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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: April 16, 1904
Publication Date: 1901-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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>Q Daytona, Florida, Saturday, April 16, 1904. Y1cWt* Price 5 Cents

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YiKS SEEN AND HEARD. George W. Kingston has sold a lot NtaN/1NN.......................................v.. 0I4&14..t ttaus- Suspe.d.d. BOaBHERTT IS THE FifMITL F tt

at Kingston to W. H. Poston.
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:f;* /ka tctsrwtia/ Buffet About Peopb Mr. Johnson is building an addition RanngBmrd of the American Au- >
What TU Florida SM Says .f tlMPepdan iSpnUq
of twelve to his home in tomobile
tcl Events of Mora or Less moms Association was held last 'I
!- Goodall. Tuesday at tile room of the Automobile >t JartfOtn' '. .
toUrest To Our R*.4er*. / !'
4 lion 0. It. Smith was \uitor to /d/ Club of America Members o..p.rty I
Seaxide Inn is well died
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,fc yet, DeLand, PalatU nud JacLsnuville present included: A. R. Pardington, ,Claud L'Engle'i paper, The Florida i
.../ ;and -will remain open for aomo tim this week. chairman; Win. 'K. Vanderbilt, Jrn Sun, in ita story of the recent

ri A sort was born to Mr. and urea S. M. Butler, Harlau W. Whipple, speaking by the Congreaalonal Candidate
D. W. Haus and J. N. p
J.U JLJjarts, of Second\ avenue, Sunday William Walla, cf IUU, and Jv.I. iu Jacksonville, among other .
visitorn to KisMmiwe
Tuewlay I. Riker ami L T.: lt.nls.ill. (.f tlie things nays:
and Wednesday. .
[ T Dr Van V.!ZAU leveling his lot, Adviat)ry Comuiltee "It was an anti-Iiatrs meetbf, 61
Dr. Bcekman has doke! l Kin Ixat, The iVtird took Charles and Frank I
; at Ooodall, and will build before Iwicing important Dougherty Clark xI

IIall, Crystal Wave, for the summer at ( r4 atti. n, "u+(ponding Rirney OKIfi.-M, dividing the honors between them ;

> McDonald's boot'R I'll. i river! IIf WiuMtt Bullet II., and) K.C I -Mr. \V Uou and Mr. Alexander i
iln. T. H. heating and children I l
The Congregational Church A t'o. Hausnum driver uf Ford IHKI iailffinitelv t1\lIl1ut U placed at all. They are t J f :
will spend the summer at HendcrDr iI
4' N. C. ciatron will meet in IVavtnnn the I for hsniieting( at UIIH.UIC- among the 'also ran.' Very nice "

latter part of this month. tinned mf't't SavaniUh. February, jnung men both but the audience

Dr, Potter has a gang of men at i *\ and lit UirruiQ Lam, Manh 8.OMfield didn't wvin in take them aerioofily.I .
.m Judge McCrury i ui-d i n marriage iv"As
work.re-shingling the side porch of I to the audience it
will t made was large
lii 'DBO Tuesday to Eliz.\tf'lh! lUzit-r )( to sutferas ;

4 t the' Clarendon, Inn. and Gordon Harris, of Nev Smyrna. \ : a "horrible e1J\lUplt"| ;" his citso wa I!lone-a representative one-and an

:. ;.II. A. Harriaou ia moving his \ IA __ conideriNl HO flagrant that the interested one. Mewed from the
Ben Holdcri, n colored youth, 1
boost, at Oondall, and will build! a Hard redid( Ii.-mlly ev.njVHnme: r.idicnl pres tJJJeit showed a fair sprinkling

large addition on the front of it. arrrsteil last SLilunby for aiw.uihiiig \ action. Hitherto the A. A. .\. of women, a goodly proportionof
I Bernard Keller. Sheriff Tin ncr took.
E. l.. Howard, owner of the While him to 1) and Monday. has beener) lenient while dealing workingiuen, a large percentage t
with a growing and while of business and professional men,
Bouse, at Goodall, will add several sport
r rooms to his house during the sum The Uncle Sam ran over a porpoise there were in the field two bodies and a few scattering politicians of

last Friday, near the Toinoka tfO\ORA8LI: J. LEE McCRORY, created for race control. Now, with the professional type, all of whom 1
mer. and rolled it over several times I before County Judge of Volusla, and a CaadUate for Rc-'tkctioo. but one body in sight, the field is wore an air of wanting to know all

;; E&ra Bonum, colored, was ar- it succeeded in getting out of clear for action, and control is to be about the men who want to represent 1

f rued Saturday and fined $25 for i the way. Judge McCrory was born on a Georgia plantation in 1818. spelled with a capital C, providing the people in Congress. <

using obscene language on the What education ho 11.19"n8 received at school. "Charlen forth
!r I Mrs H. J. Netherwood left a common country Tuesday' action is a criterion. The Dougherty brought

k streets.C Wedneuday morning for her homeat Read law in the office of Hawkins, Guerry A.: Hollis, at American, otJi<'iall'flllrt of the Bonnl' action the only real enthusiasm displayed + _

t. / E. Johnston left Monday for Mount Morris, N. Y., after an extended Ga., and was admitted to the bar at the age of :.' years. WM appointed is as follow: at the meeting when he answeredMr.

l[ 'Ifenderaotmlle, N, C., to published visit with herbrother, Rill County Solicitor of the County Criminal Court, of Macon Reniiliition adopted by the Racing Watson's inquiry aa to whether t t

'= i a livery bnsiaeaa which he will coma iam II'icking county; Ga., by Governor John 11. Gorden, lately deceased, which Board of the American AuttMnobileAssociation or not he had voted for Bryan in j

diet this summer, position he resigned on account of ill health in 1888, when he f 18!)t; and WOO After stating that '
April 1904) :
/ W. S. Kenney, mho bas been man- moved to Florida.In he was out of the State at both of i
.1 J R. Cole and Andrew Hull Resolved That inasmuch Barney
ageing The Inn, at Ormond as
very his Georgia home he was an intimate friend of the latti these election, but wrote to find out
iy oa a fishing trip to Middle Haw sun-ewtfully the past season, will i Charles F. Crisp M. ('., DuPont Guerry, President Weslyan Old fit-Id and l':. C. Hausmau if his rote was needed! he said:
; creek Lu.t week and (()) have their action in
4. caught have charge of The Continental at by mmlctiug] -
lege, Macon, Ga., and W. H. Fish, one of the Georgia 1'1 'I voted for the Bland bill for
:t black bias, trout and |>Prch.fAn Atlantic lleach, thin siunmer. :. Court Judges. in un ancti<>ned events at Suvunnah, the free coinage of silver before W. a r)

Ga., February L'u, HUM, and at
automobile arrived Monday for It dot's not seem to he generally : Ho was n'rrrru.ctl of stealing but once in his life to which : J. Bryan was erer heard of in pole t;

;, f 0. G. Bnrgoynit. It ia a 14-horse- known that The A(wood Pharmacysells : crime he plead guilty, and las been paying the penalty for thelost : Birmingham, Ala., March 8, 1D.M, ties'

power Pope Toledo, and is capableof Southern Ex press Company'smoney i thirty-one year He stole Janie, the eldest daughter of the disqualified themselves! under RuleC "Mr. WaUon the labor candidate,
of the racing rules of the American
a speed of fifty miles an hour. order, and cashes the money : late Rev. W. C. P. Cleghoni, ran away with and married 1 her in the j' Automobile Awuciation, that the made a good speech, and his point

' It is said that when the new rood ono of all important a mllauies.Dr. .. cemetery, nt Kllaville, Schley county, Georgia.i wvretary l lit' instructed to advise per about the professional politicians

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C. C. I"hannonfa"
DeLand over to motors of all future raetf meetings
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John B. Stetson will put on a Orlando this werk here he very sought to be sanctioned by the Rao- was cleverly put is a beginner
line of autorunbiim between the Unknown Man Dead. f Another County Ticket. at the gentle art of vote hunting,
creditable p pa Mxl the examination ing Board, under the rules of this I
citiea.H. before the :State llsinl of MHlienlKxatninerH 1 .\* the bridge gang were returning : At a meeting heM at IVI.eon asMoriation, that Messrs. Rirney (ldfeLl hut would have done well if he had

from work Ust Friday they Springs Monday a county ticket was not vine back the second time and
C. Wilson has completed the fig this judicial district. and K. ( ll.insm.in are disqualified
beam grKUi: issuing front the agretnl upon by the element in tried to take a fall out of the Tall '
painting of Charles DLadd'* house, .1. I. candidate a* ah.datit; sanction to
Paltillo for
' bushes which line the track about county politic known as the "insur Cypress of the Halifax.' :
: at Seabreeze, greatly improving the of Public such promoters will not Iw granted ;
County Superintendent three mile below Port Orange The gents," or those opi>sed to the present "When he asked Dougherty if he
exterior and interior of that left unless such disqualification is eii i
prop I Instruction Port Monday
t Orange -
car was stopped at once, and upon administration.The voted for Bryan, and Dougherty an.
forced.Resohed t.
",. erty. for a trip around the county for investigation a man was found in a ticket as agreed upon| is as swered. the applause was w prolonged
C. Hammond i ili the purl(***' (.f mending his fence That said diMualiftca>
making arrangements dying condition.Dr. follows, no the Gazette-News learns that 11'ateon could not I* F

; to open up a soda) water The houselmat Gopher returnedlast ; DuBoi"M quickly summoned from a reliable source: For sheriff tine lie (continued until further(" heard any more until Doughertyasked !

, stand at the foot of the Peninsula !' Saturday from a very pleasant' but before he arrive! the Hessie Hire, of Goodall; for to- tion on the jart of this RaeinbHoard. the audience to keep quiet. i

liridge. He will also sell ice cream cruise down the river Tho party unfortunate man was ,l. ul. The lector Mitchell Jones of Spring !.- Automobile Top t'tJ. "Mr.{ Watson was sitting next to ;'

-. and fruit aboard confuted of Mr. and Mrn. man was well drenxil in dark Garden; for assessor-W. A. McBride Barrs during Dougherty's speech :r

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hill, of Minneapolis William II. lU-eil Mr. and Mrs. J. A. clothes anti HO about 0 feet 2 of Barberville; for superintendent /Bond Company Will Burn Brkk. which given rite to the suspicion '

have returned from Nassau Enuis, Melvin t:. Hl't'tl and Mrs. W. inches in height, hair and board of public instruct ion-.\. W. The E. W. Il.mdIIUIRII I | )', ofLike that harts put him up to it." t tUr.

where they spent the winter K.: Hull.T. nearly black, weight 180 pound Street, of Ormond; for judge of the Helen, luring; asflnciate l with

ami are occupying the Hubliall cot M. Street has resigned l his jxaitioa )- No marks on his clothing were criminal court -r. M. Bennett of tll'Ootht'r men of capital, willlargely Hotter May Build Sins Parlor.

\t at Goodall. an engineer of the electric found)' which he could IK i identifitxl. !. IVfand; for i-ounty commissionerfrom l increase their lot antll'l'slt A meeting of the citizens of Sea4breeze ,

In his jMnkets were found a. this district, B. N. Steven, of
t 13 Racing Board of the Ameri- light plant and (denarted Wetlnes- business. They are now enlarging was held Tuesday night at +
I Automobile Association lUll day, with hilt family for High Point, jack knife, and a small Ixittlo filledwith IJ"tonfor; member of the school their "art'hou. They I have bought WilmanH Opera House to obtain the

. granted a sanction for the 1005 meeton N. C., where he has! accepted a like matches and nails board from this di itt-J.. M. Os- :.t).(* .. acrvH of land in and near OH- concensus of the opinions of the vita '

tho Onnond-Daytona beach, commencing position Walter Sweeney 'in! Mr.Street' Countymiiniioiter Rodgers l>orn. Phil Ionardy, of ()twn, teen anti will i 'connect with a railroad I- arena whether Dr. Potter should Id w
tiered James TeiMer to bury the will Opp( II. D. Brooke for county
January 17. Bumwsor. I using the Florida F.ist C.ra..ttrack allowed to build a second story on
Lady ol the exix-n of the county eommisHioner, while l iwson Brown, nine milts east, where they his sun parlor, which in now built'
t Isaac Martin, of New York, was The Administration Committee of i of Spring Garden: is after Commissioner
branch off U) the K f married last week to Mrs. J. M. Stetson Uniursity have called a Two Bridges Chance Ownership.. I Bride's scalp. J. }fallBrumsey '
i ; are now on the ground. Thy have D. BeektuAn was called to the}
of PalAtka Mrs \is special meeting of the Board oTnlltt't'll endorM 1 for the
Meyer Meyer I-eg-
; The Peninsular Bridge and timeStuds was ciiinmoiuttl l to hrvak ground for a chair and \V. A. Baggett was fleeted
the mother .1 Clarence to lie held at K-Liiul>> next i'.lature.
( Meyer, a
popular Bridge lwi\o changed: 1 ownership }brick history Tit1) will manufacture aowlary. The following resolution a away
} visitor here last Thunnlay. Among other thiiigH, It is rtttirllesy that the
summer. that i U the interest to state!
eoimtnmlling a pressed l brick fnnn sand andlime. ) raid and passed upon by them ,
action will bo taken, looking
Rer W. A. Myree, pastor of the some in each has. B. Armstrong and ticket will poll a small vote, as the This is something new in the citizens' present: (

M. f:. Church, South, of this city, to tho election of a president. B. Armstrong, of New London great majority of voter of Volusia Soutk "That the Council be asked let +

baa been. at West Palm Boach the An arrangement has been made Conn., and L. O. Smith, of Philadelphia enmity art well satisfied with thepresfiU i Their machinery for the plant i iK grant the permit to Dr. E. L Potter

past few days assisting in conducting with the Putnam County Coinmiionera *- now own, the majority of the efficient officials, who are all I bought, and as they lean the faa'ili- now landing only on condition that

series of revival meetings for the uo of that ("Ouut)"'" stock. In.'the South Bridge they andidate for nvelection.ShouU ties for making time lumber nt'lt't"t. the grantee undertakes and contracts ;

A, p Roberts has been onlenxl prisoners to work on the DaytonaDeLind bought the interest of William Hu- nary for the building, there will tf) keep the boulevard in good condition

by the City Council to move his nuul. All tho Volusiacounty ger, George. H. Muniw( and Harvey Be n1ahd. tUf1 lx brick 'tna
blacksmith shop, which is partly on prisoner are now at work on Week Automobilisl and bicyclists haH county without straw aid witlttmtclay. sew, and to use diligent effort to keep t

the mtreet! prol>erty. Mr. Roberts the heavy fill through Tiger Bay.Tho A meeting of tho Si>uth Bridge recently keen put -to much trouble the approach to the sea at the eastern '

will buy and build on a lot near hill Oramling Bakery has! been stockholder was: held !lat Saturdayand and expense by malil'iout'pc.'J'N! end of said boulevard in good p Nia.hk ?

present location. gold to C. A, bobbins, of Miami. Mr. the following ofticers elected: who have scattered glass and tackson Frank W. Pope a Candidate.Rlltor condition" i -

and Mr*. Gramling have purchatod President-L. 0. Smith; ice-presi the roadways and streets of Daytona CiAb-tt..NVwn;
Now that the season has closed, I'nt-. I.. Badgers treasurer-B.) and her suburbs. The Mayor
the oven and outfit of the I>*seinan ; I want to serve the !).?tM >crat5vparty A. .k) Knight has
J. C. will devote his time a contract for
Pettepher anti has done all in his to #
L. prevent
manager pur
Armstrong; secretary!
and will about the National l'OIuIU Ut't'anan,
Bakery opt-u up at letting a lwuad for J. It Turner "
and energy to electric wiring, and -S. H. Goe.Mr. repetition of this, and lias tried toarprt'llt'nJ up : f
first of October. They \\iIIllt'l looted 1 and take the liberty of asking J-cast at Kingston.Mr. '
asks that all who need work of this the scoundrel, but with- } <
in the Weaver building north of the to make a brief im"iiti"ti of the f...t. '
kind done will give him a chance to Se" ofVuv and 1 Mr( ,1. I). Robertw departed out avail.! that I candidate for that 11
u am a I..i-
bid on it He carries a large stock Wwluemlay for their summer Dr. Van Valtah offers to give $:L'J i and Mr*. Leonard Gill have I .
of wire and and has /An agreement of sale Mwwii J. tion at time ensuing primary.I returned 1 to Coney eland for
lamp, experienced home Asheville, N. C.W towards a fund of not Irssthan $ 100 the .. :
men to do the work II. NiTer and Mary K. Wilder lus for the arrest and convict of any am a (D Vniurat, i&\u.lil1t hummer. They left Daytona Tues \,>
the squarely on the iVnwrratic platform -
the record in ,
Per, James Stanton, of Ormond, boen placed! on H. lV ston tommencwl work party or partif who arc guilty ofthis and t sincerely day. t "
Circuit I jtalge myself m( -
office of the Clerk of the .
called at the Gazette-News office Tuesdav on his house at Kingston. misdemeanor, which under the
the of the
The instrument to *u(( e jwrty.
Saturday and an interestingtalk Court at Deljind. laws of the State of Florida, are Wade H. Jones ha. withdrawn
gave mention will lie
ia for the transfer of the I'rol't\rt and who punishable by a heavy fine ail hop generous from the race for nomination Senator t
on Japan, and the cause which George I. Ik+aT }, greatly al'pl't't'ilt'tll't by. aM
led to thu prevent war Mr. Stanton known as the Niver corner on Beach have been occupying l.aumTbomptl.ln' ri+"lnnwnt.M : from Brevard and Dade counties ; "
The consideration i is namedat \ r truly <<
vialttdthe Far Fjut'wveral times street duringthe } yours M. Seabruoke Sams of Merritt'i
cfxjuina cottage
about fifty year ago, and is thoroughly 21.000. It is understood that J. H-\\'H rvtarii Tuesday FIMM W. Putt Island, has since announced
conversant with the lay of Mr*. Wilder will erect a I handsome season, left for Catskill, N. Y', and i iy t
\ht !aDd. residence on tho property.honio bat Saturday.ritltMrie4Aefl. 'from Iktrta+v. Jacksonville, Fla., April !J. Maid to have a large following,


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loon"" "LMgut\"and.' Rev. J. C. 3CReynold l ; in IVaytona, and"Jfolr Wedttwdafior inw.C Lr f the laoa -the ",111, __ the bDyi" a IWUHMI. I After the inspection wag over, the \t"rtpul..lic

r wilUpeak on the "th ifiea Chiwgo.' Mr. Palmer will At the cud of school he will anf TIe Cherokee will make indulge: in a social dance,

tion of. Temperance Workers"of the be quite busy this summer 1ot4.lug pt C. II. Si-cucer requests the nounce which side had the" larg sst on Wedwsday, April 27up Smith atrip as gutoid of the company. At 12 .1

State.' AU are invited to come.and after WorM* Fair l u.iu*- for ttaWabanh Gazette-New to announce that his geueral av srsge ia their woik. As cn\-k anti Bulow, leaving Conrad' oVlrk the dancers ilaparteJ: for ft

hear these gentlemen on. these topiw. Railnud. of which l he U autant *- book entitled "G 4 There Samwl" tM gwb VK fftei% in the >*jority, dock at 9 O'dlll'laUing at the. their Isoases delighted with the en- 1

(J, M Bingham., Bt-cretary. ** \ jvisM-nRtT agent. will 1>o from tW I\rt''ltl nut wv.'k.a they are confident of winning, but bridges, 75c for the trip. j tertainiatiit.


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all as well M add to the prosperity of I and to foU w rather than to presume ord. VoL M. page 11:', the same you according ta population and cite Csi ,r Bftsest Department of Labor

WUArTHHO.REPLIES all? to lead. Perhaps, if like some, cite.) i gresslonal Record. VoL f$. pap 2WO,, neb a proeeedsre !la the
Butler. CbHtoo as your authority Page "M baa a* American Labor Inter
Do contend that theelght dollars 1 had been wraptured with the souno Kays-Bate. Berrr. by
a you month In pensions for the brave..1, of my owa rplce or were given to Clark Montana), Clay Cockrell, Cu! I reference to the subject, but deals sa- ttS protfst <* % It \a.
Letter" the prtpUllc practice of uselwi brson, Daalel, Harris. Jones (Ar ; tJrely with proceedings the boil urpsU 'J'elqO altd. that q tD.
To the Recent soldiers of the Seminole Indian Wa
I : of RepresectatlTM. I do bore, that the Honorable -
\ spmh-maktat I might ha v. Introduced kansas) Joaea- (Nevada). Kenney. Mc'tnety B esdeea ,
of Governor Jenning of 13SG-53. who risked their lives In each bill, even though they McLaorla. Martin. Money Mor- |j' er, in an entirely different place la( It vise to enact Stkt
, the common defense, and the aged and I the Record that Senator Nelson tbaf
I I bad own already before the body and gan. Pettus. Rawlins Stewart, Sul- :; offer r K9, th.'Jepartmut oral -
Showing How the Governor Has Misrepresented ofttlmes destitute widows uf the sot were foreordained to die In the pigeonholes I llvan TaMaferro.! Teller. Tillman Tur-1 j ed tbe following amendment to the now constituted, nay be '
dim of that war. U not a solace an! of Republican Committees.The icySenator )flnor). being 111'and 1 Financial or Gold Standard bill: from tta "provisions.**
Him; and Garbled ,and a comfort to them In their old age I II Ii absent was paired to vote nay on the "Section 10. That Section 5118 ol I 'Thus labor, having

Misquoted the Record In His Attempts ;, and a lessening of their burdens I i Delegation a Unit. proposition.You the Revised Statutes is hereby amend- Honorable Sanity

ta Injure the senator understand, or ought to, that I ed to read as follows: president of the American. Jfi

Strange, Indeed. Ton say that I have not gotten anptt'opnation this vote against tabling the amendment "Section (13$. No association aball 1 of Labor and through 11

Washington D.'C.. Jan. 28, 1W4. for any place or point was equivalent to a rote for tbr I be organized with a less capItal than R. fuller representative of tip).'
amendment Would tine vote! 1100.04)0, except that banks with a cap erhood of Locomotive
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t if you do, your position Is strange west of the 8t Johns River. By your
..onT.. S. Jennings differently! ital of not less than ( 0.000 Brotherhood of
1 rpay.wUhthe Loeomotlvs
Indeed, so strange that I venture there reading of tae record what have I loot.
Tallahassee Fla. are but few, if any, in Florida who will fits east of that river 1 laT that the With the Democrats Always. approval of the Secretary of tbi the Order of Railway (; rte '
My Dear Sir: agree with you Hut I will admit that work of the delegation Is the work of Treasury be organized in any place, Brotherhood of Railway ? ..

