The Daytona gazette=news

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The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title:
Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title:
Daytona gazette news
Portion of title:
Ormond gazette news
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Place of Publication:
Daytona Fla
Edward Fitzgerald
Creation Date:
June 23, 1906
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Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
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The Gazette-News of Daytona began publication in the 1890s and continued until January 26, 1901. On that date, it was succeeded by the Daytona Gazette-News, also known as the Ormond Gazette-News. This successor newspaper ceased publication in about 1922. Both papers covered news of traffic up and down the Florida coast. The St. Johns and Halifax River Railway, later renamed the Florida East Coast Railway, reached Daytona--present-day Daytona Beach--in 1886, a decade after the city had been incorporated. Daytona proved to be a new American city for the new American Century. With the railway’s arrival, Daytona’s proximity to the ocean made it a premier tourist destination. The history of racing in Daytona is also well documented, beginning with car races along the beach, followed by more organized races inland on oyster shell and later asphalt speedways. The newspapers also reported on the use of automobiles for stumping the state politically. Finally, researchers can find references to the activities of Florida transportation and tourism pioneer, Henry Flagler.
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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?
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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tjL'Vol.1. 18, No. 4 0>ti InrY1I! I Daytona, 1 Florida I: Saturday: I -lunr J 2$, IIu.)() Heal Advertising_ __Medium_ _Vicinity.f _, Price 5 Cents

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Committees N w at \\ork" Arranging >Kx It
f ANTHONY'S As the Candidates of the Democratic
y preliminaries for the Big i Celebra F Ftom.
h Party to be Voted for at the ,
6e tbn.-Barbecue Big E\ent. November hlection.

Arrangements for the big Fourthof
State of Florida
July celebration are progres8iDsatisfactorily
and it lo-Ks if ) bounty' Volusia )f r
as Daytona
\ The] undersigned, respectively the '
t will have OIKof the biggest BIG rIID r.SUMMER w
r celebrations of tinnation's natal Chairman and Secretary of the
Democratic County Executive Com-
: in the history of the city
lillee fr Volusia County, hereby'l'flifJ t,
The fominittit met Tuesday evening -
to the County Commissioners :
at the Armory and practically
A d for the County Volusia that theellJ'ratic
completed the pr.igram.:, :
/) ( Executive Committee of
At sunrise a gun will be! fired, the CEARANCE SMEF
, "olusia County held a First White
i flig. r-iised and n-ville !-.uuuded.t emocratic) Primary Election in

.::1 ,\ At eight! u' the i1"lrl-[ > willconnaencv. etch Election District of said x

. Tin-1 program' as arranged
(binttyMay !13; )lOiKi, in compli- 4 hy tht committeeill' lie as

.; follows: I Begins Saturday June 23rd and Positively [ IUIl'e for said with Primary the provisions Election of made the call hy

: : A Tug of War between a Uamfrom
.: the Democratic) State Committee,
the Halifax Hillt's'I'! a tam
nd that at such election the following -
, representing& 1 ill-1 -iiiiciis of tie
named persons were selected as
city. We' ini it;...ltt right byre 3rd. .
the nominees of the
Tuesday July Democratic '
: that the hides t:li.dlengf any M-t of '
\ party for the offices set opposite
,tight men to c. inIM-U' a:.;aiiiht I tliem!
f their names, &aid Arsons to be the

1 in Next this event.will < "' itthe Standing ForEnds Ten Days We Will I Sacrifice New Merchandise; Regardless of Cost. Below We candidates of the Democratic party
at the regular election to held on the

Broad! Jump I 1'uJUillg: ISroad .lump, Give a Few Prices: Ith;: day of November, .\. D., 190G j: <

t.. .. Standing high .1 111111)| HUllning F. W. SmsFor State Senate,
High Jump, I'' I-'aftl Da",h, Hurdle
3* :2Sth Senatorial District.D. .
: Race! :llni-yard! : I'tinniiirThritsb' : / Hwt. .
: F. )Iorrison-For member of
4 1, ti ,..,"."i'd l 11\: 't'\ Sack: K'ace,' I'otito CLOTHING. Shoes For Men. louse of Representative.:

i"'. l Ihi'e, and List. hut not least, a .John 15. Parkinson-For member
t y Tub Raw for the younger' generation. of f House of t
\llllanall I :Shoes t" go
t -1 For this sa I eve .,1. $4,65 6 5 Geo. \V. Uristol-For Clerk Criminal ,
At l 12A;o ,,', l Im-k." the nond uill : Court of Record. *

.t be especial lo ivjuiir to the 1'aine 4 \villluake the foU ti ,.a II'I oo I ltrNeslt.. goMl S3.65 S. 15. Wilson-For County Asses-

f lot, at the iulrrstilioii (or of Taxes.
I owin ble
-1 fetieetaml li.lg\\.d: l xvhith g.remarka r dIM'J Shoes t" g"
:uvnne S 2. 9 0 D. P. Smith-For Tax Collector
i Asa Paine li.i-- I-.illily allowed tin low prices: J. J. Vinzant-For County Treas- r

} use of f.:{ (he ,mi lilt .\11 :;:::.-,11 :-:111):00: I,. .. f2 4511 irer. i

ijarlxH-ue will )Is. lid.I.l It is ox c-' .\ suits (t'Xd'pt' IJllH1 .,1. A. 0. Holts-For County Super-

: peeled that llu-re sill lie plenty to lt'Ptrl'1) that sold for 1Siiiul All :i'mNl,1tIN':' ) t I" ;. ) ntendent of Public Instruction.

Ictnl everyone. over) to f 12 15 S2.20sue 0 R. D. Brooke For County Commissioner -

; The pidilie generally; i is invited ,. //o at t o .itMl fl''iti:! "h,".- ti. ,;CI Dist. Xo. 1. h

and a g-I l tins i i" promised. ,\ suits except( 1 li1i 1 iii al.. '" .. I 0 011 Frank E. Bond-For County

L j In the afternoon. two good I hall 'Ih\1 l\ i Serge) that :sold for leCO ; Commissioner, Dist. Xo. 2.
t gamesill l hr pl.i\ed I at ILtrris" 'n i' .\ 1 than $1 IH to Qfl All SL'INI' :"111"I.: t-SL40 0 .\llllou l' Slippers' : toreirardless :ill W. I II. McBride-For County Comnn -

Park UtAefii. 1 he M-h-tteil. : I' :al; of cost.HATS. : .*
t-nuiM to a .j, ill at. ":>it.>aer, Dial. Xo. >. ;

In I the evening;: a military hall will All Hlue Serge) hiiits that E. L. l'otterFor County Commissioner ,

-: be held at :IrI ur, }. Arrangements sold at 115.50() Dist. Xo. 1.1 1.T.
will bo made: lo secure good 11111siP. u\IH\ to go at $13.50 I J. Murray-For County Com-
t All "I''i'Nl t Straw Hatb: tti | ntissioner,*Dist. Xo. .i.
.:r. --- .\ 55 and! $Ii f3 Qfii g"it. $1 1.2011 .John L.r Chandler-For Member

i. Death) ) of Airs. Rush. 1'ants; !: to t'lthtt at JU "iO Straw I Hats I tu ,
: lat $1.45 Board of[ Public I Instruction, Dist.
Mrs. A. U Rush, mother of I'rllf. All & 1 Pants: todost' ') I Xo. 1.A I. ,
f2 9 0 ,tN -_ ,M.s. :,; N1.: tray: .
W. A. 1' Soahri-e/e: diet at w lLiN..j
: : at a I .. ,al I |>65KNOXi B.l'rcmlt-For l Member Hoard *

DeLand, .Sunday. The {(.hiKlywas ) All SI.: ?*) hints 00 Jin :: of Public Instruction, Dist Xo. :!. |

brought here and hurled in to close: at uZiTU (!kc>. F. Crollch-For Member 4Bojird

PJiiewijtid ("'Jllt'krrt'f.i,,{,/' being -, l of Public I Instruction, Dist.Xo. ) .
Copyright 1905 by} All $::1; Punts 1 toclose
held in the M. l K.: ( 'Inu'th, DaytonaJk'ath ) Q'2 20 :3.In /
Hart SchilTner! (r Man at .
Tiiehd.iv ifteniiHi). ilrs. I witness whereof the Chairman !

Rush left here 'lor/ .JI),.L'lIul with her Allsuits Hoys .*, ;rl' an $t ii 0 Q QH \111111)i:' : :; :.u .m.l. CO 5 5 a1l''W YORK. : and the Secretary of the ClII-; |
daughter, Miss Delia, in April iliss to close at OOluU $1 l suits 'III '''lost al \jLl , critic C4)unty Executive Committee ; w.t
VII !\lI'\ -- I I '11'.1\\ All bony :::,"iOli :
Rush had to Oregon hut a $11- "lIra$3 60 for Volusia
gone County have hereunto
25 per cent. discount off all Boys Pants. 1t.11 ,1" .;" .11 ILlb to ,II at
short time before her mother'sdeath ALL FI.I.T luis TO no RLXHUDLLSS OF cosf. t signed their/ names as such officers

which was: sudden. the cause I jou this iMh fay of May, A. 1),

being paralysis I l 190o/ i at Deland, Florida.

Anna \B\ Hush: was horn in Hill- 11'IUttu.J.151Awt.u,

grove, Darke I'oiuity Ohio, April Shoes f for the Ladies. FURNISHINGS. Chairuuu Democratic ExecutivaCummittec )1 ;

10,18.11)) : ), and .lied June ISth, llMHi:/' i, Ml H I 'INS ,I",'1 r" t..g.t 69c98c for Volusia County.Js. 1

aged 07 years, I month and '.".I I day!>. at W. PKKKIN.S, :;, '
Ml ? I I''i: anti I -f; I :ill'
She was married to Andiew Rug.h All :;?I.IMI" I :ShtK'S; : ,In _' $3,35 3 5 ,' shuts tu, gl at Secretary of said, Committee. : :

in April. I I.MiS.; \ To this union were .It Ml'mi: : 1 ; $1.38
horn three children 11 -
one sun< authrte 1
iulSUI.daughters. 1 Her husband ilied I 4: at:All Sl.IMI.Shor 1 *; to :;' $2,90 9 0 1 at.,SL''iO :Shirts tu gll $1 1.6;-, I INSTALLED t

All -'."> and 1 :{.1"" T\v\ :> K. P.
-- --- All A-"...ill hot':' to c/t!. <> :.It. 10 Cat OFFICERS.

Organi/ed Summer Club. ... .. .. ...... .. .) Ail tin,"'" ctut'l'ics tc, pito KKtk
c It
Friday evening, June l.'ilh, a :; All ?.".tMI( :Shtx-h to ?. All 1 ItHi anl l lI'n j1.::u = District Deputy Grand Chancellor Masters

number if young i eople> met at the at.AII $2,20 0 r r tu. yo l at of St. Augustine, Installed
home of C hiss Hnmn and organizeda cY \II Ho"it'ry go I8c Officers.-Banquet Served.

dull fur the summer uu, t6 m. :?;.'.;ill :'1ttNt\ ; 10 1 ;0 o i it
There ar'I'Ultl'n charter members at.: $1,70 1 ( c wo o All ,",III I ti' Hohiery to le n' ... District Deputy) Grand Chancellor
I at' C Eugene Masters, of St.
all 01 Ill-)Ii joining will be subject :: r \ Augus:
o All1 l 1 Hosiery' to tille'isil.1 the lrx'allotlgo K. of
r P.,
All : Shoes to &
to initi.iiiii.i I .fL'.OO gu IfjThese 65c
The at. . . 1 I at ... : at their meeting Monday night.
met t ling railed to order ,
was ,
; All $1JNlasult f r There was an exemplification of
and Harry Horn was api inted .. :; weir t at 111.1'8;,C
t go t
chairman ,. : 1 prices apply I t to all an'I the advisibility of holding
with Margaret: Wood, st r. .\11.1", .'t Mut I "in\ 1'-I district
a nut-ting here on or about
$1 20
retary pro tm. Others were electedas \ wear to ff" < at .
I styles and colon= the thin! Thursday! of .July was dis .
follows.President. All si''iOa: ,iit t "itr'i
'_11- $1.60 cussed. A supper was: enjoyed at t =
Dii) k Itn-. wear to nn at
"Ifll'r, :!. pt't t1. tttl ttii till \\ All .;, ,. I the City Hotel mol the
> following
&wrtar--IIt--i,' Uingham. Shoes I f for the Children. I. \ im a; miiir IUII.I-'
: ,.
t I r t't w.: "Lk ; III the 11111.I 1 M. \\ r tn L:' ,Il $3.20 officers were installed:
Treasurer I licrnaul Kcllar.Executie .
C1V.. M 1. Moore.V .
('..mmittee llargaretWcxxl
C.-r. V. nailor.I'relat.e.IO'ph .
Ray and 1, Fannie Itessie I:Jay Itinghaut.t F.rie: .Mills, Dick This is your chance to buy all your needs for Summer { O;1lurne. t

> M. of W.--('. 1:. Gardiner.M. I
f ucitt lit,ut,' *ti ommi 11 t P-.u Af r.

Wilburn, LilliauItLuP'iain... anti MissI I and Fall. Remember the date, Saturday, June 23rd. to Inner. at A.Guard-A.-II.Otto Schmidt.Wehncr.

Brown. ..._ i
\ I Outer Guard Weslev Herrick.Governor '":

The meetings are to ht'i lit(.ltl I|1 t'wry Tuesday, July 3rd. It will i pay you to see us. ---- .t:1
second Tuesday \'i i);ut
evening at John M. Paitihon, of
o t t1tN'k, t,
Ohio died
at his home hoar Cincin-

:A tom uuttt' 't consisting of Ire nati, .Monday. In January, Guv.

Wilhuni, .Miss Urown and Earl;: Wf1'li.lins.jn ANTHONY BROTHERS I'attison sj.ent several days in tLU ..

was npp iiiitd to draw lip city, a gn.-st of the Il< ti-l l Dt.' f'ImJ.

,t a eoutitutiou I He had been in failing health for

With refreshing lemonade: th> e some time and the trip to Dajtonawa )

present drank to the merest a illTh DAYTONA. tikcn with a hope that it would

PWkjvrily; of the new dub. .' bcneftcial.Frebh I"I"Lf' .

remainder of I the evening waspa&sed\ roll, ,'very nic.rniug. at the
\\llL and \ ; YMwmMWNmMW1v\\W-t \ \\ \\I}. JMI\I\,
bongs lUU:>ic.a 6 J tJ ) lyf Granding I'.akerv
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THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS Will Demonstrate Car Ie. I\:: / I'r.'WWw.4"4rrr.Wlr l l A i r AA A t l i r' itltttlttr |

a.. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY W. Talbot, the t rax-ling reprentativB Cr ESTATE.r'

of the H II Franklin Cs .

T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor Manufacturing Com 1,'II!Y. makeis of I Remnants !

-- famous Franklin air-t't*"!td automobile 'I Iluys a new |hour% just. For 1fine,:Seven; inoffl'ulualaAvrourvvtwt

THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY arrived in JackNuiville Mon ; $ s S II I I 0 00 0 uf the :railroad. high li S 6 0 0 0 and goal five room houses: !

: SE rulilld; ; vvhitiscttlomeiit.\ Five mom adjoining Both filled with modemeonvcnienees.
( INCORPORATED ) day, after a trip of over ten thousand ;: Many r bargains were had at our ltulli"ot'. :;'1""| (lowing well. Lot ,iUtl il). Will sell *fpuratIyr but

----- -.- ---- miles iu his automobile. The I buildings united could be transformed

Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class ilatter. Tinles-LTnion of Tuesday says that i E Remnant Counterla :::1'I S6500 6 5 0 0 Will purcha.a on Hitljie.'H.1'lIW' niceresiilenif into an idfiil rooming house or hotel.

after spending a few days in Jacksonville at'( Vntral l ic.'itinii. SH'lJrt's a bargain in
: >t .dlll'--Ilnr.: Every Wednesday will be Four. ronms, hath and toilt-t cmlirl $2000 0 0 0 Kingston. large room-
Subscription 1.50 Per Year in Advance. he will bring his car to ." tlnoi 'thrt-p! brgt..dr"'JIII\ ), !>.'nnil ed hou.stthree; rooms,

-- Daytona and give an exhibition JUI.' : " Day.) Don't) fail to }be) on hand: early NN fl'Mir. All l'Ul1'" i-iices and! lin\i nicelyiiiuintMi pantry and unfurnished bath room on

SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1906. the Daytona Beach. I| N | | and furni.-lieil. h.i.senient first floor, two l Iwd rooms :second floor.
: and j-ecure. the be-t: t bargain, N; lauiiilry rooiueparate, >t -. __ _-____ --.7'. .:-:-.=--=--== --- 11 \\uuJ.lwd Lot 55x'JOD.: lJllIl' fruit. walks iron fence. $2,51HJ: furnished.

I Hotel Removal Notice. <-: K{"'iimants in Calicos, Lawns, (.lin:;hams; ( )r- :::11
The "City Hotel" has moved to.}:{ 'i We have many other bargains listed.REAL .
y: ralillies'1'ickilltr' (Odds) and Ends of Mens w
the "'- k : :setl', / ( : : '
: REALTY DEALS RtRk Grange avenue, formerly Day- q ,

Mrs. KudoraVat&oii left last week tuna House. We are all ready fur : and Hoys:: Straw f Hats at liV, former price from :: I

+tkk business. Hoard by the I:
for Chautauqua, New Yolk, where summer _.r w t to ."lllO. ; I ESTATE
Extracted From the Books of Record I day or week and table build a &pecialty. '". ; ; A
she will spend the summer. She '

For Volusia County.-Very Few will stop eurotite to jieud a few Come and see me when you '5. Some slightly Boiled yoods) at greatly re- :: D YTO OPANYIINCnRPUIt

Transfers. get hungry. GEO. H. )lAt tut.w-. a '
lays at Tallulah Falls Ga., and ? dut.-ed priees.) :w'N: : 'iINSURANCElU

DlLA) \II, .1 ulle -r l.-The following al Iso at 11'a hingnul 1)) C. -- :

transfers of property in and about Mrs. Pink left We 1111. LOW ROUiND: TRIP RATES N.M. :
I ltou .IY. R M. Call Mercantile Co. (( \TED.)
1 Daytona, have been recorded in the \1.L & N. R. R. 5=" .,
1 the Clvde Line, lor
office of the Clerk of the Circuit y CiiauUuij? it, < ..: CHAS. S. HARRIS, ManagerSHANKS

Court at UeLand, recently: .here she al-vaya &i: !>ends tin The Louisville Nashville hail t-W Illl''SHtrs to I llendricks Mercantile. (Co. ="

; Andrew Jubnson and John O.) John- 1:1' r. bhe will \i.itilh Mrs. 1.) l U will sill!! round trip tickets from ** < BUILDING
llgl,1111A,1111I', Nt11,1, ,1>Alil>It Il> c' 1 ,
sou to Alexander Hau ail and Cl.atlcf 'ice: \ ;,t P.rtUou lhlllrw, Yuik'i Jacks: 11\ tile l to points shown on J- YVVYItlYY YYIItlYVJII V'JYYY : \ tlV V ---

IVllider, jl)0( E. 122: : ft. of lot 7. _.
1 y, t.ii il1'1:1... date:, imiit-jited; proportionately low rrr --- --- --- -- -- .- : *
block 70 limbec's ( Tifr* J
Frank Monroe to Alice E. Walker '.Mr. .ti.d 11r. 1'.1: auk> left :'-ot II 1'- rates fro., other points. *..... x.. .111.1111..1111.11 WHO fyour Jailer?

