Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: October 2, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Fall is here-the season of housecleaning and general overhauling.
In doing this you will no doubt tind a great many things will have to
be replaced aqd a little added here and there. Therefore. we call your at-
tention to our large stock of Curtain Materials, Upholstery Goods. Cre-
tonnes SilkolerIes. Portiers, Lace Curtains. Rugs. Sheets. Sheetings. Table
,Cover-. Table Linens. Scarls, Bed Spreads, Comforts, Blankets, Bed Pil-
lows, Cushions. Towels. Towelin.g etc.. on hand and arriving daily
We hope all in need of anything in the furnishing line will give us a
call and an opportunity to supply your wants. (Our prices are always as
low s elsewhere and yet we aim to keep the quality up to a high standard.
Giveus a call.

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Pictures. I

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


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


The North Beach Street Grocer. 'PHONE 19.
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SA 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
- our charges, and they know be-
- fore engaging us that our work-
manship will be the best.

- Daytoda Electric Co.

232 South Beach Street.


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er. Wood WorKer. e
oor and Window Screens made to order.
e Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.

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I.. D. TAYLOR, Electrical Contractor $
House Wiring a Specialty.
. Dealer in Electrical Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shades,
Lamps No. S Orange avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.
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.Bond Lumber Company,

iXath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime
.. Ct in l Stlri oMffce and Yards: East ('oas
and Cement in Stock. Railway and Orange Avenue
"I lAblt-- Bond Mill. Atlantic Coast Line Ry.. I1(i miles south o .lacksonville.
Kalamasoo, on Sanford Branch ~t the P. E. (. RY.

Phone 83

R. J. MALBY, Manager.


Batting a Galvanized Iron Tank. a new Tin Roof, a Hot Air Furnace,
any of the other metal necessities required to complete a modern
inUling, remember that


Sbeat prepared to give prompt and reliable service at fair prices.
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people, except for the few who came and he could not obtain a machine
for the season's end rest, the general that would turn out a concrete blpck
trend was homeward and the table of that size.
talk routes and time of departure, Alter some time spent in writing
and the emptying process has gone and telegraphing he finally went to
steadily on until within the next Jacksonville, hunted up a a pattern
week or ten days the p'ace will be maker and had a machine muad&e
as empty as a last year's bird's nest that would do the work.
of the gay throng who came for the '
mental and moral uplift and physi- *Pearl Grit Artificl Stone Co.
cal well being offered by a season Seabreeze, Fla., makes all kinds of
spent at Monteagle. cement work If vou conteiuilate
cemen work If ou contemplate I

Monteagle is on the T iacy City l
branch of the Nashville, Chatta-
nooga and St. Louis Railway, four-
teen miles from Cowau, from which
noint the road climbs by a circut-

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being of a character preliminary to
surfacing. Now that the first step
is taken toward shelling there is no
doubt but what hard surface roads
will soon be general throughout
that county.
As soon as the prices are sub-
mitted the commissioners will order
3t J,( I0 barrels of shell and proceed
with the surfacing of the road south
from Durbin.




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Afford am: 3 congregation and claes
Mrs. H. A. Bernard Who is at room pur; ses. The mart, the As- A Good Hard Road is Promised
That Place Writes in Her se P k. ia beautiful and rest- Between the Two Cies
fill spot, ji I'de as attractive as possi-
Usual EntertainingWay. i ble with .es and flowers. The At an Early Date.
Monteagle, Tenn., Sept 21. care of th. park and in fact the A hard road from Jacksonville to
While the wind is sighing among entire asset ably grounds is in charge St. Augustine is a strong probability.
the treetops and rattling windows of the Wo .en's Association. [ St. Johns county has made won
and doors for admission, and the Wrenn's Nest, the attractive home derful progress within the past two
rain comes down in fitful dashes it of Mr. and Mrs.' L. Wrenn, of Gun- years and the pace is now increas-
seems a favorable opportunity to re- nison, Miss.. ii one of the most ing at a rate that will advance this
deem a promise made to friends popular points of interest. A walk section to the front ranks in enter-
before leaving to write at least one through a charming strip of dale prise and development in the very
letter concerning Monteagle as a and hill, across a rustic bridge that near future. For years the question
summer resort. spans a brawling mountain stream, of good roads has been agitated and
To one accustomed to the more brings one to the brow of a cliff the County CommissiLners have
picturesque, grander beauty of the overlooking a wide stretch of valley been stretching the money at their
Ozark mountains, this plateau of hemmed in by mountains. The command until the ground work for
Cumberland is a trifle disappointing Wrenn home is not a hundred feet -a system of good roads has been
at first, but Monteagle has a charm back from the cliff. A han -some laid. Now that board is prepared
of its own, and almost at the close two-story building, including every for a second larg- move toward the
of the month's vacation, I am modern appliance of comfort and construction of improved highways
deeply under the spell of it, and beauty that cultured taste and ample and expects ere the winter sea-
would enjoy prolonging my stay means suggests. The family, which son opens to transform that road
through October. includes Miss L. Cousan, Mrs. from the northern border of the
We arrived here August 31; were Wrenn's sisier, has been here little county southward to such an extent
met at the train by Miss S. E. Rus- over two years, but no one could that the visiting automobilists will
sell, who spends her winters at Sea- surmise it from the substantial im- not recognize it.
breeze, and who is proprietor and provements that have been made on With the limited means at their
manager of one of the most attract- their estate of thirty-eight acres, command the commissioners will
ive and best known boarding houses and while the wild beauty of nature endeavor to give a hard surfaced
here, and by whom we have been hasnot only been left intact, but roadfrom Durbin to this side of
well cared for during our stay. encouraged, every vantage point has Twelve Mile Swamp. This stretch
Monteagle, at an elevation of 2,000 been taken for the comfort and en- of road is straight and wide
feet above sea level, is located on a joyment of visitors. Seats and well- and has been gradually graded.
plateau about four miles wide; it kept paths, a rustic pergola, a vine- From Twelve-Mile swamp to this
embraces 400 acres of woodland, covered wigwam, affords comfortable city all of the sloughs have disap-
reaching from near the railroad sta- outlook at the most striking view peared, being filled in or skirted,'
tion to the bluffs overlooking the points, to all of which the chance and it now offers very easy travel
valley. One hundred and fifty acres sight seer is as welcome as to the The ommisoners says the St.
The commissioners, says the St.
are enclosed and improved by broad sunshine and pure mountain air. Augustine Record, are securing
driveways and winding walks, while' Mrs. Wrenn and sister were es- price an 10,000 barrels o shell
numerous rustic bridges spanning specially courteous to our party, and wih wich to iroe te Jacson
pey .with which to improve the Jackson
the ravines add not only to the com- we were shown through the hand- ville-. tine roa. The e
ville-St. Augustine road. The en*
fort of travel but afford charming some house and taken to the dainty tire s o e
tire surface of the roads will not be
glimpses of silvan beauty, otherwise Wrenn's Nest, which is in the upper ee a the resent te ol
lost to the pedestrian, story and so uniquely planned and shell ruts being suce. The
Within the assembly grounds furnished as to be readily identified, heavy wagons passing over this will
there are many pretty homes, board.jait are miany r r -and exquisite aoon grind it down to a smooth and
ing houses and cottages for rent. souvenirs of travel. even level. As far as automobilists
The Assembly Inn. the only hotel This letter is already too long, yet are concerned it will serve as well
within the grounds, is a handsome it would not be complete without if the entire width o the ad
building. The one thing open tomentioning the hospitality extend- were shelled. The animal power
criticism about this Chautauqua ofed to "strangers with ten gaes.vehicles will also find travel much
the South is the lut and miss way it fact there stem to be no strangers,and smoother and easier.
seems to have been laid out. Houses the majority wait for no present- e the rad wrk has een
are jammed in against each other tions. There is a bow and a smile lthe ad wr has
S* nd slow during the past year much has
any old way, sidewise or more fre- and perhaps a friendly word even been acomlihed wn it is t
been accomplished when it is taken
quently front doors looking out on in the most casual passing, and we n .co
back yards. The explanation given have more than once been invited consideration thatonlya small
i 1 force of prisoners and a few paid
your correspondent of this was that into private homes. Such kindly e o ne an a e a
men have been engaged. The
Monteagle was laid out by the attention to visitors, outside of nt t w t ed
same civil engineer that platted Monteagle's many other attractions, ch the worked
Chautauqua, N. Y., and that no pro- is a big drawing card. wasliberally sprinkled with deep
vision was made for housekeeping H. A. LEKRNAU. sloughs and sand ridges that made
i travel difficult and dangerous. The
at home, or fanly servants' quar- filling in of the sloughs removed the
ters; in other words, it was planned Concrete Foundation. worst features of the road. Many
for co-operative housekeeping and J. P. Turner went up to Ormond of the kinks have been taken out of
one common kitchen for such and .
uch a number of families. But Saturday afternoon to look after the the road, and while it is not yet an
Si. foundation work he ia doing for air line it is a vast improvement
the southern preference for individ- .
the uthern preference for the Hartley bungalow in that town, over the old serpentine path that
ual and family circles asserted itself
by the purchasers, and hence, ithe returning to his home at New crossed the railroad at every open-
by the purchasers, and hence, the -
r Smyrna by the night train to spend ing the woods.
byincongenou appearance presentedSunday Such work as has been done has
by me of the streets. Mr. Turner has everything going cost St. Johns county nothing more
The Monteigle Assembly cl, sed nicely now with the foundations of than the usual taxes. This county
its twenty-seventh annual session the new school building here. al- is not bonded, hence at no time have
the day of our arrival, and while we though he had some diflliculty at the the commissioners had a large sum
found the boarding houses and cot- start as the contract called for a rise to expend on roads. The work has
tages still crowded with summer Of twelve and three-quarter inches been gradual. up to the present

Duval county is building a splen- E. L. GUNN, General Manager.
* did road from .lacksonville to the
border of St. Johns county, aund a
continual good highway will be
given between the two cities before. !


