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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title: Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: April 18, 1908
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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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?
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stir. Daytona, .Florida, Saturday, April 18, 1908. Bnt'A'.ertlslnc Memos la Dayton. tai Vicinity, Price 5 Cents -

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4 < Don't Fail to Seethe B. L ARMSTRONGSAYS <4 F.As Wilder to the-while quit-claim Mr. deed Armstrong from Edwin may[, LITERATURE I Ii. .*****.A **** All****It**************" .."" ""'. .

Fronting nn the Electric Lights and :
have I
NO executed an instrument explaining J Halifax! : River Io1t'rlllmprovement8 It -
RAISEHas i the alleged error of "covering all lands AND l"USICi It
tiDtinuous Moving Pictures i j east of Beach
s 4 street and the riparian i : i
rights thereto" the instrument has not tI

'..1 T'nder the management of fiG. HOnns.r Been Made Nor Is Any Contemplated I be been placid on record. And should it d the Interesting Programof : SCHMIDT'S HOTEL i :
placed record it
in on would only mean
I Peck Block foot of Toll Rates on the Palmetto : S 'hmiJ '. It
South Bridge I I that still another fifty tents would be Club Meeting Formerly Villa.

;:. Pictures ('hanged nesdays Thursdays and Saturdays. Halifax River Bridges. added to the cost of every abstract ordered '1 Thursday of Last Week : HE>RY SCHMIDT 4.so Proprietors :

;, See live Alligator in window. : Editor Daytona Cazette-Xews to water front property. It
:- seems. The eleventh session of the Palmetto : DAYTONA, FLORIDA.Fine i
Admission : In a recent copy of your publication strange that a man of Mr. Armstrong's
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..L' cents.I Club furnished A literary and musical tItI
I there is an article which commences reputed business ability would be so
: ............................................ : "Again the bridge corporations are lasting careless as to accept and record a deed i which program is well full of that high class variety : i
|i quoted as being the spice> Home Table
-' the rates of toll.:' without knowing whether it covered one j Delightful
--" I ;I of life, and was second to none in excellence (- U<>a !.onAbl... Rates c Bunny Room.
... .. .. .. This article is as false as it is misleading lot frontage or the entire water front of'' i
: .. T: and believing that is the City e;"f Daytona.The during the club year. ....rta..x....kNk... fklNk.Nrx" ." " "
tmf your paper After a brief business session. Mrs.
: disposed to furnish I Gazette-News has stated that it'i
fair
a deal on all
i CIAS. I GARDINER CO.:l: questions which you take up for d :'l'US-1 knew of minority stockholders who have'1 1n'r i I I: with Florence a charming Marsh opened write-up the of a program motorboat -

: lion, I have no doubt you will be milling I received a report-this statement !j from Hotel.
trip Daytona to St.
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.. to publish this article, giving it the same I (along with every other e ne made in the :i[' tine. The paper suggested the motto of City
issue
of April 4) it reiterates.
prominence which
to the ori
you gave :- the
day "The tra\'eletlmind i is the cath-
: nal The principal places tiC business of the
story. i olic mind, educated! from exclusiveness
OPEN AIL YEAR
Dry Goods. I No advance in toll rates has been three corporations W Daytona, Florida I and egotism.! THE

made during the past season nor is any whereas the books, so we are informedon !! Ave .
., Ha( ) Marie BachGounodbSong; ) .1 .:
contemplated by anybody connected what we consider good authority,are I|lof Faith-Chaminade, two beautiful ', 1_ ELECTRIC LIGHTS.
., with the bridges and this fact could generally!: kept at New London Conn. ', violin selections by W 1*. Blodg..U.Jiss ELECTRIC BELLS.

Phone 102, Anthony Block, i, easily have been learned by the writer All to,the bill introduced at the lost :,1 Emily Perkinsaccompainist: fol Hot and Cold Baths.

Y of the article in jour issue if you bad l.egislature-the Gazettr-News is entirely lowed. Table First-Class. _

.. .. followed what we should suppose wouldbe familiar with the entire prex'ceding Miss Amelia Potter then read a"ny
; your regular custom and ascertainthe -but an Mr. Armstrong has not attempted :
DAYTONA interesting sketch ofI '
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&\ FLORIDA. facts from those in a position. to to offer an explanation |x>rhais| ,'I I Amelia Edith Barr. Amelia IVIith Hud- ...... GEO H' MATTHEWS

; ...........................................:, furnish them. lie If has Mr.! iu Arn explanation to offer. '1, dlestone w AS born in I'lverstone, England -. PROPRIETOR. -
As regards the statement containedin trong is so anxious to enlighten -
1VJI her father being an Episcopalian -
r'wr" -- the article, the deed from Mr. Wilder the public on the earnings and minister. She was married to -

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not into facts and in referenceto
: little bluff. I bought certain go figures
propertyof Scotchman much against the wishes of
At Cost for Cash. I Sir. Wilder and paid him for It, the Central and South Bridges. the parents "both sides, at the age of : HOTEL GATES HENDERSONVILLB
Wen1 the bridge corporations : North Carolina.
: and took his deed as he delivered it,and ordinary sixteen. The young couple came to ,
it business corporations the GazetteNewswould
was duly rwrded.
I America after a few years with their i
When attention was later calledto consider their business:: none of'its Blue Ridge Mountains, Altitude 2500 feet.
my family of two children. They landed at
Over 500 Cases of Fancy Groceriesand the fad that he had by slime error business, but as they are quasi-public :('| New York, and from thence to Austin 0 J Through sleepers from Jacksonville, Fla., daily. H
I inserted a clause in the deed which corporations and subject to regulation'by Texas where they lived happily and .

Table Delicacies. I might open some question in regard to the Board of County Commissioners were very prosperous until the breakingout J Pure mountain air and spring water. Trout and bass fishing.

I, the riparian rights along the river front, the general public have an interest in of the Civ'il War Mr. Barr joinedthe 5 Hiding and driving. Health and comfort combined. An up to'

Not selling out or quitting business only to reduce my I immediately executed a paper to clear their doing Grays. and returned at the end of 5 date) )hotel! at moderate cost Address for rates, reservations, etc.,

f .B&ock.i I can enlarge my store and make it a two-story building )- up the situation and was only too gladto four years to find his !home; gone, and
do it. MK. covi; : EI.tTSI;$. his\ wife almost diSC 1 \ M. HKWETT Hotel Gates
the Manager
This will: enable me to make a better'display and.) to handle ... stock Xuw. as regards; the statement that S. 11. Cove; general manager nf the uneven struggle. They removed to .
my to a greater advantage so bettor nerve my the minority stockholders in the :
bridges : N. C.
Bridges, publishes an article in (lie Halifax Galveston and were getting a new hone HENDERSONVILLE
growing trade. These goods will be in my way and) I have no never get a report| this, too is absolutely Journal of Weelnesday! covering when the husband; and two suns died! of :

,room in which to store them while enlarging; my stove, so 1 will) false. Every stockholder in the subjects from fish-hooks; to free railroad ', the dread scourge, yellow fever. Shortly ..............0..... .....*.+.....(11...N.. N.........

'Mil them at mst for eal!' ,. They are strictly first-t.la*>s and) bridges receives notice of every annual [ asses. The Gazette-News i is sorry that after this Mrs.: Barr went to New Yorkto

Linen goods. Jail and) heo"what I have to nITer stockholders' meeting and at those an- Mr. CJovc has seen fit to take our articles fight the battle of life for herself\ and
nual meetings reports of the earnings on the bridges much to heart-,but as three little girls.

and penditures of the bridges for the a matter of fact his article is inu-li. He She carried letter to Mr. Libly, a

-t S. W.: CAKROLL previous year are rtad and every stocks admits that the printed cards (>osted in partner of A. T. Stewart, and he proveda
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.. holder who cares to take the trouble tot the toll houses! showed! increases "f rates, real friend. It was he who suggestedto : Norman S.
-. > .f but l one instance:: he says was a mi-print a success
i- The North Beach st. Grocer. a bridges ere duing.Inasmuch -as to applying to automobiles he admits !- as a riter. Mr. Beeeher was starting .

a I as your article implies I that changes have been made. ,,, The Christian Union at that time

1" Telephone No. 19. : I that you: )'ourselCou d like some further -I Then he gives Us a sermon on mahgn- and in this appeared| many articles from
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I > I light on the subject I will givp rich and Mrs. B.urfter this, success was only LUMBER. r
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you a !,which is not germane to the subject. a matter of She published her
-- or Peninsula Bridge This bridge was The Gazette-News however desires it first novel, "Jan Y<:Jer's Wife," in is'1.
and F. E. C. Also
constructed in June, 1901, by a syndicate distinctly understood that it does not Since then sailing Tins: Itcn l easy, for Yard Magnolia Avenue Railway.

YOU WILL FIND WHAT YOU SEEK of peninsula resident, the company toady to any man or act of men jut because though her stories have Ixtu many, Plans, l Intimates antI Superintendence.' Real Estate office

J under the rate-gory of real estate," whether being l capitalized at JU,0K: ( ). they possess wealth-neither is it they have sold well.A hot tliNir'Mnitli of .I'. U. W. II. EDMONDSON: Manager,

it be a house, store, stable, farm or tit Y I After placing all the stock, they could e>f I socialistic: tendencies.! piano solo, Second HuDguriatllhawodie : H.l .toll:1. Flori.b Phones at office, yard) and) residence.
I dispose of and paying in full in cash for by Miss Emily Perkins and
rountry lots unimproved, for your own tenancy [ Next: he advances arguments why a"free" | ,
'_, '.. .. .: Io rent to others or hold as un in- same, they were obliged in order to bridge Is not to be desired. lIe Song c>f the Brook encore, were bril-

.;J \'estOirnt-ail these parce,h--on our lists: ,, : complete the bridge ready for traffic to also explains:: the bill introduced at the liantly rendered.
,.> borrow $G 000. During the eight years Mrs. Wm. F. Blackmail, of Winter '
t. which are free to your search We are at last: session of the Legislature und saysit
_' :;- / your stflvice for anything in the real estate: I the hridge'l.as been in operation the was for the purpose of making the investment I'ark, guest of the club, then read an'

=: -- J business. stockholders have never received but secure. The GazetteNewsagrees original paper. "My l Year :Spent in I' :111111.1.11111.1.11..11111.1....11. 1.........N....

