The Daytona gazette=news

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The Daytona gazette=news
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Ormond gazette=news
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Daytona gazette news
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Daytona Fla
Edward Fitzgerald
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May 11, 1907
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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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Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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Ceased in 1922?
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Vol. 18, No. 50 .... Everywhere R<*che. All Clxtct.' Daytona, Florida, Saturday, May 11 I, 1907. Bat AdytrtUlpg Medina !. Diytom and _Ylc inity Price 5 Cents 'r

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i HATTERS i ii e

i Correct in Styles. Personal attention to Fittin .* Col. Seymour Howell Returns to 'kh-I At !rew 5m)rna on Last Saturday Nearly 5 I,So(} brendcd in Making a SELLS EVERYTHING.L I I i
No ii. S Jutb Ik'ab $tlvet. Iaf tuiia. : I
..........*.......................................... Iran and Tells of Va)ton a's Many Braves Front Daytona rood Road between Daytona S >; ',: blatiomry, Fishing Tackle, '

.. Many" Attractions. Were In Attendance.: and Ormond.A : Glassware, Lowucy's Chocolates, &mcuir

rrh.n i.Wiii.Wii. ...iiiin"n..iiiiiiiffiiiiii.' iiiiiiini.Wiiiiii, 'iiiri, iiiii.iiii".r The following from an Adrian The Red) Men I tookew Smyrna large amount of road work has 1 : Cards, TalkiiiR Machines, Dulls, To\, and

I (Michigan) newspaper gives an idea last Saturday night, not Seminoles i I been done the past winter between 's BARNES 's'sS
i Miller=Strohm Co. of how Colonel Howell appreciatesthe bent on wreaking vengence, because I. Daytona and Ormoud, mainly within -

beauties and attractions of Day- Tommie Tiger's bones had been disturbed the corporate limits of the town S Will also frame your Pictures, sharpen your {

Successors to ;; tona: but pale faces that have be- '\of Holly Hill, and almost entirelydue Knives Scissors, Lawn Mowers, Etc., and i

PECK & FOSTER. Lieutenant Colonel Seymour Howell come Indian warriors, hunters and, to the energy and perseveranceof S repair almost anything that is out of whack.
I and Mrs. Howell have returned .chiefs. It was the occasion of thJ two of the citizens of that little 1

Family Groceries from a six month's stay in Florida, instituting of a new tribe of Improved -| town, Wm Wetherell, Sr., and T. H. In. Fact, for AnyVant, :

I and are brimming with praise for the Order of Ret! Men at that Cave, Sr.
.. Grain Fancy beautiful city of Daytona on the east place. The new tribe, which will Mr. Wetht'rrllllt'lr-ln a cruSlclefor BARNES I

coast, where the colonel leased: his be known :as Ostinola Tribe, No. 33, the marling of Ri l igewood avenue ,
and Fool i
=E ; furnished cottage.As was instituted by Great Sachem W. through to Washington!' avenue on : THE NOVELTY

a ir. ALLIN THE MRCD." l'rodu l'rodllcts71iMHNNmwN1Nmmmmm"m1JHmmmmIH'mn.Y1mmmmnmmWNmN the "weather" i is first in the 0. Iloblm, of this city, and GreatChief the north, which latter had been .
;; : 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA
4t; heart of all wintt>rsil.kdrial1iws, of Records, Charles F. P.urg- 1: marled by the town and donations i
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---- the colonel said when queried, "Whythe man, of Seabreeze of the Great|i some The town had) also
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weather almost Council of Florida Totkakem canal
is monotonous. j, bridged the Mason( A Carswcll
You Stop Darningwhen In our whole six moth's residence in Thomas. Smith.of the Great Council + and opened Ridgevvood avenue to
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you once buy the new wear- Florida we had only a partial| two of the I'tiited States, and a resident Washington venue a year or more

proof, rub-droof. linen-reinforced days of rain. That's summer at a of Indiana was also present.The j!ago, but only a few 1lot'h adjoining -

"Cadet" Stockings!, made of plains that stretch, indeed, and there are many degree team of (Osceola} Tribe.1| Kingston had been marled i CONRAD GROCERY CO. i
-twisted threads-s>o
% yarn the roughest wear can find no who would like to try the monotonyof No.1?I,'or Daytona, was present for'I In consideration of the waiving of

b weak places. Dyed fat. and it." the purpose of exemplifying the degree -! its proportion of county road money .
pure, will never stain or burn. The city of Daytona is one of the work. The tribe was instituted by the town, County Commissioner : -(Successor to E. T. Conrad & Co.) S

:25 rents a pair and guaranteed. most beautiful of all southern winter with a full quota of thirty members I E. L. Potter agreed to use *500 of : --

THE PECK-HENDRICKS :CO. resorts. People are attracted there and several other citizens of the !:I i the county funds on this avenue, : Carry a Full and Complete :

every winter from almost every state town have expressed a desire to become provided the amount necessary to .
+ Cor Beach IHYTOX.'LA.St and Magnolia. Ave., north of Ohio, and swell the popula- Red Men, but were unable to complete it, repair Washington ai \"- : Line of Plain and Fancy :

tion of:iI,))} or G,.Mil) in summer to I be present that evening. The tribe ;i i enue and marl Forest avenue on the |.
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in winter. The homes has started in
12,000? are out a nourishing south from Ridgewood: : to Front I j

....... .................N--...-...-.-..........--..-..111.. magnificent and have all the modern I I. satisfactory manner, and theme is nodoubt '; street, should l he raised in some i OCE I :i
conveniences, while there are but that it will grow to be one |i: manner. The town appropriated

Bond Lumber CompanyMANUFACTURERS I churches and opera houses as in the: of the best tribes that will gather :: *lL'j toward the work and donated I' .
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home cities. Ridgewood avenue is the around the council fire in the State :: the marl from the town marl pit. : t

OF main resident street and is some six of Florida. .' Mr. Wetherell raised the balance I HILL BUTTER. : ,

ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER ... ... miles long and one hundred feet The following i officers were chosenfor : necessary between 700) and 800, I .. I,I
PINE AND CYPRESS wide. On either side it is lined with the new tribe: by private !subscription' in Daytona, .. I I

Lime stately palmettos anlllh'roaks. which Sachem, S. R. Os.o) ;. I: Kingston Scabree/e:: Ormond and : The Conrad Grocery i I
Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, 1 t.I
meet above forming arch nearlythe Hill.
an Sal- Holly
Senior S.iganncre: M I. A. <(<:
office and Yards: Fat Peas : H_ T Conrad A Co's. old stand.111111111111111111111111111111111N .
; ; and Cement in Stock.. Kll *y and Orange Avnttio entire\ '. length of the avenue, and breath. I I At times during the fall and win

:M I II.I.H- 11111 Atlantic('..a.l Uno Ito tin mlliioulh or JukMD"III.. with their graceful drapery of Rpanish Junior Sagamore, H. ('. Nell ter, the river road becomes impassible i- : ........
Kalamazoo.on Hanfnrd llrnncb ..f the K Jo:.C'. KT- make the of tides which f fi _
moss wry prettiest Phophct, W. P.:. Pollock.Keeper : owing to high cover ----
Phone 83 R. J. MALBY. Manager. i lovely pictures The Halifax river of Records: ,J. H. M<.Cathy. i it at points between Holly Hill and ......1.1.....1.1.....

........................................... ........ runs' the entire length of the town. Keeper of Wampum, II. C. Wal- Daytona. The marling of this section .
The Halifax River Yacht Club of dron. of Ridgewoud avenue secures at
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. 11riNi. Yt'rrArihhhYii, ifi.'iNr'iwJrYJ.W Iti rtli iii'W..NnWiiW.WNNnWNiJnY.wrmir'ii iNwY, which (!,d. Unwell is a member, has First San nap, C. W. Welch. all times a high and dry driveway i; Curiosity l t is Not Always a i ;

, ;e A. D. ncBRiuej F.N.l:9NRAD :: its commodious tub house on this Second =Sannap, X Rolx) 'rson. between l Ormond and Daytona. I .

Pre Id nt C. hkr river, and here most of the motorboats Guard of Wigwam R O. Gil- j Front street, as the river street is .

I MERCHANTS BANK j I It are housed and the starts breath. named in Holly Hill, was also sorely : It will pay you to investigate I

made for the races Guard of Forest' II. 1 in need of repairs, owing to the .
= 'Br.n-fc \.lu.U County B.fik) 3: Here also is the East Const Automobile S-.lshton. '!long continued dry weather and the prices and quality of our f
| Capital Stock....___.............._......................? 50.00J) | association'lt ---- I .
race('On rse,sJne j the heavy travel on it, particularly I I'i
| Personal Liability....................... ............... 100,000 | fifteen miles of hard level beach, and GREAT DAY ON I I during_ the winter season Mr._ I' GROCERIES :

Transacts a General Banking Business. 3 l.eretere the big races: pulled oil Cave, knowing the limited resourcesof r'Q

14 per cent. I Interest Compounded Quarterly [Paid on : while the Colonel and Mrs.( Howell THE ST. JOHNSJ! the town, voluntarily assumed theta.k We can save you considerable a.r
were residents. It was on this course of raising the necessary money
5 Savings :
5 that the big Stanley steamer wentto RRR by supscription, and though he did $ $ $) $ $ $ $ $ i
:f Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent 2 pieces, while trying to better a I not succeed in completing the re-
The of the Osteen Section Hold -
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---- -- -- -- -- and the driver barely escaped with Their Annual May Day Picnic deal of work on the larger part of S. W. CAI i iI I
1.1WHEN ................Ne............... : his life. Col. Howell says he did not and Barbecue. IOn the river road. I I

YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING I witness the scene, but arrived at the May( first all roads on tho west !i He secured by subscription in Or i

j course shortly after the accident. side of the county lead to the pavil-1 mond, ells i in Daytona, $11S and : The North Beach st. Grocer.
getting a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin knot: a Hot Air FurntN': : "
I The bathing facilities of Daytona, lion on the banks of the St. Johns j, in Seabree/e, .I. Also J. E. Fran-I I ; No. 19. I
of the other metal necessities rrplirC'\1 to complete a mntlern cis of Ormond furnished and
or j
any as well as of all East Coast towns, river. The sun had scarcely more men
dwelling, remember that I I are excellent: and hundreds of bathers than shown his face when wagons'and teams to the amount of $3 n< and the

; are seen every day Liking their buggies were seen wending ] Hotel Ormond supplied men and -.------- ----

C. HASH StSONDAYTONA. j dip. While Col. and Mrs. Howell their way thitherward], and the procession [ teams to the amount of $103.:; The .

