Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: September 18, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Vol. 21, No. 17 oe ervwere. Reaches AII Cla. Daytona, Florida, September 18, -909. Bat A..t.e- r M .t....vY. Pri
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e 5O.e~ts

Owing to the late arrival of a shipment of one hundred dozen Towels
which we should have received early in the spring, hut arrived after our
season is over, we will hold a SPECIAL TOWEL SALE in order to close
nut the entire let. These towels are first-class in every respect and are well
worth 12 cents, but we must get rid of them and will close out the entire
100 dozen at 3 for 2.5 cents or 95c a dozen. Do not fail to get what towels
you need at this ridiculously low price. See the window display.



S Any euston
series for cash.
S-*are, your own s
jl' subjects, size 23


Sto desorate you
$2.oo worth atc
S Pictures on
regulay way $1


The North E

'ome 'Pictures.:

ner purchasing $2.oo worth of Gro- 5
I will sell a handsome framed pict- m
;election out of one hundred and fifty 0
ix27, for only 59 cents.

r homes. You don't have to buy 0
one time. Ask for coupons.
i display in my window. Worth in g
.50 to $2.oo each. Call and see them


leach Street Grocer. 'PHONE 19.
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I A close examination of electric-
al work finished and charged for
from this shop shows how square-
ly and honorably we transact our
business. Electrical repairs re-
ceive special attention. Those
who employ us never worry about
our charges, and they know be-
fore engaging us that our work-
manship will be the best.

Daytona Electric Co.

:) II 1 1 1 I ( I I 22 South Beach Street.
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SCabinet Maler. Wood WorKer.
Picture Frames, Door and Window Screens made to order.
t Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.

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

-Lath. Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime
'd ,ement i in loc. nice and Yards: East Uoabs
nd Cement in Stock. Railway and orange Avenuu
1/ILIS--Bond Mill. Atlantle C'oast Line Ky.. 1W miles south of Jacksonville.
.alamazoo. on .antord Branch cl the F. E.C'. Ky.

SPhone 83

R. J. MAI.BY, Manager.

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ng a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Hoof, a Hot Air Furnace,
ty of the other metal necessities required to complete a modern

iling, remember that


bmest prepared to give prompt and reliable ser
General repair shop on Volusia Avenue, nex


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vice at fair prices.
t to the Armory.

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ot wi1at e L nr Y IIIUV U ii1g.
It is good to see the ruddy faces
of our home people who have to-
journed at the mountains.
Friends from the interior have
been over in their automobuiiles this
week and they are loud in their
praises of Daytona. They think it
the prettiest city they have ever

Work is progressing on the is-
land an.i while the dumping ground
is very unsightly at present, it will
soon hok better. In a few weeks
we hope to Ile thllt causeway.
IThe package is espt.cially pretty
just now. where the grass has been
mrowed ami the few spots which
have been neglected make te e wll-
kept parts lik wonderfully well hy
In a few days scahoal begins again
and it is hoped parents will ilipress

local board of trustees wiien sio-n i .....---- --. .--- r- .........
the above petition, sail: "-e curt nlmade his appearance shortly after
the fullest investigation and are "six o'clock in the evening and on
glad of the opportunity to show the seeing the officer bolted through the
entire controversy t tthe peopIle." .saw.inl grounds across the waste,
Mr. Wilder, chairman of thte boardl, sawdust. Mr. Myers followed on a!
expressed himself practically the run calling to him to stop and fired i
same as Mr. lackson several shots into the sawdust abo t
the fleeing man's feet, but he kept;
The Palmetto Leased. 'n. Mr. lMvers caught hs iofet on
s a. ,ie object and fell and when he'
The many Daytona friends if C. .-
.The Canyerlin, prorilletor f C. again got to his teet Elliott was just
STme. wi ..t I hpptarina into the wMA)s over
Palnetto, wll regret t, learn that he lat ile of sawdust.
will t e in aytona tisheofficer re a parting sht at t
cordd ng t to ret t ,hatl Mr." iI
Acco..n. t as r. himi. ulit apparently ;ith,,utl rifte.:
('hamberlin hats icd The Pai- :After searching for some. atie .Mr
metto an will speI. t- .- iig r. Mvers rcturtuell tu the city on
winter in Ls A.ng (al. -theevening ira;. Tuc.'',lav Ilornli
hcSrii-1t Sith and lDputy Myers re-
'Autoi ,hilie rtire awnl inner tue u rned to Dup,,it an and male a arch

vultiani2ed at Oliver's wariurt.

Orange Avenue, Daytona, Fla.


A G IESTAS. N m1llf A Ea TPAflE MANo
GEO. H. MA'l-THMEWS, PoWnmmmu
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A Daytona Belle and Chia'go Petition to Council Alleges Irreg- Rents Bicycle and Skips With It
Man Join Hearts an ularities.-Two Trustees Say But is Captured at Or-
Hands. They Court Investigation. mond and Escapes.
Walter Motgan Stewart and Miss During the past few days the
Myra Elizabeth Bingham were principal topic of conversation has L Eliott. a member of the
united in marriage at the home of been over the letting of the contract Chickasha Idian Baseball club
the bride's father, Col. C. M. Bing- for the erection of the new public until that team left Daytona, proved
ham, corner Orange and Palmetto school building to S. II. Gove. to be an all around bad Indian.
avenues, Saturday evening at eight At the meeting of the City Coun- Elliott. ho has been stopping at
o'clock, Rev. A. J. Wilder, rector of cil Monday evening Alderman the Daytona Beach Hotel, went to
St. Mary's Episcopal church, per- Joseph Osborne presented the fol- the bicyclelivery of Geo. P. John-
son, at Daytona Beach, Friday even-
forming the ceremony which made lowing petition. son, at Daytona Beach, Frda even-
them man and wife. Whereas, it is i own that a large ing of last week and rnted a bi-
The young couple were married number of our cit s who voted to cycle, saying hewould return it in
beneath an arch of green, outlined bond the city for a hool house, are not the morning. Ernest Johnson had
satisfied with the ner or method just come in with his wheel and as
with Mexican roses and crepe myrtle used i calling for and the letting the fellow claimed to have some im-
and a beautiful bell of roses was of the contract for building of same.
suspended from the center of the In our opinion, th contract has been portant business and was in a hurry,
arch. given to S. H. Gov without fair com- Mr. Johnson let him take it, as it
The wedding march was played petition, and sign by only two mem- was already fitted with a lamp.
S ed. t art ,f "v bers of the school tiard, one of these Not appearing with the wheel the *
by Horace F. Stewart, of Daytona members having received only seven next morning as he had promised
Beach, a cousin of the groom with votes at the hands of the people r. Jo n b e u y a t
whom he had been staving since his "Whereas, the contract has been Mr.Johnson became uneasy about
arrival awarded over the protest of M., it and on H. Hartshorn's advice
Major J. D. Morris was best Rogers, who is a member of the school went to the railroad depot to find
D board elected by the people, on the out if the man had been seen there.
man and rs Mors, matron o ground that it was not afairdeal t The telegraph operator on duty i
honor, while Miss Lillian Bingham, the rest of the bidders. iis plan, vhi<.h he t grapr pel on g r m umy se
a sister of the bride, made a charm- was agreed to by the other members, the early morning remembered ee-
ing bridesmaid. The bride was was to cut down whatever they could ing a man answering the de-srip-
ivn awa y her father at the suggestion of the bidders, after tion, board the morning freight,
given away by her father..
The maton honor which a new et of specifications %ere northbound, taking with him a bi-
The matron of honor and brides- written up i accordance with
to be written up in accordance with
maid carried large clusters of pink said cuts and new bids called for. In- cyce .
La France roses and the bride, who stead of that plan, here is what va- A telegram brought word from
was attired in white silk crepe de adopted by the two lone members of the the conductor that the fellow had
chine, made princess, with a lon board, after holding a star chamber been put off at Ormond and on tele-
chine, made princess, with a long
session at some house in place of the phoning to that place it was found -
train, and trimmed with lace and City Hall, and they waited until tt e ti te
ribbon, carried a large bouquet of sometime near midnight before hunting .thathe was stl there, so Deputy
lovely bride roses. up a witness to the deal, who was Sheriff Myers telephoned to Deputy
Following the ceremony lefresh- called out of bed, and who has stated Joe Davis, of Ormond, to arrest him.
s we s d a there- that he was under the impression at the In the meantime Mr. Johnson had
s we s d ad s time he signed the paper, it was an act g~pe to Ormond and was present
after the bridal couple departed of the whole board, or otherwise hewhe e arrest was mad.
amid a shower of rice. would not have signed it, and it was
The bride's colors, pink and not until the following morning when Elliott was brought back to this
white, were carried out in both dec- the one member of the board was about city in the afternoon and given a
rations and refreshments, making to leave on the early morning train for preliminary trial before Justice
the mountains that he informed the Titus charged with embezzlement
many pretty effects. The parlor witness that C. M. Rogers was not pres-
was trimmed in festoons and lover's eat when the contract was awarded to of the wheel and with carrying con-
knots of pink crepe paper, while' S. H. Gove. cealed weapons. He plead not
electric lights glimmered through "Another feature we citizens do not guilty to both charges, but Justice
shades, both indoor like is that of no bond being required Titus found the testimony strong
pink ,)y the board who have the handling of enough to, old him and so bound
the porches. Oalv members of the the money. Why should not they i him over under a bond of e350 on
two families and a few intimate required to furnish a bond as well as
friends were present. the Board of Public Works, who have the two charges.
Mr. Stewart, who is of Evanston. the handling of the waterworks money. Sometime Sunday night Elliott
Ill., met Miss Bingham, while spend- as themoney to he expended on the make his escape from the jail by
School is very nearly a much as that cutting through the iron bar which
ing the winter here with his parentsfor the waterworks; and we have re- s te This was d
two years ago. Miss Bessie was quired them to bond themselves each in a the door Th wa done i
born and grew t manhood in the sum often thousand dollars, why with a file, which was evidently
Daytona and has a host of friends in should we not ask the same of the passed in to him by some outside|
this city an vicinity who wish al school board confederate. Just what time the
this city and vi-nuty who wish all i
"We, the undersigned (itizcm--, praty
happiness and prosperity in tethe cou o ve te the proceed- escape was made is not known, as it
unio ingsof theboard n arding te con was not discovered until after day-
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart departed tract, in the interest of fair and honest light Monday morning.
"Sunday for Evanston, where they competition, and request that a copy of Plans were at once made to re-'
will 'lake^ their home. the contract entered into with S. II. capture him, word of the escape 1
lllakeer Gove by the board for.the building of being sent to the surrounding point.
the new school be placed in the minutes .
*** ****************** of this meeting, aldhg with this reolu- duringg the day the train crew that
S( tion. had ejeted Elliott at Ormond, re-
SI N(l )r "joseph Osborne, E. L. ,,d, E.. S. rted that he was making his way
******eee****** OO******** Hall, J. W. Johnson. G. H. H. liven, J. I.. northward along the railway, just
With Seiptember comes the begin- I.vnch, W. ytsne. A.. liven.B. above Ormond, when seen by them.
S"P. Smith, Hi. Y. Thlomlpson, J. .1. RMal- ..
ninm of thle new season. ing, J H. Y MTsin.j Deputy Sheriff Myers went to l)u-
Everyoneis busy with thoughts villiam Jackson, secretary of the pont on the afternoon train and
.ft ...,...* .I ;., ...,... ..'.v It-rh,,T f h. waited for him at that lace. Elliott

