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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Ormond gazette news
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Daytona Fla
Edward Fitzgerald
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May 25, 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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I. \'1)1. 18, No.. 52 Oore Every.hcrc. Reaches All Clautf. Daytona, Florida, Saturday, May 25, 1907. Best Advertising Medium in Dayton and Vicinity, Price 5 Cents r.

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:.................................... ............... VANDERBILT CUP XssibIe| that the general manager of tJ W. PERKINSIS I .I.1.......I.It1tI..........1......1.I........./s1.1I .
I I M. ELLA DE VOY CO I Iv I the hotels would agree to open them

RACE IN FLORIDA I temporarily to t take care of the viilorsaud VINDICATED. I BARNES the Novelty Man I ,I
of latl0rliwould ,
: LADIES' HATTERS I pKntv garage: (\>mo< -
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JW\ :: Correct in Styles.N"ci' $uulh 1"ad.l'lr..tlIilJtolla.; Personal I attention nitinK.I :* Is One of the Pos.-ihilities for Coming It is well known that no<< hpcci.tlM \\'as Reinstated Prosecuting: .Attorney SELLS EVERYTHING. : d'eD of .

.****.**............................................. I'atlHi the famous Ormond, rani.,esiolt! is Hquin-d' I ;to \IMthf of \'olu..i. County by eiotcrnorItrcmartl I: E15IIl'tially Stati"iKTv, Fishing Tackle Crmktry, .: 1
I"Iori l.t c? lIst and inch a rats .is
l, .. IiWtmfm'Wiirtimti.' ..' ...... ,.n\fimiitiifVmM\ ., -: :-: ... : Daytona Beach. that for \ v\ould on l'ueoday. Glassware, Ixwiiey's Chocolates, ixnivunr PostCards : pIe i
i iitmVmirtkmimmiiM ttitittiMiiiiwV. There is: a possibility that the famous cup The news reached Davlun Tuesday : : Talking Machines, Dolls: Toys, and Notions. :
be seen with pcrfett safety. There' i
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r Vanderbilt tup: race may: be evening that Governor Uroward : :
1 Miller-Strohm Co. t is no question but what every driver : BARNES
.run off in Florida this year. would have a fair opportunity to had reinstated James W Perkins as : : ofY

The motor parkway, on which win as he would not lie. impeded by Prosecuting i Attorney of : Will also frame your Pictures, sharpen your Saws, :

.. Successors to the race was to he run this year, the mob that seriously! retarded l I County. It will l he remembered that :: Knives! Scissors, Lawn Mowers, Etc., and will : th..

{ PECK & FOSTER. i iI cannot be completed in time. There some: of the: Vanderbilt' cup driverson l Mr. r'fkinras remove somethingover : repair almost anything that is out of whack. :

.>- :. is a strong sentiment' against run- ; a year ago by the governor for 1d
I/ong [Island.
I 1 Family Groceries ,i" ning the race ou Long Island roads The weather i in Florida in October alleged failure to prosecute' (1'rtainI I In. Fact, for Any Want, Remember :.

tr ti owing to the dangers of the case, which dlariPs'f'rt' r
and l November i is aiwavs good, so
a f min Fancy s=. course, with famous "hair pin turn," : false, but\ for some uum:u'onnt- I BARNES i
the rolllcllw
: race un.I"rtlaf' a
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and the accidents which have already 'able reason his reinstatment' was .
: and Food I I'IT'e 2- most favarable auspices and conditions
-. resulted there. i I withheld until almost th" ne of the THE NOVELTY MAN. :
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, ALL.IN THE BHRCDB" I r0tW I Pro-luds | Immediately the movement for adjournment of the 'legislature i
I The Florida course i is well knownto r 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA, FLA. :
1- 1'm.Ymffl.wmlmmmmmm1mmm.I' ,!!.t!,I.I..mmm .lm.1(2. ;: Florida U'gan with .\. I H.! I'.idring- Mr. Vanderbilt as it'a there "Jim" Perkins:' made, (the' l lstProsecuting : pnozhiii.: :

... ton, A. (1. Bate-lie.Idcr, Motoring M( >r- Attorney ViJusi.i omnlyI .
.. that he made, his famous mile and had :1.1.III.I.......1.ISIIIS1.I.I.1.1.ISIII.....ItlfltlBi j
; ;; ; ; ; gan, and others favoring it. the worlds) record of :;0 I secondstlim1 I lever and I his reinstatement! is ,
, Muslin The( announce'ment that Florida. 'hailed) with salt"rwlilln; by mneUnllis - ---

, : was! l being considered. and I the storyof faster years than at ago.lung The Island mursp. and i is much thereis : of the jn-ople of the. fonnly.lie :...................................................: .

the effort to bring, the big fal'Cherein was fi'ailoss! in the diwl.arge. of
Tuesday May\ 28th. I ; little doubt but what every lonelist.1ncc
November 11)07!) i is told in European: rt'cor.t0111,1, fall his duty and never failed to prose- i! CONRAD GROCERY CO. I 9l 9

Every garment in the Ladies' Muslin 1 1'nderncar department will < > the following special telegraph dispatch to the I'nited States if the race( took tnte a ease to the best of his ability l

be placed l on sale for one day only at to the Jacksonville TimesI'nion. where charges were made.
place in Florida.CELERY .
Greatly Reduced Prices -- The office of Prosecuting Attorney I (Successor to E. '1'. Conrad & Co.) .| !

New York, May 18-(Special >- will now take on the dignity that is t :
at S.30 a. m., Tuesday, to clean up stock. This is your opportunity [ GROWINGAT
The announcement that the motor due the position and not be the Carry a Full and Complete I
to purchase your supply for the year at a bare iu. : :
parkway would nut be completeduntil laughing stock of the entire county .

The Peck-Hendricks Company. next year and that there was: a DAYTONA. as has been the ease during its cmcuinbenty I : Line of Plain and Fancy :

probability that the annual race 1'1' by J'roS4'C'ulor llninwy. I .
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for the Vanderbilt might' inconsequence
cup A Business Man of This City Demon- I :
......++...+.+.+.+.............+..++... not lie l held arousedmore ATLANTIC COUNTY f : GROCERIESieO '
i. strates the Fact That Celery Can !fI ;
tBond interest and comment among : .
Lumber Company automobilists in this city than has be Successfully drown Here. !I .
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\t ; i : anything else for a long time There[ i is no apparent reason why I : : .

MANUFACTURERS OFLUMBER It is not yet quite certain that the ])aytona should] ) let Sanford or any I : CLOVER HILL BUTTER. .

ROUGH AND DRESSED t race will have to be abandoned even other distric. carry off the prize for The Dill to Create Atlantic County : : : i

PINE AND CYPRESS i i iI if Long Island roads} be not used celery growing whip; the soil and Fails to Pass the Mouse-Decisive I ..

. again to the dangers always conditions ]here are good The Conrad .
owing equally( as ( : Grocery Company : .
Lath Shingles Flooring Ceiling Brick Lime : Vote of 45 to 13 Again it.
I :, prevalent there to spec.tators crowding wl I letter. ..

and Cement in Stock. Office Hallway and and Yards Orange: Fat Atrnuo r'e lIB .: the course and ignoring the. or- Many years ago the writer grew a. The bill to create the County of t F:. T. Conrad A Co's. old stand.Groceries. : ..

I MIM.S-Bond Mill.Atlantic C'oail line .. iiouth of Jat'k IIOD vIII". : I ders of the officials of the ra(..'. small patch of celery in some newly Atlantic from the eastern part fYo- I i :......11111111111...............................NNIII ,..

Kalama.oo on San ford r.ranrb or tb.. F R.(!. Ky. : During a director's meeting flf> chared himmock land 1 and 1 foSf" '- : lusia County met its death, in t the I .M ti

Phone 83 R. J. MALBY, Manager. : the Xew York Motor club Wt tines-I coal years! thereafter celery made its I Legislature at Tallahassee Tuesday, .I.I.1...I.t.I.I.I.I.........t.I.I.............1. ..

:...... ... ............... .... ..... . ............. : day evening, A. R. I'adrington, the appearance every'season from t the : 'by the decisive vote of !I.; against t..1 ..

.. -- general manager of tho motor parkway -|self-sown seed, growing like a weed i 1 1.1:\ for. It had been expected that ..

: fliWiffl.ii.iW.. iin.'hi..i'iilJU.'. 'itiriiilri.YrilNnriirYirrYiilfriirYrYliiliirYiiriiirl+,; was explaining to those present j among tho grass and other J1ati'cI I the bill would pas4 the House[ and ) ? i .r
A. D. HcBRIDB F.N.C'ONRAD J: why the new course; could). not be growl This was ono of the old meet with its strongest opposition in I!! .

President Cashier ;: built in time for the race this year, green varieties and di flic tilt to'. the Senate, and tIll'W"\' decided :,' :. II I

i \\'. .J. Morgan, ,,111)'a'i present,I blanch without banking, but the 'I i majority against it was a great sur-1 i I. Ir Ir I
tried to impress upon Mr( Pari vlf-blanching varieties of today obviate price to the friends. of the bill I .

:: 'Bran-* VolutU County Bank :<::: ton and Mr. Ilatchelder that the ring-I this trouble. A strong lobby had, been main- 'I. r

. EC Capital Stc) k...., _...........u.........................? C0,<$) ).) | ical and safe course for such :Some; of the truckers !here are I, tanned at Tallahassee for several I;::5 That's My Business. ;

1 :.j Personal Liability........................ ............... ]lOO.WH) -=:. as Vanderbilt is found days but the friends of the measure I
, cup race j growing celery in a limit'll:1)' I .
:I- Transacts Oeneral Business. could. not the I. I take pleasure in for order and .
a Banking on the Florida Fast: Coast, the famous every !season for the home market, i overcome opposition I calling your :
I :e s IrmJ cl-lIa.'tona) Beach? course, and until this winter ,and the bill was indifinitely post-i.I : delivering promptly what] you want. My stock : ,--
Paid yet no one
41)er 'ut. Interest Compounded Quarterly on |
( !
: poned. : stork i is always fresh and fine and trade will : ( i
'being available at all times for sucha !seems to have made serious I I your
i Savings Accounts. | race.The. 1 attempt at growing it for shipment The removal of t the. county' eat i I : |he highly appreciated and. well taken care of. : (
i Safety Deposit poxes for Ktnf J suggestion aroused! considerable This winter, however II. S. Maley from DeLand to soim I jioint on the' I 4r I Phone mo. your wants. :. d

{ !!.41 1aAM11M4JR'N'MAtruMf.4rlirlrlrlulrl'uirLM4ts SiSKHi'errrkk4rJ interest and the matter will undoubtedly planted 1 about an acre of golden.) self- East Coast i is not t the slogan of t the I : t

/ ...............1NNNNNN.M.NNNNNNI..1N .1= IK brought to the attention blanching celery in his orange grove. friends of the division movement. s."r. CAUKOLL
of the .nH'rif'anutomlhile ,
nest of town. Mr. Maley was not : .
: WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING and tlw Vandorbilt Musicale and Exhibition.; .
sociation racing board prepared l for the unprecedented ,

t r : getting a l1ahani"llr.n Tank, a new Tin l!
I tried to see W. K. Vanderbilt, past winter but despite that fact hold at the Seabrec/e Opera> ? House,
of the other metal necessities' required to c-omplete a modern i
/. i or.any : i .J r., yesterday, but learned that he lie managed to produce a very nice Thursday. evening May "fit<> and 1 the II :. 'T'elephone'o.19.. .

tin'filing, remember that j had gone south for a few days. crop, and then, having it grown, 11t'-l Daytona Armory, Friday evening, I .....................................................

