The Daytona gazette=news
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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 14, 1908
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.. Daytona, Florida, Saturday, March 14, 19O. Men AJtertitlng t -_Medina. _'._DayUa*....!nd Vicinity, Price 5 CentsDon't
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i Continuous Moving the Pictures : .I AFTERMATH OF THE RACES Iii BARNES, the Novelty Man, i

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: Peck IMoek. foot of South Hridpe. : automobile The sixth annual Ormond-Daytona Walter Clifford-Larp, being 1 :15: : JO, Icttird ai.d finished eeolld in the 250- o SELLS EVERYTHING. 5
tournament has closed, and David Bruce Brown, driving 60 h p. mil runt But for this the American .

: Pictures changed Tuesdays, Thursdayt and Suturdajs : w as highly successful in every way. The Fiat, covered the mile in 35 2-5 second cars were out cf the running Espeeially! : I Stationery, Fishing Tackle, Crockery, .i

: See live Alligator in \\indo\\. : results justify the belief that nest: year The tournament this year was under This mtaiis much for ()rruor. -Daj' Glassware Souvenir Post
will witness the : Fancy Confectionery, U
greater racing tourny the auspices and management ff the tons beach races' next and the
II meiitever held < year Car.; I:;, Tailing Machines Dolls, Toys and Notions :
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Admission I 10 cents. the south, on u e Automobile Hub of America aid the tournament which will probably again .

. peerless stretch of sand. Ilorida East Coast Automobile Association be in ('hargef the ,\. C. A., should find

NHI.1.1.1.III.1.......1.1.1...1......1...1.......... The results, which were reported in with officials of the highest stand- I the J largest field of entries in ll he historyof BARNES :
the Gazette-News last Saturday, may I ing in charge. the beach .
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NN11111 1 1N11111 11 11N11/1111 1 be briefly summarized as follows Referee Robert' Lee Morrell handled Will also frame your Pictures, sharpen your Saws, :
11111111 L. Rand Hollander, of Hollander ..VTangeman
100-mile event, for the Minneapolis the tournament with marked precision, Knives, &'ionrc, Lawn Mowers, Etc., and willS :

I r'THE CI1AS. E.: GARDINER CO.: trophy. Won by Emanuel Cedrino, in running the programmed events off F'. J.T., .,, in American Awaking of agents the beach lor and the I repair almost.! anything that is out of whack S
60 h. Fiat Time .
I p. 1 :49:7tf promptly, and allowing no delay in be- heath racing said: .

150-mile event, stock tha&su Won ginning races, lie was most> ably as- In Fact for Any Want Remember :
-Dajtona mu.-t be ,
by Louis J. Bergdoll, of Philadelphia, cisted by Fred \\'agner. official starter ,
in 80 h. p. Benz. Time 2:40:33.: for the A. A. A. Wagner, who has always imloiied. It is the finest coursem .

125-mile event, gentIe01..n'sin'it.utionraet' started Vanderbilt the \\.rll, holding: as it dllt's'en I i
cup races BARNES
i Goods. record from the kilometer to .{00 mile
Dry Won Louis
by liergdoll m handled his part of the work as he always .
Talk of is foolish and Ipredict
abindoning it ,
80 h. Benz
p. stock ihasM Time does, perft'ttlyIn
. :._)*30 1 ti.236rmile Ii IiI I brief, in every way the handling of that next year it will stand out THE NOVELTY MAN. i
ns the greatest course; in the world andover .
ral'e. for Automobile Club tlr the tournament was something on whichall
I Phone 102, Anthony Block, America Cup: won by Emanuel'edrino, were to be congratulated, and it <'stabhshes its hm.lllIIoolh san.lsiII U run 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA, FLA. :

i In ';0 h. p Fiat. Time 3:21 27 2-5 without question; the competency the"1 greatest,halll l lie race back in Ilg.Lin its history.next and i.II1.I.
Cedrmo year
did not stop at the finish of and ability of the Automobile

DAYTONA FLORIDA.Groceries this event, but, pushing on, reeled riff ,, Club of America to take charge.If you can count ujx.n the Hat Umg tellrepresentetl.

I 100 miles in 3.44.37.: : This, driven at a I I ( one will glance again at the above !. Other foreign mallUlllcl-1

1N/NN.................1..///1..N/1.1.1..11111111111111 ....: rate of 77.7 miles per| hour, set a new I summary he will see that the car that urer: will be on hand, and the
world record, the rate being seven miles made a name for themselves on the astute hu..ill..s hem: as i ,

.. .11111. .. faster per hour than the old record 1, beach this year were the Fiat, an Ital- is (certain to omt. Norman S. DaytonLUMBER.

held by X azarro. ian car; the Renault, a French ear; the It is :,1 wonderful course, and it will ;.

Mile Trials-It. G!. Kelsey, driving I Benz, a (;l'rman car; and the Christie, : only l lie on Onrieiud-Dajtrma] sands that

Ii 00 h. p. Christie 42 2-5 seconds iii isis I an \meiican tar, hich seta new record i the Ormon-Dq tons rte'ortis will I1broken. \ .
a new record for stock! cars. I for stock ('ar:!'. .

.1 1 Cedrino, i<0 h. p. Fiat, 3-"> seconds. Chief honor, however, go to the "Paul lu l"roitmrrican) agent for .
.' .. This M a new world record for middleweight i foreign cars. The following Americancars Renault I'rereILnd Louis lergdoll,

: NOW YOU ARE TALKING gasoline cars. The old record were on the heachlIclIJingstuu l : American agent for the German: Benz, Yard, Magnolia Avenue and F. II: C. Railway. Also
I; : was 40 3-5 seconds. I i Hajnes, HotchkiM, B. L. M., Clevelandand echoed Mr Hollitidtr's remarks, and
: Plans, Estimates and Superintendence Real Estate office .
100-Mile Special Ilace-Uon by the two Christies. The larger Christie, too, has announced that he
I That's My Business. Maurita Denim, driving CO li. p. Kenault. I Christie, playing in hard luck, did not .will IK back again, That, consideringthat Isttlonr'miiiliol.r. 0. V,. II. EmiONDSON, Manager,

r Time 1:1.:">G. This, too, bets a f figure during the meet. The smaller I the tournament is vet a Scar away, ]1)),ij"loin, Florida Phones! at office, yard and residence.
new record, the old record, made by 1 jxwered Clinstie! set the new stock ear means wonders for I'KIU I! \
:: I take pleasure in railing for yt. it older ami : .
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:a l delivering! promptly what! you want Mj >.I roC k : I Hridge; Talc-ott }-'. Kelsey and W. \\ I

..I' i is always fresh and fine and your trade. will : A "BLACK HAND"COMMUNICATION. edwith, at the South Bridge I BIRD PRESERVE ..111.11.1....1..111111...1.NII.1.N.1.111111N1111.

:i I lie highly appreciated and well taken ran.f, : I Eur special j Policeman-John Meyer,

: Phone me your nanta.r : Fur;Sanitary Inspc''torJ. H. Zuber., ESTABLISHED
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It It I Daytona, March J, 1'JOS.! KKK I

iJ s, S. W. CALIROLL Life of Marshal Smith Threatened. I meets Tire council of the major approved l the api>"iut- Around Mosquito Inlet to be Known l : i ii

'i Mayor Seaman Reappoints him Mosquito Inlet Keser>ation.
The street c'ommbiillllrr"a.'i intruded -

::1 a. The North Beach st. Grocer. .: And City Council Confirms.IuyG.na or's to othce.O renovate. the City Hull and May Warden Appointed. i Carry a Full and Complete I

. The 24th of last month, PresidentIluosevelt

I; leleplione No. 19.A .: ) l1u.I Mr btunion Dear collector. G. Hobbs in the sum presented of S3, Mosquito: : for nativebirch.
11111.1IIII..ISI5I5II./.........1.1.r.rsr.r.lo :Mr We have Elected you for the : Bingham and J. L>, C. Morris as The reservation extends from t I

---< Mair of this city and if you jxunt1'xl j ,sureties_______ _.mil.___ _same_: n'_ was approved. I Live Oak Point
--- on the north, including IGROCERIES !
!. Smith for a Marsh: ) The bill for the salaries of the .preced* ,
(Ponce Park and Coronado
r Matter of Essential hisife to a point
Importance fix for
a Way : .
o 0I1IIL\1 in: council, which had Uin held up by about two miles south of New Mnjrna ,
/ Witl.r you ran :suit jiM or S< .
-\- Ia'or Ureeue and referred to the I .
to cverj'house'holder! sanitation and Rani.t
Bridge, and embraces: the mangn v e and
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JV, tary t'fll1ipllwnt.IIIIUM. receive the- greatestpossible -- -- ---- finance committtern': disapproval **w-grass islets, -tivalaiidiwr-. and +0i -

;? s r ( attention, and when new pluml I, The above letter was recently reed\c'llI Under the ordinance a resolution mute ; sand pits! in Townships U and 17 'I'I

r ing is to be install only a pluiulic.r mil the I by Major Oaten! It Seaman, as is shown parsed authorizing the salary for succeeding South, Range 31 Last, la and near the i i

fs highest repute, and one who ke-e-ps up with i by the following (communication addressed counciluun This the ,ouccil mouths of the Halifax River and Indian I CLOVER HILL l BUTTER.
the latent improvements, should beeniplojrd I to the City Council by His of l'JOt..7 failed to do | River, :North ilhe order designates .

I_ .+ 'L. I. If you have this subject under consider Honor. Monday evening. The council adjourned until next | the latter river as the Hillsborough, but IV I

IV Ibf itiori n consultation with the und.rsign-- To the Honorable City Coumil of tin Moudaj night, when \sM-sbor l: munl- the legislature uf Florida recently The 1 Conrad Grocery Company I i ;

eel will 1 I.r eif the greatest value, City of Dayton: : still will rrt' '11 this roll for approval.' (' changed the haaie tv the Indian River, ;|

.I Gentlemen: I have the honor to pre- I North) (II I II : t. T Conrad & Co's. old stand

DWTONA- I. sent the names of appointees to fill the REAL ESTATE I I Captain Joan Land'iuist, I Lighthouse: :...............................NNI...NN........i
ofli ic'es named below I have had under Keeper at Mc quito Inkt! has been :
careful consim'ratioll several applicants apiointe.d| warden cf the, new preserve i
I and after careful VERY ACTIVE. j .., ..
for such positions, a
rheeftabhshmct of ,
t Phone 64 I tinpreserve i'
i examinations of the, limits of each, due to 'I.rt.'II.rmriI'4I1y of (t.-u. NChambeihn.of : i;

....>............11.1...1....**-.+...*.++.+.*.*.***MAsk '[ have torn found the nspettive thoM: named{KiMtions.well qualified Many Pieces oi KKK Property Change a great deal thi"of cit tune).. to He the ha-proju devoted I I:r Daytona Transfer r & Livery SlaNt :I IZ

F for the Breadwith In the matter of thc application' of 0\\nership.' Many Morein and uU-en: in constant toiuniunicaticn :
u Edward; I.. Smith to l I.e continued in the I with the \\ashiogton authorities for C. E Johnston. Proprietor. j jI
I otliceof Marshal, I will that he Prospect. I : :. ,
City say He had
: !several months maps made "f '
+ Lave the beet livery IB the ,
the stamp of had a worthy coml.rtitur| hut all things There has (semi considerable lit t \ity tile territory and furnished all the dad : -. A '
i 'f "",, city, with white doyen who [
considered, I deem him to be the best: in real estate here within the post week, for the g"'t'lIlDlt'nt. i ilujTarsiMat : l' {
qualified lie tomes before the Councilfor and the field is full of "lookers." Of : |iehc. 'an and other bird-> I|I''s are familiar with all roads '.