', 1" ; one dividend.In I with him *u this point. Berlin," which proved as fascinating as : :

:rJ i' J. C. BUTLER, the year ISXHiu( dividend of four Mr. Gave; loses his altil'le.with the instructive. Mrs.I blackmail is a Aery

per cent was paid but rather against the I following: 'I don't know what ails the pleasant shaker, and drew som very i CONRAD GROCERY co. I
: t (Heal Estate. Life, Fire and Accident Ins- I j judgment of the writer as, in his Gaz"tteXewshether it U because the bright' and telling comparison* lulwetnour
, i Phone :231:! Daytona Beach, 11a I : I .
should have been own that
J; >, opinion, money free post n the railroads have; become .
"t- used to reduce the indebtedness of the c.xtmct or whether the half dozen rate not always to the ain glory' <>f the I ..
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company. The mortgage indebtednessat curds were piinted at some other office, American.,
; This \\(.received\ followed! : Carry a Full and Complete i
the present time is $.jOOO., ( And if : or whether he wants to run for Legislature paper\ was
----i! is of readers who has by two vocal solos by Mrs. M. B.
there
any one your or a bad C'L'SC..f indigestion, but
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money they would like to invest, the in any case it is well to admit that corporations Church: ia) I\'elling-U..naltl: ; (bll Line of Plain and Fancy i
-r-e .too; Blossom Land-Elliott in the rendition
,;..... bridge ('t"lIpanyould be very glad to : p have stale right, if not, why : T
. :! .! with t t the stamp of f I have him loan them thi-;. *>>,OUO, and did the Gaztttc-Ncws imorporate?" of which the ringer as usual delighted #
her .
aucicmc.Mrs.
take a first mortgage on the NorthBridge. lie evidently intended to be sarcasticbut !
r : |I I: the sentence i h more imitable of an W. IL Blodgtlt, as musical: conductor JGROCERIES!
one <>f the best
I If these people who built the North end man at a minstrel show. gave : programsof
dwllulW na1c11 ;:.:Yy j the winter. : :
Daytona Bakery j Bridge had loaned! the same amount of I I .
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Mrs. Ira II, Miller and Mrs. Fred J. -
I' money on good real estateecunties on -.O.-
I An Outing on the "Sweetheart." Niter were the pretty young hostesses '
mortgage at S |pt'r cent, cotm;>oundiug I
I of the aft rnan. Fruit h and i
:e the interest, they would have received I A few of the intimate friends: of t'hus. Punt i
H. E. QUIQQ s cakes werestrve-d at the.. pleasuit.trial J CLOVER HILL BUTTER.
pretty nearly the entire amount they! G.; Burguvne accepted that gentleman'sinvitation hour vi huh followed. j 1!
t put up in interest, instead of the paltry I for an outing on the 1\eet. I : t

Ts .I per cent w Inch has been the total return heart" last: Sunday.:; The trip to the Inlet *
b' ,il''''' Proprietor. up to the present time. was made, leaving the Iju..thouir at ten POLITICALISSUe I The Conrad Grocery Company |

ii: : ................NNNN N............NN........ With the bridge coming in now for o'elotk. On the re-tuin trip the "riwet-1- .
1-i I it is not only >osMble, heart" wasanehore-d!! just noithof IVnee V.t 1 1T.. Conrad l: Co's. old stand. *
.. .. heavy repairs! | IN '\\A I .
. l.Fi.fi..:$., i but very probable, that this indebtedness I'ark and Mr. Hurgoyne served Ins ./111111111111..11.11...1...1111.1.....1.1.........

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three ears. did full ju tiTLe day was an ideal -- -- -
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within the next }
1 N. ERIGK50N :i. I Those who have invested in the North|j I, one for sailing and those on board thoroughly I! 1 he (la ctte-.News; \\ ill Issue a pOlit.1 .1...... ......................1...11111/11..11N..1j ..

.1 Bridge either in the beginning or more enjojed the trip. The party con- kalltlitiQnIay' Vth. Will lb i.i> t', j jLvery J n (\UUIMN() :
Cabinet Wood Worker. had thus far to sifted of Gen. Jared Smithof Cleveland; IHr. | :
: Maker. # I recently have iio reason I \\ hiteoter in County. i :
(' J .\ lose examination of electrical -
t | congratulate themselves em the inxcat- Jacob Snyder, of Philadelphia; i r > ;
Picture Frames, Door and Window Screens made to order. [I I went, as it i-i likely to I he a case of putting C. M Bingham Major J. D. C. Morris : The issue of the .a/.eUe-Nes of !I' work finished and charged: for i
;? Ci' J hands their for Dr. J. II. 1'icrson Me-rs Ges.11. I.Utl'i i May 'Jth will be a 1 political edition and a I : l from this shop shows how square- :
their in poekels t
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;:it. 4- Cottage Avenue, fur replacements and renewals wig, J. D. Maley, I.. Adkr, G. W. BIy'mveruiul ; copy will be mailed to every white Ilcm- : j '!'y and honorably we transact our .

;Vs .NN.kkaFak>faafafli.....irk ***.'"*.********rt******.**k 'i money for years to c(,uiewith! no dividend re- ,' Geo.: : 1'. Crouch. j: cratic voter of olusia: County. t i : : buEine.M. Electrical repairs ret t

:4. -_ turn whatever. Yours truly i iI j jI i --- I., The i issue will be interesting throughout t :tt'pl'Cial attention. Those '

,; :; ............................................. 'i I B. I I. AHMSTKONC i|I Maps' Prepared. I all of and the from candidates present for indications(puUir office must I :: who charges employ} us and never they worry know about before :tour

- ;,. :-'= D. TAYLOR Electrical Contractor : 1: :Now, let the public determine who i" I Ii 'I At the regular rot ting of the City i i' who have any opposition will >ct forth engaging us that our workmanship .

J'- ; the disciple of Ananias. II i iAs Council Monday evening (lie city engineer their claims to the puUie : I- ] will be the best. i
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'' House Wiring a Specialty.Aletin a specific instance where the toll' : presented a hydrographical: map Others than candidates if they!
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of the harbor for the
authorities -
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increased to cite that wise will take of '
had been beg advantage the enlargul: {I : Daytona Electric Co. :
"' ,, '' ; Electrical Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shade, := I the Board of County Commissioners of I' in determining the establish circulation!; of this edition. Copy should |I -- .

. 1 '. ''im 1\0,8 Orange avenue, DAYTONA, FL.I. A. :. j, Volusia County has prescribed! tbat merit e>IC harbor lines in the city. i, I* sent in early so that goal |position : 7, -.-,. T :L''i2: South Beach Street. :
.1 aLo prepared and presented a i .
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st j ear may be charged for the may be secured. .
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: .'::r'i' for a third member. The printedI waterworks )':sttln. STL'.Vi.i ; .

''': ...................... I schedule of rates which was posted at Attention was called to the unsafe': .\/ usual; 1 with all circuses: :: a number ...1.........111..1.....................1.........1.
.; ;.: ............... I I the toll house of the South Bridge few condition of the bridge on'oIusia cf crooks following Van Amburg's Shows : .

'.: :..i... WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING i' days ago, said in plain, cold print $;.00 avenue the matter, ju: was west referred of the to railroad the street and : which exhibited litre Friday evening of I: TWO BARGAINS !
third member. This printed loot week found in .
I for the some easy marks .
s piling a.0'-. Iron Tank, a new Tin Hoof, a Hot Air Furnace, schedule has since been changed, however committee. l>.1Jt<<,a. Two or three instances have j : on- sivU-j i .'" n
to complete a mtlC.ern.) 1. to read $3.00. It was voted to make\ a cOlltr.utith |been: reported where people werehurt-1 : 1.'" lOrI r !..'t., :}') ft' c-a! I:! &'--N ''J l>y -.;0 ftet. Good fence. Large : t
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necessities
the
i .. InJ. .. other.metal. 4 If the Gazette-News is furnished! a :, Adam Schautz for lighting Cottage I< tbanged, and other wiley Kiifines'' grape viii'a ii''.'n>.. r f p' 14.1 i trees good "-earer!,. A good home for .

3 | dwelling, remember that copy of rates as posted it will gladly avenue Ivy Lane and Myrtle avenue ,! worked t-> part them from their money.: : --meow. :

._ publish the same, and show the public with incandescent li;hta. I --- ---- --- I : One fete Ru,'m totUje '(ne story building; I lot KKxl.0) l fret, ntua-- :

I where the bridge companies intend, or President Biogham appointed a committee -; For Sale-As I am now tra7ljjs and t..d on Mulberry str<*t. A cozy little horn ; i

ry llq rc. NASH a SON I i p at least did intend to charge hi llE rII consisting Aldermen Morris, wish to locate nearer: the center c-f my j : fhe.e places: arc in Kingston Just north of I).*>t"na *'(**\ Graded l : ;

DAYToNA. ri.A.ar | rates in other instances than has been Clark and S<'hmidt to (Hirchiv-e: a fire I t territory, I offer at a }low figure alt or I : -< )I.Church! !arid I'oatofnce near by.'all : f

: c 4 their custom in the past. They have bell. I| any part of my property comprising :.: : I on or write : r.
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1 service at fair prices I been charging $23.00 yearly for a small Numerous bills: were paid gall other: ; dwellings; 1 store 1 comer: lot on Bay
beat_ k Prepared to give prompt and reliable j; and occupants-to some of minor business transacted. ;> and Beach streets, suitaUe for business, : H. McCLELLAN., :
touring car .
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_..r 'General repair shop on Volusia, Avenue, next to the Armor ;i. those whose tickets have expired -- 1 i hotel or opera house and a nine acre* : Kingston or Uaytona, Florida. : : '
T the tickets would ,, Ladies and gen IK'men's baths at H.t'i, farm; sec any real estate man "r J I..
that
solicited. notice I f fk
work served
ne 58. .6u"t of town j I be renewed at the same: r..te. ....Elc:(t ri.: Li'fcht PUtt Rush, owners ii : ............................+.+ .....+.*.....*...+.:
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Ll C. F. Uurgraaa rtturoH r..n'Jt'1 I in remand of th!! White H''iand j n "I-n. He baa never narrj'-J, :,< r A. .MILLER\
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!. : KwJ Mm.7h4 (!!r't'J not t/> .1J..b th,r boom= for -v!fal, I ; u'/rat.ur'if'th r popl4 thr""l 'jf !h.r- -------v "' 1. [ic.,r. ate SEABKLEZE.: FLA. ,
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fettling th* H/i C'lub i
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l, e f tl" jtrtty borne of Mr*. Waltnon '>nHallax ..a are .tlli t trii.i taken l/y UKM: "if he jrlB !eiwuii; vot*+." He d'/es! not 4'r'' oti.y piace'it business 13 at a
4 !: avenue WM pUwantly informaL I coming up tram th: St,, tb. Mr. and pr y/r': f.1" trod! .If a .,it;!! vI,,., : L .xs where we carry in stock .
Mf.. W.1. Th-r. rr JorAMif in ttag ,..I\.I'I"r. 11tarnt.iI / arxe supply of Ere;nest Boilers
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<: A l>xJ prof ratn WM tarrl'-l ,.'j r. .Y,. {x.n'Jitstbfl with dubooor be doet not j :-. .. ter-< ._ ::;..w.JU1.", tdgers, Placers, Shingle.acaines 0oj Yard, Magnolia( Avenue ord F. E. ('
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f.1-; Konal/J 'tad. LI'.g,Pt{>LU-aI .k tcb J winUr at Miami.1 ar a.fK/cj U,! w the ofV*. .. ..' a.--a, -.'a. ... Thrwhers, in fact all Wood Htal Estate office, 1st dar: south UaHr.'iY.
t: t Tbotna lluvt, aluo '$'. of kin IK.tu.a: tUJl arrivaU. and ar"*! J.at..J l 'in one ofK. t Working: .Machinery: S.u's, Beltiaz )fOXDSOX. 01 postof! C'f'' v'. H. ED-
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r will I U held tike i-lar, .t tb* lu>. C.Ihbhirdwb<> ,lure. brn .[xn'Jirjth Arum fb': .\ .1"1. tli? ''i I: ''nlll JIt'tl' plant ID) the city. Large line of mouldings 1 : i Miller