L .I i were there one young: lady: got: beyond kept up until nearly noon. town of Holly Hill furnished the

: TLA. I her depth, and was seized by As a result of the improvement in :( marl and appropriated $11M< ) toward I. Norman S.

are best prepared ro give prompt and reliable nerviee at fair I the undertow and was carried out the roads, people came from almost the work on this street and in addition ,
I quite a distance, but the colonel 1 says every !section of the county have made other necessary!' repairs :
on.olu ia Avenue next to tho Armory. 4 I
General rf'plir shop ; .
i by sheer pluck and I courage: ',uite a number of teams" came I I '
Phone 5.S. Out of town work solieited.1NiN 1; managed: to float for alxmt an hour from Sanford and. also a number on ; This makes a grand total of nearly LUMBER. ;

....................................... and a halt until a boat could reach the steamer "Mamie." A special $1 1.{>IJO) on these two. streets -onnect-
ins: Ormond and Daytona. Thereare
}11.. 1..1 1111111 1 1 1 1 1 111j I her.The fishing at Day tuna i is excellent car was from}brought up on the DeLand morning also j; scarcely half a dozen vehicles of Yard, Magnolia: Avenue and I". V. ('. Railway.
train Titusville
d. iiRuimsov It. I>. TV1I.OU I and many varieties can IK caught in ; any kind other than bicycles, Plans, llstimatcs and Supi-rintendemT Real Estate:
: the Halifax and Indian rivers, weighing was well represented as well as (: I'oJ,: South Ik-achStnx-t. W II EDMONDSOX:,; .
The to read l IIy is the owned (Holly Hill but the travel
only light in
electrie.. It is the neare-t : any place up to forty-live' :New .Smyrna, Oak Hill n".1Wt ; y 1htoni.. ri"rid.i Plioni-s at oTw( '. yard, and (' (
pjinufh on these roads in the winter season,
}pounds, 'l tit, said the colonel, Orange.It .
: o : to the pure white light of "I'm too lazy to fish I didn't havea particularly on the river road is i I
J day. It doesn't flicker or.burn up j was estimated that n"t teas! ,: '
: line in the water all the time I was constant :"IIIII'a\'y. which illustrates
the in the air. The rhetric i.
oxygen than "iOO: jioople were on talc
there' alligators too
.. course the fairness of asking for outside n'l-
t the
only one
light mtnyservucs
and Cell.1 Howell numl of whom
I are very numerous, grounds a goodly >er -
l" sistance In-ill.i Th1. total
rendered the law
assossiiKiit -
-y- y magic : said that at Port < )range, he saw thesame came from across the river in Orange' 'i "
current ( >nie ami l lit H vh< \\' "C llollv Kill is altmiSliOlt. City
old ;aIli ;ltllrlgl'.1 up at aI Connly. llmi John Sauls,, of l mri.raod ,-
htt '!>-<'tri< it\ will .1.l i fur .I
31)11 w 4 ,
of "llid.
I I h"tel that ho saw nin. year ago at I I lion N>ih 11'ceslrn6, out )vinilv I.rynrnts| :
2 you ; I the. same: place are I I'i in, tow,l"-oti a It'n .c-rr marl:,
Whil there (Col. Howell( ran I of Orlut.lo.wrl' among: thi I promtiifiit '" i- s. OPEN [
pit pr.H litany all of the 1..1.! inif Ming --
2 Daytona Electric Co. .. the. s
I ai'ro .H Wm .lilili.' .Ir, who station! figures on groundsTh
IIMI.1| for ro.idoik, lint uiihhwould .,
dN1111111NNN14 : agent for the East ("wst Railway: atDaytoua f.. ill
rerntim'.wns.I''nt: plo\-
1 rw(" i.,2 .South (?leach Street : I> and says that ho is a"I'r} I I amount to bout Iiltl 1 for Il.spnrpM'nubsfurtitied 1
ant conversation and renewing old
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N11111N1111111111111111111111111/. busy man. Col!. and Mrs.I Howell I farm .IIf" .
also visited Mr. and Mrs Ch\rlffll I friendships. Just at twelve u..lo..k! other soiiMi'. .is in thf! f I.iii'punu! II' s n.e
----.4': I Ikvnor, formerly of the Maple City dinner was anuounml, ;and sue' Ir a stance'
F..labll.b..1 ,eAU. Our PrlP. are Right,.1ta.hlnrnthe Bont :. who have a bungalo a few miles from dinner as it was' Our old friend. --

: Stationery and ;:: Daytona. Mrs( )Howell( said that it Cable O tt''n. assisted, by }Ir. Kirk, Death of Dr. Hmnter. GEO. H.
k. is most bC'autiful"ith its orange I'
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i Portable Engines. : groves and royal palms and that on Lad been busy since" midnight Martin R.1: (fainter M 1. I n., died at ,-
Boilers : the drive to the bungal, nasturti "roasting to a turn. l beef pork and his home on Ridgevvood avenue, -- --- - J
i and : urns and other flowers were in full mutton. Both of these gentlemenare Kingston, Monday, aged ,*Mears. ; ?:!'.'y@.o nairli!!!''!'ii x: ..5'erlr: !u m

SAW GRIST MILLS.HILU5.THRESHERS.SHINGLE 4 4i 1 bloom all along the way. adepts in the art of barbecueing The deceased, who had been in
MACHINES all kind ofUchlnery l: Another interesting happening of meat. failing health for some time, leavesa I, I The Seaside Inn.K7K I
i .- and Hill Supplle their ,'isit"as a storm on the Atlantic wife, daughter and. son, Dr. A. I R.Hainter :.
is i: weeks which des (u..ic"as furnished }by a quartette who arr \'e\lllere Thursday
: Write today for our complete catalogues We can save you money. about two ago,
Complete line carried in stock. Address all letters to :: troyed the ocean piers and grandstand from Sanford and was: of a very :.of last week from Bess.marIa.. r', 1111.1' :' :.\ : : FL\ (;.OODALI. I' 0.1, i iI
!>trH' 4 of the automobile association. order. During the afternoon Services were held at the residence .
high .
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ATLANTA, OEOROIA. I \ \\ .j n for th.i <>n ol ]1'KMVT under the manngvtnnt or
i MALSBY COMPANY, In fact Colonel and Mrs. Howellare dancing was indulged in, as was at one o'clock/Tuesday afternoon -
..N1N/NN/NN/NNN11NN1N 11111...11 NNI N 1. so taken with the summer climate tho..e,1,0 Rev. fluttery officiating, and ; HORACE F. STEWART.
1 ------- -- also horse racing bv en- the remains were shipped to Xew
flowers I
wonderful *
-- --- --- and the palmettos ; , Iai' I.on-.II The hotel w
l"'ini "> tuna
Il n
( new
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!)!X! trees and live oaks, joyed that sport. Conrord, Ohio, for interment. Dr. :
orange .; uflitsapl\ >ointinent with larjr" very pVo.-ant} .nwjm \"'
REAL and the beauty of the city of Day- The occasion closed with a big D. A. Bainter accompanied his father e tluMK-van,. aol>l o i,ts,+ltr' l K"atinz'" 'l\IIino and Paean '
J. C. BUTLER tona, that they will receive their dance at Osteen at night. A more s remains north. The bereaved '
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ESTATE. week. Many wife and daughter will remain here
Daytona paper every
incidents will undoubtedly recall orderly crowd never assembled, and for a time at least. Dr. Bainter had II Surf Bathing is Unexcelled. I
i Cottages For bale or Rent. Phone 234. I the pleasant winter months spent in the day was enjoyed by all present.Get : but recently been appointed post.
DAYTONA BEACH. FLORID: ,! the sunny south. ready for next May. -," A master at Kingston. aw'i'i.i'a iw a'awi sw..v4..a's vus1'it S' 1'ra'swi(i''II...... iJ.
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i DAVTONA BEACH :j Mis Mo..te and MIIIOIIMoure -. San

.I..ISeabreeze this "iekPresiding, Irate. for Itingtuinptori, N. 1'., tea. Inai J.,. Mateo Cigars ]

t.ldcr: Luther. S. Under! l will i QT
May S-Mr. and 1 Mrs. H: c.1) i
all winter arrive from Miami .1tUt.I..v afternoon.
Molton. who had apartments
A business 1II..t'tilliII be heM) ,, l r. .
the I :Saturday Have MadeA
in the Knowlton block, 'illlwnd| t n 1
summer in one of the llreakvr; 'UU>'1i t'\'t"nillg&t 7 oMotk, and l he sill

thry preach and hold communion t>er\i kl'i:
un the beach. Just at present
Sunday moriiirig at eleven o'el.a:k. ;-:--- I
are domiciled in the Ktaimre. eP.. GE II I II
M. 11. Knowlton and wife will x-nd H..u. Kirk and Kutten.f the M \:. I. Reputation of
the summer at their summer home at Chun h ndll h ..pulpits: last :-.t.t.ath'l: MVP OF)l Till l: 1'1)01'bI.I1: -\" Ol \n.\\llC. i

heel from ,' --- -- ----- --- -_ I
a -
Belfast Me. Mr. Knowlton ii, putting fliey prea tt'IlIIIt'r"t'>| t"l'i' .

his aparlment'K>oms in rt'I\Moir errpara- \lr<. W. II, \\ill.iijM M rq.rclingher THE heat)' rtpas11r| : old iinonveni, nrr, as the, rest 'o.i>t M.(.tloii burr Len calltdUNIII ;I
tory to a eummer n absence. bun, Mr U4.U-SOH and faiiuly, t>f New011 '- I Nell 311..r time, Xklten, the}' haxr' any tocoiitiibute from their own |MMLeU Own.

Miss Frances: Conrad will visit with N. J., tisit her, arriving Wethiesdnv I burins* tailing: them ,In tin- present for (the inaintiD.Ulteof tl.eioniitV

her siiter, Mrs. J. R. Iliuh, ,>f l>4Ttr Tti ir<:.ljy; ..1"-! > her nephew II AR1:: BRIGtrrlIt (,"IIII Site. mad I from, I IkiUoiu: to Uriimiid, $:;7:1: 3I1

for a few weeks. W. l')'ft11<| Ltugliter, Marion, .>f I 'I Letrrn41ofw.Ilium lit of l late ye.trsh.lS lbryurrrflllthrtrdlr.l| U|'"ll (to e ii- The success of the San Mnteo Cij-fsir: is one) of

Mr. Clegg and family, who rune bern 1 Chester \. J who will be of the Ica| ty. It .. 1 : tarn along: t the liar "C the ll-t Coast tribute in money, anal UNir the, sum nf

occupying one of the Clarendon cottageson I Mr. and Mr-I *. WC'Lst.t'rIh.\ .) hate had 1 1I i::.iUiy: and ..ons4iiintly the. fctit; I $'11111.) 1II11i..t1a"| n>eil in oieii a newroad the greatest industrial triumphs of the KnstCoast.since (

Grand view boulevard, left Mondayfor I I rooms in the 0)\\t'nUalf', (have reivatly For Creation of Atlantic County by 'di'IIIII.I'i: las\ .n making, rapid strides in Intuitn sami; plai-es and to i \ the f...'l'Zl'.

their home In Pennsylvania. taken room over their torf. the Legislature-Captain MorrisSpeaks : Is.pulall.lIandtI1r.rnt.| Uhin the HIM mad, which it by noiiidtnsacountyroad

Mn. Munsell and her daughter, Mrs. Mrs. Gorman anti grandson Harry : present I county site w a* located 1 the, enthusiastically. i :Made from the rlioicot! growths ( tobaoeo that .the
: o peninsul.i -
Arnold and Mrs Curtis
HelU, of DeL&nd. arrived yesterday, companion, J.IIIIIel.timl hail the major imputation. ; <> tw fit to conlribiiU3XI.( These;

and hate taken the Wigwam, one of the who have burn occupying "iif of the1'hillip.H Captain )r.lrri1l:1.: ..t at Tallahassee .: 0 todav the coast: .*...lion has mole than I 111".r money w..n: ill aildition to all of ; of Florida and the Island) of Cuba can produce and wrap. ....

beach cottages, for the summer. cottages left Mond.iy for all last wick! explaining to-t} was in the, entire county at tkt time, I the marl. which \\;
Dr. E. L. Totter, his mother and sis Springfield, M.iss.Dr. the legislators the. reasons'' while the |N.pul.itior\ hiss: fallen .,hl1111 roads n6irb \\"lIul.IIU'"I l>.ibly: haxeaiiionnt : the) <<. ('ig;.ir industry the world! q never prodnc-ed lrf-lt r gmnU..
ter, Mrs. Wilkinson lea\e shortly for J. A. Van Yalz.ili has Ixgun: work : many : the St. Johns :L'Sa r.,:.nit of (II... ..1-el rile- '....| to at \le.-ist IfUNItubicards, .t

Evaasville, where Mrs Wilkinson has a un a cement sidewalk which will be laid wilYtfanti(' comity. should !11t' e'c- !! Lull of the orange: : industry.'Ihe of ., \'alulti..r i *;.,u, and was eontrilH For ude by all t the leading lintels, : and clubs and) by the. UnionNexxs

summer home, and where they will join in front of hid handsomi """Itt'rty.| ,.ated out of tllt11:1.t side of 1111.{ 'i a. i iI I lust and. Litest inforiii.tlioii that nisei by the TIIIIC Holly Hill. ('''III pall) on every train enleriiiK Floiida,

Mrs. Potter, Jr.. and babY Helen. I I:I C. llibbard came home la..t.t"f'k I Then- are several other roiintvf die iI j ue have as to the fI'-'id.'IIII"'I"lIati..n! | ofllaytona In the matter of public schools, ; |11,1} -

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fields habeen : after a month's stay in J.tcks!<>nille.Mr vision bills: before the House anal'I i,. 5J1N: and this) is obtaitud) I tuna, whuh maintains: the, only. sat i Twi-nty siz..,;, styles and grades to select from.SALI .

enjoying a brief visit from the former's *. 1'. Vanderhoof, Mrs. J. C. Sclby, I 1 1I from I,: high" M" h.".1 \.lu'i1 i county amt which 1'
Senate. The bill a' lately crogdeGI.NhichtahuLltion
: : : to create
mother, Mrs. S. J. Fields, and his sister, of Newark, N. J., and Mrs J<>hn Kirk, I IWIl.isj I II oat s\xorn to I by the makers i' !10:'>'+ }in taxes on a \.iliiation of oxerI.Lt(0KHI. I 1'( )Il : BY ALL DL LtHS.lnn'lr1l.tlfn1111. .

