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The Daytona gazette=news
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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 ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
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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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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Ceased in 1922?

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Handsome Pictures.

Any customer purchasing $2.oo worth of Gro- :
series for cash. I will sell a handsome framed pict- :_
ure, your own selection out of one hundred and fifty o
subjects, size 23x27, for only 59 cents.


to desorate your homes. You don't have to buy
S2.oo worth at one time. Ask for coupons.
Pictures on display in my window. Worth in*
regulay way $1.5o to $2.oo each. Call aEnd see them


The North Beach Street Grocer. 'PMONE 19.
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S I I j I 1 |i I A close examination of electric-
_al work finished and charged for
-- from this shop shows how square-
Sly and honorably we transact our
Business. Electrical repairs re-
ceive special attention. Those
who employ us never worry about
Sour charges, and they know be-
fore engaging us that our work-
manship will be the best.

Daytona Electric Co.

St i I I I232 South Beh Street.

SCabinet MaKer. Wood WorKer.
S Picture Frames, Door and Window Screens made to order.
SCottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.

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I R. D. TAYLOR, Electrical Contractor
I House Wiring a Specialty.
SDealer in Electrical Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shades,
SLamps No. 8 Orange avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.
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Bond Lumber Company,

Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime
d Cement in Stock e and Yards: East 'c.a,
ad ment in Stock. Railway and Orange Avenue
MILLH-Bond Mill. Atlantic Coast Line Ry., 100 miles south of Jacksonville.
Kalamazoo. on Sanford ranch cl the FV.. ER. Ky.
Phone 83 R. J. MALBY, Manager.

getting a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Roof, a Hot Air Furnace,
or any of the other metal necessities required to complete a modern
dwelling, remember that


are best prepared to give prompt and reliable service at fair prices.
S General repair shop on Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory.
Phone 58. Out of town work solicited.





Owing to the late arrival of a shipment of one hundred dozen Towels
which we should have received early in the spring, but arrived after our
season is over, we will hold a SPECIAL TOWEL SALE in order to close
out the entire let. These towels are first-elass in every respect and are well
worth 121 cents, but we must get rid of them and will close out the entire
100 dozen at .3 for 25 cents or 95c a dozen. Do not fail to get what towels
. you need at this ridiculously low price. See the window display.

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sity for Gills at Tailahassee. Next
year the Summer Normal will be
held in the University buildings at
With reference to this State Uni.
versity of ours it is only fair to say
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green corn at ciUteen cents per
dozen, returning him A77.55.
J. W. Ball, another of Daytona's
successful farmers,-says that lie sold
.$125 worth of roasting ears from
an acre planted in corn and had the
fodder in addition. On this same

that it is an educational organiza-
tion of which we may well beiacre of ground he had earlier in the
o a ay a season planted lettuce and while it
proud. Lahratory and library ac-'
omoudations are excellent. b rr ac- proved a poor crop, being much less
comodations are excellent. Prac- than the average, it returned hi .
.than the average, it returned him
tical work is being done in civil, an
mechanical and electrical engineer-
ing-the electrical library being the *Parl Grit Artine Co
largest south of Atlanta. The ex- Seabre F, m s a kin
periutental station, together with ae F es a kins o
the horticultural department, culti- cement work. If you ontemplate
vates between two and three hun- building see them.f
dred acres of land, and an additional ,

building for the experimental sta-
tion will be erected this fall.
The general libr. ry of 10,00C(
volumes is supplemented by addi-
tional libraries of two or three hun
dred volumes each, adapted to the
needs of several departments. The
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rests are successfully grown only
on the Pacific coast. The Burbank
potato, crimson winter rhubarb,
cherries and plums are all this
nature. Ilis own statement shows
that he can claim but a single
horticultural success-namely in
Wickson and related plums.
"We prefer to beleive that Mr.
Burbank himself is not directly re-
sponsible for the preposterous
claims made in his name. Promot-
ers and irresponsible writers in
popular periodicals must stand for
most of the false claims made for
his wonderful 'creations.'
"The latest alleged phenomenon,
-the 'Wonderberry'-has been a
ridiculous failure and disappoint-



Orange Avenue, Daytona, Fla.


City Island to Be Villed up and ill Be Initial Performance of i
Put in Shape For Future Daytona Dramatic Organiza-
Improvement. tion of Amateurs.
The City Council met in reg r Next Friday, Sept. 3rd, the Day-
session Monday evening. tona Dramatic Organization of %
Bills to the amount of $231.02 Amateurs will present at the Day- s
were presented and ordered paid tona Opera House, as their opening (
Communication of A. J. Wilder play, the drama entitled Aladdin or <
was read and filed with other claims the Wonderful Lamp, a fairy story <
for future action, that has thrilled almost every one at S
S. I. Gove tendered his resigna some time during their childhood. 1
tion as president and member of the Dr. W. S. Sneed, the manager of a
council, which was accepted. the organization, is doing all in his t
The report of the inspectors of power to make the play a success w
election was received and placed on and is being earnestly assisted by <
file. all those to whom parts have been
The clerk was instructed to get assigned.
bids for printing of licenses, ached Miss Alberta Lourcey will play (
ule of licenses and procure dogtags. the role of Princess and Miss Lillie
The council ordered that all Mabbette, who is particularly adapt- e
refuse and trash hauled from streets ed for the character, will take the 1
be dumped on the marsh lands on part of the widow Mustapha. Dr.
$he City Island and the president of Sneed will play the leading role of c
the council appointed a committee Aladdin, from boy up to prince, i
consisting of Messrs. Mills, Conrad while the other heavy role will be
and Dr. Klock to superintend the taken charge of by Clarence Ben- N
raising of funds to fill the City Is- nett. They will be ably assisted I
land. by a score or more of the other I
i members of the organization, among
Struck By Brickbat. whom will be the Misses Lucy Pel- I
Thomas Zuber, the young son of lett, Ethel Wood, Grace Burdick, I
M. H. Zuber, is wearing his rightEmma and Katie Dittman, Nellie a
eye in a sling as the result of some and Edith Stiling, Anna Mabbette,.
trouble with Buck Harris, a colored the Messrs. Clyde Miller, Will
boy, last Saturday afternoon. Gardiner, Ervie Ballough, Ralph I
The boys evidently bad been Lapp, Cecil Pettepher and others. A
having a wordy difficulty, while on The play is to be given as a t
Volusia avenue near the electric: benefit for the Daytona High School I
light plant, and the colored boy ap- which should prove a factor in se- i
plied to young Znber an epithet curing a large audience in connec- s
.which he resented with his fists. tion with the fact that an organiza-
The boy backed off and securing a of this character is beneficial to the
piece of blick struck Tom in the city both in an educat'o al and
face with it, cutting through the amusement way anJ should be 1
side of the nose just beneath tehe heartily supported by the public. 1
right eye. The music will be furnished by a
Dr. Bohannon dressed the wond full orchestra and as this has been
and Tom is getting along nicely under the direction of Prof. W. W.
alough he had a close have from Wood for the past three or four
the loss of an eye or possibly his weeks, some good music is assured.
life had the blow been a trifle:
higher. Successful Farming.
Mr. Zuber has made no complaint As an instance of successful gen-
in the matter, leaving the punish-eral farming in this section, the case
ment of the colored youth to his of Harry Futch, who is located in
mother who promised to do it thor- the hammock lands in the western
roughly. part of the city, may be cited. Mr.
i Futch this year raised a lot of field
Summer Normals. corn and having more than he
Needed for his own stock shelled a
The season for Summer Normals' ... ,. ,
s comng to a se ad from quantity of it and brought it sacked
is coming to a dose and from all re- .. ,il, or. dl,.
to H. S. Miller for disposal. This
ports it has been one of the beat in s d be e as it
S. ,should be more generally done as it
Florida's history. The State Nor- oud redemte ty o
would reduce the quantity of corn
mal at Oainesville enrolled 130 stu-
dents and owing to the earnest necessary to be shipped here from
dents ang to te e arrest! the North and the money paid for it
work done the authorities are mak-
Sn t would remain in circulation here.
ing plans to credit these students Mr. Futh on a piee of ground
Mr. Futch on a picce of ground
with due amount on a university .' 0 feet produced i worth
8(x.300 feet produced i25'.) worth
course-the boys getting credit at ,
the State University at aineille f peas and beans and from less
the State university at Gaineeile- than an acre he sold 5i17 dozen of
and the girls at the State mniver- ,..


