The Daytona gazette=news ( November 12, 1909 )

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Title:
The Daytona gazette=news
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Daytona Gazette-news
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Ormond gazette=news
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Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
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Newspaper
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English
Publisher:
Edward Fitzgerald
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Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
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United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
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29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )

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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased in 1922?

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Daytona, Florida, November 12, 1909.


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SWA4EATERS JUST RECEIVED
Our new stock of Ladies' and Children's Sweaters is now open
and on display. Owing to labor conditions in the knit goods in-
dustry and the advance of yarns, prices have jumped from $1 50 to
#6.00 a dozen, but all our sweaters were purchased previous to this
>date and we are enabled to maintain our low prices of previous
ear. as long as the present lot lasts. We would advise not to
y, but make your selection at once, before we are sold out.

THE PECK HENDRICKS COMPANY
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and SURPLUS and PROFITS OF


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St. Augustine
SOLICITS YOUR BANKING BUSINESS and
IS IN POSITION TO TAKE CARE
OF IT TO YOUR ENTIRE
SATISFACTION.


B. GARRISON i


A close examination of electric-
al work finished and changed 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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I4 of the other metal necessities required to complete a modern
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INTERESTING AIDDRESS. :artist, the brush preserves in the truth TFEIC IT Y H O T
the lineaments and lines of the human year.
It It It face and form: and transfers to canvas
The Brilliant Speaker LaysStress the beauties of the landscape and the City Council Meeting on Monday Orange Avenue, Day ona, F a.
colors tints and glories of the waters,
on the Value of Education clouds and skies. At the magic touch Evening One Continual, ELECTRIC LIGHTS, ELI 3TRIC BELL8S,
of the sculptor's chisel, out from the
and Science. cold marble spring forms divine.- Broad Smile. HOT AND COLD B rHS.
At the request of many of its Education is the mother of science.' Since Alderman Simon Heymann as- TATIC CO 1 A 'E ?Ali m
readers the Gazette-News repro- Science has proven the rotunduty of the sumed his seat with the City Fathers L LA TAK1 E MI L Ra
duces herewith a stenographic re- earth; has weighed the ponderous mass there is something doing, in the way of
Sof the globe and measures the distance talk at least. Monday evening the GEO.[ I E lAmruTw z-4. P. A
port of the speech of Hon. Chas to the sun and to the moon and to the show opened up with but few spectators ___ --------
Dougherty delivered at the corner stars Science has annihilated the dis-; but all present enjoyed the fun. The ******************
stone laying of the new high school dances of ocean with the compass and only councilmen present were President
Monday afternoon of last week, steamship; and has, with the electric Schmidt. Messrs. Osborne, Mills and man@-
current, girdled the earth in thirty Heymann.
Grand Master, Free and Accepted minutes Science transmits instantly Alderman Heymann was loaded with T HF H A D I)
Masons. Ladies, Gentlemen and School the human voice three thousand miles all the city charters, ordinances, digests
Children: across a mighty continent; and sends pandects and bulls, besides a number of Centrally located aW Val tla Avee,. the ma. avenue from the depot to o
Within the last forty years over and the cry for aid and succor from ships court decisions. He started by reading : the water front on the Halifax River. Three r notes walk to stores, post-
around this spot. the bear, panther. deer, sinking in mid-ocean to the shore. the following: office, churches, etce The Howard is strictly first.el bouse in every
and wild turkey roamedat will. Before Science. through the discovery of vac- n January of this year an ordinance respet at moderate prices. THE TABLE .: SPlCIALTY. Northern
now two civilizations have been planted cination has nearly driven out from t lihe was adopted providing f r the separate cooking the cuisine exceptiomlly good, the be.t the market affords. Under
in this soil-those of the Spanish and earth a curse which, even when it spared assessment of land and buildings. The 0 the direct superision of the proprietor. The to rehas every modern con-e0
English occupation. Thn came session its victims, left them fearfully scarred assessor has taken no action in regard veece and improvement Has large veran and pgod and is sr-
to the United States Injustice to the and marked for life. Science has gi e'. to this, and in as much as intervening r )unded by lawns and shade trees. Is dry anw well ventilated.
Indian then laid waste thisfair terri us anesthesia and conquered pai0 time between now and the firstof March For terms apply to the proprietor.
tory. But the American man had been Science has given us the scerums and next Is hardly sufficient for the asseor JOHN C. HOWARD:
here. He can back. He is here to anti-toxins: and has repealed a law to complete the assessment roll, it is ab- N
stay. all past ages which provided that dyp- solutely necessary that some action--
Time was within forty years, when theria should remain a scourge; and should be taken now to prepare an as.
there was no school here. Time was that hydrophobia and the stroke of th sessment roll in accordance with thi--------
within twenty-five years, when the only cobra and crotaline was death. cenieta ordinance. The law provides that the Nw 0
way to get here was to pole a mule has overcome the yellow scoured; arid me shoul de the 0 r Ar
across the country to thee St. J leassessmeat shoul emade onthe tT H E C L EV E LA N D 0
across the country to the St. Johns: s now engaged in battle with the great of January and be completed by the 0 r
river, or come in a dug-out of a white plague whose hectic -touch upon first of March, but it seems to be reason Beautifully located on Magnolia Avenue opposite the postoice. House T
schooner down the coast People could the damask of the cheek of youth and able that the rest of the year, being 0has a modem improvements. Hot and cold bth, lighted ith gas,
not fly then as they do now. But the beauty is the unfailing herald of nine months, should be used in prepar- pleasant verandas. NORTHERN COOKING Best of table board and '
iron horse with lungs of steel has super- the near approach of death. These ing the assessment roll, as it is os- service guaranteed.
ceded the mule and cart. Riding OeI are a few of the great benefits that sible in the forty-five working days ini MRS. DENLMOM AND DAtL T
springs i wagons, buggies, onbicycles education as conferred upon our kind January nd February to complete the
and in automobiles has mad our feet so !Education has preserved the records assessment roll. There are east of the
sore that it seems as if we could not of the past, from which we gather some railroad forty blocks, which would take
walk at all. The motor has taken from valuable lessons for the future. Educa- forty days at least to furnish an esti-
the hands of our skilful oarsmen and tion trains the mind to think. Thought mate and west of the railroad there is
sailors the oar and sail. When neighbor begets doubt. Doubt calls for research almost as much more to go over. I, C and see otr line of
wishes to communicate with neighbor, and investigation. Investigation and therefore, move that a committee of two
le does not go to see him as old. He reason produce beneficial results. Eca of the council, who in conjunction with
talks to him over te telpon, and cation. protected by liberty, arid aide the assessor, sal at once go.o to work A L L O O D S
writesU to him with the telegraph. All! by freedom of thought, of speech, and prepare the assessment rol of t he
of the modern miracles are instruments Iconscience and of the press, has so taxable real estate in the City of Day-
and servants of our rapidly advancing wrought in our own country, that the in accordance with the existing
tona, in accordance with the existing
civilization. world turns towards the great republic ordinance, and that they shall be al- NOW s the tieA to by
With appropriate ceremony, this j with solicitous eyes Education is so lowed a reasonable compensation for "OW IS the ti e to buy by
-corner stone" has just been laid. It is: enlightening the minds of all civilized their services, which should be deducted
the corner stone of a school house dedi- peoples. that the time will come when from the salary of the assessor, and if the caSe. W e can please
cated to education; dedicated not to the tyranny and its boon companions, ig- necessary to call to their assistance ex-
past. but to the present and to the fu- norance and superstition, will be en- perts. They shall also be authorized to lit
ture. Yea, it is the comer stone of a dured and feared no morn. be ribarsed fr gee fund for yOU in quality, quantity an ,
temple of liberty; for liberty and educa Educate, and vast armaments on land other expenses connected with this
tion move and work hand in hand. It arid sea to keep bejeweled baublescalled work." pri e O
has been put in place by a lodge of crowns upon empty heads, will. not be This brought on talk but nothing
Masonic fraternity. That order is an- tolerated. Educate, and the excres- talk but nothing
cient and honorable. It has for ages cences upon the body politic, called more A
been, and still is, an educator. Its' emperors and kings, will be known to be Next'he moved that the street com-
membership is not bound by any creed, of the same tlesh and bloodas are the peo,- rittee be authorized to negotiate with U
or subservient to any dogma. It i-' pie over whom they claim "divine right the Public Works committee for the use
said that it requires that its members be to govern wrong." Educate, and the of water for one week to thoroughly wet
frne; free men; free in thought, in labor and material in a six or eight iail- after ten o'clock p. m., the streets be- E. T. Conrad & Co's. old stand.
speech and in conscience It ramifies! lion dollar junk and scrap heap, grand- tween Volusia and Magnolia avenues on *-***>---------.------------------
the earth. It will continue to flourish 1 eloquently called a "battle ship.' will Beach street and Ridgewood avenue for
and grow, because two of the funda-! be put to some practical use. Educate, one hour each working day on each -------
wentidal tenets of Masonic faith are lib- and people will lift from their shoulders street. This looked good and the coun-
erty, and the universal brotherhood of the incubus of the cost of the creation 6il adopted it.
mankind. S -- and maintenaNe of great arnies arid Then he moved that the city provide

