamining and
Perfeting Land Titles.
Conrad Block, DAYTONA, FLA.
Carv D. andis Bert Fish
Attorneys at Law
Praetcing in all State and Federal
Oourta. Cl or Crinnal business giv-
en careful atteatisoa. peai faces
for aves and perfecting titles.

Volusia County Abstract, Investment
and Title Insurance Company.
Abstractsh frntslh nd titles perfect-
ed. Ma Plts ad Blue Prints sp-
ued Brt Flsjpres; Carey D.Landis,
nee d TreasfrOpposite Volusta Co.
B ank. Deiaa/Pa.

D. ). & C. M. ROGERS
Civil Engineers

i (DAYTONA and
Offices MIAMI, FLA.

Daytona Office Established 1875 .

S.[ H. GOVE Daytona Private Hos-
Arcitect Builder and pital and Sanitarium
Arcitcct Bilder an Every aeelty forthepropertreatment
C ntand ere eof medcand sural a suic cases.
Contractor etrical appliances trained aurues
quiet surroundlags. BpeeLl attantloa
Residence and office, northeast cor- given toallpaltents- ms on appll-
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Phone 89. Daytona, Fla Physician in Charge.
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football, and basketball teams champions of Florida in 1909. Nearly a
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Seven Wonders

mytem' scepare Ocea Beachb.
One of Daytona c 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 Placi Pdludcd iaNlx 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 decked 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 poisch
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk str.g-
gling upward with his floundering load
he snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick and
span, their hamper and lockers bulging
with refreshments both solid an t 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 modern wonders.
The PFtceetgly Pcktresque 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 elfiwh 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.
Brpasa Bmeaty et Oe Cettage mes.
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 ol
another so do our homes differ in out-
ward appearance and structural beauty
from one another. There are no monoto
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings
but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps
the mind wondering "What next?"
Streets md Pavemeats the Most -ad Best.
Why the Architect of the Universi
chose to give to Daytona the most ad.
mirable, the most picturesque natural
setting of all the cities of the South is
not revealed but that such is a facl
must be apparent to the most superficia
observer. With such lavish wealth o
natural beauty it became an easy thin1
for the hand of man to give the Ilttli
finishing touches which have brought
out the colors and outlines of the bi1
Man did all this in the laying out o
the streets with their wide margins o
parkage, the entire city becomes a
great park
And as for pavements, pavement
that look and act like granite,-wher
else between the eastern ahd western
seas are so many miles in proportion t

inhabitants? Till some unheard-o
place reports more and better, Daytong
throws down the gauntlet to the world.
Squirrels. Flowers. Brds and Frits.
Whatever one's shortcomings ani
however indifferent or eve a callous on
may be to many things, the mere men
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds and
ruits" will send a thrill that is reflected
in distended pupils and pricked ears.
For every visitor with a spare "goc
ber" there is bunny ready to come on
and accept your gift. He will sit bol
upright and gnaw into the-meat. eastin
furtive, saucy glances at you meanwhile
Flowers! Usually fresh and bloomin
the year 'round. In one yard roses c
variegated hues predominate, another
has a penchant for the poinsettia an
the premises are aflame; another is hic
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, Da]
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 PFtest Astes And The Pitest Out.


The Marine Monster That Was
Thought to Cause Tidal Waves
The kraken was one of the sea mon
stern of old, and If all the stories told
about Its wondrous size and doings
are true It overshadowed the serpent
u much as the latter does the common
garter snake. An old writer says that
this marine giant caused tidal waves
by swallowing a goodly part of the
waters of the ocean and then belching
them out agaln. He also makes men-
tion of the fact that its gigantic horny
beak was often mistaken for mountain
peaks suddenly ahored Into sight by
the Internal convulsions of the earth.
Bishop Pontoppldan. a truthful mem-
ber of the Copenhagen Royal academy.
to much more conservative In his esti-
mates of its size, giving it as his opin-
Ion that they were seldom found more
than "the half of an Italian mile in
length and not larger In diameter than
the cathedral at The Hague."
He also says that its body was fre-
quently mistaken by sailors for an
Island, "so that people landed upon it
and were engulfed in a maelstrom of
water when the creature sank to its
hidden ocean den." Other authorities
testify that Its beak from the eyes to
the point "was longer than the main-
mast of a man-of-war."