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mid to Be Product of Luther
Burbank and Widely Adver-
tised by J. L Childs.
Some time in the spring the
writer saw in one of the magazines
a advertisement by John Lewis
hilds of the Wonderherry and be-
ruse of the supposed reliability
This seed house and the
great reputation borne by Mr. Bur-
nk was beguiled into investing in
me of the seed with the belief
at surely here was something of
ilue. Countless numbers through-
it the country did likewise, quite
number of Daytonians being in-
uded. The berry was said to re-
Dmble the blueberry in size and ap-
earance, though far superior in
rery way, and the plant to be
irifty and rapid in growth.
The seeds when received were
irefully planted, germinated read-
y and the young plants grew off
ary nicely beginning to bloom
hen only four or five inches in
eight. About this time F. A.
ann, while down from Seabrook,
ay shown the plants and at once
pronounced them the same as some
brought from California two years
gp by Mrs. Mann, when returning
om a visit in that State. They
ere known to her as the "garden
ickleberry." Mr. Mann said they
rew like weeds and were weeds,
,e berries tasting very much like
title green tomatoes. He still had
umbers of the plants, as they had
eded themselves from the first
The writer persevered in the
rowth of the plants, however, only
i find that Mr. Mann's estimate of
beir value was probably a correct
he, although it is possible that a
waste for the berries might be ae-
nired. The fact that the leaf roler
as destroyed most of the plants
should place them in a class above
eeds and perhaps by careful culti-
ation the berry may be improved
ut as it now stands there is no
dodging the fact that all who
ought seed of the wonderberry
'ere "stung."
As a safeguard to others the fol-
owing is taken from an editorial in;
recent issue of the Southern
"We have already several times
expressed ourselves concerning the
eal value of the 'creations' of Mr. -
lurbank. We have endeavered to
ie entirely fair, have admitted his
genius, but have regretted the con-
ciousless exploiting being done by
at with his name.
"Mr. Burbank himself shall fur-
mish the evidence. In a recent
signed communication to the Rural
New Yorker he gives a list of what
he believes to be his commercial
successes. The catalogue is prob-
ibly complete, it is certainly varied.
It is chiefly remarkable, however,
from the fact that he admits that
the creations on which his fame


will deliver gasoline without

any charge for delivery at

any point in Daytona,


breee-, Dayt0a%.

mood or Port-Orange. Qal-

ity and quantity guaranteed.
Call Office Phone 128
Mills Transfer 77


Oil Delivered by

Tank Wagon.


Figure with us on your




Electricity will pump water

for 5 cents per 300 gallons.

Adam Schatz Electric light Plant,

E. L. GUNN, General Manager.

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Real Estate,

T. E. it-isOtRALD, Editor

j Sair eze and I


-- dall was busy the fore part of the week
Entered at the Postoffce at Daytona, Floinda, as Second Clas Matter. repairing streets where needed by filling
holes with shell and tamping.
Miss Hendry and nieces, Misses Thurs-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ton who were visiting Mrs. Elma G.
One eopy one yS1.50 Stephens on Halifax avenue, left Sun-
On eop si amths .. .75 day for their home at Enterprise.
One ep three month...... ....... .40 Jerome Wetherby has been cleaning
up the Colonnades grounds and park-
SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1909 1age this week and is getting the prem-
ises in trim generally.
Wm. Gray, junior proprietor of the
mColonnades, is expected to arrive from
m I il ( PORT ORANGE Uniontown, Pa., some time this week or
m i WILL Mr. and Mrs. Pursell and children, of
PORT ORANGE, Aug. 25- DeLand, areat the cottage adjoining
Frank Alexander, Jack Lowrie and the Eustis for the next week or two.
Contract Let to S. H. Gove of his sister. Miss Mamie, drove over The new brick cottage being built for

This City For the Sum I
of $41500.
The contract for the new public
school building for Daytona was let
last Friday night after an all day
and almost all night session. Ar-
chitect DeGarmo, of Miami, was
here and most of the day was spent
in the effort to get the plans to a
point where the money in sight
would irech.
When at last ready for the second
bids the following were filed:
S. H. Gove $41,500
Nicholas Ittner 42,743
Geo. Tillman 42,814
W. T. Hadlow Co. 44,389
E. S. Hall 44,413
The bid of Mr. Gove being the
lowest and coming within the means
of the board, the contract was
awarded to him and papers signed.
It is Mr. Gove's intention to com-
mence work at once and push the
building rapidly to completion.
The new building will be large
and a credit to Daytona, Volusia
county and the State at large, and
will'compare favorably with the
buildings in all the larger cities.
The structure will have a total
footage on Bay street of 152 feet
and a depth, including the audi-
torium of 160 feet.
The basement will not be all fin-

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from Beresford Thursday of last
week, Miss Lowrie visiting Mrs. IH.
K. DuBoise and Jack stopping at
the Hardeman House. Frank re-
turned home the next day.
Mr. Scott left Wednesday to at-
tend the reunion of the G A I in
Miss Ltna Sparkman returned
home Wednesday from her sojourn
in North Georgia. Her trip did her
lots of good and she says it was
splendid. Miss May Milburn
stopped in Jacksonville to visit
friends and remained until Friday
when she arrived home. She re-
ported that the excursion was A.
No. 1, but she was glad to get home.
Frank Alexander drove over from
Beresford in his auto Sunday.

Looks as if there was some great at-
traction here. But then we all
know Port Orange is a nice place.
Mrs. Robert Turner is visiting
Mrs. Frank Spaikmau.
Miss Belle Murray, of New
Smyrna, is visiting her aunt, Miss
Caroline McDonald.
A. .1. Hicks, the candy manu-
facturer, returned Tuesday night
from his summer outing. He visited
Detroit, New York, Boston and New
Mrs. Milburn returned home
Tuesday evening from her visit in
Georgia much improved in health

iseed at tis time, but rooms for the for her Aojourn among the Georgia
accomodatio of the kindergarten, hlls.
the boy" toilet and cloak rooms will
be finished. The basement story is N TO
eleven feet high and is on a level I N(G TO

with the grade.
The first floor will have six large
class rooms, 25x32 feet, offices for
the principal and the teachers, toilet
rooms, cloak rooms and a large au-
ditorium, 48x83 feet, with a seating
capacity of 1,000 fitted with stage,
balconies and all modern conven-
On the second floor is a high
school assembly room, 32x62, seat-
ing 100 pupils, three high school
rooms, 25x30 and two grammer
school rooms, 25x32. This floor
will also have toilets and cloak
The building will make a very
impuing appearance and arranged
very conveniently tor the purpose
for which it is being erected.
A great deal of credit is due to
the board, Mesrs Wilder, Jackson
and Rogers, for the untiring efforts
in making it possible for Daytona to
have this up-to-date and handsome
school structure.

September Teachers Examination

The regular September teachers'
examination will be held in Deland,
in the white and colored school
houses, respectively, beginningTues-
day morning, Sept. 7, at 9:00o'clock.
Attention is called to the follow-
ing recent ruling of the State Sup-
erintendent: "Every applicant for
a teacher's certificate in this State
shall be required to take the exami-
nation in his or her home county,
unless h or she at the time of the
examination shall present to the ex-
aminer a written permit from the
State Superintendent of Public In-
struction, entitling him or her to
take the examination elsewhere."

KINGSTON, Aug. 25-Mrs. Jas
Baxter and daughter, of Oak Hill,
and Mrs. A. E. Cordis and child, of
St. Augustine, spent Sunday at The
Drew Jordan, a former resident of
this place, having sold out at Blake,
has returned with his family and is
again domiciled on North Mulberry
The county convicts have about
finished the street work in Kings-
ton and are now working on the
Port Orange road south of Daytona.
Miss ILonie Turner has purchased
the property owned by Mrs. J. B.
Dunegan, on Bay street, Daytona,
and will occupy the house with C.
D. Smiley's family the approaching
winter season.
J. D. Vann, Sr., and daughter,
Miss Mabel, of Shiloh, were gues's
at the Ferndale Sunday.
Arthur Yelvington, who has been
sick for a few days with fever ar.d
cold, is rapidly recovering his
Jesse Yelvington came up from
Titusville Tuesdav anti is stop-
ping for a few days with his
son, Arthur, at the boarding house
He is negotiating the sale of his
former home at Holly Hill.
Our Kingston bachelors, C. E
Bonner and Nevin McClellan, have
changed their base of operations
from their old hall on Mulberry
street to one of the Turner cottages
on Ridgewoxd.

Moore Bros Co. Stock Sold.

Miss Kelley on her residence lot has the
framework up and boarded. It has five
rooms and is to be modern throughout.
Mrs. W. A. Baggett, who has been.
spending a vacation among the goober
grablers, arrived Monday afternoon
from Atlanta. She reports a splendid
Mrs. J. M. Platt, her son, Edgar, and
friend, Miss Bock. of Orlando, are occu-
pying the Eustis beach cottage and are
here for a month.
Mrs C. O. Williams. of St. Augustine,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Timmons,
and family for a few days this week.
Mrs. M. J. Murphy and children re-
turned Sunday afternoon from a week's
visit with her father at Orange Mills.
Mrs. Harry J. Wilson and children,
who have been spending the month on
the beach, returned Thursday to their
home at Sanford.
C. B. Poor arrived home from his trip
to Minnesota. He surprised his wife by
bringing with him a little girl whom he
adopted from the State Public School
for Orphans of Minnesota.
Mrs. 0 L. Varderman,of Jacksonville,
and Mrs. Jas. Kincaid, of Daytona
were visitors at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Timmons, on Grandview avenue,
Monday afternoon.
Mrs. J. C Ireland and family, who are
located on Earl street for the month,
leave next week for their home at Pa-
Contractor Bradshaw has made things
hum on the Farrell grounds the past
ten days. A two-story garage is framed
and boarded, and he is well along with
the foundation work.
Mrs. Elma G. Stevens and friend, Mrs.
Warren, who have been here for a month
past at Mrs. Stephens' pretty cottage,
leave today tor Sanford.
S. E. Gilmore, who spent Sunday with
his family, rets raed to Glenvood by
train Monday morning on account of an
accident to his motor car.
Miss Mary Lou Eaves is expected her e
this week from Orlando, and will spend
a few days with Mrs. S. E. Gilmore.
Dr. Houghton came over from Day-
tona Saturday evening and visited Post-
master E. F. Britton and nephew, Mr.
Jetton, at The Glenwood, until Monday
morning. Dr. Houghton brought his
Victor along, and Saturday and Sunday
evenings the neighbors and friends
gathered at the Glenwood and enjoyed
the evenings with some of the finest
musical celebrities of the day. Refresh-
ments were served and a social evening
J. Ralph Wilcox and wife came down
from the Tomoka last Saturday, and are
enjoying a few days at their Halifax
river home before starting north. They
sail from Jacksonville for Baltimore
The receipts from the minstrel show
at Wilmans' opera house last Wednes-
day night were reported as something
over $160. The Gem City Minstrels
expect to repeat the performance at
New Smyrna some time soon.
The Ladies' Sewing Circle met with
Mrs. Evernden Wednesday for another
quilting. The ladies are talking up a
public library, and it is quite likely a
reading room will be opened for the
pleasure of the public for the coming
Mrs. Sistrunk. her children and sister,
Miss Atkinson, will leave the latter part
of the month for the mountains of Ten-
nessee. They are among our regular
summer tourists, and have many friends
in the community.

