Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: December 11, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Volume ID: VID00362
Source Institution: University of Florida
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advance manager
London Shows, was
Today making arrange-
te coming of the show to
|ecember 22.
.the show has been en-
.w to rank With any tent-
n on the road. Thous-
have been spent in
eyery department.
who is not in touch with
show can form any idea of
"siNty of it It is a small
, constantly on the move,
'ial kinds of mechanical pro-
RIts running .
e monster show are its own
wsrgeon, barbers, black-
electricians, and others.
Ahe culinary department are em-
d fifteen cooks and thirty-six
matters and pastry cooks .
circus is an object lesson in
-perfect system.
l see in t the unloading of the
d In every, detail of the work.
F ma is held responsible for his
Ow duty.
Howe's Great London Show
here its wel known coterie
flows, as well as the large
Features which are not
|^ be& elvaed, will attract
to the tents of this pop-

show comes Wednesday,

pe People

SPlemase Speak Up?

r|te taxpayers of Volusia

inj in^ kii~re rtb they
in the matter of call-
sction to determine whether
the County shall issue bonds
s purpose of building .hard

mne has shown any great inter-
*se matter and the commission
Mid ike to receive a suggestion

ia- Geo. W. Fisher, of De-
iHf^m Da.toa Tuesday. He
Sthit all members of the board
twvor of calling an election
lniae the question of bonding.
believes the 1-ond issue

he beleves It should be
djtwhat roads are to be
matlan to be used and the
'hen the proposition is
Iad if carried, he believes
:'tbe county should be
eontract and under the
expert engineer.

towe, a DeLand negro.
d before the Crim-
feerd to the charge of
liquor and received a
pa months on the road.
a Seville negro, was
Saturday on same
bound over to await trial
term of the Criminal



mothers' meeting of the
1, was held at the kinder-
m Wednesday afternoon of
OTfe attendance was good
t/Ing thoroughly enjoyed
I present.. Looking to
Sbetterment, it was de-
mothers supply their.
l ifilldual cups and
Also decided that a
Ssupplied the children
U oan ut door picnic to
H ity to give the chil-
I- ;.table manners.
n's resignation as pres-
ed. and Mrs. H. A.
to fill, the unexpired
Mitt regular meeting take
ft Wednesday of next

with springs, $3
I at $2 each; one
$2, at garage, 29

-Why don't you buy a Thermos Bot-
tle for father or brother? You can
use it, see the point? Never had
so many useful and pretty -things to
show in Diamonds, Catchy Jewelry,
Cut Glass, Hand Painted China,
Sterling Silver, &c., If it's new we
have it. Reference, anybody.
L. H. ROWE & CO., The Jewelers.

George Walton has resigned his po-
sition in the -.xnthony Bros. store.

U. J. White was in the city from
Dupont, Tuesday afternoon, on busi-

Mrs. M. J. Holmes has rented her
last flat to J. J. Loftus for the sea-
son .

Hewett Edmondson returned Mon-
day from Dawson, Pa., where he ha
been most recently with N. A. Rist.

D. S. Salisbury, of Providence, R.
1., one of Daytona's regular winter
visitors, arrived Tuesday for the sea-

Dr. P. R. 1~ennett departed Monday
on his return to Urbana, Ohio. He
is expected to come to Daytona again
later in the season.

Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. Green, of Thous-
and Island Park, N. Y., arrived Mon-
day and will spend the winter in
Daytona, or on the peninsula .

The Christmas business is already
making Itself felt at the postoffice
and even with the increased force all
hands are kept on the jump.

Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Steere, arrived
Tuesday afternoon from Cooperstown,
N. Y., and are at their home on
North Beach street for the winter.

C. H. Helme and sister, Miss N.
W.Helme, arrived Monday from Oswe-
go, Ill., and are established in their
winter home on North Beach street.

Oscar Michael drove over to Ber-
esford Sunday and returned with a
launch belonging to F. R. Swift, of
Seabreeze, reaching here early Mon-
day morning.

Mrs. Parker. of Great Barrington,
Mass., has rented one of Dr. P. R.
Bennetts' houses on South Ridge-
wood avenue, through the Bingham
I- Thompson agency.

Bingham & Thompson, through
whose agency the Thomas Martin
place on Magnolia avenue was sold.
to F. M Twining, completed the
transfer of the property on Tuesday.

Messrs. Titus & Young, proprie-
tors of the Crystal Theatre, are in-
stalling a large draught fan, which
will be in running order by Saturday
evening This fan completely chang-
es the air of the room every three
minutes and is an improvement the
patrons of this popular theatre will

C Nash thoroughly enjoys garden-
ing; n his small plot of ground at
his home on Volusia avenue, and grow
ing t:.ipgs readily respond to his
kindly c.re. He has several squares
of Italian rye that is greening soft
as velvet A new species of paw
paw tree from the West Indies, well
sheltered between his cottages, has
shot up to lordly height, fruiting as
it reaches heavenward and still in
the blossom; while the handsome
clump of banana bushes with fruit
ripening on the stem and the scar-
let touch of color given by the bril-
liant poincettas close at hand, is the
admiration of many passersby

From Wednesday's Daily:
Geo. F. Crouch on his return from
DeLand Tuesday was accompanied by
County Commissioners S. B. Owens
and W. D. Bradshaw. and Sheriff E.
L. Smith, Dr. G. W. Fisher, of De-
Land, and Messrs. Pharman and
Langford, representing the Pauly Jail
Co., of St. Louis, were the occupants
of another machine which came
with them. Mr. Owens returned to
his home in Gak Hill and Dr. Fisher
and Mr. Langford returned to De-
Land in the afternoon, while Mr.
Pharman went from here to Atlanta
and Sheriff Smith remained over
niizht returning to DeLand today.

A little daughter was born to Mr.
and Mrs. John Hardman Monday,
at 217 Magnolia avenue.

*GARAGE FOR RENT on the pen-
insula, near the South Bridge. Ad-
dress P. O0. Box 224. d&w-1t

J. W. Shields is entertaining his
brother, John Shields, of McKeesport,
Pa., who will remain here during the
winter .

G. H. Wilkinson, who was in charge
of D. McLaren's car while they were
abroad the past summer, is again in
the city having returned with Mr.
McLaren Wednesday .

Mrs. L.. B. C. Davenport and maid
arrived Tuesday night from Sharon,
Mass.. and proceeded to Mrs .Dav-
enports' winter home at Holly Hill,
v here h r son, Alvin, was awaiting

J. M. Lane and daughter, Mrs.
C. H. Vrcome, of South Norwalk, Ct.,
arrivedd Wednesday night and expect
to remain in Daytona for several
days before leaving for Miami to
spend tue remainder of the season.

Mr .and Mrs. M. 0. Towne, of
Richfield Springs, N. Y., are located
for the winter in one of Mrs. Bond's
cottages on South Palmetto avenue.

George Wray was a New Smyrna
visitor Wednesday afternoon on busi-

Madam Henrietta Meyers, teacher
of voice culture of Boston, Mass., ar-
rived-Wednesday afternoon and is
at The Magnolia.

Mathias Shuman. of New


Herman N.Pollitz, of this city, ar-
rived Tuesday night from Wilkie,Sask
Canada, where he owns a homestead
and has been farming When Mr.
Pollitz left Wilkie the temperature
was nine degrees below zero, with
heavy snow, the trains being blocked

City, has purchased the H. T. Mc- at Winnipeg. He was obliged to leave
Clellan cottage on Mulberry street, the threshing of much of his grain
Kingston, and is occupying it with until spring because the blanket of
his wife snow covered everything.
Mr. Pollitz will be remembered by
Owing to the northerr" prevailing, many of our older residents, as he
Wednesday morning, the first trip of lived here at one time, leaving Day-

the season to the Tomoka river byt
the steamer Cherokee, was postponed'
until next Tuesday .

Mills 'restaurant had in the show
window Wednesday a tempting dis-
play of strawberries, garnished with
sweet pea blossoms from Leon Des-
pland's farm.

Mrs. A. R. Harper, James Kincaid's
sister, who has been visiting within
Mr. and Mrs. Kincaid, returned to'
her home at Gainesville Wednesday.
afternoon .

Thos. B. Stout, who has been in
charge of the Foster Company store
at Daytona Beach, went to New Smyr4
na Wednesday afternoon to be there

Mr. and Mrs. Towne are friends of for a day or two .

Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Eckler and came
south with them.

Mrs. A. C. Leunggren, of Asbury
Park, N. J., a personal friend of
Captain and Mrs. C. A. Young, has
rented Mrs. C. R. Oliver's house on
the river at Daytona Beach and ex-
pects to arrive in Daytona about the
15th of the month.

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen, of Fort
Plain, N. Y., accompanied by Miss
Lillian Redmon. arrived Monday nigh
to spend the winter. Mr. Allen is a
brother of the Misses Allen who own
a winter home on Fairview avenue.

The brick addition to the rear of
the electric light and ice plant has
been completed This ten-foot addi-
tion was made in order to permit of
better arrangements in the ice de-
partment and its office even more
than for the extra room .

The black birds are taking the
town, large handsome fellows with
shining black coats and voices in
good trim. This is a happy feeding
ground for them, and they bunch f6r
hourly meetings on the river parkage
and in the palmetto trees.

Miss Lena Thynne, who has been
with her sister Mrs. M. S. Hunt in
this city, was called to St. Augustine
Tuesday afternoon to care for a cous-
in, Charles Mickler, who had been
severely injured in that city The in-
jured man is also a brother-in-law of
C. H. Pellcier, of this place.

An automobile party of eleven,
made up of home people and tourists,
spent Wednesday at the county seat.
Those enjoying the outing were, Mis-
ses DeVoy. Russell. Thorp, and Mr.
and Mrs. ..ieagley, Dr. and Mrs. Nix-
on, and Mesdames Balcom, Hagey,
Endsley, and Fletcher.

G. F. Beckwith, wife and little son,
have arrived from Frankfort, Ind.
Mr. Beckwith will again assist 0. S.
Burnett in his tailoring business. He
has been with Mr. Burnett for the
past two seasons.

Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Shoemaker,
who have been visiting at Jackson-
ville, DeLand, Glenwood and other
places, returned to Daytona Wednes-
day afternoon. It will be ten days
or more before they go to Cuba.

Mrs. D. McLaren and children ar-
rived Monday afternoon and preceded
to tdelr home at Daytona Beach,
where they were joined Tuesday af-
ternoon by Mr. McLaren, who drove
down in his automobile from Jack-

lona sixteen years ago. Wh ne here
he was a member of the Halifax Ri-
fles and has since seen service in
the war with Spain, being with the
engineer corps in both Cuba and
Porto Rico.
Mr. Pollitz has tired of the long
cold winter of the north and is con-
templating returning to Daytona per-






The Board of County Commission-
ers Monday evening at its regular
monthly meeting held in DeLand, de-
cided to re-open the county road.
which has been traveled for years,
from the Jung place, near Orange
City, to Thrasher's Ferry, thus cutting
seven or eight miles from the dis-
tance from DeLand to Orlando
The following road and bridge re-
ports were submitted at the meeting:
District No. 1.-Repairs to East
Coast Ferry road; pinestrawing Or-
ange City and Enterprise road and
repairs to Osteen and New Smyrna

CHANGE OF SCHEDULE TO I District No. 2.-Pinestrawing De-
TAKE EFFECT JAN. 4, 1910 Land Lake Helen and DeLand -
Commencing January 4th, there will Glenwood roads, and convicts at work
be four passenger trains a day each on DeLand-Orange City road and Do-
way ,oter the Florida East Coast Ry. Land-New Smyrna road. All the bad
reaching Daytona as follows: places oq the road between DeLand
South bound-No. 37, Key West and New Smyrna are being repaired.
Express, leaves Jacksonville 8:30 p. so that it may be traveled by auto-
m., arrives Daytona 12:21 a. m. mobiles, within thirty days. About
No. 35, Over-Sea Limited, leaves twenty- five men are now at work
Jacksonville 2:40 p. m., arrives Day- under the supervision of Comm*g.
tona 6:22 p. m. sioner Fisher.
No. 33, Palm Beach Limitedleaves District No. 3.-Completion of one
Jacksonville 9:00 a .m., arrives Day- and one-half miles of shell road at
tona 12:45 p. m. DeLeon Springs and completion El-
No .29. Miami Express, leaves Jack- dridge-Plerson road. Pinestrawing Do
sonville 9:30 a. m. arrives Daytona LeAon Spring-Spring Garden and W.
1 4: -n m Pierson road.

North Bound-No .30, Miami Ex-
press, leaves Miami 5:30 a .m., ar-
rives Daytona 3:11 p. m.
No. 34, Palm Beach Limited, leaves
Miami 7:30 a. m., arrives Daytona
4:03 p. m.
No. 36, Over-Sea Limited, leaves
Miami 12:50 a. m., arrives Daytona
9:15 a. m.
No .38, Key West Express, leaves
Miami 6:15 p. m., arrives Daytona
4:19 a. m.

Mrs. C H Jones, ..wife of the form-
er publisher of the Jacksonville Times Q PORT ORANDGE
Union, is expected to arrive in Day-
tona next Monday for a visit with her PORT ORANGE Dec. 9-The La-
step-daughter, Mrs. Jerome D.. Ma- dies Aid of the Methodist church will
ley Mrs. Jones will remain until .... ; .. A m, ... ,.., o,
V i'. fA dU llA UDLU l U

after the holidays. She has many
friends here ,whom she met when on
a visit a few years ago.

serve ice cream ana sen usextu ana
fancy articles every Tuesday, from
2:30 until 4:30 in Mrs. Pattillo's
rooms, over Pattillo & Co.'s store.
The ladies of the Episcopal church

Mrs. I. M. Mabbette has tendered will serve their first church tea of
her resignation as a teacher the season Thursday, December 16,
in the public school to take effect from three till five. Mrs. E. M.
December 10. Mrs .George Gunn will Wiese will be hostess All friends
have charge of her department until are cordially invited.
after the holidays, when the ap-i Some of the late arrivals are: Mr.
pointment will be made by Superin- and Mrs. George Shadford, of Na-
tendent A. 0. Botts, for the remaind- poleon, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Frank
er of the school term. Elliott ,of Frankfort, Ind.; Mr. Miller,
of Enon, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
G. H. Holland went down to the in- Bump.
let Monday night on what proved to .Miss Cole and friend, of New York
be a very successful fishing expe- City, came Friday of last week and
edition. He returned Tuesday morn- are visiting Miss Durois and her
ing with eighty-five pounds of floun- mother on the river shore.
der. One or two of the flounders Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Smith, of Ode-
caught weighed nine pounds, which boldt, Iowa, arrived on Thanksgiving
Mr. Holland says is quite unusual in Day .
size. Mr. and Mrs. C. Suppes, of Somo-

Capt. Charles B. Shouse, of Aber- ------
deen, S. D., who has been the guest Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Rist and son,
of Hon .George H. Munroe and fam-: Donald, arrived Wednesday from Daw
ily for several days, departed Wed- gen, Pa., and are located for the win-
nesday afternoon for a visit to other ter in the J. D. Maley house at Day-
points Capt. Shouse, however, will tona Beach. Hewett Edmondson is
return later with his family, and; driving for Mr. Rist, a handsome
spend the season in Daytona i! ew Stevens Duryea car, recently
purchased at the W. H!. Peters agen-
The work on the city island is at cy in this city.
a standstill, not through lack of fund-,
but because at present it is impossi- TOLD UNCLE SAM TO KEEP
ble to secure a dredge. As socen asi C A
the Klondyke is in commission again,
work will be resumed, as Mr. Mills 'Squire Henry T. Titus, justice of
is'anxious to complete the fill of at the peace, was to preside over a
least that portion south of the basin case Wednesday, when the govern-
at once ment was to take testimony in the
matter of contesting a homestead.
*FURNISHED CO T T A G E When Judge Titus found that Uncle
five rooms-on Magnolia avenue, for Samuel allowed but six cents for
rent. w-3t GEO. WALTON. each witness sworn, he told Uncle
to take his case and get elsewhere.
The testimony was then taken before
From Wednesdays Daily: Judge Wilson, at Seabreeze
Hon. George H. Munroe received a,Judge ilson, at eabreee
double appointment as a delegate to
the Rivers and Harbors Congress be- BAGGED A DEER.
ing held in Washington today, onel Messrs. E. Kreitzberg, of Port Jef-
coming from the governor of Illinois ferson, L. I.. and Winm. Rensberg, of
and the other from Senator D. L. Ardsley, N. Y., who are spending the
Fletcher, of this State. Business in- winter in Daytona, returned Sunday
terests here however, prevented Mr. evening from a hunting expedition
M31unroe from attending the conven- and brought with them a large buck.
tion. which they killed west of Daytona.

