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 9, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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CVol. 21, No. 20

Goes Everywhere. Reaches All C *lsf.

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Uaytona, Florida, October 9, 1909.

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S-, Just received, our fall and winter line of

Ladies' Skirts and Coats and Misses and
Cbildrens Coats.
Also a complete line of samples from the American ladies' Tailorins Co.
We are prepared th take your measure for your choice of eighteen styles of
Skirts and twelvestvyes of coats. all of the latest fashions. made to lit each
individual figure. out of any choie- of 180 different kinds of c!dth. If we
cannot fit you with a ready made count. suit or skirt, we will t ke your
measure and have it made for you. Call and see them.


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


to desorate your homes. You don't have to buy
$2.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 and see them



The North Beach Street Grocer. 'PHONE 19.





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A close examination of electric-
al work finished and changed for
from this shop shows ho', square-
ly 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.

Daytona Electric Co.

232 South Beach Street.






Cabinet M lRer. Wood Worker.
S Picture Frames, Door and Widow Aeens made to order.
w Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.

IR. D, TATrLOR, Electrical Contractor
House Wiring a Specialty.
Dealer in Electrical Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shades,
Lamps. No. 8 Orange avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. .
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iBond Lumber Company,


Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime
d Ct i Stc Oe and Yards: East Cons
nd Cement in Stock. RaKlway and Ora tge Avenue
MILIA-Bond Mill, Atlantic Oosut IAne Ry., 1oo miles south of Jacksonville.
Kalamazso. on Sanford Branch ct the F. E. C. Ry.

Phone 83

R. J. MALBY, Manasier.


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ng a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Roof, a Hot Air Furnace,
&y of the other metal necessities required to complete a modern

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General repair shop on Volusia Aveni
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Uuild Uevelopers

Three ~Candidates Were Conducted

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ble service at fair prices.
ue, next to the Armnry.
Out of town work solicited.

by allowing no dirt or filth to ac- and uaintan as.tisobled to
cumulate around the house, stabh- offer congratulations to the long-
cumulate around the house, stablk
or yard. wedded couple.
Refreshments were serw. d and a
Pour kerosene oil into the drain- Rs were ird and a
General good time enjoyed by all.
and kill the eggs of the fly. i. eiv man
1 Mr. and MIrs. Lic-k recivt* many
VWhere there is no dirt or fil i
there will be ito lies. appropriate presents.
Ieware of the 11 n
rollarLu 2 hints all sty leftn slhrts

"Jeems' "Munificent Offer.

i Palntkat Times-Hn.rTan i
"Jim" Alexander says that he will
give the vote of Valutia to any man
who will run against Frank Clark
Such generous offers are not often
recorded in this age of narr w

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

Lettuce, Beets, Turnips and Mustard

(reens. Cranberries, Apples,

Avocado Pears, Guavas,

Limes and Lemons.

Through Forests and Their K[TKENRU U. n. KUillIK. sideraton $14,325.00, or
Horns Properly Adjusted. a aOne Third Its Value.
!i) tona Lodge No. 1141 B P. 0. Fountain City Lodge Knights of' T. F. Williams, president of the
E held a rousing meeting Friday: i i Conrad Grocery Company of this
night after the summer sleep. Three Pythias, Entertains Popu city, is evidently about to embark
candidates. Criminal Court Judge lar Minister. in the manufacture of brick. Last
James W. Perkins, Sheriff E. L. The farewell reception tendered Monday he purchased from Frank
Smith, of DeLand. and Commodore Rev. D. HI. Rutter Monday night by P. Fleming, as special master, at
J. U. Allen, of Allenhurt, furnished Fountain City Lodge. Knights of Jacksonville, for $14,325, what is
the sport for the old bucks that Pythias was largely attended, sev- known as the White Pressed brick
gathered in their glen in the Con- enty five or more ladies and gentle- Plant, located about four miles north
rad blot-k. men being present. ,f Jacksonville. The plant was
The candidates were taken in Mr. Rutter made an eloquent faro- sold to satisfy a mortgage of the
charge in the afternoon at about well address, thanking the members Barnett National Bank against the
four o'clock and alter being arrayed of Fountain City Lodge and Day- Florida White Pressed Bnck Com-
in costumes appropriate to the Occe- todians in general for kindnesses pany. It is a very valuable property
sion were given a walk up and extended to him and his while in and is said to have been sold for
down Beach street. In the evening Daytona. about one-third its actual value.
the candidates were given their de-i Rev. O Porter, Mr. Butter's It consists of about twenty-two
agrees after which a spread was en- district superintendent, spoke in acres of land in the Sibbald grant,
joyed by the thirty or forty who had highly complimentary terms of Mr. brick molds, three presses, steam
gathered to witness the fun. Rutter's success in the St. Johns boilers, 150-horsepower Corliss en-
Daytona Lodge, which was insti- River Conference and of his ap- gine, 125-horsepower steam feed
tuted last January, now has a mem- pointment to the responsible posi- pump, and other briclmaking ma-
bership of over seventy and several tion of secretary of that body as an chinery and conveniences, such as
candidates are now on the way. No. acknowledgement of his ability and 120 steel cars, railroad cars, railroad
1111 promises to be one of the best worth. Mr. Porter laid great em- iron, etc.
lodges in the State in a very short phasis on the fact that Mr. Rutter Mr. Williams declined to say
time. was aided and strengthened in his what his intentions are regarding
I work by his charming wife who has the plant, other than that it would
Birthday Surprise. deservedly shared his popularity in be operated.
Friday of last week being the Daytona.
thirty-eighth anniversary of tle Rev. A. L. Abercrombie referred Architect Hal in New Field.
birth of S. W. O'Rrien his estimable in earnest manner to the good work E. Hal itect d bilde
wife made preparations to celebrate accomplished for the church by Mr. is extending his operations from
it in a fitting manner and as a sui- Rutter while stationed here. Wesley land to water and establishing a
prise to him. Ilerrick spoke of the help Mr. Rutter record as a speed boat designer.
Mr. O'Nlrien had set that day to had been to Fountain City I.ode Sometime during the spring J. H
go fishing with John Troy (at the when it most needed help and how Baker, owner of the Saratoga Inn
latter's suggestion, at Mrs O'Brien's he had assisted in placing it on a on Soth Bch street, wrote to r
suggestion) which gave Mrs. O'Brien firm foundation, while Joseph Os- Hall from Saratoga, N. Y, asking
ample time for her arrangements. borne dwelt on the benefit several him to make plans for a power boat
Mr. O'Brien returned in the even :of the fraternal organizations had such as are to be seen n the Hal.
ing well pleased with the day's received through the interest shown ifax.
sport, a handsome string of nineteen in them by Brother Rutter and his Mr Hall studied what craft of
fine trout and bass between him and personal attendance at their meet- this character were to be found
Mr. Troy. Early in the evening ings. All spoke regretfully of part- and after talking with several prac-
Mrs. Oer. a near neighbor, called ing with him and his estimable wife tical men interested in the subject
Mr. O'Brien over and engaged him and that regret is general through- of power boats, who gave willingly
in conversation until friends and out the city. of their knowledge and experience,
neighbors had time to assemble. Refreshments were served and hodrew his own deductions and
each armed with a Chinese lantern, Wood's orchestra discoursed music later, designs for a speed boat to
which were quickly lighted and at intervals during the evening, answerthe requirements and for-
hung around the verandah, while varied by several selections by the warded them to Mr. Baker.
the visitors gathered in front of the. Pythian male quartet. The boat built on these lines and
house. On his return Mr. O'Brien The boat bu on these line and
was confronted by this illumination philanthropic Department. call the "Greyhond" beat all
and greatly surprised to find the records on Saratoga Lake and car-
crowd gathered about the place. At a meeting of the Philanthropic ried off the cup offered as a trophy.
crod gathereshmentsof ake, ice Delartment of the Palmetto Club, at the same time lowering the record
Dainty refream ans candies were served and held last week, Mrs. F. A. White, for the course, ten nautical miles,

an enjoyable evening passed. Mr. the secretary, was appointed presi by four minutes and sixteen seconds.
an O'enjo le evengd several nce dent, to fill the vacancy caused bv The time was forty-six minutes and
Osefl received several nice and the death of Mrs. Laurence 'homp- fifty seconds. The Greyhound is
useful presents. His greatest sur-son, and Miss Lillian Thompstr n equipped with a 2-cylinder, 12-
praise, however, came later, when he Lllian rholnipsn eupped 2-cylinder,1
pe arned that his fishing trip had was appointed secretary. horsepower Gray engine and ha.
n planned for ays by his wife he kindergartens in Midway and attained a speed of between seven
en plaed for days by hs wife Wayross were opened this week as teen and twenty miles.
and carried out with Mr. Troy's help. ayo wereoe h ten l tty mile..
carried with Mr. Troy's help. usual for the winter term. Mr. Hall has just completed th<
Keep Out The Flyl transformation of the Brooklyn, Mr
.reen your doors and windows Twenty-Fifth Anniversary. Baker's boat, having practically re
See that no ries enter or leav- Mr. and Mrs. Will Eick were built her in the past two months
the rivy, given a surprise party ridlay night and is now engaged in the construct
Cover the dishes and keep them of last week at their home on South tion of a speed boat for Mr. Bake
covered. Beach street, the occasion being the on much the same lines as those o
re the anure ere fies n twenty-fifth anniversary of th ir the Greyhound. This boat will b
Store the manure where flies can
not reach it, and remove frequently wedding. 38 feet long by 3 feet, 10 inches
The residence presented a very aft at the bottom, racing akide
Put your garbage into cans and
Skeep the <-ans tightly closed. lively appearance during the even- She will be built light and copper
Prevent the flies from hreeding ing as between 75 and 1ENH friends fastened throughout, and will carr






a 50-horsepower, i-cylinder engine,
which is expected to drive her at
the rateof twenty-five to twenty-
eight miles per hour.

