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: April 25, 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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h -- Daytona, Florida, Saturday, April 25, 190 But Advertising Mrdlu. la Dytooaad_ Vicinity. Price 5 CentsDon't
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fi; Fail to See the. : : I :
i A Free Bridge or Reduction of Tolls Must Come.Some Fronting on the Electric Light aid :
i : Halifax River Modern Improvem.nt.SCHMIDT'S .

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Facts and
Figures-Likewise Two Communications.
r Interesting : :

...= Tinder the management of W- (I. HOBBS : ....NN.....1.11.N.......................................... . . . . - - - - -.- HOTELFormerly
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:::-' Peck Block foot of South Bridge.! : A toll 1 bridge is a public .; Schmidt's Villa.
utility or a tion of the .
bridge companies and if I I Considering it as a purely business
.r. Pictures* changed :Tuesdays, Thursdays! and Saturdays. : franchise created for the use and convenience -I they find that the bridges (or any one of 'I matter I feel that on a five percent : HENRY SCHMIDT & SON. Proprietor.,

i-0' See live Alligator in window. : lank in of the traveling public as a them, for they are each a separate corporation I'I basis, those who pay a toll of say $20.00per : DAYTONA, FLORIDA.Fine "
J; Admission 10 cents. : ountry. .the highway system' of the ) can be maintained at the year could well afford to give say ..

former rates of toll and the stockholders $200.00 to 400.00 for a free bridge, :
........................................: i A stockholder of a corporation owning receive a lair interest on their investment and then save money in the end, and :
a toll bridge is Home Table Deli htfnl.
I entitled to reasonable interest it is the duty of the Board of also be able to take their friends over the : ,
on his money Reasonable Rates Sunny Booms \
.......... and only reason County Commissioners to the bridge when they happen to be in Daytona -
.....................11... able interest. compel I R
.1 The corporation is also corporations to restore the rates to without paying extra tolls. .J f.'M" " " "

ii entitled to a sufficient surplus to maintain what they were before B. L. Armstrong, J I I am ready to pay my share and more,

MAS. E. GARDINER CO. I i the bridge. When the business is 3. A. Armstrong and L. O. Smith ca'le'l!I and I personally know many others ho -
such that
more than reasonable interest into control of them. I k
: are ready and anxious to do the same, City netel.
and a maintainance fund is earned I f
:1 and who feel that the city officials
'- it is the duty of the corporation to reduce Editor Gazette News- |I I should take quick action. t'k' 7

i the tolls. In your issue of "pril-lth you have an I feel that you must not overlook +

: Dry Goods. I The Central Bridge, before the advent article entitled "A Free Bridge is aLong I. matters of such great public importance ? t .1 OPEN ALL THE YEAR
the Armstrong-Smith combination, Felt Want." You ('ertainlypeak as this bridge octopus and toll-boost- 4
: 't'it...-. paid the stockholders 'I.
an annual dividend the truth, and moreover the fart that ng game. ELECTRIC LIGHTS.
of not less than twenty per cent we must have a free bridge was never I As good citizens who spend their ELECTRIC BELLS.

Phone 102, Anthony Block, : besides reserving a surplus sufficient to more patent that now.I winters in Daytona, the bridge ownersare Hot and Cold Baths.
ID .. keep the bridge in repair. Now let us want you to feel that I know I certainly entitled to all due respect t Table First-Clara.

:1 see what those philanthropists have whereof I speak when I Buy that you and the esteem of all, but as gentlemenwho f 3 3CEO.
done for the public-the rates in most have the backing of practically every own a controlling interest in all '

FLORIDA. | i instances time. been greatly increased good citizen in Daytona in this movement the bridges we must use at Daytona, I H. MATTHEWS

since the bridge passed into their COntrol for the feel that it is halt _
welfare of beautiful about time to call
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I and the rates applying automobiles little city by the sea. on their little scheme and ask for our

II I: were nearly doubled between 1905 The day when a coterie of bargain- full ri ht.*. FREE BRIDGE

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that traffic, according to a conservative utility and dictate to the citizens of

i estimate over the Central and South Daytona hat they shall' do, is past, as Minneapolis| Minn., April 14, 11)08.) y
Cost for Cash. Bridges has greatly increased in the last well in the matter of bridge tolls, as in Editor Gazette-News; : HOTEL GATES, North Carolina.

few years. What we are leading a up to many other matters of public interest. Last winter I had the great pleasure .
is this-you are told that with the great I[ want to say that in my opinion, the to -pend some weeks in your beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, Altitude 2500 f et.

.:rer'' 500 Cases of Fancy Groceries increase in the cost of labor and lumberno city and county officials are not doing city and I can truly say that I like nlltona. )- Through sleepers from Jacksonville, Fla., daily. .
one but a philanthropist would their full duty unless Daytona is provided .

ti.W and Table Delicacies. ::1I think: of owning a bridge, or words toke with a free bridge. Your climate, the beautiful trees, the Pure mountain air and! spring water. Trout and! bass fishing.; ,4

I ''*""' : effect. Why should the average family, livingin smooth leach and all the nice surrounding Riding and driving. Health and comfort combined. An up to

i:Hot selling out or quitting business only to reduce my : of The the Central Daytona Bridge Company, owner Daytona or on the peninsula be country appeal to me very much, date hotel at moderate cost. Address for rates, reservations etc.,
to I can'enlarge my store and! make it a two-story IniiKli : Bridge, has invested of obliged to pay an amount equal to their and instead of meandering from one
its surplus in the Port Orange Bridge.S31iOO.00 total; city taxes, for the privilege( of
'Th'i3 will enable me to make a better display and to han- : < ; it has invested in buildings using only one of the bridges owned by winter resort to another, 1 shall on my WAI. HEWETT, Manager Hotel Gates
next down
to Daytonaand
trip come right
"MBa': my stock to a greater advantage andso better serve my : at the west approach to the bridge over the Daytona bridge trust, consisting for the time 1 teeing I shall bo one of IIEXDERSONVILLE X. C. :

I ",growing trade. These good will l he in my way and I have no : $3000.00: () and it. has today a cash surplus mostly of three well known men? Theyare rou. i

''- ""m" in which to store them while enlarging my store, so I will : of about $.",000.00-all this, mind good men, and not to be (blamed for I could on enumerating lots of ..NN*...................................
'.- you, after paying a dividend of twelve their little deal which, in my opinion, as go
than cost for cash. first-rlasft and but :::'::
I at They are strictly good things about Daytona it -
rent. Do Mr. well of
-. per you now see why as that others, is now paying
-.PIs.;: Call'and see what I have to offer.CARROLL. : seems to me that criticisms will simulate -
Armstrong::, in his communication referred them far iu advance! of their wildestdream.
'-.' : your city more to make it a more
only to the. N'orth Bridge: A .
W. I i Bridge which most:: anyone will concedes The question is, have we, the |people desirable! place for winter tourists.:;

not a good investment particularly, I and tax-payers paid there tollgatherersabout The most annoying thing to a northerner -

:;- but they are compelled to have it to i enough tribute Is there any certainly is the toll bridge propo- Norman S. Dayton

-:&?The North Beach st. Grocer. control and have a monopoly of the logical reason why Daytona as a city sition. I have traveled a great deal in
the United States Canada and in Eu-
traffic over the Halifax Kivcr. and Daytona tax-payers arc not now
As before stated the rates have been) : able tll build and own a free bridge If rope and have encountered several toll

"Telephone'o.19.] :. increased in almost every instance there is, will some one be so kind as to bridges and toll roads but wherever I LUMBER.

N1...................................... since passing into the hands of the show us why we must forever pay our have! seen them, the local inhabitants \

present controllers, and still the same good; money to these estimable !gentlemen have always made apologies for their i

bridge paid big dividends and accumu- from New London, Conn., who existence and told me that the tolls Yard!, Magnolia I Avenue and! F. E. C. Railway. [Also

TOU WILL FIND WHAT YOU SEEK lated a maintainance fund under the seemingly have it in their power to, at would soon be done away with. Everywhere Plans, Estimates and Superintendence. Heal Estate offic
old toll rates and with less traffic than any time and all times "hold us up" the idea i it prevalent that tolls
1st door south of I'. 0 W. H. EDMONDSON
under the of' real estate, whether ,
category for
bridges and roads reminder ol
are a
today. In those days, however, directors for whatever tolls they may demand or
I_ it be a house, store!, stable, farm or city auditors and other officers did not think they can exact medieval days!, and I sincerely hope Daytona, Florida.) Phones at office, yard\ and residence.

country lots unimproved for your own tenancy draw salaries. Last year the officers of Now, Mr. Editor, pltase understandthat that your beautiful little city, your j
,- to rent to others or hold as an investment county, State or private citi- .
the Daytona Bridge Company were I do not blame the owners of these your your f.r
-ail these parcels-on our lists voted $1010 as salaries. At the same bridges for this, !but I do want to severely zenS will dh be ways and means to do

which are free to your searcb. We are at time the bridge tender and his helper I criticise and take to task, those: away with an annoyance that should r

your SI vice for anything in the real estate I who to blame for this state of affairsat not be allowed in the twentieth century,
received only 8475. are and resembles of ........................................N...mNNj
The same conditions evidently applyto the present moment and allow it to more the tactics the : :

3 "uoinfI's"J. the South Bridge but it has been impossible continue. All that is now needed i is a robber barons of the twelfth or fifteenth ::
C. thus far for the Cazelte-News: I citizen who has public spirit enough to century. .
Heal Estate. Life Fire and Accident: Ins. to get any information on its earnings! solicit subscriptions: for this free bridge, Besides being annoying, the tolls on I !

Phone 231, Daytona Beach, fla. except to judge by the traffic that and the full amount can be very quickly your bridges are \ery high and might :

passes over the bridge.It : raised, us well as the cost:: of maintaining cause tourists to decide to avoid you :: : I R

is up to the County Commissionersto the bridge and operating the draw city. Yours truly, i

>+..*............. ....++*+.+*+ demand to know the financial condi- I when the bridge is in operation. LOUIS. KOCH.. : Carry Full and Complete I
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Ask .for the Bread \j 1 also make a list of these warrants for
r : A QUESTION publication; a list for the treasurer; CELERY RAISING : Line of Plain and Fancy i ... 1\\

with the stamp of ; : ANSWERED. I copy, and them record in the minutes them in of the the proper meeting AROUND DAYTONA 41: GROCERIESi? :

books in this office. In another book, 41
4C4C4C I have to record the aggregate of the ItY: *:

:'TY Bakery j Why Does Not the County School amount expended under twenty-two I Is Destined to be one of the Creates 41 i
different headings, and see that the sum -
J ? Visit the County to Thin That
Superintendent I of these amounts agrees with the total Advantages City
Schools Oftener? expenditures. Could be Inaugurated.From I i i
I make a note of all business that CLOVER HILL BUTTER.
H. E. QUIGG, 11 us see what I have been doing the present indications! celery raising -
should come before the school board at
past month, and last month was just as' i is one of the coming industries of j
{ each meeting. a ith recommendation,
and next month there will be still my this vicinity. About ten days ago a t

k Aft. ,..11k ".... Proprietor. Z busy more,to do; in fact, for ten months out if it the comes board within meeting my, I send jurisdiction.After out the. solid carload of celery was shipped from The Conrad Grocery Company iE. |

