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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
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Alternate Title: Gazette-news
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Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: May 9, 1908
Publication Date: 1901-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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Daytona, Florida, _Saturday, May 9 r 1908 But A'nrtl.l.c Mdlam. I. D8yloe. and Vldalt7. Price, .5 Cents J '
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CANDIDATES Fronting on the Electric LighU aid :,
WHO HAVE FILED. \ f Halifax River Modern Improvements I Ij I


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The time allowed and allotted to pros j
W:. .9 T'nder the management of WG.. HOBBS. : FREE BRIDGE I OR pective candidates for State and County MANY NEWREGISTRATIONS. SCHMIDT'S HOTEL

I; Peck Block, foot of South Bridge : officers to file their applications and deposit : Formerly Schmidt's Villa. I

Pictures changed :Tuesdays : their assessments for the placingof :
Thursdays and Saturdays. TOLLS. : HENRY SCHMIDT & SON: Proprietors,
their
See live Alligator in window\ : names on the official ballot to '
't K H be voted on in the coming Democratic E DAYTONA: FLORIDA.
Admission 10 cents. 5 Primary has closed, and the campaignis It It It .5 -

s!<:) ................................................: Correspondent Says all Automobile now on in earnest. The followingnames The Books Closed on Monday.-Yes- x
= : : Owners are not Millionaires. will appear on the official ballotsin : Fine Home Table
.: --_ terday Was the Last Day in Delightful
Volusia County: Reasonable Rates Sunny BoomiThe .. "
..f...!...N........N.......N..... Free Bridge Possible. Which to Pay Poll Tax. .
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Cazette-News-: John S. Beard. The registration books for the Democratic .

J f (CRASS E. GARDINER One of the greatest hindrances to the i N. B. Broward. Primary closed Monday, and : :1
i CO. growth and prosperity of Daytona and yesterday was the last to
I the towns on the peninsula, is the ex- I Duncan U. Fletcher. opportunity ....................................................
I William B. Lamar. pay poll tax for the years 1900 and
horbitant rates of toll exacted for crossing For Representative In Congress for the 1907, so as to entitle persons to vote. s
the three bridges over the Halifax Second Congressional District. At 5 o'clock on last evening Tax Col. ; Breakers by the Sea.

river. In the first place, keeping the Frank Clark. lector D. P. Smith cloned the poll tax
:* Dry Goods. i three bridged; which are controlled: and For Presidential Elector books, as required by law, and voters SEABREEZE. FLORIDA. f'

for the most part, owned by the same H. P. Bailey. who have not paid their taxes cannot

parties, under separate regulations is 1'. W. Butler. participate in the primary.
Will be opened Tune 1 under the management of I. M. MABBETTE.
absurd and a pass or a ticket on one Robert E. Davis. There has been a decided increase in

.jIk.; Phone 102, Anthony Block, i bridge should be good on any other George L. Lappington. payment of polls during the last week
bridge. The house will be conduct d on a higher plane than ever before thoroughly .
: bit failed to and will
George C. :Martin. many persons pay )
refurnished. Rooms with
renovated and single or ensuite or without
Then the obstacles put in the way of Samuel Pasco. be barred, because of unpaid polls.
baths. Fine and the best surf in the world.
'- private fishing bathing
DAYTONA FLORIDA. i the ferry boat landing just south of the C. J. Strozier. Tax Collector Smith and his efficient
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Central Bridge which was a most desirable For Member the National Democratic assistant Leo Fisher were prepared for SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY. A TRIAL .SOLICITED.

.............................................. accomodation to many people Committee.T. 1 the rush and promptly accommodated .
....J.. who could not walk over the bridge indicates E. Alexander. everyone, and the business was carried Rates $1.00 per day and upward, according to ]location of rooms. i
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: : : the "grab-all" policy of the Basil O. Bowden. on with dispatch. as .................................................... S
:.Y.r.r.I'i.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.IiI.I.1.i.1.............. .... : bridge: owners. With the ferry landing: Max M. Brown.J. Tax Collector Smith is now busy \ ,

!north of the bridge compelling: openingthe Hall Brumsey. maUag up the Hit of those who have

Cost for Cash. draw about four times an hour, A. C Lewis. paid the polls charged against them .
: i iAt I Ifi greatly hindering the patrons of the Charles F. Eaton.D. and will hand this over at once to Supervisor Hotel.

bridge makes two ways by which the J. Herrin.A. of Registration John R. Wetherell.The a City

bridge company is discommoding the J. P. Julian.A. registration books including the
T Over 500 Cases of Groceries 5 public. Can the be ''dri\'en"
Fancy people to S. Mann. new voters who swung into line for the
OPEN All THE YEAR
patronize the bridges Jas. Harvey Witherspoon Phillipps. primary arc posted, and made out in .
?it! and Table Delicacies. Publishing the receipts of the North Frank,W. Pope.J. duplicate as required by law.

Bridge which is the least used, is not H. Ree.e. Supervisor Wetherell and his deputieswill ELECTRIC LIGHTS.
:1: Not selling out or quitting business, only to reduce my : very convincing that the other bridges R. II. Schakleford. begin work on the list of those sr! e ELECTRIC BELLS. a

; stock so I can enlarge my store and make it a two-story building. : do not pay large dividends. And then F. B. Stoneman. whose taxes have been paid,as furnishedby Hot and Cold Bath

,, I"t This will enable mo to make a better display and to handle : paying out the receipts in salaries, to Delegates to the National Democratic Tax Collector Smith Opposite the Table Firit-CIau. f! &
the officers who are also the owners, is Convention from the Second Congressional name; of registered voters who have I
;. I- my'stock to a greater advantage and so better serve my r only a trick to show small dividends. District. paid will be stamped on the registra- r. I II 1

.. : : growing trade. These goods will be in my way and I have no : The rate of toll for automobiles is un E. W. Bond. tion books the word "Paid," in the GEO. H. MATTHEWS 1;

;,: room in which to store them while enlarging my store, so I will : reasonable as I happen to know from T. S. DavLs. column for 1900 and 1907 or either or

; Bell. them at cost for cash. They are strictly first-class and : experience and they really do less harmto Pat Murphy. both. PROPRIETOR J!
the bridges than any other sort of Frank Sebriv Those against whom no poll tax u
fresh goods. Call and see what I have to offer. o : I IIr
comeyance. And the automobile is J. 11. Vick. charged have already been stamped as +-...*....................+..- NN <
t i charged more than a pair of horses, Fur tlov'ernor. "non-liable," and as soon as the list' I I

S. W. CARROLL with steel shoes to dig up the plankingof Jefferson B. Brovtnu. from the tax collector is received and I Ir II/VTOI f* A TCC HENDERSONYILLEllU

.. the bridges. Contrary to the opinionof Albert W. Gilchrist. checked against the list of registered 1 CL VJA 1 JuD, North Carolina.. p !

the bridge owners all automobilistsare John X. C. Stockton.For voters, everything will be in readinessfor I

:: ;. The North Beach st. Grocer. : not millionaires and it makes a considerable Secretary of State. the primary, so far as qualification : Blue Ridge Mountains, Altitude 2500 feet.

tax for a man owning an automobile II. Clay Crawford.For c.f. electors and posted books are con-
J Telephone No. 19. : in Daytona to take his family Attorney General.W. cerned.In &. Through sleepers from Jacksonville, Fla., dally. !'
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over to get a look at the Atlantic ocean Daytona there were 51 new registrations
IN...1.....1.I.I.I.I.1.1.......I...I.I.I.1.I. H. Ellis. while Seabreeze i Pure mountain air and spring water. Trout and bass Esniuj
once in a while. Park M., Trammell.For boasts of 25
Riding and driving. Health and comfort combined. An up to X
=--- Unless there is a substantil areduction Comptroller. new electors.
.f tolls, and tickets made good on any Thomas J. Appleyard. The printed instructions for inspectorsand date hotel at moderate cost. Address for rates, reservation, etc.,
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N- YOU WILL FIND WHAT YOU SEEK bridge the agitation for a free bridge A. C. Croom. clerks, and the printed curds instructing
WM. HEWETT Hotel Gates
n c a under the category of* real estate"wheth should be kept up, and it can be se- J. W Knight. electors how to vote, etc., Manager ,

er it be a house, store stable farm or city cured. Yours Truly] For Treasurer.W. have been printed and are on hand HENDERSONVILLE N. C.
M. B. K. ready for distribution. They will be I ,
r country lots unimproved for your:own ten. V. Knott. .

'ue-r ancy to rent to others or hold as an in- For State Superintendent of Public In- sent out to the several polling! places .............................................NN
\estment-ail these parcels-on our lists, A Campaign Liar. struction. when the ballot boxes, tally sheets, etc.,

4f O1 I which are free to your search. We are at Wm. M. Hollow"ay. are sent, with the ballots..
lie always comes as an election.. or"primary"
The with of the
your service for anything in the real estate For Commissioner of Agri<'ulture. books the names
approaches. lie is no respecter -
business. B. E. McLin. qualified electors therein are completed
r :T- of persons he is frequentlywell for the the
For Railroad Commissioner. save checking up against
"' .J. C. BUTLER nigh omnipresent Xo one's Royal C. Dunn.E. tax collector's list,and this is being doneas
is safe in his hands he
reputation W. Irvine. rapidly as possible. Norman S. Dayton
Kent Estate. Life, Fire and Accident Ins. spares not yourself nor your family in W. Jackson.. State Democratic Chairman Arthur T.

s.-' .,, Phone 234, Daytona Beach Fla. his malicious effort to gain his point.He Julius Salomon.For Williams has sent out the required list

attacks sometimes openly but us- Adjutant-Ceneral. of state candidates, whose names: must

ually under cover, like the Indian he J.Clifford It. Foster. be printed on the ballots each county LUMBER.z

seek! to cover his tracks, 'but gets For State Chemist.R. with the list properly certified to, as required -
there just the same." His lies are circulated by law.
E. Rose.
rc' Ask for the Bread by insinuation by shrug of the Court. The list of county candidates is, of :
For Justice of the :Supreme: Yard, Magnolia Avenue and F. E. C. Railwaj. [Also
shoulder, by nod or shake of the heed William A. Hocker. -. course, in the hands of County Chairman
Plans Estimates and Real Estate office!
Superintendence.
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by stating half truths as well as whole Thomas M. Thackleford. Thayer and everything is, therefore, r
s ?= with the stamp of falsehoods. Xo motives are good. He For State Attorney, Seventh Judicial ready for the printing of the ballots. 1st door:>uth of .P. 0. W. H. EDMONDSON, Manager,

impugns them all. There is nothing Circuit. -- -- -.., )Daytona, Florida Phones at office yard and residence.
in save "me and my ,,'ife.
good any one
John C. Jones.
PScHi< ytSJti A i/ ;: y my son John and his wife." His ambi- I"SI" Hopkins An Alleged; Murderer.
Bakery .
Daytona tions must be gratified, it matters not (Continued on next page> "Si" Hopkins well known in Daytona
4 '=f he must. Walk to
chose
over rarrns --- -- --' --- -- --- I as a base ball player, is languishing in
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gratify them. He sows dissentioB, ......i.I.I.I.l.II.I.I.i. the county jail at Miami charged with -
r H. E. QUIGG he destroys reputations alienates I. double murder. Friday night he MJ............................................NN... ..

friends divides families, assassinates : Local Paragraphs. : J. I). Walker and 11:. Stafford at 1

?-i-* W r r .' character. His motto is "get; there; Xorth Miama. Hopkins had been indicted r
: : :i i/ : !l'. ''' Proprietor. be the means fair or foul 'get there." .I.I.I.I.I.i.I.I.I.I.I.I.. by the Federal Grand Jury for i CONRAD GROCERY CO.
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He is a dangerous character, the A. R. Edward;: and family departed alleged irregularities in removing the *
s t... ,....... ...............Nr. .......................... "Campaign Liar." Avoid him, disbelieve Monday for; Xarragansett Pier, R. I. cargo from a stranded ship. It is further : i

: him, nullify his slanders encourage alleged that lie ailed Spafford and .. .
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; : truthfullness, charity kindness. Mrs. Brower t'ntertained"Cry pleas- Walker to go on his bond, and upon
..;: :.' ******************* *****************i.*******: Not all candidates are liars, thieves, antly at cards Friday evening of last their refusal to do so shot them Ixith. i Carry a Full and Complete \ i
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murderers, the "campaign: liar" to the week .
t N.E KICKS ON The "cam ------ Line of Plain and J
: j contrary notwithstanding. Mr. and Mrs. J. X. Davis left Mondayfor Death of Visitor.. : Fancy
lia'should have abiding place .
paign no :
WorKer. \ his summer home in Grand Rapid,
:; i Cabinet MaKer. Wood among us. But he can thrive only Midi. Jacob S. Morrow died at Daytona

order : upon the credulity of the people. Beach'last Sunday morning of tuberculosis !
Picture Frames Door and Window Screens made to '=: "Avoid him, pass not by him, turn from Mrs. C. M. Christy and family closed at the age of 40. The remains i GROCERIES

Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. : him and pass away." their beautiful Ridgewoed; home Monday were embalmed by tIle Bingham & .

I ---- and left for their summer home in Maley Co., and taken: to Scottdal. Pa. ..
'j< ,...v'vv........ *********-***-***-*-**_**_*_***_*_*_. i Truck Growers Elect Officers. St. Louis. the late home of the decased, for burial. .. -- -- : I" t

: Mrs. Morrow accompanied the body. :

' ...' ,.......................................... ...........:: I: and One Fruit day Growers last week Association the Daytona held Truck their many Today's interesting issue of the political Gazette-News advertise-Las hoping The deceased that came the climate here some would time prove ago : CLOVER HILL 1 BUTTER. Z:

R. D. TAYLOR Electrical Contractor : second meeting! for perfecting organization ments and every voter should read .
beneficial to his health, but the dread .
: : and election of officers in the Oliver every advertisement carefully. I i .
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I disease had already too far progressed.Addition .
i(' House Wiring a Specialty.fe : Garage on Orange Avenue, the City Hall
; 4 being used by the City Council for a Rev. and Mrs. Howard B. Gibbons I : The Conrad Grocery Company :

?1 Dealer in Electrical Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures: Shade, :: special meeting. The constitution and are at Apopka, where Mr. Gibbons will I to Hotel Despland. .
FLA. preach the baccalaureate sermon to the : i:. T. Conrad i Co's. old stand. :
.S& No8 Orange avenue, DAYTONA, by-laws were accepted as drafted by the t'
V *Lamps: ********'. committee assigned for the work, and Apopka High School tomorrow. A three-story, 'fifty-room additionwill :....................................................;
Ik&Ww..wwoww-*""*"* I be made to the De pland this rum
the following officers were elected to The Council will meet in regular .
Jbsgj: City mer, the contract for which has b/en let ,

:$? place:
................ ............... election of J. W. Ball ice-president, the proposed ordinance to extend the made at the east end of lheA>uilding, : J. B. \RRISON ,
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President, electric light franchise will come up for which, when completed, wfl give the .
J J"letting
WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING Leon DesPland; recording secretary R. consideration on third reading. I hotel something over ninety-room ac' : .A close examination of eJectrltal -, *
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L. Smith; managing secretary and treas commodation. This under the I work finished and charged for
Furnace, hostelry
Hot Air II. L. who for : t
Tin Roof, a j Robidere many years I
board of directors
Tank new and
a Galvanized Iron a ; urer'IV. F. Holmes; ''
trav"elled the East Coast for Armour & capable management of L. M. Waite : from this shop shows how squarely ;

.or, any of the other metal necessities required to complete a modern O. L. Spring J., V.Hawley M. Greene Chas. A.McF. S.. Co., but who for the past year has been has a fine reputation, and the new addi- : + = and honorably we transact our. '. '
P.
.i. Porter, manager of the Macon branch, has returned tion u made to meet the constantly business.! Electrical repairs r' i
,-, dwell ing remember that Hams!, Ceo. J. Van de ti ord, Wm. M. to Day too&. Mr. Robidere will &growing demands for greater ac>om- : ceive special attention. Iko*" "

Moore. resume his former duties on the EastCoat. modations.A who employ us never worry about1 !