College Days.
Rehearsals are well under way for
the next performance by the Day-
tona Dramatic Organization of Am-
ateurs. The play. College Days, is
a comedy drama of college life in
three acts and the cast includes
twenty-two characters. It will be
given at the Daytona Opera House
sometime early in November.


will deliver gasoline without

any charge for delivery at

any point in Daytona,



breeze, Daytona Beach, Or-

mond or Port Orange. Qual-

ity and quantity guaranteed.
Call Office Phone 128
Mills Transfer 77
Warehouse 60
Kerosene Oil Delivered by Tank Wago



Machine Gas and Lubricating

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Electricity will pump water

for 5 cents per 300 gallons.

Adam Schantz Electric LM Plant,

E. L. GUNN, General Manager.

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T. E. FITZuERALD, Editor


Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter.

One copy one year $1.50
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One copy three months .......... 40


Much Road Work Transacted
and More Roads Were
Ordered Bftilt.
The Board met as per adjournment.
Present G. W. Fisher, chairman; IR. D.
Brooke, J. G. Cade, W. I). Bradshaw
and S. D. Jordan, clerk.
The following road and bridge reports
were then submitted:
District No. 1-General repairs.
District No. 2--Repairs and pine-
strawing DeLand and Beresford road
and DeLand-Lake Helen road.
District No. 3-Repairs DeLeon
Springs and Clifton road and bridge on
Seville-Daytona road, also repairs to
Pierson-Bakersburg road.
District No. 5--Bridge built over
Blake canal on Daytona-lort Orange
The action of this board at the Aug-
ust meeting in the appointment of J. P.
Turner, G. A. Dinmmick and J. L. Nich-
olson, a committee, to report on the
route surveyed by I). D. IRogers from
New Smyrna to Osteen was reconsidered
and the committee was discharged. It
was ordered that the route as hereto-
fore reported by Committccman F. W
Sams, John Sauls and J. P. Ditson be
accepted and the clerk was instructi-d
to advertise the opening of t.lie road for
thirty days as required by law.
The report of the committee appointed
to mark and view the road changes was
received and filed and the committee
was discharged and opening of said road
was ordered advertised for thirty days.
Thos. L. Dean was granted the right
to place a gate across the DeLand-Crows
Bluff road under the supervision of tIhi
board; said gate to be twelve feet wide.
It is further ordered that all gates here-
after authorized across any Ipublic road
must be twelve feet wide or more.
The petition of L. T. Dade and others
asking that a road be established fromn
Orange City to Thrasher's Ferry, was
filed and L. T. Dade, I). B. Thursb-
and John Padgctt were appointed a
committee to mark and view said road
and report their findings at the nexl
regular meeting of the board.
The petition of (L. N. Doier, asking
that the Orange City Lake Heltn roadr
be closed where it goes across the cornel
of his land, was granted.
The road as heretofore advertised
from Scarlett place to Woodland boule
vard was declared a public road.
The following pension claints were apI
proved: W. F. Button, J. F. Vass, Kate
I). Clarkson, A. F. Long, Mary E
Montgomery, Eugenia M. Alexander, J
A Woodward, Elizabeth S. lale.
The notary bonds of II. A. Horn an
James Carnell were approved.
The petition of citizens of )Del.an
asking that one-half mile of shlll be laie
on East New York avenue road was re
ferred to Commissioner Fis.her.
The county convicts were ordered tie
livered to Colimissioner Cade for thirty
4 The salary of Ca':ptain of Coenvicts
Swartengreen was fixed at K.1.00 Ipe
month until further order of tlie board
Tax Collector Snith was granted a
requisition for necessary ollice station
Sam Purudom. was allowed s.OO lpe
month towVard his support.
Geo. Brooke was allowed the mhnt o
of l10.O0) per month for tlhe suhppor
and care of old man Dubois, aniy monmc
sent hint to be deducted from sai,
amount each mlontlh.
Anmanda Tedder was suspended ftro i
the pension roll.
The County Treasurer was instructed,
to present his bank hook with his re-plor
each mntnth as requested by thte ;ov,
ern ,r.
The Criminal ('Court bills were oeterde-e
paid to the taimolint itf $-1i'O.'s.
The tax books for I t,09 we-re approvee ii\'c
It was ordered that the clerk advetr
tise for bids for building a county jai
and slihritl's re.-idcncce for a period -
two weeks.
Roll of C'oillmissioners was th(tn ha

Conmlissionvrs voting as follows: lisi



H11OLLY HILL, Oct.--A. Burned
ail son, .esse, of Lakeland, visited
T. 1. C'ave and wife from Frida
until Sinlay. They hope to return
here and if a suitable location pr
sent itself, uwold like to make th
their liome.





ORMOND, Oct. 8-Ormond is
waking up. People are enquiring
for c, ttages for the winter and Milo
McNeil has already let his two.
We notice on the streets this
week Messrs. Win. and George Wat-
son, who have returned from their
summer hotel at Tallulah Falls.
Jas Vining and wife have re-
turned from Linfield, N. C., where
they have been running a hotel
during the summer.
James Carnell is giving his build-
ings a coat of paint which will very
much improve their appearance.
Wim. A. Burr and Mrs. Jennie
Smythe, of Short Beach, Conn., re-
turned to town this week and will
occupy their cottage, corner High-
land avenue and Palmetto street
Capt. .1. B. Wardwell, our es-
teemed citizen of Palmetto Point
has returned from his sojourn
North, much improved in health
E. W. Elsworth returned a few
days ago from a trip to Connecticut
where he went to visit his two sons
and a brother, the first time he had
been north for thirty-five years
The many changes that met his eye
were truly wonderful especially ii
New York City.
Jas. Stanton has gone to Jackson
ville to accept a position with the
Southern Expres Co.
Larz. Bostrum returned home o0
Monday night after an absence o
six months. He is glad to get home
so is his family glad to see their
I father. lie is looking well and en
joying the best of health.
IHarry Betts is about finishing u
s some very particular work he ha
r been doing about the Goodlow prop
erty over the river.


r 1'POR ORANGE, Oct. 6-Alber
Smith, of Wisconsin, is visiting hi
. cousins, Chauncey Vass and Mis
Bessie Wheeler.
S aam Martin and his sister, Mrs
u Iurt, went to their old home a
Sliawthorne last week.
Earl Murray, of New Smyrna, an
1 Mr. (ardlner, of Oak Hill, wer
visitors in our village last week.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Tedder a
- rived from Fort Pierce last wed
and we hear that they intend t
l make Port Orange their home.
Miss Winn gave a very pleasan
s party Friday evening in the parlor
r of the Illinois House.
a (e'orge Appeuzellar arrived lai
- Friday from Frankfort, Ind.
Jas. Baxter and John Vann, c
r Oak lHill, were in town Sunday.
,f :orn To Mr. and Mrs. Ge<
t Morfoird, a son, last Sunday.
y We hear that Frank Sparkma
lias luoiuhlt the livery business
n the late J. F. Vass.

