Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: November 20, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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_7 Our new stock of Ladies' and Children's Sweaters is now open
on display. Owing to labor conditions in the knit goods in-
dustry and the advance of yarns, prices have jumped from $1 50 to
76.100 a dozen, but all our sweaters were purchased previous to this
e and we are enabled to maintain our low prices of previous
jga as long as the present lot lasts. We would advise not to
lelay, but make your selection at once, before we are sold out.






First National


St. Augustine



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

Daytona Electric Co.

232 South Beach Street.

Cabinet MaKer. Wood WorKer. ^
Picture Frames, Door and Window Screens made to order.
Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.

L nd Lumber Company,

4th, Shingles,


Ceiling, Brick, Lime
Office and Yards: ESbit tas
Railway and Orange Avenue

-Boid Mill, Atlantic Coast Line Ry. 100 miles soutb of Jacksonville.
Kalamazoo. on sanford Branch cf the F. E.C. Ry.

- Phone 83


R. J. MAL.BY, Manager.


a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Roof, a Hot Air Furnace,
oat the other metal necessities required to complete a modern
& remember that

1 C. NAS ed SON

Dayton. Florida, Novembr 20, 1909.


V.a t
afts of Maps Have Been Made S. B. Owen Killed W. P. Robert- W
in Tampa for the En- son.-Justifiable Homicide
durance Contest. Verdict of Jury.
Tampa, Nov. 18-Maps have been County Commissioner S. B Owen
ade of the official route to be followed: shot and instantly killed W. P. Robert- vi
r the various automobiles which will 'son at Oak Hill Saturday night last at th
ke part in the Tampa-to-Jacksonville about five o'clock. A reporter of the ro
durance contest. Gazette-News saw Mr. Owen at the in
The first map shows the entire route Hotel Turnbull, New Smyrna, Sunday
ver which the contest will be run. afternoon and got from him the follow- gi
arting from the Times office on the ing version of the unfortunate affair: y,
morning of the 23d, the ears will make Saturday night after supper he was o0
e round trip, Tampa to Tampa, via going to the depot at Oak Hill. On the si
acksonville, by the evening of the 27th road he met Mr. Robertson. They spoke bI
he full route will take in these towns: and Mr. Robertson told him he wanted o,
plant City, Zephyr Hills colony, Greer, to rent a house from him. Mr. Owen tl
ade City, Trilby, Brooksville, Inver- told him that his houses were all rented b
ess, Dunnellon, Ocala, Micanopy, but one and that he wanted to use part
ainesville, Starke, Highland, Jackson-; of that himself, and he told Mr. Robert- at
lle, St. Augustine, Ormond, Daytona, son that he did not think they could f1,
eLand, Orange City, Enterprise, Os live in the same house peacably and ti
en, Sanford, Orlando, Kissimmee,, that Robertson became very angry and h
oughmal;, Haines City, Winter Haven, began to abuse him; and he turned to w
artow, Lakeland, Plant City, Tampa. walk away from Robertson, when the t<
y this it will be noted that Plant City latter caught him by the lapel of his o
one has the distinction of being on coat and began to dlash him with his b
oth the outgoing and returning routes. pocket knife, when he drew his a
The routes embrace many more towns revolver and began firing and did not
tan are shown on the map, those stop until Robertson fell with one bullet,
hown being of course, the principal through the heart and two in the head. y
laces. Mr. Owen was taken to New Smyrna tl
The counties through which the route at once and had his wounds dressed by a
ill pass are Hillsborough, Pasco, Her- Dr. Bouchelle. lie was wounded in five fi
ando, Citrus, on the West Coast; Ma- different places; one cut in the neck
on, Alachua and Clay, which are on would probably have proved fatal but tl
he backbone of the peninsula and are. for the heavy collar Mr Owen was ti
*ally neither of the West nor the East wearing. tL
,ast; and Duval, on the outgoing trip. Attorney Bert Fis.h, drove over o
n the return Duval, St Johns, Saturday night from DeLand. and ti
olusia, on the East Coast; Orange. Sunday morning accompanied by Mr. g
sceola and Polk, in the middle, and Owen he drove t- Oak Hill and attended s
lillsborouuh. Thirteen counties in all. the inquest held by Justice of the Peace
he distance to be covered approxi- Fred W. Hatch. The verdict of the ls
iatet 550 miles. jury was that the killing was justifiable. a
The other maps show the runs by The affair is much regretted by all at c
ays. The first day's run will beTampa Oak Hill. Mr. Owen is a prominent t
) Gainesville. via Plant City, Zephyr turpentine operator and a member of h
ills colony, Greer, Dade City, Tiilby, the Board of County Comnissioners of
3rooksville. Inverness, Dunnellon, Ocala j Volusia County. b
licanopy to Gainesville The autoistas Mr. Robertson was a saw mill man. t
ill check in for the night and cool off i who had only lived at Oak Hill about a t
t the hotels and swap stories of hard year. He has borne a good reputation p
ick or good results, as the case may be. : heretofore Hlie leaves a wife and two t
)n the second day the run will be to children. The body was brought to a
t. Augustine, taking in Starke, this place Sunday' afternoon and pre-
ligidand. Jacksonville, to St. Augus- pared for shipment to Madison, Ga., by p
;me The night will be spent in the Bingham & Maley, undertakers. p
ancientt City, and on the the third day-- -
he l.onk machines will breeze through PAI
he East Coast counties, crossing the
t. Johnus and coming on back from thi SPAkeIlIJC S I a
older counties to hissimmee, takin, NIAN
t Urun-id. Daytona, DeLand, Orange: r
ity, Enterprise, Osteen, Sanfoid, Or- 'a-It
audo, to Kissimmee. The last leg of What Might Have Proved a Seri a
lhe trip will be from Kisimcme to
anmip, via Loughman, Haints City, O-s Fire Nipped in the <
Winter Haven. Bartow, Luktlhnd, Plaul Bud by F. M. Rowe. l
'ity to Tairpa, tanishing the coutcL
heree it began-at the Times office. Las-t Saturday morning F. M. Hlowi-
Four days will be spent on the route. saw smoke issuing from the work bench
t was at firdt intended to complete the in the front of the jewelry store and oni
un on the 26th, but it was later de-_ investigation found that the aznok,
ided to make the distance for each da3 came from tie corner of a caitv'is apron t
shorter, and four days were allotted- of the work bench where a tire wa.-
hree nights to be spent as follows: smouldt ring in the cloth on which somnn
Gainesville, St. Augustine, Kisimtume clock oil had been applied.
[n the rule book which will contain th.; Mr. Howe called the attention oi f L.
rules for the contest and five map., will II. Howe and Mr. Hinmey to the matter,
also be other data, such as the outline; but neither would confess to .einig
)l tach day's run, wh.eh is to be further guilty as Mr. Binncy wiho works at
marked by the confetti car. that bench had, not bIj- The rule book will be a very complete seemed to be a clear case of spontam-ous
affair. Tlie rules will be a duplicate of* combustion.
those which governed the grcet Giidden : The spark may have been smoulder-
tour, the Journal-Herald New York to : ing in the apron foursome time and finally
Atlanta tour and every other contest, to gained magnitude enough for thie smoke
test out the stamina (if the word may i to attract Mr. Rtwe's attention. Left
be used as relating to automobiles and to itself it would probably have later
their ability to stand up to all kinus ot developed into fiamnes.
going) of cars. They 4re the officials!
rules of the American Automobile Aso- Organized B. Y. P. U.

ciation, the governing national body {Rev. Lewis Eusminger. repre.scnti!g
with which the Tampa Automobile club tihe State Baptist Conf*ernc-e in Sunday
is affiliated and of which it is an auxil- School and young people's work, spent
iary. Friday. Saturday and Sunday in dhii
As a test of the powers of endurance city with the first Baptit (Church.
of a car under all conditions, there can During his stay here a Siunday ., hool,
be nothing fairer than a road endurance with a membership of th-ity-tive, was
contet.-. Each car is entered in its class organized at Seabreeze- and a Baptist
and is penalized according to the rules Young Ptople's Uniiin in thie church
for any and for each repair found to be here.
necessary during the conutst-the cars The following officers were incurring no penalties or thoce incurring the B Y. P. U. formed lcn:: A K
the fewer points of penalization being. Brokaw, Presidint, Miss Grace Rich,
the winners in the respective classes. Vice President; Miss Martha Brown.
The main prize will, of course, be the Secretary.
Times cup for touring cars. The other The regular initeting hour will Her.- 45
prizes are the Tampa Automobile Club o'clock Sunday ev-eing tbut for the
n t next two Sundays the imtlhng ill be
trophy for runabouts and the Tampa held at 6o30 and adjoturn t th. big
Automobile Club trophy for miniature union meeting at the Armiiy.
tonneau cars. .
From all parts of the State have come
letters assuring the greatest interest. J .
The successful carrying out of this en-
durance contest will be more than a


