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:
May 18, 1907
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Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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. 51 do. EvtrywhtM. Rockit All Clout Daytona, Florida, Saturday, May 18, 1907. Ikd.A.h.U.'ac. McdluB la U yUa* Mil_ Vicinity I I Price 5 Cents .

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-\; : .M. ELLA DE VOY CO. i TEXT OF THE GOOD ROADS BILL I : BARNES{ the Novelty Man : .


tt Correct in Stales. Personal attention to fitting.* SELLS EVERYTHING.
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: .No (6 South 1U-J4 .Slrrt') Itavf UIM. .
it ......+..........*..+................+..............+ i JOINT COMMITTEE FAVORS MERITORIOUS MEASURE. PUBLIC HIGHWAYS .
i : ESl't'\.' .1l1y Slaliontrv. Kibhing Tackle Crcnlery, :

:t...'.".'r;.'.1";';...U""..n..n.W..Nlimii. i' .W. n im n. W".Wiiir.i'o..r ..;.,..,..... .'; .: PROMISED FOR THE STATE OF FLORIDA. t : Glassware. Lowncy's Chocolates, Souvenir Moat :

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I Miller=Strohm Co. [ Alter much delay and considerable organize as soon as practicable after with. the State Treasurer and be designated BARNES :

discussion the joint good roads the passage and approval of this" i l and known as the State iE

Successors to I committee of Florida Legislaturehas act, and they shall make all such Road Fund and expended by. the : Will also:, frame your Pictures sharpen your Saws :

agreed on a bill which was re- rules and regulations as are necessary Board of State Road Commissionersin .: Knives, Scissors, Lawn Mowers, Etc., and will :

} PECK & FOSTER. ported favorably by that committeeon to construct such highways under each county as contributed by. I : repair almost anything that is out of whack. :

Saturday. It is as follows: the provisions of thia act. said county under the law in carrying :
Family Groceries l In. Fact for Any WantBARNIS Remember
I "A bill to be f'ntitledu: Act Relating Sec. 5. The said Board of StateHood i :: out the provisions of this act. .

I r train 5 to the Establishment of a Commissioners shall lay out asystf'm "Sec. 9. The fund herein provided :

.,. Fancyand 8;; System of Highways; the Creationof of State roads, designated as in each and everyountv in i

Food i; a Board of State Road Commissioners follows: One from :Fernandina byway Florida through which the mainsystem 'j

a State Highway Commissioner of Jacksonville and Tallahassee THE NOVELTY MAN. !
I rOtlu'C
".aALLIN THE -MRLDf" Products f: of lines provided for in section i i

9lWYMMJNMNIYJIMMl HN/NNNNNmN.wmMWHlNYNNNmH. '! Fixing: his Compensation, t to I'ansacohi; one from Jacksonville .">, of this act, does not pass, 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA, FLA. :
Presiding for the Construction of tl) Miami by of Titusville! ; and :
way shall l lie used" and to the I'lIONB) ; 30.
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.1 ; Roads Appropriating Money to one from Jacksonville to Tampa byway construction of said lateral roads 1.1I1.I.I.I.I.1.....i.1.1.I.......1.I.I.I.I.I.I.1.i.

You Stop Darning Carry the Provisions of thin Act of 1'al.itka Sanford and Orlando mentioned in section (' in the proportion ----- -------

when you once buy the new near- : into Effect with a branch loop at or near as contributed" by such. :..................................;

__ proof rub-droof, linen-reinforced "I>e it Enacted by the Legislatureof Green Cove Springs, by way ol county under the law II

"Cadet" Stockings; made of plainS the State of Florida: Starke Gainesville, Ocala Lees- :
uSt>c. 10. The construction of I I
yarn-ti ted threads-so that "Section 1. A board to be known burg, Brooksville and Dade City such hard surfaced highways or CONRAD GROCERY H

4. the roughest; wear can find no as the State Road Commissioners of connecting with the Tampa road at .
weak placesDyed fa,t and roads as herein designated shall l begin .
the State of Florida is hereby created or near Plant City, and from Lake-
pure will never stain or burn. as soon as practicable after the t (Successor to E.r1'. Conrad & Co.)
25 cents a pair and guaranteed. consisting of the Board of State land to Fort Myers by way of Bar-. passage of this act on the general I.I tt
Institutions whose duties shall be tow, Arcadia and Punta Gorda. t
system or main lines, as provided! I Full and !
THE PECK HENORICKSCO.a : Carry Complete '
a-s prescribed 1 in section i of this act. "Sec G;. Said Board of State :
section 5, at PensacoLi, Milton De-
Cor. Beach St and Magnolia A\e., "Sec. 2. The office of State Highway Road Commisioners shall layout
Funiak, IJonifay, Westville, Chip- I.i i Line of Plain and :
IAY TONA, }'LA.1.NNNNNNNNI Commissioner i is hereby created, lateral competing roads or highways I Fancy
ley, Marianna, (Quincy Tallahassee ,
.+....................+.++*.......***..*..**.*+*.... and the Governor shall appoint a with the main roads or highways t
Monticello Madison, Live Oak Lake
competent and suitable person as provided in section .r i. beginning I'
.. N.N1 City, Macxleuny, Jacksonville, Fern-
1Z such State Highway C<>Commissioner at the county site of each :GROCERIESCLOVER
andina St. Augustine, I'alatka Orlando -
Bond 1 whose term of office shall l he four county of said State, and I to extendto
j 1. Lumber CompanyMANllFACTUUEKS Green Cove Springs, Kishimmee .
years, and whose salary shall be the main line of said system in Starke, Gainesville Ocala, : -.0-- :

. OF ::?,W) per annum which shall be such direction and to such point as
I.t"t"Sburg. 1 rooksville{ Dade) i
ROUGH AND DRESSED paid by the said State Board of the Board of County Commissionersof Cit.1 i I CLOVER HILL :
/ / .... Plant City, Lakeland Rirtuvv
LUiYlDtiV t
PINE AND CYPRESS } 1 Commissioners as hereinafter( provided such county may designate.Said .
cadia, Daytona, Titusville, Fort .
and such actual exenscs* i incurred lateral highways to be <-onstnu -
Pieice, West! Palm }lea! h and Miami I i. I : The Conrad :
Grocery Company
Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, LiimII in the i' >rformaiic'o of his duties ted on the same: plan and I ruder tt
and extend
each f from said I.
office and \ardi: Earl t'ou ( under the order and approval of the same :ideation and with stay
and Cement in NJX
Btock. hallway and Urante Aeruu.M city or town to the county" lines of : K:. T. Conrad .1 Co's. old stand. :
said Board.: of State Road: Commissioners the material the main linesare
I I.In.Bond Mill,Atlantic(,Part Lore! H,.. lti mllt youth of Jackwrnetllr.Kalamazoo. same said county. At the same time :...................................................:
.onant"rgBrancaoftheP' t:.U. Kj. out df the proceeds of the fnstruf't."I1.: I II i
work shall
begin at the sites
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hire i of !State prisoners. "Sec. 7. The said Board of State
Phone 83 R. J. MAl.LJY, Manager. "Sec. ."5. The slid: State HighwayCommissioner Road Commissioners! is hereby I on tile lateral lines as piovided" fur 1 1I I!' ..I.I.I.I.I.1.I.I.1.I.i.........I.I.1.I.1.1.i.11.1..I.. 1 1 1i 1r

, ..........................N1N..................11. in h4leti.'n <*' of this: u I. I
( tihall have the management voted with power to tike lands: : of I ,

UIWftW..W..ii and vijicrvision of( the construction or >ersons by gift "See. I 11 I. All laws and parts' of ]
( i..W"w.NfWjiNi'W "iiftiitYtYiirtiNrrtiliiGrrWiirh'rYiiY'iiiiiiN any person | (p-ir- Curiosity is Not i
z I Al'ays.
conflict with the
.I'rovi..i..n'4tllis i
=E A. D. ncBRIl F. N.(:')!IIIlAD J and road building in tins base or by condemnation in the .
+ 3i President '....ler -t State, and shall lave 1)40) power to i I name of tho State for the rinds men- of act lie and the same are1 .
employ such engineers woikmen tinned in s
.t t I MERCHANTS)BANK I| and lalioicrs a., shall l he found ntvehsary i I:\It. ill the same manner: as is" now I "Nee. I lii. Tljis art shall folk/'i, I It will pay you to investigate .!

Br.n-h Vvlu.U County subject to I the approval of the provided by law for the CountyCommissioners effect immediately spin' its |Ietsageapproval !

L; .-z ;*! Capital I Stocl 1..;... ......................... ............... f !):(I,tJOl .) .*; Board (State: Road: (JoinmisMoners, t<. tako or condemn "and by the (Governor'This : the prices and quality of our .!

:e Personal Liability} ....................... ............... 100,000) \ and shall perform such other dutiesas !; lands for road purjtoses."Sec. i. : bill meets with great favor f
., Transacts general Banking Business. s 3 usually appertain to the office of 8. The entire revenue derived : as all parts of tho :State;; are GROCERIES # aWe

t. I Stale Highway Connniobioner I from the hire of the State convict fitcd thereby and it is: h qel i it 1H..fIt"-l .

14 per cent. Interest Compounded Quarterly fait on | "See. I Said Board of State *, after all necessary expenses IKS promptly iwssed liy l IMltlL houses' )I can save you considerable : ,

: == Savings Accounts. 5 Road Commissioners shall meet and} I have been paid shall be deposited and become a law. t r .
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:: Safety Deposit boxes for Itent'S I DeLANDDAYTONAAUTO I a i-ountry. Orlando) ReporterStar.The : 1:. T. IcFacI.Jt'n Dtvtoiii w'' .
.ffmm"'wmm.WmmHN'.WHMINmN'NNm'1Nmf.Ymm.mmmmHNM'ttVHEN II. CJ. Fletcher: ". 1
above extracts: from the \\ Michtal. A." 11

z .1.1N.1N1lNN.....1.....>........ HIGHWAY. lusia County Record: and the Orlando Graham TlivlIIllWn" : ;! S. W. CARROLL ;

\ YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING Reiwrter-Star hit the nail on the F. 11. i lIou htln"I I .
head. This load, when completed J. A. Shanks X s./I" lull t
] getting a Galvanized Iron Tank a new Tin Roof a Hot Air Furnace, ] J Road of as .Much Importance as a 11'.31. 8haITn"f" ". The North Beach st Grocer. :
through from Daytona to DeLand 1 J. M. Oslwrn .-, .

or any of the other metal necessities required to complete' a modern j j Railroad-Thc Mecca of Auto- will mean much to the entire central :Is. \\. Carroll M 1.1 Telephone) No. 19. :

dwelling remember that mobilists From the North. ,I portion of the State but more especially S. II.. ClOve. ."' I.jIe i .1.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.................!: 1
(: <} It Foot- 1.,1
The hard surface road} between 1 Do- to the coast section.: Daytona ..
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C. NASH a SON Dand and Daytona will, when completetl I is fast becoming a city of automobiles J.James IX Hal'ling"15i\ M. 1 II., 10.-) i i It
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and this road will lie of
be a most( popular thoroughfare one W.v.. Carter 10I '
DAYTONA. ILA.f I and one of the most famous public the moat popular drives out of )Itaytona ) l IIr.I J. I'. Each 1 II..ij 4 na !l'-'a: 4j .'r j

are 1.1'1'.1'. .. give prompt and reliable service at fair prices ] | I i highways of the State. It will be .I J. 11. Hunch e..., 2-1.| Norman S. Dayton ij
i known throughout the county, especially I Hundred .,automobiles will I L..Z. liurdick', S>.ahotze 10
General Volusi'enut' next to the Armory I The funds raised" will 'IK
...- repair bhop on : by tourists who spend their visit:. DeLand and the 1 point west I : so evjponded

.. Phone 58. Out of town work sohc'ited. \: winters in Flond.i It will lie the auto and I south of that place' reached by t along the lines which II:1n'j: .

t. S.....+.1.......1.1.NN/N.*...+.+...+.*.+.NN/N road of Florida though every man good roads, and when they come brought such results for other proqresiive -1 LUMBER.

in the county who owns a team will will be found that they leave a golden } it.1 vvnle-awake towns, and I itn j !

