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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
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Daytona gazette news
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: December 18, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
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Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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DAYTONA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY. DECERER 1L1909


sobainfn1 ABMnor omi


^ :- brotNer? You can.
t ie- Polltm ? -Never halid
d amd pretty things o
ends, Catchy Jewelry,
Hand Pain _-.M Chinas,
as &c., If it's new we

a CO., The Jeweler.

EC. Orth was in the city
j ond Wednesday- afternoon.

gpl,imonas at Peck-Hendrickl.s

Howes and' daughter, May,
visitors from Port Or-


over the things at Fletcher's
g your e 'CHRISTMAS
w-lt

. H. K. DuBols was in the city
kbmfty afternoon coming up from
-ange by train .

Plfine line of Ladles' Fall Hats at
beed Prices. THE BEE HIVE. w

armles Sitgleton, of La Grange,
a Daytona visitor Wednesday.
1Sbngletoni has numerous friends i
1t^ '*: -'f-. -s .. ; t
auaa ra f n. Gut
pleased to learn that she-is
-out awn after an ilnep.
Hpe weeks.

y things suitable for Christ-
.Pbesents can be found among
Iveirs at FLETCHER'S. w-lt

H. G. Porter left Wednesday
Eau Gallie and other points,
to Miami, where he will hold
Sunday.

NUTS for CHRISTMAS at
SSTORE also Ripe Tomatoes
SGrapes. w-lt


H. W. Packard, of Ormond, is at *A choice selection of Christmas
Dr. Bohannon's hospital for treat- Goods at MONK'S Curio Store. w-lt
ment and possibly to undergo an op-
Rev. Father J. F. O'Boyle was In
Ormond, Thursday, going up by train
*DplanA's Faru, Magnolia avenue, in the afternoon .
one block west of the waterworks,
1MW16iea streawbrries, rheu- -Phone 28 will call for your clean-
arb, eler-and poultry. w-tt ing and pressing. 0. S. Burnett. tf
STwo be with r Miss Kathryn Thorp went to Pal-
;w6r bedsteadsat$2 each one atka Thursday afternoon, to spend

ktOiene -heater. $2, at garage, 29 a few days in that city.
Bay street w-tf TW FURNISHED COT-
.. -, .". *TWO FURNISH HED COT-


-For Reat-Cottage or Rooms .for
light. housekeeping. Address Box 306,
Daytona Beach. 3t

R: H .McDonald is having an of-
fice room enclosed in the front of the
meat market, adding both to the com-
fort and appearance of his place.

*Santa Claus has made his head-
quarters at A. S. ALLAN'S POPULAR
IDRY- GOODS STORE this week. w

Mr. and Mrs. P. Brackett came
over from Orlando the first of the
week and spent a few days in the
"city. They left Wednesday for St.
Augustine .

*A. S. ALLAN'S POPULAR DRY
GOODS STORE is chock-a-block with
NOVELTIES of every description,
suitable for Presents to please all. w

Mrs. Mary Duck returned to the
city Wednesday night from Inter-
lachen, where she had been visiting
for a couple of weeks with her broth-
er,JpDr J. M. Jones. and wife.

*Closing-Out Sale of DOLLS and
TOYS at MONK'S Curio Store. w-lt

G. iH. Cantrell, of Jacksonville, and
IJe Dawson, c* Orlando, two travel-
ing men with many friends in this
City were registered at the City Ho-
tel Wednesday.

*See Dunn Bros.' 25-cent Christmas
window w-lt

Mr. and Mrs. F. Biskerstaff, of Col-
umbus, Ga., who have been spending
a few days in the city, left Wednesday
They are friends of the Misses Aber-


I. Peck returned Wednesday u
om Jacksonville, where he has
rating with his daughter, Mrs. *Why not have SODA WATER de-
Apason, .and family, livered at your door from the Day-
tona Bottling Works, where only pur
ha' and Ladies' BLANKET distilled water is used Try CAS-
iaitA Gents' Smoking Jackets CADE GINGER ALE-40 cents per
-HqNDRICKS CO'S. w-lt dozen- w-tf

..Maggie Diamond, of Savannah, Israel Putnam, wife and three chil-
in Daytona Tuesday night dren, of New York, are guests of the
f vit with her cousin, ,Mrs. -Saratoga Inn, South Beach street. Mr.
^b, and other friends. Putnam is building a handsome win-
..---- .. ter home at Ormond. His yacht, Ida
nd-hand range in B., is at the .Halifax River Yacht Club
t with e oven. MRS. wharf.
LaCrosse Villa. w-lt


Qo. 4. Rowe was one of the
A.-I Andberg when he
.4 "his automobile trip
t lowe deserted at
i-.nd r returned home Tues-
uays the Brevard county
equal to those of Volu-
ways.

:buy your CHRISTMAS
Of J. A. SHANKS & SON
-ure they are fresh and
w-lt "

to Dr. E. L. Stewart
K. Cox, of Xenia, Ill., an-
death of his sister, Mrs.
at her home in St.
morning of this week,
illness. Mr. Cox is
leere having spent sever-
the Cleveland and The


IUTOMOBILE OWNERS
that THE VULCANI-
here all the year round.
"on Cottage avenue.
W. S. McGREGOR.

Holmes and wife, of
., arrived Wednesday
spend the winter here.
0H olmes are friends of
L. H. Lesesne and
Island, Park, N.
during the past sum-
es will assist them
lace this winter, while
who is familiar with
-business, expects to be
local hardware stores.

Of LADIES' COAT


*A' full line of TIES, HAKNDKER-
CHIEFS, FANCY HOSE and other
articles suitable for Christmas Pres-
ents at, THE BEE HIVE. w-lt

Mr .and Mrs. G. S. Brower, of New
York state, who were located last
winter with Mr. and Mrs. John Case,
on Volusia avenue, arrived Sunday
night and will again occupy a part
of the Case residence. Mr .and Mrs.
Case will not come south until after
the holidays.

*Visit our Shoe Department-All
styles at lowest prices. OUR SPE-
CIALTY: GROVER SOFT SHOES for
TENDER FEET. Peck-Hendricks Co.

Number Nine, the magnificent or-
ange grove and show place to all
visitors who come to this section,
has been sold by Mrs. Bacon to a
northern gentleman by the name of
Hillery. Nuu Lt.r Nine is located a-
bout five miles north of the Hotel Or-
mond, and has for years been noted
as one of the prettiest places on the
East Coast of Florida.

*The Hand Painted Pins at the New
York Shop make excellent Christmas
gifts. Largest stock in the United
States. w-lt

The ladies of St. Marys' Guild made
decided success of their 25c sale Wed-
nesday afternoon. There were many
useful and dainty exhibits of needle
craft ,and a fairly clean sweep was
made before the closing hour. The
Girls 'Auxilliary served sandwiches.
coffee, Waldorf salad, and homemade
candy. They were well patronized.
and received many compliments ,as


TAGES five rooms-on Magnolia
avenue, for rent. 2-t GEO. WALTON.

Mary Caldwell, who has been visit-
ing with her aunt at Mt. Dora, re-
turned home Thursday morning.

*The children are greatly excited
over the beautiful DOLLS and ANI-
MALS displayed at A. S. ALLAN'S
POPULAR DRY GOODS STORE. w

Frank Ditman's boat is receiving
a new coat of paint, and Fulton Smith
is having a new cabin built on his
launch at McDonald's boat yard.

-For Sale or Rent-Six-room cottage
Ridgewood; electric lights, hot and
cold water, fire place, well furnished.
Lot 48 x 100 feet R. J. Malby.

Mrs. E. K. Pratt went to Ft. Lau-
derdale, Thursday afternoon to re-
main over Christmas. She will also
celebrate her birthday while away.

-:FOR RENT for season-house on
North Beach Street; all modern con
veniences; between Schmidt's Hote
and Prince George Hotel. Apply Ga
zette-News office.

Mrs. I .M. Mabbette made a busi-
ness trip to Jacksonville Wednesday,
returning Thursday afternoon. She
was accompanied by her little son
Edwin.

*CANDIES made to order by J. A.
SHANKS & SON. w-lt

M. 0. Fullum left Tuesday night
on his return to New York. Mr. Ful-
lim spent a few days here with his
wife, who is a cousin of Mrs. Elmer
Oliver and is visiting with her at
Daytona Beach.

*HANDKERCHIEFS of all styles
and at all prices for Christmas at the
PECK-HENDRICKS CO. Store. w-lt

Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Smailes and
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Riggs, of Etna
Green, Ind., will form a pleasant cruis
ing party for a trip southward aboard
Mf. Smailes' houseboat. The Gull, as
soon as she is put in commission at
McDonalds' boat yard.

*The finest line of CHRISTMAS
CANDIES to be found in the city
is at J. SHANKS & SON'S wit

Daytona High School sends three
representatives to the Oratorical Con-
test at the State Teachers' Associa-
tion which convenes at DeLand the
27th, 28th and 29th of this month, as
follows, Misses Winifred Kingston,
Flossie Bingham and Alan Shaw.

*Finest and largest assortment of
DRAWN WORK ever offered in Day-
tona at PECK-HENDRICK'S. w-It

Mrs. R. C. Tremain, who has been
a patient at Dr. Bohannons' Hospit-
al since her hip was fractured in a
fall from a bus at Daytona Beach
many weeks ago, left Thursday after-
noon for her home at Mt. Dora. She
was accompanied by her husband,
who arrived by the early morning
train from Mt. Dora.

*Make the children happy with very
little outl of cash on your part
by visiting the A. S. ALLAN POPU-
LAR DRY GOODS STORE and sel-
ecting some of the many beautiful
presents on display, at such reason-
able prices, w

J. D. Holmes, of the well known
Baker & Holmes Company, of Jackson
ville, stopped over in the city
Thursday, with C. C. Hudson, who
travels for the firm. Mr. Holmes
was returning to Jacksonville from
Miami, where they conduct a branch


house. He spoke in very complimen-
tary terms of Daytona.

*Maxwell Touring car for hire by,


EXAlTE RUL M

BASNAICou


TE'S


FOR THE CHARITY BALL TO BE
GIVEN AT THE ARMORY NEW


YEAR'S EVE.


Exalted Ruler J. D. C. Morris of
Daytona Lodge No. 1141, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, has
named the committees for the
Charity Ball to be given at the Ar-
mory New Year's Eve. The commit-
tees are as follows, although addi-
tions may be made to some of them:
Decorations-Chas. E. Gardiner, R.
H. Lesesne and John E. Price, Jr.
Invitation-T. E. Fitzgerald, F. J.
Niver and J. D Maley.
Refreshments Chris Gougherty,
F. M. Rowe and F. D. Spring.
Music-Henry T. Titus, Garth B.
Young and E. F. Oates.
Reception-F. N. Conrad, S. B. Wil-
son V L Gunin Henrw Snchmid T W


SRnRRER Dec. 16 -Thie St-
breeze school will dose FrWWs ftar
.oon untilJanuary 4th, for the Ckt
mas holidays The different gaWm
will have Christmas program drg
the afternoon. The pupils am aFelrmt
hunting the woods for evegmrea
for decorating purposes.
Mrs. J. A. Coburn returned last Sat.
urday from Kissimmee, where she
left Mr. Coburn, with whom she had
been traveling through Southern Flor-
ida for a week or more Mr- Cobom
is expected home from Palatka Friday
night to spend two or three days with
his family. In the meantime the
public will enjoy two evenings with
Coburn 's minstrels.
C. H. Moses and wife, of Chicago,


ALLIGATOR BAGS-
SOUVENIR WATCHES-
DIAMOND RINGS and other Jewelry
Novelties for Christmas, at-
Wallaces-Art and Jewelry store

WALLACE'S
Curio's, Souvenirs, and Jewelry

*See Dunn Bros.' 10-cent counter.

Col .W. M. Shaflter returned from
DeLand the early part of the week,
where he had been on professional
business.

-Ferns and pot plants for sale at
Geo. Dittman's, S. Ridgewood Avenue
first house south of South canaL

Mrs. Phoebe Wetherby arrived Thurs
day night from Cincinnati, Ohio, and
will spend the winter here with Mrs.
J. Gardiner and daughter, on Myrtle
avenue, being a personal friend of
the family.

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

A 24-horse power Lathrop engine
arrived ths week at the F. E. C. de-
pot for H. A. Perkins to be used in
the new boat he has nearly complet-
ed at his home on North Ridgewood
avenue, and which he proposes to
use as an excursion boat during the
resent season .