List of Fresh Vegetables etc., for this'time of
the year:

Lettuce, Beets, Turnips and Mustard

Greens. Cranberries, Apples,

Avocado Pears, (Gavas,

Limes and Lemnus.
Curtice Bros. Red Cherries, fine for pies,' 25c

SThe Conrad Grocery Company
E. T. Conrad & Co's. old .and.


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Electricity will pump water

for 5 cents per 300 gallons.

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Call Office Phone 128
Mills Transfer T7
Warehouse 60
Kerosene Oil Delivered by Tank Wagon.
Gasoline Machine Gas and Lubricating Oils.

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Real Estate,

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r. A.. FITZGERALD, Editor
HOLLY HILL, Sept. 30-Mrs. Can some one suggest a way to
THE GAZTTE-N CMPAN Bert Heacock and daughter, Lor- get rid of the unsightly piling north
THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY arrived Thrsday from Ten- of the South Bridge? Attenta
(INCORPORATED) -nessee where they spent the summer A removal of the City Jail to a,, Sit
and are stopping with Mr. and Mrs. more secluded spot would add
Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. W. H. Edmondson. Mr. Heacock, greatly to the looks of the bridge as
who is in Atlanta, will join them well as being more comfortable for The f
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Later. the unfortunate inmates, written t
One copy one year .......50 P. J. Hawley, while at work at The high winds have filled the C. Ry. fi
One copy hd months............... 75 Port Orange last Saturday, fell and parkages with #dead boughs and ager W.
one onm three month l...........40 Tm.a

Causing Much Damage and I
The heavy norther, which had its
beginning the latter part of last
week and continued to blow with
unabated strength until the fore part
of this week, was the cause of some
damageand much inconvenience in
this city and vicinity.
The tides, both in river and
ocean, were unusually high, dam-
ming up the wateitfrom the heavy
rains which accompanied the wind,
thus flooding the hammock lands
and carrying destruction to many of
the early vegetables and seed beds
planted on this class of soil.
On the ocean beach the high tides
ate into the bank for several feet, it
is said, and a large -section of the
ocean pier was sept away. The
heavy rains so washed and cut
away the roadway of Halifax avenue
on the grade approaching the east
end of the South Bridge that it was
necessary to close the bridge to
vehicles until the damage could be
Through the city many telephone
wires were blown down and this
caused so much trouble with the
electric light wires that the plant
was practically put out of business
at times owing to the danger of con-
tinuing the current.
At Seabreeze the brick smoke-
stack of The Colonnades fell Satur-
day night and caused further
trouble with the electric light wires
of that district. No doubt much
minor damage was wrought by the
wind and high water.

KINGST4N, Sept. -0-Miss Pel-
ton returned Sunday afternoon from
her visit to the home folks at CA4o-
nido, making the trip across from
the beach to New Smyrna in a
driving rainstorm.
Arthur Yelvington, who has been
stopping at The Ferndale for several
months, has taken a position with
McDonald's market.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bunnell, of
Miami, are guests of the McClellans.
Frank Sterr, who worked in the
Kingston store for many years, is
now in the employment of C. R. M.
Sheppard on North Beach street.
Several of our Kingston young
people are attending the Daytona
High School this term.


PORT ORANGE, Sept. 29-C.
Nash & Son, of Daytona, are putting
a tin roof on Mr. Lyon's store.
Mrs. Bern and children arrived
Monday to be with her father, 1. 0.
Gesner, who has been in poor health
for some time.
Mrs. Emma Long, of Daytona.
was the guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Johnson.
J. A. Erickson, of DeLand, sold a
fine piano to Frank Sparkman and

onerated of Insinuations

Before the Council.

At the meeting of the City Coun-
cil Tuesday evening Chairman Joe
Osborne, of the committee appointed
to investigate alleged irregularities
in awarding the contract to S. H.
Gove for the construction of the
public school building, read the
minutes of the meeting held by the
investigating committee. These
minutes simply showed that a meet-'
ing had been held, the contract ex-
hibited, etc., but arrived at no con-
clusion. The committee was to have
held another meeting and make a
report. Dr. Klock, a member of
the committee, says the matter was
not considered by the committee,
although it was discharged Monday
Messrs. Jackson and Wilder, of
the S-hool Trustees, are not at all
pleased at the "feather-legged" ap-
pearance of the Council's action and
feel that they are under a cloud and
that some conclusion, one way or
the other, should have been arrived
at by the aldermanic body. The
two trustees have addressed a com-
munication to the Council and re-
quest the Gazette-News to publish
the same, the following being a
To the Honorable City Council of
Dear Sirs:--Wi.creas, Ly resolu-
tion presented to you sept. 13th a
committee was appointed to investi-
gate the action of the School Trus-
tees of t!is City with reference to
cont -act for new school building and
Whereas, said resolution made
sei :us and damaging charges,
which were fully and widely circu-
culated through the local press and
said trustees having appeared and
of their free will answered the
charges of said resolution ad seria-
turn; we feel, we the two trustees
under criticism, that in the interest
of fair play we are entitled to
and demand a public exoneration at
the hands of the Committee of In-
vestigation, having absolutely,as we
think, refuted by good evidence and
documents the separate and many
charges made against us.
We have the honor to be
Yours Sincerely
A. .. WILitEf, Chairman
WV.. JAcKSOs, Secretary.
Board of Trustees,

New Office Rooms.
Dr. G. A. Klock removed yester-
day frum his rooms in the Globe
building to new quarters in the W.
H. Gardiner building just being
completed, where he will be com-
fortably and conveniently situated,
having five well ar-anged rooms on
the second floor front.

Annual Election of Offcers.
The annual meeting of the Day-
tnna Triuck and IFrulit. (Grwers' As-

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says that at high tide the water was
more than knee deep in places on
the Pacetti property at Ponce Park,
showing extraordinarily high water.

sociation r'stponed ftom last week
was held at the N. S. Dayton real Baptist Church Annual Meeting
estate office Wednesday night, when! At the annual business meeting
the following officers were elected of the First Baptist Church held
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other litter. While having these '""L
tion will
removed why not do a little moreton
work and put everything in good table an
shape for our home coming resi- cinit a
dents? nede-: ar
r .._:-_ .: .w ,Qt. :.. w..... AiMr. Ilolo

.urung llal e I ig water just rece u-
ing we were shown the need of
keeping drains elear of growth and
rubbish. If all had been as it
should the water would have run
off much quicker.
What is the matter with our
street committee doing a little work
in the vicinity of the waterworks?
As the work of installing is about
complete, our people will be want-
ing to-see where their money has
gone. As matters are now the
streets leading to the plant are
almost impassable, a few days' work
there seem absolutely necessary.

lY fises or RAIN

letter, "]
to get wt
it is to I
things n

. BoIE IT BATES siness Change.
The 1. ster Company, proprietors
fEETALS EXCESSIVE[ of The G.,be, hae pre -M. B. tree
Aultmana' business and 11 con- dir
duct both stores. Mr Alntman plai
n Has Been Called to the will remain with a ster Corn- the I
action and it is Hoped pany during the co g season or eIA
until next summer on he expects agre
Relief May Folow.
to go north. This transfer will give thosi
ill6wing copy of a letter the Foster Comnpany one of the larg- sena
o Mr. Kirkland, of the F. E. est and tinest* stocks of clothing leave
right department by Mana- and gent's furnishing goods south and
F. Holmes, of the Daytona of Jac-ksonville. over
%-A _-

nUi rufi UrowersW Associa-
be of interest to the vege-
i fruit growers of this vi-
id it is to be hoped that the
y relief will be granted.
res writes in enclosing the
[ shall do all in my power
hat belongs to us, however.
be remembered that these
nove slowly."


broke two of his ribs. Mr. Hawley
is getting about although suffering
some discomfort from the injury.
Mrs. Wm. Wetherell, Sr., returned
Tuesday afternoon from a summer's
visit with her daughter, Mrs. Atkin-
son, at Wilkesbarre, Pa., having
rather a rough voyage from New
York to Jacksonville.
Miss Frances Hawley went to St.
Augustine Tuesday afternoon to at-
tend the Deaf and Dumb Institute
in that city.
Kenneth Heath, while on his way
home from Daytona today, killed a
handsome diamond back rattler on
South Ridgewood avenue. The
snake, which was between five and
six feet in length, had eleven rattles
and the button.
Thos. H. Cave, Jr., who brought
an automobile from Jacksonville for
delivery in Daytona last Monday,
spent Tuesday night with his par-
ents in this place.
The storm tides prevailing
throughout this week have kept the
water over the river road in several
places between Bunnell's Point and
the causaway, but despite this *fact,
people have continued to use the
road. It appears as though the
majority of persons would rather
swim or wade on the river road than
be forced to use Ridgewood avenue,
although the latter is in better con-
dition and a beautiful driveway.

