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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: December 25, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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DAYTONA


21. Number 31


DAYTONA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY. DE


bENM


R 25. 1909


SubscrictiLon S1.50 ner TaY


A. G. Gowen, who has been in this
- city for several months, left Wednes-
day on his return" to his home at
Folkestone, Ga.

Among other Christmas shoppers
in the city Tuesday were Mrs. J. B.
Case and daughter, Mrs. Allan Trow-
ell, of Port Orange.


Wy don't you buy a Thermos Bot-
for father or brother? You can
,;"l aa, 4-ha I. f9 ,.. V 1 ,J


Mr. and MIt.T.F. Williams and chil-
dren will spend the Christmas holidays


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

C. II. Pellicier returned Wednesday
afternoon from a several days' visit
at St. Augustine .

Roy Barnes returned from Winter
Park Wednesday, to spend the win-
ter holidays at home.

Mrs .George Walton went to New


A'PNew Line of T ALMETTO CLUB INVITATIMS ARE MAILED
SOUVENIR GOODS i
on display at HOLDS CHRISTIMAS MEETING. mI ELKS' CAITY I BALL
SW ALLACE 'S The home ofr the ralme.to Clui -
Art and Jewelry Store. presented a bright and Christnmasy TICKETS HAVE BEEN PLACED ON
i rppearanet-t on Thursday afternoon. SALE AT HANKINS' AND
-For Rent--ottage or Rooms for
light housekeeping. Address Pox 306.; The baIniiib. evergreen,. Imalms and YOUNG'S PHARMACIES.
IDaytona Beach. 3t and tChristmas bells. all lighted Iby'


1V. A. Bailey of Columbus Ohio,


made ttit. seet' effective and artistic. T'le invitatilons halve beten wtailed


ny useful and pretty things to at Punta Gorda visiting Mr. Williams' yrna uesy ng to on arrived last night ad is a guest t Mrs. atchlor nd Mrs. Cerry ,,,
.V in Diamonds, Catchy Jewelry, mother, and other relatives. Walton, who is employed in the Fos- Magnolia. wereniht and thi aoluesses... INew Years o Aks rtvtl do
i` Glass, Hand Painted China, ter Company store at that place. e Magnolia. ere the w ar As priouly ta
Silver, &c It it's new we The program was as follows: ed. all personI whether Elks or not.
Sie g Silver, &c, If It's new weybody. Luther Willin resumed his duties D. McLaren returned Thursday The Paurs ristma rt, rqueted to hand to the con-
.lve it. Reference, anybody. Miss Evelyn Atwood returned from The Paupersr Christmas Eve,
L. H. ROWE & CO., The Jewelers. Monday in the ferry boat, after aTuesday andfrom a brief visit to ('"..- Smit te names of any peron to
two weeks enforced vacation, due to the north Tuesday, and Joined her a Mrs. C. Smith whom they desire invitations set.
Messrs. F .N. Conrad and E. F. an attack of lumbago. parents Dr and Mrs. E .C. Atwood Christmas the Festival of th Chris- Th nvittion ommitt oni
S" hrtn th es l f th h h at their Ridgewood avenue home.I t n, coniun
aOtes returned Wednesday night ara. A. Goodwin went to Miami tain Church, Mrs. W. II. Reed of T. E. Fitzgerald. P. J. Niver and
lom Jacksonville. The members of the Order of There will be a Christ present Thrday night for a week's visit In The Angel Song, A. F. Loud J. !D. Maley. have prepared a lit of
Eastern Star are making preparations on the tree for the party who abduct- that city Mrs Chowning, accompanied by Mr names but no doubt many have b
Dont you thing decent streets are for the initiationand annual installa- on the tree fo r the party who abduct- that cMain omitted to which invitations aboal
great an attraction as automobile tion ceremonies, which take place ks' poultry house Tuesday night. *Depland's Farm, Magnolia avenue. Encore Louple 1I.0 Stern be sent. Don't be backward about
S ce. One costs no more than thenext Tuesday. ck poultry house Tuesday night one block west of the waterworks A Story-Christmas Every ay in the asking for invitations -the affair
r. Miss ena Thynne returned Tues- George Baily, a colored resident of Speclaties are strawberries, rheu- Year, Mrs. Each' 1 a charity ball, remember.
That th ollar check look s lay Lena Thynne returned Tues- Midway, died in that place Monday barb, celery and poultry. w-tf The Angels Refrain Mrs. Chowning Tickets ar now on ale at Hankls'
That thousand dollar check looks lay afternoon from St .Augustine,
4-wful lonesome lying in the editors' where she had been for the past two tnd the rCemetains wer Tuesday after Wh not have SODA WATER de- Mr. hdon of DLand
de Don't you want good streets? weeks, and joined her sister, Mrs. Mt. Ararat Cemetery Tuesday af liv d at your door from the ay- The Morning Song of Bethlehem,
I Then cough up M. S. Hunt, again oo ton* Bottling Works, where only pur Mrs. Watkins, accompanied by Mrs. ALE A lS XLAINS
The express shipments of oranges distilled water is used Try CAS- Huston.
Mrs. Alice Gwinner and baby Har- Mrs. E. H. Winney, who strained CADE GINGER ALE-40 cents per
CAEfrom Daytona are very heavy nowDD After the rogra ca a candy
-ld, went to Miami Wednesday night the ligaments of her leg nearly four from Daytona are very heavy w-tnow, f
to visit for a month or more with Mrs weeks ago, is still unable to use that many boxes being forwarded to rel- howe r iand the presentation of nu-
I atves and friends in the North for ------ nrus Kifts to the (lub. B.
N. White and L. R. Hatfield, and member, but is getting about with the atives and friends in the North for nrou girs to ti. Cluh. ..
N. thir e fam le, a id of crbutces. the holiday season. Mrs. Thilo arrived from Chicago SAYS THE CITY WAS "BUSTED"
their families aid of crutches. Thursday afternoon and joined Dr. NEGRO EMANCIPATION DA WHEN THE PRESENT ADMINI..
Balough & Melton are engaged in Mr and Mrs Walter B Burgess Mrs .Charles Rhodes and son, of Thilo and her daughter, Miss Thilo. OCCURS JANUARY THIRD.
Ballugh & Melton are engaged in Mr. and Mrs Walter B. Burgess, Springfield, Ill., are located at Ed- at Woodlawn. Mrs. Thilo was accom- TRATION TOOK THE OARS.
rllng a well at the Dressnerplace, and Mr. Burgess' mother and sist mund Millers on South Palmetto ave Paed y Jomn Wood, of the same The colored people of Midway atnd
formerly E. A Lapp's property, onwere over from DeLand, Sunday, by Mr. Rhodes will pee Waycros. under the up f .h.* Editor the peninsula north of Ormond Iautomibile, for a visit with Mrs. Bur-nue for the winter. Mr. Rhodes will leeI
I gess' mother, Mrs. Alice Gwinner. join them for a short stay later in D__aytona Industrial Sehaool, arre aakig marks usad the ge.ne,.ral attitude~ of
i L J. Crews was with his family at" I the season, j W. II. Wright has just conpl.eted f -lngston from Sunday until Tuesday J. B. Garrison's brother, W. M. Seabreeze parties the lettering of a ,rat. cel.bratlon of Euaareipatlii toward timh. City Council. as outt of
afternoon, when he returned by train Garrison, and C. Barnett, of Char E.C. Hazzard arrived from Roches- large sign, facing the railroad at t )ay on onay, January third. There hat ly. f a though l d-
to Harwood lotte N. C., are guests of Mr. and Mrs ter. N. Y., Monday evening on a two passenger depot, calling attention to will be a strt parade arranged f of ai ly, att tey
taw-d Garrison for the holiday season, at Iweeks' vacation and joined Mrs.' Seabre.ez and the various hotels nlow w b a r r arran y at t
Mr. and Mrs. W. L Cook of Bal-their home on Ivy Lane. Hazzard, who is spending the winter operating in that attractive town. Iu'nder the direction of thi- color,.d are should hui played b..fore- tl, pub-
Mtiore Md. are spending the first r with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al-: Masonic and Odd Fellow lodge-s, di- li"- In tie. proplr light. At tie "om-

:-prt of the season here, as usual. Mrs. George H. Munroe has kindlybert Beavenue. Miss Feaster arrived from Buckheadi playing the- idutrial, commercial, mnt of tl- pr.-nt te,ru of
'Mr. Cook is Mrs. Wm. A. Ronald's donated to the library a beautifully S. C., Thursday night, and is at h<-r fraternal and religious developman.nt office last FE*bruary. tie- incoming
'lter. written book on the life of Mary Ba- Miss Betty Quartermann arrived on winter -ome on Ridgewood avenue. of the ngo r ce in thins sion!' il faced a dep.leted tr-asry and
M M" ker Eddy by Sybil Wilbur. Mrs. Mun- Tuesday afternoon, from De Land, an Ind,,blednsI ,marlnK t4,a m. Tha
Miss Margaret Wood returned Wed- roe has also contributed The Monitor where she is attending Stetson Uni- where she joined her aunt Miss Cub- and other attractive feature-s in the' uh-abud u on tx had t
i been for the past two months, in this city with her auntu Mrs. .t T. otime. parade, with an oration sat the Ar- b-en defeated whi'h ni.aat err-
haday night from Palatka, where she for the reading room for the year 1910 versity, and will spend the holidays time.Miss Feaster was accompanied parade. with an oration st the Ar b een di td ih n t a r
s been for the past two months, i by her cousin, Miss Edens., who will sory by ron' of the most noted negro ofs lossn to t e city. Tih water-
Swill assist her sister ,Miss Eliz. --:FOR RENT for season-house on Dunn and family on Bay street.pend the winter with her. orator of theSouth Dr. S. T T works wr abut talld
.teth Wood, in the telegraph office. North Beach Street; all modern con which in a great expemne to tihe city
veniences; between Schmidt's Hote Mr .and Mrs. S. T. Bennett arrived of Orlando. touching uipo the pro- at present as the plant is far from
.T he Coburn Mtstreltrupe enjoy nd Prince George Hotel. Apply Ga Wednesday night from Boston and Mr. and Mrs. George Marcott, of gress of the race since the-Ir enan- ling self-sustaining, and the intal-
1 a the Tomok river aboard thofficejoined Mr. Bennett's parents, Captain Carterville, Kansas, arrived Thursday cipation and other features ominaem- latlon of the system has had a great
| imr Cherokee, Sunday. Mondayi The public library gratefully ac- and Mrs. Bennett, at the Tourist, on and will spend the winter here, part orativ, of that hitori,.al event. deal to do with putting tlhe streets
they were conveyed to Sea- knowledge receipt of the Daily News South Palmetto avenue, which thl- of the time in this eity with Mrs. C. All epln the condition In which tley now
by the Yankee Doodle, while'at the reading table. The reading IIll conduct this season. M. McDonald, who is a niece of Mrs. All loy both in tin- nd are-
sie was used for the general, room now receives three state papers, ---Marcott. and part with Charles W. trial and domet rlatonh wit A ring to theity Cha;rtr
business, the contents of which are closely Mrs. Maggie Diamond who had been Jones, at Ponce Park, one of the first the colored people, rare re-quis<-t,-d to ha.mve. mnIl man of borowhi, money
perused by the library patrons. visiting with relatives in the city, settlers of that place and a brother give,. th-ir E,.piloy-,.,. a halfI holiday "an'l if w- p ere left Monday morning on her return of Mrs. Mareott. n t t- f t. r, n ,have- ro right to ri. thi-. ity
]. D. Taylor, of the firm of Taylor f on the it of the rlrio to en ; vl
odariw, has sold all his interest in -Ferns and pot plants for sale at to Saanah, Ga Mrs toamond tak- part i t h i parad..i" 'i-ti witnost i rn< irtialnh our.
beiness to his partner, L. T. Geo. Dittman's, S. Ridgewood Avenue; greatly pleased with Daytona and .Iohn Saba nhas purvhamd-'l ',f I-. ar,i tn othubs.,o,.,, re-;tii,, lv,., ,- h,, if v., ,Iv- pe-r-
-- aW, who will heheafter conduct first house south of South canal. thinks Bhe would like t li h,-r'-. M. Call thn: palnmetto log building oil At :00 p1. n thnre- will I,,- a is,.- ,",a ,- a",l '-'' ;-"'l
aate. Mr. Taylor will devote his John Sheely is having hLis prop'r- M .a11 Mr.:-. fihambuerlin, of Palli.- Mauolia aven u'.tt, in wi-h h"- mrial cc-rt t th. ::hn<- pl:,,c Ia '-h;grin f iny ie-l thieft
AM eto his position as machine op- ,con--r of c rs- ahid Datc,- M ahno, fr :n of r. a M ,rs, ,-i.ets a bazaar, togth..r .,. .. ,ith f-,-t ,, I ,',It,, ',a, ot ,- ,',. t' ,-*r u
SWtor at the Crystal Theatre. ta str t, r, mod.eled a.d enlarged G.o E S,-r, arri'..ld \.,din..-vd: <>- .. h t -F -xt *-t 1, v* **
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t,i-n1~- add;T1on orJ e7 roonin- ion


Mrs. Maretta Brooks e:.tertai-,ed f:rst a d '-c 'l f: :n; .A. N.l Fr,.
Ztt following party of fria-nds at the i::, ,,s tl ,- ',r. r'-
Alfte House, Daytona Leach. on Sat-
Afty evening: M>r. and Mrs. Gae.
A.?o0.-o'i nc- :'".-' a:,d i ;. -r tb'-"
.2d Mrs. Young and Mir. and ;r.. vul'-: z:d -t OI;v.---.r .-:.
cler After dinner a rost d-
18iwtelaing was spend with u.u-:c s For', I' Lo -t ariv'-'d Mo:.
wsation. day night from Hamo r a:;, .,
.L Staunton ar dauher-where she is att,-rding Sn:.Th roll -,,
L Staunton aand daughter, to srnd te C('ristntas ohoiday- .'ith
--h tl arrived Tuesday after- her parents, Mr.and.Mrs. XV. E. "od-
,1..fM Los Angeles, California, gett, at their winte-r home on- Sou!th
M.38pend the winter with T. A. Ridzcwood aven--e.
I^i Sat his handsome bungalow
of Ridgewood avenue and ax To g ar r ire b
Stuno -*Maxell To;r. car for f him b
eet. Mrs. Staunton is a.
' I M Sn e the hour or tr:p. Care'ul driv.er.
M r S n i d e r h o r ta n d r n
SPrices rfeasonable. O(rd'-rs an be
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!L Edmondson's many friends
gIleased to learn that he is
m a improved and resting more
I"mWy today. Mr. Edmondson
? suddenly and violently ill
iii evening with what tne
.t lonounced lo,'.al perto_:s.
is at the t o -e _d
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ace he went -.-:. Le -


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Legal Notices


First pub. Oct. 23; last pub. Dec. 11.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed have been appointed by the County
Judge of Volusia County. Florida, execu-
torsof the estate of Edward White, late
deceased, of said county, and have duly
qualified as such executors.
All creditors, legatees, distributes, and
all persons having claims or demands
against said estate, are hereby notified to
present the same, duly authenticated, to
the undersigned within the time prescribed
by law. or the same will be forever barred.
CATHERINE M. WHlrE,
HAROLD E. WHITE
Executors,
221 Park avenue, Plainfleld, New Jersey.
October 13, 1909.
NhLSON and WILLIAM N. RUNrYON,
Attorneys.

