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 28, 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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V 01. 19, No. 44 does Erery+rler.. Reaches All CIM*..
Daytona, Florida, Saturday, March 28, 1908. But AdvcrtUlic' McdlM la Day..* ..* Vicinity, Price 5 Cents

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I Don't Fail to See the e !! Seabreeze and Daytona Beach. :.1 I,: BARNES the Novelty Man i

.i Continuous C Moving Pictures I .

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MRS. H. A. BERNARD. Editor.
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Peck Block, foot of South Bridge. : I ----------- I I I I I I I I I / 1...1.1.,I.....I.........I.1.t.I.I. :

Pictures changed Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays. :: F.Seabrwze K Matthews, March 25! -Rev. and Mrs. :'I humorously entertaining selection was ridge and Butler; Gus Johnson lot core :. Especially Stationery, Fishing Tackle, Crockery, .:
See lire Alligator window : with their two boys, read by Mrs. He\ener, after which Miss ner Palmetto and Oak ridge,and others.
.- .. 0 left last week for their home in Chatta-: Hale,of Minneapolis, charmed her listeners : Mr Butler is of the opinion that not less : Glassware, Fancy Confectionery, Souvenir Post 1
_4 nooga. Mr. Matthews was here for his: as only Miss Hale can, by several than fifty houses will begin constructionin : Cards, Talking Machines, Dolls, Toys and Notions. :
| Admission I 10 cents. : health, which was greatly improved !I exquisite song selections. The social Seabreeze the coming summer. .

{.......................I.......u.1..1,1...........i: during Mrs Alice his stay. !I hour followed, during which light refreshments E. C. Hibbard left for New York last : BARNES :
Godsmark will close her : : "
I I were stned. Th.next club Wt'I.IDesday on receipt of a letter announcing -:
................NNN..NNINNNje home, Villa Eden, next month, and I}[.I met'tingiJJ be held at the home of the serious illness of his : Will also frame your Pictures, sharpen your Saws ; :
leave for an all summer visit to Denver .Mrs. J. P. Esch. mother, Mrs Esther Hibbard. A card : Knives, Scissors, Lawn Mowers, Etc., and will :

I and Greeley, Colorado. In the meantime The Elmira cottage guests and genial received by his wife from Mr. Hibbard : __ repair almost anything that is out of whack. :
.fiCU. E.E GARDINER CO i i she is having her hou..e paintf'd'i I hostess Miss Kelley.: Mr. and Mr!'. Riv- on his arrival gave little hope of liis .
and other improvements put on the enburg and one or two guests at the mother's rt'l'O\Oery.
I In Fact for Any Want Remember :
Demises. Glenwood made the trip up the Tomoka Mr. and Mrs. H. II Viven, of Thorn a
The Congregational Sunday School .I Monday, and had a picnic dinner and ton, Ind., are among the very pleasant
4 i ir' has a good attendance and a growing i' an all day out,('f door enjoyment party of tourists at the \\'ill on cottage! BARNES i
\ Goods.
Dry membership' of bright young folks, but The marriage of Miss Sadie LSarlow to : Mrs I. A. Boughton i is \i!itmg Mrs.! .
Ti there is need of more teachers. It iJ! Frank 11 Howser, both of Seattle, E.[] C. Hibbard during:. her husband's absence :
hoped that some one or more will love I I Wash., is news that will interest many I in Nework.. THE NOVELTY MAN. e
.. the. church work may volunteer assistance of her friends in Seabct'eze. Miss Sadie I Mr and Mr*.. Stafford are occupying .

i Phone 102, Anthony Block, : during the summer, in so worthy a I grew from childhood to interesting girl- I rooms in the N.N. Bailey comfortable 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA, FLA. .:

cause. (I hood in our midst: and she has our sincere I'lome.' Mr. Stafford i is a prominent business i.1.I.t.I.f.I.I.I.I.I.I.1.ISI........................
: Fred Walter, of Scranton, Pa., who wishes that she may realize life man of Chu'ago. i
DAYTONA has been spending the winter in Southern brightest promises in wedlock. Mrs. Me\rthur. who has been visiting
i ; n FLORIDA. i Florida, is here on a short bit to Mrs. felts, who has been !pending the her husband a few weeks, leaves today

...................................................: his relative, Mrs. Alice Godsmark. winter with Mr. and Mrs. L. Z Burdick, for New York and Westerly, R. I.
The public school entertainment, left last Saturday for her home at Miss Dullie Sours b visiting in De-
.....1.1.t.I.1.I...1.I.I.1.....LI................ : given at Wiln an's opera house Satur- Scranton, Pa. Land this week, guest of Miss Bennett Norman S. Dayton
day evening scored a success for those Mr. and Mrs Hubert Holme- who and family.

who took part. It was greeted with afull formed part of the K. E. Olds boat The Tourist's Friday Afternoon Club

; house and 'creditably rendered party cruising in the southern waterway enjoyed the regular meeting, fifteen
Q |I| Groceries ? that Professor Seldcn has been urged to s oC the State, left the boat at 1H.1- members being present. It was then LUMBER.

have it repeated. The door receipt ray and came home by train. Mr. >* ->e of the club that the meetings '
: were $36.00. Holmes the boat
reports party making should continue as long as the tourist
Numerous pleasant diversions have slow progress and frequently tied up on season lasted. Yard, Magnolia Avenue and F. E. C. Railway. Also
|i NOW YOU ARE TALKING! marked the social calendar at the Princess account of low water.A. There is little dimunition of the full
lasena the past week Miss Helen I. Miller has opined his, real estate house sustained at the :Seaside: Inn during Hans, Estimates and Superintendence. Real Estate office

That's burgman entertained at Seminole office m the Sonntag Company building i : the greater part of the se.ison. The 1st door south of1'. O. W. II. EDMONDSON, Manager,
} My Business. i Lodge, a party (>f young lady friends Ocean ule\ard, and with his family vacancy made by those departing for the Daytona, Florida. Phones! at office, yard and residence
consisting of guests of the Princess Is- will occupy the place after April I It. north is quickly filled by new arrivals
I I tale pleasure in calling for your order and : sena and cottagers St. Patrick's Day. Mr. Miller, who is a thorough going business from the i south,und the luxury of the I

I delivering promptly what you want My Mock : Five Hundred was the game. The man, located on the peninsula i ocean beach and the daily surf: bath are

i is always fresh and fine and your trade will : prizes were unusually handsome, und I last summer, since which time Ins I business -: more and more opular| as the summer I i .... .. e. ....... .-.... .
were won as follows: Miss Van Bon- methods and courteous treatment; weather approaches. The is consult
be highly} and well taken of. : I
appreciated :
Stotten, gold hat pin; Miss PitTbon, has won for him& the t'lIlIficll'lll"e and I tst able musical talent among the guests oC
I Phone me your wants : Shamrock pin Miss Baldwin, Corneliancross .i'm of the '"mllillnito.I .
; ( the Inn just now, and music:< and cards r. CONRAD GROCERY CO.
; Miss Randall, water color paint- I pleasantly( while away the hours, of the

.JS. i iI ing. Dainty refreshments were r\eU. tvemngat! this(popular( 11Istt'lryoI G
W. CARROLL A inar!-hmellow and |x>|pern roast ( 11 I Daytona Reach, Manh :!.i--The pushing I J. C. Butler has just closed negotiations .
the-bcah, and in informal hop wire I real estate man, J. ('. Butler, has i with John W Edwards for the

I : also delightful events to the partici i sold the following read estate:: : eapLStone '! purchase; Mrs Brigham's propc.'rtyIn i Carry a Full and Complete .1.1Ii
The North Beach st. Grocer. pants. In the meantime the zeal of the 1'rmnlente, lot on Atlantic: : \ Mi'ttlull street south of the posofTke.
:I fishermen should not go unmtnlioncd.Mesr avenue; the contrail for i six-room; cottage Mr. and Mrs. Classom, of Wisconsin
S Telephone No. 19. :I -. Ernest and "vr***t WISH and a I has l been let to 11 I":. Johnson., arc spending a few weeks in the S<'hctd< .
I party of invited guests made the l I...t \\m,,rV t., .J-:1l: : l.tluivtliatcij:; JtLr xv' I cot: .
< {If.I.....1.......I.....I.I.....I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I: Williams I has luge.i
i : purchiheil three lots on i Mr and Mrs. Kieth and daughter,
successful. | Wild Olive avenue.rice_ $'!)50j; T. I 11), winter tourists who have been standing 11 I{ I
j A Matter of Essential Importance noon. I' Brown, one lot on same street, $110; A. the season in the interior, arrived this
M1 The San Souci Club was entertainedtamed T. Simons, corner Wild Olive and Oak. week and will spend the month on the
c to every householder, sanitation and san by MrS. J. Halph Wilcox at her : ridge boulevard; Mrs (M>. T Johnson, beach for the benefit of the surf baths.
1t tary equipment should receive the greates t; home Halifax Arthur Parson left yesterday: for De- i -O- i
i pretty new on avenue 11 corm Oakndge andtlantic avenue, .and, where he Miters Stetson University -
z possible attention; and when new plumbing Wednesday aftf'moon's meeting A I$3oO; II Eugene: Juhii-on, corner OakS !i fur the short term.
[I I is to be installed only a plumber of the
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(* highest repute, and one who keeps up with I ii111i1s11i3i111113111.). 111111111111111111 Ii

: '!"j I I i the latent improvements, should be employ- : ,---__ Albert W. QilchristCANDIDA
i It i ed. If you have this subject under consideration T
a consultation with the undersigned LEADING iI i ll I-! FOR (jt\EJ RNOR UP The Conrad Grocery Company i :

i ed mil )M> of the greatest v4'1 Ile. T FLORIDA. I
r J K. T. Conrad &. Co's. old stand.

D4YTONAPLUMBING ii CANDIDATE w i r I :............+....+.........N+....N.1...N. *

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a pr'' Phone 64 i N y

M.ft : t WW i Daytona Transfer & LiveryStaWe

Ask for the Bread ; i : w W i C. C. Johnston. Proprietor
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t t d1 I have beat in the
of : STATES i I :
with t ttlM1lalalV the stamp w : city, with white drivers who

: y ,., : are familiar with all roads

ij'Daytona SENATOR i N t S i LOOK FOR THE
Bakery .

-.' J :4 ,.., L i ; Silver Tipped Rigs.

.:W i --- + I'hone 27, opp. Public Sc ool. ;

L d"Cie, d:,':;..::.:. H. E. QUIGG, i DUNCAN FLETCHER i 1 ....111111.........-.-N---.NNNNHNNN ..........................

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::r. : ': Proprietor. No faction. machine .N..NN.NN..........................
?i'''''', i Stands for These Principles : i ring brought :
I him out lie same out as a ('andiditel I OPKN; SHOP Magnolia A\enu
............ii...................................... *A Control of Interstate Carrier by Interstate W alone and tingle handed. lie"ill be :
Commerce ComraiMatoo. : :
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glad to receive support| of the cor-
t Favor Income Tax. W
r**-**********************0-** ************************** SUoJ for Tariff lUvUlou and Henefll to 4 (torations. of the anti-cor|>oratK>n-<, the i W. H. WRIGHT & SON
1 and the anti
Florida Farmer and Fruit Grower : I -prohibition.bts -
; j N. ERIeKSONJ i Duly on Egyptian Cotton. I of l local optionists, the Christians,
and thr, J wsand of the <<
t I Government Appropriation for Harbor* I ( Gentiles, the Painting
Cabinet MaKcr. Wood WorKer. r Inland River and Waterway.. i "I'ubluans and sinners." He would
t (. J Opposed to Trait and all )IOD pnli_. ; I I even accept tin support ..f Pharisees., jt''oratiJ1
Picture Frames, Door and 1V'in;now; Screens made to ordor F : Favor Currency Reform WEEE II The corporations cannot d" without

J j the people, and the |eople cannot do I'aperhangingl
Cottage Avenue DAYTONA .. ft..fUUi"E6ftC-4U4'.fM.f-f: I II I
1 t without the corporations Neither
1., "tN..>," N..N..itY **************************I !I should be allowed to oppress the other. .
You can look all overt Capital is organized, labor should organize ,- West of Ridgeuood aenueJ '.Daytona. Florid !