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I P IA Jln h nll i LL l> alifax Lodge, No. 81, F. & A. hain
$aB AUWItLI IHIU DAYJiNA. _11., has accepted an invitation ex- rts ~
i i tendledL by the Board of Trustees ,of
1MRS. H. A. BERNARD, Editor. I 1'nler the auspices of the Tampa the Daytona public school to lay the for
onciNB aca 2.e. p othfinding car left Tampa I ewo T tsof
** **o*************. a pgcar left Tampa corner stone of the new school winter
'fr.l-kksonville Wednesday morn- buildingand that interesting cere-
SEABREEZE, Oct 2--ohn Bianchi, I)AYTONA BEACH, Oct. 6-Rev. J e ein and tt resting
who withhiswife enjoyed a pleasant Crippen, of Lake (Como. and to select the bestroute beteenmoy ill take pace some time
!tlihese two inl~orat Florida cities Ill tae nlacewo o me tiee
summer at Boothbay Harbor, Maine, i trze, pastor pf the M. E. Church, ex- these tw important Florda tis within the next two or three weeks.
returned home last week. Mrs. Bianchi changed pulpits last Sabbath. A ell i nd is expected to pass through'
remained in New York to attend the filled church greeted Mr. Crippen. whoi Dayt(oa today. This trip is pre- A letter recently received by
marriage of their second son, Franceso, delivered a good sermon. _limninary to a contest of automobiles parts in this ity states that J. C.
to Miss Mabel McKay, of White Plains, The popular Seaide Inu c Jaconille ,pi in i iered a J. C.-30
thknat will run between Jacksonville Keller, of M11iati, had suffered
N. Y., which took place October 5th. day evening after dinner, and fo the lro ami, a suee
F. Bianchi has spent several winters next few weeks will be in the hliand- ol n. h. nrvus akdo ith co quent
here with his parents and his many Sea- the builders. An addition of twenty- Th-se in the pathfinding car are failure of sigh t at that writing
breeze friends extend cordial wishes for two rooms will be made on the north iof a *.-eprscntative of the Times, Capt. wa- improving satisfactorily.
the success and happiness of the newly: t(he hotel, mostly b.-d rooms. The ( S. \ashington, the ofli-ial repre-
married couple. Mrs. Bianchi, senior, dining room sill be enlarged, :and Itu- s. tati.e of the Tampa Auto Club. he Norman S. ayton Agency
will stop enroute home from New York I nirous other interior improvement .- a ha rented the 0. (. tobinson house
to visit her daughter, Mrs. Bronson, at man:de. Mr. Stew art this season hop. at.N T. N. lenderson, of the Tampa hacorenite t f. (irview to W. H
,St. Louis. to meet the growing patronage of his 11 trne-ss and Wagon Company. cor:r each anl l airview to W
Dr. and Mrs. S P. Leland entertained house, wiich for several seasons has The Times pathfinder will try out P: r. lthi :le Stule [louse on
in their usual pleasant way, a porch compelled him to find outside ;aconl- It erl. roIutes to North Florida. On lie,-h street to i'ert lleacock, who
Party at their home on the beach last dations for the overflow. E E. Jo hn- .i p t cr proceeds to arr"v'-' frot .\t.ila 11 n s'. I day.
Wednesday evening. Tea was served son has the contract for builling thei '.tvtheno car proceeds t,. f l hav
onthebroadmoonlitbalcony, n iiti I't ('ity, lthen to Lakeland, lIar- I 1M. Mlabbette and family have
on the broad moonlit balcony, and an addition.
impromptu program of niusic, vocal and if. Coe ain bride arrived frn I i, Winter lHav-n, IKissninmee, Or- ren: ved from he io-cdale to their
instrumental, story telling and reading, (;ainesville Saturday and are enjoying :!,ido. Sanfonr, IoL.and, Davtona, nvew hotl,, The ll:amilton, The Rose-
Swas greatly enjoyed. their honeymootn at the Iyona l i A tie and on to .acks n d livin eei e Mr. Lind-
r C. F. Burgman has had the front yard lotel. vturn trip fro Jack-tors. wn, of New
of the office of the Sonntag Investment E. A. Branch is improving his hiut tp fm rs. r, of ew me
SCo., on Ocean Boulevard, raised to a on Seabireeze avenue by extending thl s' t v-il' will he ia via Gaies l 1 lle, N. Y., wh, dlesire to take so p
level with the adjoining store buildings front porch along tihe east of the house. vuIlc, ()cala, L.eesbmir, Dade City, p: ssion. been
onthe East, built broad stone steps A fiesh coat of paint will further ( ,-,er. i' imt Cit t Tampa. These r. s i -lsel h ave
leading thereto, and set the ground to brighten the premises. r. i have ei selected for the r k, \t i-htl the frien
flowers and ornamental shrubbery, andl Miss Shtlphard, cousin of Mrs.. Coroa : i. l trip, bt are, h eve it( t O, has ache
- by so doing has transformed this small Powell, arrived the latter par; of la-it ill h.n t, but lr, tl. ity y.st< r!ay. Mr. 'k has reli
p plot into a very attractive corner, week front Ilillborough, Ohio, and will s lj-e t to c-haage, as a great deal of dliiposed of his property interests at with
Mrs. Lilla Thomas returned last week have charge of the I'owell home during te ;timnny will le obtained along the tnmo \V m l mae and
from Monteagle, Tenn., where sihe the owner's absence. Mi.-., Shephard isi r, ite :is to the condition and thel hi m ,n. is.. lieve
Spent the summer, and is with her a trained nurse. I st. an mst : l road from h ,Ii 1 il ,e 1 IS me
- sister and mother. Mesdames Curtis and The Town Council at a recent meeting 'll inters' chill be m
i Rankin, at The Mayfield. rescinded the ordinance relating to the, tMS to tn. N T M
* S. E. Gilmore, who recently suffered o patn tax license. oodmen of the World. REASON FOR IT.
, from a slight attack of paralysis, i. rap- I. F. lTh pson's two story holne o1n ,
Sidly recovering the use of his disabled alrce/e avenue has ien gt:itly i- "'l, reort.rnization of local amp Sho
proved by adiditional side and fro.t v ,\Daytona Cl.itizens Show the L iEM
side. He was out Sunday morning for )re. \dnm", oodm (eof the World, will
Sthe first time for a short walk. 1 *r next Iridlaiv niidt, Oct. I.sth, certain Way out.
+C 1. lhrn is constructing a two, -
Mrs. Kate Haney arrived home last. C L. liorn is L onstruetim, a twit!
Mrs. Kate Haney arrived home last ipti,.nt, otie-story reinforced con- at thi(e Masnic Hlall. The work will T!:.re ln-c. l. no just reas,.n why any M
. week from a summer spent with her crete lu-is block on hi.. lot on Sa-tml etb inll charge o' State Dleputy Or- r.-:.! 'r of *lhis i ill continumi to st ffer the HALI.
Daughter and son at Jacksonville, and r. eue. t s ill to 's of an alhil back, th' anoy- Meets
breeze avenue. \file of the roo ms 1%ill A. 11 X uc-k, who will tnatk,tt- ahoy- meets
, later with relatives in various parts of e little up as a law ollie for our pr n a. uo w in.ar disorder.s, til.e dl:urs of HALIF~
be fitted i) as laiw office for turpr, 11,ra Meets
s Georgia. iing young attorney, lHrry Horn, ant t from e ..s.of any ki. ills. hn relief ORIEN
Mrs. S. S. Jones returned the latter the oti.er has hicIn leased Iy Arthur jl t llvirna amp, No. f.r that is e narit; litnd a tl..i st )o)itive ets
part of last week from a visit with Budge.n as .-tudio. The all- of the 'll :rl'"' '- pir.,fgive.n thllat they c(-n ie c-ured. Meets
Friends in Jacksonville. building are ip, and the work \%ill be R.,l w t ; ictil mee
SMiss Jessamine Tomlinson, who was pulsed to compltion as rapidly : po,,.s- i launched New Yacht. M-' 1 i'-,-ir. VlIsit Av..ay-
nt ii.",, I l;.. s I\5 : h ii,. it greatly
awarded the scholarship at Stetson, silile. V. \V. Austin Tuesday mornm ,.,.it.! l.:m<' K-ln. is-t
went to DeLand Saturday to enter for lr. 1. 11. Springer and son irriv\,l K- ,l. il add
-tl "wh"i h-s 1 4rniising yacht not h.!sitatw to say so publicly 1 had
- the kindergarten course at that popular froui (Gorgia last \wek :and are looking .
e institution of learning. around for a pleasant location for t v "j-h ie b)ui!t during the past du!l ibaka-chle. pains across miy loins, Mattr
Prof. Wakefield has recently cleared family t.is winter. ;sn;llullcr auil which hl e has chl s- ,,,I not rt tt a iiigit .:atd mlornling s h
the ground on his resident lot and set Thle would d new cement stone killing. t tel the V. t r t say that I wtas t nisr-
out 200 strawberry plants. They are which was l.eguml the lirst oif Septellnbcr, 1'hi ,t::a, 4f \wlhi the (azette- lA i.l .liti ,
f of a choice variety, and he expects to is nearing completion, and sl fiu l s tp :le rii son s e weeks i. I was. :t, attimes th:ttl I A F
. eat the fruits of his own vines niext well for the contractor, Dan lu-l't aaut.
r rin A. \Vamlt-vorde i is ilastcring Ilie inter ,r 'a a :t he' I ti n. Mi-r. Austin coi(.- h:i: "!,- .'t aroiun!d to attl.nd to lmy
r spithiwtek. p. td er, ,, is :i lint appe-arin craft, l ..hold .l ut.ies. .A n-iiihior. who had to
L- The Martindale cement gang have Tl in t hr th al i i, ntriva s S.. o' Kin,'.v lill for lik trou- bring
just completed cement porch and street and Mr. lre .n ..- am.mendl.d thm to me and I pro-
Steps and a broad cement front walk at sIhave rLnov d totheiremi ttage adji i n >i It l *eieme ani is t *a ,ox at ilatnkins' dru- store. I i
p have removed to their cott:tge adjoining 1 .
the home of Mr. and Mrs. High onn i is en- t n!:(itli ifll\ linishliel in natural 11:-.: this and Ite conte-nts of another or o
g Ocean Boulevard. larging tleporch room oif the hotel I w. i. 'e ri..es the water like a h.,\ .nl I am certain that tih,- beInefit-
S Mrs. C. C. Gillett has been quite busy extending the porl along Itle side cii t.rk a'd;Ll sli iil, l prove both speedy te. i tl,1r, ihl;it a!.thiielse. I had
the past summer preparing fine jellies, the building. a-- 1I s.aworth'. evr tri .. .tr .!tlh ani. .ner;y re-
marmalades, preserves and pickles, and Mr. :nd .r. Ei. (;. Kittredge are by ,u ; Ainstiipls 1a inrhd)lce lir: ,- m,-' nl-el l- th
Sthe allotment presents a very tempting getting new furnishings and( fixtures in 1 : -.. th yah, w hs (o.i ndllt k,, ;F. ntr;,-, t. ma ,,u- re.. .-
array in the new cement basement Iuilt order at the ir hitldsome new r-side-hlem pl the at, w h s i of i i. e a nItur-al .>.ii4 iont. Yeo u arte we
for the purpose by her husband. on \.llely street. A cement front walkf '" dIsigu :mi construction c-'!h t> thi' use oif this 'tate.n.ment,t as it
Anew south porch has been comn- will be laid in a [short time. th:l; .. :hioiit. th .' Itll ti-ais otf bringing relief to ,
rt pleted at Dr. A. T. Bigelow's pretty i,,rn--To l Mr. and Mrs. V. C. (;ra -t,- so":, other .-.ufi.-r. r ,of kilne'y trouble." 6
is bungalow on Halifax avenue, a vigorous boy weighing S'lpounds, Mon- ..) I ('hlri.tv arrived fr,,m ('in- 1 c sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
S Mr. Farrell's handsome new residence day morning at live o'clock ci. ,;i i i-'rl.iy niight of last week te, '": r-Milburn c('., Buffalo, N. Y., sole ,
on Halifax avenue is progressing rapidly. Mrs. Fred Williams, of Jacksonvil,., (h t ie hinm interior decoration work i. es fer the Intited States. D
The first floors have been laid, and the Mrs. i;rant s'ia.ther, came down tl. 1 i- A. 1sihr's ws n lunglow now t t'i-ib tlh nar!e-elr's-and
outside shingling is going on. Mr. Far- lhtt.er part of last week, ;ind will hi. witi. I
it rell is expected here some time tlii.s hr i idaughte(.r a (ee-k or ten (ays Imtt. .. .plet ') "iECIAL IXTRAORDINARY
month. Mrs. Frank Lansing, whit ha. ;i, a
d Ralph Evernden, station agent t guest at tihe Staside Inn, left Saturldy t t A ur( of tle greatest sale ever
re Fort Pierce, who has been visiting his for 'ilui'lton on the- St. Johns ciiver,; in this city.
parents on Oakridge avenue, returned wl" re< shi' joins her husl:ainl (iapt. j $ 3 5 0 *
Monday to his post of duty. I--L.img.

k tona Sanitarium this week and will b1, afternoon torn Lake Ciio. $5 OCO0 \
., 'G lu





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The Furniture





on the "Honor Roll" of
dI No. 187 in the whole
y eight hundred National

I I :

ly first .epericnce with
Miles' Anti-Pain Pills
a sample package handed
They relieved the pain
romptly that I have never
Without them since. I
Given them to many
ids when they had head-
and they never failed to
ve them. I have suffered
neuralgia in my head,
the first one I took re
ed me. They have cared
>f neuralgia. I would not
without them."
S 1i-1 I 1E B. COLLINS
F. D. No. z, Salem Va.
I by daggsts evrywhr, ua
ts A s t r e 0 6 0 8
S MEDICAL CO., Wkbawt, ld.

