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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
Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: September 25, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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THE


DAYTONA


GAZETTE-NEWS.


ol' 21, No. 18 one. ,Even d, Al l .C Daytona, Florida, September 25, 1909. AUh.. .a---. 5.- .eo.. l. rl

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SPECIAL TOVEI. SALE
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
ieoat the entire let. These towels are first-class in every respect and are well
Worth 12) cents, hut we must get rid of them and will close out the entire
100 dozen at 3 for 25 cents or 95.e a dozen. Do not fail to get what towels
you need at this ridiculously low price. See the window display.

THE PECK -HENDRICKS COMPANY.


handsome


Pictures. I


Any customer purchasing $:.oo worth of G(ro-
ceries for cash. I will sell a handsome framed pict-
ure, your own selection out of one hundred and fifty
,subjects, size 23x27, for only 59( cents.
A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME
to desorate your homes. You don't have to buy
$2.oo worth at one time. Ask for coupons.
Pictures on display in my window. Worth in
regulary way $1.5o to $2.oo each. Call and see them


so2Y


W. CARROLL,


iThe North Beach Street Grocer. 'PHONE 19.I

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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.


232 South Beach Street.


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I. D. TAYLOR, Electrical Contractor
[louse Wiring a Specialty.
ieler in Electrical Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shades,
1imps No. 8 Orange avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.
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ond Lumber Company,

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t)fflie and Yards: Fast ('i'a
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Sthe F. E.C. ity.
R. J. MAI.BY, Manager.
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WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING
(a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Roof, a Hot Air Furnace,
of the other metal necessities required to complete a podera
ag, remember that

C. NASH dt SON
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Pt prepared to give prompt and reliable service at fair prices.
neral repair shop on Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory.


RAl IVULUI IVMILL


POTATO CULTIE.


WI99 K99 IRE HATIU lA


TO AILNUBRST ASSURED.


A Native of South America Highly Commissioners of Brevard County
Recommended by the French Chip in $600.-Many Other


Dept. of Agriculture.


Substantial Contributions.


A short time ago while discussing: It now looks an if wi
the growing of some vegetables sojourning in aytona
with L. Hahne, of South Ridgewood will be enabled to dri
avenue, Mrs. Hahne mentioned the hurst, on the Haulover
fact of their having just planted a' ing the coming season.


new potato which they heard was
much finer than the ordinary Irish
potato, but said they knew very
little about it and referred the
writer to D. F. Randolph, of Second
avenue, for information regarding it.
Mr. Randolph kindly showed the
reporter a patch of the potatoes
which he has growing in the rear of
his residence and explained all he
knew in regard to the vegetable.
giving the investigator cuttings with
which to make a personal trial of
the new product.
Mr. Randolph secured the pota-
toes he planted from John Thede.
whose home is on West Cypress
street, and who raised the tubers at
his place last winter from seed pro-
cured from the French agricultural
department, who recommended it'
highly and prophesied for it a bril-
liant future.
Mr. Thede found the potatoes so
palatable that the family unthink-
ingly ate most of the product, only
realizing the mistake when a prom-
nent seed firm North wrote to Mr.
Thede in an endeavor to secure all
he had raised, having learned that
he was growing them. The potato
had proved very productive and


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Out of town work solicited. ;


A 19LL CAN I-!TLI


INVENTED IY IAYTNIAo


Dr. Geo. E. Walton of This City
Solves Puzzling Problem
of Years.


inter visitors Dr. Geo. E. Walton, of this city
and nearby is the inventor of an automatic or


ve to Allen-
Canal, dur-
The County


Commissioners of Brevard County
have contributed .f;00 toward the
part of the road in their county.
Individual contributors of Brevard
County have swelled the fund to


self-closing can for the containing
of gasoline or other volatile fluids,
that it would seem must come in
course of time into almost universal
use. Dr. Walton already has the
can on the market in this country
with headquarters at Cincinnati,
Ohio, and wAll leave New York


$1,0(k0, the largest individual cor- about the middle of October for
tributor being Commodore J. II Europe to arrange for the manufac-
Allen, manager of the Allenhurst ture and sale of the can in Ger-
Company, whe chipped in his check 'many, Austria and other countries
for $100). in wliich he has obtained patents.
Through the efforts of County The patent feature of the can is
Comnisssoner Owen, of Oak Hill, the spout or nozzle from which the
considerable money has been raised liquid is poured. It is an ingenious
in that vicinity. Commissioner contrivance, and yet so simple in
Owen will use several hundred dol- Iarrangement that it seems strange
lars out of his appropriation on the it remained until this time to be
road. The Gazette-News sent out brought into use. It consists merely
letters to a number of prominent in a duplicate spout, with closed
winter sojourners to which favorable end, located directly beneath the
responses were generally received, real outlet and containing a friction
The contributors to the Gazette- ball which closes the bottom of the
News fund thus far are as follows: outlet when the can is in normal
II. H. Hoene 150).() position, but when tilted, as in the
Geo. H. Monroe 25.)0 act of pouring the liquid from the
Peter Seims 25.o)0 can, this ball rolls into the closed
N. A. Rist 25.00 end tube, or false spout, allowing
A. W. Wells 25.00 the fluid to pass freely from the
Major A. B. Foster 20A.0 proper outlet.
W. E Blodgett 1S.O Dr. Walton says that ever since,
Jas. H. Baker 15.(00 as a boy in Cincincinni, he had no-
Geo. E. Sebring 10.4 W)ticed cans with a potato doing ser-
James K. Banks 10()( vicpe a a tnonr-h ha k rfil;le


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when cooked was quite mealy and Several others have promised con- necessity of something such as he
line grained, very much resembling tributions. Many of the prominent has invented and this plan occurred
an extra nice Irish potato. motorists who spend their winters to him on Washington's birthday a
. Mr. Randolph says the potato has in the vicinity were not addressed year ago and he later went to C.
a dark exterior with a very thick for the reason that they were travel- Nash & Son and had them make a
skin and bears but one eye to the ing about and their addresses were can which he still has and which
tuber. The potatoes seem to range unknown. To any such that may was turned over to him the follow-
in size about like Irish potatoes,' read this article a pressing invita- ing St. Patrick's Day. This can
averaging perhaps a little smaller, tion is ext ended. It is necessary worked satisfactorily but the later
though this might vary under diff- that work, wlii h is already under ones are a more finished product.
ereut conditions. way, he prosecuted as speedily as One of the important points
The potato is a native of South possible so as to have the road in claimed for the can is that it is fire
America but has been raised exten- good shape for winter travel Send proof and J. A. Archibald, chief of
sively in France where it is said to your checks to the Gazette-News the Cincinnati fire department, says
have proved very valuable and may and they will be turned over to of it: "Its action is effectual; it is
do so in this country, although Mr. Commodore Allen and Commis- impossible to set fire to or explode
Randolph thinks it probably will sioner Owen, who are in charge of gasoline vapor within the can,
not do North, as from its habit of the road work. even when the spout end is wide
growth the vegetable matures about open. I am vonviuced that thei
the month of December, shortly ~e *e n ** ***e*ese general use of this can for gasoline
after the blooming period and no CIVIC NOTES, and coal oil will diminish loss by
matter when the seed is planted the tires from that source."
vines apparently await the winter ot i Dr. Waton applied for a patent -
season to ripen the tubers. e were glad to see an article re- J une ', J p8S. It was allowed
The plant and blossum very much ently on the value of te dierent cem and issued to him
shrubs and vines as regards theirDeember and issued to him
resemble sage in their appearance July I, of the present year. He also
and th crop can be e eher by ornamental and useful qualities. ptet oer ea
planting the tubers dr slips or cut-Many people would be interested in has patents covering Canada, Great
planting the tubers or slips or cutshrubsBritian, France, Germany, Austria
tings, which take root readily, more g and Belgium. A search of all the
would een tan swgrow alone our water front
so even than sweet viorit is a waste of energy to set ot records of those countries issuing
If this potato proves to brevlute all that will not thriveatents showed no invention similar
plants that will not t1lrltive.
it poromi it wi reolutioniz We have had a parativel to Dr. alton's. He has very en-
potato growing in this country, at ctt ouraging letters from Berlin and
least in the ut where its time of n more free fr Vienna in regard to the establish-
ripeningwe may be even more free from ma-
ripening will make it particularly next year. Let s plan to have ent of business in those places.
valuable for ipent north. s filled in, takes and rain While the doctor feels the im-
So M L rte .'water barrels covered and when pt'rtance of this invention both asa
Death of Mrs. I. N. Laborteaux. Anopheles takes her de ture to it wde-reaching b fit ad
Miss Anopheles takes her departure to its we-rehing benefits sd
A letter from Cincinnati, Ohio, this fall give her to understand that financial aspect, he has another an-
recently received by parties here. stagnant pools and other good tedating it by two o three years
conveys information of the death of breeding places will not be available which appeal even more strongly
Mrs. I. N. Laborteaux at her home next summer. It is "up to us" to to him and is of much greater iuag-
at College Hill, near that city, on keep healthy. itude. This he will take up atl
the 15th of the month. Some one h as asked wky row mnle future period.
Mrs. Laborteaux is well k,,own in boats for hire are not to be found in
this city and. vijiuit, having spent Daytona. The questioner seemed to A Family Jar in Midway.
a nuiml)er of vintera here in the think that such a fleet of snail I, i.C ,,
l S.- Sro u'%UfvVo a eS~r od" mil


