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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title: Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: April 23, 1904
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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!lINGS SEEN AND HEARD. Mrs. Charles It, Cox is ill. HIS TREAT. the Imys say they will make the raft'i THE OLD SETTLERS PICNIC.

-. William McCoy was a visitor to i interesting.ComiNwitions. -

St. Augustine this week. come every week in
As Interesting Budget About Peopleand Thirty Pioneer Cither oa the Beach \

Events of More or Leu Mrs Howard: MtCldUn visited; l e the sophomore literature class. They and Recite Reminiscence 01
} )j I have made a market! improvementin I
with friends at lVli Spring last I
Interest To Our Readers.S. .
3. week. p ( (coinKwitioii| worthi" 'f'ar. Dick the Byron Days.

S. W.Rowley, the San Mateo cigar I'ens'! "Tale of Two Cities" is now

manufacturer, was in Daytona Geo. Wray, the tuner.. ,1.23- \ being rtvttl by the class, and the Wednesday those who settled in

a 4 [ this section between ISM and 1880
Tuesday II. II. Chase adjiwler for the lionk has been prr>nqunce l by them
\ were invited to moet at the Ijxng-
Dr H.H. Setlye is making a numter ublo Piano Co.,.i f Jacksonville, in a very interesting.
/ worthy cottage, on the beach, where
in town for few .
= of substantial a days
improvements to
Mrs. D. R her Mrs.
Rogers, sister
Death of -"rl. J. 0. Brown.
:. hi* Ridgewood home. Sheriff Turner in the
wan city Wm. n.Maxon, and daughter, Mrs

I C. E. Johnston, the liverman, has Monday, and took away with him a 'e4 The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. 'A. Van Dozer, are staying.
J. (i. HroAii in this! city mourn the
:; returned from a business trip toileadersonville negro who is wanted at Tampa for They assembled) lo the number of
death of Mi Brown which
occurred -
N. C. wife desertion 1 about thirty, with their bankets of
at JalTa. Palestine, last we'k.
C. M. McDonald has finished provisions. They came in hacks,
HIM Lottie Glad the efficient just
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The following, from the Times-
painting the Yankee }iKuxlle and automobiles carriages, wheelchairsand
bookkeeper for J. C. Pettepher, is fjLL: Republican, of April 12: publishedat
now Ins A. McF. PoitxVs thtAwixa on tricycle and bicycles-quite.
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nloop
onfined 1 to her room by illnea ) Maohallhmn, Ia., the Northern}
on the a contrast to their first meeting on
ways.E. homo of Mr Urown gives all the
Cecil Pettepher. who had his '
arm the beach, when they crossed 1 the
J. and Erie Mills I B *'nt im information thin far obtainable
broken last week by a fall is piogreasing | a : river in row boats and walked along

a< well as can he expected. plo[ das (lulling. at Kulow creek thus a Ile I "A cablegram received in this the narrow trail, carrying their- pro-

W't'Tllt') rej' >rt that fish anvery I Irr city at lHl."t this morr.ing. sent from .
/ G. Weaker has liad a new sidewalk r \'ilioIlR.'tn water for refreshment.
plentiful II bite readilyD. I Jaffal'al'f.liut\ under today'H.date,
/ laid in front of his The time till noon anti after was

;:f I occupied by Hr..J. M. Jones'prnlwrtyf drugf J. ('an i06ln and bride sx'nt a I annouwes the death of Mrs. J. (I. spent in reminiscence! of the pastas

f ftore. few days in }Day tona this week. Mr Hnnvn one of the l lest known compared 1 with the |w>t. In the

\ C.II riKt'n is the enterprising tract Ions 1- \ I wonifii of .Xlarvhalllown who) with early days there wan one little cottage

. The congregations. of nil the Halo-man for Sherwin-Williams ; her husband, was n member of the on the jiciiinHuIa built by the

' churches cf 1),1).tonilI attend the jviint. lar,:e party( of delegates which left Oitmars from wreckage picked up

union meeting at the Congregationalchurch New York on Marcli: S, to attend
Contractor IL love lout 11 f' on the beach Today the peninsulais
tomorrow craning. com- ( / the World's, Fourth Sunday School:
inencel 1 wok on a residence for ro'ert.l1"ith cottages and hotels,
Mrs Mary .\. Gravel and family, James A. who ( Coinention to Ix held at Jerusalem some of them the most elaborate on
Belt
recently purechastrd ''I the 18th 19th and 20th>> ii No
of Indiana have the l on >*t.
rented
house 1 lot of 11. the East: Coast of Florida. Then the
a George Ludwig, 1 !
lp.irticul.irs
of the tie Ith
given,
corner Fint.tnue and Da tona r 4l I tti / are of the river
} North d I only means crossing
on Ridgewood. ; I1I I II II i ('hailed H. Brown, son of the deleased
street, belonging to E. N. Waldron.Hirry I from Day tona was by row boats and
Mr. and, Mrs Frank Albro, three to whom the cablegram was
sailisxuts-now there are three substantial -
t S. Coleman, recently discharged children, and Mrs. Allmi's mother I I ''hcntby his father, presumetl that I
with _
bridges, auto, carriages
:f from the army of the Philippines left WcdnewUiy for their hone ut :, d'alla'a; due to heart disease! ', nil and
bicycler crossing continually -
arrived Sunday, and is the Spirit 1..11.tla.., after a very Ideasiant I I' Mrs I Brown had shown symptomsof I
and bundles by the score
guest of his uncle, H.'S. Williamson. D. heart trouble for
I season spent| at ylonjVhy organic some
(I, plying on the river. Mrs. William

George: S. Adama and Percy Rod *\ not study sltorthand while! t line. Jackson 6]>okc of settling at Ponce
"The of Mrs.I llruwn's death
: ger attended the meeting of the here is an opportunity? It ia a Landlady: "What portir of the.chicken would you like! to have, Mr. Newcomer news Park (then called Port Orange) I

;i'. newly organized tent of the Knight pltnsant study; if not needed in your !" will come as a severe blow to herman I where her father the late John Ma- I
' Mr. Newcomer "Oh, the half of it will", be ample, thank you." )' frieixk in this city and the
of the Modern Maccaljces at St. An- business, it is a couvenieiu-c and a ley, conducted a saw mill and could
:She' lad wide
county. n acquaintance -
a e gustine, Monday night. pleasure to/understand it. See Mrs. ircry; Town II\cer Hit) It)"1 flu publicnns Out For Office. from residence not get away bemuse there was no
resulting a long -
[ / money to go with. People wanted
J. R Hinsky will HOOU have a :25-! Whitney. AI liar The iN'publinm State Executive in Marshalltown and Logan
I lumber, but tall no money with
bon.se South S. 11 Wilson, Tai Assessor of VoInaia A ('ouui.itt JaekwnrilleTuc's-
'/ room boarding on "Iunlte'r. met at township Mrs. Brown has l been in
-- e which to pay for it.
| Ilidgt'v oil. Builder Gore will corer county, will be at Daytona) on I A smart alec day and nominated the following naval good' health in recent years, Mrs. Laurence Thompson referredto

.1- \ mcnce work at owe, and it i is ex the 2iith day of April, from 8; a. m. A girl who giggles.A candidates for Slate offices: and! at the time she left New York a former picnic at Capt. C. H.SjieiMer's .

6 peeled the building will lit (com to I 12 m fur the purpose of rmiving weather propliet. For Uo'rmnrlion.. M. II. Mae( bad not esjxrienwl any difficulty place where the visitorswere

plated by September I. tax returns" for the assessment of A neighborhood fueil. fitrlaiie.Sccrftar. from the trouble that had been
all obliged to stay over nighton
e Wo I taxes A woman who tattle }' of State -John F. Horr. feared as a complication of the future -
Mrs. F II. Webljer arrived from :\('(' of a storm the ladies
A whoknowitall Attorney UenernlFred H. Cub for time. The had
man Nome family
TitiiHville last Saturday and will S. '1'. f Hemiett and C. ('. Reel, who sleeping up stairs and the gentlemen -
A .J'bll/ )ian Dents-rat. berty. net been in Marhalltnwn since November -
make her home with her son, Frank have 11't'n l employed at the railway camping below
'A few more loafer than it HC II. Webber the local< agent for lilt "tat ion for the paat year, left Tuesday Mrs. John Maley epoke of a timeIwtweeif :
Alto} who cuts up in church.A E. M. Ilrelslord. custom of 11 r. and I Mrs.I Urown tospend I
Southern Express ComjKiny. They for MiMxavhnaetta, where tliey schooners, when flour ran
few meddlesome old of Public Instrnction -
Superintendent their winters in
1)aytonahla.,
are occupying Mrs Austin's cottage, have accepted Miitions| on the Itos wonyn.A out, and meal was usM in its stead.
, "thing" that stares at women.A -W. It. O'XrilComntiHsioner where they owned a winter home. fj
on First a\cnue. ton and Maine naihvu). For the meal settlers were obliged 1f
stock law that is not enforced.A of Agriculture Lat summer, instead of returningto
to pay :Swift $ In per barrel, and
L Lang, of New Rnchelle, N. Y., Colonel Norvell, after being widower who is too gay for bin S. Rowley. the city, they sjiont their time in thought t1H'Yf're fortunate to get .. j

J. died last Saturday at The Cedars shown the sight of Pnytona last age.A Railroad 'oininitiuner II. J. California, and returned to Datona it at that.

lie was 53 year of age. Death Saturday was Mletllaii4 impressions few men who make remarks Hik-hie. last fall. The men in the party had their

t was caused! by nriemia. The remains of the city. "Thisis paradise," be about women.A 1lriJ.nnie Negley 11 row n wan
stories tell but the reviled
Justice of the Supreme Court--M.U. to ones
r were prepared by Bingham A replied. "I have never yet in all preacher who thinks he ought born in Franklin county, Pennsylvania
Sheppard; Associate Justices, 0. by Dr. Daylon, J. N. Russell and E.
t. and to New Rochelle ." to the town. March IS1 I 12 and
Maley shipped travels 'beheld a prettier run C. was married -
S. Farr, C. Atlanta and E. P. Ax- Walilroll were so long that they
t foj ink'rlUent.r' A few who know how to run the'aJl'air near Canton 111., on November
'r' Henry M. Flagler and party drove tell. will not do to repeat JAt're.'l1u.e .
'" Greenwood of the country.A 13: ISM. Mr. and Mrs. Itrown came
The Company
r' Cemetery down from Ormond Friday eveningof County committees will be urgedto who gathered at the picnicWednesday
grown young man who laughs to this county in 1H71 and settled in t
have had force of clearing
a men last week and boarded their were:
plate local tickets in the field inevery
( up the lots and extending the cial train for St. Augustine. John.pt'-I! every time he says anything in the Slate and Logan township, on\ farm three Mix John Mttfejr, Mm. (o!'man, Mn.Win. ;1
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i main the weeks A girl who goes to the pOHtofficeevery county miles southwest of Vanclete. They Jar Lm>n. Mr. A H. Wilkinson Mrt. !!
avenue past two Anderson and J. I). Price, I I
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will be broadcast
managersof time the mail comes in. sent throughout jnovetl! to this city in I ISS Mrs }:. ('. UaMroM, Mr, ]>. \uliltio.1Irw. :
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and the
far have asked
so not public
the Hold Ormouil mine down A al'err of men with the cabocc the State. Urown was a promiitent menilier ol W. \V. A.ftin. Mm, H It Ilo gerti, Mr. ,
i for contributions, as lots are from Ormond with them run-l Mr... I.nuivfNT> 1'1"'IIIlttltln.| Mr. &n.J. ,
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of their tlOUIM'Nmn' asA -- the Congregational church, also of
aoldappropriate it all to improvements Mm. FrnnkVlnl.>, Mr. ninj Mr*. l>. IV !;
S. II. Jove has a huge number of ghw*. High\\ School Notes. I I Frank M. Thomas.V.. IIC. No '.)." IttlJ"I'tI, Miss Mulx-l I It>wn., Major J. N. t

contracts on band, but nevertheless, man who grins when you talk The SOIbIlJllflfhistory class have I I Uu wll, .\. C. ('or|..., Dr. and Mr. Dayton, *t

E I Ihrry Tliomjison hlIt't the coif he nays be still low the facilities for and laughs aloud after he has Maid finished iw.ln\il history and are !! Holly Hill Ulr niD1t.I Mr.I iul MM. fi.I'J! ... Smith, Mr. and j*

t tract for building a i'5-flllt *|>ced something."It I I MrV.r |If.| I:'(mornI,.on, Mrs. (Charb
building a }house on every vacant lot now taking modern history. TIle Mrs. and Miss Ford, Miss Fur-
t hunch. It will h. completed in a up r qf, Mm J ,4. Van I Ihnrr, Mm. Wm.
f ( of months. \tr. in town this summer if necessary daM have the largest average number (man, Mrs. Geo. Harris, Mrs. CitaH. K. Moon, Miss .\min couple Thompson
lie lias jut completed plans fur a Was Summertime Dixie Land" of pupils of any in the High Harris and daughter went on the I SiL&II 'ol.o."n. i. .
. has ordered of the florillotor(
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r large coquina house at ()"noncl.J. At pi>*ent the biggest "SoI1IInt"': School. Cherokee to Point Paik and New i t '
, Co, a 9-horsqiower high; speed I
\l in this was written by Edwin latin class Smyrna on Wednesday Quite a The Halifax Rifles liupected. j
Grant Ferris automobile engine for S. Williams, the mail carrier country The sophomore are now i iIIJ.tantG'nt'ral

, his boat. U'twcon lions Park and New Kendall and is being sung translating IVsir. They finishedthe number from Dttytona also NA advantage l. .\ J. Clifford R. 1;.t

Smyrna, has purchased 2-horae-- nightly in the principal| theatre and Beginners Latin Grammar hut of the trip. Footer and Jeukrtant-CiJonel l Steven .'

MN. .\. S. Wilkinson :and J. W. Grant Ferris engine from the music i halls throughout this country January, and wiuVthen they have Last week the Clierokfe carried a T. None! III the United States ]

Wilkinson have invested in lots 7 power Florida Motor Company. Mr Williams It i in such a great ..bi.." that the predictions devoted their tinx to the translations number of plffi ourMot't'lt-r" to Smith Army, retired, inopecteil the Halifax t'.

p.r i. and 12 Work :'to. Holly Hill-form will use the engine to propel a are fair that a million copiesof I of the Ine of men of the mid- creek, also up Below creek to KitW at the Arlnoq' last Saturday ;

erly William and Jesse I/mge lots- launch in which he will carry the this cong will be sold during: die 8ftf8. Messrs. Knox A Ilml's dutiful orange evening. ;

and have a force of men -'At work 11KI1. grove. It was a surprise to Alwut thirty men were in line,
mail. is
ball
1 The base season on again.The
r renovating the old grove, which they oloe.. many to find so fine a grove in thin which was a good showing considering ;
find mostly alive, but will abort all The Winton liulieui II and HI It WM umroerUm in Dixie when a hewhwpora i High S:<-liiiol) ban good material vicinity. Many )liought sample Ilf that at .this time of the a
loft and low, {or a good base ball team. Only year t
r Cleveland .
need budding good rxml'lc.1lr were shipj'od to Tuesday.They That she lovrd nw and I'd won her heart the the oranges, and all appreciated d the great number of young men seek '
for
; some of the neighbors with wild andneglected will be overhauled and sent toGermany aDd bawl, that they are handicapped courtesy of Messrs.I Knox A Ikt-d in I for the Gordon Ofonnettmet" When 1 kiasrd the fa1ft"" flow'r evergrown lack of a diamond we would suggest p J!
, groves. % in Southern how'r. allowing pit-nicer the privilege of The Armory was crowded with
I W. II. Peters informs tine IMxie-DixiH IMM. that some one start an athletic | t.
'-, so It wax Hnmim-rtmi- in and
landing walking their
t There will U through citizens and all eind greenly in- i
a meeting of the Gazette-News. Harry Owneny, of rlll1 receipt of 2": cents in postage field for DoytonaThe F
k t Anli.Raloonnsue in the beautiful grove. There are many tere t fIIl l and shared" in the pride of

; thurch) tomorrow Congremgational Washington, lias I been engaged to 'luul|*. a copy of this beautiful sophomores are hard at work tree still laden with fruit. the! company.

eveningat dr the machines.Mr song will IK mailed to any addressin I in All of the clay
vi1 now geometry. Mrs. Charles Harris returned from
K ma.t showing
Company
7:30: o'clock. Hon. R F. Ibach, a.i good a (

i of Indiana's Ind., will speak on and )IN. F A, Palmer andhate the United States by the Theatrical passed in the tinal examinations in Tallahassee last week, where site, as any company in the State in
, ""' Music Supply Co.: No. fit West algebra. Mr. Adams ha dividedthe hall IItO(>visiting her father for overa
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Scope of the Work of the Anti- daughter? vlvml tht'irtintt'r all except nnmler. f
1 2 nth street, New York. v class. -the girls. against the Imys. month .
oon LeagaOand Rev. J. C. Mc- homo iu\Dayiona, and left Wednesdaffor After the inspection was over, the r

Reynolds will speak on the "Unifica- (WgnMr.. Palmer will At the end of school he will announce The} Cherokee will make a.trinon public indulged in a social dance, ;

tion of Temperance Workers of the bo quite buSy this summer looking ('apt. C. II. S|>oncer requests theGazetteNews which ,side had the Urgent Wednesday, April 27, up Smith as guests cf the company. At 12 L I

State All are invited to come and after World; Fair buwneiw, fur the : to announce that his I, general average in their woik. As creek and Hulow, leaving Onrad'H O'd'Ml the dancers departed for |

hoar theme gentlemen on, these topics. ))'abaJi Railroad, of which be is asibtant *- book entitled "Get There Samuel the gitb are greatly in the majority, dock at 9! o'clock, calling at the their hoiueg delighted with the en- K
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I: Meeting of Congregational AssociationThe i1111tItlr4uli1Mlittife.tslsltsltitFts. M1ssFtFifit.1s1.,1>f1ilt+at -
Port Orange. I .
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: "Bostonian"Shoes
by and Urn Ai>| 'Ui-llur Kt last \\t't'1. the Congregational Association of i

for their IIOHW in Frankfort IttJ.Cu .
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ol Florida will be held in thin city, .
| tMiii AU'iaUiler HIM user from Wttlnemlay and Thursday : for Men r
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; take lk''urJ'iMitiD frieml la're. Tuesday: : .