AX %ODOE. No. I8, I. & A. M-
Ist and rd Thlurday&.
AX CHAPTER, No. 5, A. M.-
2nd Thursdar.
4th Thursday.
AK CHAPTER, No. 1, O. L. .-
2nd and th Tuesdays.
t in Masonie Hall. Orange avene

Mattress Maker
assets nReanu with are. Boat
C(usiones made tooerder,
pon N. Beaeh ft. near Robert'
Bliacemlth BSop.


I. H. Zuber, Daytona, will
2g you a strand of yellow
e stove wood for $2.25,
ak at $2.50. 16-3m

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to under Dr. Klock's care for a while. Mrs. C. A. Miller amnl daughterr. li sIH. 1 a new Boudoir size hi" h lrade
Mrs. Walthour, her sister and little IEthlil, of Eu.stis, ar- vi.-iting l.ev. i dor size hih rade
son, Hurlbut, are comfortably estah- MI-. ltrze at the arsonge. -""\? \\ PierO i I- l0
listed in the Rhode Island cottage on IMr. I- Hi. l,:tbrd i- viiin 11:: ; yP I .. ,ASOi
rs Atlantic avenue, for the winter. C'arrie .-mith, a cousin, at Palnl Bcaclh 1'v ,' ,s rg\ >' ca itiful instrument with the
Mrs. G. S Graves, of Ocean (rove. Mrs. l.uke BlH.-azll:ind gratlluighite.r. r, full tone of the larger piano.
st N.J., has leased the GClenwood Hotel .Mi-s L.izie Kirtley, \will spend tl 61_ l0. WRAYD, Daytona
for the season and took possession Tues- i winter at their hline on 1'airwtto IT 4,ra'' \SesMa t -- .
lay morning. The deal was made ave.-ne; They e-xpcct to bring friirl: y :.~' v,.s' eb '
through the Norman S, I)ayton Hleal with them and will a nive in November.
Estate agency. lhon. Chas. Cherry. of Auror,.. OUR FOUR CARDINAL
o. Mrs. J. A. Coburn and daughter, Iwhose handsome bungtaloewown Pt ato on _.l 'im- 1lV.. u'A U\l
i., ... 3.,'-,d,.:i 1tv\-ic o-a l
Leota, arrived last week from tle avenue is nearly completed, will arri i i.l'eal H L V-
North. They left Mr. C(oburn at. (ami- eaily in November. 11, x ts ASOLUTE SAFEIY nsred
Sden, S. C., where they visited with him brother and nephew to spend the \\inter r y
of a week or two. They spent. mno.t of the with him. P -. r. Vt.uWy
summer at Urbana, Ohio, with Mrs. Mrs. J. F. Williamson, who ihas been k .:. Asi t*e tet ( :t!lt I
Coburn's parents. visiting hier sister, Mrs. John It Martin. C NIA
During the absence of Mrs. Tayloir at Orl:da, is expected home tomorrow. p'G .t ia CO. Surplus -
and children in Miami, Mr. Taylor Ih-i 'M.I' YALL Lr,4DI CRUCGISTS
had the cottage plastered. on .z .-NLy--L:uL --; 50-P e orrOT StocLkliholders Liability
News of the death of Mrs. Mary 1. County School loard.i oruidin county Jail and al s Iity t depositor
Eaves, who died at Orlando Sunday, At t1h meeting ,f the (',,mon:v erisResiene-olusia County,
y was received here with great regret. 1 ih ,,l \r at ll.a,1 Md: lorida.
d Mrs. Eaves and family have only re- e( l hi f, wi :lhi inal ;: o'r*1. -- I. i ta. NO,.TE.:-T. Bank is Number One
iy cently moved from Seabreeze, after :a .. .,,..,,,.. ,a ,
n residence of three years., tea-hters were appointed: i ;:' .-. i,-. National Banks in-Florida, a;i
"a- ; iyto:a--Miss May Ma)bbete, : i :: I united States, among over sixth
Sy.11s alt.ltrt l .. .. I ... t, ,- a iks.
is Feeing Farm Hand.. i.ss l,(lerhtl, ,bhs. *. : ks
Sa.. .. .. ; .. :-., ,,! h ':'**; t .
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.*Going to open up that cottage?
want an alarmoclock, or per-
pame plated silver. Ask the
person you meet where is the
place to go. That's all
L. H. RowE & Co., The Jewelers.
:Dr. C. Bohannon was called to
unell Monday on professional

Percy Rodgers returned Monday
fio a month's vacation spent in
-ahOL aonville.
V 'r. Barnes went to Winter Park
iday to take up his studies at
Weo. Wray left Monday on his
Three weeks' business trip
Sthe coast.
.' FoaR SALE CHEAP-A Shuberi
Apply Gazette-News office.
rs. L. Stevens returned some
Since from her isit at Middle
N. Y.
A'Mr. J. C. Pettepher and little
ter, Marion, are in Brooklyn,
Y., with Mr. Pettepher having
up last week.
I *s May Bond returned Friday
of last week, having speni
summer at Ocean Grove, N. J.
id-ewport, R. I.
iptone 28 will call for your clear
and pressing. 0. S. Burnett.tf
B Hartshorn and family returnee
week from their summer so
ow the beach and are again a
on Loomis avenue.
J. A. Shanks and wife returned
day night rom a six weeks
itNorth, spent mainly at Ceda
Bpids and Brooklyn, Iowa and ii
SMr. and Mrs. Ira H. Miller, whon
il e.oGasette-News last week state
wire enroute to Daytona, reached
h.e Friday afternoon of last week
sabitsr the paper had gone to press
StAway on vacation. Office close
until Oct. 20th.
Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Ross return
y of last week and are again
t^ihome on Fairview avenue. The
in New York and at Sachen
Ct., while North.
(eo. .J. VandeVord returned Sal
day from a month's visit witi
u wies at Toronto, Canada, feeling.
ch improved by the change an
S;ouch-of cooler weather.
SA number of fine peninsula
IP es for rent. A few good boare
g house propositions. Choice
^^ srties for sale. Charles F. Burt
-i real estate, Seabreeze, Fla.
; E.Ms Florence Moore, who ha
father, W. M. Moore, and fami]
e Woodlawn, departed Monda
.le.ins College, Winter Pari
B ie I Mayme Glenn returned Sa
afternoon of last week fro
where she has been visi
1l her sister, Mrs. Sam She
and family for the past fe

Satioonery, particularly box p
Sa bargain.
Young's Pharmacy.
AW A. G, Nowlin and son, Ott
ay for Little Rock, Ar]
year and a half spent in tl
i Mrs. Wesley Johnson a
Mrs. Nowlin is Mrs. Job
item last week noting the
ldMrs. C. E. Gardiner a
Ella Willaume should ha
Everett Willaame, who
them, but in so
his name was omitted

number of fine penins
rent A few good boa
propositions. Cho
for sale. Chailes F. Bu
estate, Seabreeze, Fla.
Manwiller, proprietor of
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eat U Best Best Wat
11- I In 1e Trucklr ay-
mate 3 Beauty V Land E tona

Are you thinking of replenish-
your silver for winter? If so
e in and let us quote you prices.
sterling or plated ware our stock
complete. Geo. H. Clark, Jew-

R. Ellison, proprietor of the
k Hotel at'Ponce Park, is spend-
about a month at Pittsburg, Pa,

Beach on the Earth
Roads in Florida
SINET Place to Motor

Mrs. Wm. Wicking and Miss
Bertha are expected home today.
The Daytona Institutue will
begin its thirtieth year November
8, 1909. S. Elizabeth Stoever, prin-
Mrs. C. B. Williams arrived Wed-
nesday night from Bridgeton, N. J,
and is occupying her cottage on

ng departed for that city last First avenue.
Commissioner W. D Bradshaw
r. and Mrs. W. B. Chittenden attended the regular meeting of the

rned Monday night from East
age, N. J., where they have been
ing the summer and are agdin
ome on North Ridgewood avenue
Complete line of gent's under-
r. Bankrupt prices. A. S. Allan.
irs. Mary Spencer and daughter,
s Julia Caldwell, returned last
k from Canon City, Colo., where
y visited with Mrs. Eb. Mans-
d. Miss Caldwell has resumed
position in the office of the
tp light plant.
r. and Mrs. Thos. Oyama, who
e been at Thousand Island Park,
Y, during the summer, returned
)aytona Friday afternoon of last
Ak to prepare for the opening of
Japanese Bazaar, which they
duct in the winter season.
F. M. Terrill brought with him
m New York a fine boat which
Merrill-Stevens Company of
:ksonville have contracted to de-
er in Daytona by water. She is
feet long by 10 foot beam and is
able of making 121 miles per

tAutomobile tires and inner tubes
canized at Oliver's garage
E. L. Taylor on his return from
North stopped at Bradfordville,
ir Tallahassee, where James Rix
i been pasturing his stock during
summer and brought the horses
ek, arriving here Sunday morning.
e animals are in very good con-
Wanted, to get in touch with
ners of large and small tracts of
iber and cut-over lands. W. A.
nan, Daytona Beach, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Jones returned
iday afternoon of last week
)m their wedding trip North and
temporarily lodged with Mr. and
s. Lew Smith, awaiting the com-
etion of Mrs. Wicking's new cot-
ge, next door, which they will
*Before buying shoes call on
A. S. Allan.
Mrs. H. Heitman left Saturday to
n her husband at Arcadia where
is erecting a tank. Mr. and M-s.

