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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: December 4, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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DAYTONA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DEFr-MRrR 4, 1909


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OS ,imtbs IN THE GOVERNMENT TTTI(ATION TO HEVE THE STANDARD OIL COM-
PANY DISSOLVED.
e the Standard Oil company appeals to the supreme court of the United States within thirty days from the
ior)Ju W. EL. Sanborn of the United States circuit court for the district of Missouri his decision declaring
S 011 company an-illegal corporation and ordering it dissolved will go Into effect. Frank B. Kellogg of
I-was the leading attorney for the government in the case, and he was assisted by Charles B. Morrison of
p. John G. Mlburn and others represented the oil company. John D. Arebbold is now the head of the coin-
Sohn D. Rockefeller recently declared that he was no longer identified with the active management, although
p an enormous block of the company's stock. Henry M. Flagler, one of the defendants, is also a heavy stock-


'NEWS FROM THE COUNTY
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7 -I.= 1 W IHIUL Al I CLAHilIL dE U t%43
S- PORT ORANGE. Dee. 2-The ladies
ONE OF THE PROPRI- VARIOUS REAL ESTATE TRANS- of the Methodist church gave a sock
THE SHOW WAS IN FERS AND OTHER ITEMS OF ial at the Pattillo cottage on
THE SHOW WAS IN; FERS AND OTHER ITEMS OF Rid-ewocd avenue the evening of
THURSDAY. INTEREST TO RESIDENTS AND Thanksgiving. The affair was a
I social success and the sum of eight R,.Na ,D 3
.rs Greater Shows will OTHERS. dollars uas netted for the church.t ItLUEFIELDS, Nicaragua, Dec. 3-
rtbm Dec. 21. This will The young men of Port Orange and -rval toda rom elaa' ton-
news to the small boy DeLAND Dec. 2 Since Mondaypleasantdance hods in western Nicaragua report
ter Sun, one of the pro- deeds to property on the coast vicRidenit eod Hall last Friday even- cethat the bodies of Cannon and Grace
in Daytona Thursday, section of the county have been re- RioH. were cut to pieces and burned at
*mge*ent- for the corded in the office'of the clerk of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley and friends, Zelaya's orders.
he regular advance ad- the circuit court as follows: of Ohio. arrived Thanksgiving day. Messages received don't bear out
will he here next Tues- Mr. Bemis arrived from Michigan the report that the revolutionists
j Rose B. Thomas to Eq. B. & L. Co. Saturday d is with his wMie igand were defeated in the second day's
ra have about the best of Daytona,conveying Lot 67 and N1 daughter at tise home of h. Gesner. battle near Rama Zelaya's troops
ay e people who of Lot 66 Town of Blake. daughter r. Murphy arrived Sat- are declared to be in a pitiable con-
avkd their show is one Carl G .Wehner to George H. ury and are at home in their cot- edition from exposure and lack of food
oaducted and one of th Munroe, conveying Lot 108, Town'of tag on Dunlawton avenue.
Ig exhibitions traveling Blake. After a short with his mother and TWO TRANSPORTS PREPARING
The horses and ponies E. Watson to Ben Hall, conveying other friends James DuBois started TO SAIL FOR NICARAGUA.
ipeelsl feature and form Lot 38. Block 3, Coleman's Daytona. Monday on his return trip to Wash- 3-A
awstmlag sights. There Bugene S. Sanborn to Lizzie May. ington, D. C. FRANCISCO, Cal., ec. 3-Al-
4 xbkt of ild animals. Harding, conveying a part of Lot 3, Thanksgiving was observed by the though Federal officials still deny
i 'frogm strange lands. Section 14, Township 14, Range 32 E. Port Orange'school Friday afternoon, that the transports Crook and Buford
lp performance is said The consideration named is $2,000. when patrons and friends were pres- are preparing to sail for Nicaragua,
1Cteelence. I A bill of sale was recorded Wed- ent and entertained by the pupils with additional men are busy today put
nesday from H. D. Jackson to D. C.songs and recitations addig them in sea-going condition.
Young, conveying the pool room and Mr. and Mrs. Stockman, of Charle-tin them in sea-going condition
fixtures in the Oyama building at voix Mich., arrived Monday night.
Daytona Beach. CRUISER DIXIE WILL LEAVE
a aW .: aiUn ." each. Mrs. C. H. Meeker and Miss Annie CRUSER DIXIE WILL LEAVE
fiA fnal decree in the case of Gab- George arrived Tuesday evening from WITH SECOND DETACHMENT.
MW riella Blount vs. Charles Blount was Rahway, N. J. PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 3. The
granted by Judge Jones last Tuesday cruiser Dixie will leave the navy yard
l and was yesterday recorded in the here shortly carrying the second de-
V AND PROF. BOTTS office of the clerk of the circuit court tachment of marines for Nicaragan
SCHOOLS OF THIS T h degree grants to the complainant u KINGSTON waters. The marines are expected
an absolute divorce and the custody. to arrive here today. Ammunition is
care a;.- education of a minor child. being prepared at Fort Mifflin.
.Tamus Royall, of Jacksonville, is the' KINGSTON, Dec. 2-31rs. May Weeks
L Hulley, president of solicitor for Mrs. Blount. left on Monday morning for her form-
ty, and Superintend-! er home in Morgan, Vermont, after a SWITCHMEN RESORT
addressed the people rCATHLICS REVERE MEMORY !residence of about two years in this


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who have had experience in attempt.
ing to drive out "blind tigers," that
practically all the liquor now shipped
into prohibited territory is labelled
iBrA n d as some other commodity, or not
labelled at all, and frequently address-
PRAIRIE STILL AGROUND ed to parties other than the consignee
The federal authorities have already
IN DELEWARE RIVER. sent out notices to all manufatnurers


WILMINGTON, Del., Dec. 3-The of intoxicating liquors that their ware
auxilliary cruiser Prairie, with 700 must be labeled on the outside of
the package on and after the first of
marines aboard bound for Nicaragua, the new year setting forth the
the new year, setting forth the
is still aground in the Deleware River nature of the contents and the exact
today. High tide failed to float her amount in each package It is believe,
this morning. Tugs will try to move ed that if the local authorities cO-
her late this afternoon at high tide. operate with the federal government
in the enforcement of the law it will
QUIET IN WASHNGTON be comparatively easy to suppress
the "blind tigers." It is pointed out
ZELAYA'S NEXT MOVE. that from now on they cannot exist
without violating the federal statute.
WASHiNGTON, Dec. 3-It is Ze- and the assumption of the Depart-
laya's next move The State de- and the assumption of the Depart
apartment's action yesterday sending ment of Justice is that would be vi
gunboats south is followed by quiet chance of will not care into the luthe
today. The United States has pro- of the federal court
tected American interests and will of the federal court.
await further provocation from Ze- time that Inaome of the states where
laya before taking another step. the sale of intoxicating liquor has
been prohibited in one way or anoth-
er the railroads and express compa-
GUNBOAT, EAGLE, HAS h dl o mlaw
nies assisted the violators of the law
ARRIVED OFF BLUEFIELDS. by acting as buying or selling agents,
or both. Congress, with the idea of
WASHINGTON, Dec. 32 The gun putting a stop to this practice, p.o-
boat, Eagle, has arrived off Bluefields vided as follows: "Any railroad co -
ostensibly on surveying work, but n e s s o p nyr
it will remain in touch with the Nic- or other o h-
mon carrier, or any other person who,
araguan situation. in connection with the transportatioL
of any spirituous, vinous, maltel
iPARTY OF FILIPINOS fermented, or other intoxicating liq-
RECREATING AT DAYTONA uor of any kind, from one State. Ter-
ritory, or District of the Uniter States


mif Daytona Beach on
education, better teach-
talarles, etc., at Wil-
rme Wednesday night.
fe greeted the speak-
wiere listened to with

on general educa-
Parents' duty to chil-
. He spoke with his
Interspersed his
that made it es-
to the school chil-
addressed himself
we might have
teachers and


OF MOTHER SETON place, during which time she has
NEWV YORK, Dec. 3The centen-! been zealous in every good work
ary of the foundation in the United, that tends to lift up humanity and
States of the Sisters of Charity by purify the mind and heart of the you
Mother Elizabeth Seton in 1809 is and by her kind and congenial dis-
being celebrated this week in the- position, she became almost univers-


various Catholic churches and schools
throughout greater New York. Mother
Seton was born and received into the
Catholic church in this city, and her
memory has always been declared in
the faith. She sent the first band of
her sisters to New York in 1817, and
there are now 1,400 of her spiritual
followers laboring in the schools and
institutions of the metropolis.


ally beloved by our people, who re-
gret to lose her from our society.
Among the late arrivals at the Fern
dale are B. S. Fonts, from Oklahoma.
Mr. Austin. of DeLand. J. A. Clark, of
Maine. and .M. Scnumann and wife,
of New York -
Miss Pearl McGrain. of Emporium,
..b iV,->irinz friends at


pulsory education, iVa., wh otia U ..h....ev .
09e to inform theim- Pierson for some time, is here on a
ucational bill which From Friday's Daily: visit for a few Ldays with her friend.
"he next legislature. Mrs .Charles L. Christopher who .Miss Belle Pye. at Mrs. --radshaw's.
Piae in the nextpolit- has been making an extended visit G. lr. Iewns is now occupying l -his
r HnllAev nnid Mr. ....... -_i 4ndrik new rt sidence on Carswell stre,-t.


St. PAUL. Dec .3-Railroad officials V. G. Fairly, manager or the
declare they have 40 strike-breakers Filipino midgets, John De La Clews
at work in the local yards against and his sister, Maritina DeLaCrews,.
the striking switchmen. Strikers claim is in the city with the party, which
the statement to be a lie No appre- also includes Mrs. Gregoria Gabril
ciable freight movements is notica- DeLaCrews, wife of John DeLaCrews,
ble. and McCarido De La Crews, a bro-
Strikers are bringing legal action their of the midget couple.
against railroads under the State la- They came here Monday from Jack-
bor laws for importing workmen who. sonville, where they had been during
are non-residents and giving them' the Carnival, and are located for a
special police badges. couple of weeks in a cottage owned
by Henry Van Dorn, on West Volusia
avenue.
A NARROW ESCAPE. avenue.
NARROW ESCAPE. Mr. and Mrs. De La Crews arte
Herman Schragg. who has been particularly drawn to Daytona through
painting Frank T. Pecks' home on the fact that their baby, which died
Cedar stret-t, had a fall from thi' while the party was here two years
ftr street, had a fall from the idaororao, is hurid in Piwood
front p.-ak of the hose last Friday Ce.,Itery. and they at that time mad-.
which mi;i'ht have ended his career soni- warm friends in this city.
but for a deflection by way of the-
porch roof which prevented his strik-r. and Ms. Frd u-
I- Porn, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred .ru-


or from any foreign country into any
State. Territory, District of the Unit-
ed States, shall collect the purchase
price or any part thereof, before, on.
or after delivery, or shall in any mar.-
ner act as the agent of the buyer or
seller of any such liquor, for the pur-
pose of buying or selling or complet-
ing the sale thereof, saving only i.
the actual transportation and deliv-
ery of the same, shall be fined r et
more than $.5000."

WOODWORKING PARTNERSHIP
RECENTLY DISSOLVED.
H. T. McClellan and W.S. Edwardz,
who for several years have been e -
gaged in the woodworking bunine -
under the firm style of Mcl('.e-ll ,
Edwards. have dissolve-d partnership.
Mr. McClellan will continue the br-
iness and Mr. Edwards will rema.
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TRIlKERS DISCUSS IEMITANT ALL "ItY"



LOCAL DRAINAGE PROPOSITION. STATES TO

DAYTONA TRUCK AND FRUIT Holly Hill canal, ten feet in width,
GROWER'S ASSOCIATION HELD a smaller parallel canal next to the 3
DRAINAGE MEETING. sand ridge west of the hammock,e P.
new canal through Kingston to the
There was a fairly good attendance river and the necessary east and
at the meeting of the Daytona Truck west latterals -
and Fruit Growers' Association held Messrs. Rogers and Oates were se- "BOOZE" AFTER THE FIRST OP
Thugtsday night. elected as a committee to draft a pe-
Toe principal object of the meet- tition to be presented to the county NEXT MONTH, ACCORDING TQ
ing was the discussion of the drain- commissioners PENAL CODIFICATON.
age of the hammock lands in this A letter to Messrs. J. W. Ball &
vicinity. Son from the State Agricultural sta- WASHINGTON, D. C., Dec. 3. -
Attorney E .F. Oates, of the law tion in regard to cultivation of sugar Another phase in the great campaign
firm of Fitzgerald & Oates, was pres- cane was read and M. H. Zuber ad- against liquor will come to the fore
ent and addressed the meeting in re- dressed the meeting on this subject,:
the first of next month, when the reM
gard to the legal features of the sub- urging the adoption of some method
ject, stating the constitutionality of to encourage the growing of cane in vised penal code of the United States
the drainage law this section. is to become effective Many of the
D. D. Rogers presented a state- It was decided to hold regular meet changes made in the penal code by
ment showing the ditches necessary ings on the first and third Friday the Sixtieth Congress were of minor
to drain tne proposed area, giving the nights of each month, and a special
approximate number of cubic yards meeting was agreed upon for Friday interest, but the section relating to
and the total cost at $30,100 on 4600 night of next week to take further. the shipment of liquors into "dry"
acres, or $6.54 per acre. action towards getting the proposed; territory contained new legislation.
The plan proposed includes a main drainage project into the hands of the result of which will be to make
cana* from the Wilder to the the the County commissioners. the United States a factor in pros-
ecuting the violators of the act. In
e Hu n e D ow n d in thickly settled communities the local
One Hundred Drowned n authorities, as a rule, are able to
deal effectively with offenders, but
Hurricane on Britih Coastin certain sections of the South an
uh t sin sparsely settled communithem
LONDON, Dec.3-A hundred person: Fourteen steamships are reported to the task is not so easy, and the menr-
bers of Congress from those sections
and b recks arve eknwn as tne have been lost, and land damage is insisted that the federal government
and *any. wrecks are known as the
result of a hurricane Which reached great All wires are down. One wo- should come to the aid of the local
its culmax along the British coast an is known to have been killed authorities.
its cimax along the rtish coast Three sections of the new codifica-
last might and scores injured.
last ght and scores injured. tion relates to the liquor traffic. The
post important provision is that on
Bd e and after Januarj 1, ex.ery shipment
of intoxicating liquor shall bear
mBodies o Grace the name of the consignee, the na-
ture at the contents of the receptacle
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I Legal Notices

a.'i t paub. Oct. S2; last pub. Dee. IL
Notice to Creditors.
Notteice is hereby given that the under-
hgned ave been appointed by the County
J=geof Volusla County. F1lorida, exect-
tore of the estate of Edward White. late
deceased, of said county, and have duly
qualified as such executors.
All creditors, legatees, distributes, -and
&Ull 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.
CLATKxItxN M. WHITE,
HAxoD E. WrnTEr
Executors,
21l Park avenue, Plainfleld, New Jersey.
October 13, W9.
MiluMoS and WILLIAM N. Ru"STON,
Attorneys.

(Flrstpub. Oct. 30; last pub- Dec. 18)
Executor's Notice.
In County Judge' Court,
VoluMia County. Florida. (
In the matter of the estate of Delia A.
Kitchell, deceased.
Notice is hereby given to all creditors,
legatees, and all persons having any de-
and against the estate of Delia A. Kitch-
- I11, deceased, to present the same to the
Undersigned within the time prescribed by
law, or the same will be barred.
JAMES CARNELL.
Executor.
tFirst pub. Nov 6; last pub. Dec. 251
Notice to Creditors and Others.
In County Judge's COurt.
Volusla County, Florida.
Estate of Bertha McFadden.
Notice is hereby given to nil creditors.
legatees, distributes and ill persons hav-
ing claims or denMands against tihe estate of
Bertha McFadden, deceased, late of the
County of Volusia, state of Florida, that
they are. and each of th.ini is. caill'd upon
to present their claims to the undrt-signied
Within two years from date: otherwise they
will be barred. R. T. MCFAIlIDEN,
Administrator of the Estate of Bertha
McFadden.
November 9, 19w.