.. i Mr. Morgan also called njion .J. ban to wonder what 'In- was going to May .'H!, at S p. m. II' ---------

) I C. NASH dl SON I :I IteMont) Th'-inpson, ehairmain of the lo with it. The popular Peninsula (Quartet: -

-1 : I raring Ixxird! of the .\mrrif'alluto- Mr made Sanford from the :State; School for Deaf and I
I DAYTONA. TLA. Maley a trip
I mobile "' ...sudation iu order to interest to look the and Blind under the IItlnagt'mf'nt (.f i S '/
up growth management I Norman S.
: are l Lest prep-m-d I : to give prompt: and reliable service at fair pril"os. i I : chairman' ; in the. proposition. of the crop at (that place and their musical: director !Prof. U. I.. Dayton
I Parks will render
[ an interesting
. fJeneral 1 repair shop on Voluii.i Avenue, next to the Aimury. while there saw some shipments le-I
It i is thought that if tin race could). made program of vocal and instrumental
: i Phone :;S. Out of town work solicited.. $I be ing by express. lie in- music, the -f .
given in Florida in November, piired into tic matter and found it program c-nnsisting! ( LUMBER.
I i.>...+*....+...*.................+.......+..+*.Nt ..*.* arrangementmight be inad to use could(? successfully marketed in : choice selections from the masters, I

l ..4.........i........................................ one of the two tin i nits that can be. that manner, although, it was not interspersed with dramatic readingand Yard, Iagnjliaw'nl\(, and I'I E. (1'" Hallway.! Also
: J. n. G titittSox u D. T.\\1.0I: : had at > equal to shipping in refrigeratorcars. Plans, Estimates and Superintendcn Kcal! Estate office
: The only light to read by i.. the : course with the prol'osf'llan1l loops lie returned and put his : ure will be a blind man reading j .o! South Bead Street.V.. II r.PMO.SDSON, Manager: ,
: at either end\ could) undoubtedly, be from raised print at the rate of :3iOwords !
electric. u the nearest
approach : knowledge into practice and his Diytona.) VI.>rid.i Phones. at' office yard and, residence.
.. : e 1 to t the pure white light f>fclaj made ready, giving a course at the shipments. have: proved very satisfactory per minute .
: *. I 11 Wsn't fli
.. .. the oxygen in the air. The elee- : I miles. thrc-e dollars per crate in the Philadelphia and) novel and I the quartet: is
trio light! Konly one of the many market Mr( i is
: Maley sowell (
Mr Morgan also Miggesls a lialf-! being greeted everywhere by large .
service rrn y niapr!; with the. resultof thisyears ;
t : beach and! a half-raid course, which i pleased .and enthusiastic, :audien t-s. PC
i'urtrll t. Come and let 1\\' show : I experiment that 1 lie, i is planningto .
; : you what i-Iittruilj' will "!'1 for will IK. as follows: I put I in four or five acres next sure and satire jour nscrv.",I !vit City y
: you. : The drivers could cross th) IIt'\.1 season, with the idea of "shipping in in advance I :

.: : Port Orange) bridge,) from the car l lilts.<'
Daytona Electric I Co. :: This .is; .i matter! in \\hid. our < >- S OPEN All THE YEAR
.1 'and !strike\ the )D.ijtona) \: and New 1 i$ Some ;.Newspaper Clixivcv' ;,:: L
: I : ; pie should interest I themselves. If
*:;" \ 'Smvrna: ,shill road proceedingj 1 F Ion I RobtrtvHi. who
: 'f40 2.:>2 :Jxiuth I each Street : celery growing lus rcjuv'Lnated a c-ity >om. .\" .1-iac

........ ... .. :: j through }Iavton.i.) down the river like Sanford, whi< h was; practically n ...I.I'o) the f 'r'rt'tit :al I.ivOik. ". I in n
..............4.................. + Table Board.
road and cross the I Ihbfix river put out of business. by| the .li tnll'- : hap, 1"lrd"I"C'O'l th.. 1'1'.11.. .,
.................................................:: i bridge at' nnoiul I tion of her orange groves and ma- linen it
.; t. ( Cove Springs Tit I (1..1\i|"M ill"i
Eslabllshed 21'reeve. Our PrJ'p are Rlght-Machlnerr the r.o't. :: ; This would give about a llVinileloop tion of St. Johns Diver: traffic it can been changed to ''
a 'I'ld' I'r
be of( inestimable benefit to Davtona
; i. : '" Stationery and ::l!< and as the river road. has been in serving as a backing to the 'tour inuth improved under hisRi...i.'i.t GEO. H. MATTHEWS

: C. :\; :i iC...: Portable Engines :::j much improved 1 and I could l 1)e widened ist business which is an uncertain mangement. PROPRIETOR.
L ..Y.--w. : :: in places so as to permit cars! crop of shout duration. The dollars .
and Boilers
F j :: to pass each other, this; would give brought into the section by a crop '"......-'' '!'!'!-'.-"! !.' !.t'5'-!'!'! J-' J'Jf- -- -
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SAW MILLS. THRESHERS. ::: of this kind would be a great helpto The Mulberry Times is a new pa-
half-road and lialf-beacli
;. GRIST HILL5. SHINGLE: a course of (
.! a : ACHINES and all kind ofHacbintry : the business men in tiding over per at Mulberry r in P<,lk County It I{ i :'Y""l
of the Florida The Seaside Inn.
The in
,1 and till Supplies. : race -i I the long, dull summer incident to a is edited by John i 15! Howe, and
: I would the Am- tourist resort
undoubtedly !save purely .
: Write today for our complete catalogue.Ve can save you monev 4 from its
judging typographical: '
:. Complete line carried in toekddress all letters to :: erican Automobile Association A i III ,- At Ormond several parties; this appearance 'n:1! ( :J\rUKK/K: : : : :. IL\? ctr1UlLL.I'.u.' ,

41 South F'outh trHt. : I (0)! w I the of season planted crop of celery fur is printed at the Courier- I, .. .. .. y
: MALSBY COMPANY, ATLANTA OEORUIA. ) or more as great expense the northern market and over two i I Informant office at n.ntoIt is a N.I \ "|i.'t. ;sir tin .L* :'in' I Isu; M;'T un.j..t th> lann;.. 4lIt.1f tinw'n r 5 I

..... ......................................ei ........: 1 oiling the. course, building fence, thousand crates of the"l'gebble clean, newsy! sheet and. should]. Lave ; HORACE F. STEWART. | .
policing and! other numerous have been from that place. .
0 i \\X\-! !(!(!Y.! !,.\!' i expenses shipped : the hearty support of tlt,.. I business; .. ., .
much I II..n'Ill.) (\Ill 1 tirv ltja;1 .j.} i 1 n.tfu.i: ;.I Ik'a. li TI..loutt.j Im< l Tli In J?:
makes the Island The pleased
f that Long rue people are very
with the results and men of Mulberry. ;: sill u- npH.| ;nttii'-nt' nitii !all(", Si,'rj 1.1"a.*a.lltorCItJm*, \ rli..iliiic( :'y:
are preparingto
i, REAL so expensive not saying anything; > .. ... .. .
, J.C.BUTLER increase the next seaon.The ; tl. iff.II amt I ; )" 1' K-armg "ano oral I I" '.knrnr
i about the danger and risk the acreage i
I promoters
II ESTATE. soil at Sanford is said tovery
bee :Stuart; in-1.; Luck also
take in holding same. County
/: I Cottages For Sale or Rent. Phone 234f f Scial| trains could be run to the crop ordinary is made character by: sub-irngntion and i I has a new paper a copy of which ::1| Surf Bathing is Unexcelled. i

: DAYTONA BEACH. | and and the liberal r.f fertilizer La not reached this Alice .. .. .
FLORID.i'i Florida Eat Coast it a: quite' use : vet I.'l' 1't'Jt'!':es'.Lts'Ss'/.c '..s>!'IS' !.. .'.t't'L'il'la'a'l'sWivats'a'a
i tt'i>$lV \U u' ulv.vy ri.ey
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DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS HIGH SCHOOL INK I I SOME ... ... ;;... ;;........................ ....... .



T. E. FIT CBRALD, Editor I Young's ,

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THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY Exercises Held at the Baptist Church East Coast Section Being Built up Extracted From GARTH B. YOUNG Proprietor. .

( INCORPORATED ) Last Evea1a .-A Class of Seven by Advertising. The Local I for Volusla .\t tIlt iek bedside the doctor, nurse and patient all feel) relieved! If

Girls and Three Boys. Papers Are a Great Help. I I I they knew the medicine' was of the highest and purest qualityand ';.

Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Clan Matter. ous romioundj.1 correctly Our patron get exactly this. Our motto UI .
Such a commencement was never The Times-Union a recent? date I I DeLand, FU, [

1 witnessed before in Daytona. We in speaking of the benefits of adver transfers of pro I "THE REST IS NONE TOO 000.0." '

.. % SUBSCRIPTION RATES. have always bad the sweet girl grad tising has the following to say concerning I I tons have been I t I : '
1 (I'hone 18.
One cop one year_.__. _.........$1JM' 0) uates and sometimes the brave boys, what has been done at this the Clerk of the i Dung ar Pharmacv South :
One copy aix months._ ___ ___..___ ....... .75 Land recently: 22i3' South Beach Street Opp. end Bridge. S
......__..._._....... .._ ........__.... ......... but never before such a large class place along that line:
One copy three months __ .40 Sarah }1c1-'. i ..... .................. ...... .... .... .. .. ......
of students with much evidenceof "The citizens
so progressive along
r ADVERTISING RATES. drews $700, part ,
... r0. the careful training to which the I the East Coast )believe in ..enlvcrtisy C. Holly Hill.

DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENT have been subjected, and who without i ink the beauties and advantage of James Hi to : (
,. Kal: |per inch per insertion to regular advertisers.--.... .............................1U cents
Rate per inch per Insertion for less than three months............... ..-............13 cents a single exception bear the un- their Motion' and I they Io tit) constantly ',I part lot'blixk .J 1>>
Rate per inch per insertion for single insertion.. __.........._....... ..30 cents mistakeable evidence of the success and with good judgment, and west 100 ft. .

READING NOTICES OR LOCALS. in life that lies before them. The holding that experience proves the Hcdgeman's Daj J fs Norman S. Dayton .

Rate per line, each insertion. ___. _____..._...........<10 cents I east } of lot 3, !
class consisted of seven girls and money so spent, is a good invest! Daytona. j
three boys, the largest class: to graduate ment. The people of Daytona, Sea- Bessie R. Burns I
All club, society organization, lodge and church notices, other than religious I
services, 5 cent per line. Cards of thanks 50 cents each. Resolutions, 5 cent in Daytona since the High breee and Daytona Peach have helda $3000, part lot I, : .j Plans Estimates
per line. Legal advertising at.leeal rates. Daytona. j t ,
School organized. business meeting and contracted 1 I
single charge for display advertising of any kind less: than :r. soot+. The Commencement, coming as it i ih for such work in ac.characteristic lein$300, lot s, bl : : Superintendence
Good position given every advertisement An extra'Iartl'-f a ,*r.ts f r r u>.< dii I nn the eve of our publication play of pllbJic- .)-horse-sense. tons ,
Will be made for ads with specified positions. No Fperial 1 potion ee.n; UII ad!* I
leas than five Inches. lav'', prevents' an extended account that means business and will get M. L. l-amlidiii I Lumber Yard, Magnolia Avenue ad F.1: E. (*. I'a'iv.t1'eal :: /.

