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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Daytona gazette news
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Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: September 4, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
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Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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THE


DAYTONA


GAZETTE-NEWS.


Vol. 21, No. 15 oe. everywhere. Re..ch Al, cl.. Daytona, Floridp, September 4, 1909. v-t uag. mei n i. Pric

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Pictures.


Any customer purchasing $?.oo worth of Gro-
ceries for cash. I will sell a handsome framed pict-
ure, your own selection out of one hundred and fifty
subjects, size 23x27, for only 59 cents.


A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME


to desolate your lhonies. You don't have to buy
$2.oo 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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The North Beach Street Grocer. 'PHONE 19.


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business. Electrical repairs re-
ceive special attention. Those
who employ us never worry about
our charges, and they know be-
fore engaging us that our work-
manship will be the best.

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Phone 83


R, J. MAIY.V, Manager.


WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING
iUng a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin 1Jloof, a Hot Air Furnace,
ftly of the other metal ne'cessities retliired to comnilete a modern 0
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A Trucker Who Sees the Benefit Two Games Will Be Played Wed- Agitation of the Matter Now in


SPECIAL T(-)WEL SALE
Owing to the late arrival of a shipment of one hundred dozen Towels
which we- should have received early in the spring, but arrived after our
season is over. we will hold a .lSPECIAL TOWEL SALE in order to close
out the entire let. Tihe'se towels are first-class in every respect and are well
worth 121' r.nts. Ibut we must get rid of them and will close out the entire
100 dozen at :3 for 2."' cents or .95. a dozen. Do not fail to ge at at towels
you ltied at this ridiculuily low price. Se the window display.

THE PECK -HENDRICKS COMPANY.


the W. C. T. F. was held Aug. 27th
:t the home of Mrs. Keech, who,
with her mother, Mrs. Bowles, hos-
pitably served refreshments during
the closing half hour social.
This was a "Mother's Meeting"
and the instructive talks by Mrs. II.
G. Porter and Mrs. Julia Bowler,
also the selections read by Mrs.
Mayne, Mrs. White and Mrs. Ken-
nard relating to the care of babies
and tie education of children, were
full of wise suggestions.
An interesting number of the
program was the initiation as White
lilbbon Recruits of little Virginia
Chowuing and wee Marjorie Rose
Edwards.
One of our White Ribbon Re-
cruits, Master Merwin Porter, den -
onstrated how this department
could he educational by a short ret"*
tiou which told a long story of a
drunkard's downfall. The babies
present were honored by the reading
,f a poem addressed to themi by the
secretary. They smiled and waved
their chubby lists in appreciation.
With Mrs LaVlerne ~dwards plai-
ing the accompaniment, the men.-
hers'aud visitors joined in singing
most enthusiastically a song com-
posed by Mrs. Lillian C. Keech, en-
tiiled "Temperence 'Tis of Thee."


Improvement of Rcsidenc4,

ulakig r-o111 v0lv ery uttiva'ble iHl-
~.~..... in tcl, ,. t i..: kn awn a-.; t ,e


nesday, Sept. 8th, One


Hands of Committee From


of Them at Night. The City Council.
The advance agent of the Chick- Alderman E. J. Mills, who has
asha Indian Baseball Club, while been an enthusiastic and persistent
here last week, arranged with Man-! worker for the improvement of the
ager W. G. Nash for two games City Island, gained a strong point
with the Daytona team to he played and inserted the opening wedge
the afternoon and evening of Sept. toward that object, when, at the
8th. The game for the afternoon council meeting last week, he se-
will be called at 3:30 and that at cured the appointment of. a comn-
night at 7::o. mittee from the council to raise
Both will be interesting games, funds for the purpose of filling in
for while the Indians are profee- the island. It was also ordered at
sional players and claim to have that meeting that the refuse and
met with no defeats the Daytona trash hauled from the streets of the
boys should be able to make them !city be dumped upon the marsh


work for their victries.
The night gam will be of special
interest, is it wile the first thing
of the kind ever witnessed in this
section. The club carries its own
lighting system, using c(O Oce -ndle
power lamps, which is claimed
makes the diamond as light as day.
The club is said to be composed of
full-blooded Indians of Oklahoma.


to be Derived From System
of Hard Surfaced Roads.
Tihe Orange City correspondent
of the DeLand News throws herself
into a fit over the resolutions adopt-
ed by the Elorida East Coast Auto-
mobile Association favoring bond-
ing the county for good roads. The
correspondent says that ''the Auto
Association is a rich one and I don't
know one man in it who is not a
millionaire." If that were true there
would be a lot of millionaires in
Daytona and a few in DeLand too.
The1correspondent seems to think
that hard roads are only used by
automobiles and does not stop to
reason that every mile of hard road
built in Volusia county is more of a,
benefit to the farmer, the trucker or
the orange grower than it is to the
automobilist. It costs money and
lots of it to transport produce over
sand and mud roads, and the
saving in this item alone would pay
for the roads in a few years.
The man who is so fortunate, or
unfortunate, as to own an automo-'
mobile can get along without hard
roads, for if he does not have them
he don't need to go out, but the man
with produce to get to market has
to go, and the better the road the
more he can haul and the quicker
turn his produce into money.
The correspondent winds up her
article by saying: "Voters of Vo-
lusia county, you want to get busy
now and look at this question up
one side and down the other, and
make up your minds whether-you
want to be a cat's paw for a set of
millionaires or not."
Yes, the voters of Volusia county
should look up this question, and
we are not afraid but what they will
vote to lift themselves out of the
sand and mud.to a system of hard
roads that would mean more to Vo-
nlsia county than the advent of its
tirst railroad. A TKIRCKEK.

W. C. T. U. Meeting.
The regular monthly meeting of'


land of the island to assist in the
fill, which it will do to a consider-
able extent in the course of time.
Mr. Mills is, very naturally, chair-
man of the committee, which con-
sists of himself and Aldermen E. T.
Conrad and G. A. Klock. It is Mr.
Mills' idea, in order to make the ex-
pense as light as- possible, to cut
out, for the present, all bulkhead-
ing or retaining wall and merely
fill the center or marsh part
to the level or a little higher than
the outside barrier, or the highest


ueseu o some cies i as een annmos
,..,. natural point, (the island consists
entirely eliminated from Daytona of a narrow sand or shell barrier,
and that is the objectionable bill encloing a large piece oLlow marsh
board. We still have some that land, covered with onl the usual
could well be dispensed with to the marsh grasses) leaving this outside
marsh grasses) leaving this outside
pleasure of townsman and tourist. rise or shore of the island on a
Advertisers consider that a conspic- gradual slope to receive and con-
uous bill board is a means of edu a the wash of the waves a
bat the wash of the waves at high
cation but along some lines we do ate
not desire to be educated. Shrub- H a i. i m
He also thinks it might add to
bery and flowering plants will help the attractiveness of the place to cut
to advertise a town where a bill a channel across the island from
a channel across the island from
board advertises a single company. east to est an e e in
Now during the arm weather it east to west and excavate in the
is mos iorn the w athgrocer it center an artificial lake, perhaps one
is most important that groceries, hundred, feet in diameter. This
fruit stands and meat -markets be hundred feet in diameter. This
t tns a ea t t. he would form a nice, shallow pool
kept in a cleanly condition. We with good, hard bottom, according
are glad to see edible things pro-to D.. gers, who knows the
tested from the dust and precau- formation of the island and who
tions taken to keep flies from them. it is undulated with coquina
If your market man is keeping his rock. The soil from the exca-
shop well screened and cleanlv, r. Th s f t
shop well screened and clear nl. ovation could be used to advantage
show him that you appreciate his .
e orts in tilling elsewhere on the island.
SeffortsA large artesian well might be put
A bill that is of interest to the
A bill that is of interest to the down in the center of this poor for
parents of school children has been fountain purposes a or
e te Se g r e fountain purposes and for supply-
before the State Legislature the ing drinking water for visitors to,
past session. It aims to protect the i n we,
health of school children and tothe island which, when properly
improved, is destined to be a favorite i
prevent the attendance of tubercular improve, as de tobes favo
lounging place for tourists much of
children. Interesting data has been i t ,
the t.me in the winter, for from that
collected as to how many children point they may enj a panorama
with tuberculosis in the family view o the business portion
have attended the -public s..hools view of the business portion of
have attended the- public stI s Beach street. It womld also afford
and what was the physical status
a good children'& playground, keep
and grade work of these children. a g(x, re playground,
''his bill would benefit especially ing them off the streets and from
his bill wouldthe danger from automobiles.
the colored children as tuberculosis
Of course what is done will de
is more prevalent among their race.,
is prlt a g teir e potend largely upon the reception ac-
The city park, now rising quite
S. corded the project by the business
distinctly before our (mental vision. e i Ia
.men and citizenss in general anud
although it is culy an emrvyo park el w li ited the a of
at present, can he made ne e ,of the l t a
monev the committee s able to col-
most delightful spots in the cit-. lei f the purpose, ut is to colm
e ae a r lect for the purptae. but this matter
There are many ready t, hell, with .
Shas lain d(irwaut so long that many
the good work and though it may
.-1orlc% wvilt be glad to see a start
be some time before the plans can op will e glad to see a start
h merged out in their Iliv anade toward improving the island,
be carried out in their entietv vein matter how humble and the
Sworkn n matter how humble, and tihe
iby working towmnl a idefiniita 1, ,T ,
Saetoward ette-News which has long advo-
and doing as imuch as we can, verV .
an g as ui e i, heated the measure wishes this co(.m-
decided results can he acoin,,lished a
within the next few months ittof improvement a full awa
ure of success in their undertaking.
..Already some of the iliineas are
We make all kinds of,fancy brick showing their desire to forward the
for decoration. Call and see u improvement of the island. Staples
Pearl Grit Artificial Stone Co., Cutten have offered to donate the
Cor. of line and Earl St., pipig for a three-inch well and the
tf Seabreeze, Fla. Adam Schantz t'omuiany, tlhrought
-.. -. Manager E. 1. (Gunu, ihavi- put for-
W a-I thet linr( Iiti[,tn of lighting the
iS..laun f,,r the *-..,cession i,f an
eh. lcti-higu ,ii their own, wh, h
thle' wci ulaiike in it M it an orna-