last vesper services of the season will be
held at the Seaside Inn Sunday. Rev.
Stanton will conduct the meeting.
On account of the steady down pour
of rain last Sunday forenoon no church
services were held
Mrs. O. L. Richards and two children,

The sale of the Moore Bros Co. Jessie and Branch, came over from De-
stock of god*,is to A. S. Allen, of Land the latter part of last week and
Siare visiting with Mrs. C. L. Horn and,
Fernatnliana, has heen conhirned by family on Peninsula Drive. Mrs. Rich-
the referee. C. F. Adams, of .Jack- ards and Mrs. Horn are sisters.
A l. VS-.-

iturs in town Monday. They cameI Lot of proof that Doan's Ki4dey Vi'il.
over front DeLand to review the do this.
,it',a the bwet prof. for it,',omem frt,,m
case of S. Lane, who was committed the ltr it coatu frioa
T-* 'ay tota.
I ust June to the Criminal Court for J Colwer. Mte ., i erl ,f
e unnitting an assault on a twelve- Daytuna. Fla.. says: "I '.ansipak in Iwhalf
year old colored girl. After a hear- of IDan'o s Kidney Pills from itrsonal 'x-
ing they all returned to DeLand. trience. Backa-lw he lunl to lmr fior it
Mir Putnam, of Ohio, who bought hong inme and there was a sore-
ne4s in ulvy loins mid kidule% s.
property on the peninsula last I could not stoop without having sharp
winter, was in town this week pain dart through inm and lwhe.n
making arrangements about build- attempting to regain an rt-r.-t Iwoitim.
ing. He was accompanied by Mr. I wo"ld suffer inten.sely. My kihwin.s
Hartwell, a contractor, who will W erso nea that Ih seenvlle to hk\l- l,
S- olltrtol ,ov.r the .se'retioni, .iil iit
Koon return and put up a fie reia- night it was no uJhe nlEciimolan thing
dlence for him. for ime to rise- .ix o)r seven time-s.
Mrs. Pollard and daughter, of De- At length I ,prou-tred Doua '
Land, who are spending a few Kidney Pills at HtInkins' drug l tor.
weeks at Seabreeze, were guests of ir d to kthtrouble. I present fr-elt
from kidney trouble. 1 r-allv l.0el
Mrs. Frank Colby this week. ten veals yougertibe- I ead l)an.s
tell YVarst YVounge^r s) t" 1 *i--d Doafl.s
(;. A. Carleton has just completed Kiilne-v Pills. Is
about 3(0 feet of sea wall along the For sale by all dealers. Price .5 cents
front of the V. I. A., the church and Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y., sole
II. Bristol's property, also a cemuent agents for the United States.
Remember the name-- Il)oan's--and
walk up t the V. I. A rooms. tak no other.
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* *****.S** ***O* ***** Baby Took Stroll in the Rain.
SSunday morning, between ten and
Eleven o'clock, H. S. Miller, while
4 sitting on the front porch of his
NARD, Editor. residence on South Palmetto avenue,
00- ---- -----WW -* ~noticed a little child about three
)ak avenues or give bond to protect years of age wandering down the
he town. This was on complaint of street alone and without any pro-
itizens that the porch encroached on section from the rain which was
.ive Oak avenue proper. falling steadily. He secured an
Mrs H. F. Thompson, who has been mrella and followed te c
pending thesummer with friends and umbrellaandfollowed the child t
relatives in New Jersey, arrived home see that it came to no harm, think-
Tuesday. ing that it belonged somewhere in
Mr. and Mrs. Horace F. Stewart, the the immediate neighborhood but
uave host and hostess of the Seaside afterithad passed Ivy Lane and
nn, gave a delightful bridge party at still continued southward, calling
he Inn last Thursday afternoon, in ll continued southward, calling
compliment to Mesdames Miller and at times for "mama," he decided he
lerndon, of Sanford, who were to leave must be wrong in his surmise.
Dn Friday on their return home, after a About this time a little girl cane
pleasant sojourn at the seaside. Six along who said she knew where the
ables were set, ard the refreshments ild l but did not know its
served at the close of the game were child lived, but did not know its
mainly and elaborate. The prizes a name.
lock and hand-painted plate, were won Before they reached the place,
by gentlemen, who captured the highest tof the railroad on Magnolia
cores, viz., Mers. L. C. Hester, of o the railroad on Magnolia
Williston, first and Sidney Brown, of avenue, the mother of the little one
Palatka second prize, appeared, frantically searching for
Attorney U. M. Bennett. wife and it. She had gone to church taking
granddaughter, Miss Edna, of DeLand, with her a smaller infant and leav-
came over last Friday and are pleas- ing this one, as she supposed, i,
mintly located at tLe Surf Crest
Mrs. James L. Wilcox and little son, charge of some older children. Ihl
Henry, arrived Saturday from -a two- when she returned they hal no,
months' visit with relatives and friends idea what had become of the child
in Kentucky. which had evidently wandered (ff
Mrs. E. A. Strunk, three children and insearch of her.
sister, Miss Annie Wimberly, who were
here the early part of the season and
returned home, arrived from (aines-
ville Monday afternoon and will spend /
several weeks at Ocean Spray. H OLLY Hll L I
Eugene Johnson has recently con- HOLLY ILL I
structed what is called a surf board, aI."4' .
he and his wife had tite sport at the HOLLY HILL, Aug. 25 -S.tur-
beach last Thursday afternoon riding
-,, day morning early Mr. and Mrs. A.
the waves. It is a "new wrinkle" that
is taking well with surf bathers Eugene R. Carter and Capt. and Mrs. I'eath
got the idea from Collier's Weekly. left on the launch "Eleanor" for St.
The young people of tre Seaside Inn Augustine. They break fasted on
enjoyed a game of 500 on Friday even board and by the time they reached
ing. Three tableswere set. Dancing Smith Creek bridge dishes were
and refreshments followed the game.mith ree bridge dishes we
Preston G Prevatt, of DeLand, won washed and everything stowed
gentleman's first prize; Miss Leola Hes- away. The suction dredge is work-
ter, of Williston, won ladies' first prize; ing at the northern edge of the
Miss Julia Kingston, consolation; Miss canal, and does not leave much
Brown, booby.
Brown, botby. room for boats to pass. On near-
Claude L'Engle, formerly editor of the
Tallahassee Sun, and candidate for inc Summer Haven a squall struck
United States Senator, spent last Thurs- them and they sheltered under the
day at the Inn. bank until most of the storm was
Ward Gould, prominent real estate over but reached St. Augustine all
man of DeLaud, started from home in ght a t .e On
his motor car Sunday morning to bring
his family back with him. The car return trip next day they went
broke down and he was on the road all ashore at old Fort Matanzas. It
day. seems a pity that some steps should
M. W. Lipe, A.L. Bell and W. E. note taken to preserve this his-
Bell came over from Sanford for a day's tor landmark as it is fastco
outing on the beach and were guests atco
the Inn Sunday. They made the trip ing apart and unless repaired will
in Messrs. Bell's automobile. soon Ie nothing but a heap of rocks.
Saturday arrivals at the Daytona In spite of the rain which ftll all
Beach Hotel were as follows: Rev. Ott, the artv had a good time.
Mrs. C. J. Richards, (Gainesville; Miss
Elisabeth Reynolds. Mrs. ) S Robin- Tuesday Mrs. H. A. Carter. Mr .
son, Mi-s Grace Myers, E. H. Gore. Or- C. S. Harris and daughter, Zilpulb,
lando; Miss Emma Cannons, H. P. Wal- left for Jacksonvilie to sail the next
terse, DeLand. dry for New York. It is thirty-two,
Mr. and Mrs. Merchant and daughter. y n at ist h
Sallie, of Gainesville, are guests at Surf years since Mrs. Carter visited her
Crest. old home. Their many friends here
Mrs. Barze and daughter, Ruth, who wish them a pleasant trip and l,>n
have been enjoying the summer visiting voyage.
Mrs. Barze's mother in Ohio, have gone j
to Charleston, W. Va, from which point i
they start for home in a week .or two. BLoCKADED

S-- IEverv Household Ia Daytoa Should

I ORNIOND JI Kaw Mow to Resist it.
SThe lwHk ahes liecause thle kidners
/ are thkac'kdd.
ORMOXD, Aug. "5 -Judges Mc- A lp tlw kidanaev. with tlhir work.
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*Stop! Are you getting your
money's worth? Our goods are guar-
anteed as represented. The best at
lowest prices. Geo. H. Clark,