*The finest line of home-made Can-
dies at J. A. SHANKS & SON'S. w-lt

James Kincaid and little sons,
Rodney and Marion, accompanied Mr.
Kinqaid's sister, Mrs. F. D. Warren,
on her return to Gainesville Thurs-
day afternoon. They will visit for a
couple weeks or more, hoping the
change will benefit Mr. Kincaid,
who has noti vet fll reov-iraep frnm


Floor-J. D. C. Morris, M. B. Ault-
man, L. H. Rowe, C. S. Simonds, F.
S. Clapp P. C. Rodgers, L. M. Waite,
A. H. Schmidt, J. H. Allen, E. D.
Langworthy, S. D. Jordan and E. L.
Powe.


and H. L Schliter, of Meridan, Conn.

arrived Tuesday night % and have
rooms at the Budgen home on Pine-
wood avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sheets, of
Grand Lodge, Mich., arrived from the


The music for the ball will be by north on -onday night, southbound.,
the Crystal Theatre orchestra, under and wll spend the winter with Mm
the direction of W. P. Woods. P. Olds, Mrs. Sheets' mother .
As the name implies, this ball will Mr. andMrs. Geo. Town and tw
be given for the benefit of sweet young daughters, Doris and Julia, will
arrive Friday or Saturday night from
charity and the proceeds will beode- arrive Fn dayor ath niht froa
posited in the exchequer of the Elks'I Lansing, Mich., for the winter, and
charity fund. 1 possibly will make this their perma-
Invitations will be sent out the nent home. They will occupy the
latter part of the week to a list of rorth apartment of the Holmes' res-


*y Midence on Valley street Mrs. Town
his severe illness. names now in the hands of the invi- idence on Var e street Mrs. Town
station committee, but any person, daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Holmes.
tation committee, but any person,.
*The latest: BO-PEEP and KITTY whether an Elk or not, who may Mr. Holmes has just completed con.
CAT BLANKETS for the BABY at desire invitations for friends are re- sderable improvement on his home
PECK-HENDRICKS CO'S. w-lt quested to hand in names to some
member of the invitation committee. en, water tank and piping for bath
a Mrs. El thr room, etc. Also the interior lower
M and Mrs. Eli Mustin, their -- .. floor rooms have been freshly tinted
daughter, Louise, and son, Albert, floor ro omstt and decorated t
arrived yesterday and will spend ALL Mrs .Emma D. Taylor, cf Rochester
the holiday season with Mr. and Mrs.Y., arrived Wednesday night and
J. D. Robertson. Mrs. Mustin is the; LL AND N DEAT aive enesanigt and
dgeorsVillspend the winter with Mr. and
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert-h Mrs. Abercrombie, on Valley street.
son. Mr. Mustin is manager of the P. J. Doyle, owner of the Prospect It will be good news to the many
1:ustin-Robertson Co., the largest, on Ridgewood avenue, received a tel- friends of Mr. and :.Irs. Walter Clark
vw wholesale grocery house in Asheville, I gram a few days since conveying t., learn that they will spend the win-
N. C. information of the illness of his broth ter on the peninsula, and expect to
er, James Doyle, at his New York arrive by Jan. 1st
For Sale or Rent, Furnished. home. Wednesday night a second The Ladies Sewing Circle met with
Ten-room house at Coocoanut Grove message was received advising him to Mrs. Bianchi Wednesday afternoon.
Florida, fronting on Biscayne Bay, come at once and he left next morning The ladies are making preparation
opposite Cape Florida. Large grounds n t The ladies are making preparation
with tropical fruit in bearing. Dock on the early train, but another tele for their annual bazaar.
on water front Fishing facilities un- gram came after his departure, and At the earnest solicitation of his
surpassed. Automobile and yacht about the time he would reach Jack- Seabreeze congregation Dr. Marsh has
furnished if desired. Modern lmprov sonville, announcing his brother's consented to continue his mission
ments Apply to P. 0. Box 308, Mi- death consented to continue his mission
ami, Fla. death work at the Seabreeze church Sunday,
Mr. Doyle was a very wealthy bach- afternoon
elor with large property interests at Mr. and Mrs. Eastwood, of Aurora,
Coney Island. He also owned proper- nI., arrived Tuesday night and are
PORT ORANGE ty in Jacksonville and several fine laed-on Grandview avenue.
orange groves on Lake Harris and had Miss Lena Tolinson is at home
PORT ORANGE, Dec. 16 Miss just returned to New York from the for the Christmas holidays from her
DuBois has filled in her river front, latter place when he contracted pneu- school at Braddock.
which is a great improvement. monia which caused his death M
which is a great improvement Mr. Doyle a sa guest of the Col- Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Wells ar
Mr. Stockman has repainted and onnades:about four years ago and in- rived this week from Southbridge,
reshingled his house on th e river tended to visit here with his brother Mass., and are established in their
shore. and Mrs. Doyle this winter handsome river front home. Mr. Del-
Johnson Brothers have begun their and Mrs. Doyle this winterMayne, Mr. Wells' chauffeur, came
regular trips to Daytona with their! down with Mr. Wells 'new Packard
launch, the Jennie B. It is a great' -Dr. Houghton, Dentist, west end car. He was accompanied by his wife.
convenience to our people, and the South Bridge, Peck Block, phone 32. and they will spend the winter at the
boat is well patronized. Schmidt boarding house.
We have street lamps now on the R. T. Butler has just returned from
corner of Dunlawton avenue and a business trip to Ocala and Palatka.
Orange street, as well as on the W[hIIM ANNI[RW AY Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Chesebrough,
corner of Dunlawton avenue and La- of New York, are recent arrivals at
f.ayette street, which are great im- One of the pretties an most de- Princess Issena
provements. Dunlawton avenue is tful social functions of the las The town council has had new
very well lighted now from the rail- lamps erected in places as most need-
rjad station to the river jst opening, was the forty-sixth wed- ed on the street.
road station to the river.g anniversary of Mr. and 3rs ed on the street.
Friday, the tenth, Lloyd Mc- ng anniversary oful, Minn., who areas Mrs. C. K. Smith, of Atlanta, is
Donaca invited our young people to regular winter tourists, and are this visiting her sister, Mrs. Palmer Wal-
a cane-grinding. ^ere were about season established in one of the Chit- tour, on Atlantic avenue.
t: ree miles to drive; wagons well tenden cottages on Ridgewood avenueC
filled with hay were provided and The entertainment, which was in CELEBRATED EIGHTIETH
tthe nature of a bridge party, besides ANNIVERSARY OF BIRTH.
and cane-grinding was enyoyed. the host and hostess, and accomplish-[
er daughter, Miss Catharine Hart, was A pleasant social event occurred on
- Plank's Chill Tonic for Malaria, participated in by Madam Cornwall, Tuesday evening when Wm. Allen
guaranteed. Aol druggists. 2 ly cMr. and Mrs. Matthew P. Cornwall, was tendered a birthday party by his
of Pattison, New York, Messrs. A. H. daughter, Mrs. Emma Edick, at their
TWO BOATS FROM UP Lane and Edgar Lane, of Boston, and home on Vi. i-sia avenue.
THE COAST ARRIVED. A. D. Young, of Dillon, Mont.
Following an enjoyable game the Twenty-three persons were pres-
The launch, W. W.., owned by Wil- guests were invited into the dining ent to wish 1Mr. Allen many happy
son Austin, of Daytona, and the house room where an elegant wedding sup- returns of the anniversary, which was
Loat Ernestine, owned by C. Steuben- per was served. The table decora- the eightieth since his birth.
board ,of New York, arrived in port tions wore roses and sw'vt peas. The Mr. Allens' great granddaughter,
yesterday afternoon from Daytona.The most tempting of many handsome little Gladys Bclisario, recited a birth-
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former boat will remain for the win-
ter months, and enter the party boat
business, while the latter will be used


the ho-ir or trip. Careful driver. by her owner to cruise and fish in ad-
Prices reasonable. Orders can be jacent waters during the next sever-
left with L. H. Rowe & Co., Jewelers, el months. Capt. L. H. Barber, of Day-
._ _,--, i i, u t '.t--tr Tan. ~er-1, r nna nilotedr the T rnrstine to 1iarnmi


S!sil'Servfe'vd, and attractingill"? r i ox v. u es ti.e a.mu a.-.LyUame -i. ipie
attention even than the wedding cake and Rena Belisario entertained the
was a cut glass bowl of lu'-ious Day- company with music.
tcna strawberries. Refreshments were served and an
enjoyable evening spent by the as
*"For Rent," "Furnished Rooms," s' mbled company, most of whom
"Fr Mire" and "Table Board' 'nla- ,.ere old friends of the family from


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M. Hankins, Bert Fish, D. P. Smith arrived last week and are occupying
. C. Smith, Louis Ader, Sea- Mr. Leland's cottage on Grandview
W. C. Smith, Louis Adler, G. B. Sea-
man, Geo. F. Crouch, John E. Price, avenue.
Sr and William Jackson. Walter Mason, Theodore F. Baly









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Norman S. Dayton,


Lumber,


* Legal Notices *


- First pub. Oct. s; last pub. Dec. 11.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed have bo-en appointed by the County
Judge of Volusia County. Florida, execu-
tors of the estate of Edward White. late
deceased, of said county, and have duly
qualified as such executors.
All creditors, legatees, distributes, and
all persons having clains or demands
against said estate, are hereby notified to
present the same, duly authenticated, to
the undersigned within the time prescribed
by law, or the same will be forever barred.
CATHRKRINE M. WHITE,
HAROLD E. WHITon,
Executors.
221 Park avenue, Plainfield. New Jersey.
October 13, 1909.
NMAxsoN and WILLIAM N. RUNYO4N,
Attorneys.

(First pub. Oct. 30; last pub- Dec. IS i
Executor's Notice.
In County Judge's Court, f
Volusia County, Florida. %
In the matter of the estate of Delia A.
Kitchell, deceased.
Notice is hereby given to all creditors,
legatees, and all persons having any de-
mnands against the estate of Delia A. Kitch-
ell, deceased, to present the same to the
undersigned within the time prescribed by
law, or the same will be barred.
JAMES CARNELL.
Executor.

(First pub. Nov 6; last pub. Dec. 25)
Notice to Creditors and Others.
In County Judge's COurt.
Volusia Uounty, Florida.
Estate of Bertha McFadden.
Notice is hereby given to all creditors,
legatees, distrihutees and all persons hav-
ing claims or demands aiai list t he estate of
Bertha McFadden, deceased. late of the
County of Volusia, tState of Fiorida. that
they are. and each of them is. called upon
to present their claims to the undersigned
within two years from date: otherwise they
will be Irre-d. R. T. MCFADDEN.
Administrator of the Estate of Bertha
Mcadden.
November 9, 1909.


Executor's Notice.
In County Judge's Court.
Volusia County. Flerida.
In the matter of the Estate of
Walter Van Dorn. Deceased.
Notice is hereby given to all creditors,
legatees, distributes and all persons having
claims or demands against the estate of
Walter Van Dorn, deceased, late of the
County of Volusla, State of Florida, that
they are and each of them Is, called upon
to present their claims to the undersigned
within two years from date; otherwise they
will be barred.
HENRY VAN DORN, Executor.
This Nov. 20, 190H. Sw

(First pub. Nov. 27; last pub. Dec.25-5ti

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY

F0R LETTERS PATENT.


NOTI'E is he-reby given that the undei-r.
I signed will apply to His Excellency
Albert W. Gilchrist, governorr of the State
of Florida. :it T:lluhassee, Florida, on the
30th day of l cer.ilr.A. I., 11W., for Letters
Patent, incorporating the Clarendon Hotel
Company. under the followingg proposed
charter. 1. L. POTTER
J. B. i')NRAD
V. M. BOND
E. F. OATES
F. N.O 'INRAD
Proposed Charter of the
CLARENDON HOTEL COMPANY
The undersigned hereby associate thenm-
selves together for the purpose of b-comning
ipcorporated under th- laws of th.- State ol
Florida for the transaction of business
under the following charter:
ARTICLE I.
The name of this company shall be the
Clarendon Hotel 'Company. Its principal
office shall b- in Daytona Beach, Volusla
County, State of Florida, and its business
shall be conducted there and elsewhere in
said State, and other States that may be
found necessary or convenient.
ARTICLE II.
The general nature of the busln-ss to 1I
tra:ii.-;-dl byv said company shall Ie tc
rent, leuse, 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, n-ws stand and other business con-
n-.cted therewith, and generally to conduct
a hotel business; to lease, acquire, purchase,
own, operate, sublet, run, manage and con-
trol hotels or a hotel in Florida or else-
where, and to engage in, manage and con-
duct P. hotel business. To operate and
maintain an electric light, heating, power.
water. Ice and cold storage plant in and
near lDayton:a eac-h, Florida. for the pur-
pose'- ofanufacturing. producing, trans-
mitting, st-ling and distributing electricity
to consuim-rs or lighting, heating, power
and other purpose .-s; and to luy. se l and
deal in all kinds of electric supplies and
flxture s; to turnish coid storage for the
pr. s irvation of fruit, vegetables. meats and
other products; to conduct a water systemic
i n.: to s-11 witte-r toeconsu:ners and others;
to nit:.n i tiletire, buy, setil. use and deal In
ice, eItler wholesale, or retail, and to do a
gte-li, :i ice ant' d cold storag<- lusin-ss; to
ttquir. :nid lioid franchisees convenie-t or
n'-cess. ry to I Ii:- prolt).-r condiut-ting of am ny
of it.i- oi.j, 't. .alltve .t-t iorth; to e-ngaige- in
aimidcoluctt a citgar lotisii.es-, 1. uio iIanld
sell .. ret, il orwholes.e, clg nrs, cigarette.,.
tol;ic->o ;,nil minokers';andlehtwers'sulppiit-s;
to k 1.g iii ;. 1i.1l conduct a n-\\.s ;il mdsta-
titoIL 1. lu.ille-ss. to Ituy 11id steIl looks,
stat ion.r ,'rie(ieak, int-wsparIp -. nitga-
Zili s .nl sittionery suppllies; to eiiage in
a mld n'iithict Ilt- blusi"-ss of operiattiii til-
liardl rtinins :atilh pool rooi mi. lpurc-h;isig,
r niilin or le:asinlg billiard tables, KXol
t;i l,-- :'nl tiil)|lies lor iti.it lpiirpose ; teo ll--
gim iI ofr ,iolmh't-I tli" iUsihi'.s (oto efl-rating
a I. r ir hollop, a:let to aituire. rent. I--ase (or
purrh ,"Ui-lniiit it!l siipprlies for that
litr|lM. : ito. n-gge in or conuict a restau-
r t: it or >e-l I. iu s .si il s i oiin.ti itilo with the
hot i or ctc 'irwise ; ndl ior th,,,- ,purlpos-s
to purvii. s.-. acquire, re-nt, leas- or provide.
tljliimi ililds, ctHti s. ro(ndiis. stor-s.
ittiin; i I it. ;IaLl pmd ill-, s of LIUSillt'-ss, anLId to
le-t .,,ml -i il-t, r.-nt and make all contracts
iir ni ,tothe sainte, stand for these pur-
)to.-.s :' i;tz:-ke-ind execute- notes, londs,
truc ,i ,i t'iortgages.contractss,ecurities
upion 'i o'r ;.il of its properti.-s and rights
Sid l,, i t ; to acquire land, leaset-, hold
tit r c-t, construct, change, repair,
ill r-. nip, furnish, rent, let and sublet
111i AIl: ores, apartments, rooms and
I,' ness as it may find de sirable;
to obtain licenses, franchises and privileges:
to a'ng it-' mu the occupations above-men-
ttillo % 1 -cupattions related the-reto and
tr u.iusness above-nentiloned and
ltiU- ed th'-reto in Daytona Beach,
st wrid:i, and elsewhere, as its
determine- from tini eto time;
ill purposes aforesaid to sub-
st- trehase, invest in. hold, own,
a* or oth.-rwise dispose of the
't1 ;i.' Nte'veh. ioidds, mortgages,
t t .,'-. a itl (t other securities, o 'llt-
'rict.s aindt other tvide-ice-s ..:
I f t-orpor;ations utider the lait
o i Floriia. or any other State.
Sto X. ri-ie 1in '-sp.--i of iany
f -t(h-k, Itionds anid othl'.Tr Otil-
"tl i--.s o0 ni y -orporation, any
S- .. p~ow,-rs sidl privileges of in-
i .i .it o-' rship. imitiludlin tht- right to
vo. tloliw n oin otllh-r obligations,
t 1. t hlie s;t i.- ty pildglng or mort-
Stohie oru iiyi part of theli- prop.-rty
o 11Yv. inAil to sell or pledge or
e.; h eos.- of -uh bonds and other
o' : stock for corporate purposes-
:, :tl and ac i s and things tend-
i' th- v'tiue of the property at
% I to by t i, con;mlany; to issue,
m m .1 or dispose of. In e-xchangen


