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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
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: October 30, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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SWEATERS JUST RECEIVED


*Our new stock of Ladies' and Children's Sweaters is now open
ai display. Owing to labor conditions in the knit goods in-
.y and the advance of yarns, prices have jumped from $150 to
n a dozen, but all our sweaters were purchased previous to this
adwe ardenabled to maintain our low prices of previous
long as the present lot lasts. We would advise not to
.,but make your selection at once, before we are sold out.


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PEARL GRIT


TIFICIAL STONE COMPANY


Corner Pine and Earl Streets

SEABREEZE, FLORIDA


Makes the Best Pressed Cement


Brick in the Market.


Price: $8.00 per 1000 -at the Yard.


BGARISON I


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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abiMnet MaKer. Wood Worker.
Picture Frames, Door and Window Screens made to order.
Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.


R. D. TAYLOR, Electrical Contractor
House Wiring a Specialty.
Slein Electrical Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shades, *
ihm.s No. 8 Orange avenue; DAYTONA, FLA.
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SCemnent in StcUk. Milwy and Orange Avenne


LIL-Boqd Mill, Atlantic Cost Line Ry.. 100 miles south of Jackseonvlle.
Kalamaso, on Sanford Branch cl the F. E. C. .y.


R. J. MALBY, Manager.


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WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING
ma a Galvanised Iron Tank, a new Tiu Roof, a Hot Air Furnace,
of the other metal necessities required to complete a modern
Bag, remember that

C. NASH &t SON
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Pt prepared to give prompt and reliable service at lair p~ice
General repair shop on Vol Aia 4Ajjiv net to the Armory. Z
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Daytona, llorida, October 3U, 19U0.


BY AUTOMOILE I OM


A NEW JAIL BUllmI


NEW YON TO I CLEIE. FOR VOLISlA C NTT.

The Long Journey Made by (eo. Building Will Be Two Stories in
M. Huston, Wife and Son Height and Up-to-Date in
in a Stears Car. Every Respect.
Geo. M. Houston, accompanied by The Board of County Commis-
his wife and son, arirved in Day-! sioners held a special meeting at
tona last Saturday evening in a De Land Thursday afternoon
Stearns (10 horsepower automobile, of last week to receive the bids and
having come overland from New award the contract for the construc-
York. tion of a new jail and sheriff's resi-
Mr. Houston is a regular winter dence, and after considerable dis-
resident at Rockledge, this being cussion the contract was awarded to
his eighteenth annual visit. For the Pauly Jail Company, of St.
the past five years he has made the' Louis, Mo. Their bid was $2.100
trip by automobile, returning in the less $700, which they allow for
spring the same way. The party the cells from the old jail.
stopped at Schmidt's Hotel over The new jail will be erected on
night continuing on their way Sun- S ew York avenue, directly opposite


day morning.
The route taken from New York
is almost identical to that selected
for the Atlanta Journal-New York
Herald auto run. with the exception
that instead of going through At-
lanta the auto left the route at Com-
merce, Ga., and came from there on
to Macon. Mr. Houston says the
roads are a hundred times better
along this route and that it cuts
several miles off the distance. Mr.
Houston recommends this route as
the best between the eastern states
and Florida and in view of the fact
that there will be many hundred
autos to make the trip later in the
year it will prove valuable informa-
tion.
Mr. Houston is one of the most


the rear of the durt h
and will be very co/enient.
plans call for a bui ing 68x4
two stories with ement and ;
It will be heated ith hot air
have electric lights and hot
cold water connections. The
will be in the rear and the
will be the sheriff's residence,


house,
The
feet,
attic.
and
and
jail
front
with


attractive front. There will be
special cells for white and colored
prisoners also two special cells for
white female prisoners.
The Southern Steel Construction
Company also made a bid, but would
not agree to handle county warrants
and the contract was awarded to the
Pauly Company on this account.
The building will be constructed
of No. 1 Macon fire-burnt brick with


extensive auto travelers in America, a roof of asbestos shingles.


having gone over 250,000 miles in
the last five years through every
state but three in the United States
in his auto.
The elapsed time since the party
left New York is two weeks anJ one
day, but the actual running time is
only twelve days, a magnificent
record, and showing that the roads
must necessarily be in good condi-
tion. The autoists never made an
attempt for a speed record, as they
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The California Bungalows.
The California bungalows recently
erected by Contractor S. H. Gove
for T. A. Snider, of Cincinnati, and
now being advertised for sale, are
certainly most attractive in appear-
ance and convenient in every par-
ticular. While in the conveniences
of light, heat, etc., and th-- arrange-
ment for comfort they are all similar
yet they differ one from the other


were in no urry an waneu o .
., ruL ...W in their outward appearance and
view the magnificent scenery along in ter otard aea rac a
Si internal arrangement so radically
the route. .
i that almost any taste may bie suited.
MM lll IIQI H ET Foreman R. R. Posten recently
ILURIAL VULUEl IU ITIE conducted a Gazette-News' rere-
AT aI I tentative through the several buaga-
L EL LO S I LILLI lows and he found them models of
It It 'comfort and convenience in every
s N C o respect and the inside finish equally
Contains Newspaper Clipping on .
enticing as the picturesque exter-
Life and Death of Former ior of the buildings.
Daytona Resident. They should form a most inviting
n te d e of t l D. A. location for a group of congenial
On the demise of the late D. A. .
Blodgett, of Grand Rapids and Day- ple to spend the winter season in
ton th fa, o.f te a community manner although en-
tona, thp family of thle deceased '
co m d the us tirely separate, if they choose.
commissioned the Burrtepe Press i
Clipping Bureau. i New York to. _
To Protect Plants From Frost,
compile a memorial volume as an T
historical reference. The yolume G. P. Neal returned from Ther-
was to contain all that the news- essa Tueday afternoon to which
papers printed concerning the lie' place he went Sunday to see his
aud career of the deheasad. brother and to arrange for taking
The memorial has been completed the agency for a plant protector to
and has just been delivered to the save terde, vegetation from frost,
family. Every newspaper in America He also has a patent mulch to be
that printed items concerning the used around strawberry plants.
deceased is represented, a promi- Both ar to he aale of heavy oiled
nent position being given to the:paper and seem to be ingenious
Gazette-Newa. 'contrivances. The plant protector,
The memorial is ten by tinlve Mr. Neal think, can be manufact-
inches in size, the leaves are of Irish ured and put on the market at a
linen paper with black border ad very small cost, probably not to ex-
the binding is of black seal, lettered ceed a cent apiece and the article
in gold. The work in its entirety intended to take the place of mulch
is looked upon as an historical about strawberry plants is a simple
record that should be preserved for affair but it will be of inestimale
all times. v i i p
value if it proves successful.,


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Stevens-Duryea.
te-.ews representative Phoe oe "i will call for vour clean
ack doors of the N i irg and pressing. O. S. Burnett.tf
ding ope. one day last'
P. W. E French show-
,mobile to an admiring / v

chine, of which Mr. Petey- '
ncy, as he will of num-. What were you told t" get
... in drug st &u., ods? You
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AHAR IElHAII wAIT

TO 1KW HEf I E WAS AT.

Thought He Ought to Succeed to
the Presidency of the
City Council.


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Will Be Run Night and Day
During the Publication
of the Daily News.
W. W. Poland, representing the
Merganthaler Linotype mpany,
was in Daytona Mondaf and the
Gazette-News placed anjbrder for a
machine, which will ve Nov. 15
and be in readiness % use on the
Daily News Dec. 1. During the
four months that the Daily News
will be published the linotype will


be operated night and day in order
to set sufficient matter to fill a
eight-page daily.
The publisher will leave ao stone
unturned to make the Daily News
the equal of any newspaper in Flor-
ida outside of the three large cities.
It will be a "country newspaper:
with city frills."
Most of the business men are sup-
porting the advertising columns
and if the support is sufficient a
daily anwspaper will be published
in Daytona that will be a credit to
a city of double its sise.
And nothing is as good a boost r
for a t'rwn as a live daily newspaper.
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List of Fresh Vegetables etc., for this time of .
the year:

Lettuce, Beets, Turnips and Mustard

Greens. Cranberries, Apples, .

Avocado Pears, Guavas,

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

The Conrad Grocery Company
SE.T.Conrad & o'. old stand.
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Alderman Heymann, the newly
elected member slid from his seat
Monday evening and thanked the
council for the high and mighty
honors conferred upon him by the
City Council in electing him a
member of the body-"an election,"
said he, "which I desired and asked
the council for." He wanted to
know if he succeeded to the office of
president--he thought maybe he
did because he succeeded S. H.
Gove, who was president at the time
of the latter's resignation. If he
wasn't president he wanted to know
of what committees he was a mem-
ber. As to the presidency, Presi-
dent Schmidt said nit, and told him
the council elected him (Schmidt)
president. Heymann gave a deser-
tation on parliamentary law, which
was closed by President Schmidt
telling the abbreviated alderman
that he ought to be thankful for an
election on the council.
The usual budget of bills was or-
dered paid.
City Health Officer Stewart sub-
mitted his monthly report showing
one birth and two deaths.
S. H. Gove was granted permis-
sion to lay a sewer to the river from
the property of T. H. White.
The Schantz plant was granted
permission to connect a water drain
with the city drain.
The question of the railroad com-
pany placing drains under its
track came up again and Mayor
Greene was requested to write the
officials of the company stating that
if the drains were not placed the
matter would be taken up with the
railroad commission. Should such
a course be necessary the city will
probably ask for crossing gates and
other things.
At this stage of the performance
Aldeiman Heymana talked on grass
and wanted all surplus hay cut.
The mayor talked back to him and
told him he was reading the wrong
ordinance on the subject.
Then the council dispersed until
the next regular meeting.


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FOR SALE

Ridgewood corner dwelling, fully fur-
nished, garage, good location. A bar-
gain 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, accident
or sickness. Automobile and Marine Insurance.


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THE DAYTONA GA.tI It--NEWS
PUBT.TSHED EVERY SATURDAY
T. E. ai-r URALD, Editor

THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY


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(INCORPORATED) SEABREEZE, Oct 27-The public
reading room which was opened last.
Entered at the Poetoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. wek. started off with a very encourag-
ing donation of books and magazines,
and noticeably nearly a complete set
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. of Alden's Encyclopedia, a gift from a
One opy one year $1.50 Daytona friend. Postmaster E F.
One opy six months........................ .75 Britton is raising money for a library
One copy three months ........ .40 table by popular subscription, and has


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1909


CIRCUIT COUBT TO CmVI

AT DEAI fi NOVNIEi TH


Two Rape Cases for Investigation
of Grand Jury at Fall Term
of the Circuit Court.
The fall term of the Circuit Court
for Volusia County will convene at
DeLand the 9th of next month with
Judge Minor S. Jones on the bench.
The continued case of Charlie
Warren, the Daytona colored boy
charged with murder, will be tried.
Two other negroes are now in jail
charged with rape and if true bills
are returned by the grand jury these
two cases will probably also be dis-
posed of. This will be all the crim-
inal cases to be considered during
the fall term:
The civil docket includes sixteen
cases which are already at issue.
Some of these are cases which have
been continued from year to year,
notably the first two on the docket.
It is hard to say how many of the
sixteen cases will be tried at the
coming term.
The cases appearing on the
docket are as follows:
E. E. Ropes vs. Eugene Vander-
pool (2 cases.)
J. L. Wilcox vs. Town of Daytona


Beach; assumpsit.
Burges & Haynes vs. Western
Union Telegraph Co.; action on
case.
A. S. Drundy vs. Daniel George;
suit on contract. This case was tried
at a previous term of court and car-
ziedto the Supreme Court on a writ
61 error, where the judgment was
reversed and tl.e case remanded.
El Dorado Jewelry Co. vs. D. T.
Straghn; assumpsit.
Carter Webster Co. vs. M. B.


Aultman; assumpsit.
C. C. Bohannon vs. Geo. J. Van-
de Vord; assumpsit.
Lena Norris vs. J. P. Turner, as
administrator.
- United Grocery Co. vs. Robert P.
Walters, executor.
- W. C. Cannons vs. A. C. L. Ry.;
assumpsit.
C. E.'Pasons vs. Elmer Oliver,
malicious prosecution.
C. E. Parsons vs. M. E. Hunt,


malicious prosecution.
J. M. Rawlings vs. F. E. C.