O eWe want to be your jewelers.
That's the reason we are spending
oar cash for this "add." All goods
engraved free. Price always right.
L. H. ROWE & Co., The Jewelers.
S U. J. White was in the city Sat-
urday from Dupont.
A. P. Jones was a Palatka visitor
S from Sunday until Monday.
0 Sheriff E. L. Smith brought over
three more reruits for the convict
gang Friday afternoon of last week.
S Mills' restaurant will open about
the first of October. 12-2
.. County Solicitor Bert Fish and
E. L. Poe, the A. C. L. Ry. agent at
j DeLand, were Daytona visitors last
W. 0. Lumpkin returned Monday
from Tampa where he had joined
Mrs. Lumpkin over Sunday at his
?.> sister's in that city.
" W. 11. Wright has a force of men
engaged in finishing the outside
painting at The Oaks on North
S ilgewood avenue, from which job
they will go to the Seabreeze school.
*Dr. Houghton, dentist, west end
South Bridge. Peck block, phone 32.
The third quarterly meeting for
the Kinpston Methodist Church for
the current year will be held next
Sunday, the 29th. Preaching by
the presiding elder morning and
HN Father J. F. O'Boyle, rector of
St. Paul's church, writing from
Philadelphia to friends here, says
| Daytona is the place to spend the
summer, if one wants to bbe com-
*Guavas cheap, write for price.
E. Charles Gifford, Vero, Fla. 12-5
Mrs. Max Hoeck, whose home is
at the southern end of the Mosquito
Lagoon, stopped over on her way
south Monday afternoon for a short
visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Myers
on South Palmetto avenue.

The Misses Nannie and Susie
Dunn and Annie Connor, of Bristol,
Tenn., are visiting with their uncle,
J. F. Dunn, and family on Bay
street, having accompanied J. F.
Duna, Jr. They will remain here
fao a couple of months.
S Phone 28 will call for your clean
': ipg and pressing. O. S.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Byne, of
Fairview avenue, are occupying the
Iliven cottage on the ocean beach,
Daytona Beach for a couple of weeks
or more. Mr. Byne is doing the
mason work on the Geo. S. Farrell
building for Contractor W. D. Brad-
a haw.
: ; Collars 2 cents, all style of shirts
10 cents, with work left and calledd
S" for at Daytona Steam Laundry. if
Father Curley, of DeLand, was in
j the city from Saturday until Mon-
day afternoon, when he left for St.
Augustine before returning to the
county seat. Father Curley had
services both on Sunday and Mon-
day morning at St. Paul's Catholic
'S or 6 doses "666" will cure any
caf of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
Mi~ H. G. Wilson, Mrs. H. Harts
born's mother, who has been visit-
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Hartshorn
since last fall, departed last Satur-
day for Cincinnati, Ohio, where she
+ij will remain for a time with a son
- and his wife and then go on to
: Brooklyn, N. Y.
You save $2 per M by using home
brick. Pearl Grit Artificial Stone Co.,
tf Seabieeze, Fla.

C. P. Childs, colored, died last
Monday at his home in Midway aged
50 years. The interment was at
Miss Christian Meriweather, of
Winter Park, arrived in the city

C. M. Rogers made a business Tuesday for a visit with Mrs. C. B.
trip to Oak Hill Tuesday afternoon, Abbott on Bay street.
returning Wednesday. Misffi et Lynch, who has
Dr. Houghton will give a Victor been visiting with her father and
Musicale from the top of the Yacht sisters on Fairview avenue, departed
Club this (Saturday) evening at 7:30. Thursday morning on her return to
New York.
Mrs. Wm. Pent, of Myrtle avenue,ew
was a Jacksonville visitor from Mrs. M. A. Norwood, who has
Tuesday until Wednesday of this been visiting with her sister, Mrs.
week. B. H. Williamson, on Loomis
iss Josie Bullock, who has been avenue for several weeks, left Thurs-
.r s Bu h t, i day afternoon for her home in Ocala.
the guest for the past mouth of heray afternoon forer home caa.
cousin, Miss Julia Stewart, depart- Mrs. A. R. Harper, who has been
ed for her home in Ocala Thursday. visiting with her brother, James
.. KIincaid and fanmir on Vo Iia;

TIf you don't believe fireless cook-
ers will cook, call at Our Store.
S. H. Gove, contractor for the new
school house, started a frcet of men
to work last week clearing up the

avenue, left Tuesday for Jackson-
ville enroute to her home in Gaines-
Mrs. T. L. Rodgers and daughter,
M;-o RPtk la(t lnat ....,. Maw^,,

ground for the erection of the built- ""2' "" ut' o ,,w
ing. I York and- Boston, spending most of
their time at West Summerville,
Mrs. F. M. Davidson arrived near the latter city. They will re-
Tuesday afternoon from Cincinnati turn in the fall.
and joined Mr. and Mrs. W. Mrs. Carl Weer returned
Rodgers and Mrs.'Brower and chil- Monday l eight from New York,
dren on the beach. Monday night from New York,
where she had been visiting for a
The union religious open air ser- couple of months with her son, Win.
vices, postponed last Sunday b -. Wehner, and family. Mrs. Wehner
cause of inclement weather, will be Iwas greatly benefitted by her trip
held at the postoffice corner tomor- noith.
row evening at 7:30. ]
row evening at 7 IG. C. Freeman, of Guthrie, Okla,
Dick Stillman, in the employ of was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. G.

the F. E. C. Ry. at Jacksonville and
a son of J. E. Stillman, collector of
the port ot Pensacola, was a Daytona
visitor last Saturday.
+Stetson University at DeLand
has taken a powerful hold on the
best homes of Florida. See an-
nouncement page two.
C. R. Simionds, who has been
spending a two weeks' vacation in
this city, returned to Jacksonville
Wednesday, leaving Mrs. Simonds
for a more extended visit with rela-
*I have just installed an opti-
cian's work room outfit, thereby en-
abling me to fill all my own pre-
scriptions also broken lenses same
day. Nevill H. Clark,
Mrs. Godfrey Meritz and children
came down from Harwood last Sun-
day for a visit with Mrs. Meritz'
mother, Mrs. Bertha Wehner, on
First avenue. Mr. Meritz will join
them today.
Mrs: I. A. Bernard expects to
leave Monday for Monteagle, Tenn,
where she will visit with her sister,
Mrs. D. D. Salmon, of Senotolia,
Miss., during September.
"For the next ten days the Halifax
Furniture Co. will offer at greatly
reduced prices all furniture and
house furnishings to make room for
new fall goods. They have some
ra-e bargains.
Miss Emma Abercrombie returned
last Saturday night from a several
weeks' outing at Hendersonville,
N. C., to take charge of the store
while Mr. Gardiner is in New York
buying goods for the winter's busi-
tAutomobile tires and inner tubes
vulcanized at Oliver's garage

The residents of Ivy Lane are de-
bating the return to that quarter of
the absent mayor, F. D. Spring, and
his excellent wife, since the promul-
gation of the new ordinance by Act-
ing Mayor J. 1). C. Morris. It is
possible that as a last resort a
special act will be passed for Mayor
Spring's benefit.
"Wanted by middle-aged man and
wife chance to manage winter hotel
in the South. Have had 24 years
experience in the hotel business and
can furnish best of references.
Would go as clerk and wife as
housekeeper or some light work.
W. I. Stevens, The Weirs. N. N... or

Williamson on South Ridgewood
avenue, from Friday of last week
until Sunday. Mr. Freeman, who
was a childhood friend of Mrs. Wil-
liamson, came south to look up some
intended land purchase.
Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. A.
K. Brokaw entertained a small
company of friends in honor of the
Misses Harriet and Jessie Lynch,
who have been visiting with their
father and sisters on Fairview
avenue. A pleasant time was spent
at games and music, after which
light refreshments were served.
Miss Grace' Lainhart, of West
Palm Beach, stopped over in this
city from Tuesday until Thursday
with Miss Florence Crocker, while
on her return from a trip north in
the interest of Grasmere Lodge, a
Twentieth Century School for Girls,
which she conducts at West Palm
It is rumored that V. C. Grant, of
Daytona Beach, has purchased the
bicycle business of G. L. Johnson
on North Beach street and will con-
duct his plumbing business in the
building in combination with it.
Mr. Johnson retains, it is said, the
automobile branch of the business
which he will remove to the east
. side of the river.

J. B. Crocker, who for the past
six years, held the position of treas-
urer of the town of Seabreeze, but
is now ineligible through his resi-
dence in the city, turned over the
books Thursday afternoon, to his
successor, Major E. E. Britton. His
books tallied to a cent with the
bank account throughout the time
of his incumbency.
The F. E. C Ry. excursion to
Tampa leaving here Tuesday, was
quite well patronized, something
over one hundred persons, white
and colored, boarding the train at
this place, while there were a num-
ber of coaches well filled with ex-
cursionists, picked up north of this
station, and Port Orange New
Smyrna and Lake Helen were still
to contribute their quota. The
usual band aboard the train enliv-
ened the occasion during their stop
During the northeast squall last
Saturday afternoon, two of .1. L.
Wallace's outside show cases were
capsized, breaking the glass and
much of the china displayed and
scattering pieces of jewelry along

Word was received the forepart Daytona Gazette-News. the street. A number of children
of the week of the serious illness, at who were in tlhe store at the time
Mr. and Mrs. 1. J. Price and little
tarke, of the mother of Ed. Sulli- i R. ith to t rendered great assistance in collect-
soilaccompanied R. .. Smith to St.
w. n, of First avenue and R. F. Sul- son a nies g the various articles beig buff-
va, who has been conducting the Auustine in hs aultolnohile M lurs- ete about by the wind. The dan.
iarblar shop at Daytona Beach, and ay o last wek l eet Mrs. Smith ae amounted t a mne twenty-five or
the latter left t once for Starke, od little daughter on their way thirty dollars.
ad afternoon. ho from the North. The pa'yl
Sateroon. ...... n.atna. RSatnravl ir Mr ,andl \IMrs T Pt.wk O

Hon. James E. Alexander was a
Daytona visitor from DeLand Thurs-
William Conrad left Saturday
morning for Ocala, where he is
visiting his sister, Mrs. J. E. Rush.
+Our ice cream cones are on a
par with our cream and candies.
J. A. Shanks & Son.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lapp and
children, of the House of Refuge
north of Bulow, were Daytona visit-
ors the first of the week.