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









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Gasoline Machine Gas and Lubricating, Dil-s.

Figure with us on your




Electricity will pump water

for 5 cents per 300 gallons.

Adam Schantz Electric Light Plant,

E. L. (r;'NN, (icneral Manager.

.f the surrTuniiing ,ounlry, Mr.- -
Smith gA in as far as Hantings. but .ee**ae- se** ss-e*eesomeseses***ee
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Special Offer


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Curtice Bros Red Pitted Cherries

6 packages Rub-No-More Washia
Powder for

The Conrad Grocery Compa
1. T. Conrad & Co's. old stand.


will deliver- gasoline without

any charge for delivery ut

any point in Daytona; Sea-

breeze, Daytona Beadc, Or

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Real Estate,

___ HOLLY HILL, Sept. 15-TIe. I
town purchased a building site on
THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY Wahingtonavenue from W. Me- Loss Said To Be $16,000 Which
(INCORPORATED) Coy with the intention of some day Was Partially Covered
--erecting a tcwn hall upon it. By Insurance.
Entered at the Postoffce at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. i Mrs. Simods left Saturday for
i Jasonvlle I U. J. White's sawmill was des-
SWin. Wetheredavlltroyed by fire early Saturday morn-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Wm. Wetherell returned Tuesday I T eo e wStUrda orn-
One copy one year 1.50 faom Plainfield, N. d., where he has The ml was located
One opy smet ..... ......... .75 1 Mrs.pont in the southern en of St.
One copy themte ............40 been spending the summer. Mrs. John s county. It wa npletely
One Gopy the mo ths ......._..4Wetherell will prolong her visit John's county. It wa mpletely
SATUDAY SEPTEMBeR. withl her d.auhter. i destroyed, but the plan mill and
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER .8, 1909 with her daughter. barl fory eape. he saw
,lM f. Harris and Zilpah are visiting Mrs. mill was between the other two
I J f U M C KSTON Davenport at Sharon, Mass. plants, but the workmen whie ail l-
KINGSTON Mrs. Mabbette and sister, Mrs. ing to save the sawmill, succeeded
CR IAN RFt IKT _:-.n .... :; min confining the fire to the one mill,

KINGSTON, Sept. 15-Mrs.
Wyatt and daughters, the Misses
No One Seems to Want To Be S. Addie and Minnie Decker, and little
H. Oove's Succesor on I Maude, have returned to live at their
the City onil. former home on Ridgewbod avenue
the City Co i. north on Kingston, wheie they lived
Some time ago S. H. Gove 're so long prior to Mrs Wyatt's second
signed as a member of the City marriage.
Copncil and the office has not yet Mrs. Nettie Daniels and her
been filled. As a matter of fact the daughter, Mrs. Nettie Houston, of
members of that body seem to be Mayport, made a short visit here
Unable to find a suitable person who last week, guests of their cousins,
will accept the office and at the Mrs. Smiley and Miss T. Turner.
meeting Monday evening the elec- Some of the Kingston young
tion of Mr. Gove's successor was de- people attended an ice cream social
ferred. Friday evening of last week given
Alderman Henry Schmidt, who in honor of young Lester Robinson
has been acting as president pro tem, and his bride, by Mrs. Walter Cam-
was elected president, while E. T. eron, of West Second avenue.
Conrad succeeds him as president A party of hunters chased and
pro tem. killed a large wildcat Tuesday last,
A committee was appointed to in- which had been visiting C. L. Beer's
vestigate the complaints alleged in chicken yard with murderous intent
a petition presented at the meet- for several nights recently, and had
ing in regard to the letting of the carried away several fine fowls.
contract for the erection of the new Herbert Chaffer arrived home
public school building. Messrs. Thursday of last week and expects
Conrad,' Osborne and 'Klock -con- to open the Kingston school next
stitute the committee. Monday. Success to the new ad-
The usual" budget- of bills was ministration.
ordered paid as well as one of M. Miss Winifred Kingston returned
H. Zuber amounting-to $117.75 for home Tuesday evening from an ex-
sanitary work. tended visit with relatives at Birnm-
The citizens of Cottage avenue inghim.
presented a protest through Alder- Miss Viola Melton returned last
man Mills aghit'utting off the Sunday from a two weeks' visit at
lights on the avenue, Mayor Greene New Smyrna, accompanied by a
said he had orderefit done because cousin from that place.
no one had been attending to the We are pleased to note that the,
lights and they had been allowed to Kingston meat market is again
burn at all times especially moon- open for business, F. P. Lastinger,
light nights. A committee was ap- proprietor.
p inrted to look after the matter. -
The city physician presented a
report filled with interesting infor- I O R M O N D
nation. J
A motion prevailed to invite the ORMON), Sept' 14--Dr. Nelson
Palmetto Club to aait the commit- Francis. of Starke, was in town for
tee in improving the City Island. a few days on professional business
A communication ias submitted Dr. Bohannon was also here
byY. D. anM C. M. togers in refer-and the two loetors performed a
eoce to railroad ditches and the skilfull operation on Mrs. J. E
mayor was qauested to confer with Francis. The patient at last ac-
the officials of the railroad in regard counts was doing finely.
to the matter. Mr. artwell, of New York, ar-
The mayor notified the council rived Tuesday and will com-
that he had appointed A. A. Pauline mence the bungalow for Mr. Put-
as policeman for Midway and asked nam.
the council to confirm the appoint- B. Boggs, of Seabreeze, is
ment, which was done. spraying the groves about town
An ordinance regulating privies with fungus for the white lv. Let
and closets was passed on final the gcod work go on. This is
reading. Five hundred copies of something that the State should
the ordinance were ordered printed oblige every grower to do as the

white fly is the'worst pest
to an orange grdve.


PORT ORANOF, Sept. 15-
Chris. Dohn, the son of the post-
master at New Smyrna visited Koert
Du Bois last week.
Miss Mary Fair came home early
last week and her mother came Sat-
Ex-Sheriff Turner was a visitor in
town last week.
* Miss Caroline McDonald is having
a new shingle roof put on her house,
corner Dunlawtoh avenue and. -La-
Fayette street.
Mrs. A. N. Douglas, who has been
visiting Mrs. R. McDonald for some
time at her cottage in Coronado, ar-
rived Saturday to visit Mrs. Mil-
Chauncey Vass.has had his fences
repaired alona LaFavette street and

there is

The F E. C. bridge gang is
working on the bridge repairing
the weak places.
Mrs. L. S. Hall has returned from

tIoUUULJo, UL IsI58IImIme, v i~au MM.. t -2

Byne Tuesday.
Mr. Gardiner left Monday on his
boat for St. Augustine.
Miss May Quattlebaum, who suc-
cessfully passed her examination
recently at DeLand, has been
awarded the school at Bulow.
Miss Morse, the junior teacher,
came Supday and and will make
her home with. Mrs. Edmondson.
The Sunday School social held at
the residence of W. H. Edmondson
was largely attended and proved a
gaeat source of enjoyment. It was
also a success financially.
Mrs. D. Clifton returned Tuesday
from a two weeks' visit to Pensacola.