Board of County Commissioners at
DeLand this week.
*The best stock of corsets in the
city will be found at A. S. Allan's
Col. James Gresham, of Jackson-
ville, was a visitor in the city Tues-
and Wednesday, coming here by
auto from DeLand.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dohm and
Mrs. Henry Schmidt spent Monday
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. M.
Bond at Lake Helen.

Mrs. W. E. Thomas has had some
improvements made at her resi-
dence, corner Volusia avenue and
First street, this week.

Giles Bliven left Monday for a
visit to Pittsburg. Pa. This is Mr.
Bliven's first trip north since
coming here some thirty-two years
SDr. and Mrs. J. 1I. Pierson re-
turned last Saturday from the
North, wheie they have spent the
summer touring in a new Cadillac
-A nuutber of fine peninsula
homes for rent. A few good board-
ing house propositions. Choice
properties for sale. Charles F. Burg-
man, Seabret ze, Fla.

Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Andreu, of
St. Augustine, are visiting with
Mrs. Andeu's mother, Mrs. L. Pelle-
cier, having come down from the
Ancient City last Sunday.

4+For Sale-Lettuce and celery
plants. Fred Brubacher.


Aliss Kathleen Quarterman, who
has been visiting in this city with
J. T. Dunn and family, went to
Palatka Monday for a few days'
visit with relatives at that place.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm Ruger re-
turned to their Daytena Beach home
'Tuesday from a summer in the
North Carolina mountains, spent
principally in Waynesville and

Thos. C. DeBord, who is a recent
arrival in the city with an idea of
locating, made a trip to Kissimmee
this week to look over that locality,
but returned more pleased than ever

,itman, who are from Newnan. with Daytona.
r., were m the Guest cottage o tee ,ur bargains in ladies' and
rtle avenue during their stayI hoes The Bee Hive.
re while Mr. Heitman was eL- t
ged in putting up the tank for the i jliarles Kost has had a force of
;y waterworks. tmien engaged in painting the walls
I .

For Sale-Two brass beds and'
her furniture, also Erickson hot
r pumping engine. Geo. H. l.ud-
ig, corner Ridgewood and Seconnd
*enues. '0 tf
Miss M. Ella DeVoy returned Fri-
ay of last week accompanied by
[rs. J. H. Meagley, who spent most
I the summer with Mr. Meagley in
hio, joining Miss DeVoy in New
ork recently, where she has been
purchasing goods for their popular
lilliaery business,
e'A number of fine peninsula
... r, ,. a.nt A fae crrnd hbord.

and ceilings of the princesss Issena,
at Seabreeze, in most approved
style, making a great improvement

in this respect throughout the entii

M. L. Crews has had a force of
men at work at E. N. Waldron's on
North Ridgewood avenue this week,
making some alterations and repairs
on the building. The full length
windows in the front will be
changed to standard and other

changes made.
Mrs. M. F. Van Kleeck, of Boston,
SMass., a sister of Mrs. Ceo. S. Far-

nomes Lor r en ItV,. g 9. LU % &...
ing house propositions. Choice le, of this city, arrived last Satur-
properties for sale. Charles F. Burg- da. rs Van Kleeek is expri-
man, real estate, Seabreeze, Fla. enced in the hotel business, being
Most recently connected with the
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Terrill, chil Hotel Sherman, New York, and with
dren and maid arrived Friday night Mrs. Farlee will tlis winter conduct
of last week from Sachem Head, Ct. Dixie Lodge, at Seabreeze, to which
Mr. Terrill has purchased the Nor- place Mr. Farlee and family re-
ton property on Fairview avenue, moved this week.
which he will greatly enlarge and rs.
improve with the intention of r I Cuttn rturd
making Daytona his home. day afternoon from a summer visit
makig D a with her parents at Monmouth,
Charles Anderson, of Wilmington, Maine. Miss Pearl Foster, who ac-
N. C., was in this city from Friday of companies Mrs. Cutten North, re-
last week until Tuesday. Mr. An- turned with her as far as Jackson-
derson has leased The Riverside on ville where she stopped over for a
North Beach street and will conduct visit with relatives. The ladies had
... A... ..- .1

ipe I Spemt f '
laprnoveneats -
esW in Daytoaa

Have Leased Opera House.
Dr. W. S. Snead and Clarence R.
Bennett have leased the Daytopa
Opera House of Graham Tomo
and will conduct it thisaon.
They will do everything po le for
the comfort and entertainment of
the public and are already booking
plays for the season.


* -s,>

Complete Gas Plants Installed.

Plumbing and Heating Supplies.

Brass and Galv. Pipe and Fittings.

Fairbanks& Morse Engines & Pumps.

Niagara Hydraulic Ramns

Ireland Pipe Wrenches.


Phone 96.

11 Orange Avenue.


E. L. b a mS.ART
Physician and Surgeon
Special attention to diseases of the
Eye, Ear, That and Noa. Office
and residence, Magnnli avenue, 3rd
door west of P. 0., teep as 82.
Office homra i taop. m.

Physician and Surgeon
Associated with R.O. Oooley. M. D.
Special attention given to diseases of
the Eye, Eye, Nose and Throat. Office
hours T to I a. m, 1 to and 7 to 8 p. m.


Homeopathic Physician
No. 453 North Beach Street.
Office Hours, 12:30 to 2-30 and 6:00
to 7:30.
Telephone No. 122,

Physician and Surgeon.
Office and resides e: 123 So. Ridge-
wood Avenue, opp Ridgewood Ho-
tel. Phone 175. Offeehours: 9 to
11 a. m, 2 to4 and 6M30 to 8 p. m.

Architect Builder and
Residence and office, northeast cor-
ner Ridgewood and Volhsia ave.
Phone 89. Daytona, Fla

Dr. Bohannon's
First Aveaoe,. Dayte Fma
Tww.nty-six large. airy rooms, newly
furnLsbh- and fitted throughout with all
hospItal-conventences. Thoroughly eq-
uipped operating room on second floor.
For terms address

Physician and Surgeon.
302 North Ridgewood
Phone 193, Daytona, Florida
Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m.,
6 to 8 p.m.

fitzgerald & Oates
Attorneys at Law
Special Attention to R1qmminfi and
Perfeting Land Titles.
Conrad Block, DAYTONA, FLA.

Carv D. Landas Bert Fish
Attorneys at Law
ractiing all State and Federal
Courts. CtvlorOriminal business giv-
en earefl attention. Special faculties
for inestin ad prect titles.

Volusia County Abstract, Investment
and Title Innr aee Company.
Abntrats furnished and titles perfect-
ed. Mapsl Plate and Blue Prints sup-
pli Be t Fsh Pres; arey D. Landis,
sec'y and Trea. pposite Volnala Oo.
Bank. DeLad, Fla.

D. D. & C. M. ROGERS
Civil Engineers
^. (DAYTONA and
Omees (MIAMI, FLA.

Daytona Office Established 1875

Daytona Private Hos-
pital and Sanitarium
Every facility forthe proper treatment
and care of medical and surgical cases
Electrical appliances, trained nurses,.
quiet surroundings. pecal attention
given to all parents. Terms on appli-
cation. No 3s Beebh St.. Daytona.
Physician n Charge.

.. tM .nM D.

Office in Atwood block, up stairs.
Daytona, Florida.



Are made with the Billing-
sley Dovetailed Heads.
Any leading manufacturer
can furnish them. If your
dealer cannot supply you
with to the


Z. C. Chambliss, Pres. Ocala, Fla.

July 31-10t






kr. i

. P. Merrill arrived Wednesday
i Portland, Maine, where he has
it the season.
attorney Bert Fish was in the
from DeLand from Friday of
week until Monday.
rs. A. E. Hadfield is again at
ie on South Palmetto avenue,
ing returned from her northern
l1J *t T dUa.I

rp ast Teues ay.in Re ne.
Mention was omitted last week of Degree Tea n Readiss.
the return of Mrs. G. A. Klock and Osceola Trihe No. 21, Imp. Order
children, who spent the summer'of Red Men held a particularly in-
North, but are again domiciled on iteresting session at their regular
Second avenue, meeting Wednesday night. The
degree team, under the direction of
For beautiful embroideries and i Deputy Great Sachem R M Mal-
laces seethe new stock at A. S. lery, is showing great proficiency
Allan's. and much work is expected in the
The residence which L. Z. Bur- near future to keep them in prac-
dick is erecting on Cypress street twice. Clam chowder and other re-
is nearing completion. This house freshments were served during an
contains six large rooms and bath intermission and a pleasant social
and is nicely situated. time enjoyed.
L. Z. Burdick will begin work
G. W. Balch returned Monday
next week on the contemplated alter- frm uines tri to New Yor.
s ad a n t te e I from a business trip to New York.
nations and additions to the residence
on Fairview avenue recently pur- Owing to no dredge being availa-
chased by F. M. Terrill. ble work on the city island is at a

Mrs. Chas. Kupperbusch visitedstandstill
with Joseph Osborne and wife on Miss Zella Weaver returned last
Orange avenue from Saturday until week from Jacksonville and is again
Tuesday afternoon, when she re- with the M. Ella DeVoy Company.
turned to her home at Palatka. .See the two pound onions at
Messrs. Charter, J. W. Adll and Our Store and buy some avocado
R. G. Craighead, of Cincinnati and pears.
Dayton, Ohio, were at the City Hotel W. C. Shaw, of Erie, Pa, has
Wednesday, enroute as usual for rented the I. H. Peck cottage on
Ponce Park to enjoy the fishing. Loomia avenue and will take pos-
Mrs. Webster, of New Smyrna, session Nov. 1.
and Mrs. R. P. Miller, of Seabreee, Rev. and Mrs. A. L. Abercrombie
are at the Daytona Hospital ad:! and G. W. Rich attended the St.
Sanitarium, as are also Mrs. L. Mc-' Johns River Association meeting at
Donald and infant, of Port Orange. Hollister this week.