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Members of the Several Unions
Wil Join In a Parade on
Monday, Sept. 6th.
A special meeting of the Central
Labor Union was held last Monday
night to consider plans for a fitting
celebration of Labor Day, Monday,
Sept. 6, delegates from the three

T. H. Ferguson, of First avenue, affiliated bodies, the painters,
has been suffering this week from a masons and carpenters, being pres-4
severe case of ivy poisoning, his ent.
arms being particularly affected.' It was decided to turn out in a
The Gem City Minstrels, which body in uniform and to invite the
gave a most successful performance Ifriends of organized labor to join
at Seabreeze recently, will play at with them in a street para and al
New Smyrna Thursday night of were enthusiastic as to a successful
SThe council selected P. J. Haw-
H household Furniture For Sale.- lcy to act as marshal and Rev. D. H.
I will sell all my household furni-, Rutter and C. F. Burgman have
ture at private sale at my residence ea invited to deliver address.
on Bay street. Mrs. J. B. Dunagan. The Citizens Band has agreed to
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Brown, who furnish music for the occasion.
have been visiting with Mrs. Brown's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. 31. Mab- Will Be Wedded ptember 8.
bette, left yesterday afternoon for! Invitations have been issue for
Kissimmee. the wedding of Archie
Miss Florence A. Crocker, who Jones and Miss Lucie reedes
Canova, Sept. 8th, at the me of
has been spending her summer va- nova, Sep 8th, at rthe ofL
'cation with her parents, Mr. and the brides parents, Mr Mrs. L.
Mrs. J. B. Crocker. on Palmetto C. Canova, of Palatka.
avenue, will leave tomorrow after- Mr. Jones is the popular young
noon for Chicago l., ;agent of the F. E. C. Ry., at this
place and Miss Canova a charming
A recent letter to Mrs. M. J. young lady of Palatka.
Holmes from Mrs. John Blymyer at.
Chattanooga, stated that Mr. illy- Excursionists Return.
myer was very much better and if Mayor E. W. Greene headed the
his condition continued to improve delegation of Tampa excursionists
they would soon return to their and among others noted were Messrs.
home in this city. T. F. Curtis, F. L Middleton, Will
D. D. La Rue, advance agent of Hamilton, W. K. Mac Beth, Cecil
the Chickasha Indian Baseball Club, McDonald and Mesdames C. M. Mc-
was in the city from Wednesday Donald, G. J. VandeVord, M. H.

until Thursday, arranging with, Zuber, R. H. McDunald, H. Schrag,
Manager Nash for an afternoon and N. Erickson, J. B. Ilinsky, W. W.
night game with the local team, Austin and children, and the Misses
Wednesday, Sept. Myrtle and Violet Zuber. All re-
Mrs. M. J. lolmes has purchased port a pleasant trip and good weath-
the three houses on Third avenue er, but say it is refreshing to get
n 1 e 1 p a back to Daytona's freshness and
known as the Ibach property and
elam- linessr after the rime and s oil

will at once improve them by rais-
ing the buildings, thoroughly over-
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of Tampa.

nauling ntem au n iting rtem up Improving Residence.
for flats for rental purposes. .
for flats for rental purposes. Contractor S. H. Gove is making
The second ball game between some very noticeable alterations and
the Fats and Leans come off Thurs- improvements in the I. L. Arm-
day afternoon. The game was too strong residence, corner Ridgewood
one-sided to prve of interest, the and Magnolia avenues. An addi-
Leans winning by a score of 27 to 1. tion has been made on the second
A fair-sized audience witnessed the floor on the south side of the house,
brilliant playing of both sides the upper story faced with stained
Rev. A. L. Abercrombie, pastor of shingles, coquina piers have been
the First Baptist church, will enjoy placed under the house and a base-
a vacation on the beach during the ment excavated. Improvements
month of September, and during have also been made in the garage.
that time evening services will be Among the shrubbery and flowery
suspended, but morning services plants about this residence are
will be-held as usual with a supply., numerous specimens of the hand-
,. : some poincettta and W. W. Led with,
Miss Olive Tufft, who is assisting some poicett nd W. Ledwith,
Mrs. M. J. Holmes in her dressmak-who is in charge, has recently
ig depart t, has purchased of planted a fine bed of rose bushes,
ing department, has purchased ofsurroundedy salvias, on the north
r. It 1 t-r,. surrounded by salvias, on the north
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Rev.. Ur'. J a. arsons e r 1111 alarm
known as Alligator Point on the
peninsula opposite Holly Hill and
L. W. Baylor is in charge of the
place and occupying the house with
his family.
S. H. Gove has secured the con-
tract for the erection of a California
bungalow for Vic Bluon mield on the
J. N. [avis property on South
Ridgwood which Mr. Bloomeheld
purchased last winter. Work will
be commenced as soon as some dis-
position can be miade of the old

Tarpon in Northern Waters.
A one hundred and thirty seven
pound tarpon was caught off Bart-
lett's Reif. Long Island Sound, re-
cently. It is very unusual to catch
tarpon so far north and .1. B. Moore,
of Hartford, Conn., writes E. T
Conrad, of this place, that Florida
is not the only State in the union,
after all, and that hereafter north-
ern fishermen will not have to
come to Florida to, rach the king of
game fish.

ttooked Alligator.

An alligator about iive feet in
'length has been making it- house in
Sthe little bay west of anmid beatlith ht
bicycle store of I. 1E. .1. hninn t
1 t P,,l ,f ti t i M idl. l.. h .i r.. n. l

side of the house.

SmajI Colored Boy Arrested.
Tom Pervell, a small colored
youth who has been guilty of much
pilfering about the city, was arrest-
ed by Marshal Myers Tuesday after-
noon on complaint of Mrs. W. W.
Cartor on Volusia avenue. The boy
had entered the Carter residence
Monday afternoon while no one was
about and abstracted a bottle of
ginger ale from a refrigerator and
two dollars from Mrs. Carter's
pocketbook. Mrs. Carter pieced the
evidence together and the arrest fol-
lowed. Tom was before Justice
Titus Wednesday morning and was
taken to New Smyrna by Mr.
Myers in the afternoon and turned
over to Sheriff Smith. He will prob-
ably be held on the charge of vag-
rancy and because of his youth will
be sent to the State Reform School
at Mariana.

From Summer to Fall.
The backbone of the summer was
broken last Saturday afternoon with
the advent of a heavy squall of wind
and rain from the northeast, shift-
ing later to the east. It had all the
earmark- of the regular fall blow
and the -hange il the atamospl here
was at once perceptible.
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Complete COas Plants IPstned.

Plumbing and Heating Spplies.

Brass and ialv. Pipe and Fittings.

Fairbanks & Morse Engines & Pumps.

Niagara Hydraulic Rams.

Ireland Pipe Wrenches

Jf OSNE 1!, Tk

Phone 96.

11 Orange Avenue.



E. L. bTEWART Fitzgerald & Oates
Physician and Surgeon1 Attorneys at Law
Special attention to diseases of the cial Aetion to r iing and
and residence, Magnolia avenue, 3rd Perfecting Land Titles.
door west of P. 0., telephone 82.
doace hours 9a. m.to9p. Conrad Block, DAYTONA, FLA.

G. A. KLOCK COar. Landis BnerFis
Physician and Surgeon LANDIS & 1ISH
A-iociated with R.O. Cooley, M. P. Attornev at Law
MpeCial attention given to diasesse of Practicing In all Rtate and Federal
th EKyr, lvyr, Nowa and Throat. omftier CortL. Civil or Criminal bustnessg iv-
hours: to a I to 4 and to o p.. jen careful attention. Speal faielties
ourtotoand top. orlavet and ting titles.
IHomeopathic Physician I velusa county Abstract, Investment
No. 453 North Beach Street i and Title Insurance Company.
No. 4 North Beach Street. i Abstracts furnished and UUes perfeet-
Office Hours, 12:30 to 2:30 and 6-00 ed. Maps, Plats and Blue Prnt sup-
to 7:.0 i Pdk BertFlak Pres;Carey.D.Landis,
Telephone No. 122. IsAmd res opposite Volusla Co.