The Gazette-News is pleased to
say that the item recently published
in regard to the leasing of the Pal-
metto House was erroneous. The
information came through a friend
in Los Angeles, Cal, but Rev. Her-
man G. Porter, who with his family,
is located at The Palmetto, received
a card from Mr. Chamberlain last
Tuesday, stating that he will be in
Daytona the latter part of November
and will conduct the hotel himself,
as usual.

Will Build Racing Boat.
E. S. Hall has the contract for the
construction of a racing boat for Jas.
H Baker, of Saratoga Springs, N.
Y., who owns the Saratoga Inn on
South Beach street and who spends
his winters at this place. The
new boat, which will' be built
at once, will be 38 feet long and
will be fitted with a 50 horse power
; cylinder engine that is expected to
develop great speed. Mr. Hall will
also build a new dock in front of
the Inn, material for which is al-
ready on the ground.

High Water at Ponce Park.
Mrs. James Kincaid and sons re-
turned from Ponce Park Tuesday
afternoon, coming by train by way
of New Smyrna. Mr. Kincaid and
Frank Cullins drove down to Ponce
Park Sunday, expecting to bring
Mrs. Kincaid and the children back
with them, but the weather was so
bad that they returned without them,
having a rough drive up the beach,
the water being nearly up to the
bank. At Port Orange they found
the approach from the beach about
half washed away. Mr. Kincaid

A Memorial.
The ladies of the W. C. T. U
held a Francis Willard memorial
Friday afternoon of last week at the
home of Mrs. Frank A. White on
North Palmetto avenue. There was
an interesting program in charge of
Mrs. Herman G. Porter, following
which refreshments were served and
a social hour enjoyed.

To Beautify the Parkage.
Last week S. H. Gove had a row
of periwinkles set along the edges
of his sidewalks on the Ridgewood
and Volusia avenue frontage of his
residence. Mr. Gove got this idea
while in California last spring and
says if our people could see the
park-like appearance of the streets
of many of the towns and cities of
that State, they would certainly go
to work to make Daytona's broad
streets and avenues blossom in like
manner. Various kinds of border
plants and flowering shrubs are
used for this purpose and those best
adapted to our soil and climate
could be selected for use here.

Willof Mrs. Cook Filed.
With W. B. Owen, of Jackson-
ville, named as executor, the last
will and testament of Mrs. Helen M.
Cook, a wealthy resident of Brook-
lyn, N. Y., and Daytona, who died at
Ontario, Canada, September 8th.
was filed Friday of last week in the
office of the County Judge of Duval
The principal beneficiary of Mrs.
Cook's will is her niece, Miss Lillie
Marsh, of Newark, N. J., who re-
ceives $5,0(00 in cash, also stocks,
bonds and other valuables. The
public library of New Milford,
Conn., also gets $5,000, and other
beneficiaries are Francis C. Willis
and Agnes L., Carrie L., and Emily
A. Cook. Mrs. Cook, who was the
widow of the late J. H. Cook, was
well known in Daytona, having
been a winter resident of this city
for many years.

IByAuto Fromn Jacksonville.
C. C. Hudsop, traveling sales-
man for Baker 0 Holmes, of Jack-
sonville, made the trip from that
city to Daytona Monday in a new
Model 10, Buick car, which he had
just purchased. He was accom-
panied by R, T. McEwhern, mana-
ger of the building material depart-
ment of Baker & Holmes and T. H
Cave, Jr., of Jacksonville.
The party found much water on
the rcd in some places as high as
the body of the machine but made
good progress notwithstanding, as
they left Jacksonville at 5:00 a. n.m,

Stood Heavy Pressure.
On Wednesday afternoon 165
pound.: pressure, or fifteen pounds
more ;han required by the contract,
was put on the waterworks system
and eery joint throughout the sys-
tem p -oved sound and secure. Of
courst- S.tC few leaks -were natur-
ally d.-veltiped.
Thursday, C. M. ~iers, consult-
ing engineer, was busy seeing that
all tli- hydrants were clear and in
good working condition.
Mr. -logers says the view from
the top of the water tower is mag-
nific.- t and tlittis it .'iildhi :e made
a poian. of interest by tlhe erection of
a spiral stairway, so that visitors
could ilave comparatively easy access
to its top, 13.3 feet from the .gr.und.

Sent \ irel:-s Greeting.
Dl'. F. !I. Ili-hton sent a wire-
less i:essage of greeting to the
editor of the Gazette-News Friday
after -on of last week from aboard
the ('lyde steamship Mohawk while
off C:i, e Hatteras.
In a letter received later, from
Will:i ustown, Mass., he states that
the Mhawk arrived just in time for
the Iludson-liulton naval parade
and at the invitation of the captain
he wit!k many of the other passen-
gers r mained on hoard and wit-
nessiv the parade from that vant-
age Itt:il. lTiu elcctri'ai; display
at nibal was ie\oaoid tleswri,,ticia.
On the day Dr. Houghton wrote,
Sept 27, hesays the weather was
cold ;ad rainy, with a thick and
heavy fog- He has just received
his -<;y,v of the Gazette-News and
said it really made him feel warm
and infortahle to hold in his hand
that i,,nnecting link with sunny

From a Daygoa Citizen.
Is %..,ir bark lame ami l painful?
Do.-s it :wh.lh' er sii:alyl :,ftcr *xrtion?
Is tlther. : r s.ore,.e.s in the kid.ley
Th'-S 4 at ll on.l l.s :lnlri t ,; W\ ;tk kild-
Thenr. is *la -nger in ld;elay.
We:i:. kidlieYs fast. grt. weak-er.
(liv, u'i-r t.routE il,- i ,r lpt att,-i tion.
Dqua.rs Kiliney P ills ar~tjiiickly.
Th'i* rriirtrllth.tl wivak kilii .s.
R I. ki this l taylto a; t-.stiiin iy.
T. B' RI-4,uin. *. |Rilig,-wV ,il iavvinut,
D yl .;,.i. Fla.. s.avys.-M: 'My -k a5-el-
for s '. .tral mlli'lithis all \\sI v.-ry ; lalle.
If I :i: t.ni.rl .l to4) lift an lhi li ,. .sharp
pain. k onid seize li-,.anl I cuhl hardly
regai a in ll c-t (o.. ilt io1. "I't kidnie
se,-re-i .-s ,ij i nuer ifin. ;ls.'. oi1:i i,.l a; s. ,iile I..
DoIei'a Kini -v l 'il-. whl-lh I ,pr' -ur..i
frotlm Hl iskin '.." 0 .-.,.. ,l,,,- l>- r,--
lievedl :ni : :h.n s: iu ti.:! -:r.-' t lh n my ki'lr:,.is and in:,il it p,,s.-ille ft.r u.
ti .ilo iy work Wvilth eias..'' 1
Foi <:de by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Fost< r- ilburn Co., Buffalo, X. Y., sole
agent :for the i nitld States.
Re::..'nher the name---o[Nn's-and
take t... ,ther.


the sideaels cfir
meaning weeds and
e in charge
e, should see "tat'i
s and -branches am in

hanging weeds and gm


fk SeM
Cleaftscs ttle Susssta~

To jet ws

n a.bp S

M een st handi nThra-;r
Meets 1st and 3rd Thmraiao'a. -

Meets 2nd aad 4h Tueldays.
Anll eest In Masonme Haic Ortae

Mattress Maker
Mattrt-s*-s Renude wit Care. B]oW
('ushlons made tocsder.
Shop on N. Beeh R. near Roheft *
BacksHMh sfhop.

to M. H-. ZUber, DaytmOa, w
Spring you a strand of yeaw
pine stove wood for $2.25
or oak at $2.50.