TAMA TINES' TgI


TRIP TO TOUCH DAYTONA.


Most Enthusiastic Road Meeting
Was Held at Tampa on
Tuesday Evening.
Perhaps the most enthusiastic
good-roads meeting over held in'
Florida took place at Tampa Tues-
day evening when the Tampa Auto-
mobile Club met to decide upon the
route for the touring trip or road
race to be conducted by the Tampa
Times, starting from that city Nov-
ember 4. Geo. W. Fisher, chair-
man of the Board of County Com-
missioners, of DeLand, and T. E
Fitzgerald, representing Daytona
and the Florida East Coast Automo-
bile Association were in attendance.
There were fully 200 present
from various cities, towns and ham-
lets along the two proposed routes,
each endeavoring to convince the
Tampa Club that the respective
routes were each to be preferred. A
compromise was finally arrived at
and the motorists will go one route,
returning the other.
The official routes adopted are as


follows:
Tampa to Jackeonville-Greer,
Dade City, Brooksville, Inverness,
Dunnelon, Ocala, Micanopy, Gaines-
ville, Starke, Jacksonville-245.4
miles.
Returning to Tampa-St. Augus-
tine, Ormond, Daytona, DeLand,
Sanford, Orlando, Kissimmee,
Loughman, Haines City, Winter
Haven, Bartow, Lakeland, Tampa
-297.5 miles.
Daytona will be a checking station
of the tour.
The proposed race has had a very
beneficial influence on the good-
roads movement, all of the counties
through which both routes pass
having been working on the roads
ever since the tour was proposed.
All the bridges between Daytona
and DeLand are being placed in
repair under the direction of County
Commissioners Bradshaw and Fish-
er. Commissioner Brooke is work-
ing on the bad spots of the road be-
tween Enterprise-and Osteen Ferry
St. Johns County is pinestrawing
all the bad places on the route,
while Osceola County is pinesraw-
ing temporarily but expects to have
the part of the route within the
county limits hard-surfaced by
Jan. 1. Orange County already
has a hard-surface road the full
length of its territory. With all
the improvements inaugurated for
the occasion of the coming tour, it
will hereafter be much easier to
make the trip from Jacksonville to
Tampa.
Tuesday Duval county voted
bonds of $ 1,00,000 to be used for
building hard-surface roads

John B. Baldwin, of Jacksonville,
arrived Sunday and will have charge
of the soda department at M. B.
Church's drug store. Mr. Baldwin
is an expert soda man and needs no
introduction to his many friends.
During the past summer hq has had
charge of the soda department of
Brittain's Hotel, Atlanta, Ga.


The Best Food for Workers.
The best food for those who work
with hand or brain Is never high
priced.
The beat example of this is found in
Quaer Oats It stands at the top


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trespass.
J. A. VanValzah vs. J. A. Bos-
trum, trespass on case.
J. A. Van Valzah vs. E. L How-
ard; assumpsit.

Were Wedded in St. Louis.
George N. Chamberlin, of Joliet,
Ill., arrived Monday afternoon with
his bride, who was Miss Isabel
Lacey, of St. Louis, and they are
at home in their pretty cottage, 11t;
Magnolia avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlin were
married last Saturday afternn at
4::'0 o'clock in St. Jamorial
pEpiscopal Church, St. Lou by the
Rector, Dr. Duckwork. e cere-
mony was quite private, only a few
of the bride's relatives being pre-
sent. After a delightful dinner
with friends at the Jefferson Hotel
Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlin departed
for this city.
Mr. Chamberlin has been making
Daytona his winter home for a
number of years and has a host of
friends here who will rejoice in his
new happiness and extend a cordial
welcome to the very charming lady
who is to share the future with him.


nearly enough funds on hand for the
purchase; in the meantime the reading
room has the use of one of his tables.
He also wrote to a number of good daily
and weekly newspapers, and hereafter
there will be a good supply of current
news for those whq patronize the read-
ing room.
Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Potter and little
daughter, Helen, are comfortably lo-
cated at the Princess Issena during their
stay of a week or ten days in Seabreeze.
Alfred Heath, the chauffeur, brought
Mrs. Potter down from Jacksonville in
their handsome new Pope-Hartford car
on Saturday. Little Miss Helen and
maid came down by rail. Dr. Potter is
having the furniture saved from the
Clarendon fire, which was placed in the
Wilmans opera house temporarily, re-
moved to the casino, and is having his
cottages, some of which have been leased
for the season, put in readiness for
winter occupants.
Mr. Farrell is scheduled to arrive from
the North next Tuesday, and will look
after the finer details in the completion
of his new residence on Halifax avenue.
He will be a guest of the Princess Issena
and a few weeks later Mrs. Farrell, her
mother and daughter, Miss Margaret,
will join him there, awaiting the fur-
nishing of the new home.
Col. and Mrs. T. F. Cordis arrived
from Long Meadow, Mass., last Friday,
and are receiving a cordial greeting
from their many friends.
Miss Grace A. Kellogg and friend,
Miss M. J. Scoville, of Syracuse, N. Y.,
who have been at Seminole Lodge for
the past four months, removed the latter
part of last week to one of the Hall flats
in Daytona.
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Rogers arrived from
Chicago Sunday and will spend the
winter at their home on Halifax avenue.
The Colonnades grounds are being
put in fine trim by the gardner. It is re-
ported that the house will not open this
year until January 1.
A small party of friends, which in-
cluded the school faculty and others,
were delightfully entertained by Mr.
and Mrs. Wakefield last Friday evening
at a six o'clock dinner, in compliment to
Miss Gertrude Minns, Mrs. Wakefield's
sister, who is here on her first visit to
Seabreeze. Covers were laid for ten.
After dinner the evening was enjoyably
spent in social conversation and a mirth-
provoking game of flinch.
Mr. and Mrs. John B. lbelhoer ar-
rived Monday afternoon from Ocono-
moc, Wis., and are at home at their new
ocean bungalow on Jessamineboulevard.
Captain Oliver has recently purchased
of Mrs. Brush-Shoemaker the beach cot-
tage he has so long occupied. A little
latter the captain is planning to erect a
cottage facing on Bath street, and aisc
to enlarge his home cottage.
D. H. Fuquay and wife have removed
from the Austin cottage to their home
on Live Oak, and will rent the new cot.
tage.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Pollard moved
from the Bide-a-Wee to their cozy home
near the river, last week.
Mrs. H. A. McLess. of Ormond. is
spending the week with Mrs. B. F.
Wells and other friends. Mrs. McLees
has just returned from a trip to Wash-
ington, D. C., and many of the leading
cities East.
The decorator has just completed a
very artistic job of interior decoration
at the home of Dr. A. Bigelow on North
Halifax avenue. Mrs. Bigelow has had
the care of the place all summer, during
the doctor's absence North, and has
demonstrated in a surprising way what
wonderful growth may made by vegeta-
tion in a few months' time where neces-
sary food and water are supplied.


SEABREEZE HIGH SCHOOL.
Class standing-two highest in each
grade.
Chart Class-Ruby Wilson, 92; Claud
Sims, 92; Kathleen Bunch, 92.
First Grade-Lawson Diggett, 90;
Harold Odum, 88.
Second Grade-Agnes Lowe, 89; Max-
ine Odum, 88.
Third Grade--da Poor. 97; Hurl-
. burt Walthour, 90.
Fourth Grade-Rosa King, 97; Edith
Pent, 92.
Fifth Grade-Ruth Barze, 83; Quin
Branch, 81.
Sixth Grade--Allston Dryer. 94; Le-
Sota Coburn, 91.
Seventh Grade-Ruth Stewart, 89;
e Earl Sitms, 88; Pearl Wilson, 88.
Eighth Grade-Gladys Wanuacotte,
0 96; Adaline Fortson, 95; Jack Strother,
95.
Nineth Grade-Bernard Schmidt;
Kirby Smith.
Tenth Grade-Alfred Strother, 92;
Roland Barze, 91.
Eleventh Grade-Wallace Griggs, 90;
e Irene Peters. 88.
Twelfth Grade-Carl Burgman, 93;
Jeanette Ridgeway, 92.


KINGSTON

S KINGSTON, Oct. 28-Mrs. J. A.
Harper, who has been for some
weeks a pleasant visiior here guest
of Mrs. D. J. Bradshaw, has returned
s to her home in Pierson.
Mrs. C. B. Pelton came over on
* Friday of last week to visit her
daughter, Miss Jessie, one of our


eacners, ana left tor her home in
DAYTONA BE4CH, Opt. 27-Harry Lake Helen on the day following.
Horn went to Tallahassee last week to larry Campbell has rented the
stand examination for admission to the cottagp belonging to L. G. Lyman
bar of Florida, and passed very credit- on the cornpr of Ridgewood avenue
ably. As soon as the Horn & Budgen and Main street, and moved in with
cement block is completed he will open his family last Tuesday. He hs
his office on Seabreeze avenue.
Mrs. Jas F. Shields is at home with been living in Tituuvilie.
her daughter, Mrs. C. L. Horn, on Pen- Lee Kingaton is improving his
insula Drive. M. iims. r. B property on Mulberry and Kington
Mrs. J. M. Williamson. Mro. Bunch's
mother, arrived this week from South streets, by having it underbrushed,
Carolina for a week's visit with her which makes it more attractive.
daughter. She was accompanied by her Miss Belle Pye. of Emporium, Pa.,
daughter. Miss Lizzie, and son, John. is a very pleasant addition to Kings-
The Chiqueta, Mr. Holland's boat, ton society. She is visiting Mrs.
took Mr. Schantz and party from Day- Bradshaw for several weeks.
tona to the Inlet Tuesday for a day's Jesse Yel n e u
fishing. Jesse elvington came up from
Mr. Phillips arrived the latter part of Titusville Tuesday- to visit his
last week from Connecticut, and is at daughter. Mrs. Cmpbell.
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Stewart two lots on Grandview avenue,
north and adjoining his hotel property.
This gives Mr. Howard a 400 foot exten-
sion on this avenue. Mr. Howard has
great faith in the future greatness of
Daytona Beach.
Mrs. Fred Williamson, who had been
with her daughter, Mrs. Grant, for ten
days past, returned to her home at
Jacksonville last week.
A series of teas and reciprocity teas
have been enjoyed for the past two
weeks by some of the social set. Mrs.
Stickler and Miss Ruth Coates enter-
tained last week, and Miss White is to
entertain this week at the White House
on the occasion of her nineteenth birth-
day.
A windmill water system at the
Oyama brick brick building has been
replaced this week by an engine, which
was installed by Staples & Cutten, The
new furniture for the apartment rooms
on the second floor has arrived, and Mr.
and Mrs. Oyama are over from Daytona
this week having furniture and carpets
placed.
Messrs. Geo. P. Johnson and R. L.
Wilcox had a very successful squirrel
hunt above Ormond the first of the
week.
Mr. Jackson and Warren Wilcox went
to Bulow creek on a squirrel hunt Tues-
day. They made the trip by launch,
Mrs Britt and sister, Mrs. Walker,
and Mrs. Lowe and little son, Everett,
are attending the Adventist camp meet-
ing at Orlando this week. They left for
the camp last Thursday.
The Epworth League held a business
meeting last night to arrange the de-
tails of the Hallowe'en party on Satur-
day evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Griffin arrived Monday
afternoon and will occupy the west suite
of rooms in the Phillips apartment house
on the river. They have spentanumber
of winter at Daytona Beach.
Mrs. Selby and Mrs. Vanderhof and
party, who regularly spend their winters
at the White House. are expected to
arrive from Newark, N. J., about Nov.
fifth.
Mrs. Randall and daughter arrived
from the North and are located in rooms
at the E E. Johnson home. They were
here last winter.


the full confidence of the Wel-Infomed
of the World and tbhe wnq endatwji of
the most eminent physicians it wae emen-
tial that the component parts of Syrup
of Figs and Elixir of Senna should be
known to and approved by them; there-
fore, the ('lifornia Fig Syrup Co. pub-
lisles a ful statement with every packae.