Episcopal Services.
Grace Chqrch, Port Orange, Holy
Communion, 9:00 a. m.
St. Mary's, Daytona, Service and
Sermon, 11:00 a. m. Music by
vested choir. .
Grace Church, New Smyrna, Ser-
vice and Sermon, 4:00 p. m.

Fish Were BIting Well.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mills, Annie
and Kenneth, and Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Smith made a fishing
trip to Spruce Creek Monday. The
fishing proved excellent and all
made good catches. Mrs. Smith
was particularly successful, landing
a dozen nice fish, one of them being
a fine bass.

Death of A. H. Baker.
Word was received here this
week of the death of A. H. Baker
last week at his home in Hamburg,
N.Y. Mr. Baker had been spend-
ing the winters in Daytona for some
years past and last year. occupied
with his family the Rix cottage on
Palmetto avenue. lHe had many
warm friends and acquaintances in
this city who will regret to learn of
his demise.

Last Excursion.

Bills are out for the excursion to
Jacksonville on the F. E. C. Ry. on
Thursday. Sept. 23, to return the
following day. The excursion will
he on the regular train and will ip-
elude Ormond, Port Orange and
New Smyrna the fare from the last
two places being twenty-five cents
more than frc.i Daytona and Or-
mond. The excursion is under the
usual successful managwmet and
will be last one of the season.

--There was a report circulated a
few days ago that I was closing out
my st)ck of groceries. I cannot ac-
count for this report unless it came

her visit in Alabama and is open- about in this way. There was a
ing up her store for business. party from the interior who wanted
G. A. Cartleton is building a my place and 1 consented to sell,
first-class launch for himself at his but when the time came he could
shop on (r~nada avenue. not make satisfactory settlement and
The Union Church has received a so I did not sell. 'Ihis might have
new coat of varnish, the material been the source of the report. How-
being given by our most worthy ever, it is a mistake, and you will
citizen, James E. Carnell, the work always tind a nice, fresh line of gro-
done by volunteers. series and meats in my place.
Frank Colby has done some paint- C. R. M. SHEPI'ARII,
ing about his premises which adds' North Beach street, phone 19.
much to the looks of the place.
Young White Man Arrested.
Blazeon North Beach Street. On complaint of H. Q. Hawley
Last Saturday afterl-on spark Clarence Rose was arrested Thurs-
from the team roller at work on d(lay at Iaytona Beach charged with
North Beach street ignited a' strip tje theft of a pocket book from

saving the other two valuable plants.
It is believed the fire was caused
by a spark from the smokestack ig-
niting the roof. Mr. White will re-
build the mill at once. The value
of the plant was $1(,0 a and the
insurance $ 10,000.

Fire Apparatus Shipped.
City Clerk A. McF. Porter is in
receipt of advices that the hook and
ladder truck ordered some time ago
was shipped from Columbus, Ohio,
the 9th inst., and when it arrives
everything will be in readiness, with
the exception of an organized com-
pany, to cope with any fire which
may occur. It is earnestly urged
by Fire Chief Titus, as well as many
others, that some steps may be taken
immediately looking to the organi-
zation of a company.

Opening Of Schools.
All public schools, that are not
already in operation, will open Mon-
day, Sept. 201th.
There has been no change in text
books nor in the course f study,
since last year.
Fire-escapes will be installed in
all two-story school houses at the



A Bigger and Better Publication
Than Last Year.-To Install
an Improved Linotype.
Plans are already being made for
publication of the Daytona Daily
News fer the season iof 1909-10.
Orders have been placed for consid-
erable new material in the way of
up-to-date type, etc., and a contract
has about been closed for the instal-
lation of an improved linotype upon
which will be done the composition
for the daily. This machine will
produce about ten columns of matter
per day and will enable the pub-
lisher to make the Daily News rank
with the foremost "country" dailies
of the State.
An eight-page paper is planned
providing the proper advertising
support is accorded by the local
business men and from present in-
dications it looks as if the support
will be forthcoming.
Most of the business people of the
city realize the importance of an up-
to-date newspaper and judging
from their loyal support last season
and the many words of commends-
tion received by those who endeav-
ored to make it a good newspaper,
the prospects are thus far encourag-
ing for the coming season.
In addition to covering the local
field the Daily News will be placed
on the reading table of every hotel
in Florida. Last year it was pro-
vided to all East Coast hotels and
the results were so satisfactory in
calling attention of tourists to Day-
tona that it has been decided to
enlarge the field this year and, as
before stated, place it where every
tourist who comes to Florida may
see it.

Davtn.a Auaatonma ilen tranedA

earliest practicable date. Ij .. "
A. O. BoTTr, Snpt m. Auu.ti.ne Rord.pt. .
After a harrowing experience,
Successful Strawberry Culture. which is sometimes the lot of an
resQ~u i nwaerry C it./ automobilist, John T. Dunn and
G. P. Neal has a fine bed of straw-autoobilist, John T. Dun and
family were towed into town last
berry plants on the Stillman place,family were towed into town last
between Volusia and Second av- night by a team of mules, the ma-
chine having a broken crank.
enues, west of the railroad, from chie ha g a bren cra
which he this week sold '12,4K) and They left here yesterday morning
set out iw plants. The bed is for their home at Daytona and when
set out o,(X0) plants. The bed is .
about ft ad M. Nl e- some twelve miles below the city the
tiabout 2050 feet and Mr. ,l crank shaft broke, rendering useless
timates that it contains 50t,00 the machinery. Mr. Dunn endeav-
plants. They are of the Klondyke .
variety, which Mr. Neal fids best ored te hire a pair of mules from a
variety, which Mr. Neal finds best ,
suited conditions farm house near by from a lad, but
suited to conditions here. Last
winr he sd wo of be- the parents of the boy absolutely re-
winter he old 8) worth fused to hire the animals. Mr.
ries from three-quarters of an acre Dun tn ed to a tete
of this fruit. Dunn then walked to a turpentine
ot this fruit.
camp several miles distant and suc-
Invited to Centennial Celebration. needed in getting two strong mules,
Mayor E. W. reene whereupon he returned to his party
Mayor E. W. Greene received and started on his tedious drive to
Thursday a very neat invitation ths t
from Mayor Frederick H. Kreisman, this city.
of St. Louis, requesting his presence Ianthe partyohf automobilists-were
t the Cetennial Celebration of the Mr. and Mrs. John T. Dunn Misses
t the Cen nial Susie and Nannie Dunn, Sarah Stil-
Incorporation of St. Louis. The in-
ing and Annie Connor and J. B.
citation is in the shape of a parch- Duand Annie Connor anthdu B.
",, ". "- .-Dunn. &Thev went through here
ment scroll and bears the beal of the .D w.
t sr nd i br t i about a week ago in their machine,
city, fastened with a b)W of w~ite -
ribbn .. Above he srll is por- Maxwell touring car, enroute to
b u te .,ll .r .J .cksonville, where they visited Mr.
trait of Auguste Chouteau. tLhe itrt p4s r They rr 'ed here
executive of St. Louis and beneath 'P T' '-y hereI
..ec -we o, _._t.. I 5 ". ,Thtrrsdav on the return trip and
it is an illustra on of the city bil Thrsdayp the return trip and
lugs. .Thes invitations have been terstpping over niht, tated on
ent to tih mayors of a number of the. lat T etph oi te omewatrt
trip. The ladies were fQr-vp to tt-
cities throughout the country and rain five hos in the foods bforp
Daytona w honored with a placemain ve hours in the woods before
among them, the mules to hal the machine back
on to to town cold be procured. The
A, S. Allan Buys Another tocC. r wis left at the St. Auiustine
Machine Works for relaire and the
The Moore Bros.' stock of goods crank shaft h s ben ordered by
was sold to A. S. Allan, of Fernan- wire. The ry res d tir trip
.. the party resunued the'r trip
dina, for 8$1,700. If the sale is con- this rin t nt y auto,
firmed by the referee, Chas. S, g i the toin r avt by a
Adams, of Jacksonville, the stock
will be a splendid bargain for Mr.
Allan.-Daytona Halifax Journal. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hudson and
Later--Since the above was pub- chdld left Monday for Haslehurst,
listed the sale has been confirmed Ga. Mr Hudson, who has been en-
and Mr. Allan will continue the aged on the construction of the
business at Daytona, beginning waterworks here will take up the
probably some time in September. work on another plant at Hazelhurat.
Mr. Allan owns two large stores
here and is a hustler in his line and why w Are Strongr.
the people of L)aytona are lucky in Th nlh .ral arA n anmM. .a .

