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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 11, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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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. 16


Goes Everywere. Reaches All Clea*.


Daytona, Florida, September 11, 1909.


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--- CIA L TOE 00000..DAYTONA MAN MAKES LA M DAY PARADE AND CM IMDE OPERA MSE
SPECIALT(_)AVELTA SAE
VALUABLE INVENTION. CELEIRATION A SUCCESS. GIEETS HTML PLAY
Owing to the late arrival of a shipment of one hundred dozen TowelsN
which we should have received early in the spring. but arrived after our It It Itt WI
.season is over. we will hoil a SP(ECIAL TOWEL SALE in order to close J. G. Gardner Invents Process for The Hosts of Labor Make Very Daytona Dramatic Organization
out the entire let. These towels arv tirst-ela-ss in every respect and are well
worth ent ht w t t ri of th an will los out th ntir Extracting Turpentine Creditable Showing in Their of Amateurs Scores Great
worth 1IS vents. but we mu7t set rid of them and will close out the entire
100 dozen at :3 fr .5 ,.nts or 9.5e a dozen. 1Do not fail to get what towels From Sawdust. Parade Monday. Success in Aladdin.
. 1.7." you ne',l at this ridi with his wife for the past year in a celebrated by the various labor tion of Amateurs has cause for con-
THE PECK = HENDRICKS COMPANY. cozy cottage they own on North unions of IDaytona is a fitting and gratulation upon the reception ac-
-see.. 7:_ == Ridgewood avenue worked out appropriate manner. The parade corded its first performance, the
(l. l during leisure time a process of ob-. started from Union Hall on North presentation of Aladdin or the
,m oea e eas.ememeuemeeuemessesueasemeassemeuememI-e-se training turpentine from sawdust.. Beach street at ten o'clock. It was Wonderful Lamp, at the Daytona -
SS !"h- as patented his invention and headed by the Daytona Hand, fol- Opera House Friday night of last
: g S formed a stock company with a lowing which were the city officialsI week "
I *l l capital of .2,00, with headquar- in carriages, a detachment of the The unusual quiet of the streets
S. ters at Jacksoville. Halifax rifles and followed by the and the array of automobiles, car- *
Any customer purchasing .oo worth of Gro- The machines used for extracting union painters, masons, bricklayers, riages, etc., gathered in front of
a cerie- for cash. I will sell a handsome framed pict- the turpentine will not be sold, but and carpenters. The parade was a the Opera House somewhat prepared
ure, your own selection out of one hundred and fifty the company, which is staled the very satifactory one in point of: the writer, who was tardy in arrival, *
S subjects, size 23x27, for only 59 cents. United Turpentine Co, will operate numbers, and under the escort of for the appearance of a good house,
Sthe machines, installing them and P. J. Hawley as grand marshal: but it was far beyond that, scarcely
i A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME i paying the mill owners so much per passed off very successfully. a seat remaining vacant and the
Gallon for the privilege and the The route of march was down crowd was a good natured, easy,
Y to decorate your homes. You don't have to buy g steam used. Beach street to Orange avenue, to one, not there to criticize, but
S $2 worth at ne time. Ask for coupons. The company does not care to Ridgewood, to Fairview avenue, rather to enjoy to the full extent and
2. install a plant at a mill cutting less and back to grounds near Union! lend encouragement to the efforts of
S* Pictures on display in my window. orth -illa 1
Su o s i i than 25,( .40 feet of lumber per day, Hall, corner of North Beach and; the city 's young folks who were en-
regular way $1.5o to 2.oo each. all and see them but have already secured a sufficient Fairview, where tables had been ar- deavoring to furnish entertainment
CRO number to keep them busy for some ranged for a picnic dinner and; for the public in the quiet season !
I" S time. where the speaking was held. of the year when everything seems
SU Mr. Gardner, who has quite a The speakers were Rev. D. II. naturally to stagnate.
I record as an inventor, having se- Rutter and Chas. F. Burgman.' Dr. Walter S. Snead, the manager
S The North Beach Street Grocer. 'PHONE 19. cured patents on several inventions Both gentlemen talked well and were of the society, filled most excellently !
in the past, tays of this latest one: listened to with marked atten-i the role of Aladdin, being splendidly.'
'"I have been in this business tion by the large crowd that supported by Miss Lillie Mabbette,,
S,***O eo eight years and have installed more gathered to participate in the exer- as the Widow Mustapha, and Miss
SJ B. GARRISON plants in the South than any other cises. Both gentlemen are fluent Alberta Lourcey, as the Princess
*- firm in that business I have been talkers, both well posted on labor Badroul Badour. Clyde Miller.
I I j1 I | 1 1T A close examination of electric- i a a m f o m
al work finished and charged for t working to invent a machine that matters and both made the effort of made a typical Sultan and Clarence
S frtim this shop shows how square- would take the turpentine out of their lives on this occasion. After Bennett, as the Magician, W. F.,
ly- and honorably we transact our saw dust from a mill while the mill the speaking a picnic dinner was Thomason, as Genius of the Lamp,
: II I business. Electrical repairs re- : would be shut down, in order that spread to which all present did: Ralph Lapp. as Grand Vizer, Irvin;
S- who ~ mvl" user worry aoTho 1 ight not interfere with the op- ample justice. Ballough as Prince, Elmer Livings-
who empl our charges-, and they know be- ration of the mill. My latest patent ton, as Abna, the slave, and Miss.
Kindergarten Tramig Course
4. fore; nIgagingus th, t our w.or- .l< tsit to perfection. I take the Kinderarten Training Course. Susie Pellett. as Zora, maid to the
Smanship will be the best. -sawust at night and by using the The Kindergarten training course 'rincess,were all interesting in their
steam that is left over in the boiler at the Stetson normal School covers various characters.
S- Daytona Electric Co. after the mill shuts down for the two years couse of study. It is a Where s: many took part it is
S., I day I extract all the spirits from liberal eduaon to the average impossible to personally mention all
-/ I South Beach Street. the (lust within an hour and young womay. have the benefit of but suffice it to say that the differ-
**** then empty my machines and this trainbikd no other course of ent characters were well portrayed.
S- the dust is ready to burn in the study covered in the same length of John Lourcey made a hit as.
SAAAA tAAAAAAAAAAA* AAAAA* A fAA AA& AA*h--AAA******A- '** t.,ilers the next day. It does not time can possible give a better court jester, Marion Mabbette and,
*N F R' j ^ C K ? N affL-ct the dust for fuel in the least. training for home-making. F, r Raymond Green were a cute pair, as.
SR IC K S O N In fact no one could tell it from dust special information concerning this Kela and Firouza. court favorites,
Cabinet MaKer. Wood WorKer. that comes from the saw." course send to Director A. L. and Anna Mabbette was a fitting
icr. e t The advantage of this is that Suhrie, DeLand,Florida, for Normal Fairy of the Ring.
SPicture Frames, Door and Window Screens made to order. while wood costs frontm 2. to School Bulletin. The dancing girls were charming
Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. ... i per cord, the sawdust costs Miss Rosa B. Knox. A. B.. of the in the tainborine dance and the:
"****ewevevv AAAA *A* *AAAA* Ah AA4 absolutely nothing. It does not cost I university of Chicago. has been en- Zouave Soldiers brought down the
the mill man a ,-ent nor does it in- gaged as Kindergarten training house when they were finally in-
-n 0c*s ss*s ***** ,-onvenience him in the least. It is, teacher to take the place of Miss duced to appear. Miss Grace Bur-
."**************** :as Mr. Gardner puts it, like pick- Marie Morris, resigned. She is at dick and Elwoxl Dillingham gave a
SR. D. TAYLOR, Electrical Contractor ing up so many dollars. New School Kindergarter, a Suth- pleasant cornet duet and the Gem
Slio e \Wiring a Speialty. I Mr. Gardnersays he will always ern woman of splendid gift- and C('ity quartet charmed the audience,
S* call this his Daytona invention and broad and liberal culture. She in the interval between the second
f.-' Dealer in Electrical Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shades, il ,et they will be obliged to be in took her college coursee in one ,f the and third acts. as is their custom
" :'- Lamps No. S Orange avenue, DAYTONA. FLA. Jacksonville they will not dispose best women's colleges of the .Sut'b, and as only a go-d male quartet can
..... ":-- ooosooo**en*essneoo eesssssssss****** Me ** o*.4f their home here. but will run She was graduated in l''.: fr.m a d,.
.. ...- _down now and then to enjoy the three years' training eurse in the The or-hestra, under the direc-.
1..- *: ^..... .................."' ; -_.w- pleasunres that can only be found at Chicago Kindergarten C(llcge and tion of W. W. Wood, furnished ex-
2; .. Dayt'ona. has since spent more than a year in cellent musi, during the evening
uBond Lum ber Comny Mr. Gardner went up to Jackson- the College of Edluation .f the The curtain was obtinate on one
-' rUile last week to be joined later by Iniversity of Chicago. She .. mres; or two occasions failing to promptly
ROUGh. AND DRESSED LU. M Mrs. ,ardner. to DeLand with a strong emiorse- ,lose a tableaux at the proper time
PINE AND CYPRESS l ------- ment from Dean Nathanit-1 lntler, and once it compelled Aladdin to
..3"-" P. \ Strikes Popular Chord. Miss Knox will be asi..tel i"n hei hold the hand of the Princess
-.4 athl, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brck, Lime Bondling Volusia Countv for good work of Kindergarten training ly a! longer than was allowed in the
^: and Cement in Stock. j,,v and ran -':,-nu' roads s ,riuinally suggested by the graduate of the Training lepart- program, but the Princess bore it
-"-.MiLLI^--Bond M. Atlantioast Line Ry.. 1, mti- outb of Iack~, Gazette-News seenms to have struck a ment of the Stetson Normal S.hool. bravely and Aladdin seemed not im-
:-- '. ........ popular cord among the residents Another critic teacher in the patient; why should he with such a


