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 27, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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0Ge Bverywhene. Reaches All Cimm..

Daytona, Florida, November 27, 1909.

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For the lady who fids that her feet do not hold out for the day's
duties, and ache, burn and swell so that she is taxed to the utmost to keep
a pleasant countenandi long before the day is done, we have put in stock of
thatfamous and wideip-known brandof GROOVER SOFT SHOES, which
are the standard for comfort and value Every pair ot Groover turn shoes
bare band awed, made of the best grades of goat and kid leathers from the
famous English makers. The soles are of the finest tannages and heavy
enough in the mock welt lines to make-them compare very favorably in
wearing qualities with the average welted shoe. and bring to the wearer
Quality. comfort, durability and value, 'For sale only at





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'business. Electrical repairs re-
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who employ us never worry about
Sour charges, and they know be- *
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Picture Frames, Door and Window
Cottage Avenue, DAYT

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Screens mace to order.


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and Cement in Stock.

Ceiling, Brick, Lime
office and Yards: FI-at ((a~
Railway and Orat;ge Avemmie

MILIA-Bond Mill. Atlantic Coastl ne Ry.. 100 nflos south of Jacksonville.
Kalamazoo. on Sanford Branch cl the F. E. EC. F.Y.

Phone 83

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gin a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Lool, a Hot Air Furnace,
.ny of the other metal necessities require I to complete a modern
nng, remember that



T ANS A TED George W. Fulce, of this city. and
TA NS ACTE'Dh & Wl Miss Ida Snow, of Iapse Bay, were
united in marriage at the home of
BI COUNC|I [. the bride's parent's, Mr. and Mrs. E.
BY CO U~M.1M. Snow, of Rose Bay, last Sunday
afternoon at 3:00 o'clock, Rev. J.
STREET WORK DISCUSSED AND Pattillo, of Port Orange, officiatii..
The bride may be claimed a a
PLANNED ALDERMAN Daytona girl, as her early yeVaere
spent in this city, her parent Ieing
HEYMANN PROTESTS. among the first settlers of 01tona.
S. .. The groom is a brother of Mrs. W.
Accompanied by spectacular side W ALedwith and the young couple
lights, the City Council Monday eve- will make their home on West Or-
ning transacted considerable business ange Avenue.
The usual budget of bills was paid,
including those of laying shell on
Beach Street. Says Alderman Hey- HAD NARROW ESCAPE
mann, "I object to paying that por- BEHIND A HORSE.
tion of this bill which relates to the .
shelling of Beach Street, for labor,. -.V Branch, of Daytona Beach,
teams and shell, for the reason that had a ; aarow escape from death or
ome of the ,members of the Street serious injury last Saturday morning.
Committee,.without consulting the full He waH behind a young and mettle-
.ommittee, ordered this work, and,. so;n honse and while driving along
furthermore, that the expenditure is ,econd rnue somepart of the har-
i- illegal, for the reason that the 0 -ss broke ard allowed the buggy to
Street Committee has no powers rua: .# l: ;ti".l ih[ c tllks of the alt-
without previously having obtained u*al. whics. be:m.* frightened aind
the consent of the council. This be- r.**i.min from StEcr.d avenue to Bea i
ing the case the members of the 11ca-h stlret turLed rorth and the
council who ordered the work should buggy collided with a telephone pole
pay for it." The objection was noted m front of The Glenn. Mr. Branch
on the minutes. ;'as thrown to the ground, but escap-
Henry T. Titus tendered his resigj ed with nothing worse than some
nation as fire chief to take effmec painful scratches and bruises. The
immediately. upon the organizati buggy was pretty badly damaged.
and acceptance of the volunteer fi e
department The communication was .
laid over untir the next meeting. Virginia Milliman to Open Season at
Oscar Michael submitted an offer Daytona Opera House.
of placing marl on Itidgewood Ave- Manager George W. Herbert will
nue It was filed. present the dainty comedienne, Vir-
All requests for tax rebates were ginia Milliman and company at the
laid over until a special meeting to Daytona Opera House Thursday, Fri-
be held Nov. 241th at r P. M. dany and Saturday, December 2nd,
Mayor Greene was authorized to 3rd and 4th, in three of New Yoris
use the police power to remove the best successes. Miss Millimani is one
boat house at the foot of Third ave- of the cleverest young emotional as
nue, instanter. well as comedy actresses on the
The Clerk was authorized to ad- stage today, and after the amusement
vertise for bids for the construction lovers of this city have witnessed
of sidewalks along west side of her first performance it is needless
ttidgewood Avenue to Fremont St. to say that nothing but the hignest
The Council voted to place tile praise regarding her work, will be th
from the railroad tracks along the alternative
south side of Magnolia Avenue to The plays to be produced during
connect with the First Street drain. Miss Milliman's engagement at the
This is to drain the water works Daytona Opera House will be -Divor-
pumping station cons," the masterpiece comedy in
It was moved by Alderman Hey- three acts by M. Victorian Sardou.
mann and seconded by Alderman Os- This play was revived two seasons
born that the City provide by the sale ago by that well known star, .M1iss
of bonds sufficient to cover the cost Grace George and the production
of an electric fire alarm system proved to be her greatest success.
vith district indicators to locate fires Pre pat libe hrgeda throughou the
to reorganize the fi play wasrewarded by capacity auli-
erect a suitable building to house all ences in every city it appeared.
the fire apparatuses, and to be a iss Milliman is a marvel in her
meeting place for the members work as Cyprienne in Divorcons,
the fire department, to pay for any andthe press has realded her as a
hose, ladders or any other necessi-o i.g,. American star "A Roman
ties for fire protection already pur- coming American star. eA Romance
chased; also the interest on the bond of a cmedy with every act a con-ngly l
issue for the water works. The int- tinuous lauh, will be included in the
rest and sinking fund is to be as- list of s to be produced. The
sessed against the assessed property third play will be -Alabaa," by h
located within five hundred feet of August us Thomas. A beautiful
any fire plug as a special assess- mance of the South which is one of
aen t. .. .h the cleverest plays ever penned by
Notice was ordered published in the s cle stplanaers Snead & by
newspapers that the numbering ordi- ,. anage s w n.a & Be.-
nance will be enforced. I Lnett have arranged with Mr IHerbert
dance will be enforceud.o ha e him play his excellent compa
I iany at the Daytona Opera House at
Out again next Wednesday THE popular prices, and splendid business
nAvumiiA I'%mA V u ;v jv should prevail during this enIgageien

THE PUBLIC ASKING Out again next Wednesday THE
Patrons of the F. E. C .Ry. are
complaining of the poor lighting of
the passenger depot at this place. (
xhich is afforded by oil lamps only. | O R M O N D I
ihe private opinion, very public ex-
)resscd, of parties arriving or depart- v J
ing by night trains is that a place of ORMOND, Nov. 24--Our old frie..ds
Daytona s importance should be bett .the Abbotts are nicely housed for the
-.quipped in this respect and they are .. ... o t hr ,ottag-.
surprised that electric light is not earr- ardwell, of Swampscott,
substitutedd for the oil. Harry back againrdwell, stopping att,
The fact is that the company took Mass., is back again, stopping at
this matter in consideration a year Mildred Lodge. The p1) tl of Or-
or more ago but had to abandon the mondalways giv spendnlrr thea
idea of installing electric light owing hand, he has been spendi so an
"o -at :winters in our town.
:o the fact that the service is disco- Miss Alice McNary, who has been
'inued at midnight during the sum-n ..v.d north duri. the
- .n d visiting friends nOrt[nl durn'!g tne-
mier. while the business at the depot turned Tuesdy
necessarily demands an all night ser- .mer,.retu re .
ice itrouighout the year. Walter Freck arrived fron tNei
It is po_.;.ie that if the matter was Mrthis lall wet to Ja-kson-
properly presented to the manage- ille on Tuesday to meet a daughter-
:nent by the city authorities, or a of her late husband, Fred Hall. !i
committee of the citizens, something all arrives from Minnea.olis, .nd
igt e done to improve e pre will spend the winter here.
nt lighting of te depot u.til such Mrs. Webster, a former winter resi
time as the electric light uill be Ormond is ith us aga.
trailable for the purpose the yea She will spend the winter with Mrs.
roun Carrie Pitts, ont Granada avenue.
Miss Pessie Sawyer, our popular

music teacher, has returned from St.
FIRE ESCAPE INSTALLED Louis, where she has been spend-
AT LOCAL QPERA HOUSE ing the summer with relatives, Mr.
G(rahi:n Thompson last week had and Mrs. I. H. Sawyer.
t complete fire escape sysen The our Hundred met wAfiter vieinrs.
-,t in at the ..yto.a Opr: aHoas, Smvyth on Friday last. After \i.-;ini
S. Sot.,. ;,e c street m,.ki, i: the new cottage, Connecticut, one of
apparently impossible for anyone to' the finest on the river front ti-y
:e impe, filed by fire in -the building, sat down to a repast of good things.
s there are now at least th:ee exit. which the hostess s roted foi
n additionl to the mai st-.iway spreading before her guests.
n statioatory ladder has been i)u. A. G. Wetherbee and F. t'o~bv
A station, i t windows onb Cottage went to Daytona on Mond:y. in the
t one of the launch, \\achusett-jnst it hv bisin-ss
:e(n.i.. le' ding fronn the rear of the ,
.rX' a.1d a '. load landing with s~ trip
;tantial railing has been er-cted on The new street lamins :!'**. b'int
he west and south sides of the p't up along the streets, Io.~stly oni
building g with a five or six foot rail- iGralada avene.
ed sta-irway leading to the ground on --
the west This additional stairway Out again next Wednesday THE
with landings reached from the. wvin- DAYTONA DAILY NEWS.
dows on the west and south sides is
in itself fully adequate to clear th -
building in a few minutes without
the use of the back stairway, the
ladder and the front stairwa- witf-
its branch passage to Cottage ave'
enue .
The seating capacity of the new
house has also been increased by


Attorney E .P. Oates, of this city,
and W. T .Hadlow, of Jacksonville,
returned from Philadelphia last week,
where they had been- in conference
withe the architects, Messrs. Price
McClanahan in reference to the
pletion oof the plans for the
don Several changes in the r
arrangements necessitated a ght
delay, but these have all com-
pleted and the work will be with-
in two weeks. The various on-
tractors have also been in Philadel-
phia completing their arrangements.
Dr. E. L. Potter left for Califor-
nia for a short visit to his hotel in
Los Angeles, but will probably return
soon to inspect the progress of the
work on the new house.
The financial arrangements have
almost been completed, the 7 per
cent bonds being picked up very eag-
erly by wise investors. A few more
bonds are for sale by Cashier F. N.
Conrad at the Merchants Bank.
The hotel will be built in accord-
ance with the plans as shown in the
Merchants Bank last spring, and the
new building will be fireproof in ev-
ery way .
Negotiations have been opened
with the various furniture houses
who are all anxious to get the con-
tract for furnishing a house of this
kind. The building when completed
will be the finest south of Atlanta
and will be absolutely up-to-date in
every respect.
Mr. Oates, while in New York, ar-
ranged for a wireless station to be
erected in the house and all busi-
ness will be taken care of by the
wireless company.
Since the burning of the Colonades
the peninsula vicinity is left without
a hotel capable of taking care of the
people who are in the habit of
spending their winters here and the
public at large are demanding a houia
of this kind.