......................1............................ h'reara behind them that \\ hoftnl to largely increase the nuin- Yard! '
i. use it and l lie delighted to do so). We : MaguIi.t Avenue and I F. I.:. ( Railway. Also
j. it. H.\IUUSOS It I). TW.OK : tier of people' visiting Pavton.i: nextse.isrui.
venture to say. with this road completed help all lasses Plaits, ItiiuLatesand:: = I "MIJX) .rintemlcrKc-: Real! Estate office
I ; as l'OllIl'art'Ol l with
: The only light to read*I l II y is the : there will be an auto line established Citizens League Thanks Subscribers. ] : 9tf :South IkwhSinvtV! II IDMOSBS0Manager: f) ; ,

tlectrir. It u the nearest apt : 1 1 bctwctn: Kissimmce and I II D.iytonn) Florida Photies at "flier, yard I and 1 n-siJenr-p.]
1 l'fOal'h to t the pure white light <>f The hmntive C'inmiUto of the In addition to the almve; the hotel
t Daytona, giving daily service. The f
t day. It Ilut'su't flit kt'r orjmm up| t Citi/ens'! league publicly} expresss I keepers of thcs three limns 'bate 'illl.-
\ r I "
the ux:)gen in the air. The -.Ic't' : its: thanks to the following |rsonsi I scriU1" IdNItmvarl I the "'II'n..c'
Inr light is only one (>f lire many in good, condition for automobiles
: I who hive siibbi! 'nl lit,ed" I the :unonutsI!of l'llllliohincf"Ilt'r! ; to a.h"'rli-.
: !services rendered I liy the tuaguurrent. I and a regular line is now established e .
<' Come anil !let n" bhouiuhtt : between Kissimmec I and set opposite their names toward the this. m mtnnruity; the M her !I.. Uprouml .

: 3'I .-l.-..tinitj will .1.. for I fund l which is being raided" for adveitising | : under the din-flioo .,f ,tilt City Hotel
Sanford- Volusu: ('ollnlIl''tl..d.. : .
: : }'II1I. : I II I D.ivton.i. S-abreiw:; and l.Tutive: ('onunittr.l'he .

I .1 1 Our 'brother sees through glass and, Da tona l eacli: : t (' '! [Daytona Electric i Co. clearly and his jhopheiv sounds ) IN)1 .. OPEN All THE YEAR !
Itudl llff'TMlt
I irdsrt'u.Itut'rns H(I j ins ( (.ruflll\IIOIUI! l I.'I i

I good The nu,1 I will !I.., the next (.'. U. list, .Vabrc-W1 .ill l' vnlining, and l ul""en a II...*...;..n ww 1/ ri
i.1i?: ? South lU-ach Street I
: \.r- thing tti illll'ort.uII'I'[ to a railroad lrlltoerIt'nl: ,... 11\Jttoaa ,'0,I m.wlll.'tl:1.l .t the* Lest t
:NNN..N........11....1.111111111.................:1. Not every one an own in auloino- I'tek-Ilendrieks4 .... ... ;;t'l thin < wav will' sp'ing ) Table Board. ;
I iixxK-y' a rej'"rt III'i < Rr'
M. It. Aultnun :.i
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-...................................................: bile and, make trips for pleasure i L II. Hol' t (.0.. .. '-' tsrlrlu'.

E.tabtiea.J :*J roar.: Our I'rlcv rUcblnrrv: the Hil. : 1 but some! ('an. and wh:never conspires Antli 'n> HTHK. ., 2*!'! Tlie C'Vitiiiiiitlt-e will ghadl." I' -
i to induce men of means toj: Peck .\( 1'ostrr .. :'Li i iGe. rive from anyone Migg noI i.III\ f
Stationery and t iserniniug its line of w. rk. j
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take their machines over H. Clark .
any part J '
I ( ( C'. (1'ost chairman. U L. I I'tcr.
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Portable [ I "
: Engines i1 F. \ Conrad _
of this road is that much :J5iOazrlte.Newsl'o. ;
gain to
O.JI.t" !' Geo.: II CLukV. F'I Jil.b. .I I ._
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: and Boilers, the county. But the inoie humble 1| A. Van Val/aii. C.lif'man.:; : V. . . . .
: : SAW MILLS. THKESHkU :1 M Hanlin* ;251layt"n K\ec-utiie: Comtnittiv ( 'I . !, 1f..ry! NJiV!. !*!SfSfVW*, WSA'V*,!?.kIMJW W SJi .
r man with his horse and Img'tor rt tary.: itixens' :
.1 .. GRIST HILLS. SHI\OLE Ice Co. .. : AACKINESand.llltndful.lachloery his market wagon may enjoy the :. L. Shear ::di j jl
. and Hill Supplies. : same road and I from such juris of it >a>"-'nllouto TraasiJ :231II : I!I -- -' i The Seaside Inn. !
i Write today for our complete ("atal.\J \Ve can save you nionc)'. t as ho may use secure more than his: Bingham .( Thuurl 'a 2e'; I'I Mr. and I Mrs \\". \V l;cater made/ 9

.I Complete line carried inCOMPANY tock.JJrftoS all letters to I hare of the expense of it Then I U. Ilcvnc .I ia trip to 'ak Hill in thtirQ'ot'ar ; 'Li'' -\l.ULr./h!: FI1! '.()4 utjJ.I'| | 'it
41 s.tI.lI FOIS.lI 'street. : I G.J A. pluck M. ).. :'; i
automobile line is I| Lut Ctturday t./ vi"it W. C I 1I0\\ei( .. .. ..
MALSBY \ ATLANTA. OEOROIA. .1 I the promised not I Binjlmin A )blI'Y': 2T j jT I i \ |I. t r. u- i ) >11' 7 I u' gar "', ,*i.'.if'm< m 'J i i t\\.r; S

! t..............+..+1....+..+..N...+*+.*....11.1111REAL .I too far fetched though still ratherin NdL-h .," Sun; :!'t j j and family at that 1'I.1t't' They
the Even to the TotiraJ Grocery t' t :2.o't were two hours in snaking the run. i j' ,
\X\LoI.i".!@. w\:!'!\ initiatory stage ( j|| :. :
& ! ! = Moore Bros. ('"., 13 returning :Sunday;: afternoon ill about lI..nI-"u. :\' I t.l -1 I I KG i i i IL .a h. 1'11> ti 'U-l t ni""MI I Iru i in;
foot who cannot anythingon
pad, sport .
T. I'usti, ;5 ; :,ili/ it- 'ii|> 'v .l" '!'a:H' > ",} ;lbil 1 au' .ruuwe okHrl Hikint'n < :
wheels a road such as this: meansgreater r. the same time. The road l is good .
J.C.BUTLER C. S. Keim.m I;: o-1 .i:i .L7il 1 'I'i "'" ''' K'; .it.t.if -1 ati' vt\ (>Frail IVr
activity, more people, larger they fl'rc.rvith the exception of i't j:
ESTATE.Cottages ..I.. J. M. Julley lot I
1 .. two where the shellrecccntl
one or places
circulation of money and all therest Jas. KincaiJ 5
tQ Phone 234 Surf Bathing is Unexcelled.
For bale or applied had not i
that goes to make: up enterprise C. C. lk>Luuuou 5R. i ) vet worndown. tLLLLl1LLlt

DAYTONA- BEACH. !. i-N .. progress and development cl !;. Y:Dvwd" 12 i iU auraei a3 tw+ 4awi+iliawa'1uv.... >jl..i'.i I..........
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I .u ( 1ff.frb. e r fealt "'" wa [u e-r e: (> tt: ( BI..J Lenlthrul"";.""'" c unfut nao.lWt j ..'-.1' ,,-nnI01l'l1r"! ,t J J'A.. -
j, d.r p.ei4, _. .. I 1 1'J r.1t:.talon.. !.ie and. ruWrr.U..SI i'rn.. are low(:aria: trarbinx. 'I'J ''...nti.m' ;,. 1'\ Y AT LAW
a 17-V q t r V ADr infornratiua. JadJ_ fir ..--&;: __.._ DA VToN. 'f'1 L9tMe4L':;....

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good; move was inaugurated: at Use ANEWPERFECI10N
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Ormond, May 15-\V. Burr and Mrs.
ARE AFTER GRAB. the last meeting of the City Coun-
his leave this week
Smyth, housekeeper,
cil when it was decided to inforce
for their summer residence; at Short
KKR that of section !0) of tho Amended
part Beach, Coon. Mr. Burr u cot a strong,
THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY Try to Sneak Bill Through the Legislature Ordinances in refercucc to the healthy moo, one reason why he came
(Ml Cook-
( INCORPORATED ) to Create a Monopoly inspection of dairy products and the south, but the amount of work lie doc Wick Blue flame
daily about his place L* astoni hing.
Bridges. purchase of three lactometers was
on The flower garden and in fact everything
Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona Florida as Second Class Matter. The majority stockholders of the authorized for the purpose of testing show the skill of his handiftotk. Because it's clean.

are milk sold in Daytona. T. K. Sawer, wife and .Aba': Be*> e
three bridge corporations: not i Becauseit'seconom-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.One The inspection of milk which I !leave Thursday! forIx toj j
content with their present monopoly.At ical.
will be in the hands of the marshal spent the siinini-r.. f .
copy one ytar. .. ... ._._._....._........_$1.3o various times there has: been talk Milo McXiel and Frank Mason are it saves ,'1
t1:. One copy six months...... _. ....._..........__....._..-.._._._.-. .75 or sanitary inspector and under the Because
One copy three months.......___...__..................._..... ........ .40 of a free bridge across the river, and :control of City Physician! F. L. pulling out some fine lm at the beach: time.
the "Interests" which are dominated thi wrek. 1 I
ADVERTISING RATES.DISPLAY : Stewart, should be welcomed I by all .- ---- -- Because it gives beat
by D. .\.Armstrong.: ;:, L. O. Smith and results.
our J.irJt1IclI., us vvdl as the citizen- cooking
ADVERTISEMENTS. H. Armstrong evidently 1 believe ]j Holly Hill. ;
Hate per inch |per insertion to regular sdvertben....... ...........................-10 tents at l.irpas: a move for the pruhv- Because its flamecan
Rate per inch per insertion for Jess than three months............... ................13; cents the movement will amount to something tim an-1 beuclit'lf all alike.Decoration Holly Hill, May I Hi- Mr-. M. J. King
Rate per inch per insertion for single insertion. .....................................30 cents; immure thau talk, and haw cu- : 1 1I I i is limiting her daughter, MIT. A. E. be regulated .

READING NOTICES OR LOCALS. deavored to forever prevent the!I Mason, vt Daytona | instantly. -

'. Rate per line, each inMrtion......._. ___..._-........_..............10 cents building of a free bridge somethingthat Day. C. F. Wt'therel1ldt Tuesday afternoon Because it will not overheat your kitchen. ;

..:. All club RATES FOR CHURCHES and church LODGES notices ETC.other than religious is badly needed and will sooneror I 1 At a special meeting of Joe Hooker for Wildiiond, X. J. 'i Because it is better than the coal or wood stove. T,
society oranization.lode
. N"icts,5 centa per line. Cards of thanks 50 cents each. Resolutions 5 cents later come. Post, No. 9, G. .\. R Departmentof Mrs.. Will Lind-.ey has rennived to I Because it perfected oil stove.

per line. Legal advertising at legal rates.GENERAL The "Interests" have drafted and I Florida, it was: arranged to carryout Kingston.A stove at dealer's
PROVISIONS.No distressing accident occurrwl at the' Fsr other reasons see your ,

single charge for display advertising of any kind k"M: than "iO cents. presented' to both branches of the I the following program( in regard public school during the noon rccrssTuenlay. or write our nearest agency.