$000, Iou 2C, 27 and 28, west of road, ..1.t..r". lUulll!It'CI \'j"it in Georgia, $ W.=?Nashville:i Teun., and re- : 1 i si
Hernandez Grant. i.v Eui:: auLs will go on t.) )'Ia..a' turn. Tickets sold July NoM 0 re Insurance Graft 1

Eva S. Jones to Henry G. Brigham, Ii i .Sells ID "S' Hid ll..' t+..Imul.r"hih, ;"th; ('th and 7lh with final :

$1.00, S. \ .1\ of lot 4, block 10, UPmcnto. I .
is:.Il.u.kvlliulnut'IUuutSui! I.1 I.Mr I.
i 11: li.iiit lei 1 days from date ufsale. Most men are proportioned like
: III'llall'' 1 .u uirlalr| 1.11 '"' \l-nli, S l'i In.llll' v Itii '. H : F
Coipe lift Saturday i for a
C. C. 1W to \Viu.Ylvi Kii n, rJurt: tic payment ol fee ot until a death incuii.ou thru pa\' ll"llldll'.1< 'lie' in'in 'I UTIIIV : i 9r one of these. Those who are
i is 11f two week with her daughi ? : :3l; ) cents and ticket '
Last: deporting
lot 8 1 block: 431}, Daytona.Ella : :
4 years iiiemliership" -eiines paid-up policy f"r n-in.uiidi i i.l' liltlOiMMt : ,
E. Coleman to JoMjih EiUmgtoi: t I'i m Jacksonville.Capi. same can be extended until! < discriminating know that the
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|i0licy ill i-nn-third !'0"101 I ,.1l liar, IIIMIKUIHinclud :
and wife, ;jii.'O, lots II 111/1111 I Iblock: 2! Shaw's family mined last September ;;flh) .

ub.> lots 1 anti! :2!, block -, IVlcnian"! : \'tt-k into their cottage\ on the $ lti.t1nux.ille.;; Tenn., and ic- i J address ing :;ilHKMHi( ( total ("i?aLlilJI act ideur Fm luiiln paiiiiulais' : ; : i clothier who claims to fit everybody

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Ella E. Colcniau to Jo.stph Kddington beach.: Mm haw improving tuin. Tickets sold June I CHAS. P. BUR( MAN., : is taking a long chance.

and wife, tlld\ lot 15, block :2uh., lots ui.der I the care of Dr. wood. :L!;;jnl. ilth? and: ;ollth: and : .

1 and:', "k'rk.1.1111011! s Ia) ) IOIliI The Price cottage on the bead h July 7th lath and kith with I5ox 7J, Scabrce/c, I luridVIIto1111111111 .. ', And the unfortunate thing about

New Symrna l budge and iuvtMincntCo. his been rented by Mr. Lunborry.ofdescent (the final} limit of .............1.11.111 .1111.11111.1... ,,, ,Nut, Na 3t.
return .
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to Elizabeth \VcbMfr, >loO, lot' ('it}'. Mrs. Lunbeiiy and tickets 15 days from date of --- ---.---- -- .- -- ---- -- -- _ I I au.U tat llack rodnatulrr BwkEe him is that he can sell to good

3 and 1. Mull 3, Walker (:nllll. the children arrived Wednesday Nile. Tickets can: be extended 5.<-!.!.!
--------- The ceremony of f receiving MasterAllen !by payment ol l\e of .;.o, I If You Love Your Wife r '

Shaw into the ihurch last t cents and depositing} with l ; that his stock of clothing is in

special agent ui.til Srj4.anb;! /
Port Orange. Sunday, was, a very iuipivwive, i one.I'apt. 77.50-J.os Angeles, and San 1''ranciMo !: DON'T ROAST J-IERI y style.

:Shaw; delivered the addiess.
and ticket. ,
lit >K lit : : j .

The Union Church evening service ; hold June ilth? to July Olh: f' l H y cc-mptlling! her tv> bake the fatnih buad, but but: it tutu hit '! I We have no stock on hand to
Putt (Oiange, June : btfiue
has been changed to the :5; inclusive with final limit September |

buy arrived at the hume of l rami O'dOl'k'sper hour. The: tir,t I jIlt Tickets good I DAYTONA BAKERY( i :' K get rid of. We want to makeup

MM. Henry Said-, June 1_'lh. going one route and returning .' ,
meeting was held last Sunday, niltho '1 for
another Liberal expressly suit
Mrs. ll. II. ftcpovcrs
Knajii gave a HIY< beautiful Chatitauqua Vesperservice allowed. ?.' It'u -Hivintj i.t linn. tit ik and lilt" ill \ Fresh lirtaJ Jew ii I!, No. 3 No.4

jileasant. card jaily' Thuisday of las itwet 1 was used. I'ev. Duller led $ L'.O":! ;)iK'iiver, Colorado Springs ,: 11\ &:nJ Daily I b'' ill ,jartni'l (thciiix .\'. 1'u-.ind CM-I\ I! !i sin.Itetuara..k J t'IW.ld t noel I,aui Ktg-! HoadForwarIScnoplur BbouMcni.Hiiriiesl.U clothes I liaViniV lavIng rJlflfnfffT,

k. the service and gave: a short, interesting or 1'ueblo, l'd. and return p.r; ottu-r production uf the modem, up-to-d.itc tl.uI1' .-.Lt p distinctivcncss: and style that
Alexis Iluhrthonautl Winn letunicd Tickets sold July !tub to 1 llih 1 i -

Monday front their cirri'e' address! an unusually large Final icturn limit August t a t, H E. QUIGG P > !'*|A\inue '; wiII//. :
audience !ho entered !
u heartily jut u I'Oth.! Liberal allowed rop. Near !>CiOt :ie i f
While in Stuart, )I lr. ]1'obertwubought stop-overs .
I he singing and responses. l at Colorado Common '!1'! !' !'! !... .. ,
.y.o .iA\
a lot on whIt t'h he intends to !' !A '!Ai '1 he 1'. I A. held a ery pleasant point*. ---_. We most cordially invite you to

build srfMjn. \\ e are oiry to lust: : $$''.lU-lihraul.I(', \\'is and ( t
meeting last Friday. After the re
him und his estiiualile wife fuel i turn. Tickets\ sold August t I10th ...4 itil.ri1i.ii'/vriO fstZli-tllftiYiil.i.ti .lit9s/11. I inspect the Spring and Summer
usual business was transacted, ylr'. 1
among us, but atoll them }prosjlelit 3' Ilth alllll 1 12: with thud ; 1906 line of fabrics
Pinkerton read the f R now on .
very interesting! ; Bond Lumber
in their new home. return limit August t :'-lHt. I Company io.n'.H j ji.'Jks

address ot Mrs. Clayton, of Tampa, ".tJll--lIm.ll.a.) : eb., and return. : ,rl. / di5 play.t. .
public School l ch bed t nday,
delivered at the State Convention fImauo' Tickets sold July !alb/ l thIlth .\\ \: oh 4
June 15th, after a successful 1
term \\\ Clubs. And 1'jth:? Final return lulu iill n14(
: \ (ORES5EDPINf .... Exclusive Local iUprvaeuUtite
) 5 of
of nine months Air. and Mrs. Frank Mason, Irs.Uo'd limit July 16lh. Hy depositing AND CVPKES5 LUN\UEJ 1 & tl$ I ("fl'.J..., )'".u,. rm,paient Ko.6 FOrlu, Bead. &I. "'. Price & '
There will be no service in Grace ticket with Joint Agent: i : I I lli.iHin.itKl Iac& Foraatd.11.1 P1.ud.euiSt"wwh the ),. CompanyTuiluTi j .
and Mrs.
Colby were in town I htaulluK..k JIlnhl/lit Chicago
Church until fall, as Rev. Arnold i is at Omaha before July l lt 1 ih l.nrl
llillg'l les I Flooring t HI it 1
Tues.Ja)'. and payment of fee ol alt) t Jhlig k1 Lillie !

taking a much needed test. --- -- cents same can be t.' tl'Udl.d'until and (Cement' in .".'.: tock. :; "I.,ti .i "",- 1"1. ,1'1- I : I R. L. SMITH Agent, Daytona, Fla.
Ellie Pattillo, aged about six 1..1.\\.1 .itl 1 "",1.1." ).1 I..t'Jil I I.
I h'th
Press For Sale. August
fell from second ; ii"lil" Mlii. \ilaljlic[ I'da-I I I1 II1. Kv.: .m t n I.. .I i ulii ..( i iii. k- ,
years, a window 3'iOU I St 11\ life .
btory ; ) -- I }Paul and Minneapolis I it.nuin- ... i I . . ;
The t Gazette-Xevvs has made arrangements i .111'-.1( | iIIIl'I'\ ui 'I. h K I 1\; + + +
She : and
Saturday sustained some: return. Ticket.sold

s bruises, but no serious injuries.W. ( : to install a new and August t Itith. I Ilth. and Iith.! i'I"'Ii 83 k. .1. MAL Y. //Manager. i I Daytona ;
faster press, and as a result we off el : Company
L. McDauiels was 8e\.trely]! for sale a Campbell Intermediate limit August ;i':lst. OAYL/i41C4f1Ills/1/fell.1111.1..1..11.11.........111. I ,
By ol fee of :fiUceiit ,, I
payment -
poisoned recently with smart weed. Press in first class condition; will and : PURE ICE .

The public dock has been nw'etlto print four pages of a bix.culumlll'apcI' Agent depositing, same can with be extended Special' ;Jr.. _'..i'J:::: '_'::_. _-_. : C--; :- .1 _:: -:# .: ;c:4' :-_.: .

the foot of Herbert avenue to I bout Prices and terms right. Address 1- until Sept.' ;'ilith.: 1 I >:5 Mad e from Distilled Water. .
G\ZETTE-NEWa: COMPANY, i f i1 jIAr : 1 attvlt. l'l.J1It'1 Raibuadand: Volusia
of the way of the bridge.Mr. DayK'iia) Fla. Daily May 15th to Sept.' ::;ith.) in \ ), J\ltS11l\ I g- . . . .avenue.. + .

and Mrs. Schroeder and their .- elusive:i round tiip i summer tuuii i"l t jtu j L! MEN .:r .r. .. -

grand daughter, left Monday for ktts will be on sale to \artuu- j
Cantaloupes: are scarce in the local > --..-.- ",, . Honda
--- ------ East
their northern home. lebl1l'b. Full in format ion, shed =- tiIUlIII.! t\ Coast Railway.
inaiket. In fact no good one have .
Mrs. ulc:., time: tables, etc will be fin
Taylor McIaniels) is visitin t Read the Jf f shoe
g been offered. It is said that thescarcity f ( our again

friends in the village She expect f of the crop is due to the iii.
to remain ( I L.: llHi .
about two weeks. recent heavy rains. >r-< was selected tor a reason.It .
Fla Pass:: Agent/ L .\: \ .Sfll'Tll.BOU.ND-.READDOVV.V: A0RTH-BOUSD-READ IP.So. .

----- I IIS West Hay :St; Jacksonville, 1 laTHE means Quality and Style.I F I -- ---= =-===..=.--=---- -==---- -
-- 1'he: Lest:: shoe ever oli rc-A SI I No. 29 -lATlO.Ni No. 78 ha. 98

Why You Should VoteFOR ---WESTERN- --- to consumers for $'. ,O. Y .; -,;;Dally"i: ; I Daily;;-II ';- Lv.. ............... .... ..Jartwntille.r! 72rla Dad; Daily85Sam; '

23 l"'j.m 1--2I.m .............. soutaJ.tkuriUt; ,........_........Lv 7 lil.ill Satan[
.Styles 7 2-1'111 4'ium .. ................... .M. AtiifUatlue........................ Spilt 7 "mill
First Avvu,.-. "....1 |\1..1.! h :Stitrt; for all occasions, 7 IhulUU .. ..... .......... ......lUallfli ....-..... ........... .. 5 itll'iii 6 4am!)
H > I :t" ...... ... .. ..
| >aiu. Eat 1'alatkr l '.... ................ I b :lupw! 6 3Uam
l 11.\\111\\ t I.\ in all popular I leathers, Box h n.uTi | I 12 n in Ar-..-......-.........'.-....... I'ultttka-! ---......... ................ .l, -t -fI1'1II- -6 CT>-ill
i [pro 11. I'min Lv.......... ...... .? .. j' llith .........._.... ... ...Ar 5 4.=> ,m 6 urm:
THE J. r UAl.\: :>ttiHD. !'llIllh'l.d| Call Vici GUll Metal Patent r I, -I :il'I ..... .... .ir-: =..".-...- ? | '"
j ... fau Muteo :'::::...:...=:.7Lv =:::::::.:: 515iii
'jl I allptrday'> | 'lai .i\ ,tr.'lt al .,:J ,. ,- Slaw Lv.......... .... .. (ran.irteo.. ...... ...... Ar 9tiput ...... .........
Sj-t-i liiti-- Colt, Etc. :/ I ir.'pm! :i: Lv.. =...:.7.L:::.:.7.::::.:.BufilJllli.--- ..:.:.=..Lv -- -s-"io m
t. m i :'J Hl'lll i 12 Nryw ......... ..........._..Uupout .......................... .. 43npw 4
Jtik your Dealer. 1 !9 ,I ;;.11& 1 131.m .".....................?..... OrmuuJ .................... .. .. 3 :l3i'w 6 I itUHIll6UJHU1
t I' 1" ,_'1,11I I 1 2lfiia ..._...................... Lavtoiia ............................ 3 fib.IU 4 >
Railroad Fuqua & Smith M. C. %iser Co., Alfrs.Jtlanta. ., t: I UI R I" lj.mlu 1 SiPm: ............ ......... I'orttirage.................. 8 4ipw&ipw 4 lIj"w 4.taui
Franchise f i ...... ..
./ C rgia. Jr; "-in -2 ''ij.jn Ar ... ..Sew. Ulyrra .._. _3 11>Iro 41+Wa
r 1 151 ) 111 lim-: 4 IIj.m Ail- ...... -- -
Painters B "'"'''''' '' Luke Helen =:: :: :: iLv 1 ;,1
OU.iu 619pw
SHIELD BRAND SHOES. 1 .. .. .. ..
1 s r r II.rn r'p10 "I .Uaget'Ity|! .. ,.f" 12 Sopm 55pw
; : __ "' ... .
1 fw *_ _u': _-_ trrafYOUtyiuactlun Lipm "
( I'. I..w: :J I'JI'ID Lv .............:.......... 'J..i2.: : ra""I"-!
/ 0 I .. hew Smyrna........... ........ :I lD w 4 0i>.rw
It will mean Paperhangers II ".i.n :! I'/.m ......... "..............oskitin ...." ...... ..... ...Lv.i.; ., 'p ut 3 :3hu10
employment for the 11 :.i.uj d '
laboring jn-ople : 1',110 At. '_"_' "... lltutvllle -jjfp
= a4mm
: : _! .
11 1 I'.im"- a .. ;
JJpm !Hnufur.l. TZ..T.. ... .
It will mean the expenditure of Decorators.Kstiinatua I '. ,.ui u .v..alD l.v1. ..... J-niifurJ: .. ...........lAi JL* '| II!Ii Sana 5otr'ID!! 11 6 IIJ"m 30pm
over ::iKUHttl.' a great part l.tYihil.h I 11 M.uT| I '< 1'llm-j j Lv.. ....:::-..:--_...... .Tltu-vllle.:: : 7T.:: ...::..T..jlr:: : ,20ri -
12 :::!am 3 ..... ...... ........ -a-wlthl
j oipiu j .. CO'"I. ..... .. ... ...... .Lv 1
will be spent in this viciuil r-------- l Nt'lI1ttcrinl justreceived t 123trw: 3 ."':;.in .. ..... .. .... ....... .Rurkled.e ..... ..?....... ... .. 21pw 2 :2htu:
) ,,. ; 1 OiHOi !* I : ....... ........ .. 12111.111 .2 I nut
1 -I IIn| blu Glilllt.. ........ ..... ..... .. "
I } : I I '..m i .1 f 111. .. .... ...._ ...Melbourne.t .. ....................... 12 1'21ipw -linl
It will int-au Utter: accoiaodations: T:4: : P at thus l office f ff 1 .Vw'n! ,! .. .......... .:'tL..olllio.......................... .. 37pm 13iat.1.
between Daytona and Dol-ind) ; rl ntl :i 1"-11 i I,: ::';; .. ...........................St. Lui-te !!!................... .. .. 11 10Amu Mala 1.1 12: OOJ.'t SsWn
r I :S' 'IU 1.1.1 .1,111I .... ...... .
1 thus enabling! ng f including l ::1 ,,".;dO I I, .. .... ......-..., -.lutt l'iere------------ ..' 10 5 Hiu U 5:1'1
cituenof the interior to visit ) L" : ? .i ,I r a new ; '.. .,1,11I .111..10..11:1. .. ....... .. ...._ 10 17am 11t51.w
Daytoua without the inconvenient I % ;.. 3 .un f c; :i '11 .... ....... ..Wen: ..... ..... :
i' f.l".1 r line ::1 1''a'1I I :' : w .". .... ...... J\'II01n........... .... ....... '. lul&un1UUMU1I 11 15pm ".
that at present exists.It 1qlt'/bt I l :I I I of \\ ood( type. :H 4"am tam! 7 e ,' n' .. ....... ..... .,. ..............:iunrt.......... ...'.. .. ....... .". 10 U>am 10lUMtpiu 1t,4/uu&.1./ ... \
I I' II. " __!-?J ,' I i, urn' ., ., '" .". ...... .... Wit | ......... ........ 9iIirru 9 31aw 111 t! Iml
will give: people living in this t" '' '' < II II Iy j, : i inn l: III .. .... '" I'alin teacli .. ....... 8 45amB'Juiun !y :
vicinity : 30pm9uipia
an opportunity to visit DLand '- ; i..m H I :-111 .... .. lu.yntuii ... .. ... .. ..
: I 't. : Jl"": I ) .tula...., 8 :, pw| .". ......n.. ." I'vliny .... --. ... .. 81a1n:
without the ''' 1 n S 1. j j -i u tort .. ... .... 851"1\
same ineonvenieiue.It ...'I : .. Ijiul"r>Ulfe 7
\ J -, -" ;rJi fII" i .ItlU1U 0 17uu .... .. I'uulii. ... ........ 2trm 7 6tpla
/ UIaL TSeayil 11/li.m! 7S'lJ1'
.. ......
I ''' : 9,1ar Ildllnutliile/ .. .. .. "
\\ iIIl'tit'.m : ) 7 -Flu 10 :!t.\JUI\ I .. ... .. .. 7 lI'JIUD 7 59po1:
prosperity for Lemon I'iiir.Miami
11.1) ton I during the dull < / ;; 7 am ..... '" 6 tin IBSXmtu 7 llpia
summer month IDR; ... .. ....
Remember: that Tuesday, June 2ti, i is the ./. I I I'I':-? sa E ",,.till at I...... ............. ....1;: Ar'J..f....... .. tluuimteifl Miami '" .............. ..-... ;j.r.Lv r. ................. 1231pW 8Ir1m 7 tl5pto

day that the tlsctors ofDaytona .....-rit..' :. 2( r .- 'n _. _____ __I____ _
will bo called I upon j to v..1. on theipiesiuniDajt.ina I .. .!' YbJL .'i'V: I'rri.4,':" vH'tar'in:-uII'I..>.intro. :!'and.". !tour' t -Iee log err un &nlo 99.rat 911.