I lJ 1NYfil approval' with the wntttn tommendaliou course thej are looking for bargtms!, were very plentiful in this section. but I :: LOOK FOR THE !
+ 9JNIIIJl tU11i ;t r:>.,,. Daytona Bakery I of tunty' ('\en of the most proin- but there is every indication that in the \'bitorlilh in inclination to kill sohe-f :.
business and I professional men of i : V Silver Tipped Rigs.
L*'nt end a large amount of pr"lot'rtyiIl thing have graduallj thinned them out j

1 the city, including every ineinlier of change ownership, although priers arehigher until there is now but one, when a few I :i -: .;-.----- (I'Lon 2/ op.p. Public ScbooL | J JI
H. E. i your honorable Imdj than last s-ea--oii. years ago t IK n' were hundreds Th establishment ----
QUIGG, As a final argument in his favor aa smith A. Hitch have auld the following ..f the preserve will IIISUK ; #...**................4...........................*.

zealous official and as an answer to the properties during the past ten dajs: the birds. a IJrl'l..Jing ground whiie'' --- -

.hY t'i.- Proprietor. I follow ing anonymous letter, w 1m.h ill a Mrs Mary E Kreitzlrg, of Port Jill- they will not I lot roole.--t-d! i ....................+..... ..........................
sample of others, threatening the life of era'n, L L, has punha: :>ell the \. 1!. ii i if : ZZ
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-- derided to reappomt him. The H. loote f! i
-- ment, I Lave avenue George muse Another Fine Drive.
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lot t il 0) feet front on \"olu,i:i :1"nleas I .
************************** ************************** The letter ale referred to is ;19 follows I'cupleahodrite out the new |11ay'-
w.ldtoMrs. HUJ: ONtill: <,f Iide.od. ; I W. H. WRIGHT & SON
1 : ton road hive objected I because: they
N. ERICKSON "Dajtona, 1'la. w.. ,\. J. \laoa large lot on Itidgea I
\ had to come hark the saute route This
")Ir. :Stamou Dear Sir We ha\e 110 bj 341\ was sold to northern I I
13 not fur one who kll"lllt
Cabinet MaKer. Wood Worker. jj; hlttted you for the Mair of this city capitalists, xho, it is rumored, will erects road necessary\\iuiiemi3-Mtt Jut beyond l I.:I Painting
> i if Ed. Smith for a Mar- hotel during: the sutnmi I I
and point
you '
the bridge on the Daytona roa I, u'-out :
Picture Frames, Door and Window Screens made 'lo order J; shell you have fix Way' for Ins Wire Y s. Hall I'stet'k puuhiM-d ..f li.I three and a half miles from hl.auJ. a i: Decoiating t

.'tol he a Widor you ran suit joor Mf." Hough his cottage and lot at the road leads the south toward : i 1
Cottage Avenue DAYTONA FLA. j jSpecifications corner of Palmetto and Cottage avenues, to right, or I P.ipt-i hanging i
I dislike more \\ mnemisett. This road hilen :
there be thing
If one
bt..lf itt....1iil..btF1..... *****....*..*.**.**.*****. and will remodel same into four apartments '. ,
than any other it is an attempt' to fonemy marked bj J. F. Alldw and I U. CdamgtoQ. S ji
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- hand in the matter of the performance with all modern improvements The road leajs bj nine 1 I.ikes : 'i \Nes> of Ridsevsoocl avenue Daytona Florida
..................................................... | The Norman S. I>a'tl'ngtnr)' has I : I
of a public duty In a quiet and i to nr.emi.tt: and n in fairly good : ... .................................... :
sold L.: }J. Pundit and
like to seven one- condition Commissioner l"ralwr has : t
generally law abiding community I :
Some Qtet things
l i this the Major cannot permit himself half acres in Blake longing to Carl I premised to put the pristoneri at w to be influenced by threats and allow R'chner. ''tIn it just as soon as they can be -pared, I II j

his appointments to be dictated by David P, HI:u"k, a prominent real estate ,i and it will! be put in good itndition : : REAL
install. i
sell and I I f
we I I Ir thugs and amateur a.--sassin.'i. lie must wan of PitUburg, has rented, and i I It can now be used by both autos and : : E STA E.
the Oliver home vehicles from
I hold in contempt any man who has the with his family j" occupying Going lALand .
.k letter. cottage at D.ly tona Beach.C. j| one can turn north \\inntmiasi iI'lt :
meanest to send a anonymous .I : Cottages); for Sale or Rent Life, Fire and Accidenf Insurance.
The proper place for such letters is the \\ Brown, "r W ichita, Kansas, has '11'ark avenue, the read I being pine- : i.
Pumping Outfits J Heating I i 1: ftr:me 31. D.\\ TON A BEACH.:: rL.J .\,
strawed Mr krs
-- waste basket, where they usually land; purchased from Laurence Thompson | to Kei where .
Plants, Sampson but in a case like the present, when the through the Hieman Real Estate ', you turn east, skirt the south and eat :+.........+...........+...1..............++++.N111+.

: Windmills Bathroom; life (.f a public servant is menaced, it is Agency: his Honolulu" cottage, on i 1 shores: of Lake Charles, and < "nti ue I .

II'I proper that the City Council and the Cedar street The same agency recently -''ma: north. north-taaterlj and n rthI ... '.....1111111.......11.1111111.1.1.H............. ..N
2: horse power Engine, j Outfits Hot water boilers I people should awaken to the fact that sold the "Hawaii cottage, adjoining I: wcaterlj: direction until you conic ttl th. ;: n1tr.IOo; \ Z
I Tank Heaters Galvanized there are in our midst a few thieves and the "Honolulu,"' to J. W. Fiero, i I Daytona: road. Or one in to tt" 1Cin-I|:
Bulldozer Pump 1 000(> I I : ..... of electric- i
north examination
would-be-cut-throats, who need to be of Cairo, N. Y. f nemi-sett, turn at lloley'se.t i: -I. -r- \ close
gallons per hour. The I Iron Tanks, watched, and when located, scourged .. 1 1icrner, pacing Lake Charles on the .: al work finished and charged for :
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best' Steel Towers, !Hotel[ l from the community ;, east shore. This is the rewl. u>tit f by' :: i" 1i' from this shop shows hof aquare- ..
umpmg outfit ever I *For :&Ie-\ I UIlI.Otra't'II and 1
the following ht : g : mnemisittt people to reach: the I'av1tona : ly and honorably transact our :
Steam therefore present
offered in Florida for I dish warmers I and a-k approval of I wish to locate nearer the center cf mj road; the Lake Helen people g.. business. Electrical repairs re- J [

Hotel Tables Gasoline Engines of appointees I /your territory', 1 offer! at ;* low figure all or fuither east, striking into the same road : i ceive special attention. Those i
Service Fire Protection I '
tie same:
i any part of mj proptttv:' comprising ;J;: about a mile and a half north cf U,'mn*"- : who employ us never worry about
and Irrigating :i Hydraulic ]Hams: ForCitj Marsh|I/-Edward '.. s-mith. dwellings, 1 attic, 1 ci/rner lot on Bay f rmssett: A sign has been placed on a : our charges, and they know VeJ:

work. Pipe, Fittings, Yahes. : For Deputy ar"hallIdwayG'1 and Beach streets, suitable for ba-afies tree leading north from the main road i : fore engaging us that our work. i

I !i D Taj'lor. hotel or opera house and a nice acre : to Winnt."mUsM.-tt. This u a very nice i : man-hip: will be the toest.v i

i For Deputy Marshal-\\aj 'ross-:', farm; see any real estate man or J, L.: : ride t,f about ten miles, and with the I II

& CUTTEN lush: owner if expenditure of $100.00 could be wade : Electric Co. :
STAPLES i Singleton. ., Daytona
the drive \oluoia I s .
I -- prettiest in county .
without com-
Policemen, -
;LJ.I For Special I
iI DAYTONA. pen8ation-Messrs. I', Jibb. at the *What is Ltly \\ ater Call at ...<' and perhaps .n the State -De4r.J : ;-r- ; I t 232 South Beach Street. :
Central Auto Garage Plate, Magnolia Avenue, I Plant Sews 1 I .
Electric: Light
the Central :
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, '.THE DAYTONA) GAZETTE-NEWS Ww Announcsments. I AND PlOfES 1 1I.

.'3 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Gazette-Xews In the annouEeement! appear columns three new f aanocacemcaU. the- I BUSlNfSS .

W. II. McBride, of) Seville o N
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1' T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor !. announces himself a candidate fort1ector. t c tit 4. \ \Vord to Home Builders .yti _

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. Mr. McBride has very ablyserved v.u C. C. BOHANN'ONPhysician -
THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY the county aj commi!sioner formany :" announce that our -
L ; Ws ake :hii ovpor 1.rr and Surgeon Attorneys at .
tti years and now seeks promotion vi I I

4 l ISCORPORA TED E. W. Bond, of Lake Helen, w-in be a contacts: : : the Atwood Pb nncyf |i Sped! Attention to -
Office over
-- -- -- work or overhauling, a ur.equa.
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candidate tor representative. Mr. Bond comb-Jig i nt ka ;
Second Class Matter. of"oIus 3' call and d[<1lJ the subject with w.rtmcn i teach street, Daytona, Fla. i,i # e,-
Entered at tie PostoScc at Daytona, Florida, as is an old-tize resident and \,e into: ,v&a : J I '
Conrad Block, DAY10:1
No. 74. A
-. -- county and ha had considerable experience Telephone I ,
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in "Psr: '.\'; r .r (1:1ploare competent and reliable I. _
politics. I -
SATURDAY, MARCH" 14, 1908 who have -- Carv D. f*o i A. O. Butts, the: present efficient superintendent i mechanics, : H.M.SEELYE.A.M.Physician .
---- --- --- ---- of Schools: asks for a re instated many bathrooms I LAND1S & PISH ,
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES election.: Mr Botta has made Volusia -- =-- to which we, and Surgeon.

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One One copy copy copy three six one month year months- -. :. .:: :::'._ :::. :::: .::'." '::'.'::::'::: ::::=::::::::::::: : .......::=....::=:::::: ..48,aOne probably(;eQ. T.be SM ret4ected.is a candidate for tile 'I uweduthe mar point whh owners: no, i 1 SDCCJA;: J! attention and Mechanical given to methods.Electrical. ,I;I I j Court Practlclnc. ClTll IB or all Criminal stair bMt sad ...

I I So. R1dg Hours I n caretDl.lteDl1oca. Speeui
ADVERTISING R.\TES. tffie: of county superintendent of public i ; Grtie t! pr.de. Io..r-: and : woodp..A..e.o.).. :. for lare (lf 1 "un Lana( and. P'ior1tSa.J>>r1ICUa.
instruction, and t.;. announcement appears -
DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS. in another column. The material we I Is I
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Rite per Inch per insertion to regular advertiser*..-...................10 cents use i is the best the mar- I. t H. .]. E R4\Iti',LI :\ .S Isaac A.8te art Zglstj.,
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Rte inch per insertion for less than three nxaths.... .15 cents 24 I 1 STEWART &
Rate per per Inch per insertion for single insertion..........._..__.-...._30 cents = ktt s.11 e caJ Crl ji ELY

,4 READING NOTICES OR LOCALS. Holly Hill. +- r: naon pardoiarv: |(| I Physician & Surgeon. Lauyers

F (I. Rate per lire, each insertion. ..-....-... .10 tt-Dt Holly Hill, perch lZlr L. I.. I! r tI '0 he fact that we I n I .
RATES FOR CHURCHES: LODGES, ETC. hinde: 'dPorceainEnameed Ir. Railing's office over Gille'sdruj Office next door to Back BaiJcSq,
Howard he been in st. Augietaoe sevvrrai : &
All club, society oranizstionkde) : and church notices, other than reiigwxis I Laud, Florida .
services, 5 cents per line. Cards of thanks 50 cents each. Resolutions, ;5 tents days this! week attending: to bu!'i- : : store, Beach street. ;
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; per lia*.. Legal advertising a t1 legal rales.GENERAL ness matters.Mrs. I: :, Ware, which is so ; I - -
PRO\"I-IOX J. M Dillon and daughter: Miss TITLES I\SURtOr.:
sq widely: advenised in E. L. STEWARTPhysician <.
ij No single charge for display advertising: of any kind lew than M; ttr.ts. Lou, armed Saturday from L-.ndon, '. I -
Coun Abstract
Volusia .
E Good position g wen every &dFrti.semE'Dt.n extra t'harjtec-.f 2 er.1* j l"r ,inl. Cauad., an are with Mr*. Dillon : al:: leading mzgaz lies. ( and Surgeon Infetiam
S will be made for ads with ?pet"ift"1 I petition No special position i given -it lf bix.tber. W. II. Heath and family. This and Title Insurance Compaay.. *
44 i less I than fire Inches. I .,t41tJuoJU'arc !has been manufactured: for more .than Special attention to disease of the Abktracu forDIhtd and lilies P..t,
t d No advertisements[ accepted: fur the first pave.i '. b Miss Uik! >n"i first visit: l>) Honda, and I Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose. Office N. M.pe. Plats and blue mate q
i I Extra elute made on di?play! &hertL melt. 'g an av', race'- f a> -< but Mrs.! DilK.ii i,os spent: several :ear :h.-' : .--, and everv piece beirs a ,$tThLta'1" "Green 'Ij. I j and residence Xo. 101 Magnolia cornr j piled. Bert rub.f>rer rarc'r .Voles

i than 30 words to the inch sOM here and has many warm friend* inIli ( .,. _,.r.I''c: ; have samples in our showroom, Palmetto, telephonec8"_. ,, s Bank- ,and ixLaaU.Tree fla.uppotii
All bills payable! : on the first of ea<'b month. .>fllce 9 p. m. ,
liy; H.li lira ? ". ,+.., will: give >ou .$ta lar>r booklets to

iii 1111N1- -.N11.11 1.1....N1111111..1111..1.-...1111E1111 I fri Mi-> ,.1 j., ,,blannh.tli whom Daveoport she ca.irt south and, Mrs.the ': -' t: >jur home. I -G.- A. KLOCKPhysician I D. D. & C. ;\\. ROGERS

and Beach. i iJ )I' J Mr-'T. l Ialer.nd av' sport: young and Alvin son at have their j'Jinet.l'r foyin JOE OSBORNE 1 ThelPlumber. ( und Surgeon ; Civil Engineers
Seabreeze r
i E Daytona .
!>!.. '. of.
: I -r ho-ieon: the riverfront. Miss !special attention given to Offices f(DAYTOXAajMlMIAMI. : -
the Ejr and FltUogof Glaesra. !3'liIo.! ( FLA.
II Biant.h'sp: : tit the season here with h*>r 2 ':
i =--== RldgcwouU, pbooe 2-<. Office hour l!-." ,
: MRS. H.'A. BERNARD, Editor. : mother two years ago.Mr. ,
(0 ''r' p. m..t.J to Stt p. m. Daytona Office Established 1S7SM. :