The Sewing Machine.
The invention of the sewing ma-
chine is one of the most Interesting
evolutionary romances in the history
of human progress. Stone. Henderson
and Greenough had experimented ex-
tensively with the double pincher Idea.
one to seize the needle below and one
above. Hellmann used a double point-
ed needle, with the eye in the center.
and Thimmonler and Ferrand had in-
vented a chain stitch machine. In
1884 Walter Hunt originated the es-
tension arm Idea with a needle similar
to the one now In general use. but be-
fore he applied for his patent In 1854
he had been forestalled by Elias Howe.
who will always be known as the In-
ventor of the sewing machine. If
Hunt had not been so great a laggard
he might have won fame as an ln-
ventor, but Howe is entitled to all the
credit that has been given him. Like
all great inventions. however, the sew-
Ing machine was the product of many
minds.-New York Tribune.

Throwing the Shoe.
The peasants of southern France
have the credit of originating the fa-
miliar custom of throwing an old shoe
after the newly wedded pair. It was.
moreover, the rejected suitor who frst
made it popular. The peasant brl to i
conducted by her friends to her new
home, while the young husband is
made to halt a couple of hundred
yards from the house. If there Is a
rejected suitor he then arms himself
with an old wooden shoe and flings it.
with his best aim. at the bridegroom
as he makes a dash for the house.
k When the shoe is thrown it to under-
stood that the last feeling of iII will
has been flung away with it

An Easy One.
BI Bfuzz-If 1 had $3 and you asked
me to lend you two. how much would
I have left? Jubb-Oh. I know the
answer to that. You would still have
I left, granting It were possible that
Syou ever bad that much at one time,
'Lecause you wouldn't lend me any.
* Ask me something probable.-Path.
f Hinder.

One on Papa
Caller-Harold, when you get to be
the head of a family what will you
say to your children when they are
naughty? Harold-Oh, I'll do like
papa. I'll tell them how good I was
when I was a kid.-Chicago News.

Cheap Living.
She-I'm living on brown bread and
water to improve my complexion. He
-How long can you keep It up? She
-Oh. indefinitely. I guess. He-Then
let's get marrled.-Boston Transcript.

Result of Rashness
"Out of a Job. are you?" asked the
first girl. "Boss catch you flirting "
"No; I caught the boss. Say, whale
sort of a wedding dress do you think
Is real swell?"-Philadelphia Ledger.
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The Showman Always on the Alert
For an Advertisement.
One morning the newspapers an-
nounced that grave fears were enter-
tained for the safety of an agent of
Barnum's big show who had gone to
Africa to seek attraction for It In
their native iirs. News had come. It
was said. that he had last been heard
from In a predicament from which es-
cape was practically inmpossible. It
was a very sad piece of business alto-
Mr. Barnum was at a hb.tel to New
York city at the time. and there
a relative of the nufortunate agent
found him entertaining a squad of re
porters with a most Interesting version
of the African tragedy. The caller
knew his man and waited patiently
until the Interviewers had departed
Then he anxiously asked for news
"Oh. don't be worried." smid the
showman. "I've just got intelligence
that he's safe and sound and will be
back here in a few weeks."
"But he :as a gre:It imany friends
here." obJee'ted the visitor. "and this
report of his death will cause them
much sorrow."
Mr. Rarnum In lkedi solemn for au
instant. and then he chuc-kled. "Well."
he exclaimed cheerfully. "just think
of this-they'll be ill the happier when
he gets balk here alive."

Ii a (Cinausm wlab oer ImeSI
and peace in this world and the next
he feels obliged tohs majesty
the dragon as to where his house shall
be built ad his grave be made.
Through the earth, so say the Chinese.
flow two currents-the dragon and
the tier. Now, Sir a man to have
good fortune In life or, a be would
my In "pigeon English," to "catchee
chance," his house must be put In a
certain position n reference to these
currents. If he ts to rest quietly in
his grave, that also musEae correctly
placed. So called "wise men" make a
business of choosing favorable sites
for homes and graves, professing by
means of a wand and incantations and
other kinds of tomfoolery to be able
to detect the presence of the dragon
and the tiger and to tell In what dl
reaction they fow.


Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at
public auction on the SIXTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A. D., 1909, in the City
of Daytona, Florida. or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount
due for taxes, herein set opposite to the same, together with the cost of sue-h sale
and advertising.