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Awarded to W. T. Hadlow
of Jmrlsnnvlle.
Last Saturday the contract for the
erection of the Clarendon Hotel was
closed between Dr. E. L.Potter and
W. T. Hadlow, of Jacksonville.
The site selected for the new
structure is about one and one-half
miles south of the former location
of the Clarendon and is but a short
distance north of the clubhouse of
the Florida East Coast Automobile
Association. It contains 14 acres,
and has an ocean frontage of 950
feet, with a depth of 500 feet.
The new Clarendon will be a mhag
nificent structure of reinforced con-
crete. The entrance will face the
west, while two wings will extend
toward the ocean, forming a large
court. The building will have con-
crete ficore and will be absolutely
fire-proof in every particular.
The contract provides for a build-
ing of 250 rooms at a cost of $215,-
060, besides the furnisbings which
will cost $50,000.
The Clarendon is a necessity to
this community and everyone having
an interest hereabout will rejoice to
know that Dr. Potter has so shaped
affairs as to make its rebuilding
possible.
Work will commence on the
building within 60 days and it will
be completed and in readiness for
the season of 1910-11.


FOR RENT,
Two furnished fet bm
floor of Atlantie blook,
Club


Will rent or kea the two tre, e
stores recently occupied by the Do (in. '
Furniture Co. The stres N ii be
in fine shape. Enq iw ofre a
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NAtice is hereby given that on tho first U r TO
day of IDetnmber. A. )., IM9, the uidmlrsign- M ttoamel~a wemw
.dgluardian of Annabel and Hearst Mc-
Cl lla.n will apply to the Honorable J. Lee I ats S3i? St ai se
Mc(!rorv, County Judage of Volusla County, ga-- b I a
Floridsa, for an order to sell an undivided S__ma m lmmee
two-thirds interest In the following lot. F M sot o ime
piece or parcel of land lying and being InImIIL
the county y of Volusla and a tate of 'lorida. m m "
described :as follows, to-wit: .
Lot i. Block 8. Kingston.
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A Plk snt Suipis.
LastSaturday night about a{
o'clock Mis. Ella W'iUlaun whoA -
had retired, was awakened by the -
sound of music, to find that she w r
being serenaded by the Gem City "
Quartet and the orchestra of whi ch fa~
she is a member, the other membsm pin--riif .
of which were aware that it was her ing wrimy r ia-
birthday. ams and arn
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partake of refreshments and when aetly eaBer an i
they gathered around the table, they pror o it ib a a~a tem a
proved to be a jolly stag party of M.ras.Mi ale ,Uir
twelve, all of whom responded Fla., ays: "I aed MBa's
neatly to toasts proposed and paid and have ime beeIS
Misi Willaume the compliments of baekaebeat t was dimra t
the occasion, get about the house and I
The time until midnight was able to obtain my proper
spent m,.st pleasantly with music kidney secretion gave
and in social converse, Mr. and Mrs. with my kideys by their
ages and when I read of Poem aI
Gardiner and Everett Willaume as- Pil, I determined to give them ia
sitting Miss Ella in the entertain- Two boxes were procured forNtOi
ment of her guests, who, when d- Haain' drug store and eumi
parting, expressed themselves as de- backache and dispond of ta Ijt
lightd with their reception and weakness. In retur tfor tohe em
Sceieved, Ia am pleased to give eMfi
wished her many happy returns of oey Pile my higesdt don g a i
the day. It had indeed proved both For sale by aB dm1..l Prie 5
a complete and pleasant surprise. Foster-Milbum Co., Bai, N. Y.,
agents for the United State.
Card of Thanks. Renmerb1 r the amme-D- m-
take no ottr.


I earnestly thank the friends who
so kindly offered and assisted during
the sickness and at the death of my
husband. MRS. MAT WEEKS.

Will Remodel the Uncle Sam.
Capt. L. E. Ellenwood will have
the steamer Uncle Sam practically
rebuilt at McDonald's Boat Yard.l
In order to reduce the tonnage, the
cabin will be remodeled, a ten foot
section cut from the stern of the
boat and other alterations made.


Prevent and
Relieve Headache
"It gives me great pleasure to
be able to refer to Dr. Miles'
Anti-Pain Pills as the best rem-
edy we have yet had in our
house for the prevention and
cure of headache. My wife who
has been a constant sufferer for
a number of years with above
complaint joins me in the hope
that they may fall into the hands
of all sufferers."
JOHN BUSH,
Watervleit, Me.
Used Them Four Years.
"Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills
are the best I ever tried for the
relief of headache. I have used
them for nearly four years and
they never fail to give me relief.
I have tried many other rem-
edies, but have never found any
better."
JOSEPH FRANKOWICK,
854 Trombly Av., Detroit, Mich.
There is no remedy that will
more quickly relieve any form
pf headache than
Dr. MiW Amntiain
The best feature of this re-
markable remedy is the fact that
it does "ot derange the stomach
or leave any disagreeable after-
effects.
Druggists everywhere stl them. If
rst package falls to benefit your drug.
gist will return your money.
MILKS MEDICAL CO., Elka-t, Inad.


HOLLY HILL


HOLLY HILL, Oct. 28-Miss
May Quattlebaum, accompanied by
Miss Clara Meiritz, came from Bu-
low for a week end visit at her
father's.
Mrs. Will McCoy arrived on Sun-
day from New York.
The Misses Grace and Emma Ap-
thorp were among our visitors last
week, also W. W. Carter.
Messrs. Berney and Osteen re-
turned early in the week to Lake-
land. Mr Berney's family are still
at Mr. Case's.
S. T. Hill and wile. left Tuesday
for their home at Winter Park, but
expect to return early next spring.
After an absence of several
months spent in New York and the
eastern states, Alfred Heath returned
Saturday.
Mrs. Chas. R. Simonds arrived
from Jacksonville Wednesday for a
visit with her father, G. W. Harris
Mrs. Mary A Bellamy and daugh-
ter, Mrs. Sankey Perdue, arrived
last week for a visit with Mrs. Wm.
Wetherell, Jr., and family. Mrs.
Bellamy left Tuesday for Fort Pierce
to visit a son at that place, but Mrs.
Perdue remained here.
John L. English returned Wed-
nesday from DeLand where he has
been at work.
T. H. Cave, Sr., was a Titusville
visitor Tuesday and Wednesday.
W. R. Smith, wife and two chil-
dren are visiting Mrs. M. Wyatt,
having arrived Monday from Mican-
opy.


Episcopal Services.
St. Mary's, Daytona, Service and
Sermon, 11:00 a. m. Music by
vested choir.
Grace Church, Port Orange, ser-
vice and sermon, 3:00 p. m.
Grace Church, New Smyrna, Ser-
vice and Sermnon, 7:00 p. m.


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to September 30, 1909, inclusive. J. LEE McCRORY, 153 F N Conrad, Agent
: County Judge 54 F N Conrad, Agent


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Hall
.-E Lowe
I Jenkins

Electric Theater
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Reeve
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MAien & Co
Fisher
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S.N Misleh
N Mialeh
Mline Bros
Bros
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Fountain
Uhapman
& Haynes
'!M Pharmacy
Gould
Gould, AgeAt
Gould, Agent

W Gould, Agent
W Gould, Agent
*W8 Spear
1S1 W Prkins
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News Publitshing Co
J A Erickson & Co


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Hr narrs
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HBeyward
p-Heyward
H Heyward
D Landis
Bert Fiph
Voluuia County Absi
0 B Bentty
DaadElect. Ligh
lDan- ~Factors


E L Hon, Agent

E L Hon, Agent

EL Ben, Agent

E L Ron, Agent


I W Kouster
4PW Kouster
U Flowers
1 Flowers
Robinson
W & R W Rawlerson
Cade"*.
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How, Agent

L Bigelow
& Miller
& Miller
& Miller


Turpentine Co
Turpentine Co
;T=rpentine Co
rpentine Co
Woodward

|X Pattillo
Fulgham
G Green
Dancan
Edwaids
McCoy
Odum
M Adams
Yilson

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uJohanson
ifx Turpentine Co
L B Shoemaker
Ilankins
1a DeVaoy & Co
P.Gille Jr & Co
VBoxby

Mills
m Brot
Barges
Curtis & Soa
l.inaon & Brittle
pns8 Dayton
n S Dayton
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'ks Waterworks, town
less than 5000
Merchant
Green groceries
Merchant
Green groceries
Merchant
Green groceries
Bottling works,
city less 5000
Merchant
Merchant
Green groceries
Merchant
Merchant
Merchant
Merchant
Small show
Merchant
Permanent photo.
Merchant
Green groceries
Merchant
Green groceries
Barber 2 chairs
Merchant
Merchant
Lawyer
Merchant
Chewinggum stand
Druggist
Merchant
Green groceries
Merchant
Merchant
Merchant
Merchant
Merchant
Undertaking and
embalming in
city less 5000
Merchant
Merchant
Green groceries
Green groceries
Merchant
Greengroceries
Merchant
Merchant
Barber 2 chairs
Merchant
Druggist
Real estate agent
lns Co of No. Am.
Hamburg- Bremen
Ins. Co
Fla. Home Ins Co
N Y Life Ins Co
Merchant
. Lawyer
4 billiard and pool
tables discon-
nected from bar
Merchant
Merchant
Green groceries
Merchant
Job press by power
Merchant
Merchant
Merchant
Penny in slot mach
Pool tables (2)
Merchant
Penny in slot mach
Real estate
Agt Aetna Ins Co
Agt Phenix Ins Co
Lawyer
Lawyer


Barber one chair
o Electric light plant
Factory less 20 t
Norwich Union
Fire Ins Co
Niagara Fire Ins
Co
London & Lanca-
shire Fire Ins Co
Royal Ins Co
Phila Underwriter
Ins Co
North British and
Mercantile Ins
Co
Green groceries
Penny in slot mach
Merchant
Green groceries
Merchant
Merchant
Merchant
Green groceries
German-American
Ins Co
Merchant
Merchant
Merchant
Undertakers and
embalmers
Steamboat agent
Less 16 bbl still
Less 16 bbl still
Merchant
Merchant
Photographer per-
manently located
Merchant
Merchant
Merchant
Merchant
Merchant
Livery
Merchant
Druggist
Merchant
Merchant
Green groceries
Merchant
Merchant
Merchant
Merchant
Merchant
Dentist
Druggist
Merchant
Druggist
Photographer per-
manently located
Restaurant
Merchant
Merchant
Merchant
Livery
Merchant
Real estate
Livery


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157 F N Conrad, Agent
158 F N Conrad. Agent

159 F N Conrad. Agent


160 F
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162 F


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163 F N Conrad. Agent

164 F N Conrad, Agent
165 F N Conrad, Agent
166 Equitable Building &
Loan Co of Daytona


J67 T E Fitzgerald
603 E F Oates
69 Conrad Real Estate Co
S70 Young's Pharmacy
17 L G l.yman
172 L G Lyman
173 L G l.yman
I74 T S Woods
175 E D Mills
i70 C E Gardiner Co
177 Geo H Clark
17S Bingham & Maley Co
179 Bingham & Maley Co

iSo East Coast Telephone Co
18i Conrad (Irocery Co
1 S2 Conrad Grocery Co
183 Graham Thompson
184 L Thompson. Agent

185 L Thompson, Agent
186 L Thompson, Agent

187 L Thompson, Agent

188 L Thompson. Agent
1S9 L Thompson, Agent
1 9o L Thompson, Agent


1o L Thompson, Agent

192 L Thompson, Agent

103 L Thompson, Agent

194 L Thompson, Agent

i"u L Thompson, Agent
196 L Thompson, Agent

197 H E Johnson
198 Henry Schmidt
I OR RD McDonald
200 R D McDonald
20o L Thompson, Agent


202 C M Bingham, Agent

203 C M Bingham, Agent

204 C M Bingham, Agent
o05 C M Bingham, Agent

206 C M Bingham, Agent

207 C M Bingham, Agent

2oS C M Bingham, Agent

20ot C M Bingham, Agent


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211 CM
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213 C M Bingham, Agent

214 C M Bingham, Agent
215 C M Bingham. Agent
210 McBride & Hanson
217 McBride & Hanson
2 iS Thayer & Sauls
2 19 Thayer& Sauls
220 Thayer & Saul
2 1 D D Beekman
222 A. V. Putten
223 The Jas E Francis Co.
224 The Jas E Francis Co.
225 The Jas E Francis Co
220 A. L. James, Agent

227 Standard Oil Co.

228 Standard Oil Co.


2 20 Standard Oil Co.