I C. NASH a SON I i, Press For Sale. i. our charges engaging and us that they our know work.before -., .T

DAYTONA. TLA. The Gazette-News has bought; a new E. II. Armstrong, who has: succeeded pleasant party spent last Sunday : -1- manship will be the beet. :
and to make room for it desires to L. M. Murray as traveler for the East down the river on the yacht "Lucile." : '
: press : f
f I Marx Brothers A f Jackson- Those the were Capt. :& 1
ire and reliable service at fair P nces.I sell a Campbell cylinder press in good Coast for > comprising party ; Electric Co. ",
Daytona
best prepared to give prompt ;: condition. Any publisher of a weekly ville, has rented the Co lran house on II. C. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Edw. :

f... 'General repair shop on Volusia. Avenue, next to the Armory. newspaper in need of a press can have Bay Street, formerly oJtupied by Mr. White }fr. and Mrs. F J. Nicer Mr. ir 232 South Beach Street. :
-' work solicited. I Xo reasonable offer will be refused, Murray from Smith & Hitch thereat and Mrs. F X Conrad and Mis.! Laugh- i :
phone58. Out of town I'f it. te dealers. rey. .................................................. J.
the
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tMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMtMMMMMMMMBond .. Call For Democratic Primary. tbe county.. court house in DeLud the I the FOB People TAX of Volusia COLLECTOR.To County;. I hereby FOR 'ffTATE's"ATTORNEY.Mnounceinj candidacy: for Office of*

I Florida, and publicly canvaSs re-! I have decided to aga'n become a candidate -I noulinatioD to a ecoDd term of oftice CJl'

: Lumber Company ; D In accordance Executive with the Committee call of the ofthe temocratii' urns and declare what majority candidates vote have for for the office of Tax Collecto/ At State's.Attomey fD and for' the 7th Is IiAppropriation I_
been nominated by
subfed the
and respect- circuit Florida, to
such the approaching primaries judicial
State of Florida, made at a meeting each office, and incases what held
county be May '
Primaries to
of said Committee held in I mil have to beheld f fullv solicit your votes and support. Democratic I
MANUFACTURERS OF the City a second primary I with .administratIon P fc ,
trusted the
in this capacity If again -
1 have served you 19, 190S.
: of f Jacksonville, Florida, on the 11th transact such other business
and to
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ROUGH AND DRESSED of before, and believe that my knowledge of this most ler' Appro tf "_ _
: day February, 1903 the Democratic shall before it. I 1mrrt3.llt ?
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PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER Executive Committee of Volusia County.' W. S TIIA YER, Chairman. of the details of the office and my.ex- office by the people. I will

: Florida, at a meeting held in DeLand, G. W. FISHER Secretary. perience places] me in a better potionto : I always striven to do perform my duty MillHonA.C.Cra
! Florida March serve you satisfactorily than a new impartially and fearlessly, for the best
on Tuesday, 24th, 1908,
:f.: Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime : do make and hereby issue the followingcall and untried man, or one not familiar' I I! interests of the SUte.VajoVEg :
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for a Democratic Primary Election, POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. with the work of the office.'ery I > Comptroller, la
and Cement Stock. Office aiid Yards: Fail Coat > CourL if
in Railway and : to-wit: respectfully yours.I State's Attomer7th faithful
Avenue
., Orange > Under thIs bead 11111 appear tbe announceiflefli' D. P. SJITII .
The said -
Elertion
Primary will beheld
I such
MILLS-Bond Mill,AUanUc Coat Line Rr-,100 mIles south of Jacksonville.Kalamaioo at the legal polling places in each of candIdates. for tbe various I FOR CLERK OF CIRCUIT OOURT. comidr ,

,on Sanford Branch of tbe F. E.C. By. : election district in Volusia County sate and charge County fur oitlces.The Insertion of announc 1- FOR TAX COLLECTOR. To Democratic Voters of Volusia Co5- tedly the ablest

during the hours fixed by law for meat from DOW unlll the primaries are To Democratic Voters of Volusia QI ).-- I am a candidate of re-election to the occupied the posJUoaV .
Phone 8J R. J.MALBY Manager. : will bo.1..', an exception, bOWE'1"e for ,
folding elections 01""r. who seek have been prevailed upon past office of Clerk of the Circuit Court of
on Tuesday the 19th > of those
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bring nuadein Ibe calM many years, and
hl
'fax r
I-. .......................... .................... 4i day of May, 1903, for the nominationof election' a. County CommIsdIoflers Board of Public and In. four years but to have mnke deferred the race on for account: Volusia County, and respectfully be solicit held the duties of his
-. all Democratic candidates for office, member of the County Collector, your support at the Primary to o 'L
.
..- "tructlon.wbo ullll*charged *V*> of friendship: for the present A. D. 1908. excelled, and t
personal 19th
-- State and May bhi
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--- County be
-------- -- to voted for by It Is to Iw distinctly understood that no cos

:; *************************************************.* the Democratic elector at the general I announcement 11111 be Jilted ..without i incumbent. !i Should you again honor roe with an anee of the lmpor &t
i election to be held November 3rd, 1908; being. paid for In aUTanc. as bare My friends seem to think that .4gb' election I shall endeavor to dischargethe has ;.
I Cabinet and and to be appointed by the Democratic: earned from exp: 'rlence (hat this' H theuniysaferufr teen years service in one of the best I duties of the office satisfactorily to saved to the tax.pay.

I Repair Shop governor of the State between the paving offices in the county should be i I all and as the law directs. thousands of dolUn per *

i : dates of holding of the said primarv fc M fc sufficient for an/one man and demand-1, Yours very truly his inturmst.s.rv '

J Furniture Repairing, Mattresses Repaired and made to order. We S election and the time of the holding the FOR SHERIFF. ing a change I have decided to enter the SAMUEL P. JORDAN'.

: S handle the celebrated Ostermoor Mattress and solicit your : primary election in A. D., 1910. I take this method of announcing thatI race at the next primary. ; ...

1 I order for first-class work. Orange ave. ent. Peck blk SECOND PRIMARY. will be a candidate for the office of I have been a supporter of the deiao-' 'oit JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.I ................:.; -
: Provided I Sheiff of Volusia Count t the coming cratic party in Volusia] county for the [ hereby announce myself a candidatefor

: .S W. G. HOBBS. : uhere That under a second the primary, I primaries. I promise :f elected, to per. past twenty years. My. constituents election to the office of Justice of the : Legal
1 necessary provisionsof form the duties of the office in an honest know attitude in politics and if my Notices
" " .................................... said laws, shall be held on Tuesday, 1 and faithful I most my and service will warrant Peace in and for the Eighth: District of .
! the manner. respectfully loyalty your "olu. subject to the action of
10th day of June, A. D. 1908 to 'i County, .
ISISI

! """'" """"" "" "" "" "" where nominations shall not have been I::. I. SMITh. !. much appreciated. .f the >\ it will be my aim in the future, as in thepast Citation of
- duties
: 'TTITT ,I made by majority vote in the tpriniary ---- I am familiar with the ( to administer the duties of the 4dmIahstr.u
t' FOR SHERIFF. office and feel safe in saying I can serve In Comt'v: Cowl,
election t'/f't"ti..n!/ and at such second To the Democratic Voters of \olusia] you to your satisfaction. 1 have liO offi.'e to tile best of HE\UY my': ability T. TITUS.run \0-1>;" i ( ,-ity, Florida I 1
primary
I only such electors as County: .. pledges"nor] fake promises to make, I5II... i "i'tyJtae.
! San Mateo 1 were 'I| jdiliod 1 to vote at the first rfa f.
Cigars j i! primary elect ii11 hall be permitted to I hereby for sheriff announce of Volusia myself county as a ,candidate subject further than I will agree, if elected, to JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. I l\ k 1,1 lI'aL..I'eDee? %.
,
; vote. visit each precinct once a year for the I hereby announce my candidacy for "Ii..lt" I II: ( usfocitrat. .
to the action of the Democraticprimarr. I ,
The LVmocratic purpose of giving the citizens an opportunity nomination to the office of Justice ofthe .',1, d. "JD\U D08
(:State: ) Committee CIa lit
I I callinc said primary election in compliance If elected, I pledge] / myself to: to pay their taxes. Peace in and for the Qgttth District I \\"iIIl'I, 1// J i1rrdees.Ahe F.ti
enforce the laws of the
i .. : Have Made j with 1 laws" hereby declares the impartially county, and to conduct the affairs of If the democratic party should Sf-e of Volusia County, subject to the. I f'UhfJ \ "u"Ul,
I fit to honor with this promotion I I The.-r' i
I' ttrm.ui>d Conditions on which legal l the office to the best of ability. me action of thfe Democratic Primary, May herefore, tt ciIIt
:: electors very my will endeavor to show my gratitude. If with moriUi 1. all arid in ... ..
nflYiing to become candidates I, I the of all I 19th 1908. If favored your support .
(or to vote at t-w-h earnestly request support not, I will be satisfied with the results!! ] administer creditor aid
h A election shall be re- voters at the it shall be my endeavor to decttsHi..tGit 1
c Reputation of II i jgardiil 1 and, taken ai: proper members primary.LEE MORRIS. and remain a democrat just the same. I I the duties of the office in an honest J pearlimittisCeurt I ,_Of bfe fe

4 of the Ik'iiKx-ratic party, and therefore -- -- -- Thanking my friends for past favora, ; and upright manner. 23rd d..\ ..f May, 1906, *t fit .
r., t ratified: t<> .participate and be candi- F SOR S1ERFK! I am. Yours to command, j W. II. PARKEH tion.-, if an:> tljey have, v.1ht

: Their Own. : ; antis i*"lore, :ami vote at such Meutions. To Democratic Voters of olusia Co.- W. II. IJRIDIL: I I --- ---- -- ---- -.. I :Icttrr.-< aforesaid otter* o

I as follows: I hereby announce myself as candidate FOR TAX ASSESSOR.To --I FOR COj SOLICITOR. I will b- pr.ntnl;: M prJi'
QUALIFICATIONS for the office of Sheriff of Volucia] I With.my name!
OF Mthe
CAXDIDIDATES.
i I furthe
T the People of Volusia County'i! hereby announce my candidacy :i
: The success of the San Mateo Cigar! is one of County, subject to the action of the Some years ago I was chosen County i office of County Solicitor for Volusia'county I ( .Uldy .11"rr..aJd.1II I 2 f%
Democratic to be held 19! I' April, i-io- J, LEE
May ,
primary
F Those and Assessor of Taxes for Volusia at the forthcoming primaries.
County. j
the greatest industrial of the East Coast only those persons, thai I 1908, and will appreciate 1 .
triumphs support. ; Coew
your
be permitted to become candidates be The tax liools at that time were far If elected I pledge mrartf to perform
If elected]
I _.
!since the freeze. fore or to vote at or participate in 1hmanagement '. duties of the office promise to the to perform best of the from perfect, a comparison of which the duties of the office fairly and impartially -
: : of any primary election I ability. BEDFORD JONES.my with the tax books of today will justifymy I and to guard to the limirof my
; held by the Democratic party in for. claim that have made great Improvements ability, the interests of the State sod lsssolm.i$1s NIrtict.

; Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the penin. ida, who are white Democratic electors,, DeLeon Springs. in this work, which i is now her people. Respectfully, BERT FISH. Noti" >. tif-rcby gives! ?ht: :;". .i::

; sula of Florida and the Island of Cuba can produce and wrapped who declare their adherance to the FOR MEMBER BOARD OF second to none in the tate. ncn
with the rich principles and organizations of the EDUCATION.I I respectfully announce my candidacy FOR JITIXSEOF CRIMINAL COI'RTThis : and Arthur f. JH..r mto I;' *
; silky leaf grown on East Coast plantations, I,; Democratic party-National, :State and I hereby announce myself a candidatefor for re-nomination to said office subject name and *t)i, 01 J. {.;. Bwa

the cigar industry of the world has never produced better goods. IPS County-who are by the laws of the re-election as a member of the to the Democratic Primary, assuringyou is voters to inform Volusia my friends,the that Democratic I has been di'.....,]'ved by ngzu ,. .

State lawful electois of the district in County Board of Education that if honored with another term I County Arthur I. Mil1er, aMImeul
subject to
I :
For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union i I which they offer to vote, who have the action of the Democratic Primary to I will devote my best efforts to the am a candidate for the office of Judge: and all )bills M the} tin:. s.> ai. ;:

p. News Company every train entering Florida. paid their poll taxes legally due not be held May 19, bOOS, and elected will faithful discharge;; of the duties of the of for the VoltMia Criminal Court of Record in and I him.RTH'R! I. t.t-! '

M less than ten days before such primary r endeavor to discharge the duties of the office. County, to be voted for m J. C. Sl'TlM .

: p Twenty sizes, styles and grades to select from. election is held, and who thall, when office to the best of my ability. For your pa. t kindness and consideration -/ the Democratic Primary to be held on Daytona lki.eh flit.. Meset! :' ';

challenged by any elector, pledge in I GEO. CROUCH.. I thank you very: much and will May 19, 19Uj. If endorsed and con "-

j : TOR SALE:: BY ALL DE LERS. I writing upon oath before an inspector, greatly appreciate a re-election at your I tinued in tile office by you, I promise tocontinue

J his honor to abide by and support the FOR REPRESENTATIVE. hands. !$. H. WILSON. i irORTAX the administration of the law P. B.
I DOBBlNSJGeneral : _
Manufactured Hy I result of such primary and vote for the I To Democratic Voters of Volusia Co.I .- as I find it, with justice tempered with
: I nominee thereof. hereby announce myself a candidate \SSJS; Op.. -1 mercy. I am indeed thankful for the keyftttss

S. W. ROWLEY. SANMATEO OFFICES TO BE FILLED. for Rcpres ntative from Volufia County, I hereby announce myself as a candi. confidence and favors shown me by you ing. Trunl npairInJ.<, valises ...."
!
date for the of Tax in i the past, and efforts will l be .
1 TLORIDA subject to the Democratic Primaries, i ositiun Assessor of my ever p&rasoIsrtp.1.,' land
: llach: elector qualified! to vote in sail and if elected] it will be my endeavor to Volusia County, in the Democratic Primaries to continue in your good will and to mowers I and rceecu., : .., :
tit...Au 'lit.AuALlAuA..A..Au Au A..Au Au'. I I primary elections shall have the right do the best I can for the interests of all to lie held on May 19th. I have merit your support and confidence in' ,Check" .-.I't-'pftr. !"t '.' >''_'-

to vote for parts of Volusia County and the pwiple] been a consistent democrat all my life thp future a? in the past.1S.A I 'ff'iai. .., ., : > '

One candidate fur United States Sen of the State generally. and if honored by the democratic voters A. STEWART. t Davt. ,,.. J .

; ator.One Respectfully, Volusin. << Ask Mr. Foster candidate for Governor, E. T. CONRAD. I promL-e to devote all my time to the -------

One candidate for Secretary of State, Daytona, Florida.FOR : duties of the office. A. T PATTILI.O.SUPERVISOR .
One candidate for Attorney General, .. ,- ',3333339333339439.)3333)3.3C53l H+4.s'T ,.'
MR. FOSTER KNOWS a deal about One candidate for REPRESENTATIVliLake -----------1
great Florida Cuba, Comptroller, I : OF REGISTRATION. '! q.

S : : Xassua, the Bermudas, the West Indies, Mexico and the One One candidate for State-Treasurer, Helen, Fla., March 4th, 1'JOG! To Democratic voters of Vol twin County: ;! "*0

-. South generally. lIe can render effecient aid in mapping Public candidate Instruction for Superintendent of To Democratic Voters of Volusia Co.- I am a candidate for re--Jwtion to the j T-

S out tours of Florida and the adjacent islands or for the One candidate ,for Commissioner I hereby announce inyx'lf as a candi office of :Supervisor <>f Registration and I LEADING

homeward Trip. lIe will write out and Agriculture] of date for the Legislature, subject to the ask your support, (pledging myself to I
your itenary engage decision of the legaloters of Volusia the faithful and impartial
discharge of
One
your sleeping carS parlor car or steamship accomoda- sioner candidate for Railroad Commi.- County, at the coming Primary Eire: the duties of the office.Respectfully |

tions. Mr. Foster keeps in touch with the hotels at all resorts One,candidate for (ion, on May 10th. 1'JOS.E! 1: Yours, CANDIDATE
... and State Chemist, \V. lION I.. JOHN I
knows
S generally just what accomodations are One candidate for State Attorney for \\CT1IKKELL.: j jSUPERI.NTEXDKNTOF

.. S available from day to day. He will wire for rooms at any 7th Judicial Circuit. I FOR) THE LEGISLATURE.: : -- --- ------- i I

.
: hotel, and will give you a personal letter of introduction to Court One candidate for; Judge, Criminal hereby)' announce myself; as a candi! : : ; ITBL1C IN I | FORUNITED
the Mr. Foster of Record of Volusia County, date for : STRUCTION:
proprietor. will sell tickets and nomination to the office tlf j 44
you
your One candidate for To the People ,f
County :Solicitor ( Vdnsia
member of the House of County;
engage your rooms for the OCKLAWAHA, ST. JOhNS OR Criminal Court of Record Ul'prc."f'lItat I
i TOilOKA of Volusis t \ Mihject to tIe action of the LVtnocratic hereby respectfully announce my I
RIVER ROl'TES.No Count.. primary. candidacy for the office of County Superintrndfnt -

S : Fees One candidate for Clerk of Criminal MACON THORNTON. ..f Public Instruction, sub
are Ever Asked or Accepted, Therefore i Court of Record ot Volusia] County, --- ----- --- ject to the approaching Democratic '"

: :: Ask Mr. Foster anything. time about Two candidates for Members of the FOR REPRESENTATIVE. primary.IT .
I
any any place, anywhere. He j House < f I
> Representatives nominated
Probably Kncws.S One I To Democratic Voters of Volu.-4a (' and elected, I promise<< STATES
j Candidate for 0I I to give whole "
'ounty
I I Judge. i I I have decided my time and very best '"
: MR. FOSTER'S OFFICES ARE AT THE SIGN OF THE MARK One One candidate for Sheriff for the nomination again to as ask your of support efforts in the interest of the schools of '"
QUESTION ( candidate for Clerk of the Circuit -I I one the this county, and with this assurance. I'
t' Court Representatives to the 1.(' i3Iature. I I
} respertly ask for
Jackconville, Fla., 210 hogan street, be Washington, D. C., 1333 Pennsylvania' One candidate for visa elected to that office hi ISOu and your support. } SENATOR
County Assessor
of
I tween Hotels Windsor and 1>u\"aJ. ave, second block bdow I" S. Treasury I!' Taxes, j Il'cn'ro you to the best of my al.ility and Sincerely, .
St.
1- Augustine, Fla., Cordova Corner. Od] Point ConJort, V.(. Hotel Cham- ; One candidate for Tax Collector if you sec proper to return me I phtlgemy : O. A. BOTTS.,' z.