District No. 4.-No report .
District No: 5.-General repairs.
In view of the new State law re-
quiring the separation of the white
and -colored, and male and female
prisoners, it was decided to place
four additional cells on the third floor
of the new jaiL Pressed brick will
be used for the outside finish of the
sheriff's evidence, so it was decided.
The changes will increase the cost of
the building $3,800 .

*Despland's Farm, Magnolia avenue,
one block west of the waterworks,
Specialties are strawberries, rheu-
barb, celery and poultry. w-tf

The County School Board, at their
session held in DeLand Monday eve-
ning purchased four sets of relief
maps for the four principal schools
in the county, Daytona, DeLand. Sea-
breeze and New Smyrna. These maps
are in relief, showing all the political
divisions, mountain ranges, rivers,
valleys, etc. They are the finest
maps published and will be of incal-
culable benefit to the schools in
which they are placed .
The maps will probably be placed
i!% other schools in the county when
the funds will warrant it.



nant, Ill., arrived last week, and will ENTHUSIASTIC INITIAL MEETIN3
at once build a winter home on their
lot on Dunlawton avenue.LD AT TE CITY ALL W
Our young men gave another very NESDAY EVENING. -
pleasant dance in Ridgei ocd Hall, o-i
Friday night, Dec. 1:rd. An enthusiastic meeting was held
-! :h-- City Hall Wednesday evening,
HALIFAX COUNCIL No. 1, \when the permanent organization of
HOLDS ELECTION F OFFICERS. a volunteer-fire department was ef-
Halifax Council No. 1, Royal and, f
Select Masters, elected the following! Galen B. Seaman, editor of the
officers at the regular meeting held Journal, was elected president of the
at Masonic Hall Tuesday night : ;organization, while Conrad Stuben-
James Carnell, Thrice Illustrious.bord, the veteran fireman of Coney
Master; Jacob Espedahl, Deputy I Island, but now maintaining a winter
lustrious Master; John W .Williams, home in Daytona, was elected vice
Principal Conductor of Work; Geo. president. A. .McF. Porter occupies
H. Clark, Treasurer; A .H. Carter, the offices of secretary and treasur-
Recorder; Joseph Osborne, Captain er. Henry T. Titus was elected chief
ot the Guard; James M. Osborn. of the department, with C. H. Messing
Conductor of the Council; Charles, assistant chief.
Kost. Steward; H. C. Quattlebaum, All the officers were declared a
Sentinel committee to draft by-laws and rules,
Installation of offict-rs will take which will be presented at the next
place the fir.t Tu-sday it January. meeting to be held at the call of the
Messrs .11. T. Titus, J. D. Maley. T.' At th-. ensuing meet'irn the officer.
0. Melton, and B. P. Smith were- cf the various hose and ladder corn
out d~etr hunting west of Daytona, panics will be elected and other mat
Tuesday, but returned without any ters attended to There ar'- now 5Z
venison. A couple of deer were es- members of the department ai.d
pied but they moved too swift for the number of others have- siz.ifi'd the;.
huntsmen intention of be~ oming enrolled.


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Norman S. Dayton,

S Legal Notices 0

First pub. Oct. 2; last pub. Dec. 11.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice Is hereby given that the under-
signed have bten appo nted by the Oounty
Judge of Volusla County -F-orida, execu-
tors of the estate of Edward White. late
deceased, of said county, and have duly
t uallfled as such executor-.
All creditors, legatees, distributes, and
all persons having claims or d.-mandi
4gainAt said estate, are h. reby notified to
present the same. duly authenticated, to
the undersigned within the time prescribed
by law. or the same will be forever barred.
221 Park avnue, Plaintfeld, New Jers--y.
October ;3, 109.

(First pub. Oct. -3; last pub l'e-. S1%
Executor's Notice.
In County Judge's -'ourt,o
Volusia County, Florlda. i
In the matter of the- estate of it-llan A.
Kitchell, deceased.
Notioe Is herehb giv,n to all creditors,
legatees, and all persons having any mands against the estate of i.lita A. Kltch-
'll, deceased, to press nt the tsite to th,-
qndersigned within the time pre-crilxd Iy
law, or the same will lh barred.
JAMES ('AASe....

(First pub. Nov 6: aInst pub. leh-c. 25i
Notice to Creditors and Others.
I n (aunty Jndg4's court .
Volusia Couintv. Florid..
Notice Is lnvr,.ev _iv'in to ail t-r,.dtors,
le.gntees. distr(!,niut,-. nt ;all u rI soi.O li rtv-
111l; c|la lIis or ;+ tiii t th ite e .itt., of
P.erth.l MvFvthdehn. ..-.-i,-,. hit.- of tht"
County of' Vo usi. St..- of Florida, that
tllt-y ire.(, ianI t-nlt ,,o th ito i-,. tll, ti ul|i>
to present th,-ir -;i- thit und, within two eir-. f ho1 1wd:tte;: otl.rwi.,, they
will lw etrrd. IL. T. M%,FAi.I.EN.
Administrator of tit. E- stute of Bertha
Novet-til r 0, i.a:i!.

Executor's Notice.
In County Judge's Court.
Volusin County, F^-rida.
In the nuatter of the Estate of
Walter V;an Iorn. I -ceased.
Notice Is hereby given to all creditors,
legatees, distrihutees land all persons having
claims or demands against the estate of
Walter Van Dorn, de-ceased, late of the
S'ounty of Volushi, State of Florida, that
they are and each of the-m Is, called upon
to present their claims to the undersigned
within two years front dat?; otherwise they
Will be barred.
HENRY VAN I)ORN, Executor.
This Nov. 9', lim. Sw

(First pulb. Nov. 17; last pub. Ik-c. -5-5t i


TOTICE is here-bt give-n that the under-
i signed will apply to His Excellenctv
Alt-wrt W. Gllchrist. Governor of the State
of Florida, at Talihisse,'e, Florida, on the
;;ith day of T-ce-mti r, A. P., Ili1, for La-tters
Patent. incorpor-itini th.i- (Clare-ndon Hotel
t'onilmpnvy. und. r Itll.- ollowlitt proposed
charter. E. L. POTTER
.1. B..HCNRAI)
R. M. P. %- "!I
Proposed Charter of the
The undersign--d hereby associat- then-m-
selves together for the purpose or 1i coining
Incorporated under th- laws of the State of
Florida for the tran.saction of buslne-ss
under the following charter:
The name of this company shall is- the
Clarendon Hte-l lonmpaty. Its principal
office shall b- in lIa3tona Beach, Volusla
County, State of l'orlda, and its business
shall be conducted there and elsewh-re In
said State, and othnr States that may lie
found neew&ssary or convenient.
AhTh'I.E II.
The general nature or the- business to be
transsat- ld ,y said company shall be to
rent, lease. furnish, manage, control, use,
sub-let, operate and run the Clarendon
Hotel In Daytona Beach, Florida, and the
cafe. buffet, billiard and pool room, barber
shop, news stand and other business con-
n, eted th-trewith, and ge-n'rally to conduct
a hotel business; to lease. acquire, purchase,
own, operate, sublet, run, manage and con-
trol hotels or a hotel in Florida or else-
where, and to engiag- in. numanage and con-
duct a hotel business. To operate and
maintain an electric light, heating, power.
water, ice and cold storage plant In and
near Daytona Bfeach, Florida. for the pur-
poset of manufacturing, producing, trans-
mitting, selling and distributing electricity
to consumers ior lighting, heating, power
and other purposes; and to buy. sell and
deal in all kinds of electric supplies and
fixtures; to furnish cold storage for the
preservation of fruit, vegetables, meats and
ot her products; to conduct a water system
: n to sell water to consumers and others;
to manufacture, buy, sell. use and deal in
Ice, either wholesale or retail, and to do a
general tce and co.d storage business; to
acquire and hold franchises conet'i..-t or
necessary to th, piron;-r t-oidut-lin of o ,.
of the objects alove .*et art hI; to engage in
and conduct a c'ign.r usin uss. !o tbuy and
sell, at retail or whole-sal--. *-ig;rs. cigarettes,
toharcco and slnoker.'tanni cltewers'suppli.-s:
to engage in and o>tldut-t ;a n-ws .iimd .sta-
tionery business, to !amuv und se-ll lb9oks,
stationery, pealriodi ;;;.. neWp'iprrs. n aglik-
zln i laid statione.%'y u;>l;:: 4, -.; io en1mg.i- i1
and -onduct the- buslnes-. o1 otoerating bil-
liard roomns andt l pn rtia:ns, purchatslng.
rentinit or writing ii ri:id tahbl,-, ipo)ol
tables and su-pplie- lor i.hat purpose; to en-
gage in or coinult' th.- I,uLi-n,..u ,ofo, r.tlin.g
I barber shop, awill to ,;-:iire. rent, l--.ise' or
purchase equipnienilt and supplis for that
purposes; to -ge i or ti(on|duct a r'-staiu-
rant or cafe business. in -onmt-ctio.i with the
hotelorotherwis.-;.-nl for them-e p)urp os-s
to purchase, acquire,- rent, lease- or provide
buildings, lands, offices, rooms. stores.
apartitients and plar.s of busiue.,s, and to
let tend sublet, re'nt antii iake all contracts
in reference to the- sitine, iand for th-.ae pur-
poises to niake and ex- cute not,-s, htInds,
trust deeds. mortgages, contracts, securities
upon any or all of Its pro!.rties and rights
and holdings; to ac'uir flatnds, lease, Eold
interests, ereet, eoiAtruct. chiange-, repair,
Improve, equip, furnish, rent, h t and sublet
buildings, stores. apartments. rooms and
niaces of business as It nmay find di-sirable;
to obtain licenses, franchisesand privileges;
to engage In the occupations above-lum-n-
tioned and occupations related thereto andi
trausact the business abiove-uaentioned and
business related ther-to in Dahytona Bteach.
State of Florida, anid elsewhere, as its
directors may determine from time to time;
for each and all purposes aforesaid to sub-
scribe for, purchase, invest in, hold. own.
assign, pledge or otherwise dispose of the
shares of capital stock, bonds, mortgages,
debentures. notes and oth-r securities. obli-
gations, contracts and oilier evidt-nces of
indebtedness of corporations under the laws
of the State of Florida, or any other State.
or elsewhere; to ex.erciie in respect of any
such shares of stock. bonds ati othl-r obli-
gations or securlti-s of anyit corporation, any
and all rights, powers aintd privilegr-s of in-
dividual ownership, including the right to
vote. to Issue bonds and other obligations.
and to secure the saiu- lby pledging or mort-
gaging the whole or any part of the property
of the company, and to sell or ph-ledge or
otherwise dispose of such bonds and oth.r
obligations or stock for corporate purposes:
and to do any and all acts and things t nId-
lng to Increase the value of the property at

business and to have olees and ageneles.
and to employ offieers and agents at such
places In this State and other states and in
foreign countries as may be useful, neces-
sary or requisite to tho carrying on of said
business, or any o fthem, and promoting
the objects of said corporation, and to be
determined by its board of directors; to
have and enjoy all the, rights, powers and
privileges incident to corporations for
pofit organized under and by virtue of the
awe of the StatU of Florida, and generally
to exercise such powers as may be incident
or convenient to Its purposes or business to
carry on such operations or ente-rprises, and
to do all such things in connection there-
with as may be lawful.
The amount of th-e capital stock author-
Ized shall be Four Hundred Thousand 4t110,-
1lUn Dollars, div:d-d Into four thousand
,4.0S)> ahsires of the par valun- of One Hun-
dred *$100 dot lars each. The capital stock
or any subscription ti.ereto may he payable
-Ither whotli or in port in cash, or may be
issued either wholly or In part for the par-
chase of property. leas-s. contracts, labor or
services, at a just va.u,tion ther-of to be
ux- d by the Bord o.' Directors aT a n. eating
to be called for that uurpos.-.
The t'-rm for which this corporation Is to
exist shall be ninety-nine years.
The business of said corporation shall be
inanag d by a Pros'd nt. I- first Vic--Prest-
d--nt. i.econd Vie -Pr s:d-nt, *,4creti;ry and
;.dd Treasu:er.,who inmy be the same per-
.son.and a Bo:,rd o DWr actors. consisting of
five stockhold;-rs. The annual nm-eting for
th- ech-tion of Dlr-etori hy th- stock holders
of th- oniutinv shall b- head on the last
Monday of April ot -,ch ye: r. Th- d-te of
th- atnnuni ii-neti-n- t,n;y .v ci- hanged b)y the
lh>-:aws. Ti: Dir tors sh ill eiact all oth,'r
oftfr;-rs at at nt-eting to I6. h ld us soon as
pr!iet';iiile ;>tt-r It-'- aidjournat, nt of the
.se:inial it-etingt oi the- stock hold-rs. The
Thirsil iv of J n i'ir',:. mio. in l)Aytona
,tt-li. F;toritli. for tlie purpose of ble-cting
I ire-rtors :rnid -lo.t do ; l>-'-iaws ; rld the-
tr)im.-,'ttlot ot su-h >Ot h-r lluiis!eisi us ninay
ht- undi-rta;k-n. U'.titi th,- 4,t4ier< ,'eleteftd at
the r.i el-ction -sli .; e *jutllt-'d- tli-t- -ihu.i-
n-. -. of the ('<>lll palil. l hy : i <. 'O:ltll't'-e l h),v
th lit i loweit ,i n.-u l-I v O' '.-r -:
F. 1.. l'.,a r. i'- --' -iit
.1 !. B.. e-" J.1 -. 'ir Vit--'r -il-i. t
-:. I",- ;'l-"-. -- .-:'.-':n--
'. N. ir* i T!- .*" r
.I ,. o,tr.-r. 1. '-. o r 1. .-- M Hond. E. F .
(Oat sa'i! F. N. 4 *' ir d. lire.tcer-.
.\iTi "i.:: VI.
l;- bilneh-.t na o'enit o, imelIteilness or
i;l>:;t to whithli tihrt-i: oratioal nuin at
,nl1y tlie t|ii)j"-' it-'-l -hlll lI- Four Hun-
dr-d Thontisill eti .IIo dollars, .exlu-ding
:,ny li ability or ll:hliiitivs on ainy h'asr or
I-;:ass for rent or otherwise.'
Th- names andI r.-sid-nces of th.- sultserlh-
in_ incorporators of the said corporation.
totg-th r with th.- nuati r of shares of the
capital stock -suhlcrill-d by each, are as
fol ows:
E. L. Potter. IDaytona B--ach, Fla, fifty
J. BH. 'onr-d. Ielaind. Fin.. one share.
R. M. Hond, Delatld, Fla., one shar-.
E. F. it-,s. Daytonra, Fla.. one share.
F. N. Conrad, Daytona, Fla., one share.

tltat- of Pe-nnsylv.ilna i
County of Phlh.d'-iphia '
Before me. an oc*-.r authorized to ad-
minlister oaths and take acknowhldge-
ments, personally appear; d E. L. Potter.
to nin well known and known to xbe to ime
oneof th,' individuals in and who sul-
scrib'l their naunm s to the foregoing char-
ter and acknowledges that ht executed the
sanme for the purposes therein express..d.
Witness my hand and official seal at Phil-
ndelplln, P,-nn., this 10th day of Novemilber,
(.4"li > Notary Public.
My commission expires January 245. 191:.
Mtnate of Florida t
County (ot Volusla i
Reforoe ni. a Notary Pulblic In and for the
the tuate of FPiorid:,. p -r.on!lly appeared
J. B. conrad and R. M. Bond. e:.ch to me-
well known and known to nie to te two of
th- individunlsd -scrlh d In aind who sub-
scribed their names to the foregoing pro-
posed charter,. and .*v-rally acknowl'dge
that they executed th satie for the pur-
posas therein expressed.
Wittn-'ss my hand :nd otflc-nl s,-al at ID-
Land, Florida, this !8th d.:v oi November,
A. I. Ml1. E. S. VAN CLEa'.
seahl Notary Public. State of Florida.
My commission expires JaDnuary 14. 1911.
State of Florida
County of Volusia ss
1Bt'ore me, a Notary Pub>ic In and for the
State of Florida. personally appeared F. N.
Conrad and E. F. -'tes, each to me well
known and known to me to be two of the
individuals descrilbd in and who sub-
scrib.-d their names -to the foregoing pro-
posed charter, and severally acknowledge
that th-y ex-cuted th" same for the pur-
poses therein expressed.
Witness my hand and official seal at Day-
to Florida, this 12th day of November,
A. 9. 1")9. T. it. FITrZoERALD,
(Fe-aln Notary Public, Stat.- of Florida.
My commission expires May 13, 1913.