Sept. 21, 1909.
Mr. Kirkland,
Freight Dept, F. E. C. Ry.,
St. Augustine, Fla.
Dear Sir:-I wish to call your atten-
tion to the situation at Daytona with
regard to the past season's shipments of
vegetables by our Association. A bur-
den has been put upon us that seems
very unjust, and unless relief is found,
will result in killing the goose that lays
the egg."
I a:u sute that your spoken interest in
the development of further shipments
from our point, is real. And that when
this matter is presented to you, you will
do al; in your power to make the matter
The roads out of Jacksonvile have a
low minimum for shipments to eastern
points. After webegan shipping and had
our cost figured on the basis of Jackson-
ville to destination, your sheet appears,
making it far higher minimum, in some
cases exceeding number of crates possi-
ble to get in a car and because of this,
we were obliged to pay for the excessive
minimum. The R R. Companies of
Jacksonville would be glad to see us get
the benefit of the rate enjoyed by others
throughout the State, but they are pow-
erless. as your tariff governs.
The shipment of 32 cars last season
from Daytona. meant something like
$1000 Income to the F. E. C. Ry., 12
cents per crate seems to be, (judging
from the bill of lading issued) all you
get out of it. And we do not wish to
belive that you will, knowingly kill this
business to benefit the other R. R. We
have gone over the overcharges care-
fully. and finally with Chase & Co., of
this u ity, who very kindly advised, be-
fore the Commission, to place the matter
before you.asking that you offer us the
relief we need.
Chase & Co., also advise that celery not
being in your tariff at the time ship-
ments were made, that the roads from
here should govern, also that the mini
mum charge refers to the ventilated
cars, while ours were made under refrig-
eration. And as such took the same
minimum. This last would seem reas-
onable, as it does seem entirely out of
reason and justice to make us pay for a
number of crates that could not be
load d in the car. Kindly take this
matt-r up at your earliest convenience,
and .1t us hear from you. what can -be
done in the matter It is certainly true
that the growers will be down and out
if this burden is allowed to hold good.
Thanking you in advance your reply,
I am Yours very truly
W. F. Holmes, Manager.

Badly Injured by Fall.
I. M. Cross, while on his way
home from the Halifax River Yacht
Clul house Sunday evening during
the hl avy rain, fell and sustained a
fract are and dislocation of his right
shoulder which will disable him for
some time.
Mr Cross, who was alone at the
time of the accident, did not realize
the extent of the injury and on re-
gaining his feet continued to his
house but a short distance away,
but soon feeling that he must have
medical attention be returned to the
club house where he found E. L.
Bond and his son, Harold, and the
latter secured a vehicle at G. H.
FoyC's livery, which conveyed Mr.
Crost to Dr. Bohannon's Hospital
and Sanitariuzm, on First avenue,
whe;e the injured shoulder was
givel; the necessary care.





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Iliekeynote of ourcontinually in-
a"sing business is confidence. We
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homers by courteous treatment
upright dealing. A word to
i.wise is sufficient. Let us be
L. H. RowE & Co., The Jewelers.

A. Allan went to his home at
iran~ndma Sunday.
SMrs. Geo. Bartholemew returned
Jatke Helen Monday.
W. P. Watson, who has been
Mrs. C. H. Abbott on Bay
returned to Orlando Monday

.. Coffee, manager of the A. S.
tore, visited his home at
ville last week, returning
y afternoon.
'oi SALE-Pony and rig. Ad-
Box 147. tf
eville Dickinson, who had been
S with I. M. Mabbette and
iy during the week, returned to
and last Saturday.

Mrs. W. G. Nash and son,
ace spent several days in St.
e and Jacksonville last
ibiag home Sunday.


:,s. S. P. Stillman and Fred A.
returned Friday afternoon
week from Westerly, R. I.,
S s-elocated in their home on
Beach street.
K-8ee our beautiful line of dress
S. The Bee Hive.
1rse. E. I. Lee, who has been
g with Mrs. C. R. Cox in this
went to DeLand Saturday to
a week, before returning to
lrholhme at Melbourne Beach.'
.gtQ. Gardner, after spending a
eek or more at his Ridgewood
e, Holly Hill home, returned
acksonville Monday afternoon,
paniedby Mrs. Gardner.
IMrs. T. O. Melton and Miss Ger-
Turner were in Port Orange
eatrains Monday, for a brief
With Mrs. Allen Trowel, who
eenmtly returned from the North.
.-Qtemember that jets will be all
m style this fall. We have them.
The Bee Hive.

I9eorge Hooper, who for the past
or seven year has been with B.
B Smith during the winter, has
Sleaed a part of R. L. Smith's office
a1d will conduct a barber shop this
Mr. w
iaMiss Clara Morris, who has been
in'the Troy cottage adjoin-
the hotel during the summer,
Friday afternoon of last week
ado, where she will spend
North Beach street; all mod-
conveniences; between Schmidt's
and Prince George Hotel.
y Gazette-Ndws office.
K E. Feid Knappe expects to leave
California some time in Novem-
where he wall join his brother,
on the peninsula, 1,200 miles
of' Los Angeles, where the
-controls large mining inter-

Mary Stones and Miss Patton
last week to New Smyrna,
Slater Friday and the first
Saturday afternoon, to take
positions in the public school
Opening of which had been post-
e for a week.
2 cents, all style of shirts
ots, with-work left and called
Daytopa Steam Laundry. tf
W.. W. Wilder returned
from Cincinnati accom-
by Dr, M, Estelle Mooney, a
of Mr. Wilder, who will re-
with her. Mias Mooney is not
ger ia Daytona, having
here some years ago.

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fThe largest stock at lowest prices.
A visit to our store will convince
you. No charge for engraving.
GEO. H. CLARK, Jeweler.
Miss Florence Cook and Miss
Julia Stewart departed Tuesday
morning for Tallahassee, where they
will attend the State College for

The Gazette-News is pleased to
state that S. E. Gilmore, who re-
cently returned to his Seabreeze
home disabled by paralysisis very
much improved.
hAway on vacation. Office closed
until Oct. 20th.
Mrs. B. F. Ibach and her friend,
Mrs Phoebe Hampton, arrived
Thursday night from Moravta, N.
Y., and are located at Mrs. Ibach's
home on Bay street.
Mrs. J. B. Garrison and baby left
last week for a visit with Mrs. Gar-
rison's parents at Grover, N. C.,
stopping enroute at Fort Mill, Pine-
ville and Charlotte, S. C. They
will return about the first of Decem-
'A complete stock of boys suits
and school pants. The Bee Hive.
Henry Alexander, proprietor of
the soft drink emporium at the
corner of 'teach street and Fairview
avenue, was seriously ill with acute
gastritis the latter part of last
week but is again up and about as

tAutomobile tires and inner tubes
vulcanized at Oliver's garage
Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Oates, who
have just returned from a visit to
England, arrived in Daytona Mon-
day night for a visit with their son,
E. F. Oates, and wife. They expect
to leave today or tomorrow for St
Petersburg, whero Mr. Oates holds
the pastorship of the Baptist church.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Stevens and their
niece, Miss Mary Harry, of Pitts-
burg, Pa., arrived Monday night,
coming by Clyde Line Steamer
Apache from New York, and are
again located in one of the R. J.
Malby houses on Orange avenue.
They spent most of the time at
Chautauqua, N. Y., having a very
pleasant summer.
*Stationery, particularly box pa-
per, at a bargain.
Young's Pharmacy.
Miss Bessie Quarterman, who has
been visiting with her uncle and.
aunt,. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dunn on
Bay street, went to DeLand Tuesday
afternoon to enter Stetson Univer-
sity. J. Blair Dunn, with other
members of the family, took Miss
Quarterman to New Smyrna in the
automobile while Mr. and Mrs Dunn
went to that city by train to bid her
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Clapp and
baby arrived Monday night from
Washington. Ind., coming by way
of New York, aboard the Clyde
Line steamship Apache They had
an opportunity of viewing the Dutch
ship Zeeburg, which is aground on
the jetties at the m-mth of the S'.
Johns river. Mr. Clapp will assist
in Young's Pharmacy during the
winter season, probably.
*See our fine line of fall millin-
ery, just received. The Bee Hive.

Col. and Mrs. W. M. Shaffner re-
turned Sunday night from a pleas
ant summer outing in North Caro-
lina, most of the time being spent
in the mountains about twelve miles
from Hendersonville. They also
visited Hendersonville and Ashe-
ville and toward the last Waynes-
ville, with which charming little
mountain city they were delighted
and look forward to seeing it again.

Mr. and Mrs. Thos. C. DeBord,
who arrived a few days since from
Pason, near Quincy, Ill., are now lo-
cated with Mr. and Mrs. 0, At
Hitch on First avenue, Mr. De
Bord haa suffered for years with
asthma and came here hoping for
l,. i; n-hich he has secured. being

Mr. and Mrs. James Carnell
were in the city Wednesday
noon from Ormond.