Wilson-Chriatiancy Grove in Fine
Condition and Bearing a
Large. Crop.
One of the finest citrus grover in this
cinity and probably the largest, with
he exception of Hon. George H. Mun-
oe's, is that of Willson & Christiancy,
a the Holly Hill hammock.
This was originally a wild orange
rove budded to sweet truit some thirty
ears ago by Mr. Fleming, who laid
ut the town of Holly Hill, and con-
sted of but a few acres which have
een added to by the present and other
owners until it now comprises about
thirty acres, twenty-six of which are in
caring at the present time.
The crop this year, including oranges
od grape fruit, is estimated at at least
5,000 boxes and may run even more
han that number. Many of the trees
ave "belled" or opened from the top
with the weight of the fruit and drooped
o the ground on all sides, the spread
f branches on one of the largest trees
being at least twenty-five feet in di-
Eighty tons of commercial fertilizer
yere used on this grove in the past
ear and, as an experiment, ten tons of
bis was put upon two and one-half
acres, resulting in an extra quantity of
ruit upon that portion.
There is a heavy crop of grape fruit
his year and the party having the con-
ract for picking and packing the frmwt
his season arrived last week with ten
r a dozen men and is engaged in put-
ing up this fruit for shipment. The
rape fruit is nicely colored and fairly
Like the lemon this fruit is borne
largely on the inner part of the tree
nd the quantity on some of the trees
cannot be appreciated without raising
he branches and looking upon the fruit
ridden by the leaves.
It will be impossible to drive a wagon
between the rows of trees, even where
his was done last year, to gather up
he field boxes as they are filled by the
pickers, because of the growth in that
ime and yet the trees are twenty feet
&part each way.
Improvements have been made the
past summer upon the buildings and
packing facilities, two large wings
having been added to the packing house,
nore :han doubling its capacity.
All the wraps used on the fruit bear
un attractive trade mark in the shape
if a wreath of green holly leaves and
ed berries, surrounding the words
Holly Hill Grove, Holly Hill, Fla."
also in red and green.
L. Kennedy, who put the first buds
on the wild grove for Mr. Fleming and
has been in charge most of the time
since then, is living at the grove
with his family and kindly showed the
%riter over the place.
Adjoining this grove are several other
rice one., although of not so great ex-
tent, among them being that of A. Ben-
edict, C. A. Ballough, C. F. Wetherall
and others. All of them bearing good
crops this season.

Fruiter Matanzas Rebuilt. 2
The fruit boat Matanzas. owned and
operated by A. M. Terwilligar for the
transportation of the crops from his
large groves at Mims and Shiloh. was
tied up at Root's Dry Dock the forepart
of the week to repair some trouble with
the shaiting that had occurred on her
way South to begin operations this
The Matanzas was recently practically
rebuilt at Palatka and is now better
fitted than ever for her work and for
the outside trip to and from Jackson-
vill; She was cut in two in the middle
and twenty teeth added to her length,
while her deck was raised four feet,
giving her more hold. She now has a
carrying capacity of between 1,1UO and
1,200 boxes in the hold, with deck room
for many more. She is 7T feet in length
by 15 foot beaum.
Capt. Terwilligar is one of the early i
settlers, having come to Florida thirty- I
one years ago. and is acquainted with
all the older residents of Daytona and

Port Orange Lady Writes a Book.
D. Appleton & Co., publishers, New
York, have just issued a book written
by Mrs. Roe, of Port Orange, wife of
Col. F. W. Roe, U. S. Army, entitled
"Army Letters by an Officer's Wife."
which is reported to be having phenom-
inal sale, especially in all the western
states. The westvr. papers, especially
those of Omaih and Denver, speak of it
in mcst endearing terms, as it refers

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the water front on the Halifax River. Three minutes walk to stores, post-
office, churches, etc The Howard is strictly a first-clas house in every
d respect at moderate prices. THE TABLE A SPECIALTY. Northern 0
Cooking, the cuisine exceptionally good, the best the market affords. Under
0 the direct supervision of the proprietor. The house has every modern con-
* venience and improvement. Has large veranda and pagoda and is sur- _
8 rounded by lawns and shade trees. Is dry and well ventilated.
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THE DAYTONA GALlt II t-NEWS Delegates to Convention.
PURTTRRED EVERY SATURDAY Hon. George H. Munroe, Major A. B.
Foster, B. T. Conrad and Henry
T. L. FITZERALD, Editor Schmidt were present at the Waterways
Convention held in Jacksonville this
THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANweek, Mesrs. Munroe and Foster being
THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY delegates from the Halifax River Yacht
(INOORPORATED) Club, Mr. Conrad representing the City
__ of Daytona and Mr. Schmidt receiving
Entered at the Potoffee at Daytona, Flonds, as Second Class Matter. his appointment through Governor
Gilchrist. The delegates all returned
Tuesday evening
op one e1.50 Dr. Tracy at the Baptist Church.
One copy six monthis.............. .75 Daytona is waking up to the fact that
One copy three months...... ............. 40 there is to be a great temperance-relig-



Jury Made Recommnedotion of
Mercy to the Court and
Saved HIs Neck.
DeLAND, Nov. 19-The case of
Henry Frazier, the DeLand negro,
charged with committing rape on Mary
Byard, a colored girl under ten years of
age, has occupied the attention of the
Cikeuit Court all week. Th- jury
brought in a verdict of guilty yesterday,
with a recommnedstion of mercy. The
recommendation saved the negro's neck
and he received a life sentence to im-
There were nineteen cases on the
civil docket and three on the criminal
docket during this term of the court,
but only four were tried, the balance
having been continued.
Court adjourned yesterday afternoon.

Real F state Transfers

The following deeds to property in
Daytona and vicinity have been filed
during the week in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court:
Daytona Educational & Industrial
Association to Laurence Thompson con-
veys lot 19, block 3, Green's addition to
W. H. Pickett to Laurence Thompson
conveys lot 8, block 1, Wall's subdivi-
sion lots 12, 13 and j lot 11, block 52,
M. & C., Daytona.
Philip Krug to John Anderson con-
veys lot 8, block 3, Ormond Beach.
Consideration $400.
Eli W. Livingston .to Matilda Last-
inger conveys lot 4, Posten's Kingston.
Mary E. McCoy to Town of Holly
Hill conveys west 50 feet of lot 5, block
1, M. & C, Holly Hill.
Marie S. L Liess to Elbert Osborn
conveys east I of north I of lot 5, block
14, Daytona. Consideration $2000.
Laurence Thompson to Morris M. Ed-
wards conveys lot 19, block 3. Green's
addition, Daytona. Agreement for

The Tracy Meetings.
Dr. Tracy the "Kentucky Temperance
Evangelist" opened his series of fourteen
lectures at the Armory, Thursday even-
ing. The hall was well filled. It is esti-
mated about 450 people were in attend-
ance and the committees in charge from
the Ministers' Association and the W. C.
T. U., were gratified as to the success o
the meetings, and for the enthusiastic
welcome given Dr. Tracy.
The meeting opened at 7:30 by a fif-
teen minute song service. A. K. Bro-
kaw is in charge of the choir of fifty
voices which sang many of the rousing
old familiar hymns, Mrs. W. S. Edwards
as organist. Mr. Abercrombie. of the
Baptist Church, introduced Colonel J
R. Miller a member of the Florida Legis-
lature. Colonel Miller was the man to
whom We are most indebted for the good
actions taken at our last Legislature.
Colonel Miller made a happy and pleas-
ing talk in introducing his old friend Dr.
St Dr. Tracy's introductory remarks were
pleasing and witty. He showed the
fallacy and wickedness of the common
old saying that "a man who cannot take
a drink and leave it alone is no man."
* We are creatures of temperament, and
drink operates an various temperaments
in different ways," said the speaker. Dr.
Tracy Illustrated this thought by show-
ing the effect alcohol had on the two ex-
tremes, the nervous and phlegmatic.
He called attention to Daniel Webster.
Richard Gates, ex-governor of Illinois,
Tom Marshal of Kentucky, and others
"No man dare say they were not men
yet two died drunkards, and the elo-
quent Webster's character was dimmed
in the eyes of those who knew him best."
The Lecture was closed by the beautiful
pictures upon the canvas.
These lectures will continue twelve
days beginning at 7:30 o'clock. Ad-
mission and seats free.