4 flat*, lilt I ridayfor baM KI.nuD-! blsi a tuow. I Ux.uaht can I eatI.ttandlrt iui
  • f r I'aytoca Ikarti.Il their hum* \Vatervi)2e.): N. Y. .
    t i Mii;>. Tuft and ai iatrn, M iwatii..I I*fax-m asst TIll'''+. : l BealJ: vret* i:f : >orN: jrtfi; .rd Avenue. :

    '" I .I.IsIsinstil.I.I.t.I.I.t........... ... : Successors
    and Uabop, arrival 1 from W..t I'alm ,. t........ .... iit I ...I.....t.I. I to
    -yt na ifeacb; April ...- At | fw-acb 'IJ -- -. ti
    ,
    a ; Saturday and have takrn one u LUtl KraiHbaJ! t .-quu tu wr.te 3 PECK &
    : **** ** ****************** ********* FOSTER.
    ,. ramun intttlnf hU at the <'ity J I..n! the Ilibbard 1 flat for a few wt"-k J*tt.f. uaO r ,...- n>ii
    l .. Haturlay blfltt I \he f
    were nomlnaUd<< : Mayor A S. IUr> i| Uxjum tb. latUr j>.rt .,f last wr k and on a vnt! VIM! I.nu.-*. illeij 19 1YIUKUA1PALMETTO 1 A\E>ttS. ''j' Family; Groceries
    w
    ;
    f rouaCouncllm; : 'o-8Uvrn Smith, J Hoyd.IXMC will *p nd tb. wuainirr br- Sh.- w aja write lu 'br Mltbout b .!lp. !SL" tnau .\I1..g: n. \\.l( wi- :. -f: ai!.. H. at. L;.;ctric Liglta, Bath : r
    Sanitary
    i ., bb',makef, OUvrr, Awaur end l ; ell. ': 1'n.I"g.)' t I PI.! i-i.f! > !ruun'9't\ !; WithlLree: minutes: walk of the ? Gram
    IngInolr.rnlrn'rrab'In ...' .. ? Fancy
    \ t'trk-II. F. TI.o".h lrta. Kwll: arid Mr.. J d.-| "t.ffi.tor"" ardM.mhe i tins !Irk from Ferry and $ .
    | ; ufrThornJWKIII : <>lio* "n, of lx,ui.' "<; M 1,1 .. l I"thrrlll ant I j : P.Ivrr.MRS. J \
    ] ;
    Lawra.ce ; Collector<< and vllle, Ky In. Dobbins .s at prcacnt aiul tWo iin ,u it iiokf brr <*ut"1 I 1\ B. P. SMITH, Proprietress I I and Food

    Wu.hal-A H Npanglrr' occupying ,,,'ll1, >r Ocn' rcttag-ron New Yvrk i i.f-... ,> II M ntR
    !I I .+ < : 1:4 .ALL tN ". .. Produce Products ; :
    Y44 +141rt f44t 4M4NFNa41 .... " ...f" ;fit ....

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    .
    .......... We are chln'a ==i= = -= ___ _
    selling at prich that

    I will interest you. See some of the bargains ............................................... :
    : : Paragraphs. in the window. # f.

    ..............: Clark's Stationery Store.J. Big Reduction The Globe

    *l, t$qbIve> one or the most complete family. E.at Rush this place.spent Sunday with' his at I 1

    I jJlNhPT* the East Coast. 'Ko J JOO

    I'HO krje or too small for us to do.<.Fine I Attorney T. E. Fitzgerald made the

    -. .|...itpairinc our specialty. All county seat a visit Yesterday.


    -i'-f- -.T L.,_H Cf'VM ROW frrl'&. cu.'The Jrw.lors I w A.spending P. Anthony a few days c* Ve4! in the Palm cily. t-1Itl. I'I. From 10 to 50 per centJJYAJ4LINTIIECIT1]! i We take care of .


    Klfo';; ;: '*. M. Shaffner is (lie guest of The
    Grand: Jury hll04
    i lain i ill <.in
    t: Jrl.ludu. j-e! all|
    (
    1tef a\ the! week at7lkLail. Misi \t". M.me your property and
    I Il
    .:.:1oba V. FMviiler. Hf New Mny'lua.'isitorin .. thing doing t before thnt, hool}'. ,. I
    ; DIU'lon" Monday. -
    ;...\ J. A t .
    Shanks
    :oiIlU'9 window '
    ,; another full line of U lid of dNplaj: I' look after fax
    '.RerciYrt an old l h.n wi'h it brMxl of young l = = = -=-..- 1 your
    ,f ..rs.' Banking The Druggist.r8. chicks H attracting loU of attention. -- --- ---
    , i i Summer Schedule Effecthe Inspectors; and Clerks of .
    %* ) J I>. HobeiUoii Mi Thus M. Primary Port
    :so' Keeley has resigned his: po. Commencing Orange.Port assessments for a
    . t'U da7 i for thir summer home at sition as manager of the Daytona Furniture I I night at one minute past mid Elections May 19 and June .

    AgLule, N. C. Company and leftVet>nesilay for :: schedule Tuesday became morning the summer U. 1908. Orange, April 15-Mr. and Mrs. .
    :" I. effective on the Florida Geo. F. Lufberry returned \Vrdnestlay ,
    MuaUgte. Ok .
    Iii. small fee.
    dentist, west end of
    ,
    ;BoU&hton lIoj.tCi.a6t The I
    Railway.
    There are now following pectors and clerks from Del And i
    : fjggjJlBridgP. Peck Block,.phone 32. tf What is Lily Water? Call at the two train each way, the north bound ar. have been appointed, according to law, ; Bryant Morris and family have returned
    by the Democratic Executive ) '
    -. '::rjWMisses Elizabeth.Sihcriiail anj J JiFoote Electric Light Plant. riving at 3$7 p m. and 4:30: a.m. The Volusia County to conduct Committee the from Dania and rented! L. Mc t i .

    vi-ited rienj* in St .\ ;- Mrs. Florida Hankins departed for south bound trains arrive at 1-23 p. m., primary election to be held in said Donald's house west of the railroad. .

    ,thi l .tckJEocterperfunKk her home)in Birtow last Saturday after and 9:23: p. m.Vegetable. county 1908. on May 19th and June 16tb. Davis Murray has returned home from U.

    <-- ----- the South. where he has been for several .
    :! in gieat variety ntJFf spending fceveral weeks as the guest of Precinct No 1, Enterprise
    : CONRAD REAL ESTATE CO.
    ., Pbannaiy.i her son, W. Maxwill Hankins. Growers to Organize.On John H. Padget, months. .
    : Joseph Padget, Mrs. Robert and Robert
    Lufberry son,
    "!<: ** Tuesday evening, 21st
    For April at
    i 3.r-v* fln th Young Las recenly joined Sale-Roll top desk, kitchrtjcabiuet 7:30 in the Hall C. A. Boatright, have gone to Savannah to join Mr. I.
    City all the
    '! j linkaof wotordolU by investing in Firat and and Ridgewood.No biscuit.beater. Enquire vegetables iu and near, Daytona growers will of I No.H.2 C.Orange Quackenbobs City-, cJt -- -- -- --
    >-%::avBuick runahout. 4'jJlllt. meet to plan for the organization of D. B. Thursby, I Bessie Wheeler returned home
    a
    p--: .....oooooo oeooi
    .. at Curtis' and keep tool i need of any one going without union. A number of growers have become Leroy. Hardin.H. from Bf're!>ford, where s-he has been" \is-

    Popular Fountain. I clothing this summer. All three of Day- interested and the call for such afPtting Win.L.Scott Ryland.clerk. iting Mrs. Alexander. A. D. DcBftlDE J. B. CONRAD P.N.C'NRAD

    -- tona'b clothing stores are holding )low- has been Xo. 3. DeLand- Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Havens and President Vicc-Pret. Cuilier
    personally given SQfa.r
    41; itf>ra'y G0C &1If's. of Miami priced sales and the bargain hunters rein as |>o.sible. All are invited to at- R. 'I. Lonrie. party of friends went to Turtle Mound ,

    '; ,tWtd( with bU grandmother Mrs. Julia clover.Mr. ., tend. S. H. Bennett, in Perry Williams' launch. : MERCHANTS BANK

    ?t IR:BoUefla.Saturday I Roy P. Hamlin, The contractors are doing good workon
    ..and Mrs. J mes lktutu'ti, who I I Howard Stewart, clerk. S (URAxru or VOLISIA (' t"lfTT BASK)
    ; first-class wllrk-() D.t.. Rose Buys Home. I the peninsula, grading! the new
    .4.iric;: ytonSll'a'" heve been the guests of Mr. and MM. F. No.. 4, DeLeon SpringsJ. II strcc-ts. o Capital Stock..... .. ...................................f 50,000
    S. .
    Yelvingtoii.F.
    .
    '.u4r1.pholies. If I). Spring, on Ivy Lane, during the The Conrad Heal state Co. closed a i J. Newman, C Tbo!. Smith has bought five acres of :--urpluunel- Profits .......... .. ....... ............... 5lC5
    ,(Mr. and Mrs., Hullett d.r.w-ol| tl .-irSortbBklgewuod wint.erldL Sunday afternoon for their deal Wednesday! in lhalf of I:. I). W. John I) Dougherty,
    land from J. A. Tedder and intends
    fiery
    avenue hoini TIIPS'dtf nome in Victor, New York.Rexall Rose fur the purchase of the residence Harry LuiTgren' lerk. (0 Four |II K>r rnt interest paid on Saving accounts and Time Cer-

    3Cj and_ departed' for Cleveland. pro-rty| at the corner of Magnolia aad1'l1lm.tto No. &. Barberville to plant, nest -pi" ng. tifi tttrs of Dfjxfr.it. No notice lequired for withdrawals.
    _" t.; Red Cedar Hales, ns a preventative Haymond Moody, Mrs. Gilbert and daughter hltjl't

    r,:L57reeiaunetkPa" -i djj' for sale.I Inquire ofa"t'i' II Pharmacy.About .against moths, at Young's Mrs.Adah venues 1I.1\no\l\"lton., formerly 1 Mr.owned Hose expecU by- C.J. W.C. Player Minshew., I.armed at the Hotel. )Port OrangVe ?. Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.

    "'... ......Barker.. Ormond. tf to niake many improvements to W. A McBride, lerk. -- -- i.t\t.oooooo:

    ;i .' lIei Mri W. M. Garland, of Los I twenty gentlemen have signified the place and will occupy it as a winter No 6, Seville- *\ will secure for you bottom priceson oooi f
    J:
    C. Prevatt .
    t"t'_
    :' : They arrived Tues- to contribute-to a "free" bridge The location is one of the best in the. T. J. Newman, one receives grafts on your purchase OrderThatSpringSuitNow .