I past fifteen or twoVty years and wab; lats would be a paving invest nent.
Sa guest of the Seaside Inn, lJaytona It would at least be a pleasure to
I Bech, with her daughter. Miss many whoenjoy boating.
Ora I. Laborteaux, winter before
l Ist. She was a cousin of F. A
Mann, the pioneer newspaper man
iof Daytona. now residing at Sea-
!brook, (on the beach opposite Bulow.

i Assisted Goat at New' S.i.na. On your Face. dainty, fra-


sician of Midway, was brought be-
fore Mayor Greene Monday m Iaring
by A AA. Pauling, the colored
deputy marshal o that negro dis-
triet, ca)medl with being drunk and
,disorderly. It seems thie pr,feasr, 1
After imbibing the fire water, be- "
.came too demonstrative toward his
ifather-in-law, who was ill in bed.


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CITY HOTEL


Orange Avenue, Daytona, Fla.


ELECTRIC LIGHTS, ELECTRIC BEL.
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CONRAD GROCEIY CO'S.

List of Fresh Vegetables etc., for this time of
the year:

Lettuce, Beets, Turnips and Mustard

greenss. Cranberries, Apples,

Avocado Pears, (uavas,

Limes and Lemons.
Curtice Bros. Red Cherries, fine for pies, 25c

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


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will deliver gasoline without

any charge for delivery at


any point in Daytona,


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breeze, Daytona Beach, Or-

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Call Office Phone 128
Mills Transfer 77
Warehouse 60
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SEReleased on Bail.
PTHE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS KINGSTON 1 im Woodward, recently held
SEVERY SATURD without bail to await the result of
T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor KINGSTON, Sept. 22-Wiley injuries received by Jim Davis in a

Melton and family moved Friday of drunken brawl at Blake, was re-
THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY last week from their old home on leased this week on .500, Davis
(INCORPORATED) East Main street to the farm place being out of danger and discharged
---_- west of the railroad, which he pur- from the hospital.
Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. chased from the Bainter estate some A
time ag. A Pleasant Anniversary Surprise.
S- time ago. .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Miss Jessie Pelton, primary A pleasant family reunion oc-
One cop one year 51.50 teacher in the public school for the curred recently at the home of Mr.
One copy months.............. .7 ensuing term, arrived at the Fern- and Mrs Silas Mills. on West Mag-
ne cop three months 40 dale Friday of last week, ready to nolia avenue, the occasion being the
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1909 report for duty Monday morning atanniver asary of the birth of Mrs.
SATURDAY EPTEBR 1909 the opening of school. Mills. A pleasant feature of the
SM Mrs. Fanny Briley, of Oakland, evening was the presentation of a
A OD I BIiT IFla., youngest sister of G. W. Rich beautiful gold watch and chain to
HOLLY HILL of this place, and her daughter, her by the children. The whole
TO PmCE PARK. J Miss Audrey, came Saturday of last affair was a surprise and a pleasant
HOLLY HILL, Sept. 22--Mrs. week for a few days' visit with her one to Mrs. Mills.
Pamquist, of Hallandale, is visiting brother and family. East Coast Prospering.
County Prisoners Now Engaged, her sister, Mrs. Peterson. Miss Marvin Harwell, of Jackson- Eas a i
on Peninsula South of Chas Ballough left Monday for ville, was welcomed back to Kings- R. D Taylor returned last week
t O e. alatka, enroute to Washington, ton Saturday last by her friends at from his trip down the coast, leav-
Port Orag. where he expects to remain until the Ferndale, and is ready to resume ing Mrs. Taylo and the children far
The County convicts, after doing January. her duties in the school room for a longer visit with her parents at
some good road building in and Messrs. Reese and Seney, of Or- another winter. Miami. Mr. Taylor visited nearly
west of Port Orange, were moved lando, are staying with Mr. and Mrs. The game of ball played at Har- all the towns between this city and
across the river to the peninsula Richards. Wednesday they were prison's Park last Thursday between Miami and says that like Daytona
Monday, the 13th inst., where they over at the ocean pie: fishing. New Smyrna and Kingston, resulted they all show evidence of increasing
began work on the Ponce Park road. In the absence of Mr. Richards in another victory for the Kingston prosperity and all asking for men
The first week was spend in grub- Mr. Shafer carried our mail. team, this being five out of six, four to keep pace with the work that is
bing and grading one mile of road The Rev. Mr. Lundaleon, of Hal- against 'New Smyrna and one to be done.
bed, thirty feet wide, from the Port landale, is visiting Mr. Lindquist, against Seabreeze. Te W o t C s .
Orange Bridge north to the Lufbery Mrs' Peterson's father. The Kingston school was for- The Work on the City Island.
property. This is an excellent Our school opened Monday. Mr. mally opened Monday morning with The dredge, Klondike, has been
piece of road work, and does credit Lyle also resumed business at the a fair enrollment; Herbert Chaffer, quite steadily at work during the
to Mr. Swartengreen who is in store where he has school sta- principal and the Misses Marvin week on the excavation of the mina-
charge ot the prisoners. tionery, supplies and candies for the Harwell and Jesse Pelton, assistants. ture lake on the City Island and
On Monday of this week the full little folks. We anticipate for the school a pleas- considerable progress has been
force of hands were put to work Miss May uattlebam left on antandsuccesfulterm. made, but it takes money to keep
south of the bridge, doing work and Sunday for Bulow to be in readiness G. R. Lewis' house on North the improvements moving and ii
making progress. for the school there Monday morning Carswell street is nearing comple- you are interested in this project as
On and near the river bank, where The launches 'Elsie" and "Two tion, and he expects to be able to you should be, and have subscribed
this road is being built, the small Chums" are hauled out on the river move into it within the next few or wish to donate toward the work
oaks and other under growth are bank in readiness to withstand our weeks. call on Alderman E. J. Mills and
very thick, necessitating onsider- usual September storm. Mrs G. R. Lewis and children turn over your money. Don't wail
able work in underbrushing and for him to call on you.
able work in underbrushing and Rev. Rutter will hold services on are visiting her parents, Mr. and for hint to call on you.
e rn i i Sunday at the school house. Mrs. John Yelvington, at Port
The ground is almost a solid mass
of oak roots, with an abundance of W. H. Minton, wife and family, Orange, for a few days. Object Lesson in Advertising.
palmetto, which necessitates solid who have spent several weeks here. The bankrupt sale being conduct-
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grabbing of the road bed. With left Tuesday for Cocoa where they
this part of the work done, the will remain for a time before re-
grading that follows is compara- turning to their home in Palatka.
tively easy. Miss M. Minton and Miss King left
From a short distance south of last week for Palatka.
the Port Orange Bridge the road! J. Minton visited St. Augustine
bed will run for a mile or more Monday.
upon quite an elevation, giving a Miss Martha E. Brown, principal
fine view of Port Orange, of the of our school, speaks very highly of
river, as far as the eye can see, and the excellent order of the building
at times of the ocean itself. land the enthusiasm of the students.
When completed, this will become The first day's attendance showed
one of the most attractive drives an enrollment of 27 in the primary
any where along this section of the room and 1 in the principal's de-
East Coast and will open up the apartment with several more who
Ponce Park light house inlet sec- were vet to take their places in the
tion, which has been so attractive to! school. It is worthy of mention
our winter visitors but so difficult to that the number of boys exceeds the
reach. number of girls which is a rever-
The citizens are lending their as- sal of the usual order. Additional
distance in every way they can to library acconiodations have been
encourage the work and it is hoped made and several fine maps added
by the first of November, or before, to the equipment Miss Brown
to have the road completed to Ponce says, "It is not every neighborhood
Park. That is so alive educationally as
The prisoners are quartered on !yours"
the peninsula in two good, com-
fortable houses, and seem to be in
the best of condition. P
J. L- Prr.L' PORT ORANGE

