Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: November 6, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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OWN. Bv~rvwbwo. tomb. AD GWOBMe.

Daytona, Florida, November 6, 1909.

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

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First National



St. Augustine


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.

232 South Beach Street.


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Picture Frames, Door and Wit
Cottage Avenue, I


Wood WorKer.
ndow Screens made to order.

ppppe*:.ee:@S@*@O#S@C*S as

oend Lumber Company,
th, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime
Seen i t. Office and Yard.: East Coa
d CemRent in Stock. Railway and Orange Avenue
LS--lond Mill, Atlahtic Ooast Line Ry.. 100 miles south of Jacksonviolle.
Kalamaaoo. on Banaord Branch cl the F. E. C. Ry.

Phone 83

R. J. MALBY, Manager.

x a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Roof, a Hot Air Furnace,
of the other metal necessities required to complete a modern
ag, remember that
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t CORNE ST E LAID dent Holloway and Capt Geo. W.
0f NCT S Many ofthe audience believing
O Mr. Holloway to be the last speaker
atsIt Itarose to depart and had to be re-
Followed By the Meeting at the called to listen to a short but inter-
.t. ..t. i testing speech by Capt. Lynch on
Sto t the necessity of better means of edu-
State Educators. cation in the State. Capt. Lynch
Monday was an important day in referred in humorous manner to the
the history of Daytona and the hurry of the audience to depart.
double event of laying the corner He said he hoped to return later
stone of the new public school build- without the menagerie he was then
ing and the reception of the com- carrying with him and would then
mittee of State Educators at the devote a half day or all day to tell-
Armory drew hundreds of people to- ing them the things which lack of
gether at these places in the after- time then prevented his doing. He
noon, the nearby towns of Seabreeze, then called for nominations for press
Daytona B"ach, Ormond, Holly Hill ident and secretary for a Woman's
and Port Orange and even New School Improvement Association in
Smyrnaa and DeLand being well Daytona which resulted in the elec.
represented in the ring. tion of Mrs. W. H Edmondson for
The coi ner stone laid "accord the former and Mrs It. S. Maley for
ing to ancient ft asonry and in the latter position. This closed the
ample form" b ffax Lodge No meeting
81, F. & A. M this city, with, The Armory was crowded, but in
Past Grand Mas James Carnell lo ,king over the assemblage, the re-
as Grand Master and G. B. Seaman, porter could not help but be im-
Past Grand Commander Knights pressed with the fact that as woman
Templar, of Wisconsin, as Grand 'is the mainstay of religion, so is sle
Marshal. the backbone and support of educa-
The Grand Lodge was opened at tion, for the male population of Day-
Masonic Hall, on Orange avenue, at tona was conspicuous only ly it,
1:00 p. m, and at 1:30 the members absence, the audience being ninety
of Halifax Lodge and visiting breth- per cent women and children.
ren to the number of fifty or more
paraded from the lodge room by TAMPA TO JACKSOVILE
way of Palmetto avenue to the loca-
tion of the new school building on RUN ;AS BEEN PSTPONED.
Bay street, preceded by the Day-
tona Citizens Band.
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On reaching Volusia avenue the,
pupils of the grammar and high
schools and their teachers were
found stationed in line on either side
of the roadway from that avenue to:

WvillStart iNovember 23, InStead

of the Fourth as Was

Originally Panned.
At a recent meeting of the Tampa

Bay street and as the Masonic body Automobile Club it was decided th. t
-assed between these charming the endurance run from Tampa to J
ranks the latter fell in line and fol- Jacksonville and return, which was e
!to have been started N Tovembero4,d13
lowed to the scene of the impressiveto have been tartd November 4,
eremonv, where a platform had be postponed until Tuesday, o-
been erected for the use of the ivember 23, in order that the con- 0
Grand Lodge, closely adjoining the necting roads could be improved by
corner stone which haa been pro-.the different counties before the
pared for the occasion. event. If the date had remained at
... .. ", i November 4, so the members stated, r
After an opening selection by theI e the e e
a a the a. b M the roads would be in the same con '
band and the announcement by Mr. dI Pt ng r
r" .......1 ter "**I dition as when the Pathfindmg Car 3
Carnell that the Masonic fraternity i .a e..the a .it r
... .. ,_ passed over them, and it is remem-
was acting by invitation of the local. bered th. at t me, e
.... bered that at that time they were "
school trustees silence was comn-
e d. .t. es tn. pretty bad in some places. It is
manned and the interesting cere- h ".
.- -- I assured that when the official race '
mony of laying the corner stone was s n o i ra
-- -' .-, "" is run many new improvements will
conducted by Grand Master Carnell u n i
ndte br te an be made and in the event that the
and the members of the Grand .,
o, ge. tourists decide to go south overland 6
they will not encounter the obstacles
Following the ceremony Mr. Car- that have made Florida an n 'eir
nell introduced Rev. A. J. Wilder, able state for motorists.
rector of St. Marys Episcopal The St. Augustine Record saysthat
Church and a member of the Day- the roads of St. Johns County will be
tona school board, who made a brief in tip-top- condition from the Volusia.
address and then in turn introduced Duval County line by that
eryp the Dest ounty line by that
Hon. Charles Dougherty, who very time. Pinestraw will be placed over ,
interestingly compared the Daytonasandy spots and all bad places
of today with the Daytona of forty made passable, so that machines
years ago when deer, turkeys and il nt be delayed at all.
bears roamed freely over the spot __i
now occupied by the school build- Addition to The Prince George.
ing. He also spoke at some length
on the great advantages of civiliza- i
,men, inrcharge of R. R, Posten,
tion and education of which schools men, charge of R. Poste
were the foundation. began work Monday upon a consid-
Fow i. Co, D, h r s a erable addition to The Prince George
Following Col. Dougherty s ad-i on North Beach street. he south
dress the ceremonies were closed by o .
e n liese iCos by front of the hotel will be carried to
the singing of a Soldiers Chorus by ,
the pupils of the High School and theadding sme height asor the baane,
their teachers. The Masonic breth- dine enral
ren then returned to the lodge room aneiompr tdi ene appear-
as they had come, attended by the
band as far as Volusia avenue,
where the musicians turned to the, .. r
S ,. -c of St. Pauls Catholic church, re-
Armory in which the crowd was*
.o. w.i.h. turned last Saturday afternoon from
gathering to listen to the addresses .,
of te tat Ed t: an extended sojourn North, looking
of the State Educatoand feeling much better for the
All business houses closed in the Father O'Boyle .ited at
afternoon and the day proved to be Philadelphia, at various points in
exceptionally line and balmy. The the New England Statesan. Canada
only drawback to the occasion, and during his absence.
one which could not well be avoided,
was the congested condition about
the building caused by the quanti- f / le/
ties of brick and other material piled "- .
in close proximity, which prevented


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Two Cases Are To Be Coasidered
By the Grand Jury this
Term of Court.
The following petit and grand
jurors have been summoned for the
fall term of the Circuit Court which
convenes at DeLand next Tuesday:
W. H. Eick, Daytona.
John Messing, Daytona.
Fred Carnell, Ormond.
F. G. Bennett. Oak Hill.
C. A. Berry, New Smyrna.
Riley Guess, Emporia.
J. E Field, DeLand.
Fred Kingston, Kingston.
W. D. Cade, DeLand.
W. C. Haven, DeLand.
A. A. Ferguson, Seville.
It L. Papy, Daytona.