Your letter of January 1, postmarked your contention generally on this proposition ,I a unit and Is not bounded by nor I cite the Congressional Record la the population of which does not si- the Order of Railroad 'Ti '

the lib. reached me at Jackson I is In entire harmony with your circumscribed In geographic lines or further proof of my position on the reel G.IWO inhabitants, and except that pbt rs. and through others who* .

yti vllle January 5th. 1 would bave re- moat unaccountable statement that o. I limits. 1 say that I assisted In let Financial or Gold Standard bill. banks with a capital of not less than for the Interests of labor

but was prevented by the 1,073.930 CG. collected on accountof I ting every appropriation west of the Vol. 33, page 1822: Senator Teller,, 125.000 may with the sanction of the lowing the words r 'f. -red ta io '
piled once the Indian War 130. of Colorado, offered the Secretary of the Treasury be organ main In tbe bill -
cf public business Claim only St Johns River Just as my colleagues following 1 I thereby iing o
an unusual pressure which I regard as 833 is applicable to lowering the taxes 'I' assisted la getting every appropria i amendment to the pending bill: i tIN in any place the population ot labor to the Jurisdiction of fii
* attention to and lessening tho burdens of all the Lion east of that river It Is true "The people of the United States I I which\ day not creed 4,000 InhaW, partment of Commerce StU.iN

of more importance than writing po- people. You say that by legislative I you add that IOU are not dealing with are In favor of blmetalism and desirous 'i tants. No association shall be organ- tus. on January 28.1M2>> (Canes

y lltlcal lelters. 1 avail myself of the action unou your recommendation I i what has been done by the Florid of an International agreement I teed In a city tbe population of whir al Record VoL 33, page lJ5o( )

4 opportunity now, however, and take this was applied) to the State's Lxmdec delf'gatlon-that you are not a candidate with the great commercial nations ol I exceeds 50.000 persons, with a cap N to strike front the BODY of ni.itI

* occasion to give you some Inform' debt Do you mean to say that I If against the delegation. But let the world that will admit of the use tal Jess tban *20*>,000." ]NOT ITS TITLE, the words .P _

'j lion about my record which you seem there bad b t-n no recommendationand me tell TOl that the record of the del I! of Both gold and silver at such an Ibis is the only thing 1 can Cad meat of Labor and. .

so sadly to need and which will serve, no legislative action the State egation Is one and Inseparable. I It I' established ratio as will maintain tbe bearing any relation to the subject You will readily see therefor. &

1 hope, to correct the astounding stalk- would not have! been better off to the j ,oar srstsu of reasoning be soon d parity between gold and silver coin;: ,' you mention. You must, therefore, the representatives of labor { 4'&

{>eats you boast of having male In extent (4 the sun toll.et d? Bvt: j UM each of us baa done nothing, aad, and tbe efforts of the Government are refer to this, and you are again entirely wish the Department of Labor i unj

t recent public speeches. tell 81', plots whit became of tbr |j if etch of ts has done aotaing. thenhow hereby pledged to endeavor to secure at fault and misrepresent me. into the Department of Com__
* I take letter in the orderof difference between that sum you mention i is It possible that all of us have Inch an International agreement asj I I The object of the amendment was and it must be quite as plala t.i i
up your and the 1,073.930CG! Was i I done anything? I will remind you I IDt'E'dlly. II-- oc-----ooludhJA." I I i I i merely to change tbe law so that National that the words "Department of'14

Its statements ,Iz. not paid to the people of Fkxlda, I I! again that I,, have never claimed any I j Tbe vote on this was (CongrH.lona'l I Banks with a carnal of 1J26.404 bor and" had been ellmlnalt4 frs
statement 1 did |
In making the ither in money or by settlement Of I I Record VoL could be organized In places with apopulation
I results whatsoever not associated ,33, page 18G>)> yeas, as the body of the but as contempts
"Ooernor Jennlnts says I bate done I II the State's .bonded_ .Indebtedness_ to thegovernment i with the work of my colleagues and ] follows: Bate Berry. Butler Chan I of 4,000 or less where up by the amendment of Senator Pstts
I nothing since 1 have been In Congress u anti me accruedthereon Intt'rf'Dt you cannot credit the whole delega-j! dler. Chllton. l"'lark .Ulonlana>)>. Clay, to that time no National Hank was allowed i the wishes of the prtsoatatirtsjl:.

, ," there was no Intention to oo / ? A n... If so paid does no tlon with the accomplishment of anything I| Culberson Daniel Harris, Heitflelu I i I with a capital of less than f SO.- .. labor would hue been met aa4!

j j you Injustice. Several gentlemen ofunquestioned that lessen the burdens and lower la* without giving due credit to : Jones (Arkansas), Jones (Kevada) 000. Tbe amendment was of interest Hureau of Labor allowed to tame

Integrity and veracity In taxes of all the people each member for his proportionatepart I Kenney. McEnery, Mctaunn, Martin to the rural communities, and especially an Independent state. .

formed me, both before and after the The' State owed the National Government thereof. Money. Morgan, Pettus, Rawlins, Stew the South, and was adopted without The yea vote recorded on Sta

I publication of the Ocala Banner letter In bonds and Interest $:+:80,- No member of the delegation L.sever I art. Taliaferro. Teller Turley. T objection or division flow tberfore Pettus' amendment was siCXMgreasional '
931 C8. Jly act of Congress, I Vottt can you say to the people of Florida
; approved man Senator
Mallory\'.' absent ( Record, Vol. JS
It that had said as much to complained that each and i _
you every :
March 3, 1899 (before by electionto on account of illness but paired that 1 voted against it? After the adoption 1061-the same you rite)
their I other member has failed his
them, and I will give you names to do part .
the Senate) the Secretary of the to vote yea. of the amendment as a part ol trams Date Berry }
should you desire It. While you dis- Treasury authorized In any matter relating to the Interests the (Wild Standard bill I voted against R1ek_
was and dlrt't'tt'1 I Following his Senator Pt>ttu., c Clark Montana), fockreu D
of the of Florida ,
claim ever having used that langauge. I to proceed for the collection of State other hand people, we have all ,realized but on wltb the I Alabama offered this amendment: that bill Would you have voted otherwise Gibson, Harris, Haw_ !> T'. JI.lf
Its substance or equivalent, your letter bond owned by the Government, (Congressional) Ittt'Ord01.. 33 ? The vote on the passage ot .
to my mind Is In itself the equivalent I where there was default. on the part great satisfaction that we have work I 1829) : pr>? rise" bill in its entirety was as followsCongressional Jones (Arkansas). MrLauriaatppl (kllt,
ed in full accord and harmony la I I), Mallory Morgan
of tbat language. of such State in the payment of Interest. ; "Gold coins and silver dollars r ( \ Record Vol 33. pig Pettus. &
obtaining results. No member of tnt i lins, Taliaferro, Tillman,,
I You devote much apace to the Florida -I Under this Act the Attorney ed by tbe I'nlted States snail be i 183&: ) : J I
Indian War Claim. It U a simple General threatened suit. The claimof delegation, who have labored with me legal tender in all payments at the' I leas-Aldrtch, Allison. Beveridge, You will see. tbc-r.-- that f.*
I here or rather with whom I have la have doubly misquoted
tae Kecort
the government was a claim In '* nominal value when not below horrors CanVry. Carter, ClarkW'ominJl. ..
and of words tbI
matter a plethora
bored will sustain
; Jaw anj f'fJ\la+ and could you In the assertion ( Cullom. Davis, D> well as misrepresented me.
) weight and limit of
t and phrases w))) not mislead vtc pub that 1 hire not done full I! provld-\
nave been enforced On the oXber my partt' ;' ed by Jaw for the single coin and i fine Depew. Kikins\ Fairbanks i ,
lic. The claim had been standing for \ therefore, should when ,
!.T. you roml>)an: ( More Evidence StilL
hand the claim of the State was one I i rerfucccf (n weight below such bran Fors-Ur. Passive Frye. Gear. He, .J

over forty yeara. The people of In equity only, and its payment was tour reference to my Interest In In- !|I ard and tolerance, shall be a !(d.'j l 'j llanna. Hansbrougb. Hawtey, Hoar.l
Florida know this, and they Know too I j dependent upon the justice of Con- First National Bank of Tampa would: tender at valuation In proportion to Keen- LJod a). Lodge McBride 31 Ie-f If you need any further '

when and by whom the provision for I| .. .Sll. This suit wruld probably haveoeen seem to have no proper place In this j.,I their actual weight." Coma McCunber. McMillan. Mason, to the wishes of labor on this snb

Its payment was finally passed through j I brought bad It not been for th' 'discussion and yet, let me assure you j]i i S..natorldrl'k moved to lay thJs I Nebula Penrose, Perkins' Putt (Cot I you can turn to Congn +lonal iIf;

Congress I hire never claimed the provision Inrorporattd In an Act of i 'there is nothing whatever* about it to'i 'I! amendment on the table, but withdrew nacticutl) Plstt (New; York, Pritchard. i, ord, VoL 36 page lOOt where yet vii

credit for myself nor denied to others Congress at the Instance and largely i I j be ashamed of or to conceal. The''' the motion so tbat there was a direct I Quarles. ideas Scott. Sewer I find Mr. Fuller's) letter in full I atherefrom ;'

the credit due them. You cannot GOI I I through the efforts! of the Florida deleJ l I Iration. J United States statutes provide fur the !I I! tote ThN was recorded on the fol I i''Bnoup. Simon. Spooner Thurston, Wet- the following ]I

further than I In commending the This pn viskn stayed the suit establishment and regulation of National lowing page of the Record, vb. 1830. ', more Wolcott. "1 earnestly but respectfully fttftl

earnest and Intelligent efforts of Senator suppose these proceedings had not I Banks and authorize the Secretary and my vote with that of the other 1 Naye-Bate. Berr,. huller (,bandler.Chilton oa behalf of these crgaatsatk!

Pasco and other members of been stayed Instead of receiving of the Treasury to designate depositories Democrats w as yea. (Following is i Clark (Montana), (''lay, COCK- Kgalnst that part of tbe pending! hi
1692.916 in rub Florida without receiving :: for Government money. the vtXe in detail : ) Yeas Bate, i rell. Culbenon. Daniel Harris. Heitfeld. (S. 669) which proposes to plat f!}
both branches of who
Congress preceded anything, might have been !j Years before I came to the Senate the Berry Butler, Chllton. Clark (Montana I Jones (Arkansas), Jones (Nevada ,' Department of tabor un.lur tDtl,tt
me here. 1 have stated repeatedly '!I compelled to pay $380,94! W. j jCouldnt I First National Bank ot Tampa was ). Clay Cockrell. Culberson. Daniel. I ), Kenney, McEnery. McUurln. Mar partment of Commerce e ft li f
that, on entering Congress In 1 ,i designated ont of these depositories I Harris. Jones (Arkansas), Jones I I tin. loDe,.. Morgan. Pettus. Rawllns, nope of the laboring people tlst

1199 1 found In the Senate flies, as a 1 I Have Done Lt... because It was located at a point (:Nevada). Benny McEnery' i Stewart Sullivan. Taliaferro, Teller.Tillman. country that tin independent Deji

result of their painstaking work, mu I jI where the Government was collecting ;artn.:1n icy, Morgan !' ld.-urln.1 Turley, Vest. j I I went of Labor having a Cablaet .

valuable data which contributed no You contend that In addition to the I j mad disbursing large sums of money sans Stewart. Sullltan. I cer as Its official bead may be ore t

|I little to the passage of the measure, payment of the Indian liar Claim and it was as much for the convent '' Teller Turley. Tillman. VestSena | Would Yojrs Have Been Different I I ed. This element of our r.IUse.uW

and Indeed for I enrs of Government as for the comprising sa it does the great ta mp
my part. even accorded printer you "demanded and procured tor Mallory was atetnt and ill but I
to you the credit for the perfunctory in the adjustment of IhN mutual ae- bank. Since I have been m the 8'n.I paired to vote yea. I You hav proclaimed that ray votes try of our population, Is certainly _

# part you played In taking the count between the State and the United ate the deposits have been Increased' on some of tbese propositions were thy of such recognition\ and thatt(
A Test "
warrant home. States, the payment by tbe latterOf there Just as they hue been Increased 'I Proposition. j i wholly ,,'rODI.'ooltl yours bay by this Congress <

JSH.aC2.il. due the school fund o: as I understand, all over the coun- Senator Prttns immediately offered bees different' And would you hueD Tbls letter was dated January :

the State: J2.:.00702 due the Trustees i try. This was no privilege arrord.,1tbt' !1 another amendment i recorded In tbe Gold Standard 190%, or at tbe time the bill was ff
Some Pertinent Questions. as follows: |' log In the condition n-f. '
of the Internal Improvement Fund on i i bank because of my connection 1 "That column! rrd to. .

account of swamp land indemnity, and with It. nor was It any special source nothing contained in this act j j' Referring to the 'ODlldl.Ol1al R M- \Mten the majority thus voted ie 't
Are you taking especial pride In the of ,' ft all be held or construed to affect !| the proposition to al! > tho
19,326.21 dap the general revenue fun) I{ profit for there has never been a ord01.. 35. page lUi 1) you say: < w
fact that the Indian War Claim was of Florida on general census account :; time In the history of the bank sinceIt | the present legal tender quality of *'I> I' '1 hat the platform seeking to up4 meat of tabor to remain an b4

collected during your administration? and further succeeded in collecting for < has been a depository that It has i vcr dollars" coined by tbe rottedStft lift tbe condition of tbe American I dent Department of the (i\If'fJlItII\

and are you offering! that to the peopleof I the State" the additional sum of $13218 ,- I not had more Idle money than the total ,I tt'8. workingman calls for the creation otj I tbe bill was amended i-y 1JJa:

Florida as something with which I! Of course you did. If you used j' amount of the Government deposits The )'t'a'It,11 on this test propo-1 t > j a Department of labor m charge of a title and words "and la'I" ,r ate,'
!'the word If you think that of'i sltion were ax follows (Congressional with ing to tbe body of the tt: those -
you are especially to be credited Do "procured" as meaning my sense Secretary a sat in the Cabinet ? wtflI
you forget, or did you know, tbat Governor I ceived." The act provided for a "re'I'I justice or conscientious regard for duoI' U"ord.01.Yeas :33.: page 1S30) : I while you, when roe bill to create s / wherever the words 'tho Departss

Drew, and: Governor Bloxham. : tlement of the mutual account, and I ty would be warped by a connection -Bate. Berry Huller Chll Ion, Department of Labor\ and Commerce of 'omm.rN" aplltoar' d 'l'htora rei
and Governor Perry and I that tho ImniU nf IK.U Kfato___ _. _hul.l. __ .In.. th.i."' with a National stank. .YOU- ran- ,'i--.l-- i Clark IMnntflnn.. flay CnfltroM- fui.- I I was under consideration voted for aoamendment I not a dissenting vote nor single b'
GovernorFleming I Indian Trust fund should be surrrn !' ly disabuse your mind of that ld aj I berson. Daniel Harris I Jone (Nevada toy strike from the title Jection to this amendment, and
and Governor Mitchell all 1 I dered to the Governor of Florida. You,I i by turning to Congressional Record, ) Kenny, McKnery, )Mctaorin : (italic mine the words 'labor and was thus given as much lgntty i u4

exercised the greatest energy In urging: w. old have been derelict In your duty i ii j Vol. 33 page; 1833. where you v 'I| Martin Money. Morgan Pettus, Raw5tewut thus disregarding tbe platform, and importance as possible In the MW I' +f

this matter upon Congress, each ill)I : jou bad failed to receive the money I j find my vote plainly recorded In favor' > tins, Sullivan Taliaferro Tel especially the Interests of the laboring partment of the Government If 1 YTi

his day and that all of them, perhaps but even In that event, the Govern i of abolishing the tax on State Danu.I .. j ler. Tillman. Turley. Vest. SenatorMallory people of Florida." be seen, therefore, that Initial fj

made greater effort In this direction rnent. under the law, would have found I i I (See amendment that follows) : was absent on account of i voting against the Interc-ts of lat

Ulan you hare been known to do! Do away to settle the account and tho I | I 1 I ness hut paired to vote yea on tneproportion. I Misquotes the Record Twice. as you say I did, I rut>- .
you realize that If the claim was not State would have suffered no loss. I! j!! Voted to Abolish State Bank Tax. II with labor's clearly -ipre:>sed t1s i irs.

collected during either of the Administrations -II repeat therefore, that you could not I {I Senator > Liana offered tbe following II I You have bere misquoted tbe Record and fl) "ort'41'1./ to

I have named It was not the very well have done less. "Section 9. That sections 3112 and I I I amendrt'iit to the same bill (Concrewslonal twice. A bill to create a Department into effect! the policy of the DsaocIc tittrl#
fault of .:very one (rf the sums you mention Rt't'ord'ot.. 33, page 1S32I: I I "
those distinguished and much ; 3413 and all other acts and parts ot 1 "Section of tabor and Commerce was noI party.
9. That
in connection with this Sections 311: an.
loved tons of Florida, and tbat the claim had beenwithheld acts which Impose any tax upon the 3113 and all other acts and of I ,then tin tar consideration. Tbe b'i
from parts [
final collection because, as I i ,under consideration was, "a bill Let the People
of the circulation of to Judge.
claim reflects State Banks
or State acts which I
1 have said Impose any tax the
before the State bad failed
j create the "
no more credit upon you than upon t to pay the Interest its Banking Associations be, and the same 'I circulation of State Banks or State I Department of Commerce.
on bonds,
The words
i them?' "Labor and" did not 1 hue gone at t
and the Government withheld are hereby repealed. Banking Associations b-, aDd tbe same I! some knit' i
In (onnf'CUonIth this Indian War all of them to paymenton I toted for that amendment to tb I are hereby repealed" i' \tn Its title and hence there could properly tbese matters /In order that the, |Ot:
indemnify Itself I
Claim financial bill. i be no motion to strike from tbe ttI pie of Florida rosy Ju,lg : as to -ko:
why is It that you seek to have against I low. Act of Congress I vote thereon is recorded on !
me say that the aggregate of the various for the settlement of the providing account How dos that comport with Jourcharge. !I page 19"! ::3. Vol. 33. Congressional Ree-1 I ,tie words that were not in it. The coo er orNnot I hue been tn l aad k

appropriations for Florida, via, and this alone, unlocked tho which you say you have made :; on!. and those voting yea were tbe''I ,test was to strike from tbe body 01..I' to tbe principles of th.- threat OtpA

1. about lUUO.OW). "would lower, the taxes doors of the I'nlted States Treasury publicly that I have not during m.vCongressional I following: i the bill the" words "Department of ta 'cratlc party In which th. y bavejrinterest.

and lessen the burdens for the payment to the State of every service, attempted 1isecure I Herry. Chllton. Clark Montana). tons and It was made by Senator l have stated rrpesti
peoplerf You of all the dollar due to whatsoever account or the enactment of any law on i Clay Culberson. Daniel, HeltfeM. Jones Pettus in accordance with tile clearly tbat I stand before them uix)n myi'

C confined must know that 1 fund. Inferring again to the 1132.000 this subject Arkansas, Lindsay )ldo'n'ry- !; espressod wishes of officials of great ord. In tbelr Intellig.i i. > la &
my remarks specifically to of bonds You were once prominently taurin. Martin. 'i 'and representative labor organizations sound Judgment, in th
the and the }: !$>$4 06 Intertstth'rflon connected Money Morgan. PetMs. >-;-t-nseetj Jas
amount contemplated In the total 1 due the Government you do with a bank yourself, I understand |: Rawlinn. Taliaferro. Tillman. Tur-1 I and for this motion 1 cast my vote flee 1 have an abiding fj.tt.! 1 la

of the Indian War Claim, m. and to not seem to credit that payment within and surely you do not mean to say Icy Vest Senator: Mallory was alt ]i iI aye Congressional Record Vol. 35 them to Judge as 11t'-tw u rt.u antTi.

be exact $1.073 930,W. The lanjii.iir any way lessening burdens and lowering that % connection: of this 1 lnd would I sent on account of- illness, but wa. I i' 'pace 1051). I 1 have accorded fair tr. a";,, nt toj,...

of my l.tter. quoted !in yours Is pu .. I taxes. I maintain that a debt disqualify a public officer! from tbe paired to vote yea. !i Tbe words In the body of tbe bill In I and to all my oppn. II" and. .!"

and unmistakable. I mentioned u.a : wherever owed is a burden, and that faithful discharge of his official! duties Senator Jones of Arkansas ( 'this connection were: I! inviting tb closest f ,+' Mrot ,

i the total appropriations obtained to. try ..payment whether to one creditoror ? man of the National Demociatlc thalr'l I "That the Department of tabor and I Into my record I ask al i, itbatt: )

Florida was about $1,100,000, and then another lessens that burden In the 1 quote from your letter the followIng uttvf Committee offered the follow, I the office of Commissioner of Fish I I II i record b not misnuo'r': the "m
said:: sum of the debt paid : lag amendment to the same bill, and Fisheries, and all that pertains to j
misstat d! that
.b ui 1
| "This mean more than $7 per cap You will pardon m*. I hop", for I 'Finally I have called to the arts n- I: the Cold Standard bill '(' YII'I I the same. band the same hereby are, j ;record, all no in all. from. > < begiaa

\ Ita for every man, woman aod chili treating this *uj. C't w, exhaustively, I tlon of those of the people whom I I Ih''ortl.01 33. pages 1K33I : placed under the jurisdiction and I Ii iof my service In tbe
and I offer bate been able to "1 hat front and after made a part of the Department s- nate to1I C
| In the state of aj my excuse that it seemed address the facts the passage i i ol t i I .
Florid; and the col that Senator l lof this act the Commerce." present day be fairly r. a i
i Ifctkm necessary In view of your unique as you voted against an mints of-she 'ur 'f'
i of the Indian War Halm, pro- ides; on the subject. amendment to the money bill to ktrlketbe I States hall be open to the coinage of I The labor organisations were opposed I My duties here rent!- r : ]
vlded affairs
the of State are admlnls word 'gold' and Insert the words '!: siher and there shall be coined do I to hating a then independent D tie now for me to !i..i tmp.I
t j tern) wisely and honestly, should I Not Here for Bunesmfcs. 'in coin of standard value' in Interest ;, ISM of the weight of 112ty grains troy I I partment nf tabor placed In and nn- I: places for th dl ru. 'a; ,-f poHU '

I I.: have the effect of lowering taxes and payments (Congressional Record Vol j I of standard silver, nine-tenths fine| j I'i der the jurisdiction of the Department questions. phow. v.-r t U lt

I lessening" the burdens of all the pcJOopie. As to your suggestion that I bate 83. page 1829)-a direct and ftagrant'l as provided l Ioy the act of January 1* j I I' of('oDlmM'f"\ and Senator Pittas' I Florida in a few
not Introduced a bill, resolution or latlon of the | 1837. and upon the same terms and motion was to see that it would not find me ready and :: : and I
' I reiterate now that every dollarlj amendment on any subject, or embody platform"I I subject to the limitations and provli I be so subordinated The Departmentof pared to defend im r. oral *"
q; of the Indian lag Never So Voted. sion of law II tatior. as it then existed ever, .
lj War Claim-il.072.390.GC any principle in Democratic t i regulating the coinage was a sep wb.reer. h.' v. ail
i j should have the effect of lowering I platform, you know that since I have i I and legal Under quality of gold: and 1 ; arate and di.-tmct department of tbe whomsoever atalUitJA8 a
L tarn been In I !My that you have wherever the said coins herein i i Government and created upon the
; and l lessening the burdens of all Congress the Administration absolutely mIl (!I proI I, re Jltepertluily 'l.rl., .f
''i! the people; and .while I did not I has been Republican and x".h branch represented me. unwittingly I hope. I, Tided for shall be received Into th<-1; I! of quests! of the great labor organizations P Tat :
M; j e* of Congress before ;!: Treasury certificate U the country, which hoped eventual- 'fEu.
the iuued'tbtonror
, people whom may
so then. I do say now that I overwhelmingly t o, you have ad :!
every dollar I ly to it
or the total of appropriations I and I am not here for buncombe or to dressed. I assert that 1 never 80 vottd. : In the manner now provid. j see equipped with waaUt still: 1 Sorry rte .h".d. }
for "
k da does Its part In for wnmtle against the wind, but to A and that Congressional Recor.! !I 1. by law. j lacked, vrt. the right for its secretary 1, An eminent bUh"p 1 rie
I : of all the lessening. the bur4ms I vote my time and best thmiKht end en Vol :33. page ls'29. the same you cite. Page IK:::;. Congressional Record !|) to have a piac In the President's', i' at a meeting la the in*. -t of lr
pwple.Do erg) to passing measures shows Volume :.:1: will show that 1 Cabinet m order: that the counsel ot'' sanitation .
ot benefit i tbat your statement has no vot i ot bi h s !d I I
you contend that the Improve i the Duple ,,f Florida Practically foundation in fact This page show, lid with the other Democrats for U, tabor might be heard upon all groa president and Y t.-ll- -r ., 'U.11''.ke