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THE DAYTONA GAtl I t L-NEWS The Library Approach.
PUBLTT8IHED EVERY SATURDAY The work of building the ap- | l ITS.
T. B. FZOERAL Eito preach to the public library from 9
T. FIT, r the river bank north of the city hall
has been commenced, and C. M. .**** ** .**************
THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY Rogers, who has charge of the mat- Judge J. Lee. McCrory was in the
(INCORPORATED) ter, says it will be now carried to tity from DeLand, yesterday. I
--. 'completion. Pine piles are to be Dr C. C. Bohannon was a Dupont ;
Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. used as a foundation upon which a visitor Wedneslay on pr, f-sional
concrete roadway will be built. business.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. This will be a sluable and much
One copy one year.. ........1.50 needed improvement and comes as The there masted oil and gas
One msix months.............75 a donation from James A. Gamble, schooner, Emily B, passed up the
One copy three months ..........40 Cincinnati, wh has een very river Wednesday.

SATURDAY, SEP MBER 4, 190 liberal at all times in support of the W. J. Bethel is assisting in pr -,
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, tf1909 l a tie
library. paring the stock for the sale at the
wIMoore Bio. Co. store
East Coast rights. Wedded in Idaho. E. T Conrad has had a nat
A report hasjust been made to PORT RANA clipping from the Pocatillo anin rigged over theater dec
the United States engineer of this ) ,(Idaho) Tribune of August 27th of his ruisige yacht, the Jean.
(the sixth) light house district, who PORT ORANGEi Sept. 2--Mrs. states that Ernest Avis and Mi ss I
has his headquarters at .Charleston, Milburn returned home Tuesday of Mavme Dillingham were married There has been a regular exodus
F. C., to the effect that all of the last week from her summer outing there August 2 th and would leave of be:ch people d late owing to the
first order lights from Charleston to in North Georgia. She. is very the 28th for Jerome, Idaho, where' fact that most of the visitor are
Jupiter, Fla., have now been equip- much improved in health, they will make their future, home. either truck or fruit growers who
ped with incandescent oil vapor ap- Mr. Storm received a car of lum- Miss Dillingham is the daughter must get hon e in order to look after
paratus. ber last week for Mr. Vinzant's of Mr. and Mrs. E. Dillinghan. of the planting and growing of their
This mode of illumination re- house, this eity, and Ernest Avis. a crops.
quires only one-fifth as much oil as Mr. and Mrs. Palmer arrived from steady, industrious young ma- who
was needed in the old lamps and New York Tuesday of last week. was born and raised in this iigh- SUPERSTITIONS.
the light given is much more power- They think of wlcating here if they borhood, went to school with Miss h P t Ti an prtntR
S M They Play at Times an important Role ,


ful. The light is ot a brilliant
white and can be seen at a distance
of about twenty-four nautical miles.
The light is effected by the heat-
ing of the oil to aw very high in-
tensity, and a mantle is used with
fuses. As the new lights only con-
sume one-fifth the amount of oil as
the former lights the saving is most
material. Not only is this so in the
cost of the oil, but in its delivery.
The new lights are made at
Thomkinaville, Staten Island. In
order that keepers may thoroughly
understand the handling of the new
apparatus just installed between
Vharleston and Jupiter, the lampist
at Charleston makes a stay of
cae week at each station to in-
struct the keeper. The old lamps,
however, are still retained, so in
case anything should happen to the
new lamps the old ones would be
immediately put in service.
The first order lights from Char-
leston to Jupiter are as follows:
Charledton, Tybee, St. Augustine,
Mosquito Inlet, Cape Canavarel and
Jupiter Inlet. The next move will
be made North, where the lights at
Cape Romain and Cape Fear will
be installed with the oil vapor ap-
paratus. The work will be com-
pleted in about a week or ten dayp.


( KINGSTON

KINGSTON, Sept. 2-The real
estate deal that has been so long
pending Between Wiley Melton and
the Bainter esate, is coasumated,
the deeds having been recently ex-
changed between the parties, and
we suppose the Melton family will
soon move from the place which has
long been their home to the newly
acquired property west of Kingston
* depot on Main street.
E. W. Livingston has sold the lot
purchased from Mrs. Russell, to
Mrs. Miles Lastinger for a cash con-
sideration..
James Barber, from the south
gulf coast, has rented one of the
Cowan houses on Ridgewood avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Harper are
sojourning on the beautiful Daytona
beach.
Mrs. A. A. Robert is visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Carter.
at Byrd, near Hastings.
The third quarterly conference of
the Kingston M. E. church was held
last Sunday. Rev. E F. Ley, elder
of Miami district, presiding.
The Kingston ball team played
the third game of a series with New
Smyrna at Ormond Thursday, re-
sulting in a score of 8 to 2 in favor
of Kingston.
There was an ice cream social at
The Ferndale on Tuesday evening
last. Ice cream and cake, were sold


can find a place to suit then We
hope they may.
Mrs. Revells, of Holly Hill, is vis-
iting Mrs. E. F. Mc.Donalld.
Mr and Mrs. Winner vis*td her
parents Saturday.
Sunday W. L. McDonald went to
Oak Hill with Mr. Abercrombie.
J. F. Vass died Sunday morning
after a very short illness. Mr. Vass
wasoneof our oldest inhabitants,
having come here fifty-one years
ago with his parents and having
lived here ever since. His is sur-
vived by his son, Chauncey, an
adopted daughter, )liss Bessie
Wheeler, a brother, Richard, and a
sister, Mrs. Simmons Bennett. of
Daytona. The funeral services were
held in Port Orange Monday morn-
ing and interment was made in
Pinewood cemetery, Daytona. He
will be very inuch missed, as he
was widely known all over the
county.
Tuesday a large gang of convicts
began work on Herbert avenue west
of the railroad.


Card of Thanks.
We desire to extend our most
sincere thanks to the many friends
who ministered to us so generously
in our recent bereavment. We
deeply feel the kindness shown in
the many beautiful floral offerings
and other manifestations of sym-
pathy shown us by friends.
BESSIE WHEELER,
CllaurAu v J. VAss.


Dillingham and worked for several
years in the Daytona Novelty Works
for Mr. Dillingham May the future
hold happiness and prosperity for
them.

Roads Improved.
Commissioner W. D. Bradshaw
accomplished some good road work
in this district recently by means of
the convict gang, which was at
work in this vicinity last week.
Ridgewood avenue, through Kings-
ton, has been nicely leveled up and
Front street from Daytona to the
Holly Hill line has been built up
and improved, while the county
road from Washington avenue,
Holly Hill, to Tomoka settlement
has been' corduroyed from the
Allen grove to the scrub ridge and
the grade raised on top of that,
which should make it passable at
all times. Their last work here was
on the Port Orange road.

Now Getting its Due.


The Jacksonville Times-Union re-
cently in speaking of the automo-
biles drivers killed in the races at
Indianapolis and Savannah, com-
pared the results bf those races with
the several international contests on
the Daytona Beach, where only one
life has been lost and said that evi-
deptly tie broad and nearly level
santIs of the Atlantic beaches of
Florida, where there is no obstacle
to long motor courses, are the
proper places for such speed trials.
To all of which the Gazette-News
heartily agrees and is further glad


DeLand Man Kills Daughter. to note that the Times-.Union now
Deandspeaks of the race course here as
Del nd, Sept l-The relatives the Daytona Beach course, which is.
and many friends of Albert Marsh rictly true and proper.
were shocked to hear that he had
accidentally fatally shot his 4 year Waterworks Soon Completed.
old daughter, Eva, this morning. The various connections ka
Mr. Marsh is a prominent stock about all been made at the h
man in this vicinity, living on lake waterworks plant and the water
Ashby, and has several relatives in will probably be turned into the
this city.robably be turned into the
this city. mains next Monday.
He arose about daylight to go out Supt. W. 0. Lumpkin says they
and move a flk o sheep and ap will have completed their contract
opened to notice~h~t his ritle, which wil have completed their contract
pened to noieh t his ritle, which aet week, several weeks ahead of
was standing i the corner, as ir d te and will then
1 w4 .their si ecilied time and will then
dirty. lie took it out on the porch go to North Carolina, provided
to wipe it off, while his wife was nothing need ccurs, although
preparing breakfast. lie did not he still has suom business to do;
notice that the rile was cocked, and in this State With the exepti
in some way it discharged the! e r.. I
in some way it discharged, the of a little labor trouble at the start,
bullet going through the window of everything has worked a. t very
the bedroom and striking the little s i e biig of
..laincthly in the building of this
girl in the hip. She was asleep in plant.
bed, and died in about half an hour A wo wl h
p 1. (,. A. Itain. who will hold the.
The suddeni death was caused by the position o superintendent and en-
bullet severing a large artery, the gineer ol the plant. is already es-'
bleeding of which could not betablithed with his wife in the dwell-
stopped before help arrived. ing adjoining the power house,
i having recently removed there from
SDaytona street where he has resided
ave Added Civic Department. foursome time. Mr. Main is a col-
The ladits of the Seabreeze Sew- lege graduate, a practical engineer;
ing Circle have added a Civic D.- Iani mnaehinist with) a lra~ rfunir t ,