(First pub. Oct. 3D; last pub- Dec. 18)
Executor's Notice.
!n County Judge's Court,
Volusla County, Florida. s
n the matter of the estate of Della A.
Kitchell, deceased.
Notice is hereby given to all creditors,
legatees, and all persons having any de-
mands against the estate of Delia A. Kitch-
ell, deceased, to present the same to the
undersigned within the time prescribed by
law, or the same will be barred.
JAMES CARNELL.
Executor.

(First pub. Nov 6; last pub. Dec. 25)
Notice to Creditors and Others.
In County Judge's OOurt.
Volusia County, Florida.
Estate of Bertha McFadden.
Notice is hereby given to all creditors,
legatees, distributes and all persons hav-
ing claims or demands against the estate of
Bertha McFadden, deceased, late of the
County of Volusia, 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 ie barred. R. T. MCFADDEN,
Administrator of the Estate of Bertha
McFadden.
November 9, 109.


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 Volusia, State of Florida, that
they are and each of them is, called upon
to resent their claims to the undersigned
within two years from date; otherwise they
will be barred.
HENRY VAN DORN, Executor.
This Nov. 20,1909. 8w

(First pub. Nov. 27; last pub. Dee. 25--6t

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY

FOR LETTERS PATENT.


NOTICE is hereby given that the under-
signed will apply to His Excellency
Albert W. Glichrlst. Governor of the State
of Florida, at Tallahassee, Florida, on the
1lth day of Decemler, A. !)., S11)9, for Le.tters
Patent, Incorpornting the Clarendon Hotel
Comptmny. under the lollowing proposetd
charter. L. I. TTER
J. B.CONRAI
R. M. BONI
K. F. OATER
F. N. CO)NRAD
Proposed Charter of the
CLARENDON HOTEL COMPANY
The underslrnw-d hereby associate them-
selves together for the purpose of I coming
Incorporated under the laws of the State of
Florida for the transaction of business
under the following charter:
ARTICLE I.
The name of this company shall he the
Clarendon Hotel Company. Its principal
office shall b' in lDaytona Beach. Volusia
County, State of Florida, and its business
shall be conducted there and elsewhere in
said State, and other States that may lwe
found necessary or convenient.
ARTICLE II.
The general nature of the business to be
trmnsact,. d by said company shall be to
rent, lease, furnish, manage, control, use,
sub-let, operate and run the Clarendon
Hotel in Daytona Beach. Florida, and the
cafe, buiTet, billiard and pool room, barber
shop, news stand and other business con-
nected therewith, and generally to conduct
a hotel business; to lease, acquire, purchase,
own, operate, sublet, run, manage and con-
rol hotels or a hotel in Florida or else-
vhere, and to engage4n, manage and con-
luct a hotel business. To operate and
maintain an electric light, heating, power,
vater, ice and cold storage plant in and
iear Daytona Beach, Florida, for the pur-
xse of manufacturing, producing, trans-
nitting, selling and distributing electriclty-
o consumers tor lighting, heating, power
ind other l)urpose's; and to buy, spll and
deil !n all kinds of electric supplies and
fixtures; to furnish cold storage for the
preservation of fruit, vegetables, ments and
other products; to conduct a water system
..n i to sell water to consumers and others;
to manufacture, buy, sell. use and deal In
eie, either wholesale or retail, and to do a
general ic< and cold -..oragt. business; to
acquired lu hold frar: raises -onuv nent or
necessary to th" prop eoinductifng of tiny
l gag en in
and conduct-t a cigar l.iun.ss., to buy and
sell.uit retail or whole-.u; I, cuigrs. ni;arette,,
tolit0co a nd sliokers'and hc.wrs'.ull)ttpls;
to .gtl:ag .i.lllnl Colhlil- 11 ne.W- :iinl| d ta-
tionrv. litlnlless. to 1u1py iinl so-l looks,
Si'itin zini.s :a d l -tai ili;lanry l!it'in-'. to eliit:1," ill
an l 'olllulh.-t IlI l.ii-ii,'- of oilerat;il_. hiil-
liard l r';oivl: :i1ni li-d !om'.! |p t':ir:r u'iI .
rvl"llm i or l';i-ala i t i'i', ial tal' l,'., |1:ool
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l.-' I ilil ftoll -t. r, lt ;it ll n ;make, n!l oilt -tt,
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upion : v i, ;ili of Its propi-rti- fan :1n l lot.tii.-.: to ;ciqilire la d-,. lea .'t hola d
intr tt ., ,.r.-t, co tru't, ch'all''., n-pair,
ili hprov.t. fllipl, furili.lh. r n' t iild us li.'t
l n .store,., :ip irt nitt room *nand
1r elsu e l o(n 1i),'rs "tn it i.eliV lhll |i, flri l|le"
to obtain li en.s.firnchism nprilvilet.es;
110 engage in tile oc-upNaio) 2lw)0 '-Ilnt'lI-
tiolltn inild otlcupatlion-; r''lint.d tlt'rcto and
trslla;Ict tnhe' | id t s nl l iton t a"il
kwu,,in.<-', n-Lrited thlenrto ill l);Iaytona Beach.
isitat- a Floridla, ;and hel-ewherte, its its
atlirn-tor' NIIy deternmii- from time to time:
for *at'hand iall purposes aforesa:ll to stub-i-
1criie for. pireli 'se. invest ien. hohl. own,
;>~idl. tplh-l,' or otha 'ir-i" dispose of the
shares of cepiltal stock. ioindl,. inortgaLntes,
tslf*nitur'-.I not,-- ;nid othl r sct-tiritie,., olbili-
-ations, (coitr;acts and ot|lvr -v\idlencos of
iminti'tdntrl of corporation Ulner t he ltws
of the at- ofFloritda.or any otli-r State.
or the wi pr:1) to exprci fin rI-4p1 s t of o il o
such t li;rt i, of se stock. ;'tonds and oth r oilie-
gations ors- ctirili,'of any corporation.nny
and nil rights. owv, lrs and privilehves of in-
dividual ownership. itn-liudiln the- right to
vote, to issut l i)'l. l and othi-r obliL:atiolnl,
ind to s. .r.ing thli hol' orilny part of th,-prop.rty
:f thei company, andt to ell or pldg,', or
otherwise dispose of-uchh Ilondis and oth,-r
obligationss or stock for corporation p'po. e-; *
and to do any and til lt e ts id things Itnd-
ing to Increiase the v.tlut- of the. prop.-rty t


business and to have offices and 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
business, or any o them, 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 ($400.-
000) Dollars, divided Into four thousand
(4,000) shares of the par value of One Hun-
dred (5100) dollars each. The capital stock
or any subscription thereto may be payable
either wholly or In part in cash or may be
Issued either wholly or 4n 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-Presi-
dent, Second Vice-President, Secretary and
add Treasurer, who may be the same per-
soff, 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 be 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 husi-
nessof the Company shall be conducted by
the following named officers:
E. L. Potter. President
J. B. Conrad. First Vice-President
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.
Thi highest amount of indebtedness or
liability to which the corporation may at
any time subject itself shall lIe Four Hun-
drcd Thousand 14Xi0.01) dollars, excluding
any liability or 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. OONRADI)


State of Pennsylvaniass
County of Philadelphian
Before me, an officer authorized to ad-
minister oaths and take acknowledge-
ments, personally appeared E. L. Potter.
to me well known and known to be to me
one of the individuals in and who sub-
scribed 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-
edelphla, Penn., this o10th day of Novemlx0r,
A. D. 1_09. SAMUEL C. MILLWARD,
-Real ) Notary Puhblir.
My commission expIres January 26, 1913.
State of Florida i
County of Volusia S
Before me a Notary Public In and for the.
the State of Floriat, personally appeared
J. B.O onrad and R. M. Bond. 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-
lposes therein expressed.
Witness my hand and official seal at De-
Land, Florida, this 18th day of November,
A. 1). 1"09. E. S. VAN CLEEF,
isealh Notary Public, State of Florida.
My commission expires January 14, 1911.
State of Florida)
County of Volusla 1
Before me, a Notary Public in and for the
State of Florida. personally appeared F. N.
Conrad andZ 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-
poses therein expressed.
Witness my hand and official seal at Day-
tona, Florida, this 12th day of November,
A. D. 1909. T. E. FITZoGEiRALD.
(Seal) 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-
inu any demands against the estate
of Joseph H. Potter, deceased, to pre-
sent the same to the undersigned
within the time prescribed by law
or the same will be barred.
AMELIA POTTER,
Executrix.


(First pub. Dec. 11; last Jan. 30)
CITATION OF ADMINISTRATION.
In County Court,
Vo'.uia 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.


.L WALRON ISAREES

VITN IL EMIAEE.

.iaitor Gazette-News: -I much en-
joyed friend Demaree's description of
home life in "Old Virginia" in your is-
sue of Dec. 11, and it made my mouth
water when he mentioned home cur-
ed spare ribs, souse and sausage. But
when he mounted his French steed
to call our "Island Park," "Isle Dill-
ettante," it took my breath away. Al-
though my step grandmother was a
French woman-De Le Montanye-I
tLink that strain of blood must have
run out before it came to me, as I


never was partial to French names
for English or American places-with
all respect for Demaree's ancestry.
As a matter of fact I recall but few
parks on Islands in this coun-
try; Los Angeles, California, has Cat-
ilina Island, which she uses largely
to advertise her city, though it is 25
or 30 miles out in the ocean; then we
have Governor's Island in New York
harbor, but this is only a fort and
grass and not particularly a thing of
beauty, nor a playground; we have
the Thousand Island Park, which is
not attached to a city; while ours,
- Wk ;+*-*- 5.- *--^Ik h1^ lfr ill


CRISTIAS ATTACThNS


FOR TIE LITTLE TITS.


The kindergarten of the public
school held their closing exercises for
a two weeks' holiday in their rooms
on Third avenue Friday morning of
last week. The rooms were decorated
in Christmas bells and evergreens. In
one corner of the front room stood
a handsome Christmas tree bending
under a load of presents for the
little tots, who were happily excited
over their part on the program, but
perhaps hardly less so than their
sympathetic young teachers, Misses
Freeman and Roberta Hobbs.
The children went through all their
pretty songs and exercises in a way
that did great credit to their teachers.
Then followed the distribution of pres
ents. Each child received, first, gifts
of calendars and blotters made by the
school; then came bags of nuts and
fruits. After which each little miss
received a doll and each young man
an allotment of marbles One little
girl was heard to say,. "I wish I had
some marbles." Nothing feminine
about her wanting both, of course.
the fund contributed by the mothers
for luncheons was used to purchase
the nuts and fruits.


Orange Avewqe, FPa.


ELECTRIC LIGHTS, ELECTRIC BRI
HOT AND D COLDATH8


TAt =ST4AS% MIO AI i 113

ICEO m. H.* 1TTWS Pfm mR


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Rates: $2.50 Per Day andUp. Special by the Mal.
An attractive house with large, airy rooms, hot and cold water t
house, sulphur or salt water bathe. electric lights, furnace heat,
Some of the pleasant features of "The Pines' are its wide vwini i
its Roof G4den, affording a ine vwof the country, river and oeem~
"The Pines" is situated on Soutnb-idgewood, the highest avenue a lI
tons. Rooms single or en suite, with or without private bath.

OPEN FROM NOVEMBER 15th TO MAY st.


MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress


338 South Ridgewomd Aveme,


m DAYTONA, EF.


wit its arce mare rige, wi ______ ___________________________
advertise Daytona far and wide, with **X*R.. .. .. .-- ........
its "Island Park" attachment.
E. N. WALDRON. AT CITY SIS. THEOWARD

The city schools of Daytona closed Cenbtrey located on Voluasi AveOe, the main avenue from the depot t
DATONA ANN Friday afternoon of last week for a the water front on the Halifax River. Three minutes walk to stores,
two weeks vacation. i office, churches,etce The Howard is strictly a first-class bomse in
PI[AY S i OF GANMS. The Parliamentary Club of the a respect at moderate prices. THE TABLE A SPECIALTY.
High School presented the following L cooking, the cuisine exceptionally good, the best the market affords. & ade

W. G .Nash, manager of the Day- interesting program: piano solo, Ethel the direct supervision of the proprietor. The house has every modern s
tena Base Ball team, recently receiv- Sebring ; An Olden Yuletide Song, venience and improvement. Has large veranda and pagoda and is suap
ed a Base B cmmu nication fom the Stet- Earl Burdick; Christmas at Bob; rounded by lawns and shade trees. Is dry and well ventilated.
ed a communication fom the StetSt. Nicho For terms apply to the proprietor.
son Athletic association, asking if a las in the City, Hazel Williams; A JOHN C. HOWARD: -
series of games could not be arrang- New Year's Eve, Harding Williams; __ -
ed with the Daytona club Mr. Nash November, Hazel Myers; Song. Jos-.
thinks very favorably of the proposi- ephine Quattlebaum and Minnie --
Decker; Telephone Santa Claus. *---*,------- -.
tion and will probably get the boys Ethel Stiling; The Birth, Kathleen
together and meet the Stetson team. Porter; Mistletoe Boughs, Alice Fer- T H E G L E N N
guson; A Christmas Wish, Violet *
Zuber; piano solo, Mary McGuire. A Homelike House with all modern conveniences. Board with or without
ENTERTAINED AT MATINEE The students of the High Senool rooms. $x50 per day. Special by the week.
ADlanned a very pretty surprise for NorthBeoch St.,Daytona. BLACKWOO
the Misses Fuller. Rogers and Wilk-
Miss Ella Willaume entertained Fri- irson, in a generous fruit-show.r,
day afternoon of last week, nil1' which was surreptitiously piled on
of her Daytona Beach friends with a Miss Fuller's desk while the teachers
delightful matinee party at the Crys- were out having their photographs THET-T M AO TA
tal Theatre, followed by a Christmas taken. The rooms throughout the.
luncheon at the home of her mother, building were decorated in holly and Ridgewood Avenue. Large Rooms. Furnace Heat. Electric.
Mrs .C. E. Gardiner, on North Beach iaistletoe and other evergreens, and *
Street the whole atmosphere was charged Lights. Rates $2.00 Per Day
The parlors and dining room were with the Christmas feeling of good MLg s $2.0 Daypi. t.
handsomely decorated in holly and; will and good cheer.. Of course, old; MRS. pete
mistletoe. The center-piece at the Santa Claus was the central figure. ~*.**--**** --******@ -*****-**Se-S***** .
table was a diminutive Christmas The stencil blackboard drawings in
tree beautifully lighted with miniature the rooms of the lower grades made
electric bulbs in various colors. An the other decorations more effective, -
elaborate luncheon was daintily and the children were thoroughly hap-
served. The place cards were em- py to have Christmas come "with its' F A
blematic, and pretty steins were giv(! hearty, good cheer." Dertr a
as souvenirs of the occasion. The' The two lower grades, the Misses o Brf PO k M tt a d Poultry
function was one of the prettiest of Apthorp and Haecker, teachers, unit< d B eef, or M utton an1 Pa
the many social events characteris-.; their exercises. Miss Jackson and *1 "3 morth Be St.
tic of the hospitality of Mrs. Gardi-; Miss Mabbette had trees in their QUICK DELIVERY A SPECIALTY..
ner and Miss Willaume. The guests rooms, the pupils doing most of the -------*****- -*@ *** ***** @O@O
present were: the Misses Grace and decorating. The entertainments given .
Ruth Keating, Stewart, Coates, in each grade were much enjoyed by
Bowers, Young, White and Ran- parents as well as pupils.
dall and Mrs Stickler. ifg cgj'iln

CALL THE COMMODORE'S BLUFF!SVERAL ASSIST IN Orm
"The road to hell is paved with T All the best varieties of winter blooming, grafted Roses adapted
good intentions!" CAPTURE Of ALLIAIKTO Florida; also other ornamental plants. tree and shrubbery. All pemw -
Call the Commodore's bluft. 1 guaranteed. Grounds prepared anp plants cared for
Daytona's roads are paved with mnu SR- J. B. HINSKY, "The Pines," g .
Call the Commodore's bluff' MR. SPRING SHOWED GREAT BRA- 0 T ,


Ridgewood and Beach street x(ouh!d
disgrace an adobe town in Texas.
Call the Commodore's bluff. "'Slhot
folly as she fl-e."
O'all the Commodore's bluff.
-'.ime ai.d tide xw.ait for no ni:an."
The tide is high and the time is now:
('all ti', .' inti.,u>r" biut'f'
(;G, t t '(.th ,r Go ( tov. int y,,i:.
Jians'! )'.;-l:h on'it let that old
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VERY IN RECEIVING A SWIPE

FROM THE TAIL OF A 'GATOR.

Mes-srs. F. D. Spring, A. -M. Hlarri-
::*!I ;li'ld ,. V. l'O, |11 st; k'ti ,, .#''i;
('. y (1 i ; ili.a:toi- itiul ; .t i
:, l o! the l i li;fax. N\\t!I .

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i ait.


i., itUt-.... .- ...... They sh iortly di( cove-:el t4hre .t
(t!ie saurians and Mi S 1. 1ri, 3 .-

t! ';:t bravery foir o':,E wi,,. ,':.,3>- -
NOTICE TO CREDITORS ed to dealing 'ith creatlir, s (f ti.ist
in County Judge's Court, characterr and prepared to rt.iai i.i.
Volusia County, Florida. :-.;d thlim and bring thf.m .n .....
In the matter of the estal.e of 'T. io this -ity, which they did, hi'ib ili
Ewing Miller, deceased. thie svrimlmage Mr. Spring rn-eiied .
Notice is hereby given that the un- bhwo' from the tail (of th i lbi--3'it (o
designed have been appointed by the- the 'gators which floored a;mi iii ut.a -
County Judge of Volusia County, Flor- i:m-i'd him from hunting for the day.
ida, Executors of the estate ot T.So th iy returned with thr '.e reptiles
Ewing Miller ,deceased, late of said(! :nd piaced them in the cage prepared
county, and hav duly qualified as by Mr. Booth in the rear of Bing-
such executors., ham & Maley's store. The largest
All creditors, legatees, distributes of the 'gators was over nine feet in


and all persons having claims or de-
mands against said estate, are here-
by notified to present the same, duly
authenticated, to the undersigned
within the time prescribed by law,
or the same will be forever barred.
IRA H. MILLER,
THERON B. MILLER,
Executors.


length.


Frank Young, who with his wife
spent the winter of '07 in Daytona,
died at his home inChicago, on the
13th instant, in his 73rd year. He
was a long time friend of Mrs. Whit-
more of the Daytona Apartment


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lWAMoyer and Harold Zimmer,
:l men of Fort Plain, N. Y.,
Slast week and expect to re-
Suntil next spring. They
s among the Fort Plain
I the city.


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Aldermann Simon Heymann, to
whose residence on Orange avenue
Contractor Espedahl recently mad<-
quite an addition, is now having an-
other room built at the rear of his
dwelling for use as a kitchen. So
busy are all the contractors that II.
A..- -J.l 1.. 1 4,whn i an o'awe'd in


Christmas vacation, having arrived
from Tallehassee Friday night of last


-uere.
week.
Miss Julia Stewart arrived from Tal Mrs. D. A. Morrison came down from!
lahassee last Friday to spend the hol- Jacksonville Monday night for a few
idays at home with her parents, Dr. days visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. F
and Mrs. r. L. Stewart, and her sis- and Gewoo A Foyenue f
ter Mary. ily on Ridgewood avenue
B. L. Armstrong and family arrived Miss Alice McNary, of Ormond, was
on 17th from New London, Conn.,and the guest of Mrs. and Miss Haecker,
are occupying their winter home at of Second avenue, from Friday until
corner of Ridgewood and Magnolia Saturday afternoon, returning to Or-
. avenues mond by train.
SMr. and Mrs. G. A. Foye are ex- Volusia county was established Dec
eatingg their son, Geo. A. Foye, Jr., 2:a, 18,4. It was named from a set-I
and family, of Jersey City, N. J.. Liement within its limits supposed to
:'bout January first, to spend a month i.ave been named from one Volus, an
ith them. iEnglish settler.

Capt. W. W. Smith has recently The Boudoir Player Piano recitals
l.0 t in cement walks around his co -: tt Church's l)rnlg store have created
;ttge on Second avenue, witi a ceniWnI: quite a considerable interest. many
cotrt between the main house and people being attracted and entertained
S!the detached kitchen.y the splendid music produced by I
t iis fine instrument.
0 Orville Peters arrived Monday a;j ---
ternoon rnd :i,;-d 1:; s f-ithier, W. lii Miss Lois C. Morse, who has been
'eters a: .1 : r .- hers of their tea-ching in the public school at Hol-
i"m;nily .or" th ., so v Hill, departed by train from this
Siy, Saturday afternoon, for her home
Albert O'Neill is at home with his Grant. where she will spend the!
mother, Mrs. l. J. O'Neill, on Volusi. |' hristnaas va-::;o1n .
ti.v te, for thei C"hristmi'a.s holid:Iv.'y '
ti .i,.- : .- .r X h !- .;:I '- \ic :il M r\'.s. 11. ;;. V '! c'inu .h :; i,; i
i:,ii.st : V' ., i!; iter, : i:'. l -l:uk. : rri led .M!ouiil i

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,i : l'. i ,'.,. f'i Si 'h :,.d i: i; "I "
. 'aii' iv.'w v..i'' ,', this city.

Dr. George Thilo and daughter. ';:
Chicago, who have been the ga's;-
at the Austin for sonietime, loci-aie
recently in n suit of rooms at tht.
Woodlawn, on Ridgewood avenue, i
where they expect to spend the win
ter.

Mrs. C. M. Rogers and children re-
turned Saturday afternoon from Pablo
Beach where they had been for a few
days' with Mr. Rogers who will now
be at Mayport for a short time until
the work is completed.


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.\Mr. in-d Mrs. I. G. Portr. of I.,ie
w iil ,'lI iUn \ :'ek <>* t::,,i'.* v-,iihl ,.' ir
-,n. tRv. Ilemaii' n Gi Porter, and liani-
ily on Cypress street, before going to
Port Orange, whe r. they own a cosy
winter home .

Geo. A. Ballard, accompanied by his
nephew and housekeeper, arrived
last week from Fall River, Mass., and
is located for the winter in one of
J. G. Brown's cottages on South Ridge-
wood avenue.


Mrs. C. A. Bacon will remain at Prof. G. W. S. Johnson, of Upper
Number Nine, which she recently sold Canada College, accompanied by his
until sometime in the spring when her wife, came up from Miami enroute
son, Earle, now at Hartford, Conn., home and were at the Howard a few-
will come south for her and she will lays. The professor and his wife are
accompany him to Hartford, where, enjoying a brief vacation touring love-
they will make their home. ly Florida.

Mrs .H. Pierre Branning arrived Albert Harris, formerly with Alex-
Friday of last week from Miami for ander, of New York, arrived Satur
a visit with her parents and sister, day night and will assist G. W. Baich
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Hand and Mrs. A. at Anthony Bros.' store during the
Milligan, and family of South Ridge-, winter Mr .Harris is an experienced
wood avenue. Mrs. Branning met with salesman and thoroughly acquainted
a fall recently which temporarily pro- with the business.
vents her walking without assistance.'
W\m. 31. Moore returned Saturda:
The launch, Louise. is being over- afternoon from several days visit at
hauled and prepared for commission his orange grove at Eustis. Mr. Moore
and the cabin boat, Circe, is being expected to pacK and ship his
practically rebuilt at the Root Dry crop, but on account of the present


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Palatka Saturday ,where she had been
visiting for several days.
The postoffice flag now has a com-
panion in the new emblem of liberty
unfurled at the Stillman Thursday.
B. F. Nay has put in a cement base-'
ment at his residence on Second ave-
Snue for furnace purposes.
Major W. Abercrombie and wife
IS S will spend the Christmas holidays
with their family on Myrtle avenue.

ISO Christmas is the one season of the
[ 'year when a man realizes fully A.ow
many relatives he has.
Miss Martha Mullett has resumed
her usual position forlthe winter sea-
Sson at the H. G. Fletcher souvenir
store.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Jones are plan-
ning to spend their Christmas with
Mrs. Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Canova, at Palatka.
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Miss Florence Cook is at home with
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Fitzgerald for th!


King John signed the Magna Char-
ta Christmas, 1214.
Shen Santa Claus comes down the
chimney he chases many a man up
the spout.
Mrs. W. G. Nash returned Satur-
day from a several days' visit to St.
Augustine .
J. M. Chaffer came up from Oak Hil
Saturday to spend the Christmas va-
cation with his family at Kingston.
Charlton Wilder arrived Saturday
night to spend the Christmas holidays
with his parents at Daytona Beach.
S. H. and Parker Wilder arrived
Monday night to spend the holidays
with their brother, C. M. Wilder and
family at Daytona Beach .
A cement walk has just been com-
pleted along the Wilder property, on
the south side of Ivy Lane, extending
from Palmetto avenue eastward.
Mrs. E. T. Pitcher and son, George.
returned Sunday night from Espan-
ola, where they had been called by
the death of Mrs. Pitcher's sister.
R. C. Bushnell, of DeLand, was in
the cil. on btus-:in..s i;st '.% e(k and
I while here visited witlh his **,'iin.
Mrs. C. R. 31. Sueppard and i:unily.


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Leather Novelties, Fancy Goods. Cat Glass, Hand Paed Cna. Framed
and Uaframed Pictures Toys, Dos, Games. Etc.
KODAKS and Photo Supplies. Golf and Tenis Supplies.
Sporting Goods.
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BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL

E. L. TEWART Fitzgerald & Oates
Physician and Surgeon At I
U.p-to-date Ilectri KqjuipinI-nt. Attorneys at Law
Special attention to diseases of the Special Attention to Examining and
Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose. Office Perfecting Land Tiles.
and residence, Magnolia avenue, 3rd Perfecting Land Titles.
door west of P. 0., telephone 82.
Office hours ) a. m. to 9 p. m. I Conrad Block, DAYTONA. FLA.

G. A. KLOCK Carv ). Landis Bert Fish
Physician and Surgeon LANDIS & ISlI
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WELCOME VISITING MEMBERS the head of the river, Saturday., in Li;
Abigal Bartholomew Chapter, the speedy boat, 'Grandma," witi, Lhi.p
:.cid branch of the D. A. R., will bo Mrs. Lapp and the children. Ti v


i.leased to have visiting members of ere accompanied by -Mr .and :.r
,h- societyy attend the regular meeting I If. Dressner and daug.ht,.r, l:o
i,, first Wednesday of each month. living upon the orange "o.. iroj, r.r-
The u.xt meeting will be held at ti. ,, uorth of Number Nine, Ivhi ."r
boine of Miss Co'gdon, IIaliax av- lDressner purchased of Mr. Lapp.
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PUBT.ISHTI EVERY SATURDAY
T. B. rL-. ORALD. Editor


THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY
(INCORPORATED)

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

SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
One copy one year $1.50
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1909


THE THUIMA1LLARS t i


'HOT YET THREATENED.


PEOPLE ARE SLOW IN CALLING


BURGOYNE'S


BLUFF FOR CITY STREETS.
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Nary a peep from anyone since
Billy Peters coughed up the hun-
dred to keep company with Commo-
dore Burgoyne s thousand for city
streets. At least, if any peeping,
chirping or cackling has been done
the noise has not been loud enough
for the Daily News to hear it.
Just bear in mind that $3,900 more
must be raised by the time the Daily
News goes goes to press December 31
If you have been thinking of chip-
ping in a hundred just write out a
check and mail it to the Daily News
N 0 W. If the full amount is not
raised your check will be returned. If
you only feel like putting in a ten
spot send it along.


