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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
Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: October 23, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Volume ID: VID00355
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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DAYTONA


GAZETTE-N S.


Vop. 21, No. 22


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Daytona, Florida, October 23, 1909.


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A close examination of electric-
al work finished and charged for
from this shop shows how 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.


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R. D. TAYLOR, Electrical Contractor
House Wiring a Specialty.
SDealer in Electrical Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shades,
Lamps No. 8 Orange avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.
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WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING


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

C. NASH ct SON
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New Dry Goods....
Just received-A complete line of Ladies' Aprons; the largest
line of Ladies' Hosiery ever shown here; a new shipment of Ladies'
and Children's Muslin Underwear; the largest assortment of cotton
and wool Blankets; new stock of plain and fancy Ribbon; a fine lot
of Crib Blankets for the children; the best stock of Outing Flannels
in the city. Don't buy until you see our stock and get prices.
THE PECK HENDRICKS COMPANY.


pilot, Alouzo White, who is as much Mr, and Mrs. W. W. Carter were ustine is about 288 mules. The
a part oI the Sweetheart as her en- DeLand visitors Friday of last week, exact figures obtained by the path-
S gines going over in their Autocar and ending car were: East Coast route:
taking with them their small mua- 2,.-4 miles, time 22 hrs., 37 min.;
Had Quick Results. servant, "Arthur." They were suir- average speed per hour, 13:34.
; i med as witnesses in the case (of West Coast route: 23c;.; miles; time,
G. H. Ludwig telephoned to thte colored boy, Tom Purcell, Iho 17 hrs, 45 min.; average speed peri
Gazette-News office, just after the was charged with abducting lboth hour 1-':-.
paper I adl gone to press last week, money and eatables or soft drinks The Tamipa Auto Club contest
asking that his advertis ment of from their residence some weeks ago. for the cup will begin on Thursday,
furniture for sale be withdrawn, as The boy was discharged as the tes- November 4.
all had been sold through an item timony while strong was entirely
in the previous issue. Several simi- circumstantial. 'l E t u.
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Thousands of Homeseekers Will, New Life Infused in Local Camp Many Duties It Could Perform
be Added to the Regular By the Recent Work of for the Benefit of the El
Army of Visitors. Organizer Shattuck. City of Daytona.
Indications from every direction Although a local organization of The article in last week's Gazette TARI
signify that Florida will have a Woodmen of the World has existed News telling of the plan of the *
greater number of visitors within in Daytona for a number of years Tamra Board of Trade to elim
her borders this winter than ever it has either lacked the membership inate fake advertising schemes
before. required or the enthusiasm neces- met with popular favor among Day-
Times are prospersus throughout sary to get the choppers together tona's business men. Every year -
the Noith, money is more plentiful for initiatory ceremonies or regular fakirs galore take several thousand
than for several years past and meetings, but this promises to be dollar away from Daytona people
people are learning more and more changed in the future through the on advertising schemes that possess LO
what a haven of rest and recreation recent efficient work done in the absolutely no merit.
Florida is during the months when Daytona forest by Deputy State Or- Under the Tampa plan all adrer-
Jack Frost reigns over a great por- ganizer A. W. Shattuck, of New timing schemes are either accepted
tion of the United States. Smyrna. or rejected by the publicity con-
Besides the great army of health Organizer Shattuck in the past. mittee of the Board of Trade. Lis
and pleasure seekers who will visit two or three weeks secured a num- It has been suggested that a
us this winter, thousands of persons ber of applications for membership Board of Trade be reorganized in
will come to the State to look at and Friday night of last week the Daytona. Such an organisation Le
lands for agricultural purposes. members of Daytona Camp No. 27 conducted in a live manner would
All of the railroads leading to were called together to witness the be be of inestimable good to the
Florida are making preparations to initiation of these would-be chop- most favored resort in Florida. It
handle enormous numbers. Already pers. couldfather and endorse projects for
the traffic is heavy for the early The work was done by a degree the public good; it could boost the
season, team made up from the New Smyrna city as no other body of individuals
Because of the heavy travel south and Oak Hill Camps, assisted by could. And nowhere will boosting
the passenger department of the members of the Daytona Camp. count bigger results than right here Cul
Florida East Coast Railway found The New Smyrna Woodmen in Daytona. The Almighty has
an extra sleeper necessary on the present were Sovereigns A. W. Shat- favored Daytona in many ways but T
southbound train last Saturday ev- tuck, G, Ballantyne, A. W. Whita- it's up to the citizens to plan enter-
ening. An extra Pullman was also ker, H. Moore, B. Ashton, E. Lolin- tainments, suggest improvements
attached to the southbound Mo .' son, F. Newell and Oscar Ross and and herald to the world the many .
day evening to accommodate the over- those from Oak Hill were (Cuncll attractions of Delightful Daytona.
flow of travel. This is the first Commander I. Putnam, Fred Columns could be written on the
time that necessity has arisen for Hatch and W. Brooks. civic benefits of a live Board of Trade $@sI
extra sleepers this early in the sea- The party came up from New but any progressive business man
son, Smyrna early in the evening bring- can turn over in his mind many im-
ing with them a lot of their camp provements that such a body could
,JOLLY PAY EJOY TRIP paraphrenalia, not forgetting the make possible where individual
goat. efforts are of no avail. "In union
ON YACHT SWEETHEAT.I Some twenty or twenty-five chop- theie is strength."
pers were in attendance, about all Why not reorganize the Board of
the members of Daytona Camp Trade and maintain a live commer-
Commodore Burgoyne Entertains being present and to these latter the cial organization?
Party of Twelve on the ceremonies of initiation were as in-
teresting as to the candidates them- Rooms in Demand,
Sweetheart Sunday. selves, for most of them had never The Gazette-Nowa ii almost daily
For the first time since last June had an opportunity to witness the inreceipt of requests for sample
Commodore C. G. Burgoyne placed work in full, as it was most credit- rcpi eq eho f al
the beautiful yacht Sweetheart at ably conducted by the visiting ioy from elow are a
a for rooms to reat. Below are a
the disposal of a jolly party of ereigns. couple of the letters:
guests for a trip to the inlet last' Those initiated, all of this city Editor Gazette-News-Enclosed
Sunday. and vicinity, were G. M Gunn, ,. plese ind three cents in stamps
The beautiful craft lipped her L. Hamilton, A. M. Nichols, M. M. for which please end the latest
moorings promptly at ten o'clock Stigler, T. G. Wagner and F. L. co of our paper. I suppose
and proceeded to a point just this Middleton. ytains advertising in
side of the Inlet where anchor was* Following the initiation cere- thlineof rooms for rent by the
cast and one of Mr. Burgoyne's monies, the camp was closed to eon. or si
toothsome repasts was spread before allow those present to partake of a Editor Gazette-News-Wife and
the guests. midnight repast, prepared for the would like to find two or three
These trips down the Halifax are I occasion, after which they dispersed, rooms for li ght housekeeping pleas-
a pleasant ones and are thoroughly the visitors returning to New antly lichated in your city ready for
enjoyed by all who are so fortunate; Smyrna with the exception of Sv- ccupacy about Nov. rst No
as to number themselves among the ereigns Hatch and Putnam, who doubt room of this decrition areNo
party. They form a pleasing ino-, remained until Saturday afternoon advertised in your paper occasion- Fi
ovation after a strenuous week and and returned to Oak Hill by train. lly, or perhaps every week. Willy
e none go who do not say on their re- Several more applications have' you iy mai e a copy or two
turn that they have been benefitted been received and as Organizerou kindly aloe a copy or two
by the taste of salt air and the gen- Shattuck has been granted pernis- A word to the wise is sucient.
erous repast provided by the' host.' sion by the local camp to continue
Those comprising the party Sui- work in its territory, he will doubt- West Coast Ro.ute the Shorter.
day were: F. N. Conrad, E. L. less devote more of his time in the
Gunn, Geo. F. Smith, Dr. W. A. -nqar future to selecting good chop- The Tampa Times pathfinding
Gove, N. H. Clark, M. B. Aultuman, pers from the Daytona forc- to ear tindl the West Coast route from
T. E. Fitzgerald, Geco. F Crouch, swell the ranks of Camp No. -'. 'Tampa to Jacksonvile about 230
L. G. Lyman, A. MAcF. Porter, J. L. miles, while the route via Plant City,
Wallace, Mr. .ohnsun, C. G. Bur- Kissimmee, Orlando, Sanford, Oa-
tovne and the efficient engineer- oyr Was Nut held. teen. DeLand, Daytona and St. Aug-


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Ridgewood corner dwelling, fully fur-
nished, garage, good location. A bar-
gam to :any one who wishes a mce
winter home.
A six room house in center of city,
furnished, can be bought below cost.
Unfurnished cottage, good location,
can be bought for less than the value
of the lot.
CONRAD-OATES REALTY, TITLE
AND INSURANCE COMPANY, Inc.
We will insure you against fire, tornados, burglary, accidents
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;ONRAD GIOCEIY Cox's.