,r meet of rivers and harbors does not I every proposition contained In Its also that I voted strictly! with my party. < amendment offered by Senator JoBtt questions of law. equity and economics she l-ritrate l nt hi-. \ me wU
make new and competing avenues oleomroerce I h-!act'rifle platform Dar I The y'a'ot..s were as follows in which labor has vital f
been before as have always done on : Interests.i BXHDeflts I
r every the )
I I the Senate, in one f'a-Itat..*, Berry. Butler. i ii pri tl < ; ing o O.1t.t
way or anoth question at Issue Th Chllton, I
and thus lessen e r, the i jmrv< i
tat .
tM Clark
sir-e hare been i Montana). i See ( .
a member case are these Clay, Cock What Mr.
of freight? and : | Gompers Says. totes of ,
Do I upon every one of them, jour *tat> Senator Stewart, of Nevada. ri'll. Culh+rtun. Daniel. }tarn I | long tL LID fa"dl '! J.I" r
)ou contend ore ,
that high rales of I went to the Ilcltfcld. Jones (Arkansas I. i there
contrary Ikt'r.
notwithstanding. the following amendment ), Junes (: Honorable Samuel
freight are not a burden on all tht t have I.t..d In fall : i vadai. Kenney \e-I dent Gompers, preni this DM-etlmr. mn.liiu. \ "ii (
and .
strict "I in McRaery of a
err section 6. ) American
on page 15. line :5. al I Federation !
people with the t only ,
platform of the l.anrtn. Martin Money. tabor f jw, Ib t I-. ''IKI-
ttemurratlr tor the word 'interest.' It is prusp.I'1 Morgan, Pet writing to Senator Frye, r'I..1
m you cimt'nd that the moneyspent i party. I do not pretend to b.> inenousM -'' to strike out 'in gold coin of the present tun. Ita 11'IIDII. Stewart Sullivan. Talisaferr. ident pro tomporc of the Senate pres -- .
Hther In improvements to IIthnapt'aIJt\ > ... Teller Tillman der !,'. nr PoaMloit Flil.d, ;
of thl fltblp to standard value' and Insert '!n Turley Vest I of January 20, 1W2 .I
coin and
I exclusion i
kind or upon public tnilldins. doe* | have of Democratic Senators thl,1 i uf the standard value of tbe act u'cant j:I Senator Mallory was absent on a* ring to the then status of the bill, f! I .Auntk(t llttl' hi ,,. _'
not add to the prosperity\ of work grown fray in the service of Juy: U, 1870.' ;! of illness but paired to vote this j'rot -j t : ) has ken l.-t : ". ,.,rardybcharge ,

I men artisans and contractor, do** tect.party on and the country I have been con Senator Aldrich moved to lay thll'I!' )va on the proposition "Tbe creation of tie Department of brother. u, o l h+el-".

not find Its way into all avenues ol being to the contrary interests and of regard It ar amendment on the table and the njy Cast No Such Vote. Comm-rcp. with tho provision for the 0'1 I I Emt dyer, 1 ho,. > "n {1 4

I \laJtt. dues not lessen the burdens ol well ta listen to their WM Florida u votes on the proposition to title were You say that I voted ahort'natkm of the Department a mother t< him w Ili!i.' 'my's ,
counsel at fellows (Bee Cot.&reUlon,1 Rec amendment to grade National an tabor will minimize tbe importance awaj. }:Ob. )1'J,

Banks of tabor Interests and minimize th.1 Lave Puacb., rvesjua.ke.il I..! f' raw t1



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a bottte or comraoa ftus with y wr
tce-The Candidates to be Voted rater and let it stand twtatfar haT a
FAST FREIGHT A.Ml U '1URIo1'h I'AKsEMiKit noun: : TO a.#ta.at Of *ef-
For and Who Can Vote. Mall to&ctttt u I

J NEW YORK, BOSTON and the EAST. .. By virtue of the action of the .! tkneyi coe4ItioD We. i1JfIa..Jth1

Democratic State lxeutiveCommit- ; bt ttjrour ItIfDI "
"+,. is S Haw It totvldaoc
I k tee on January ;i. I91H.< and the order ol kJd-

t f tlio I iVMinvrat'uKi frequent deair to
(' (If Ynliisia i county, there past II or paiata

will !lie hell th 10th of tM back U abo .
Y'b on lay May, convincing proof that the kidneys and blad

k lr / 1'JOl) a primary election in each ore der are out of order.
What to Do.
,; nnct the hours
in lountytieringthe
There U comfort
la the knowledge a*
.17e, -r.M" : d fixed by 1.1fnr holding clerliniM often expressed, that Dr. KUnwr' Swamp- ;
Foot tho great kidney remedy fulfills every
for tli nomination nf the
L'w following wish In
J curing rheumatism pain la the i i
-' -- \-a-: : d xra. IVmuTutic candidates for ofik-e olio back kidneys, lira, bladder and every part ;
# .: '4': '_ i : of the urinary passage It eorrectj Inability
:.. :
-...... -_ .,.Jo4' "' 1 -" .. ; a voted for at the general elfn-t'nm toIttluMnn to hold water and acaldlnf pala In paaalaf '
.. ..- = --
""- ....-. .::: -- ) l November S, 1901 : tt. or bad effects following UM of liquor
.' o.'t. wine or beer and overcome that unpleajaal i
:;. .. .., ...--. =- 1
-' A nu..l .I.'t.- fur I'liitrtl SUU-KH-Hrtttir, necessity being compelled to (9 often 1
during the day, and to
get vp miay times
a rT 'iit alirr in for the Srr
BY LAND' AND SEA. roiitfivii doing the night I The mild and the extrtordUarv -

rtiiiKrw.ion.il Short Rail Ride to Savannnah P Fi the ." '\'nw court for ttw full term of .MX reilUei It stands the hr! eat for lu won '
THENCE via Palitial derful cures cf tho most distnutnr cases. f
Eipreis Steamihipi.Salllnffs i year, tlirvtjiiMikv* uf ttamipTViw court, If you need a medicine you should have the I

from Savannah airovpriior u *..-n-tJtr.1 utatf, AH tiltoriwv best Sold by druggists .in SOc.eMil. sizes. I

FOUR SHIPS EVERY WEEK cpiirrnJ, a niitrvlkT| a trwurrrr *- You may have a simple bottle of this

a ttUrmtfii| I
and a bock
f frtK w York, m Inlf .. (\a.cnnnertinn.nith Now York-I5oi>tOD >hlr" or Bound n i'uimuiMiioncr of ngrirnltuiv, A more about !t, 8COft'7.I

U.... Allth-Ut 8
%_ fto nalinfurm"tioD. ailinir H> li..iiilm| t>'tiiiinoiii n.*".n ationr. or mil on .1 j, a sllttr chrtni..t. a judge nf tincirriin Address Dr. Kilmer & ._ III........
tf. H ri.EABA.NT8, VJc 1'rw. IIIK>> li,'n'I Mjrr.' ('. h WAl.WOUTII.O.l' A.PNT.1R iiurl for I InSM( iiili jwlb-uil rir- Co., Binghamton N. Y. When ..rtUnrmCD-
; :i..tllllli\.r. NVxv Yoik 3-l.VO'J lion reading this generous offer In this paper. .
W W HIIII'MAN. Fla. Fr't "IIIII'/l"s AKt.22: : W. tiny St. Jacksonville, cult, n Mlutr'anttoniMV for the S..\i-nth II..n't make mlMakr bat t
[titliital tin-nit, a jmltfv of the criminal any rvmrmlr -
- the name, Nwanir RootPr. Kilmer's
court of ".'orol. nolirilorof tU criminal
:-\\'OUlI'-Itoot. and the adJrrw
'I1 court of monl, mWk of the rrioiinal ,
hampton N. Y on bottV.Wakeful.
JLIDGF. ISAAC A. STCAVAkT.Si court of "''''tlrll. two nwmlipr* uf tin ,

1I. Lowe of rvprvwntutivf*, n Miiity ju.l!lg+'. -- .
I. .lodge. wait was liorn at lUiltourville, Ky., January ll15,1< .tl1tl\lrates a.Iwtiffuccrl! of the circuit court n

r << to FloinU. in 1831 residing+ as ('ulln'1Ullr e). ol UocLeMtle- county OM4Mor of taiw. a tnt t'fll..tu..

tr rt' t;< i-ounty. He Htwl at leland and began a HiuvtiMful practice l before the a county Kiiriiit| ulilic ill ?

ff 'F bar of Flori"U. He wan apjiointe hy Gov. F. 1*. f'f'milJutl of the Ntrul.llama urvryor.. an,unty tmtnuivrof

Criminal' Court of lUxwl at the time of iu eK4abltlun in ltsi). and tray "lIul-'nl"lr rvgiNt ration, five county
'umual..lul..r". tlm utrmtwrr of tli- Sleeplessness Is a
I been its Judge l hitM-e. As the Judge of this court ho has an invulnerable
1t county UKirti of jmblic hintruction, a Sign of Nerve Trouble
; n'Ifd; \has given eminent atifaction to the bar and to the |1',1.| ., and jurti.wof tlwl--Par in ami) for liliirt and ShouldBe

will b<' a candidate before the coming primary for re-elettiou: and as far nurnl.-", 1.2,3, I, 3. fit 7', s. 9, III SI ; n Looked To.

' f q !rI an known, will hare very little opp ition. LYrtlntaLle in and for tlntrkU: ituiHl..T.

1.21 3, 4, .*., G, 7, H, J>, JO, 11; five |pe-i idrttLl i- There are three different mu1t..t&
--- -- ---- .
t _! tiCG fkttorw four iM-gatnt-At-ltirK! tlo u of II1Hp1HSI\f'U

Ill. IJiiil MconJ to 11. aw k. a long Urn before
The nttontt-y fur the <-j>jxmtlf( n baJbeen Notice of Application!: for Tat Deed i thirtvvii iiMtnlNMti-at-lArip of fat .ng asleep; third to faQ Itp ooo,

bullying tI.ltnt'fl1t for an hour Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888 ; state eommitUv, n county iwmlvr of wsUInt up after aereral hour and then
i when lio tiiMtllj asktM: Laws of Florida. flu 1 It hard to sleep ac&la.
I elate eiMiimitbv, n uwnb r of the lift
"Is It true that there are tr8f.'t't1 of 1 hey that m.wt..re
m.a la tie-
Not r i i.. Iwrvliv tfiu-u that C. r. Fun tI.lnalt'tHlimit t .
I >t
Insanity in your family? nerve fibres mnfbtre la the brain
ning. pinvhiiM-r of Tat (i>rtith'ate No.
; soon "Very likely" aniwerM the wltnvsi."My 111'+:I, ilaNsI tlw itla day of JIIIM, .\. |)., All county raiididaUtt ftltall file cvl a, mwhr ia the Uoodthr.t i..sl.
I II KruiHlfattivr.VH> wu i!uJytngfur 1MKJ! him ille.l Nand .ivrtinVat in myotifav their for their carry blood to the brain .om.thbrs
application placing I* radical/! wrong and must be righted,
the I1Ilult4tr)'. gate It up to txtvice and tins made Hi|.hi-iitinn for tax
I 1 a b w, pr."- 1'hlludrlphla. Itnn.llrr tlenl tu i issue in ikrotd& with law.Sakl name on the primary ticket with or the end mar U wore than dta.
To right 1C take Dr. UUea Kervtna.
f rI l"rlill.'I'1t.nlbrtu't'lt the following Cary P. Landis.err-etaryanti I trtM Elm other armptoma of nerve trou-
described mtiiAteil in Volunia
nirty| |
} Tri-Weekly S ilingSJACKSONVILLE "1:1 tjtv IMI..III..n. tountFlurula.. to wit: Nof.N I:. \ urer of and for the lK rratic Kx-: tale are: Pixxln***. Headache Back.ad. .'
: \ery IwtclligetitY' ... Worry. FrrtfulnrM, IrriUUUty,
I and N. S lot I NV IT. Tp.19, S. Ilan .I
!'v. ccutivo (Commit' '
HF.TWKFN: :-bt' III vertalnly much JIW"f'e lutelll- i accompanied by M inrholr. lack of Ambition.
:1I: !MS .rex.. Tinmid/ html t<-ii>K'aMMWMnl
a'M thou the 1 her indicate JUaw which teat
nterage woaum. ut UM till h' of th'- i..llftl.'t' of their asMtwinent as filed by the mar
and NEW YORK "How In thtrVlij. to Ep leI.l. Ht. St Vltua Daaca.NerToiM .
Much .
t ivrtiHeate in I In- name I) () Clark.: I committee. '
I Callini at Clunl't.ui.S I t t t.. ii'i', is .1" ". "\ she lit Intelligent euoogh tat FnleM .nit| rtilteate ..hnlli. noWinetlatTonlina county Prostration. Pmralr. InaaaltT.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE. to to read .\ Mwiid will I I. hold >'othlnf win give aurh quick and Uat
try n i-(>er on a eobjoct ; to law, tax deed will IM*, <' priitiftry on
, that the knows nothing about tfort thereon on tl..- llth day of May, A. n'l ine r Jkf aa Dr. UIV Nerrlneu
The Clyde New England and Southern Lines a woman'M rlub.llruwklyn UNH. thc 7th day of Julie, IIXM to cJ.IIII (' "Mr hurt.nl had been pick for week.
Eliit' 'fII.d not alt up to have hj bed mad*.
hilt i>'n'I I I"T: \\ < i I Witllf'tllllllIItfirilllllilClllltU.... and x>,ftl I between the highest candidate With ail the medical help we could get
JACKSONVILLE. UOSToN AND PIIO\'IUENCE. nluuMr. thin the Nth :'ila, > of .April .\. II. lMj! |. whom* nominations Hluill not havebeen he continued t<> grow worve. lie could:
AND ALL EA%TfcKN: TOINTH. n--lluT sleep or eat. Our baby girt was
talliugntl'I.ul.'..tuu: Holt II \\ inSIMIWLIIKLY "Ot''I blJ:"' ext'hitini I HM flint |fK\I| \\ii KI. I). JOKIMM, made by ...> thefiat pent away, and all allera barred, be-
SAILIN05.Soitkkooid. : trump. "I with I w us an rich as I 1.1. l'in-.ii 1',,+. t YiiliiHiu County, flat a majority at came he rnul not stand a bit of talk
In* I read of a rue cof nervous proe-
. Frcm Lfls" Wharf. BoitoiNortkktniid look.What I primary. Ir-.Jtlcm cured br l>r. Mllea RMtormtlreNVvin

from foot Catherine street Jacksonville yer talkln' alwut?" aemau.l iKIril i'uli. Aal.I V. la.t May ;.i) Th omf, and only desalt will IM- allowed and In .a few We a>*n be giving was able 1W to htm be
hU i
CLYDE S'!'. .IOILNS: K1VKI! LLNK. )*fs tralgbt talk. A fetter down Notice Application for Tax Deed 1 to rote in the primary ehvinmuho &IK9.Imi roved..\. G. terrine HASKtN saved, rreeTtne.tits }life.ii. r.FRt'lE ".- 1

de n..l )tet tubl me 1 k-Aed like SO Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888 are white iVtnoi'ratif re iHtcrf.!
Between Jacksonville and Snnford Laws cf UiriJa. : Write to ua for Free Trial
mntClldhidelphl... I.erlger. Will declare{ their adhrniuto J-al'kagr of Dr. Mil..' AMI-
arorl'lsu1' IAL\TKA. .\$TOR, ;-:'I' nt.\sris. I fKltl: ,;:4I'olth. (lht.uI ) Notiir w herehv given that C. ('. Fan- roles Pan PUI$. the New gclentitte Rtmif
Int4-niHtliat) >< Landings "n Sr JullNS KlI'M: "nllm (' >\KI'MITMIN.Mm airy, purthiiH'i! of Tax Vrtitiente No. the principles of the I)Vmocr.it. for I'ain. Also Symptom tUank. Otrtpc'laUlit
will dlafivwe your raw UU
: !II W 177".. dated the Tilt day of June, .\. !>., 'It bat It and how to It
:HTKAMKK: IICity of Jacksonville r.vniw. of Iftarwater, ;""., INIKI I. haN HM "1101| o-rtiHiatf in toy wrty, and ulio 1 ple }you',. ., 1111. wrong JoIlwM MKO1CAL right CO,,
writ<.: 11)' lnwban.t by nick for tlinvIDiiutlm. LAIA)1IATURlta, :LEJLAItT. IMIX
abide and 1 the
result I'I!
noire, and hits ntailx n|>|>lrali' n for tai by nupjiort
IH AI'IHIINTKO T 1-1 SIL AH I'111.1..111.l.eave Tlie ilnrtura MUd be had. -' ----
iuk-k| deed to i issue in .....n rda On' with Inw.Srtkl the elation and
i Jarknonvilk")..........................Sunda.ii) N, 'l'u..IltI.I.\ s aini Thursday. nt :Uto: 1' m eonsungitiun.| i \\',. itnicured n bottle uf ,wrtifhntumraers! tar folloniii prinMry vote for tin :

Returning leave SatiforJ ..... .. ......Mi,nJa\H. U'..III.-MMM| < and I'rilluJII at tl..HO n. m I llnllfir.r! IIlIt.IlllI"1yrup) and it eumlInm dewribed pn>|ierty Hitualni in Voln-iaeiMtbtjr. nomint t1wrt'Cf. Every voter w I e
That w II>- via yenta ego, and wiweilnn Florida. to wit: ... I II \ of S. W. lC requirwl 1 to male this qualii! ,
-3wiGh iaad i : -K.rlh.ftuunJQeedMwn a., mare alwaj kf'llt" l..ttlle of it S Se.'. fl. Tp. l'.J.S Ratine %;' 1.111 am '
--'II-I I'--U--I-I ,
.' .S : I, Ire.Jlr III tiN- In Mine.'H eailHot tin without It The KII id land bi-tiiK awMed I ivt the dateof ion I before voting. Only regi"tl\ \I'

ware ;im p in.... ........... ....JI".ll\lIk..... .......... .\In"I a In'a Fur'iiiiKlm and t-Dltln it tins no ....ual." tbe iNMUttiH-e tif jtiH-h ("lint-ate in t I... voter vote. The regirttr.it
i' I i.n i.
H tS: II UI, .. .. ......iiIntLn. .. .. ... ...... I 1"\1', H U&} 1'11I :'.-.... MV atMl J $1 Sold liy J M Jem, naiiieofJ W (I'ri.- lnl.*. aid eertiftfate -

.1 :'on"I1......... .......... ....... A'tur... .. .. ............ .. :! 3HI'11I -- --- --- ..hnill.! dHiucd nretirdinK to law, lard will o]>eii in each precinct "i.
., 1:10 a III ....... ........... -\t.: 111&114" "......... ....... .. ...... .. IIHII'III W"4'.h. tax deed ,, R i iMt.ue tin-ret m on the llth tbIh: day of Muftis mU.I.11,1'' r i
.1 ............ ......., ''y.n"urd. I JI.I.ulllh ... .. .... ..... .. I:: 1M' m day of !tlt.y.I..IHU.|
ArM" H:10 ani....................... .......l'tLnfu..I........ .... ... .... ft :'11 a UI A TMHH<< Id a Itaut that grows laahutkldiHe VVitneim niv onVial! ciiriiatnn- and] IottAI) will dOt te on the :.ih day of Apul I

I II 100:11") m ................. ... KnteqirixeGener : ... .. .. ..... ..... lu inn a III out of d..lnod Umita. Any bin the NH |.II\| >' of April. A. ), l'.Hl. I1XU. I
plant may become a weed by ewapingfnun [ ;KAI.J) H UII .::1. I). JoRIMM, .
-- --- -
cultlvmion. Many ....nt. that cil the =State
( Iycrderi
tlerk Inuit t' res..Fir.l1'ohApr .
I Passenger and Ticket office with UA ore highly esteemed In other .I
CommitUv and the 1 (\( I 1'uti'e :\- CECELIA STOW!.
countries weed, while. the
grow .1 OB
.11>: la.l tlay7.iNotice l
204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.FM.11UN11N(1IUJu oilier hunk our weeds, are 1n other ('( C Hi mitlee (If Volncounty ..iii I Orator. gate Hoof dab. 8fl
of Application for lax. Deed
count rim Hoinetiiue blgbly prteeU.
: 176; Warren Avenue, "I
TLe word I'nJcr Section 8 of Ch'rter4Ko$' rTorila.W. I
irrt of
I 1.1" I V\-i |R. .la. use depend CIIICAUO, lix. Oct.22 1902.
: Af i d..II \ut :: .N. M ; ksonvtlkFla 1
\v. (i.COOlT.U: In. t..- iii! I Ii n VKI ( I' l.n\ IJ.IBupt.' .. altar :her on etr 'umstnntrw. Laws of lloriJa.Notice S. TH\\EI, Prwwfeat. I I1 Fur nearly four years I suffered

, F.> A.C.IlAnF.UTYM-n'l ia: -fn I'"..... .\t.; New \ ..t k. A \\ "*It'. firm brew'r of 1',,\ Certificate No. insisted on an operation, the
I.Vlii' : MII.Ni:. li<-nral Fnittlitir'iit. \.'\\' York. "Th train I wn* I'n thin mornlug." I 14":1. dated UKloth day tif Mar. .\. IK, .nly way to crt well. I, hoverwtn ,
TMEO. 0. EQER. NN'H P. CL\ 1)(: & co.. Haiti little Hlaie'H pam. "atrock a ptior !'' II'4H'. him Hk-d wild rertinVttt' m my Jti\l IT TIIRDUtill.rnTicii. >njly; oljte.l to an operation.
General Manager, tJeiiernl .\# nl... caw .1 11.II'ut tier b.d. right off." I' i.Hice, and linn wide application for tuleed I My husband! felt disheartened u
i .. ('he1Mbrough ItuiI Iui i9! :-111.-:;t N. w 1. -rl ...M I.\ trnolouHeselaluted: the tlttlo to i**Il<> ill uccoriiance with law."Mid I hill! u I, fur home with a lick
( : certificate fiiil>ruce.. the following 'T"'ul'u Se1SL Tn1. H rUin IT w )m&n a8 a diKonK4al: place at
girl "I HUPIKM the milk peered rls'itout ; : I'-wrilwd pioivrty situated in Voluiaounty. INTtIK IlIAUlAeso I &. I"tit A friendly droggiit adrlted

nil over the ground.**-I'htladrlphlu ,' Florida. to wit: ,N, \ < fS. K:. \ Ion: ti p-t a bottle of Win of
Illinois Central R. R. frets I II of N. \\' S. Sir 7. Tti Iti S. lUiiyn* :15 H T.u.... at) .iICltl..ttr century j lin.... ( 'rJaa f,>r me to try, and be did ao. t' ;

