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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: March 7, 1908
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Daytona, Florida, Saturday, March 7, 1908."B.t AdrcrtUlac' M.dl'_. !. D.1t... aid ri dell,. Price 5 CentsDon't

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i Continuous Moving Pictures I i BARNES, the Novelty Maa;, I'

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WITH
A BLAZE OF GLORY.CLEVELAND
SELLS EVERYTHING.
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: Peck Block, foot of South Bridge : .

: Pictures changed Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays. : It It It .
: Especially Stationery Fishing Tackle, Crockery :

:. See lire Alligator in window. :. GRAYSVISIT New World's Records! ITEMS I -PERSONALAND : Glassware, Fancy Confectionery, Souvenir Post :

: Cards, Talking Machines Dolls Toys and Notions. :
: Admission
10 cents. .
I DAYTONA. Made' on the Beach. OTUERWISE'tltll

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................ I Will also frame your Pictures, sharpen your Saws, !
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............. Famous Ohio Military Or- Ideal Summer Weather Prevailed Brief Resume of Things Seen : Knives, Scissors Lawn Mowers, Etc., and will .:

j THE CHAS. E. GARDINER C CZ CO. 1 Spends Two Days in Throughout the I and Heard in and Near repair almost! anything that is out of whack. :.


the City and on the WeekAttendance / Daytona During the In Fact, for Any Want, Remember !

.. Racing Beach. Very Large. '. Past Week. ..

i Dry Goods. I The Cleveland Grays the famous With the long white beach in good tI.adies' and gentlemen's baths at the : BARNES i
i I Ohio military organization, arrived in condition for the contestants of speed, Electric Light PlantI rO
I Daytona Wednesday morning in their and many dare-devil driven of demon : THE NOVELTY MAN. :
ee Morris of Del-and, of the
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: i special train and were met by Major A like skeletons of cars ready for the attempt I one .

Z Phone 102, Anthony Block : I B>. Foster their former commandant. to smash all motoring records :candidates this we--k. for sheriff, was in Daytona : 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA;' FLA; :
: The party were on their return from a the annual meet of the AutomobileClub .
Z .. !I trip to Havana and stopped ofT for two of America and the Florida East ''II Mansfield's! Creamery Cutter and Pu- :.t.........1.t.111.........1.1.........111.1........

days to attend the races. The courtesies Coast Automobile Association on the rity Butterine in one pound bricks.: at }
2. DAYTONA, FLORIDA. of the Florida East Coast Automobile Ormond-Daytona beach was inaugurated t Birchwood's. tf

$.....N.1++....+....++..++.+.+...1.1111.+++.+++++++Z I the party Association and the uniforms were extended of gray were to Tuesday.:. TUESDAY. I I Mrs. H. W. Chapin whose winter
|1 home, is at Beuna Vista is the guest of
: ....i...............I...........1Sill...1.......... i!cry conspicuous on the beach Wednesday Three cars started Tuesday in theopt.'ninc I I Mrs. I*. O. Rawson. Norman S. Dayton :
I r and Thursday. event for the Minneapolis
I Thursday evening a ball was tendered :Championship trophy cup. ,I Leghorn eggs for hatching white,
the Grays at the Hotel Ridgewood, at I The starters were Ccdrino in his Fiat j brown: buff and blackBert Heacock
i i Groceries ? I the close of which the special train which Cyclone, Harry Lavey's 120 horsepower'I t j'.I Cedar street. tf

the organization chartered for the trip lotchkiss. Shefts driving, and the 130 Mrs. Addie Cove and Mrs. Florence LUMBER.

started on its return to Cleveland horsepower Christie with Blakely at Abbott sister and niece respectively of
The Cleveland Grays were organized in the wheel. The race was won by Ccd- S. 11. Cove, are his guests.
; I NOW YOU ARE TALKING! 837, and have a splendid career. The rino's Fiat in 110 minutes 20 seconds, Yard, Magnolia Avenue and F. E. C. Railway. Alto
No
charge for preliminary plans and
history of the organization is a* follows: the car going almost the entire distance 1 Plans, Estimates and Superintendence. Real Estate office.
Nearly three-quarters a century has with one tire missing. Owing to the : estimates; supervision of work at actual 1st door south of ;P. 0. W. A. EDMONDSON Manager,

1 i That's My Business.I passed! since a few young men, their military accidents Tuesday I{. W. Buckley's I cost. Norman S. Dayton Daytona. tf Daytona, Florida. Phones at office yard and residence.'

. .. : spirit aroused by the political B I. I.. M. and Heroin's Renault did John T. Hammond and Frank S .

i- 1 :, take pleasure in railing for jour miler) and) : questions( of the day, formed themselves not start. As the sand was sort be-'I'Sams, of New Smyrna, were shaking!I
: delivering what into the City Guards. A few t ween the Clarendon and Ormond, that j''hands with Da}tona friends Monday..
i promptly you want. :My Muk : I ,

'I I, ::> is always fresh and fine and jour trade will : months the Cleveland later the Grays name, and was changed ambitious to, part length of of the the beach course was being not shortened used, the to i,f {Gulf, gasolene Refining, cylinder Co., phone and machinery 70, kerosene ..+.......+.....+..+.+.++......N.NN..NNNN + ;'

M tl 1 : be highly appreciated and well taken care of : regressive and representative of the 12J! miles running from the inlet to oils. Office and warehouse at Daytona

:.. I ti Phone me your waits : best citizaoship t If the t t'n'illage of the post three-quarters of a mile above Novelty Works, r.. Dillingham. Agent. !
rl. U Cleveland as they were, they little the Clarendon. The starter's pistol was CONRAD GROCERY CO. i

_ thought that their organization, so well fired at 11.TJ a. m. The Hotchkiss cut Hon. W. J. Harding, ex-governor of(

e CARROLL i founded, would coutinue throughout away first, but was forced to stop for Ohio accompanied by his wife, are the : .
. the century and witness their western some minutes. The Fiat then took the guests of Mr. and }lr"" A. H. );ling. I

,It : village expand into a city of more thana lead and held it throughout the race. A Mrs. Harding is Mr. Kling's daughter
Full
l'l The North Beach st. Grocer. half million souli.: tire was lost in the first; I pand replaced, HI will pay $3.00 for a female fox i Carry a and Complete ti
; Their ambition was to excel, and as then lost again and 'edrino continuedon
: squirrel, a year or more old and S2.0C
i = Telephone No. ]19.! : early as 140( when they escorted Gen a bare rim. The Cyclone: made the for young male and female gray squir i Line of Plain and Fancy i
.' larrison from Fort Meigs to Cleveland, first 25 miles! in 26:39: 45. Christie els. J.7. BANTA, DeLand Fla.
of e !hI.1.I.t.I ......ISIII........I.I.1............... their reputation for perfection in 'dril broke a valve on his first lap that put
... 1> -- -- -- --- ind discipline extended throughout the him out of the running. Sixteen min An intimate knowledge: of the build-
-= TI I .. A Matter of Essential Importance middle west, and boon after was not unknown utes after stopping, the Hotchkiss got ing interests of this localitywill save i GROCERIES I :

V to the military bodies of the under way again and glue the Fiat a you many annoyances and perhaps ex
j_: f It* every householder,sanitation and *anitary other states through the repeated asrer- chase The Fiat's time by laps was asfollo"s'.o tra costs. Let us! advise with you. I t .

},l i equipment should receive the greates tious o(1(:Jen. Scott then the hero or, miles 04:05, 75 miles S.05: costs you nothing. Norman. S. Dayton) : ---0-- _
*' o I 'pa'sible attention; and when new plumbing Lundy's Lane, that their evolutionsapproached 100 miles 11020. The Hotchkiss' time Daytona. tf T

*; + Is to be installed only a plumber of th perfection more nearly than for 25 miles was 42.37: and for 50 miles Never hi the history of Daytona has BUTTER.V
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highest repute, and one who keeps up with any he had ever witnessed. 77:51. there been MI many visitors within its:
the j Jatebt improvements/ should bet'mIJloy-1 Military organizations of other till s In iris 150-mile( totuc'J.. Chassis contextheld : gates as have beta the past week
i. rd. If yon have this subject under consid- were visited and in turn entertained and after the 110-mile race TuesdayJames Every hotel is filled to overflowing and 1 ;

se . : ed will lie of the greatest value.DWONA their competitive exhibitions. When J. Bergdoll's GO h. p. Benz, It. W. to accomodate the visitors. J.

rebellion came the guns of Sumter w erscarcely e Buckley's Thoma-s, ;.0 and W. Gould For Rent-Seaside : l:1. T. Conrad & Co'a. old stand. .
cottages, completely
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CV&o. silent before the Grays r Brokaw's 30 h. p. Allen-Kingston were furnished, from 2 to 14 rooms,, ...................................N..NNNt ,
m; sponded 100 strong;, the first in UleSt.tro the starters; It. G. Kelsey being unfortunately
ski latter suitable for hoarding house, toilets
PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. -
and one of the first companies i in kept out of the race by a broken
art ir aI r the north, becoming Company A, Firs crankshaft. In this event Bergdoll 1 some electric lighted. Inquire al t .................................................... '
s Phone 64 Cherokee cottage: opposite windmill 01
Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Two companies made the people take notice when he
al board walk, Seabreerr. If
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were recruited for the Highly did some remarkable driving and won Transfer & L StaWe: '
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..MMttf...................................... fourth Chio, and one for the 1..oth the event, covering the distance in 2 Mr. and Mrs. George II. Munroe and Daytona Livery
Judge and Mrs. C. H. Weeks
V% whose first of 40 minutes auld 3.1 ; departed
/ Ohio by members terms hours seconds. This
-l Ask for t the Bread: jj enlistment had expired. The fact that establishes the 150 mile stuck car Wednesday for California. They expec C. E. Johnston. Proprietor, j j
: i world's record. to travel extensively through the west,
e. : more than eighty of the original company The Benz also lat
with the stamp of served as commissioned officersbefore the Fiat's time covering 100 miles in i and return to their summer home a t I have the beat life!')" in tie
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the close of that great fratricidal 1 107 minutes and beating Cedrino by: Joliet, 111. about June first' It is th I- city, with white driver who 1

strife, testifies to their military training& nearly three minutes. intention of the party to return to Daytona are familiar with all road ', ',