greatest and grandest is the order of better homes, better schools anId educate the cost of an electric fire alarm system,
motherhoodd. That is the one order, their children thoroughly, with district indications to locate fires.
necessary and indispensable to the ex- One, just one, log school house, tilled(l to organize the fire department, to erect
istcnce and well being of the human with healthy, happy, studious children, a suitable building, to house any or all Ocean Boulevard and Grandview
race. Of all callings, offices, and acts, is worth more to us now than all the tire apparatuses, and to be a meeting
those of motherhood are the most battleships afloat on all the seas and place for the members of the fire depart- Avenue, Seabreeze, Florida.
solemn, sacred and holy. Oh! name oceans on this globe. For it is not at ment. to pay for any hose, ladders or.
known to all the tongues of all the the capitol, in the courts, in the con- any other necessities for fire protection I
peoples of all the world Name radiant gress or in the army or the navy that already purchased, or to be purchased 0 o 0 f o eo lly r-
with the purest love. Majestic mother- the sovereignty, the safety, presterva- The interest and sinking fund should be $I 10 $800 for season. Fully fur-
hood' Glorioit.s name of mother' tion and perpetuity of our government assessed against the assessed property
Next in the high, intellectual callings and of our institutions rest. They had located within tive hundred fc4t of any nished with high grade urtishings.
of civilization stands that of teacher. their origin, they abide now, and will fire plug as a special assessment. w
Hundreds of thousands of splendid mn ever abide e in the houe, in the hearts This was laid over, but mn the mean-
and women have devoted and still fand i thite schools of tt e white rpl tim. e the talk ;ept bringing ou more CONRAD-OATES REALTY, TITLE
devote themselves to the noble duty of this, the greatest republic of all time., talk and president Schmidt told Alder-
teaching. The motherhood of the white education leads forth, leads onward, u a Heymana that he was out of order AND INSURANCE COMPANY, Inc.
race is the motherhood of education. leads upward. Build no iem'orials to thi and his "stut' was all nonsense. The
s i te is tie f past. They are mihestomns on thie roa'd little mldermni retorted that "You're
This foundation stone is theing et backward to a dead and bu.ied eloch, all ntupnsea." No stuffed e clubs were Phon 1 Dn
dok uponwich- i sbin mred w B de heue. T h the y ;a Phone 128" Daytona, Fla.
.edii'e to be devoted to education. Ed- BuidP eo1 osey a3. h:i p ns.Be- however, ant od the band played on.
ucation! Elouentword It sayi forth ad leading forward to thi Between acts other business was trans-
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it mnaus a itud means witat 4, ys. it betterment of the human race. Make t INSURANCE OF A L KNDS
plainly states to s pufrom twoand min.ion. them gr:-nd and spacious. Though they 'The salariess of the police force, of:
aIt cmes to us from two words i e may decay and fall the prin ciih-s ,,f Midway and Waycross were _si__emd- 5
Latin la nguage and "ducere. liberty, patriotism, truth, right and jus- %30 per month each.
It mean. "'lead forth to "train. tice that shall have been irn-tiilld intoi City Health vie4r Stewart reported
E d u c a tio n h as led fo rth th e h u m an t e i t o f th e i s o f th 1p u p ils v irth i h th e ir v ,w o te a n d th re e d e a th s fo r th e mi-.. . . . ..-.. . . . .
mind from the dark and dismal caverns walls. are immortal. They. w %i live "irth lie also sugg et d th, t *
of ignorance and superstition into the forever. att-i.tion be given the city dumping Figure with us on your
light of liberty, truth and reason. Edu- D uun.l. lr. Stewart evidently con- w
cation drives out and banishes all the MissedIt Somewhat. vic-ed tl t-ouncil that this question
foul phantoms of the night of ignorance. el t ehouald be remedied so te sl sanitarivo
Education setting frev the lui14 an mind., Editor t'1aett1e-Nem Th"e< n," 1ir- I .,,,riitt' said it would et busy.
has -natcihed the bodies of men and wo- sent in for the city park %as ::i-p;i::t'd M
inen froun the loalthisomn dungeon; of it should.read 'Toronita think it i rtpert wrt r on the est the of
I R-ikr st-t-vt asked that the thor.ugfi-
tyranny, dogma and superstition: from means, land of sunshine and f:.i; \ Lt.-r<. f:trv t.- hard-.urfae-d.' Thf- p,'tit-on
the tortures of rack and fire and la-h And another word that wa': n i,-:;. .i faL hard-surfacedo. The petition
w .at t. the -tr.-t tcommit,,a,.
and chain. All this, and more, has edu- is "taciqui-." \ rv ryrulv ', -,
cation done. Marble temples, proud Mrs. 11. hi. T;K,:- ; I .n't iirtan. act of the even-
triumphal arches, high columns and ing ;,prh.p,. Wa ire motion of .lter-
I splendid statues have been erected in mau. bo which ,revnieI. iihor-
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THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS *** Few Duckson the Lagoon. gI1 Conduct The Oas.
PULISH EVERY SATURDAY Henry Peipgras, H. H. Hough ad -Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Saa ar-
PUBLTSHIFTW. EVERY SATURDAY \ urPP7P N V l PL U F. W. Maley made a fishing andhuiting rived Saturday night of last week from
T. E. IlGZO(tALD, Editor UDoU trip down the river last week. aboard Newark, N. J., and are at The Oak,
0 MRS. iH. A. BERNARD, Editor. *!the Aegideous, returning Sunday. They on North Ridgewood avenue, which
THE GAZ. TTE-NEWS COMPANY or. enjoyed some excellent fishing, but se- they had leased and will conduct this
eeeeeeee .....THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY ** *** ******* cured only a few ducks, confirming the season. Mrs. Sammis is familiar with
(INCORPORATED) SEABREEZE. Nov. 10-A sentinel of last week and have taken rooms at reports of other parties that as yet these Davtoaa having had The Tourist. on
lamp and a number of standard! the Beach House. I birds are not plentiful on the lagoon. South Palmetto avenue, last winter.
Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. novels were donated to the reading! Mr. and Mrs Moyer, of Baltimore, are! Mr. Ha is proprietor f the Tthill
room by Mesdames Bianchi and Cordis., located for the winter at Shinglenook, Death of a Former Visitor. P j'.i .otn. a summer house a t e
RIPION ATES. The chairman reports increased attend- one of the Stewart beach cottages.
ance, and a growing interest in the sue-. Mrs. Nettie Kurtz has leased a board- M's. Spencer B. Green has handed Sacmm.s Trav Bureau at Newark.
One copy one year .$1.50 cess of the reading room among the ing house on 24 West Monroe street, the Gazette-News a copy of the Earl- i
One copy six months.......... .75 people. Jacksonville which ihe will conduct ville (l. ) Leader of Nov. 4, containing
One copy three months ............ .401 Miss Ware and Mr. and Mrs. Clark with the assistance of her mother, Mrs. the intelligence of the death of Walter
sailed from New York Tuesday on their Dougherty, who joined her there the Dupee. He was 34 years of age. P P
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1909 way to Seabreeze. Miss Ware will again latter part of last week. Miss Alice is Mr Dupee spent last winter in Day-
spend the winter with Dr. and Mrs. with her mother and sister. tona and has many acquaintances here. d
S 0 Everoden on Oakridge boulevard. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Young, of Cleve- who will regret to hear of hs death.
CIARLIE WARREN 6ETS A. Vandevord laid 240 feet o-.,,'.re of land, Ohio. who arrived recently, are H eart
Real Estate Transfers cement walk on Ocean boulevard last season guests at the Seasiae Inn. An Announcement..
IfPE SENTENCE TO PI E: ::::- :week, and will lay equally as much this In conversation with a Gazette-News Beginning Nov. 15th there will be "For two years I had pain 'i
Week. The walks were laid on the reporter, Mr. Stewart, proprietor of the held in the Kingston M. E. Church my heart, back and left side.
The following deedsto property in Harpster and Red Cottage lots. This Seaside Inn, expired himself as well South, an old-fashioned revival meet- Could not draw a deep breath
i Daytona and vicinity have been filedweek he will lay walks on the McWil- satisfied with the progress of the 24- oin, in which the old fashioned Metho- o lde
Plead Guilty to Murder in the since November lft is the ofic t he the liams lots and for the opera house, con- room addition to the hoteL He said dist hymns ill be used, without organside and any little
Second Deee.-T CaClerk of the Circuit Court: tract for which was let by C. F. Burg- the workmen under Contractor E. E. or choir, and the preaching will be o exertion would cause palpita-
ClellSecondorth 5 ft of lot 13, block 8man last week. Johnson had not lost anhour since the the old-fashioned Methodist type, by tion. Under advice I took
Was Long Drawn Out. Clelln-North 5 fet of lot 13, block Some unregenerate soul, sometime work began. Method preachers and one Baptist Dr. Miles' Heart Remed and
Kingston. during the summer, broke into Mr. rt Porter and wife, of ansgMethoditpreahers and one Baptist Dr. il
DeLand, Nov. 10-The Fall Term of C. A. Birchwood to E. F. Russell ring the summer, broke into Mr. Bert Porter and wife, of Lasing preacher of Daytona and Daytona Nervine. I took about thirteen
the Circuit convened Tuesday afternoon Lot 4, block 48, Mason & Colernan's ad- Holes bothouse andstole a anchor Mchwho have pe a m of Beach J.Land Cooper, pastor. bottles, a in better health than
with the Honorable Minor S. Jones O edition to Daytoxna. and rope belonging to Mr. Ayers' boat, winters here, have engaged rooms in es,
with the Honorable Minor S. Jones ontowhich was stowed in the boathouse for the Bishop house for the winter, also I ever was, and have gained 14
he bench. Grand Jury was em- George H oote to Clara Peacock-safe keeping Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Graham, of the same An Alarm of Fire. pounds"
The following Lot9,block2, Schantz subdivision of The community was shocked and sad- place. They are expected to arrive pounLLIE THFOR RI
paneled: lot 4, block 32, Daytona. dened l week to h e of the death of Monday Wednesday afternoon about four M -RS. LILLIE T1OMA.
J. H. Rowe, G. W Scammell, J. Wmin. Bert Foster to Murray Aultman- M. Frank Bowser, who di Sept. 16 E. Rector and wife, of Harvard. Ill., o'clock the fire bell sounded an alarm Upper Sandusky, Ohio.
Hunter, T. J. Newman, G.W. Tedder, East oflot 1 block 12, Daytona, ex- just a month after the loss of her baby. regular winter tourists, arrived fromand almost immediately volunteers For many years Dr Miles Two furnished frot
H. F. Lungren, W. C. McKinzie, I. J cept west 64 feet. headed by Fire Chief Titus were on the floor of Atlantic block,
Wells, Jr., H. H. Marsh, W. A. Ball, H. Wm. A. Langworthy to Win. P. low, w h s M o Mr a l w a t e tt i way to the scene of the fire with the reel haveh Rtaken hth eeeJ v vnlub.
Slowwas the oldest daughter of Mr. and last week and have taken the Janvrin uefl in th treatment of