SIn Human Atfairs.
When Sir Charles Napier had con-
quered Mehemet Ali. he iouid it im-
possible to force or cnax the wily
Egyptian into signing the treaty which
only would make his vritory effec-tive.
SHe had nineteen interviews with
Mehemet. in which the l aiisilt nin by
turns argued. flattered ai1t threatened
his antagonist. who listened l;a after
dayevith the same immllovahble. smiling
countenance.
One day Sir Charles in speaking of
England ,said casually that it "was
governed by a lucky woman." A
strange dash passed over the pasha's
countenance, but he made no answer.
As soon as Napier had gone Mehemet
sent for the English consul, who was
an Egyptian. and demanded:
"You were in London when the Eng-
lish queen was crowded. Were the
omens bad or good':"
"All good."
"You think that good luck Is writ-
ten on her forehead '"
"I did not think ulmu the matter be-
fore, but now that you ask me I be-
lieve that it is. When she asked Allah
to help her in her work. her eyes ran
over. Allah loves the innocent." -
"No doubt of that." said Mehemet
anxiously. "She must be lucky."
Early the next morning he sent for
Sir Charles and signed the treaty.
English power and English cannon he
could brave, but not "the luck" writ-
ten upon the forehead of a good wom-
an whom he had never seen.
General Gordon's remarkable Influ-
ence over the Chinese was Int a large
degree due. it Is stated, to their belief
In his extraordinary luck. Daring the
Taiping rebellion he was followed by
an arqy which did not comprehend
either his ability or his religious zeal.
but which telleved that be was pro-
tected by an Invisible being who led
them to victory. No sword could
wound him or bullet kill. A'certain
black ebony cane which he carried was
supposed to he' the magic talisman
which brought him victory, and (:en-
eral Gordon was shrewd enouLrh al-


FAIR EXCHANGE.

A New Back for an Old One. How it


Can be Dome In Daytona.


suey uovetailed eads.
Any leading manufacturer
can furnish them. If your
dealer cannot supply you
writh to the


Tihe back aches. at tin'*"s with a ii;ull. _k i_ iS
Th. k ..-h ,,, .th ,. "S OCAL.A BOX CO.
inildesribablle feeling, making you weary ___
and restless; piering pI:tns sh.iot ar. .~' -_, Z C. Chambliss, Pres. Ocala Fa.
the region of the kidneys. and again the
loins are so lam ne to stiop is .agony. JUIy: l-l"t
o use trub or a lar to th University of F ida Florida Stte eg
tback in this condition. You cannot iv siyo or loria Stte Co
reach thl cause. Exchange the had Gainesvilc, FForia. FOR WOMEN.
back for a new and stronger one. An Institution of tht First Rank, sup- FTOSR WO F, N.
Dayton residents would do well to prfit ported by State and Federal Funds, for A College without a parallel in the
by the following ex lorida Young .M n i South. offering degrees and diplomas in
S oh-nexanple. Th.Cough rses Leading to IDegrees of B. the following departments:
Mis. Rose Kr.mer, i(T Ohio Ave.. De- A.. B. Sc.. M. A., M. cs.. andL. L. IB. 1. A College of Libeal Arts.
Iand, Fla.. ayvs: "1 have used Dioan's In Arts a ild Skivrnes; .\riculturc; II A School of Indust ial Arts.
Kidney Lills and they have proven of Chemical. Civil, Electrical and Mechani- III. A School of Fine Arts.
Im're bewietit tol in- than an other kid- i-al Enginerintg; L.aw: Nornmal Schl; IV A School of xpress o "n.
mre benefit t than any their kiGraduat School. V. A School of Teachers.
ney remedy I have previously used. I Ex)xensts l:xc(dcin:gly Low For No Tuition. Other expenses very low.
suffered from dull, nagging hau karhes Cataloiue. write to For further information address:
aid had dlistres.ing l~ain through y A.A. Murphree, A. M., L- )., Edward Conradi, M. A., PL. D,
loins. Mly feet and limbs i ecalme hadlyllPresident. President
loat and I also had an annoanee ePresiden
from tioo freiluent Ipasages of the kidneylv
,,,ti,,,. I ially trid tey ,a, John B. Stetson University
SIioan's oKidna y Pills arI they headb jI n LINCOLN IIULLEY, Ph. D.,Lilt. D., LLD., Peidnt
1 very highly rec.-mmended ;and iprne;nrl THE BEST SCHOOL ooO YOUR IS NONE FO
j a supply. 1 uIWd only two boxesand TOGOO
am nowl frefr.oml u knche ad ti orenxessi *i SEND THEM TO STETSON:
am nowfive from l' ha ckae anm d lrene.s 49 Professors and Instructors College of L Aea1Arts
acrw.s inny llns Ian.til ii kidneys haVe 17 University Buiings College of Law
be-onme nioial. I1 f-e lile a differe-nt 28 Acre Campus College of Technology
Swounana sin,-e using Io Das Kinlney Pills 581 Students Last Year College of fmuimuma
;-A 0 0


P,. .un owment Preparatory Academy
15,W Volumes in Library Normal and Model Schools
$10,W.W9 Pipe Organ School of Mechanic Artt
10 Large Laboratories for Science School of Msic
Unsurpassed General Equipment School of Fine Arts
Separate dormicries% r you"-: -.n -1..I yV.un% w-.nven. Careful adinistra daa tM u uh i"AcW .
(hriiaano and unots ciaa;In ic. r.II. r >. l.-.>u, .**-w. f, r inoraiua or f ream reIervaims. acns
JOHN B. STE 'TSON :M.V'RSITY. DeLAND. FLORIDA.


-- --- --antia pleased tt reonnnend l then to
ways to carry this cane when lie led a am l e V e to reromnienl then t-
them nto tattle. other sufferers."
These sulprsititons seem absurd to For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
us. but they sh low that the lignoranti Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole
men who hold them believe i n an i agents for the United States.
visible power who can giive g-od or ill Remember the name-IDoan's-and
fortune at his will.- London Truth. take no other.


MAN EATING TIGERS.


The Killing Methods of These Terribli
Brutes In India.
The theory that a maniti eatin., tiger
Is always an old tiger. more or I'ess
toothless and feeble. which has foin! ;
the strain of catching vigorous waid
game too much for its failing strenitl
has lben upset by the haingii f nor ,
torlous man eaters which wt-re foillu
to be young nuimals in the full prile i
of their powers. And it is likely thal
the taste for human flesh is Iassed
on from mother to child, the tig-cess.
herself a man eater, teaching her cubs ;
tp hunt as she hunts. flow terrible a
thing a man eater may ie c:au he
jaulged from the fact that a tiger sen-


rally kills every second nigh., whether '
its quarry be man.or beast. having
.klledt. it makes une meal that night.
then drags the c'arcass somewhere into
cover and more or less conceals it as
a Lg Imay hide bone. On the next
plghbl its habit is to return t tthe same
kill. and it is in that second visit that
the hunter usually finds his ,pplr-
tualty. It is uot the rule fir a tiger
to return again a third tin m. nlt le-
cause It is atoLtu eating e;arrion. 1,4t
seemingly It tires of the caress. which
it has already twice uumled over.
Thus one tiger in India has been
known to kill regularly Its tiftetn ,uI-
tives a month with almost Itcl u;hni.-al


Dr. Bohannon's
HOSPITAL and SANITARIUM,
First Avmue. Lmyioum, Fla.
,.wwntv-iiy'ixla rge'. ,atryrooi, iue.mnI%
turikisht-d uand tttot,' threutultoint with :&li
uippt"-d oit'rintia iroomun~a oil -'idl olor.
For tenta, ad~~dres-
C. C. BOHANNON, M. D.
Iorc lag. DAYTONA. FLUODA.

C. C. BoDAnN. N. 3.


PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office in Atwood block, up stairs.
Daytona, Florida.
PhiU p E. RoetameA. Architect
S- satralo l ildk
Sn valndah, tin.
wmtenu1r nt1011me:
In forida
Patio Housrs,
Tropical tGar
Boston,
Kavannah
Tampa.