First pub. Nov. 27-5t
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Board of County Commissioners of
Volusia County, Florida, will at their
meeting on the 3rd. day of January,
1910, at 7:30 o'clock, p. m., enter-
tain sealed bids for the hire of all
County Convicts whose sentence is 5
months or over )excepting therefrom,
however, all female convicts; also
all male convicts sick and diseased
to such an extent as not to be able
to perform manuel labor; also all
convicts under the age of 16 years(
Said Lessee to keep and work said
convicts under hte State rules and
regulations. G. W. FISHER,
Chm. Bd. Co. Com.
Attest: S. D. JORDAN, Clerk.

NOTICE is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing be-
tween H. T. McClellan and W. S.
Edwards, as McClellan & Edwards,
is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. Mr. McClellan will collect
all debts due the firm and pay all
obligations .
Daytona, Fla., Dec. I, 1909.

(First pub. Dec. 4; last pub. Jan. 22.)
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-
inu, any demands against the estate
of Joseph H. Potter, deceased, to pre-
sent the same to the undersigned
wihnllir *thp tivtA nr/oQ,/ilit/-t hv Intv.

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DeLAND, Dec. 6-Up to the pres-
ent time Judge McCrory has issued
about 600 licenses to do business In
Volusia county for the current year.,
During the full twelve months last
year 704 licenses were issued So-
licitor Fish gave notice about two
months ago, that he would file infor-
mation against all persons who re-
fused to comply with the law. This
notice has increased the number of
licenses fully 100 per cent over this
time last year.. Each year in the
past a number of transient business
people in the various towns of the
county, Daytona especially, have fail-
ed to pay occupation licenses, but
this year criminal proceedings will
be brought against all delinquents.
Jospeh Walton, the negro who was
convicted in the criminal court at the
December term, 1908, of manslaugh-
ter. and sentenced to twelve years
in the penitentiary, is publishing a
notice of his intention to apply for a
pardo.i this month. Walton previous-
iv a.piitd for a pardon, but the
boardd of Cou.ity Comumiosioaers pre-
sented a resolution to the pardouinz4
board asking that the request be de-
nied, and it was.
Charlie Rowe and Lulu Hammock,
the tuo negroes who got into a row in
-t house opposite the jail, about three
weeks ago, as the result of which
Rowe beat up the woman and the wo-
man shot the man, were arrested
last week on tue charge of illegally
selling liquor, and were placed under
bond to appear at the next session
of the Criminal Court.
Mittie Collette. arrested oa the
charge of aggravated assault, plead
guilty at the plea term of the Crimin-
al Court last week and was fined $25.
and Johnson.the man in the case, was
fined $5.00 for carrying a pistol with-
out a license.






According to an item in the New
Smyrna Breeze of Saturday material
is now arriving for the construction
of a telephone line between New
Smyrna and Port Orange. The com-
pletion of this line will give telephone
connection between New Smyrna
and Daytona, and not only other
towns in Voiusia county, but long
distance connections as well.
Most of the towns and hamlets of
Volusia county are now connected by
telephone, and the completion of the
line between New Smyrna and Day-
tona will make the lines of Volusia
county complete.
The new line will be built by New
Smyrna parties, but connection at
Port Orange will be made with the
lines of the East Florida Telephone


The "Sweetheart,"


Burgoyne's beautiful yacht, made her
regular trip down the river Sunday
morning at 10 o'clock. The program
was varied by a stop at "La Terre
de Jeu," an elegant pavilion just
erected by Mr. Burgoyne on the
west bank of the Halifax river, where
the usual tempting lunch prepared by
the genial host was spread.
The pavilion sits on a knoll which
had been cleared of underbrush and
nicely arranged, with a commodious
dock, cement walk to the pa billion
and other evidences of the good taste
of its owner The spread was all that
could be desired and the day, which
was a beautiful one, was thoroughly
enjoyed by the following gentlemen
who composed the party: G. B. Sea-
man, J. D. C. Morris, W. A. Gove,
S. H. Gove, W. M. Shaffner, W. H.
Peters, F. N. Conrad, F. .1. Niver.
Geo. H. Foote, Geo. F. Smith, Geo.
F. Crouch, L. G. Lyman, .H. Clark.
A. McF. Porter, J. L. Wallace, Geo.
W. Blymyer, J. W. Williams and C.
G. Burgoyne .

E. Wilson was a business visitor at
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Look at the clock,
IT is the hour o f Eleven;
Think of those on Earth
.And those in Heaven-
Our wives, sisters,
Sweethearts and mothers, I
And think in silence
Of "Our Absent Brothers."

In perpetuity of the above senti-
ment Daytona Lodge No. 1141, Ben-
evolent and Protective Order of Elks
at the Crystal Theater Sunday ev-
ening held memorial services.
"Because of the fact that death
has, thanks to the Grand Exalted Rul-
er of the Universe, not invadedthe
ranks of Daytona Lodge, the ritual-
istic memorial services are omitted."
e,-e the opening \ords of Hon. Chas.
Dougherty, the speaker of the occa-
s.on. Mr. Dougherty dwelt on the
-.irtues, patriotism and benevolence of
- il Elks who have crossed thp, un-
ciuarted sea of Death, and those who
still live. He likewise paid tribute
to the grand principles of the order,
and told in glowing language of the
high pedestal upon which Elkdom
places woman. 'd. He closed his ad-
dress by telling of the charity and
good deeds of the Elks fraternity.
Mrs. C. C. Bohannon rendered a
vocal solo before the address, and Mrs
W. C. Chowning sang at the close
of it.
About 250 persons, including Elks
and visitors, were present.

Robert Smith, of Albany, N. Y.,
a guest of The Austin, is busily en-
gaged at McDonald's Boat Yard pre-
paring his houseboat Dakota and
launches for commission. Mr. Smith's
family will join him here about the
middle of January.







Orlando, Dec. 4-We have automo-
bile races and endurance races, but
it remained for an Orlando gentleman
to dig back into the gray matter of a
active brain to originate something
"automobile" on a new scale.
Unique in its conception and detail
is the proposed automobile party be-
ing gotten up by the undersigned comn
mittee. Think of twenty-five or thir-
ty private automobiles, out of the









Rates: $2.50 Per Day and Up. Special by the ml .
An attractive bouse with large, airy rooms, hot and cold water through &
bouse., sulphur or salt water bath, electric lights, furnace heat,
Some of the pleasant features of "The Pines" are it? wide verm adi t
its Roof Garden, affording a fine view of the country, river and ocean.
"The Pines" is situated on South Ridgewood, the highest avenue in Day-
tona. Rooms single or en suite, with or without private bath.


S338 Soutl






MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.

h Ridgewood Aveamov,




Centrally located oa Voeasla Avenue, the main avenue from the depot to
the water front on the Halifax River. Three minutes walk to stores, post-
office, churches, etc The Howard is strictly a first-class house in every
respect at moderate prices- THE TABLE A SPECIALTY. Northern
cooking, the cuisine exceptionally good, the best the market affords. Under
the direct supervision of the proprietor. The house has every modern con-
venience and improvement. Has large veranda and pagoda 'and is sr-
rounded by lawns and shade trees. Is dry and w@ll ventilated.
For terms apply to the proprietor.



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A Homelike House with all modem conveniences. Board with or without
rooms. $1 5o per day. Special by the week
North Beoch st.. Daytona. E. I. BLACKWOOD Prpri,


Ridgewood Avenue. Large Rooms. Furnace Heat. Electric
Lights. Rates $2.00 Per Day.

4 MRS. c.O RSTE HINKS, Proprietress.


Beef, Pork, Mutton and Poultry
t. N3 NosNrth BeachSt.

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many in this city, starting out for a OUMUUM..
three day's run through the State, eac
car having displayed upon it in spark- I
ling letters, "Orlando." R
But this is not intended to be a rac- 0
a r All the best varieties of winter blooming, grafted Roees adapted t o
ing contest, just a family jaunt, on 0 Florida: also other ornamental plants. tree and shrubbery. All
pleasure bent. and to tell the whole guaranteed. Grounds prepared anp plants cared for
State that Orlando is alive. s J. B. HINSKY, "The Pines,"
J. B. HY1 "TheATOWA. Wr.h
Considerable interest in the proposed M 0 DATO AL
Orlando to Jacksonville and return
auto tour is deing displayed by thel
numerous auto owners of the city. 066606sg
A committee has the matter in W EN YOU ARE
charge, and is perfecting details forWHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING
the trip which will take place on getting a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Roof. a Hot Air Furnace%
either the 14th. 15th, 16th or the i
2Sth 29th and 30th of December. or any of the other metal necessities required to complete am
Owners of eleven automobiles have idwe11 mbe
already entered their cars for the ng reme r that
trip and fully as many more have an:
nounced their intention of going with!
the party unless unavoidably pre- S i
vented. ATTOA. .
This is not a reliability, endurance;
or speed contest, but simply a trip are best prepared to give prompt and reliable service at fair prices.
taken by the participants for pleas- G.-neral repair shop on Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory. r
ure and enjoyment, and incidentally "
to advertise Orlando. ; ; Phone 58. Out of town work solid
The route mapped out will be via ;
Sanford, DeLand, Daytona, Ormond,
St. Augustine and Jacksonville, re-
turning through the same cities., ,;.."

A recent letter toMrs. A. Staples Bond Lumber Company,
conveyed the news of the appoint- :
ment of her eldest son, Rev. George-
B. Cutten, of Columbus, Ohio, to the U D#E
presidency of Arcadia College of PINE AND CYPRESS L U M B E R
Wolfville, Nova Scotia. where ae re- ,
ceived his degree of B. A. MI. Cut- a Lath., Shi les, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime
ten. a brother of L. iH. Cutten, of d n O office, and Yards: East CO**
this city. made a brief visit here last t Ralwav and Orange Avenue
wint-r. He is also a noted lecturer % IILLA-Band %MIl. AtlanticCoast Line Ry..loumTlessouth of JacksoVtiHle.



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B. J. Paceti hma a I
3%- neeIsary repair oi