,, 1. A..A... ............_.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .- .- .. .. .... ........ .. .. .. .. .- .. .. ... !, I and Mrs. J. .. Wintarwp, <>f laii -- - DAYTONA, KLA.: __ ,.;
yyyyyyy.yyyyyyy.-- -- ;
i: laha-x-' were visitors at Mr*. II. \
Seabreeze, March 11-Judge Edward to t..e- program were Misses Murphy. Carter's the I latter part of last week. '"- There is JOSIE ROGERS, M. D. : t1. A. BERNARD

Morris, of Springfield, Mass., u tDjO '- '' Pierson, Sengstak, Perkins!, Major! and They were guests of the Clarendon aId WHITE HOUSE 1.-
i i
ing a short stay in the city guest! at tLe Mr>. Downicg: and Mr. Houjhton.: !' Sere to see: the rac-s. f DISTINCTlVEiNESSAND Homeopathic Physician ,: i w.udt subscriptions and btnisa

pleasant! Lome of Cut. and Mr-. Thomas I for the TimesUnion.to .
Capt.. R. \V. Hwie, state CheniL-t, )1' SHOES i Xo. -Ij3 North Beach 8trf'd. .

F. CordLs.Kfcv. I I'I : Tallahjuv ', and hid little son, Edward: A Office hours, 12:30 to 2:30 and": TIMES-UNION BUREAU, ;i;
1, L. \. I'ierson, of Cutile, N. 1',1'' Daytona Beach, March 11-L. : Smith & Bitch Real Estate
'I W'I I while here Lest u'-tk to view the races; +l 'I 7.30Telephone : OEict;;
i is here on a bit to his family at Cher- I llolcomb, who Las been vaitircg spent several: days!! with the taptaiu'- I if a 3':4 o : DIGNITY No. I.I'?. : Beach S1rteL

.#I olcte Cottage. 1,I wife and daughter on Seabreeze: avenue, 1:I; sister, Mrs.1. }I. M.tbbttte and faauiy a ',a RR JIIOtII ti 'C QUIET j '

t I. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tboup,on, of left last week fur Montcagle! Tenn.j Mrs. W. II. Ldmond: awomp.tni: (;rdher -: oo.J I IN THE 'I .
DR. BOHANNOVSPrivate : :
1 Barnes, Kansas, and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. |:,I Miss Grace Griggs assisted at the post- I r siatc-r-in-Uw, Mrs. Eastman, oa tae : Daytona Private Hospital

', Talbot, of Waterville, Kansas, armed : office last "A<
from New Orleans, and Lan taken thesecond DaMd P. Black, prominent real estate oelast: Saturday and toj ',}'-d a pk-.ia-: : flITE HOUSE facility for t he proper treatment
I E of has rented of the and career medical and surgical caw For the treatment of all
story apartments in I); and i man PitUburg, one ant outitg.U' I Electrical appliance, trained nurses,
j t Mrs. Leland's beach cottage. Oliver cottag"S, and with lJ.sife; and Ii. Taylvr and other hir3jf t..e I w qulfi furrounUlngi.: Special' atirntlimglTen X.6lJeal... Suclcal Casa,

-1! Mrs. Cathcart came down from Jall u patient'...Hvcond Terms ave. l>a.Tioua.on appllHon. 21 South Beach Street Phone K

I Saturday and u: visiting Mrs.! T.I j jF. 1' locking over the property this piuceand ; : MEN SHOES WOMEN Ptijslilani hrau..e.In tux's Charge.' and It. HOWE, I c. C. BOHAN OS. M. D.

Williams oa Valley street.: Roland Keating and frienda, Messrs 'I on the Tvmoita, in charge of Thoa.Wcthertll I _

Mrs. J. A. Lentille, of Chicago; is v.s- Pey--erand iJeligman. of Jacksonville, I They template putting; < OSTEOPATH.Ur. I d. P. ESCII.i .H.D/ ,
!ling her daughter, Mr*. J. A. Coburn, came for the races, and spent: lost weekat ; : in many tn re mile- of f<-miog. that makes them corn i

on Valley ...trtt.W. : the Daytona Beach botch I II I VM. WIV. QtA -J. C Herman : Physician and Surge<>n
1 The art exhibit and dance at the -a- !I > OC* rect and proper on all I I :
A. down from Jack- -55. I :
liaggett!:: came: Fifth house of M. E Cfcurtfc
i south
j ST.LOQISY.SA.l.w graduate under the founder, A. T i i _,]
't i eou\ille: the forepart of last Reek t', visit i I aide Inn Saturday e.ellin..3 a most !I Port Orange. j 3;<,_ .gg ; occasions. Still, Kirksville.: Mo., located on \'01I I Peninsula Drive, Daytona Beach

.k 4 his family and while here enjoyed the enjoyable affair. Itae under the I I ..- I' 1Na a\t-nuf'. .,lie door tact of Halifax I O0ic-ehoursl2to2p.nl. Tele-
i' races. 1 management of Mr. Stewart and Mrs. Pun Orange March: II-Hon. A. T. i Journal office Daytona, Florida, I

At an adjourned council rni.-tting I Adelaide Smith, of Painesville) Ohio. 'I I l'attHk canoe over from O,tH.-n I last tarry a well selttted: : line of this favorite raAtI( I of SlKxrs i 1 I'hone40. phone 207. .
q's'I :[ The exhibit was held in Mr. Stewart's wtek to \i.,it l.is ton and fake in 'he and l can five yixi a l fit an-l -jualitv! that will \\jt a soiiKe of ___ 1
# ; lin grubbing ISutler aHoueas award- where also! }light;. refreshments ra. .es.! t', n>taiit !satiifa<.tii-n to vuLtt [(11.11'} A. GOYr S. II. GOVE
i id to Haigh A Kallough: ; also tLe clerk I were served Later in the evening the 'I.'I.I Mr. Niiiwoiiger!! accomrurtkxl l' It.

v..aa instructed to provide and place bulletin I I company adjourned to the dining room Hunt and a party of frkrods on a cruise n-5 "\.11"u l\i\-\ \ IID :t'' ur I\I'Jf"-. !: [Dentist Architect Builder and

board at town baH. The budget i and enjoyed music and dancing.; :! down the coast Friday of last \!oc"k.'I' .. Contractor
I was light and nothing further of general :, Miss Maude Strothers spent Sunday :'I' Elijah Mr Daniel came home from F ''J" ..lle i.:. i I 'IT":, ronrr lKPlI'xd and \-lu.i. I
i Residence
Ilw interest was diiciast-d. '! with her parents on Seabreeze: avenue, :I LJdora: lat wtc-k. : and office, northeast eon
I ner and Volusia .
i 1] A pleasant party con iUe; of Mr. and i j[(returning I Monday to her: school at I, 1 he bridge company have begun the 1 I PHOXE 59 1 Phone 89. Daytona, Fli

and YC!. Ayrea. Mrs. J. A. Cobum, I Coronado; Beach. I I work on the !streets; in the new -uburb ;

t mother, and Mr. and Mrs. Coburn, rfr., Mrs. Stolte and children! who have. on the I'ininsuL'i. UsS
are planning! the trip today to Port been occupying. the Allen cottage on i I i I 1 I Mr. 1'ttttt, the luuibcrauQ from 'UkII .111.111.1111.1.11111111/11N1111.11111111111111. 1.... | : ( )\S GEK.HAN.( \. lIalifaxusic Mouse!

; where I I Peninsula Drive, left Monday for their #I' 1 til, was in the city Friday aDd :;:arur-
l Orange, they will enjoy an oyster .
roast., They will go in 1 Jr. Coburuelaunch home in Lansing, Mich I II !jday. I i M. ELLA DE VOY CO I ILADIES' | knowledge Hynlady sat who the German has a thorough George Wray ;,';

"LeoU." I I I Mr. Durston, guest: of the Scanide Inn, II I j Miss Dorothy 1'rcvatt, of Artt.ui i ; language The cheapest plAce in the State to

F Jwhn Longjtrcet, prominent real estate and a party of eighteen: friends, had a I! Florida, U visiting her avbt, 1 rro. rank : HATTERS : : iSSlBSSMSTrunks ; Tva

man of York I'a., is spending -I picnic excursion to the Old Sugar Mill j,, :?j'arkman.i : 1"1 I
Correct in Personal attention to I
couple! of weeks: in the city, and is pleasaatly Monday, making an all day outing thoroughly i i Ie\ Cooper: Itf the M. I:. Church: i- Stylo.V 'j'" .' I\\ I' :Otr.-et. Daytona Fitting.: 'I.:

located iu Mrs. Godsmark hQue.1, enjoyable to those who pnti'i-j I holding protracted meetiara, thin \\f-fk. .111111111111111l+..1111111.111111111.11111111.1111... ...........I.III.II..I..II..I.I....
Mrs hllhu has been: spending the i pated. i' in the Ad< \wit Church. ."- n _

d w inter w ith her rt'latin'IMr., and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ash:: Hcrroii of Boyne !i: Robert: Lufberry ...ft Mood.i tutJ .....................................................- .1N11N11111....N........

L. Z. I'.urdkl.! Las accepted a position City, Mich.}; came up from Port Orange: !i J: North (' r.lina-

i}, with the H'an Millinerj' at the shell and have room- in Mrs. Emma Fre-e-j I .* R. D. TAYLOR Electrical Contractor :. Dress Suit Cases, Bags.We .

I r.:I. boat, Dajtona.Win.. Uurkhardt. of man's Born home, to Mr. and Mrs. G. H. HolUnd) !I i I tot Slnkable. } Illtll\ -t' Wiring a :Specialty.\ J have just received our new stock of
Brooklyn, is *
Tie Bearded Ij dy- Mt-rcy Are
? I spending some time in the city, guest: of Saturday morning, a time pound baby I going to marry the> fat- want you (IV.tW ill /i.l>., tn< .il! .....''ipj.li.! .-, >.f All Kiii'U. Fixturt-s. :>">Jw i.lt.s, ** i Trunks, Dress Suit Cases. Bags. Tflesropw, Trunk Straps, Name!

'1 l>r. I-: 1-:. Dayton and family. girl. The Fair c'lrcaS: fau--Yea. I felt IH> : LUll N->. > I 1/.11/ I'US.1. I-I.A.
? 'rulgt'i: avenue J I
I I !
MM. James Mitchell Tags and
of St. l'ttl-r- Shawl
i i CourtLtid Eaves:: and brother. George sorry fur him He bald he'd drown : Straps.