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Ethics and Morality. an dASOfUC iMirCTity
If a woman's husband has been silly ?ALW&Z t., Th. e
enough to take more wine than i goood "Gen a D man dia n ar r".
for him. morality would lead her to General D Xem an d ALWA'* i B. kIL
send him to bed. Ethics would lead of the Well-Informed of the World has orIXAt XlJta lI.e gR g ry, A
her to send him to Coventry. And 16 sh Tmrr
eoo wu ipro bably ed .e rnd always been for a simple, pleasant and vai To S e.0 S. 1.
ethology would probably lead her to J ., ,. ig
send him to a penal settlement for in- efficient liquid laxative remedy of known AlU 9tisma Su Bi. ro~a
ebriates. value; a lxative which physicians could
If a man's wife throws a teapot at sanction for family use because its com- A. GOODWIN
him (as happened recently in the aris- potent parts are kn n to them to be Pract
tocratic neighborhood in which I live ,
morality would lead him to go out o wholesome and truly bteneticial in effect, Mattues Maker
the house for an hour or so and give acceptable to the system and gentle, yet .Mattressrs Kirma* with iare. Betw
her nerves a chance. Ethics would prompt, in action. Cushions made tooden r.
Shop on N. Beach E4. near Roberte.
probably induce him to go out of the In supplying that de'rIand with its ex- Blacksmith hop.
town and write to her from a garden
cellent comnbintion of Syrup of Figo and
city that their temperaments were in-
compatible. What ethology would ElUir of S;enna, the (alifornia Fig Syrup 1 p-
make him do I hardly dare to think.- Co. proceeds alone, ethical lines and relies I I
Chesterton in Illustrated London News. on the merits ,f the laxative for its remark-
able success.
More Accurate That is one of many reasons why
The pastor and his wife had called Jm
upon a member of the congregation, a Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is given 1b
widow with a small but exceedingly the preference by the Well-Informed. I
lively boy. and were on their way To get its benecivi:d effects always buy,
home. "Well," said the preacher, "she the genuine--manufactured by the Cali- found sa
seems to be a very Intelligent woman orn ig Syrup Co ., nly, and for saleun a
aYes." by all leading druggists. Price fifty cents grade Box Spring m l
"And very positive in expressing her per bottle.
opinions.. a CO O Felt Mat.
"On the contrary." said his wife. shea C on Fel
struck me as being stongly negnti-e.i mine e
"Negative? How tress. Exa mine be
"Everything she said to Ser little
boy began with a 'Don't. Johnny!"- fo e yOU uy
Exchange. Threisfore you b
scarcely y limit to the r
Sympathy of the Flowers. Possible iiprdvement in semes, [Y IiIN jiE IT
sympathy of th Flower atitkes time and money. W e have V
More or less credenc-e is 'sill given been improving flower and vegetable
ie li in the seeds for over 50 yens. More than --o
In England to the old lief in the eopl are oringto mae Ferry's
symplathy of the vegetable kingdom Seeds sait you. Buy the best-Ferry's.
for hurftn suffering "I pranvd all For sale ev.rywhere.. -ll
night." writes a gardener whose em- iMnSMl i. I BM-
iloyer was very sik. "hand tile fllntrrs I *.E a CT b .
an my window sill droouled, and I said .
to myself they were dead. [tut toward i
morning they picked u!). and I was Emporium.
sure enough the master was better.
And the same thing had happened to ---
the flowers I had sent to- his lwdrnom.
They were dying, and they came to life -- I- -An- ell
again. And I knew when those flow- i
ers picked up that the master was- i Are madewiththe illin
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#We want to be your jewelers.
a's the reason we are spending
cash for this "add." All goods
imved free. Price always right.
L H. ROWE & Co., The Jewelers.

SJ. L. ynch went over to Orlando
st Saturday for a few days' visit.
S'Why send your son or daughter
;college out of the State. See
Announcement page two.
ST. Mulky has greatly improved
grounds in front of the Skilton
on North Beach street, which
occupying.
.Houghton, dentist, west end
Bridge. Peck block, phone 32.
NV. Waldron and wife, Miss A.
Ilkinson and Miss L. A. Cross
Wednesday from their
h's outing at the Daytona Beach


;lon Crews was a Daytona visitor
st Saturday. Mr. Crews was on
Sway from Port Orange to Or-
,ad to visit his father at his To-
ibh home.
navas cheap, write for price.
les aiffurd, Vero, Fla. 12 5
. C. Bennett, eldest son of Mr.
a- Mrs. Albert Bennett, has rented
Oeo. A. Foye residence, South
d&yfd avenue, and will occupy
0:- his family next season.
js Christian Meriwether, who
keen the guest of Mrs. C. 11.
0 on Bay street, left Saturday
for visit at Coronado, before
ngto her home at Winter

dollars 2 cents, all style of shirts
iats, with work left and called
Mt Diytona Steam Laundry. tf
n. fOliver Vodsmark, of Jack-
who has been visiting with
parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. B.
bi's, at- Daytona Beach, re-
osed to the Florida metropolis
b Saturday.
,lMrs. C. H. Stewart, Miss Gladys
Fletcher, who have been visit-
Swith relatives in this city, re-
to their home in Melbourne
Mstt rday with Mr. Stewart who
oied them here during the week.
*Pearl Grit Artificial Stone Co.
is brick at $8 per 1,000. tf
Mabel Woodworth, who
over in this city to visit
Florence Maley, while enroute
a month's putting at Hender-
mville, N. C., to her home at
is, continued her journey sbuth-
It last Saturday.
aw trd recently received by Mrs
andewater from Miss Julia
Dwell, at Canon City, Colo..
that herself and mother, Mrs.
"Spencer, had arrived safety.
found the weather very warm
That section had just been
lby a terrible electric storm
are not uncommon in Colo-


- or 6 doses "666" will cure any
*e Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
4i-.3mos
v. D. H. Rutter, pastor of the
M. E. Church, was in St. Aug-
I- from Saturday until Monday
Sprpose of filling the pulpit
city for the Rev. .1. H. Mar-
IUhois absent on a vacation.
W. H. G. Porter, district superin-
TLV t, k pharge f the servieq
far, Mr. Rutter-
oR saave 23 per M by using home
SPearl Grit Artificial Stone Co.,
SSeableewe, Fla.
I nd Mrs. Lester Robinson,
last Saturday from Dixon,
are at present with Mr. and
#1. Cameron oa West See-
Io. Mr..RHbinson being a
ma. Cameron by a former
Mr. and Mrs. Robinson,
bride and groom now on
moon, expect to make
their home.


+The best of everything at the
lowest price. Come and investigate
our stork and be convinced.
GEO. H. CLARK, Jeweler.

Miss Lila Abercrombie spent
several days this week visiting at
New Smyrna.
Storm tides on the ocean beach
are holding the tides in the river
unusually high of late.
The dredge Klondike which has
been engaged at some work at Or-
mond was brought back to Daytona
Wednesday and anchored off the
foot of Bay street.
Dr. G. A. Klock and Mrs. B. J.
Holt, matron of the Daytona Hos-
pital and Sanitarium, were called to
New Smyrna Wednesday on pro-
fessional business.


SMiss Carrie E. Chaffer, who has
been spending the summer with her
cousin at Paragould, Arkansas, has
extended her trip to Kane and Chi-
cago, Ill., visiting relatives.
Attorney F. W. Pope, Jr., return-
ed last Sunday from a several weeks'
visit at Cincinnati, Chicago, Indian-
apolis and other points. Mr. Pope
was greatly benefited by his trip
+Don't ruin your eyes. Have
glasses fitted and relieve that strain.
NEVILLE R. CLARK, Optometrist.
P. P. Richardson, representing
the Inland Type Foundry, of St.
Louis, was a Daytona visitor Wed-
nesday. Mr. Richardson is a pleas-
ant, affable gentleman and this
office acknowledges a call.
S. E. Morris was delivered to
Sheriff Smith at New Smyrna Wed-
nesday, by Deputy Sheriff Swarten-
green to be lodged in the jail at
DeLand, having been pronounced
unfit for work by the examining
physicians.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Shecut, of
Wilmington, N. C., are recent ar-
rivals in the city, coming here from
Jacksonville. They have rooms
with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Moore on
North Ridgewood avenue and Mr.
Shecut has accepted a position
with W. M. Hankins at the Atwood
Pharmacy.
+For the coming week the Halifax
Furniture Co. will offer all Mattings
from Sc to 10( per yard off from
regular prices. Those desiring mat-
tings for their floors for the coming
fall season will save money by mak-
ing their purchases now. Call and
see them.


The union services, which were to
have beeth held in the open air last
Sunday evening, at the postoffice
corner, were adjourned to the First
Baptist church, owing to the diffi-
culty in reading music, etc., from
the fact that the electric light was
not turned on because of the bright
moonlight.
"Try the Pearl Orit Pressed brick
Cor. of Pine and Earl Sts.,
tf Seabreeze. Fla.


A. S. Allen came down from Fer-
nandina last Monday to look after
business connected with his pur-
chase of the Moore Bros. Co. stock,
but was obliged to return again
Tuesday. He expects to be back in
Daytona again Monday and get
things in readiness for opening the
store on the 15th.
Dr. W. A. Gove returned Sunday
from a three months' outing north,
most of his time heing spent in
traveling through N w England apd
visiting with friends and relatives
Dr. Gove will have an oAice room
elected on thp west side of his
father's residence, facing Ridgewooi
avenue, in which he will conduct
his dental work.
*Vlank's hil 'Ionic for Malaria,
chills, fever, cod ant 4agrippe. ~Le
guaranteed. AtA drAggsts-. 3-1y
Mrs. II A. Bernard, the Gazette-
News' valued correspondent from
Seabreeme and lDytona Beach, left
Monday afternoon for a month's va-
cation at Monteagle, Tenu., and for
that period her excellent reports of
the happenings at these places will
be missing front the columns of the
paper. Items of general interest
will he gladly accepted, however, if


Dr. J. M. Wallace, of Ormond,
was in the city yesterday.
L. J. Cowan and family have re-
turned from the beach and are oc-
pying the Stanley cottage on South
Beach street.
Mrs. Jeseph Osborne joined Mr.
Osborne at PRalatia Wedna da ex-


'Finerubber matting, just the
thing for automobile floors, at Bing-
ham & Maley Co's.
Ed Sullivan went to Lake Butler
Friday of last week with the expec-
tation of remaining several weeks.
During his absence the barber shop
will be in charge of his brother, R.
F. Sullivan, who returned from
Starke last Sunday.
C. C. Barnes returned Wednesday
from a combined business and pleas-
ure trip to Baltimore, Washington
and New York. Mr. Barnes was
surprised to find that so much rain
had fallen here for he says that
north of acksonville it was very
dry.


Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins
and family. Miss Mollie Robottom
and Win. F. Green, all of Titusville,
were Daytona visitors last Saturday
and were guests at Schmidt's Hotel
They came up from Titusville Fri-
day evening in three launches and
left here Sunday morning for St.
Augustine for a short visit.
-For this coming week the Hali-
fax Furniture Co. will offer special
prices on all Furniture and House
Furnishings. It will pay purchasers
of furniture to see then.
Frank 'T. Plc, wile enro.nte to
New York the Arst of the week had
tl\e misfortune to get his hand
caught in the door of a Pullman
car badly mashing his thumb. He
leftthe train at Washington accom-
panied by Mrs. Peck and Mrs.
Graham Thompson and daughter
Marian, and went to a hospital for
treatment. It was eared that the


S IIM' oIiM A YftA!


WTFIN REF IlIU1 IN~TIF


LAST SUIAY AFTEM R


Beer Drinking Carousal Ends in A
Fight With Very Serious
Result.
A serious cutting affray occurred


AT EllltM UHT


Mocking Bird Whistle Installed
bathe CityCouncil Throaugh
Offer by Managera Gun.
Monday afternoon the citizens tof (


last Sunday afternoon about 3:00 Daytona and even those of the mar-
o'clock at the packing house in the rounding suburbs were startled by
old Anderson grove at Blake in the shrieking of anew whistle emit-
which Jim Davis, of Kingston, had ing a most piercing and searching
his head nearly severed from his sound. By some it was thought to
body and H. G. Johnson was be the whistle of the new water
slightly cut on the arm. works plant, while others held the
It appears that for some time it, idea that some automobilist had pro-
has been the practice of various vided his machine with a whistle of
men of this city and vicinity to unusual power and originality, but
meet at the house of H. G. Johnson both suppositions were wrong, as it
on the-river front at Blake of a Sun- proved to be what is termed a
day and dispose of a keg of beer "Mocking Bird whistle" at the
which they claim to have secured electric light plant installed there


pecting to return with him to
Daytona last night.
L. J. Cowan, assistant postmaster,
has resumed his duties in the office
and Postmaster Smith is now enjoy-
a thirty days' leave of absence.
"Hecker's Flapjack and new honey
to put on it at Our Store; also
Cream Farinoand Wheaten Grits.
J. L. Wallace has refitted his out-
side show cases which were damaged
by the wind storm last week and
now has them anchored to the floor
safety.
Mrs. E. A. Lapp was in the city
with Mr. Lapp Tuesday for the pur-
pose of arranging to place their
daughters, Winona and Aleda, in
the school here.
tFoR SALE CHEAP--A Steinway
square piano, Box 1fG, City. 15 2
Mrs. C. J. Masters and children,
of Armstrong, arrived Wednesday
afternoon on a visit with Mrs. M. S.
Hunt on Bay street Mrs Masters
is a niece of Mrs. Hunt and Mr.
Masters owns a large potato farm at
Armstrong.
"'ANTE1r--Lady's second hand
bicycle. Apply Box 394.
Mrs. G. A. Foye, who has been
visiting for some time with her son
and family at Jersey City, N. J.,
was expected to reach home last
night or today, having sailed from
New York on the Clyde Line Steam-
er Arapahoe.
During the week the following
beach sojourners have returned to
their respective homes in this city:
J. D. C. Morris and family, the
Misses Bingham, Henry T. Titus
andfamily, Mrs. F. M. Davidsen,
Mrs. W. S. Rodger,s Mrs. Brower
and children.


hold it.
As soon as those present realized
what had happened an effort was
made for the relief of the wounded
men and a boy living near
who happened to be passing on his
wheel was-sent to this city for a
physician. This boy found Dr.
Klock who went at once to the
scene of the cutting and Davis was
brought back to the Daytona Hospi-
tal and Sanitarium where he still
remains.


chased by the city, and this has
been done through Mr. Gunn at a
cost of about forty.dollars.
The whistle was received last
week, and was put in place Monday
afternoon when it was at once tried
out with the most satisfactory re-
sults, as its note of alarm is most
penetrating and farther reaching
than was at first anticipated, being
heard distinctly at Holly Hill two
and one-half or three miles north of
the city and probably at equal dis-


The deposition of Davis, who tances in other directions.
was in a very precarious condition, The alarm signals will be given
was to the effect that he had been to designate the districts in which
cut by Jim Woodward and accord- the fire is located. The first signal
ingly Woodward was arrested Mon- will be a long blast to denote a fire
day afternoon by Deputy Sheriffand this will be followed by short
Charles Swartengreen and lodged blasts the number corresponding
in the city jail here. with the number of the district, the
Wednesday morning Woodward city being divided into five such
was given a preliminary hearing districts as follows:
before Justice H. T, Titus and was Central, No. 1-East of railroad
bound over to the next term of the and from south side of Bay street to
Criminal Court without bail to north side of Live Oak avenue.
await the result of Davis' injury. North, No. 2-East of railroad
Woodward was taken to New and north from Bay street.
Smyrna Wednesday afternoon by South, No. 3-East of railroad
Deputy Swartengreen to be turned and south from Live Oak avenue.
over to Sheriff E. L. Smith. Midway, No 4 -West of railroad
The testimony of the witnesses at and north from Magnolia avenue.
the preliminary hearing was very Waycross, No. 3--West of rail-
contradictory and they all seem to road and south from Magnolia
have been afflicted with poor eye- avenue.
sight and bad memory, but the
declaration of the wounded man, Ionny Fagan has several of his
coupled with the testimony drawn fingers tied up as a result of the
from one or two of the witnesses, capture of a nine-foot shark at
was deemed amply sufficient by Keatings pier last Thursday after-
.uIstice Titus to hold the defendant noon.
for trial before the Criminal Court. Frank MeCorkle arrived from


DeLand Wednesday for a visit with
Geo. J. Vande Vord expects tolatives and friends and with his
leave today or Monday for a visit parents at Kingston. He will go
with relatives at his old hoine in from here to Jacksonville to visit a
Toronto, Canada, sister, before returning to DeLand.


The Geom City Minstrels had a
packed house at New Smyrna
Thursday night to enjoy their ex-
cellent performance.


Mva. A. Me F. Porter
telegram Tuesday from,
N. Y., conveying the
that her father N. IB.
seriously ill.


received a
lohnstown,
intelligence
lewitt was


Miss Anna Peck: who hc l a po-
sition in the Bank oi Biscayne at
Mia is, arrived Irom that city Thurs-
day aiteraoon for a couple of weeks
visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.


thutnb would have to .e amputated. W. H. Peck.


A W. Shattuck, deputy State or-
ganizer of the W. .W., who was
in the city again the forepart of the
week looking up material for that
order, returned to his home at New
Smyrna Wednesday, after appoint-
ing Geo. W. Hull as assistant deputy
organizer for Daytona Camp No. 27.
Mr. Shattuck secured ten or a dozen
new choppers for the local organiza-
Ition during his stay here and a


Rev. A. J. Wilder is exper-ted to
return from Hendersonville, N. C.,
next Tuesday and there will proba-
bly be services at St. Mary's church
the following Sunday. of which.
however, due notice will be given.
Mayor E. '. Green, who climbed
to the top of the water works tower
Last week, says he did not mind the
effort in the least at the time. biit
as stiff anr serl
i was stiff anti sore for several (lavs


Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fulgham re-
turned home Thursday night from
a business and pleasure trip to Bal-
timore, Philadelphia. New York and
other Eastern cities, where they pur-
chased a large stock of goods for
The Beehive.
3. L, Wallace has in his show
window a very hbAudsowe electrolier
in the shape of a fish pond with the
figure of a boy bending over it and
holding a net and fish. The crystal
pond at present is the home of
several small alligators.


Miss Grace Burdick and Mrs. W.
F. Thomason accompanied the ad-
vance guard of the Gem City Mins-
trel troupe to New Smyrna by tain
Thursday afternoon, as did also
Gteo. Wray, who went alug to) put
the piano in proper t~a-


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Special attention given to diseases of
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DAYTONA. PLA.


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No. 453 North Beach Street.
Office Hours, 13:30 to 2:30 and 6-00
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Telephone No. 122.


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Office and residence: 123 So. Ridge- DAYTONA and
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from Jacksonville by each one con- for fire alarm purposes by the City
tributing toward its purchase. Council in accordance with a propo-
Last Sunday it seems the place of sition submitted by Manager E. L.
rendezvous was changed from the Gunn to a previous council a year
Johnson house to the place men- or more ago and evidently consid-
tioned above and during the drink- ered more favorably by the present
ing of the beer H. G. Johnson and body of aldermen, particularly. as
Jim Davis become involved in a the fire bell has proved so inade-
quarrel relating to the purchase of quate.
the beer or the payment for the' A part of Mr. Guna's proposition
same and finally came to blows, and as first made and that which has
during the fracas Johnson was cut now been taken up by the council
on the right arm and Davis received was to install free of cost and for
a terrible slash on the neck that the use of the city as a fire alarm a
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SM THE STAGE IN JAPAN.