++++++*.++++..+.........*.*.***** of the year, I am just as busy as I have I warrants, make four copies of the Daytona and smaller shipments have
l U-cn this month. Of course each month, been of daily occurance. Fully fifteenor T. Conrail & Vs.. old staid. i 1 1s
minutes for publication, and make all
varies-last month it tw enty haw embarked in
I' a part of the due entries in my Ixraks. persons .+....+..............+..++...+++.....+..+.+.....++.
f' the examinations and the industry and by another
********** ************************* was reporting on I At the same time, I am writing about year car-
notifying the schools as to whether they load shipments will be of frequent occurance. -
twelve to fifteen letters day-nearly
t N. ERICKSON | I' would probably get the :State: Aid; nest five hundred during the per month. This The soil around Daytona is ....... ...................N...NNN1..1N..N.14.
month the special work will be arranging especially well adapted to the raising of I
month 1 have over the monthly J. H. GARRISON
W'net MaKer. Wood Woriter.Psetare J t I for the sub-district elections, etc. I reports of nearly gone every school in the celery as shown by practical demonstrations I
'f : 2 The routine work every month is as follows as well as experiments by Director : |.A close examination of electric*
to determine the attend-
; Frames Door and Window Screens made to order.< s ance for the past six months, and have
.t I At the first of the month, I balance !' Station. The following is a copy of a : from this chop shows how squarely .
for the Aid s
made for State
\. j application
Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA FuD. '1 t i up the accounts of the nineteen sub for twenty-two schools in the county, letter received from Prof. Holfs by C. S. : 1 and honorably we transact our
*************'I check off the number and I I'ieman, manager of the Daytona Model business. Electrical repairs receive -
***** districts
....... ...***** I ; the amount aggregating '&7I.. I have
of the warrant that havebeen Farm: special attention. Those
,. ... amount during the month and the {I also spent| nine whole days in the Gainesville, }la., .\priI6. i'J07. s who employ us never worry about i
.......... > | paid schools of the but have not
... county, reported -
,11 11 1111.111....11.......... l > number anti amount of the warrantsthat Mr. C. S. Rieman, Daytona Fla, : our charges, and they knew before -
M the same to the papers so as to Dear Sir.-on March 23 1 had the Z'I
Contractor outstanding. I do the same engaging us that our workmanshiP ;
TAYLOR Electrical > | are II get the fact published.If pleasure of visiting the Daytona Model
t with the general fund and with the patrons of our schools knew how Farm, as well as other farms in the'i will be the best. i

House Wiring a Specialty.j' I three special funds. I then take thetreasurer's 'I busy I am, they would not write me cinity. I consider that the soil and
and go over every conditions, as they present themselvesat Electric Co.

i reports : Daytona ;
1 saying, "Will be in DeLand some time
Shades, Daytona, are as good the best in
Fixtures accountand as
Electrical Kinds. chetk it by my r it
All and up
Supplies of : account i I next week to see you about our school," the State.: You have a large area of un- :t7- e
No. 8 Orange avenue, DAI TON A, INNN LA. I see that it agrees in every partic and then if I am not in my office waiting denloped"t'1t'table an-1 farming landin : _._ ._! I _; 232 South Beach Street. j

...................................... ular. I then Auditor make and out check my it report up by to for them when they happen to that the could immediate be used vicinity to the best of Daytona advantage S..................NN...N..NNN.m...NNN.NS t
the State I come, they call me everything else but
I treasurer's report to the auditor to in raising vegetables and farm I
a "gentleman.: I am always glad to
.... see if they agree in every particular.As discuss school matters with of crops. ....................................................
.................-......... I \ issue about 130: warrants per I I any my The soil is especially well adapted to
'&WHEN- CONTEMPLATING II month, amounting to nearly $6000.00, I patrons, but, really, I cannot afford to the growing of celery mid Irish potatoes. : TWO BARGAINS | I
YOU ARE small task. In handling i, stay in my office for a week just to see The Irish potato crop would come in : A
this is no < some one a few minutes. If you will
_. n::','anlZcu. Iron Tank, a new Tin Roof, a Hot Air Furnace: nearly 100,000.00 in the past two years. I I I write me definitely when you will come just ahead of the crop at Hastings, and, I One Six Room House with double porch Electric! Light, lephone :
nuKlern accounts have not differed one to see me, I will either be there or will consequently reach the market when 41 Etc, corner lot, 9o: feet on Kidgewood by 250 feet. Good fence. Large I

1S.w#Bother metal necessities required to complete a i our cent. I! notify People you who that talk I shall a great not be deal there.about the With supply is limited. :: grape vine, a number of peach trees good bearers. A good home for i
to the land
that our accounts proper management : some one.One I
remember that After finding that of which they know nothing,
date agree, I then take up the new''I simply make themselves ridiculous. should be made to produce celery equalto
II bills, see that they are properly endorsed Another thing-a county superintendent that produced anywhere else in the : ted on MuHrry street. A cozy little home. +
SON for the same, has no right to visit the schools State. : In north of V Hood GradedSchool. 1
:C. NASH d I p ,and draw warrants I only as he is instructed by the board. These places are Kingston, Just vtl'na.
.. subject to the approval of the board.I I am limited to two visits pt year, The demonstrations that you have 41 : A Church and PostofBce near by.
PAYTONA. FLA. .! then make out my report for the I unless there is some special reason why made this year should convince the :: 'all on or write -,"

I all the money received I should go oftener.If most skeptical that the best crops, inalmost :

:, .. to give prompt and I reliable. service at fair prices.repair ..t county and clerk disbursed showing during the month, ,some they would would profit appear by to this much information better produced unlimited in vicinity.quantities, can be 41:: H. T. McCLELLAN | t tN :t.

next to the Armory. outstanding at date; sensible citizens. your Florida.
shop on Volusia Avenue, t and the warrants advantage as : Kingston or Daytona,
:te list of all the warrants Very truly, Very truly yours, i .
rz Out 6f.town work solicited. i it also Includes whom a and for what purpose: .\. O. BOTTS.t P. H. ROll :3: Director. ........................... .................>...> 1
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a T. E. FITZGERALD Editor Kitchen Troubles and the RemedyAn

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w-- #, C.C.BOfl NNONPhysician I Fitzgeraldj s& .a
.;. 'THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY May 4th Ute Last Day You C.. Register 1 error cvmmonlr nine r-y home owner i is in undcrrstlmaurj i .

t ( INCORPORATED ) to Tote la Democratic Prim the iwwsfer of proper unkary equipment< for the kitchen. 111 and Surgeon II Attorneys at;

aries.-Time Draw'teg Near. I, .. it"IS considered good form :o er-case Office over the Atwood Pharmacy, Special Attention to [_

Entered it the Poatoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. May 4th is the last day to register ff.. ( the Onv tint! a in few w,*d In.thereby ago coktaSnf the trap making it mac- I Heaeh street Daytona, Fla. I I! Perfertfa j La&dj

: the Democratic Primaries of May 19 collecdon of filth anJ %erm.n.If : Telephone No. 74. Conrad Block, DAIC
for the f
ecwt'Ke: and orfmng a P.ce: ah I
i SATURDAY. APRIL ?..S. 1908 and June 16. The books are open in j] uxholl. ewmine into 'n and j __ _
the several precincts Volusia County ibis condition rL13a in your > : rr n.j tasd/1 s -
----- I( ; ll.SEELYE.A.tt.Physician I
w on Saturdays and Mondays until May learn the true >:*:e of aim
4th inclusive. There are many who and Surgeon. j i
W i;
U I? One copy erne year .._-. ... ..... .. -_. .....f1.51or have not yet registered and it behooves Do not sight i Attorneys
Oat copy six mocUis. :: ::.:: : .:::: -._:: ._._::=:.:::.. .. .....=_. ::.... ..3 them to register at once or they are of the fart thit jour I I Special attention given to Electrical : at_
Ore copy three months:: ... .: : :.. .::::.,., .::,.,,.. . .40 liable to neglect l it. food is prepared in I treatment and Mechanical methods. ![Conrta.Practlclnc nMlot la Crtatasa
127 So. Ridgewood Ave. Hours }} en careful
\white Democrats who ban lived auentloa.j .
l the liuhcn and the :; 8-10:80: and 1.3:3J.. Phone 85. ; for Istealganag and
ADVERTISING RATES.DISPLAY.D'ERTISDlE.'S.. in the State of Florida for one year and o I nf.ad,
T yt utensils! in which it i --
in Volusia County for six month, who I I Ij I I',

: Rate per inch per insertion to regular advertisers...... -__._.............. -lQ cents are at least twenty-one years of age, cit 11t '- 11 j' is prepared depend. f fiv \ r I DK.d.ERAWLINGS: i I III I Ii' j Taaae A.StewartSTEWART E

Rate per inch per insertion for less than three months.............. ......._!? cents stew of the United States, and not die i j -irj j I i-gin, the Mnitary rrangcmcntJ -s tate per Inch per Insertion for single insertion.... _.._...._........__.__30 cents qualified to vote en legal grounds are ". ( t 1 fort I II'
READING NOTICES OR LOCAL entitled to register for the primaries.of t cleanliness, therefore i' Physician <& Surgeon. i Lawyers i*

Rate per line, each insertion___ __._........_._........._...10 con tt' Voters who are over \ i I Ij
z RATES FOR CHURCHES. LODGES. ETC. a.geuld write the Supervisor of Registralinn Mfeguar Japainst: '" j Dr. Bawling'. office over Gille's j Office next door to l Rrt

AH club,society orp.nuUonlod&e! and church notices, other than religious 1 I at DeLand for an exemption u I contamination of : I drug store. Beach street. I J' DeLand, FloridaTITLES

/ services,6 cent per line. Cards of thanks 30 cents each. Resolution 5 tenper u oertilirat: \ and persons liable for poll I I either food or I I

line. Legal advertising at legal rates.GENERAL tax !>h PROVISIONS.No The district i registration officers in this I E. L. STEWART INSt
single charge for display advertising of any kind less than 50 ants icinity Volusia County Abstract
are H* followsDaytopa: T E. j Physician and SurgeonSpecial ,hiw
Good position given every advertisement. An extra charge :2 rents per &rhwtQ The must ccnIn
Fitzgerald; Seabreeze, H. G. Wilson;; i and Title Insurance CoopM]
be made for ads with specified position No special positions given (.n adc attention to diseases of the :(
less Ormond, C. M. Geiger Holly Hill Wm. .:! white, spotlessly I ASstracuPorslsSeda.t '
advertisements ; j way to do this is to employ us to a snowy I Eye Ear Throat and Nose. Office i, 4.
'I Mapa. Plat
for the first ; BIMflied.
accepted : page. WetbrteU, Pr.: Port Orange T. J. clean "itasslW Porcelain: EnanjeTcv Kitchen Sink. You will I and residence No. 101 Magnolia cor-1 I, Bert Fill,t'rest y,
Extra made advertisements : of
charge on display containing an average more I See'r and Treat .
Sparkmxn Any t.f these district registration tier Palmetto telephone 82. elppa sfltlt
than 20 words to the inch. Lichen trouble Bank, JieLaad,
i officers will be allnewwary find! i: a remedy fur : .ItnC"f hours 9 a, m.toap.ru.G ;
glad to give
All Mlle payable on the fret of each month. :
l J _- .- -. .- information as to what to do I j -' .-1 ,

j: :...............N. ..... ..........................= to IF qualify to vote. I' .I! JOE OSBORNE, The Plumber. A. KLOCK D. D. & C. A\ ROGQfij
I I Ise OAT ONCE Physician and Surgeon Civil e Engineers

i j Seabreeze$ and! Daytona Beach I --- .I Special attention given to Dlw.... of f DAY'r03iA sad 'j'.