No advertisements accepted for the first! parr. .. of the exercise!' and can only briefly what it want We all know what $100, part block 3 I II'bOf'he Estate ores, 202 South Beach JI.f":, V II. ED-
Extra charge made on display advertisements rrintamins: all *" rte .i u.ot r W. P.
.' than 30 words to the inch. st:it- that the program as publishedl other portions of the roast do] along] Mellor 110. part of MONDSOX) Manager, Daytona, Fla. 1'huues at office yard

AH bills payable on the first of each month. l l >\\ \\,.s carried' nut successfully the same lines. tona. : amt I resilience.}

-- a-id, Brit each participant acquitted "Now the editors'of other sections' Oliver W. [ I

SATURDAY. MAY 25, 1907. themselves with honor. The class were lately 'amazed at the movement 175, part lot I, ,
.-H -.-- aMn-ss-by' '. Rev Wilder was a ton L I .
and observable the last
progress on ..' 11Pawr \\illl.llt Irate lentil Juiv,'. In Ilie I |tel ling one, full of appropriate illustrations Adelaide : i' -
Coast. Is it that t
j not possible something
$1 1.00, west }lor lot :
eanlifne Jar will Iw JiKMtnl on (Kt-an
.: SEABREEZE and : jiilrvard, gn" t ,.( Mri. l.'ankm.Mr :: t setting forth the true im- is due to this same work of ads Weaver to ) : !I ] I"n'I"1'1" .i

P I Itmduk! /s1** tu I rul.iy p ,ntjiiceof education. \ertis'rag attractions? These editors lots 16 and 17, LI

i DAYTONA BEACH : to witness the graduating csircisfs: at' 'I'he Class of 100"!) consisted of claimed that the advantages were in Daytona:__ '

Stetson Utiivernty, at which} lime Miss t the following: not those in their San Mateo
superior to sections ,
.......................... J Grace BurlidiII receive her loina Anna RoMna: Ditnian, To ] I i Cigars .
-may it not }be that the East
Seabreeze, May 22-The municipal from the bif-ine s df'JllLr'' I of tin'suniversity. Martha Amy Seng>tak, Daily through. }
election took place yesterday at the Lillian Bingham, Coast )lxoms because strangers are ing car leaves :

City Hall. The official ticket was elected Eva Russell Jackson, not 'shown' the corresponding advantages m., via Atlantic

.. as follows Mayor-C. A. Ballough: ; Aldermen Myra[ Elizabeth Bingham, of these sections which do at Augusta the : Have Made
.. -D. D. Beekman, S. E. Gilmore, Daytona Beach, May: 22-W. F. Pricilla Mitchell Seelye, t I not advance and develop so rapidly? For Pullman & s $

t;. Chas. T'. Burgman; Clerk and Assessor! Knight i is making considerable improvement Mildred Celina Drowning, Coast Line agents
on his place, other new "Think of it and] remember that Boyleston, jj!>
among ,
Collector-J. W. Williams Harry Eugene Johnson,
t H. C. Buckland; Atlantis t't.a.t !. A ofTheir
< ; Treasurer B. Crocker; ,Marshal Features a sidewalk is to be laid. Arthur M. Stewart, the first step in this direction takes da. : Reputation

W. A. Aman and littledaughter.Aline Charles Hewett Edmondwn. the of the local .
-Harry Wilson. An anonymous (: shape supporting{ -

I' dodger prejudicial to one of the candidates Dare gone to Palatla and }Hastings on s The proccramVaR as follows: papers, which do the, work as wellas .
short visit.Capt. 0. S.
had its effect on the voters. The Own.
1. Invocation. their permit-it is for the- .
: II. G. Brigham is very ill at his
ways of the politician are more mysteri
Qua than the ways of providence, andthe home on Mitchell street.! His many 2. How History is Unearthed, community to supply the means." !

is X the unknown friends hope for a speedy improvement Anna R. Ditman.
+> always in his condition. i i --- -- -- I Orders Taken The success of the San Mateo Cigar is one of .b
quantity. 3. Women in Literature, I
,r t Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wagner and two Sirs John Selby and her mother, Mrs. I Pricilla SI[. Sfoel)e. I I I Port Orange. the greatest industrial triumphs of the East Coast
i children are expected to arrive here Vanderholt, who have been at the White Cleaning, Prt> I -
House for many weeks, expect: to leave 4. Growth of Newspapers, for since i the free/e. I
f Repairing
; from Sanford Saturday, and will spend Port Orange, May :23-Mr. Robinson,
the latter of the weekfor their Harry I Johnson.r. !
I- a couple of weeks on the beach. part representing the Ludden .\: Hates music i tlemen. no 4

<: John Dorsett leaves today for Doug borne in New Jersey. : Mu ic. I Louse of Jacksonville, i is a guest ">f deliver ) Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula ,
lasville, Ga., his old home, where he will 1 Mr. and Mr*. Dougherty have moved fie The Power of :Superstition.Lillian. I I Hardeman[ House[ Ihl'I I I of Florida and the Island] of Cuba can prodnre.Smd wrapped ;
i into their Lone Bay hotel. The (
spend' the summer. 1 I J. J. Yinrant: tlif, jiopuUr .. .lfaql' ,
Itingliam. with the rich leaf East
has been silky nn Coast; plantations
place improved externally and grown ,
R. T. Butler leaves the latter part of treasurer, spent part of last Gook with -
t the week for Ocala, where he has business internally by painting and papering. ;. Queen for a Year, Mr. Weils and family. I I the cigar industry of the world has! never produml' } liettergoodi.) .t {
Mrs. M. Gilbert and here G. A. K I s
daughter are Mildred 0. It'uwning.:
interests. He spend some time from Miami F. O. Spark man hay a number of For sale) !I.y all the leading hotels and clulis."tud by tho Union
and have taken
rooms at I(I
in Warren, Arkansas! visiting with hiM 8. Defense) of Literature, teams shelling the X.w'myrna: and'I I
the house.,4.1'andevord : Physician Company' on train Florida. "
; every
sister, before ,going to Cincinnati for the Martha Amy Seng: "tak. !i I Port Orange road. j jI i .
summer. is making considerable I. O. Gesner left Wednesday for (C'in-I 1139: S. |Itidgewoxrrl{i I Twenty sixex styles and grades to select f !
!9. Hamilton corn.
improvement in his home Palmetto ,
.. Harry Williams on a business trip to place on Charles! llrvvett[ Edmondson. II I cinnati, where he will) Mop[>> some limp I!| Offiee (Hours I ::3f). : : (I:: j"
the southern of the State stopped avenue.C. :, l efore going to Illinois. '
part D\\ TO FLORID.'J"I
r here to visit his mother for a few days, Il. Willson, during his leisure moments 10. Music. 1 1II. 1 i Thos. Smith is i building a 'line United.+ I'i I' .-- -- I mi} S,1LttiY: ALL DKALERS.Manufartuml f;

l : the latter part of last week. has done !some handsome woodcarving Class History and Prophecy, j j t i The ladies of the M. II: church! M-rve 1 I DR. W. I ) I\J! : J
To in the wood work in the interiorof I
I" Rev. Bernard Bryan and wife, of Eva Russell Jackson ''ice cream and take every Saturday at .
t ronto, who have spent the past two his attractive home on Seabreeze &\"- ;I|I the postoflice m aid "f the building fund! S. W. ROWLEY, SAN RATIO !
Ks months here, leave today for St. Augustine 12 AQiiiikTurn, Ior their' church. I IHr. ;

t Detroit, and other interveniiigpoints enue.Mrs.. V. C. Grant and baby are in 1 M.[ Elizalrf-tli Kinghaiu. Dullofc went to Jacksonville Monday I
t- 11ul .. .... .. .
of '}
interest home. Jacksonville .
enroute on a visit to her mother. I 13 The American Navy, of last week returning Wednesday.Sam less

: Last Sabbath, by invitation of Rector Mrs. Kirk and little son, John Harmon Arthur )1. Htf'\\'art. Martin of Martin *: Bellamy, t /flt.r; i-or lli.| )> l I i a
? t t Wilder, Mr. Bryan enjoyed an automobile bought the launch Illinois of Mr.[ Don-
leave next Tuesday for Elmore :
14. CU s Address, I'W t :
f f trip to New Smyrna, and assisted Ohio, where they will spend two months lieu II. A. Wilder. dinville I -- '- Niagara Hydraulic Engine < f:) ,
: in the Episcopal Church service'\ held visiting Sera Kirk's mother. Mrs.R. 10'. Johnson's mother, and Bis 11, i iI
;. there in the afternoon. 15. Presentation of Diplomas: err are her guests. I C. C. will deliver water in'nbundanre to points wilhin a' I

t t Mr. and Mrs. R. Waterson, prominent i'cers The came Epworth off last League&:Thursday election evening of offs 10. Music, Amtricautli..l'I'. I S. It. Wilson, our genial county ascotson I Physician mile of the source. It requires absolutely no attention

": people of Toronto, Canada, have I was in town Tuesday attending t 0 -not even Oiling--and will last for
with the result I years
purchased the Dyer-McCullum cottage following : President A. 17. Benediction. the d'ltif'l of lii" ,,1Jj(.... II Office over the .\t\\' !, Write for Catalo,iP. J.
I Vandevord first vice --- :
!; ; president-Miss I JOSEPH OSBORNE
; on North Valley street, and are planning street, (Itl'ruNA, 5B ,
\. considerable Ethel Strother; second vice president I' Board of Trade Wakes Up. I I -- I Ii Phone Sri. P. O. box 2:;. DAYTONA FLA. -
improvements to be made i ii
la Miss Maude Strother; third vice presi 1 I I i i .. ,. ,
before another season. They are cordially An interesting! ; meelinft of I the :!i

r.' r welcomed to the community. dent--MLss Mrs.[ Mary Dryer Allen; secretary; fourth and vice treasurer president Daytona Board of Trade was held d Holly tlill.i i! I li i **************.. *..*..*...-.-.-.-.-.-.- -........ ..........................:.........ww.. ....._........_._ .. .. .. f
r Mrs. G. :
E. L. Johnson will to Detandthe DBS.
go Miss at the Hall afternoon i
Grace City
Smith. Monday ;
'. ; latter part of the week on a visit to 1 I,i Holly Hill, May :2.1-K. I':. 1)1and i j I' .
f her sister, Mrs. Kurtz. A pleasant neighborhood event las! with fifteei. members! present. i{I ThO!!. Wetherell made a trip to J af Physicians : QEO. P. JOHNSON -
Q week was the surprise given )[rs.Branch : A communication from the :S i ville Mr :
Mr. Middleton, Sr., was i in St. Augustine < 1 Monday. Lyle pnn- : l Ilr. \t n,"s1+ iidice, :
f. t. visiting his brother the latter part on her birthday, May lath. The follow : Augustine Board of Trade relative I II Shetland [xmy and runabout and 1.5"-1 f : .
I Itr.I ItawlinK otfi..* : CONTRACTOR
tag participants made the AND
1 of last week. occasion asocial to.bold ing a picnic on the (kinks of f them expressed to Daytona. At -. BUILDER, r t
r The Ladies' Circle had a very pleasant success: Mr. and Mrs.[ Willsnn, I I tona they harnessed the xmy[ to the, :
..' afternoon at the home of Mrs.Godsmark Mr. and Mrs. Mills, MM. Bishop and I I the new canal l etween St. Augustine vehicle and drove home. :: DR. (DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA.