Executor's Notice.
In County Judge's Court.
Volusia County, Flerida.
In the matter of the Estate of
Walter Vain Iorn. ID-ceased.
Notice is hereby given to ill creditors.
legatees, distribute-es and all persons having
elaimnis or deniands aigiainst tit, -stett (of
Walter Van lorn, de -ceased, hiate of the'
County of Volusin, State. of Florida. that
they irfe alid eich lof tit-iI is. called 11ionl
to present their clannis to tih,- uind-rsigiiedl
within two years from dnatv; otherwis,- they
Will be Iarre-d.
HI.KN Y VAN DoltN, Ext-citor.
This Nov. i. te, lii.i. sw

(First iult. Nov.27; last pulb. l.-c. --5tt

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY

FOR LETTERS i PATENT
NOTICE is hereby given that the under-
signed will apply to His Excellency
Albert WV. G-lchrist. Governor of the state
of Florida, at Tallahassee, Florida, on the
V0th day of December, A. D.. 119W, for Letters


businessand to have o4ces and agen cies.
ad to employ olleers and-agents at auch
places in this State and other states and in
foreign countries as may be useful, neces-
sary or requisite to the carrying on of said

determined by its board of. dir etor; .to. RO O U 2
have and enjoy all the rights, powers and
privileges incident to corporations for .
rot organized under and by virtue of the
Laws of the State of Florida. and generally
to exercise such powers as may..be incident AT HEAD OF MEXICO. E HG
or convenient to its purposes or business toLECTRIC
carry on such operations or enterprises, and
to do all such things In connection there-
with as may be lawful. EVEllTS IN THE CARER OF PRLSIu DIAZ. i
ARTICLE II1.
The amount of the capital stock author- 1830-Born in Oaxaca of an Indian Mother. Educated for the Church.
ized shall be Four Hundred Thousand $4uo.- 1846-Enlisted in war against the United States .
(4,0) shares of thepar value of One Baun. 1854-Served in revolt against Santa Anna.
dred ) dollars each. The capital stock 1858-Supported Juarez in war of reform. H Mi-
or any subscription thereto may be payable Jur Inwrfeom
either wholly or in part in cash, or may be 1859-Opposed French 'war of intervention.
issued either wholly or in part for the pur--
chase of property, leases, contracts, labor or 1867-Secured surrender of City of Mexico from Maximili*
services, at just valuation thereof tobein 1867-Candidate for President against Juarez. Defeated.
fixvd by the Board of Directors at a meeting
to be called for that purpose. 1876-Made Provisional President of the Republic.
ARTICLE IV. 1877-Regularly elected for a three year' term.
The term for which this corporation is to 8 u d o. 'tai
exist shall be ninety-nine years. 1880-Secured election of Gonzales as his successor.
ARTICLE V. 1884-Again elected President, law against re-election having been abro- 1 A
The business of said corporation shall be -._ ... '''"
managed by a President, First Vice-Presi- gated.
dent, eeond Vice-President, Secretary and RatS $2.0 PW Day a A rm
add treasurer, who nmy he the same per- S "; .- .
son, and a Board of Directors. consisting of CI EAn attractive u se with large, y rooms. b ade iiai ii
five stockholders. The annual meeting for CITY OF MEICO, Dec. I-Pres.Diaz affected an almost incredible change t wtr h i
the election of Directors by the stockholders today rounded out twenty-five years in Mexico. Diaz saw that political i Some of the pleasant feature dof "The Pines
of the Company shall be held on the last Som ihe pleas feOo Pine-aI*iik
Monday of April of each year. The date of Of continuous service as head of the I peace and industrial prosperity were 0 its Roof Garden, affording a fine view of the coetry, river and
the annual ueetint may iw changed by the
by-laws. The Directors shall elect all other Republic. In celebration of the an- alike dependent upon railway commu- "The Pines" is situated on South Ridgewood. highest aea
officers at a meeting to be held as soon as niversary flags were everywhere dis- nication. In 1875, two years before tona. Rooms single or ea suite, with or without private bath.
practleable after the adjournment of the
annual meeting of the stockholders. The played and during the day the aged the election of General Diaz, Mexico M
stockholders .shull nmett on the first 4DOPEN FROM NOVEMBER tlW TO MAY Ist.
Thursday of January. 1910, in Daytona President was kept busy receiving had only about 360 miles of railway-.
Beach, orida for the npurtose of lea ting deputations bearing felicitous Twenty years later she had nearly MRS. B. NSKY, Proprietress
translation of such other business as may messages and greetings from all parts 7000 miles and she has today approx-h ;aI
be undertaken. Until the officers elected at !. 338 South Ridgewood Avee DAYT N
the flrst election shall ie qualifiedthe husi- of the country. All the leading news- imately 20,000 miles. Much of this A
nt-ssof the' Company shall le conducted by papers of the capital today contained work has been done by a costly sys- @-
the following nainmed officers:
E. L. Potter. President articles calling attention of the peo- tem of subsidies, but there can be
J.. IB'Conrad. Fir-t Vice-President
IR.B1. Pond. ~,o.td aVice-Pre.sident ple to the anniversary and re- no question of the wisdom of the in- ,as
F. N. onra. Treasurer minding Mexico and her people of vestment Aside from the effect of .
E. L. Potter... 'ourad, R. M Bond. E.F. what they owe to the soldier and the railways upon the industrial
Oatesand F.N. Conrad, Iirector 0 I1
statesman who has devoted his life to growth of Mexico, without them it
ARTICLE VI. "
Th- highest amount of Indebtedness or the welfare and development of his would have been practically impossible Centrally located a Volsia Avene, the main avenue from the dep
liabilitveto which the corporation ny at country for President Diaz to put into ef-i the water front on the Halifax River. Three minutes walk stores,
dr-d Thousand i4e.iih> dollars, excluding It is no exaggeration to state that feet those political reforms which!a office, churches, etc The Howard is strictly a firsthCla~g uine em
ansesifor rentorotherwiseon any leave or under the rule of Diaz Mexico has be- converted the country from a land of a respect at moderate prices. THE TABLE A SP AL, T
ARTI*LE VII. come a new land. For 300 years Spait almost uninterrupted domestic war : cooking, the cuisine exceptionally good, the bea th iet affores.
Th., names and residences of the stuiscrib- ruled the country in the same manner into a land of peace and law and or- 0 the direct supervision of the proprietor. The hosel fsteermiR dei
tit_ incorporators of the said -orlworation.0
together with the numanl-r of shares of th,: that she ruled her other colonies, for der. : venience and improvement. Has large .veranda. aid pad
capital stock sulbserilied lIby each. are s ithe benefit of Spain and Spaniards. During the twenty-five years that rounded by lawns and shade trees. Is dry and well ventilated.
E. L. Potter, I aytona B.aech, F!a., tiftyI The flag of revolt against Spanish he has held uninterrupted sway over a For terms apply to the proprietor.
J. r. t'onr-ad, l.L.ald. Fla.. (ilI .lare.. authority was raised on September t16 the. destinies of Mexico, President N C. HOWAR
M. Bonid. I'5el.;iin. l-.. E. F. Ialat-s. lDavtonia, Fl ni.. on- h:r-.
F. N. Conrad, 6aytona. Fla.. one -r!i;i.-. elai;nmd until eleven yvea-s later, when ways and tele>raphliS, hnis produced a ---e U3gUgggggg .ggibU., igggna- -
E. L. 1'1'" TIIt' Itturbidl< made his triumphant entry nationall surplus of *"iya'J.'Io)o, encour
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Rt. 1.HNFII'\ into the capital The next sixty yea's. a,edi hoin: industrie-s. placed coinage '_-- __- -
F. N. RIRA li marked a period of almost ices- oa a gold basis, developed agricultur-
t4te o(if Penainsylvaiania i sant domestic warfare, during whi;-h al and mining resources, established
County of Phil'delllhiat"
Before nhi. o oallfoicer authorlzd to mi- time comparatively little progress was' an efficient public school system, GA A
minister oaths and take mk'iowl,-Ag.- made Then came Mexico's strong abolis'zed the religious congregations, A *. 1 '
iml-its. p.-ronaily apk ear-.d K. L. Pott.-r. ma co gat A Homelike House with all modern conveniences. Board with or
to me well known aind known to I- to int- man, Porfirio Diaz. and, by cultivating the good will of room .
one of the Individuals in and who ub- rooms. $ i 5o per day. Special by the week.
scrilied their names to the foregoing char- A quarter of a century of good gov- the foreign nations, given Mexico a,
terand aeknow!edgs that he executed the ernment under the rule of Diaz has! new status amoag world powers. | North Beoch st, Daytona. E. L BLACKWOO
same for the purposes therein expressed. .
Witness mnv hand a.ndofficial.el m.1ti ,t* Phil-


Patent. incorporating the C'larendon Hotadelphia.Penn.,thisthdaof 1
?omprany, under the following proposed 4 A.D. 19. SAMUELC. MILLWARbD,
rer..CONRAD IT Sea Notary Public.
R. B. COND My commission expires January 26, 191.
E. F. OATES 8tate of Florida #
F. N. CONRAD County of Volusla ss
Proposed Charter of the Before me a Notary Public in and for the
CLARENDON HOTEL COMPANY the State of Florida personally appeared
J. IL Oonrad and RI. M.Bend, eachtome
The undersigned hereby associate them- well known and known to me to be two of
2Ives together for the purpose of becoming the individuals described in and who sub-
lacorporated under the laws of the State of scribed their names to the foregolpg pro-
Florida for the transaction of business posed charter, and severally acknowledge
under the following charter: that they executed the same for the pur-
ARTIOLE I. poses therein expressed.
The name of this company shall be the Witness my hand and official seal at De-
Sname non Hotel Company. tsy hall prinbeipthal Land, Florida, this 18th day of November,
VlaiDndon Hotel Company. Its princpal A- D. 1.E..VAI CLKEs,
bmce shall be in Daytona Beach, Volusliseall Notary Public. State of Florida.
oUnty, State of Floridaand its business Notary Publires Jtateofnuary 14, lorida.
hall be conducted there and elsewhere in commission expires January 14, 11.
said State, and other States that may be State of Florlda s
found necessary or convenient. County of Volusa ss
ARTICLE II. Before me, a Notary Public In and for the
The general nature of the business to be State of Florida. personally appeared F. N.
transacted by said company shall be to Conrad and E. F. Odtes. each to me well
rent, lease, furnish, manage. control, use, known and known to me to be two of the
sub-let, operate and run the Clarendon individuals described in and who sub-
Hotel in Daytona Beach, Florida, and the scribed their names tQ the foregoing pro-
cafe, buffet, billiard and pool room, barber posed charter, and severally acknowledge
shop, neWt stand and other business con- that they executed the same for the pur-
nected therewith, and generally to conduct poses therein expressed.
a hotel business; to lease, acquire, purchase, Witness my hand and official seal at Day-
own, operate, sublet, run, manage and con- tona, Florida, this 12th day of Novembetr,
trol hotels or a hotel in Florida or else- A. D. 190. T. E. FITZe4ERALI).
where, and to engage in, manage and con- I Reaali Notary Public. State of Florida.
duct a- hotel business. To operate and My commission expires May 13,1913.
maintain an electric light, heating. power.
water, ice and cold storage plant in and
near Daytona Beach, Florida. for the pur- First pub. Nov. 27-5t
pose of manufacturing, producing, trnins- pu ov -
mitting, selling and distributing -electricity NOTCE.
to consumers for lighting, heating, power
and other purposes; and to buy, sell and
deal in all kinds of electric supplies and NOTICE is hereby given that the
fixtures; to furnish cold storage for the Board of County Commissioners of
preservation of fruit, vegetables, meats and Volusia County, Florida, will at their
other products; tO conduct a water system
and to sell water to consumers and others; meeting on the 3rd. day of January.
to manufacture, huy, sell. use and deal in 1910, at 7:30 o'clock, p. m., enter-
eice, either wholesale or retail, and to do a tan sealed bids for the hire of all
general ice and cold storage business; to tain sealed bids for the ire of all
acquire and hold franchises convenient or County Convicts whose sentence is 5
necessary to the proper conducting of any months or over )excepting therefrom,
of the objects above set forth; to engage in however, all female convicts; also
and conduct a cigar business, to buy and
sell, atretailor wholesale, cigars, cigarettes, all male convicts sick and diseased
tobacco andsmokersoandchewers'supplies; to such an extent as not to be able
to engage In and conduct a news and sta- to perform manuel labor; also all
tionery business, to buy and sell ooks, to perform manuel labor; also all
stationery, periodicals, newspapers, maga- convicts under the age of 16 years (
tines and stationery supplies; to engage in Said Lessee to keep and work said
,end conduct the business of operating bit-
Iard rooms and pool rooms, purchasing, convicts under hte State rules and
renting or leasing billiard tables, pool regulations. G. W. FISHER,
tables and supplies for that purpose; to en- Chm. Bd. Co. Conm.
gage in or conduct the business of operating.
a barber shop, and to acquire, rent, leaseor -Attest: S. D. JORDAN, Clerk.
purchase equipment and supplies for that
purpose; to engage in or conduct a restau-
rant or cafe business In connection with the NOTICE.
hotel or otherwise; and for these purposes Ni s .
to purchase, acquire, rent, lease or provide Notice is hereby given that the
buildings, lands. offices, rooms. stores. annual meeting of the Beed. Knox
apartments and places of business, a'l to .& Beed Co. will be held at "Mound-
let and sublet, rent and make all contracts
Inreference to the same, and for these* pur- grove", Volusia County, Florida, on
poses to make and execute notes, bonds, Monday, December S. 1909, at 10:0-0
trust deeds, mortgages.contracts.securities o'clock, A.M. L. B. KNOX,
Upon any or all of its properties and rights
and holdings; to acquire lands, lease, hold -t President.
interests, erect, construct, ch;inge, t repair.
improve. equip. furnish. rent. let -ind subh-lt
buildings. stores, apartments. rooi.m unt id
ilaees o(f i'isilntss is it nMay lind dh-sirm le: A D1 IAT A D
to obtain licenses.franchise-sand pri -ilege; A POSTAL CARD
to engage in the occupiationis ll. v1-v*-l- .
tiolnd ;iand Occupation-. relate-dl ti her.-to anil
tran'ict the luinjiies ali\--ani,.iuitn, d n idI to M. H. Zuber, Daytona, will
husiness. r hi;t<-dti ihlri- o ill ii i ;i ;-ih. -
Mtate of Florida, andid clelwwire, a, it. -'
director. riny idet.-rainie- from tih,. it1, iuti bring you a strand of yellow
for -iach-in! :in ll liurpo -s fr mt'--, iil it> i:i-
acri-- lfor. luic'hi:. inv.-t ill. hold. oWi. i; pine stove wood for $2.25,
asslh li. pl'-,l' or olthlitrwi,- ti>p osc t w !h- | oo
sharei- oif tapi;.i *tuock. lieinil-. miot:.. o. r .oak at $2 50. o
delet.ltur .. ro;t. a;nld oth.-r -.-curiiia t.. ,, i-. 16--
gntito co'!i nts tnd otli-r -id aii ,- of
lide-it, dli--t. of cor!M rlttiori> ulitltr lhaw -h --- --.e.- ..
Of the kState ol Florida. or anliy ot hr stati.
ur eis'-wll-re-: to e-x'-rt-i-- ial r'--..--,-t c: t ; ui
suchl-hari-s of .tock. 1i0l01, I(aii h-lis- DAYTONA INSTITUTE
gatilon., or securiti,-. of i imt -co ;i'lc rm i c tli. mi iI
and all rihts. powers andit privileh-v. of ill- iTHIRTIE:TI YEAR.
dividual owne-rhip. ii-iudim thl right to li-. lial th;sto'. r. P rii- ipil.
vote, to issue bola i alid olha-r oliligationia
and to secure the.- s iI>,- l>\ pl.d-linag or ano-t No. 1 ic-,.in?:I'-- i-ock, H.-.:tah Str.-,,t.
gaging the whol- orlny part of th- prop. rty Souti of ort lraL-.
of the company, and to 1ell or lel-dge- or fln: mand Iilividu.l Initr-irton? ,--.-
otherw sedi sposdispose of such loiids iend otli,r in Oflpus!- i ..-lii civill :..-it i:.i
obligations or stock for corporate purpo.s'- Tti'- Lanti ..m*.-. Kocu-tition. I'cWimi;,_, 1.it-
~Rnd tad nvvni......C.1 jI a-t-.- i t.,4 _- --- --


SEABREEZE CITIZENS PLAN
WAYS AND MEANS.
A citizens' meeting was called at
Wilman's opera house, Seabreeze,
Monday evening, for the purpose of
considering measures for the welfare
of the town. It was a representative
residents' attendance, and not as
many out as should have been, con-
sidering the purpose .
The speakers of the evening were
C. F. Burgman, Dr. S. P. Leland,
and Messrs. Farrell and Smith. A
few windmills were demolished at
the beginning after which came dis-
cussions and practical suggestions
from various speakers, according to
their view points.
The assembly got down to a
working basis and effected an or-
ganization by electing the following
men and' women: President, Dr. S.
P. Leland; secretary, Jerome Weth-
erby; treasurer, Sydney Haigh; ex-
ecutive committee: Messrs. Burgman,
Farrell, Ridgeway, Smith and Dr. Ev-
ernden, and Mesdames Evernden,
Burgman, Bianchi, Wakefield and
Jones. An adjourned meeting was
called for Thursday evening to hear
the report of the committee, and to
lay further plans.