    ,, : I and it is not unlikely that a subscription city and when Mr. Rose completes the D. H. Robinson, clerk.) Norman S. Dayton, Daytona. tf t II 1A ld'(
    list will soon be circulated. contemplated improvements he will No. 7, Ormond from our custom tailoring depart. '

    ::kAddison: J IaIia ,venue,O'Neill near R., Osteopath.R. station. 220 tf I *Lost-From wagon from DeLand, have one of the prettiest homes in Day- T.C. M.1'. Wingate Geiger.E. I MASONIC DIRECTORY. }I Li j/ ,r ment. Then you can hare it made

    '--:;-' Friday, the 10th, one bundle carpet. tona. T. Russell, HALIFAX LODGE NO. si. F. A A. M p just the way you want It-from a
    t1 : telephone line to DeLan i. againiojtIng 'red Caraell. tlerk. )(I'etllat and 3rd Thursdays.hALIFAX .auIeSYtaUIS
    ;. connections Uberal reward if returned to Win. B. Resolutions Passed by the florida No. 8, Daytona- CHAPTER, No.5. K. A. M<- cloth of your own selection and a
    : order, and can3is
    Hatch Seabreeze. Meets 2nd Thursday.
    i T. E. Fitzgerald.: style design of own choosing.
    wDe made with the long distanceGinger East Coast Automobile Association. R. J.Carl. Malley, I ORIENTAL COMMAS DEKY.NO !t.K.T.- your

    2i1.. Base ball fans are again in their glory Whereas, It hath. pleased Almighty Kobt: I 1.1)V"lifts:OAK Cth Thursday CHAPTER No. :0.I.' ,.;. S.- -3 t
    .'' # 40 We f urniah for$25 to 940
    The *
    for both and
    season major minor God to take unto himself late A. II. Schmidt, clerk. Meets:Jnd! and 4th Tuesdays, can you
    our compatriot
    Ale -
    at
    tsMufort Young'sjltn. leagues is now on and the base ball No. 9, Port Orange t All meet In Masonic Hall Orange avenue ; the best tailored-to-measure suit
    Col. John D. 1'arkinson, the '
    W. E. Johnson.
    .f.ri.. tr1._ columns of the dailies are the first I j-4c; .\ .., shape style workmanship
    "J ,
    .t; Honda East Coast Automobile B. M. Morris, 1 Phillip E. RoUason, Architect. youerer wore ,
    .'.a.S. Maley and Mrs. Jerome D things the average man scans now. C. Milburn, I it 'e .
    t tion does order that a suitable I National Bld'tssavannah ) L' and quality unsurpassed
    Xi3ey left Wednesday for Atlanta, ASSOCia'l J. B. Case, clerk. Oa.Wlntrr '
    ; remain for wveral *"Blak and j"-Cigars-worUi 10 IK made of the deep grief they \o. 10, New Smyrna i Honir* ( ij.. Att. ; :, Ibecaueemadetofltyourlndivid

    , : I they. expect to cenla-sell for u nickel.Young's. the loss of our most worthy Gus Spliess, Buntal In;florid<>* .* ( "-r: t ual form by Ed. V. Price & Co.,
    .
    .. j
    .i. Pharmacy. cient co-worker. Therefore be it J. Knapp: Patiollouwt, ) [
    ;\**"* 4'C the House of Over a Thousand
    M.A. Bronson, Tropical dar*
    JL'Received another full line of toilet Resolved, That we each for himself :
    ,: :. K C. Good win derk. t .. ; "
    -" <, fra3 Tailors.
    I II. 8. Williamson )has returned to Dayoua.
    llankins, The DruggIst.jria and the committee for all, tender to his No. 11, Oak Hill- 8..t..lI. .
    ufUr sH-ndwig| the winter on the bereaved family our sincerest sympathy.Itcsuhed. Coleman Ha\annah.)
    >; Mrs. X. A. Hist. Mr,.. F. J. -t Williams AJ 'L Tampa.P. Their beautiful line of 50O fabrics
    Pacific Mopn lie hill 1.11 Horidit is as That in the taking away of Ruf us Brooke, : $ .

    -28 irMra.; )i. I P. l.au&hrey'Irll.: Jiiiit'tbt.drL .<....th.lt: ? us .he ran linil. Mrs. \Vilairison Col. Turkman the community, as well Samuel \VnMi, Cunarid for Spring and Summerliho'WDhere
    ,i.JtPdat Kuslisr I Fred Hatch clerk.No. I I.
    : LnclwteUT ,
    : B. DOBBINS
    JWtftek.. : i is MI |IIfI'mIIL'iIJitilig in )lis..is.iPi'i. I as! the tub) has sustained adibtinct loss. 12, TOI okaJ. Locksmith. $ : exclusively by us-off era an -

    ;;t .-... '. ('. G. liUUGOY.NE.G. A. Clark j General repairing, key fitting saw fil admirable range for selection and
    >rice t''u and W. HLYMYr.R Z. II. Bennett, ing. Trunks, valises, umbrellas and
    J | -'y qunlitthat's
    :'| 1 *lk your ")" glil'st's| drop oil nr hurt I! It F. Hull, parasols repaired and recovered. Lawn : their original fashion plates suggest .
    jJeIC. to suit made right here in Day- I.I WIS AnUm,
    ; II: W. Sutton. lerk. I mowers repaired and sharpened Badges,
    Jour hu.-e? WtarlheSo Ilt-y: mount- ; many novel ideas for the ben
    'i Burnett. the TaiLor. (2oriiiujtlep.Caster No. 13, Glencoe Checks and tags. Rubber stamps anti
    ,' :):tJO<. ngs. They art "stylialmn l comfortable -_ George Futch, I official seals. 228 South Reach Street, efit of particular dree er .
    l ";and Mre. Im II. Miller and lion. and won't drop off. See N. II. Clark, Services Lucius White, I Daytona. Ho.Forenoon .

    .:ZElsglUler went to I'once 1'ark the Optiuan, at Clark's j wilry store Jack Mitchell, I -- -' --. -n.--_ _- Come in early-before everybodyelse
    tti 1. ;here they will remain I Tomorrow being Easter Sunday the Mannie Bennett, f l rk. I r-----:
    &:.: W. F. Holmes !'llilf'fllliol'fir) : !>t. car: of!: val iOlls hurrhfs of Daytona have prepared \o. 14, Lake HHeuA'R.C I LOW TIDES on the BEACH i iI 'IB dressed up-:pud tree fabric
    ,
    11 j-i' ,' celery last Saturday t III Xt>wurk.. special| programs! for the proper K>ley, Nos. 4404. 4398, 4368.

    ',..jI'.. JfiorSaleBaby carriage M with ntt The car *contained 3S4 Ixixes Jit fine | olwrvanre? of the occasion. Only one J I-oring I). HubbardI Mace, i I IH. I FEB. : : APRIL C<"' -. .. .. .., 4320. 427611fl and style de-
    : : oJ. )1 rll. U Murray sul l the first Mil id car ever !Ishipleol : : i iI
    ti celery, was liurcli, the Congregational h has handed I M.CliftonA. Vest, clerk. I .J..h2:43... : .. =.. 1:35... B..U.U. J.'t ,.,.._.,. u. nijins 485 493 and 491. Then
    Fi :
    from U&Jt."ua. Many more ] in their program for publication. At No. 15. ... .. .. ... .. ... .. T'J' :. -il'"fc'ai.
    it W. 1.a.lill&f'r. 2. 1:30. 1:12. 2:15. :ci ::: tell us to take your measure.
    W. Ah.reroinbie. will follow it.Aulomobile. church the lias l I .. ... ... .. '
    ,. .: Wiley that following eenarranged S. K. Brooke, I' 3... 2I.'L. 1:58.: 3:00.
    i"f'f 1 -;.\t::,myrra. visited \ ilh Uieir I : J. W. Blackweldef. ... 4... 3:10.: ....... 213.: ....... 3.-10... ANTHONY BROTHERS
    for Hire, I by the day, .
    :
    5..L,5 ; 3:27..420.
    . '.4 tb Mises Emma aud Lila hour or trip. W. W. Allt"rl'r.l/lIlJi., Wayside I IJUJu.lugy. It.I'C.. Bitland H trlJr"I, clerk.No -.: :::.:::. : :::.::: ::; ::: .: :;l0.:::

    : Abtrerombie: Sunday. 2 lnvwali''ii. r I .. ... .' .' ... ... _
    t.
    ...
    Inn Myrtle phone 149. tf A. J. ioodson, I 7- 5:31.: 4:); 600.;
    axenue
    I II I ... .. .. ... ..... ..
    ;3 Gloria.'I : : Britt I s. 1.:10.: .1):47.: 6:55. I
    J. H.
    ) .fl t: BEACH" AND VENUl&VOItALg : I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clink, who have A..U..m-"I I ..z.rh'j: (''''''Iut-rur| "'- : Woodward., .. 9... .:O'J... ... 1.:3I.L.. 75; :...
    '. : NEAR: ( uiSTItV5OIUR'HoU3K. ; C.George S. Gailbreath: derk. I I...10..... SIO.: .. ... 7:30... .. 8:!..;... --
    { II. 1 I.. JStA: 'been tIe )guests:' of Mr. and Mrs. W. U. 1'arks. No. 17 KteenG. ..11...... UI3... ... SW... .. 9:51.: ..
    ,
    :,"JUEZr.. tf Chittenden the past it,"pl.. clr weeks, : Prayer. M. Car'jenter, I ...12... ...10:III... ... 9::30... ...10:43.: .. PIL :
    ..... :
    "t eparled Tuesday for their home in C Hymn. Sam Kirk. ...13... I ::00..10:20..I: I::2S... I

    ;:ll :. !n'w.ltoM: and family ..ImpartedMnday Plaiiifiehl! X, J. They will stop.nroutet 7 Offertory S,l I.t-"U""Irrt'.tiuu"Sh..11 / K. A. Ostwn, ...l4..11:43..11:10..ll.O.: : .. EOR.MfN-EOR.WOMEN
    .. .. ...12:25... .. .. _
    .11:50. .12:30.
    t'lt'rk. .15. : :
    XI'\ G. ,
    for their home in 'burg, Macon, Ca.tIIiotl'air. y. No.J. 18 eonardy Holly Hill- ...ltt.. 1:00... ...I 2:25..I: .. :o.L :qmovS! With each pair of the above named shoes

    . -4 ijwk. They will atop wtroute and 5 Sermon. Cave Sr. ...17... 1:33... ... 1 ::01... ... 1 ::4. ... '
    ;trhoIneahout May J. of goKUspertafles l he- 9 Huet.-"Magdalene"' -\Varen. Thomas R. A Hardin., ...IS....... 2.01... ... 1:31... ... 225.: .. -I "':;' we will give FREE one sample volume of the :