J. Bird, L. E. Bostrom Albert Turner, Langworthy-Undivided half interest to Mrs. George Barlow, who owned a home cottage on Peninsula drive. They werof hose stationed near the City Hall. successful in e reame
W. C. Watts, D. B Fanning, R; C. west 210 feet of lot 2, block S, Daytona; accompanied by Mrs. J. H. JanvrinThe blaze proved to be in a shed in the heart troubles, because of its
Bushnell, W. D. Haynes and Geo. Berry. lot 13 block 3, Coleman's Daytona, and rear of The Stillman on Beach streetantonic efetuot.Jvn
The body elected R. C. Bushnell as southwest of lot 2, block 30, M. & C. girl, was greatly loved by everyone who is occupying her home on Penin- rear of but was extinguished before the arrivaleet, tonic effect upon the heart l rent or lease the
yoMr. and Mrs. Barlow have the sympathy sula drive. but was extinguished before the arrival nerves and muscles. ven stores reetl ocpied
foreman and after being instructed by Holly Hill. and Mrs. Barlow have the sympathy sulaof the volunteer fi fighters. While nerves
the Court, retired to begin its duties. of their many friends here. W. A. Freeman left last Friday on a of the severe cases of long standing t FreCo. These s
The following were summoned as the F. F. Wilcox, of Chicago, is enjoying business trip to Rome, Ga. under the exitis frequently prolonged conditions a very e shape. e
The floi wea pleasant visit wiah Mr. and Mrs. H. sr. and Mrs. Nickerson arrived from y
regular venire of the petit jury: a pleasant visitwithMr and Mrs H. Mr.andMrs. Nickerson arrived from gooserved well to de demonstrate the many years afterequently prolonged life for in fineshape. ie
W. H. Eick, John Meing, Fred CarO T L. Kochersperger on the beach. Mr. the North last week, and are occupying t served well to demonstrate the any years after doctors had RAAM
W. H. Eick, JohKochersperger has known r. Wilcox their home on Penisula drive necessity of regular trained force for given up all hope, as proven by
nell, F. G. Bennett, C. A. Berry, Riley this purpose. Opp
Gue, J. E. Field, Fred Kington. HC. since he was boy and they have their Mrs. E. C. Hibbard underwent an op- thousands of letters we have re-
Haven, A. A. Ferguson, R.-L. Papy. PORT ORANGE, Nov. 10-Mr. and talks over "old times." eration last Friday in the sanitarium at ceived from grateful people.
When the civil docket was sounded Mrs. Pierce and daughter, Miss Daisy Messrs. M. L. Waggoner and Geo. L. St. Augustine. Mr. Hibbard, who went Grand Matron's Visit. Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy Is sold by all
the following cases were continued: May, arrived Friday and are again occu- Farrell made the trip in the former's to St. Augustine with his wife, returned Dr. rpha D. Bruce, of Tampa, rand e t, your ru st return y
Ropes vs. Vanderpool (2), Wilcox vs. paying Mr. Appenzellar's house. mother car to Orlando Monday and were Sunday afternoon on the doctor's assur- Matron of the Order of Eastern Star of obby'.
the Town of Daytona Beach, A. S. Mr. and Mrs. Halter and daughter, expected to return Tuesday night. ance that she was doing as well as could eMIdLES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhaort, s St
Drawdy vs. Daniel George, El Dorado Miss Edith, came in Friday evening and Carl Gillett and family will move from be expected. A card from the hospital d a, arrived in Daytona last weekof Mr and
Jewelry Co. vs. D. T. Straghn, Bohan- are at home in one of Mrs. Dondanville's Daytona this week. Monday afternoon reported Mrs. Hib- Mrs Geo. F. Smith visiting however amlae
non vs. VandeVord, Norris vs. Turner, houses. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Duncan, friends of bard as "resting easy." from Saturday untvisiting, how e MISS ELLA H GHES
from Saturday until Monday with the MISS ELLA HUGHES bee
Parsons vs. Oliver, Parsons vs. Hunt, Mr. Davis and wife came Friday ev- Dr. Evernden. who come from his old Mr. and Mrs. Ellis, who regularly Grand Secretary, Arthur H. Carter. and
VanValzah vs. Howard, Mickler vs ening and are occupying Mr. Hender- home place, Hinsdale, Ill., are expected spend their winters in Daytona Beach, wife, at Holly Hill. Mrs. Bruce and Pupil of Siguor Garo, of the 0.1
-Sparkman, Sumner vs. Bennett. son's house, while Mr. Davis builds on here this week, and will spend the winter arrived from l'eekskill. N.* Y., Tuesday Mrs -mith were in New Smyrna Mon- Cincinnati College of Music. 5 gieS
The case of Hamilton vs. Singleterry his lot on Herbert street. at the Evernden home. Mr. DUncan and have taken ro oms for the season at day and Tuesday. Dr. Bruce paid Live Will receive pupils. special attention
was tried Tuesday and resulted in a Mr. and Mrs. Haff arrived from comes South for his health, the Bleekman apartment house on Oak Chapter, No. 1 an official visit to tone work and study of the pedal.
verdict of $500 for the plaintiff. Brooklyn Saturday and occupying their Miss M. Mullett, her mother and Valley street. Tuesday night, when three candidates At "The Parkinson" from Dec x to
The case of Carter Webster & Co. vs former home on the river shore. We friend, Mrs A. C.l Hatch, arrived from L. P. Tribble, who leased the Lone were initiated and the Grand Matron Jan w After Jan. "st at 'The Ridge-
M. B. Aultman was referred to Hon. J. understand Mr. Hlaff intends to build at Williamstown, Mich., at 12:00 o'clock Bay boarding house for the season, ar- gave an interesting talk to the members
Lee McCrory as Referee. once on the north side of his lot. Saturday night, coming down from rived from Haskins, Ohio, last Friday. of the chapter. She was presented with
Wednesday was devoted by Judge Mr. and Mrs. Hunt and family, from Jacksonville on the overdue train. Mrs. accompanied by his wife and sister-in a silver cream ladle as a souvenir of her
Jones to hearing chancery matters. S. Belmore, L. I., turned to our village Hatch, who was here several winters law, c rm Pope. Mr. Tribble is no visit. Dr. Bruce continued her journey y El
N. Misleh, a Turk, was admitted to Saturday, and are at home in their cot- ago. will again spend the winter at the stranger in the vicinity, having con- down the coast Wednesday afternoon
citizenship. tage on the peninsula. pleasant home of Mrs. Mullett and ducted the Van Dorn House one or going from this city to Titusville. LL T
DeLAND Nov. 12-Yesterday the Mr. andMrs. Lee Fread and little daughter, on Valley street more seasons several years ago, while
State accepted a plea of guilty to mur- daughter, of Winter Haven, are visiting henry losterand wife of Hlast winter he spent in Port Orange in LADI ES HATTERS
der in the second degree from Charlie friends here this week. Mich., came down in varty with Miss the hotel business. BLOCKADED HA
Elinor Marsh visited his aunt, Mrs. Mullett. atnd have taken room at C. B.
Warren, iththe murder of the coloredgirlDuBois, over Sunday. He was on his toor's on Pinewood avenue. Every Household in Daytom Sould
with the murder of the colored girl, Every Household in Daytona Should S *
Anna Geiger, last winter. Judge Jones way to West Palm Beach. R. E. Olds arrived from New York at ha atten on given
Anna Geiger, last winter. Judge Jones ( *TD I attentIIn
I. J. Wells, Jr. was summoned to De- Monday night and is with his mother on K I N STON Know How to Resist it. r
at enhard laborren to life imprisonment Land this week to serve on the grand \Valley street. Mrs. Olds has not been The ,baek aches ause the kidneysa fitting each and every
The case of Haynes et al vs. the WWe- jury. very well recently and Mr. Olds came are blockaded.
tern Union Telegraph Company was Milliard Pattillo and C. Vass took the down to spend a few days with her. KINGSTON, Nov. 10-Bert Heacock, Hel1the kidne .* with their work.cor
tried yesterday afternoon and the court Misses May Milburn and Jeanette Beis Mr. and Mrs. Ayers arrived last Friday who has been so long in the poultry The ick ,wi l,,,- o customer and satisfaction
directed a verdict for the defendant. duck hunting Tuesday. It was an from Lansing. Mich., and are at home business at Holly Hill, has moved to Lots (f proof that Doa,'s KidneyPi, guaranteed/
In the case of Sidney laigh vs. T. 1. entirely new experience for the young on Valley street for the winter. Mr. Kingston, and is occupying the Turner do this. U C
Jes t ry retued dict for ladies. They enjoyed the novelty very Ay"ers' brother. W. F. Ayers, and wife, cottage on North Ridgewood. I It's the best proof, for it comes from inmo.-.-.-....g.....ga ..... -
$300 int favor of the plain tiff much. and came home tired, but happy, of Detroit, are on their way to Jackson- Mitehell Hunter came up from Port Day tona.
Judge Jones devoted today to hearing and quite ready to go again, ville, and will later make boat trips Orange Monday morning, and took a .1. H. Cooper, Myrtle ave., formerly of *-- --------- = === .I
demurrers and hancery matters through our island waterways, crew of men out to pick oranges at the Di)aytona, Fhla., avs:"lI.anspeakin behal 6 E
e rrr and hcMr and Mrs. J. Ralph Wilcox re- Christiancy grove, northwest of town. of lean's Kidney Pills from personal ex-
S O R M O N D turned home the latter part of last week Mrs J. W. Livingston left Monday for perience. Backache clung to me for a AR w
The Feast of Seven Tables I from a two months' visit to their old a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. long time and there was a sore. Rates: $2.50 Per Day and Up. Special by the J
Will be given by the ladies of the Con- home h Binghamton, and other points Herbert, in DeLand. news in myv loins and kidneys. An attractive house with large, airy rooms, hot and cold water
* gregational Church, Thursday evening, ORMON D, Nov. i0-Among the new e Yr State M icox wil Miss Winnie Herbert, who has been 1 could not stoop without having sharp house, sulphur or salt water baths, electric lights, furnace heal
November 18th at 7:30, doors open at arrivals the past week we note Major have his art exhibit at the Colonnades visiting here for some days, has returned ,ainm dart through m- and when oni< Rof the pleasant features of "The Pines" are its wide v
7:00. Musical in the auditorium, fol- Lewis of Hyde Park, Mass who has an again this winter. her home in DeLand attepting to regain an erect position, its Roof Garden. affording a fine view of the country, river and
Ibwed by "The Feast of Seven Tablea" orange grove here. Hlie is making Robt. C. \aterson and wife arrived h I would suffer ittl. ry kidneys T i situated on South Hidgewood the highest av
in Scial lal. Admission tirty-fiv a flying tri, will return this week. in New York from Toronto Canada T. J. Stalvey, of Plant City. who has i w l suffer itnsely. My kidney tons. Rooms single or en suite, with or without private bath.
in Social Hall. Admission thirty-five a flying trip, will return this week. were .o wetak that 1 seem.el to have no
cents, including The Feast. Later he and his wife will return to Tuesday; aild the same day for Sea the contract for putting up and ship- control vr tht reti at OPEN FROM NOVEMBE th TO AY
-... .. .... hir..T,, i. k,pL-.....n,-IL ....A ..,m .....h,, ping the Christianey fruit this season. .......