Ormond. lb Ridgewood. Eye and phone Fitting IX Office Gla...hours.. 139 is-a'So. i Offices |MIAMI I'lL ,

MRS. H. A. BERNARD Editor. : lo J.-ortp._m.eJOto':Ort p. m. I' Daytona Office 'i 1- i

!.......... .... AA...............- .... .... A A AAA! Ormond April 20-Ormond is againj: :NNN..NN.NNN.NNNNN. ...NN.NN.i... D.'no A. FLA. I Eitab6sbe4- (
----- .9YyY9. putting on its summer mood._ Most of
Seabreeze. April The Boosters' Chas. Nettleton who has been viit- its tourists have left. We have had a I .. M.' JOSIE ROGERS M. D. H. A. B RN1\RO\

Qub met at WOmans opera house Monday ing with his aunt. Miss Blakeslee, leaves great many strangers this winter andmany I .. ....
evening at ;:30.T. F. Cordis in the! today for Misoua! Montana where he have promised to return. j & Homeopathic Physician I I0. I solicit subscriptions &D4. -

; chair. Owing to the indisposition of' has accepted a position on railroad c"n- Bliss was the last to leave on the }1tns'l :\ 433: North Beach Street.' i j for the TimesUnix.TIMESUNION '!"<

'' secretary W. W. Wood, John W. W tl-!struction work. day morning train. She was vtrv much I Office Hour?, 12:30 to 2:30 and GOt: ) BUREAU,
llama was appointed acting secretary.'1| Mrs. Thos. Longstreth gave an elegant pleased with our quiet town and intend to 7:30.Telephone i i j Smith A Hitch Real EttatfG&t/ ,'
The main subject of discussion was |! reception at the Country Clubhouse to come back next year. !\I! No. 122. Beach Street "

grading the country road between Sea j I Monday evening. The pier built by the owners of boats j take care ofi
: breeze and Ormond. Commissioner E. J JL. I is nearly completed. Mr. Carleton- I j i i'e
Potter, who was present encouraged doing the work. He intends to build a Daytona Private hospital | DR. BO11ANN0 Sl

I T" the project in every way. There being Daytona Beach, April 22-Mrs. Ctas. house for Miss Ella Foulk at once. i your property and i if and Sanitarium ; Private Sanitarium
sufficient funds subscribed to carry forward Willcox entertained the San Loud Club Tom Sawyer has seat his automobile! Every facility for tbe propertreatm i
the work C. A. Ballough was instructed Wednesday afternoon at her cheerful to Philadelphia and he intends to teat I Electrical and care of appllancca.medical and trained surgical curses'UfO.. For the treatment of aQ

to begin operations at once. home on Seabreeze avenue. The soon. He will drive the machine for f look after tax i quiet urronndlng Bp etl attentionflren )hd.Ieal sal Iarcleal Cuffs.};
The question of sewerage from the regular order of business being first Mr. Hunbritch at Atlantic City this :I your cation.toallpatlenta ZVo.' ..(Recond Term ave, Uajtona.on appli 2} South Beach Street,PbeaS n.;

Clarendon westward was taken up and taken up resulted in the election of the summer. Pbyslclana t'ra.O A. KtjOCK Charge.OSTEOPATH.. and R. HOWE. C. C. BOHANNON. Mf D.*'l'lp

plans perfected to carry out the projectin following officers; I'resident, Mrs. Emma --'- I : assessments for a _

PIf* in cooperation with the council of.Sea Freeman; Vice President, Mrs. Wm. Port I i I Ii I
Orange.Port S. 11. GOVE *
Ronald Secretary Mrs. |
|3 i r breeze during the early part of the sum- ; Bigelow. At

|"|>{i nier. Also the lighting of Ocean boule- the close of the business a study of Orange April :22-Last wee small fee. Ur J. C Hennan. :; Architect Builder anj

Ill vard by the contribution of property Tennyson, as literary program, was carried Perry Williams took a party to St Augustine ki i I I'I graduate under the founder A. T. : Contractor
owners along the boulevard was discussed. out. Roll call was answered by in his launch. They report having Still, Kirksullc. Mo., located on Vol
: C. F. Burgman was appointed quotations, and a paper on the character a delightful trip and a pleasant usia avenue, one door east of Halifax Residence and office, northeast.:
z substitute for W_ 1.. Sonntag during hu and works of the auihor was read by time in the An Tent City. i Journal office. Daytona, Florida,I ner Ridgewood and Voluaia n.S

absence. Mrs. A. D. E>arts, and "Follow the Mr. Havens is having extensive repairs : Phone. 40.DK.. Phone 89. Dajtou

Rev. C. Eo Parsons has accepted an Gleam," selection by Lilian Whiting, made on Ills resident on th f j t ---- I

I invitation to deliver the baccalaureate was read by Mrs. Freeman. The next River Shore. -i i I i CONRAD REAL ESTATE CO. \\ ,\. GO\'E I Halifax Music l House l
meeting will be at the
f Keating casino
sermon to the graduating class of the Contractornman has about compitted .J

a :r-. Seabreeze Beach High School at the 'Daytona which Mr. and will Mrs.be the Copley last of and the two season children Mr. Newton's bungalow, DeAr I''\I?;..........S.......................Ms ............. Dentist George Wray j)
f. Methodist Church May 17th.; JosephVlcite's l beautiful winter home.l j. ': The cheapest place in the Sttu'i
t arr'ed from St. Petersburg last week OtTU-r: Corner 'I
Dr. Andrew Sledd president of the Ridgewood Hall was beautifully dec Pldgcwond and ViHnsli buy Pianos. Pianos to Rent"T*
and are pleasantly located at the home I ti c a is '
Florida State Gainesville orated Thursday for the Church Tea. D.GOQ fog
:. University at of Mrs. Chas. Willson. Repairing and Polishing fcj }
r has accepted: an invitation to be present I Mrs. DuBois: was hostess assisted by A. D. ncBBIDE i, K F. IV.f"IARAD i PHONE 89 ,skilled workman. -<11
Rev. C. E.
I Parson and children .
c and deliver an address at the Commencement I made Mrs. Lufberry and Mrs. Wiese. President >kc Prcf.MERCHANTS. C..wr'' ...,........-- -.-

.,. place at Wilmans'exercises opera which house will May take 19. a a trip brief Mr. and to visit DeLand Mrs.to his Henry Monday family.W. Pollard afternoon entertained on was Easter held in Sunday the morning conmunion and Easter service service I I BANK I I I.... :::::::::::::.T- --- -

f, The in the afternoon. The church
pupils of the school visited the was
Friday afternoon at an informal : I BRAS: or VOITMA rorwrt lUtKi
: zoological most beautifully dpt'oratellith Lilies, Great Stock
garden Monday afternoon fOur
and were highly entertained as veil as, tea, which was quite an elegant little roses and other flowers.F. I Capital Stock..... ............................. .........$ 50,000; Reducing Sale.

instructed by the various exhibits. affair Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Weaver C. Stuart has sold to J. A. Tedder .Surplusau< and Major and Mrs. Donning were the Reducing Sale has been t he most
: successful
lot sale hstl
Miss Alice Godamark will close her a on Duolawton avenne. We hear Four had we W
guests of the occasion. that Mr. per cent interest pail) on Savings accounts and Time Certificates showing that the public must have realized that it was genuine and ft
come, villa Eden, on Valley errs Dr. J. P. Each and family includingMrs. Tedder intends building soon. j of I lk t'pcl'Mt Xo notii-e required} for withdrawals. I they were getting genuine bargains.
Mr. Xeedbam
.- today and leave for an extended visit to one of tbe progressive Don't
:. Esch'tf mother, Mrs. Wright, leave a forget that it will continue until May 2d and
fanners we can ofier al
Denver on Spruce is
and other points in proximity Friday enroute to their home at Huron Creek shipping Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent. : inducement everyday
beans<< to the J
to her former markets.S.
home where business We .
now have
matters require her presence.! Chattanooga Ohio. Mrs. Wright for several will visit weeks.friends at B. Wilson, our popular. assessor, mi.!. G 00 .OOQO..'... three every day and special also a priceS number in embroideries of fine between the hours of tids ,
Mrs. and D. P. Smith, patterns on bargain tablet I
Z Edgar Wells (nee Mattie Sparks) Mr. Hart is his river our equally popular ridiculou-ly low price
bating front lot
of Jacksonville will visit Mrs. Wesley cleared collector, accompanied by Dr. JlcCann, ,. . . . . 'i|
,Herrick and Miss Lund several days preparatory to building a home a prominent citizen of Jacksonville, 5
this week. I Mrs. M. Me Kenny and Miss McKenny, were In town Monday. -if<
j 14 f Ice
of Chattanooga and G. Daytona Company
U. Watson
"i E. E. Stephenson and wife, of Sioux I are Last v.tf'k'hile fishing: ..d_ City, Iowa arrived Monday afternoon recent arrivals at the White House. Fred caught an immense sawfish meadY{
and are pleasantly located at the I'rin- Mrs. T. Nelson Smith the capable tiring eighteen feet with the aw forty- I PURE ICE C Company..N.
: housekeeper at the Seaside Inn, leaves "
two inches.
;- teas: laaena for the week. They are delighted
May 15 for Hun Made from Distilled Water. {
! ? pae, N. H., where she A
with Seabreeze and their May picnic will be held at the Old
present i
will spend the summer. t Factory corner 1 Jail road and Volusia avenne.I .
e location, and regret the six weeks Walter. Diggers is spending Sugar Mill Thursday May '7th.; E\ery-:: e . . o . . .
,pus tkey spent In Cuba and southern MISMSsippL body iD\"ited. All candidates will be .
on the beach. visiting at the home i
furnished "stumps" on which to speak! .............. LADIES' HATTERS J
i of his mother, Mrs. Buckner. 1111111/11/11 ... .I/11.I......tltltl.l.|.|.
; The foundation work will begin ont and they are urged to be present and Have : Correct .in
I E. 1:. Johnson, the your pictures framed at Lesesnes. The : Styles.
contractor spent most
t Dr. Bigelow's cottage on North llrhfax preset their claims to the large numberof : attention to Fitti.t
I Monday transacting busine in Palatka. complete plant in tIll' So U South Beach
{ avenue L. voters who will be" eity. Large line of mouldings. : .... Street, Daytona.
today. Z. Burdick has the present. Thee ..........N......
: Miss Edick, who has spent most of th ..... ..
'contract. I Ladies: Aid Society of the Methodist : See Lesesne at "THE KODAK PLACE" : .....
I. Mrs L. C. Weatherby is improving winter in Seabreeze, has taken rooms in Church is back of the movement, and *
slowly one of E. E. Johnson's cottages.Mr. I: Beach Street, 2 doors North of .:Ird Avenue.
from an attack, of sickness, will be in charge cof all refreshment 111.1.1s1s1I1I1 1s1I1s1I1s1. ...... : i
and Mrs. 1Branrh: spent stamN. 1I1 ............1
which information will be welcome :

her many rinds. newsto in Wednesday the bustling and town Thursday of Hastings of last, guests week 11*I ************************* ********. .. ... *..*..f Norman S.

1 There will quite an exodus of wintercottagers of Mr. and Mrs. Jackson McCullou h. Holly Hill. i : THE MORGAN CORNER: VOLUSIA ANDPALMETTO a Dayton
the week
during of
e1 '
many AV1 ,
Mr. and Mrs. 11. A. Randall and 1UIS. .
whom have so kindly identified their daughter, Miss Gertrude, arrived from Holly Hill, April :1 2-Mrs. W. II. !II An elegant new house with Steam Beat Electric Lights Bath, 3
interests in our community that we are Heath, who is Matron :: Ilumbing Pleasant Surroundings Within Sanitary Plans
. St. Petersburg "last week, and will finish worthy of Lice three minutes walk of tll" EstimatesSuperintendence
loth to see them go. Among the number Oak I r dfHt| |Iwrstothcr, stores and chunhes. One block from ,
e their season at Daytona Beach. Theyare Chapter No. 5, 0. 11: S., spent the : Ferry and Iivt-r! ,
are Miss S. E. Russell, sister, Mrs.Baker located at the E. E. Johnson cement for/part of the week in Daytona in close S MRS. B. P. SMITH Proprietress.
and brother, Henry Russell; Mr. residence. attendance at the Grand Lode se sionll"f r J