F. G. Lindberg returned last
week from Tybee, Ga., where he
spent the summer with R. T. Mc-
Fadden, doing the baking for the
latter's hotel. Mr. Lindberg says
that Mr. McFadden expects to come
to Daytona some time in October
but will not remain here.

Daytona Women Arc Finding Relief
at Last.

0 R EV l lAIlL N 4 l-
HI"OAL lifift3 1 0.

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An Romineetsomw A. 8m


Muttrcsee :Reinade vdtlOfe. --L
Cushions made to4rder.-
StRop on M. Beacb W ne Robert
Blacksmith Mop.

It det.e.Mn t1h:it ,women have -re P STAL CARD
than a fair share of the :lI.s. :a11tl pains i
that ;atti't lhtina.ity: thiey mist "'keep to M. H. Zuber, Daytma, wl
up." innult att-niI to duties iL spit of
Ull.' taoist attteiail to 'alit io h ill bring you a stqad of yellow
cowntantly 1a-hinlg iarks. ir he.ada-hes. b y a t
dizzy spElls. Iwaring-1Jowil p:iilns: they pine stove wood for $.22,
must st 4l, ovter, wheI toEn.t)4'st)Ipb u a or oak at $2.S0. 16-3m
torture. Thiey must wadlk aind Ih aiJ and
work with raking mpainits ;anlm y n
athe4s fr.-in kidalay ills. Ki.lti.y- : |':uWA" i
umore suffering th:iian ;lity ,*ther orga;twlf
the hbtll. Keelp the kihneys well annd
health i.s e.-ily iiitaintailri. lt-al of a
remetly for kidiln.ys only that Ihilps :ran
eures the* kitllu.,v< :Lhd f..n. io-,il.Ir,.d ly j, o-k vu
ple itiu this l4,-itlity
Mrs. 'V. W. Mur-i.-k. Itst..V.ttk.t.
Fla.. says: -I a ;i gI lad tilo ra-somineanl 5 l
Doau's Kidin y P'ills in or -dr Ito let at !mnyfl
neighbors know i i ti ,. 1i.- ;, I h-Jeriv,.,
front their '. I ve:t r..,t :;r
froni loaclA;fwltv ;it] kuii.-Y Triouide f,)>! c
lstl tilm'. .l1 k iueftis V Iere ak i. ~ l
(a;sea i fl-11n1 ann l ;inoy %. qUent p.a.-sa *.-. M1y a-i.-k a--edl s.:v--r.-Ily
antl in po rs wa Ow on display.
laimen anid tiff lidnit 1 -..,uil hardly ,Ir.-. Ds f.
lmyself. a Il.i, at h i.ad ;$1 1,-it loh,:n1s Kid- jigt to
ney Pills. pr.k-ured i}...n t an .l s:all- the-ir
use. They re-miov-e t hli. ullre.-l.ss and
baI-kin-le and regulat.d tlw passages ,of them
the kiducy secretions. I now feel latter
in every was iw ivi I-oans Kilidney *
Pil 6 the. -ref it. -u h1
For sale by all dealers. Price .-) cents. B
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y., sole
agents for the United States. The Fl iturl
Remember the name-D--oan's---and
take no other. Emporim .


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


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keynote of ourcontinually in-
g business is confidence. We
d the confidence of our
by courteous treatment
upright dealing. A worJ to
is efficient. Let us be
jeweler. "
LI H. ROWE & Co.,.The Jewelers.

I",S. Wood was a business visitor
-ew Smyrna Monday.
:;i..V Carter was in the city from
Orange Monday afternoon.
bAierif E. L. Smith was in the
from DeLand the forepart of

*Z eFoB SALE-Speed boat 25 feet
8 horsepower engine, Box 99.
4iS. Allan returned Monday from
ina to which city he jour-
last Saturday.
.emat reductions on all goods at
ankrupt sale. s Allan's way.
Herman G. Porter was at St.
and Hastings from Sat-
ykuntil Monday night.
F. Ronald has had as his
for a couple of weeks a young
friend, Senor Roareguez.
Houghton, dentist, west end
Bridge. Peck block, phone 32.
Bok Sains, of Courtenay,
t Island, was the guest of W.
i.Ballough Friday .and Saturday
1 la w eek.
e Bethel, who has been
with an uncle at Sanford
week or more, returned home
y afternoon.
iThmr will be service at the Con-
Schurch tomorrow morn-
The. service will begin as
at 110() o'clock.
SPhone 28 will-call for your clean
fg: and pressing. 0. S. Brnett.tf
lliMrs. Futch, who spent last week
Sith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
i^orton, returned to her home at,
3 ,iteville last Saturday.
'-Elmer Stearns, of Jacksonville,
I-'Mal clerk on the night run on the
K E. C. Ry. who was stopping for
time on the ocean beach, departed
~ tsav money by buying at the
a pt sale. It's Allan's way.
l(r. and Mrs. Mark Hazel, who
Se been visiting W. J, Cameron
S lamnily on Daytona street, left
lmdaky for their home at West
Sh$am Beach.

SMM. C. T. McBride, of Melbourne,
tb heguest of Miss Minnie Ly-
for a short time last week,
enroute to Jacksonville to
Mr mother.
2 cents, all style of shirts
t, with work left and called
Daytona Steam Laundry. tf
iEva Nahm, who was the
ofMrs.J. D. Maley at Day-
Beach for several days last
returned Saturday to her
at DeLand.
Osie Crenshaw and daughter,
H ine, are visiting Mr. and
4. Morrison in Jacksonville
or three weeks, having gone
toe Aetropolis las4 wee.
ber the bankrupt sale is
lt Moorp Brp's. old stapd.
b way.
Ui Lqmpkin left lMonday af-
for TAmp expecting to re-
oy or tomorrow, coming by
Xey West and the extension,
after some business down

r Christine Richards, of
i l and Mr. Travis, of Jack-
rienda of Garth B. Young,
Meity, departed Monday after-
*Pera pleasant stay at the
Beach Hotel.
's Chill Tonic for Malaria,
fer, cold and lagrippe, 25c
d. Al druggists. 2-ly
week Mrs. B. H. Williamson



A convention of Uniform Rank,
Knights of Pythias, colored, was
held in this city yesterday.
The pay train gladdened the
hearts of the F. E. C. Ry. employ-
ees Wednesday afternoon. ,
S. H. Gove has a force of men en
gaged in lathing and plastering the
Brower house on South Ridgewood


Nearly $500 Has Already Been
Raised to Make the Beauty
Spot of Daytona.
Through the efforts of Alderman
Ernest Mills nearly $500 has al-

King," another Granstark story,
and "The Goose Girl," by McGrath.
Get them now. We have them.
Geo. H. Clark, Stationer.

H. T. McClellan made a business
trip to Bunnell Saturday.
Mrs. W: C. Howes, of Port
Orange, is in the city visiting with
Mrs. W. W. Carter, on Volusia
H. Y. Stillman and family are
again at their home on North Beach
street, having returned from the
beach last Saturday.
tGreat reductions on all goods at
the bankrupt sale. It's Allan's way.
Mrs. Geo. E. Daggett returned the
latter part of last week from a sev-
eral months' visit with relatives at
Harrisburg and other Pennsylvania
Miss Jessie Lynch, who has been
visiting with her father and sisters
for the past three weeks, left Tues-
day afternoon on her return to
Macon, Ga.
Miss Margaret Fuller, who has
been spending the summer at her
home in Cleveland, Ohio, returned
to'Daytona Tuesday to resume her
position in the high school.
*Pearl Grit Artificial Stone Co.
sells brick at $8 per 1,000. tf
SThe announcement comes, trom
Key West of the engagement of
Miss Priscilla Seelye, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Seelye, formerly
residents of this city, to Lieut.
Charles A. Lutz, U. S. Marine Corps.
Mrs. Geo. B. Boyer and son,
Henry, who have been visiting with
T. F. Williams and family on
Orange avenue for the past three
weeks, returned to Jacksonville
Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Boyer is
a sister of Mrs. Williams.
;"Save money by buying at the
bankrupt sale. It's Allan's way.
Miss Mabel Rogers returned Sat-
urday from DeLand where she had
been attending the teachers' exam-
ination. She was accompanied
by Miss Lois Morse, of Grant,
who is to teach in the Holly Hill
. school this coming term and was on
her way to that place from DeLand.
+Our stock is always up to date
The new fall goods are now in.
Come and see for yourself.
Geo. H. Clark, Jeweler.
Mrs. R. M. Quigg, her daughter,
Miss Gertrude and son, Marion, who
were visitors for several days with
H. E. Quigg and family on North
Rac.h atre.t ratnrnotd tor th-i r hiomnA

Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Kittridge are
expected today from Milford, N. H.
Mrs. C. A. Ellenwood will return
next week.
R. S Maley left Thursday after-
noon for New York, where he will
spend two or three weeks purchas-
ing stock for his business in this
city and New Smyrna.
"New shipment of Ferry's seeds
at Young's Pharmacy.
Mrs. C. J. Masters and children,
who have been visiting Mrs. Master's
aunt, Mrs. M. S. Hunt, on Bay
street for the past two weeks, re-
turned to Armstrong Tuesday.
Geo. H. Clark returned Tuesday
from his trip to New York, having
cut his visit short, somewhat, having
contracted a cold, the weather being
unusually cool for this time of year.
*Save money by buying at the
bankrupt sale. It's Allan's way.
Henry Van Dorn was a Jackson-
viHe visitor from Wednesday until
yesterday, going up after some
pieces of machinery to replace parts
recently broken in his well drilling
The Southern Express office dis-
played c -epe on the door Wednes-
day and was closed for an hour
during the time of the funeral ser.
vices of the president of the company,
Col. Michael O'Brien.
"Try the Pearl Grit Pressed brick.
Cor. of Pine and Earl Sta.,
tf Seabreeze, Fla.