spend the winter at Rose Villa. ........ ., .. p ..t i% a, a wianrinon
avig t tWas no uncolatmmron thin
Atthe Theaters. Mr and Mrs. Sanborn. of North Wood- here Friday afternoon. They were ac- arrived at The Ferndale Monday. bring- r t ri i or n t MRS. J. B. INSKY Proprietress.
stock. N. II., arrived Saturday. They companies byv a friend, Miss Mary Ham- sng wa thim a crew of ten men who are I pr rd )oanl's 3 3 St Rr.urt nlo a e
The Elite, formerly the 'Gator Moving have a fine store on the peninsula, where ilton, who will spend the winter with packers, to put up the fruit. He com- .Kidney Pills at HlankinaO' dug toe DAY
Picture Show, opened for the season they carry on photography, also a curio thlm. menced packing and shipping this week and to them owe my present firedom *.
The crop of oranges is said to be esti-
last Saturday night under the sai.e store. But this winter they contem- W. II. Byne is doing a very artistic med to 15,000boxes from kihv.y _trouble. 1 really feel
management as last winter. The atten- plate a visit to California, leaving the job of briek latticing at Mr. Farrell'snew ten ylearK younger sinb e I used )oan,s
dance was large and the entertainment store in charge of friends. residence. J. E. Barber, who has been occupying Kidlney Pills. i s T
enhanced by the music, Mrs. Osie Cren- S Baker, his wife, daughter and son [Dr. iHulk-y, ou DeLand, last week pur- one of the Cowan cottages on Ridge- For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents
shaw presiding at the piano. arrived this week at their home, Melros. chased of \\. C. Cannons, lot 10, block wod h moved t his ha ock farm Foster-Milurn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole
_Hall. i-s, property adjoining Judge Stewart's northwest of this place. agents for the United States.
The new Town Hall is progrc.s,ing. beach residence. Judge Stewart is doing Louis Messing has taken one of the Remember the name-Doan's--and
Large numbers were present last Sat- Mr. Blitch, of Holly Hill, has the con- good ni.hssionery work for our beautiful Cowan cottages on North Ridgewood. take no other. T he N ew Felts are H
urday nigat at the Crystal Theater, in- act. Sealhrecz, in getting DeLand interested- __-- _
terest being accentuated by the double Percy Freeman is putti up the prs with us in evehping our possibilitiesrity in F ull A ssortm ent
attraction of new location and the new for his new bungalow oin l'alia-tto Xrs. Theodore Price, three children
to perfection.a Therea were a to wOt ka Point. uand maid arrived front the North today,
to perfection. There were a Mrs. ilson Miller, wh hasbeenat ndil d the winter at the Prn- oo Now is the tim to select your Preferred
illustrated songs by that popular local Dr. Klock's Sanitarium for a week has ce ssna Theodore Price, Jr. a
soloist, OtisPelecier, withpianoaccom- returned home. tended histrained nurseuduaid. J Cto Browne DF. & Your exact size and proper shape is h
paniment by Miss Ella Willaume. h i b e CtifulBoe U.D.-F L
elevated floor, making the stage visible istpent last %iter at this beautiful homed.-
from all parts of the house, is an at- 1, d sd | a l evnt n Differ nt sA!
trative feature of ew Crysta l.1 IAVTON' AC Nv. 10-The S u for eating more