17 adltlglMlMtb hPl4H i'",i ia Daytona Bakery Shortly after was the effected Civil War, new a completereorganization equipment this A! race few, the minutes Allen-Kingston after the wus start out of *For early first-class next October work Daytona. Steen .n LOOK FOR THE ; j 4

was obtained and a high degree o f of the running and laid up. H. W.Buckley's Laundryphone1! tf = / Silver Tipped Rigs. : :

efficiency was soon! reached, but not Thomas car did not fare very The remarkable i
.1 well either progress made by th --:-:.'.. Phone 27, Public 6ck ol.. \ ,' {
i going but a couple of laps. ...... pp.
lose their
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.. wishing identity they continued orange growers Volusia in
county ncu -
Y ..i.? !f'Io:........, H. E. QUIQQ, as an independent command The Cleveland car entered by James |>erating their groves and bringin g ..................................... ,............. .
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III that
i Laughlin (the same' car made
: The first call (volunteers in
I V / r.'f.CI:' :f. 1SOS I them into bearing is commanding t:e -
908 1 y ,rt.j/ ( i' Proprietor. coming& only to the organizations: already I the pathfinding trip from Jackson\ille attention of the entire State. X 0 .................................................... 4
r rr- to Miami i) was second in the run, covering -
within the National Guard, a bill was county in the State has a greater repi OPBN SHOP
9gIlY .....................MM. introduced in the legislature, creating 100 miles! in 140:46.WIDNT.SUAY.: tation for the quality of fruit, more f''''

the Cleveland Grays Engineering Hat- : pecially the Halifax River oranges .A..u.l '

15 aa ..... ...... **************** talion O. N. G. Pending the passage Three cars started Wednesday afternoon *A full line of Hudnut's
I .t*********.. e ********* : of this bill, three companies were re in the second day's racing.; The Perfumes at W. H. WRIGHT & SON
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am N. ERICKSON cruited which entered the service on first event was the 125-mile in'itationamalf'lIr Young's Pharmacy.

sill the second call as the First Battalion, for gentlemen drivers and the )Ir. and Mrs. J. A. Gregg: and M Ir.

:: ; Cabinet MaKer. Wood Worker. i Tenth Ohio, U. Volunteers, returningin starters were S. B. Stevens driving the and Mrs. Gregg: of Minneapolis, Minn: Painting
March of the following year. Fiat Cyclone, R. G. Kelsey in .W-h. p.i have been spending the week in lJay-

.W Picture Frames, Door and Window Screens! made to order. : In 1892, fire destroyed not only the Christie car and L J. B rgdull, in the tona. The party are friends of As a I Decorating i
.w entire equipment of the Grays, but the Benz car. That was the same start as Paine and he has been showing the rn: PaperhangingWest
-: Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA FLA. treasured souvenirs and records accu- in Tuesday's 150-mile race. J. M. Gil the arractions around Daytona. The'

,,: ..," " ". ',.N**.***.*******************, laW through more than half a century bert.sl'al'kard. which caught fire in the Messrs. Gregg have a winter hone atn
ID m -' Through the generous assistance of Ormond garage Tuesday did not enternor Alta Monte Springs, and came over i of Ridgewood avenue Daytona. Florida

............................................. friends and the earnest and untiring did Harry Let ey'e 120 h. p. Hotchkiss. their touring car Monday.
er Just prior to the start the llotch- NNN..............................................
effort of the members, new equipmentwas
tIC want the best
i you oranges fur
Some of the things secured and the present armory kiss racer caught fire in the carburetor home consumption or to rail .... ...... ...... .
burned for ship at .+.+. ....+. +. +...++.+ +N.... +. N
and several
in front minute"bE'rore
erected. With later this -
improvements Point Grove, New Smyrna road, rat!!

we sell I and install. company valuable has, but become by far, not the most only com themost The fire the did flames not reach could be the extinguished.tank, how or are otherw reasonable be. and shipped Ferd Xordman express! paid tr I i J. C. BUTLER R SCO.BBAL&

plete of any possessed! by a military organization ever, and the car was only slightly) .
independent of State or national damaged. The starter's pistol went off In another column appears the aa, !
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aid.Since at 12:45: i-. m., and the Ben car shot> nouncement of I:. L. :;Smith candidate e I Cottages forSale or nL Fire and Accident Insurance

Pumping Outfits, Heat the first! encampment in the away first, being passed second later 1 for sheriff. Mr. Smith ill a native floridian : Phone 234, DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. r11N1N

public square, nearly seventy years ago, by Stevens' Fiat, Kelsey getting away ; he has been marshal of Dayton :.............................. .1N/N"
Sampson and deputy sheriff for a number of years
the have pitched their tentsmany Continued on Third Page)
Specifications'Windmills: Bathroom Grays! ( and is well qualified to fill the office to
times; the favored sites being -- ----- ---- which. he aspires. From present rod i- ........ .++.++....6.+.+.*.+..... ............>....

2 horse power Engine, Outfits, Hot water boil- Chautauqua or some point on the Great radius of 500 miles, have been taken for cations Mr. Smith i is the strong cant' i : J. B. lP

: Bulldozer Tank Heaters Galvanized Lakes or their connecting rivers Nearly pleasure, and on occasions of ceremony. date and has every prospect of being I i GARRISON"A
Pump 2,000 ers, 30,000 miles have been traveled in their close examination of electricIi -
Frequent social gatherings in the clubrooms nominated in the fiat primary.tl.afte .
gallons Iron Tanks nu'merous of the al work finished ud charted 1
4 ,per hour. The trips to various parts of the armory add to the spirit af'' 1n
New Orleans Orange Trees For Sale-I Paso from this shop chows how
Canada
United States and ,
best Hotel comradship that has been
pumping .outfit ever Steel Towers, and the Southland have twice been manifest.Old always furnish 30 large orange trees-5 year old I: }ly and honorably we transact.

< offered in Florida for dish warmers, Steam ited on invitation. A tour of the viC men: who have scarcely missed a buda-Sft. high, ome of them having :3 buainesj. Electrical repairs rr-I

Hrkel.Service Fire- ProTables[ Gasoline Engines Coast and the Rocky Mountain statesin meeting for me re than fifty yean extend boxes of fruit this season, of following : ceive special attention.
varieties: Tangerine, King, Mandarin,
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1903 with a party of friends and the a friendly greeting to the youngedrt'Cruit who ploy us never worry
tection and Irrigating Hydraulic Rams, officers of the Old Guard of New York while the Kumquat; alo a full line of orange, our chartes, and they IB.W
scores great
; among grapefruit, etc., trees in one, two and
Pipe, Fittings, Valves. City was perhaps the most enjoyableever number of former members, many of three year oW buds. Trees planted out I' t fore efitttfog us> that our workmanship : ,

made. whom are prominent in the affairs of when desired. J. M.-CHAFFER, will be the belt I
work.STAPLES Kingston, Fla.
Washington baa twice been visited, state and nation, return each year to
'it t & CUTTEN, once on order from Gen. Sherman toad offer their inspiring toasts, renew friendships tPhone 23 and we will call for your : _.- ft Daytona Electric Co. .i

as escort to President Garfield at and confirm again and again tOld cleaning and pressing. All work done i
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truth. "Oure a Gray, always aGray. by white workmen exclusively. 232 South Beach 6tne4.Z .
\ _Central Auto Garage Place Magnolia-Avenue, DAYTONA. FLA. the time of his inauguration. A score
of lesser (rips, induing cities within!: a ." 1 O. 3. Burnett,Tailor. .......


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n" P&J'.JM Lev..a a .sag bear.YeLt4gt : w.cjl. rJS Le dray crow.LEI drag a: ,*.v:.:,/>tw c.: Muter Vi ieC4a,1 Covstj A.bmKt. tavataaeat
trd sates;! a.t : atoM: &:bra: t,1 ;r. At a regs: zest .J8-- ta Tri: }{P_ 5. X. DoBBIN3.e and Surgeon. TctraU
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She ::. ::raa.: t: .r. aaNTd1sig and Title lasaraoce CctspBa j.Atotncu .
sad 1M sbo: i ca#4 vie c< .-:* r .:a 1 .> tae i *..-i. or otL: Ti6Tae Ewa:, -V. :II.r"J i Orir cf Red M<=. ---- --
a: iLe ye ScerLU tetka to diewes of tie .. .,...
rots a rtJ..::. rvlt j Srrriig a !::.coyr fvmtetad ttGrtfWhr7 ,
I7 y.:7: ar UL: .. rite k ti* i wSfrr ILL 46 tU octaa po (.( :rr i:1..: o ,. vm,y. c- ctrl: x:r a a--a'. t:a: t e Iooi'ra ng rev c.e sewt:r .+..+....._._._. .-.-.-.. .- ... I Ere, E r, Tiro: sd Soee. O.eead e4. 'b.. state aM linI e ?mats -

amriou. 'se's, f=;:.tt'!d a.r: darger.r-' too SIe.ad :LratJ err eat rnce, o. 101 Xag .or'a corer -I i tort >U.Pr( ;Carry. V RT *! >
: : iriseaT 4 .c. is sad prxt a
e-ay at ga.s.
Jt.i. b.t".f.j ke4 riaS.er. M.n.frxa .,: fir F. .2.ca t. Td t to ccc.e torra WbfMi, Ovucii TrO7 *. U ,. e atY.n r. P.alt.o.I .t iept.cne S Eaak.t eLaa&na.