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Maggie M. Jones...........east nll It of north 1-2 of.......... .
J. P. Turner ... .... lot 0. Thoupson's sul of part hlk 4
Eltlllr Oliv-er..... ..........lot Io. Bank sub of part blk 4.............
Mury A. Roeers ............east 4:7 ft of. ......................... 5
A..1. Hutchinson ........ north sl ft of east 2I ftof ........ ..2
.1. 1. Malev ....... .... .west -2 of south 1-2 of....... .... ....
H P B -ll .. .... ......... ......... .. .... ::
Sor:m K. I.-.wis...............north 1-2 of r east 1.4 It of. .. ............ ..
IDalitl Johnson .... .................. .......... ... .
K. Iaillinglutna .............north liI ft of east 1W!: It of. ........ .... I
.. H. Morgan .............lot 1. blfk 2. Porter" .atl)of .... .. 4.......4
'f.car P. -.-tt ...... ... lots ., ,. .7 blk 1, Kirk & Pellett's subof
west 2-S of........ ................ .......
E. P. IDavis .............. lot ::, blk 2. Kick & Pellett's ul of w 2-3 of. .6
Nellie- rrlffn .........lot 6. blk 2. I. T. Peck's suh of........ ...I
Ring haam & Thosmpson..... lots 4, 6 to 10. lk 2,to ..JaJ ks on's su of ::. 4, 5
Nont V. Haines.......... ots 11 to la1,lka k(l K. Jackson's sub of 3. 4.5
K. L. B-st ................uh of 19 Block 3 a, Colermans.............
Rebrtw a John.s-on........... s of I1 Block 3 a, Coleumans............ is
Eilzait Rlthardl'on...........giu tof1 RIBlock. a. Colilnnt .......... g
.I. W. Davis.................sub of 18 Block Ia, olemans ............ 7
Alex Hwinson.............. sul of 18 Block3 a. (tolemas ..... .......
J.. W. Wilkinson...........sub of 1I Block I a, Uolemansu.......... 24
.ioO. IAH Bouty.-.. ............e 175 ft of colemlns .................... -
Hugh IL. Armstrong... ..... It t of ('olemanua ............. ..... 21
Herbert V Taylor............Colmans............................... -2:., :7
(Geo W. Le-wis .......... .. (olemanna el. .................. ...... .... -
Willinlm .onts ............ Coluians. .................. .............6..a7
John S4te art .. ........ I) i) Rogers sub part of blk 57a ..... ....
HaI ....... ............. Lot I nd 2 and eastt 1o Ift of west 4 Hland
lot 9, and e '1 lot 11. It alk Rogcra rsuh pt 514
Mary A. StewarNt ..........lot 4.5, and eamt 10 ft lot 9. 10, and west 1-2
lot 11, hIlk 2, Roger'. sub of pt bIlk a......
0). U. Rolbinon ..............Rog-er sul of blk 6S-..........lot 1N. 19, i2, 21
Anna A. Stradamin ......l.udwig sub of pt lot I hIlk 32. ............
-n t Holton.................. .............. .
Josle !oolman .............west 72 ft of north 1I-; ft .................. 1
4'. M. Binghatb, Hr ......Ludwig suih of pt I lk ................ 2
E. Rose Harden............ Shantz sub of....... ........ 161
Kva 4'. Hartwell...........outh 1-. of w 1. It of e I) ft of............ 21
L. F. teere .............. .................. ................... I
Mary A. Rogesra...........north S ft of lot ..........................7.
R. It.('owan heirs ...south 5t ft of north I. ft..................... 7,
W R. l son ....................... ........ .. .... .... ... .. ...... .f 4
Lcy 'anty.. ...... south 15 ft of lots 1 and 2, north 1-2 lot 3 htlk 1.
Weaver sub of..... ........ ................., 15
Mrs. I,. Rotlwrts......... lots 4, 5. 6 blk 1. Weavters sub of ....... 1,, 15
Idan Wllliaams. .........east 1-2 lot a llk I. ............. 15
V'. D. Jackson ...........lot 12 of Weaver'ssub of.....................lIt, 15
V. H. 4'ooman .............lot I, blk 3, Weaver's sub of................ l, 15
Jerry Harrison ........... lots 1 and .3. Weaver'ssub of.............. lo, 1
Muslae Jones............. lots 9 and 3. Weaver's sub of ....... .10.1
(t'hs. Pride .. ....... .lot 14. A. Alith sut of P 2-3 of ... ....... I1
M. Lyle............. .....lot 1, blk 4. Wall's sub of w 1-3 of....... 12. t, 14
laura E. Wall ......... lot 6, blk I, Wall' sub of w 1-3 of.....12. 13.14
W. H. PIckett ...........lot S, tlk I, Wall's sub of w 1-.3 of.......12. 13. 14
<'. .teveins......... ....... lot 9, ak 1. Wall's subof w 1-s of...... .. 12., 14
Robt. Williams.. ....... lots N a IN. ,k I. Wall's sub of w 1-3 of 12. 13, 14
Mitche-ll Jones... .......lot t3, bik 1. Wall's sub of w 1-3 of......12. 13, I
Mafroi, TeLgu..e..... ... lot 3~ki hk I. Wall's sub of w 1-3 of .... 1.3, 1
Lulu Thompson..........lotw 35. at. alk 2. Wall suh w -3 of...ll. 2t. 1. 114
('lins. 'Neal ...... ..... lots a.. 19, alk 2, Wall sub w 1-s3of...1, i. 12 14
I. G. Gr.ishy.............lot 43, Iak 2. Wall sub w 1-3 of.... ...l. 12, 13. II
.ohn H. Tatumn.. .. ...lt 44. alk 2. Wall sul w 1-3 of. ....11. 12, 13. 14
4h'o. Allen........ ...... lot ,3. blk 2. Wall sub w I- of........ 12. 1, 13. 14
Alnml .lordtia ........... lot 3, balk 3, Wall sul w I-:tof.... .11. 1,14
W. (iotnney..............lot 9. I, k a. Wall sub w 1-3 of.. ... 11, 12. 13, 14
Kli Hall ............. lots 2l. 22., hk 3, Wall subl w 1-3 of...11, 12. 13, 14
Amanda Deknmark....... lot 5. bLlk I. ttrene sub of pt of..
Ilahl (olli-er................ 2- of lot ht, ,blk 1 ,lree-*ne sul of pt of
.I no A. Rryaut. ... ...... n il n ftof Im) feet of lot a-. lik 1. (irellne sub
TPionausli Me'l anih-ls .....I5ot lk 2, ;rrne sublof pt htlk .......
M. Hargrove........ .....lot 13. blLk 2, Greene sub of pt talk .......
('lnr .Jones... .......'otis 1,2, hlk 2, Greene sub of pt blk .
Maullle Jacks'ao.........lot 23. talk 4, Greene8 sub of pt lk ..........
Ma;y Mteadows ..... .....lot s 1-3 of lots 27. I2, I.blk 4. pt b1lk.......
Addle Moor. .............lots II. I. hlk 5.r (reene sub pt talk .. ..
J. HH.H rookie .. ... lot a. Pratts subof .. .................. I
u.ian Bntler ... .... .lot 22. Pratts sub of........... ...........
MUnte I...luckson ........lot 3 and 15. Hiusky's sub of................2
Mrs. Mci'leudl B rthune..!ot 5. Hlnskey*'s sub of. ..................1, 2
Viola R ldhiick ..............lot 17. ...... 2
Ida Blanchard. ... .lot 2. ** ..... ........... .2
M.ole... .. ...... .. .lots 21.27. 2, Hllskyv subolUf ...... ... .2
Kmnanu EK ersol ..... ....lots 32 and :. ". .... .. ..... .
MzlInl I.. JaLkson. ... lot 34. "* ........ ......2
Alex Moore................ ots X- and W. ........... 1.2
Iora Whittleld....... .lot 4, -" ...... .. 2
R uldolf & Quilg......... east 11) It of n 13: ft and W~52 It of e i14m ft of
north IM ft of ........................ lo
Ada Blocker .......... lot IL blk 2,.4. K. .lackson'. sub of ... 3. 4.5
Leoh Zande-rs.. ........lots I and 2, hlk 1, Edlnondson's sub of .. 6
c'harlott Ewards......lot 7, lk I, 'lark's suof ..............
Martha A. Johnson......lot 11, talk 1. *. .' ...... ....
(kid Fellows Hall .. ....east 1-2 of lot la, lk 2, ('lark's ,su of ......
i. I. Bullardl..........west 1-2olefast i1- of lot Io. Poppel'l sub of
south 1-of north 1-2 of. ................. .. 4
Mr4'loants.... .. ..soutb a) It of east 11l ft of lot !, KEdmioaodslolt'
suh Of south l-2 of........................4....
Le'i is Johlison4i ........east .a ft of w Il rft of a 175 ft of lot I blk 1 Kd-
ulondson's sulat of south 1-2 of ....... .........4.I
Nora .. N.-lson...... north l--2of w ft of lot I. Kdmou1. ondson,' sula
of south l-2of..... ....... .................. .
P'rrvy Murray ........ot lot k i. lKthaontLdou'- -ub of south 1-2of 4
Henry Mce'iure ..... .lot 4. tlk 1. .. .
Anitai Hu hls urd.... lot blk I. ..
VirginlL Ia j'........... lot I talk 2. -- .. 4
Pauttl Waton. ... .. ....-t ll ft of north t of .......
.'lery Mct'oinlck.... lot 3, tlk I, Ludwig' sulb of part of ..... .. .I
YW. 1K. naimpso, .......lot, t blk I.. .. ..........
Fr:lank Ht .............lot 12, talk 2 .. ..... .
I..Iks ........lots 13, 14, lk2 .. ... ....
l.lluk ('ox .........lot 1. talk 1
I'. H. 'o.-llla ..... lot 4. alk .. .....
Josh. ('ooman ....... lot 5, ,lk 3. ......
.los'lphline .Illohson. Jrlot7. hlk ** .. .....