Meeting of D. A. R. Q ladies .,f the Methodi-t Church will give
Thelocalchapter1>).A.R. held thie,,ir a house arming and six o'clockS All th h d BO
"Tha,,ksgiving suppet in, tme basement of W e
first meeting this season at "Petita r a- n the church, which has just been com- In at article published in the duces a big-boned, well-devel- t e M e ad ,
h,. h ....ir om ,o, r. A. Ceanss h sern ,.leted. nThursday, Nov. 23. Youth's companion of Septem- ope menally energetic e. ne Mouse, and Gray,


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more watches *than any
i| between Jacksonville and
If we buy more we must
< eas we don't keep them.
rsa reason. Let us tell you
the reason.
'L. II. ROWE & Co., The Jewelers.
Remember that the special sub-
;Wriptoa price for the Daily and
Weekly Gazette-News expires De-

.-W. H. Peters, his daughter, Miss
and Miss Newstead, were
the arrivals Friday afternoon
week.
Oat again December 1-The
| ytona daily y News.
Miss Amelia Potter is at home,
ornr Ridgewood and Volusia
anNmies, having. arrived last week
.. om Westerly, R. I.
' .ialph Van Tyne, the new member
,tie forceat the F. E. C. Ry.
is a nephew of Mrs. J. H.
lremO, of this ity.
*A few bargains in second hand
id at Lesesne's Kodak Place.
K." H. Frosen, manager of The
Ji;i~pect on South Ridgewood
Aoiaue, arrived from New York Fri-
? night of last week.
The Count and Countess Raspoe,
So Italy, arrived in Davtona, the
latter part of last week, as guests of
'./'e Howa:.d on Volusia avenue.
t 'laIuNCHe FOR SALE-Julius Young
Is. Z. Burdick, Seabreeze. tf
'J ..M. A. Rodgers and daugh-
Ruth, returned home Fri-
night of last week from a sum-
_a' visit in the vicinity of Boston,


L. H. Moseley left Friday
n of last weeK for Chicago,
q. bsi she was summoned by a tele-
a^ m announcing the illness of her

S A Dr. Houghton, dentist, west end
Bridge. Peck block, phone 32.
S.and Mrs. O. A. Birckwood
Saturday afternoon on thlieir re-
to Chicago. They expect to
aee again some time in the

L. Wright and wife arrived
i afternoon of last week from
aaing Pa, and are with their
' k W. H. Wright, and wife, on
SVguia avenue.
aM U and see our new fall clothes
Foster Co.
GY .en. .8ebring and family ar-
v dSatirday afternoon from Se-
ig, Ohio, and are established for
winter in their handsome home
Bdgewood avenue.,
Y.F. Colby, the (hzette-News
correspondent,,was. in the
day. Mr. Colby had in-
H finger in some manner and
to have it treated.
*wOB BENT FoR SEASoN-House
Beach street; all mod-
anveniences; between Schmidt's
and Prince George Hotel.
y Gazette-News office.
Mr. Business Man-Better look
your stationery and see what
&' No printing office in the
is better equipped for high
than the Gazette-News.


-d Mrs. J. W. Shields and
L. V v.rta arrived


*When doing your Christmas
shopping let us help you. We have
the goods you want at prices lower
than ever. All goods engraved free.
Geo. H. Clark, Jeweler.
D Monks has opened his curio
store for the season


Mr. ana Mrs. F. A. Hill, o
City, Minn., who spent last
at Daytona Beach,'were amo
arrivals Friday of last wee
are located at The Gables
lusia avenue.
Out again December
.Daytona Daily News.
* Most modern type, best qu


paper Ind skilled printers-that's
the combination that produces good
printing. It's the comLination
you'll find at the Gazette-News
office.
Mr. and Mrs. John Young and
daughter, of Pittsburg, arrived Sat-
urday afternoon and are located in
one of Mrs. Pellecier's houses, on
Ridgewood avenue, which they oc-
cupied two seasons ago.
OThe largest line of men's and
bosv' clothinar in th citv at


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


John Messing, who served on the
f Lake petit jury this week, was accompan-
wiutei ied to DeLand by his family.
g the W. E. Blodgett and family ar-
on ano- rived Friday night from Fairbault,
Minn., and are established. in their
winter home on South Ridgewood
1-The avenue.
Out again December 1-The
iality of Daytona Daily News.


Mrs. Geo. H. Ward, who spent
last season at The Gables, is ex-
pected today by Mr. Moseley. Frank
Pertlick, Mrs. Ward's chaffeur, pre-
ceded here and has Leen in the city
for several days.
Last week the Gazette-News placed
an order for 100() pounds of the
most modern and up-to-date type
for job printing purposes. Bear in
mind that up-to-date printing costs
no more than the other kind.


.. srLC. ...... S "4 e 1 have the best equipped optical
24 2t Fosters' Two Stores parlors south of Jacksonville and do
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Doane ar- my own grinding. A perfect fit in
rived Friday of last week from glasses guaranteed. Consultati, n
Springfield, Mass., and are again at free. Neville H. Clark, Optometrist,
home on Magnolia avenue. They C onrad Stubenbord is already
were accompanied by their house- o S as alreaiy
were accompanied by their house- growing impatient to get upon the
keeper, Miss Josie Scanlon. water and is having his cruising
It. L. Hayden, who for several yacht, the Ernestine, prepared to
seasons has been in charge of the go into commission as soon as pos-
ferry for Capt. L. E. Ellenwood, re- sible at Root's Dry Dock, where she
turned Sunday night from Coopers- has been laid up during the summer.
town, N. Y., where he has been em- +Collars 2 cents, all style of shirts
played on the lake during the sum- 10 cents, with work left and called
mer. for at Daytona Steam Laundry. tf
*Get your picture frames and Mr ud Mrs C. Blackwell,
and framed pictures at Lesesne's who last winter conducted 'he
Kodak Place. Prices right. Cleveland on Magnolia avenue, ar-
Mr. n 1I Mrs. Jacob Espehahl and rived in the city Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ballough are Mr. and Mrs. Blackwell were enroute
attending the Masonic Convention to st. Petersburg, but said they
at Savannah. Mr. and Mrs. Bal- might stop here if they could find 4
lough will probably visit their son, location to suit them.
Irving, at Charleston, before return- Contractor W. ). r is
Contractor W. l). Bradbhsw is
ing. justly proud of the work he has
+Why suffer with corns when you been putting into the handsome res-
can have them removed by "Sure idence lie is erecting at Seabreeze
Thing Corn Remover," for sale by for Geo. L. Farrell, of Pittsburg,
Cm ia(wii, the Druggist. and was gratified at the appreciation


The dance held at the Daytona
'Opera House Monday night was
largely attended and proved a very
enjoyable affair, Twenty-five or
more couples participated in the
dancing and there were also a numr
ber of onlookers.
4J. B. Uebelhoer, of Seabreeze, is
the owner of a Boudoir Player Piano,
bought of George Wray.
Hunt up last week's Gazette-News
dnA im th.t ad tellin oft the


shown by Mr. Farrell when he
looked over the building on his ar-
rival last week.
*Fut R:;-N-- Two handsomely fur-
nished cottages, seven rooms and
bath, electric light, furnace heat.
Season 1909-10, price .$5i) and
K$ ) 0. Any agent or W. B. Chittec-
den. 24-2
Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Knox and
daughter, Miss Helen, of Hoopestow.
Ill., arrived Friday night of last


an re a wa .u g ar at o a gaiI n- ". -t
remarkable cotmbination subscriptioit week and are at home again for the
offer of the Daily News and Gazette- winter on Myrtle avenue. They
News for $2.00. The ad, wont were accompanied by Miss Ella
appear again and the offer expires Wilcox, also of Hoopeston, who was
December first. enroute to Coronado for the winter
Mrs. S. an arrived Sunda and continued her journey to that
Mrs. S. M. Rvan arrived Sunday ce M
n oht fronm Douglas. Mich.. accom- p n .