Err d 7 BrJ'.4:. r lret.astgs.eter yeas ,? '+c st won ujat ;;,.etaF1 an: .o eras c4 wa.'hig.. "' .: y. fet.r": ;;. | For Sale tap.Enterprise i .rce boor.s a to s p. ..
i i l.ayy L'e.inrr < CCA.-J jc keg sa a L N. g17 tr" &.- .
Vtea4 tts / 22id, IXr. r* iTtji tie a sLce
:pwLtse : 7r.\ %
w4 ant: a: to r a+s 1 A ..* cv i.: :r..1l c- &: tOri. f.6L: D. D. &: C. \. ROGERSi
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1 fueaI oberr-.n J H&B".ar.d.i.. ai4 r ?s.n d tie vas tcsra .2- I G. i\. KLOCK
5I'ayeitnr sa.t a ga: erne.., 4. Eve:7 rxi Afcr.bie:: &?
d g4 tmrarag td.razatasnr '1dtattt wtrs. tease dime: O.u:, ?anus; Mr.aid "oil". .y>V" V.*.tt+ itaS+ Lava atar..ld a te'i J, the ;, s, v.is, later :. .c! : Stereoptkan : and Surgeon Civil Engineers

saa.tr7l w lsat wee't 1hM 'citI: ;;" tri; or '.:..t: af.cuif f::.r giv- ask disc g niyz: UayttCca z.4r"J : With Sun Rival Light : Physician I
tr".ii Nis. RWC. X: L.t C. :. :
:CrL ; :L't.'e '>< JU i;.;?"o&e. wt-d:. wrrtt =: .--.;:g %-.u., f a s'.cy .ea.t w as \-.1'7 1"I. rI l""pod& tdUGa glies 10 14..4a. ..1Cte iDAYTOXAudMIAMI.
fm a:d a.rt.Vl Ttrc'.a4;. cd.i,**4 the cr ', r*>d. = beard at atace G6 d
v .ay I I. iJt and nuac u Gans. la! be.Edgewo"tt ( FIJLDajtcca
MLris>. L Far fl .iL :t+etasa to alt the G&de a --rr.t= srn sTherefore. .
1othnaa.; )fr. Sea, :=&tt gate etil:J.. ':- '.f trey Liidrtd feet, aait" g ,'"0' ii'ae ArrsO'1 the girl'. : peso..: ,:peer been TVt. .
he i is ...ntut t.e :
4 t6; ear;jb: .a1 Haag. svt alans b* wfd wt. .
,'1Ul : :'J .b .?:t 3 r say aY tU..L c.l t.J Tr2e b! cittn t-1 tel a 1wti :% Passion; I'tiZ lectiteruiam : ?*'p.m.e:.Ii M *"' p. at- Office Estafc&k 1S7J
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SIrL H. J. Pm: a.d .as VA a et pewir-ayseet i:' a'.fs, &:.1 : > PAT7O5 TLA.M. .
droved. S a-irt.al'I c' a= 1.ds
2(1,1 frotn Seneca oc a slit In )fn.Hata .... each L': :r..t.c1e tai ce', u.-J tot. i at1:2 t e Wa.air.j..ri11 ay way ; -c-. : ...rea,'rten ani ererct..t. : -
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1# M-ram; Tr.. Pat' a.s o : tw'irttteli. ZL:4e.: e cwkg .hJ,
t st a.d nGv.I', Y a. Wass.I" 1. fry LtLand a: a-4g: the rvtiw.I. ;. _A :: tts d::xtrs is .t.Jt. the ofr.sA \.1, t.e it f-;.bttesrAedd' that tare : := :"= ':r. L: r. : JOSIE ROGERS. D. H <\. BERNARD
r cl::.w t.e e'ead n r. tr Seder's r..l
W;su OZ"ra uA dagr.t i. H.otw t
+ :1 fry: ice-taf v..c
Swta,cf CbttiAS:: .V. J., osU cf It*. .. C..Hera cj.ie *te :T.;' iiic ate .'.. .r.r a tor e-i-ad tll.: Wc.r. .:e tea Tre..aL1, : a 0-,1 b t-a..rnitts4J A. \\'. FIELDER, : Homeopathic Physician >. I foBrit sobucriptioci aad bteiaea
l : sa .tttl: I S'-1.:! \.r !o.r ill Day' U ;:fhWALTER for the Ttme >t'aioL
Glxad sFaTer'vmir at )f:.. Air ;: rarSec L. LlJW.\P' A :
1 M'.4iyntttT. ;. ,.\? =okne or oiler Levy New :'"aivma Fh XII 3 North Beach Su *t.II .
( UU V& JOHNW. WILLIAM ad.-.r. TIMES-UMOy BUREAU.
dutk' lle7 I r ti :.
to
tn. Isakea: : et c1 scz steel frrr4j W.Ylr; V..c.ee with bfcxk, er 'rgals! ortr3rtL 1N Gore Uo' :,. JO to 2-3) and 'OO
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C..ief A Rr-oe .......... .
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i )ft, Y. J. Gn sad lead Ma P..ii, Trr..n, rA Bntct, L:iry! aatW7la2ay :;: Y'J eaibt, s.a.:1: tA'' a/loted .N I to 7::n Smith A Hilda Real Estate O..+ee.
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r.t H.r daytt. rg, PA.. ate g".ts A c( }It,j to rc.t.. any .tots, .war. o: at- -- -- -- Tetrronee So. 122.baytona Beach Svret. ;
cd LsTeMts. r'Z:: ;:
ud In.. Jlt.CIa.ulu tai.pLttatt ir j etps with z the -.:1 il1 &,
i AlT r, at
Mere apartca t L'e- '. \! ...'r..l..I I.s frt1. !
larnt GC S L'1rJ euttt lt'4- i I Cc.L C. 1'. MTrft tULK .H: frva Maria; 1'z ks mak:ir.. a. tesa: c.f MINSTRELS COMING DR. BOHANNOVS I
t.a.a Md3auaLaa asd (her a-e 'a.:7igpargera from any rahayr Private nose
Hestia W ..e.S'.al a-J .m rr d ace
coheres self; tract or ',tter l-.a.m v.r.t..AIl -
and Sanitarium Private Sanitarium
tics witt. L. fa..LI .: atr Zl pital .
si. i tax theam. and R. R.
a etnce asctargx March II Volusia
YrsL kLr Prowca. who! UI be,z; pay Daytona ave Mtry Urtitty teethe yo.ertrease bt
.avLvt. t.'i fiv'-y LackeEec a.w rare vdicJ and .arilealfi es. e.i; For tie trratmc&t J an
via z Lj w'.u.1.n pate&U, Mr. a:dJtba ML I Mr. eta ".5e aid da;gitcr of :-. TLe wh.tito ',f any at the J.trkaJ apj.tlaaeee. trala.d aer es.yjt.t.urrou..tla5L '
t .. : KtLtll for terenJ Teske past ;, n-il .. t'f his o!d'.a.c .JuJ bep.aato :J:.tL Att-ai, T e.r: f y sal aueark.a 1 I MMJe&1 sal 1uPea1 ea-.
'La4sg. MLl: .. L-d =:rday a!:!:: *o 10 all ttt &ti Term* oa *(.{>il* 21 South Btch Street Pb e. :..
r Tara, VxJay for in Lowe: la SL LG".Iit.Will. by a Lne tot ez'eed g fatty r.tl4i. :SCi 4t weood t,_.. r.11a.It. I
I l ; .tl C. X2r,cf Lew ark, OUiSjfetT&ttoLJhzciljftt .t50a.de'', aid well t rid the balance of tie M*>C&ibere crJ.n..r by tupraoncLti cot -zuxdag .. \. KL._.'K.. and R. HuWE.Pa.r.iana C. C. IdOfAax. M. D.
: tec. -lay-, or. boat, in tb dj.. retr A G Allen's Minstrel Show iDa'aatge.USTLOPTII.
i
tt! PriaCM -I Big I
1 i I !: ..If'... r.aU-.r.e' Mayertx, of 'I.r: .oiTtJle ., tion of .: aay: '"r nttCtg an mayor- -
iMeca last vefc ,
i ', Ttta., u VxaVtd ca tLe b** h .,tifrieult Fart i J. P. ESCH. ,\\. D.
,1 L. Eauale aid 31:!. CLfcriei cf t Eztrvte ff.Bi a& Ord.ik:t* f.r\-.1

Mttld.B, )("*-. arc butts tLe revest tr- for tLe with of Iud: Npri 10, 1405 The Olde-t and I large( Minstrel Orijrini/arion (Jr. -J. C Herman. Physician and Surgeons
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MIM KatUe Yelriigt'A Lue&arge iota AL JT1Ur.: regTiJAle take, a v/- 1

t j'' tires at IX..z.e; I/jdje. I of the burst leather bu Leu a: mobiand otter eaveyaeee for in the I'niu-d =State. ; gr duate under the f'UZi(>r, A. T. Fifih bouse south of U E Cbtrreh;
IIn. k Wt.ou teed eh7d:tea, asd Lire aid ail hard f& tie
,a the Atwvxi PtarsAcy, DayttuMt. cuavepze.i I :till, Kirknm.-. .. located oa Vol- cfiiasola Drive, Daytona Beaeh. .*jj
lc.t1'1 frieu, MJ Ev/r&a are : city of bay to.a. P.'Atw l ar.--l ap to-ifiv incliiinz the gr*ratr-t guy! of ****-ft :Sit. ere MIA k\no... "** door f'St r.t Halifax'
ebbed Tceaday awl are looted at Dzie; and Mr'. E. TVeWcc, who case & it II'j; by tie -f.-r..uJlrL ecnndl Journal offlr* DsTUvoa. P.oridaI O < Loan 12 to 2 p. m. Tpbonfo -

t Lcdji for tt oI! seaoo.ai 'teeslrviagon3aLre.z ares v,Late of U> r ty of u5 t""r.blf'oJ: in one .....lIDplt.J.rti"lic Cake; Walker*. (\nUirtiw Pboc0.. :0:.
Sa.ctr 2n tf.r.H.1t.t fir