last Wednesday. The usual order of daughter, }[rs. Hibbard and guests, V r. and Daytona was road and after At a caucus held at the town ball:; 3

sewing proceeded until the social hour, and Miss Parish. Music[ was enjoyed : a lengthy discussion a Nmmmiupeconsi TursrlaynightlhefollpAingnominatiunse : I j : Estimates Furnished on Short Notice.

when delicious rake and fruit punch and ice cream and cake were served. :I I tin of 11t"> sfi. W. M. Moon were made for the) town officers: Mayor I I Offire: Suite I, : i'

: were served. Mrs. Branch was presented with two G. II. Clark and Gen.: F. Smith were -Wm. Wetherell, Sr., and E. A. Kieh- I
i Rev. M. D. Herrick expects to leave handsome hand-painted rake platet.Mrs. ". ants; for councilmen. H. Carter and I
coon for Seattle, Wash., where he will Boyd Shoemaker and daughter, !I appointed to act with a committee' :. T. Cay, Sr.; for marshal andolleetor 11 J u. t I i All work done in a strictly first-class manner
i Flotilla of the St. Augustine Hoard to complete -Thos. Wetherell and H. H Harden {
spend the summer visiting his daughter. went to DeLand yesterday on : i ; I IE. L. i

W. Gustus and Paul Weaver, two a week's visit to Mr. Shoemaker, who' the details for the proper rd>]tservance fur assessor, l treasurer and <....rk-C.' S I i j| I t..YSttYrarttarxYtYttreYiat/it1a.****r+rR*trrtttta.trmt,
young men of Sanford, will arrive here has secured work there for the summet r. I of the occasion .,: Harris There Is no opposition( m the !!
I. II ) '
the latter part of the week on a News of the death of Mrs.( Hunter, '! The hoard decided tt) ask I the 1 I II I run for councilmen as' there are two to ; MMfia| TNI
night's vacation. who spent the winter in the Branch mttge Mr. to arrange plans for a systematic ]!! II. Carter succeeds': himself und T. 11.1 j ji 10'ENT".t4H..tJ..U.RPAT .-
Mrs. C.C. Gillett and Mr. and at this place, came as quite a 'hock Itmerand rf' : ': BICYCL>Va'raKEB.ada5TIDaIZeata
Mrs. Rh'enburlleaye today for Carbondale to many of her personal friends. 1'h II sprinkling of the streets i in i I j I Cave, :Sr., will fill the pl.ioe "f (.. A' corner l'atmetto T sap outer massfact ttf.,dealer.1M Hasid .

Pa. Later they will spend most of remains were taken to her home at Lew rrho business portion of the city. Parker, retiring. It was: a well attended .. : NOT BUr A BlCr CLIt :,-=
the summer in Mansfield and Clifford, iston. Maine, for interment.Mr. Messrs. S. H. Gove, G. II. Clark I II and very harmonious meeting, and the, haac l .A !Stfumrt' toc-i ee1 iUutntiDtr" li..f fnau and ntU desert,. bYe fteel.ed eu eoIIIplete I... ,j_
: .
their home towns. business was speedily patrhed. I, ; IH,old peter.a aDd latest teodelt sad of 1I q n.utahk ;
and Mrs. T. Carter are rejoiring and Ceo F. Smith were appointeda &lCU and..... Inn of" :
Mrs. Wm. R. Davis: and family, who over the arrival of a baby girl in their committee to petition the postofficedepartment ( I; Among the visitors this week were lr.1 j! HTE\\; .U direct tier to rider wick ao mlddlewmeeaa' pin t b1e bJ ItlUq frua Gal4'WE '
and) Mrs. .
C. 11
=t have been guests of Mrs. Rankin for thepast family, weight 5J! pounds, born May 13.; for modern !: Ra nor, IIf Datonal: t I I &Uow 10 ta.ra 1e'APPROVAL.. Trial and ruhwf mat a urt LIMloI'aJ&MI'NIIM-
six a postofTice( Beach; Mrs.11'. n. Wilder, Mt* PannifjCoe Doan is the world win der Yo. other I ibcral term, whisk N.r1e .
leave today for Jamestown Miss Maude LA \\ Ibis tlformatios win(ears e.eryteia sad sek ale
Strother who lei
has had 1 by
building for Daytona. j Mrs.[ Ceo. II. Clark, Mr I II T. We aimply writing to a postal.
enroute to their
home in DeetS.
Myers- Rider ,
charge of the school at Coronado Bran, Conrad and Dr. <....,. &0 make A"." is'my Iowa end eta ofer.a .pportlalt
I Walton.f Offi.
dale, N. H. is Commencing with June -I the !I Iraq 1 expected to arrive home Monday .
j .
Mrs. F. W. Jones, of Williamsv,111.I Mrs. Celeste Hinks and daughter: Miss board will hold regular: meetings: at, I j j C. H. Nmonds of Jacksonville! wa in Branch om.. over I $8.50 PUNOTURE-PROOF TIRES O.N il-

is the guest of Mrs. Waterson, during Bowers, will leave the City Hall on the first and third' '! t era' Ar/o0.
I Saturday for Gain s- i town, Tuesday. )(rs. M'monds, hat ing D. ./
her husband's absence on the Pacific vine to attend Tuesdays) of each month 7 t! D. AND C. per patr. ,
the commencement e: at p. m. i but recently returned l from a visit with Intl'OlIiJoa ..
: roast.) i ercises at the Gainesville University I __ _ relatives here. did] not areomnanv him : CIVIL WIll Sell $480

A party consisting of Mrs. Vat ersoa, I )Ir. and Mrs.! Coates have returned I G. W. Carter and family arrived 1 t j i but went to Starke to ,t-ee. Dr. 'mi l Mrs.J. I 1 e a m l. ,

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan and Mr. Butler I from a brief hit with friends and! relatives from Ft. Lauderdale Tuesday afternoon I M. Jones. j Offi('f''i'I''I, [ (CAIN COP 1MITN Ollly olin" seas .
was sauntering along the beach one afternoon at Satsuma Heights.: I Mrs. E. G. Meikel and daughter, Elizabeth MORE TROUBLE FROM
this week, when attracted by a and are again at their home at and Miss Aimee Mann returned t o Daytona Office ; ,I i of IS Jears e Tptxience tire

hissing sound, Mrs. Waterson espied a i John T. Hammond) I the western approach to the Xorth l Seabrook :Sunday;; afternoon, after a --- : No
president of I PINS,tefMSafiSE
diamond-back rattlesnake. The party I I Bridge. Mr. Carter went to Ft. short visit with Mrs. !H A. Carter.Slrs..4,1' Volusia x.utltLttu te.hwd
succeeded in killing it and tempted by the New Smyrna hank was a Daytona I Lauderdale last ; Putten I i punc intentional knife CUts, can ?A? 1 qa
October to j spent TUl'sflayith : tied like at. ts enM'
the beauty of the skin, his snakes hP; visitor Thursday, driving to I in the engage .1 friends at Seabreeze.' r Investment Hundred UOUSIJI'say other tire to pr..tat N.aatlap. to
of Pain ..
growing tomatot"anll lOW fa
was divested of his which Mrs.Watcraon Ormond reports 'i .fist acbral USL QYe f tic. wua ..UaA ara..a.s4WT
in !
covering, the afternoon. Jack }'rombf'rger'isitf'd Mr.( and Sirs surance I Tltouulul pin fold Jut JtU. *UlrlG 0
carried home and a very successful<: season, although 'J A..bY RWUQ
by a preparation j A. \ Putten Wednesday. Mr. From f/OM. lla4e Ie aU arm
of alum twice .. Titles a special quality of rabbet, sew hl.4 nay tidlag. dllrable aM 1fre1.V
completed job of once or the outl ok wkich nry
a has bccoa
j I berger been
I Low Tides for stay living in Georgia for :;: allowtag the air .. Drove la4 whisk clOHs ap 1III&1J... ..
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which the most skilled taxidermist A. M. I' }I. was very unfavorable. During the, some time, but will return to this State, Bi.nT n.tI. tire taepusers.t: ="pJ".e, =.:::..O! letters!:: san.ald rlom Yut6elr/n.

might be proud. The skin is oft and May IS) ?......... ............... j:07 3:05 storm last fall the high water cov- having secured a position at Gilberts 1'resid.nt i I' roads'abncoa iI tna4. That"HOk1'D qaaJtiq tenet; "beiac IIMIMII gives' byea rThrywt Jllla,
smooth Ot'ftaIIae common:,teaaheatrdeeae: '
as satin.
...... erect! his place and) very lunch delayed l Bar. Mrs. Promberger remain in i Ah-trat> riirnM, ...I b1 oat betwe 'titre trd tthheerroad hna 9f..e"tread ucti 1I r"O'taIlIUIII' tea V
; The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 19..w ) 7O1 planting and) in Georgia for the summer, joining her hu-;- Slaps, Plate amt r 14-110 pap.trbattm.d.ertign per pair. All orden t o::::: :: : 'ft'a11 e Rcarprxtatat r peast."
lesser will be much pleased to kn : 8:07 again January band at Gilberts; Bar in the fall 11eto r Oprwmite) ( ( I do anvil Joe Wvt Chi Ulau.ed ume dery and letter iI rtcrlyeT'e .J; :p to.D. w ei1'

; that they have become property holders May 22................._....... 8.:'-:; J:06 Mr. Carter had to cover his crop I health has not l>een Iflf(1: l and they have DrLAM), lI-w T:=or: ( found them llnetl pr ,'IS.r'prnn'r)it1Mt

here. )Ir. Hesser has recently purchased May 23.-... .................... 9:40: 10:12 save: it from the severe cold of the K>t one of their hildren since moving ('. Ga brue clostrl haD4 10 pam be use,1114 is two S.-PI01Imet&1 enctote this paftctare$dvmIaemetL closer 011 We lull wJ a!:drn send ttkaerr oat r

I of Mrs. Stevens what is known as the May 24....................._.10:33 11 -00( first week of that month. Condi to Georgia.Mrs. \RY D. J.
McGriff cottage on Valley street, and May 25;_._............. ......1155: ..<...... tions, however, improved and prices [ Edwin Peterson and )Irs. B.III'a- LANDIS I I .k yip tatiy..or Frri.lht'"rut flossy or tile neat to u b satisfactory u sate .ol':.ern a r+.!.:tI ask.. err
tires, editor
will make sundry improvements in the May 26......_..................12OI I.:!:15 holding up until late, enabled} 1 the noel- left Sunday for Knoiville. Tenn., I \Will 7Cba"nn"MttOl'6a4-tbat the y win ride t aaKtrnn of thil rUlu.papes &_1oct"tar tel ttr.l&.c U roe order :.r;

place before next season. Mrs. Hesser May 27.........,...............12l l I I01: where thl'Ytill spend the summer.B. when at ye. wsat l a ataayprict. w. k.ow Iha',"... lratonca...,
has pent her winters here, with a y'ear'* I May 28.... ..................... J:4i: 1::.0) truckers to do well with their crops Ht-acoik has secured the ue of the '.a$race.keace tkb r'. abb1e gee..otter..1C1t1rorder. We 'Illt Yb' 10 seed U a t