Mrs. Robert Patton, who
over from DeLand last week
Margaret Brokaw, returned
Tuesday, after a pleasant visit
her sister, Mrs. Entriken, and
A. K. Brokaw and family.


- Free--Big flower pots, 1 dozen
jelly glasses. Your choice of a thous-
and and one premiums at Dun n
Bros. Monday,Tuesday and Wednes-
day with every dollar purchase.
P. J. Hawley has the contract for
and is now engaged in the work of
plastering The Willmer on South
Palmetto avenue, where the proprie-
tor, W. C. Branch, has been making

ideal park.

The dredge started to

huM P11 ZENsKW

SIt a
A Splendid Corps of Teachers
Have Been Engaged for the
Coming School Year.
TheDaytona schools will open
Monday morning, Sept. 20th, for
what promises to be the most suc-
cessful term in the history of the
school. The Board of Trustees

work Tuesday morning and is now have secured the services'of an ox-
excavating the low center to make a ceptionally good corps of instructor
place for the concrete basin and and will leave no aL e unturned to
fountain. make the coming yeat a successful
Mr. Mills has a drawing of the one.
proposed park on dispel in his! The term will open in the old
window which shows S very at- building, but it is expected that te
tractively. In the op on of most new building will be ready soon after
of the citizens the movement of the holidays. The teachers em-
Mr. Mills is one of the best ever in- played are;
augurated in the city and within a J. L. Wright-Superintendent.
short time this three-acre island will Miss Margaret Fuller-First As-
be the beauty spot of the city. sistant in High School.
Miss Mabel Rogers-Second As-
Quietly Wedded. sistant in High SchooL
Allen Jones, a prominent young Miss Jennie Morrell-Eighth
citizen of Port Orange, and Miss Grade.
Mae Patrick, a charming voung lady Mrs. I. M. Mabbette-Seventh
of this city, were united in marriage Grade.
Monday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock at; Sixth. fifth and fourth grades to
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. be supplied.
McDonald, on Cottage avenue, Jus- Miss Eva R. Jackson-Third (
twice of the Peace H. T. Titus per- Grade.
forming the ceremony in the pres- Miss Emma Apthorp-Second
ence of a number of f ends and Grade.
well wishers gathered in the rooms' Miss Lu H kr-Frst Grad.
of the McDonald house, which were s
tastefullydecorated with flowers for Miss Etta Freeman-Kindergat-
the occasion. ner.

A baby boy was born to Mr. andz tFor sale at baigaing-3acres good
Mrs. H. Y. Stillman yesterday mon celery land. Randolph & Quigg.
Dr. F. H. Houghton will leave for Truck and Fruit Growers Meetit
the north next Tuesday. He will: The annual meeting of the Truck
return October 30th. and Fruit Growers' Association will
A. M. Harrison and C. A. Gontz be held at the City Hall next Wed-
nesday night for pli--rpose of
were Dupont visitors yesterday on neday night o itei purpose of
business for the Bingham Maley electing olfiers and transacting
C. j other necessary business. A full
Attendance is desired.
Mrs. C. L Harvey went to Fort
White Thursday for a two or three
weeks' visit with a brother at that
plae, A.S. S. Allan's force has been hard
at work this week under the di-
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Atwood are reaction of Manager Coffee, preparing
again at home at Bay street, having for the opening of the great bank-
returned from their beach cottage rupt sale today. To the stock par-
Thursday. chased here, Mr. Allan has added a
0. H. Payne, formerly telegraph quantity of new goods which had to
operator here, but now stationed at be unpacked and displayed and all
Dupont, was in the city from Thurs- hands have been kept on the jump
day until today. to get everything in readiness.
P. R. Ridgeway's familiar figure
is again to be seen on the streets, Played at DeLad.
he having returned to his Seabreeze The Gem City Minstrels gave a
home recently from a summer out- very successful performance Thurs-

t Miam n, i some extensive improvements. ing north.
at Miami Sunday, accompanied by
Ralph Quigg who has employment ^Remember the bankrupt sale is Etwin Mills is assisting George.
offered him at Miami. now on at Moore Bro's. old stand. Walton at Anthony Bros-' store
Sor 6 doses"666" will cure any It's Allan's way. during the absence of Manager G.
-5 or 6 doses "666' will cure any W B h l u fo e
case of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. Mrs. John Livingston and child, W. Balch, who left Sunday for New
45-3mos of Kingston, are expected home York to purchase stock.
Prof.. Wright returned Sat- today from DeLand, where they Wm. Ronald, who has been visit-
* Prof. J. L. Wright returned Sat- .
rdavening from Bedford, Ohio,have been visiting with Mrs. Lix- ing with his parents at Daytona
urdav evening from Bedford, Ohio,
where he has spent the summeringston parents, Capt. and Mrs. J. Beach, went ,to Cocoa Tuesday to
Prof. right ill again have the e S. Herbert, since last Saturday. spend a couple of weeks with his
Prof. Wright will again have the- i rode. .o Ral.
superintendence of the Daytona Miss Eliza Orton, assistant post- TGroa ald
public and high school. He is an master at Mt. Dora, is enjoying a l FOH SAL.E--One ;-cylinder Ford
educator of marked ability and is week or more vacation in this city, touring car in perfect running order;
giving Daytona a first class school having arrived Tuesday. Miss one 4-cylinder ford runabont with
in every respect. Orton is visiting, with her sister, top, Cinch tread, run less than
Mrs Fred Caldwell, and family oq two mouths. Will sell at a bargain.
eo. H. Matthews, the popular First avenue. Central Auto Garage.
proprietor of the COty Hotel, re- ,
turned last week from his trip East 1D. A. Van Yal4ah, of Daytonr- C. D. Smiley has been moving
with Mrs. Matthews who will rePain le-h,h while returning from a pro- some of his household goods this
North qntil (Octoer. "Dad" w' a fessional visit to Haw Creek the week from his home in Kingston to
much bepefitted by his ouqtig and forepart of the week, killed a rattle-. the DUnega house on lfy street,
says he had a Ape time visiting New nake. that measured si, feet, eigkt which his niece, Miss Turner, rt-
nrk. Boston and numerous other inches in length. He is having thepcently purchased,

places in the New England States.
eRentember the bankirpt sale is
now on at Moore Iro's old stand.
It's Allan's way.

The Inlet Advocate is the name
of a new publication hailing from
New Smyrna. The Advocate is
published by Thos. C. Buddington,'
and as its name implies is devoted
principally to the advocacy of a deep
waterway at Mosquito Inlet, near
New Smyrna. The new paper looks
well typographically and should
meet with encouragement.
You save $2 per M by using home
brick. Pearl Grit Artificial Stone Co.,
tf Seabreeze, Fla.
11 -_-A1 Pla n HIIr T ..1.c.r -

akin preserved.
loohert .lmes, manager of the
Kupperbusch restaurant at Palatka,
returned to that city Wednesday,
much benefitted by his sojourn
here. Mr. James has been visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Osborne
for ten days or more.
Mrs. Clay Johnson, a sister of
Mrs. 1. M. Mabbette, returned to her
home at Kissimmee Thursday after
spending a couple of weeks at the
Seaside Inn, Daytona Beach, and a
week or more in this city with Mrs.
Mabbette and family.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Conrad and
Mrs. F. X. Conrad and little Jean
Francis. returned Saturday from a
A *nwn t '., a

The members of the Christian
Endeavor Society held a pleasant
picnic on the beach in front of the
Hilton cottage, occupied by J. T.
Dunn and family. About twenty-
five persons were present.
The Ladies' Missionary Society of
the First Baptist Church held a
business meeting Thursday after-
noon following by a picnic supper
at the cottage of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Stones on the beach There was a
large attendance and a pleasant time
The Bingham A Thompson
Agency this week rented one of Miss
Lillian Thompson's cottages at Day-
tona Beach to Mrs. Kathryn B. Wil-
.,.. u N f ;Ifr.i r-IL.;: M nV'L--.,

day night at DeLand, a large audi-
ence greeting them and showing
appreciation of their excellent enter-
tainment. Most of the party went
over by autbs. A number of per-
sons accompanied them, a dozen or
fifteen automobiles making the trip.
o j

Tendered a Faewell. -
A farewell party was given Irvin
Hallough Tuesday evening at the
Daytona Opera House by the Day-
tona Organization of Amateurs, of
which he is a member. A pleasant
evening was spent at games and
social converse and Mr. Balhlag
was presented with a handsome set
of military brushes, as a token of
friendship and good will as he will
leave tomorrow lar Charlestp, S. C.,
to enter the Porter military academy
at that place.