*BN611ATM NOf C0


ious revival meeting here, under the
leadership of Rev. Dr. N. W. Tracy,
the Kentucky Temperance Evangelist.
IUPU Dr. Tracy will occupy the pulpit of the
First Baptist Church next Sunday morn-
ing. Come and hear him.
PROTECTION The Baptist Church will join in the
union services at the Armory on Sunday
evening. **

Meeting Held at City Hall Last
Monday Night For This
The meeting held at the City Hall
Monday night for the purpose of form-
ing a company of volunteers to handle
the recently acquired fire apparatus was
not as largely attended as such a meet-
ing should have been, but some thirty
or forty were present and several gn tle-
men addressed the meeting, aong
them being J. G. Brown. Conrad Stu-
benbord, W. B. Chittenden .J Mills
and others. Mayor E. W. (4 acted
as chairman.
It was decided for the present to limit
the organization to fifty white members,
and a committee of three, composed of
E. L. Gunn C. J. Messing and W W.
Austin, was appointed to secure this
membership. Fifteen or sixteen signa-
tures were obtained during the evening.
The committee was instructed to corres-
pond with volunteer fire organizations
in other cities in the State with a view
of obtaining helpful information.
Conrad Stubenbord, who had had con-
siderable experience as the head of vol-
unteer firemen at Coney Island, gave
some interesting and valuable advice on
the subject.
Alderman Simon Heymann suggested
that a telegraph tire alarm system be es-
tablished and this matter will probably
be taken up by the City Council in the
near future.
Mayor (Ireen suggested that it would
be well to form several companies, one
with headquarters at the City Hall,
another in the north pert of the city
and still another in the southern por-
tion, while companies of negroes could
he formed in Midway and Waycross to
protect those districts.
It is proposed to hold another meet-
ing some time soon for the purpose of
dividing the membership into at least
two companies, selecting the necessary
officers and electing a fire chief.

Death of Mrs. Groover.
Mrs. Lillie Hull Groovir, wife of
Mitchell Groover, of Ormond, died in
this city Tuesday afternoon, The ser-
vices wereiheld at tlh residence If Geo.
W. Hull, a brother of the deceaed, on
North Beach street, at noon esday,
Rev. J. L. Cooper officiatit nd the
remains were taken to Barilville for
interment in the family burial ground
at that place.
Mrs. Groover was a daughter of Mrs.
Lavina Hull and sister to Horace and
George Hull, of Kingston, and Wm.
Hull, of Ormond.

Episcopal Services.
St. Mary's, Daytona, Service and
Sermon, 11:00 a. min. Music by
vested choir.
Grace Church, Port Orange, ser-
vice and sermon, 3:(0) p. m.
Grace Churcb, New Smyrna, Ser-
vice and Sermon, 7:0) p. m.
Service Thanksgiving day at St.
Marys church, Daytona, 10i a. m.

Of Interest to Misses.
The Gruber-Morris Ilardware
Company is conducting another of
its interesting contests and some
little Miss will be awarded a hand-
some stove. This stove, while of
juvenile size, has all the qualities
and conveniences of the larger Buck
stoves. Particulars of the contest
will be found in the advertising
columns of the Gazette-News.

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Injured By Falling Tree.
Will Banks, a young man who had
been working at Oak Hill, was struck
by a falling tree while cutting timber at
that place last Saturday morning and
sustained a fracture of the right thigh
Mr. Banks was brought back to thiscity
and taken to the Daytona Hospital and
Sanitarium, where the broken limb was
set by Doctors Klock and Cooley. The
patient is reported to be doing well. Mr.
Banks was carried in a wagon from Oak
Hill to New Smyrna and brought here
by train from the latter place.


ORMOND, Nov. 17-J. H. Dreaser,
who bought the Lapp property last
year, arrived Sunday with four children
His wife is expected to follow soon with
seven more children, leaving the re
mainder of the family, four grown ups,
behind. They came from Peekskill,
N. Y. Ormond should feel proud of
this addition to her population.
Miss Anna Lippincotte, who has spent
the winters here for a number of years,
arrived Monday, and will occupy the
Bristol cottage on Palmetto street.
Mr. and Mrs A. G. Wetherby, of
Worcester, Mass., who spends nearly
six months of the year with us, arrived
Monday evening, also their two daugh-
ters. Miss Emma and Mrs. Colby Pink-
erton and child Mrs. Pinkerton will
spend two weeks with her parents, then
will go on to Key West and join her
husband, who is in the hotel business in
that city.
The contract to build the sea wall on
the east side of the river, fronting the
Putnam property, is let to Cave &
Fagan, of Holly Hill.
J. D. Price, the genial manager oa the
Hotel Ormond and other hotels North,
arrived last week with Mrs Price and
friends. Glad to see them back again.
Mr. Floyd, of the experiment station
at Gainesville, was in town Monday
looking after the cause why oranges are
dropping so badly.
Mr. Kimball, the auto man of Omaha,
is with us again this winter. Glad to
see him and family back.
Mr. Webster and wife, from the in-
terior, are comfortably situated in one
of the Lee cottages.
Adrian Yates, wife and daughter, of
Grand Rapids, Mich., arrived last week
and are at their pleasant home, Wood-
lawn, on Palmetto street, for the winter.
The Ormond boy hunters, Burwell
Thornton and Arthur Fagan, killed a
large wild cat last Saturday.
The Ormond School reports the fol-
lowing names on the honor roll for the
best work done through the second
month: Agnes Waldron, 7th Grade;
Luella Campbell, 6th Grade; Leslie
Waldron, 5th Grade; Ruth Waldron,
4th Grade; Cova Priest, 3rd Grade.


PORT ORANGE, Nov. 17-M. T.
Pattillo went to Osteen Wednesday of
last week to join a party on a deer hunt.
He returned Sunday.
Miss Addie Vinzant, of DeLand, is in
our village visiting her aunt and other
S. G. Martin is occupying D. E. Lyon's
new store building. It is large and com-
modious and Mr. Martin can now dis-
play his goods to better advantage than
in his former quarters.
Mr. Kilpatrick and son are again at
the Ilardyman House.
Messrs. 1. J. Wells, Sr. and J. L.
Bailey have a fine lot of hens, and ap-
pear to be doing quite a good business
in that line, though eggs are still quite
Our boys gave another pillau Monday
night. There was a good crowd in at-
tendance and all erjoyed a pleasant
evening. .
Mr. and Mrs, A. Baker and daughter,
Miss Stella, Mr. and Mrs. 8. Fred Cun-!

Mrs E.K E. Burn., accompanied
by her cousin, Miss Hacker, arrived
last Sunday from New York City,
and are home in Mrs. Burns' cot-
tage, corner Palmetto avenue and
Cedar street.
Dr. Neville H. Clark expects to
go to Ocala today and from there to
Tampa to attend a meeting of the
examining board of the State Opti-
cal Society to be held next Monday
and Tuesday.
H. W. Williams, wife and daugh-
ters and Mr. Williams' parents, S.
M. Williams and rife, arrived from
Joliet, HL, last week. H. W. Wil-
liams is the peanut and pop corn
man, who was at the postoffice cor-
ner last winter and is now holding
the fort just west of that building.