...IMMMMMMMIi........ NNNN t country and you won't find allY batter I .N.....+...............++..........................
.i.s::;; .j.jI investment for jour money in a choice of u The license tax law licensing each I
softc he things i little enterprise should be amended
i i home a farm building lots or an orange: ,; j j I order that taxation should l>car more in ..... ... ... 1 1 ........ .. 4...NREAL
grove, than we can otter )'ou. H-KCiilI| }' I I :
I II icveiil)
I install. those choice peninsula. that promise i : :
we sell and future profit and impro\emcnt. When I, Article \1V of the Constitution pro- J CBUTLER
[ ides for Local Option. The qualified ESTATE.
you want real estate consult | I
a I I : electorsnotthe( Governor) approve. isI I I* Cottages for Sale' or Rent. Life Fire and Accident. Insurance.Phone ,
2 I veto constitutional amendments lie
= I Pumping Outfits, ]Heating { not on the "recently constructed hand ': 234! DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. It

Plants Sampson I \\"asono" N111111.111.1111111.1.1 N1...111....1.N...1NNN..

< Specifications: I Windmills, Bathroom I :: Boulevard, SEMUUIEZC, FLA. Quincy lie ,COUUlrncl'hCl'Honda, at a salary working: tIC $1 11 00 in I ........11111.11111111111...111111.111111......NNN.
2 horse power Engine, Outfits, Hot water boilers .._.._............................1N.|*, per month, and boarded him!'elf lie : J H, \KKISON
has himself been a hard working, strugI -I
Heaters Galvanized J : A close examination of electric: i
Bulldozer Pump 2,000( ) Tank tiliNDERSONVILl.I3! i i I I ghng man and he knows what it means '
al work finished and charged for
Iron Tanks, rHOTEL GATES I'm I thers He has never married, hel
gallons per hour. The j ) North Carolina. I i: from this shop shows how square-
beat outfit ever Steel Towers, Hotel l i i ha. always had obligations Ills liCe] : IIIIItt fily and honorably we transact our Z
pumping Mountains Altitude 2500 feet. has been pent more in thoughtful eonstderation -|i business. Electrical repairs receive :
offered Florida for dish warmers, Steam I of other people than of him-1!
is In Jacksonville Fla., dail '. : I: / special attention. Those :
sleepers from ) !
Engines self.! He feel sure he will be elected!
Hotel Service, Fire Protection Tables, Gasoline i i "' : who employ us never worry about :
Hydraulic Rams, Pure mountain air and spring water. Trout and bass fiMuntf :' if he gets enough voteHe does not i our charges, and the t' know before .
and Irrigating to trade off( a single office
I projKtec !
and Health anti comfort {'ombinE:'<1. An up to : : engaging us tba our work*
Valves. Riding There honor in Governor. If
fork. Pipe, Fittings, is being man.-bip will be the best.v. .
reservations :
for etc
j date hotel l at moderate C08t.lhlr'ss rates i iWJ tainted with dishonor he doe, nltant i.
the odii i
CUTTEN j 11. HEWETT, Manager Hotel Gates, I.I c : I .. Daytona Electric Co. .
STAPLES & rj .
j: I it or Sale-50 laying hens and two ': ti
11ENDEilSONVII,1.E: :N t' rr-r-t 232 South Beach Street. |
> cobkRhode Island: Reds, thorough- : _

+Cntral Auto Gars geU. Place, Magnolia Avenue, DAYTO A...FLA.....1:. ...........................1...N N N..............N l'LlcJ. Bleary T Titoj, D.jtoca .+..+++...+.+..+..+..+.....+...+..+*+..NNN MMMM

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CLAI.MS'VICTIM.[ Bathroom. i
That All Important
1i T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor (,ws -

( K HLknt'Cot. remark ..If I Fitzgerald &
Yoa have often heard people C.C.BOH rONPhysician t

f THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY .Joba B. Paridoson Passed were eyes to billd I woud! pan! my bathroom .
with allis and Surgeon Attorneys at Late.
into the parlor ,1.
t CORPORATED) to the Great Beyond on 7 tm &:ld waud! net rut all my money Special Attention lo
the Atwood Ph nn cy, .
.- Thursday Afternoon. &erv. Office over Perfecting Land Titles

Entered at the Postoffice> at Daytona, Honda as Second Class Matter. tenoned. for the bathroom is the heath street, Dayton, FU.
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-- That's good common sense most important ct a.1 Telephone No. 74.H.H.SEELYE.A.N.. Conrad Block DAYTONA,

i SATURDAY. MARCH za, 1908 the household. It'the 1 'i c.,.Ii. r..tt4U isK

i. w I Ifr rt Mecca of c! arWn :.l

and -
t + i, and Surgeon.

i ....._....... ... ..41.507i aDd nowaday! ; Physician '; Attornevs at laW.J
E copy six one month year ..... = .== ...::::: ...:. .:::::..::,::-.. .... rV home judged Special attention given to Electrical: l PraeUda la all State><
are dad
t, espy Dopynitromonths-==.: _: ......... ... ....... ......:.... .40r many treatment and Mechanical method I Count mil g or Criminal butMw
t t + by their bathrooms. 127 So. Ridgewood Are. Hours ea careful attention special
ta'.1'1 : 8-10:30 and 1330. Phone S3. for ta.estlgD Land. P'1ortda.perfecUa, CWea.1.I

Oa the DeLand road just !inside of the FINDS OLD LOVE J I : \\"e would like to I ,

I i dtyjjimito are two very sharp corners ; help: you plan yourbathroom j 1! Isaac A..StewartSTEWART Effort tlf
+ ::1 totally obscured by scrub palmetto. It fI DR.J.ERAWLINGS
; I t would be a wise precaution of the City IN INFIRMARY. I and \ & ELY

u. Council if this brush were removed so ai that we could! surprise i & Surgeon.Dr. ;

t I to give a clear view of the corners.Otto ., Itlltllt \ / r !'4 i )'ou by putting in. 1 Physician :' Lawyers jOffice

1 i I t f t R. Jurchoff, of DeLeon Springs I A Resident of Daytona Claims NN omaa bathroom for you at. ; Rattling office> over Gille'i! next door to Bank Btritdbit::

1 ii another of the candidates for member As Ills Bride After Many" much !e)i cost than you drug store, Beach street I DeLand, FloridaTITLCS .11"I<
t 1 of the Legislature, and bis announcement I a Years of Waiting. might: expect and at the -- ---- ----- '

i appears on the fourth page. Mr.I. A dispatch from DeU.'are.OLfo,to tie 1 ,, same time do i i' berer than you anticipated it could be done for cen E. L. STEWART- INSURED I"Vqlusta
I Eireholr hat been an attacbe of theLegislature -1-
I u for several terms and U ac-: Jacksonville Metropolis! last Saturday more money. Physician and" SurgeonSpecial County Abstract, InvestagBt |

r of that I says: I and Title Insurance Company i iI
t quainted with the workings "A man of wealth quietly: totting: m We have a booklet: Modern: Home Plumbing" which will attention to disease of the
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branch of the State government. Cul-inel John I:. 1''Dkd'' his II Abttracl rornUh and titles prf-
gearihofLU swrt-tLtait of years t- how how to arrange >our bathroom, kitchen and laundry Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose. Office ed. Map Plat. and Blue rmtrtBj. ,
tome n Midges ood avenue ThursdayI you and residence, Xo. 101 Magnolia cor-I piled. IkJrt rib.fn;CmrtT D.Ltotit* ,
L The DeLand News last week made the fore, whom he found ai* inmate off'; the i I aft -rn.)M Opposite .0''lBu ti..; ,

charge that the marling of the DeLandl Delaware county mfirrivury, a ftcd-luig I re-s feral week: ; plumbing equipment: in the world. CA! write of phone r..r. .fflc. hours,*a. m.to II p. m. ,
tle\ht LaDd.:1
laid ford- and joyous derartur.f..r io > t
Dayton road's not being J< hn B. Parkinson was born at Char- ; I :is free. ---- :
Gazette- the in the Sunny Sot.h/ s'r: *> { copy. :
While the groom & c. A\
me to contract. ie to HI Ohio June 10, lM 6.3, and came : G. A. KLOCK I D. D. ROGERS tCivil
with this county was the culmination: <>f the roifttrrc c-f ,
1 teat Nswe contemporary seldom agrees, it belives that the John H. G inner, of I>a '''''!la. |f Jorida. to I londa. in 183 lie was united B.in I JOE OSBORNE-The' Plumber. Physician and Surgeon Engineers !j ji
Miss Annie
and Mrs. EJmora Partlow lialair- marriage: \ug. 7.1 !91! to ; .
allegation is of such general importancethat tie have pad tlv age of t* -():e ', Sanborn, of Cincinnati. He has held the t \<*fx>cil attention given' to Pi-***. of (DAYTON and \1
it should be thoroughly looked into and ten office uf Country Superintendent Yo- the Eye and Fitting of Glauet. 1*' Mo.J' Offices I(MIAMI. FLA.- I i

by the County Commissioners. lusia County, and Jk time of his death RldgewooJ planer. Office boor li-V, (tI
"Years ago: the two were sweetheart --- to ;(.rp.m.,4:-AtoSAep.m. I Daytona Office Established 1875 f fi )
of the Representatives in the ----- -- -- !
The announcement of D. F. Morrison, in the South. Mrs. Partlow, however, was one y D.YTOS.'. FLA. I 1 1H
I Legislature. He w&s also Lieutenaat- I -. -
of Barberrflle, candidate for Representative follow fog a lo\tr's quarrel, married I I'e Present *;3' *|:
Colonel of the SecunJ Regiment, Florida M. JOSIE ROGERS. M. D. A. BERNARD ViI
; the State
i in the lower house of another and left with him for the North. !
State at the time of deease.Ia I I Ii
Legislature appears in today's Gazette- G.'inner was recently divorced by his j Troops, Ii
News. 'Mr. Morrison is one of the present former wife. Se-eral'e&rs ago Mrs. 1 1593 he was admitted to the bar "A GALAXY Homeopathic! Physician I i> solicit subscriptions and businessj
and months formed law for the Times-Union. 'I I Ii
Representatives,having been elected ( Farlow's husband died 1 leaving her in some: ago a part- Xo. 453 North Beach Street. It

in 1906. He was at one time engaged destitute circumstances and she was :nership with F. W Pope, Jr., under the OF S TAR S. Office Hours 12:30 to 2:30 and 6:
ia the grocery business in Daytona and finally obliged to seek aid of the county. firm name: of rope.ParkinSVD.. oalt i. to 1:30.Telephone r' Smith A Hitch.: Real Estate OlIn. ; I
i of | Itasaaed is survived bwa wiJ.w and I Xo. 122. Beach Street j
has m&llYIt.aunch friends in all parts "Gwinner recently heard of the whereabouts I II ji
two children, who have the smypathy I I
the county. of Mrs. Partlow and of her hus"I ; ;
of legions of friends in their sad bereav- -
I band's death and came to Delaware in I I i DR. BOtl XO\'S: :
Mayor Seaman's to the City meat.I Daytolk'Pri'atc 1 110-
i message March of her. His search was rewardedand are pleased to announce that *e have in our store ready : J I II
y'e's Council published elsewhere is very per they were married this week and I! The funeral arrangements had not I I We for you to examine, a line of the famous 5tar-S-Star Shoes uEveryfacliltyrorthepropertreatmenl ltal and Sanitarium Private Sanitarium 1
tinent and timely. Good roads are one i been made when the Gazette-News wentI I
Il .- of the essential attractions of Daytona left at once" for the groom's fruit farm in I to prei, but the services will probably I made by E and Electrical care of appliances medical: and. trained surgical nurses eaxe. For the treatment of all I

Ih and no stone should be left unturned to Florida. i be held Monday afternoon at St. Mary'sj I I quiet surrounding. Special, attention Medleal aat SU'Ciea1 c.... r

.maintain our reputation of having the ---- j Episcopal urtb.I The BROWN SHOE CO. given.. to. No.all patients 4:Mocond. .".rm.., .Dayton on ppllUon. 2] South Beach Street, Phone 74. 'a;

( t s beat roads and more of them than any For Superintendent of Schools.C. I PI&YIIJdan.ln l.r..O. A. KL4X-K. and R. HOWE C. C. noI1A! ON. M. D. :
city of our size in the South. Ways E. Ortb, Democratic candidate for I tPhone-Sand \\e twill call for your ; OF ST. LOUIS, MO.

,{ and means should be devised to place Suprintendent of Schools. cleaning and prey.iD:. All work done I OSTEOPATH. J. P. ESCII. ,\\. D.

lid keep the streets in the best poesiole by white workmen exclusively.: : Our White llou,e Shuts for men and women, and Buster Brown

condition. I respectfully voters of_ submit Voluaid to County the democratic the- O. S. Burnett, Tailor. Ulue Gibbon Shoes fur Lois and girls, lea l all others in ,style. co.ii- il Dr. J. C. Herman. : Physician and Surgeon. '

M j United States Senator William James principles for which Itand, for your *Aa intimate knowledge (.f the building fort and I wearing Duality ;tar-'VStar Shoes captured 1 the only 0..1- graduate under the founder AT.. I Fifth.house south of M E Church,

Y t t Bryan, of Jacksonville died at Wash careful consideration and approval or i interests of this locality will save : uu. GB\M Paul at the W..puoFua: in St. Louis aril l ret-eive l the !I I Still 1JSla'flU', Kirks\'. one lle. door Mo., located east of Halifax on01.I Peninsula Drive Daytona Beach.