Out again next Wednesday THE

In honor of Mrs. W. A. Anderson
the Misses Abercrombie last Satur-
day afternoon very delightfully en-
tertained at the Despland cottage at
five hundred and bridge .Mrs. An-
derson, Miss Evelyn Clark and Mrs.
Milligan assisted in the receiving
Miss Mae Jo)ley was awarded the
first bridge prize, and Mrs. Graham
Thompson the second. Miss Harry
took home the first five hundred
prize, while Miss M. Ella DeVoy was
the winner of the second.
Delicious rererehments consisting of
home-made candies, cakes, ice cream
and coffee were served. Mrs. Des-
pland was the caterer.


The Gazette-News this week in-
stalled a Mergenthaler linotype and
each line of this week's paper is
east on a slug by this intricate ma-
chine, which in its action is almost
human. The machine which The I
Gazette-News possesses is known as
the "Junior," although it does prac-
tically the same work as the "Stan-
dard" machine with the exception
that it does not set as wide "meas-
tire." The speed, however, in the
hands of an experienced operator is
said to be about the same.
The Junior does practically the
same work as five compositors would
do by hand. After the commence-
ment of the publication a the Daily
\'-ws the linotype will b e operated
IX hours each tay. thus insuring
plenty of reading matter for the sub-
scribers of the Daily News and the
P. F. Herklotz, an expert in
the employ of the Mergenthaler Lin-
otype Co. installed the machine and
filled the office force up with pre-
liminary instructions which are in-
tended to keep the operators on the
"wise side" of the "Junior'.' While
here Mr. Herklotz also installed the
.tne kind of a machine for W. W.
Carter His labors here neces-
iitating the missing of his Thanks-
giving dinner with his family tn New

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SCeturaly eaSdm Vlufa AvMe the ae aims hate the depot teon
the water front on the Haifax River. ThreeU miatieuak Wstores, po0t-
Soffice, chures etc The Howard is stsly a IIt-j.m e im every
repect at moderate prices. ytgE TABLE A SP NeTV. Mertben
Sookin, the cumisineexzptim0y good, the best the affods. Und.mr:
Sthe direct supervision of the ropretor. The b, ham e ny mons Cm-O_
e venienee and improvement. Ha large veraa ad pagomd and is sur-
rounded by laws and shade trees. Is dry atd weo veUtilated.
For terms apply to the proprietor.

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Beautifully located on Magnolia Avenue opposite the postffe. Home
has all modern improvements. Hot and eold baths, lighted with gas,
pleasant verandas. NORTHERN COOKING. Best of table boml and
service guaranteed.

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High Schoool.
In a recent meeting of the Parlia-
'uentary Club of the Daytona High
School resolutions were passed ten-
tlering a vote of thanks to Mr. Wil-
liam Roxby for presta-Ation of a
picture taken of the laying of the cor
stone of the new building; also, to
Miss NtM. tla DeVoy for geological
spec tniis which she so kindly fur-
-nished for the school.
The school has received pketures
in the past from (George H. Mun-
roe and A. Beneatct; geological
specimens fronl Mwss Jennie Stew-
art. and i ;their new building wills
have astiple room for any suitable.
;ictires. or books, that will add to
the usefulness of the library .
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Cottages Ifor Rent.

Ocean Boulevard and Grandview

Avenue, Seabreeze, Florida.

$150to $800 for season.

Fully fur-

nished with high grade furnishings.


Phone 128

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Real Estate,

THE AYT-NA ^GAZETTE-NEWS the prettiest fences on the peninsula
THE AYTOT NA GAZfETTE-NEWS completed at his picturesque home
JRT-1T.R EVERY SATURDAY on Ocean front.
SPU EVERY SATURAY Mrs. Kocherspergir went to Jack-
T. &. 'na.M ALD, E e .. sonville Sunday to meet Mr. and Mrs.
T. ALD Editor James McGee, who were to make the
trip from New York by boat. The
party expected to make the trip from
"THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY Jacksonville by motor car, and are
(INCORPORATED) looked for until they arrive.
Dr. Lincoln Mufley, president of
Stetson University, will give an edu-
Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Flonda, as Second Class Matter. cationa lecture at Wilman's Opera
House, Wednesday eveniLg, Decem-
ber 1st. Superintendent A. 0. Botts,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. whli will also be present, will ad-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. dre the audience along the same
ne one ye................ line Everybody is cordially invited.
One copy one year............... $1.50 -F Rent-Cottage or Rooms for
One opy ix mnth.............. .75 light'housekeeping. Address Box 306,
One copy three months ........... .40 Daytdna Beach. 0 3t
Mrs. Browning arrived Sunday af-
SATURDAY; NOVEMBER Z7. 1909 ternoon on ten days' visit with her
mother, Mrs. J. Alien. Mr. Brown-
ing will join the family for Thanks-
Report of Seabreeze High School,
40 *second mouth ending Nov .12, 1909.
,Two highest grades in each class:
Chart Class: Ruby WVilson, 92;
at DaZytona Claude Sims 92.
t First Grade: Harold Odum, 91;
P*ft l New KEarl Freeman 87.
Second Grade: Maxi:ie Odum, 91;
Agnes Lowe, 90.
Daytona Beach, Nov. 24-Foster burthirdalthourde: Ida Poor,98; Hurl-
Company, of Daytona, have opened up SEABREEZE, Nov. 24-J. W. Wil- Fourth Grade Ros King 96r3.
their gents' furnishing store on Sea- liams went to work last Thursday for Lela Burth Grade: Rosa King. 96;r, 4.
breeze avenue. L. G. Lyman, of Daytona. Fifth Grader, Ruth Barz, 94.
W. F. Bleekman arrived last Sunday School will be held at the Fifth Grade: Ruth re 5;80
Thursday from Cherry Valley, N. Y. Seabreeze Congregational church on ixt ran e Leota Coburn 90.
He came down with a party of thir- Sunday morning at 9:30; preaclling t Sixth Grade : Leota Coburn,
ty-four, seventeen of whom stopped 11:00. Dr. Blackman, of Atlanta, Ga., Clifford Butler, 90.
in. Daytona, and two, Mr. and Mrs. assistant superintendent of the Con- Seventh Grade: Ruth Stewart, 87;
E. Failing, of Fort Plain, N. Y. have gregational work in Georgia and Flor- Ear g1 ade :Jack Strothers, 94;
located on Pinewood avenue. ida, will fill the appointment and glsi e Coates. 3Glack Sadys brothers, 94;
Mr. Mason, of Daytona, has just earnestly desires the presence of all 93sie Cotes. 93; Gladys Wonnacolt,
completed' a very. handsome china who are interested in the building up "Ninth Grade Kirby Smith, 9;
closet, for Mr. Kittridge. It is made of the little church around the corner Ninth Grade: Kirby Smith95;
of selected cedar wood. Dr .Blackburn, assisted by Dr. Marsh, Bernard Schmidt, 90 brother
L. D. Curran, of Elmira, N. Y., who held services at the church last Sun- TenthGrade: Alfred Stroher, 86;
is a recent arrival at Daytona, was day afternoon. It is an almost assur- Roland Barze, 91.
calling on Miss Lester and rs.M ed fact that an able and consecrated Eleventh Grade: Wallace Griggs,94
Avery, on Valley street. minister from Chicago will have Irene Peters, 93.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Hart and Mr. and charge of the Seabreeze church this Twelfth Grade: Jeannette Ridgeway
Mrs. Furguson, of Coming, N. Y., winter. 9 Jay Stewart, 88.
arrived last week and are establish- Those who are most interested in
ed in the Phillips' flats, on the river the reading room are greatly encour- O
front. aged over the steady increase in at- r
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Graham and Mr. tendance. The weekly and daily pa- H LL HI
and -Mrs. Bert Porter arrived f-om pers are good drawing cards, and al- H Lil I
Iansing, mich., and are located for ready the bright little room is be-
the season at the Bishop House. coming a sort of half-way house for Holly Hill, Nov. 24.-Alvin Davn-
E. A. Branch real estate agent, has the meeting of strangers. Holly Hill Nov 24-AlvinDaven-
been quite busy the past we"k 'lo- Messrs. J. Ralph Wilcox and Wa- port, of Sharon, accompanied by Mrs.
eating the newcomers Through his terson spent several days the latter Palmer and niece. Miss Lum, of Eagl
agency the Pleasant iVew cottage part of last week fishing and hu.it- Wood, N .Y., arrived on Friday last,
has been rented for the season by ing on the Tomoka. and are occupying the davenportt
L. W. Kennedy and family, of Pitts- Thos .Keating left last week on a bungalow. Mrs. Davenport is expect-
burg, Pennsylvania. Mr. Branch business trip to Central Georgia. lie ed in a few weeks.
has also leased the Horn house expects to be gone about ten days. After three months spent with rel-
and cottage on Holly street to par- Messrs. Waggoner, Farrell and Gra aaives and friends in New York, New
ties from th e north. The larger were in Orlando several,days the .J'rsey and Massachusetts, Mrs. IH.
house has been leased to Mr. and Mrs latter part of last week. 'They made A. Carter, Mrs. C. S. Harris and Miss
Bailey, of Lansing, Mich. Their par- the trip in Mr. Farrell'o 'motor car. Harris returned home on Friday of
ty compose besides themselves. Mrs. Mr. Gray. assist by Jerome fast week, all having been beaefit-
Appleyard, their daughter, and Mrs. Wetherby, has been quite busy work- ted by the" trip, but glad to be
Hugh Lyons, of same place. The ing on the Colonnades' inventory of back to the Southland.-
smaller cottage has been taken by furniture, etc., since his arrival. The Mr. and Mrs. Rendel have moved
Miss Ely of Beverly Mass. Her broth- adjustors of the insurance companies td by Win. Ballough.
er will Join her here this week. arrived Monday Just as soon as the Mr. and Mrs. Burney and family
Foster Company of Daytona have insurance has been settled Mr. Gray are now occupying the house they
opened up their gents' furn'saing will have the Colonnades' grounds recently purchased from E. G. Har-
store on SaEra.eze avenue cleared, leveled and sown to Italian ris.
*A. Van de Vorde is building a ce- grass, for which he will receive the Mr. and Mrs. Corning, of Boston,
ment driveway with two neat retain- thanks of everybody. are visiting their relatives. Mr. and
ing walls between aus property and Mrs Putnam,two children and maid Mrs. E. A. Richards, and expect to
Mrs. Howard's on Palmetto avenue, arrived Monday from St. Paul, Minn., spend the winter here.
A hunting and fishing party com- and are comfortably established in G. B. Fouch, of Madison county,.
posd of Hadwin Courtney and Ever- Mrs. McConnell's handsome bungalow Florida, has been spending a few
ett Willaume and Miss Fay Stewart on the Halifax. days with his old friends, Mr. Bur-
and Miss Keating had a delightful Mr .and Mrs. Peter Rivenberg and ney's family. Mr. Fouch is greatly
trip up the Tomoka, going up in Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Buckland arrived from taken with this section of the coun-
Courtney's boat Saturday and retura- Carbondale. Pa., last Thursday after- try and may come back to make a
ing Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. noon, where they spent the summer, home hliere.
Chas. Stickler chaperoned the party. They were enroute about ten days,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Hill, of Lake stopping briefly at various points on
City, Minn., who have been at -the the road. (
Gables, Daytona, for some time, are Mr .and Mrs. .. B .Jones and I
now established for the Season in the friend, Mrs. Holloway, arrived foom C A
Smith lower flat, on Seabreeze ave- Connersville, Ind., last Friday after-
nue, this place. Mr. and Mrs. Hill noon and are at home on Valley St.
are regular winter residents and have A large party, made up of Sea- Port Orange, Nov. 25-Mr. Davis'
many friends in the several communi- breeze and Daytona Beach people, at- house corner Orange and Herbert
ties who are pleased to note their tended Dr. Tracy's lecture at the ar- streets, is nearing completion.
return. mory Sunday evening.' They made A. J. Haft's house on the river
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. K. the river trip in Mr. Hlolland's boat. shore is being pushed rapidly for-
Sweeney was brightened last Thiurs- Among the number were Mr .and Mrs ward.
day morning by the arrival of a Abercrombie, Mr .and Mrs. Rivenberg The-arrivals of the past week are
bright baby girl. Miss Kelly, Miss Chaffie, Miss Carrie Mr. and Mrs. Clark, Frankfort, Ind.;
Mr. and Mrs. North arrived from Bennie Boyd and mother. .os. White and Phillip White and
Indiana last week and are pleasantly Mr. and Mrs. Ayres and Mr. and family, Asbury Park, N. J.; Mr. and
located with Mrs. Elizabeth Beazell Mrs. Buckland went down to the Inlet Mrs. Rikeman, from near Boston,
on Palmetto avenue, in Mr. Ayres' boat last Saturday and Mass.; Mr. Carpenter, from Charles-
Mr. Fix landed a thirty pound bass had an all-day outing They caught a voix, Mih.; Mr. and Mrs. Brown.
from the ocean pier last Saturday fine lot of sheepshead and sailor's Mr. and Mrs. Horn, and Miss Owen.
afternoon, also Messrs. Livingston choice and cooked them in the open, lion. Charles Dougherty spent Sun-
and Calkins are making good catches which whetted their appetites for the day in our village.
along this line. They brought in feast. A very pleasant launch party was
twenty-five whitings, bass, blue fish, Mr. and Mrs. Gillette and babies, given Monday night by Otis Jounson
ete., as the net result of a few hours who spent the summer in Daytona at in honor of Miss Addie Vinvant, of
work a few days ago. the Saratoga House, moved home Sat- DeLand. They went as far as Dayto-
Mrs.Susan Foster arrived Saturday urday. na where they landed and attended
afternoon from Lovington, Ill., and is Mr .and Mrs. L. J.1. McNutt and one of the moving picture theatres.