.Inust opened up a new and up-to- Lumber from the Smith sawmill,
date line of percales, ginghams and now located on the Tomoka, is being
outings. The Chas. E. Gardiner Ce. delivered at the foot of Bay street
Dr. C. DeWarren Ake has removed for use in the new school building.
his dental office from the Thorp 'The latest works "The Silver
block to the rooms in the Globe Horde," by Beach, "Truxton King"
building until recently used for by McCutcheon, "The Goose Girl"
office purposes by Dr. G. A. Klock. by Harold McGrath, always on sale
Mr. and Mrs. I. II. Lesesne arriv- at Clark's Book Store.
ed Tuesday afternoon from Thousand Mrs. J. B. Parkinson and children
Islands Park, N. Y., where thy are at home at The Islington on
have been during the summer and Ridgewood avenue, having arrived
are once more at the Kodak Place Thursday night from Highlands,
on North Beach street. N.C., where Mrs. Parkinson con-

Mrs. G. B. Seaman returned Tues- ducts The Islington during the
day afternoon accompanied hy her summer.
mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Millar. "Tract of land in Daytona, con-
They have been at Harriman, Tenn., training 16 beautiful building lots,
for the past two weeks, stopping en- ten 50x159, six 53x105, new street
route from Milwaukee, Wis. to be opened through tract, never
o offered for sale before, now at a bar-
0Wanted, to exchange new brick, .
., ,. gamina u if sold quIick. W. A. Aman,
tile roof 6 room dwelling located in if sold quick.
iii UIJA JJUlUMe .


finest resident portion of 3',0(10
,y, Marion,Ind., for bearing orange
ove with improvements. W.A.
man, Daytona Beach, Fla.

Mr. and Mrs. Ira H. Miller went
to Pouce Pork Thursday. accom-
panied by Mrs. Miller's father, Geo.
F. Smith, who expected to remain
over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Miller
will remain at the Park for a period



olaytUa aU, ia.
Miss Flora Bean, of Maderia,
Ohio, arrived Wednesday to spend
the winter with Mrs. Gardiner and
Miss Lizzie Gardiner, on Myrtle
avenue. Miss Mabel Dade is also
with them for a couple of weeks'
visit, having come over from DeLand
last Saturday.
+For table linen, napkins and
towels, go to the Chas. E. Gardiner

Mrs. Mary Lee and son, M. H. Co.
Lee, who have been spending the A. W. Shattuck, of New Smyrna,
summer in Michigan, stopped over and his brother, E. J. Shattuck, of
here Wednesday, enroute to their Eden, accompanied D. P. Smith
home at Largo, for a few day's visit to this city Wednesday in his
with their son and brother, 1. F. automobile. A. W. Shattuck was
Lee and family. here again Thursday afternoon and
Mrs. M. Houston has had gish yesterday looking after business
Mrs. Me. H.ouston "ha had n alih .

[vy planted along the south wall of
the Public Library building, which
should make a very attraw tive ap-
pearance when established. Mrs.
Abbott. the librarian, is caring for
the young plants.
(leo. F. Crouch, chairman of the
County School Board, presided at
the meeting of the board the fore-
part of this week, driving over to
DeLand in his automobile. Judge
J. Lee McCrory accompanied him to
Daytona on his return.

and little

Mrs. H. G. Fletcher
daughter arrived Ist
night from Asheville, N.

they have spent the summer in
company with Mr. Fletcher, and are
with Mrs. Fletcher's parents, II. S.
Miller and wife. on I'almetto avenue.

connected within u W. affairs.
tPainters Wanted-Good clean
brush hands. Apply at 117 S.
Ridgewood avenue, W. H1. Wright.
Seward Sampson, a colored youth
of Midway, was arrested Thursday
morning by Deputy Sheriff John
Myers, at the instance of the F. E.
C. Ry. Co., for boarding and riding
on trains outside the depot. Justice
H. T. Titus bound him over for ap-
pearance at the Crimna~l Court next
OCurtaiu goods. denims and
cretons, also Swiss curtains, we have

'., here just what you what. The Chis. E.

Gardiner Co.

Those. H. White, president of the
White Company, ,4 Cleveland, Ohio,
-whoI liwtl I.c s famnilv has. m rnent the

t Truck Land in Florida
beautifull Natural Scenery
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e Modern

Seven Wonders

Daytona's Incomparable O(cu:in :'*-I!.
One of Iaytona s crownIit ;.i : i.' i -
her hiconip.:rabtFl beach. No :
ever set foot upon its nSlo,(t!i. .-it t
sands; no one who ever pi i:.I i a t;i-
cycle over its e-xpla.,n; !nlo ;;: x* '; !\', vr
drove a prancing ipair of hrlirses :ndi li.t-
ened to the poppilig of t.leir -,'l -hlies s
upon its asphdaltunl-like f:wec; no o:ic'
whoever stp.r' i1 hligh-pove.r *i':it.!>,l
bile down thie broad trc1h l of wa,;'-
washcd uandl surf-pa'cked island bt re':il-
ized that. it is a worll-be;.t r, a w..rl !-
wonder. (;o stand upon tVIi i1''.
speedway and see the hal!py s. n's flit
vy in joyous mood. aind al :iw-.r wvlcthi'r
this is not one of ti!" -r\:' .i- iod r'!
The Placid. Pellucid Halifax Kiver.

Where think you is water \wilih more
picturesque surroundings? N:ary a
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta-
tion artistic cottages with roomy v\e-
randa's looking out upllinl her bosoill,
gamiey food fishta- in ctotiilc-s t n;uitl-er
beckoning. aus it were, 1 and reel; her bosom ict-lte-d .-i!hl dtiek
and coot and snowy-win.:,'id e:: bi. tls,
which sit about as if for tlihe ..::rt oft
bobbing upon her waves.; w:;t.-i tihat
lubberly old white headed pu liean pIurlh
a fat mullet, aintlt that fish l\awk -tr..g-
glirg upward with his (liurimt-iitg load
he snatched from the water.
See tlhe beautiful launcilies, spi-k iand
span, their hampers and lockers bulging
with refresllnments both solid an : liquid,
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful
surface. Take out your field glass and
sweep the river from Ornond bridge to,
Ponce I'ark light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
the modern wonders.
The Enchantingly Pcturcsque Ridltewtod.
lidgewood avenue is upon tlhe crr.st if
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 vi-ta,
forming an arch, and from thlrese extenld-
ed arms great festoous of Spantishi m-lss
sway as the trade winds fromt tropic seas'
fan them. Lookiingstriilght uahedul (dow;.
this white shell street one ihas tlhe im-
pression of a fairy path with ellisli dra-
peries, but as you move along anidl c-a.t
an eye first to the right and then to I(he
left you se-e distinguished eott:age hom(e.
in tVie nmott delightful settings.
Hurpassing Beauty ot Our Cottage tlomes.

No one of Daytona s attractions, per-
haps, command ds more nearly universal
attention and praise than doet the artis-
tic cottage. The owners of these charnm-
ing villas hail from every corner' of ti,-
country and they bring their own arc-hi-
tectunral -lans and build upon I hivn.autd
as thie architecture of uone section n of the
country difiTers from tihe architecture of
another so do our homes dilffer in out-
ward appearance and structural beauty
from one another. There are no, iototo-
nous rows of strikingly similar building-
iUt thie eye, as it sweeps by, is treated
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps
A. e mind wondering "What next".'
Streets and Pavements the Most and BH-st.
Why the Architect of the (Universe
chose to give to Daytona tlhe most ad-
mirable, the most picturtulise natural
setting of all the cities of tihe Soth is
not revealed but that such is a fact
must be apparent to the litot sui;perfiia:l
observer. With su-chi laiish weaIlth ,of
natural beauty it Ibca-re ain easy thing
for the hand of man to give the little
finishing touches which have brought
out the colors and outlines of tih- i i
Main did all thiis in the laying ,uit of
the streets with their ide( mal:-rgitls of
parkage, the tireetir ctyv becoines a
great park
And as for pavement.'t pvementsi
that look and act like gr-nitle.-wherec
else between the east'ernt anld \\e:-ternl
seas are so many miles in proportion to i
inhabitants? Till some utnheard-of
place reports lmo re and better. DaLytona
throws down the gauntlet t, t he ti.t rld.
Squirrel,;. Flowers. Birds and Fruits.
Whatever one's siortotumings and
however indifferent or cve callous one
may be to many things, tlhe mere men-i
tion of "squirre-s :and (lowers,. Iir ls annd
ruits" Nill send a itrill that is rcllected
in distended pupils and pricked ears.
For every visitor with a spare "'.go-
ber" there is a bunny ready to cuum- out
anid accept your gift. lte wiii sit hbolt
upright and gnaw into the cmea l 't.. c.'ltini
furtive, sauc-y glances at (youm :mli( eaa .i il.
Flowers! Usually fresh and bhloi.tnt
the year 'round. In one y-:rd rtsi.s of
variagated huels predominiate', :inlt :t.r
has a iw'nichant for llthe p.imt-1-; i-i :::4
the premises are a:flame.e;: In,, r i. iidl-
decn in a jungle lof tall cauce.
The birds flit iin.antl with ti:u.ir j.,yu-"
note's h1tlp to iv ftllrh.-.s in:ti s--'IItt''-
try to the piiture..
As for frimits. eti 'e ctitru- frii 't ei ,:i
tona yie'ltts the p;:ilht to :t,.., f- '<1, :i'iv
and qclanttity per ,cere. '!.r' art r: -
of citrus groves in Iiroxiit it t. If, 'e;i \
branches beI.ndiimg to the Ir-,: .:; ;:.? ::, ;
burdens of lusciou L, goilt l,!: ;!,,!,
The Fastest Autos And The fir- st Eot.
Here is where worl'.s r.-c-rsi.- s f'.r ;... I

anid' li::1a p. I''toii-.t. Sever al factory i

Belaying His Jaws.
Shark stories, with some reason, are
commonly received with Incredulity.
A well authenticated anecdote, how-
ever, is told of Dr. Frederic Hill, an
English surgeon of distinction. A man
fell overboard In the Indian ocean and
almost into a shark's mouth. Hill. who
was standing close to the rail. grabbed
a delaying pin and without hesitation
jumped to save the sailor. The great
brute was just turning on Ills back to
bite when Hill drove the belaying pin
right through lth jaws. Both men
were got o n hard atain unharmed.
"Perhaps that fellow won't want an-
other toothpick. Has any one got a
clean shirt to lend? This was my last,"
were the only words of the rescuer.
English Dislike of Humor.
It is sometimes a matter for wonder
that humorists are allowed to live.