Mrs. John Reed, who came up from In- of New York, l leave Thursday for Jatk- county out of i Hillsborough has. already | and! -utcpfcd by the city council. DM-I t nil. '( ,( Has' allowed the sum of
I | \\ '
dianola Saturday and returned t.heJay son\ille. They were at St. Petersburgpart parsed the: House on third ton:. Hcacli ha, a |pa >l i2h.tion! of three I I ?:{,<>7U from the County: S hool. lioard I .\:

following. of the season, but declare Daytona I reading and i is now before the Sen ', hundr.rauNI' 1 twcnty-hxe, cording to :t I while ivl.ttul with :. loner grade : I S. W. ROWLEY IAN MATEO '

Mr*. Clark and Miss Mullett left Tuesday Beach is their preference forever here ate. The till to create Palm Heath I II i-ertificate from the, m.iyor of said town.Scabrcce 1 : 1 allolhi.'h juxin taxes to \o-.1.i.1 | FLORIDA

for Williamson Mich. Mrs. Clark after. ...- Coiititon of about[ .
a %
I Its dilation .f four hundred
I county from the north of I a | >| ,
," has been occupying one of the apartments }{ev. It. K. Marsh was over from the part'l nciiird ill lit a like eerlifn.ate.. 'f'-.I.I""I.. rcii.i\cd the sum of still: ; ;.VIfrom I.1A1r la..Ilul..I..Ilul ltul..L. :
in Miss Mullett's home on Valley city trying his fine Italian hand 1111 :tIIlllle. I has parsed the Senate, cm final I :: I. the said :2:*tool I IGpard.

street during the season. of the nibblers at the Keating .pier yesterday ing :10.1 l is now in the HouseAll : Kingston, an unineorporateil suburb -- -_ i

I Billie Burkhardt who has been visiting and is reported to have mad a Ihixtona, now -isking: for :annexation -- -
Niagara Hydraulic Engine J
the division hills )luxe IHVIIrejvrled
I I"C: at lei>t two hunilreil and lifty.fully !
with friends here for some time past, good catch. Holly Hill.
left the latter part of last week for New The Seaside Inn is closed for the an- I adversely by the HOIIM ) Hill hs-xt l. two hundreil and Nill.leliser water in ohundance 'to ]*>ints''' within n

York. nual spring cleaning. It will again committee !but a minority rejmrt Blake! fifty, all of these, Icing! :MtMsl by ,I rule II the ,
; open I I IMIv Bill M.i 9- Mt.. Utn U el li iI ( source. It requires absolutely no altf'''.
Miss Kelley closed her cottage on Valley June 1st. Mn F. X. Smith the 1"'l'u.1! signed by four of the nine members one railroad I station: Ihixtona. The :'I end II), Jr, and children returned I" lion not even oiling-and.) will last for
of 1)a tuna station tied live years
] street and accompanied by her lar housekeeper, goes north for the sum have been submitted all each case! agent ) .. saxs : { Cr"lIIcw :?iii\rna here they had Utni Write for Cattl..guC', 1
k uncle left Tuesday for Western Ohio. mer. She expects to return by Oct. !.". and! ordered l the years ago eleven n>|d l xicsof all gradesdid i \ siting Mrs.rthcnll's si>ter. liaxing t'' .. JOSEPH OSBORNE
and spread upon journal the I ail road. Western Union and I'hdpne'Jii. I' U. box :l:s> DA YTONA:
The building and the renting of the resume her duties at the Inn. j gone tew Smyrna otur.IIY.: : FLA.
Xotwithstaiuling the adverse Southern Exprcs.IXISIMOS; -, at tttispl.uc,
Clarendon cottages will) be in charge of Mrs F. Graves: children and companion ( i, Mr": Islam Piter-ton aryl lul.l.. \ ro.- -- -- -- ---
Dr. Potter's confidential secretary, Mr. llisal'ora Thomas, who have 'Irf-en report[ the House rus-tcd i the Pinellas : while during the |Ir'l winter there were1cmploxcd turned Monday Cr"lliI'H'ml! wciksI IE.
tit D.
Crocker, who with his charming wife, at Ocean Spray: for some time, left I bill on third reading: and) will I'r.-l 1 bx the railro.iil 'IIIIOIIIY| nine |I visit with friends. and nl.itncs! ill :Sanford : STEWART M. D.

I.i i ,..ill.pend the summer here.E. Thursday for their home in Gainesville. I ably do likewise with. the others.As assigned i : to the passenger' d'iot| :indj ; :.h.II.I.\\. Mr. Pttir-xxi IUd I I and I Physician and Surgeon
Physician; Surgeon.
W. Smith and wife, who hate been J. M. fields is having a four-ruuna ('(.t-I j twelve I.. the freight .1"I..t.! 'I 1'I.r. :oulh- j IUusnill I IH.lHurlNalunklYuN1! n turned !>(l..srUI Attention to f>!...."..>-.of I boKVE. .

occupying his brother's studio building; eage erected on a lot ownt'dl.y him on 1 the (creation of the alioxe new 'I cal Exprensnmp.iiiy: having separateuflicrrugdv.r | I with them 13-J S. Ji')1\\II.KI: ; .Axe Phone 25i [::.\It TIIIIOAT :and XOSK.resident '

on Grandiew avenue, left Tuesday for Grandview, south of the Bunch 1"'Hagl'l l county out ill portion] of Voiusucountyu :I ) foiir. while theVet.. rn j Mrs. R 1.. Howard. Uixtona): "IW, h, ;i Office! Hours I 12.31}-;; p. m. h 30-S p. m rime, atld .. \
Pasadena in the Stewart Brush addition. I.. Z. '' certainly a live LSHIC to our citizen I'mon Telegraph[ Comjunx: under normal ?: :No. tIa'ftOU"
CaL : ;
I ]I is ing < men! walkiHt; | down faun DAMON I II.A. I.ruo r P"hllrllu a.tI.. .
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Burdick ht.the contract. f I and of interest: to the present legislaturej winter iliditl"lis, imploded\ Mjxenatid i o .
Kwing; "ho have her lanes to \ltf "strct in frmit of her T..I..pbooe M.STKNVAUT
had rooms in Mrs. Godsmark's house J. S. Cnrtin and daughter who" Irate j that: is Ling called upon| to |o.s.s on the I during the auto' hull a large foneofexjxits I pmpaYly| I...,... \. 1'ah.r Cool l i. Joins. !: i DR. W. A. (iOV7E
I merits of the committee : were add'il. The railroad 1 ; fora 1.4t.eart
our case, x\ho "ord
been beach NUI
since all
on wint..r.
January, left Wednesday morning l"I|prt t to I i the work.I .
for Fostoria and later leave this week for their home in [ ban this matter! in charge, on 'behalf of ,.-(IIII.t..ll"l fourtci'n for the stun I I
Grand II
LedgeOhio. <>wa. ( 1'. \\ 'll"'nil exj)pscts! to Icaxe f..r I
Mr. Babcock I the dhisionists: bog to submit) the tot iiier. the, trxprew force t.. thaw and the & BLY
anddaughter. Inz.. leave
;, U lldftoo.1. \. J.. the fir-t..1 next Wet-li. Dentist.i .
The Ladies'Sew mg Circle met Wednesday this: week for Grand Ledge, Ohm, wherethey lowing as the main )jioinU of our claim, I Western Onion furls. t.. four/ 1hu we ;i HIM family will Join; him later.J. I
land our representative at Tallahassee 1t.1\'" a liona fide resident p"|riiLiti<>n in LAWYERS
at Mrs. Dayton's with good will sjn-nd the summer. I : I ,
a : C. L,I, 1io..1 has inoxid! tolls J. ll.Ia3abey' .
attendance the winter absentees. i the I lone John U. Parkinson, is in \IIII )s-! I one township of :."..lIt I;.'..(". I iit.1.1; )tl.lg.'a.aa.1! a114.1! 1Ihlsllt.
considering .
j to the t. II. Cave cvtUeFront 1* 'iIIla-iu '
I session <>f sworn st.itcnicnU and certi- In addition ".have.. the itcorioraed| I' Iwk Building. l bkI.AND. 1.\
Temperance: : Day in Florida. 'o stntt. i riloNK: V!I. t' Rnuahut .. ., .
I I tied abstracts to prove every if in ten tion I t.unt..C Orniond m.1ew :Smjrii.t, the +h. \ er Pi.. kitrki*. I n\TONA
Mrs. \ call for
Stevens, mother and sister, Mrs a cum us to iMMtitiiatrirfiicrrfor ''
s and Miss Welker, and friends, Mr. and last Sunday May .1th, was IVm- herein m.'ido. I xillagesof Oak Hill) lIak'I'uk\ l'''nc r I the town eWlimi in JMK' > .ban kriwi.ur4 C. C. BOHANNON.IMiysioiau ::=::..
Mrs. Thomas, arrived as expected, and : perence Day) in many liun-lics ofi i( The territory I>r"I.. *<.1 l to l IK- embracedjin Park oral Port Orange, also! the settle". :I d{ by the |ireMijk..l of tin*
. will spend the month of May in one (.r I Florida, in accordant with thej I .\ : county is practically the mints on tlie lomok.i{ nxcr ;n..l'l'ru.= .-. :j The Hacking' : w set! ht Tumtkiy xriung.. I I : and Sursi'''n.r ::1 Neville H. dark j
l'rrrkNhi.h .u141.,11| tin" would hat B
Mrs., Stevens' cottages.Dr. 1 "Man. of Work"of the W1'man'tChrislian I east half <.f 1'olusiaeuunty, -us will ale[ r r' May .'I at 7 IJ li rhs. .II.d I he nW1 rd I.IHia.eotrrtta. ItN/a..11'A1er1wM'.itosM, It
.. nearly as u1:1nY IIH>IC. 1 fills x\e claim: i I"' ...... l
j jx-ur examin.ttk: { the ,1.\
upon t'
Leland has I
just solhis < llllmv. 1
Tempvrvntv I'liioii. In
handsome home in Charles City, Ills). TIle )portion available for Mttlemeut that Ulf're.uld be :i |piilatHKi .1 a'I"a.t 1 1 IP*. \\'ctln-rcU un II ,,.........v t"1I"1 I. OPTICIAN. :I Ia Ip :

Ohio, and their friends are pleased U this! city, strong and very intent {. of this: county '":'Y ire t defilK-d :L." a \ ",her thousand! : in the IH-W meaty, j th<: |p/rr/artMKls| ) for f.-It He HopI ..le4h. >neNo. 71. a tt

know that Seabreeze Tom hereafter be- ingsermons' were pn-adittl |I.y l Pr. !strip paralleling the St. Juhns rin.r..C which wouM, from point .*f p"["il.iti" ., I kms-r itch grant at thm jilus- won tin- I :: '\ ..