4 laves: who was here with his wife the I burg: visiting at the borne ot her hUiiaelf: If I didii't awcpt him. .11111111.111111.1111111111.1111. 1111111. W. have compared t our trunks, etc., with
other makes and
I I find
i brother Mr. - v.e
ii early part of the winter, arrived several Webster.: The IUfurd l lajvIruwu hluiself': -
The ......1N.1NN1/NN.1N.N.N11.1.NNI.1NN.1.N. I line M tle t>e"te can get for the
Ladieb' uu'd Lave tie
Club to anchors
i it! days ago and will spend a short tune, : Young held forth at I IWhy.I !say } to I money at which they are oJ.! We jlual
11!! the home of Miss Florence Horn Li! fttt to drug him under water! WHEN i YOU ; ; art ,
with their mother and sisters ou Pme- I &tur-I j I : ARE CONTEMPLATING : fur pwM" t"lIf' the lowest in the city for similar goods.
1-velnnd 1 Plain iH-aler.
il wood and Oakrid.e LvuJenrd.it day evening: Ten members and : J, .
Miss Vaucourt and Mr. Hugging tourist visitors were present, and the usual 1 tiijojable i i '& 'in! .' .l ,.ilvuiu/- .! IP !i I link ,i in! w I lull.-I: ) .a Id.i Vir I Iir I- Ilrhal'r, i
j it One Complaint.FaUi Peck-Hendricks
guests at Dixie Lodge, left M"nda}' program liar carried out. r-ln law-Now, my dear son-ln .. :iiiv 'I tin], .tin I iu,," ?t.i! II". i -. ''u-. r.rt.d: f. '"tiitiit-tt ., i twalrtn Company.
I for 1'ului beach.lira. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Johnson, who :
law till
; whether
me honestly
t Keeder, her two children and I I have been at the Bleekmau! flats, Idtfvr tinned with nay daughter. you : da.'Ihn:_' !"IIH.wl."r tJ.lt! t NN1.N..... ..... .. ...N.N1...........N

mother, Mrs. Warutr, of Baltimore, : borne on receipt; of a telegram:; bearing HonlulawMy dear Herr .huidt! I : : _
the sad of the death of bate, nothing at all t coiuplala of 1111111111111111111.111.1 111i1111iiM
have takcu the SUvcns cottage:. on Val intelligence <> -except 'I..I.
I' ley street for couple of mouths. I their only daughter.Mr. iLaps that you didn't throw me I C. NASH a SONDAYTONA. I I ( J
and Mrs. Lewis who out when I asked for her hand In war I framed at Lesesnes. mostt
C. W. Stuart came down front Newark I arc tjrfLdirj; FLA. e The
: Bomb
ragt' a
X. Y. la.tclk the season at the I'neida cottage;; and :
: Lrininlith: liim complete plant! in the
:,1 his granddaughter, whoa also S.oi. J. C. Duller enjoyed au all! day outing Color Blmdneit. ; i.irt-'l _i\t. null i city. Large line of mouldings
I : I .ini i 1",1! !'r''"|' t | 'i ''1'1'' | nli.iUe: savior at fair pnasniMii .
: Pierson'3 rafJchiJr! Stuart Ls r und.6J.; They made the trip t u There are three distinct: LluJ> <>f J

. I "' 'f.1 guest at The Glenwood. the Ibid and stopped at Port Or.r': .(: 00 color blibdne&s or three c J'Ju1I1I.b 1i.'nrr; .Il, : ; ..I..u| \"'"|" .\ ..../milm.\t to tl.erro...,, f Z See Lesesne at THE KODAK PLACE"
I', I their ,. tiiovxltli affected e>ebi lLt; ; cannot i
return and 1
i 1 Mr. and Mrs Cor>ill, senior aad I partook an oysterroo&t. see. There me red green and iulet. I I'll .in- "-..". I jut i If) town work bolinteil. i : /

junior, \'pbilanti, Mich., and 1 Red blindness id considered a S Beach; Street, :doors: North
oruto or Irtn i
,I Canada, respectively, are cupjing the: Mr. and Mi:>. J. \\'. \\ olford toid lift le serious! it ddt.'d. 'hildien should bate .1.1.1111....1............................1.1N1N..: of 3rd .\renut' g11111L11111111111111

I I liurgutatt cottage for the remainder <,l girl, Mrs. Word* n, Mrtui.. Cottrell, jTuj-er trrfutu; la color! 6tud>'. All 1 .11.1....NNNNN..1iN/N.1N1...1MNNN........ ==---------------__________._ 11111111111111111/1111.11/111N1
all .
of l.an"ir.Jch.
t I tbescaaon. / ; came up from of the colors !&U! <>ul'l be kept before theejes -
'I Mr. Coryell, N.1.0, is
Tampa this! week and! are cue-its at Tlc <>f tLe ipiN, in tLc kiu.ler arteil ,, A RARE BARGAIN
i t' 7s years yountr;, came south for
I Piiichurfct. Mr. and Mrs.: Wolford have and sip i until the uertes! of the eyes are I \ .. . .. I '
the benefit of Lu health Las been sat t r. ) a.: : mi airjv l 1Ju1JIJ.
't I : uiarelously spent| several winters in Seabreeze and trjiiie to distinguish: t<> the slighter tshade ,I,.:;' L.f I H I/O.t/ -.JlOO..1 I '. ,:I:L' 1 ,1..1 plw .mkJ ';n4C1 h fret[piazza 2"1) on Norman S.
i \ recuperated| since I bu arrivalW. !. Daytona leech any shade! of difference In color n.'r: I1t1- !! .. I \ .... I f, :'J trr... .tarteJ orange peach"plum I Dayton

Hill and little daughter, Edna; of 1L woiL In color in the kiuderarte u'' fit: -srl:. I.' : -. i I.d uir..y. 1.I.1.1I" ..p'a.: 0-K.ii l barn flowing well .'.;ok-
Toronto, Canada, arc \ilJitin; at the j I 11It.. Piiillipp-, improving his S"'a- It a go
.I i Lome of K. C. Watcrson and! I breeze aveuac: property by widening the i I merit than one would think at first M. F. BLITCH. holly Hill Florid
t ,
during the month of March. Mr. and! I l.tmental1..: in front of same. I, tl uijlitVwlen. : baths colored are ................NINNN...............NNN........ Plans Estimates
Mr lUrthoId} Meyer her Kwxl for bats ( laythfuK-! Moms I
I Mrs. Wat\r:>on, Sr will l return home daughter ,
Ke<;ister and l.(>aJ r. ********************* ***** ********* ..
with Mr. Hill, their sou-in-law. I Mrs BirJ..a.t'cr and chiUren! touri-t-> I u ___ __ NN# **.***...
111' came up from Palm Beach Monday ant.I! '' : T H M COREROLUSIA: AND: J :I Superintendence
Mrs. Logan and her mother, Mra. .111111111111/11.......... F 1I1UKVJ/\1 1 I
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located lm A. I. Millers VAL.tETTOn *
are apart
one AMLNLES.; I ,
Jenkins, c>f Cbiiago, are located at lira I << .
Sclden'a for several weeks'stay.. Ijj"fI t!'. I II FOUR BARGAINS : a .\ d"all! nt \ L. .u,.. with .M. am, 11. ..t. Electric LijjLts, Bath ; Lumber Yard, Magnolia{
f'1 Mr. and Mr,. \\ Lite and Mr- Mc- : 1'. .u.bir.g., : Fl' ant: surro'jndinga, t<.. \\ithm three minutes walk Sanitary: Heal Avenue and F. E. e. If. h iy.
I .I C.V.. Kaufman Mr.s.: Kaufman', I i, :. .1. ,J'" ,J.. -fffi.ar.d ,-h'ir"lr. III.,' blk from of the ** j Estate Disc, Ul door south :
I'UUburg; Mrs. Chs. W. )Iullt'tt: w- : Intire, Ohio people! have taken rootiijiu I I : For Sale at Low Price *. << Ferry and Rvrr[ I )IO r})SOX, postoffice. 1t'. H. ED-

t ark, Ohio; C. W. Dunbar and wife, the Owen: cottage 1'er'insua! Drive|, : : MRS. B. P. SMITH Proprietress : and Manager, Daytona, Fla. Phones at office, yard
One l l.al1ucL.lI' *':' s'' ( residence.
< '' |1' r
1'rov Mrs. .\. II. Jordan, of Pulaskia! i i tt .
idcnco. 1 It.: I. th- is.viwliug
are ntw
f among : : sb.isccc.wccccowww4ci1.4tt 1i+ !m
.1 I arrivals at the I'rinceaa I .*D4&. in the city, !gvift "f Mrs. A. I. sj.y.. F114FF1fit11'F1 f41111.:
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The Parlor Concert a beu<.Lt fur U.C Sillier! on Seabreeze.Dr. Two .3 acre lra>'ton UiiigcWOCH : .................................................. :IaI "'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII'iill; ", "ii.iiiii. ,
I colored kindergartens of Dey tons, under Isigck has let t1.evr.tract to 1 I.. : avenue, cyst >tio<"' airs : N I "' "

i. ? the auspices of the riulatithropicol l>epartuicntof Z. ItjrdUV fur a resident cottage tu be *. for 8. I I)4': < ""each. : Bond Lumber

-! the I'aluietto Club held! ,. built on a Pile recently purchased on |'i i 1 new Reo Autouiubile. *. i Company il MilIerStnJim"CaSuccessors

t Monday afternoon Ifuiifax avenue, :Seabreeze.Ynlc : .
at the I
residence of
i : .\\lJrl"bl: C. H. FOY : \ .FACTlRbKSOF ::
Mr. and Mrs. Thontaa: F. Cordia and i in ,. Hatch and niece, Miss l'a\E'at'i i' 1.tvTtsA. I
', 1111111111111.1.11...1.1.. f ROUGH AND DRESSED ; r
Mrs. Cordis' charge, was a high class who have been at I'&lulkaih& for st-vtraJ / to
: luusical offering as well as a successi sal weeks, are spending the remainder; >.( :II : \I !I. PECK
financial venture. After the musical 1: the bca,uD at the Sta.ide Inn. i i I, Phillip E. Robinson Architect : } & FOSTER.

i program the were incited to .... v Nation: UiuVV | | Lath, Shingle:\ Flooring.
company ; -- f p. t.atiDllYl. !J, tin Ceiling j Brick Lime

f I adjourn to the vcranJoa and lawn ; Felt THE LL( lSL\Tn'l. I C'. I r ..1. :-... 10 lalr KI..I flonii MBKu I| and Cement in :Stock.\ II Family Groceries

41 where a garden: party was enjoyed and I hereby announce myself as a candidate : t\ -- !.. -.. pSuM'Mdu'tlrtto"Kslamazoo ? t"IIU"
t.4 delicious punch served by the following ( for nomination to thc office of 't TrJpl'i'1 PatA IS/IIiM'.n s.deu x111.1.!'4-Bond III.;t \t.antl.'oa.t Line It,.. t4Amiel.watauf. ==
.il I young ladies Mbscs Weaver, 1'ieraoA n, member of the House of Represents n OD hanTorU Branch of the K E.C. Ky JKwnriii: If' :: Grain Fancy
I lives, subject to the action of the .( I
Harding, (Gimlich! liurgnuu and McConuell. ,,I a..SI..n Phone : "
a'raUr : .- It J. and Food
I Ikrn-I I r ; :""I&\lUlUa:. IAL8V, Manager. r
The artists: contributing music YIACOX _
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-' pieces of Sterling Silver suitable some nice DAYTONA AST Cut this in two or duarter it if you ............................... ................... -S
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:: wedding or anniversary presents Your like or figure to net $100 per crate and LOW TIDES 011 the BEACH

4 ANN....................: Inspection of our store h reque..,ted. CELERY CENTER. you still have a handsome return on I I.
Visitors always welcome. your investment. The writer has no ::1 Insure Your Trunks Dq Mlntl N FE" MRCM A..... .
\W. hare one of the most complete Geo. H. Clark Jeweler. land for sale and no schemes to promote.All .I :
workshops on the East Coast. No.job tux are welcome to visit Hammock I : ; J_ _12:45_ _12:25_ ._ 1 _
too Urge or too small for us to do. Fine Next Tuesday will be St. Patrick's Some Facts and Figures Bearing on Grove farm on Second avenue within 2... 1:30_ 1:12_ 2:15-
All Day. I. 3._ ._ 2:15._ ... 1:58.. 3:00...
our specialty.
watch repairing Celery Culture in Volusia i the city limits, where every detail will : und 4_ : 2:43... 3:40-
CountyBy iI protect against fire at hotels raiI- : 3:10: -
engraved free. Mayor G. B. be those Interested. I I :
good Seaman was a visitor to I given to 5_ 3:55_ 3:27_ 4:20-
L. H. ROWE k CO. The Jewelers. Jacksoville yesterday. W. F. Holmes. i Sanford has the advantage of having 0 i 6_ 4:45: ? _
road stations and on trains. in fact 7_ 5.31_ 441. 61Q...
James Laughlin, Jr., and Mr. Hugert Meet me at Curtis' and keep cool When figures are consulted one cannot created a market and buyers are on the I.. ; M 8_ 6:10_ 5:47... -_ 6:53.: ..

"<" drove over from Zellwood Tuesday in at the popular fountain. help but exclaim that Florida is the I ground. We are assured by the association the policies coyer your baggage and I 9_. ... 7:09_ 6:30? 755...
former's Cleveland car. "Poor Man's Paridise". With the best of buyers that they will come to ; _10._ sao: : 7:30_ sss...
the Mrs. W. F. Gille. Jr., entertained at climate in the world with the cheapest I I I Daytona the moment we have goods to : personal I effects anywhere I 111 the I ...11_ 9l3..8:30. 9:51..
?5 Bowden Lithia $2.50. cards ; _12_ _10:10_ 0:30 _10:43-
gallons yesterday afternoon. ship, and for this the writer and
irrigation reason,
1 Hankins The supplied by flowing wells, it I ..13... ._11:00.: ._10:20... _11:28._
Druggist.Mrs. Mrs. Adele S. Martin, of Chicago i U offers the best opportunities the Farmer all Daytona are interested in the growing : r nitl'tl Mates except your own hOUJl'. ...14_ ._11.3.. _11:10._ _1150...