The Alligators Proved Attractive.
SPPO1T 1' iANG E, Sept 22--Mrs.
J. W. Booth, alias Alligator Jim, Fair came home Saturday, the 11th,
returned Sunday from Easton, Pland she and ler d aghter, Miss
where he had been in charge of pen Maty, hft the following Wednesday
of alligators for Mr. Werner, who o that she e.l begin teaching in
spent last winter in Daytona. Fort Pierce.
Mr. Booth says the alligators Alfred MlcDonaldl came up from
proved a great attraction and suc- Oak Hill 1Wednesday and visited
cess, though some of them died, not Mr. and Mrsr. llardenan and then
being able to stand the change of went on to .laeksoville.
climate. Mr. Booth says he looked 31r. Rolhinson and Frank Mont-
forward each week for the arrival of gomerv drove up from from Oak
the Gazette-News, with its budget Hill last week in an automobile.
of the doings of Daytona. lie will T. 1. Fitzgerald, editor of the
resume his position with the Bing- Gazette-News, drove from Daytona
ham & Maley Furniture Company. Friday on business connected with
his paper.
An Expression of Gratitude. Mrs. A. X. Douglas h-ft Friday
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j. wisu u toUtn ute pope o01 ihay-
tona and vicinity for their liberal
patronage on my opening. The sale
was a grand success and the store
was crowded from early morning
until night It was impossible to
wait on the crowd.


o t ou an u Ks.
We, the Union men of Daytona
and vicinity, wish to extend a vote
of thanks to the speakers, Citizen's
Band, the militia, the Bond Lumber
Co., and the city officials for their
kind assistance to us on Labor Day.
By Order of Central Committee.

Lutz-Seelye Wedding.
Lieutenant Chaa. A. Lutz, U. S.
Marine Corps, and Miss Priscilla
Seelye, of Key West, were warred
the 15th inst at Grace Churce in
New York by the Rev. Willia B.
Eddy.
The young couple are spending
their honeymoon with Dr. Chas. E.
Banks, of the Marine Hospital Ser-
vice at Portland, Maine.

F. A. Root Sells Boats.
F. Root, proprietor of the dry
dock north of the city, this week
sold his fine houseboat, Buckeye,
anl the launch, Truant, to W. H.
Cannon, of New York City, through
Alex. .I. Goode, of Melbourne, at
which place Mr. Cannon has anotht r
boat. Mr. Camnnon and family will
make a two months' cruise aboard
the Buckeye this winter, coming
down in lIeceuiber for that purpose.

Will Visit His Young Mother.
Dr. F. H. Hr.ughton left Thursday
afternoon for New York enroute to
Williamstonn, Mass, to visit his
mother, Mrs. .Mary A. Houghton,
who, as the doctor puts it, is a little
younger than he is. Mrs. Hough-
ton, who is 9) years of age, is as
agile as a girl, reads the newspaper
faithfully and keeps posted on the
general topics of the day. Dr.
Houghton expects also to visit
Boston and Brattleborn, Vt., and
take a trip to Ohio before returning.
' He will he gone three or four weeks.


lur ,Uondrol for a vis a ist it. l rimrI


McDonald, where she hald ben vias-
iting before coming to Port Orange. Bridge Was Down.
Miss Laura Butler has returned P. J. Hawley, having a couple of
home from a visit to laeLani,. plastering contracts at Port Orange,
Miss May Milburn and Aiss started for that settlement early
Jessie Dupont left Wednesday for Wednesday morning with twoI


ed by A. S. Allan in the Moore Bros.
Co. store is an bjcct lesson on the
value of advertising. People were
waiting eagerly for the opening day
last Saturday, and the store was so
crowded with buyers on that and
the following days that some people
were actually discouraged at the
prospect of trying to purchase
goods, although as large a force of
clerks was employed as could
properly be used. People from the


Will Report Later.
The committee of the City Coun-
cil, appointed to investigate the
matter of awarding the contract for
the building of the new school
house, met and listened to the ex
planation of the school board on the
subject, after which they adjourned
to make a report later to the council.


An Old Model.
Ralph Lapp, employed at Dunn
Bros., has a bicycle, safety patterr,
that is of the vintage of 1880, and
while it looks somewhat antiquated
is in good order and as easy riding
he claims as an up to date model.
It bears the name, Bowns Aeolus,
and was manufactured by the Over-
man Wheel Co., of Boston, Mass.

Adjourned to Next Wednesday.
Owing to the rather limited at-
tendance at the annual meeting of
the Daytona Truck and Fruit Grow-
ers' Association, held Wednesday
night at the City Hall, the said
meeting was adjourned to Wednes-
day of next week, the place of meet-
ing to be the Norman S. Dayton real
estate office, and it is hoped the
members will make it a point to be
present and hear something to their
interest.

Waterworks Completed.
There is a good natured and
rather laudable rivalry for the posi-
tion of o. I in the list of applica-
tions for city water, with at least
two applicants for that honor,
one of them being Staples & Cut-
ten, who state that they secured the
first paid application for Mrs. F. M.
Davidson, and Joseph Osborne, who
states that he made the first applica-
tion and his tap, the first made,
gives him the place of number one.
There is plenty of water to go
round, however, and no one need
feel slighted because he failed to
secure the first place on the list.
The tank is now filled with water,
ready at all times for file or other
purposes. In fact, the waterworks
are completed and ready for usemg

Lofty.
Of the two celebrated IbrrnUiera. Bal-
four and Ersklne. the former's style
was gorgeously verbose, while the lat-
ter's, on the contrary, was crisp and
vigorous. CQming into court one day.
Erskine noticed that Balfour's ankle
was bandaged. "Why. what's the mat-
ter?" asked lrkhtne. Instead of reply-
ing, "I fell from a gate," Balfour an-


surrounding territory who had not swered in his usual roundabout way.
been in Daytona for years were "1 was taking a romantic ramble tIn ay
drawn to the ciy by te enticing brother's garden." he said. -'and cn
drawn to the city by the enticing coming to a gate I discovered that I
advertising done bly Mr. Allan had to climb over it, by which I came
previous to the sale. Into contact with the first bar and
grtad the epidernmi of my leg, whi.-h
has caused a slight extravasation of
the ood."' "'You may thank your
Inlet Day. lacky stars." replied Erskine. "that
your brother's gate was not as lofty :s
Notwithstanding that tie excur- your style or you would have broken
sion to Jacksonville drew many your nUok.I
I)aytonians in that direction Thurs- Minutes and Second..
day quite a number made their wayv At least tweunt-five centuries Ief.re
Christ the Babylonians uscd a sP-: N
to New Smyrna to witness the tcelh- gesiail system of notation, c ,uslig
bration of Inlet I)ay, mo-t of them of sari and sossi, of whiih we have
going vehicle, some by bt vestiges when we reckon 4) min-
goi, s e utes to the hour and <0 seconds to
train, the otinute, or 3.000 se-ounds- that i-.
The speakers of the forenoon were a saros of sossi-to the hour. That \e
Th ,s. E. iltudington and ex-Gov-j count 12 inches to the foot. 24 hurrs tr,
Sthe day. 348J degrees of louukitud1lt-
ernor Broward. followed in the af- aro,.d the equator. 90 degrees of labii-
ternoon bly Hon. .1. E. Alexander tude from the equator to the poles ard
and Judge J. Lee McCrory, of De- 6o nli les to a degree may also ik traced
.to the same duodecImal Babyloulan
Land, Mr. Galbreath, of New system of numeration, whic-h original-
Smvrna and C. F. Burgmnan, of Sea- ly re. koned 60 shekels to the mllma nd
breeze. i 60 muilas to the talent. All these num-
.. bers are factors or multiples of the
There was a fair attendance, the aros, or 00. Our measures of time,
day was fair throughout, a bounti- i money, of linear and angular space
ful supply of fish, clam chowder and! are nll derived from the Greeks. who
obtained them from the Babylonians,
fried lish was served at the noon probably through the Phoenicians-
hour for the refreshment of those Wasted Opprtunitie.
present. j The view of the proper uses to which
--_ money may be applied depends wholly
Supon the individual. There are many
Death of J. U. Bast. jwho will see nothing funny In the old
Jery G. Bt, 61 man's comment on the uses a departed
Jerry G. Bast, 61 years o age, relative had made of her property.
died Tuesday at the Daytona ilos-i I dumno what good Elizabeth's
pital and Sanitarium, where he had ',oUey ever done her," said Mr. Sage
Feflet'tively. "She spent It all; give
been a patient for several weeks, et away "She spent it alnd b te
It away here and there and bought
Suffering from blood poison. things with St.
Halifax Iodge No. 81, F. & A. M, "No. ir." he continued, "it wa'n't
Took charge of the remains. which PIuch good tQ her. She didn't leave a
cent.'-'Yopths Companlion.
were interred in the Masonic lot atmp .
Pinewood cemetery, the funeral
taking place from Bingham & ,T T I T .T. f


'Maley's undertaking parlors Wed-


T %F8r %


The Pig In Water.
or pigs it is commonly reported that
so queerly fashioned are they that If :
they attempt to swim they cut their
throats with their fore feet. but this is
only an old wife's fable. Whether
wild or tame, they are all good swim-
mers, though, owing to the shortness
of their legs, they just touch their
throats with their fore feet and beat,
the water very high. Many of the is I
lands of the southern seas are now in-
habited by 'ild pigs. whi.-h are the
descendants of those which have swum
ashore, sometimes great distances, from
wrecked vessels. -P'earson's Weekly.
Greatness is tih. ability to meet the,
jnexIteted.-Sto)welln.