    : tween the Peck-IIendriiks Co store and H. C. Ouattlebaum, ...H'... 2-15....... 2:15.: .. ... 300... "HISTORY OF THE WHITE HOUSE" (illustrated .
    !Tbbeiuty of the thing is we can Ilewanl for return to Ca-! 1(1( Itenedictiou. C. .'. Wetherell.tlerk. ... 'O._ ... 3:15... ... 2:4J.! ...... 3:45.: .. ) ;
    Bay street. ... .. ... ...... ., This work is printed in four volumes and I
    p""lAd make your clothes right; hereJtoci. No 19, Pierson ...21... 3:55. 3:25.: 4:31.: t L contains -
    Ja O. S. Burnet. Tailor. zette-Xews office.C. Henry Price, ...2'1..... 43.')... ... 4:01.: ....... 5-10.: Ii a complete story of the White House
    I* Hill.A .. .. I !
    Holly ..,23.. 5:2.) :M. 6:3. -
    .. uE.W.Bondof Lalte Helen, one II. Ketler, the local l editor of the J.F.A.F. Harper Edwards., ...2-1... 6:0.: ;... ... .5:51.: .+. 7:43... from the time it was built to the present day,

    -. ; ill ill candidates for member of the Journal l.-ft Tuesday for Tnwauda, la, party of about a dozen braved the J. E. Cade, clerk ...2$...... 7 .. j:50..+.. S::50._ showing portraits and especially featuring the ladies who have I '
    .. .. 9:50...
    of his wife .26. : :
    the remains Monday SeabreezeA. "'
    *- UfSature, was shaking hands with accompanying stormy appearance of the weather No. 20. ...21... ::0'4..6. : ... .10:45.., presided during the different administrations The volumesare 1
    .
    .. XovemUr. N.
    .... Flemming,
    }\a.;; died in this city last the Tomoka
    who
    .
    made trip .
    friend this week. : and n up A. T. Seima ...23._ : .. ...11:36... attractively printed and profusely illustrated, an ornamentto
    :t} After the interment at Towandu Mr. river in theJaunch Eleanor, at the invitation I .' ,2'J.......11:30... ...11:10,......12:22.: ..
    : iI i Curtis' and keep cool Charles Sparber, ............ .. library, and should be of great interest to
    any
    4 me.at Keeler will go to his: home at Dixon, of Captain and Mrs. W. H. A. S. Randall, clerk. I I ...30._.... ....12:00: ,.. ... 1:OJ. every man, '

    i"' .. r Fountain. HI., for the. summer. Heath. Supper| was eaten at the cabin This! committee will meet on Friday, : ...31......=........._..:.. _: 'J ..i............... j woman and child in the country. '1

    :; Great Council of Florida, 1 Ito- I preliminary plans'I and a d 'lightrull'icn f" enjoyed the return Court the 22nd House day in of DeLand May,, Fla.1908,, at at 200 the: and afternoon tides are approximately Call and inspect our complete line of White House Shoes for :. !

    . |iN4 Order of Red Men, held in SU I No chargefor of work at actual being made by moonlight, which o'o'iork p. m., to canvas the returns of at the same hour. Auto.j men and women and secure a sample volume of the set FREE. .
    iijMtoeUstweek.W.. G. Hobbe, of estimates supervision I I also! seemed to have an attraction for aid primary election, declare the result mobiles can be driven on the beach two
    If
    hours after tide and within two
    Daytona. high
    iiltyirM elected Great Phophet. cost. Norman S. Dayton, the alligators as several were seen by and transact such other business as hours of high tide. I In addition to the above line, we carry the famous Buster Brown
    hall:. come before 1 it.
    1 tA'PI bone, wagon and cart fort The Grand Chapter, O. K. S., will the party. W. S. TIIA| YEH, --- ---- ----- Blue Ribbon Shoe fur boys and girls, and other Star 5 Star specialties ,

    i-,tMIp. Enquire of Mrs. Hasty convene on April 21st at Masonic Hall. H. W. Harrington, who recently purchased Chairman. If you expert to
    tf Orange avenue. The grand officers the Gould property, arrived from (I. W. FISH EH, made by the Brown Shoe ('0., of St. Louis. It is a pleasure to
    t, ,,:r rtlIrk.na.: at The Dt '|)land, with his Secretary.When
    .
    reception visit
    : will give a lost week for a -- -----
    Jljfciu expects to have A*first class 8:30 to 1030.: Atlanta Build show these goods at all times.
    from : Cottage
    evening a
    *1 tfta Monday : family in their new possession.Ve I P.....
    ,this summer. The line-up cordially invited
    All visiting members are understand that McCoy Brothers I the editor man of tbl papwwaa For sale by !
    been decided but it is
    ; ytt upon, to be present. intend to have a couple of new boats a "bound boy" In MUuourt forty
    ? .:JH.. ttat(be team will be a very strong7jAso1ene I ready fur service next winter and that year ago bU copy papw at school was Residence or Hotel rome THE PECK-HENDRICKS COMPANY.
    standard
    ; E'- tWant to buy a order. maL.ecllain'l B. F. McCoy has begun their eonstrucion. -i so scarce that be had to writ, oa both and examing our stock of
    wheel in good and tbellTOM"1te
    don't work leas skies of the paper
    stove : .
    Gazette- .
    '. Mp""eard to W. G. Hobbs, Box cash price. Address D" care Mr. and Mrs. E. Howard, who have of the tint the paper wrItIng we to now MT UM paper.for copy Although Furniture and House
    News.
    "Bhad to fix it their cottage here during the
    a man
    -2. occupied cents pouaO. our tartyxp
    a
    3
    costs only
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    :'W y'e'lhethe summer the local drug Announcement of lion. Isaac A. Stew- winter recently returned to the White rl ll'n\" will, not permit aay waste Furnishings. S.

    .*,,! vm .dose every evening, except art for renomination to the office of House Daytona. Beach which they had without annoyance. -CoucordU Kanitn Norman Dayton

    3; ,. ,"t 8.-00 p. m., instead of" 6:KK) Judge of the Criminal Court appears for eaicd for the bea.\on. Kline have \\'e want to convincejyou
    Gazette-New and
    "** U stated in last week's Gazette- the first time In today's Messrs. Davenport
    the office to launch and are having a : that our prices are right.
    filled small
    *,' Judge Stewart has eased a I fraU *f HU 1IIen. REAL' ESTATE.
    -\' which he aspires again ever since the establishment fine time making expeditions to various i Xh) but you hare only known mt :

    /-t ItOnlnc Co., phone 70, kero- of the Criminal Court and points on the river. for a few weeks": she aald. "How can !

    : JH Piiluuu, cylinder and machinery has well and faithfully administered the The Two Chums took a party to Daytona you 1 tie sure* of jour feeling for mer to !Bingham&Maley.Co.FURNITURE : I Care of pioperty. 1 hat door south of postoffice.' W. II. ED-
    the reason I'm aaklaf you
    ,:\ .o fc and the circus That *
    warehouse at Daytona night to see
    law. Friday be wife," rf1'U.d the man wh WMou MOXDSOX. Manager, Daytona, Fla. Plans, Estimates andSuperititendenec.
    !orb E. Agent.LBennett Peterson's sister: Mrs. IUT I
    i
    : Dillinghaon. __ I Mrs. Edward bacbtlorhood. "I'm
    and
    '::!:" I at Curtis' and Keepat l'UV' with Mr. and Mrs.Peterson. YUill" wld Lumber yard, Magnolia Avenue
    Meet me Jboom is visiting afraid that If I wait say longer something UNDERTAKING
    came down from the Popular Fountain.The may happen to make mt Iou my F E. C. Railway. Phones at office, yard and residence. :
    iNC.and !
    in Daytona
    was had
    real estate men
    theatre of Daytona'a ." Chicago Rcor4flerhd.
    : He left the same day for Palmetto moving picture the One in town. Monday afternoon: nerv* ..........................
    badness before the Circuit c1oSd. The Gator, under quite a party .. I '
    has and getting prices. T_ 0.- u. Lea.-

    managemt or W. G. Hobbs, will is looking at U property prospect that the Baxley "My poor chlldr: mOW'Dtd a New (\ Sale j nn -:=.==n==== .... : I
    This theatre There a 1.For : I
    continue all summer. England inothtr. "She was too good I I Cheap. 1.Ii
    : 28 and we will call for your still showing to good crowds of pleased lot on the river F.front HUtch, recently may again purchased to hive long. I always felt I'd never be ;' 1 Neviie H. Clark THE FINEST -

    -t Impressing. AU work done For tonight and Monday the by M. said able to raiN bee" !: ; i
    is
    MTtorkmen exclusively. patrons. : Day "ith the change bands, in which event it "}.Iow old was your daughter when : Enterprise Stereoptican, : : BATHS

    S- 0. S. Burnett, Tailor. following Bon Pickers will, All's be seen Fair in Love and extensive improvements will be madeon abs died?' Inquired a ympatbiaiaf rll1 1 I t I; : With Sun Ri\al Light ::HI.1.i! OPTICIAN. i n i! ON EARTH \" :

    Sell, Henry hiud.son. the (property. __ Zae ytaltor. iry I'lnvSO .> 4. :? i
    s at a Bargain-A nearly War, Any Barrels to Barely forty."-New Tort Ufi.I. 4. FOR MEN AND WOMEN 25c.
    :
    -- '.'"Enquire upstairs from party Fares. views Around the World; :: n :..,... L1CIII I

    ; I three in first house from For Sale-As I am now traveling and For parties of ten ((10)) or more trav Sweet BtDIft'-... ..'rt.. Halna..k.star boarder taj I I't CO views Passion Play; lectures i < 1 <3 I! LILY WATER ,'

    I i Daytona Beach. On or wish to locale nearer the center of my sling together on one ticket two (2)) not paid a cent In the hut tare : screen and everything :: 1 is T5i Dfl*wsiw i.e Tell.Va.I3L1CTRIC .

    -2 offer at a low comprUing figure all or 2 cents per mile per capIta, minimum per moatbL I i complete for entertainment.A. : l {! Eyes Examined Free, i j i:! LIGHT/ I' ,

    i knowledge of the build- ypS'of my property capita fare fifteen. ((15)) cents. i Cemt6Jan Boarder H'm! lie o fbtt9 4: 'i ll :: -
    ) '" 1 store, 1 corner lot on Day TEke are to the public and join a football team. : VV. FIELDER, : Ii :s PLANT /
    open
    Of
    i this will save dwellings rates
    -, locality suitable for business. the Atlantic 8wtt Btager-A. football ta* 7CoiMdlaa At Clark's Jewelry Store. ;
    ranees, and perhaps ex and Beach Zlt.lftb. nine acre i apply between any point on Board r-8ufe: taa't he a : New Smyrna, Fla. 4 Ii.

    t tu advise with you. It or opera house and a J.: E.' Coast Un..... A. W. fRlTOT, Division T Krya. lI==_:=mn 1..WI...._....::::::::U I I "
    farm real estate man or Jacksonville, Fla. quarterback Chicago I I...... ..................
    Norman S. Dayton, ; 3ee any tf Passenger Agent -
    .......... -- -
    ;f tf Rush, owner. .