( ... exception perhaps, since Mr. and Mrs. May 29...... ,... ............... 2 JO a.39 Mr. Carter will probably go south Daj tona avenue frontage of W. II. EdmonI.n's I Court PranHnc rtl, in,,r all c I ; 1 charted Tme by deafen 6'Uil"pr., ntTJ1hlDI&-_, wh..l.i .rr aa4t1J.hat.. JlMal..rt parU..pdrep at Eau::.f ,

Post first located here. Mr. lit seer May 30._.........<............ 3.23 3:33: again next fall if he tan secure( a location II property ar.d will move his .rartflllatt..ntlon. MOT WAw h4 repaii e'IDea. Wnle lotto hir ctseL:: D K Y ..'
leaves for Cincinnati tod y, but Mrs. May 31_ __ 4.15 4.25 poultry outfit; from it3 present louHvn i i invrsttgatinq and I aremakiet psi .vs pair a postal 01 Uru todlJ.from 'DO.Jolle our..ul TUUi cwt qt or '" f
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......(................MM Miss Fannie !Ray left Monday for The Peck-Hendricks Companywill Miss F A. Russell left Thursday r!

| the North. hold a muslin underwear sale for Syracuse, N.'t'. '
Local Paragraphs.

Tax Assessor S. II. Wilson was in on May 23. See their ad. in today's: Dr. T. F. Everden of :................MltMIt" paper. no respecterof
the city Tuesday.Rev. I was in the city Thursday.

Don't forget that we close June Mr. and Mrs. Edward Yelvington
G. M. Wallace of .
Dana Sherrell and wife left II Mayor ,
10th and open July 22nd with new departed Wednesday for DeLand,
for Ill. was a Daytona visitor yesterday.
Monday morning Hoopeston ,
goods and new prices. We hope to where they will in the future make I stomachsNo

see you all then.L. Mr.[ and Mrs. F. G. Godard left their home.H .. i W. M. Hankins joined Mrs. Han- '!

H. ROWE & Co. The Jewelers.C. ; Wednesday for a week's visit to : kins at Bartow last Sunday for a I i
G. Hunnewell agent for S. M. i week' \is't; with rf-htivvs and :

S. Hall, of Palatka. spent Sunday Tampa. I'I'l Hill Johnson Grass Hay. Postoffice I! friends.A one cm this green earth can eat nourishing and healthful qualities of

in Daytona.Miss I I l Dr. F. II. Houghtou Suite 4, Daytona telephone 22.. !j-! : t I lard-soaked food day after day and not Cottolene. Even pie, that nightmare pf
Opera House block, telephone 32. tf J I l"f'ment"alk has been laid) this
May Milburn of Port Orange, I Mr. and Mrs.[ feel its ill You becomes easily digestible when
H. Schmidt
I A. and I I II i week i-t front of the T. .F. Curtis i effects eventually. may dyspeptics,

was a Daytona visitor Monday.Mr. I I Miles Revels made a trip barrels to Du-for!,I Mibs Mina Pollit left Tuesday hull i I I 1'. M. Chrihty |-iv-riy| on have one of those iron-clad stomachs made with Cottolene. How many people

and Mrs. L. Adler left Tuesday jwnt Tuesday to secure morning for Urouklyn, N. Y, whore ;;. IVaih .l:rect. which will prove unsusceptible for a time, can eat lard-laden pie?
shipping his potatoc rn> i iI
morning for Louisville, Ky. they will spend,! the Minimrr.Kcv. but the and its Ask for a pail of
I I i I Miv I Ell.. WilUmnc, who fortune hog-fat accompanyingindigestibility your regular grocer

\ Miss Loom Abcrcrumbic left on friends I Ell Port LindU-rg isiiting and New ::, H l>. (;Gibbons: justor of the i iI i time (test: has been acting in the capacity will do its work sooner or Cottolene and start tomorrow on the way
Monday for a short visit with friends Orange First lljpli&l Church, has, IX'l'lIlluitc i iI l I of of the insure both
II Smyrna. She will return in about)!I organist: Congregational later. It is an absolute fact that lard- "lardless cookery. It will t
at Palatka. I ill for the past two weeks. He is i iI church has the i jhon.
I ( resigned posi- better food
two weeks. I I some better at but far from simply hog-fat-is indigestible, and that for yourself and your family ,

Another shipment Nunnally's : Mrs. M.[ R. Starr, who owns a i I well. present i it is not fit for the human stomach. better digestion and better healthlCottolene :

chocolates.] HAXKIVS The Druggist.Mr. A to W. M. Hankins, and
winter residence at Daytona Beach": telegram/: Cotlolene, on the other hand, is made shortens your food

and Mrs. C. M. Christy and departttl Tuesday for Burlington, the The east city side Las of Lad First l a street drain from laid Vousia on- i I from St. afternoon Augu/: <*tin stated nH-mtil) WI'II-I from pure; refined cotton seed oil-a lengthens your life.

summer family left home in Thursday St. Louis.for their Iowa to spend the summer. avenue north to the canal, I nesday would.. impossible, f.r the St. Augustine product of nature which is thoroughly Try it according to directions for a i

t Another shipment Nunnally's which will l ht' tlf great lwfit to :I ball team: lo play IIt> palatable, digestible and healthful No few weeks and you'll

C. Pi. Simonds, of Jacksonville: chocolates. Hivuvs, the Druggist.Mrs. that section. !I Thursday} afternoon as had Ix-cn : rt'j other shortening contains the digestible, never go back to lard. .
visited his mother and brother on i
M. A. Rodgers and familyare For Sale-Encyclopedia IJritanica I nounced.
Orange avenue the forepart of the. I
week. I now occupying their recently" _q..) volumes I cheap.] Enquire at I Mrs. W. F. (Jille. and daughter
COTTOLENE was granted a GRAND PRIZE (highest )
1 completed residence at the corner of this i office. i and Mrs.I Osa Crenshaw and daughter -
possible award) over all other cooking fats at the ;
Mrs E. V. Pinkerton of Ormond, I
Orange and Palmetto avenues.Hr. W. P. Weston and wife, who have I went to DeLand Thnis lay to recent Louisiana Purchase Exposition and food cooked '
was in the city Monday and made a
and Mrs. W. W. Kenyon, who spent the winter at their home on attend the commencement' exercises i with COTTOLENE another GRAND PRIZE. t
pleasant call at the GazetteNewsoffice.
are stopping at the City Hotel, drove I Valley street Seabree/e, left for!. at Stetuon Timers'ity. They will ;, "Horn Help" a took of 300 choice recipes edited s
over to DeLand the forepart of the : their summer }home: at Ontario I remain alumt a week visiting friends'': ty address Mr. Rortr The N.i* K.your Fairbank for a 2 Company cent stamp Chicago., if yon

sFor first class work-Daytona week on a visit to A. H. Woodall I. Ohio, Tuesday afternoon. at DeLnnd) and Orange City fG
Steam Laundry, phone 8. tf r A NEW FEATURE-Th patent ur-tight top on this pail U for
and family of that place. The Dude County dhjxion went,I . W ra "'s daughter, Mrs I .1. K'1 J' the purpose of keeping COTTOLENE clean, fresh and wholesome
Miss E. M. Winter who has l been it alto prevents it from absorbing all disagreeable odors of the
Emancipation Day whit h occurred i tho same way the Yoliiaii County Nicholson and her -danghtcr Missj i grocery such as fish, oil. etc. yNature's

visiting Miss Florence Feaster left last Monday was celebrated by manyof till did in the house. The volt to Nora uf Orlando, amu-d in the city i.

last Saturday for her home in Phil the colored citizens of Daytona by indefinitely postpone) carried l Iy a Wednesday afternoon. Mrs l :Nicholson I-I
Gift from the South
adelphia.Mrs. an excursion on the steamer Cherokee vote of 10 to 20) on Wednesday.Miss returned to Orlando xrsterday j Sunny

T. K. Fitzgerald is visiting to New Smyrna and) the enjoyment Morrill the eighth grade hilt Miss Nora will remain: with Mr. !i'

with friends in St. Louis where\]she of a ball game.Take teacher in the public S'hool"e a and Mrs. Wray until w,hew.l] olr'us| I ...................................t.......................................... "
will remain for a month and then' in the fall. Y
of her
the drive) over the Port launch party to a number

go to Minnesota.G. Orange bridge. tf lady friends last Saturday. The A parly consisting of( ('apt. I om .: ... .

II. Foote has recently made a J. W. Vestal, superintendent of party went to Panre Park and I passed Ellenwood 1\ymonllllaI'n.: Mrs.C. .. .

change in the Yi.Iusia avenue en- the Southern Mutual Aid Associa- a delightful day. A. Ellenwood, Mr. and Mrs. ..
trance to his garage, closing the old tion of who is Boyd and Mr. and Mrs. W W. Car- c
Georgia establishingoffices Charles E. Gardiner expects to I .............................................N........... : :
and opening another further west. at various points has renteda leave for New York Tuesday next to ter started for St. Augustine in the .. >

6Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen, room over the postoffice as head purchase poods for the new firm of\launch Yankee Doodle Thursday : : .e

for the association here. morning by way of the new (canal .(
the pen with the Clip Cap. quarters the Charles Gardiner Co.who will -

GEO. II. CMRK, Stationer. Ernest Avis who is working at open a dry goods store in the west expecting to return Friday after .: :. :e.

noon. L.
Attorney T. E. Fitzgerald left the Bond Dillingham A Loyd lath room of the Anthony Block. --

Monday afternoon for New ,York and shingle mill near Lake Helen Henry Schmidt. entertained) a '\01. .Talbm. ('01. C. M Hing- i : GEO. H. CLARK, : y

City on professional business, expecting spent Sunday in Daytona. Mr. Avis number of friends: the forepart of ham, Capt..1. t). C. Morns and j I i i
to be gone about ten days says they now have a full complement week on the occasion of his fifty- Henry Wednesday I .

H. E. Quigg left Monday for a of hands and things are mowing third birthday. Mr. Schmidt has night from Tallahassee where they :S : Sor our ;Snuxmir; .. :SIKNIIIS aiul) Orange Knives. Our price will .. U
have in the inter-
short ucation tour north. Mr. smoothly.Mr. spent nearly half of his ]life in Vo working: : : iutret )011. Jewelry Repair Work a t-petialty : :

lusia County and numbers his acquaintances est of the county division hill. They! : All Uu latent bunks; for the young ['eoj>le. : S
and Mrs. Robert Knox and U
Quigg visit the Jamestown Exposition
wm hundreds. take the defeat gracefully, saving : : Stationery of T.\ery: Kind. The .best line in the city. :

before returning to Day- daughter Miss Helen left Tuesdayfor by this is only tin beginning of the : : Tao :-l..n": l.'l I:". South Ifea-li i:::In..t. : :

tona. Hoopeston Ill. Mr. Knox has The Daytona graded) !school. colored'.II.Iiongltoit. : .t .