MASOPIC 9nWiuw.
-Mes ias uaaSneadbmmraid .
ATLFIAX -IJUAPYM Re. i. L A. ILA
0RI3NALCGKU*NfflMY.N*.,,Lt.
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All meet Ina Mme n&M E W ,

A. GOODWIN
Practcal
Mattress Maker
Mnttressm" Remade With oane. Eggs
(Vusbhions made toorder.
Khop on N. Becwh Ft. near Robertox
Blucksamitha5,lap.

A POSTAL CARD


-- to M. H. Zuber, Daytona, wI

GO TO THE RESCUE. brig yo a strand of yelw
pine stove wood for $225,
or oak at $2.50. 16-3m
Don't Wait Till it's Too Late-Follow
the Example of a Daytona p Tohe Re.
citizen. a I
Ie.-ti(- thli aching l;nhak.
If it l.w ..sf oin ;. hilung. rouil.l c-ni s.
a;,':wl is kidn-v-y v -h,.
if 'on ni lert tli. kih-.eys vv arnuig, k
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oOli.itantly and as at ilot s t!i k< a u a w
how i)o ritd s-li )f io. .le. I rOn w On*-display.
tinally re.lad alrctt l.,:a'-.s Kuln'-y Pills
Un1i -cai!ii at ti tryat u. I pro.M re Dont fai to try
a ixi aIt Hiankimn drt" -tee- I son -m I
felt lik a; cliiffer.nr pe-rsu :aan ;am ,i, nowth
inll Ilt.-r health than I have IMwen for a the
long tiume. It wvouldl Ile inil,.ssile, for
me to Uo an'- Kidney Pills."
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole i ua y
agent. for the United States. The Furniture
Remember the nare--Doan'--and
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*The keynote of ourcontinually in-
creasing business is confidence. We
have earned the confidence of our
customers by courteous treatment
and upright dealing. A worJ to
the wise is sufficient. Let us be
your jeweler.
L H. Rowy & Co., The Jewelers.

Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Ellsworth
were Daytona visitors from Ormond
Monday afternoon.
Percy C. Rodgers is enjoying a
two weeks' vacation, most of which
he will spend at Jacksonvil'e.
Albartus Hankins returned Sun-
day night from Bartow where he
had been visiting with relatives.
.: You are always sure of a cordial
welcome at the Rankrupt Sale.


Neville Dickinson came over from
DeLand Monday afternoon for a
visit with I. M. Mabbette and family.
Miss lanthe Bond went to Fort
Pierce Friday afternoon of last week
where she will again teach in the
public school this year.
C.D. Smiley and family have
moved into the house on Bay street
recently purchased by Miss Turner
from Mrs. J. B. Dunagan.
*Phone 28 will call for your clean
ing and pressing. 0. S. Burnett.tf
Mrs. Wm. Jackson, her daughter,
Miss Madaline and sister, Miss
Esther Maley, returned from Hen-
dersonville, N. C., last Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Sengstak
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Martha Amy, to John
James Baird, of Edinburgh, Scot-
. land.


*FOR SALE-Pony and rig.
dress Box 147.


Ad-
tf


W. D. Haynes, one of the leading
merchants of DeLand, spent Sun-
day with his family, who are occu-
pying the Stewart cottage on the
beach.
Miss Mayme Glenn left Monday
afternoon for DeLand, where she
will be the guest of her sister, Mrs.
S. S. Shoemaker, and family for
about two weeks.
Now is your time to buy shoes
at the Bankrupt Sale.
Mrs. Bart Martindale and chil-
dren, of Woodstock, Ill., are recent
arrivals at Seabreeze. They expect
to make their home with Mrs. B. F.
Martindale in that town.
. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Colby were
in the city Monday transacting some
business, driving down from Or-
mond on this occasion instead of
making the trip by boat.


IAway on'vacation. Office closed
until Oct. 20 th.
DR. F. II. lHOI, ;IITN.
Mrs. Osie Crenshaw and daugh-
tpl, Miss Arlne, returned Sunday
afternoon from Jacksonville, where
they they had been visiting with
friends for a couple of weeks.
Mrs. W. C. Howes returned to
Port Orange Supday afternoon ac-
companied by Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Carter, with whom she had been
visiting and who remained with Mr.
and Mrs. Howes during the evening,
Collars 2 cents, all style of shirts
10 cents, with work left and called
for at Daytona Steam Laundry. tf I
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Kittridge ar-
ived Saturday afternoon from Mil-
ford, N. H., and on Monday took
posseaeion of their cottage at Sea-
breeze, which they had built last
spring ready for their occupancy
th;s winter.
SIt is reported that Mrs. C. A. El-
flnwood was recently married to
Mir. Beanett, of Milford, N. HI., who
3pant last season at the Troy Iouse
tad that the bridal couple are on
- their way to Daytona and will prob-
ably arrive today.
Bauy your towels, bed spreads,


-.. "~usu uI DuRrInwa rings, w. u. Lumpin reiurnea rues-
turquoise, amethyst, black opal and day from a week's visit at Tampa.
many others in novelty stones at Mrs. C. L. Harvey and little son
lower prices than ever before, returned Tuesday from a visit at
Geo. H Clark, Jeweler. Fort White.


R. L. Smith made a business
to Sanford Saturday returning
forepart of the week.
Dr. Josie M. Rogers left for
North last week to enjoy a
weeks' vacation in Wisconsin.


trip
the

the
few


"It's on-the Bankrupt Sale.
James Carnell and his son, Fred,-
were Daytona visitors Monday, com-
ing down from Ormond by boa9.
M. I. Trowell, C. C. Barnes' right
hand man at the Novelty Store, was
a Fort Pierce visitor from Friday of
last week until Monday.
%New shipment of Ferry's seeds
at Young's Pharmacy.
Miss Ruth Coates, of Daytona
Beach, visited with Miss Martha
Fox, of Sanford, from Friday of last
week until Monday or Tuesday of
this week.
Miss Mary Stones went to New
Smyrna Friday afternoon of last
week to prepare to again take up
her duties as teacher in the public
school at that place.
*Pearl Grit Artificial Stone Co.
sells brick at $8 per 1,000. tf
Miss Clare Wilkinson returned
last Saturday from New York, where
she has been studying art during
the summer, and is again, teaching
latin and drawing in the public
school.
J. B. Dunagan arrived in the city
last Sunday and departed with Mrs.
Dunagan and little daughter, Wed-
nesday morning for Jacksonville
where they will in the future make
their home.
Now is the time to buy your fall
dresses for the little ones. The
finest line of new gingham at Allan's
H.S. Walker, of New Smyrna,
who some time ago filed a petition
in voluntary bankruptcy, has been
adjudged a bankrupt. The first
meeting of the creditors was held in
Jacksonville last Saturday.
M. Neenan, who has been at
Holly Hill for the past two weeks on
sick leave from Dupont, is enough
improved to get out doors and ex-
pects soon to be able soon to re-
sume his position at Dupont.
"5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any
case of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
45-3mos


Miss Ruth Bond returned Friday
afternoon of last week from her sum-
mer's visit with Miss Queenie Mc-
Fadden, at Tybee, Ga. Miss Mc-
Fadden will accompany her father
to Daytona sometime in October.
The rumor, afloat the forepart of
the week of the burning of the
Bunch cottage at Daytona Beach,
proved without foundation. There
was a small brush fire but this was
not even in the vicinity of the cot-