Following the severe norther the
forepart of the week the weather has
been clear and refreshing.
Mrs. Kost has again opened The
Myrtle on Myrtle avenue for the ac-
comodation of the public.
Mrs.'Katherine Millar returned
Monday from a summer outing at
Clautauqua and other points in
New York State.
Miss Martha E Brown, principal
the Holly Hill school, is located with
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. McClellan at
Kingston for the school year.
Dr. Neville H. Clark returned
Tuesday night from attendance at a
meeting of the State Optical Society,
which convened at Jacksonville
Monday and Tuesday.
.We have a big stock of fall
pants, and our fall suits now arriv-
ing are beauties. The Bee Hive.
L. E. McCorkle returned Thurs-
day afternoon from New York, where
he has been during the summer,
holding the position of cashier at
Balmer's Bathing Casino at Coney
Governor Gilchrist has appointed
Henry Schmidt a delegate to the
Mississippi and Atlantic Inland
Waterway Association meeting to be
held at Jacksonville Nov. 15, 16
and 17.

W. W. Austin has recently been
overhauling E. H. Hotchkiss' cruis-
ing yacht, "The Austin," and this
week installed in her a new 4-cylin-
der Palmer engine of the latest
Mrs. T. F. Williams went to Port
Orange Wednesday afternoon to
meet Mr. Williams who was coming
up from the South and as she
thought going ou through, but found
he would stop here.
Mrs. E. A. Lapp, of the life saving
station north of Ormond, is spend-
ing a few weeks in this city with
Miss Lucie Haecker on Second
avenue during the absence of the
latter's mother at Bulow.

;'A lot of ladies' sailor hats in
black and white, your pick for 19c.
The Bee Hive,
A. C. Phillips returned Tuesday
night from Narragansett Pier, R. I.,
where he has been during the sum-
mer. Mr. Phillips was in the Con-
rad Grocery Company last season
but this winter will be with L. G.
Mrs. Ada D. Taylor, a lady from
California, was in this week looking
for a location, having decided to
sell her property in California and
become a resident of Florida. Mrs
Taylor will return to Daytona to
spend the winter, even if she does
not invest here.
You save $2 per M by using home
brick. Pearl Grit Artificial Stone Co.,
tf Seabieeze, Fla.
Mrs. H. A. Bernard, the Gazette-
News Seabreeze and Daytona Beach
correspondent, returned Thursday
afternoon from a month's outing at
Monteagle, Tenn., and her interest-
esting budget of news from our
neighboring towns will no doubt
appear again next week.

Mr. and Mrs. Ottomar Jarecki, of
p9, Errie, Pa, have rented sarl Fos-
ter's house on Soth Palmettw
avenue for the season, and expect to
be in Daytona the lat week i Oc-
tober. Mr. and Mrs. Jarepki are
relatives of Mrs. H. P. Hand, of
Daytona Be~sch, and have spent sev-
eral seasons here in the past.
DI. J. Schneider arrived Wednes-
day night from Philadelphia, where
he spent the summer. His family
will join him here some time next
week. lr. Schneider is a Florida
enthusiast and although the summer
was a fairly comfortable one at Phil-
adelphia, he says that many times
he wished he was back in Daytona.

*Plank's Chill Tonic for Malaria,

State and County and City
cense taxes are due and payable.
Mr. a;.d Mrs. Ira D. Miller are
Chattanooga, enroute to Daytona.
SMrs raham Thompson return
from h<: New York trip Thurse

Postmaster W. C. Smith sa again
at his post of duty at the office, after
a month's vacation.


A Crowded House Greeted the
Minstrels Who Made a Coan
plete Change in Program.
The performance given by the
Gem City Minstrels Thursday night

Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Lesesne, of at the Daytona Opera touse for the
the Kodak Place, will arrive in benefit of the City Island Improve-
Daytona about the 5th. 1ment fund, was largely attended
and evidently thoroughly enjoyed
Max Wetherby, of Seabreeze, went
to St. Augustine Wednesday to take by an appreciative audience,
up his studies at the Deaf and Dumb The program, as promised. was
institute. an entire change from those pre-
viously given and was, if no better.
Sherman Nusbaum arrived 'Tues-. at least equal to their first perform-
day afternoon from Joliet, Il., and anee given at Wilma'sopera house,
will spend the winter here with his Seabreeze.
brother, Charles Nusbaum. All parts were well taken, though
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Piepgras, Dr. Wilder shone especially as a
who have spent the summer travel- blackface and Murray Aultman's
ing in the north, returned yesterday song and dance drew prolonged ap-
and are at home on Orange avenue. plause. The music was .excellent
Leo Burgman returned to Sea- and the popularity of the quartette
S*was agam proved by the repeated
breeze last Saturday from his sum- was again proved by the repeat
mer in the north and Jerome is ex- The b c mt
pected the latter part of next week. b m
was an exceedingly funny tak off of
it you use the "Bisight" or that body and the Irish specialty
"Kryptock" Bifocles your eye trou- also caused much laughter.
bles will cease, let me explain. Alderman E. J. Mills took an op-
Neville H. Clark, Optemetrist. portumty between acts to explain
Mrs. D. F. Austin, since her the proposed improvements on the
return from her western trip, has island for those uninformed or mis-
taken up her residence in the new informed.
cottage which she had erected on .Lack of time and space forbid a
Myrtle avenue during the summer, more detailed account of this very
creditable show.
Mrs. F. H. Houghton arrived i
Thursday from Westerville, Ohio, I
i EpisLopal Services.
having had, as she says, all the cold l
weather she desired, winter in the Grace Church, Port Orange, ser-
north beginning unusually early vice and sermon, 2-0Q p. m.
the's }ear. iSt. Mary's, Daytona, Service and

Sermon, t Li) a. m. Music by
Mrs. Chas. E. Gardiner and Miss veste r.
Vested choir.
Ella Willaume, who have been at race Churo New Smyrna, Ser-
Asbury Park, N. J., during the vice and Sermon, 4:00 p. m.
A rr, 3rae s rig vice and Sermon, 4:00 p. m.
'Mr. Gardiner, who joined them Have Exchanged Pulpits.
some weeks ago, arrived yesterday, Rev. D. H. Rutter, pastor ofhe
having been compelled by business R p
o retun anoer roue. First M. E. Church, will leave Day-
tona with his family for West Pitta-
In order that there may be no burg, Pa., next Tuesday, having ex-
misunderstanding of the matter, A. changed charges with Rev. H. H.
M. Harrison desires us to say that Mallinson, of that place, who, with
the "where-with-all" referred to in Mrs. Mallinsoa, will arrive here in
last week's paper in connection with time to fill the pulpit Sunday, Oc-
his trip to St. Augustine was un- tober 17. -
doubtedly a sewing machine. This Mr. Mallinson is highly recom-
is another case of what Henry the mended and he and Mrs. Mallinson
Eighth said. will receive a cordial welcome in
Leon Despland is among the few Daytona, but it is with the deepest
who secured seed of the new potato, regret that the members of the
Monarch of France, and has about church and citizens in general see
one-third of an acre planted in them. Mr. Rutter and family depart, they
Mr. Despland also has some fine having endeared themselves to
looking fall tomatoes and a good many people in Daytonaand vicinity
stand of strawberry plants and during their residence here.
thinks he will have fruit from the
latter in November. Messrs. Holroyd and Hilyard, pro.

i prietors of the Prince George, and
Dr. S. W. Carroll recently made prietors o
Dr. S. W. Carroll recently made their families are enroute to Day-
an Aeolian harp, which, though not
up to the latest rag time, produces t
some very weird music when placed Mrs. M. D. Van leusen, of Stock-
in a window or other aperture bridge, Mass., arrived last night for
where it is exposed to a strong cur-1 a visit with her parents, Mr. and
rent of air. He should have had it Mrs O. A. Hitch, on First avenue.
out in the recent norther if he was Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Melton, Miss
after strong sound effects. Gertrude Turner, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Young Thomas, the youthful C. Smith and others, mad8 a trip to
colored prophet of Midway, relieved the Inlet Thursday afternoon on
that somewhat congested district of Arthur L. Ferguson's launch, the
a number of men and women re- u. th. R
cently, it is said, by prophesying a J3ih Blymyer has so far recov-
great war there for last Saturday ered that he and Mrs. Blymyer
night. Later the angel. which ap-. expect to leave Chattanooga for this
pears to him, ordered lis own de- city about the middle of the month.
parture from the scene of a year's Mr. Blymyer's niece, Mrs. J. B.
jriqmph over the superstitious fears Prentice, will be here earlier to pre-
of many people of his color, pare for their coming.

*Phone 28 will call for your clean
ing and pressing. 0. S. Burnett tf
Mrs. C A. Ellenwood and W. A.
Bennett who were ; arrived recently
at Manchester. N. H., arrived in
laytona last Monday night and are
at home in Mrs. Bennett's place on
Volusia avenue. They were about
two weeks on the journey south-
ward, going fromu Manchester to
Milford, N. H..and from there to
New Jergey and New Yoik, onling
from th- latter place to .Iacksonvillc
hy the ('lyde Line.

About twenty of the arrivals
Thursday night were members of a
party of thirty-six that left Jersey
City for Jacksonville in a special
car in charge of Prof Schadt_ who

goes to Winter Park as teacher of
languages at Rollins College.
Among the number were G. F. An-
derson, wife and daughter, Miss
Ada, Mrs Graves and son, Rex,
Miss Anna Schneider, Miss Anna
Garta,. Miss Bumstead and Mrs. J.
F. Kirkland, all of Ocean Grove,
N. .1 where Mrs. Graves conducts

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Plumbing and Heatim Sples.