".nP-"Klamasol&.on S nford Brrncn c r r..
..." K1 K Or n n-ordBrancn i..... ..of the county generally. The law person of Miss Mabel Iyier. A. -., charming princess? The only im-
i Phone 83 R. J. MALBY, Manager. requires that up .n petition of a has hern added to the Stetson Nor- patience probably was among the
-----: --- tT tnumhier cf -itizens the county corn- inal Faculty. She is a gratiuatv- a,f .;alp members of the audience who
S -.-: n-iisaioners may c-all an election to the State Normal Collee of M.ary- enviel Aladdin his jo-b.
e-termine whe-ther, or not the land and had years of sic'-s-,ful ex-
,............. c-,unty shall 1lond anl for what perience in public -h,.,l andl Nr-- Sa Clarendon Wil Be Built.
1 WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATIN nt. At present V(,lusia C',un'y mal srhc.,l wrk. She is a naItive
*:I~r~,~-.;'?? ,WinEi^ i ^-/ ^ ^ 11 1 TrF i A letter recFntlv received by At-
gettin a alvani,- irn T;k. a nw Tin Pif, a IlL,t Air Furnace. owe. not a single dollar on lhwnded olriian. A letr reFntly ret-ived v At-.
getting a GalvanI /d Tr-n Tank. a i torney E F. Oates frow Dr. E. L1
indte,!-dne, s hnc.e the argument cif
o any ,f t .e. -r i.,ir* li t -.iliti np]ete a Wmdemrn inextr-liess hnce the argulent f W make all kin. .f fa.- ilrick Fp,,rter authoriz-s; him to state to all
o r an y ,f th e .,th ,.r ,,- :au -a s siti r. j r ,x tr vagan c .a n n ot h e u sed If r t t n rn. r u h t r > l
S o -n 4 t. n. If'.r decoration. ( '::l an,, ,e- u-. in;i uir--trs t],at the New Clarond-,n
delli, remei ber that b county was c vere with a ntrtfial St .. will surelv e hnilt andl rea tv for
SN A SH SON s f harsiin what an 'incentive Cor. f 'in. anl Earl t. f r the ason ;,f ',' I.
C N the r ads wol be t ,w an rs entcir- tf St lr1,.F-e. Flxa. It will be t,,ilt o(n the Erregger-
*eri tlads woulb le towarth, encour-
DAYTONA, rtA. ltanl rther ---li ----r- iv site near the Auumoole (lub
pr- e- ;to givl.,,e.n panp farther rm- *at house after the plans drawn by Mc-
e best prepared to giv prompt anl reliale service at fair prices. pr-nnts. A statemennt has beeL anahan A rice, of lhiladelphia
\o ma-e, wmi.h .m ,nratiV.. U ; | ThL (l-a -tor Ir now in Evasville.
General repair shop on Vlusia Aven e. next to the Arm. at it hi- en ear t tnatr in lle
.. ,.that within ten years Itndin.a n is exi--ted t arrived
I __ -.I I 't I-Ind'iana. and iIs ex14-f-tc-d tip arrive


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CITY HOTEL


Open al
year.


Orange Avenue, Daytona, Fla.


ELECTRIC LIGHTS, ELECTRIC BELLS,
HOT AND COLD BATHS.


TAIlE IIRST-ASS. mI A FEW TARE AIRS.


GEO. IL MAVIIENS, Pmaoweum


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CONIAD G6RCERY CO.


Beginning with May Ist
we will close our store
at 8 p. m. Saturday's
and on Thursday's at
12 o'clock noon.


Respectfully,


The Conrad Grocery Company


E. T. Conrad & Co's. old stand.
pwwAwAw ..,,L -,


THE -ST-I-ANARD O--- NY I


will deliver gasoline without
any charge for delivery at
any point in Daytona, Sea-
breeze, Daytona Beach, Or-
mond or Port Orange. Qual-
ity and quantity guaranteed.
Call Office Phone 128
Mills Transfer 77


Warehouse
Kerosene Oil Delivered by


60
Tank Wagon.


Gasoline Machine Gas and Lubricating Oils.



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Figure with us on your


MOTOR


PUMPING


OUTFITS.


Electricity will pump water

for 5 cents per 300 gallons.


Adam Schantz Electric Lit Plant,

E. L. G(;SN, (;Geral Manager.

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THE DAYTONA GA lt II -NEWS The Seabreeze Special Eleption. AtcE am n PPreparing F A POS
PUBTIJISED EVERY SATURDAY The special election held Sea- In recent years scientists have .
E RDbreeze last Tuesday for he ectionWILL Mf HOE IKL proved that the value of food is mess- to M. n.
breeze last Tueday for h con I ured lately by it purity; the bring
T.of a mayor and one coucnan to s It It suit la the most stringent pure food y f
fill the vacancies crea by the la that have ever been known. pine sto
THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY resignation of Mayo F. Swift A. P. Jones and Miss L. M. Canova fle food that a stood ut promr oak
THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY resignation of Mayor _F.wiftA y a a perfectly clean and pure
(INCORPORATED) and Councilman M. L. Waggoner, United in Marriage Wed- food and which was as pure before
-- resulted in the election of John WW.y A the enactment t of these laws as it
e snesday Afternoon. could piba b is Quaker Oats
Entered at the Postoflice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. Williams mayor and Jerome Weth- Archie reton Joes, of thcity concede by experts to be the ideal
-- erby as councilman. Twenty-three food for making strength of muscle
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Votes were polled. !and Miss Lucile Mercedes Canors, and brain. The best and cheapest of
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. votes were polled. .
of Palat ka, were married at the home all foods. The Quaker Oats Company
O py o ............e ... Excursion Postponed. of the bride's parents in the latter is the only manufturer of oatmeal
One copy three months ............ The excursion to Jacksonville, i city, tedne~day afternoon, at ) tt htm of r femovinge the usks and black
h- .m p' .,+


SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1909


SKINGSTON 31

KINGSTON, Sept. 8-A. C. Fu-
quay has purchased the Wade Pos-
ton place onf West Main street and
Moved in with his family to make


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Mo yand Tuesday. Kingston his home again.
Monday and Tuesday. .
d a J. W. Penny is having an at tesian
The Board of County Commis- well drilled on his home place on
sioners met in regular session at West Main street. Melton & Bal-
DeLand Monday evening and Tues- lough are doing the work.
day morning with all members pres- B. F. Watts has taken the Turner
eat. J. G. Cade was made chair- cottage, corner Ridgewood avenue
man pro ter. and Main street, and will make his C
The minutes of the last regular home in this suburb.
meeting were read, approved and The Kingston people turned out
signed by the chairman pro tem. "en masse" to the Labor Day parade
The following road and bridge re- and picnic near I union Hall, foot of
ports were then submitted: Fairview avenue. It proved quite a
District No. 1-General repairs. success.
District No. 2-No report James Oainey has moved from
District No. 3-Completion of the the Poston cottage on Main street to
grading of Pierson and Bakersburg a house west of the railroad.
road. Repairs on Barberville-De- Ed. Highland, of North Carolina,
Leon Springs road and Bakersburg is with his aunt, Mrs. J. ,. Hamil-
and Seville road. ton, here for the winter. He will
District No. 4-Repairs on Day attend the Daytona High School
tona-Ormond road, and New Smyrna Mrs. II. Davis, of Palatka,is a
and Daytona road. pleasant visitor here, guest of her
District No. 5-General repairs. sister, Mrs. Fred Roberts.
The report of D. D. Rogers & Son Miss Viola Melton is visiting rela
in regard io the proposed road from tives in New Smyrna for a few days.
Osteen to New Smyrna was received
and accepted and a committee con-
sisting of J. P. Turner, Geo. Dimick HI
and J.J. Nicholson appointed to' HOLLY HILL
mark and view the proposed route
and report at the next meeting of HOLLY HIILL, Sept. 8-Miss
the board. May Quattlebaum went to DeLand
The petition of the citizens of Bar- Monday to take the teacher's exami-
berville and vicinity was granted nation.
and a committee consisting of W. A. Labor Day passed with no very
McBride, D. F. Morrison and Daw- great excitement. Many of the citi-
son Brown appointed to straighten zens enjoyed it as a holiday and
road between Volusia and Daytona s-me of tliem took advantage of the
and report at next meeting. trip on the "Two Chums" to take in
Action on the petition of Thos. L. the grand doings at Daytona.
Dean in regard to the erection of a The Misses Mary and Nellie Mann
gate across DeLand and Crows Bluff came Monday for a fleeting visit.
road was postponed until next meet- Miss Mary leaves Thursday for Fort
ing. Myers, where she has accepted a po-
Allowance of Eliza Philips was sition in the school. They were
revoked and clerk instructed to joined Wednesday by Miss Aimee
notify her of action of the board. Mann and Mrs. Gwyn and little
The clerk was instructed to re- daughter, Mary.
quest J. Earle Bacon to submit for Grover DeBarry went to Hastings
the consideration of the board his Monday.
bill for the burial of a pauper. Mr. Peterson has lately bought a
TIPbl alk k l t.Ia d 'a t t1d t. Ui hnlI. fI r thp fj I ht I; iq fmil1


JI c~Kr M W=Isn r UO VVU Ul n Jlljy .
the secretary of the Board of Par-
dons that the board had made a
thorough investigation of the physi-
cal condition of S. E. Morris and
were of the opinion that the sen-
tence of the law should not be in-
terfered with.
The petition of the officials of
Holly Hill was referred to the at-
torneys of the board for reply.
The notary bonds of E. F. Oates,
Silas B. Wright, Geo. L. Branning
and Laurence Thompson were
approved.
The pension claims of the follow-
ing named persons were approved:
Nancy A. Poppell, Thomas A.
Hughes, William A. Finney, R. C.
Baker, Mattie J. King, Cora 0.
Marsh, Jordan McCollum A. II.
Steagall, Delilah Purdom, Moses
Manning, Lavins Hull, James F.
Hull, Geo. W. Rich, Benjamin W.
Nettles, Nancy M. Brooke, Willian
R. Roberts, Eliza Jones, Daniel
Clifton, Jr., and John Vaughan.
Witness fees in the case of the
State of Florida vs. Roy Yelvington
and State of Florida vs. Charlie
Jones were refused.
Criminal Court cost bills for
$1414.17 were approved anl the
2 A 2. -


lsrtol j or l uc use 'tI IAIIamIy.
Miss Mollie Mlinton, of Palatka,
visited her uncle and aunt, Mr and
Mrs. Minton.
Mr. and Mrs. Hlcacock and Miss
Mabel Morrison left Wednesday for
harherville.
Tuesday evening next our young
people talk of having an ice cream
and basket social on the school
house grounds for the benefit of the


mentioned in 'last week's Gazette-
News, as scheduled for the ll;th of
the month, has been postponed until
Thursday of the following week,
September 23, when a rate of `l.50
for adults and l1.<0 for children
will be given and ample provision
will be made for all parties, both
white and colored, who desire to
take advantage of this cheap rate to
the metropolis of the State.