7'*- of fifty feet will al

SDAYTONA BEACH Dec. --Mon Leon Vann, who wa
e1al attentilOn Ve day afternoon of last week, Dr. N. M ly for a couple of da3
agr W. Tracy addressed the mothers and Miss Alberta Lonrcey is assisting turned to Jacksovill
mng each and every wives of Seabreeze and Daytona at the W. H. Gardiner Art Shop. left his son,. Walter,
B. each at the M. E. Church, Sea- boat, the "Reomar."
tmer and tfisfactfin / breeze avenue. Rev. Grant Stewart -For Rent--Cottage or Rooms for brought down f:om
[ ..... .... -ia1vu ". i, \ also spoke, and both addresses were light housekeeping. Address Box 306, Vann continued on t
anlteed. listened to with much interest. At Daytona Beach. 3t bring south the Cynt
Sf the close of the talks a branch of Charles Hathaway is assisting E. he will be in char
egaOagDgaggg g 'I" of the W. C. T. U. was organized F. Russell in his meat market re- while Walter joined
with twelve members. cently established on North Beach Saturday night.
William Ronald returned last week street.
ij O Fl F S from down the river where he had *
Seen helping his brother into his new Pank's Chill Tonicor Malaria
r-..TH Ip *D F ,store, and expects to be home with chills, fever, cold-nd lagrippe. 25e I 1'1
THE TREES I L j his parents for the winter, guaranteed All druggists. 2 ly T e Bt
Mrs. E. P. Stengle, of Brooklyn,
N. Y., has leased the Uyama House The ferry boat, Yankee Doodle.
ly anl the frt *-that ComeS on Seabreeze avenue and will open which was overhauled at McDonald's
market is p d while green t for the accommodation of the public boat yard last week, was put into
owed to r n OS AC Wv $1lbl I V |I The New Seaside Inn has opened service again Saturday.
toon' the. y VARETUS&STY ESMMTAOLA8S its dining room, which has been.
f ne has the enlarged and newly decorated. Quite -J. H. Gitten & Co., dealers in fish
S flavor tat which ripened in nature's maner a number of guests are in the and oysters. Mackerel a specialty.
L..\tTL rason house, and everything points to a Phone-
w -- fine season for this popular house.
The new addition is not yet complet- Dr. T. A. Davis has returned from
OYAL ARANed but E E. Johnson, contractor, is Chicago, where she has been for the
Rushing the work to an early cor- pat two months, and expects to spen
y sm flavor d healt nes to any of thepletion the winter at Daytona Beach.
-_, o .t. S__ several launches have changed .
l rUtS mat come rinO nearby Orc r durmg the CW owners recently. C. A. Kenny has;-For Sale or Rent-Six-room cottage
f the fruit disposed of his launch to Mr. Tup- Ridgewood; electric lights, hot and
tr ...... ... whois... u, cold water, fire place, well furnished.
L SC RLET FRUITS art per, of Springfield, Mass, who 1 Lot 4S x 100 feet R. J. Malby. 6
A SCARLET FRUT f are gathered and put up at here for the season, occupying the L STheBuckeveW
-.ThStiliman The Bfckeve vW
v r ds the very day are pe and the flavor that Stilman cottage on Seabreeze ave- sure ofueVw."o 1 a-
a, hnue with his family. Dr. Springer iss Ludlam, of Trenton, N. cistern for domestic
re aloe can give i preserve has purchased Julius Young's boat, J., arrived Saturday night and will be would flow bv its o0
and Billie Baggett has traded off the the guest of her friends, Captain and Facts hr-a.rding
and Billhe Baggett has traded off the r A.Io,1 hey ate ma
tan for eintheCa edGooBillie-Wax to r. Beach, who has rs. C. A. Young, ofDaytona Beach, is of the highest gra
had it put in thorough repair until the opening of the Ridgewood, nection by which th
SSAL BY J. S. Griffin and son, L. Griffin, where she will sped the winter. cushioned to prevent
L fing boxes, which ca
and daughter, Miss Belle. of Sac City, 6 Strainers are pr
SL I iTI N., Iowa, who are regular winter resi- **FOR SALE CHEAP-hand priut- valve cau be reIno'
dents, are this season located in the ing press with lots of type. One one pipe, simple by ren,
Carter cottage on the river front. and one two-light gasoline lamps fiction it If. nd i
I RIDA EAST P AST RAI II V J. F. Williamson has sold out his with mantels; one h. p. Ericsor i ns.d o et et-u
n...lUr Lfrt I C OA T R lAl lLW AYf I stock of goods and rented his house. hot air pumping engine, almost new. contact metal- t
T_ oe. 1 with the exception of the barber Eaquire of Dr. J. P. Esch, Peninsula lalattention is A TIME CARD No. 79. Corrected to Sept. 1, 1909 shop, to Lewis White, recently of Drive, Daytona Beach-phone 18. 2t the outside of Lift.
repair. Ii Th p
I 29 MAINLINE No. 78 No. 82 -- Jacksonville. Mr. White will conduct other Lift on the mn
|DAILY DAILY DAILY I a bakery business at the stand. Mrs. Stella Wilson who is spending a ports. which pr,-ven
0 N am m -..v.Jackson ille..Ar 730 pm 8 30am Mrs. Sturgis and maid and Mrs.Whiu- the winter here with her uncle. S.
6M ..Et:."a 6 V pm 60 am field and maid, of Dresden, Germany, W. O'Brien, and family, on West Sold
IIt=-....-Ormeod ..... .V 8a6pm 428am I
46 i ....Daytona ... 3 14 p 4 15am Pullman Buffet Parlor cars and W. N. Coleman, of Chicago, Orange avenue, has accepted a posi- *
S0 v. .Ne Smyrna...v 240pm 840am operated on trains 29 and 78 b* arrived Sunday of last week and tion in the A. S. Allan dry goods ***********
1 1 vm = m....Tltusve._.. .v 1 25 pm 2 27 am tween Jacksonville and Miami spent a day at the Seaside Inn before store.
4 19- I Lv...... Cocoa..... 1v2 44 pm 1 48 am spent a day at the Seaside Inn before store. -
S -el..i l _.v:: 12 1 pm 14 1am i pullman Buffet Sleeper b going to -Mrs. Whinfield's place at
5 Of a i..V...Melbourne... v 12 02 pm 1 08 am tween New York and Knlgh t Seabreeze. -Dr. Houghton, Dentist, west end
.. ..l Pre.. vV. 10 2 asm 112 pm Key ove r t heAtlantic o Line Rev. C. C. Gillett has made some South Bridge, Peck Block, phone 32. D o
0 .. ..L.... Mimi..... .. ..m 600 pm on trains sM and 82. very neat kindergarten seats for the
........L...... m...... Ar ...........6 O3pmHr
S .......Lv... omestead:..Lv.......... 4 10 pm primary class of the Methodist Sun- Miss Helen Foote returned Satur-
.irnights ey..Lv..........16 o am day School. The little folks are de- day from St .Augustine, accompanied s Or YOUi
.-........ Ar.... Key west...Lv .......... so am lighted, and Mrs. Julia Stewart, the by her sister, Mrs. R. M. Bond, and .
..........Ar..... Havana...Lv.......... 00 m donor, has the sincere thanks of the "Baby" Bond, who will make an ex- a
l iaassaand Thurdays,arrivals at Key West. school tended visit with Mrs. Bond's par-
Thburda ysand Saturdays. departures from Key West. "scool. t a We are going to sell ev
We neluays andFridays. arrivals and departures at Havana. Mr. and Mrs. McNutt have leased ents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Foote, at chase and contract to
PALA the Baily cottage on the river front their handsome home, corner of c e Dn d
PALATKA BRANCH for the season. Ridgewood and Volusia avenues, 'Pure Disfied Wl
EAST PALATKA TO Arrive Leave PALATKA TO EAST Arriveast Jas. K. Banks arrived last week I gal.
S PALAT A Paltka Palatka PALATKA -ala. tkQuality-A-$1.90
PALATKA t aa ALATKA a from Sheldon, N: D. and joined his -Phone 28 will call for your clean- Quality---- 2.10
..... 100 ly 35 am 5 40 amo. lv.........i 00 am family at their home on the Halifax. ing and pressing. 0. S. Burnett. tf Quality-C- 2.45
BN....... 106 .y.... 30 am 801) am......No S Dal ......... 8 20 am Wm. B. Reed and wife, of Hast- Pr
.No. al... 12 2 pm 2 pm : o Daily 3 ings, Minn. are at their home on the L. J. Forlaw, of the firm of Tay- Pure Rye
S" p p........ l..i..... 5 pm ver front for the winter. Mr. Reed lor & Forlaw electricians, returned uality- 5
--..YO. ii )ll 6. .....,Quality-B---$2.165
)y 55 pm 0u pm No 113 rally 7 20 m brought an entire new outfit for his Saturday afternoon from Titusville, Qua-_-5;'
SAN MATEO BRANCH new launch and expects to have it where he had been during the week Quality--C- 2.95
B Ead BAST PALATKA TO *^ il. in commission soon on business. Messrs. Taylor & For- Quality-- 29
STALTA ATO Arrive San. LeaveSan SAN MATEO TO EAST ArrlveEast law have rented a part of the V. C. White or
a l 8SAN MATEO Mateo MaIeo P PALATKA Palatka .. iot
Meo,=a. P, '.P a' a Saturday, Candy 29c per lb. at Grant store room on North Beach ".
.o--.NO1. 0 Daly ...... 8 50am 9 oo am .........No. us Daily..... .. 9 20 am Young s Pharmacy. Saturday only. j street for business purposes. u lt _.
:1_-.No. 0 Da-ly....-- 3 40 pm 3 45 pm ."........No. 1l8 Dallil........ 4 05 pm Quality-B- 2.60
No. I No. I-o 5u .o. o Io M ,Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Hulett arrived -Ferns and pot plants for sale at Bottled in Bond W
Dly Dall-y MATPORT BRANCH Nl Cday il last week from Cleveland, O., and Geo. Dittman's, S. Ridgewood Avenue 1,-
2.e_ 945 L v _... ..... ....a,-cs u i>, 0ol e .A0,p are occupying their winter residence tirst house south of South ca Sunn Brook 0
l S 5 IU Lr ,i e ....--L. aI 12 19 I m2 P on North Ridgewood avenue. Mr. Hu- Old Oscar Pepper 4 0
.S 1045 m Ar x*rror. I,. 30 -, 12 00N'n t 0 PU lett has in transportation a fine new The Palmetto log building on ag- Mellwood 40
1 .2 ol.. ..; | -r n Peerless automobile. nolia avenue, beloging to F. M. Call, Lyndale .
I .es cr Baac S BBada;y (E .S '.$a Sn.. Btord rauch o[ e was undergoing some necessary re- Li 0
1 jepSm.L 1 0p I6pm am rl. ord.Lv.I.o 0oo a.m Dr E W Mathews and wife of pairs Satuday in preparation for its I W. Harper 4.
.s.loriUge Ctr J..Lv'1.1245 pm pm s 8 au e-8,y 4 Yarmouth, Mass., friends of Mr. and occupancy by John Saba, who last Mill Creed Cabinet 3.5
iUm-s Kahe 1 w"ib P. o s. s. co. r U n... .. c". Mrs ih. season used it for the display of his Upper Ten 4.0
-.. C. D .ane, arrived Saturday i art goods, and opens his business G & B Black Label 4.,

1Se ear d.e2e S a sse a 3 ., is their first visit to Daytona. there again today. Write for complete

TIUICARDo oru aU INORMAMION **ssa nM TriciT AG.T J. B. Garrison was a business vis- -Automobile tires and inner tubes
Fmal EWmaagw mAs ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA itor at Jacksonville Saturday. vulcanized at Oliver's garage.


SPE Either BttM I Bfld or BIend-A Whiskey w
,1 "fulTRY IT

4 full quarts $5.00 6ful quart $7.00
Shipped Anywhoet, Express Chan

We will ship youe the allowing goods. Expu
Rye ad Bo boas
ID- ,. Per gal. 4 Q.a. 12 Q. 24 Pt. 48. %..Pta
DwvIO YELLOW LABEL ....... 2 25 2 75 1 2 S1 fie 00 YELLOW LABEL ......
JOCKEY CLUB 0...... 3 0 300 00 8 50 9 00 JOCKEY CLUB.......
(A sjraigbt Rye reduced.) (Fine Tonle).
T4.STY 3 00 3 50 9 00 10 00 10 50 BLACK LABEL.........
I$0MENSE 350 400 1000 1050 1100 WHITE LABEL .........
GLEN LILY 51.43 00 3 210 9 00 10 00 60 00 1OPHER GIN TONIC....
waa rV "a visa 0- 4` A'% A INAs OL aT ItT A OLD-CLERMOT .....600 00 U56@0U-

LK VELVET ............ 00 BIDKEUUI ISM ..V5UAA
Coinae, Apple. Peach.
A,-atc. t Banaa ........ 2 25 2 "75 S? 22; T50 4
BLL'C LABEL. either
ELLOW LABEL. ....... $2 25 52 75 $7 25 S7 8 8 00 Ccgnac. Apple. Pea.,.
LU. LABEL ........... 2 50 3 00 8 00 8 9 A rict. Banan* .. .- 2 50 O 5 00 850
MEBRCAN ............ 3 50 4 00 1100 2t00 IS 00 VOIS3ENAUX ***
4TSTON0B............. 3 a 4 00 1100 Cognac .......... ......40 G 00 13 0i
C4T0'S ............ ... 00 1100 oVOISSBN X **
AW'S ............... 3 50 4 00 11 00 12 00 1 00 Apicot .............400 00 13 0
NOTICE: We do not prepay express charges on lte than o gallo and oan vWs and half pints not leI than a case of 24 plnt or i ha plaza
All gallon orders for $3.50 or over will be shipped bagt om la m jar-- useful bouseaold utausil.

moon Beer anid Lewis C-6 Whiskey:
kIN List. N %k I I LE, FLA.




free of atmen at
piling ad othe
the Halifax Riv.
. An extenscor
so probably be
ing of the dock

:ette-News ofiet ^-e:ar^

J. J. PandaR is makint ae at
teratioas aad improvemeits If hn s

s with his fami- -esl.eace o01 Souzh Ridgewood ave-
ys h-st week, re- uae. Th kitchen hts bees en-
e where he had -"-*'' ard i sleeping room and bath
witx R. EK Olds' room built above it. A bay window
whi -h they had has been added on the south side of
New York. Mr. the house. Mr. Randall is also im-
o New York to pro-ing his grounds, laying out an
hia II,-of which. automobile drive, preparing for the
ge this season, planting of shrubbery, garden, etc.
the family here He will h-" e a very attractive place
v.hen completed.

ickeye Water Li

waterr Lift is an automatic pump which utiliz.-- the pres-
e.- as a motive power to pt.iiup soft or rain ua'er from a
Su.-c. or to force city wate-r to a hilhi. r -I. atiiu than it
wn pressure
the construction of the Buckeye inWatr I.ift.
ide of the best quality of bronze. 2 'Th- workmanship
ade. 3 The cylinders are st-patare- and have no con-
he hard and soft water can mix. 4 The plungers are
it water hammering. 5 There is only one .st of stuf-
in be readily repacked and tightened from the outside.
vided on both the suction and city water inlet. 7 The
red without taking the Lift apart. or disconnecting any
loving the caps. 8 The motor valve mechanism is per-
the most positive acting and simple device ever u ed.
'1y by water pressure without the use of aniv trips. levers
is of any kind 9 In the entire Lift there is no sliding
, cut and wear. so that no oiling is required. 10 Spec-
ed to to the fact that any working part is accessible from
without interfering with others, making it very easy to
nmit has -t stroke of 7A inches, which is longer than any
market. 12 Valve is held at each end by center sup-
it lathers from cutting out on one side.









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a't Pass This

SWe have just closed a cash contract with three Distiller-
ies to purchase all the Corn Rye and Bourbon whiskies
they will make during the next twelve mont hs.
This wi!l give us an enormous quantity of whiskey.
ery gallon-and we intend giving the benefit of our pur-
Mite and Yellow Corn Whiskey, Express Prepaid.

2 gal. gal.
3.15 5.00
400 600
4 50 6.75
eor Bourbon
2 gal. :t gal.
3.40 5.00
4.25 6.00
5.00 7.00
fellow Corna
I1i hot.

4 gil. 4 qts. 0 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. 8 qts. 12 qts.
6.15 2.20 4.25 6.00
s800 2.60 475 7.00
9.50 300 5.75 7.75
arts 5's. Express Prepaid.
15 hot. 31t xht.
6.75 13 25
7.75 15.00

24 qts.

24 qts

ib hot,

huskies and High Grade Blends, Express Prepaid.

n 4 fu4l
ot. (it,.
0 5.00
0 5.00
0 5.00
40 4.00
10 500
?0 500
0 400
00 5.00
50 5.50

12 fu!l

1 -_il in 4 full
glass .b ot.

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

4 00'


12 full

Cream Kentucky 3.50 4.00 11.00

e price list.


without any After Effects

12 full quarts $13.00
ges Paid

ess changes paid E
/.- -aso

er gal. 4 Q. L t Qa 24 Pts. 48
12 00 82 So I o $ _21 I1
2t I 275 T 25 7 59
2 50 3 00 8 aCO 8 )
260 3 00 8 00 8 59
2 75 3 25 8 75 9 C.
300 3 50 9 C(0 59 1
4 03 10 03 11 G00 1
350 400 18051
.Xc on -jr^----"-=

*. Pt..
17 5)
S 00
9 (JO
S 50
LO ~i
12 00

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T. P. I'sM mLinALD, Giber


Entered at the Postoflice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter.

One copy one year $1.50
One copy six months............... .75
One copy three months ............ .40


*Don't forget teat Santa Claus'
I Headquarters are at BARNES' NOV-
-.. ia | it STORE, the same as usual

Mr. and Mrs. Ghas. H. Johnson ar-
rived from Rochester, N. Y., Wed-
nesday, and have leased the south
half of the Anderson building on
Beach street.

*Photographs make acceptable gifts.
See our portrait postals in sepia.
Mornings are best for children. W. H
Gardiner-Art Shop. w-lt

Dr. Angus Matheson and family,
of Jackson, Mich., arrived Thursday
uight, with the expectation of re-
maining most of the winter They
are located on South Palmetto ave-

*Maxwell Touring car for hire by
the hour or trip. Careful driver.
Orders can be left with L. H. Rowe
& Co., Jewelers, or phone 146. H.
M. Norton, Fairview avenue. w-tf

J. K. Maley, I. F. Humphrey and R.
R. Smallwood are among the number

Seabrooks Sams came up from Mer-
ritt's Island Thursday afternoon to
attend a meeting of the Halifax
Chapter, No. 5, R. A. M.

*The Geneva, Seabreeze avenue,
Daytona Beach, has opened under the
management of Mrs. E. P. and F. N.
Stengle. First class hotel and res-
taurant accommodations. w-lt

S. H. Gove has the contract for
putting a stone wall under the C. G.
Burgoyne residence on Beach street,
to replace the open lattice work and

*Bargains in embroideries at the
Chas. E. Gardiner Co.'s wlt

M3r .ard M'rs. J. Townsend and lit-
tle daughter arrived Thursday after-
noon from Groton, S. D., and are es-
tablished at their pleasant home at
the corner of Vo!usia and Palmetto

*See Clark's display of holiday
goods, largest stock in the city at
the lowest prices. Two large stores
full of Xmas goods. Come early. We
lay aside and deliver goods. Geo.

from this city summoned for jury du-rH. Clark, Jeweler and Stationer.
ty at the session of the Criminal
Court next week Commodore J. H. Allen was in the
*A larger and better line of city from Tuesday until Thursday,
Christmas Presents than ever before looking after the building of his gar-
BARNES' NOVELTY STORE. age on his place on South Palmetto
.avenue. He returned to Allenhurst
Thursday afternoon.
A force of Contractor S. H. Gove's Thursday a
men,. are engaged in making an ad-
dition to Mrs. E. V. Cherry's resi- *Co to MONK'S CURIO STORE for
dence corner of Halifax avenue and; a large assortment of goods desir-
Peninsula Drive, Daytona Beach. labe for Xmas gifts, also toys, Billi-
ken dolls, Teddy Lions, Teddy Bears,.
*Full line of Huyler's Candies ust etc., orange blossom perfume, novelty
received at Hankins'. jewelry, and a large line of alligator
Goods w-lt


I cum adwas ullfw
in~, mw.6rgeb uhsw ye
ubh I baveghr ygn.7

4 J The very pen he's often heard
about and wanted. Equally ap-
preciated by the ladies, too.

ms ope containn Pen
s filed by a mere thumb pressure on Crescent-Filler. No
mussy dropper, no parts to unscrew. Writes with rare
smoothness and ease. Special nibs for bookkeepers,
stenographers. manifolding. etc.