Frank E. Bond of DeLand, has the guest of Col. and Mrs. A. Soliday.t and Trucker. of this: crop. : ...1.5_ :- 1150._ ._12:30...
been the guest of Daytona friends this I Less than 10 years ago not a bunch of Several pieces of property j has 11 r e Will also 1 Write !I _16... ...100.? ..12:25._ ... 1:05: _
.. .
athiDg suits, and shoes the f : _1'1_ 1:33.. 1:01: 1:45.S ...
caps at hands within few weeks and
i changed
week, returning home Thursday. Chas. E. Gardiner celery or a head of lettuce was grown at a ..18_ 2:0'1: 1:3'1... .. 2:25.19. -
Co's. :Sanford which today is the center of an many more promise to do so, to be prepared I' ... ._ 2:45: _. 2:15.: ? ._ 3:00.: .
W? Mr. and Mrs. C. Nash returned home Daytona is Mill overflowing with industry that brings returns almost beyond for the coming season. Ground I : : : 20._ ._ 3:15.: 2:49: 3:45-:

their last week daughter from,a Mrs.protracted Stewart and visit family with tourists and they are all enjoying this: one's belief. With Sanford's light should be prepared through the summer Automobile I Insurance : !! :.21.: :: ::gg::: :: t : : 1:37.: ;
for seed in
perfect weather. sandy soil, it is fertilization and irrigation planting September. : r; ...23... 5:25_ 1:55: _. 6:35_
at Melbourne. that does it. The season of 1906-7 Property today in Sanford is selling as ._2-1? 6:05_ ._ 5:51... 7:43- .
Meet me at Curtis' and keep cool 'Spring Tonics of all kinds at Young'sPharmacy. moved 722 solid cars and between 100 high as $1000 per acre that could behada : f. _25_ 1:08: 650._ .850.against ... I
the popular fountain. I and 200 cars in smaller few years ago for $25 to $.j(), and my tire, breakage or t I Ie _26._ ._ 820._ .. 8:00._ ...950... :
at shipments by express .
2'1_. ._ 928.;. _.= i
Dumain Weaver resident of Miami i Cortland Buckman, a prominent real from that poll1t,and while it l is too prophecy is that the rich hammock : 28.? _10:3' _. _10:13.: _11:36- I
estate broker of Jacksonville was in early to give figures for this lands: of this county cannot be bought N:9
wu here last week on a visit with his I' Daytona yesterday. mates are made that show season, esti- one year from now at $100) per acre as : i : : : :g; :: :li : ;

parents, Mr. and Mrs. George A. \Vea-* a large increase is possible today. : ...31... ---...... ...12:49_ .__ i
last i
t For Sale-$3000 furnished season. These crops
ver on Orange avenue. bungalow
between South Bridge:; and ocean. were raised and marketed in midwinter.Two Very Truly Yours, .1.1......................NN/N...M1.............: Forenoon and afternoon Odes are ap-
fSupurb line of toilet soaps and !Sun- Apply to Dr. H. H. crops always, and often three. are W. F. HOLMES.Hammock proximately at the same hour. Auto'
dries at Young's Pharmacy. Seelye. produced between October and June. Grove Farm. ..******tl***********__**** *********w**************.. mobiles can be driven on the beach two

H. H. Thorp, who was injured last Lettuce et in October and marketed in Daytona) Fla.. March 10th. I!$$. : I'mntiur on tlm.. EIO'Ctr' light" nod : ho afterhigh tide and within two
Capt. Gleason, of the Coast Line Canal lIalifa River Jt hours of high: Wde.C ,
Saturday by the overturning of his December U reasonably' safe from a -- : IIIIIl'ru Inrllrm'f'lIIelltt

and Transportation Company with automobile, is improving. freeze. Celery set in December, Janu- Handsome Country Home For Sale At : MASONIC DlRECTORV.
in St.
headquarters Augustine, was a :
and Sacrifice to Close Estate. : HALIFAX LUDOE No. el. 1' 4: A. SiC -
tLeghorn ary February be marketed
for can
Daytona visitor Tuesday.Dr. eggs hatching, white Jt feet. II"and :3rd Tbardar..
brown, buff and black. Bert lIeacock, about 90 days, and is so immune from A Colonial house with hall, drawingroom << SCHMIDT'S HOTEL Jt HALIFAX CHAPTER, No. I. R. A. 3i.-
Addison O'Neill, Osteopath, 220 Cedar street. tf the cold that it makes it practically a reception room and stairs in red : *: ORIESTALOOJUIANDERYNo Meet.2nd Tbunday. !I.IC.T.-

Volusla avenue, near IL 11. station. tf Dr. Bert Bohannon, of St Louis, Mo., safe crop. To the Northern farmer (who cherry, dining room in black walnut, Formerly :-"hmilt't; Villa. )leetsttb Tbunday.Jt .

After a visit with friends and relativesin arrived yesterday and is the guest of at home has only'a few short months in five fine mantels, large fire places, seven <<<< tlllY: SCHMIDT do SON, proprietors hMeeetsaia ndsthTuesLays.t, O. E. ti.-

Daytona Mr. and Mrs. Jesse E. I his brother, Dr. C. C. Bohannon. which to work night and day, and for bed rooms metal shingle roof, first floor << All meet In a'lODle Hall Orange a".ue.
the greater part of the year is obliged to : DAYTONA, rLORIDA. :
Longe departed Thursday of last week rooms: are furnished complete, large
for their home in Beaumont. Texas. I Turkey dinner every Sunday and sit still and fCf:.: and burn up what he lawn beautiful palm driveway, shrub. : : P. B. DO BINS t Locksmith.Gun sed

dentist I Thursday at The Howard trI made during the other part) belongs the bery and rare imported palms, artesian *: General repairing, key fitting saw mFilll -
Houghton, west end of
credit for the wonderful development of << lItJ1l1 l 7ahk'! lla'IiJlltful ing. Trunks valises umbrellas alld
Architect Cove is preparing elaborate I well 400-barrel cistern, cement cellar.Address m ,
South Bridge, Peck Block, phone 32. U I the Sanford industry. Tomato and : ltl'i\lillnaltl.. Rater Sonny Rooms parasols repaired and recovered. Lawn
plans for a large hotel which will probably -i eggplant H. B. YARBOROfGH, Administrator 1
Henry Bosch, aged 63 yean, died at I be erected in Daytona this summer. usually follow the celery, as the Daytona, Florida. tf a.YlF35555155t. .. ......... ................................ Checks mowers and repalred tag!!.and Rubber sharpened stamps, Badcea aDd,

the Hotel Ormond last Sunday. The I third, or spring crop. 1....... ...........................................1: official seals.! 223 South Beach Street,
embalmed the & i Mesdames A. B. Foster, Leonard O. During the past two years, experiments Daytona Flo.
body was by Bingham I Time I ,
Record From Seabreeze.The
Smith and Edward Marrener entertained I i
Maley Company and sent to Chicago for I have been made in other parts of I Ito TWO BARGAINS
fur interment. : at the home of the former Wednesday the State. The rich Hammock lands of record from Seabreeze by auto

I afternoon. Volusia County producing the best of this ('ityas broken recently by I : One Six Roust House with double porch: Electric: Lights, Telephone :f Bamboo

The beauty of the thing is we can JBig reduction in wool skirts. They vegetables, offered equally good returnsFor Edwin Clute, of Schenectady, 1Y.. 1 Lie: corner lot, !y.> feet on Kidgewood by 2.j() feet. Good fence. Large :

cut, fit and make your clothes right here must go. Chas. E. Gardiner Co. the growing of celery, and without lie made the run in his Whitelearner grape vine, a nuinlxT of jK-ach trees good bearers. A good home for 1'I
in Daytona. O. S. Burnett Tailor. in two hours and twentyVfive / mutes. :
irrigation, some of the finest celery the some one. :

Macon Thornton of Ormond an- N. Wheeler came up from the West: writer has ever seen was grown near This is the fastest time f etiadc for 2 One Five IIiM: .m Cottage (one story building) lot 100xl.: feet, situated : : Furniture

nouoes for the Legislature. Mr. Thorn Coast the fore part of the week for a Daytona I last year; and with very much this run. The record bet ci/ Daytona 1 on Mulberry street. A cozy little home. .

ton U engaged in the in the drug business few days visit and to. look after some less expense for fertilizing than on the .and thi-, city ii continual%/ ing low- : These plu-es are in Kingston, just north of J Davtona. <. KM! Graded 2

and has many friends who will work Business interests. lighter soil. Celery is a water plant and ered and the trip now is regarded only 1 Sc.h..11. A riiurth and roiUiffiee: near by. 1

for his rondidary. Bakery goods:; strictly homemade, Feeds principally on ammoniaAt as pleasant drive. When the repairsin : (';tll uri ir write Is nice and attractivefor
fresh every day at Mac's Cafe. tf Kalamazoo Michigan the home of progress on the road are finished the i
Automobile for Hire by the day, the celery plant, it is all in muck time w ill be till further reduced. The : H. T. McCLELLAN,
hour trip. W. W. Abercrombie Wayside Attention is called to the announcement : of f the
or 1 part
lands where the best test is no grit in day is not far distant when a hard surface any
of General Albert W. Gilchrist. Kingston or Daytona, Florida.YmiVfuiYiYiYi .
Inn, Myrtle avenue phone 149.! tf road will connect, St. .lugustiue I
1 the soil. While it has l>ctn proven here i
Hon. J. B. Conrad drove over in his candidate for Governor which appears that it can be grown sucessfully without with neighboring. cities and then automobiles -, ..........:............................:............. house. New stock at
runabout from Glenwood Tuesday in in another column. irrigationit was the writer's faith in the will be whizzing in at all hours .............u...............,.........i""u"'ho' J J
one hour and twenty-five minutes. First class upholstering dune at irrigation that led him to open up a celery of the day.-St. Augustine Record. { A. U. HtBRIDE F.N.CONRAD

After transacting business in Daytona Hobbs, Orange avenue entrance Peck farm here and sub-irrigate,using the I C I'rtiiJtnt Cashier ;
B & Mal Co I
he returned home the same afternoon. Block. splendid (lowing well which made this For firstclo.'ssoik: I Ialtullatt'un: ingb am ey

t A good horse, wagon and cart for I Late reports from J. L. Wilcox, who possible.The laundry, phone S. tfThiee ;i MERCHANTS BANK
picture of I) acres set solid to eel
sale cheap. Enquire of Mrs. Hasty was shot at the town election at Daytona ) automobiU-s for sale .
ery is as pretty as one could wish to see.Our cheap.Cnquire 1 'Br.n-b v.ia.l.l Count, Bank) I I
i is !
Bench, that the injured man FURNITURE UNDERTAKING
Ponce Park. Fla. tf able to be up say and around. ) nearness to old ocean with its cool of McCoy BrtJ:!. .;:- Capital} Stock..... ...................... ..................$ 50.00JlVrs..naI .( F

Stephen Leland Dow, aged 76 years, breezes we figure to give us a later season Three launches for salis. Inquire of :: I Liability....................... ........ ....... 100, died Sunday in one of the Brown cot No charge: for preliminary plans and than at :Sanford; consequently a higher W. A. Barker, Ormond. tfIf : I
; a General Banking Business. I Neville H. ClarkOPTICIAN. f
taces on South llidgewood. Serviceswere estimates; supervision of work at actual price. To the many who have made inquiries want the best. for
held the house after cost. Norman S. Dayton, Daytona. tf for facts and you oranges I
at Monday
some figures regard
home consumption or to ship call at ,, 4 j IKT' rout. Interest! Compounded Quarterly Paid on ; II;
noon and the remains sent to Cedar Mrs. W. C. Smith has accepted the position ing the expense| of growing and marketing Point Grote! New Smyrnaroud, rates : Accounts U I

.t Rapids Iowa, for burial. of stamp clerk at the local j>ost- celery, I will herewith submit some arc rriMonalile and shi|.i>ed express paid Savings: n

Howden Lithia water on draught at office. Thus far this season the |position tabulations that will answer' these questions or other\\i-t.: 1't-rtl Nordman tf Safety Deposit: : Boxes for Ilenf f I
has been held by Miss Kllie: John in a general way, and to those who
Hankins The Druggist.August son. wish more detailed figures, will be more I Remember your hinds and send ;;.'.!!!!UI.'I"m.'H1..NllHII'NII'"'''''''''_''''' Ii