; rome a summer as well as a winter\ home Marsh, at .the ('<>II ;rt'gational an average of six miles and a-trip Iparalleling make. us counties.Aicorditig muih. .I larg"r than many of tliepifMcnt i I Hunch grant oti tinTorwAu rl\..,. own I! DBS. A1WOOD & RAWIINGS .:::. 't ;. :1:

for the doctor and his gracious:; \ if.... and by K'e\ Kirk at the Mfthoditt the Atlantic iMean "f an 'UilbxV., It. Talwr it mil take "\.t 1 i \, ,, '- lss

ilrs. II. J. Orth. children, their tutor, churches in the morning and l. average width <.f about\ the,: iiuli-a, to tlte tax 1.,1..i"Iu.i; i:t twelve milcsof fttHc for hoiU giniil I riiKi.tnaiul SurncuitvI' !i .
yUev. except: in the: c:>>ei>f Tomoka ri\erand founts for the >ear l'!,Oi the loco) xulue 1 \\ethercll, thrrr is s.mic :I
F. S. Cutter, and Mrs Orth senior and I S.IJH n..anl .. Kye: Examined:
(.JibUms: at the lliptist .IlIm.bin \i !s It.! \. ; s.It..1 > Frte.a ::
daughter! leave Spruce creek '" hich'rt'ach !back from the of the county was {irrt.v Ttw'\ .II sl
for PitUburg Monday.Mrs. I I I
Orth Junior the e\'( ning. coast line about sir miles and h.i\esomc! i II pw?-d new county ha... a real estate 1 ali t e'Klr; rttUr 11.'lia.+ >l.ix whirli txiuc l ..,tl I 1(1 !M.." : n.. ''''. .., .H.-lki; .JilSM.UK. .,.. a .. ::

I go to their, farm on and Lake children Erie will, where later The rising \otes'taken after sermons I available lands say: for .t toile each side 1 of 'J1.Ui7JiU, a |I....,!>f.n.dlIuatl.n of: :.31; large fenixjuMs. It.I I U. n.l ",.(, l u) e1..: J.aelry S,..,... II +

, they will spend the summer. ) were unanimous for prohibition of their Kink. The remainder of the !, *jn,47il.: railroad I and teharapdp. of i M ls ,IN-CII running the sultry lu ... !I..1, UOUGHTON if ..--_
I r. I county is in the main of a low llatwooda 57J4,14: ;. sb."inl that the I proposed) 1 1 this feiie.. _:

i The town council met in regular session for Florida. These actions will and cypress swamp| character and not '; new county paying taxes toll'alu"- alr,.. C. \. EII.: .....,,'. Mrs. U n Utns;; 1'. "

at the City Hall Monday night In be reported to Hon. 1 Frank Sams, I during this generation likely to be i lion of <3Ol.v>'; as against *ls'l,4IT l | 1I { ('art r. Mrs.( Pauline 1f'hI.1 Mi s 1 ttlusU4 "tflllt\ Ihttntl..,: .tIlwi' ..7y
the regular order of business a small lIon. J. B. Parkinson and I thp.o't.. J..nIlS"l'f"tit"I'of the .. '.ut", I, |"|., --- -- .
Hr.n D. brought into ue for settlement or cultivation paid by JonrfthimKlie) I wrnisiloro Itotii tMissCarrw "" 'jst'1.1 ,|vv 111..1! ..\l\.tMtt'lif and Title 'inompaay.
number of bills -
were lowed. A petition F. Morrison, assuring them of their beingaluable only for timber :, present county, shooing that we p IMV on I tt.o." ....ItI.... I.h...... ,.,
k to fill and shell Valley street from constituent's desire that I and as an open stock; rang- Thus the an a--c 8. mint of fifteen mill.s on the dot Mjdit.llinuitr.1 1,1.0? wUNflt't' aIPw
Ocean boulevard to Graodview boule- at the next i from i Kntcrjtn.sei : 1...........
two settled actions 01 Volu>i.i county : lar we are paying sl 1.f,OsS.!!! as against litc
:; yard was presented and granted. Being general election the people should 'I. 1611. ,... tla, tnsurvd.
are divided by an unsettled section of <:7, 417.70 contributed by the b-t. John .
I the last meeting of the council a ear, the be allowed to vote for or against I the- from fifteen: to twenty miles, which entails I Iseition. In the matter of liittitc tax: I .'Ir.hulues, 11an. list -\a 4 N. s i Ibner Mwlel ,',..? D. L"l _

' collector and treasurer submitted their continuance of the liquor tralhV. upon the |lte\'plc of the coat a great paid to Volu-iu county, the propowdnew 'I \ti. "M' I'wue. .t. t y ud TtraItNN Jr
!If.u, an not al Ito* ttMU. t I..o
MH> m a.rf 1. .
\,. reports which were referred to the financial I hardship and expense when obliged| to : <-..uoty pl'S1.3'O as against ss V. of I" ne himl. vt > awaMtrN11) 1-1111 I t > t yl'h aWAVa,, twrtl. r l --.I. stir.. ;"-rr, to .
, committee, who will report on same j visit the present county site at lel.and. Pad by the balance c-f the rouf1t .. Thw' IatNllltb! I WN 0 w14 V's ''' .....ii tit. P. ...... I'.
ll Iwr Iw1w1. tr' rl
I he.
xoakttrcly w
''l I'
next Monday night at 7:30. I Drought at Last Broken. urNt ,! M : ,* \,_
'This will .show that the aatd ., & ....
: uery strongly shown, as to how | pr<1 new unty 1 .t .ey .
.11'e wish you t < ..... s tlMM. .. ttW .hyy .. \ l'1.'I'
The mayor's election proclamation is ; A few weeks ago I it was freely predicted -i it bears upon the tax 1'3)'rsbtn we i i has been (paying J l"v" i as against Ss.NJof ,- : tiwlat. ...\W.'lt ....t..of M/ ifi14N. \ 1 IM HI A. F'I.tNUtp.t ,,'
out. Three councilmen are to be named. sathat : :. : all taxation for ,. o ( : "A )
the records
that citrus trees and other I show that there ( -unty purpwcs.As tar Gar wad ..HIitaity I".. ... .... ._ 1... Mha Mgr' i 1 $ ,., ... Lau1a" lta.-_
was paid to jurors and witnesses who a further illu.tratH>n "f the mjuitRe *- < wtll, No wdl IAtN I" /
products of the earth would be | prllral aLN1 oAll
seriously t
j traveled from the cast to Dtl: ind, during under which laboring the 11;
we arc I l
Daytona Beach I I fur our orOri U in UK .lit t'b.w. i (4"t 1.\ LANCMS & FISH '
8-Tbe '
municipal damaged 1 for lack of rain. \t r
election took ; the year just 1':1.-.J, the sum of two road taxes \h-xicd IK: on a ba.Ma ..f that ej Gu.-tt.. tl'Na '........Ar1 Its1 rp ,
place Saturday May This week, however, has seen several thousand four hUII- dotLir, thus the pr"| AaM : *. ATi'0R\E
4th, and suited in the election of the I N,1 I r", S AT LAW .
good showers and 1 tho>e wh< a and sixty cents for mileage and new county pays V!I,I 13>.31: { a. :i.1 1&II1 \1.. << ; I'sla .
named I I" ... aTK ... ...
following candidates, who were rethe i "\, '-4.\ a W:w and .. f
mileage allowed to a citizen l ay- ii'3.31 into the roa>J fund mkHt a ktial., ,.
posted' horticulture and \t.\ t, .. ,.
t 1
agriculture 1 Sr-.A VS
duly sworn In Monday viz.t '\ ww' a i
night, 1
: f | tuna -ummojied to l'OUr'iII not cove total of um it .Is.. IViljr' LiotttK t'NIN11Aw LNIIv1 Ma MU' 1 r
t Mayor Charles KenneyjCouacUuien that the showers} in time I pt \t C.
i L. Horn and J. ; say are I the t'\p.n"l'l'JO\-itlt'fJ: he gOes by rail-l !; been the orbit of our nrtinty routuisiowers I N... i-al .IMea 1.. h.nk1dh., 41 1. etc ,1rM ,455 .5, ,NR Jkl 11.M\ Ilg' 1Jq\........... W ,... &".: ;'- .' r.
i A. VanTalzah; Clerk to insure good crops all OUT the I rn.Nl| and pays for hotel bill o\er nigh: to dixHhmto tixc ryurl pal : 1ft u. t.IrNt/M 11tiNa11 INr **e.I s..h Ifa 11 it 1 flat ,\\\ }"\'a\\!

&Assessor, Harry Thompson (Sea- State. I at New mJ'm3IhidJ\ our ra Jn.a.1 i I returning I (o the CO:1.: -section tau. .M1A r'' .t 11ayelJl} fibs hr/ ........,... .". h' .,\ N 1 ,'. ; _- .. 1 C

breweSteiiue); Marshal and Collector. _ schedule netessitaUs.; cour.e the fer ; <>f the tt..t..1 I antouut, wb*.h MINI wtttkullyi tnt owWitAlll?.. '0 It.o. 1 1 ,1i. 1tlw. ... ....... ss x % .,.*.. Jr *
J. L Wilcox; Treasurer, LawrenceThCmpaon. bill of auta is I I\.l44w.- .. .. .N t. ...i. \t.? ..t
our 4tn IIo
county era su i inadequate to nuuntaia} the old i<**fc. N
? The total number of legal The South bridge his 1 lain l titladl/1I. (1.11 ? 1 1 a ... \ .. tC ? .' ,,",," 1vl+t .1 W=vlGnT,
tlosed this | | through miVage. Tlnis t< tJon* >]Kai new -*a. \t a tttawaN, .I""-U, i -t.1 I .... I... .._. L. '
Co votes \uxk for leiaim Uu
polled were 34; Cluis. A. Kenny, alt the n \ .. ..... \""nw\ t-l t I
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: .lN..N.lNNNl.l.t C. F. Pent went up to Runnel! j r The lIon. Phillip I-aacs: CountyJudge ''THE INJUNCTIONNOT I i

Monday to put down a well for }1. j of Lee County;. was a Day- I j
:. : Dean, a turpentine man, at that: I tona visitor yesterday. SUSTAINED. : Noah was the founder of !
.N....I.N....IS.u.I.I.t.i place. : !
I Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Gardiner and 'j

She can't graduate from DaytonaLocal tAnother shipment of Nunnally'schocolates. their daughter Miss Ethel, leave ii I i t rKK i>

or Seabreeze high school but once. HANMNS. the Druggist.Mrs. today for Mackiuac Island. !!i Work Is Progressing on the Hard Surface j j! I' ,
Make her & useful prcbeut. Watches, I indigestion-He forgot to
lockets and chains, bracelets combs I C. R. JMinouJs returned to John Spence, well known in Daytona :- Road Between Daytona i iI

etc., are all useful presents. Yes her home in Jacksonville this morning died! at his home in Cleveland, I Ii 'I Ii and DeLand. i!

we hare lots of nice things for the : after a pleasant visit with rela-i Ohio the 2'Jth of last month. II i ij Friday afternoon of last week the j leave the ashoreThe I

l>oys. All goods engraved free. tives and friends at Daytona: and j j Mrs. W. Jenkins' of ..bC'I.'Ol1I Iletition i I[ | for> an injunction to restrain I III pigs

L. II. RowE & C,,., The Jewelers. (Holly Hill. I vine, visiting: her sister, Mrs. W. I the contractors from rrr.'N'II-1

Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Gardner and F. Jibb West Volusia II ing with the work on the
The grading of South avenue has I on avenue.A American people in consequencehave the Sunny South) is in striking contrast *
son and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Gard- DeLand 1 road was argued before j