ROY HOWE. M. D.- D. I). & C. M. ROGERS
Physician and Surgeon. Civil Engineers
Office and residence: 123 So. Ridge- DAYTONA and
wood Avenue, opp Ridgewood Ho- Offices MIAMI, FLA.
tel. Phone 175. Office hours: 9 to
11 a. m., 2 to 4and 6:30 to 8 p.m. Daytona Office Established 1875

S. H. GOVE Daytona Private Hos-
pital and Sanitarium
Architect Builder and Every faclityforthe proper tnreaent
Sand care olfedleal and urgical cases.
Contractor Eltrial rained n
quiet surroundings. Special attention
Residence and office, northeast cor- given to all patients. Terms on appli-
ner Ridgewood and Volusia ave. cation. No '. s. A nesach Daytona.
Phone 89. Daytona, Fla Physician in CBarge.
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Seven Wonders Mie. Tussaud Had an Exciting

Squ rels. FRwers. Br ds nd Fruts.
Whatever one's shortcomings and
however indifferent or eve i callous one
may be to many things, the mere men
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds an<
ruits" will send a thrill that is reflected
in distended pupils and pricked ears.
For every visitor with a spare "goo
ber" there is a bunny ready to come ou
and accept your gift. He will sit bol
upright and gnaw into the meat, casting
furtive, saucy glances at you meanwhile
Flowers! Usually fresh and blooming,
the year 'round. In one yard- roses c
variegated hues predominate, another
has a penchant for the poinsettia and
the premises are aflame; another is hid
den in a jungle of tall cane.
The birds flit in, and with their joyou
notes help to give fullness and symme
try to the picture.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, )Day
tona yields the palm to none for quality
and quantity per acre. There are score
of citrus groves in proximity to the cit3
branches bending to the earth with their
burdens of luscious golden globe.

The Fatest Atos And The Fiaet Out.
Here is where world's records for speed
are broken with every recurring season.
Autos the biggest, the fastest and the

and Dramatic Career.


Baytema's lac- ralM Ocean Beach.
One of Daytona P crowning glories is
her incomparable beach. No one who
ever set foot upon its smooth, packed
sands; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever
drove a prancing pair of horses and list-
ened to the popping of their steel shoes
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one
who ever steered a high-power automo
bile down the broad stretch of wave-
washed and surf-packed sand but real-
ized that it is. a world-beater, a world-
wonder. Go stand upon this wide
speedway and see the happy souls flit
by in joyous mood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven modern
The PMdd. Peludd ftlt River.
Where think you is water with more
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta-
tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-
randa's looking out upon her bosom,
gamey food fishes in countless numbers
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
which sit about as if for the sport of
bobbing upon her waves; watch that
lubberly old white headed pelican pouch
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk str.g-
gling upward with his floundering load
he snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick and
span, their hampers and lockers bulging
with refreshments both solid an i liquid,
ready for a crmse upon her beautiful
surface. Take out your field glass and
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to
Ponce Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
the modem wonders.
Th e fch-tirgy Pctresqe Rmudewood.
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
and the wide-spreading branches of the
heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their
giant arms across this magnificent vista,
forming an arch, and from these extend-
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
fan them. Looking straight ahead down
this whiteiell street one has the im-
pression of a fairy path with elfihl dra-
peries, but as you move along and cast
an eye first to the right and then to the
left you see distinguished cottage homes
in the most delightful settings.
Barm sl emtasay at Our Cette nmes.
No one of Daytona s attractions, per-
haps; commands more nearly universal
attention and praise than does the artis-
tic cottage. The owners of these charm-
ing villas hail from every corner of the
country and they bring their own archi-
tectural plans and build upon them.and
as the architecture of one section of the
country differs from the architecture of
another so do our homes differ in out-
ward appearance and structural beauty
from one another. There are no monoto-
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings
but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated
to a kaleidoscopic change which keep
the mind wondering "What next?"
Streetsse Pavemats the Mest nd Best.
Why the Architect of the Universe
chose to give to Daytona the most ad-
mirable, the most pIcturesque natural
setting of all the cities of the South if
not revealed but that such is a fact
must be apparent to the most superficial
observer. With such lavish wealth ol
natural beauty it became an easy thin
for the hand of man to give the little
finishing touches which have brought
out the colors and outlines of the bi1
Man did all this in the laying out o1
the streets with their wide margins ol
package, the entire city becomes a
great park
'And as for pavements, pavement
that look and act like granite,-where
else between the eastern and western
seas are so many miles in proportion te
inhabitanteT Till some unheard-o
place reports more and better, Daytoni
throws down the gauntlet to the world.

The opoataOg rmadMlaa wesorted to
blows. Friends rubed In to sepamt* I
them. Each struggled to get at the
other. Candidate No. 1. seeing the
extremely violent efforts of candidate
No. 2, crled out: "More of you men
, iA OwansnmE One man can hold

The HOnMymeon.
The honeymoon Tas no definite du-
ration, but 1e longer or bhorter accord
tug as the temper of the high contract-
ing parties determines. or their rela-
tlves or the weather, -or the mode or
tha comanratiwv cost of travellng and


hregulmaritie For Which Science Can-
not AIogether Account.
The sun is generally looked u1pon as
a Imode of regularity whirh never

During That Era of Bloodshed She
Modeled Some of the Heads That Fell
by the Guillotine and Was For a
Time In Prison Herself as a Suspect.
This Is the. story of M me. Tussaud.
who was born in Berne in IT7i and
died in London in 1850. and who. dur-
ing the stormy time of the French rev-
olution. modeled in wax .s:me of tifl
beads that fell by the iguillotiae
Marie Gresholtz was the daughter of
an aid-de-camp of Ci-nl'ral Wurnaser
in the Seven tYelrs' war. She was
born after the dieatli of thetr faner.
Iler another w:;s the sister of Dr.
John (hristopler Clrtiut of Herne
This I r. (urt ins lhadl n ;lale many
anatmuilal :inl oilther Imodels in wax
and had ailtr;aiw-il tlie ailent'ion of the
Prin-e tide t'oti. This iobleiuna urged
Curtius to ,i-ott: t, l;Paris aeid establish
hinblelf a< :1 iln wax.
The (urttus studio I.-aiime the ren-
dezvou- of the fashionable world. and
in coninctllio' with this lie had a muse-
upl orf cirisities. Among his patrons
were Voltaire. leann .acques. Rous-
seau. Mtasoner. Mirabeau. Diderot, Ren-
janmin Franklin. Paul Jones and many
other notable persons.
In Ills visits to hils sister at Berue
Dr. Curtlus had taught his niee. Marie.
many of thle secrets of Iic:tdeling in
wax. She showed suc-h ability in this
that her uncle urged her mot her to
make a home with him in Paris and to
allow hint to adopt Marie as his daugh-
Marie began earnest study with Dr.
Curtius. and she was so skillful in
the modeling of wax flowers that this
art became a craze. Even the royal
personages in the palace took it up.
and Marie spent some time giving les-
sons to Mine. Elizabeth. the young sis-
ter of Louis XVI.
When the revolution broke out Dr.
Curtius took the side of the people and
sent for Marie to come from the pal-
ace. It was rather singular that two
of his wa models should have played
a foremost part in the opening scenes
of that awful period. In his collec-
tion of models was a bust of the min-
slter, Necker. father of Mme. de Stael.
and one of Philippe. duke of Or-
leans. Two days before the storming
of the Bastille a mob took these two
busts from his museum In the Palais
Royal, draped then iu black crape to
show their sympathy and started to
parade the streets with these.
As the procession filed across the
-Place Vendome a troop of dragoons
and one of the regiments charged. A
sword stroke cut the bust of Necker
in halves, and the man who was carry-
ing it was hit by a musket ball in the
leg and received the thrust of a sword
In his breast.
The bust of the Duke of Orleans
Escaped injury, but iu the fight to de-
fend it several persons were killed.
The soldiers made desperate efforts to
demolish it.
At the taking of the Bastille Dr, Cur-
tlus was active and for his services to
SFrance was rewarded lyv the national
Assembly. A ladge of honor was pre-
sented to him. and this was Inscribed
with the famous date and a memorial
of his bravery and patriotism. Ills
house was a favorite place of meeting
with the leaders of the revolution, so
I Marie had an opportunity to see them
s all.