panied by her son, Capt. Geo. A,.
Rowe, and wife. Mrs. Ryan is the
owner of the Shell Boat, aboard
which she conducts a millinery bus-
iness during the winter.
*Just received; fine line Schloss
Bros.' all wool suits.
Fosters' Two Stores.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Twining ar
rived Sunday from Haskins, Ohio,
and are located in the H. E. Thomp-
son cottage on South Palmetto
avenue. Mr. Twining's brother, F.
M. Twining, and wife have been in
the city since last week,
.... .I "_- _


With this issue appears the ad. of
that popular hotel, The Howard, on
Volusia avenue. The Howard ha
recently been put in the best of con-
ditiou by its management, Two
new baths have been added and
other improvements made while the
exterior has been brightened by a
fresh coat of paint in artistic c n,-
bination.
i W. M. Moore returned Sunday
night from Eustis, where he had
been for a week or more looking
after the irrigation of his orange
grove. Mr. Moore says he has a fine
crop of fruit, but the trees not irri-


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Out again December I-TheI Out again December 1-The
Daytona Daily News. Daytona Daily News.
V i
T. H. Cave, Jr., of Jacksonville, I Mrs. E. F. Oates returned from
was in the city Tusday on a visit to 'St. Augustine thursday afternoon.
his parents at Holly Hill. The notorious Hart brothers are
C. M Wilder and family are at again in the city, having returned
home at Daytona Beach, having ar- the middle of last week.
rived from the north last week. Supt. A. 0 Botta was in the city
Miss Grace Edwards arrived from on school business from Thursday
New York City Wednesday and is a until yesterday afternoon.
guest of The flenn on North Beach Miss Rachel Van Vleck and niece,
street. Miss Annie Van Vleck, arrivedt
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Edwards and Thursday and are located in one of
daughter Marguerite arrived frmui j Louis Adler's houses on Magnolia
Narragansett Pier, R I., Friday of avenue.
last week. A party of local Knight of Pythias
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hall returned ten in number, including ladies, at-
from Mtchanicsburg, Ill., Sunday, tended a K. of P. district meeting
night and are at their North Beach at DeLand, Thursday night, making
street home. t, trip in B. W. Boyd's auto bus.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Brown ar-/ The pastors of churches of this
rived Thursday from Augusta, Kaf city and vicinity on Monday formed
sas, and are again at home on Souti a ministerial association, with Rev.
Ridgewood avenue. A. L. Abercrombie as president and
Mr. and Mrs. E R Bradford ar- Rev. H. H. Mallinson, secretary and
ri ed Monday from Evanston, 1ll., treasurer.
and are occupying their winter ho, e W. H. Eick, R. L Papy, W. A.
on Fairview avenue. Ball, Fred Kingston and John Me&-
M. B. Aultman returned WelneE- sing have been doing jury duty at
day afternoon from Atlanta where DeLand this week. James Kincaid
he has been visiting with his parents was summonsed, but illness pre.
for the past two weeks. vented his attendance.


R. A. Bliven left Tuesday morn
ing for Savannah, called there by
the illness of his wife, who has been
visiting in that city for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Lesesne re-
moved this week from North Beach
street to the house on Orange
avenue recently purchased from J.
R. Malby.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Price and son,
John, arrived Thursday afternoon
from Marble Cliff, Ohio, and are
again in their winter home on
Orange avenue.
OFerns and pot plants for sale at
Geo. Dittman's, S. Ridgewood aye
nue, first house south of South canal.
25- It
Mrs. J. B. Beecher and her son-
in-aw and daughter, Mr. and Mis
Soop, arrived Tuesday night from
Brooklyn, N. Y and are at home
on South Ridgewood avenue.
'At the Chrystal tonight all new
pictures. Music by Wood's orches-


E. Lane, of the firm of A. H. and
E. Lane, proprietors of The Bennett,
on North Ridgewood avenue, re-
turned from Boston the foropart of
the week. His brother, A. A. Lane,
will probably join him here today.
Mrs. Lettie M. Phelos, of the Ty-
ler-Phelps Gift Shop Co., arrived
last week from Boston and was
joined here Tuesday by her sister,
Mrs. Caroline J. Tyler. They will
open the Gift Shop here again this
winter.
*J. II. Gittens Co, dealer in fish
and oysters, smackeral a specialty,
Phone 5.. tf
C. MI. and Walter Rogers and sev-
end assistants are at St. Augustine
for the purpose of measuring up the
work done on the canal between
that city and Mayport. C. M. Rog-
e-rs went by train yesterday morn-
ing n ith some of the party and Wal-
ter followed later in the day with
the balance aboard the launch
"Gleam." Thep expect to be gone
several weeks.


Mrs. T. B. Wagner and baby re- A letter from H. H. Manwiller,
turned Friday afternoon of last who conducted The Morgan last
week from Fitzgerald, Ga., where winter, states that he has rented
Mrs. Wagner had been visiting 'he Austin on NortU Beach street
rs. agner ad been visiting hr and will leave Grove, N. J.,
grandparents for the past two next Monday and expects to be in
months. Daytona Tuesday night with his
Major and Mrs. W. Abercrombie hotel help and some guests. He will
Major and Mr. W. Abercrombiopen The Austin by the 18th. Mr,
were in the city several days thisManwiller was in the city or a few
week from New Smyrna visiting days this fall. He alsa conducts the
with the Misses Lilia and Emma Hotel De Chevalier at Ocean Grove..
and W. W. Abercrombie on Myrtle E M. H(oman, for several years &
avenue, resident of Daytona, owaiag prop-
ertv on Fairview avenue until about
wA number of fine peninsula a year ago, was in the city several
homes for rent. A few good board- days this week enroute to Havana.
ing house propositions. ('howe Cuba. After establishing their son,
properties for sale. Charles F. Burg- Albert, in business, some time in
man, Seabreeze, Fla. January Mr. and Mrs. Holman will
Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Langworthy g) to Los Angeles for a visit with
Xl r. Holmai'm brother. Mrs. Hol-
and the doctor's father, W. A. Lang- man (lid not accompany Mr. iolman
worthy, arrived Thursday after on South but remained at their home
From Westerly, R. I., and are at at Worcester. Mass.
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tieir Ridgewoou avenue nome .or
the winter.
A new Estey organ was je, eived
Monday for St. Marys Episcopal
Church, has been installed and will
be used at the services tomorrow.
The organ is full rich tone and wili
add greatly to the musical part of
the services.
-A nice line of youth's and chil-
dren's school shoes at
SThe Bee Ilive.


Waterworks Accepted.
The final test of the waterworks sys-
tem was made Thursday and everything
proving satisfactory the plant was ac-
ccpted and paid for by the Board of
Public Works.

Read This.
Come and spend part of the Sabbath
Day with the First Methodist Church
corner of Palmentto avenue and Bay
street, on Sunday, Nqv. 14th.
At 9:15 a. in., we have Sunday School
Cla-sev f,,r all ages over three years


I NfESS iAU ujiSM Lj I

E. L. b-a wAT fitzgerald & Oates
Physician and Surgeon Attorneys at Law
Seaattentio to di"sm of the
and residence, Magnoia saene, 3rd Perfecting Land des.
door west of P. O0., telephone 82.
oQoe Ahie9 a. m.to p.m. Conrad Block, DAYTOIA, ILA.

G. A. KLOCK Car"D.Lal Bert Fish
Physician and Surgeon LANDIS & FISH
Asstaed lwth R.O. Ooooey, M. D. Attorneys at Law
Special)aeiaatiom given to diseases of Practicingin an 8tate and Federal
thWe k%. age, Now ad Threat. oiEce Couron ClvtnrorOria al btsnmessglv-
bhQoaraT to a. at., Ito 4 and 7 to8 p. m. ea Gardal atmentlMea. Special feti
DAYTONA.FLA. or sav ***i S perfestin gUUla
M. JOSIE ROGERS, M. D. TITLES INSURED
Homeopathic Physician Voluia County Ataet. Investment
No. 453 North Beach Street. and Title Inqar-nce Company.
Office Hours, 12:30 to 2:30 and 6:00 ed.M'SS Ps siand ue Piterasp-
to 7aB. pone. wtfsh.PrFf;OareyD.Ld&
Telepho No.l ~sec'y and Trams.Oppoo oluaslao00.
Telepboe No. 122. BankDand F

ROY HOWE. M. D. D. D. & C. M. ROGERS
Physician and Surgeon. Civil Engineers
- Office and resident: 123 So. Ridge-
wood Avenue, pp Ridgewood Ho- DAYTONA FLA.
tel. Phoe 175. Office hours: 9 to
11 a.m.,2to 4rand 6:30 to 8 p.m. Daytona Office Established1875

S. MH. GOVE Daytona Private Hos-
Architect Builder and pital and Sanitarium
Arhitect Builder and Everyfacility forthe prpertreatent
&" cam of medical and surgical cases.
Contractor Electrical ppan. ns.
quiet sumM ng. peel attention
Residence and office, northeast cor- gives to an pa ta. erams on appa-
nor Ridgewood and Volsia ave. caton- S O 4x8-D ntonDs.
Phone 89. Daytona, Fla. phy.stia an large.