'been completed. I ner will close their handsome homeon letter has Teen received from I II i: Judge Jones at Titusville. and the ever siuce been victims of lard to the source.of lard (the pig-sty). I

C. E. Jukntttoii left Tuesday lor South I Duke Wilder, who has Kvurcd a II III !: prayer for the restraining; ofll,' ; : cooked food and indigestion.Lard .
Ridgewood for Iasidenitll.
lease I good tuition t with the I L. A \. I Ry }I I
lIeulleraon'illf'V. | / Crtlolcne is clean
I wholesome
| It is I'aioillaat tl a proj j
Fargo, X. D Tucbday.S. : ; / lIItlll'r: \iI ,
G. II. Hou "'-'au, of[ :: i' Mr... Annie i l D. It.iWH'ii: 1 Niilol from; j I I vNew .11 !I. :, t Xt'wmyrlll'1 palatable nutritious
:\. I It? !Packer and latnily, Mrt I L, .
was visitor here I j Yolk last Silmday for J-IIWI": | \ ( 'smutKook stomachs because lard is made from f
u : Monday.
I I11r. I K.; Gorman and family, and l T. F. and healthful, and food that stomach
will the any
Iwhcteshit tfiid> '' kbP kbPit
I | Mimnnr.Mr. la:: prptsauag(; i r.ij'i'lly en t
aud Mrs( H. 11. Lescbiie departed C'urdisaud family, uf the |icuiusuLt, : I greasy, indigestible hog fat, and is bound If
i and Mrs. K.: R. Bradford ', the nxi'l.! crews of men 'bt'iug at can digest. American housewives but
for Jacksonville last Satur left Monday for Mass, I
Springfield make
1)ay-I sooner or later to trouble for 4
day. where all I who have a winter home on Fairview j; work" on both the, Inland 1 and I -I| your knew the superiority of Cottolene over
they own summer
I !"tona ends, inner
hODlt'II'j avenue, departed this week for of the highway. machinery. lard both from I rl
For first class work-Daytona 1 1t IL F. Sullivan, of Starke, came i Evanston, 111. a practical and health

Steam t Laundry, phone ,4. tf over last week to assist! his: brother, { High School Commenctment. Cottolene is the only rational, national standpoint, lard would never again 1

W \V. Foltz made a business tripto Edward Sullivan in his barber shop with W. W.the Abercnnnbie Miller-Strohm, until('u.rt'l'4'lItJy has i The Fifllll1l1l1al (,.Miiiiicwe- shortening. It is a pure vegetable product enter any wellregulated o

Jaeksonvillp' the of the on North I Reach street for a time, waood
forepart inentoflhe
Schoolwill l
Dajtona: High and its the
changed his headquarters and is source ( cotton fields of kitchen.
week. the latter being slightly indisposedfor l 1
occur Friday evening, May 21.I.'I'ne
the week. now with S. W. Carroll.
Edmund Miller and family left past Baccalaureate sermon will bedelivere

Monday for their home in Ilorhester, I You couldn't give a boy graduate \\". B. Chittendcn i is hating an l l by 1 Roy.: II. B. (Gililmns at COTTOLENE was granted a GRAND PRIZE (highest ( \ ,

Illinois. anything nicer than a Water- addition made to his residence on I the Baptist chun-h nnd.iy evening possible award) over all other cooking fats at the (

man's Ideal Fountain Pen. Yes it the corner of Ridgewond:: and First May P.I.! recent Louisiana Purchase Exposition, and food cooked and
Frank Sparks left last t week to I with COTTOLENE another GRAND PRIZE.
has the "Clip Cap." Ask to see thing: The graduating I lass. i is "lmtls's11of |' i i
join the Daytona colony at Jamm- "Home H lp." a book of 300 choice edited
Ihree recipe* a
them at Clark's Stationery Store. I seven girls and Is'vs| as! .
own, Va. I by Mr Rarer, it ,your for a 2 cent tamp, if you
Mr. and Mrs.( Wm. Hall wlaolla.ciI Rev. I. O. Oser pastor: of lh. M. follows: Amy, Sen st.ik. I:Jessie, Bin/- address The N. K. Faitbank Company Chicago

11 rll. ('. S. Itienrin: haR..R"II" norlh I been occupying their new residence I I E.: Church, South, or f Kingston, la.4rttlltlu.l ham, I.illian Biiigh.iiti' IMIy .bl.'j A NEW FEATURE- The patent air-tight top on this pail !. for + t

for a month or six weeks for the I from Iy"t, whem helva' s<>n, l R.rse hiitinaii, 1lilln..1 : the purpose of keeping COTTOLENE clean, fresh and wholesome; 5L
on North (Beach street this winter it tlto it
I prevent absorbing ail disagreeable. odors of the
] lieiiUif her health. left Wednesday for Mevhaiiiesburg,1 in attendance at the annual coiiferen.e.of ing, 1'ris.ill.t :SetljiHew: ill Edmoiidsoii grocery, such. as fish, oil, etc.

Another shipment Nun nally's ]111.| but will visit i i for a I time i at :i: the M. E.: (Chur.., Si uttb. Ingenc.h: huu'n and .\rtlmr |

ihofolatea. I HANKIVS, The Druggist.V : points in Kentucky, en route.I10TKL I II'! )l'ustuaster.htllr, )' hasln-eu, granted Stevvait t j Nature's Gift from the f
I I I The 1 pl.-ur; for holding,g the iomiiiciMcmciit ,!, Sunny South
M.. Gabrielle} and family left : MAGNOLIA-For Sale, a hand jiower Doremus 'anl << l- '
J J2
c\t-rt-Iies has! not tit'Ixvn :
Monday( for Hampton'' Va., where} :.' rooms, modern conveniences! J 11acres. ling mat hine for use in the I 'a}ton: ------
d.'linitcly dtride I 111111 but : J' / / / /I"III/ " 'It" '"J\.1..f\J\! \ \ 1\ M1A ''U..It\' 1/1
{they will make llt-ir home in the Apply to E. Waldrf'ii.. .10-1! Ii I postofluv. This will save a great will IK I Liter v r rr1rrtrrrrrVIrrrtatrrrrrrrrr1rrrrfrraar
published together t
future.Mrs.. deal of time in the handling mail I .Ulllnn.IUU.llIlIllllIlIlur'a;
Mrs. Mt-Call and daughter Mrs. with the :
; program.
1 i I {matter.Mrs. Jewelry. New Books.
( M. A. Ray and family have Will Calder and f\on. of ('hi'agll.1 I The school "ill ,.1..**? May 21 andthe : f p

removed from Voliisia avenye to one who spent the winter at :St.\ Petersburg R. B. Thomas has had her I (',examinations !'It' (hell slur '

|>f H. .". J Hough's( milages on PalI I inked. friends: here last week. lioust on Volusia avenue freshlycalsomined I ing tin I List week.Port '

ietto) avenue. Like all others |hey were surprised II ; and J"el'al''rt'll! ihroiightl

Mrs. Joe Hill and Miaa Hula} Ilobnson and pleased 1 with Daytona's I beauty I out, Aiitone, Mats hating: charge of I Orange. I fU
the work and when completed will iirii
were Daytona visitors from J. L. Odiim expects to leave for i I
'(['upy it. fast Orange, Miy': S-.Mr. Ilosantthe.uneyur I
Pew Smyrna this week, raining up Jamestown the forepart of next .. i .
from iK-tand in
was IoVmls'vrrd
'uesday' afternoon.Ir. week. Mr. Odiim>> may le gone all Rev. Hr. (L. S. Rader, of Miami, days La.t st..k. i

but his absence themeat presiding/ elder of the. district, willpreach i.:. \V. Rush i .
F. II. Houghton, Suite 4, summer during H blupping vegetable c Sa i iI
at the M. E.: Church here from his '
truck farm
pera House block, telephone 32. tf market will l be kept open ender near town. r fr I
Sunday evening and at I the M. E. Mr. Hi"C"'I.I'r! has M-t up a hit- .-tret I I I :
efficient management of II. j / ?
Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Key left this Church, Daytona Beach, at eleven lamp in front of rerideutl" on I lim- I- *: ; ; r ..
A. Bennett. ...
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week for Quincey, Mass( their iwinmerhome. o'clock Sunday morning./ I.rwtout n 'nul" I ..: .
W. E. Thoraas leftast Willie Itcnnctl and family I have 1 .
Mr. Saturday c.
Nay owns a i i ,
Mrs. (J. TralTarn, ofjhe. luillin-I mo\ed into one ..C Mr. Ihadmwjllr'Ir'.ltalits. :. : .std .r.
| home on Second avenue. for' Allan! where he/ intended to c- i
join his family for a time and then ery f firm of M. Ella: DeVoy ., I :/ ....... ti, 1
Roy McClellan romelvt"r from Pa- left Tuesday hr (Camdcn N..1., j Mr. and MrIfrudlty left Wednesday t -ti t ..
New York
to for the summer. O.
go fur their home in Ohio. .
| latka last week to visit relatives here going )by Clyde Line to New York I i See her Souvenir :Spoons; and Oran,*' All the latest \o\els. books! for tile ..
A. Hitch will have charge t>f the The party Friday night was: a wiry
[ and left Monday for Jacksonville, real estate office until Mr. Thomas City, where she will spend a week pleasant one and I every one. Mfinwl to :: Knites. Our prices will interest t.f"'. Y''IIl I-ptc.[ ..

expecting: to go on to Jamestown. I returns in the fall. before going to Camden. enjoy the cning. Mr. IV-tett of Oak his: Jewelry Repair Work Stationery of I\ery Kind. ..

I Hill, stopped over 1111 his way from a sN Joe Eddington left for Irving, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Price, returned c r II' city.CLARK .
The Motor Transit garage on First Jaksnwjilt- be pn-M-nt.' Strr l lcuiiie .
Monday.( Eddington owns pro- street just north of Volusia avenue Lust week from Columbus} Ohio, from I lIa\.I"'t. to attend I it. ..

It l pertyon Daytona street and South has 1JeE>razed to the ground. John} where tht'yt'ft.. called I aliout si\' I I Miss I.utill. who Has lnn writing L QEO. H. ..

avenue and spends the winters here. her brothers here. left Saturday for .s..n !| .
I Myers was in charge of the work ofremoving weeks ago by the List illness of f ;: a
M.iU- i I Two Stores. 1 12.1-I i2G South Beach Strcct.A. f fAA
-Go t. Bingham & Maley Co. for the building, which wasa 1 their son, who sjteiit( some time herelast I Mrs. W.1'. Carl*'r kft Lt-t seek rrIichnl'.ud .

g furniture repair work. I temporary structure put up for :' health.winter for the benefit of 'his ; t" MIn. .r blhH1"' iiimite II ... >>I'w tIP, .aaJ111IIIdI11AlbIJlilf IY YYI7YYY YY YUYIVV vYY>I11\J'.I.JII'.I> > )J.""a, I.J ""A"'Il,II II \A1liAA.Y Y VrYrY"A"\ ''' j.