The dern Origin of the Drawra-Women's Ardu-
ous Preparations of Dress.
Seven W wonders There is a legend in Japan that the
Theater had its origin In that country
In the ninth century by reason of an
Dayter's lmoparable Ocean Beach. earthquake which took place in the
One of Daytona s crowning glories is province of Yamato. A large crevice
her incomparable beach. No one who, was formed by reason of the upheaval.
ever set foot upon its smooth, packed i from which emanated poisonous vapors
sands; no one who ever pedled a bi- which -spread death and destruction
Small around. An awful scourge was the
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever result until the priests o iv the
drove a prancing pair of horses and list- Idea of performing a symbolic dance
ened to the popping of their steel shoes of incantation on the grass covered
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one hill outside the temple As if by mag-
who ever steered a high-power automn ilc the death vaprs vanished. and
bile down the broad stretch of wave- peace and happiness were restored to
washed and surf-packed sand but real- the country. The legend concludes
ized that it is a world-beater, a world- that this is how Japlaese acting orig-
wonder. Go stand" upon this wide Inted. The Japanese word for thea-
wonder. Go stand upon this winter. shibai-ya. Is supiposed to have
speedwa and see the happy souls flit ter. salbfai-ya. it s s pin m.to hven
n~tUU C 3 a U *1ta;1 *l *bf11"lt hZh. 'fj tF I o+t I -"


inhabitants? Till some unheard-of
place reports more and better, Daytona
throws down the gauntlet to the world.
Sqkrds. Flwers. irds and Fruits.
Whatever one's shortcomings and
however indifferent or eve callous one
may be to many things, the mere men-
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds and
ruita" will send a thrill that is reflected
in distended pupils and pricked ears.
For every visitor with a spare "goo-
ber" there is a bunny ready to come out
and accept your gift. He will sit bolt
upright and gnaw into the meat. casting
furtive, saucy glances at you meanwhile.
Flowers! Usually fresh and blooming
the year 'round. In one yard roses of
variegated hues 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
nbtes 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 scores
of citrus groves in proximity to the city,
branches bending to the earth with their
burdens of luscious golden globes.
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Muttnm irds. If a Chinaman wishes for nappina
During di weeks every autumn the and peace in this world and the next
400 Inhabitants of the Australian Pur- he feels obliged to consult hi majesty
Beaux Islands make enough money to the dragon as to where his house shall
support themselves In idleness the rest be built and his grave be made.
of the year. They do this by catching Through the earth, so say the Chinese.
the very fat young "mutton birds," flow two currents -the dragon and
which are hatched there In such num- the tiger. Now, for a man to have
bers that the focks when they ml- good fortune In life or, as he would
grate extend for miles. They furnish say In "pigeon English," to catchese
food and oil, which is used for lubri- chance," his house must be put in a
aptlng purposes and also as a substi- certain position in reterenee to these
tute for cod liver oil. currents. If he is to rest quietly in
his grave, that also muse correctly
Making Sure. placed. So called "wise men" make
Country Cousin--Are you sure I am business of choosing favorable sites
In the right train? Town Relative for homes and graves, professing by
(who has had about enough of It)-- means of a wand and incantations and
Well, I have asked seventeen porters other kinds of tomfoolery to be able
and thirty-two passengers, and they to detect the presence of the dragon
all say "Yea," so I think you'd better and the tiger and to tell in what dl-
risk it-London Telegraph. rectlon they flow.


come trout its origin. MJIlal. U a. g
sod, and ya. a house.
In Japan when a Japainese lady In-' N O T IC*
tends to go to the theater shell is called l
upon the d;ay previous by a b:lirdress- Notic is hereby given that 11.t foil, wing described lands will be sold at
er to build ii1 lie artifii;al structure ;
which is the pride of every Japanese public auction on the SIXTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A. D., 1900, in the City
highlimrn lady. This ne-eessialtes her of Daytona, Florida. or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount I
spending thie ilaht in llier state (tress. I
sreclinlg her hbeadi a w len k. due for taxes, herein *set opposite to the same, together w th th coe t of such sale
called makura. A. few lio'ls before and advertising.
going to tlie tlih.ter she covers her
lips with a thin layer of gold. as It -- Amounti
takes several hours for this paint to NAME L DESCRIPTI(ON OF LAND T, Tx itntd
change ilto the cherry color 'which --- -- 'ot
lends chiarl to the artificial white cor- Mau-. M..lon, .... ... ast lt ft of north t- of I... I I .
plexionl of the face ... P. Turi.r .... ot d. Thomppon's .uh of pirt llk 1 :1 91
As a rule. Japanese 'performances *' *.-r 4 Iiv.r .... ....lot la. BItuk .ub of plrt talk I .. I
last from 4; a. m. to 9 p. m., althoOgh try A. uto-rsino. ..... .ast :.7 ft of o .... 15
g .A.I. Hutehin-on north .12 ft ofte 'st I*' ftof 15 ti
certain historical dramas which follow I ,. ........... ofoul o .... 7 :
the life of the hero through all his PIv ...... wt -*' Nut1- of.. ... *
vicissitudes to his death go on for ser- c(,orn E. I-wi. .. ....... iorth I-* of .-itzt Ifs ft of .. is 1. 1 i
eral days. l niit-I .Iohlso ...... .... ..... ... _l I
In Japan. officially. the social posi- E. Ilillia-haina.... .... north *i ft of .-2st i:: It ot .::: 7
, eti "f. tho n o r. lis that ,of the lowestt .1.. .Morsian ........ lot 1. hlk 2. Portr' .uh ,of 2- tll
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by in joyous mood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven moier'tr
wonders.
The Pad. PdlacMd Haftax iver.
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 pouch
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 hampers and lockers bulging
with refreshments both solid an i liquid
ready for a crmse 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 tling of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
the modern wonders.
TI-e Ewcl t cly Pctresque RdMewood.
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of
a broad ridge, straightas 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 el6h dra-
peries, but as you move along and cast
an eye first to the right and then to the
left you see dintinguisbed cottage homes
ine most delightful settings.
Smassamb aty Our CettmaC Mmes.
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 p'lns and build upon them.and
as the architecture of one section of the
country differs from the architecture of
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 Pado vemea tthe Most mM Best.
Why the Architect of the Universe
chose to give to Daytona the most ad-
mirable, the most picturesque natural
setting of al the cities of the South is
not revealed but that such is a fact
must be apparent to the most superficial
observer. With such lavish wealth of
natural beauty it became an easy thing
for the hand of man to give the little
finishing touches which have brought
out the colors and outlines of the big
picture.
Man did all this in the laying out of
the streets with their wide margins of
package, the entire city becomes a
great park
And as for pavements, pavements
that look and act like granite,-where
else between the eastern and western
seas are so many miles in proportion to


Ending a Letter.
The simplicity of "Yours" as a letter
ending would have astounded Jeretmy
Taylor. whose letters to John Evelyn
often wind up with perfect triumphs
of complexity In this respect. His best
Is, "Relieve me that I am. in great
heartiness and dearness of affection.
dear sir, your obliged and most affec-
tionate and endeared friend and serv-
ant," or "Your very affectionate friend
and hearty servant." Even In his
shortest perorations of the kind the
"affectionate" and the "servant" are
always the two indispensable words.
Probably no man. woman or child
would combine these two at the end
of a letter today.-London Tatler.

A Division of Labor.
The following dialogue at the Bow
county court deserves to be recorded:
Witness--One day I had some
shrimps to sell, and I asked the plain-
tiff to help me. lie said, "1 can't push
the barrow loecause my arm is bad.
but If you like I'll come along with
you and holler."


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We."st 2-1 of .. .......... ;
E. P. l vis ..lot::. hlk 2. ElLckat Pelltt's t sul or w 2-: of ,;
Nellle tGrimin ..lot i. ,Ilk F. T. Peck's ublof ..... .. ..
Binlhal & Tihoimpoi lots 4. 6 to 1). hik 2'.'. K..lJc-k'ons sult, of ::, >
Norn V. Hainls.... .. lots 11 to 1i5.lk2.t'. .Iaksoin' Mit of : 54.
E. I.. Rest ..... ......4uof in Bloctk. a, <'ol-rlit1.ia ........... *;
RHrlw n .lohm lon ....... ..sul of IN Block : a. ('olI'maiH s ........... 1:
Kll.uz Richardson ......... sub of in Blot-k :. n, (ol-mancs s ........ 3
.I. W. fItvls......... ......ul, of IN Block :ti I. olieman ........