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

ttuce, Beets, Turnips and Mustard

Greens. Cranberries, Apples,

Avocado Pears, Guavas,

Limes and Lemons.
rtice Bros. Red Cherries, fine for pies, 25c

he Conrad Grocery Company
T. Conrad & Co's. old stand.
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T. E. FITZOERALD, Editor % .--. -- .. KINGSTON, Oct 21--C. I. Scott
HE GAZETTE-NE S CO AY MRS. H. A. BERNARD, Editor. has returned from DeLand, where
THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY 0-P-- ---00000** ***9 he had been several days in attend-
(INCORPORATED) SEABREEZE, Oct. 20-Edward W. Smith's new home on Pinewood avenue, ance at the Criminal Court as a
S- -- Russell and bride arrived Sunday after- which was completed after he left for witness.
Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. noon on a visit with relatives here and the North last spring.. Melon was summoned to the
I at Daytona. They are now at The May- Thomas Keating and family will W. Melton was summoned to the
field visitingMr. Russell's grandmother occupy Ocean Villa this season. The County Seat to do jury service this
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mrs. Curtis, and aunts. Mesdames Ran- Daytona Beach Hotel will be leased. week, going over on his wheel Mon-
One op one year ....................................... kin and Thomas. Mr. Russell is a sue- Arthur Spnnger has taken a position day.
One copy six mon ....... ......... 75cessful business man of Greater New with the Shephard meat market and The latest arrival at The Ferndale
One copy three months ......... .........40 York and a son of Henry Russell, who grocery store on Beach street, Daytona, is r. Arnold, of Iew York Stte
regularly spends his winters here. This and as a business convenience he and .tate
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1900 is Mr. and Mrs. Russell's first visit to his wife will take rooms at the Rose- who came Sunday.
the Florida East Coast, and it almost mound, Daytona. J. W. Davis and wife are home
I goes without saying that they are Mr. and Mrs. Gould, who have spent again from a stay of several days at
S L I POTT HE E; EDUCATIONAL RALLY AND charmed with the climate and scenic the summer at Lakeside, Ill., are now DeLand, his case in court having
o 9 beauty of these parts. in Jacksonville purchasing furniture for been postponed until the December
HOTE0I l 0ANS A0 d IN. CRNE STN AYIN The reading room on Oakridge avenue their new home and place of business on
wCOR R STONE LAn ill be opened to the public this af- Seabreeze avenue Contractor Fuquay term.
I Ra ternoon at 2:00 o'clock. The Ladies' will turn the keys over to them on their C. H. Lee and family spent a few
Sewing Circle will hold a short session, arrival. days at the County Seat last week.
W. T. Hadlow, Builder of the Will Take Place at Daytona Mon- and light refreshments will be served. Mr. Moyer and wife, Dubuque, Iowa; L. S. Thomas is at The Ferndale
New Clarendon s in the day Afternoon, November A library table is much needed in the Mr. Sears and wife, Detroit; Mr. Berry
New Clarendon Is in the day Afternoroom, and such a donation will be and wife, Baltimore; L. E. Key,Atlanta, again after a few days absence a
City Today. First at Two O'clock. highly appreciated by the ladies who are the arrivals at the Seaside Inn, Ormond.
are trying to get the reading room well where they have taken rooms, being ac-
Dr. E. L. Potter arrived in the The corner stone of Daytona g started, commodated for meals at the restaurant.
cityTuesdayfromNew York, after magnificent new school building Chester Sims returned Sunday from J C. Cabaniss, of the Daytona Beach PORT ORANGE
a thr months stay in the East. will be laid with appropriate cere- Fort Pierce, where he has been at work drug store, is spending several days in
Mrs. Potter arrived in Jacksonville monies Monday afternoon, Nov. 1, for some time. DeLand.
rs. tay and will come down in at 2() o'clock. The exercises will Mr. and Mrs. Farlow have moved into Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Field crme up PORT ORANGE, Oct. 21-J. A
t nsdyand will come down m at y onictk. eHal exercises fia their new home on Valley street. R D from Cocoa Sunday afternoon to look Tedder, our progressive market and
th lnew Pope-Hartford car today. be conducted by Halifax Lodge. Taylor and children are staying with after their property interests on the groce
1. Potter, in an interview today, No. 81, F. & A. M., under dispensa- them until the plastering and other in- peninsula and take a little vacation.an, has set up a nice steel
said, tion from the Grand Lodge, and terior improvements have been com- Mr. Field, while here, will install a good mp.
"I am very glad to get back to will be held at the school grounds pleted at their home on Grandview water system at The Maytield. J. L. Pattillo spent several days
Daytona and vicinity and am more on Bay street at the end of Palmetto avenue New pupils are being enrolled at the in New Smyrna last week.
atona and viinit anrR. T. Butler arrived saturday night public school each week and Professor F. G. Lindberg, one of our forme
than pleased to see the improve- avenue from Whit Springs, this State, where Wakefield reports the attendance good citizens, was a visitor in our village
ments that are so rapidly being Immediately after the ceremonies he stopped over a few days. from a Suspension of sentence during good last week.
made. California is a great State the Educational Itally, promoted by summer spent in various portions of the behavior by Judge Perkins, in the case t
and I am very much pleased with State Superintendent olloway, and North and East. of Clarence Rose met with general ap- Mr. Hardman, of the J. H. Mc
my purchase out inuthat State but George M. Iynth, of l(inesviile, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wells returned lrst proval on the peninsula, where he grew Laurin Co., Jacksonville, has rented
so many years of rsidenceu in this will be held in the Armory. The Friday from a summer spent at Clifford. from childhood to boyhood. C. Christiancy's beautiful home on
Pa. They report an unusually cold the River Shore.
delightful section have caused ties primary object of this rally is to summer, but were both greatly benefited The Books Have Arrived. Alfred McDonald, wife and ba
to be made that can never be awaken interest in public education, by the change of climate. The littlee Masterpieces Library" came up from Oak Hill to attend
broken. This to me will always be ti devise ways and means of sup- As echo from the electrical storm amle te funeral of i
home and 1 expect to spend at least pldving tbe sltools with proper ap- which last week wrought such damage so kindly donated by Mr. Gamble, the funeral of his father's little
hoe and exec t se es p tsanlibraries and to make in various parts of the South. Mrs. J. R. is now ready for the Daytona people baby who died at the Daytona Hos
the winters here. paratusTomlinon and sister, Miss Jones, suff- to read. ital an was buried Frida morn
"In regard to the New Clarendon Florida, educationally, rank first in ered considerable loss of property at This Library consists of four ing, Rev. Mr. Cooper, of the M. E
I wish to say that the hotel will be the southern states. Aragon, Ga in the destruction of tenant charming volumes, bound in red church, officiating.
built if the capital that was ready in Prof. Holloway and Major Lynch houses..,u
the spring is still available. The will deliver addresseswith talks The Glenwood is being brightened up cloth, with gold backs, containing Mr. ana Mrs. Spurgeon, of Indi
builder sand other parties interest front others interested i educa- by a fresh coat of paint at the hands of ten thousand pages and twelve ana, arrived last and rented one e
ilde and the artie interested rom oersJohn Allen. hundred separate selections--prose, Mrs. Dondinville's houses.
are in the city and we are rapidly tional matters. Dr. E. L Potter arrived from the poetry, fiction, science and autobi- The Misses Jessie Dupont an(
getting matters in shape to sign up It will be a big day for education North last night. He stopped over a ography. The genius of centuries May Milburn returned last weel
all necessary contracts. If nothing in Daytona and everybody should day in Jacksonville. com
happens work will be started within attend. Mr. and Mrs F. R. Swift are having is compressed into these volumes, from a prolonged and delightfu
happens work will be started within attend.
s days d the huse will b numerous improvements made at their For nine years the Review of Re- visit with Mrs. Lee Fread, a
sixty daysand the house ill be *lank's Chill Tonic for Malaria, home onJessamineavenue. A commod- views devoted its energies to this Winter Haven in the lake region
opened on Jan. 1st, 1911. The ills, fever, cold and lagrippe. 25c ious new stable has just been completed, work aided by such men as Hamil- Enroute home they stopped at De
house will be unique in every way guaranteed. All druggists. 2-ly with a dove cote in the rear. A broad ton Mabe, yke, Bliss Leon Srings and enjoyed a ve
and have had assuranbos from for- shell driveway is being being laid to the ton MabiLeoSprigs d eyed
mer patrons that everyroom will be The New Drug Store. street by A. S. Radall. Water pipes Perry, Thomas Masson and George pleasant visit with Mrs. A. N. Doug
S. have been laid in the yard, and a good Isles. las and Mrs. T. .1. Murray, at Nev
taken on the opening day. As will e seen by the notice else- engine installed, so that there will be no Here is a book to fill any mood -- Smyrna.
"The interests of Daytona are where in this issue, M. II. Church difficulty in supplying the needed moist, a laugh for your lighter hours, Dr. DuBois and Mr. Scott return
my interests and I feel that my in- will open his new drug store net ure for the ornamental shubbery and poetry for quiet days, philosophy home Wednesda The doctor wen
terests in the New Clarendon are Wednesday in the recently con- trees that have been set. All in all the etry for quiet d p h a d
the interests of every on in this vi- pleted ardiner building on South improvements made are just such as go for your thougtfu! ours and s far west Chicago and Milwau
Sint to make home life comfortable. stories for any hour. kee and stopped at Indianapolis oe
cinlty." Beach street. Miss Tooker, of Decatur, Ill, a well Here is boundless beauty and his return.
Dr. Potter will remain here until lThe opening of the store has been qualified teacher, arrived Sunday wealth; here is the essence of all ----
the Clarendon arrangements are all delayed some weeks by the non- having been employed by Mr. Haigh as culture.
made and then will return *to Los arrival of some of the fixtures, but governess in his family. HO Y LL
Mrs. A. S. Randall's numerous friends Let your min'l keep good coin- HOLLY H LL
Angeles to look after his large in- everything now being at hand, Mr. will be pleased to learn that she has pany and it will have the tone of
torests there. He will keep in Church is satisfied thst ho will be sufficiently improved under Dr. Klock's that company.
touch with the building here and ready for public inspection by Wed- treatments to come home this week. Daytona is to be congratulated IOLLY HILL, Oct 21-On Sun
will probably make frequent trips nesday. Mr. Ct urch will carry a Leo and Carl Burgman and Jerome upon having access to this store- day uoing at the evidence of hi
between California and Florida. full stock of all goods to be found in Wetherby spent Sunday at the C. C. daughter, Mrs. Peterson Mr. Lin
an up-to-daeP drug tre. ost farm below Pert Orange. They house of knowledge and wer quist,of Hallandale, passed iawa
made the trip in the Wetherby boat. afatr a hmg illness. The decease
Tendered a" Reception. The store is richly finished in James Dobbins and wife are having Preparing For Work. after a long illness. The cease
was born in Sweden in 1835 anl
The reception tendered Rev. and gollen oak, this Ieautiful wood har- the interior of their home, formerly the The dredge Klondike was moored cwa to this country in 189. Tha
Mrs. IIH.H. "Mallinson Tuesday ev- monizinug nicely ilth the wall tint Williams place, on Grandview avenue, came to this country h 1879. The
enin at the Epworth League hall "f green. Several line plate glass handsomely decorated, and otherwise at the oot o Bay street thursday, the bereaved family have the sy
enig atthe Le pworf League hall aess a th stti i the store, improving the house and premises, while she was being rigged with a pathy of the entire neighborhood
bythe Ladies Aid Society of the add the s n of the sto Jerome A. Burgman arrived from the new hoisting cable and blocks pur- was evidenced by the attendance
M. E. Church wa.s a very pleasant which is brightened and enriched North Monday night. He stopped in chased in Jacksonville recently by the fuvidral erviced held Moaendance
social event. Those receiving were by magnifi'-ent mirrors in the rear Washington, D. C., for a few days' visit her owners, Melton & Shear. After servLCes held Monday b
Mrs. Herman G. Porter, Mrs. G. H. of the soda fountain and also form- with C. A. Ballough and family. the Rev J. L. Cooper, of the Kingt
Gardiner, Mrs. 1. J. Price and Rev. ing the division between the main Mrs. Harry Brigham arrived from a little repair work on the bulk- ton Methodist Church.
and Mrs. Mallinson. room anl lrecrilti,,n department, Mane last week and joined her hus- head at Bay street and the replen-
band at his mother's home on Valley fishing of the shell pile at this place Pla yerPiano Recitals.
The hall was tastefully decorated beyond which is a large store room. stre~.t. for use on the city streets the drede .. r. .