230 Standard Oil Co

231 J H Vrooman & Son
232 J H Vrooman & Son
233 Catherine Bunch
234 Catherine Bunch
235 L Thompson
236 W P Wilkinson
237 W P Wilkinson
238 D C Silvers
239 H C Longtreet
240 Mrs E M Webster
24 G D Webster
242 Chas V Gailor


7.5o 243 C P Jenkins
i2.j- 244 W G Hobbs
10.oc
1o.oc 245 Ed Coger
1.50 246 J L Nuckols
1.5o 247 l)eLand Telephone Co.
24~i Levi Collett
2.5 244, C Hinson & Co.
0.0oc 25o C Hlinson & Co.
3.oc 251 IL C Chisholm
1.so 252 H J l.arkins
3.00 -32; S Ross
1.5c !254 S Ross
2.'0 255 W A Ross, Agent

3.50 -5;o Henry Alexander
1.5c 57 John Cranor
i.5s -s.S ADthony Bros.
i.5c '5J E II Webster
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1.5. 26 1 WA Gove
1.5;- -02 J I.eRoy Harden
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270 B W Tedder
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273 Bond i.umber Co
274 on01141 um-ber Co
2 7 A J Anderson
270 J M Tanner
277 M A Galbreath
271 New Smyrna & I. i


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Insurance Co
Pheonix Ins Co
Caldonia Ins Co
Virginia State Ins
Co
Northern Ins Co "
Springfield Fire & "
Marine Ins Co
American Ins Co '
Underwriters Ins "
Co of New York
Underwriters Ins
Co of Phils
Niagara Ins Co
Sun Ins Co
London & Lanca- "
shire Ins Co
Western Assurance
Co
Atlas Ins Co "
National Ins Co "


Building and loan
local
Lawyer
Lawyer
Real estate
Druggist
Merchant
Merchant
Green groceries
Merchant
Barber 3 chairs
Merchant
Merchant
Merchant
Undertakers and
embalmers
Telephone 160 pho
Merchant
Green groceries
Merchant
Royal of Liver-
pool Ins Co
L L & G InsCo
Hartford of Hart-
ford Ins Co
Aetna of Hartford
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428 G P Webb
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430 T E Arnold
431 W B Phillips
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437 Stewart & Campbell
438 Albert M.oller
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314 J F Williamson
2 50 315 Jacob Thompson
316 M Neenan
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370 R P Barnhart
2 So 371 John Culp
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Hib .Lf Froe a ft a e a d HRW
W 0 D01d t0 1 Wllh a Cam.


Jean Fsseaml Platr e 4Riowh
wao bma n at Mets ns 17na6d who was,
kIb. a m artyr to s eal, by a b k

June 1 1715, was the art aenmat
ID lo M Nh heIthe GanieenuINweek
OC mifBgthe air.
Pitre e Bkr who JI made'
macsates i the wmatga**r baBoon, de-
teriend to solve the sqetima of bal-
loonas medium for carrying pasen-
S sa and could think and dream of'
nothing but how be could fashion a
machine that would carry him on an
aerial voyage. Wha his balloon was
eflnsed he made some twenty-three
aceats, nearly always aimed, but ocea-
sohmally accompanied by the Marquis
dArhamdm, a brave solder and one
who had faith in Pilare's dea. The
balloon was always held captive by
strong cords.
Whenever he went up there was a
crowd to watch him. One day there
was a thrilling moment The balloon
drifted toward some high trees, and it
seemed inevitable that the tissues
would be torn by the branches and
PUatr dashed to the ground They
saw the young man calmly throw a
bunch of straw on his fire and quickly
pour over it two small bottles of oil.
Instantly the fierce heat seat the bal-
looa up safely, and it swept beyond
the danger line of the trees. A mighty
shout went up from the crowd, and
when he came down Pilatre had an
ovation.
He Jnw felt read to make his
grand experim*otal trial trip, but the
king would not allow him to go, as he
feared to lose so brave and scientific
a man. Pilatre was in despair, and at
length the king said that he would
give him the opportunity to test the
safety of his balloon in the following
way: ]e would give full pardon to any
two criminals who were willing to go
up In it, provided Pilatre did not him-
self go.
The scientist was very angry. He
said: "What! Shall vile criminals, foul
nmuererst, men rejected from the bos-
om of society, have the glory of being
the first to navigate the air? Never
while Pilatre de Rosier draws breath!"
After repeated prayers for permis-
gdon to make his experiment he ap-
pealed to the Influence of the Duchess
de Polgnac. the governess of the royal
children. To her petitions the Mar-
quis d'Arlandes added his and asked
to be allowed to accompany Pilatre.
At length consent was obtained.
On Nov. 21, 1783, Pilatre and the
marquis made an ascent from the gar-
dens of the Chateau de la Muette, In
the Bols. They sailed safely across the
Seine, over the Hospital For Old Sol-
diers, over the Military school and
landed about five miles from Paris.
Their return was greeted with wild
enthusiasm.
The marquis rode back, but Pilatre
had to go first to his house and get a
coat, for some one had stolen his In
the mixup of their coming down, when
the balloon, of course, collapsed.
Pilatre now announced that he would
cross the channel from Boulogne to
England. A wealthy Frenchman ad-
vanced the money to construct an im-
proved machine that he was certain
could stay in the air as long as neces-
sary. This new invention was a bal-
loon filled with hydrogen gas. Under
it was a cylinder by which he expected
to rarefy the air contained in it so that
he could either ascend or descend eas-
ily and so reach currents of air that
would take him in any desired direc-
tion.
It was five months before there came
a day suitable for making the aerial
trip. A physician who loved adventure
and believed in the success of the ex-
perimeat went with him from Bou-


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2 50 height of 200 feet the balloon swept
S50o Into a current of air that took it to-
5 oo ward the channeL Suddenly a cross
; oo current swept it back.
2 50 Pilatre hastened to let some cold air
5 o* Into the cylinder and I' some way
6 25 made a rent in the balloon. They were
5 1 1.700 feet high. and instantly they
1x o were dashed to the earth, mangled and
1 5o crushed frightfully.
2 o50 France still remembers his enthusi-
i 50 astic faith in his scientific efforts, and
5 oo In many places are memorials and in-
I 50o criptions that perpetuate his fame.-
1 5. Boston Globe.
2 0O
S1 0o: The Dental Ornamnts.
2 So Visitor (passing through dining room
22 5o with little Tommy, discovers mince pie
z 5so on sideboard)-Heigho, but that's a flue
2 50o pie! Who made it?
5 oo Tommy- Gran'ma; she always makes
S50o the pies.
' :o| Visitor-Does she, indeed? Well, I'd
I 5o like to get my teeth Into that one.
o Tommy-You would, eh? Well, gran'-
Soo' ma's got ahead of you. Don't you see
i 5o the prints of her'n all around the *Aiges?
o50 -Boston Courier.
I o0
7 o Trespassing.
1 o0. "You accuse this aviator of trespass-
1350 tng In your garden?"
500 "Yes, judge. I caught him among
2 5W my air currents."-New York Herald.
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The Modern ABOARD A SUBMARINE
The Crew, the Work and the Kind of
Seven W wonders Life the Men Lead.
S v W o es ILife aboard a submarine is not so
r unpleasant or dangerous as one might
Daytona's lacmparable Ocean Beach. Imagine, but it is entirely different


One of Daytona p crowning glories is
her incomparable beach. No one who
ever set foot upon its smooth, packed
sands; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever
drove a prancing pair of horses and list-
ened to the popping of their steel shoes
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one
who ever steered a high-power automo
bile down the broad stretch of wave-
washed and surf-packed sand but real-
ized that it is a world-beater, a world-
wonder. Go stand upon this wide
speedway and see the happy souls flit
by in joyous mood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven modern
wonders.
The Placid. Pellucid Hlax 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 pou.li
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk str.g-
gling upward with his floundering load
he snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick and
span, their hampers and lockers bulging
with refreshments both solid an i liquid,
ready for a 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 Enchantingtly PIcturesque 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 dow.
this white shell street one has the im-
pression of a fairy path with elfith dra-
peries, but as you move along and east
an eye first to the right and then to the
left you see distinguished cottage homes
in the most delightful settings.
$urpassing Beauty ot Our Cottage 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 and Pavements the Most and Best.
Why the Architect of thle Universe
chose 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, FI-lowers, Birds and Fruits.
Whatever one's shortcomings and
however indifferent or eve i callous one
may be to many things, the mere men-
tion of "'squirrels and flowers, birds 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 hunny ready to come out
and accept your gift. He 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
variagated hues predominate, another
has a penchant for the poinsettia and
the premises are aflame; another is hid-
den in a jungle of tall cane.
The birds flit in, and with their joyou,
notes help to give fullness and synine-
try to the picture.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, I )ay-
tona yields the palmn 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 Fastest Autos And The Finest Out.
Here is where world's records for speed
are broken with evprv rpe'nrrin ......


from that led on other types of snips.


The crew, usually consisting of two I
officers and fourteen men, is selected
from volunteers after a most rigid
medical examination. Service rarely
extends beyond a period of two years.
and real work on a submarine ir, limit-
ed to about three weeks in the sum-
mer and one in he wiiiter. During the
remainder of thile time the men live on
a "parent" ship lor ilon shore. The lboat
is, however, put throui:h tlhe various
evolutions onee every week.
Tihe first inipressiotn n eOHteriun a a
submarine is 4onei of heat. the air l in.
rather close a-i:i hel:iv.l hiut the men
soon become laccstoied to it. Stand-
ing room space is a:lout six and one-
half feet, :a1d tlow:ird both ends the
hbiat tapers :i\a:vy :almost to a point.
Therelare no i,,prti holes. Tihl, hi:tc'hw:li
in the (. c"':::c t. w,.-r i their only aper-
ture. l:m .r' w:. -r .,ectri' lihrt is
used. Tih. ir. ',r veiriil:ltors,. lut when
the I::nt dive< lh,'v aIre suit off with a
ra1p.
Lift, ot ...: ,i :1 : 'hi:irinve is esspen-
ti:illy "in i,'irioIi." Thiw, w'y ien
aint Iinnly "i' cts :l'e' crallifled to:-
4,4.eth1r il :1 :;'itrr\v space is almost

t'Cokii i~i j iono i ll: in electtrie oven.
andi io) footl.ds whlih have a strong or
dlsacreealIe smell are used. Of course
smoking is ill-wed ntlly when on the
surface anld theiit on thii' bridge. Ow-
int! ti t) tie t-clir:t-te'r of thlie 1men select-
ed discipline is perfect.
There is s'.u-rve:y any nois.' "in a sub-
marine when s.tilniierged. The greatest
depth tihe I.:lt dehscends iloes not ex-
ceed thirty f,-ti. At thalt depth her
speed is a:ilwIlt ` knots. The air is
quite "hrei:i halle" for four hours, but
in case of emiler.e'n;y the crew caln re-
main closed in for seventy hours with-
out danger.
The mnen lve( tlhe life. With tlhe offi-
.ers they are ;is ion family. sharing
everything evi.ui:Illy, inc-luling the dan-
gers. whi.-lh are lilt uuticlh to speak of.
provildeil every 41lie 41does Ilis duty.
Wlthen thie I\e.tl!!r is fair there is very
little rollin lnt roi'lih weather the
metin esca-;pe k<,- I.l:in: a"llutl lby holdings
onil to "ste:l'yin" lines."-New York
Press.