Ftj Sunday ffnui' church< iWonitetl of next week. -

. with l autiful I lifter LillK-c from Mrs I The program i i., as follows: i tee fait lindintr favor with g :

| or (', U. M.rker'sgartkn. IhoMe who have Un jutjlug .1> ;
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Win. NeMiuuiiV bossily luivv uioedinto Tl'KSDAY:
i I*. M. from f 1 :-.0 to |2 nwwe for :.
1 \V. I.. McI'auWs cottage west oft : "
>- lIrllt'rt t 7.00-1 V-Totional m'rvfc* Div !,,",_ their *hoe.. bewm-e they "t. -
lIP railroad
on a\fniM .
. S. II. (low lint a KMig of men straightening Sherrill. : nattily recoffniie in them a S : {:
7:20nnull4t'rmon., IU'r. Jn .dVbi-
I 1', MI Mr.t (;!.*IMT'.. !IHIUMV nhklihad rt 1I1,1t' of unuual"Bostonian"gINld $tk', iandgnalityanwniblaprhtr'
walked lOt) badly that tl., liRr did not low.7:50AiMre : ) -R'-
s. H ol Wfleoww, IteT. C. M.
rloMcll.. It
all C.V.. Johnson. tin Florida East Coast Bioghnm.Rdpon .
.r'. It.-\ Itieh'd. J. Inrr I "ftn.
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; Railway agent; has mortal into the i

litt.vottm lw' I'.nl built on Ridgy WEDNKSIIAY.A. ,

: : n ; &liI6\\1/"ll. Dultoi" Sr. UOOl'Ulioll.: led by Rr. I:. Henr
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'()- 1111I1 : how to bur nud tell\ ftr' 8.50 ;
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I "tMtf'd for hvr hof' i New \'otk. Dr. Bp rote.9:20Organization. .
II, K. 1)u Bois nrvdtnr" : >ikniiHi his mother : and t.u.kWtl. I H pair Try a jxiir J'

.I /wfHrax JmkHonvillo nnd HAW her onhumd 0.45-RetfUtrar' report, tv.,. K W .w .

I (ltl! a Pullman ear. Butler. 4 -1 t

: Monday evening we bats a how in 10.00-Report of committee on Ute of

i! Rid!-"\'noo*! \Mand\\ it was a good on, religion, Rev. C. P. Rt-dfieU fi{ Clothing, Shoes andGents'

\ )', having tie Ilt'tIt moving pklurp that 10:20: -AddIVM of retiring Moderator.Prot. :t GlObei

: IHIV Urn lore and tin proprietor took Jo:. I.. Itic hludl4Ou. : Furnishings _
at ..lO.oO-Addres. Work of A. M. A .Iw\ I f *i -
twins to explain them The show wan ;
loCI'ftLtlJ enjoyed bj all pn-nent. The Hall W. 8. Eaton.11:20Address :i J DAYTOXA, FLORIDJLJlf

w Jll'rowJt'\l. The Home and the Sabbath -
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School, Rev. Cbo.r ropliell I. : It
Thursday of lad week the Literary
()- i PECK Ql; FOSTER, Proprietors )
11:40-Report of Christian Kndeavor:
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Sooiet.v 1..ltl l their lajt regular muting 'I'

{ :! to for this ...QslID. in UhlgrworMl Lall. Mm. and Sabbath Kt'hooh. r ** ... ....... ........ ..*. .+1it114.1tfrf1tM1rF11t1i t
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.\IIl' PUt rn.flt'tWuJ.* Mrs Need- C. B. Ur.OIIilT. I
Van Sickle.2:20Mlseellaneous Discussed the the Children. .1
..t law ami Mr I *. DuBoi I4t'rft'tlaint, re- 6 ; .
<< fA'ttbmt'ntll.11 had a j' O-fant after 'llOttl A Mother meeting wa heM in TKACHKK: OF SINGING, .111
2:40 Addreiw Home the Fooiuktioii
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noon.Friday. : the school hoiweVednewlay afternoon 225 IUdtil"'oud .he ,
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t-u-ninu of lawt wk the hoolC'U'1'
I ol 00-AnniverHary: the \\'OItUUt'Itome with a very large attewlaw 1MI /f'I
I j nil entertainment in Ridge woodhall Ii/llllonl\ryl'ni&u. The wan opened by a lul- _. -- --'"
] to raise IK>IIM> money to buy more program
liooltH for their library. The scholar ;:(HJ-I'ral'r aril praise service, M by hilly song by a down little girls TIn DAYTOXA HOSPITAL .- |t

gar ivitAtioii!*, Kong, ('t4' nhk-h were Rev. F. 11',11'ratherwat. from Miss I1A"l'kc'r'room, which
l )' ? 7-Sermon, I'",!'!. W. F. lUaeiwiMi.THURSDAY. New I'xjuipment T I .I"It'd NII_ \i
applaudeil by the the largo ao ).- wan very well sung << {Comfort quiet and I privacy. I
. hall U-iiiK full. Afterwardi Mrs C. It.I..r .
give the children sa much pleasureto Ambulance 'arr''He' smitt
trrat.sI all of the tIC holnt!! to Ice A.M. the mothers to hear it. No. 10 1 lay street Telephone: i iI
1 ) I fivaiii and cake, then the dudifint indulged 9.00-Devotions led by Rev. Edwin U. sing an
1v Ickes.t '1 Dr. Edith Hrash then read -- ----- -- I
I in the PAID*. After that. dancing a very

was in order till about 11 p. in. It wan ::.?OItuslnews.J:10Address excellent paper on "Tlie Care ofChildren's G. P. Co. '
Ballough
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i a great Hiifce, and all enjoyed tinei enWUKKI Education, 1t..l'ha,1ettI' Teeth," in which site
ing IttdlleIJ.10OO.1ddnss I'LL'ilHIXn, O.VS KITTING, 6TEU
The Daily 1c.dIDg of carefully explained the care of the and HOT WATER IIKATIXQ. I
.
I 'L < MIU>KKV the Word, Rev DnuW .SiairooM. teeth should eommenee alnnwt in
UX'\TEn I.N Tilt MAMM: hi tLKM.

For n lone tins the two-\ear-old childof 10:20dInTlw Home and the Sabbath lah'hooll.0 open discussion: fol If you want iildmbing 'd 1, ,Lie rtayoraU'I
I1. L. Md'hemon. :tH X. Tenth tit, KwuiiiK Ser k.. IK They lowed, when many qUf'8tion'J1"1'e phone h7, 'Tlit-T ttk Phone to W
i Harriiburic. I'a., would Wp but two or Conflk-t Rev II. It. Van Auken. with theta
three hour ill ihvearlj part of the night, 10.40-AddrehH. Our Need of a :;laottII"Jlml asked and answered< regarding<< the -

,J nhhh wnile it ery hanl for her parents 'jit regatioualiMn, Uvtli. Owing to the supper ;it the oe0ieieea0eeeeeeeeee--
Her mother ronrluded that the MM. had
stomach tniuble. and gave her luilf of Uv.: Muxoii Noble' lintel JLX'Spland: there wan a short : DR. BRUSH

I L'hniulwrlain'ii Stool lch and I.lverTub- ll.OO-DiwUHj.inu aud bwiueM.P. program, and the meeting'adjourned
lets which 'luit| >tl'lJ leer otoiimrh and she M. o IIOMKorATllirDR. PiIYSiCiAN.
earlier than nsnal The
I slept! the wboltlIi ht Two next meet-
through. 2.00-1 Wotions led by Mr. F. A. Whitf.
I boxen of tluw Tablets have efferted n in: mil I I.- I hi \V-l.sda\ >.. May 0e -
!.:!( -Add rest, The Home and It* Rela '
! wniiiiiH-nt[ 11/1'. and I see !i" now well and
tronjr.* For wale l h y all druggists and tins to tle1)nyS4ioiIol I I: I I i I' i l I I '1 0 I Ilifl/lit 1.'aMl..1 ltiV; ;ulty
i rfled.'in' d.'srk't'w. e
$ ltithnnJ"on -
f
, r 2.1AiKlreiiH: The Hlbfe of Ti- L'! )'. l H. \ 1 o 0o E. R. BRUSH '

! Dr. 1'ic'i-soii and) M. It. Aultniaii I ('. R. William- !

t' each claimi-d l that their reapectiro '13.UU-cuulutuntun Sermon R, \ i',1 I' o DKNTIST

| ntacliiiM ponlo! nm faster than tlKlln > C. llullidiiy.

I i t"r- 'r Ir. Alt man leis a Catlallac. 7:00: -Frayer ami pruvr\ > I. dMr. I I 0S \" Ho; third AvenueOpK

$ whi't' I>r I'icrMoii drives an ()ltlsrnohik Wm. Roxh>. ,
I ) .. \V<< .lucnday t\t'IIillJt they went I -lWrrHui: by FlortH.i l II i H: I | Hltl I' I l' '' 'houl

uses on he beach hi settle the gneslitnn. I I Molar, Society, Ht'I' I I. I'' II JiI ......o.eo.ot.c Ct..

Tinnut' was f\j.two inileH. "Ivy, liar.I'(1lt.Nklruf I I ;., I'S. -- -

I They stated, anti all w'nt.11 until F. UnJe.HI.K. .N-?*.*.-.**..-....f..MMf..n...-" .M.N. S."..-..---

i In IhHor'M machine swerved I -. -
: Neville H. ClarkI
ROIl) stn<<'k soft sand- and when this txv, UNt |
% COM :"" \ I
, : | t irtjiix-iied the steering gear shuck ". hare Urn suffering td I *-t !I. i
him in t'.c: sioniHrh and threw him.'I yenrs with a hfrere attoi-k oi 1,10'1111'.1 _I I OPTICIAN. I

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I ouiVliih'> In way itheriiiK himself I tj.lII. ninl found that Italian SIM?, ..
I lordlier the machine continue l \\attlwonly thing that )(;IM ::::
to mil around in a circle. He iin sat>lnrtiun and tended tonJletmtmy .....
1 1jnllll
Mareli 21 th HHi2 John IIh'gnan
:
paiiiH.
'1J in and I started after Ault- \ililii. MurM'AIXREFRIGERATORS :
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| t
Kii."iiian, Ills ::::ar.It.: IUIII
: i nuii.. nlio had gained the 1(111111)! # 1 (M). Sold by J M I Join. ::::
this time, c"swears that with ::

all his IIli"forhllu'lIhmnn )beat siI

i him only thirty f.tt.Oldficld'sOisqunlification. James \V. Perkins and ('11". i). arc: the cohhM dryiM, cleanest, I ii, Kycs Exainincil 1 Free

: I A IK!is have fount 1 a copartnerHhij purest 1I1,.-! siiiit.ny and l Ix-sf ivfrijenituiN ?- :: .
I n At ('Ilr'JI'\\ In. I'\'rr
I Removed. and Mill practice law under the finn .'\"-r n>a.le :: ...
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t name of Perkins -- -
Tin' tlisqiialififntion of 14arneyOId'ieltl
IVrkino solicitor for V hisia 111N
county R. S. MALEY.
I
] forouix'ling<< | in various
and Mr. I.tnlliM has been t
uiiKuntiiiiitMi county i C. rablan Law
eventA, Las been or- -
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her for several years, holding a 1 ATTORNEY-AT 1.\W t
den-d' removed by the racing hoard] .t+++++ 4++++++fr++ +. ++4+++t *
.. K<->iii I I. Altttnttr 1(1."k i
chair in the law of Stetson +
department <<
I of I the .\lIIl'ri<'Automobile.' Association Ci".n I'uprtnlC"- ,It ,
; \'ersit--J\aJ.nn,1 Supplement. << du.. andVixhifjnJn, l'I\\.ton.1
j [ nhsal| iayiiieiit by him of $11 0. I.olla-Tburllll. F : ;
?Mi' Kl.llield' ) writes 11',11. Peters, The Palms K aturrlayL
-- -- --- -- ----- + + .1111111111111 i1i1N11'Nit'
; ) of I iln. i ill. that he will go to (Jerinip ._
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] : \ f.u the Gordon I nnclt rates .1. I). Brown of the Journal, went<< ,. ++ ----- -

to Titutmlle Thnrmlay. returning + + H. H SEELYE k.M M. D1
and want Ir. Peters to accompany 315 :N. heath I St.J + ,
i :him i vestertiay.IKodaksForRent., t. +

<< Physiijian I (\1d .surgeon.
l-J Mrs. R. T. Sands, *
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,t + \
I C' Uv out| r. .sb'no' 17 '. f'lflol-r..oet:
I << II I + I'WWIUETOIC.; : I Imcr'Huun rtoaa.m..I I I.. r'pl ,.ta.

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+ + .SlhUIK'' ?
: t 'alsat il 11) hourt farm t .. -

<< + 7 a in to li; in. +
I ;;: : :. Developing and Printing for Amatuers. *" fl ++ 1 S H. Gove,

I .. k. *, 4-14-4.4., i! +44+444+44+ "TTTTT it .\NI'NIThC"
|t| U.1,1 |( AM. I "xTU"roLIt..idt"'t' >
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;' :!> Edw. G. Harris : NiNlC. Lit MotkhoUtrt' -Mrttlnf.- ---- 11.1 "IH...-. n..itl l I" lust 'onwrol:

i' : "* IUd i lp/MH| mill. \ Io!',, .) m.nue.
I .\ III.-11 ,,' tlH NtOi-klt M .
) ; : UK < <-rM Of II. I'hll" ./. 11.1.\ glia 1oriJI.
I : ,: Peck Block 'Phone 91 : I nii.Mtil.tr Uritlne Cuiuynny u ill l I..ls'ldut'1'Iw I ._ .. -
<< 'I ---
:. rtikrtiiiailm Hotel on May t I2,

: :'I'+' .. ... ...... ................................ ......i I i'.Mll. Ik.tul I' of 111.IHm-turn.fur tin* |nirM' >M> ofVluiK ""' .t I11; FISH,
: I. H 1 lie tnUII.ft.r
:! : --- l b..ks will iM-cUMMni on May 2, !;"II!, I'r ,THXEY.lJ.W I

I ...,...,.,. ...'....... ...........'!..'.,!'.. .!'!.!I!. ..'!. ..'!.... !.!.!.!.!.. .'!'.' '.'! "r,l lr of UM I'.nanl of iMrwtor nt n 11I..t
22'J ; > I inK I'-M A| nl 10. Its)I. Ih.Land. FI"rlot"
: K. H. Gunn. Vic lWiOvu,
; Drink LILY WATER. l'. I'. Li '11, Sri''tar> $1Nr Ids Facilities for Kxuniminf: **
: :! |'..rf..llnlf Laud l Ttl./I!
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) i tie((('JJt1) :Notke. DR. J. H. PIERJOK

i. Ahsolutely freed from all impurities c Notice M Iwndt Jli\.-11 tli.itminimi tits' ,isr ItE:' 11.1 ,

I l Ity the SchantFilteration 1'roi-ess. ; gnnnliau of tlwItrohm I' lnh'
: will.on tit j'I i I 01|,t\. ?\ M: ... nndl,
; I It is recommended) by the most eminent i I'.HIt. make ai.'i it ,. .n t" tl.1'I II.111 J.ountv. ,. I'tr k. Hloi-k opfsnuh! ''Ith
1st' M.'ntr ,
." t IIU1':) '''I' ; '
? physicians to he a healthy Florida, for I l. .. .. t M \ oh,? t I'l. 1
< i pure, "II' u.f )artona. J ,a I :i" *
Mtk-tlH '
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prune )
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( and hygienic water. Plain alld carI'onated. ; :'Ltlill. tl... I'"unit ? 1.r JJFlrty.tuMil. -. .