occupying her home on Peninsula daughter, Miss Ruth, arrived from Oranges and peanuts were served on
drive for the season. Jefferson. Ohio. last Wednesday night the return trip. All enjoyed the oc-
Mr. and Mrs. Martimor, who pur- and will spend the winter at their caaion.
chased a lot on Palmetto Avenue last home on Halifax avenue They were Miss Addie Vinzant returned to De-
winter, are expected here soon. Mr. accompanied by Mr .and Mrs. S .R. Land Tuesday.
Mortimer will build on his lot this Fetch who will locate on the penin-
winter. sula for the season. Mr. McNutt
Mrs. M. A. Davis, of Binghampton, missed several articles from his THE YACHT VAGABONDIA
N. Y., came down with Mr.. and Mrs. home, prominent among which is a TOUCHED HERE WEDNESDAY
WlloMn, and has taken a suite of gasoline cook stove Theacht Vagabondia, arrived he
roomain their comfortable home on L.Z. Burdck popular contractor Thervacht VaWednesdabondia, arrnd tived here
Palmetto avenue. j t ule rtcontator, early Wednesday morning and tied up
Palmetto avenue, has just been awarded the Richard up at the south bridge draw for a
The San Souci Club will meet with Stevens residence, a modern seven- brief period, while necessary supplies
Mrs. J. Ralph Wilcox, Halifax avenue room cottage to be erected on Ridge- were being secured.
Seabreeze, Wednesday afternoon at wood avenue The owner, L. Mellon, presi-
the regular hour. Mrs. W. T. Tibbitts, of Dixon, Ill., The owner, W. L. Mellona resi-
Mrs. E. C. Hibbard who has been arrived Sunday and is the guest at Pittsburg. Pa., was aboard the yacht
under treatment at the St. Augustine the Princess Issena. accompanied by a party of friends
Hospitals for two weeks or more, has Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Smith arrived hound south to the Banana river on
sufficiently recovered to be dismissed from New Britain. Conn., last week shouting eto the Bation.
and returned home Tuesday afternoon and will spend the winter at their One of thepartybeing indisposed, Dr
Mr .and Mrs. J. M. Closson and pretty new home on Pinewood Ave. Roy Howe of this city wendit south
friend, Mrs. oJhn Gast, are recent ar- Miss Mary I. Burleigh, Mr. Smith's with the boat, expecting to return as
rivals from Ashland, Ohio, and are sister, came with them. soon as his t patients condition would
located on the Beach Mr. Eubelhoer has usthadoneof ermit.ets coditio would
Captain W .D. Oliver is having his Thperit.g, whch s e f
beach cottage the Dolphin, improved t he l argest prabondia, which is one of
by the addition of a lower living the rest private yachts that visits
room and two bed rooms upstairs.these waters, is in charge of Capt, A.
Mr. Buckner is doing the work. J. Canova, and carries a crew of ten.
Mr. Buckner is doing the work.Shei feetilong by 23.5 feet
Mr .and Mrs. Francis Garman and he is mn) feet long by 23du feet
daughter, Miss Garmen, and mother, beam and stands well up out of the
Mrs. Harman, are established for the water She is propelled by steam
season at the Rogers cottage. Mr. O" and is finely furnished and fitted.
three, the frost of age not having of the canal, but Capt. Conova says
reached his heart, and his bride, a it is slow work in places with a
sensible girl of thirty chose eto be an \ boat of her size.
"Old man's darling rather than a r "W)*n I& V\^ iN

For Sale or Rent, Furnished. MAKES WORK EASIER.
Ten-room house at Cooeoanut Grove
Florida, fronting on Biscayne Bay, g t I t
opposite Cape Florida. Large grounus
with tropical fruit in bearing. Dock People Are Pleased to Learn How
on water front Fishing facilities un- ft Dome.
surpassed. Automobile and yacht It IS DeoI
furnished if desired Modern improve; it's pretty hard to attend to duties
ments Apply to P. 0. Box 308, Mi-; With a constantly aching back.
ami, Fla.

T. G. Wagner, Southern Express
agent, returned from Savannah last
Saturday .


Given up by Doctor
"I had dropsy, and was told
by my family physician that
there was no chance for me. My
family also gave me up. My
limbs and body were swollen
one-third larger than natural,
water collected around my heart
and I had to be propped up in
bed to keep from smothering. I
took Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy
until I was entirely cured. This
was in 1902, and I am now able
to do any kind of work on my
farm. My cure was certainly
Wilmore, Ky.
Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy has
been wonderfully successful in
relieving heart trouble. Its tonic
effect upon the heart nerves and
muscles is a great factor in
assisting nature to overcome
heart weakness.
Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy Is sold by
all druggists. If the first bottle does
not benefit, your druggist will return
your money.
MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind.

Pupil of Siguor Garno, of the
Cincinnati College of Music.
Will receive pupils. Special attention
to tone work and study of the pedal.
At "The Parkinson" from Dec i to
Jan i. After Jan. ist at "The Ridge-

With annoying urinary disorders.
Doan's Kidney Pills make work easier.
They cure backache.
They cure every kidney ill.
Thomas Martin, Magnolia street, Ibny-
tona, Fla., says: "Deoan's Kidney Pills
leave done me a wonderful amount of
good. My back was so lame and
painful that I could not work. My
kidney were also all out oforder as was
shown by tie unnatural condition of
the secretions. I hardly had enough
strength to drag myself about and was
indeed in bad shape. Nothing helped
me until I procured Doan's Kidney Pills
at Hankins' drug store and used them.
They soon removed the pain in my back
and made it possible for me to work
every day without inconvenience ,
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster-milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole
agents for the United States.
Remember the name-Doan's--and
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Two furnished front rooms, second
floor of Atlantic block, opposite Yacht

Will rent or lease the two large, fine
stores recently occupied by the Daytona
Furniture Co. These stores will be put
in fine shape. Enquire of
Opposite Yacht Club

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Dealer In
Beef, Pork, Mutton and Poultry
No, 113 North Beach St.

Ridgewood Avenue. Large Rooms. Furnace Heat. Electric
Lights. Rates $2.00 Per Day.
MRS. CELESTE HINKS, Proprietress.
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loses and Ornamental Shrubery.,
All the best varieties of winter blooming grafted Roses adapted to
Florida; also other ornamental plants. tree and shrubbery. All plants 0
guaranteed. Grounds prepared anp plants ena'd for
J B. HINSKY, "The Pine.," 'a---woo Av
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An attrautivp house with large. airy rooms, hot mad cold water through the
house., sulplhur or salt water baths., electric lights, furnace heat, telephoms
Some of the pleasant features of "The Pines"' are iW wide venades am
its Roof Gard(-n. affording a fine view of the country, river and ocean.
"Tlhe Pines" is situated on South Ridge \wooi. the highest avenue in Dlj-
toni. Room.- inigl or oen suite, with or without .ivatel-ath.

. 338 'South
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MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.