JURIES IN ENGLAND.
They Get Through Their Work Quickly
and With Little Fuss.
Tlie working oIf lthe lPritisli jury sys-
tent exhiili-sa tii:rked eottr:ast with
that of our iowi. It is possihile that my
exlperiene ill ltritis.i courtslt wIas ex-
ceptional. hut in not a singlee instance
did I ste 1a juor lii"h:lleh' ed or reject-
ed. Ill all ,f the courts. requiring ju-
ries (lie Itness:iry illinIlier of men
weI're Ipr'esen11. :t!il they were sworn it1
Wwilhol uiltestion. In tlthe sheriff's del-.
utly court in Sioihtland tile presiding
judge nave not ice to lthe jury that he
expected it adi(journ the court at 2
o'clock a:li st.letld that if they couhl
all remain until Ihhat hour he would at
on'e dinsiss lhe lilin who had been
called for a econ.Id panel. The jurors
co((iferred'il t:,ietlier(" :ind decided to re-
main till 1 o'clock, whereupon the
judge notilild the other meni to appear
at 12::0..i Tlie one jury impaneled for
thle Il'rnii.- s4'ssi..ii reilileretd six ver-
diets iil a:Ises itntilvin;-g prosecutions
for t heftis. fra:id ;ild IltiirLldrv.
II t lie 'o1ull' o,1 1ll:1lrter sessions at
T;untl'it,. lnaJhtlil. I s:Iw a single jury
in one day reader eleven verdicts. I
found th(lit it w:as several sorts .if o-urt that I attended
for the S:e j.iurtl' to :ct illn ic-essive
cases. In no iiist:lanl'e did I see a jury
lave tlhir 'se:1t iit imtke up their ver-
dh't. l' was na!!t;" s, pl]thiii liht all who gave
attention l.incw in :atlvance what the
decision wolil Ice. I tma:de note of an
ex'el tional ini tnc e tof delay when the
courti wV;Is f Irced tio wait nine minutes
ftr lie rep'rtf of lhe jiury. In this case
llhe .ilna:e lh,, a:.\(> tlioe instructions
:wasl himself ill ditnlut :is to what the
verldi-t ,lan ht to e.,
A S,',t ih ijulry -consists of fifteen
peis".ons:-, :ullt :a ii.ijorily may" render a
verdi'l. In l: n. :I: itd thte titudiler is
twelve' ; I ld ii:!ii:- is reqituired. Rut.
I nt|ed no tiif'rtrcite as to practical
results in iih. I \wo countries. The
twelve it'n. ii lihe nF:-lisih jury were
as prolt'ini. :13.1, ,',c rt'!iii ini their action
:as were tI' he i .l all of lifteen in the
ScoIt ishl jury. .M.'lure's M::agzine.


A Hot Spot.
th14 Il#i.it'-T 1:1,"I illthe Iw i.t-ldlliiithe
hlnytieear.,' sai d all A.riolue ma llat. 'J

highIi ass120cds't.*" ill t laLte :after-

wlk. ealit'ilti-4- 'l 'Ih ie Streets wcoulil
h~a l .lt 11' t'--111 %%i60, -b Ofc'I lilte IsiW
tbiillliti Ls h lkoIh h-u aljiins Itot rea'

(1Isd;eikIm t~iliiI'wl fIunnyiparte." si:iv

to. S4,41, Mi t i-r Iha kIi q.h. b i ghiLs
ar'clI.e de i e,1 filI ,.".1. :1!141 1 Ipresumle it
is la' iie ..-him. js:u '.N I. ;4't :1. good
Sh'ck ti~mtit s H.a~uaI.I.,. livet'ill that


The Coinplkte Bookkeeper.


ThaI Ifi.e.c

For Him to say.


better tleaueI I' I\le!it


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"No, said the salesman in astonisn-
ment.
"Then I guess you better gimme the
suspenders." said the disappointed cus-
tomer.-Chicago News.

HOW A HORSE GALLOPS.
The Natural Way and the Conventional
Pose In Art.
How does a horse gallop? Owing to
the rapidity of action it cannot be seen
by the human eye. However, just as
the individual spokes of a rapidly re-
volving wheel can be made visible by
a flash of lightning, so the action of a
galloping horse can be and has been
analyzed by instantaneous photogra-
phy.
The statuette of Sysonby, the thor-
oughbred, has been made from photo-
graphs" taken at the instant when all
four legs are off the ground. The back
is arched, the hind feet are directed
forward, the fore feet backward, so
that all are tucked under the animal's
body.
When the limbs again touch the
ground the first to do so is one of the
hind feet, which is thrust far forward
so as to form an acute angle with the
line of the body and thus serve the
purpose of a spring in breaking the
force of the impact of the hoof when
the horse is going at top speed.
In the conventional mode of repre-
senting a galloping horse all four legs
are off the ground at once, but the
front pair are extended backward in
such a way that the undersurfaces of
their hoofs are directed skyward, the
body being at the same time brought
near the ground. This conventional
pose appears to have been derived from
a dog running, when the front and
hind pairs of legs are respectively ex-
tended forward and backward, with
the soles of the hind feet turned up-
ward.
This pose, it is thought, was adopt-
ed to represent the gallop of the horse
by the goldsmiths of Mycenae between
800 and 1X0t) B. C., whence it was
transmitted by way of Persia and Si-
beria to China and Japan, to return
in the eighteenth century as the re-
suit of commercial relations to west-
ern Europe.-Chicago Tribune.

The Earwig.


There is no insect which has puzzled
naturalists as to its proper classifica-
tion more than the earwig. Some have
asserted that it belongs to the beetles.
of which it is an "aberrant type," oth-
ers that it is connected with the grass-
hoppers. Even about its very names
there has been endless discussion.
Some have thought the name earwig!
is the result of the creature's supposed
habit of getting into the ears, while
others are equally certain that it is'
derived from the original name. which
they say was earwing. from the fact
that the wing when spread resembles
the human ear. AtL all events, Done
thing is certain--the earwig as we
know It now is a survival of an early
tyle of which almost every other mem-
ber has become extinct.


Appropriate.
A family of children, after the usual
Saturday night romps, gathered In the
drawing room for music and singing.
As bedtime drew near the mother
said:
"Now. children, choose one hymn to
finish up with. and then you must all
say "Go,-.d night." '
"Let's have 'Ere Again Our Sab-
bath Close,'" suggested a bright little
girl uf ; bout seven years of age.
"Well. I think that wc-ld be more
suitable tomorrow evening," replied
the mot her.
"Oh, but you always air our Sab-
bath clothes on Saturdays, mummy!"-
London Tatler.

Evil Effects of Shoes.
With the increase of protection the
feet have become weaker from con-


A LIBERAL OFFER.

Its Effect Upon the Customer to Who
It Was Made.
A business man of Dayton, 0., tells
this story of some commercial friends
of his:
A customer who bought in a small
way from the wholesalers apd whose
credit was not of the sort known as
gilt edged visited the city and pur-
chased a $2.800 bill of goods, paying
$2,500 in cash and giving his note for
the remaining $300.
After the transaction had been closed
and the paper and currency had chang-
ed hands the customer said;.
"Now. after a deal of thai size it Is
customary to give a purchaser a pres-
ent. Come across with it."
"We'll throw in a pair of suspen-
ders," laughed the salesman temporiz-
ingly.
"A pair of suspenders, eh! Say, quit
fooling. I really mean it. I expect you
to do something in acknowledgment of
my patronage."
The salesman went to the manager
with tihe problem, and the manager
said:
"Well. if he feels that way about it
we might encourage him a bit. We'll
do something that ought to please him
greatly. Give him back his $300 note.
Make him a present of his paper. That
will make him a cash customer and
raise his credit and save him money
besides."
The salesman went back, pleased to
be the Ihearer of such joyful tidings of
liberality in business.
"Well. sir." he said, "we've arranged
about that present, all right. Here,"
with a tiourish. "is your note. We give
it back to you."
The customer did not seem enthusi-
astle. Instead, without looking at the
note he asked:
"Is it endorsed*"
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L. G. LYMAN.


A. D. rcBRIDE
President


MER
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Capital Stock.
'Surplus and P1
Four per cent inter
S tificates of De]

Safe


J. B. CONRAD
Vice-Pres.


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',CHANTS BANK"'
iRANs'nH (O VOLliSIA COUNTY BANK)
............................................
rOnfits ...................................
rest paid on Savings accounts and T'msB Q
posil.. No notice required for.withdrawab-
Deposit Boxes For Rent.

Nom m"-a


FLORIDA EAST COAST RAIL


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operated on taM2
tween Jaekaoa

Pullman Baufet 3lo~
teen New Yock ani *
Key over the AtIFmde 08
north of Jacksonville bh
on trains 85 and 82.


mSundays. Ttie-lt, j,. i ,,i ~*. I aai.iKe .
tTuft-dkv-. Thurs~tays dand -a'i!.~ *zp:artre,, fr.,xn lKe- Vt.
Ibondays, e1n.1ti-. aii ri-i,t iy trri~ats and! .Iepartures at Halvatim
PAI.A-l-A BRANCH
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3eat of the w ast

THE GAZEIfE-NEWS CO| ..



FISH CAUGHT, CLEANED
AND CANNED.
F YOU HAVE EVER CAMPED BY A STREAM A
DELICIOUS TASTE OF A SALMON, FRESH FHg
TO THE PAN, AND HOT FROM THE PAN TO THE
WILL. UNDERSTAND WHY PEOPLE WHO ONCE TASSTK;

"ROYAL SCARLET" BRAND

OF CANNED SALMON LInE -
PRAISE IT AND WILL TAKE
THESE FISH ARE C a-a
CANNED RIGHT WHERE
CAUGHT. THEIR DELICTE
NOT DESTROYED BY HARhDL
.C91p mING OR SHIPPING, BUT IS
r l WITH THE IN THE CANM i
THERE UNTIL EATEN.

"ROYAL SCARLET" SALMON
IS A REVELATION TO FISH LOVERS-YOU WILL FIND THB:
ALL THAT IT COULD BE IF YOU CAUGHT THE FISH Y.
THE ROYAL SCARLET" CLAM CHOWOm
AND FANCY LOBSTER
WILL BE FOUND TO POSSESS JUST THE FLAVOR fl,
CLAM CHOWDER AND FRESH LOBSTER OUGHT TO HA"
kmC s FOR SALE BY


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boy more watches than any
between Jacksonville and
If we buy more we must
as we don't keep. them
sa reason. Let us tell you

,. ROWE & Co., The Jewelers.
ge.. Macon Thornton was in the
SfroWm Ormond Monday.
r Herman G. Porter was at
I d and Orange City the past

M. Cox, soliciting agent foi
' Southern Express Company,
in the city from Jacksonvill

an myone seen the Pensive Pups
C. M. Bingham -returned
iY afternoon from a short busi
Strip to New York and other

i, E. Rash, who has been in th4
I last week, left Tuesdaj
for DeLand and othe
on his route.
dg* Isaac A. Stewart, of De
was in the city Monday, leave
Ila the afternoon for Tituavill
io Judge Minor. S. Jones.
mAspragus in glass jars-quarts
R at L. G. Lyman's.
M ary G. Duck is occupyin,
it 8. H. Gove's cottage in th
of his residence, corner c
and Volusia avenues
is very cosily settled.
F, Ronald left for Ccco
y, He will be gone a couple
and will assist his broth
G. rotjan Ronald, in takin
and moving into his ne


ieton rings, all sizes
|castings, turned at thQ
tGarage.


froi
Cei


ItM. Rogers returned home la
&y&l from the vicinity of India
where he had been ei
fiior nearly three weeks i
ung oq in lots about 4,000 acre

MrGo. G Clark returned la
afternoon from a fou
visit in Wisconsin an
Mrs. Clark was vei
beefitAd by her summer &
North.
!,La--A purse containing aboi
. 4$5.00 reward will be paid
i at Merchants Bank.


1


BAry C. Thompson returned
Saftrnoop from a six weeks'
with friends at Pittsburg
iuyW. Mr. Thompson an4
Iinghum madp the journey
in w York together.
o o the Kingston Meth-
aroh preached last Sabbath
an the subject of hell, as
and final abode of the
suad next Sabbath evening
On the subject of hell
who will be there.
me at Church's soda foun-
a Mallow Nat Sundae. I'll
Will you?
*icFadden arrived Monday
Island, Ga., expecting to
c|ity a week or two to look
business matters and
with his many friends
city and vicinity. Miss
being at school, did not
her father to )Daytona.
colored bordered huck
Scents each, at Allan's.