; II. Schmidt has received: .from han. glad to give any help |pOh\iMt I .hem a box of Knglcv.ood oranges,pricesreasonable. I -- '
Governor ISroward his commission as Gulf Refining Co., phone TO, kerosene have demonstrated what can be dune in I : (:rlc located 1 one mile \ f'Jt' OrderThatSpringSuitNow n

second lieutenant of infantry* u d hasbeen gasolene, cylinder and machinery Daytona with irrigation.We north of hotel 1 Ormond. Call on or address I I from our custom tailoring depart j;: Eyes Examined Free.
oils. Office and warehouse at Daytona K.: \\ .
Arnsdcii. Ormond.
tf !
assigned to the the have not the same tub--oil: as at I it made Ii
II LY ment. Then yon can have
Works E. UiIlinclamgent.
Second Novelty -'--- --I At ( Store.
quartermaster and commissary, :Sanford, but we have water so near the i ,1arlJewelry
I J just the want It-from I ::
Battalion, Second Regiment. Mrs. A. H. Schmidt expects to leave surface that we have, during the dryest':" ', AlbertV. Gilchrist I -...............- way you :,
cool Monday for Brooklyn, where the will times been able to raise it to the top, I cloth of your own selection and a : ..?=:uum-
t Meet me at Curtlf;'and keep I
spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. and cultivation will do the re:>t. Sub- style design oi your own choosing. ;
at the popular fountain. CANDIDA: H FOR (iOVLR.NOR: OH WOOD
Kreitzburg, who have spent the winter irrigation means not only irrigation, but : i PINE

The ladies will give a Japanese Silver here, will accompany her.Mansfield's drainage as well; laud on which we had FLORIDA We can furnish you for $25 to $*LO

Tea at the First Baptist Church on to wade after a rain before tiling, we -- --- suit
Butter and Purity the best tailored to-measure
Creamery n.- j
Thursday March 19th, from 3:00: to were able to set plants on after tiling a- k 1sA FOR SALE
bricks at { shape style workmanship -
3:00: in the afternoon and 7.00 to 9:00: Butteriue in one pound soon as the rain was o>er.: l'urtheweek r I kt: you ever wore- ,
tf 1 ft I
Birch wood's. and quality unsurpassed
ia the evening Tea, fruit punch and ending March Mh: .r y
cake will be served. All are cordially A petition is being circulated and generally Prices paid at Sanford, ... O. 11. at R.R. *J.'. -because made toUt your individual $2 and $2.50 a Strand .

invited. signed requesting the county station was $:!.:2'!.' to $2.40 net IT y I .r: i form by Ed. V. Price & Co.,

Fresh moth balls at Young's Phar commissioners to recommend: to Gov- crate; 00,000 plants are set to the acre, I 1 a: tt I r x i" / the House of Over a Thousand delivered, from Hutchinson's -

ernor Broward the apjoininent of W. S. 4 dozen plants ortalks to a crate, will i : : Tailors."
macy. + Wood Yard west of
Rodgers, of this city, as game and fish figure 1,200 crates to the acre (we shipped ,
s Ic
Services will be held at the First M. warden for Volusia County. this week for Mr. Johnson, on South I so Their beautiful line of 50O fabrics i railroad! on Magnolia: avenHutchinson -
E. Church tomorrow as follows: Sunday hitachi street, some celery that run.1: dozen .
will for bottom priceson "'
We secure you for Spring and Summer-shown
School), 10 a. m.; preaching at 11, subject lumber and other building materials. to the cate.) A net price of$:!.i0 |per ue
: "Christ's Message to John." At crate would mean $:i,000 an acre. To AI here exclusively by us-offers an '
this service Mrs. Mary C. I'phaiu Cur- No one receives grafts Daytona.on your tiThe I I day's prices promi.-e a higher m:1I keto I admirable range for selection,and & Brittle.
Norman S. Dayton, I ,
rier, who composed much of the music California is practically Florida's only 'r their original fashion plates suggest - "

for Fannie Crr:;by's hymns, will fin,. Indiana Day reunion at. the Methodist competitor, and will remain so becauseof many novel ideas for the ben S. "BURNETT,

Evening services,7:30; prayer meeting, parsonage at Daytona Beach, the cheap irrigation there. Northern I ef it of particular dressers. i

Wednesday evening, 7:30. Wednesday, was attended by about i markets: will not come in until July Ith, Tailor.

fifty residents of the Ifoosier State. A I and the nearer to that date we can ship
AVENUELOTS Come in early-before everybody
FINE BEACH AND sumptous dinner was served at noon will we realize the littler prices. We Orders Taken for Royal TalloriacCleaning
FOR SALE NEAR COUNTRY I else is dressed up-Wld see fabrics :
and the afternoon was spent in listening I figure that with the cool scathe here on I Pressing, Altering and

CLUB HOUSE. II. L. K. SEA- to remarks made by tourists from the East Cos"tC can more safely market \ > faction., mal hum, u III:; trnughthiru N os. 4404, 4308 K, 4368 J, Repairing for Ladies and Gentlemcn. -

BREEZE. tf that state.fPhone2Sandwewill. our celery at the time when the other ,iut (II.I -:use "UI :i> :i ''-.nulid; tculuiif "PTlIIII "". u. ..M," ea. 48201, 4276 HII and style de- ,'
1 We call for and
The Gazette-News publishes in another call fur your fellow has none to offer. Hot weather aim ingU t.anckd. Ik will U- K..I..U.. 1..1 r ,......t.tl.. signs 485 493 and 401.'Then "
with drought cause the celery toget glad to rtT'I\.t the upjxtrl of the corporatums. | .tE4.V.PriA .., *rek"** deliver all goods."
article on may
column a well written and pressing. All work done .. .,"cku tell us to take your measure. i I Avenue DAYTONA FLA.1'hone
the advantages of Daytona as a celery cleaning what is called "black heart;;' it may i of the anticorjxjrationtht1: I Cottage ,
by white workmen exclusively. to seed. Kalamazoo celery is I II prohibitionists and the antiprohibitioni.ts ANTHONY BROTHERS I No. 32.
center, by W. F. Holmes. Mr. Holmes O. S. Burnett, Tailor. j also go ,----- "

ia interestsd in celery growing at San- grown entirely during the hot months 'I'I'I of local plonists! the ChriStians// .111.1111.111.....1111.11........................ .... ,
ford, and this year has gone into it lIon. Joffersou B. Browne and Mrs. j I of the year. Why not on the ocean I and 1 the Jews and of the i HALIFAX i'I Ii
and expects of Key West, and lIon. John S. :: coast "I'nblicans and tinners." lie would I
quite extensively at Daytona, Browne, I 31
to ship twelve carloads. He is Beard, of Pensacola, were in Daytona i I Sanford this year has suffered from I even accept the support of Pharisees. 1 i LIVERY AND TRANSFER CO. : t p

of and the gentlemen j I blight, while here we have not had The corporations: cannot d> without'
very sanguine over that prospects Thursday, two. I I I : JAMES
in this and the color with us isperfect. the and tile cannot do 2 RIX Manager. r
making Doytono a celery center, and opened the political campaign I this trouble people, people t 1 l J
the Neither : .. rtPl.&a'Im... T..p:1.: ; : ;:
at the Armory- without corxiration.[ ; ar 'Ill" o4w :
his article is well worth reading. section by speaking I II I : -
: aD evening Owing w a cumbt'nation : Sanford figures about $300 PIT acre to should be allowed oppress the
Thursday __
IIthcr'j (II" r 'II' el all :r ln- 1'la".Uaul'd' ", s
tFor Sale.! Any one wanting a of circumstances only about, 100 fertilize and market an acre of celery I III Capital ia organized, labor 81 18.' l'al" !r ,,,:t.pp 1'011.lr11011. .
food winter residence facing HalIfax were present to listen to the II where everything is hired done. This ganizc. : (' !Oll< :." ,

river, high ground, will get speeches.For persons II includes from $120: to $150; |per acre for I The license tax law licensing each I .1111.111111111.....................111.1... ..11111111,

a bargain by addressing A. B., hammock I fertilizing: (we will not u Sale-20 acres choice order that taxation should bear more I
-News. here.) I
I I !
land, 5 acres in bearing orange! grove. Cost of ." acres of farm land at evenly. I Norman S. women

,One of the most enterprising pieces of Chas. F. Wethercll, Holly dill tf I $100 per acre...........................*. .*>00 Article XIX of the Constitution provides Dayton i: Saves:! per cent of time and T";

public spirit exhibited.by a Daytona business and Tuesday evenings, March I I Clearing, planting and fencing, for Local 1 Option. The qualified per cent of fuel.

firm for some time was the decorations Monday Oberammergau $uO per acre.............................. 300( electors (not the Governor) approve or i your neighbor or
the famous I I I
of the window of the jewelery 16 and 17, will be presented at the ; Preparing with 3-inch tiling, veto: constitutional arueiKlmcnts. lie i is REAL ESTATE.mhk I .W. H. EDAKX\DSXV(

tore of L. H. Rowe &: Co., during the Passion Play benefit of :St. Marys I II 1'' $100 per acre............................. 5 50 not on the recently constructed land I

visit of the Cleveland Grays. Around I \rmoryfor the will I I Irrigation Yo'cll.-............... 73 wagon.; j p- --
The pictures "
Jjk| edges of the window, were diamond- Improvement Fond.Manager W. B. Benn, I Boards for bleaching: telcry........ 350 He .ommcntcd life working ia Can"f f jioi-crty. I 1st tll'l'" >r south of poitoffice.: \\ II. ED- f i --- THE FINEST '

shaped red, white and blue cards, with be produced by Quincy, Florida, at a salary of $1!>.00 MON D.,ON. Manager: Ikiytuiia.) Fla. I'lans, Estimates andSuperintendence. 1
"Welcome Cleveland Grays" printed oneach. 'of the 'Gator Moving Picture Theatre Total.... ........................................$1 i flOur month and boarded himelf. He and BATHS
thousand feet of : per Luinl, .cr yard. Iagnoha.H UllC
of five i
of the and will consist II will and tiling at
In member \
addition each II has himself been a hard workitg, struggling -
one of the greatest l F. E. C' Railway. 1'huiiea at office, yard and residence:: I l
films presenting
the arrival ON EARTH
Gray party was presented upon cents.I less. man and he knuws what it meansin \ .
of the train with one of the cards I events in history Admi. son I The price for tearing will dependupon others. lie has never married, he . . i FOR MEN AND WOMEN 2 i
of the land. I . . .

the party left the city a vote of thankswas W. G. llobbs, Box Cost of growing and marketinirop a has been spent more in thoughtful consideration LILY WATER }
its enter- right drop a card to of celeryInvestment ............ .................$l of other than of him Daytona Ice Company f
firm for it.An people .
extended fix
to the to I'M
prise. 82, he will send a man ............................. ......, 172JTotal self. He feels sure he will be fleeted m Tki Bctt Wattr f r Takl J.

/ 'Don't be fooled by buying ready- intimate of knowledge this locality of the will build-ave: .......................................... .. 322o "if Le gets enough trade votes.off :a single lIe does office.: not PURE ICE i ELECTRIC LIOHTj'Made
interests to PLANT
John clothes ing the acre $>00 to $1:0.1.J ; propose
madea Proceeds d
< and
ordering cheap extra Distilled Water. _
many annoyances, and perhaps 112.500.After There is honor in being Governor. If I from
from Chicago, New York and Cincinnati you costs. Let us advise with you. It ( 1000 at $2.50 per crate net tainted with dishonor Le does out want Factory corner Hailroad: and Yolusia avenue. 4

,when you can have them cut, fit Norman S. Dayton, allowing for investment, I . . . .
_-** *V and made to your measure right here in l costs you nothing. tf net_............... -.....-. ....,_......iy17a the oflice.

- Daytona, O. a Burnett, Tailor. Daytona s

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POLITICAL( ANN QUM CEMENTS. \ FOP. rr Under acd Inr Tirtcc of .:;,
i Ptjp.e o( Vul. aifuflv C .:::.t1J Notices :I ou& ol4e Oituil istisoed
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r "au4 Oatr\ :y ar1 ;..a tr :"t t..? ..:: e r T..... ,i.._...ltr.t 5eTmW JodJdaJ Circuit oft n.1.