; fretE'atdfla.zp Ud tt. early j re".rored to their i srw eotta on H- Li.-, are'y'ai td :'"t to itop lonze r i-;.. Trick Bicyfl* Ri.}-n. A"rob@s ',D IDCii I

,p P*rt of the: "we k. He w3awbth sir'reel is 1 faz aveose 'Sc.r"wy **t... Tot r that f%*> a.jiu>i a: any pare Qlar LF I (. \,\'. .\. GOYC S. H. GOVE

cf Xatb vlth 1iJ.- ps.eL.r ewtry' i l.Oiae! it f1-.t yet Ltith4, tnt c-:. ::t.tth'J: : I ;fact on aiy tGrcwgtfae'if:: tie: aty Diacioc OMa' jian!. an :arakariv thrill-

VaCoriUtet.S2toaa! rL5ett for 'o cupn:ey. n'fIt .t a in aetsal e.vi't wa.Utg :'I Dentist Architect Builder and[
for aa es.pkyer, aid to ,reeve on at the ins features ntetl l .krr afdlW.tb
6 A stat/mre u, !:;.e era .. pre- an a
ca
Gaff, of New Jtrttj *rrire4 rzsaway 'boners:d If any of tt! city polk au- ; Contractor

i the latter part of lat wetk aid I> >d toaettitg cf a 1e"&tk.D: Mcidayaltrtocti u.r..n _,. f'aavaa TL -4::" wStln l a'e [..-JJ.I.. "'i.-e. f'r .i02..1AJ and VoiaslftPHO.VK I
looted: it Tie Glenwood. Mr C I.Iaper.t. *I t.ut.-u without; z<&cri3 r- &:C. 3 Tb* legal u'arge t.l traesprtatf'n Residecee aDd office, northeast rur

viaUr and fumzer la 5nJttoae *ttU rclta. JiLa: .\. Ox>pT, (sett of the t.y each rue.eyance of.ager ;sheens .1 nu Eidjewood aid Vohtsu an
Admission 25 and 50 cents.
i from 'JL. point to a&ott r larityl.ac.it uf SO | Pbooe 89. Dajtcss, II*
terra or rl g4 ytan ago, and r*1t.a34e IL&, wa dr.vu.j oat; of the ; !! ti.all b!: tartyfe cents,

made friends dnrttt Lit Bach Traijfer turnouts, when tl! and a3 owien of vj>h conveyan*4 and .. ;
rnaaj ruyMr. -
sad Mrt. JoLa M. Easy of Caro, Horse took fright aid sade a mad rii their *iupk yea are forbidden V et.1ri'rrr"re. I............... .. ..................rn................ LESSONS I IN GER.Hy .\\.\;\. Halifax Music House
I1j4 that a fee of fifty antsmay '
f except
MJ &., stopped btu co tlnr retora before.!a.d Lang Mn.checked.Mr. Goncaa. aid M tC1.Arz**! btw 12 midnightand : i M. ELLA DE VOY CO. |ii ,1 a lady: who hAs a through George Wray
j4 I from Cuba and are '*eta of )I:. and" tuft jaCoZoi&a : : C L m.. for nch f"'fvltt.'

h i Mn. Walter Gamble. left TtKday JIrr.iLl: '''r Jyc. 4 No (earnag: or vehu tki.1 b!: ; knuaktfge of tee German language The cheapest place fa the State to'

; Mr. aad Mrt Y lt .fUir., d &tl1lfJDiUa their OLio; tvsoe They: bad Lees cxcuyirj u'JM2 on etc city thoroughfare; after : i LADIES' HATTERS : :l *Ld has traveled abroad. Fee forth bay Piaaoa. Piaaos to Kemt. Tea
i I i dark without bav.ng on .arb t.d a -r info>nntion address P. O. Box
h ud Wlmufred and Cert, are a the Docceily cottage, which tae ing. Repairing and Polishing bj
a
'larr.n
fCt.tI.- : : Correct in Ics. Personal attention to Fitting tI 20", Dsytons ease
Sty
y over from DeLcoa gpri&p rlslJE:j Mr. iujt ba take: by Mr. and Mrs.Sucbart. See. !9. Mboever Lall violate aiyprotison skilled workma&| ]
I : %., OSiUtbI:-a.b >trwt, Dajtona. : I ""
i4 Mn. H. C. Mn. Wm Ronald aid Mr*_. Tboau ; : of tbw' ordinance shall b* u*
1 liu'klaLd
ud !:Djojii.r f.UI tb a Lne; not exceeeiina 12j.fj. NNNN................N.NN....,.N.NN.....N.. ........ ... .. .. .. ....
1 tterace*. frotla.n; bate gone to P.I'JI.kId1.e! to toes

Me. A.td Mn. Grojan anal The above ordinances; : were enacted .. .... ........-............. .. .... ..... .. .. 'fl
Mrc Ayert who made the for tie safety of the people and to protect .N.N. N N. NN. N. .. .. .. .. ....... .. ... .. ... .. ... ....
txcgrtioD tt'PaJnj Beacb la the L'atle Mr. and Mn Guard, of New 1..I..r.dr.tI. the rights of all person u!fcg the .
R. D. TAYLOR Electrical Contractor
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Sam lrt w ek, report) an enjoyable] [/onn., have taken rooms at the Lome of publ itr* .!. They must be !tri'.tJyc.tJln.ft1 :. *: : Trunks, Dress Suit Cases Bags.

Mr and Mn. WtUsoa.MIM by all persons to whom they ,
trip at a auxiente cet. TLey, tr : Hull \\iring Specialty.DealfTin :
whether dent non-reaideat. -e a I
apt Jy, re.[ or
! eve,advHe eytlirt to take: their .be>lswith Cora r:' W3oox arrived froruParui : It u the intention of this office to en- We have just received our new rtoek of

i tbeso if they wiib to "do" Palm Ky, tact week! aid UMn aeeieh g :flrtt.lm Etnctly' aid I therefore : F.l.r'trical Supplies of All Kmd; fixtures Slia'lr s. : j .1 Trunks, Pn, Suit Ca"t'S Bags. Teleat Trunk

Beach and IlockWje: properly.Mrt. } Wilcox: in the care of L:rMtM Lw.hand. i tarn all who violate them that orders pw. Stra cis! Km
I : No Orange DAYTONA H.-\ :
I I..amp" avenue
I
have teen issued all lice oJLcers:
to to
Mar jente ir'tman arrived ie I Tags and
; PLtlphc of SpriLiCf Ma+, ; Shawl Strips.V .
1 Saturday from L .!U*, where: std ban I 1 ta-iv the arrest of such person*, and I ............................................. N..NN :
Sa-t : | citizen or j911rt.lr wboobnea tat.-
I request any w-mpared<< our trunks etc. with
l I brine ftrrivtd Mcmday and Lu taken tm, attendsg the Prl1byllT'.r. (1- I ".* such violation to report the aLto ................ ................................... ; otter makes and we fisd oar
rwma with Mn. J. B. Abercrvmbie. l ge. 1 tbw oSj':* or to the city manLaJ. .1 line b tb* best we can get for the money: t which they are IiOkI. We
: '. K SEA MA>. Mar',rI WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING guar-
lit The CUreodbti bat taken the Ideal Mr. Wray of the Pin:hunst, ba rented : ante. our prices to U the lowest in
, I the city for similar
goods
Cottage for the of tU acdLu the Owen' totCI u e a? MIne" f'rt.la II I -
H mt *::*K.O,
t +j Sheriffs Sale. : getting a Galvanized Iron Tank a new Tin floof; a ]Hot Air Fornacf. :
located tiU2.bT oftherein. ita guest, hotel.Buster I

TLc Mayneid I L, .'p': rooming -- ----- i, I'zc>r and by \irtueof! an execution 'I.. or any of the other metal n.t--tie> re ,uirei tl< 'mplet a mo .
issued out of the Circuit C'"urc.' the .
a number cf its guettl. Brow and V bit Horida.W Seventh Judicial Circuit ',f Honda ia ;,

,. Mr. and JIlL PbOhps. friends of Mr. Tige and for Voluj.a County in a cause 'I i ) ?, rernembtr that .: .... .. ... . .. .... .... ... ... .... ... ..**.M

aad Ifn. C. A. Cue who carte south (team that Hotter Brown and therein ptndingterein: : The Merchant's I ................
I with the Cleveland Cray are expected Tij, repreeenting the brown Shoe Co., Importing Company a corporation existing i : ..................................
i und and virtue of the laws : C. NASH d SON ,
' In Seabreeze of fit: Louis, will visit Honda prate !. r by I I
"k li Thursday. of Illinois: is plaintiff, and L. (;. WiUa- j : Have your pictures framed
!. f Madams Taylor and Caldtn, of this month, giving r! ":ptioni for the UUJf: is defendant. I have levied'upon ; DAYTONA TLA. at Lesesnes. The most

tfalu.ter of the Glenwood,have benefit: of mtrlh&Lta handling Buster and 1I'illJfU at public outcry at tbe
j ? r guest : complete plant in the j
I roonj at the Abercromb; home Drown Blue I'.ibbon; tho s and: otter the front door of; the court hou-e: in Lieland i are ,beet prepared to give prompt and 1 reliable service at fair pri.... i city. Large line] of mouldings;,

,'i 54 Mr. dln. K. K. noel Star Fi>e Star tp.;ialties, and will \be' m Floridaoon the first Monday in .
t Thompson .April A. D, 1SKK being the ,th day of General !"hop' on Voluia Avenutntit to tLennrjry.. ; : See Lesesne
repair
Daytona March 1 tL. The enf-rtam at "THE .
t daughter Ardath of Richmond; I&d. the said month during the J legal hoursof !' KODAK PLACE"

ip t wko bare been spending part of the went will be' gives at the Armory under eat!, to the highest and best bidder i bane CS. Uut of town work 81 cired. i : .,

winter in Cuba and Miami armed last the aufruces of the Pea k-Hendricke Co. for cub, the following described! real : Reach ,
t I week The receptions Late been pronounf-d estate to-wit;-Lot J. Block .il. Daytona ..............HNN.........................ASH j Street 2 door North of 3rd Arena _; !
aid have taken ...tIf dieHr"lm"
i I> Volusia County, Florida The! -- -- -- --- - .......... \1
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cottage on 1'alky.tred very aUrar>ti\eentertainai-oteat many property levied upon as the property of ....N.. *......*..............**........**......+--..-.. ..........................................