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) : : ,t'licvrfuliy ,: t' ::=--- -' = -
Heaih. Sclhrrt.rutd Dr Lao.l l have I ic.21 19 ha.17 YoIG' / [Nj.2*
alieady granted Flllll[ un, .'Gf'I; \ \ Sat. -
h'II'-J lhti.kft4a E. MAYP03T CH4VCH. 4.1 I .
.hises for the TS b Tr ui"J (j"llt Daily t.. ..! s. "|
5ar. 'Sn'i
:; railioad au.l l tiie + I j Daily nli. IM JI' -
walk > l io.iMi.ii! l linn till ceainest 'iniiieiirr' :' I Hi ; 1)1'111') !III I i a .. ] lil; t"llI -----'i- : '-. ..- -- .un.
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Uevl \ ----- _h. .__._______ Q 0,1 a $4P I i III 'i. .'.. Inp' :I./I' JIll"" LI .. Iri'k 4.nulle ... ...r il'
V.' it ihe Ir.w.III-.- is iiia.ited! IIi 1I1\1":4 1 .J' 1.1 I' :!'x21 1jJI\II .,..HII I.,'t...I.viite. )., ,tree ot \ttal.l1nJcot ,.11
aaiii> # : ** **tiria4 1 > :"!1' ( l.", :n.:'I'JIc ". I. .,i.,1iatii .. ....... i.
I -. -- ...... I't NG wr ;! '1' ""I'| lip I,1'llI IH AiU'.n.leh! .- ..t!" l-i.ri.J.-t
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tap! .! .. \i ..
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1Iii1.I i is i, THE[: 6LtNN a t '(uB I It I'\lf..II K AND: UCCIliLMAL.a : SIt-I ,, ;,:: ,' 'r I
a ,I. I I.. 1 ,I.I l allll au,1 i' U
$700 TO a r snl nE ,. : ..--- ---- -- """. 1 la.i" ,'tllit-' ;
LOAN .1 QCl: :' .jJc at Miauii with\ Sleam.t \ ,
1 4II ?' I" l..t.\ lit -
A h .
?11 em' u.w !''l. :.i I. \l i icii. "
j \H.i, Inn. : ,
lit Ii. r1
; t'. :i.i) :1 i II NI t Havana i and1 I '''I ,' >..111' .'.}..1 a to
v 'I'
ON IMPROVED I \\ N'-illi, H-inl'' -. ,ili-K' tin d!. l ncu.'I'; | 1\loI-u
I 1
REAL: ESTATE. 1.\1'1,1 i .1.1h I 'I' ,
: \\ Sailing's I l'f-!"U'.I'I: aurutl' < ".._
I a .i.l; w iii; i v.(ti l (tt'jt:; T'. M,1. 1 a Tr-ins \,1 u it I. ,, t,,'. .14( tj -
T. E. s p CHAS. BLUM Ui3d.ri:1: ; t'asstnltrr: at S.N i .. .1'1.,,lj.; ,, ,I .
[ FITZGERALD, Ki'H: 11",1!, \ & COMPANY\ I j'-I i. ;. -.1 ,.. ... -.I''Ij: 11,1In1 I t .i. : 1.// ,. ,is

! a 1 ; I.V \ ;i1 Ui; 1:1.\1'.: j I:..."1.=t.I I...,'. '... : .,'.".' '. : ,1 ii. .1. .a... Abut.r ,ri..111'u'I \ t.-, I ntIIJ I i iTor I vdt I .
MRS. o. [u tc 1.,1
Daytona Florida. } ELLA H. GIlhN( | --- | ic i :1Ulet; I- ruiiV1 III \1:11-1 I \ I. ..0 .116':
i I : i Coj: cf Hi' '' II'! : oj :t ,t'lI' ,t .Ij i I".t' "'p' ty
; the LOCAL "I'
Blue > 1IM t'
I't 'per I. -- : Ribbon Beer and Lewis Whiskey!I ...>! I", oj. hi

teal 1 .aaa... IOt j :' "- h i.lil( .\. "SL3t TUB 'Ik"j l II .r-.l I Id'! I l-h.! / .I Lt! i .1 I. \ I'M.i .
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-a;p ,I I Daytona, Flol'itla.i.atlll..lny( : June J 2i:$, I UHXi. Hot Admitting_.ltreliumIn_. U.ytoaa.nJ_ vicinity. Price 5 Cents ,, (


: I BREAD SUPERSTITIONS. :.\ ,.'.. iiVfiiViiiiViiifimViViViViiViiiiVirfiViiViiiVifVMiller .,'li i.i,.W,i..i. iiiii. i."" n;


,gir .. A large line of Peculiar One Still Prevail In KortlPrance. '
j. g U'ondrrflllflnD: r In Which the1'roide.

I, .. Fur llv? t'"ung. j Strohm L
There are some curious superstitious EXPERTS AT MONTE =
The in which the mother : {
about manner antelope
Chairs bread in the course of re CARLO ARE MADE. j
an protects her young/ until they
llglous :-
l +'i seasons which stein so easy toprove f
I old and enough to the
are strong : join !
fallacious that one has difficult rl"kf'd11: I ,' Successors
; ndergo n lUffiil Mirnc I tll< 'i
In full! grown bauds in their wanderings: ; is
j understanding why they are still believed. of ln.tnu-tiui I nil 'fh. ,. Arc :Molded |
; always on hand. an Interesting: and wonderful instance
: .
l would think that! someday tutu the lining l""rm to 1.1'.1111'I < :;
of nature's providence. These beautiful
a mistake would war aud thediscovery Over the OnmliiK Taltlrx. PECK & FOSTER. : )
i I :
creatures live in an );- +u country
l l.e made that th're.1 no I
II The stereotyi words rliu: out iu infested by all kinds of lll'lIIil'Iud
force lu them. !I
s Probably owing to the
nlllguam j\ but ,, : especially\ \ prowled over by the coyote, .
i constitution of the bt'1I1'\'r, the failure !I, slightly trying; t :u'< from tlu

of the expected result would be 'throats "f UIOM- limaculafc\ Mack I I the ray wolf and the timber wolf I
i Groceries
which sulxNt uinm\ tin youn? of all and Grain.
; ascribed to some sujiernatural cause, coated functionaries. Indeed the most
kinds! of aniniaN, yet the mother can
F rather than the real one and the belief :\., sensational coup of the season wout!.
her babies from tin
I easily protect :
Maley to.tftWWftWWwi& would be eon tin 11. Most I'I M-e !J..1euIJc! .
III of the tv ree"t of thf*? ilia 1':1 tit I'rs. The eieir.y : .

superstitions are found in (France, the ,i >of these suave olliclals! Into lietrayiiu i! most dreaded the soaring: eagle. I/IIIItIl111A11111111)111/1111111. .. . .}.11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111lINIINIIII/1. .. .. .. . ... . .. . ... .. .... }141} '\: *

greatest bread eating country on the'I'I even a momentary gleam of inti>*-st lu There! is u variety: of cactus, a prickly -

: rpm glullt'For Instance lu '' ,the mere mortal I.,' thus adjures to ; plant which grows; in great alum- ,.'.\ '.'" .......,... ..... ... ,)" .!.... .'. a.'f.. "'!:.,I!'!J' ayt'e!"! 'oY!AiQSi
UI>IKT Un ttaJ lilauk, down "their ready." I j dance all our the western 1'1.ti U". ..
bread baked on Hood: Friday, it is declared

; width furnishes her th' for thi..1
The casual means:
froiiueiiter tilt snlle di i ijeu
. . becomes { OLLARS
. . black. In Charaute it protection.! Horses, cattle buu.ilo and.i !.
but little heed ___ _
Is held that he pays to things i .
who eats of bread ---
------ ;)
i In 11t: all animals know the danger: of -

: FOOTWEARNo. : bakeil on. The All\ Souls'flames day will Lccomediseased. 'course-Indeed neuTthelcss takes them the as a croupier matter of U :j I I treading: on 5oum''plant. It glows !;.iI ; 0 AT OUR STORK
DORIS I will burst out of .. IU'I'V
: I fcirge patches four or six lachest
"lx -- --
"made. not he
I the oxen !In one's face if bread is m. mayhave t:I lilnlit tiUivo the ground and! forms !. -== _- .-!-
baked\ on the feast of1.:: Nicholas, InW-ii 'lualilit'ati"I1"' He is n I '
\ say i a thick mat varying in breadth from I .
Ii i is our dliject to \place within the the loud people at \ulll', so It is not 'creature of selection and. given a candidate the the] of the top of a mamas !hat to .

.. t f- Tt'al'lillf the masses. a shoo that done. In Hargundy the 1"'I.l| Mi.-\e; of :wmln; promise there follow many feet. It I Is In the renter of on- of i w!
that It bread mouths of training and trial aye.
Is Uiked
will well : in the course of these patches that the female !
wear as lit as well, and alleloLa'prepares
little temptations which .hall test hishuurstl' : it:
Itogntlon week all
f look U$ well as the Ix-st woinun's the remainder of bread the talked duriiij i i; J! Ivfiirv the thnv hlefs who 'I a phll'l.It safety for her i Wt: CARRY A FULL ANDCOMPLETE < )
JI'nr'iII tur.i
4 "I\IIIr. The thorns of this cactus .
t ilinc( made and with this aim in : moldy. The Inhabitants of the IlLtck'I i! watch him lull consider all his jKlnts 1
while and !
jMiisouous terribly
painful -
j view w'lm\'.' Liar) ('duntheulttk ie mountains believe the same thin Thl.1 rd'd.ll'' tt IH| >U his actual .election and he i very
; ,
j to other animal for
; ] 'wn' some LINK OF THE
: r Sicilians refuse .. :!' Is carefully mi-Mi-d into the "rijht''I. i
The Doris $2.00 Shoe ff to bake oa t: od Fri! n..lsul1lro' almost harmless, the I .

'. Doris Specials $2.50 '. day IHH-UUSO they fear that la minemanner :! form. that of the 4 ever alert /:1'11111'111:111.hlH'( well k.t.thal1l1
., IIiw liut.these ,hoes made they will burn the !Si\; lour. i legs, makinir thciii bleitl freely but II
arc on '
: limr.Ihall! and Cuuwsthe :
hau'-liccn I The beliefs which other Iun! >|>eaus sptu'the : neither the stickers their
inoilcllcd) :1'il'w I nor {poison

t to combine lit and comfort awl f used; to have In early times deniouHtrate so dextruudy across tit ,;, r"lIl:1ill'hil: ,' other animals seldomId'y1 i FINEST GROCERIES. I Ji
: !
how Illogical 1I U all this :
contain all the advuntkgcs of "upl'r\li[ | but retain the itoisouoiis stickers -
r t tlon. These It may In interfiling tit tli-.M- whodo
Iliaemgd'yet 1 to construct the I. to think lint bread ', In their wounds until they IMe1)memilglinllt .
best woman's shoes; made.Many bilked on (!nod FrilJI'I.ultl not :growmoldy not iilivudy know t.> hear that no .
; ; !sores causing
years of experience and and the hot cross bun was lu- ; more than: burlysift men can tfo up at I i I RSHI.Mi:
of the limln ;and very great i TACKLE OF ALL KINDS.: I
losetuily.. together with the i eluded la this lielief. Some one has a time for flection! Thirty-six th* ,
i and i
.. r N o.) 1 106 : skilled labor which we employ inI shrewdly suspe! 'td that the spice pre- number which exactly t urresondi !'i, long the contlnue, sutTerlmr.When has selected: here. I -- -
t I he manufacture of our giHuls, enables I lItrn'thl'm.. A pirn: of !bread baked with the numerals on the board and ::: -- o
Patent Oil l IM: hiChr ; us to claim without liiMtation j patch of cactus, backing away u few
I on this holy day perhaps I because of : of these, again; only I the very llttestare :!

f Goodyear Welt this line loin- '': Its holy character was supposed to ; chosen for final training and tippolntnieiits boundliii feet.! !sh"; high wilt In make the a air running and alUhtin jump, E. T. CONRAD & CO. THE GROCERS.

THE BEST FOOTWEAR FOR 0 have miraculous! powers if [prcsencd ,
in the middle of the p.ith( with all !
The house containing! it would not making of the croupier'1 tal; 'sj .

SOLD O.NLA HY THE PRICE MADE I catch flre. It was useful for L prexentj j j place during th.> dead I'1'huU: that !is. ,', four feet close together the hoofs I '.....,...............a..J.'!'.'. ..!J'!... .!I Itf)! !'uSSail /I! !\!
pointing downward) Then
; springing
.1 ;
from ullOutUI..t till the c'u.llIf )1<'
lag whooping cough; and if fed to cat ;'
cembcr, by which time It Is culcnlatudn out ngnln and repeating this oi-cratioii
j tie ill of certain diseases would cure
: THE GLOBE : smart man lie considered. lit to until she has chopped{ the roots of the ,....1 1 i i i -
I them. The natural deduction from all may ( if if if 11'1 'f rrj 111i ifi-if r>|Tif f ry f 7 f
cactus plant to t't'shu loosens and
t i this Is that In one country bread linked try his! paces In puMic.' The trill .in.; Is ;1 lJ
Indeed no play, but consists regular clears a space large enough for stand-
on a certain I day will work \111\ and thali..lll1 i :;
j utteuduiice: at the classes of the "ccole I Ii Ing room. Slip then will enlarge it by i
116 South Beach Street.iii'iiiiViViViiiViViVimViiViiiiVim : another on the same d.I,)' will
: Mateo
:, work good, which means that bread i j des croupiers" for six hours a day\ the ; pawing and digging! xilth her sharp )I Cigars. :
.1 i hoofs. Hum she gives birth to her
baked on that day Is about the same as exact time being:; from > to II in the iI I

. ... e .. .. .. ... ... ... '. bread baked on any other- New York I! forenoon and from to 3 In tu! after- young, in undisturbed security, knowing t

Tribune !I! inton. Uefore admittanci' to ihi i that she can leave them In coniparatixe -
'-- --- -
. -- -- -- -- ; "school" however, a medical cvuuiuu safety during the day and return -
h i.Wi.ii'ii.i......iifll...ii. ...w.Wifflr'. Wii.Wi. i i iii.r; !
1 thin has to Ki undergone: as well as ex- ;i to th..UIt night to give them Have Made
j jKvery
"'. t amluutions in ,'111'IJl'e arithmetic: : and j siiek. Should it l lie 111 a lix-ality where r

:e tests put with regard to t-orr *ct and eagles: nbound, however, tho mother j
J. W. FULQHAM : mother is a trained nurse, j 1
I I with the two unimportant exceptions | !lltu-nt Freiuh and retineiucut: lit'Ul'- : does not venture far away, as the soari i

cent. Yet would all these in 'il a man: lag eagle often swoops down ('11 the :
of the uniform lOll the wages. [
[','ali'i I III There Isn't greater waste of i 1 nothing should his antecedent\ : and young, tl1lllIth"11/ 11,1If ate is not ; .Reputation of
any lhlll'l j character not bar the !strictest and l there: to do I battle for their lives. H. I
than that spent In worrying: "- j '
most searching) M'rutll"riu!: this II. Cross in ( Vnturv i i
{Goods Hats Shoes and \ I I others are not dolug their duty. i iI Ii I
j en'll\\dse.1 j time of probation coins of the vnlui of i
i I A man may think he Is l IN's! of bill |
1 those will hate to handle thetables
they at Ilicoln end the Old \irglnillii. i i'abi'II'IIIU j
own home, but after his wife has I..ell l Their
I are not used, notes ln-lntf representcsl \\ wiis strong: man and a Own.
I he tlnds it Is the 'II
'f sick onco or i
by wiiuares of paper' of much i rnUIt'II'i1',111'1'. lie 1 was never1

I doctor. I, the same Klze and texture amid! the '! thrown which meant miu'h. for wre4tltu4 .

1 :i.:. There are a great many way, of tits l j! louis d'or being "uidfrstudii'd" by one 'i was a favorite: amusement with

i I' coming unpopular but one of the I franc pieces while!! the smallest stake Virginians: many of wlmni were asnearly I Tlu- success o I the &ui Mateo Cigar is one of I

.. surest Is to rush In where angels fear i ii jI permissible, the clumpy tIfrau"- '
invincible) ;as the! ancient Greeks.; tingreatest industrial
I I to trend. 1 piece, remains the same. I11 Lincoln too( could boast'1: |- triumphs'! of the East: Coast..

When a man comes home and a>ks .\ we have, however, already: ob- since till' (n'l'Z"
I in the same si>oi-t. "It is a curious -
: If "mother Is home" what he really j jI 1'1'1'1"1. of
i ",. l. tests honesty aro at times titian" Lincoln !said when WashIngton's '
I I wants to know Is If she Is lu the kitchI resorted to lu order to make Mire of :

f ".. ,I cooking.i the matt't qualities: in this respect Yet prowess! was first brought tohis ', Madf from the rliou-cstgtimtlis t of) toliami that tit llt'llill f
". attention "It 1 Is 1 u curious (!dug. I .
... \ =": i f there Is whipped cream on any old I lu order not to strain! this ]>oint too !i but that! is just precisely my ircordwhen "'I Li. -f l''Inridi and I 'the' Islanil of Culll':1.U jmMlmf, anti wrap-
/ t the table girl Is apt to think highly the the '
a management
thing on pays pro
t I was a youth. I could oulllft !IN'I! 1111 tinrich, silky loaf grown on East Const
t plantations
I "eml. ... that the requirements for a "dainty" I batk'iicr a sum of KiO francs a mouthsalary ,
any man In Illinois! and I never wasthrown. the ,
.S.4iIT : :: luncheon have all l-een met. Atchlsou\ ,1m'mLis/ pci'iod of training. If ItslIgeas: round now 1 > I"Igal' industry; of th > world) } has, never }!rIIH.I.IIIt'tI'q) } ; i

jr Club _- '1 The' dally "U'ssoiis" consist naturally should If pleased to hale a tns>le ; : ,:11.| all *
I : iy the ) hotels
If: enough principally lu the acquirement loading :1.1II1.IIIIs and by the Union I
; ulna him awl I rather believe' that one .
v ;. .: Filling a Pall Outll j of a alee iiuiulpulatloti! of the ball :and NI-V.S. t'iiiiijunv on train Tlorida! ) ,
= of the plain people of Illinois would If every entering
.:. It .e3' -_ :..: At a race course the other day a t this rake. In iiulck "head rtrkenluy"! ; I' -
able to \keep up his ('utllllalll..t: the tldVirginian.
sharper wagered 5 he could put more and In dextrotisly pltl'hiuUII'\ coins

a .- | water Into a black bottle than nny perj(I across: t-v that they seiu to fall In uuI ." _ tM I twenty sizes, styles and grades to seleet from. 1

son present. An Individual present at j orderly ;f>lden row, each !separate and lrlmnii> and I'tiUnicr. | kE

I I Fancy Groceries Drugs Etc. I once filled It the to bottle the sharper with water saying andpassed : distinct.A distinction. is made between candidates Matrimony! and patience! : It Is: notalways !: I I'OU' SALt: UY ALL I )ri\LtHS.' tl

u perfect combination! Is it? !
: "There; I think elw's an full us slit : for the trvntc-et-qiiarante tables In South Afrien the savage tribes haxe M.nufactur.d by I 1

Store on North Ridgewood Avenue, Daytona. can get. U you can crowd any more and those denoted to the more easily a I'ccullar cfremotiyhch! they put

;: :: water Into her mister go ahead." I j KrasK-d )game of"11,' men the uiatriuioiilal candidate through PI'l"I S. W. ROWLEY AN MATEO .l

Postuffice KINGSTON ILA.MMii word tb. sharper i iI sef\lia; the former tire at may tm>e I'LORIDA.ial }
Without 1111) lug a \U\ >is to his entering taw holy state ,
struck .11"aut isltor, of u dltlnctly -.
5 ;. i cork...l the bottle tightly. Then bl'l any Ills hands are tied up In a bag con j \."" _

:(''.'.44uuunlft noun. ..U.'.'.' .I "".'...'.'., .'.,ii.'.!.V.WftCuriosity \ ,, ,fltlunwwnuulwuuuhn'''': turned it upside down, and In the caliber. letter Thl'lrlllarh''I.class a, too hUln-r, are proiiorttoimtely mental- turning live (tats for two hours. If he : '::: - m }l
large hollow which Is found at the bottom bears untuouil the tortures of their! : -- - .
higher fIlllllIfroUl! ; 4i,KI i to I --
of most bottle III pourwl about a stiuKs he: Is l'l1ll.ldt'I'l'l111Ilallu\d tn eeLM-

111. 1.... .... .... .1.1111. .11111111 Sill ........ ...... I gill of water. "I'll trouble yon to handover iM 11 francs! a month! while tie! "chef with the naugUig, and daily jar mid fret : McClellan Edwards
723: and the Inspectors and sublllrl'l.tllr tManuacturer.
the money" he said to the stakeholder of marrleil life. Such a man would
I from 7."iO to 1.11111'" month, I
i I when he had done the trlrll.I make an aJuilralile husband. I If

i Sin. i I! He received the stakes\ and coolly with tl butitl also at the cud of the would not IK Upset by the thoughts of 1 of
is Not Always a season and the comforting! prospect of
walked off.- London Mall. a 1'l.'II"I..u when old age or slckuwscoutes a spring bonnet or gruw h'rnahle'I'l'Y i
I time the steak wan overdone. The idea I Window and Door Frames
aloe,, to lay them on the shelf.
1 .> I JarL.aU and frufodlle Cag.. of having u patience trial for those
Tlmt tttest- men tire also wll worth Itge't
1 I JackuLi and hyenas! art very fond of .s without rtyiiii about to marry Is one that (.j\.i1i7..lllt'O-( I I Window and Door Screens. '

i It will pay you to investigate :.i : crocodile eggs. The former Is the more .\ !lesser grade of intelligence Is re I file miglit adopt.