Dr. Bohanmes's
HOSPITAL and SANITARIUM, Il .
Rst Avenue, Dayte.n Fla.
T-enty-six large, airy 'rooms, nery
furnished and fitted throughout ith ll PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
hbosputal conveniences. ThoMroaghly
"quipped operating room on second
floor. For terms address Office in Atwood block, up stairs.
C. C. BOHANNON, M. D. Daytona, Florida.
Pheae nse. DAYTONA. FLODA. a,

Sl. SCHNEIDER. M. D. OEO. WRAY
Physician and Sureeon. Dealer in Pianos,
30 North Ridgewood Player Pianos,
Phone 193, Daytona, Florida Pianos to Rent.
Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m., Conce Tuner.
6i to 8 p.m.


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.mE mtis Aaguer,, ,..... B. Wheeler was in te city mated are suffering severely from W. M. Hankins has put in a water (ur men's -las is an interestiafeature.
afternoon from Pittsburg, several days last week enroute to his the extreme dry weather. The carbonator at the Atwood Pharmacy. There is no string attached to it.
,are again in their handsome home at Grove City from his Iowa leaves are curled and falling, while as a labor saving proposit.i.in. Hie lermia G. Porte;, district Superin-
home on, Volusia avenue. home. Mr. Wheeler owns no prop- in some cases even the fruit is dry has also had the water meter just tensdent., will p;each the morningsermnon,
Sat tal t telev-a. clock. His subject will. e,
S.ALE--Nice kitchen range, erty here at present but talks of and soft. outside the rear of the building, en- |I clial Purpo.. of Life. '
Sto exceed two months. In- buying again and spending part of closed in a cement box with double At 7:30 Dr. Tracy will pr.cr. The
lGazette-News office. next winter here with his family.cottage, rth side Orange avenue, cover for protection, T. 11. ergu.ioin subje-ct of his serron um ik, "Misspent
pen inu i be.ingt ragponsibee io; thnit lader MuOin; fuge v;eued ,y the Male
SA Russell proprietor of A number of fine peninsula ear Hi.lgwood, electric lights, hot beg responsible t tl lar .ea Furnishing Store, arrived home hfor rent. A few good oeard nde coltl water, fire place, wt'll fu-r iwork. .ua'-t. Mellin, rgi (r
teuse, N. Y., where she p oe propositions. nishd l.t i.Sxl OCse, N. Y., whee he properties for sale. Charles F. Burg- 1 hills, fever, cold and lagrippe. :t Episcopal Serkfs.
,puammer and is busy pre- man, real estate, Seabreeze, Fla. t l.. a guaranteed. All druggists pe. Episcopal ry
'the' ;ning of her store. St. Mary's, lyv.w, Service and
e opening of her store Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Shaw arrived Dr. N. W. Tracey, the Kentucky aI this issue appeal ithe adver- Snnn, si,:[a. ". Music b
Mrs. J H. Binney ar- Friday afternoon of last week from temper nce evangelist is in the city tisemeut of Th.e Pises, that pleas- ve.ste h. ".
"ay afternoon of last week Erie, Pa. Mr. Shawy has leased M. and will deliver a series of fourteen atly floated hotel on South I.ilg.c- 't. J:uip ,(rm"nd, Srviee and
.ik, N.y,. Mr. Binney H. Peck's house on Lop.mis avenue lectures at the Armory, beginni. g wood. Mis. Hiuskv is putting *.; ,~
H.LRowe& Co. again, as for a year with the idea of locating next Thursday, under the 1uapices house in excellent condit.. tonor the An t0hr Suggestion.
S- :r .. t the local: ministry and W ( .,i. .... .. .. ...


For Sale!


If you are coming South this winter, here
is your opportunity to buy one of
Mr. T. A. Snider's Beautiful


:alifornia Bungalows


p=to-date in Every Particular.
In the Best Locality.


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nim I YOUTH


Alfred B. Heath Succumbs to Meetinj


Evei


the Pitiless Disease,


Appendicitis.
Alfred B. Heath, eldest son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Heath of Holly Hill
died in this city Monday night, follow-
ing an operation for appendicitis, which
had taken place Tuesday of last week.
He had suffered several previous
attacks, the first occurring a little more
than a year ago, while he was at Narra-
gansett Pier, R. I. Last July he had
another severe attack, which the at-
tending physician, Dr. J. A. VanValzah.
insisted was appendicitis and advised
an operation on his recovery, but Alfred
shortly afterward went North and while
there was treated by one or more physi-
cians for acute indigestion
He returned to Daytona recently with
Dr E. L. Potter and family, Fhose
automobiles have been In his charge for
the past three or four years, and while
getting the cars ready for shipment to
California Monday of last week he was
seized w ith a severe pain, as in previous
attacks.
Dr. C. C. Bohannon was called and
pronounced it a case of appendicitis and
advised an immediate operation. Alfred
was removed from Seabreeze to this
city and the operation performed by Dr.
Bohannon, assisted by Doctors Howe
and Cho vning, but the disease had been
of too long standing and the operation
came too late to save his life, which was
merely prolonged for a few days
The funeral was held Tuesday after-
noon at 2:30 o'clock from the residence
at Holly Hill, Rev. A. J. Wilder rector
of St. Mary's Episcopal church ,officiat-
ing, and the interment was at Pinewood
Cemetery.
Alfred was. a handsome young fellow
m his twenty-third year and the large
concourse of mourners from both sides
of the Halifax and the profusion of
flowers spoke eloquently of the high
esteem in which he was held in the
several communities.
His sorrowing parents, his brother,
Kenneth, and his aged grandfat her, W.
B. Heath, who comprise the family
circle here, have the deep sympathy of
the public in their bereavement.
Dr. and Mrs E. L. Potter, to whom
Alfred had endeared himself during his
several years in their service and in
whom they placed the utmost confi-
deqnce, will greatly feel his death. He
was to. have joined them in a few days,
to be with them at Los Angeles during
the winter.


A Young Old Man.
P. J. Hawley is not as young as he
was some years ago but many a young-
er man might be proud to keep pace
with him when it comes to handling the
trowel and iportor board. Mr. Hawley
since he took up contracting again last
June has personally done 6,000 yards
of plastering in this city, Ormond and
Port Orange and is facing half as much
more work for the future without the
least evidence of "that tired feeling."

The Remodeled Brooklyn.
b'he Brooklyn, J. H. Bakei's boat
Wbi- Contractor E. S. Hall has been
remodeling, was completed la.t week.
., The Brooklyn has practically been re-
built from the hull and would not be
recognized by old acquaintances.
She has been fitted by Joseph (Osborne
with a 12-horse power Standard engine,
which drives her at a speed of about
eight miles per hour. The cabin is
nearly finished and everything is con-
viently arranged, a standing board or
platform in the bow for the use of the
pilot, being especially ingenious in
manner of folding it out of the way
when not in use.
There are four berths in the main
cabin and the large galley contains an-
other. The engine room can be entirely
cut off from the rest of the boat and
there is a convenient toilet room. The
boat is acreenei throughout. In fact
7 she is a very co afortable and nice ap-
pearing craft.
The power boat which Mr. Hall is
building for Mr. Baker has been delayed
because of the non-arrival of some nec-
essary material.


tAutomobile tires and inner tubes
vulcanized at Oliver's garage


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I TO ONA1N17 A N ****""A*-- -"***

VOLUNtEER DPARTINt. Roses and Ornamental Shruiery.
mR 4 All the best varieties of winter blooming, grafted Roses adapted to
Florida; also other ornamental plants,. tree and shrubbery. All plants
Called for Next Monday : guaranteed. Grounds prepared anp plants cared for
ning at the City Hall to : J. B. HINSKY, "The Pines," A&FIW'Iv


Form Fire Company.
A number of citizens have signified an
intention of being ready to volunteer
their assistance toward organizing a fire
department and to foster the movement
the city council Monday evening r,--
quested the newspapers of the pity to
publish a call for a meeting turbe held
at the City Hall next Monday evening.
Daytona now has its waterwajs system
and all necessary fire paraph alia, but
these would be of Jittle avail in case (of
fire without a regularly organized fire
department All interested are urged
to be present next Monday evening.