SEVENTEEN CASES OF
HOOKWORM IN DeLAND.
Dr. Young, of Plant City, deputy
State health officer, who spent sev-
eral days in DeLand, made a thorough
inspection of the DeLand public
school in search of hookworm. An-
alysis were made in about fifty
cases, and of these sixteen or sev-
enteen cases of hookworm were dis-
covered. Dr. Geo. A. Davis, who
holds the honor of being DeLand's
city health officer (and it's pn hon-
or- tooo ta other r- in m nn4 l m ntt


Thornton


Announces


for Senator.


PRESENT MEMBER OF THE
LOWER HOUSE FIRST TO CAST
HIS CHANCES INTO THE SENA *44 N***
TRIAL ARENA.
From Wednesday's Daily:
Hon. Macon Thornton, of Ormond,
at present a member of the lower BeCe
house of the State Legislature, was
in Daytona Tuesday, and while here ,
he authorized the Daily News to state ,.
that he will be a candidate for State
Senator before the Democratic prima-
ry to be held next spring. --- -l-
Mr. Thornton expects to begin an
active canvas of the county at once 3D
and talk to all the Democratic vot- i
ers His platform, he stated, will be ,
given to the public later. All th
Just what other candidates will be Florida; a
in the senatorial race is hard to de- guarantee
termine. While Capt. F. W. Sams, J. B.
the present senator, has not commit- ',08"
ted himself to the Daily News, a
close friend states that he will prob-
ably be a candidate for re-election.
Then, of course, it is generally sur-
mised that "Jeems" Alexander will
get in the race, but if there are any getting a
other prospective they have not yet
"peeped." or any of
dwelling,YTONA DAILY NEWS

DAYTONA DAILY NEWS I


From Wednesday's Daily:
After eight months of slumber The


O, US ............ .. 10-" ..... Daytona Daily News again greets
whatever to the office) made th,-se the public for the fifth season of its
examinattitons with Dr. Yomun.. The ,..il ....


pe1'sonifoslcund to be effectk.-d are- 1O
being treated. 1k-Land continut-, ie
ratShiOnl. \\'e had 'lie ea~e el c Of
abc(Ju T It" v'-e-ks al~-'e., .i~d-

flotij \Vel t.. R elkfclh-moim- !-ii 'e--.'
115 '>ed halil t.efe of as In:1-v it.- 1-
of -sL c- el t'.at o(Ut'!111ihlioji-

btJe.amnd Xc!~s


-ludicivitis in vestments ii, Daytona'
-eA tl state, or in its suburbs, are as
-;zt- ps the- nnrt-hasuof otmewrnanot


Sincte la ~ S'-;, -.-1:i lmally ipr~ ~ov C-
~:''it5 ay'-beea made-inktM'- LDall-


-. .i :t. s ; ;.'- :.ai ;i :; ',l e i;'r t t:

'-i : e- ;'i;:i'-. it il i ,.- o .ir a' c;:+ m<

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Capt. .A. N. .Mar.shail and a vii'd ar-
rived Thursday from Norfolk. Va..
a ', are occupying the-ir home on
North Beach street, purcha.s,:d last


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THE MAGNOLIA

ood Avenue. Large Rooms. Furace Heat. Elm
Lights Rates $20 P Day.

MRS. C TrqjT HINKS a Proarietresm






E. F. RUSSELL


f, Pork, Mutton and Poult
No. 1a3 Nowh Bsech st.
QUICK DELIVERY A SPECIALTY.

0-**e*m-*esm*eee*pesmsspmme-emi
I...


a.


OrmeW


ie best varieties of winter blooming, grafted Roes adapted
lso other ornamental plants. tree and shrubbery. AR pi
ed. Grounds prepared anp plants cared fo.. -
HINSKY, "The Pines," a




WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING

Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Roof, a Hot Abi Fu
the other metal necessities required to m1plete a -
remember that


C. NASH SON
DAYTTOMA. ,A.

prepared to give prompt and reliable service at fair pnii
ral repair shop on Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory

Out of town work
Mor t-


.OO -~ a aaaaaa


Bond Lumber Compan

ROUGH AND DRESSED I
PINE AND CYPRESS LUMlBlE


Lath, Shingles,


Flooring,


and Cement in Stock.


Ceiling, Brick, I
Office and Yards: Fas
Railway and Orange A


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ANTLERS


THEM-MEMORIAL
WILL BE HELD SUN.


No. 1141, Bae-
ve Order of a as.

'at which time six ea-
t through there rest
m set of antlers at-


paurade t three 0cloek
at which timeall



spread at which
was pre"*n-049t
te takingthei t .r de-
.Dr. R. T. Bishop and M.
hrv of Merrits; Jacob Lor-
Sof aytona and Tituvie;
FMaoner, of Selbreeme; Geo.
nd L.G.J4man of Daytona.
t Sunday night at 7:30, the
services of the Elks will
Kt the Crystal Theater, to
friends of the order are
SThe Hon. Chas. Dougherty
0r the address and appro-
nrvices will be conducted by
a of the order.


LINE INAUGURATES
. NEW SOUTHERN SERVICE
"TON, Mass, Dec. 1-The Clyde
iMlp Company today I naugu-
Its new steamship service be-
hls port and Galveston, Tex-
ith Charleston as a regular port
. The new line will give regu-
i direct service between New
ad and the extreme southern
igtern territory reached through
ton. It will also permit the di-
bterchange of eight between
uothwest and the southeast,
iti Galveston, Jacksonville and
Wston. Through rates have been.
through bills of lading will
med and every facility arranged
4Oe prompt and satisfactory
lag of- freight in both directions

IERN DRY FARMER
.. WEDS SPOKANE BELLE
.LMAN, Wash., Dec. 1- The
I of Miss Mabel Sarah Baker,
- of Mr and -Mrs A. B.-Bar-
Arthur Hooker, of Spokane.
Nlace at the home of the bride
siway. The bridegroom is the
l of the National Irrigation
|uid one of the pioneer work-
lmhe irrigation and dry farming
eaat In the West. The couple
f their home in Pueblo, Col.



L ceo uS

AIulE! YKT


6 LADY GUEST OF THE
I -RUN DOWN BY AU-
AT CORNER BEACH

s Daily:
O'clock this morning Miss
Iailo, who, with her fath-
ge Thilo, of Chicago, is
at the Austin, on North
t, while riding northward
p~et, was struck by an
driyen by-J. L. Odum, of
o was coming south.
t'lady was thrown from
IJwruised" and scratched,
,. Bohannon,-who carried
I: to fi hotel in his auto-
.'an examination oi
to bones had been
ht she had sustained

resulting from the acci-
Sol;one from the Ceu-
ycle Livery, was bad-

as running- slowly, but
was attracted for a mo-
ne on the sidewalk
Sto avoid another au-
at the curb, he col-
Thilo He is very


ka accident.
0Oar accidents have oc-
Scorner and something
to widen the roadway
L-where it is contract-
-;l.ight and telephone
al palmetto trees .

WS ENGLAND'S
aTUTION IS DOOMED
Pec. 2-In debate before
Summons today Premier
Ted that if the rejec-
.Idget by the House of


Rev. Dan& Sherr preached at
ODY m Su ry afternoon.

Rev. Dan Sherrill and wife went to
New Smyrma Tuesday afternoon for
a few days' visit.


Dwight Stfflman, proprietor of
The StiBmana on South Beach street,
arrived Saturday and was joined Tues
day by Mrs. Stillman who stopped
ower at St. Augstine for a few days.
They will open the hotel within the
sext two weeks.

Mrs. B. Winney met with a painful
accident Monday evening. She had
J~t left the ferry boat and, recalling
some article left aboard, turned sud-
deldy to call for it, and in doing so
sprained a muscle of the leg, which
has since confined her to the house.

T. A. Snider went up to Jackson-
ville Monday afternoon for a few
days. expecting to meet his chauffeur
and automobile in that city. Mr. Sni-
der was joined last week by his
niece. Miss Mabel Snider, who came
here from New York, and will make
her home with her uncle in this city.


Mrs. A. R. Harper, a sister of Jas.
Kincaid, arrived from Gainsville Fri-
day night of last week and Saturday
Mrs. F. D. Warren, another sister
who has been with Mr .and Mrs.
Kincaid, returned to Gainsville taking
with her, Rodney Kincaid, who will
attend school at that place.

Mr.and Mrs. M. P. Cornwall, of
Paterson, N. Y., who arrived the fore
part of last week, were joined Thurs-
day night by Mr. Cornwall's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cornwall. They
are comfortably located in the Shaff-
ner residence, on North Ridgewood
avenue, which they have rented for
the season.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Pence left
Monday afternoon on their return to
Minneapolis, Minn., accompanied by
Mrs. Pence's mother and nephew, Mn
Draper and John Osborn. Mr. and
Mrs. Pence expect to return to Day-
tona again in January and join his
parents in the Allen residence on
South Palmetto Avenue.


Conrad Stubenbord, Jr., went up tc
Jacksonville Monday afternoon, ex
pecting to remain there for a couple
of weeks.

Mr -and Mrs. A; P. Jones eturne<
Saturday from Palatka where the;
had been visiting for several day,
with Mrs. Jones' parents.


From Wednesday's Daily:
Geo. L. Fitzgerald, of Philadelphia,
owning property here, and with many
friends in this city, was in Daytona
from Saturday until this morning.
when he departed for New York.


Miss Mary Stones and Miss Lucile
Patton spent the Thanksgiving hol-
idays in this city. Miss Patton re-
turning to New Smyrna Saturday af-
ternoon and ...ss Stones Sunday.


A. C. Suttles, a friend of C. R. M.
Sheppard, arrived Monday from Ma-
rietta, Ga., and is assisting Mr.
Sheppard in his grocery and meat
market on North Beach street for the
winter season.

August H. Schmidt arrived from
New Yok Friday night of last week.
Mr. Schmidt expects to be in the
city for a week or more at least and
his business may keep himn in the
State all wintr Hi. f.unily renain-
!d north.

George W. Carite-r and fiuaily lhav,-
gone to Ft. Laud-.raLe wh.-re- Mr
Carter will again engage in the grow-
ing of beans and tomato s this ; in
ter. He has been prela:tii s-everal
icres of his land at thii- pIae during
the summer and next s-:.son wil:
plant his crops here.


C. 11. Rogers was at home recently
for several days, coming down Fri
day of last week from his headquar
ters at Diego, on the new canal cut
half way between St. Augustine and
MIayport. He will soon be locat-d at
the latter place The canal will prob-
ibly be complet'-d i:i Febru.'ry.


Mr. and Mrs .Erlin Brown and little
daughter, and Mrs. Browi.s parents.
Mr .and Mrs-. James -Martiin-. arriv-
Ad last week from New Roch,-ll-.
.v Y .d are at the Roi'-Udal-. or


11^


Triple Killing

in West Virginia

Mountains


MOUNTAINEER SHOOTS


HIS


WOMAN AND HER LOVER, THEN


ENDS HIS OWN LIFE.


HINTON, W. Va., Dec. 2-Word of
a triple killing in the Raleigh moun-
tains reached here today .Brit Med-
lin returned home last night and
found that Lulu Wicklin, with whom
he had been living, had eloped with
Dick Pace He followed and finding
the elopers tog.gther. opened fire,
killing the girl and fatally wvoundingi
Pace. M' dlin thi-n kill'-d hiims-lf. I


i-'rd!i. j~~ i rsd itill


TAMPA, Dec. 1 Bringing to a
close the big Tampa-Jacksonville au-
tomobile endurance run, the an-
nouncement of the winners was made
yesterday. St. Ptersburg carried off
first honors, the E. M. F. car belong-
ing to Horace Williams of that city
winning the Tampa Times' trophy.
The winners, with the prizes a-
warded are as follows:
Touring Car Class.-First prize,
Tampa Times trophy and five acre
tract in Zephyrhills Colony.won by No.
5, E. M. F. "30" Horace Williams, of
St .Petersburg, owner and driver.
Second prize, Tampa Automobile
club trophy, won by No. 14 Chalin-
(.rs-Datroit '"'.)" known as "the kid
car;" Perry G. Wall, owner; Iouns-
ton Wall and Spenc-r Snov,, drivers.
.liniatire. Tonneau ('lass. First
cI'i'.e. T"aup:t Autonuobile clubi throw
i hy, \on b.' No. I1. 1 'rmier -":;'."
Di r. J. S. I lns, wni r; Carl To'if,,


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Uiv -4e-rgs-tak, arriv'-dlas~t nitiht fro, r- ',:n ii -ca.- al


VWashington, D). C., ai.d ar'- at tih-,.
ho1ie at. I ayvtoiaI Lpe-ch t

SWITCHMEN'S STRIKE
MAY TIE UP CHICAGO

('SIK'A(G ,l--,. "--Ti,-er i .' r; ai.-
d J. --r tat th- s;it.chiei-;. :' ik-
wiich ha- ,l, k,-d thi- 2n:!!u.: i;di -

N,.'-h ,. -t-.r,-ac hi, ('Lia 'o aiid .'. L,-r
-r .t -:.i i; r. ;,:..-

.ic i t t:i.t : .. ; w ri ;; nai; ^ :..


%i,' r,t "A'- .*; (hc'.'ill -i-sh FO -aIAl- 'Ni ii"-r

11A-m'- hing11 ~so grifajtlV :1~:.pr'c.'g-fria-:


F:iii Tii,fT.imsday;.Da'
I f~'.'1 ofdAw.Ia-l:-bL *A.
:I~l- tCL. :1sT tA.- -- 5..H hd


LTES HAD


manhood, wrongs, robs and outrages newspaper clippinKg and signatures
womaanhood, destroys home and hap- obtained along his route. Hle pro-
piness. impoverishes the community poses to open a new book at DIaytona.
and the state, and fills the poorhouse,
the brothel, the public prison, the
asylum for the insane, the burying THE VOLUNTEER FIRE
ground and the abode of lost souls DEPARTMENT TO MEET
with its deluded and helpless victims, The volunteer fire department will
and we call, in the name of the Al- hold a meeting at the City Hall next
mighty God, upon all men and wo- Monday evening. Alli members naQd
men to join us in this holy crusade. others inte-restei-d aie requested to 0t
lKy the Comurnittee, present.
GRANT STEWART E. L. GLUNN
EDM'ND MLLER C. I Ml-SSNG
W. L. BARE W.W. A'.STIN
4 "omrmitt,<;'.