NEW TRANSPORTATION LINE

TO BE ESTABLISHED SOOS

McCOY BROTHERS WILL RUN
BOATS FROM St. AUGUSTINE
TO PALM BEACH.
Beginning on January 3rd, line of
steamers connecting St. A ustine,
Daytona and other East Co, points
as far down as Palm B c will be'
inaugurated according an an-f
nouncement just made by Coy Bros
The new line is to be knw n as the
Indian River Line and will provide
a new attraction for visitors to the
East Coast.
Two steamers have been built by
the firm especially for the run up
and down the coast by way of the
canal. They are over sixty feet in
length and will be most comfortably
fitted throughout The innovation
will no doubt meet with success as
it will provide a delightful outing by
water to East Coast points.
The line is inaugurated with the
especial idea of giving those who
wish to see the East Coast a slow trip


SEABREEZE, Dec. 23-Bishop 0.
P. Fitzgerald and wife, of Nashville,
Tenn., who regularly spend their win-
ters at Seabreeze, will arrive Tues-
day of next week, to spend the win-
ter with Mrs. D. C. Rankin, at the
Mayfield.
Clark G. Worthy, wife and three
children, of Chicago, arrived today
and will winter here on Grandview
avenue. Mr. Worthy represents the
Illuminated Sign C of his horle
city.
Prof. x"ak,'fiefd and wife left last
Saturday to sprn.d Lhe holidays with
.irs .Wakeiields' mother, Mrs. Mimms
and family at Lcaventure.
The Ai.o,::nahan ,v.'inter home is
Le:i: put in oirdcr for the arrival of
".ir. and Mrs. McCiaaahan Sunday,
f:om iIoiiidiysburg, Pa.
Master Max Wetherby came home
last Saturday from the St. Augus.
tine Institute to spend the holidays
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herb-
ert Wetherby.
L. Z. Burdick is building a garage
at his river front home, Daytona
Beach .
The new stretch of sidewalk includ-
ing the properties of Mrs. W. A. Bag-
:;tt,. M1 --.. "':. herby .n:l L.7. Bur ,
has been completed, and the contract-
or, A. Vandevorde, is breaking ground
for sidewalk just across the street for
H. C. Buckland and Peter Rivenburg
Also front walk has been laid for Mr.
Baggett, and further down Valley stre
for W. F. Bleekman and E. Kittridge.
This taken altogether, makes quite a
showing for improvements on one of
the main streets of the peninsula.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goodspeed and
children, of Wilton, Me., through the
agency of W. A. Aman, have leased
and are now occupying the Allen
home on Valley street. Mr. and Mrs.
Allen will spend the winter in the
Griggs cottage adjoining.
Plans of organization have been
formed by certain property holders on
the peninsula for a stock company
to open a modern department store,


down the coast so as to enjoy the it is planned to erect a building on
scenery and also hunting and fishing Seabreeze avenue; to capitalize at
parties. The schedule is arranged $20,00 and sell shares at $50.
with this idea in view J. A. Coburn left yesterday for St.
The steamer Republic will leave St. Augustine and Jacksonville. Mrs. Co-
Augustine at 8 o'clock in the morning burn, and daughter, Leota, expect to
on Monday, Wednesdays and Fridayq spend Christmas day with Mr. Co-
"mbd returning will leave at the same burn at the Aragon ,Jacksonville, as
bour for St. Augustine on Tuesdays, they have for five or six winters past.
Thursday and Saturdays. The steam- H. L. Wetherby is doing over the
er Constitution will ply between Day- blackboards at the school building dur.
tona and Palm Beach, connecting with ing the holidays so as to have them
the Republic on Mondays. in first class condition when school
Among the points at which the boat opens for the next term.
will stop when desired are Ormond, C. H. Sawyer, of Boston, who is
Port Orange, Ponce Park, New Smyr- spending the winter at The Princess
na, El Dora, Allenhurst, Titusville, Issena, goes to Maitland for a srort
Cocoa, Merritts, Indianola, Eau Gallie, stay this week.
Melbourne, Jensen and Walton. The Miss Mary Hunt, Anderson, Ind.,
company also plans to operate excurs- Mrs. H. M. Edson, of Hartford, Ind.,
ions to Summerhaven and other points Mr. and Mrs. Demuth, and daughter,
from time to time Amanda, and governess, arrived from


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TWO MORE CONTRIBUTIONS AD-
DED TO THE THOUSAND DOL-
LAR CHECK OF COMMODORE
BURGOYNE.
From Friday's Daily:
Two more contributions were add-
ed to the City Good Roads Fund this
morning This makes but three con-
tributions amounting In all to $225
thus far, to raise the necessary $4000
necessary to "copper" Commodore
C. G. Burgoyne's check for $1000,
which is in the hands of the Daily
News awaiting to be cashed and
spent for good streets, providing
$4,000 be raised by private subscrip-


New York Saturday and are season
guests at The Princess Issena.
John Armstrong has just let the con
tract for an eight room bungalow on
his river front property, north of
University avenue, to L. Z. Burdick
Work will begin at once and house
will be ready for the owner by April
first.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Harpster, son
Clayton, and son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Krugman, ar-
rived from Ohio last week, and will
spend the winter at their home on
Ocean Boulevard, purchased last win-
ter.
August Schmitt, of Evansville,Ind.,
and son-in-law and daughter, and
Adam Straman and wife, and niece,
Anna Schmitt, of Huntingburg, Ind.,
arrived yesterday and are located for
the present at Dixie Lodge, Seabreeze

EPISCOPAL CHURCH SERVICES
ON CHRISTMAS DAY.
St. Marys' Daytona-Service and


tions by the time the Daily News sermon, 10:30 a. m.,with Christmas
goes to press December 31: music.
The contributions thus far handed Grace Church, New Smyrna-Holy
in to the Daily News are as follows: Communion, 8:00 a. m.
Commodore Burgoyne........1,000.00 Grace Church, Port Orange-Holy
W. H. Peters 100.00; Communion 9:-15i a mr


HOLLY HILL


I M I o- H II HOLLY HIBL, Dec. 23-Our school
L pea j-1 etertalament was held on Friday last i
SThe little folks acquitted themselves
Most creditably, and the refresbhmntus
DAYTONA BEACH, Dec. 23-The M were much appreciated, many wish-
E. church will have an old fashion ing the supply had been more bounti-
Christmas entertainment Friday even- ful-
ing, with Christmas tree, Santa Claus, Miss May Quattlebaum is home frori
Bulow for the holidays.
exercises by the Sunday School and iss orse is spending her vacation
Ms! 1issed *n1hr- o


music Oy Willsona orchestra.
Christmas services will be held at
the church Sunday morning. There
will be an anthem by the choir and
solo by Prof. C. L. Watkins, of New
York.
Mr. and Mrs. A. McDonald, of Shel-
don ,N. D., are occupying the Craig
house for the season.
Miss Mandigo, Mrs. Edw. Curtis'
cousin, who has been here for sever-
al weeks, left for her home in Brook-
lyn, N. Y., Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen, of Fort
Plain, New York., are among the re-
cent arrivals, and are located for
the season in one of the- Bleekman
apartment houses on Valley street.
Groun- has been broken for side-
walk on the M. E. church lot and C.
L. Phillips' lot, a two hundred foot
stretch, on Peninsula Drive, and the
work will be pushed by the two con-
tractors, A. Vandevorde and C. L.
Horn.
It will be interesting to the friends
of Miss Florence Horn and her broth-
er George, to know that they will
spend the Christmas holidays to-
gether at Garrett, Ind., after which
Miss Florence will spend the remain-
der of the winter with her sister
Mrs. Mabel Banks, at Sheldon, N. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gilchrist and
daughter are occupying Mrs. How-
ard's new cottage on Palmetto ave-
nue.
Miss Gertrude Randall who is spend
ing the winter here with her mother.
left Wednesday on a short visit with
a friend in Birmingham, Ala.
Prof .J. H. Selden came up from
Southern Florida Saturday afternoon
to spend his two weeks' holiday with
his family, and give Ray a little va-
cation from store work.
Miss Bertha Butler is expected to
arrive this afternoon from Elgin, Ill.,
on a visit with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. D. H. Butler, at Smiths' apart-
ment house, on Seabreeze avenue.
Jack Strothers is at work at t'hI
Bunch grocery during the holidays.
Mrs. E. H. Rogers will visit her
Mother at Jacksonville, New Year's
week.


HOVE'S LONDON SHOWS


MADE GOOD IN THIS CITY.


MADE EXCELLENT STREET PA-
RADE AND GAVE FINE EXHIBI-
TIONS BOTH MORNING AND


EVENING.


Howe's Great London Shows gave
twQ fine exhibitions in this city Wed-
nesday.
The show was well attended in the
afternoon and, notwithstanding the
fact that the night was unusually cold
for this section, the evening perform-
ance was even more largely attended.
The attractive parade of the fore-
noon had helped to awaken interest
and put confidence in the ability of
the show to deliver the goods, which
they certainly did at both perform-
ances.
The performing elephants and oth-
er trained animals are exceptionally
good. The riding and trapese per-
formances were above the average,


while the- acrobatic and tight wire,
stunts were simply immense. The lit-!
tle Jap tumblers and contortionists;
formed a pleasing feature and there'
were numberless funny acts besides
by the big band of clowns. The show
was well conducted and orderly. They
give exhibitions at St. Augustine to-
day and at Jacksonville Friday andi
Saturday, which closes their road
work for the season. They will make
Jacksonville headquarters for the win-
ter.

MET IN DAYTONA;
MARRIED IN IOWA
Dr. Burton Bohannon and Miss El-
ma Hallett were united in marriage
at the home of the brides' parents in
Sac City, Iowa, Wednesday. Both
parties are well known in this city
where they have many friends who
will join in well-wishes.
The groom is a brother of Dr. C.
C. Bohannon, while the bride is a sis-
tor n\f ATrW4 Rnhiminnin


with her parents at Grant.
Mrs. Chas. R. Simonds returned
home on Sunday, after spending a
week xith her sister, Mrs. A. H. Car-
ter.
Mr. Lyle's pet monkey managed to
get out of his cage, and after com-
mitting sundry depradations among
the neighbors, refused to be caught,
and became so savage it was neces-
sary to shoot it.
Mrs. Palmer and niece, Miss Lum,
spent Tuesday at Mrs. Davenport's,
and will return here Thursday for the
balance of the winter.

BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES.
"The Eyes of the Lord" will be
the subject of the morning sermon
at the Baptist Church at 11:00 a. m.
Sunday. Sunday school will convene
at 10:00 a. m., preceding the morn-
ing service. Evening service will
commence at 7:30 o'clock. The sub-
ject of the evening sermon will be:
"Looking Backward." It will be illus-
trated by a crayon drawing. The B.
Y. P. U. meets at 6:45. A cordial
invitatoni is extended to everyone
to attend all these services.
The pastor will preach at Seabreeze
in the afternoon at 3:30. The sub-
ject of the sermon will be: "The
Angel's Message." The service will
be held in the Wilmans Opera
lHouse. The people of Seabreeze and
Daytona Beach are especially invited
to Attend.


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Forenoon and afternoon Udes are ap-
proximate-ly at the same hour. Auto-
mobiles can be driven on the beach two
hours after high tide and within two
hours of high tide.


NO REASON FOR IT.


When Daytona Citizens Show the
Certain Way out.
There can be no just rea.-oii why any
rvailer of this will continue to suffer the
tortures of an aching back. the anoy-
anc of urinary disorders, the dangers of
diabetes, of any kidney ills. when relief
is so near at hand and the most positive
proof given that they can be cured.
Read what a Daytona citizen says:
.11Mrs. C. H. Pellicier, Volusia Ave., Day-
tona, Fla., says: "I have been greatly
benefited by Doan's Kidney Pills and do
not hesitate to say so publicly. I had
dull backache, pains across my loins,
could not rest at night, and mornings
would get up all worn out with but lit-
tle strength. To say that I was miser-
able, feebly expresses my condition, in
fact. I was so bad at times that I could
hardly get around to attend to my
household duties. A neighbor, who had
used Doan's Kidney Pills for like troub-
les, recommended them to me and I pro-
cured a box at Hankins' drugr store. I
ueed this and the contents of another
box and I am certain that they benefit-
ted me more than anything else I had
ever tried. My strength and energy re-
turned, the backache ceased and the
kidney secretions were once more restor-
ed to a natural condition. You are wel-
come to the use of this statement, as it
may be the means of bringing relief to
some other suffer of kidney trouble." 6
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole
agents for the United States.
Remember the name-Doan's-and
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Twenty-nnine shares.
F. F. SMITH.
JOSEPH SILVERSTWN.
J. F. SILVERSTEIN.
State of Florida,
County of Volusia.
Before me, a Notary Public in aud
for the State of Florida, persoSaly
appeared F. F. Smith and Joseph
Silverstein and J. F. Silverstein, to
me well known and known to We
to be the individuals described in 0a.
who subscribed their names to the
foregoing proposed charter and sev-
erally acknowledged that they exe-
cuted the same for the purpose there
in expressed.
Witness my hand and official seal
at Daytona, Florida, this 24th day tO
December, A. D., 1909.
T. E. FITZGERALD,
Notary Public, State of Florida. MY
Commission expires May 13, 1913.