Improving Beach Street Parkage.
Miss M. Ella DeVoy has recently.been
adding to the flowering plants and or-
namental shrubbery on the parkage in
in front of the M. Ella DeVoy &t Co.
store on Beach street. A beginning
was made during the autumn for Miss
DeVoy by Mrs. Leon Despland and the
result was so satisfactory that Miss
DeVoy was encouraged to enlarge her
operations.
Mr and Mrs. Charles E. Gardiner are
also improving their Beach street front-
age in this manner, as are a few others,
but what an advantage to the city it
would be if all the property owners or
business people on Beach street would
take hold and make it one continuous
park from end tq end.
If the parties have neither the time
nor the talent for work of this character,
it could be accomplished by several of
them uniting and having the plants and
shrubs put in and cared for by some
one who makes a business of this kind
of work. This could also be done on
other streets of the city.

An Enterprising County.
Kissimmee and Osceola county are
peopled by hustlers-people who believe
in progress. The Board of County
Commissioners has just subscribed for
800 copies of the Kissimmee Val'ey
Gazette to be sent to northerners who
are interested in Florida. The business
men are advertisers and if you pick up
a copy of the Kissimmee Valley Gazette
you'll know it's published in a live town.

OPhone 28 will call for your clean
ing and pressing. 0. S. Burnett.tf


The Buckeye Water Lift.
$ INLET


The Buckeye Water Lift is an automatic pump which utilizes the pres-
sure of the ciLy 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
Fa-ts regarding the construction of the Huckeye 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-
ting 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 u ed.
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 no sliding
contact of metals to cut and wear, so that no oiling is required. 10 Spec-
ial attention is called to to the fact that any working part is accessible from
the outside of Lift. without interfering with others, making it very easy to
repair. 11 The pump has a stroke of 7j inches, which is longer than any
other lift on the market. 12 Valve is held at each end by center sup-
ports, which prevent leathers from cutting out on one side.
Sold by CENTRAL GARAGE.

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BkOK1ORETtIAN A O3AYJX OVA CENTU RY
W~ kove been Supliiigthle.

we ca~vvry -. 1&,ge *stofj.i(
PO RTABLf- ANDSTATIOftARY E l4S'BI
"JS, som111ls all -ool YioS oking madiait-
evS, *oaws aof ll &Wr4t3m59iC;3
OfVR Ca AIA1KTK jjj- grlQEC Ift.1
veRITE FOR- CATALGIME fgAMD IEftAS

~~MAIU$BY COMPANY ,
quOLFw$t 3 AT LATA c"A


THIS PROPERTY FOR SALE.


House with 100 foot front on Halifax River, opposite Daytona,
six hundred and seventy feet in depth, to Peninsula Drive.


300 yards south of Central B


ridge;



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Gardens in all

the year round.

Flowers, Orange,


House is ne w,
electric lighted
throughout,* has
seven large
rooms with bath,
etc. Well wat-
ter and cistern


Lemon

Kumquat


and

trees


with fruit


water.


now.


Price $7,000 Cash.


MAY


No terms and no change


in price for any one~
F. R. SWIFT, Seabreeze, Florida.


POSSIBLY


THINK


That you are pus fectly satisfied with the whiskey you are now using.
We think you will be better satisfied with
ECHO*SPRING CANE SPRING
Tbh South* Favorsoe Dtn. Boittled In Bond
fIN U < 4W < SW12Qg.
ECHO SPRING '$4.00 $5.00 $7.00 $12.W
CANE SPRING 5.00 7.00 12.Us


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LeraI Notices


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This Oct, .li, ls. 4t
lFirst put-. Nov ts; last pub. Dec. 25)
Notice to Creditors and Others.
In County Judge's COurt.
Volusia County, Florida.
Estate of Hertha McFadden.
Notice is htereby given to all creditors,
l-g. tees, distrilbute*ps and all persons hay-
ing clulinas or dt-umauds against the estate of
Berthn McFadden. deceased, late of the
countyty of Volunia, State of Florida, that
th-y are, and each of their is, called upon
to piesent the Ir claims to the undersigned
within two years from will Ibe barred. R. T. Mt'FADniDEN,
Administrator of the Estate of Bertha
Mel 'adden.
Novembe-r 9, 11M9.
MASONIC DIRECTORY.
HALIFAX LUDGE. No. 81, F. & A. M -
Meets 1st and 3rd Thursday.
HALIFAX CHAPTER, No. 5, R. A. M.-
Meets 2nd Thursday.
ORI BINTAL COMMAND DERY, No. 9,K. T.-
Meets 4th Thursday.
LIVE OAK CHAPTER, No. 1, 0. E. 5.-
Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdaya.
All meet In Masonic Hall. Orange avenue

A. OOODWIN
Practical
Mattress Maker
mattressess Remade with Care. Boat
cushions s inmde to order.
Hthop on N. Beach t. near Robert's
Blacksmnith 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. 16-3m


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NOW IN.




Seethe NewStyles.



BinhmM yaIeyCo.

The Furniture

Emporium.

LOW TIDES on the BEACH
Day of NOV. DE#. JAN.
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rooms. $1-5o per day. ped tte
North Beoch t., Dayta. '


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* Notice of Dissolution.
a The partnership of Michael -& Titus has
been dissolved by mutual consent. Henry
ST. Titus will collect all bills and pay all
Sdts of e prtnershp up tOct. 10th.
Sd o&WCAR MICHAEL.
- HENRY T. TITUS.
First pub. Oct. 21; last pub. Dec. 11.
-* Notice to Creditors.
SNothice is hereby given that the under-
X signed hive l been appointed by the County
Judge or Volusla County Florida. execu-
tor of Tihe -state of Edward White, late
-deen.sed. of said county, and have duly
quallned as such executors.
All creditors, legatet-s. distributees. and
all p-prsons having claims or demands
against said estate, are hereby notified to
present the amute, duly authenticated, tc
the undersigned within the time prescribed
i' latw, or the same will be forever barred.
t'ATHERINE M. WUITE,
HAROLD E. WHITE.
Executors.
Stl2 Park avenue, Plainfield. New Jerse-y.
OctoLUber 13. 1.
NEI-SON and WILLIAM N. RsYosN.
Attorneys.
1 First pub. Oct. 2. Iwt.)
Administrator's Notice.
I n County Judge's Courrt,
Volu.la County. Florida,
In the matterof the estate of Elias M.
Vining. deceased.
Notice is hereby given to all creditors.
legatees,and all persons having any de-
I ands against the estate of lSlas M. Vin-
lng. dect-ased, to present the same to th.
undersigned within the time prescribed bk
law.or the same will be barred.
JAMES P. VINING,
Administrator.
SD1ted-Orniond, Fla.. Oct. 1st. 1909.
I First pub. Oct. :k; last pubr Nov. 201)
Executor's Notice.
I n County Judge's Court, s
Volusta County, Florida.
In the matter of the estate of lelia A
SKitt-hell, dec.ased.
Notice is hereby given to all creditors,
legatees, and all persons having any de-
mands against the estate of Delia A. Kitch-
ell, deceased, to present the same to the
undersigned within the time prescribed by
law. or the same will be barred.
JAMKES CARILL,
Executor with the Will Annexel.
NOTICE.
i Nstice is hereby given that on the first
day of Deemtber, A. D.. 1, the undersign-
ed iunrdian of Annabel and Hearst Me-
'Clellan will apply to the Honorable J. Lee
McCrory, County Judge of Volusia County.
Florida,. for an order to sell an undivided
two-thirds Interest in the following lot,
piece or parcel of land lying and being in
t hie County of Volusia and Htate of ilorida.
des'rilbed as follows, to-wit:
Lot I1k Block N, Kingston.
H. T. Met (IJEiLAN.- guardiann


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MERCHANTS BANK
(Hanc Or VOLUSIA Ooumw Ban) .
Capital Stock.............................................. 0 m A
Surplus and Profits ................................... 55,165
Four per cent interest paid on Savings accounts and Time (he
tificates of Deposit. No notice required for withdraw I
Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.




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RIGHT OFF

THE TREES

Nearly all the fruit that comes
to the market is picked while green
and allowedto ripen on the way.

Of course such fruit never has the
delicious flavor of that which is ripened in natwe's --^
For this reason

ROYAL SCARLET BRAN

is really superior in flavor and I 'Ofis to any* 4lr
fresh fruits that come from nearby orh"ards during tlli.
days ofthe fruitseason.
ROYAL SCARLET FRUIT are gathered ad p
the orchards the very day they are ripe, and the 6la
nature alone can give is paeserved.
Royal Sarle stands for the best in the Ca d

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