The Beach Street Parkage.
The Gazette-News has previously
called attention to the fact that the
mowing of the Beach street parkage
was up to the property owner, the
city disclaiming any intention to
look after it. In some cases owners
of abutting property have had the
package put in shape, but the ma-
jority of it is still unmowed and in
a ragged looking condition. Strang-
ers are already drifting into the city
and the parkage should receive at-
tention.


Where the Storm Struck.
The West India storm which
threatened the Florida coast the
last week of August seems to have
done considerable damage in and
about Cuba and the Isle of Pines
being the most severe experienced
in the latter place in many years.
The Isle of Pines Appeal, of Sept. 2.
says:
"The storm which struck here
was scheduled tor the Florida coast,
but in some manner was switched
this way. The whole eastern part
of Cuba came under the influence of
the hurricane.


C PORT ORANGE I

PORT ORANGE, Sept. 8-J. A.
Erickson, of DeLand, is still on this
side of the county and hustling as
usual. He sold Hon. T. J. Spark-
man a piano which he delivered
Tuesday.
Dr. DuBois went to DeLand Fri-
day off professional business.
The concrete walls of Mr. Lyons'
store building are going up fast.
Geo. F. Crouch and Supt. Botts
were in the village Saturday on mat-
ters connected with the Spruce
Creek school.
Mr. Palmer, who with Mrs. Pal-
mer arrived from New York last
week and have been stopping at t he
Hardeman House, have bought the
north 20) feet of I. J. Wells' heauti-
ful place on the River Shore.
Mr. and Mrs. Howes drove over to
DeLand Sunday to visit their son
and family.
Mrs. Carey, of Lancaster, Ga., is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Riefouider.
Mr. Lyon is having the first con-
crete block fence built along the
lot on Dunlawton avenue.


oekx-k, Rev. Father Harry o
iff ctat-


ing.
The bridle was attire.l in white
silk with veil and orange blossoms
ant! carried a boquet of bride roses,
her sister, Miss Aline Canova, being
maid of honor and Miss .leanie Per-
sons, of Orlando, and Miss Marie
Merryday, of Palatka, acting as
bridesmaids. The groomsmen were
L. C. Canova, Jr, and Arnold Can-
ova, while Katie Putnam Calhoun
and Alfreto lriay acted as pages.
Mr. Redhead, of Orlando, was
best man. Seventy-five or eighty
guests were present, among the
number being Miss Ruth E. Coates.
of Daytona Beach, and Duke Wilder.
of this city. Numerous elegant and
beautiful presents were received by
the young couple.
Mr, and Mrs. Jones left Palatka
at 5:0n) p. in, on the Atlantic Coast
Line, for St. Michaels, Md, Mr
Jones' former home, where they
will spend their honeymoon. They
will return to Daytona ablxut the
lirst of Octoher and occupy the
Wicking cottage, now being corn
pleted on Volusia avenue, Mr..lones
resuming his duties as station agent
of the F. E. C. Ry., at this place


Discovered in Good Time.
E:rly Thursday afternoon a blaze
was discovered on the porch roof of
the old frame building owned by C.
0. Livingston, of Jacksonville, and
located between The Globe and .I.
A. Shanks buildings. It is not
known how the fire originated but
it is possible it was from a spark
carried by the wind from the pile
driving machine at work on the ap-
proach to the library building. It
was first seen by the workman at
that place and was extinguished by
Walter Rogers and several of the
workmen by means of a few buckets
of water.


Handkerchief Showers.


Mrs..1. D Maley gave a handker-
chief shower Tuesday afternoon in
honor of Miss Bessie Bingham, who
will be married today. It was a
most enjoyable affair, about twenty
of Miss Bingham's young friends
being gathered together at the Day-
tona Beach residence of J. D. Maley
and wife.


J. P. Turner, of New
who has been in the citv


Smyrna,
looking


A part of the afternoon was spent after matters in regard to the con-'
by the young ladies in making create work at the new school build-
sachet bags for the bride elt-ct in ing, went to Tacksomville Thumslay'
her color, pink, andl this color effect ito get castings made for molds for
was carried out in decorations, re- larger concrete blocks.
freshments, etc.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Shecut, who
The numerous beautiful h;andlker-' r .
She uerous e f have been boarding with Mr. and
chiefs received by the bride elect Mrs. W. Al. Moore at The Wo d-
Mrs. W. M. Moore at The Wood-
were showered over her head by the o .
hostess, almost covering her with la hmes flats on Third ave. M nd
Sf e l a Holmes' flats on Third avenue and
these tokens of the love and goodl o -
S.... will take possession today. Mr.
SaMl* Jk~ at r ri' nln t( i1 hu i. emloeda. akis


wses o r i r n s ant commVll- ; i at. It nkin
Sunday school. They are anticipat- Little Marjorie Rose. u. i hecut is employed at l.ankins
ions.gr St e
ing lots of fun and when they make Y LILL.IAN t'. KE'. Another feature f the ocasi rug tore.
up their minds to have a good time I went one morn across the way was the presentation of several' The receipts of Aladdin or the
they generally get it, and will be To call upon a friend I love; towels to Missessie from some of Wnderful Lamp given at the Day-
pleased to have their friends and Upi6n her lap a baby lay, towels to is esm some of
leased to haven't in their fe nds and A precious little dove. her girl friends sLe being the first tsna Opera House last week were
neighbors come and join them in ith eal pure eyv of blue bride from a group of young ladies $102.0.' Being the first perform-
e consumatioShining from a soul so true, who had each agreed to make a nce of the oraniation e-
('has. Ballough returned from Marjorie Rose, sweet little bud, towel to be given to the first of penses were necessarily more than
Washington Saturday and on Wed- Leaves must unfold to womanhood their number to be married. they will le ,rdinarily.
nes-lay made a business trip to Pa- The journey's long, dear little maid;
latka. May no thorns in your path be laid.
SMay your journey be bright as the morn Miss Florence Moore gave a hand- MAKES WORK EASIER,
Absoutel PerfectAnd sweet roses your pathway adorn kerchief shower Monday afternoon It It
May angels guard the precious child, in honor of Miss Bessie Binghan. People Are Pleased to Learn How
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Osborne re- All life's journey through. A dozen or more of the close friends
turned from Palatka last Saturday. Pure as now, and undefild, and relatives of Miss Bessie were t oe.
Mi. slborne has been engaged for Sweet as morning dew_ present and enjoyed with her a it'hi pi-,tr har] to attr-i toduti-.
-,gedra ___ pre s l e'nt andWienole wit U h -o s ar'itl a ttling tb;ark.
the past three months in installing Mrs.Sarah A. ever who re- pleasantafternoon. With annoying inary di.orers.
a plumbing and hot water heatingently resied in this ity with her The rooms of the Woodlawn were I)an's Kidney Pills n.ake orkeoasier.
system in the Kupperbush hotel in daughter, Mrs. W F. Holmes. and tastefully decorated in the bride's They .lur e ackas-he.
that city, completing the work last family, died at the residence of Mr. clors, pink and white, which was They Mure every kidney ill.
week. When finished he turned the i olm i n a ie l d i also carried out in the refreshmentsy-
water int, the system and let it i-omes in Jacksonville lastTu ..esd i ,,so carried o.' i.e r na. Ftna.. says: "* 'tis Kt inevy Pils


TAL CARD
Zuber, Daytona, will
a strand of yellow
e wood for $2.25,


$2.50.


16=3m


I--:- t #I.-


e C" Ins'. ] C:a n iU- i- utl r et
and .x-.-ti : .- :1. L: y rs Mre
hav** 4- 'r. Saw Ferry's
Spe-d;; r re: s>n' r. sLL. of our car*
catalomUGea d prn,,ti iyiourexperlence.
Sent free n rq.-ie_-t. Addrc -s
|B. M. FERMT&LE, Gnra.MiM.



p Wood's Descriptive

Fall Seed Catalog
now read,. tives the fullest
infornit on atuout all
Seeds for the
Farm acd Garden,
Grasses =arn- ic..'c-rs,
Vetch%-!, APl!fa.
Seed .'heat, Oats.
Rye, Barley, etc.
Ai o tells all about
Ve cttite & F!ower Seeds
that :a 1,0I ,I;1'-'l" iin the fallto
adv-an-tae an.' :,wro:tt, and about
Hyac'ia.-,t TU!'ps ai.d other
Flowerng Bulbs, Vegetable and
Strawberry Plants, Poultry
Supplies and Fertilizers.
Every Farmer and Gerdener should
have this catalog. it iinvainable in
its helpfnh'e-" and suiggertive Idea for
a profitable and -&tl-factory Farm or
Garden. Catalogue mailed free o
request. Write for it.
T. W. WOCD & SONS,
S) Seedsmen. Richrrond, Va.