!l [ )It ULV W'ATE'R 84T". HOT .nJ ; ''of.f Florida and d' t 1,1",1 la f"rtow"'llIitfttA.. THt: ''';toT ( II'' II .; I l'S
t I j COW .t tlle ledrk Urllt el.nt5 c. : Lot II.I.' ( I II I I.;ujAUK'and .oj H', I'.irt .Or to- \I'Iit'"r"I',1 t..1 !"Of ,.f01ta" .
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11''t lo < d f I.. .f I II' '. 10
Ka.. writ.I -
"II' i 11)I Itl.NkIn pounty.
i % five .. Dim, '
WM. WICKING ( ) \\ ton a 4 HolY
.- Manufacturer, "ai.l i-xtute. I I"'i.iN-rtv| .' ofi fluff I f..r have 11/41..1 Iud'Ha!I in.' I d not bate ..
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lrul' years
I '! DAYTON FLORIDA :, ttI t''j HI\I, ( tu iv'iiiiiiiiii
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j The Daytona Gazette-News, Saturday, April 23, 1904 -

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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH Tb. ".1, ol \.rlra, VOLUSiA (LEMOCRATIC P.iiMARr: OverWorkveakens '

OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO. I'erblptt tbe one clement of tbe climate
,
Your
\U'\\\ n OFFLORIDA'S of tic Rocky mountain region Kidneys.

of that Imprvwbcs the: newcomer most
SAVA '. NAn Official Call by the Executive Commit- Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure tlood.
deeply n nol al*> most pleavintlj U
JUNIOR | MMMM W
that of the abutidttiH-e of Anbine. In tee-1 he Candidates to be Voted
}' .t.I > UI: A'JIT v.\ > |1.1 \l mOl s I'\SSr.\i.KH;: | All the blood in your body passes through
i ll'-l 1 1K'i'u: thin partienhir, hall In winter and In three .
kidneys once every minute
For and Who your
sumu-er alike, this is not the Italy Can Vote.
YORK SENATOR. only u X A m kidneys art 'JOVI
i" NEW BOSTON! and the EAST. of Atnerica; I It outlines Italy and H\ virtue of th* notion of the blood puriften they fit

equals. iitirtbern I gyi>t. I ter out the waste or
Colormlo Springs and Maoitou average J loan/ rratk Suite Kitvuthe Clln iiiit- Impurities In the blood.If '
JAMS
P TALJAFERIU born
was
:.t ( T r at Orange Court Houw, Virginia. Sep 34<) Kiiiwhiny days In a )'e* r-tlwt It-<. on January' 22, 1001;) and l the orlor of they are sick or out
.tl' ,- order they fall to do
II, id cent f their
[ nearly per t> daylight
/ ',
; temU 30th. 1847. and spent hU youthand of the IVnwn-ratic Ex''.' sttl' e their work.
l' ( 1 I" bright ...Im.blnt'"bUt' they havetwtnlylhe
manbuuU in bis natltti Pains,aches and!rhe.
oung
bas ( "mul th't' of Viilunin j
cloudy tiJyle Cbit-HKO" m..nt'IIl'.1
State. I matism come from excess -
j j 111. New York 1U3 ami AslK-vllle llH till lu heist\ on the 10th day of May, cf uric add la the

1 He it a descendant of \Ruben Tatla And jually important b* taw fact that blood, due to Deflected
Will.;! ) | a )primary t:loot ion in txllh -
ferro, who cam from England about the Kburtett days of winter will afford j pn'lino kidney trouble.

J the year 1CW and wtfM In KaMi eight bourn of nurabiitc ("oat/.I.t this in lie 'Otlllt.llurill the hours Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady

county. Vlrg.nla( and who was ot IN heart beats, and makes one feel aa though
Ji with the four nml n linf! bourn th w,1 i by ).m' for holding clwtionH.
had heat
i lJIt' helm branch of '" hat has aioctxime most you ntn bop to gnlii. In the: celebrated hey trouble because the heart U
.. for the nomination of the following overworking In pumping thick, kidMjr-
a numerou faintly Mr I Ta) valley of n.Jwltu..l.utl.. blood
poisoned through veins and arteries
iaferro'a father was F:lmuii..' 1'lMtdleo Salt take Cl'j: ....orage31.: .; das JUI..ralic caiulnlatw fur ofliix1 to bo It used to be considered that only urinary

jI tun Tillaft>tro. a prominent physlelan bright and dl'Ur.1rld Today total for at the general election to troubles were to be traced to the kldneyi, 4

I of Orange:: county, who devoted his entire but now modem science proves that nearly
-I -- life to the duties of hit profwke ("i itinl: 'OVKI. yi-Tlov. I lie heM) XovpinU'r *\ 1'JOI: all constitutional diseases have their beginning -

1 In that vicinity. I. \irnll; \\ 1\1": '._, col Clinr\MiU-r, Ku..., In kidney trouble.If .
.Mr I Tallaferro Yo aa engaged in acquiring \\rlt4tM: "M h III ",IMIIK! lay xk-k fur tlmt A Minlhlatr; fur Fnited rUntcs senator, you are sick you can make no mistake

'O.f BY LAND AND S '': A. his education In the noted) tuunths. I'Ndo| torn Mild lie loin qtikk, a rejtn-mitntive in rongrwui fur the :See.MM ; by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
echool William Dtnwlddl at Green Imttii
"-+"un.nlhlillic" U e |irin'ured a of
1 Short Rail Ride to Savannnah \wod. when the war between: the 1t"lIurlr. Iiurr sound S\ nap nisi! It Ulvd tiiii;;rvHoiotul) ditrirt, a justice of' Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy Is

THENCE via Palatial State began and left the school la ii m That Mit.. m >enm% go. and Pine tinuirviiH'| ciNirt for th.. full term of sin lOOn realized. stands the highest for Its

I IE f Express Steamships 1861, when only 17 years of age, tcenlist il..*ii \\. lm\c ttlwn)N kept| u IMIU"I\ it year t Itrw juritieen uf thrsuprriiIe court wonderful-res
Soilings from Savannah In the Confederate army. In n tli |It.'t.. i liiiiiut tr| without it. HKo\-inor. n ......r..t4It'Ii' utate, an attorney I and is sold on its merits
which he Hued until the close of the Kui" i <.iiili' and rnliU it lute no eijunl." by all druggist- in fifty-
t FOUR SHIPS EVERY WEEKI t Kem-rni, a comptroller, a trea cent and one-dollar sires -.
war. Returning to his home alU-i !::c., :.111: and iSold\ "J J M I Jen.-
1! un r, a "*i|.-ttnt.rl"ilt| of public iimtruoti I. You may have a

I ; Sew York Tiuikin;! i loix-'onn rtioiif t\ nli. .V \\ \-nl I'u: ,tnii ..|HIH or {..lInd the surrender he en teavored to r* m, u ....iHmiH..i..iT of agriculture i sample bottle by mall ., ......,...
u
I trlr.l I'ul !tlt
1' last
ui me and complete his Mudl... but \Ir| ; > > T.l
: : !Urn*. All ti. L.'I nu' Iii.* An'iuiiiilh-41! wi'li niontlilx -.I' >" -< l hr..|iil.-M \\iitefm railroad toiiimiNMoiir I free, also pamphlet telling you how to find

i gPlwrnlhttnrttlit'I( "ii Mi nir +.I"l ,."hi't: ,' n i H t>, -, \ i h, i.i t i all|i on the misfortunes of war had made sue ,> Notke of Application for ear Deed an niljiitant out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
, changes in the condition of the tams la' wish a hluleelieiiiiMt, a judjje of tin Mention this when Dr. Khmer
\\.II.I'Ir\\I: 14 X'" I'l1. nn.H.-n I M.i I 'I I : \\ 1 \\uUTII.!.I'\ I'nJer Section 8 of Chapter 4888 paper writing
I Pi,. .'. '. N- "d. \ \. > :i-1.>.02W I ly that he decided to abandon his. purpose eirvilit rum, t for tlw "Sleuth jiidniiil cir- &. Co., Binghamton N. Y.Don't .

\Y SIIHMMIU rl''t .n .I $I'i. '! I .I.I i. kTriWeekly "oll\ ilk.. and enter at once .upon the rr I,aw of Florida. i'uitasuite's Attorney for lazy Seteiith male mmtale, but
iionalbilitles of manhood in too hope N'nlM IN Uclvlit.' glvitl tliittC. C. FllllIIII.K. any remem
,liHk'ial circuit, A jtnlin of tlx criminal er the niiiw, amp-Hoot Dr. Kilmer's
I : of bettering his own fortunes as wet |l'I"llIc..r of Tnv fertinViita No

, t as those of his family. IH:|, iliiM tilt Ttb dny of Jots. .t. II., t."rt..f word n w>lk:itor of tin* rriwiinal Swamp-IUtot, and tbe' nddremiN. ltinghamptl .

, rI Removal to a more promising fiel' INn, has howl.l mud eirtinVnte in my court of re< onl, a ck-rk of the rrimin.il Y lilt every llllttt.
than then offered In his native .ltl>i*. mid Ills ninde iiiiliintiuii| | for hasIP.d
I r was .. Court of rvt-ord, two nHnifrN of tin _. ..
! lo |ii ihIII ilnoidniMV wllli law.evilittiiilr .
I[ i iI State appeared to be Imperative, lull :"Jlic\\ I t-iiil.niecH taw fullmUHKiUil II0u. of irpreNeiitntiieii, A county judge.
Tallaferro to Florida\ seeking
came
young
I iI .! ..... |1"111"| .ii.\I Hitiiiiteil HI Volusui sheriff, n rWk; of tit* circuit (court a
such employment! might .
j as
; present Your Heart.When
I'onUIy FlorMln. to witN. : ti olK.:. \ county n.wssorof taws: n ins eolWtor. .
itself and
, .. finding It. as many .tnd N S >1411 I ,Nr 17, 1'p.19| S. Hniige Ii ,
county lIul'rlllt"lklt'nt of mMir
another adventurous youth has done | { instruct
, : .> I is: tltI$ niivt.. The Miid land king; I
. at the very foot of the Industrial ladder 'ulllf'tlllPCl| nt Ibe date of tlw' WuHlN-e 01! ion,a ur\e\cir. county tniimirer, Your Heart

1 Possessing no capital but health "nrli tvrliHriile intbeiu n.f u( D, O. Clark.FiikM "I1I'ni"r[, i of it-t int ration, Are rountjiiiiitiHMionem I Fails to Pump Your

hope and a sturdy determination U ( snit i-i-rttlV-ati shall U- r..d'4'tlw.1 thre.. niernl-r of, tie Blood Trouble
I win which has ever Mince been nee n aironiins to law. tax tWI I will Issue ,
county InMird of t,1 Ie instruction,
his chief characteristics, he took service lliereoiioii tbe lltli. day of May .V. I II., pu nJMithfof Kcaulta.
as a lumber marker In a saw milla IINI 1. tliea| <-e in and for dilltr c'tll

, t : common laborer, wearing the tl'itrwesU1y.efk'ialieiganturrant hall I iitinibem, :, a, 4 I, J. 0, 7. H, !9, 10. !11 ; a Have you heart t I"u bI.T

1 roughest of clothing and living on the this tbe Nth day I of April.1 .\. I It., 1'. IJ.Ktaa coiiMtnbleln and fur districts nuwWrs You hare if you find It hard to breathe

coarisebt of fare. lie "grauuatinl [ ,) S.\MnI: I). JlllthU, I. 2, .'J.I, 5, G. 7, H, y, 10, 11; five |.r.*.i-.ideiitinl after If you walking have pain up stairs la your xcrcUia left side(. ete.In

. :.....i thence Into a faker county lojclnil 'Ile.rk I in-Hit r"Ult"Iu..in Comity, nil.I ".ki-ton>, 'four uVleffiite-nt. .\large cheat, back or toullr. If you suffer
camp with little Improvement in nil
.. to 1m IInn.\1) !convention two Oiwtrkt from cold pitrrmltui, pU face. MM

condition faithful wrvlce; but after for others some, be years begat ol nUl I'nli, \pr. tt; lat stay ;.1 drlgntrs, t hi rteii iiwnitwpt-at'lArtfe of lip, dry cough s....>lln. .,,It.lu.
If li.no faint
.. you Ins spells breast
to look out fur hlmlll'lI. Having become :Notice of Application for Tax Deed II taU> eummitb-e, a NUtlty inemlier ..I pant palpitation, n' ln'M of the fact

familiar with the lumber bust Under Section 8 of Chapter 4M3M. state commit.e, A iik-niliH1, of law na dfecomfort In rl< rplmr on one side.

near Trim the ground up." be ai. Ias of lorida. tioital coiitmitti'e.AH The only pclntillc treatment for this

. dressed himself to the attslnnu-nt 01 whole train of trouble 1s Dr. MtW
'
Nona in ..1\ iiUfii tbut ( (r. Funninir. -
the county rnmlidalc shall file Now Heart Cure
high position therein which h<
|1"lIroha-.r of Tax IVrtitiente No
soon>> achieved and which proved I I I77.V: diilwl lit.- Tilt day' of Juan, .\. It.. their ai'j'lk'ntioini for l.w.ill their Dr. }III'..' New Heart Cure U the
be the safe basis of hU later success. rn-mptlon of a famous upecUllst,
I lttm has HM! wild tt-rtitk-ate in my .
During the strenuous period. of his oilkr', and ban made Hpplif-aln n for tn', naiu -son the primary ti ket with whose great *U
growth as a man and a cltl/en Mr .l"i-d to i issue ill niroriiam-e with law. Gary I). L Ulfli8, rrHarj. and treasurer nervous heart disease has mad. his.

SailingsJACKSONVILLE Taltafcrro. while making no prete Said rtiHi-ntf. mihrnrtii tl. followingilnterilml of and) for lie I Il iK'inocratic; scientific nam" pr world.-emtnetit in the medical and

along as a politician became: profoundly |>r<>|>crty .. luRtAotl l in \'lIlu.in i iriMinlv
(:1r1\4I Interested in the political event* < ', Flo'rnla., wit: S K. S'if s. W. ecutire Committee, accompanied by The modlrlne<< will cure you. We know

and NjLW YORK the time, and passed through the lnlug '',' S.r.;, '1'1'. II.K.! Ramp 3.", I' -IOac'"," their R8IW.'IiAtm"uta fixed by the bottle It. We does want not you benefit to prove your It. dru(1ftwlO If first

scenes of the reconstruction I IM- ...",111111.1 tiring tIIt..1 l ut the date
( .dlll";: ,tt I ;t. 0I.1., .' I shoulder to shoulder with pcrlod Ilif tl I..- iiMimnrr' of mull eertilk-ate in th. on nty committfe. gin you bark your money.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE LA'1'.IGI> < SERVICE. sonu 1111I"1..1 \\.lViiv. rnleM" said rrrtifl I "1 have for .*vrr l years suffered atlfIf'tI
of Florida's bravest and worthiest spir .\ second primary will le held 01 ash h'.ut trou)4 I rot sobud
ititi"liall !bt* nti.nie l nrrordin to taw, I coniii<< not sderp lutir the nlftit.
The New and Southern Lines Its helping U) bear the bunk-nit of th
Clyde England the "ill of June KM!) I 'Ia/lllM'| and Met the
lax l"l\ l will iNtiiii-tlietfoii on tit** lltbla day to t. MI up on side of the
trial of Democrat charged; with viola j fwd I..b uf thorn<< to ft brvatb. Three
|Ihll"I :S; IM I. |I.t t 1.1" I tlons of Republican election law: and \ It May. .\ l II I'.Hil\ between the higlt ramlutuUMwhoHc oT my Itr.,""..rN h"\'<> died of head trou-
JACKSONVILLE BOSToN AND I'.IOVIDKNCF.. \\ itiH>Mit in\' iittiml l fiirnntniv and wnl lie and I thoiichl I w oln ttie same
ANI ALL. IuATKKN > O1MT>. on om occuion wan find In contemptfor I hilt ( lie Mb day of April! A. U.I I'.WlSUIM. nomination *uiil) ) not have way tint ntxiut Iwo amt a half years
Callmi; at I li.uM"ti| /li' ili \\ rhi.rlng, In open court verdict ago I K"t it pol ml,1 ire stout I.r. Wile
,- ($sc.1r 1 I D. In.I'U.rl. >een nwde by a majority vote at the New IIait tans and thought I w ul4
MMI-\VIIKL\: : : IMSoithbonad of ar (tultal in one of those trials. IK t"'HI.Afii'
try w tum I
From Lf Mis'Wharf, B stol sen1 the Democracy with unworriedenthusiasm ('\.- t'iriiiit I'oiitt \ ..11I..in County, Fin.IF'lut fit [J11'i lOa ry. ri''
Northbound I Irom fool Citli-mr JscksonviHiMiYDK pines id. n ti an M-f-.rr for imvrral yrmn.I .
stre t, and rare fidelity without I II .
i.. r.l I i- too i.t; HIM T'iin'ncl them for heart
I'uh.pr.lI i stay )
; Those and those will bo al- ,
I a thought: of personal reward, during i iI. only trout 1 !ilV.: I : jritltV llt'RT, Pajtor

( ) ) ST. JOHNS( ) I 1'IYLK: I LINK. the Mihaequcnt years of Democratic\ I :Notice of Application for Tax Deed < \\'eti l to vote in the primary elertioi l.i.t.-t| rih. liu.t. Kans.

I. rule, and to such good purpose that bf Under Section & of Chapter 488S Writ to us for Frw Trial
Between Jacksonville and Sanford became the choice of his fellow Democrats who are white Democratic reg'iKteivdolcrn FREE j..,. i...,,.,, of Dr. Mil|,,' ABt).