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Sirlrst Pub. .July '21; Inat pulb. sept. It.
Notice to Non-Resident.
In the e-nth Julit-iaal 'lrcuit inl
and for Volusla onlyl.
1'. A. nHliti r. (Complaiinnt.
Benjamin Maisotl, individ-
ually and as Trus-tt-. I.oli;
K. Mason. Willialn K.Cnr--
well. Klmira L. Cirswell.h
t;araeeThuruanll anid K. K.
Thurruan, Harah J. Woltz.
individually andl as Asslg-
nt fot 4'. ('. Mutton, t'. 4'.
Huttou aud .. H. Williants
audall other lwr.ons clani -
lug as heirs. adtillistrni-
tors. exu-tltor. or zt.isigl.
of any of the fort'goiiln
piwrsou I efe'tndtnts.
To Williami KR.'rswelll. l'licira L. C':air-
well, (race Thurnian amnd K. tH. Tihuri;aul..
Miarnh J. Wolz. Individually and ti nstsi1gnt-.
of'..'. .utton. 4.. l.utton and S. H. Wil-
linms and all other persctaswl lailniii Its
heirs, astldniinstnators, x e.tutors or ( sl i*L
of any of the' fore'going ptr.soll..
You're h.rt'rely required to appear to thr.
Bill olf oinplulit iltl lfrr h-iurn aganilst nL in
the above **-tltit-el -auils.' on or t.Ifor, th.'
4th day of 4k-tolb-r. A. It.. IaP.
"'The LDnytona inaze-tte' Ne-w-" i- ha,-r.-lv
dersllnItd as the' newaipar'r il which this
orde-r shall I* puhllshed once a wetek
for eight cou6>.eutive' we'k-k.
Witness ilny hand and stl of of tfie- t lhi
03rd day ol J.lly. A. D.. 1%i9.
ct'lrk 'irc-lit court .
Fitgerruld & ath t-.
Molicitors for t('onipluhinant.