Palm Poinciana.] Beach, Fla., facing Hotel Royal bcrlain] i <(< >ne candidate i for Supervisor of Regjisf I I honor to do all that I can for the''I SUPERINTENDENT- -- -- ___ .- .., .
Brctton Woods 'White people and their interests OF PUBLIC IXSTRrCTION. !
Mountain* X. ration I -
t Miami, Fla., Halcyon Hall.] II., in Hotel Mount Washington ,j One candidate, for County.Supcrinten'ilrnt >**|fc t .. I I). F. Molt lIlSON. I! To the i DUNCAN U. FLEr.:
Havana Cuba People
Votaria
I Corner Prado and Central Park. of Public Instruction. : I County, FUu-
I One candidate for FOR mPHI: ::';EXTAi-I\:. I hereby announce myself. a candi I :. .
County Surveyor date for
,
One candidate for To Democratic Voters of V.uluiia Co.- County Superintendent of 1
County Treasurer
: i Each such elector in During the J.1:>t three sessions; of the I Public JDstruet on. I have been a lifeJong -j ,
the rcspcctiv Florida Legislature, I have. Ixf Democrat and have helped Stands for Thes P, .. !'
: county commissioners' district n an at- to fight .
I : shall the I
battles
have the tache of the Senate: and have there 'f I tf Ifetnixracy 5ID('.- 176. I .
r..
I j I right to vote for one candidate Dcmorrai-y .I I ... ., Iatmtae' fM
i t. for county commissioner. gathered, by close slimily I und observation owes me nothing for my c.-. ., t.
; I {
loyalty
I to her. I .o.nP..rw
a certain of stand
knowledge indebted
the
: Each such elector : affairs to I her
I in the
:: county school districts shall respective have the i;> of the :State, as well as valuable rxpericnce -1 for fore the liberty which I enjoy. I there I I..... TaL8c..La
offer .
It! I ; right to vote for one candidate for a | of the mode and manner of Legislation -f May 19th myself at the coming Primary! i tsr TmrU It. '1.,n. .
member (If the board of public! instruc-j', I therefore feel I am qualified to nominate, as your servant. If I am I' Phee... F.r_... sac r .
r I represent the people of Volusia i and elected, I 1-1.> "
XPRE5S } County promise to five ...., Kypii1i5 t ..
: :
nt.s.Appr.cia
tion.Each | my undivided
, 'A such elector in the I as a member of the home of Represen attention in trying to' f Ga
j ; d PRPA1D respectivejustice's tatives and! I raise the "taudard of ....... --
I 4 districts shall have the respectfully announce my our schools to the : ,
right I1SadRi.S
I highest .
," candidacy for this office possible state of
to vote for subject to proficiency, and ,
one candidate for I'I
justice of' I .
5 will be fair 5' 0...... .
the peace and one candidate for your action al the coming Primary. I I treating all alike, with to TH' < h'

S"S_ ____ stable. conj II j i j have been a citizen of Florida twenty- special privileges to none Is Yavor" C0 i .

Four Delegates at Large to National j five the years. I know the needs and wantsof ----- -- OEO. T. SELF. 'tip...,, u... .... .
Convention, people. I shall always endeavor -- ------- ---- _,. -e.(4' .5 C :_ ..

H Two District Delegates, : to do the greatest .good for the greatest C. E. OHm DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE .
I : S One County Member State Committee, number. If you should honor me witha FOR 8UPER1NTENI I -- -- --' -

j Ij : IDoz One Member National Committee, nomination and election, I assure you DENT OF I
it will be SCHOOLS. "
my earnest endeavor
Five Presidential to
Electors prove
. :- myself of the To the Voters of Yotam FLORI04IA:
I Each such elector in their respective worthy trust and your I stand County: 5
i : DfltVERED FOR precincts thai! have the right to vote confidence. for for something. If it were not .
h for one candidate for member of the Yours very truly certain principles whieb J kaew': LOCALTIMJ
I OTTO R. would (kwbfc the S.o,99 .
} $ County Democratic KIRCHOF. effideaey of = .
Executive -=
I299 I ti*.. Commit- DeLeon Springs. -, leiMMb, 1 would not be a candidate urf S f 4o ,
I do not 19

!. including The respective members County of the Candidates,i FOR COUNTY TREASURER. I I but expect depend the on j In0P1e any political to see merit faction .:' .
i Legislature, :
: CHAS. to be voted for I take this method to inform the in the principals! ftlVb\ i :
BLUM & at said primary election voters stand and I : :
COMPANY in of Volusia County that I recognize ill me a : if f-I
i said County are hereby assssed as will be a I.HI &bii! wir!;; 'ii anti : :
: .\GEXCl"HST BREWING CO. follows: candidate for re-election to the office of worthy to put these t fr! .,.: .j'\; ]. :atttt'f ; .
Candidate County Treasurer subject to the I behe'.e! : the suprr''.< ""< : .-
i Blue for Judge of Criminal action "" ._ _:.., .
Ribbon
I' l' Beer and Lewis 66 Whiskey' Court, $30 00.Candidate of the Democratic Primary to be held spend hi! iiine among : t- ..,..,,' .
fend for Price List. for County Solicitor Criminal MmylQth. 1908. Promising if ejected ng; and tOCOUm'S;ir, ;:
.
UCKSON\ILLE, FLA. Court, 150.00.Candidate to preform the duties of the office in the viewir1: t: "i "' .-' "5--
,
future aa in the ougn ., "_
for Clerk nut, to the best of
of
...................... ................. Court, $35.00.Candidate Criminal! ability, and will be grateful to those wi my h.. ', ..,'
..
......... for will favor me with their vot : ; t
Member House of *? .
: flaprecuentaUves ,
.. .. -- SI
i MALLORVLINES : SI8.()(). J.J. YIXZA"FOR \ -" :: : :.."

.. Candidate for County Judge, $40.00. !\
. .
Candidate of Sheriff $75.00. :JUDGE CRIMINAL, COUJIT.: .

.: $150.00.Candidate for Clerk of Circuit: Court? takeWii md' o> teein tieCounty S ___ ______ ; 7f\: : ..

-'." L : : .
; '
Candidate for Assessor ofT. a S .;se
,
r : S 1.4 knc'r ;
SPECIAL Candidate for Tax Collector,
S PASSENGER.EXPRESS; : Crodidate for I aubieet: '
Supervisor .
'. 0 t. "
: ,I/ tion, 900. -,'"-: ,J .: p.IVa.fldJune : :
STEAMSHIPS. 16, Ass the
: Candidate for S-t S '1 ab-i ,
: Largest and most! thoroughly equipped lie Instruction} wilts aeleetkui I yap sz.rt If tiS' .'
passenger .
S steamships on tile : Candidate dischare the diitle
coast. -

L :S NO OVERCROWDING. S S candidat.ft.$50.00sS ...._, 4. $
Itnnorranr STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY "
GUARANTEED -
S :
.Candida* -, 'e-
*
on these snips, as no tickets will be sold to ,. I ':';
: the number of exceed $5.09.'" : .. ;
berths ;
or the
seating
: capacity of ,
i S luring all passengers; individual service and attention.Dining Halla, tons Inr : ;. ; 1'1'n tlg tti'

: PASSENGERS "" that I aa i i .
LEAVE
S JACKSONVILLE EVERY a At :: ...
'
: (See Schedule of THURSDAY I re-election to the o:; 'J f .
in f1"T.J1ti
r ships Florida a
Times-Union. aItoot
) : /udf*;subject .
S LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK' : to the act r ; .
AND t
: Including delightful DAYLI6BT ALL POINTS NORTH ;f tic primary to be held May 11 i # f I LH"IJH't"; mceJf as ", C&l>,jIlJa'' tnr} ''w.. : ;". '
I S SAIL through thei -+ 1g ..> Should yoti again honor with ciupecm tender!L of Public I,I :. : :
FAMOUS IlIIItructioe I \ *' .
"SEA ISLANDS &It oJuaia > 11 5baity -
S Through tickets: sold ,*t,. ., .'It:: Uasitha1Ierideao: ?, &I fa the County subject to the *. L' IJ ** *-. '
to all Northern the letioo of : 1's 1
: pointy. For-foil; Democratic :
: du_', PrImuy. !.I
-J RANCH
l'f'gardinaraUractio"olfel'ed other = .of the I have been ; >\I'
i by no line 'diarg a teacher IOO
j' in p lll
S, S ticketaetc..applyto .j _&r.E.-""' <;. ":,.'. iwtflty.s1i the pubfie seheols for I j .* {S. 64Q pm SSK.iiSS j-jiS. "vi.:. ,. .
,
: 1fft.;: :..){cCROny.. Years, the pad J 'i'n Crtpn 108 .
sixteen
F. M. -
t
: I'lor1da. In **' '
IRONMONGER, Jr.: ''j "- -.....:; 11 --.- the U I should be the choice ; :s.jiiisasE.:! !(j Ss .LY.4tlaattto.. Rt'a. I ; ,
: of Ar. ..
N .
: people for : .
AlSlat&D&GeDeralPaue ... this position Ti rt ) '
ItU geI It No.1 __ _
.. 4RMYCOMhtISS1ONER. shall 'I -
: Geo. H. my pleasure be 0a,1, .o. -- .
dark. .. ; to 'I 11.11
Local iL ,
..................... Agent" 5ti _r St ;: : :; Te .e4)eiocaUc- voters of ComQ &. office to the beet execute of my the duties of the I I-, .'1ft I.. SliD.- I Or.DI.C1t, r.acla I lJ&11y No.2 J'fo D.II' ,. q I'o.. 11. S.'M4..... .
: DieVict ability "II-I;; ... .
ti .. No. 1- working for the improvement aJw.ylS I ;;; Lv.New IuD. 1'1 'o'.n' t1 __
itS. '. .-...,..... """"" "",-' ,,,, ., Grateful to the people for past favors .schools and for the best of the I :t JII" "" 8yreaA. ,.. ;;: S '. anlS'lhei -----IliOl.--;-S \1 '.,..
S "" Ud yieldIng to'the cause of interest of the I PIG f JU so aID .. .T ;1 L>
wishes Ly.Oru Ilspm/6-1\t'1-: !
1F "" of my Deoo. education. ." m"I ".m .,. City L.. / : .u ___
4 .'"" .... !erabefriezide i Hereby announce O'u a. I ___ ._
.' :as caadjthto myself J. M. CHAFFER. {'G.... "' :.:, ..._
for
-, .. renomination as County I tI..lDad.a'a.'e-bt. : ....
FOR .
u. Cojner CLERK F K.9" 011 ..
.fl from this CRIMINAL : 'or K.Y' 'V..d _
$ S. district tie. TUII!: r _
:Pmnar,. JIay 19th. a; the If the COURT. a"d d.p...fro. 'b.&Im..t ... "
wh1
Toters in .I.lect Us.Sws.i b
rlr -... Very Respectfully.0U should desire the coming primy .L" I. .0tC.ara"ke4 ...; b.t the'r tr./:::."."a&
R. D. BROOKE.. as Clerk of the me to continue my duties j fom Bcnf. art.t.' {;;...!< .*Compaay. held Itself r.poaim<*Viii
n Florida. CrimInal) Court r..
,
gratefully I will j c'u or&..
accept their 1At'1' r...
S WbheL! .tt: Card '1'Other
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St : CE.. 'y. BRISTOL IAHNER.A..ta t TilE Qe TICKET AG Jnf.j.t
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a ET.rrwhtrt. Reachci All CUnes. -- -- --

___ __ Daytona, Florida, Saturday, May 9, 1908- Beat AJT.rtUlai Medium la D ytoo a sad Vlclttltj. ,Price 5 Cents

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r on t. ajto See the I I'
l i CANDIDATES : Fronting on the Electric LtahM ud : '

: WHO HAVE FILED. j/ : Halifax Ri"t'f. Modern ImronIntntl i

Continuous Moving Pictures .1.......r. . . . ...........,.. : .
1 1 1 .
.I-.C -1- -1-t-1 .t-1./.1./././.............1.1.1-.111-.1-.1-.1-.1.-1.-1.-1.-1.-. :

The time allowed and allotted to pros.
y.: : ,]. Tinder the management of W- (i. HOBBS. FREE BRIDGE OR pective candidates for State and County MANY NEWREGISTRATIONS. : SCHMIDT'S HOTEL
'
1-| Peck Block, foot of South Bridge: officers to file their applications and deposit : Formerly Schmidt's Tills
Picture changed their assessments for the placingof
i Tuesdays REDUCED
Thursdays and Saturdays. TOLLS. : "E.'IY SCHMIDT" dr SON: ,
:!. ;,, 'I: See live Alligator in windowL their names on the official ballot to Proprietors,
'tilt"I be voted on in the coming Democratic t DAYTONA: FLORIDA.
A- I Admission 10 cents. Primary, has closed, and the eampaign 't't't 5 -

.. .....................................,,,,,,,,?.I Correspondent Says all Automobile is now on in earnest. The following The Books Closed on Monday.-\'e.- .
< Owners names will the official ballotsin
1' are not Millionaires appear on : Fine Home TaL
'f terday Was the Last Day in Delightful
Yolusia County: Reasonable Rates Sunny Room. ,
Free Bridge Possible. ,
Which to Pay Poll Tax.
J Editor For United :State Senator. " " " " ,y" " "
GazetteNewsOne :- John S. Beard. The registration books for the Democratic y

: y'f "r CHAS 1:6: i iRc1| growth of and the greatest hindrances of to the I N. B. Broward. Primary closed Monday, and :
prosperity Daytona and yesterday was the last to
the towns on the peninsula, is the ex- I Duncan U. Fletcher. opportunity ....................................................
{ William U. Lamar. pay poll tax for the years 190C and i
horbitant rates of toll exacted for crossing For Representative in Congress for the 1907, so as to entitle persons to vote. i
the three bridges over the Halifax Second Congressional District. At 5 o'clock on last evening Tax Col- The Breakers by the Sea. ff f

ft'D river. In the first place, keeping the rank Clark. lector D.P. Smith cloned the poll tax

ry Goods. three bridged; which are controlled, and For Presidential Elector books, as required by law, and voters SEABREEZE, FLORIDA. .
I for
the most part, owned by the same H. P. Bailey. who' have not paid their taxes cannot i
z.
.!L parties! under separate regulations, is 1". W. Butler. participate in the primary.).
i absurd and Will be opened Tune 1 under the management; of I. M. MABBETTE.
: a pass or a ticket on one Robert E. Dav-is. There has been a decided increase in

4;; Phone 102, Anthony Block, : bridge should be good on any other George L. Lappingtmi. payment of polls during the last week,
bridge. The house will be conduct d on a higher plane than ever before, thoroughly -
: but failed to and will
: George C. Martin. many persons pay
:.f' 1 : Then renovated and refurnished. Rooms single or ensuite, with or without
the
obstacles put in the way of SamueIP&8ro. be barred, because of unpaid polls.
the private baths. Fine fishing and the best surf bathing in the world. 1 1SEA
sy' ferry boat landing just south of the
DAYTONAFLORIDA. : C. J. Strozier.For Tax Collector Smith and hU efficient
"ft 1 : Central Bridge, which was a most desirable Member the National IVimxratic I assistant Leo Fuller, were prepared for FOOD A SPECIALTY. A TRIAL .SOLICITED. .,

............................................. accomodation to many people Committee. the rush and promptly accommodated
who could sot walk over the bridge, indicates T. IX Alexander. everyone, and the business was carriedon Rates $1.00 per day and upward according to location) of .room .

the "grab-all" policy of the Basil O. Bowden. with dispatch.Tax NlNNNNNIN..N.N1N..........................
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:w : ............... t.1. : bridge owners. With the ferry landing!, Max M. Brown.J. Collector Smith; u now busy

north of the bridge, compelling opening Hall Brumsey.A. maUag up the list: of those who have

r At Cost for Cash. i the draw about four timea an hour, C Lewis. paid the polls charged against them .

greatly hindering the patrons of the Charles F. Eaton. and will hand this over at once to Super- ltd

bridge, makes two ways by which the D. J. Ilerrm.A visor of Registration John It. Wetherell.The City

{ .:J. i bridge&: company b discommoding the J. P. Julian.A. registration books, including the
Over 500 Cases of Fancy Groceries public. Can the people be ''dnv"en" to S. Mann. new voters who swung into line for the
OPEN All THE YEAR
patronize the bridges? Jas. Harvey \\ithcrspoon Phillipps. primary are posted and made out in ;M
\ : and, Table Delicacies. Publishing the receipts of the North Frank W. Pope.J. duplicate, as required by law. tl

'I Bridge, which is the least used, is not H. Reese. Supervisor Wetherell and his deputieswill <..Mr ELECTRIC LIGHTS.
;", Not selling out or quitting business, only to reduce my very convincing: that the other bridges R. II. Schakleford. begin work on the list of those ,4; ELECTRIC BELLS.