, t ana Airs rarrell. mother and little Miss Maude Strother is expected home being held there. Seral other- of our- I I I ........Yli lttlxi Y3i..llYlla-YIlYMIt. .. .. .. .. .. ..y....-T. ..T.. .".'" ....-._... .-- .. -- -- .,
1: daughter; Edward Case and sister Miss I --- -
citizens 1
have been
next week which" is of devoting much time :,
a matter lumber
congrat- Yard
Case, who have been guests of The Glen- to the .| If to Magnolia Avenue
t lation to her many friends. game object. < you expect fsd F. E. r. IlailYill.
wood all winter and the former of MLa Minnie Bennett, of IJt>und C. Roy Miller and his: grandmother. I Real )Estate:: ol1il.'t', let door south
whom wthe. j I Party Fares ofrpostoffice.. V ll ED-

i- Clyde Britton Case regularly and family spends; his Miss. winters Margaret here; guest pleasant of Miss party Dullie from Sours Deland this week.A consisting .. Johns Mr. King river, drove Sunday to BlutTton returning on Tuesday the t'l!;!Build a Cottage and 1tONDSOX rf1tidt>nrt, Manager>. Oaytona, FJa. Phones at office, rard

who has been visiting with' her afterrnx'u. i'
V of Mrs. Clarence Htuen and ,
: relatives at The Glenwood and returns children, Mrs. Thus. Wetherell and R. 11 Lyle Fur purtint (>If ten (l HI()) or iii .
l Harry Hasen,Miss Watts, came I tiav- .. ... ...
to her home at Spartansburg, S. C. Residence Hotel cling ... ... '
t'cetllt"rIJ .
, The Mrs. Juliv Rum dale and little son, are down from Tomoka Saturday afternoonto : 01' come) our ticket Iwo ('.') ..... .' 'fn 'J..w..M --YritiYrti ...
"/ at the regular Easter service was held in the Stillman cottage, and are greatly spend Sunday with their families. and! examing our stock of I rent: [XT mile |lif'f copies, inlniiniifn p p-r : .wnwn.'W..nft1wiitWt
F Congregational Church Sunday One of the pleasan teat' ( capita farr fiftcrn U IA) cc-nb.
' enjoying the sea events of the
bathing. ;
l afternoon with a good attendance and ian J Mrs. Ithienhardt and friend arrived i I week was the stereopticon entertainment Furniture and HouseFurnishings. I These rates t arc open to tar |>ul.lir uu\\ : Miller=Strohm Co. .
acceptable Dr. March.A f I
sermon by apply between .
t I I I from DeLand Monday and will !spend a given at the school house. Tuesday any p..iolou tl.e.AtUutlr
Eve"vocal solo by Miss L. Blake, 'Easterp {I month on the beach. evening, by County Superintendentof ; Coast l4iiMi. A. V.1lu1ur. Ilil I-I I,,|, :I
p I -Gounod was impressively rendered Pa>n< fiT Af-rit.. J. Successors
O. A.
I The meeting for the nomination of Botts. Mr. Bolts has : ; and much enjoyed by those pres.|'I town, officials as announced last week a very nice selection of dews and gibes "'ll PECK
I "eat. Miss Blake is want to convinceyouthat ]' & FOSTER.
an i'
unusually gifted
was held at home of A. S. Harroum, an interesting description of place* and :....6.. ..6......
1 I
singer, and a guest of The Mayfield. events our prices are right. ... ,
r j r rather than the city hall as stated by connected therew ith. The enter- I
A caucus meeting was held at the' error. tainment is along educational lines and F mil7GroCeI'Je.

k S city hall Saturday evening for the purpose At a meeting held at the city hall Air. Hotts intends to make it a featureof i s I For Sale tap. I I
of nominating officers & : ,
municipal the Bingham CO.
t for the coming election May 19th. The j!I;I made.\pril:S:!Mayor the following, Geo. P.nominations Johnson; Councilmen were Mrs( county C. R. Simondj work in the of future Jacksonville, Maley j I i Grain fancy

following E. L. ticket was made up: Mayor, J. C. Butler. W. 11. .Freeman spent Saturday and Sunday here with Enterprise SlficoptUan, and FoodWttfKftfmviWWWM'NtttM
Potter; Councilmen A. I. Miller E. L. I relatives. After &.brief visit In : With Mm j f ?
H. Q. Wilson Clerk and Assessor ; Clerk and .Assessor C.A. Daytonashe FURNITURE UNDERTAKING UUMl I light. Its ALL IN .. l'roc.Ju'E' 1'rodtlctMM1'1MMMNVMY
' C. BuckJand Treasurer H. Kenney; Treasurer. Lawrence Thompson will return to this place for a inureprolonged t \ .-", Ii.. J"' !YI...".,......,.... TH&HltCaa...
; J. B. Bunch; ; Marshal and Collector. Clark G. I stay. -- .M..itt1\.itt1\\ \ .. *
Collector. John W. Williams; Marshal'A. Smith. Pklllip E. R.1..o.. ArckiUct, : Mlir. \\* AIOMIK! lhi, := : !*
H. .
Heath it i i. said, has purchasedthe I \\'hd.l.| ,. _
.T. Simms. An buildings on the Wilkinson l lot from' .. :.. Nation* '''un.)li.Bid tiVlnttr .'i. I.i (fdl, \'1"I', | |,,y. 'Ital( '. Our only place of business ;;;;j'1'
Miss Kelley will give a farewell party | intimate knowledge of the building Mrs. H. W. .s \ llooir. urt-n. r
Palmer and will .nvn Hint t. dress below io
where carry
l we
to the guests of the Elmira cottage: interests of this 1000&Iit.'i11. rate rl'mo\'el .; In Kl.irl.l... rtpfvltniii/ *
them to his recently Hun".I. alarretupply of Engines,
purchased lot in the l'f'IIII.lrll1 (f..r ..,,, ,
_. II ,
Thursday evening. The program is not I' you many annoyances, and perhaps extra next block south.: 1' Trup..1 1'allo II 0",. lllllf'IIll' Saw shits, Edgers, Planers: -d S f-
fully made up but an auction sale another d costs. Let us advise with you. It ---- .., .ardel. \V. P II !I.lllll f ; machines, Threshers, in fact JI

mirth provoking device will p I I costs you nothing. Norman S. Dayton For first class \ Dattoua Steam. 0..." .". Working Machinery SaT whit, fI

pus the evening pleasantly. J j Daytona. tf Laundry, phone &, tf I "I.".cn'.Jo."11.. N.*. Kiniriim: |I'|I. j .. and want.Sup We' hies.can supply Write you ill and *"

..............Mf.ftttff| I .MAU"\' you moaey.

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silver and IJbbey cut 1
glace -----

: arc gr8ph&i13 I stand for wedGorham for quality g presenta-these,A beautiful assort!I GRAND LODGE

: -:: ................* I ment Mr.of both. Ceo. H. dark, Jeweler. EASTERN STARt Daytona's Electric Plant Destroyed By Fire. : f

o too early to have that present and Mrs. L. Gill, of Jacksonville, .

for the "Graduate" watches, I were guests of Daytona friends this > fc
.W chains and bea week.I Loss About $100,000 With Insurance
= I In silver are always appro- I A. Foye has moved into the house

AD! goods engraved tree Prices ? Ridrewood avenue, recently Deletttes In v -

rd always have been right. I by him. purchased Attendance.The .-:. '.. ', .:j(" ..,;: fir? ,

ROWE & CO. The Jewelers. : ; .t pY
: 4.'f.t. v
r B N. / '
I fourth t
I Dunn Bros. Red annual y.pk ...
Hot Removal session of the ... \ .
Sale W.':<- '" .
!.rii'usual municipal election at DaytasBeach of crockery, glassware and (lamps is now Order of Eastern Star in convention at .tl-.ft"'f.: : :J.. L t :., + .Y+.7!?- ..3

wilt( be held next Saturday: r in full blast. this city, April 20, 21 and 22. held its i ;
.> I final 1 : .
session :
.? .,- Louise Foote was the guest. of Drew Bennett Wednesday evening at + :
ujfl left Monday for Atlantic which time the following officers ",-1.. ,-.s: .=il '.. ... ,: .' ...... :
Bond, at Lake Helen, O"t"rfllldP. City, N. J. were I .
H-g.M. here he will remain I elected: ? .::< :{!" : -1'
for the summer. i .. ..... .: : .
Grand Matron, Mrs. J. Grether : 7.... ... .".) :I'--". "
Jack- .. ". "
tit.Mjg;B.P.Smith returned last Satur.1it At a meeting vf the.Halifax Rifles sonville. t! .. :"' ,..7'...., -:. .I.. : # I .' ,

# Jacksonville, where she had held Tuesday evening E. M. Rich was Grand Patron-(;po. M. Robbins, ; : .
f tinting friends elected second lieutenant. Titus.ilIe.Associate. \J : :
Sale at Dunn Bros..-lamps Rexall Red Matron Mrs. O. D. Bruce : .
\". al Cedar
", l vsdtLie Flakes, as a preventative Tampa. .. .. trc3
at 20 per cent discount against moths, at -
.. Young's Associate
Patron-H. ,
Pharmacy.Mr. W. Davis St.
--if'J; jfe.sa4Urs.C.1 c. Mellor and son, Augustine. ;
departed Tuesday for their and Mrs. Walter Burgess Grand / -
: Iltlar, and Mr. Secretary Mrs. A. H. Carter,
-per home in Pittaburc. and Mrs. Cohn drove over from DeLand Holly Hfll. I

&B. Botchkiss and family closed Wednesday, returning Thursday, Grand Trt'asurerIrs M. S. Weeks, I'' j jI ji

110m, at Sih'er.ach.. Saturdayg4ipattedfor Rodney K. Clark left .Wednesday for Pensacola. .

:; I their northern home. North Edgecombe, Maine, after spend- Grand Conductor Mrs. Franz, Jack-

.3 1-;a perfumes in great variety at ing the winter at the Wayside Inn.. somille.Grand ', .,.
Conducing Mrs. ;e r
.flag's Pharmacy.J Meet me at Curtis' and keep cool Mary E. Robbins, TitusvilK ,

:BHHPM Goodall. who owns the mag- at the Popular Fountain.In Adah-Mrs. Fowler-Pensacola.! I y s .

*isceet property on the peninsula oppoi another column appears the an- Ruth-Mrs. R B. Head, Key West. I =+tMa,-' ;I

lblJtytona, left this week for his homeiltaford nouncement of Esther: -Mrs. Masters. JJiami. I 1
Bedford Jones
of De- ;
-Mrs. Reed Eustis.Elect. .
r Maine. Leon Springs, a candidate for the office
*-Mrs. J. B Conrad. (-nwood.
the Chas. E. Gardiner Co., for os Sheriff.
t.:*Go to
McCarthy,New Smyrna
".:,_alto nets.e Mrs. Etla H.
and her Sentinel
J daughter, -Mr. Savage, EU!tis.
/Ul.; and Mrs. ('. J. Doyle, after a Miss Mayroe, expect to leave Tuesday Organist Mrs. Heath, Holly Hill.

"' I" bhssttt winter in their home on Ridge- for Meadville, Pa., where they will Marshal-Mrs. M. II. Carter Holly ,,o +r z ,

C-: mpael l, n 1eft.lor Coney Island, New spend the summer. Hill

:r Tort,for the summer. *Wanted-A bright boy from 12 to Chaplain-Mrs.. M. I.. Campbell, Mel-
.. bourne. 41.
I*Bceeived another full line of toilet 15 years of age. Must write a fair hand,
Hankins, The Druggist. b3 polite and industrious. Xo cigaret The local chapter, Live Oak ChapterNo. .

IueL smoker need apply. H. S. Miller. 5, entertained the Grand Chapter .
o'ItaadMrs.E. R. Bradford closed and visiting delegates with carriage
P'tfcdr' whiter home on Fairview avenue W. A. Anderson left Wednesday for drives through fair Daytona and its TilE ADAM SCI1ANTZ ELECTRIC JJGHT/1 LILY WATER AND ICE PLANT d f

} ,;IBU wbere they will, as usual, spend theY the fall and will open a photographic Tne visitors expressed themselves after midnight the Adam Schantz Bath, j heroic efforts the freight depot of the In The
t ..- pamet' gallery in the Peck building over much pleased with the hospitality extended Electric and Lily Water Plant was d :!- ![I Florida East Coast Railway was saved Spring,

; Young'sl'harmacy.Gull them coved in flames and two hours later i although it afire several times A V
f were highly pleased; | was "
,. JMt aw at CurtU' and keep saint when the robins nest again you may b*
= Fountain. Refining Co., phone 70, kerosene. with their accomodations at the pleas nothing remained but am"i jd! dii.ig |: box car on theidctrack was badly '_r looking for new quarters to move into and s
p; it ths Popular gasolene, cylinder and machineryoils. ant Despland. ashes and ruined machinery I f : burned. The ,greatest danger however, 'i1" we can help you with profitable advlcr. Y

p yea Whitmore) has closed the Day. Office and warehouse at Daytona Monday evening at the Hotel Des Th. plant, which was probablj b fine I I was from the gasolene and oil tanks of We have the choicest property In Sea ,
y breeze both for sale and to rent, as well as
-joBa Apartment House for,the season Novelty Works, E. Dillingham, Agent.I. pland the officers of the Grand Lodge as ever possessed by a city the size of I I J, the Standard Oil Company, which are cozy apartment, suburban cottage _driver
,,;.tW\IadSuDd&3' for jew york ac All received the delegates, visiting membersand Daytona, was valued at about 100000. '. located about 300 feet north of where fronts. Drop in and consult us whea i'
M. Mabbette '
)i slisbd by Mesdames FxJward HallInquire of Holly I has the local lodge. About 150 delegates It was protected by insurance to the I' the electric plant sto nl. A coal shed you are ready to buy or rent. -

:jJt4 Dlrnehard- leased will conduct The Breakers, at keajreeze, and were expected, quite a large number extent of S 'OOOO, the policies being stood between the burning building find I A. I. MILLER\ Resident Art

of that popularjytwtelry this of whom were' present, as well as a equally divided between the agencies of the tanks and it was only by strenuous 3 i
launches for sale.
_: The
summer. advertisement of the
good attendance of local members and the Conrad Real Estate Company and efforts on the part of citui'us that the .
t W..A.Barker, Ormond. tf Breakers appears In our advertising ('01- visitors. A delightful evening was enjoyed Bingham &: Thompson. fire was kept from communicating to i REAL ESTATE. .