Ridgewond Avenue,

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Plenty of Cloth and Dull Top

Patent Button Boots

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And consider the qalty '
Every chair illustrated e. i a B
best white mapie stock and tiih inataral
out-deer varnish. Tha seats are t grad
double woven rattan sol cheap p dl.
W$25e warmaina ktndreo Cm t bmse p eo Ae
Ms State. and e-ry customer bring usa wb>Un $223
SBecause our prices are one-third lowr than it 0o 1 01
fbor the retail stores to sll th*a* ntgrade ehairs am.
S These are onrl a fw of our pattern U PV qow e
chrs of ANVY SOART rito fok out

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't ou buy a Thermos Bot-
ather or brother? You -can
W the point? Never had
-useful and pretty things to
Diamonds, Catchy Jewelry,
-W Hand Painted China,
e Silver &c.If it's new we
-. JReference. anybody.
:'ROWE & CO., The Jewelers.
ikoble tires and inner tubes
at Oliver's garage..
Herman G. Porter was at St.
e over Sunday .
eC. Howes was a Saturday vis-
fom Port Orange.
.G. A .Klock was called to Du-
at Saturday onw professional bus-

Schofield, of Barre, Vt., has
a position for the winter
c Mills' barber shop.
o( ostello and wife arrived last
lek. Mr. Costello has for a number
S4years held the-position of head
rter at The Palmetto.
;iass Lottie Kilmer arrived Monday
ght from Frankfort, Ind., to re-
une her position as pianist at the
ystal Theatre during the season.
A. L. Bartlett and Mrs. Zella
iaver went to Jacksonville Wednes-
r afternoon for a few days' visit
Mr .and Mrs. W. F. Holmes,
gomerly of this city.
Work on the causway to. the pub-
library on the City. Island was re-
med Wednesday and if the stage of
Ie tides permits will probably be
joshed to completion.
The Loiterer H, was registered at
t, Halifax River Yacht Club yes-
lay. Her owner, C. F. Sparks, of
mSn, Ill., was on board south bound
to his place at Hobe Soun&.
LOST-Gold pin, two hearts en-
tWined. Finder leave at this office.
*M. H. Peck and Mrs. W. H. Peck
t up to Jacksonville Tuesday af-
0unoon. Mrs. Peck expected to re-
#Mg this week, but Mr. Peck will
lobably remain for a longer period.
*Perns and pot plants for sale at
6o. Dhitman's, S. Ridgewood Avenue,
*ht bouse south of South canal.
_~ streett Commissioner Humphreys
a been busy this week putting

scraper was used to level the
ies n the surface of the

.- .for Church's Little Liver Pills
18 doses for 25 cents.
W. H. Gardiner, who has been con-
PeIP to his home for sometime is
uiiw able to be about, getting out
the first time last Monday in a
whl chair to enjoy the balmy air
Ba sunshine.
something new, glycerine soap.
lr use In hard water, at the Church
ing store.
,ir. Property owner: If you desire
Bi sel just consult the Daily News.
ti bas a plan that is inexpensive and
HUgs good results. If you can't call
.Op ,a postal and a representative of
W&e Daily News will find you.
iow Sale or Rent-Six-room cottage,
wood; electric lights, hot and
IM water, fire place, well furnished.
-#8 x 100 feet R. J. Malby.
't7y water was put in at the F. E
lBy. passenger depot this week, a
e being run in fromVolusia ave-
and a faucet for general use
on the platform just north of
depot, where the pump formerly

2 cents, allstyles of shirts
Mts, with work left and called
Daytona Steam Laundry tf
w Sullivan and daughter,
SSusie, arrived from Starke on
M Y, and are with Mr. Sullivan's
Slllvan. Mr. Sullivan will
Return to Starke today or
but Miss Sullivan will re-
-here during the winter.
Frames to order at Les-

igston i adding a distilla-
to the Daytona Bottling
f Volusia avenue, and when
1 only distilled water will
43n the manufacture of the va-
ucts of the works, improv-
Squality and keeping proper-

us your pictures and let us
how satisfactory it is to
aIgM o your framing.
B W. H. Gardiner, Art Shop.
of the Daytona Truck
powerss Assqciation will
lAt the Norman S. Dayton
ii offlee next Thursday night
in the drainage project

present, as the matter is
n, 4ner nlew conditions
gers, civil engineer.

RENT for season-house on
eal Street; all modern con-
between Schmidt's Hotel
lQorge Hotel. Apply Ga-
IM gfice.
,ltman is driving a new
a made by the Hudsqn Mo-
lt Detroit, Mich, Mr. Ault-
ItRoger4 an4 Garth Young
Strip to Orlando Sunday
R the latter's machine and
a&ameday with the new
Ir .Aultman drove home.
k Sre pieces of furniture.
ast, for sale cheap .Apply

-"Arrah Wanna" owned
rad Commodore of the
Yacht Club, has been at
S oek during the week.
nd d family are with
lWannat" and it is said
Dkytona headquarters in
bf Titusville as here-

t 14. Christopher, who
ther Bister, Mrs. J. A.
thelpast twelve months

Odt again next Wednesday THE BIG DISPLAY
-H. I. Mills is making quite an ad- Of Christmas Cards and a Full Line'
edition to his residence on Baker St. f Holiday Goods Now on Exhibi-
- Full line of Rexall Remedies at
Young's Pharmacy. tion. Buy Early and Get the Pick.
H. D. Fluhart went up to Jackson- W A L L A C S
ville on business Thursday afternoon. a Jwly
Mrs. L. J. Cowan was a Jackson- Curio's, Souvenirs, and Jewelry.
ville visitor this week, going up Mon-
day. -Dr. Houghton, Dentist, west end
-Phone 28 will call for your clean South Bridge, Peck Block, phone 32.
ing and pressing. O. S. Burnett. t S. H. Moseley has rented the Stan
T .0. Milton was a Jacksonville vis iey House and will conduct it this win
itor from Wednesday until Thursday -er in connection with the Gables.
afternoon. -Artistic Photograph Calendars for-
-Automobile for hire by th eday, "t910 are now ready at Lesesnes Ko-
hour or trip. S. W. O'Brien, phont dak Place.
No. 114.
. The first meeting of the Palmettc S. Cass was a business and pleasure
Club will be held Thursday, Dec. 9 seeker in Jacksonville this week, go
instead of the first Thursuay of the ing Monday afternoon.
month. Miss Russell is selling stamped
-J. H. Gitten & Co., dealers in fish linens a fad fancy work packages at
and oysters. Mackerel a specialty. greatly reduced prices.
Phone 5. John W. Williams, of Seabreeze,
C. 0. Chamberlin, 6wner and pro has accepted a position in the L. G.
prietor of The Palmetto, is expected Lyman grocery store.
to arrive next Tuesday accompanied
by a party of guests. Mrs.W. F Gille and little daughter.
Sprty Mary have been visiting in Jackson-
JeStenographic or clerical posit:or. ille this week and enjoying the car-
Jesired. L.P. -. Box 47. aival attractions.
Father J. F. O'Boyle has been vis Mrs. M. F. Cowie, of New York, is
iting during the week at St. Peters gain at Schmidt's Hotel for the win-
burg, Tarpon Springs and other ter, her twenty-fourth or twenty-fifth
points on the Gulf coast. season in Daytona.
YoSaturday Candy 29c per lb. at -Largest stock of books, including
Young's Pharmacy. Saturday only. holiday books and popular fiction,just
J. B. Garrison is expecting Mrs. received at CLARK'S BOOK STORE.
Garrison and- baby to return today Come in now and look them over.
frobeen visiting for nowhere they have Mrs. G. B. Seaman returned Sat-
been visiting for some time. rday from Palatka,- where she had

dren wenry Van Dorle and hil- been attending the annual convention
dren went to Jacksonville Wednes- .of the State Federation of Woman's
day afternoon to take in the carnival Clubs
and return today. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wells returned
-Hand Colored Photos, the prettiest o Daytona last Saturday night and
in the city at Lesesne's Kodak Place are again established in their winter
The Astoria, on Bay street, is now home corner of Magnolia and Pal-
open to guests. Home-like and corn- metto avenue.
portable. Board with or without rooms Mrs. Lloyd and Miss Minnie Duck
Home baking a specialty. Rates rea- returned from Atlanta, Ga.. last Mon-
ableday and are with Mrs. Mary Duck in
Plank's Chill Tonic for Malaria, the Gove cottage. Ridgewood and Vol-
chills, fever, cold and lagrippe. 25 c'sia avenues.
guaranteed All druggists. 2 ly The Daytona Steam Laundry has
W. V. Carter, of Port Orange, was received the new collar' starcher and
a passenger by rail to Jacksonville shaper, which a trial shows work to
"rom this city last Tuesday, having perfection. The ironer ha:s not yet
business in the metropolis., ome to hand.
Plenty of winter accommodations Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Hallock and Irv-
in beautiful Seabreeze Handsome ing Knowlton arrived Monday from
homes on pretty grounds, ranging Millers Place, L. I., and are ap-ain
in rentals froinm $150 to $800. See me at home for the winter on north Pal-
about them. Chas. F. Burgman, Wil- metto avenue.
man's Opera House, Seabree-e. Charles Kost and family have
Mrs. H. L.Ober left Monday after- rented and are occupying the R. A.
noon for Savannah, Ga., where her Bliven cottage on Fairview avenue,
sister, Mrs. R. A. Bliven is serious- having leased their place, the Myrtle,
ly ill. Mrs. Ober expected to be away on Myrtle avenue for the season.
luring the week .
uring the weekK Mr. and Mrs. .. E. Connelly, of
-Oak bedstead with good springs Cygnet Ohio, arrived in Daytona
and mattress for $4.50. Others for last week Friday and will spend the
less at 29 Bay street. winter here. They are occupying the
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ross, of Bowl- Peck house on the corner of Beach
ing Green, Ohio, arrived Friday of and Loomis.
last week and are again located in The American Woman's League will
the B. F. Hough house on cottage ave hold the next regular monthly meet-
nue, which they occupied last winter. Ing at the residence of Mrs. Silas
Souvenir Cards at Leseane's Ko- Mills, on West Magnolia avenue the
dak Place-3 for 5 cents afternoon of December 2nd; the first
John J. McGuire, proprietor of th:' Thursday of the month.
Saratoga Inn, on south Beach street, -Plenty of winter accommodations
arrived with his -family last Saturday In beautiful Seabreeze Handsome
night and is busily engaged in pre- homes on pretty grounds, ranging
paring the hotel for the season's in price from $1.50 to $800 See me
business. about them. Chas .F. Burgman. Wil-
With this issue appears an adver- man's Opera House, Seabreeze.
tisement of EF.F. Russell's new mark- C. A. B. Tice arrived from Rock
et in the Odum building on North Hill. S. C., Monday afternoon and as-
Beach street. Mr. Russell has been sumed his position as a member of
in the business at Ormond for a num- the D.ily News force .Mr. Tice will
ber of years, but recently purchased have the care of the Mergenthaler
the Odum building and proposes to linotype. with the operating of which
establish himself here he is familiar.
-Plenty of winter accommodations The steamer Cherokee was brought
in beautiful Seabreeze. Handsome un from the boat yard Saturday and
homes on pretty grounds, ranging in tied at the dock at the foot of Volu-
rentals from 150 to $800. See me sis avenue, when she will undrego the
about them. Chas. F. Furgman, Wil- finishing touches necessary to pre-
mans Opera Hon se, Seabreez.r. pare her for the season's business.
The Glenn on North Beach Street T M a r a Matilda
is now open for the season under able TAlle Mss Marrived Friday night of last
management of Miss E. I. BIackwood, Allen arved Frday night of last
who has had practical experience of week from Fort Plain, N .Y., accom-
hotel routine in Atlantic City, N. J., panied by two more sisters, the Miss-
and other cities. Everything will I i es E Alle, o ill
done for the comfort of guests and lass." and are occupywng their home
-For Sale-21-ft. paneledld on ,airview avenue for the winter.
21 ft .wide. P. 0. Box 138. The smoking room of the Howard,
T. A. Snider iu established in his will be replaced by one under the
attractive bungalow, corner Ridoe- parlor at the northwest coiner of the
w ood and South avenues, onee of the building, where work is now in pro-
group of California architecture erectI gress upon what will be a cqmforta-
ed this summer by Contractor S. .' e and attractive lounging place for
Goe h those addicsttd to the use of the weed
Gore. _