HT i'IXtiT P\I.\TKA. ;ASTOU.\ ) M'. llt\\H, I' 1\mI'iI'IIIUt.\: : ((11tf.UIJ) aa a member of the State Executive Law (.f florida who! declare their adherence fur Pain I'1 Plus Hi.-.. :-pw.-,\ -nitim H.imtinc lUank.Remedy Ourt
InU-riiMtluitf; ; Ju\-! | ll\ Kit Notk-e m In'''''hy /gin that I' I' Fun- << .I, KI.t'! .
l Si '
un< LtiiiliiiK-on I' : Committee, of which body bf $1. 'K i > ->ur cane trli
I iniui.. pun IIIUtII.r ol 'IVrtitk-Ate NoUnj tn the principles of the !Vinoiratitarty <' )"u whet I N \lr." t J ( w to right It.

EAMmi: : City of Jacksonville was the chairman for several yearg. I :!, dat.il) the lath day of II')" .\. I).. and who pledge 11..108.1\.1..1 t ttabide Kr..> 1 in.1: 141,1 MHUCAI.: l.'O..
In 1S7I Mr Taliaferro was marriedto 1thQIW1VluA.: i.UUTAIIT. LNU. s
INttl.: ba nk-i| suit eittinVnte 111 myottkv I
Miss Jessie Hardy of Norfolk. \1'1 by and tlie rvnidi "f f iI
IH AI'Ir/l\TFI Tit h\ll. \H Ki'lSuininf. t ux'N: and linn iiivideupplleutlou for taxleed support I Ii -
and establishing a home in the city A!
Leave Jacksonville.......... .............. I'm .>.11.,1111!,> 1'liun'tiay| | at :!:;'tO p. in Jacksonville! has ever since resided :
(It.>turnilljlt. "hv. Sanfonl..... .........Mi>n.ititnatid in Voluniacount I ominees there! Krery: Voter mil I LVRTROUBLES

due reward of intelligent effort and upright II v. .'Iliti. It. to wit: N .. ofS. H: Vof.v.Vv Lt to make this :
required
ipialiiuaion
w A kounTT, S"CI1I:1)ULI' : .'rlh''ovn'' dealing with his fellow men v sv 7 ".. u s ninuv! :i:% i C |
liatdh..n I -4 I ue.Jlp 'tl Tin. .1i11 land lforx voting. Only rcgi..hrt. I
and honors Miught him. He became acres l..inK.'IWd
;,'. .hi: | ".'" .......... ...........In.'I'' JlI.. . ....j.\rrieI Yi+ti n III I .
the date of tbe of
of the First National hank at nwnnm-e urn-li HI:, p MI!! ....... .... ............rnlatkn .. ............\. HMpni president tintiniiM' uf voters can vote. Tl.c refiistr.itt I' 0: '
: .. of member in F I. & L ( 0.
Tampa a of the Florida
,
:i IsI U A: .-tor .... ..... alt p in looks will in each .
.. at.t .. ? I(I Fate Hoard of Health and vice president I 1'0...... NI.I..rtift'nh'l shall !I. n.WiiMHlmrordtiiK often pm-im t '11. ,.
I :io I Prom I (H>
a : i- '" p III 'If!' 4?' '
M I .. of the C. H Rogers (".0. Unspoiled to law. tax dd" will i iiethereon ho l'nth day of Marrh ItM'I( I an l .J4Iac'k.fnlJpi
.. |IIo'n..lol,1 f | i 1Ih I L lid 1'INlnl I :! a. "I hr 1100. cllaMM.
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the 1 11th If ).
on lay flay, .t. I ( .
.. IL ,
Amu nil| by prosperity, he has tired a ,, r' tt.er tie pad.prat
1'1 ::111" :-\\1110111 !li.'toain
.. : ; .. 1KH.WitoeM! will clow on the 2."ilh;; day of A pi"illiHll. '1')011 t.. It lull thlm..t.
life of sobriety and self-control .
KKHiiini I lit. I |I' !-. WIIU:( a 111 never inv offk-Uil signature and hell ( i I.t. '!IIR < AknuNC
for the t\\'ent.fuur i SoI.\I"ll' W 1'a.
part having j u-kr-.b.irj
years
this the Nth day of April .\. I I., UKI.
touched Intoxicating liquors $ I>. Jo..n.rltork By order of the State Ksc..nti\i. : If t.1ar liver d..ea not att regular '
Gener I and Ticket office [jtllAt.j] aalrsi. j
Passenger His election to the United States !" g *.\ixir. iniffffiit and _
Senate in 1S99 was an event of morn, Cm mi Court Volunia Count j, t Ia. Committee and the Demorratic) l.ectitive l.\. i :'lJr. "I i .. ,..c' of 'fb ,. ord'.

204 W. st. Jacksonville.KM I .. I Iii! l '
Bay than ordinary significance In the j :a. TnLi I and take a dlllle t

-.- place of exciting scenes of stubborn ', irir t'uh.I.r 'I. ln 7.t Committee of 1 ulu-s.t ,: '. .,. Iol'< 1 I1!.i- ffrmt family *N

I llo\Mn\iiK..ln; ; : Awl 'i.II.I.u.I ., \j.1 _( .I.i. k"<>nilkIla contest which had characterized simi" Notice of Application for lax Deed ounty Florida. I r I." "'. ,U in.tor"' fr. ,i.ii* the the torj'iJ CiOII.t'II&W' liter !.
lar occasions there
\\ l;. 4. Hl'KltJii.: Ixrnl Trt.K I' I'. Lo\ IM.I.: Snpt previous was a 'i Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, W. S. TlUlEt. I'r'e.ilent. cult> inii: .i ln-alUlT secretion 'i

F.M.t Uu<
.,.C MiCItTY.: '. <;i. n'I I I JiHt'n: 1'..... Aut. !W>\\ \rk." lion of political forces in his direction i j ('AR\ D. LISM-, :Swtory. I 'f..Hi 1''lark Draughti'iw gis
{ NotKe 1.1\, l tlint C C. Fanj
which resulted In his election, the, t i- nni-n;
n.YHi: UII.NK., : li.'Urial. 1>'.'iuhl tgent.rw York\; on : tb. <- U.wels of
TMIO.: U i. [:tiLR, wn. P. CLYDU CO., first ballot takes separately in the respective j i niiuf. 11111" ba-i. r ,,1! Tit l \ rtilli-nle. No. AI7J I J I"Ir 't... .Uj,1 .!r.jlth..lhe, kid.im- I
tat. 1 III.Tlh of JUI.. .
: day \ H..
(i"'i "'ml Manager, li..rwrulHuihiin .tgl''nt" house of the Legislature OB UKVp IT THHOlWn. I ITwoi i", ." < A '''fI".1| | liter invites 1 1.oo
lI''ti h.ihint tidvrtiriiaU- in
('hPSrbrough ?, I'.l State St \..u ) <>rL. the ISth of April by a large majority I o1HI. 'e., and IIOM made s< appln-ation for t41.1t'l..1 my I I !i. i Lili-M.-n.-M' cLillt! and

and the formal declaration of alike f'r aryl) ail I of sick I ;IlI.
manner
.LII SIIMI THI SrtHtv ToTicii. I h i -
I to i''''ihin anuidamv with law.Ha1d I
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; result on the following day. In I H, and i nt.U.''tin. Weak kid
iertili.-it.\ cmbrnivfi tbf following 11 .
lTHf.nn r\t'lu :1.Toes" ..
the joint session when he received 4) 1 I I.> < r.'t' in HrifrKt't disease
de-vrib.d. nituaMl in Volnnia .
Illinois Central R. R. ; votes a majority of 29 anJ a plurality 'I |prosy| eiirhl'-rfttli century |>lirii*' : win ii .1 I cn. K< many victims ,
{\_ >-ouiit> Kkiridn to w it: K.: y of S. K.S.v. \
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( uf 22, of those present and voting l.Tp r.I.o\\ ItniiK-tlH.Niuen: ,. HIM it an "c>>..r trw U k" ." (Having hags| l lpwae4l a.< i-tiii.|Pt;.n. A' 2S-cent ;"
in small < L.tp. f 'J L.,lfor Dlatk- .
town 1'
+ n Virginia in t
Commenting the event the
upon I II The "aiclla.lll..illar l aiwrwi.-d at the dut
Vorld's Pair Route) r, \ i. I Times Tnlon and Citizen of April 20 of the. Isxiiuiiif of Much certin.ale in the. winter of ll-Mrj: it w a ctory mm li of I"'j l I'n i'l.i MHHiul... always! be kept
: : >n-..'nt. I I'll to a short time 'lrs I ln'L. I 'I. .
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uttered the fallowing remarkable j name of Frwi Sehrauber. 1'nktMnakl
\ : f''ill I I'I'I John K: Harmon of MrHu SUitnm.n I ... ;
\\ sell daily luring I:4 : ':i/1' b!h. fulfilledi: Iwrtiik.al.- ,,111I111..* ..>>dWiiied. ati-onluiK tolaw "I u \. TbaitfoM'i Blfcck
I fi-itifht !
I hal l nor% >nAl liiowlwljfc of tlw rniurative <- n. r and kldaey com
I/ prol'hwhlth has been so rt'marka-I[ tax 411.1! I will IMIHtl.*min on the11th t Jr I i ?
( Ultra to zeal \
\lan-h 'rtirt4 of CliuniU-rluni
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anJpril..u ( -. ;, The whole past life of James r. : day ..( WIt''I.' I'.KItWitneM phq.| I I'' .M <.ut.'WAN. Mart -
\ I Cough Il>*tuedy. "Ijft.it Jiuiuan, ..h.- t .. Le. ,1 iU)1
1L- Tallaferro stamps him as the antithe- i I;. inr ott 'iiil "ignaturv and seal
IHl1.luul.. tlmi.llnl .I.!
r this tin- Nth day of .\ nl. .\. I U.. I'.Mjl says, "my a
j1 >
CHEAP TICKETS J_ I eta: uf the demagogue man of action | and I at one tits.'I bared the would l..r, THEDFORD'BLACK

:ct; t rather than speech who will per ,I [SKU,1 I S I\fl gL D JOICIIH.i pneumonia: but on of my neiulil.m, ,

.,.I I form more than he dares to promise: 1'.i Clerk t'm-uit Court olusia County Dn- told me bow thin rriit"""dy \heel I Tuna) I t... >

TO fair to his foes, loyal to his frltnds. ;j junnkived I I Ii i --- little soy ami I Utfttn giving it i I"
-1' in defeat and equal U vic .iKIr-t Pull Apr .>: U.i May e..1 It"IIat one, and it slop cured) h> i I silt

tory-a very rock in the time of .(run. heartily\ thank tlw lunuufiu.tun.. '

CALiroHMAWASHINGTON IJ!( C.,.,. ble, but modest and quiet! when success : Notice (Application f,)r Tax (Deed rhaml".rJaio'.rultIb lu noljr for|1,1 ,. '

.'a Is asmired. The service he has j Under Section 8 of Charter 4888. so great n cure withm tit) rwu-l I .n!

I! done" I left him with wide popularity because Laws of lorida. not recommend it too Iti. /"blv or *n.\ i ?

be Is not a brava band cam mu..h. in its favor II"tl'| "* nil ,,10. i ithiii > DRAUGHTN.
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Not hervl that C C Fan
OHl G\: : i I' I" i :llD: IN > green
iwlgotr; but the whole State will soon iing, punhuftT .:.f Tax VrtinYate No will.. try it ami) !I. trsiltiN111 l t

IDAHO) .hI.'t.I''! I -, 'I I .: d.1 I T.I iKf one from know this worthy son of Old Virginia.Uus j 1 177*. dat...l tli. 7tlt d II tif June, .\. U.Iy ., was. For Mk by all dn K...t*.

it* all.I l h1111, II 'I i IH ..ilihui citizen of Florida, as Duval County luu nltnl Nml rrrtineate tit}
COLORADO Inows and honors and trus'.j him tirfliv, a .llalllt muil. appUwtion for tows .

i absolutely. i I..lt. d to inciie m oiiordattce with law. Ursnaip manife the had L..k f
it iii\i; : : > Staid certitinite the foe ERICKSONCabinet
\M .run: I"II%T'IITHII euiinuen oa tug the hpt5iter.CLisa.
lloir a "...a.* ( h...... I d.* rild pi'' >rt\ situated in \' IK nx t /< t dun'.in iill. aided I I
, 1Vc'St andorlhwcsl; g. -i- Tin.i'l. "'Client" 116 n wont that bOW''has avery Florida to wit: N. \of N. Wl i

NO TK XSSI | MS. i i "i(1'1'| '" .u.eit.. ugly sound To cheat a wan to Sec ". TI". 11.tt Range:. f;. SO nrre A RK 111M51 l :HTM H- Maker and ,

i Ix't defraud Llm. Oatlmilljr) the word I 11 lw said Inn.ll..lnjftNIt..t at the date How often do lu. it remarked l l"It'ii
+ lIlt TRVK: MMJ *O.Atrun > 'I I I'', \ to you r
? : gradp and i of tin of MN-b
ntAp iitxiiaiHi* rertidcate in the "
: CIIMH \' \IIS conveyt\l uo such l1k'4ltl\n The old only a cull!, Itbo l a kw la>. later
i of f Valentine ballon FnUm. llAid Wood Worker
Is clog i kneadmg.Mwin nnnit otMI.
I' worth "escbeat" referred to the due 1 Warn that the* man it on hi* >*ti k w ilk : _
I l"lr tnudv book, rau* and M rlint-atet-hnll nemlvrnMH. .) aevordiagU .. -
Ie' and u ell in of b
ptt"umconilTlli. MM common or-
all udurmatnwl. Mdn'MII I that fell to tie crown. It cruise from 1 Ian Ui c..1 mil IMW tKeivoo. on the ;;
e t tl... I c'urn'hC't that A coW bowcr slight In .... aH % uiiw| ;
| nii'> i r. nin baling inKtNo the I'renh a 'bolr Latin( evaoVrei.TLe 1 Hindu of M.n \ I I' INII l "b : :-.r.'nll. I'trtorv

I Htl: > D. '\II.1.1.I{' III. 'M 1- 'I modern rueanliu that 'ttabe. tn 1 \'. i I.,. n' II \ "tl",( .II .. cmituri* mid 4a' i .110111.1 lou"b not I he Renwdy duort-Carct..I.eounl..roctlt('bamberlater ;0111\ I :I' !inc M ..I.! i ''1.\0-1'\ ill kinds' of

Tr.v l'ItI-L .\ 1 Ur.\, II Hi 1, tte word tells a sad tale of C' o extor- .1' M'' I I. 'V': \ l II I I'H't: ten !tt t'n..J townn! meumonia It ala Fu1 iI (: : I' 'v n! uliort nutlr

.1TL.1NTA.t, Qramling I Bakery and grved that must hs' c bees I i :,-.u> MMI ti () JOIDA ass rureN and u paant! to tale s.. II I arre.: > f L.-*

I Itiun C'C'd In collecting the dues. i .c,;''k Circuit Curt(: VoSusia County "1a. bj tall druggiata.. 1 I -t.:pIT.. -je Daytona, ila


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The Daytona Glazefte-Ness,'Saturday, April 23, 1901 -- -- -

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, NN1 NN111111N1N11111N111 pending, and It went through t
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I blooming a law. ivmocratkvoter* ,
Houses la that shape tatty
TALIAFERRO'SRECORD A I hereby UUMVUBC, !

{ Bond Lumber Company War Claim. 1 re'.Lrti4)a for roumtjnm*
Indian _
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r, IN THE So much has been published concerning !I'!'!' '.!'. !. ,..", .... .....-..,!.. .- I their will endraror latrmt.Ul *" tt.i

I Florida's ancient claim first Under lblsbrlwl wlll ppr ritt<- voters for th-ir prat Tpnaltag m ,
MAMITACTCRERS!" OF : UNITED STATES SENATE presented in the Senate by Senator mentiut 'an.Udat. fur th- \nrl 1'uunte 9M'tw
and rountjf i>rn<-fTh''oh H, lica>
Yulee. In 1859. for moneys expended rK' fur ln-rlli .>f ar '. u
ROOOtt AND DkES5HU LUMBER .. .. .. i BRIEFLY STATED.Free in the payment of troop and otherwise from now u"llIlb.* prlnwrltiv I -
however, Iw-
PINE AND CYPRESS IntVin. an Kc.-ptloii
1 I lu uppre* lng the Seminoles I II In for ra"" U f how' who wfk ol asaawaea ruyCtMMlr ranthoJaty Iat
Delivery Route the year of 1856 and 1857. that little ('unntyi'uwtm/.r1.aler. ot 3d.-mtrt- commiskr., -cw
(ninty K<*rtl ..r I'ulilte ." M .f t'oIAW IIIUUI'. nag
j Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime : fly his efforts. Senator Tallaferrc need be said of its earlier history will h.rhartf JU1 fef all EViuorrati to ti .