with roses, ferns and other greenery Tne soi;n outtiainL. calleu te iAm- The fourth and fifth grade pupils, will reir to the City island and Pleo. ray has received a Boudoi
fourth aId e Ipupi* 1 arLs' will repair to the City Island and
and refreshments, consisting of erican luovation, is a beautiful coln- Miss Burgmau teacher, have organized Player Piano and is giving nightly
punch and cakes, were served by bination of marble and Germun a literary society to meet twice a month again take up the work there, prob- recitals at E. J. Mills' cae, bewee
e hear and hoemaer. ie an is the ot Allstone Dryer, wh, hbs a decided ably some time next week.
Mesdames Shear and Shoemaker. silver and is probably the ot talent, has drawna very tsaty design the hours of seven and eight o'clock
During the evening music was sanitary fountain made. Its attrac- for the minute book cover. Ap Errogeus Report. Mr. Wray has a large selection
furnished by the Pythian Male tiveness is enhanced lay the hand- music, including some excelled
Quartet and Mrs. Geo. A. Main gave sonel mirror behind it, which adds Some of the pew York newspap- pieces by the old masters, which
several choice piano selections. itsenchntment to thehct. D)AYTONA BEACH, Oct. 20-Th ers and several hotel papers have you ll joy hearing The la
several choice piano selections. Epworth League, at a business meeting published statements thtel you l enjoy hearing The Playe
Epworth League, at a business meeting published statements that the popu- Piano is a coibinjtiop ordinary an
In response to an invitation by 'The g.cltral imnllrssiln of the held Monday evening. decided to hold alar Ridgewood otes had been sold mcan i a cinstruent, wl mad
Rev. Herman G. Porter, district store is one of rich simplicity, ev- Halloween party at the parsonage Sat- lar ew otel had td echanal instrument, well mad
superintendent, Rev. Mallinson erything ,uiet in lone yet of the urday evening. October 30. Lunch will and other statements that it had and handsomely finished, with
made a brief but pleasant address. ver bcst. It is in I fact a handsome b served, and a jolly time is antici- been leased for the coming season. solid guarantee behind it and sell
The reception was largely attended. store furnished m, nI.ost excellent pated. The Gazette-News is pleased to at a very moderate price.
taste.J. J. ishop and family and Mrs. state, however, that all the state-
Bunch and family went to DeLand Sun-
It is inelLlt-s. to, sy that the day morning. The party, with the ex- ent are erroneous, as a letter t W ho
Will Install Linotype Machine. public will riv every courtesy ception of Mrs. Bishop who remainedfrom Prretor D. Lanworthy
W. W. Carter, proprietor of the at the hands of Mr. ('Curch and his; overto visit her mother a few days, re-states that the hotel will be run as W would En otY
Halifax Steam Printing House, in charnning uif l ho will assist hliu turned home Sunday afternoon. usual with himself at the helm. Mr.
order to keep pace with his busi- in lthe Il'in .iss.t' V. C. Grant left Monday for Fort! and Mrs. Langworthy are now in good health, with its blessings, must
Pierce. where he has accepted contract n
ness, has ordered a Junior Linotype were he has accepted aontrct I Boston but expect to arrive in Day- derstand. quite clearly, that it involves t
machine fhas or us dered a Junior Linotype Try This in November Th h.it tona before long. work.question f right living with a the te
machine for use in his iob depart- Try This In November. i tona before long qstion f right living with all the ten
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While roaming around in the
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afternoon Ether Ward, a young col-
ored boy, picked up a right arm of
a human body. lie carried it to
his home at Waveross and yester-
day morning J. D. Maley and a Ga-
zette-News' representative went out
and got it. An effort was made to
get the boy and take him to the
scene of his find in an endeavor to
locate the balance of the body.
Four or fivee ears ago a man,
Mvers by name, mys-eriously disap-
peared, and it is thought by some
that the arm may be from his
boy. Others. however, contend
that the member i in too good a
stateof preservation to have been
exposed for so long a time.
Dr. G. A. Klock, wh-, examined
the arm. states it to he that of .a
female, Aho was evidently at least
twenty years old.
The member is now at the store
of the Bingham & Maley Company.