-:FOR RENT-8-roq.m hupso. bathl. Ta.nksgilvng Day was beautifully
basement, electric light; Ridgewo(od fair and pleasantly cool. The spec-
Ave. DR. BENNETT or any agent. ial services at the churches were
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Westren, of el attended. Rev. H. H. Malhn-
Jl weekson, pastor of the Fir-st M. R. Church.
.ackson, Mich., who arrived lastwee deliver l he nernon at the 'nion
have rented one of Wilkinsp 's cot- held in the Congregtional
tages on Myrtle avenue, fOr. lt0 win- service
ter Mr. Weitr-n has spent a num-
ber of seasons in Daytona, but Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. LeRoy A. Smith arriv-
Westren has not been in the city for ed in the city lap.t week and have ta-
fifteen years. ken raq(1n with M. and Mrs. .1. M.
- Shelly & Jones, fun magkr, siug- Carson, on North Ridgewood avenue.
ing and 4aceing at Orystal Theatre, Dr. and Mrs .Smith are from Hig-
beginning Monday, 29th, for'only one ganum, Ct., and have speni several
week. Admission 15c. Doors open at seasons here, although they were not
7:00 P. M. south last winter.

Messrs. E. L., J. B. anti N. ..
Thomrson.WY.antI Ed Parker and IH.
Gay, and 4I. Van Dorn all of Ocean
Grove, N. J., were guests of the Aus-
tin one night las week They were.
en route to Fqrt Pierce for the .ea-
son with three fishing boats.
B. L. Armstrong'i lot pt the cor-
ner of Ridgewood and Magnolia ave,
nues, is just now i brilliant mass of
coloring with the blossoms of the
hybiscus, salvias and poincettas, the
latter being particularly conspicuous.
This handsome plant is being largely
used throughout the city for ornamen-
tal purposes.
G.G.Burgoyne is to have a pavilion
and landing dock built at his place on
the peninsula, about a mile south of
the city. F. A. Root is putting in the
dock, the piling for which was sent
down yesterday and. Contractor GAve
will put up the buildiing, wich iMr.
Burgoyne -ywi\l l uKAless use as an
objective point for some of hits P-
ular parties ,
-New Pickard hand painted china,
very appropriate for Christmas gifts,
at GEO. H. CLARK'S, Jeweler.

Mrs. L. P. Chisholm and son, C.
L. Chisholm. of Newburgh, N. Y., are
guests at Schmidt's Hotel. Mrs. Chis-
holm is not a stranger to Daytona,
having resided some years ago. with
her husband, at Port Orange, where
she still owns some property, as she
does also at Holly Hill.

A buneh of cattle have been annoy-
Ing the people of the north end of
the city this week. drifting into town
after nightfall and usually departing
again about daybreak. It would be
well for the owner to look after them
or he may have to pay the costs of
taking them from the City pound.
Miss Kathryn Thorp retutied Fri-
day night of last w~es torm attend-
ance at te annuall convention of the
State. ?. oeratiun of Woman'a Olubs
l-iai ai Palatka. Mi*s Thorp is a
member of the State organization.
holding the office or State Chair an
if Civtc 4.

Mr. and Mrs. E .H. Shoemaker
went to Jacksonville Wednesday af-
ternoon for a few days' visit with
Mr. and Mrs. B. Mason, in company
with whom they will shortly go to

Out again next Wednesday THE
P. W. Hart was a Jacksonville .vis:-
itor the fore part of the week. 0
W. W. Austin returned Wednesday
from his trip down thee river aboard
his yacht "W. W."
Garth B. Young made a business
trip to Jacksonville yesterday, ex-
pecting to return today. ,
The offices and commissary of the
Jond Lumber Co., at Glenwood, were
destroyed by fire Friday night of last
Mrs. E. L. Shear and son, Leonard,
rent up to Jacksonville yesterday
morning to take in the wind up of
the carnival.
Mrs W. C. Smith was called to
Lakeland by the serious illness of
aer mother, who, at last reports was
slightly improved.
W. H. Parkes, of Lakeside, Ohio, ar-
rived Thursday afternoon. Mr. Parkes
conducted a shoe shop on Volusia
avenue last winter.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Fletcher arrived
Tuesday night from Fitchburg, ..ass.
rhey will open their souvenir store
sometime next week.
E. L. Shear left yesterday morn-
ing with the "Josephine" for the
canal to bring down a couple of
barges of rock to Ormond.
Mrs. J. J. McDow, mother of E.
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Out again next Wadneday -
-* WANTED, by a boy from the
notrh age 17, work of any- kind for
the winter. Address Box 464, Daytona
Mr -and Mrs. C. EL Blackwell wh -
last season conducted the Clevelani
have rented the Myrtle and thes4
Guest cottage adjoining, on Myrtle
avenue for the winter The Myrtle
has been nicely fitted up and with
the large dining room Mr. and Mrs.
Blackwell feel they are very satis-
factorily located.
Daytona Elks will hold an afternoon
and evening session next Tuesday. A4
big bunch of candidates are being
groomed, and the exercises will open
with a parade at 3:00 o'clock. The
regular meetings of the lodge will
hereafter be held on Tuesday even-
ing instead'of Friday .

First Sunday in Advent: St. Mary's
Daytona-Holy Communion, 7:30 a.
m.; Morning Prayer and Sermon, 11
a. m. Music by the vested male cho-
rus choir.
Grace *Church, New Smyrna: Holy
Communion, 9:00 a. m.
St. James' Church, Ormond: Even-
ing Prayer and Sermon, 3 p. m.
Strangers welcome at all services,
all seats are free .Mr. Wilder will of-
ficiate at all services.


L._ anU d Mt. unn,o tmis city, ar- "Outside the Door," will be the
rived from Eoston, Mass., Monday,to subject of the morning sermon at the
spend the winter here as usual. Baptist church tomorrow. The Sun-
The Misses Hedstrom,who came her day chring worshill meet at 10 o'clo. The B
recently from DeLand, have taken a morning worship at 11 oflock. The B
flat for the season in one of Mrs. M. Y. P. U. will meet for a brief session
J. Holmes' houses on Third avenue. s : The subject for the umba
Capt. Jack Menzies and his mother very interesting missionary lesson.
Mrs .M. Menzies, arrived yesterday Fred Stones will lead. The Union
afternoon and are located as usual at meeting at the Armory will take the
the Cleveland, on Magnolia avenue.. place of the evening service. Every-
one is cordially invited to attend all
W. W. Abercrombie piloted one of these services.
the belated Tampa cars to Kissinimie;
Thursday night, leaving here at mid- MRS. S. H. MOSELEY MET
night and returning home yesterday. WITH FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT
Mrs. M. L. Perkins, of Hloopeston, Mrs.S.H. Moseley met with a nerve
Ill., and Miss IMarston, of Cynthiana, wracking experience and marvelous
Ky., are occupying part of Mrs. D. escape from death shortly after her
F. Austin's residence on Myrtle av'- arrival in Chicago recently. Herself
nue. and mother were accompanying their
sister to the hloqpjtal, where the lat-
Tie special performance at the ter was to undergo an operation for
Crystal Theatre Thursday night was tumor on the brain, and on the way
largely attended The Gem City quar- the ambulance was struck by an elec-
tet being the attraction of the even- tric car and badly wrecked. All three
ing. were thrown out and severely bruis-
The fine yacht. Ronda, of Jackson ed and- shaken and the shock no
ville with th. e owner, of JaksMortimer, doubt hastened the sister's death, for
Smith, and family aboard tied up atshe did not recoverfromtheopera-
the Yacht Club dock Thursday after- tion which followed.
noo The physicians and those who wit-
non nessed the accident said it was most
The flag will be out to welcome wonderful that any of them escaped
members of the D). A. R. Wednesday uinstnt death
afternoon, Dec. 1st., at 2: o'clock Ms. Mosley's return was delayed
at the home of Mrs. Win. 1,xald. >by this disaster, but she arrived
Daytona Beach, Thursday afternoon.
Wmin. Watson tuid T. S. Foule,- ar
rived from Lakeside. Ohio Thursday TAMPA CARS THROUGH DAYTON
afternoon and are located in the same THANKSGIVING DAY.
cottage they occupied last winter, on first cars of the Tampa to
Voluisia avenue. The first cars of the Tampa to
Hon. George H. Munroe, although 'nTampa endurance run, reached here
shipping lightly for some tirnit- from St. Augustine at a few minutes
has now begun in earnest the heavy after 11:00 o'clock, a. m., Thursday.
shipments of fruit from his hand-, Ths was the pace makers and was
some citrus -roves adjacent to this. closely followed by the confetti car,
city while most of the others arrived with
city. i in a period of ten or fifteen minutes.
R. R. Poston, of Kingston, who has The principal bwnch hAving in tow
been seriously ill with pneumonia, i. the pilot car, which was evidently dis
sufficiently recovered to be out, and abled. The cars and occupants show-
was in the city Thursday morning evidence of their trying jouroey and
for hte first time since he was taken were dusty and travel-ween, but ap-
sick. parently in good shape.
G. F. Beckler and family will ar- David Stchetn. the Tribune repre-
rive from Frankfort,Ind., about Dec.1 tentative. made a hasty call at the
Mr. Beckler will be in the employ of Gazetto-News office and asked that
0. S. Burnett, the taiho, with whom i assistance be sent back to two cars
he has been far tte past two sea- disabled by the breaking of axles,
sons. 'somewhere north of Ormond. One of
Mrs. L. N. Itaealor has opened an these was a Reo, with the owner,
art stQre in the 8. W. O'treton build- P. A. Wood and wife. on boArd.
ing on Magnolia avenue, while Mr. Mrs. Wood was thrown from the car
Shealor will do pressing and clean- and for a time was thought to be
ing of ladies' garments They are seriously injured, but fortunately this
from Atlantic City. was not the case, The other car was
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus II .Rogers ar- that d by Presint J. Efd
rived Monday night from Springfield Bryan, of the Tampa Auto Club, and
Mass., and are occupying their ho:s, 1 )arty. .
on Bay street, purchased la. "ason r Schein was in an E. M. F.
Mr. Rogers broaght downt Stvens- (car, with starter, machinr-y and Jim
Duryea car for use this winter. !.ry:m. and drive \ y Walter Beeman