business and to have offices ad agencies.
and to employ officers and agents at such
places In this State and other states and in
foreign countries as may be useful, neces-
sary or requisite to the carrying on of said
busine-ss, 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
profit organized under and by virtue of the
Laws of the State 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 enterprises, and
to do all such things in connection there-
with as may be lawful.
ARTICLE III.
The amount of the capital stock author-
ized shall be Four Hundred Thousand ,4"0.-
0I0i Dollars,. divided into four thousand
14.0 0) shares of the par value of One Hun-
dred or any subscription thereto may be payable
eitherr wholly or In part in cash, or may be
Issued either wholly or In part for the pur-
chase of property, leases, contracts, labor or
services, at a just valuation thereof to be
fixed by the Board of Directors at a meeting
to be called for that purpose.
ARTICLE IV.
The term for which this corporation is to
exist shall be ninety-nine years.
ARTICLE V.
The business of said corporation shall be
managed by a President, First Vice-Presti-
dent. Second Vice-President, Secretary and
add Treasurer, who may be the same per-
son, and a Board of Directors, consisting of
five stockholders. The annual meeting for
the election of Directors by the stockholders
of the Company shall be held on the last
Monday of April of each year. The date of
the annual meeting may xe changed by the
by-laws. The Directors shall elect all other
officers at a meeting to be held as soon as
practicable after the adjournment of the
annual meeting of the stockholders. The
stockholders shall meet on the first
Thursday of January, 1910, In Daytona
Beach, Florida, for the purpose of electing
Directors and adopting by-laws and the
transaction of such other business as may
be undertaken. Until the officers elected at
the first election shall be qualified, the busi-
ness of the Company shall be conducted by
the following named officers:
E. L. Potter. President
J. B. Conrad. First Vice-Pr-sldent
R. M. Bond. Second Vice-President
E. F. Oates. Secretary
F. N. Conrad, Treasurer
E. L. Potter. J. B. Conrad. R. M Bond. E.F.
Oates and F. N. Conrad. Directors.
ARTICLE VI.
The highest amount of indebtedness or
liability to which the corporation may at
any time subject itself shall be Four Hun-
dred Thousand (440.m3 dollars, excluding
any ll-billtyor liabilities on any lease or
leases for rent or otherwise.
ARTICLE VII.
The names and residences of the subscrib-
ing incorporators of the said corporation,
together with the number of shares of the
capital stock subscribed by each, are as
follows:
E. L. Potter, Daytona Beach, Fla., fifty
shares.
J. B. Conrad, DeLand. Fla., one share.
R. M. Bond, DeLand, Fla., one share.
E. F. Oates. Daytona, Fla., one share.
F. N. Conrad, Daytona, Fla., one share.
E. L. POTTER
J. B. CONRAD
R. M. BOND
E. F. OATES
F.N. CONRAD
State of Pennsylvania s
County of Philadelphia ss
Before me. an officer authorized to ad-
minister oaths and take acknowledge-
mnnts, personally appeared E. L. Potter.
to nite well known and known to bw to me
one of the individuals in and who sub-
scrlted their names to the foregoing char-
ter and acknowledges that he executed the
same for the purposes therein expressed.
Witness my hand and official seal at Phil-
2idelphlia, P-enn.. this l)th day of Novemlt-r,
A. ID. 109. SAMFEL C. MILLWARTD,
>'e aI Notary Public.
My commission expires January' _6, 1913.
Htate of Florida)
County of Volusla%
Before me, a Notary Public in and for the,
,the State of Florida. personally appeared
.1. B.Conrad and R. M. Bond. each to me
well known and known to mie to ie two of
th,' individuals described in and who sub-
scribed their names to the forei.olng pro-
losed charter, and severally acknowi. dge
that they executed the same for the pur-
l.oses therein expressed.
Witness my hand and official s-.ail at IPe-
Land, Florida, this 18th day of November,
A. ). 11. E. S. VAN CLEF..
4 seal) Notary Publie. State of Florida.
My commission expires January 14, 1911.
State of Florida,
County of Volusia ss
Before me, a Notary Public in and for the
State of Florida. personally appeared F. N.
Conrad and E. F. Oates, each to me well
known and known to me to be two of the
Individuals described in and who sub-
scribed their names to the foregoing pro-
posed charter, and severally acknowledge
that they executed the same for the pur-
roses therein expressed.
Witness my hand and official seal at Day-
tona, Florida, this 12th day of November,
A. D. 1909. T. E. FITZGERALD.
(-4eall Notary Public, State of Florida.
My commission expires May 13. 1913.

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


Executrix.


(First pub. Dec. 11; last Jan. 30)
CITATION OF ADMINISTRATION.
In County Court,
Volusia County, Florida.
By the County Judge of said County:
Whereas, Julia Singleton has ap-
plied to this Court for Letters of
Administration on the estate of
Horace Lee deceased, late of said
County of Volusia.
These are, therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of said deceased, to
be and appear before this Court, on
or before the eleventh day of Janu-
ary A. D. 1910, and file objections,
if any they have, to the granting
letters as aforesaid, otherwise the
same will be granted as prayed.
Witness my name as County Judge
of the County aforesaid, this 3rd
day of December, 1909.
(Seal) J. LEE McCRORY,
County Judge.



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Pit im mm-amSmTUVE EMPUE


BY THE MESSEM ER OF DEATI

Dr. Jacob Schneider died last Sat-
urday at 7:00 a. m., at his home on
North Ridgewood avenue, following a
unusually long struggle with that
often fatal disease, pneumonia.
The doctor's strong vitality had
sustained him so well that his family
and friends were led to hope that
he might yet be spared to them, but
his heartt action was weakened and
a sinking spell at about 1:00 a.,
was followed in a few hours by 'th
He was conscious up to the and
was surrounded by his family/ who
had been summoned to his side
by his very critical condition Dr.
Schneider's kindly manner ad en-
deared him to many in thi city who
were closely watch- h condition
and hoping for his cc ry.
Dr. J. Schneide 1y born near
Marietta, Ohio, in 'er of the
year 1846. He gradual ed at Berea,
Ohio, and from there went to Cleve-
land and graduated from the home-
opathic college in that city and prac-
ticed medicine successfully in Cleve-
land for over thirty years.
About seven years ago business inter-
ests called him to Philadelphia and
recently he became interested in
Daytona and purchased a beautiful
winter home on North Ridgewood av-
enue, which he occupied with his wife
and daughter last winter.
Mrs. Schneider and their daughter,
Miss Flora, were with the doctor
a this season and when he was
taken ill several weeks ago with
-pleurisy, which developed into pneu-
monia, his son, Dr. J. Homer Schnei-
ber, came from Cleveland, Ohio, to
attend him. Two other sons, the
eldest of the family, Louis, of Cleve
land, and the youngest, Nathaniel,
of Philadelphia, arrived a few days
later.
Dr. Schneider was a Thirty-Sec-
ond Degree Mason and president of
the Philadelphia Fire Brick Works.
He was a physician of excellent rep-
utation and a genial, warm hearted
gentleman, who will be missed by
his many friends here and elsewhere.
;eo. H. Ludwig, of this city, had been
a warm personal friend of the doctor
for thirty years o r more.
Services over the mortal remains of
Dr. Jacob Schneider were held at the
Ridgewood avenue residence Sunday
noon, Rev. B. F. Marsh officiating.
The family departed on the afternoon
train with the body for Cleveland, 0.,
where interment took place on Tues-
cay, under the auspices of Holyrood
Commander, Knights Templar, of
which the Doctor had for years been
a r-ember.
The pallbearers were Messrs. S. H.
Gove, Louis Adler, E. W. Greene, W.
B. Chittenden, G. H. Hughlett and
Major A. B. Foster.
The floral tributes were many and
beautiful. Many sorrowing friends of
the eminent physician were present
to pay a final tribute to one who was
loved and respected by all who were
fortunate enough to share his ac-
quaintance.


INTERESTIN BOOKLETS TELL

Of THE HALIFAX ORANGE.
The job department of the Gazette-
News Co., has just completed an
order for several thousand artistic
little booklets, profusely illustrated
with beautiful half tone views of bear-
ing orange and grape fruit trees and
points of interest in and about the
handsome groves of Hon. George H1.
Munroe, supplemented with interest-
ing pen pictures of the same One
set of these booklets entitled "From
the Grove to the Table," is descrip-
tive of the production and handling
of the golden fruit, its cultivation,
picking, packing, and transporting,
until it is finally placed in the hands
of the consumer.
These booklets are being widely dis-


tribute throughout the
Mr. Munroe and will no
an important factor in
attention of the public to
cent fruit produced in
river country .


country by
doubt prove
calling the
the magnifi-
the Halifax


Miss J. Antoinette Cole, of Salt
Point ,N. Y., has rented, through the
Norman S. Dayton real estate agency.
the Wiggins house on Second avenue
and is occupying it in company with
a friend.


Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Smith have a
couple of handsome little kumquat
trees, of the round fruited variety, in
their front yard on Baker street. One
of the trees, especially, is bending
n ith little golden balls.


I NARaLEY


Between ten and eleven o'clock,
Tuesday, a gasoline stove used in the
kitchen of George Beardsley's resi-
dence, corner of Orange and Palmetto
avenues, exploded giving giving Mrs.
Beardsley and the colored girl em-
ployed in the kitchen a hard fight to
remove the stove and save the resi-
dence .
Mrs. Beardsley was not present at
the moment of the explosion, no
cause for whikh is known, but had
cautioned the girl in case of any trou-
ble to smotner the fire with rugs or
other like material, and this she did
and then attempted to carry tue s'.ov*e
from the house. There were two
doors to pass and as she reached the
passageway leading from the kitchen
she tripped and fell Mrs .Beardsley
came to her assistance, gathering up
a rubber coat of her husband's and all
the rugs she could reach, but they
could not lay hold of the stove and
were obliged to secure a garden rake
from the shed nearby with which to
drag the stove through the second
door to the outside of the building.
Fortunately neither Mrs. Beardsley
nor the girl were burned in their
brave efforts to extinguish the fire.
Mr. Beardsley was in his room on
the upper floor of the residence at
the time, being somewhat indisposed.


618, H. REAU I


MWAN N PEA TEL


Geo. H. Clark has a handsome av-
ocado pear tree in the rear of his
business block, that has attained a
growth of sixteen feet, and if un-
touched by frost this winter will bear
fruit next spring. This tree was
killed to the ground when two years
old, four years ago, and consequently
has attained its present growth and
more, in this time.
Last winter Mr. Clark cut it back
considerably in order to canvas cover
it. This winter it is too tall to be
screened and will have to take its
chances with the north winds and
the frost. Since last spring it has
made a growth of about five feet, and
rears above the protection of sur-
rounding buildings. Mr. Clark has
two other smaller trees of Avocado
Pear, both evidently quite thrifty
trees, and he and his neighbors are
very much interested to find whether
this purely tropical product may be
successfully grown here. He also has
a fine vegetable garden on this lot,
which extends from Beach street '.o
Palmetto avenue, and a small henry
with a number of handsome Rhode'
Island Reds, Minorcans and mixed,
fine bred chickens, all of which af-
fords him good diversion from the
routine of business life. He expects
to begin experimenting soon with the
Indian Runner Duck.


SOWERS O MDa Y WRE


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Rates: $2.50 Pr Day and Up. Special fby the M-ft


An attractive house with large, airy rooms. hot and cold water
house, sulphur or salt water bath. electric lights, furnace bet4 td
Some of the pleasant feature of "The Pines" are ite wide- verandm
its Roof Garden, affording a fine view of the country, river aad oem.
"The Pines" is situated on South Ridgewood, the highest aveue
tona. Rooms single or en suite, with or without private bath.


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THE HOWARD


CestraBy located e Velasa AvesMe, the main avenue from the depot
the water front on the Halifax River. Three minutes walk to Mores, M
office, churches, etc The Howard is strictly a first-eles houe ain
respect at moderate prices. THE TABLE A SPECIALTY.
cooking, the cuisine exceptionally good, the best the market affrds.
the direct supervision of the proprietor. The home has every modea em
venience and improvement. Has large veranda and paegod ad is
rounded by lawns and shade trees. Is dry and well ventaated.
For terms apply to the proprietor. -


JOHN C. HOWA


* A Homelike Houw
rooms. $r 50 pe
North Beoch st.,
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THE GLENN
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r day. Special by the week.


Daytona.


E- I. BLACKWOOD, PrWp.-


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wood Avenue. Large Rooms. Furnace Heat. Ele
Lights. Rates $2.00 Per Day.

MRS. CTJVFSTE THINKS, Proprietress


I li.F. RUSSELL


I Bef PokMutton and Pou"ti'

QUICK DELIVER A SPECIALTY.0
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The showers which fell Monday were t_
very welcome and much more could
have been taken up by the thirsty A0
soil, but little rain having fallen in
the past three months or more. Many 0
o" the soft water tanks in the city .
o the soft water tanks in the city All the best varieties of winter blooming, grafted Roses adapted
were dry and the gardens and all veg-* Florida; also other ornamental plants. tree and shrubbery.- AllR p
station, in fact, needed the refresh- guaranteed. Grounds prepared anp plants cared for
ment which only rain can give. J. B. HINSKY, "The Pines," f t
Parties viewing the country from *t** *OV
the city water works tower, the
past week, state there were many
woods fires visible from that point T tt *Gt so$@see"
and the showers w-ill also bef ben- WHEN YOU A E CONTEMPLATING
efit in subuuing and extinguishing i
these destructive conflagrations, as getting a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Roof, a Hot Air FUmm
they will also relieve the city sprink-
ler. or any of the other metal necessities required to complete a

.dwelling, remember that

"AISK M. fOSTER OFICEl


TO BE OPENED JAN. ST. A.
Chas. H. Piper, of Boston, arrived
in the city Saturday to tA charge are bestprepared to gve prompt and reliable service at fair IN
of the distribution of advertising in General repair shop on Volusia Avenue, next to the
the city for the Ask Mr. Foster Com- -
pany. I! Phone 58. Out of town work
Mr. Piper was with the company ati
St. Augustine for several seasons and
two years ago, before the office was


established here, was the Foster &
Reynolds representative in this sec-1
tion, part of the time while acting as'
clerk at the Seaside Inn, Daytona!
Beach. Mr. Piper made his first visit
to Florida six years ago, clerking at
the Seaside Inn during the winter. *
The Ask Mr. Foster office, with
the Norman S. Dayton real estate ag-
ency, will be open for information on
January 1st .