it Mr. and )Ir.. Wallace! Olds who have point, baring an attendance! 'A :.Wi the defendant, L. G. \\ illifcurne.J. >!!!

f been visiting the former's for people! or more All the hoy* and girteand K. TUKXI.K.: : TWO BARGAINS I
1 parents .
Sheriff of Volusia County Honda.Jint ': 'J
- M'YrraJeek.. put, leave Thursday for grown u;* tboUd catch for th: *.
-- ----- -- --
P their home in WI :C. )liel,. A trip date wt':ii JJutttr and Tige will l l> antbir .. -- -- -- : Oa SiT i Room Hou- th double morel, Dtnc Lights, TrU-pLcc Norman S.
luL..t.2'J last Marsh 2"1.
r to Miami In the "Reo Pastime'! -as a vicinity .Notke.; puts. j' Kf, corner lot, 95 feet on Kidgmood by 2V) fet. Good fmc*. Large Dayton

JoJeuf Incident of their vUlt.Mrs. --- ---- grape vine, a number '.f r*afh trw S goo .' Notice is hereby given that the '
:Lost Between i the Ridjcwood *
S(. : .
O. Dovell and 1 some onI -
daughter,
31 st day of March A. D.. llKls! tL: undenlgned :
Mildred, of Orlando, are relatives and and R. R. station a lady's gold guardian of AnnaUl McCIel-: I : OLe rhe H'JlJm Crtb.Itm tory uilJir'&J; lot Jf.JhJO: ; feet, sttuaj i Plans Estimates

(utsts of Mn. Fletctftr Wilson, on Fine- watch on fob. Return to The lan. and Ifcarst ilcClellan, minors!, will j, : \ \ '>n Mulberry ?tre-t. A cozy little {..-,nj -. : I

wood avenue. Ridge wood and receive reward. :County apply to the Jude Honorable of; Volusia! J. Lee McCroy County; : TL", places are in Kingston, just ii rth f'f 1.,1":1 ('..,...l (jra.ctt'd) I j ..

| : S;*heroic \ Church and Postoffir radar by :
Florida for
: an order; to cell an undivided i Superintendence
i two-thirds inter"\t in the following !I. Call: f n or _rite : 1
Daytona 5 Itev.C. 11PSTSCBS
Dr.uh.1Iartb Return of tbe Favorite i 1 ,
lot, of land
or
piece parcel lying and
preached mat acceptably to a the Volusia : H. T. MCCLEL LAN f Lumber Yard !
being in county of and Stateof 1fagnolia
A. G. AI1 n'. Minstrel 1 it.lw.I' A"eOU8 add
Dig
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: F.
E. c. Laura:
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large congregation at the M. I:. church Florida, and des ril>e I Sunday morning.: l His text was "I am which has befit here before and La ale wit Commencing at a point on Ridges : Kingston or Daytona Florida. !i offict", ht door south of poetoflict" 1''. I1. El). "'"".
1 not I' ways given general catifact'cn II! cite wood &,'enue. 445 feet north of (ain.tr.t. MONDS0\. Manager

, 1 Christ"ashamed The of choir the music Go.pel WM good of Jesus and \ertls to appear in Daytona, Marrh running with thence! east on a line at ....4..........NN....NNN...N....NN..........: and residenre. Daytone Fla. Phones at office'? yard ti.;
angles
a onf solo, -Fare to Face." by E. K. llth. The company u laid to include right. fetLj thence north Hidgewood j-> feet; avenue thence : TftTtfTT-tTTTTTTT'T...TITtTtftlli............. Ij I

Thompson with Mia Graves, pianist of I all the old favorites, and has been augtwnted west 2.0 feet to Kidgewood avenue; I j A RARE BARGAIN tI,

f! the Colonnades orcheetra. accompany. considerably in point cf niecaJberi. thence: south along Kidgewood avenue I :-t- I I qrhii"i""m.W"Niwf"rfftn"'Wii.W."WitWftV .

, U|. was finely rendered and much en 1 Many new features have been 9.i feet lo tile place of beginning, in A t1rQ-t.ry Louse. two rooms 1 beluw and. two a''e.' Double I W."W. 'i"imm'
what is known the I onus on
joyed. Rev. Parsons, astUted by Rev. f added and the performance is laid to be Le.tJ.JArt of block at s" As.Kingston e6.or's tract fap mfr front.etrand Lot IOQx1100feet of 1\,00. A, fronting number c.f on fruit river: tree pine, timber enough for 2Of) or

of I t fully up to and even Letter: than the of Kingston U. T. M.CLLI.LAX started; orange peach plum .II Miller=Strohm
Ruttcr win .
Daytona ,
begin a een* I persimmons. fig, mulberry!: and grape "mes. Good barn. flowing well I. CO.
cf meetings. Monday evening,March %th. high standard of excellence set by them 'Juardian. en yard, door yard and patch. All well fenced Call or 1rrite' ct.ick-
This February :29. I!O'rITZfjERALIJ '. I
when here last The
t Illinois Day, observed last Saturday I season. seating arrangements 1 ; k OATLri, : M.!-?.-_BLITCH._ Hoiir Hill. ) Florid I J

J.' at A. 8. Harroun'a Beach House, was s of the tent bare been rearranged AtU,>rneys for Guardian. -- -- __ .-... .._.- ...NN........ I UCCes8ors to

t t,. .ple did success in every way, much of I and every care has been taktn ..R" " ,.****** *.****.....**-... PECK & ".
a' which success: wes due to the energetic I I of the comfort and convenience of the Pkillip E. R.r>lBM.. Arehitvct. ill ***...Mj .. .1 FOSTER.

': t!' movement given it by Mrs. A. S. liar.f patrons, so that they can enjoy a first- t National" EldV Cabinet and Repair
class minstrel ., annah. Ga. Shop jj
f i rova. There wu aa abundance of everything performance under canvas -. Winter Honuifla Family Groccrl*> -
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t and hot coffee Admission 25 and 50 rents. x'11' d, ,, .' Florid*. Furniture Repairing Mattresses r
good to eat, was '" Bungalow. Repaired and made to order W t

''1 served to those who Indulged. Speeches \.... Tropical Pu.. If OUrl.Gar i ill handle the celebrated Ostermoor Mattress and solicit your e 2 I ... s Gram rant1,
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Jat.r perad with vocal end Instrumental For Bale-20 acres choice hammock Genu J order for first-class work. Orange ave. ent Peck bite .... y

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-- AUTOMOBILE RACES mond from the Clarendon garage, bring -

f I Local Paragraphs. : CLOSE WITH A ing two of the men who had been working BOAT RACES I _j SI rove LOW TIDES OD the BEACH

until that hour getting the Christie

I......I...i1.Nu.I.I...N: BLAZE OF GLORY. 50 h. p. car ready for the raw Friday. ON HALIFAX. < That All. Important Bathroom i5 1 aMS Dq: FE& nARQI APRIL

fWe have one of the most complete (Continued from First Page) Tide was nearly ebb and a heavy fog + yj 1n..ui

.. workshops on the East Coast. No job last. At the first turn all three cars hid objects ou the beach. The driver KKK You have often heard people remark, "If I Rea1 ...12:45: ...12:25... 1:35
running close struckthe ... 2.130._ .. ..
to the IJ2. 2:15.
too large or too small for us to do. Fine' were in a bunch in the same order and old wreck that had water been line Two Days' Interesting Racing at were ever to build I would plan my bathroomfirst I .. 3-. ... 2:15: _- 1:58._. ._ 300.: _

watch repairing our specialty. All the contest began to look like a sure portion of the beach on that I Dayton*.-Fast Tim Made and would not put all into the parlor with all 4. 3:10.. 2:43... 3:40: :
and my money
foods engraved free. enough race. The Fiat was leading at years years. I 5.. 3:55_ 3:27 4:20._ !
L. H. ROWE A CO. The Jewelers.Mrs. the 20 mile post covering the distancein The magneto broke and the car was out by Fast Boats. I its finery. ,.. 6.. 4:45... ._ 4:11.. ... 5:10._
commission. An unsuccessful effort -- 7... 5:31: .. 4:55: 6:00.: _
W. P. Langworthy left Thursday 16 minutes and 17 seconds and com- made to get it beyond the reach of was The first day of the annual regatta, That's good common sense sentiment, for the bathroom is the 8.. 6:10.. 5:4L ... 6:55_.
Eustis for a few day's visit with pleted the first lap, 25 miles in 20 min. the under the auspices of the Halifax Ri..rYacbt .. g... 7:09... ._ 630... 755.. ..
for and 41 seconds, going waves and the incoming tide swept over Club wit.hthe i most important of all ..10._ 8:10.. 7:30... ._ 855.. _
approximately 75 opened here Thursday I
friends. it. No one was hurt in the accident. I the household. It's I _II.. 9:138:30_ 9:51.. I
miles
per hour. The Benz car hit up a running off of the two five-mile I i I II ...12- ...10:10... 930._ ...10:43._ .i
Tbree launches for ul -. Inquire of hot race covering the first 25 miles in FRIDAY. events, in which a total of fifteen boats I i die Mecca of cleanliness _13.. ...11:00.: .. .1020._ _.H:2a..14..11:43..11:10..11:50.- -1
W. A. Barker. Ormond. tiCal. 22:54. Krisey's Christie The windup of the automobile meet I ? '1 S
had trouble competed seven racing in the first and y ,health and refinement -
took place yesterday afternoon with I, I _15.12: _11:50... ...12:30": .
soon after the :
B. Parkinson has been start and in the
J. seriously in the eight second.
greater three interesting events. The and nowadays i ...16... 1:00.: .. ...12:25.. 105._
ill the past week but is now somewhat part of the first lap was running poorly. one-mile first wasa The course laid out beforetbe home of homes are judged ...17.. ._ 1:33... 1:01.: .. 1:45._
improved._ The Fiat's half hundred miles was donein race between Cedrino in the the Halifax River Yacht Club is an ideal J.v) many I ..18.?. ... 2:01.: 1:97.225.... j jI