Barnes' Novelty Store

Welow~ebee6Iapplyinlg the.
rie4s-oJ Mahlny u se'ws.
WeJ~~r3-lo~ige sto 0( f~v

W$Sams of.allK 1Jim&%ts1It w fjAo
VMC....4L^e tRA
13i -XiA~

*ee~eoe~ee --------p eo --------pee.


A close examination of electric-
al work finished and charged for
from this shop shows how square-
ly and honorably we transact our
business. Electrical repairs re-
ceive special attention. Those
who employ us never worry about
our charges, and they know be-
fore engaging us that our work-
manship will be the best.

Daytona Electric Co.

232 South Beach Street.

DIAMOND RINGS and other wJewelry
* evltLa, for Chbrtm a i--
WallacemAt am Jewelhy bore

Curio's, Souvenirs, and Jewelry

*We have your "Hidden Skeleton"
Ask about it at Clark's. It's good.

Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Johnson, of
nkato, Minn., arrived Wednesday
might and are located in one of the
E. A. Branch cottages on Seabreeze
avenue, Daytona Beach. Mr. and
Mrs. Johnson have spent several sea-
sons here and made many friends.
Mr. Johnson is a locomotive engin-,

You will find just what you are
looking for, in the way of Christmas
Gifts, at FLETCHER'S. w-It

George W. Wells, who sometime
ago purchased the Helen Wilmans
home at Seabreeze, writes that he
and Mrs. Wells have left South-
bridge, Massachusetts, enroute here.
They have already shipped their au-
mobile to Jacksonville and expect to
drive down from there, arriving in
Seabreeze next Monday.

Phillip Jacqui, hailing from the vi-
cinity of Newark, N. J., was in the
city from Wednesday until Thursday
afternoon, ea route to Merritt's Is-
land, where he, last year, purchased
property and where Mrs. Jacqui will
join him later in the season. Mr. aid
Mrs. Jacqui spent the winter two
years ago in one of the Burns cot-
tages on Cedar street, in company
with Mr. Jacqui's sister and her hus-
band, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Jones, of

Mrs. W. M. Shaffner returned from
Orlando Thursday evening accompa-
nied by her sister, Mrs. Katherine
Frink, who came south from Colora-
do Springs, Colo., and will spend the-
winter with Colonel and Mrs. Shaf-
ner at Bide-a-Wee cottage, Daytona
Beach. A balky engine on the branch
line caused them to miss the train
at New Smyrna. They came from
that place by automobile, reaching
'here about 5:00 p .m.

last night to lookve lT .
interests at that-plaOW t
first visit st ie e g t bt frm
north He expected toretumr to




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vice ad


Sermon, 3 p. m. .
-The Rev. Dr. Th.nti ltom wai3i" i3
All seats are free at a ,ae-tB.i.
Strangers welcome Sunday school a
St .Mary's at 9:45 a .m.

Postmaster W. C. Smith has "fl'u
the Starry Banner to the breeze,
at the post office The flag," a han
some flannel bunting one, four fee
two inches by eight feet, surmount
a pole generously donated by Osca



Forenoon and afternoon tides are ap-
proximately at the same hour. Auto.
mobiles can be driven on the beach two
hours after high tide and .-ithin two
hours of high tide.

Miss K. ElIzalw-th torver, Principal,
No. 1 Ceminole block, Bet'ch Street,
South of Orange.
Class and Individual Instruction. Coach-
ing of pupils needing special attention.
The Languag-.s, Elocution, Drawing, Lit-
erature and Current Events.

j~ng= Ta tbeome eexpert
means tof; 4. 1ZC. We are spe-
ewaisvm In pro;du: 'z =- c-t flower
and vezettabie sccd&.In 5-0 years.we
hav'e tleom" Ec-7~.~' Ferry's
Seedtsdrtn-w!' 'r-suilts of ovircare.
For sale evcrryv !,.--.%FEend our LIM
cmat c-gimand r-r'ft by ourexhaerience.
S'it free cn~rct:esL Address
D.I. KFMRT & CS,. mu. OMu


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Doa't Wat Till it's Too Late-Follow
the Example of a Daytoma
Rescue the aching back.
If it keeps on aching. trouble comes.
Backache is kidney ache.
If you neglect the kidneys' warning,
Look out for urinary trouble-dia-
This Daytona citizen will show .you
how to go to the rescue.
Warren Mungeon, 84 Second avenue,
Daytona, Florida. sayp: "For over a
year and a half kidney trouble clung to
me and I was told that I could not be
cured. I suffered from backache almost
constantly and was at a loss to know
bow to rid myself of the trouble. I
finally read about Doan's Kidney Pills
and concluding to try them, I procured
a box at Hankins' drug store. I soon !
felt like a different person and am now ;
in better health than I have been for a !
long time. It would le impo.-il'le for
me to speak too highly in tavor of i
Doan's Kidney Pills."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole
agents for the United States.
Remember the name--Doan's-and
take no other.








. O.O.OeeOo.*****.*************e*e***e e eos.eoouee.
: R. D. TAYLOR, Electrical Contractor

3 House Wiring a Specialty.
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line of Huyler's Candies ju
at Hankins'.



A LVaEe nXn.

Commencing with Dec.



The Day




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Full stock Electric Iroms. Coffee Pmercmars. T*
Gridles, Chafig Dishes, Fans and W11um Pa



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W*WER aa it f soU sh mmwYor-sasme. 8-
Cumaae Ym ys. int rdm h fr y- hindow WeAn k a sob iina-
%&bwe hbalm lmot buh. t oghrw* w~uy doir a
d Is sr oe.
IS K Mli, MOMM bert.k OW ADevryb m wiewduru
low ofSo menemyh above is i mo

Total 250200tW

$?50.000. That amount stmads betwree yo depeA
any possible loss.
We repeat: This bank wamis yer business*

Merchants Bank
(Branch of Volsia Co.mly B k)

A. D. McBRIDE, President
J. B. CONRAD. Vice-Presidet
F. N. CONRAD. Cashier


Litte Girls-Have You

Registered ?

If not, and you are under fourteen years of age, we want you
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 puzzle 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





Capi .
Swps and roGIs
Stockholders iabfibt


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bed by The Gazette-News Co., Daytoma, Fla.




GEO. B. WALDRON, Editor, Orm. Frida

-irs. Tom Sawyer has been kept at I Charles Emmons and wife and Mrs.
home for the past two weeks be-' Emmons, senior, arrived last week
cause of illness. and are occupying their home on the
river front for the season.
*FOR SALE for cash or trade two
motor boats. Inquire of W. A. Bar-: extensive additions have been
ker, Ormond, Fla. 4t made to the Lawrence cottage, on
Pine street by G. A. Carlton. This
W. A. Barker, Percy Freeman, wife hospitable nome of Mrs. Mary J.
and daughter Bessiei went tr Dna.- ....... ... .. .-

-- .... U ...... -, -a-- Luawrence, of lonKers, N. Y., is soon
SJefferson Hotel tona on business Monday. to be occupied by Mrs. Lawrence and
her friends.
Lars Bostrom has been having ex- Mrs. C. M. Vining, formerly of!
tensive decorations made in his res- Rossville, Ill., has been for several The new town ha
idence on Lincoln avenue by Milo Mc- weeks with Mrs. James P. Vining. Grana The new town hal on the ompleazated
,yI .ni6 Granada avenue, is to be completed
Dr. A. H. Parker, of Evanston, ll.today. The contract for the building
Dr. A. H. Parker, of Evanston, 111_'. to Bptch & Hull, of Holly Hill, for
Messrs. Milo AcNiel and Frank with Miss Parker, arrived Sunday,I to Blitch & Hull of Holly ill, for 7
Mason are putting a new coat of for an extended visit with Mrs. James For the first time Ormond has a hall
paint on the Howe cottage on New P. Vining. For the rstenough to accommodate heras a it-hal
Brittn avenue.
Miss Bessie Clements, vis-zens in mass assembly.
MssBessie Clements, ii vis-!
J. R. Clements, of Winipeg, Man- citing in Washington, D. C., will join M
itoba, has a heavy crop on his ham- her parents at their home) on the Mr. and Mrs. James Carnell went
nock orange grove, and has begun to River Road in February. to Palatka last week to help lay a
market the golden fruit. corner stone. With the new school
Rev. James Stanton ha--sold his house in Daytona, this building in
Chas. Cook, of Chicago, is complet- fine crop of oranges in the hammock, Palatka and otner similar occasions
lug an attractive winter home on the, obtaining a very satisfactory price Air. Carnell seems to be acquiring
river front property purchased last for the truit oa the trees, the corner stone habit. Wish we
winter from Mrs. C. M. Vining. might use his abilitiess in this di-
ebe reaction here in Ormond.
-Miss Anna Lippincott has taken Herbert Packard is confined to
k.66 Bristol cottage next to the tis bed with painful illness at the The Granada Studio, East Side, has
Sfor three years and is having home of his sister, Mrs. Carrie Pitts, been sold by E. S. Sanborn to Mrs.
l-t-A i 4___ :- .... .fo A^n^ "in- : Granada avenue.

by Harry Betts.

: A. G. Carleton is making extensive
ia S Ome-the Dr. Oakly house on
pennla. This property has re-
be= sold to northern parties
m on occupy it.

Mmt Janp SqitkAWedTd Jad-

linens of her daughter who
maidfeiBmJouw. She.is asx-
awaiting further developmeus

O a .o a rty 'to
Monday, ne itin g of MIs.

and Frank Colby, in his

Mrs. Flora B. Cook, of Sandwich,
Ill., arrived in Ormond last week Fri-
day. She will spend the winter with
Mrs. George B. Waldron.

Mrs. Ada Watson returned from
Chicago lWst week. She will make her
home'th*t winter, as before, with Mrs
Almira Watson, on Pine street.

Mr- and Mrs. H. V. Stilwell arrived
-last week and are occupying their
cottage on the Santa Lucia planta-
tion. They spent the summer In

Mr anAd Mrs-o fGror UHow ed A

Harding and her daughter, of New
York City. Tney will add candy-
making to the photographic work
.ur. and Mrs. Sanborn are occupying
one of W. A. Barker's Grove Cot-
tages, but expect to leave soon on a
trip to California and the Northwest.
We hope that this sale will not re-
move the Sanborns permanently from

The V. I. A. supper was a success
last week Thursday night in spite of
the rainy weather. Tables began to
fill up as early as 5:30. There was
enough of every good thing offered to
satkfy the most exacting appetite and
a good time generally was the verdict
After all had been served a lively

and comfortable launch, Wauchu- An ` 'x Lww
child arrived on Monday from Ma- auction absorbed the remains of the
shalltown, Iowa, and will occupy their feast. The proceeds, amounting to
r n. Editt Darwin arrived from cottage, "Westmorland," on New Brit- over $25.00 will be used for the
C akee this week to spend the Ian avenue for the winter. V. I. A.
With her mother, Mrs. John
We are pleased to greet Miss Edith Mary Stanton entertain- Mrs. Ada Hinkley and her mother,
ihce more after nearly two years ed some of her little friends with a Mrs. Mary J. Green, arrived last
absence1 birthday supper at the home of Miss week from their home at Orchard
I Ella Foulke on the river front last Lake, .iich. They are living at the
Sarrison Bristol is making his first week Thursday evening. Life is very Reiley cottage and taking their meals
iUent of oranges this week. bright when one is nine years old. at Mrs. Mason's until Mr. Reiley is
of the packing is done by the! able to make the Journey from .uas-
Shimself. Few men so far into sachusetts. The many friends of
ightse as is Mr. Bristol can D.A. Abbott and wife and Miss Mr. Reiley will be glad to learn that
w chvigor as he. Jane Abbott of Alden' N Y he is gradually recovering from his
sh vigor as he. ^MrsAbbott's brother, 0. Richards,
SiMrs .Abbott's brother, Richards, long illness and hopes soon to leave
*" arrived from the north last week. for the South
^ M. Penfic-ld arrived in Ormond They will occupy the Mason cottage for the South.
the White Mountains last week. this season. ..iss Abbott brought a
spent some weeks "between the severe cold with her from the North: Ormond's "conspiracy of silence"
witn friends in Connecticut which has so far kept her at home. seems to be completely broken at
S Park," so beautifully 1o- The Abbotts are rejoicing that a for- last. Before plans could be per-
In the heart of the village, is tunate stop-over in Georgia saved fected for bringing out the Ormond
.h h's first attention. hm fnm a severe and dan erous, Gazette News, John Milligan, with
themfroma seereand angeous

asiderable changes under way
NS the summer in the residence
ir. H. H. Huntington, east side,
abot completed. Harry Betts is
i of the work. Little Miss
t for the first time in her
7mths of life, has been causing
to the Hus.tington home. lut
pleased to report that she
a on the road to recovery.

Seaman has been trying his
aeetylene plant by lighting up
I0 lamps on the gate in front
lPoperty on the point. Do not
if you see a bright light
.part of town. That new ce-
-on of Mr. Freeman's is
to take form and will make
showing on the Point. Mr.
is making his own blocks

w-eek Taesday was town clean-
In Ormond. A number of
ed ladies of the V. I. A.
few men were busy with rakes
I implements upon the public
School children caught the
and went about picking up
The result is a clean
far as our streets are con-

shake-up through the derailing of most commendable enterprise, made
their train a few hours after they arrangements with the Jacksonville

left it. Two of the train men lost
their lives in the accident.

Israel Putnam, of New York, ar-
rived in Ormond on his yacht from
St. Augustine last Sunday. Mr.
Putnam expects to spend the winter
cruising in these waters and in his
new bungalow now under course of
building just north of Mrs. Washing-
ton Watson', on the east side of the
river. A. E. Hartwell, senior member
of the Hartwell Conipany, of New
York. who is building this house, is
spending two weeks' in Ormond, at
Rose Villa. Hyden & Wingate have
the contract for putting in the piling
for the pier on this property and are
at work.

Times-Union and is supplying weekly
letters from this town. Henceforth
the note book of the reporter will
be seen in the land.

The V. I. A. had its regular pro-
gram Friday afternoon of last week.
The subject was "Federation Day."
Mrs. H. B. Shaw made her report as
delegate to the State Federation at
Palatka. She also read the address
of Mrs. Shackelford, president of
the State Federation. Music was
rendered very acceptably by Mrs.
Moore. Refreshments were served by
the hostesses of the day, Mesdames
Totman, Amsden and Penfield. The
subject for the next meeting, Friday.
Dec. 17, is the "Panama Canal."

The old Price home is being va- Miss Frances Moore returned from
cated this week, preparatory to tear- Cocoa last Saturday night, where she
ing it down and replacing it with a hau been called on a case.__Tiss
new house. Old residents will be Moore is a trained nurse and has had
sorry to see this land-mark of a several years experience in Washing-
quarter century go down, but every-: ton. D. C. She is making her home
uning makes way for the new. Until this winter with her sister, Miss
the Hotel Ormond opens in January, Lucy Moore, our primary school
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Price will oc- teacher. They have rooms with Mrs
cupy the Stout cottage south of the E. C. Totman, on Tomoka avenue.
hotel. With this new Price house, Their mother, who lives on the island
.....d... .. ....o ,f utlpr Smith I onnosite Cocoa. is spending a few


How do you like this new depart-
ure for Ormond? If you wish you
can get a like visit fifty two
times a year. The publisher and
the editor are willing to give the
people of Ormond "all the news
that is going" if the people of Ormond
,show their appreciation. We want:

a Gazette-News in every family, and;
here is where you can help. What'
do you say?