Mr. and Mrs. A H. Kling arrived


Bond Lumber Compan

ROUGH AND DRESSED
PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER


Lath, Shingles,


Flooring,


and Cement in Stock.


Ceiling, Brick, Li
Office and Yards: E st0
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OYAL SCARLET FRUITS are gathered and put up at
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Scared stands for e best in the Canned Goods lne.

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Don't forget the show here Tues-
day, December 21. It wiMll sgnalin
the appearance of Sun Brother.'
Greater Progressive shows. This is
one of- the inqtttutlons of this coun-
try that has a clean and honest rec-
ord It is free from grafters .gam-
bler and all off color Issues, and Is In
variably attractive for ladies and
children. The performing elephants
carried are said to be one of the sa-
lient features of the performance.
Take a day off when Sun Bros.'
Greater Shows appear here, Tuesday
Dec. 21.




BILLED 0 T A .Y,
Davis Brothers Musical Comedians
and Instrumentalists, are one of the
strong features with Coburns' Great-
"r Minstrels this season They are
musicians of a very high order and
present many novelties in their spec-
ialty which are new to the usual run
of musical acts. George Davis, com-
edian, is the funmaker and his droll
humor and ridiculous capers keep
the audience in a roar, while his in-
strumental work is of the very best
quality. They were for two seasons
a feature with the Hi Henry Minstrel
and are an acquisition to Manager
Coburn and his big show. Dont' for-
get the date, next Tuesday evening,
at the Daytona Opera House.


WHICH ALDERMAN WILL


CATCH THE SQUIREL?
A DeLand man has addressed a
communication to the City Council
asking that body to catch a female
gray squirrel for him. For the squir-
rel and the service of catching her
he offers %Z.00. He says he has one
pair named Mr. and Mrs. Barney
Oldfield; he has another named Billy
Stratton, but Billy has no mate and
is lonely. He concludes his communi-
cation by saying that if they will
catch the squirrel it will oblige the
writer and relieve Billy's loneliness.
At the meeting of the council Mon-
day evening little except routine bus-
iness was transacted.
An appropriation of $50 was made
to the Public Library.
Hough & Bond were awarded the
contract for building sidewalks, under
certain restrictions.
The city clerk was ordered to ad-,
vertise the hand fire ew-taguWhers for
sale at $6.00 each. He was also
authorized to receive offers for the
gasolne fire engine/and the od hose.

DRIVE THE LOAFERS FROM
BENCHES ON THE PARKAGE.
The attention of the city officials
is called to the fact that the benches
placed along the street parkages as
inviting resting places for visitors,
who, while in the city .may be stroll-
ing about the streets and avenues, are
being monopolized by a number of
loafers, who might better be at work,
or at least less conspicuously idle.
Would it not be a good plan for the
marshal, or other officer, to give
these fellows the "move on sign," un-
til they learned to roost in other
places. Many citizens have been dis-
couraged from erecting these rest-
ing places in their packages, and
some have even removed those al-
ready established because of this
tendency of local idlers to take posse
sion of them.

Mrs. D. F. Austin has purchased of
the W. W. Van Dorn estate a five-
foot strip of land. adjoining her prop-
erty on Myrtle avenue .


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A NUMBER OF ONE-EYED TIGERS


DOING BNSINE88 IN


THIS


BAILIWICK, THE JUSTICE OF
THE PEACE Al OGIPS.
"There are more blind tigers doing
business in and around Daytona than
ever before," said Henry T. Titus,
justice of the peace to the Gazette -
News, Monday.
"They are slicker than they used
to be," said Mr. Titus, "It is not my
business to go out and hunt them
down but I will do it, as I have in
the past, unless some change takes
place Whenever a ease of this na-
ture is brought before my court on
preliminary examination, if the evi-
dence warrants ,it is my duty to bind
the case over for trial before the
Criminal Court of Record It is no
reflection on Sheriff Smith that these
tigers exist. He has done more to
suppress the illegal sale of liquor
than any man in the county-but he
cannot be everywhere at once."
"I am told," continued Mr .Titus,
"that there are four places in Way-
cross and several in Midway where
liquor is sold, but it is almost impos-
sible tj get evidence, as persons who
patronize ?uch joints will often per-
jure themselves rather than give cor-
iect testimony. There are other tigers
peeping from other places, too. Some
of the city marshall ought to be
able to put a stop to some, at least,
of this illegal traffic."



SOME Of THE IESTAND

LIES IN THIS LKALITY.
M. H. Zuber, of Daytona, is trying
to interest people in the organize
tion of a company to operate a sugar-
mill. This may come in time. At
the present time, Daytona, and New
Smyrna are busi ly engaged in try-
ing to outdo Sanford in the celery
business, forgetting that Sanford has
the start and the buyers, says the
DeLand News.
There are several thousand acres
of land all along the East Coast-in a
narrow strip from Ormond to Oak Hil
that is well adapted to the growth of
sugar cane. It was so well adapted
to this purpose that the Spaniards
took it and cultivated it for cane whe
they had the whole United States to
choose the land from. Besides this
strip of land, there is another, all
along the St. Johns, on both sides,
that, when cleared and planted, will
be worth from $50 to $500 an acre for
cane or rice. These lands will all be
taken for this purpose In time They
are waiting for development, which
is as site to follow as night is to
folow 41y.



TILLER WATER flOW NUT

LOST NILL IN OP ATIOM S.
Henry Van Dorn has increased the
flow of the well at the city water-
works to nearly three times its orig-
ihal capacity, but while drilling in
very hard rock at a depth of 230 ft.
he lost the drill together with 170 ft.
of rod, last Saturday, and has since
been endeavoring to recover the
same.
Mr. Van Dorn says he has never
yet failed to secure a drill lost in
this manner and is quite sanguine of
getting this one. The well was 163
ft. deep when Mr. Van Dorn began
.his operations.


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Quality-B- 2.10 400 6.00 7.50 2.40 4.50 6.75 13.25
Quality--C- 2.45 4.50 6.75 8.75 2.70 5.25 7.75 15.00
Pure Rye or Borbom Whiskey. Express Prepaid.
Igal. 2gaL S3gal. 4gaL 4qts. 8qt. 12 qts. 24qts
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Old Oscar Pepper 4.00
Mellwood 4.00
Lyndale 3.90
Lewis 66 4.00
1 W. Harper 4.00
Mill Creed Cabinet 3.50
Upper Ten 4.00
G & B Black Label 4.50


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T. B. Ripey
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1909


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THE HOLD OF THE ST. LOUIS
CRAMMED AND JAMMED WITH


CHRISTMAS PRESENTS


ANIT TOf CBI3 M


EMINENT LAWYERS HAVE BEEN
CONNECTED WITH THE CASE


FOR ARISING OVER CONTESTED


LOVING FRIENDS ACROSS THE WILL OF MERCHANT PRINCE.


WATER.


NEW YORK, Dec. 17-The Ameri-
can liner, St. Louis, which left her
dock at ten o'clock this morning
bound for Europe, is entitled to be
called a veritable Santa Claus ship.
Her great hold was literally crammed
and Jammed full of Christmas mail
and hundreds of thousands of dol-
lars worth of presents and money-
_-a -_ rl- i. 2 k_ 1w*l Q^ama hin


NEW YORK, Dec. 17-A sale in
partition to take place in White
Plains tomorrow morning revives
memories of the old litigation over
the will of the late Alexander T.
Stewart, the first of America's 'Mer-
chant Princes." Mr. Stewart died
in 1876 owning the property which is
to be sold and which consists of
about one hundred and fifty acres of
land situated in the towns of Rye and


orders. She is the 4ast st eams u p Harrison.
to leave this side by which mails can D h Stewart left all of
By his wil Mr.' Stewart left all of
reach Great Britain and the Conti- t s widow, Cornelia
his property to his widow, Cornelia
rent before Christmas Day. The St.
Louis is due at Plymouth, Cherbourg leaving rt. a will appointing Judged in
-p Squthampton the day before 18 S, leaving a will appointing Judge
-'a Suthampton the day before Hilt, t a r
S~ a-, .- "' enr Hilton executor and trustee.
'-wit a sigh of re that the and giv'ig piatically absolute poWIr
was with a sigh of ree tht theft her enormous
hundreds of employes o& the New estate as he should see fit. A
York post office, and particularly the niece of Mrs. Stewart contested the
foreign mafls branch, greeted the de-
re branch, rt th will on the ground of undue influence
~arture of the St .Louis, knowing exerted over Mrs Stewart by Judge


that a big share of their heavy
burden of Christmas work was over.
No one thing reflects the condition
of prosperity in the United States
better than the volume of Christmas
mails for Europe. The authorities
have learned to look upon it as an
accurate barometer. following the
panic of 1897 there was a startling
%Mrp in the number of money orders
issued on Europe for the Christmas
season That the country is again
enjoying its full measure of prosperity
is evidenced by the fact that the out-
ward-bound Christmas malls were ner
or heavier than they have been dur-
Ing the past few weeks.
The bulk of the money orders and
Christman presents sent abroad go to
Germany, England. Sweden, Russia
and Italy For many- years Ireland
held first place on the list, but now
the Emerald Isle has fallen behind
several of the continental countries.
Two things are held responsible for
the falling off of the amount of
the money sent to Ireland at Christ-
mas time. One of these is that the
number of immigrants from Ireland
has steadily decreased during the pas
decade or so, and the other reason is
to be found in the greater prosperity
which Ireland herself enojys .
The number of foreign born Amer-


Hilton. The contest began on the da
of the great blizzard of 1888, and Ros-
coe Conkling, who was counsel in
the case for Judge Hilton, lost his
life as a result of his going to court
on that day and attempting to walk
home through the snow. Elihu Root
v.as associated with Mr. Conkling in
the case, while the contestant was
represented by eminent counsel head-
ed by Joseph H. Choate.
The property to be sold tomorrow
was part of the real estate included
in this action. The will contest was
afterward settled between the heirs
and Judge Hilton, but the partition
action was continued as a friendly
one ever since the settlement. The
final steps in it are now about to be
taken, one -of whicAh l the sale of the
property in question. The sale de-
rives additional interest on account
of the Revolutionary period memories
connected with the ground. A part of
the site belonged to Major General
Thomas Thomas, a very distinguished
Revolutionary partisan and the re-
mains of his mansion are still to ba
seen. The estate overlooks the scene
of the historic battle of White Plains,
while not far away is also the house
in which General Putnam was sur-
prised by the British while shaving.
and escaped by riding his horse down


leans who have returned to rope a stone stairway.
during the past three or four weeks to
spend Christmas in their old homes
has been unusually large. It is esti- jjT TAT Will
mated that no fewer than 10,000 Swed-' UI l L AI L W ILL
Ish-Americans from the Middle States
and the Northwest have left New, NAVE ZLAYA
York for Sweden since the first of
November


KINGSTON


KINGSTON, Dec. 17-M. Schumann
and wife have taken possession of
their new home on Mulberry Street,
known as the Greene property, recent
ly purchased of H. T. McClellan.
Dr. H. Jordan and family have ta-
ken the Bohannon house on east Mai
street for the winter, and have moved
into it from the cottage they pre-
'iously occupied on Mulberry street,
North.
Among the late arrival at the Fern-
dale are A. F. Hall, Warren, Pa., and
Miss Rhodes, of Sanford, Fla..
W. P. Knapp, representing J. A.
Erickson & Co., of DeLand, as agent,
is at the Ferndale again. He drove
over Monday, of this week, bringing
with him R. Bushnell, piano tuner for
the same firm, of which his father is
a member. They expect to be in
town several days.
C. S. Lewis has moved from the
Edson cottage into J. W. Fulghams'
cottage on West Main street .
Mrs. J. M. Davis expected to go to
Bartow to attend her sister, Mrs.
Manuel, who was quite ill, but we are
glad to note that that lady is report-
ed better and Mrs. Davis will not now
make the trin


DETAINED.


ZELAYA'S RESIGNATION DOES
NOT CHANGE THE ATTITUDE
OF THE UNITED STATES.
I WASHINGTON, Dec. 17-There is


little change in the State depart-
ment's attitude toward the Nicara-
guan situation today, despite Zelaya's
resignation. The United States will
insist that he be detained in Nica-
raqua until a final settlement has
been made. The government will
not demand a trial for the murder of
Grace and Cannon until the Nicara-
guan courts are properly contituted.


SENTIMENT DIVIDED AS
TO ZELAYA'S SUCCESSOR.
MANAGUA, Nicaragua, Dec. 17-
While there is a strong move-
ment favoring Jose Madriz. Zelaya's
choice to succeed himself, those who
are anxious for an end to the pres-
ent revolution are urging the Nicar-
aguan congress not to appoint him
president. The Estrada forces are
known to be hostile, and are expected
to continue the revolution if Madriz
is appointed. Mexico favors Madriz.


ESTRADA WILL NOT
FIGHT AT BLUEFIELDS.
BLUEFIELDS, Nicaragua, Dec. 17-
According to a semi-official state-


em~mUlII~r&; ~ N~n~il'~IL
FEIII EIL ESIBEK)


FROM SWITZERLAND AND ITALY
THEY ARE MAKING THEIR WAY


TO THE UNITED STATES.


ROME, Dec. 17-ItalIan officials at
the various ports have been warned
to keep a close watch on outgoing
steamers during the next few weeks,
owing to the expected exodus to
America of a large number of Black
Hand members who have been driven
from Switzerland.
It has been reported that the assas-
sins hope to find a new field of op-
erations in America. It developed also
that no fewer than sixty of thee char-
acters, many of whom have before
been expelled from Switzerland, are
making their way by circuitous routes
to the United States. These men
were formerly a part of the gang of
2,000 Italians employed in the con-
struction of the Loetzchberg tunnel
through the Berner Alps. This scene
cf industry became a hotbed of the
Black Handers, forty of whom are now
in custody there awaiting trial on!
charges of blackmail, assault and mur
der.