OSCEOLA TRIBE IMP. 0. R. M.
HOLDS ANNUAL ELECTION QUIETLY WEDDED ON
At. the regular m-.ing Wt.dne.sdy ON BOARD THE BADGER
ni.tit,. O -,-ola Tiiib,- No. 'I, I. mprov-t From Th;rdi-ad;y': ltilly:
'-i Ordl-r f 'ed .\ in. *.lc-td thi fol Fri:d RIt. lRt'ot. of thi ,-i tiy. u:l
*.-, O r'l,-r l,- < 1 ,-;i, e-!,- t,- d t i fol!o. M : i Lilli-1n I .n:' ,'-;l t, << r l'. n |ly .
i:n:. o'.fi( '.Y : t in t h" t!'" )!o iin i<*; '.: y '-r1 :i, t;.v Is a:'i 'l 0 .-
i \ I l il : .< i r a l ti '. it,;.-I-r I I;AI:. lt 0e1.. ItIt 1
S 1.ill ll- rilo' .1.1i,'r -.S r- m ,: I-. ;', -k 1 ; 1. 1 4,1r4* r i',n ,. ,t

I, if I ;-. Li'',:, l'Pr-i- t., 'e to '-i "*J :: !ii"). '.Z ri-u- .i.
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Wr. and Mrs. Thomas H. White m *A TEMPERANCE REOLUTIOM.
expect to be In Daytona next Monday. aoltionadope t the ta

0 ance meeting at the Armory. Samday,
Joseph Osborne was a Jacksonville Nov. 28, 1909:
visitor last week. returning Saturday IS S Xve. Whereas. The People of Daytona
afternoon. have enjoyed and received the great
IN BETTER HEALTH TO-DAY HE. benefit from a temperance campaign
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Curran, of under the efficient leadership of Dr.
Elmira, New York. are located in SIXTY-FIFTH BIRTHDAY, THAN N. W. Tracy the Womens' Christian
the Manley cottage for the season. FOR A LONG TIME-HAS MANY Temperance Union and the Minister-
DESCENDANTS association of Daytona. be it hereby
Groover Bennett. of Ormond. came DENResolved. That we who have enjoy-
down Monday, and has taken a po- LONDON. Dec. 1.-The sixty-fifth ed the many benefits of this cam- W
sitioa with the Halifax Furniture Co- birthday of Queen Alexandra was cel- paign in the interests of virtuous
on Beach street. for the winter. ebrated today with the usual hearti- manhood and pure womanhood. of civ-
ness throughout the kingdom, by ar- ic righteousness and material prosper-
*FOR SALE, cheap. One complete tillery salutes, the ringing of church perity, do hereby extend to the noble
pumping outfit for house or hoteL bells, and the display of flags. Her womanhood of the Women's Christian
Capacity 300 gals .per hr. Also, fish- Majesty spent the day at Sandring- Temperance Union our sincere ap-
Iag boat with 2% h. p. DeMooy en- ham, surrounded by an unusually ,reciation of their unselfish. patient is
gine. wtf GEO. H. LUDWIG. large gathering of the royal family. persevereing and effective service in th
Greetings poured in from all parts of planning and supporting this series
J. B Crocker has resigned his posi- the world and numerous handsome -.p -rauce meetdats, and an
tion with R. S. Maley and will devote presents were received from the King Resolved. That we express to Dr ed
his time to installing accounts, audit- and members of the royal family Tracy. ind co his estimable wife our su
ing and rendering financial state- and from relatives among the reign- airatitiss- fc.r their splendid work in so
ments. ing families of the Continent, the presentation of the temperance CI
The Queen is reported to be in bet- cause by elegant and convincing ad-
Mrs .Charles Anderson arrived from ter health than she has been for a dresses, beautiful and effective ster- th
Wilmington, N. C., Friday afternoon long time. thanks to her long visit etrcopticon illustrations and judicious Bi
of last week, accompanied by her the past summer in Noway and Den- counsel, and es
sister. Miss R. M. Templeton. and mark. In the future her duties dur- Resolved, That we appreciate the th
Mrs. S. Decall. airs. Anderson has ing the London season are to be united and faithful services of the of
leased and will conduct this winter lightened. There is talk of cutting local clergy, the delightful leadership ta
The Riverside. on North Beach St. down the number of courts and oth- in song of A. K. Brokaw. Mrs. fr
Mrs .M. A. Shecut is a daughter of er state functions next year, while th W. S. Edwards, the large choir and an
Mrs. Anderson. Prince of Wales and the Duchess of others iwhc assisted with the spec- le
Connaught will undertake many du- ial music, tihe skillful and courteous su
Geo. B. Hubbard. wife and little ties that have been carried out by work of the ushers, and all others so
daughter, who arrived Monday after- the Queen in the past. who have given personal assistance ca
noon from Higganum, Conn., are lo- Queen Alexandra was born in Co- in the meetings. all re
cated for the winter in Mrs. E. B. penhagen on December 1. 1S44. the Resolved. That we thank the pro- ai
Moore's house on Third avenue. Mr. eldest of the late King of Denmark's prietor of the Seabreeze opera house W\
and Mrs. Hubbard. who are friends three daughters. She married the and the officiary of the churches for id
and Mrs. LeRoy A. Smith, were in Prince of Wales. now King Edward the seating facilities of the hall, the ol
Daytona with them two winters ago. V1i, of England, in King George's Baptist church for the use of their th
Chapel, Windsor, March 10), 1S65, and organ, the lond Lumber Co., for luim- e,
counts six children and nine grand- her. and the gentleman whl4 served as sC
The son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hutch- c .-.n. Janitor of t he building, and
inson, of West Volusia avenue Of her children, three sons and Resolved. That we thank the local w
died Saturday afternoon following a three daughters, four are living. Her press for frequent notices of the meet
month's illness. Services were heldthird son, Prince Alexander, born ings and the merchants for placing st
at the residence Sunday afternoon, April 6, 1871, lived only one day. The printed notices in their places of bus- c,
Rev. J. L. Cooper, officiating, and eldest son, the Duke of Clarence, died iness, and .
the interment was at Pinewood cem- in 1892, at the age of twenty-eight. Resolved, That we declare our con- t
etery. The second son, George, Prince of viction that the time is ripe for the
Wales, is forty-four years old. and is extension of prohibition trdoughout Li
the father of five sons and one daugb the State of Florida. and we call upon a
James L. Magee, of New York City, ter, ranging in age from 1, to 5 all patriotic and philanthropic men 0
r has taken the "Navajo" cottage on
t he beach at Seabreeze, for the years. and women to use every influence in w
the beach at Seabreeze, for the The eldest of the Queen's daughters their io)wer to secure the enactment i;
season. Mr. Magee has been a reg-
seular winter visitor for the past Princess Louise, wife of the Duke of of a prohibition law, and 1
ular winter visitor for the past six a
years in connection with the (Claren- ife, is the mother of two daughters. Resolved, That we urge upon our
don Hotel, taking care of autoren- one of whom has been prominently public officials and citizens increased t
bile parties. This year he with a mentioned of late as a possible con- watchfulness in order to secure the t
y bile parties. This year he, with aso tl for tae young K ing of P'ortugal. im-g.st ol.servaince of the la ws il t
s new Packard, will be located in Day- t for e yog King of ortugal. t ,srva f h laws i
to he Queen's s.conid daughi.er, l'rini- our city and county; and
naI ,-.ss Victoria, now past forty, has. Resolved. That we regret the pres- ;i
The Board of Public Works has nver married. The youngest daugh- -nice of advertisnents in th publipi
had Henry Van Dorn at work this tr, I'rince.;s MNah:d. beaamne Queen o4' pr.-ss off.-riiig intoxivating liquors fort
week on the weakest of the we orw ou years ago, and hl "- only .s.le in prolhibitio:i territory and we i
at the city waterworks, drilling it -hil. I'rinc. Olaf, six years old, will call upon our business ziieu to seek
o deeper for an increase of water. This e King of Norway some day. if ioth- to, place their advertisements in journ i I
well which was flowing at the rate i:g hp.s. l. whih are free from the contamin- t
of 9>o gallons per minute, has been atioa of liquor advertisements. k
brought to about 2":., gallons per nun-! Resolved, That we,. as citizens of t
ute. and Mr. Van Dorn is hoping to WINNERS OF RACE ANNOUNCED. Daytona, of the County of Volusia, of
d still further increase the flow .The the State of Florida, do hereby de-
other wells will also be drilled deep- clare determined and relentless war-
y er in order to give a large surplus E. M. F. Car Carries off First in theacursed traffic in
of water. Tampa-Jacksonville Race. r,,. .i,.-. hl|htu


AS IN THE CITY DEC. 1t LAW
YEAR, ON HIS WAY TO CITY

OF MEXICO. 18 NOW ON me
WAY DOWN THE EAST COAWMI
Dakota Bob, the famous pedesti
again in the city for a few day,
e guest of Dr. G. A. Klock.
Bob was here Dec. 1st, of last year
ad with band and automobile help
I in the distribution of the flrst lt
me of the Dally News for that s1.
m He was then on his way to the
ty of Mexico .
Besides having traversed more aQft
an any other living man. Dakota
ob is also one of the most picter*
sque of mortals. His appearance Is
at of the typical western ranchman
romance He is attired in a long
lied coat, of whidh the lapels and
ont are gaily decorated with medals
ad emblems given him in many eit-
e. His head. from which long locks
spend. is covered with a gigantic
ombrero, characteristic of the Mexl-
an Dakota Bob having but recently
turned from a walk to Mexico City
id back fIro -Wawhington City.
whilee in the capital of ,eatico, Pres-
lent Diaz entrusted him with a letter
f greeting to President Taft, which
he famous loag-distan*te walker hop-
d to present to the President in per*
o:i. but before arriving in Washing.
>ia he le:ar.-ed that President Taft
would meet President Dial before the
. ;-m.r s..ould return to Washington.
i) Dakata Bob handed the communi-
ation to Postmaster General Frank
i. liitchicock. with the request that
t be delivered to the President.
Dakota Bob has been walking con-
inuounsly eighteen years, nine months
ud fifteen days. having covered 93,-
U0 miles He 'as walKed around the
world twice, and is almost as famil-
ir with Australia and other foreign
aids as he is with America. He has
.-V., .ot.ot iroul co.'ist to coast li
hi'. coutit:y six times. He in fifty-
wo years of age. in excellent health
t.nd Snito g., and hopes sMooi to conlu-
,tLte his 1an1bilion, which is to com-
*:;l -a t ualk oi I< i.'ot nulliibs .
I'o;i i1 not :wtlkitig on a wager or
or ibets. bit1 is ailbitLou.s to walk
4)10.0041) i.il.s, and lie-n heI hI acou( O
)lishid this lie: propi. -i to rest from
his travels, satisfied with the t reputa-
ion -he has established as the best
known long-distance walker in the
country.
lie is now taking a little: Jaunt a-
round the coast. line: of Florida au4
back through the northern states to
complete his 10t0,.0,9 miles.
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PURTISRED EVERY SATURDAY
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taken, but to be considered when t
Report of the Monetary Conirikn
is. completed.

NEW YORK BIBLE SOCIETY


U LUUtKI 100 YEARS OLD TO-DAY
I NEW YORK, Dec. 4-The New
SYork Bible Society today rounded out
i a century of its existence. The orig-
S1inal so :icty was organized on Dec.
4, 1809 ,the present society formed as
MANY MATTERS OF GREAT PUS- an auxilliary in 1.., ua.(er the name


SUBSCRIPTION RATES. of the Youing e i's Eible Society. In
y10 LIC IMPORTANCE AND INTER- 1S4, the latter a:doptedl the name of
e copy one year ......... ............... ...... ...... te origi:'i:1 organii -tion, which had
One copy six months...... -....-.. 0 EST WILL PROBABLY BE CON- ,
One copy three months ........... 40 sd to s d was inco cracd
SICERED BY CONCRESS. in lS61'. The work, therefore, begun
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1909 WASHINGTON, D. C., Dec. 4-Con-as continued without in-ptio
gress will assemble Monday for the The New York Bible Society is the
"long session."which will probably run only Organization having for its sole
IJONESFlorida Can Iwell into the summer. Senators and work Bible distribution in the city
and harbor of New York. The society
aim P Representatives who have arrive distributes Bibles through the minis-
0 TO UC O P l town, express a determination to ters and church missionaries and em-
D I y take up the work of the session vig- ploys special agents among the im-
SiCOVery. orously at the beginning with the hope migrants of rtilis island and the sail-
of having it well advanced before the ors of the harbor. During the past
N holidays. The House is already or- year 151.179 .ibles were distributed,
CANDIDATE$' PALM T'EACH GETS INTO THE ganized by the election of Speaker and the largest number in the history of"
LIGHT BECAUSE OF J officers at the extra session, and the the society.
LIME LIGHT BECAUSE OF JOHN appointment of committees, so there
BA OF VOLUSIA COUNTY URGE BRADLEY'S CONNECTION WITH will be no excuse for that body not .Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Baker and son-
J GE MINOR S. JONES TO BE- PLACE, PEARY WAS getting down to business at once. in-law and daughter, -Mr. and Mrs. C.:
S H LA WTH. The appropriation bills are to be N. Sparks, of Xeuia, Ohio, arrived th' (
ME A CANDIDATE TO SUC- THE GAMBLING CLUB IN given the right of way at both ends first of the week and are getting the l
EED HIMSELF. THEREABOUTS, TOO. :of the capitol and pressed through new lhone oi 0 outing L1itE:veod i.i
e with all it-tste th,: appir!)priatio:.s order( for oc-,u),na-cy
Honerable .Minor S. Joe;s. one ofL Althoughl she isn't making a bit of columittee of the lHous.' have h ,ti "en
e ablest jurists of the State, is fuss a;',o: it. -lor'id claims credit at. work for more th!:n a w.-k Mr. and .!ri-. lidgey and dauente.
ing urged by mineLibers of the bat o. t, di-o. ; of de North ['oie., When tl: appropriatio.;s bills have Mrs. Endsley and little son, (of Hlet-
'of every county covered by tle Sev- b(.en l sposd of, Co:igre-.-s will turn' rit a, Pa. are among our winter -re,:-'
i' .* P earv or C! oo'--. o .'nt l -
enth Judicial Circuit to become a eay or it a ntioan to more inter.et'.int it ulars" :minitog the recent arrivals.
candidate to succeed himself in the :" ..i. ;, t r.. its a double claim lot more important measures. There.
primary of 1910.. t .ia S.a'.. has tipon the discovery Iwill be plenty to engage attnetion., *Traiied Nurse.- Elme-r Croswell
The bar of Volusia county to a so she i. alasurediy due that rvcogni- Every important committee of the' and sister, Mrs. Luella C. Stevens.j
member, have signed the following let- tion, s:. s a speciall to the Sz:vannah House has a calendar full of bills, in- 115 Loomis avenue wli
ter addressed to Judge Jones urg- s from St. Atgustine. produced in extra session, and a flood:
ing him to consent to allow his name oom of new measures, cooked up by am- The American Woman's League nmt
to be placed on the official ballot: Connander Rbert E. Pearv enter- bitious members during the recess, is with 'Mrs. Silas -Mills Thursday afi-
rwied the engineers' corps in Il tT a-
"Hon. Minor S. Jones, Titus-'ille,iFla. ed the engineers" corps i n expected at the outset. t-rnoon Refreshments were served!
We, the undersigned members of five years he sra to foble ere are soe of the thins C- at the close of a pleasant session
notice of tie department at "Vashini- .ie e t ti n rth'yo pa t ip
the Volusia County Har, realizing t -!,'es. ~ \ill find readv to hand to 'Two ne;- members have taken up the
the fact that your successor, as Judgeto and io t1 hre. And i is t r l r k on: ,.rs' sin,-. -t.e as't monthly te.ting.
for this the Seventh Judicial Circuit, dash for the h' A. .nd it is to lor- S-.'e,.ting chant.s in th, r ti!.y
will be selected in the primary elec- ida that he owes the f that leh t v.., -s.iving added ;ho..r t. th. I.t-'- RGe- .t.r,.an "(;. :',o.r a,,i ;' .-u
tion of 1910i--for appaintuneut by the Co iton that tIe t ,,L,., ..v :,mi.sin. 'r ,, > '..,:, ': i .,-i'" ,..,it -t:.t.],
Governor knowing you to 1:e the pur:;uehisArcticepiditicns. An ;ll d;t. t toht- S:h A.':: ., :. t :t .ll;.'d ,.: (-
i.. .... ,.. .... Early in his se it-e h was. ; .t i


u n a n i mno uS (- ;!ch o ic 1, n o t o n ly o t iw e U-"ar. n '-'- ...:.
ed at Key Weit. The government
but the people of the county, for the Z3cided -t Ke est. Theiosgforov.
.. h .. ., ,...... .. ., d ec id ed to e re ct a i s te e l w h arf


position youi na%
filled so well, he]
yield to the wish
the people of thi:
as we believe you
the bar and the
Cult, and consent
Other term, there
and the people th
culit will continue
a n able and impi
aUd honest judge
the Seventh Judic
(Signed) (




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Contractor E. 8
garage for Comm
the house occup
on South Palmet

The friends in
R. A .Bliven wil
that she is suff
health to leave
annah, Ga., whei
fined for some t