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    I J FOR STATE'S ITOR-m. VoBluSTHTE OF THE
    COLLECTOR.
    iMIMMMMMl I I the eodiy curios t ,5&* ia Dets Can For Dcraocntic Pnmtuj. ( 'i
    MMMMMMIMM tiaras the re- To the People of VdusU County: I hereby announce my ttafi or b1Jdr
    i *. sd pcbfidj become cancEdate second term of oe si tor ekcUoa to tbe cffic of Js
    : b wits the aI d the what adidit hive I have decided to spin nomination to a
    aee ctacce aad decae c
    tarns the eCc of Tax Collector at .1D tad for tie 7* Pease firs ad for the tjt&tfrVoltsia
    :| Bond Lumber CompanyROUGH F, a Exee e Co"n bees nominated tj saj.rilT rote ftrj i for State'* Attorney.
    mricf.. and :- of Florida estfact t the Coontt sstjert the
    i *i the Site vi r.orA.Ide A1 a Ifttiq art cocsty office. aid in -at inch .tie arpn>Achii pn respetfa3r jirfkul timat to
    .1.1 i d ssid (1'0"lbd is tie CTcf ca t! a sexcad pessary w2I .'.ate to be. soiiat your votes and support. Democratic Primaries to be held JIT the Dnaoentie Prianri' Jf;,
    OF nred in tins capacity.befcre If trusted with the oainistntion it win be aim in the f j.
    JickjorriD*, Th ids, oa tie lltt ttid ad to tnsxart scA otter btd- Itave' loci 19.1903. again my tram .
    : ;day c.f F t: Aryf I!: the Dezoentk c.+st as sha3 cca before it and believe that my knowledge of this moet imporUat pact to administer the datieiom -
    DRESSED
    ROUGH AND LUMBER '( EiecrtiTe Coc r rttee c*V a 2sii CocsrjE W. THAYER Ct-jnr. '"f the detail of the cLee and my Jperkae office by the people.1 will, M I barealways >e to the beat of aj abint,. 4-._

    : PINE AND CYPRESS 1C ::E Flcrvia, tt a =etrj t-id : DeLasd, G. W. FISHER Segritary p:a f" me in a better position striven to do. perform my duty HEXP.VLegal T. _

    ::. ca T. I. 1d :4:11, ISCs, _ II to serve coo satisf torily than a rev impartially and fearlessly fcr the beet .

    i. io =sit ,3 ter-fcy issce ti* f a.c; a:d tvtied :ay or one net famiar interete of the Stat
    | | ea.r A D.f.XnX P'M.L-Y E POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. I with tie sort of the oWce.rKpeetfnL'y Ji HS c., JONES ..............

    .C'e amt TarC.: tut Cut 1 you.-s. states Attorney 7th Court.
    toTtThe cry
    .Z and Cement in Stock. Yet.ar as Q or =i.un:. : ss ii Pn:=iry Betics TJ! bca < tads tat of-d eanda.Les will *F3 fit*tTAnxot r tb* ansacnteamtt .I I r b. P. SMITH Notices
    ---- -- _
    1a tUOJ&t1 Ltatla-rr .I2&P-- cSaekwe'LJ.. 'f1'3 &t tt.e: I p in each Sate and County o= **- :- -
    : 1ILU-BtJc.4XW.A & t:1 .. dlnnrt b'.a-.i' Cot sty. Tft* ebrj a for l; *rU..3 of ai=*-cat ( I FOR TAX COLLECTOR- CIRCUIT COURT. I. .
    ..
    Xa.IIaVA.o. eaaf rQ Era c: r.t tt" T E.C Rj : from cos taut tae prta-a-let ."e f To >Docntic Voters cf Votasia Cc.- :. FOR CLERK OF .... ...
    ft- rig tie Locrs fixed by lay fcr Voters of'Volusia Co-
    : oTer.-rttlb* !_ *a ifptioo. OWTT.t for To Democratic
    l Phone 83 R. J. MALBV. Manager.. : bciiir j >: tkcj,en Tcei.y the IWi tc--aad'la tt. -*.+e of sfco* *fco fkttoriloe I have been prevailed tpcn for part Tax I am a candidate of'to ueoEce Otatioa of A4m roatrtt3ea.-t
    : cay -if yy l&OS, fcr the to=iaiucsStit a. Coaaiy Cm alsl<>n r. and four years W larie the rate of Clerk of the- Clmol Covet of .

    ... .... ..... . . .. . .. .. .. M . . .. *. -.f Li: Dr oeaie tai .teaes fcr e ce. t--mt<-r of who ii.CocatT w1.l2 SoLed of n Pabtk. laU Cofiecwr, but f.-vr have deferred for the en account rtetct Volosia County, and respeetfallj solicit Vold In County
    } iid oc:,. to b< voted fcr ty 4 last no of peTKZil u to t. auuartSy ctdr-o t, your tH.tft at the Primary to.be held By The County Judge of Said *SS

    i ..-. ...-.. .... ..... ... .. .. ... .. . ...... .. .. tie t-a>=to ocntic ti teed electors Xoveaber at the 3rd7 rseriltl ISKfe semi anaesn tU mot lor l&.::!a4fs t-r la*.rt a*-maoal.e sate ycumlenL My friends s*<3 to think that e f t- May 19tb. A. D. 190S. Whereas La1rft'1tt Tm

    Ht.i : ; earned from lfrttc tai 'V.- :e IB* lt Should you again honor me with an to tW Court ff T Letters ofrtratron
    S I/pferx.nuearrarar.i ia cf the pled .
    : I C FISH one .
    Deraocnticetv smc-e
    ti tl teen
    i-i '
    to poitted by year
    , J CURL 9Cae: afe
    I. man la ot s J'r' :0 r-- Luld te election. I'shan'ecdeavor! to hue CoD the Estate Gl "
    the
    c-Cces in tl
    ::: of tine Su> b tio the 'payiEZ county
    aid Caata. Gaze 5esocA crf r : the duties of the office satisfactorily to deceaeed !late f said
    .a .
    ewers and demand- nn.
    : a 4 vf hi:3 cf th' SAid poi=ass r cieat for any one man { .t
    ,
    a. -:1 Ttct'tt prort.pt atUs.t-c FOR SHERIFF.Itaiethisaeticrfof lie all I and AA the law directs.
    : I have decided t" enter ol115is.r
    elCti4L tad the Ur. cf the holdig tine isg a charge
    : Telp;. .9.Cttae Arece DAYTOSA, .\ : r rr soy e: t: a .\. D., 1S10. Aar.
    ... ........ ..... ... ...... .. . .... ....... ... SECOND PRIUARY. will be a eaad i&te for the :5r. of Lave been a supporter cf the dear SAMUEL D. moD'h aQ of and said eicg.:Iar the kodni jt
    .SieiSef Vofc-U Co-at t the coming i cratie party ia Volasii county for tie creditors deceased, to lie surf It-
    - Pr--dtd. Ttii i reams prj iry, r prisiirl**- I prosit 'f lKt..j, to perfcnn -1 fact twenty yu)1] c5titietita. -- pear before this C' .;: :nor befon A

    . . w L-f' Leces : t.f t::! ln, rha7 ? held cs Tasdyt i i ij : and AltWal caster. I most ropft-I loyalty: and service will warrant your I hereby announce my ttodidacy for bans, if any they hae to the

    j the friar dy d J:*. A. D. 1 0S, W::! fly sit the support of tb peopi* rapport fcr a promoter i it will be very nomination to the ogee of malice of e2 'S aforesaid, l .enrise e

    Ice Company f ;dxx l'l'tn c the bi=ke:t cicdidites' 1 L. lIT etch appreciated the Peace in and for the EJghJb Dvi- will b* granted as prayed. ;

    Daytona ; when L-/aitations; fL& not tare bee:I Ii ]1 i -- -_ I ars familiar with the duties "f the trict of Volusia County subject to tte Witness m1l1anz- a: C.only J.

    1 i merit tj- majority; rot u> the f rtt FOR SHERIFF. <.. oSce and feel safe in saying I cam serve attica of the Democratic Primary May the County afore-aid, tt.j 16th _i.
    PURE ICEMade !r' pric,..ryJ rtx>a and *t t ch second To tie Demoeratie t'atess "f \,.;rinaCcwusty :lyoatoy'-sr satijfactk/n. I have r..pkdjes'nor .'> 19Ui I'0. If favored, with your support April, 190v J. fEE MCEOP.Y.Dusolirtioo a

    : prsny't. :e: only sucfa dectcrs as : fate proaiie t" male, it stall be my endeavor to administer County Jsfg1
    from Distilled Water. ; i< : ?.lit..j; v rote at the first I hertty aai Ckm.y l a* a candidate -i further tLan I will agree, if elected to the duties of the ofice in an honest -

    .r;>..afi": r"L mild be p ntitttd to f'.r hri2 of Velum county subject !. t hit eat h precinct once year for tie and upright msm en -
    Factory; ccrcer Railroad and Volns'u to the action of the lAa o of the Notke. 1
    A. i * .l '.* l>eta their
    taxes
    i..2iid .ri nary ckttk ia to pay ---- : Notice is hereby given that the
    ae:1ut"r'M" -n eoapCu. impartially enforce lie lair of lie -- --- -- .
    If the deaxHratur should tree
    party ner&hip exiting between J. C.
    -- 'I;t. ;saw* tertby; clars the eoutty, and to eOLd-t the affair of CRIMINAL COURTThis
    i ft to honor me with this proaotiao I JUDGE OF : Arthur I. Miller coder the*
    :-.- ..'j c'r..dltxLe occbkh lejilr lit
    the eWce the best r.f
    to ability.
    very my win ende.tor to show my gratitude. Ifact inform frieodsthe of J. C
    ff.:ILZ U> beccs candidates. I the all i ii to my name and style Butler ft
    5'jrb Eartessty reqt supportf I will be satisfied with the rsa'.uand ocratic voters of Volusia County Dem-I I. has been dissolved by mutoaPenn
    :t a: itctioiJ i iLn be re- voters the
    at
    1 ga.T :. ):.d taken I. II': primary.LEE MORRIS. remain a democrat just the **se. iai a candidate for the office of Arthur I. MIEcr a unies all obEga&i
    4 prr'per '
    Y San Mateo Cigars of tne LKavxrktie party, aid tfeertfor Thankicr cy friend for past favor?. of the Criminal Court of Record in and an bills' due the f re. are parable t

    1 ; *LV.at.- partia'p&te aid be c.di- fOP. SHERIFF.To I am. Yours to cooand, fcr Volusia County to be voted for in bim.P.TH'R L UILLEL''

    rt tf Voters C tV. II. }Jo BRIDE. i the Democratic Primary to be held on J. C. BT TLER. -
    > >rt aid rote at rich eledtioss. the e-f Volusia; JU :-- _a fcii
    .as f,_.ssQr.LIFIi.TIONS Is ariontacicff myself fcr sLeri.. I. FOR TA.t ASSESSOR. May 19,1903. If endorsed, and con- Daytona Beftefa. TUL March 17. IStTRAOCMAJBS (

    Have Made J JA Of CAXDIPI- mil! give the public my kif'! o& rerui ; To tLe People of Voiusia County tied continue in the tte administration o lice by you I of promise the law to I .