Label The Buidiang
Quite a number of times last
winter the Gazette-News reporter
heard the Public Library referred to
by strangers as the city jail, evi-
dently having been informed that
the jail was in that vicinity and
mistaking the stone structure for
the less commodious frame build-
ing, on the other side of the bridge,
which serves as a loek-up. Would
it not be a good plan to place a sign
on the front of the structure, stating
that it was a Public Library and
reading room.?

Improvements at T4W Crystal.
The CrysXal Theatre is now giving
tw< -..hiibitions a week-Wedues-
jay and Saturday evenings. Last

Complete Gas Plants stalled.

Plumbing and Heating Splies.

Brass and (alv. Pipe and Fittins.

Fairbanks & Morse Engines & Pumps.

Niagara Hydraulic Rams.

Ireland Pipe Wrenches.


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Voluaia Coouty AbltAet lavestnent
and Title Imnsuee Company.
Abetraet Utratshed and titlegperfect-
ed.I Map. Pl and B le Prntta sup-
oa Bertsl.bPrea rey D.Landis,
BecTarnd Tr~ar: Oppoict volmla 0o.
Banx._ DeLand. na.

Physician and Surgeon. Civil Engineers
Office and residence: 123 So. Ridge-A an
wood Avenue, opp Ridgewood Ho- Offices MIAMI FLA.
tel. Phone 175. Officehours:9 to
11 a. m., 2 to 4 and 6:30 to p.m. Daytona Office Established 1875

S. H. GOVE Daytona Private Ijos-
Architect Builer and pital and Sanitarium
Every facility forthe propertreaent
r's trvar^^ror and oe of xnedlfrl wBd surglWl cases.
Contractortr n trained nurses
quiet surr t spec attention
Residencee and office, northeast cor- given to al patet. Ters on appl-
ner Ridgewood and Volmoiave. caton. No Be8. cehSt..DSytoe..
Phone 89. Daytona, FI Physiet Charge.

Dr. Bohanaon's
.C, I. s.
Firt Avem, ayytem. .L
Tww-euty-sjx large, airy ruoms. newly
furnished and fitted th ugbout with all PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
hospital onvenieaeue. Thoroughly eq-
uipped operating woom on se-tond floor. :
For termo attieond Offici in Atwood block, up stairs.
C. C. BOANNON, M. D. Daytona. Florida.

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iv &L. bTEhWART
Physician and Surgeon
Special attention to diaeaea of the
Eye, Ear, Throat and Noe. Office
and residence, Magnola aveane. 3rd
door west of P. 0., telephone 82
OtcmIehors9 a. a p.

Physician and Surgeon
Asoelated- with O. o.otey. M. D.
Spechalattention given to diLraws of
the Eye, Eye, Noe and Throut. OMcee
hours 7 to a. u., I to 4 and 7 to a p. m.
Homeopathic Physician
No. 453 North Beach Street.
Office Hours, 12:30 to 2:30 and 6-00
to 7:30.
Telephone No. 122.



TGreat reductions on all goods at ready been raised to improve the
the bankrupt sale. It's Allan's way. City Island and make it into an


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Daytona's Inomparable Ocean Beach.
One of Daytona s crowning glories is
her incomparable beach. No one who
ever set foot upon its smooth, packed
sands; no one who ever pedaled a I-
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 automc
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
The Placid. Pladcid Halifax River.
Where think you is water with more
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta-
tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-
randa's looking out upon her bosom,
gamey food fishes in countless numbers
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
which sit about as if for the sport of
bobbing upon her waves; watch that
lubberly old white headed p lican pouh
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk 'tt 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 cruise upon her beautiful
surface. Take out your field glass and
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to
Ponce Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
the modern wonders.
The BF helntaiily ctmresq.e Ridewood.
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of
a broad ridge, straight as-the crow flies,
and the wide-spreading branches of the
heavy-tranked 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 dowL
this white shell street one has the im-
premion of a fairy path with elfiPh dra-
peries, but as you move along and cast
an eye first to the right and then to the
left you see iatinguished cottage homes
in the most deli htful settings.
Smpassla Beauty t Our Cattage oames.
No one of Daytonas a attractions, per-
haps. commands more nearly universal
attention and praise than does the artis-
tic cottage. The owners of these charm-
ing villas hail from every corner of the
country and they bring their own archi-
tectural plans and build upon them,and
as the architecture of one section of the
country differs from the architecture of
another so 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 kaleidoeople chang which keeps
the mind wondering "What next?"
Stretsad Pavemets the Most ad Best.
Why the Architect of the Universe
chose to give to Daytona the most ad-
mirable, the most picturesque natural
setting of all the cities of the South is
not revealed but that such is a 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
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
inhabitants? Till some unheard-of
place reports more and better, laytona
throws down the gauntlet to the world.

Seureds. lwenr. Birds 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
ruits" will send a thrill that is reflected
in distended pupils mad 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
variagated hues predominate, another
has a penchant for the poinusttia and
the premises are aflame; another is hid-
den in a jungle of tall cane.
The birds flit in, and with their joyous
notes help to give fullness and synlmme-
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.
The Fastest Ats And The Fnest Out.

Jeake's arithmetic made it as little
as one sixty-fourth of a penny.-Lon-
don Chronicle.

Heroic Treatment.
In Guimana if a child is slow in its
movements the parents apply an ant
to the child instead of a whip to make
It move fast-r. This little ant bites,
more cruelly than a ialosiluito. and itl
bite is apt to be troubl)esoule after-
ward. As you -ain imagine. this treat-
ment does not make Ihe child kind to
others. and the children of 4(uia;na are
said ito be latrtivularly c-ruel to ani-
mals. The little boys in Guiana do not
reckon their age by years. but by their
ability to endure pain. Until he gets
to the point where he can let the ilucu
ant bite him without wiincing he is
considered merely a baby.

IUe-It wais a frightful^ l lft nmlent when
I received your let er lelliitn mie of
the insullpranlle oltsta-le to our mar-
rlage. I would have shot myself. but
I had no mUoneyi to buy a revolver.
She-Dearest. if ,only you had let me
know.- SiliIplic(issiirins.

A Mean Friend.
"All the ildut lie' up may .<'t*."
;Well. C lh,,ly.. inaitt the city wll!
pay y-nu it pIurade tihe streets. Per-
halps. Instead of sweeping,. it would be
better to clean them by a vac-uum proc-x
ess."-Kansas City Journal.

All the Difference.
''My wife is very bad." said a man
alt Oh fIt. Ilnnmclki, ...... ....t


A Trophy That Did Not Remain
Long In Captivity.


It Belonged to the American Consulate
In Hdnolulus and Was Carried Off by
a Party of English Middies-The Res-
titution and Apology.



A Dramatic Incident In the Caree of
General de Gallifet.
It was on that fatal day. Sept 1.
1870. that General de Gallifet distin-
guished himself by commanding the
cavalry charges intended to clear the
elevation at Illy. with the view of
opening a passage tow*-d Floing,
where It was hoped the army might re-
treat The first charge overthrew the
Eighty-third regiment of the Prussians
and penetrated among he German
troops. but the later formed again
rapidly after the retirement of the
French cavalry.
General l)uerot t!,hn asked tf theyI
could renew the charge with what re
mained of the light cavalry and hbs-
sars. and then ;Gallifet answered In
the words that have Hectmonil historic.
"As often as- you wish. general, as
long as a man retnaini'.!" The second
charge was not so successful as the
first. Only a few men. with their Cen-
eral at their hend. s'iu-cr-cedi.l in tn e-
trating the first ranks ofr the enemy
It Is known that the king of Prussi;a.
who was wat-hing theii huitlle froinm the
top of the 1il1 ilf Malrtf-. ext-lailned
with adlnilraitin.. "()li. l' Ir;ibrv's genIs!"
.lust at this ikilnlentl 1 i a :ni14oiisl ing
event Eeurred In ihe Ilidl-tfi or the bat-
tie. As tllliler was retllrnring with
a few survivors, their horses for the
most part tloundt4led r foundered. he
passed l i,'fTre I he n:Nss;au regiment
The l'rnssi:an oniof rders ordedrl their
men to cease fire and even strcl-k up
some of their guns The French si-
,luted and shouted. "Vive I'einiereur"r
and the pr n eran acknowledged
the salute, sonme of then utpplallditng.-
Westminster Gazette.