. : secured the establishment of a number with which all Floridians are familiar. It I* In he UUIInctljr un.h'nI.II" T J. )UIa&\il:

and Cement in Stock. Ofllr lull*ay and and Yard orange: ta.t AvrnutMILLHHond Conn' : of Free Rural Delivery Route In When Mr. Tallaferro entered Uw annrruarrmvIt Iwina paid fur In will wlrsltc&h>- lnlM''l'd I ,""'#_

I Florida and of postal substations In Senate the previous efforts of the ll,. announce myself
Mill AtlanticOnafl Una Ry IIE mites wulh of Jack+wnrtlh- t the suburbs of the City of Jackson State's representative In the Congress I ---- Ttkn to the office of?Ust-C&IdI.-
lamaoo,on _Dford Branch of tb. K F:. C. Ivy FUR TAX: Awullt .
i for the
vllle had resulted in having the Secretary i rWond Uatrirttf'

Phone 83 R. J. MALUY, Manager. i of War make and state an account I take thi method of iubjnct to the actioa 2
Fait Mall to Florida. showing the respective amounts a. a candidate for Tai .\-. fur Primary to be b.ItIlfa.r"

....................+.......... ..................... All a member of the Committee on mutually due from the state and from i County eraUcTrlMMT tablet Election to the arttnn to N of...th.. an i if nominated and tlreM r

PoritotRcfg and Postroads. Senator Tao the United States. With a view to i ..... I'"k for MMort 01 all 1ft toM-rve tU UirjhTtnt.j .,:
J --- fMeada and If .-.e...... I ability
amendment may j roy
..off......................... .................... laferro succeeded In having an the successful advocacy of the claim, bu......or the oMrr toll receive FRAU E Box
reported by e Committee to.. ht planotxl for a place on the Committee I tel sad ewurliBtkMi attMitlaa *.

l I the clause of the ffiff' providing for a on Claims, which he .t'tVr..t. ....t. H B -
MALLORYLINES :
/k ;1 Fast Mall Route .from New York to After many month of careful studyof .. '. of ire.-nds I hr*.t i '
Atlanta and New Orleans, for the ei. lt a candidate rot r.-.__
; claim and the '
the details of the existing poll ('URI"RI.t"T ( nt county iHnmlHttintr. .
I : II tendon of similar fait mall facllittei situation-In which he had the .. ajytvlf ID "JI'k ioUI.i W...d
: to Jacksonville, without additional I hereby anm>unce m)war a ,-. the spryest r',
Invaluable assistance of lion. Wra. Il
rkwuah'Ibeumrt'.ttivrkof
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t.. compensation to the railroad Tm Dloxham, who furnished much of the' cult (Court iif \ uliula (' ',.. I Rf)1IC1q, _
bill a* thus amended passed the Sen rudnr.eawntof th' iH-iiMK-railc -
: rhrllujrh tk-\krtsto New York,1'biladtdplun. : but the provision for the Jack data anti probably knew U amen : b.- held day lu. I*". I full> ." ana.a.c. myself a C'IDtUda.e.. .
, ate. about the matter as any other person I klndn.. hfivtofnivbu n In. by I ........o.r from Ills 41
] Stoninjrton.
NVn IIuviD, NV\v t"I n< on, : suuvdle route was atrlcken out In the ,
i irf this t'ountr.and ib .Nrd 1 Ix- the action of lb. l.morraUe ,
, S 1'ruviiji'n<,', Fall River, lloMton amt) House living-Senator Tallaferro decided hall endeavor to faithfully |N>.., .... IJIM. B. >, J'I1: :
I that the b t.y to secure favorable : duties of the office In the future as I tiTEVDI.iS;;
: : action It to It an the past. HAMfKL 1)Kl ( .$, .
ALL NORTHERN POINTS : upon was present M
i : Pension Committee Work. M UM ittetbuU of .
aaaoaae
amendment to the Omnibus Claim
: at rutw. UiWEK TII.S1..\ ANY OTHER LINE. ThiveMHuurr : As a member of the Committee- bilk then pe&diBg: In tOe House. and RC t'NTY Jl'H.H. fiat I am a caadklat l* = :
Tensions. Senator Tallaferro had In hit ,..m iont r for I)utrict S..... :
Jacksonville fellows : which embraced a large number of :
: trains Thurwlav.. leaving a* :
"n'ry personal charge the pension Interest I hereby announce that I will be VuliMA county, subject ;
Via tin Mit I Idiiiiiiii... ..1010n.ni (Mctrormlimn Limited ) : of citizens of Florida. Georgia and claims Involving the Iterests of nearly daieat th D.it imnttcratu- p" IM. IVnitM-ratu. Primary ;

: V riant .\.t"III.... .. ... .. .1:1Sp: m. South Carolina The records of the every State in the Cntoo. lie accordingly tbmarOrtaeodee'i4 mjr fH.-n4?; ;i i

ViiiS>'RIHlltr.1Ir him-... ... .... 7.40; p ui. (Fait flail > Pension Office ,,11.how\ how faith offered an amendment to try lo swell lbni In t thv future. faitbfnllj .erform ti.. datlle! 1 i

, .. I'1uw.ngr5 Iron .i.vtona r::.M.t am aDd i fully he performed this duty to thi that bill making! provision for the J. ... .. I .., and work to the twit a4- .

flow connevtionN.matUr. payment of the claim. In this policy ( tin
3i jim, iiiaLitiK people of all these States, his report -- -- -- --- -- tAI"t''j; 1

I : For iII."ttutt'li diagram rvtu rvatioun, ticket: *. f'k. nJJI't't'JI : tipor pension claims therefrom betadopted and throughout the entire course ot you sit I:RIFY aTHULLI i; !

by the full Committee in practically legislation In the matter he had U* --- .f' !
22tl Wn.t Buy Stnr't. I 1 united and tnthusiastlc I anuouiunirw A W P Arvonf I every case DesTdes this work, ] eooperatloBI eRg IviuorriMle Primary fur for Juttktef t'e peas t
: I JLigenif JarLHonville.. FliirH. : ho introduced and aided in the passage I|I of the other representatives of Florida of KWrlff of V lu.to ("GUUI,. If ..
I tlrt.I. 6rtul tinier 4 will erf frit-nd 1.,1 i
prrfnnM my
In
the
h t : he;, II UatL LInl .\Kvnt Davtotw, Fla.501nsa15s555SSSSt111a05Ss5SSSSSIISSS : of a large number of prlnte pen I Congress tier to t IKbrft of mv abiltly.r. )<*U atandidalrforhr4ehr' .
r. stun bills fur Florldlans From the beginning the delegation \a for th' 'tIm 1 I.trkt :, i
I r.I SSSSstla.a... encountered active and determined opposition f JuliN R. CuAKi.riH.Cos. ';J. i

. from other members who rejfresented

::1.i'. Cuban Cypress Tariff. claims embraced In the bill. To tin- l"inocruu \ ..te......, \. "" ., Clerk Crlmlaal---.f Coon, .. !
n'IIOlJTKRKU: and11.1x1"FIITI'RIRnIIIIGfl When the War Department had military .
shrewd I brrvby annuuiu uvlf u.. n .
HA7 BRACEY py and bold insistence
ri lilt.\Ol:: I If control of Cuba the provisional upon for nt-rlffuf Vuluula taruuti..ui>u.- .*..OII n..y tantii.U yf cCI rt :.: !
tariff then existing; for the bland I his rights as a Senator and upon the leuai rack P"'IaI" h. h.- .'Id .. .....Court If Ihr n.d ulxrae.1C 4 F
: rights of the State )fr. Taliaferro succeeded nominated and Httt| t i ruiui>f t. result In ray rri'-niloa Una**,; f
f Moss and Fiber Mattresses. classed cypress lumber as cabinet .. .... -
In neutralizing such opposition I ttttou ly dlM-bai* th.-dtitl.- I h.- .or to UlthfuilydK" po'rfona au f
I wuod, whereupon the duty was abso for -t of my ability. U I'. i W Ratites :
: IValsr in StYond Hand Furniture and Stove In the Committee and the Senate, notably i
lute) iruhtlutlve. Senator Tallaferro
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Your Old Furniture Made.at (jots) IIIISI' In the case of a pronilnt-nt: Senator .i }
1;! head t:3t: and IMIeviewAve Duvtoun, FIrR n appeared before the Department of another 3tat.-. who feared that K..R T\X Co.icT; and tlIc..fully argued for a chang*
the allowance of Florida's large claim nonuutav myself a t .uwtidatt
Tw the IIt.m..rt."t. >r. d
, -- in the tang by means of a ruling!! might endanger the chances nt his county: I nntfull) aiinounci -r of the lUmnl uf 1'ublcbv'

I I II I IIf the l>* rtmt'ot. whereby cjprest own Ity carefully studying the metits candldaU fur n-t-b-rtlun. to the ,... ; of Yolueia County totnowj
lumber was rated the colltftur for this t'ouui). "uhJl't"llu .
same as pin
> n t to the 11011 of the 1.100'
u
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of this opposing claim ho was prepared !>>>mucimtl>- l'rlinar.and If ..
riRST I CI..fSS'Ol lI } lumber, greatly to the advantage of to disci*** Its weakncrses. had el ytnl. will faltbftuly perform (in' I or1. Slav 10 l'J04
I Florida manufacturers and exporter this been but Mlkl nttlrr li> for twit of Mil ahlHi E \ I\Jun.
thi
necessary ; claim I'I'I
PtRK I!'1M %
i thereof, and of all persons connected
was defeated and the opposition to toe I
with the cypress lumber Industry lathe Florida claim did I
: GOTO not materialize.
State. T(> 111. Uvotoiratlcolir.of \olu.la
Nevertheless, other obstacles Interposed NOTICES
i hereby aunountv myself ass !
The bill which originated in for tile utter of Tai reflector wf

f t Florida Appropriations.The the House, was amended In the .... county iutytH-1.the IirmorrMIr .
'SEfDER'S\ work accomplished by the FlorIda ate to contain on May In, and. if lens. t promise April t; second April a..
a provision for the payment duties ,>f thirr.iv will b. ....
Il l delegation In Congress in the matter of the "Selfridge: claim;' for Impartially dl..banu"l. MIT IIEIL Notkt.!"

of securing appropriations fur moneys lost In building ships for the In ,
II j County Court i
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I Florida, is already known to every re!* Government during the Civil War. I VoluU County, riurtdk.)

TONSORIAL/ PARLOR I I I Idi-nt of the State.In The House refused to concur in the 'olt "Of'Sn $1 11.1\' ). Judgf of.aiu count*:

l I : round figure* the State has beenj I Itb. amendment and asktd for a conference To |h>- IkttMMrttlliVirtrr* i.f I I .etlor.l..nlrl of Mfilrr\dmlnblr.WJft hat applied let IM to

1 .- gainer by the work of the dele The other Senate anu-ndmenta i-uunly: I am n cnndklal* fun I It .111 A. Vnd.,.,." d. ..aird.Utigf oa
Itur" |h. rlllllul ouri uf Hwi'fll. .
i
I Fat ..n over Four Million Dollars (ft.I .- being involved In the conference. Senator i :othi'iu.fl of tin!! |H'mtwrstk- ', / |I lIP .ranlo'd io tht iti> rtffcifM4

!e tic os & 243 North Beach Street. :I H'M'"IIIH. which Include Klier and Taliaferro and hi. coleagu labored U> bred.. "0 Mitn>. 1'I If iii> tnn.for.-, to Hi? sad tilawaka
pruml IK Inll hf,,11\ tTftirui all 0'
HurtNirs. Pensions. Indian War i ;. alar the klndr.t.t
Claim, with the conferee for the salvation | and crvditan
1 (!"'' tin Utili. MI n mi-.
III'| .
I. J Public Building and Light Houte I of tinbill, the advocate* of \ r> r. pt't'l of u?d April., to N'.\. and I' i
. i I II The pvople of Florida have been boo the Sclfridge claim haying threatened .! tufty w. "'.: : I any they bare, to it', IfSaUII

I filed over 17 Ofl per capita its defeat if that claim! wan not included Alii'F.is...frayed...>aUolb''rwlv. iti.y ..1DfW1il

I !I F.nal'y.' Mr TaHafeiiv tug- pelt cm".n TUK: \ !. n.M. a* Couniv Ji-.i es. ofU. .

DAYTONA TRANSFER CO. Cuban Cattle Rested that the *.!fridge! Claim be referred I ibis ith u"> of Mwtt,
Duty Reduced. '
T"III l>< iii> iiiiu tut. i of \ .)
Senator Tallaferro. arguing before for KLttk-ntent to the Court of M' : Jin I )t< '1011'.
Claims in a separate measure, and this I ri '|" null) i.iiiiiiiiiu-i niyirlf ''I/III'J $.
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the
JOHNSTON. Commute
on Foreign .
Proprietor. Ut.'ll\tlon\ solution of ditlrfni r. !-rih n to I I'lfli-rof
accomplished a benefit for Florida .the controversy being accepted Tn-..ji-r. .(,lj.t-i I.> tin iliH-Ulon --
I opp..action was withdrawn. the Ivnim-rati' I'rin ir% I nu...t -
Rubber Tire Carriages Fine Horses CAreful Drivers stock growers which they will not soon Conference Committee! your uwi. rt. If noiiiiniiii-d and .\prtI1-1".1 ;r.i'' April &
I I(1 forget The Committee was constd ported toe .UldlwhJirKp th, ili l.->- t'I 'bt' oilte
bill favorably with the Florida i.. of rtl.llli FOR ANti II MtNT cr
claim -t Kvlully.
I"l':1\'t.llt'tlull'I..1! fur the toy )
Straw Kul**. The Un.*t turnouts io the ritjr. enng reciprocity treaty with Cuba CHARTKR
Intact and the bill became law J J. INy

I 1lui....a m..rt:all )train urn! tale jxin t'r to any part of tin*city. offend. and and by an amendment which h< Shortly aft rwarJs the Governor a of .. < hereby sltrn thai "n or abet.
ably advocated the
wort'"Cattle" Florida day uf :May A. U. 111I', tll. florl-
I Trunk d..lir..n-tIIruml.tJ.v. StuWf oppofitiTuttlk- S hool!. In the enumeration of products was enabled to go to Wash M>R "" t' Ii' nr IM'HLir 11sTltt' I Automobii-.......I.11oIa.,1

to bo affected by the treaty sat ington and r.-ceive the warrant UJM T the la*. of in. "lit..f
I n> r,'hr tiiiuouiuv m.>"M'If a apply k. the- H..II..I.le! Mtr
I
Telephone 21WORLD'S transferred from Its position In the r-..k-ii: >ti r..MIIH-rlnif-iilfiit of ,.of thrrtrnthJw"rltllrr.
\ clause providing for a 20 per cent reductlun .truction ..r \ ..It.%ia t'''uut). *ub) for his aopruval of ctruis
actlunnf tinl"- lolhf chard
miriatliI'llinarj gra.hJtotall:
I to that providing for a 40 pe FOR .|MH-lfUllt u cent reduction thus reducing the tarIff HIT to b* a. follow

I ; on animals below 500 pounds In UNITED STATES .lame section U nliuof bi-ivhv call nufni taarM SIM

: FAIR RATESVIA weight from $2 to II JO each and on SENATOR >.ai M folio .. .l h.' hlfte*
animal exceeding that weight front I h> ri'l> nnIIItO.rlfaian I ,I IndebtediiHc \lr 11a"IIIII"
'll.i I ,'!IIi:' il .rill-lllli'lll of '
.rVl.| r llua ran at ai \ tiara
, ---- --- fS to $3Improvement I VOTE FOR "Trw-thnur I'ln.In i iiiintr. "|,' ball not 1.., ii..r. than gtiMa
uu< 'ii oi tin liiiiirnilr. PrtlUUr i, or tvn-thinu' ..f :bt nIW
i ; M.,,1,1 Mil)' I". I I' I I tunkf the rav .. of the TW
L Louisville & of the St. Johns River. I JAMES P TALIAFERRO I .1'I!' rwlnt! pill$ %'III; If.. li-rlid I ph.. pltHrctloii lorp-ran-n of Ji ...111 on tW
Nashville R. R. The large appropriation fur the lnprovtwient > v, t hr{ d.d, in* uiir- HUM mill Katiaat Auti inol.ilAu) -
i
of the St. Johns River and l i I V''rk OI' Ito ;.-ti..>-. h., sat vlnu llml and u b. ni.y nq.| .....*...
WHOSE NAME IS COMMONLY .'Iii IH i'III Juvh IH iluUf our ",,' tn maid erl"tJltur lalo\ taond....
providing for the PRONOUNCED < ,t, .i..| in UK ; ,'rrofthet- .
'Fin.t class Exnirtiion dredging of the chan I' j Ili0.1S. total thfuiin .r "I, tl.,: n Il ow
rata fr nil secured through the concerted i % ri i *, sat to tw w'..uI'.l' > uu'nr1t
AS IF I ,. ..
and IT WAS S'u I. I'ef prouertt .r fj-.tt. >r
... return beginning April ::'. ili. titkt'ts HOlt daily. action of a harmonious delegation, MM our iwrai ton