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BEFORE AFTER :ar1H *r M,ueit voor votes and ,.upW>K. t& prodic&wbemaTImporttog -
jfe'l per
Ii AND a&ov .. ..... l ,:?t J.1Ib. JJarcb H; Company,
r .. ilr {..K La ... .. .1-. .W" I J'baV4" +tted you in this rApt.t.r a Kaprxs ... ... ta0 1wC D barze. aDd .'_
..IDtb. &a : r.-. _.,. aa. b fe're. and Wiev[ that n y A.n".1"If'd{ z. otke of Faa1 by Titttr( t"'
--', :'.''a.a Mr.-aty Coral) r..mt Pfjd "t I"1tMk la.aa uttr at-taife of the ,fix* hart my rs;- ....1..- '- '.':"!..t>j even that[ six months of Hhaois. is pUiatiiT, and L Gua <
.. .. ..... 14th day of is dffeodenl. I Lave levied -
.111 raarid ttlMl o ,epee pU<*s tie in A. fc ett.r posjtioaiw aftt r ...t' t. 'Jr. W _
iij USING +' : .'., -fooo_4Ntltrtty DI11 -wdclrro'.. Ia rr"" 3.0all r t t,.t:. ww satiafotonlr tbaar a Le* :r. tm.tr A L J im tbe tmdf'rsgLtdj > end wiU aril at pcbiie; eatery '11': .::;
; fftr Ia tdnoe.. '@' MT"O> and untried nuo. -r rAe cot f&JPlbsr j Itdtsuniltrav't of the Estate rAlite Prmunc. its front door d the t'Oalt boose..-.;.
sac Tale 't :....1! County' Land, Florida. on the first Uoid
-: .r.. spefl.oe : vttb the vnrfc nf theo ire.I ;: } !late ofom '
bu w"o4a Aprfl. A. O.. 100j. b-ing the 6UidLtbe
i S3 I bray tnptrtfullywr. Florida de++ai, mil) PUll"Bt
1!:' I rf1', y 4: '<. I D. P. -}11TH .io the HoDorabk- J. Tx )JeCP" aid wroth daring the \ <oLtir -
K eI I I for totbehixbeftt and Lew
FOR SHERIFF. --- .. CuntJ aad apply .
COLLECTOR.i admioisuator 01 said for easb, the foxing dnrribedtatetowit
tk11, FOR TAX final .a trs.estate. :L"
... :..ta meihtd of abno'iatinfC It RfKmOnUf t!! :-IM I. BJvk 51
__ .. T-J LM ritir Voter of V.4u. Cc.-
i i
r ab'Jdate f--r ti. >* ?(4 i iV o Adtoiaitint I rtJt .Y : aa.County at the come? I vtn fI"'Y'vaiM upon for JIIIIIC leried &I the 1W
'i four Bwte: 1M for Ta.x This ManLt 1-1". lt'Ue property propat 4t
t. if -J'rtd. to pr.S I y ears to race the deffodect, L G. WiflUaine; _;
93 m .. .. ** ib: ait bor>-< 'Collector but k.v* arftrred uaoeorn J. P..

1r' t .,. . I'.j.SBust J"1)fI rejfwttL P. |of iLru P'"brAt.rn2ii fnfDIi. far for pstam t First pub. F..tJ.2I< + ; talc pub- Man 2Xolie 1 Sberiff of Votasia County;: : TUUt1t Forid:-:J<<

:. *}MITH 3)yirlta !+'aa'u think bat to,ffattea ootfcr.
year* service .Q one of tue best is hefeby given that on the > Fiat pOO. lIa.rrh: If}

i pay>Lg ofeees .n tie county aiioaid be 3W day of I/aech. A. (J., li+ the Quardun' :.Notice.Xouee .
Hair :: LL arr. fv: k*&t for any oce man ,*nd demaod- prdiaDDlUbei 11Ia0 eCld.j'
'. -. -f \.113 '; it; a change 1 hare decided to eater tbe 1 sad H e, _t Me(.'leHan. IIIiDon. mill I is hereby given that

..r! ,, !race at tbe'&ext pnmary. ,pply to the Htla or We J. LMcCroy, spied guardian of U&rru
t tJ .'.r. 'cr'. -#!If r a raadi.a have been a Mpfnrter cf tbe demo- coty: Jtt/ir of Volusia+ C a1a1y- Niver, a minor will. on tile tbellDder.l

__, ___ r : \ .. .-.a fowuty ,rUb i l i craUc party la VoJusia! county for the Florida, for nrfder to sell! aa ttaldi>rid- April A. D., KKfe. apply. to :
-i I : :f -. Denoratiei }, piit twenty year My c AStituentt Jude of ,.
able '
| the f&JIowttg County
Tonic i !k ..-;-. .: I ;I iedse anyaeif t 01 i i j I krraayIna attitude >n fxriitics and if my ;iot, rwt .. ,.r patrf-oi i ..f land 'lying and Florida at his office ir. i L1eLmd Ffe
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I' TMOVJ VWOOKS _u e roos .al .- 'iif law of Uieii i;'I -*rt rte .:&I! warrant your beinc in t;:*- ..mity. ..Volusiaaod tale for an order to ,..,11 at a ;,nv te cale. :I
i t i! ..-. r, a: .' r.--t. The affair- .>i'i support for a :'iromoti it..ilI be very ;; of rk>nda, and des'nbed a' follows. owit followinr{ 'hcr i .brd rt-at E-'.&tr4 .
.Ifi.e' .
: *-v W't '<< ability.irsert. mLlda apprtru'te'1
I"ommtnr << at a i PDt (III Kid; ice!: to :aid minor to ..t "
I Lou viLLi. '., May>!'i'l&05.GentUmen ; cent bottles! and have a IKs. I-':;l'.\: r svt r ,. .:': '-, j--* !:.' -uppr,rt of alltr I I I am familiar with the duties ?f toe wood avenue. 445 feet north of Maine eE3brl' heat seventy-five ?S, feet

I'f; cf hair: than I ever r.d.l in my :iif-r. at. .' T: cite. office and fe-l 1 safe in saying. I can sett' street ranning thence east on a line at Twenty 'J0: / Memento, and L

:1 I also enclose tak LEE lliRRIS. you to your satisfacti. I have no '' rwfat ande with Ridgewood avenue Twenty :20i, Btoek ne 1 Ih"ae.dI. ,-
: photograph ';n a flute** nor faie ornues to make' ', ,
:1 pi tbewQiwe Tbr
t 350 feet: tbenc nortli 95 feet; < and Lot e : Block T !}
!t feweeks ago, showing:: the vronder- f'P. L.JK: !: I.t t IKCI'IT CO"'RT.I farther thou I ttU artif elected, I i t 250 test to RieJe"rood'eDue; ():) Kingston and Lot Six 16' ; of "I

.f Allow ir e to say a word endorsingthe ful results: in a short t-r:: : ;. bait tarp preeiact once a year fur the f tbeoce outh alone Ridwwood arras too: subdivision of Block fifteen (I )
I' J remarkable merit of Rexall f. >n1O.'...- .. y.--rs.f \' Co.jm ._ purpose of giving the ri tia n. an opportuoity ; 95 feet to the plat* of bewfisin in KtagMon. aH lywg and being ia
your: I take; great pleasure: in makirj: I : :a .if.i.i.ite -,f ". ieetk>n to the II to pay their taxes. what a known aa the Kingston tract County of Voiusia. and State of

/ -03"f Hair Tf, ic. this statement to 0:;. entlerrTi. endorsing tr.'* f f :>-i :i tb- Circuit Court of.aC" If the dciiixra'ie party fhouid{ see '. bP loe pari .A fiia:.. ". Atter or's MI IDA L. IER.. Gaardiu..
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. t M'attertiol was called! to thisrern-* t *.-. : asIpd respectfully oJwit I tit to honor ritt with this promotion I.: 'llliJlI ...t'r,. if. r. lt..'I.EI.L.\, I n.fc-Marfb l lthl50i. tc
Rc.xall3'; Hair: will : it gratitude.
your jrea "-upp..r. toe Primary t? b* keMv I ,!card arz. _
1 I edy by one (,f your clerks, who a.Tonic j : and v-rC:: answer promptly! all: '! Pith, .\. D. J'4U l ). I not. I wiU beatu&e ;
.. and rvmaa a democrat tbe La. i. ,rd I.r.ati' Oj T atla:
antetd beyond it would 4./ uH ; : $ ..rl honr >me with ani ju-t SMKI Flr: Z'.U.E; \ I \ll. : u at tU .
question stop inquiries: regardin:: ; i:. .. v.TI.I-I :.all:l endeavor to dieharg I I i Thanking my friend for part fav.rs. \.. .... :. ':' ....:. I.IeT: ,. r..i.t: Plant:
1 .. m)' hair falling; out, and abo put my: I am at special cf the .. '..i'itief t;.*. idle* aatifa, torilv to I Ii' .1 :am. Voura to .x&i&aad,
scalp in 1 healthy condition for new present agent : i: at -.'. !.,'.. 'iire':t#. I i! W. H. Mi BRI )E.i :.
I Western and Southern Insurance: : V urs if-ry truly, j -- -
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I i hair. Company "l-)) C.'urier-journal; UtI MM' LL D.>)RDA {I Ir ton T.X55E.. }1!. :M.ORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY ,

hand photograph before n..t.l;.., :. : : To the Pruple'(1''lueia
you startfee .1.1.........,.,r. t.. > cv.: -
ing to use it, which shows me lobe to.- Very rtsjocctfullv. r I''K Mi.MBEH BOAR I I-) OF .\1oItIiIIIr S4i a y'n.(ala Taxes ao I forJ1J wxdietcn!*a Couaty.Coant} 1l1C:1LTIMECARD No. '-I. CORRECTED TO FEBRUARY 5, 1914 1 t tnLo
.. :.1f/:AT1US. -
nearly bald. After using; two bottles! : :. ;reU', .,..:.....n( :,,1'i" il .. ._.findr' ate i I The tax,book= at that tub- sure far ;"..7:7: "to.1' } No. 29Daily STATIONS.D0' 7& No. 74 Dar 1 1

I saw decided improvement, so continued nifAf1 "-tk'i.-a' ta mtti.tK-r r,f the from ptrfwrt, a r-ompaii",n <4 vhicfairh i1""lv{ Dally Daily Daily_ .
(] the tax book of will -- .. .. .......,. .
Uxlajr .
I ft ..-, jtt tify ; ; 'f. Lr .Jaraeaablle I Ju : t
yf K/iuratioti. I Ari pct ; -
its tsIlavu used sevc1J- '1> T1 A .r.y : -'jhjct to !I my <-iaim} that I have made gnat im I.j ., an amr.......... .rt; aa.il'aatacrui& .. (! 6 : : < .t. j
CVVQ P 4 "if 0" ': f th l', iMmocratic Primary u> j I ., 4.7am .... ,L LLr: 'Jtu. ) -J : ,
tf .. :," ,.j May i->. !'J+*( aDd if <-iert !d wiUT provement in tiiia work, wlacn ie now i isecond i i t .:::: :: <
..' :i. a'. tf, diy harp the dlJt .r tbe I| to now in the state. ,' : .: v "> {.ca .1 o ua _..._._:...._ *- -
1 r*slxx:tfuJiy nnounr my canuidacy ; i 34m : ill tm Lr..... ........ ..... .... M? pa ; a : j 11wpm
Tint is a remarkable ca.-'.-an exrep.ir):, ) i,.p. r.:!'!. V.:'! -' -1 r"Ca: ; ::d.. ..r. -< h"- t""t of n.y."flay. I j for r -(;<>minaUon TO raid office Mibicct i ito 'uaa .. wsmrn. t:12: pfBm .7 ;: : ; a.