W. L. McDaniel, Port Orange.
G. W. Scammell, Orange City.
J. Win. Hunter, DeLand.
T. J. Newman, Seville.
Jas Kincaid, Daytona.
R. J. Bishop, DeLand.
J. W. McBride, Emporia.
H. C. Buckland, Seabreeze.
E. P. trierson, DeLand.
J. T. Wells. Jr., Port Orange.
H. H Marsh, DeLand.
W. A. Ball, Daytona.
H. J. Bird, DeLand.
L. E Bostrom, Ormond.
Albert Turner, Barberville.
Gordon Farriera, New Smyrna.
D. B. Fanning, DeLand.
It. C. Bushnell, DeLand.
There are two cases for the grand
ury to investigate-both the prison-
ers (now confined in jail) being
negroes, and both their victims being
little negro girls. One case-that
of H. A. Frazier, was passed up to
&he Circuit Court from the Criminal
Jourt, the solicitor copsideriag the
rime rape, instead of attempt to
rape, as first charged. The victim
was a little negro girl about seven
years of age, the daughter of a man
named Bayard, who works for W.
C. Watts, of DeLand. The crime
was committed on "Methodist Hill,"
a negro settlement of DeLand.
Fred Lane, an Ormond negro, is
charged with the rape of a negro
girl about ten years of age, at Or-

Lyceum Course.
The Daytona Lyceum Committee
s now ready to present the series
of entertainments secured for the
coming season. The appreciation
)f the effort put forth last year was
so encouraging that we feel the sup-
port of a Lyceum Course is no
longer an experiment in Daytona.
We have secured an even better
course than we had last year.
The Hungarian Orchestra alone is
worth the price of a season ticket.
This orchestra is composed of six
thoroughly competent musicians led
by Lipski, one of the ablest musical
leaders in his country. We are
promised a fair proportion of clas-
sical and popular music.
The other musical number is the
Toronto Male Quartet which is, we
believe, superior to the one we had
last year. They vary their program
by giving Scotch selections in cos-
tume and by playing the maroharp.
In place of the impersonator of
last year we have the humorous lect-
urer, Ralph Ringham-monologue
artist, story teller and musician.
We have been fortunate enough
to secure for the fourth number,
Byron King. He is one of the
strongest speakers on the platform
today. Not a serious lecturer, not
a humorist, he moves his audience
alternately with humor and pathos.
Stetson University insists on his.
annual appearance.
We believe that the four number. sb!

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Cottages for Rent.

Ocean Boulevard and Grandview
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(INCORPORATED) Seabreeze, Nov. 2.-Seabreeze school
-- I closed Monday afternoon for a half holi-l
Entered at the Postoflice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. day to give the teachers and pupils an!
opportunity to attend the corner stone!
I laying of the new school building and
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. the educational rally at Daytona. The
One copy one yr $1.50 school was represented at the cere-
One copy ix months.............. .75 monies and speaking by the entire fac-

One copy three months ........... .40




Volusia County May Swing Into County Solicitor Will Prosecute

Line of Progress on
Good Roads.
Sentiment towards good roads
has been rapidly developing all over
Floridaof late and it looks as if Vo-
lusia, the banner county of them all,
will soon swing into line and im-
prove its roads. At the the meeting
of the Board of County Commission-
ers held at DeLand Monday evening
and Tuesday morning the following
resolution was adopted and ordered
spread on the minutes:
Resolved, that at the next meet-
Sing of the board the matter of pro-
posing a bond issue for $250,000 or
such other sum as deemed advisable,
| for the purpose of building good
roads in Volusia County, be taken
up and considered."
It is the intention of the hard to
gather data before the next meeting
and when the election is ordered the
call will contain a stipulation of just
what roads are to be built. The
idea is to build trunk line roads to
all parts of the county so that all
taxpayers in the county will Ib ben-
efited. A commission consisting of
representative business men will be
proposed to act as commissioners to
handle the money derived fr m the
sale of the bonds.
From present indications and the
increasing sentiment all over the
county there seems to be little doubt
S. ---but what a bond issue will carry,
and if it does a system of hard
roads will be built that will make
Volusia County take the front ranks
L in the State's progress and prosper-
I ity.


Port Orange, Nov. 3.-W. V. Car-
ter brought in a sample of rice
grown on his place north of the vil-
lage. The stalks measured six feet.
i There were 24 stalks in the bunch.
The grain was equally good.
Will Mets has opened a meat
market in the store room adjoining
SS.G. Martin's store.
Our young people enjoyed a pil-
lau on the river shore Monday even-
ing of last week. The evening was
perfect and so was the pillan. All
had a good time.
SMegsers. I. J. Wells and' F. O.
Sparkman drove over to l~Land
Tuesday of last week, returning
T Wednesday.
SSome of our enterprising citizens
have trimmed up the trees on Dun-
lawton avenue.
Mr. Appenzellar has had fl >w well
H: put down on his lot.
,. Mr. Winn has placed a good water
| trough just outside the school yard
| fence for the benefit of thirsty
I horses, etc.
Mr. Wilcox arrived from Green-
ville, S. C., Saturday.
Chauncy Vass drove to Orlando
I- in his auto last week, goiug over
I and back the same day.
IW. C. Howes has received a car
load of orange boxes for the Chris-
tiancy groves.
Mrs. I. J. Wells and son have
bought lot 4, block H, from Mrs. E.
D. McLeod.

Mr. LeFills, the popular sal sman
tx,- It nl;,* t PA n11lr A P. .....

All Charged With Its
There has been considerable
query of late as to the enforcement
of the 'mullet law" and the Gazette-
News has asked County Solicitor
Bert Fish for his version of the
matter. The following is his reply:
"Section 3774 of the General Statutes
of the State of Florida is as follows:
"Closed Season for Mullet: It shall
be unlawful to catch any mullet with
seines or nets in any of the waters of
this State between the 15th day of No-
vember and the 31st day of December
of each year.
"I do not find that this section has
been repealed although a session of the
legislature has intervened since the
revision of the General Statutes. I
take it that the provision above quoted
means what it says and 1 therefore shall
consider it my duty to prosecute any
who are brought before the the Criminal
Court charged with its violation."

Citizens Must Remove Trash.
Leaves, brush and other trash
must not be left on the street park-
age for the city wagons, as they will
not remove stuff of this character.
Owners of adjacent property must
see to the removal of refuse of this
kind and the mayor has instructed
the marshal to notify all parties so
leaving trash for over twenty-four
It should also be understood that
it is incumbent upon the owners
and residents to keep the street
parkage adjoining their property in
good condition. It is unlawful to
burn leaves or trash upon the park-
age, or build fires'upon it for any

First Suggestion For Name.
Editor Gazette-News:-I notice
in the Gazette-News that names are
requested for the City Park.
I suggest "Wronita," as that was
the name the early Florida Indians
of this section called this part of
the country and their "Caiyui," or
head chief was "Ostinola"-think
that also would be a good name.
Very Truly Yours,
Port Orange.