Good position given every advertisement An extra ..harg.-..f i ml- |Itrr inch. Florida legislature four bills affecting -! to the annual custom of our order. Dell Miller, the vxeii jar and fully warranted.

less will than be made five for with specified positions. No tjiwiul |1".ili".1' JUMI .m tv\- bri I J/oCi/; and ferries. Three of An invitation was rCN'i\'f'lIIy the old 1 ton ,>f J. C. Miller, fell from nf- Made in three sizes

Post to attend a Memorial service at !Ilw. which the children/ had riggcil up
No advertisements accepted for the first page. the bills are immaterial to the com- n. c&Uot".qult4
Extra charge made on display advertisement rontaiiiinj mi avt-r_s.-"f note interests of Sea- the Methodist Church at 11:00: m., in the school: yard, and suffered' a ('om-I i Lamp In 1U bright ai4
than 30 words to the inch. munity Daytona pound fracture of the right arm ..... '" auady fight t1mplt coutnct1ea
All bills payable on the first of each month. breeze and Daytona Beach but the on Sunday May ifith? 1007!) ) which the hand
and! ellxiw. A vehicle tUolaU Mlrty. 1q11nt4
___ _______ .___ __ _u ___ __ invitation was on motion accepted.All was I tad
f Mirth I ill known as Senate Dill 2-V> secured and Mrs. I. M. Mabliett, the with Utut ImproTti bu zace- lade of trau tiroo aOTi

{ SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1907. is one that; stacgers. Read it. members of the Post visiting principal, took the little fellow to Ha}. I. and beautifully nickeUd. Aa enumtut to any room, "t

----- -- ---- -- .- -- "Seriioii I I. Wherever there is a comrades and 1 ei-soldiers: are invited boa, whore Dr. lUwlings set the broken |! whether library,Write ,'allot or bt4room. Iray )i

.......................... I l>.ivlona '.......I.. :M r 1- r. aii'l I draw bridge accomodating foot vehicleor to meet at the corner near the arm. The 'M oy U>re the painful ac-1 lamp W&rTaJltt4. to our nearest agency If a 4It at 1

:MrlUanllr%.. ,wh.r--nituii r ; .....*. i, trolly traffic, and erected and main- Armory bulidingat between lOWi eidmt very bravely. your 4..1er'LSTANDARD +

: SEABREEZE and : ill liojliefllv.\ Jh: h.Iatr I \\M-y| |part I tamed according to law, it shall be unlawful anlIO:4.j: a. m., ty prncrvd l from Kenneth Heath is U.tli a base ball 4! uses..OIL....COMPANY... ;

I ponul llmr. rtUitn ti.lutil. t'utre i is : to build any other bridge within enthusiast, and an ardent and i'ollcces..ful1Iiihermm. ,

: DAYTONA BEACH : iome indication of :.1,nii" wtullur inI one anti one-half miles of the acme. and thence to the church. : lie i is glace itself on the) ,
I I that frozen rr iou.I any individual, firm or corporation or Dccortion: Day services will 1-011- base ball field, but "flounders" a great UU u u.
.......................... Miss Mamie Joue!, who has hero itI other association of people building and s>ist of the members and dli/ens! deal til late in the river, many of those I ................................................ 44

Seabreeze May 15-A citizen's caucus I ing with her sister, Mrs.. J. X. Touilin- maintaining such a structure! shall pay a 'I meeting at the City Hotel at I {M)) odd looking 1 fish f.11Jin'if'tiltl<4 t,. his''I Iprowess.

meeting was held at the Town Hall Saturday son, for -"eralltwnths past, expects to penalty of One Thousand Dollars, three- I p. m.. May .TOth, l'.Xl7: from which i I i Young's Pharmacy
May 11th, for the purpose of leave Friday for her home near Cedar quarters t, the State, and onequarterto will the -.F 1 ,
place they proceed to
cemetery -
nominating the official ballot for tbe an- Town, Ja.: the county in which such structure H j 0. S. BURNETT

nual election of town officers. The Mr. WaLefield, wife and daughter, maintained; and a further penalty to he j where the usual ceremonies of i ;1 1I I :. GARTH B. YOUNG, Proprietor.

meeting was called to order by C. F. closed their winter home on Peninsula similarly divided of Two Hundred I>ol- the occasion will Ix duly carried I I

Burgman, of the nominating committee, Drive, Tuesday and left for Peoria, III., lars for each month that such a bridgeis ; out. A request is made to all to furnish Tailor.Orders i .\t the. xik liedside the doctor muse and patient all feel: relieved if

and on motion C. C. Poet was elected where they will spend the summer. continued in operation flowers to be brought to the Taken they knew the medicine wa of tint high t and purest quality,androinpound
Mrs. Jones who has of the "Sec. :2. Wherever there DrawBridge for Royal Tailoring I'I.
spent part is a
chairman and J. W. Williams secretary.The City Hotel( l in time for use. cllrr\'Ct1!. Our patron get exactly this. Our mottois
winter visiting with Mrs. Steve Smithat accomodating foot, vehicle or .
chair: then appointed the following I Cleaning.
Pressing, Altering and
tellers; Prof. Seldon, Jas. Abercrombieand her home on Peninsula Drive left trolley traffic, and erected and main- t F. II. ('" t:, I'R.dJ"t3nt.. I Repairing: for Indies and Gen- I II : "THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD."

Harry Wilson. On motion the voting last Saturday for her home in Cincin- tained according to law, it shall be unlawful -I .. .

proceeded by roll call, twenty-six nati.The for any individual, firm or corpo- tlemen. We call for and 1 Youns's Pharmacy, Phone 48.
voters being present. Nominations for Epworth league will hold a busi ration, or other association of people operating I Proceedings.The deliver! all goods I '?I t) South Itau-h Street Opp. end South Bridge.Norman .

tbe office of mayor resulted in the electIon ness meeting at which there will be an or attempting to operate a Ferryin City Council met in regular (.olt.ig... Avenue, I .\ SNNN.......;Ni .......... ....... ..... .. . ...
of C. A. Ballougb to succeed him- election of officers for the ensuing year, violation of this law, shall pay. |anally I session Monday evening May !.":, Y'fOX.n"1 I ..

self by a cast of twenty-four ballots in Thursday evening May 16th of Five Hundred Dollars; three- with all members
his favor. The contest for aldermen was The attention of the Indies' Aid is quarters to the State and onequarterto t G.A.KLOCM1.D7Physician I i I
Aldermau Morris.
r quite spirited- a number of names being called to the fact that next Thursday the county in which said violation I
,. submitted. C. F. Burgman was nomi- May 23rd, the regular semi-monthly takes places; and a further penalty of I Bills to the amount of $:il11 I I and Surgeon.

nated by 21 votes, S. P.. Gilmore, 20 meeting will be" held at the home of Mrs. Two Hundred Dollars per month to be I were read and ordered l paid.

and D. D. Beekman :20. II. C. Buck- C. L Horn. .good attendance is de similarly divided for each month that I Communication nf .1. ('us* r'1f1rt. 13-J S. l.'idgewiKMl rte 25.OH.if S. Dayton
sired. such violation is continued.'Sec I ll.urs 12:311.3: : .11. m, fi'3U x p. m
land, Harry Wilson and U. T. Mulkey j tllill l by light! coNiiuittiv and clerk
were the contestants for the office of Cro.P. Johnson has the contract for 3. Nothing in this al shall toe IIAYTUNA H.I ,.\.
clerk and assessor with the result that erecting a real estate office on thenorth- so construed as to prevent any individual was instni te
i H. C. Buckland was nominated receiving west corner of Pine street on a lot belonging firm or corporation owning a draw the condition<< of his sidewalk, with DR. W. A. GOVE i Plans, Estimates, y

14 votes against 10 cast for Harry to J. G. Brown. Duller & Ronald bridge from building any additions, or request to comply] with ordinance.. I ,

Wilson, Mr. Mulkey dropping out of the will occupy the office as soon a.* it is extensions of same to meet the demandsof Two petitions in regard tn sidewalks Superintendence

race on the second ballot. J. W. Wilson completed. the public.'' referred to street : Dentist.C. ,
I were t>mjinittee. .
received the nomination for the Randall & Pellecirr are grading Palmetto The bills were presented in the I I : .
r Lumber Vard rasnoliAvenu; : cod 1-. E. 'f':. !f.:ir.r.; .
street which later will will be
office of collector by a vote of 13 over House by one of the representative
15. L. John!Cu, vruo received 10. J. B. shelled. When properly opened up this from Duval and in the Senate i: I.'eport: flf (ily l''a., .. : II","' i 111..1 \.I".ia. j (Real: Estate office, :'t). Smith 1 Ueach I.I iT*.. V* H. KD-

Crocker being the sole nominee for will be our of the prettiest streets in county'l1. to pun hnse I'Iln\f\: :.4.! I MOXDSOX)=" Manager Dnylona. Fla. Thmres at .ffM-e. yard

treasurer, was nominated by acclama town, upon which there are already located by Senator Sams. In both I lactometers and. instructed marshal -- -- and reMdeiMt
tion. Harry Wilson received the nomi- a number of neat residences. branches of the Legislature!' the bills ;i .i .
'' and sanitary inspector to inspect C. C. BOHANNON
nation for marshal. The chair namedC. J. H. Wllcox, the artist, has let the were reported unfavorably by the I j
milk offered for sale under
P. Lund R. M. ilallery and D. D. contract for a six-room cottage to I. 7.. Judiciary Committees. There is 'I all Physician and :;urgeon. I

Beekman, a committee to call a caucus Burdick to be built on the corner of charge of City Physician. II I
little probability of the hills passingas OtW over the .\tWMMII'llarn.t\I..J heath '
meeting for next year. Palmetto street and IIarvey avenue.A Report of street committee on petition i
both Representative Parkinsonand, IMVTo, FI.OKHK. j i iTelephone -
The financial statement f Seabreeze pleasant party consisting of Mr.
"r i for arc light at IVIleview 1"'Jlf1'.1T""'''
shows a balance in the treasury of and Mrs W. II. Wilkinson and their Senator Sams express themselves and Ridgewood read and it was or- !I :No. ; I. !

11775.60 as against& 11230.01 in 1906. visitors Mrs. Wilkinson's son, Mr. llob- as oppossed 1 to the creation of! 1 1i I
Two new streets Ora and Grandview. eson, wife, children and niece, Mr Cy such tiered.i that council accept. Manager( :
a monopoly.
have been graded and shelled within the phers and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. i i iI I[ (jove's l'rnpnsililln| to place three incandescent ORS. ATWOOD & RAWLINGS \ San Mateo Cigars .
year, and made splendid boulevard. Branch made the trip to Port Orange lights at prier nf one<< Physicians and Surgeons.

Julius Young, as president of the coun- Sunday. SOME\ RECENT |!. an' to IK? .plociil at I Ib'wh.. Palmetto I
cil and chairman of the street committee Mrs. Nixon, of Terre Haute, who has AtvviNNNi.nW.l/ .. \o.2S. fU.IKt'\\.M1.1|
and I RidgewiMNl.Special J.
has made a most efficient and faith spent some time in the Bishop cottage: :t l Ire. It.ut I line-eovrrfilf; | 'H drug store Have MadeA
nf I'( C.)I. Cluiii-
: aHsessmeni
ful officer, and the other councilman left last Friday Valdosta, and other -

have shown like diligence and interestin points of interest in an indirect route berlin was reduced i to 1O :U1II.J.un- DR. HOUGHT !

the town's welfare. There has been home.E. RKR age assessment of .1. ('. Howard[ reduced ;

some complaint in the matter of cutting C. Hihbard left this: week for Miami Extracted From the Books of Recordfor ;! to sIi|0f) Mrs. Stanley'H assessment ]1| DENTIST.: I Ii Reputation of
pine trees from the sidewalks, but about and St. Petersburg He will attend
this there Id a difference of opinion. The the meeting of the State Horticultural Volusia County-Numer- to remain same as last year. (II i ()l1i..t'; : Suiu-I I. Opt'ra IOIIM| 1II0c.1!
Matter of rebate ( ; Millerwas
pine tree undoubtedly impinge on the Association at St. Petersburg. ous Transfers. to Ceorge i !Phone! ??.
growth of other trees. Dr. and son, Clarence, who have I referred to City Attorney. I Their Own.
| Dt-Laml, Ha., May 16-The following -
Dr. been occupying one of the Blodgett cottages I Ordinance) to renumber buildingswas
Bryan a visiting Episcopal clergyman i
transfers of property in and about Daytona | E L. STEWART:
M. D.
of Toronto, Canada, by invitation Jacksonville.Mrs.on the. beach left Monday for I have been recorded in the office of i : read 1 the third time and parsed. ]i i iI

of Dr. Marsh, preached a most excellent Todd the Clerk of the Circuit Court at I The clerk was instructed to notify Physician and Surgeon j I ISpecial The Success of the San Mateo Cigar is one of
A. made brief
:. a visit to
sermon in the Glenview afternoon CongregationalChurch Jacksonville this week. recently: City .\Attorney. have deeds:( from T. attention to MM-awsof the !jKYK. I the. :greatest industrial triumphs of the KastCoastr

k Sunday Mrs. W. A. Strinft'lIu'U" over Henry II. Strother to Jessie Horn !I II.. andV S. Rodgers acku'mlethetI. : :. i 1 THROAT and NOSE.
Major Newton Russell and his sister, $1000, west 30 ft. IIf lot 9, block 12, the fn'l'l.t.r. .
from DeLand : >rn- na '
Sunday and Monday, The matter in reference to fire extinguishers rema.nce: :No.> |"i| Magnolia
Mrs Mary Baker leave Wednesday afternoon visiting with friends. Rogers Seabreeze. i I i: cornrr Palmetto avrnur.I ,
for points in Georgia.: Later (let II. S. C. was referred back tocommittee. I: Telenboin' e Made
Mrs. J. Gardiner daughter Ijzzie and ) Ludwig to Carson $160, ; I I i :J.i from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula
Major Russell will attend the Reunion lot 5, block :2. sub. lots! 6 and l 7, block I of Florida and
friend Mrs. the
Charlie are spending( a few Imac.stfmmt' Island of Cul* ran produce and
at Richmond, and Mrs. Baker will go to 27, Daytona. Knf.ird: IMjSTKWAK'J' wrap-
.'''. weeks on the beach. lied) with the rich: silky leaf
Monteagle for the summer. Cornelia Vandewater to T. E. Fitzgerald I grown on Coast plantations

Mrs. II. J. Orth and family left Tuesday occupying The Misses the Tk-henor Marietta who cottage have been left and wife '53000 l I..t 4, block 49. Port Orange. : & HLY the cigar industry of the world has never produced i hotter goods!

morning for their home In Pennsylvania Tuesday for their home in the n"rth- M. and C., Da V tonL LA \\' VOtra EH For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and
Mrs. Orth Sr., her daughterand west. Victor M. Gabrielle! to }'. M.( Call Port Urauje May I '-Mn. :S. J. Fox fc News by the Union

Mr. Culver the tutor, left Monday Theodore Carter H here from Chattanooga SJiOO, lots Hand 15, block Ii, \\ ilder'* '''i L'4 having "',...1 wire. fence I ,. h, lUuk building: hi>.I.A.M U. .1.\ Company on every train entering Florida

in order to make a brief stay at St. Augustine sub. of Bethune Grant. j I built around her property "n HidgeNM : Brand, utu.'olerPustttflirr-.ll. Twenty sixes
on a isit to his family.Mr. / \lTUX.\ styles and grades to select
before proceeding on their jour- and Mrs. W. A. Aman's little (:. W. Rich to J. J. llMiop, 512.V, ( avenue.I :
home.T. 1 int. in lot 1 block 11, Memento. ). !i:4 having firt-pLw-e and
ney j iKipont a
baby girl, Evelyn, died :Sunday afternoon D. D. AND C. ROGERS I I:0k
F. Williams and two children left at two o'tlotk, after many daysof Jules lee.pland and wife to Leon Des- verandah added l to Im I.OII-'n HerUrt I SALE: BY ALL HEALERS.Manufactured .