;n, stock BO I can enlarge my store and make it a two-story build- : do not pay large dividends. And then J.'. B. Stoneman. whose taxes have been paidas furnishedby t 'tl a Hot and Cold Btts.

'I I log. This will enable mo to make a better display and to handle : paying: out the receipts in salaries, to Delegates to the National Democratic Tax Collector Smith. Opposite the Table Fint-Clau. 3
I I
': the officers, who are also the owners, is Convention from the Second<< Congressional names of registered voters who have I
1 my'atock to a greater advantage and better -
so serve _
my only a trick to show small div idends. 1 District. paid will be stamped, on the registration -
:$ growing trade. These goods will be in my way and I have no : The rate of toll for automobiles is Unreasonable E. W. Bond. books, the word Paid," in the GEO. H. MATTHEWS I

:: room in which to store them while enlarging my store, so I will : as I happen to know from T. S. Davis.: 'column for IdOtt and 1907, or either or

fit.sell' .them at cost for cash. They are strictly first-clans and : experience, and they really do less harmto Pat Murphy.Frank : both. S PROPRIETOR. ,,
) the bridges than any other sort of Stbrin Those against whom no poll tax i*
3: fresh goods. Call and see what I have to offer.S. ,
.- : : conveyance. And the automobile u J. 11. Viok charged have already been stamped a* r+-.... .... .... .... ........ ......... ....NN/M.
charged more than a pair of horses! Fur Governor: ""uon-hable" and as soon as the list I j

j' W. CARROLL, with steel; shoes to dig up the planking Jefferson B. Brown.. from the tax collector is received, and I& HENDERSONV1LLE J i!

of the bridges. Contrary to the opinionof Albert W. Gilchrist. hacked against the list of registeredvoters i HOTEL GATES, North Carolina. |

the bridge owners, all automobilists John N. C. :btocktou.: everything will be in readiness l
cI -. The North Beach st. Grocer. are not millionaires, and it makes a considerable For Secretary of State. for the primary, M far as qualification i Blue Ridge Mountains, Altitude 2500 feet. 1

tax for a man owning an automobile 11. Clay Crawford.For of electors and posted books are con- .
't. Telephone. 19. : in Daytona, to take his family Attorney General. cerned.In : Through sleepers from Jacksonville, Fla., dally.

..:;1 .I over to get a look at the Atlantic ocean, Daytona there were 51 new registrations \
; ..1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.....t.1.r.t....... \\.H.Ellis. while Seabreeze Pure mountain air and spring water. Trout and bass fisainj j \
; once in a while. boasts of anew
"{, .'J.f": ---- -- -- Unless there is a substautil areduction Park II. Trammell.For Comptroller. electors. t Riding and driving. Health and comfort combined. An up to ) | I

r ef tolls, and tickets made good on any Thomas J. Appleyanl. The printed instructions for inspectorsand date hotel at moderate cost. Address for rates, reservation, etc., J > s

t YOU WILL I FIND WHAT YOU SEEK bridge, the agitation for a free bridge A. C. Croom. clerks, and the printed cards instructing i si

4 S. + e under the category of' real estate, whether should be kept up and it can be secured J. W. Knight.For. electors how to vote, etc., I WAI. .HRWETT, Manager Hotel Gates, t

',:: i' it be a house, store, stable, farm or city Yours Truly Treasurer.W. have been printed, and are on hand IICXDERSOXYILLE N. C. l
M. H. H. ready for distribution. They will bekent ,
: country lots unimproved for your own tent V. Knott.

:s ..'i' r._ ancy, to rent to others or hold as an m- For State Superintendent of Public In out to the several polling places N.N1.1.1.1.N/NNNN NN/NNNNNN NN....
'eatment-ail these parcels-on our lists, A Campaign Liar. struction. when the ballot boxes, tally sheets etc.,
-r; r"-' which are free to your search. \\eare atyour \\in.M(. Hollow ay. are sent, with the ballots.
lIe always comes as an election_ or"primary" The books with the of the
stjviee for anything I in the real rotate For Commissioner of Agn<'ulturc. names
i approaches. lie is no re-
B. E. McLm. qualified electors therein, are completed,
,, ;;:;j' business. of hv is frequently
spector persons For Hailrollolll'ommissiollf'f. save for the checking up against the
J. C. BUTLER well nigh omnipresent. No one's Royal C. Dunn. tax collector's list,and this is being doneas
safe in his hands, he
is
reputation rapidly Norman S.
as possible.
F.. W. In"ine. Dayton
..- Heal Estate. Life, Fire and Accident Ink spares not yourself nor your family in \V. K. Jackson State Democratic Chairman Arthur T.
'
ii Phone 231. Daytona Heath Fla..0 his malicious effort to lain his point. Julius Salomon. Williams has sent out the required list

; lIe attacks sometimes openly but us- For AdjutantGeneral.J. of state candidates, whose names must
-.. ;;; --- --- ually under, cover, like the Indian he R. Foster. be printed on the ballots each county,
LUMBER.
............................... ..................+MAsk seek to cover his"tracks, but gets For State Chemist. with' the list properly certified to, as required -
: there just the same. His lies are circulated by law.
R. II Rose.
?&;. for the Bread : by insinuation, by shrug of the For Justice of the :Supreme:! Court. The list of county candidates is, of Yard, Magnolia Avenue and 1E.. C. Railway. [Alto
bhoulder, by nod or shake of the head, course, in the hands of County Chairman
x William A. Hocker. -
Plans Estimates and Real Estate office
: by stating half truths as well as whole Thomas M. Thackleford. Thayer, and everything is, therefore, Superintendence.
; with the t stamp of falsehoods. No motives are goodS lie For State Attorney, Seventh Judicial ready for the printing': of the ballots."SI" 1st doorsouth of .P. 0. W. H. EDMONDSON, Manager,

: impugns them all. There is nothing Circuit. I Daytona: Florid Phones at office, yard and residence.
: in one save "me and my wife
good any
John C. Junes.
John and his wife." His ambitious Hopkins An Alleged Murderer."Si" .
: my son I
gVylalmlllJW 1 h ayM ; D Bakery .
, Daytona Continued next
4 l' must be gratified, it matters not ( on page> Hopkins, well known in Daytonaas
: whose carcus he must \\'alto\
over -- --- a base ball player, is languishing in

y : gratify them. lIe sows dissention, ...t.t.t.t...1.t.tt.1.t.t. the county jail at Miami <:harled'ith' a
H. E. QUIGG he destroys reputations, alienates r I double murder. Friday night he shot :............................*.......++.+.... +*...

: friends divides families, assassinates Local Paragraphs. : J. I). Walker and I'L. Stafford at 1
:
.' : character. His motto is "get there," North Miima Hopkins had been indicted -
:=. :.:o/. ,,.,,il'.. '''' Proprietor.. be the means fair or foul 'get there." .t.....t.a.t.I.t.a.t.t.t.i by the federal (irand Jury for Ii CONRAD GROCERY CO. i

lie is a dangerous character, the A. R. Tdwards;: and family departed alleged irregularities; in removing the
:- '- It It It It It It..............N....N....If.......... "Campaign Liar." Avoid him, disbeilev : Monday[ for Xarragansett Pier, H. I. cargo from a stranded ship. It is fur- : i

S e him, nullify his slanders, encour- ther alleged that he ailed bpaflord and : .
yti --- -- age truthfullnesji, charity, kindness. Mrs. Brower entertained very pleasantly !- Walker to go on his bond, and upon

.:: ; 'tN****************....**. **************************r Not all candidates are liar., thieves,r at cards Friday evening of last: their refusal: to do so !shot them tx>th. : Carry a Full and Complete !

) : murderers, the "campaign liar" to the week .

:: N. ERIGKSON ]r contrary notwithstanding. The "cam Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Davis left Monday I Death-of-isitor.- h f Line of Plain and Fancy

11 paign liar" should have no abiding! place home m Grand a i
WorKer. jj for his summer Rapid*
:I Cabinet Maker. Wood : among us. But he can thrive only Muh.I I Jacob S. Morrow died at Daytona

the credulity of the people. Beach'List Sunday morning of tuberculosis !
upon
any"Y made to order] J
Picture Frames, Door and Window Screens I "Avoid him, pass not by him turn from Mrs C. M. Christy and family closed at the age of 40 The remains. IGROCERIESi0

.ate':.a Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. i: him: and I juts away." their beautiful Ridgewood: home Monday were embalmed by the Bingham .\: .

- .. I. -_ ---- and left for their summer home in Maley Co., and taken to Scottdalt, 1'60. i .
.;,_- n" "N................... ******************-*******#[_ ;i Truck Growers} Elect Ofticers.I St. I.ouu. the late home of the decayed, for burial.I : -- --- :
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; r------- -- : .. .1 I One day last week the Daytona Truck Today's issue of the ( Gazette-News Mrs. Morrow accompanied the body. .
..... ...... 1. !.! : Th deceased came here some time ago i
t and Fruit Growers Association held their many mtresting political advertisements hoping. that the climate would pro'ei I i CLOVER HILL BUTTER. i

axi R. D. TAYLOR, Electrical Contractor :: I second meeting for perfecting organization and every voter should read beneficial to his health, but the tlrl'ad'' .. .
and election of officers in the Oliver every advertisement carefully. I i .
: disease far .
had
already too progressed.Addition ;;
I House Wiring a Specialty.Tin 1 :t on Orange Avenue the City Hall
:. ... being Garage used by the City Council for a Rev and Mrs Howard B. Gibbonsare I I i The Conrad Grocery Company |
Shades where Mr Gibbons will
,
Apopka
Dealer of All Kinds. Futures :: I The constitution and I to Hotel Dcspland.
: in Electrical Supplies : special meeting. r :
baccalaureate to tile : 1T, Conrad Co's. old stand.
the sermon :
preach
1-1.\
": DA\ ION A, accepted as drafted by the .
t
8 avenue, t by-laws were .
= No. Orange
"; .Lamps. ......... committee assigned for the work, and Apopka High School tomorrow.The A three-story, 'fifty-room additionw .....................................................
; ....... ill be made to the De this
pland summer -
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J',#; ; ,, ................. the following officers were elected to City Council will meet in regular the contract for which has byn let

-; """.1It' 1-... -- serve until September,will when take the annual place session Monday evening at which time to S. II. Ctove The e\tenaion/Vill be ....... H........................................++t
officers :
f .....................Np election of the proposed ordinance to extend the made at the east end of IheXmilJmg, : :
v' ............. 4 President J. W. Ball; vice-president, electric light franchise will come for J. B. G.P.ltlO/
up which, when completed, mn give the :
: ::.t WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATINGgetting \ i iI Leon Desl'land; recording secretary, U.L. consideration; on third reading hotel something over ninety-room ac : ..\ dose examination of eiectrl.al .-, :
I I Smith; managing secretary and treas- This under work finished and for .
Furnace commodation. hostelry the charged
Air H. L. who for
i; j Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Roof, a Hot >\'. F. Holmes; and board of direc- Robidere many years: I I : ,
$ a urer travelled the East Coast for Armour 1 I capable management: of L Maite I: i from this shop shows how squarely .
l t ; modern O. L Spring, 1'. M Greene A.McF. I0 I :
complete a tors, fine and the addi- and honorably we transact our.
to has a reputation, new :
''r't<< any of the other metal necessities required I Irr Porter, P. J. Haw ley, Chas S. Co., but who for the past year has been I L '
manager of the Macon branch, has returned tion i. made to meet the constantlygrowing business. Electrical repairs receive i
dwell ing, remember that Harris, Geo. J. Van de Ford Wm. M. to Daytona. Mr. Robidere will demands for greater ac,'GUV I : : special attention. noM

" ,,<11l" .;. Moore. _---- resume his former duties on the East modations. I : who employ us never worry about i.
:t; Coast I I our charges, and they know before -.
SON For Sale. --
C. NASH a I I I"J Press : engaging us that our work :
I ... riA The Gazette-Xewa has bought a new 1: H. Armstrong, who has: succeeded I A pleasant party spent last Sunday : manship will be the beat. :
r .fr S DAyTON. i press and to make room for it desires to L. M. Murray as traveler for the East down the river on the yacht "Lucile." L j ,
:> fair in good Coast for Marx Brothers,A>f Jackson- Those comprising the party were Capt. I
service at prices. sell a Campbell cylinder press Co. -
best prepared to give prompt and I reliable condition. Any publisher of a weekly ville, baa rented the Co
i'. enueneit to the Armory. in need of a can haveit. Bay Street, formerly occupied by Mr. White Mr and Mrs. F. J, Slyer, )lr.I .
Volu6iaA> press
: General on newspaper : 232 South Beach Street.J .
;,, repair shop sol1clted. Xo reasonable offer will be refused, Murray, from Smith & Hitch the real and Mrs I N Conrad and Mi:_ LaugLrey i :
'-i 0.58. Out of town work t'' te dealers. I .+.*>+......*........+.......+.......4.. ....*... .Lt..c .

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.. THE DAYTONA GAZETTE NEW ] NrV.WIWI'Ni'' WNNNN



; ... PUBLISHED. E. FITZOERALD EVERY SATURDAYT. EdItor HMMMAJAflES W. PERKINS .



THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY .

'" (INCORPORATED* !., A Man Qualified in Every Way for the Judgeship.


E&kred&t the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Hatter.
t man than those who touch elbows with him ;;
Until the early cf last week there
SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1908 c} part daily and know him as they know themselves.

---I I t was "ginger"m in the political campaign Little can be said of Mr. Perkins' official
of Volusia Ccunty. There were lots of candidates -
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. -. t life that is not already well known to nearly
for some cf the cfEces: bat as they '
.. .... ... -n;0 every man in Volusia Coonty. The position
Oat eapy one jtuOn :: ....:= .. :: ::: : :::: ::: : : !1 wtre conducting a "still' campaign i;. there
75
*copy As.months =:: : :: :: :: : : ==::: = ::::: : : i of County Solicitor that he has held for the
one copy three months. : .. .. .... ... .. ... .... ... ::.' .. 40 was n- excitement and but little interest except :
______ -______._ -- i the candidates themselves past twelve years he has filled to the satisfaction .
'.. I among of all. Of course, he had his troubles
ADVERTISING RATES. However, U1.1tters"ere net: to remain "
in his conscientious efforts to conduct this .
DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS.Rat this condition and when J. W. Perkins. 'L: .> '
f .... .......... office for the best interests of !the people.
*per Inch per insertion to regular advertisers.- I J cents present County Solicitor in the CnnuiiJi 4
t RU inch Insertion for less than three months .-. _15 cents I He was hampered at times by the "other
per per :5iii Court of Record, announced that he >h_ ,
:
'Rate per inch per Insertion for single iniertion ...._...... ._._30 cents fellow who wanted the job and who naturally
t withdrawn from the for re-election ,
READING NOTICES OR LOCALS. rape: : :

Rat per line, each insertion_ ._.. ..?......................-.. 10 cwt; that office and had decided to enter the ra- e or unnaturally put every possible
t RATES FOR CHURCHES LODGES. ETC f'lr'> the office of Judge of that Court matte '< obstacle in his way. Naturally, he made

AO club,society organization,lodge sad church notices, otter than rthgr.':!! tr-k and the A enemies among a certain class. It was his
a new turn political
Krrlctt eenU line. Carda of thanks 50 cents ach. Rf'CI>lc or.I. 5 w i' pot -
o per line. Legal advertising per at legal rates. =-- merited to boil at a lively rate. )Ir. I'erk* ... business on behalf of the state, to bring

GENERAL PROVISIONS. announcement created n-/l/ only interest .,. criminals to the bar of justice and in doing;
K0 tingle charge for display advertising of any kind leso tt.sn VJ nm*. enthusiasm! and from section of he this, of course, he Has, no doubt, made enemies -
Good position given every advertisement. An extra cfcaree 2 Trots per it I twfll every 1
be made for ads with spedCed positions. No spenal portion n'tn on *d- ounty came words of approval an< .espre- among the criminal class.
I M than eve Inches. i s i 'r.s that indicated Mr. Ferkia' Howeur, if these are the enemies that he
for the first | No dTtrtiaements accepted page.
Extra charge made on display advertisement r.nta.ni3g: all acrtare (.t a.. 1* with our people. baa made during his official life, the good
.
than 30 words to the fnch.T "feourse.it i iunnecessary to intn .iMi people of Volusia County can well afford to
All bale payable on the first of each month. I
____ -_ _-- -- Perkins l fc the people of V.Jti-i i'i f"i.ll\, 'loie him for the enemies Le has made.:"
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t .. knows him and he ... As to Mr. Perkins fitness for this office-
J. It )I isrrh, U I No IWn. : everyone kn'f. -
CANDIDATES li'ad-Law. Ua. XK. .-. t. jtie Ilmast e has been a resident of t tin cowry as to his ability to fill it with credit and 'ii

;. !I.. Putter IX*. SoI_ f'ir years, and during perhaps tr+f\e! dignity and to the entire satisfaction of the
WHO HAVE FILED I Jutke of the 1.....
;
Henry T Titus 1 or t fifteen years of that time habetain put I people I of the county, there fan.. be uo quern

Continued from first page., \\'. H. Parker. lie life. Now, an average man, in pri\'att- lIon. Before he was appointed to the office
Members .vt*ol l Beard life, may live for an indefinite time in a community
i
Members of the Legislature.
of Solicitor he practicing
County was a
Otto K. Kirchoff. \. \V. Gould. and among the people and while he .
f D. F. Morrison. A. B. Pmatt. i may not walk! in the straight and narrow attorney in good standing well versed in the

J. E. Alexander. j. E. 3l.lVahs ice. :t path of virtue and rectitude, his misdeeds if >ci i s iay.. H was "j",) ( 'I} IJ"' law. The duties that have devolved upon
Geo. F. Crouch.
E. T. Conrad.E. I he such ;.ar+ret hia Muai!) w t 'jars: d!>arlD"4
Members Executive Cemmittee. I .43 gulltof mace'er. be knowu.It him z* county solicitor: have increased hisknowledge
.
Macon W. Bond.Thornton. |, T. J.Sparkman. is not true of a man m public life. lie is the days ."J h., early t.jamioc
4 t Judge Criminal Court. I E. F. Russell. Constantly in the lime light; his deeds and they had taken deep enough: root v< atfnt:; ur
conversant) with just that section of it that
: Wm. Padgett. 'nfluence his life.
i I.A. Stewart. his misdeeds especially the latter-are mature
I J. W. Perkins. t Jamea E. Cade. known and commented on, and the "spot" These thins are known and appreciated will be of most Talue to him in his new
M.C. Cone.
it County Judge. t Henry Schmidt light shows up to the multitude any defect ty those who are ao fortunate as to know office of Judge of the Criminal Court of

' u'I4 I J. L.* Clerk McCrory.of the Circuit Court.S. A. R. Cooley. of his character, and emphasizes anJ magnifies Mr. Perkins intimately-tohae the pleasure Record.