trine beach and avenue lots for sale 4137, two minutes behind the Fiat Cyclone and Bernin in the 60 h. p. one, and the banks of the river and I by their bathrooms. I _19... ... 2:45... ... 2:15.: .. ... 3:00.: _
Renault .. .. .
with
world's record. a rolling start. The sec the .20.? 3:15.: 2:49. 3:4.5
near Country clubhouse. H. L. K., ond event was the trials time bridges stretching across it were We would like to I .21.. 3:55.: .. 325.- 4:37: .
Seabreeze. if Between the 70 and 75 mile marks for against crowded with people. Handicap events, I' : ...22... .. 435..407.: .. 5:40._
the Fiat broke one mile with a two-mile running based help you plan your .. ... .. .
a rocker arm and was on American Power Boat Association I .23.. 5:25 4:55.: .. 635. .
Mrs. Charles Hopkins of Chicago was obliged to limp back to the grandstand start. This had four entries, the same I rules were run. 1I I bathroom: and believe I ...24... 6:05.: .. .., 5:5J.. ... 7:43_
the guest of Mrs. W. E. BlodgHt Sunday and Renault and Fiat the 60 h. p. Christie, ...25... ... :08.: .. ... 6:ro... 850..
quit. This : The first C. A. that could
the Benz th/ event
gave lead, with Kelsey was won by we surprise I .?26.820.: ... ?. 8:00.: .. ... 950.
And Monday. the latter running about 25 miles aheadof driving, and Befgdoll'sBenz. I Steele's 8-horse power No Name. The you by putting in a ..27... 9:28- ...'9JO... ...10:45.: _

Rev. W. A. Robinson of Cincinnati Kelsey's Christie. The fats time The final burst was the 100- I trim little boat covering the distance in I II _28... _10:32... ...10:13... _11:36...
for 75 miles 70 minutes mile match race for $1,000 side bet be- 22:54. I bathroom for you at a ..29... ...11:30.. ...11:10... ?..12:22: .
will preach at the M. E. Church. tomor- was 5 seconds; .. .. .. ......... .. .
tween the Fiat driven by S B. Stevens I much less cost than ; 30. .12:00.: ? .. :05.: _
row at 11:00 a. m. the Benz did this distance in 67:49. and the Renault. R. I Second place was captured by E. T.Conrad's you ...31... ........- ..1249... ...,...-_ j
Bergdoll with the Benz car won the G. Kelseyalso Ilyrc, the boat finishing less : ; might expect and at the .

*Lost-Small Cuban purse containingbills race in 113.30 2-5 breaking his record of drove In this race, not in competitionwith than two minutes behind the No Name same time do it better than you anticipated it could be done for even Forenoon and afternoon tides are approximately -
and gold coin. Return to W. C. Tuesday. the other two, but merely an at- and covering the course in 25:32.: at the same hour. Automobiles ;
Asst. P. M. for reward.Dr. I. more money. can be driven on the beach two '
Smith, THURSDAY. tempt to lower Bergdoll's stock car
The second event also for five miles, hours after high tide and within two

and Mrs. W. P. Langworthy and One more world record fell Thursday record made with" the Benz car. was won by George Dewey's Red Bird, i We have a booUet .. Modern Home Plumbing" which will hours of high tide.MASONIC .

their guest Miss Virginia Thomas re- ; once again a car flying over the world's Cedrino record, in the Fiat, has broken the the boat covering the distance in 2336.: 1 j show you how to arrange your bathroom kitchen and laundry DIRECTORY.
of
turned Friday of lASt week' from a tripto sands of Ormon Daytona Beach set one mile, making it in Second place went to F. Dittmans
35 seconds in speed trials putting in I i plumbing with 'jStaftfanT Baths and one piece Lavatories the best HALIFAX LOOO N.. II. T. 4 A. U-
Havana. new figures in the wild and maddeningrace Halifax, which chased over the course Meet.1st and 3rd Tbnrtday
the shade Chevrolet's plumbing equipment in the world. Call: write for
or
record of 40 45 phone a
with time and the matchless beach in 28:48.: HALIFAX CHArTER, wo. I, R. A. si.-
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Taylor, of Pitts- seconds Meets foci Thursday.ORIENTALCOMIANDERY.No.
made in Darracq car in 1906. copy. It is f free.
holds evtry-record from the kilometer Commodore J. H. Allen's swift pretty "
burg, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. The 9K.T:
best
next time
was by the Re-
to 300 miles.Emanuel little racer Secret, which made such a i Meets 4th Thursday.
James W. Shields. Mrs. Taylor is the Cedrino nault car in 391.5. R. G. Kelsey did a at the St. JOE OSBORNE The Plumber. I.IVEOAK CHAPTER No. (, O. E. 8.-
pretty run Augustine regatta,
and the Fiat carriedltaly's .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shields. Meets :2nd! and 4th Tueaday
mile in the Christie! car in 42 4-5. break-
to have started from the scratch in
flag to this proud position at wan All meet In Masonic Hall Orange anlaue.
The cotillion Tuesday evening for the the front of the ranks of the speed Ing all stock car records for one mile. earh event, giving the other boats big

benefit cf the Guild of St. Marys, wasa kings. 300 miles in 3:53:44: is their Yesterday a new record was wreathed handicaps. -- P. B. DOBBINS, iSSSL

very pleasant affair, about "twenty- time, driven at the rate of 77.7 miles an above the old World record for 100 Before more than a mile of the course General repairing key fitting, saw fil-

fiye couples being in attendance. hour.It miles and a French car, flying the had been covered however, the water ing. Trunks valises, umbrellas and '

French flag, driven by a French driver valve of the Secret stuck, and put this parasols repaired and recovered. Lawnmowers
was early in the afternoon when
The beauty of the thing is! we can wrested from England and Walter Clif- BU OWN YOU KNOWWh'I repaired and sharpened, Badges
the racer out of the running, though a determined
chase began. When it ended the antiofficial "
cut, fit and make your clothes right herein ford Earp the highest honors. Checks and tags. Rubber sUmps
k
sun had set.Shooting. effort was made to get i it going seals. 228 South Beach Street, ,
O. S. Burnett. Tailor.
Daytona. from the starting line when 11. G. Bernin it was who drove the again. The same trouble which is only BLUE Enough I Daytona, Flo.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Koch of Minneapolis the signal was given were the Fiat with sixty horsepower Renault 100 miles in temporary, kept the boat, which was 0RIBBON. ;; You Want .t.Bamboo ..

Mrs.Asa 1 hour, 12 minutes, 56 1-5 seconds. the real center of interest for the
are the guests of Mr. and Cedrino at the wheel the 130 h. p. regatta .e

Paine. Mr. Koch is an extensive Christie with Blakeley up, the 60 h. p Those are the new world figures writtenabove out of the second running.The When it Comes to Buying f
the 1 hour 15 40 2-5
brick manufacturer of the Flour City.Welch's Renault flying the Fleur de Lis of minutes second day was marked by the

France with M. G. Bernin at the wheel seconds, carved out by Earp in 1906. running off of the events one for five N I II ,
{ Grape Juice in any quan- The SHOESFOR
summary of yesterday's events is
and for ten miles.
and the 50 h. p. Christie with R. fl. one
tity at Young's Pharmacy.Mr. Kelsey driving. The Fiat was in the as follows: Nine boats started in the shorter race, roR FurnitureIs S

and Mrs. Parker Harding, of lead. Close behind it was the Renault 100-inile matrh rare, won by M. G. with F. Dittman's Halifax, the limit BOYS

Minneapolis, have been attending the the two Christies following with the Bernin, 60 h. p. French car; time 1 hour boat. The boat was never headed), fin-

races this week. Mr. Harding is prominent smaller one leading form instant and 12 minutes 56 1-5 seconds. ishing first, with Ed. Steven' White AND GIRLS.You

in Minneapolis automobile circles then the big oue shooting out into the Second, Stevens in 60 h. I'. Italian Streak taking second place. The boats nice and attractive
car time 1 hour 23 minutes 59 seconds
,
;
Dr. Houghton, dentist, west end of lead over all. Back it shot until justwithin were well bunched at the finish, though
Intermediate times, 24 miles: Bernin want Shoe that looks
times somewhat low. o
South Bridge, Peck Block, phone 32. tf view of the spectators and thenit were GJ for partof the
17:42 Stevens 20:40 3ft miles Bernin any
stopped. Past it the Renault shot, ; : ; : The second event for ten miles was well and is comfortable but

Cole Danley, of Jacksonville the gathering headway as it came. Just 26:37: ; Stevens 29:33: 4-5; :a miles: as prettily contested a race as one ( at the same time you want

hustling Florida Passenger Agent of the 15:59: after it had left the tap was bark Betlin.oil ::02; Stevens, 44:02; f,S miles: could wish to see, even though times t a Shoe that will wear. No house. New stock at

N. C. & St. L. Ry., combined business again with 20 miles eaten Three Heroin 49:50: ; Stevens, 62:34: ; S8 miles: were indifferent. First and second place shoes for boys and girls! in

with pleasure by via iting Daytona during minutes later in 1S:5S: Kelsey up. shot Bernin 64:10: ; Stevens, 75:02: ; finish went to the same boats, respectively, as all the world are so widely

the races. Benrin 72:50: 1-5; Stevens 8351. in the five mile event though four or known or so widely worn as
by and iVss than a minute behind o Co.
Mile event, rolling& start: won l I.y Bingham Maley
What is Lily Water Call at the him came the Fiat, its 20 miles coveredin fin other contestants were very dose,
Cedrino, (t'b0 h. Italian car time: rUSTER
p. ;
the winners hard for first
Electric Light Plant. 19 minutes, 36 seconds. giving a race BLVf
46 1-5 seconds.
Twelve miles had been covered place. ,
Remember that the last of the Silver more Mile record trials: Cedrino 35 seconds; Commodore Allen's Secret in JJOP
when the cars came back. Still the splendid BO FURNITURE UNDERTAKING
Teas will be given by the ladies of the Renault led. Cedrino had moved to Bernin 30 1-5 seconds. running trim again started as the VROWN IlIl I