Tuesday for Fort Ogden, where they will sickness. The baby body was laid pland $2100, lot :S, block 23, Dayton : a'nu. CIVIL KNUINKERSs : IUJ: I""
K visit his mother and sisters. away in Pinewood Cemetery Monday af J. Lee McCrory to 1-:>q.| B. A; I.. Co., of | Jos. M.>rf..rd Is leaning up his I l.i. onHidgewood. I 0.\rTOXA and e

Daytona, $1500, River lotI, Ormond He has :sold one III hi- sin, I S. W. ROWLEY sAN MATEO: i
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Butler who have ternoon UeHoward B Gibbons: offidating. MIAMI, FLA.
east of Palmetto :street.!! ,:i, George, who intend to build. FLORIDA
r pent some time in their "Blarney CastIe" The following young girls of I l
the Carrie Lockwood to Anna I). Dodge. ("..1. Tedder who, has been Smth on Daytona Office KstaUished:!' !' 1875. !
on the beach, expect to'f" village, dressed in white, were pallbearers
I20), lot 2 andwith ) lot 3, 1,1..1. 1, a tomato plantation, turned Inmie List -_-_ _- i iVolusia k..I. .1.1
spend the summer in England: leaving ; Lois Van Valzah, Fay Stewart,
here about June 1st. Esther Allen and Sallie Holland. The Rogers' Xorth Orita. ,, week County \l stract
David D. Utters to Clarence M. James :Newman -lantuntisyiiitown.; ----- -- -
r Mr and Mrs. E. Rector and floral offerings were numerous and exquisitely f
granddaughter beautiful Rogers east 1 lot 6, block L.;, Rogers' Jeo.; Pattillo.. of St. Louis, srri\rdSunday Iln' tll1t.'nt and Title InsuraiUT Niagara
and the flower
who have been spending the I Hydraulic Engine
Seabreeze. and Millard Pattillo with
went .
in of ers were, Frances Span er, Gladys Wan- Company.
past season one the Carson cottages ::
nicut Leota Coburn and Pearl WiUon.l George H. Munroe to Josephine fell him tl' Ostren on Monday. I will deliver water in abundance to joints witlia amile
I f on the beach expect to leave this The cradle has Robbins $3000, east ::'.'0 feet except east I I I ('. W. JuhDMin} alid wife left \'c..lnf's.1 Titles Insured. of the
i week for their home in Indiana.J. empty desolated the L source. It requires absolutely no Htt-
hearts of the entire household and both :200 feet of north 50; feet of lot 1, block ,i day to 50 tWt" t Jupiter, l'.IKTFl>>H. (''KKl: 11 I.%\'.... tion-not
B. Bunch has had a neat cement Mr. and Mrs. Aman: are nearly prostrated 2, Hod eman'lI sub. in Daytona Beach. '1 charge of the station at that pl1('('. I Sr'y und Tro.II..trao.too \.+. Write even oiling-and will last for years

:":.. walk laid in front of his new cottage on with grief. They have the sincere John'an VaUah tw Anna 11. ,, The young ei'ple :gave; a farewell .\ f"rui..1 ami titW for Catalogue JOSEPH OSBORNE,

.- South Grandview.Mr. sympathy of the community in their Dodge ":0410. bU in Roger North dance in ltidgew()...l Hall M"iul.i\( night I Maps: [ Plati. and Hue( I'rint.111'1'1",1.l..rr..t..1.
and Mrs.. E. F. Britton pleasantly sleep affliction. Onta. ', in honor of Miss Remit who. will ...mnleave : t \"In..i C.UntT Hank. I
t entertained some twenty of their friendsat -- ---- James Uito IJiulJf'th flit, north iof }S' for home I I i-LAM) '. FI.OUll"" 0---

the Glenwood Saturday evening. Dr. Low Tides for May.A. east Slot 3, block 10 Hodgenun' : The school tkfeed Friday! and pupils 1, ....*****
f Houghton was the guest of honor of the .M. I'. M I. Daytona. :i and l>:I.tr0Q'4I'Djll..1't1 a'f'ry pleasant' f Kvl I'. I.VX..I.H. UIHTFI.H << ******.********.* 1**.**..**.*......... ,

, evening and gave some of his finest mu- May Is.........._,.............. i.07 .*,OJ Sarah McF. Porter to Albert ( !i. .\n- 'J picnic Tuesday at the 01.1 Sugar Mill. I << .J

19....................... ... ...... LANDIS I
May i.57May
r cical numbers on his :graphophone.Fruit drews! ',llO. :5.43 a.-r... in 1.1..1. :3:1: \l .V F.:. F. McDuniel and wife Mt I Tuesday & FISH QEQ.
t punch and delicious cakes were 20...... .................... GuM 7 01 C., Holly Hill I fforWdora. Mr. &n-l Mrs. Fre.1, Mrs. P. JOHNSON 1=

J served.Mr. May 21........................_ ; :4.' /5>.07 _. -- ]I Xok. Mr. and Mrs. CTark and Mr. ATTORNEYS AT LAW i :
May Z!............__...... s:43: y.OG; Appenzellar I'ra.'thine in nil State and I:..I..tal :
'i t'. C..Oillett's Reed, of cottage Lake George Xorth, has rented Valley May 23........?...?............ 9:40: 10:12 To Augusta, (la. went in Mr.acct'mprnir.l McIUniefs l big tlieni.sailUiat.They I'Ituurts. r.Til or "rimina.II'Il..iIo'M" grtenrarefal I i CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, !j '

, May 24..........._.............10;33 11.09 D.uly through Pullman buT( ,.t &Wpingearleae Mrs. II. II. Robinson attention Sp,1..j,1 f.vilitifor ,
street and with his two daughters w ill May 23; .._.............!.', ......... I Jacksonville, at SO."> p. I i ('. \\". Johnson : will move intothe mve.tljratinK; nr..ll..rr..tinlC land t it\\,.... i11th. i'I : DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA. !5'
the here.C. l .
spend summer May 2C..........?.... ...?.....i:!.oi I.MS m., via Atlantic hat Line and arrives cottage. _____ \NII. .l.lIIt11'(|| I <*< f
F. Burgman spent part of Sundayin .................. -- ----- L'.. .
May 27 ........12JJI; 1:01 at Augusta the next morning at 7:40. : .,tllllatt's Kurnished!
Palatka. May 28.... ..................... 1:41: i.v: For Pullman reservations see Atlantic Uev.: C. IS iX.nglass will preach " !M. KN'rlghtJr !1 i on hurt Notice. :.

r Cot C. C. Post has been looking afterthe My 29.... r.. ............... :::30 :2.39 Coast Line agents or write to Frank C. at Tort Orange tomorrow evening; WRIGHT & WRIGHT

, squads men at work on the D yt May 30.......................... 3:23: 3:33: Bo>lesion, District 1'adaeoger .Agent instead of in the morning :
stated \ II
Atlantic as : Attorm-ys-at-Liw.
Coast Line, J ck .
uu\Ule t Work :
ur. dune!
.- .o* La&d road U& weft.IG.idrraeund"tti.w Hay 31_ -.- .._4:15: 4.25 da. last\\t't'l':5 .J in u strictly Ii H-lass) manner.I' .
.. i.o Gazette-sews. !
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uortlietva corner..I 'Tor COPY: '" ...... -- Telegraph office, 1)sLtrb. I .+ '
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Ri.I "W'H..J and VoWi at roues.rhone \ A 1 gear- sT AOOU.sTL er ; 1a .u"

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.;lNN.INNNNNI.NN. i S. Ileymann, wife and son, left Dr. C. C. Bohannon has joinedthe WATERS JOINED I Ij .

i Local Paragraphs. : Wednesday for Belmore, N. J for' fast increasing army of automobilists j I

:........................: the summer. Ford having recently purchased: a AFTER 25 YEARS. I II Lard is t'i
The grade of Daytona street has runabout.Mr. j no respecterof
fThia is the last call for that Com- .ltllt 'I''I't
been raised recently and the street and Mrs. A. II. Schmidt and

mencement present. Don't forget has been marled its .entire length. Miss Mena Pollitz will leave Tues-I After Labors of a Quarter of a Century I
that it takes to We do
that free.L. engrave. W. O. Cannons who has the con- day for Brooklyn where they will The Waters of the Halifax and Mataiuas j stomachsNo I t ;

spend the summer I Have Been Joined. i 1
tract for building the hard surface
H. HOWE: &-Co. The Jewelers.Mr I i
road from DeLand to Daytona was Drew Bennett proprietor of The The finishing stroke which severed -
Frank White returned Wednesday ti c
afternoon from two weeks- in the city fast 'week. Tourist on South Palmetto avenue, the last obstruction between the one ou this green earth can eat nourishing and healthful qualities of , at Winter Park. a Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Birch wood left left! for New York Wednesday! to be, waters[ the Halifax river and Ma- lard-soaked food day after day and not Cottolene. Even pie, that nightmare of 'r I ,

for Jacksonville the latter part of gone for the summer. tmzas bay was made by the dredge feel its ill effects eventually. You may dyspeptics, becomes easily digestible when
o' Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Willaurae I
last week, where they will spend thesummer : W. \\". Douglas, of the Daytona South Carolina at eight o'clock fon'l have one of those iron-clad stomachs made with Cottolene. How people {
visitors i in the faun many
sere city St. with their 8"11. Uakery, returned Ttut day from L 'x- day mooting, and the w.h'1"8 of I i

Aujnhtiiie last I Saturday.Mr, where he hat' Lt.'t..u'ibitill( .! |lung M'I'| .iratc-d |1Mlit'|I rllI.1| lo I which will prove unsusceptible for a time, can eat lard-laden pie?

and 11 rN. J. W. Ern'ger.IIU Another bhipuimtof Nuuually'bchuc't'httcs. I Ins ( for Mviral vvcik. ; : Uttlur I but the hog-fat and its accompanying Ask your regular grocer for a pail of

awn a winter home at Scabrec/e: HANMV?, The liti) ;!, iht. tUllY" Fountain iVn Lit j i IVrovir lucuty-lie rears woiki indigestibility will do its work sooner or Ccildcne and start tomorrow on the way

left Wednesday for I Kioollyn. Mrs F..I. Manu, Jx-abrouKauJ I it) i has lsi'Ii l i ill I'i>'Xit>* on tins aual : later. It is an absolute fact that lardto "lardless cookery." It will insure both re

Mrs. C. 11. Cor lie, of Ornioud, visited guarautccd to give *ati*fact ion audis and the fomi>Ktiou i.( the'cut tb..I' rt.
I Another shipment Nunnally'schocolates. also: insured with the Clip Cap. :I ua\"igation' simply hog-fat-is indigestible, and that for yourself and your family better food,
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Rogers, t would for light
c open
uuss, the Druggist. Claik'b Stationer btore. it is not fit for the human stomach. better digestion and better health. *>p
Saturday and Sunday last. craft the entire length of the East

Miss Lillian Gates who has been Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Brown departed Coast. The way is now open from Coltokne, on the other hand, is made Cottolene shortens your food and
Katherine Millar has closed
Incited for the winter on Palmetto I her manicure and hair dressing Wednesday afternoon for their St. Augustine to Miami and the passage from pure, refined cotton seed oil-a lengthens your life. ihwa

avenue. left Wednesday for Salamanca lors in the Atwood blot'k and par re home at Marshalltown, Iowa. Mr is safe and convenient for all product of nature which is thoroughly Try it according to directions for a