Mrs Ww. Wicking has had a use the past winter. ill. I
> Tilt .-t..rl. tbitfl 1. M. H.irikt, |IM.fltu
: )
f brick chimney and t fireplace added l lto Remain and enjoy the ploasant- Carl Spaiks!l, of the local military ,!! 1111 Sunday and l hit them a line 1.'s.l I I.

her residence on Volnsia a'e'nuethe est days of the season, but beforedeparting company, has IKH-II circulating a lll"- i j \.l'lltf'r returned Iran 'fitll.\iII..1 I S ,sii-p'1 w r aI I .!
past week. Ceo. J. Vande Vord leave full instructions for tition this week to be presented to I Monday. I II j :..

did the work. the legislature now in session, asking I Jack: Faiea\t] ntuinol frmti Miami' I JI! II II II
the care of your property with Norman !I i' Norman S. III II
I Turpd.iy. Dayton _
for the establishment of a StateArmory I
Mr.( and Mrs. F. S. Clapp left S. Dayton Daytona. at Jacksonville. It was being II!I The dredge (mat on' lie( I'a:4tiol'J: ,.f I Ii j I rr I I, fI F

Tuesday afternoon for their'former I Mrs. II. A. McClees.1 who has resided -I' signed here. I:1!i the river w rapidly .-.''"I.I..ihg| l the. \*"ik .:
freely |: of throwing up the' thinly road along Ij j I II
home at Washington:: Ind. After 1 for many yean on the peninsula : '
j Jthe: line of Mr. LuIlH'ry'l.rl'I.iity. /
t spending a month at Washington, at Ormond just south of Number I Mis. Mary I E Mullettand .laugh-j!: Chile 11..1"&t. 11 here M.-Sfcrs. (':""(" ",, ) i I /

I they will visit the Pacific Coast. Nine, paid I the the Ga/.ette-News ter, Miss Maltha, who hate a 'rjand i.!: .Mtltori will dredge :i liitmtl. UII.s: i r1 ir

office a pleasant call Tuesday. Mrs.I I' home at Seabree/.p, left Wednesday ; the oyster: Utl ju-t t north "-f the budge} ..J f i>'r.-iu.| _'II:!N.uili |:b.i< li '""n".-t. \V. II. 1':0-:

! slligger and better loaves: at the h.CleesC''ompaniell a party of for their northern home at \\ tliam i- I II *i I making a channel: with; three feet of I JIONI);>:()N. .Manager, D.i\t
; Daytona Bakery. friends who drove down from Mt. I I ton, Mich. They were accompanied] ', water: at low tide, -> that all laU, twin Sul[..>rttttcfi lciM.>. I..r' yar..l. U.xnnlM Av ._ -rn T I.t I.
i directly into the hotel d jck at ;, I
tome :
Major( Pellett has begun the construction Zion. ,by Mrs. Albert Clark, of I.insing.i|, titne. The work is dune l Iv |>nWimlii; any F. P.:. ('. Uailwav. 1'lwrsw at olfH-r, tanl tail resitle. ..rn. 1

of six-room dwelling who' has been sjn-nding, the winterat I' .. : t \
a on said would In- to hear
I 'Tako the drive over the Port I ; M ripti n we glad
Bellevue avenue. Mr. Pellett, who j! Orange bridge. tfi SeabreezeSecur from the I lI1)"tollIMa1nlt'D.: i ij j

is doing the work himself, will, with I Ihia j (it;1'0. H. I'attiHo, of St. L.Mji.4. i i-, t.x-j'; jI
: '
i Mrs.f J. L. Wilson and daughter a plac-e for next S\SII1" j ,1 petted to I l.e here .s.ilurd.iy of C.h II..k. I
the houso when I
family, occupy j Miss Ruby, left last week for Indiana the most desirable', are living rapidly: I j i t" w bit his brother M. T. PattiRo. '

completed.Miss Mrs. Wilson going to Columbus Liken. If you do not find the ri lltiml'ro"'rnent J I The fine rain: of Twsd.iy was theHwt e . . . !

Mattie Saxon, who has l been City, and I Miss Ruby to South let us make the nece.suv I i i ljelate.1 and most wek'Htir t.seri.t' : 9 v IlNN

at Seymour, Conn., for the past year Bend where !she is employed as a ( : changes, or we can )build) you I|'o'I .f the H'l-'it. (hii!n.Menus. .i'lil1l1t'J :anti IIiw'.., with Daytona Ice Company, BeingelI{ Dressed .

and i half returned last trained Mr. Wilson who has Ian entirely new residence. We willho t '. ''
a to Daytona nurse. j Miv( Hortts and Mix Nettie < .lat.'II.I *
week and joined 1 her family on been em ployed at Miami for !some II pleased to< assist! you.Vrite, I 'rt.Jltl Io>t :Sunday in t .c w iHal" PURE ICEMade at ;all tiiiH-s leads; tu sUn'ess. f

phone or (all Norman: S. Dajton, Mrs.' William: J-hn.n and 'l' Lily 'Tlir I sj l ,
Ridgewood avenue, Kingston. Miss months, came up for a brief tisit I II II III I from Distilled Water. C hillly; man is tit wanttc -
are from }:Nora for a few Uy ioU-l :
Saxon says she enjoyed tho winters with his family.Graduation I I Daytona. tf up t Fad"r ,corner, .iiiri-.ul(:, and, Vi'lu-i.i: I, ;aiiue.
I ing alter the IKUIIC 4.ur. i I tl l l1I"wIH'I'f.: and there i iIM :
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but prefers the Florida summer to I gifts that are always The luunifij'al election held. at [, Mrs. MecVer and 11 lend, Miss tieitrg'J ,

summer north. Do.and resulted in the, i left Thurs*y f..r the-ir lionw in \ewJerM'y. : > fur I luring shabby' ,
I j acceptable] lockets, (chains rings, : ( Tuesday _h_ _____ ____ __

9AH kinds of repair work also repair -Ij j j! pins, watches, for the girls; watches, election of the old officers, except 1 M. .I'. Pattilh, las Nn I on the sick I..II.' ran: s well yet! ibex.' i

work done by IHnghani: Ma- i fobs l. signet rings, cuff buttons, etc., councilmen. Egford BIy' was reelected -I list for tle f'cast wetk. The tlucu has JOHN't B. STETSON UNIVERSITY I'l)51V'e'lY.Clothing.

Co. ', for the Call and see us! about' mayor: E.: D. McLeod, clerk; ] not been uU' to dvrikj'isl i what the I I i! { ) ;
ley boys. I''I I U: i Kt.h.sM: :; I I\K: T\.III\II\ \ |I. w \HiMd.S
Grant lily, treasurer and W. C. !j trouble is, but some of his root into .
that gift you want to make. II j I UeLANU: FLOPIOX.AfHiliatcd )) .
Gel R. Poppell left last week for I Jackson/H. If. B-yd and E. 1.uncilmen. I L. mule friends can't help. but think that
GEM. II. CI.UIK!!:, Jeweler. WitH the Univbrsitl o< CKic I
the bells at OrUtn this week eo.COLLI.dliOFLIULRAL
Aberdeen Wash. Aberdeen is wedding
one lion, co A light vote waspolled. I
I had influence : AIH S-Th.- .rnrnianlr. tli._ ,,
hate his rof.ho"
some upon nerves.Rev. IV !
of the largest: lumber exporting Grover Gwinner left Monday for I : GLizk-r will conduct services UIKU;..K :"\l.'t-"'n, ;KM'ln.i; ; ,'., !".- .,Ive: their -l liart'.m" ; l Uith :St t-..* wtd Hi,
points on the Pacific coast and Mr. Jacksonville intending to go on to i-ajjo", :NV; '"hii.uro; ;and "t.'lM.t1'CULLLIitiOFLA1C.r'd'i.'t.rtll'i.-ita'oi-'! : :
:at the Town Hall, .Sunday morning and I
Poppell goes there with the idea of New York by the Clyde Line! B. II. Williamson and family and i iI night. lltv. I'. U. Douglas will conduct n, Kl.,n
permanently] locating if satisfied steamer Comanche lie expects to 'I I John F. ralon and family left for11'esterly j i a union service at the Town 1111 tn : AND SCHOOL AUXMAMC AklS-y..
h.uiH-al 1.1\ d, !110;( rn .llllIm..nllll I ; ;and Maniiiil I TI:U II inl "Jlrwadi_ to 'very: lm\ Bu imv, and
I third in tbi >
the Sunday month at
with the outlook. His son, Edgar, spend some months at Oyster Bay. R J.. Tuesday. Mr. Williamson J i...:.:rteKm. *" (1"l.uil.J,1I1C, i '''.tlv. Hiitnieiit.COLLLiiH |! | .
will him after the close of the Mr. winner, who has been at work II and Mr. Maxon( have hadcharge i, eleven o'clock.Councilman. : OF SINLSS-ILinkuu: in (all it- l-i.iu.t ,">. IhakL.eing l I.y Iwst'. I
join : Outing Suits c, ( loO
.U) $
j I
| Dupoat. wf the. north cud, nwthodsi: , 1 :ar.1 I 'Vn.Aiitiiitf.[ ; Klt!\. .,'jr--. "|..ii in other I..par." ,
''t school term here. I n Jacksonville for some time, came I of the Motor Transit Co., for has: just completed a fine rO1.fway; over ni-'iit*. 1 l-anr--1 i:.. uin :in-1 l 1 ..,u um'ail.ns t'ljiidniar.PKtPAKATOKY I
t nd I andwill 'I ACAUliMY-t.raduat, i-m-lt., ..wt..r ll-mar lit". -3."JO.. ( ) >!J.U l $l1.o.1 1 ( )
down Sunday to bid his family F. C. Buffum, the past season, the street from md;?\\"ood to the river --t.t.' ,
Mrs. M. C. Moore departed Tues- I., uI," rtou. I i rnel! :Minitiui\ I'hn! ,> s:..", and nil hr.t. |lu-. .lMORMAL i .111..v* I
friends goal bye. the same position at front. Mr. Dupont is also making some AOOUEL: SCHOULb.- KuiilfMt..i-t'Mi in l
occupy "" "10\11 Imiltllll" '
afternoon for Brooklyn. Mrs. '. ... : > !J.:,.f< t II' ;.mil t I I, l 'nf.i .
day .
Westerly for the summer season.They substantial improvements on his dwelling. :: l'ritnaraii1! ''ii.iiiunaijsi; !" l in '*|'aiat'i I i- .: liu;>.. 1'Ir +hiMn r:0''''' alts; I i
B. P. Smith and daughter, Marga- cPermit us to show you a cottagefor j:; After next; election it is sure t.. I". ptt-iare l'tif''i'( > h.."! t. a' h''rnUSIC.CHOOL..1 i i I
will return in the fall. .. l lBarge
: 1,1.flUIII'II( ( >c ruan.:1..I.n! [.iano. -I'ara'| biliiolilill'
ret accompanied Mrs. Moore to next season, this will afford us Mayor Dupont. fft- tilts tfiMiui 1,;,:11! ,i''ir. "i[ .t'.dy.
Jacksonville where they will spend 1 great pleasure. Write, phone or ;l If'f: Carpenter and Hofctt hate returned ART SCHOUL.'J": ;". to"tl.v ...ftwKleK!. -t.Met"U .-. The Globe.
of the
I The Missionary Society I i from Oak Hill, where they hate has a :.1'' ',iiM: "' I s |"| C1;:e'.','rs uwl lll.-tnh. .torn .Tli.-.\ imld. i .I,gr- I It
a few days. Mrs. Moore has been call Norman S. Dayton, Daytona. tf Congregational Churih has I'OllecteJ '! enjoyed two weeks of theport: fi ning. fruits, the I n.i..r-itv, "l t 'III't .UM.; Harvard \rnif.. l Dartmouth < ..!nnl.i.4.l Tmontak ...I.
\\ >- Frit-t. I l."iiiv'i!: .. 1\\.1'11I1.I; I treilit.. ",..kin-li. I uivr, it> -it j Me byrn. Iron
spending the winter at The Morgan DeLand and this week! forwarded three | B. F. flutter:: has given up bu Eahio: .,
Postmaster Ilibbard, of is-. 'II and tt ls'r I ii i.lN 11"1" an-tver yt''". .e' .e. I in bt.tlag.a151{ '+1 1111.1|" Peck & Foster
and her fine singing has been has been removed and Will A. I Land a half barrels of clothing and jJan for the summer, and will au-hI! t'. luent. warlj .1 <|iiart-r' nnlliou dollar..nd-tvuiiH'Ut.; an .-ndod' hl"r rv. .4: It.r 1.5::..1 ,
of vocal ; o. S|'fttVman: in the. art of genii I'a*. I'O>M' vuium.w.. i& Uniitifuirbai' l with costly< tarnishing.. unlading .taiaard ststi
greatly enjoyed by lovers Allen appointed to the position. shoes to be distributed among thei I window-. If oil i ,iiMtinir". a-vlo.oo"<, |Iil'i "> ..ivan, aliviun .iurn with | | jj Proprietors.
music. filed against Mr. Hib i poor whites of the North CarolinaI ------- 1 l.aratus; au eiK-l IJIIt'I1thltab.. Field, rwotntt traIt. tnnnmourf.. "on'loIes.810,1\ ; ,j
Charges were : I i r i mond anti andiron. lesiIe -ixioimiiia.; tti\ r...\ ;IJlIl and nVu-t' "I"| >rt.; wr|"arat'. i ---- - -- -
tnor Sale] or Rent-A residence bard some time ago and his removalat I mountains in the vicinity of High= '! Bert Tioh, of DeLand, [..buUding! f..r then aod WOIIH-H. t,-n Uw !ul>ratori'!. for < 1 ,'mu'tr\: !'bv.. t'8. I5.i- i
out&me. Mr. lands. Shipment was made to Mis. Attorney tterinhgy.llits;i! l 'ralogv'; and Bi"Ujtv .*..v.-nil l.iieiiriuin. + and shops. .-l ., totfight..ekrtrk 'I: | T. E. FITZGERALD .
. on Myrtle convenient to business this time is the Th ,b ; .. "
avenue, was a UIJtoI1o.'i itor rs > ( b-ll! *.. .a'" h. .tt m hr walk-. -I. -!! t' ad. bn :td nvniir.i| |
ol city. New housoof Allen is an old DeLand businessman James Rideout, a former resident of ctouncampuhrubleryan'i! ) ti...,-. -..'IRI! lit.Tarin. >i isi Hal and otter rtu.1 -nt'-i,I I ATTORNEY AT LAW
portion and well known here, whowill I.. Adler i is in Tallal.alooking lehbs: star .....tupe "uni"... t'hn-tianaiid not w lanai: -wbinv Tin- t 1... nh..h ,i.l'
he has been holding a Daytona I ) DAY :
though :
six rooms with bath and toilet on ; Uaiitifal and nealtliful and tLn"' ii-* are !Fnv.F i
see that they reach worthy people. 'j after coutJtdii- u matters l before ) infonnat, n-l-tiv.. tli" rtH..,.U.i.t ; o fi il. ,
second floor, hard and soft position in the government employat ufi"ifi" M I'tt 1..I.I.Tunl j :tfr< al tx'- 'KI HI ui nlug land t1tuIfl. I.
I the LegUhtuie 1 LINCOLN IIULLY. A. M ....- U., U.and, MI 'h mil-'I.: .. ''.0.... ll'l.
11... E. Or"" r. Pensacola for several years. I 1Ia.I|'