II. H. Strother.S. little deviation hit of daily association with him. The -e people
t S. D. Jordan. every in career The people of Volusia I County will make
r Clerk of the Criminal Court E Lemon. from the straight and, narrow path. It lute him for hcnesty: hit uprightness, his
G. W. Tedder.W. no mistake in electing Mr. Perkins to this
1 i
Q. W. Bristol. speaks volumes for Mr 1'erkinsfor his frankne and his broad philanthropy, hi*!

Ben Fish.County Solicitor. i Perry L.Jones.G. Andres. private life and his: official acts that though \vattn-hf-arteJness and best of all. for his unfailing office-and that they will elect him seems to

a Sheriff A. Dimmick. he has been in public I life among us for MJi.>pK! cf a 'milk! of human kind l be a foregone conclusion. if\the sentiment.

LaeUorri*. M. A. Bronson.G. many years, the Ime.hfbt has failed tshow .> liesLat make tIle world akin.' and these in his home precinct-DeLand-is a criterion -
E. L. W. Futch. a Claw, and among us as a traits and attributes are only retorted here '
man of irreproachable character his vote on the 10th will be all but
-- he benefit
ene
G. M.A1lm. Coleman Williams. In a general} wafor. tie ( of those who
i Bedford Joneo. Grant Bly. public acts and private I life r will tear the are less lurtunate in their krj-nvlrdge I cf, the unammoUSDe Supplement}

Treasurer State Executive Committee

i. J. J. VIntant.Tax Collector.W. G.. W.S Sheldon.Fisher.R. 11!!?1 J !!: \ \y.lylv? \ \y WW\\ \\J Jar 1 \\J I.\Y.YNM} mA

H. M Bride. _. .
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D. Peridn Smith. ,'Theme The Whupered" Romance of the J'ROR.\; .. j Mrs M. B. Church and Mrs D. 15.!j I,I i Mrs. James -Kincaid: ---gave-a linen-, Mrs X. B. Wheeler for
left Tuesday
r Tax Assessor. GRADUATES WILL i "iJig Tree, i iXfrucLette I. Sluai.. MareL} .. ... 1 i
; \\'ill"'JII. shower
for her
I Il'AKE j \"f'call
8. B. Wilson. Alliene Wilson I! Injliann": will (furnish the cousin Miss Xettie< Cresco, Iowa. Mr. Wheeler trill reman
IiivocatK/n.
A.T. Pattillo.Superintendent. i,Them: Nature's Appeal to( Great Poets, :: 3.: lusje.I. music, uiiil) Mi....; hlla Willauiue will'ireai :{: Pacttu Wednesday afternoon, fMm; here for some time.
i four till six, to her lady friends
FINAL BOW. young
'
of Public Instruction Alice Ruth Coward. le at the
<
i,; 4. Salutatory, I5of ert* Frances U<44r<. : | organ I
i Jv F. AUdi Theiue Immigration is Beneficial to:' _. _. ---.-- FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL
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15. Class Hihtory and !I i!
1'rorJv-cy
a T. Self. KKK the South, ,: la observance of the summer
C. E. Orth. I Mae Coriune Bond Fannie May Mferif-y.r *For Sate: -As I am now tra eitog.and Ii j! day hAlf holiday the Thurs-j VOTE FOR
i agreement
stores
Commencement Exercises of the Daytona ,. ,,,6.'aledi..t A.O. Botts. Theme I>\'tlopm:nt of the Sta.e.Iay 7. Musfc. my I were closed Thursday afternoon,and the! Park M. Trammell .
High School Will Occur Lillian territory I offtr at a Inv figure all or{'
J.II. Chaffer. Quattlebaum. ]
numerous
iThni I I *mplo>es enjoyed a well
Supervisor !ef Registration.J. Friday Et'tDlDr.ay 15lh. <>: S-.ienoe and Education I I >. (last Address, .. .. any part t-f my profrty co prlai&; : 21 I earned rest. A Friend to the People. \
R. WethereU. Roberta Frames Hobbs j I Arthdcacvn IVrcy I! > iiu>ni. >dwellings 1 ttore 1 corner lot on nay :. I
' County Commissioners. The baccalaureate sermon to the SALUTATORY. ,,9. )Iui -;.-. and Beach trd.il.: suitable for buslnrss,i i iI ii

1 Dawson Brown, Dis. No. 3. graduates of the Daytona High Fannie '110.,i 1'rtMnUtK.o of(Cla.-, i hotel or opera house and a rise acre :I J+

f A. S. March, Dia. No.1. School will be delivered by Dr. B. May Class Moseley IILtor, and Principal J. I.. \\right 1 farm; see any real e Ute man or J. I:! ''i, SOME TIMELYSUGGESTIONS.1Vhat

John J. Dyall. Dis. No.S. F. Marsh at the Congregational Ila'l: Clement Williamson, ProIbeCY'1,j,I... 1'refutation of I'.pfou.*, Itu-h, owner. U.1n + .
R. D. Brooke. Die. No. 1. Rev. A. J. \\ lttt-r.
Church tomorrow VaMi'! tory. _
at
S. B. Owens, Dis. No. 5. o'clock. morning ten Motto: Grin and Bear It. 1:. Muie-America-Audkn: '*. -. intimate knowledge of the building -i
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G.W.FisherDifl.No.2.W. The CUsS Colors: Yellow and \\hite. 1.3 Btnedn tion. interests of this locality will save +' can compare in value and importance with our boys and girl? .
.C. Cannons Dis. No. 2. commencement exercises: will
Class Ho Her: Pond Lily. you many annoyarwea' ; add perhaps extra -
A.,W. Price, Dia. So. 3. be at the Congregational Church The tla->!jelected the' salatutorian, costs. Let us f"hiith "i>u. Itc'oSL 'I Their welfare} is the highest interest that we have in life. To educate
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Cla;s Officers: President, Earl C. \\ilianuon !-
R. P. Hardee, Die. No. 5. next Friday evening at 8:GO o'clock Secretary, May I.. Quat- I the historian! and] the \'alttlicturi.1IIi I you iiotliing X'.rnHm1J\ \tOD, I them and *> equip them for life is our most sacred duty. What is ell.'ation .- ,

J.G. Cede Dis. No. 3. -Class-- Roll--: -Lillie- Greenleaf Mabbctte. I tlebaum I i without i rcfereiN t" i la..s ,ranHitu! Da\ton.i. tf t > L it what a person knows? Yes. but it is far more than that; ,
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[ The ideal of education
should be sensible and wholesome, encouragmg -

) ';I pupils to follow those vocations in life for which they are best fitted "

T. PATTILLO > I U natural ability, by taste and by education and environment. Pupils it!a
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be
encouraged to feel that
any honest calling in liCe is honorable .
!and is i, .
of
worthy their best
very efforts.
I The tendencies of our present

Candidate For Tax Collector. .. ",J I Ia ;I education profvss.onali.ru.are not We all t late could wish, the trend is too much toward

should be
more democratic in our ideals and so

'; To the Democratic Voters ,emphasize the dignity of any honest, productive vocation
of Volusia County '
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: The
school
[: i house should be the central place 4 interest in every

: I When I announced my candidacy for Tax Assessor, I intended to canvas the :I: and community. If this were the case, we should sot find our larger boy.

entire county thoroughly but the illness of father :!i by i iu girls dropping out of school just &S they reach the age to profit mOlt
owing to my and other unavoidablecauses f, pri+ileges. What we need is not a compulsory education law, but

j I shall be ,i something to cause the life of each comml1nit 'to centralize the] :
1. unable to do so, and take this method of making my appeal to you. "1 &:bool. I believe this can be done, but it will take time. around


: i : If elected I will visit every part of the county and personally inspect the property and i( teiested*houl in education.officials should be selected because they are intelligently} i in'I -

While
; improvements and so far as possible make equal assessments to values. :j!cauon.1 qualifications teachers should possess the necessary edu-
according ,
! ... : 4! yet a genuine interest in their school curt is, if

!i ': This has not been done ,,, pos: ible, still more important The County Superintendent should be aa
in my own precinct in the last six years and there is much I educational expert. He should
: make uch a careful study of the fundamental -

I property here that has been improved in that time with no change in valuation ,, ;, counselor principles to the and problems of education that he would be a safe


I. while on the other hand property that has decreased in value remains unchanged on .:I,i! after the details or people school along work,educational nt these other lines duties While are be even thou more)) 1 look im- .


I the tax books. I hear many complaints of this kind everywhere I have been in the policies Portant that There must are be certain worked fundamental out and Allowed and far-reaching educational t

in order to preserve the

county. In answer to the charge recently made against me by my opponent that I : unity There and continuity of our school work.
n
are
"have everything; to learn beg to the is : patrons, many school policies that ) should like to discuss With the
I say same untrue. My long experience as a circulating libraries, compulsory education, state uniformity of
text boots

successful business man, five years work in a railroad office where absolute accu- : The first, the year teacher I was problem in and many others.
office I
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spent studying the
situatiuD. general
racy is required with considerable in land : and local. Iasi bummer I
experience matters especially fit me for the schools prepared some articles for publican( when
should
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the duties of this office. I : o.en in the fall, bUL."hen that time arrived everything
trust my friends will exert themselves to' secure was taking on a political I .
my aspect so decided to wait till after the

t election and I promise in return my very best service to all, with special favors to :: t some mary,future as I wished time I these shall discussions to hare no' political significance. p.At

publish
a series of short articles for your cc,
sideration
eg none. -
Respectfully.
Sincerely, w

A. T. PATTILLO. I A.o.BuIltSupt.: ,


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w9rk is done in our schools.


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it Fti The Office: of Sheriff" is One the* rTtllMMMHi Most ]I I r For Member of the Legislature




r- Important in Volusia County. I I For Volusia County.


f As all the'voters in Volusia "
the office for which 1 am asking I To The Democratic Voters of Volusia County:
; County no doubt know. J I
am and I believe that I
am
a-candidate for the office of perfectly discharge GREETING:-In asking for your votes at the coming Primary for the nomination for the Legislature, it 5 i. only 3
competent to
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'" proper tbat yon should know something of myself, notwithstanding the fact that I have spent a large part of tilela..t
, Sheriff before I
its
; making my important duties. I
c_ twenty-five yean in active business. in this county. I was born at )Kirkland, Lake county, Ohio, in 1835. Went
announcement for this important I am familiar with the -
r. topography I to California) by way of Nicaragua: in 18u4, spent two years in that State as a gold miner and rancher; came back

I office I 'weighed- the : of the county, and myexperience and wa married l to my present wife on June 1, 185G. Have been in active business ever since. Have lived and f

r matter carefully and only decided as deputy sherifffor I voted in Ohio, Indiana, New Jersey, Pennsylvania Michigan and Florida. I was brought up on/a farm and know

: to become a candidate many years has given met I what hard work i is. My principal business in life has been that of a lumberman. At times have been a farmer,
other valuable
f after being solicited so to do experience. miller, banker horticulturalist. In May, 1832: Mrs Bond and myself came to DeLand, Florida. In September of

t friends If you honor me with the I that year, in company with E. I). Rich, now of Cleveland. Ohio, I built a saw mill two miles north-west of DeLand.
by residing in all r office T ",
pledge my honor to I have been interested in the lumber business in Volusia county ever since. I laid the first rail and brought the.first a
of the
parts county.
t faithfully carry the trust and locomotive that ('ameinto Volusia county.
1 I realize the importance of I
surrender it untarnished. While 1 am not a politician in the ordinary sense of the term, I have always taken an active interest in political

E. L. SMITH. I matters. I have voted! the Democratic ticket since 1871. Was a delegate to the Kansas City National Democratic

I Contention in 1000) that nominated. J. Bryan for President, representing the Twentieth Congressional District of

Remember me Ohio. My views on the temperance question are well known all over this county, as I had occasion on the first wet
on May 19th when
alone with
your ballot and lead pencil. and dry election held in this county to address the voters in nearly every precinct in the county, and I have not

--w--- I (hanged my views on that subjeit.

TO THE VOTERS OF VOLUSIA COUNTY: I am in favor of good roads, and if elected will do what I can to promote them. Believing, as I do, that every

dollar collected from the people more than is! necessary to carry on the government economically administered is a
I am personally acquainted with E.I: L. Smith
who now seeks the nomination I species of robbery. I shall{ do all I can to carry these ideas into effect, for the reason that the question of taxation is

for the office of Sheriff of Volt i5ta' County. and I sincerely trust that closely related to the future prosperity of Florida. I believe the occupation tax should be repealed as it bears

the Democratic voters will see fit to honor him with rile office. During my I heavily on one who is trying to do business. Individual effort should be encouraged rather than taxed out of

! .. two terms as Mayor.of the City of Daytona, Mr.( Smith was City Marshal, I I existence. The drainage question is one that at this writing I am not able to form an opinion as to what is the

I and I want to say that he was, in my opinion, the most efficient, capable I best policy to pursue. If elected I will try to inform myhelf on that subject.I .

I and trustworthy marshal that the City of Daytona has ever had. During all I said years ago that_either the corporations would run the government or the government must control the

corporations The tendency of the times is that corporations will do the business of the country. Great enterprises
the time
of my intimate acquaintance with him I have found him absolutely I
tan only be carried on by associated effort. Hence, corporations of whatever nature should be the same as individuals ;
square in every respect and his sound judgment and i ideas of justice are to I
treated fairl);. They should not be unduly criticised or driven out of business, at the same time they should
he commended. Mr. Smith is .a Volusia County boy and he is beloved by be made to the law the individual
obey tame as I believe in giving all classes of people the square deal, whether
,the people who know him best, and respected by all law abiding citizens. I associated together in great; enterprises or otherwise.

He will, in my opinion, receive almost a solid vote on the east side of the I I' I If f elected
county and should receive the vote of the entire county. The east section of best judgment shall dictate subject to the will of the majority of my constituents. My interests are tied up with

the county is entitled to at least one of the paying offices of Volusia County I the future growth of the State and especially of Volusia County. In asking for your votes aa a candidate for the _
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Legislature uf Ifxci) ), I have no selfish ends in view, but an earnest desire to be of some service to Yolttiia Countyand
and I believe the voters will see) that the office of Sheriff goes to Mr.( Smith. zl
I the State of Florida I have no friends! to reward: nor enemies to punish. I belong to no faction and you alllook i
My only object in writing this!; letter is to do what little I can to have ib
alike to me Respectfully, ,
what believe the most efficient man in the county fill the office to which !

he aspires. Respectfully{ I E. W. BOND.Lake .

r'v.. GREENE: Ex-Mayor of Daytona. I Lake Florida, April 27, 1908.2 .