Mrs. W. W. Alcott, Maager.



Open from May to October.
routing the Atlantic (wcrean.
large pleasant rooms. Modern
unveniences. Rates reasonable.
special to families.
wtomaI e& c. toreida.



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If you present a better of credit at
oae et the great banks tn Paris, like
the Credit Lyonnais, an usher in livery
reeeives you In a splendid parlor like
the solon of a palace and ids you be
seated in a sumptuous chair. Present-
ly he brings you a cheet made out for
the amount you demand for your sig-
nature. A quarter of an hmor later he
brings you the cash on a silver tray.
You do not come In contact with the
clerical force or see the inner work-
ings at all. If you wish to cash a local
check or get a bill changed you go to
another waiting room. where an usher
hands you a brass disk with a number
stamped on it. As each number is
called by a crier the holder steps to a
window and transacts his business.
As the numbers are called In French
it Is quite essential to understand the
language to that extent anyway.

The Deed Lark&
In Batachtstan even the wires gio
mad I Bhis book. -The Fronti-rs or
B aleh tano" G. P Tate writes- 'The
ahepberds give a strange reason for
the epidemic of- rable. Aeornline It
them. It was caused by the wild I*austu
eating dead larks. In sonl- yea-rs
they smid, the larks develop extraordi
nary vitality and pour forth such a
flood of songs as they rise on the wing
that they become suffocated and falD
to the ground dead A wild animal
which eats one of those dead birds in
variably develops rabies. This is a
Widespread superstition and seems not
unfamiliar to the natives of India who
were with me."