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Legal Notices J JI 1

-around the world 1.u0...i.f.seu.i.......... ?-

I 1. I 'First pub. April 27; last pub. May 25)' ) .

you'll find the globe-trotters' NOTICE OF ELECTION. -: 4f s

.Notice n hereby gum that the )iJoard i I g Jyf
imprint of world-famous, of Public Instruction \olusm: County, I! ,4.'KI f "-

r lurid::(. IK'n'by calls and order* >>n vta.- i, .
: world-worn, world-depend- tion to lie held in earl of the special J :
( j*
tax *x.hool districts herein named, in
i able \\orld-fa\orite \'olu\ a County Honda. on Saturday, /I
t .\. l ) for the, !
a. II&Y 2MI.( J. IW7 following y h ...
par.trrM 1
1 First To eltit three| trustees Gf ,
of tachof aid special tat school di1trirli *- N

111 White House Shoes for the two succeeding years. 4i;' ,
::0011.1-1'1 o d..ermine the number ofmillv .- t'

1(1t1( of .li.trirt" | tat to be lot'led and ri4-
i1 FUN M" foR WOMEN lilted: MiHiUillv f..r II... two H'M'I'rrdin*; cq.l1 f "
1 L A .1 01 +1 > r"rlllll rash 'if III. -,.i.1! r>|" l Cat ,

: iiD'Iulnw \tI\\ \\ Mtllhrouu( ;going: ;: abroad. this lllOol IVtliHt dlnllM: ..Is. .:! .... .. KnUrtilliI f'r SIOI1'f7r

F ; .iiniiiur l'.I1\t lit Hi-. tt' t.I"\t. uurtli to theiiniimr I 1t.,11. i i nt No. 7 .. ....I'oil. Orniu'Ihsliul :
t t 1 I :No. |II.| .. .......... .. LiitctiiiiMIhslriU {ffi1WQI1Q
1 :. \ nrt! :'. Wl'l to the tiioiuitjitiH.mwhoie '.stria Xu. I:: ....... .................IkIat11J (. ,\\ \
i I I to I It: ...... .. .......Or:mgc City "
W1IITK t ; IItt) tiE; SHOKS; I >i<
}t \ \ b'i \\ ill constitute tilt* l U'st f fiMt .No. 21...... ................. hniioriaIhstnct | Four Sailings Each Week -
t lrrfor :No TJ...... ......... ........ PiersonI
t ,.'\','ruii.iMoii -tlit* best you can get for I>ii>lrii-t No 18........... .............. kitten IUIT'EESJACKSONVILLE
tI t : I I"one and ordered) by the said Hoard I 1 and NEW YORK.
\'OU r shoo tiionov Oil tin >:lIK') of Piibln Instruction of \nliisiiCounty,
k Moridaall regular meeting of said (Calling at UiarU-Htwi S. C.: both HUJHIllK .

lit'i Hoard on I tilt' first day of \pril. .\. 1 1I'JI7 n.. : : HNUsT: 41K4MSIIIl: I IN Till! CO\ST\\M: EIt111'E.. i:
tlc Brown; ) Shoe Co., S t. Louis Makers. ( JOHN l 1..l'lIAXItI.I-H.:: ,'" ,
hairnian of the llonnl of Public (In- Clyde New England and Southern Lines.

1 1 lruction of XoliiMA County Florida.
I Mil .II BUIHCI: ) : 1))) -Al.liltS I: |H\'tIol\'WItHIolE? : : !? Attest A. O.) HOTIS ( DIRFCT! : SERVICE: (; : III-TW'X: : ;

County Suiiermtentlent' of I'ubhe Instruciion JACKSONVILLE. BOSON'AND'ROVIDICNC ,
v and .secretary of the itoard ifPublic AND ALL )EASTERN POINTS.
r In-Irlld"u; of \'<.lu.n County. ('ailing Iharlectoii. IJothnv",
.Honda. I
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1S1. _.. w X1 .. .... ........ .... ........ Notice of Application for Letters I From LeuiaJiarf, lu ton

SEABOARD( I I : MALLORY I Till I ; COUNTY. Patent. ;, ] l' ron) foot> Catherine Street, .lai'ks.,nvillc r

Notice u> )hertby gin: that on '1'111'11-1 I |! ,
COMMISSIONERS( day the fourth day of June, .\. I D.I I I CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE, ;
Air Line I U'ailiXu \ : Hilii'! the undtrM);ned subscribers will I f f fai ,
Between and Sanford
LINES N, JacKsonville ,
>.pltollun Ii lirouard, Oornor I
:inn.ill., ( '
I In.i n I'iuua.I liiluK'i: 1 liiil'in:. ."nl : SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS I he UoarJ of County Commisiiionera P.tttnt on till: following .proio| !>ed char I'j j Undmp-i on ST. JOHNSlUi\ \ ; .
i It'r of The (harles K; l.ardiner O..n<-1 1l Steamer "CITY OF
\\"Jl>. lllll l h''ll. ItlllllllOU I'I.Il'il'hi.a. ..\., Mel at l)cl.nnJ MonJay' IunilljtWith ; j I l any," whit said proponttl charier i H !' JACKSONVILLE". .
: .-d to wail an follonx Iran Ja .kHonvillc 'liM-..I and
l Nety \'ok'I'uo STEAMSHIPS. now on file in the olhtt! of the secret | | : Sunday lay I
|' all Members Present. i iI l of State Tullah || Thllr..laJ"I;:to p m Id tiirnmir. "U.iS.inford: I. MondaTHe InMl:i>'n Hint I
,, i at :UM-e, } lurid:uiKlfdat
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I ""I.. ,11,1 ''I ( i j'I..1| |' I'I I 'I '111 I I"I'| "II flu' I FriolnJ". 'I;10 n. m
Daytona Honda this lilt
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I TIU'I following\ ma.1 l and bridge niter| day ".r 'day. .\. !P. 1007t I South Hound I ---- -- --
I Fwrtk-Houwl
\ MM: 1:11\\: I11\t. 1 SCHEDULE
I I E".t l ail I '. I''. '* Me.d .. I I
; k"H* \userubtnitltrl I l District No I -Kehnttrprit IIS. L. i\KIUNLU: l>o <* RNtI L,
i\1'11,11'\1-: |: \1:1.:I 1'11-011'1\1; I U l l.t I \la"nEII:I: .
\ I : I II. e. (iAHDIXJ-H.: late I 8h 1:: ) p m .. .Ja. ksourills. ... Arrive _00

:Sf'i'allllhN'll,!hoc, \ltl, ,I, I I NpU'ss,\\"il) I : Important: IIlIlIIt".d, I '. 1 1. ,.1 I 11.i, .tl".. -"I".. .,H IIi i IK?. ?.1".1..1.\.1"| l 1.10.I I. it iMim.i III I.I .: ..11..1.1.ill-' t..'l.r'J..1h. : | Itura MiNttnt.". :N<>. .! \ori'[and>.iil ;IKIrru)Ih-trut road:No.I .; I I Articles of Incorporation U:.\ULUUtOMHIl.of :"Ihe. I i .. :tIa I1M111 1:( pli IIIrrne | :....::::..::::::::::::::::::::::::.......Palatki\i-tor. +...:::.:::::::::::......:..::::::....Leans :1:84)SOOpOlI I: a pill iii ',.

'III I7I1' : :,,1I1..I| 11.\I .. Irvin i III i.11 v'I1hra1Nl l l I .,tl.'lltl.HI .1 I \ n'I.rt| I 'iatrnt :N... 4 No re .................. ......Iw .. .,rd (l U..1.l :tuJ.....,...... ............ .. I lfrO: p III
\lod\m I I'ullmiu I E'III'I'IIII'III: | '| I I'\-:; |I'\Ial: | Us: I I 1:111.1: I: I U< 1--.1\\11.1.1: I I: 1\1:1\I: .: THlIt..II\\. : |1"1 I | ; Itlolnl'tu ;i iHiitnl reps| iixI Charles a; tiartliner Company. i .\ ::0111;) IU ........... ........ ...... .....Vinfonl........... .....................'! .. '*;:HI a III J