I moved to her rottagp on South Brown has large property intends small boats. Whit this;: means to palatable, digestible and healthful. No few weeks and you'll x>t;

Miss Mattie Saxon left Mondayfor j Ridgewood avenue. in Da"tonaOel vicinity.A the entire East Cuist 11\1!ion cannot other shortening contains the digestible, never go back to lard. DOC,

letter mailed Fort Piercefrom lie estimated at the present time by
Fort Pierce, where she has accepted at
0. A. Hitch and family moved
the casual observer
a position with the St. I.wie the Austin, Shear and Perkins
Tribune. this week from the Spencer block on cruising party said they were haying The work will be pushed on to COTTOLENE was granted a GRAND PRIZE (highest n

North Beach street to E. X. Wal- a fine time and would probablygo Jacksonville without delay, several possible award) over all other cooking fats at the

V. M. Armstrong aud family, of dron's house on the corner of First surveys of the route having already. recent Louisiana Purchase Exposition, and food cooked r aP'
to Cuba) before returning
Smith Ridcewood avenue, Mt Tuesday :avenue and Daytona street Ixt-n made. When I this cut is completed with COTTOLENE another GRAND PRIZE r 1

for Wakenun: Ohio for the AH kinds of repair work also re Miss Jennie Lou Rivers: after a the waters of the :St Johns "Home Htlpt" a book of 300 choice recipes, JtttJ 1 1 j jI
pleasant visit with her sister Mrs: by Mrt Rorer, u your for a 2 cent stamp, S/ yom t
miner. pair work done by Bingham A Ma- river will IK' connected with the address The N. K. Fairbank Company, CAicaOoA
E. L. Stewart, has departed for Jacksonville i
"Dr. F. II. Houghton Suite 4 I, ley Co. Fart: Coast waterway, making it I'e'f-| NEW FEATURE-The patent ir-b'Kt top en this pail U forth
to visit her in that
Opera (House bloc, telephone 32. tf : sible for ( to sail up the St purpose of keeping COTTOLENE clean. fresh and whoUtom{
Mrs. Belle Abbott )Ilaynes( and city, before returning to her home it Uo prevent it from btorbing all disagreeable odor of the:
Johns and down the East! 1 Oust *
Mrs. Elizabeth A. Millar, motherof daughter, Evelyn returned Wednesday in Starkc.W. \ grocery, such at fish, oil, etc.

Mrs. Katherine Millar and Mrs.G. from a several weeks' visit at far as they wish to go.
II. Rivers and son, Harry of This inland has been
B. Seaman, of this city, left Tues- Orlando and other interior points. waterway Nature's Gift from the South
Starke, are the guests of Dr. andMrs. largely instrumental in developingthe Sunny
day afternoon for Milwaukee.W. Mrs. O. S. Robinson and Elder
E. L. Stewart. Mr.I Rivers, East Coast country south of
Gore of Orlando returned with Mrs. .
G. Hobbs attended the Grand who is Mr. Stewart's father is a Daytona. -Vast- areas of- rich- land
Haynes for a short visit with herself ]I ti wm' NNiiiM'rW/rVrW' Sr''v.'Ni/r I'' ''I 1 VN.WNirWNNNNNre he
Chapter, Royal rch Masons, m ses- cotton buyer for W. W. Gordon ACo I have been reclaimed and transportation + [
and mother Mrs. Abbott, at their \
sion at Jacksonville Tuesday and ., of Savannah facilities opened by water. 'I

Wednesday last, l being an officer of home on Bay street. We will secure for you bottom 1'' Beautiful villas have sprung up I : Jewelry. New Books.

that body. A letter received the 14th by prices on lumber and other building I'[ along the waterway and in time the I

Miss F. A. Russell has closed theladies' Frank Spring from friends in Victor materials. No one receives grafts I.entire water front from St. .
N. Y., stated that the snow: was I: tine to Miami will be clotted\UgUS-1 I ,
Furnishing Store for the on jour purchase- Norman S. Day- tisI
eight to ten iches deep and ice one- I beautiful homes and launches! : f I
summer and is preparing to depart ton, Daytona.T. power t'rg" J1t
for her home in Syracuse half inch thick. The weather all plying the placid waters will lie as''j !
next Monday -
the north has been F. Curtis moved his ice cream, 1
over simply I .
N. Y. thick as tree along the shore j II 'f (
abominable so far this spring, and fruit and confectionery business I ''''''r'.'' ; :

Go to Bingham & Maley. Co. for no doubt will drive Jots of people from the old stand south of the post-'' 0=' l -- .....'11\I\\\
I II i iI
furniture repair work. south another winter. office, to his! recently purchased property COMMENCEMENT rf ){ '7I.,:l' r'.- \

0:F. Coates, of the F. E. C. WhatisLily Water? Call at north of the l'evk-ifeudrieks EXERCISES. f -;f JI' T I :

freight dt'pofone, joined his family the electric light plant. block, Wednesday I co. ..! 1 t .
:- .1
at Buffalo Bluff; Tuesday .to be A J. }Hutchinson, who 1m spent j K KK I I : :1
Hadfield of South Pal- I"i!j.". .i :
Mrs. A. H.
present at the marriage nf rr8.Coate6' 1 the winter hero as usual, left Wednesday I- fifth Annual Commencement of the 1 I -" t"4: :' tor.. .. ;EIWi : ..
metto avenue, departed Friday for for Conn. Mr. 'iF;, .; ...: .
sister. Wallingford, h
Daytona High School. Class of ; ..d .
Chicago accompanied by her niece, .. ,
Hutchinson Pal ... ...: -- 1L_ .
owns on
Mrs.. F. A. Ricker, who has spent Miss Belle lladfielJ, of that city, property Ten Graduate. .

the winter with Mrs. C. A. Ellen- who has been visiting her the past! )metto avenue and has been visiting The oomniencenwnt exercise: of the ;; St-e our Souvenir Spoons and Orange All the latest N'oveK Also lionks for the 1: :

wood, on Volusia avenue, departed week. They will stop at Montgomery Daytona for many years Daytona Iligli will IK held ut tie ..: Knives Our pric*'!* will interest )'011. jonng people. j :

Wednesday afternoon for her home Ala., for a short visit with Miss Mrs.I .I". .1 White and daughter Baptist church <>n Friday evening :May ;y Jewelry I Repair Work Stationery of Rvery Kind. .:

*t Bay City, ?Mich. Ruth Hadfield. Mrs. Hadfield will Miss" hula were in the city from 2Hth A (,last will of ten,lute seven, the girls largest andthrreboys :: a 11t"f'ialt.\ The liost line in the i'it"'. ..
gra< lH.'I'
E. L. Potter left Sunday for I visit Chicago, Milwaukee and other Dupont on Monday Mrs. White is class to graduate rinse the high :idloul l ..yr ..

Evansville, Ind., for a short visit '. points )before returning to Daytonain still suffering with her hand, injured was organize.I axis GEO. H. CLARK .

of 'I. October or Nevemlwr. in a fall here over a year: ago, Trof J. I.. Wright: and his al"|f warps| '" ,
lie will return the latter part j
and came to this city I for treatment or teachers have given Daytona :i good J :
the eTwo Stores. 124-126 South Beach j
.Tune to take his work on
up Silver plate that wears, knives, school the" pa-t year, and the large" graduating -
j Ii
hoard of County Commisiioners. forks and spoons :at prices that will John Robert Parkinson who returned class attests the evellenre" of the kl1H1NmNN ..1.
from Tallahassee last week, exem-es I.I..JN1mNMRJmNNMW1MIHm Y
The :
work d.m pro:::r stn :
the Click
and letter i loaves at Oro. II !: "
Bigger nterostyon ---- -- - -- ----- -- -- -- ---- -- -
developed a fine case of measles evidently I I follows: I rU
Daytona Bakery.J. Jeweler.
acquired at that measles infected 1. Involution. I
E. Rush left Wednesday for ". flow History i>4 I'neartliPiI |
W. M. Guthrie and family returned place. Dr. Stewart says he is
Ann U. I htm:m. j jftnwn f
and the
Richmond, Va. Mrs. Rush i last! week from Tifton Ga., getting along all right,::; and will 1 lit' ::1. \\" in Literature, I

children will join him in abott two where Mr. Guthrie had gone some' about in a few days. rrmlli M t. Nl l)e. Norman S. DaytonREAL 1t

weeks and will he accompanied by weeks ago with the idea of locating, J. 11. Warficld left Wednesday, i 4. tirsthofrw -papers: ,
Mr. Rush's father Rev. F. W. Rush but found the climatic conditions!' Marry II JIIIIII] -"n.
Mass. i iI
for his home at Springfield, .
of Port 5.
not to his expectations: cold and
up Karl Stubcr who
accompanied by TI.l'ower'ur 2Surf-r| "lition.
Mrs. A. T. Browning and child rain prevailing most of the time I:has been his attendant since the accident Lillian Itiiijlmiii.T. ESTATE. I I cyt 'it

spent several days here last week during their stay Mr. Guthrie I in which he was knocked IJumi fur s Y 'ar, .

with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Browning states that most of the fruit in that down by an automobile( a few weeks Mildred ltriiv\ning.: ('.in of property. :."''P:! South I lcnch! Street.V.. II. EfMOXDSON. )- i

on North Beach street. Mrs. Browning section had been destroyed by recent I M. l Ikf" nseof Literature:Martha ,Amy J< 'ng"\:iV.U. Manager: Daytona. Fla. Hans, I'stiiuatCH: andSjiperintentlewv. I -,

was on her way from Miami to cold weather although some ago.Col. Lumber .'\ '(111111(1 i
yard \
Jacksonville llannlton,
( for
C. )r. Uhigham iI
her home near Palatka. locations in the state, north of Tif-- ChuI.lIC'wf't\ rMinwul-w.n. F. I K: ('. IJailvvav Phones at ofli,T, yard and, resiolentr.i I ii
attend the
to an-
ton, escaped with flight damage. 10. Iusk.II. I
The Gruber- lorri8 Hardware Co.,
Florida Funeral
nual meeting of the
na't Ih>tory and I'ronhify, I
have adopted a feature of interest to *Whether you rent or purchase, Directors and Embalmers Association Hva 15us...11 Jatl!on. 1 Wear Low Shoes

all base ball enthusiasts, in desplay- your interests are carefully guarded.: In session at that place and of 12 A <{uicVTuni, 1I 1I I

ing a bulletin board in their show Norman S. Dayton, Daytona. which he is secretary. J. D. Maley. M Lhzalx-th Hingli:uti. I For ,
TheIIII.riran Navy,
window giving telegraphic news of Three boat parties left in company left Wednesday to attend the same 13. Arthur \I. t.\\at. I I. .' . . . .

the play of the several clubs of the Tuesday of last week for cruise of meeting. M. Hiss A.Jn-! I Tin1 man or woman,
South Atlantic League.For I II. A. \\ild.r. !k; Ice ; who doo'nt
Ht'\ or girl
the lower coast waters, H. A. Perkins J. 1 I.. Odum, who left Monday for Daytona Company, wear
i. I'resentation of Pii I<>ma".
first class work-Daytona and W. II. Dyne in Mr. Perkins Jacksonville intending to go on to II h.. ..-. i I shoes misses the luxury
;. :Music, America, \n. nc ; tI
. Steam Laundry, phone 8. tf boat, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Shear Jamestown,returned Tuesday night.Mr. 17. 15cne lirti"n. J; : PURE ICE I[having perfect) foot

The Clerks' Club has secured the and child in Mr. Shears launch and Odum met several parties in Clare Motto' "InMi tVrtt MerS." 1 Made from Distilled Water. i Ours aic certainly

of Mrs.. M. A. lot on the W. W. Austin, wife and child in his Jacksonville just back from Jamestown Class of 1'MIT! ':'t Factory turner Kailroad: and Volusia avenue
use Rogers' foi table. They
Anna Roams! Ditman, 4r . . . . are
corner of Palmetto and Cottage avenues new boat, The Austin, just completed. and all advised him to wait Martha Amy Sen:stak, I the best. material the

and propose to construct a Messrs. Perkins and Dyne may until later as the exposition is not Lillian Bingham I
Eva Russell Jackson. II I market afford tae
; tennis court thereon. This will return within a week or ten days but yet in running order. :Myra Elizabeth Hingtiam,

make an ideal spot for tho purpose, the others will probably be gone a Dr. and Mrs Mrs. A. CJ.. Reigel, Pricilla Mildred Mitchell Cehna Browning Slye, IJOHNI"I" B. STETSON UNIVERSITY are right/ they wear

for month or more. They expect to go| visitorsin because only skilled
particularly summer play. I of West Palm Beach, were Harry Eugene Johnson Kioi.I.I.I.P.sM) HU: TlilI\Ir'tl.-IIINII.; < '
as far as Miami and possibly to Key I last Saturday and Sun- ."rthur'ol.: Stewart. men have a hand in the
The ladies of the Pinewood Cemetery Daytona Charles lIt'wett 1" lmQnJ.In.I ; : UcLAND: FLORIDA.Affliliatcd .
West I ItXuTH'EI The doctor had disposed of king. We have
day. many
Association announce Thursday, : With the Univcrtltr of Chicago. I