    DATES. natters ptrtiikz to the good of the |, Some years ago I wa chosen County
    wbok t'I as I d it, with justice tempered with ,
    I!
    -
    _ I:. -*-. i:d otly those p r cssf sfcIl: First-My eipeneatt as 6L e.tfteers. 'i j Assessor U Taxes ffr.t1 C !: The books that time far
    ofTheir 1 1 be rxrnfc.tted t* t* cnicadJdV a Noes 1 I i, the larger (cities tcrtb, a. well as City j from tax at of were.hId.I i confidence and favors shown me by youin I VOW :
    Reputation i perfect, a -omparboa
    Ito:; or vote .t or participate m the MarsLaTof Daytona fcr three years, tn- ', of the past, and my efforts will ever be EXPE
    with the tax booki today will j'llt y i I
    ttaiagrrj it of any primary election ables one to I.e be more competent to to ecntl& e ia your ,jill and tomerit j
    Led by iLr l tax>crtk party i ia Florkia deal .ith cr-.aalnil and lair breaker my claim that I have made treat iaaprovea your support and coafden in I Ilh I
    .i.o white beioocnulc: electors: >ents in this work, why w LOW I I
    Own. are aectmd-I aa oppcitd t<-- axicg the future as in the past.
    w:.', d clare thir
    prir..iples: aad Ijru.Z4.tiG cf tee of the couaty seat, now being I respectfully announce my candidacy

    The success of the man lateo Cigar i is one of Dtaiocratic party-\\itkcil sta> and ait.!d. and placirr the hardship on' to for the reLonusatioc Democratic to said Prin.arxascii oftce "sbj c;: -- -- --

    C'.Lty-wLoare by ti.lavs of the the Teat and north part of the --.unty FOR COUNTY SOLICITOR
    the greateit.imlu-trial triumphs of the Kat Coast : Uful ti'toi; c-f th* district a to reach the county seat. you that if honored with another term
    1 Ii will devote my best efforts to the Than Jzg friends in \4tIIJ.oi.1 ; DramsCOFTKJGKT4&
    .:.d. they ',!?fr tr vote who havepaid Third-I am :> th" my many .
    opposed ilktil
    i : faithful .f the duu. ..f ewe in the
    dlscharg ctrLaty f.-r their kindness past.
    since theaf: reeze. t.eir poll taxes legally due Lt sale of whiiiey as my record 11111 show, A ayas 1* teiea u4 c-
    r i less than tea days btfore eucb office. I respectfully Solicit a continuance of ; nteklr e.r eeauna
    primary I believe that hotel should t
    though e i t" l1sw.Etio.anetll
    w fnti
    nOn
    toT rua +
    ,
    .tioa i held and who lull For your pat indie** and cotrkitri- the same and their votes aid support !j I 4cMU. .N11SI99I .
    beiichallenged m
    Made cLoicttt of tobacco that tie t '' allowed to serv- wines a! a brt-raz to t'e ?
    froia the growtts f.laii- by lector ; lion I th nk you very touch std will in the forthcoming primary for the office wnt tra*.OM! M M WT tr.ewrr,; ,
    'any pledge lIrit..g
    bula of Florida a:1'] the Island of CaLa can produce and wrapped ujjcu oath wire aa infpttor, their f'o\irtl.-I:sue=s. have ;,H'du bay'wz.2 fvurteta -j!I i; greatly app '*iat4" a retwn at jour of County Solicitor fojr'm county I 1 i iI I P S3"*,talea a.so.a tto.aa doau.Ji"* a CI *''"**

    with the rich silky leaf on fast cca- i pdattatir.fc=. r. ('.Lljr to .bide by and support the yfrs aid ha*,e treated others as I':t..u.d- =. _. B. WIL.X. piedce myself to perform the duties ?; lH5 tmcJi eiica .
    grown -- ,
    result; cf rucb primary and vote for rte would have them treat me. and (..tie foTTfAX ASSESSOR. '> of the office fairly and impartially and'o .
    the ci cf the world has produced tetter 'iis. thereof. guard to the limits of my ability the at..tr.trl w .E .
    rar industry teter riFer Lr':: .L't tried to live hotest and Uf.rk.-ht :. I i.treL'f tnource myself a 9 a candidate i- ''interestsof the State and her j, otao.t.1anraUtesr b.ntraelr ,.,, =.t
    1 sale by all the ItadJBg; hotels and clubs and by theVnioaNews OFFICES TO liE FILLED. Fifth-I will Lot tc aSJiated with for the poeitioc "Tax .tssersor CtfI people. ,.: fru.IL a.MIy rl am ..i.aMUNN
    for favors and
    thanking

    Company on every train entering Florida I prrnary.4e'tror.s fern tltttcr Ij"a.shall iced lave to vote the i& aid and air have fiction always though been I so am, and a LH-inotrat if elected x,<{i marks Volusia to Tounty.Fr field in oc the May LVn.firatic l<4 th. I hate Prix -Again a r-ontiauance you of past tbe am---, I1 i iolteiticg I Base!&O:;T:-l;.
    rigLtto Very Respectfully
    Twenty sizes styles and grades to elet from.I vote forOtt I| will do my t tmrJ: to usk the office j i b en a coexistent democrat all a.y life arr. J. W. PCKKIXS.
    : fairly, hcr.est and upricf.t and io all I ;:
    for !( | and if hcn<.rtd by the democratic voters !
    and dat L"titd States. ,
    ( n.
    ator can for the prod of tt. topl- <.f the::cf Volant E '-utity with the nomination
    I 1'Ok 1 SALI BY ALL DEALERS.Manufactured whole county, M what is to your inter- 1 promise t-> denote all my time to the
    Or.(- candidate for Governor, J.....If.... .. .... .. .J.J
    I ir.did&te for of Slate ett is to rr te. Thar.itg you all for :: duties of he olfice. A. t P.\TrILl"' '. .i
    r.6 <
    BS. SecreUry ,
    > your vote ar.d asi tai.c*, I b g '', reran : .
    rte candidate for Attorney General .
    Yours t"6rw.. I'
    w SAN MATEO E m1 candidate for Comptroller! 'SUI'ERVHOR OF REGISTRATION. .
    ROWLEY. M. H. ZUHF.R.
    FLORIDA +J L'. .aadidite for state Treasurer, --- ,, To DeiLotTatic voters of Volusia County
    : LEADING
    ')Le caadidatA for 5upers:'-td:iit of FOR MEMBER fcOARI 0.LIJIC' I am a I' r.did..t'or r eiection to the

    ,Ll..1..1..1..1..1 .. I.JI tJ.4A.. Public Ir-jtrueUon, \IIfJ. office of supervisor of Registratk-n atd :
    One candidate f',r <'',mm;!Kjr.r of I htrebv afinouDr* n.ys-If a f"anfjithte i i I a=*r your support pledging mys.lf f-.

    Ajricultur for re- ri One endidae for Railroad Coniaii County Hoard of LiJucatioo, subject to1> the duties otnct.KeptfuUy -

    Ask Mr. Foster sioLf-r, the action of the -niocratJc Primary to Yours, ..
    : f>i.e candidate for Slat Cheinfet, \* hH May 19. 1M\ and if elected will JOHN H. WETHEKELL.5LTERIXTEXDEXT .
    j (Ja! candidate for State Attorney forth -- -
    endeavor to dim'-Large the dutief the -- : FOR
    1fJt! FOSTER KNOWS deal airut Florida Cuba.
    a great ; Judicial
    Circuit rIft, 21
    to the best of my aWlity. ': OF PIBI.IC IXSTRtXTIO.V. .
    ; N'aiaua, the Bermudas, the \Ve t Indies, lleiico and the Oa candidate for. Judge Criminal (EO. F'. CKOUC1I. .

    South generally. He can render t5ecient aid in mapping'I j'I Court of Record of \+,lusi i" County, To the People of Volusia Count;

    oat tours of Florida and tie adjacent islands or for the 'CrimiLal' O&e caadidate 1 Court '.f for Record County',Volusia Solicitor' I take FOR this COUNTY method of JnJf.iF.iLforrriicg the I t.trttJr..pt tfllily announce r.y i UNITED I 4L aN

    homeward Trip. He will write cut your itenary and en- County, voters of Volusia County tt:1.t.1 am a candidar-y for the office of Co>Gty Su- '.1

    gage your sleeping 1 car. parlor car or steamship acccrnodations. (r.-e candidate for Clerk of Criminal candidate for re- -3::tiotj to the office of pcrintndiit to the Public Instruction, ub- 2
    jcl approaching IEem' erati'-
    Mr. Foster keeps in touch with thejiotels at all resorts Court ri Hfccord ol Volusia County, Bounty Jude. subject to the action ,-fF primary. : STATES
    Two candidates for Merjifr of tl.. mocratic prim&ry \<> be held May \'
    and generally kn'ws just what accornodations are;, Housef IJc-prts ntatives, \',,,. Should you again honor with an If nominated and elected, I proruito ..

    available from day to day. lie will wire for rooms at any :: One Candidate fcr County Judge, lection I shall -: lcat'or L in the efforts give in niy the whole time of and very bt"i .
    interest the
    4f
    hotel and will give yon a personal letter of introduction to Jne candidate; for Sheriff pa t, to discharge the duti' of the this county and with this assurance.whooU I : SENATOR
    '' OLe candidate for Clerk of the Oruit office atisfactorilv to all.
    the -
    proprietor. Mr. Foster will sell you v'ur tickets and' j. rei-r-ctly ask for your support
    Court, LEE: M'CRuRY. ; .
    for the OCKLAWAHA ST JOHNS OKTOMOKA Sincerely
    engage your rooms 'Jr.e candidate for County AseMor of :
    : \
    RIVER ROUTES. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. U BOTTA ,
    Tares, I __ __ _ _
    No Fees are Ever Asked or Accepted, Therefore One candidate for Tax Collector} [ To iDUNCAN
    c caadidiite for SuperviKr of Il-gistratioa I -rtby announce rn>:cif a candidate SLTERIXTENbKXT: OF ITBLIC( IX- U.FLETCHERStands

    Ask Mr. Foster anything/ any time, about airy place anywhere. lIe for Repr-jnlative from Voiu4i County, \ STRrCTIO.V.

    Probably Knows. One candidate for County Sui";rir.V-n- subject to the iVniocratic I'rimarks. I To the People Vvlusia Couaty, Fix- :
    dent of Public Instruction. aLd if f.I.- tf'I it will be ttJ.n.j"or to j: I hereby announce myself as a candidate -

    MR. FOSTER'S OFFICES ARE AT THE SIGN OF THE QUESTION MARK! One candidate for County Surveyor, do the beat I ran for the irtt'r-.tJl of all for County :Superintendent of f for These

    Jacksonville.lla.. 210 Hcgaa s-trttt. be- \Vaihinfton, L). C., 1333 Pennsylvania'twccn On- r-andidate for County Treasurer. parts of VoIfeL County and the itop1e Public Instruction. I have been a life--!' Principles :.