There was only one time when Marie k, ....- ........ bla ;.etuli suiw ,-io i .... i
Amat uda e-niumark. ... .. lot :. bik 1. (Ire-ie sulb of pt of .. ..
was in any danger during this des- Iasah collier. .............e 2-.1 of lot a lb1k 1. tiree-ne ,ulb of pt of
operate period. She was "suspected" J.,o A. Bryant. .... ......u in 5 t ofe- 11 feetof l ot -2, hlk 1. ;reee. .ul)
and sent to prison. Here at the same Thomas Me Dani.els.. ....lots 5. 6, bik 2, t reiene..ul of pt Wlk .......
time was Muie. de Beauharnais. who M. Hararov. ............lot Is. ifk 2,(ireene ub of pt hk....
had barely escaped the guillotine and t'lara Jomns .. .........lots 14,211t k 2. (4rene sub of pt Iflk
who was later the Josephine of Napo- Manit"i- Jackson.........mlot a. lk 4, tireene sub of pt bk .......
leon Bonaiarte. lHer uncle was able May Meadows... .....lot a I-X4 of lot- 27. 2.~2. lk 4. pt tblk........
to get Marie's release from prison. and Addle Moor-. ...lots II. ik.. tk it. (ireeue srub pt hik
she came out In time to see the down- .. H P.rook-... lot 5, Pratts ub of
Su.amlm Hutler ........ lot Pral.s subi of ...............
fall of IRobespierre. Ianton and Des- MaMhutt. Ja .k ...... lot. Prat d suor .... ..... I
I MIan& I 1.. Jaeksou. .... lots -and 1>.a HilU Sky ul) of .... ..._. 2.
moulins. Mr,.. M-'l.eud Berrthuite-..!ot 5. Hiitke ub of ......... 1.2
In the days of their lower she had Viola Rcddlick ... ....lot 17. ......... .
been called to model the heads of l&:a Blmtuchnard ......... lot 21. .1.
many who fell by the guillotine. She .'o ...... .. .ots2.27..,'subo .. .2
was ohliged to take them just after the KEllimma KEuersoi ...... lo antd .s. ** 1 ... .
fall of the fatal knife. She did this WMaa"'l I.. .lackso .lot 14. ..... ... ,
awful work with the heads of poor Alex Moore .... ...... ..tots : aund -.......I. .
Marie Antoinette and of the Princess Ikor 'whit" ... .lot ** "- ... .. 2
Lamblalle. the qlueen's friend. When litdollf Ura uisrg east Il IIt of Ii i'. tl alu w 5 rt ofl e 14 Itt o
north 131) ft of .... .. ...... .. ... Its
the leaders suffered by the guillotine Ada ilocrker.. lot 18, lk 2, (. ...JackL; ui of 5
In their turn she modeled their heads. Lroh Z.aind-ra....... .lots I ad 2, 1bk 1. Edluoatd.-a i' sub or ti
After the revolution her uncle died. Chariotte Edwards ..lot7, h1k l.ilark'ssubof
and in 1795 she married M. Tiussaud. .Murthit A. .Iohn i .lot Ii, hlk 1, -- .
She could not overcome the shock of iskd Vellows Hall aIst I-2 of lot 15. ik V. Clarlk'a *.ub or f
her experiences during the revolution, E. Uullta-d .. wtst 1-2ofta est 1-2 of lot 14i. I'oppeil's -tib of
and she persuaded her husband to outh 1-2of north I1-2 of .. ... ... .
take her and the valuable collections I' .-. t'o""',,is south 2s1 ft of ea.-t 161 11 of lot i. Edluoud-tluo '
of wax models left her by Dr. Curtius I,-Ii-.. .... ofrouth 1-2 of ;5t.oot 1 .........l 4
over to Enrland. 'I.-w i.>1141. east .1 1 of w l it of u 175 t of lot 1 bik I KEd.
over to Enlglalnd. I olOUldSUIta'.iU o SoUth 1-2 Of.. ... 4
They established this collection in Ni ra,, .. N, ,n. Iorth l-2of w n of lot 1.'s 2uo)
the Strand. The collection was taken or sout- ................. t
all about the country, and in 1833 it Perry Murra;y ... lot 3. llk l, KIditold-ou,' -ub ubt south 1-2 of
was brought back to London and made HeuMry Mit'-lure lot 4. ik 1. .
a permanent exhibition. Her sons con- Al ita" Hubtrd. lot 5, blk i, -- -. 4
ducted the business, and she took an Virgli ia Lee.. lot 15. blk 2. -- 4
active share in this till she was eighty Paul watl ...a..a t let o nort h IA, ft of 1
years of age.-Boston Globe. '.s Morani a k. lot :.1 k 1. L.udag's su of part o .1
W --. mk nuipanpM ...lot., ik !.
.I .ruitn k Hiert ..... .lot 12. hik 2*!. .. .....
Naming Their Children. j i. I. .i .lim,.... .lot. 14. ,L Ik 2- I
It was a musical man who gave his i .ukr fox c. ot I. k .
four daughters the following names: ','. H. 'ol-ainuui .lot 4. tk -- --
Do-re, Mi-fa. So-la. Ti-do. The first es- osi t'oolan lot Ik .. -.
caped with the nickname Dora, the l-' "ie'hit' .iohio r ..Ir h k h -" -- 4
second answered Miffy. the third own- 4'. I4..l e-k-o .lot- 12. 31. lk l -. --
.M.I t'ok, lots .3. 1. 1lk i. .
ed up to Solly. while the youngest gen- H. -ol .-. lo. x 3.. tk 5pp Ik
rally got Tiddy. rH. r ... .ne ... .loxi ft t-t t. ( o tp Io lk 1. 1 i
The case of the musical man l1 MiueI M V. nl. lt. 1 2. l. udogs sUht .. I. 2.
matched by that of the provincial .1. -M. Hinjauatu south 1-2 of .
printer who named his children from 'M.,r\ H*. LoutIle-nl. ..... -outh 1-2 of
the type fonts he used-Ruby, Pearl, .Io-elpL williiataii .c t of .-iast 2. ,-h lo i
Diamond. The first two are no uncom- P. '. ount ..-It 2a 1-2' I of .
mon names for girls, only Ruby hap- M'*I!. lttak.r 1 .-ll-t:i .tf
opened to be a boy. He followed in hib vrv .,--s f .a .tn o r f ...
father's footsteps and afterward be- amuma 1.. l-ieaar, .lot 7. Hurlison A w., n'- -u u! .4
came a printer's manager in LodoQ L- it. ISumiti a- r'- l ji 4
came a printer's manager In LondoL.-- I. ...

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attributed to God's displeasure over
the result of the great battle of Lieg
Even today there are certain Irregu-
larittes of the sun that science cannot

altogether account for. These are the
so called sua spots-enormous dark
splotches which appear from time to
time on the solar disk and which are
supposed to have great Influence on
the atmospheric conditions of the
earth. Scientists have long studied
these phenomena, but neither their ex-
tent nor periodicity has ever been de-

Malformations among goldfish' are
produced by the Chinese by agitating
the fertilized eggs at a certain stage of
their development.

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Legal Notices
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Wn~H~ n'~-' 8

Iu County .ludtl's Court.
Volusia County, Plorida. k
Iln the matter of fthe" estate- of rnt-iL t .. ;.
tovddard. d eas-ld.
Notice ht-rerby gitvten to all creditor..
le-gattes, and all iprsou Lhaving any deL--
uaiAdsI against tIh- e-statei- of Kran-ir. I:. 4oil- I
dard, decrta.w-d, to premteilt the t-itlae- to tl,-
uuder-lIgUtd witbiu the tilale- pre-stril-d lby
law. or the- samL will I lburr d. t.
Kxer-utrix. with the W'ill Ainn-x--e.
F I1-uit Pub. July 24: halt pub. .e'pt. II.I
Notice to Non-Resident.
Il the- 'ircuilt 'ouJrt. M. v-
-nth ludliciall t'ircuit ili
;and for Volu.~mb c'ounti\.
1'. A. tuidie-r., t'ouplailtaint.
BrUjaiuill Mnason. individ-
ually ilnd aa Trustee, l.oln,
K. Mas)on. Willianl K.('urf
wrll. Kltliria l.. i'arwerl.
(irac'eThurniau and E. K.
Thurman, uarah J. Woltz.
individually and as Assig-
ne- of t'. '. Mutton, 4. t'.
Huttounald S. H. Willianmn
i audallothl-r peri oLmat -liaiim-
liux as heirs, udmliiibhtru-
Stors. eXte-ulor. or atsigJii'*
of any of the foregtoillg
Sp-r-tsons. lkt-f-nudaut.
To WVilliain tR. 'ursw-ll. Elutmir I1.. *':.ra -

oft. '. .uttonu. uttton alid S. H. Wil-
liamlaind ail olier pt-rson.% luimailmlint :i '
heirs, idtllnist rattors. **-cluorsi or :oI-ilii.'
of ally of t ihe foregoing I"-r-M 1s..
You are he-r-eb, requirerd to npl t, t tl-
Hill of t'oiiplainit Iltl h-remril lgail n i.'t ll in
the- bov- elttillt-tl t'ausel. on or I -tIor- Iih.-
4th I ay of tk-tolo-r. A. .I.., lar..
"Thel iytlutolum taze,-tt S,'-w,'" is h.-r.-l,)
td.'sgilut> tl n .tho nt-wsM .pt-i i a lict tli-
order shall I e pulliheid bin'c-- ma at-e-k
for eieglt Cout-t-citiv- w4t-'k%.
Wiitne-s nlly haliel aitil of ottic..- thi
2lrd duay of July, A. I1.. ls1a.
tMgAI.) MAM3'I.. I. J.ItIAX.
('li-rk ('irc-uit t'olrt.
Fitzgerahlld a t at .t.
Molliclors for ('oumplainant.

Mrs. W. W. Alott. Manager.

14irge U

a from May to O(tc ; r.
ng the Atlantic th-e4n.
pleasant rooms. Molern
liences. Rates reasonable.
I to fanmilid-s.
a I Beach. Florida.