May 23rd, as cleaning day for the have two row boats : his drug business at West Palmto I Oscar: Kavvlms, son of John Haw- i COLLLOE OF LIBERAL ARTSTI.tnelard.| |.. .if thin.It HiI. ,U\.rOIt\ rd( eient styles in every I It

of putting the cemetery in found adrift between Daytona and M. E. Gruber, member of Gruber- lins, of this city, and a brakeman on I'.b'aw'' =Stet" *)n.graduaterreceive their .I|. zr.from l".lli :-;'trtIl| ar,1 l I'IIIeagn and good( leather and : i
purpose Co of this the F. I*.. C. h'y.\vas: killed by fall St: I lihAjfo find =Mt" <>ii catalog"COLLE6EOFLAII'liradnnterntthis: t
Morris Hardware place, I .
Owners '... .
good order for Decoration Day. It is Port Orange. can between the cars at Rock dale*, a /U !: ir> ndrslttelt'hrvtiw l j I Uu range of siethat '
New York. ing
hoped that all who can will be present same by proving property and paying I and was enroute to small station south of Miami, the in lori-H COLl without(jE OF TECH examination OLOjV AM: SCHOOL (IF .MLCI1AMC: A FS-M I... us to fit nearly every ,

t and assist in the work or send asubstitute. for trouble of toning jAn intimate knowledge of the fore part of this week. <'hann-al. tint, El.f\ 'trwal Fnin.: : .-ring; a1 Manual 'I'r.iunti.nir-*.- "'-,,,I.n j ,.. fioni the smallest to
. Fine nt'1I1Iilolinsz "c..t1y iiuipnaenr
Coffee will be served MILES LASTINV.ER, Kingston. building interests of this l localitywill .\ card from Harry Thompson received i I .I"rft't"; COLLLQE't. OF BUSINCSS-KinLing: { ill ah ,tbr.u...1 l I. .. .I'-H.lkH. ,rt,, I.v t..tI "largest.:" Come and see
and IIl"'thn.I" :.xhortban'lan tyivvxritinj |
the save anoames
during you many
left his father, stated ,
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Rogers Thursday by I i large fn.'uIU.' and commixliou-i liinMiii: \M- liaxt to offc-r at
Take the drive over the Port Tuesday for Chicago where they perhaps extra costs Let us advise that all aboard the Alcora were I PREPARATORY ACADE.V4ira1.1.,1. 1 II.,,,011.1. 1al.; I
with It costs nothing. I I'rim-vton Cornell MK I i higan. I ho ati and all hr-t.d.L'" > (lIIo.s:.">. i[
yon .-cl : ,
; ; I
Orange bridge. tf will witness the graduation of their you. well but their progress was not cry I NORMAL AND: MODEL SCHOOLS.-l Kmd r)rarton in n- own luil.lm" ; I -011. ; :!. ::7t.c
Norman S. Dayton, Daytona I dated Calabash narntluiidlinz. TinwhonN, ... ll h and :*;
C. M. Rogers returned to Daytonathe daughter, Miss Josie as a physician. rapid. The card was at I, J' I I'nroaiTan-Kiromni-ir'Miool Public N hool tn h.:.r*. in : j- w

latter part of last week from St. From Chicago, they will go to New Notwithstanding the long droughtJ. N. C., and they were then he I prepare MUSIC SCHOOL. *HMHMipi. |... ,,rcu ,i ,I.z.III'. "I"'". pnrat<> bniMiiui :

Augustine, where he has been engaged York, where their youngest daughter W. Hall, who conducts a truck said, weathering a blow in a little I'i large fa"" ultv. thorouuti our...- of shady, .. The i
""tll.IIII. IV.-tlv imnW.ti!
ART SC"OOI..w = .a-t.
from <<<
miles feorgee -
in surveying three separate Miss Mabel, will graduate from farm i'Q' Second avenue west!' of th inlet about fifty l| =M..t!on has ft fcu'ultv of Is '.nofe" and l in'lrn..t..r* T1.-.T In.11' drglw' ,
\'ers1ty-ab ut the first of of the town. I fromtheFnlversitvult'Liagi.Ilarrarl.I to>, iMrtnmntli lolninlHa. Toronto.
the East Alfred is marketing some
for the extension of railroad ,
routes j I U uL* F'ft".t. IxtiiHvilW lk,wd'.in. t tm tit. llmLlHI.) Fniter*tty .f Mk tii"tn, lieu
Coast Canal from that place to June. Mr. ;and Mrs. Rogers finest vegetables ever brought) da- Mesr. I DC. Arnett. of Valdoata} |II.I*..n and otter 1'nur..iti.-.. TlH-r "no 1I\"r t"M''tOI.:. <", in butkhng" and l "'.|''Iil'| '. Peck & Foster,

Jacksonville. The most direct expect to spend the summer in Al-I Daytona market. His! potatoes!' es (ia., and Ilov I )seven, of Carterville l i -iid.. w.>tlv>w MM fiinn-lnn nt. nn >endows. irw-ludiriK I library 1 ..tairx-'l of ov I"r ulawindow I".-..

course will probably be selected, fred. C. M. Rogers, the junior pecially, are as fine as can l he raised Fla., who have !been !smith the p.'lsl, -. T oil |>aintui ", a ?: .loo.>o| "1"1\n.I' member of the firm, will look after He is also marketing: winter stopped here on their way to Iarntasaners ._-l AttiHi. I K-Id. niiiiiinK tnu k. tennis ,oart. +, I KaMall ill i
added anywhere. ..
even at some expense. mond nn.l"ri.liron. I I..i.t| |te \\imrnill l. rolf. roe aug: and oilwr fportu; s.Ioratebuilding" .
their interests here, during hisfather's sweet corn cucumbers and the various their respective homes to wit relatives for men and \voimn; ten large lal.raturi for'bIP l. \'" I l.itrrniloKy > ..
Ror Sale or Rent-A residenceon absence.No early ,vegetables that are always I and friends Mr. Arnett i b I Mincralopr and Uiolysr. several l.iricn nniM-urii and .hlll"| ; -lMtrH. T. E.
walk") shell ro.\tJ.. (cowl avenue,. .i.t(
convenient business lij1ht electric 1..11:0.: e'nl"'nt ;
to ; >
Myrtle avenue, plans found at this time of the ).ear. Mr. the son of \V. W. Arnett, who atlone ..K>ui campus ..hrul>l.r.r nn>l trw; MM'tat literary iiiticH&l and utter ntud"",r" ATTORNEY AT LAW
portion of city. New houseof : charge for preliminary Ball has fine piece of ground and time owned an interc&t in theproperty lulrt; otarlwturecouri?'*; Hm-tun and not at taruxu. t.\C.hinr.: Tin- !I.,,'at'..n ilouutiful UAYTONA: 'FLORIDA
and estimates supervision of workat a nn.ll..altbul.. ( and tl"..11..n..8 are low.
six rooms with bath and on ; Norman S. Dayton, is making a big :success: of truck; I on South Beach street now For ataloir. sieve. folders and mforai.ition a-Urvji the I'r.">idrrit t Si{ Ml fin'llltk-s for ..illtLI(I land !
second floor, hard and soft water. actual cost. owned by Mrs Hawaou. l'kolK" :

tf, ifw. E. Gra T. Daytona. fanning

-"UIU L n. -"" [ << 1 .. : n ATTORNEY
halt I }.. .atak.R.. ...U anti. ,... low'rlla" trnrbinX T hN..1'QJoh \ idpt'r AT LAW
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) I Financial Statement of Co. I :........................11- -

Board of Public Instruction. Legal Notices ::1J..i.:1 I Ir

r 1 u tll i,,:., RECAPITULATION OF CO. FUND. I j

Bal in Treasury last statements 4990.37 ( r

Q Receipts for mouth__.. 8650.33 (First pub. April 27; last pub. May 25))
\ Warrants outstanding: SOO.OO __

Qo t Total 1 $14440.70 NOTICE OF ELECTION. -=- f 4

rc. Warrants out last report _. 86900 Notice id hereby given that the Board ) I f
Total warrants drawn_ 4411.13 .
of Public Instruction of Yolusia
Cash in Treasurer' hands.__ l
9160.57Total. Honda
hereby calls and orders an elee- .
ion to be held in each of the yl
........... ...._._ ........_.. 1444070 school districts herein named specialax inVolusia : ,,/ r ,

ITEMIZED RECEIPTSA. County, Florida on Saturday, ry t
I'r ('. Croorn, tat r..J mption'.S !54.2 May 25th. A. I D.I 1407.! for the following 1

t ID. P. Smith: Cen. Taxes: :tWG.50 I' lUrposes: : M

I). P. Smith poll faxes.............. 500.00 First-To fleet three persons, trustees 6E
I I I of each of said special' tax school districts -
Total $SQlO.33I I for the two succeeding years.
ITXH.I Second-To determine the number ..f
t ? ? OUN a ED ON lXI.E) DITUIICOFiCl10UL: I mills of district tax to IK levied and rolcctcd l- 7J !
>,LEOUNDEDONr Eugenic Fair. a I ary......? .VIK; ) annually for the tao n'lccecdingears 1' 1
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I 4- QUAC r May Milburii. '. 10 I > in marl of the said special I tax ,, 1" Sj
j bt:had di.trirt.Distrkt .-. O .
IWright(. :
1 Iii
WHITE MOUSE | N. '.? .......... .......ltarl>crtillcDistrict Q ..
t N O NEST 'M Tt10DS ; THE COMFORT I I Martha I'rimu' .V) ) i : X.. 7 ................Port Orange: 1 .

JNir 1 IN ST. LOU IS a M..w1 a,.1, Jennie Merrill. ...... M District' No. I II I ................. .. LnterpiiM' t 1

Nose NLJc................... .* ...... JO !Strict No. I 12: ........................ DCLand 11 r
IIIIfDWORKMANSNIP( t LATEST STYLES .' District Fo. 1,1: .......... ..._Orange City 1 ,
Mary :Stones.. ........_.... _. 50
.tip District i No. :23; ............ ..........Ormond
rrrew ? ,! qw aqi' Lottie Xurthrup........... 50 District No. _7....................... Ernporia Four Sailings Each Week

; ARS EX ER IEN E REASONABLE PRICES I Emma Apthorp........._ '. ...- 50:)( District No. 39........................Pierson 1 I, BETWEENJACKSONVILLE
Enter Hereall Lucie Ilaecker-. 50 District No. 18_.........._.. Meen !
'//7//f/////' Done and ordered by the said Board' and NEW YORK. "
Clara Wilkinson............ ?_.. 50
of Public Instruction of Volusia
IL E. Ranson............... .* ...... SO Horida. at regular meeting County of said, Calling at Charleston, S. C.. lath way I
Etta King.. _... 45 oard on the first day of April, .\. D., TUB( : FINKST STEAMSIIII-S: IN TilE COASTWISE SERUCh.Clyde .

ye foot-sore and weary-Just beyond's the White Housein Mary Mei eod...._........ ..._ 45 1007. JOHN L. CIIAXI1LLK and Southern Lines. t

E St. Louis home of true foot dress and comfort-Best Katherine F'alaner........ 45 Chairman of the Board of Public In- New England
truction of Yolusia County, Horida.Attest .
Ethel Douchelle ...... 40 : A. O. DOnS DIRECT) : SERVICE BETWEEN: \

of leather Ease and grace of finished shoes Made by Carrie Mabbett............ ...... 40 County Superintendent of Public Instruction JACKSONVILLE BOSTON'AND 'PROVIDENCE. \

C. A. ._._ and Secretary of the Board of AND ALL EASTERN POINT
f'. Kieth 115
workmen skilled in handicraft Foot-fashion realized in Public Instruction of Yolusia County, I Calling at Charleston Both Way...
Maude Barren.............. 10;
Honda. SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.Sniitlilmnnil I
May Mablx>tt-.. ._._ 50
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Mrs. A. J. Farrah......... ...... 50 Notice of Application for Letters I . From Lewis! \\lart. Ik ton ...
For Men SHOES For Women. Patent. .Vimlilimiiii) ] . . From loot Catherine Street, Jarksoimllf!'! .
WHITE HOUSE Marvin Harwell........... _... 50 i: -- ,i

Carol Roselwrough....... .._. 50) Notice is hereby given that on Tuea- CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE
Carrie Eccles.. 5O day. the fourth day of June, A. D.. iPJ07. ,

Every man and woman knows that good understanding in Shoes Mary Hark.................. ..._ 25 the und l1Ii.Dt..1 subscribers will'' Between JacKsonville and Sanford f f.II f.

rests upon the foundation of a sole of honor quality, style and prices Lottie Eccles..... .......... ...... 50 of apply Florida to Hon., for N.the B.issuance Broward of, Governor Letters II j -STOI'PINf, AT I'\I..\TK.\, ASTOR, nER& FORU. (DcLASU) and InteriiM-difttr '

Catherine La Foiti .. ...... 50 lAndiBRnonST.JOHNS RIVEK. 'tI
ee. Patent on the following charter ;
; reasonable.V II I T f 1; HOUSE; SHOES I for for proposed
men, women. Annie Pattillo............... ._ 50 of "The Charles I:. Gardiner Company I Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE" 1

Ulias Purdy.................. .. 40 }, ," which said proposed charter i.I I are,{ sail as follow: Leave Jack BOUT ill*, Sunday TnewJayn and '

i THE 1 BROWN SHOE CO., ST. LOUIS, Makers. Ella Lutcr_......._..... 10 of now State on file at Tallahassee in the office,of Horida.the Secretary | Thnrwlaye.ltn. > Pa'. Heturning "leave t'anford, Monday. WI.'ID49lay. and

Lola Parriah .._. 40. I Fridays. .l.'M a. m.
Dated at Daytona Florida, this 4th [
Sold Dealers
by Leading Everywhere. I ----- ---- -
Vcnla Drawdy__......., 40. day of May, .\, IX, 1907. I|1 Rid Do.Bound. I I SCHEDULE I N.ReM r11rBw.e. Uts: .