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Surprised on Anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. James Kincaid had
a delightful surprise party given
them on the occasion of their
twelfth wedding anniversary Wed-
nesday night.
One of the boys was with Mr.
Kincaid at the store in the afternoon
and it was arranged that Mrs. Kin-
caid and the other son be delayed
by Mrs. Geo. A. Main, of whom they
have been taking music lessons, at
her home on West Magnolia avenue
as late as possible in the evening.
When they reached home they
found their residence a blaze of
light and decorated with Japanese
lanterns, while some twenty-tive or
thirty fiends and neighbors werb
waiting to receive them.
Mrs. Mary Troy, Mrs. Kincaid's
mother, served dinner for the as-
sembled company at the Troy House,
adjoining the Kincaid residence
and a delightful time was enjoyed
by all. Mrs. Kincaid received a
number of nice presents during the
evening.


Notice of Dissolution.
Tit- partnt-r-~iip of Mli.-An.I r- Ta illu ha;i
I<-enl >is.stIlvd h1v Iutitual consent Hn-nV
T. THt1swill coh.-et all tlll ;i i ) p:> Mjil
detlsuf ti;r piartw!-rshlip up to h-t. Itll;.
t(S<'AK 4l-'i KL,
3--2 H I:NKY T. T'l'rt's.
Notice.
Th- .~an\lul:l I ltockhotltfdr' Int.-.*tillg of hti'
Rquitnl,l- I:uihllng and Lo:ai t'ottiJCtnI- of
laytoln f lor tIle -l--tioni of olttic--rs aild r.--
por.s %iill h- held at tlhir otiic,.. Beach
str'-'t., Tu.-ldaf Nov-. o fal. I :: 1* I n.
A. u1. (-'A .TrrK .cfr-tary.v
SPECIAL EXTRAORDINARY
A feature of the greatest sale ever
held in this city.


$350
Buys a new Boudoir size high grade

Player Piano.
A beautiful instrument with the
rich, full tone of the larger piano.
4.I.- (iEO. WRAY, Daytona


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planned. Arm= a&ur1
was decided to mak, aS i R
census of Daytona and pueb2rdi;
were made at once to beghi
A courteous reception mttem4 A I&
those taking this ceass will be
highly appreciated.

DOING THEHI-NIT.
a a
Scores of Daytma Readers are Leam
lt the Duty of the Kidnys.
To filter the blood is the kidney.'
duty.
When they fail to do this the kidneys
are sick.
Backache and many kidney is follow:
Urinary trouble, diabetes.
Doan's Kidney Pills cre them all.
Daytona people endorse our elaim
James M. Osborn. Ridgewood awae,
Daytona. Fia-, says: "I hare no bei-
tancy in recommending Doan's Kidney
Pills, -w I have found them to be a
splendid kidney remedy. SometimeapS
I was having severe pains in my back
and loins, coupled with an annaojwae
from the kidney ecretions. I had heard
Doan's Kidney Pills so highly ieeem-
mended that I concluded to try themraa
procured a box from Haakia' drug
store. They did their work very e&ee.
ively and before long rid me of the baek
atche and pains across my loins. Thy
also strengthened my kidneys and tep-
ded the annoyance from the irreglarity
of the secretions." 2
For sale by all dealers. Price S0 eenLt
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., ms
agents for the United Statea
Remember the name--DPa's--md
take no other.
MASONIC DIRECTORY.
HALIFAX LODGE. No. 81, I. & A. M-
Meets 1st and 3rd Thurdays.
HALIFAX CHAPTER, No. a. x.-
Meets ad Thursday.
ORI ENTAL OOMMAN DERY, No. 9j T.-
Meets jh Thursday.
LIVEOK s HAIAPTE, Nao. 0. K. 8.-
Moets 2nd and 4th Tue oays.
All meet in Magonit Hall, Orange ayuo.

A. GOODWIN
Practical
Mattress Maker
Mattresses Remade wih Oure. Boat
Cushions made toorder.
Shop on N. Beach St. ear Robert's
Blacksmith Shop.

A POSTAL CARD.


to M. H. Zuber, Daytona, will
bring you a strand of yellow
pine stove wood for $225,
or oak at $2.50. 16-3m


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Going to open up that cottage?
sy wantan alarm clock, or per-
aape some plated silver. Ask the
uaac r person you meet where is the
best place to go. That's all
L. H. ROWE & Co., The Jewelers.
SJohn Maley spent Sunday in
SJacksonville.
SM.H. Zuber and J. L. Robarts
I were Harwood visitors last Saturday.
SiMr. R. S. Maley and daughter
Were the guests of friends at New
:Smyrna Sundy.
Ralph Lapp is riding a three-
homepower Marsh motorcycle, re-
.ajnly purchased.
*i F *FoR SALE-Fine Persian cat.
-.Address Box 292. Daytona. 22-2t
M-ir. and Mrs. W. F. Colby were
pytona visitors Tuesday driving
Down from Ormond.
SCommodore J. H. Allen was in
City from Allenhurst Friday and
y of last week.
J. Mr. and Mrs. Macon Thornton
were in the city from Ormond Mon-
a:y, driving down from that town.
:- t]Automobile tires and inner tubes
m^leanized at Oliver's garage
,. A. B. Yelvington, of Titusville,
S~'aaa visitor in this city and at
Cl7ston Monday and Tuesday of
y this week.
Messrs. C. M. and W. D. Rogers
e- m at work on the Howe & Currier


tract near Indian Springs getting
up a system of drainage.
i C1ollars 2 cents, all style of shirts
10 cents, with work left and called


for at Daytona Steam Laundry. tf
Mrs. F. J. Niver and son, Donald,
returned Sunday evening from a
summer's visit in Pennsylvania.
Mr. Niver met them in Jacksonville.


e The hose carts and hook and lad-
der truck have arrived and it is now
up to the citizens of Daytona to or-
S, gaise a volunteer fire department.
C. B. Wingate, who has been with
: I H. Hoene, at Point Chautauqua,
N i' Y., during the summer, returned
to Daytqpa Friday night of last
w.- eek.
S Away on vacation. Office closed
until Oct. 20th.
SDa F. H. HOUGHToX.
Miss Carrie Penfield, of Orniond,
was in this city with friends Mon-
Sday, coming down to join her
Smother, who has been visiting at
H e reeee.
ly. Daisy G. Dryer, for a number
Sof Tears compositor on the Halifax
SJotural has accepted a position in
i the eabreeae postoffice and entered
lponm her new duties Thursday.
M *Thoee anticipating hunting trips
h would see J. L. Robart, noted hunter
4.i.- ad guide, as game is plentiful this
esson. Home on West Second Ave.
.Fred L Middleton, yard manager
of the Norman S. Dayton lumber
yards, was a St. Augustine visitor
.Iturday and Sunday, going up to
t .he Ancient City to see his mother.
Attorney F. W. Pope, Jr. says
if the owner of the cow he killed
:with his automobile on the New
S.An'Smyrna road last Sunday night will
-i1:tl at his office he will settle with

*A number of fine peninsula
ehoies for rent. A few good board-
ii house propositions. Choice
P10perties for sale. Charles F. Burg-
iaa, Seabreeze, Fla.
Aj ohn and Porter Morgan returned
Saturday from Ocean Grove,
4, where they have been during
"aMiopr. Clyde Morgan re-
from the same place earlier
wok.-


S J. C. Keller, who has been
city since the latter part of
-Vwek engaged in packing house-
i~t-gds for shipment to Miami,
iTmeaday afternoon on her re-
a to that city.