Mrs. J. W. Reilly returned Tues-
day afternoon from a two months'
visit with relatives at Tampa.
+Many bargains left at the Bank-
rupt Sale. It's Allan's way.
Gee. P. Johnson is again at home
at Daytona Beach, having returned
Monday from a visit of two weeks
or more with relatives at Atlanta.
~"The J. K. Maley cottage on South
Beach street has been rented
through the Bingham & Thompson
Agency to Edward A. Pennymanl
of New York City, who will occupy
it with his family this winter.
-Try the Pearl Grit Pressed brick.
Cor. of Pine and Earl Sts.,
tf Seabreeze, Fla.
Mrs. W. E. French and daughter,
Miss Thelma, returned to Daytona
last week to be in readiness for the
opening of school. Dr. French is
in Walpole, N. H, but will probably
reach Daytona some time next week.
The Daytona Dramatic Organiza-
tion of Amateurs is busy rehearsing
for their next play which will be
given at the Opera House, Thurs-
day3 Oct. 14. The older members
only of the society will take part in
"At Yale," the greatest of all college
plays.
'Remember the Bankrupt Sale is
still on at Allan's, Moore Bros.' old
stand.
Commodore J. HI. Allen, of Allen-
hurst, came up from that place
Friday of last week, and on Sunday
went to Jacksonville, accompanied
by Geo. F. Smith, of this place.
'hey returned Tuesday evening,
Mr. Allen goina-on to Allenhurst
Wednesday afternoon.
Dr. Geo. E. Walton has sold his
lot on Palmetto avenue, between Ivy
Lane and Magnolia avenue, to W.
II. Gardiner, proprietor of the Gar-
diner Art Store. This is a fine lot
in an excellent location and Mr.
Gardiner has evidently purchased
it for the purpose of erecting a
winter residence.
*Pearl Grit Artifical Stone Co.
Seabreeze, Fla., makes all kinds of
cement work. If you contemplate
building see them. tf

Our old friend, Col. Conrad Stu-
benbord, of Coney Island, N. Y.,
who owns a beautiful winter home
on North Ridgewood, was honored
by the selection as Grand Marshal
of the Coney Island Mardi Gras
parade. Col. Stubenbord would
lend dignity and honor to the
office and no doubt filled the posi-
tion with due credit.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Payne, of Du-
pont, who were with Mrs. Geo. J.
Vande Vord on West X'olpsia
avenue, from Thursday until Satur-
day of last week, departed the last


tage. -7-.;' .
ta. named day, Mrs. Payue going to
$1 have attended pa my sales but Lakelnad 4nd Mr. |Payue to Hazel-
never fouud better values than at dale, Ill., to visit his mother. Mr.
the Bankrupt Saile conducted| by A. Payne is on a month's vacation from
S. Allan. his duties as telegraph operator at
Mrs. Bargain Hunter, DupoNt.
F. Shultz was in the city from :I-Take a day off and come to Day-
Saturday until Monday to meet T,. tona- You will have a good time
A. Snider, whose place at lHole and save money by attending the
Sound lie is in charge of. Mr. Bankrupt Sale,
Schultz owns a rosideince property T. A. Snider arrived fro Cin-
on West Volusia avenue in thi.
Scipnati Sunday night to inspect the
city. group of California bungalows re-
Mrs. W. W. Foltz and daughter, cently erected for him by S. H.


Miss Antoinette, returned Sunday
night from their summer's visit at
Chicago and Racine, Wis. Mr.
Foltz and Benjamin are still in Chi-
cago, but will return to Daytona
sometime in November.
You save $2 per M by using home
brick. Pearl Grit Artificial Stone Co.,


Gove. lie was greatly pleased with
the appearance of the cottages and
while here was a guest of S. IH.
Gove and wife. IHe departed again
Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Hrris,
friends of Mr. Snider from Walton,
joined him here Tuesday night and
accompanied him North.


miss tutn Coates returned to her
home at Daytona Beach Tuesday
after a visit with friends at Sanford.
A. 11. Harrison was a St. Augus-
tine visitor Thursday and brought
back the where-with-all to prove it.
D. P. Smith drove up from New
Smyrna in his car Monday afternoon
accompanied by Capt. F. W. Sams,
Pat Same and Leo Fishel.
tThe busiest store in town be-
cause we have the values. It's Al-
lan's way.


The First Baptist church and
parsonageisreceiving a new coat
of paint.
Miss Madalene Jackson has re-
sumed her position in Clark's sta-
tionery store.
A. Budgen returned to Seabreeze
Wednesday from a visit to his
former home in Lake county.
Rev. and Mrs. A. L. Abercrombie
returned to the city yesterday from
a three months' sojourn on the
ocean beach.


"Dad" Matthews was a New i Mrs. Gee. Bartholemew arrived
Smyrna visitor Thursday going from Lake Helen Wednesday to
down to take in the Inlet Day Cele- visit with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wray
bration and see what was doing. until Monday.
C-Miss Jennie Morrell returned last Sheriff E. I. Smith came over
Saturday from her vacation spent at from DeLand Thursday afternoon.
Atlanta and Demorest, Ga., to re- The sheriff says business in his line
sume her position in the Daytona is very quietat present.
public school. u a
I Mrs. W. P. Watson, of Orlando,
Seabrook Sams, of Courtenay, arrived in the city Thursday for a
Merritt's Island, was in the city, visit of a week or more with Mrs. C.
Wednesday attending the funeral of HI. Abbott on Bay street.
J. G. Bast, who was for many years G. H. Clark, who returned recent-
located at Titusville.
ly from New York earlier than he
C. R. M. Sheppard's mother and .had intended because of illness, con-
sister, who have been visiting with tinues to improve very satisfactorily.
Mr. and Mrs. Sheppard for the J. G. diner is spending a
past three weeks, left Thursday eek or more at his home on Ridge-
morning for their home at Ocala. week or ore at his home on Ridge-
wood avenue, Holly Hill, having ar-
Joseph Osborne, who brought rived from Jacksonville last Satur-
back with him from Palatkaa strong day
colony of malarial fever germs and:
was laid up by them several days -A full and complete line of sta-
last week, is again around and fee'- tioneryat all times, also all the
ing all right. 1 test books.
Clark's Stationery Store.
Miss Thelma lires, a niece of The
Mrs. Joseph Osborne, who has been: TheLadies Aid Society of the
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Osborne First M. E. Church held a pleasant
and successful lawn fete on the
for the past week or ten nays, re- ands wcet of the church Mon th
turned to her home at Palatka Tues- grounds west of the church Monday
day afternoon, evening.
Ss Dr. Neville H. Clark expects to go
Mrs. F. G. Goddard and sister,
Miss Goodall, returned to Daytonato Jacksonville Monday to attend
a meeting of the examining board
last Tuesday and are at present at a meeting ea inning board
The Troy, awaiting the opening fthe tateOp tal to be
of The Howard, where they will held in that city.
spend the winter. Miss Eliza Orton, who has been
E. L. Shear, of the firm of Melton visiting her sister, Mrs. Fred Cald-
& Shear, brought down from the St. well, and family on First avenue,
Augustine canal last Saturday three returned to her home at Mt Dora
large lighter loads of rock to be Thursday afternoon.
used in the walls of the approach to S. E. Gilmore's friends and ac-
the Public Library. ,quaintances will regret to learn
Mrs. Ida M. Niver and son, Mor- that he was stricken with paralysis
ris, and Mrs. Winm. Atwood left Tuesday night of this week and was
Thursday morning, Morris to enter brought to his home at Seabreeze
school at Pinehurst and Mrs. Niver Wednesday in quite a serious con-
and Mrs. Atwood to spend a month edition.
or more at Exeter, N'eb.
or more at Exeter, Neb. A letter of interest to all vegetable
Postmaster and Mrs. W. growers of this vicinity and partic-
Smith, Mrs. T. O. Melton and Mrs. ularly members of the Daytona
Melton's cousin, Miss Gertrude Truck and Fruit Growers Associa-
Turner, formed a pleasant party on tion, as it deals with freight over-
an excursion up the Tomoka river charges of last season, will be pub-
Thursday, aboard Percy lodgerh' listed next week.
boat, the Ruth R.
W. M. Hankins this week in- Among others from Daytona at-
stalled a couple of attractive display tending the Inlet Day celebration
cases for the purpose of putting at New Smyrna Thursday, were
before his patrons cenfeetions and Mayor E. W. Greene, W. O. Lump-
fancy articles while they are enjoy- kin, Albert and Clarence Bennett,
ing cool beverages and ices at the Norman S. Dayton, W. H. Edmond-
Atwood Pharmacy. D. D. and C. M. Rogers.
R. D. Taylor and Ralph Foriw The lDaytona public schools
made a business trip to ('ocoa and openedd Monday morning with an
Titusville Thursday, expect ting to enrollment of -19O in the regular
return today. They have estab- grades and eighteen in the kinder-
lished a branch of their electrical arten. This is somewhat better
business at the latter place, in than than last year and will be in-
charge of Frank Skill. creased very materially as the winter
Mrs. Tancre, who stopped over in residents come in
this city some two weeks or more.
ago on her way front Aukotna to The Misses Kathleen and Betty
Jacksonville and has been visiting i, tarterman, of Miami, arrived in
her sister, Mrs. Pratt, on Bay street, the city Thursday afternoon for a
continued her journey to Jackson- visit with their uncle and aunt. Mr.
ville Thursday afternoon. and Mrs. J. T. Dunn on Iay street.