I Ingtonlast Sunday morning of typhoid rejection at the Primary on May 19.I you many annoyances, and perhaps' extra i I Gr'i'ii Ip Mfti\i at the JOIIMI'ANII,:-ITIU:>. They are "TL. Nation's I Journal office Daytona Florida, Office hours 12 to 2 p. tu. Tel-<
think The should costs. Let us ad\l- with you. It Phone 40. ; phone 207.
fever. Mr. Bryan had taken his seat superintendent I ,
g Best"-that the of the Tint is also the verdict of
i opinion Judges. !
as Senator seventy-three das be- sped most of his time among the I costs you nothing. Norman S. Dayton, I __ -
Daytona. tf the Grand: Jury of the millions, who wearWe ,
fore and was the youngest member of schools. When he visits a school he
1-- __ : DK. W.GO't S. II. GO'E.Architect
that august body. The late Senator should review the work gone over, explaining 1I I s

from this State was born in Orange the difficult parts and encourage FOll RLPUESEMAIIN:: ; Want Your judgment. Dentist Builder asap

County October 10, 1876, and was a younger pupil by giving prizes for To Democratic Voters of Volusia Co.- :
During the loot l three sessions of the For !'o31e by Contractor
brilliant and energetic man who had a good 1 work. In so doing he would en
Florida Legislature, I have been an at- fll'k: Coriifr I'idgcwcMrfl and Volu.laPHONE l 1
remarkable future before him. courage thorough work, know what 'la tache of the Senate, and have there I !. Residence and office', northeast cot*.
being done in our school; ;;;lid be a real gathered,; by close: study Aid observation I : Phone ner Ridgewood and Voluaia ave.
help to pupils toacler.'Oliatnis a certain knowledge of the affairsof i S9LtSSO'S 89. Daytona, I1a.f .
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t Before 9th. I
Pay PoU.Tax May well valuable n
the :State, as experience ,
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; not be better than sitting 1- ,," -
"...ntwdhL., Metc3Tst,1908.: : of the mode and manner of Legislation ,; ..........1...................................... ...* : "
J -- half hour speaking half hour and then I therefore feel: I am qualified to IN: GCR. 1AN. ;, t Halifax Music House
. Editor Gazette News: In today'sIssue going on to the next school represent the people of Volusia Countyas 1 I j
I <_ i of your paper you copy from the I have been a teacher in the public a member of the Hou-e of Representatrves ;! M. ELLA DE VOY CO.LADIES' By a lliy1,1)) has a thorough George WrayThe
and respectfully! announce my knowledge! "f the German I
; Titusville Star, the information that a languageand
schools for
the past six years and know candidacy for his office, subject to cheapest: place In the State to
: j jt Voter must pay his poll tax for 1906 and the need of the schools of Yohisia your action at the- coming Primary I i: HATTERS : has travels abroad. For further : buy Pianos. Pianos to Rent. TUBing. -*

t I t: \ '1907 on or before the 11th day of April County.If have been a citizen of Florida twentyfive i information address P. O. Box Repairing and
p I : i' to be entitled to vote in the Primary. honored at your hands by election to years. I know the needs and wants Correct in Styles. Personal attention to Fitting. i 2 1 of the people. I shall always endeavorto : -X? 0 South IVa: 'h Street, Daytona. : | '
This is the law in to all other
1 V' regard this office I will throw all the energy I do the greatest good for the greatest I .........................1N..11N.NN.1.11111N.1.. ', ................................- -- -
but the
elections Primary by specials !
r. possess in raising the efficiency of our number. If you should honor me witha ------

:. enactment allows the voter to pay until schools, remembering all time that r nomination and election, I assure you '' ...1111111111.11.1.1...11.1.NN1...11N. .....1...... .............................. .. .... . .. .. .......
ten days before election which will be I am the servant of the people and realizing -# it will be my earnest endeavor to prove .1:
up to May 9th. m'stUorthy: of the tru-t and your : R. D. TAYLOR, Electrical Contractor : !t Trunks Dress
they have entrusted to my I con fidffi I'f'. Suit Cases Bags.

Relpettrullyoull. supervision the intellectual: and moral Yours very truly : HOUM- Wiring a Specialty. i I I .
JOHN R. WETHERLLL. training their children, and would I OTTO it. KIRCHOt.I I. We hate just received our new stock of

Superintendent of Registration. strive to have the best of teachers and I > (:(. springs.C. : t Dealer in Klextrical: : Supplies of All Km;, Fixtures Shades, : Trunks, Dn) *' Suit Cases. Bags, Telescopes, Trunk NameTags
require thorough work and order Strata,
I a RcgUtratfoa Officers for Vohuia Co., maintained good E. ORTH DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE -' I Lamps. Xo. S Orange avenue, DAYTONA, EL.1. :
inour schools.Respectfully and
;, fOIl SUPERINTENDENT -' Shawl Straps.
I The following District Registration submittedC. : ................1N......4................1N ........ We ,
, OF SCHOOLS. have red
- rorO our trunks
officers for Volusia County hate been E. ORTH etc., with otner makes and we find
j To the "otLrs..f'olu.ia County: ................................................ line is the best our
appointed in their respective precincts: Bartemlle, rIa March 23, 190n. '. I stand for something If it were not we can gK for the money at which they are' sold. UV .

No. 1 Enterprise W. S. Thayer.No. I ifor certain principles which I know : WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING our prices to t* the lowest ill euar.anu r
2 Orange City G. N. Dozitr. i would double the efficiency of i ur the city for similar goods e'

No. 3 DeLand J. R. Wetherell. Gore a Lively Chase. I'schools:;, 1 would not be a candidate. i J{ getting a Galvanized Iron Tank. a new Tin Hoof a Hot Air Furnatr. 11
I j I do not depend on any political faction I "
No. 4 DeLeon, Robert Jones. Deputy Sheriff E. L. Smith chased ,but the to meritin The Peck-Hendrjcks
a people see
r expect or ant ',f the other metal nm!'\xitiw required<< to rompltte) a tmnlern : Company.
i No. 5 Bdridge S. E. Lemmon. "colored gentleman" named John Hop- the.principals for which I stand, and f
1 No 6 I' recognize in me a man able, willing and remember that +..MMJ ... ...... ...
Seville, Samuel Flowers. kins north of Haiwood Wednesday worthy tb put these principals in force. + hu.lling ....... .............. ...........

No. 7 Ormond, C. M. Geiger. before he was able to overtake him. I believe the superintendent should ; ......... .
No. 8 Daytona, T. E. Fitzgerald. The negro called at the home of Mrs. E. t spend hii time among the schools, aiding : i S ..........1e11.1.11i1111.

'. No. 9 ;Port Orange T. J. Sparkman.No. C. Kennedy, wife of the tank keeper for i and encouraging the teachers, re I C. NASH dl SON I Have 1f1lii i

4t4 10 New Smyrna Leo Fisher. the Florida East Coast Railway, and de- viewing the work and seeing: that thorough I i DAYTONA TLA. your pictures framed at Lesesnes. The most'I
; work is done and good order main- ,
t No. 11 Oak Hill, W. L. Cause. manded something to eat, using .
very tamed in our schools. complete plant in # 1
) No. 12 Tomoka, M. C. Cone. abusive language with his demand. Her :, Do you think our schools can ('' mi1 ': fare 'best l prepared to give prompt and reliable service"; fair prices i jj city. Large line of moulding :
;I No. 13 ,Glencoe, J. D. Mitchell. husband came home and the negro triedto 1 proved w
No. 14 Lake Helen, A. R. Cooley.No. exceed Marriott's record to Ormond, I\\here can the superintendent do the General repair shop} on Volusia .!venue, next to the \rmory. : See Lesesne at 'THE KODAK ;
I goodt his office or among theschools'
15 Clifton O. W. Tedder. and from PLACE"t
there on north. Mr. Smith
i I Phone :'A, Out of town work solicited. J i i
r -No. 10 Stetson, C. Gaflbreath rode on Xo. 7S to a point about a mile i Should the superintendent| know what : Beach Street 2 doors I
t + No. 17 Osteen, J. A. BlaroelL north of Harwood, where he espied the .is being done in our schools flow can N+11..N..N1.NNN1 ANN N 1.N..H.......N.MMl1MNMMN ; Xorth of 3rd Avenue. ;
No. he know without spending his time ............. .
18 Hill, Wm.Wetherell, Sr.No. negro northward bound. I' ......
-t I Holly The culprit ('a.moDthe/ schools and reviewing the .........i.............Ni 111111111111f 1t11N11111N11111lHM
t 19 Pierson F. D. Harper.Xo. was arrested, after having tramped I work don! .:::
r .i 20 Seahree. H. C. Wilson thirteen miles in three tours, and taken i ire the above principle worthy of i A RARE BARGAIN
before Justice THus I your Ul'potIt! they are, speak uj
on the charge olvagrancy .4 belo'arid above.
Ro-st-Tf ) rv tuo rooms tao Lktublrazza
Registration Information. and work\ fi oT me. I need y OUT helj OR '
I and bound over to await 'he Your" in earnest, > front Lot 100\1100 feet routing on ri"er. pine timber enough for 2UO or Norman S.
,,; ', The registration books of this county action of the Criminal Court. C. E.: lTII.N11N11 | more strand of wood. A number of fruit trees started, orange, peach, plum ( Dayton
I, will open in each precinct t j I persimmons, fig, mulberry and ;rape \ine.< Good barn, flowing well thick- \ !!
on Monday, -- ---- 1 en yard, door yard and patch. All well fenced Call J or write' J \!
April 6th, two days in each week Mondays
I Ii
.. M. r. BLITCH. HoUr Hill Floridr.
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and Saturdays, for four \'tetUi; : i .. .. ..... ....!. .. Plans
!! Estimates
f ,
closing oa May 4th, two weeks before -

t I'I the law.Primary election, as required by i FOR SALE i f**********.*****.**.***.*.******AA A"AAAAA'*******1 ,

I : CORNER: VOLUSIA AND I Superintendence
Poll taxes can be paid to and on Saturday I f PALMETTO AVENUES.: :
: ,
May 9th ten day before the = The finest tAn
1 largest Sunny and cen a : I II. Lumber
: elegant neVi house with tfam Beat Electric l Lights, Bath, Sanitary 4 Yard Magnolia Avenue
Primary. i Plumbing, Pleasant Surroundings. ltC. Within three minutes walk of the neal &l.d! F. E. C. llaUm.y.{
t Voters who remove from one Precinct trally located Hotel Site in : and 'hur b One Estate office let door
Daytona. : dE-fl"t tostoffice stores ( < :; block: from Ferry aDd Rh'er. : j south of postoffice. It'. II. ED-
I to another, must be transferred by the MONDSON
Supervisor of Registration before the i Situated on the Xorth East Corner of Ridge- ., : MRS. B. I P. SMITH, Proprietress. \ I and residence.. Manager Daytona, Fla. Phones at office TaN t ai

books act not close: vote.on May 4th, or they can : wood and Third Avenues and about two blocks .................... +4. .........................:

''i Ce4nades Sold. ; i from olusia avenue and Railroad Station. ..................... ............................... rtinnnsti'ilYlrWrilNiiin.Yniiiniiiiier -I

i Size 170x300 feet. The owner having purchas- ':
i 1i The largest real estate deal made thus, Bond Lumber

t l)' far this season in this vicinity was consummated -I : ed the vacant plot opposite will remove the J | Company Miller=Strohm Co.

r Wednesday when Jacob Gim- : : building onto same. This city needs a iii>:'>t- MAMFACTIKERS: OFITU1flBLR .
lich sold to D. J.Johnson and Wm. Gray, ..
f of Unloatown, Fa., the Colonnades hotel : class up-to-date hotel, with all rooms sunny, :'o ROUGH AND DRESSED I Successors

aril, ;I. property at Seabreeze. The deal was : now is the opportunity for a good hotel-man to I PINE AND CYPRESS -..t'tf I PECK tQ

.made by the Conrad Real Estate Company i make his fortune. For particular: call on C. A. & FOSTER.