I II I I .It) urn.+. Tbr said land> bang a.....>***\ thi.i ii i.. an "oVr true taV." l(laving IU'lo. | II.1lant'lmproelnafndaIuM 1 r .
To endeavor to work open the ,vulaiu- lit taw date of til1 MMimih of HtH-b ivrtinVsttc l>riieil iu n Miiall Virginia town in tinuiiiUTof recovery wu very rapid. Within { I
VorlJ's FAir Route with (flue II4'fttIlit like atteoptlng to''I' in tlie name of F. I..t I.. (.... 1!M 12, it it i 11 story inui'b of il.. ,I ipnMeut. | eighteen weeks I wu another ,
t r oh."itl shall be .leHnednirordiiit I'pto a H>Miit tmif i\g<> Mm I lo'lDIl.
(few tiiotka with a "1Of'-I'.. tvrtitk-aU* re> I t
John E )llarnioii. Melts t"ti"h..1
I to law tai d**! will i>u
Will Hell daily diirinu I : II I!I 1 thereon on the llth day of May .1.1) lust two j.'rwaoxl l LuowWn-" the tIll' I &
I U '''':.'1 L HILUKKV I'I 1!tO I. curatiti i'nrlkH of ClinniU-rluin ,, ,1: '
Man-It and April I I tough lU-nteity. .1..1 Junuar.r" "I lf
IVitnciw official lInatl'ftt and Hal
I. luiii th.. twn-\"f'C\t't,1d child mv
ii i :: tlnw dreadful j
thin Hth day ril >. $ayN. "my 1"1.tilui.. k a <- .1.1.! ) .
the t'-UI.
of A \ .
> 1
"I !I' I M.IVmm.. nth X. Tenth Kr | Mr' ?
unit at on tiuix 1 (ratvil "...< would liau I t'IWt'. letterV" .00.1 every
CHEAP TICKETSCALirORNIA llarn-butg, !I'a..woulw.Ircpbuttwoor ,. [ESlat.j] Smrri." D. Joniiix [ i...iintonia; Let OIIH of my -urlit.n- ant v home ii uJd.med bl s
II I tin"' InurN in t ...tI11""t of the night Clerk) Circuit t'onrt Vulu-ia ('nunt) rLi. told IIH> Imvv this tviu...ly luul riled, I.l r '0'' ak ",-ai MM and bow completely
I rt' \\ tii. I Ii, maJc it very hard tot let pjirentn.iimtlHT !I little Tray and I I.'gsu Firing it hn \ \\ :.. : >f Ardui tune thai tick- ;

--TO Itrr rnn..liii|'-.) that tlt>* child) had t first I'uh. :Apr '1. In.t Mal 7. i ti l taby at ..,...... aihl it mum ciiml In r I r..j era brings health and L&pp it
..1..11111. It trouble ni.J gave her half of :I: heartily thank tinumnufactun.i- <,1 i > *t agalJ, Do not go oa aufffr- 1
| Notice of Application for Tax Deed 'I iff bo to cur druffgiat
1'hnml.rrlain'stantuuh and l.i* -rTnl> I ('hatntwrlaitl'.t'ougha! lIooIlk'4ly for lilu nNO :.: today
: ... ulunle I II I Under Section 8 of 1t\38 a: J MOW a >$1.00 bottle of Wiai
Ne 'P- hut w hi h 'l"it.t..1 l .r Momnrh. and Chapter treat cure withal my n-mh.I I < I ui I i I
WASlliNGTOX s |>t tlh wholf night tlir.nifli. T\\ owue..d Laws of Florida. not ntiiiniiM..itl it too highly or MI.I ( < >, > of Caidoi.

( ihrw Talilftn barr cffn-t.'il I nfrnmnent Notife | tluit C I' tell much in its fnvor I |M>|- all who i.. ,.1
i- HI. giten WIN
OREGON A TIP OX URKADfdwiukl cure, and he in now well nnd"Jl'or .,iiinvr quo IIIIM nl Tux Certitk-ute No..t this will try it And (.. eonviw...*! I Iwa CIAIRJI
etr fig aU> Inil, druintintii ,,1101) ..." For Mik. by all druam"-
Ii.':. dat.-l tlii'Tthdav. of .1 line. A. I>..
not be ignored. Take one InmIIM utedirine "....... i i I
1)11110COLOR111)O( iI\\W i nun tiled Nail 'vrtitti-nte in my
I i
nit) i n}"> letter benllh.OFR office and has made applK ation for tai

''Oh 0 me the first eVea yean of acblhl's .il.HiJ t.. iwi* in Aivotdanre with law. Taliafrrm i it- an (10101 l l, ,n I .rout- N. ERICKSON
Saul irrtitk-ate emonnvii the follow i
IinnADm "ant iegdrNeritr.l in the Senatorial
life, Mid a wte mlo. I, rare.
AMI Tiiru h isw 1% TO'KWest I i pro|. rty mtuated in Volociui
I I "* Krfet an human till., aided hvniiidern you Pill lure the r",Lmutt The ie art th :i I county Florida, to wit: II:.
and Northwest that counL" :, s-'('. 1. Ti.. I'.I. S. Rang .HI I: 'W) ..rrw.Tlw r.tU"IIt Dlsuilau'n.
make It. ;
"111,1iAa&.aD -- -- .
.itlll".II..illt( 4---.1 at the. ..1,1tII" >
MOTRV srtHS. How often tK hear it remark|
l vv u"ULt: .Olt HMKI M tTl..,,. i the V.*.iatte of oitch ....rtill.a te in the you" I
t H.T.l r TRACK RAU.HOADIkl.t. TinIti'tir niied fat (if high prude R&d : "I t't4 only n cold aiwi a trw ilujn later Wood Worker
CtlMN C \IIS great IIIIt1t.TIlt' miring, kneading.cte ''1 date been suf\'ring for the past !.'w : name of Frv lie
For irak-le IM ,IH. )'t..s and I .. if done in |<*rlMtlv, elean arkinplsaut.YI well TCftmwilhn wrere attack of rheanwjti ;I! law. Ui dent shall will iiwue thereon" according on the to '..*.umJlJin? Thin i i.,1 M>h comnuii sr'- j
ni, and totind that Mallard'. Know eunware that n cold, however iif.ht, I l II oort and \Viodow !SrrvHW, I'k'ture I 1
allilirutmntinll. A4M"'liti I | r.io H. aud I th.* l lwking in It lit. day of May. A l).. I'.MU .
| | |I' Lininnt wa tUonly thing that gave !! ft itneiM HIT. .,oArial "iirrwaunand *.'al) hhookl Ilut !Le ili h>K r iMt. <1t.tnbi>r- MauUlwifn niatle to order All kind. of !
\4'11.1 niotli! ,1..iKU.Grnnlling| &lrvwte'mY la it"11 Cough R couBU-rnctM
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and to MJ
TOD( 1 i Do :\ILl..eH.I Inc MtiKfartioa(lft lUl. larch 2ith. 19f)'J. John thin the Nlblay oI.\pril. .\. D.. I'.MIl. tcftloncj tu""nl.. pnemauttiA. It any a. Furniture li<-pairing! duoe on abort notice :. 1

Trar !'ass. ARi. .No. 1 Urowa DuildillJ 1';ft8n., I\i......... UK" 2.V. .VK- and jiALI| | SAWKL D. Joa A\. way* cnn.N and i" hba**.t total old I at r..oMbl.t.'t'Ot.

ATLANTA, U. ; Bakeryhome filII). tH>ldbj J kl Juan. I Ck-rk l'in'uiU'uali.1Iia County Fla.t by all dnrjtli..l4. I J c..U4&f"t U., Daytona, HaMBS.

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.. lOUt '"' f.f'W. J IIrK ",. IndiiMH he ..rl N the a BJI WL
t apaiout boys !
rUIf A\e lii ITlte I .after the f
Leagtte'an Rev. J. Q.lleynolds YO in- Ibjrtofw msjMxrtlon was over, the 4'

} wtlhq' 'ak on the "Unifica daf ft\r Chicttgo. Mr. Talnier will __ I \1 tar did IIf ?lam be will an Cherokee will male public i luJg"1 l in a social dance,
tion of ( C. IL Spencer requests the I a-Hi, : win.i h >i'le had tbf.lar **t'' .
Temperance Workers of the bo quite IMHV this aiuiiiner Ioi4iog Cap Wednesday, April 27, up Smith an pietj cf tw.Om pan, At 12

Slate." AU are invited to come,and after WorW* Fair bm4ne for the Gazette-News to announce that his general average in their "' lk. As creek and llulow playing t>>nrad' o'eluk the dancers departed for

l hear these gentlemen oij thebe topics Waba-sli Uailnwil, of which IK- ii M- loJ, entitled "Oet There Samuel," the giris are greatly in the majority dock at 0!) o'cUck, calling at the I their Jjoiui delighted with the en-

0. M. llingham, Sr., st-cretary, bi.taut. gi'uciftl 1 J'\o 'ngcr agrnI "'illl lie (coin the presw next \Tt't'k. they are ri uli'leni -if tuning, but bridges 75c for the trip ttTUinracntThe i


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lnWI.bed Every Saturday -0.7 -.'. .:. "Bostonian"Shoes

- Mrs. Molet Mubbst nee llendrkks, : I ". ",' '.".", l ....

KDW. FITZGERALD I'murou. of Daytona Shoots Herself Ji"0. <. : for Men .
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With J2Caliber PUtol.ilrs. .4 .
Subscription |1.50 jr Year in Adranc-. t r I L.. ..:... ..
Reading NutJcff lOc per Una Each Time.EntrreJ f Fred E. Hubbs, formerly Mrs -i --- iJ., ', :w Are taut flodlnff favor with i 3

ilentlrieksl i f'It .. tluiw who Hurt t.'t'n J1'4tng ..
Jests Brown (nee Violet ) ..

at the Poatoffln at DaytonA, of this city, attempted suicide at 5WW. .. .: from |).:'.0 Ut f J more for

Florida aa Second Clans MatU-r. Henry street Savannah) (Ja., last T tJ-(. 'ni \ their .hw.-lieeaii..e they .
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-- Friday 1 by shooting herself with a 1 .; : .. I'Mdill l\'t'OjtDl iu thnn a ,
Saturday April 1i I 1!)()I. Sl'-caliber revolver through the left T .. '. .... nbo of unuMJftl good *tjlenthl i
-- -- -- -- brea't. .. i : s \ V Jt .... i), a9itf nt A Men 4l,li> prh*.

the When night the of ballots May 10,arc Yolum counted county on months Hubbs I ago: came with to W.Daytona II. lAlin.hO\eral of) il! s ..l ,1: 1i I It .:. "Bostonian" S.A

will show up for Taliafcrro. Paris f"rOil, who had I several automobiles !. .

and Dougherty. / d.U-ml in the races hertlie ; : Sln rf> nn tltf brat ne know t

flt'Curt'lllKt! rtl at home of Mis. Hen ;I .. : how to Inn mid oil|| forf-'I ">n .

You have only until lltf .'';th of dricks, and he and the girl won lx 1 I ,,.. u poor 'I'. r a pair
fart friend'*, Shorty after tin
And came r
this month to register. you :
automobile races Mr! HnhhaMt |h t.n i ..
want to be sure that your poll tax for Palm llewh, but was railed 1:11'1., ; i' : ... -

is paid) for the jearsAttention I D:1./ : by a telegram and claims to 'hav. 'u
I L Clothing Shoes and
then l<*irt> d I that the daughter Ii.i't. :I ".: 0 I i W :
is called to theannonce- attempte l suicide three times with : :x: Gents' i
ment of T. I. Rangers in this nwue. chloroform while he was gone 11 0 e
He wnuented to take the girl with I I :
Mr.( Rtnlgers is candidate for re- him and marry her, although she had +I 't.: Iii I I'd I'ny I't i A, FLOItIDA

election to the office of County Commissioner not been divorced from Jesse Uronn j i i i

a i'I it goe without wiyiiig The ceremony was peiformetl about 1 :
: PECK EL FOSTER Proprietor
that he will l he reelectedGeorge three weeks ago by C. S. -f

notary public of Jacksonville, in the t \ : ttN*.........*. .. **. .. rtliw,..111f1PP.P1oflNlf1<.,

\V.1lrktul announces in presence[ of witnesses, after whieh N., ? -
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the couple went to Savannah.Mrs. ,
candidate for re-el C. B. llUHXT.TEACHKR .
this iiuo as a '(- Criminal Court Proceedings.
Hubbs \\'fotlthe followingnote \
tion to the office of Clerk of the which was found) torn up: r The April term of the erimintd OF SINGING

I Criminal Court. Mr. Ilri tol )JIM "My Darling Frt'tl-Io: not tell : // court of record convened at Hel.aaul 2'J5 R Mt(" vvooJ Are

made a comj>etent official and will anyone why I took my own life, Say" ,.;..t.;;' ,. /{ i last Tuesday morning with Judge 1114.

probably have no opjxwition! f"r the that it was an R.itlt'nt.'hH.ET.. f! .t"-y.''" C --.." Stewart presiding, County Solicitor
HtiLIrt admitted) 1 that his wife had #
office to which he aspires.
Peikins I with number of indictment
threatened to kill herself a number j. CLIFFORD R. rositR

of times and that he had flat up HCV- Adjutant-General of FloriJa-A Candidate for Re-clection, filed and Clerk Hrwtol New Equipment" Trained Nur
lIon. Cecil 0. Butt, of Orlando in eral! night h> prevent her doing !*> t and Sheriff) Turner and deputies at (Coau1ort quiet and

in the city interviewing some of his I There is little )liojwof her KM-ovenf, Adjutant-General J. Clifford 11. Footer, who i i" now servingthe their deak Ambulance carriage privacy.seme.

friends. Judge Butt is a candidate the bullt't leaving f'lIte-n'll l just below i unexpired( term of the late Adjutant-General Patrick f Ilou&toun! The following Dt'Maaedt're arraigned No. 10 llay street Telephone i 32.

for State's attorney for the Seventh the heart the kidneys and lungs 2 and who in a candidate for election" at the approaching primary is ami pleaded guilty to the -
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Judicial Circuit. He has Hing badly injuredMrs : doeendant of of the oldest Florida families. His forefather
many a one j. crimes with which
( Hul.bs'1)I'othfr left here Sunday tMywe"cbar : G. P Co:3:
warm friends in Yolusia county and for Savannah, where) he found were among the earliest settlers in this :-Late-rominl; from Spain ('has. Carlisle to destroying birds' Ballough

will carry a large vote in the Democratic her case HO wrious that he '.uinmone
primary. Mrs.I Hobt. lUiven, a sister, who" left of Florida. I I and HOT WATER HEATING..
here Wednwlav. t I tXKATKD I!( TMC UAMKIO BClLMIt.If .
The present Adjutant-General wan horn in Savannah, Ga., in Robert I Hale and five other I eland) want pldmbiog done d&1orali\h
The Board of County Commissioners !- : Ih73 and three later the death of his father he came jou s
years upon negroes to gambling. $250( each I phone 87. They tale a phone to W
have for some time l been eon- City Council Proceeding. : with his mother to her home at St t. Augustine! where he spent his and IMt. which they arranged 1 to with i them ".

sidfiing the matter of bonding the The City Council met in regular lioyhood, and hart since resided. A* a small boy, General Foster I pay -
county for good raid purl>a+ert, but hewion Monday night with President attended the public schools of his home city, but at the age of I II i Callis Dasher, colored De Land, to .

they arc at boa there is so much pro tern Hendricks in the chair Z wan compelled 1 to relinquish his studies and) take tip the sterner a-sault and battery. $!1i O and cost. : DR. BRUSH :

diverse opinion. The Gazette-News \cting Mayor Harris Wing present.Mdcrmen ; problem of earning a living, fIO that his education has been gained i I1Cmal'has. Gibb, tl8"$5 ,and cost upon JHT- : HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN i

suggests that petitions be circulatedin Maley,.Schmidt Matthews, solely through the! broad school of expt'fi'f1't'| Always evincinga Adolph property.Carl) rri8. a little negro ;

various parts of the county requesting \t\vornl and Porter were present at strong< interest in public affairs, and being a staunch and enthusiaitic lad. to petty larceny The court up- g

tho Commissioners to take roll rail. I : Democrat, he was rewarded by apN>intment as aiwitttantIKMtmanter i preitticcd him to Gfo. Hutebinson, .. Chronic' 1 iiWtltw'iaSpecialty t i

action in anticipation of i issuing Dills amounting to $ i TJ.i! were : of St.: Augustine under the hut Cleveland admiiib tnts with the adviee to not be caught ---- i!

bonds. Nothing can be a better r>re*>ented 1 and ordered paid. I. : lion before }he had attained his majority. At the outset of the again, .. i o DR. E. R. BRUSHDENTIST. I JI J
i The D."tou'hi......, ea t'4Wt'
investment for any county then good) An ordinance to establish a legal : memorable l'o1ili8lt':1mpAi n of 1SIKJ! he iwwi"!**! in organizing the T routinuel i oo t

roads. A hard mad between this dumping ground was called 1 up and : Bryan and Sewall Democratic Club of St. Johns County, of vvhii.h t A nolli pnJ.'quofa entered) inthe ,.

city and Del..and is urgently needed.If 1. read and 1 thetwnnd read- the Win \\l No fit) Third Arentiea .
passed on : he wa made set? relary. Liter he determined to enter the field! of 2 ease of State vs. > >HH ,

the county was bonded for a mg. j journalism and purdiasing the plant of the Florida Weekly ProJ i grand larceny Oppo.lte PuMic KrbouLn ;

reasonable amount oll1"i. county An ordinance relating to the eon he established and commenced time publication of the St.: Augu- M I \W l'.illtnan charged 1 with :.oretreoaeaeeeeeeeeeeee.ee I
I luUv/ling funds fn>m the) Doty A jfl
could bo covered with a network of ruction of sidewalks and providng -
o tine Morning Journal a which forcefully hampioned the : --
.. (taper Stowe Co of .lacknoaville for whomhctravelel.
roads that the would a penalty for violation wanlled < --.......w....-..-- ...
taxjwyera never : cause of the people, and was oon recognized as the Democratic ors : The alleged embez/ling I z-------- $f
(- up and read and parsed on ,
regret its second rMJin gan of St.: Johns county. At the outbreak' of the Spaniah-Amcrieaii: i took place at Daytona where the defendant Neville H. ClarkOPTICIAN. j

Sanitary anti filth ordinances) were War he temporarily resigned tlto editorial chair to respond) l to the T made a collection from the ,
Port Orange. r
>r .*>nted. read and dincusHcd (Ito : call volunteers, and, upon bio return in 1X90, was elected MMnicipn : I Florida Eat Coast Mottling Works
Mr. Shrouder has commenced the notion laid until and failed to send it in. The fight I II .
they were over of !
he : ] Judge Augustine, which pn ilion he held when ajDinted : (before the t'ClUII&M a most brilliant ....
lion of his the lot between next meeting .
efCf cottage, on ,
: Adjutant-General. General Foster' military career date : legal one The j urn'lulefl'll, n
A itition to have a bridge built iiii
Mr. and T. M. 1 .
Bradley Bangs across Snith Cana! on Palmetto ace : : back fourteen years, U'ltl'llhc enlisted IH a private in the M. Aug-" : verdict of guilty. TheeoneVill: probably -

Quite a number of our winter visitors nue. and to have Palmetto : Uhtiue (tiller II,> has served' ] contiiiuoimlv' inee that time in the i be appealed. *

left this \\<

were Mrs.( J. C. Noke. hf Cleveland. nout avenue watt road.Mo found guilty of l k. akill:': and enter I'I'i t
), I Alderman St tuba ....e..... .0.+ )t.....,4 .$0...0/0 .1../0..i...es ..s .. I mg and hJ .iliiig several! units i.f !, HH
0., and Mr. and )[nt. :Stukman; of \in by I i Examined Free. :1Z'
hat the ( clothes from I! e .hilI'| ul 1 ritompM-n II j jtl.e i;
Cliarlevoix Mich. intend) Stn'l'1llIlmitt't' prrlattr' -- -- ------ --- ----- -
; they i
sjKvification for such bridge, andsecure ACl1lJJCtJ: or iiiirxoiutgr or ini-n i .\ inctting f the Anti-siiHiti| 1 I I 'IVllor j I i! At Clark'a Jewelry Store
time in Mr( I i I ;
spending seine Georgia. .
bids Laving built. The <'ltMl' IIf Mi I 1'iiiiinu'i', ciiaiged!
on same tuur 'ii "UPI"'tt..lll.\' voluntary rontnbu- I:JJ JJJJJJ= y* .,
| | ihague is called at the ('hristiamIt'hurrlt fjjjf : JJSI e.n.4MNM 'fJ
and Mrs.( Dor) ranee and their Iiarm- and have the street south with unlawfi.l i i.ibit.itioi.! : \vallllor. >'> ,
ah '. I -
tine w ,ill) U given .1 :N il: utiitilr. of -- -'
ing daughter also' left for their homein petit iont'tl. | I I'.lin.dl.. axeiuie, on the. I( II Hit nf ("ml I fi 1lI'k; d I'M
1.1111111.11111..1." H.
the l"iitfnm A: Mm I it / I'M'n 1'nlit; demv I ;
Dorraucvton I 1a. Mr. IXuranc Notification from the Library Avmxiation f'f ) '.,1. 7a). All l .
: at I
e\ening April : .
wlh-IH'VtT they IllltHA ( C. rablan LawTTOnStY.AT.IA
that they would the ;| .\. H HalK.| w.i- tiinl und"l'tlll'l i .
intends building next fall on the lot part of the i island donate accept) by the li make II, tat'! .n'Sm'! tvln-ii ,v'..u interested, I otk men uud "women are. cluuge of criie'lv (to animals he has .\ \\
lie purchased want film t"11 jjiillotw U' mint, buy only I. UIMIIII I. Atlantic Block t'nn.'' :
l'i read. I< ( I I invited f to I o i ing driven a horse longing t' I| .
Mr. and Mrs. James White and ti''t11& of owners along ,eight of I.. A il amid ntixt gallon of presentC Hires \ F u ('0\1' nprlugc-Mw.In5.9u'. -;;
their son Phillip and his wife and Myrtle avenue to have same accepted l purr I.IIIXWM! Oil with it, making nil/ sal M I Itix..//1 \III, SB.. I which il is ;all mthe\ .iiuiual died) i lHtlun day. and" -WItt./.laYL TburiUr/ (, Kn,!i o, IS X'",

little daughter left for their home in 8tJ a street by the city was read, and 't-<..t ol paint about ft 2O pm Ratkn.loii't Secretary The jury f.uh't to :igtn' old a mis j I ....Haturd...1).'.. 11111111.1...H.." _'
( ; pay| $1..0: A jjnllon fur Luimnl trial ordered. I '
same was laid over for consideration.A .
Ocean Grove, N J. Mr. White U -- -
a 'Oil ( worth Its) rrnt) hu h do lien
n you n McCoy aii'i i'" of
of William umley Hi gill Inns
popular hotel proprietor there. Dr. petition Allen ttl other Hmt( ,'us.. Aped K. III"'. May 7 ) i II. H SERIF A. M. H. D:
nintM( in its
lniy <
haul his boat out under engine house von | n run w n Like Helen, were Idled' for trcsiiissiug | I ,
and Mrs. Chittie and also de- mint lulled on it N.lke St (J.r..h"'fllt ,
party vas read, and he was granted the and naiad guilty. 1 "
]>arU'd. Our village will soon look privilege free and at his own risk Many' hiiiia's an \\rminted\\ with State of Horidn. J Jim Smith, an Orange; : City ni'gn, I Physician and Surgeon) ;
On four IUUunM of I I. Jt M I. and tlin..> gnllottNof County \uiiiaia.. { tried for IIIII.I./dlll. IHHU tilt'Stmldal'.1 i
. quite dull. Mayor Smith wan or laWtld XL H. j jV. ;:
Mrs. tiered to see that .bonds of ('olltora1111 Linmt-d Oil mind Ih.'n'tt ithttVitri I Oil Co ;ainl IL. jury \*- IHiee aad .i4nte 014 !
Stockman and Mrs. Nokos, W. Uat.h. rinmlifT ) In Jiwtk rp 1i $i. Hid): u
Treasurer le made and filed tuhl'r. hif jjuM l \ tun:-'d .1 verdi-l 'f! 1:1111'I'
before at vn. I 4'our I O eslarr.: ? to'a. m., I to i, ': I i. ip ULTeh
l they started home, gave Tlit-*' ('..I..hr.III.III.Ulllt.! | III"\ .....I.IIH.. ,
,\ la ill : '".
I iHlcHOllwas -
('un-llilli. j D.imogvti l II:' ;':1'i n 'in' J '
farewell card party in ItidgewoodHall. 1 once.On motion a committee of three I 'S. Ink'}' \|irMjADWIIONAL i i Mjuuwr Daytonn Fruit Co.J) I10M.j I convtrte'l; f.t l -.tt'ahfll1 coat at >buiic> No "h-' "