MASONIC .IURECrOty.
HAILIAX WA8MM.Ne6 & A. mUzti
Mesb'taI 'Daui~Tbnsisya. ~
HALIFAX OU"AN'TZR N& I, A.
M.S~bA Thisia -
O31UNALOOXXAND3KY, No 9
X.ts th kThu
LIVE OAK ORamah:neuIao. x
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AU nbtt ftMa9SUaUNeMilOrange aa
-A. GOODWIN
Practicarl
Mattress Maker
Muttre'sa% renade with Cnre. bjm
(vushiow atde toorder.
mhop on N. I' ach St. zner Robertvs
Blacksmith Rhor.



The most CO


forwtc M


to be found is a high

grade Box Spring sad

a Cotton Felt Mat.

tress. Examine be.

Sore you buy.

TIlE YIY BEST I SImi AT


Binbhau&IicyCe

The Furniture

Emporium.

PhUill E. Rebtaem. Arelitet.
i--vaanat, ea
Winter Hoiem
ina VorIdm
Bungalows,
Patio Houses,
dea ls)
Pj Tampa.


specks which are so annoying wunu
other brands are eatea.
For hot climates Quaker Oats is
packed ia hermetically sealed tins,
keeps fresh and sweet anywhere. 1

LA E O6101S WITNESSED

BALL GAMES WEDNESAY.


Afternoon (ame Captured by the
Indians but at Night
Daytona Won.
The Chickasha Indian baseball
club arrived as scheduled Wednes-
day afternoon and met the local
team in a well played game, coin-
mencing at 3.30 o'clock, the score
being 3 to 1 in favor of the Indians.
The Daytona team had a fine line-
up and the boys played one of th,6
strongest games of the season.
A large crowd witnessed the game
in the afternoon and a still greater
number were present to see ihe
freak game in the evening which
was played by kerosene light on a
greatly contracted diamond, a large,
soft ball Ibing used and a big at.
The Daytona boys got right on t,
this easy ball and rolled up a score
of 18 to the Indians 9.
There were really five Indians in
this bunch of traveling ball players,
while the rest of the aggregation
looked like a mixture of several na-
tionalities, the Enmerald aile predom-
inating.

Sheffield Wright, representative
of the Grover-Stewart Drug Co., of
Jacksonville, is in the city with Mrs.
Wright, looking for a location with
the intention of making Daytona
their home. They have been living
Miami.
Mrs. E. I. Iee and her friend.
Mrs. Brown, of Melbourne Beac-h,
arrived Thursday afternoon and are
visiting with Mrs. C. H. Cox at the
Troy House. Mr. Lee is a si-ter-i -
haw of Mrs. Cox.
Mrs. Joseph Daniels and daugh
ter, of Mayport, and Mrs. J. S.
Houston, of East Palatka, were visit-
ing with C. D. Smiley and wife and
Miss Turner, at Kingston, from
Sunday until Thursday afternoon.


Are made with the Billing-
sley Dovetailed Heads.
Any leading manufacturer
can furnish them. If your
dealer cannot supply you
writh to the


OCALA BOX CO.


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July :i.Inr

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(iaincsm i, no0 ida. FOR W 0 M E N.
An Institution of tihe First Rank, sup- TaNbassee, Hrids.
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l.hrid: Y.ng Mi.n. South. offeringg degrees and diplomas in
1 horough Cc:urscs Lcading t t t)ckrccs of the follow-ing departments:
A., I. Sc.. `M. A., M. sc., nid ... I. 1. A College of Liberal Arts.
In Arts ad -iten.es; Agr ieulture; II A School of Induct ial Arts.
Chemnical- Civil, Electria:l an( Mlcchanri- III. A School o(f Fine Arts
>ial Engineering; Law: Nrnmal Selzhool;i IV A School of Expression.
Graduate Schtool. V. A School of Teachers.
Expenses Lxo'iiingly I.ow. For N-o Tuition. Other expenses very low.
Catalogue write to j For further information address :
A. A. Murphree, A. M., L. .. I)., Edward Conradi, M. A., Ph. D.,
President. President.


John B. Stetson University
LINCOLN HULLEY, Ph. D, Litt. D, LL D, Ptremde
THE BEST SCHOOL ,S NOE FOR YOUR CHILDREN
SEND THEK TO STETSON:
49 Professors and Instructors College of Liberal Arts
17 University Buiblings College of Law
28 Acre Campus College of Technology
581 Students Last Year College of Business
$25.,WM.00 Endowment Preparatory Academy
15,M Volumes in Library Normal and Model Schools
$10,..00 Pipe Organ School of Mechanic Arts
10 Large Laboratories for Science School of Music
Unsurpassed Gener:al 1:qaipment School of Fine Arts
Senartled mtori fori-.fo. yir r. 'n ai. y, .' i. uu:r-n. Careful adauiiairatio. aad ihresuL s.prmp ..ir.
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OUR FOUR CARDINAL PRINCIPLES:-


ABSOLUTE SAFELY, Insured by


Capital
Surplus


S"tockhol 1derst Liability
Actual ietir ity tod)tep)ositors


toll a


M ISFIUlSES
IN REULA SESSION.


Considerable Business Transacted
at Session Held at DeLand


$1()0,(X)J
$250,000
$I(M)I )O
|$i.o,n(oo


NOTE:--This lBnk is Number (ne ol the "Honor Roll" of
NaTlin:d Bantks in Florida, : No. a N. 17 in the whole
United State,,.. .uinmnr f, r sixty-eiiht hundred National
iatnks.


I CONSERVATISM


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TlE BEST OIAN6E BOXES


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I lHave you read the "Goose Girl"
and the 'Inner Shrine." They are
the books being talked about. We
have them.
Clark's Stationery Store.


S*We want to be your jewelers.
Th's the reason we are spending
Cash for this "add." All goods
-fr ee free. Price always right.
L. H. ROWE & Co., The Jewelers.

S ev. Herman G. Porter was in
eLand from Saturday until Mon-
Way.
G H Gardiner and family re-
taised Saturday from a two weeks'
e r in Ohio.
1: WANTED-Several salesladies A.
S ALLuA, Moore Bros.' old stand.
SMrs. J. A. Van Valzah left Day-
SBeach last week for a visit at
0l- adelphia and other points East.
Frank McCorkle, who was vis-
his parents at Kingston last
returned to DeLand Satur-


.SBiagham & Thompson have
ilRBd to N.'A. Rist of Dawson, Pa.,
D. Maley cottage at Daytona
recently purchased of Mrs.

*Dr. Honghton, dentist, west end
ush Bridge. Peck block, phone 32.
W. L Barze and daughter,
returned Friday afternoon of
-week from a visit at Barnes-
Ohio, and joined Rev. W. L
at Daytona Beach.
settiaster W. C. Smith, Ast.
L. J. Cowan and H. H.
wheeled to Rose Bay Monday
enjoyed some exc4lent fishing,
ag a fine catch of trout.
It's Allan's way.
.itRemember the bankrupt sale of
Bros.' stock.
-.Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Stickler
last week from South
,Ind., and are again estab-
iathe E. E. Johnson resi-
'mciae on Seahreeze avenue, Daytona

$ Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Quigg and
Returned Friday afternoon of
week from an extended visit at
Ohio. They also visited
tBellaire, Ohio, and Wheeling,
V. Va;


'*Guavas cheap, write
2. Charles Gifford. Vero,


for price.
Fla. 12-5-


Vr.and Mrs. W. G. Miner, of
Va.., have leased the
Thompson cottage, recently
by Mr. O'Neil and family,
the Bingbam & Thompson

.ra. Annie Mendenhall, of Eustis,
ieen visiting her sister, Mrs.
(. Cook, and niece, Mrs. W.
re, for the past week at The
w, on North Ridgewood

2 cents, all style of shirts
with work left and called
Daytona Steam Laundry. tf
Dorothy Dean, of Miami,
has been visiting with Mr. and
BS. Miller, returned home
d. Miss Dorothy is the
fEditor S. Bobo Dean, of
opolis.
\r.iand-Mrs Geo. M. Ounn left
i turday morning for Sneads.
they will spend a couple
Mr. Gunn,who is assistant
at the electric light plant,
duty for that period.

iarl Grit Artificial Stone Co.
l aiekt $8 per 1,t100. tf


i Mavy Evernden, of Sea-
, was the guest of Miss Flor-
MOVfe of this city over Sunday
~present at the handkerchief
. given by Miss Florence,
evening, in honor of Miss
ghamr
T. E Fitzgerald aloIn-
bly Mrs. Fitzgerald and
son, Franklin, turned
y from a two months'
Aheville, N. C. Franklin
the outingfully a much as
and grew half a head
trwen.... 2^. u k"*160 stk.%a t


Mrs. Julia Martin went up to St.
Augustine last Saturday for a few
days' visit.
Mrs. J. R. Berry, of New Smyrna,


Mrs. C. M. Bingham will return
to Daytona the latter part of the
month.
Mrs. H. L. Obe- was a Jackson-
ville visitor Friday and Saturday of
last week.
Harry Brigham returned to Sea-
breeze last week from his visit to
Portland, Maine.
*It's Allan's waw


was the guest of the Misses Aber- .""" "{'
crombie of Myrtle avenue over I Remember the bankrupt sale of
Sunday Moore Bros.' stock.
*It's Allan's way. Prof. J. L. Wright, principal of
The bankrupt sale of Moore the Daytona High School, is ex
Tl opected today from Bedford, Ohio.
Bros.' stock will begin Saturday, m Bedford O
Sept. 18, 1909. There will be services at St.