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Laws ofthe Sate o lord
the purpose of tranactng bsh
under the following charter:
ARTICLE I.-The same of f
Company shall be he rHalifax Rr
Lumber Company; its principal ogae
shall be in Daytona Volusia CoaNy.
Florida, and its business shaB be eC-
ducted there and elsewhere in-a
State and other States that may be
found necessary or convenient.
ARTICLE II-The general
of the business to be transacted by
said company shall be to buy and e
and deal in timber of aBll kinds; to
contract for the construction of bud-
ings and the doing of work of all
kinds; to operate and run a saw
mill or saw mills in the State of
Florida or elsewhere; to operate a
boat or boats in the State ofFlorida
or elsewhere; to buy, sell and deal
in merchandise of all kinds and to
have and enjoy all the rights, powers
of the laws of the State of Florida,
tions for profit under and by virtue
of the laws of the State of Florida,
and generally to exercise such power
as may be incident to its purposes
or business and to carry on such o
operations or enterprises and to do a
things as fully as could a natural
person.
ARTICLE III.-The amount of
the capital stock authorized shall be
Ten thousand ($10,000) dollars, divid-
ed into one hundred shares of the par
value of One hundred ($100) dollars
eact The capital stock or any sub-
scription thereto may be payable
either wholly or in part in cash, or
may be issued wholly or in part for
the purchase of property, leases, ea-
tract, labor or service, at a just vala-
ation thereof to be fixed by the
Board of Directors at a meeting to
be called for that purpose.
ARTICLE IV.-The term of years
for which this corporation shall exist
shall be ninety-nine years.
ARTICLE V.-The business of tke
corporation shall be managed by a
President, Vice President and Sere-m
tary and Treasurer, who may be the
same person and a board of Direuctrs
consisting of three stockholders. The
annual meeting for the election of
Directors by the stockholders shall lbe
held on the last Monday in February
of each year. The date of the anam
meeting may be changed by the by-
laws. The Directors shall elect aB
officers at a meeting to be held afte
the adjournment of the annual meet-
ing of the stockholders. Until the of-
ficers elected at the first election
shall be qualified the business of the
Company shall be conducted by the
following named officers.
F. F. Smith, President; Joseph g.
Silverstein, Vice President; J. F. Sfl-
verstein, Secretary and Treasurer.
ARTICLE VI.-The highest amount
of indebtedness or liability to which
the Company may at any time subject
itself shall be Ten thousand ($10,0h)
dollars, excluding any liability on aay
lease or leases for rent or otherwise.
ARTICLE VI.-The names and rea,a
idences of the subscribing incorpo-
rators of said corporation, together
with the number of shares of capital
stock subscribed by each are as fol-
lows:
F. F. Smith, Daytona, Fla., Thirty

shares.
Joseph Silverstein, Daytona, he.
One share.
J. F. Silverstein, Daytona, Ft.


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NEWS ABOUT ORMOND AND ORMOND

RESIDENTS AND SOJOURNERS

TOLD IN INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS.


*"THE OLD RELIABLE" Jewelry Mrs. Bertha Ruffner, of New York
Store-Established 28 years. The. City is expected to spend the Christ-
Largest and Finest line of Silver,! mas holidays with Mrs. J .D. Price,
Libby Cut Glass, Pickard Hand Miss Ruffner was here a year or two
Painted China and Jewelry of all ago.
kinds, south of St. Augustine.


GEO. H. CLARK, Daytona, Fla

H. V. Stilwell has improved his res;.
idence with a coat of paint.

-. The Nail Keg Club has had sever-
al interesting meetings lately, two oc-
curring last week .

A. W. Shaw went to Jacksonville
this week and brought down Capt.
Shaw's new automobile.

Miss Pearl E. Maxon is making her
home at Kansas City, Kans., Her ad-
dress is 1711 Garfield avenue.

Born, to Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. Wil-
liams, a son. Mr. Williams is sec-
tion foreman on the F. E.C Ry.

Mr. and Mrs. John Holden are at
their beautiful residence Sleepy Hol-
low, taking care of their orange crop.

Henry Green, contractor for the
new houses of J. D. Price and G. B.
Smith, has gone north to get mater-
ials.

Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Joplin returned
to Marquette, Mich., last week after
their brief stay in the Howard Cot-
tage.

- J. D. Price expects his automobile
S from New York next week. The car
has been repainted and the engine
overhauled.

B. A. Leamont will be in charge of
the Ormond Garage this winter, a po-
sition he has held for several seasons
with entire satisfaction to his custom-
ers o. .

D. L. McGlashen is building an
addition to his house on Ormond
Beach, which will nearly double its
capacity. He hopes to have it com-
pleted in another month.

The Hotel Ormond will have a
Afirt class amateur base ball team
this winter. The management chal-
.eaies any other amateur club to a
tch during the season.

H .A. Price, son of J. D. Price,
u? t Saturday for the Christmas hol-
He and A. W. Shaw expect
g, o an on a duck hunting trip up to
). wd- Lake for a few days.

S John Anderson, of the well known
.'-iflrmof Anderson & Price, is ex-
A .t-rom the north January 10th.
lod. in front of his plantation ha
-l widened and resurfaced.

and Mrs. Frank Forster ,of But-
N.Y., arrived Monday. They have
_. W. A. Burris' small cottage
N'.mdBgha nd avenue. The Forsters'
Friends of D .A. Abbott's family.

Ji ]Margaret Hollister and her
h.fCho mate, Miss Alida Billinghurst,
*t here from Washington, D. C. for
e Chool holidays with Miss Hol-
bw" !'loe other in the new Burr cot-


l -riends of Harry Stewart will be
l led to learn the sad news of hi
4I'S death at their home in New
I Uk flty. TIeu 12 A hnv waf horn


H. C. Irons and family, of Plain-
field, N. J., have rented for the sea-
son the large log lodge near the ho-
tel belonging to John Anderson, which
they occupied in former seasons.

A. G. Weatherbee took his family to
Daytona last week in his boat, The
Wauchusetts. Why the pilot took a
ducking before leaving the Ormond
pier after reaching home has not bee
explained -

R. R. Kimball is building a 23-foot
power boat designed for speed. She
will .be driven by a 24-horse power
automobile engine and is designed to
slide over the water instead of plough
ing through it.

Preparations are under way for a
debate by ladies of the V. I. A. on
the afternoon of Jan.28. The subject
chosen is "Woman Suffrage," and
so one after another of the great
questions solved.

The road between Ormond and Day-
tona, after leaving the Ormond line,
is in wretched condition. Dayton
people should get busy on this at one
it, if they expect our autos to go that
way this season.

R. R. Kimball shipped 29 boxes of
fine organges and grape fruit to
northern friends as Christmas pres-
ents He took his family to Daytona
Saturday in his 60-horse power auto-
mobile, for Christmas shopping.

Justice and Mrs. Shiras arrived last
Thursday to spend the winter at their
home on riverside drive. Mrs. C. H.
Call of Marquette, Mich., a sister of
Mrs. Shiras, came the day before
and will make her home with Mrs.
Shiras. ..

J. Silverstein, wife and son of
Boyne City, Mich., have taken the
Idle Hour cottage for the winter. Mr.
Silverstein is a member of the firm
of Smith & Silverstein, which runs
a saw mill about two miles west of
Ormond.

Bretton Inn will open January 1st.
Improvements to the value of $18,000
have been put on tue property this
summer These include enlargement
of the dining room and a new water
service tank 60 feet high and 4600
gallons capacity The grounds about
the Inn have also received much at-
tention Twenty servants arrived at
the Inn last weeK.

The Stimpsons came down from
Lynn, Mass., last week and are at the
Stimpson home on the river front
The family consists- of Mrs. Isabella
Stimpson, her father, Mr. Neal, and
her sister, Mrs. Rachel Neal and little
Elizabeth Neal. Mr. Jenks came down
for a short stay and to get the fami
ly settled, when he will return to lool
after Mrs. Stimpson's extensive bus
Siness interests .

A gang of thirteen Italians havE
* been at work cleaning up John Ander
Sson property along Granada avenue
near Pine street. With the new wal
and concrete walk this section is nov
the most striking in the city. Hasn'
the time come for our city fathers t
Develop the Plaza ?The new towi
hall would look less lonesome sur


Harry Edgebert expects a friend,
Guy Clements, of Jacksonville, over
Christmas.

Miss Ruth Seabloom came Tues-
day from Stetson University for the
Christmas recess.

Fippen Adams, the well-known pian
tuner of St. Augustine, is spending
several days here.

Macon Thornton has opened his East
Side drug store. For the present he
expects to run it alone.

..lilo McNeal has been doing con-
siderable interior decorating on A.
XV. Street's house, East Side.

Miss Sarah Corpe is expected from
Jacksonville this week to spend a few
days with Miss Ethel Francis.

Miss Mary Simrall came home from
Rollins College Wednesday. She
brought a friend, Miss Florence John-
sn-n.

The first da'nc-e of the season was
held in Carleton-a Hall Friday night
of last week with about thirty in at-
tendance.

Judge J. G. Thompson and his
daughter, Miss Francis, of Washing-
ton, D. C., are spending the holidays
in Ormond.

Mrs. Frances True, Miss Anna
Hupp, and Miss Cordelia and Madie
Lacy have been spending a few days
days at Mrs. Masons'.

R. H. Edgley, of Lake Placid, N.
Y., is at Mrs. Mason's.. He will have
a position with the Hotel Ormond
when it opens next month.

Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Thompson, of
hosville, Ill., arrived last week and
have taken possession of the Weath-
erbee cottage on Lincoln avenue.

Mrs. G. H. Hollister has bought a
new twenty-one foot launch from E.
A. Lapp. It is named the Nodak in
honor of Mrs. Hollisters' home state.

Udo Smith, of Port Huron, Mich.,
arrived in Ormond last Tuesday. Mr.
Smith is well known here. He spent
several years in charge of the bridge.

H. E. Hartwell, contractor for the
work on the Isreal Putnam property,
went to New York City last Wednes-
t day. He will return about January
tenth.

The Hotel Ormond housekeeper.
Miss M. A. Clark, arrived Tuesday
from Windham Depot, N. H. The
first installment of help is expected
today .


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Charles Vogt, wife and little Doro- 4
thy are expected at Rose Villa this 4
week from Niagara Falls, N. Y. The
Vogts have spent several winters in 4
Ormond.

Friends of Mr .and Mrs. John Reilly 4
are glad to welcome them to Ormond
again. Mr. Reilly had a hard journey
and is still weak from his long sick-
ness, but there is no place like Or-
mond for him. They arrived last
week Friday.

*...F. P. FREEMAN*
t F. P. FREEMAN :


! Among the recent arrivals at Rose
.Villa are G. B. Wetherton, Jr., of
Jacks.onville; W. H. Graham. of
Clevelaiid, Ohio, and J. A. Crews, of
the Jacksonville Times-Union.


AMONG THE CHURCHES I

This has been a busy week with
the ladies of the UnionChurch, get-
ting ready for the tree Christmas Eve


Ross Adams shot a five-foot otter -- --
on Dead Lake last week. The skin There will be special Christmas
is a fine one and Mr. Adams i;:s al-1services at the Union Church Sunday
steady refused ten dollars for it. He morning with a sermon by the pas-
brought home sixteen ducks also. [t r. The offering of the day will be
I for the West Tampa mission work
T. J. Clark has been cleaning up among the Cubans .
the river front at the foot of New
Britain avenue. He says he belongs Get ready for the platform meet-
to the woman's club at home and is wings at the Union Church on Jan. 2
lonesome without something to do. Sunday morning and evening. This
is paTt of a movement not only na-
Miss Margaret Howe, Miss Bessie tional but world wide in its sweep.
Putnam and an aunt of Miss Putnam You cannot afford to let the oppor-
arrived from Danvers, Mass., this tunity g by.
week. They will spend the winter at
Miss Howe's cottage on Grenada av- Services will be held at St. James'
enue. Episcopal Church, East Side. tomor-
irow at three o'clock in the afternoon
Mrs. Fred Schmidt, who was calledt by Rev. A. J. Wilder.
by telegram to Cincinnatti, Ohio, be-
cause of the serious illness and death
of her daughter, Mrs. 0. C. Wilke, ha
returned to her home in Ormond. I wish to express my sincere thanks
to the Court of Ben Hur Lodge, of
Mrs. Carrie Pitts and Mrs. Web- Ben Hur, Ohio, also to the friends for
ster were in Daytona last Sunday af- the many acts of kindness shown
ternoon to see Mrs. Pitts' brother, and the beautiful flowers given me
Herbert Packard, who is at Dr. Bo- while in Cincinnati, during the sick-
hannon's Hospital. The reports as ness and death of my daughter, Mrs.
to Mr. Packard's condition are very 0. C. Wilkie.
disquieting. Mrs .FRED SCHMIDT, Ormond


Count Valentz wiA be here this win-
ter with his trained saddle horses,
from Bretton Woods, N.H., He is well
known about Ormond as a riding mas
'ter. George Howland will have the
charge of the general livery.

A. B. Clark, wife and baby, arrived
from Seneca, Ill., Wednesday. They
will live, as last winter, at the Mc-
Neal cottage on Lincoln avenue, cor-
ner of Pine street. Mr. Clark's au-
tomobile is on the way down from Chi-
cago to be used during the tourist sea-
son. Mr. McNeal has built a garage
on the place to accommodate the ma-
chine.

The ladies of the V. I. A. are mak-
ing preparations for the reception to
the men on New Years' Eve. A gen-
eral invitation is extended to the
men of Ormond and their friends fro
7:30 on. The reception committee
consists of: Mesdames McNeal, Price,
Milligan, Udora Watson, Reilly and
Miss Foulke. Those who were pres-
ent at the reception last year do not
reed assurance of another good time.

CLYDE LINE CUTS
OUT BRUNSWICK.

BRUNSWICK, GA., Dec. 24- The
Clyde Steamship Line will discontinue
Its service to this port, the last ship
being due here tomorrow. The com-
pany will establish a freight service
between Boston and Galveston. Ships
may touch here to and from Jackson-
ville on the Boston line.

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GIFT BOXES OF FRUIT

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PORT ORANGE, Dec. 23 Mrs.
Chas. Glawson is visiting her brothers
S. G. and A. M. Martin.
Dr. and Mrs. Kestler, Mr .and Mrs.
Henderson and Mr. and Mrs. Emerick
arrived Monday and are getting set-
tiled in their winter homes.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Figge, from Ill.,
arrived Friday and have rented a cot-
tage from J. L. Bailey.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Weston and
two friends arrived Saturday and have
rented A. M. Martins' cottage.
The young gentlemen of our village
arranged a masquerade party, which
came off Friday evening of last week
and was a grand success.
Miss Rosie McDonald arrived from
Oak Hill Saturday and is with her
grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hender-
son .
Milliard Patillo has a cousin visit-
ing him this week, from Atlanta .
The ladies of Grace church will
give a supper New Years' eve in the
Ridgewood Hall.

THE SMALLEST OF THE AN-
TLERED HERD AND LARGEST

The Fort Wayne (Ind.) Lodge of
Elks claims to have the smallest Elk
in the country. He is Charles Nes-
tel, three feet five and three-eights
inches in height and weighs sixty -
two and one-quarter pounds.
Daytona Lodge has one of the larg-
est specimens of he antlered herd in
the person of R. T. McFadden, who
weighs something less than 600 lbs.
and is not quite seven feet tall


ORMOND SCHOOL NEWS


The high school rooom was crowded
last Friday afternoon for the Christ-
mas exercises of the school under
Prof. E. C. Orth and his able teachers
To present the program in ful! would
be to give the names of every pupil
in the school Particularly striking
were the songs which were well ren-
dered by the whole school. Miss Ba-
kers' room gave a short play in the
spirit of Christmas. Several of the
older pupils read essays on subjects
appropriate to the occasion. The af-
ternoon closed with gifts of candy,
nuts and corn.