We played progressive' enchre was appointed l to confer with Huli- j 1"11 .IV-tt-r {',,"-ItUI. MaiiAgpr of IhijitoiiH>> :\1\ :"01\. III i -- -
Trait t'., and nil ( ..t.10". ... it \ta\ I
till a late hour then (partook" of delicious fax Hifli-s to see if a fire company : ANNOUNCUMLNTS.: : : : I I'ofNrrn: I I'il.t I ;ii" ; i ji,."I> i It.lining S. H. GoveM3MTMT

rrfl't"toluurnt'4.Ctt'fllant'il (an be organized, and report to the I in \ I" "' "n-, 01..1 i | \viIIIIL || ,
You lu\.I..I.y initlHiil that n Writ <.r f
ION Silt MlfT. I /
a short time the happy crowd startedfor ('OUIK il C. M Bingham, Jr., Henry II. : .\ '
To ibi' t"< HIM'ratio \ uli-n uf \ "lu 4acuunty: I lulruitihmrtit lute IHVII iiMiifU in tlu I IklMiKK 1\U 1 1'larTO'.
their homes, ft.dinK't'ry' greatf :Schmidt; and Mayor Smith rem<< ap- I h.T<'lit niimmiirr tn\ ,,'11 a.. rAuutdttti j i.denye'aihn. ', nod that your lrnrprrI.In I i I' K..k.....,. ADd oMkv, nortlw imt .orwr 4 '
l fur .hi'riff of Vulu_l4 Gwmty..ublr/'t in the tlw. ".111" of tinMinhniitit (Hunk ..'
ul their poin".1 i-ommittee.
to genial hostesses for a delightful a ivmm-rmtk t'rlNutnr to h. h1d,11I.. IfuomlnnitMl 1 ,, I Itidgewuid and VoluHia arettutL
1I Dattotm>> Brnn h d tlu- Volu iu Count
evening Mrs.! Tulllalltle.1 On motion Treasurer Peck awl tlertmt I promt lu con.*lnllou1 \ .J I
.Is .' 1 1- llw4tji.. tb. dulli'" uf the oBltf to i t mute UII" "f I'loriiln, him lnn Ili. .r itshwa rhm tolD. I.'t"oll '" >rIIFRT -
greatly to our pleasure I by playing nstructcd to write to holder of J tyKuidn for..-.. of my a b lily. II i:. HIRKH. ninl that nnicMou ai|+*iii U fu, .1L. --'
a number ptwt-sof oIJtime music, to see if two of same ran heredftmed -- -- -- ._-- I IlIIli.1 Court on or U-f.itv II..- fit"( dot n( .1 +

and Mio and Mr Tukoy also sang on July I M, and at what hON T'NX eOILI i TOU. | JiiiM>, IIKJI. jllIJrI'nll'IIIIo) iM.iultill U FISII,
several good old which figure. Totbf IviiuMrallcotiT.i" t oll..ta countyt I' ,'ut.J\tII Uj(1\ lII.t .< onI' i.
i% Hi-nit IMnititiff : -i-
iHTehy annuuno inywlf cllod..laCt' .
heirtily cheered fur the offlrr of Tax roil.-tof/ vnlu.lu | Sworn to and xiilwrriU U-fun Muf {fy
Joseph HOt was in town Tu *- Sau'f\\o from Death. count T. ubjts-t t<> the I>rmorrMllc. Primary thin .itllll"y .April IHII! ..ml, Florida.PucUivkr :.
un May 1"l Mud, If i-ii-riml, i |.roml..> thai t h.' I ..
day He is visiting his daughter 'iluilfk of tbi> otflo' will boo ralt h'uland/ t'lMHi i- II I' \
"Our little daughter had an almost .... ... ptda.I fur Ksan.u.fuK sad
)1 James Parrott. liiipurtliilU rB. fatal attack of whooping cough t'arfeetlsu Land T I tI.'tI

and bronchitis," writes! Mr I W K -4----- -
*Found, near Tomoka, a jxiketlnwk llavilaiid, of Annonk. N Y. "but I,j ; .................................................... 1 nl}. J. It. PARSON,

containing railrmd tid f't.1. when all other lrmeileisfajirdwel! )

Owner may Lav same bv proving MI\\'t'llllt.'r life with Dr. Kin}.:'-,* Nrtt'': : DESf T,

property and paying for thin ni-tice. Hij'O"fOur niece, who had! you i | Kodaksi LRent.! .
H. F TRow ell.. "umption in advanced an stage, al-.i; Peck itlo<, oppowtc NuthFk. Bridget .
used this wonderful medicine. awl! i

. Judge llxu-h is making a great today she is perfectly well" iV-s AI Developing and Printing for Amatuers. I: IMytcSLA ThunelUS.ItwrOoi .
improvements )his Third throat and '
.. many on Ignite lung; din-aM-s' yieM l
,. which !ho to Ir New : I T
avenue property rttfntlypurchased King's lisco\eiy as t. : I.H SM.I I'
;lie the! ,1,101..1.1 | tlrt t'.l, eleaiifst
ArchiliaM lleid. He no ollwr inetlicine on earth. Infalh i ible i Edw. G. Harris : M' ..ex.l'robatrtu.Ig' Ottawa$
j .
is erecting two neat cottages and for coughs and colds. :rk' and I puri"i mit t ;smitarv and IK-SI refriger.iton. I oiintj K3.., writes "Tin- H to tt'

Lia had his residem-e novel several $ 1 bottlw guaranteed by the .wood I ,'vei nude Dial I Ofto..J It&hmd' (lorvbonidam
: Peck Block 'Phone ::
foct to the west in order to make Pharmacy and J. M JODt' Trial 91 I j
tAte to ft't mD..ad it 1111 1 1 I"- t I. it coedsyrup

room for the otLer Jio *w. r bottle free. i :.N...............................................: R. S. MALEY.I Illt).I lit Rt It J .y..r by J M u..I.Jour..:!.x 5Qc Pit

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The Daytona Gazette-News, Saturday, April 16, 1004 5 5- .
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If the Big Fish i'' : !t B1iani&ia1eT"l. i I JaPs Contro the Sea #: LJJ

r Is what you want, get ..i;.i.}: I j : 4L
.; Admiral Togo Seems to Know His Business < \

your Fishing Tackle from ; :; rURNIIUR !Inti UNMRII KING .j t His Officers \ti'CrC.Tralned: Largely at the .; ;

L \
i this stock, and you ".hogit I U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolisand

I j .: in English Naval Schools.
'im." The goods are !I. ,
Will Please You. : His shipsnreeoubtructed on American and English patterns, '

:' tip-top, and the prices are I many of them in our ship yards Is it any wonder that pluck ia 3 ;

; )loir-down.; 5 + ..........mr,,,,,,, rewarded with victory when combined with such preparation ? t
::42 : r"iLL,. l All struggles for supremacy teach the same It'tlqon-in the long ,

1 ___ : I : run the liest-cqiiipjied soar wins. We 1me the goods to back ta 1'

__ __ : : up, the prices are as low aa any and we guarantee to please or !+' a

,. a S : money refunded. F

Mason & Wall Company |if i : T-POT GROCERY i

II, [HDMONDf, Manager. i J. I:. Rl'MI, Proprietor f

1'hoiw No. 9. ll!j Olli. |U'n1a litr\'t't, if j 107 N. Beach Street Telephone 39 i

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} Local Happenings. Mrs. L. 0. RawHon, \isite at St. MiUhtll June" of f IM-Con Sj nngs Will INSPECT CO. K TONIGHT. .... ..........................................tt U.i .
this :
Augustine week.
announces as n candidate fi.i tax .
.afTbe new national frnrne, I'OLIT t'
. 4 :; JQCE, for Bale! by C. C. Barrwt. wpM Station Agent Jibb made a business collector. I Adjutant-Ornerai Foster, Lieu*.-Col. .. .. I
trip to St. Augustine Thursday. The Palmetto Club will 1UJ its '.
Thomas Goodall and party expect I NJt nil and Captain Corbett .

,to leave tomorrow for Sanford, Mo. *Trnnk, dre* -suit eases, teles- last meeting of the season next Will Arrl .. ..
>c Today.AeljlltantUl 1I
cop( 1, bags l straps, etc., at Hrndricks. Thursday. AKr T g 0
FitzGerald hits wild lots : t ti
J, B. two J. Clifford ItFoMer t .
\I J14.. J. C. Young and daughter, .
on Orange avenue to L. D. Pitcher, Accompanied by Lieiitcnuiit-
F F. J. Niver haei force of Miss Palma, left Thursday for their + i
a men at rh
of Colonel Stevens T Norvell, < f the .
work Lome at Frankfort, Ind. .
cottage on Orange
regular Tinted States retired .
Jos. S. Campl>ell and Miss Flor army
ence Guthrie were married by Judge avenue. *Just received, another lot of who has l*.en detailed 1 by the !v<'re- ... ... I

k Oox Wednesday. H.Y.Stillman thin wwk purchased l hUmmer underwear for ladies and tiry of War for alignment to the .. .. ,

two lots wi Daytona) Mreel of C A gentlemen at Hcndricks'. i State of Florida, will !l' in I Da>tona

Ballough and Melton have putdown Kil lough.Go Miss M. K. Johnston, a winter resident : today to iimjKxt the Florida :State I
a two-inch well At fie site of
of the has returnedto troop Htfltionoil in thin city. They
ll peninsula,
.. the Automobile! Club Ilouae. to \tlrkt., for bathing .
Springfield, Mat for the wi'l: lie acoompaniftl by t'.ij'Uiu) COFFEE .
suits hats, CApe, Jweet etc. His line summer. .
: Wm. Archer, General Passenger is Walter P. Cork, Anting Mrigade YORK GOF .
complete.The Near the I loud mill, at Glenwootl, .
Agent of the Chesapeake A Ohio Quartermaster
railroad, is in the city looking after : Choral Suritty hiM disbanded Wedueixlay night, John Bra \'II, a Troojw.Compivny. : S. W. CARROLL !
until October, when it'will probably negro, blew out his wife's brains ,
hi> property K and tho headquarters .
he l with a pistol.
C. Whitten who has been reorganized.C. of time Second llatallion will be in-
Miss Ruth Morris of I 'Land and i. .1
;j t pending the winter in Daytona, expects C. Pot started Monday forLitHeton ppt'l.tetl. f
to leave next week for Cedar N. C., to look' after his Harry M. IlurroA-s, of RangeleyLake General Foster and Colonel Norveil ................. {

Rapids, Iowa. mining interest Maine, weld united in marriage will arrive from the south this -- -- -

at Del And Thursday afternoon. The inspection takes arranged conveniently to be submit Com'nz to Daytona. '
Newton fof M[ W. Roberbwii, a brother of J. t
7 W. winter, resident many of years a D.' Robertfton, of this city, died last! II. E. hint, of Ocx lall, announces place at S o'clock this evening. ted for iasxx-tion. The announcement is made by

prominent Daytona week Asheville, N. ('. himself as candidate} for nlierid in The public i ia invited to lx prteeat. "Tu much emphasis cannot be Mewr( lK>l bhinR A Quigg, proprie- d
died at his home in Norwich I
Uxlay* s issiie. Mr. hires i is a well After time in! poctioii is over a given the importance of prf'pariulo toreof the City Hakeiy, that they

( Conn., last week.F. A large number of Daytonians known business man throughout thee dance will take plan for this immsjwt"tion, It is (>esKH-tcd| ) "'i1ITt'JnOto Daytona about the

: D, Casey, "who eonducUvl a were over to Italund this week attending county. "The inspection will he l inado in that in each organization every man first of May. Although! in business

launch livery hero this winter has Criminal Court. the blue uniform, andtbmpanycom- will be paraded ami no one vxcnnetl here ten month they have, by strict
Some HI.'Oul1Ilrt'1 has dumped a Iwl
purchased a place at Rockledgo and Miss Ruchaol Yau Yleck, who has! of rubbish, consisting principally mander \\'illl personally inspect theirorgHiiiiaUions from attending, except under urgent attention to their duties and by reason ,

will leave for there today. spent) the reason at the WaMmn, left prior to the appointedhour and unavoidable: : circumstanrw.Where of turning out excellent bread
glass, on Yolusi.i avenue, west of the +
Wednesday' issue of the Jacksonville Thursday for Marietta, (J.i. I railroad. The offender i if found out, to w e that all men are properly organizations fail to lass a and pastry! Hocured, an enormous
uniformed that the uniforms creditable iu Htion they will lie patronage. Tlu news that they aret
Times-Union contains a large Col. :StulteiilMinrd; and family were i hbyu\1aI1)t (.' severely dealt with. ; are "[
picture of the Palmetto House, owned among the departures Sunday. Their clean, with buttons in plax-o, cap deemed ) -) the standard of efficiency leave will bo received with regret

and conducted by C. 0. Chamberlin.J summer home "N at Coney Ishnd ,f The nmw>ns union met Thursday ornaments on caps, shoes llakttl and may I lit' ,li"l lm m'Jt.J. Whereit by customer and friends alike for '
evening and voted to raise the wale} antI that the men are shaved and is found that oirK-ern lucre been City Bakery goods have become

II Nivcr has purchased the M. C Hcirirk left yesterday for of wages to ; I.CH) for eight hours neat in every partit.ulArft>Rring negligent in the irfonaan ofi I a hou.-eh'M necessity in many t

Colclough property on Ridgewood big home at Grand Rapid, Mich, work.' The new wale went intoeffect white military standing collars and their duties; have Wn lax in tile i homes in this city. The inducement
The house will be rebuilt and will after visit in
a very plenaant n.l'tona. Friday morning. offered
white gloves. matter of enforcing discipline; have by Daytona are BO .

be (occupied Mr. N'iver anti family W S. Harrows I who has spent) the J. D. C. Morris and M. E. Grulr, "All rifles, including the** issued I failed to hold) the regular drills I't'-I i much letter than those that now

Oeo. Courvisier was among thet' seam in Duytona, left yesterday for two prominent buainews wen of to the men, as well as the reserve*I quire l by law, or lane Miffere) public prevail )here that the firm have reluctantly -

departing winter reideutmVelnet Inn liiMHO at Mandan North Dakota. Wt'8tl'atm leach 1 were in Daytona &"l'l"tyon hind should be in perfect property entriifttml to their <"an'I i ikeitletl l 1 to make the 1 1elange.

t' day. He will spend the summer at UftCrlo.ftS.. IXiane and family were this week. TIle Gawtte-Newa acknowledge order and free from rust. I to lie lost l or injured through C'al'l'-I Ittytona will be the betteroff

his home in Mill Neck:, Fong Island. among the northbound I pts-MngeiB l a very pleasant call. "All buttons and l ImlAAt'M must \Iof' 1 len 8 or neglect, they will ordered I for securing as citizens two

, For the best shoes for the least ThurwUy eimnite to Springfield T. Whttten, formerly of CKxxl- brightly |pol li i>hed.l l before a li<>ard I for einmiua-" i young inon who are surely making I
Mass., their summer home.
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' f' money go to Hendricks'. His stockis all, but now a prominent tomato

always for inspectionCan .\ large audience attended the reception of Dade '
open your grower ((mnty.VIUI visiting I .
given at the Opera Hoiiae
lidates for county office lu.vc I Friday evening of last week by Mrs. with friends' in this vicinity this I / Nt i iii

until fio 21st inf-t. to put up thtii h Howard mid her d.utring: rlnas. ueik. lie wan accompanied by his II I I 4 ii iiH

IOn, Kelley. They left yet4rrd.ivfiftonioon
t" assessment with the secretary of t'c .\ chicken supper wi'l i be given at ,

county democratic executive com. the Hotel iV',;iriand next Wednl<'iy for 1liami. I II I I i i4f

!t.' mittee.Sir. from ." to 7 p m The pruceeth will At the next" meeting of the Cit\' :
go to the high school building fund
Council an ordinance ngulaiinsanitary .
r )
: / and Mrs. Theodore Seng! tackyond
.1. V. Disk Mond for Loveland
daughter left .y -
arrive Monday to accept) lite po ition The rules of the august body \\illlll'!
Ohio. Pro and MM. Illount
of night opt'rnt->r at the reid, made 8".11l'ndtJ for the evening so Ihalanyonf'
rill occupy their home on the peninsula vacant by the n-signalion of C. ('.
may discuss the matter It
tins summer. Reed.Mr.
i is to l IIf' hoped that all interests I mil I I

George S. Adams, Deputy Great mid Mr*. Schuyler M. Coo departed attend the n\t>etinR.

Commander of the of the Wednesday for IltgliUnd
Knights /
.f.\ Park, III., where they will spend the Cecil Pettepher. the 11-yetr ,,1!' ''
Y xe 'J\ MaooabcHv: i it in tho city for Tliftiaxetle-NewM follows .
Hiuniner. son of Mr. smith Mrs J. C Petti-I'll.| .
f a few daYIlie has just organic! them met with an accident Thnr.lsvhieh \ln Ii t ,4 t

i T *. tents at M. Augustine and Likeland} Mrs. W. C. WiMnUand daughter, resulted in a broken arm I li i j V.+ ,

; New Iwby caps, ruffling, mils, who have<< been t-upying the Bart- had climbed to the top of amagnnli i t _+ i
? fane, lawns, shirt waixts and other U'tl cottage on lidgew,>'l|, left fur tree for the purpose of gathering i s .e. ,
their home nt Cleveland, l Ohio Tues
f r." goods at Hendricks'. blossoms when without warning a I

r day. limb broke throwing the little fellowto ti
There will he a supper for the
f' benefit of the Daytona High Schoo William MHJr.uh. the IwirlM-r is the ground, a distance, of ..1.0111 I I _
next Wednesday from 5 to 7 p. in now the rhninpion. howler of Daytona. :'J3 feet Sheiley iKniglaKS, a I 11.1)-.1.1I I ,-t' t, t H
t. at the Hotel Ut rbn'l. The menu We r will consist of chicken pit'bthl, of ti)0) in twelve ntinuous 8tri ea. who carried the um-onHcious !1111\- i, 'T :

sandwiches[('(\, ttire ciwn This is Hoiuething that very wldomoecura. home. Dr. Ech was call.sl, and f t
iO and cake. found that the left arm was broken
I L between the elbow and hltoulJer. A Till HALIFAX W'U.S.
r Miss! Delia Sullivan, of Indianap- rapt. K. E. lawrence took a party tooth was also broken by the fall. -- ----, -
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t olio, Ind., diet Wednesday at the (low n the river Thursday on a fishing last night the boy was renting easy their relieved) success of their iiUHincHH by honest, '
home trip. Tho deciples of laaac Walton "The armories should! bo in condition tion as to com] tency, I
[ of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Douglas,
on Palmetto avenue. She was =3 o who iok the trip were 1)ukeVilder It has l been practically decided to paw inspection for clwn li- of>> colluRRwl or removed from office aa straightforward inetlRMls. They tf

years of age. The rt'mains'l"re C. C Reed, Lee Rodgers and Sim not to send am'mt'rical1. machine I ness, as should all lockers and packing the circumstances in the caw maycean I have just closed a deal in Ib.tonaI

prepared by Hingham & stale} and I Hen uott.Another. to compete in the Gordon 1 ItennttlCup :.. boxes. Uniforms and equipments to demand." I whereby they com into iioHnewion

shipped to Indianapolis for interment change in the schedule of races, which take place in Germany not in ue should le neatly It lof the (bantling llakery in that city. I'N
the coming June. This mean Testimony of a MlnKter.Ilev. .
the Florida Fast Const Railway went that no elimination trials will IK'I j i folded and packed, but convenient John S (';)I, of Wake, Ark, -W eAt Palm lUwl. Tropical Sun
New stock of Indian Head juiTccived .. into effect Tuesday. Train ,now !held on the ( trmuoud-1)aytona Head 1 for examination. writes. "For I 12 years I Huffertnl from ---
Northbound 1:5.1a.
/ at Hendricks'. arrive as follows: : this month. ..SlexanderVinton wire!i l 1 "All stores believed be umerviceable )'tUojauntlit't'. consulted a number A Love Letter
and:55: ,,
in. p. m.; the officials of the Florida EalCoast of phyMciana and trie*! all wirlNof
0 The annual business meeting of 1:27: p m. and ;):4k+ p in.Situ !I of every character, should Would not iittenvt you if you'relooking
/ the church !held Autnnwlli1.AAO'iati"n tut of retoedie, l but got no relief.. Thtn
/ Wednesday fiaptist: evening, and the was following 1 '11IH'tt. who lift held a posi other day requesting them} to ask, i be wparatfd from the serviceable I began the nw' of Electric Mitten, for a guaranteed salve for

officers elected for the ensuing| tion ut the local railway sUition for the (parent association to grant t\ property and Isis out for inspection. and feel that 1 am now cured of a sort-*, bum or j He*. Otto Dodd, of

Trustees-J II ColI.I I. W the pant year, leaves nest Tuesday. sanction allowing !him to go att'lrt'lt'Ordli !; Inventories of the unwerviceable diwswe that m had! me in its grasp for Ponder, }I'I., wrist: "I suffered withan

Rich and J. F. Farris; treasurer- for MusMu-huitettH( where J he huts accepted with his Bullets II and 111. stores should be prepared and prcsentetl 12 years." If you want a reliable ugly tore for a year, but a box of
Fred Stones; clerk-H T. McCIrl! a |petition at operator on the I which are now stored in the gars | to the inspector. ineilicine for linuntl\ kidncy trouble, UueUfttg Arnica Salve cured me.It' .
1ani; choirster--A. K. Itrokavv. 4''\ I 1"wtoii A Maine railway. C. C Reed,, of the Florid) Motor( Company. 11 t tomftch diiiorderor general debility
thAt tlte board II "Company record books, 6"of Electric Uittere. It's d tLett naive on earth.; 25c.at !: .
debt of $00) was paid.: The church vvlio has! filled the position as nigh! is not probable racing get gtaranU
will be entirely finished and furnUhed aerator at lUytona this winter, will I I of the Am'r Automobile A" ocia_ onWre, retains copies of reports by J. M.Jones and tlte.\twoodPbar- \twtll"ll'harmary and J. M,
i before fall. acteutujoany 11int. Lion will grant the sanction and all jaHK: llanitotts papers will bet I InaC)', Only 50c. Jou*, drugwiQrt'