.n.: Dr.Addison O'Neill, who has been lo- umns..So in the pleasant rooms of the Des- The cause of the fire is: unknown the gasolene and oil tanks. I co.nw ,Acc.. Ocean Boulevard SEABREEZE. FLA.

itidon Volusia avenue during the charge for preliminary plans and pland, where friends met friends, in renewal although It is presumed to have been The house occupied by General Manager -

;'4; htcr,wiB leave for Rid wood, N. J., estimates; supervision of work at actual of the tie that binds. Refreshments of incendiary origin. Adam Schantz Gunn was also destroyed. Some of

: i jsrt Monday for the summer. He will cost. Norman S. Dayton, Daytona. tf of fruit punch and rakes were arrived from his home at Dayton, the furniture was paved but most of it .t1 J1 OrderThatSpringSuitNowfrom -

matin to Daytona In November. served. Ohio, on the evening train which was was badly damaged in taking& it from t (
,- A meeting of the fruit and truck > i 4 our custom tailoring tleart.IU 1
l ar related and did not anise until eleven the house. Mr. Gunn had no insurance
4:.MUedved. another full line of toilet growers was held at the City Hall Tues- --- o'clotk.: General Superintendent E. I* on his household furniture; but the 1 II'" xnent. Then you can hare it mad
_al. HankLns, The Druggist. with attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. F. Trout left I last .
day evening, a large I house the want It-from
junn met him at the railroad ftation which was owned by the Schantz way you
e' week for their home Grand ... '
summer in ., .
l.-Ga r show still continues to beJ.1 Tuesday evening of next week a permanent Mich. and after a short stop at the plant both C'tate'as insured for $750.; Mr. Schantzis r*f.1 IM cloth of your own selection and a

ll patronised, notwithstanding that organization will be effectedand Rapids proceeded to Schmidt's Villa, where undecided about rebuilding.The style design of your own chooaiaft. w

fttsnuner. season is at hand. This attl -I officers elected. Dr. Houghton, dentist, west end of I Jr. Gunn remained a short time and returned I I destruction of this magnificent ;;

-, i IIIaa dwW the summer months is tAm ready to contract at low price South Bridge, Peck Block, phone 32. tf home. Just as he was about to plant is a loss to Daytona greater than J x We can furnish you for 925 to$40

".W ftIIdeDb and summer visitors for preparing wild land for planting, by Grover M. Allen, of Oak Hill one of get into bed he looked out of the I II I most persons can realize. the best tailored-to-meaaurs suit ...

.tlpptecfate.. reason of my experience and superior the candidates for sheriff, was in Daytona I window of his home, which adjoined the ;I Mr. Schantz desires through the Ga '.
.'.;;-r. 'from the equipment, including stump pulling ma- Thursday. plant, and saw flames shooting from the I I zette-News to extend his thanks to tt you -
RRsltseexyto.get; away ..
t 1JIN1. .Just ask to the .SoEasy"tptfus chinery. C. S. RIEMAN, Box 3G2. bath department. At the same time i I those who so kindly lent their aid and I manship and Quality unsurpassed
T see *"Blark and j"-Cigars-worth 10 his brother, George Gunn, who was at I assistance at the fire and by their heroic 41; -because made to fit your individual .
mountings. Miss Florida Hankins of Bartow, was
cents-sell! for a nickel. the time in charge of the plant, discovered Co.
work saved the coal sheds and prevented v form by EeL V. Price & 4
H. Clark W. MaxwellHankins i
Neville Optician. the guest of her brother, Youn .
over Sunday. Mr. Hankins Pharmacy.Mr. the fire and sounded the alarm. the fire from spreading to other prop ,, C ,;' ,7 the House of Over Thousand
Jsjsjflltf. winter residents When the chemical engines arrived I erty. Mr. Gunn also desires to expresshis '' oo-: 'J "
returned to Bartow with her Monday, and Mr?. Jas. Laughlin 3rd, and i Tailor.
on were J. B. Moore I the fire had progressed so far that it thanks to t.hose'bo assisted in caving :a
Louise Foote drove to St
Miss Augustine -
: where he remained all week looking i
Mr. Moore goes to Kansas I and will return today. was impossible to stay its progress, but :' his household furniture.
.Utp, while the balance of after business interests.Don't yesterday .. Their beautiful line of 50O fabric
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: direct to their summer I fail to take advantage of the Commencing May 1st, the merchantsof C. A. Clegg Killed. I MASONIC DIRECTORY. ;e for Spring and Summer shomi

Conn. in everythingin Daytona will, as has been their custom I II t here exclusively by us offera aa
offering .
I bargains we are HALIFAX I.OIXJK. No. iii F. A MMeets t ,
.,$/ + A letter received R. I :Smith; last
*Beaufort Ginger Ale at Young's the. dry goods line during our sale. for some years, close Thursday afternoon by I Ut and 3rd: Tbur..Jay admirable range for selection,old
to allow all to have their Thursday -I week from Mrs. C. A. Clegg conveyed .\ rilAPTRK. No. J, K. A. M.- ,'s '
Peck-Hendricks Company.The I Ml"etrIel: Thursday.ORIKNTALPOMMANnEKY. their original fashion plates suggest
I the startling news that Mr. Clegg was
,d .'f' half holiday. : *;o ",K. T. :.a for the ben
NH.&MBler has severed his connection announcement of that sterling run down by the Atlantic City expressat I -Merts 4th Thursday a. mlU1J'Dovelldeaa

_. .,SIiller-Strohm: Company d Democrat, R. D. Brooke, for the posi- i *Don't forget our Sttx'k Reducing;Sale Magnolia, N. J., and instantly: killed. I.IVKOAK Meets-lul and t'HAPTKK lib Tuesdays: ., !No. i, U K.: N.- It ef it of particular dressers.

dftopea grocery store in the Ander- tion of County Commissioner from the : continues until May 2d. Every day Mr. and Mrs. Clegg& had only left Daytona All met-tlii Masonic Hall Orange avenue. .

1N1Jd1DJ. Mr. Miller was In Jack.: Osteen district appears in today's paper. new attractions are offered.PeckHendricks. a few days before the accident and I Come in early-before everybodyelse

:.|.-t t fs.Ifs this week buying his stock and Mr. Brooke has made an efficient officer Company. presumably had not reached their ho feat and ia dressed up-and see fabrics
e t be for business next Haines Falls, N. Y., when the accident P. B. DOBBINS IuknSl t h. '
iplets to ready \ and will no doubt be returned. C. B. Hatch, a special agent of the Nos. 4404.L. 4388K. 4308J.
... : of Commerce! and Labor, occurred." No particular are I, General repairing, key fitting saw fil- .. 4320 4276 HH and atyla de* f fd
Department -- w a oa d
." Automobile for Hire, by the day, given as to how the unfortuiwilf man ing. Trunks, valises, umbrellas and
{J ws art making special bargains In hour trip. W. W. AhercrombieWay- was in Daytona Thursday investigatingthe met his death. V I! parasols repaired and recovered I.awn F, :..;.io.i r..i.HT. signs 485 493 and 491.TkiV.i.v. .. i i,
i b laens and bed spreads. or timber supply of Volusia Countyin r r i mowers repaired and sharpened Badges, Pri..li (;.,..).."._.
,napkin 149. U : tell to take meaaure.
Co. side Inn, Myrtle avenue, phone conduction with getting statistics Mr. Clegg was the owner of the l't'lerS1: Checks and tags. Rubber stamps and ; us your I iI i
The Chas. E. Gardiner and I official seals. 'J2S South Reach Street. ;
property on Ridgewood avenue, a ANTHONY BROTHERS
J. C. Powers, who with his family about the timber of the Southern States. I .
!&F. Smith, of New Smyrna. candi- few days before leaving here had bought Daytona, 1-lo. 1

*fltefreekctiontothe' office of col- has occupied the house on Ridgewoodavenue leftlast fA good horse, wagon and cart for considerable other property on Ridge-' --- .

...aid s. B. Wilson, of DeL nd, j purchased for their by home G In Av Indianaj F ye. >olis. sale cheap. Enquire of Mrs. Hasty, wood avenue. His sudden death was a i i- :;:;>%; We Present :|:5J;:
for re-election to the office of their Ponce Park. Ha. tf shock to all. I LOW TIDES on the BEACH J
They drove" to St. Augustine in i 1-- __ .
r.'weri: hands In Daytona Tuesday machine, going from there by rail. Bert FNh, of DeLand, announces: KB -- -- Da.t I FEIS MARCH I APRIL "A GALAXYOF
with their numerons I )\.th
or candidacy today for the office of CouaRy .. Card of Thanks. -
f Phone 28 and we will call for your Prosecutor and J. W. Perkins announcesfor .l..12:4. 'S. I. : Y "

)JOt;.a AND AVENUE LOTS cleaning white and workmen pressing.exclushely.All work done Criminal Court Judge.Volusia Both partiesare crre'apprf't'iat.ioll In.this way I wish to to t.hoho express my gave bin- : ::.. 3.l.... :. ;: :,::: :::If:: :::)'!::: r: :.. ,8011 t STARS.

| BALE NEAR COUNTRY CLUB by too well known in County I ... 4... ... ;JUL... :!.-I3..I... 3..m... -
Tailor. : -
8 O. S. Burnett, I I from Ga- such kind assistance' in my recent allhc- I .;..,.:.
,! H..L. K SEABREEZE tf to need an introduction the 411.

4-f' fetid lira. N. B. Wheeler and The Easter services Sunday were as zette-News. tion to and you berea\ment.all for your sympathy I am my shownin grateful j ::: ::: ::: : ::: ::: tTI:}:: 6:00.5:10.i: ::: ,

"g Waafht rs, the Misses FlorencevaB usual made beautifully attractive at all .The beauty of the thing is we ran so many ways. HORACE HTLI.. I .. : ... .OJ." ')..'.'''I... (',:.t."-,... I we are pleased to announce that He have in our store ready
.. Wheeler, returned the latter the churches by floral decorations? more and make clothes right herein ...3..3:5.L. ... 1:30.;: ..'... .;5.i... I for you to examine, a line of the famous Star-s*Star Sloes
cut fit your .. ... .:30... ... 8 ;;)... made
J Kt ( and specially prepared :
kit week from Grove City, or less elaborate, Daytona. O. S. Burnett Tailor. I
.. ... //:30.: .. ... 91...
r Y. :' +!they spent the winter. They musical programs as well aspeclally\ Has Been Misunderstood.It .. : ... 9:30.: .. ...10.43... byThe;
;, ',**(, aeoinpanled by Mr. Wheeler's prepared discourses appropriate to the The burning of the electric light plant has been generally understood that ...13.,11.00..00..11:5.. .. BROWN SHOE CO. :
I has put the Gator moving picture show I ...11..11:43..11:10..11:50.I : ..
_,.t day. out of business for a few days. Manager, the Daytona-Del-and road wa ordered: ...1;;... ...12:2': ;... ...II : ... ...12:30.: .. "
%l Mr advertisement in this issue *We will secure for you bottom priceson telegraphed a closed by the County Conuniasioners at ...ltL... 1:00... ...12:25....... 1:05.: .. OF ST. LOUIS, no.
rial building materials.No Hobbs, however, has the request of W. C. Cannons the constructing ...1;....... 1:33....... 1:01........ 11:;... I
: onbroldery sale. lumber and other calcium light and expects to be ojyh for In statement to I' ...15........2.07... ... 1:31... ", 225...
T Peck-Heidrlcks Company. one receives grafts on your purchase business again tonight. The films for contractor. a ... ....... 2-I.i.: ...... 2:15... ... 3:00.: .. Our White Hou e Shoes for men and women, and Buster Brown