R. I. Wall an
many friends in
Jacksonville, W
from Evanston,
Pines, for the wi


Raymond F. I
N. Y., is a guest
Brown expects to
Ity and will late
South for the win


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and one two-lig
with mantels; o
hot air pumping
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Seu du IJum aiiu ; -':in-uus for tlIe uI)p-bii!di. -- nihth of the-" .(uipanc' th-iy htd as
reby request you to for the conaval station. waste I:-ci oe t aiad i e al eti their u-st, .J. Weir Kooker. executorI
hes of the bar and Thebids were high. Peary, the abig oun a of the ocean mail strvic,. of the C. 0. Livis.-ston estate, and a
s (Volusia) County,: th e bids were high. Peary, the fgurn Authorization to r:,iiroads to pool; personal friend, who accompanied Mr.
Sto be the choice of government engineer, did some figur- nder strict supevsion of the It"r- 'oter o his return fro .acksonvill
people of your Cir- ing and informed the officials thatunder strict supervision of te Int,.r-o:er o his return from Jak.onvill
to serve them an- he coum take the government labor state Commerce Comisson, W sday
to serve the bar an- t a wharf that would stand Legislation regulating the boycott.
by assuring the bar wind and weather at a far less ex- and the issuance of injunctions Elmer Croswell and his sister, Mrs.
to ha not only enditure than the acceptance of the against labor organizations- Luella Stevens, of Bethel, Ohio, are
e to have not onlyHe s internal waterway improvements,. located with Mrs. B. H. Williamson,
partial, but a fearless' ost bid woul involve. He was o according to the policy outlined by on Loomis avenue.
to preside over this, certain about it that he finally per- P ident in his recent addresses
to preside over thist. suaded the department at Washing- the President in his recent addresses R
RANcu BLY, ton to allow him to go ahead. in the South and West- Rev. Herman G. Porter left today
JWT BLYE The wharf was built and the gov- A proposal to reduce the present for St. Petersburg and Tarpon Sprint
. B. WRIGHT Jr., ernment saved thousands of dollars tax on oleomargarine. beginning the more extended work of
. B. WRIGH Jr., upon it. The achievement brought An investigation of the sugar trust the new territory under his super-
GFORD BLYER the engineer into notice at Wash- scandal will be proposed, and may or intendance. He expects to return

J.BE RT FISH, ington in quick time and he was giv- may not be undertaken. next Thursday.
CARY D. LANDIS en other and more important work to The foregoing are some of the more

J. LEE McCRORY, do, with the result that he was finally important measures which will clamor' The residents on the north side of
T. E. FTZGERALD, enabled to take up his work in the for attention, but not all of them are'Ivy Lane have had a two and one-
E. F. OAT Arctic region. But it was the erec- expected to receive it. half foot cement sidewalk laid in
. M. OA TTE tion of the Key West wharf that Every person here is looking for- front of their property, and Mayor
JOHN A. BRADEY started his career. The wharf will ward to a lively session. Friction be- Spring, of Ivy Lane, is beaming with
N A Ystand and is as serviceable as ever, ittween Speaker Cannon and the insur- satisfaction .
R. P. HAMLIN, i stayed gents is expected to develop as soon!
SILAS B. WRIGHT 1s stated. as the gavel falls. The insurgentsM
F. W. POPE." Florida's claim upon Dr. Cook is a as the gavel Mrs. S. H. Cubbison, of Philadel-
little more roundabout. Dr. Cook's are rampant and determined for trou- phia, Miss Feaster's aunt, arrived
expedition to the pole was financed ble, while Mr. Cannon, judging from Thursday night from Virginia, and is
S. Hall is erecting a by J. R. Bradley. Mr. Bradley made his recent speeches in the West, has at the Magnolia for a few days, un-
odore J. H. Allen at his fortune, or at least a part of it, no idea of side-stepping. In the Sen- til she can get her cottage, in opder.
ied by C. N. Pence, in Florida. He is well known in the ate things also will be lively, if pres- Miss Feaster will probably not join
tto avenue. State as for years he was a regular ent signs count for anything. Sena- her aunt here until after the middle
winter resident of St. Augustine and tor Cummins, of Iowa, is in town of the month.
Sthis city of Mrs. is now president of the famous Mil- primed for battle, and La Follette, of!
n thpl to hear lionaires Club at est P'alm Beach. I sconsin, Bristow. of Kansas, and *FOR SALE-Ldison Universal
Sbe pleased to heaDr. Cook wouldn't have gone to the other insurgent leaders are also on Moving Picture Machine and 12,000
he hos in Sa North ole if dley hadn the ground ready for the fray. to 15,000 feet of film; cost $2,000-if
re she hospital is been con- up the cash and Mr. Bradley might On all sides therefore, the outlook is sold quick, $350. Address this office.
e she has been c not have put up the cash if he had bright for some "scrappy" times in eod-tf
ime. ade the most of it in Florida. both houses during the coming winter
And therein lies Florida's double and spring. Dr. N W. Tracy, the noted temper-
d family, who have claim to the discovery of the North Much interest is manifested in the ance evangelist who has been lectur-
this city, were in Pole. Presidents' message on account of the: ing in this city, went to St. Augustine
wednesday, enroute great importance of the many ques- yesterday afternoon, and today Mrs.
Ill to th Isle f -For Rent-Cottage or Rooms for tions it will have to deal with. No Tracy joined him on the southbound
nte s light housekeeping. Address Box 306, presidential message in years, it is 'train for New Smyrna, where they
interseasonDaytona Beach. 3t safe to say, will have been listened! will probably be engaged for a week
DAKOTA BOB, PEDESTRIAN, to with a greater amount of eagerness or ten days.
and interest. In the course of his
rown, of Buffalo, WILL GO ON STAGE recent tour of the country Mr. Taft; T. A. Snider's automobile was not
of The Howard. Mr. Dakota Bob, the celebrated long- outlined in his various addresses the'shipped when ..e expected and the
o locate in this vicin- distance walker, has accepted an of- views he holds concerning the great time of its arrival in Jacksonville
er bring his fa mily fer to join the Virginia Milliman Co., public questions of the day and which being somewhat uncertain he re-
iter. and will leave Daytona with them. he is expected to incorporate in his turned from that city Thursday night.
As walking is not included in their message.
itinerary, Bob will be compelled to The President will propose to ('on- E. L. Shear went to Jacksonville
CHEAP-hand prin:t- ride ,but as he is a free agent and gress important legislation upon at. yesterday afternoon on business, ex-
Dos of type. One one walks merely to gratify his own fan-, least ten subjects. Each is a mat- pecting to return today.
ht gasoline lamps cy, he can at the expiration of his ter which will provoke discussion and
ne 5 h. p. Ericson contract ,if he so desires, resume his arouse opposition in Conress. The D. nd Mrs. F. ('. oi'n, who
engine, almost new. walking habit and reach his ambi- chief subjects to be deA.lth niti !h r: : b,. 'aiti Mrs. Robi-,sons" wh"
ru~ ..U'-__r...u.. ...ous ir -i ) m e t h. .a e_ ith .I rs. Robihsson s nar-


quire o ur. j. P. Esc reuninsula tious desire of l11.0,,.101l. miles to his Sup,.rvisson of the issue- of -:-,,cks
Drive, Daytona Beach-phone ItSt. 2t credit. and bonds of inter-state co(rpo:rati,,ns:
r.- adjustment of the d'iie- s a'il i .'. -
Roy Bower, of Petosky, Mi.c'h., is ,.rs ,of the I. nt' r-:'.tt e ('o ni,-i.. ('o i-
n o R R ]t;il g the positionl (if prls.'C i.i)i l issi,,n; e.x)p:n.-iI of th." ua: i -, o.f
clerk at Hankins drug store. Mr. th. t .' r',au o;' ('.'"!',.'.;,;i..n ,', ;,>,i,
Sowxier is a close personal fri''in. o,'"f l" I.J-" bIurl'a: i U; i t.- 'i .thi.lt
Thereis Dan R. Lovelace,. \ho is iiUi(;.;.i :it of .Iustice to d-.il with viol",:tris of
Scarcely any limit to the
possibleimprovementin seeds, thie Central CG:tir:!lte and hiiils fi':,i the law by iint.rstat- 'trriers; e.stablsih-
bet it takes time and money. We have ne cit llt of a .-..d rai!rad (.olirt:'
been improving flower and vegetable m it Ilt t o lld *_r__.d _'..t:.
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No. 453 North Beach Street.
Office Hours, 12330 to 230 and 6-00
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Office and residence: 123 So. Ridge-
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teL Phone 175 Offie hours: 9 to
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Residence and office, northeast cor-
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Phone 89. Daytona, Fla-

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Pbeme aiS. DAYTONA. FLORIDA.

d. SCHNCIDER. M. D.
Physician am Surgeo.
302 North Ridgewood
Phone 193, Daytona. Florida
Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m.,
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S. EDWARDS
la., Dec. I, 1909.


(First pub. Dec. 4; last pub. Jan. 22.)
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
CREDITORS
In County Judges Court:
Volusia County, Florida
In the matter of the Estate of
Joseph H. Potter, Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given to all cred-
Itors, legatees and all persons hav-
.. i any -demands -against the estate
Sat Joseph H. Potter, deceased, to pre-
sent the same to .the undersigned
within the time prescribed by law
or the same will be barred.
AMELIA POTTER,
Executrix.


(First pub. Dec. 4.)
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
NOTICE is hereby given that six
... ths after date, or as soon there-
after. as I can be heard, I will pre-
a. t pay final accounts as Administra-
tor at hte Estate of W. H. Furr, de-
4Sd, to Hon. J. Lee McCrory, Coun
' ty ,idge of Volusia County, Florida.
at Wis office in DeLand, Florida, and
ask for a final discharge.
. LAURENCE THOMPSON,
Administrator.


ROQUEFORT CHEESE.
t' % s Discovery Made by a Poor French
:. Peasant Boy.
A shepherd boy with a poor ape-
Sdigvered the secret of mating
ort cheese. True as gospel:\
swear by that story today in
P rance, and It they only
the lad's name they'd raise a
to him. Ue was out tend-
[ and. the sun smiting down
.he went Int6 a cavern to eat his
-ad rye bread. He failed to get
with all of it and threw a bunk
hu-esm os to one side. It bap-
to drop om a natural shelf. and
"awths later the boy found
still there. He saw that It
Sa constitutional change.
fof letag dry and hard it
ii and creamy. Besides, there
Tu of grMenish mold running
It The boy took a nip. and
i was .s. pleasing he carried a
liotie to his mother. She must
been a woman of intelligence.
S owner bad she tasted than she
elo of the largest rolls of cheeM
p r dairy, had her son guide her
tavern and placed It on the
SIn due time the same change
'wro(ugiht and Roquefort cheese
Arrived as an article of colu
All the natural caverns around
t old town now are used for
cheese, and the women worli
with small oil lamps strapped
their chests--New lork Press

Too Much Like Work.
happy mother of a seven-mou hs-
y, whose chief business seems
-'king a noise in the world, was
her sister a visit, and the other
young Master Harry, aged
Y-ears; was delegated to care for
by while his elders were at
So he wheeled it back and
forth and back, the length of


Mrs. Patrick Campbell.

One of the Leading Act-esses
of Great Britain.


Mrs. Patrick CampbelL one of Eng
land's leading actresses, has been on
the stage about twenty years. Her
husband, an officer in the British army.
was killed in the Boer war.

A Gentle Rebuke.
It was late In the year for straw
berries, but Mrs. Beacon was deter-
mined to have some for Sunday din-
ner. Over the telephone came the
news that they were "very fine.
ma'am; very fine Indeed." Being
however, a cautious housekeeper. she
decided to look over the fruit herself
as the grocer was not always to be
trusted.
"They don't appear very good." she
said some time later, examining care
fully a basketful. "They look"-here
\hbe extracted one and tasted it-"thej
Iao! a little green. I don't know. Just
let ,e-try one." She took another
" quen I'll take oeu bo plwe. ou
do;nt puT very many in a box. -a you?"
she inquired.
"There was." said the grocer respect
fully. "but there's been so many ladle
looking 'em over that there ain't"-
"You may give me two boxess" as
Mrs Beacon.-Youth's Companion.

Lincoln's Religion.
I have never united myself to anl.
church. because I have foutid difficult:
In giving my assent without menta
reservation to the long complicate
statements of Christian doctrine whict
characterize their articles of belle
and Lotufeslots orf faith. Whenever
any church will inscribe over its alta
as its sole tlnalitication for member
ship the Saviours condenised statement
of the sublstaltnce of both law and gos
pet "Thou shalt love the Lord th.
God with a;ll thvy hart, and with al
thy soul. and with all thy mind. an
thy neighbor :s thyself." that church
will I join with all my heart and al
my soul.-Abraham Lincoln.
A Lively Dancer.
There was a grand ball progressing
ald Mary and lane were watching L<.
hind the door.
"Lock at tLe col'nt'l dancin' t;
polka." exclaimed the cook in admire
tion.
"An' is thot dancing' the polka"" cric
Jane in astonishment. "Sure. 4
thought he had a hole in his pocket
an' was trying' to shake a shilling dow
his leg: --Loudon Telegraph.


MME. BERNICE DE PASQUALI, AMERICAN PRIMA DONNA.
Mne. Bernice De P'asquali. the American priim donna who scored such
remarkable successes in Europe, is to ble heard in several >IraslIs at the Met-
ropolitan, in New York, this season. Aside from being the possessor of a
marvelous voice, she is one of the most beautiful women in the operatic ranks.
And she is thoroughly American-in fact. a nature of Boston. She has been
on the stage since she was five years old and has sung in every large city in
the old world. She sings no fewer thu:n forty operatic roles.


A NATURAL WONDER. I A MERCHANT OF FEZ.