Oaprad Stubenbord arrived
E of last week from
accompanied by
Miss Emma, and
MissLinnie. They
thei handsome
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W. W. Foltz, proprietor of the
y Lane Inn, returned Friday iight
last week accompanied by his
a, Benjamin, and joined the other
embers of the family who had pre-
eded them home.
Quite a number of Ormond
ople were Daytona visitors Tues
y, among them being Mr. and
s. W. A. Barker, Mr. and Mrs. F.
Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Iby and James Carnell.


*A number of fine peninsula
mes for rent. A few good board-
g house propositions. Choice
operties for sale. Charles F. Burg-
an, Seabreeze, Fla.
Miss Pearl Smith arrived Sunday
om Indianapolis, Ind, and is lo-
ted at the Troy House. Miss
nith last year acted as secretary
r Hon. George II. Mpnqoe and will
ain hold the sapme position this
SSOD.
C. L. Harvey went to Orlando
hurday morning to attend the
venth Day Adventist campmeeting
which will close tomorrow. Mr.
irvey will join his daughter at
rlando, where she went last week
ith others from this vicinity.
eA number of fine peninsula
>mes for rent. A few good board-
g house propositions. Choice
properties for sale. Charles F. Burg-
ian, real estate, Seabreeze, Fla.


Mr. and Mrs C. A Birchwood ex-
pect to return to Chicago within the
next week or two, to assist their son
during the removal of his business
to a new factory just being com-
pleted. If they find they can stand
the cold weather they will not visit
Daytona again until some time in
February.


New line of pipes just received
at Young's Pharmacy.
Robt. D. Johnson and family re-
turned Friday nigh& of last week
f~omn Jacksonvil le, where Ar. John-
sqA haa aeen 4n e employ of
Sunith, Hichardson Conroy during
the summer. Mr. apd Mrs. Johnson
and children are located ia the
rooms over the Birchwopd meat
market, of which Mr. Johnson will
be in charge during the winter.


B. Knox was in the city Tues-
from Moundgrove, coming
m by boat.
P. Merrill placed his boat, the
rt," in commission Wednesday
lhe winter season.
quire Henry T. Titus was a
sville visitor from Monday un-
uesday afternoon.
Wonder what the Pensive Pup is?
attorney E. F. Oates was a St.I
ustine visitor on professional
ness last Saturday.
idge J. Lee McCrory was in the
from DeLand Tuesday and
Inesday looking after license tax
ness.
iss Jessie Chamberlin's many
ads will be pleased to learn that
expects to be down about the
days to spend the season as
al.


Augustine last week for a few days'
visit with his mother, Mrs. Julia
Martin, and sister, Mrs. W. G. Nash,
and family. Hie returned to St.
Augustine Monday.
E. E Phillips, of Cape Cod, Mass..
brought a boat from DeLand by
team, Wednesday, and unloaded it
at McDonald's Boat Yard. He will
use the boat, a dory, at his large
property at Oak Hill.
.A beautiful line of gents', youths'
and boys' suits and pants at
The Bee Hive.


Mr. and Mrs. D. Monk arriveJ
Sunday, coming from Mackinac Is-
land, Mich., where they were in bus-
iness the past summer. They will
as usual conduct their curio busi-
ness here during the winter.
"A good upright piano for sale
cheap. P. 0. Box 152.
Miss Frances Folsom arrived
Monday accompanied by a friend
and they went to the Asa Paine res-
idence on South Ridgewood avenue.
Mrs. Paine, owing to illness, stopped
over in Chicago, but joined them
here Wednesday afternoon.
For rent, 10-room house, well
furnished; on Ridgewood avenue
Address Box 292.
Rev. and Mrs. W. P. Merrill and
Mrs. Merrill's mother, Mrs. Martha
R. Robinson, arrived Friday af-
ternoon of last week from their sum-
mer residence at Portland, Miane,
and are again established on Volusia
avenue for the winter.
*WANT E,-All round blacksmith


and woodworker. Geo. A. Foye,
Daytona, Fla. tf
The dredge Klondyke began work
at the City Island again Tuesday
and has been making the mud fly,
while quite a force of men have beep
engaged in transferring the said
mud from lighters to the shore of
of the itilaud whore it is being prop-
erly distributed.
"Ft'R SAI.E \I BA.RkAIN-A ten-
room apartment house, centrally lo.
cated. Rents for $410. Enquire
at 28 Volusia avenue,


A special meeting of Osceola Tribe
No. 21, Imp. Order of Red Men, was
held one night this week for the
purpose of raising funds for the re-
lief of members of the order at Key
West who were made destitute by
the recent storm. A liberal donation
was made to the cause.
Mrs. Geo. McDonald, who lives
south of Daytona, was injured in a
runaway accident Monday. The
horse kicked her in the face, and in
falling from the buggy her hand
was severely cut. The runaway oc-
curred just outside the south city
limits on the Port Orange road.


CHEESE! CHEESE' CHEESE!
Edam Cheese
Pineapple Cheese
McLaren Club Cheese
LYMAN'S
Frank D.. S.ring, he 'Mayor of
Ivy l vne," a ompanied by Mrs.
Spring, reached home last Saturday
alternoon. Mr. and Mrs. ,Spring
spent the sunuwer at Victor, N. Y.,
and other points and although they
enjoyed the visit and had a pleasant
summer Mr. Spring says he was
never bettor pleased to get back


launch, the Emerald, overhauled drug store Wednesday as was an-
dnounced in last weeka issue and
and put in commission at MeDon- bounced in last week' issue and
ald's boat yard. has since been kept busy filling the
wants of friends and patrons and
Dr. Lincoln Hulley and Mrs. receiving their congratulations upon
Hulley accompanied Judge Stewart the attractive appearance of the
over from DeLand Wednesday in store, which must be seen to be ap-
the latter's automobile, preciated. Mr. Church will per-
The Prince George is being put: sonally look after that important
in condition for the season's busi- feature of the drug business, the
ness by its energetic owners and prescription department.
proprietors, Messrs. Hilyard and
Holroyd. The Crystal Theater.
S in a the elegant line Messrs. Titus and Young received
*"Drop in and see the elegant line
of Hudnut good at Church drug Thursday a latest model Motiograph
of Hudnuts a goods at Church s drug
the newest and most improved mov-
store, Beach street, three doors south he newes and mos improved mo
ing picture machine made. Mr.
of the postoffice. .
Young selected this machine while
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Findley north the past summer, after seeing
arrived Thursday afternoon from all the other machines on the mar-
Plainfield, Ill., and are again es- ket. Hereafter all danger of fire
tablished on Palmetto avenue for will be eliminated, as nothing but
the winter. fire proof films will be used. With
Mrs. J. M. Fields, who had been these notable additions and the im-
visiting with G. H. Gardiner and provemwucts in the arrangement of
family for ten days or more, re- the new quarters, the Crystal Thea-
turned to her home at CocoA Thurs- ter will be a model in all respects.
day afternoon. V.eh*a
SYachts in Prt


FOR SALE-Fine Persian cat.
lress Box 292. Daytona. 22-2t
ouis Adler returned Tuesday
is having his residence on Mag-
a avenue prepared for the re-
iof Mrs. Adler, who will be here
ore long.
.rnest Schneider. a cousin of Otto
hner, is assisting at the Peck-
dricks store. Mr. Schneider is
recently from Germany, having
te over in July.
Fresh Jordan Almonds at L. G
nan's.
Ir. and Mrs. J. G. Brown re-
ned Friday of last week from
rshaltown, Iowa, and are estab-
Led in their home on South
Igewood avenue.
W. G. Miner and family arrived
dnesday from Chatham, Va., and
occupying one of Miss Lillian
ompson's houses at Daytona
ich, which they recently leased
the season.
;A ay on vacation. Office closed
til Oct. 20th.
DR. F. H. HotaroTN.


Our Store has nice celery, oranges
and eggplant.
Mrs. Mary Wilder and the Misses
Mollie Wilder and Fannie Coe re-
turned Sunday, coming from ILithia
Springs, Ga. Miss Coe, who has
been at Black Mountain, joined the
other ladies at Asheville, N. C.
*See Allan's prices before pur-
chasing your winter's supply of
blankets, sheetings, bedspreads, etc ,
to save money.


John M. Sheeley arrived last ot-
urday from Corry, Pa., accompanied
by Mr. Shearer alao of that place.
They are tvtablshed in Mr. Sheeley's
cottage on Daytona street. Mrs.
Sheeley will join Mr. Sheeley here
later.
For Rent-TW.O ro~ms for light
housekeepiig; Beach St. P.O. B ix A.
'W. M. Atkinson, of Louisville,
Ky., has rented Laurence ThomrI -
son's house, carer of Halifax
avenge n11 Peninsula Drive, Day
tona Beach, and will occupy it with
his family about the middle of next
month.


tAutomobile tires and inner tubes
vulcanized at Oliver's garage
Mr. and Mrs J. B. Crockcr will
remove today from the Wag. ,ner


The yacht Narienna, of New
York, tied up at the Halifax River
Yacht Club dock Wednesday. She
has aboard her owners, Mr and Mrs.
Walter I Bradley. of the Motor Boat
Club of America and the Corinthian
Yac-ht Club of Stamford, Ct.
The yacht Panacea, of Newburgh,
N. Y., also arrived from the North
Wednesday, having aboard her
owners, Mr. and Mrs. Dremain
Weaver and their guest, Miss Ault-
man. The Panacea tied up at the
Yacht Club wharf.

A Meeting of DouWle antrmSt.


Following the laying of the corner
stone of the new public school build-
ing next Monday afternoon, which
in itself will be a very impressive
ceremony, there will be an educa-
tional rally at the Armory, where
the educational committee which
has been carrying on a campaign
through the State for the improve-
ment of schools and advancement of
educational matters in general, will
be present and its members will
address the people of Daytona as
they have those of many other cities
and towns within the past few


weeks.


To Attend Convention.


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GOOD TIME M. H. Zuber was a Harwood vis- Miss Mand Hobbs is again at her
to be looking around for your itor Thursday. place in the Peck-Hendricks store,
Christmas Presents while it's Attorney F. W. Pope was in having returned Friday night of
quiet. We are receiving new Tituville Monday and Tuesday. last week from Buckhead, S. C.,
goods every day. Ttu e Monay an Tesay. where she had been visiting with
W ALLACE' S Otto Wehner is having a two-room Miss F. G. Feaster and other friends.
Curio's, Souvenirs, and Jewelry. addition made to his residence on
West Magnolia avenue. Mrs. Emma Edick, Mrs. Belisaro
Watches, yes we are selling them L and children and Mrs. Edick's fath-
at the same old prices. Our stock L. L. Vinzant, who was with An- er, Wm. Allen, who have been North
is large, let us quote you our prices. thony Bros.last season, returned to Iall summer in Michigan. Dakota and
Geo. H. Clark, Jeweleri Daytona Thursday night. North Carolina, returned Friday
M1 +E'-. Gr, o We P Ladies' all wool skirts all shades night of last week and are at home
M. E. Gruber, of West Palm in color and plaid effects at one-half again on Volusia avenue.
Beach. was in Daytona Monday their actual value at Allan s.
looking after business interests. H.S. Miller and family removed Mrs. Geo. A. Main gave a pleasant
Mrs. Geo. H. Matthews, who went yesterday from Palmetto avenue to home on West Magnolia venue, the
north with Mr. Matthews, but re- the J. E. Rush house on Bay street.
mained after his return for a more Charles Kupperbusch, of Palatka, participants being her pupils, while
prolonged visit in New Englond, re- a number of the parents and rea
turned to Daytona Friday night of in this city from Sunday until ives of those taking part were
latrn k Datn rdy gt oMonday with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph present to enjoy the occasion.
last week. Oo. .
Osborne.
The Pensive Pup is coming. Have you seen the Pensive Pup? Opened as Announced.
J. G. Martin came down from St. W.W. Carter ha recently had his M. B. Church opened his new


JOE OSBORNE, p


Phone 96.


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lion. George I. Munroe left
Thursday morning for New Orleans
to attend the convention ol the
Lakes to the Qtlf Deep Waterways
Associatioa ou which he has been
treazuier since its formation, as he
has also been an earnest worker for
the cause. The convention will open
today in the presence of President
Taft, the governors of a r.;ajority of
the states and name 8,000 delegates.
Mr. Mmu'ue was to have joined the
L>at party at St. Louis, but import-
ant business called him here. He
expects to recurs next week.