maxtiThornton Norman S. Dayton, Daytona tf tonight are-"New Way of Paying the Gazette-News, however, Mr. Cannons -, ...:''0... ... 3:15.: ...... 2:49..."... 3:4.i.: .. I flue! Ribbon: Shoes for boys and girls l lead all others in style, comfort
of Ormond of that such not the ,
; one stated was case/ 3:5.: : :
r >es for Representative in the Application will be made to the City : Debts" "My Watch" "Rival U Slow Barbers", "Suspic-and and that he had no objection to the ::: t: ::: 4:35.::: ::: t :::C 1 :.:: '! and wearing quality. :Star-.VStar Shoes captured the only Dot ,

t = 5*?Boast of the Legislature, was in Council on Monday evening next for a ious Husband, road being used. The closing of this I : : ) : ; I m GiuM' PKIZL at the WRII,'+ FAIR in St. Ixiuis and received the 3
Island." ...2..... ... .. 5.jl.: .. ... 7-13..,
Tuesday. Mr. Thornton is .franchise..--" to make an amusement park "Treasure road has caused untold hardship top 6:0.1.: 650.: .. ... 8:50... G"...> Mn>\i at the J"H..rlw; \ Exii>5in.>\. They are "The Nations f

i*very extensive canvas of the of the City Island, on which the library Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Perkins and child persons in the habit of frequenting it, ..25..7.. : ....... 8:00.: .. ... 9:50... IW-that] j is the opinion of the Judges. That is also] the verdict cl
Id wherever he goes creates a building now stands. It is stated that Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Austin and and especially to I persons in the interiorof : ... ... 9:10.: .. ...10-1': ;...
and the tram l of the] millions who
[ in- ... : ... ...0:13..11:36... I .Tllry wear. d
tarocthl will in no way arrived here the habit of
Impression. proposed plans of Daytona, yesterday the State are in
the child ,

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fWgasolene terfere with the library, only beautifying after cruising liesurely down the spending the summer: months on the ...30......................12:00... ... 1:05.: .. ; We Want Your Judgment.
> stove don't work its surroundings. coast. Each of the gentlemen has a beach. There has been so much dis.-at- ...31......................12-19... ...... .......
P a card to W. G. Hobbs, Box
for and they have been keeping isfaction expressed over the closing of --- -- -- -
*d4 in embroideries launch, Forenoon and afternoon tides are Fur "sale by
send to fix It. bargains approximately
a man The
Special Don't fail t.o look close together on the way of the road that it is very probable that at the same hour. Automobiles !
Fk.MdMMT. A. Snider departed two weeks only. Chas. .: Gardiner Co. trip has proved a great pleasure to them the Board of Connty Commissionersnext can be driven on the brach two, THE PECK-HENDRICKS I COMPANY. !

r for their summer home in Cin"Mr. them over. The and their wives. Mr. and Mm. Perkins month w ill again declare it opento hours after high tide and within two. I .,,
I pastor of in Miami a few days, while travel hours of high tide.
Snider is the famous Rev. Howard B. Gibbons, will remain I -
> rfacturer, and while he hast First Baptist Church of this: city, has Mr and Mrs. Austin will cruise southward I
Hobe invitation to preach the as far as Knights Key, after which i i
winter home at
J f&aytooa! seems to be his pref- laureate sermon to the graduation both parties will return home.-Miami .Th.B; k-bthS;; ; : 'I II
School May (Sunday.) i
l tt. ,*winter residence. class of the Apopka High '. News-Record r
tfI The same evening Dr. u. r.Sbnia Norman S. Dayton !i
I** tt Curtis' and keep fool the CongregationalChuth.Spreach &; Installed.
tftpular Fountain. ![ the baccalaureate Officers SEABREEZfi, FLORIDA. I

,ditch, of West Palm Beach, sermon to High the graduation School. class erf the Oriental The following Commandery appointive, No. V officers,! Knights of Will be opened June 1 under the management of I. M. MAI F ETTE. I REAL ESTATE.I .
the position as manager Daytona installed Thursday een

Brothers' store In this city, .For S.Ie-As I am now traveling and Templar were The huu e will be conduct-d on a highrr plane than ever before, thoroughly I

. ftt by the resignation of H. B. wish to locate nearer the fencer of my I ing.S.& W.-W. E. Ballough. renovated and refurnished. Rooms single or ensuite, with or ithout, I of pioperty.. l 1st door south of poo!>toffire.1 W. H. ED-
all or
t Mr. Yarborough expects territory, I offer at a low figure ; j. W.-D. H. Rutter. private bathFine fishing and the best serf bathing in the world. t MON O-OX:; Manager, Daytona Fla. Plans, Estimates and

>*0ttt the first of May for the part of my property comprising i Prel.-Jas. CarnelLSw. : :Superintendence. Lumber yard, Magnolia Avenue and
any .
Washington he will lot on Bay SEA roOD A .SPECIALTY. A TRIAL SOLICITED.
14 where dwelling, 1 store, 1 corner business, B.-Chas. Kost. I F. K:, C Railway: Thongs office, yard and residence.
taiage in the practice of law. and Beach streets, suitable nine acre St. B.-Jacob EspedahlW. [ Rates: $1.00 per day and upward, according to Kvaticu of rooms ZN t ;

I thai'g e sy tad quality that's hotel or opera real house estate and man a or J. F_ .-T. E. Fitzgerald.P. Ballough. ........... ............... ........................ I I. 'ra
testa made rgbt here In Day- farm; see any t.fo SeIlt.-Geo. !

Burnett, the Tailor. 1 Ruth, owner. --



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[ CaD For Democratic Primary. fee co-try eocrl: '! )-sin DeWad. FQR I II hereby ondidacy for hake thIs mtibod ofyoti J''
i the of Volusia County: I aJ1DJUDCe.1DJ'
& d"Lj;; :; 'il 1 I Li aetordaace with the cafl of the tana Florida and and de jwMichr t Are w-at-raadidates turf_!' the hare re-I I'' have decided to spin become a candidate nomination to a second torn of office iState's ot.Yoistda qtrtorthei
.t awf for the 7lk eeCrimmat
i Companyfu | Deaiocrtuc: : Exee tdve Committee of been nominated by majority TOte for', for the office of Tax and Collector respectfully Attorney circuit 'of, fa Florida subject to> the Corst,4 ridlo
the primaries judicial
tie State of FVuida, made at a Beet-: each county oWce. and in hat such,. approaehicj
i: of said Cocn-iuee. held ;in tie City second wUl have to beheld solicit your votes and support. Democratic Primaries to be beid May the action
'- ACTt."ft6 OF i! ; cases a primary this trusted with the administration mattes to be held May 19 aad
in capacity 1a
: of JackxasTiCe! Florida, oo the 11th and to transact such ether banness I have served you 19. tOO!. If again
and believe that kaow. dge of this most important Should you bcoor tale with ro
day cf Feta.a.7,190S. the DesiotriticEierutiTe before it. before, my
;.; ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER ..... ** :1 Cot : iaee fJfCoo:1tT' a? hall W. come 5 TH.KYER. Chairman. i office by the people. I will, as I bare I shall endeavor to discharge the .
: : t
Z PINE AND CYPRESS -r' r ex-ere of the office satiif artoril '
: duty y to aJL
Ftoida;. at a zxe. zi bid in DeLasd. G.. \\ FISHER Secretary : always striven to do. perform my
.1, Fkrida, ca Taesdaj, March :24ta. 190S.da .. to serve you satisfactorily than a new impartially and fearlessly, for the best Respectfully J. W. PEfiKat,

: Lath. Ceiling Brick Lime rate ati fcerefcy issae tie foilovisgr irdcttriei ran. or one net: famJiar interests of the State-
Shingles, Flooring ,r call for a D =xxrriuc Prisury Cection. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. with the work of the 'Sc! *. JOBS C.10.1'FS. FOR COUNTY JUDGE ,

and Tartt: Eats C..t : to-wi1 Very: rfspertfuily yours State's Attorney 7th Court. I take this method of itf ormk
; ; and Cement in tOCA. iuj r sad oraete ATOO ruder<< tilt bd will atp ar tt. annocnretthent. b. P. 5mTil
E=e-tic.o win bebrad of
Tie said Pnicary of eandaatee :01" :one Tartoa.tat. CIRCUIT COURT.To voters VolusiaiCouaty that TTam; !
RILL ZJG4 KID, Ata:7e Coset Lu Poy..At m1a eocUl a;ackl'7T": 4 ; at the legal poOizg places in each and Count oz**-. FOR CLERK OF Co- candidate for re-eeetica to the 1liet 2i
1 ,, S Bnae1a Got 1 'P' E.C. BT : ejection. diftnet :n Volusa County.dziZz The charge Jor tssertloa of asnouac- FOR TAX COLLECTOR. Democratic Voters of Volusia County Judge, subject to the
eta: EraO actxs
e amatY Ga the tf
n" areover. Cer
! tiie tocrsfixed by Ia.or mc from now DBltt floe prtm To Democratic Voters of.c.h19A: I am a candidate of re-election Democratic primary to be held

h Pt>ate 8 jIliiillitttti R. J. MALBY. Manaf : hold::t eieeticns, oa Tuesday the 19th ?. will made b in ras the ease eicpuoa.
day sat May. 190S! for the nomination election at County Comnsl '(ocer ao4memtprof year U mRke therac* for Tax Volosia County and respectfully eolirit I shall at "
. . . . . . the Board of PuWic dnHraettoawboriI account be held eodeavM j,
. . . -sf all Democratic candirfites for office. COWleT .;0. Collector, but have deferred t>n TOOT support at the Primary to past, to discharge the duties cf tt,1
_.. Cot be Toted for of personal friendship for the preeettincutroent 5Jay 19tb A. D. 19C.
.-. .- -- :* and nty. to by It LI u t* dltuartlr ur.4H"t1OOd tbai no I, office satisfactorily to ail
--- -- - . .. .... the lACToentie elector at the ?serilrti aenocaeetn.ot silt bfo Inrtred wtttouttla1 Should you again honor me with an J. LEEFORCOU.vn.
. . . .4. . .tttttttt > MttT1 t paid tor la advace' at -* barelerawl that eib- discharge MtCP.OR
: > jn to be held X fiTjfn tart stl i n l eooy ------
JlaetzomeryACoA << -
XfTtct .Tp.r.M --
ir Jr. CUR, L+aer ta s.i and Kr*.!i w.cetFlSfl acd to be appointed: by the Democratic safe rui* teea rears serrice in one of _the. .best the duties' of the office stifactorilr toall

.. Oyjten zed Gacu. Oanie :ia Seat n.:1: order I toT rcr of the State between the 111111FOR paying offices in the county should beaufvaent I and as the law diretta. roniIS3l0 ;'
dares of holding of the slid for one man and deraaadirc Yours truly
atienV. pnmarr any very To the emocrati' voters of
TI reeeiTe n vskcer's
: .
prrnpi ejection and the time cf the holding the SHERIFF. a change I have decided to enter the SAMUEL D. ..JORD.fOR .\ District Xo. 1 "
: Teleptcce! 23,Cottage At m-e DATT--5A, FL"AAA".i''A" \. : primary election in A- D.. 1910. I te this method of announcing thatI : race at the nut prunary. -. -- Grateful the peop far putand

. ... .N.H..N. .. . . . . . .e.e.NNi SECOND PPJMARY. will be a candidate f'r :lit" oI5c-e of I have been a supporter -A the democratic JUSTicEjOFTUt PEACE. yielding; to tile w.stes of ay n.fug.;;

.. Pr-j' wed. That scond sheiff \"olUi3CoUDC t the coming party in Voluna county for the ,,, I hereby announce myself a candidatefor critic friends<< I hereby announce ail
-- a primary yie&]
primaries I promise 'f Alerted, to perform -. past twenty years. My c.-.Utlt1wmta ejection to the office of Justice of the as candidate for renooiinaticaasCbttfl

aettt"emttesrttt*+.+.... wtre A said r.y awshall under be held the provisory Tuesday the duties of tbe o: Site in an honest know ay attitude in politics and ;if my Peace in and for the Eighth District ofVuluia Commissioner from '1.district it ft*," I
i on ,
and faithful manner. I most respectfully loyalty and !emce: will warrant your County subject to the action of mh.