Owing to the critical illness of the
father of Principal Smith of the
New Smyrna public school the op-
ening of the school was deferred
for a week and the Misses Mary
Stones and Lucile Patton came up
from New Smyrna Monday and re-
mained until the latter part of the
week.


tf Seabreeze, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Claude E. Rhodes,
rDr. W. A. Gove is esit;blishedl in
iss Anna Pek, ho had been of Cory, Pa., arrived in the city Dr. W. A. Gove is established lin
Miss Anna Peck, who had been his new office recently erected on
visiting with her rents, r. and Sunday night for a brief visit with hisnew office recently erected on
visiting wither parents. r. an h the northwest corner of the S. H.
Mrs. W. II. Peck, in this city, went Rhes' u .e r esdnce, facing Iithe woo
to Jacksonville Friday of last week family on Fairview avenue. Mr. Gore residence, facing lidgewood
to Jacksonville Friday of last week e He has a very neat and
to spend the balance of her vacation lRhodes is private secretary of Di- avenue. lie has a very neat and
to spend the balance of her vacation inconvenient dental ofice with labra-
with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Amason vision Superintendent Roberts of convenient ental ofice with labra-
before returning M iami. the Pennslvania Railway. r. and tory immediately adjoining in the
before returning to Miami. rear, using one of the main rooms
Mrs. Rhodes expect to leave Monday rear, using one of the nain rmans
*Plank's Chill Tonic for alaaria, and Mr. Rowe and family have been of the residence as a reception room
hills, fever. old and lagrippe 25e doing their best to hw them every Mr and Mrs, F. T. Peck returned


Miss Betty will go on to DeLand to
enter Stetson UIniversity, while Miss
Kathleen will remain for an extend-
ed visit.

Several lighter loads of concrete
blcaks were brought down this
week from Holly Hill, where they
were made by Messrs. Drake and
Shoemaker, and stored in the rear
of the Shoemaker building, just
south of Gille's drug store, which is
to be replace' next summer by a
concrete building.


The excursion to Jacksonville
Thursday over the F. E. C. Ry.,
was largely patronized by the
people of Daytona and vicinity, be-
tween -.25) and :10 taking advantage
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Physician and Surgeon
Special attention to diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose. Offiee
and residence, Magnolia avenue, 3rd
door west of P. 0., telephone 82.
Ofnce bours 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.

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Physician and Surgeon
Assoelated with L.O. (oolv-y, M. D.
fpwitll attention given to dis-ases of
the ,ye. vyet, Nose and Throat. Olllee
hours 7 to 7 a i., I to 4 and 7 to p. m.
DAYTONA. FLA.
M. JOSIE ROOERS, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician
No. 453 North Beach Street.
Office Hours, 12:30 to 2:30 and 6-00
to 7:30.
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Office and residence: 123 So. Ridge-
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as the architecture of one section of the British and German Physique.
country differs from the architecture of Ten niillions of our people inhabit
another so do our homes differ in out- dwellings inferior to the kennels pro-
ward appearance and structural beauty vided for the lhounlds in a well man-
fron one another. There are no nonoto- aged hunt. l'he results of living in
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings dwellings unfit for human habitation
but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated and the prevalence of a dietary scale
to a kaleidoscopic change which kps front which tuglish t meat. bread and
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps milk are excluded are fatal to success-
the mind wondering "What next?" ful rivalry with a virile and healthy
Streets and Pavements the Most and Best. race where agriculture is fostered for
Why the Architect of taie Universe strategical reasons.
choose to give to Daytona the most ad- Having spent hours In watching the
mirable, the most picturesqlue natural arrival of the early'morning trains In
setting of all the cities of the South is Berlin and lamburg. I amappaled
not revealed but that such is a fact with the contrast between the vigor-
not revealed but that such is a factwell setp. broad cheated and
ous antd well set- np. heroiad chested and
ust be apparent to the most superficial healthy looking clerks. brawny shop-
observer. With such lavish wealth of men and stalwart lahorers on the oth-
natural beauty it became an easy thing er side of the North sea and the chalm-
for the hand of man to give the little pague shouldered. cow hocked. pigeon
finishing touches which have brought chested. lack luster trainfuls of men
out the colors atnd outlines of the big of the e sa' classes landed at Liver-
picture, pool street. Vic-toria and ('haring Cross.
pictu-r. -Arnold White in London World.
Man did all this in the laying out of
the streets with their wide margins of He Studied It.
parkage, the entire city becomes a I. Ri .ir iHaggard in "A Winter Pil-
great park grimnage" tells this atneodote:
And as for pavements, pavementts "When I was a 'soaring buanu boy'
that look and act like granite.-whelr my father tlk lime up the Rhinee by
else between the eastern and western boat with he hope and exlpetation
seas are so mnany miles in proportion to that mny mlilnd would be improved by
as ar s m. mil. i proportcontem platini- its lovely and historic
inhabitants? Till some unheard-of nteul. ai ts i ly td history
nherd-o bautks. \Ve:lrviy of Ihis feast v'ery
place reports more and better. Daytona soon. i .lilt o d fwn to the cabin to
throws down the gauntlet to the world. enjoy ollie t',. t-cll. neni:ll. that of 'Iob-
Squirrels. Flowers. Birds and Fruits. Inson (ru:o,.' Hiut some family trai-
Whatever one's shortcomings and tor betrayedli me. an d. protest iia even
however indiflerent or evec callous one with tears that hated iews. I was
may he to lany things, the mere men- dragged to the deck n'arain. *' have
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds and paid i thalers.' shouted niy justly in-
ruits" will send a thrill that is reflected dignt parenirt as lie hauled ite up
in distended pupils and pricked ears. the steamnir sllirs. *for you to study
the Rhiiie -eliery, Ianid. whether you
For every visitor with a spare "'rt~k the Rhite s-enery. ad, whether you
For ever visitor with a like t or not. oun an, study it you
ber" there is a bunny ready to come out shall.'"
and accept your gift. He will sit bolt- -
upright and gnaw into the meat, casting Much Married.
furtive, saucy glances at you meanwhile. The followiln4, taken from "Evelyn's
Flowers! Usually fresh and blooming )iary." refers to a tDutchwoman who
lived in the seventeenth century: "To-
the year 'round. In one yard roses of, awards i Ie senteen st I returnly: to
wards lat' en'id of August I returned to
variagated hues predominate, another llaarlemn. 'ThI'y slowed us. a cottage
has a penchant for the poinsettia aind where, they told us. dwelt a woman
the premisesar ar llaie; another is hid- who had been married to her twenty-
den in a jungle of tall cane. fifth husha:nd and. beilni now a wilow.
The birds flit in, and with their joyous was prohibited to marry in the future.
notes help to give fullness and svmnme- yet it could rot be proved that she
try to the picture. had ever tmadle away with any of her
husbands, though the suspicion* had
As for fruits. choice citrus fruits, Day- husbands. though the suspicion l had
Brought her divers times into trouble."
tons yields thie palm to none for quality i
and quantity per acre. There are scores Spiteful.
of citrus groves in proximity to the city, Dear Creature (speaIking metaphoric-
branches bending to the earth with their ally)-That absurd Maud Forsyth can't
burdens of luscious golden globes. see an inch beyond her nose.
The Fastest Auto And The Finest ut. The Other Dear Creature (speaking
spitefully)-Perb.ips she is dazzled by
Here is where world's records for speed its brilliance.


'Fine bird,' I said.
'Yes. sir. fine bird.' and he went on
working.
-'Enjoy eating him. 'Thurhber
"He waited a minute. and then he
said: 'Well. sir, I guess they didn't
cook him right at my house. They
cooked him only two days.' And he
went on working without cracking a
smile."

Edible Flowers of India.
Many edible flowers, it appears, are
to be found nl India. One of the most
appreciated grows on a tree about
which we have very little information.
but which in the country itself Is
named the "mhowad." The natives
consume an enormous number of these
flowers, whose Iale yellow corolla are
pulpy and thick, and they prepare
them lu various ways.
When they are fresh they are put in
cakes, to which they give a sweet
flavor, but they are more especially
used for making bread after they have
been dried and reduced to flour. By
allowing them to ferment a kind of
wine is produced, and by distilling
them a brandy la obtained of which
the Hindoos are very fond.-Vulgarisa-
tion Scientifique.


A Dandy of 1770.
From an English newspaper printed
In the year 1777 is the following de-
scription of a dandy: "A few days ago
I a macaroni made his appearance in
Sthe assembly rooms at Whitehaven.
dressed in a mixed silk coat, pink satin
waistcoat and breeches covered with
an elegant silk net. white silk stock-
ings with pink clocks, pink satin shoes
and large pearl buttons, a mushroom
colored stock covered with flue polht
lace, hair dressed remarkably high and
stuck full of pearl pins."

Utter Contempt.
"I s'pose you wouldn't marry me it
I were the only man on earth?"
"I wouldn't even be engaged to you."
responded the girl, "if you were the
only man at a summer resort."- Louls-
Ville Courter-Journal.