; ,of this city. The consideration Lath, Shingles: Flooring, Ceiling Brick
is said to be in the neighborhood oft i' CLEGG, Owner, on the premise. .. or inquire of J Lime Family Groceries
and Cement in Stock. Omee *D(1Vr .130,000. any real estate agent. J I Railway .. orani Avenue
The Colonnades i is one of the most i MILL-Bond Mill,.\t1ullc Coat LJa Icy..loo
r ideal hotels of Halifax Or will sell the elegant 11 room house with : I| Kalamazoo. Sanford coats of Jack- --"ic. Grain Fancy
the section and s now. on plot any J on Braocb of lbe F B.C. R,.

: is just closing one of the most prosper- size plot desired. i Phone 83 and FoodtrLAMt
R. J.
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'('':, : :? -......-..- .. ...... .....' -. "hire a few handsome of .- I -. 11 ___

.'<'y "II' f1 hi1 -painted 'china left," pieces such as CITY STREET Charged With Embezzelment. .......... ...........I.!...e. .uI.ust..Is.I....* r ____ __-L ..

Local .Paragraphs. i I. LOW TIDES _
plates, cups and saucers sugar and. Monday morning a stranger givinghis OD the BEACH

.... ......i. creams, etc. We will ship any piece for IMPROVEMENT name as R. Hobbs hired a f
....... .... t State and ;
'" you. Geo. II. Clark, Jeweler. horse of C. E: Johnson's livery for the i County : _FE& nAtCK AMU.i
have of the most
fWe one complete of driving to Ormond. Not
t workshops on the East Coast. No Job Peter Siems and family closed their purpose :-i: ..12:45. _12:25- 1:31-
beautiful Beach street home Suggested by Mayor having returned late in the afternoon 2... ... 1:30.. 1:12.: .. 2:15-
too Jars or too small for us to doFioe yesterday Seaman In His Mr. Johnson became and ... .
and suspicious 3- 2:15 I.5&. 3:00-
for\helr : _
watch repairing our specialty. All departed summer home at Message to the City Councilon went to Ormond looking for the horse, I Taxes 4._ 3:10.. 2:43... 3:40-: _
z ,goods engraved free. St. Paul, Minn. only to find no trace of it. Deputy 5... .- 365_ 3:21: 4:20-
L. H. ROWE & CO. The Jewelers. Meet Monday Evening.At 6.. :. (::45... 4:11: 5:10...
t me,at Curtis'and try an Ice Sheriff Smith wired to different sections
-. 7_ 5:31.. _. 4:55: 6:00.: ..
Judge Isaa< A. Stewart, of DeLand, Cream Cone. It's refreshing. a meeting of the City"Council Monday of the State and Monday night Sheriff 8._ 6:10.. 5:47.. 8S5-

theVoldest evening Mayo Seaman presented Turner captured Hobbs a* DeLand. i 9.. 7:09. 6:30... 755..
visitor Wm.
Scobie Must Be Paid
Daytona Tuesday. This
of Month
a one
was winter
t B e following : __10._ 8:10... 7:30.: .. 8.55-:.
**Bowden Lithia water on draught at residents of Ormond, died Tuesday Daytona message I I He .gave a different .nsme, however, ..J1... ... 9:13... ... 830.: ._ 0:51_
''Banking The morning. The body was shipped Thurs- Florida March 23, 1008. when arrested and said he was on bis t ...12._ .10:10.: .. 9:30.: .. ...10U-
Druggist. day to Pittsburg for interment. To the Honorable City Council, way to his dying wife at Seabreeze.He We have of the Tax _13.11:00.: ... _10:20... _11:28._
Judge D. L. Gaulden, of Titusville, Gentlemen: The city is fuJ) of tourIsts had left the horse and buggy at ..14... _11:43... ..11:10: .11:50.: ..
5Dr. and _..15_. _12:25.. ._11-5O_ .12:30-..
Houghton, dentist west end of winter people. all infatuated
wa a visitor in Daytona Monday. are DeLeon Springs as security for a six
_16._ 1:00.: 1225. lO.S:
Don't fail to pair vour State and South Bridge, Peck Block, phone 32. tf with the beauty of the city of dollar loan. I I i Rolls for Seabreeze, Daytona ..17_ 133... 1:01: 1:45.-

Conrad Stubenbora, his family and a and they cheerfully tell us so in conversation A warrant was sworn out for Hobbs 1 _18_ 2:07: .. 1:37_ 225._
and County taxes. The books close but ..J9... 2:45.. 2:15... 300._
few friends made the trip to St Augustine they generally say. "how alleging embezzelmentaod he was lodged I Beach Kingston and Daytona
next Tuesday. frightfully dusty it is. You i ..20._ P. 3:15: .. 2:49.. 3:45..
last Friday in his handsome houseboat ought; to in the county jail. It is contended that ...2L. 3:55... 3:2.5_ 4:37:

Fresh moth balls at Young's Phar the, Ernestine. They returned have the streets sprinkled and then the Hobbs is not in his r!rghtmind and it is and will attend faxes _22.. ._ 4:35.: 4:07: .. 5fO.: _

macy.J. Monday and report a very pleasanttime. town would be really delightful.! probable that a commission will' be ap- i to your ..2L. 5:25.. 455._ 6:35 .

S .- A The aut.oists say we have the best pointed to inquire into his sanity. ..24._ ._ 605.; ) ._ 5:51: .. 7:43-
of the
C. Young departed Wednesdayfor log trip is too lengthy roads in Florida i _25._ ... 7:08.: .. _. 6:50.: 8:50_
his home at Frankfort, lad., after apleasant for publication this ,week. but for want of re- Sunday afternoon he hired a bicycle for a nominal fee. ...26.. ._ 8:20.. 800._ 950._

visit with his son, Garth B. "For pairs they are full of ruts, they are from George Pollard and it is alleged [ ...21.. .. 928.: 9:10: _10:45..
Sale at a bargain-New cottage rough and une.en. and with the dust it that he sold it to Claude R. Carter for ..28... ..1032... ..10:13.. ...11:36_

Young. newly furnished! on one of the is getting to be no pleasure to ride or $4.50 ,. CONRAD REAL ESTATE CO. ;;.29_ _11:30_ ..11:10... ..1222...
fMeet me at Curtis and try an Ice best streets in lay tona. lot 50 by 200. drive on them. All they would __ I .I ; ...30._ __.._ _12:00._ 1:0,5...
say _31_ ..1249._ ____
Address Box 182. For ---
Possession At Cost Cash
Cream Cone. It's refreshing. .given: cheerfully.pay any reasonable charges to

fiI A fire in the scrub on West Grange I April 15th. be devoted solely to the betterment of Ov er fiOO cases of Fancy Groceries and ... .. ........,...,,..... ....... Forenoon and afternoon tides are ap-

the fire alarm to be Win. 11. Hosker, aged 54 of the streets. table delicacies.Not proximately &t the same hour. Auto.
avenue I years .***********************************..***************- mobiles can be driven on the bejcb twa
sounded Monday. No material damage Lynn, Mass., died very suddenly at the The merchants every day deplore the selling out or quitting business : hours after high tide and within two

WM done. I residence of R. H.McDonald last Saturday damage caused to their goods tlY the only to reduce my stock so I can en- : Fronting Halifax on Riv.th T. Modern Elt'CtrK.Lights Improvements and. :It hours of high tide.MASONIC .

evening. The cause of death was clouds of dust filling the air. large my store and make it a two-story It

*Bakery goods, strictly homemide, apoplexy. The body was embalmed by Walking on our streets on windy days building. This will enable me to make .. It DIRECTORY.
: at Mac's Cafe. tf It HALIFAX LODGE. No. .1. T. A. MJ-
fresn every the Bingham & Maley Co., and shippedto has no element ot pleasure about it for a better display and to handle my stock It Meets lit and Srd Thutidajr. _

-;; Miss, Lillian Rawlings left Saturday I Lynn, Sunday accompanied by Geo. the duet. which assails one at every step to a greater advantage and so better SCHMIDT'S HOTELFormerly HALIFAX CHAPTER. No. 5. R. A. si.' -
) fur her home at Raphine, Va,, after a Horker a son of the deceased. one takes. serve my growing trade. K.T.-

pleasant visit with her brother, Dr. J.R.UnCL I This is an unnecessary condition and Tht'he gOOl.liill be in my way and Ihave : :S. J'lUi.-Jt.' VUJo. It Meets Ub Tblulld.y.
Have you visited the Bargain Coun it is to abate. I.IVEOAK CHAPTER. No. S, O. K. 8.-
E. up us to A little judi- no room in which to store them
: HKNKY SCHMIDt & SON: Proprietors, i Meets 2nd and tin TueadaYI.
ters at Clark's stationery store. You cious effort will correct it It will cost while enlarging my ftore I'!o I-will sell All meet In Masonic Ball Orange a""lI'.
Turkey dinner every Sunday and will find some excellent bargains; in something.: to do it, but everything we them at cost for cash. They are strictlyfirst I : DAY1ONA, I IA4tIDA. S
at The Howard tf n n
i Thursday China. enjoy we must pay for in somray. class and fresh &:"ow. 'all and : DOBBINS, = .

Capt. W. F. Pierson, of Lexington, The Gazette-News desires to Let us put our streets and walks in see what I have to Oder. : It General repairing, key fitting, SAW filing. -
Va., arrived Saturday evening and is the apologize the best possible condition before the S. W CARROLL. : Fine Home TuMi lk'iightfula Trunks valises, umbrella and
for the
guest of his son, Dr. J. H. Pierson, on rrowded condition of its ad- beginning. of another tourist season. We 1w\JInnalolfO l hates Bunny Rooms i parasols repaired and recovered. Lawn

Cedar street. Its vertising news matter columns this to the week.detriment The rush of can do it. The people of the city. the Mrs. P. J. Moore and Miss I-aughrey; : :........................... ...4......,.........,' Checks mowers and repaired tags.and!Rubber sharpened stamps, Badge: and, a' e

Parlor Millinery at the home of Mrs. will soon b* over, however and we property owners and every one who entertained at an informal dancing .... ... ... official seals. 228 South Beach Street,
uses the streets will cheerfully assist us.ttie party at the rooms of the Palmetto. .B i..G Daytona, Ho.If .
E.C. Hibbard, Daytona Beach. shall endeavor, as we have in thepast, r. s..11
, to make our the kickers will be very few. Let us Club Wednesday evening. A very; TWO
newsiest sheet in
paper to
, Circuit Court will convene at De- the put into effect some plan to resurface pleasant time was enjoyed by all pres-, you expect

Land the second Monday in April As county. all of the streets east of the railway ent. : One Six i: Room Hou-e with double porch, Electric Lights, Telephone :ji J

I t a result Criminal Court will not convene Wanted--A .good second hand dump where necessary, and sprinkle all of ---- -- -- 2 J.tc.: corner lot, 93 feet on Ridgewood by 250: feet. Good fence. Large Build

I until April 28. cart warranted in good repair. Ad- them at least once a day during.: dry 'For Sale-As I am now traveling and grape vine, a number of peach trees good bearers. A good: some for a CottageResidence
wish to locate nearer the center of my :
Now is the time to place your order dress Mrs. J. M. Parkhurst, Hulovv. Florida weather. : some one. III

for an Easter Suit made at llui ziett's. Yolusia Co. ....-2 I recommend that a license tax be required territory of I offer at a low figure all or 2.. : One Five Room Cottage (one story building) lot 100i15V( feet, situated Hotel
comprising or
any part my property
for every bicycle, buggy cartage : on Mulberry street.. A cozy little home.
} President Cyrus Northrup, of the The citizens of St. Augustine have invited dwellings, 1 store, I corner lot on Bay : I
\ wagon cart, automobile or other These! places are in Kingston, Just north of Davtona. Good Graded and examing our stock of .
University of Minnesota, and Dean the n embers of the Florida East and Beach streets, suitable for business,
vehicle using the streets. Such license : S<'ho<>l. A Church and Postofffce near by. : !
Jones, of the same institution are en- Coast Automobile Association and their taxes should be graded so that each vehicle hotel or opera house and a nine acre Call on or write .1 Furniture and HouseFurnIshings.

q t: rioyfoC the salubrious climate of Day- friends to participate in the Ponce de should pay a fair proportion farm; see any real estate man or J. R: : ;