For Three Years
"Dr. Miles' Restorative Nerv-
ine cured me of a period of
nervous prostration of over three
years duration, and the Anti-
Pain Pills are as necessary to
us as the roof of our house.
They have been household rem-
edies with us for many years."
1214 Catherine St.,
Philadelphia, Penna.
Much sickness is due to nerv-
ous troubles. Headache, diz-
ziness, epilepsy and insanity are
nervous troubles. Then there
is a large class of disorders
which arise from a weakness of
the nerves of an organ or part,
as weak lungs, heart, stomach,
kidney, bladder, eyes, etc..
Dyspepsia and indigestion are
usually the result of nervous
Ret frtiLve Nervin
soothes the irritated nerves, and
assists be nerve cells to gener-
ate nerve force.
Dr. MIl. Nervine is sold by all drug*
gQlt. If the rat bottle fails to benefit
your drugglt will return your money.
MILES MEDICAL Co., Elkart, Ind.

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


A New Backforam Old Oue. Howit1
Ca be Dome Ia Daytoma.
Tlw back achei at times with a dull,
indesribable feeling, making you weary
and restless; piercing pains shoot across
the region of the kidneys, and again the
loins are so lame to stoop is agony.
No use tv rub or apply a plaster to the
back in this condition. You cannot
reach the cause. Exchange the bad
back for a new and stronger one.
Dayton residents would do well to prolit.
by the following example.
liss Rose Kremer, 6T Ohio Ave.. De-
Land, Fla., says: "I have used Doan's
Kidney Pills and they have proven of
more benefit to me than any other kid-
ney remedy I have previously used. I
suffered from dull, nagging backacheb
and had distressing pains through my
loint. My feet and limbo became badly
bloated and I also had an annoyance
from too frequent passages of the kidney
secretions. I finally decided to i rv
Doan's Kidney Pills as they had been
very highly recommended and procunrd
a supply. I used only two boxes and
am now free from backache and soren. .
acrt s my loins and my kidneys ha :
become normal. I feel like a different
woman si-e using Deoan's Kidney Pills
and am pleased to recommend them to
other sufferers." 19
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., soie
agents for the United States.
Remember the name-Doan's---and
take no other.











Two furnished front rooms, second
floor of Atlantic block, opposite Yacht

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

a~ppp~A Ae.& A&.A ..&A AA

Ridgewood Avenue. Large Rooms. Furnace Heat. Electric
Lights. Rates $2.00 Per Day.
MRS. CELESTE HINKS, Proprietress.
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Roses and Ornamental Shrunkry.
All the best varieties of winter blooming, grafted Roses adapted to
Florida; also other ornamental plants. tree and shrubbery. All plants
guaranteed. Grounds prepared anp plants cared for
J. B. HINSKY, "The Pines,"aA .FA.:W



Special attention giv

to fitting each and every

customer and satisfaction

guaranteed. e?


Rates: $2.50 Per Day an
SAn attractive hetiwuse with large, ail
House, sulphur or salt water baths.
Some of the pleasant features of
its Roof Garden, affording a fine v
* "The Pines" is situated on Sout
* toni. Roonm single or en suite, w
338 South Ridgewood Avemr,
UOa ** *

M~W .
AM C~m

id Up. Special by the Medth.
ry rooms. hot and old water through ti
Selectric lights, furnace heat, telgep
"The Pines" are itW wide vereandt -
iew of the .-otmtry, river iand oeem.
h R idgewotcd. the highest avenue ia, D
ith or without private bath.

INSKY,- Proprietess.


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And consider the qualtyV

e_ asmea our prices w* oe-third owMr tw it f tPosibl
te rmt ores to *eN* *m ade *a -1 G
Thes are oai a roeWV o ur p* eme tw a sew *e*e
aMs of ANY SORT wrait tfo our m


We Have Planned a Most Inter-

esting Contest for All Little

Girls in Daytona

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Are here ready for
your inspection....



The Best for the Least




jeJ X I We've a most interesting puzzle for you to
solve---and each little girl will be given a most inter-
i testing little booklet fully explaining the puzzle and
S.B 5 l telling her how she san make the little "Buck's"
Strange shown in the above picture, her little range.

This interesting puzzle contest will close Dec. 24,


don't you buy a Thermos
father or brother? You
it, see the point? Never had
Useful and pretty things to
inm4a, Catchy Jewelry,
a-s, H~and Painted China,
gSilver, &c. If its new we
it Reference anybody.
H. ROWE & Co., The Jewelers.
omas Oyama opened the Japan-
ar this week for the winter
ame Kincaid is still confined to
mose by a severe attack of rheu-

X. Kerrigan, representing the.
iYork World, is in the city on a
of the State. 4
tion wanted as experienced
y. M. Hawkins, Box 464.
Wray was a Lake Helen
for several days this week,
over Tuesday-afternoon.
for city water are
ntinally received and the
kept busy supplying resi-
Sb nes places.
Price. manager of the Hotel
was in the city Monday
prty from Ormond. Mr.
Arrived at Ormond Friday
Last week.
l wving dinner will be
at The Magnolia. Price 50c.
TIo Seabreeze City Council in be-
a of the citizens of Seabreeze de-
pieato thank the firemun from
Uipa for their efficient services
-i.a.g the recent hotel fire and also
ibreitizens for their assistance.
-Mrs. G. B. Seaman and Miss
Iathryn Thorp were Palatka visi-
this week, being delegates from
h Palmetto Club, of this city, to
eState Convention of the Federa-
& of Women's Clubs held in that

i. Hand Colored Photos, the pret-
utin the city at Lesesne's Kodak

kMr. and Mrs. C. E. Blackwell
the hotel property at St.
rg which they had in view
aa estate with a number of
to deal with, gave it up and
to the city Tuesday, hop-
yet to find a location here.
E C. Hazard and children
l EWednesday afternoon from
tr, Y., and will spend the
in Daytona with Mrs. Haz-
|parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
w on North Ridgewood av-
p. Mr. Hazard will probably
Bthem for a short visit about the

*J. H. Gittens & Co, dealer in fish
ioysters, mackerel a specialty.
mi5. tf
46n L Ehubanks, of Warm Sul-
Springs. Va., has rented Mrs
I illar's cottage on South
v..d avenue through the R.
agency. Mrs Eubanks
&apid have arrived and are es-
in the cottage, where Mr.
will join them later.
gton Typewriter for sale.
to The Bee Hive.
Soot will install a Balaco,
wer engine, received last
in F. M. Terrill's launch, the
The Ralaco, which is
at Toledo, Ohio, is
the ordinary in appearance,
vr~y compact and more of the
parts covered from view.
eNO FOR SALE-Julius Young
-Z. Burdick, Seabreeze. tf
nd Mrs. E. M. Condit re-
tMonday afternoon, joining
ich, who has been here
at their home, corner
"and Pallmetto avenues.
t is just recovering from
of pleumpniawhich kept
p! r in Phicago for sev-

of winter accomodations
tHeabreewe. Handsome
Spettyq grounds, ranging
hfum $150 to $800. See
them. Chas, F. Burgman,

The AnderMon candy Kitchen
opened this week for the season.
Mrs. S. M. Ryan opened her mil-
linery store aboard the Shell Boat
this week.
Tom Dittson is a recent addition
to the Southern Express Company's
force at this place.
*Phone 28 will call for your clean
ing and pressing. 0.S. Burnett.tf
MinsB RMaiAe Mc.,nn t. dm>

Large Stock. Get them while
the assortment is complete.
Curio's, Souvenirs, and Jewelry.

Murray Smith, of Detroit, Mich.,
has just put his cruising yacht,
Pleasure, in commission at Mc-
Donald's Boat Yard.

.r..m C ao ad j de t P. J. Doyle arrived Friday after-
from Chicago and joined the other noon of last week from Coney Islan ,:
members of the family here. N. Y and joined Mrs. Doyle and J.
J. H. Meagley arrived Friday H. Frozen at The Prospect of which
night of last week and joined Mrs. he is owner and proprietor.
Meagley who came earlier in the Charles Webster arrived from
season. Milford, N. H., Thursday night and
lFor Sale, 21 ft. paneled counter will assist his nephew, Capt. L E.
2- ft. wide. P. 0. Box 138. Ellenwood, again this winter.