And the Parson Passed On.
"And what are you here for, my
friend?" asked the visiting parson of
an lamate of a reformatory.
"'Cause 1 can't get out, thank you."
replied the victim.-Ladles' Home Joqr-
nal.

Lets of Company.
Stranger-You must find it very
lonely on these hills. Shepherd-Lone-
ly! No. I don't. Why. there was a
man an' a 'uss passed yesterday, an'
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A Kewn O Nrver.
Ethe, aged three, had been to visit
her coutsis. two fun loving and romi-
Ing boys. She had climbed upon lier
father's knee and was telling hiln of
her visit. "Papa. every night Johl 4
and (eorge say their prayer thry -.'-k
God to make them g,~od I.'ys." s.til
she.
'That is ui,-e." said Ipa;,a.
Then. thinking s.ol-riy for a f:-w rii;
utes, she said. "IHe aii.ft doiw* it yet."
Dllnontnr.


e Moden PURVEYORS TO ROYALTY. THE PRICE OF GENIUS.
T e Their Signs Constitute One of t. What it Meanto Man to Be.a Pioneer
Sights of London. I in Thought.

Seven Wonders The American in London, on his frat To be a pioneer in thought is to
visit to that marvelous city. is struck stand alone with nature, not for a few
by the number of signs over shops minutes, but for life. The tiolatenes
MDytona'slacomparableOceanBeach. with the royal arms painted thereon (,f the few great minds of each gen- t
One of Daytona F crowning glori s is and announcing that the tradesman eration of men is utterly undreamed
her incomparable beach. No one who is a purveyor to their majeatles. Yet. of, for want of understanding. by
ever set foot upon its smooth, packedwhen the matter is sifted, the number those about them. Yet think what
r sands; no one who ever peaed a bi- is not so large. t is to pas one's days in a thought
hands; no one who ever pedaledOffically. according to the London world where the thinker roams alone;
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever News, there are about t20 tradesmen to grapple with problems the very
drove a prancing pair of horses and list- In London who hold the rayal warrant terms of which are beyond ordinary
ened to the popping of their steel .hoes and are entitled to use the royal arms comprehension and the solution appre-
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one, as a shop sign, with the anciompanying elated only In years to come; to con-
who ever steered a high-power automo words. "By royal appointmentt" The template in lonely ecstasy, after still
bile down the broad stretch of wave- royal warrant has to be received. lonelier despair, the revelation that
washed and surf-packed sand but real- signed and sealed in due form: other- I comes with months and more of pon-
ized that it is a world-beater, a world- wise. If a tradesunau styles himself a during. When soei one asked New-
wonder. Go stand upon this wir purveyor to a member of the royal ton how he came to make his wonder-
spwonder. setad upn this wol family without this formal ptermiissiou. ful discoveries he replied. "Simply by
speedway and see the happy souls it he Is guilty of an offense whvh is always thinking about them." Consid-
by in joyous mood, and answer whether punishable by a file not exce'diing er Kepler tolling year after year fruit-
this is not one of the seven mod.'rn 20. Moreover. he is liable to :i simi- lessly for some ratio that should link
wonders. lar fine if lie uses arins so :ntv:irly re- the planet's motions by a general law.
The Plcdd. Pellucid Halifax River. sembling ill rcy:il arimis :is to leid calculating assiduously and putting.
Where think you is water with more people to believe tlat; lie is ;carrying on hypothesis after hypothesis aside as be
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a his busities under I ie authority of ; found it would not work until at last
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta- royaly.4-v ral ila-.la.es hliae .cur- after almost Inconceivable toll. he hit
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta. .,fr t f thse ,al- upn he l one t would
tion, artistic cottages with roomy e-red of thettir,-tnt-tt itf these lenal- nupon the one that would.
tion, artisting cottages with roomy ties. As If this loneliness by nature were
randa's looking out upon her bosom, lh warrants arc .exhibitel in the not enough, it must needs be accen-
gamey food fishes in countless numbers shop wiildw. hn:i.ltld y the royal tuated by man, for he rises in such
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod arms alndl Ihe,.;rir_ ithe signatulre oif cases in chorus to condemn. Consider
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck ti. lor ,-I,;M t liit. t .j rollerr Darwin. in patient study, testing the
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,, of the rlat, h,,l-iehoid. the treasurer working out of natural selection and
which sit about as if for the sport of of the later. or bobbing upon her waves; watch that hrs e. l. ac..vtrdi,,g to the ircum- whole denounced as ridiculously ab
lubberly old white headed ptlican pcu"h stances. surd. Think you the devinelatiosr of
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk str-g- N the master while living are wholly
gling upward with his floundering load SMOKING A PIPE. compensated by the plaudits after he
ging upward with his floundering ldM is dead? The loneliness of greatness
he snatched from the water. Is Said to Give the Face a Square is the price men make the genius
See the beautiful launches, spick and Jawed Effect. pay for posthumous renown.-Percival
span, their hampers and lockers bulging "There is one question 1 always ask Lowell In Atlantic.
with refreshments both solid an i liquid, a man who wants a job." remarked
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful the business# man who has to hire sev- THE COOK'S FAULT.
surface. Take out your field glass and eral hundred men for different posi- ---- -
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to tons each year. No Wonder the Bird Was Not Tender
Ponce Park light house, then say "The question I always ask them is. When Served.
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of 'Do you smoke a pipe much'. Of One of the most annoying things
n course the answers are various. Some about swans Is that they lire to an
beauty nd a joy forever, nd one of them smoke a Iipe a great deal and extremely great age and that it is
the modern wonders. others not at'all. Impossible for the ordnluary observer
The Enchantingly Plcturesque Ridgewood. "Why do I ask about the liie'? Well. to guess what their years may be.
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of not that I have the least interest In President Grover Cleveland once had
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies, their habits or that I have any preju- an amusing experience with some
and the wide-spreading branches of dice one way or another in the mat- swans, according to a writer in the
andthe wi-spred live-oaks extendch their ter. Te reasons that I want to merican Magazine. He had been n
eavy-trund livoas extend their no whether the formation oftheir the south shooting and brought home
giant arms across this magnificent vista, lower jaws is natural or acquired. a number of wild swans, one of which
forming an arch, and from these extend- "A man with a tirmi lower jaw is al- he sent to each member of his cabl-
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss ways a man of parts and of will. I net and to some other associates.
sway as the trade winds from tropicseas say 'always'-anyway. most always. If "All the boys." said Mr. Cleveland.
fan them. Looking straight ahead dowr he does not smoke a pipe his square "thanked "me politely for having re-
this white shell street one has the im- aw. back near whllere it hinges on to membered them, but none of them
pression of a fairy path with clfi-h dra- the upper one. is natural. If he is a seemed to have much to say atbot
peries, but as you move along and cast pipe smoker the ooks are deceiving, how they enjoyed the birds.
series but as you move along and ct and I hae to judge his caliber some "Carlisle, I found, bad his cooked
an ee fit to the right and then to the other way. on a night when he was dining out.
left you see distinguished cottage homes "I'ipe smokers always hare strong Another, when I asked him. said he
in the most delightful settings. muscles back on the face about the hoped I wouldn't mind. but he had
Harpasaing Beauty otOur Cottage Homes. place a man stops when he makes the sent his home to his old mother. Thur-
o oe o D s a first stroke downward in sharing. er didn't mention his bird at all for
No one of Daytona s attractions, per- These are the mnislcs that hold the two days. Finally I asked him about
haps. commands more nearly universal jaws tte.the-r. They often .give a
attention and praise than does the artis- square jawed effect to a man who "'Thurber. did you get that swan,
tic cottage. The owners of thesecharm- hasn't any sliu:are jaw characteristics. all right?'
ing villas hail from every corner of the My men think I ask funny questions. "'Yes, sir-oh, yes. I got the swan
country and they bring their own arehi- but there's a reason." -New York all right, thank you,' and he bent over
*t -... lI ... a ..; .ild ur, on themti aTd i Time(s. his dek and s seemed very blusy.


YOUNG DUCKS.

They Hove No Instinctive Impulse to
Enter the Water.
It has turned out. under the search
ng experimentation of recent years.
:hat twuch that we have supposed to
be instinct In animals is not instinct
at all For example. the young duck
proves to have no instinctive impulse
to enter the water, does not recognize
the element by sight and Is. In short.
In precisely the same situation as a
chick until, by happy chance, it gets
Its legs wet. Wet legs. however, and
the lift of the water on the body at
once start up the swimming reaction.
and away sails the duckling, as chick-


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NGRAVW D CARDS. mNVitATIONS. ?mOK.LT
TATIONERY ETC. Maybe lft wih w us,
arok wheft corieted wi mariO the ur ars aertk*W4m i a- --w-mm
Went offtl most discrim"i bati t ast.