ANOTHER TRACT Of LAND


IS TO BE EXPLOITED.

St. PAUL, MINN., PARTIES HAVE
PURCHASED 240,000 ACRES OF
LAND IN THE KISSIMMEE VAL-
LEY.

A large tract of land in the Kissimm
Valley has been purchased by parties
of St. Paul, Minn., and will be opened
for settlers.
The tract of 240,000 acres covers
nearly all the lands in the Kissimme
Valley, from Lake Kissimme to Lake
Okeechobee ,and is thirty by thirty by
thirty-five miles in extent. It covers
375 sections of land each one mile
square.
D. D. & C. M. Rogers civil engin-
eers, of this city, have secured the
contract for subdividing and platting
this large territory and will put sur-
veying parties in the field the first
of next month.
This is another indication of the
interest in this State that is awak-
ening among investors and capital-
ists of the north. There are still
thousands of acres of land in Florida
which under proper management will
prove big money to investors and
provide good homes for large num-
bers of people desiring to escape the
rigors of a northern climate.

CELEBRATED AVIATOR
ARRIVES IN NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, Dec. 24-Louis Paul-
han, the celebrated French aviator,
reached New York today on his
way to Los Angeles, where he is to
compete in the big aviation meeting
to be held there next month. Paulhai
brings with him two Bleriot cross-
channel machines and two of the
latest type of Farnum aeroplanes.
After taking part in the LosAngeles
contest he plans to give exhibitions
in Galveston, San Antonia, New Or-
leans, Atlanta, and several other
cities.

Mrs. Theo. Sengstek and Miss Amy
returned to Daytona Beach Thursday
night from Jacksonville accompanied
by Miss Sengstak's fiance, J. J. Baird,
of Cincinnati, O.


D. W. WALDRON

Livery and Baggage Transfer
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SEVERAL BUILDINGS DESTROYED
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Commodore Burgoyne Gives the Editor of the Daily

News a Check for One Thousand Dollars


Toward the City Road Fund.


The City Road Fund is exhausted, j of no mean city" now have an oppor-
said the Daily News a few days ago tunity to show their civic spirit.
on the authority of Alderman Mills. Our streets are rotten!
The city streets are in vile condi- Our streets are a disgrace to a


tion.


Now Is our chance to mend the


Streets.


The Daily News has a check for
$1000.00, conditioned on raising $4,-


civilized community!


Call Commodore Burgoynes' bluff.
Five thousand dollars will be am-
ple.
Send in your checks, not promises,


000.00 additional, actually paid in by payable to the DailyNews.
private subscription by the time the If the full amount is not raised by the
Daily News goes to press, Friday, Dec time specified, the amount of your


FOR HIS BAGGAGE TO BE PUT him a- piumjer's bill.
On using the bathtub on their re-
IN DORY AND SET ADRIFT -'
IN DORY AND SET ADRIFT turn from the north it was found that
KNOWN IN DAYTONA. instead of passing off as it should
the water was escaping under the
"To S. S. Amerika: flooring .
"Put my baggage in dory and set An examination was made and it
adrift. We will pick it up. Are ',as found tha tthe rats had cut the


two huors behind you.
Count Rasponi,
"On board S. S. berlin."


This was the wireless nessaa;t-
sent from the liner Berlin to thtf
Amerika just after the former sail,-,.!
Tuesday, and this was the reason.
says time New York World:
Count Rasponi and his bride. wih'
Was Miss C(aroliine M n;i;UtiIe. a .sout!.-
ern beauty, had planned to sail on
the Aneri.-a for their honeymoon
abroad. The count had figured that
they could reac(i! th, LIon r in I iuioken
from tne Waldorf in half hiou,- but a
ferry missed the steamer by tihicc m.iniit'
The count was greatly excited. lie
rushed up and down the pier throw-
ing his arms over his head in despair
and demanding that somebodydo so ,i
LU&LIS~ ln

FIRE DEPARTMENT DOES GOOD, NETS,


WORK.
Fire in Midway Tuesday morgnin
stroyed property approximating
value about $20,000.
A little after half past two o'clo
in the morning G. M. Gunn, assists
engineer at the electric plant, step


out of doors and noticed a glare,
of light to the northward, in the col-,
ored settlement f Midway, which'
caused him to se a man to the up-,
per story to inv tigate. This man
at once reP te it to be a fire and
the alarm si was immediate y giv-
en at about nty minutes of thre-e.
A second air- was given a few mo
iments iater. .
The fire proved to be in the store
building of S. W. Duncan on thi. n'rti
side of Second avenue, a short dis
Lance :..st of' the railroad. It w a:
liscov ered :; .1. i.. L diium who c1.41


M. H. Zuber wants to be mayor of ---. -...-------
de- the City of Daytona and he says he 1 R. D, TAYLOR. dectfical CGatraftmc r
in is going to land the plum and preserve O i o e .-
it. Zuber was for a term or two House iring a Specialty.
Sckity marshal, and for the last year. Dealer in Electrical Supplie of AR KiM F&ture7 fadmt
ant or so has been sanitary inspector. N Lamps. No. 8 Orage aamn, DAYTONA, FLA.
ped Alderman Simon Heymann says ............


there was a ume when ne uau as-
pirations for an easy seat in the City
Hall at $400 per and perquisites, but
that he has lately changed his mind.!
Some of his friends however, still a-
ver that he may become a candidate.
Mr. Hieymann is a retired business:
man.
That the present incumbent, E. W.!


Greene. will be a candidate to sue-.
o',d himself is generally understood,
;it;h(oi;h~i has not yet declared him- !
f.,l to the Daily News .
'r n.men of i,. T. Conrad has been
S~-!: 'd a;s 1 pr.siK -:andidate. but'-
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J. B. GARRISON


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

Daytona Electric Co.


232 South Beach Street.


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the immediate vicinity of the Duncan
place These buildings were, in ad
edition to Duncan's, the J. L. Odum s
market, Dr. D. T. Straughan's dru ;
store and the Baptist church, the lat-
ter on the south side of the stre-,;
All were property of colored people.,
with the exception of the Odum mark-


several. et- E. J. Mills has on exhibition in th.-'
conrain- -No insurance seems to have !bti", '- his c an excellent rI
a:nl' [ot carried on the church, but l)unica i: .. .;. ,.. ,,. ,,. ,..


w'4*i4I ~ith Blin-ghani &- Thionpsmo:



U'ih h inghanthe W.

%,i-. et thos campil, wet' I :ml ,z

''Li' of tiv,'k ir.". and five or' six ti: T,
en' made for water
1'sre(Chief Titus insists Vithat h'
.-OWO V.15illo 1,1!, -o:11 414. hi\l
4,'j d 4,1 at least so te-a i i'
th r '.%.I, notsim'me~ 's 104.'a'. z'
LI it.'tkthi'' v.ilidix5 w 1t of IuU
:114(1 t I a t ftt I t1 1 1 I -ct''SitS 17 I a I s
.IU s Is'. it I a I.' uI t(k 'II I I aLlZ I
p: Ii t :'t oft e Ii~0'th
ne w. I i hlov. -r tli'iniiIr~
)It ii Ir other 'hand. Gwo. A.\ Xa


I': t ;;! 1n iOM OIl, byV .Mrs. \\ C;t
i- r. of his sand sailor as it apear:"
i : 1 mi.ad,' his interesting exhibi-
*.,,! ,' !'.' I' .sht \'.I h i t Ss::m fci!r o."


A. .... :; t',' i*! :vL uy M r.
.* :.. .. ". ., :- r r .- ; ;i;' ; r.nd
:, n ot .,,- x .,* jias it p)'irp'.. aits i.: ti.s ait-
t:.tive folnl.


DISTILLED WATER TO BE USED

AT DAYTONA BOTLIN[ WORKS.
:',.:I Living'.ston !;'- put in :1 d(iti'-


in n-, ne cn L care constantly experimnenting and of wNv r
Call the steamer back. he do,- CO antl xti d i *.'int a:d *.i'-i.,,,,r ... ...
,:1iii." tli-' s ll,;k n o. V! ('s 'c: pe.s li'?'.ii ".'*tj '\ "1<-, --; 1"j, j,r'" .
maanded. "All our baggage is' oI "th1 ik w .'- .
I T i ( t* ia hi,'ky ow n a !f <,k < ",.k, :..i .' i ,
board. Call it back' Haow can ,
A li:.' I:. i:.1' i )lratl('4t ic, f i'(''dil.' zL o :i w i 'i .i v n
get to Europ)t" i ,te fixd. .n. \l
S s l b d i e iv r, no t l .i > ", .. .
And the bride, with A lieri;.n (1 c iL!.. Lit Plit, ,* i,; :..
responded: I the house, and 'cet i' 1 v
"'W V .y, we w ill take anothl r ., ., i .., i ',;-,' i:. ': :.' :* '.v L ':,: i,-, '-.,
(',, 14't' 1'i .' ;!it I:, their i : i! ;, ard ih. .; :, .
It was diover.d that th ll o b tlll 7 .
would sail frtn.m Ih 1r dock a l,''ck ,:- .'. ,, .s .il a l :.. .
ay in t-.o Iosho I'rs, so tihn (-,)';!t '*." t-. -.' -: .'*. '
countess. -each cal'ryii!n o ;i u sin cas', t', -' '
.i ,' 's4''. 1 ]" ; itL t.'li sI', .'i' d .i;'u ('1 !. :*1r i 1 *" ha ;r V ,-. ?' '" "
walked the block and se(''red j:s;i.sa-
,()hld to s.'veral par;'it hs in li,' <" : .
But a trip to Europe without bha ..g'. '
is not to be thought of. \\'Wiat l ilX s rsntative n th- I.try of .1Mr. adl M :c .l .. Y. Y., .:- i-> .i .
to be done. Then some brilliant mind and all were iml)rcssd with its re-. Clat daughter, .Mrs. (;.to C.,rland 4t's. ;ilii will 1,' r1 h .,,
evolved this plan, semblance to that yellow imtcial f.r, :;l',iuip:rcy and ilotlher- in-law. Mrs. bred by old r't.sidients of Ilaiyt vona
Se a wires message to t which mnen lose their lives and sell' -\. j. Hlumlhrey, of Waterloo. who' having built a home onRidg .vo<'d av-
"Send a wireless message to tnic;t'
Amerika and tell them to put the their very souls. were at the Howard a few days, have efnue which was afterwards purchia's.d
baggage in a boat and set it adrift. Vet Cave, who had had somO ex- established themselves in one of the ;.y Dr. It. 11. Seelye She I'avyes ;:
We are only two hours behind and can perience with gold in its natural state .j. G. Brown cottages on Ridgewood granddaughter, Miss Emma Y,';rk. and
easily pick it up." thought it might be gold but thought avenue for the season. Mr. Cloat is It son-in-law, Ward York. conduct,
This was done but whether the it felt a trifle light in weight. president of the Citizens Bank oif on the F. E. C. Ry, to inuI-n her d.'-
caT his was done, but whether the A sample was taken to L. H. Rowe Water i mis.
captain of the America consented to-. mise.


risk the loss of a boat in order to
I" ovide the countess with gowns on
the trip remains to be seen.
The Responis were married in Chat-
anooga, Oct. 27th. They have been
touring this country since and are now
bound for Northern Europe. They ex-
pect to reach Florence in the spring
and will make their home there.
(The Count and Countess Responi
were in Daytona a few weeks ago, at
the Howard House ,and left after a
v sit of several days for Cuba.)


ADDITION AT THE EXPRESS


OFFICE IS COMPLETED.


The addition to ths Southern ex-
press office was completed last xv..
and the large entrance is i.)>\\ :4T ilt.
extreme south end of the1 ips.,
while the smaller doors, .pving ',,
trance to the delivery counters, ar,
just south of the baggage room.
The interior airrati' ltiin s il'..
been chan e-d and all tiii.. atai':1ii
space used to Oti' l,..t a- iti:.,-4
A counter 'XLcLidS ot.l ti... .
to the west doors, over w which
the business for the ,'ft'i i


& Co., jewelers, who pronounced it
gold to all appearance, but upon put-
ting it to the acid test it failed to
come up to the expectations of its
discoverer and those with whom he
had shared the secret. What the sub
stance is remains unknown.
Mr. Rotzien took his disappointment
quietly, consoling himself with the
fact that he has lately discovered
that a broom can be made from the
leaf of the palmetto far superior to
that from broom corn. and he feels
sure that it will revolutionize the man-
ufacture of brooms throughout the
country.

POSSIBLY SOMEONE KNOWS
WHAT THIS MAY MEAN.
The following request, taken from
Stle lBoston Lilobe, may be explainable
i'y sotmue ostonian residing or sojourn
- .2 in this city.
"'EQi'ESTS
Dear Daytona. Fla-I shall be rcea
ly pleased if you will send me llintm-
:ate'r's Cottage pudding. Reccive il
a Daytona. Fla., postcard a few wet.ks
1,0.. Instantly my thoughts flew it,
our Globe -Daytona. Fla."
"-Waverley Lily.' ,


BLENDED GOODS
Letis' 66 Hunter Harpe
Echo Spin Cacade (Tennem e)
Wisoo Munyrrri Club
4AW JJaIF
Any of the Above Brands .5.00 $12.00
Blum'stonopgru.......... 4.00 12.00
SheridauClub ..............2.75 8.00
Maryland Club.......... .. 5.50 13.50
Ut. Ve.-non.............. C.O 1G.00
Black Label............. 6.00 16.00


4 BoSUt 1Uboatlm
Four oIom............... 7.00 1M50
Thee Feathem..... ....... 7.00 18.O


CORN wntlhkicr
4--
Tennessee Old Rerm...... 84.00
BlackaodBlue........... 3.00
Harvet Corn ............. .50
Laurel Valley.............. 3.50
Checker Board. ........... 3.25


12 pion
811.00
10.50
10.50
9.00


BOTTLED IN BOND


4M
Ciuke'sPmelre .... .....$.500
8ay k.............. 5.00
Eaty Timer............... 50Xi
G0ggenheimer............. s.W
Melwood............ ..... 5.0
Blum's Monogram.... ..... 4 C)
MoncriefSpring ........... 4.0O3
Clark's Sour a---- ......... 4 ;


12 F
412.00
13.00
12.00
12.00

12.00
11.00
10.50


BULK WKiRMNIK
2-50. &OO. 3.60, o t.00, 8.50, 3S0
.0. 6.00 er GalO.
BULK CORN wkIS. xx

2-50. $3.00. 83.50 per Galon. accod&
to age.
On all orders for $3.50 or
over goods will be shipped
in lhadsome glass jars.