"The Misses and been seriously ill during the winterat have: their annual closing exercisesat I : :. .#'
Mary Margaret .
till furnish
of Ind. niecesof his home on Myrtle avenue but Mt. Zion A. M. E. church Monday : .. .
O'Connell Vincennes .
was sufficiently recovered to be ableto and Tuesday evenings May :27? a musical treat with his magnificentVictor : .. ..

Graham Thompson are visiting travel and it is hopeJ will continue and :23.! The annual sermon will Talking Machine at tho Congregational : .............1......................................1i1 ...... ..
t Mr. and Mrs. Thompson on Pal-
Church Glenview
to improve in health. lie delivered by Rev. .\. L. James atMt. on : ..
avenue.I Boulevard St-abrec/o. tonight A : .
I Bethel Haptistchunh )'morrow. I
I :No charge for preliminary plans .
I nominal admission fee will IK
JWhether rent or purchase :
you r
has l liven
and estimates supervision of workat interesting program .
your interests are carefully guarded. ; I charged, and the receipts: will go to :
Norman S. Dayton Daytona. &tual cost. Norman S. Dayton, arranged for lx>th evenings.The tho church benefit fund Dr. Houghton .1.......................................... .....LLiiisi...... ....r.i.t.t.i.i

Daytona. of will ---------- -- --- -- - -- -
Knights Pythias ob-I his service.E. .
generously! donating
I H. Y. Stillman retarned the latter I
A letter received by the Gazette- serve Pythian Memorial Day Sunday .
part of last week from a several of :. C. Cohen, of .Luksomillc the! II j Ij
June 9thThe
News from II. 0. Edson who recently I I
days visit to St. Petersburg.: Mr. new traveling:; passenger agent of
Xo. :"Pi will I
left for }Provo I'tah, states Fountain City Lodge, )
i Stillman he is still satisfied I I the Atlantic Coast LTne, was a Daytona ) 1 1I
that he arrived there "safely but meet at the lodge room and go in a
with Daytona. visitor Thursday and f'on'tl\; \ Norman S. I
found the weather quite cold. He Ixidy to the Methodist Church, Dayton
t the Ga/ette-Xews with a ;tH. lr.1 ICohen |
,i Charles II. Walton, editor of the state that there was still ten where Rev. flutter will preach a memorial -
} takes thc planof' ( W I D) :, I I
Titusville Advocate) "the only pink feet of snow in the mountains.Mrs. sermon at 7: 0) p. m.Some .
Stark who left the service of tlll'1trompany i
H in Florida" was the guest of time between Saturday !I
paper REAL
t 0. S. Robinson and Elder to take a iiosition with! a' ESTATE.i
1 jli Mr. and Mrs.[ E. M. Ilolman: of Fair- night and I Monday morning last i time' i
Gore, of Orlando who have been I wholesale gnu-cry firm a short !
view avenue, over Sunday. several stores and.) offices on leachstreet !.
visiting Mrs. Abbott and daughter, I ago. iRev. dm of f i l'ropt'rly.| :Lltf I: :South: 1C'1I"htm.f.: :; \\". H. EI-)

Miss Isabelle Donnelly who has Mrs Ilaynes on Bay street returnedto were entered from the rear by .I : and Mrs. II. Brian loft fort I II MOXOSON}): Manager; iXiytona.. Fla. Plans I IXtimatcs: amt

been the guest; of her sister Mrs. Orlando Monday. They were some I parties who !satisfied themselves desks) I their home at Toronto Tues through
by rnmaging
Heston and family for the past two greatly pleased with Daytona and and cupboards, but took no ,'ahl'ablE'S I Brian, an Episcopal clergyman, came t F. 11: (e. J::11",ay. I'lioiiCHal ..flW, yard l alt l i-twiddim! !

weeks returned Monday afternoonto admitted that they found it cooler -! south for rest and recuperation and\ l
although they showed a partiality
her home in West Palm Peach. here than at home. > I Seabree7e. -
has passed the season at j jUev.
all i Wear Low Shoes
I I for keys!' appropriating they I
'_ Do your eye glasses fall off? I eWhat is Lily Water? Call at found. It i is supposed to have l been Brian assisted in the service at I

** the electric light; plant. St Marys Church last :Sunday" and) For Comfort. .
t So easy" mounting: won't. Can befitted the work of some mischevious lays, ,

to any nose.NEv1I.LE s J Robert Miller and wife of Sarnia, who will find it a serious matter if pre-viousoccasionthentht'I }
: . . . s . i The
II. Cl IRK, Optician.Mn. Canada, arrived in the city Friday thtare apprehended. I man or woman, boy t

night of last week. Mr. Miller, who I lout of town. ; or girl who does'nt wear low
I E. I.. Carswell, sister Mrs: I I I n.) C. 1 Deuel, of La Cucva, New C Daytona Company, 1
was in Silas Mills employ last season shoes misses the luxury of
M. A. Mann and Win. Carswell left Mexico arrived) here Monday and I Bert Thompson surprised par- ;, it t
has purchased Mr. Mills' inter- I train ICE } i foot comfort.
Monday for their homo at Chicago. left for :Saratoga N. Y, Tuesday entsby I arming on the morning PURE having perfect

Mrs Mann has spent the winter\\ est in the Mills Transfer Company, with his mother's remains for interment Wednesday<< from Havana to spend( : Made. from Distilled Water. I Ours art' certainly com t 1
his }here in the I
and will make home
Mr. and Mrs. Carswell at iheir home at that place, the body] having his summer vacation at home Before -I Tartorv corner l..iilroad: and Volusia an-nlu' fortable. They are built of :

1 future. announcing his arri\'alllf' went t . . . . o. I
on North Beach street.Messrs. been kept in the vault at Pinewood t I the best material the leather
loaves the over to the l each and found a turtle i.
Bigger and better at While
Cemetery" since last winter.
.1. D. C. Morris I..oUiR'1 market affords, the shapes )
Daytona Bakery.A here )Ir. Deuel was the guest of Col. nest in front of a neighlior's r'Ottagt'j I Isecuring j"
Adler Wm. Jackson, F. W. Pope ) \vliirli he shared are right, they wear right
llJOeggs: :
telegram received by J. d E. Price and Mrs. M.( Huston, on South Peach
.J r., Henry Titus and T. E. Fitzgerald Monday morning announced the street. Mrs. V. Vuillaume, who is!' I I with the neighlxir.} } who appeared1' JOHN because: only skilled work- ..

have been at Tallahassee recently death of Geo. K. Shepherd at Newport in Havana Cuba, expected to join | while he was digging them rnll It .01.I.t.i: );> ,\MMI\I f : 1"1.1 n\n' viUeLAM ..1111111" i men ha\e a hand in the ma- i'

looking after the interests of I 'y. The telegram was from her brother here and go north with I A letter received by Mayor 1 L.: W. : ), TLOI'IIH. I IAfftlUaled i king. \\"t' have many different ;
the division bill.tReraember .
county Mr. Shepherd's son and gave no de him but was prevented by the seri Greene from Karl Stul>er, who accompanied -i With th. Univor, ol Chicago. I' styles in every new t. a

.. ... the Daytona Bakery tails. Mr. Price says Mr. Shep- ous illness of her daughter Mrs.I C J. II. Warfield north. : COLLLUC, OF LIBERAL AR rs-TI..-,-mi.,. i n-l-. ..n' rho., ..,..f the..I "".'r-itv. ..' I and) good) leather and a
I : tlll'r .I. ;!i.- I'.tu i l..tI l ;>tt t#..' can:, supply all your' wants: in the herd's sudden death was a great surprise M. Johnson.!' i states that they arrived) safely and :cns NV I' iiiul :'tt't"lm' rataluuCOLLCOBOFLA11'tiratlate'1flu! 1111'j of size that enables

.bakery line. tf to him as recent letters had that Mr. WarfieM was very mm In: ( ) i !" l'o;; u,.. a.l"ult..1| ,i., ,.r.i. It... I Uwin I rangi'
S We will secure for you bottom |i 1'lornla) without cxaminatKin I: us to fit nearly foot ;
: : every
'. :! J. M. Lane and daughter Luella, stated that he was in better health improved and was already: talking of COLLLXiE OF TECHNOLOGY: AND: SCHOOL OP MKCIIAMC: : ARI S-\ft"-
prices on lumber and other building .'hancall'inlllk) : ctrieallugm.vriuiratslllsiocet: Ttiiirnnu ...nrUfvlnu'. from the smallest to the
r :
left Wednesday for South Norwalk and looked forward to complete re- I I his return to Daytona in the fall. .. 1"1
materials. No one receives graftson degree! Fin new building Conn., after spending a very pleasant covery. I Norman S. !I Mr. Warfield feelsery grateful for COLLEGE OF BL'SI.MSS-BanU.i: in all .t-: l.r.u Ir.. lfc..!.k' pink I.\. l t..*l I I lar t.\t.: Come and see what
your purchase. Dayton I nitlH" :Shortltandnndty.wnting.l | Klrtn:, ., t--1 "|.-ii 'm "ti..'r It.-Ittrt-j l | i
here [ the attention he recmed) since his we I have to offer at
winter in Florida. While ] of the
intimate knowledge ,
JAn Daytona. I nx-nN I 'irtr<> faioltv nnI'oUlfll.I"'Il"I IxnMiii 4'anti
visited the West Coast and Miami interests of this I accident and. desires to thank all PREPARATORY ACADL'MYir.idiiat |i.tI.n( ..t lt..i, -r Hnrv.u.i t. > ,,Ulnn I I
they building localitywill .. .-1 ::0,,,. .:: ,- :: i.-"I
i < ,ton. Cornell. M Bean: ) n.k'8Iru1,1 I all tint !1- <.11..11.-'. I : :! '"'. : I
lr.anJYr1..J.! W. Smith} who those who have shown !so much
but their decided preferencewas save you many anoyances and !>OKMALAND.MOULLSCr1HLS.-l: t KinJ-rnartro. i. iu oun l.inl.liii *3lI.:; .,.i
Daytona. vMr. perhaps extra costs. Let ua advise have spent the winter in one of r.1| kindness J. rnmarynniHirarunrirJ.:**'.Imol ,inpiirat ImiMiiur Thi1** i ilK,f l. r.t.i +>i.iljinvparc I