THE (iAZETTEwNEWS CO", DAYONA.


GwnwwMwmmjw

Notices K
DirlilH'T OFF


ens and children do not.
Notice of Applieation for Tax Dtad U.oier
The chlik, on its part. has a definite Notict A of Citla r Ta8. LDwd
Section 8 Of Chlapter 4888. Laws
Instinct to peck at any small object o PForida.
that catches Its eye. That takes care Not-ti.. is hrr.-iy ivi,'I. that IItt i. Kir.-h-
of its feeding. But the chick has no off. pIurt'bm.r o" i TaX .',rttll-Ii"' .'No. it.
inst. to di ad I & dit:t.-tl fit-h3ri sttltv of .1htit-i A. IA.. 1>-a, haD -
corresponding instinct to drink and nflit '..i (.rint-teH iin na ottic.-. rti h:
would die of thirst before it would ;mad.'-:ippliciititon Ior tax .litd to Is4u." ii
a ct'o t l." .ons. Uwe itla :tw. si.d mTfi-l'tit'l "*'it-
recognize water by sight alone. Drink- !,.:,.,.-r.. finlowuinr d cri,- Ing it has to learn for itself by peck tt.t.l i.i v\,,ti-a; s nit,1111y.. Florldan to- it:
Lott"'-b-. r' -. 1%i..ii n to t il lipotit
Ing at dewdrops or spots of light on r .ralitl :.-.-tioi:a. 1.Town ;!. intiiti Klllt :3:
the surface of the water or particles ,.:1st. rn'l--.-. i l d ,n11141at, t :l.r.":'st'tl ant -it:'
idv:1.' *,! tmW i.. ttlh'uati'v of -alu'is -'rt liI.t't il:
at the bottom of Its cup. Even the th, i :, ll of 1t. F. ulrt'y. -ni..i I.r
hen, contrary to general belief. proves tal;-all !:t: It. r.-'.t'lat 1 ,tci''no rtlltv.t. to 1;0v.
to have no Instinctive fear of the wa- ,,t&1(.,.i-.i i. i'..'-.
ter for her offspring. A hen that has 'lt i.-- m oiti,-ial ;itartc"r ;l i %.-tl
tiii. 11- I h '1 sI f 5..je !,t, ill r. D li.. Ito.s.
raised A few broods of dnc-ks and seen A!I SAM'IN.. I..1ItI)ASN.
them take to the water becomes hr hly ';, rk t'irrc':t 4 "it.t Volu.:l t'oilllnyI lt.
distressed when a subsequent hatch of .I ...i lt..-!put .lerk.
chickens do not swim. In fact. hens .i- pu'. .'t..: :.-t ,put..So et..
have been reported under these cir- Notice.
eumstances to lead their chicks to the iln (nouny .Jtmil.- '.,ur-t.
waterside and push them in.-Me. volui 1 t 4 t ,.. FitC.ri:t. S
Ili ti thttiamtt .r (P it .-. -, a .1; ranctt ;.
Clure's Magazine. tTxidit. d' -.'.
.. .....'. .' a" m. I i- l4tV g.\ ihn to ni y're l!ltt'ro.

Siil r -i. -i tl i hn i t h. il, r0-time l' ril- t, it


Breeding Place of the Flying Fish In
the Sargasso Sea.
In the middle of the north Atlantic
there is an area of comparatively still
water almost equal to continental
Europe in extent and more or less
covered with floating seaweed. It was
known as the Mar de Sargaco to Co-
lumbus and the early navigators and
is the Sargasso sea of modern geog-
raphers.
The floating seaweed was formerly
supposed to have grown near the Ba-
hama and Florida shores and to have
drifted to its present position. It is
now, however, known to grow and
propagate itself where it is found. In
It are found globular masses of weed
containing fish eggs and known as fish
nests.
Investigations show that the floating
weed of the Sargasso sea is the chosen
breeding place of species of flying fish.
The eggs found in the nests were at-
tributed to certain species of fish found
resting on them, but careful examina-
tion of the eggs shows that they really
belong to flying fish.
Apparently. however, the flying fish
do not make the nests themselves.
Each end of the egg of these fish Is
furnished with bunches of very long
filamentary tendrils, and by means of
these the finely divided branches of
the Sargassum weed have been caught
together in globular masses. The eggs
may be said to have made their own
nest-London Field.


Bismarck and 3.
Bismarnk had an intense aversion to
13, but a veneration for the num-
Sher 3. His reasons for his pre-
dilection were that he served three
masters; he was responsible for and
fought in three great wars; he signed
three treaties of peace; he arranged
the meeting of three emperors; he es-
tablished the triple alliance; in the
SFranco-Prussian war three horses were
killed under him; he had three names
(Bismarck. Schoenhausen and Lauen-
burg); he acquired three titles (count.
prince. duke; the ancient arms of his
family are a leaf of clover and three
oak leaves. His family motto. "In
trinitate robur" ('Strength In trin-
Ity"i. was surely in itself sufficent to
give a leaning in this particular direc-
tion. So closely were his feelings as-
sociated with the triple number that
the caricaturists represented him with
three hairs on his head. He had three
children.


No Old Maids.
"We'd have no old maids if we took
4 lesson from the ancient Babylonians."
a spinster said. "In Babylon unmar-
ried women were graded by the state
according to their looks. For a beautl-
ful young wife the state demanded a
large number of gold pieces, a less
desirable wife cost a smaller number
of gold Ipieces. ana this money w-as all
paid out again as rewards to those
whlo married elderly, unattractive girls
Thus it cost a fortune to marry beau
ty. but if you married ugliness a for-
tune came to you; hence all was hap-
piness in Babylon, and old naidsa were
unknown."

Bolingbroke's Retort.
When Bolingbroke. who was at Aix-
la-Chapelle during the treaty of peace
at that place, at which time his at-
tainder was not removed, was asked
Iy an impertinent Frenchman whether
he came there In any public character.
his lordship answered: "Not at all.
I came like a French minister, with no
character at all."

The Audience.
The Actor (a terrible bore-Awhfully
bad arrangements at Jayvllle. Played
"Hamnlet" there last week. Somuelodly
should "Fire!" and It took twenty
Iuinutes for the audience to get out.
HIs Yictim-1 s'pose the lwoor beggar
Was lane-what?

Zealous.
4 country convert, full of zeal. in
his first prayer meeting remarks of-
fered himself for service. "I lam ready
to do anything the Lord a;ks of mne."
said he. "so lonu as It's honnralle.'


hiw. t he I In" -.t >i- will hi. loirr, d1.
.'I'aAN < tl, i l. 1AKI>.
Krex'ltitori\. witl h t WII AnI.,xrit. ;
Si First linLh. MMy 2?. 11I.e.
S Administrator's Notice.


Alli p-rrsonis hitin' ii lli iim wli it-o'v-r
i lgiiinl.t ti,- 'estate- of Eliis M.. Vlli.ii Ilnt.
oft 4rnimoti. VOnsltiai C'otinty. Floritlmt. n-r
iher.-l,% i>llttfl.l'.t t4 ll- their n-ccoulit" with
the unAl,-r-;igni-d withitu six mouths from
dtlt'. r the, sun-ilit will I Iw rr.-d according
to llw. JAM Ii4 P. VININ(;.
At lint iistritor.
ultl. 1--Irnuiondi, Fin., Maiy 15th. IlIa.
'Film t Pitt. .-pt -56: last put). I t. ltI.i
Notice to Non-lesident.
Iln tih.- C!irult t'ourt. M-v-
-tiith .luAirtal Citrcuit in
;ilid for V\ulusint county.




Yim .ri herloy t c.-qulrxd to uplt-ur to the
F ts rida.
IN 4'ilAN4'KCK .
Rt-g i, Moor-
5-,
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You .r'- h#'ri< y r.-' itlu d to i ep'it- tor tho -
Bill ofl'omnpliainlit ltd h.-rein u agiiiit .\nt
ill th a- :,t ove ntith-l ittn.l' i o or l*i-tor- tlh-
1st lH\a of Novlle'.m-r. A. 1. Ilt.
"--Ti' iltytonlli (iiz-tlt--.i-vts" is h.-r-t,\
d<-silgi.,t.'d i s th.- 'it'.pitp'r mit which lhit.a
oilt.tr -liall pullishlt.i.-t i oli"', I wef',k fur
f .ur -'.ii-li itiv<- w'<,'k<.
\Wit ll.?- Itmy hi:tll :tla lid seiltl of otticr t his
17th AM'i.. It. JORIAN.t'le-rk.
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pomble improvement in seds,
at it takes time nd moA e have
been improving Rower and vegetable
seeds for over 5o yes. More thamroo
eole working to make Feny's
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