.i I HUivessfiil jH.a.-lK-r of the two. :Nutlves iulre! | at the rouije-t-t noir liounl yet ... liilniiiiil I 'I' ii mt... I'ni.i t, t .01"1-! ;all.\, ..,i/fc.i >.t.i._ |i.. Brut k.
'I'loe I..t Ilr.erll.eJ .0..1. -
that the
of : of central Africa !say !here, too, the salaries are such as ionsa .
: the prices and quality our .[ I Jackal has: siiteeu eyes, w Ith one of 1 I civil M-rvliv clerk wlj.Lt11 envy Sptke, In his narrative of the Journeyto ts, llaliiMciHand) I Kail: \: \\.1 !i.t i Stan irl'nnli Wink.Missinn :.
| which he watches tt.1'"Ki end with i ii earned too. in a lovely climate and the source of the :Nile, descrilies the FlllllltUII'.1! an.x kimi inul.,, tll! Chair, :-\.-t- =

GROCERIES # :| the fifteen others he looks out for the bearing in mind that given fair health largest snake! that bai: ever been seen ttvH.StaniN.Tubk-:\
I i-rocodlle. The hyena, on the otherhand by man. "I shuddernl." he says, "as Tuinititf ami S.-M. Sauinit.We .
iud: a steady devotion! tu duty, the apolntmtut -
hm all his, I locked 1\10011{ the eiTi'-t' of his tre1
grot-dy. :
| ,
bl'1ug'l'ry [ may be considered ktooil for will
: considerable : falls meiulius dying! strength For yard-t shortly h-gin making): ) strictly highgradeMoulding
We can save you > eye on the eggs and M> often : a ;i iI all the uutu's wuikln; 1It'.- !leading
IIrouu.'h..r.! ., he ,
f In lay grass bushes! and Jsaplings J
.[ fi within to th* woI also t<. the nltlniHt! {pension In rl ''igui I'
> i tkuilwi hltUu The un t1\ eli say 1\1(). In fact everything t'"H.t'lltfull for interior u.:>e.Our .
of faithful services The
: $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ :! I I that the crocodile sometimes knocks: the roulette croupier starts at"salaryof 150; grown trees were cut clean off as j

.. I Its prey off the bank or off the canoe francs a mouth and may rise to 40Ui if they had been trimmedvith an tinmeter j ( ) work i is all made fnm, the I Ucst Selected Stock

> i I wide with iU tall jaws.I and. then seizes, It with its ;i francs, and! he also \f the recipient of measured seythe.was 51 The feet monster aunt 2>, iiu-hM when i,I' with\ the object" of iriving: : 'r:1t'tioll.: Ask for what

open an annual bouuat the end of the
i S. W. CARROLL i I | In extreme Ii'nth.'hll: Itrolnthl' t
it i I I According to the &0". i i iI "grand !season." It should also be thickest portions! of its body the girth I' you( \ niaj want
observed that while "on duty" the k
.I 'i j Miles By the way, old man. dj you strain b cimlmuouEach man b"rl'IIl'.I" W-HH nearly three feet. j jI

: % The North Beach st. Grocer. : j I I' believe In dreams? (Jiles You bet 1'I every two hours when oocurs I Estimates Cheerfully Furnished.
Iwltur. I
I about a mouth I ,
i 1'I do! night ago/ that curious little ceremonial of ;

.. Telephone' I [ 1 ) No. M) ''!' '..j dreamed bedside and that an said.angel"I"repare apl'l'lul'llnt for theworst" my turning"umttt'iof the form"cushion to c"w on his he chair has hidden u- neither If it cut were so not much tor nor labor relish men so pleasantly could Look Fur the sign on North Kidgcwond Avenue.

1 ........ ........ ............. ........ .... .....I.Ii.I'ohldah i I Well i Giles then-The tliM81'llt'Ilrt'll.very neit day Miles our'!:' no coin beneath I ja '' healthful ui of1.t'V nor so so useful soundly so slrou norm* nor sot I I 'both''' 1 li-:* 1 1.\> YTI( ) N.F' 1A.

The which
: a )es ut n. way enlist In1'uttuuu'a
- ----- i I cook left and my wife has been dolug ranks litbetween twenty- sotlt"nt.( so noble or so untempted _
I the cooking ever ginee.-OilCflgn News i ii Jeremy Taylor

Necessary as the Keystone !!i I'I I, IBoy' i live general and and Ihrtthl'!! derogatory. : adventurer.acceptation In the of'I' I II'ur.up ......a... .. .I' ............ ........... ........... . .,. !.'!A.Y. .
-- l A % l r.v. iI i tbe 1'u/ile i
1)l 7 all.1t is glltltl pllllllhing tll :-wi- that term having no chance \\ Iuh.r.tb"I' ,
to lilt' : I I "Mamma" asked the little boy" He It's Impossible fur any one to im '

t. -' nation anti jfrfet-t health in the hume I I i I what dow this story mean by talking i K-lng no place for Mich under A';'! demand you women. You're all puz I DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS < 1
the red and
black Cag of M. lUauc. 70I
MaIey zles. SheVLlch! .
Wove tiTjj risks I'V 'tltting;; inferior api>ar- abont a great grandmother? Aln't all proves that you men
; lion: few
II" I of the older: meu one still miteetaaud .
areall.tubboru. I
l>tbne tablet grandmothers great?" !1I He--Why? :She-Shu .
., and |hnnglilig, imlilTi-iTiit) 1'1' eart'"hdvork :I,I j!i iI there are u')w less of them every ply wolf glee us up. '- l'hl.l.I'lplll! !! I DII.U.VitlAM: :' I'ri'priaurHK.s .;. A
"borough } ''' | j yearhave "won their spurs"on other '
l 1.\uSI' it's a bit i-lu-aper.1 : I'N"oi.
I Tim I* Money.Those j :
; i I ____ I | snll.1.11 KblluHl DIIMir
k Insteail aegis before the tickle! gortiU-ss was II
.. fairly; ] for materials amigave I who are five minutes late do :!.J
11'e .j1.irt. I I driven into evile on the fair shores of : K\I.\Ui.Ki':
IinpnrtHi.t.Vhat \1\\: \1.\ I.I iri'i.imu I'LUI\till\G
to the order of the world ';. KK-: '
tess more upset !I
a walk ,11I'1'.2,,.'\ wc're nut sati.fuil! to put[ i, the Mediterranean. Such who have j "\ wrt of a man Is JitnsonT" SVUIMl TIICEPIIa IIF IIIIf
|. than all the anart'h >iu. Saturday j j \I.I. 1\11:0\:\. WIMrtWl' iMHillFltAMKS. ;

,;:},t to each ill ;allY thing hut the \Ut. r-ftter our i|!I Evening Post. !i i grown gray in her service rememtvri "Oh he's one of those fellows who : ,;. : Stall |Ii( ittla. "loliK: 1 11:11'\1'0.' Mil XTLItS., 'VI-

lib.1 fn.iu iKrti.r anti i Houiburg mad HJ.j"lI-H.ld'n. have lively send their washwoman a check far $::: IET111: :[" Itl.tklls: < ,
bill\ than a law-r nut ,. t m.l| ( M.\> ,,.tl. "I'l.iin
I Uiriuorle* ex en of those halc.\OB and spell it 'cheque-! Louis! I'ost-
[ they ei Men are av constituted that everybody I days when the think: of the : .d .." .II''I..t 4 ( : ti.. Il"'t4.- ti. |KST: :: Mol' 1.1'1.\1--! ; .
r'110 'rligglaLs ; was: nbratt.b. .
; undertakes what he sees another
I : \i\\.i\- l:! I it nnj >::1 ,.",i' Kitiit-r: I'lu. .
burue out the -- ? : .f .
through wladowa of I ivpushNo
successful in, wtothwr he has aptitude opvti ;

;: \ '!nI.; D.I Carmichael I I', for it or not-Ooetna. II the now decorous Kurhaus In1...- I It takes! t wise maa to discover a I Advuiice iu Pikes. although muteiiul has gout! up iiuiu 4J to ;y

t 1 tJatloll.- Luadoo F&UU&U UIU.u. wise mEln.-DloiUU 1 i 80 per cent. We Screeii your house and ttuui-uutee the fit. Ip

..,;xk Let us j .oar ...0'"/, DAV10NA.FLA 06000 !.. .,<,*.*,..* .......!...,.!*.",-!) ,.........,... !' !!,!,.,. !.*.!,(,!J! ta..ut. !,


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F ; .....*.................... mince from iSeabreeze reported $;i5 fa\ W/r Nmyir Vrw"Virv 'NNm

5 SEABREEZE and : raised by subscription; whereupon .
z the Town Council voted $:'S; making -

| a total of t.f 80, to be used for
i the purjose. Daytona Beach had GRAND
: .eeeeeeeeeee........8..... not yet reported. I In view of lack of 1flAI

SeabreWe, J UIIC .'bt- .W .\. Bag- funds) just now, the councilmen of
Daytona> Beaca were of the opinionthat IiiD CELEBRATION
gett and wife retained Monday afternoon kJUU
they would have to rely wholly} \
from a \\eek's'isit with relatives j
for the raised
on subscription money
in Jacksonville. While there
I I in this corporation. The circulars
Mr. Baggctt secured a good position

A for "Billie Boy" at the box factory | are being printed, and every haste _' _" .' :. .. .. __..: :-'..__: __ .:-_' __ ..-_. =- .. -_ '_-: ,...._. ,. --_' .-__ -_ _,. _- .'-._. 'h --- -'" .. .------ --- --.---' --
will be made themin
h1 possible to put
at Cummer's Mill. Mr. Baggett has
I ciculation. as people are already
many good words for Jacksonville
r making their plans for the summer.
as the hustling, bustling business
Children's [Day at the Congregalioual -
metropolis of the State.
L I Church lat Sunday afternoon

nineroom was a great triumph for the

,..hil.lren.II.tol1 and(
Dryer's t
*. on his lot just south and adjoining
recitation by Catherine Jones,,
; songs
will l
the Colonnades. C. C. Gillett
Josie hit hercll and Agues Lowe;
do most of the work. TIle lumberis
already on the ground an.l work Alice Daveiu'ort's snug; jecitation 1t 1
I v. Maude jldlt'rsoli'l; bv. Violet t
will rapidly forward under Mr.E *
go Middleton, ucrcll splendidly rendered -
E Y j Gilmore's immediate supervision)
sail dish much ere :tit to the
The cottage has been engaged for
; little: \ folk's as well as to Mrs. .\lidiodsmrk.
the inter season.
t ( ; who ha I I ihe ? in ci ar;':"c..vhileThe .
f Miss Florence, Crocker, since tl e
i '. l rendered b
ILly City
h close of Rollins: College, h.i- bti I. 1o
.1 Ir:s. Came Lockwo-id, .tut I iiei.tei
visiting with jli* Lainhart, one d
r.i nillCT,. :.1ltl j tri\.iive t Ik t.) tl.ciildren .<
: her associate teachers, at P.di.
: by Dr. Marsh, fitted as ;.
4 Beach. She arrived here Thursday
?r- i. irnionious, climax to the; occasio: .
t for a visit with her parent-.

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crocker, unt:1:l _

I tlie first of August, at which tit:.. V.I) ton i Batch: -me -'1. -. Dr. .lUd i

she will leave for a year's stud; x'Its. x':1111'.d.alt luve moved inl-

[ abroad, to return more fully qualified .- li.eir handsome upnlnusnt.- the

to resume her responsible: l'OrI'i' i Duct 01's business: bKnk! on Sea -:
t. ..
t i tion at Rollins.{ proem: Avenue. a

.t.-. The colored excursion party that )Ii"slau.1 ;till I Ethel: S'trntlu-r AT DAYTONAIe

U i came down from Jacksonville Mon' and Miss Flon'iK-e! )Horn l lft Tuesday ::1. .

i day afternoon remained over and afternoon to spend' the IC

I' thoroughly "did" Seabreeze and! a>vay from home. The Misses Stro- cc 04'

Daytona Beach Tuesday II1IJmin flee will go to Sulphur Springs, N.
f Mr. and Mrs H C. itucklaml will ['., and Miss Horn to Ohio Both

t. a, spend the glorious I Fourth at De \\'illlJtc' with relatives. The young

Leon Springs, where they \\III'i il ladies: expected to stop over for a I

I' Mrs. Buckland's] J arutts. Mr. and lion visit with the Misses: Lambdin Uoder Auspices of blifax Rifles I

; t Mrs: J. S. Yelvingtoii.! in Jacksonville. Quite a delegation

t, L. Z. Burdick will leave July first 1 from their club went to the depot to

c to join Mrs.: Burdick and Glace at see them off, bidding them "God

. r- their old home, Scranton, Pa. Liter speed" with the club }'ell.I. ... _. IlL
i }. "t they will visit in Carbondale and .. Z. Burdick's force have about t L. -- -i-.r-'n''UI"' r-l --- .. _:"" '_.__' _:': : :_ '_: ___:_- _- ._._ -...-_'. .- ___ _'_. '.._ ... ... .. _-. -".--. -_--,,._

,..., 1 return home about August: first completed Mrs. Obla&s's: cottage nee tt

t Mr. and Mrs. Pcikins l and Lucillt south of the Wilson property.The .

of Daytona, have brew spending the
name of the literary society
week] here, at the home of \l r. anti
lately formed by the consolidation
f' '' Mr;. Uaggett, looking after tha interests I
of the Halifax Book Worms and the I
t of the chickens and garden
r Halifax( Girl's Club will hereafter be

The !books of J. B. Crocker, town known as the "Halifax Lits," so decided 'I

: treasurer were audited this week! at their meeting at the parsonage k ,

..:-' _. and found diriect. They were swell II Tuesday: night, where the club

t It kept that he was complimented, were delightfully entertained by
; + theieon by the oth'cials of that committee .r t: '1 rtle
r1 M fr. and Mrs. :Wraith:; and their bright
) as evidently being the right t and
gentlemanly boys. 5 b f
EII' man in the right laoe. i I I
The news of the death of Mrs.I

r Marshal J. (j. Martin was: around 1 Rush, mother of Prof. W. .\. Hush, i _

this week with hU nntue to pr oof a paryletic stroke, which occuned: 1 .. III

. petty owners to lear the street in )Monday. DeLand, was quite a

t front of their projH-ity) ] their parkages shot to her many friends here, and .:

r 3 .; and premises, of{ the weeds and 1 Professor Rush and his sister certainly !'

.. high grasses. This is right and 1 have the heartfelt sympathy ] I' ;C

everybody should comply as a matter of{ the community in their bereave ''j', lie

of self-protectiou in abating the ment. The death was all the more rI r
nuisance before( it is well
mosquito I
I cruel coming as it did while Miss __
inaugurated; however there are Rush was enroute to Oregon, and J -a !I ..:
: certain localities, such in front of{ -3 ;
as I could not be
rearluby wire in i I
: unopened streets, and even opened 1 time to be with her mother at the ;

streets, that it is the province of the I It last.: The body was brought: from i4 ;

town to remove the tall)) weeds: that [DcLaud here, and the funeral services

i ir.-. 4 are now waving their seed-laden were held{ at the M. E. Church
branches to every breeze undis:: iiitl .
: concluded the .
at grave by lie\' .
l turbed. A word to the wise dispensers Add
: )utau Smith. The }pall) bearers
f of city government is all 1 w ere: Geo. P Johnson, George T

that is needed; "precept is not so Gardiner. R. M.[ Mellery, S. E. Gilmore Fait.-,

contagious as example." I and L. %. Burdick. The lloril -

'I.: Mayor Ballongh and family I will 1 < offerings were beautiful.: and numerous ,
F occupy the I \\"Igwam" on the beach 1 and were used by Mrs. Rid 11 a ','

this summer. Mrs. Kamara, Mrs way 1, and Mrs. Johnson in

Ballough's mother will be with i Jig the grave after the 'dce'ora-I were I

them. concluded.

Mrs. G. C. Middleton, of Crescent The Halifax Book Worms Junior \:::.-.. \
Beach, i is visiting with her brother net iu regular session at Mrs. F. c.lIcu's .