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F COUNTY COMMISSIONER. : :|: PARK M. TRAMMELL, ;

CANDIDATE FOR ATTORNEY OENERAJL.

psi TO TilE CITIZENS OF FLORIDA:
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My name will appear on the ticket used in the Democratic Primary to l be held on May 19th, 1908, as a caadi-
date for Attorney General of the State of Florida. In the event of my nomination and election, I pledge myself to a
: ; faithful performance of all duties and to the following policies:
A-i LM.AL Amis LR-As legal adviser to the Governor and his Cabinet, 1 should with promptness and thoroughness
rf render without fear or favor my opinion based on the law of the land.
ti- I :: Si or.E3Tio\t t II\ TIlE L"w-My law making experience puts main. touch with legislative; questions and I would ,
i I submit! to the Governor for his transmission to the Legislature recommendations touching needed legislation
!; Florida needs an anti-trust law; a law against candidates trying to buy their way into office; a law against lobbying,
ft ti1" also other laws for the promotion and advancement of the commonwealth. I would use my influence to secure the
I' passage of such laws.ENFORCEMENT .
OF TilE Liw'-In every instance where it was my duty to enforce the law, I would do so regardless
1 I :i of who may be the offender. Any infringement by commission or omission of the rights of the people, would aa far
: as within my power be corrected In the event of railroad tracks and equipment getting in bad and unsafe cons -
: dition, I would bring the necessary proceedings to require the railroads to remedy the condition and with all haste
f: If it is the will of the Demoratic possible push the proceedings to a termination. For two years or more certain railroad tracks in this State have i
..... been in a bad and unsafe condition and the public has been indignant on account thereof. Witnesses can easily be
voters of the :Fourth Commis procured as to this condition, and if this abuse of the rights of the public has not been remedied by the railroad I
-=- shall if I tiu elected, take up and push proceedings to force the railroad to put its tracks in good and safe coa-
t stoner's District that I be re- ditioi This I consider the public is entitled to and I would exhaust every means to get relief.
.' Suit BOARD OF E.t-t"AT1tls-This office, carrying with it membership on the State Board of Education, should
nominated as County .. strive to promote the common school system of our State. The School Fund should have 25% of the proceeds .f all
_' {public land sales, and I would favor a policy requiring that this per centage be accounted for to the School Fund.
:::' Commissioner I shall Believing we should work to advance and develop our farming and agricultural interests, these interests being
i :..: the very backbone of any country I should especially advocate a course in the elementary branches of agriculture
submit to their wishes !I. ill our public 6l'hoolS a member of the Senate, I introduced and passed in the Senate a bill requiring this policy.
Every tax payer, being required to pay an equal proportion of taxes into the general school fund, I should endeavor
::. and fill the office in 00:: to have that part of the school term maintained from the general fund, of equal length in town and country schools
;: INTLBN IMPROVEMENT THISTLE should as a member of the Internal Improvement Board be against deeding
tk -' the future, as in : ;: further lands to the railroads and should favor the State opposing the claims of the railroads to the remaining lands.
I believe that when large tracts of land are to be sold, the State would doubtless get a better price, if the lands
the past, to the were advertised; I should therefore favor giving public notico of the proposed sale in order to get the but price
possible. While this Board has special counsel, I would render any service I could to assist in protecting the interests
best of of the State. I should stand for an economical administration of the Internal Improvement Fund.
my
f' i BOARD OF STATE 1\STITCTIOS9-As a member of the Board of State Institutions I should endeavor to aid in building
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ability.rt ; up the Hospital for the Insane, also the Institute for Deaf, Dumb and Blind. For the sake of the unfortunate
:. inmates of these institutions and the financial welfare of the State, they are deserving of close attention. I should
faithfully perform any other duty devolved upon me in this capacity.
I RAILROAD lIYI'5SllI'\-As a member ef the Legislature, I have worked to make the }Railroad Commission of
). benefit to our State, and as Attorney General I would cheerfully do all I could to assist our worthy Commissioner j
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p I in any way possible to give; the people good service and reasonable rates, and would perform with promptness aay
''f 1! legal service that may be required of me. f
: Pi stunt IN PUBLIC \rHIR.i-Feeling that the people are entitled to know what their officers are doing 1
., should favor the publication in the official reports, of all the acts and doings of the several Boards of which I was a
La member and also a detailed statement of all the receipts and disbursements of said Boards.
I I CUNI.u'shIn the capacity of Attorney General and as a member of these and other Boards, I should use my
full energy and ability to foster and conserve the interests of the whole people and to administer the public trust confided
to me with as much zeal and care as a painstaking business man would his own private business. With an
experience of about nine years in active and extensive law practice, and three sessions service in the Legislature, I
believe I can give the State good; service. Throughout my public career I have contended and stood fur the rights of
POTTER the people. My vote and my voice have in every instance been for the general good as against special interest. I
E. L. earnestly solicit a careful consideration of my candidacy and assure each Toter that I would feel Tery grateful for

rt- his support. Respectfully PARK M. TRAMMELL. ;
Lakeland, :Florida March 25, 1003.WWWWrMm :
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BROWARD .1.1i s

; SPEAKS HERE. Q d : ,V ,V VVV W V


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llt;:",c.tl4lat.- for United States Sen- IT MADE A DIFFERENCE. y

.,;: greeted by Fair Sized AudU
i r How the Col Bel AULTMAN'S
fr-r 15- ?I Mf*at Armory Monday Night 8Ptfl"b mt Cat Came Hate to..Make' a I

,tea ;, "Well, gentlemen, what can I d.> for r
qr yon today queried the colonel an he
entered his office:\ after a brief ab.euce
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and possession.found three farmer looking men In


J r y r "i. ty to"We fair see,are"about explained a committee the address.one, from-and the we ooua want. I

'em,don't you You mule $10,000 SALE STILL CONTINUES !

.'>_I Oh."What's"I .delivered certalnlyr your flggerV!two' county fair ad. :i I .

dresses last fall and recelml $5p'eacb. .ra
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,s.' s vr "Urn"There! Too high." I WE ARE CANDIDATES FOR BUSINESS.
wan no fault found with my
prices last ;year. It taken time to prepare 1

i- '" Journey one down yu an.l know dolker, and then It. The 1 must fig !i, Our mammoth sale will continue until May I9th inclusive,

"n ure I named |Is a very reasonable on(',"
.c "Look here colonel" said the ,

ing a of bit.the-M\e committee you got one after of consider your chairman old 11 and it will pay you to be one of Inspectors of our stock.

addressee" .1 hand?"

... "And"I believe se." I Below are a few of our bargains: k
: can't you put Vr la for twen :II many
; Monday! evening Governor X. B. ty-five?"
: fcoward,'candidate for United States 'But
some one might get on to It."
1'. Jsiator delivered an address before a 'We'll take all tie chances of that
r j. fMcntative audience at the Armory. All the people who will listen to you No Goods Charged at Sale Price. I :
r JBlipeech was along the usual order of will be old Mrs. Cosely. who U as dear
*' 'tt: senatorial campaign talks. as a post and old Jim Shaw who will

.. ,' ..a,. Broward commenced his speech take it for a Fourth of July oration ------- -- -- _
anyhow, and you won't run the slight I
t' w1da'Btak ent that he aspired tot
>M office of United States Senator from est!In your risk.flggers Won't?"this make a difference Men's Shoes.Ladies' Shoes. i Men's Clothing.

;"..,f 'Florida for the reason that he believed The colonel blushed and stammeredand I

: to could do the state great good at said he thought It would,. and Clapps $7.00 Pat. Bals, now $4.95 New Shapes. I
WSSbin ton, and believing that as he is when the committee left they had his '
,sxtng( this High i office, he should give receipt for $30, and he agreed to be Clapps 6.00. pat. Oxfords now 4.45 o.oo 1) ox. ;$2.95):; ,; Q
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of his on time.-Chicago yews. -- -- -- -- u
die people an account atevardtVp .t.uo 2.75 I

u governor, proceeded to detail WalkoverShoes. :u.() u
Her Offense. 2.55 -
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what be bad accomplished, Baying that
The despondent damsel had been "
he bad promised the people to veto any apprehended :J.oo 2.2>
In theery act of drinking J ,
I IJI1atioo that would weaken the prijliw carbolic. The speedy work of skilled 2.5$) 1.95 'I :> -

'. ,and had done so by vetoing physicians saved her life. The physicians .. !
two bills of this character, and had afterward admitted that they had 4/ $5 pat bals are _.o0 1.35

signed two bills which had strengthened uIt.. An officious constable arrested at 2.95 111e above prices include! r Irk-
, he law. her on the ground of attempted sul g' yours all :.bI[>es and styles in saleLadies' I S

fie had stood by his promise uphold clde. Then a wine man present Interfered 4,00 vici bals togo j ii(
White Canvas Oxfords. : .
UK state railroad commission, and had and said:

;accomplished everything within his dure."I object If this to person this high Is to handed be seized proce on p ) at 275. 3.50 X. & I)). welt 1 oxfords I a few ;$2.35:; : ; I

power to protect the people in the posMsion any charge It should be as a violator of 5.00 patent ox2.50 whitt pumps, 1,05 ;I' .f+
, of the vast domain which
public '
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the food law.
pure fords at 2.95.
ha been diverted to private and corporate "How so?' exclaimed every one In / 2.00 pump and oxford ,_ 1.35 I
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use. unison. G CIATHINO
'Be devoted part of his address to his "Because she was putting acid In- "i DOUGLAS SHOES. 'l\ien's Hats. i k

::. political opponents, and also touched on side fer. i
t.:. the drainage proposition, of which he is Whereupon the crowd released the I I 11 lot 3.50 yours Stetson Hats, soft i LOT NO. 1 I.at 1.
'' woman and with one accord banged
ardent advocate. :
-d U- the author of the pun.-Judge.So i 2.95. and stiff, in new and !I $25.00 Suits f for $15.00

\- Indaeemeat. 'I"WLy 1 lot 3.00 yours nobby 1 i khapes0 Q C ;
REASON FOR FINE BEACH. 20.00 Suits f for 1 12.50
don't you demote more time ttUdUUIKBPUCH I I bfl1UIIQ+PItf at 2.45. } \\ ll1lltl1l'1 last I
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The scientific examination of the sand '
to study*" said the serious i>trou.
'oun18.00 Suits for 11.00
of the world-famous Orcnond-Daytona "What for?" asked the nonchalant ': -- Our bargain': : (

t automobile racing& course, over which citlzeu.So ; Men's Patent and Gun Metal and 0
of I hatsvill 15.00 Suits f for 9.50
be
tk*races of the sixth annual meet have "- that Jon will surpass all other j button Oxfords, 5.00, only afew at I 45 ,, ter an
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I rteeatly been run, has been made byi' people In wllkl m." "
f.. .. Professor Barker in Rollins College)] "1 don't see the good of It. It's hard i' 60 pairs Hanan 6.00 and 7.oo shoes 0 O C inducement to every i LOT NO. 2.

f+ ,Florida, and he finds it much finer than enough to keep from being lonesome as I =- while the last at 01L J one.
;. ei mon Florida sand. lie made a It U."-Washington Star. yours I!. 37.50 Suits cut to 32.00

% ipedal! comparison of it with the sand of !. Ike Choir."The So pairs Buckskin, Elk sole bals 2,95 9 5 35.00 Suits cut to 27.00
Sooth Florida orange grove, and ob- soprano gave the choirmaster a and Blucher ox. while they last
'Htaedthe following results: Nearly 50 canary for a birthday gift" remarked t 30.00 Suits cut to 22.50
,'percenter the beach sand is made up the contralto, "and he's named It after i: Men's 3.oo patent gun metal Blu 2,25 5

; "Tl pains less than .006 of an inch in her." ?" the I cher bals. to go at 27.50 Suits cut to 20.50
: 'tiipeter. and it contains only a small)) "Quite appropriate eb replied I

1 1qQlUty: ; of coarse grains; whereas only tenor."Yes. I understand the bird cant I! Men's 2.50 patent gun metal ox- I ,95 9 5 :3.00) Youngs- and Imperials' soft felts 25.00 Suits cut to 1 18.00BOY'S

:'- *, 29 per cent of the grove sand is less than sing a little bit"Catholic Standardand I I fords and Bals., now shade:; O OC .
. -his size, and it is made up of severalgridea Times
: while they last, at ZiZJ
SUITS.
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i,and there are several j>er cent- --
of each grade. Oa O.e Co.dltlo ,
;. '. ape The evident reason why the beach Meauley-No, sir, I don't believe In ': Boys Shoes. Panama Hats. $6.00 Suits cut to $4.50
to have clothes
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ir" ,;{-. action sad Is of eo the fine tide is, the of the constant under-low wearing, and made paying bought to ready fancy order.prices made Now,for here's$O.Ju.a suit If 1 I I 3.oo all leathers Boys oxfords, to go at and bals. 2,35 3 5 10.00( ) :tfrade for this: sale $7.50 I 5.00 Suits cut to 3.50

:C,' ,of more currents to which it is sub- should tell you I paid 125 for It. S.OO) grade for this sale tUX( )
r.' f net ted. wouldn't you believe It? 2.50 patent Tan, Gun Metal 4.00 Suits cut toMen's 2.50
1,95 I 9 5 _
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c. The shore-currents are the resultants l\nox-1: might If you told me over and white
;;: of wind-waves striking the tidal wave at the t'lephone.-l'hllatlel.hla Tress. White and Fancy Vests.

IQ angle at the place where the latter I --- Shirts.

:: ehaagea nom a wave proper to the "I bet I Ja.t know Like something U..rU. that youdon't. Childrens Shoes. 1 ;,.oar rut to $2.95
- bleaker. The coast
j Ormond-Daytona
." said her little brother. "
y gristly favors the formation of these "What I Is It r' the young man asked. 1.50 white canvas, at 1.05 \\ \\7\\ \ \ 4.oo eut to 2.75'
i currents and the long,straight uniform kissed Fldo last night
. "When sister
sad beach here greatly; facilitates their she rubbed her nose and said 'Oh you 1.25 white canvas oxfords at 85cBargain J\\\\\\ -\i\ I :3.5o cut to 2.35 m,? -

polemical work.-Popular Mechanics.LLegal tickle Just like Charlie since he's begun -
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to raise a mnlltaebe1.It.'ago! I :3.oo cut tu l.5 ...-
Record Herald. Counter.t 1\\
.x 1.1.11.11.1..1.1.1.1. 2.5o cut to 1.75 '"
.. l'fotbl.5' but the Tr..... Our bargain counter will be filled with \\l1l -

Notices : Hid Wife (angrlly-So) you have shous. I 1.35 _-'
4 rn bargains in childrens ) ; 1 2.oo cut to
nothing but your ineeme.I'hen youproposed I fjjj i
'1'1'1'1'1'1'ft" to me you said you had I 1 -- -

money to burn. Men's\ Hosiery.
Citation of Administration.
:,\.- Her Husband And I told you the

.U Vdosia County County Court, Florida \j i I' truth, my'Oa17--"ollto"dear. Haven't Transcript I Just. paid, for 2.00 Silk Hose, only a few, at $115 I Pajamas.

- J\\ wTheCounty Judge of Said County: a ton of 75c Lisle hose, fort this sale Peryecf e
Whereas, Lawrence Thompson has aj>>>- 45c'I'I
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Sp8 d to this Court for Letters of !ot HI. F..U.I 50c" I, WAI/TCCAT/ 2.50 grade $1.95 ,
, ttition de bonus non on the Admin-j 1 .. 15c A+t J -

William H. Furr, deceased, late of 25c" __ __ a
. TROUSERS.
: Qnty of Volusia, I I -
v .Tfeeae are therefore, to cite and admonish
: all and singular the kindred and' Ladies' Hosiery. 7.00 white
; enditors of said deceased, to l>e and ap-'
.; > *'82*before this Court, on or before the I 3.50 silk hose now $2.25 '
. MM day of May, 1908, and file objec- 1.95 serge S'I.9,1: ,
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dose,if any they have, to the granting 3.00" -
' .a: l 1I&ciiI..aforesaid otherwise the same I .. 1.75 "
:.'t'.. WIll!be granted as prayed. t -=- 2.50" .. I 6.00 grade 4.55 ,. r 1
Whueaa County Judge of 1.45 \
/ my name AS I iIi- ,
-' UM County aforesaid, this 23rd day of .
: 4 ,'AprO,1908.. J. LEE CR01lY, I 1.50 Lisle 95c I 5.oo grade 3.75 '
'Ie.' jf? County Judge. -:; 65c .
c 1 00":: :: 4 2.95 1
f 1i 7Sc" SOc .0o grade J; :.:: .' t

; SUBSCRIBE FOR THE I 5 0 .. 35c 3.5o: grade 2.75: '1 k;; e
c. : $.J.50 Manhattan shirts at $l.-45
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20c
7 FLORIDA
UNION
, .. TIMES. 25c .;a 1.50 Manhattan shirts at 1.15
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-: 1 '; The Great State Paper allies Men 5 One Lot of Star cc Cluctt, to close t '

' Deity AND SUNDAY ale MONTH 25 per cent at 3.45
w .TMMMMUU.S1M SIxMonthi.1300Twel .. : S-f.o grade your->
Children'sSweaters ..r
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oJ off on allsuit 3.utrxsade.ours at 1,95'
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I : He Se.l- Tlmes-Untoo and M- :;E at halfprice. 2.50 grade, )ours at 1.45 + '
x -- :m rroer .and fruit Grower. husband doesn'tsupport cases r'\.l 1'-s', 2.oo grade, at ,.35 {
.** r.w.ue d.. The Fat One-My ;; jour ,
of th. ScnU-WMkly. '
" t J5!*.M AfTlculiur l aDd Clues Frulu.U9. me like he used to. and trunks. :,\ I 1..11; grade, fours at ".rs
mar
:! 0. Thetwvpapenfarit.ODperre.ri The Thin One-W:l, when you
Man u your luUoriptloo.RrtlTlffiKUiioaJickmiille about a ;
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Flit you only weighed l Preset __ .____ __ till .;' s'
r} : : Scared pounds.-Fnlladelphla -

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I 4:To the Democratic! Voters of Vol Ala County. I I "

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certain public questions that :
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inters!'t of Yniunu! County' anti the State\ of Florida. .
: i .. The rumor has gained credence in some sections of our County ,
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If : in the past! to the division ofYoliMa i ,
that I have been influenced in my candidacy by certain interests -
('stint} At-some future time, it may he advisable: that the :
r be divided. county I in connection with the railroad. This I emphatically deny. I have I
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i' r The present occupation! license tax is wrong in my: opinion 1 and should IW :
in so far as asking the support of the general public. As for myself \
be repealed. -
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I believe in the present local option law governing the liquor question,

f with minor changes-and am not in favor of State prohibition. I believe, an i I capacity. _
I : There is no man more earnest or more outspoken in his advocacy .
'J amendment should be) proposed to the Constitution. allowing 1 hotels of a II -
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of the rightful control of our railroads, as well as all other
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- certain {capacity to furnish liquor to guests. 55-
: I public service corporations, than the candidate from Ormond.
food; roads am'the greatest attractions that community
I any can 1"i i If there is any one theing I wish to impress upon you it is that
,- and 1 will use my utmost efforts to promote any legislation looking to more I ".
; ..... i I am alone in this'campaign, and that I shall persist in my purpose
and }better, roads throughout the tate.t' .
, to avoid political combinations. If elected, the welfare of my State -
,', I am an ardent believer in the enforcement of the game and fish laws i \ *
i and County-and my own conscience-will be the only agencies
[ and believe the laws should be amended make their enforcement more i S
guiding my action. .. ,
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t'" =':--. The present.no-fence- R I 1II 1-

E orously oppose and rote against any measure looking to repealing or modifying ,

'; the same, believing that"'the existing law is fair to both cattle owners .