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uuou ,w-- -- --- -- l---- rails r t us au-yI. out irne :aiiwirt I.i
me!"-Everybody'a. staying at home. Briefly, It is that toransm mention several
Interval during which the man, going i ndfral
Green-Smith asked me to forget my out In the morning. remembers his kiss hen It failed to give frt its Iu.;:a
troubles this morning. Brown-What and forgets his overshoes as distin- amount of heat and light fow Ieril- '
for? Green-He wanted ma to listen gushed from the Interval during which varying from three houra to sever.t
to hia.-Exbange. he remembers his overshoes and for. months. Data on the subje hatv
gets his kiss.-New York Life been compiled by the St. L.oul Ieutlits
Chinese children begin to learn their lie.
A B C'r at three years old and are Pluck. According to Plutarch. the .yvar 4 .
expected to learn 1.000 letters in three "Plck." said the fnancier. the C. was one in which the n
mouthb eret of sce i -weak and liale" for a Iwri-d allnrxii
secret of success." | l mo s
One kind of Mexican pineapple, "WelL" interrupted the shabby man, mat eleven months
known as the cayenne, is entirely free "I'1 give you 10 if you'll teach meI The ortuguese hLtorian.ib re orn.
from spines, and the fesh Is remark- yvor method of plncklng."-London several months of diminished.l -mi lr
ably tender and juicy. T elraph. In the year .4 A. D.. atid. a,' o'ri'tl"
tably t r ad p o Humboldt. this uncannyv pIeri.ti end
ed with "strange and slartlln sky pihe
N OYTIC E nomena. suc-h as loud atmnostphlric ex
ploslons,. rifts In the vaullted -.anopbl3
of blue above and in divers other rare
and unaccountable freaks."
Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at, In the year 0I l. on Sept. '~1 (see
public auction on the SIXTH DAY OF S4PTEMBER, A. D., 190, in the City Humboldt's -Cos os"'. the sun turstncl
suddenly black and remained so for
of Daytona, Florida. or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount three hours and did not rai n it n or
due for taxes, herein set opposite to the same. together with th!. cost of such sale mal condition for several days.
and advertisinAccording to the noted Helmuthl
"Solar Energy." the days of sIt-emiln- i
S. Amount Inactivity on the part offthe sun (the
NAMEi DESCRIPTION OF LAND Tax and days following the sudden blackening
S- (! t of the great orbt were noted for :a
a..i. .M..lon .. .. ..ast Ill ft of north 1-2 of .... I 1: peculiar greenish tinge and are mark
.I. P. Turner lot .. ThomlSllou's *uo, of part blk i : 3 ed In old Spanish. French and Italian
Elm>.r olive-r ......lot It, Bank sub of part blk I .. .. a records as "the days of the green slun
Mary A. Roiers 4::7 ft of ...... ...... .. : I I07 4i February. 1. l1 A. Is noted in tlhe
A.. J.ltuthinson .n northh .s ft of ,tast -7 ftor ... .. 1. annals of marvelous pheuometnia a- :
.1. I. Matelr ....... w...est 1-of southh l-2 of .... .. ..... month in which there were several
Hr 11.6 rh-... ..f .. .. d days that "the sun appeared dead and
Vora E. L...winorth 1- of vart IM it of 1; 1 1 Isl .oh on .. .b... black, like a great circular c'inuder ftlal
K. Iiliiinu i n.ortth .-5 ft or ,.at Ia: n of .: Ing tIn the sky."
J. Morganu lot 1. hlk 2. Port..r' sultof 4 5 "On the last day of February. 120l."
to-car P.-ih-tt ...... ... lots 1. t i. 3 1 7, k I. Ki.-k & P llett'.. ubut says an old Spanish writer on astron
we-st e-. of......... ........ ....... q at i I omy, astrulogy and kindred subjects.
K. 1I. Ihsvi. ... .......-lot::, Ik 2. Ki ack P-ii'tt's eul, oft.w --3 of. 2 i "\ the sun appeared suddenly to go out i
Ne'li. tiritnln ... ..lot 6. ,i1k 2. F. T. Peek's .iub of ...... ...1 aN I 7 causing a darkness over the country
BKinhaum & Thonmpson ..ots 4, to li. blk .i'. E.Jtcksion'rsuh:of 4. *5 4 r*' f or about six hours." In 1241 the Eu-
Nora V. Halnt ..... ......lote I1 to I1,ILk= ,t.. !. Jack.on'% +uh. el l t. 4.. : (Pt
B Haine-.... .... ....u r lO BlOCkI. a lau ........... ropean countries experienced another
Re..-t.. .ohnuou.. ........ubof IR Block a, (oltlmans.......... 1 1 Il sIege of supernatural darkness. whk-h
kllInz Ric-htarids..n otf IN RIL.C.k I'n_. *Olnm.. i the superstitlou writers of that time


President Vice-Prs. Cashier

'altal Stock ............................................ 50,000
Surplus aid l'Pr,,fits .................................. 55,165
mFor per cent interest paid n Savings accounts and Time Cer-
tifieates of Deposit. No n,,tice required for withdrawals.

Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.

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FOR COPY OF TH.E .OAL I IMP eARDHI) Ilk 4)1W-at i[ RMA.IV N mm. aIa. 11,1ck)I o.t.aNT'
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Wouldn't It Mak

You Mad

after you had carefully searched and

posed to be the best. to find upon
opening them that they proved to be
of ordinary and inferior quality; or

a "pig in a bag."
When buying canned goods you do it on faith, you
see the inside of the can, theefoi be sure to get a staai




is the standard, and the Fish, Fruits and Vegetables bea
that brand are all guaranteed to be the finest in the li
You never run a chance of getting a pig in a bagw



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Mrs. Celeste Hinks, Proprietress, Daytona Beach, Fla.
A re yo, in 1 !i I SlindI the summer on the beach? Then why ae
Srto th te Daytona Beach Hotel.

Now that the rush of the winter ai0g i~-l hoew is your
Stationery? The Gamette-HByWultpm td give al y
stock and the finest work at reamib- e as bes fo
your nest order.


J. W. Ihavi .. ...aUt*..... of IN Block 3:. o('otle s ......... 7
Alex wiusoin......... ....ub of IN Block a. m 'olenans..... ..... 9
J. W. Wilkinson ....... ...sub of n Block a a, 'ol.manns...... 24
G(to. la o outy ..........e 175 ft of Colecmai- .......... ..... 2
Hugh L. Armstrong.......w 1*2 ft of t'oleutans ................ 24
Herbert Taylor. ....... 'olumans ......... ........... 2.
(<-o W. Lewis ........... ...oll-utams -a.2........... ..... ....... 2
Willhau Jones............. (tolerluns ................ ... .... :, 37
John te-wart ...... I). D Rogers .ub part of blk 7a .... .... It
Mtaile-. ... .. ... ....l.ot I and 2 aid r0.1t tloft of to ft and
lot Y. and e ilot It. 12, blk 2. Rogers sub plt %Sa
Mary A. tef-art........... lot 4.5, and east 10 ft lot V, 10, and west 1-2
lot II, blk 2. Rogers sub of pt llk Sa. ..
b. i. It. Kohlnson .... .. .Rogers sulof l,1k .;a....... lot in. i.2. 1
Anna A. Mttel-Lnand.. ..L....udwig sul of pt lot I flk 32 ..........
Benu Holton ................. ....... ..
.losi t*ooturan ...........west 72 ft of north lA, It .................
('. M. Blngham, Mr .... Ludwig sub of pt 1 hlk 32 ....... .. .
K. KOM Harden..........Rbhantz. sub of ..................... 1i
Eva t'. Martwell...........outh 1-sofw laf It of eeft of........ '21
I,. F. tte re ..... ........ ....... .... ..... .. .... I
Mary A. Rogera.......... north 35 ft of lot ..................... 7.
K. IA. cowan heirs.. south ft of north :5 t .. ... 7. ?
W. R. It-nion ....... .............. ...... .. :.
I.uey (anty.... .. south :i ft of lots I and 2. north 1-2 lot a: hlk I.
Weav.r sub of........ .. I, 5
Mrs. 1.. Rolrt,.......... lots 4. blk Weavers ulh of .. 0.. i1
Ida Willias ......... east 1-2 lot :s bk I., 1
('. 1i. Jnckson ............lot ilof Weave-r'ssub of........ ...... .lo. 1
('. H. ('oolual .... lot 1. tbll 3, Weaver's sub of ............In. lb
.1i-rry Harrisonn....... lots 2 anuud 3, Weaver's sub of ............ 15
usie .Ioues. .. .... lots 9 and 3. Weaver's sub of. .1. 15
C'ha.t. Pride- ........... lot 14. A. Msitth sub ot e 2-3of .. ....... 11
M. Ile...............lot lok 4. Wall'ssub of w 1-3o...... .123, 1, i
Lanurn E. Wall ..... .lot Ilk I, Wall'ps hub of w -of...... 12, 13., 14
W. H. Pickett... ......lot S, blk ,. Wall% sub of w I-S of ......12.3. 14
4'. teven'.m ...... .......lot 9, blk I, Wall s.ub of w 1-3 of i 1.14
Rott. Willlalms.......... lots n & IN. lblk 1, Wtil's sub of w 1- of, 12, 3, 14
Mitech,-ll lJones..... .. lot .'. blk I. Wall\ sub of w 1-3of .12, 13. 14
Mlulcoli Tratgu...........lot -3i, ,lk 1. Wall' sub of w 1i- of ..... 12 3, 14
(rover Taylor. ... .. lot 4. blk 2. Wall sul of w -3 o ....1. Is, 14
Lulu Thouimpon .......l.ot. S:I.:. blk 2. Wall sub w 1-;:of .11. 12, 13. It
'tha:'. ,'Neul.. .. .... lots .'. .t, blk 2, Wall sub w l-of .11. 12, 13. 1I
L.. G. Grlsly .... .. lot 4g, ,lk 2 Wall ul 1-3 of. .. I. .1 12. 14
.I oh ll H. Tulntul...... ... lot 44. lk 2. Wall s.ub w l-: of ....... 1. 13. 1
(it-o. Allt-n...............loit as., Ilk 2. Wall ,ub w 1-3 of ....1. 12, I-. 114
Anna .ordani ...........tot 3. lik .1 Wall sub w 1-of..... II, 12. 1,14,
W. ionlaey... .........lot 1. ,Ik 3, Wall suh w 1-: of... II. 1. .13, 14
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