A. W. Middleton and his .\ this week
: family on I and adopted i .1M
Ocean Boulevard. orange and black as their club crlrs. I- i,' ... i I
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Their : : :
( :'
next ""
L. li. meeting will
Chazel ami family, of Ocala, be
are occupying the "Miami," one of F with George Horn. :1..
\ the Kochersperger cottages on the Mrs. Jud ;e Spear anti Mr andjanders ::-

beach. '.; ofMadison, Ga., are guests r ;.tal

I S. .1. of>f Mrs.' Hiurks. at Sea Gull Cot 1Idia
Thomas and family: cf f .
tan a.f I Water 11
Gaiucs'ildlll\ r
have been at t the
Breakers for several wetks! will I'n.lV.. A. Rush: and wife r and I Sports

It'ain a day or two for ColoradoDr. His. Jten.nt ittt for Nashville: ... .,.
f IVnn yesterday, where t they will .u
W. J E.: [ ,
Diggett wife and I hal))', spend the summer.
It who have had the Navajo for tIll
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Hankins
past month, will ,
probably remainduring
of>f )Da)"toiia, have taken one of the
the season. Dr. Diggett.
who had been in New York for ten Larson cottages en the heath forhe BARBECUE
t summer I
day or more, returned the forepart t t
of the week. TIlt''ontr.ll't for the Biighamnitage e j

of which mention was madeast :rfiti
The union 11h't ing I.f the 1.. I
towr.sof '
wt rk,1a5 been Itt to Geo 1 P. I
St-abu-e/f' and Ittltona lie.iihmentioned lohnson. It is to be ,
a five-room

w suited in apj-oiating in la-.t week's-.imiiiiiice i issue. I t- II t I II willing pi ogress, and the truck i ia: already Tc% ) BAL 6AM rs :

from each town Lr the puri-ose offcoluitmg f .Mr.I and jl 1':.. Craig leave for ) 6RAD A1 I

L money for adwilisingtheir ('hautau.pia.' N. Y., on the : /lhl to 1 I! :: lnlq, 'j
aUral lion
committee coitsi i'l-t sl peiiil' the summer: ; _
ingof t three membeis fiuia each The :;:: ,
tVnufery Association met i inegnlar : : ,1lId' hum nl '
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council, in the ----- .
save -
case .f( f B t J J Y
r the 1- I
session: : at Beach ]House = J I ,
.. j'
1 : ...
_ Holt, who las chaigeof t the Breakers I,ast 1 Friday) .11II ,1 \ ,,'J ::1"", !I. I ,,ill 4
and is .. _' 1" "
taking; an activ illIHt'h1 MU I Iae'i: iae Godfrey: of Satstimaleiihis I '..1 ";" ,,,,, I. I f y"

in mittrt-men pu-liin weio.the :matter.1)Van) The\.117 cum 111 l l1tev. I Mls1 is \ I'ltlllgIIh: her ;= Reduced Railroad Rates from AHEverybody Po /t fah.:eltn I ;:\;: .'uhh It
< (Vales, on the I beach. btPr'l 't.u'i\\\ 1..' h t i:' 1 1I
: Ad.lymun: :Suuih, and. I A. r.'I'I LI .Ill,) pin 11.. .1, ,L d ; .--
t Branch of Daytona |It{ .;ih; aaij (; "\\anled.Lulyor; f'' If--;\. IL 1 1 .1.| 'in.11111.I I Ii I- J I 1. ...1..0
.1. BalK.uoh, (". )F. Burgnuu and I B l ;! foie, I: .!iliu>Ati..ii, to travel travel gentleman for firm "of ill .1\: a: ,,:alt.nOlltlIIa I : : ,; -i'' lidR.. ..

.1. Holt, of :1etkhM'/t: '. I <:'JU! HM capital, salary 1.07- I Cordially I Invited t I to Par tnt. ., ,.1.1.,. .. ..f ,I.. ,I .., IlIr
l er year. payable weekly 1' : i: :I bll: .tl 'III-' "' ,
At an adjourned. .tillg of the expenses'.dvauced i i ;i ."Hit, t ;1 ''i.. : :,;, ::: r-
a Address: Geo. G. l'lows,1 ..f1':1'1' 1 t I"I I.III .1:1 I .t .ubtl
l"Oull"lllast Monday iiight, the com- : 1 Javtona, Flu. .JAI.IIIJJIIIIIIJJII IIIJ .. ..,
r 1/jj j j mTIf\f f'WV'JY"i\) ''f'J) v IIJIIIIJa'f\) V '\UurV 111'1118..11\ \) \J JJ 1 y ; '\J'J 'VY" U IJvW :::",./.r.j: ,!i id'I II: ,-I.'I.d:1 II-I'I ill:. eh'j I I' \, v.cyUJ .

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LOCAL EVENTS. When you want bargains in Mrs. Taylor, a colored woman of i DR. HOUGHTON

.t. I Rush Beach estate at the or Hub to rent Cafe a 107 house North, see Midway, died Thursday night. 'I i DKNTIST.llic ; F f. i, Call Mercantile Company.--

'?' antI Stthe wheels street. tf J. W. Fulgham i is having a li\ NEXT TUESDAY.

tBe sure go room -: :Snin < )|"'!;i Il.-u-e ( tlI''l'S""I'S to Hcndricks( Mercantile) Co.) .
Phone HAN cottage erected on Main street,
Fourth but remember MXS:
J-'jonnd on the your drug wants. n I

tjbatif'the wheels I of your watch'Von't Attorney E ford Hly, of leLan l Kingston I'none: :;:'. Goods Shoes Ladies' and Gents' Fur
I\erylllector Shout 'I urn Out and I .. Dry
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round, bring it to us.'e was a Daytona. Win. Allen and daughter, Mrs. I! t
a'- go ?
1? sake i spei-ialiv of watch I rcintirin )! E. W. Butler Emma Edick, left for the North Cast a Ballot (minx Mr. Rienian tNett o +aaas nishing Goods, Trunks, Suit Cases, Etc.

3 f LII.I HII\\ tl' C'I.f Shaw, of Ormoud were and visitors Uev. 11. B.iu Wednesday.Mrs. and Associates a franchise I i F. B. PENOR, j: Largest Stock, Best Assortment,

the city this week. Hall and children from Tncdawill. t- ui the

_ Dr. Houghton's phone is J]. South Florida, are guests of Mr.I and serial election! to determine whetheror l i I CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. \ Lowest Prices. 4

MissYilkinson recently tool the Mrs. not (Cliailes: b'ieman: : and his; i
1'F. L. Corwin visited with Daytona i J. D. Male)'. 5 All owl, \011'\ in a -I''t. S
:State Examination in Latin and associates shall be franchise v Cor. Beach St. and Ave.
\[ friends last SUllll:1y.'I' reteived Dr. \\'. Davenport) leaves today : granted a : 6 i In-- am'. I \tiiikiiiiinliki. inaiiiu. Magnolia ,
''x. a standing of 9G. to operate' a railway over :and : 1.11..tialll-.l.d tin I.-- tli.> iiiHiki-t 9
I Daytona = Florida.ffYiii'HYiuiiYfYiiYfViYfiYm .
'f ,-W'. H. Stevens, of the Journal, A number of Ormoud have for New York, where he expects to alllI.l'l'l. tain ,reels: in the City IIf> 3 afi'r.t ft ,
people remain about -- -
; in Jacksonville: last Sati two J Davtoua.) I 0 a .. .. .. .. .
t.tiiculated been visitors to Daytona this week, Plans and Estimates: Furnished:; ...'.1' ....,..... i.i.'i", ..i...I Wiii'l Wi..iil Wiii I'ii, iii,'ii,'M!
A. P. of \\' Palm ) felt the need of 0 5Jft :;:
s 1rday. bent on business and pleasure. Anthony, es; 1101)1'1111.:1": long I l I.t: "ft..ft..III./ .,-... 9 A. I). ncKUIDC I'. N. f'IMlAD
Coleman left Tuesday Beach is in the city, looking after a line to the county I capitol, and the 1 9 :: President Cashier
Harry :
Miss Lena Orrel : ,..tollnf lio\ _!.'.",. Fl.-i '
of White City, his ; li.ivtona. e "
S morning for Oala. where he has sal business interests at this place. Gaxette-NYws feel: confident that i a

cured position. Sunday enroute last to Virginia to see Geo., stopped H. Poppell.over on I I W. Abercrombie, of Sew Smyrna: : the presentel faith and| it'intend loners air to ad ing in I'I'grltlll o>saoacao.Iaa0tte.eeo.aa OOOO aI MERCHANTS BANK I.

: 'Useyour phone! IhNKixs de was in the city Wednesday, the completethe I :: Kran-h Volutia, County Hank. ;;

T! :Mrs. William Jackson pave an informal of his road just as soon its possible i .................................................... :: Stocl : ) \
Vj\'ers drug store wants. guest son daughters. .................................................... :: 'ajiital!} ; .q i.J
dance at the Cedars Tuesday) :Stories: various kinds, ; as U i \lo.lIal' : 6i

f Miss D'm', of Miami is visiting evening in honor of Miss[ Yarborough I! H.T.. E. Micklcr has been in in such cases have In-cn circulatedto <<1 I i |I:i! Neville H. ClarkOPTICIAN. ; ;:= I't'rs"nal Liability 100,000Transacts ;Ii::
i Ocala this week attending the State I i : a (iencral Banking's :;
> WilliamI1l1 John
'leer brothers, : the effect that "K'icman\: has "sold <
Convention of Epworth Leaguers. 1 .: I tll.l.l"TIII1A111o: : IX .AM I'AKT.s err 'Till: nit XTHY. i; '.
'Byne at this place. Mr. and out, etc. The editor of the <(< ;a-i
Mrs. Will Xash and son I 11!I III

r;: ,Miss Katie ]Poppell, of Seville, is have moved into the W. B. Reed J. H. Horner, a popular St. Louis yette-Xews i is in !position to \know .. ; 4 PER CT. INTEREST ALLOWED ON CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT. :

traveling man, was in the city.Veil differently and I we can eoiiseientiouly : ""'\., ,... :
ber brother, Arthur Poppelland house North :.:. f. .. :
on Beach .:1b'
Visiting street for ,
& =
a Stirt I I l..: Itt
( < .\ logo-u 1..1 'ul' {:
i npsday: the of Leon ) readers. that Mr.liicman :: ; ;
this place.kits. short guest : nssiiie: our .... \\ ',.'. ...1 i
wife at time.
I .... C' ..'.. :%auuuuuuuuuuwuton. . . ... .. .VNm .ruuuuAr., .. }pwutnntunwruuimuuurlwlutAU tt'G
sold I
has not :; out. neither .. .. 1
has nedeli !
Bakery a \- ,
Mcllvaine[ of Gainesville
Pauline Mrs. -- --
F. J. Niver and her mother
the finest t of its kind in dot's he expect to. :: :* .,.
3 was at the Morgan House for Mrs.[ Carson, left Wednesday for ery wagon, As he work :: hycs:; I hxaniincd: I r !ivc. .:.:
It turned <(< soon as ( commences I is
town. was out' by i. A.Foye. :
.,several days this week. Dawson, Pa., where they will spend on the railroad it will bring pro-' .... ;... DAYTONA '
:.:. \II'arl.( .I\\n( :Ston' :.:
Now is the time to read: Seethe the summer. perity to the city during the 111111'1'-1 ..,. ...t

new'novels at CUUK'S. and select Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens. Mrs. John Click, of Jacksonville! wise dull summer months: and |,I, ...'........................................................................................................ TRANSFER *

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was a Da'tona'isitor Monday, and when will closer in I h I .t r., i' 'lr
What you want. Come in and try one and get a pen completed bring : s t

The city tax hooks clo". Jul1st.I ., that suits your hand spent the day with her parents. Mr.I touch the |>'ei'|,lt' of the. "mty. In C. C. BOHANNON and LIVERY- .

GKO. H. and Mrs. John Gardiner. addition, it will give a material reduction -
and all taxes not I jaid i..y that time4'x CUltlAgent.. 1 Physician: ;and 1I1'g'I'"n. C. 1;. Jott\S: I 0\: Proprietor -
in the .
will heroine! .I.iu'l; M-nt. Hannah Botefuhr, of Daytona E. M. Condit spent a day in Jacksonville freight rates. I '
Every elector should\ go to the 1l1Ii..- o\-| til.- .\t tt and I'\.II''adl'. |{ .

j T. G Hutci I in.son. of ..l.ukson"Tille each, was married on :Sunday; lastto last week, and whilo there poles next Tuesday and cast: -t r..t. 11.\\ 1'0\\: lYouiitA.t'lioti I hn I the I Be: >t Liverj in the ('it)' withwhite drivers familiar with .. ,t

a Mr. Murray, who had but purchased a handsome surrey lie It"tt'l '-
:; was in I'.i\t na Sunday and recently in favor of the. fruiiihise. '1'I." Ni>. t L oil road- 1 arrived in that town has one of the neatest rigs in town
.Monday and audit d the city books. If rail-I .
Daytona: a motor 1 - -

i. George II. 'i.irl. is getting the Dr. E. L. Stewart and family have J. \\'. Wilkinson depailcd' yesterday way to I Ielauul) \ it is probably now I Daytona I ) : 1 'rt's:;sin0: andlllii 'Phone 27 Opposite Public School

material on tl.e round for a new leased the Knowleton cottage at the morning for Los Angeles (California or never. I

i front to his building on Beach corner of Magnolia and Palmetto where he exacts to make] his Vole for the franchise.* I l tll':1IIillg': I.: talI1i:,,> ,hII'it. I .:

avenues, for two and to future home. Knronlehe' will visitat .
years expect 1-lfJllK'il.
ii-lltS(; rlotlw -
street. 1.j Ulul s |pttd '' I

i: occupy it very shortly. Jacksonville and (Cincinnati.' tw'I'I|\ .01, al.-o ilrt-K-iiial 'i'i! !
Mr and Mis. Lee Id llt.'l't', of THE RED 1EN"ILL Ask

r;* Jacksonville, were guests of Mr.I and W. \V. Austin has his swift! little Leverett Cutton, son of Mrs. A, l r\: -J.\\\I\ Dr: LYONS)

; Mrs. R.'II McDonald, ) ou.Ianll: boat "Sho-Me" again in commission, Staples, of Boston who has been attending \ BANQUET. I I'>T r.I tI. MIEMAN. Iratoua.. I'IaR i

Tuesday. and says she will outrun anythingin the Tot.It Institute, Boston, i
Mr. FosterWhere
her own class and push the is sending his vacation with Mr. *. 1
and Mrs. Howard( Y. :.Stillman
Mr. larger boats to keep ahead of her. and Mrs. Staples, on 'ti,hlshi avenue One of the Leading Lodges Will Banquet I ,
e entertained Monday evening in ,
Full line of the National Biscuit the l\enin; of the
Lonorof their guest, Miss I Joyce, of( Monday an excursion containing EALTY ;
to Go When to Go How r
Co.'s the .
goods at Gramliug Bakery.A ,
Fourth of ,
\ I Jul.)
&: Augustine. twelve l'oadlloa4\i of( people arrived I ENTALS

'Why go round with your eyeslalf pomegranate bush or tree in in 1 Daytona from Jacksonville. Mostof I '1'ht'l'ribemfIe: I\ Men.I lhitoiM \'- '' i to Go, in Florida, Cuba, Nassau, t

the front yard of W. H. Edfl und- crowd colored.
were propose' : to assist: t in observing
closed, ,lien a pair of smoked
Jamaica West
son's place on Hidgewood is attracting returned I to .1acksunvilh'1'IteLn' afternoon. Independence I Hay by giving a banquet INSURANCE Indies or anywhere
'glasses will relieve you? See the ,
considerable attention. The and smoker the ol I
on evening
-assortment at CI.\KK'>. in the South : : : : :
bloom is very handsome, and thereis .hail) Itl!. Uiliivrs I : will be install': d Loans Investments.
The ) Ball Club will play ,
Miss Dorothy Purdy arrived here fruit various stages of growth. first: two candidate! will he adopted :
at St. Augustine next Thursday, : HE PROBABLY KNOWS=== j
last Saturday afternoon, from :Montgomery I Nome li.trg.iins m
Mrs. James 11. Meagley left Monday and! then the baii'pict: \ will be' :.I'rmd.t ti
r Alabama, where she has .. June L'rith. Anyone wihinr. ) to go held COTTAGES.J ttFFli '
for Toledo, Ohio where bM .' \ a meeting Wednesday .lACKSiiXVILLK: : E'!: I't.
can rot'curea rate of $ :5.Hl< for the .
been school. ::1'
will meet her husband and visit:: round trip, by applying to Manager night, a committee consisting < l i 1 ::' III'! "I n'd. Next: Block\: PM-IOW Windsor Hotel.OT1IKI.1 \. 1{
'rhos. have tico.' P. .Jtlhu harryVih"u and ++++++++++++t++++++++++tti +
and Later u. ,
Keating family with his parents for a time. I .
ir .arrived from Ialatan\ have taken I Mr. and Mrs. Meagley will go to J. I). Malcy. Frank 15. l't'uur was appointed(' to ; J i (ieo. J. VandeVord J ti r I C :!:
I- possession of the Ocean )House Daytona Minneapolis, Minn., to spend! the Mrs George F. Smith returned! make the uccccssary arrangement: ',, + I I M: AiiirustimPalm: I Brariiliuui.I Havana.: Washington. i ,

home Sunday afternoon from Jacksonville for the entertainment. This rudi :i i + Builder and Contractor. +
; Beach( for the next four II
summer.J. ., + + I No Fees Ever Asked or Accepted. .
,months. where she went last: weekto mitteo is hard at work pi rfc'timigarraurn'mcnts 4* \I.:..t Himl' 1111'111..1 li'I I \" :Ip y+
A. McCollough, who was at one Claud and I wife. and! line :: + I is isI
visit her entertainment \
son, a | \ lifli ': T -
We deliver your phone orders time in the employ of Gardiner + | n.iliii.s i ml.'t'-l|,|| I' ,'I t + ......... .........................................
Mr. and Mrs. Claud :Smith; expect[' to is promised the invited guests: : ,I. uaiila in"''I| IIOIIMhiiilt. : :ai i +

1 promptly. 11.\\1I\:', the druggist. Brothers, but is now interested in come to Ha'tona'I'ry) shortly for a NextCtyhtesdav\ night, .lune :.;. : ++ r>.a: >oiiaiil ,..,..*t it w I'II'"rh.: } von I i. ++ \ : MALLORYLINES i
+ "ri BI1rku: tiutiiinii +
I 1 :p-t 'n\ | | ,
Excavation is in progress for the potato culture at Hastings, was overfrom visit with former's parents. the Tribe will hold\ another meeting. : i-fiin-iii work a Nin.ialt\. t .. .

t -foundation for the new brick building that place Monday visiting in to complete arrangements and drill ;; +T I ) ) ;and i (Ifesiih-nte: .cm,1',1 1 TMiie 4 : :
returned Mrs. S. II. Moscley
lIe to
at the corner of Orange avenue Daytona Beac l. the olliccrs elect in their new duties I It iisia ;air and :'I''ond1.: J : .

3 and Beach street, which will be that place Tuesday. Miss May, departed where Monday will for .members are earnestly: requested l .I +. ++++ +++++++++ .+.+ x+++tI ++ : SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS :
Waynesville\ N. C., they --
erected by E. T. Conrad. WLat ili! Lily Water? Call at to be present' at this JUt't>tiug. .1- .
join Mr. Moscley. During the summer ..". .'iiii",,",,",, iiufeiiiitifitiiiumiiiii'PURli /' : STEAMSHIPS. :
the! electric light plant. The officers to be installed at the
Hugh Bracey, the enterprising : they will conduct a hotel at that ; i 0 :'" i .in; fiin-t Inn nielli > yutll.,1| | | |pa"IIW'I' - .
r' Dr.) C. C. Bohannon is at presentvisiting weetittgJill I) 1th, are: F "a,1.
clerk Ga/.ette-News will
; at the Atuood Pharmacy, is i IKiint. The keep :: \n i\KUCKi\VIIMi : r,
i H.: S. :-iulallwotlll-Sal'hl'lli.1 .
out of town for a few days, and )Ir. in Sac City Iowa. He experts them posted on Daytona doings during : : T :si vi'KKooMsui: : : : l'oITIEI.11.It.TEIW,: : ; : ; .