I and others. "I II ,

On any other public questions flInt might f come before the Legislature

1:1: I would act and vote as I believed a majority of my constituents should

i S ; desire ever remem ring that I was the Representative of the masses.
MACON.TUORNTON S
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, ; .v E. T. CONRAD. i CANDIDATE FOR REPRESENTATIVEV


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To The Democratic Voters of Volusia County:
For Attorney General. i M:

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I take this <>i>|>ortimity and my years on the

.. .c-..: of again: re +..tivet bench,endeavoring to

i :<.:. tiiiiiiling .M>U lint) I ;.R'a; a p eta g do my duty in each

e-:- ama candid. for w ;. .Rr.Yr s ruse as I saw H, must
f' Democratic voters -=-: n.\f\>di..11 to tile! of ; ati have given me a valuable
of the -
? I solicit the support .. '
respectfully -.4 '
II( JMT i.f Juilg-! f U.- training In a .
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of Florida for re-nomination to the above named 11(,. ;: \: ror V lu-ui ,, which it will take others -

: County, IN,fun the the same length of
j"j"'fice in the primaries of this year. -I am serving my first .-.: := Ih-mixratK I 1'nmanf time to &<'quirl. I

X; ... :e of May 1'J. .::3::? feel 1 that I have con-

tI', term! in this high office and the record I have made is ::::: It liaL': .n. 'sour t r, f,,, .' scientoualy done my

pie'.\-ire to lit<'in me duty and no one can
: services have been efficient. c worthy in t Hn past' too t ti n,S say the duties of the
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that
clean.and shows my : i 1 -r ice'' '
; .. ,''upj thu must rtvjrfmMblf r,'e office have ever been !
I' advised to I : \ and w S neglected by me and
say pillion
so far as am II w
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to the people of y in this campaign; m} science that I come
; :i : fehat I have failed to discharge my duty only! rt-ijwt i* tlmt before the voters of

; :: ,' Volueia County and I
render faithful ; you vi ill show by "ur
?% continue to
tt us State. .If re-elected I will I votes whetln ?r o ,t ask for th* endorsement '<
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S -; placed in i: Ti.t'a in honor me with '
Respectfully, :aar 'Iue.tim in '.*uam* the nomination to
: rll. ., this position I usure
V : paign r.//i' itJfinto :
: you that I will always
V- z I : this t- II JQP endeavor to dil nBf'i
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W. H. tr r can av that I an r i my ability without '
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tV best interests of Vo- _
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; Tallahassee Fla. ;; the let teacher State of Florida.
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OUT OF RACE. RACES Charles Kost and family who

SAMUEL D. t have been occupying Thos. Weth-

RKK KKK erell's cottage on Daytona avenue

to Complications ArUInz He May be Secured for the Ormond daring the winter, returned Satur-

Not Be a Candidate for Daytona Beach Next Winter. day to their Daytona home, The

8 the Legislature. -$25,000 Required.W. Myrtle on Myrtle avenue, which ,
they had leased for the season.
Candidate for the Gazette-News is about to i iI J. "Motor n," Morgan b makingan I' Bert Haecock and family expect
I the announcement comes effort to secure the Vanderbilt Cup
T. Coprad has withdrawn from I Race for the Ormond-Daytona Beach I I to return here from Daytona; sometime -

for the Legislature. Complica- next winter. this week. Mr. Haecock will f

the political arena caused Mr. The announcement of how Florida again establish his poultry outfit on
to come to this decision, and his stands in the matter was made yester
[ () of the not appear on the official bal day through the following telegram from the Daytona avenue frontage of the

icIekf Circuit .. Primary of.May 19. Motoring (W. J.) Morgan: Edmondson property.C. .

desires the Gazette-News "Florida is a candidate for the Vanderbilt Roy Miller departed Mondayfor _

the voters for their loyalty cup race, as was the case last Chicago, Ill., where he will spendthe

: of support and promises year when an offer was made to the summer. He is a popular young
support to the tnncandidatrs Vanderbilt cup commission to have the and
man, will be greatly missed.
I be nominated. race run on the safe and recordholdingtrack
Last Friday night number of the
, which the Ormond-Daytona beach a
if provides."It young people made up a surprise
.. remnant counter is a most pro
f ...... .,. f'u'eSl1. showing that we must will be remembered that all party for Mr. Miller which proved

good bargains. Ten pieces records from 100 to SOQj/tailes for the to be a boomarang, as he was away

on sale every day. It would world have been maifton+ the famous I from home. Fortunately he returned --
to look them over. The Petk- sand course on tfe East Coast of '
: the latter part of the evening and a
Co. Florida and in the recent long races '

--- down there there was no accident pleasant time was enjoyed.
either to" man, machine or spectaror. A few of the neighbors gathered

TALK "At a meeting in New York recently, at the home of Mrs. Arthur H. Car-
., at which were present John Anderson,
ter Saturday afternoon to enjoy fire
BUSINESS of St. Augustine; D. J. Trudeau, of Or-
o'clock tea. The decided drop in .
i1T mond, and W. H. Chambers auditor of
KKK the Florida East Coast railroad and the temperature necessitated servingthe

hotel system, it was decided to cooperate iced tea hot in order to make it
Commissioners Talked Until
i ., with the officers of the Florida East: acceptable to the guests. (,

Desires to thank the people of Volusia County for the O'clock Monday Evening, Coast Automobile Association, the latter Mrs. S. J. Kline entertained a few
Transacted Uttle Business. being represented byV.. J. Morgan, ef her
neighbors pleasantly at
manager of the early meets on the Or very
Hoard of County Commis mond-Daytona beach and who also cards Monday afternoon.

they have bestowed upon him in the past, and while he held its regular monthly represented President Arthur, B. Foster, George Somers has rented the '

at DeLaud Monday. Com- of the Florida East Coast Automobile- Palmer cottage for the summer and,,

no opposition for the office he McBride was ill and un Association. with his wife and baby will occupyit
Jiopes to be remembered "It was decided to raise a fund of
be present and as a result sometime this week.
$25.000 for the purpose of securing the
a question except one in ref race, which amount would be turned W. II. Heath, having completedthe

the coming primary, and will endeavor in the future the Daytona-DeLand road over to the Va.derbilt cup commissionand shipping of his celery crop is

a tie vote. Commission- the American Automobile Association now engaged in clearing his new

the to perform his duties and Brooke endeavored to if the latter bodies would agree to lot preparatory to removing to it the
past faithfully and conscientous hold the race next winter, some time,in \
road which was closed last January or February."It building recently purchased of Mrs.H. .

declared open, but Commis- was pointed out by Mr. Cham- W. Palmer.

Cranor and Murraj opposed bers, who represented J. R. Parrott, Miss Aimee Mann drove down

was decided, however to vice president and general manager of from Seabrook Tuesday afternoon,

.. of$100 for the ar the Florida East Coast system! that the and will spend several days here
beach course bad been,proved to be the
conviction of the with her sister Mrs. I: G. Murk
party or best t in the world, and that no spectatoror ,
who destroyed or removed driver had ever been injured in a and Mrs. H. A. Carter.

: placed on the road by order race, with one exception, and teat was Miss Carrie Mabbette was at home

Commissioners. the driver's own fault. from Bulow last Saturday.
"The beach being wide would allow a
on roads and bridges We failed last
dozen machines to start abreast if necessary week to note that

and the race will be the fastest Hewitt Edmondson spent a week

revolver bonds of W. II. of any previous Vanderbilt cup race. here with his parents before departing -

T. J. Ponder A. I. Miller; "An offer will be mailed to Chairman for the north to spend the sum-

Yelvington F. R. Lansing Thompson of the cup commission atonce. mer.-
." .
E. Love were approved and Those who keep their eyes on the automobile Recent visitors here were Prof.

LWMMMMMMM rnY1i instructed to issue licenses. game realize that if Florida's Seldon, of Seabreeze; Mrs. E. W.
- - - - pension claims of Hiram
worid-famous beach is to get the race Greene and sister, Miss P. A. Ring
W. II. Roberts and W. R. this year, Savannah must be fought.
and Mr. and Mrs. W.
G.
of
NwiAiEParagraphs.//////// / F. X. Conrad sited I>>Land I I Nash
\ t Monday |I I.et us now you some very pretty \ and H. L. Russell were ex- Since the Savannah road races, held
and Tuesday. I and useful articles fur graduation pres- and last )March, the Georgia city has been Daytona.R. .

: See the Peck-llendricks: Co. advertisement ents for the boy or girl. Come in and approved. making a :strong fight to*secure the race R. Starling of this place, disappeared
in this issue. I look over our stock. Geo. II. Clark, celebration.'L'T.petition from citizens of Lake for next November and was practicallythe from his home Monday
Jeweler for a road from lake .
contender for
only the place until
[ 'brtloo early to have that present Owing to the inclement weather the Florida morning. Search was made for him :,
\vftich Deep Creek was filed and entered. Other places that
News here
ifc forth* "Graduate" watches, Board of Trade did not hold a meeting I I was brought Sunday wanted the by anxious members of hit family
told of a terrible fire at Jenson, aoa the At was appointed to mark big event were practically
h oedc chains and, beads. Tuesday evening i eliminated. and neighbors throughout Monday
almost total destruction of I the road and ,
thejljOMness
proposed
& re
yint! &><} are always appro- (Meet me at Curtis' and keep cool. I part of the town. There wasMio! firefighting the Savannah had her representatives in afternoon and evening without result .
|AS foods engraved free. Prices I next meeting. New York time and time again, and yet but it
*Yes it's "So Easy" again an eyeglass apparatus in the town itnd after I I is now supposed that he
I bare been right. cost bills to the the
the ames-ot started nothing could be cup commission baa held off makingthe has left
for
that wont otTo parts unknown. Mr.
nose piece come
ROWE : I
& CO. The Jewelers.
of 4X.94( ) !) were examined award. This indicates that although -
done to heck their advance.
See Neville! II. Clark The Optician.Just ( Starling has always appeared to bea
r Barton and Mrs. F.M. David- I Savannah stands or did stand,
y for New York. Col.lMt received a crate of limes for *If your gasolene stove don't work \" of fish and as the only real bidder for the race, the steady, reliable man; for a long

ayill Join them in about a limeade, etc. Young's Pharmacy.Mrs. right drop a card to W. G. Hobbs, Box I I been i iI I game war- commission was not wholly satisfied! and time has been in the employ of R.
he will to fix it. of Volusia County was estab-
send
82, a man wanted some other site.
Millar, after spending the winter H. McDonald of Daytona and his
Sheriff E. L. Smith made an I prayed for by seventy-five The Savannah claim is based on the '
Hfli Burnett for cloth- with her daughter, frs. G. B. Seaman, Deputy idea present action is a surprise to his
spring
% your left Sunday for Milwaukee. I Ii Important capture Wednesday when he and : II but no person was rec: road race last March, coupled with the friends and neighbors.
s took into custody Will Butler, wanted for appointment to the rally of State, county and city officials
& Brothers have this week moved i tKiIIs 'em by the quart-Daisy Fly for complicity in a murder committedon II toward the movement to bring: the big

1rdvan stock to the building I Killers, 2oc. Hankins, The Druggist., train near St. Augustine last Sunday. race there. *Re.xall Red Cedar Flakes, as a pre-
the :
tie7fIastly purchased of Mc- I Rev. and Mrs. S. D. Gammell expect Deputy-Sheriff Labbette, (of.St. Johns from The board of county commissioners of ventative agaifrst moths at Young's

to leave Monday for their northern County, came for the prisoner TllUrsday.t Port Chathrm county went on record us Pharmacy.
: Orange. standing ready to begin at once lengthening & -
in North Brookfield Maes.
home --
I-tyllb Kaiera,25 cents. ,"eet me at Curtis' and keep cool. J.
the
- racing. loop to make it con-
Hank ins. The Druggist I *For first-class work-I>aytonD. Steam I -- -- -- T. Jay afternoon last week form to Vanderbilt rules. The city

FEadNG on A; Riot, who occupied Laundry, phone 8. tf Kin ois gave the last church swung: into line and offered to do its full
house dur- I departed WEDDED AT gi:: ; this There share.
on Ridgewood Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Langworthy season. were a

hN iiw; left Monday for their I Tuesday for their summer! home of callers, and i it was I Then
d Pa. I at Watch Hill, near Westerly, R. I. HIGH I NOON. of A. ; and successful ward and guaranteed that 1,000 Georgia
State Troops would be put on duty to
.fStat," the Spot Cash Grocery I *No charge for preliminary plans and r.KK ; has rented the affair'j patrol the course during& the time that

fc lkf habeas.- Call and inspect estimates; supervision of work at actual ; last winter by Mr. i the race was on. Judge Thomas Nor
and Robert M.
M. Louise Foote
tf Miss
i cost. Norman S. Dayton Daytona. A. ,. 111. wood threw open his spacious home and

of Melbourne, vis- Roll Heaton of Frankfort, Ind., arrived -I I Bond of Lake Helen Joined in the Self Social Club gave a progres- I :stables fur headquarters for the racers i

--.pateots' Mr. and Mrs. C. this week to accept a position atYoung's Holy Bonds of Matrimony.The ; party in Hidgewood and to accomodate guests and others
Mrs. Nash has been I Pharmacy. Mrs. Heaton accompanied followed suit.
I home of Mr. and Mrs (;eo. H. ; t Saturday evening in honor '. ,, st
time. him. There i is a burst of enthusiasm on
Foote. on North Ridgewo*! avenue, Had and Bradley, who every hand in Savannah, and a determination
i, dentist, west end of I ;Gulf Refining Co., phone TO, kerosene was the scene of a very 4r re/y weddingon lving the following Tuesday. to leave no stone unturnedthat

jKk Block, phone 32. tf I gasolene, cylinder and machinery Tuesday last when ir youngest ; and Mrs. Kestler will bring& the race to Georgia next :
111. Waite and son left ; oils. Office and warehouse at Daytona daughter, Mary Louise, \4s married to ; accompa- November.The .
: Novelty Works, E. Dillingham. Agent.Dr. Robert M. Bond of Lake Helen.I W. Mrs. Allen Trowel! who in-
claim Florida
Narragansett Pier, R. I., I of rests preemi- .
X1taIDanages, the Atlantic B. F. Marsh occupied the pulpit' !1 I .\ high noon the bridal party stood : the summer in Ohio nently on the :splendid OrmondDaytonaBeach Csiil rt s .- .' .,

t5aeawn.. of the Congregatioual Church at Winter in front of a bank of flowers and tropical : and Mrs. David Kestler left which holds every world record