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I th.Ift; i ew to'l'k. ... I hr class t higi rb against the boy*.- a 2MnUL 1 I After the inspction was over, the !
eon Leajtte"and: ne--;. J. a 3 lc: home; in' DajTona: anti left Wednesday he will -
At the cAd of school announce public indulged in a social dance,
ir' will /r: Mr. Palmer will The Cherokee will make .
Reynolds apeak on the He ifi ca- ('friego. a trip
("al)(. C. 11. Spencer request the whk-h side had target 27, Smith as guests! of the company. At 12
tion of Temperance Workers of the be quite buy this summer lurking WeJnestlay, April up I II
that his general average in their "'01 k. As Conrad'n o'clock time daneero departed for
Hulow "
Btate. All i invited to after World' Fair btiMiieiw for theWabash Gazette-News to announce creek leaving r
are come and
Lear these gentlemen thebe topics.u Railroad I. of which he is assistant lOll entitled "Get There Samuel. the girls are greatly IB the majority, dock at 9) o'clcck, calling at thebrilgt'S their (hOlD delighted with the entertainment
ojj .
75c for the
aniimlidcut 'f trip-
they winning
IK' from next
M, Bingham, Sr, secretary general pasngir agent press '

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6 Daytona Gazette-News, Saturday, April 16, 1904 ,

Par CityI c.--y _
!! 'trte .
IN'i. .................................. MORMONISM'S HISTORIAN. I } Y@
r *tfnHy anauunct mVoa i
; : ,_,
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Aadretv J..... ..d III* ......laO.aCoaeeriilac 1 .1 Announcements dab forNelectiontoI U.er.h tjf.
; ; Bond Lumber Company f Latter Day e.lala.One 1i i. I Cowm / rfur tlttt

,, '!'rA'l''i@!..i H1l:!JNt.tiq <4a Count/, subject to tbs .
of the root Int..rt8t1n'ltn: e11 Democratic Primary to L
t'na..r thU bead *III appear ttt.aDDOUftt"Inl'n' '
In the senate bearing of the Heed 10 loot aDd U
r ,) MANUFACTURER; I -of rnudldait fur tb. radius 8Ut &D4
Smoot cage was Andrew Jensen astlt.int and t' II Tbfcbarit lurlnwrllonof annoonc > ROUQ1I AND DRESSED LUMBER/ / historian of the Murmoo church, from now until ih- | rln arle. anover, will ability

l :: : PING AND CYPRESS \ *r who contributed much Information at I iw is.11(1, M ii--ytlun, burner, br151 mad FIAf$
< I a" Ihr rare of those Yobo s.'rk: election l Mr
to the organization of the Utter Day C'''Ullt) iM-ri> or Memb.'r.uf alac -
rF iLntli I muiy li...rtl ..r I'uWlc .....,ueUuo. whuIll By the sollrltatloo of ..? ?,, 1 b
; : Sliinules l Flooring, Cl' lillJ.r, Hrick, Lime | Faint all I.. t"liArortod fllo BOUBC myself a randidatn for
la the course of bU teitiuiony Jen- I tied lo IMI dutlacily undertint. that noaniMMtacmaent to tb office of County ommlatt
4J Offlc and Yard: East Ooait will V Inserted llbout t stetted pledge Myself to *or ,T
J ; and Cement in Stock. iuu*ay and orange A'..ou. Ion Mid there are fifty-three stakes 1 ....ftlilftltl for In lid nu.. Interest of the taiptj. *
"((*) wards In Zion, a president being at Willie
miles south of Jacksonville.Kalamaioo ails Itookkeopcr-Coodness.. --- --- -- -
M lLL*-Bond Mill, Atlantic Ooait IJn Ry..IOII' the bead of each stake and a bishop of -
AH Hanford Hrnnrb of the V K. C. Ky. this Is about the fifteenth time jou'vedusted lull TAX .1MMBM,.nlt
the ward A stake U about the sin I hereby announce myatlf a
desk off today.
: Phone 83 R. J. MAUI, Manager. of a county uiually, but with the Increase icy GcneTiere t take. this 1nf'lu.1 of "BOtllU'aOj{ m.11 t County. commlMlooer: frontubjert flit,
Office Hoy-Ab, MU men V to U action of UM
lula IwmanM
Tax Ass for
a< a ri iKlW"l* for ssor >
l of the population it has been > mary, M ay |% 11. a ,
wot' In lore will do foolish thing tol l'rwnly.ahJeYllnlh anion of thI rmeratlr *- 1C IITJ
NiNII.......11111110NIOIN011001001101i011 necessary to make aa many aa three l'rlmarl4'C'tlnti: to I* held UylU,, -1is=-
stakes In of the oonntles. Tbere near de. object of dere affectlonAmerican. hi... I a.lc tb,- unM..r> "t*H my lm -- -- --- -- some Fer J.step afia
Cb1eeo friends and If ekcted, I l'rut"l. that the Pcaca
.... .1..1...11.i1....11..III.1..I..III ..'*"*; nre from are to thirty ward in each husine..uf IH' onWn hall rwrt-Ue my careful At the aollctlatlon of
and .un.nlloull alinll a* In th* my Ir1ffo4'l i -
stake. ....... announce mywlf a Band
n..II..at EI' part H II WII $ IN. Mate Cor
: MALLORY Three men constitute the first presidency That wan a splendid back tall youmade ai Justice of the Pease for Uit Q
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over tM whole church and each CUAEU$ R
la your death scene last night,
stake has a presidency of three remarked member of the .'e1Rt'Lkalll.'IC 'CITQ1CItT
n young
: LINES ;! sons. The president of the per.Ii I company to the eminent traffedlan. I hereby announce myself a citmlkUtr for For Cleft Criminal Cealrj,
rel the bead of tbe church,
Appointed by Tbe Litter looked at the flatten r ('oUrltI' Yduld.'ouatywbleeltolb. I hereby announce mi cnn,,.,,.,., ,
and be In turn selects his own counsel with a Auspicious glare. ... .'...M#.l of the ln orr tlc Primary lo of the Criminal Oourl If tbs ledtllalpp
rhmughtkkrt.tl/,1ra' York. Philadelphia. : I., lark May !n, l' M. I fully ft.JIiJftIC'lA' ib! the vot r results to my n-i> atlua
: ors. The blhops are also chosen by 'i "
i "Yes, be said "and I'd like to lay kind... .hr.t.'fow>shown nn by tb. poopl I sill endeavor lo filhfull prtor# }
New Haven, t'I..II.JuD.. rttouuigton, : the president of the whole church. The datl a ( y
my band-i on the blithering Idiot who of INs I'ouniy.aiMt. hkoHid I btt .! ot+'<]. I JIr Sat

: PrOrl l.'fl(..1, Full Rifer, Hudon and S people send up a name or list of names.fh soaped the stage floor." Cleveland ball Mideavor to .MUfully perform titduties .- -
of Ibe office Ik*future aa I bavalnHAMTKL
POINTS Plain Dealer.j t ,..t. I> JOHUAN. F.r Scaaol eo..,.....,.
I hereby
announce my wlf a caaii,

: lit rut** LOWER: THAN VIA ANY OTHEK: LINE- Thieeneemer s i j' \ Long A..... FUR IHIUXTY JI'tIUI:. for member of the Board, of hblir
"Yes." remarked tbe Russian soldier tructlon of Volosia County, toatlct
j trains leaving Jftvk : >uvilk as follows: :
every Thursday, : I' I ...rtJb11 01UMe tbal I will! he a candlda myself,iubKt to the action of
"I Intend Inscribe t6gDtlsi
: Via the rVn MftndM.. ..10:10 a. in. (Metropolitan Limit") : proudly to my name i# at then*11 Draaurratlc rrlwary ..1.0-! eratic Prinrnrr. ilay lo .

Yi.i 1'lAtit Svntriii... .. .................. .1:15: '>> p.m. e In large letter on the roll of Immorta 1 lion for be office.f Oount> edge, l than 15)04i <'
my trl.ndrtor last favor, and promiM' (Is : i- KIA
\SfAboAhl:; Air 1. 1N'. 7:40 p.m. (Fast 1Iftll.) fame, though I die In the attempt"The try to merit tbiu In ib.< futurtv

S I'nxwnifrH-H ltar Il.iytona .":'_'!) nm and : II I II Japan >ymi atblrer rubbed bl* J. I.KKMcCltnilY.:

:!::?;? put, tanking donconiMttion*. II I q chin thoughtfully --- LEGAL

S For illuNtrntcd. matter, di "nuuII. rm-rxations, tkVeti. etr. ndJrene : I \Vlmt Is that roll wade of." Le 'U-c MRFRIII' NOTICES!

I asked "rublK-r? Or will you do It InInstallmentsrClndnnatl
:.!:.owe t liar street. I announce my.olf arandtdatr l..for! t M
I \ 11mt1- laf.I .
: A W. PYE, Agent, JorkwmvilU-. 'l'Iotj.lu. : I I coming. IVmurmtle Voluata Primary county for If Ivetcd lfeoDlnltohr'rro re lo (First l"nb. April N
thUlmiwnantikmce. I will perform tbetlutl -
, : five,. II Clark:. bxalAp'tit, 11I1)"t4l1l1fI..\. iS I ('ODIU.t.I.Clall 111..11. ... tat > lifkl of mjr abllliy. In
f "Derr's one t'lng I can congratulateinewlf Your* rnptH-l fully, Volutla County Court.
M id/.. .... ....t...0.000.t.*.1/IIIIII..1 .1.. ..1...1. on." said Meandering Mike. J.>IINR.TITRNKK. lowly. Florida.
By Ib* County J udg 'of Bald roustyt
I "What's dntr inquired Plodding ---- Whereas, lianlel MhI , Court for Lelt.rsit
: i 1< Pete 'CIR T \X ('CII.Uf'On: estate ul haul A. And AdmlnUtratkiaw< run I'J..t&ultaideounty !

FI.T.. BRACEY Mlt1ui.trfltltFtlt. nf1iii I/j; II cilt.\m: "B3 never enrnln' any Itt lW'-I In dr- To lb. UnniiH-rallr Yo.r."lulIl.. IteKinnU-d (I.> I ih.oouuty. Ibl'rtD'GlItil

fust I'l.-iM-: I avoid liarla' any caue c count).: I rmiM: tfully annouiu-f III) wit a ?here are tberrforr If> II.. and Wta
Moss and Fiber Mattresses. to reproach me elf fur Fpfidin' It fool- candidate for iv-4-lwJlon n> for i>fflc.. of ?atvdleelorforlhlsrvuntr.uh T all and lii8Ulur the ,t"dr. .'. and .rt'ttlttq?_

j Uh." Star. retlolbr net of ..... decraaHl, lo IH- .,.11 .>i Wntihitifton
Democratic I'rtwary.and If uomlnated and
Densrinh4M'nlldltandFnrnitnrt'nn' StovesYotu JWbdayof .Aurll, A. 1- i I'Nrdal.!
eket.d.wIillsllbfullylwrfunath.ddtlessaid 01 tl milf any they hntn l6'
gild Fnrniti.r MtIVack l, Good unNVw I osier to I litImt + I:" ; Somelb/.lr of Sameness. as aforrwlM" ul l. rN h.1.l., taal.r
St. and IWlcvK-w A ve Iay tOlla. Fla ;( II I'KRKINKKMITM.FORCOl'NTY : (<.. g ranted. prayed.wltDeaawy "
Dirk Ilingle U the right sort of ..mf a*> < ant) Judultru
i I --- --- --
-- I II man to run a n'wllf\fIlf for profitWickWhat's M.dJ1'ITOR Cottaty I'M. aforekafe, able nib dal of Ie tI\

I I Ito copyright ty Iurdj1!:st<>nANDREW be done now? ,(KJAL.1: J. Las Mr1'aoly.'
I Pl<-k He ran the same picture of a To Iko iNrMorrkllc Vutrn of VoloU ("<>nntvKlrttp Jade

1 Or P r lrs"r CI.\.s \\I U1c : he selects\ one JttiSLNand :There ore otherolUcem. RuMiinn bultletblp four tlinett with a county( of the: I criminal wn acandWale ruin of for RMurd county, .u Hollctor }**t-
different name under It, and nobody to I be action of the Democratic Primary tco
I called teachers, who arc 8.// could nutk-e the dltrtrt" CltouoJ ha bold on May M, !.t't. jf .om"al/ 1bn ( b. April S-Lat pub. April fib
(( -
all of .duo
>mlae to faithfully perform tb
( ii ) Tu lected by the bishops. Plain Dealer. He Inruml...nt upoa .... APPLICATION FOR AMKNIMEXTCIIAUTEIL; ot
Jensen described the duties of teachers I Very rf.pfci fully,

(i who are required to Instruct and The Mlwatlou, JAMKH W. I'KltKINH. Notlf I* l*>rby glvt-n that nn or abold
-- the k reprove members who violate the rules'
I Mm. Toppm-ane-Toe fact Sri fta b
d. East COlUt Automobll.
of the church. No officer .VH (',,"STTRIoI'IU.I:. AuurUttoB.,
BEA! \ even too Home (Iotlb t. eorpuTBtwl' nadir for laws of the ) &tt"
DER'SI president of the church Is above the Klorlda, *III apply tolls,' HunorablsH. MII4t
Her Makl-Dou't you know what totlIy.ma'am To iH-nna-ratlc V. tr.of VoluslaCounly Jom-., Judcr of I h,- Hv> t.trJudkW a,
I blftbop nod teacher of his ward 1 In ? : cull of Klorklu for bus ppnivtl 01 ftf1III
I announce myself a nod
matters concerning moral I conduct 1 In )tN. t'optrcrcanc-l'/a but I don'tknow dair for rv-Hfcltou to tlie ofllrriif County suirndulrutstolhr rhri r gnntedto
A> .
the ward. TrrBPtun-r. lo Ibv d.>,'Uliin of theiHiiMnrallc /
TONSORIAL I bow Kulilfri dnU t.. .
PARLOR I I I to spell lt.1'uet.ArU'llaI ann tu AI f .IInN eYlr.treal
I l kvour
Primary a
II iuo varurcily .
I In answer to questions )Ir. JeueiiI nuouiirl. If nominated and derl**!. Mellon all? .f uli" dart

I I sail/ that be bad never known of a .\rlhl h' s, _ua.tb", llldlM-hariC.' du/lrsrf tinnttlrv to the amrndwllurrad Ise and the Mm aa It i here>iin a I.t<< I'Ibeklgla n ngtd aa4{ _
M ei of aMIHt.. ItitiMTifully.J .
| prosecution of a polycatnlst woo rout amount of lud..I..III.r lUhlllfy
ctu't help fet-Hujfiaorry J.1lNy.1NT.tnIltMCi'T. .
a 243 North Beach mbkh the corl.rauon.aual *njxtllblf ,
Esc Street. time
I I; Untied to the with plural wives be bad I for the Humlaiw. i shall not ,,,' iix.ri than Ettess

I married prior to the inftntfeto of isjn 1. IsnU-ll.-i That' what I : it*.? ihuumnd dollars, or I'll".n I ini- <>f tb/ riles
OK pfHi.ic tSM' un'TluS of th of .
properly the "'ro Iratlon. Jttti
. -- 'i! and 8nld that It any Mormon IohOUItIIntorm / foals such lovely bras and copperIlilral for be tM-tlrr uroleciluu t i "r..II.Qf1 UiI

. -- -- -- -I against a nolvrumUt under antlqued.-IndiaaapoUa Journal. I hereby announti> m)Belt a candid sir for said Kkirkl ....tfoakt \lI..moWI. Ann,
i 1 conditions \ rehHtli>n M tupertMtend of Public luutrueiton elation may and u h. r> t.,' Ow""ft
F I rucb against President of '.01..... County, subject to abe Uu hnad to did awl II". '. tuM boDcI...
; Smith for Instance nuch Informer \ action of tbe Demorraile Primary and re- to sicwd In tout thfkuin i.f xi\ii I: ** UI
DAYTONA ask for .if all IIooIllOt'.LIt. ..... dollars, and tu .
TRANSFER CO. would be odious to most members of Snow at t IIfIt't'tlull) support .. M. ur J i.y mart|.q
.IT 110111. on rr.I l or pcraoniil u IH-OIMTM ,.r Mb ItJJ
i ( _.__ _. .
the cbureh. Through his testimony VLADIVOSTOK V ".,suns .-- _-- IU -llrpt"I&.IHUThat -- '

1' JOHXSTOX.; 1'ruprlrtor.Rubber Mr. JfiiMMi made It clear that the president HAS FALLEN $ KTllon t'u nf laid f
In ,
and thv
Var Two. Ttevi.Chlcaco. MI DMli b 'nl..r Itsnced Yl
t of the Mormon church In ab )- I Iwrelty anuouutt- m>m-lf a fiMidldalf for HUH>ndrtl that lit* lass ..<'iit n<'.- in Ial4
Tire Carriages late dictator JuttrnaLCirS' the ufl1lr of Hupxrlnlfiidi-nt of Public lulruction ion shall ra...| a* follow "Tli.< total riles
fine Horses Cartful Drivers of its affairs, spiritual ami -- of VolUkia county .ul>J<>*-l (<> thfacthm ollb* pc<.V* 'ty at Mid rp 'BIn'MMirv 4U IQC
temporal. III a..' DennH-nitlc. Prtniar to IMInIll than i.rnt-r..nr tb..uaan4.
\\V are:> .equlpd| for "Straw: IM...." Tin* Hn...t turnouts in the tlt -1-- ornciAi. May IIIlIll1i. I make t he flier oil lif tan"
\ln\ .... ..._ 'oll..lnte Btelfurm: If eln-Utl I plrduililj. Thejirottuwdaiiiriitliii' III I .1. urn OCt obi!
... .
'r ..'hark* I. Smith ...
Mluwa nl'rt all traiim and tale to of "THE TIGER'S TAIL wlf to deride m> fuser lime. and i>" to then .. elf Ihf C'ltrk ..f i II. ( 'Ir'un Colt
puM-iwr any part thecitj.Trunlii Tit.v t'Irrk..J. W. \\ ilkiiwonThnMiivr thf work i,f tbr offlo.Ix-ll- ,Ins that only In. uf1'edurl.county.! .'lurldedunuglb/
dulivereil I hll say can justice hfduae our Mhootlnif anryof this nabs.
I'nlml.lIy :Stable opiMNiiU' l'ublk- Stt.uoL How the Spit That tiaard Tort Ar. ..... .... .. ....... ...Pnuik T. PeekMnttMir ...-\t, and to lit- lax payer*of the county. (Htgn ii 1r U,R1U.1l KAMT: <'tI \RT A

thar U Fortiaed. .\ ........... .. ...1'.11. IlinKham r Very 1.UIF.M n'"p''t'I'ully.I.. "TTII.1c1 BILK AHHtH'lATIoN.ttt / ( .
>KH>RATE ) 8y ( li JilitnoylC&
Telephone 27WORLD'S The harbor of Tort Arthur the RIMslan CoAn'tur............, ...........II. P. I) iiiglSlarnlial ... MEAL: t l....11
stronghold considered Impregnable ................... .. .. if.Yf.IUJ
... .... ..M. II. Buber l.r State Altwney. l>atnltbl. nrlt day III A I".rte. A I'. hot
until captured by the Japs from tbe
\IIJ..rllk'n-Ed U. lUrri, presidenilrnry'rhmalt.liihiam.llwot t: 1 renpt-cifully announce my candidacy for
Chinese! ten years BRO, U formed by an the pt'.llItJ'II'tlom..y thi>rfetenthJudicial U'Jrtt Pub. Apr.. 'la-t May T.I>
ICaw t. Circuit of .Florida .ulijcvt to Item
oral Inlet of the
FAIR RATESVIA Wen about two uiltai H. Matlliewi., .1. M,.F. Porter J. A.lindHckiniid ocratlf nomination on May Iti, I..... I offer !\ooak.ol Application for T.i Deed fate I Ilion Pie
long from east to wet and 0110 mile and plod.- a risen' and -arlcM adnilnltt 6 of Chapter 4888. Lars .f FtorWc '
from north to south. It Is surrounded I | .,..ron..ll. JlaU-x. Pouts lion of tint duller of tIKaboti* honorable
uAlrraad r..ptIC'IIIIII)' XotirV u Iwtvby givm that C C. Fining .
by high bills and Ita only entrance 1*I < iiin-tn Ntn-oiid and Fourth Monday ol dlbrolw'Iou.ntlbr nI-lrntbJudktaiClbcull purchaser oi Tax Irttiteat/

Louisville by n narrow channel on the soutltern rush' month at 7'M p. In. 01 Klorlda JnHN ('Orlando. JONKH: ,Kla.I A. 1731, dated the 7th day of Jape i

& Nashville R. R. fide A slender spit of land, known as i City Attorney.....................C. II. Sucer D. 1M*>, has filed raid eerlifjate ia Bjl

"1Ip Tiger's Tail" which runs die go. Cit. 1.1t.\.it.mn..I'r. II. H. ti'-nljeS. olfiee, and has made OlplkutlOn for Uy

Firnt .''l.pol Tru l tera-4i 'o. H. J.udwic. C. a I. hert-by respectfully announce mytelf a deed to iwue !in accoidamv with Ufa

class Exi'UMtin rates fn.m. J.K'kit 'I\\' ..11, i lu >. ,,..H. Ilinuliatn $r., tind I). I.'. Month.W raadldate for the office of Hiatr'i Attorneyof Said certificate embrace the followtef!

and return lirgmnini April, !.irI. u.krK, ....lei| | ,|;ulSjiccial \' ) -. tbeacttonof the rwentB th*Judicial Hemocnillc('Ircull.ubjrct Primary. to dencritd lrollt'rt'YllltlJllt| tI in Yolattj!
Coach ('.:"'IL U. Bt'TT. county, f'JoritJo, to" It l.t 1 S Kxcui: >ionroumltrip 1.1.1. Aiaiv Tp. 1U, S. Rang 3E.; 48 n, res. TW
$ !tlll r<;..
limit 10 Mum limit lW.'iiil>r l.: tli.S" .- .""", Th- niati\ friends of John Illount will said land being aMftd at the dAtul

from date of daJ4l pli-am-d to l,"urn that he has entirely For' AtUrney (knrral. the iMiuaiHw
sale. ( 9 5 :il;;? !IO ...;W' of Ilk h mtifiuitc l I la till
roturn limit (h) .
sold only on May Ilut'1. n"'II\.1 I fn tn bin attack of rheum. 1 hereby announce m> candidacy the uame of iVnJHiiiin Strum taless&dcrrhtleate |
I "KIM rimniherluin'a Pain I Italin currd office uf Attorney ieneral of the Male ofh'lortda. shall lie'
and :31 St. :Sl'7 .HI Return limit I l.i (la'H.CorrcspondinJ II him. ,ifi tinINHI ultject to thi- ai-tlon of the Imo 11'I'rlus II 8r'conliJf
'i dortom in the 101$8'
I Us derd, mil
II Troll Primary May M>. WH I r...|iectfullyollcli 1..11.1 ti.<>reva 0a