Alex Mwinsa... ........' sut of IN Block a 'oulrt-an'. ........... t
J. W. Wilknson.. .......ub of 1 Block 3 a. (ole ni Ins.... ..... 24
fit'o. It BHouty -........... e 175 ft of Vole-mnlts.......... .....
Hugh L. Armstrong. .....w 12- ft of (Colem nausci ........ ....... "t
Heriert 4' Taylor........ ole-nuans........ ............ ... .
(eo W. Iewls .......... I.(olelfians 21 *..................... .....
wVitllanl .Jones ... (-('ol ansU ....................... :;:
Jolla Mitewart .......... I) l Rogers sul parrt of llk a ... lIa
Maie.. .... .. .......Lot 1 eand 2 iand east I0 ft ,f w4..st it ft undl
lot 9. and Ie ', lot 11. I!. Iblk 2. Itoge-r. suh pt -;1i
Mlury A. ste.wart ... .... lot 4.5 und east 10 ft lot ,. lo, and we-st 1-?
lot 11, hlk 2,. Rogers sub of pt ilk ia .. ..
a. (4Rohinson .. ..... Rogers sulb of blk .5a... .....lot IN. 19. 5. 21?
Annsm A. Mtetdman..... .. l.udwig suit of pt lot I htk :t .. ...... .
Ben. Hollon............. ... i
Jo-i. t noomatn .........weit 72 ft of north I.1 Ift................... 1
C. M. Binlhianal. 1r Ludw sub of pt 1 talk V2.............. 2
E. Rose Hard-n.... ... Rhatitz sub of ..... .. ........... ... I
Kva.u '. Mnrtwell ...........outh I-a of w IaM It of r t- fi of ......... 21
L. F. te-.-re, .I ...... ........... ... .. .. ..... ... 1
Mary A. Rogers....... north :Q) ft of lot .................... .
R. I.'owami h,-ir ..... south il ft of north NLi ft .. .. .. .
W. R. Ie-nisou ....... .... ....... ... ... :
I.ucy 'stuty.... Mouth :1 ft of let.bI nnd 2. north 1-2 lot Iblk 1.
Weaver sul or .. 10, 1.
Mr.~. I. Rolrts......... lots 4.5. 6 blk 1. Weavers sub of .... I. 15
Ilda WilliHInm. ........... al 1-2 lot ;3 llk I, -- ...........lo.
'. II. Ju-kson .........lot l2 of Weaaver'ssuI of ................I. I-
V-. H. 'oouua.n ..............lot 1. hlk 3. We',aver'i souh of .... ......11. 15
.Jerry Harrlson.........lots 2 Inl 3. Waver'.- tul of ..... ... .11.15
Musil J-oiIe..... ... .... lots l and :. Wpanvr's. subl of o. ;15
(hiur. Pride.. ........ lot 14. A. Millh sublofe 2-3 of ........ 11
M. L.yle ..... .. ....... lot 1. hlk 4. Wall'. sul, of w -:l of...... 1 42,1:. i1
I.taurm E. Wall .. ".... lot 6. talk 1. WUll's sul, of w l-3of .... 1:, 13,14
W. H. P.lkett ...... ....lot N, hlk I, Walll's sul of w 1-3 of.. 12. 13, 14
4'. Mte-vela....... .. ...lot 9, hik I. Wall's su) of w 1-3 of .....1 13.14
Rott. Wllliaml ...........lots N & IN. talk I. Wall'.+ sut of w 1- :1f 12, 1:. 11


Mltcei.-ll .lones...... lot aW, hlhk I. Wtll'- su ,of w 1-t of
.Mutlrolm. Tetu*-e....... ... ..lot :, hlk 1. Wall's sui of w 1-3 of
(rover Taylor .. ........lot 6, Ilk I, Wall s'ut of w 1-3 of ...
L.ulu ThoInps.ion ........ lots .. 34.34 lk 2, WIll .uh w 1-3 of.
c'h1t... r"Nentl.. .. .... lot3 :3N4. 39, hlk 2. Wall sub a l-30f.
L.. ;. (Grlsy. ... .ht 4:1. lk 2, Wall sub w )1-3o
John II. Tl.tumn...... ..lot 44, hlk 2. Wall sqt)w 1-3 of.
(Ie-o. All,-n.... ...... ..lot 35. hk 2. Wall sul w l-:I vf .. .
Anna Jordan ...........lot 3., hlk 3, Wall suli w l-: of..
W. 4ftney .......lot 9. tblk 3. Wall sult w I1- of.....
'lt Hall. .... ....... ..lots 21-, 22. tlk 3.,Wa ll sut w I-. IA.
A Itnmtlai De-nmurk....... lot 5, tilk I. (

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J no A. Bryaiat............ u Fi t of et Ilt feet of lot *2, hlk I. (iGr-lve stlh
ThlOsuin Mclallia i.. ....lots 56, hlk 2, (irtelle' r-uh of pt phlk.......
M. Hurgrov........... ...lot 1., Ilk 2, (.re-cue ruleu of p bik .
(larn Jones............. lots 14,1, hlk 2, (Ireene sub of pt hlk-
MMnaniet .iJ kson. .. .....lot T,. talk 4. (irelie sul of pt lhlk....... .
Macy Meautlows ... ... lot s 1-3 of lots 27. 2f. 2. t. hlk 4. pt lhk .
Addle Moore ........lot. 11. IN. blk 5 (ireene' sub1 pu t blk
.1. B.rookes lot 5, Pratts su, of .... .... 1
-uSMtia Rutle-r ......lot V. Prattt subtof ............. 1
MamulL. I. .urkson ... lots .3 nd 15, II linkyv'- ut orf... ......... .
Mr.s. Ma4'leoud BHrtliurlna..lot Hillrsk-ey' sulb of .... 1.
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Counsel--Why was that? l'ui wa\'....
Witness-Well. It's like this, sir. A I".-,y .' h''oIlstek
man can often shout when he can't rli.k "lli"""t.
shove.-London News. ,. I,..rink-,s .
l.tlk- Co a
Unreasonable. 4. II. oean-111
*Your baby cries a great deal st .,l.i. cool ,man
night. Can't you do anything for ItT' .le..-.alin,.- .lain.,
"Your dog barks a good deal. Can' i. D..; a'k-iilon
you do anything to stop him?" c 'e- .
"Confound it, such unreasonable peo 11. v : lm"'
pie as you haven't any right to live in I :n ". .
a flat!"-Chicago Record-Herald. ai u. ,'uj.,lh.i.
j 11 ir\ I. I mnonll .l i .
The Result the Same. .i o-.phs \Wllieintn-
"Giimnl some of that prune pie." I. '. Co si


lot 21. "


.loth 2t. 27. "2. Hinky'- -nhof .
lots t2 :l lan :C .
lot 34.
..lots :17 and :15. -
.lot 4,. -" -,


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1. 2
I.
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1. l i


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askt 11 O ft of a la :1ft aad w -.2 it o t e 114 ft ol
north I-s 1 It of..... ......... ... .
.. lot I. hik 2!.('. I-:..ItC-kon's sul oOf 3. 4.-a
.... lots I stand 2, ltlk 1, 1Edllaoadston'-. ulU of.
Is. ....lt.7. ltlk 1. 'hlrk- lsul of
n.... lot Il. hIlk l. ......
-. nst .I-?of lot 15, talk 2.(larks; sut, o l
...... w-st 1-2 of east -2 of lot 10. Popp-.l' sullb of
south I-2 of north 1-2 of.......... ..... 4
.. .south 21a ftt o ast 161I ft of lot !, IKtl:diuonmon's
'su, of -oth .... -2 o
.e-ast .71 ft of w lii ft of n 17'5 ft (t lot I blk 1 Kd-
Uanloldsoims' .ul, .if sout h 1-2 o. .. 4
.....north l-of to wi ft tt af ll tlndmiondson', .uh
,f south I-2of c... ....... ..... .... t I
...... lt ) alk 1. :ltllllunLolt'- -b ul aoutll I-'of. 4
. ......lot alk 1, ** ** -


...lot ., hilk 1. '* 4
...lot 15. lI k 2, ** -- -- -.
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. :. t :t talk 1. L.udla t U uf jb palt tl .1
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.lot t12. hlk y2 I
ots :13. 14. tik 2 ** *
lot 18. hlk 2. -. -k 1
lo t ,. lta k 3 ..
.iot .. 1 .ik 3L. -- -
S.Ir lot 7. ilk 4. -- -. --
.;ots l 1 3. I lik I ** .
.Ilots : 4. Ilk l -** **
7;xl I't 0Cilt Wile- Hl.-hctl -1. ilupp alt i. hIlk til
1;:J\!s ft. f- .' lul 1. ilk ,ti
'o!. I. H i.- 11.-. I.udwtH'- -u t ot .. >..,
'Wc ts 1 -1O. .1441 l.. ... -.IUi .. (
-ciUll l-?0aaf -t
-ou h 1-2 ta
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a-a t! I2'l 1-2I tl at


onu o ine actua asiv t* ut u ...r n- i
class of society, but in reality they en-
joy great consideration and are idol-'
ized by the general public.-Washing-i
ton Post.


HUGO AS AN ARTIST.

The Great French Writer's Opinion of
His Own Drawings.
When Victor Hugo's "Marion De-
lorme" was read before the troupe of
the Porte-Saint-Martin theater. the
actor Laferriere. then a young man.
protested against the insignificant role
assigned him. In which he would have
only ten lines to recite. Hugo prompt-
ly reduced him to silence by thunder-
ing, "Ten lines of Victor Hugo are
something not to be refused-for they
endure." Hugo attached a similar ex-
aggerated significance to everything he
did and to every object that was in
any way associated with him.
For instance, he considered his draw-
ings. which were for the most part
commonplace enough, of sufficient Im-
portance to make them the subject of a
testamentary provision. In his will of
Aug. 31, 1881, he wrote. "I give my
drawings and everything which shall
be drawn by me to the National IJ-
brary of Paris. which will be one day
the Library of the United States of
Europe."
Hugo's drawings are said to have
been produced more often than not in
the following manner: If a blot of ink
chanced to fall on his paper while he
held his pen aloft in quest of a word
or rhyme, he enlarged the spot ah-
sentmindedly and made additions to
it instinctively under the Influence of
a species of subconscious direction un-
til he had produced a sinister moon-
light scene or a "venerable bourg dom-
inating with its bristling ruins the
shuddering waters of a river of
legend." He elaborated with great
care, however, during his irksome exile
at Guernsey certain crude impressions
he had transferred to his sketchbook
during his journeys in the valley of
the Rhine. Furthermore. being a great
lover of children, he lrew figures of
the most extravagant sort for the
amusement of the young people of his
household.-Alvan I. Sanltorn in Book-
man.


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MEXICAN HOTELS.