,-e tonA., Fjidsy of Jut week Asa Paine Leon parade April 3rd. It is prolmUe based on the wear it will cause the Rush, owner. tfSome .. H. T. McCLELLAN, : .
_ .
-: took them to the mammoth orange that a large party of motorists will accept streets. A large revenue may be had e : Kingston or Daytona, Florida.
of Beed Knox & Heed at Bulow. the invitation, leaving here on the Celery Notes.C. .
grove from that sc-ource where the city now receives i. \Ve want to convince
f' afternoon of the 2nd. Any |>ersons having nothing. :................................................... you
1 Spring Tonics of all kinds at Young'sPharmacy. U HUnchard, "f Milwaukee was that prices right.Bingbam&MaleyCo..
cars and desiring to go may communicate I further recommend that a special( the guest of W. F. Holmes last \\eek.lr. .._OO our
,_: ) .
with Messrs. D. McLaren Gen.
road tax of five mills be levied on all ) Blanrhard is president of the Stand-
Among those from this vicinity who E. Sebring as to details. It is desired real estate east of the railway, for a ard Paper Co., of Chicago. While in A. D. rVcBRIDB J. B COISRAU F.N.CONRAD &

attended the meeting of the County that all go together making the start at period of one to five years. This will Daytona Mr.' Blanthard invested in apiece 1 President VkePrti.MERCHANTS. cu"le .
Democratic Executive Committee at De- the time.Houseboats.
):' same produce annual revenue of $5000: at ourprt'5ent of land which- will at once be
: Land Tuesday were Henry Schmidt, E. : BANKS "
valuation. It is safe to
say planed in condition for celery culture.:
Hotels For
I, :Conrad, E. L. Smith M. H Zuber t Cottages that a total annual revenue of about __
Rent-For 1908-9! bhould be
... and T. E. Fitigerld of this city; C. F.Burgman season $8000 to $10,000 be obtained from --. _
of Seabreeae, and Wm. \VethVrell listed now with my Rental Department. these: two sources can to carry forward this Cuuuuings: A. Wheaton two enterprising o Capital Stock.....-......................,...............f 50,000 ====1;=' =5tsiUW==

f# Sr., of Holly Hill.tForSale Offices North and South. important and absolutely necessary business men from Sunbury, Ohio. Surplus ami Profits ........... ............ ............... 55,105
J Ask Mr. Footer, Neville H. ClarkOPTICIAN.
-50: laying hen and two 44-21 Palm Beach, Fla. work of good roads The future prosperity have bought a twenty acre trait west of Four per cent interest paid on Savings accounts and Time Certificates I 1

"j ,cocki:-Rhode Island Reds, thoroughbreds [ of the city depends on the effortswe I Kingston and will dear, tile and improve of Deposit. No notice required for withdrawals. Ii

Henry T. Titus Daytona.vfft t Wan ted-By an experienced south put. forth in the next two or three ; the same at once, ISO as to be .
S erp garden farmer, partner furnishing years. I ready for nest winter's crop of celery.The Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.OrderThatSpringSuitNow.
1. Grand Chapter of Florida, Order The building of concrete walks is i
$ capital to establish celery farm at Daytona now
of the Eastern Star will bold its fourth .OO OI4I.."
t or New Smyrna, particulars by well started. A few hundred feet more
.. -annual session at the Masonic hall, mail. Address: P. Bewan, Sanford, Fla.It will complete all the sidewalks between first SOlid car of crate materialever

t Daytona Tuesday and Wednesday, Second avenue and Cedar street. received in Daytona came in last n

I April 21st and 22nd, Nettie V. Turner, is about time to place your order Immediate provision should be madeto week consigned; to W. F. Holmes who .L I ,1.1 I .

cS. 1 :;of New Smyrna, is the Grand Matron; for that Easter Suit. We have a large. require cement walks on all streets has several acres of celery on Second \ CIiL, Ii Eyes Examined Free.
from custom tailoring departI
t lob W:Sineath, of St. Augustine, is line of samples to select from, and we east of the railway and between Fairview avenue, west of the railroad. Anothercar \ our I!

*1J4Patronand Arthur U. Carter, can save you money. Suits made right avenue and South street. is expected in a few days, and shipments I 11 "J iII' xueut. Then you con have it made it At Clark's Jewelry 8oN.I Sn

of Holly Hill is the Grand Secretary. here in Daytona. of celery will start this week. just the way you want it-from
Let Us set to work at. once that these
l . ,
bere.-- 'I,... ..... .... I--=== rr r
ii ._ \Leghorn eggs for hatching, white, Burnett, the Tailor. greatly needed public improvementsmay Mr. Holmes expects to have from ten to cloth of your own selection and a
twelve carloads from his farm alone. ___,
4 Inn, buff and black. Bert Heacock, fMeet me at Curtis' and'try an Ice be pushed to an early completion, style design of your own choosing.We PINE WOOD
tf I and to that end I recommend that a
Ce4artreet. Cream Cone. It's refreshing. .
proper committee of your honorable .5t canfurui8hyOu for$25 to $40
A motorist was arraigned in Mayor'sluesday The first car of celery ever shipped :
'First class upholstering done at body be instructed to and -
4 the' charge { of Vvlu>ia County was shipped from S the best tailored-to-measure suitS
pourt morning on | FOR SALE
Hobbs, Orange avenue entrance to Peck a proper ordinance or ordinances to
'... yof fiat and reckless driving and running Block. carry into effect the foregoing ice'ore-rut: Smyrna last week. The car netted you ever wore-shape* style,workmanship
conflict oft ,*> crate in the field.If and unsurpassed
e _I Utout lights. There was a mendations. per S 1 L 4 quality

t tNtiaiiafc. ? M to thoughts and the de- 'Mansfield's Creamery Butter and Pu- Yours Respectfully, -- ----- -- A J" -becausomado to fit your individ.'L $2 and $2.50 a Strand

't feridant was discharged on that charge. rity Butterine in one, pound bricks at G. B. SEAMAN, your gasolene stove on'tork ,.- : S ual form by Ed. V. Price & Co.,

r ,JIe wu found guilty of fast and reckless Birch wood's. tf Mayor. right drop a card to W. :.driving, however, and fined $25 add VJ: he will send a man to fix it. ,;. t
'to *Hememl your friends and send The communication referred to ,; sand Tailors.*' son's Wood Yard west of
There ,
11 j otta,which was promptly paid. "i.e
them a box of Englewood oranges: ,price the ordinance committee with instruc-
ban been no drunks and diaorderlys inMajor's (First pub. Mar. 23; last. pub. May 2.) I
Court recently, but a number reasonable. Grove located one mile. tion to draft ordinances covering' sug Sheriff's Sale. Ui : Their beautiful line of 500 fabrics railroad on Magnolia aven-

fifbicfcUsta have been uj before His north of Hotel Ormond. Call on or address gestions. Under and by virtue of an execution Ei :" Jor Spring and Summer-shown. ue.
E. W. Amsden, Ormond. Alnerman 'lark gave notice that at issued out of the Circuit Court. of the i .
Honor chtftged with riding without Vj here exclusively by us-of lers an
the next regular meeting he would submit Seventh Judicial Circuit of florida in a Hutchinson & Brittle.
,tiakt& 'The beauty of the thing is we can in the form of an ordinance a proposed cause therein pending wherein E. W.: .? admirable raniefor selection and

5'Frjce that's easy and quality that's cut, fit and make your clothes right here amendment to the city charter; Greene, Mayor of the City of Daytona, ii$ their original fashion plates suggest "

S. 'pe&t: in suits made right; here in Day- in Daytona. O. S. Burnett Tailor. prohibiting the acceptance of streets less J.Florida A. Jackson, is plaintiff are defendants, and }. M.Smithand,I have levied a many novel ideas for the benefit 0., S. BURNETT,

toia. Burnett, the Tailor. For Sale-20 acres choice hammock than thirty feet wide. I upon and will bell at public outCry at of particular dressers. I
.S'' I The City Engineer wa authorized to the front door of the court house in DC- ; i! Tailor.
B. J. Pacetti passed through Daytona land 5 acres in bearing orange. grove. 1 Land, "Florida on the first Monday in I _
,)Lo day with a pile driver for the pur- Cbas. F. Wetherell Holly Hill. tf male a map of the city .showing preposed the proposed -I May A. D. 1908, being the fourth day of Come in curly-before everybodyelse ( Orders Taken for Royal Tailoring

poll staking the canal between here I hydrants etc., for the the month during the. legal hours of sale, is dressed up-and see fabrics "
..' f5 gallons Bowden Lithia. $2.50. I waterworks system. to the highest and best bidder, for cash Cleaning, Pressing, Altering and
J ad at. Augustine. A stake will be Hankins, The Druggist. the following described real estate, to- Nos. 440-1, 4308, 4308. I' Repairing for Ladies and Gea-

flaced every 1000 feet in the canal and Institute. wit: East 89 feet of lots 5 and 6, Block: "..._ ..... .. .. "d. co.. .1320 !. 4270 HH and style de- 1: We call for and
stan prominent points in Smith's Creek t A .good horse, wagon and cart for Farmer's 4, Greene's subdivision of Block 53; tlemen.
West 56 feet of Lots 5 and 6, Block 4,: bifcns 485, 493 and 401. > ThenIELV.Pr&e :
E.el..l..l..lr.pr..Lsdv. all
.UA tut Uatanzas river. All stakes will sale cheap. Enquire of Mrs. Hasty Last Monday Prof. P. E. Rolfs Director &C ..M.fSbaRi deliver goods.
Greene's subdivision of Block 53 and
W Kt on the starboard side of the canal Ponce Park\ Fla. tf of the State Experiment Farm Lot 10, Block: 4, Greene's subdivision; ol ; : tell us to take your measure. Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.

P>ng north and will designate the chan- the with Prof. A. W. Blair of the same department Block 53; all of the above t'scrilJft1 ANTHONY BROTHERS Phone No. 32.

nd. This work is being done by the Ladies' and gentleman's baths at I gave some very interesting property is situated in the City of Daytona -- - -- -- -- -
Claal Company be completed Electric Light Plant. lectures to the fruit and Yolusia County, Florida, and
and will and instructive
.. levied upon as the property of the defendant
in Unit BO that boats going to the Poncede Three automobiles for sale cheap. vegetable growers of this vicinity at the F. M I Smith.

Leon Celebration' will experience no Enquire of McCoy Bros. City Hall. This IWth day of Febraurv I). 190S Norman Dayton
t1' I Prof. Blair delivered a lecture on
Call at the Sheriff Volusia County, Florida.FIT7GERALI .
What is Lily which full of valuable -
Soil Management, was .
U you want the best oranges& for ) & OATES,
tome Electric Light Plant. pointers to agriculturists on the Attorneys for City of Daytona.
consumption to ship call at
for cultivation
land -
best of preparing -- -- -- -
Point drove rates first-class work-D.iytona ways
Smyrna road For conserving moisture duringIroughts Pkllllp E. Robinson Architect.l1cr.j -
# we !ruaonable and shipped express paid Laundry, phone 8. National Blcl'iSavannah ,
land and im- ,
sweetening sour ,
otherwise. Ferd N rdman ifS ; ; Cre of 1st dcor utli of pcstoffii.e.V.. II. ED-
S Gulf Refining Co., phone 70, kerosene >ro-.ingthe physical condition of the Winter la KlorUUBungalows.Horn*' pioperty. s > :

'- The Democratic ExecutiveCom1ttee gasolene, cylinder and machinery soil. Prof. Blair gave: in support of his Patio Houwt.. MOXDSQX Manager: Day tuna, Fla. Hans Estimates: and ,'inlronthat irons. A luxury to

County oils. Office and warehouse at Daytona statements the results .of exhaustive : Tropical (iarI Superintendence. Lumber )vard Magnolia: Avenue andF. women.
Wind. met Tuesday afternoon Novelty Works, E. Dillingham.! Agent. tests made by his department having I den., K.: C. Railway. 1'houes at office, yard aud residence.
Almost all the members were arrived at conclusions! which could only Boaton.Sa"aDnah. !, Saves 30 per cent of time and 75;;

C PIentand the meeting was lively and \Ve will secure for you bottom priceson have been obtained by individual grow- W\-: ..iajjI Tampa. -- *: S per cent of fuel.