Mrs. E. H. Glenn and daughter,
Miss Mayme, are occupying one of
Mrs. M. J. Holmes' flats on Third
The dance recently given at the
Daytona Opera House was so largely
attended and enjoyed by the young
people that it is proposed to have
another next Monday night.
tAutomobile for hire by the hour,
day or trip. S. W. O'Brien, phone 114
E. H. Mace and his attendant ar-
rived from Brooklyn, N. Y., last
Saturday afternoon and are at the
new hotel, "The Hamilton," on
South Palmetto Avenue, for the
Mrs. M. S. Hunt and her sister,
Miss Lena Thynne, returned Wed-
nesday afternoon from a pleasant
two weeks visit with friends at Cor-
onado, New Smyrna and Port
*Two carpenters who can do boat
work wanted ,at McDonald's Boat

Mrs. S. H. Mosely's sister was
operated upon for tumor of the
brain, Monday of last week at
Chicago, and died the following
Thursday, never having regained
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dupee arrived
from Earlsville, Ill., last week and
are located for the season in the
same house they occupied last winter,
one of Mrs. A. E. Barker's cottages
on Magnolia Avenue.
"Wanted by a boy from the
North, age 12, work of any kind for
the winter; address, Box 414, Day-
W. W. Austin left Thursday
morning for Miami aboard his new
cruising yacht the "W. W." During
his absence his family will be with
Mrs. Austin's parents Mr. and Mrs.
T. F. Curtis on South Beach Street.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Pencil have
rented, through R. L. Smith, the J.
EL Allen residence on South Pal-
metto avenue and are occupying it
in company with their son, 11. E
Pence, and family. They are from
Minneapolis, Minn.
Those desiring Thanksgiving
dinner at The Cleveland kindly leave
word by the 22nd.
Adam Schantz, who has Leen at
Schmidt's Hotel for several weeks,
left Sunday afternoon on his return
to Dayton, Ohio. Mr. Schantz thinks
no place quite like Daytona. He
expects to be back here again the
tirst of February, accompanied by
his family.
Ernest Kreitzburg and three sons
came down from Echo, L. I., Wed-
nesday, via Clyde Line to DeLand
Landing and across country to D ay-
tona in a new Lambert auto. Mrs.
Kreitzberg, two daughters, and
grandchild pr-ceeded them by rail
about a week.

Plenty of winter accommodations
in beautiful Seabreeze. Handsome
home on pretty grounds, ranging
in rentals from $150 to $800. See
me about them. Chas. F. Burgman,
Wilmans Opera House, Seabretze.
H. H. Hoene aod family arrived
last week ad are establiaed for the
season in their beautiful home North
Ridgewood Avenue. Mr. Hoene
has a summer place at Point Chau-
tauqug, N. Y., where they sp-nd
much of their time while north,
though Pittsburg, Pa., is the family
*Ferns and pot plants for sale at
Geo. Dittman's, S. Ridgewuod aye-
nue, first house south of South canal.

a Opera House, Seabreeze, Plenty of winter accommodations
tissue begins the season S. C. Warner, a prominent orange in beautiful Seabreeze. Handsome
apeant of The Magnolia, on grower from the vicinity of Palatka, homes on pretty grounds, ranging
midgewood avenue. This was the guest of Hon. Geo. H. Mun- in rentals from $130 to ,.;8( See
iJ located house continues roe over Sunday. While here he in- me about them. Chas. F. Burginan,
popular management of spected Mr. Munroe's fine grove Wilinans Opera Hlouse, Seabreeze
SMrs. Cleste Hinks, who and also visited with him the Ron-
Wber of years has been en- noc grove and W. S. Harts' grove at Miss Mary White, of Point Chau-
t hotel business in this New Smyrna. Mr. Warner is a tat qua, N. ., has rented the south
at Daytona Beach. member of the Florida Citrus Ex- half of the La Crosse Villa for the
at D change Band an old time friend of season. Miss White's sister will be
I Photograph Calendars Col M. Shaffner of this city. with her. The north half of Ia
lroe now ready at Leaesne's Crosse Villa has been rented by the
e. TFos SALE oR RENT-Six-room Misses Pritchard, also of Point

*Schraft's candies just in at
Young's Pharmacy.
Rev. Father M. J. Curley was in
Daytona from Monday until Tuesday
afternoon, with Rev. Father J. F.
0'Boyle, on his return to DeLand
after a two weeks' absence from that
L. L. Wallace, who was with the
Gazette-News last winter, returned
Saturday and resumed his position
in the job department. Mr. Wallace
was at Wiscasset, Maine, during the
"Collars 2 cents, all style of shirts
10 cents, with work left and called
for at Daytona Steam Laundry. tf
Mrs. L. 0. Balcom returned to
Daytona Friday afternoon of last
week after a very pleasant
summer at Boston and other points
East and is located again for the
winter at The Morgan.
Leon Despland, who for some
time has been supplying the local
market with fine, fall grown toma-
toes from his farm on West Mag-
nolia avenue, last week made two
shipments of several crates to New
York City.
'For real bargains call at
The Bee live.
T. G. Wagner, Southern Express
agent at this place, w-as called to
Savannah, Ga, Thursday afternoon
as a witness in a case of a suit for
damages against the Seaboard Rail-
way. He expected to return today
or tomorrow,
Mr. Property Owner-If you .de-
sire to sell just consult the Daily
News. It has a plan that is inex-
pensive and brings good results. If
you can't call, drop a postal and a
representative of the Daily News
will tind you.
'New line of ladies' coat sweaters
just received.
Allan's Popular Dry Goods Store.
A. B.- Clark and family arrived
last Saturday from Annisquan, Mass.
Mr. Clark, who was located on the
east side of the river last winter,
held a position in the Southern Ex-
press Office and will be in that office
again this winter.
rDaytona as it was ten years ago,
illustrated by C. F. Burgman, at
the Crystal Theater tonight.
Mrs. E. 11. Glenn, having rented
her property, The Glenn, on North
[eacth Street for the season, will
visit for a time with her daughter,
Yrs. Sam Shoemaker, and family at
DeLand and then resume her position
with the Davis 0. K. Baking Pow-
d.'r ('o.

+Something new, violet glycerine
soap, for use in hard water, at the
Church drug store.
Miss E. I. Blackwood. of Atlantic
City, has leased ihe Glenn on North
Beach Street for the season and is
now in possession. Mrs. Blackwood
is experienced in hotel management,
conducting a hotel at Atlantic City,
and will make The Glenn a popular
house this winter
'Has anyone seen the Pensive
Capt. and Mrs. S. T. Caswell and
their son GF. Caswell and wile, of
Naragansett Pier, R. I., are again in
Daytona. The were p ssengers
aboard the steamship Chatham of
the Merchaqt & Miners Iine and
reached here Tuesday night, driving
over by way of DeLand in their
tA few more pieces of furniture,
bed room sets, for sale cheap. Ap-
ply 2-9 Bay Street.

tLet us urge you to buy your
Xmas presents early this year. We
will lay them away for you. You
gain by doing that. All goods en-
graved free.
Geo. H. Clark, Jeweler.
Vet Cave's tobacco plantation at
the factory is now in full bloom.
Thos. B. Stout, of Trenton, N. J.,
i arrived Thursday and is again with
i The Globe for the winter.

Aa Paine joined hiMw aaily hsid
this week.
H. Birker, of Oak Hill, was a
business visitor here yesterday.
Miss Grace Edwards of New Yolrk
has rented me of Mrs Holmes fia
on Third avenue.
E. T. pitcher has moved his cigar
factory fram the Fulgham building 4
to the Rush building at the north i

Miss T. A. Russell opened the itr. tb mrs. P oaw h atv tler wot
Ladies Furnishing Store, Monday of Plittsburg, Pa, who have been with
this week fhinor the se, ason. Miss Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Spring since
Sarah Lund is assisting Miss u- their arrival, awaiting the comple-
sell again this winter. tion of their new residence on Ivy
Lane, moved into it this week.
The Misses Mary Stones and An entertainment will be given
Lucille Patton, instructors in the at the Holly Hill school house next
public school at -New Smyrna, were the Holl Hil school house next
public school at New Smyrna, were Wednesday evening with a program
in the city from Friday afternoon ofof recitations, so ngs, etc., following
last week until Sunday. of recitations, songs, etc., following
last week until Sunday. which refreshments, in the shape of
Miss Emma Parkins, Mrs. Joseph coffee and orange short cake, will be
Osborne's sister, went to Palatka, served.
Friday afternoon of last week for a J. H. Abraham, who acted as
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Charls rterathe Morgan last season
Kupperbuseh of that city. under the management of H. H.
J. W. Booth has a line diamond Manwiller, returned to Daytona with
back rattlesnake, captured alive re Mr. Manwiller's party last Thurs-
lI ,tl I O.n. ,iJA I Wji',;. n .h... Db, l ... dav and will fill the position nf orf -

tona Beach. The snake is over six
feet in length and has thirteen
Schmidt's Hotel is receiving a
fresh coat of paint in pleasing com-
binations. The house has been,
thoroughly renovated throughout
and is as bright and cleau as a new
silver dollar.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. R. M. lond,
a nine-pound boy, at St. Augustiae,
Monday morning. Mrs. Bond's sis-
ter, Miss Helen Foote, was with her
at St. Augustine awaiting the arrival
of the stI rk.
Harvey Bracey returned last
Saturday from Brooklyn. N. Y,
where he has been during the sum-
mer and is at home with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Bracey on South
Beach Street. Clarence Brucev is
still north and may possibly remain
through the winter. Hie has.been
on the Vanderbilt yacht during the
summer, with his uncle who is chitf[