Health as a Primary Factor In Intelli-
gent Living.
Health and success are so largely
dependent upon balance. upon sym-
metry of development. physical and
mental harmony. that we should do
everything possible to secure that
physical poise which also means men-
tal and moral poise. A large part of
our Ills come from one sided levelop-
ment, caused by overstinulati ig some
.tissue cells and starving others-over-
feeding and underfeeding. Scientific
feeding. therefore. is of vast inpor-
Overeating and Improper eating are
among the curses of the world. Think
of the people who put all sorts of in-
compatibles into their stomachs at the
same time and then use all sorts of
nostrums to get rid of their bad ef-
One of the most pathetic sights in
the world is that of a human being
struggling hard to carry out his am-
bition. yet handicapping himself by
his ignorance of physical laws.
What a pathetic figure Carlyle cut
In the world-a one sided giant who
might have been a symmetrical power.
possessor of a colossal brain largely
controlled by a dyspeptic stomahb:. He
was cross and crabbed and did just
the things that he did not want to do.
things that he knew it would be bet-
ter not to do. but he was the victim
of starved nerves, of exhausted brain
cells largely for want of common sense
feeling.-Orison Swett Marden in Suc-
cess Magazine.

A "Mite."
The difficulties experienced by our
forefathers in trying to reckon money
In very small proportions appear iu
the various values given to a "mite"
In the sixteenth and seventeenth cen-
tury books of couitner-ial arithmetic.
The original "mite': seems to have
been a third of a Flemish penny, but
the use of the word for the widow's
coin of the New Testament made its
regular English meaning half a far-
thing, and some old people may re-
member applying -the name to the
short lived nineteenth century coins
of that value. 1 those old arithmetic
books "mite" stands for various val-
ues not represented by actual coins.
but obviously used in reckoning. A
work of ITN;i makes it one-twelfth of
a penny, two sixteenth century books
one-sixth of a farthing. and in ti74

"Speaking of old times on the coast," the sin of a rare ani
said an Oregonian. "reminds me of- Thirty braves appeared alt the con-
some of the sterling characters we Thirt and one of them won the copri
I test. and one of Mew woo the prize.
had there. One was Governor Me-
Bride of Oregon. -His first official du- W hn .s e tr n t
ties were at honolulu, where he was M so hia Se. a' A e
te taes e. g a IMe shoot him'. Seer' And he pointed
United States minister. King Kame- to the fatal bullet hole.
hameha was the ruler at the time. The t hefaal bllet holee
Then Barnes told them that they had
minister was a heroic type of a man.killed a donkey a very useful anima
(fe father of fourteen children, and a but he was ure that they had done it
number of his sons became distn- but e waske believing It the be a wild
guished men in various professions. nismal.
He was a true American. cast in an T Iis li aent ly
ultra patriotic mold, and many stories the white man's onds and theni ,y-n-
are told among the oldtimers of his suited togerthr a few minutes Finallv
patriotism and bravery. they separated. eac-h lbravle going to his
"When McBride reached Honolulu pony. hing him and leadi.,r hin
he found there were no outward in- t t t w n it n
to the spot where a gang of white fnul
silgna designating the Amerkcan con- stood. Barnes in the midst 'of them.
sulate or minister's office, so he had a Then one of the Indians spoke:
large American coat of arms cut out "'We sorry we kill donkey. We think
of wood. gilded and decorated apro- he belong to the wos. e ind hi
privately. and this was hung over the- In cane. We think him wild. We sor-
office door that all the world might see y Now we pay. We lake no white
it It was naturally a conspicuous ob- man's boss. pony. nothing of while
Ject and of much interest to the pub- man. We honet We he i:
lie. 1,. -_ --

"One day an English man-of-war
came into port. The sailors and mid-
shipmen were given liberty. and. as
often happens, some of them had hi-
larious times. Among the then mid+
shipmen were Lord Gordon and Lord
Beresford. who, like all midshipmen in
from a long cruise, were out for a
jolly time. Walking down the street.
they did not fail to notice that Yankee'
coat of arms. and as Beresford was
collecting bric-a-brae and curiosities it
occurred to him and Gordon that this
would be a fine addition to their col-
lection, a trophy worth having. So
they selected a time when the minis-
ter was away and the office closed.
presumably at night, and took down
the coat of arms. hired a native vehi-
cle to carry It down to the doc-k and
actually succeeded in getting it aboard
without any of the ranking officers
knowing anything about it.
"The next morning when the minis-
ter came down to the office his assist-
ant said:
"*Mr. Minister, your bird's taken
"'What do you mean?' asked his
"'Your coat of arms is gone.' re-
plied the aid.
*"Gone where? Flown off?'
"'Not exactly.' said the other. 'It's
just disappeared.'
"The minister walked out Into the
street and looked up. The coat orf
arms. which was five or six feet
across, was *noticeable by its absence'
It had taken wings and flown away.
Exactly. what the minister said has
not been chronicled.
"It so happened that Beresford had
given the carriage driver an extra fare
for his trouble. Some one discovered
this and quickly reported it to the min-
Ister. who at once made a demand
upon the captain of the frigate for its
return. The captain, who was inno-
cent. denied that the thing was aboard
ship. The minister sent his evidence!
to the captain, reiterating his demand
and demanding an apology for the in-
"The captain now began an investi-
gation, and the culprits owned up and'
took the coat of arms on deck. when
it was promptly sent ashore and re-
turned to the office of the minister.
McBride. who was there, refused to
receive it.
"Tell the captain of your frigate
that I desire that the men who took it
down bring it back. place it where
they found it and apologize.'
"Back to the ship went the men
with the coat of arms and reported.
The captain ordered the young men to
go ashore, take the coat of arms to the
consulate, replace it as they found it
and apologize to the minister.
'It was doubtless a bitter pill. and
the young midshipmen had to stand
the badinage of their comrades. The
two went ashore, ready to comply.
and took the coat of arms to the con-
pulate. The. American minister had
not put himself out to keep the mat-
ter quiet, antas a fact the public was
well posted.4nd the consulate was
surrounded b a crowd of Americans.
natives and others, all laughing at the
predicament of the young midship-
"The minister had a strong sense of
humor and determined to get all there
was in it. He preserved his dignity as
best he could as he received the young
men and listened to their apologies.
The midshipmen then took the coat of
arms from the hack and amid the
cheers of the crowd climbed to the
front of the building and placed it In
pos':lon. then hurried down. followed
by laughter and cheers."-C. V. Holder
In New York Evening Post.

Delight of Varied Labor.
None but the fully occupied can ap-
preciate the delight of suspended or.
rather, of varied labor. It Is toil that
creates holidays. There is uo royal
road-yes. that is the royal road to
them. Life cannot be made up of
recreations. They must be garden spots
In well farmed lands.-Mrs. Gilbert-
Ann Tuylor.

tliats all. lTake piay. Ald Ue muo-
tioned to the long line of ponles. held
by their owners.
"How many?" asked Barnes.
"White man say." returned the In-
dian; "take plenty."
The honor of the red men was not
equaled by the white men. for. be it
recorded to their shame. they took
from the Chickasaws thirty-five ponies
to pay for the accidental killing of one


What the White Men Charged Them
For Killing One Donkey.
In "Remlniac-ences of Old umnes In
Tennessee" a story is told of itef goodl
faith and honor of a iarty ot <'hic-ka-
s.w Indians. While hbitiiin, one tall
they shot a donkey. mistaking the
creature for a wild animal They sold
the hide. and it finally came to the
hands of John Barnes In Lipton.
When the Chickasaws returned to
the region of Lipton for their annual
hunt the next fall Barnes invited them
to a shooting marchh the nrize to hu

.11 pi-r'.sii ha vinll; t: y in-rl; l whi:tt.so-ver
The Way It Was Described by an ianjiillst Ihn.,ntltl 1i oi Kli.1s M. Villinl. lat-
Educated Native. of orntioind. Volu-at county lorid~i. ar-c
l ere.I)v ntotinfl. to t11.- thei-r at--counts with
C. J. Phillips. business agent in; i tliudI-r rign.-. within six nmontlihi froin
MI ll,' .<,r thl ;111 wtll I*- mlrr, ;l ltfi liil>
Uganda of the Chureb Missionary so- ,tI law. o n .AM n i P. VIeNI ;. i
clety. throws light upon the workings' Adtminii.trnitr.
of the native mind by quoting a re I).t'd- liionli, -Ia.. May lith. imau.
markable letter in which a native
member of the katiklro's (prime minis- '' ir't plub. iuly 17; hLst pub. I''n. t ''
ter'si party gives a description of the Notice of Application for Final
Uganda railway. Discharge.
"My friend, I can tell you the Euro- Notice is hereby given that six Inmotlis
peans have done a marvelous thing to t""ft'r dt- or ts soon there-after a- I c:u ian
hemI'-sd. I will pr.-sent liv iimtial n-turn. : atl-
make the railway and the trains. They mnintiria-tor with will atinx-d of th- -.stint,.-
fasten ten or fifteen houses together of K. I.('owaUn totlth.' (ounllty JudgeI f Vo-
tlusi ('coultty. l-itorildn.int ask for iln livl;al
and attach them to a fireplace which li..,In-Ilite.
Is as big as an elephant, and the road A .W. HAFFER.
Ad lnhitii rautor witi tWill Allla..x t..
it goes on is as smooth as the stem ofr ited July 1)9R.
a plantain. It goes as fast as a swal-
low dying, and everything you see out- I
side flits past you like a spark from a
tire. If It were to drop off one of the
bridges not one in it would be saved.
for it goes dreadfully quick. The hills
It passes are as high as those of KokL
and they have bridged over great val- --eee ] ar
leys which are as deep as that you see tbotWae&ilant taewow plpy.afrte
tested=AdP"up. You ran no risk Of
when you look from the top of Nami- pteo rl atorreSmaa.ocks. Wetake
rembo. so deep that you cannot see the th|tt osyeattthee1tit. Ruotfe
bt igipsmped a mostepert meal grow-
bottom when you are going over them." eriar Ameri. Iti tooerwsadansweto
Later there follows a description of wtihee.yonur e w m. ora. r-
a ship: "It is qs deep as our two sto- WFteto
tried house and as wide as the king's D U. E ulr a Co..
road in Mengo. and it is as long as
from the katikiro's fence to the gate
of the king's inclosure. It has three -_
tall poles in it and a big throat, out of Wo DsCWttiVe q
which smoke comes. which is as wide
as the new drum in the church at Na- Fall Seed Catla
mirembo. The rooms in it go down a
three stories, and the boards of these now ready gives the fullest
I cannot describe to you. for such have information about al
not been seen before. There is a lot
of metal work aboul them, too. but Seeds 1o0 th
these also I cannot describe, for its Isrm d a
so fine. There are children on board i hu ud G ren,
and a flock of sheep and places to Graes and Cloven,
wash in attached to every place where Vetches Al
a chief sleeps, such as even our kin theg Ai
has never p ossess(d."-London Strand Seed WMhe, Oats.
Magazine. Rye, Barley, etc,