WMprtiag in every respect. The coreS lumber and other building materials.No : of time and __ n_- . . . . neighbor or
*elected Dr. Ceo. W. Fisher, sec- one receives grafts on your purchase ers by spending years ......................... .1 i I 1 Ask yonr

;'IttuJ 1Q place of J. W. Perkins, resign&Maii Norman S. Dayton, Daytona. tf thousands Prof. Rolfs of,dollars.acknowledged as the highest Daytona Ice Company .; 'l\V. H. EDMONDSON.BATHS .

was Issued for the coming State in his line, ] ,
S good hustler ill every authority in I For Sale Cheap.
dmaryeIeti90 to be held later on, uWanted-A i "
:.Isbm Niiiaex be i published in the Gazette- .I town to from sell our$1.50 perfect to $8.00 water, 100 filters per centprofit retailing -: lectured big on advantage Better Farming of rotating; showingthe t.heI I :: "p U REI ICES P- THE FINEST

week. A set of resolutions out son. The afternoon : S .
Distilled Water.
agents exclusive territory. crops to restore worn Enterprise Stereoptican, from .
'N'kdjipted to .
S la memory of SenatorS Filter Co., Seneca, Mo. 43-4 lecture wai largely attended by i With Sun Rival Light, SS Factory corner Railroad and Volusia avenue. 4 I
James Bryan who died Sunday, Seneca attentive. crowd and the City : . . . . : ON EARTH I
a very Flue.) \
i Very
.S --V0 wfll "PP**' next week. Dr. Addison O'Neill, Osteopath 220 Hall proved too small to hold all wh. FOR MEN AND WOMEN 25c.]

t *" .JWE
f JJ8 FOR,SALE NEAR COUNTRY launches for sale. Inquire of The Institute was arranged for by C. CO views Passion Play- lect- i large below supply where of we Engines carry, in Boilers stock,I LILY WATER
Tbree i
lto5 BP JaE' II. L. K., SEAr Ormond. tf S. Ricman, Secretary of the Model Farm urcs, screen and everything Saw Mill, Idler:: : Planers Shingle Tk. Bet t Wa'"rer T.W.V*
WEEZE. tf W. A. Darker, Company, who has been making; a specialty :; complete for entertainment. macLines, Threshers, in fact all WOOdWorking I I' LIGHT /

line of toilet soaps and sun of the vegetable growing businessand Machinery, Saws, Belting ELECTRIC
i-lS: ** SJe Any one wanting alater tSupurb Pharmacy. done much to bring : A. W. FIELDER, and Supplies. Write us what you I PLANT
.., *l dries at Young's has recently _ want. We can! supply you and Save If
r residence facing Hal- land "boom" nowbe&innine
Hire by the. day I, about the incipient t X tW Smyrna, Fla. you money. f
-i-f for
# nvfr, high ground, will get Automobile here. Next year the lectures I t
r Uto by addressing A. B., hourortrip. W. W. Abercrombie.149.>\ay t.1 I will be repeated. .........................4 MALSBY COMPANY S. FOR \'Tt1 STREET, ATLANTA, OA. .

S.-- ws.. side Inn, Myrtle avenue, phone

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-a.. potracm( MNOUHCEMEMTS.Under I the.FOR"People TAX of Voluaia COLLECTOR.County: hereby announce my"candid ? for r Koike b hereby jhrea that lfand ; ffenosfeip .
I CIl exlitfnr between : .
e befome candidate nomination to a second term
I have decided to agahi Miller
Arthur I. ,
-- : th'i baddifl at' thetartoua for the office of Tax Collector at State's Attorney in and for'I 1tb under taI
for aDd of J. C
ocnccmenu of fond "lUbject t.. the name
I' 9$t,and Oanty office. the approaching primaries and respectfully judicial circuit held JUr I bees dissolved by mutual, :
'H The ekarge for insertion of aDnouZCi solicit votes and support.I Democratic Primaries to bei
your -
rl*+ are Arthur L Miller assunva'ali
until IDs prtm with the administration
roeLt from now
in this capacItybefoff' 1908. again trusted
have served 19,
nowerer. you
orer.will boo aJs' BO exception important and an bills due the firm are i
i of tfcos woo and believe that knowledgeof of this J
bins made In the ea** red my ARTHUR
coWemb.roftheCoo .'" and will, u I have him. S_
County ofBcebythepeopIe.I
election as office
2IV, the details of the my
Public Instruction J. C. BITTLER., ,
I Talks on t Bo pieces me in a better position i always striven to do. perform mjT duty "
will b charged'
Straight woo B-i- the beat'interests Daytona Beach, Fla., March it
It U to be distinctly understood tbat no i to serve you satisfactorily than a !wand impartially and fearlessly, I
s &ZU1ouncem.ut111 be Inierwd bare I I untried man. or one not familiar of the State. Sheriffs Sale
being paid for la adranee. at we JOHJ C. JONES,
work of the office.
with the
S that Uill M theonly !
learned' from experience
saT a rul. I i 1'erY respectfully yours, State's Attorney 7th Court. Under and by virtue of aDiJISUtd M
- t 9 Patent Medicines D. P. SMITH out of the Circuit Court
F.I I FOR JUSTICE OF THE J'EACE. Seventh Judicial Qmut of F

FOR SHERIFF.I FOR TAX COLLECTOR.To I hereby announce myself a candidate and for Volusia County ia ..
f I take this method of announcing that Democratic Voters of Volusi Cc.i .- for election) to the office of Justice of the therein pending wherein The]

: ...... The Recall Remedies deserve confidence. I'ill be a candidate for the office of i l have been prevailed upon for past'four j I Peace in and for the Eighth District of Importing Company, a corpo.. ,, .
h \ As all these remedies are grouped under one name they must suc- I Sbeiff Volusia Const 'the comingprimaries. years to male the race for Tax I 1, VoIusU County, subject to the action. of hating under and by virtue of th*
One I promise "f elected, to per I i Collector, but have deferred on account (1 the Democratic Primaries. If ejected, of Illinois, is plaintiff, and L. Q/f s
teed,or fail together. There must be no weak links in this chain. form the duties of the See! in an honest i[of personal friendship for the present it win bamyabm in the future, as ill thepast rime is Atfradent. I have lerfcd"

I unworthy remedy would! mean dicastcr to th: entire plan. If you, and faithful manner. I most respectfully -I,' incumbent. to administer the duties of the and win sell at public outcry O'

Resat t Cure and were not cured J ask the support of the people. s, My friends seem to think: that eighteen ,''offiN! to the best of mw ability. the front door of the court boas fc
for example, purchased the Cough Eo L. .Mllti. years service in one of the best HE\PY T. TITUS. Land, Florida on the fint Mon -,

by it, how could we expect you t o place any fill thsrealter in the 1 7 1 paying offices in the county should be April, A. D.. 1908 being the Ctii

fi 1 "RexalT* Dyspepsia Cure or any other member of the "Rexa! To toe Democratic FOR SHERIFF.Voters of Volusia sufficient for any one man and demanding ; .t1th1I1..........t/........: the said month during the lega
; the
; a change I have decided to enter of sale, to the highest and best ,
t family ? County: I race at the next primary. for cash, the following described 4 .
: hereby announce myself as a candii I have been a supporter of the democratic -t : Legal Notices : t.o-1Fit-Lot 1 Block
such; anxious was givento estate 51 -'
t You understand therefore why care
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can sub-
/ i date for sheriff of Volu ia county, ':, party Volusia county for the 1 Volusia County :
finding and choosing: the remedies to w: ich the name Rexall" was '! ject to the action of the Democratic past twenty years. My constituents !, .......................... I property tona, levied upon as, the Florida.: a
; "
I'' this circle until} cmmittee of ; primary. If elected, I pledge m}elf to know my attitude in politics and if my defendent L. G. propotfr
Williaume -
given. We have admitted none to: cur impartially enforce the laws of the I loyalty and service will warrant: your First pub. Feb.. ; last pub. March 28. '

't"t experts had been convinced by investigation and test that! it was the county and to conduct the affair ofI support for a promotion it will be very l.Notke. Sheriff: of'Volusia County J. R. TUIlnR norw.:.:I

i medical science for the ailment it aimed I the office to the very best of my ability. much appreciated.I .
; best remedy known to I the cf all Notice is hereby given that on the
I1 earnestly support
request i of the I
familiar with the duties
1 am 31st day of March, A. D., 190s, the on- ( First pub. March 1 f) 3Guardian's
p to relieve. voters at the primary.LEE office and feel safe in Baying I can serv e Annabel McClel- *
guardian Notice. |
Who should: know better than the leading thousand l druggists. of __ _" _MORRIS.I __ you to your satisfaction. I have make noj! !dersigned nosed Hearst McCIellan, minors will Notice is hereby given that the tta4/p.,
; and what not efficient medicine ? loa MEMBER BOARD OFEDUCATION. pledges nor fate promises to 1 to the Honorable J. Lee McCroy( <
this country what are, are further than I will agree, if elected, to : apply signed guardian of Morris St.*M1Niver
of the merit of visit each for the (County Judge of Volusia County a minor, will, on the UUidtf. rt
tl Remember the success our enterprise depends en precinct once a year
I candidate
hereby announce myself a Florida for an enter to sell an
A. D., 1908, apply to the
April, BOM ;,
I 1' .. each individual remedy. Our reputation whic.: is our ';;::/ business: for re-election a+ a member of the purpose of giving the citizens an oppore d two-thirds interest in the following able County Judge of Voluaia CotMr*'
} tunity to their taxes. ,
i I existence is at stak Can you doubt, that in buying a "r being county sell
l order
you are buying the best that science and experience can rive you ? be held May 19. 190'4, and i if elected will i i fit to honor me with this promotion I 11 I or Florida and described as follows! tot for following an deacribed to at real a private estate,sale bekw., tfe'
f will endeavor to show my gratitude. ,
three members of the ** Rexall". iomily : endeavor to ducharse the duties of the i resultsand wit: Commenting at a point on Ridge- ing to said minor, to wit.
Here are prominent t office the best of not, I will be satisfied) with the """'1
my ability. t wood. avenue, 445 feet north of Main
CEU. F. CROUCH. remain a democrat just the same The West Seventv-five ((75)) feet C
HCUU. fT" HIM TOMC mALL DTS P'SI-' TABLETSKesorcin htt3A1': JUte COMH STftU I! Thanking my friends for past favors, street: running thence east on a line at Block Twenty (20)) Memento and tat
FOR COUNTY JUDGE.I I am. Yours to command, right angles with Ridgewood avenue Twenty ((20) Block One .1)) JJhffcM
j The famous ReaI'93"If .rTIe renr: kaWc: success of A c*If itia !is Co6'i S"; "-f*. take this method of informing the! W. H. M, BRIDE 250 feet; thence north 05 feet; thence Beach: and Lot Three (3) Block Twin
i Retail Tablets i,. i Volusia that I west 250( feet to Ridgewood avenue; Kingston and Lot Six ( ,..-
voters (6)
Tonic is composed 1.1 chief of Dyspepsia 1...> p-t.t'.r..*sore eats r. ffcLiervv County am a I (12) of hal
Beta : new and sun candidate for re-election to the office of FOR TAX ASSES.-5OR. thence south! along Ridgewood avenue tons subdivision of Block Fifteen (1$
I krtorcia. : ct.sLulmet'r4of : t> : -i fer.ce ().X'.d i To the People Volusia County'- -4 9.1 feet to the place of beginning in { '
nunufacture. :County Judge, subject to the action cf j Kingston, all lying and beings (fe
YilocarrhL. Y whereby tbe.we.l] ksowa: properties C\T\ \ incgir Sq.IBone! Democratic primary to be held May Jf* i Some years ago I'a+ chosen County what is known as the Kingston tract, < County of Volusia and State of FkaUt

u one of the L-te t of BsmS.1bnlrate sit: Hurehouiid aid Svrjp. 190. Should you again honor with aa I Assessor of Taxes for Volu.-ia County. being part of block s, Asssessor's Map IDA L. NIVER.GoanibJThis

l and most effective g rm.killers and Pepsin hate been combined: A;1 of these have been knob 1 eelection I shall endeavor, as in the i The tax books at that time were: far of Kingston. If. T. "M.CLELLAN, March 11th, 1908. 4tf