M. E. Church Announcement.
You are invited to attend the ser-
vices at the Methodist Episcopal
Church, Sunday, Nov. 7th.
Sunday School, 9:15 a. m. At
this session the pastor has a men's
class, undenominational, where diff-
different subjects are discussed.
Come and get into the 'ring,
Preaching service at 11:lK) a. m.
Subject of seram -" lrih 'urec-
ognized Christ" At this service,
Mrs. Chowning will sing.
Evening service at 7:3) p. m.
Subject of the sermon -"Laugh-
ter of the Soul at Itself."
All those who do not have a
church home will find a hearty wel-
come with us. We have a home-
like church and a home-like people.
Horace H. Malliison. Pastor
.Phone 28 will lall for your clean
ing and pressing. 0 S. Burnett.tf

Your foods are in


Hallowe'en lunch party, given at the
Methodist parsonage Saturday evening
drew a large crowd, who were well en-
tertained by a tine musical program as
well as sustained by the tempting re-
freshments offered. The reception com-
mittee was appropriately attired in
phantom costumes, and the waitresses
bedecked as witches. The decoration
throughout the rooms as well as the
table service carried out the idea of
wittllhpa' niaht th, ll ziv ;11. --- i.* J -.-,.**

Abererombie, of the Baptist Church.
Daytona, preached Tuesday evening;
Rev. Porter, District Superintendent,
filled the appointment Wednesday ev-
ening, and Rev. Mallinson, of the Day-
tona Methodist Church, Thursday ev-
ening. Next Sunday is the Fourth
Quarterly Meeting of the Conference
year and services will be conducted by
Rev. Porter.
The Brown building, which, until re-
cently was occupied by the Selden Com-
pany, has just been leased for the season
by the Foster Company, of Daytona..
who will open a branch gents' furnish-
ing store.
Mrs. E. C. Hibbard went toSt. Augue-
tine Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. Cherry and party arrived from
Aurora, Ill., Tuesday, and will spend
the winter in his pretty new bungalow
on Palmetto avenue.
Mrs. Beazel is expected to arrive from
Boswell, Ind.. this week to occupy her
cottage on Palmetto avenue. She will
be accompanied by her granddaughter,
Miss Lizzie Kirtley, who will spend the
winter %ith her, and Andrew Johnson
and wife, who will occupy rooms in the
Bleekman apartment house.
Rev. Grant Stewart and wife arrived
from Seattle, Wash., this week and are
now with his mother, Mrs. Julia Stew-
art, with whom they will spend the
winter. Mr. Stewart is a very able
preacher, and stands prominent in
church circles.
Mrs. Eliza Wright will entertain the
Sans Souci Club at the home of Mrs.
Esch, on Peninsula Drive, Wednesday
afternoon, November 10.
Ray Selden and Mr.. Thompson took
advantage of the excursion rates to
make the boat trip to Titusville Sunday.
Mrs. Maretta Brooks has moved from
the Horn cottage on Seabreeze avenue
to Brookhurst on Palmetto, where she
will conduct her classes, as usual.
Archie Yelvington came over from
Crescent City the latter part of last
week on a visit home, and left Sunday
for Fort Pierce to accept a position.
Mrs. Creel, Mrs. H. H. Strother's
aunt. and her cousin, Mrs Brubaker,
and two daughters arrived from Federal
Point for a week's visit at the strother
home on Seabreeze avenue.
Miss Keating gave a Violet Tea at
Ocean Villa Friday afternoon of last
week. The decorations, dresses and re-
freshments were in violet tints. A de-
lightful time was enjoyed by the com-
H. C. Copenbarger and R. B. Walker
arrived from Greary, Okla, this week
and are guests at the White House.
Jack Silvertein and bride (nee Miss
Loeb) arrived from Boyne City, Mich.,
Sunday afternoon and are pleasantly lo-
catad at The Pinehurst. Mr. Silver-
stein took snap judgment on his
friends; and although they were quite
unprepared to greet him as a benedict
their congratulations were none the less
hearty. The marriage took place last


on Highways.
Some time ago- charges of drunken-
ness and cruelty against Charles Swart-
engreen, captain of the convict guards
of Volusia county, were lodged with the
Commissioner of Agriculture. The mat-
ter was taken up by the Board of
County Commissioners at DeLand.
Tuesday morning and. after a thorough
investigation, the following resolution
was adopted and ordered spread on the

An Ofcia Vis -
Dr. Orpha D. Bruce, Gand -
tron of the Grand Chapter 0O.-. 'S.
of Florida, will be in Daytoin est,
week and will pay an official vituo'
Live Oak Chapter No. 1, at the Ma-
sonic Hall on Orange avenue Tue9-
day night. All visiting members
of the order are invited to be. pres-


Mrs.0M. 8. Hunt and her
Miss Lena Thynne, went to
nwdo Peach Wednesday for a



Episcopal Services.

minutes: St. Mary's, Daytona, Service and
"Resolved: That after a careful in- Sermon, IL:(N) a m. Music by
vestigation of the charges against vested choir.
Charles Swartengreen, captain of county nra-ft Church, Port Orange, set-
convicts, we find no proof of his being vice and senron. k3:0) p. m.
intoxicated while on duty and further Grace Church, New Smyrna. Ser-
that he has not gone beyond his rights: vice and S rmon, 7:1)0 p. m.
in his treatment of unruly convicts."
It was ordered that the clerk of the pR YO .
Board notify the Commissioner of Agri- CURE YOUR Ki EYS.
culture that the Board will do all in its No Need to Take Any. Further Risks.
power to conform to State regulations Why wil people continue to suffer the
for the care of county convicts. ag ,n .,l kidney conpin ut, backarhe,
The clerk was instructed to advertise uriary o fkiddrs.neylaiplaint., badache,
for bids for the lease of all county con- lianur., why dallo thneselves to le-
victs whose time shall be over five -,o:t ,.,n,,vi, invalid, wlhen a certain
months and who shall be over the age il i ,,ered .,t
of sixteen years, females excepted, pro- l)oau's Kidneyr Pills is the reudy to
viding in said notice that the lessee .hall Is^euse it gives to the kidneys the
furnish said convicts with all necessary help thnuse it gives to their work the
supplies. If you Iave ntzy, ovn on, of tl.e
The following road and bridge reports syfptouIe, kidne~ v diseases, ure your-
were then submitted at the November ",elf now r, i ,-,, dr r
mwlf now before diab4tes, dropsy or
meeDistrict No. I-Repair on Orange Bright's disease sAts in. C'an Davytona
District No. 1-Repairs on Orange resident demnd or convincing proof
City and Enterprise road and Enter- than thefolpwinrg:
prie and Oteen road. Mrs. Anna Daniels, Sixth st., Palatka,
District No. 2-Repairs to Delandt Fla., sys: "I suffered severely from
and Orange City shell road, pinestraw- .dull, n mging backaches and had the
ing DfLand Junction road to St Johns dl, g a a h. th.
ng DeLand Junction road to St Johnsd most distressing pains through my kid-
uver, one mile pinestraw on DeLandne. Mornings I feltso weak and lae
and DeLeon road, and repairs to bridges t* t I ,hil haIlly get arou nd. Too
on DeLand and Daytona road. that p4ould hasillgeo around Too
District No. 3-Pinestrawing DeLand frioent paHSsaged of the kidney sere-
d n r r o tions also caused me considerable an-
and DeLeon road, repairs on Barber- noy leading of Doan's Kidaey
ville and Volusia road and repairs to Pills being mh impressed, I pro-
bridge on Seville and Daytona road. curedPills and beingd bean their use. The
Also progress on DeLeon shell road. uredb a erx ndbgan their use. The
ba District No. 5-General repairs. kidneys became normal. I have often
The attorneys of the Board were in- told y friends of the me rit of l oam's
structed to draw contract for rent of Kiny Pills." 17
the Daytona armory to the State for KiForsale by all 17rs. Price 0 cents
one year on condition that the State For sale-by all Co.lers, Buffalo, N. Y.,Price sole
pay a rental of $25 per month for same. Fosterilbu Co. Buffalo N. Y., sole
The report cf committee appointed to agent for the United States.
mark and vkw road from Orange City Renmember the name--Doan's--nd
to Thrasher's Ferry was received and tkeD no other.