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"FoB RENT Foe SEAsoN--House
orth Beach street; all mod-
W conveniences; between Schmidt's
sAl and Prince Georne Hotel.


*Let quote you prices on
watches. We are lower than else-
where. Our stock is complete and
we are ready for fall trade.
Geo. I. Clark, Jeweler.
Dr F. H. Houghton's return has
been delayed by the serious illness
of a brother at Williamstown, Mass.
George Hooper opened his barber
shop this week, on Beach street,


sharing quarters with the R. L.I
Smith real estate agency
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Gardner re-
turned last Saturday from Fargo,
N. D., and are occupying their home
on South Ridgewood avenue. I
Messrs. Hilyard and Holroyd,
owners and proprietors of the Prince
George, arrived Tuesday night, ac-
companied by their families, from
Asbury Park, N. J., where they con.
duct The Bristol during the sum-
mer.
New line of pipes just received
at Young's Pharmacy.
Street Commissioner Humpreys
has the sprinkling cart out to keep
down the dust and preserve the re-
pair work recently done on Beach
street and other avenues. A good
rain would materally assist in this
cause.
L. M. Waite, proprietor of The
Despland, arrived Sunday, accom-
panied by his family, from Narra-
gansett Pier, R. I., where Mr. Waite a


conducts a summer hotel. Mr.
Waite's father, L. J. Waite, will be
down later.
tCall at Our Store for celery,
beets, carrots, parsnips, cranberries.
H. Y. Williams, F. E. C. Ry. sec-
tion forman, has recently put the
railroad right-of-way and grounds
within the city limits in most excel-
lent condition. The weeds and
grass about the depot have been
mowed and things generally given a
well kept appearance.
Charlie Lockwood returned Mon-
day from Cleveland, Ohio, having
been with Major A. B. Foster during
the summer, on an automobile tour
from Cleveland eastward including
a trip through the Berkshire Hills
and the Green Mountains, return-
ing to Cleveland by the way of
Niagara.


GOOD TIME
to be looking around for your I
Christmas Presents while it's;
quiet We are receiving new
goods every day.
WALLACE'S
Curio's, Souvenirs, and Jewelry.
Miss May Milburn was a Daytona1
visitor Tuesday from Port Orange. A
Miss Margaret Wood returned
home Tuesday from a month's out-
ing at Jacksonville, Fernandina and
other points.
Mr. and Mrs. Gomez Pacetti came
Sup from Ponce Park yesterday for a
few days' visit with Mr. and Mrs.
James Kincaid.
*Just received, a beautiful line of
ladies' gents' and children's sweaters
at attractive prices. The Bee Hive. A
Mr. and Mrs E. Van Van Orsdall,
of Elmira, N. Y., arrived Thursday
afternoon and are occupying their
winter home on Cedar street.
Contractor Jabob Espedahl has a
force of men at work making quite
an addition to Alderman Simon
Heyman's residence on Orange
avenue.
Rev. H. G. Porter on his return
from Jacksonville visited Crescent f
City, St.Johns Park, Palatka and
Bunnell and did not reach home


until Tuesday.
Mrs. C. H. Abhott's position in
the public iibrary will not prevent
her giving private instruction as in
past seasons and she will begin her
classes next month.


*A number of fine peninsula
homes for rent. A few good board-
ing house propositions. Choice
properties for sale. Charles F. Burg-
man, real estate, Seabreeze, Fla.
L. E. MeCorkle was summoned to
DeLand fur jury duty this week,
but returned Tuesday afternoon, a
jury having been empaneled and
court adjourned until later in the
week.
Mrs. Geo. F. Smith, who has been
North all summer, joined Mr. Smith
here Tuesday, coming by way of
Birmingham, Ala., where she
stopped for a few days with her
son, Claude S. Smith, and family.
Mrs. Annie M. Barker, of Daytona
Beach, was in this city Wednesday


*Special prices on fancy rockers on her way to Ormond to visit for a
and other chairs at the week or more with her daughter,
Halifax Furniture Co. Mrs. Wm. Freeman, who was ex-
L. W. Litle, of Flint, Mich., rep- ected to reach home from the North
representing the Horton-Cato Man- that day.
ufacturing Co., of Detroit, came in John Messing filled Fred Stones'
last week and is stopping at place in the Bond Lumber yard last
Schmidt's Hotel. Mr. Litle usually Monday, while Mr Stones was in
stops here about six weeks, making DeLaiwl, where he hqd been called
side trips from here. He is an ar-nury du H was fortunately
dent fisherman and is usually pretty r ilease4 by the adjournment of
successful. i qourt and returned home Monday
The Mills Transfer Company night,
transported a carload of ornamental M r. anl Mrs. C. E. Gardiner have
plants, ferns, palms, etc., from the appearance of their
F, E. 'C. Ry depot Monday to the improved the appearance of thfir
F. E. C. Ry, depot Monday to the frontage on North Beach street by
Snider bungalows in the southern the shell mound in
part of the city, where they are to trading there resiene nd it
be used in decorating the grounds. planting of towers and ornamental
They were forwarded from plobor
They were forwarded froSm l. shrubs in the package next to the
Sound by F. Shultz. river.
river.
'For Sale-Piano, ruggets, kitch-
en cabinet and other furniture. Mrs. I. C. Canova and daughter,
SPalmetto House, So. B h St. Miss Aline, came over from Palatka
Palmetto House, So. Beach St. I
the latter part of last week for a
E. L. Shear, proprietor of the visit with Mr and Mrs. A. P. Jones
Daytona Steam Laundry, believes in ;on Volusia avenue. Mr. Canova
having everything of the best. He joined them Saturday and remained
will soon install more modern shirt here until Monday afternoon, when
and collar machines to take the he returned to Palatka.
place of the ones now in use. The
II. E. Burdick was released from
new machines are expected to arrive .
about the first of next month. jury duty last week because of ill-
ness and the case held over until
*A number of fine peninsula Thursday of this week was again
homes for rent. A few good board- tponed owing to the illness of
ing house propositions. Choice.
properties for sale. Charles F. Burg- e ro l
man, real estate, Seabreeze, Fla. j frum Laud Monday and made
'the trtp there 1aain Thursday.
The W. I. .ardiner art store
wa found t have been entered II. A. Perkis and his father, Dr.
some time during the past enontb, 4. J. Perkins, ave amusing them-
probably by mischevious boys, who elvea in their spare time by work-
had badly disarranged and damaged ing on the hull of a good sized boat,
some of the goods. Mr. Gardiner the keel of which the laid some
does not know just how much or time smcei at their hle o, North
how little is missing, but Marshal Ridgwood avenue. The craft is ten
Myers has some clues as to the per- foot beam by fifty feet in length.
petrators and they may yet be C.I M. Sheppard is making
brought to punishment. some noticeable alterations and im-
FIR.--."It is better to have in- provements in his grocery and meat
surance and not need it, than to market on North Beach street. The
need insurance and not have it." meat department will in the future
Call at Col. Shaffuer's Insurance -ow.niv the extreme rear of the


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AUTUMN OPENING


M. Ella DeVoy


The Millinery showing

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A cordial invitation is extended to

all. We take pleasure in waiting upon

you whether you wish to buy or not.