Mackey Sheldon ........._ '. 50 I C1IAS.E.KAKDINEU.N. C. ARUINER; ', bare 1:111: p tn.:.........-:-................_4akiH., >imlle.._.._........_.......-lArriv* 2: Emma Baker................ .__. 40. 1 ABEHCKOMBIE.. ., :N:4.::' p ni........... ..........._.....,1'elatku.! _...._.... Loave 8.00pm:

------- Carrie Boyd......._.- ...._, 55 t Articles of of ., :1.I Nt' am.........................__.\!&tor__.............._......I., 3'M pm.. .

............................................. )Mary Green................. 40. Incorporation "The" : ............._... ._...II.I't'"rord IDrl.aud..1( .. Jt1O 11 hI
: Charles E. Gardiner Company. t I Arrive SNIa I III ........... ....... ._ _..Sanfonl....._....._................. J::Jtl a m
SEABOARD Annie Hid!'!....... 40 I The undersigned' persons! hereby associate i ', lo' .'"II\III.................. .__Entprprilft'._...__._....__......, .. 10OOamI : ,
Ruby c.att................. ._... 40 themselves together for the, r. 1
Air Line Railway. Delia Leech. W pose of organizing a corporation under j __ I
J. I II I Selden.. NOlanthe I the laws of the =State of Florida, anereby .1 1l i 1-'. I.mOX lOxan. J* A. r;. P. .\.. Jacksonville: Fla. I II

Savannah Columbia Camden Southern Bond. ...._ ... h adopt the following I JOHN", PEXDREU'; II. P A. .\. C. H MiE RTf. O. t:. I' .\

MIL FOSTlllt knows What ai-coiumodations are available at the hotels AKTICLES: OF INCORPORATION .
: j i .isu' ksoorill Fla. Pier 3fi N. R New York.
Helen Durgman........... '* ..._ t"i i
Pines, Ilaliegh, Hichmnnd, and will engage; rOoms for you in advance. At Mr.I Foster offices you can i| Article I.-Xam<> and Place of Irus,- to. II. \"I.clIt.l'a"o.: Traffic Mjrr. C. O. I BROWN, Gen'h Pass A t.
Ethel Wetherell.... ...... __ 45 'I ?
: The of _!.HI 11 road ;-Of'\\ 10rk.
Baltimore Plnladelphia obtain .lesHriptiM" printed matter und personal information ronM-rning I ness. name the shallI way.
Washington, .. Alma Halid.iy.............. ...... .15 I lie The Charles Gardiner Company'| I I.. I H. 40XES.T. .\. I. K HCnOI1U:. L. .\.
these antIoth..r rev.rt< i the homeward F'
.. New York. along way. I Mrs. I. A. Bennett ._.. 45 I and its principal place of business shall J"\>onvill.... Leet-bunr, Fln.a,11' .

Atlantic Iteadi. Magnolia Spring. Su\unnah. : Fann,'w..QI\\'inf'......... .. .... 4" t be at Daytona \ ohisia County Floridut COOPER., Ju... F A. CLYDK) 'MILNE, (i. .'. A. rp
Charleston.Columbia. :Oum men'ill. Augiit Two Elegant Trains Daily Caniden. Aiken. : Winnte Und'lui..t.| ........ ..... -III maintain branch establishments r,r' I' l' 1.01:1.1.IoCtnt: .ki>onTilIi.>. Ha.CHAS. .

Maud l Strother....... ..... ...... III places of business at other points etch '

Seaboard f P.xpress: I Finehurst. Chase .City. Newport News. : I Nellie Pattillo.............. ...... 40 I within or U-yond the State of I'lorida.1 1--' --
Hit lunoinl. 1 Old PortCoinfoit. Neaderwutille. 1
SCiboanl"iI : Lincoln II ull y..C Order) ...... _<;.u' Artid" II -Natureof Bu inl'\.". The
Itu 'li. Jame.trlnn fa.4tiou. Akhevillc.lUltiinori'.'l'os of the
Virginia < i shall be to
[ ...... ... ... company con-
''I I J. M. Chaffer .... Salary: 'HMrs. duet and
Hot :Spring; Va; I.u ray..SaiiliircG. filt: r.-IKlru. curry on a general merchandiset
Modern Pullman Equipment : J. H. (:larrikin...... ..... 15 business! both w holcsale l and retail; to
Flat lwk.! > t
. | | uittry.Chattanooga : 'I Clelieltill..................... ..._. 411. buy, lease, hold, sill' exchange: or otherwise -
Tryon.Atlanta. .
I'llill&llo-llllli Amy Maim.................... ...... 4 Cin< innati. New Y..'k. perty and rut hundi--; "f r
c -
t JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINE : : .Minnie Carroxv.............. .. ...... 40 lion and to buy Irjise 'II every otherwise eh-sl'ril{> i 1-
French Lick :Siiii :::". (Chirag'i.Washington.."lI.: I ; si or
Louie ......... ...... Exvalss
TSORFOLK' VA. :;t. L..uio. :. : Creithtoti 4(1( '. U'fillin'| or ollurwise i disjiose of :-uiy

& I Willie MrHae................ ...... .Vl :,1101 l all real stale whidi may l IIf' IKCssary PaEPA1D
Excursion Tickets Sale. Kansas City.Mr. .\tI.lOtil''it) or incidental t.. the
on Duly : M. C. .._ 35i proiirror 1

Ra For full information 1"tf'r'I-f'n ires are fre--no fees are ever as-kod Itr a..I.I.II l I. "
vations call on"nt of slt..1Cr Seaboard reser<>r > ashen. you are in doubt YOF. ItirTTKU ASK Mil. "FOSTF.l) : I I Marion .Tillinglia........ ...... 3_ '.r of selling, mortgaging or otheri5 -I III r l :

write to :jCeorgia Houard I ........... ...-. VUryiinl \ pledging or diKing| of any of i its! -- b101

I HE PROBABLY KNOWS : I 1-.llIIly: ............... :. ._ :35 real or [11f'1'if'lIalpr"IK'rty| as security for ti
S. BOYLSTON JK. I any debts owed by it; ate. the power t? s I .
{ S. 1-,'. Hadley.................. ...._ :.., t Uiorrow and tel't'lue the
Assistant! General Passenjor Agrnt. Mr.r Fiistrr's nfllrf are at t lhr" Sign i of. the t t uri- : Mary Morrison.............. .' ...... 35 of the same iioney in any manner l permitted, 1'I'l1lf'ntI 1 I by, ItIB >
Jacksonville Fla.
r lion Mark[ inJacksonville. : I Julia llaiikins................ ...._ 35 I law to natural person: WMIS/d/ e '
.article I III. Stock.
I Amelia' W _jjin'............. _. 3.; of the capital 4.'apiUl stock of the The amount W;. Orllvf.Rt4. fOR

THE FINESTBATHS St. Augustine.Palm : I.. Whitman................. 35 lie Ten Thousand Dollars companshall to l he Y

: Amelia Ambrose..... ..... ** ...... :'Ml divided into One Hundred Hiarcs> ..f

! Beach Miami. I J'nnie.un,;................ ._.. :3: the par \alue of One Hundred 1K 1- r

: Mamie Hobinvm} ......... ...... 3- Tars. AH or any part of the capital
stock of this Corporation may I If
ON EARTH Havana, Cuba.Vashin ton, I D. C.1)urinethr : S. C. J 11: :Sims.... .......... ...... 3_ payable in property, labor or services BLUM & COMPANYAJJEXCYPAUSTHBEWINJi

r I Mrs. I;. n. ILiker......... ...... :K at a just valuation to lie fixed .

FOR MEN AND WOMEN 2.'>cl ) JAMIISTOWX::: iXPOSITION: ; Mr. Poster will have an : Mrs. S. F. Hadl..}........... ...... Irt by the Iricorporators, or by the Directors (t)

: Howard Y. ...... ...... at a meeting called for the pur-e.|
Stillman Ut ; )
\ INIOUMATIOV OFFICKin: the of. Hot"l (liamlx-rLiin. Old Ion
LILY WATER 1 lobby at Property, labor or services may ata> 1 be
Point Comfort. J. M. Temjilin................Tran...... I II:! pun b..ed I and paid for with the Capital: p ;, Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis 66 Whiskey.j .
The Best Water f.r Table UM I: Edna: 1Villienrue..Sal) : ..... :A 0I :Stock at a just valuation of such property
NN' ......0ltN.... ........ I j Send! for PrirH LiKt.
N ........
C8MMMMMOMFlorida I labor services tote\ fixed II h IACKSOXVILLE FLA
or [ ,
ELECTRIC LIGHT i Mary Hark................... ...... :!5 ) .
directors of the s
John Santa.................. ...... corporation at a inefting -
\\ PLANT I Tran :-0) called 1 for the JlUf>l'Sf'. .............................................
'" !I Cle\ie lich? ..................A's'd. ...... ti; Article IV.-Term of Existence.: This ,

'." ':'HoraFaeetti i................. Sal ...... 12 l: Corporation shall exist perpetually: as

i I Willie McRae...............War ...... 3.; provident by law.Article i CONFEDERATE 3
---- v.-Omt"f.. The business of VETERANS REUNION
F = -- East Coast 1 J. F. Cairnx.... ........... II. F. ...... :5JA. shall lie :
the nducted
IE -=::==S Corporation ( by a ,
fi NNNN..1 O. Dolts..................Frt ...... 40.45; I President, Vice-rresid: S rrtary, i

|: Neville H. ClarkOPTICIAN. :'ii: .. la Effect April MH7. I Bond Lumber (............... ...... 4.32: Tmasurrrlloatd of Directors, and slit'h I Ricemond Va. May 1 30 to June 3 viaAtlantic

, f SOUTKBOUND-KEAD: DOWN. IA'''ill Wilxm: ........... .....Jan..... :-5! other officers, agents and !servants A.*the ,
l tr :<< NORTHBOUND-HEAD! IV.PEOSSOU I Board of Directors from time to I
Ii S. F. iladle)....................Jan...... 5Laiiman time detm advisable.may of
wSb ..a9 "I'Xo.' Any two said
U I I ii 00 D.Dy Dahl TATIO" SO.LL11YIDailr tll' < .V Arkroyd..Itep.! ..... 4 III offices exiept that of Presidentand: Vic'f'- .