: Cabinet and Repair Shop i J ruebet.wn ne ; iilay 5f J the<:Le.hi A.hnt D.candidates 1903. to uk th support '>l the peoi;e. Ivppcrt for a protnutKin it will b* very the Democratic Primaries. If elected, Primary May\ tryRrt>e. tfulty, v.A
<< 41 :: where. non'nations( ttail not hare been E. - much appreciated.I .. it will be my aim in the future, aa ia the I l.! D.O BROOK&.y-ot
) thee
farailiar with tie alliesf duties of the
arn the
; oiaiie by ma Tot in the first part, to administer !teen, Florida.
: asJ :
Furniture Eepaiiiag, MiUressw Repaired of and feel 1 safe in saying I can sate jfix* to the best of my ability.

: !-.a:1d1e tbs celetrated Osterxcx-.T Mars ant ,r L I: yr .r : j' primary primmnriertxn. l ltjta only and at ouch such electors second! as To the County Demonatie'Cltt: : -f \'Iju.:a you to your satisfaction. I have t>w HENRY T. TITUS. _

: order fcr first-clasa work. (ncc5> : aTe en' i't'.k tic : i were 'i{ .....lift >d to vote at the first I hereby announce myself a"* a cacdi- _, further pledges than nor I fal will_-e agree promises, if elected to make to ,i FOR JUSTICE OF THE PE.\CE. .............I..I tal

f W. G. HOBBS. : primary. Mtt.n shall I be permitted to date for sheriff of Volusia county, subject viiit each: precinct oae a year for the ,,i I hereby announce my candidacy for
rot* j to the action of the Democratic of : Legal Notices
"* .. ... .. purpose of giving the citizens an orortanitty ; nomination to the office of Justice
TT > TtTTTffTTTTTfTf"MitJtJt .*.*.******* The [>ri.ofrai.f stale) Committee primary. If ejected, I pledge myself to <1 District
: to pay their taxes.If the Peace in and for the Eighth IJ
'-anz -auJ. primary ejection in eompliaar impartially enforce the laws of the the democratic party should tee Volusia County. subject to the ..............IS u u t
--- -- --- ---- va. !l iaw hereby declares thetn and conduct the atTain of
county to
nt to honor me with this promotion I action of the Democratic Primary, May15h
:.? iL'5 i-rnditjona on which legal the office to the best of ability.I of Admi. ..
very my Citation
r-T-v iT'-T T'1 will endeavor to show my gratitude. If lyOi. If favored with your support tnu..
e.T *< f!-: ir. u> become candidates of all ,
',r r. '. 3u.h; election 1 ehaJl be re-1,'' earnestly request theupper sot, I will be satiated with the results it shall be my endeavor to administer In County Court, I
.,-., voters at the primary.LED and remain a democrat just the -ane. the duties of the office in an honest Volusia County Florida I :>
ear ir.j uien a! members MORRIS.
Mateo I i I -r'm''rati r. proper and T'.ankingny friends for past farars, and !upright manner. By The County Judge of Said Goaty;)
San party --- I
Cigars rn: '.1':4'.':..-.; i.- arucpaie. ana .oe therefore cancidat FOR SHERIFF. I amYoers. to. ctrcnnand-- I W. H. PARKER: I Whereas: Lawrence TLompsoa Lusp-
W.=ICy. BRIDC. --- ---- I to this Court for Letters of Admaistration ,- .
: ,ei re and vote at such eiedtion To: the Voters of Volusia County plied *
I a!t :f'-.i- ft'QfA In annonuncing inyseif for sheriff. 1 FOR COUNTY SOLICITOR de bonus DOll on the Estate*Tf
( :: JFI"ATIONS IjlC\ DIPI. will give the pubiic my views on certain ,(i the People: Volusia County' I hereby announce my candidacy forthe William H. Fnrr, deceased, late of aid
Have MadeReputation matters pertaining to the goodA the office"of County Solicitor for Volusia County of Volusia, -
\ :some I wa chosen County
DATE years ago
; whole county. county at tie forthcoming primaries.If These are therefore to ite amr ad-
T".,*e. and cciy; three person: shall'' f"1nt-li experience! as aa officer in .ta 3e s< The books
that time
A of I be permitted: to become candidates be-1 the larger cities north, a* well as City from tax at of were which the duties of the office fairly ancf impartially creditors of said deceased, to

fore: c.tj:. vote at or: participate in the Marshal of Daytona for three years, en- with! the perfect tax,books a 'ompansoa of today win justifymy and to guard to the limit of my pear before this Court on or bead"'l
I maaaj ':mtnt of any: primary election: abies: one to be be more competent: to iaiprovemtuts ability the interests of the State and 23rd day of May 190S. and
claim that I have made -
held byie iMEiocratlc party :In Flor- deal with criminals: : and law breaker great her people. Respectfully, BERT FISI1. tits, if any they have, to the
;n this work, will' i now
idao are white Democratic eiecVjrs Second I the ktt-rs aforesaid otherwise the
Their Own.The am opposed to taxing as rue.
I wLu declare: their adherance to the peopled Volusia county for tae removal second I re-pectfuHy to none in the State ..ar-didacy FOR JUDGE OF CRIMINAL COURT will be granted as prayed. 4
announce <
pn&ciples and organizations ,1 the of the county seat, now beinga : my I Witness my name as County Judge ef
for mlDaUfr, said office subjett
: Dtmocratic party- National state and t.te-d.\:1d the le-l1 to This is to Inform my friendsthe Democratic the County aharc'.ald. this 23rd .
of the :$ Mateo Cigar i i- one of ; placing hardship onthe day'ci
success : an : to the Democratic Primary assuring Volusia that I
voters of County
County-who are by the laws of the west and north part of the!: <- >unty April 190" J. LEE kI RORT, ,
state :.awf-ji electors: of the district in to reach tr.e seat you that if buoortd with another: termI am a candidate fur the office of Judgeof County I
the Ea Coast county Judge
'the industrial triumphs of t I will devote best efforts to the .
.. greatest 1 which they offer to vote. who have Third-I aa opposed to the illegal rny the Criminal Court of Record in and

s since paid their poll taxes !tcy;] due not sale; of hUkey: aa my record will chow, .i faithful discharg- the duties "f the '. for Voiusi County to be voted J for in

thefreeze.: less than tea days btfore such primary though I believe that hotels should )>e '' office. ;: the Democratic Primary to be held on DissoiutJoa Notice.
election; is held' SOld who tLall For your past kiLdrtbli and cvnuUeralion May 19, l00*. If endorsed and continued -
; then.ehaezie1 .
allowed aervwines
Made frca the chcictt of tobacco that the peninsula = to as a beverage to I thank much and will Notice hereby given: that the partnership .-
growths 1 j ; by any elector, pledge; in their guests.FourthI. i you very in the office by you, I promise to
Florida aad tLe Island cf Cuba and ; writing oath before greatly appreciate a rection at your continue the administration of the law I existing between J. C. Butler
of can produce wrapped ; :- upon an inspector ti ve dyed i m Daytona fourteen i and Arthur I. Miller under* the
hand S. B.
hia honor : I rind: it with justice tempered with
to abide and as : ,
support: the varj: nd. have treated others as I 1
with the rich, siliy leaf grown: on East Ccast pl tatiC1is. result of such -- I indeed thankful for the name and style of J. C. Butler 4 Co,
.. t priccry and vote for he would have them treat me. and hatrif"j \* FOR TAX ASSESSOR.I i j,I mercy. I' dissolved
the cigar industry cf the world baa never produced better g x-ds.! j non-un there<,f. to live honest: and upright. hereby announce myself! a. a candit confidence and favors *hown me by you has Arthur I. Miller assumes by all cbligatioa ismuiKt,,,

For sale by all the I leading hctels: and clubs and by the Vnj': DNews OFFICE.5? TO BE FILLED. Fifth faction-I will not I be :affiliated Democratand with t date for the position (TAT Asstsor of to in the continue ploW, and in your my efforts good will will ever and be to I and all bills due the firm are payable to:-
I though am I
any Volusia Cu i&tr. in the Democratic Primaries
Latij elector qualified; to vote in madpruLary I and confidence in him.RTUl R I. MILLEB:
Ccrnpany cn every train entering Florida I eletions shall have always ben ft, and if Jl: *<)J : ?o >be odd: on May I'nh. I hare your support J. C. BUTLER.
have the right: the future in tbe
as partISAAC
will do the odice( '
Twenty sizes styles and grades to *eler from. V rote for !i my utmost to use been a consistent. democrat my life A. STEWART. Daytona Beach, IlL, March 11, 1901
One fl.ndida fairly, honest and upright t. and do all I and: if "honored by the d n"'Jtratic"ott'n 1 I
for United States Sera i can for the g'xxl of tne ptopl;i.- -,f the .of VoiuMa i -''J'ltith the nomination

role SALt: BY ALL [I1 ALrRS.Manuractarl I ator.* -.andidaU for whole county, as what is to your interest I promise \>t devote all}| my time to tbe
x candidate; Governor, ia to min. Thanking you all. for ; dudeof the! ..Tit*. A. T P.\171 LLn. 4+H..H..HHHiHH .H ...H...

B' I te for Secirrtary of stat., your vote and assistance. I b<-g tI remain --- .._.. -
the candidate for Attorney General, Yours to serve. .

.. S. W. ROWLEY SAN MATEO I One candidate for Comptroller, M. H. Zt'HER. j: SUPERVISOR uF REGISTRATION. .
't FLORIDA '!l'l: ':-andidate for tote Treasurer, To Democratic \'Qtfof Voiiisiu County LEADING
One candidate for Superintendent of FOR SHERIFF.i i; I am a candidate for rfoott'1.tj: to the -- .til

..L..L.a..a..a..a .L.La.a.a a .a..l..L .LL a Public InstructioD. To Drmocrfltic"rtlr of Volu a Co.I .- ot&ce of Supervisor /f U'- ;iftratjou and I'

One candidate fur 'ommij'BCir.er of hereby announ' ayrlf %* candidate ask your rapport, pledging: myself *oJ

Agriculture, for the ot5ce'if Sheriff Qf'ol'J?ia J( the faithful and impartial discharge; ofi I CANDIDATE
One candid-te for H&iroad! COInmia.rover !- County eui/ject: to the action of the !. the duties of the orfite.R I. :

Democratic primary to be held May la f. ?pectfu>!y Vo irs.

Ask. Mr. Foster : One candidate for State Cheniiel, 1'jO*, and will appreciate: your support.If JOHN \\ETHF.RELL.. .

One candidate for state Attorney forth elected: I promise to perform, the -- -- FOR

MR. FOSTER KNOWS a great deal abut Florida, Cuba. ; Judicial Circuit, duties of tIe office to the best of my :PhRI.NTENDE.NT: : ; OF PUBLIC IV- I I

N'assua, the Bermudas, tie Nest Indies, Mexico and the One candidate for Judge. Criminal ability. BEDFORD JONES.DeLejn STRLXTION.T .