Mussel. did I say? No; these are not
the ordinary mussels that Americans
know. French gastronomic genius has
transformed them into moules miari-
niere. In some deftly magical way the
French chef has imparted a delicious
suggestion to the moules, just that in-
definable. evanescent memory ot gar-

lie-garlic which in the bauds of the
ordinary cook is an offensive and dead-
ly weapon, but which in the handed of
a cook of high degree-an artist In
fact-is a means for achieving souim of
the supreme triumphs of his art.
After the moules you will have any-
thing you care for-dainty lives of
galantine or sliced capon nestling amid
w.ata ...t da a hA than nah qano

"Does every one like jokes?"
"Few people do. Most think It k:
more blessed to give than to receive."
"Then people can't take a joke?"
"There are some who c-an't Editors.
for instance. rarely take a joke."
"Does any one make money from the
writing of lokes?"

"Only the palwermakers and the post
a] department of the government."
"Must a joke be funny to be a joker?
"Few are."
"Then some are serious?'
"Not exactly. But if you refer to a
sexton as a man of grave cares some
might think you intended to be jocu-

whl-hic's in ll ht rie!ilh',rhod u billew the I
Ioiol 1'::'. A. h' si:Tl 1.1t1:ts died.
;n '. :, .'d :: ..t'-. 1'i:rncd to ai h:iter-
Inr- r>e"-i,'m:tt o,f the block and remark-
e.i s''it*ntiouiishy
"'Yis. s;i,. ii's Sure diair-'r thlne fo
lots o' folks. but lt's only 12 o'clock
fer Ine."
And he shlanlmled on down the street
-looking fur i .i o.--New York Globe.
No "Rooms For Rent."
"In London the good woman who has ;
furnished lodgings to let never puts
out that sign. 'Itoom For Itent.' so fa-
miliar In flte cities of the United
States," said a traveler. "Instead
she displays the single word 'Resi-
dence.' That sounds queer to us. and
until the Yankee visitor becomes wise
as to Its meaning he wonders what Its
purpose might be. Any native will tell
him that such a legend means the oc-
cupant of the house will rent a part
thereof to one who is seeking a place
to reside In. So If you are In England
and wish to rent a furnished apart-
ment or ro,,n wherever you see the
word 'Residence' go boldly In and state
your mission."- Baltimore American.
Ocean Cables.
The diameter of the Atlantic cable
varies according to the depth of the
water, the character of the bottom on
which it lies and tile probabilities of
interference fronrlanchors. It Is small-
(est in lmidocean depths. There Is lit-
tle or no movement at the bottom, and
it Is important that the cable should
not have great weight. A heavy ca-
ble in deep water would be difficult to
bring up for repairs if such were need-
(ed. ln the shallower water a heavier
type of cable Is used. The types are
known as "shore end," "intermediate"
and "deep sea." The diameters of the
commercial cables are: Shore end, two
and three-quarter Inches; intermediate,
one and threb-quarter inches; deep sea,
one Inch.
Was Hanged Over Again.
A man who traveled extensively In
India told the following Interesting
tory-: A Pathan was being l;hanged
when the rope broke. The warder
bade him ;ig up on to the scaffold
nqain, but ho objected. "'No," he said;
"I was sentenced to be hanged, and,
han-red I've 'eenl."
S"Not so. friend," argued the warder;
"you were sentenced to b;e hlnged un-
Stil you were dend, :lad you're not dead."
It was a new view to tile Pathan,
and lie turned to tile superintendent.
"Is that ri'.ht, sahb'i?"
"Yes. that's right."
"Very well. I didn't understand."
And he went composedly up the steps
and was change l again like a man.
Monuments to Potatoes.
"When I was in Germany," said a
man wmho travels. "I saw some people
iwho like iotttLets even beItter than I
t do. At anylV rate. they erec-t statues to
thentm. (O fenherg was the first city to
eret t ia mIlonumllent of this kind. The
up llir part consists of a statue of Sir
-Fran:lcis Drake. who Introduced the
Slant Into Europe. This as well as
the pedestal is draped with garlands
of the potato vine with full grown tu-
bers. On the pedestal on one side is
Sir Frantis lDrake's name, the second
;side explains what a bIlessingl the po-
tato has been to mankind, the third
records that the statue Is the gift cf
a certain Andrew l'rederick of Strass-
bnrg. and the fourth contains the
names of the erectors. A statue shni-
lar to this is in tile town of Murz. and
I have leen told that there are other
c'oples in many small towns."-New
York Sun.


What Would He Do With It?
A farmer owned a dog-a very good,
high bred and thoroughly trained dog
-that every morning for three years
chased a railway train that ran past
the farm. The farmer and his wife
were watching the persistent but vain
pursuit one warm morning.
"I wonder." the wife said, "what
makes that foolish dog chase the train
so persistently."
"Never thought about that." replied
the farmer, "but I've often wondered
what he would do if he caught it"

What He Wanted.
Professional Guide (to palace car
portenr-l have an English lord in
charge, and I want him to get a good
impression of the comforts of travel
in this country. Here's $5. Porter-
Yes. sah. Do you want me to gib him
extra attention, sah? Guide-Great
Scott. no! I want you to keep away
from him!-New York Weekly.

Tommy Atkins on the Range.
Subaltern-What on earth are you
fellows doing? There hasn't been a hit
signaled for the last half hour. Pri-
vate-1 think we must 'ave shot the
marker, sir!-London Punch.

Rond-Don't you realize that mar.

iterate that you are a liar!" To the
astonishment of every one. the aggriev-
ed party let go his hold. "Oh, well."
he said. "in that case 1 accept the
apology. If a man says he reiterates,
that is all any gentleman can ask." le
did not understand why the bystand-
ers laughed, but the fight was off.

Anything to Oblige.
While crossing the ocean the two
sprightly children of very seasick par-
ents were scampering around the deck
"Tom. dear." said the mother in a
weary voice, "the children are too near
the railing." But he was too ill to no-
tice. and In sheer desperation his wife
nudged him on the arm. "Speak to
them. Tom." she said faintly.
With a wan smile he lifted his head
and said, "Eh-how do you do?"-La-
dies' Home Journal.

Village Gossip.
'Is Squire Whetstone considerate of
dpmb animals?"
"I don't know how he treats 'mer."
anlswerrel Si Simling. "but he certain-
ly speaks mighty kind of 'emj when
htis engineeriu' a boss trade."-Washn-
Ington Star.

Clarence--I'm goIng to ask old Vava-
sour for his daughter's hand. What's
:t t:ne.d way to Ilegin? Algy-Oh. spring
a few other jokes on him first and see
kt,--. h. % A1. r t

When Bathing Was Rare. WHAT IS' A JOKE?
In some )ld English court memoirs A CUUNARY MASTERPIECE. --
of the eighteenth century It Is stated 'It is a serious Business to the Man
that when George IV. was a baby he When You Go to Paris Don't Turn Up Who Concocts it.
was bathed only once a fortnight Your No a t Mussls. "-Thers ofe thhiig o though I knew.
That was thought to be plenty often You will find In Pars a small re t tid 1 ont ow," aid ommy.
That was thought to be plenty often taurant just Inside the street entrance i"What is a i. lke'T"
enough l those days for a hid to presided over by a waiter who has ai- i ahr rice up is ears. as t
washed. When -one of George's little patently been forty years ot age tfor were. joke. he said slowly. "is
sisters had measles the royal mother the last twenty years. He has a something its maker thinks is funny.
gave most careful instructions that the friendly, alert air. and anything In the but nobody else does."
child's linen was not to be changed world that you want he will promptly "That explains it then. Today I said
too soon, as she feared that some care- provide, an awful quaint thing. Mother had a
less attendant would clothe it in gar-j ou will naturally order some sort lot of women here. and they talked ,
ments insufficiently aire n and so of potage or something that your fan- about clothes. 1 said: 'A *ioman's
"drive in the rash." In those days cy suggests; but. whatever else you do. mind is always on clothes. Ithen she
people were much afraid of clean linen D e sure to call for mussels. I can see min't talking through her hat she's
and bathing. It was believed the you turning up your nose at this. In laughing up r sleeve. But no one
coimpilte bodily ablutions were weak- Ajmerica who eats mussels except at laughed, and 1 read that one too. Te'
ening, yet prince. peer and peasant I rare times-perhaps some pickled mus-j me a joke."
alike called In at every ailment the sels? They are with us in the same were to say when I came home
doctors of the period. who bled themin category as tripe, rom visiting the cemetery than had
into .1 state of weIakne aid ste- But behold the genius of the French! returned from the dead that world he
times death. When the waiter brings In an enor- Jke
The Point of View. mous silver bowl with a domelike sU- "Is that a practical joke?"
There is. avs was a ever er cover and when he removes the t I not. I's a grave joke."
Tbe r tihh is.l the ln s at .f e .w. Ani cover, then you forget everything in What s a practical oke
uu heoitAll eod theo Y Vhat's a practical joke
old d:rky, waldering thrt.nu thle t'ast the world except the delicious savory If your mother just before going
side in a vi ln sir.-h ftor work. smell of the steam wh ic r se fro out shopping asked for money and
wouldn't hI:ve uinde.rst.d t these l r.l:-al te myriad shells that open lovinly her all she waned
(h1,,'1t- i" 1h, h:,! he:ll it. th,,l. h he I for you to extract from them the dait- "veo you like pracnthal jokes?"
un,.,ns,-i.u<;iv xe;mllitled it. \eary ity sea flavored mussel that lurks with- "Not when they're as practical as

*STATIO?4LRY *ETC. N be kit t wift, k
wor w completed wmil markthe sarn 4m-
of the most disciutiaatta taste