NEW UMPRES S ED FOR

TEXAS BALL LEAGUE.
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Dec. 17 -
Club owners and managers of the Tex-
as Baseball League rounded up in thi
city today for their mid-winter meet-
ing. Various matters of business per-
taining to last season were disposed
of, and plans for the coming season
were informally discussed. That there
will be some changes u ie circuit
next year seems certain, but just what
these changes will be has not been
definitely determined President Al-
len announced that a complete new
staff of umpires has been signed for
next year .


CANADIAN PARLIAMENT

AWOURNS ff HOLIDAYS.
OTTAWA, Ont., Dec. 17-The Do-
minion Parliament adjourned today
for the customary Christmas recess.
January 10th has been fixed as tlh
date for reassembling


HELPFUL WORDS
PFom a Daytema Ctiaea.
Is your back lame and painful?
Does it ache especially after exertion?
Is there a soreness in the kidney
region?
These symptoms nthdicate weak kid.
neys:
There is danger in delay.
Weak kidneys fast get weaker.
Give your trouble prompt attention.
Doan's Kidney Pills act quickly.
They strengthen weak kidneys.
Read this Daytona testimony.
T. B. Brown, S. Ridgewood avenue,
Daytona, Fla.. says: "My back ached
for several months and was very lame.
If I attempted to lift anything, sharp
pains would seize me, and I could hardly
regain an erect position. The kidney
secretions did not act in a normal man-
ner and also contained a sediment.
Doan's Kidney Pills, which I procured
from Hankins' drug store, quickly re-
lieved mr aches and pains, strengthened
my kidneys and made it possible for iu
to do my work with ease." 1
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-andi
take no other.


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8YRsCU~s~ N. Y. Dec .17T- ar
humdred little gsii. will pom a s a m-
man flag at the Al**mbMa tim eveta-
ins, as a part of the trtM nt
arranged by the United Ca.mercial
Travelers.

*FURNISHED LUUSE on Halif x
avenue, near Automobile Club House.
for rent Apply to Daily News. dtf


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Time's Nearly Up Girls-Bring in Your

Puzzles December 24th.

Make a special effort, giris and if you haven't quite finished, do
so at once-and bring it to our store together with your "Five-

Reasons-Why" slip Friday afternoon, December 24th, before 4:00

o'clock.

Just as soon as the judges can look them over and pick out the

neatest puzzle and best "Five-Reasons-Why," we'll award the prize

and announce it in the Daily News
Don't forget, girls, contest closes Friday afternoon, December

24th, at 4:00 c'clock-no puzzle accepted after that time.

Who's the winner? That will be answered after the contest


closes. Do your best to make the little stove yours.


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ad Finest line ofa t ll" m, o Wednesday.
m. er, t
m l -and ^ 'a1 ,-Ala 81maw lam been kept home
A? of S t. *-h from th( Daytona. High School this
.oH.- CLAK, DaytO la week through sickness.

i" has been n Jacksonville *FOR ALE for cash or trade two
the races motor boats.' Inquire of W. A. Bar-
ker. Ormond. Fla. 4t
.. W. Cheney, daughter of


Macon Thornton is having his store
and house on the peninsula piped for
water. Stanley Carnell is in charge
of the work.

Milo McNeal is painting the exter-
ior and decorating the walls of the ex
tension recently coupled on the
Lawrence house. Pine street.

The railroad has resumed repair
work on the bridge across the river.
Time is short now before the trains
will be moving over the structure.

Among those expected this week
are Mrs. Isabelle Stimpson and her
sister, Mrs. Rachel- Neal, of Lynn,
Mass., and Mr. and Mrs. John Reilly.

Lars Bostrom took the Belle up
to Moundgrove last Tuesday and
brought back 310 boxes of fruit from
the Beed, Knox & Beed grove. His
family accompanied him.


A. V4-. Street, arrived from South
';--Wbter, Conn., to spend the win-
,t'. :Mr. Cheney will arrive next
'4,-

Mrs. Knowlton and daughter Hat-
tie arrived on Monday evening and
will make their home at Swampscot
ektt-ae on New Britain avenue for the
r winter.

A. Buck, our pleasant station agent
met with a painful accident Monday,
slipping and spraining his ankle.
This mishap will keep him in his
easy chair for a week or two.

Charles Griffin, an old Ormondite,
to spending the winter with her par-
eats on Lincoln Avenue They all ar-
Srived on Friday of last week. Mr.
Griffin Is connected with a large ho-
tel lI'New York City; he was at Bret-
! ton Hall, New York for a number of
I years. Glad to see our old friends
Back again

Friends fo Miss Albina Stanley, who
spent last winter here with her aunt,
Mrs. Jennie E. Smythe, will be in-
terested to know that she was mar-
ried Nov. 25 to John E.

and that city will be their fture


SMr. Turner and wife are Mioe
b. a tor the winter buu I4 IS


Mrs. Electa Hurd has been kept
within her house several days from
illness.

C. B. Gordon ,of Waxhaw, N. C.,
clme to Ormond last week Friday.
He is now with Jas. P. Vining.

Chas. W. Hummell, of Allentown,
Pa spent several days at Rose Villa
anu has gone down to Daytona.


Henry Green, of Jacksonville,
to Rose Villa Tuesday night.
has the contract for building
Price's house .


came
He
J. D.


L. 0. Paxon, of Jacksonville, spent
a few days in Ormond last week. He
has gone down to ralm Beach but
will return whea the season opens.

Miss Lucy Moore goes to Merrit's
Island today with her mother for the
winter school holiday Miss Baker
spends the vacation in DeLand. After
her return in January she will have
rooms with Miss Moore at the Tot-
.an cottage.

Herbert Packard was taken to Dr.
Bohannon's Hospital in Daytona by
Freeman's automobile last Tuesday.
Mr. Packard has been rapidly losing
ground in his illness and it is feared
that an operation may be necessary.

Miss Ellen E. Wells, who spent a


Bessie Freeman, little daughter of few weeks here last winter, has come
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Freeman, has this time for the season from her
been kept home from school this home at Glastonbury, Conn. She is
week on account of tonsilitis. Miss with her cousin, Miss Ethel Francis
Fances Moore is caring for her and and will help her in the store.
2ae ig rapidly recovering .
,-- .- "-', Word has been received from Miss
Last week, Thursday. was house- A. -. Bradley, who spent last year
cleaning day at the V. L -A. rooms. 1t Ormond She is now at Bedford
Sevel of the lais and a number City, Va., and will soon go to Moneta.
elwoemen 'vest or the wanl She may be obliged to return be.
Ietsted the booksi cause of the severity of the northern


u. They,. with UmTw. m, ut down the winter rugs and bright- climate.
qin mother, Mr. n *, eaed nu the place generally.
irrited a short time ago Mr. Tur-. _- .Among the arrivals this -week at
W LUI short stop of the Cl eh,41 gM W. Joplin and wife have taken Rose Villa are five college boys from
bll club, American league, an the Howard cottage on the river front Woodsbury, Conn. Messrs. H. D.
sidered the second best In the ide, for a fewThy Beardsley, Wn. r art, H. F. Atwood,
" ; re also bl A. A. Buck's boat, M. and L. C. Dawson. They are
S C ros C" 'eVashti, with J. H. Bryan, as pilot. Ac- It oking about for a few days until the
Red Cross Christmas stamp are cording to rumor wedding bells rang Ihotel Ormond opens, in which they
e* sale at J. U. Franci ', Mrs. Hall's a short time ago. Another rumor is have positions.
Od. Thqrnton's stores. These cost t sat the pilot took an involuntary
ome ent each While they will not bath in the river one cold morning. A. G. Wetherbee's beautiful cot-
e rry Christmas packages through tage on Lincoln avenue has been rent
the mails their use will help along ed to the father and mother of Judge
the Christmas spirit. Proceeds from E. S. S born and wife are complet- Thompson, of Washington, D. C. They
these stamps will be used to fight ing arrangements to start this week will come down from their home in
tUberculosis in our own State. Take for an extended trip through the Illinois shortly. They were in Or-
a look at the stamps. west. They ill spend about tw mond several years ago.,
weeks in Texas and then go on to
Arrangements have been made to afor ia some maionths at Pasheir headquena. They r. and Mrs. George E. Jewell ar-
place a meterin the I A to some months at ived at Bretton Inn Tuesday. Mr.
S1w'll return to New -ampshire by a
ure the acetylene gas supplied ore northern rout e in the spring. Jewell has been manager of the Inn
Sthe church plant. E. C. Totman thern route in the spring for several years and has largely in-
the meter and Stanley Carnell creased its patronage. Many and ex-
ulg it in place. Those who The Kinney house on the river pensive improvements have been
been at recent gatherings in the' front, Tomoka avenue, has been rent- made on the inn this summer and
A. room fully appreciate the ed for the season by J. Victor Him- the near approach of opening season
Improvement in lighting, brecht, of Philadelphia. Mr. Him- is causing a rush in the work.
breeht is a real estate man and has
S.k e met with abeen interested this summer in the Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Griffin with
s-n about six-t weeks ago Ocean City Garden. He occupied one Charlie Griffin, their grandson, re-
Sat her home i Rennesa- of the Anderson cottages winter be- turned from Granby, Conn., last week
S, Two broken ribs and se- fore last The family will probably Friday to their home on Lincoln av-
a.es have since kept her in come south about the first of the enue. Charles Griffin, their son. also
e Cooley have spent ev- year. came for te winter. He spent a sea-
In Ormond and was plan- son here several years ago. Mr.
be here this winter. They Miss Hattie Knowlton and her Griffin brought a bad cold with him
erre w mother, arrived from Swampscot, but the lure of the fish was too much
Fmlaer: r-"4.. e..-,.w man d tho in- fh him dn hi hp ha t m m'ta ,.f hisn


one of the show groves on
a few miles above Or-
LHP n been sold to a Mr. Hillery,
man. J. Earle Bacon has
Ito Hartford, Conn., where he
gaepted a position. His mother
l9~inan at the old home place
e winter. This is one of the
groves in this part of Florida,
Itlhe Bacons have made its pro-
s famous.

!Ie regular program meeting of
V. L A. was changed from Fri-
F-9 this week to Thursday, because
9e exercises at the school house
;tlday. A paper was presented
Mrs. Washington Watson on the
Oma canal; Mrs. G. B. Waldron
Sselectio-s from a magazine arti-
4I the same subject. Mrs. Jennie
Ihe was in charge of the meet-
Pd the hostesses were Mesdames


Mass., last. uesaay to spenu e w n-
ter in their cottage on New Britain
avenue Friends of Mrs .Knowlton
will be glad to learn that she is able
tO see out of one eye. She had an
operation for cateract on that eye
.last June. Cataract is still forming
over the other eye but with sight par-
tially restored she is better able to
get about this winter.

Ten new science books have just
been added to the V. I. A. library.
These comprise the series just issued
by Current Literature and cover the
following subjects: Astronomy, geology
physics, chemistry, biology, zoology,
anthropology, mathematics, arts and
letters, and philosophy. These books
are a judicious mingling of facts and
theories and present a brief, but com-
prehensive history of the subjects
from earliest times down to the pres-
ent. Being strictly up-to-date (to Sep


xor an em a n s ....cspent imos, o aum
time since coming at his old employ-
ment on the bridge, and with his us-
ual success.

Israel Putnam's wife and three
children, with nurses, came down
from New York, this week. They wil
remain at Saratoga Inn, Daytona,
until their new bungalow, now build-
ing at Ormond, is completed, which
will be about January 10th. There
are now 38 men at work on the prop-
erty and the total cost of the im-
provements will be but little short of
$23.000. Plans are now being complet-
ed by A. E. Hartwell, the New York
contractor, for a Japanese garden at
the rear of the house.

iii***iii i iii itis*ilft sAft


A


F. P. FREEMAN
AUTOMOBILES for HIRE


TWOM mNES


AlEMM yrNE


IN ADDITION TO COMPLETE ZOO,
AND ALL FEATURES OF RDEGU-
LAR CIRCUS COMING TO DAY-


TONA, DEC. 22.


With the aid of the Imagination
some fairly adequate idea of ancient
splendors may be formed. Magnifi-
cent chariots drawn by Arabian stal-
lions, herds of elephants and camels
carrying Bikaners, warriors in chain
armor, sacred cattle and carts of
golden plush, bullocks covered with
trappings of silver ,odd conveyances
harnessed to elephants, camel teams
and natives direct from India, all
take part in this production .
Howe's Great London Shows carry
a large amount of live stock. Over
two hundred horses have to be cared
for every day. It takes tons of prov-
ender to feed them and the menagerie
The animals of the menagerie are
generally of the most interest The
bardiest and longest lived and most
intelligent is said to be the elephant.
Some of the largest of this show are
used to push the heavy wagons and
cages about the lot when the show is
setting up.
One morning an elephant became en-
raged at its keeper and wheeled sud-
denly and struck at the man with
his trunk. The beady eyes of the an-
imal glistened as he trumpted his
keeper, who struck the brute with
his whip and subpued him without
any damage being done. Had the
man been hit by the blow it would
have killed him. When an elephant
gets so bad that he is dangerous the
owners have the animal killed, al-
though the killing of an elephant
means a loss of several thousands
of dollars.
Shows carry everything found in a
good-siped town. With a combina-_
tion is a blacksmith, a barber, har-
ness maker, two painters, gilder,
cooks, bakers, electricians, a minis-
ter, veterinary doctors, and its reg-
ular family. ..hysician.
Two exhibitions are given daily.
rain or shine, asd in case of inclem-
ent weather waterproof tents insure
ample protection and comfort.
The show will be in Daytona Wed-
nesday. December 22.


DALTIHNE ANK TO

INCREASE CANAL ST91 L
BALTIMORE, Dec. ii6--At a special
meeting of the stockholders of the
Z national oank of Commerce, a rec-


ORMOND SCHOOL NEWS | [FMOW THE HUK. .ES |


i-ami ttions in all grades for the
third month completed last week,
Thursday &ad Friday, $wed excel-
lent work o 9part of me, and firly
good with others In all grades the
month's work was very atifactory.