M. ELLA DE VOY & CO.


*ilOui*eiNiIemureOemeoOuoemeuemse.eueagagguelu a.age.e.el
Mr. and Mrs. H1. Eugene Johnson Mrs. J. P. Morgan joined her huns
were St. Augustine visitors last hand iu this city Wednesday coming
Sunday. here from Montgomery, Ala., where
Dr. W. E. French was an Oak she had been visiting with relatives.
Hill visit: Tuesday, returning iMr. Morgan, who arrived recently,
Wednesday. will assist B. P. Smith this winter.
J. 0. Klock arrived Monday from The autumn opening of the M.
Harrisville, N. Y., and is visiting Ella DeVoy & Co. millinery was
with his son, Dr. G. A. Klock and continued this week as will be seen
family. by their advertisement elsewhere
Sin this issue. If you have not seen
Mrs. J. E. Rush, of Ocala, arrived their attractive display of new mil-
in the city Tuesday evening and is
visiting her mother, Mrs. L. .i linery, call at their store today.
visiting her mother, Mrs. L. T.
Mulkey. Mrs. M. E. Silvernail returned
last Saturday from an extended trip
Garth B. Young was a Jackn- North during the summer. Mrs.
ville and Gainesville visitor from Silvernail went from Tallahase to
Sunday until Tuesday on a combined il ail ent from Taish e to
business and pleasure trip. St. Louis and after visiting Denver,
business and pleasure trip. ,
Chicago and other points in tie
Henry T. Titus returned Tues- west and central north, journey d
day night from Chattanooga, Tenn., east and returned to Daytona from
accompanied by his brother, whose New York.
illness called him to Chattanooga M. ,
MI Mr. and Mrs. Edward Russell, a
last weekbridal couple from Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Preparations are now being made who were with relatives at Seabreeze
for the removal about November 1st for several days, spent Tuesday in
of the Crystal Theatre from its this city as the guests of Captain
present location to the lodgers and Mrs. L. E. Ellenwood on Bay
building next adjoining on the street. The bride and Mrs. Ellen-
north. wood were formerly friends and
Mrs. J. J. RyiEan, oI Palmn Beach, neighbors in Brooklyn.
was tle gtest of Mr. and Mrs VW. lon. George H. Munroe arrived
C. SuAi;h Wednesday and Thursday. Tuesday night from Joliet, Ill., ac-
stopping over here on their way c ompanied by Mrs. Munroe and her
hone from a sojourn in the mumn-1 mother and sister, Mrs. Jane C.
tains of Georgia. Weeks and Mrs. Rosanna E. Still-
Mrs. Mabtl G. Stych and Miss man. They also brought with them
Evelyn H. Harvey went to Orlando their maid, Miss Mabel Johnson,
Thursday afternoon to attend the and their chauffeur, John Sheville,
SeveLth Day Adventist camp meet- wife and two daughters. Fuller
ing just opened at that place Mr. Munroe is at school at Stamford, Ct.
Harvey will join them next week. |*WArNTEo-For the season, a well-
E. D. W. Rose and family are furnished cottage of not less than
again occupying their home at the eight rooms. Must have good fur-
corner of Magnolia and Palmetto uace. In writing give size of rooms,
avenues, having returned Tuesday and particulars about furnishing
night. They spent most of the and send photographs which will
summer in the Berkshire Hills and be returned in case the cottage is
found it exceedingly cool, a frost curring on the Fourth of July. L. B. FIELD, 804 Main St., Jack-
Si un, Michigan.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Birchwood ar-
rived Wednesday afternoon, coming A !a'a Sclhant4, arrived Wednes-
from Chicago where they spent day from Dayton, Ohio, accompanied
the summer with their son and b Stephen Mayer, proprietor of the
family. Mr. Birchwood assisted l oibrau, a popular rathskeller, at
-his son lhis smmner in his rapidly Dayton. Messrs. Schantz and Mayer,
,growing business and says he never who are guests of Sh&nidt's Hotel,
elt better in his life although he made a filh ng trip down the river,
worked hard and put \n long hours Thuraday, the day after their arrival,
and enjoyed a good days' sport, al-
E. J. Mills, not k, be outdone by though there was somewhat too
.other places an North Beach street, much wind. They caught a num-
contrived a very attractive revolving ter of fine trout and sailors' choice.
sign, containing the word "Eat" in
gilt letters on a black background; Card of Thanks.
and has it spinning, when the windJ
and ha pinning when t wi Our sincere thanks to all who s
blows, in front of cafe. \\ I. iH kindly offered their services and as-
Wright is responsible for the letttr- iisteI in our recent sad berntvement.
ing. MI. and MH'.. P.ikt.s.,,\,
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Mr. andl Mrs. Wmn. loxby anl'
Mrs. Hoxhy's daughter, Miss K1-velyn Notice-.
[Havnes, returned Thursday anl d (hurch will open his new
joined Mrs. C. H. Abbott ;at 1*,ej
oe t t. ,, drug .store Wednesday, Oct. "2th.
home on Bay street. Atr. qadi .11s.
hRoby came by the night trai :l cordially invites the public to
Ro.b came by pl ndigt te i\. ,';al! and inspect his complete line of
iss Ev pr ded them fr. drs. teLt medicines, toilet ar-


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Complete Gas Plants Istalled.

Plumbing and Heating Spies

Brass and Galv. Pipe and Fittimgs.


Fairbanks & Morse Engines & Pumps.

Niagara Hydraulic Rams.

Ireland Pipe Wrenches.


JOE OSNIE Li


Phone 96.


11 Orange Avemne.


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NMESS AND


X. L. bTXWART
Physician and Surgeon
Special attention to diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Throat and Noee. Office
and residence, Magnolia vene, 3rd
door vest of P. 0., telephone 82.
Offe boar 9 a. m. to p. m.

G. A. KLOCK
Physician and Surgeon
Associated with R.O. Oooley, M. D.
special attention given to diseawss o
the Eye, Eye, Nose and Throat. Ofice
hours 7 to 9 a. u, I to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m.
DAYTONA, FLA.
M. JOSIE ROGERS, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician
No. 453 North Beach Street.
Office Hours, 13230 to 2:30 and 6-00
to 7:0.
Telephone No. 122.

ROY HOWE.. MD.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office and residence: 123 So. Ridge-
wood Avenue, opp Ridgewood Ho-
tel Phone 175. Office hours: 9 to
11 a. m., 2 to 4 and 6:30 to 8 p. m.

S. H. GOVE
Architect Builder and
Contractor
Residence and office, northeast cor-
ner Ridgewood and Volhal&ave.
Phone 89. Dytona, Fla

Dr. Rnsamam's
HOSPITAL and SANITARIUM. I
Fbm Ave.. Dayse. Pe..
Twr.uty-sx large. airy rooms, newly
furnished and fitted throughout with all
hospital conveniences. Thoroughly eq-
uippd opetng roomon second floor.
For terms address
C. C. BOHANNON, M. D.
Phome i8s. DAYTONA. FLORIDA.


fitzgerald & Oates
Attorneys at Law
Special Atttion to a-n.-ir and
Pefectin Land titles.
Conrad Block, DAYTONA. FLA.
Csrv D. L adl Bert Flh4
LANDIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
Pretteing in o 6tat ad Federal
Oourt. Ctlor Crtimnal baee gTv-
moarelm attention. pecMal cltUtt
for inrvtU~ gtna ld per ecing tite.

TITLES INSURED
Volaa County Abstract, Investment
and Title TIwirtee Company.
Abt ets futrshed and titles perect-
ed. MM. PI ug d "Blue Prnts mp-
l& BetFtekP:Ou:Care D. L-dit,
see. aTres Oppodt V s o.
BD. D. & C. M. OG S

D. D. & C. M. ROGERS


Civil Engineers
DAYTONA FLA.


Daytona Office Fetblibed 1875

Daytona Private Hos-
pital and Sanita-ium
Every facility fortheproper treatment
ad eare of medical and sargitl caae..
Eleetral app s traded nurses
qui et .urroundtags. ea attention
a esto all patt. as on appli-
cation. No B.eac bst. DaytoBa.
Dr. O. A KLOCK
Physician in Charge.

C. L MI5 I. I.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office in Atwood block, up stairs.


Daytoa, Florida.