Special Coach Exrurwion reachf in Its immediate effect many SPELLED ... Motion in "IAId: i-hwti

round-trip limit 10 days q n lu MM; return limit Ddcembrr )."th counties and numerous towns th at wilt I I tlr rut.. AU.. ...). ...MUOD the last l. .Iwn'.."t"I." ,. :ai.i". ..Id.J wa Ir
iI be benefited through I 'Maih I l ,- ... ,
an Improved rvM : it.111 "1111' mv .* r"utI" n I" i.iiai vttp
I fronrdateuf hale. Tickets $ .".:UIII return limit fiO cia ... waterway and incidtntally the "..-,.tM lt'.u1...'. i> \llorn.-j ot Itii. .rly of ...d rune-rn I mn ,hili'"
entlraState
t i I Mold c'Jy nn .May 10th l. U r (J tI JiHllctttlciri-iili f Kloitila. .iil>jn-l t".*niy.f..ur, ", ,....d'*
will share in ibis Improvement IIT LI [ K-rmli 11",111111111,11 "ItillY Ii', Ili'l.
and 31st. :!'i.,4: o. Return limit 15 ddys. This will open up a new avenue oermlyeree t and pi- 'i. u.c.'ntkS
Him oi iii -. dUll' of II,' abyss i tb.> Clt-rfc bIto Ir.. "II l'oeJt
Corresponding low r itcs The L. & N- is the BUST thereby affording InterState oHlc<*Und rcif'iiu Miiirli tbr ',. t'lorlda. .Lr: I., ; r h. prat
shippers the benefit of competition of the <'!,''''tor-or' iii* *. \niih J ,' no...-..
1 from other points. UNI to St. Louis. which will Inevitably result! 1better D I alt sat a U-rtilli, .I' 'liSt'. Ii mnrland... ...\ to:: \-IT- \HTAiW--
WMI BII.K
I \ \1\ AHWtCI VTI "\
service and still further" reductions !: I RyC I. III I:. .11' 4K.
in rate of freight on gOOds coming Tin itutiit fit n- < .' .1!"!Li! I'-i'-nM II' I I'nrtdreiL
For chwluKWpiM U 4.'U.I I 10 "lean ii ilutt li>- Im-, ntirfl* ((. .. Uti. "..'" 5'crrtlry
cur nwrvauon* or furtUvr information into M well as going out of the I lii-ri lt\. r.5|.-i tf'.IU aiiiit'inu '
w rite tn n first day of I 1\11"-
i State recover i from In* all ad"1 01 l rlteuiiiatifiu. raudtdntfur I h. amt "> of HIUI-! '. AjJrll.\

: C. L. STONE Chaluls'rlntlI'aa, Malm I'U..I I of .tU- Hf\-nlh .1 udl.'tul Circuit. -
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J. M. FLEAlliMj.f"nt' him otter tlie U-Mt iliH torn III the tows (In arllt.n
, l'asw'fg" ",r .\*f"nt' Florida PaM"". Cotton Crop Statistics. (Motion, hid) had slid l t<> IMVhim n.. shell: r. .. for Tn XcJ faokr'"

; l.ouilifil". 1\,.. awl -ntrrr Agent When the Senate Census Commute I M. Tle prompt r' ':..I! fi itn |pun a likli ---- -- -- -- Chapter ._"11. U.i ., florid.
. W""t lliiStntt. of the 57th Congress was this illllllM-Ilt affoiil .
ttlntX-
considering l" \ ill til) IM Attune) UrL w rvby git' n tint < t raa-
JUt 1..111\\ III... .1I1rilla the bill for the establishment tins > its ,. i'ur wil.
! -- of a' many i-n 1. v 1.wi. 1 I b"rd" iinitoiim in.ntidHiuc :.....r of Tamniate to
permanent Census Hurrau. the meregat drll.. .I. taller of A'liiiir. "."-1\..r.l uf the) ties Ttli .!I' f Jun+"', L
I of the appropriations; required -- -.rt.t"' .iIIl'1 I 1110' as.! 1'in 0' Ile .
FLORIDA'S .* filed mini r-th..1, IB *7
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FAMOUS 1 inil.I'rlniary.. May K'. I. 1 ,
TRAINS. then-for "
looked "
, so Urge that CIIY
OmCUlS. .
Republican ...Itrit tinuii|..'rt of all) 1"111'.'''''''. hax madf api'liuti, .u for US

f t "Chicago & Florida members of the Committee pro Mar .......... ........... rj.arlii I. Smith W U. aa in atviirdan-e with :'a-.
Limited POM-J to reduce it by cutting out the 1 .-. embrir. tie. 1,1.11I:
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I aiuDitnt provided for nt.\ Clerk! .. ... ............. J. W. Wiikiii'M.iiTr ,
the collection \ ,1-
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1I.lt..f
property sit II
St
Augustine Jacksonville anti ............... .. Foe K.prc*. kUrt.
f Chicago A St. Louis printing of crop statistics Senator -ni un-r Frank T I. lsM > ; to "It I., .t 1 Situ*I

Thin train Tallaferro vigorously protestedagainM \ ..'or.. ........... I. M Hiugtiiiiii. Jl'ulir'Urt t 1 h. r 'ii\ ain>tiuii-.. mv raiidUlat-y Karwv :H.: 48 a ,r.* T>

.1 Jft.'lionvilU-. Chi.It'.oi('rntt-O over ttw .. inrttst line I".t\\l" :ot.U.cUlltlllt' this. declaring that it was th< .. .. ..... ... .n. F has;:glut.? d.'t"UIIQ.,."lu..l. Count. a meads\ tilled of !the ol hv l,,-& .. Mmc a*** 11.4.,1 at II!IK' Jatsaf

uo, and $t l/oiim. also adonU tbt <|ukl"vt ", 'IM>dult'iI,. one feature of the bill calculated to Man.liil.. .......... .......M. Ii Zal..r linufniii' I'rl II.II'Y. May 1''. 1'.t of wkhinifi.a1 i !* u& J
orarlj two hour Tlii train m tl"> i-UinlarJ of vtfrctiou in benefit the Southern farmers, and oar; TII"\% %". jam in Strain* I nlmssail
|MUM o (>r .
|{ \IcI..mlt'n-l.tw. !
G
errkv, t'onei8tiDg i of Pullman VnitilHikM lira willj.ruIlQl. notice that if It was eliminated hit Hurn, piVMileut.Henry hall I III' r.l.t n? .I I I\ln>

partmnt, inicc and UWrvatiou Shrpiug, Com would oppose the passage of the bill Schmidt, William .MWIMM G.-.o. deed will ,iu.f .- 11..1\01' 01
Jaclsonriek H "urn. l sates St. .tuk untiu- 720 a. m. His protest was effective, the Commit II. MAtthfHK. A. y..... 1'orter J. .VHeiHlrirlsand randldaiifur H. &al\: iiu .-llcliitl tij Itt.-".._ )la\ l I' i"I'I
iOa rt"lwtli
: in \rt lo 1
\ HUIMT
fhk.'aju.
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lop. m.1.. liuts,1.3.. p. m.gjSi, tee retaining the disputed 'Jem. anI I Jentnw |.llnky. Coup. ,.-...nIMlh-.-., I almleoum 'e my -... flay odltlal l sigl.itun'and! '
l the bill containing It becoming aid uffiYf. ui4f lo tinPrimary .. |, .lav of .\|'nl \ I U) (tll4.
a law
THE 'ihIM"'ttlIOl't'UDd
DIXIE FLYERMJacksonville and Fourth )Monday Re.prt'tblly [ ] SIMIM. l> .I .Ki.ii.
eii b month At 7..K; <<) p. m. C. L.
(ourt \ : ititr fa!
I .lu-ia <(<
to Chicago tuul St Louis Seminole War Pensions l'it! Attorm-.r.......... ........./'. II. Hyunnt -
I The bill granting pensions of IS per City .... ..,Dr. II. ll. Sdfv TI tit- IIo.tflu'nui.tl'n. -- --
rtiliutit I.htv..idao. .
.tl'uUman IInH\lIII.rOtI'II. .if \
Skri>ing turn fu>m Jiu.konvilk-to month carh to the surviving soldt n Si | | ..-...liro.. M. Ludwijr ('. M. l'oint\; ..............

t 'tlk''ayo. and St. 1/tuiM, via Tiftou. Man. Atlanta 1'hattuiHKiKa (Lnk- of the SVmlnole Indian War of 1856- Hiu5'mhl. Sr nod It. ... Unrah. ','1' I' I.} .Inuorlthr. tux-.If

out Mountain) and Su.*htilk. Iii\r J.-v.IconullSi, >.*> p Inrrh.... Cbicnpo and to too widows of deeea.td *soldier! .- -. fur tht. I.i..l; lutur< milijtt to u KM-ran

l :l.r a. m.; Si. Louis\ 7.1X a. m. the .rood morning. feet thereof of enacted in 1902. was the su> i>! tini i > '.tarp to I-. hfi! | May Jo I Tourist,

Fortlie'pingcar, rvM-rvatHiu for either tlif al>utv traits, or odor Senator Tallaf rro'a constant Broke Into tiiiS If...... If noil II...iN O4nl el\ "'trd I {' "
care The
aoj result of .Mid t
the ( people f .
infontdtlon writ to or rail on f.. J. W.\LI\lt.: Ha. the bill passage U> t ninn mv .niity tktit I
l'a."I..Igpnt. will be to distribute In For (
NathTillc, natUiiMH>,:U & St. U>UH Itsilnay. ida annually for some years the sum was rtililxof! his customary hralili! hull ;;,h\ ." *< M I "I; !"li-lr_ ( i

So. :.!12: Wt'4t 11ft> Start. JI Ll'Un\'iIIl'. Fla.PRINTI of about llOO.OOo to these deserving t 'u-1 it i -1 IM h..,. i iv tlit' (...opb*.
by iu\asioii of chronic -ru ih' tit*. &
and l long neglected patriots and their mn"tipatioa.llt'n J. JJ.: M \ iiiiiTux-

surviving representatives. The oil( \\ Pro King New Life 1'i lhi .- .-- --_ -, .. ) l (Ml I'aln.'t-a: '"
nal bill for this ,. 'umi.1 Tft-
1 purpose was introduced bnlt' into liis IKUISK' his tr'ultlta... r J.ile.f tht Crtebul CWfI | r.M.ins
of by Mr
any nature l'XlTutnl) Taliaferro la the 5Cth Coo.gr -(' \ II $,nhu' r rat. l*-
I N G with s? and passed the Senate arrl' h'd and now 11l.'l.fil'h tun.l I willi* a <-(....11<1..>.> '..1" r, n.,, i.. '
but .
iiuuncsStiiKliIisTiEGA ai I-.U t. .,1, ..? MNS ?. ,, ,I. ," ,, \I'rlil f I ,--rJ
<< I d a' J In the House. At the next They'm ;tl.lr.llt't',1! '. i :.:."w' ,If : |;" i (...HI. ., ".J..I. .. ,, II, '

mte'rcil''ht: .ton he Incorporated It* provision the Atwx-d I'! i I. : (11 I I.:;,". :,.' .\.1,1,1., :: .I;.11.'d.'. ',.rs11. b to $S per week

.. I't' mother or iSjtl. pny j J. bW t tI Jmt..1rus,t, 're jl MoI ', il.ii |I -. 11tt \on \\ t 1N 1N1N111111NNN9




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Knife Kittlwii Knife Tail* i 'f r I II
"> I fURNITURE and UNDfRT AKIN6.
.. Knife, Kih Kuife, Puttj Knife, "- J r -1 : 'I h<- two unfortunate frogs that were M' npil up by the milk- >

.-1 UudJill; Knife, Pruning Knife! ,I l.... i I i nun and dinni'*"*! in the milk, -one was satisfied. to go to the bottom

Drawing KulreSei.Nor.t.Irars t I without a kick, while the other kicked, and kept on kicking <

( -in fart, almost nnjtbing lint ;! r 1 : j I Our Prices Will Please You. until lie kicked' the bottom out of the milk pail and Raved his life. <

i. U ilmrp and) rutting, 1'Il'f'lt I I, s ir is with It... If we receive an article of our wholesaler that iAsatisGtsl <

:... i language and practice, you I, I I /NISne..e '/. ---.*..Je..", 'r n t \h"gt"lllt"r meat it ought to ln\ we kick until we are ,
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t- I THE STATE OFFICE CANDIDATES I : : I M
lames Suinton, of tnuoiulvas in .
: ,. ItiT""The new national gala, POUTIQCE I
(for tab bj C. C. Danu. : the city on business ye>tenUy.IndicatioiH .
m-jCtO ,- Members of the Palmetto Club \\ III yi nil (3) tona MonJay Forenoon. : : H

Mr. and Mrs. Montdls have re- point to a heavy crop / Install New Hikers, and Close the Spcsklnzill Be HelJ In I .. .. II

tnrned to their home. of jimchw all over VoliiHia count.ticleu .. .. ..
their Scason''or..... f the Armory-ConIc Out. : !.
Major C. M. Hinghftin and .Stt'Am.lip I K&fASTi. !
family tn New York The Palmetto ('Iul), bold its lost Candidates for the} oflitr uf :-\'fI.-1; I II
on a two wft>h'nu !t' down tho for wile Jieap. this &, : s :
r. Infjuire at nut-ting of the seSaxini Thursday w ill/ tary of State:: Coiuptmllii. Treasurer -

f fice. t fMr a largo numltor of members: present. AttnrneyHSencral, Sujieriii- I t

Judge Hon.of J.\'oln..ia.Va"1.<'0 McCrory in IXiytona County *. I... S. Morrwnn of Seale l rycze' TM) rooms were Itwulifuily and h..ttlt"l1& of (Public liMtriictioii, ('011I- : ..

j ; Sunday and Monday. vUiteil 1 with friend* at DfUmf thin ta,.U'fully. decorated for the 1I1.\8KiOIl ulissatuet i-f Agriculture, Adjutant- .. ..

with la: .Ukr lilien. roues anti palm General anti all other State office / I
E. I.. Putter, of the week.W. .
,proprietor The opened 1 with dud of tiuveinor will >ak .
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I piitgr.un up except |
& visited" JackHonville tlllpart \ .\. Mcltrido, candidate lurrotlntS'tax .
\C..ll1Olu by Miss Huby SMultliug| ill this city Monday forenoon. There i
of tho "toe\. awiemor! wait in Daytona '
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accompanied, by Mr*. Spajigler Tkv am a dozen or won jfeiitlciiian who : < i : ,
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. It i i. ruiuoml that nt'hartI- COFFEE
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solo ua rendered in A sweet clearvotw are vandidatM for State office, ami a
store will be 'nrd, in I) i
ware oH Fih
toga at no dintant dato.Mr. aJ- rt County Superintendent and wa much appreciated.Mr. ( almost if out all of thou will be In .. YORK COF ..

of Public luntrwtioa, was in E,y- Jllftt'tl, of Cincinnati, accompanied the party Among them are the following .. ..
and Mm. F. I). Casey Ml tuna Thursday.Electors .
Mrs.I 1
by Huston delighted : : S. W. CARROLL :
Thursday for fot:ledge" where theywill
the audience of of State J. K.Hmome. ;. .
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... make their future home. Imvo only one more weekin ) playing a couple Secretary .

which t*> pay poll tax The time old HougH on his violin. II. Clay (Crawford 11. F. THE GROCER.
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Next Monday is tho last day in expires next Monday.Mrn .\ short biKiiww meeting followed.A Kirk.
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which you ran register to vote in the A \ (if thanks wan extended the For Attorney-General II ..... ...................... ....t.. ........N..... : rt
Democratic primary to hl'l held I Soul hwell, avcomjwuued by i Kills: Alfred :St.; Cbir-Abraiii.
HarlO. her editor ol the nueU -Xe\\1i and the : For ('om|.tn4ler--.\. (' ('to tin.
daughter Mm Hol ,'rt L. Smith,
Halifax Journal for their in For'tate l'reuuror.Klloll t
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\f clerk D. W. Waldron the cflicivnt town left Wwlnejulay for her home in Vermont. printing tlat'I'n.C.fttJiulP,1 couru-ny the utcMiugt For Suite Superiuteitdeiit of Public Florida East Coast Ry. ;

of Ormond, wan n phvtM.utt .
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Vallcr at the Oazette-Kews cilia' in their columuK.TH .
I.. P. Tribl k N. Sheatn LOCAL TIME CARD No. 55. In Effect
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Mo dap. > contiurUnl 1 tl eVan > program was then resumed Apr. 12,1904.
allure
For ( 'onimiiwioner of Agrit.
,. /7 Rev. IXirn llouw during the H&IU and Inez lUrnm, a pretty and attractive I H. K. MelJH.v! SOUTHBOUNfr-RCAD DO**. "OUIC IIG-.U' i*.
W. A. Myron returned Monday
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( I I he haw IMXMI conducing;i n revival f.tmily, down the river. Little Briar I lA: .." in her molt charming I I. Morgan D.ur STATIO"' 1-., 1>aIJJ.