"A Peach."
"Did you ever think." drawled t.e!
young man who sometimes attempt::
It, "what a fearful and woni. r :-
combination a beautiful girl would .-t
If she were ever painted inl th-. p-'i -
tar novels Consider her *r:aven' .i:t-.
her 'sapphire eyes. "shell-like" e:as.
'cherry' (or "ruby') lips. 's\\ail' ne::
and her 'feet that 'ncathi her Ietti;-o.it
like little mice glide in and ouL Yo.i
begin with a crow and e;d up with -:
unpleasant little rodent, with heaven
knows how much of the animal. vege-
table and mineral kingdoms in be
tween. And then you call the whole
blooming rummage sale a 'peach" YT-
gods, what a language!"-New York


Nice of Appication for Tax Ded IlUel "ROYAL SCARLET" BRAND
Sectin 8 of Chapter 4S8", laws
Not it... is h. rvb. O*tIvi hat twto iR. Kir h
of. piurth-.. ar of Tax' (.rtiic'tt,- Nil. I1, P PRAISE IT AND WILL TAKE HO O I0T '-
dit,.t itieu :'d lay of .1,lilt', A. I .. h: P--'u
li'd ', i rt illet- not- ny tth-. e THESE FISH ARE CLEANED D-g
t1: d,,;|i':."t!ol or tax tl t i is ,. i CANNED RIGHT WHERE THEY lit
!t-mluiit i.:t<" v I. .eiliim I w. lic-.hi tt,'- i .
turre-. thi,. 'oi!o\witi tl.-'ri-|thl d prot-rt.v >i- CAUGHT. THEIR DELICATE F LAVOR MSL
tt,'d i \tolusl;in colunly. i oOT DESTROYED BY AAr IOG C
lAt 2 A-.,-.,sor'. ,.tilu (itivisioun <> II tet t m NOT DESTOYED BY 4AinT Mot CAR -|
I.r; tt ..ittt :i.T'titi I. oitl l- I. nt i'cSU ING OR SHIPPING, BUT IS ATr wr gp
, t..,the ifss.iiof -ai I t-iitit. i.th ,, -ra. wMu&,w th WITH THEM IN THE CAN AND KEPT
ti, i:.i,. r<,.f.. 4 r;. !-ni.+'!. 17,it i >,si,. ti4! -. ;.,. .., .. Tl 10 10d TH .cr! UNTI EXT IRW -;-
itt"hall 1. .h,-n.t --tntiar In. THERE UNTIL, EATE N.
t-x t l wil w l i ti r n n tlh,- tell (oil" -ti" tl-
,, t'.l- 'r. A. Il.. :ignturn ROYAL SCARLET" SALMON
thi t. ti" In t h t -y f *pt. -tm hi -r. k. I.. oP *.-"
Ily R. I '. L a ''tllt t\Ili,.e lrk:. t ALL THAT IT COULD BE IF YOU CAUGHT THE FISH YOURSFfr,

F.rNt pl. A ..7.t..',,.:.^ THE "ROYAL SCARLET" CLAM CHOWDER
In their mtter of the .tr-tv of Fr:u-'n- <. CLAM CHOWDER AND FRESH LOBSTER OUGHT TO HAVE
(i Notit-ie s h,,ytidrl glv.n to n-il cr-tal- FOR SALE BY
le-g e-tees, tnd Milt p.rMols llifivll iii lV IR i -.
lnnialds auKgtinst tu -stt.t.- of Frtl .-is (;( l- :
d rdnl. dtlcon.s-tl. to prt-'itt lit#-' .s t otiic < t.
unlthr.signt!d within the- tiint- pro-s.-ril, 1 iM.
law, or the i- iiel will -barredl. L. G. LYM A N.
HtI'AN O Executrix with thi Will Anine'x-.d.
(First lulb. Oct. 2. lMt. i
Administrator's Notice. *,e. ee @
In County Judaett's tonrrt, -
nVolu.iu oun yt. 'lori'a. A. D. lcBRIDE J. & CONRAD P.N.O INRAB
In the inaittt of the c'stat'" of Elil ~M. President Vic-Prea. rLri r
Vining. (l-c-ns.sl.''
Notice is herely.v itiven to all creditors.
legatres, and all l -rsons lli vinll a y t-
nlansitsngaillst tht- t-stute- of Elias M. 'Vinll-
ing.d t unsed.toprae-unt the- s.;nl. to th1. M E RCHA NTS BAN K 0
undersign-d within the tinr- i)pr. scrit I t (- (BRANCH OF VOLUSIA COUNTY BANK)
law,or the s-e&inie wll I wn rrevl.
JAM B P. VINING, Capital Stock....................... ........................... 50,000
Adtminiistrunt.r. (
td-Ormond, Fa., t. st. Surplus and Profits ..................................... 55,165
SFirst Putb. H.tpt ~; last pubit. 4 it. le Four per cent interest paid on Savings accounts and Time Cer-
Notice to Non-Resident. -
tificates of Deposit. No notice required for withdrawals.
In thr 'irr-elt courtt .-v- F-
,-nth Judi-ial 4('ir'uit i 1. Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent
and for Volusin county, Iot* y
Iegn:Flo Moor
IN I'llAN<-RY. B
it naiim Moore W W W 41111- -w:

Jltme-s Moore
To James Moore.
You are h' rby requlr d to uplwir to th,-
Bill of( Complaint fle-d h lt-rein uguainsht o(.-
in t h" tluove entltk-d eatl c eU o or Iwn-lore tin-
:st day of Noveuhln-r, A. l. I lS.
"The Duytomat Girze-tte-N,-ws'" is hrel.rby
de-liglttetl usi the ntawspltpm r lin wlit-l tlhi
order sshlll b*- pulblishc l once a wee-k for
four 'col seutive weeks.
Witness mimv hand anid eaIl of ofnie' I hi
171t Iidaty of SeptetulM1r, A. II., 1LHt.
HAM'I.. I. JORDAN,('I.rk.
IY.v It. IHAMtl.IN.
i Reanl I l'>utty t'l F."W.\w. ll ,.lIr..
Solicitor for coimplalinan lt.

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Stade ad pVup. Yourna ris kof
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tep; yorgetthereInlM Buy of the
Sbete dIand mtrapertseed grow-
mrinB Aria. ItitooraAdantaceto
S I sriiyou e wilL For sle every-
whre. Our IM Seed Annual free.
Wrtte to
LD. M. ERR & CO.,

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watercresnes anu t* u I'.putp, .. "Is a pun like a joke?'
peaches in a little basket where the "Nothing at all. A man who makes
fruit Is unfolded in leaves from its a joke is an idiot, whereas a man who
own tree and ripened to precisely the makes a pun is a criminal."
right turn on some ancient wall n "hen the man who writes what he
the sunshine of an old French garden, thinks are jokes is a funny fellow?"
then perhaps some pulled bread and: "No; it is a serious business with
a bit of Camembert and a Cafe Maza him."
gran in a long glass. No one remem- ."He has his ups and downs, then?"
bers now the battle that gave Its name "Yes. He gets up courage to write
to this particular preparation of cof- to editors and gets turned down by
fee. which shows that men may come them."
and empires may fall and armies may "You're not referring to the man
be dashes into fragments upon the bat- who writes the column In the papers
tiefleld. but the genius of cookery re- every day? Surely life Is one joke
mains triumphant and its achieve- with him."
ments are never lost-Bookman. "No, it isn't He thinks be's a hu-
morlst, but he's a pessimist He'd
ENGLISH MONARCHS. rather be a hodcarrier."
"Why, does a hodcarrier make more
Death Often Unkind In the Manner of: money?"
Their Taking Off. "Well. he has a habit of climbing and
Of the monarchs who have reigned often goes higher. Besides, the out-
over England since the days of the door work is healthier."
Norman conquest nearly one-quarter of "Isn't joke writing healthy?"
the number have met violent deaths "Not when you're caught at IL"
William 1. was killed by a fall from "Can a man write jokes and still be
his horse, William II. was shot while a gentleman?"
hunting, whether by accident or de- "You forget Tommy, that our re-
sign is still one of the unsolved prob- marks are intended for publication
lems of history; Richard L was killed and that I have many friends who
by a shaft from a crossbrow while write. Besides, I sometimes get off a
besieging the city of Chaluz, in France: joke or two myself." Philadelphia
Richard II. was murdered in Pontefract Ledger.
castle, Edward II. was murdered InT
Berkeley castle and Edward V. in the The One Who Knew.
Tower of London. Richard Ill. wa.s "Eliah," said the ludge to the de-
killed on the battlefield of Bosworth. fendant. "you have had a fair trial.
and Charles 1. had his head cut off in The prosecuting attorney has shown
London. Iby circumstantial evidence that can-
Elizabeth's death was hastened by i not be gainsaid that you were in Mr.
remorse that she had ordered the es- Brown's chicken coop o the night
ecution of Essex. dnd her sister Mary that his hens disappeared, and your at-
sickened and died soon after the loss torney n his speech has practically
of Calais. declaring that the name of admitted that the theory of the prose-
that city would be found after death cution is true. Have you anything to
written on her heart. The death of say before the court pronounces its
Edward IIL's son, the Black l'rince, Jedge, r g
caused the aged monarch to die of "Jedge," said Elijah, rising politely,.
grief. So, after the loss of his son "all got to say is dis. I don't know
in the White Ship. Benry 1. was never much about de law. but I does know
seen to smile again and lived only a aeahsay evumdence isn't good, an' all
short time. Henry VI. and George IlL dese lawyers says is heahsay. I
were insane during the latter years oughter know. fob I uz de only man
of their reigns and finally died from In that chicken coop dat night, an' 's
what in these days would be called denied it right erlong."-Chicago Post
paresis. Charles II., Henry VIII., Ed-
ward IV. and George IV. hastened their An Apology?
deaths by the lives they lived. Ouly A London journal says that a lively
two monarchs died of that great nia discussion once took place in a town
tional scourge, consumption. They council In the north of England. One
were Edward VI. and Henry VI 1 thing led to another till one of the
Queen Anne's death was due as much disputants gave another the lie direct
as anything else to overfeeding. Only The insulted party rushed forward,
two monarchs. Henry VI. and George and the pair clinched. At that mo-
III. died after long illnesses.--Tndon ment the first man exclaimed. "1 re-

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