Hankins he is flying to leave next week for Rochester their absence from the city.The i J K.: M. ldlt'r1'1"Opllet. :: i : important "? ?,..?. -IIII', ,.. H. ?? 11.1" a ,1.1I.'N'' ,.M t,, riIt.d : i
says making a will take a (Icii.: P. ..Johuitln':1'ni,1':: Saga- rub f I JuicesN l :11.- -iiiiiiili.-r, I"'tlt".r, tin- M-UIIII .'apanty: of !lumiijr HullM, ilitidiniirin .
visit to the Isle of Pines.tDr Minnesota, where Hanover : I all\'a."g..I.! |\i iolllal..r\. ami! :itt -iiliuii. .
course in surgery. About the first Federal and the more. ,, ''."". .. :, i\.sM\iiiis: : : ; : : ; i.r.vxi E: .1.\t1::-oW; H.Ll I I: ImIIi'1'lll'IL'U.t\: : :1 .. e 1

f' J. II. Pierson, Dentist, Peck doctor to return are two of the lea-ling fire insurance Frank B. I'ruor-rlmor Saga .". .. ,, : 'S.- :-\II.lul.f' \ .Nhij-N iii I'lori'la'I'imrr-I"111111I.) }
of July, the expects I : "" m-d : i.! \\isT:: H\TIS: :. TO \IWOJ: < :" ,ANI AM POINTS:; SOUTH( S j jI
'1 Block heals(: : 't i iClapp's II .
,opposite South Bridge'Phone ompanies.. The Daytona) more. .. I l.lIi111'lI.lllr"ujh th I
to Daytona and resume his practice. I .. Imu.ludilrg: 1\t.lilllflllll.\\ : ) :
108-2 r. Residence .7J-5: r. tate and Insurance Company are theocal i The Tribe decided at their last t ; I : I'.FAMOl: "SKA; : IS1.AXHS.: et'ht"ul
Harry Thompson and Miss Lillian Pharmacy li lit k.'tiM l tn all :N.>rllii-rn |ioiiit1'or full) 1Iduriuatiulmrrgtrdiw .
Rev. agents for both of those com j i meeting to purchase: sixteen: n.s- oilier liiw. H. B. Gibbons, of DeLand, from their t I attra. tHiiiNoiii-n-.l liy no :
Rill hold Thompson arrived home panies. If you contemplate placingnsiirance ttummies for their working team, and .: :. i tit'kfls. ..n- apply to .
services at the Baptist cruise down the river Friday afternoon CharlesS. ] : Cut'II .101 "Iall.\1.'m \1. :: I Bay Str.-t:; :
see the manager, he same: have been ordered.! Many ,t i : CHAS. DAVIS, T-'VUrx1-1 '

Church, both morning and evening, I of last week. Miss Thompson Harris Office in the :Shanks il\lli\'i.lualllleml.Jt'rs have alsi orlered :: ..'...'...........................................u...uunuunui...ttNN. .; I I Florida rnv iigt-i .\ > lit. (! l'l..rlta. ..
Sunday. An .I.II.t'lark.I'Nit1.t; l :("ut., Huytuiiii. I'l.iB .
invitation is cordially I :
extended I left Sunday for New York in response luilding. uniforms and the lied Men .............1..NiLow ..... ........ .... ............. ....................
to all and members are announcing .
to a telegram will !soon be in position to make aere fide on the leach.nor. --
I :'especially urged to attend her mother. Colonel C. M. Bingham has jiltbten ..1 I II
the accident to inr "n 'the sin-els( I osiovROWN ; ,
:: : t. \1. I'I our.I t y.I x : 1'\1'1': :Saturday
presented by the Adjutant T11G FhI'iSTkCalanti .
ti Captain Masters wife and tie in I : at t ti! I
Eugene Don't: risk pulling -- : < --
i ..J .
General with a service medal signifying :\III _' I. .11111'1 : :." Akl l>
deuRhter, of :St.; Augustine, wcroSchmidt's of ironingand :,- .: I : :.. ,'. i rays l'I'lIl1lillglbkl'I'Y.: BATHS 1
two. Our new process continuous Important .\ot cc. .. ,. .: ; i.t
of -
I fifteen years .j I I' I I" .. 1.\ ;, :,' !
guests of Villa Monday.[ shaping leaves collars with \'ices in the Florida :State Troops.. The"voters of 1 Florida wh"" will .. .... I" .;;I, :.. .;::. .... :II;,:: ;, :1\'. l'; .4: (1-- -- - - ., -- ON 1 EARTH
Masters i is Chancellor for 'j II It; '1 III I:
Deputy Grand round with space ::I ; :11 :
smooth, edges \samatterof fact Col. Bingham i hp called uioii to ail on tin ./ "", I .. : \; 1'1-' II'., WOMEN( ) -
> pio-
.. .ASI)
: IE\:
?: of Florida and was it. t .; I I. ; h 11 n:", II sI. i E. L. STEWART M. D. 1'111:
Pythians, the tie to slip in. Try has been a member of t the :State, posed: Drainage Amendment I" tin. .. .; III j. l' '1, ., 1\.' II :." 4
tt' siting Fantain City Lodge in his Til KD.OTONSlK.M: 1 L\IM'K\: ( : I 'I !: :. ., :" I: l'. 11 ':. 4I : WATER
: I i .
the Xovembei' eli tl I I 1111 LILY
Troops for twenty-one years (institution' at I I.! "I .-'. .. I'N I 4. Physician and Surgeon
; official I' !: 1 In I II I:;
f. capacity.Miss The attention of our readers is has h.lll"Pry position from corporal tion are hereby ii'ititied that; |,mtitril! .. : .. : I:,. .. !' ..; :,;, I'. .: I ... ;he nut water for Table User I j
: 1 fI ; ..
'''lal! iitl'-littuli In l I.I".II- t tin Iit
ft i it: Edna Stiling, who has for ailed to. the ad. of the F. M. Call to lit>u tt'lIan t-lond inclusive i matter relating thereto with :accoiu- :,.. : I' : 1,: t lLEC'f RI IC liGHT ,i
e. -- i t I' I I' I" KMIIAIJ.: : : \:. 'I'IiCO.1'I'amid: I NI oE: : .

some time held a position t in .1. W. Mercantile Company. The C.a/ette- budding on tin, lanyin[ map "f the lir- drunai!;*' HI.mill; r. -,|.|.-u.-.-; I'nlnn" an.i> I PLANiI //
't. The library
: WilkinlOn's 'ontraetith new will lie i iimy I :' t') .,tth ,it ruiliolii-i'hui.-h. "I.I'
tifliee leave district prompth' eiit : i.
rtt'; expects to News has just closed a ( South Bridge i, ut hu.I .11"I"' I hu'nnutoa .,
the :
'ft for )aeksohvilleabout: : the first of this firm fur a large chunk of space, the i.ulIlupal'stand}; still for the want of funds :address application l Iy jms-' .*.......................< ',"-ut't' ?

-I; .. ,next month, where she will take a I and our readers] will save dollars by at The a building is far enough aloe F: tal earl or otirt'rvi.r. !" ,the Floiid.!;) .

.. \ 'course in stenography at the Massey carefully reading the ad. every towards completion to IK Used: buis nt:t News Pdireau. Drawer :l'">7 la< K- 'J n!' \ 11rrnrrrrrrrlrrrrrtitr!rrrrHrrerolonerrrVUrrrrrrerrtfrrrrrrrtlrtrtrtrtlfl

/Y. Business":.M. Hankins College.[ and family, in- week.C. E. Sparber and family, of far far$:IIlHland from. < I complete.i?."*""I m It<>reisiieed has i roM !?si< ville. Mrs.--I Ihompson---, -Injured. IU L U M B E R0 I J:

"eludlng Mrs. W. P. lead: a niece of I I Meridian, Idaho, have been visiting to complete it. The building is ;:1 .
\\'. 1 The trii-mls 'I| Mis; I Liu
bra[ Ii. association '
; t Hankins, will the Cart I Mr. Sparber's brother-in-]aa credit to the library am many :
occupy ) \ '- '"
::11.8011 i Mr.[ and Mrs.[ Sparberj Daytona I as well as to t the buildc:r rence Thompson; will: icyiet. t I" Iran;I
cottage the beach for to
on about Rawlins
>; of lainful[ accidentliuii, inf.!I.
0. in the Sonic effort should\ b L' a {11 5 I I Framing! Flooring) Siding,
f month. \Ir.lankins[ denies any |I j I spent ten or twelve years F. B. IVnor. her Thursday of 1.I ; week Mi I YELLOW PINE

-: :. intention of disturbing the early ;! State, returning to Idaho some made to procure the funds needetfor 1 and Jlr.'l'houipM'u: ad! MM! .ii-nn- ; : Ceiling and Finishing
j morning slumbers of the "finny I four years ago, but haws now come ( its completion at mice. barked from strainer. at Nev I -r K*

t : .tribelJbdorehis'bil the\ I'! Florida with the e.\ivtatu York und while on,1'\ 'in ih<' : : Brick, Lime Cement
: trips to hack to The Halifax[ Ritles: were drillin; hutt'l Mtal Thompson slipjx'.l' 'n iIi,: : AND, ,

/... > I lof again making it their home. on the streets Tuesday evenintThe pavement, breaking! a i bone in in r :: l (Gypsum Wall Plaster ihcrd; |

"), \' is not y shoulder While the iiijiin muu I : rr :
\ -- 1 the electric light receiving many
; 1
":-Wrmalcardparty of three tables in i!I plant. i recruits and when encampment tint e serious, it "t will a seriously summer m.u:\ :11'.11 tiipleasures 1"1:: :: CYPRESS I Finishing, Bevel, Siding, |

: honor of Mis Yarborough Fri.lay !I Anthony Brothers occupy a large rolls around Captain Morris t'Il1'l.tto which Mr. an l Mrs. Thumpson,I ->.- ::5 Shingles Lath ;Mouldings |
afternoon I week's take a company that will hoi'I in the CatskilNWAMLD i .
of last wtt-k. Instead of of the front page of this I pxrt To sjH'iid I .. a

'--1 Bering<< prizes, tIlt iste a part advertisement ::setting its own with any in the State. Th :
gave issue with an -- ------ : THE' BEST.NORHAN.
< and public gcncrall r
dainty business man
anJerchief which they
sachet to each of forth many bargains, : () err

,t 7 young ladies \present, as a ICminder I! .luring their Mid-Summer should encourage the boys: by thci
offer trr r
r .: from at drills and by leudin 100 men on I D. I D. &; St. J. K. R) S. DAYTON
: of held
,- ,. the "S\\'l''t" time they wi- Clearance Sale, to be presence :
: ;" clearing right of wagradinv.
financial assistance. By
:. J.c\ol'. :-'ln1Jed. June a until July 3. The reputation them : jmi N ;
:: : is such lug ten dollars i per year any t'n etc. Apply to I D. I D. Rogers, cor ,
r. : : show is the : Anthony)' Hrothers \\\j\UL1\ A\eanJh. LPHONL4M. C.k: ... '
time }
"'i.-" < to treat yourself bargain may become an honorary member .': to advertise a ,
a nice' when' they : : .
-. piece of Let that _
jewelry. and thereby be ext' t C. S. Rieman.
the tail|
1 confidence company
.::5.. :Bbowthat the general public have : r J J III II 8ls)1 1:U' !. n H J;J IIIII'
we have. 3mi,11111 .S21A> U.
General Manage lDl9tllAltlJl, ZAAAlIfglAli }} .
'i av; BARGAIN. from jury duty. r. 1/ \ I .' iI V M V V V I V V \. , . r.rr > 1
. -.. "L" GEl II. CLIUK. that it means a ."
j t t :

'q -*,,' ," -' '-; """"" '-.... ( _- L .__ _ . __ .... _. _ __ __ _

I!!! ,e '- -E1 '!* =

.. --
--- - -- --- -
it &H the costs uFlrt; pul. May! !; last pub. June ;., 0. .'.000..000..00........ I Ir 1
against together
\IU aa
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.In :

.. I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTSNOTICE I and by said reasonable city in the exuemiiiurea.iftens of any inrurrru such Counl..Iutl"''Court C; Qramling Bakery : ,

suit or suits in wtm'l recovery may lt i1lwl forullil Caitimity : aa ,

4 except that all tracks which laid lad, provided that tt. (irant.t : C o
OF ELECTION. may b suit from
un the parka on Beach street may be have had due notice otuin lathe: Matter of the : a R--

I laid with "T" rails set flush with the the City. KhtaUof[; Anna M.II. l c S
Whereas the Common Council 'uf the ,
Section 13. Before 'olultin ; any I Milk I l c a -
of the surface of the park age, and except where of 1..1 0
City ty-fifth day
Daytona on t W"II
along '
work in. adjoining any .jp-
pS of May A. I). 1900, subject to the ratification the City Coun.i shall grant special permission said streets upon| and highly the said Notice is heit-lij in'l that the IUI'r.illltJ i1k'p 0 -
adiiiiniftia- 0a
contrary. Said permission I hilt .IIb' iju.ilitied ax :
\ the franchise electorate
>) municipal shall give a suflirient bond or gnil-\\ .
S granted the j-titiou of Charles however, to he revocable by the tt: satisfactory to th City I to\ the estate of Anna M l H. Milk! tl. .c.- 0 I
security of I and I all I ireditois' / /
Council. That road crossings. ej,
a S. Rieumn. his associate., assigns or City al to the City of Daytona lu the sum ofTen t ira> llt. .aiII'ollltJ.trii'iitees. and all ( a /

legal represt-ntatues, for a franchise to now existing, or may be made Thousand (lO'.OOO) Jillars, to save I 1.gateemiii.I di> laiiu. THE FINEST: UHEA1): : PIES : IfAi'I
hereafter shall be for entire otherr>oii 5\ 1"'II"\.rlll'il : 0S
kept ' |
build and motor railway in ,
operate a harmless and CitIi .
width in good repair and condition at indemnify bit demands a ilillxt the said: .Iat. Will THE CITY. : II! ;
and through the City of Daytcma. The Daytona of and from all II.s. costs, ami'! CAKES IX
the of the herein. SH UVSellt the sailie to the | Iitllllou S tI, kjt C/)1(
grantees |" Ilt.i/I..1
terms of said franchise are as follows: expense: and ex|>cnscs t. which :lid
that pedestrians carriages and other vehicles damages 55 fr.1 dat. oi fil I : I I I '7 1I
AN ORDINANCE will City may be !subjected or liable in law t tt"I' : Iahd l lU-ans En.r: } Saturday I
track t -
ter l'IU cross railway from by n'L"OII It a
in arising or bair.iI.'I. II
To grant to Charles S. Hitman his Ao- ordinary care. That the City Councireserves of or any equity fault or neghge-nce of said grantees I L: FIT/.iiLRU.I: : ) :J......... .. ... 00 00t..oo000001000000000oOSSI. t-a.: .. -
such .hiimi-I tratoi-oi the I : -
direct \ l"tll..1 ,
the to -
light gra- I
atiMi MJi-iaU-s It-gal or servants :
As.-ighs. their
or rt-preat-nta- agents
or employees .
; ; % :; .s-.Iv ,
the t ; 4.
paving to be done at of \ -- I 1 : _
maintainand ding caused Ila 1 I111
tins the
right to tniiMruct or that shall or may be .
of the herein, also I I Max 1 I Ia ,I. -
fox operate a Railway acro?> and along e" frmtl.t.! in occasioned in any way l\v the construc-! :'t I I jL? -

certain streets and avenues in th. Cityof to do fUI.1 paving, 1 tion mainH'llnl.t. u.>e or operation .f --- It DR. BRUSH

at Daytona Volusia C"ulltyitatelf: ca.-e of failure (alter due noticein ,| said railway or in any way Ijy the Mr-! im iuli. Mux l ltl. lust pul Jiilx '. .1 < | f fI

Florida and to provide f.r the railing writ ing has been I"l'n.n) th' part I and enjoyment of any <-ne or more of .Notice to Debtors and Creditors. :D D lIilMF.or.VIHIC: 1'HVSICIAX. I

of an election for franchise to s-ubuiit of tl grantees to do it, and to charge the rights and privileges ...n.11rUh' III Countyludjje'.s .. I I S I.
to the said and ".aislgrafltti'e .11tI'I _
this ordinance to the voter of the City thl same grantees Section (jnmtes.hall; : witliiu \ :8 ciS i
1.ul in und for
asrn suih within : j iI
their or rt'Jt.ciiun. :1:1 pay t ihargca I their wt ami 111illtUI.t.\
of Daytona for approval thirty (130); ( ) at u\\u Florida. i iII D I
thirty *,30, days. i I[ put aiid I.izhsaysand i O Chronic 1 I l'i.-a.a Jsjiecialty.O a

Be it Ordained l.y the City Council of Section 5. Said grantees shall have ]'' expense evt:ry portion:1 .tr.l"therei.l upou wh ie hi timaMatt.rof I : -. -.- -.- J
-- --
unlto notice in L'stateuf: Mary
the at give ,
right tit
the City of Daytona. Florida: \ i shall rvn'rtruct it.- lay ito ;, I ,
rojon ;, consideration writing to said City that they wi no |: turIr t.\IU t. ll'ejiSsil.No ) : DR. E. R. BRUSH | Four Each'uek
Section; 1. That fur and in in a.- good order luJ l'Un be longer Use antinjaiy! ue: lights priv t i' e i.s I.rl.) g I\.n i :|
benefits ,
of the prcmiM-s, the to beforeaid track was constructed
all I -lulled I hta Utditii-ld I i aditiini-tia i 4 BETWEENJACKSONVILLE _
granted as to or anyportii duly ( '4 oo
th'S derived by the people ('f the City of iigthrrt'l theafouxiid streets and or siid rlib"re the satisfaction tor.if tl.1 K.-tate: of Mary .**t.'\\ I. 'I.-- I',< DKNTIST.Xu 0 o
Daytona and in fulfillment of the obligations ( If of said City Council, or committee of il 'o 4 and NEW
d and all i-e.llt.-, lejratee. and YORE
and conditions hereinafter highways. and i thev .1:11 thereupon its members, lea,i. | I J o 0
within )) t..i\s ruin and alit r diMiiduteei, and all iitherrs| iiistthoiiitin' ( 0 CalliiiK at Charleston, s. C Loth *:,> _- -
Third Avenue.UppiiMte
the of the thitlao That ssr.n'teeshall 111
named on part prantee> Section I.) the : o
herein Chas. S. UK-man: his a-.ociate>. he gi i\' I .111 wntten I iioti.eriiiio'iheir < charge for lrn.poltatiln| of apassenger ''''\1' ImI i .\ ; : THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE., ,'.
I tracks, -. fixiuri >. ..IPllhii.l-d lot t. (-aid I 111 I |>|VM-lil theam.I .- In I I ]: I'llblii iSi hmil. : -
aligns or legal representatives :.n- over ( ) cent for pi-s-
her iid saM ste. t..r.d .- 1\1 : till' aima'la.rtgiiil. XXItlllll, IWII .Xf.'ll* ItOIII 0imnaaaa
it pi.'pa r'v tnui : .I the 0 The Clyde New England and Southern
C hereby granted a fiaiirhiw I for the construction age any t\o within eoo06C400000040JS. Linn
Id"1 1.\t
highways or suc.i I lull or |I.' i- date or \lie
mainti nance and operation t.1 i ia pOI boundaries Duytona. to long a- saidbouiuiailcsdo fl.\\1'011"1 I - - -.
icite l ------- I>ire. Service HetweeuJACKSONVILLE.
un.thfiiof tll.lrl --- --
line of railway tu bo operated by ga'line. they .I.l I Lot extend a"l'' the \ \\11.\. II
.- aforesaid th \ l a ir. BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE.,
;: : as ;
or other motive post 'r. cxiI .JI Halifax River, and not o\er ( .0)) \.ll II.U
t \ii Un i. riinl if il.iin dateilat Ormond.) I Florida, this 1 11th H.
steam which docs not reouire the U-- 11 : cents for a-lgt between any point I Calling at Tharlehton ".th \\ avs. .
1' > said sti i- of \1 I !
of an overhead wire or the u>e of cU I' ;) days r-store ii within the} )"ulllI..rlo' ot Da> toni as : day :) I"'i. SEMI-WEEKLY SAILI OS.Southbound. .