Plenty of winter accommodations
in beautiful Seabreeze. Ilandsome
homes on pretty grounds, ranging
in rentals from $ 15.0 to .S, 8. ee
me about them. Chas. -. Burghann,
Wilmans Opera House, Seabreeze.

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wyman xwere
the guests of the former's sister,
Mre. C. LI. Pellecier, anil family, on
West Volusia avenue, Wednesday
and Thurday afternoon. Mr. and(
Mrs. Wyman are a bridal couple
enroute to their home in Tamna
from Jacksonville, where they were

ter at The Morgan for Mrs. B. P.
The news from St. Augustine, of
the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs.
RI. M. Bond, was responsible, no
doubt, for the unusually smiling
countenance of G. IL Foote, "Grand-
pa Foote," now, while he was pass-
ing around the cigars Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. D. Martling arrived
last Saturday afternoon from Con-
gers. N. Y., accompanied by their
son, A. L. Martling, and Miss Mabel
T nan. Mr. Martling, Senior, a
just convelescing from a protracted
illness. They are at home on Ridge.
wood, just south of Volusia avenue,
The Tyler-Phelps Gift Shop op-
ened again this week in the same
store room occupied last winter.
Mesdames Tyler and Phelps were
greatly pleased with the popularity
attained by the Gift Shop last sea-
son and encouraged to continue the
business here again this winter.
It. A. Bliven returned from Sa-
vannah, Ga., Saturday and left again
for that city, Monday, to be with his
wife, who is in a hospital there

and may have to undergo an opera
tion. Word received by Mr. Bilven
previous to his departure, stated
that Mrs. Bliven's condition was no
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Merwin
and soi arrived Friday afternoon of
last week from Wallkill, N. Y., and .I
are located for the winter in naa of
the J. G. Brown eottaghe on South
Ridgewood aveilus. They were ac-
c ,,mp~g l A F Uin A r Hl Iha &

Plumbing and HeatiM S-"e.M

Brass and Oalv. Pipe ad_-.

Fairbanks & Morse Egines & Pj

Niagara Hydralic as.

Ireland Pipe Wrenches.

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Binney are lo-
cated in the Ellenwood rocming Dr. P. R. Bennett arrived from
house on Volusia Avenue. Urbana, Ohio, Tuesday afternoon j
He will be here for about three
Mr. and Mrs. W. Rendsburg, of i weeks.
Ardsley, New York, are guests of I array C. Thompson received this
Schmidt's Hotel for the season. Har ry c Thompson received this 4
week a 4-cylinder, 24-horsepower
Miss Aline Canova came from Lamb marine engine for his cruis-
Palatka Thursday afternoon for a ing yacht', Lucile.
visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Jones, Bohannon last week had
on Volusia avenue. Dr. C. C. Bohannon last week had
a neat, gold-lettered sign placed over
TComplete stock of all wool blan- the entrance to the Bohannan Hos-
kets and comfoitsat Allan's Popular pital on First avenue.
Dry Goods Store. (
Mrs C. R. Simnnds, who has been
A. H. Lane arrived last Saturday: visiting in Holly Hill and this city,
afternoon and joined his brother.I returned to her home in Jackson-
Edgar, at The Bennett, of which! ville Thursday afternoon.
they are the proprietors. V. M. Green, who conducted the
E J. Mills has just erected an at- bowling alley last winter, returned
tractive gilt sign. The sign is from i to the city Thursday night from his
the shop of W. H. Wright and the home at Columbus, Ohio.
lettering is quite unique. The Needlecraft Shop, Mrs. O. E.
After another interval, necessary Pratt, proprietor, opened this week
to renew the supply of material, the in the McFadden building, corner
shelling of South Beach street was Beach street and Ivy Lane.
resumed yesterday morning.
resumed yesterday morning. Mr. and Mrs. L Schofield, friends
$25 reward for the delivery of of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Binney, from
the Pensive Pup on or before Thanks- Berry, Vt., are located with them at
giving, the Ellenwood rooming house.
-%Paper-hanging and Decorating. Mrs. Louis Adler joined Mr. Adler
New York experience. Estimates at their home on Magnolia avenue
cheerfully furnished. C. AlcAr- Thursday night. Mrs. Adler was
thur, McDonald's, Cottage avenue, delayed by a wreck on the way
W. W. Douglas has accepted a South.
position with 0. S. Burnett as out- Dr. M. Estelle Mooney, who ac-
side man for the latter's tailoring companies her aunt, Mrs. W. W.
establishment on Magnolia avenue.. Wilder, fram Cincinnati, left last
C. S. Branch, of Minneapolis, saturday on her return to her home
Minn., is in the city will spend the in that city.
winter with his son, W. C. Branch, F. D. Spring and G. H. Bliven
and wife, at The Willmer on South were among the number summoned
Palmetto Avenue. to DeLand this week on the special
Col. J. R. Miller, of Eustis, was a venire but were excused because
pleasant caller at this police yester- over the age limit of 65 years.
day. Col. Miller is a memrier of Mrs. T. J. Snead, who has been
Florida legislature and a pleasant, visiting for two weeks or more with
affable gentleman. her son Dr. Walter S. Snead in this
Ladies', men's an.l children's city, departed Fridpy afternoon of
shoes, lowest prices and best quality last week for her home at Cincinnati,
insuring comfort and wear, Allan's Ohio.
Popular Dry Goods Store. II H. Manwiller and party, in-
Fred G. Mindrup arrived Satur- eluding several guests and a first
dav afternoon from Nakonis, Ill, installment of the help for The
and has resumed his position in the Austin arrid v as se led last
repairing department of t. 11. Thursday and took possession of
repairing department of Ge. 11. ostelry for the sean.
Clark's jewelry store.ostery for te eaon

Phone 96.

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Physician and Surgeon
Special attention to disemes of the
Eye, Ear, Throat and Noes. Offiee
and residence. Magnolia avenue, 3rd
door west of P. 0., telephone 82.
Omfie hoars 9 a. M. to9 is. -

Physician and Surgeon
Associated with !.O, Oo.oey, M. D.
special attentionI give to diaeess of
the Eye, Eye, Node and Throat. Offmee
hours toS a. mn., I to 4 and 7 to p. m.
Homeopathic Physician
No. 453 North Beach Street.
Office Hours, 12:30 to 2:30 and 6:00
to 7:30.
Telephone No. 122.

Physician and Surgeon.
Office and residence: 123 So. Ridge-
wood Avenue, opp Ridgewood Ho-
teL Phone 175. Office hours: 9 to
11 a. m., 2to 4 and 6:30 to 8 p.m.

Architect Builder and
Residence and office, northeast cor-
ner Ridgewood and Volusia ave.
Phone 89. Daytona, Fla.

Dr. Bohannon's
First Aveaae. Baysm. Fla.
Twenty-six large, airy rooms, newly
furnished and fitted throughout with all
hospital conveniences. Thoroughly
t'quipped operating room on second
floor. For terms address

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

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For Salel

If you are coming South this winter, here
is your opportunity to buy one of
Mr. T. A. Saider's Beautiful


California Bungalows

Up=to=date in Every Particular.
In the Best Locality.

Electric Lighted; Furnace Heated.