The Devil's Race Course In the 3ije DescripLion of His Rise and His igno-
Ridga Mountains. miious Fa'!.
""T .e i i l:il !ie uniit:iins ablo,::; ', Th i:i,-r, !;: :ts '.t i-': :i: ** t, !>e
n111 11ii "1 Wi vt.l'.arS." 3lst "t' t :ni .. | t'ounl all ,,ver M ,,r';q.-i>. I!i 1_ tI '. ise
rt'si(;'li of i'enii:,r. "'*M st won l .' Ali M:ia iiioiid !:;:i:.ci .c:s '.! i : I lusi-
of tlatni atit. in in uit i'.iin. is t'. e i'cv niess n liare s.-.. lie pr -..rs
il's 1;ae Cours. w\\ li( h is but ;a sh.,ri exce-d.in;ly paui'l inr.~ntly :pur. bases
%walk trotin Peua.t:!r. a black femai'le slave to assi- his wife
"At ii'rst view this strai-.ige nature. : in her duties. Ali Malhinoud takes a
p)heionAllllen4. appears like ai bro'nl house in the Medina quarter of Fez.
roadway of great stones which ex overlkokitng the pleasant olive groves.
tends away up the mountain in a path In course of time he buys two more
no human hand could ever build slaves and is fairly set up as a house-
Many oft these great stones weigh holder.
tons. white tat ers are only a few bun When his first daughter is born
dred weight. 1.3tui; close together by there is great rejoicing. The baby is
the thousand, they present an extraor- immediately stained all over its little
dinary spectacle body with henna and then smeared
-Tradition has It and scientists agree liberally with butter and wrapped in
that a thousand or more years ago woolen cloths. On the seventh day
this strange track was the bed of an these are removed, and the child is
ancient river. The conclusion Is drawn washed for the first time. When the
from the hkoks of the stones They girl has reached her first year her
are all well rounded and worn snmoth. head Is shared, leaving a little tuft by
showing the action of water, which which Mohammed could catch her up
had polished their rough edges no to heaven if he were so disposed. In
doubt for centuries, her seventh year her hair has grown
"But the mystery Is If this theory be long again. She is then veiled, and
k true to explain bow the great body of her proud father sets about looking
water was confined at the sides, for for a husband for her.; It is still the
Sthe course Is not hemmed in by high custom to betroth children from In-
banks. nos Is it located in a ravine, fancy.
In fact. it stands somewhat higher Ali Mahmoud prospers, and. save for
than the natural side of the mountain a few domestic troubles, his life runs
The puzzle only Intensities interest in smoothly. In the evenings Ali will sit
the queer place and multiplies the ar- and smoke in the bosom of his family.
guments and theories of its prehistoric On Thursdays and Saturdays he vis-
origin."-Baltimore American. its his friends. They pass the time
In simple games of cards or in listen-
THE ANIMAL MIND. ing to the weird efforts of itinerant
TH AI L MIN, musicians. Our merchant gets stout
as he approaches middle age. One day
A Story About a Cow and the Calf
A t Ab C and his world tumbles about hint. Siich is
She Licked. the uncertainty of fate in Morocco.
An absurd story is cited about a He was serving in his shop when
cow. showing what creatures of habit the customer suddenly raised his voice
animals are. This particular cow and cried out that he was getting false
b would not stand to be milked unless weight. The accusation was terrible,
she could lick her calf at the same and All vehemently protested his in-
Stime. For a long time she always had noene. It was an arranged charge
buta alf f st ae or othun er tone herby an enemy of the merchant, who
, but at i&st by ill fortune one of her philosophically bowed his head with
aThere no reason w a bereaved the saying: "Kismet! Mine enemy has
There s uuo reason why a bereaved tfond me, and the serpent requires
Smother d rn a milk." The arbitrators are called, and.
milking time. but there was the tixe having been bribed previously, they
habit of making ertaln motions The IA Mabmoud guilty aud sentence
farmer however, was a practicaS him to the usual punishment meted
psychologist. lie s-uffed the skin t,!
Psychologist Hl ta-td lethe kino out to givers of false weights. He is
have that to lhak. o be suret the hay dragged to the southern wall of the
Scalf had nethc.r head nor legs. but a city. to a place where a tall gibbet is
F cow has no gener head nas cornering erected. By the irony of fate it is
Y the nature uf caldes nor any searing within sight of his own house. A rope
Sthe nature is made fast to his right wrist and
Season for assu:uing that calves should i made fast to his right wrist and
di have heads :tid legs. It. felt right, iad hoisted up until his toes can just touch
I have heads and legs. It felt right. nud
f it sme:led right It enabled her to go the ground. Here he is left till sun-'
set. The idlers jeer at him, and the
r through the t ullo,'iltry emotions a;
r milking tnie. "lferefre it wa.s uth- gamins of the quarter pelt him with
r- cient stones and refuse. At sundown hisi
t I Tdiut of '.r.s'1 :p t likingg h.i friends carry him home. a p(or, bruis-
I little Yit n 4oru;lit nTh*ri-..l T..iT. y issued disgr.ieed. thus ended his career as a
II froum t iti.. :',.d t.he >. w. iu:init.st- respectable n erehant.-Moriocco Cor.
d ing not t.h. ':','-.. -ui.:se or a; London Graphic.
hl tiol. ,!,., :. i *r:. u...i. t, d vc r Putting It Delicately.
II the U-;'-\.., ;.,i .,, ',' At a cricket match ipla ed in thei


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--.--f a: 7.- park of a baronet it was fouund nee-e-
L s:ry o' sry to sei'urc the services of one 01'
so:r..-- t: fotimen ias umpire. In d'e 'ours.-
anl..' ',,a. the bIaronet went i:t. and the secotil
.;i .. La! delivered him i he stopped with! hi,
&s rthe 'i ." 1. .;.t:' ;. ,:- .1, leg. and the cry of "How's that?" wa-.
sur. 'n. *'. *. ::: :l. se day:;s raised.
s ,uiOkei <.j i t i the s a' it was the footman on whom tihe
as culs 'ai -; ',... I v :i. e !i..tl-es. decision rested, aud he said in a half
Well. : ir.-h in ri':- :i ; vaiter ca-rrie.l apologetic tone:
his n:-siters S- i k of pilIes. sume bun- "I'm afraid I must say N'-.'t at 'omin.:
tired pvrhalPs.o o the i.c-arest bakery. Sir John."'
The Lakler wovud .i ;-i i. then dip "N.it :t h'-ii ': rr'-ed th baronet.
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EPISCOPAL SERVICES


1 Ul~l MOIATHR 0 A 1


LUM/tL UHll I Lt VU eB6 Reg
Epis'o)l cnurcih sevi ces for the
-econd Smuday in Adv'nt, will be as HOLDS INIE STIW SESION.
follows: i *
St. Mary's, Daytona.-Holy Commit MRS. WILLIAM A. RONALD WAS
ion aind s"ron, 11 a. M sic b RONALDWAS
-.'est'd ;male choir. HOSTESS OF THE OCCASION
(;Grae Chu;vli. I'i!, (-: i,'.- -!:.ily AT HER PENINSULA HOME.
i Th.- fulil l uiiil'r"r o ti meinii rs ai. 1
r( 1 uv sfs of th1. i)aught. -s ,It ft
.\Il-rtic l Rel, ult enjoy.,. h, h,.w
: :i:lit of 'irs. W illi:in A. "i. al: d, ..:
,-.t ..li;n s" ('brlr-h. I)!)r!!'''i il -- .- 1
S.. .-r penii!ns!ila hlonie. Prec-*ding. ti.
Vi\'.. .i l *! i1l:. ,_1 "t $:-t it. .::. 1 r pr gr ni
I regi:lar program, a short busin'.-,
S.ssio:i \uas held, ways and ilealit
BAPTIST SERVICES. for carrying on a local development
An Ancient Wrlin .Mah, ..of the plans proposed by the nation,
Ora r,>oiio eucuogiDC.C


.,vill be the subject of the evening
sermon at the Baptist church, Sun-
day. The sermon will be illustrated
by a crayon drawing .
The Sunday School will meet at
10 o'clock a. m.; morning worship ,at
11 o'clock. The B. Y. P. U. will
meet at 6:45 p. m. Subject of the
meeting: "John, Three Sixteen."
Miss Brown will lead. All are cordial-
ly invited.
The Baptist Sunday School of Sea-
breeze, will meet at Wilman's opera
house, Sunday at 2:30 p. m. The
pastor of the Daytona Baptist church
will preach at 3:30. A cordial invita-
tion is extended to all.

METHODIST SERVICES
Preaching srevices wll be held at
the First M. E. Church, Sunday at
11:00 a. m. The subject of the ser-
mon will be "The Heart Searching
Appeal of Christ to His Disciples."
The subject of the evening sermon
will be "To Whom Shall we Go?"
Evening services commence at 7:34:.
Sunday School convenes at 9:45 in
the forenoon .Rev. Horace Mallison
is the pastor.

For Sale or Rent, Furnished.
Ten-room house at Coocoanut Grove
Florida, fronting on Biscayne Bay,
opposite Cape Florida. Large grounds
with tropical fruit in bearing. Dock
on water front Fishing facilities un-
surpassed. Automobile and yacht
furnished if desired Modern improve
ments Apply to P. 0. Box 308, Mi-
ami, Fla.

Easily Obliged.
Tramp-Say. boss, can yer tell a fel-
ler where he kin get 15 cents for a
bed? Old Gentleman (dealer In sec-
ondhand furniture) Certainly. my
good man. Bring the bed to me. and
If It is worth 15 cents *I11 buy it.-
Judge.

All Who
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organization, for educational bette:
ment were discussed The paper o:
the day was given by Miss Lucy A.
Cross; subject, "John Adams and thl'
the Diplomatic Relations of the Unit-
ed States with England."
Miss Cross developed a well drawn
synopsis of the trials of the Ambas-
sador, prefaced by a clear portrayal
of the man himself; his intense pa-
triotism and honest desire that his
efforts should count only for good.
Miss S. E. Stover led in the dis-
cussion that followed, giving an in-
formal talk on facts, their logical re-
sults and bits of the diarys of Mr.
and Mrs. John Adams, showing that
the path of our American diplomats
was by no means to be coveted .
Light refreshments and a social
hour brought the meeting to a close.


PUBLIC LIBRARY WORK
AVlATING LOW TIDES
The causeway from Beach street
to the library grows but slowly, ow-
ing to the very high tides of the past
w,:ek. Put the moon is now on the
wane. and low tides will give cement
foundation a chance to harden. Mr.
Rogers appreciates even more than
the waiting public perhaps the im-
portance of completing the work as
soon as possible. An easy and pleas
ant access to the library from Beacl
street will greatly please the reading
public.
The library patrons and friends ar.
also greatly interested in the progress
of the improvement of the City Islan
and are hopeful that the leveling an
spreading of shell will be completed
by the holidays .
Mrs. C. -M. Bingham has enriched
the library by D' Aubignee's Histori
of the Republic and some religion
and political works Another frienC
has donated one of Hall Caine's in
tearesting stories and a copy of H)
patians Gold Elm.
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WV % WA-&P% W,' ,,,V *v Why Joyner Left Home.
"-Are you ready to receive the obli
good health, with its blessings, must un- "Are you ready to receive the osl
gations'." asked the most upright su
derstand.quite clearly, that it involves the premie hocus pxocus of the Order ,
question of right living with all the term Hoot Owls.
imnplie:. With proper knowledge of what, "I am." said the candidate tirmly.
is be(_t. each hour of recreation. of enjov- "Tliin t:k. al sip of this Iru.si: a '
Il .*,e y, Vuz rihit hand in this I t
nm-nt. of contemplation anl of fiTort may il,,,i !;d. r, st yoiiur elft han;l u,
be made to contribute to' livin-z aright. ht r' .i; g buzzsaxv. co.'s': '
Then the us-e- of mei dicine-, mni:v .ii- ..- :t-. r- l-t after ni'"-
pc'nt-ed with TO a.vnrat : !,i-r .r- .:v :. iii- ',",rnii -l r.d of J:
dIi ry- con. tini.:. in r anv I:.-::. : -'- i.: .. w f, ,l ui ..
"" ;, ;. ':;" t,.,l ','>s *' ill : t!,i i,; : ri .- ;ij .
siliiple. "-hol.o:iei r.ne.iy ::i..y ::,. I lhiirty tieii s di>tauit, ;aLd
table if ';:k,-* :it th,' pri ;i; r i: ::: I i ', : .- '.' ,,'* nii. sixty mileu s ;iw:ty. iI
t'Calio;i:i: Fi. ".vyr::. o. :.1,,- tI i- .: : ; -. 1. i.r:rrv.
alik,, i111r 'h t to.7n.i, -'si l r
trnt.hlly ani -App1'y 4h.. Easy Method.
laxative to: lth)-c ,-irint. *'SIl-ry.'" said Mrs. Gloonip at d:!
Conf-quently. th- ('ompany'- .yr, ,f nrir. I..s .ing Fig, and Elixir of Senna iveM-s s.en ral siMeaking to Mr. Gloonip on the Otll,
s,ti.fation.n To ,et it. h.nefir.ial ff-r- side of the table, iy watch hasn'


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In the Best Locality.
Electric Lighted; Furnace Heated.
Ample and Artistic Porches.
The Very Best of Plumbing.


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For the lady who finds 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 countenance long before the day is done, we have put in stock of
that famous and sidely-known brand at GROOVER SOFT SHOES, which
awe the standard for comfort and value Every pair of Groover turn aboes
0 wa hand aewed made of the beat grades of zoat and kid leathers from the


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Cottages for Rent,



Ocean Boulevard and Grandview

Avenue, Seabreeze, Florida.


$150'to $800 for season.


Fully fur-


nished with high grade furnishings.


CONRAD=OATES REALTY,1 TITLE
AND INSURANCE COMPANY, Inc.


Phone 128


Daytona, Fla.


Message from

the Sea Ford

at Ponce Park.


famous English makers. The soles are of the finest tannages and heavy SRARRVImi, Dec. 1-The service
enough In the mock welt lines to make them compare very favorably in at the Seabreeze church was well at-
wearing qualities with the average welted shoe. and bring to the wearer tended Sunday morning. Dr. Black-
quality, comfort, durability and value, For sale only at burn, of Atlanta, preached a fine
TE PECK sENDRICKS COMPANY ermon, taking the text "She has
THE PECK HENDRCKS COMPANY. done what she could," and applying it
-- --- to the present needs of the commu-
nity Encouraging assurance was
given that the church would receive
hearty support.
Ralph Evernden came up from FL
Pierce and had his Thanksgiving din-
ner with his parents.
WITH A CAPITAL OF ~Mr. and Mrs. John Hunt arrived
last Thursday from New York and are
$00 established at their winter home on
Halifax avenue.
$100000000 Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kittler, of New
ark, N. J., arrived Wednesday of
and SURPLUS and PROFITS OF last week and have taken rooms tem-
9 porarily at the Keystone. Mr. Kit-
tier is in Palm Beach this week on
a business trip.
Mrs. Horace Taft, wife of the Pres-
ident's brother, arrived from Water-
T h man, Conn., Saturday night, and is
a guest at the Princess Issena. Mrs.
T h Taft was accompanied by her nurse,
Sliss Lowry, and friend, Mrs. Wig-
ging, of New Haven, Conn. Mr. Taft
First N national 'will join his wife here during the hol-
Idays.
B a n k*IMrs. Florence M. Burgman will open
Seminole Lodge, her handsome home
B an k on Ocean boulevard, for the accom-
*modation of guests Dec. 10.
o0 Mrs. J. F. Martin is spending some
time at her home on Ocean Boule-
t A utvard. She is having electric light
St. A ugustine |fixtures put in and connections made,
and will have her property further
improved by filling in the east side
SOLICITS YOUR BANKING BUSINESS and of the lot and setting it to grass. i
IS IN POSITION TO TAKE CARE Mr. and Mrs. zimmerman, of To-
moka, spent Thanksgiving with Mrs.
OF IT TO YOUR ENTIRE and Miss Mullett, on Valley street.
SATISFACTION. Miss Kelly, Dr. and Mrs. Messen-
ger, Mrs. Wauson and others, spent
Monday in DeLand. making the trip
in Mr. Eoyd's auto car.
C .P. Lund, the tax collector of Sea
breeze, has been quite ill the past
few days.

O OTANACTR CHATTANOOGA HAS NEW

We ho~vebeen samppjising the-TERMINAL STATION.
afLVele~ Aapp Ci1ATANOOGA, Tenn., Dec. 1 -
lee.ls o M.ci 'trT aLSe rS. The new terminal railroad station in
SWe CO-Yry7 &al.re StofJ. Of this city was opened for use today.
PJAi AWSTATIOtAIEN NESIL The station was constructed at a cost
SPOTAL STTOA E..I .B of three-quarters of a million dollars
ER% aE5,Sw.Mstls, al ooJ(Vorkki~dMaclin- and is one of the largest and finest
e ,s99 at nA l KtLs.DneV og FnS_ railroad terminals in the South .
C PB'^^^ORTABLE &UARAtAoTEe o iRgOTE rnC.T ar
*'RITE FOR CATALo*dE A MD TERIAS '
0MAbABY COMPANY TEMPERANCE LECTURES
ua FbRSYThStATLAL TA TAQ AT ARMORY CLOSE.
The series of temperance lectures
at the Armory was completed with
*.*****.**.**.****** ******* ****************- "Ben Hur" Monday night, but Dr.
J. B. GARRISON Tracy gave a special lecture for col-
ored people only Tuesday night. The
S I I I ] I I I I 4 / A close examination of electric- roes turned out in great numbers
B al work finished and charged for and the Armory was crowded. There
from this shop shows how square- was a largestrong chorus and the
ly and honorably we transact our
ly and hon by we tranact our* singing was excellent. Dr. and Mrs.
business. Electrical repairs re- Tracy will remain here until next
S-ceive special attention. Those week when they will probably go to
~ -_ r "who employ us never worry about t New Smyrna.
our charges, and they know be-
~ ~ -fore engaging us that our work-
1 manship will be the best. REVIVAL MEETING TO
: l [d[ l|- Z .BE HELD AT KINGSTON.
"!Daytona Electric Co. B
C* The old fashioned Methodist revive<
S \- .. I ,.... al meeting that was to have begun
?jt 1 I I1 1 ( 1 1 t 232 South Beach Street. o. t w p o because
m in the Kingston 2.1. r. Church, South.
**:***** **:******:************::************ Nov. 15th., was postponed, because of
.... the meetings at the Armory It will
******************** *g begin M11onday evening, Dec. 6th.
S* R.v. Barze, pastor of the Metho-
I RL. D. TAYLOR, Electrical Contractor : dist church in Daytona Beach, will
1. o ~preach Tuesday evening Rev. Aber-
SMOrSl \1Virng a Specialty. crombie. pastor of the Baptist church
rt,. ..... ..... in Daytona, will preach Wednesday
Dealer in Electrical Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shades, in t .. w.l s .wart.a of Seattle,
Lamps No. 8 Oranie avenue, DAYTONA, LA. \\-sh., will preach Thursday evening.
**i*lllleaaeanamaaaaaaiaiaaaa aiaaaaaseh*** O* Rev. H .t. .Mallinson. pastor of tilt


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PROGRAMME OP MUSICAL ON
BOARD BRITISH STEAMSHIP
"BRITON," FOUND WITHIN A
CLARET BOTTLE.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N. Chamberlin
on their return from Ponce Park last
week, where they had been spending
Thanksgiving, brought with them a
bottle picked up on the ocean beach,
Wednesday afternoon, by Miss Mattle
Pacetti, of Ponce Park, and Miss
Lula Alba, of St. Augustine.
Evidently an empty claret bottle it
contained a programme of a musical
given aboard an English steamer
plying possibly between some English
port and Burmuda, or even in the
Mediteraneaa service, nearly two
years ago.
The cork of the bottle, though some
what weather-worn, was perfectly
sound and no water appears to
have penetrated to the interior of the
bottle.The printed program was slight
ly discolored at one end, but this was
probably due to a few drops of liq-
uor remaining in the bottle.
Following is a transcript of the
program:
R. M. S. "BRITON."
Commander, C. S. Brown.
Programme of Music
Under the direction of A. Ilgenstein
on the Promenade Deck, weath-
er permitting, Tuesday, Feb-
ruary 18, 14, commenc-
ing at 8:30 P. M.
March, "To the Front," ..Old Hume
Overture, "Hungarian Listspiel"
Keler Bela
Valse, "The Grenadiers," Waldtenfel
Piccolo Solo, "Silver Birds." LeThier
Selection, "The Merry Widow,"
(By desire) F. Lehar
Gavotle, "Old Tapestry," E. Bogette
Cake Walk, "Rastus on Parade,"
K. Mills
God Save the King.