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

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The Modern THE RIDDLE OF SLEEP

Seven Wonderstey ht the Mind of Mn
-) A Mystery That the Mind of Man


Dayte Irmrrlu Ocm .aBeach.
One of Daytona crowning glories is
her incomparable beach. No one who
ever set foot upon its smooth, packed
sands; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever
drove a prancing pair of horses and list-
ened to the popping of their steel shoes
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one
who ever steered a high-power automo
bile down the broad stretch of wave-
washed and surf-packed sand but real-
ized that it is a world-beater, a world-
wonder. Go stand upon this wide
speedway and see the happy souls flit
by in joyous mood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven modern
wonders.
The Pidd. Peuacid MtHax River.
Where think you is water with more
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta-
tion artistic cottages with roomy ve-
randa's looking out upon her bosom,
gamey food fishes in countless numbers
beckoning, as it were, to those with. rod
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
which sit about as if for the sport of
bobbing upon her waves; watch that
lubberly old white headed pelican powsh
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk strug-
gling upward with his floundering load
he snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick and
span, their hampers and lockers bulging
with refreshments both solid andl liquid,
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful
surface. Take out your field glass and
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to
Ponce Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
the modern wonders.
The Pmhebwthiy Pictumqe Ridgewood.
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
and the wide-spreading branches of the
heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their
giant arms across this magnificent vista,
forming an arch, and from these extend-
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
fan them. Looking straight ahead down
this white shell street one has the im-
pression of a fairy path with elfish dra-
peries, but as you move along and cast
an eye first to the right and then to the
left you see diatingnished cottage homes
in the most delightful settings.
8arpsslg Beauty ot Our Cattae Homes.


No one of Daytona s attractions, per-
haps, commands more nearly universal
attention and praise than does the artis-
tic cottage. The owners of these charm-
ing villas hail from every corner of the
country and they bring their own archi-
tectural plans and build upon them,and
as the architecture of one section of the
country differs from the architecture of
another so do our homes differ in out-
ward appearance and structural beauty
from one another. There are no monoto-
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings
but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps
the mind wondering "What'next?"
Streets ad Paveets the Most ad Best.
Why the Architect of the Universe
those to give to Daytona the most ad-
mirable, the most picturesque natural
setting of all the cities of the South is
not revealed but that such is a fact
must be apparent to the most superficial
observer. With such lavish wealth of
natural beauty it became an easy thing
for the hand of man to give the little
finishing touches which have brought
out the colors and outlines of the big
picture.
Man did all this in the laying out of
the streets with their wide margins of
parkage, the entire city becomes a
great park
And as for pavements, pavements
that look and act like granite,-where
else between the eastern and western
seas are so many miles in proportion to
inhabitants? Till some unheard-of
place reports more and better, Daytona
throws down the gauntlet to the world.
Squirrels. Flowers. Birds and Fruits.
Whatever one's hortcomings and

however indifferent or eve. callous one
may be to many things, the mere men-
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds and
ruits" will send a thrill that is reflected
in distended pupils and pricked ears.
For every visitor with a spare "goo-
ber" there is a bunny ready to come out
and accept your gift. lie will sit bolt
upright and gnaw into the meat, casting
furtive, saucy glances at you meanwhile.
Flowers! Usually fresh and blooming
the year 'round. In one yard roses of
variegated hues predominate, another
has a penchant for the poinsettia and
the premises are afsime; another is hid-
den in a jungle of tall cane.
The birds flit in, and with their joyous
notes help to give fullness and symme-
try to the picture.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, Day-
tona yields the palm to none for quality
and quantity per acre. There are scores
of citrus groves in proximity to the city,
branches bending to the earth with their
burdens of luscious golden globes.
The Fatest Autos And The Finest Out.


Is Unable to Penetrate.


THE CAVERN OF MORPHEUS.

It Is Pitch Black as Far as Human
Understanding Goes, For We Know
.. ..6 P1__ 1"-9%- L .-.


liefs or our hopes or our faiths? Would
it dictaate onm. atiin t) 'ur passionate
lives? There woul lie no change In
huian :nature :ind no l reforsrll of the
world. We are Ih-ie children of our fa-
thers. and our children will tread the
prehistoric paths. IDrealnis are our life.
whether we wake or sleep. We drowse
through existence. awaking mall lylng
and heing rehorln d:iily. ever toIrlescent
and una mazed. :and our thousand slunm-
berouls deaths we c:ill restorative sleep
-sleep thl:i restores our physical be-
Ing. building up whoeret we have torn
down. recreating tlwhat we destroy.
Bllack--lpi-li It hi-k. iinlch.d- is the
cavern of M.orlhsils. lfFaith peoples it I
with varied le-ions aiiid builds Il I
chaos intlo in ri':il fi'norms. Nightly we !
enter it :ind dr:in ilt I.eihL:i an air and
forget. and d:iily we rlnurni with re-
jolehluns, i:bhlilni, of dloreamiis th:tt were
not drea:nlcd. :ain tinally w-e better for I
the last tinia :intl dr:tiil soniewhliat
m orepm et-ouilr- i li. ...tL....I ..f .. -.s.I. .t I


-Legal Notices
Legal Notices
USUSS


First pub. Oct. 2; last pub. Dec. I1.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice Is hereby given that the under-
Asgned have been appointed by the County
Judge of Volusia County, Florida, execu-
tor-s of the estate of Edward White. late
d-ceas d, of said county, and have duly
qualified as such executors.
All creditors, legatees, distributes, and
all persons having claims or demands
against said estate, are hereby notified to
present the same, duly authenticated, to
the undersigned within the time prescribed
\y law. or the sme will be forever htrred.
(CAT'LERIaNE M. WHITE,
HAROLD E. WHITE
Executors,
221 Park avenue, Plainfield, New Jersy.
(c-tol r 13. 19119.
NELSON and WILLIAM N. RUnYON.
Attorneys.


FROM NOW UNTIL I


the FIRST OF DECEMBER


WE ARE MAKING AN UNUSUAL

and at the Same Time ATTRACTIVE



Subscription Offer....


No More About It Than We uo About
Its Twin Mystery. Death.
When all is written, how little we
now of sleepl! It is a closing of the
yes, a disappearance. a wondering re-
urn. In uneasy slumber. in dreamless
ead rest. in horrid nightmare or in
cstasies of somlnolent fancies the eyes
re blinded. thle body is abandoned.
while the inner essence is we know not
where. We have no other knowledge
A sleep tIllha we have of death. In de-
iriuml or (inal:i or traince. no less than
i ntorn'il sleep :!and in dissolution, the
oul is `L'con. IIn these it returns, ill
liat it does nlt .lcome againi. or so we
ignorant ly think.
Yet when I r-rt.let ion my death I for-
'et that I Ii:iv, encountered it many
inles ahlre:imly :and find myself none
he worse. I forget that I sleep. The
ly has !i- shollrter existence than
nan's. We lustle about for a few
ears witl r ldit-rous importance. as
hottleflies buzz at the window panes.
Ihey. too, lmay imagine themselves of
infinite moment in this universe we
hare with them. But thigh is to take
0o account of tihe prognostics of sleep.
There is something hidden. something
secret. s e unath liedi mystery
whose presence we feel. but cannot
verify; some permeative thought in-
sistently imovillng in our hearts, some
hosphorescene that glows we know
not whence through our shadowy at-
>ms.
Neither sleep itself nor half its prom-
ses nor mysteries have been plumbed.
It is the mother of superstitions and
of miracles. In dreams we may search
the surface powers of the freed soul.
Visions in tlhe night are not all hallu-
cinations: voices in the night are not
all mocking. There is a prophet dwells
within the mind- not of the mind, but
deeper throned in obscurity.
The brain cannot know of this holy
presence nor of its life in sleep. The
brain is mortal and untrustworthy. a
phonograplh anid a camera for audible
and palpable existence. Strike it a
blow in childlhotod s that it ceases its
labors and aw:ake it by surgery after
forty years ;:IId It will repeat the ln-
fantile action or word it last recorded
and will take up its task on the in-
stant. making no account of the inter-
mediate years. They are nonexistent
to It. Yet to, that liidthile memory those
dlisealsed yars :irc' Ioat hnblank. It knows,
It has recorded. though the brain has
slept.' And in hypnotic or psychic
trance. \when lh:il wonderful ruler is
released from the prison of thle bdy, it
can speak through the atomil blent ma-
chinery of ihe tlhsh :iand tell of things
nman himself c4uld not know because
of his paralyzed brain. This ruler is
not asleep in sleep, nor in delirium Is
It delirious. and In death is it dead?
Through all tile aiess it has been our
sphinx. which we have Interrogated in
vain. It joins not in our laughter nor
our tears. We have fancied it with Im-
mobile. brooding features of utmost
knowledge and wisdom sanid sorrow. It
has asked us blit tone question. nor
from the day of hOedipus unto today
have we answered rightly, so that we
die of our ignranuee It is Osiris liv-
ing in us. It is tlihe unknowil God to
whom we erect our altars, the tire il
the talerna-le, the presence behind the
veil. Not iln ntornl:l wakeftuluess at
least will it answer our queries, but in
sleep sometimlles it will speak. And It
may possibly ie that at last, after all
these centuries, we are learning how
to question it allnd in hypnotic trance
and in the fearful law of suggestion
are disc.-ovrhin: somewhat of its mys-
tery anlid how toi enplllhy it for our
worldly good. Yet to its essential se-
Cret we arc, noI4 closer than our fore-
fathers were.
We may detfine dreams and night-
mare, comllla liand swoonil and trance
with what termsli we will, search their
physical rleasonis ;ind learn lto guide
and gai:rd. yet we know no more of
them than of tl'Ictrlc-ity. We may be-
gin to suspect that telep:athy anti clair.
voyance anlld ullt forties (if the soul
are not sulpt-rstitious fanllc-it's, and we
may even elnpirically classify and
study and direct them. Yet the soul
itself Is lo Inearer our nquluisition.
Thougll we should know of its real-
ity, though our finite minds should
fathom lthe ilntiniitude. of what benefit
would it lie? Would it nitdify our lie-