=#'. Yoi11 grow I air un ea ry'a; : : :-. nx.. !>:r: .; r.r.' .. t-.1: : : !):'.p ';LO F. c'Korcn. i i'R ii i iio the iJetuocratic Priibary. a*a -U2'*> pa pa t ........ ..t Knttlvlrt THotrilie ..:. .;; Lr Lr., I2--7 112pm j.ia' :.if: f": at1: J

.7 falling hair r- '!.: : *. T t ..1;jrr.-. : -i : '.:r ':.Tijng.. If It yoa that if honored with aDO Jer tertu 2-4fm ""' "' "
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I Hi Li..J1dlDCrae; ..... ......
will 1144
I II d -tute tat efforts the .if pa an-
4i to
1 ;; t. .Jc t:;; bottle: and wc'L/ ref-n: t-c o-> tents j.- i -r jt.YOUNG'S i OM STV Jf n". it.: my ; ; : pr LT Fort Hue Lv tHuvn .
: faithful r
'.. diMbitrv ft the <
1 '1 I "*: Uiia Dbelh'jdf iriforri.iiig tii* I Gai,... ;. i.. pat at. ........ftuf. *! PotoeUD .......Lv TSOaaBroken 'e ".a,
,eI I .-P- ',f Volusia 'I.1Dty that I am a For your pa.-t kindb'-A uiid. con.-4dera- :. ;- ? 15 (.. Lr. ..... ....... ........... Lr, .72S a. a':: ./aJ J
PHARMACY r .:,'::1'1s"I'tr'! :-kwtlOU t.r,. OlfiCt, of I thin I iuank 1 P ::':'. f.u 1 .lu I.PI Ar......... ,,:tai... ........ Lr amMiamL. _I.: au CIA y fJPALATKA ;
J"u'fTY much sad wUlj i i : .. Lr_. . .... .. ..... Ar2: 1
: yjn "
; y JiitigT:, -ubi -ct t4'ti.Cttrn! - ,, r Homestead
I I C. B. YOUNG, Prop. :i>" ;.-,'K.r.'k prin.arj t<, U ti,-i'j May }.t ;j hand. prtciaf- a S. B. \\lL: US.p &t :your ; t u if:. .... ...- . Ar .Kalcbt'f its I>oek::.:::: LT I.r'J1W...... a> .. ;': aif : }
: ''< ''. -fii'/aM .1 D4.,
j 1' you again nonor a i.hn : | I -
I satffgg ." >/ I >haidU:! avor, a.11 tLt -- -- I BRANCH
k'' t The ; Store a-t t<* .' .-.-f ,""Tiy:) t., :&11..r I 11.oIJY artbouriee myself M a eandi-i CAST Arrive Lv PALATKA TO AI.f[ !
.j 1.1-.1.\ M. < R"m. 2it daft f',r the }xriti'a't Tax .\.adlrur of 1: .'ililu;; : TO PALATKA PUadca, :PtlnkA; EAST PALATKA w...

i a .- ,_ ,_ _, .. . -- I|i nM.ruto Volu'i.1 ''uiy.t,.- !idd, in on the May Deiuocratie I9th. I have Pri- : :;: .. :::: : : 2; r <:: 34C E| 645 W am No.47 No.O tHL.- .- .,
mT .- .w.-- w.- .... .- .- .. .... .*** **** ...***.' I DHta a !',nL0at I I ute ', N. I'a-ir : 9 ,6 : 11 30.::::::: a 31 : :: s VIM n'U -
A my ; .... .. .
; "" :2 l2iymj .... .. ._. .
: 11 Accumodat.es Fiftv. :' :or-d.l if :.opartd by the ck1wlCratic. votere : ::. \ : }4 I $..)- 4.b yin I} j iGOym 4iif.ni104O No.\aWlallr.36 ImiirNo. .. .t. ; *

City Hotel I HE PINES I 1 All NEW Co..nl.nc.HOVSE. .. :.. nl I proriii-e Voi'j.-ia to( /uuty 7" if rs.

_. '10 '., ; ; (.( the offict. A T. PA1TILL- -- +- .MATEO BRANCH _

OPEN All THE YEAR ;. K.ir : ..V. > I l',-r l Iay'> and I r i 1'. :Speeial' l,y Month, 1 :: !. ----- -- ---- I save at EAST PALATKA- Arrive I j Leaw i SAW MATEO TO Amr
tOR iIrl'NT1 San San
TRE.\ l'REIC. (.. TO SAX MATEO :1 |
I t a : ", : ,? ;fr' < .'::: ': 1. ': \ ; :r,;:' ,:!;;,. f'rr.a.if' a at ; :t i' : .Er.If I t.&.>- this metitod to inform. the rot 40-an> I I.=-\ ). 4 WI1... .... HO a9' 4t5am'''.. .. .... *.
; : .I : : ? : } 1'oluusCrsaaty th .. Sat
1 ; l4iatlr
11r /*; :! ., i.' iljr.: LifJ lJ'J! J [ i :; i. : 1 : ; ; I,"akl t "rrnda a, 11, : t will be a. ::; 1/:1, ..........:s..3. lIAl11 ....... 3U J.m I 'I S:>O.m ..?...... o. M Irur... [:
[ "s 'e ..,. uiridKJai: for tel.tiO3 T'ir 'n 1u. .... .. .t tr
!! .b ''1 : n .ie:1 'r: ru'h'ry ah'I i to the office lf' : I'aa IIS m. 1130 m '.... .. I'aCi'
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: o.1iU :
'jj&f KIL'-IRICBLLI.- 1 / : : .I 1t.r'ifI': ;,, .,,: "; : ; ,:"fJ \r' ::7raill& 'County Tr' __ __
kl I .
llt a' ,1 I'if : 1t 1U f .Ioa. -a.-ur!r, ubRft t" the action :''' w .. .t -
&* : ;:",..mIr ... ... .. NoI ri Q.17 .
: ,
><, '::. J''o.-J Ha':: AI'u'.r "I'i w prlu' .alI : of the f>iiio('rati'> Primary to be held: D. -.0, 11..11 HM'jpui "' :. I
t #5. -I-1 : .:> rir -r$8g ;,- e May K!,UI, 1'!?",>. f'rotni-iug if eJetied yu.r, -orir! ,.. L U acn. BRANCH"o. 1'... '

I r. r 1 # : ( '1 JI.\ I II I ?( J.\) \O\I..1E.1.It' : 1 1" '1 ( .1\.\Y J. : to r.-foiin tlK- dIu.- ,/f the office in the ;; ,.m :') :Oam '5-, '> 10111 atAam ...... e,.... ..Art I 7 30 am 11 iw \ .'L'LoIj .
a' : iO'vaia pt- ys
c fut u' i- ;in the to the Ut of f"ym'I Ilw.mLy..YaDlo,,( Beach. .
.l }f-a.-t.
J ., tt; ra'I my Y44 Lr, Mam '1'1: : 41'.1
t. H : 'IkS. J. L'. tll' ,I Kl {Proprictrrs.s.'Xd : .,bt1! ':. -.I. gilltratrf111tutll"eeWix; I yin: y u't ;am '1 r.q1 846 ::iLr.; :...:.AtiantieBe.cii. ,LT 644am l.'lAr !!'... f
: Marport :: r-
t GEO. H. MATTHEWS will: f.r/r-i, -Aifh !tHouT tf":1L: :" LT aa' am l?'w t

sR 33'. South NiJze'; Avenue UA1 10\\: "L.r .\. : J J. VISZAXT. I"ltiy! io..1 u..ir m.Dle Cly Branca' JJ2 { J'fo.4 Na II Sur" Branch >.. I:

I'kOPKlLIOR. .- ... .- ...... .-. .......-.-.-...-..-..-_-_-A _-_-.-_ -_ -_ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._. ._ ._ ._ ._ -_ _. ._ ._ ._ ._ .4._ _. ._ ... ._.. -- :' 'i-.; -;::Yiam' L\lw cmFnaAL I 100 pm 610 l.I.1I1 I 1I.lIr U _
(30 .
: .: .. pa am LrTif.--; \ IW .
t :' OI1'JfJao, L ;
t4...tN....? t1I0l64,.......N't'N .................t.....tN4N- 7'lx.Ir'raUCtuter::1"1'1.1\. : t I"JH 01 KEGiSTIt,1TI0ti i jjpso; :Ul'jaia. L:.;oraige Lace Utlto Citr; Lr.ilJW Lr.;12l pra pm 440 lpmi pm'!: ijOara ar..art., d J> .ti a >;"

.********************* *** ** >* .* *** .... .. ..... -. .. At c .Avenue c I .'1/, a candidate for"ufl'v1lJSiaC re-efeetk/o uDty- 1 :-Il3J gLAr >ranc City Je.: HQQ n-n 4 3O_pm i.....:::_::: _:::.?:::'::.'.'.'... .:.: -

I r : CLE'ELA'TD1atoolia: site I'ostoffke. E o.1ic: ,.- ',I sui,,.,rxiaor! of Hes tratk&to at the.d ..*"..a.o'au.. *tins- made ** MUlBl' witb .t.*..alp. of the P. a.d or*. S. ('Oal-..', f.r

PALMETTO HOUSE : I .. a.i< yourHiport; fJcdgteg! myself: !o -"j.oc'--.;..... made .t KnlKht Key Pork for Key West and Harana.
S. B. GREEN: : the faitnful WAd ioipiirtial '.'Th... IUrHt 4Mr.
Jischarge of .
| T.JIK howth tlm. .
It' which
:1 i. tL 'Ju-i'- of the office.If'jjectfully tin .n.1 .. the..ral autior. train IDay'> expected I. ar-
; bu* thelr .
i Well Known and Popular' '. ii".f! 1'J1I.. ,.;- ':. ..11. II a' :-t;t ,'y 1'1'.11.1.- Yours, or r..t..d ary I.'on..gn.nr.oat_ tuaranteed:I arl.fnrtthrrefrom.nor ds the Company held mrrlT Ja.a.U 1 r ',departure poa"Ihle for allhe cite d..I.l i'.e.,

2 :. l.s' ; l.iii.tj. l'rjtr.l; :.;.: ':r..t".I'a:" = J"HXR. WETI1ERELL. _
: S I __ __ __ __ hW / LeraiTlmeCard! orOtheenf.raar/or
I (11111) us: ( ''h\! '. llnusrov :! <;, J. II. RAH="ER TI7 ; TICKJ T AG>E: tT ,' .
: J : < 'll'll| fur j 1 i'07-0 PI.JJ\H: :\IJJ: T OF W.iriv Assistant General Paslj. Agt., ST. At'QUSTlNE, FL.UKIUA
Overlooking: the beautiful Halifax Kiver, : : : :o5Tnn"TIf '

4 f 1, tiiI':. <:*I\'A\ ; ')[ olusia ('oui.t\ .
Daytolla\) ; }homelike and CENTRAL AUTO (OARAGE.( --I: I .L .
: ''omfortahlehouse. ; : : ( ;.t-f' ) r"-'x .tfully: unhuuh' -i.y.
4 f.lu'llda': y f'.r the office of( (I'ouijty' Sup I

: Fi..*t-'Ja"1:" in all "revertC. .-. : :S .' I r f.. ,,,... ri ',._. .r,i, >[h'1'it''f I'ublHIiitriKt.on'. : -...ut. i ;.'mod
: ;'.-t': !': ...- pri.ailiirg{ } IL n., .. r .' ;,

0. CHAMBERL1N i Repairing Promptly Attended To. i I I !J. i.,,...., .... FULL
.41ft Proprietor. : ; | : : .r..J af.j ll, : .j. I ';" ." r
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Tot. ,
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**.***i.***.****##********* *AtRtRtRRtRRR = .a .t............... ... ... N _. ':ff.- .:. II.t ,"t.t ',f th ." ,.;.."'.;, J .

.' ...1.1.......111111.111.111111.111111111..11111. 1.1 : tl..., .:,h'. And l *ith tiii '''_i"; ':" I fl J, EXDRESSif

......................... ................... ... ::. A J F. ClARK, %: .:"''. M, (';; .. S-JV..r; %.ff'll..,"'/ FISH .:. /I I"!d It.t l :k !',r )Su.our..aUIrotT:rfI} )', : J \ PR i

i. ... 'L.1. 1:1 .
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The ; ,." 'ttA2O
Ivy Lane Inn i : 1 ", t r \ ., ....: I -; 1 y
: l.tll'r11F1" ..\. .. ai 11.i.II\"I1: :: I'L\TOJ-" 1 BU'| 1I 1\! 7 t r'i' I L
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4> >4>4> v 4<>1 4 4>4 :STRIVlIoX.
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Enlarycd: mllllmpro\'cd : **.. ...9. !.. ( T' :
RRaaR RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRt Rttt. .. .. I A ;.r P'.opk of 141Ubit ( ''III.t}'. Fla.A i .
I ;".::d"{ an"uh, wy..1f .. e t
:u aA'da :'Jj.JI-
{ With Incrc-ahed Fac-ilait-H in All In-j';-iftjiicut-, ,\1111 Lc able in rh11" i I r THE HOWARD ;,: foi "County :"iufx-iiuttnd( of :;? rue, ,aY 1Doz.
t'ulhIp tfu tilln. I
rr <: have bt: :n a Iif- Jfi .
larger legreo J ; to j.lta- an'-xitnh) { ihobc who Ilcaire refine I : A i long Lteiiocrat:." and have hld' t.. TiKh' NrI, PA ,
A j tr Iaal t ,.,. of jj.
elegance a., wi-11 aAll < '''n.f't-! { aii'l < 'oim-iiiw--, i r:: \.1 M'"l-iii, lnf.r':' >-.'-in<-iitT. ;\'-tt Dining (:'ah, .\f.I,1 I 1 1 J i Lifio ra. y o; eine Ltetftocracy nothing sirifi for 1 fc7 rnv'i.

< 'uiijiic I nt.-\- -llfi !loyalty to 11'I stand infMte 4 l to her rii,0o

Open from November to May.WM. i J I..' II'laull... bIle{ : | i fun4tt*-
r niynelf a! the com'ibg
rgully 1'xatcd :, ttw r'ei.-i friiii th IijtlifalUvtr Priniarv
: 011o 4 *a s May 1 lIh. u.-, your M.-rvw.t.. If I au
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