The Odd Times.


C. M.. McDonald has just com-
pleted a very handsome cruising
yacht, at his boat yard, which he
calls the Odd T"imes, as he and his
sons have worked on her at odd
times when uo other work was press-

The odd Times is eight foot
heam by thirty feet in length and
power will be furnished by ten-
horscpower, double cylinder Fay &
Bowen engine. She wiUl he sup-


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E. L. bTEWARTT
Physician and Surgeon
Special attention to disases.of the
Eye, Ear, Throat and Noe. Office
and residence, Magnolia avenue, 3rd
door west of P. 0., telephone 82.
Oiee hours 9 a. to9 p. m.

G. A. KLOCK
Physician and Surgeon
Associated with R.. Ooley, M. D.
Special attention given to diseases of
the Eye, Eye, Nose and Throat. Office
hours 7 to 9 a. m, I to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m.
DAYTONA. FLA.
M. JOSIE ROOERS, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician
No. 453 North Beach Street.
Office Hours, 12.30 to 2:30 and 6.00
to 7:1.
Telephone No. 122.

ROY nOWE. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Offce and residence: 123 So. Ridge-
wood Avenue, opp Ridgewood Ho-
tel. Phone 175. Offcehours: 9 to
11 a. m., 2 to4and 6:30 to 8 p.m.


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


Dr. Bobannon's
HOSPITAL and SANITARIUM,
Ftst Avesme, Daytmsa. Fa.
Twenty-six large, airy rooms, newly
furnished and fittU-d throughout with all
hospital conveniences. Thoroughly
equipped operating room on second
foor. For sterns address
C. C. BOHANNON, M. D.
Phoae 18t. IDAYTONA. FLORIDA.

cl, SCItNCIDER, 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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is your opportunity to buy one of
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Fitzgerald & Oates
Attorneys at Law
Special Attention to Rxaminung and
Perfecting Land Titea.
Conrad Block, DAYTONA, FLA.
Carv D. Laadto Bert Flah
LANDIS & riSH
Attorneys at Law
Practinue to al State ad Federal
COorts. Ciltl or COrminal usine glT*v-
en careful auentiom. Special faelti"s
for ivesang mad parleeating Utitles.

TITLES INSURED
Volusia County Abtract Investment
and Title ,wmmce Compay.
Abatreta furnished ad title perfect-
eda. M Plats ad Blue PrInta sp-
Bank, DeLandPla.

D. D. & C. M. ROGERS


Civil Engineers
DAYTONA FLA.


Daytona Office IFtpblisbed 1875

Daytona Private Hos-
pital and Sanitarium
Every facility for the proper treatment
and care of medical and surgical cases.
Electrical appliances, trained nurses,
quiet surroundings.. ecial attention
given to all paMiets. .erma on appli-
cation. No Br s Bach St.. Daytona.
Dr.O. A KLOCK
Physician in Charge.

SI, M. .

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office in Atwood block, up stairs.
Daytona, Florida.

GEO. WRAY
Dealer in Planes,
Player Pianos,
Pianos to Rent.
Concert Tuner.


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Plumbing and Heating Suies.

Brass and Galv. Pipe and Fittings.


Fairbanks & Morse Engines & Punps.

Niagara Hydraulic Rams.

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Mr. and Mrs L. D. Pitcher are
again at home on Orange avenue,
having arrived Thursday afternoon
from their old home at Dixon, 111,
where they spent the summer.
A recent letter to Col. C. M
Bingham from his daughter, Mrs. F.
B. Wright, states they are located
at St. Paul and Mr. Wright has a
Pullman run between that city and
Spokane.
Fine line of laces and embroid-
eries are being closed out at a great
sacrifice at Allan's.
J. R. Anthony, president of the
Anthony Brothers corporation, was
in the city from West Palm Beach,
Wednesday, going from this place
to Titusville, where he had business
to. transact.
Contractor (ove is pushing work
on the Thus. Il. White residence on
South Beach street, the foundation
for the building having been begun
Monday afternoon and now well
under way,


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475 A H Hutchinson
476 L B Bouchelle, agent

477 L B Bouchelle, agent

478 L B Bouchelle, agent
479 L B Bouchelle
4S0 Mrs Wm Kohlman
4S1 Mrs Wm Kohlman
482 Geo W Freeman
4S3 Ella D Lowe
484 M L Lewis
485 F M Steadman
486 J A Tedder
487 S F Cummings
48S Florida Blos.oms
4S9 Nat'l Amusement Co
490 W M Jones

491 Mrs S E Vases
492 Volusia County Bank
493 D Monk
494 Hotel Ormond
495 Hotel Ormond
496 O E Pratt
497 V M Green
498 A T Bigelow
499 W W Thompson
500 J W Gardner, Agent

501 I A Stewart
502 Egford Bly
503 M Davis
504 P Ackas
505 E R Murray
506 J P Thursby
507 Harper & Minshew
508 Harper & Minshew
509 The Prince George
510 The Ormond
511 The Ormond
512 Hotel Casadages
513 A Stripling
514 Geo A Main
515 E Anderson
516 The Ridgewood
517 The Pines
518 Daytona Electric Co
519 Wm Stiling
520 Merchants Bank
521 J C Butler
522 W R Phillips
523 Bishop & Co
524 Bishop & Co
525 C A Baker & Co
526 E S W Holland
5!7 E L Powe, Agent
528 E L Powe, Agen.
529 College Arms
530 C W Park
531 R W and J H Ball
532 D P Wrigley


533 M A Stout
534 Lewis Young
535 C W Williams
536 0 A Hitch
537 D B Hargreaves
5:38 E F Barney
539 D M Guleserian
540 Howard S French
541 C 0 Chamberlin
542 H W Blair


5.13 P S Feacher
544 A H Pelton
545, H D Luthge
546Cuthbert & Kyle
547 Putnam Innt
548 Seaside Inn
549 A Rabbit Foot
550 The Oakes
551 R L Babson
552 The Tourist
553 1 T Straglhn
554 D T Straghn
555 Wilson & Moore
556 J E Alexander
557 G W Webster
558 Daytona Beach Hotel
559 E A Whildon
560 Davis & Smith
.561 R S Maley
564 R S Maley
563 E L Potter
54 EL Potter
565 E L Potter
566 E L Potter
567 Krichell
568 JE Byrd & Son
569 J EByrd & Son
570 E E Ireland
571 L E Ellenwood
572 Magnolia Hotel
573 Arthur Wilkinson
574 A I Miller
575 J A Boyer
576 Lyceum Comedy Co
577 F J Alexander
578C E M'ers
579 J C Robinson
580 L, E Ellenwood
581 Princess Issena
582 C S Gould
583 Daytona Auto Transit Cc
584 A G Allen
585 S 1I Barber
586 S H Barber
587 Hotel Morgan
588 Maryland Amusement C<
589 King & Tucker
590 McCoy Bros
591 E D Spencer
592 C F Iurgman
593 C E Morehouse
594 C F Burgman
595 James Gainey
596 Henry Haynes
597 1l E Bostrom
598 W W Harris Agent
599 Hotel Cleveland
600 F W Sams
601 W IM Shaffner
602 F W Sams
603 Phillips Dramatic Co
604 F W Pope
605 P I, Paul
(06 MeCollough Bros
607 Bennett House
60S H S Walker
609 S A Baker
610S A Baker
611 C R Dilzer
612 C R Dilzer Agent
613 C R Dilzer Agent
614 Lee Smith
615 Osterling Amusement Ct
616 Ormond Hotel Co
617 J D C Morris
618 Ormond Building and
Loan Association


619 B 0 Powell
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Real estate
Hlartford of Hart-
ford Ins Co
Home of New
York Ins Co
LL & (; Ins ('o
Real estate
Green groceries
Lunch stand
Merchant
Merchant
Merchant
Itinerant photo.
Merchant
HIotel
Small show
Amusement park
Photographer per-
manently located
Merchant
Banking
Merchant
llotel
Garage
Merchant
Bowling alley
Dentist
Domestic tishi
dealer
Mutual Beneflit of
Newark
Lawyer
Latwver
Merchant
Restaurant
3 Pool talbles
Merchant
Merchant
Green groceries
Hotel
Liveryv
2 Billiard tabli.s
Ilotel
Barber 3 chairs
Merchant
Livery
Ilotel
11Hotel
Elet-trie supplies.
Mlercliant
Banking
Real estate agent
Real estate
Less 20 bbl still
Saw Mill
Merchant
Green groceries
Weighing maclhinie
Slot machine
lHotel
Small Show
Hotel
Photographer per-
muanctly located
Merchant
Li very
Merchant
Iteal estate
Merchant
Merchant.
Merchant
Real estate
llotul
Photograilher pe(r-
ai.tlaet ly oIaIuted
Alerchant
Merchant
Nantha latunchl
I 'ool tablle
Ilotel

Smaluall .-Jlow
Hotel
Merchant
Hotel
I)ruggist
1 Iruigist
Mercliant
I lawyer
Hotel
Hotel
Real estate
Merchant
MrchantI
Merch:ItI
Ilotel Clatrendtln

lBwling alley
i Hilliuird t:alle
Snimll s ,ilw
LIess 20 ubil .-till

Meicliantt
Naptha lantilli
iotel
Naptt ha lhiit l
Real ,-stat'-
Small sliuw
Small show
Merch:ant
i Avery
Sre(en gri'6-cri.s
Ferry
Hotel
I'lTrII. op tici:n
o (;irage
Small show
Hotel
Merchant
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642 J F Aid: i
643 Julius Young
644 E L Howard
S>. 645 J R Ellison
646 H Alexander
= 647 Barney Dillord
S64S V H Voorhes
649 Jas Carnell
5 0o 650 J H Schwegler
651 Johnson & Gray
2 5o 652 Win S Baynord
653 Levi Collett
2 5C 65-1 Cuthbert & Kyle
2 5c 635 Mfrs Smith
5 IO 656 J L Phillips & Co
1 50 657S B Green
2 5 65S E W S Holland
I o 6i9 Ariel Lumlwr Co
1 5 660 Ariel Lumber Co
S 5 661 Perry Williams
5 -.o 662 J W Reese
t 50 663.J W Smock
5 c0 664 Judy James
2 50 665 Mrs Wm Jackson
5 6'66 6( A Adams & Son
667 ('lark Meggs & Co
So 668 Clark Meggs & Co
5- 669 Clark Meggs & Co
7 5:. :670 Clark Meggs & Co
S5I 671 David King
7 o0 6 72 James Ilashaw
S2 5" 673 Jackson Buck
5 674 J.V Vaughni
2 5 6;75 J W McBride
60 (7; Groover & George
677 ('has A Kenney
2 5o 678 Chas A Kenney
679 J W Hlerington
i 6'40 It6 ) Taylor
-" -| 6S1 Franklin Vereen
i 62 John Henderson
,' 6S0 i3 S Ilaighl
5 t; 684 J Lee McCrory
22 23 6S5 P H Sanders
6S6 Alice Creigtiton
00 687 The Abstract Co
S' 688 Standard Oil Co
7 5 ; 699 Standard Oil Co
2o o, 690 H C Price & Bro
15 00 691 H C Price & Bro
00 692 Mason Holt
' 5 693 M Chandler & CtU
S o 694 J I Lawless
2 695 Drew & Murselwhite
12 5 69tt Drew & Murselwhite
2 '50 697 Gulf Refining Co
2 5 69S Gulf Retining Co
5 :699.11 DFerriter
7 o 700 Ellen Williama
500 701 Branch & Nicholson
5 oo 702, E A Branch
17 -o 703 L II Thompson
2 50 704 E 0 Painter Co

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Merchant
Launch
Hotel
Hotel Ponce Park
Merchant
Merchant
lDentist
Real esta-e
Merchant
Hotel Colonnades
Small show
2 pool tables
Merchant
Hotel '
Merchant
Garage
Merchant
Saw mill
Shingle mill
Lautch
Launch
Real estate,
Merchant
Hotel
Merchant
20-bbl Turp. still
Merchant
25-bbl Turp. still
Merchant
Merchant
Merchant
Merchant
Barber I chair
Merchant
Merchant
Real estate
Sou Fire Ins Co
Merchant
Merchant
Merchant
Merchant
Livery
Lawyer .
Barber
Merchant
Abstractors
Dealers in oil
Dealers in gasolint-
Turp still
Merchant
Merchant
Merchant
Merchant
Tutp. still
Merchant
Dealers in oil
Dealers in gasoline
Mercl'ant
Restaurant
l.ivcry"
Real estate
Lawyer
Job power press


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THE GLENN
* A loimelike Hlouse with all modern convieniences. Board with or without
Srotms. St ;o per (lay. Special by the week.
* North iBeoch st., Daytona. MRS. ELLA A. GLENN, Propr. *
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MISS ELLA HUGHES

Pupil of Siguor Garno, of the
Cincinnati College of Music.
Will recclve pupils. Special attention
to ttne work and study of the pudal.
At "'The Parkinson" from Dec. i to
Jan i. After Jan. ist at "The Ridge-
w<-od."