Two furnished firoat m=m0j
floor of Atlantic block, oppeae

Will rent or lease the two le
stores recently oeepied by theBh
Furniture Co. These stems wil
in fine shape. Eaqire of
posite Y=N

ulty and a large number of the older
Chas. F. Burgman, real estate agent,
is having the Waterman place put in
fine shape by a fresh coat of paint for
the house and a cleaning up of the
grounds; also the Ellsworth corner lot
and various other properties which have
been put in his charge are being well
taken care of.
Miss Gertrude Mims, who has been
visiting- her sister, Mrs. Wakefield, for
two weeks' past, left Monday for her
home at Bonaventure.
Miss Minnie Kelly returned last Fri-
day from Elmira, N. Y., and is busy
getting the Elmira cottage ready for
several winter residents who are ex-
pected soon, am6ng the number Dr.
and Mrs. Messenger who were with her
last winter
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Holmes and
granddaughter, Delia Towne, arrived
last Thursday from Lansing, Mich., and
will spend the winter Ps usual in their
home on Valley street.
Mrs. W. A. Baggett is having various
changes and improvements made at her
home on Valley street. The porch and
dining room are being extended, etc.
Jerome Wetherby has had a letter
from Mr. Gray of the Colonnades in
which he states that he and Mrs Gray
will be here sometime this week. They
expect to come by motor cal from Jack-
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Fogg, who have
spent some weeks in New York and the
Catskills, arrived home last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lowe and Mrs. Britt re-
turned Tuesday trom the Adventist
camp meeting at Orlando.
Mr. and Mrs. Buckner returned home
from a summer spent at Indianapolis,
Ind., and are occupying their cottage on
the beach.
Mrs. J. Bianchi arrived from St. Louis.
Mo., Friday afternoon and joined Mr.
Bianchi at their residence on Halifax
avenue. She attended her son's wed
ding in New York before going to St.
Louis, where she spent several weeks
with her daughter, Mrs. John Bronson.
Mr. and Mrs. Swabey, a ho have been
occupying a beach cottage, left Monday
on their return to Huntington.
Mrs. Denison-Williams, of New York,
is expected this week at the Mayfield,
where she will spend a short time, await-
ing the vacating of the Phil. Stuart
home on Atlantic avenue, which she has
leased for a year. Mrs. Williams has
spent a number of winters in Seabreeze
and although she has traveled over
Florida considerably, thinks there is no
other spot quite so desirable as our little
J. S. Springer, of Marietta. Ga., ac-
cepted a position in the Williams de-
partment store Nov. 1. Mr. Springer
was a popular solicitor for this firm last
Mr. and Mrs. P. Stuart and family
will move to Blake Friday, where they
bave a home and small farm.
Mrs. Middirton and Violet came home
Tuesday from St. Augustine, where they
bh *e been spending several months with
the former's sons, Drew and Harry.
Mrs. Wm,. C. Norton, of Crescent City,
is at The Mayfield for several weeks'
stay. Mr. Norton. who is proprietor and
manager of the Grove Hall Hotel at
that place, was over for a short stay a
few days ago.
L. F. Farlow. of the firm of Taylor &
Farlow, spent part of last week at Titus-
ville, where they have a branch business.
W. L Diggett and family left Tues-
day for Lake Como where be will spend
his vacation.
Dr. E. L. Potter and family left Tues-
day afternoon for New York and other
points after a two week's stay.
Alfred Heath had an attack of happen
dicitis Monday night and on Tuesday
morning was taken to Dr. Bohannon's
sanitarium in Daytona, and underwent
an operation.
C. F. Burgman spent Saturday in
Jacksonville and Palatka. On Monday
he was called to DeLand on business.
Miss Helen Burgman and Mary Evern-
den were hostesses at a very deligbful
Hallowe'en party Saturday evening at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F.

Pupil of Sigmor ma, I

Will receive paa Spe0a"
to tone work aid stay I
At "The Parkimmr" omw
Jan x. After Jam. at at "The

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* Beautifully located on Magnolia Avenue opposite the poatofflee. Bera
- has all modern improvements. Hot and cold baths, lghted with m
* plE aant verandas. NORTHERN COOKING. Best of table board ad
service guaranteed.

here, having spent several winters at' inal principlesof plants known to act most .
The Colonnades, and Mr. Silverstein s! beneficially and combining them most M IA I
one of our regular winter visitors. skillfully, in the right proportions, with e
Dr. Van Valzah, Messrs. Hunter and.
Dr. n Valzah, M oessrs. Hunter and its wholesome and refreshing Syrup of ,
Thompson left Monday for Harwood, alifornia Figs.
where, as guests of Mr. Curry, they an- talifornia Figs. LADIES
ticipate a royal hunting trip. As there is only one genuine Syrup of, I
Miss Mqna Mandigo arrived from Figs and Elixir of Senna and as the gen-
Brooklyn, N. Y the latter part of last uine is manufactured by an original Sp al
week ou a visit to her cousin, Mrs. Ed- j mthod known to the California Fig Syrup pec l a
ward Curtis, op Peninsula Drive. She Co. only, it is always necessary to buy the
expects to remain until after the holi-; genuine to get its beneficial effects. 10 fitting 8 {
days. A knowledge of the above facts enables
Mrs. W.F. jleekma arrived from; onto ineinitationsor toreturn them customer an
Sprout Creek, N. Y., and is at home on e to decline citations or to return the
Valley street. Mrs. Wykoff, who was i"upon viewing the package,thefullname d
here last winter, came down from New of the adiforni- Fig SyrupCo. isnot found guaranteed.
York with Mrs. Bleekman. printed u the front tpreof. efe --



attention given

ch and every

d satisfaction

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Sakreeze and Dytona Bea. j aasw
MRS. H. A. BERNARD, Editor.
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filed..commnittee discharged and opening
of said road advertised for 30 days.
The notary bond of Anne M. Hobbs
and F. N. Conrad, of Daytona, and
A. Anman, of Daytona Beach, were ap-
proved, as were the following revolver
and rifle bonds: M. Beasley, I J. Vass,
F. R. Swift. M E. Barber and H. E.

of the California Fig Syrup Co. and the

Thursday in Chicago, the home of scientific attainments of its chemists have
of the bride, from which city they rendered possible the production of Syrup
visited Mr. pilverstein's relatives In of Fig., and Elixir of Senna, in all of its
Boyne City. Mliss Loeb is not a stranger j excellence, by obtaining the pure medic-


You may take it from us as a fact that the Suits we're offering this Fall and Winter
represent the greatest values in clothes to be found anywhere on earth. They're Hart
Schaffner & Marx goods, made for us exclusively; we've had the co-operation of these
greatest clothes artists, with the whole force of their fine organization to get the extreme
of value into these goods. It's in the all-wool fabrics; the style of the weaves; the ex-
pert needlework; the artistic draping; the broad shouldered, high chested models that
require skill to produce. Nothing is omitted to make these the best clothes possible.

We have a big stock of these clothes, and you'll find they will give better satisfaction

than any other brand.

Mi: > 4. Flizaleth Stoever, Principal,
No. ~Lemninolte block, Beac-h Street,
South of Orange.
('l:.issi. IItndividual Instruction. Goach-
ing ti pupils needing special attention.
The Lnm.igjUages. Elocution. Drawing, Lit-
.-ratture and t'urn'-t Eveutb.