TOTALLY BLIND,


IS WEDDED TO


MILLIONAIRESS.


BRIDE IS THE DAUGHTER OF MAN music was very much enjoyed. Ser-
I %ices were. as usual, well attended.
OF MILLIONS GROOM HEARS!


THE CEREMONY BUT DOES NOT
SEE THE POMP AND SPLENDOR. Prohjs Ta e
NEW YORK, Dec .1-None of the -


long list of notable weddings that hae
taken place in fashionable St. Thom-
as church ever attracted more atten-
tion than the ceremony performed
there at noon today which made Miss
Vera McFarland Moses, whose father
is a multi-millionaire, the bride of Ed-
ward Matthews Chamberlin, of Wash-
ington, D. C.,
The white satin and tulle and or-
ange blossoms with which the beau-
tiful bride was arrayed were unseen
by her husband, although she leaned
proudly on his arm The childish
prattle of the two little flower girls
was heard by him, but their happy
faces, their baskets of flowers, count-
ed for nothing.
For Mr .Chamberlin, who comes of


an old Virginia family, is
blind.


totally


The marri:tge ceremony was perform-
ed by the rector the Rev. Dr. Ernest
H. Stires. The bride was attended
by MIss H.len Melbourne Meek. of
Virginia, as maid of honor. Mr. Cham-
berlin had his brother, Justin Morrill
t'hamhlerli. Washington, for best
man, and another brother, Capt. Paul
W Chnlll ~lin Jf h flt F i d S


S am .er. ,e-o t an e ates
Mr. E. Church in Daitona, will paldi ; arine ('orps, v.as aiont- thit ush-
Friday evelninlg, Rev. ltana Siherill, 1' (.rs. The ceretliO!ly at thri rh!)nrch was
Daytona. Saturday '.e:iia.. You a'e f -l:,l b:d b y a adding lreakfa.st
i:i\vittd to o i-t;l- anid Ibr.i:.g all y' at the Hotl Savoy, w\ ere te l side's

.11.ILAX";DOX C: )P)'E!t., I'as ,:

CONSERVATION POLICIES
PROMINENT PEOPLE ARE IN DANGER.
ATTEND WEDDING.
I XNEW YORK. D'ec. 1- Worcester
WAStiXNGTON, D. ). C. Dec. 1-Tie Gifford Pincl.oi in an article whii h
iirslt o the Dectember weddings in the !ill ;.pe:r in Outlook, Dec. 4, de-
capital society was solemnized today,! clares the conservation policies of the
when Marie Louise Chase. daughter government in danger at the next
of Mrs. Constantine Chase, became session of C(ongress The article
tue bride of Lieut. Robert R. Ralston, says that privileges of a few will
U. S.A.A The bride was attended by continue to obstruct thle rights of
.Miss Edna faylor, of New London, the many. The danger of the gov-
Conn., and Capt. William A. Mitchell. erminient losing great coal and water
lAoQv stationed at West i'oint, acted rights, is partiu-larly alarming, hle de-
as best ma.i. .Mavny persons promi- clarl-S'
ilnI inl Washington so.rity were )res
eut at the wedding: and the reception .
wic foh owd. An addition of sixteen( feet is be-
iig made on tin- .south side- of the F.
At l, .....-g la' ..ee.tig .. the r r.. C. Rvy. D'pot ior use (if t.L- S ttllh-
rna t. p Woodimen of the World. ri Explress Cotmpany.v
held Friday night of last we"k, W.
? .L.i vardls, .MurIayv S. Mc1oi and Mr. nd 1r.and Mrs .1. Hi. !ake;- arriv\ti Fri-
I -I.-, .-* -* o' t- l. lA fl % -v e .-. v. ; r t ;jn .i t : i ," l ., ivr ut.;L "tl' tii f a ra to>. -N


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DAYTONA BRACH, Dee. 1--A
dressing of shell hais been agge iW
Valley street, and the street ais fd -
ed to vehicle travel .
A little girl arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Ja. LL Wicox at ;,
o'clock last Saturday night: Dr. Each
attended. Mother and babe doing
well.
Edward Curtis chartered the Hol-
land boat Sunday for an outing up
the Tomoka river. The party inacld-
ed besides the host and hostess Mr.
and Mrs. Curtis, the Misses Freeman,
Miss Mandigo, Mrs. Curtis' cousin,
Miss Mabel WakefieldM. and Messrs.
L M. Springer and Eric Mills.
Mrs. W. H. Freeman is having ce-
ment steps laid at Pinehurst.
Miss Maude Strother was given a
birthday surprise party by the pupils
of her school grade. RefrPshments
were served and a pleasant evening
enjoyed. The pupils scored a real
success in keeping the secret from
their teacher, and making the sur-
prise a genuine one.
A. J. Beardsley has arrived from
Bo3ne City, Mich. and will spend .the
winter at his home on Valley street-
Mrs. Beardsley will join Mr. Beards-
ley here after the holidays .
Mention of Mrs. Jas. K. Banks' ar-
rival was overlooked last week. She
and Jack are a t their pleasant home
on the Halifax for the winter. Mr-
Banks is not expected from Sheldon,
N. D., for some time yet.
Mi's. Nelson H. Parker and children,
relatives of Mrs. Freeman, arrived
from Niantic, Conn, last Friday, and
expect to spend the winter in Dr.
Owen's cottage on Peninsula Drive.
Winm. Petersohn and family arrived
from Aurora, Ill., the latter part of
last week and are at their home on
Live Oak avenue. Mr. Petersohn is a
cement contractor and will work for
A. Vandevorde this winter .
Mrs. E. A. Branch, treasurer, re-
ports $32.05 as the net receipts of the
Thanksgiving supper given by the La-
dies' Aid last Thursday night, +at the
church dining hall.
E. A. Branch has leased the Gar-
field cottage in Seabreeze, to Mr. and
M rs.Kramer, of Syracuse, N. Y.
The addition of Mr. and Mrs. C;
H. Willson to the orchestra, Sunday
made the full complement, and the


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MASONIC DIRECTORY.
HALIFAX LODGE. No. i8, F. & A. -.
Meets 1st and rd Thrdaya. -
HALIFAX CHAPTER, No. 5, A. A. -
Meets mnd Thursday.
ORI 9NTAL 4OMMAN DERY, No. 9,..- -
Meets 4th Thursday.
LIVE OAK CHAPTER. No. 1. 0. L. I- -
Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays.
All meet in Masonice Hall. Orange aieE-


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ADOPTS RESOLUTIONS PRACTI-
CALLY DECLARING A BOYCOTT
ON LOCAL NEWSPAPERS-


DR. TRACY DISAPPROVES.


From Wednesday's Daily:
Monday evening the temperance
meeting at the Armory adopted a
set of resolutions, one paragraph of
which reads as follows: "Resolved,
that we regret the presence of ad-
vertisements in the public press offer-
ing intoxicating liquors for sale in


prohibition territory and we call upon
our business men to seek to place
their advertisements in journals free
from the contamination of liquoC ad-
advertisements."
Well-
Why didn't they adopt resolutions
condemning Postmaster Smith for,
selling money orders that go to pu--!
chase liquor? It .would bt just as
s+'nxsilble.
Am::o:g the telitpratncei advocates!
are sot.e broad-mit:d. ,d and intelli-i
o-'ntr pccple hut o( the other hand,
un.iortunately for rhe cause, there are
some the brains of whono could be:
,pa,-ed oi a pin point. The Daily
News regrets that this meeting!
-.tooped to such littl.-ness as it did
in adopting this resolution-it feels
only pity for the ont-s who fathered
the resolution.
Dr. W. X. Tracy, the temperance
lecturer, deplores the action of the
meeting and in a conversation with
the Daily Xews said: "1 deprecate
the action of the meeting, feeling
that anything of this kind is more
harmful than guod to the cause.
What the prohibition movement
v.ants is frit'rds., not enemies."

Win Shoemwaktr and L. L. Vinzant
v,-.,:, i thI city fr. o.!t let- Land from
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Who sells furniture at retail the
price of a pael back dinin chair
lise this, made of quarter-sawed
golden oak highly wih
cane seatL We offer these at this
.peclal price for a shoittimeoly.
They are made rightton every way
Ead sold direct to you fmoa oar
factory.
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fitting each and every

Otomer and satisfaction

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wouldn't lt Make

Mad

you Mhad' "ewuy searched and
maypaid: canned goods sup. I J yot
eto tofi nd upon
eing them that they proved to be
..ordHiary and inferior quality; or
tpiO in a bag"
When buying canned goods you do it on faith, you cannot
Ssee the inside of the can, therefore, be sure to get a standard


"ROYAL SCARLET"
(* VARIETIES AND STYLES IN GLASS AND TINS)

s the standard, and the Fish, Fruits and Vegetables bearing
that brand are all guaranteed to be the finest in the land.
You never run a chance of getting a pig in a bag when
you buy "ROYAL SCARLET."
FOR SALE BY


L. G. LYMAN.


FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY


LOCAL TIME CARD No. 79.


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il f aya, Thbuday sad ataSurda departures from Ker West.
SWIOanay, WetaesdAi sand Friday. arrivals sad departures at Havana.


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OJF LC<UMCARD OI010133 INFORMAL ION "SEE THE TWALUT AGENT
CleB. imd FIM..9nAgsso ST- AUGUSTIN. FLORID A


Corrected to Sept. 1, 1909


p.. UIb~W


Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Bohannon were
among the Jacksonville visitors last
week.

Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Norton, of Cory,
Pa., are again domiciled for the win-
ter in their home on Fairview avenue.


Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hathaway and
their daughters, the Misses Fannie
and Ada, of Bedford, Ohio, arrived
recently and are occupying their cot-
tage on South Palmetto avenue, near
Live Oak.

Mary Caldwell, the little daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Caldwell, went
to Mount Dora Monday, for a couple
of weeks' visit with her grandfather,
W. M. Orton.

Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Rogers and
daughter, and Mr. Rogers' father,
of Asbury Park, N. J., are located
for the winter in Mrs. Mary Spen-
cer's cottage on North Beach street.


Col .WS N. Shafner ret ei ftra
Mrtd.' haae or afteamoa, clearing
Mrs. Shaffnher to make a more extend
ed. visit.'-' .


Mrs. "C. C. Cissna and Miss Ciana
have arrived from Watseka. Ill- and
are in their winter home on First
avenue.

Mrs. Henry Van Doran and children
returned Saturday from Jacksonville
where they had been enjoying the
carnival.

Wiley Melton went to Oak Hill
Monday where he is engaged in the
drilling of several wells.

W Hankins and P. C. Rodgers
were Jacksonville visitors last week,
from Thursday until Saturday night.

Mrs. W. F. Gille and daughter,
Mary, returned Sunday from Jackson-
ville, where they had been spending
the week.


Jesse Yelvington, of Kingston, went
to Titusville Tuesday afternoon for
a few days' visit with his son and
family at that place.

.Mrs. C. R. Eigabroadt and daughter
Miss Heath, of Fort Plain, N. Y.,
are occupying a flat in Mrs. Ben-


It is only now becoming generally nett's house on Bay St.
known that Miss Fannie- Martin,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Ira H. Miller return-
Martin, of Magnolia avenue, was mar- ed from Ponce Park last Thursday
ried several weeks ago to C. W. Chap-. and are guests at the Ivy Lane Inn
man, of Ocala, who is now in the for the season.
employ of Dr. S. W. Carroll.
MMrs .E. H. Glenn went to DeLand
Tuesday afternoon for a couple of
Miss Ella Tremain, who has been isit with her daughter,, Mrs.
visiting with her mother at Dr. Bo- weekSam visit with shoemaker and family
hannon's hospital, returned to Mount
Dora Monday. Mrs. Tremain, it is
sMrs. Mary Duck went to Interlach-
thotught, will be sufficiently recover- Mrs. ay Duck went to iterfach-
ed to be removed to her home at enTuesday afternoon for a visit of a
Mount Dora in about two weeks week or more with her brother. Dr.
J. M. Jones and wife, formerly of this
city.
A. A. Maynard and his sister, Mrs.
H Ii. Povwell. of Stamrford, N. Y., a(- illauie is visiting at
ied b the Misses Elizabeth'Ella Willaue is visiting at
nied by the sses Elibet ksonville and Palatka for a few
i.;Ia-r an l xihlrr l l:iine nrr'iv :-. d..


.. days, having gone up) to
r-..';tly and ar, located in the J. A.!
'city _ond1y afternoon-.
!. ns residence on South Palmetto
a :.':,ie. !


the' foriner


11. S. Walker, one of Ne'w Smyr-
na's leading merchants, was in the
From Wedniesday's Daily: city yesterday on business and is a
W .W. Arnett, of Valdosta, Ga., was! Daytona visitor again today.
in the city last Wednesday, looking
ui old friends. Mr. Arnett, who was Mrs. L. Hobbs arrived from Ne
one of the early settlers of Daytona. York recently and opened her art
was returning from New Smyrna., shp in the F. M. Call building, on
where he had been called by the sMagnolia Avenue, for the season.
AU+lU i^filSM. -in!aw, l.i i-


death of his son-in-law, S. B. W ig-
gins, switchman for the F. E. C. Ry.,
whc was killed recently while on du-
ty in the yards at that place.


Geo. M .P. Holt, one of Daytona's
regularsarrived Satuday from Spring
field, Mass., and is located as usual,
at the Austin, on North Beach street,


The merchants of Daytona should -w, Uot w iUr1.
at once inaugurate a vigorous adver-
tising campaign for holiday business. Among those who successfully pass-
By a proper presentation of the ad- ed the recent examination before the
vantages of trading in Daytona and State Board of Optometry, held at
the ability of our merchants to sat- Tampa, was Charles S. Gould, of
isfactorily meet all demands that Daytona Beach.
mawy be made on them, practically all
of the holiday trade of this vicinity Mrs. H. G. Wilson arrived Sunday
might b secured by the merchants o night from Brooklyn, N. Y., and will
this city. But the liberal use of space spend the winter with her daughter,
in the newspapers is essential to at- Mrs. Harry Hartshorn and family on
tract this business. Loomis avenue.


From Wednesday's Daily:
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Pacetti were in
the city from Ponce Park yesterday.
Mr. Pacetti says the new reservation
has been staked and the two stakes
opposite one another at Bethune Pt.
mark the northern boundary. Mr. Pa-
cetti further remarked that Geo. N.
Chamberlin, who was really the orig-
inator of the project of a reserva-
tion here, while at Ponce Park last
week, remarked upon the very notic-
able increase of bird life it had al-
ready accomplished.