discovered Ly a science and in with carrnisltivei and other pa-t, to discharge the duties of the from perfect, a comparison of "hichv.'itb Guardian.
Connection Beta NaphthoJ, agenu. f. r d hmdred }ears as remedies office satisfaetonlv all. II the tax books of tod:1y"ilI justifymy T his February 29. 1905. LOTS FOR SALE :
fc and hoarseness. I claim I have made improvements FITZGERALDJOATES, i j*
i which is bosh germicidal and bismuth Su nitrate and Pep- Boughs J. LEE }ICRORY.I that great
in this work which is Attorneys for Guardian. k
antiseptic, a combination i i-> SIB are recognised by the entire Ii Rexall Cherry Juice Cough now i River Beach and Interior. On p t '
'I to none in the State. y
profession as :specicc:* HIlt REPRESENTATIVE.To
formcd'hichnotoalydestro! s t0racutetadgestioaorchrozic: Synpallof these remedies I respectfully announce my candidacyfor I| sula half mile south of South
which rob hair of Democratic Voters of Volueia Co.I .- No charge for preliminary plans and <
the the
germs; des. P tpsia. have been combined by a process re-nomination to said' office subject' Terms reasonable. Enquire on. fjtee
b iu nutriment but creates{ a of manufacture that has hereby an nounce myself a candidate to the Democratic Primary, assuring estimates; supervision of work at actual
The used it manufactured between Peninsula Drive and
: dodt
i Pepsin for Heprcjntative from Volusia County,, I new
clean and healthy condition of you that if honored with another term j
: under a new processwhich blended them iato :a perfect medicinal subject to the Democratic Primaries, i rost. Norman S. Dayton, Daytona. tf MRS. S. M. DOBBIS&4JI
I will devote best efforts to the .
the scalp, which the my
1 presents its ef
develops greatest Larmony whereby the and if elected it will be my endeavor to i .
faithful of the duties of the -- -- '--
cf discharge :
I lodgment and. development ficiency.: Pepsin not only supplies characteristics. of each support: do the best I can for the i interests of all' offif' i 1.-..................................
new germs.Pilocarpin to digestive: machinery Volusia I
I parts County and the pet-pie !
1 of the most important elements : and rentorce the others. :, For your pair kindness and considcra-1: i .. '
\ 1 ii well-known one of the Mate generally. Q all Ihc year :lea I ly Kurnltbedl Excellent Norther TM:
I a of the digestive fluidbat: : The pathological% properties tiuu I thotik you very much and will >r ni< tr 10 t lu per wtee.j .
agent for restoring the hair to Respectfully: i I. greatly a re-election at
appreciate your
't its natural color, where the loss it seems to exert the a tonic which influence of each ingredient does ItS on E."T. CONRAD.l1ayt'na hand-. :'. B. WILSOX. Th GI MRS. ELLA. GLENN Proprletrea,.
glands e
t upon Hor ida.. 315 X Beach St., Daytona Fla.
work in the inflamed - -- -
cf color has been due to a disease supply all the other element particular easing : 3
,) of the scalp. It is not a membranes, looming J .w ,
The carm nit \es add properties I hereby announce myself as a candidate Centrally Located Facing the Halifax River. .
i ;.. coloring matter or d>'e-it pro- which promptly relieve the phlegm! and setting up a : FOR REPRESENTATIVE. for the of Tax Assessor ofVcl'iia ;
I' daces its effect by stimulating pains caused by undigested food. condition of health in the bronchial Lake Htkn.' Fl..., March 4th, J JtlJ.1 County[ in the Democratic Pri- \Vith floating and Fishing almost at the Doors .,;

J' the scalp and hair follicles to The combination the hole Ti> I iJenxxratk \Voters Voluaia fo.-I marif-s. be held '
I: t of w and nasal passages to on .May l th. I have I

I' health and acme life.Thiscombinationof. makes%a to remedy any man absolutely or woman invaluable One :spoonful wi3 relieve the hereby for the announce Legislature! myself, subject as a to candidate the, and been if:s honored consistent by democrat the democratic all my rotors life 4.4................. .... *..***************** 1.

c et.a from in9amedmembranes and ck-cifrk fit the legaloters of VolusiaCV b of Volusia # t
buffering d"Spepsu.-and temporarily l ouuty with the nomination
l y ?tives mixed with alcohol effective cot only a remedy, stop the cough One hots'hich /unty at the coming Primary Elec- I {pre.rui,ee todrvoteall my time to the # THE BENNETT h t
stimulant.Perfects most gndJaLycrrrc tion.m Mav lath 1W
works duties of T.
6 by the office. A. PATT1LLO. .
i remedy for hair and building and sumuaangthe tle will work a cure. It is exceedingly E.:: AlW \n.I --- I(,

j i scalp troubles known to-day. glands which perform the digestive i. pleasant to the: ta:.te- Foil CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT i j! :* >ilnaein( that celebrate I ) thoroughfare, RiJgewood Avenue

i I, Per Bottle We. auctions. Package, 25c children like it. Per Bottle, 20c. OK Till: 1.E41ISLATUIIE.I II ;) : To IXinocratic \" "f'olu a Co.- .
1 um a candidate of re-election to the Ilu ui1fwd l with all modern impro\'t 1f.nts. Rooms tn suite, with '
.t. t hereby abriounce mvs If as a candIdate office of Clerk of the ,
Circuit Court of ,,, and without baths. All white
Look this Rexall Guarantee each "This for rumination to the office of \'fJhl"ia County, and respectfully solicit :i j j i help. Gentlemen's smoking an
for on package: men.be-r <>f the House of Represenlatives the I I reading rooms adjoin the handsome bun parlor and sp&tiousoffire. '..
your support at Primary to be held l *
preparation guaranteed to give satisfaction. If it does not, comeback Mtbjeit: to the action r o f the I>.-morratic May 1'Jth A. D. 1'JOV! : : .

iI t and get your money. It belongs to you, and we want you to primary.MACON. THORXTOX.HiR election Should, I you shall again endeavor honor me to discharge with an I!I. Open from December 1 to May I 1. .I '

t have it" '--- the duties' of the office satisfactorily to : Terms on Application]

: REPRESENTATIVE.To all: and a.s the law directs. #
i Yours very truly, #
I.' Y I have dcci.l...l again to ask your *up- _._ -- Proprietor. _

I r f. 1: c. B. YOUNG Prop. port!KtpreeeiJtames r for the nomination to the Legislature.a.:* one of the Iwat :To SIPERVISOR: llenwcratic'oters OF REGISTRATION.1'olusiaCounty: :...t+F4.f.............Naei .PNM* N" Kd
elected l to that office in I 1VJ! t; and I am a candidate for re-election: to the '
ii The SSKa & Store served jou to the best of my ability and i cifirc of supervisor of Registration: and .....

a i. if you see proper to return me I pltdgemy i : :las'k your support, pledging: myself to I Ii |! THE PRINCESS ISSENA. .3EABKXKZK
.1 f honor to do all that I fan for the I the faithful and impartial discharge of''.1.1 FLOKIDA w,
people! and their interests ', the duties of the office.Respectfully !! \ new stone and frame structure. Neither a boarding house nor pr**:
l I D. F. MORRISON. Yours, ciH.ly a hotel, though combining all the modem conveniences and up4of.
JOHN R. \\ETHERELL 'I date accommodations of the latter. but intended to be in the nature ofa(?
r I elegant private home for the travelling public. Located in the midst dP"'
t ***************************************************** SI PEHINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INJSTRUCTION. 1 I block, 5 minutes walk from the beach. Terms $3.00 day. S- .
'l per ..
J rates for the season or for parties. ,{
tinpLir* Accomodates Fifty. t J ,
City Hotel. PI NES" NEW HOUSE. J To the People of Volusia County; !I T'TTTlliii r
j! 1 1 1 14 All Con..c. i I hereby respectfully announce my i
candidacy for the office of County Superintendent *.*******..+....NN..N. NNNN...NH..4.N.N1 1M4t I

: Kate *2.50) iVr Day and l'i llt".jally Month = of Public Instruction subject J F CLARK llr tor )lont om.f7..00.OaIl Hm
.ti OPEN All THE YEAR *: > ) l le j to the approaching Democratic Dealer In ball and frwh Water fISl.'I| i!

1. .\n attractive Louse \Iolth large and airy rn 'ini. bot and raid.! 'Aat..r 'Uruuyh tb>- primary. Oysters and Clams. Game in Season. All !
s #r Louie. sulphur or salt water balhel.crlrtlgbt l -furua< r L-at.n E s *! ; ELECTRIC LI GlnELECTRIC >. Hoin ..(the pleasant feature of"Tj PliiV: art-Its I \>-rnidt red ita I Ki.>f J to give my whole tire and very I Ix-s-t'!', : Telephone 28 !j
? Cottage Avenue DAYTON

A f Hot and Cold lltLL;.att..*. J-flu1 lUioiuiMniilr! or!.-n. suite. ", ltb or.without, | Vriat. Lath! I'a M..i... T.#J l|i efforts tins: county. in the, and interest with: (if this the assurance scLoots, of II ... .................................,........ ru.J N it i

T t' I I re.M tly ask for your support

I Table Fir6t-Cla : ()Pl:\ 11<0.\ M\'r..N\Bt-k: 15 To l .'\:'Y 1. *# I Sincerely, FLORIDA

-- MRS. J. B. MINSKV: Proprietress: : .
I'k' : : 338 South kiJgCHOod Avenue, e DA'WFLA.: To the People (Volusia Fla. CORRECTED TO FEBRUARY 5.'
'k i County -
No. -JNo.
5 5
V 1 +..tNHH" " +M.. ...tf+ll1i.iF+Fl1.+lNtls....: : I hereby announce myself as "a candi Dally Dally 29- STATIONS.'No.;' 7& No. 74 Na !"!

.. date for County :>uperintendent of i I !'Iuu' o,-' ,:Dally I[Daily Dally ,' Dii: t

1 ." ,." .,.,..,...******* k***********.**......***** : ................................. ................... Public Democrat Instructivn.and have I have been a lifelong i. I.rs llU..rn P iuum llwm a20am;OO.m: 'Lr..._......_.......Jackw.rub.. Auru.une...................L.fir, eau pia i 740 p ii 1'iii.
J : helped to fight ioU! III111.m I 11:18.11I: ,Lr .......... g20pm 140"11I I 7Uuj
+f I \a1nolia A\Cnue, I" the battles of Democracy sine-a 1>t7G,. :': : tt:: ......... Ar'. ._. .tPala &...'...,....Ly IU p. iU Pili gtis.
: -Hotel
t # THE CLEVELAND Po'toffice. I tUl.1D:' Par Jlt6.rn _"_._ Ormond- ...... .LT ....- ,-.. '' 41* pa .. j
I l l PALMETTO HOUSE 1 Upposlte Democracy loyalty to her.owes I stand me nothing indebted for my t. th.m I4syin lit; alii ............. & .._........,....Lr' S22 pm j) Jii pm !w1a
l2tSam2:2pm 2 u7
to her : ,lIJUIl'U; ,L'.... ..... PIII.j." pa |
S. B. GREEN, Proprietor.New !I, for the liberty: which I enjoy. I therefore I t ..eua 3 plO : rim -_ ..aes6myrna. ..... .Ly 210 pm' S ). .... M

-- Ju9am "" TttattWc.,.........
Well I Known offer myself at the coming Primary, ............... .3S5...:..PID. I 200 Pili ...._..... .........,..?.Lr un 112 pmt, 2... pia I.w
and 234 : ..... I. .1.r
Popular. : House :New furniture. Steam !Heat. Unitary Plumb' 1 May mh.a-iour aDd servant. If I amnominated .b1"am. ";;.. .,........: .j. 2&7 pm pm .??.._..... : & .......................... UM lUll' ___
elected I 4W pm 11 H
Gas -lJ .D1
.1 ing. Lighted. E.trytbint'pt'/ tf' promise to give 7I.. .m I 7.S I. pm LrPottPierce.
,' yin ;;} 10uoamltuparI1N[ P*|
# I my undivided attention in trying to ;, am ItfJ.i D1 PD1 pm .Ar.\\estPaimBeacJ&.L'.._.... 740 am. IIf" .. ..

;i .i
Overlooking the beautiful ]Halifax River. I kounis Only. Mouse Now Open for l h o';-0B.I raise the standard of our school to the 1 U 13S is aOlWQ UI III pm 7lS pm Ly...._._...Bre.ke PotDc1a.u..L'......:...,.:.:.:Lr 73U .amI|! tt7 au ''H HJ
highest possible state of iot0 7:$
# proficiency. and 11 V1 .m I..... I'm.... pm At..Y,& ... ..........L'I S:71iIa J! .4. |
I will be fair 4 ao .Q1 L. ..... .... 430! : 'to p
treating all alike. with 11411 .1II '...... .. .Y1.mL.:! ........... .
r Daytona. A homelike and comfortable : I! CENTRAL AUTO GARAGE. I special priiltgfs to none. I fA 1.1" ...........93a......am....,Ar.Ar...........KnS.....'Hontetnd.. .......,.;..Ar Lr,!.l140m 2ro: Jim' _....ll.hrl, l

b k .1 GEO. T. SELF. I, -- -- Wily eseet@uDd.Doclt.Ly, ,...... ..Y.r

jjj house. First-class in all rejects.C. ;. : t --
1 I Charging Plant Para Ston-J. iasohne, liatteiies ( j.iniler t>il. I FOR COUNTY TREASURER. I Leavs': PALATKABRANCH----=
t # I I take this method to inform the'ot. Ease I EAST PA LATKA. I Amve -

i 0. CHAA1BERLIN 1 Proprietor. #t1 Attended To. ers of Volu:.iaCounty: that I will be eI'I Palalti, TO PALATKA. PAlatka .