Work is in progress on the grounds
of the Hotel Ormond, preparatory to
the opening in January.

E. W. Amsden has almost com-:
pleted the addition to his house. He
is building of cement blocks.

Monthly examinations are
gress this week, marking the
the third month of schooL

in pro-I "Success Through the Bent Wire"
end of is Mr. Waldron's subject at the
Union Church next Sunday morning.

Christmas songs recitations, es- The mo tIily meeting of the Wo-
says, etc., are being prepared by man's Meiss:onary S:ciety was held at
the school for next week Friday af- the parsonage Wcd-esday afternoon
ternoon, which wiil be the last day this weele at 2:30. Thursday was
of this term The children deservethe regular day but the time was
the encouraging presence of parents placed earlier this week to make way
and friends. for house cleaning day at the V. I. A.

The children are enjoying the' The Ladies Aid met as usual at
Youth's Companion and St. Nicholas the parsonage on Friday, afternoon
which come to the schools as the this week. These meetings alternate
gift of the V. I. A. Many of the with the bi-weekly meetings of the
scholar-s a!so take advantage of the V. I. A. Plans are in progress for
free offer of children's books from a sale of fancy and other articles
the V. I. A. library. 1.y the ladies later in the season.

Leave your subseriptiors for the T
Ormond Gazette-News with Mr. The Horoir -'ol1 for the second There wi be preaching services
,next Sunday morning at the Union
\Valdron or at the postoffice., month is as follows: Bertha Cone, Church, as usual, beginning at 10:30the Union
Agnes Waldron Lula Campbell, Bur- Church, as usual, beginning at 10:30
well Thornton, Cova Priest, Leslie with sermon by the pastor. Sunday
Mr.and Mrs. 1)D.G.Spauldinghave caldron Pearl Adams, Herman Camp school opens at 11:45, immediately
returned from Erie, Pa., and have faldron,c Pearl Adams, HermanoCamph"i
Irro ab 'Barkerasdot bell, Walter Campbell,,Ruth Waldron, following church services. Strangers
rented M rs. Mabelle Barker's cottage ll lteCmPbllr.hW nand winter visitors are invited to
John Sterthouse, Edna Priest, Edith d wanted visitors are ihmted to
The "Ruff House" George Gould's Stanton. make this their church home. All
The "Ruff House," George Gould's Stanton. a free
pleasure yacht, stopped off Ormond seats are free.
Thursday night of last week, on the Marked improvement is showing in
way down the river. regularity of attendance at school.! Only two weeks until Christmas.
The percentage reached about 97. I'The season will be observed in the
During the first month. There are Union Church with a special Sunday
R. R. Kimball is building a large',
boat-hlis pla onte HalreI removals that always tend to draw morning service on Dec. 26, the day
boat-house on his place on the Halidown the percentage of later months, following Christmas. There will be
fax which he expects to completebut each month is showing improve- a tree for the Sunday School Friday
some time this winter. The plan s ment over the corresponding months evening, Christmas eve. Children
to rent space for dry-docking boats other years. and teachers are busy now with
and housing them during the summer. songs and other exercises for the oc-
and housing them during the summer.,
He has also brought down two large casion.
automobiles to be offered for hire. Those who heard the children sing
at the Union Church on Thanksgiving

Send us the names and addressesnight must have been impressed with: Services are being held every Sun-
Send us the names and address the remarkable improvement that the month at the Episcopal Church. Mr.
o friends who should be interested boys and girls are making under the: Wilder will be in charge next Sun-
in the Ormond Gazette-News. leadership of Misses Baker and Moore' day and the fourth Sunday as usual.
Until time comes when music shall The first and third Sunday after-
George A. Carleton took his fruit be regularly taught in our schools noons fall to Dr. H. H. Huntington.
boat, the Belle, up the river to Mound Ormond people may congratulate Last Sunday Dr. Huntington gave a
Grove for the first trip of the sea- themselves that their teachers are very thoughtful and helpful sermon on
son, Thursday. He has the contract so thoroughly supplying this need. "Peace." He will conduct a com-
this season for bringing down the eff- murnion service at the church on
tire crop .from the Beed, Knox & Christmas morning at ten o'clock.
SSchool-- matters received special
Beed grove, which will amount to School matters received special
not less than 15000 boxes of ora the visit from DeLand of Dr. i- Arrangements are being completed
and grap-frut. The first shipment coln Hulley, president of. Stetson Uni- for a "platform" meeting at the
will proablyoutmake two trips a wee versity and Superintendent Botts. Union Chureh the first Sunday of
The school children and a number the new year, morning and evening.
of the parents and friends filled the Among the speakers expected are
Mrs. Henry Hollister, of Fargo, high school room. Mr. Botts spoke Rev. Frank E. Jenkins, D. D.,South-
N. D., has taken possession of the of his "dreams," including one that am Superintendent of the Home
beautiful new Burr cottage on the shall give the study of geography a Missionary Society; Rev. J. F. Black-
river front. Mrs. Hollister has with vital grip on present day problems burn, of Jacksonville, State Superin-
her her mother-in-law, Mrs. Hollister, an, experiences tendent of Mission Sunday Schools,
and a friend, Miss Lillie Taft (dist- Dr. Hulley entertained the chil- and Rev. Roy B. Guild, of Boston,
antly related to the President) both dren and their elders for about an Secretary of the Church Building So-
from Montpelier, Vt. Mr. Burr is hour in his inimitable way with se- city.
sparing no pains or money to make elections from James Whitcomb Riley
his cottages the most comfortable and Eugene Field. A good many of
and complete in Ormond. the audience saw ghosts before h 3St Lucie OU y
igot through. He took the occasion Is sue
Haven't you something to adver- to emphasize the importance of reg-SS
tise in next week's Ormond Gazette-; ular ad y attendance at school Road Ronds
Ne? See Mr. Waldron. and of holding on through the gray:: Good Road RQ s
mar and high school grades. What S Luie county has taken a big
I St. Lucie county has taken a big
'he said about mod,,, iopIortuilt'is!e forward and has kept pace ith
TWO WEEKS OF at college should stir some often step forward and has kept pace s of th
HOLIDAY VACATION. boys and girlsthe other progressive counties of the
HOLIDAY VACATION boys and girls into new plans fr State by voting for an issue of $200,-
At the meeting of the County School higher education. 000 in bonds for the construction of
Board held at DeLand Monday ev- hard surfaced roads. This was deter-
ening it was decided to allow a I P Al mined last week when the voters ex-
holiday vacation of two weeks in all JARU VIlLLL ANAL pressed themselves at the polls in
schools af the county, from Dec. 17 the special election called for that
until the Monday after New Years' AIDY PVALFU purpose. The result shows a good



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E i In a recent letter to the Gazette-
!tNews, Superintendent Geo. G. Glea-
R son, of the Coast Line Canal and
#I Transportation Company, which is
Florida : now cutting a canal between St. Au-
# gustine and Jacksonville, thus com-
the River pleting the inland waterway, writes
o as follows :
S"We have at present five machines
F FRIT : working, and about two miles of sol-
1* id work to cut I think we will get
an opening connecting Pablo Creek
and at Rea- with the North River sometime in the
:es spring. We have a good many cut-
offs made in Pablo Creek which
licite shorten the distance nearly a half.
hicite" *
I will be very glad to have you come
every at- up sometime and make a trip over
Sour line with us."

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safe majority for bonds.

D. P. Smith, county tax collector,
will be in Daytona, Dec. 20, 21, and
22, at the City Hall, for the purpose
of collecting taxes and occupation li-
Those who pay taxes this month
are allowed a discount of one pi-r


The Daytona Daily News again
made its appearance on December 1,
as an eight-page paper, brim full of
news and general reading matter, wit
a very liberal line fo local adver-
tisements We are glad to know that
its enterprise is appreciated, as it
is a credit to the city as well as to

the men behind the ven!ture.-Italifax

Manufacturer of
: Cement Blocks, Shingles, Brick, Drain Tile, Columns, 3

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1 Our winter barber, George Jenkins,
is tack at his old stand on Granada

Mrs. J. E. Francis went to Day-
tra Monday. the first outing since
her late illness.

Mrs. L. C. Pinkerton left Saturday
for Key West to Join her husband at




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Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Austin, of Lo- Price $7,000 Cash. No terms and no change in price for any one. D. M. Guleserian arrived Saturday
gansport, Ind., Mrs. A. Milligan's Snight from Petosky Mich.and is pre-
aunt and uncle, and her parents, Mr. F. R. SWIFT, Seabreeze, Florida. paring to open his ArmenianBazaar
and Mrs. S. G. Hand, of Remington, usual on Beach street.
Ind.. arrived Saturday night. and are treet.

with Mrs. Milligan and family at r
their pretty cottage on Ridgewood
avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Austin, after
a few days visit, will continue their
trip to Palm Beach, where they spend
the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Hand will
spend most of the winter here.

Those ladies living in or near Day-
tona who suffer from diseases pecu-
liar to their sex will be glad to learn
that Mrs. L. G. Husted, of Chatanoo- )
ga, Tenn., offers to prove the great
value of her ".My Home Treatment"
by treating one case in this counimui-
ty absolutely FREE.
Mrs. Husted's advertise en:t ap-
pears elsewhere in this paper. In
speaking of her free offer she said:
"I %kati to itilprcss suffering wvoleien
that I am their frin'-that I can and
will rcnde-r thein gr,:at -:s[.ac if
they will but let me."
A.\:y ladly Vof lDaytoi. 1V. dIt.l t
f ro .'. 'lIt jl .. d, .. .l V. i-

lrec t'ol IY:*. pl l n;., w llto;* .i s .'
become stronI- and i.ealthy an d lih:,i-
py again should write Mrs. }ltited
at once. If she accepts any case for q
treatment under this free offer pro-
posal, she wishes i thoroughly un-



Express Prepaid
Lewis' 66 Hunter Harper
Echo Springs Cascade (Tennesse)
Wilson Murry Hill Club
Any of the Above Brands
45. $5.00 12 rc $12. 00
Express Prepaid

Blum's Monogram..... $4.0 $1100
Sheriden Club .......... 175 800





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Maryland Club ...... .. 5.8 13.50
Mt Vernon........... .. 6.0 16.0
S o.4elasco the Cd.
4Bot,tlea 1BoutIe
Four Roses ............ 7.00 18.5
Three Feathers...... 7.0 18.50
4F.." 12 F .
4 0'*1. 23 F0u
Tennessee Old Reserve. 4.0 $1L0
Black and B!ue ........ 3.00 9.00
HarveAk Corn............ 3.50 10.50
Laurel Valley. .......... 3.50 10.50
Checker Board .........3.25 9.00

All the Above Goods arn


Clrke's Pure Rye...s&00
Sunny Brook ........ 00
Early Times......... 5.00
Guggenheim ........ 5.00
Melwood .. ........ 5.00
Blum's Monogram... 4.00
Moncrief Spring .... 4.00
Clark's Sour Mash... 4.00




e Delivered Express Paid

Express Paid
$2.50. $3.00. $3.50. $4.00.$4.50.
35.00. $5.50. $6.00 per Gallon
100 Procf
$150. 3.. $3.50 per Galoa. accord.
ing to age.