The ladies of the 'Twill Do Cot-
tage were the guests of Mrs. H. Y.
Stillman at her beach cottage Friday
of last week, enjoying a pleasant
social afternoon.
ePhone 28 will call for your clean
ing and pressing. 0. S. Burnett.tf
Judge Michael O'Neil's family,
who have been occupying one of
Laurence Thompson's houses at
Daytona Beach for the past year, re-
turned with the Judge to Havana,
Cuba, last week.
Remember the bankrupt sale of
Moore Bros.' stock.


Prof. H. E. Wakfield has returned
with his launch from Bonaventure,
Mrs Wakefield, accompanied by her
mother, Mrs Mims, coming up by
train Monday, and are again at
home at Seabreeze.
Mrs. Wm. McGriff was in the city
on business last Saturday, coming
down from Jacksonville where
she and Mr. McGrifff have been lo-
cated for the past month or since re-
turning from California.
tAutomobile tires and inner tubes
vulcanized at Oliver's garage
Major Britton's nephew, W. .1.
Jetton, and his friend, Gordon
Brock, who has been visiting with
him at Seabreeze, departed Monday
for South Carolina, the former
going to Anderson and the latter to
Honeypath in that State
Mis W. W. Moore and Mrs. Faye
Cartright and son, who were visit-
ing with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Han-
kins for a few days, departed Mon-
day by way of DeLand for their
home at Bartow. Albartus Hankins
accompanied them for a visit.
*Call at Our Store and see the
easy wringer mop.
Mrs. T.. Wagner, wife of the
Southern Express agent, is at Fitz-
gerald, Ga., visiting with her grand-
mother, haying left Daytona last
week accompanied by Miss Onia
Brookes, of West Palm Beach, who
had been visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. Wagner for several days.
Supt. A. O. Botts was a guest of
Schmidt's Hotel from Friday after-
noon of last week until Sunday,
when he returned to D)eLand. Sat-
urday he accompanied Geo. F.
Crouch, chairman of the County
School Board, to Spruce Creek to
determine upon a location for a new
school house at that place.
You save $2 per M by using home
brick. Pearl (trit Artificial Stone Co,
tf Seabieeze, Fla.


Among the number returning
Friday afternoon of last week were
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Winne and Mr.
and Mr. and Mrs. E L. Shear and
little son. This party, with the ex-
ception of Mr. Shear, has been at
Hepdersonville, N. C., for the past
two months, where Mr. Shear joined
them a couple of weeks ago.
-Fall term at Stetson Ilniversity,
Deland, Fla., opens Sept. 29th.
Send for catalog and book of viewt.
W. C. Branch, who is just conm-
pleting a twelve or fourtten-roomt
addition to the front of The Willmt r
on South Palmetto avenue, is pre-
paring for the construction of a
25x32 foot extension at the rear of
building for the purpose of enlarg-
ing the dining room and kitchen in
proportion with the the balance of
the house.


*5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any
case of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
4 A .


Mary's Episcopal Church at 11:00)
a. m, and St. James, Ormond. 3:.'
p. m., next Sunday.
Clyde Miller is now in the employ
of the Southern Expresss Company,
taking the place of Frank Lee on
the delivery wagon.
tFoR SALE CHEAP--A Steinway
square piano, Box Ifi;, City. 15 2

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Allen, Mrs.
Watts and Attorney Bert Fish drove
over from DeLand Wednesday to
witness the ball game.
Mrs. James Rix and daughter,
Miss Pearl, are on the ocean beach
for a time, being located in of the
Carson cottages at Daytona Beach.
"'One 5 in. and t; in. pumping en-
gine for sale. S. H. GOVE.
Miss Belle Maley and her nieces,
the Misses Eva and Isabel Jackson,
returned Monday night from their
summer outing at Hendersonville,
North Carolina.


tit's Allan's way.
"The bankrupt sale
Bros.' stock will begin
Sept. 1S, 19 (0.


of Moore
Saturday,


Edwin Osgood, of Oak Park, Ill.,
arrived in Daytona last Saturday
with the intention of engaging in
potato culture. Mr. Osgood is stop-
ping at the Troy House.
Otto Wehner is again at his place
at the Peck-Hendricks store, having
sufficiently recovered from his at-
tatk of nAllrisQ to reume his


respective organizations.
Preparations are being made for
the removal of the D A.A. Blodgett
house from its present I cation at
the northwest corner of Ridlgewood
and Live Oak avenues to the south-
west corner of these stleets to make
way for the new residinee which


more in sight and will have to en-
large his force in order to keep up
with the various jobs.

City Water Turned On.
Water was turned in the mains of
the water works Monday evening
about five o'clock and quite a


Lai- "A'" r ...... AE....... .7-. numberof the citizens and small
duties there last Thursday. Contractor Cove will erect for Mrs. the citizens and al
Bu Blodgett boys collected about the City Hall
Buy your wood from the oil where a section of the new hose wha
and gas wagon. 0. L. Spring. Miss Ellen Mendenhall arrived attaced to the hydrant at the inter-
The city delinquent tax sale wasy from Tampa, where she section of Beach street and Orange
conducted by Collector Titus Mon- had been visiting a sister, and joined avenue. The hose was handled by
day. About seventy pieces of prop- her mother, Mrs Annie Mendenhall, C. A. Gontz, assisted later by Mr.
rty were sold, all of which were at the Woodlawn. They leave next Hudson of the J. B. McCrarv Co.
bought by the city with one exce Monday for their home at Eustis, force, when the pressure was in-
tion. after a pleasant visit with Mrs creased to something between
SSusan G Cok ald Mrs. W. r twenty-five and thirty-five pounds.
C. H. Lane and his partner, red \,,,oore and fan,.lv. ..
C. .. r oore and fami.y. The hose used was two and one-
Ward, accompanied by the latter's
brothers, Harley and Raymond "Brighten IUp is the adjuration half inch with inch and a quarter
Ward, drove over from Winte;r ark to the public displayed in one of nozzle and the water, at this low
in Mr. Ward's car Tuesday for a the Bingham & Malev Co.'s show pressure, was easily put over the
few das on the beh. windows, accompanied by the figures top of the Peck Block and the Con-
few davs on the beach.
of four painters handling a special rad building and this was with
"5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any brand of paint which the company many of the hydrants about the city
ease of ('hills and Fever. Price 25c
case of Chill and ever. rice5 carry in stock. It is a picturesque still open, which was done before
4-3mos and striking display well designed the water was turned on This was
J. D. Ferrell, of Sneads, State in- to attract the eve of the passer-ly. not an official test but merely a pre-
spector of convict camps, was in Charles Nusbaum returned la-t liminary trying out of this system
Daytona Wednesday and Thursday, Saturday from a month's outing by the contracting company.
stopping at Schmidt's Hotel. Mrusbaum saw the great
Ferrell inspected the camp near automobile races at Indian.eldis, Postmaster W. C. Smith and wife
Port Orange and states that he visited Chicago and other p ent the greater part of this week
found everything in go d condition. spending a few days at his ld at the beach.
C. Nash & Son received an order home, Seneca, Ill, and had a good Walter M. Stewart arrived Thurs-
this week from .1. I). Rogells, of time generally. lie resumed his day from Evanston, Ill.. and is at
Cathleen. Fla., near Bartow, for a position at the F. E. C'. depot the S 'aside [un, Daytona Beach.
galvanized iron tank and gutters. on Monday. Henry Van Dorn has been ec-
They do quite a good deal of work :Try the Pearl Grit Press-ed brick. gaged for several days this week
of this kind within the State and Cor. of Pine and I-arl Sts., putting in the piling for the ap-
have made shipments to places all tf Seabreeze, Fla. preach to the Public Library.
over the country. \i; Ine ;1Dide.l.t Mf I oinron ... .... -


'School Books! School Books'
LaTgest and best supply ever offered
t) the Bshool children of Daytona,
Before buying see our tablets etc.
D n' forget the place.
Clark's Stationery Store.

Thomas S. DeBord and wife ar-
rived from Payson, 1ll., last Satur-
day to spend the winter and are


MINN, I III4. ItU Mt "L I.\ .L|I ,
Ky., was the guest of Mr and Mrs.
.lames Kincaid from Friday of last
week until Monday, when Mr. and"
Mrs. Kincaid took her to Ponce
Park for a visit with her cousin,
Mrs. Gomez Pacetti. While at
Ponce Park Mr. Kincaid enjoyed
some good fishing and landed a
thirty-five pound bass.



guests of the Troy House, being the Mrs. CB.B. twyn, of Fitzgerald,
advance guard of the tourist popu Ga., wife of the auditor of the F. o.
lation of the coming season Mr. B. R. I., was in the city last Satur-
DeBlord comes to Daytona for relief day noting the changes and im-
from hay fever with which he is provements made in an absence of
atlicted'in the fall. eight years. Mrs. Gwyn resided
Here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. J. T. Dunn, Dunn ad LF. A. Mann, at one time and is now
the Misses Nannie and Susie Dunn. visiting them at their home at Sea-
Annie Connor and Sarah Stili' brook. near Bulow, where Mr. (Iwvn
left last Monday in their Maxwell expects to join her next week for a
T-a.l .. f. r


W. W. Wood is now leader ot the
Citizens Band, with E. H. Winney
as assistant. Mr. Wood takes the
place of G. W. Farrel, resigned.
Thomas Martin, who has been ill
for some time at his home on West
Orange avenue, is very much im-
proved. being able to get down
stairs this week for the first time in
a long period.