S. Shear and daughter, Miss Alexis.
father and sister of E. L. Shear. ar-
rived Thursday night from Asbpry
Park. N. J. Mr. Shear spent last
winter here. but Mis S.hear has not
visited Dayttai' for several seasons.
H. Ii. Strother, Contractor Goves'
foreman in charge of the construc-
tion of the Thos. White hungalow
on south Beach strp et, is pushing
that building aa rapidly as. possible.,
each tday'~ work showing much pro-
Mrs. Montana S. Lu'lj;w, owner
of the Parkinson. v.iwner of Ridge
wood an. Magnolia avenues,arrived
from Urbana, Ohio, yesterday. leri
son, Fairfax, will join her here in
about two weeks.
-WANTkID-- A good work horse.
Mrs. W. H. Palmer, of Englewood
N. .1.. haa rented Dr. Iten:ett's
house on ltidgewood avenue, and will
later occupy It with her niece. Miss
Naonma Lum, of Seattle, Wash. They
are now at Holly Hill. where Mrs
Palmer owns property .
The proprietors of The Morgan andl
the Austin served fresh strawberries
to their guests Thanksgiviin; Day;
fine, luscious fruit fro the gair(on
of Leon Desplandt on Magnolia ave-
nue Mr, D apiland has the prcunise
of an diAundant crop of boer'.e? .
Geo, H. Sever u and family arriv-
ed ye-stexrday itrm Sheldon. N. 1)..
-Mr. St-verswn, who is a fine mehan-
ic, has been itn the employ of A. P.
Robert & Son for several seasons
past, but will this winter be with S.
B. Green at the Central garage.

Mr. and Airs. Win. Farmer arrived
Thursday afternoon from Terre
Haute, Ind.. and are as usan .at the
Troy House f or lhe winter. They
were accompan. e y Mr .and Mrs.
;Bentley, o, I'r Te-rre Htaute, who ar,-
,locattd on south Palmetto av-;nMe.

The subject of Dr. Tracy's lecture
at the Armory Sqnday night was:
'Footsteps of the Prodigal," a touch-
ing story of his own life. During the
evening Mrs. Chowning s9ang the
Holy City, and Mrs. Bohannon "Nine-
ty and Nine." Both songs were beau-
tifully illustrated. There was an ex-
ceptionally large attendance at this
The lecture Monday night was well
attended, the hall being fully filled.
but not crowded, with an earnest, in-
terested audience majority of whom
were young people .
Ti'ho subject of the lecture was,
"O Where is My Wandering Boy To-
night." which was illustrated by a
scrios of excellent colored pictures.
i)r. Tracy made a most moving plea
to those addicted to drink to break 4
away from its chains and used his
h:abit to impress his argument. Many 4
pledges were received .
In addition to the pictures used to
illustrate the lecture, a number of
beautiful scenes were reproduced. 4
brightened througho.eat by the very
charming disa-aptring view* of "'Lit-
tie Hielen.-
Plrtf. Sheppard Wang a solo and
ther- was soU te excellent music by
the choir,
'Tuesday ntght's lecture was entitled
"-The Relation of the Twentieth Cen-
tury Girl to the Morals of the Day."
There was music by the choir .
Wednesday night Dr.Tracv gave his
great lecture. "The MisFi*.1ppi of In-
temperance," the dlustrations for
which cost .!u $2t(900. lie took up
and dis.c'.sied the various tributaries
tv. this stream, beginning with Treat
('reek, at its v(.ry source and end-
ing with th(- Gulf of Despair. All
were s~',Aldidly illustrated there be-
ing magnificent pictures of running
wat.-r, (ret' an scenes and also scow
and le.--.nl) showing the vario; ;forms


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E. L. 61&WART
Physician and Surgeon
Special attention to diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose. Office
and residence, Magnolia avemne. 3rd
door west of P. 0., telephone 82.
Office hours 9a. m.to9p. m.

Physician and Surgeon
Associated with R.O. Oooley, M. D.
Rpectal attention given to diseases of
the Eye, Eye. Nose and Throat. Office
hours 7 to 9 a. m., I to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m.


Homeopathic Physician
No. 453 North Beach Street.
Offie Hours, 12330 to 2M30 and 6.00
to 7:30.
Telephone No. 122.

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

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

Dr. BohaBuma's
Firt Averme. Daytmm, a.
Twvnty-six large, airy rooms, newly
furnisbhd andl ftted throughout with all
hospital convulenien. Thoroughly
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Attorneys at Law
Special Attention to Fvammn* and
Pufc Land Title.
Conrad Block, DAYTONA, FLA.

Attorneys at Law
Praetiieng in all State and Federal
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Electrical applanes, trained narse.
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given to all patients. Terns on appli-
cation. No : Besch St.. Daytona.
Physician In Charge.

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Office in Atwood block, up stairs.

Daytona, Florida.


Physician and Surgeon. Dealer in Pianos,

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

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arffjlis be]
AiW. Glic

charter. n

*A L

ne that the under-
to His Excellency
vernor of the State
ee. Florida, on the
. fO, for Letters
he slarendon Hotel


Proposed Charter of the
The undersigned hereby associate them-
slves together for the purpose of b coming
incorporated under the laws of the State o01
Florida for the trafisaction of business
under the following charter:"
The name of this company shall be the
Olarendon Hotel Company. Its principal
office shall be in Daytona Beach. Volusia
County, State of Florida, and its business
shall be conducted there and elsewhere in
said State, and other' States that may be
found necessary or convenient.
The general nature of the business to he
transacted by said company .isalil be te
rent lease, furnish, manage, control, use,
sub-let, operate .and run the Clarendon
Hotel in Iaytona Beach, Florida, and the
cafe, buffet, blllard and pool room., barber
shop, news standsnd other bu:dness con-
nected therewith, and generally to conduct
a hotel business- to lease, acquire, purchase,
own, operate, sublet, run, manage and con-
trol hotels or a hotel In Florida or else-
where, and to engage 1, ,manage and con-
duet a hotel business. To operate and
maintain an electric'light, heating, power
water, lee and cold storage plant In and
near Daytona Beach, tlorhida for the pur
7 pose of manufacturing, produclag, trans-
mitting, selling and distributing electricity
l f'; "to consumers for lighting, heating, power
and other purposes; and to buy, sell and
deal in all kinds of electric supplies and
E i -, ~ fixtures; to furnish oldf storr.ge for the
preservation of fruit, vegetables, nomeats and
other products; to conduct a wrter system
and to sell water to consumers und others;
to manufacture, buy,,sell. use and deal Ii
Ice, either wholesale Or"etall, and t o do
general ice and cold storage business; tc
/ acquire and hold franchises conve-nient o01
necessary to the proper conduct ing of any
of the objectaTabove set forth; to engage in
and conduct a clgar business, to buy and
sell, at retailer wholesale, cigars, cigarettes
tobacco and amokers'and chewers'supplies;
to engage in and conduct a news and sta-
tionery business, to buy and sell books
stationery, periodicals, newspapers, maga-
sines and stationery supplies; to engage i
and eonductthe business of operating bIlI
Ilard rooms and pool rooms, purchasing
renting or leasing billiard tables, pool
tables and supplies for that purpose; to en-
gage in or conduct the business ofoperatlng
a barber shop, and to acquire, rent. lease or
purchase equipment and supplies for that
purpose; to engage In or conduct a restau-
rant or cafe business In connection with til
hotel or otherwise; and for these purposes
to purchase, acquire, rent, lease or provide
Sbuildings, lands, offices, rooms, stores
Apartments and places of busin.ts. and tc
let and sublet, rent and make all contracts
in reference to the same, and for thl-se pur-
poses to make and execute not.-s, bonds,
trust deeds, mortgages, contracts, s-curltie,
upon any or all ofIts properties u.d rights
and holdings; to acquire lands, le;:se, hold
interests, erect, construct, cham.;:--. repair,
**: Improve, equipfurnish, rent, let .. id sublet
.buildings, stores, apartments, rtoans and
Slices of business as it may find desirable;
t obtain licenses, franchisesand privileges;
t engage in the occupations above-nmen-
tioned and occupations related thereto and
transact the business above-mentioned and
business related thereto In Daytona Beach,
State of Florida, and elsewhere, as its
directors may determine from time to time;
for each and all purposes aforesaid to suli-
sairbe for, purchase Invest in, hold, own,
as ign, pledge or otheral e dispose of the
"* shares of capital stock, bonds, mortgages,
o debentures, notes and other security ies, obli-
gations, contracts and other evid(nces O1
indebtedness of corporations undt-r the lawa
of the State of Florida, or any otlhr State,
or elsewhere; to e ercise in resp et of any
suheb sharea'of'stock, bonds and Lt her obli-
J ,- gallons or securities of any corpor:at !on, any
_dividual onerbhIp, nludincldg thie, right to
S- vote.to issue bonds tAdd other ob:ilgations,
and tosecure the same by pledging or mort-
gaging the whole orasy part of th. ;property
ot the company, and to sell or ,'edge or
otherwise dispose of such bonds mad other
obligations or stock for corporate purposes'
and to do any and all acts and things tend-
Ing to Increase the value of the property at
any time held by the company; to Issue,
Sprchase, hold or dispose of, In e-xchnmg
K I for Its own stock, bonds or oblignatons, the
I-. stock, bonds or obligatIons of any other
corporation; to make such Iy-lnws ans may
be deemed best; to conduct any part of Itl
business and to have offlees and agenel!e
andtoem.loy officers and agents at such
: plaeesIn this State and other states and in
-. foreign oantries as may be useful, neces-
SIszyCBJaulste to the carrying on of said
bo them, and plomotln
1 the-pts_ sid corporation, mA:d to bt
determl*r. byf its board of dir.etors; to
have ana en) all the rights, pow; rs anl
privileges Incident to corpor.t ons for
pDrofit organized under and by vi tilti of thi
l of the State of Florida, and ganemill
to exercise such powers as may lIa incldeni
or convenient to Its purposes or imsiness u
carry on such operations or enter.;rises, aits
todoall such things In connection: there
with as may be lawful.
The amount of the capital stock author
i. 17led shall be Four Hundred Thous iid ($40u
01) Dollars, divided Into four thousand
S* 4000) shares of the par value of otne Huns
3 dredtil$O)dollarseach.' The capllilt stol-
.-_ or any sub.c on thereto na.v is- payalei
y either wholly or In pert ii cash, or myV lI
:-'". issued either whouy or In part for thle pur
*-. chase of property, leases, contracts, Ilabor o.
*. services, at a just valuatlon thera-of to Ib
.l to be called for that purpose.
The term for which this corporant.on is to
Sexist shall be ninety-nine years.
The business of said eorporatio, :sroll to
i^ .j managed by a Presd nt, First Vic-Presl
dent. Second VIce-President, eeI-r.tary ant
add Treasurer, who may be the ainae sper
son, and a Board of Directors, o,.ensting o
five stockholders. The anmnml Im..ting to
:I the election of Directors by the sto-k holder
of the Company shall be held o'i the Ians
Monday of April of each year. The date o
7 a" the annual meeting may Ie channged byv th
*s. by-laws. The Directors shall eleti all other
Slfficers at a meeting to be held as soon a
practicable after the adjournnm.nt of thi
annual meeting of the stoekiholi rs. Tbh
'- stockholders shall meet on the lIrs
Thursday of January, 1910, in I)ayton:
IpBeach, Fiorldmn, for the purpose of election
Directors and "adopting by-laws and th,
transaction of such other business as 111o1
K be undertaken. Until the otilces elected i
the fi-rst election shall he qualfltel. the husi
nessof the Company shall be conductt d l

Smthe following named offers:
SIC. L. Potter. President
'J.B. Conrad. First Viep-President
^'fR. M. Bond Second Vice-Presd-dent
It.K. F. Ontes. Secretarv
S F. N. Conrad, Treasurer
E. L. Potter. J. B. Conrad. R. M E;and,. K. V.
O ttesand F. N. Conrad. Directors.