We handle all Imported
Wines and Liquors. Ask for



Lily fINESSI isNEAR AT HAND. to othav ONeny t | H
wakeM to the advatag ofla them
With the approach of Chrim by the D ay New tr ta Com- At the regular meetoeg of the Fm-
there is always a large Increase in petuto for the Chridmas trade, be- tain City Lodge,No. M, K ts FORMER
Sthfe volume of busne even t ore it is too late. Pythias, held Monday night, the fol
the volume of business, even with lowing officers were elected: Chance DAILY SWS
UT M K El those houses which do not carry a lor Commander, %. K. Brokaw; Vice
distinctly holiday line of goods, for TTLI Chancellor, P. W. Hart; Prelate, C.
U all branches feel more or less di- TO ANNOY DAYTONA CITIZENS R. M. Sheppard. Jr.: Master of Work, From Saturdays Dafly:
rectly the general loosening of the. A bunch of stray cattle is appar- E. H. Winney; Master of Exchequer. To the Daily News:
purse strings at this holiday sea- ently making a practiceofcoming in- Otto H. Wehner; Master of Finance A crisp and nipping breeze is bl
THROWN FROM HER WHEEL AND son of the year. to the city after nightfall and forag- and Keeper of Records and Seal, W. ing fresh rm the Peaks o* Otte
DRIVER OF AUTOMOBILE CON- Realizing this condition, the mail ing upon the lawns and gardens of M. Moore ;Master at Arms, Joseph Blue Ridge mountains, this moraaig
order houses of the large cities make the citizens, where they are unpro- Osborne; Inner Guard, Wesley Her- and nurally my thoughts to to
TINUES ON HIS WAY WITHOUT an extra effort to secure trade at this t-cted by fences. Scarcely a night rick; Outer Guard, W. H. Byne; baly amospherethe golden simple
OFFERING ASSISTANCE. time flooding the mails with their passes but one or more places suf- Trustees, Wesley herrick, Joseph Os- the flaming poincettas, the fragrant
Scatalogues and bargain sheets, and .er injury from these cattle, which borne, A .H. Carter; Grand Repre- roses, the ripping waters the speed.
Saturday afternoon, shortly after yet the non-progressive local mer- trample upon the plants and flowers sentative, Wesley Herrick, A. R. Brok- ng automobile and the merry voices
four o'clock, Miss Ellen W. Apthorp, chants wonder how they secure the and browse the shrubbery The city aw, Alternate. and radiant faces of Florida's pret-
while on her way from the city to trade. This same merchant has the marshal cannot be expected to be on j test winter town I wish I was
Holly Hill, on her bicycle, collided advantage if he will only grasp it. duty both day and night and yet it AN INCREASE OF $250000 there Since I am not the next
with an automobile, just as she was He is at hand and easily reached, would seem that the city should afford IN TAX VALUATION. best thing is to have daily re-
turning into Beach street from Third but if he does not advertise he is some protection to the citizens who ports from those of you whare there
avenue, and was thrown from her overlooked and lost sight of by the are endeavoring to beautify and im-j One evidence of Volusia county's so I enclose coin of the realm for
bicycle, and sustained some pain- busy crowd of shoppers prove their premises. I increase in population and the pros- which please place my name on the
tul bruises, but fortunately escaping Not one penny should be sent out of The residence lots are more at- perity of the people is shown by the Daily mailing list.
any more serious injury The front Daytona for Christmas goods. Every- tractive without fences, but under tax roll submitted by Tax Assessor W Yesterday I packed a barrel of
wheel of her bicycle was demolished thing that could be desired is to be present conditions no place is safe apted b thy TxAnty o- sweet potatoes in oats and crated
Miss Apthorp holds herself to had in our local stores at prices without a fence or a night watchman son and accepted by the county corn- bushels oftatoes ish potatoes. I have
blame, at least in part, for the acci- that compare favorably with those of and in some cases c%.- ,-s,; or careta- missioners. cellar well stocked with vegetables,
dent, but a very ugly feature of the the largest cities, when trouble and kers have employed ra;.ies ito guart The total tax valuation for 1909, and next week will kill hogs. Then
affair lies in the fact that the driver cost of transportation are considered, places at iight. from all sources-real estate, rail- spare ribs, souse and sausage!!
of the automobile did not check his The more progressive merchants. l'ould it not be well fo: the city to roadsteleraphpersonal etc.-is "Isle Dilettante" will be eminently
machine to learn what injury had re- whose advertisements are to be found employ a special officer to round up appropriate for the proposed new play
suited to the bicyclist or to offer her in the columns of the Daily News and these destructive animals? $,,42. The total tax valuation for approudpriate for libthe proary posed g new play
assistance, but continued on his way. the Gazette News do receive their tyor- Greene made personal ef 1'0O was $5.471,:l:. The books show building on the island. Tell Mr. Wal-
Miss Apthorp, who had been thrown share of this Christmas trade, but fort to round up this bunch of cattle an increase in valuation for the pres- dron to refresh his mind with the
several feet by the violence of the there are some few who fail to ap- Saturday night, but they are very eat year, as compared with last year, meaning of the name I propose and
impact, fell upon the grass in the preciate the value of judicious adver- wild and made their escape Sunday 16,693 he and his lady friends will own up
package along the north side of the. tising, and al!o: the mail order boringg, however, he captured eight 2 that the name is appropriate, com-
street. fin-Ms froi al di.sa:.e to divert t'il head of cows and confined them in The realty of tie county is assessed is o t c
A lady and gentlemen, accompanied trade which sh'-;d come to them, the city pound. The mayor says he at nearly $4,00'_,* 0; the railroads an prehensive. "Island Park" is not bad
by a small child, were passing on and vtoi'd c,.e to them, were they intends to make it an expensive job tgraph line as exceedin $,000- but it is not significant.
Beach street and they assisted Miss to t-:k. p:op r ::d atage of the op- for owners of cattle to pasture them :00; and personal reaching nearly 75,- You we in slight error in saying
Apthorp to her feet and saw her to portur.itis cf *.'.-._ iem. by the io as they are doing- within the city months through the Gaette-News that I was
her home, about a block distant. cal papers. limits. Compared with the assessment value laid up six months through acci
The approach to Third avenue from Then. a.-..i:;, it is a mistake for .tions for the past five o: six years, with axe; it was six weeks by aeci-
Beach street is hidden on the south people to p.0oanize these mail order olusia county's health shovs steady dent with weed hood. But this is a
by The Austin and the driver of the houses, for by so doing they are work Mrs. Will Wehner and infnit a :d substantial ic se with eac su trivial mistakeor a newspaper to
car turned the corner sharply on en- ing against their own interests, for daughter arrived Saturday night from ..eJing year.
tering, but on seeing Miss Apthorp he every dollar sent away from the city New York to spend the winter with Llh ratilroi.s, taleg;aph lines,big the reporter, I might have said you
turned quickly to the right and at the lessens its wealth by that amount, Mr. Wehner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1. .o-:oa- i--s a- d c her corpora- lost three ribs and cheek enough to
same moment Miss Apthorp turned while the dollar spent here remains Carl G. Wehuer, on South Ridgewood *-,s pay over a third of the taxes of equip a vaudeville show for a sea-
to the left, expecting the automobile in circu.ation, and in passing fron. I avenue. e c t.sons run, and that St Michael's hos-
to hole t tpital would do well to patch you up
to hold to its first co urse. This so as to be recognized by your fam-
brought them into almost instant so as to be recognized by your fa-ths
collision. Remember me to allthefeIlows about
The car, a dark colored runaboutwas T HIS PROPERTY FOR SALE R the shop and to those who used to
driven by a man, who had with him come up And thank you nearly to
a boy ten or twelve years of age. ilou-e with 100 foot front on Halifax [liver, opposite Dayt.ona, 3'' y 0 r,:s -L of enAia! "rig&; de f t complimentary mention
C-iL hundred and stvventy feet ia depth, to, Peuiisula Dri-e. in the G.-N. Yours truly,
MRS. DANE'S DEFENSE. s s .- "Greenlawns," Forest, Virginia.
The Virginia Milliman Company,
closed a three nights' engagement DAUGHTERS OF THE KING
here Saturday night, by presenting, ORGANIZE GIRL'S AUXLLARY.
"Mrs. Dane's Defense" to a large au-
dience The character cast for
this splendid emotional drama A very pleasant business and so-
cial meeting was held at St. Mary's
is excellent, and while Miss Milli-
ma is excellent, and while Miss Milli- Guild yesterday evening by the
man, as Mrs. Dane, enthralled the Daughters of the King, Misses Ap-
audience with the pan, as Mrs. Dane, enthos of her sit-he thorp and Gardiner in charge, for the
audience with the pathos of her sit- purpose of organizing a Girl's Auxil-
uation, the dominating figure was the lary among the young members of the
masterful Sir Daniel Cateret, the :nurch Of the nineteen invitations
celebrated judge, who exposed the issued fourteen young ladies were pres
cunning fabric of deception woven by ent. Rev. A. J. Wilder gave a very
the hunted woman. The play is elev-I ent. Rev A. J. Wilder gave a very
er, sparkling with brilliant aphorism instructive and interesting talk on
throughout, well sustained in all its toe helpfulness of such organization
parts and each actor special in hisof the old Roman Auxiliaries, and how
or her line. Messrs. Snead & Bennet the on oman timsosres,
managers of the Daytona opera house 'aa
have the thanks of the theatre go- FIou-. is ~ Gardens in all the following officers: President Grac
g public for their 'enterprise in 1'"-:.'Keating; Secretary, Ella Willaume;
bringing this fine company to Day- electra, ih th-t y-,r round.. Treasurer Lee Bowers. Fourteen
toTae Virginia Milliman company will thro.gno la members were enroized. It was de-
T FhV i.gv r. i nrom ye lided that the Auxiliaries would havel
return sometime during the season, s e ven a r g e charge of the Guild twenty-five cent
giving the people of Daytona another I a o
Opportunity to witness the clever act- ro us with bath em o an ,c sale. Dec. 1i.
ing of this excellent troupe. They A after the business was transacted
will, without doubt, have crowded etc. Well wat- FI1rq,:at Irres dainty refreshments were served by
houses on their return, as they have ter and cistern her. Miss orthord wn the
proved to the public that the compa- .ith fruit on ner Miss Dorothy Purdy won the
ny is one of more than usual strength water .....highest score at the guessing contest. !
and merit. oow. haiMnerous recitation by .M1rs. Celestel
adm t Hinks was much enjoyed.

gwd to ir ft

on a by le.
hD-d8 tbnff B as I mpea

Dandruff a ameen..
which is largely dee to a
micrbe, which, whe let t-
its eorse enses iteeg mfJef
la hag t and bald
caused by the microbes
glands which produce the
matter, which latter then &49s
and scales off.
7e have a remedy which uwS
honestly believe, remove d
exterminate the microbe, pre.4 7'
good circulation in the scalp and.
round the hair roots and.overemw.e
baldness so long as there is any B .
left in the hair roots. -
We back up this statementwith o ."
own personal guarantee that this ret
edy called Rexall "93" Hair Toem
will be supplied free of cost to the
user if it fails to do as we state .
It will frequently restore gray an& i
faded hair to its original color, pro. .
vided the loss of color has been caw-
ed by disease ;yet it is in no sOne
a dye. Rexall "93" Hair Tonic as I
complish these results by makig-
every hair root, follicle and pigmn 'a
gland strong and active, and by otte
ulating a natural flow of coloring pl
ment throughout the hair cells .
Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is eti.-
free from grease or sediment, aat-
exceedingly pleasant to use and -W
not gum the hair or permanently ;
the clothing or pillows.
We exact no obligations or prormig- ;
-we simply ask you to give it .H
thorough trial and if not ti -
tell us and we will refund the .Om 4
you paid us for it. Two sizes, priem.-.
50 cents and $1.00. Remember ygg
can obtain it in Daytona only at,
store. The Rexall Store .GartkMA:

Mrs. IL E. Starr returned Satu" "
and is again at Daytona Beach for &
winter .

"After eight months of slumber t
Daytona Daily News agaia gre
the public for the fifth season of
publication," says that paper in
issue of December 1st, the first
ber of the season. It says that
improvements are contemplated
this season's Daily News-but
no promises will be made.
wisdom. A unique feature is four
umns devoted to descriptio s of
facts about nearby cities,
half column wide advertieement
business concerns in each city, flMnl
ing the descriptions of the respettd=Z
cities on both sides, making two
umns devoted to each. This featMU
looks quite handsome and should bh
effective as it is original. An- tf''
novelty is the advertisement of -
Chinese laundry giving his price Ut
The Daily News has eight six colal
! pages and is filled with news andt -
Svertisements.-Jacksonville Timea -'

Wiley Melton, of Kingston, retal
ed by train from Oak Hill Saturds

Asa Paine returned from Jackag '-
ville with his automobile Frider,
leaving Jacksonville at 8:00 a. UE
and reaching home about 5:00 p. &
He made the trip to St. AugustW- .
in two hours and fifteen minutes,-
but remained in the Ancient City mt.:
some time. The road, he says, W \
fairly good, with the exception, ot
one place north of St. Augusta,,j

where logging had made the Wt
loose and sandy. -

(First pub. Dec. 11; last Jan- *31
In County Court,
, Volusia County, Florida.
,By the County Judge of said CountRS
Whereas, .Julia Singleton 1 as a21 -
plied to this Court for Lett.-rs at
Administration on th-- estate o
Horatce .e.I d eceasd., la'e of biaSir
"(_'unty oi Volusi;a.
".. the'refor-.r t, *-i at :.
:,!:<:,,n.s. .il and singular ti., kindrelt
S:: 'i rs '.. of said d '-'.'- ---d. t ,
** ;a:id :t'p-;-'r before' t'his (.'*'Ir't, On
o: !,- .fo,'a-" the .,I, e:-:th day ,I .Jana-
;,ry A. D. I: l, and fil, o, j..,.ion i
if anyv th-yv have. to Ltie .!:untiS
Si'rs as! ai:'- 'stid, oth rwis. the
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.Josie Rogers returned Mon- SUGAR CANE SHOULD BE A
I.Chicago where she has been! PAYING CROP AT DAYTONA
Vast two months or more.
o In evidence that sugar cane can be
H. White received Monday, a successfully grown here M. H. Zuber
6e 40-horse power White steam was exhibiting on Monday, sugar
d n mahogany He cane ten feet in height and six inch-
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SEABREEZE, Dec. 6-The Sea-
reze Promotion Leaz-e net 0 Now is the tim
thursday and Friday nights of last
eek The committee on so.icitatio_ *
ported progress and were continued the case. W e
was decided to send a man to
acksonvllle to place advertising mat- O you in quality,
r where it would do the most good.
The Stanton Foundry Company,of pr
ilatka, through their agent, who wa priV.
ere last week, purchased all the
on from the Colonnades ruins, and
is being hauled off for shipment.
eared of this rubbish S. H. Cove,
ho has the contract, will level it up
id sow to Italian rye. E.T. Conrad & (
Mrs. D. H. Fritts' brother-in-law
id sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Dock, ********"
f Spokane, Wash., arrived from Chi-
ago Friday and are established for
le season in the Bernard cottage on
cean Boulevard Mrs. Fritts will SANTA CLAUS HEADQ
e joined by her daughters, Miss Lou-
se and Mrs. H. L. Watters and lit- TH H
e boy, sometime next month Mrs. 9W.H CDR E
ritts and family spent several win- B.
ers in Seabreeze and her friends will 45-49 West Bay St.,
e glad to note her return.
Rev. C. C. Gillett was guest of J.
talph Wilcox Saturday and Sunday
t his Tomoka home. The trip was 0 YOUR C
lade in Mr. Wilcox's boat.
Mr. Lund is still quite ill. Dr. SHOPF
.lock, attendant physician, called Dr.
ktwood in consultation Sunday morn-
A. Vandevorde has the contract
o lay sidewalk from corner of Mrs.
. A. Coburn's pretty bungalow to u nited Assortment Holiday Statioery.
)ra street, which includes the follow- Leather Novelties, Facy Goods. Cut
ig properties: Mrs. W. A. Baggett, and Unramed Pictures 1
. Z. Burdick, Mrs .Wetherby, and
. Z. Burdick again. This will com- KODAKS and Photo Supplies.
lete the block from Earle to Ora Sportin
n West Side of the avenue, an im-
rovement especially appreciated by OFFICE Furniture, S
he school children .
Geo. L. L. Smith is having cement
idewain. taid in front of his two res-
lence lots on Pinewood avenue. _hm-pgu_- hu---.- -_
D. F. O'Neil and family arrived
ast Friday and are located in C. F.
3urgman's cottage on Halifax avenue.
Miss Stella Mims came up from Co-
oa last week on a short visit with
er sister, Mrs. Wakefield, and fam- E. L. bTEWART
Mrs. H. S.Morrison was over from Physician and Surgeon
Lake Helen for a day or two last Special attention to diseases of the
reek, looking after her property in- Eye, Ear. Throat and Nose. Office
crests here. and residence. Magnolia avenne. 3rd
rests here. door west of P. ., telephone 82.
W. J. Babcock, daughter, and her o)ffce hours 9a. m. to9p m.
husband, Mr .and -irs. Brainard, ar-
ived from the north and northwest G. A. i LOCK
ast week and will spend the winter
at Mr .Babcock's home on Pinewood Physician and Surgeon
avenue. Associated with R.O. Cooley, M. TD.
Special attention given to diseases of
VISITS DAYTONA AFTER the Eye, Eye, Nose and Throat. Ofllce
TWENTY SIX YEARS. hours 7 to 9a.m., 1 to 4 and 7 to p. m.
Dr. Henry Bartlett, of Paris, broth-
>f Mrs. Wiley Abercrombie, of New M. JOSIE ROGERS, M. D.
Smyrna, spent Saturday with theI
Misses Abercrombie and brother. It homeopathic Physician
ias been nearly twenty-five years No 453 North Beach Street.
since Mr. Bartlett was in Daytona, Office Hours. 12:30 to 2:30 and 6:00,
ind he had no comprehension of the to 7:30.
wonderful development of this vi- Telephone No. 122.
einity. Mr. Abercrombie gave him
an automobile ride on the beach, ) ROY -OWCX M. D-
mnd he is charmed with Daytona and
the peninsula towns, and says he has Physician and Surgeon.
seen nothing as beautiful in all his Office and residence: 123 So. Ridge-
travels abroad. Mr. Bartlett left wood Avenue, opp Ridgewood Ho-
Sunday to join his daughter in tel Phone 175. Office hours: 9 to
Paris. 11 a. m., 2 to 4and 6:30 to 8 p. m.

Architect Builder and
From Saturday's Daily:
The two fine cruising yachts, Stran- Contractor
ger- and Scout, which have been quar- Residence and office, northeast cor-
tered here ..uring the summer, left nor Ridgewood and Volusia ave.
today for Miami, where they will Phone 89. Daytona. Fla
cruise with parties from New Havea.
Conn., and Boston, Mass. I Dr. Bohannon's
The Stranger is in command of the HOSPITAL and SANITARIUM,
owner of the boats, Capt. C. R. Melov First Avenuei. Daytonam. Fn.

Sho is accompai:ied by his wife. furnish d fid ftt-d throughout with all
hil Ca. Ed te is -hospitil conveniences. Thoroughly
while Capt. G. Ed Kitchell is in equipp-d op-rntlrn room on seoonil
charge of the Scout, having come up f loor. For ti rms address
from Miami for that purpose. Capt. C. C. BOHANNON, M. D.
Kitchell at one time was a resent I Phone sis. DAYTONA. FLORIDA.
of Seabreeze, but has not visited 8
here for eighteen years. iJ. SCli4N IDER. %. D.
Both yachts are models of conven- Physician and Surgeon.
ience and comfort in all their arrange-
ments. Tho Stranger, somewhat lar- 302 North Ridgewood
ger than the Scout, was built at New Phone 193. Daytona, Florida
Haven, Conn., Capt. Meloy's old home 3 Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m.,
while the Scout was constructed at 6 to 8 p. m.
Miami. Both were designed by their -----
owner .
Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard and Mr.
Medals were awarded Nelson Longe and Mrs. Wilson, of Hartford, Conn.,
Raymond Grvene, and Duncan Mills are domiciled in the Moore cottage or
as first, ,eovd and third honors by Third avenue for the winter.
Rev. A. .1. Wilder for good deport-
muent and regular attendance at St.
Mars i urch Sunday morning. Mrs. Sarah Ralston, of Wilkins
burg, Pa., arrived last Friday an(
A cow owned by H. H. Mills, of has taken rooms in the Carson cot
BaKer street, one day last week pre- stage on Ridgewood avenue.
sented her owner with twin calves
-a rather rare occurrence. The Mrs. S. .4. Ryan, who conducts he
calves are both fine. healthy little millinery business on the houseboat
..-.t,,p ..w-ith ohnnt the same mark- has leased the Roxby rooms up-stair

ie to buy by

can please

quantity and


0o's. old stand.