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'QUOS. ASK FOR PRICES


MUNG'S CINCINNATI BEEF


Per Parrel. 10 doz. pins ........................................... SS.50
Per DOu!n. perkt-i i' pxes ...................................... CO
Picea F. O. B. Jackscaiiie, Fla.


ember 31st. subscription will be promptly re- ducted a meat market adjoii;:.g on i
Our people who, like Paul of Tarsus. t',rned. tIe t and bor periap: i',. noi-
utes Mr. Odum and Abe Smith.
want to be accounted "Citizens Strike while the iron is hot! colo 'ed iN,.N.. er', thi- n;v pr: :.

T ifIIlT RATS CUT LEAD PIPE IN. 1 .. .
E CU ORCER TO GET AT WATER. t r 1 .
I th fir,- ilti '- -A: .. lin i ti.
WHN TH SHIP I W. B. Chittcnd.1un, of North Ridge- electric light plant.
Soo avenuee, 're:c.iti.y had an exper- The fire tcolimpaiy < qI.i,i.v ,.
-- i.>::ee wit s !,t i- w hi- demonstred s-en l ,n.= tie l nu day tIi'
AND DIDN'T TAKE HIM WITH IT iio:i o t' .(: street fromw the I"-', '.
t:.e instinct o." ihut.igence of these as ra, and did excii w;'K.
SENT WIRELESS MESSAGE a t t sm tim t a s rain and did re to four buildings in
-SENT WIRELESS MESSAGE, roil, ot di tC i te ametime cost C0nt ining the fire to four buildings in


lead pipe of the trap in
places to get at the water it
Cd. e:i tilime ctlitlifn a, ov


I L- L I .2L
(I, cm 'I 1 t( 1i'S; v i. 1,tlI t i tV.a!i-' 4W..

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is ~I~ak I 4.i ljl''. s *'A 'A o..i i a' 'i



ALL THAT GLITTERS IS NOT
GOLD AGAIN PROVES TRUE,
Ro. .itozii'n. l)C-lri~ctflr 4)ft14
be.s4l I*i't) )iIh fat.we'ry ua ( %ir 1-a-"


hsimlito) 444ilimiw castles hi T;..e zi


list.' of tiii' alni''tto witl.!xv ii iiIi..' a- :


THE EXPRESS MAN WILL RECEIVE YOUR PACKAGE

THE SAME DAY WE GET YOUR ORDER

PROMPT SHIPMENTS IS THE SECRET OF OUR SUCCESS
WE WILL SHIP ANY OF THE FOLLOWING sABrvS PREPAID


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WE HANDLE ALL -ORTED IN?!:. AV.'D
PABSTS BLUE RIBBON BEER
Per ,arwel, o .' :. P ts ............................................ .
i'er Do.n, ;:k-..i In. !Tozea......... ...... ....... ... ........
':.... ... $. '., .'eje. : r 4 _


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". ~ Tom*


iELLA IOY & Co


LADIES HATTERS.


Special attention given

to fitting each and every

customer and satisfaction

guaranteed.
mme**-ill----*ll*l*I


RIGHT OFF

THE TREES

Nearly all the fruit that comes
tothemartif cked wM egieen 1
and allowed to pn on the way. Mvanaas LsmaIN t ass
Of course such at never has the
deliciousflavor of which is ripened in nature's manner.
For this reason

"m ROYAL SCARLET BRAND

is really superior in flfor and bealthfulness to any of the
fresh fruits that come fi nearby orchards during the few
days of the fruit season. \
ROYAL SCARLET ITS are gathered and put up at
the ordhards the very day atare ripe, and the flavor that
nature alone can give is
Royal Scarlet stands for the in the Canned Goods line.

FOR S BY


L. G.L,


N.e


FLORIDA EAST TAST RAILWAY
LOCAL TIME CARD No. 79. A Corrected to Sept. 1, 1909


No.5 No. 29 -
DAILY DAILY MAIN LINE DAILY DAILY
4 OD )m 0 am ..a-v..Jacksonville..A r t 30 kmjo''am
56 1 m 10 o6 amv..Stugutlne..Ar 6 60 pa3 j5 am
217 t11 56 am v..Uast P tka..Lv 5 06 pm g am
8 01 m 1 832pm -.... Ormond ....Lv 3 2 pm 4 am
8 Ui -m 1 44 pm -.v.... Daytona ....Lv 3 14 p m 4.lniwn' Btftet Parlor car.
S 15 m 0pm_ v..New Smyrna.Lv 240pm 3 m opeted o tlns29 and 78 be
100 )m 3 6 pm v...TItusvlle ...Lv 125pm 2272 twee tJaksnlIsle and Miami
1048pm 419pmLv......Cocoa........vl246pm 143 2
10 47 )m 4 28 pm Lv...Rockledige.... v 12 42 pm 1 44 a
11 20 -m 4 57 pm Lv. .Eau Gallte.....v 12 10 pm 1 12 a Pkullmarl Itffet Sleeper be
11 30 >m 5 07 pm Lv...Melbourne...L.v 12 02 pm 1 03 a tween Neet Yrtk and Knight-
1 28 am 705 puL. Lv.... Pierce.... .v,10 25 am 11 20 pm Key overthq lcCoas.t Lina
S48 am 911 pm Lv-W. PalmBeaeh .v\ 04 am 8 40 pm normofJa tile'% ...Lndl.e
0 0 am ilU O pm Ar......Miami ..... vjS 30 am 6 00 pm'h." J._ u"e l h"Und,"
00 am ......... Lv..-- Miami......Ar........... 5 30 pm V r almu Md 6
8 0 am ..........--- L.. Homestead...Lv ......... 4 tO pm
10 44am ........Lv. .. Lon Key ....Lv ........... 4am
1 30 am ...... Ar Knights Kay..- t.A....... I 00am -
*< 00pm .......... Ar.... Key West.. Lyv.......... 7V am '
6 980 am ..........Ar..... Havana....Lv............!pu0pm | i
*Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, arrivals at Key West. .
tTuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, departures from Key West.i ".
(Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. arrivals and departures at -na


Leave Kast EAST PALATKA TO
Palatka | PALATKA


.........No. 100
.........No. 102
.......No. 110
.......Noi. 106
.....No. 10o
....... No. 112
-...No- na


Dally .....
Dally..
Daily.....
Datly....
Daily ..
Dally..
Dally-....


PALATKA BRANCH
Arrive Leave I
Palatka Palatka
35 &am 5 10am ..
6.. 6 3 am 8 00 am ....
... 950am It 25aim ...
... 12 2.7 pm 2 W pm .
. 4 0 pm 4 5 pm ....
. 35 pm 5 5 pm .....
6 pm 1 00 pm .
SAN MATEO BRANCH
SAN MATEO BRANCH


EAST PALATKA TO Arrive Saqn Leave San SAN MATEO TO
SAN MATEO Mateo Mateo PALATKA i -


fovezear
P oks


8 80 am ..--.No. 103 Daly....... 850am 900am ....1. No. 04 aiLJ .
a20pm ..........No. 107 D ly....... 340pm 345pm ..........No. 108 ally 4 0 pm
" Sundda y N MAYOIT BRANCH No0
Daily I Only Daily Daily Daily
6 10M 2o 00PM 940RM7 L ......Jk..w.1ie.--s, .71) 5omP
S650 Pm 240PM 1s0ew. r---- ---.P."i1e.-t' L:. 6 49 AN 12 450 PM
S67 m 2 p 247 PM 10 3 M Ar--.--. t.uans er.-t b 13 Am 12 4 44 pM
7 o M 3 o00 M 10 45*M At .. *0 m a 12 43 8PM
-... I m .. .


330sopm 9 30 am N sayf.&a At]1I45 pm 74*. 1in I II 11,av..v T;rti'.vllle. o p
415 pm 1130 am 1LT....LakS fl.Iin.... Lv. 1Pi In'9 h A Nutr L 0atr
45 30PM11 50 am ILI....AOrange City ....LU. 12 121 n m 30 I=,. .OD
-430Dpm 112 00 m 14t Orange t't"kw .iw.12 45, 2I o IpIS


Co.nsoma- mde .s Kaltghts Key with P. & 0 S. S Co. for Key V-'.t and HAvana. Col_


-"'These TIME TABLES show the times at which trained may he *e pe't :o ..crrve at and dep'm th.
seveil stions; but their arrival or departure 4t the times stateI i not uarsrnteed nor a .h- pint
o be bald rs"ponalble for any delay or any consequence arising therefrom. i .
AL


FOR COPY OF THE LOCA. I'IME CARD .OR 0 HEtt NFOsit-l.\ IO N *'SLE THL. I ilKET
J. D. RAHNER. General Passenger Agen N1. AUGUSfIlNE. Lt..


PETERS ADS A IHU SEU. S CEIARATE .

TO BUREoSE'sHTIINO. NAmRRY AERTED.


AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THE CIT


OFFICIALS AND OTHERS TO
HUSTLE FOR THE OTHER $39C-0.


HANKINS' SHOW WINDOW CATCH.
v


poverished city treasury.
Thousand dollar checks, like angel's
visits, don't knock at our door every
day.
It is no argument to say that tire


time is short.


Twenty-four hours


ought to be amply sufficient to raise
$4,000 if it can be raised.
If the city officials want to endear:
themselves to the people ,now is the
time to compel their love.
It is to be hoped that the spirit of
Christmas is only sleeping, and that
long before the time expires every cit-
izen will contribute something to
this laudable project.
Our streets are rotten.
Dont' let that thousand dollars go


WHEN IT CAME BACK.


WELL SATBDAY fT Ih "H Win"

LARGE FLOW SECURED MONDAY WAS WELL KNOWN IN DAYTONA


ES ON FIRE ONE OF THE AFTERNOON AT A DEPTH OF WHERE. HE HAS SPENT MANY
CLERKS SERIOUSLY BURNED. 240 FEET, GIVING A HEAD OF WINTERS


Charles Heffner, chief clerk at
Billy Peters says that it is pure Hankins' drug store, is in the hospit:d
pure selfishness that actuates Com- badiy burned, and M. A. Shecut, who
n,odore Burgoyne. He wants his vas assisting him in arranging a
window dispia.v, is slighilv burned. as
neighbors to pay for good roads the r'suit of a fire T'l sdaw Ixi^ j
on which to exploit his new Stearns ty tr nine o'clock.
Sixty. The two were arrangiin a display
"Anyhow," says Billy, "the old man in the south window of the drug store
eught to get something; he has al- sig cotton as part of the decora-
ways been a good giver, and this is Somehow a match % .as dropped
il the. cotton and olin or the other of
the first time that he has ever asked thecoton and ote or the other ofQuick-
thor anyhing.e Now is the time for his ecorators step cn on ti. Quick-
for anything. Now is the time for his c-r than tongue c11 t,1il the e tir


friends to show their hands. Put me
down for a hundred."
"The man on the Street" says that,
it is now up to thi Mayor and council
to make good omiumodre Burgoynes
thousand dohar caeck by employing
Pvirarr minutt-. of thair tin' betwee--.t


window was abiazt- and both gentle-
iw,-a were overcome. They succeed-
ed in escaping from the enclosure buw
rot before .Mr .Hleffuer was so badly
burned that he will be laid up fo-
si verai weeks.
The fire was extinguished, but th,,
damage to goods and fixtures amount


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Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Smith have a *ItLUUay Il [-Ltro .m %anant, iaO., irs. 1. M. lDavison and daughter,
beautiful angora cat, which r is : ,i :nrid will spend the winter with Mr. Mrs. C .M. Brower, returned Sunday
household pet. and will follow ani .,nd Mrs. S. H. Gove and family- from Cincinnati, Ohio, where they
z.iember of the family around wiL; Gove is an older brother of S. H. have been for several weeks past.
Uih fidelity ut a guard dog -. Last Sat Gove and the two have not met in Mrs .Brower is very much improved in
ur-day Mr. Smith had occasion to go ver twenty years- health .
into an outhous-,e in the rear of the
lot, and the cat which had followed Christmas services were held in the George Walton was at home from
him was locked in, accidentally. Th(e First Baptist Sunday morning. There New Smyrna over Sunday.
-at was missed, of course, and iit was an anthem by the choir and so-
was at first thought he was visiting lo by Mrs. Maretta Brooks, of Dayto- It is not always the longest stock-
somewhere in the neighborhood, but na Beach. Rev .A. L. Abercrombie, ing that has the largest stuffing .
as his absence was prolonged his pastor in charge, delivered a sermon ___
owners began to think that some ad- appropriate to the season Sheldon Swope whoregularly
verse fate had befallen him. Yester-! Sheldon Sope, who regularly
day morning Mr. Smith again had oc-j spends his winters in Daytona, has
casion to go to the store room and! D. McLaren left Saturday afternoon arrived from ",-rra Hautt, Ind., and
found the cat-not much the worse for Cincinnati. is a the Despland .


for the enforced fast, but very thirsty'
and quite willing to partake of the'


a


begging. food that was offered him.
Make it good.
Contributions should be sent to the, PROVERBIALLY HAPPY PARTY
aily News. LA TERRE DE JEU SUNDAY.
UNDE lDAnother proverbially happy party
IRE. IMIPROYEMENTS UNDER accompanied Commodore Burgoyne
on his yacht Sweetheart Sunday. The
WAY AT [A TFERRE DE JIF start was made from the boat house
SI A L ILL U l, as usual, going bown the river and
C. G. Burgoyne has added fifty fee back to La Terre de Jeu, the com-
> the recently constructed dock at his modore's beautiful pavillion on the,
peninsula place, La Terre de Jeu. He est bank of the Halifax, where;
Iso has a force of men clearing up lnnch was served to the famishing
strip 300 feet wide from river to party, and to which all did ample jus-
cean and Ballough & Melton are en- twice. The party consisted of:
aged to put down a two inch well Dr. G. A. Klock, Geo. H. Ludwig, i
n the south side of the dock, near J)r- F. H. Houghton, J. D. Maley, Col.
ore. C. M. Bingham, H. C. Thompson, Bert
SThompson, Dr. E. L. Stewart, Capt. |
LONG ISLANDER HAS SUCCESS. !C. A. Young, Theo. Sengstak, M. B.
.. Aultman, W. M. Hankins, Dr. C. DeW
Ernest Kreitzberg, with his guide,: ... ... D C
JohnBernestrtwereowthisguideSat-Ake. F. W. Pope, L. Adler, Chas. F.
ohn Bennett, were out again Sat-i Buran eo H Clark Mayo
arday and succeeded in bringing dow Burg e, a Harthornayo T E.
mother fine buck. Besides this they'
;ot a wild turkey, several quail, a fox Fitzgerald and the genial host, Com-
modore Burgoyne.
all squirrel and some other game.
Mr. Kreitzberg is fast gaining the Congregational Church will
'iord fr crac hing in tThe Congregational Church will
record for crack shooting in this lo- have their Christmas exercises Christ-
cality. mas night at the church. A tree and
ALL THE COMMODORE'S BLUFF! songs and recitations by the Sunday
ALL THE COMMODORE'S BLUFF! School children will make up a good
Now is the time! pro rram -
Don't be a laggard in a good cause! o
Dont' let that thousand dollars find E. Fairfax Ludlow, who last season
its way back into Commodore Bur- was a member of the Daily News
,oynes' strong box by default, force, arrived Sunday night from Ur-
.. you do you willwade in slush all. bana, Ohio, and joined his mother,
winter. Mrs. Montana S. Ludlow, at the Park-
There is not an available dollar in inson, of which she is owner and pro-
the City treasury for the streets. prietor. Fairfax has a host of friends
"-i.e Lord loveth a quick as well in Daytona who will reoice ia his re-
a.s a cheerful giver." turn.
Call the (Coninodore s bluff and (all
it (jiickly. Aliss Hazel Meyers has accepted a
S:<(. OI- v.ill shout louild'ri than tht position in the mailing depart iti-nt of
:'. ; ':o el.>( if "ou ('all it. 'the Daily Neix.-.