The hghiest amount of lndebt,dlness or
liability t) which the corporation may at
any tinme subject itself shall I Fe ir Hun-
dred Thousand (W400.Ihi) dollars, tclutllng
any liability or lsabillties on an'\ lease or
leases for rent or otherwise.
' The names and residences of thI- .ulserrib-
lug Ineorporators of the said eor'- oratiomn,
together with the number of sh:lr'.*s of tine
capital gtoek subscribed by e-mci, are ins
L. L. Potter, Daytona 1ael. Fla.. fifty
J. L. Oonrad, DeLand, Fli.. one share.
K. M. Bond, Deaud, Fla., one share.
E. F. 8Otes, Daiytona, Fla., one share.
F. N. Conrad, Daytona, Fla., oje5 share.
J. B. C)N RA1D
R. M. It.0V4D
F. N. i'ONRAI)
Stnte of Pennsylvaniat A
County of Philadelphia Is
ilefore ime. n officer autlio:iz d to ad-
.xam ... L.A .... .- .. .

Mtate of FloriatI.
0lounty of Volusia I-
Before me, a Notary Public In and for the
Mtate of Florida. personally appeared F. N.
Donradand I. F. Ontes, each to me well
known and known to me to tie two of the
Individuals described In and who sub-
scribed their names to the foregoing pro-
posed charter, and severally acknowledge
that they executed the same for the our-
poses there expressed.
Witness m hand and official seal at Day-
tonA, Florida, this 2th Tday of November,
A. D. 190. T. E. FiTZuiMALD,
k-Seal) Notary Public, State of Florida.
My commission expires May 13, 1913.

The following Rates, Rules and Regulations
Governing the Use of Water has been
adopted by the Waterworks Board of the
City of Daytona
SECTION i. The minimum rates. unless
otherwise specified, for any service pipe
shall be Eight (s6.u0) dollars per annum for
each family or tenant, payable semi-aunu-
ally in advance.
SEC. 2. For all purposes not herein pro-
vided for special rates will be given on appli-
cation to the Board.
SBA 3. The following rules and regulations
shall be considered a part of the contract with
any person who is supplied with water;
I. All applications must ile made to the
Superintendent. Blank forms will be fur-
nished stating the various purposes ior
which it is to lie usld, and must be signed
by owner of premises or his agent.
II. Tapping rates, including corporation
cock, sidewalk stop valve, curb box and pipe
to sidewalk. for three-fourths-ineh pilpe Five
($5.00) dollars: for one-ineh pipe Ten ($s:.ut)
dollars. payable ini advan,-e. Price of larger
taps may be had upon application to the
III. The City will tap the mains for serv-
ice pipes whenever the applicant has |paid
Eight (S ou0 dollars. for water for one full
year. and the tapping fee.
IV. No consumer shall supply water teo
other persons, or suffer them to take'it,. ex-
cept for drinking purposes on the premises-.
V. Any agent, duly authorized by the
Bolartd,. may enter the premises of any water
consumer at any reasonable time to examine
the pipe and fixtures.
VI. Nu person shall open or interfere with
the fire hydrants or with valves or connee
tions of the street mains, unless permission
has been obtained from the Boward ory 8uler-
intendent. except the Chief of the Fire De-
partment 6r his assistants.
VII. Parties taking water front the City
will be required to have a water meter and
will be allowed 24.00u gallons each six months
and when more than this amount is used the
excess will be charged for according to the
following rates, in cents per 1,o0 gallons
Under ltoo tii........................ s -o9
200l.100 to 30.0oo00........... .......... j.
4W00.O to 400.600o..................... .0
Over 00.---......................... l------
VIII. In the case of r.sidesnees that are
closed a portion of the year. water rent for
the full year will be required, whether tihe
fulllminimun amount is used or not.
IX. Meters will lie furnished at Two (s2.10)
dollars a year rental, payable semi-annually
in advance: or parties desiring may own
their own met rs. purchasing the same ,of
the City at cost. the City in either case to
keel Dmeters in repair.
X. Water rent must be paid One-half. (1-2)
yearly in a Ivncee. the charge for the excess
water in the six months to be added to the
rent for tle following six months.
XI. Whenever any stoppage or irregular ity
of any water meter shall be discovered lby the
property-owner upon whose property the
same are located, it shall be the duly of the
owner, and also the duty of the occupant as
sson as the same comes to the attenti. in of
either. to notify the Superintendent forth-'
with: is such cases the Delaartnment v.ill
make ans inmnediate examination. of ti,-
Fame and. if necessary, substitute for tde,-
parary use another meter or some suitable-
fixture, and will leave such mnter or fixture
until the difficulty is remedied.
XII. Plumlbers. owners and all other per-
sons. excepting those in the employ of the
Water Board are expIresly forbidden tto re-
mnove, change aor interfere with any wae'r
meter for any purIos)se.
XIII. Tests will hae made of the accurlacy
of the water meters tby the Water Board upon,
the request of the owner or tonsunmer onm
payment in advance of the estimated ctet of
such test. If the meter is found to register
incorrectly, the cost for test will Ie refund-
ed., and tne bill for water Lonsumed will Ie
adjusted upon the best obttainable informna-
tion. and if the meter be found to register
corree*ly. tie laYymient imae in advance of
the estimated cost will nbe retained.
XIV. The Board reserves the right to shut
off the water temporarily where it Ibeeo nes
necessary to make extelnsion. anlt-ration or
XV. All persons taking water must keep
tine service iies, s Iio e-ks ani fl -etl cis
their premiss-s ini gosod (onlrder, preventing the
waste of water.
XVI. In case of violation of any of the
rules and regulation ms or for ahe noan-paoVment
of rent within fifteen days after same is dne
and hills have been presented, the supplly of
water shall be cut ofl without notice, and will
not I' resuamee. until all arreas ges are paid. tl.
with the ad hitional sUlU oh One (8l,toJi dollar
for turning the- water ,ona.
XVIl. All hills are pIayablle in advance on
the 1st day of November and the Ist day of
May annually.
XVIII. Pils' erec-ted in Iuildings for fire
proetel.ion shall ,not Ihe ove- four inches in
diameter; all outlets to such piles mhUist he
sealed, und no charge will ie made for water
for the puritose of extinguishling lire. When-
ever the sesiLs on ithe outlets have Iwent
lioken. it isrtquire.l that the landlord or the
consumer notify the Boaird or .superinte.nd-
ent, and the .eall' will >e- renewed.
XIX. It shali he the duty iof tine tupt-rims-
tendent to -a:luse notht.' to he given to all con-
smlaers wi hii any d' strict to be shut off at
least two hoairsl previous to shutting onfl. ex-
celit ini ease of aceaicasnt, is\ which euas- the,
water shall hea shut off without nztioe.

XX. It Is expressly stipulated by andi Ie-
tween the Board of Public Works and! the
water purchasers that no claim shall lie
made against the City or the lBoard on atc
count of the bursting or breaking of any
main or service pi.e, or anay aeeidental fail-
ure in the supply of water.
XXI. The Hloard of Public Works r.-serves
the light to alter or amenld any of tihe fore-
going rules or rates whenever in their judg--
mient public interest may require, or if l and
insunflient to pay the entire expense of fur-
Sulshing a supply of after for public and
private use and to meet the demands for the-
mayanentsof interest on water lands and for
the sinking fund for said liona a, or if found
l', excess. of such nIeeds..
XXII. L hen one or more reasidenees i.r
buildings are owned Iby one iarty, or where so
building is divided into tiats and said resi-
dences or flats are let to different tenants
one meter may lbe used by time owner or ten-
ant paying the iainimuma rate for each resi-
dence. building or flat -c'upied. The -owner
(of i he same ill fie held res omisilble forany
exes.- s water Ius atl .ver tI.he lie'iniutm ;allow-
XXIII. Water for street sprinkling shall
ailny li ke n from such h ydr-t it s as the
Board Imaay odesignae. 'Wagewtans used for
sntroet sprinklig eimust exhit alId fisplaly
('onspieuaunsly therton thie Iermit. issued to
the owner thereof. Any street st!n-isikir ale-
vi t ang afrman hit above rules will have- is
license revoked.
XXIV. The lire hydrants within the City
are set for the express ournmse of extilnguish-
ing fire and are to I- used onLily by firl,'ielen imn
the discharge, of thelir duty

(First pub. Jul. 17; iast pult. Iec.. Is.
Notice of Application for Final
Not!-e i.s I- rehy g!v'en that six maontlis
tiftetr ht'-, m ins %s (O I ltht r'nmit'- ;,s I t':.ni 1:e.
lh-rs a. I will pr,-Ma.it nssv tlnh i r'-tur-::- ,. aIl-
niatlisirtt or t ltlh c ill ;ln.s-x.'d o! th.- '-,tatt-
of RI. 1). imuw;:!n. to Ih.- C'ount'. Jthudt. of \'i-
Itisin (Couiit. -'!onrid:nid uask for iny llnal
W\W. \V. .-4AFFqlt.
Admlniiltranor with Will Ahilexe.\l.
Dut, J uly 1 -1 lt14..

itids foer ithe construction of side-
walks along ~ o'st sidt of Rtidgewood
A -- -t.. is ..... 11-1 ...-. -. .

Miss 8. Elizabeth Stoever, Principal,
_No. 1 Seminole block, Beach Street,
South of Orange.
Class and Individual Instruction. Coach-
ing of pupils needing special attention.
The Lanuguages, Elocution, Drawing, Lit-
erature and Current Events.