with you. It costs you nothing. Nash's cottages on Volusia avenue, i I[ Rev. H. B. Gibbon'; theme for the I'ublu ::0.111".1: tn.-v ti.r. .. Il
I MUSIC' SCHOOL. <11I.tll"'I'II"[ [ ore v" ;i .1..70't |"iu.- -| rnt.- tml-lm' :
and Mrs. M, R. Knowlton of Norman S. Dayton Daytona.Mrs. left Thursday afternoon for their., Baccalaureate sermon la>t Sunday I.trzr famltv thorough >iiir..- ni i .tu.l\ l The Globe.
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Seabreeze left for their summer ART SCMOOL-NHV\ :stud < "-11. .t t. m i>, -t -
and Miss Josephine home at Peekskill, N. Y They hate j I night at the Baptist Church was .
F. R. McMillan :.itrtsonhasttlw'ulty.t, I* |.uu!nf.......r.. aid Tlnjr h..M t .|.-gc'-
L- home at Bellfast, Maine Monday half of Mr I EmmaEdick's "Lofr the} of Success'Mrs. > I f I
Klee who have spent the secured the east : > Mainspring I from UK I nlr"ity of iiNazHarvard ViW. 1'trtnwsuth."larnhia. TorontoakflVrvt
r last. They will sail from Savannah season with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. l double house on Volusia I'! I C. C. Bohannon sang "The : \\' |I.iiui>\II"', 'IUj.liin I i biw.,kii..ll. I r"itt'rty, of Ali I. bi>ranlV'ii. I Peck & Foster,
i"on and I otter I fII.r"IIi.TlIt.roo rxr-- o\ --WOIKHIIMI in t IriiiKlimr amt l |1'1-
for Norfolk taking time to yisit the and until :! and I Nine." I Edward 1 .If' ,. .. of ,, laU I s
i 1 Carter, departed Tuesday morningfor avenue for next reason I Ninety by am.II nient iK-arly a quarter million!! ilnllari'nditnnwnt an n lon +i hlirjry -u' -
Jamestown Exposition, before resuming ,", w..!uni.1 Uautilii! ..hini+. it<.lnlntikin-l gla.--*
their respective homes at Phila- they return the finny IIeniztDIf.! pian and Mrs L. II, Rowe. "TheGreat Proprietors.I .
wtnd.w"tiatintim| ;+. a III.IHMI |IIIH u aii.iniiu-uun: ;. with complete, njl >-
their journey. delphia and Brooklyn. Mrs. Mc the Halifax will live in peace Mr. .II Heavenly Choir," I by, Julian l..,iratn; an t'lwlu't'1ltb"'t Fs-tl. niniiin:'; tra k l tmiiM. court*. l-a-l-all >liiiiiond -1 __
and : and gruliron. l 1..i.I"t *\\ Immlfl. ;:olf row ins: ainl other. fi-<,rtn; winiraU-
oRar Sale or Rt'nt-A residence Millan expects to spent next winterin Smith is an inveterate fisherman !Jordan The other churches dismissed tdiil'linir" for Torn amt \\"""'"; ten lar:,:'- lal"ratori '" for I l-miitrv.. riijMO" I I'NV- i

on Myrtle avenue convenient to business California, but will return to has enjoyed the sport on the Halifax their services. in order to IH.Tmit ttijthtey.11i1wraloey. and I'.iolyRy: s" -%.ral l.irgf nin-wuni. and: shops' .electric; I T. E. FITZGERALD
I light, ebttrh U ll", sty'nm is.tit -nii-iit \vi'k: slwlt 1! road*. IJrua.1t'l t... f\\ .i '
New house Florida the following. Both for seasons. lie closed) the their I congregations to attend I the I j ATTORNEY AT LAW
portion of city. season many I ..illll..allll.u... i>hrui>lr,' an-l I tr..-. "1"1\1; | 11"'r.rIlIn"i'nl, i, and' utter Ntnileni i 3UAYTONA
of six rooms with bath and toilet onsecond Miss Klee and Mrs.[ McMillan have record for the past season Tuesday, services at the Baptist' (Chun and iub star l...:ttire '.ups- 'iiri-tiaii and not ".'tartan: iuhinx( Ttra t" ate. ,n ilieaiitiful I 'FLOKIO

floor hard and soft passed: previous winters in Daytona I when he caught sixteen trout one very large attendance was the re f .'o""atalopr.nud healthful,)...ewolder.and tlM.>.exnwii and inforiiiatinii.rr low addma the I'n-ffjfttt.- 1 8peela/sellsW--_ ?*. "" .sea.Lu. ."..
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D.. O.(.*od. ri*. om. 8-
MRS. E. QCEST. and have many warm friends here. crevalle and three blue fish ).. NCOLN HULLY. A. M. .- l

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I Ask Mr. FosterMK. of the Florida East Coast Hail-: w I, >> I I !\.rt"' Red Brrrd',_
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;t5 vaunaL, Columbia, Catmleii SMI- II,: : 1 :. I'' 'STLI! atf-iintiKHiation.-' a\ .ula"lt- at thr hand tf-! way"Kathleen"Company,IIM in his through fine launch to Daytotu )the- I ab of ; : | I :::I{ : :: ::: ::::::::::: :::::=::::: r ; :::::::: : :::::::::::::::|!!tlrriceIK/a Leave" N.OO n.-.IO: ( p j. m m m

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them Tines, Ualicfih: l Kirlmioud.: : will i-ngugr rooms fur >mi in uJvatur.) At I Mr.I Fost'r't'tliri. ( ymi ran from :Augustine: Tuesday. ( 111() p hi

Washington, Baltimore. I'lula- ,: :I obtain .h'-M-rijti\e printed mattt-r ainl |lx' l information rom--rning: 1'(1.oat( l left :Augustine: at nine ;; :II lt ::: ::::::::::: :::::: : :::::: : ; ;:;; ::: :::: ::::::::::::::::::? I j _lOOOam U:3Oam::: :

delphia, New York. i, : (tluxand; ) otlwr rrr'ott.* afcR the Iwmcwanl way. I ItJlntit' oVl'K-k( in the morning, and I made I JACKSON VILLE.
\ IVuclt.riiarloston. MjisniJia:; Springs. !Savannali.Augu : ---
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d F Two Elegant Trains Daily I! t'olumbui. { Aikm.Xeujmrt. at l>.iyton.i at "i i\ in tlie even t | 1 : [ : : -: t:. 1'. .\
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) Seaboard I lixprcss: i Pinchtir" t. ChafiCity.. \('tt>. i ing. The canal is in \cr' :g'Xidsluqie I ; : '; ) : : ( ; : ;n'l. I'a4s. Azt.

Kuhnionil.Virginia tikll'ortCeunfort.' Itetder.oi I ill- for the pas.-sige: of Ixvits; except \ : !
k SL'aboardil'& 1 IVarli.Hot : J1It1e,tn\\n I.xp'Jfllhon.] A,!ievillc. .( b ) l : : :, C. .\.
the where( the lre
at p''mt lgaVim- t' ., Fla.
Mcxlcrn Pullman }K-piipincnt.: ] :Springs: VaFlat Luray. Gnrnaar"; Lee was Ixirnnl I.L..t f.lll. hilt the UI' | : : U. F. A.
1 llix-k.: S'vippliire Country.Chattanooga Itultimorr.PUilaiU'lpliiu.. ,:! ;
I I 1 w York
----- -- i Tryon.Atlanta.. : : : i C:1nall""lIl'aIlY are now at work removing ( :

the nrt't'k which will make
EXPOSITION LINE t Cincinnati.Chicago. Xew York.Huston. l :
JAMESTOWN a clear Tlie Kathleen, (left
French Lick :Sprints.: : 1 passige.
!NORFOLK \'A. :St. I.OULKma Wa.,11ingtoD. }iHiyton:! at five o'clock Wednesday ill

: ,.. morning for lower coast |n'I tits antiepe4 Ha."B
('it AtUntic ( iti
Excursion Tickets) on Sale Daily. + i i .
is to :go: through to t I I\eyVe.t.t. I
1 Mr. Footer'." services are free-no firs: anrvrr askc l "r ui-n-ptnl.' \ ," I I

rations'or full call information on any agent! and of tlecpcr+ :res'f'I j|'I \\11t'1I. y-u arc in doubt 0Hl.TTl.t.; ASK :MK. FOSTF.K.: : 4 .. .1.1 .1.11.1.. I 4 I
I- )
write to ,; I HE PROBABLY KNOWS : Legal Notices : : ) EXPRESS
S. C. liOYLSTO.V, JR.t I II !
Assistant General P.Ssen&'rgf'flt& I Mr. Foster's olfii-os. ,intt; tluS'mn' I the t kern, I........................I. PREPAID
Jacksonville Ha. i lira pub. May 2.r; last pub June u; I| ,. J !
tiiin I Mark inJacksonville. Dissolution :\ j '
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Mlla H. Wrlgbl },. I IU 1yr16Lt. r N: .. <-. i i- 1"1'.1.l y givru that tin, I fart-j]' .\i'w! '
I I St. Au ustil1e. I I ner.hip Lately oxMing l.rnti J. t' :' .
; WRIGHT & WRIGHT, I: I IL'utlrraudll'.I. IConald: of l>aj tonal.1 '!
3 IaIn1Beach : Heath, 1 lorida under the linn of [tulle r I f
Attonieys-at-l : &; Konald aa' tli 't.t,1 on the IMh )
day of lay :\. !U., IJ0<>7, by con- I IDoz.
I Office in Telegraph office, DtL\\l) : J 1 | Havana, Cuba. I D. C. sent. The said J. C. }Butler mutual to
-- 1 settle all accounts; of the 1.11e'linn o tl (
Butler; I:Ion aid. !lie will continue business .I II. DELIVERED FOR
I During J\MiSTii\YN)): : I.\POS1TH) Mr. F.MCI, roll I' .
!' at the old I-tand.
TIIIi FIlISTr I I\roUMATI"N' I U'1(( 1: ill tl.) I l..".ry ,.f II..H-1 1 \riiatnlH-rljiin., it 111 UI 1 'SiennJi: 'J. C. ItCTLLKV. I +
Point Comfort.Florida. I \ F. KOXAI.U: l : I II j
BATHS i ..N............tH............N............N.....1 i ll I'ir-t I"1.' : ..). :!.j; lust pub. Jwnc l a) I. ( : I

.t, ON EARTH I II __ ___ __ .___ u__ :NO I ICC. I ( << ; : \ ANY
ff I Notice hcriby given that on the
[ role MEN t1NU IV011EN: .: :;ic I flit day of June, .\. I H. 1W7! the undersigned ''
I .
guardian "Arthur Kern :t '
LI L VA TER f minor, will apply) tthe Honorable J. \\ : [ 66 Whiskey.
; 4I y East Coast Railway; Lee M.'rt+ry,1'utlnty Judge of \'(. ICounty !; :
I the & w'eler for Teble l'se l 17airidaforan order to M-ll anundivfde l lAfKSOXVIl.'LE! : ;, FLA

. ELECTRIC LIGHT I II I Local Time Card No. if. la Effect t April ", 1.7. rl l interest ill the following Iut
piece or pared I of land lying! and being; I '
1 .......N...NNt
} PLANT I SOUTHBOUND-READ; : DOWN.: NORTHBOLND-hKAU: / t f.CO in the (County of"I".i.| ia uud! Mate of'Florida d >
: and"de>erjlK-l follows tn-u tt: 1 '!
. IITc\TIOSJ IXo.71'SO, II'' .. 1 So tnUfh, of Lot" file and Six: in Block I'I : i iI I
00 .. :&
, I D.\171 JJailll ;; Flevi'ii aefonling to arid as hhouii byth I : I REUNION 1 I

.:W .-._NNN- -.._.._......._...:...."...........:.-................:...........:.......NN... I I 1"0 TJo C'1 6 6 7 10 e 92Wa -tQQtll"acbonVWc---1.f r.Jecksun,111e.Ar; Augnstlne.... 72'.A-1 awui/143M 7 1: f"W O'1 ""-"'""1, '- recorded in the plan following of I Duytona metes: as if: nnI'rated and- I II.I ; I :
,, ,. aG f It 1 :=::::::.r.lI. tinge_:: : g:1; 6 tv: t" l 1..ulI.I"", : 1'.utn.-ncing at s, |>oint ou theM I