MASONIC DIRECTOlRV.
HA~LIF~AX IAOi)J. -No. 81, F. &- A. M
MectsIst1 and :"rd Tbatiidays.
-H.%L.I'AX CH-APTE~R, No. 5, Lt. A. %I.-
Meet* 2nd Thursday.
Oitia,NTAI. t'OMMINAN LbItY, No.-',,K.T'.--
L.IVK46)AK (HAI-TEA, No. 1. 0. E. S.-
MueUt4 2nd and 4th Tuesdays-
All meet int Masonilc Hall. Orange uvtenut-


A. GOODWIN
Frantictal
Mattress Maker
M t!r'. .- l l.-i t llm;dl< 'V itl (':I)*-.. H.:nt
I 'ii hioll-. IIagtit ( t t o 'rd-r.
s .ph,. 6,1ti N. i.-.':i h St. e'r obR4 lrb t -
.c:-k-l nil shop.


A POSTAL CARD

to M. H. Zuber, Daytona, will
bring you a strand of yellow
pine stove wood for $2.25,


or oak at $2.50.


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by becoming a life member of the
Gazette-News family. And though
we may not name him, long may he
live to enjoy this distinction and
the pleasure of perusing at each
week end the happenings of Day-
tona and vicinity, as chronicled in
the columns of the Gazette-News.


Washington's High Priced Shad.
Washington's steward was a man
named Fraunces, who liked good liv
Ing and with whom Washington con-
tinually quarreled about the market-
Ing. One time he bought a shad in
February, and as Washington saw it
coming Into the dining room he was-
charmed and asked what fish it was.
"It is a shad," replied the steward.


. "a very ne shad. It was the only
O RO N D I one In the market, and I bought it for
S New East Coast Booklet. you."
K !We have received the i9-il-10 "But what did you pay for It?' said
Washington sternly.
ORMOND, Oct. 27- -John Clem- book of iMformiatio.n for the East It s a very fine shad," continued
ents and wife, of Winnipeg, Mani- Coast of Florida bv the F. E. C. the steward, "and it Is cooked to a
toba, arrived last week. The weather lailway, which gives a list of hotels turn."
theas I "But I want to know the price-the
was getting fierce up there so they and boarding houses from Jackson- prices"
were glad to reach the Sunny South ville to H1 avana, Cuba. It is gener- "It cost $3," stammered out Fraunces.
once more. They have a fine winter oIS in its mIeltion of tile towns along "Take It away," said Washington as
he raised his hand; "take it away. It
home on South Palmetto street. this great line of railway, and also shall never be said that I set such an
('apt. Raymond and wife have ar- gives an interesting account, with example of luxury and extravagance."
rived from Erie, Pa, and are lo- views, of the onl sea-goin rail- And with that he drove the steward
rved from ri, an are o- s, the sa-oin ra- out of the room, and the shad was
cated on their houseboat as usual. way in the uorld. You can find eaten in the servants' kitchen.
G. A. Carleton is putting down much information concerning the'
some fine concrete walks for Miss last Coast of Florida, the winter She Liked Silk Hosiery.
S to Susan B. Anthony was a woman of
Margaret owe, who is expeetedto tou rist section of North America, in simple taste in dress, but her close
be at her home on Granada avenue this publlication aw'l a copy can be friends knew of one pretty feminine
this winter. Ihad byv llire.s.ig JI. l ahner, yanity that she always held to. She
had a weakness for silk stockings. Be-
A. Buck and J. Davis, acconi- gencr.l p.ia.sv.ngecr agent, St. Augus- ing pressed on one occasion for an ex-
panied by .h.eir wives, are cruising tine, Fla. planation of what most women at one
on the launch Syra8. They exitctli time regarded as an unnecessary ex-
Sravagance, she laughingly exclaimed:
to orn as far South, iaw StT-.t.. -I .- ..- ... '


Miss Ella Foulk took a trip to St.


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it.,: A I t 1k v a A %.t uII. VJL
-.,. Augustine this week to see an eve :
i:" specialist.,
-, Among the arrivals th,. 10. few *
days are Mr. and Mrs. W. A. IBarker, .l- I-11t sevtr:dtl ldas ,l:st week
il New SiiVIra.
of Newport. R. I l,.- a
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Freeman andl is MMonld accompanied
child, of lahway, N. J., arrived last Mrs. Alfred.l .M1)-i)al hoIne to Oak
Hill.
week, bringing with them ;1-w1
0 A1t ,1n ,,rris w ent to Ilu ia
s. automobile which they drove down u h-;y is ,,ht to I"nia;
.,, from Jacksonville. It-k frhit n 1.
< truck faro.
vit, We are glad to seue ,re old friend. Mrs. Lon littl
H^ Mrs. Eniina Lonzg and litttlt st
i!,: Harrison Bristol, on our streets ,. s.
agn. arrived fro New Iri visited her parents, Mr ail Mrs.
agaani. Ho arrived from New Birit--, n .
-'lonh~son, her- till-i weik.
ian, Conn., Monday. t
an, Conn Mr. and .Mrs. NX,.lin have rented
The town was greatly shocked on; art of Mrs. l'arrT.t's house on!
Monday to hear of the death of Mrs., I -rage .-it'
Ellen Pinkerton Aunt Netl. Shit, at. al r j. t, C i. Fozzan-,l ar-
and her husband were rifong th. rivei, Fridlay after travclinu over
-to,. first settlers in Ormofd, cmaing t,,a th' "i(,le of the Ililted
t, here in the 7(0s. S btd been Easi States and lCauadat. We a:t glad
1,1: the past two year b tad made ar- t, see them hc a h |
rangements to return uis month t Mrs !)h,,,,,t ,,, ,- ,,,, -i .a.t.,-


10oh, I just love -em! They are an in-
spiration. If I have my silk stockiugs
on when I rise to make an address t
feel just as If I am walking among
it4 clouds. They help me to soua
away onu flghu. of eloquence. I
wouldn't be without then1m.'

Just the Tbing.
The poet took his silver mounted
pistol from the bureau drawer.
"What are you going to do with
that?' asked his timid wife.
"I'm going to use it to drive the wolf
'',,,uj thie doorr,' he aitswered
*'1i minulintes later tlie pawvniirokle
wtdid advaticed $2 on it.-Chicago News.

Headed Him Off.
lte-You know. Clair, ablat tlhe di;.
1itond engagetment ring I wanit to gi'.
you. dianiolulds have gone uIi .4,- siSnt
-Ih. you dear boy! How sweet ."
y ou to want to make sacrifices t,
-*rove vyur love.-Baltimore Aumerical.


Lost Opportunity.
Wifoy-I remember the night y,,u
proposed to me-I bent my head awl
aiWd nothiutg. Hub (coumforttigly-1I
know it worries you, dear: hut never
Ilihndi- u -voi'vs. in l .tn f'r It itn'e.-


ELLA DeVOY & CO.


LADIES HATTERS.


special attention given

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The stars and stripes will unfM-l iu *u lt sii"iubi I
to the breeze on November 3rd, to 4** .*q
welcome the Daughters to "Tepee .at the last
Pazuta," the beautiful little bnga- h tutg in
low of Dr. A. T. Bigelow, of Sea- meiMt B to Ibe t prOOL
breeze. The program for the after- st l m W~-Mht m|nalsp30
ntakemnr thaecenteati of tProf
noon will be "Vacation Experi- Henry, a try wi t airrimiew1M
ences;" responses-current events Bwery mOet the ety ,.f Pro
pertaining to women's work. The He to theb t b had one
ject in esemm, and that was "rats.w
meeting will be held at 2:31) p. m. As pro~eEr H[eary, who ved
the east eandt. of the buImdldt, was
Have Leased The Cleveland. tearing. toanaccount o the I
wrought In his home during that
Mrs. W. H. Delmore and her Professor Spencer Baird walked
daughter, Tillie C. Delmore, and said, just as if he had been t
daughter, Miss Tille C. Delmore, wingevery word of the- fa fily
arrived last week from Thousand versation, "I have just been told
Island Park, New York, where they there is a man in Philadelphia
V.11ducted the New Arlington during can rid this place of rats."
Pd w Arrofessor Henry's eyes expressed
the summer, and the latter part of interest and incredulity at the same '
the wcek leased, through the Nor- moment
S"I have his address here," went Cn
man S. Dayton Ieal Estate Agency, the assistant secretary. "He cals
The Cleveland, on Magnolia avenue- himself the 'ratten konig' and yon't
M s. and Miss D elniore,being experi- take a cent if a rat remains and W"-
"We'll send for him if it takes oir
enced in hotel management, propose last thousand cents to do it!" sail
to keep The Cleveland up the popu- Professor Henry and laughingly pre-
lar standardd establishe-d by the dieted the repetition of the fauiou oil
s d N. S tale of the Pied Piper of Hameluin.
owners, Mr. and .Mrs. 8. I. Green. Several days later the "rat king"
-- appeared in Washington. He was al-
Claimed By Death. most as short as he was broad and
wore clothes too loose for description;
Mrs. lioherta Hills Van Dorn, they had no shape. He carried a large
'ife of WVm. \Vn )orn, (ied Satur- oilcloth sack and a covered basket.
His penetrating blue eyes were almost
'lay ni iht of pneumonia, after a covered by shaggy eyebrows, and his
brief illness, blond hair had not been cut. but hag-
The funeral services were (eld at gled. His manner was short and
Brisk, and he went straight to the
ithe Biitlhain & Maley unji taking point, talking to Professor Henry in
parl,,rs Sundav alterna i at 2:4)0 German.
o'clock, lev. F. Marslnd Rev. He declared that not a rat would be
clock, hev. Mar Re. In the building three days hence if his
Dana Sherrill olfficialing. The in- directions were obeyed. During that
terment was at l'inew-ood Cemetery. time he would stay In the basement
Mrs. Van Iorn, who was a niece alone; every door was to be locked,
and on no-account was he to be dis-
of Assistant Postmaster L. J. Cowan, turbed until he gave them the signal.'
was quite a young woman and leaves So they left him in absolute darkness
in addition to her husband two and carried out his directioms
On Sunday morning the queer ol
small sons, both mere babies, man emerged from the darkness si
Mr. Van Dorn has the sympany of confident of his success that he. re-
the community in his sudden and fused to accept the money which was
his due then and there, but insisted
sore bereavement. that Professor Henry mail the check
to him in Philadelphia the following
A Life Subscriber. week.
"Now you can leave your food in the
The Gazette-News subscription basement, and it won't be touched,
SAnd I won't take a cent If you are
list is a long one and a good one troubled with rats," were his parting
and not a few of -the subscriptions words,
are paid well into the future, but Cheese and cake were directly placed
onesUscriber as i e about the building to tempt the rats.
one subsber has outdistanced all Morning after morning they were
others and shown his confidence found as they had been left, and from
in the future of Davtona and the that day to this the Smithsonian insti-
azette- s and i tutlon has never been seriously trou-
(,azette-Xewand11 his appreciation bled with rats. And no one has ever
of the efforts of the latter to assist found out the secret of the "rat king's"
in earrvin- on the work of nroress method.-Youth's Companion.




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