This week the schol welcomee as
pupils Florence St. Clair, of North
Dakota, and Aberta h. of Barkers,
N. Y. We wish them both a happy
and profitable school year.

Those on the honor roll this month
are: Harold Waldron, 8th grade;
Agnes Waldron. 7th grade; Luella
Campbell, 6th grade; Cova Priest.
5th grade; Ruth Waldron, 4th grade;
John Sterthoue, 3rd grade.


NERRITT CASE OCPE


ATTENTION Of THE C T.

SEVERAL DEFENDANTS HAVE
PLEAD GUILTY BUT NONE YET


BEEN SENTENCED.


Dr. H. Hnthngton will speak at St.
James Episcopal Church next Sunday
afternoon at three o'clock.

Word has been received from Santa
Claus that the candy is on the way
for the Christmas tree at t p Union
Church next week Friday night. The
Sunday School officers have reluet-
antly made the request that the tree
be reserved for gifts within the Sun-
day School and that some other way
be found for the distribution of family
and friendly presents.

The Sunday morning following
Christmas is reserved at the Union
Church for a special Christmas ser-
vice with appropriate sermon by Mr.
Waldron. The offering of that day
will be devoted to one of the great
benevolences.

Remember the special Christmas
service at St. James Episcopal
Church at 10:00 a. m., Christmas Day.

"Blasting at the Rock of Ages,"
will be the subject of Mr. Waldron s
sermon next Sunday morning. Ser-
vice at 10:30 a. m. All seats free.


DeLAND, Fla., December 16-Hen-
ry Merritt, charged with larceny, was The Womans' Missionary Society of
found guilty by a jury late last night, the Union church at the monthly meet-
but has not yet been sentenced. Theing held last week voted to co-oper-
The crime for which Merritt was tri- ate with the church in the Apportion-
ed was holding up Dr. Reeves, a De- ment Plan of Benevolences lately
Land physician, and taking a satchel adopted by the churches of the East
away from him. Information against Coast Association at Orange City. The
Merritt and Slyvester Frazier was plan includes a schedule of the six
filed jointly, but the court granted a societies apportioned to the different
severance. Frazier will be tried la- meetings of the year with a leader
ter. in charge of each meeting. Ormond
Court did not get down to its reg- church apportionment under the plan
ular grind until yesterday morning that covers not only Florida, but the
and all of yesterday and last even- whole United States, is as follows:
ing were devoted to the trial of Mer- American Bo Foreign Missions.
ritt $83.00; Home Wiisiopary Society,
Several other cases were disposed $123.50; Amerinn Missionary Asso.
of on pleas of guilty but thus far none c|, $83 50; Cmrc Budg ,So-
ot the offender have been sentenced city, $62.00; Educational Society,
Those who entered pleas Of guilty $19.00; Sunday Sehool and Publish-
are: Simon Sith and H. Mack. ing Society, $10.00; Ministerial Aid.
affray; Stella Robinon and Lena based uonthe ability e the churches
Robinson, assault sad battery; Jim to raise benevolence as shown by
Jones, assault and battery; Ro Gib their-actual giving for the past three
son, Illegal sale of lquor; Vr yearIs.
howard and Dempsey Rountree, af-
fray; Thomas Coleman, petit larenmy.
The case against Charley Mobsy.i t is Cmi
charged with carrying a pistol with-
cut a license, was continued until the NiiB TA MITI


rext term.


-WMIL


ANOTHER PW


,:, a a "anK o L, 4 F- MILWAUKEE, Dec .16-To abolish
ommendation to increase the capital MILWAUKEE, Dec .16-To abolish
ommendation to increase the capital "baby farming" and similar evils is
from $300,00 to $500,000, and the sur- the object of the new statute regulat-
plus from $300,000 to $500,000, will be the e e r -
voted on. The additional stock to be onsin under which persons pracc-
issued, par value $15 a share, will. ing the profession must file written
be sold at $30, and the issue will application with the State board of
realize $400,00. The bank was organ- medical examiners Thosehaving fail-
Led in 1854, and Eugene Levering,'
i.ed in 1854, and Eugene Levering ed to do so today will be prevent-
the president, held that office for ed from practise The applicant is
thirty-four years. required to furnish proof of good mor-
al character and professional ability.
COMf RLALWIlK R Six members of the board must con-
sent to the licensing of any midwife.


A GENEROUS OFFER
WASHINGTON, Dec. 16-At a hear-
ing before the Interstate Commerce Those ladies living in or near Day-
Commission today, evidence will be tona who suffer from disease pecu-
aduced in the suit of the Minneapolis liar to her sex will be glad to learn
Produce Exchange and the St. Paul that Mrs. L. G. Husted, of Chatanoo-
Board of Trade against the Milwau- ga, Tenn., offers to prove the great
kee and other roads. The suit of the valuee of her 'My Home Treatment"
Greater Des Moines Commercial Club by treating one case in this communi-
against the Milwaukee road is set for tv absolutely FREE.
tomorrow Mrs. Husted's advertisement ap-
pears elsewhere in this paper. In
-----------. speaking of her free offer she said:
: "I want to imnipress suffering women
SJas. P V n *: that I am their friend-that I can and
RaS P. Vlnllfln *' will render them great assistance if
they will but let me."
ORANGE Any lady of Daytona who desires
GROWER freedom from pain, who wishes to
Become strong and healthy and hap-
Ormond Florida *.y again should write Mrs. Husted
at once. If she accepts any case for
Groves Situated on the River treatment under this free offer pro-
Road. opr (sal, she wishes it thoroughly un-
derstood that not one cent will be
charged for either her services or
medicines. adv w-2t
1fIT BOXES OF FRUIT adv. W-2t

SCarefully packed and and at Rea- 0. o
sonable Prices P.
me F. P. FR
0 Mail Orders Solicited 0 Manufa<
Cement Blocks, Shingles, I


lM II RAil.
Playing with matches and accident-
ally setting his clothes on fire result-
ed in the burning to death of the lit-
tle three-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
F. C. Buell at their home in St. Au-
gustine, Tuesday afternoon. The lit-
tle child died in terrible agony short-
ly after the accident occurred .
Several children had been playing
with a box of matches, when the !it-
tle boy scratched one and set his
clothes on fire. The inotiier was at
a neighbors 'home when the sad ac-
cident occurred. r iames entered the
lungs of the little fellow and medical
aid was of no avail .


PAIN BEACH CUNI

WILL Mll OAI
WEST PALM BEACH, Dec. 15-Full
returns from precincts of the county
show that the $200,000 bond issue fu r
good roads for Palm Beach county
carried in yesterday's election by a
majority of at least two hundred and
fifty. The progressive citizens of thq
county are highly elated over the big
victory. Opposition to the improve-
ment dwindled to practically nothing.
Palm Beach county is Florida's
youngest as it was only created by
the last legislature. That it is n't
going to be behind the other counties
of the State is made certain, ho-,'.-
er, by the unanimity with which th.-
big issue carried .
Palm Beach county is on the band
wagon with the other progres.i,;-
counties which have lately voted
bond issues for the improvements ":,
the public highways. Out of the -
mount realized from the. bond i:.-u'-
it is planned to construct a com;,.'
system of good roads r-eaching i:.tro
every'section of Palm L.:ar'h county



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ML JIAL ILECTIS.


At the regular meeting it Live
AFTER BEING TRIED FOUR TIMES Osa Chapter No. 1, Order at eastern
FOR ARSON, THEY WILL SERVE Star, held Tuesday evening, the fo0-
Icwing officers were elected for the
THEIR SENTENCE IN PRISON. coming year:
Mrs. G. B. Seaman, Worthy Ma-
The State Supreme Court this week rs. G. B. Seaman, Worthy Ma-
tron; Geo. F. Smith, Worthy Patron;
affirmed the decision of the Circuit Mrs. Geo. F. Smith, Associate Ma-
Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit P Treasurer;
Sthe case of Edward an uck A. H. Carter, Secretary; Mrs. Celeste
ten. c hged with and convicted of the in Conductress; Mrs. W. F.
crime of arson, committed near Thomason Associate Conductress.
Oak Hill many years ago. Edward The officers for the appointive po-
Clinton, the old man, will have to sitions will be announced at the
serve two years, and Buck Clinton. next meeting, Tuesday, Dec. 28th,
his son, will have to serve ten years when the officers elect will be in-
in the State penitentiary, says the De- stalled and there will be initiation.
Land News. Much interest was shown in the el-
The history of the case is quite in- section, the meeting being more than
teresting and tIhoA s how long oWe usually well attended.
ean fight off conviction and senteuct
if he has money -"he Clintons have
lteb tried four time an this .-.-AOe O N IN TREL TO
ut arson-three times *n Oran'e^ r. un-
4y on change of venue and once in NT
Volusla county. They were convicted R IT NEW "STUNTS
In Volusia county and twice convictedespen, the dancing
In Orange county One of the trials Blackwell and Hespen, the dancing
In Orange county resulted in a mis. ragtime singers and comedians with
trial. Three times has the case been Coburn's Greater Minstrels, have an
carried to the Supreme Court and entire new and creditable novelty in
twice the verdict of the lower court their specialty with the big show
has been set aside b the Supreme which goes with a scream at every
Court. Unless the doing board'performance.. They are both from
steps in and grants hem a pardon Old Kaintuck, and possess the imi-
they will have tA se e out the sen- tative ability only possible to real
tense. ] Southern boys in copying the actions,
Edward Clinton one of the par- gestures and mannerisms of the dark-
ties charged with the murder in the, ey to perfection Their dancing is a
Packwood case of many years ago. combination of grotesque excentric
During all this litigation the State buck gig and rambling effort of the
was represented by County Solicitor real article, and it is an instanta-
J. W. Perkins, and Landis & Fish, neous hit, while their dialect and sing
who were employed first by private; ing keep the fun going continuously.
patiles and later by the county to Harry Hespen in his single on roller
assist in the prosecution. skates, introduces a decided novelty
The defendants were represented by and some of the dancing done on these
8. J. Hilburn, of Palatka, Robert W. little four wheeled tricky vehicles
Da- is, of Tampa, and L. G. Starbuck, of the rinks is really phenomenal.
of Orlavdo They are one. of the best matched
When they were first arrested for teams in vaudeville and are only one
crime, the Clintons owned con- of the features of the big minstrel
siderable property around Oak Hill, show next Tuesday night at the Day-
and a large herd of cattle, all of tona Opera House.
which has gone to attorneys and' Don't forget the parade and concert
cqurt geste. at noon.
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WOMMISlSlnoNR
ws OT O LvASloo.Ecn @l C ON TT
NOT TO LEASE CONVICTS MORE LIGHUT NEIDE Al


The County Commissioners at their'
last meeting decided to withdraw
the call asking for bids for the hire
of the county convicts. Instead of
leasing them out as proposed the
convicts will be retained by the coun-
ty and continued on the public roads.


m "JM was

BRA AUTO CUTCH?
Mr. and Mrs. L F. Steer, of Coop-
erstown, N. Y, who came down from
Jacksonville by rail the first part of
last week and are at their home on
Beach street, were very much dis-
appointed not to have made the trip
to Mr. Steeres' new Buick, as they
had intended. Mr. Steere on arriv-
ing in Jacksonville,stored his machine
in one of the public garages for the
night, and did not discover until he
had left the city that the clutch of
the auto had been broken, an acci-
A--,&~ ~ ~~ b-svvr ntant in


f. E. C. PASS ER KPT.
There is a crying need for. more
light at the Florida East Coast pas-
senger depot at Daytona. The oil
lamps used only serve to accentuate
the darkness which broods over the
depot after nighttalL
Passengers alighting here very
frequently complain of the poor
lighting of the place, and when com-
pared with t he depots at other
places the size of Daytona, the light-
ing must, indeed, seem very poor.
The excuse offered by the company
for not installing electric light is
that the service is not an all-night
one throughout the year. There
seems no reason, however, why the
current could not be used during the
winter, leaving the oil lamps in place
for the time of year when the elec-
tric service does not suit, and prob-
ably this would be done by the
management if the matter was put
before them by the City Council or


den t whic occurreU, uu uJuuL, In
Board of Trade, or by a committee
joy ride taken by some of the em- Board of Trade, or by a committee
ployees of the garage the night be- of the citizens properly accredited.
oree o g Certainly some effort should be
ore. \made to secure this improvement
so that -strangers will not feel that
EASANTLY S PISD ON heyare alighting in the woods when
rNUaching Daytona.

THEIR WDDINI ANVIYERSARY.
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Spring, of Ivyi TELERAM ANNOUNCED DEATH
Lane, were very pleasantly surprised
Saturday by a party of friends who Of SISER[ AT ST. AIUSTIN
were aware that it was the eighth an-
niversary of their marriage. Most of: From Wednesday's Daily:
the number were Fort Plain, N. Y.,; Mrs. E. T. Pitcher was called to
people, and old friends of Mr. and Mr Espanola Tuesday afternoon by the
Spring. Those present were: Mr. death of her sister. Mrs. Ernest
and Mrs. H. S. Hallock, Irving Knowl-I Johnson, which occurred in the hos-
ton, Mr. and Mrs. J. Townsend, Mrs. pital at St. Augustine, where she
Emma Edick, and Mrs. Belasario, had been taken for treatment. Mr.
Mrs. A. Staples, and Mr. and Mrs. Pitcher's brother, William Pitcher,
J. H. Miller, of this city; Mr. and Mrs accompanied Mrs. Pitcher, and Mr.
W. F. Bleekman and Mr. and Mrs. Pitcher and little son went up to
Ephriam Failing ,from Seabreeze. Espanola on the early train this
Refreshments were served by Mrs. morning. Mrs. Pitcher and her
Spring and a most enjoyable social brother-in-law had been with Mrs.
evening vas cent by the party Johnson in St. Augustine for a week,
having returned to Daytona only last
F TER COMPANY AWILL OPEN Sunday.


rvA BRANCH AT NEW SMYRNA v
A BRANCH AT NEW SMYRNA


The Foster Company Monday mov-
ed their stock of gents' furnishings
from their store at Daytona Beach to
New Smyrna, where they opened
a branch store in the Masonic build-
ing. Thos. U. Stout, who establish-
td the store at Daytona Beach, is
be in charge of the business at New
Smyrna and will have as his able as-
sistant Geo .'Walton, who who was un-
c.ently with Anthony Bros., in this
city. The goods were transfer-
red to New Smyrna aboard the steam-
osr h^*li rran


TEN ALLIGATORS SEEN ON
FIRST TOMOKA RIVER TRIP.
The passengers of the steamer,
Cherokee, on her first trip of the sea-
.'n up the Tomoka river, Tuesday.
%:ere treated to the sight of ten al-
ligators. fout being seen on the trip
ul, the river and six on the return.
Some of them were said to be big
OIeH'S.