: : # Repairing.i Promptly candidate for re-election to the office O ti40!i'' : I! ..... ..So. t6 Dally --:- _
""" '' County Treasurer, subject to 'I 4v.m '...,.... 43 : ItO ;>> am ...... .. I
the :: .
a :: .
action i I :. .sa47 tau
D.uy. It Daily.
************** ************ i ....... tMMMNtNMiNNa4)NNN.. ...H of the Democratic Primary to be ''' 11..11I --. :;a 50 1I.r. ... exam I13 ........ o. d Dall1 .1I'"
L-- May 19th, IMy held' I I': .j Im ".__... so. 62 D.ty...:.:"(': .III :Oim ........\0. 61 DU1. ..... lit&II
.' : l+ ........ .............N.N..............It...NN1N j ----- -- -- --- to j ta eform the duties Promising of the if elected r ::. s 113*,p P pm m ;.'.."....... o.u rd Dall 1......:: U6 :: 445 pm: .:::::::sa: : Datty.: .: ::-.I.11 I IeN.
office : :
j'h1t! ********************** in the Dailr .. M
** *
************************4- 101 IS: III : ::'s:: s10 pm 1140 pm .
1 future, as in the past, to the best of Sd Datl ::::::.. oss ........S0. 111 Ualiy.. ... ytWf
q il ability, ar.d will be my B j-III lea >*Ia ........No. M D&ly.!! 'tero
: : The grateful "
: Ivy Lane Inn I 1 to those who : SAN
** MATgQ
*i i : THE HOWARD $ will favor me with their votes '! eave I BRANCH _
II J. J. VIXZAXT. i EAST P ALATKA A.rtve .....
J ___ i i P.l&tk. T0 SAN MATEO UK MATEO TO 'j/Jltll
) M8& ban.1
Enlarged and ImprovedWith All Modern Improvements. New Dining BoomdJetJ+ J FOR SHERIFF! : 430 am ...... o. U :o M EAsT PALATKA Ts tsbt

.1 To the Voters of Volusia Co atv- : aZ"D1:..:.. ,......sign: 63 Dn1"""" 450 am 465 am .....rea 4t ..... .Jut 1oj
: IH. Dally
:'III, Increased Facilities: in All Departments, will te able in still Cuisine Tne.xcelled | In aanonuacins myself for sheriff. I I'v.ill lll .......So. M D.n ::::::::1125 S44 pm III 1100ttm ........10.61 DaI1.! .1 hip.
..... .,
The Howard has large: parlors, broad verandas, spucioiu lawns; U give the public my views on certain +!i o.. f ,.21. go. .No.1O P.l.y .... .
I ]larger degree to please and satisfy tl.CJfoeLo desire refined I I w J centrally located, a few rods from the Halifax River, on \V.hisia I II matter pertaining to the good of the fO..D. I i Only SUD. o.U ez ,::7 MAYPORT Xo. la Sa 2e ra. .
whole Tai,
I 'elegance} aa well a-s All Comforts: and Con\enieutes > x avenue, the main thoroughfare from the depot; five minute walk J : First-I county.} 200f/1II! -S BRANCH 0.17 SUO.DIIy I! ..

l I J to Postoffice, stores (tr. Is fir!>t.tlass and homelike. I r the larger: cities experience north as as an well officer m %fOpm pm f IOS6.m 1060m: 6 0 pm !W:: t;......Pablo tODY111e..J.r 7904m- -IOU >. :.*M .

: If Open from November to I Marshal of Daytona for as City .3 m. lttrl.1II 8t pm StSam Be&cJa..L' 850 am 1.1. pm dr.yin ) ,. .
l' -May.WAI. i Prices Reasonable: :> ecial I. able }years i 700 m IlOO.QJ Ar::::ltlantSc&nch..Lr... u m pa lair .
i> Rates: by the Month or Season : one to be be more competent f'I'I Na3 at r .k rt..i.r: :: : eau t U 4ne' rr .

.. deal 1 with criminals :and law breaker ;: 11.lly jap1 Oraap Cltl Brucll a a ire.; i S tJ .
Na M'1t
W.' FOLTZ Lessee. : JOHN C. HOWARD fj I :Xondam.oPpoSld to taxing the : Sym aaom t Lr. JaUy Dally 1I.n"II tnirr. lallC' '.
l !: .I'.I'I Proprietor. : people of Volusw 0 pm l ew 100 :
; : : :: i county for the 1t OO.m I Lr'Lake SJF.t' pm 110 pm .30 M
1' ...... ......... .. .. :... mo\a1 o l the county Cat now re- : I f!; yin DI 1120 am ":Orall,. ;L:.. 12l. pm fOlpm 3O.m&In LYTI"'YIJ..u'J. : .
an L'.c
k 1 tu/ iF .+FN14NNi.. .F...M....iNrth..+14i.i..v agitated, and placing t.he'b:1r I .m Ar.Or.n 'ell Jc.lr4bnn Dm .toJlm .. .... .
I ,--- -- the hjp onI c..ectlo.. .. 450san.a. III .......... ... .. .....-::
[1 t ....................It...... .. I I west and north part of the I .. adeas XlaJDJ, wltb 1t, ... n"
........ county
It. &
: It NNN1.. N........................ ........................N to reach rise county seat. t'tIIII loa mad. P. or,.. P. tad O. 5.5.cerapN!"
!t Open For Business. i I i TI.irdam i oPposed to the .m aJ'' at 1111 hie Y Dodl fop 1o W..t Sad ... n red ,
sale art whiskey a* show rh- hJ.f) TABLES .... H.y. t
ti' my record will u.
IIJ : II though I believe that hotel 5 1 stated Ir 110' tram the .. ..&Ie..; ..,at bleb: UDI.. m.y b.expeet la tI
HOTEL should goar..lesd their
dove .
: DESPLAND | n. "D see arrlr.l departare nt :
'' i THE ST1LLMAN/ ? rv .: t!. : their:1naed;nests.to scrre wines as a beverage to .I "o.ap... _

Fourth-I have lived in Daytona J. ""' theLeealTlm.C.! 0. Ot...rar.r"alin
Lij In C enter of Business District. : DAYTON years and line fourtCD BANNER, AI.ataat! ", XCXET AGENT" .
; : : : Large Well Furi i : FLORIDA. would have them treat treated others as I' OeaenJ Puus Alt., ST. AVOU.sTL"e, F LOt...11&... ',.

:' nished Rooms, Well Heated. Peronal.t- : : I: tried to lire honest. and upright me. and have ,

r tention Giyeii to Comfort of Guest- i j "The Favorite.t Steam Heat i ; fifLh-I factic.n will not be affir ted with **.********.*****
though I .
i I and hare : am a Democrat 1* **the>rit*.**....*...**..*.....
u'st-Class Chef. White Hell. .: always been so, and if elected 1 i
t. 'i11 do i I.

i r Electric Light, Hath i : Open for the Season 1007-08 under management of :airly honest my utmost and upright to use, and the'Coffice do all 1,1,I Cabinet-and Repair Sho

can for the good of the i Furniture
Rooms With L. Al. WAITE Owner whole county, as what t4 to people of the x Repairing, Mattresses Repaired and made orJer. Fla f I Iiii
: and
"'! i ; or Without Board. i I. Proprietor. f': 'err ro ia vote to mine and. assistance Thanking I you your all inters for i q 4t handle order the for celebrated Os1ermoor Mattress and solicit to jour Ii

,,I i M......................,..+.....................N.1 l I x..........................N N...................t4. I main Yours to serve, I ,her: to reo I. .i. first-class W. work. Orange ave. cnt. Peck file

M.[ H. G. Ho
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19 Daytona, Florida March 28, 1908 Number 44

I here on a visit from Hobe Sound, where fine as any produced in thh section
Holly Hill. I I
Mr. Gould is in charge of winter resi- Wm. Wetherell, Jr., and family are

Holly Hill, March 26-Mrs. Kaler and dent property. I I occupying their new house on the river

son, Harold and Miss Blanche Daven- On Tuesday afternoon Marshal Weth-I I front. _
port, who have been with Mrs. Daven- erell found a lady's bag containing a I
port and Alvin, for several weeks, de- couple of purses. The articles, which I I Ormond.Ormond .
parted Monday for tneir home at he picked up on Ridgewood avenue, {i
Sharon, Mass. will be gladly returned to the person March 25-The entertainments
About a dozen residents and visitors proving ownership.Mr. I given by Duster Brown and Tigeat
. enjoyed a day's outing last Friday in and Mrs. cabin Robbins. Middle- the V. I. A. rooms and at the Ormond
Capt. Heath's launch Eleanor making town. Ohio, who with their daughter, I Hotel Casino last week were a howling
Ponce Park their objective point. the Misses Hazel and Ruth have been 1 success. All the children and grownupswere
Miss Aimee Mann drove down from spending the season at St. Augustine, present. Buster wan introducedby
Seabrook Friday for a short visit with visited friends here this week, coming I I. H. Sawyer, of the Brown Shoe Co.,
her sist r, Mrs. Merkel, returning Monday down from the Ancient City with Capt. II. is his pleasant and affable w"ay. Buster
morning.Mrs. Mien in his launch lien lithium on I is Certainly a wonder. His recitations.

E L. Howard made another ,"isitto Tuesday, and returning by the same singing and dancing were stunts that 3
St. Augustine the latter part of last boat yesterday. much older p-rson would hardly dareto

week. I Capt. W. II Heath is now engaged: in attempt. When we consider hu age,
Mrs. C. A. Gould and two children are shipping celery which is pronounced as scarcely eight years, we are filled with
wonder and admiiation
Jas. Carnell and wife returned on

Ask Mr. Foster Thursday from Cuba, where they have
been for a week.
MR. FOSTER KNOWS a great deal about Florida. Cuba. Wm. Jenks, of Boston manager of
Nassua, the Bermudas, the West Indies, Mexico aud the Mrs. Isabella Stimpson's large paper
South generally He can render effet'lent aid in mapping bag and twine business: in that city, ar-
out tours: of Florida and the adjacent i islands or for the i\ed in town on Saturday.I. .
homeward Trip. He will write out jour Uenary and 1 engage H. Sawyer is making a trip of a
jour sleeping car, parlor car or steamship am>modationa week down the East Coast and over to
Mr Foster keeps in touch with the hotels at all resorts Cuba, before returning to St. Louis. Mr.
and generally knows just what nccomodations! are Sawyer spends a few weeks every winter -
available from day to lay' He will wire for rx>ins at any with his wife's father, Frank Colby

hotel and will give jou a personal letter of introduction to
the proprietor Mr Foster will bell you your tickets and
engage our rooms for the OCKLAWAHA. ST. JOHNS OR I I Port Orange.
Port March 25-Mr. and Mrs.
I I Orange.
No Fees are Ever Asked or Accepted, ThereforeAsk '
W. \ Carter drove to Hastings
Mr. Foster anything, any time, about any place, anywhere He I Thursday, where they have a truck
Probably Knows. farm.

moved his farm in Dunlawton.
Jacksonville, Fla.. 210 Hogan street beWashington.. I). C 1333 Pennsylvaniatween out to
Hotels \\indsorand Duval ave. second block below t' S. TreasurySt. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Lufberry left forDeland
Augustine Fla. Cordova Corner Old Point Comfort \'.". Hotel Cham- Friday to spend a short time
Palm Beach, Fla.. fating Hotel Royal berlain here.
Poinciana. Bretton Woods (White Mountains,) X
W. artesian well for
D Winn drove an
Miami, Fla, Halcyon Hall H, in Hotel Mount Washington
Hanna, Cuba, Corner Prado and Central Park Mr. Needbam at his home on Herbert
avenue and got a fine flow. Mr. Winn
---- ----
---- -
is now drilling one for Mr. Newton near
the residence of Joseph White.
Mrs Jane Johnson left Wednesday for

FULL Jupiter to visit her grandson, C. \\

The latest arrivals at the Port Orange
House are Mr. and Mr. Hurd Mr. and
EXPRESS Mrs Seipe and Mr. and Mrs Douglas
J. Wesley Johnson has sold to Mr
Davis a lot on Herbert avenue for $175
Thos. G. Smith is having a dock builtat
r $420ERA the foot of Herbert avenue.

Handsome Country Home For Sale At
Sacrifice to Close Estate.A .
Colonial house with hall drawingroom
wMls DUrVEREB FOR reception room and stairs in red

cherry, dining room in black walnut

$12 five fine mantels, large fire places, seven
bed rooms, metal shingle roof, first floor
rooms are furnished complete, large

CHAS. BLUM & COMPANY lawn beautiful palm driveway, shrub
bery and rare imported palms, artesian
AGENCY PABST BREWING CO well, 400-barrel cistern, cement cellar,

Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis 66 Whiskey Address H. \ARBOROITGII., Administrator

Bend for Price List