1 Fur Adjutant ( :icneral .1'' Clifford( ..:. . L 'Iwo Ye Ar.. ,
v meeting (Tralinin TlioiuiWMi manner. She showed that the 1 ... ... .. .80.r J ,.....,.. Lr . ..... ....... s.10.
conteniplaU-s o1 u.
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H| Ftster Allen ThdWa) Io66e :... .. ...... .. ...... D... .. .... .... 7 tII. p
Mr J. K. Huih, and son, l.evn- erecting n Male building this sums pn4W eil 1 great talent, and wa I j rut State Cheiuurti\ E !!. >* 11 27 .... .. . .. ......... Ilutlo (..... ... ... .. ..... ..... N1t .p
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ard departed Friday of last wtvk user north of Mills' ('ar... It willIs loudly applauded. The retiring 1 The RjK-.iking' will Uk, pla-, in e
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for Michigan, where they will Kpl'rtd President then delitervd her farcwcladdre 'Mhw t.t'rllIc' ,,111I,1.1| | | 'urn Ml3l1 1113 p .Ar.CtlitU .S11. 11p
j urupie i by Peter Ijidtw' fruit Ariuoij" lilt .... .L'.P.I.Ar . .. Tu 4 100 p

the- Bummer fttore. **, wherein she Uiaukixl the I '
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\"n'I'\ : I'11. 90* Lr 8ae M.teo Ar 7U
II. F. Stewart\ owner of the Ste. hidicn fur their assistance and kiudmHw :

Will Itiihhiugtoii h.'tt nn-cntly -- ... ..... .. ..Lr. Neur..Lv. .. ..... ...
( aide Inn i is at iHitand, taking a re-I during her adminifttrntion, amihoKnl t, E UPr J I'I'ttP .. .. .. .... ..... .........11.. .. ... . .. O MaU t
UQOifin the art detriment of Ci-ivetl an offer of a templing salary I Oath of \V. C. Spark .... ........ ..l...,... .. .... . at It
I | that they would extend tV !Jp . .. ... .. ..... :tkwwJ..... . ... .... / .
Stetson t'niterbity. t" go to Panama a* engineer and ..I I i ill&: ... .). ...... .. . '
died fn tin rt.
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name uufuiliug Courtesy to her "cceiwor. Shirks m I ,....:::. .... ....,tOr""IC.... . ..:... .
/Miss : machinist: but prt-forn the climate of !: his home l >.i\t .I 901? p pui :% t ... .. ...... ...:.Neot+..,, m& ..... ..... .. .. .. OTs. i
NuJ.1tIII of the ttftl'ht'in 11 ri. Clara W. Itaynor. whom c.J I I'.inilvsiH .a on 1"11:111111I' : rf ... ... ........, Hilt ........ ... .... I fit t
the .Jauol l hale I lorKla. I I )! !II I l p : p .. .....:........ ..T...sU1e... ..... ..... .... ... .
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public went to ll15U:; .h'rdaIII"rrlllla. -
slie tlk'ii introlu,1'tl.| | ,,'bn in turn ;/\ at : '\ n.in : I MP .. . .......... ..0...,....... .. .. . f 11& 'U
felon Saturday to make n blwirt' ; I Op ........_..It..eat.: ... .. . .. .. Isle Id
Mica Lily Turner, daughter of '. made a few appropriate and interesting Iafle"; ( inll'-'''* of insult MMr \ In' Iii !Ii. 11 14. .. ....... ...&*11 e.ln.. .. .... .... ... ... 1 M41JM le 00.p '
visit to her j rciiU. I I HUt tl'P ... ... Melbosroe. .. ..._. . .. . 1 N U II .
Xr.! and Mn J. P.' Tunwr ol l'I remarks.Mrn. Sjrks W.IH bunt at Sileiii \ a w p.-------. .....'"...$.eb5.tl.a... .. .... .... .. .e 11 01.
The of I. 1 It( Hunt, on "' \\.1 I .1 .Inlv '*', 11'11 1 1 plcwaatiit1 IOJ ,! .. .. ....st. Lllrie. .... . .. . one I* .10.Ilia .
projiertv S.nyraa, died Monday. Rev. C. Huger, an baa been her cut- 1.111I .fL.,.... _... .... .. ... WUOANrORD ;
Cedar btrtvt. lad Wn much unproved t: I I "1 War enlist..1 I j Iltp? PP| . .. .. .. ::::..TIM>.).......... ..._.... .. .. ... .11 'D gas
.| Arnold, of this city, officiated at the tom for years, presented the retiringand \>f the Civil having in I u .15 !p .. .. .... ..... .... .. ..Ede-a. .... .. ... p .. .
by the} leveling and raiding I 'IT .... ......:.i.ewa.... .. I. 140. E
.' of the street parkago in front of it.Mr. funeral which wan held Tuesday I : the new presidents with lovely :jC-, I. Ninth New .Icrncy \ 111111111i -, i inutter >- U p '" .. .. . .. .... ........ totem... .. .. .. . .. o. .to.
: Huftx I 11r ff"{ p .. ... .... ...H..be i4..s.4".. ... ... p 1. .
uuucliea of cloth of gold roses tied i ('apt. 141 ft P74IP ... .. ... ... ..w..t JI!r1ter ... ._. 1 1 4e .
and .Mrs. Fuller who have The leathers and pupils of the I Irk!I-I I h ... .| ..... .. .. .. .. ..... W..P.Iwb.eoh... ilia 1
with wide satin ribon, tb'IM' J Illy'ilh.. If':1.: inarn<- gust {JP .. . .... ..9uratao. .. ... I 1 'Baa
spent tho season on the \Vwt ('m..t.1 public iH-IuMil are buoy prejwring an green I'ii. if 1'lnl.nlrl- Its kj UP .... ......' .. ...a."., .. ...... Ie f 7611.I t
are' the of the I hitter's being the club colors, making shud 'to M rs. Subjui i us, MtllUftl ... .. . ... ...Ft tall .rd:lt... / w*
guenU grandparents i I 01l'r6t tat The Xatinuall'1o\\'fr.I to who died at S-abree/e Apul'ft. illIII .... .. .. .. H.ihnd.1.: J iPiP M*
Mr. and Mrs.I J. N' IhirU. but .beautifully worded remarks a.. plua' .! .> < .. .. ... .... .Lrmon Cllr .It / It.
-. I U>given at the end of the term. .\11I '; |Ira: :i. Mr Sjuiks left tilt unit- 1 lOuk1 .... .. .....-.-..A. YlSrf Ly ". .. out
Mrs. W. D) .lohnhon has returned she tFpaented each. Iren Frank and '.11'1. "f this i ::
I the gentles, a* well as the high school, ity --' ---r::- -a: - --- -- -

t to her home in Milwaukee' Wis.NVhilo twill tale part in this. The new president then intro-liKvil j. anti Howard Philadelphia.; Its' ; ;;H-: i 1& = OBANUkl CITY IJKANCH.kn _.

here hho was the "guest of her the first vii-c-pn-rtident, Mrs. M. Del'. M.iliif, who li,1 li.iiiu ami .Mis. 'till T1Il : i-Na.l i .. .iTT
8TATIUI"i I I I. "'TJUJU.> I
HJstcr Mrs.I 0. H. ; (Veil Itaruett. St Augustine Ir.l1! Uplti D.iiNi.1: Do&U
Stviman. ('apt. Heury Hubert, of ( Hii} .nv Williams, who t* to fill the aaexpireti D0p14io
Mr Sparks, while not a tneinUr, 1 ob a Lv. ..TfcUMllIt ... .Ar 3t Ki4 a L K. .An i t tI
Tho Florida Motor ('um I, Second Regiiuent. Florida State term of the one who resigned, and rd.lr .. tl.ef'ft .. An 11 .' hit. 11 tit LT LA'8"l'oa. Ar! I a I p
pall) of any dcnomin.it i ."n stttntbtI! l the M 1 I.T "&erpM".u:: 1111oy. I I-; II 9IOa LT ".&n > ,
jukt nld a Winton Touring e hall| Trooj, stationed at Key Went, has her address want an original I)" m. Congregational> It, and was i "nidervd k i) .;Ar .. .. 'nord LT 10 &: i..;3P lU1... Ar Or fltr.Jii'. ..Cry| 1 ,1r .
CharKti J. (Jraham. of New Orleanni j atoL.lCltu l h bo plcutnl tho retired recited 1 in her mont charming and and tdillnt.iviitio .-----,--- 1 -- ---.r-= --- ---- -- --
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a ginnl i.khaki. 'i. III,. U "..11 1ft. It ti.ur 'IN1.1 I*. M Ie. n i t
Tho fj KA l'PORT
machineill IK tdiipptxl i i lint. This will make Capt{ J. U. I attractive manner, and had all pnwent /uedy,S"B- pull. tlCttltID I URANCU. l'.lljU *...d.r ucPENINSULAR

once. Parkinson of this city, senior c.jv I convulsed 1 with laughter Shewai The funeral hervicen were heldvesterday o\j only ..t.S. -- -:.--- > I ll'i /

,. / Charle F. Wetherell of !hilly tain i.f the Second Dattalion .itVed j+ rmi.iou to have it aht-rulUII) at ,"5 oInk.. llev: ;dpi ti lue 19ie* :' .So.* JciuaTill Jgei*',ITllU Ar :; : 'II' I I1.t ,
/ Hill, announce in thin issue of the I J.J R. Troxell ofl'u'iating. J I. f OOt lIt I . P.blob..b nc I l Y IIC '
printed in the papers but she modestly II 61.1, Atntlo) tlueb I..
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There four candidate .. .
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J Oalette-N'etvs as a candidate for 00 I' 10 0 W ,, 4' MkTport LT to
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\ County Comtoissioner from Dixtrut, nouiuvil 1 for Commisnione-r for II SAiisTMo from Death.
1 No. I I. trim No t 1 which comprise this for that occasion which bad now AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAKI.CLOU .
little daughter had alMost --- -- -
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hK-tioii of Volutua I
They areas
county. pawed. Mrs M. Huston was introduced -- COHHICTION MIDI AT MIAMI WIH STIAHIMIP OF tHC P. 10.1. I. COIPAANYOA
,. The Cherokw will make follows: T. L. Uodgen" and U.X. fatal attack of whtdttiIIgettughand '
on Wednesday, April 27. up Smith Stevens, this citv; Shah Harper, of as second vice-president and I brlllu.biti.Hit..-H Mr I W. }K HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

rm-k and Itulow, l byte ing ('on mIl'tIdl'ltl Ormond. and ("'. F Wttherell of Mrs. Kuima Jefferson as recordingNccretary. Havilund, of Armouk./ X Y "but -- -

at H, oYlotk., calling at the when all other .icmedeis,. failed we That TtmTebl... how the limn M whlnh. trains mj> twr tI..w to arrive end d.Mrturiit I
!Holly' IliliMr tram t0.lev .l thlr "rrl,*l .r hridges. 75- for taw trip. I A piano duct by Mrs. Huston and saved her life with l II r King NewIHawvery. eor doss n Com("UOQ.\bll'\ *.:'f r."n>o.\.b!. fur .ny dei.y .'r up eu..er..ec. .rhID' t ,r. t
I and Mrs (', 11. Heeler .. t'ur IIi,,,-... wlto had consumption from .
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Captain Walter P. Corbett, of pat Thursday for their li
Jacksonville! State Manager! of the lixon) 111. En route they will skip followed and the program i j used 1 this wonderful medicine, and
SEE TILE TICKET AGENT"J.
Prudential Lift Illeurann' Co., was at St. Augustine, ami also visit the'orld's closed with a vocal duet "111 the today she is perfectly I well." !\*

tho guetit of the local ac"'nt, F dw.FitzgeraK \\ Fair at St. l h.ui*. Mr.Kttkler Sunset flow," by Mrs. II. Willaumeand { Aerate throat and lung diseases yield J. D. RA11NEU, AMI. Oon. POM. Ag nt., ST. AUGUSTINE, I', r

\ Monday( and Tnwday.Hev. iiifonuol I the Ua/ctU'-Xewa Mrs. Heath, with a duet accompaniment i to Dr. King's New Discovery as to

I i J. C. McKeynold-t: pastor cfI on piano by Mrs Enui ; no other medicine on earth Infallii FOUNTAIN CITY PHARnACYSUBTH
the Christian chunhIsatl the misfortune | i ble for coughs and cold jOc. and ,
I l, to fall on tho sidewalk one editor of the Journal. and Mi Ella WilLiume. To the 'I $1 bottle guaranteed by the Atwood HEU'll: STKKKTDRrtiSFuR : :

i music lnvers present this proved a ('bamua.'v and J. M. Jones. Trial
i day recently and injured his foot soIf. .\ held at .....
|political meeting: waft bottle free."Mr llaA n Wks t ='t 11.1.: art 1
i that he has been confiiunl t to his the Armory Wednewlay, at whit-h rare treat and an appropriate ending --.v- -
I room since for the as well aa the year' PUKSCHIITIOXS: PATENT MEDIl'IXtS, DRFsIIEIR
I I about Met'enty-ffive were pn'aent. day'f *, Reuben Donald is visiting t

! The chicken pie Mipper given at Talks were delivered\ by 1". Si. Bennett programme. "( I her cousin at Miami. COMBS AM II TOILET sO.\I I's.

I the Hotel 1 IWpland WNllflolb'fU- of IVIjtnd Wm. Jackaon and Another short business followed

I ing, was; attended by beveral hunt rrl others. J L. Pattillo waaendoraetl with tha new offiters In their chairs I Tetlmony of a] .Minister Perfumery and Fancy Toilet: Articles. ,'

townspeople and \isitors. Al>out for Superintendent. of Public In- : It wa decided to send a letter of Rev John S Cox, of Vale, Ark.. E

R f 1 15 was netted. This amount w ill strut Lion. condolence to Mrs. Newton, one ofthe writes. ".'or t 1.! waN I suffered froM 'F

go towards a fund to erect a new members who has recently met yellow jaundice I consulted a number -
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With the tirhnol DR. J M.JONES, tit
I public t l\ropr -tor can 1..IIICUIt1! |"rotm |?nallj during L-u.t ki 'M
I High I School building ..... with with the sail lutes of her husband.. of phy oit'lan* and tried all sort
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and Miss 1..1. '.
j I at : .I.I II hours; utter hour SuuJ.ixn, (H) to 10.:W a. m; 2.30 to 4:30 p. m.
CountyC'ouuuis inner Jlcptridet l thirty advanced pupil. during the aiM to J. U. Brown in the lonttof his ,.f rciuedif, but got no relief. Then

I' 1lt.r.1. looks as though we wife, who (tall Wen an active mem- I began the use of Electric Bitters,
mJ Sheriff Claries Kurt last \\
Deputy
would need enlargi-mcut of the her of the club for years The meeting ;i ate I feel slat! I ant n*>w curd of a The
I an "KLONDIKE"MELTON
brought from tylalka. last M. nda ', Dredge
nine Putnam convicts anti : school to acc iiiuuiMlitte the enlarged then adjourned, and I .-\l'h bdy j dwc.uic that bad me in its grasp for
frjunty elf i'II'for was pretented with some of the loulyflowers 1 1'l: \'t.'al'll." If you want a reliable
1 numlier
put them to work on the lVI-uul pupils we may t A CAMERON: Proprietor
and Daytona mad, the Commissioners .t the coming inter. To this end the ) which adorned the wall |. medicine for liver and kidney trouble,

.l lining arrangeil County with shins tru'tfi"f' ar(' planning to builda Mrs.I Clara W. Ilaynor. Presidentof btomach disojderor general debility, lIftdlliDg: kne in the llaUfai, Tomoka allot alt riser ap d |wwn the la"t (trot ;
the Palmetto Club, will beat home F.lectrie Bitters. It's guaranteed
building which will l lit' used 1 get
the Putnam County Comnii&uonertito new : Tt>rm IU-OMOnble and $ttiidwtion Guaranttrdl.AdJrtes .
work tliedo convicts the roads t"XI'IUoi\.I.\ .t, a Hicb S 'h .'l buiUlng io all club niemVri .\j-nl) L'O. tj-'ii!t ''b\' .1 M I I UI.. and tln. Atw .HlPharII.'M. -
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a in this coUDt-DcLauJ Ut -(IrJ. > 11' 0 p 111 I I"I,:; v e >iJv"itH( I th l.rOI.rkrtort. ajtoDaKia.