AND Park last Sunday. Rev. Dana Sherrill II I vines, and Rev. A. J. Wilder .read for < for their Ohio homes. from the kilometer to 300 miles Cedrino
AVENUE LOTS Service of the
the First CongregationalChurch the solemn and impressive : establishing the last record, when he Vudor
HEAR COUNTRY CLUBSEABREEZE preached at Church, which joined the J. Stuart and Mr. Ran- .'
Episcopal drove the distance last March
at an
aL in this city.
8 tf I bonds of Seabreeze
,. contracting couple in the holy were pleasant
ti .r average speed of 77.7 miles an hour.
7bompa started *' Our Store,",the Spot Cah Grocery, : matrimony. Miss Elizabeth Silvernailwas in our town Sunday morn- 1
The freedom from accident the ideal PORCH SHADES
Xepott buys for cash and sells for cash and I bridesmaid, while E. F. Oates acted ,
'
Kentucky, where
,. of the difference facilities for spectators the ease with
4d the summer with gives you the benefit credit. as best man. the I Itime. Chas. Fozzard went to St. which an efficient patrol cf the court A New Stock -
l between cash and long the ceremony the wedding party
lton After
I ,?. i a relative. and library i Monday morning, rt'tl1rn-1 could be secured, and cooperation of all

who the dining room
Bast, to
We are informed that J. G. adjourned the afternoon train. concerned, swell the claim, and the element Just Received.
wedding I
T and Monday will be of the Indian River where an elaborate I
in
charge
has been of cooperation so far as associa-
k the Peek-Hendricks Co. number of breakfast, was sencd. I Mrs. E. K. Carpenter and
for a '
Hotel, at this place, I tions, hotels and railroads: are concerned,
years past, has given up the management The wedding presentwere numerous I, } I II Mrs. Mines, and her is assured a* shown by Motoring Mor

n e occupied a posi- of same to accept charge of the andVautifuI. left by automobilefor I I .' I for their homes in Michigan gan's telegram.The B ngha 1& laleyCo. .
lc0Orsd C Hotel, Daytona, for the The young couple I
. rocerp Company popular City "Dad"Matthews St. Augustine where they will take ; C. question of date is one thing that
IdepartedMonday for summer while the proprietor the mountains of North I I Wilson and D. P. Smith two may hinder. It Is true that the cup
; R. for his health the train to the
I. rest
Mr. takes a I
Phillips
and will returnto i best officers commission has announced that they FURNITURE UNDERTAKING
hort stay
v to Da abroad throughthe Carolina for a county stopped
tons early next this summer by a trip Star. DeLand the latter part of next week, I in our village Monday. wish the race in the north if it is possible,
*
states.-Titusville :why and have that if
i I stated in the north
where they will make their home. ; Broward passed town run .+....+.....*I4..+..+...+
t C+wW' and keep cool Embroidery and corsets at special Those present at the wedding were I : I October will be the month, while if
Saturday and Mondayat W. Bond Mr. and Mrs. M. M. I A. evening. pulled! off in Savannah it will be run in
E.
a prominent winter bargain the Peck-Hendricks prices on Co. Hon Bond, Lake Helen; Mrs. F. E. Bond and F. W. Roe, I". S. Army, has November Florida has asked Januaryor | For Sale Cheap.j
fevered I .
Mr.
the Gazette DeLand Mr. and Mrs. James Laughlin with Gessner house for the sum! February, and the date question will
>*a 5ll Tuesday and re- .II. S. Miller formerly of the Miller- ; Dr. EL.. Potter and his family will remain south! probably play big part. .
*& Mr. Freeh de- Strohm Co., has opened a Spot Cash 3rd, Pittsburg;Miss Claire Wilkinson, .I and season. His mother who is : Enterprise Stercoptican, :
y for bis summer abode in the Anderson building, Mrs. Potter E. Sih.er- I of Rear Admiral Roe of the With Sun Rival Light,
Grocery store Ruth Roberts, Mrs. M. Mr. nod Mrs. Austin, B. French hate : :
S. Beach Miss and United States and his
McCoy block Daytona Navy, !Very Fined .
iy th north of the Miss Silvernail, E. F. Gate.- I returned to their Boston home. They
wiI( can for your street and will be able to giveyou except Jacksonville nail; Mr. and )Il'!. .'. P. flemIng, Jr., in and delicate health.of their Miss old Berry, were accompanied by Mr. French's : 80 views Around the World; j
some family
All work done Cash Prices on goods trs. R. T. Bours. Mr. and Mrs. brother and Mrs. Ilolt. It will be remembered
freight Mr. and with them. Colonel Roe GO views Passion Play lectures
which :
articles to Walter Dren- of are ; :
i J*exclusively. heavy freighted John Roe, Jacksonville; that Mrs. French met with avery
at th q store Frederick rope, Satiannab. & during the war with Spain. screen and everything
:
?;8. Burnett. Tailor. will be add d. We have nan, Orlando: ; painful accident a few months ago :
for inspection the price list of one of __ & while a guest at The Colonnades, since : complete for entertainment. :
one of .
the
new pro- cash stores of Jack'.onVille.Please which time she has been at Dr. Klock's ',
\
the ]leading bottom prices
.
for you A. W. FIELDER
*We will secure! i
Hotel, at and i ,
from call and inspect. and other building materials. for Hire by the day, Sanitarium. Mrs. French La many
Union town, Pa., -worth 10 on lumber purchase trip. W. W. Abercrombie,Way- friend here who will be pleased to know New Smyrna Fla.
-Cigars i
Whi on your July
y will Immediately *Black and No one receives grafts T
,
she arrived home
of a substantial cents-sell for a ni<'ke]. '. Pharmacy.t Norman S. Dayton, D*ytoDa. tf big Myrtle avenue phone 149. tf *fely ..$. ..N..N.......... ....
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I S. 6. WILSON CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF _




OF VOLUSIA COUNTY BEFORE THE PRIMARY.TO .




Candidate for


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{ THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF VOLUSIA COUNTY-

In my canvass for sheriff of Volasia County I make but one promise and that is,

LL that I will administer the: office; as prescribed by the statutes of the State. It wouldbe
TAX COLLECTOR
I useless for me to make other promises for the statutes define the duties of the

E office plainly and I promise to do my duty. if elected. That you may know whetherI

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The Comptroller of the State of Florida has said that consideration. Yours Respectfully. LEE MORRIS. .',

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the Tax Books of Volusia County are the best in the


TA3IPA STEAMSHIP COMPANY '.
State. This well for the S. B.
speaks present assessor.
-r-,., Fla. Apri! I 1i ;ilI; #

Mr.I J 1 E. Alexaadet! -

Wilson, and is one strong argument why he should be LVLatd, Fix,


continued in the office. ify Dear Jim.-I hoik: from ike pars that my old deputy U. S. Xantal, Lw Harm, i is ;A m<,iijate -

for Sherif!: : of Ych kt Cosntr.. I do VA wisk to interim in Sour feed affairs bat I dunk r. .- right

I{ and proper thai I !should say to you aDd ay friends in Volasia, vdttt I think of Moms *, am offxrrAs
a He is thoroughly familiar with every piece of prop-
you will resieraber, !*; was highly recommended to me by St8tcr. Call. ywretf aad thtrrs: andI

! H s erfy in Volusia County. another strong argument in his I :r.a..1.00 mi&tak: when I aaa-Je hiM my deputy and tie people of your eomty will ..!. ao rn :-t.ke if

. they nuke him their iLeriS.Morris !: .

1I favor. wag oo i? cf the bravest and mot f *rfc9 officer I ever kewr, sad r-j am of mj acq
ever pr.-svrsae'i: more nerve. He ptftstsses BUST qoalitie* that shodd rrfrniai!!I1d MM for My posit i--'n to !

Ic When you have an efficient man working for you ? which he a ay aspire. He i h thoroughly) bo! *et, ab oluiely fork-;, fcer, uftHtrio awl a nan of

3E sound judgment. I was terry toe him teat tbe service, whack be did of leis ow. notation. ..:.,1 J I

why should you make a change? ;; wish him 3actin :aajtki( k'- nay .. cn.lke. With best .bfc..T Tats twly t

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1- .NNN NN N N 44 N N 1N on Atlantic avenue. cottages{ ; the'.o.rw of tor: .!tr6Ctron. came Uu tie cc-Lcil tak a rettss church: will! be filled by Kfv. H. G. Porter -, for twv '.orchbffiJS
g'fis' "f :
I. C. Ifardo.g, after a short visit with and U teary more planned: for, 13 a fair: until Friday evening.Maittr of Daytono. generous }; .
: ta faicJy. I lft Tuesday nfgtt for points oatfrx-k! for '-afTc-Etew l here tte one of whicr. a as a ?: k sent to pSI
d'Jritj
: Seabreeze and Beach ;, Harry Hugh tta of his 'Meet me at Curtis' tilt.c... .
Daytona ;jive in Vaizah !- ;I for a bel. fi ; tL.! i L: ;r and tZIt otka
in dull
i Oorgi earn.The youcg friend a roost enj,yabi;. after- block: and keep cool. check for the Sunday SchooL Is
Mr. Wilcox::, sr., *h/' has been !sptnd.iLg ; 1
+ I n oho Tuesday in celebration; of bis > Mrs. Oltst Minks has
pleasant party a; the Elmira cottage Closed the3lagnol'u -hTodd's friend wiU be m'erested tuba
I
MRS." H. A. BERNARD. Editor. : the winter with his on, J. Ralph: :
F including tie hoepttab! hostess, i :.;ttb birthday. The birthday cake Htiuw at Daytona and is now that si is inc ork tatk
6ft!lf'r II i ?...A..mmm.................. ... .............-...............A.A..A.............................................'..................-....r'O'............................. ..... ...............................................u.. ; Wilcox, left !last Sunday Mr the north.. JiM Minnie K .]y, Mice': Lester Mrs. ,, and other delicious: r"frfha.nt* Here ., installed] at the S 1L..ide Ian for the eaten -;; health: *is somewhat now ..a.psd.A ., SA
Mr. Wiicox : bi. fath to
:: acfoinr/an-ed r
Tuft and Mrs. Gren. expect to sail fn.mJ.ck..VJDviUe'Jn I served and the company foals th*- b*'et in '-barge of the meal se-r\kv.
f..' e&tr ze May t !liver ep'r t iaduetri''i y &PIl,.;; h *.itD* overi'xkh Jat'tvil; :>. coca went foraging Monda1lkt 1
I. of a .'awlDrytona tirr.i. A. Van de Vord
the 14th for New York, ba. greatly
improved
1- Sunday In Cu tU till arLily. I, >g erctt wOr;_ lIJi': . i 1 Dr. S I*. Ldndvtt' f, St. Aug'13tite \\*. B. Hat'.n who r.aa mdfeucn a Irkna ?he! past winter, :left with his wife! and to distribute theoretics variously his: resident prot-rty I'nte&rtto avt ue which resulted in ate
r VI'aday afternoon o > 'ratter of bulk iuie1QU3 .i t.ay .,f u.oney and time: 411i. for N.w York :Sunday:! afternoon.r in the boss political state. Young Miss! by having his adjoining lot graded, and Me &h..aciaJ k-ss to the lady in qae&
,j .tea Vbeh! will deta.u t.u several days rrJ.roving .'"t property; on Halifax r_ \ -ldon returned last week! from a Gladys!! Wa&nicott g<> with the party as Brach, May 6.-SI "tur y set to trees and shrubbery. |'. woo awoke Tuesday IQJ rg to'fc
, i' : VUa Minnie Kelly the 'avtnwe, i iav..s Thurviiy, 'aIth hiifauily ( far a3 &raaton. Pa., *o visit relx'ives.: I 31r.hdfy and family arrived from,j> Mt but fattientarc
as purchased ; bua.neaa trip to Cleveland! J., and will wasIction day, and pa&e'i without Paiatka: nothing a few:
: thi
week and
I have
t T. F. Williams' p.", e wry on Grandviewavtnue. for 'IitB.ai Mjch.. f'.r the!: b* buoy for vjiiit time doing the inside: It. M. Mallory is doiig the interior untoward incident. A fun"O '"a.ipolled Comfort leased i| the tak of t.} chicken .;I&iDIIi'iJ
t The lran*..ct u a was carrij !, surnmtr.Mrs. I I J cnl Ling work fin his new Lolt.4I.n all j finish of the! Tbt U..i Qyari<* retidenfe. I election; resulting!! as '('',''s: ,; season. Lodge] on t.tcea9 avenue for the! from broilers down.Caas. .

, 1 through by A I Mt tr of Sonctag; In- Lcator and family, who hater around forth just completed: adds much I on South RRgewood! : avenue for J. I Mayor, A. S. Harroun; c\Ur. meD, CLa*. Oardiuer antifamily 1&Iea.. d I II I Kenny, a h..> .._- succesrfal'
I tStmu.t Co. ; the
h Mr. and Mrs. Kant IVrkrn.s ar.d little :( c: / e, on U.hfn'tDr.t, ret'i.rn'fl As 'omrnencen-ient day approaches! tower nad other work nws* ry to !ornpletiOn T.itb; clerk and aesessor, II. ctahomp-; i summer on the beach.Mias : !p i years post, this weeke I... :-OO..ml"
t laughUr, who retunivl la.t week froma 'north laat v.t,::k, and MLv Ott ia l""asantly t there 1.1 a '{uickening; : interest: ia the ? of building. t 1 son: marshal and collector: : .\. S. SpII.niI ;- Martha Brooks baa rented : wife to the K\ans' ;..- ; rwfromtbo
boat trip to Mia&i. Sy'j: *v with I hteatedinder hr Own ro.iftrcei f'r I I Ier the
epent event which promises V> soil ruofct ; treasurer, Lawrence Tb<
i pa I No propotit.cn being submitted t., thetawa .mp. D. Racket store, and expects to make DayI i purchased as a booi- .. J *
Mrs. W. A. Bfc 2 tt.MUs ti.t I'UHO-r. auficanfnlly and. to the credit t,f the [ Monday night the: retiring council .
uncil friitn tie Eltctri forth will be itizens "f
<"> : : LightCo. I tAU Bea-h ber borne. Mils Brooks I < r.a: reeie.Mwa
:j r f U. MuJlttt and mother r J tisu Mr'!!. Baldwin tad her accou.pliebal: gra/l>jati{.( cli... a.vJ Prof. Selden, prinj -I( ., th? filar:; mocitblv acting wad i i finished up all buxnt&a u date; the new ft/Hits highly recommended ai vocal 1 and .
:Y! ; ti t ally spend their luuimerf:: at U 'Ii rl. ,i! daughter, Miss Ethel J Hafhin! and j ''ipal l of the: school.: The clays! conista! COL fined to the ordinary routine. TTieregidtraticn { officers qu.'i ed and council orgiaized.Mif ; I instrumental teacher of music.j Fannie Kitii. ;' S'.lndaJ-
;i port )fi<.h., will enjoy the "w briez.s 'friend, Mr. fox, left :last Sunday;' for of 'iwrfg" Uertrand Horn, I.ee Bouers I books were ordered to beop'j !> Sara Lund has purchased two Mrs. A 5. Harroun iug to visit friend.-: KLI.tuckytids
J r 1 this iiumcr in their cottage; I hm! on. | hlu.iri, :N. Y., after a very: pheasant at ai}'l Cra'.t K. 5::::nith. >ai. J.ctc rian. :Mr !rd May ". It was moved. and carried lots on Pinewo avenue between; the i rday afternoon a;a fi\e entertained o'clock dioncr.I yaI -. continuing. her juurnMieh. > > ', :ue in Lsarrt
Valley ttrtt. ; horr.e of Mr. tad Mrs. J. Halpli Wilcox. and Mr H. h. Stewart: of Da v ten ai that the 'Itrk Lave 100 ballots i Travis! aad the I:. T. Butler properti: f, I MM Albert Todd has the cordial. She was mll(I. i : a favoritessome ,
! f P. A. KIvtLburg La* i,1 gca'ise'of ;;: ;, -inrliatilf i
I lioiatmrut of road .nimijioTier and 13 (r-ir.1 I iyt-ina iXw I. to tteir new home Mil) conduct the musical program. Dr. Potter ,,a.read in regard to removing '. center, Ma.-s. J. C. Butler transacted --- corcin-mity ttr g(> fJg. i
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m',; --- I slade will deliver the closing! address. pillarh under .>un parlor and tabled] for the deal. The lots will be < (leared aT doth - j

I During the summer' vacation the I further consideration.: 3.I..1b,,rrrom- "rwist improved.

grounds will be re-graafeed and put in bie, John Alien! and G L. Johnson were Mr' C. E. Parsons returns Friday ,
j i good condition, aLo it a quite) probablethat appointed inspectors of tIrttion-G. L. from several months Stay at DeLand.
: an addition will be mild U the Johnson clerk. A rrJrti.JDa..., carried On Saturday: Rev: C. E. Parsons and
,t it" i! fefho I ; 1 h.- fr.srrlt: work of M V Hartseven- to grade lllevi -w avenue from rnornitg Mr. plI.1'ICs..m f.., an
J l j: -ooiri cotta t\\>, Hlt.lix" avenue to the ii vet. 1'e:!oiution appointment at the First }ltt :,J . I) aril the+ work pr(;gre sing rapidly Milder to L5'1' bonds tn the atuount of S.'OOO.OO (*bur+..h.f tiiat, city The appointntnt z ? -
, Mr Hart. |J"'-r..onal upervuvjn f\e: wad" read t.r.d v-epted. Moved arid at tr.! Methodist Seabreeze avenue O bV
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rI.r- I, t SPECIAL BARGAIN DAYS! Iles rtM



We have inaugurated a new feature and hereafter we will make
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these days we will offer special bargain prices on certain I

ll" lines which will be advertised each week in this space. . 1 war- tii
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I.I I. I This week we will put on sale a lot of Corsets and Embroid
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, eries. In addition to this our Remnant Table is overflowingwith

good things from our Stock Reducing Sale.


DURING MAY AND JUNE WE WILL GIVE 10 SPOOLS OF THREAD FOR 10

CENTS WITH EVERY PURCHASE OF FIVE DOLLARS OR MORE. f '
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PARK TRAMMELL THE PECK- HENDRICKS CO. i l !


DUNCAN U. FLETCHER

Candidate for Attorney General
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Candidate for United States Senator.


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