I : I 1\\1 ---I'|' H\lI'>.', |N|::in N .dulr 10) \..I r0") -hiiM' ill "I'londt'1'u1N I I \NI I\1.1.I *1'4111'"Iall.I"timn:) I 1'11.' Unid <,f.W. C I';kiuion,<, AN ( jitc The tlicnisdxcs undirMgncd: | 'Ds for hereby the xo..1! .. ,i0:1M1nm; .:..=:.=:::::::.............:..:!Ent: ..rpriw...... .. .....::. ..=.. .,. 1 in; K) a 111

hi.liii.I i : l .U hl,J l"Itul l l'111.Iit111'" ; :Mil ihioiUKh th. >t r..r. I.... Dt> t.'lIa.I"'I':1I1I1( fid 1 of together. pur.j. I' PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE 122 \VEST BAY 8T JACKSONVILLE 1
1 organizing :i corporation under .
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M% 11 M \\l| ; u .t ii';id ui.I duly 1I.l llh n
JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINEIlk1'tI : : ; ; apirt>" the laws of the Mate of
Horidi, and' I I Ihmbv .KM 1. IKONMOM.KK; : Jlt..l./i.; I'. .
I 1'1"1. i u. a. l L' ".dd I I t I.. ..ill \.u, iht |" ntI'.u'' I lull lnfiiimull.nn <. n\t>l\,'r ImiiiNof .V. .\. 'I' lor, the \ J.Mkw.nnHe, Fla.
ax adopt following
.. .. I i I .JOHN .PKNDUr-L..: I 1). P .\. .\. f. HUlhKTl: n. fc.1 i'. .\ t
) ) K: 1.A. t..1 I I 111.' I". .
?:kidiiifc: III.I.II"i II n \ III' i 1 11'i ui: in"- 'ii *.nal'.I1. l n II. .
Mlli.John: I I'I
I Hal k, Jr., and K: : MJTICIr-j: OF IMOliroHT10N : Jas Lsuntillr.. FI:1. Pirrui N. It New \orl
11d.d 1. '"
1':lrursitnt't'ickrts I .m Sil.. Pulv "" I. .' 11. :Button urrt al'l'l"\'l1] l ami desk in' 1 ,Vrtu'!le I.I Naiiu1 and Plate: of Hu,i-1! U. II. '1'\ \ !I..fllt)!! Pit**. Traffic: \ljr: C. C IlKOW. (den; I I. Pa..*. .\JeI. t
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CIL\S. D\\'IS.) 11 M'Vin ;; fiu.t.'dtoISt1'hfen.. : .. thmforI 'I nc'S. The name of the colllp3n5ha1l1' ::"HI Jru3lwav.: New lorkI. .
lor full iiifoinuti .111.1.1. I I I. ',I.. I I' t : .Li. I .nlt ; t I \\x "The Charles 1. UardincrConiruD,'! |11, I. U.I JUNE: T F..1 1.. h. SCROKLr:. C..1.
r u u 1 t
"ii ., I' i tl I I"t.. 11.\ 111/ .II'III""K-ti'lIl !Irotn ( t-\irii"ilir JiiUontille Flu
., 'dl I'Ii.1 and it* principal plate! of business shall 1 I..tmr/C./ ECIL
\atlon call n soy 1"111 u f N'::kin ltd i .
unto t to .... .... .... ..1 1111 ... .11.. 11 .... .... .1.. 1N \\.nd. in n t., giNl r.udi, was r'br I at l Uay toga, \ oluN 1 Count, r'ondak \\ Ii. MMIPHI, JK I.' \ fI.lI'III.' :. h. F' .\. tI
"'1\ rl. 'ti'a.IIUiJ! lr.I'n'.llik.1 oral Ii'; but it shall hi\ei.iwer to establish and JiiltMinvilIe: Hi IVr'Hi I ; .N. R VvtI Task I

.-0. (:. %lIl'\'I: n 1\ .II, ....N N N m -I tiiKdd: tonniif,) the t\nn; that I i maintain branch establishnitnts or I' Ull'CLL.IsrutJnrkMUgrilk: -. H.i .1c

VSM-I! :int "tUmrtl...-,, ngl! I tI, : 1 .It/.I.I'/ nuty uitt; 'Jllkeriltir. IIH' ..IaN's of biisuips> at other point.*, tithe c
:; 'Ia
iflson\ill% llr.. IU ; I i ; .i -1: I\I\ !t. i ..f g.".) nLUl N I latt ...>...H ..iVf'r no I I I wit.\rtnl Inn or' IIXatllr.l>ej'ond t In' Mate IuMir of Honda.. The

To Jamestown Exposition via I I.; i., -tern-r[ to the iiMi-t fta>lble .pi;,.ni i biixifii' >i uf Uie ''Om'I| an\' shall l IJC to eon. tI t

D. D. AND C. ROGERS : I I. .1 i .. --1.. in .rf Mate roa.t. 'I dart' and carry on U gtntraliiif-rthaudise)

CIV II. IMI1: EEIolS:I : I 11 I,' 1N| n-Hill (' 4&fII of I Ih: U I.IMIIgi 1I i j lniMiifss, |1",1.1) a !.l.-valf! arid retail; to. f ULLra
11111)( Je'l"] : '. lurid sill, ehuii0e: or otherwIN
1 D.\ \ 'I'tN .\ and I IOlluo I i I..I..., a... a1|1..r"\I'III. I a"tiiin| : or Ii"p.r.ot'| uf. |per >nal pro- II I
P- Ollitlw I II' : U II. Ital..t'y itt Ia'nby .'- | |lN'tty and nit'n h;mdiM.' : "f eerdxrii(>- t'f
II.11. F 1..1I1
1 Atlantic Coast Line. : I.. ". .C I >l II 1i',1') mltt"t of f t'NK. j ' ,' t.on. ; and to 1.11).1.1,.e. sell ur otherni e !l ( fD 1 IXPAESS:

.Illoua IVtallislu: l I.... > -, 1.1\ a.itiinir itlirui disin| >e ,.f :myI
i I and all r. al ttate: N lilt h lu-i*>' 1 1s nt-c: PRfPA10
: II. :N.-ia> Gall| ..r J. U. UilUHnwi wary or iiiddrnUI to the '
MUD* II WIIa\ N II N.Lt 1?, I.I projur
I .1.I i I I. I 11.1; i : \:1111'\0: 1 \ I ....1-.I 1 I n I I ) : \S '. 11..1 i .t al'llr\| "'' ua .r<.'u''t of i mMiili- i.r.,'!UM'mull i':irrMi.'g mi of its IruaiInns. iI i-
WRIGHT & WRIGHTAttoiiu's.itLn 1",1 'II. \ ,'I UUIH3II' : |I II 'hill hats tin furlhtrpoWr

e F I 1-\.1 I !IrI l i 1 h, 1 ,l:..-, I. 11..,. .I l.lnlrat. YUI h.\N" "->UH .III 1 i .iiuiiuuM-atitm nil I:. V. \\ akin<.nUtl ,' ..( -.lIin,:. muitgagiug: or oilier I I 1I )
\ a1w 1.1"Iiul: cor tor ally .of il:,
ti I r\ .. .I."h 1 '. 11.,1' '1:1 ::, I I', ; ., 'llllrtl, .11. w. u !t. tA\r, slaw h4rtnJ tn'f" ft'al..r 1.'rwnlal prolM'rlaoMtunty f'* .l.
1111is'e in hloiali ollm Oil. I ,. \ II M II II ; : I I 1.- I I I'' 'I |iN rl Seta
F ( \ MI 'I, any dirit-i owid l by it; al>'o the |N.wtr to ; Il .

t I Itl. :': .11" I'hiUK. ..- m n-v ltcTU...l .if (.'. It I li>rrott iioiHj' and secure the |u\mrnt ;
i I i.f the same in any mannerrennitted b\ IDoz.DtLfVtRED
.Inn tnalg ha\Hu u tI.olr.tlwir j
- Ft .
t : 'ii i\i\ 1i i .. !111"1 &Li law to natural |'It't'l > ; .1 I : : 't\ d.i \ i i \ i ; 'i ti. 'Nil. .It tin '
1llL I 1'1lS1'r : innif' ln-ene, an lrllfl". is kcni'yJ. I .\rticl.' Ill.-(."apiUI M
'; .. I I alt. i \\1,1. i .\j tall: I :I"i''i i : oili u I \\ I.... t .. ..i. I h ( 1trtt r. x .Ld. of the capital slot k o lr the company tnaiitailf FOR
BATHS"THEDEVIlofTODAY" II. I Potter sat' aUowni a rehab tA :Ii; :ill 1 he Ten Thousand IV.Harjt4i lie ftliittl aI ij I i

.t 'I '\' i 1\1 .'. into t>ne Hundred hins: 1'f $12 :
.I LI'; it 1 .'mi' U) in \;dual) .. In apply n hit" .
tIN I jUr \auef! One Hundred Do! n
: U)\ ItUHII: 1..l.I,, I tax j r
| Ur!'. Ml or any part of the capital;

IOU\ : I :X't( \ I1' i F''a i t. .. Pull.11, i ii.M 1\.1I"n; i .1\1.1\ i ill .Ii-tail.I! ,' !nl'i M Ion! ;ilottrcry ,,o- ranted lhJ ,' vtoxk "r this Corporation may Injrnable 1i

\\1: it. a I ,t.. t. ..!>iurr maaaUei : : in prtpfrty, labor ose : CHAS. BLUM <& COMPANY
\aluation be
xm *, at :-4 j jujt to ti\ed
LI Ll 'VATER 1 !.. > hoerWI.: .' (rasrtl 1m M[ M. Ihmdi b\ the Incirporator*, orb\ the Directors I
1" at" \\ .,., tL.I at a mt'CtinglIed for the purHL-e| ,1tiENC1' 1'.11iST IIREWI l; I t) >.
rM 1.11.. l .. >i !It.:1.10' hi'> sent 'Bre (or the
RANK C. IWYLSTON. Pf'-'ll'ft, labor or sef\' ,"t'* also l>e
\ Ia.IatII1C: : 1.1(1111'I r.. i J\tai ole tai; |1It'l nitmtb the Irvlr to pun U......,, and paid for w ith may the Capital : Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis 66 Whiskey.
,1\ "fd I fi 1A ," If
'r ; let UH n' andaf "t HL at t justaJuatwn ofurh
; PLANT i i' \ \ : : .\. I. ...' I 5' t [1' ',t' ..t $.lal.r.msrt. rely. labor or ;!4.'r\ ices to be fi\e' l bj I'n'p-the **.ll.I'tIt I Pi .. I I.!-., 1A"\SO" : \1I.1.I 1 : n.I .' .

dirvctt'r of the corporation tt :i Scateg t- _
i ;11 \ -, \ \ i I i I \ I n., i't"sl, t.. make a l ('AIt'r"f; the pupo...eVrticle -

O ). X. ....,...>04. 4|.t/..>............0...m....... ....,. i .1", -:.;, ,. '1: tn'l'/'. ft totaVe tbepo.ijiern }\'. .Tf-rm of J\i:: -tnu'. ,'. Th* : .. ..
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---- -- : Tendrnt ." the I luttkhngI ; Corporal KU p rp tuallt* 4

: .' I 1..1 I ."i..f'h'l1 I road pr\'iolnl! b\ law t trtide :
at a s&larv!
L' Florida East Coast .\ 1r.Ckhe'rThe h'J' *ml'o..i I : Ask Mr.Foster
RailwayTim >; :- r iiN nh. ". t.. furuiiih ht.s' ..wn the C"fp.t.lti.'n shall l'he ti>l dut'ted ba I )J

..', ,.v1 1 put t m lu$ annum liar on rootiV !1. President. \1'.l'rf-iJ"nt. xnr t..uv.

Tim: CarJu.. it.I la Itfut t \'prilt. IGfi.11)l'TI'Uh" :. i :it :M; Pasta ill a< teA tin. l"o>l1.b. Treasurer Bran( "f Directors. andw ti : f

Hi. w."V U th. %II t, C' V <.sirtv. a "t.o NS.. "HHNtIOl ., ;.- .a, .41.\.f' -t.&c..1 the rhairnlan i+ other t'flit 'P ug 'ets and at the I.. !. .iL IJ
o-"Ull: t t'
tI slaw .it-: n ) %< : r r": f \ 'r A .. I Hard .,f IhneU nutfrom. unit' t., 1 1I ..:"j i i nil ngagroom* f..r.u advance.t
'' '' 1w ..' ... s' ,i .:!lI..r..l": > t ::111':"\' jRl Mr Pager's others j''''I ':aa
= :' \: :: : :t. .:';:: ; : .. J9 ,... '\.1:1 tines dU'Jn aril l..hhn) two ?f :..I.idlfire : L."m! .
o ir-oripu\e
t' 1flt"
., ., I. .. .. 1)4Us 1 Dilly l:MY tI 1.N > I nr trvA.Si-i r {I'': ...nti d IIII! -> !' f.> I .> > rrpt that of Prrrhtrnt! *adnr' printed natter nod prh+t Dal i irifalrtilatiun '''.t., nu.. i
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