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more wapbes ah7 any-
.1ien Jksonville and
9f weburmore we must
1 awe don't keep them.
.easo. Let us tell you

Rows & Co., The Jewelers.
L!emts a pound will be given
ak white rags at the Gazette-

asent coan nication from
L Sebring stated that he ex-
it to be in Daytona today.
res Befner, of Hendersonville,
lass accepted a portion with
lbsakins at the Atwood Phar-

and Mrs. Charles E Richard-
pringfield, Vt., regular
guests of The Howard, are
on the 15h.
Sfreshest ilms and supplies
ame's Kodak Plack. Our de-
g and printing is the best in

LE C. Ross, of New Haven,
nved Monday afternoon and
his brother, J. B. Boss, and
a FPairview avenue.
lph Van Tyne, of S&huylerville,
;,is a recent arrival in the-city.
ian Tyne is filling the position
smman at the F. E. C. Rv. depot.
0H onghltou, dentist, west end
&Bridge. Peck block, phone 32.
%and Mrs. E. B. Newman, of
Mss., arrived in the city
afternoon and aretemporar-
tedwith Mr. and Mrs. Geo.,
-a on Wast Magnolia avenue.
Ssand Mrs. E. A. Bryant arrived
i fteroon of last week from
r amer place at Lakeport,
L, ad.are at their home on
i Rilgewood avenue for the

.iiOi ]FOR SALE-Julis Young
L Z. Burdick, Seabreeze. tf
1 aed Mrs. Ottomar Jarecki
Ol Friday afternoon of last
kads are occupying the Earl
eo reidence, on South Pal-
Saveme, which they have
"for the season.
. and Mrs. Geo H. Foote re-
l Monday night from Cleve-
SOhio, where they spent the
= and are again established in
tliant home at the corner of
ood mand Volusia avenues.
SALE--Nice kitchen range,
to exceed two months. In-
a Gasette-News office.
-Me Mayer, who accompanied
&b a ta to this city from
Ohio about two weeks ago
1 em stopping at Schmidt's
'Mr. Schantz, left Sunday
on his return to Dayton.
gold triangle pin,
:o.A.'08. Reward
to C. M. Bingben
~t E. F. Oates left Tuesday
for Philadelphia, where he
IieMt Dr. E. L Potter and
achitects of the New
wo upon which will
''me M. Oates ex-
be awa about week.
Rmff Foa SE wO-Houqe
ah street; all mod-
-hetwet Sphmidt's
Fapp George Hotel.

GoLrg U. Muna is making
aa t hi place on South
aol venue. He has divided
M bara and oge-half has
i to the rear of his lot
a First street ad will be
a a dwelling for the
Snd family, whils the other
befitted up. M a garage
lOginx ald onig.
umber of fin peninsula
i~nL Asowaod board-
p ition Choice
"-M- i aileCharbs F. Burg-
sate Ssabre&, Fla.

m=a Geo. F. Crouch at-
I arelbsulr smeeig of the

Sometime during Friday evening
of last week the dredge Klondike
was discovered to be on fire. A
party of volunteer firemen extin-
guished the flames before any seri-
ous damage had been done.
For Rent-Two rooms for light
housekeeping; Beach St. P.O. Box A.
Seabreeze, Daytona Beach and
Holly Hill were all well represented
among the Masons taking part in
the ceremony of the laying of the
corner stone of the new public
school building Monlay afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Royall Houghton
and daughter, Miss Margurite, of
Bensonhurst, L I, regular season
visitors at Daytona, arrived Friday
night of last week and are located
as usual at The Gables on Volusia
tAutomobile tires and inner tubes
vulcanized at Oliver's garage
Frank Mason and Chas. MeNary
were among those in the city from
Ormond Monday afternoon, assisting
in the laying of the corner stone of
the new school building, while .J-is
Carnell, of that town, was t e chief
fire in the ceremony
Capt. E. B. LeUesne is visiting
his brother, R. H. Lesesne a. d wife,
having arrived from Pio.resso,
Mexico, by way of New York last
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**We can-save you nmmey. Let
as convince you that our prices are
low for the quality of goods we offer.
Geo. H. Clark, Jeweler.
Mrs. W. Cox went to Melbourne
Beach last Saturday for a visit of
seral'week's with her sister-in-
w, r.rs7K. L Lee.
Captain and Mrs. W. W. Smith
arrived Friday night of last week
from their summer home at Oyster
Bay, N. Y., and are occupying their.
unique cottage on Second avenue.
J. L. Pattillo was in the city from
Port Orange Monday taking part in
the laying of the corner stone of the
new public school building as was
also W. V. Carter and Herman
tNew line of writing tablets at
Young's Pharniacy.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lapp were
among the visitors to Daytona MoL-
day, coming from their home at the
head of the river to witness the lay-
ing of the corner stone of the new
school building.

Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Herman ar-
rived Wednesday afternoon from
Magnetic Springs, Ohio, where they
spend the summer and are at their
winter home on Volusia avenue.
~For REAL bargains call at
The Bee Hive.
Wm. Ruger, of Daytona Beach,
drove over to the County Seat Mon-
day and returned Tuesday. Mr.
Ruger says he found the road very
good with the exception of a section
at this end.

;A number of fine peninsula
homes for rent. A few good board-
ing house propositions. Choice
properties for sale. Charles F. Burg-
man, Seabreeze, Fla.
R. T. McFadden, who has been
in the city for about a week, left
Wednesday afternoon on his return
to Tybee, Ga. Mr. McFadden ex.
pects to visit Daytona again in the
course of a month.
-Call and see our new fall clothes
Foster Co.
John Saba, who conducted a fancy
goods store on Magnolia avenue last
winter, is again in the city, having
arrived Monday from Thousand Is-
land Park, N. Y., wheie h. wi s loc0-
ted during the summer.
Col. Edward J. Russell and his
step-daughter, Miss Blood, of Wor-
cester, Mass., arrived Friday night
of last week and are again located
for the winter in the Gammel apart-
ment house on Palmetto avenue.

Monday. captain Lesesne was tor- tFon SALE OR RENT--Six-room
merely port captain at Progresso for cottage, north side Orange avenue,
the Ward Line of steamships, near Ridgewood, electric lights, hot
*Fon RENT-Two handsomely fur- and cold water, fire place, well fur-
nished cottages, seven rooms and wished. Lot 48x100 ft.
bath, electric light, furnace heat. tf R. J. Malby.
Season 1909-10, price $500 and W G. DeGarmo, architect of the
$800. Any agent or W. B. Chitten- new public school building, was up
den. 24 2 from Miami the forepart of the week
E. Ferd Knappe departed Friday and witnessed the ceremony of lay-
afternoon of last week for Los An. ing the corner stone Monday after-
geles, Cal., on his way to the South- noon. Mr. De Garmo makes The
em or Mexican part of the peninsula Howard his headquarters when in
where he was to join his brother, Daytona.
Paul, who owns some very plromis- Dr. F. II. HIoughton returned
ing mining property in that terri- Tuesday afternoon from Williams-
tory. town, N. Y.. where he has been