Brass and (alv. Pipe ad Fittngs

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Phone 96.


Physician and Surgeon
Special attention to diaemme of the
Eye, Ear, Threat and Now. Office
and reaidmee, Magoa aveeU 3rd
door west of P. 0., telephone 82.
O4I)e hours 9a. to- p. m.

Physician and Surgeon
Associated with R.O. Oooley, M. D.
Special attention given to dtieases o
the Eye, Eye, Noee and Throat. Oee
hours to 9 a. m. I to 4 nd I to 8 p. m.
Homeopathic Physician
No. 453 North Beach Street.
Offie Hours, 12-30 to 2:30 and 6:00
to 7:30.
Telephone No. 122.

Physician and Surgeon.
Office and resideane: 123 So. Ridge-
wood Avenue, opp Ridgewood Ho-
tel. Phone 17. Office hours: 9 to
11 a. m., 2to4and 6:30 to 8 p. m.

Architect Builder and
Residence and ofce, northeast cor-
net Ridgewood and Volhia ave.
Phone 8s. Daytona, FP

Dr. BobmanoB's
oiw Avew. mf .tmM. Fk.
Twvwenty-six large. airy rooms. newly
furnished and 'tted throaghont with all
hospital conveniences. Thoroughly eq-
uipped operating room on second floor.
For terms address

Physician and Surgeon.
302 North Ridgewood
p Phone 193, Daytona. Florida
Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m.,
6 to p.m.


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itzgerald & Oates
Attorneys at Law
Special AUtwo to rv-imfa mnd
Perfectag Land Thls.
Conrad Blok, PAYTONA. FLA.
Car D. Land Bert Fish
Attorneys at Law
ractiM g tso anl tate and Federal
Court. Ctil orCraminalbualt es giv-
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for inveIst ng and ectg titles.

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Daytona Offie Ftbliebed 1875

Daytona Private Hos-
pital and Sanitarium'
Evry failityforth propertreatment
and care of edical a rgical ases.
Electrical appuances. trUained nuae.
qulot.riouoridlbfa. 5poell attention
stvemto an partsein. on appli-
caMlo. o no Beach SLt Daytola.
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Office in Atwood block, up stairs.
D tona, Florida.




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Dytona's lancomparableOcen Beach. Publi; e. by (he tiazette-Ntws
One of Daytona P crowning glories is Matter of Informa-
her incomparable beach. No one who
ever set foot upon its smooth, packed lion to Its Readesrs.
sands; no one who ever pedaled a hi- Be it .rdained by the City Council f
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever te City of Datoa. Fiolida.
drove a prancing pair of horses and list- Section 1. lThat all p'rivie. vaults
ended to the popping of their steel shoes and close.t- in tne corporate limits of
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one the City of 0.i tlou .!sh:dl he -upplied
who ever steered a high-power automo with a bucket sy-tern under the direct-
bile down the broad stretch of wave- ion of tlhe ;anit ,ry Committee of the
washed and surf-packed sand but re l- City Cncil aind that tthe cleaning of
ized that it is a world-beater, a world- aid privies. vauls -nl closets within
wonder. Go stand upon this wi c the corporate lnits of the City of Day-
speedway and see the happy souls flit i ton shr:li e lone exclusively by the
by in joyous mood, and answer whether Sanitary Commniittee of said City by its
this is not one of the seven modrnl duly authouiz.d agenl andl that it will
wonders. PEd be unlawful for any private person to do
.The Pdlacid. Pellucid Halifax River. \rk ul nrmsion shall be
s.tid work unless nerinibsion shall be
Where think you is water with more given ,b till Sanllitary ('cell) llie of the
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a City ('v u ,ril.
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta- sectionn 2. That aid privies, vaults
tion artistic cottages with roomy ve- iand c,.-,.ts shall Ie prle-'rly cleaned
randa's looking out upon her bosonm, and disinfrtettl by uaidl Sanitlary .'c n-
gamey food fishes in countless numbers ,mittee,hy its duly authorized agent, andl
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod all exereinii-t froni said pri ies. vault.
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck :d co .-et. l be removed in covered
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds, rc rptarcles by .-aidi Sanitary Committee,
which sit about as if for the sport. of ,y its duly auhorized agent, and depois-
bobbing upon her waves; watch that ited or disposed of in such mnnum r as
lubberly old white headed pelican po-ll shall be decided by tu.e said Sanitary
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk str-g- Committee of the City Council
gling upward with his floundering load S.ection 3. Be it ordained that no
he snatched from the water. person shall deposit in any bucket of
See the beautiful launches, spick and priy, vault or closet an y broken
span, their hampers and lockers bulging gl ss, crockery, tin cans, slop water
with refreshments both solid an liquid, front the kitchen or bed room, or any
ready for a cruse upon her beautiful other refuse matter.
surface. Take out your field glass and Section 4. That buckets shall be fur-
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to nished by the City of Daytona, by its
Ponce Park light house, then say duly authorized agent, and that the
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of contents of said buckets shall be remov-
beauty and a joy forever, and one of e by the Sanitary Committee of the
the modern wonders. said City Council. by its duly author-
The EnAcatltly Plcturesque Ridgewood. sizedd agent, once in two weeks, or often-
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of er if necessary in the judgment of the
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies, Sanitary Committee.
and the wide-spreading branches of the Section 5. The sum of twenty-five
heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their cents (25c). each month for the removal
giant arms across this magnificent vista, of one bucket and forty cents (40c),
forming an arch, and from these extend- eacil month for the removal of two
ed arms great festoons of. Spanish moss buckets, and ten cents (10c0, each
sway as the trade winds from tropicseas month for each additional bucket shall
fan them. Looking straight ahead dowr be collected from the owner or tenant
this white shell street one has the im- of the property where each privy, vault
preslon of a fairy path with elfish dra- or closet is located, whenever such
series, but as you move along and cast buckets are removed by the Sanitary
an eye first to the right and then to the Committee, by. its duly authorized
left you see distinguished cottage homes agent. Said sums mentioned above tc
in the most delightful settings. be collected by the Sanitary Committee,
Sarplssia Benaty at Our Cottage Homes. by its duly authorized agent.

No one of Daytona s attractions, per- Section
haps commands more nearly universal being noti
'attention and praise than does the artis- tee, by its
tie cottage. The owners of these charm- neglect or
ing villas hail from every corner of the in the con
country and they bring their own archi- or closet u
tectural plans and build upon them,and used by st
as the architecture of one section of the ary to ada
country differs from the architecture of the bucke
another so do our homes differ in.out- shall her
ward appearance and structural beauty vault or
from one another. There are nomonoto- limits of t
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings other thai
but the eye, as it- sweeps by, is treated with the p
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps Conimitte
Sthe mind wondering "What next?" prevent o
Streets and Pavements the Most ad Best. Committee
Why the Architect of the Universe agent, in
chose to give to Daytona the most ad- the buck
mirable, the most picturesque natural closeetshaI
setting of all the cities of the South is and upon
not revealed but that such is a fact punished
must be apparent to the most superficial (50) doll
observer. With such lavish wealth of feeding ti
natural beauty it became an easy thing cretion of
for the hand of man to give the little Section
finishing touches which have brought sol shall
out the colors and outlines of the big or cargo
picture. 3' ,ithin
Man did all this in the -laying out of month ill
the streets with their wide margins of then and
package, the entire city becomes a tary Con
great park agent, shi
And as for pavements, pavements bucket or
that look and act like granite,-where or set
else between the eastern and western son or pet
seas are so many miles in proportion to to pay tl'
inhabitants? Till some unheard-of til" said
place reports more and better, Daytona declared
throws down the gauntlet to the world. ion, and
Squirrels. Flowers. Birds'and Fruits. shall be (
Whatever one's shorteonmings and or*and u"
however indifferent or eve. callous one p'lisledl
may be to many things thi the mere men- (50) dol
tion of "slsuirrels and flowers. lhiris an i exct'eding
ruits" will send a thrill that is rellecteed di'sre(tioll
in distended pupils and pricked ears. Sertion
For every visitor with a spare "goo- this ordin
her" there is a bunny ready to come out o vaults r
and accept your gift. lie will sit bolt or t'l'""
upright and gnaw into the meat. casting proved i1
furtive, saucy glances at you meanwhile. Section
Flowers! Usually fresh and blooming of ordinal
the year 'round. In one yard roses of hereby re
variegated hues predominate, another Sect'ionl
has a penchant for the poinsettia atd i'oaslt'e fao
the premises are aflame; another is hid-i law and,
den in a jungle of tall cane. p:.-:ige :
The birds flit in, and with their joyous Pas I s
notes help to give fullness and s.snimelC- I'i
try to the picture. l' l
As for fruits. choice citrus fruits. Davy-
tuna yiel(ts the lpalml to nonre for qailityv Alti st:

and quantity per acre. 'There are scores i
of citrus groves in proximity to the city,
branches bending to the earth with their
burdens of luscious golden globes.
The Fastest Autos And The Finest (out.