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will commence publication, as usual, on

Dec. I and terminate April 1.

THE DAILY NEWS the coming season

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UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATION


Notice of Appalati fr Tax Deed Under
sectin 8 of Chpter 4888. Laws
of Florild.
Notice is hereby given that Otto R. Kircl-
off. purchaser of Tax Oertificate No. Io.
dated the 3rd day of June, A. I)., lTFi, hai
flehd said certificate in my office, and hat.
auud application for tax deed to issue in
accordance with law. Maid certitfcate em-
bracns the following described property sit-
unted In Volusia county, Florida. to-wit:
Lot Assessor's sub division of Dutpont
Grant. section IT. Town l1. Mouth Range :30
eawst. The said hlnd being assessed at the
date of the issuance of such certificate inl
the n attuof(. F. Burney. UnlTsa said t-er-
ttllfieite hall Iw redltoneied strcording to law.
tax ld t- will issue thereon on the 19th dlay
of Oc:olier, A. ia.. 1>9.
Witness iln otilcial signature and s.nl
this the ITth day of September. A. i.. 1MO.
l.AlI.1 H"AM'L. n.JOKRI'AN.
('l.-rk circuitt Court Volusla Counlty. Fla.
By R. Pt. HAXLIN. Ifk-puty Clerk.

tFirst pub. Oct.. : i9.1
Administrator's Notice.
In Volu:-i: ('oun:y, Florida..
In th!e mntto-rof thet state of Klins M.
V'hllll;. dcl f'slts i.
Notice is hr-n-'iy given to all creditors.
legnt ,-s.and all p-rsons having anly de-
nlaim-Ii. niitnst tit- -state of lias M. Vial
Ing. d c-an.ed, to prese-.nt the saime to th,.
underh.ign-td within the time pren-scrioewd I..
liw.o: the srane will b- Inrred.
JAMKEi P. VINING,
Administrator.
iat. d--Ormond, Fla., Oct. Is. Il9m.

Notice of Final Discharge.
Nottie is hereby given that six months
after date, to-wit: on the !th day of Nov-
ember. 19a, or as soon thereafter as I can te
heard. I will make my final returns as exe-
cutorofthe Last Will and Testament of
orin H. Payne, deceased, to the County
Judge of Volusla County, Florida, and ask
that the sante lie allowed and approved, and
that a final discharge be egranttd me as such
Adinitlstrattor with the Will Annexed.
May W. M. SHAFFNER,
Administrator with Will Annexed.

Notice of Final Discharge.
Noti-e is hereby given that the undersign-
ed Administrator with the will annexed of
the estat of Gce A. Wardwell will on the
Istdat of January 1910, present his final
account as such administrator with the
will annexed to the Honorable County
Judge of Volusia County, Florida. at hIs
office in leLa*nd., la., together with his
vouchers, and ask that the same be allowed
and that lie Iw discharged.
This.luly 6th. 1 h.
SJREMY B. WARWMEI.L.
Administrator with will annexed.

( First pub. July 17; last pub. IDe. In.)
Notice of Application for Final
Discharge.
Notice is hereby given that six months
after d tte, or as soon thereafter as I can lte
heard. I will present my final returns as ad-
ministrator with will annexed of the estate
of R. ('ownan. to the County Judge of Vo-
lushl County. Florida, and ask for my final
discharge.
W. W. SHAFFKR.
Administrator with Will Annexe-d.
Da1t,.l July 15. low.


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FISH CAUGHT, CLEANED
AND CANNED.
VF YOU HAVE EVER CAMPED BY A STREAM AwD K23
DELICIOUS TASTE OF A SALMON FRESH FROM DtUi
TO THE PAN, AND HOT FROM THE PAN TO THE TLAM
WILL, UNDERSTAND WHY PEOPLE WHO ONCE TASTE Ti

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OF CANNED SALMON LIKE I
PRAISE IT AND WILL TAKE O V
THESE FISH ARE CT WJ "
CANNED RIGHT WHERE TETI,
CAUGHT. THEIR DELICATE FLUM
NOT DESTROYED BY HANDLBING
IS ING OR SHIPPING, BUT IS SEAL
ftLtWITH THEM IN THE CAN LAND
THERE UNTL EATEN.


"ROYAL SCARLET" SALMON
IS A REVELATION TO FISH LOVERS-YOU WILL FIND THE F
ALL THAT IT COULD BE IF YOU CAUGHT THE FISH YOUMM

THE "ROYAL SCARLET" CLAM CHOWDER
AND FANCY LOBSTER
WILL BE FOUND TO POSSESS JUST THE FLAVOR THAT 4
CLAM CHOWDER AND FRESH LOBSTER OUGHT TO HAIV


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L. G. LYMAN.


J. B. CONRAD
Vice-pr".


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MERCHANTS BANK
(KRANC'I ()O VOLUVIA COUNTY BANK)
Capital Stock............................................( 50,000 .
Surplus antd Profits ...............................55,165 J.
Fo,:r per cent'interest pai( on Savings accounts and Time Cee
tificates of Depwit. No notice required for withdrawals.

Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.


FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAl


LOCAL TIME CARD No. 79.


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operated on trains 2 sIliRs
tween Jacksonvt lle lau :

Pullman Buffet Sieie
iween New York and K1
Key over the Altlanet Coat L
north of Jacksonville Ish--m -
on trains a and 8.


*Sqnday,'C. Ti'~lc,~imo am:,~ .l: i ...a~i- ,'Craz'ai-atkvc~ 'met.
tTuewday-, Thmr'"IlVS Un'14 -Jtrslavs *is l'aruma-e- from Kev West.
:Mondatv, V. e'iiie-.siay. anl ll t lllav- arrival~ a a.l tieqiarturs at Havan.
PAi AIKA BRANCH


Fall SeedCatalog
now ready, gives the fest
information about all
Seeds for the

Farm and Garden,
Grasses and Clovers,
Vetches, AlFHal
Seed Whet Oats
Rye, Barley. etc.
Aeo tels all about

Vegetable & Flower Seeds
that can be planted in the fail to
advantage and profit, and about
Hyacinths, Tulps and other
Flowrin Bubs, Voeetablo and
Strawberry Plants, Poultry
&spples and FertaziwsT.
vory Warmer mad Gardener shooM
have tis catalog. Its Invaluable in
its helpfilness an4 sugestlive ies or
a protia eo and satisfactory rm pr
Garden. Catal wd tfr pn
reutmt. Wr:itfor it.

T. W. WOOD & SOIS,
SSeedsmen. Richmond, Va. C


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