Hallowe'en, which occurred last
Saturday night, passed very quietly
in this city, no special pranks
having been played by the boys,
whq indulged mainly in the usual
w...in ^f th- h dno w ;nAnwm onf the

visiting for a month or more
with his aged mother and a
brother and his family. His broth-
er's condition was somewhat im-
proved when the doctor left Wil-

oapiUUglJ pi u 4U m4o now wu4uWa u1 u T o--
business houses on Beach street and Jgqst receive I; fine line Schloss
elsewhere. Biros.' all wool suits.
$Collars 2 cents, all style of shirts Fosters' Two Stores.
10 cents, with work left and called c. L. Harvey and daughter, Miss
for at Daytona Steam Laundry. tf Evelyn, returned Monday from the
Mr. and Mrs. C. Poane arrived Seventh Day Adventist camp meet-
Monday afternoon from South Yar-ing at Orlando. Mr. Harvey and
mouth, Mass., and are occupying Geo. W. Rogers, of Holly Hill, made
their residence on Cedar street the trip to Orlando and return on
They report the weather very fine their bicycles, doing the return in
when they left but Mr. Doane was remarkably good time.
anxious to get back to Daytona, Mr. and Mrs J. H. Arthur arrived
never-the-less. the forepart of the week and are lo-
*Plank's Chill Tonic for Malaria. cated in the McFadden building on
chills, fever, cold and lagrippe, 25c Beach street. Mr and Mrs. Arthur
guaranteed. All druggists. 2-1y and Mr. Arthur's mother, Mrs. 0.
A. B. Kimball was ip thp city Ej .ratt, conducted a ueedlecraft
from Qrmond Monday, where he has shop in one of the Barker cottages
quilt a poultry farm on the penin- on Magnolia avenue last winter.
sula, numbering between 300 and Mrs. WVm. Atwood returned Fri-
500 chickens in his hennery. Mr. d sight of last week and Mrs. Ida
Kimball was here to take part in L. Niver the following night, having
the corner stone ceremonies of the stopped over at Pinehurst to see hei
public school. son, Morris, who is at school at that
Mt.. A... o W-ited nfWilki,.- place. Mesdames Atwood and

Large Stock. Get them while
the assortment is complete.
Curio's, Souvenirs, and Jewelry.

SPostmaster W. C. Smith has re-
cently added a bath room and made
various other improvements at his
residence on Baker street.
Judge J. M. Tisdale anid wife ar-
rived Monday from Covington, Ky.,
and are in their home on South Pal-
metto avenue for the wmter.
IThe freshest films and supplies
at Lesesne's Kodak Place. Our de-
veloping and printing is the best in
town. tf
Mrs. Mabel Stych returned Friday
afternoon of last week from Orlando,
where she had been attending the
Seventh Day A;lventist camp meet-

pal of the Daytona Institute, an The subject of the evening ser-
advertisemeut of which appears in mun at the Baptist Church, next
this issue, is again in Dayt ua. Sunday, Nov. 7, will be "Jacob's
A. M. Havens and E. J. Tuttle, of Ladder and Ours." The sermon
o Ha t rentedwill be illustrated by a crayon draw-
Soutt Hampton, L. I., have rented lig A cordial invitation is ex-
the Heymann cottage on Fairview tended to all.
avenue and will occupy it for the: Rev. Louis Ensminger, State
winter. Sunday School and B. Y. P. U. sec-
retary, under the Baptist State Con-
Mrs J. J. Sullivan, of St. Peters mention, will hold a Sunday School
burg, was in the city We Inesday for Institute in the Baptist Church,
a brief visit with her sister, Mrs. G. from Friday, Nov. 12 to Sunday,
. Gittens, and family on South Nov. 14. Sunday School methods
will be d scmsed at the o'oee of each
Beach street. lecture. It is expected that a Bap-
Hon. George H. Munroe return d tist Young People's Society will be
Thursday from New Orleans whe e organized. Sunday Schoolworkers
hs eas we- and all interested are invited to be
he has been f >r the past week at- present at these-lectures. The pro-
tending the convention of the Lakes- grain ill be announced later.
t*ftiA h0...C fI r Xnf trnat a A cki *,. $a

of which he is treasurer. County School Board.
Among tLe arrivals Thursday The board met Monday evening (
night were Mrs. M. M. Blainc ard, with all members present.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Trout, Mr. and On recommendation of Chairman
W. W. Halstead, Mr. and Mrs J. W. Crouch the school at Coronado was
W. W1 ata, Mr. and Mr. re-established.
Ball, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Robertson It was decided to rent another
and J. W. and L. 0. Reese. room and employ an additional
*The largest line of men's and teacher for the Ormond colored
boys' clothing in the city at she appointment of Miss Jessie
24 2t Fosters' Two Stores Baker, as assistant in the Pierson
H. E. Quigg returned Wednesday school, was confirmed by the board.
om Triu hun r W nesa y On recommendation of the pa-
from Turnbull hammock, where hetrons, W. B. Day was appointed
had been hunting in company with supervisor of the Spruce Creek
A. Williamns, Bob Rowlings and G.school.
P. Feal. Mr. Quigg brought home The board decided to give two
parts of a large buck shot by Mr.. weeks at the Christmas holidays,
Neal. the schools to close Dec. 17 and e-
Neal. open Jan. 3. This arramgemeut was
Dr. A. O'Neill and family, includ- made so as to allow teachers, who
ing the doctor's mother, Mrs. D. J. are away from home, to visit their
S- A homes and get back in time for the
ONeill, and brother, Albert, who meeting of the State Educational
was here last winter, are again es- Association, which is to convene
tablished in their home on Volusia in DeLand Dec. 28-31. All of our
avenue, having arrived from Ridge- country teachers should arrange to
wood, N. J, las9 Monday night, be present at this meeting, as we
are, in a sense, the hosts ot the vis-
Major and Mrs. A. B. Foster and iting members, and we should do
maid arrived Tuesday afternoon from all we can to give them a cordial
Sand general welcome from the entire
Clevelad, Oho, and are establied country.
in their handsome wintr home on
South Ridgewood avenue. They
spent the summer in an extended KINGSTON I
automobile tour East, including the J
bhAwit4 i f 1Uahr .hm G 11 ill a1 G O nd e Nv 4 B




,U^"" W ^.U A ..L. .. ^ KINGSTON, Nov. 4-M. Blanc,
fountains of Vermont. a trucker, who has been living west
*Meet me at Church's soda foun- of the railroad for some time, is now
occupying the Turner cottage, cor-
ain for a Neapolitan ice cream. I'll ner cuidgewood avenue and Main
)e there! Will you? street.
Wiley Melton is at New Smyrna
At its meeting Wednesday evening drilling wells. e found tyr to
he Halifax River Yacht Club go to the woods a few daya ago, and
pointedd Major A. H. Foster and sent home to his family a nice tur-
Hon. George H, Munroe as delegates key and a piece of venison.
o attend the Inland Waterways la e ingstod went to eLand
last Sunday and returned Monday
Association at Jacksonville, Nov. A bringing two fine horses and a
16 and 17. The local yAcht club is surrey to use in his business this
,he first 'lorida organisation of that winter.
kind to join the association. Mrs. II. T. McClellan went to
Blake Thursday to visit Mrs. Brad-
Elder Daniels, of Washington, dock, who is confined to her vetxa
D. C., president of the General Cn- with sciatic rheumatism.
ference of Seventh Day Adventists, 'l'he Kingston public school had
ferenea half holiday Monday to permit the
was in Daytona Monday and Tues childIco to attend the laying of the
day on his return to Washington corner stone of the new school build-
from the camp meeting just cl,,sed ing in Daytona.
at Orlando. He held an interesting II. D. Fluhart has a automobile
service at the Vion Ball on North now, ,hi1ch he is keeping bt Ly-
Bech street Monday night. El-ler man's garage at the Kingston store.
Daniels is a brother-in-law of Mrs. r hA, Vinent a an
-^ P~lroT'nnr V incent- a vrrrnderon o.f