H ex> N 8 ''_b > | J. J. Vinzant........... .....Com..... .1..1..1.II. G3: President may Ire held by one p)<'rslr :

: 1-... b ; 1 "_Jackloll1'We--l.y II 4 w":? f'W I. I ,,tt5......................Sal...... \:1.A .:33 All 1 officers hall hold their res|p.'t h'f' :1 Coast Line.
.Q\ H 7 10 ..... j oMic-C'.i until their suei-eswirs are .
i a 7 111 :==::. Hasttnge.AagusUne..,. .=: 12.1' 7/Uw: ( t"'" (O. IGdts. ......................Inc...... :t3.: elected and ijtiahfu-d.{ The meeting duly f"r.i

=1 J \J ii q t3 a 11.m Ly..Fa t PalactaLY -1 a 26w j 09 W. A. .Allen... ................Ine....... I.:.0 the f'It'f.ti"n of officer shall be held fr.n
t 12 Ar_ ____
I b C': 7 40 t11 LY..._..._V.lak I'allttl\r la "6 /e U4w111)1 bawl 1 Z F. C. <;ra\es._.................Put..... 13 the first Monday in July .\ I D. 1W7) I

f !Ii: Eyes Examined 11"J't.1e. ::II:: 0'\' ,r\.I e a UQAIIL".u_Roca S.nMateo..At Mateo_l: II.92_ 610u1 7LW I J. H. Hibbard................St: ...... 5 and annually. The datp..f thereafter, the annual on the nut-ting samedate. I I Tid.t" on sale daily from May :!Vth: to :.nth inclusive Rates ,

a :- : '-7 R O.l'ain..r..l'r ...... 50 I r for
n n N rn 9 1J YBunUIlJ.J.y "zn b Gut oooc '. 14 may, however, ln changed by the by; : tins.Nfasion is :* I ;.ii: from Jac-ks: : w. 6 lbw H&II..u&h d )trlb.ti..11'rll...... :d) laws. The following officers shall 1
1 At tlark'n Jewelry Store. :: q 9/ 1 ===Ormond--... : : I..n"m.t virtually one P t a mile for .
f. :: rn f 10 1 ;'_ h n _. : 44 1bw:'" l/ J. L. Chandler.................I'.r'd....... '., the 1 business! of I the Corporationuntil 'iI:. tnm-lo.1! with corrrapondinK 1

: h==NLNNNN.N.NNN.. NNNNI .a t'3..e 10 lot 2 1 'r_Fortor.nge.-Few Fmlroa.... .__I'I 41aa 4s;.., ::r I cC' = (;'-.,. .lCmuih. ..............Itr'd! ..... II those elected at the first f'1"i"nshalll.e ralc-s for all poET. F.xtei.Hion: of limit to duly) fill ran t lie obtain- :

-- NNNN MNN.N..N.N -: w /0 10 "" 8iAI" -I.Ake- .Helen ...,-t r 12 /sty c. (I) A.11. l're\att t ........... .....Br.II.t l ..... 10.4 J Gardiner qualified,, l President: l, namely and Treasurer: Chat.. 1 ; II E.. ed I by .lepositinK( tickft with special aKfnt and I p.yment of fifty :

When the mosquito'sdisturb 1 = 10 r Orange OrangeUtr.--j"1'1' Junct. t" 12ss.12 IKAo 6 619w: (") (I Viet |"iub. April-27- -; hut: puli.- --M-v- -1>-) C'. Cardinericel'r -sident; E.: .\ ".r- i-c-nt at time of ,lp|>osjt. :

70 :2 ( ew tmyrnL-Ar II w. Ww. 0 uOIuloiet&r} ; I Dmttor: Ch.ts. I E.: t .
o II, II7AI _Oak JJl1l-b 23i., S Ow =' C NOTICE TO NON-RESIOENT. Gardiner, II. C'. Cardiner; and I.: AUrcrombie r.
= 11 8 lava IAr. _"fltUf lilt,.. LY 1 btw.I 3 ( a. + :
Om 11 66 I/Ar1-/ 'no _:L Lt !63w ,.... M..l. In Circuit Court, S-\fiitli Judinul I ArtideMIndditeilness. [ F u ". ".,,.. and all detailed' I informationvviilc i
a Ssr 1 abw Lr1.-Sanro _1.'rl" .. Thehlghumoiint )
your restremember 6&si II tow =' Cirruit of Florida, in and for loan| <-i_ call
rn C'3 ll a 13w: Li Tltuerllle_ rI i'"I II lAAIIl (County. I ref ir..I..ItNIr.I or liability) lo or on i :
r.' "" 0 171 $!y ovv "..__Cocoa_.Lr II7P = 17 81ta _Rockledre: 1 new' 2 lbw tJ _J subjwt itself shall I lot Ten 1"1..uallllI .
1 4P1:::! }:al1 GalUe .. 12/.ma, ,... J.
1/w tJ Justph, U\\ rule l .
I Dollars.Art
0 byA 1 ISw 4 13'1I "_Melbourneeo 123:1: 1t t 3IM t tSarah FRANK '
I c::: 1 6 111'1I "_ bIJUIII-. eo 11 4AII 12 fa:1A11: :J r.> I id.-Ml Naiixs and 1 I.:<.>i.I| ..,.*. C. I30VLSTON Ii
p,f ?y 7641 6 6:1'1I: "_.:;t. l.uci0_ 10 65ma 110:.. er :; (1Iru. I ..f 1I1.iI"'r-. 11... ..III"" and J

k ..o.... c. 1 : g: w Fort: Tibbafa==.:. g 9.t del.q I = Z Z To .S rah Owens.) : .1".11'1'8 I.r II.....111.,,-rlu&n.1: I I 1.P ...Ct..i-I n.sliicl. I'Mss-w.r Aftf-nl. Ailaiitir C : Line
C) air 4U. ..-.Eden:: J014.,! 111ft'' f You are hereby reiUir.I| to ap|>ear (tothe of 1'lpitalt"f L. ,ul..l.r.I..1 for by 1- ,
: cJ: /a 64e; eo_ I
I ; Jensen- 1009.)! 11 is v: 0 follows
4' Hill of aiea-s :
fileil her !
Complaint again.t
I .y a e Stuart : .J IA( !
t l f. /law ? bGe1"I uobe snood 10 s Ww rU ; <: volt in the :dsrr.cntitlrl! eaiise oil nrIn Chan. I I':: ( :irdii4'r, II.&}tuna, I Lon.."l a, KSONVILI.K.( FI.\. ,
) 9
8inghamMaleyCo 4 la, 7 4h1( ., __Weft JUf.lter M 9 :''O..I w ru ., <; 'fore ... 13 hates. 1....... ..................... ?
.41 .4.1 61011 1I lc _N est t.alm 5eech_" 6 /;'. IU 9 l shy (J'J the :3rd day of Jllr. A. I II. 1N'Ile 1;. i ............-<../...>.... i
Isar 1/1W \ fla/etto-News"; i is t hereby ,1f> II.I' IianliolrI; | l'ijl.rti: I I.:
cJ: cJ: : 63u1 a : Borntos I'rlray l : : f ., : oia: 0 C liatetl as the tie"" in whirl Sil.-1 i r1arIR. : .....................
I k ''" bty / sKtier| | ........
w ..................
?1 a law 1I:4CA1.1 fort Lauderdale_" 7 :2.w 714..1pw II 3 order shall lx published(-" a arr.k for I I':. AI-Ti-rombif, ll.ijton.i), I lorida tuhlt. .
tl4 .._ _Dan1a_ ? 19.., /twj .... ,
Mr. 7 .
s N
= : .
ronxfiitive weekss.Witness
709A11 1 bas. _...UaUandale_ 7 04w'' I ; MALLORYLINES
forMosquito p J r g : t1-r.1 a 14w 7341111 =' 3 : my hand and ee kl 1 of tifl'.re: ('ILIS.1.llI'l\II: : : : l: ;
L I..... tart_ r Mtamt- Intl : = CD:) this. 1'Jth day of AprilA. H. MOT.! I I ii. I'. c\iiii\iic.; ( : .

10 IOtII -_ Art Lri.y ._._UomeWadlLY! ,IAr ___ 12 I sew, sd :$.$.aU. JORl\X.( | J E.: Aiiiicioii'.n.State : : ): l.. : :
iDany.zceptSandpy I.A\I>IS.V HSII.}:: Ork.Silicitors I of Honda. I *
1 for Complainant. ati .
/ No.. 23. X01 lu-ia J 4
Canopies.Furniture an EL Sol -13E TPOnT BRL\CS ..117_':.;;: Sa ro( o. "' 4d ((1 First pub. .Mar.I 2j; la-t pub May 1'1) I B fore me frsonall caterGaminer Cha'. r : SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS :
Only S11J1. Dan S11J1.Ez I Daily ally un: Notice to Debtors and Creditors. j j : dl. C Gardiner and I.1:. .the-r- .
C LOnl1 I crombie, to nie well and rxrv.nallvi
Sasbletlbice" :2 100 r In County Judge's: C' I :
Y--J&CUoIIYIlie.-Ar 1mwv ,
/ twits r...So Jachont5le.Ar6{ WM 9u and for 1'ohrial'o11u1 known, and known to me to \Ire the p ptr- 1.I&r..t. ar..1 I1ItHO t I .
= = 32 llurnntldy
: b t: v 11II1'11t"I1
to aOMJ, 4 r. PaWo$ oo.a'5t] 12 ::: : vs r sons described, in and who subscribed I ; [ 1 1""Jr..r "I"&ln..I.II' till time .
It) t '
aa 29'.16 & .
PI(7' IlilHt.NO
10tmt.r I
10 l>O>IC7 eta 1Jo&13 11 oomaar-N'aYJlOn.-LY.Beacb-Ar 12 150e4 lft; I 1 w In the !&Iutt.r oftheIl I namen to the foregoing Articles oiI : O\'I'ltl1tcl\\lI: ( "... :
1200.& 0IJ>tII 1I'IJ.1I ;
I of The
Incorporation Charle K

1: tateofLurena
I I Important aT.1TE1tOU11S.11tE1'tn1TItELVGt: : ".%R.\ "''EI-I': : i ;:
AND OCOBEMAl nit Company, and they severally aknowleige11
STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS! AT MIAMI.Cloji L C. M<<:iellan.Notice --1 I _
I to me tht they :'ultM rib t|1' :hemsts 1 "n U 0101111I. its nil tl'lets wilt hr 1 .sold toI ..1'1.J i.
j io> hereby Kites that the undesigned their names thereto for the ii-esandpiir> j roflrerhlrurSLlPiwatm: I' rocNU'itrolUini. t,1t 111,11.. taw eto t. :
Undertaking. ConnicUoo Mane it Miami] with SUinsblps ol Ut P. & 0. S. S. Company ::; his duly iii.ilifled| as admin is- pi>ses therein. expressed. I urinlC t till l. l.are" n ICt'r Inl)IVIt lIa ....nlf.* 1\.1| ntUntinn. .
tratorof the 1:: tate of l.urena C. 1Clellan Ir-I! j jj I I',11 F.NIEIt.(; 4 e
KEXjWEST AND HAVANA. In Witness \\ hereof, I hereunto >et ,j c .KAVFLJArKSOXVII.LK' : KVfcllY: : TIII'I.I: .Ii11 .
-- deemed, late of said rounty. I mv hand and official "seal this f r.t d iyof'May .( IW t (:Si., S,:1"1" 0' shi1''' in Florida' Tinl+--.rinunT' .) i ..!
Trains DUcharx* Ptsttngtrs at 5blp' Side. No Trantfcr. and all creditors', legatees: and A. D., 1 11O! ;. \,1' RATES TO NEW. YORK AMI ALL I'OIXl'S01:1'11: .
tcej, and claims all other per.on: \\ distrillu-I '3-;7l T.lFlT7.iiK\l.: ; : |). I t'!ncinlingdeliglttfu: ; J }l J HAYLIGHT S.\1 II. through. Hie I 1
These Ttm T' 1ea eh'rw the KIWI ** Jl trains be having: or demands FAMOUS "
t'romth.sereralstatimzbd fh < mar wpecte-to arrtr at and _epan said l estate will thf'l'am .j.J Notary Public :Mate of llorid.u TLrnutr.lio :>E MSLAXDS. :tr"ar.linJ
UieljamTalcrlepartnr att-t present 1 -
ARfHITRTT., IIIIUIKR: AMI: OlNTKMTOB nor a thb Compaa to umeiiuued U not JI1&r&nlH bt-held repombi*foracy: dtUn or any coMcqcenca amu.therefrom. I undersigned within two years! from date expires May l&O1(I!: ; /: utt -1IIl11l1ff..n-oJ
)cnitlence and urn,,", northeast turn*r<> or lie forever barred. -- I tio.L..t". ric a '' t. III un utl..r ling; lliajraru. rewrrati oie' ,
For I IHf'IJU'hllt'r 11 ?
Copy of y
the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information HOWARD T. M.CLEI.F..1N:; .
J] and Volimia[ | 4I the ) : J -
RitlgewotM avenues ;
"SEE THE TICKET AGENT." Administrator the Estate of I.n. .i irfonIL Daytnna: IJalery DAVIS, :214! w..t Ha.v Strt ....
Phone 89. Daytona, FloridRII1Ke1Vuca1 a 1. D. RAH.VER.ACTt. C. MrClellan. j '(-:in supply' all your wants in the Florida t'a' ragrr Agnt. JaiLimnTille. Florida ,:
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