+Sterling silver picture frames,
ryui4v l dn lvanurm lan u4w


s.pecit aty goo values, auso many ---..
things suitable for wedding gifts *
too numerous to mention at prices
low for the quality. No charge for
engraving.
(;eo. H. Clark. Jeweler. *
A telegram was received Wednes-
day morning by Mrs. H. Y. Thomp- *
son, announcing the death of her *
......n* \f-I 1 ii ('.1, .,t l amliltan -


Mr. Hall, of Jupiter, ia the guest TIE I31Th ATMf1 M
of his brother, k S. Hall.
Mrs. Walter Dimankes and three ASSOATl 6N
c'iildren, of New Smyrna, are visit-
ing Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mason.
new shipment of Ferry's seeds Its Object Is to Own nd Operate
at Young's Pharmacy. a Baseball Park.--Coop
J. B. Dunagan was in the city ration Wanted.
from Sunday until Wednesday A meeting of business men was
morning, when he departed for held at the office of Fitzgerald &
points in Georgia. Oates Tuesday evening and the Day-
Harry C. 'Thompson returned tons Athletic Association formed
Monday from Lake Helen where he with S. H. Gove, president, and F.
visited over Sunday with Mr. and J iver, secretary.
Mrs. M. M. Bond. The object of the association is to
S. own and operate a baseball park.
The city steam roller has bee Acontrct has been secured from
.. .e "A contract has been seeded from
used this week, with more or less .a
S. .... 3Conrad & Bullard to a: tract of land
success, to level the earth over the onrad la a tact of l
.. on Live Oak avenue which will
water mains along the streets. e .a e .
make an ideal park.
Dr. G. A. Klock was called to A committee consisting of S. H.
Dupont Monday to set a broken arm : Gove, W. C. Smith and Major J. D.
and was at New Smyrna the follow- C. Morris was elected to interview
ing day on professional business citizens with a view to selling stock
Many expressions of appreciation in the association.
were heard of Vet Cave's thought- It is the intention to incorporate
fulness in distributing a couple of the association as soon as the nee-
boxes of his excellent cigars at the essary subscriptions can be raised.
picnic of the local unions on Labor Daytona has long needed a first-
Day. class ball park convenient to the
S!center of the city and if the citizens
Recent word received vonvevs the, ... .. .
el w r F. i he desire to have the national sport in
welcome intelligence that F. T. Peck r, .. .
,. yDaytona it is up to them to give
was not obliged to suffer the ampu- support to te Daytona Athletic As-
_. support to the Ltaytona Athletic s-
tation of his thumb, injured on his iatn.
trip north, but that it was improv- ,
ing nicely. Addition to Tie Magnolia.
Mrs. A. McF. Porter and children, Mrs. Celeste Hinks will have quite
Miss Kathleen and Richard, are so- an addition made to The Magnolia
mourning for a time on the beach at on North Ridgewood avenue. This
Daytona Beach, being in one of the addition will be on the south side of
Carson cottages, where Mr. Porter the hotel, for the purpose of enlarg-
joins them at times. ing the dining room and parlor. S.
County Commissioner W. D. H. Gove, who will do this work,
Bradshaw and Geo. F. Crouch, also has some additions to make to
chairman of the County School the J. N. Gamble residence at Day-
Board. made the usual monthly pil- tna Beach. Mr. Gove says the
grimage to DelIand Monday to at- work keeps cropping up so that he
tenld the re.,, a. r meet ; of their has considerable under contract and


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Special attention to diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Throt and Nose. Office
and residence, Magnolia avenue. 3d
door west of P. 0., telephone 82.
Oee hotrs 9 a. m to9 p. _m.

G. A. KLOCK
Physician and Surgeon
Atsoelated with R.O. Cooley. M. D.
Speeotl attention given to disetais of
the Wye, iMe. Nos and Throat. tmece
hours 7 to 9 a. mu. I to 4 and 7 to H p. m.
DAYTONA, FLA.

M. JOSIE ROGERS, M. D.
Htomeopathic Physician
No. 453 North Beach Street.
Office Hours, 12'30 to 2:30 and 6:00
to 7:30.
Telephone No. 122.

ROY HOWE. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office and residence: 123 So. Ridge-
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tel. Phone 175. Office hours: 9 to


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he sn..tched from the water dece but the cz:r a is.A MAnRIAGE NUTICE.
See the beautiful launches, spirk and But of .ill the atteniptt on the lives
span, their hampers and lockers bulging of Itussia's rulers Iwo stand out iost The Modern On l oundedQuite Grand
with refreshments both solid an a liquid, clearly for their aaniazing ingenuity. to the Old Lady.
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful One tells the story Oft a little unpre- Old ady Goodyear laid down the
surface. Take out your field glass and tentlous shop ii .al!al Stldov:lja mper with at sighandtlooher over er.
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to street. Koboeff. then- unknown to feet uies at rshaed when reooear-
Ponce Park light house, then say the police, took tile shopi and set out eer our hutble marriage notice she
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of to inlpress the polle. who were al- rid.
beauty and a joy forever, and one of ways maklug sudden itnsitetions o *.1farriied. In the First Congregation-
the mod wondepremises a the thoroughfare of borlle. Abel od-
the modern wonders, through whh w Alexander II. passed. ear to Mary Lawton'" chanted
The eFAhcntibgly Picturesque Rdwewiod. thth was nothing but a provision Fear to Mary Jjawton.'" chanted
iy Ptureqthat he was nothing but a provision Grandfather Goodyear. "t read well.
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of dealer. Nearly every one hi that to my thinking."
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies, street was a lpaid spy. but Koboff "Yes for those days, but not for
and the wide-spreading branches of the joked with his cutonlers, pleased his wife.
heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their purveyors and was lmoat affable and preseu know said his old wife.g's
giant arms across this magnificent vista, apparently l"ramless. daughter Laura married a 'Tby. and
The dealer inuspiredl confidence. and tir daughter has justura married aToby ad
forming an arch, and from these extend- h es custolu increadd gradually Notheir daughter has just married Sopy
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss his custom ireatd gradually. No Itt's grandson. His mother, So-
ed arms great festoons of Spanish mos wonder for mot of the parcels that hy's child, arrd a ilson."
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas his customers were carrying away by "'Well, what of all that?" Inquired
fan them. Lookingstraightahead down day contained nothing but earth- Grandfather Goodyear. rubbing his
this white shell street one has the im- earth that during the night hours had forehead in great confusion of ind.
pression of a fairy path with clfi'h dra- been scraped by the man and his "It's the fashlou to keep all the fam-
peries, but as you move along and cast wife frontm beneath the street! It was fly names," said Old Lady Goodyear.
an eye first to the right and then to the by such ingenious method that a tun- severely. "You hear how grad It
left youwee distinguished cottage homes nel [was hollowed and cleared under sounds:
in the moot delightful settings. the thoroughfare and a mine laid be- "'Married, at the home of the bride's
neath the the wathe car often passed. mother. Mrs. Frederick Cuummlugs-
Burpms Bety otoar Cottage Hoe a. an lnlocl.et couch ulupo which the loby. by Rev. Harold Lowdeu Kirk-
No one of Daytona s attractions, per- housewife slept covering the entry to bright. Edith Smythe Cummings to
haps. commands more nearly universal the tunnel. George Brouue Leavltt-Wilsou.'
attention and praise than does the artis- Yet all the work was useless. On I "Now. there's something for old
tic cottage. The owners of these charm- the dtav the scheme wasito ao Ie carried Grandpa Broune and Grandma Smythe
ing villas hail from every corner of the out the czar upset all the arrange- to be proud of-if they were alive."
in iland they brig their on ar i ments by gol g off to lunch with the "-'m:" said Grandfather Goodyear
country and they bring their own arMih:e!na -Youth's Companion.
textural plans and build upon them,and Among those w w ere watching on
as the architecture of one section of the bIhalf of the terrorists wants a Lauti- Hi Condolence
country differs from the architecture of ful girl-a countess. too--tn itud I'e- An English lord used to tell a story
another so do our homes differ in out- rovskaya. It was site who. seeing the of a sheriff substitute he once knew
ward appearance and structural beauty altered arrai-gelt ntntg. gave warning slightly.
from one another. There are no monoto- The czar would return to the palace Although he was a very religious
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings' another way. Along lhis route four man. the sheriff had his faults, and
but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated men carrying bombs were stationed. i one of these was that he had a habit
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps One threw his M'en11 sld horses were of using strong language without re-
the mind wondering "What next?" killed all :arund. but the czar stelpied alizung what his words Implied. The
fro m his c ,,th unscathed. A second sheriff's best friend was the minister
Stret Pave mvc ts the Mest and best. man holding a lbmtl(b (calie forward of the parish, and a great misfortune
Why the Architect of the Universe and threw it. "lThis time the effect befell the reverend gentleman by the
chose to give to Daytona tl.e most ad- was awful." says \W'claw Gaslorow- death of his wife.
mirable, the most picturesque natural ski. who describes the incident in his The sheriff wished to express his
setting of all the cities of the South is book. "Tragic lRussia." 'T he czar fell sympathy. but he found himself quite
not revealed but that such is a fact as If cut by a s-ythe. His legs were at a loss to know what to say. He
must be apparent to the most superficial shattered to pieces." So died the czar sat for a long time scratching his head
observer. With such lavish wealth of who had escaped as bv a miracle and puzzling himself to know what lie
many times. could say to the minister. At last he
natural beauty it became an easy thing Alexander 111. followed, and there blurted out. "Well, minister, this is a
for the hand of man to give the little were attempts upon his life. The d--1 of a business.'-London Express
finishing touches which have brought fourth was one of the most sensa-
out the colors and outlines of the big tional in the entire list of nihilist plots. Moon Worship In China.
picture. On a bright autumn day the ninpe- The fete of the moon ti celebrated in
Man did all this in the laying out of rlal train traveled at full speed on the i China lu the eighth mouth of the year.
the streets with their wide margins of track well guarded by soldiers. It was and this lasts six days. Presents are
parkage, the entire city becomes a toward noon. The imperial family then made on which the figure of the
great park were ii the dining car, where lunch moun is apparent, and a large pagoda
And as for pavements, pavements was about to be served. The cook and s Illuminated. Firecrackers and mu-
his help were making the last prepara- sic and family reunions prevail. A
that look and act like granite,-where tons for it he an assistant was midnight banquet on the last night ter-
else between the eastern and western taken ill. miunates the feast, and then the dpe-
seas are so many miles in proportion to The court physician attended the scent of the goddess of the moou.
inhabitants? Till sone unheard-of man and. having stated that he had which we call the man in the moon, is
place reports more and better, Daytona fever, with symptoms of somle iuex- awaited. She is supposed to visit the
throwsadown the gauntlet to the world. 1 pllcable allmen1tt. decided that the man earth at this time to grant the wishes
urrets. Flowers. Bids and Fruits. could not remain in the imperial train. of mortals. The moon with the Chi-
Whatever one's shortcomings and: and he was left at the next station. nese Is the patroness of poetry, and
however indifferent or eve callous one The train uimoved forward toward autumn is the poet's favorite season.
may be to many things, the mere men- Borki. traveling at the speed of eighty
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds and! killuueters an hour. Then the clec- Like a Mental Moving Picture.
it"wi d a trill tt is reflected trial bell notified the cook that the Baker-People who have been near
fruit" will send a thrill that isreflec Imperial family were ready for liHneh- drowning say that in an Instant all the
in distended pupils and pricked ears. on. A few se ds after the bell events of their past lives are present-ed
For every visitor with a spare "gtoo sounded :a tetrritfi noise was heard. to their mental vision. Barker-1 don't
ber" there is a bunny ready to come out and a violent explosion changed in the believe it Baker-Why not? Barker
and accept your gift. He will sit bolt twinkling of an eye the luxurious in- -If it were true they wouldn't allow
upright and gnaw into the meat, casting penial train ilto a he:ap of broken themselves to be rescued.--Life.
furtive,saucy glances at you meanwhile. front. of wrecked cars, of mut:ilated
Flowers! Usually fresh and blooming corpses, enveloped in smoke and nmade The Advantage.
the year 'round. In one yard roses of all the mre ha:rrowing, by the moan- Phyllis-I suppose Kenneth's marry-
variagated hues predominate, another inlg and ,-ries for hel-p of tth w-ouuded. ing you depends on what your father
has a penchant for the poinutti antrI Yet th t' cz:r esc:lplledl' l'he diiug fluds out about him. Mildred-Yes,
roon car that the nihilists had in- partially, and partially what he finds
the premises are aflame; another is hid- tended should I a grave for the czar. out about apla. Fortunately, papa has
den in a jungle of tall cane. his family and his suit si ve'd him. for the advantage of experience.-Vogue.
The birds flit in, and with their joyous although its roof a:id tloor were
notes help to give fullness and symnnllc- wrecked its sides we.re pIreserved Finance.
try to the picture. 'lThey in,.iinled tow:trd rt. ,e'.i-ter. prop- Visitor-Why are you naughty so
As fur fruits. choice citrus fnrit.-, lhpy- p e'act'h othr likf ,,c-:lrt-l and re- much of the time? Bobby-Mamma
tons yields the palm to none for quality i nmained in (tt:It posi lion,. Irotecting gives me a llckel every time I promise
and quantity per asere. There are score i those lIco w e ,r' there frinn being to be good. and she never wants me
of citrus groves in proximity to the cityr i cru "shed to promise to be good unless I'm
The ,cak whlao m:altl Ihctn pitt off tho naughty.--Cleveland Leader.
branches bending to the earth with their tr:hl a r the tl th ughty-Clevelad Leader.
burdens of luscsoun golden globes.
had placed an ilferna:ll nm:tchine in a Elevator Etiquette.
The Fastest Autos Anad The Finest Out. -osne of sugar an:d had fake-d his ill- "Do you think a man ought to take
Here is where world's records for sped ness. thu; getting clear wy.-l'hila- off his hat in an elevator when there
r i :.. r..-. .. f delphia l.otetl.er. are ladies present?"'