tricity by means of a third rail; fn: :It highways.'l ixrlioii: < : abnve limited and any point in t.abreczeaur COM-KAITOH From
lottioiis tlu-HH-f. .- th imt'r ii : IH 1I.IIt.lI AMI I It\Wia1 Whrt. Bat,

thetraiu-purtatiun of )aenrr. mail"al'sll l I. iU' tl.I I Daytonu) thai u. I "lhl"UI.Jul." ': 1.1 .ll..lIh :.a Northbound . . . from foot Catherine strm, Jut
('a t.f.lKidjrexxood
bagsage. esprcs?, frti:ht. or iny othf ; .ri.iwl S.ti',1 Iii: hOt the sraiif": "' herein Application I ItitDceJ I iiJcr Se .* Hefidt-ncc and oiliie. northcat-t corner .
.:tfl1;( as goeul or er. n'rit; : and ( t1'i ititiin !ulellt I
1 iind ( f personal property for the tern shall not build anv station fur the lion I awsol I l.iriJ \
: > they i.i-w MIor shall' I la'ecn M.CImpIrr 41.! and ull\-lil a\.lIIh. CLYDE) ST. JOHNS RIVER JJINK'
subject to the ; : of brie oflirst
thirty years prov handling freight, east eif the
II. N.ltJo-i i" ) that .l.tlila-. ma-ie pie\i.ii- to I 1i.I. iV"1
sions, conditions rc-Uittivi.saiid HMIvations put :1,1 street, unless tat -rmi"!i" !I. : I Floiid.iI.iutti Between Jacksonville and
and nine r.fci\iie .ii.i notice to tl.t !>::ii.- i', |" \ 1..1, |I.ut..lm.\ut Tav 1'.1 tiIi.-utl. .V.. :!n, I'hi imaai s'.i. lin.vtoiia Sanford

hereinafter IJI( r.tioned j-ectioiiS .f e ti* II i i- ;,tt i.'n rf the- raid: \ Coy Council, exit \ that IlinnlIll'. I'lij (Count Kxcept .td.ited tlia' 11th tIny iii .liiiae. .\ II. IIII! -- --- - ,STol'HNJ AT ".\ L.'l'K.STOlt. ST. FRANCIS. .J ISFJtKSFUKD., (D1Linl
tainod in the ( .
following any ..) ,.f I he wall .\ a r. that the fiantee.heieiu Imo tiled .aio.rtil'a'. iii nix. ..II,'. .\. -1. nun KK: ford 151 ySTEWART and InU-imediate Ijiudiug on ST. JOHNS RIVER
ordinance. h'nj.r -I with l the conint of v
In the ctnstnlttilln acvl oj.rration: M)I made by the gr.zlt"i an .iVath ttreet.hull .h"ll.a\c. I the hundlmc nt ri\f r 11..I'I'IU fieight.the has, ailiralinii| | ill tu\ 11..1, tois & ULYf Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"are
xxith l.nx I
uiu I a.-tordaiii-e
ic to it nuain > j ;L cr
paid railway.( aid granteerluiUiiir 11.1.,1 niiht t.. "Il' a fltJKht i t'Uln at th' lifi.-ate.-iiil.rai--I lh {..1 I., I iny I ( npiioiiitid to .uilr. Cllllo.a n' JacLhoii\ill.. 'ulI.1I1'lItI'da ,
?i l.ti I t T.hlt the cars I > sa : d.-w-riU-.l LAWYERS! "
form to and be governed! by -uchiult-:: I I ihannelot I the iiv r. ai.t jtrantet-: '
: 11I11r.Ja ; Retiiininjf leave -iwflrd.1IoIJt1a.\
Ialll: in. .
l i
shall liave .fgl.t of way in an iovti | ..|.1".11..itlll',1 I i il"I>ia county.Florida ) aJ. lad
and regulationsruniu tic nii.ii.01 ii i t. : run or permit to I be run yn V OmYeiu bank I'Kl.ANI. 1'ridajn. !.i'Ua.
: the railway tracks, switchesor .I.allu.t I it: FI.i i : m.
have heretofore or -hallhircafttrbe .UI.
city as onlinance; tlllut", to tt t'XIIU.lvl of all fieight car 1.1 nr aloiiu S. \\'. ', ill X I K.: ', III ..ti.1 2". toXX IIhip Itm-rii h I ah-m'! a\..r I*.-t.if .. I II t.V YTO i\.\ -- ---
adupieil or prescribed itlld I I I ii '
-hall be under the t allis, carriages or \ t hIl4-5 whatsoever, I i'i tl" al' III.1 by Ilulilht a iii 1 lit. South I lianjre: 9 I. Ka-t IUai-re>. South-Bound SCHEDULE Nott a.
and generally ; .
they I -- - -- KtadUo n
1'ruhltng'allY freightar "a tt til l"r.le.l _Iat. Up
j' I I I UinLSM I tindate .
after due and signal gin n.x- : 'I 11.- -!-" at -
r 01\trollll. subject to the dirtctioit of proper I imut:4 lail\\a\ e\cipt Ihl .aillu.1 IAaSr ;j ;j 141(| p III .................JarLnuuiiIlK.............. Amv 011 Ii
the City Coumil the Cit> of ] >uvtouu.fmiuii that lire upparatuin 4':1.t of tire, | Ir.'o ut the imrtli urTiits of the CitvalldVeeplllloli.ilniioli of tin I i..nll. of sin h'al.. m D D. AND C. M. ROGERS ii N-i.:, pin.!.Palatka........... ..... l'f&et 8110
and have J the I I NV\\ I ,
name I I of n jill !
:. dni Charlo. HIl11ll1l.j fU.t'l'll' !w.11.1. -un f'rHln.I". .li I:ouaihaudaxra.tithiulig | saul reftitirute .nil llall !redeemed U'VOrdIIIT ell.O- I I CIVIL IINOINHERSI ; : 00 ituii.................... 33D.,

bis associates assignor h p..II l n pren n- any |pen.I'l' k5 .hal thenc.f th4 | .' ruil ia-t avenue east ol Ormond law. I Will I i : anY or to tax
tatives. are hereby granted a right of railway who shall) tlll retard. reasonable pait progress tlf i Road; pro\i idt-.| SaUl giantees make u.eof :I the HUh: day deeil of .1 amly.. .\.1.11.P., !tl.I..1,. II I 0fT'"S I iJ't'IJN1( A and 1...........Here-i-ford I>eand| )........... i. 100,.

way for their railway tracks with the said camor after due r-iemtl : '' the CfJitral Hndt. H!;O except along I vI\Viliii'smy l i.tti.-iiU (-iuiiulni--I :lllt\.1 I m--d I II I MIAMI I I FLA.} Arrive :JOam ................t..Ranford................. 9311,.

necessary turnouts and switches over given as af"r .thill, snail 1.1 subjcet t to i Orange a\enue. I uraivjili'aI thev make ii.eof this the :.ith dav ol .Inn., A. !II.. ltli. Miicc Estalilibhrd: l 167.1. ii 10.00 a in ...............Knterpriw.............. 10.00 uGESEPAL

Yolusia avenue from First street west to such tines and penalties b:may be pro- :i'' the South Bridge; uino except along I (M-.AI.I SAM'L II. .14 OIU 1\, Oaytona PASSEKGEF? AND TICKET OFFICE 122 VEST EA? ST. J.CF.SD8IIIl|
its for deliven of fiei htlo
City Limits; First street throughout Be-ll\iew its a nua, _
vided by 'rdllct .r siiid tt1'TI.I: I I rieik Circuit; 1."rt..I'I..i"' 1O"lIt% Fla. -
entire length; Orange avenue from First boats on said ri\er lilly ; 'il-l except
City Council of Daytona shall ll\'e F.M.IHONMONCKU..IK.: ; \\VMl5a\M .
I Fir-t also --- -- --- --- - .tsst.trn.Pas.Agt.l22 .ftl"bonrilJeFi
street to Beach street ; South Avenue street ; exce|.1 Bay *tr I t \>r*>- Tin and
at time by ordinance Daytona W. 1;. CDOI'KIMrt. .
power any tll| Fr1.I't. C. 1'.1.01. ELI Sept
throughout its entire length; North Avenue make such ideal a biidae t.t built *crothe n cat 'l-'lr-t t'll J liii" '..: last pul, .1 u \TiNuluc a '
rraonnLe regulations as to I Foot lluyaii "t.. .Jackhonville Fla.
throughout its entire Irllt.thslid\ that point ; also HII.t Bdl.\ ui Applkaiiun lur Ta> lccJ t ndrr SrcI .
of the said
last two street- being at north limits of railway rate, also: as to the places(II and I'l Udnt I avenue ea-t of First !street pl"\ Idl ,I lion I ul'harlr.4ss-., |.."s of I loridu.Notlie Sheet lctalVorks\ A.C.HAfiKRTY.; Cei.T: Kast'n n.I'll.Jt.rilE MILNK.. New York.General Fieight A gtuut.'aewTouTIIF.O.

the city.) Brach street from Fairview of stopping said cars, as a due regard hat ('only oi.e sii'-h budge mav be used I' i< her.-lix. t"iv.-n that Aliiv ln! s t-
avenue to Orauec avenue; Fairview r freight I x\i.-k. .iin I Tax Ceiiiiiiii.No 0. EOER, V. P. and 0. M.
for public safely and convenience | <
mayrequire. 1 h l BroWll Maiui
avci.ue ea.-t of the Ormond Road, &iid City >-tcti.n 17. That tat |:iui-'tes I""lill | : -", an.l ;, dated tin- Oth( I ..I.t..111.( 1.1) er.Tanks I lletii-ral: Olli.-es. I'i..rortlt i ; River. Hianch. 2n Hmailay.. New Toii
general police :11 .
or North Dcach -tri'U: Ormoiul Road or n'lf'li shall have the iifilit; t., \\ one 1\ .
and supervision over all lay 1. l111 :' 11..1 in of all kinds ( iultti'I andiiiiiliii" I
pmHr lrli"li ; jlI.!
North lV.ttehtrett north from Fiiir- i(ll ) ft frul tith-r ami {.r I lit I < r.>* tl.suh ... ha m.-id tail -- -
streets avenues e.f .illi] I II.olh. al.1 > | |
vfuc 1'1 .. 11'II'aUtl
S view a\enue to lay Lin.itRcIIsue; umlcrgroiirid t graph or ti Ii- ala-..1 j'l Hot Air IIt'aliulrllit |
City as may ll used tor such railway'purposes. tax to |sMe| a."I.II. itl
avenue cast of lirst street : Hay phone lies (, iiliv nnd all strict;. .
I I'I Ittcti \ I I..I. :S.iid m 1,1"I' >-' tl Ii- fil ". i
'lllliit. a >- 1'.4.j.tll
s.trttt throughout it oiilirr length; from whiih they lie neiossary | Low Rates via Southern
7. That '! u"O may Ii I al's-il .eil) -.
.n the j "\ |I''. 'I.| .illat,1 in Railivay.S
Beach stiett eas-tuly to tll.CiIY, 'I' all police l.t1'O ana tImar ei11n ul I.alld Y for the npc'IJt..1 o! tht ir railway..i {I Volll-IUtoUlit.X.;' I Iltll.1 t. XX if Shop (.11 \\V: >t LiItll.i"Ullt... I .

over any hriJgt.10\ exiting or that may or in uriConu nathe right to j tl.tinl 1"> Hlult the Ciianteeshallj ] L"t I i.lii. k _'. Mill ot lot jsei-tioll 4. 1 lt.\\1't'NA 1 FLA. .

te built la reader; Pi ovid.i, however ride tree of charge:111 en the cars of saul'j begin tl.I,'on..trl.till! III -aid i ail way I | 17.miili liLIlLitl., .-a-tt I New Haven Conn and r turn Tnkeiiun: .akiJune2-6.Ha
that the right to lay trail b, ore-aid railway within tte corporate limits of us here lube'fore provided fa.r. he or they tl1'lil l : ;> l.l. I 7. --iiI. ol lot ...tioll 'all and .tt "mtits. 3 2 40 0 iled June ti I. E\I""lolI.lnll.\1I, I'.NUi si) |1" lr>, W&ekiEf-

shall terminate on ttie tiri-t day of January tile City of las tona. {j I II shall tile their \\ fit U mm :U'f.tlil i if 11.t; |It..t.-- n-hlp 17. .-. iaiiu :11:ea.-t. I (.ill I llaltiiiioie I i I'liilailelphia

190\ on all ftuct- t.i poilionsthereof I Section N fhat the City of Daytona) i!I.: ordinance with the I.IL tin- City a-I!' I 'i II... sail I l.ilid, 1"11.llt' a>-.''". at (h.jdai. I ltaiu.ti.II. Ma,, and ret inn Ticketii -alMat' 31 to Jot

been laid on at whit that h tune rails, unl-liull 1.'>; s-aid not has tune hereby giants only :url rights and pnvilegcs i!!';; I by Daytona all tlt agreeing turnMi.ulati theulty| .ills t. and lie boun r..iaaIiii.uns ':'I ui, (II. is-uaii ui;,,.itli at,. in ;I loti i \ 1Lt: I II IICllaS.I(05t S3 3 5 9 0 I I1" t\It.tJ''I'| J ul.J. ."... J 'm.Ott,1': [ 11\ | \\ ,hjilgtOB. Btitl-

as are now |msscssed bv il1io City : tl.- lall..I.1 11.1'lltlll.! I 111.- I 11:1 ime. 1'ailadelphia.: :. \ ) oik.4rt .
9-halt IM-extended 1..rdlh.ltH of the this oidinance.Sttinii .
City Council for a p -ii' "d IIIe I' year; by bi-fore virtue of law, and the \.Ik l.c'lrl.11 i I I ly Nn work shall I.. coininenced ''. j -a i ill eeilili. a Ii- -all". ..1..11.,1| | a.--md Uheville.. Ninth I itrolii um. and n 1111!I. 11' kes on sale Jiiui,

Drovideii further t hat t IJI'lrl1Jtt.t.IIl'lto n. specified te be d'lt ; I! I between Seroiid I Stieet 1 tl.t '! in: lit l.i'\ la\ \IU! I--MI: thereiin S I 6 5 :0:1.: IS !1.:,. Hi;, limited June 2. IVOij.'
their er an tees shall not in anv w'ay affect the :; all : on .il.- Imh.lax l .111.1. \ I h.. 1IUi.
if they dt.-ire to lay tnid.s I on Halifax Ii\er! except for the wnlenint1'j .
Iii 1811fl11 of or \\ a I 11r. nr uilii 1 siiiijatuii'ami seal
Ih."dlt l ret-I mu.-t, within four along ligl.t the taul ris tty ar any per-i j|I..f H"':.. m e-t t,.&iad li.ties or falleliall '! thi. tl- !uh .'lay ..I.1.lul.II.Ill l l'"i. tin- >.iniliiv: :ui.i i inly l.-h.iLl: Ann in I..nll.'". kx.aridietnm. TkketM.n-alb. June ll\U

llIOllth"i fruiii ..Iat.I.tI this ordinancelitctmus :.1 4J. That the hunt I I be, IJhiln I tll tty limits until I said graniectliall :
nf flllllq l gal force anal l rtfoit.llle railway rorp) iratmn I I.
'. delrver to the said v of Daytona hal Itl 11.I\t I'.tt \ .IUlid'tlll) Fla Painter
with the City ( oiita-iI thur xiiitlrii rlertioll for itself, siheessi II and ,, Paperhanger
j : : fOP Hut I'llIg"I'gilll", and Murn. Tkket-.
Ml In ilo, i.lli. \\-" the Iflit I.. u-. I good and sutlicient 1", the sum ot I I as assignee of .aid Cl Irs S. RicinuuI I < < H 11 M"i.JUDe9,11tlu..1
limited June
ID litijij.
lilt' Thuujund ), I ,
i ) ( .i.tKMli. condir.Itliut
Beach ltre..t .11:111 lhtnl efoifMtediftlifgrantcrs ) ; i.; a
> I wiiting asstnt to :111t1't'1 ttt permission | :.Notice of I \J\\J J
herein d hie lit iittiutlrvtuin : ii that if the grantees herein eleet to.!' I -td.hmcnt
to tIC lit-ach t-lrnl, the MIU! use itt ut h strttt, t.ta wall am) pal 1-1 1 hereby grlTtti uulal atree to be boumJij J j| .Stale ui I liii i.t.t I I and Decorator.jl .1\111\,111." : 'IVnness* and return.I1 T t L..t, till >nr- June 17,18

f.rmutee f-hall! 1".mllll'IIt.1'ort. tnill" age .1.1111(completed as ufortsaid be- 'by, submit to. / nd\J| :withi ,1) the ;;il'oni.n \ ,' Ciinrtj ; $16 6,65 B 6 5 I -- .- .III..J hl11.i 1... Ijnmwl Eft.--m. ,1. > EltfllWl

Itaa4htrait later than Ma) 1stI'.iOT t\.n Irangca' Clilc and Fairvieiv a\--|' pro\isions:. t&ifltlitl.iliTstllCtiifl: Iud j I I.I.! ',,.11.alll.ll..ll'l I I i -"I.h'II.lorr :ta I. I Jllli. ,

A. 1 I', iitlurttiMthe riht0' to W>4' \U on or before the 1st day af Irl'l' reservations mentioned and (ul"in't|I 't I.11 aiiiiand 'liiI.I.. I' M I. ; P. O. Bout 81 11.-\\ UN A, FLA. .\I--M| ill.-|| I, Carolina, Hii-l return. Ti K.t.iu *ale Jot

"- 1S"liI'htft..t hall I.. C..fl'IIt..1.U U-r 107, and that work shall il t m thi- ordinance. aunt shall fll .ud, ,: I Illili. ( i.l.d'lt, S 4,65 6 M :i. -J> liinittd July 10. l''>. j.

Murk slinll 1 IH' dune c.n Itc.'tch street during alt'lllitlt.r upon the line of the written a>:( ut. (1:( ltall't agreement I{ \.1.'i.- h. n.ititied that n'U.I'

the month* of I h-u w1lu, January. railway .r ot the City of DeLainl with the ('it) Cleik of iMytona.Section All-.i him lit 1.1; tl1 Issued a ailisl.iii Moiite.-iyl. iVnnesM. ahd ,
Ti. 2Sin
F i l>ruary and Man h. i-xtf-pt lay -pl 'lalIK date of within ratifkntiuii tfU ((10))by days election from of the the !O. I'ju.n the failure of the ..\ :, .1 I Ioiir |IIII"IY| an.-i..I.eil toisiiii.i CHEAP TICKETS SI6.35 6 3 ; .J lul) :< .i. hunted August return.J1.1 Ucttj ket L\. nv n,>,n KUM Xt! Jane 31
the idt tl.t .
rmi".i"l grantees (
.' that if the grantees do not elect to u>eBeach franchise granted under the provisionsof 'olplial..elh I amonniiiu tc'i >" i -u I -- .
s-trn-t, theyhull tot li-it ihis ordinance, alt prosecuted with I the requirements i ir any reiiuiremer.t I.I.UIif. .-. ( \111\\:11.1.... \\'I"" return. 1",1.1" > -a sale .liigist
Iht'i j -
4 to all t \olu.-iaa\en- due dihg ne e and in good faith to !:I"f this ordinance (fortfive (15, day : l111. ,yon appear lieline 1'0I 832,10 3 1 0 10. 11. 1 :. limited AUUII.-I !. jinj.
right Mrei \cipt J ; com-1 i | r .liisijii. of tin1'ea.e in -
: written notice theI 1 al,1 1.1
and that the :! 1:1 iUj1'1 by ;
from First ..trt'4.t.t to uty ; pinion, main ll.e of said 11''n : -aid I his hc > l .
Ut ll.ils Citto the grantees fran- ;, ouiitv. at n> at 11.1 i itaYoliiMii Illinois Central R. R.I R.
'I til .
}'irt street its 1'ltir..I"hAth; all ( railway tt'Jdi1C1.m St. Johns'Hmr :i I el i i-e conveyed by this t.IuiiulaPcball ''U11". rioii'la.. 'ti tl-. iI I hi ..1 I P.i.-- uc-i .i...J ii. krt < iflj t.. I lu I I' West I'.av St. .1 a. k>. .n> ii. 1-1.a |.Jn.ne74J
to Halifax Un
street.S find.and IMlunv a (-flUt east of First lie completed in not more er. hal| tM'come null and v{ IJ, and al rights and 1 nf...\. I/"t. .\. II.. llt'Mi. ).,.IIUI.t w m I.. J. C. LUSK. District Passenger Agent.
tI.trt'l n and
1 \ iil \oiii .\
shall IHIIiUII.t piuilM.1,1 |
l U I !>) months from the date on ss pri\ ileg : cease and II' n.turt'l to .
*-t-th-n 3. That if the grantees lu,1 said franchise have II'h thf the City of Daytona.j tur d. btj I _

tk( t to u.-e Rt they tohal bl'C'1 rattic.Jby j Hated) this li'th.lay "f f JIJIIM. .\. l> / t'- ../: 'lfyjSivi'\
ail tot'l thili I
j Section 21. That Citvuf :
withoutli'fl'e to the City of j) d.ti"u. prevented by strikes tll', I'.KHi. | Z. Mi\VIU \
:) ( labor troubles hgal proee-rdings prosecuted shall have the nptu.ii at the trrn-inatiun I. : Il. / Western & Atlantic Railr'd11
rebuild at its Ilt':lit lit IgI.t and ID a I ;;
4 and defended iu good faith or of this franchise purcLasinc all ofiramitce Iiiltfi
substantial the
river front la.ll outwardly r sea andea-teily.WIII"I.gtl. other causes beyond control of thegralittts ; ( (property "itlnl the city at a I ---- --- -- -- I \ \ .