HALIFAX LODGE. No. 81 F. & A. M -
Meets 1st and 3rd Thursdays.
Meets 2nd Thursday.
Meets 4th Thursday.
LIVE OAK CHAPTER, No. 1, 0. E. 8.-
* Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays.
tki smeen in Masonic Hall, Orange avenue


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A. 0 0DWIN
Mattress Maker
Mattresses Remade withsehre. Boat
Oushions made to order.
Shop on N. Beach It. near Robert's
Blacksmith Shop.


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

or oak at S2.50. -









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
Farts regarding the construction of the Buckeye Water Lift.
1 Thev are made of the best quality of bronze.. 2 The workmanship
is of thie highest grade. 3 The cylinders are separate and have no con-
neetion 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 u ed.
It is operated entirely by water pressure without the use of anv 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 n.o 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 frontm cutting out on one side.



Don't Pass This
"I -
We have just closed a cash contract with three Distiller-
It's r our is to purchase all the Corn Rye and IBourbon whiskies
ai they will make during the next welve months.
This will give us an enormou< quantity of whi-keoy.
We are going to sell every gallon-and we intend giving the i-inefit of our pur-
chase and contract to you.
Pure Distilled White and Yellow Corn Whisfel, Expre s Prepaid.

1 g:Il. 2 g:l. 3 gal.
Quality-A-$1.90 3.15 5.00
Quality--B- 2.10 4 00 600
Quality-C- 2.45 4.50 6.75
Pure Rye or Bourbon
I gial. 2 glt. galil.
Qluality-A-S2 15 3 40 5.00
quality--1- 2 IJ 4 25 6t.00
Quality-C- 2.95 5.00 7.00

1 gal.

I qts.

8 'its.
4 00

12 tjts.

6 75

8.75 2.70 525 7.75
Whiskey, Express Prepaid.
4 gal. 4 ts. S tits. 12 qts.
6.15 2.20 4.25 6.00
% 00 2.60 4 75 7.00
9.50 300 5.75 7.75

White or Yellow Corn Quarts 5's. Express Prepaid.
5 lot. Its iot. 15 tot. ,0 lomt.
Quality-A-S2.25 4.50 I6.75 13 25
Quality-1l- 2 t0 5 20 7.75 15.00

Bottled in Bond Whiskies and High

I nal inl
glass Iut.
Sunnv Brook $1 00
Old Oscar Pepper 4.00
Mellwood -1.00
Lyndale 3.90
Lewis 66 4 00
I W. Harper 4 00
Mill Creed Cabinet 3.50
Upper Ten 4 00
G & B B:lack Lall-1 4 50

4 full

12 full
12 (0)

5.00 12.00

5 00
5 00


550 15-.00





Grade Blends, Express
I gal in 4 full
glass Ioat. qts.
)verholt 4 50 5.00
'. B. Ripey 4.00 5 00
Voo :ford Club 4.00 5.00
)Id McBrayer 390 4.00
Murry Hill 4.00 500
Fisher Rye 3 50 4 00
'-choi Springs 4 00 5 00
Rose Valley 3.50 4.00
'ream Kentucky 3.511 4.03)

21 qjts.
13 25

24 qts

51, bot,

12 full

10 50

Write for complete price list.



223-227 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

Ever more people
Ev y ayare appre.U
dating the true value of


*W. Harper Whiskey

The pure food Whiskey, with
value in quality, value in flavor and
value for medicinal and family use.
We alue vo-r Trade I

and can- r:: c31 -"a TRIAL
ORDER, knowing it will please
and satisfy you.

4 Full Quarts, Express Paid, $ 5.00
6 Full Quarts, :i;;re:s P id, 7.00
12 fui Quarts, D.ress Paid, 12.00

We VwIH 6-bip Vou-.!Exprezcs CJF-rges Pt
Rye and Bouirbons

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2 Legal Notices

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Firsi pun. UCet. ; as pln. t wc. M .
Notice to Critors
Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed have been appointed by the County
Judge of Voludsa county, Florida, execu-
tors of the estate of Edward White. late
deceased, of said county, and have duly
qualified as such executors.
All creditors, legatees, distributes, and
all persons having claims or demands
against said estate, are hereby notified to
present the same, duly authenticated, to
the undersigned within the time prescribed
by law. or the same will be forever barred.
21 Park avenue, Plainfield, New Jersey.
Octolier lM16i0.
(First pub. Oct. 2.1909.1
Administrator's Notice.
In County Judge's Courrt, I
Volusla County, Florida. I
In the matter of the estate of Ellas M.
Vining, deceased.
Notice is hereby given to all creditors.
legatees, and all persons having any de-
mands against the estate of ollas M. Vin-
Ing. deceased, to present the same to the
underslgned within the time prescril el by
law, or the inmewill be barred.
Dated-Ormond, Fla.. Oct. 1st. 1H.
S First putl. Oct. :; last pubair Dec. 19)
Executor's Notice.
In County Judge's court I
Volusid County, Florida.s
In the matter of the estate of lDeli: A.
Kitchell, deceased.
Notice Is hereby given to all creditor,.
legatees, and all persons having anv i-
annds against the estate of Della A. Kitcl-
ell. deceased, to present the same to the
undersigned within the time prescribed by
law, or the same will we barred.

Notice is hereby given that on the'first
day of Decenlber, A. DI, 1900, the undersign-
ed ;guardian of Annabel and Hearst Me-
Clellan will apply to the Honoralle J. Lee
Mctrory, County Judge of Volusia Count'-.
Florlda, for &in order to sell an undivldki.
two-thirds interest in the following .h
plece or pare.-I of land lying and being in
the County of Volusla and Ptate of Florida.
described as follows, to-wit:
Lot :13, Block 8, Kingston.
H. T. MeILKILAN, (Guardian
This Oct. 2, 1i0. 4t

tFirst pub. Nov 6; last publ. Dec.2 )
Notice to Creditors and Others.
In County Judge'otrurt.
Volusia County, Florida.
Estate of Bertha MeFadden.
Notice is hereby given to all creditors,
legaitees, distributes and all persons hav-
Ing cahiinis or demands against the estate of
Bertha McFadden, deceased, tat. of th-
Oounty of Volusia, tate of Florida, that
they sire. ind eac-h ol then l, c-ladl upon
to present theirclailtis to the undersigned
within two y.urs froin date; otherwise they
wili wl b rre d. R. T. MCFAbAgN,
Admlnilstrator of tie Estate of Bertha
Me' adden.
Noveilber t ,ItN.

Executor's Notice.
In County Judge's Court.
Volusin County, FPlPrda.
I n the mutter of lthi Estat, of
Wadlter Vn Dorn. lh-ceasetil.
Notice is hereby given to all creditors,
legatees, distribute es and all persons having
chtinis or dienaunds against the estate o0
Waiter Van Dorn, deceased, late of the
countyy of Volusla, State of Florida, that
they are anni each of them is, called upon
to present their claims to the undersigned
within two y-ars from date; otherwise they
will le barrett.
N IKNRY VAN Ik:RX, Executor.
This Nov. *0, 1909. .Sw

Notice of Final Discharge.
Notice is lherehy g-iven that six months
aftir date, to-wit: oil the 21th day of Nov-
emin er, 11110, or as s.4t; thereafter as I can lie
heard, I will Muake ly final returns as exe-
cutor of.the I a.t Will and Testnament of
tOriln M. Phtyne, de-ceased, to the Ctountv
.1 udge of Voluisin County. Florida, and task
that the salwi- Ie allowedd andapproved. and
that f tinial dislhnrge be granted me assuech
Adininistrator wiih the Will Annexed.
May "- W. M. 1HApFFNKiR.
Adnli trator with Will Annexed.

Notice of Final Discharge.
Notice Is hereby given that the umlersign-
ed1 Aulit inltrstor with the will annexe l of
Ist day of January 1910, present his flnil
recount ss such administrator with the
will annexed to the Honorable Countv
.Iudge-of Volus.i, C'ounty, Florida. at hlis
ofln.e in Delhlnd. lia.. together with his
vouchers. a lind atsk that the same tle :illowl
aullt that he Iw discharged.
This July ath, lSI.
Adtuminlstnriator with will annexed.

Large stock of



Capital Stock.........................................
Surplus and Profits ...................................... 5,166 .
Four per cent interest paid on Savings accounts and Time
tificates of Deposit. No notice required for withdrawals .

Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.


LOCAL TIM CARD No. 79. Correte4 teo Se 1I
No.8 No. A29 No. 78 No.&Z 8a
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S25- 1m0 5 tpm Lv..StAiu.tne .ArS VS5 pm 7 0 am
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10 47 pm 4 23 pm Lv...Rockledge_..Lv 'i2 12 pum I am
U 20 pm 457 pm Lv .-Eau Galle... Lv; I 1n i 12 am Pullman Buffet St leper
11 30 pm SO 0pm Lv... Melbourne. Lv 12 '6 pm 1 69 m tween New Ta or ka m
1286am 705 pm Lv....Ft. Pleree....Lv 10 25am Iele2pm Keyover theA satle l jhl
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11 2 am ...... Ar .Knights Key .Lv.......... 1 00 am
Ii .m...........Ar.... Key West. Lv -- --it7i
30 ami..........Ar.. ... Havan L .... ....... 00 p
*Sundays, Tuesday.and Thursdays. arrivals at Key West.
tTnesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. departures from Key West.
1Mondars, Wednesdays and Fridays. arrivals and departures at Haranu.

Palatka PALATKA Palatka Palatka PJLATgA

515 am ...... No.lo 100 Daily .......i :5 am 5 40am ....... No. 0- Danv..._.
6 15 am w r .n S Iiv.: 0 S00am Dwi%- a
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5 15 p ... No. 110 Daily-.....35 pm 5 p -. No.
6 85I .....No.112 Daily_~ 6 55 pm 7 00 pm ....... N&11 ..

- Leave East EAST PALATKA TO jArriv ave Sa SAN MATEO TO dAST
Palatka SAN MATEO Mateo Mateo PALATKA
830am ..-No.1aI 3 Daily- 8in 0...N o .
3 20 pmI .........No. 107 II1._... 3 40 pm 34 4pm, o :r iagij.

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F X.-~~' ~- Is 6 *am&
1303pmn19 30 a L.SeW uvr~asAr.I11m 74pm
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430Dpm 1200 mArAksuate Cii; Ju..Lv.112 45 pm .5 20 pm 20 -4 u~sDaly o.mqgna

Como o "0- mde Mat Kaigaht Key wih P. & 0. S. S. Co. for Key We;e m i"da,... C

iTah e TIME TABLES show the times at which traim ybe eapseadm stm
ewuwalaI.. aut their arrival or departure at thetis emMasWI
to bel baiOpmgible for any delay or any comeequen. arlt eadIm.


"I- --akg. s w


You H G M
OUafter you .ad .

dearly paid for canned
posed to be the best, to flnd I
opening them that they proved toi.
of ordinary and inferior quality' or
a "pig in a bag .
When buying canned goods you d it
see the inside of the can, theLefore be sume


is the standard, and the Fish, Frsits and Veta
that brand are all guaranteed to be ie fl.at
You never run a chance of getting a ."g






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