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Seven Wonders

Seven Wonders
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Osytmo's lcepfabie Ocean beach.
One of Daytona a crowning glories is
her incomparable beach. No one who
everset foot upon its smooth, packed
mnds; 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 automa
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 fit
by in joyous mood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven modern
wonders.
The Plad. PdlPelM aiitx zRiver.
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 poW-h
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk stru.g-
gling upward with his floundering load


RUSSIA AND ROYALTY


A Shadow That Darkens the
Path of the Czars.


THE FEAR OF ASSASSINATiON


Plots That Were Woven Around Alex-
ander II. and the Bomb That Shat-
tered His Body-An Infernal Machine
That Failed to Kill Alexander III.


TREES IN HOLLAND.

All Streets and Canals Bordered With
Elms or Lindens.
The average Dutch town is an at-
tractive place in the summer months.
since practically every street and canal
Is bordered with shade trees, which
shut out the glare of the sun and offer
cool and inviting avenues for the ex-
ploration of the tourist. The banks of
these canals are generally terraced in
two levels-the lower one for ware-
houses and the upper for shops or
dwellings, but each elevation is plant-
ed with trees.
At best a city Is an exceedingly poor


The shadow that falls a-ross the palth t'iOs eU ta- uniu xclde th
of the czars mty extend the world streets, with tall buildings, exclude the
round. here the ruler of all the life giving sunlight; asphalt or closely I

Russats may h:ppeu to tI.. there the paved walks prevent the necessary
S r moisture from sinking into the ground
shadow of fear lies In p and nourishing thirsty roots. and leak-
Once in Paris. o n.e In the Ibalaee ej
gardens. Ahx:leder I!. was rtird3l at age from the gas mains Is a deadly
gardens. Ale dr I. r pt lson to all regeftlon. For this rea-
Again in the Winter l'-lacet' square exerted in the
one Sol orieff w ring tt' ,lifor of sonare should be exercised in the
e selection of the variety of trees for
an otffii:il. p,: and a:ain the ,-zar %%. rtrd uio u results. In Holland time has demon-
Alexhander ran for lthe i;ti. e ,Seolt- rated that the elm and linden should
rief fl!o!wtd Iliu :adl iiried three e placed in the first rank. for there
es e i- are many examples of these species in'
ever. and so t'esl :3 .No, Dlig after- pI)utch towns which have withstood
war two iiii.e I-r M l:>it I o whli up the ravages of more than two een-
ther imperial t:i in OIf did ntot ex- Iturias. The elm aplpars to be the
plode. Iut Ile st-co4ul wr.crked thej hardier of these two trees and will
train. On t more the czar escaped. live under nmot Pdverse conditions.
Watching eyes had saved him. their The Dutcb municipalities expend
owners having persuaded the ruler to large sums each year for the preserve
take another train. toin of their shade trees. but the re-
Later Alexander 1. owed hlis life to suts amply justify the cost for malo-
the fact that he camnte late to a rune- tenance.-Harper's Weekly.
tlon at the palaee A bomb blew clean
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TEACHING HORSES TO JUMP.

There Are Three Methods Used-Coax-
ing, Lunging and Driving.
There are three u etl h.ds rf tec-hlint
a horse to leap--coaxing. lIzm.Iin. :I1tl
driving. In the coaxing in'ltied Il te
young horse is turned in.i a simatll
paddock having a tow htuie ,r hurdle
:aross the center. lu plain view ot
the pupil a rider on i velerMl juniper
should take him over the hiurdie Pev-
eral times.
l'he trainer then goes. to the ,ilpp'ite
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THE MOULI BUILDERS


Mystery of the Great Monuments
Found In This Country.


RELICS OF A VANISHED RACE.


The Strangely Shaped Structures Are
Thought to Be More Than Two
Thousand Years Old-The Enigma
of Those Who Reared Them.
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Scattered through the middle west
and in other parts of the United States
ire more than 10,000 monstrous. odd
shaped "mounds." Some are built:
like forts. others in q4,.-er. sharp gee-
metrical figures, others shaped like
huge serlents. crocodliles, buffaloes.i
turtles. eagles, lizards. dragons with!
eggs in their mouths, etc. Some of
these hiounds are a mile long. solu@,t
much smaller. In Newark. 0(.. stands
: contlinuous mouInd. -onistructed Ito ai
perftctt cvrcle. more than ; .010) feet in
ir.T-unference. The mounds are eftteu
tcoverid with trees that are maiy -retu- I
tries in age. These st r;angrly shalted
structures ;re thought toh le more than
2.INM) years tlli.
Who I bill them? j
L'vrtjijnly not the North Amerlianu
Indians. The Ildians have ever beell
a lazy. rovin; r-a-e. making their live-
lihood clhiietly iby itllunt1ng aldl ishiing.
seldom remaining lo lal In one ncih-
borhoiod and usitn tents or the rudest
huts as their dwelling itlrl-,'s. i
The miysteriois |eti'ple whl. built the
ioulttds were tnott a ra-e ot1 rovlrs.
An iuntiiltely -'ngI tilie msiit have
been reqIuredl fur erectiuug each huge;
earth shape. Nor were they igniirant I
savages. for the mounds shiow deep!
knowledge of geomlet ry as uell as of if
astronomy and of the llrint-iiles of,
building. Carefully laid out military
fortifittions :tlbound in the mound
builders' country, Indicatilg that the:
aborigines had inarlial lore and en-
gilneeriig skill alnd that they ulndr-
stiood mianVy nimodern prin-lples of ait-
ta.-k and defense.
;'liere are also sepulchral imou1111. I
Smile of ihlit' sixty feet high. 'These
contain hunanll bones, skulls, ete., as
well as -colo.per utensils and bits of pot-
tery. The bones when etxp-sed to air
ieulmbthle t once to dust. As the bones
of Euriopeans who dile twenrty ceu-
turies ago are often found intact and
stroniig, many authorities believe the
nmound builders date back at least
several centuries before the time of
Julius C.aesar.
Cleverly made pottery aund coplter or
bronze inuilernelits of war quid peace
are found all through tie mounds.
Aivient abaindoned copper mines on
the banks of Lake Superior show that
the mound builders well understood.
the art of itnhii lg The workmanship
of the 'opper bra,-elets, bruiute knives.