Miss Helen Foote was in the city
from St. Augustine Friday afternoon'
of last week for a brief visit with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H.
Foote. She came down with R. M.
Bond in his automobile and returned
by train.

Kenneth Heath left Sunday after-
noon for Los Angeles. Cal., to take
the position with Dr. Potter held by
his brother, Alfred, recently deceased.
His place in the V. C. Grant bicycle
livery will be filled by Arthur Yel-
vington.


WAYNESBORO, Gaw e. 1- 'l "e
South Georgia Confeisrence of. the te
Methodist church is holding its an- anes Union 1
hnal session here with Bishop A. W. day of last Week Ilm- _f ..
Wilson, of Baltimore, presiding A eers were elected: i ie A -
large attendance of delegates and vis- Herman G. Porter; 's tV T -
itors marked the opening of the con- ident, Mr.- Julia R.IloBe: i -
ference today Sermons and lectures Vice President, Mrs. W. H. Bl"0a.M
by a number of noted divines, mission son; Third Vice Presidemtra. KI-
aries and laymen are provided for in Mallinson; Secretary, Mrs. .
the programme, which extends over Keech; Treasurer; Mrs. Haur; (C*-
a period of nearly a week. The homes responding Secretary, Mrs. W. H. Ed-
of the city have been thrown open mondson. Five new members were
for the entertainment of the visitors., added to the society.

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cistern for domestic use, or to force city water to a higher elevation than it
would flow by its own pressure
o Facts regarding the construction of the Buckeye Water Lift.
1 They are made of the best quality of bronze. 2 The workmanship
is of the highest grade. 3 The cylinders are separate and have no con-
nection by which the hard and soft water can mix. 4 The plungers are
cushioned to prevent water hammering. 5 There is only one set of stuf-
fing boxes. which can b- 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. 8 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 metal 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. Ii The pump has a stroke of 7A inches, which is longer than any
other Lift on the market. 12 Valve is held at each ,id by center sup-
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It o Y We have just closed a cash contract with three Distill' r-
tS or OUfr ies to purchase all the Corn Rye and Bourbon whiskir-
Gainthey will make during the next twelve months.
This will give us an enormous quantity of whiskey.
We are going to sell every gallon-and we intend giving the benefit of our pu--
chase and contract to you.
Pure nislled White and Yeew Cow Wbskey. Express Prepad


Ig 2 gal. 2 gga. Sgal.
Quality-A-S1.90 3.15 5.00
Quality-B- 2.10 400 6.00
Quality-C- 2.45 4.50 6.75
Pure Rye or Bourbm
I gal. 2 gal. 3 gal.
Quality-A-$2.15 3.40 5.00
Quality-B- 2.40 4.25 6.00
Quality--C- 2.95 5.00 7.00


4 gal. 4 qts. 8 qts. 12 qts.
6.50 2.10 4.00 5.75
7.50 2.40 4.50 675
8.75 2.70 5.25 7.75
Whiskey. Express Prepaid.
4 gal. 4 qts. ( qts. It qts.
6.15 2.20 4.25 6.00
800 2.60 4 75 7.00
9.50 300 5.75 7.75


24 qts.
11.25
13.25
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24 qt<
11.75
13.75
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Wile or Yelow Cor. Quarts 5's. Express Prepaid.
5 hot. 10 bot. 15 bot. ;:a hot. 50 lot.
Quality-A-52.25 4.50 6.75 13-25 22.00
Quality-B- 2.60 5.20 7.75 15.00 25. 0
Settled ia Boad Whiskies and High Grade Bleads, Express Prepaid.
I gal in 4 full 12 full I galin 4 full 12 full
glass hot. qts. its. g-t;ig t t. qts. q its.


Sunny Brook S
Old Oscar Pepper
Mellwood
Lyndale
Lewis 66
I W. Harper
Mill Creed Cabinet
Upper Ten
G & B Black Label


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4.00
3.90
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4.00
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400
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5.00
5.00
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500
500
400
5.00
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12.00
12.00
11.00
12.00
1200
10.00
12.00
15.00


Overholt
T. B. Ripey
Woo iford Club
Old McBrayer
Murry Hill
Fisher Rye
Echo Springs
Rose Valley


4.50
4.00
4.00
390
400
3.50
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3.50


5.00
500
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4.00
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400
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Cream Kentucky 3.5'J 4.00


12.00
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11.00
12.00
11.00
12.00
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L. LOEB WhISKY CO.
22327 East bay Street. JACKSONVILLE. FLORID


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WE GUARANTEE FULL MEASURE
Per GaL 4 cu. ts is. U s. 4 alP.
RED LBL -.$ Su 2.30 $1.Vlu 7. 2.5
YELLOW LABEL 2.5 27 .-J 2~ 7.-J
fi ,,hcr Rye. COMor f ..n
LUE LABEL....- -.1S.1
JOCKY LUB-Our Leader 2-.-120 c.(4.235 S.ti) tl .)14'
BLACK LABEL ~-11 4.6.5 8.75 9&0 Ai;
WHITE LABEL 3__ .00 33i..-( 5.w0 9.W0 9) 1J
TASTY RYE ......... 3 W'3500 (it) 9.N~) 10(' C0'
IMMENSE RYE.-.- :. .--,o 4 10 11-4.11P4 10 y)
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operated on trains 29 and 78 be
tween Jacksonville and MiamL

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tween New York and Knights
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'o cal and see the results of a determined effort
o produce the Best in Fine Clothmn. Garments
o overwhmily ood in every feature that
mauts for perfection h Style, Fit and Durability
md everything else that goes to to make gar-


Saturday, Candy 2'.c per lb. at for use in hard water, at the Church
Young's Pharmacy. Saturday only. drug store.

D ec 1st A. L. Herndon, of Live Oak,. as The Whiz:. Captain Norton, of
accepted a position with Du-nn Los. New Haven, Conn., on deck, passed
as rt-pair man in their .bic' le, depart- through the bridge late Thursday ev-
ment. Mr. Herndon arrived from Liv enin"g.
The Service Oak last week .
-;.k for Church's Litt'e Liver Pills
-J. H. Gitten & Co., de:ale:s in fish --.)1 doses for 2. cents.
Will COIi" lap and oysters. Mackerel a sp- cialty.
Phone 5. Mrs. Joanston and daughters, the
every week :'iisses Miriam and Emma, arrived
J. Weir Kooker, of Jacksonville, from Boston, Mass., the fore part of
day until executor of the will of the late C. 0. the week aid are located for the
Livingston, was in Daytona Thurs- winter as usual at Daytona Beach.
April first day looking after matters in (on-
nection with the estate. -Ferns and pot plants for sale at
S and longer Geo. Dittman's, S. Ridgewood Avenue
Plenty of winter accommodations first house south of South canal.
in beautiful Seabreeze Handsome
ifI k)SiUeSS homes on pretty grounds, ranging Win. Stiling will remove the City
in rentals from $150 to $8*0. See me Bakery from its present location to
iustifies about them. Chas. F. Burgman, Wilthe north store room of the Thorp
man's Opera House, S abree .e.
building on South Beach street the
SFridforepart of next week.
From Frid.iy's D:ily:
A nine pound boy was born to Mr.'
rcolators, Toasters, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. L ae, last night at -Plenty of winter com
in beautiful Seabreeze. Handsome
d Warming Pads. their home 0on West Vo'lusa a-v'nu". homes on pretty grounds, ranging in
SMr. Lee is telegraph operator at the rentals from $150 to $800. See me
F. E. C. depot about them. Chas. F. Burgman,
IC, ICE and W -ilman's Opera House, Seabreeze.
-: FOR RFNT for se.son-hious;, on C. Nash & Son shipped, the fore
ANY. North Beach s; teen ll moder on part of the week, a twenty-five bar
veniences; between Schmidt s Hote-l ,
and Prince George lioe!. Apply Ga- rel galvanized iron tank to Jackson.
:ette-N ews office. vil!e. for use in Penjamin Mason'*s


Snew residence in that city.
Mr .and Mrs. F. C. Gardner arriv-i
ed Wednesday night from Fago, X.. Mr .and Mrs. George H. South-
D., and joined Mr. Gardner's parents, wood arrived from Michigan, Wed-
Mr. and Mrs. B. IH. Gardner at their nesday afternoon and are occupying
home on South Ridgewood avenue. their winter home, corner of Ridge-
wood avenue and Cedar street.

-For Sale or Rent-Six-room cottage, -Plenty of winter accommodations
Ridgewood; electric lights, hot and in beautiful Seabreeze Handsome
cold water, fire place, well furnished. homes on pretty grounds, ranging
Lot 48 x 100 feet R. J. Malby. in price from $150 to $800 See me
about them. Chas .F. Burgman, Wil-
man's Opera House. Seabreeze.
Richard Stevens is preparing to
build a winter residence on the lot. B. W. Boyd is running his auto
on South Ridgewood avenue, which bus "Rapid" on regular schedule be-
he recently bought of E. Van Orsdall tween this city, Seabreeze and Dayto-
Mr. Stevens is now occupying one of na Beach. leaving city hall, corner
R. J. Malby's houses on Orange av- Beach street and Orange avenue, at
enue, and has done so for several sea 8:45 a. m., and hourly thereafter
sons in the past. throughout the day.

-Plenty of winter accommodations *Remember GEO. H. CLARK ear-
in beautiful Seabreeze. Handsome ries the celebrated Pickard hand-
homes on pretty grounds, ranging in painted china, and "The Libby" Cut
rentals from 150 to $$800. See me Glass-the only place in town where
about them. Chas. F. Furgman, Wil-e n
man's Opera House, Seabreez?. these goods can be found.


WE CONFESS


We admit it frankly the Merchants Bank wants your business. But we also,
can asu yes tnht is return 1or year bsiess this bamk at ey d rs a service
which we hedeve almost perfect. t -que-'-Ea- security ler every delor entrust-
d to our care.
,In, M. n liGigures. here is our guarantee to every depitor regard-
less e the ament e may have in this bank.


Capital. .
Surplus and Profits .
Stockholders liability


. $100,000.00


50,000.00
.100,000.00

Total, $250,000.00


$250.000. That amount stands between your deposit and
any possible loss.
We repeat: This bank wants your business


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a nice home for a party of six or I
seven friends. Apply at house-25;
Second avenue.

-Automobile tires and inner tubes
vulcanized at Oliver's garage.

Degrees of Hunger.
"I'm simply starving!" cried the
short story writer at the Hungry club.
"I wish they'd begin dinner."
"I never saw you when you weren't
starving," said the poet.
"'m never as hungry as you are.
though," the short story writer declar-
ed. "because I write prose."-New
York Press.


WOMEN'S WOES.
Daytona Women Are FlUdim Relief


at Last.
It dots seem that women have more
than a fair share of the aches and pains
that aftiet humanity; they must "keep
up." must attend to duties ihl spite of
constantly aching backs, or headaches .
dizzy spells, l.earing-d.wn pains; they
Inust stoop over. when to stoop means
torture. They must walk and bend and
work with racking pains and many
awhes fr-mi kilneey ills. Kidneys cause
more sufferiiie than any other organ of
the ImAy. Kee the kidweys well and
iwalth is easily maintained. R-lad of a
remedy for kidneys only that helps and
cures the kidneys an. fu, ndlrosedldy peo-
ple in this h-wality
Mrs. 'C. W. Murlock, 10thSt.,Palatka,
Fla., says: I am glad to recommend
Doan's Kidney Pills in order to let my
neighbors know of the benefit I derived
from their use. I was a great sufferer
from backache and kidney trouble for
some time. My kidneys were weak and
caused me mu-h annoyance by too fre-
quent passages. My backached severely
and in the morning upon arising Iwasso
lame and stiff that I could hardly draw
myelf. I atlength read about Doan's Kid-
ney Pills, procured them and began their
use. They removed the lameness and
backache and regulated the pasages of
the kidney secretions. I now feel better
in every was and give Doan's Kidney
Pills the credit."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foeter-Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y., sole,
agents for the United States.
Remember the name-Doan's--and
take no other.


WILL SUPPORT STRIKERS.
BUFFALO, N. Y Dec. 3- Mr-
chants here are worried toity
over the prospect of the Nortba .
era switchmen's strike eTtendI. to
the eastern roads, paralyzing ll
ness. Officers of the National Sva
men's organization in a meeting .
lasting until daylight, are' repote
to have voted to stand by the Nodti
western men and will refuse to habx
cars handled by non-union switchua
if necessary.

A DoahiM HAld.
Miss Meonmte-E-&tet mc haM t
reins, plums Mr. ShphI-W
will I do then? Mbu mu m e--
might bold the holder a thm nML-
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to come down to our store right away and do so.
We'll give you a most interesting puzzle to solve-a beautiful
little book fully explaining the guzzle to you and telling you how
you can make the little "Buck's" range shown in the card this little
girl is holding, your little range.


Contest closes December 24th.
and commence work on your puzzle.


Lose no time-register at once


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Sin the city for a few-days. uil ""Maa X '1"
-Why don't you buy a Thermos Pot- -Dr. Houghton, Dentist, west end FUll ne of Rea R meus w at
Ouse it fasee the poinbrther?YU had South Bridge, Peck Block, phone 32. Yongs Pa"-3j. .. g
use it, see the point? Never had
so mavy useful and pretty things to I ,.- -
showin Diamonds Duke Wilder is making his head- From Friday's Daily:
Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, quarters at the Magnolia, on North Mrs. A. J. Hall and Mrs. C A.
Sterling Silver, &c., If it's new we. Ridgewood avenue IC.. Chamberlin's sister, arrived Is
have it. Reference, anybody. night and are at the Palmetto,an a.me.S .......
L. H. ROWE & CO. The Jewelers. Souvenir Cards at Lesesne's Ko- South Beach street Mr. Chamber-g bur a
T. B. Collins arrived Thursday, dri < dak Place-3 for 5 cents lin stopped over in Jacksonville un-
ing his automobile down from Jack- George Petrels, of the Ladas fruit til today. tells of a nw a
vile. store, returned Wednesday night from of fading i buy
-Hand Coored Photosa week's visit in Jacksonville *FOR SALE-a 3-foot Nickle-tond property ad
-Hain the city at Lesesne's Kodak Place the prettiestO val- front' show case, at GEO. H. methd cea t ate r'ram
in the city at Lesesne's Kodak Place -Phone 28 will call for your clean- CLARKS. agent's e _: _an.'
The Palmetto Club will meet on ing and pressing. 0. S. Burnett. tf It is said that lhamm
Thursday, Dec. 9 at 2:30 p. m. Mem- Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Treadwell ar-l S. H. Gove is erecting coquina the president- of the ca e s 1
bers are requested to respond to roll rived from Atlanta, Ga., yesterday to posts for iron fencing around the more to assMit rop y -
call with a quotation. spend the winter as usual in Daytona.' lots of Messrs. B. A. and B. L. Arm- hel than allthe real eSta&
strong, on South Ridgewood avenue, wishing to Vispose oof anytig -a
Plank's Chill Tonic for Malaria. Picture Frames to order at Les- to protect them from the depredations where at any price woad do t -w -.
chills, fever, cold and lagrippe 2c esne's Kodak Place. of stray cattle, which persist in corn-, write to Leonard ,Darbgy sre, .
guaranteed All druggsts.ing into the city after nightfall. Dept. 318, Rochester, N. Y... givit -
\ Mrs .W. W. Wilder has given up There is too much danger to plants brief description of the property .ti
Among Thursday's arrivals was Co. ouse-keeping and is located at one and shrubs from these roaming cat-'sale, and asking him to send a 6e
A. Soliday, of Watertown, Wis., one of the hotels on South Palmetto ave- tie to make it a safe practice. copy of his booklet expaiaing hisAm
of Daytona's regular wi ter sojourn- ue, method of selling. 5-1-10
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"I have awful spells of Ne-
ralgia and have doctored-A
great deal without gettg
much benefit. For the last
two years Ihave been takig
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills and
they always relieve me. I
have been so bad with
Neuralgia that I sometimes
thought I would go crazy.
Sometimes it is necessary to
take two of them, but never
more, and they' are sure to M-o
lieve me." MRS. FERRIER.
2434 Lynn St, T Woln Neb.
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J. B. CONRAD. Vice-President
F. N. CONRAD. Cashier ,


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