'; I= Neville H. Clark g:: ;.! rtrl 8 8 11 1200 ma!bht Arl'a.atl..I.v:alatka.b 43: ,..I bite 6 2't.l' I 0 > uth and line forty-five of Orange' fet Avenue from one tl lnindred east.Ito I:> : } I I I \ J Inc 3, via

c 3 11) 7 ll1C1.11 Lf__. .I' ....._......... 634 IS Lt'url 1 7 ( .
t a 2ZwAr, _Fat )l.teu I =::._h a 3Oi'II161 rt' line <>f l.'idgewooiJ: a\eiiue the e.tar.ltJ.t'rt..f :; ; ; : : I
1 OPTICIAN. iii': 0tf') .i 160ratLv. Faa .........'......AroI'IIl2..o.A.. \\ ; thentr: ea>ti-rly along; &iid I I ; : ; :
it 1) $ Le_Buuela: : .........._..1.r 1231 f.e py south, line of Orange at rate' to a I point I: : : : :

\ i I d 1/91 124 1 :"::::=:-8' :t-: _..::. :..: ; ;::' bYSta 4 b... p.) 0 distant flit) ".-1.two line,hundred..r )Talmetlo,and t'll. n-H fet: theneeoutherly ,!inn I'' :; ( | I I Line.
CI.e04 10( 1 2. _I'aytona_ 143<10' 4 4:". '
is '"' '
: tC' .. through Lots I ive and :Sic on
: : : i C 11)1 l3iI'M Fort Irange. SMil 43.>1.. ::::r.e04 } <
:: -tl\f; <3 'j 1'4 10 2 At. ...leesmyne.:. _..._b a lilt, 4 1rn Q tj a line l parallel with the east: line of I : : i I
g: / 11 i 1 c L.. 1(0' 1246 A -Lake Helen_.._JI.T 124.VH 63w r-1 Bidtatarl!: !, l avenue to the ilivi ion linelxtui. I I
; -- r 10 3A ......Ortnpe City _.___t" 12 30m C 1uaj '/ '' .- n I-ots File and 1'irtir; thtn'-e i
n" iil I 10 c f 431 I. _..intnge city:! Junct_. : '(| s. lone (' r ;,
( f C westerly along said lli\'i..i"n i line to a : IIM-!lu.' >ivc UiU-s
: EYCRExamlllCII'l'l'l\. lj r 10. Y: <: L-S w Smyrna........._A I Gee 4 w.. 0 ,.. .. i I
.j :.: : o 111 117PM "_..._Oak HU1_.._._I.T 2 37P,' :3 40.* J" point one hundred and forty-five feet i 1 1 I Ij : i J ; (; the round,
H 1: C 1- 313 a Ar.Tlturnfle.-.Lv 1 b.3'_ \.I'M r4! from the! east line of Hidgewoodavtnue: : ; trip
|ii| At Clarl'n Jewelry Store. :t1: I| 0 2U 111' Ii [ ___!Sant o1 _,..-1Lri[' 11 *;..' Ii AX _. ..t.I tht'theneenortherly-thixrtigh l Five and I j I / rrpswndinfi] ;
: 6 XfVJIl S5 ra Lyt .Heated --'Art!_6 bur _It IUAO :Sito the pfaref l I'
; ; U'ginning; .ucLots ,
i :: '" C 313w1LY_ : (fith J IK ohtain-
cl) It 631'1I TltulVllle.Ar taw can
3 "
:!:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 1-4 U 1281AM .;rOOM "__.C'oro..Lv 1171- 2 :."!.'i ,,-J hen-inlx-fore referred) to I lieinsj! in : 1 I '
__ _..._.._ v ul }I'.Iotk I.k'VMi nf the
C1 12S3AMIOC alf,3iti.: .. Kodledlle: .". 1IM''' :2 ISn oJ : reer.rdd plan i \] | imyinrnl td hfty
,I *. _}:., _....... .. of \ :
.. : 431 1 14: oJ Daytona.: IIt: I-T:: KII\: : '1 !
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bp 1 1'vUi 183' _" | |
M Melbourue: 1231.>t11i: 1 :a7.a .
Q 2.i
We maker C I. 611PM : "cbuU.n- 11 47. 12ba. May : A. I H., II"! ; Cimnlian.; : I I

can help 0'r. : : : :: g ::' : : :Notice Application for Letters ( ,
: __ ,..__..._.. 101.11srsr Z z ,, I I! } .
"_ Patent. i ) -tn l information
au> SUMo "
lden.-: ]Oiler 11 !Ii ( t
you eomfortable. i j S40AM 64.a"; _Jensen......._ 10Wi. 11 tsar 0 ,. :.V>tie i i.. hereby giv n that -." Tu.- I:: ':
SWAM 6 tfiptll ".__Stuert._.-_._ 10 COM to Mi.., i I :: I |
I .,_. day the fourth lay of June, .\. II.,
4 ISAM4S7AM! n.1 _.Uobe Sound! __ 3Aw I
CHM U) 7 43': r, ........ _",,1\ Jurlter........._ 9 9 :'I)..'' 1U Iii t.WMI'_,, '<1 1 tnt! ). the U111kr..i ;IIt'(1 l .sub>erilnr, < will !
Porch Screens 4VH -> & 14AM64SA. 8 81.eU'amlleach 41P11/ ........ 1\0ynton: ...._........__ -" 8 47*> !y 3Im,1 (0 V__ apply t<> lion. :N. It. I>ro"anl. Governor; ( / : (
CJ CJ _- ........ ..... 8 :K*, 91.1/.1 of Flotilla. f the i of I/-tter
I VM. ( (3AMC4&AM 8 I 1Jelr.y _..._.. 8 iW: 8 uv.:, >ir >stianee > If
...._.. ::;j II : : ,
VM VM. 9CA.: fort J.auderdale. 7 :27-j 7 MHK: Patent: on the follow in ; 1''I''tN\I'tl\ I char: i :
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3 .3. f 709AM7STAM Liar : = .:.___]l.lland.le =:: : 7 7 09.x1 19AM| 7 7 !iriPM1 P :: h r of""The Charles I': G.irdiner (Vwnpany : I I Crast I.n.. "
i .""."."'.. ,,. 10 _Lemon ClLy_ IS 44"1 7 0&- :: which said propoMxl 1 ehiirtrr w ;' ; ; I !
760AM 11) """. 'rMlaml-Ly file in the C'lfiee of
0 v\rfH\\ T Oath, O now "n tlw Secretary: ( "
Settees 8 OAM __ \ M
Ly Miami. \
Swings -tAr 8 h .f State at Tallahaswf. I I'.riJa.Ikit.rl !
I 1() 10... __ At .__ilomrked-.IL, 12 SW I I : |
Dally except Sunday. r,_. ... dij l' of May l I at: ,I.l A.> !It.tona., I 19tt
l'i<). di h19.t9 I ," f "O.l I I \. : :. <<< ;.\1It: >iMi: : : \ :
and fat Sun.Only. 0. DaCyMATPORT I BRANCH; ally dal No.2os0.a' "'.;. i1 II. c. \\1:111\1:1: : : :. : : l t i ................
Chairs riE"o..o. Sun.Ex. ally Dally bally n i:. AUIICIOMIIII: : : l:. ) : .
I '.J.JII >
i __ Articles of Incorporation of "1 he :
I .
& 'I08 4: i s .1'012 A 10 OOA L.-t .k .lll- ---Ar; CCAMt 44 1 ounc ooti 9 Rr :
I fl BSPH8 &3 5 1SPU2 C8Pi 10 08AM1.T_ So. JackionTAle-Ar4 tzwls 82 12 6Y.3 b3' I "I.a Charles 11.: Gardiner Com pan> ." .. : ) ,
10 J*1I1 :-IPII ton*? 4 Jrt 19 J9 T_--.Pablo Beach.-4rl8 2OA1I3 COM 12 a0w5: 2rr, "h" ".
now in at 10 saf>M,7 is tefa 43mM 10 44ut' v.rU.nt16 i R m hBlalM AI,615-7, 6S 12 1 w51ur II", P* The utider-igtittl I jieisonherehy a.->.-. : :
COTH7 45>H8 10 MaTport. LrC OOAM.7 40A 12 00.5 ro.i( 8 :?:xr bate tllt'hl.h.l'- etlwr li>r the pur :
I"'S| of organi/ini: i o.,rM.ration under'the i i l !
: FEXRSOAg) OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP COXMCTIOXS AT MIAMI. L.".- of the Mate "f, anjheiebv )( .
adept the follow hag \ ; ; -EXPRESS :
Bingharn&MaleyCo.Furniture Clou Conntclloo Made at Miami with SUamiblpi of the P. & 0. S. S. Company. AUTICLKS: : OF INruIPnuAT1oN.lrticle : .I i : .

: KEYiWEST' AND HAVANA L, -Name and Plate of lJn.i-inev. :
1 h. name- ..f tl e corn'' try tol.I.t. ell 1 lI :; : : | rteantsliij, I'' :
S i I Trains Discharge Passengers at 5hp's! SUe. No Transfer >e "The Charles \.u'dint'rC"n"pany,' I l l ;I'
It I and its: prillt'ipalltlat.t' of bu t! Kon These Time TaiVea a&ov theCm.3atwDlrIItz.rnemaybe expected to arrreat.nd d T'.r1 be at I>uytona, 1.-lu-i.4 County, Florida! : 1 I : : ,\ Iii tK1i i 1.11
/ be
Mveral ,
I ataUooa bat their artYal or departure at the! tUDU rat 4 Is not cuarankeol
but it shall have to tubliMi
i.or: 13 tUhCoapaay to beheld: re3pOIU1bl'for&:IY delays or aty conjeqoengei', lererom.j maintain branch power otablishnK-nt-and i I : : III I Ul.l I. t .j
I II ; Halls: .
Undertaking. j{ For Copy of the LOCAL TDIE CARD or Other Information pl.ttc-: | t\w-r\ ( I ) I I u
1 within or l eyoml the State of } l..rid.i. I .: :
-- : "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." Articl" 11-Nature of l'.u.-.ineas. fh.i- of I' ( ( : : : : Till L'a-l'tt: I It.

S. H. GOVEARCUlTirT. : ;. D. RAHNER, Aut. Qea'I Put. Agent ST. AUQUSTLNE. FLA. i elect iu-ins3 and! of carry the I I
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th the
S U> whu.sakami: retail; to i .iKh
buy, It-ase, holj, -<('exchange: .. or otter ; : : / : :
full lot 1
\\<|uire or dispose of. |ersonal pro- !, : .r' ttu"
.. 'd.a awd office, iiortlitast pt-rty and rucrchandr.etieery: descrip-j,I .\ I Ii II ; ram l. rt'.n l" 'ti.!
corner o I I 1-
:. lion: and to bu1 le:,.-*, 'sell or otherwi.acquire .-.s ,, : ,
.... .T''t 5 ..., T'olUlia ine JoliPrMto
avenUH. i
at Cazettc-Netvs office '
) f "T otherwise' dip'''' Of .
I j
... -P*M 89-- : .fi g any I : '"t Bay :y: \
"-1.- .:w o>wTton Florida j u.1:<' |,i poultry1 utai winch may Une,- I, \ ", F ,'.
to the
prupre t
lava I tit '- to that rl j .. FU :

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