A Butchers' Common.
Wtlliam. earl of Warren. Ia thi
tiue of King John. while standing
upon the castle walls saw two bulls
fighting n the castle meadow till al.
Sthe butcher dogs pursued one of the
maddened bulls quite through the
town The sight pleased the earl so,
much that he gave the castle meuad
ows. where the duel of the bulls be
gan. for a common to the butchers of
the town, after the first grass wait
mowed, on condition thai they should
ind a mad bull the day six weeks he
fore Christmas day for the contlnin
ance of that sport forever.-London

Fine Crops.
"Do you raise anything worth while
to your garden?' said the visitor from
the city.
"I should say so." answered Mr
Croslots. "It's the best place for fish
Ing worms In the entire village"-
Washington Star.

Plain Talk.
"I think abe's double faced."
"Oh, don't my that! One fate like
hers I bad enoughr"-Comic uts.

Obwsrvant but Not Penitent.
Barton had been very naughty sev-
eal times, when spanking had been
of no aval, and I decided a scolding
might produce the desired results. So
I drew him down beaide me and began
to eason gently with him. With his
great brown eyes mixed on my face he
appeared to be listening Intently. Much
pleased with the result of my plan, I
was congratulating myself when he
suddenly Interrupted me.
"Say, auntle," he remarked solemnly.
"you wink nearly every time you speak.
don't your--Delineator.
Berlin boasts that Unter den IAnden
Is the broadest actual street to be
found in any great city. It is 215 feet
wide. Other noble thoroughfares are
the Ringstraase, in Vienna. I8 feet;
the Paris Grand boulevards, 1=2 feet.
and the Andrassystrasse in Budapest.
155 feet wide.


Legal Notices

S Fir' t pub. Aug. 7; last ,pub. t--pt. .i.,
IIl County J Ulg&'t (Court.,
Volusia t'ounty, Forida.%
In the matter of the *state of rantlcis I;.
Goddard. d wea.ud.
Notice is heTe-hy given to all cnt'ltlors.
lh'gateesI. and allt pwrons having ally (Ic-
ilmands against the 'satute- of raInes r J. 4rail-
dardl. dcea*Md. to preraet the .anll*a to th*
unlfdrsiut-uc! sitlhin th- tilrun- ipri,-ir ilf-d hy
law. or the saiume will iw hurrtld.
KEerutrix. with t itl \Vtl Annlex- tl.

a standas

President Vice-Pres.

BRAoI n BA ')HF VO.I'SIA (1ouNr
Capital StockE ..................... .. ....
Surplus and Profits .. ....................
Four per cent interest paid on Savigs a
tificates of Dtlpo,.it. No INtice requni


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.............. 50,000
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accounts and Time Cer-
red for withdrawals.

Effective June 17, 19

in Buffet Pa.lor carn
on trains 29 and 7 be-
icksunville and Miamb

an Bufflet sleeper be-
%ew York and KnigBts
r A. I.. Line north at
vile fs handled on tnains

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SWTba. TIE TABLES shbow the vinw. at ich 3 iiansmy v he exrecrtd l otariiN at andl drpAst tfom t"
vegegl daboaes but their artrival"r J.dp.arture at iiii tuftio anesANd i% UW gaurAWAol.. med t 1 4 hM t:uSpmrY
to h Ldt Etmponsibte for any Jelay .r any cu rncarrr m gbn thrrcui.
L D. IINER.Gencral Passenger Agent ST. AUGUSINE. 19.I)RIDA

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is the standard, and the Fish, Fruits and Vegetables beai,
that brand are all guaranteed to be the finest in the la& -
You never run a chance of getting a pig in a bag whba



S Mrs..Celeste-1inks, Proprietress, Daytona Beach, Fla.
I Are you going t Sqgo to rlit- Daytona Ieach Hotel.

Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.



1 Now that the rush of the winter amiB. Wer, hw is jowr atu
S Stationery? The GazettewN Sj-~pii Imtb i yo atm
.st<-k and the finest work at rea"aSfaM t. S.ee Sm bdm pe
S your next order.

Wouldn't It Make -

You Mad

after you had carefully searched and
dearly paid for canned goods sup-

posed to be the best. to find upon
opening them that they proved to be
of ordinary and infero'r quality; or
a "pig in a bag."
When buying canned goods you do it on th
see the inside of the can, therefore be sure to get


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