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COLD then PNEUMONIA Daytona f'I" and Its Attractions ..0: t jC .jC a



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TOO MUCH MEDICINE Ir: Daytona and Its Attractions v* .e f i i ii I i

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'* lg & os The Queen City of Florida ,i i San Mate
Ykf S/tlia tiaika.Dj wringtd by eur-ntlng and OYir-dilaklaf, : 1A
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dibllltilid caedltloa affraritid by dosing
tad til
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with hank niusiaas dregs tad midlclniiTfc I
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w rmmln ao4 tn&icrlmlAto UM of .s..a..... )Hrailwhr Dilllnm. Coal tlpatioff Ito Miles from ksonvUlc.. Theproper Population of Daytona

-fflctBM.U. Uc Tfc+.*d food+"oncoi yoa eel t*too U prvt ttfoiul> rltlfOMed. fnmVMntmrt. slow Pita in and the yelluwUb.Kirfbl'Side rourb ai-l U.iJ!tkro IU.hr.bccnaea Take Fare one way ........ ......... ......$3.30 is about 1,8H>. Adili-l t>-' p=

.U all ifc* tonic rou Deed.OBT kf 1M'wr uekU.CALtrDKNIA and to .. w>ort PKl'ME time your WAFERS liter vttlt I Round trip ....... ... .................... 6.60 this is a suburban population m i
eon tweaCab U B*'dnL The.,fondwulb t iwrfnrvilntr IU proper function main shore and peninsula of about 1
*diluted and the bowrl wed Wowed eloc tirwn. rout health by 1FOIL\l.t J'Kt'NB WAKElU-tMl: OLLef 1,0X( ) at Kingston, Blake Old S-a-
ptetemutt Ulue eoDI11L1U111. a etl ae 1. o.'t'e.wI.i. : fare one way............................$2.20 and
t breeze or Goodall Seabreeze
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o..LlpaLlouurtl. ,(&. Cad tbe*" to eooJlUon Ind'rwtlon.. bUCAUFORYIA directed, will PRCXE urlUrdteurotheltwltoO.W WAFERS, U.1DuDNa. Uk_- RounJ trlp..ft. ...... ..................... 4.40 Silver Beach, which are properly apart
t atjMoted affect the cundliloa of the Wood. eeaoeot loJltffitkm.Torpid Liter.CoBtUIlUtouiaeu. > .
mite
of the and
f; loonete the irutwi.rrodcrlbrf It tuwcptlbl* p"tlu4 eta. M> M to U/ cured.CALIFORNIA DAYToXA iii situated thewobt town population
la crUxu aUmeau. rod kH aWe to upon NOT A STOGIE.
t
rulQlILlacl1.. PBTXE WAFERS do U>. : I Daytona Beach -
bank of the Halifax Hirer at iUfiini
I viibDut the Mi btt orDkuirtt.
Mori run into
Momarh' hu ban timed by orvrwrtkened -
U
I IeUat rout by Jrw or slckarti. yuu Tb<*y "roJ",.<., tuitural and e iyBvitrairnt t and midway betweenits Hen one mile east of the town It is
won't Len U Mop cailDf our did yourelLAll of the bouK are ease topur ttiq > expanse threo good NOT A CHEROOtlr
i you DI'eIJuww W& ,.lll std the and tk'kitafuLTb ttouri-e at Bulow and its outlet approached by bridgesoTer
, MomacJl lau ruorUoo and relief U f rum y the river
.y are N'kiurc'k o+o rvnu-dr, better tttaa well-graded avenues -
brtBtf coMUatly Irritated by undigested.foul pill Of i>*rve. better tba calbartlo tea ILK at Mosquito IuS. It U in latitude 6ut
, and the
'heyenetIt1.pteft record fur lfcl bur< [*> ma o.uwau> teturr tb kartbin{ for it principal summer r a Full Size Perfecto Shape
Wu'tx.'I aga
I.-eetenl0lsdreoserfromthepuro.U tie CA LJFUKN!A PHl'SE fmnfnUt mo.!In/ the bow-'t. U'causa CAUKKN1A i ill, beveuty-four miles from St. Au- rwrt south of St. Augustine It ,
mutant u/r.J
I'itt'Nr WAKKIW ire: a <
I, .1OIIIAC.tI-DQ a f WMral ct&cr laltUtra mMicloe and Iualterof U 0n.ccsrjr.the. kad not k i>urv r k'tin* r"oUy art okiurkilyon KUstine and one mile from the At-i I I has more tourists during the IiUhII ,N\iule fr'ouiCuttings front the Work
the ruotrnti of the boweU. rrtxlucln eiy
you are biltooa. It ti a i'jrn! &hl& TOUT IIJCnQ"DL They n-culate inn Urr Cwt) lantu1 < )a\in, and is acknowledged to j jI I mer than all the other places southof Tables of the San .Hateo
Bw U out of order tad toe lotionou blK Itrorac4 rl<"w>>o the .J.lrm Cal purify the that city combined, and is also: Cigar
ta u4 of beta eicrtwul from &M Uxl, hylrnltou1.W1lydbnthePtom&eh.; lUd U"tb"f'OIIIrtl U without a rival for beauty among i Tactory. and therefore
DM InmUac*.U taken up to Ute bkxxL ...Iovul Mouta. I I I becoming a favorite winter report. containsthe
AJ result. The of bUlotuorM.art frtplna&be tula entire: U tU trtlrnMffvra. UK 6wrt/nw,.I J'1..,.1t11,,:',.ac ciWVtt ,.rtrr)..' top. VViTcrt' if ,hu SeKxtrMt4 ,> 1 the villages of the South. Its sight The beach is! wide, firm and smooth same sweet fine burning stock '

is upon| what is known as high hammock I by many considered the f finest in the that has made the High Grade

land that was crowned by I world, and the surf bathing i is safe Cigars of this Factory famous, _
California Prune Wafers nature with a most royal growth of and excellent summer and winter .

tiiajentu' forest trees: and among !: People Western who summer have tried resorts Northern dec-tare that and Five Cents pays for Two of Them! :

fnai th Fntr, heat sad Pure, Easy t. Take and Warrtattd U 0.* thest- ITWS is the town of today, with there are none so perfect in comfort '"

ANS its beautiful cottage and well-graded as Daytona beach.Automobile. Box of 50 for $ J .25.
BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION INDIGESTION,
,
,
walks and streets. The result is '
ALL LIVER TROUBLES hat all along the wide avenues that Race Meet. 1 Il'll' SALL. IK ALL 1LtJlS.Ma..ufactur.d : ,
The Florida Eat Coast Automobile
uiU'isoct the town are lordly live Association conducts by
100 WAFERS 25 CENTS I an .
and water oaks and hickories, manyof annual race meet on the beach, w In. R S. W. ROWLEY.vSOUTHERN r.o ,
TV* \R\'I: .\ I'Rt I TLORIDA.
"A" R. wbtcbautoklydi.. >'r, lhi rauktiadl O4lii>. tuuJ /a>' brlit la taut it tI.ruq,'" s! them draiied with graceful fes- bas'now a universal reputation as I .
54 III u..1J..1M..ta .4halthhlaarurt.wtttiurtWtWwtY: lI.l irlpou: see t t muH of the gray Sxuiish mt>b.4, that tho greatest automobile race cuirsein I

The ATWOOD yveraa-u the stm-t and walks, and the world. The UayUMiaOniiond !!
PHARMACY teach is hard as macadam, and an ---- ---- -
I aw/ng these are intersperse*! tail ideal stretch of thirty or mop1 null-*. '! -
\Y10SA, FLORIDA I troj S Sal jahnrtUiK, glotwy-leaved without a break makes it tin- natni.il I
,
--- magnolias fragrant bays and eoralLarri racing ground for America g%! 9orrcitvrW

Daytona Ice Co. ..d holly, and many other varieuen At low tide the I beach is bared l for ;.

TropicalPine while in many places the wild 3(X) fct-t and nei: liter carriage< u h.i i :< *
Ww. Wk Man Ia..u\'rCE bicycle or l.oot'ttlriau can m.ik.\ .1 :
grade. the trutiint| >ine and the "w &111UM
hardly visible imprint on the MU:!IJ
; Apple tUUJeJcP1dfli climb and ding amongth and well-|>ockcd sand It is no uncommon

,' braocliee forming wliady bowers sight to sir sail-riKrkr.1 I IbicyclesHjKtdniK

uid adding grow and beauty.. with tho trl.j"II'I'
r i The lie of the wind l before a stiff i I biir/t I iOUIs.LOULN7.
town parallel with the
/ along the Miiooih l I..tt..b. thus .Ir"rd-! l ling
TAR and lUlifai River[; and extend for nearly the iiuwt exhilarating SN II

r.c_ two niilen along the slion. Thisriver known tu man Ikttidi-h these. unl-" .

,i in the'delight of the angler and of Ikird-bltelled, lm-fringiil |HHICvards L( ZIJCIiv
PURE ICEMade tilt bring the lovers of thruli.tl I
I yachtsman and forms one of the UNr1R .
WINE. towns greatest attractions. and vehicles into direc-t. touch \\ nh I,.
from l)i.till-<] \\'uttrKii the mainland l over the broad bridges
I The main avenues that run jar- ; which the Ihtlifax1iver. !'
turf (>i"'u from 7 tu li:! t'\oJIIJIt.1I II npan splendid
allel with orinterM-et the riu>rare all } I ,

'l'bull" 44Voluele 'i IfUfi-rt wide except Ik-iu-h street, Tin' UtK-h from the Mainly. IdulT- Rtw ria ye
'Ita. d bud
'III" ctusfsof Imdiit
> inMic ,
1 which is to the lowet ioiiit at ebbtide:,
A".u. and RailroadHave about .ixty-fin' f-rt, but } im-a>-
-- W'ol 'II, Li U!nj I'pl', St<>tuurli iliMortlem I ban a !half-milt of open, beautiful ures about !5 feet, and Uie avrnlgr '
depth of the surf meanun-s .11.. '"I
: Ouugbi :tml ('"I"... this \\ inter 'water abutting un>n its t.L tern Hide, two (t'l't. A continuous gentle *wi.11

yout han here the salt waiesebband flow'and rolls in from the ocean f"om one to t
ALL O'llir.U ru.M.IUH
abate and ai'riMH which comes two feel in depth under normal conditions ,

t .\ 1'11I'. l'lmltil"dSec I ;the cooling, invigi. 'sting and healtV nuking the beach an attracliveand For a I4 ,
giving breezes from off the willellltlllK' aljuolutelv safe ohwv for Mirlliathing. ,qt.

,I, .:\ which winter and rt.Utl'r Here the infant as aril a<. SMOOTH RUN
It'ashmier the grt'JlAil't"l.l'I.'h'ran of
the Halifax climate one of the mot many
tlummt'rM. can.Hafely enjoy the luxurv'
R .... Rugs | erfect in the world. Lhutuna h.is of a KII hath throughout the' larg'rII1ft

many skews well-grailtnl!, marled of the year, while the sir>n<; RAILWAY

and Art Squares atNiver's and wheHed rowls awl htrt't4. ren allli l exjic-rt hwimmerin \eritire To tcJOIf'IIUJ
tleriug it theUhcelnian's out further to test his strength and
skill in battling with the* iuevhaiiBti-: WASHINGTON, NEW YORK r ASHVILLE and

? I'araUbe ble jxmers of the mighty mvau. and the EAST. i HOT SPRINGS N. t
and udde
to UK-H.*, but a mile ,
an thirty mules of Miiooth,away lurd The Peninsula : CINCINNATI, CHICAGO :, "THE LAND OF THE SKT"The

t They are ornaments for bench, that afloul an unrivalled lying between river and ocvan isonehalf ; The NORTH and WEST... UD Sapphire Country.
toile wide
home. and is Is'iug i
r any {'()liNt' for ng-ilinU\iHx' cycling and rapidly impiVi\|, and there arc :; N.w.st D."an Dining Car
A new lot of Toikt Seta Pullman CarsOn
in.
jut Svrvie
f your druggist or Iriviug or autvmo)ilc ncing. No many fine cottage awl several xuil All Train. Tb. ap..

The minorThat write the numufitrturereDRUGGISTS; town of equal size; North or South, hotels, an opcni house two ocean SOUTHERN RAILWAY, .
. !Imve piers, I'ra+'h pavilion and' a large H f CARY Ln1p hss.rtrA'ei
\u numberH *, musty wheelmen, andiyel'iutf < 108 W BkVrMi JeugGMYIL. FLA
casino. .
Cults 01T OF Bll\ENt: : W A. TUII(. TII Wuhlr ton DeS P Hes .wt.rG f DoC.
it A ,
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a favorite ,,,tiiue with WuhJnltOl
IS UXTUUE.We ;. i A Remarkable Feature WM H TATUJ, AGFA.. !MIa. C*.
ibr lourints MUIUIUT and winter.. I ij
arc still in bueitler'a. I
With over ,(u.>I arlid..8 the Iteautiful Cottages at Daytona has /been be yearly im1provement -
:To Kt>ltlt'l fnnn.Je that have lieeii ertx-teil in the style au'd value of j =-
during the the
buildings that are being crecU-d l '
H. Niver & Son j*Ht years and are lying built aro for homes. Men of capital of the I The Buffalo Gasoline Motor

rendering lH-ytona as famous for its North and I West have IHX-OIIIC ,,

tine honiCN as for its beautiful river, awakened to its ail vantages for is inter Has demonstrate

Tor I lirst CldSS01'1\ Iniw and avenues and they are resiliences, and valuable lot-, :inl j

(willing Yearly to iU attmctioiH.: l Inning purchasc'd. and costly h"m -. :

: sNIRTS.J X..t the lea-t to| tliene attractions\ InMiitiful in design and filii...!.. n' its superiority ovt I

I I (to ili4Rte securing homen in the South, being erected, and beautiful li< uj

t f u':> (;:I th [CU fTIQ Tropical : and ranking second only to health- the alKnlert of vveah and cult 111. a -, all others for tbese I Il
,
i fulneiwand jtrftition of climate I i is multiplying.Seabrtvze.
Daytona SteamLAUNDRY the! fact that it>: ntpulatioa is chiefly City lIt'&titiful !Rv to C
i 't'nljMSt'd| of cultivated and intelli- Gootlall arc settlemc'iitsoii. tin waters.

i 1'fiit (leople. acculometl to the fl'j side of the peninsula o.-r.-- i I'
Manufacturing j IIIH' at'uh. of home and social life. Halifax liver I from iHiytonaAt I 11'.u (HI ,fl.tt ""**

J I \.1.1..1| | tap these- feature are g (rl l the foot of Ocean Hou! i LtLUJL1:

I Phone 8. Ik-ach Si -- hnn"l.t"*, gootl public and private Sc'QIJI't't"f e, a ,pier reaches) r.Ni: |, i 'I Geo. K. Wallace, A> t. t.tWestPalmBe
,
I..- li"( U, Htorett, hotels laundry, lIK'ntIll.lrkl'IJ' airoMi the lieach into be hit< I ln! I, _; ,

!1 1.ero.t.Wwart-- KKfurd) Company I Inuse, ...,l'l'tric novelty lights works for, strut an t>i and cra Mirfof favorite the renort occ-un of tliomwho This pier iN light I' .1 I ........ .. .......'.,.,.. ......... ...J.,..... ........... .....-...... guamy- ..../ ; JI JIt'

STKWAin' BLY, ,'- 0.JnckSOl1'ilil'- .. ; I It 'illumination, agooil telephone iu the Kjiort of fiidiing 1'11.tlrf [ FINEST AND 1-
LARGEST
I I"Slll I -. ..1'111, ice fttc'ton., Lily Water hen-Cabounds! in tn>ut, iMmsieuu' I Ii _

\YYKRaS{ 1') H' ., U <>ikx" and hot and cold lutLs, etc.. i \'t'U.wtail. cavalle, whitiu; drum, : STOCK OF GROCERIES
,salt t.\rrythiiitf else bo sheetf| ) d and other varietieH *
Ort* in Riuk HuikliuK, I'tl.VMt. Fit cuii procured many IN THE
.. ii I of edible huh. CITY.
}walk ottkv O\l'u..tllltk'.111'1 ''>N.V neo-aaary to nuke lifeeoml During the fall N.Iwa -
: l I. '11.Llt'n important feature in the fatuous sea lus.aff..nl*. natal HAY GR IN
,
and FERTILIZERi
hculth/uluoM of the town i ia tho sport, anti it ha* been no iiii
SEE healer Supply ( to land a th J. D. Carmichael of this gamy fish iu an uftcnioou
\\ 11I\.h it ilcriml from numerous individual 01 them and Coffees.

)U<(.>rv run \lu".. ."inr |iiiinlii| ', : duce 1 11 1 'I I 1. 'iuiiix wdl".If which there are fifteen to ranging fiom J
HtlimN\'It. ".. l."i |""1tut \P "OIL, i : ,lialily :'UNi iu theta ruraae limits. weight. Not thirty-five only |munil!" iu Agents for TETLEY'S TEAS tt
rallt.\.J. Il.ur .if t u.v II.>t. I PUJj I : i '.is How is secured l II y boring tuIU'lu offer thin dtnv the >*' splenJid Packages and Chests.
but
1 1 spurt the
depth of from 80 to llfrtl
,
Halifax
!
Hirer
only half mile bark
a
iiiiK'< through several ..tr.1L'of of the New Florida Syrup--the mad J
tI and this ocean, is equally fatuous fur finest ever
Ocean House depth assures
m all surface. contamination.purity Thot'rin its fin+" i\nui\ iind the varioti that 50 cents a. gallon.
e
r. \V I I aJlIUllll in the ocean are in
SAMS. 1'n.j.rk-tor > : slightly pnent
I II:1vSllltN.t. I 4'I 1t impregnated with the river. Best line of Cigars in the Famed
Itat't'e fOO I"r II"J and l'vwat\I.. I I i 11nebla and iron and hulJs t>ulr Hunting and City. The
.. I t '!, IJ iu the shape of which fishing good. Kxperiemx'd : Key West "
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and
ge.itl t 1C.'KUlnt HULrJ..r1.s I i gu b' ()It guides and dogs inav lie ; El Principe, lamps'

FLORIDAinn I'trtaaay. had at naioaable prices.i .i, BEST CIGAR.
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---- ... I f; FISHING
I. i 'I i. 1au.I""loI. 1\:. TACKLE--The kind you need torch
r. .' \\ u.-iit (br'elrttrl4.el L.\I ird lers this ; waters.
,
YOU I I' in i office for ynuk \\"ik. I !J
Lawn added to ttn-ir Laling fiv. ihth Drop
ui. I
f'he (i/"f o't1E M E. T.
01111 Or/nk. can lurnub aojr 'lUlUlih We do the rest. .1 CONRAD & CO., THE GBOCft .

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