I A. t(4

6. Any person who after
ified by the Sanitary Commit-
duly authorized agent, shall
refuse to make such changes
struction of any privy, vault
Ipon the premises occupied or
Ich person as shall be necess-
ipt it to the convenient use of
t system, or any person who
after construct any privy,
closet within the corporate
the City of Daytona or use any
n the bucket system, unless
permission of the said Sanitary
e,or any person who shall
Dr hinder the said Sanitary
e, by its duly authorized
the cleaning and removal of
ets from any privy, vault or
II be guilty of a misdemeanor,
conviction of same shall be
by a fine not exceeding Fifty
ars, or imprisonment not ex-
hirty days, or both, in the dis-
the Mayor.
7. That whenever any per-
ri-fuse or fail to pay the charge
s mentioned above iu section
two weeks after the end of the
which said work was done,
in that event, the s-aid Sani-
umittce, by its duly authorized
all refuse to remove the said
r buckets from the privy, vault
,ceupied or owned by such per
r.sonl having refused or failed
te said charge or charges, and
arivy, vault or closet shall ie
to beI in an unIanuitary condit-
;he ,owner or occupant thereof
Irllteid guilty of a milisdemean-
1)pon conviction of same shall he
lb a fine not exceeding Fifty
lars, or ly impiisounteiitn not
Sthirty days. or both, in tlhe
I of the Mayor.
S. Thatit the provisions of
I:ncei -hall not apply to privies,
c-l,..ts .a\i'ntg water carriage
el pr.i-t-ily cnili truct d and ap-
1", tlhe, Satiilaiy (Coliiaittee.
A9 .11 eirdimaic.s arnd parts
licets in ctuldlict herewith are
Ill 1 'his o iii-'naiirice shall lie
r thirty dlays :s Ipro\itlded iby
.-I:ill h,. c..-rt etlecltive oni its
d il pulilia:t i>'n.
tirst reati:i .I Alw >. 1909.
ei'.:ul rru!>!>in Aug t. l!0^ .
I: ini ,, i.i; N: ;,p 1: 3. 1909.
il;\im 1Mi illlilT,
Il'r id i int City ('ounciis
I N i 1l ; 'ity ( '1 hrk.
c-ii l!.i- 11 1 tI ;:av of --pt A.

Re sonable Reaut.l \ r.
A Reasonable Reauest.




will live a miserable life till that dress
Clever Tactics When William Quit or cloth gets torn or is thrown away.
Using Tobacco. if a shirt is torn and if the wearer
An excerpt from Doris' letter: "And. wants to stitch It. It must be taken off.
oh. WilL if you weren't the dear- for if It is stitched while on the body
eat boy! You often told me that the person will soon die. A Moham-
you would do anything In the world medan will never allow a barber to
for me, and now you write for my come near him on Tuesdays. for Tues-
sake you've quit smoking. I'll have to days and Saturdays and Sundays are
wait until I see you to tell you what a bad days for shaving. If absolutely
dear I think you are." necessary he will get himself shaved
' From Janis: "You write that out of on Saturday or Sunday. but never on
consideration for me you have stopped Tuesday. as his star is supposed to fall
smoking for good. That was just love- In blood if he does so. If one receives
ly of you. William. and you may de- money or some valuable thing, it is
pend that I greatly appreciate it." taken with the right hand. for if it
From Phyllis: "Billy, boy. it's just is taken with the left the person re-
ripping! You're the dandy kid! Just to ceiving it is said to forget all about
think that you would swear off using it very soon or to mislay It. A de-
the weed just for me! It was mighty rout Mohammedan will not start on a
dear of you. Billy, and it makes me all journey on Wednesdaay. for it is be-
the more keen for you." leved he will never return home safe-
From Marjorie: "To think that ly if he does so. And It is said that
you've quit smoking. William! I was even a snake never ventures out of
so surprised! Of course I always knew its hole on this day.
that you care for me. but to think that.
as you say. you've made this sacrifice A Snake Story.
on my account-why, it's positively The family were at dinner when
noble of youFr there came a tap at a door seldom
From his mother: "Will. my son. opened. Winning no attention, it was
this proves your love for me. Father repeated and again a third time.
Is enclosing a check to show that he i though more softly, and then the door
appreciates the fact that you think was swuhg back and. behold, there
enough of your parents to give up was a snake, knocking at the portals.
smoking for them." of hospitality! Down upon its head. in
From his doctor: "Your letter ad- conformity with the decree of tradi-
vising me that you have obeyed my tion and with Ezra's understanding of
orders and stopped the use of tobacco scriptural direction, crunched a Brit-
Is at hand. As I said. your compli- Ish boot It was a mother snake, who.
ance ."-Puck. having bravely overcome her fear of
man. was seeking sustenance, not for
Back Number. herself perhaps, though she was starv-
"William." said Mslr Van Gelder to lug. but more likely for the little ones
the man of all work. "I want you to that were found in the grass by the
clean out that large closet in the hall brook. Thus for once. at any rate. did
just outside the parlor. Burn all the .the craftiness of the devil succumb to
old newspapers, waste paper and any the Instinct of motherhood.-George
other rubbish you may find there." B. M. Harvey in North American Re-
After a short time she met William view. *
In the hall carrying in his arms a huge The "Macaroi."
pile of sheetrmusic. the property of her The "maar
eldest daughter. The "macaroni" were exquisites or
"What are you going to do with Ma. fops who in England and France led
bel's music?' she asked. the fashions from 17SO to 17S5 and
"Why. burn it. sure. as you told mewere distinguished by an immense
to. It was to the closet there with the knot of artificial hair worn on the top
other rubbish" of their heads. A small cocked hat
"But I didn't mean the music. Put it which perched ridiculously on their
back at once" topknot, satin or brocade coats and
N oting hs mstrslsmall clothes fitting tightly to the body
Noting his mistress' displeasure. Wil- ad slk stocks with bbo garters
flam inquired in surprise: and silk st(w.kings with ribbon garters
"Why. hasn't she played it all' composed the costume of these fash-
lonable gentlemen, who invariably car-
Wouldt Hg te ried a long walking stick with tassels
WAn old nero nam he JE h attached and frequently a bouquet tied
An old negro named Ephraim. hao- u a ii-
Ing been sworn on the jury in a mur- t t and affnd egait ad manner
der trial, for some time resisted a ver- There w as during the war for lnde-
diet of guilty for no other apparent There was durig the war for inde-
reason than his strong aversion to capi- hodence acbody of Marla shoy older
tal puni n In te 'who on account of their showy uni-
tal punishment in general. Finally the forms were called "macaronL"
foreman explained to him that it was a
question either of hanging the prisoner She Had Learned.
or hanging the jury and that It all de-ig to a e
ended on him. "Fo' gracious. sah." *he hardest thing to acquire. i tm ."
replied Uncle Ephraim. "on dem rea- aithe d ramatc taer. i th ar
sonments de prisoner am sho' guilty." f atully without appr-
ent effort."

"My wife is getting so she can cook."
*You are prejudiced In her favor."
"'No. I am not She gare a tramp
a piece of pie last week. and be has
been back for more three times."
"Perhaps be is after a hero medal."
-Houston Post.

The Mean Thing.
"W h~rt .rc v.--A a-JA a t ._

"Oh. I've got that down fine." said .
The would be soubrette. "I1 typewrote
for three years for a man who was al-
a'irs tellin- ml fuinn v storriies aout

lls little boy."-Indianapolis News.

He Knew.
Mrs.-Oh. Jack.- Dolly told me the
most exciting secret, and made me'
swear never to tell :a living soul! Mr.-
Well. hurry up with it. I'm late to the


The Perfet Systwn by Which Its
Treauree Are Guarded.
The Tower of London has the most
perfect system of burglar alarms that
has yet been devised.
From Scotland Yard. from the gov-
ernor's headquarters and from other
places known only to a few respon-
sible officials the whole Tower can be
closed electrically within a few see-
onds. Even Phe ponderous gates at
the middle tower, which weigh some
tons and through which visitors pass,
swing to automatically, and the escape
of every one within is instantly barred.
At the same time an alarm bell rings
to warn wardens, police and soldiers.
In particular the precautions in the
apartment containing the crown Jew-
els are of a most scientifically elabo-
rate kind. One of the beefeaters on
.uty in the room has merely to press
a button, whereupon the heavy door
closes, the alarm bell below rings, the
other gates slam to and lock, and every
person within the tower Is Instantly
cut off from the outer world.
"The man who can get away with
any of the crown Jewels deserves
them," observed a Tower official.
"From where I am standing I could
close every Important door and gate
in the Tower in as short a time as it
takes to utter these words."
It was mainly to insure the safety
of the crown jewels that the system
was Installed.
No order had been issued for the
closing of the Tower on a recent Sat-
urday when, greatly to their alarm.
the visitors found doors locked, bolted
and barred against them for about ten
minutes. preventing any one leaving
the Tower.
"The Tower simply closed--that is
all," remarked an official. "Who caus-
ed it to do so we do not know. It
might have beeq Scotland Yard. where
the pressing of a button would Im-
prison every soul within the Tower un-
til the police gave the signal for their
release, or it might have been tife
governor, anxious to learn whether we
were all at our posts. At any rate. it
was none of the minor offirials.
n fact. who closed the powerr and
why is a secret known only-to the
highest authorities. There was no
alarm, no attempt to setze the crown
jeweis."-London Mall.