Conrad Block, DAYTONA
Carv D. Lmma s
Attorneys at L
Practicing t an State m
Coerta. l&vt or crimiaibum
en cref mausn p
for a" teqstle m fd tael

Volusia Count AbAract .I
and Title TnMvm Corn
Abstract tanthed andli U
ed. MaMP, fatu ad Blue P
pUed. Bert Ft.Prim; OareI
.eey and Tr Oppoe
Bank. eladeL ad .

D. D. & C. AM. RO

Civil Engineer

Daytona Office Establish

Daytona Private
pital and Sanita
Every facility forth proper
and are of medical and w
Electrical app1-wee- tomnM
quiet anuo nga pesal
given to a patats. Term
cation. No 438. Bea4 tL..]
Physician In Chamg.

, FLA.
Bert Flab

1 Federal

vBt meat
daet imp-



ed 1875

cas es: s
on appll-

11 Orange Avenue.

Fitzgerald & Oates
Attorneys at Law
Special Atdtioa to E amni~a and
Perfecting land Tiles.

C.C. M IL L I.

SOffice in Atwood block, up stairs.
Daytona, Florida.

Dealer in Pianos,
Player Pianos,
Plans to Rent.
Concert Tuner.

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BRA Bi4 E KO ,-NA-IOT. 1Ia-4s Sunday
afternoon at Wihasns Opera House,
Rev. Lewls I inineer, field secretary
of the Baptist State Conference of
Florida, organized a .mimon Sunday
School, uader the auspices of the First
Baptist Church of Daytona. Twenty-
seven members were enrolled, and the
-.:&following officers were elected: Superin-
"Imet, Ht. L. Wilson; Assistant Super-
intendent, Miss Boyd; Secretary and
Treasurer, Peter Rivenburg. Three
teachers were named, others to be se-
lected as required-C. C. Gillett, Bible
Clam; Miss Sina Odum, Intermediate
Class; Mrs. J. B. Abercrmbie, Primary
Class. Miss Franz Sparber was elected
wrganist, with Violet Middleton as as-
sistant organist. The Sunday School
will meet the first Sunday in December
at 2:30, at Wilmans opera house, ser-
vices at 3:30. Rev. Abercrombie and
Mr. Brokaw came over with the field
secretary, to assist in the organization
of the Sunday School.
Crowds of people from both sides of
the river were viewing the ruins of the
Colonnades all day Sunday and the
boulevard was gay with equipages and
Richard Middleton went to work
Tuesday morning, although he still
wears his head baudaged
The furniture saved from Friday
night's fire has been stowed in the
Cannan house on Pinewood avenue.
Most of it was second hand,. being res-
cued from the helps' quarters.
H. Drew, of the H. & W. B. Drew
Company, Jaeksonville, accompanied
by his wife and son, Nodeon, have been
at the Princess Issena the past week.
J. B. Abercrombie was at Holly Hill
the latter part of the week, assisting
Jim Ballough pack oranges at the C. A.
Ballough orange grove.
Thomas Oyama has had ci ment side-
walk laid in front of his lot on Ocean
boulevard. This leaves only two lots
without cement walk, on the north side
of the boulevard, from the east end of
the Princess Issena property to the
Henry Haynes, of Evansville, Ind.,
arrived Sunday to enter upon his duties
as clerk at the Princess Issena.
Mr. and Mrs. Bianchi and S. E. Gil-
more and wife drove to New Smyrna in
the Gilmore motor car- Sunday after-
J. W. Erregger and wife are expected
to be here by December 1. It will be
good news to Mr. Erregs, r's many
friends to learn that he is inrproving in
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lais worth ar-|
rived from Boston on Moniday night,
and will spend the winter in their hand-
some home on the boulevard.
Mrs. Baldwin is having her cottage on
Valley street improved by tti; addition
of a back porch and kitchen. A rem,.ent
front walk was laid last week.
Mrs. Weston arrived from a surnmner
spent in Ontario, Ohio, and will spend
the winter in her home on Valley street
R. E. Olds, after spending two da3 s
with his mother last week, I..ft on lhis
return to New York
Mr. and Mrs. Frank l wing. of
Palatka, will spend Thank-gving with
Mrs. Browning's mother, Air-.. J. Allen
and family, on Valley street
Miss Lester and friend, V as Avery,
arrived Sunday night from Rochester,
N. Y., and are domiciled for the winter
- .1one of the suites in the lilel.mmin
artment house.,,
'- Miss Mary Evemrnden gave a, very de-
l' -ghtful porch party on Satrdlay aftecr-
Snoon from 200 to 5:00. Dainty re-
freshments were served. T he young
._jdies met for the purpose of exehang-
"'"Ui~ Christmas gift ideas.
A good deal of complaint has reached
rter concerning telephone wires
S~left haggling across the stin ets, which
would endanger the life of the passerby
should they cross an electric wire and
become charged. A stranger while
walking down Ocean boulevard Monday
afternoon reported that he l.ad received

House is heW.
electric(' listed

scuth of Central Bridge;

(Cardens in all

the year round.


ad Daytona Beach.

Ml IL A. BERNARD, Editor.
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IIouse with 10) foot front otn lHalifax River, opposite D)aytna, .',l> yat.rls-
six hundred and seventy feet in depth, to Peliinsdla. D'iv'.

a shock from a loose wire.
Mesras. Gray and Johnson, Jr., ar-
rived Tuesday afternoon from Union-
town, Pa. Mr. Johnson, Sr is expected
just as soon as he can arrange his busi-
nes so he can leave home.
Mrs. A. Middleton wishes to thank the
many friends who rendered services to
Richard Middleton last Friday night.

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DAYTONA BEACH, Nov. 17-Mr. ,
and Mrs. Jas. Keenan arrive d from
Rockaway Beach, N. Y., Saturday
night, and will spend the winter at their
home on Valley street. Their daughter.
Mrs. Sherwood, and son. Wheeli r. will
be with them later in the season.
Geo. B. Reed, brother of W. B. l'ued,
and wife, arrived from Chicago Satur-
day night and expect to spend the
winter here. They were accompanied
by Messrs. Reed's sisters. Mesdames
Bolles and Hull, of Has-ings, Minn.
The party are pleasantly domiciled at
the home of W. B. Reed on the Ialifax.
W. B. Reed and wife will have their
-Thanksgiving dinner with friends in
Illinois, on their way to the Sunny
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Freen man came
from Ormond Sunday and spent the-
day with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 11. Wil.on arrived
from Binghamton, XN. ., U hire they
have a summer home, and are comfort-
ably located in their winter home on
Seabreeze avenue.
Palmetto avenue is the banner street
for volunteer sidewalk laying. Ci.mentt
sidewalks have or will shortly le laid
in front of the following propertif ':
Cherry, Coster, Gage, Mortimer andi
Rogers, a total of 100 feeL
Mrs. M. C. Brooks entertained : iht as-
ant party of lady friends at her hlimn
on Palmetto avenue Monday tv uing.
The following composed the pa t. : Mc.--
dames Randall and daughter, Vaudtt-
Vord, Thomp.-on. \Wilkinson, 'arker
and Mallery. Light refreshments were
served and a social evening enjo3 ed.
Saturday evening the charming home
of Senator Cherry was invaded by a
band of merry makers who came to sur-
prise Miss Florence Knight. Refresh-
ments were served and a delightful
time was had by the young people, who
voted Mrs. Mallery and Florence genial
Mr. Newman arrived from Birming-
ham, Ala., the latter part of last week.
Mr. Jackson is in Altoona this wt\ck
looking after the shipment of oranges
from his grove.
Ray Selden received a letter from
Mak Fowler it which he stated that he
would spend the winter here again. Mr.
Fowler, Max's father, who is editor unatid
proprietor of the Frankfort, (Ind.) l)aily
Morning Times, was here last winter fer
his health, and his family were with
Mr. l)rcsden and part of his famiily ar-

Dr John Garfield and wife arrived
last Wednesday from Boston and are
comfortably located for the winter in
their home on Home street.