] low i\i ttt's ''he I.. & N- is the BEST I I ..linl' I 'Iulfuiltfl toiv<< him l'I \'- thf .lunintri of all li-niocrat. the llth day of slay.t. I) P i HI.>
i i'6.i I'l.nuj.t r 'M fiom 1 sun obit Ii W II. KI.MS: Witneiw my otftiul kignathr I .' land

from other points. LINE l : to St. Louis, 'nun., nt :-iffon! in aloiH- worth _.. -- -- this the Nth day of Aprn' \ ii I. J:IQt,

'. i p i 1'.t.. }'t'r unle lit all
for ktprr/.al.tlre. [SEAL] t S MIKI: I). J."Ithtr. .
-i illr I
Fur 1IC'IIt'lIul.. ""'I.iuK -- I hereby announce my candidacy for re.of Clerk Circuit Court Yolnxi.i "< .unty, j jKlr 115
1'I\r re-rvnu In. or further| Inr"rlUitUnn| writ to lln.l a War Ullh Him. C'1f't"IuIt.. a member tbe italature. forVoluala
('oun,). Miltjtf to the action of the '
( I'ub. Apr. ', IN-.I. Ma> >
C. L. STONE i ii Sciiionr WU boasting to Anna 1..1I1Ot'.lt Primary, May Hi, IWM
j. M. MI1Ni. P ol''\ n THII) .iM J. M Pat RK M \N. Notke of Application for Tax

IIttt.ri..r .1R'.nt. : "lit nn IIIH just .kedtnH>
Florida l.n..Jlj.r, \M\'nt, my Under Section 8 of Chapter .fSU,
i.nuisrilk', Ry band. 8111' remarked.
:.frti; W""I 1111.. :Stnl't I Having bi.ii tollrltMl by frli-ndf to ln> a Laws of riorlJa.
"T1jat'notblnr! retcrted the qoeen, candidate for n-eli-ctloo to House of Hf pnwuiaiIves -
------ -- Jill k-ont itI.! .. FloridaFIORIDA'S I "he bi-: Just ufked me for bead." I annouare my candidacy for Notice U hereby kita I\t', (" Fllk;
my MM 0" lee, aulijecl to the Primary electionKecnertfully. fling, purchaser III( Tnt tin I >uat* J fd

I IiIU CtON "THETIOIK'HTIIL, I SnI.stHjueiit events frbowtil Iwth ladies J77H, dftt..l the 7th.I.t., .f( JJUt'; J.lHS ,. ,,
roBT *U .
C' I.
pnmted: the YoilcTrlbiiiie.
FAMOUS mjuent-rXc-w >y bail .
TRAINS. I! Turn filed send "I', ,lit! at' ial

I I oilier, aDd l has nunli alq p,.. ,ti.< D fete...:

t Chicago & Florida Limited uully across Its northern extremity I -- To the Dana'rack%fltfl'll ofolitcin i iI deed to IMI.UC in ii. ,., ,, : vulb (1a"4!
nets as u breakwater and
protect lit r i 101 Penluslna. Said eertiHcnte emliiai tl-! f..ioallq'diserited { '

St. Augustine, Jacksonville I harbor from "torlUlt.I Mau-l-I'm afraid I intruded when County: proi 'rty eiiu.iixl; 111 luls.ilf''
I .
Chicago hrrrliy nnnoiitR inyaelf
,v St. H
Louis The high hill on each side of tbe dropp In on you um'ipwtwlly the for the I-eifWatUM*. nubject to the action county Florida, to w.t N .f N 1'-

Thh twluiuKrai,'\ 0t Ile! .,???,., ,lall. I.In..r.e >{ Au"Il".fi,..,. j entrance are lined with forte the high other evening. Mr. Spnunautore look '>f the primary tu be held May 10, 1110-1. \St-c. 7Tp. ly.S lIulI;';. -. I. NUectlas'I'

Jl\I'honfllltt. m-n*fI. and at, ,Luau.. and, nIollN( ?... I efet I elm that on Golden. bill on tbe tl 18 if be were l'ropoldog. MabelWell If nominated awl eiete l, I proiuiw tl"' the Id land being u_'>- ,! nt the ddr

twnrly two hour I'his, ??, I.. tlu, .1."tolar.1| fll qu.k.', ? .h.III" 1'c | tustrrn ..I.f('. Thin foil Is 410 feetI i I IMO tie wasn't. IIe>was only i osine. Kood x-opie of my county that I shall of taw iHMuanee of "u. h I 11 .1.1: ate II PI-
} I'd. t."" "I pnw.'ngrrserene i above level and i Cblca List efforts for their tints of Valentine Ituli"n I I Idt'lll tf4ivitiffafttenball /
funneling of( 1'1111":111: 1..tlbuhit I completely torn ;o Tribune uw my ln-nerit. and
paUu..ul IIruwill'''"''III. SI.'ping. flllltl j I WHIM'S' the channel. On the hills west ---- -- Hluill alwaya arruunhitialy guard t.b.oposed l ndou.o < 'irdiaf} *
Hiuillg ant law
l Illswluttiuu t'urs 1"'I&\t'8-if.: of tie huuuci trtiHt in the tax dm will IM.U.) tit. ti 'ID OII }If'llth
JlkhOIJfillto.I"IOo.{ \1I1o.t. 7. O.. in. I' are other strong forts III. 9rn. .,r 1..tlDIC. by people.J. day of

1 m. tlnt.-l'Ia, nuns i 101'. In .1, I."UII'. t.:1-1'.1It.1.: : while along the shore I I.* a string of ".\r yon ure that'mule is Mind I:. J. M.tltsH.t Witn Mn my May oflii A ml II i.iyiiinre--:I I'-ot''!I $ ,

"THE DIXIE I wailer fortlfltot one! reaching up to "1"..., sub In his eyes be 1_. but IOU: -'- -' -- --- this( the Nth day of Aptu \ l> 1'jOi.Herk .
FLYER"dacksonvillc I "the Tiger's Tali." Near the tip of tbe ile orter we him feel fen youiwkl: 1:1 3 P.r Judge of the Crlmkiil Court. [8au.) SAI4I LI' I) JIIapAS'
tail t U a huge fortification, tbe
guns of l.eelii.-\tljnta t'oftitutlou.
I to Ch l'.hlf ) and St. Louis. vlilcb tare a btralght weep down tbe ---- o I In-will held t.on a candidate Hay lit, for lo-fore rv-Htt-Mini the Primary to Circuit Court \.lur.'n i .":tnt,,-F.

I Pullman 1'eatibld.,I. I rnN ,Ing.ruu.n. $l'" ,pmg ,( ." ,, channel, to the entrance of the harbor. |I II I You may te buy. but if Las irrwni' poitUon of Judas t of lb..1'Nminal my .****..
(llk'ago ??? uikM>.. .rl'r l to licsldes this fort 'you *r ( ourtof VolualaCounty.and ak tbe 0 .0*..*.***.
there tup-
ami St.
L--. tin Tift" I arc seven Canet I| time .wf
I"'I. .\tlulila. to tell Jour trlAJJ1t- not port of all .II'n"11tt'1t"'tur.. otiiiKat t
I : i'IwttanW. yotisro
u.U.Mount.i.OandNa'II\, .1l1to., I"'A" ." ( :lj luth quirk Crera in an open battery I .aidelation. IKAAC A.MTKWART.
CI'h' busy .
JI\J'L.I'III1\1IJ. l'DOUIjh.-\tddMOO n W ..
101 0-: ,
lit \rr '.
t ;':It: n. SU.; St. I.ollill ;:t P4) n. in. lhrWM Q.J I' \ :ago at an elevation of not more than - -- -- The Tourist f
lIIurni,1I'I''r ten feet ,
.1..1.... .,.... water \level.
'ar. .r1'atitloll for either the nU,,. rair.. or "') .tlw.r The width of the harbor entrant Knke 'Into Wi Ilou.t. F.r County Commlttlontr.To .

1-for.atiMn. write to or enll on E JR'.1LI CRF'la.I'a.... \Ior"flt. from Pinnacle rock on the west to the S bninn.. IIf CaveiidUh Vt. tbr iVmocratKvoter* of Voluula Capt. S. Bennett

Sa.Inilk. I VI'f Ofllte shore IK "ouDay: hereby prOPridor..1
lmttniMKva 4 St. bnliM barely 3Tn) yard ; anmmnce iiiyif a Canldatf -
LL"krnr., WH I'Hhla'd l of hiM for rUstlon .
while the IttJUtliy I for county <'omnili
No. channel aintonmry .
aVe. at Its .
t narrowest i
l\n) tn'tlt. Jiu-km. ti ilL.|| nil. < '" Ob... All
not wore than J>X; feet wide. iiirasit'ii of thronic c'OMtipALlon. If elected I wtllfndeator IOMMihr 1st 11*modern inipi' '

Tlw basin, or curt port has an stet NVIifn Hr. S."y..n to their latt-r" .t. Thanking tb- igibly situated on 1'um./ ..'tfi> aces
I inocratlcotirafor
King New Lift' HHg tb-lr pail I
ape depth of twenty-one feet and can as. Your to M rve, nue. Niifly funilflii! ru. -'n.*. Table

PRINTING! I (I accommodate nearly dozen large re!- bake into hit homy laiR trouble WJH W. H.M.BHII'K. first-t-la.r. Siitnn, i rn?'.*. beginning

I Sv'S-- (pis luaed w-U. The dry dock, repaired an.l ca- arrested, and now he's entirely niml.I -- April 1. $1 I ".tl" ;I" day

l rioli by the ItuHnlans. U 452 feet over Tlu-y'n- gtiarantrtHl to guru.IIC I betrbf aitnotttwv caiullilai. .
at my for
revonMlaatoAer -
TilL G ZL11'LL'S all. ninety feet wide at the entrance the -Iu....... twain 17 from $6 to ..
At wood tbr $ pere.J. .
1if1'( and hit a depth of thirty-two feet. PhanniM7 and J. :M. ,... ....rlct" .lastecoaatjr.Attdaolirit
JOAeI'druptore. .. impl iartt of n a III .....s
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} t The Daytona Gazette-News, Saturday, April 16, 1904 7.

The Dredge llKLOND1IEtt NNH1 .NlIN.........i.... ........... malke1'How: do }cost Ise tit'+fttW

-o caught yourself Alat foa rusty( to

j I 07 quits with the Mf tri stT' f
.y MUI.TON A CAMKRON.l'rlJl'rletura. JESS "How do you know I esu ttt alar iI

Peckley< retorted The fir shrugged -l
r}-t prtdjrfot( done In tbgllojifax! Tjin >la and all ri vr'rs up and down the East CoA t .. arc w bcr shoulders the lest bit. n watched -* .. t
: ; "By Martha you-to wish lOG bad rock-yon I

; Term ttennonnble and SatMiwtluii Guaranteed.j McCulloehWilllamt were so rude" she said. And u tbe t

S I' I said It L. noted that wither accect
.,..Cuptrtyn s.. ;-v;: r. c. Mnl.rt intonation ruatic He lookedat
'". j : Ad.h..11 tllt'I'I"1 r-tull': 1 ii\t. < r : ,I Ir. nor was .
her appraUndy. .I.was rode-a

= -- perfect brute," he aakL .1'0 please
--I t Jess was churning down at the forgive me and go fetch somebody to
pring bouse and ulngin like a lark "
help me out of tola
'i the while. Her pink calico frock Will "I'll help you out myself on two .

Northern Meat Harket turwup high In front nu high her condition;" Jew said dimpling beau

fevt were plainly \Klbl le pretty fort bowed
tifully. Beckley meekly. "Only
Zr enough lu spite of tL*> ik-unVd slaw. he Tbe float ia-
J. l ODUM name them, aaitl
L. Proprietor.The .IDA lII"h. well art-hod atxl light stepping cut your line" Jets retorted promptly

.......>, to any nothing of thv i lenderanklen "Tbe big trout U a friend ot.wO('.

Largest and Finest lP; Mate them.! TIN ankle matched I've fed him DOW and again ever lIMe
-, taper wrh ta, but tare IM hint of

4 + I t Market south of Jacksonvile. ,1'11 the dimple smelling arms rrvealctl bysloeves we came here""Henceforth be la sacred" Beckley

: .. S rolled halfway to tbe bhouKU-r. aald. slashing hla line and towing the
W l', ,, u complete stock of all kind. of Big, soft new leafage flung down rod away. "Now for condition aecond. -

r Fresh Florida and Western Meat. } yr rarlablc aluidowa on her bare bead. ."
She the dasher moving merrily
w kept "You shall hear that when you're oot
113: North Beach Street. now and again patting out foot in
of the wood* and water" Jess answered
time to it. Her voice. If t-ntraiiml' was the
dimpling again. n a whiff
clear and not too -aitojp-t her. the
'Phone 37. bad to run to a foot kg a little way upstream
FRANK U. BOND, man fomiug down the ircclwidc hi
crowed It and was beside
Chairman Board County Commissioners Volusia County. high wading h"ota. with u rod In hi* Ilctkley, a stout fence stake In her
----- -- hand creel from bin vliouhln.
i a
with It
hand. "Get
Mr. Bond born in Ohio in 1859 and to Florida in a rood purchase
was came would have btu juttilk\l lu tindlii< "
and push the rock down stream sbflcommanded.
DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS, the early 80V, engaging in the railroad business, connecting with LluiM'lf glad of her premikt. "The correct will help

.. C: !IU.lMil.\M| rroprutor.McCclUn Del.: nd and St. Johns road the J. T. & 1\. W. Uy., and a number He was fellow distinctly! He tot bd glad been-whipping curuudKeunly -- you If It la slow here In the pool. Now
All together There It'a Ton
OX Edward. Manager. of years Superintendent of the Orange Belt road running between the Mream for trout lmv aunrUe over.chooae.He .
can rowe out or stay In, aa you
Scroll Sanford and St. Petersburg now owned by the Atlantic Con *t Line. with no luck at ull. .\11111.. MX wa careful, though, If you stand on thU I l
Moulding Sawing
Turning Inside centered upon UK (< He subsequently engaged in the saw mill business wilh J. II Conrad below the spring Louwo. He knew tbe side to flub-the bluff la all honeycombed

Work and Wood Yard. r"luninl piieysMftietoorderibone(' 'luronii, 1'onLColumnnand and they own and operate at Glenwood and Osteen two of the stream of old, and tbnt artk-ular winter. with The next water landslip reins since may last be

o.DAVTONA beet equipped saw mill plants in the State. They have lumberyards reach of it bad never yet falktl to give heavy enough to bury you."
..tP FLORIDA him good cport. Why niuot this creature
at PeLand I'aytona.Titusville, Fort Pierce West Palm Reach go mail UK chniut-H with her IdiotIc "There will" be no next landslip with
---- around scramblingout.
uie lk-t'kll.'l said
-- --- and Miami and bo large is! the business" that more lumber and I' trilling fish had setimtl\e ears

'Ai.- -.mi -.a..m... .,......ur.u,an., a......... ......._......,.I.i i... .,.'i.ai'll i I he was rvrtaln of It. Nothing would "I ought to hare known better
. q - - building material i is from other milk than in I
tH. ,. bought produced by without telling. You tee, I grew up
.. "j I rise to the moot tempting lure after
I their Mr. Bond i is also cashier of the Volusia Hank lc4 than three miles from where we
Drink LILY WATER. own. County ouch affronting of the uurkulnr *..Oflt!'.
i: stand So 1 hare gueawd your name.
at DeLand, and the Merchant's Hank, of this city, and has large { "titorge. wUh she was In UnllfitxT! Mlsa Wilmot, 'do please accept my

It' N And Preserve Your land interests all over the county. For six years he has representedthe 1' be said to himself as Lt prepared. rathcr thanks my humblest apologlea. I believe t
4.1" ri1 Health. bopeletMly, fur a cast lie bad hardly
i I DeLind district on the Board of County Commissioners and too, you said something about a
f 1trli 1 t I looked toward the singer- U-nides
i condition. I am waiting very Impatiently
.. Absolutely freed from all impurities for the past two years he has been chairman of the board.! He has j Robin Adiar. with an ncconipnn'tueut! to hear It"
of wbUhlng, buttermilk rather got on
b, I I by the 1 SchantFiltorntiou 1 Process. N! always seconded heartily the efforts of the board to establish a system o hla nerve AH the Hong kept up be 'It's horribly" hard for a man who

It is of hard roads over the county, and in this matter the board has called over" hU! boukler. In anythingbut likes to flub. Jess said, her eyes dancing -
recoiniut'iulnl by themost, eminent "nt'<<'ftu e It is this, you moat go
accomplished a great deal during the past few years. Had it not I an amlabk voice: to our picnic and be, oh, wonderfullychll
". physicians: to }be a pure, healthy been i "Madam, I will pay you double prk-e to
for the Stetson University trouble Mr. Bond would have succeeded u* country folk!r-
for the butter are churning If
'e ami hygienic water. Plain and yoa you "I shall be more than (civil abject
# earImtfifnil in getting Philadelphia capitalists to build the DcLind and will go away until afternoon and let

.f ':I I IMUliUCU. COLO tILV ,*ATI.K at the llntrk!MATHS.Ukt MOT Pl sod.atJ- C. Ii Daytona electric road, and by this timo would have been in opera me fish In peoce" to some Mid among, holding the country out his folk"Iterkley hand.

r tion. He is a promoter, and one of the most enterprising men in I "Inlh",, you won't!" Jtsr retorted Jews laid her pink palm slightly hardened
: with the least tonof tbe. liead Tend
WM. WICKING, Manufacturer the county. He has a kindly l heart likes to do a good turn for his to your own business, Mr. FUbenuau.. by steady churning, in his clasp
and said "It
r 1 s gayly, you try to runaway
( DAYTONA FLORIDA. neighbors, and ei>ecially to the working man as many laborer of I prouilM )uu I'll '(......1 strictly to from your bargain you'll take

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determinations loyal to his friends, always honorable and square don't. It'a going Into cake for the picnic
Allen Hei-kley did not run away. In
FOUNTAIN CITY in his dealings with his fellow man. In the coming primary as a i tomorrow." fact, be was the life of the picnic.
The dlillt'rwan.lban Heckk-y byname
: candidate for Commissioner ho will )have no oppcw itiol1. He and) : neoulfd at hU image in tin water And strange to relate he tat Interest

i the other members have been faithful servants of the poojrto, have : and swore-umler hilt breath. He In fishing, although he stayed In hi*
\. iiKvtn: sTitiirrMil : borne county a matter of six weeks
the f financial condition of the in the : knew landuuirk and land linen thereabout -
best of and
county !shape n", ,, SiiMLnf ..... -thU noisy girl must belong to
t i dollar exi+cndcd of tinjieople's I taxes i is made to go IIH far as |pn-- i the people woo had l .>ugbt bill uUl'It'" I to take a wife away with him.

. imns; rou I'la:' 'RII'TIOxr;. PATKXT: MIIUCI.NKS: : IIRUSIIKS.n silile place. Vaguely l"tIt..n..l the nameWllmot. Her first name U less and the is 4
: t .., proud to tell that she can make betoti-
Wllmot [HMM" UIOUA came
)\ii .'" .\XII1'olllT! so.uis. ......................4... .......................... rliftt down to the water's edge, tll.ell ful butter.

the stream proper belonged to old Pe.re..l..al Swearer, ,

Perfumery and! I Pane. Toi.... tArt dies ...***..**********....*... ....*.***....****...***.** Squire HaNH, from whom he had It'ftMt..l A man leaped from a car In the eleah..1 -
+ exclusive Orbing I'rl1I1'ICI' The churn
'I \ station, ran at the swinging
'<' An Old Favorite : er \\'aIII'arl/ UJMHI her own ground doom and butted them open with hit
unassailable In bad
k therefore high suit cow and tore down through the
DR. J1 JiiNKS: (p iKipiii+ tor, i'in In- i, ,"..ultA..1 pnifewMounll.tr dining busitwMImi.r I I humor be 10/,111111.,1 across the j...>l passenger shoot Into the Union depot

*. oili.-. i
" : trcmcndotiH cast from the tIPP| olte
; nearly knocked down several men aabe
bank nlthouph all rules of f
i by angling rushed through the waiting room
A. The rliniato: of ho K.isf Cr.:' l' I1trity, DRIVING HOME TilE COWS the place wa Loilen.It and reached the platform In time to seethe
.. mutt have I..n a day for the
; Is nearer jicrfVdion than: that c.f cn> I traveniliig of art and rah The fly rear end of hU train disappearing
R around the curve at Bluff street Then
other earth. By Kate Putnam Osfood"DRIVING was hardly fettk-d iM-fore. with a tig
place on be
4 u <} 4 halted, tbe suit case dropped to the
I : : orouit upMwlrllng rush a mounter trout floor be took off hI. hat, wiped" his
Ii : took It For the twit ten luinuUti .Al forehead
; i : and began to swear loudly.
Horn the Co...." w Ian Iteckley was conwtous of lIotbhll Just then of the
C"n Mr ;, : ducal by the civil war. was Ant pubUh In lUri'.r1. Monthly In : but LU iimrry. The quarry was gnaw directors stepped up to him and
1J05. It. author. KaU: Putnam OMooJ. wa* born In Fryvtxirc Me. In y and wary OIl ever ruse to a tiy. Up. said
4 d 1141 and now rttldta In lloston. Jamaa Itlplry OfgooA the late well It. down athwart stream be darted dlv :
known publisher was her trotter.UT "We have a man to do that, sir
Ing, plunging now and again U-iijiliitc .
k "To do what?
E f ; clear of the water, wnilng with HIK-II a do
"To the swearing for people who

"'- t of the clover and rush bankward the Kinging owl (i>uld miss train There's so much of it to
:: grass :
; '
,\, not take up the aback wheeling to bore
I. "-4 'I 0 turned them Into the river-lune; do here that we've hired an old twitch-
headfirst the bottom
agnlnnt rotky HOutrontfly
: : One after another In let them pass, man to do the swearing for 'em alL"The
the rOil bout almostdouble.
pliant tip
Then fastened the ...* lIJ.. bam It man looked for t minute at If he
<< 'v again. R .
The fisherman RtiMid le
/ c1tI ill)1rn( r It jut would flgbt. Hut be said nothing liequietly

.. 1 i : 1 Under the willows and over the hill -, : low a high shelving! Lank Heould picked up his suit case and
y have In the water but tlUltth..rt
.. He patiently followed their sober pure; plunged ,, walked back Into the depot-Ktntat t
S It > was no gixM fiMitbold <<':mtlnult1 .
Ovnion << The merry whistle for once was still. City Journal.
; J/? w 1 with nice and rt
'7: : And something bbadowed the sunny r.1.&. : ly judguxnt HH> iiiiiu
Ilk III, be played bin catch. It wan one Tk. Lp.rts.l 'e..a

flI. : : l' Only a boy! and Lie fatbvr had Mid :. to rejoice in -the giant of all trout In A Philadelphia business man thinks

iii1nijcaeh : He rum could let hU yoaagvat RO: V : Clear creek. Five i">ujnN at the tory be bus an exceedingly bright office boy

." r I ill Two already were lylujt dead \ w least. Idly be began to H|">culate If It and nothing please him better, sayt

II K Under the fret of*the trampling fe.... : might not !K' tlie Mine wily ft'liow,11... the Philadelphia Telegraph than to

\Itl\ M1affiJ/dhL1..4. i It. had no often outfitted him when lie tell how be tbe
% a9 acquired youngster
ill Out after the evening work
\ Will done. It wan a native utrlpllng. Ills III humor
service A be
short time
"X \! t I : And the frogs were loud In the meadoxr-iwamp, : He ago
'I evajHiratiM niaglcMlly. wait
I In his
shop window a notice which read
.\ \\ Over hli shoulder Le ilunK his gun .. peace with himself and the world .
1temar t : "Hoy wanted about fourteen
\ \ \ \J/l. -d- : And utealtblly followed the font-path damp. : The troutn.. weakening 1 hough "
# :;; years. A lad of that age, with
-- .. \ -, I It be ntlll fought gangly, tilt rushes were
/ ::-'- the clover and through the wheat. It little that was prepas.ee.tng In his appearance.
/ / -<< : With rvaolute heart nu three-in one-with
sad lilt flmon Ortif* Crow ntrippl Miititttil I ill Though cold wa the dew on his hurrying feet( be drew the a long steady stated that be bad read the notice.
e pressure fighting creature
: And the blind bat' nlttlux itartM him. : "Well do you think you would like
fnt Crotn sad TrtrrtikU I'irmi of the rttrj triktUrf tl : to the Imnk. hblfK bin t't'Jt1 deftly and
ill to bl1thl." position my boy? asked
INDIAN KITFR: LAKE WORTH and HISCAYNE QTY j I ill Thrice since then bad the lauen ben white, made to slip the landing net uiwlrrnoath. the merchant, going patronizingly

&rt rrirkrd rr1..11..9111.* tU tkRORIUV .ill Aud the orchards nr.t with apple-bluom; ---. _It And then anil then! Something user the rim of bis spectacles at the
And now when the bask l:{-f gave way under and IItlth,1|
: cows came at night : unabashed youth.
Th tit'b1e father drove tbem Lome.K : him. With a huge splash be went "Yen," came the prompt answer, "1
down into four feet of water, wlh(
It a
want the Job but I don't know that I
: For wws bad oune to the lonely farm : ton of loohrned rotk at bin back. He
can promise to keep it for the full
ill That three wtin lying where two bad lain; It flung out bin arm to nave himaolf. fourteen "

: And the old mac's tNloulo\le. palsied arm : The trout, an the line Hhi<.knl. dashed Then the years.merchant remembered that tt

d Could never IUD on a et laid left
out a comma on hit lira
K upon the farther lile. Hut lie could
0 but be told the boy he might hare theposition.
The summer day grew cold and late. :: not break love the book nor instantly

He went for the cows wbn the work was done: It. 'I chafe the Use In two ftgain the Is.t-

mpj .r buillM bask, Cut fact sf n.rt.", lot BUS of Hut down the lane, a* be oycfd the gate :. '' tom. There wan :Mill a \j elmine The M...... 44.:

reab..I.r llorUi, ail .thrr lifbr..tlet, ..1drewJ 1 ei He aw them coming one l.y one: w: | of him. JUKkley, bruised and shaken One of the most remarkable of fishe

R riUUliTT, J. r Bte EDITH, J. D.BHJtK, t 'f lirindle. Ebony Speckle and lito". :.. though be wa, tried to turn about Is the mud lth. which Inhabits certainof

"'os.r,. I. (u.. w.or' Tra9. .....M. A.W F. i.f t Shaking their horns In the e eolng wind; It snatch bin rod anti t Agbt tbe tattle to the rivers of western Africa and, as

', FLA.lir the bitter end.He its name Implies, lurks at tile bottom
T.l (;rI'\TIH: Cropping the buttercups out of the gra t- :
: could nut do It. Somehow the 'i j! vf them* rivers. In that region the rt,. '
-- - -Va t e Hut who was It following cKne behind! S I
KrlrniU_ p '/ falling rake bad Jamal..d hilt fret ', era are liable to periodical droughts.