Church on Tuesday, March 17, up Parker in German car, stock chassis
Baptist -
scratch boat in the five-mile
event giving -
second place now, passing the Christie, FOR, GIRLS JHJ FOR, BOYS
both afternoon and evening. A cordial 45 3-5; Kelsey, in American ear, stock the smaller boats as much as IS and
and covered his first lap in 29:16. On Neville R
Invitation is extended to everbody. had chassis, 42 ..-.'i secends. 20 minutes handicap for the five miles. For sale by
that 12 mile stretch the Renault arkl
Thus closed the Sixth Annual Auto- Then when the which freed it
For Sale-Two good gasoline lamps signal
rival.
gained just two seconds on its red
with mantles, one double and one single Kelsey two minutes later, shot over the mobile Tournament on the Ormond- was given, it shot!' out, whirled over the THE PECK-HENDRICKS COMPANY.OrderThatSpringSuitNow. OPTICIAN.Eyes

burner, $7.50 for both; one boy's bicycle line, in 31:15. ,, Daytona Beach. course and passed boat after boat, coming =

$.'}00. Enquire Dr. J. P. Each Peninsula Then when the ears came back again: The much-talked-of and writtenaboutroad well up to the limit boat, when it 1

Drive, Daytona Beach phone 207.Monday with 52 miles covered the Fiat was run from Jacksonville to Miami will turned from the course and dropped out r. 1II
I II l
start Monday morning and the seven of the rare. The engine, installed only 1 II \J
neat Mr. and Mrs. Asa Paine, leading, with 44 minutes. 35 seconds cars which baH edtered will probably r
few weeks and for the first I
a run
ago -
taken Just 21 seconds more and I from our custom tailoring depart :
Mrs. Peter Seims Mr. and Mrs. up. ,
Mr.
and
,
pass through Haytona Wednesday morn time at. the St. Augustine was
regatta
Thos. II. White and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. the French car shot by. Kelsey and ing. c A number of cars will go from hereto I beginning.:: to get a bit heated, the bearings ment. Then you can have it made It ItI Examined Free.
52 miles in
his Christie the .
TUodgett expect to take an automobiletrip completed Ormond and escort this racers down. not being worn down and the engine just the way you want It-from i

to Orlando and other interior 50 minutes, 13 seconds.At -- not yet having been run enough to | '"a'"I-TiM- cloth of your own selection and a I: At Clark's Jewelry Store.PINE .
64 miles Cedrino had increased hid .I!
points.Three. *For Sale 1007 model Hen runabout it in trim.
get raring of chooainft.
; style design your own
lead covering the distance in 54:14: ,with I h== -nmm==-
automobiles for sale cheap. the Renault taking 55:52 for the same with folding rear beat in first class Commodore Allen, who was at the I r r

shape. Will sell at an attractive figure. wheel, elected not to push the boat,
Enquire of McCoy.Bros. Kelsey had wed 1:1:.5S. At 84 miles, preferring We can furnish you for$25 to $40 WOOD S
Enqure (:l'O. K. Crouch, Gazette-News: to save it for the Palm Beach I i
After a pleasant visit with Mr. and Cedrino was way in the lead coveringthe oflu-e. I the best tallored-to-measure suit

Mrs. Geo. F. Smith, Mrs. Claude Smith distance in 69:30, while the Renault regatta. youeverwore-.hapestylework*
a l.
left last Sunday for St. Augustine finished the same distance in 75:40. --- -- ; ; manship and quality unsurpassed FOR SALE
tMeet me at Curtis' ee their u '.
the line in 83:24.Then .
where she will visit until tomorrow and Kelsey shot over : SNEAK THIEVES Individ
because made to fit your
fine line of Morse's chocolate.
home at Birmingham getting the signal that he was
then depart for her p
I I ual form by Ed. V. Price & Co.,
300-mile record Cedrino ; Strand
Alabama. to try for the $2 and $2.50 a
ripped that chugging motor wide open, i MAKE HAULS. Death of Allen Trowell. I the '* House of Over a Thou-
done at
First class upholstering turned his down the long stretch ata : 3 sand Tailors.
Hobbs, Orange avenue entrance to Peck car 11 71 11 Allen Trowell, who has been ill with delivered, from Hutchin-
clip of eighty miles an hour, and likea tuberculosis at the home of J. B Case I, .

Block. flash of red lightning& it darted. Thursday evening sneak thieves entered of Port Orange, died Monday afternoon.I Their beautiful line of 50O fabrics son's Wood Yard, west of

Mrs. J. L. Wright, who has been ill straight as an arrow, up and down the the home of James N. Gamble at i shown
The body was! laid to rest in the Port for Spring and Summer-
for some time with nervous prostration, the course, back and forth before the I Daytona Beach and robbed the houseof Orange cemetery Wednesday morning. I i, here exclusively by'us-offers an railroad on Magnolia; aven-

left Friday afternoon of last week for stands. One hundred miles were completed money and jewelry, approximatingin Mr. Trowell leaves to mourn his demise I! for selection and I ue.

Akron, Ohio, occompanied by her in 81:39 2-5. value about $1,000. a widow father and several brothers I admirable range ,

daughter, Mrs. Perry E. Tanner. Mrs. 244 miles were made in 192:41. 250; The same evening, probably the same He was a young man, highly respected i their original fashion plate suggest I I Hutchinson & Brittle.

Tanner came down from Akron for the miles (the finish of the race, which had ,I thieves, rifled four rooms at The Clar- by all who knew him. A number of many novel ideas for the benefit ,I

purpose of taking her mother north. been cut down from 288 as first an- .I endon and carried away approximately Elks and Odd Fellows, of which ordershe i of particular dressers. ITsT BURNETT f
nounced and Cedrino covering it in.. $11,000 worth of money, diamonds and ,
.If stove don't work ) was a member, attended the funeral. ;,
your gasolene 201:27 3-5, was the winner of the event, :I jew elry. One lady, a guest of the hotel, Come in early-before everybodyelse I
card to W. G. Hobbs Box
right drop a
and was driving at a clip far ahead of lost diamonds to the value i>f $7,600. j r Tailor.
82, he will send a man to fix it. the old record. Cedrino finished his'I,i There is no clue.Iun't Hankius, the Druggist! is local agent i; I. dressed up-and see fabrics I

Indiana Day will be celebrated at 300 miles in 3:53:41.Computations: : --- -- for Bowden I.itliia Water in any i No. 4404L 4398K. 4368J. |Orders Taken for Royal Tailoring

Daytona Beach, Wednesday, March were quickly made,and quantity. __ '"'. ... .. ,.... .* 43201 4278 BH and style de I! Cleaning, Pressing, Altering; and

llth, at the M E. Parsonage. A musical then came the announcement that he I I and be fooled cheap by buying John clothes readymadea I .. ,!..i..air*,i...autiT. signs 485 493 and 491. Then | Repairing for Ladiep and Qen- F
ordering
and : tA good horse, wagon and rart for I BL Petwa ...M.r.aaal 1
program has been arranged standard distance at a r ::' tell to take measure. tlernen. We call for and I
had covered the from Chicago, New York and Cincinnati sale cheap. Enquire: ) of Mrs.I Hasty. .u.; cat..$. us your
speeches will be made by prominent clip of 77.7 miles an hour and that the I'I when you can have them cut fit Ponce Park, Fla. tf 1: ANTHONY BROTHERS deliver all goods.

Hoosiers. AU residents, or former residents Xaxarro record in France and over the I and made to jour measure! right here in II Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. 1
of Indiana are invited. Bring had been Manager Geo. F Crouch has been I
lunches. Grand Prix course of France I Daytona. O. S. Burnett, Tailor. ) hand since ..................................1...... ............ Phone No. 32.
hour nuriing an injured Thursdaylast -
-
broken by almost seven miles an I -

We will secure for you bottom prices Then Cedrino's record drive finished I when he had the misfortune to I : HALIFAX : I

.on lumber and other building materials.No the crowd remembered that the Renault. H. H. THORP crushed have the second in one finger of the of Gazette-News that member : LIVERY AND TRANSFER CO. :. I!

one receives grafts on your purchase and the Christie were still fighting it out .

Norman S. Dayton Daytona. tf for second place in the 2.// -mile race : BADLY INJURED. presses. : JAMES RIX, Manager. :
.
and here was the prettiest fight that Bakery goo)Is, strictly homemade) : ''arrlagrs Hirrey*, Pbaetom, Top,.l\UIK.: :
A. G. Allen the veteran Minstrel andltubherTtreltunalout .
marked the tournament. At fresh every day at Mac's Cafe. tf
had Z .
yet '
manager, who is the founder of the New i KKR raisers iwtalllralns.! llaggagfJfaulPd
180 miles the Renault was easily heading Prtatwhiplnl'onnretlon. :
of The Cleveland Grays tendered a complimentary Carriage
Orleans Minstrels, and also originator the Christie, Kelsey's time being This morning about ten o'clock as II, : Phone 12ii.

other ideas of presenting minstrels When the cars came back II. Thorp was turning his automobile on dinner to the former com- i........................ ......... .................. :
176:59: mander Major A. B. Foster on tneirprivate
under canvas, was in the city in chargeof again, the Christie was in the lead, finishing I the South Bridge the machine backed dining car Thursday evening.
a staff of agents, who are advertisingthe and the Renault thr"ugh the railing and turned bottom
192.miles in 1SS:3: : The menus were dedicated to their late. : An Iron that} irons. A huury to
famous
popular-
appearance of his the lap in 197:49.At : ; side up o the river, with Mr. Thorp 1
completing I contained :
commander and photograph
priced minstrel company for this place, 224 miles it was only five minutes under it. Bystanders took hi /from of )lr. Foster. Norman S. DaytonREAL women.