South gn *rally. He can render eecient! aid in mapping I i Court of liecord Volusia County, Springs. the PK/pie. of \'<..h. County;
One candidate for
Gut tcurs of Florida and the adjacent; islands! or for the Criminal Court of Record County: "of Volusia, FOR MKMBEK BOARD OfEDUCATION. I .hereby rep*:tftilly: announcen.y o- J
can li lacy for the office of County Suprrfnt !
homeward Trip. He will write out your it :nary and en- County, ndnt <-f Public Instruction, sub-

;;age jour sleeping car. parlor car or sU.-aza.sLip acccrnodations. One candidate for Clerk of Criminal I !hereby: announce myself r-anddat ;tl t<, the approaching. I-Hrmocralir:
for re-election men.b-r of
Mr. Foster keeps in touch with the hotels at all resorts Court Two of candidates Record ol for Volusla Members County of, the County Board of as Education a: subject the.to primary. :

and generally knows lust what acccrnodations: are House of Representatives: the action of the Democratic Primary to If nominated undi; t-d, I promise .

available from lie will wire for be held May I't. 1WT and if elected willendeavor ',, to give my whole time and very best .
_.. day to day. room* at any One Candidate for County Judge, efforts tn the interest of the schools ofthis

hotel; and will give you a personal letter d introduction t'> One candidate for Sheriff, office to the to best discharge of the ability.dutieof the I j'::I county and with this ;assurance: I ', I SENATOR
One my
candidate for Clerk of the Circuit
the Mr. Foster will sell r -' a--k for
proprietor. you your: tickets and Court, GEO F. CROUCH. pK-tJy your support .., 1

encase your rooms for the OCX LA WAHA"ST JuUN.S Oft One andkJate for County .\ itfr of ', Sincerely O.'A. :
TOilOKA RIVER ItOt TES. Taxes, __._ \ -
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No Fees One candidate for Tax Collector Democratic r5 of Voluria Co.- =
Ever Asked ,
are or Therefore
Accepted I nouYice candidate'for SUPERINTENDENT OF Pl'BLIC IN- I
< r.e candidate for Supervi.-or of Ktg-:i hereby an myself a DUNCAN U.FLETCHERStands
Ask Mr. Foster anything, any time. ab'.at! any plar-e.: any\\ her He .!Irl&tifn. Repr"*ntativ Probably Knows.MR.'FOSTER'S. One candidate for County Superinten- subject: to the JrJtratic Primari To the People of Volusia County, }la.I .- ;
'lilt of Public Instruction, 1 and if elecf it will)! tie my HidMvor to hereby announce myself as a cantti- i
', do the bt I for the inter of all .|,"date! for County ;Superintendent oft i
OFFICES ARE AT THE SIGN OF THE QUESTION MARK One candidate for County Surveyor, can **t. ; I for These
Public ,
Jacksonville rive candidate for County Treasurer.- parts of Volueia County and th.- \**.1,1.\ \ instruction I have been a life-1 Principles :
11&.210 Hogan street, beWacLIogUn.' D. C.,133.3 I'tnn"
yhaEiatweeu k, ,
Democrat and have
of the Mate:; ueraly. ng helped to fight
Hotel Windetr and DuvaL I". Each -u h elector in the respective' : c..rol of lsterstale Carnr
ave, foH.x/nd U'xk t'-iow S. Treasury tfollHtiully. ; the lafU"5 of Democracy since l by Iuenta.
St. Aoguttine, Fla., Cordova Corner.:: Old Point Comfort, Va HMC) 'batti ,. county mmissioners' aistrict shall E."T. CONRAD.Daytona Democracy: ow.-* me nothing for ag6.1 I Co-.eroe C..td..fos.
Palm Beach }1a. have the right t'lte for ',ne candidate my. PaTore
HotM 1
i facing RcjaPoinciana. berla:: hr. I laooase Tai
|I II .' Florida.FOR loyalty to stand indebted to her
ft county commissioner.Each i :
I BrtUUD00& W.-.ite M( intai.V i for the hberty'hich I enjoy. I Staad. for T.rffl

}Miami Fla., HalcTcn IJall. IL, in Hotel M unt Wa.--DgtoD school such: elector districts in shall tbe resrjctUveounty have: the REI'RESENTATIli.Lake :: !fore offer: myself at the corning: tt.ere-// Florida Farr 8-.i..o.KB*.Frail-.. 8e..flta Grttwen.Co
Havana, Cuba, Comer Prado and Central Park
May 10th, asfur servant If I i
right t.fJ"fte for one candidate for a Helen. Ha., March 4th, IJKrt.! j am'liomit..te.1 Daly o. E/yytao Couo. ;
[ and elected
--- -- -- --- member of the board of public instruftion. To Democratic TS of Volusia Co.- promisetoghve; i I G.verwi.e.t A..ro.riati. a
my undivided attention in trying to i foe Darl on.
I : candidate i-
hereby announce myself as a laIa..t Riyere
raise the standard of saWafwy..
schools J
;' our to the ,
Lath -u.:h elector in the respectiveJilice's for the Legislature: subject to the' 0.-.4
highest xnibible state of proficiency, and to Tn.t. aM aU X..u.
/" : districts shall have the rightto d'-cision of the l-gal voters ft"flu"ia ..
say E N vote for (I'.e candidate for justice of County, at the corning Primary Eke I will be fair, treating all: alike. with % F.TOF. Carreacy R.I.r

} f ULL the peace and one candidate for conjib.e. ', tivn, on Hay lath 11O%. I I special pnvilges to none. .. ....
a EO. T. SELF.C. .
: J E.V.: ION D. .. -
Four Dek-gattR _t Large to National -- ----
I Convention, FOR THE LEGISLATURE: : J:. ORTH DEMOCRATIC; CANDlDATE --- ----- -- ----

Expacss Two District Delegates; I hereby announce myself as a candidate : ;'|, FOR WPEHlXTF.Xi i
PREPAID .toe: County *ruhr State< ,mittee, for nomination to thr cth a of j I DENT OF :SCHOOLS. i iTo

One Member National Committee, member of the House of Rf-preM-nta |I the Voters (Volu.-ia r<'unty j
f'I'.f;: I'rehidentutl Electors, >i lives, abject to the action: of the Dem1 I stand for ,
aoitjctbing. If it w -re not
Lath such elector in their eti've':
rf* '1
{ j ocratic primary. : I
for certain; principles which I know!
precincts; shall hate the
[ right to vote "MACOX THORNTON. I
I would double the
for ore candidate for member of the .. ( efficiency ot our.school f
-- ---- -- :
+ i :', would not be a candidate. j
rid c : 'v I ljo'ml./f r&ti Exutive Comniit- I
aI FOR REPRESENTATIVE |i 1 do not depend
To J.IrjfJrati.ftns of Volusia f' tK/n, but expect the people to merit
1 toe respective| County Caridxlat -s!, ; 0.I -i I : are
j including; rnemberi" of the Legislature, I have decided ag-iJii to ask your -Kfi- in the principals for wtmh I stand, and
uf. voted for at
I 'aid County are. hereby a.cec.I" as to the Legislature. j; worthy to put these principals in force.
DILiVrRED foi.ow.t.urjfjidate. '..... elected to that office in I ivji! ) and j I I believe the superintendent j-houIJ

UWttillRt i FOR < for Judge of Clirui.J seved you to the best of my ability and I spend bio time among the schools, aid

.: 11CtlAS. / ,,'Ut.. !.;O W. if you SH; proper to return me I pledge !log and encouraging the teachers: rr-I
5 $1292a ("didate for County Solicitor Critriibai i my honor to do all that Ian for toe ,J viewing the; work and seeing that th<.r..

Court, SA.iJn.Candidate people and their interests. ugh work is done and /good order maintained ',

for Clerk of Criminal. I). )'. MORRISON. in our schools. j

s I'"Urt, 53-.00. Do you think our schools ran be n.-1 iflr.nod' |

BLUM & COMPANY iandidatefur11em1 rIlousea( lir- FOR REPRESENTATIVE.To Where.' ;
r..ntati\fS, !Ir.OiJ. Democratic -rs of Volusia Co.- can the superintendent d Qoe i t
MiEXni(; PAIWT r.I'.KUIMi: : 10 Candidate for County Judge, S 0.10.. During the lat three sessions of the most good At his office" or among the : Florida East Coast

Blue Ribbon Beer Candidate of Sheriff, f;.)..00.Canjidate Florida Legislature i I have been an at >coos! I
: and Lewis 66 Should the
Whiskey for Clerk of Circuit Court, tactic of the Senate, and have there urinU-ndwit[ know what !
Send for 1' fart is being done in our arhools' How
rise Uf'K Uv tu1...\. $150.00.Candidate gathered, by close study and observation he know can I Railway
for e.ar of Taxes, 1W a certain knowledge! of the affair without spending his tine i' ,
t -- ----- Candidate for Tax Collector $100. '' of the :State well valuable ,, amoDgthr; schools: and reviewing. ihe''I '

,i :..................... ............................ 4 'TOdidate for Suj erviMT of, -gitra- en<'e of the mode, as and as manner of experts Legislation :'j!': work dOlle'j j NEW SCHEDULE

lion, !'J.!W.Candidate. I therefore fat-11 am qualified to .:| Are the above principles worthy of i ,
: MALLORYLINES : for Superintendent of Pub- represent the people Volusia County' your :support If they are, speak up1

,. 1.1! instruction, $;&J.00. as a member of the House of Representatives '' and work for me. I need your help. Effective
('andidate for County Surveyor, ,, and respectfully announce my'' Yours in earnest i April 1 14.

i I. I \1' Candidate for County Treasurer candidacy for this office, subject to C. E. ORTH. I il I ISFPF.RINTENDENTOFPUI3Licl.1

J-VJ.OO( your action at the coming Primary. I
f'I.dldatf..r: Commissioner, Lave | i' I
County been a citizen of Florida twenty i I

SPECIAL PASSE LAGER-EXPRESS: "is) five )(:aT.'. I know the needs L"ld.n"t; STRUCTION. i For detailed] information I
4;aLdlJate fur MtnfxT 'ounty School I of the people. I shall always. endeavor' At the earnest solicitation of !
: STEAMSHIPS. IV.ard, $.>. : for Justice of the Peace, number. If you should honor me with I announce myself as a county agent.r' I
I.arRe.tand most tbor.ughly e'iulyi"4 I'a..nlfr .trauMh.1 M un the s !I 100 '' a nomination and election, I assure youit I Superintendent of Public Instruction for I i: j Ij

eoat. candidate for Constable, t$1.00. will be my earnest endeavor to prove olusia County subject to the
: NO OVKRCROWDIM: action of.
NOTICE: OF CANDIDACY. myself worthy of she, trust and your j the Democratic Primary. I have i

: Important, STATEROUM3APUI'Oa1TIE1.. ) (.1.IIIA\3FFIi: : : Lath person desiring to have hiiinnif ... confidence. i I i a teacher in the public schools ba:1l1 fortwentysix ,I! i i
on throe its- .. tfc-ietB wlli I- Yours truly ,
enlMti tI .1'-: "! tern t
.. the number.' berths, or ,tie IM'litinl K capacity, of lininjc 1all1:.. ana tallota; printed a* a candidate on the primary fur any election county OTTO i It. Kl'RCHOr.DC I, Honda. If years I should, be past the sixteta choice In .
urinjc all
iiaM-enirern individual t.. rvi<* and attt-ntum. S olfice and members of the legislature Leon Springs.FOR I II I the people for this position shall '
tttii.ll file with the chairman of this my pleasure to execute the '
duties ,
(See Schedule of .xhiM in Florida Tiinen-Union COUNTY TRE.VSURER. I of tla
ommittee before office to the best of
on or the :30th day I
my ability
I/JWEST RATES: IX NEW YORK A.M IJ ALL( 1 hH.VTS: \"UTII.[ '.i April, A. H. 10HS, notice of his candi- 1 take this method to inform the "<..t.1 working for the improvement, of away] tie y !

: lodudmgdelightlulltAyl.I6IITS.11LthrvuKhthr:\ .Jaj.y and application to have his name ers \'oIusiaClIuntv. that 1 will be a schools and for the best interest of It t
TAMOISSEA: ISLA.MI.S.= \ ; candidate for re-election to the the
of of
: o printed, accompanied with a sum of !i cause education.
Through tkleUitold to all Nurtb rn points. For full Information money fixed by the County Committee j I j County Treasurer, ,subject to the action J. }1. CHAFFER.FUI t t
: r gardiDaUrN.tioal/ offered: by no other line. lia .. I 1 of .
< \(ram i>i< rtatioii, : not exceeding; five percent of the annual Primary to be held t
I M tkkeU. etc.. awl to fornjicnsation of the offke. i May 19th, I'jQS.! Promiiaj; i if elected, { i'ofcRI1UXALcouRT.

I : F. M. IRONMONGER\ Jr. 1l: wt Bat :Strict, CANVASS OF RETn: s. to preform the duties of the office in the If the voters in the coming
JatkhonTilUf, Horida.tieo. future, as in the pa.t, to the beet of my should desire primary
j i 1 laMOnual<< Pa..enC<< Agot The me to continue I
Democratic 4
County Executive ability, and will be grateful. to those who Clerk my duties
I : << 11. Clark Local Agent, Daytona }'La. Committee of this as of the Criminal Court I
, County will at :2' will favor will
................................................. u'Uwtkp in., May 22bd, iVOs, meet lit lutw ith their J VLNZAXT.votes. r gratefully accept their wishes I
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