Miss Alma Balmer, who has been
it\ing in the city for a week or


1IL TIn omS W, "".A. CO"ad "d R
M ates were DeLad visitors Tue day.


SAYS 15uSI Si Miss Carrie Chaer is again on


THE CHRISTMAS RUSH WILL
SOON COMMENCE AND PACK-
AGES ARE LIABLE TO DELAY.
From Wednesday's Daily:
Just at present the local postoffice
force is not overcrowded with the
extra amount of mail usual before
Christmas, but the holiday rush is
bound to commence in a few days.
Postmaster Smith requests the Daily
News to admonish its readers to
mail Christmas packages as early as
possible and thus insure their deli-
very in proper time. -Packages not
mailed until a few days before the
day upon which recipients are sup-
posed to receive them are very apt
to become lost or delayed in the grea
mass of mail which is yearly trans-
ported by the government the few
days closest to Christmas.
A great many. persons seem to be
under the impression that it does no
particular harm' to enclose a note
with a present sent to a friend-but
it does for it makes the package
liable for first-class postage, and the
sender liable to a fine or imprison-
ment for sending as any other than
first-class.
It has been decided by the classifi-
cation committee of the Postoffice
department that the words "Not to
be opened until Christmas day" or
similar inscription, may be written
only on such parcels as bear postage
of, first class rates. Packages that
are mailed at third class or fourth
class rates may bear the same in-
scription, provided that it- is
stamped or printed on them. When
written on the parcel with pen or
pencil, the words are held to be a
personal communication from the
sender to the addressee, thus mak-
ing the matter subject to first-class
rates.


Mr. and Mrs. Thos. H. White re-
turned Tuesday afternoon from Du-
pont, where they had been visiting
since Saturday with U. J. White and
family.

Mr. and Mrs. L E. Jones, of
Chicago, are located for the winter
with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Parker, cor-
ner of Fairview avenue and Beash
street.

I. E. Baldwin, who has been a guest
at The Magnolia for the month past,
has gone to Daytona Beach to spend
thdi mamai.Lm.MUrag Uk L1it 5 tl m Wo E tEla,


duty at the Peck-HaMedrick stoe, aft-
ter several days ahlence, due to In-


Mrs. W. G .Nash is spending a
few days in St. Augustine, having
gone up to the Ancient City Tues-
day afternoon.

Mrs. Rosencrans and daughter Dor-r
is, arrived from Brooklyn, N. Y.,
and have taken rooms for the winter[
at LaCrosse Villa.

Mrs. iAargaret Jackman, of Utica,
N. Y., arrived Saturday and has taken
apartments at the LaCrosse Villa on
Ridgewood avenue.

Attorney F. W. Pope was an out-
bound passenger Tuesday night,bould
for Ocala, Jacksonville, St. Augus-
tine and other points.

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. O. Pridmore,
of Chicago, are among the recent ar-
rivals. Mr. Pridmore is a promin-
ent architect of the Windy City.

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Moore arrived
Monday night from Hartford, Ct., and
are established in their handsome
winter home at the corner of Ridge-
wood and Orange avenues.

W. J. Rutishuser, of Fernandina,
Las accepted a position in the Ed.
Sullivan barber shop on North Beach
street, coming to Daytona from De-
Land.

The First Methodist Church plan
to open a reading room in Epworth
Hall for men and boys Tuesday and
Friday evenings of each week;hours
from 7:00 to 9:00 p. m.

Eske, the magician, and Ollie Crane
the soubrette, drew large and enthu-
siastic audiences at the Crystal The-
atre last night. There will be a com-
plete change of program tonight.

N. J. Nusbaum was in the city from
Port Orange Monday, where he is lo-
cated for the season with Mrs. Nus-
baum, having arrived recently from
Joliet, Il1. Mr. Nusbaum is the father
of Charles, Fred and Herman Nus-
baum, of this city.

Wm. R. Babington, wrecking mas-
ter of the F. E. C. Ry., was in the
city Sunday for a brief visit with his
mother, Mrs. Maria Babington. on Ba
street Mr. o biMgton's wife and
children, who had% come the day be-
fore, returned with him to their home
at Ft .Pierce Sunday evening.

W. M. Hankins' new electric sign
was placed in position on the Beach
street front of the Atwood Pharmacy
Tuesday and showed up gaily when
the current was turned on in the ev-
ening. It is a very attractive sign


daughter, Mrs. IL G. Johnson. and may be seen for a consideraMle
distance either North or South on
Beach street.
B. F. Ford, of the Clyde Line, is
registered at the Pines. Mr. and
Mrs. Jas. E. Wright, of Brooklyn, are E. R. French, J. B. Moore's chauf-
also recent arrivals at this pleasant feur, drove Mr. Moore's Pope Hart-
hostelry. ford car from Jacksonville to this
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A party from the Magnolia con-
sisting of Mrs. Bleasdale and daugh-
ter, Miss Ethel Bleasdale, and Capt.
J. H. Webber joined the Cherokee
excursion party that made the trip
up the picturesque Tomoka Tuesday.

"Your effusion," said the busy editor.
"is not available."
"Is there any other place where I
could send it?" queried the disappoint-
ed bard.
"Oh, yes!"
"Where, sir?"
"The house of correction."*


city, Monday, accompuanying Gu. W.
Wells, of Southbridge, Mass., who was
coming down to his winter home in
Seabreeze i. a Packard car. They
left Jacksonville at 12:30 and reach-
ed here at 7:.- p. m., which was not
bad running.

Drinking Water.
The quality of drinking water may
be ascertained by filling a bottle half
full. tightly corking it and then shak-
Ing it vigorously for a minute or two.
On uncorking the bottle if the slightest
disagreeable odor develops there Is
some kind of pollution in the water.


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BLUM'S MONOGRAM "A IS STILL A WINNER
WE WILL SHIP EXPRESS PAID
4 full quarts, either bottled in bond or blend................................... 4.00
12 full quarts, either bottled in bond or blend................................... 00


BLENDED GOODS
Lewis' 66 Hunter Harper
Echo Spring Cascade (Tennessee)
Wilson Murry Hill Clubl
4 Full 12 Ftll
Quars (Oa.ts
Any of the Above Bands.... $5.00 $12.00
Blura's Monogram........... 4.00 12.00
Sher-,aiIClub ............ 2.75 8.00
Mairyls&d Club......... 5.50 13.50
Ml Vernon ............. 6.00 16.00
Black Label. -.:....... -, 6.00 16.00


5i~t*Ias to the GaL


4 Bottles U bonts
Four Roses................ 7.00 1850
Three Feathers............. 7.00 18.50
CORN wMlISKiY
4 Full 12 Fual
Quarts Quarts
Tennemee Old Reserve...... $4.00 $11.00
Black and Blue.... ........ 3.00 9.00
Harvest Corm............. 3.50 10.Y)
Laurel Valley.............. 3.50 10.50
Checker Board ........... 3.25 9.00


BOTTLED IN BOND


4 Full
Clarke's Pure Rye-......... $5.J00
Sunny Brook............. 05.
Eary Times........... .. 5.00
Guggnheimer ............. 6.03
Mellwood............. .... 5.00
Blum's Monogram.......... 4.00
Moncrief Spring ........... 4.00
Clark's Sour Mabh .......... 4.00


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13.0W
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
11.00
10.50


S' UIIPer Barrel, 10Udo. Epin ts ....... 12.00w ,sC .J CNCIND EER
Prices F. O.B. Jacksonvilk. Fla. P. PricesPF-V.


BULK WHISKiiKA
EXPRESS& OMM
62.50. 83.0Y. $-..50. $4.00. 04.'A S5.00,
S5.50. $6.00 per G.ail.n.
BULK CORN WHISKEY
XPU~.S PAMO
100 roof
$2.50. 83.00. 83.50 per Gallou., m.ding
to ae.
On all orders for $3.50 or
over goods will be srpped
in handsome glass jars.


Per Barrel. 10 duz. pints .. ..........8." :
Per Dozen. pack.i in Boxes .. ........ O
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Sa a / A close eepaninton of eletrie-1
^ *al work finished and chased fr
Sly and honorably we tansaet our
business. Ele i m-cal repir rew
eeive special attention. Those
who employurneverwmUrabout
-o charges, and they know be-
foreengaging s that our wak-
!s- mahip wll be the best.

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left ISnay for PaN. Beach to apemd
a cougge i weeks with her kueinm.

A plabme-t f.a.Miet strawbeleies
from the Despland farm was on exhi-
bition at the Church drug store from
Saturday until Monday.


C. E. Orth, principal of the Ormond
public schools, was in the city Sat-
urday between trains.

Mrs .C. R. Simonds arrived from
Jacksonville Monday for a week's
visit with relatives at Holly Hill.


oplete Gas Plants Installed.

Plumbing and Heating Supplies.

Brass and Galv. Pipe and Fittings.


Fairbanks & Morse Engines & Pumps.

Niagara Hydraulic Rams.

Ireland Pipe Wrenches.




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Mr. and Mrs. Johnson a
of Rochester, N. Y.
rooms at the Daytona
house.


nd daughter.
have taken
Apartment


Charles Moore, of Anderson, Ind.,
arrived one day last week, and will
spend the winter with his uncle, W.
M. Moore and family, on Ridgewood
avenue.

) Conrad Stubenford, Jr., returned
SSaturday night from Jacksonville,
where he has been for the past ten
Says or two weeks .
Dr. -George Walton arrived Satur-
i day night from New York, where he
ohas been for two weeks or more,
since his return from abroad.

A. B. Yelvington, of Titusville, stop-
ped over with his father, Jesse Yelv-
ington, of Kingston, from Saturday
until Sunday Mr. Yelvington was
h on hi- way home from a business trip


The First Baptist church will have
their Christmas entertainment on
Christmas Eve night There will be
a program and a tree, recitations,
songs and emblematic pieces .

The American Woman's League,
which was organized last summer, is
growing quite rapidly. A number of
new members will be received into
the Daytona branch at the next month.
ly meeting.

Capt. L. E. Ellenwood received last
week, from Bridgeport, CL, the new
engine for the Uncle Sam, a 40-horse
power Automatic. The Uncle Sam
will be put on a regular run between
this place and New Smyrna.


News comes that Mr. and Mrs. F.
J. Trezise, who spent the winter here
two years ago, are now at their home
at New Lenox, Chicago, and do not
expect to be down this winter. Mr.
Terzise edits the technical depart-
ment of the Inland Printer.

Clarence Bracey, who returned from
New York, Thursday, accompanying
E. A. Lindberg and Carl Sparks on a
record automobile trip from Jackson-
ville, has accepted a position with
Messrs. Taylor & Forlaw, electricians
of North Beach street.


Among the younger groves the one
of Mrs. D. McLaren, west of Kingston
ip probably as thrifty as any in this
vicinity She has twenty acres of the
Pineapple variety of oranges and five
acres of grapefruit less than three
years old, but the trees are bearing
p-ofusely .

Major J. B. Downing, who has
many friends here in Daytona, writes
Col. M. Huston that he is now in Cin-
cinniati, about to have an operation
performed on one of his eyes. Major
and Mrs. Downing will later come to
Daytona and spend the season as us-
ual .

H .T. McClellan was painfully bit-
ten by a dog, said to belong to Jas.


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i you have not paid your poll tax, '
better do it now, for unless qualified '
H the gen election you are bar- ida East Coa-t Auorbile
II from voting at other elections tion at its ameeti:ng last evening d-
'9lleetor D. P. Smith will be in this I -d t enc epartf t
,llb Dec. 20, 21 and 22, or you can:
,sem1 the amount to him by mail and' lass and install a billiard arnd I,',l


Kincaid, while riding his
North Beach street, about
urday evening The dog,
running quietly beside
-i-zed Mr. McClellan by
scratching the skin, but
not lac-rating it.


bicycle on
dusk Sat-
which was
the wheel,
the ankle
fortunately


E. A. Lindberg left this city Sat-
urday to continue his automobile trip
to Miami Mr. and Mrs. Erlin Brown,
proprietors of the Rosedale, accompa-
nied Mr. Lindberg as far as New
Smyrna returning from that place by
train His father, F. G. Lindberg,
was also with him as far as Hawks
Park where he went for a visit with
relatives.

J W. i'ooth cannot refrain from
picking up specimens of animal and
reptile life, and now has the rucleu
of a collection in the rear of Bing-
hani &- Malc's s Trre on Beach St.


Miss Carrie Chaffer has been
absent from her pcst in the Peck-Hen
dricks store for several days from
the effects of a severe cold.

Mrs. Edward White and son, Har-
old, arrived Monday night from Plain-
field, N. J. and are occupying their
home on Noith Ridgewood avenue.

Dr. Mathews and wife, of Cape
Cod., Me.. came in the latter part of
last week and have taken a suit of
rooms in the Hall flat on Palmetto
avenue.
J. M. Carson received a telegram
Sunday, containing the sad Informa-
tion that his sister, Mrs. Joe. GhrIst,
of Grandstone, Pa., had sustained a
paralytic stroke.

Rev .Herman 0. Porter returned
Monday afternoon from a ten days'
visit to various points on the gulf
coast, including Tampa and St. Pe-
tersburg. Mr. Porter held services at
Bellview Sunday .

R. T. McFadden arrived from Tybee
Ga., Monday afternoon for a two
weeks 'visit and to look after bus-
iness matters Mr .McFadden says
that both his father and Miss Queenie
are in excellent health.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hall, of North
Beach street, went over to Maitland
Monday afternoon ,to spend a few
days Mr. Hall has a young bearing
orange grove at Maitland, which he
wanted to overlook.

W. R. Macbeth, formerly with W.
H. Wright, is filling the place of nigh
watchman in the business section of
the city and will undoubtedly make a
reliable and efficient officer for that
position.

Mrs. E. R. Jefferson and maid, ar-
rived last Friday from Montclair, N.
.F., :and are located as usual in one
of W. B. Chittenden's houses on Nortl
Ridgewood avenue.

Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Call arrived on
Monday afternoon, as expected, and
are established in their winter home
on South Ridgewood avenue for the
winner.

k Mrs. Porteus and two daughters,
Mrs. M. P. Good and Mrs. S. E. Moor
of St.Louis, arrived Monday afternoon
and will spend the winter in this
vicinity This is their first visit t<
Floriua, their winters heretofore hav
ing been spend in California.


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Mrs. T. F. Williams and children
returned Sunday night from Jackson-
ville, where they have been for two
months past, and are at their home
on Orange avenue. Mr. Williams is
now at Sanford, looking after business
interests that require his personal at-
tention.

Captain Ben F. McCoy was in the
city shaking hands with friends Tues-
day. Captain McCoy stated that work
on their new boat, the Republic, is
progressing nicely and she will prob-
ably be ready for launching in a
week or ten days. She will be
put on a run between Daytona and
St. Augustine.


Ralph Liscomb, Clifford Walls and
Lesslie Carter, all of Seal Harbor, Me
arrived Saturday and expect to spend
the- winter in Daytona They have
1,een overlooking the St. Cloud and
k .ssimmee districts but decided for
this city. Mr. Liscomb having been
here last winter The young men are
Lfi-nds of H. L. Obe-r, of this mity,
hailing from his old home.

Mrs. Charles IL. Jones arrived Mon-
day night from Washington, where
she had been visiting with relative-,
and will remain over Christmas in
the city with her step-daughter, Mrs.
J. D. Maley and family. Mr. Jones
is still at San Remo, Italy, on the
Mediteranian sea and has fully re-
S. ia ed her health. Mrs. Maley's
daughter, Dorothy Martin, is with
him.

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Officehours 9 a. m.top m.

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4- -L"1" "-11. A British warship recently found it
where he has put in a cement basin ary to call at a military port on OWNERS OF LOOSE CATTLE AT A T
for alligators and has a fine rattle- ry to call at a ilitry port on OWNERSN IC HOURS Al
the coast of Ireland. Tommy Atkia, TAKE WARNING FROM THIS.
snak,- caged. Thiz will form a point
meeting a full bearded Irish t2r in the
of interest to many of our wint-r t eet a ayuor E. W. Greene piu the Ine DA b l i
street a couple of hours later. said: DAYO UBLIL LIARi,
-sitors. Pat. when are you going t piae n th e cattle recently i:.,ou:ded fr
your whiskers on the reserve list?' running at large irn the < .:t ilun- t '< i. .ith Monday of thia
Mr. ar.d Mrs. M. L. Stai.ley and "When you place your tongue on the i an:d ,3 ))- per Lead, a.- a om0 o f -: I;hytonla I' I.' L: ary ill
Mr. Stanley:"s parents, Mr. and M1rs civil list." was the Irish sailor's reply. th-Lnm .ere cale- makmrie a t,.al of . j. I .I:tai ;--, arriv-d .Monday after- -London Tit-Bits. $20..,, while the :xe..r-.s fr k e j I; ur-ir-.lay .. I., .,:.,:r th -
:,ri t -,-lid teA- Aint er. These His Story Lepted. b roug*t the amount up' to r-ly :;, ablla managemient ro tne- L:,:ta& a,
ii,-a.sant poi -fle were located in Comr "Quills has had a story accepted at This should be fair war:.ing to OAnerS ., I. C f Abbott
.J. i All.-' ..- or. South Palmetto: last," remarked a novelist to a col- (f battle not to let them tray .t:.a --
aenur- la-t -ea-son and thb-ir r-jturn league. th- city l:nrits, as it will be epea.ive M C .
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-- THE SUN BROTHERS' SHOWS,
DAYTONA BEACH, Dec. 15-Rev.
Grant Stewart, of Seattle, Wash., will THAT WILL APPEAR HERE
preach at the Methodist Church Sun- SOON.
day morning. Professor Watkins will '
sing a solo. Special music by the The value of a good name as a trade
choir. mark in winning the confidence and c
The OIpworth social at the parson- esteem of the public was never bet- T
ase Friday night of last week -was a ter exemplified than in the case of
nost enjoyable affair, some seventy- the Sun Brothers' Greater Progressiv
'ive people attending during the ev- Shows this season .W wherever they
?ning. A fine program was given, have cast their tents and caravan im- E
A. VandeVorde is making a very at- mense crowds have been in attend- E
activee approach to the front and ance. The show is bigger and bet-
ride entrance of the suethodist ter than ever. The arenic features
Church. A wide cement platform is being enlarged and the animal depart- L
teing laid which will be built up &y ment augmented by divers new and A
a flight of stone steps, strange beasts from distant lands.
Mr. Leggett, of Lake Placid, N. Y., The Sun Brothers' performance is
has rented the Hibbard beach cottage always clean and interesting, and can
and is occupying it with his attend- not fail to be instructive and inter-
ant testing to eve ryone c
The fishing has been exceptionally In the morning at 11:30 o'clock,
good for the past week. .Mr. Fix there will be offered on- a.magnifi-
caught five large bass and a basket cent plaza erected in front of the
full of whiting from the ocean pier Main Entrance, a series of extraor-
Wednesday. dinary free exhibitions It is announ-
Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner, who were ced that they will be the best out-.
ir the Bleekman apartments last year door fetes ever given to the public
are back again, and have taken the gratuitously.
Scheid cottage on Grandview avenue. The doors for the 'Main Top" per-
air. and Mrs. Baker, of Lakeside, formance will be opened at one o'-
Ohio, have rooms at Ocean Spray. clock, and the Matinee will start
Dr. and Mrs. M. V. Young arrived promptly at two o'clock. At night
h.st Thursday from Frankfort, Ind., time the performance will start at
and are cosily settled for the season eight o'clock and the doors will open
in the Field cottage on Bath street. at seven o'clock.
Dr. Young says .Ir. and Mrs. G. Y.
Fowler,of his city, who spent last win-
ter here, will be here again this win-TUN ENAEMENT
ter, arriving early in January. Mr. SPECIAL U ENAG
Fowler is the talented editor of the AIA
Frankfort Morning Times. UI0 VIKIIIA hlLLIAIMAN 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williamson,
vho moved from their place of busi- The Virgiia Milliman Company,
ness on Seabreeze avenue to the which pleased so many people at tue
Bunch cottage, leave today for De- opera house a short time ago with
Land, where they expect to spend their productions will return to the
the season. opera house through special arrange- 1
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Branch were in mMents with Alanager Herbert and
DeLand Wednesday. Messrs. Snead & Bennett, for an en-
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Ainesworth, wh gagement of four night beginning nex 1
purchased the Clark place last win- Wednesday, Dec. ZZ, and continuing 1
ter, arrived from Moline, Ill., the first Thursday, Fri4ay and. Saturday nights,
or the week, and have been at the Dec. 23, 24 and 25. There will be a
New Seaside. Yesterday they moved big special matinee on Christmas Day
) their cottage, where they will be Every production presented will be a
t home for the season. laughing comedy. Nothing quiet and ]
The Daytona Beach Hotel has been heavy will be produced as the plays r
basedd for the season by Edward Con- are just continuous laughs from start
S.y. to finish.
Senator Edward Pierce and wife ar- The plays to be produced will be: (
vcd Sunday and are established in Checkmate, A Race for a Million, Con
their bungalow on the river front. fusion, and The .Girl from Chili. A I
Mr. and Mrs. Sproul, Mrs. Boyd s-pecial Christmas matinee will be a
Shoemaker's parents, are occupying feature. This company deserves pack-
the Shoemaker home on Peninsula ed houses at every performance for
drive for the winter. They arrived `'.ytona never had a stronger organi-
last week. nation of players at the Opera House.
Secure seats for every performance as
this will be the last opportunity to
A T DLPINs-e Miss Milliman and this splendid
company of players this season.
MAKES VISIT TO DAYTOA.
The cruising yacht "Dolphin," of SERVICES AT BAPTIST CHURCH
Walton, on the Indian river, stopped Christmas sermons morning and ev-
over at this place Wednesday,, on her eaing next Sunday at the r irst Bap-
way to Ormond, from whic-. point tist Church morning worship at
she will turn south again. 11:00 o'clock, evening worship at
The Dolphin nas on board her own- 7.30.
er, Capt. C. B. Gifford and wife, and The Sunday School meets at 10:00
Capt. Gifford's father, Capt. N. Gif- a. m. Visitors receive a cordial wel-
ord. They have been making a lets- come.
rely cruise from Walton, stopping at The B. Y. P. U. meets at 6:45 pre-
arious points enroute. ceding the evening service. The sub-
The Dolphin is a very nicely fin- ject this week is: "What Jesus
shed boat, about forty feet in lengLa Taught About Gratitude." Read Luke
y ten or twelve foot beam and was chapters one and two. That will make
ouilt last year. > ou grateful. A warm welcome to alL


HALIfAX LODGE f. A. EP>-COPAL CHURCH SERVICES.
Fourth Sunday in Advent
HOLDS AiAL LECIION. S. Marys, Daytona.-HolyCommun

The regular convocation of Halifax Morning Prayer and Sermon, 11:00
Lodge, No. 81, F. & A. M., Ihurs- :a.- m.. music by vested choir.
day night was largely attend and (,.ce Church, Port Orange.-Ser-


quite a number of visiting b thren -ice and sermon, 3:<00 p. m.
were present Two candVidat were .'race Church, New Simyrna.-Ser-
raised to the sublime de ceejf Mas- .. e and sermon, 7:0o p. m.
ter Masons and the annlelection St .James, Ormond.-Service and
of officers was held. Following., the Sermon. "):0- p. ni.
election a social half hour was spent The Rev. )r. Huntington will preach
in the banquet hall, where a bounte- All seats are free at all services.
ous repast had been prepared. Strangers welcome.
The installation of officers was set Sianday School at St .Mary's at 1.1:45
for St. John's Day, Dec. 27th, the a .-m.
usual date for this ceremony.
The following officers were elected
for the ensuing year : Joseph Os- THE PERPLEXING
borne, Worshipful Master; John W. CHRISTMAS PROBLEM
Williams, Senior Warden; Jacob Es- What will you buy as Christmas
pedahl, Junior Warden; F. T. Peck presents for wife, daughter, mother,
and A. H. -Carter were re-elected son, sweetheart, sister, brother, fath-
Treasurer and Secretary, respectively, er, mother or friend? Just now this
and James Carnell succeeds himself is a very perplexing question but
as Trustee for three years. one that can be easily solved by a
The appointive offices will be an- shopping jaunt along Beach street.
nounced the night of the Installation. All the real live business houses are
daily asking you through the columns
Fl0RIDAD FLOATIn Z7OO WILL of the Daily News and the Gazette-
News to call at their respective place
of business and look over the many
EXHIBIT AT CONRAD DOCK. pretty and appropriate articles they
are displaying .
P. A. McMillan will be here about "Shop Early," is an old admonition.
January 1st with his floating Zoo of but one that always holds good. Early
Florida animals and reptiles and will shopping not only insures a better
locate at the Conrad dock for the sea- choice but it relieves the work of


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)AYTONA INSTITUTE
THIRTWBTS TUAX,
Kiss 8. Elizabeth Stoever, Principal,
No.1 Seminole block, Beach Street,
Sdoth of Orange.
s and Individual Instruction. Coach-
g f pupils needing special attention.
Languages, Elocution, Drawing, Lit-
erature and Current Events.

MASONIC DIRECTORY.
LI FAX LODGE, No. 81, F. & A. M-
eets Ist and 3rd Thursdays.
LIeAX CHAPTER, No. 5, R A. M.-
0ots 2nd Thursday.
NTAL COMaM N DERY,No. 9,K. T.-
sets 4th Thursday.
SOAK CHAPTER, No. 1, 0. E. 8.-
seta 2nd and 4th Tuesdays.
meet In Masonic Hall, Orange avenue

"For Rent," "Furnished Rooms,"
Dr Hire" and "Table Board" pla-
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noapesithe death Q Za1 at a
-do, of H. C. Clark, at on timiaa resr'
ident of Daytonaand and partner at
Mr. Kincaid In the furniture busineIS
Mr. Clark was in business at Orlando,.
but had not been in good health for
a year or more, it seems.

THE BIRCHWOOD MARKET ,
HAS CHANGED HANDS.
Mrs. S. M. Smith, Mrs. Robt. D.-
Johnson's mother, arrived Tuesday
night from Groton, Ct, to spend the
winter with her daughter and family.
Mrs. Smith was accompanied from
Groton by Harry F. Holloway who will
assist Mr. Johnson in the Birchwood
market, probably remaining perma-
nently, as Mr. Johnson has purchased
the business from C. A. Birchwood
and contemplates continuing it
throughout the year .


The
E.'ceptional
Equipment
of the California Fig Syrup Co. and the
scientific attainments of its chemists have
rendered possible the production of Syrup
of Figs and Elixir of Senna, in all of its
excellence, by obtaining the pure medic-
inal principles of plants known to act most
beneficially and combining them most
skillfully, in the right proportions, with
its wholesome and refreshing Syrup of
California Figs.
As there is only one genuine Syrup of
Figs and Elixir of Senna and as the gen-
uine is manufactured by an original
method known to the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, it is always necessary to buy the
genuine to get its beneficial effects.
A knowledge of the above facts enables
one to decline imitations or to return them
if, upon viewing the package, the full name
of theCalifornia Fig SyrupCo. is not found
printed on the front thereof.






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a pleasant countenance long before the day is dome, w haw IH stoek of
that famous and widely-known brand of GROOVER SOFT SJIOES, which
are the standard for comfort and value Every pair of Groover turn shoes
are hand sewed, made of the best gamdes ofgo t and ad htem- fremo the-
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enough in the mock welt lines to make them compare very favorably in
wearing qualities with the average welted shoe, and bring to the wearer
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doner a sense of satisfaction that only goes with a first

class article capable of representing you properly and favorably.

Please bear in mind that the name of "ANTHONY" on a gift parcel is a mark of Quality.




A large shipment of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Suits just received.

Sweater Coats, white gray and fancy-Shirts, Pajamas, Silk Suspenders in fancy boxes, Fancy Hose all kinds.


We display a very complete line of Neckwear in latest New York novdlties.


House Slippers, also a Complete Line of Men's Wear.


Ladies' Sweaters and Golf Coats, Ladies' fancy and plain Hose, lisle, silk and embroidered. Evening Slippers.


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