I Legal Notices
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S The I'utckeyty Water Lift is an autotinati: pump which utilizes the pres-
) sure of the itiy wat-er as a motive power to pump soft or rain water from a
c risteru for dotnitWi use, or to force fitv water to a higher elevation than it
would tlow by its ou n pressure I
Fa'ts regarding the construction of t'.,, Buckeye Water Lift.
S 1 They are made of thel i'st ,liality Il bronze. 2 The workmanship
is of the highest vrade. 3 The c (nlinler- are separate and have no con-
p nection by which the hard and soft watcr can mix. 4 The plungers are
8 cushioned to prevent water inartitring. 5 There is only one set of stuf-
f ling boxcs, wUich can ithe tn- i ily repacke(i and tightened from the outside.
, 6 Strainers are pruviiided on ioth the ,-ut tion and city water inlet. 7 The .
1 valves can he removed without takit:n ti;- l.ift apart. or disconnecting any
pipe, simply by rtoving thie c .-e -a Thi' motor valve mechanism is per-
) fiction it. lf, and is the most positive acting and simple device ever u ed. _
I It is operated entirely by u\ater pressure wi!houit the use of any trips, levers
or inside coninectitns of anyv kind. 9 In the entire Lift there is no sliding
contact of metals to cut and tear. so that no oiinxg is required. 10 Spec-
ial attention Ls called to to the fact that ;mny vot king part is accessible from
( the outside of Lift. with',,it ihttrferinr wvrit otliers, making it very easy to
# repair. 11 The pump has a stok I other Lift on the m.irket. I- \:lv' i tiia il at eachi end by center sup- *
I ports, which prevent leathers fri i cutti; g ,ut -n one side. t

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Gilt 04
& .& .. ~ .*MON&*

tFirst pub. Nov 6; last pub. lec. i
Notice to Creditors and Others
In County Judge's OWurt.
Volusia County, Florida.
Estate of Bertha McFadden.
Notice is hereby given to all creditors
egnatees, distributees and all persons hat
!ng claims or demands against the estate o
Itertha McFadden, dec ;asd, late of ih.
County of Voluslift State of Florida, thal
ihey :re. -ind each of th.un Is, callt-d upoi
to present their claimnsi to the undersignat
within two years from date: otherwise tlhe
will II' bitrred, R. T. MCFAADDEN,"
Administrator of the Estatte of Berth!
Novemnlwr 9, I159.
Executor's Notice.
I n Cou nty Judge's Court.
Volu.in County, Flerldta.
In thi- mulatter of the Estate of
Wailter Van Dorn. Deceased.
Notice is hereby given to all creditors
legat-;-s, distributes and all persons having
ailims or dfm'1an;llls against the- s,.t.tet o
Walter Vain lorn, deceased, la&t.- of th.
County of Volusta, State of Florida. tha
Shey are andeachof them Is. ealh-d uupoi
to present their lianls to their unld.-r-igniet
within two years from date: otherwise the3
will be barred.
1I-zRVy VAN DORNtx. Fx'cIu r.
This Nov 2) i..
IALIFAX LODGE, No. 81, F. & A. M--
Meets lbt and ;rd Thursdays.
Meets i2d Thursday.
Meets 4th Thursday.
LIVE OAK CHAPTER, No. 1, 0. E. S.-
Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays.
\11 meet in Masonic Hall. Orange avenue

Mattress Maker
Mattresses Remad'it;l with ('are. Roat
cushionss ta.dee to order.
Shop on N. Beach t. ne::r Holbert's
Bl::acksmiith hol. .

to M. H. Zuber, Daytona, will
bring you a strand of yellow
pine stove w-od for $2.25,
or oak at $2.50. 16 3m

Large stock of





Just Arrived.




A Homelike Hores "wit bi
rooms. $1-5c per day. pI
North Beoch st., Daytoma.

rived from Peekskill, N. Y., Sunday.
Mrs. Dresden and the remainder of the j
children will follow soon. They have a'
home on Ocean avenue.
E. S. Young and wife, of New York
City, have taken rooms in the Oyama
Geo P. John 3n had a bad accident'
one day last w. ;k while attempting to
carry a whs el on his bicycle. Hie ll
in such a way as to strain the ligaments
of his thumb, and render that member
pra ctically useless for.business purposes.
Misses Technor. regular winter resi-
dents. arrived a few layss since, and are
occupying the Shernian cottage, south
of Surf Crest.
Mr. and Mrs. Fix and children, xwho
have spent several winters here. arrived
from Boswell, Ind., Friday iight, and
have taken one of the Ilubbell cottages
onI !ranidvi'e :ivtuie.
Mrs. P'ark.r is sending a fe-w days
with Mrs (h',. PI. Johnson until her hus-
i:uad arrives arnd they take permanent
quarters for the' winter.


Mr. and Mrs. Wm Wakefield and First pub.OcLU.; last pub. Dec. 11.
daughter. Miss Mabel, arrived from Notice to Creditors.
Dunlap, 111 last Friday night and are NotIte is hereby given that the und-r-
at home for the winter on Peninsula sign1 have beenappointed by the County
.Ju4. of Vonusia UoUnty, Florida, execu-
drive. tors of the estate ot Idward White. late
f .... dece.ta-d, of said county, and have duly
A party of seven or eight l ft town qual.ted as such executors.
this morning on a hunting trip. D. F. All creditors, legatees, distributes, and
n .all persons having claims 6r dentands
Fu, uay and wife, A. C Fuquay wife, against said estate, are hereby notillrd to
Week- d el s I present the same, duly authenticated, to
Mr-. \ eeks a several thers composed th undersigned within the time prescribed
the rarty They chartered the boat by law. or the same wll be forever barred.
Hluter. Mr.-Britt's hoat. for the trip. rABOLD E. WHIIE.!
C w. ]. Executors,
Cement w' ik ,*. the Horn-Budgen f !1 Park avenue, Plainfield, New Jersey.
l.sine.SS blo< k is finished, and the doors O ctol ad1 I3, 1 R0o.
and windows are being placed. Attorneys.
Mrs. Brooks gave a recital Saturday First pub. oct. 2. 9.
afternoon, after which Clark G. Smith Administrators Notice.
photographed the class, and the party In county Judge's Courrt, I
adijourned to Williamson's and enjoyed Volusta county Florida, I
In the matterof the estate of Ella.- M.
ice cream and cake. Vining, de-eased.
SNotice is hereby given to all creditors,
... --- legatees, and all persons having any de-
Stires and inner tubes hands against the estate of Elias M. Vin-
TAlltomblle tires and nnner tubes ing.doecensed,to present the same to the
vi learized at Oliver's garage undersigned within the time prescriN d by
S1< "ller ga e !aw,or-the same will be barred.
~Datt --Ormond, Fla., Oct. Ist. 1909.
... .. -* w (First pub. Oct. :1; last pub* Dec. 18~
w ater Lift Executors Notice.
W ater Lift. In county Judge' *Court.,
Volu.sia county, Florida.
y In the m-atter of the estate of IhDlia A.
Kitcht-ll, deceased.
SNotice is hereby given to all credlitors,
:egatees, tand all persons having an. d.,-
.uands against the estate of Della A. kz- h-
,II. decesed, to present the same to the
midller4lgned within the time prescribed lby
ilaw, or the sam- will be arnr .AR

Notice N hereby given that onIthe nit
d uarilian of Annaiwl and Hearst Me-
lel*an will apply to the Honorable J. Le
I fetrory. t ounty Judge of Volusin County,
F lorita, for an order to sell an undi ..: .1
iwo-thirts Interest In the followln t 14.

described as follows, to-wit:
r BgH. T. Mc LELLN, Guardin n
rhis Oct.:2P, HA. U

| A. D. fB21E J. B. .,AD F.OLRAS
President VICe-Pres. Cadder

;{A. t CIT O \ otL -IA CorTYr BANK)
Capital St.-Lk............................................ 4 50,000
Surplus and Proits ............................ ..... 55,165
Four per cent interest paid on Savings accounts and Time Cer-
Stificates of Deposit. No notice required for withdrawals.

Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.
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Connoetons made at Kni5hts Kvy with 1-. & 0. S. S_ Co.0- or Key West assd U6,000.~s
W~hin TIMETABLS %how the (tit-es a which trins may be expectat so amy. mead d sgb oft
severni stisdocat but their arriviht or ulcpArture at the timsess sftaed isn ot guarsinged nor ismdabC~
to be held responuible for any delay or any consequence ariift gtherefroms. itS
J. D. RAUNER. General Pasisenger Atent ST. AUGMISTJCL FLORIt


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