8. Beach street is being shelled. Opes Teilglht.
W. 0. Lumpkin is in the city The Elite, formerly the 'Gator
t'uis week. Theater, will open for the mem to-
night with an attractive program.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Burden The management has installed a
arrived Wednesday night. new piano and the music will be in
charge of Mrs. One CruShaw,' -
tThe Crystal Theater will open sistcharge of Mrse OsiCe nshaw,
tonight in its new location.
Mrs. E. F. Oates went to St. Aug- Join Them Together.
ustine Thursday afternoon for a few The Titusville Advocate says: "It
days' visit. is to be hoped Volusia County will
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Miller ar- do something toward making a good
rived froM Rhester,* Ill The- road south of New Smyrna, now
ri~ved front R3chester,. Ill., TharE- that tne rainy season is ever. Bre-
day evmnin.- vard County stands ready and
J. Blair Dunn made a business pledged to make her part of the
trip to Jacksonville Thursday, a work." oon a oluia to
returning yesterday.
Ben F. McCoy is at home at Holly An Announcenient.
Hill, having returned Wednesday, Beginning Monday evening, Nov-
accompanied by a friend. ember 15th, an old-fashioned Meth-
odist revival meeting will be held at
There will be a dance at the Day-the Kingston Methodist Church,
tona Opera House next Monday South, on North Ridgewood avenue.
evening. The W. W. Wood orchestra The first sermon will be preached
will furnish the music. by the pastor of the Daytona Beach
Methodist Church; the second by
*Phone Church, No. 37. Goods the pastor of the First Baptist
delivered to all parts of the city free Church of Daytona; the third by
of charge. the Superintendent of the Jackson-
ville District of the Methodist
*Mrs. T. J. Snes I arrived Wednes- Church; the fourth by the pastor of
day from Cincinnati and is with her the First Methodist Church of Day-
son, Dr. Walter S. Snead, at The tona, and fifth and sixth sermons by
Hamilton on Palmetto avenue. Rev Barze.
Hamlton on Palmetto avenueAll are invited to come and share
Rev. Herman G. Porter has been the blessings of and old-fashioned
Promoted to the position of superin- Methodist revival meeting.
t;r.dJnt of the entire St. Johns River Langdon Cooper, an old-fash-
Conference of the entire St. Church. ioned Methodist preacher, pastor.
Conference of the M. E. church.
Miss M. Elizabeth Stover, princi- At the Baptist Church.



Phone 96.

11 Orange Aveme.


MUiflSS 3~t 1

Physician and Surgeon
peial attention to diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Throat and Nome Office
and reasdem. Magnuia avenue, 3rd
door west of P. 0., tebphe 82.
Olee hour 9 a. to p. .

Physician and Surgeon
Associated with L.O. Oooley, M. D.
peewl attention given to diawmse of
the Eye, Eye, Noe and Throat. Osfee
hours 7 to 9 a. n., I to 4 and 7 to8 p. m.

Homeopathic Physician
No. 453 North Beach Street.
ffee Hours, 130 to 2:30 amd 6:00
to 7-30.
Telephone No. 122.

Physician and Surgeon.
Offe and residence: 123 So. Ridge-
wood Avenue, opp Ridgewood Ho-
te. Phone 175. Office hour: 9 to
11 a. m., 2to4and 6:30to 8 p. m.

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

Dr. Bouanasa's
Fr-t Av amte.. IyM. F.
Twunty-six large, airy rooms, newly
furnished and fitted throuagbout with all
hospital conveniences. Thoroughly
equipped operMating room on second
floor. For terms =ddna

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

Fitzgerald & Oates
Attorneys at Law
Special Attentid to Exmna au

Conrad Block, DAYTONA,.FLA.
Carv D. lamiae Bert nil
Attomevs at Law
Praneatg st an State anid FM
Court. Cli toMrCOrmalftb dem g
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and Title Ti mw Company.
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Civil Engineers

Daytona Office F-tbhhed 1875

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Runaway Horse.

TI.MOUCI About five o'clock last Saturday
afternoon a sorrel horse, which had
Seven W o ders been standing in front of the Mer-
chants Bank for some time, became
Daytona's uoinmprble Ocem Beach. frightened at a passing automobile
One of Daytona & crowning glories is and wheeling across Beach street ran
her incomparable beach. No one who between a couple of posts int the
ever set foot upon its smooth, packed south of the city ball, strip-
sands; no one who ever pedaled a bi- kge of the y rich
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever ping himself of the buggy to which
drove a prancing pair of horses and list- hs was attached and most of his har-
ened to the popping of their steel shoes ness
upon its asphaitum-like face; no one The horse continued north on
who ever steered a high-power automo Beach street, narrowly missing
bile down the broad stretch of ware-
washed and surf-packed sand but real- some ladies on bicycles, but was
ized that it is a world-beater, a world- brought to a stop in front of the
wonder. Go stand upon this wide postoffice and returned by a colored
speedway and see the happy -souls flit boy to the starting point to await ai
by in joyous mood, and answer whether claimant, for at the time no owner
thi is not one of the seven odrn claimant, for at the time no ownei
wonders could be found.
The Placd, peascid hlfa z River. The horse is said not to have beer
Where think you is water with more tied, although he was standing close
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a by and facing an electric light pos
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta- which caused some parties to think
tion artistic cottages with roomy ve-e
randa's looking out upon her bosom, he had broken loose. The buggy
gamey food fishes in countless numbers was badly damaged.
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck Official Call for Convention.
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
which sit about as if for the sport of The following call for the State
bobbing upon her waves; water a that Convention of the W. C. T. '. lha
lubberly old white headed ptlica:: pouch been sent t) the Gazette-News witi
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk strg- a request that it published:
gling upward with his floundering load a request that it he published:
he snatched from the water. The twenty-sixth Annual Conven
he snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, sr'iok and tion of the Woman's Christian Tem-
span, their hampers and lockers bulging perance Union of Florida will con
with refreshments both solid an liquid, vene at Plant City, November 30ti
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful
surface. Take out your field glass and to December 3rd, inclusive,
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to Mrs. Mary Harris Amour, o
Ponce Park light house, then say world-wide fame, will, as last yeai
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of electrify large audiences on tw
beauty and a joy forever, and one of evenings of the convention. P'rc
the modern wonders. grams for other sessions will b
The EIanhIaly Picturesque RlJgewood. varied and attractive, bearing upoi
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of vathed and attractive, bearing upo
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies, the past year's work and planing fo
and the wide-spreading branches of the the coming year's campaign whicl
heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their will enlist every earnest woman
giant arms across this magnificent vista, interest and co-operation.
forming an arch, and from these extend- White Ribboners of Plant Cit
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss
sway as the trade winds from tr.pic seas are making such preparations a
fan them. Looking straight abehaJ down will insure the comfort and pleasum
this white shell street one has the im- of all. Rally, women, from th
pression of a fairy path with chirh dra- north, the south, the east, the wes
series, but as you move along and cast of fair Flori with thanksgii
an eye first to the right and then to the of fair Florida; with thaksgii
left you see distinguished cottage homes for victories gained and prayers ft
in the most delightful settings. those yet to be achieved.
Surasssing Beauty tOur cottage ioms. On behalf of the State Women

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 fromn every corner of the
country and they bring their or.w archi-
tectural plans and build upon tl rm,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 nmonoto-
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 rd Pavementthe most anJ Best.
Why the Architect of the Universe
chose to give to Daytona the most ad-
mirable, the most picturesque natural
setting of all the cities of the South is
not revealed but that such i.< a fact
must be apparent to the most r~I.erficial
observer. With such lavish w.alth of
natural beauty it became an ea y thing
for the hand of man to give the little
finishing touches which have brought
out the colors and outlines of the big
Man did all this in the laying out of
the streets with their wide margins of
package, the entire city becomes a
great park
And as for pavements, pavements
that look and act like granitu,-where
else between the eastern and western
seas are so many miles in proportion to
inhabitants? Till some ur.h'ard-of
place reports more and better, .'aytona
throws down the gauntlet to the world.
Squirrels. Flower. Birds and fr uits.
Whatever one's shortcomings and
however indifferent or eve callous one
may be to many things, the mere men-
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds and
ruits" will send a thrill that is reflected
in distended pupils and pricked ears.
For every visitor with a spare "goo.
ber" there is a bunny ready to come out
and accept your gift. He will sit bolt
upright and gnaw into the meat. casting
furtive, saucy glances at you meanwhile.
Flowers Usually fresh and booming
the year 'round. In one yard roses of
variagated hues predominate, another
has a penchant for the poin-ri tia and
the premises are aflame; another is hid-
den in a jungle of tall cane.
The birds flit in, and with their joyoum
notes help to give fullness and symme-
try to the picture.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, Day-
tona yields the palm to none for quality
and quantity per acre. There are scores
of citrus groves in proximity to the city,
branches bending to the earth with their
burdens of luscious golden glo>l-.