Il the ('ireuit toutrt, Rev-
,-ith Judicial (Vircuit iu
aind for Volusat County,

Re-gian:a Moor.
Jameii's .loore
To Jlana-s Moore'.
You are' herly rtequlrt-d to appear to the-
Hill of oiaiplaint tiled hre-rel against you
In thil' it -ov etiitlthed csttu on or Ilfrore the
lst day cfa Novt'uiltl-r, A. 1. aitti.
"The- Ilaiyonan i:iazette-N-ewS ist herclty
tde-siglii:led a- the. ilew lutp- r it which this.
ortd-r slihll em- latulila-.l- olic-r- a wt-e-k for

SAM' It. i. .h l>AN..'lerk.
lIy R. 1'. HAI.IS.
Io.| l iat'-putyv 'l-rk.
F. W. Pr.>p,...Ir.,
HSo icitor lor comiplainant.

4Nobody Q-
S ea know every.
thing. To become eNJIS
ereanstorpecla-ize. Weareoas-
eltasts In producing the bet Bowevr
Rad vegetable weds. a 1 years w
have become experts. Sow FeTryT
seedsa ad reathe reitar of our ca
e toteoand profit by ear perWlo
ontreeoreqoery Addwre m
o-M.FEl SU..K ir.MHm.

information about all
Seeds for the

Farm and Garden,
Grasses and Clovers,
Vetches, Alfalfa,
Seed Wheat Oats.
Rye, Barley, etc.
Also tells all about

Ve: etale & Flower Seeds
that can be planted in the fall to
advantage and profit, and about
Hyacinths. Tulips and other
Flowering Bulbs, Vegftable and
Strawberry Plants. Poultry
Supplies and Fertiliers.
erty F nnrmer and Gardener should
have this catalog. It is invaluable in
its h Ipfulness and suggestive ideu for
a protitable and satisfactory Farm or
iGn'en. Catalogue maned free on
request. Writeforit.

SSedsmen -Richmond Va. C


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A Formation Borrowed by Wallace
From the 'eIr;nga.
The greatest of all Scottish anniver-
saries is that of -Blnoc-lburu, fought
in the ear 1314. Apart from its bear-
ing on the independence of Scotland,
the lIattle will always have an excep-
tional interest from the military point
of view. as Bannockburn may be said
to have been the birthplace of the
British square. "l*roud Edward's",
army mainly consisted of cavalry,
while that of the Scots, on the other
hand, was almost exclusively composed
of foot folk armed with the spear.
and these Bruce threw into "schil-I
troms." o oblong squares, a formation
borrowed by Wallace from the Flem-'
ings. who had employed it with suc-.
cess at Courtray to resist the charge of
Sthe English cavalry.
Hitherto the mounted mail clad
knight had carried everything beforei
him, but Courtray and Bannockbnrn
proved that he was powerless to break
resolute spear armed Infantry drawn
up in "'schiltrom." or hedgehog forma-
tion. and these two battles revolution-
ized the tactics of the continent and
of our own island. Profiting by the
lesson which bad been taught them
at Bannockburn. the English applied
the tactics of the Scots with brilliant
success at Crecy and still more at
Agincourt. As it was the Scots who
may be said to have originated the
British square at Bannockburn. so it
was they again who at Balaklava were
the first to discard it with their "thin
,red line." and now. owing to our
changed conditions of warfare, it is
discarded altogether.-London Chron-


Superstition Seems to Govern Most of
Their Actions.
Mohammedans of India are very
superstitious. No Mohammedan will
take a bath on Sunday or Tuesday.
But if one bathes on Wednesday all
misfortunes and misery that are in
store for him till the next Wednesday
will be averted. As a role. all Moham-
medans bathe on Fridays before going
to perform the jumma prayers. For
donning new clothes Saturday. Sunday
and Tuesday are regarded as bad days.
If any one dons a new dress or puts
on a new cloth or allows his tailor to
cut a piece of cloth on these days. he

Ancient Origin of Military $alt:.;.
When djil the militarY xrul c1-me
Into us(-? It eerttminuy 'al--
earlier ha:, of the fe,';. iti.
says tii" S tt James-' (; .ett'.. inl'043

wnhic !I:~ issue-1 lwfiwe V :!:~q :r
of pr-i;attarp IT mno"V le tip'.-: r- i*
an t-x v .-rly enuaiat iilu-lr:!tid!u I
whi h kl' 'n: u i ipr-+:!4!~s s-i
luti:- -Z It !hl.-dec. Th. e ~ utriarch F
III L~*;A.l' 1) :rnwir ih:,rjt;
guar I. ;and it wouIld l:eeul tht. V-
cbhsicd,'t I- bri!n,!inun him refre..uime-jit
of vv:wtor. anti thit -: -lstt icu dkl u tI
the mnih:ar; Otte still l I n:re.
T'Le Ti';w[ish t':;ill'le It: E".nr:' w w-
fou!ded in the fourteenth century.
when the Turks'were driven c.ut of
central Asia by the Mongol.

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Legal Notices

Natke of Applcalm for Tax Deedt Under
S_-ctln 8 of Chapter 488. Laws
Of vkuila
Noti.- i !-rvbvl Oven thuit )mto R. Kirchl-
Off. pLlW IS-0.-r(Oi Tax C 4'rtlilt-zvt, No,. I-),
d.t d t d! Ve 3l day Of .Junie, A. P., 191.. h:is
Illid s- ..l 'v rtitt-ntte in mv othee. and has
itevjrd ie witli hiIw. mSatim certlattv u e Ci-
bnl~-t-s io Tclow iti it 4,-sirulcr pjrotwrty sit-
tiaited i-, voitir~tro countyrt. Floritin. to-wit:
iA)t .1 3 %se-.sOr's sulb division of Llluplt
(ir:. ut K etSlci:- iI. Towi II 3outh raime :
*,a,.t. 1hI 10ai.1 1itl ld -oili n sse.t-.weI lit ti*-
daite of ltit- i.,sijilljve of ?uch certitlleute in
tl.-m an.,'- off4. F-. Iurtm-y. lInl-si said ver-
titl-mte- sh:Qull tbe rt-de.-nna*-d iii nevoati 14) Itiw,
t:t xl*"tI will isu thIere-on on the 1lth Lilly
of w-u.tr. A. I I44.
t\'ItII ss ill.%oltici-l sigmitur.- atind -ail
this, ti- t7tlh dl:y o( Mept.-ulvu-r. A. Il.. 01119.
DS-AL] A D'l. Ia. IoRIAI.
I Ito-r:z lircuIIt roUurt Voluslu County. F Yii(
HV It. 1'. If AM Ll N. Deputy 4 'Ierk.

i Fii puil. An--,. 7; last pub-; Sept. t-p
i t Coimitv .Iulgte-s Court.
Volusi: C'ounty, Floridat. %
I i tlI(- he ittt-r Of tit- estate of Franc-is (g.
(lotlhla, d. d,-t-c'-io-A.
Notie.- is heart-iyv giv-en to a&i credltors.
It-ate-. inti mu jarois hlvinig any ltd.-
K"ln 331. a gakInst th t- vtal t4f 1 Fnincls (G. CiAI-
dtard. el ceand. to upnp-uit the snmlln to the
utinlerskritld within the tMile prvesctrilpd b
litw, or ;he satit- will Ime IrrXd .
Executrlx with thM! Will Annexed.
i First pub. (Wt.?. l1119.1
Administrator's Notice.
Volusli Cowr'ou y. Florida, I
In t Ilt ,iil.,1 of the e-statte of Ellas AT.
Notiv.-- 1Js here-bv giv-en to all creditors.
It-guitt-t--. and till k--jSOll'.haat-ilKlVaY 4(k
munItad.,:d. gizi:4 tht- -sbitnt Of Milt!s 31. Vin-
ing-. dc- -iaed. to prems-t t, c samie- to the-
undlers'n.-t withinn the timex pre-crilm-d lay
hiw.ur the- %:titl ewill be- lkirrc%.
Ad mal istruior.
hiatt. -4)ranonld, Flit., (et. Ist. 1909.
Fir,- Pub). 5-pt s; list pub. tk-t. la
Notice to Non-Resident.




President Vice-Prs.

Capital Stock............................
Surplus and Profits .....................
Four per cent interest paid on Savings ap
tificates of Deposit. No notice require

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