. Wednesday, March 11. behind. It covered the next 20 milesin the wa'.er as soon as possible. It this i Save"V: ) per cent of time and "."

Dr. Addison O'Neill, Osteopath. 15:5: and when the 244-mile mark I I time it is impossible to determine his 'Hankins, the Druggist, is local agent: I I per cent of fuel.
220 but injuries but it is said that he sustained for Bowden I.ithia Water in any
Second season in Daytona. Office was passed, the Christie lead it by I I I, ESTATE.Care 1 Ask yonr neighbor or
Volusia avenue near railroad station. the last stretchof severe internal injuries and a brokenarm. quantity. .
It
was 1 H.
minutes.
three I' ; j t\V. EDilONDSON.
Treatments at residences or hotels I
if desired. given tf the race with but 12 miles to go. lion. E. W. Bond of Lake lI.elt'n. is I

Out from under the bridge shot the in Daytona today. Mr. Bond will be a I of piojwrty. 1st door south of po toffice. W. II. ElMO .
As a demonstration of what the Path- :, fTnere are no oranges equal 1 to those before the I '
behind. candidate for tee legislature THE FINESTBATHS
with the Renault close DSON Fla. Plans Estimates and
automobile by its Christie the Peninsula at Ormond. I Manager, Daytona, !,
finding accomplished on .
trip from Jacksonville to ] Miami I. Geo. But the Christie lead proved too much the Come grown and sample our fruit and make coming! primaries.Meet {, Superintendence. Lumber yard. Magnolia[ Avenue andF.

E. Sebring Is in receipt of ji letter from I and the Renault hurled itself across seconds I your selection. At Englewood Grove (" me at Curtis' and lee their E. C. Railway. Phones at office, yard and residence.Company. ,
., of the Fort finish line of 256 miles just 12 of Hotel Ormond.E. fine line of Morse's chocolate. j t :
north t
Arthur B. Brown, editor j KelSey's time for. one mile ON EARTHi
Pierce News thi two gentlemen -I behind Christie's car. W. Amsden. John V. Colclough arrived from New" | ---- -- -- --- -- -- '
stating Bernin : FOR MEN: AND WOMEN 25c'lLILY
have removed about 100 stumps, ; the 256 miles was 4:00:26: and 40638. York last night and is the guest cf Ben-' . . . . I i
covered it in : wanting a I
: and bis Renault For Sale. Any one
which were in the road between Fort ford Dearon. WATER
I Christie with Blakeiy at the. good winter residence facing Hal- IcePURE
The
*. Pierce north. and Vero, a station fifteen miles wheel,big blew out a cylinder head befora ifax river high ground will geta jTelephone operator wanted. Apply' Daytona r, Tb. B..t Water I.,T.W.e.. J

the first 20 miles of the race had been bargain by addressing A. B., at exchange or H. C Thompson. I ICE ELECTRIC LIGHT //

,; Mr. Clark of Clark & Watton, has completed and was out of the going Gazette-News. Go to Young's Pharmacy for mineral : '
: connected bis business with a wholesale i f PLANT
i fish house-Montgomery A Co.. of Oak early.At. and hard wood delivered water of all kinds. i Made from Distilled Water. ,"

- Bill which will enable him to supply two o'clock Thursday morning the Pine Fred Kingston} 'Turkey dinner * aU demands at all times Thanking his Cleveland Pathfinder, owned by James I promptly. Drop card to Sot The Hard: tf I'i . . .

|.._ customers for their past patronage he 2t L&ugklia, 3rd, was going toward Or-I Kingston P. 0. tf
hopw to stilt their futurepatronage.
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FOR SHERIFF too aad its Wecaa's Qsb wSLare
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;e :* let me ay,as a efcb jv are a
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: ar.rI.rfAt for( r..-*1 /-tKlQ to U* office of QSI.NTI1tSAiLLaaM.
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I ff-rt t.vt. I shall roarer, a.! in the ; 4p .I TIiE'I'1t a.1 eta. Carl.r ota..l.brsNl.a
' I pest, to di.Mtsrgb the duti of th. J.D. RAH.NER: AuUtut Qemml Put. A'T & EP."
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'in 11 J. LEE M.rRORl ,,1
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FOR MEMBER BOtRD. OFEDLC4TIOX. 1


, F i I trtbr announce: mys U a candidate I 4
II IIfr.r
rr-election l u a member of th |
L
; K County Board of EduraUoo, subject to A
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the action: of the Democratic PnnAry to

: beheld May 19, 19Q'. and. if elected Sri 1 1'i* __
I s i l endeavor to dis Larg* the dulls ',f de I Ioff' I Ex
t I : to th* bst of my aF.Iity.GEO. .

t ; ; : F CROLCH.51PERUSOR PREP

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r OF REGI3TR\TIOV. si
' i To !n"'JCraticvc.tI"nof'olusiaQuntJ'(
t i I am s candidate for r lectKio to the i i r i

I office of 2up rv uor r ask your support pledging I myself to
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the faithful and impartial d chi;* of'th t 1T ?

: ; : : .I.II I < rf'Jtif"5' i s of the JOHN office.Htpectfully>3< R.V\ETHFRFLL.l\.ours. i, WMi F 1 IDo ze r ;


I S
o
r nsiFArtt ltl FOR
ron TAX \SSESaOR.

i I hereby; announce mysell as a eaa di-'r t 0

I dais for the position of Tax ,Assessor of ,
' I oliuia County, in the Democratic Fn-
mane!, to L*- held on May 19tn. I bare
ten a consistent democrat all life'f
l' my CHAS.
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f In f and if honored by the democratic n I' BLUhCOh'PANY
of Volusia
County with the nomination AGE\C1" PABST
]) ; ) 1 I promise to devote all my time to the I BREWING TO"
duties of I 3/ue/ Ribbon
the-office.
A. T. P VTTILLO., Beer and Lewis 66;

, i / Sind: for PI i e "i.t. Whiskey

i -PERINTENDENT OF PI'ELIC INTRICTIOV. ilCYSONYILL 1:. FLA
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t. :; ; ; : To tie People of \'olusia County;

I j. { I hereby respectfully announce my ; : MALLORY !
f j.t. I candidacy for the office! of County Su .
L y : ) l perintendent of Public Instruction lUbe .

I ... j: j primary jut to the approaching Democratic u, .: LINES tl' >? C

: | i If nominated and elected, I promise .
I : to give mJ hol! time and very best i : SPECIAL PASS EItGER !
EXP IESS1; ; 3
efforts in the interest of the schools of y
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A !t I :I this county, and with this assurance I :
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> ask MSTEAMSHIPS. "':
I repM tip for
your support. 1 .
J ant nt and
moet
thor
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to : Sin erel.1, < equipped pawengfr
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1; ill i i O A. BOTTS : coast steamship on tW :

I .NO OVERTROWDI.NG, .
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: Important STATEROOMS ARE
I li ) } fOR TAX COI.LECTOR. on POSITIVELY GUARANTEED :

\\ To Democratic Voters of Volusia Cc._ :h- number of terthe, b, .
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: aSSSSSHSS awstfssssss
I lunng all
.. have been prevailed upon for past : p#+renaren :
: four years to make thence for Tai "" .
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Cohect.r. but bate deferred I Y.. .

1i t i i I, of incumbent.personal friendship for the on account present.: : ) :; :. .

I 1 I My friends seem to DAYL1CIiT SAIL through the .
think
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X I that Big h. : FAMOUS "SEA 1SLA\US"
t" / l teen years service in Thronghticketesold :
t < one of the t* tl t! to all Northern
: paving: offices in the county should I rrgardin aUrar-tlol offered poiDta, For tall tnlorma'Io a .
sufficient for any on! man and dfUl&ndA'IDC be tlCbt.. ..t4".. apply to by DO other 1iD4";diagTamfl" reeervatfonr .
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: J a change I bare decided to enter the : F. 1'\. IRON
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rare at the next \ONGER
I i I bate been a primary. : Aaatstant General Jr. 122 West Ba.1 Street, :
supporter of
the
demo-i Pasxar(er ACl'Dt JackIlODTUI@, HorMa
traffic Geo. H. .
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party \oluaia
county for tt, ...... Clark. Local d Bent Daytona .
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twenty >eare. ..
My ..... .
know my attitude In constituents ..... ...................t
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l I l loyalty and service will I .. ....... -* *** "
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arrant .
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: support for a promotion It will be VM-Y .. ........ .. ......t

!ta much appreciated.. Bond
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s' office I am and familiar feel safe with in the saying duties I can of sene the''' Lumber Company

f you to your satisfacuon I Lave no MANtTACTtRERS
pledges nor false OP
promises to make. ROUGH AND
further than I ? DRESSED
will
..... : I visit each agree, if elected, to PINE AND
precinct once a year for : CYPRESS LUMBER
i ii t he
purpose ofgmng the citizens an oppor t
tunity to their
: pay fazes



'.. ) 1 j;; j' i ;; 'I 1; ; ;: :;: : I not and fit will If to,endeavor remain the I honor will democratic be a me satisfied democrat to with show hey my with just gVatltude promotion the should the results same. see If I I I 1l and Lath ILIJI-Cement,::Shingles: Mill Allan in ,Stock c Flooring Coast LlnR,'..log Ceiling offle RaIl..,nd) and Brick Yards Orang:, tart Lime.\'ent.ro...

Thanking ID IDU..IOUUI of .
..... my friends for past favors .ODaford 6raneDofthe laekionUl.
I am, r.
ours to w. H. MCB'RIDE.
R. J.
.. MALOY, Manager
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