They Close Early, and Guests Out Late
Must Tip the Porter.
"I'm glad to be back in tlhe land "t
the latchkey." said a miningi eninillee'r
who hal been in Mexi,-' tor I l- ietp:
year. "In France.:. Siln. Itf;tl ;im:
throughout Latin America there is a
servant in every house anld hotel whose,
business it is to opeit the dor. In
Mexico you would think.* tng so la';l
this country, that the Amerit-anu latchh-
key would be common. But even i>


the finest hotels in the capital lte ihigl"4^
doors are elosal at 11 or'c-ck. ai;n t ,l *****
gain admittance after that hour you
have to pound on them with the great OU
knockers that hang outside. After five \ O
minutes you bear a sleepy grtu with :
in. then some mutterings and tin S;pa: '
ish word which means -I'm comitig.
Finally the small door in the center rot
the big one will be unbarred, and yon
step inside. Then if you don't rw::nt after you h
to sleep in the park the next night yonu
are kept out late you give the 'llortern. early p
as the keeper of the gate Ia called. a posed to b
piece of silver. Between 11 and mid- h
night the fee is 10 cents. From I on opening th
until morning the gratuity. regulated Of Ordinar
by custom. steadily increases., e-
tween I and 3 It is from 25 to 40 cents, a "pig in a
and after 3 it is half a dollar. When b
*".Many a night I have been awak-
ened by the pounding of the knockers see the in
In the neighborhood of my hotel. I "a1-
timed one man for ten minutes before j
I fell asleep. Probably he had neg-
lected to fee the *portero' or else their
keeper of the gate was drunk, as he!
frequently is. These *porteros' usuallly (
sleep curled up in blankets just inside
the door on the stones with which ev- is the stan
ery interior courtyard and entrance is tht brand
paved, and all of them have colds. Yet tat ran
it is a position much sought after, and YOU I
the gatekeeper ranks highest among
the servants."-New York Press. YOU buy


Had It Lowered.
Sir Augustus Harris once settled the:
pitch question in his own offhand fash-!
ion. A tfmous prima donna of his
opera company came to him complain
Ing that the piano used for vocal re-
hearsals was too high and asking that
t might be lowered.
"Certainly," replied Drurolannua, with
a bow. "Here, Forsyth. have a couple
of Inches sawed off the legs of this
piano."

"I suppose." said the visitor. "It's
like pulling teeth to get any money:
out of your husband these days?"
"Oh." chipped In little Tommy he-
fore his mother could speak. "ima don't
have any trouble pullin' teeth. Shf
Just takes 'em out and puts 'em In
a glass."-Philadelphia Record.
Teacher-Now. Harry, can you tell
me what an island is'? Sutall Ilarry-
Yes. ina'am. An Island is a place you
can't leave without a boat.-Ex-hainge.


Legal Notices
--- m*


SFi'lrst puta. Aug. 7; laxt pUI. Ke-pt. 25'1.1
Notice.
111 'iunty .1 ul oalg-'* ('ourt. i
\olu.ta C(ounty. Florida. i
111 the Iatte-r of the ,-stat- of F'rsti-ls 4;. I
oiodllard. de've'amel.
Notice is hIr-rely giv-n to sill creditors.
t-giatel--s., ulnd all Ipr.sins leaving anny ld..-
manlds ngKililst the- e-statet of rrani-isL (. ((It-
ldnrtl. deceas*-.-, to prese-at tlh- a' nir to th*-
undrsilgn td within tbhe timeit pra-sc-rtil Say
law, or lth- .ia-IIe will Iw trr.-d.
HITHA N (44 IliIARI,.
-xec-utrix, witl th th- Will Anutanx-.
(First Put. July 24: last pub. .ept. 11.
Notice to Non-Resident.
In th-( circ-uit court. H.-v-:
J ,'nth Judicial circuit in
aclld for Volushin ounlt. I
Florida.
IN VH ANtCKRV.
T. A. Muidt-r. C'omplainanit.
Benjam1 n MasoII in(dlVit- -
unlly indl its Trustee-. ltii
I.M~ilSoa.Willinls K.'atr.-
well. Elmniira 1. C'arswell. :
trHcet,'hnarnianu HInld R.
Thurmirla. tarah J. Woltz.
ilitvldunally and as Assig-
nee of 4'. Mutton. (. 4'.
Muttol lt ld R.H. Wllliallur
tida llt lieo r h p'rsoir. el lain1-
ilhg as heirs. ildministra-
tors. executors or anssigus.
of ltay of the- fort.a-ciltI
per.sown. le-fe-ltants.-
To Williamtn R. 'ar.s-we-ll. l.nlirn I.. 'utr~-
well. (Uranc Thursainn tniUd F. R. i'Thurmanlln.
lrahlt J.. w\olz., ildividuillny aind ais t-a.iigi,--
oft'.t'. t.uttoan,4..('.kutton tndtaid. i. Wil-
lialsan nd all other pt-r.ls he-lra, Iadllministratlors. ,-sX-t-'ttors or Z-.--it. ,-
of Hany of the- fort-giralg fp-'re ,I-.
You ure ht-rl,-v re-quired lo :>ppi'tar tIo tl ,-
Bill oc 'oillpl paint nlleal hl-reinu isllnl.st .o U in
the iteov eetittltl t -iitius on ie r I,-torr- tia-
4th day of ctk-tole-r. A. it.. Ita*.
'Tthe- Ilutotun i i lztlt- Ne'i I. hle-rs-tly
delg-slilst ted ias the- neuw lmap-r in which tilt'
order shall I*a pullishct-d onlc- a we4-k
for .-igllt ou*<'-tutitiV.e w-eks..
\t'illes. t111v hband al it s,-Ial'tf otti,-- thll
'-tlrd dny of .J ul.. A. I ., 1H0W.
K14a1.:'.. t MAM'Ia.'. JObitAN.5.
t'Clerk 'ir-lltt n'ourt.
Fitzgerail &t (- tt,:..
Molieltors for 'Comuplainanltt.

OCEAN VILLA
Mrs. W. W. Alcott Manager.
Open from May to (ctclwer.
Fronting the Atlantic (cean.
large pleasant rouonc1. Modern


:onviPnmencs. states realsoallle.
Special to families.
Darteana Beach. Florida.



LOW TIDES on the BEACH

Dayo'' AlU. SEPT ocT.

I.. 1......12:41... ... 1:53...... 2:41...
... 1: ... ... -36..I... 3.30,...
2 .... 1:2, ... ... 2 ""
... 3...i... 2.15... ... 3:4. ..... 4:21...
... 4...... 3:0 ... ... 4:1 ...... 5.14;1...
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... ... ... 7: 1...... 1..... :( ... 10 :2*...
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. Job Prv vv


Now that the rush of the winter season is over, how is your stock of
Stationeery The Gazette-News is prepared to give you the best
stock :aind the finest work at reasonable rates See us before placing


Vo'Imr nex lPT 1r1r.


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don't It Make


ou Mad


ad carefully searched and
d for canned goods sup-

e the best. to find upon
em that they proved to be

y and inferior quality; or

bag."
buying canned goods you do it on faith, you cannot
side of the can, therefore be sure to get a tandand



"ROYAL SCARLET"

VARIETIES AND STYLES IN GLASS AND TINS)

idard, and the Fish, Fruits and Vegetables bearing
1 are all guaranteed to be the finest in the land.
never run a chance of getting a pig in a bag when
" ROYAL SCARLET."
FOR SALE BY


L. G. LYMAN.


eusme s~umeme ..si emmininmi U1- mm' -


DAYTONA BEACH HOTEL
Mrs. Celeste Hinks, Proprietress, Daytona Beach, Fla.
Are you going t.i spe i the summer on the beach? Then why not
it), tio th I )atona leach Hotel.
PRICES MODERATE.
0 - -


A. D. ncBRIDE J.B. CONRAD F.N.PNMXRAD
President Vice-Pres. csiLer


MERCHANTS BANK
Ir RANS(I (I) VOLI: lA (?OT'TY BANK)
Capital Stock;....... ...................................... 50),000
Surplus a fitsis .................................... 55,165
Four per cent interest paid on Savings accounts and Time Cer-
tific-ates of Depoiit. No notice required for withdrawals.

Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.






FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY


LOCAL TIME CARD No. 79.


DALYo.85 A Y MAIN .INE N,.) ;7N No. W2
DAILY DAILY A IN LDAILLY I| lAILY
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Effective June 17, 199


Pullman Buffet Parlor ears
operated on trains 29 anad 7 be-
tween Jacksonville and MiamL

Pulluiau Buffet Sleeper be-
tween New York and Knights
Key over A. -. L Line north of
Jacks-onville I handled on trains
M5 uand 82.


*Sundays. Ttiuedays l a 'Ind hui-ay-. arrive al at Key West.
tTuaesdav,. Thlur-days and .- asaturdl-ny-. .Inltre flonm Key We t.
fMondays, \Welrleru ay- astrl IrtrHlays. ar riv ul- and departure tat Havana.

PALATKA BRANCH
Leave Eas.t EA.T PAl.ATK.A To Arrive Leave PAI.ATKA T, EA.ST ItrriveEait
Palatka 11'.\AI.K.\ l' latkaI PI'alaika ALATKA P 1'alatka

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6 35 pm ...........N 112 li .. ..... ; n .......No. 1l: llaily...... 2 pm

S\ N 'M1 V() BRANCH


Leave Ea-t EAr T IA 1. '% I-X \ i
P'alatka -AN .1.!

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Mate-.) PALATKA

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