    HotelWindsor and lJu\al. ave, tetrad block Wow L. S. Treasury Each urb elector in the respective of the mate c'-nerally. !long Democrat and have helped tn fight : Control of laleratate Carriers ky laterstate j

    St. Acruztine, Fla., Cordova Comer. Old Point Con.f<.it, Va Hotel f"ham- county 'otn the JfJtrs' district shall 1tee.e tfuily the tt1tf.f Iema-racy slate 1 76.iMnrKxra'y Commerce .. L. ;

    ;, Palm beach, .la. fating Hotel Hr/J'at 1 Lr-rwn have tLe right to vote for one candidate i"T.: (O H.IJ.f3)'tfr.i ., awes me nothing for ray : Farora Income Tax. '
    Florida. loyalty hr. I stand indebted to her '
    Poinciana. far ,
    liretton Woods county commis iner.
    White Mountain. N
    Miami. Ila. Halcyon Hall IE, in Hotel Mount Wa ahiD.ton! Each such elector in the respective _.- ;t i for the liberty which I enjoy. I there- Sr.ad. for Tariff Revision, and Baeflta la '
    clAd FOR REPRESENTATIVE.: !'fore offer> myself at the coming Primary. Florid Farmers wad Fruit 1
    F lI.ns.u, Cuba Cr Sorer I'rado and Central Park. ur.t) district shall haw- the Grower
    right \otefnr one candidate for a Lake Hefcn, Ha., March 4Ui, I:+W. I ITo May PJth. as your servant. If I anii Duty on Egyptian Collet.Geverwmeaf .

    ',-* fiicriibr-r. the board of public inslru'tion. -- emocratic Voters of Volusia (0.I .- 'my nominated undivided and elected atuntKxi I pr'in,mi-e trying to give to itl A" ea,,./'. Darkn.

    hereby announce myself as a candidate 1aIa.4 RiTera aa4
    rare the -taiidard of Watarwaya.
    L
    Lath -U'h elector in the re-p*tiveju for the Lt-cislatur*'. subject to the ; our schools to the Opposed to
    =tic -'! districts shall have the rightto decision of tl.e legal voters of Volu-ia highett jx-seibte state f.f proficiency, andI Trmata am4 all H-.Ues.
    for ail! be fair treating all alike. with : Farora ,C rr.acr R.'e _
    vote on* candidate for justice of County, at the coming Primary El c- y
    special l privileges to nf n". .. ,
    FULL the race and ore candidate for f'.ntaMe. ti'/n. on My I I'
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    I
    11ith,1904.E. ;EO. T.
    ELF.
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    W. I OX{. .
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    tl Four Delegate at Large to \atiotial .
    .. r I.nv' ti'JIJ. FOR THE: I.EGISLATUHF-|i C. E. ORTH DEMOCRATIC CAXDI- I =

    J ExPRESS Two 1)irtri't j D -gatta, hereby announce myself} as a candidate \ DATE OR SITERIXTEX- .

    'M. \ PREPAID One. County Member State Co ,niiUw, for nomination to the efl'p: of DENT OF K'IIUOLS.To .
    Jf M rinlcr \"atior.al) Comiaittte
    \1 I 1I'ff- id.r.tial Electors munlrrcfthe Ifoo'r"f Repretenta-j j the Voters of Volu"ia County:
    lives, subject to the action of the Lotratic .-m-
    I stand for were
    sonthing.: If it
    Each such elector in their rt-f"f the OI'Jt.
    1 IP precintts.bah have the right to vote Irimary.I.COX THORXTOX. }Ifor'i certain principles"hich I know.wouU .
    rl 'kiuble the
    r j one -.andidate for member of the efficiency of ourj i
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    ur.'v 1)'maratie Exeutiv Commit school, I would not be a candidate. ;iI
    t1'i'o >>. FOR RLI'RESLNTATIVE.To I I do not depend on any political far- ;
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    I Th" rupctti\e County Candidates, -mocratic Voter ,-\lu'i3 Co.I .- J lion but expect the people to s+-e merit i

    incudn! ; ; rncn.b:rs of the I.'ghjlaturc, I have decided again to ask your "tip- ,! in the priiidpals; for w hi h I stand ai.d
    IDoz.DELWWEO
    to Ix; voted for at aid! prin.ary election port for the nomination a or.e of the recognize in me a man able willing and'

    m,laid County are },-rcby a5leeed as Hf-pr-s.tativts to the Legislature. I I worthy to put the-e principal in force.
    FOR fl,.v\\\ wao elected to that rftcin 1''J'; and I believe the superintendent should ; .

    undidate for Judge of Criminal[ herved you to the best .if my ability and spend hi- time among the HbooL, aid- .

    f ourt, f>0 00. I, if you Sf" proper to r,turn me I pledge I in; and encouraging the teachers, re-i.!

    Candidate for County Solicitor Cricniu |, my honor to d.. all that I can for the \iewinstheworkandieting that thor-i!
    srs r Court $:;0.1). ; pople.and their intere?is.I I (,"?h work i i.done and good order main' .

    Candidate for C'lerk '{ ('rirriinal I I). F. )IOHHI5 X. taiail in our fcbfJf.Is. j
    C',.urt. n.iJJO. I>j you think our school- < an I te improved. -

    C11A S. BLUM & COMPANY.UiEMT Candidate for Meraler Hoys1 of P.: -p- FOR REPRESENTATIVE. [ f1Vbcre r

    I r"-f'Dt:1.tiH 5. U'.fJO. To emocratic Voters of Volusu Co.- :': can the sui'eruitiident do th e '

    I'AIWTUKEWINfi FO Candidate for County Judge, 10.00.. Curing the l,,t three sessions ..f the most grJOd1 his otlice or among thechoals' Florida East Coast

    Blue Ribbon Beer: and Lewis 66 Candidate of Sheriff '.*..(11'. i Florida Lr-gisl.tturc, I Lave been an at- : I
    Whiskey Candidate for Clerk ... Circuit Court, tache of the Senate, and hate there Should the :-UerintenfJent{ know what

    lend jrPruEUt IAfKSON\ILEF.. n.I' ..\. U 150.00. gathered, by close study and ot.T\a- !' is being done in our s'-liools! How can I Railway

    Candidate for As.-e.sfor of Taxes, U)0. lion, a certain knowledge of the affair i he know without sending hL tin,. 'j I ,

    ...... ... Candidate for Tax Collector, JIOO.Candidate of the State, as well as valuable eperi-1 ianiongtheshooL< and reviewing the !
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    ..... ........................... for Supcrviw of IJr istra- ence. of the mode and manner of ui?- work done NEW
    SCHEDULE
    : !
    ti'.n !'!..00.Candidate. :: Are the above rrinciple"rrth ij i :
    ; : : lation I therefore fed! I am qualified to ; of ,
    d + MALLORY for Sijpt-rintend-nt of I'ui- represent the people Volusia County I your support If they are, Ep Peak upi

    !; .. .. .. fi( Instruction, $.X.00. e as a member of the I House of R 'preentative i! and work fur me. I earnest .help. Effective f 14.
    Your April
    Candidate for Cour.ty Surveyor? ?, and respectfully announce my in I

    I : LINES 1'i W t Candidate for County Treasurer | candidacy for this ofLce subject to ,(; C. E.: ORTH. t( .

    I.VMJO action at the coming Primary. I '! i
    your 'SUPIIINTENDENTOI t'i
    i Candidate f',r County ('ornmirsuner, have been a citizen of Florida twenty-i| : ::

    : f SPECIAL l PASSENGER-EXPRESS; ?5 W 1 five years. I know the needs and want? i i iI STRUCTIOX. For detailed information

    Candidate for M'-n.brr ('QlJ ty Sd;jol I of the people. I shall always endeavor ; At the earne-t solicitation of "citixens :

    : STEAMSHIPS. Hoard $..5.00.Ca&j.il.it to do the greatest good for the greatest.number. from almost every section of tbe seti! the ticket ..
    for Jjslire of the Peace county i agent.i
    .
    If
    should honor
    I.a.r yu me with I I
    "t an4 announce myself as
    g moot tb'Jr"IJ.tt.I) t'lu I'I-J| 1'/1.-nKfor "t""IJJ"t.II'fI -in the : II.'iO I' a candidate for I
    a nomination and election I
    assure yuU superintendent of
    :: NO OVEKCROWItlM.:ruW't. I I Candidate for Constable, !1.1%). ;! it will be my earnest endeavor to fro'emyself I' Volusia County subject Public to Instruction the action for of 9!I

    NOTICE OF CANDIDACY.l..vh worthy "f the trust and
    the Democratic
    : Important STATEWXJMSAKK: POSITIVELY: CjlH..\ TUIJ your Primary. I have ben I
    crmf.dfnr.
    '
    person desiring to have his I''a. teacher in the public for1 f
    '
    tlee ,, tfcLpu schools .
    on "
    H ij win i K thenombiTof of! l Halln '
    z g raj.a/itjr! Dining tho inmrini OTTO 1 k K1KCHOF. i
    ballots as a candidate for Florida. If I should bf
    all any county the
    | ami >nr* in Jifj.Jaal..nk+ and attention. choice of
    (offir and members of the *I Ielx-on Springs. the people for this s
    PAS.SE.NGEIW: legislature it !
    LEAVE: JACK.xOXVIEEE EVERY: : Tilt Itfl" position hall be'
    AY. ----
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    ,, shall file with the chairman of this my pleasure to
    CSjoW.t..Joe.hilnF7uridaTiman-Fniun execute the duties of the j
    ; EOWUST RATES TO SEt1 lOIn( '-<.Kirr ittf:"-, on or before the 30tb day'I FOR COUNTY TREASURER. office to the best of my ability jl
    AII1.1. l'OITSCUTII.. of I I.. I take this method to inform the'ot always 5
    incudingdrliuhtfuID.tYLItHT! S i April, A. 100S. notice of his candi- working for the improvement .
    ; the
    of
    .' FAMOUS.SKA: ISLANDS.TbroUKb SML I Hironzh. the i dacy and application to have his namev < ersofVolusiaCountythat I will Le a I Schools and for the best interest of I'
    ;! printed, accompanied a sum of i candidate for re-lf'tion to the office of t caue of education. the i I
    : ticket* .u 1<11 nil Northern
    I ;' ... ) pointFor full) information j i money fixed by the Cuunty Committeenot 1 I II 1' County Treasurer subject to the action : J. 31.
    r linrattrivti off .
    I ; ticket ar -t<-.. apply(to TMl by tn otl r lln*. iliujframrppwrvati'me. I exceeding five percent"of the annualconjjiensatlon I !' of the Democratic Primary to be held ___ -_ _CJI.Hz'EIl j i

    I ( of the offwe. I j(II May 19th 90S. Promising if elected, I FOR CLEKK: OF CRIMINAL
    .i F. M. IRONMONGER Jr. IM Wtoto" I to preform tl.e duties of the
    Las stlrt.Attiitantn CANVASS OF IJETTP.N5.Tlie office in the If the voters in eoultT'1
    ! : Dcral I'atMDRer Age 9 I Ja'-kifonw.; Hurida.Oeo. j|I future, as in the past, to the best cf my should desire me to the.comins&
    . U. Clark. Ixx-al Agent, l Dartono, }la. J -niocratic County Executive j{ ability and will be grateful to those who as Clerk of the Criminal continij y dudes 1
    Committee
    i .................................................. fJ Cluck p ui.of May this..County L1, I'JOs will, meet at at 2\'j]\I will favor mi with their J. J. votes.VISZ ANT gratefully accept CEO their wi W.Court BRI I -illl I





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