Mrs .E. A. Lapp was a Daytmasv
* itor Monday.

Fred Newcoab came over 'fra
*: Sanford Monday to go to work here.
01 -
: Miss Miller, of Minneapols, has a
suite of rooms at the Carson house on
North Ridgewood.
Commouore C. G. Burgoyne, it is
,said, has purchased a ney 60 h. p.
0 Stearns automobile.

John Bailey, the mute, wll open a
shoe repairing shop on The Stillman
grounds, Beach street.

Haute, Ind., are spending the winter
at the Woodlawn.

L !Donald Gunn and family removed
Last week from West Magnolia ave-
nue to Daytona Beach .
Mrs. H. A. McClees, who owns a
beautiful home just above Ormond,
was a visitor to Daytona Monday.

L. T. Farlow went to Titusville
Monday night to complete some elec-
tric work he was engaged in at that
T. A. Snider's chauffer came down
from Jacksonville by way of St. Aug-
ustine with Mr. Snider's new car,
last Saturday.
Mrs .Masson and daughter, Miss
Masson, of North Conway, N. H.,
have taken the C. Nash cottage on
L. Volusia avenue for the season.

; Mr. and Mrs. -. D. Eckler arrived
ectfioal BoolCesst Monday from Cooperstown, N. Y.,
and are at their home, purchased
last season, onSouth Palmetto avenue

0 00000 Mrs- H. D. Fluhart joined Mr. Flu-
hart in Jacksonville Friday of last
week, and they returned together
from that city Monday night.
Commissioner W. D. Bradshaw was
Fitzgerald & Oates a DeLand visitor Monday and Tues-
day attending the monthly meeting
Attorneys at Law of the Board of County Commissioners
Special Attention to Examining and
Perfecting Land Titles. Miss Alma Balmer arrived Satur-
day night from Savannah, Ga., for
Conrad Block DAYTONA. FLA. a visit with her uncle, W. H. Gardi-
ner and family, on South Palmetto
Carv D. Tandis Bert Fish avenue .
LANDIS & FiSHA stag party consisting of about a
Attorneys at Law dozen from this city with several ad-
Practicing In al State and Federal editions at Port Orange, made a boat
Courts Civil or Criminal business giv- trip down the river Sunday and en-
en careful attention. Special ftacilities
for investigatin and perfecting titles, joyed a picnic dinner and oyster bake.
DelAnd. Florida.
J. B. Case was in the city from
TITLES INSURED Port Orange, Monday, for the first
Volusia County Abstract. Investment time since his return several weeks
and Title Insurance Company. ago from a two or three months'
Abstracts furnished and titles perfect- visit to his old home in New Jersey.
ed. Ma Plats and Blue Print sup-
piled. Bert Fish. Pres. Carey D. Landl,
lva ndTras. Opposite Volu ta Co. James Kincaid was able to be out
Bank, DeLand. Fla.
in a whee I chair Sunday for the first
time since he was taken ill, and on
D. D. & C. M. ROGERS Monday he mane a visit to his place
Civil nineer of business on North Beach street.
Civil Engineers
DAYTONA FLA. Mr. and -.rs, Thos. H. White ar-
rived Monday afternoon from Cleve-
Daytona Office Established 1875 land, Ohio, and at preset are in Mrs.
L. 0. Rawson's residence on South
Daytona Private Hos- Beach street.
pital and Sanitarium
Everyfacllityforthepropertreatment From Tuesday's Daily:
and care of medical and surgical cases. The dance at the Daytona Opera
quiet surroundings. Special attention House was more largely attended last
given to all patients. Terms on appll- night (Monday) than at any previous
cation. No 4.' 8. Beach St.. Daytona.
Dr. G. A KLOCK t time. There was also a large num-
Phystlcan in Charge. ber of interested spectators .

C.C. BOHANNON. D. Mr. and Mrs. E. F Russell, of
North Beach street, recently from Or-
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, mond, are the parents of a fine girl
baby. born Friday night of last we-:k.
Office in Atwood block. up stairs. Dr. G. A. Klock was the stork's as-
: sistant.
Daytona, Florida.
Miss Georgia McDonald, who had
GEO. WRAY charge of The Howard dining room
Last season, and who has many
Dealer in Pianos, friends in Daytona. is now in Jack-
Player Pianos, sonville. where she expects to spend
the winter.
Pianos to Rent. 9
Concert TunerV. B. Chittenden had the front
wheel of his bicycle crushed Monday
!morning by an automobile running
Miss Dora Weher has entered the against it as it stood at the curbing
Miss Dora Wehner has entered the in front of so. The
Semploy of the Peck-nendricks Co. in front ofDunn Briothers' store. The
i I owner of the cir apologized for the

R. S. Maley returned Sunday night
o from a business trip to New York.

I W. ... Gardiner's friei.ds will be
- glad to kno-v that he is now making
a marked and rapid improvement.
From Monday's Daily:
r Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Matthews and
, party of fifteen came over from Or-
s lando in automobiles and enjoyed yes-

accident and paid for the necessary

F. 1m. Twining has purchased the
Thom'%s MIrtin property on West
1Matinoli avenue. Mr. and Mrs.
Twining will occupy the house as
soon ;as their hous<-ho:d ,-roois arriv-
from the north. Mr. and M:s. Mar-
tin and their daughter and son-i: -
law, -Mr. and .,,rs. Chapman, will re-



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"Si. F.l, Ils HIiST NEETIl OF.SEASON. AD. fI A TOWSIT. M ns orked in all degrees
.... "-- _____ regular meeting Thursday afterao.lh
and evening, and[ also elected the
Efoo.in officers for the ensuing.
John W. Williams, Excellent High
"The street committee took on a Tne first meeting for the season ASHBY TRACTS. F.T. Peck, Treasurer, and A. H.
heavy deficit at the beginning of the cf the Palmetto Club was held Thurs- Carter, Secretary.
Messrs. D. D. & C. M. Rogers, who Following the usual custom, sup-
present administration," said Alder- day afternoon .
are in charge of the engineering per was served at 7:00 p. m. in the
man Mills, who is also a member of The roil cad showed between sev-
work for Howe & Currier, who banq~:et room of the Masonic Hall,
the street committee. "The street enty-five and eighty members pres- are owners of thousands of acres after which business was resumed
are owners of thousands of acres after which business was resumed.
committee had intended repairing all ent. Most of them responded with of land near Indian Springs and Lake The selections for the appointive
of land near Indian Springs and Lake The selections for the appointive
the city thoroughfares, but the al- apt and pleasing quotations.
the city thoroughfares, but the al- apt and pleasing quotations Ashby, this county, are busy prepar- offices will be made knov-n on the
most depleted condition of the street The President, Mrs. M. DeCantil- m islato
S ing profile maps and data with a night of installation.
funds will prohibit further work un- lion Stillman, gave her greeting in
a view to draining the vast tracts.
less some miracle turns up," contin- her bright and charming manner, wel- a ie t r t a
ued Mr. Mills. 'o-ning each and all ,but paused to The matter of drainage will be Dr. J. H. Piersoi and M. B. Ault-
It seems that the big steam roller pi.y a tribute to Mrs. Laurence gone into very toroughly this winter. man are the g*,sts of G. -Walbaum,
The land which was placed on the
had been "spiked," with the inten- Thompson, in whom all feel the The land wNhch was p ce on of Ormond, at his hunting camp at
tion of using it to tear up the cover- clue has lost a faithful member, ear- Harwood, the doctor having accompa-
ed north into Spruce Creek Thnied Mr. Walbaum in his car and
ing of Ridgewood avenue, with the in- nest, worker and loving friend. ed north into Spruce Creek. Then hs ar and
tention of recoating that thoroughfare Mrs. Ensley ,accompanied by Miss profile maps show that the land has Mr. Aultman having gone up by train
but it was found that the roller did Williaume ,sang most sweetly, "0, oer twice as much fall as s neces- Thursuay afternoon lor a ay or two
not have power enough to move with Dry Those Tears," and later sang sary to carry of the water, the av- of sport They expect to return Sat-
crage land in this section being about, urda.-
the spikes attached. So that plan "Loch Lomond," by Malcom Lawson. r y.
.3 feet above tide water. Mr. Rog-
had to be given up Mrs .G. B. Seaman, having been a
ers will go over the line of the main
Several streets have been repaired delegate to the State Federation of drainage canal aa next e, and
but it seems that the work must stop \Wlomen's Clubs, which met at Palat- a x ,
until tax money again comes in. ka last month, g;.,re : full and very
tor the cut every huute -aed feet, sake
Mr. Mills says he is in favor of aL'.e report. ,, th cut -ni fot and
Mr. Mills says is in favor of ae report. lo.e & Curri-r will then be ready the full confidence of the Well-Informed
tile city borrowingSl $i00 to enable She spoke of ho':v nmuch many of the 1
Sc o t n S s .o 0 receive bids for the excavation. 1 of the World and the Commendation of
the repair work to go on. lie is of other clubs were doing for their
the opinion that the present revenues i;oiie Ctowns and urged the Palmetto estimated that there wi.l be over the most eminent physicians it was essen-
Wite ocubit:yurrds of material to be -
of the city are not sufficient to meet Club to "be up and doing." I'alatka t"a cubi. yards of n ial to be tl that thp component parts of Syrup
neiaoved. The drainage o. ever:.
th;e demands and th::t additional rev- gave the delegates a royal wecoime cf Fi..s and Eli:ir of Senna should be
ecue will have to be raised next year. Stores and buildings were gaily dec- ide of Lak shby willnrd by them; therealso
colors, mirovided for .w-ing the wi;.ter ,ioiiti:m l to '" :t .proved by them; there
orated in the Federation colors, green -rovided for aring th wit .ont
and gold; and even the men and bos o that the settlers in that section fore, the California Fig Syrup Co. pub-
Sl.-xld.d ; hearty welcomee. The Pa- v1in be we;l taken (are of. esa full tat:nt with every package.
latka club women spant a thousand Among other improvements co ten- P,,- -rr)fect purity and uniformity of pro-
RUL oS Of i ROAD. dollars in cleaning up and beautify- led by the owners ar the layig t, wh-h they demand in a laxative
te city par, and te council, out of the ton n sites of Indian
She city par, and the council, springs and Alamana ,the later ot1 :u-dy of an ethical character, are assured
RAPIDLY INCREASING NUMBER ernest workers, voted them whichh v.ill be the name of the new .y the Company's original method of man-
RAPIDLY ImNCREAING NUMBER such earnest workers, voted them
Sown to be established on the north ;-facturc known to the Company only.
O9 VEHICLES UPON THE CITY'S $15.(0 a month to be used in helping
F VEHICLES UPON THE CITY o keep up the park. shoe of Lake Ashby. Mr. Rogers The figs of California are used in the
STREETS DEMANDS SOME REG- The delegates were given a boat will plat these towns within the reductionn of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of
trip to San Mateo, where they re- :ext two weeks. -enna to promote the pleasant taste, but
ULATiON. ceived a delightful welcome, and George Moody will erect a good *.. medicinal principles are obtained from
It is becoming more and more ap- though the club consists of only sized hotel buildingat ndian Springs a :tsknown to act most beneficially.
parent that if accidents are to be twenty members, they showed they they arrive. Mr. Moody will also To get its beneficial effects always buy
avoided in this city it will be neces- were earnest and useful workers.they arrive. Mr. Moody wil a he nuinemanufactd by th C
sary for all vehicles to conform to Mrs. Raynor, who acted as sub- erect a large store buidin a first class he gnuinema Co only, and by the al
the rules of the road, as they are en- stitute for the president, also gave da n Sprngs and put n a first class Fig Syrup o. only, and for
forced in all well regulated cities and a fine report, and urged the Palmet- o o
with which the drivers of automo- to Club to do more active outside Provision will be made for a hotel
biles particularly are familiar. work .
Many of the accidents of the past, She spoke highly of the good the also
fortunately none of them resulting fa- Federation had accomplished, not onl Actualsettlers are arriving almost
tally, have been due to carelessness to each club, but ot each individual daily now, and beginning improve-
In the observation of these rules, member. mets on their farms and everything
Moving with the speed even ordi- Mrs. Raynor also read a very in- points to a large and successful col- SECTIONAL
narily attained by automobiles, there teresting paper by Mrs. Kirk Mun- ony in that section of the county BOOKCASES
is little time to correct an error of roe on Etiquette, and work in wo- Asasantm of
position, especially on a sharp cor- men's clubs, which ended by saying, qualitrand
ner and with another automobile or club work was always beneficial. Carl Sparks who spent the summer woMn .
a bicycle with which to reckon. Mrs. Huston announced the next iq New York state, returned to Day-
Another matter that will sooner or meeting, coming on the 23rd, would tona Thursday afternoon. Start with One or
later cause trouble, is the practice be a Christmas afternoon, and the More Sed to..
of drawing up to the curb from eith- members werf asked to bring gifts 4
er right or left. Quite often a puz- for the Cluj' home, and it was hop- $ You can always add to your li-
zling performance to "the other fel- ed that some would bring candies for brary as necessity demands.
low" wrh is not a mind reader. the Club family and all would bring "Gunn" Sectional Bookcases
While this subject was being dis- Christmas cheer. are made in all standard woods
cussed recently among several citi- The civic movement committee hop- and fishes to correspond with
zens ,Alderman Heymann approached ed Santa Claus would not forget to d either home or office furnish-
the group and on learning of the mat- include a few shrubs and potted A and when stacked side by
ter under discussion stated that he plants to help adorn the club grounds w side and locked securely together
already had prepared the necessary as well as the rooms ROK ER they have the appearance of one
rules and regulations for presenta- Members were urged to join the ---" "" solid case.
ticn :,t the next meeting of the city different departments. SOLID OAK For home or office there is no
council, so that some action looking There will be a meeting of the Civ- Finished golden, high back. double wwo'' bq: <:: that nth M nn
to the betterment of street traffic in iC Department on the 13th, at 3:00 a Rocke that yo would va $225 or bookcase that equa the G n.
this respect may be looked for from P. mn., and the Philanthropic Depart- muke. Wha'Cas suot in lte. l;i the
this quarter ment meets the third Wednesday in prices one-churd Ies than yo, o i-. many advantages of the Gunn
All due precautions should be used each month at 10:00 a. m. Sdiefromusandshemied.a .System. |
to forestall and prevent disastrous The club officers were the hostess- p- p IH H 9 1A
and. possibly fatal collisions and oth- es for the afternoon The music was LDon't Pay Twvo Pro
er accidents occurring on the streets, in charge of Mrs. Bessie E. Rowe. dirat allogue Free
A social hour and a cup of tea was en IpIoA Camr Fa dOr yI
For Sale or Rent, Furnished. joyed, followed by a short business
Ten-room house at Coocoanut Grove meeting at which it was voted to "i sma. B i. Frid
Florida, fronting on Biscayne Bay, give $100.00 each, to the Civic and
opposite Cape Florida. Large grounds Philanthropic departments, the Civic
with tropical fruit in bearing. Dock



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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 ofe
that famous and 'idely-known brand of GROOVER SOFT SHOESi, whsh
are the standard for comfort and value Every pa olr? e tur smm
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famous English maker The soles aeof the finest tommm.and -
enough in themock welt lines to make them compare very favorably in
wearing qualities with the average welted shoe. and bring to the wearer
quality, comfort, durability and value, For sale only at
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collars two for twenty-five ce
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