etc., prove their skill at the forge. ...
In one of the prehistoric Lake Su al Nti
parlor" nl"ie "haI uidLegal Notices
perior mines has been found a miass of a
copperr weighing eight tons. resting on Of
a high platform. ready for reinoval to
the upper earth. This Inuplies the use i rts ploi. t) .,7; la-t pht s.-pt.-5.
of well construtcte'd mine nia<-Ilinery. i Notice.
l'letures that have t'iten found etched i ut'mnlitv.1 Itml'r'-'ourt.,
Ulpon elapper and Ivory portray muctlh Volut.iaCi;t'unity,. "lrita).
III Itn t 't m tt'r of ti art istic skill. tb.ioll rlaa ,r lF'ron till this it sects that in some Notice is he-r-lay glvi\ni to all t-rediitr,.
remote age the central part of North an.s.giitll- ,;.tat- rt-i : a --
Amnerica was inhabited by a race of tlatrel.deceu.-d, .to pre.at the-i '*- nlo ti. ll .-
warlike, inlu.strious. decIdedly elvi- u a. cor th i ll- within i i prr.-d. o
llized behings w ho had splendhi skill at i MrHAN Aoti:.lARl, ,
building, at the arts of miniing, en- xEutrix. Iwith .- ill An x.e.
gliueering and higher mathemiatics and I i P-*t Pub. Jul. "_'4; htl.t puai. t-ept. I.;
nho tldourislhed apparently during un- Notice to Non-Resident.
fmerus centuries. Yet so -hlg ago did
the mound builders cease to exist thi t ituth .uti-itl Ilue-tlilt in,
in all ltdi:an folklore there is no milen- :d for Volu-. t coutjist.
Flo-rida.
tioui, ino memory, of them. (i t'[ANS'K'RY.
None know where the Indlans themll- '1. A. sinidl I. i'omeilltanitnnit.
selves cause from. Yet they apparent- H.-n.jsunila Mit n o. initet% id
ly settled in America long after the n:allY :tld :ls "Tru.'te*-. Iola:
lloundit bulliders had vanished. The 1 I !'. Ml. wi i it.':- ,-
skulls disc'overled in the mounds are ai-t-X-'riluroai|< lul K. it.
not shalled in the least like ski Is of Thur.alln,, rtilr:aih .1. Well .
Indtians nltr even of Europealns. Some 1 n-t1 I '. s .Iiutionl. 1'. '
archaeologists claim to find strong re- ;:, e It.-. t lotis
senlhilalnn-e et ween the mound build- It. 1-, i.4i a. i:itilNsti't-
ers' ,kulls and those of tie ancient to'-* ex-.t'tor tr o 'ta i
If e tl s ile o f ,- to'vg1loialsa
Fgyptitiis. If there were anly cone'- p.r-onl'. I, 1.r-inont-.
tlon betlwe-en the two. who can explain l iiii t:ia-z ,ad-i. : E isir. I.. ':"n --.
how aii Egyptlian rae -chanced to ilour- I.raiaih .1. Wail/. individually al id :u .i-d ,i.
ish in tho middle west? of-. .licanon.t'..Msullottli iand H. Wii-
lnmlinA.. :tuei oill otlih -r'..r .-wr-laiilinii- :.-
The fate of the mound builders is is I-is.;t IanitlI :iraorr e .\.c->,- ilo r --iii-.
as mysterious tas the straight eoile l 'f n:i a li.oflifoi. Tre- ilW l ...
Ywj i:"rt .i to i'1 rtiylird ar :ii, .*r h It) ihi
Ihemsiselves. After reaching so hiigh a H ill ofrColpiiinini n, ht,-r,-eii :::;in-t i on iii
civilization and thriving fr so long a tj :ai t atil -n i il o a" 0 tl II.'-
Ith deit oC t -ie.Vr. I. t.,. ia .
itlie It se ats strange that they should -Tit- 'o;itonia t;:,.ze-t N,-i- i hi,-r. .'
iha: e been coli tl pletely destroyed N. No, 1 sol' t ,tiolI.- i tit.w'l.O i,'ar iit lilt-ih thi-
.sitisf;iaiory expllanatioai ihas ever been r i -iKit -,l>-igt e -i-it\ .-<- .
offered. iieriha' ps the ilmound bildihers .. il lsa'"/ ,l h,it 'a n.l ad'1. :I of ,orli,-.- Ihi-
moved soiith and becaui inacrge"I with S:%;e.. a L.%%'i.. !.....I I. .,
tlie Mlexic-ii Aztees or Peruvians, or 'ltc....t C,. 'l.rk I' niit .-sti i .
*4illei, sa-fivage race from thie north may s fii',-na.c &oir" pin nt:i.
have swept dovwn amnd utterly destroy-
ed t.heml. or a wholesale plestilence l al y OCEAN VILLA
harive wiled out their nation.
The welrd looking earthen miionu- Mrs. W. W. Alcott. Manager.
inniits (the purpose of most of them a Ipen from May to O(bct.icr.
Puzzle to the best archaeologists are I-ronting the Atlantic <(e-tn.
the scale rem-aining proof that this Large pleasant rsolmis. Modern
great lost American race ever existed. j ,orvi nienc-es. Hatf-, reasonable.
-N-w York World. Sp.t cial to fauiili-es.
Dasytona. Beach, Florida.
How He Managed. j
A nian in ;ani up state county owns a LOW TIDI.S on the BEACH
nulier of horses and has a great rep-
nit:ali thIon. iOnte l:Vy farnuer \who wanted M st'PMonth
some \ll;inable' iifo'niatiola aapproache-d -
the lirse o uwner's little bov and said: 1:... ... ;l...
"'.oo.k liere. my little mian. when one --- .. "-
of y.ir f:ithuer-' s h,trses is ill bvh t does ... 4:!a .... i- ...',
to 4 ... .. :I .... 4 :1 .. ... 5 1 ...
lie 11", ... 1.. !... : 47.. 4 .-.,*...... *; 1-... !
I'Ao ion meiiintal ightly ill or sericus- 6..... :;. ... -.: .... 7:t...
Sill'-" :.k -d ie .y itiously. ... 7.. 5. -:2.7. ... ,.: .. _*.~ ..
")h. seriously ill." s id hie farmer. ... .0 .. -:l<..i .. a.-.. 2 s...
"'Because." s:iid the child. *"f a horse 7 .. .:01 i 2:-'...
Is only slightly ill he gives it medi- ...10.. i- ...: ... 10:41......1 -:li...
cine. but if it is seriously ill he sells .- I.. 1 2 1 1 ... I: ...
it. -iNew York e... :5 .......-L: i...
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and calls the horse, sb:aking up the '
grain and ,pouriug it iilt his naml
back and forth in the re'-epl;icle I h.
boundary% will soon be when a few mouthfuls have I-;i a ,eat;
en the station of the insirlln-toi -.l, *I
he at the other side of the limile- :t;.4
the lesson repeated. If thi-; I-e done
daily the hurdle may Ie gr:idt:i!ly
heightened.
The habit of jumping is thus n (-
quired without those risks whi.h :at
tend a novel performnaine when i.
heavy burden oppresses the strength
and whip and spur distract the :at
tention. The horse's body, says ('onn
try IJfe In America. Is not partially
disabled by the imposition of a heavy
load before the powers are taxed to
the utmost and his capabilities are un-
fettered.
The second method Is termed lung_
ing. A long rein or cord is attachiied
to the hit. and the animal is exercis-e
In a circle In which a hurdle has been
placed or a shallow ditch dug. A long
lashed whip. used only to keep hiM
in motion or lightly applied at the
proper moment. will keep hinm up t),
his work. Soon the horse will enter
into the spirit of the occasion and b.
unmistakable signs will manifest hii
enthusasti- enjoyment of the exer-ise.
The third method, driving. Is ex:t,-t!y
what its name implies. At first the
obstruction should Ie slight. Any
open space will answer the purpose.
an earth or sod surface or tanbark
being preferable. Long reins. a
straight bar or snalfle bit, a long whip
and patience and perseverance are re.
quired.
All things considered, the driving
muetho- is the quickest and surest way
of teaching the horse to leap. WhetQ
be bhs tecome somewhat proficient.
having thoroughly learned what is re-
quired of him, the saddle may be
called into requisition and the prac-
tical lessons begun.
Almost any young horse can be
taught to leap. Of course his proti-
clency will depend on the c-are bestow-
ed on his training and on his general
characteristics of wind, liub and nerve.
An ordinary cob or Morgan will attain
the proficiency of an Irish hunter, but
any horse tlut is used for .1 saddler
will be of far greater value to his own-
er if he i (-;le Ita ken c.c:esilonally for
a cross coinllry rlde and put over
diitches alnd 14w ob sltructions.


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Now that th1e rush of the winter season is ow, bow is yor
S tationery? The ( IazetteNw isp u edllto give you
* stock and the finest work at reaefoable ratie See us before
vyur next order.





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after you had carefully searched and
dearly paid for canned goods sup-
posed to be the best;to find upn
opening them that they proved to be
of ordinary and inferior quality; or

a "pig in a bag."
When buying canned goods you do it on faithyou
see the insideof the can, therefore be sure to get a stadarr

brand.

"ROYAL SCARLET"

(Ui VARIETIES AND STYLES IN GLASS AND TINS)

is the standard, and the Fish, Fruits and Vegetables being
that brand are all guaranteed to be the finet in the la I
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