Old Book Terms.
The words folio. quarto. octavo. duo-
decutio and the like have almost if not
quite lost their original meaning. At
first they had reference only to the
number tof leaves into which the sheets
used in making the books were folded.
Thus if these sheets were fldded once
so as to formt two leaves or four pages
the book was -culle a folio; if the
sheets were folded twice so as to form
four leaves the book was ialedh a
quarto; if they were folded four times
so as. to form eight leaves the book
was called an octavo. and so on.

"I suppose you're sorry now?' asked
the prison visitor, according to the
Phi!adelphia Ledger.
The young mau who h;ad stolen $1.-
000 and spent It in sixteen weeks
sighted through the bars. "Oh. yes."
he answered. "I tried to cut too much
tf a splurge. The money ought to
have lasted me a week longer."

Just Suits Him.
'rienld Why do you encourage these
wonulit's su ftrage meetings? Surely
you dloit't approve of themn. HiisbI:it:d
---Approe? With all y lhe-art: I cau
conie home as latet as 1 like now with-
out tfhintg ny white ;at home to ask
rluestitoPs.- Flitgende Blatter.

No Chance.
"I think it's wrong for a mairited
man to ga ;imble."
"It's worse thau wrong. It's idiotic.
His wife gives hin tits if he loses and
conlis.-:ttr.s tite pr(-weeuds it be wins."-
I il1l- t 'iolm i +l ilpi. f Ie .111',uI1

Alao tells all about

Vegetable & Flower Seeds
that can be planted in the ll to
advantage and profit, and about
'yaoinths, Tlips sad other
Fowering B.lbs,-Vetaat and
trawbwry P4it, 6Pootky
Supple and FWorMt ,
,,%e Prmne sad GaOseer ehbed
have thisotalto. It t ,valual in
Its helpfthnesa and aug Meas s or
a proftable and atisfactor hni or
Garden, ttalegt smled I see e
reaet. write for t.

) Seedmen, Rihmond Va. (

Mrs. W. W. Alcott. Manager.
Open from May to (rct-tlier.
Fronting the Atlantic Uccan.
Large pleasant rooms. Modern
conveiniences. Pates reasonable.
Special to families.
Daytona Beach. Florida.

LOW TIDES on the B

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Legal Notices

Notice 'f Application fw Tax Derd Lndr;-
Section 8 of Chapter 498-S. Laws
of Flwida.
Notte.. i-. 1 rels. %i ui 4 ht 4 ,tto H. Ii i.c,-
off pa' .hla"-r nf Tax No lrt I t. I'W.
,1iut d I !h.:trdL diav of .1 mn... A. ID.. *.!v. hasi.
tiled%:i~ri(I t' rtillvatet~ ill aty\ oflive~. and l IIws
acco~rd.anev with law. S~atid etflanli~te s-mi-
brIra ve s 1 th e followima- (.d scri bed4i prop erty sit- I
tulzted-l I l~i V i-.4a county. Florid~a. to-wit:
IAot.A~m-'sor*- b du i vision of rI poait
tar:aut Sev ioal 3. Town l Ii. South I t Pw im-:01
t-itst. rhe utiti ututt ip-ine nsse-tsr.-ij IkY1 :t tit-'
lttlt- (it th i 'unuatc. of such vCrt il.:,to. illI
tit,- nan sa* of G.. F. Ru rn-y. UtfIe~s aA r-
tiffis-m .- -hzill 1 rItc-uit ,-vordinu 11) to1:1%
tax x nt..,i will iss.ut- thert;-imoil on t,-.1 ~41 It1'*I .s%
Of 1 ltolier. A. P ., 1v9
thi.t1114.5 Id il .hav of 1Aept.*niwr. A.7.1-1) I
Vii.rk C ircuit Court VOII~ll Cikn 4uWi. l'..n.
P-.v K.. '. H H .i,%. IDvpity t '%Clerk.
i Fir-t pia).. Atta,. 7; Iu't Jil!-- Sept. :;.'
lit Votjnt Judge'.,Co'curt. ,
Vou,0(1.1:, r.4. Fl.rida.t%
In tbt- ullatter o;! tit*- t-stati- of Frnawi-i, 4;.
Nomticje.- htr-,hv b i tgz to :ill viI cre-il or'..
111:1 lid1,. it:Bii list ie411.-ta t IFrulivti 4. (;1"tI
ularit u. d*,aa'vq. .to pr-m- titIl 4,. '.u lit 11Wth
undntI~-ia. La 4d wit imait he 11111. precril dIp.41%i
lau tit-I. r44.'It-- v will 1L ti.. imnrr .-t
Executrix, withth -IWill IIIAni,. ,1

Notice of Final Discharge. I
Noic. ,. le-rl)' ivi Th* a It sixt 4i m 11ithe
afttr d:064'. o-wit:t )il tit#- -%t it day o44Nov~,-
.atllu-r. ltNF.I. 4)r a,. -ou I theret'zntr ns. I 4 s-mi Ii.-
li-anrd.I. w illi akeii-nv tiuail ri-tinrtiaI.,a .*.-t
cutord,1 41)- Iast WII itud Ti.staannlilt 4lto
(O*rinnS4. Paviix. .ecern to ther C'omiltly
.1 IldLis 414 v4;)Lusll 4oouut Y v loriii. sandi a,*';
that the sainme' w allowed and.i )pIroveti4. 2)4)1
that iI tmial dist.hurge lt gruuted manew-o n- uch
Atdinn)titrattor withn the Will Annl4-xted1.
%mIst2W. I. 64H A KN E H.
A44Idminlkitrantor wilh WilAi n .nt xetd.

Notice of Final Discharge.
-Notice is he-rIhv -Ji-n thlt tltt. uaie t'rr-Iii -
ed Adnniiuii-trattr with, the- will i nti-X6.I 4io
the i-stitte of (;race- A. Wardwell will 4' the-
1%i,. l1y of .I&funaury Ittl4I.prese~nt mlk twina
sivcuinlt as Ils I algallmlinistrafto)r williith
% ill 2iIinextAti tt. I -lHonoabnil)e v4)I HllIt V
.1udusv o~ha(f Itliia ('411,111 -. iFlorilda. aMt hi'.
off4t- in 11)1.]anii.4.Viau.togk--thvr vwillhi,.
votlt-her-. ztkd am-k thIat the -nuam,- i :Imallo-41
antd that lI. te I%-disiargti-.t.
TiThl .1Iitly ftit. 1P419.
Adiiimjii,4trittor with wIll:, lie 41.

Administrator's Notice.





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Capital Stock.......................................... 50000
.S rl)lus an(l 'Profits ............. ..... ............ 55,165
Four per cent interest paid on Savings accounts and Time Cer-
tificates of Deposit. No notice required for withdrawals.

Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.
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STATIONERY,ETC. Maybete ft wflkea"wUk
|work whe completed will maria the wrs~s am
mient of the mot discriminatin tast.- .




Nearly all the fruit that comes
to the market is picked while green rw &^ l
and allowed to ripen on the way. VA
Of course such fruit never has the
delicious flavor of that which is ripenedin nature's ma
For this reason


is really superior in flavor and heatthfulmar to any of the
fresh fruits that come from nearby orchards during the iev

days of the fruit season.

ROYAL SCARLET FRUITS are gathered and put up at

the orchards the very day they are ripe, and the flavor that
nature alone can give is preserved.

Royal Scarlet stands for the best in the Canned Goods 6a.





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