( and that said work shall becon- price to \ a Board of Aibitra-
J'f' from its pit:ent l"iation. and fill in I- I ,
hun wKerever irrespective of 011. ,.i-till of ihrc members one
hind same us to gi\t- Beach Irtt a delays, ..\other Jt.lblt eif the line, and : appointed by the r-ur ore by the IU'1 IS h..r.I.1"1 tllllt the tim III illllklnsol t l.i, %

uniform width I of not lets tlalloght"- Nit grantees I :Itrtuu allowed for thecompktii'n j Grantees, nnd "lt l tb'-t two. I \ .. I'lilirad ,heleb.V ijmp.s., .Ia. ,h LRO KastivilleCIaltenoo] & St louis Ry.
O feet Beach
(M ) along from Or i I ) U'. \ .
trtt of such work, such 1 .1 iiklla-aiii ha1 ing .1.1 lu> t I ; ,
tinge axeiiuetoFairview avenueS; and .ai,1 timeonly : Section >. That (hit rrditianie : F N hi ii.\: < ; THE: !
in addition to the eighteen t i IM J months !1.ltl 'II tl.l.u\.i til I'l'IIIH.I.hllWll:!I :

the granters riser shall front unproxe between the the roadway pace along and :they .hI11.Ii\e hl'I'1 dtlayt d 1.aforld ;I become publicsitioii of full for and thirty ltj gal: t i30i n. t UI.I. ., i i.litllille the hl"m..", iilld i "I..t all .lit : DIXIE

the .t'l wall in such a manner as to .: : ll and In .li. rII. sljill be completed -; in one.r Il\rt 1.twP"Iwf-| said 1) .1..lil/;1'111 i mints 111. and pay, all ,I..t I.H SUMMER\ MONTHSJ\ FLYER ROUTE

make & continuous strip of ks d parkagl Johns River and operation }1.tWC'1 St. j II.f I )aytol.a and. f'e'd1'1 a tnaj-irtty.fI i; N<1.,1.1 ifi.ei h. !hbv. that JV o lf if., lilt'| h.rS '
Daytoua before the "> t
>eH1et,1S| | | XOfflxx.
the all J1\l'l 1 .IIIIoilllIt'lIl"\hllitluJ| I and
alone river front : and said \'pil votes l'a t. I! III, ( pill-! W -it
grl.l.t. first day of January.190s.Section i !C'I.t f"rrald \\ ilL iiu-.o I.u\t' .
hllle.1 and maintain such exten-ion I I ;: toga ti'er with its [ by / I F y. 161.111.I"il\ -tl. 1.1 1, I ->1tlIIIUI'J'| t:1I11"1llt! KI.M I 1"1 \IE
: \ sinest. \ flu
:wall and the parkape 10. This franchise is to be j City ('uulll"f the City (.f I \ .] all (mli.t.111..lllt> I I Train I"a\ .* .Ia 1.1. ill. .It !IIIII (1'. iii., I imitf| -toil.1! ,., \aiita I TLiOmigb
:11'11 null mdIJ : l'.I. | Ille an debts I .\\a' l I.- i-i-teie.lI I Chit .\lln. St. Paul. \ili \-
such t't'n.i'1 lying east of line : if the grantees herein duU.t wil \ ,11'.1101'' 11.1I'.a.. h t.. \a-iit ill.-. I'miiiiuii tllel\\ crt
1 t\\ build Section 23. Utfore oiduiancrshall :I 1",1 |I'ahl l l hi.\ Ill.- lt I..N ..nia<). al.m.' luau 1'0 i I ,11. t Mrtiiilif
C2): fr.t \\, of tIre we.-t rail of the 'ldl'plral' the railroad fn'J be imbllshcd tin I lit i \\'i.Hlkt'L'olordd! (. \ \li- tin.mull ti.iiu Jai ksonxille t.. st I."hl11,1 Jai 1.11\ 111.- t.. i i.i HU.Q. Solid T*

grantees track in good order repair and the.. t. Johns_ river .to the City! of D.IV- gritTeball .).- ar: : I tiliule train .1.t'I.>onxile! to \I hthtll. Atlanta Nat-hxiile ..Yi-hvilk to 6tIxnim.
'.... Lr p..1h I the tit3h h lick ihruiu ..f !I ''IU' I! del III Ul\ell lliat tlie : -ln > I, l ( )11111. Wisconsin..vln- .. : ;
rendition; all of said work to be done I (( t-u or ueiore January 1-1. P4US. I \ for tk l..ttna V f'. A St L. Ky.
2tmtJ to d.fray lIt eX.tnn-s ol : III) I olli.allWhile| I I Iam I

under the City the Council dirt l.tiul, and and wh:ult'f'bl'l of I 5t'Oil'l in 11 The said City of Iaytviamshiili and of hcldiiigin eU'iti..ii siiehpubhcation ("I t... t t'loiii the. ity. will I lie i-a ill {I m'sota and many 1..11Ja, ,s-i.ftI ilk '.li itt t t p in

street ; widened by the (. use which no case be be liable for any dam- I tll ratihatii.n or rejictii h ot thioiuj- .!I. tnt l I.i' F..N Colira.l. \I. has full I ; Iltlll'r ;points.Tin LeaAtlanta p4.3", p. m.
h:1 granters.they may occasioned bv the !
;i auihnnu .1 la
nance by legal \ ott of paid City I.iutf"l e C'.a 1:1- m.
iu p
place pr.pc.itlll and acts of the granites in digging or"other'unavoidable I' :
grade in (rent of c'llh lot east iron sewIT work in ai.d .ut portion ( f said iiia.yi.s ahall\ \\ I.. l Iii ixie; Fl\cr with tIronglt :1. ..triisNit"Iuijh1r I1.:}; I' m
repairing!or layii.gcf : ,, hot C-Xpelidtd for the puriiioabove I I'one' by iniiiuai consent I.f i iherito ham t k'.. l>r vt Nashville tQtt i,. m
pipes riding the I.MI'IS
wall water
sea or slrepcr -
( l 1t'1'1'111 gas or sewer
with the outer end pipe at the I or \rua.alcng any street or'avenue I': named I.all.t' lefund-'d tllhh. ". "1uilJ .J. W. ttl.MNi.F. ilaily at .IIHI p ni.Km ArriveArrive St.Martin Louis 12:"; p in

itHatum., and the \t.tNIrd of in the Cit. of Iaytuntm: but said '1 Section :L'4.- That the 1.\"rl..I"nh\' .. N. .: .1 p niM

such pipe shall be properly joined: to the cityLull in I:" case ttar up or Undt r- direeted; to i issue hi- pioclainution f'I"I tia.I i 1'lt': --, tickets. fir :1oIr."s) 1.:1I.hl"lll.. .oil p. an.,

.' sew er now existing in front of anueh n.ine said traik to lay down any new ,, iceail tledlon Ml I.e I.. Iii the :1. I, JII. rth. I:H M;. I ArriMte \. I iiIi-iia. !.::|hl a. in

kit1 and if there i is no such siwer; tticn pipes or ducts for gas:water or sewers. i! day of June, A. J. If.dti.. "t.1 i di-teriiuii ------- ;T I 1t :Mll.l.l.l:. Tr.v: IVs: .\ tM7 '1'1..111111.?' i .1..111,11.1I11.n.,1. For further} intoiu.ati..n -.t-H onor

the westerly end temporarilyclosrdfrum without laying said k. : 55 Let 1.1.rf t of I \\1 m til
iiftcfn; I.II. l Ial Nothing1l.trein t.ar1 I. railway v .NOIICI;. ; I'1'.11.. : Aii\\u. < ; \. I
( tW'ntIUI) ccntainedhall be franchise
) so eoi.stiued set forthin oi.hcutnee-hail
(,'.t westerly from the face of the sum as to rl\dc said City in an1.e liatleii 'beat I that linn appr.iMd J In majority I. Marx I F.: \Vil-iin. ui liaxtoiia. i lahuiiiailehoiii.i.ail -- COI F DANLEFllltldll'iI .-.-.ItKI're..1

wall prl'ilitd! tl.:1 the said granteesshall : property owners or other* for daina. ., of'- ansI by the electros: tnj.tli- \\" applieatinii ii \. : -- I IayStrH! J.\I 'hIILf i '; : FLA.

be in due sa a-on furnished with gs sUstamrd by tbl'l. by icasoii of or I.l lo Ante at said"cl I :{....,I lor lot 1. M'I lion :!u. twp 1 jr,_ > Stduo ------- ---- --
'n"l Air
such iron sewer pip by the owners in tour vC.t ol i.-tliiTe :!tt I K:. .1.|. ix>- ; ro Line
: ori.ccupsir.tse.f tl.t constructing and < p .,.. on its first riudmg )'L1 y 21, 19M. 1'f'li 111 I. I
said I"t.. Jilt said illl..IU.1 t. I.. .
cranteis: crating rlll\ But the said Ila Illall'I..1 -s .
hal repair any damage they may do to erantus shall U liable: to the proputyownusir .- Passed. on its second 1.I..ot May :t. tI.I.1| MIX a i laim i' tl t t" land ala.,\... d.! .- I Atlantic Coast Line.

any \\h:1 f jim the Halifax'Kiur aiid ,,thirs fur damages s'ltKrtd l' IMi ,'nl..l aiul that |1"\1"| -> I to pr.xnn. l"I: .

luil make sUih whaita as and by iu or % by 1'ussfdonits third reading May 'J5 HJiiTi. I..i.l.I'.and eiiltixatioii I liel.irv :am 1 I.I I. '

good condition m .,in'l'iL1.may at ;'ll'C t.l1 in ItOI tll' proputy ot so construct-1 rra- ,| Approved May L'oth, IjiO I I I. .1"rl.m. the Circuit Court at I Savamiah. ( (.tIiUul.ia. I 1:1..111"1.1.: / ,
tl.c time they)iutrfere therewith. Tt.t I lEg or oiicrating saia rliwa\'. i iStition t. W. : \ ; un ) i'x. 1'Hirt. l.y two 01 Camden, Somliprn I'mes T2a1iicli.Wasliinut. -TIIRiil: ash M 1111.1 I.K-:
tail Tile follow .
wist track bid aloi.B .I.1 GPEXI. w itn> >- - ln)It LfUrl the wist li.e I.. Said(i-tt-nul.. firsl.tlcS shall at alltime.htreal'ter .' Attest H. F.' hamttl.AS.etm; M\'IT I ,It:- ..-\ .-. ,.f f taut 1..11:1. F'la: } ..!!. lXihimonI'ljila I I FLORIDA[ GEORGIA
indtuiiif3ar.d City Clerk. [
of said street than sixty ItO) feet. No save harmless said i I Seal I I. .1\.111111..1": ( oi t lav tona Fla ALABAMA VIRGINIA, .
of i
platforms of any description shall L' I and from all Cay Day tona of' .1 I'| | of lJa\ ':'Ia. I Ilu. dfipliia) and I New York . !

erected on any part of said Beach : I to which tam.jf cost be-and expense Now fore border' of the! -aid .1. I U:. Marsh .Ilia\ .11:1. I 1'1:1 NORTH CAROLINA AND SOUTH CABOUIl[
Section 4. = may 5ubj. t ted \r I II
That the said railway.. made liable at I.wr ', Cit\ CUUI'II an election 'ni he \lKK VVu.- .

with all the necessary turnouts and I reason of or t-n. m of equity by Jr held II I\ I Hall on Tue'eiay, thetwmtyith Claim.m ii.m t. !

switches shall be constructed and apt rated : ugiienaeof said account any fault da> of Jaiif-, \. I. I'.njo. I \ I) u': [: \\ r TRAINS 11-\11.\ The tir.-at IIldt1'1! ,, ,, |I. .
with as little injury as to uiantees, thtir m- wherein I. Carson. K.: I and :
possible pl..yees. l
said streets ot.d auntie* ai.d to abut- bei agents or "IH'l t".r that shall. B 1. Ibaiuh. act and Nutke.Tl. ; E.\III.\III: : t-\I'II'-\: ;: : : ;
oasu n-d llbl ,iIslltl Florida
or the South.
maae possible
ling property and the trti kcf Sid liK-ation construt tion by t.e Charles I ( a.- clerk Mild whereat I ii .. -.. il! haxinjr dnl.v I ijiiaiitml I : .11101 East West, North and

railway shall be laid III eaih strttt in I Isnfll eration or use l.i said mal.ll'uilI. op ', the matter .if submission will be the ailiiiimstral! \ nf the I'stat. ..f I' H

location a> liaV be desi Taltd. b\ 'I of tl.t ncnts$ raiILJ. privileges the'cij.yniFnt 1 rltflaU"J or rejection tl.uch eltfto- >'I") i.-i-i. all j -i..n> uwintr tlMe.:ut..i 1'\ Iii;' 1.\1:11: MAIL! I -- -

t the City Council That sai-1 railw.tvl.jIi j I'I't ': hen in and hereby -aid fatt ot : & of motor railway aie iiotihe.i to ,'aUIt uin. nail l pa> .

(l'Lfull substantially to tl.t p'resmt'natural (irhiitc shall be auIU or Cnndas.n"L. I.ICO:1.n..rt I " SFIt\.I. Enu-ccr 1'1'1 I Si t \ I \ r \! ,.\JI\tUT
&radc of all"ungraded streets''' iujul sustained : .under my hand this l..ith dav ..f Admini-tiatii\ : Modern :
and avenues until thc shall 1,1 eradui ; soi.s )or Lit auy Ilt".1 or ptr- May, A D., 111 I Pullman : (OtMNORiH 4'\1;'.
I b
and in castof t; n.1'a ff'Ptrv, > rca"'L : care- L. \V. GHEENL : --- -
riltUt : 1', 01 miscondua d Equipment -- --:-
\ t'UUt.s to the" tnar \\nglit s K. 11.1111p'uL;
& i iraIetteref Wnnht. JI .
t .ta.d ttnpKiue-s, atent" Srnauts the .II.t 1"\'Ir. I 'IT( OF Till' 1. 1w 'Uit1. I
; tl.1 said grant.-a-s shall iaviall c in F J AS A. tn, -Citv t >rk. I -
sticeis.1lt\t1'1 the rails ,1..1 j t.-r tfnt \. twi.f ai.adt-iiwit sa.j iflirtlutlluli, 11ptutWl of I I il[11111 WRIGHT & WRIGHT IIIIII.II.t.! .| ,-raiii.i: ilailyf lhramuIm -IIIXIF FI.ulIb.SItI, : FLU K > I IUuNTiiOUKft 1'11.UJlTflI:

uut'ik t. the the JalliemuU -rears on streets or ; ,1t-t'J'r.! ,, uiii, ,laikMivilleOrleans 1-. \'l"I.I TI..IV. -
raillh highways And in 4 *> any ) I. .\ \

city rials adjaernt n.? an-I....r r.-to : 1 t.'Lall u-ed kft bthe j i.j\ ;, at taw ..r I ,quit. ) shfcllbeie.oured judgtmtnt T. E. FITZGERALD .\ ttl ) >-;atI.aI I \ :, tll New ___ _-_ !"\ ;O.1.111:11': \ 1.1 \11I 'Li1_____:_-.----

iL. | aliir.t Sol" City\ b\ rIa..n&fariii .,.:; T. -
...I t.rI and c.nstqutine u : .rlW, I IltL: asia I-.i ;
U.II\I.111.1 g \ r repair ,.f the "f the andpii1tItgc I I fI\ \ -\ mii': llO ); 1'11.U I 1\' ,
lIlt lu.111 jming and rept\ing whuiwhrrev I ATTORNEY AT LAW I l""r full I I iiiiorinatioii an.I I J ATI I 8endra.i.rU d
Lixt .
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I -rti"tis rn- h ,IH. il 1.ll'l to"td and deMribd I I.IK III uiile ti. k.t> guod ox.r i :, luau :n: .'lot .f'

t i"rt of r-iid tarvua II.r. to said 1.1 ante. *, Slid ot the exenise 1.10H.OUJ. I xati.iiis ml! .h iinx -"al"Jard |I |, ,.4irllrIjS ,? ,LeSiliUi at rat
.tn.ts hiit.utv- j 111 "aka.t ..1.
: lilll.ilil ;?
11. I 11 and E. .
: : Mijoym.nt t thereof by saul J. Rawlings M. D. I -i:
oetiipit-.I I U I it.-, aaiu Associated withLAMIIS at' lit. ill Write :! I Limited I to ,'tiC .liildl
\\.t.1 tl. f.f I[ I ranttes or by rfa"u of the earths.- ; ; > farIn.m 1 ",i ..' "".1.1.

hat.lhi,11"f any.J rail.hull if n> i-\ .> laid That l.ll.ail !,I ness i.< gtt ..r' n.1 l''LtUl their tmi & FISH A u M 1i1d'4I\\EI.I.: : Ihi"IIIUUIClIl Il'gliltliLg I ata, I'uliuiau I, lilH tfl'il JgtI 11Ilal.t. \
to IrH. on
iI'a--s. aaIhi.-
i agtnts or r\hLts afore-said itt-i.- "\rl t :lt. III I
streets. mid as Florida'Spetm to II.tor. \-"I'titht Io.rltl; l.'ts-.
the top.-f rail
11.1 U- I I'lIt
:1.81 ';" shall L liable to I jwiy said ,' fat il, HUNK.. |ju t m\ 1.0. j I' Ai"I I
level \ I'u.
on a "itl the tuifact of :itt Cit of Dajtona thus reco'vercd tits tom e\an aIm Otfii ? in Stauks 1'11.( I'Duiie 1 24. I I'llOXL :: u. I rr:1'111 1:1' \\ eM Bit.1
J At KrsON \lLLt. FLORIDA N.t"t Bhil'lIl. !. .1 U K.-"> 1. I *--t

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