Cottages for Rent.


Ocean Boulevard and Grandview

Avenue, Seabreeze, Florida.


$150 to $800 for season.


Fully -fur-


nished with high grade furnishings.


CONRAD-OATES REALTY, TITLE
AND INSURANCE COMPANY, Inc.


Phone 128


Daytona, Fla.


INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS.


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6RVER SI SEES F0 TEERI REET.


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


I THE PECK HENDRICKS COMPANY.


CHAS. BLUM & COMPANY
AGENCY PABST BREWI LG (I

Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis 66 Whiske)
Send for Price List. IACtKSONV1LLE, FLA.



S ll Ia n ai d Promptly executed at :
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TWELVE INCHES. The death of Commodore F. D.
Hughes. of New York, last Friday
Henry Van Dorn Saturday recover- eight, was learned here Monday,
ed the drill and rod lost several days Mr. and Mirs Hughes.who were spend,
ing the winter at Princess Issena, Sea-
before in the well at the city water- breeze, had gbne over to Maitland a
breeze. had g6ne over to Maitland ea
works, which he has been drilling to a two weeks' visit with his sister.
a. greater depth. iand expected to return here shortly.
Work was continued on the well lie was attacked at Orlando, and died
Monday, anA in the afternoon, when, at his sister's home at MAiitlanid, Fri-
d. J o, h day. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes have
Mr. Vn orn was about ready to spent the three winters past at Sea-
call lrk for the day, with a head breeze. lie was an enthusiastic anto-
of 5 inches, they cut through the mobilist and he and his car were ta-
strat of hard rock in which they had miiiar figures on all the auto roads
b-eu drilling and more than uoubied i:l this vicinity Mr. and Mrs. Hughe
the flow, securing a head of 12 itad many friends here to whom his
a*"chis .at a depth of 240 feet. This death comes as a great shock.
splendid stream is only excelled by!
;-,r other well in the city, that of D. S. Hall, of Mechanicsburg, Ill.,
i. ti. Hoene on North Ridgewood, arrived Friday afternoon to spend tAh
:,e:ue. puL. down by Mr. Van Dorn season here as usual. He says that
. has a head of 18 inches. six inches of snow and zero weather.
Mr. Hall is a brother of Wm. Hall,
who owns a winter home on North
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Gove arrived
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now and December 31 in pursuading
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his very night they're coming bome.
their faces will appear
Once more around the "Yuctide feast,
Our sons and daughters dear.
Chben there'll be all the babies, too,
to jolt upon my knee
Hnd mahe our big, old fashioned house
H scene of revelry.

h be hemloc wrethe bhang on the wall.
S Cthat spray of mistletoe
Recalls, old dear, our sparking days,
Some fifty years ago,
mben first I hissed you underneath
Cbe bough of fateful pearls.
I seem to see you once again,
Che sweetest of all girls.


bhe pantry shelves a;e lodd i dcr:
Ulith every hin oi c c .o
Hnd pies o0 uoince and pumpkin sI b
Hs only you can mahc.
Beyond the ciose ishui ario door
in angel bright and fair
Is lo-ohing down upon a tree
Chat stands all ready there.

Put up your knitting, mother, dear.
Che tinkle of the belle
Rcrose the snow clad upper road
In welcome warning swells,
for here are ickh and 3ach and 'Jess
Bnd Molly, Com and Sue
Hnd all the merry, dimpled, cute,
Mischievous youngsters too I


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S' 1 l l ll simply cause the bowels to move
in a normal manner, and with-
out the griping effects of cathar-
*******************OO*o Miss lanthe Bond is at home for the NO D A IS ON ftics and purgatives. That's why
holidays, having come up Friday morn- U they are so universally used by
; ,*lPlb L ITEl MS :ing from Ft. Pierce, where she is n W M women and children. The
L: "L* SASF ENAORW the MOR NW omen and children. The
A I teaching i he publ ch longer they are taken the le&s
* Senator \V. .1. Morgan, the well. are needed. Natural conditions
**oee************** **O*** Geo. H. Foote, Jr., is at home for *rsoe
Geo. H. Foote, J is at known auto race promoter, tells the gradually being restored.
Mrs. Arthur Poppell, of Jackson- the Christmas holidays, having arriv- own auto race romotor, tells the gradually being
ville, is visiting her mother, Mrs. ed from Asheville, X. C., Thursday New York papers that the famous. sold by druggists everywhere. If first i
Wingate, on First avenue night. Mr. Foote says the skating Ormond-Daytona Beach races in Flor- package does not benefit, your druggist
was good at Asheville when he left. ida will not be held next spring, and MDIICAL CO. ukar o
Mrs. M. E. Bohannon, of Lynnville, it is also stated on good authority I
Indiana, arrived Tuesday and will Mrs. It. H. Mallinson, who has been that Savannah will make no at pt
spend the winter with her son, Dr. recuperating at Seaside Inn, Dayto- to hold an international race .
C. C. Bohannon na Beach, for the past two weeks, re- The Senator says that while $11 the
turned home Friday much improved world's records, from one tg- three
Mr. and Mrs. Pargillas came over ia health hundred miles, with the e* with a party from Sorenta, and will the kilometer record, wern made at
spend the Christmas holidays here. Daytona-Ormond beach, and he would
hey ae fChristmads of li and Mhere. Mrs. W. H. Caswell, of New York, like to see another race there, the SECTIONAL
They are friends of Mr. and Mrs. and sister-in-law, Mrs. W. F. Roberts, expense is too great to saddle on a BOOKCASES
of Boston, arrived Thursday night, small town like Daytona, without any [I"iaimd R IW
and are guests at the Ridgewood for help from the railroads and steam- A ofS
*Adolph M. Jaehde, the piano tuner; the season. ship companies, which have never
Sill be in Daytona during January, contributed a dollar, although they de P
;ilth hadqua:'ters at The Stilman. I Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Chowning are rived the greatest profits from these Start with One or
expecting Mrs. Chowning's sister, events.
Miss Blakemore, of Virginia, and cous- Then, too,, the Florida East Coast More Section
Mrs .Ella H. Glenn returned Mon- in, F. D. Pullen, of Baltimore, to ar- Automobile Association, which has
day from DeLand. where she has rivewithin the next few days Miss raised something like $50.000 during You can always add to your li-
been visitingg with her daughter, Mrs. llakemore will spend the winter here. the past seven years for the pro- brary as necessity demands.
Sam Shoemaker. motion of the races, is a unit in the "Gunn" Sectional Bookcases
W. D. B. Barnes and his mother. belief that it has gone far enough, are made in all standard woods
Mrs. C. R. M. SL.eppard is visiting and grandmother, Mesdames M. F. and the board has declined to have and finishes to correspond with i
with relatives near DeLand. Mr. Thomas and A. DeIow who are win- anything more to do with financing either home or office furnish-
hThomas and A. Denow, who are will
Sheppard left yesterday to join her tearing in DeLand, where Mr. Barnes the project wings, and when stacked side by
for the Christmas holidays. is taking ths law course at tetson sideand lock',J securely together
is taking the law course at Stetson they have tha arance of one
University, came over from the coun- they have t appearance of one
Mrs. .1. IR. King returned Wednes- ty seat Thursday to spend the Christ-, DS USS S1URIN sAid caso.
day night 'fromin .lacksonvil,., to mas holidays in this ctliy, lik-i-c ltivt- l iy, EAC Il PICOTA DIA For home or office there is no ,
which city she accompaiiied lr l iro- chave many friQnds. DISEASES IN COSTA RICA. b-,kcase that equals the Gunn.
their, who was reiturnini North. __ Come in; let us explain the
A.-lr. :6i >' r I 'Can-:, tl^ DELEGATES FROM THE THREE many advantages of the Gunn
Miss Miinlie Johnston, (if E:sipa.oil. lhr e children and .11 -.- d. System.
and her c i, Miss Nni~ Sith, i'a.-sidy arriv.. in party from tv- AMERICAS PRESENT FOR THE
and her cousin, IMis.s Naunit. Smith, 1
land, Ohio, andu ar' o uests at inA MAlTf[ tI
of Ludowici, Ga.. spnt several days .. CONVENTION. HINHAM & ALE
this week visiting friend-s and rela- 'i., b
tivs in Daytona. .i, '. -
tires in Daytona. HOME OF THE MYSTERIOUS ig.t,-, rl'r.s.ntinu n.early all th-
AEROPLANE DISCOVEREDj,.I
Henry Van Dorn ean T'iihursdaye thAEROPLANE DISCOVERED e Aeris hae
morning the work of drilling deeper \VWORCESTER, Ma s., Dec. _4-Tlhc -arri;vd hwrv to takv part in the 4th
.he second well at the city water homee of the mysterious aeroplane International Sanitary Convention of' DAYTONA INSTITUTE
works. The southeast well was the which has been causing Massachu- .\merican Republics. The gathering ,IIrTIET YE4.
one selected for the new operations setts people to wonder becuase of its is to have its formal opening tonmor- Mss. Eli/ia-thstE.vr. .Principal,
hoverin o' the t, is believed row, and sessions wiil ( i continue for No. 1 -iiininiol- hlock. H,-iach str, et,
hovering over the state, is believed j S. t south of orun.t. '
J. A. Hutchinson returned to liar- to have been found at West Boyles- ,0e wvt-k. Forul-nmtl akon-g the par- 'lts a id Indilvdual Instruction. Coach-
wood Thursday afternoon, where he. twn. where 14 men are in the employ ticpalnts will be Dr. WalIer" WyVian, e 1iof lipupil s ,di sp, 1 itt.atio.
wvho is chief surgeon of the public" "' natun, -uniuti)lo. Drawing, I. -
and H. H. Brittle are engaged in load of Paul .Mrgan, busy with a secret alth and marine hospital service .. ..
ing cars of stable manure for ship- ccupatio on the John Gough estate. of the United States. I M DI-
ment to Dania to be used by the i iI Sas. MASONIC DIRECTORY.
trucker n of that be action b On the estate iu dense woods is an .l Au'ong the-- subjects to be disu.ss tALIFAX LDGE. No. S!, F. .
S o t t t i mils enmense she'd carefully sealed and ied a:t t eo:aVeittiiion ar' nieasur .c i Meets Istand -:rd Thursdays. &
lk. wsati s ti yllow fever, buboic plag'a1.e HALI FAX CHAPTER, No. 5, R. A. M.-
W. M. Moore's daughters, the iMisses loidckd. Nr o otr dieass. w dis(,veris J Mts2nd Thursday.
Gall and Florence. arrived Thursday recounoitering were captured by th ,.-ct t. the transmissi. In of letsh ThE No.ur,K.T.-
afternoon for a visit with Mr. and guards and fined for trespass. Mor- y,ll,,w I,.~,f r and malaria, and the l.- LIVEOAK (HAPTER. No.1, O. E. .-
Mrs. Moore ,at their home, The Wo\Vd gan is known to be an intimate friend ,..-ity ,f the adoption, by th-e na I All m0eetLu Maiouic HHll. orang-e avenue
lawn, on North Ridgewood avenue, of Tilling has. who is supposed to ow0n tiJions of Europe, of the convention of
Miss Gail will return to Sanford iin the mysterious machine. Morgan is W\ishii.-.ton aid other sanitary meas-
a few days. but Miss Floren.e, who' also known to be deeply interested urs subsequently adopted by the or- *"For Rent," "Furnished Rooms,"
is attending Rollins College, will{ in aerial navigation. iHe has spent ianization with respect to such colo "For Hire" and "Table Board" pla-
spend the two weeks vacation here thousands of dollars on aviation. ni.s as t .ev hav... in Amervea. cards at the Daily News office. tf


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Mim May Murray, of PittlralbMni
Mrw J. G. Brown, committee on dee-
oration for the Congregational church
Christmas program, were doing the
pretty wat of the work, as they said,
this morning .







Cleanses the System
1 -y0. 01
L :is colds and Headoches

duelo Co o$\Aton,.
Atst natura\y, acxslyvA as
Regulahvtee

rMa-yount ana Ola.
To "et is boneS\wsial egxecs.
wathe Bowy Xhel sniwm
manufveaced b te with
CALIFORNIA
seemed to help me until Co.
SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRtUiISB
one size only. regular price 50 per bottle.







"I have been troubled wthe little
conpillstipation for several years,
and have tried a great many
kinds of pills, as well as medicine
from the doctor. Nothing
seemed to help me until I be-





LeRoy, Ills.
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