: "I c PO yen ..r.' \\ .iruiK ni/ old eancftnent Tit. (.utI.. .ill ,4t t IxttMfly swung In the Idle air Into a crevice of the bottom beyond i Wben such a drought la Imminent, the
For more than an hour the two I .. hla >ower to them out. He .1
ring.! The empty slute of army blue; | pull tugged |j I fish retire to dreg water and excavate

"Yft; lin't It pwf ytly! burly to bit french duelists had fought dcttperatvly ft And worn and pale, from the crisping hair It.: and Mralnul and wore, thU time a pit In which It liee. covering

with their rapier \ Looked that the father knew.For .. audibly, for Home minute He was itself
engaged to Jock?" : out a face : over with a thick layer of mud.
Sueldtmly flue of them was seen to not In the leant hurt
Ills' feet bad
"Yea, Indcnl: IIp'II'O delkNtely << Ita'n then bear with Impunity the
wlll'f liUlbtlr. << I Southern prlioni will Mntnttlux yawn In their
It room plenty nky channel
terloUI about It, Uii'tIII lie-Ietrott complete drying up of the river. But
"Hold!" exclaimed the referee, or And yk'ld their dead unto life aulD; but I '
.N I1rse. : :: 11\1 could not get them out until ;i the moHt Interesting fact about the
whatever be U In French, stepping IHHMVII t ; And the day that conies with a cloudy dawn the stone was moved from over It. i|I i creature U that during tbe time of itsvoluntary

the combatants "What it thematter x In golden glory ,\t last may wane. :: He hat forgotten the girl singing antI .'
lrartlrr.UltJe i I Imprisonment It breathes air
..Ird" t ) burning at the spring louse, but remember I
Klmcr-rnpa. what tto the let- U The Kreat tears pp rang to their meeting eye; : dlre "Oll of corns hurting me, relakd
my : ; '>ll her now, noting Mb
tore "D. I)." after n tuan'n Hank rifest| the duelist who bad winced. For the heart malt speak when the lips an dumb: :, toe cocoon by means of lungs Just liken
wounds had
('fI1U'.t lie WM on-the
rroftiwor nro llH 4-That he 111 a doctor And under the tlleiU evening skied land animal When the returningrains
Mtln gentlemen"
$ your weapoun, :: point of calling to br when be cnuzht
I dissolve the mud and liberate theflab
Woo makes n IractkU of prwcbinf. Together" they foltwtxl the cattle borne.
wild the referee. "Honor Is &a .
tl n flash of pink on the farther bank:
my Hon.-Town Ti>pk it breathes by means of glllt, Just
-Cbteapo' Trlliune. fd."l W44t duNMliluf.....r+Nrwrl ...# tc.,.......... ..... and heard her ay with sparkling like any other fob

j l


c f
,. *atn ttnet+ i ew Jtd. a !II h.. t.Jas'i I live girls against the lays a 1MftUL ,
ooa Ltitgne"and Rev. J."C. c: honlo i inXDaylona, anti left 11 rdtiea. I I After the iiMjN
Reynolds will wpt-aV on the "Unifica- daf for t1 ieago. Mr. Palmer will .\I tinuwl of lehool he will announce *'fist Cherelee will make a.trin public iodulgnl in a social dance,

tion of Temperance Workers *of the be quite busy this summer la-king Capt. C. II. I Spencer requests the which side had the largest Wednesday, April 27;up Smith as ffuet9 of the company. At 12 t f

State." AU are invited to come.and after WorW'+ Fair LUWIMW fur the Guette- ew to announce that his general aftl'agtdn their work As creek and Hulow, leaving Onrad'H o'clxk the (daiKvre departed for t

Lear these gentlemen on these topics Wabash H: lnrat. of which he i i. a- honk etttitk "Get There S m'l," the girfe are fffeaUy in the majority dock at 9 o'clock) calling at the their lioiucie delighted with the entertainment.

confident of inning, but bridges 75c for the trip.
will bt from the next wwk. they are
0 Hingham Sr. agent press
creUry. distant genial passenger

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8 The Daytona Gazette-News, Saturday, April 16, 1904COLP ,,' .' er

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: then PNEUMONIA Daytona and Its Attractions oe o: < *

@t t 4

& as The Queea City of Elorida f. I II. : attt"uttin
! ir. recovered from cold > an
.. So many people ho have apparently a .) .
are stricken with Pneumonia. This is due to the fact that the i From the Florida Kn.: t Coast li.'lil+say RooU't. .r A, t;i

bronchial) tubes and lungs are in a weakened condition and unableto !etisCu s'_._......"_._;; _:I'_....._!..1,_ _rh)iulYiri< -'l...>i.i- .-..-.ili'\i- -St,-ibi.<- -(i!'!" !'!.i'i':rlyi.l.l I I

resist that terrible disease. OPAAC the greatest throat and lung 110 MIU from Jacksonville. the Population of Daytona i

remedy, will kill a cold in twenty-four hours. Physicians are con Far one w.,.._................ ......$3.30 I. proper is about 1,800. Added 1 to

itantljr prescribing and recommending Opaac to their patients, as its Round trip.................................. 6.60 this is a suburban population I
( purely vegetable never causing that nauseating effect which 74 Mile from St. Atffustlnc. main "shore and peninsula of alN outUKN S.1
Illake DM :-it'8.1
l ) at Kingston, ,
follow and other drugs containing opiates .......... .
quinine Fare one way......... ..... $2.20 breeze or Ooodall Seabreeze and

Round"trip........... ..................... 4.40 Silver Ilench which are property apart '

fD A J| ft Cures a Gold I I DAYTONA in situated upon the of the Dajtona town and Beach population. NOT STOGIE. I '

west hank of the Halifax River at its
UlJIAij in 24 HoursIT I lies one mile east of the town It is
fairest excuse and midway bctwwnin NOT A CHEROOT,
;. approached l by three good l bridges
oource at Below Bay and ice outlet
the liver ,well-graded nenue -
ACTS LIKE MAGICA Inc I Mosquito Inlet It is in latitude OUT. and is the principal Kiiuiiuerrenort But a Full Size, Perfecto Shape, Cigar!

:?!!), seventy-four mile from St. Au south of St. Augustine It
Sure Cure for LaGrippe, Catarrh, Colds, Coughs, Croup
and gustine and one mile from the Atlantic I luii mom .tourists during the summer Made from Cuttings from the WorkTables '
Bronchitis Pleurisy Whooping Cough, Neuralgia;
than all the oilier sutithof
I places of the San Mateo
and Consumption. Ocean, and is acknowltxlged l 1 to cigarTactory.
Prevents Pneumonia that city combined and is also
rival for I and therefore contains
he without a beauty among i ecomiug l n favorite winter t esl Irt.
This wonderful) remedy was not cliMO\\r by accidtnt but the villages of the South. Its sight., The lnch i it wide, firm and smooth, the same sweet fine uurning stock

is the result of scientific investigation: Ly a prominent physicianafter is upon lmt is known as high hammock I by many considered the finest in the that has .made the High Grade

many years of study and labor. All dangerouj ingredients, land that was \\'nell 1 by''i world and the turf bathing is safe Cigars} of this Factory famous. .
such as drugs and opiates, are eliminated. The curative properties of and excellent summer and winter i
. nature a most royal growth
: of OPAAC act immediately and is guaranteed to break up in a few majestic forest trees, and among People Western" who summer Irate tried reooiU Northern declare that and t Five Cents pays for Two of Them* ii I

hours any cold or feverish symptoms not too.lonj glccted. these trees is thl.to'O of today, with t I
them are none in perfect in comfortas I
Box of 50 f for $1.25.
f its beautiful cottages and w ell-gtadell) l>.ttonn beach I I .
: Buy a Box Today. Price 25c. walks and streets. The result in Automobile Race Meet. :. I I'OU SAU! BY ALL (DCALLHS.: ) i I
a3 I tint all along the wide avenues that The Kloriila East C'n t Automobile Manufactured by I
1 Be sure you Cd t1,,1 R; n ,u". It \' nr t1.1! iv:;', ,.,t docs: not haveit i interact the} town are lordly live AHsociation conducts an :

send us your nam .11.1,. .: !. .rc t- >r t fr"1+ im; ':>-. I and water oaks and hickories iiuunof annual! racMitect on I ho Ixuch; wlti..J,1, f S. W. ROWLEY.f ::: ':: .O't

: them draped with graceful fen- I has now a universal reputation at |

IRVING! DRUG COMPANY, Philadelphia, Pa. Onus! of the gray Spanish IIMWH, that the greatest automobile race course I J!' < 111L11.1 t\l>i ii i ii.ill,i IM1 alula LjliiluLKMSA5 ++
I in the World TIM DaytonaOrmoml'I
overarch the xtntt atid ualkn and -
The ATWOOD PHARMACY leach I in luinl a* macadam, uiul an
i a ,.oJD8 tlt't+o are interHH-rbC] +l till ideal .Mtreuh of thirty or iuon iiiil< s

DAVTONA, FLORIDA tropical palmetUM, ghwsy -IOOVOtI l lniagnolicH without n break make it the na1ur.il

fragrant bays and corallorri ra'ing; ground for America. '1 1r
tide the lieach i it lwn'd fir rl
At low '
Davtona Ice Co. Tropical .,l holly, and many oilier varieties 300\() feet and neitherylrria wheel I I ,
while in many pbati the Atildgraj '
make I '
bicycle or I jiedetrian can a '
W... WirkiMi,, c7 1
Manager I
:Pine auijelojwiH" climb and ding among and wcll-)Ilar')
ICE Apple the branches forming ",hall)" IxmerH night to see wul-riggcd
? I TS
t bicycle* Heed ing with the velocity !
and adding graco and l)e 8l1t)'. I -
of the wind In-fore a stiff I Ilrt"'l.t'j I zOUtq
ti 'j. The town lies jtarallcl with tho along the Hinooth heuu'h. flats affordJ: J r

r TAR and Halifax hirer and extends fur nearly ing tluJI1tlllt exhilarating ajvrtknown I i 1OtYt

I -' two miles along the shore. Thw tu tnan Hewlett these, miles >
t, I river is the delight of the angler and of lianl-Hhelled jmlm-f ringed !lumlevardH l

PURE ICE Iho )human and fonnn one .>f the bring tho lovers of the wheel drr'r'
and vehicles into direct touih with I
Liu town'H grwiteht attnutioiiM. the mainland over the broad bridges '1 i ,
MaJe! Irom IMntilk! Wnt
rattor! ox-'n from ? to 12 t S
'rt,+,r", aN 100f-et( wide, except 1 leach wlrwt The beach (nllu the Handy' !bluffs) I' I tlf +.
has mini more had cascnof! Indi- which to the lowest point at ebbtide, in'asnre :
i in alxiut t-ixty-fivo i ffCt, but
, Avnu and Railroad alxHH ,51 I -- # "111011. \\M "riplx'| | Stomach livonli'rs has a half-mile of open dutiful depth of the Kiirf nirasures alma! MIL

Coughs and CoMn this winter water abutting upon its eastern side, two feet. A contiuoouM gentle swell e
Have you where the salt waves ebb and (flow roux in from the <)('I1Ul"om one t o << juFort
than ALL OTHERcombined. tretru+Iiffl and alone and acros-i which omes two feet in depth under n.+nnsd eontlilions au.a I

the cooling, invigorating healtV making the 1 teach<< an altract'ueand ,
"Fr\ TilE giving brrezts from off the wide nbmiluteh., plair forMirfIfttliinjj. SMOOTH RUNSOUTHERN '
I Here the infant as well as '
Atlantic which and rendrthe
temjier 'gypTQ
I 2!I..' greyhairedetenui hC many '
ashmier I Halifax climato one of tt(' most the
wimmers can MftfOIYf'njn luxury
K l+orfcct in the world. D.iyton.i) Ills tf a -akilli throughoiil the larger i jj l

.... Rugs many milw t>f well-grtdnl l, marU-d part of the year, while the htmng 'I' RAILWAYcCSOIf'IlUT, 4

and shelleil road: and Rtnvtn ren- and exju'rt ." hwimmer t'ant'rtlln'
and Art Squares ; tNivcr's out further to tot his Mt"'UWh and ,
kill in hatilhiK with the inexhauslible I
\\'hedman's Paradise and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS N. C
? |pm..N of the mighty uvan. ': ,
and added) to these, but a mile awny ',: '.he Peninsula CINCINNATI CHICAGO. "THE UND OF THE SKf

arc thirty miles of Miiooih liard lying In'tween river and m-ean j1'I The NORTH and WEST... *..8 "The SapphircCountry."
They are ornaments for 1N nth, that affords an unrivalled inw halt mile wide, and 1 ill being
1V.w.a1 D..18n CarVvrvic
any home. course for long-distance cycling an(1dririnq nijMtllv improve l, and there am Pullm.n Car Dlnlntf *
A new lot of Toilet Set jtwtt in. Sccyourtlru&jlstorwrite ( or automobile ra'inq. No |i IIUIIlin(' collagen and nevenl good On All Train Th B..t.

I hotel, an o|>era house, two r>ceanpierH I 5OUTHCRN: RAILWAY. H. F CART Distrkt Pu ,
town of equal sizeorth South >a .r Arai
The rumor Uic manufacturers ,Jwarh jiavilion and a largecasino. ; :08 W B., $I.e, JACUQUn.LI. Fu*.
That we Lave nl1m1ll'f so many wheelmen, and I X'.A.TUK. P. T. M W.ihlrtlcn DC. S HDVICK. C. P. A.,Wuhlncic.0.C.WM .
lone ot'T or Rr lsr'l.\I cycling is a favorite pastime with I H TATLO. A. C P. A AtUnu. Ca. 1
A Wemarkable Feature
IS UXTUl'E.Wo --
she tourists summer and winter.
are Mill in huriltrw. at Daytona luts lieen the yearly im-: .
Tho Beautiful I ---
With ureriMNlnrtirlMt) CotUgcs }provement in the style ar.d vuliH of !
To wl('(.t from that have IHVII .'n"cted during the I i I lie buildingH that an' being erected i'The Buffalo Gasoline Motor

Ina! yearn and are }being built are for home Men of capital of the I I II .
J. H. Niver & Son n-ndering Dayrona n< famous for iu I,I :Xorth and West haw become

fine homes as for its l oautifid river anakene+l to its advantages for win- Has demonstrated j
tei l't"iel.'uc'f'M! and valuable lots 81\<-
I Tor I Tirst Class; Work frets and avenues, and 111t'811' .,; ,
Imiiig purcJiaM'd and costly h"U"' -
adding yearly to it* attraction: its
M oval;
iM'vitiful in and i
t design atff :
the least
of the>n attriwtionR .,
SHIRTS JfU i to t lhos'> fimiring homes in the:Swith, 'i **> erected, ami nutiful hi, all( others f for
tbeabHh of wealth and dtm these|
I and : r < &-
,. iT ranking wvond only to healthfulness -
CODs n I I. Sufj.JDaytona
r [ .
ro Icy and crfwtion of / limate, is innkiplying.S; ?
.. 4 *
the fact that} its population JK ,'hieflvcomposeil S (City lh>antiful .lAd I IfJontla waters
SteamLAUNDRY of l'tl1ti\'ah'Cl and iuUi ''I }! are netllement+un thi I nte I'

I gent jH-Dple, acruftoined to ihe retimments **\ > of the |XMiiiiHiilit ncnr tL. l.tlu r riRvii I Hi'.nAiismi M
.Manufacturin of home and 1'OiIC'llirt'; I Halifax hirer fnnn Daytona.At I ii I n iGreo. :f I.I"'L\o
the full of Oiran Hou) '\aniSeabreeze l,.
Addtxl to these (I" ttun's an g: )INI| ,, '
K. Wallace Beach'
chunhcs gcRnl and ] a pier reaches I ft HI, l Lit AgtM West Palm
Phone 8. public I prhulfwluxlg I. the ilru-It into the ..Illt, - -_ ___,,,
1. Beach St stores, hotels lauudr-, meat I I acro H + w\\ ;; i =,

t - '. -- Company markets, novelty works, an on'rll surf of tho oian Thin pier IH: a ;, .. i+...uS ....n..... .mass i,., ..w,ni.!twill!.iuli i'a Ii'!'ivri,lia._ I i I@r ,
1.tW A. HI...art KgfoM BIJSTKWAKT house, electric lights for Mreet and favorite ivwrrtf thowe who delight '
house illumination, ngood: U-lt-plionc I in tho sport of Iil hmg. The nrf I'I'I !, FINEST AN.D LARGEST

! & HIY, Jacksonville 1 laSOI Hvstem, ice factor}*, luly \\'alt-r lien<.'alKHiiids in trout, |1"'IUI| nl). STOCK OF GROCERIES
I .
LAWYERS \\'or ";and hot and cold laiths, ('k..1 yellowtail, .'nv.ille, whiting dnnn / .
< )I .I l InDRUGGISTS and everything! can IK' pnrun'd thecpshead. and jnany other varietieR 'i'' I IN THE CITY.

, Oflbr in ltanl Ilaiwliak) Itxitilllt. FI.Jlml ..\. that is nctiYrt sary to mako life com of edible fi+l(. During the fall s.:.1- ; ;
"*.!h otk' ''' Off'f PUMtoftic't'.II.\1TI t1.1 fortable. An important fixture in I s,,''n the f.uiHXis sea basH affonU royal '.. HAY. GRAIN and FERTILIZER.

the lu-althfiilncHH of the town is the I ilwlrt Mil it }tai Inn no tmcomm',n i Chase and
I hUll thousand Sanborn's. Famous Teas
sEa: - xtiirreuci>to pounils j i
'ater Supplyuhich I (,f this: gumy fish,. in an arle'rlltlllll.1 .; and Coffees.
J. D. Carmichael is derived from numerous I individuals of them ranging from ;

fi"dnrrrou, |IIIH'I' .t..ur ihinilniig doneHrrnuwltrruu (flowing veils of which than am i I..fifteen to thfrly-lue |Nunds inweight. Agents for TETLEY'S TEAS In
probably 31N1) in the limits. Sat doeM thexrtn 1
l.: t.| r'vnt lit w?rlknnrnntnil (Miiy Packages and Chests. '
It-iir of t'".,. JI..t..1 I N.'l+F 1 This! (flow i is w-cured by 1lorinl.II", offer thin hpltixliil Kport but the 1I
1 1''t to the depth of from 80 to 13) ft'("t, Halifax River only half a mile ack ;' New Florida Syrup-the (finest ever made ; I I
{pacing through several strata ofHK of the ocean, in equally famous for ,
Ocean House 'k, and this depth a>,+lures (purity its fine fishing, and) die \.irirtir* that ,';., 50 cents a gallon.
from all surfaco xmtamination. The .)
( alxtiind in tin* ocean are prvtMot in
F. W. SAMS.I Proprietor water is slightly impn-putcd with I I the river.Hunting. ;) Best line of Cigars in the City. The Famous.

(Rntl'fI f.OO: I'r H.y Am) tpIVjfiil.ir \\art1M. I 1 i I 1 to t maW1+ia the and} iron and holds sulphur I and fishing good Kx- Key West ; and El Principe, Tampa's
in tJ1.1pO or wh'uhawa.
1"'Il\1 too ': I:..:'ir.lwKVMIYKNt | g.is MMttI perienc "piiil.! and dugs may lie ''; BEST CIGAR.
I 'tasc's hud at reAMinaMe price. ; .
\ : FLoIU!U"
I I I II FISHIuG TACKLE The kind you need for these
I fFTI lit- i-nuiiiing Itiiki) IIIU.t'!,'Nltfr waters. .
rRlbr nod i-ntire \Vm-at ln iurif'rjiiflj. 'I'hrf i i.K I ) j, m tli tli];, f, i i'>mk u..tk. 7
You foe J I 'luluQiMttl to their Intling facilities and Drop ,i: E. T. CONRAD & CO. THE GROCEB
tHoottn y7nar. can hrnish! any quantit. We do the rest :I
i oiI irni.i t.!'!.i I!u.1,.+l'i.!I!in:1!'lta.u.!+tu'li.I.lt..,.'!'. r'!',...... .,.}!'f .

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