Christian Temperence Union.



Operates From New York to
Knights Key, 1,475 Miles,
Without Change.
The Gazette-News secured the map
below outlining the longest sleep-
ing car line in the United States,
east of the Mississippi riverl-175
miles in length-from New York
City to Knights Key, Florida. The
car is operated over the Pennsyl-
vania, Atlantic Coast Line, and the
Florida East Coast, on the Florida
& West Indian Limited, an all-
year-round limited dining car train
between New York and the South.
This line will prove of great con-
venience to tourists coming to Flor-
ida East Coast points before the
Special Florida Flyers are put on.

The Fastest Autos And The Finest Out.
Here is where world's records for speed
are broken with every recurring season.
Autos the biggest, the fastest :-'d the
finest are on daily parade au lihe big

The Buckeye Water Lift.

The Buckeye Water Lift is an automatic pump which utilizes the pres-
sure of the city water as a motive power to pump soft or rain water from a
cistern for domestic use, or to force city water to a higher elevation than it
would flow by its own pressure.
Facts regarding the construction of the lI'ickeye Water Lift.
I They are made of the best quality of bronze. 2 The workmanship
is of the highest grade. 3 The cylinders are separate and have no con-
nection by which the hard and soft water can mix. 4 The plungers are
cushioned to prevent water hammering. 5 There is only one set of stuf-
fing boxes, which can be readily repacked and tightened from the outside.
6 Strainers are provided on both the suction and city water inlet. 7 The
valves can be removed without taking the Lift apart, or disconnecting any
pipe, simply by removing the caps. S The motor valve mechanism is per-
fection itself, and is the most positive acting and simple device ever ueed.
It is operated entirely by water pressure without the use of any trips, levers
or inside connections of any kind. 9 In the entire Lift there is Bo sliding
contact of metals to cut and wear, so that no oiling is required. 10 Spee-
iil attention is called to to the fact that any working part is accessible from
t >e outside of Lift. without interfering with others, makingr it very easMy to
r.-pair. 11 The pump has :a stroke of 74 inches. which is I nger than any
other Lift on the market. 12 Valve is held at each end by center sup-
ports, which prevent 1( others from cutting out on one side.





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Legal Notices 0

Notice of Dissolution.
The partnership of Michael & Titus has
men dissolved by mutual consent. Henry
. Titos will collect all bills and pay all
Shtis of the- partn-rship up to Oct. 14th.
First pub. Oct. tI; lust pub. Dec. 11.
Notice to Creditors.
Noti'e is liereby given that tlie iiuder-
giel! have is ben tappoinlted by the ('county
udgeof Volusia County, Filoridia, exet-u-
or of the estate of Edward White-. lute
ece- sed. of said county, andl have duly
ualilh d ias such executors.
All creditors. legatees. dtstribut,'es. ainl
li persons having claims or denuiiuds
galnst sakI estate, are hereby notifti-d to
resent the same. duly authenticat d. to
he undersign-d within the time prescrilm d
by law, or the same will be forever harr ..
2I Park ave.-nu,, Plainfield, New Jersey.
( First pub. Oct. 2. lS44.1
Administrator's Notice.
II County Judge's 'ourrt,
Volusi County, Florida,
In the nmatterof the estate of Eliia- M.
Vining, deceased.
Notice ts hereby given to alt creditors.
egatees, and all persons hiiving any d1.-
mands against the estate of Irlis M. Vii-
Ing dtC used,, to piet.-t lt .ii.- to iti.
undersignved within the time pravt-rIlBd lby
law.or the same will be Imarred.
Dated-Or(nond. Fla., Oct. l.t. lB1t1.
4First Itsttpule' Nov. t21
Executor's Notice.
In County .Iuldge',C ('urt.
Volhtiit '4iouilnty, loridia,
S in th. mal lt, r ol lh ,-.s t:.'te of( I-li;! .'
Kitch0.il.l d c tCsed.
Notje: i hi :1, leagw a.,e-. lilid ;:!l lI -r.Ains lihaving i :ilany :'-
lali.-i',ls ;i;itl-I tha-.-st:.l-,f it ,i iA Kil 'h. -
I'll, de-cens.dt. to pr,-a. t tli-t t inea-l to t h l.-
und d \Iihin ith thin- lapre -acril-dl ly
law. or ithe. vltie I- ill il e bairredl.
.1 AVMI s (ARN tl.I1..
Executor with ith Will Ai 'x
Nsi'je' I he:reliy iivein h on tll, ilr'.t
ay of lie ni!le-r. A. l., :iMi9. th,- u, l ih--'.-la-
l ard i-l of Ali il.-.l -1,l e:i-r"I Not-
0lllan will Sapply to the i Ho- orni>lh- .1. L,.-
MoOrory.Couuty Judge of Volust t county .
Florida, for an order to sell :in uituidivided
two-thirds Int -rest un the fllo-wiig !<>t.
pleee orparelof lind lying aind I -im2 ill
the County of Voltus ai and stat.- of !orilda.
leaeril-d as. follows, to-wit:
Lot I, B'.ock Kingston.
l.r. .Met'i.ELLAN. Guardit-n
This Oct. -.i, s!'.. t4
(First pul, Nov I; lut luit. Dh.c. :15;
Notice to Creditors and Others.
[n County Judge's Court.
Volusia county, Florida.
Estate of Bertha McFadden.
Notice Is hereby given to all creditors,
legataes, distrilutees and all p -rsons hav-
ng lnaims or demands against the estata- of
lertha McFadden, deease.d, liate. of the
County of Volusla. State of Florida. that
they are. and each of then is. called upon
to present their claims to the undersigned
within two years front date; otherwise they
will h'e barred. R. T. McFAIIE\,
Administrator of the Esiatte of Bertha
Novemiilk-r 9. 911.
HALIFAX LODGE. No. 81, F. & A. M-
Meets lIst and :3rd Thursdays.
Meets 2nd Thursday.
Meets 4th Thursday.
LIVE OAK CHAPTER, No. 1, 0. E. 8.-
Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays.
All mee In Masonic Hall. Orange avenue

Mattress Maker
Miattres.,--s l-iiide with ar('r-. lBo:at
Cushions nutle to order.
lhop on N. se-.ih St. inear Robert's
lllacksilt it.Shoplla.

to M. H. Zuber, Daytona, will
bring you a strand of yellow
pine stove wood for $2.25,
or oak at $2.50. 16-3m





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FOR COPY OF THE LOCAL ii'.Ii CARDa ()KtOilt:lk.* Nfr0R.lMA1aj "SEE Tm& TICKET AGENr:
J. D. RAHNER. General l'assenger Agent ST. AUGUJSTINE~. FLORIDA

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