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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title: Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: July 11, 1908
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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SI?** 10.7 QUI ervw6en. Ruebea All Cluttt. Daytona, Florida, Saturday, July 11, 1903. Seat A4v,rtUhtt MN+.. la Dcytra. .ad Vlelalt,. Price 5 Cents

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no THRIUID mm 1 OE IBE fAST COAST SCHOOLS HOW IHE NAWS i BIRTHDAY
/ : Fronting on the Electric Lights and :

: ." ,., Spread Bargains 1 OIL TAKEN FROM MIES. ARE NRBVN t 6 RAPIDLY- WAS OBSERVED HEREABOUTS.UK :: Halifax River Modern Improvements ::

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:;JlJURDAY AND MONDAY SPECIAL WEEK IS BED SPREADS. I SCHMIDT'S HOTEL
:,,t Now Barreled and Ready to Be I New School Houses and Commo- Flag Dedication by Florida East .
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J; h i'- Full Sized Spreads for S .CO S .85 Full Sized II I : Formerly &'liui Kit's Villa.
f J5 Spreads for $ .70 Shipped to New York-Worth i dious Additions Are Being; Coast AutomobileAssocfatfon.
-!-.10 .90 2.00' II 1.6.i : HENRY: SCHMIDT & SON, Proprietors
2S 1.85 250 .. 2.10 1 Forty-eight Cents a Gallon. : Built at Several Places Picnic at Port Orange. <<
r that all purchases of $;00 or over will be entitled to 10 spools of <.< DAYTONA..FLORIDA.
The company composed of J. D. The County Hoard of Education The one hundred and thirty-
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Thread or 10 yards of Calico for lOc during the month of July.
Maley, Elmer Oliver, J. C. Pette- are making; some decided improvements second birthday of this great United :

: The Peck-Hendricks Company. pher, and Capt. S. Bennett has com- in the school facilities on the States was quietly observed in this { Fin Home Table t>rligLUutReasonable i'
Rates Sunny Rooms
pleted its labor of extracting sperm East Coast. vicinity.The .

HNNNT .................. oil from four of the sperm /,boles i i At their meeting last month ad- members of the Florida East :. Ni..NN11NIN1N..NYY x...," ',tt,M INN' FIN1

which stranded on the beth near I ditions to the Port Orange and Oak I Coast Automobile Association and ..............-.-.-....-.- .-.-... ---.NN..................
"-T .............. ............................. Mosquito Inlet about thVee weeks Hill schools were authorized! and at heir guests dedicated the new club

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1 HE (CHAS. E. GARDINER CO. i i secured. Market quotations from i were provided with increased part of the day at the clubhouse.

: New Bedford, Mass,, show the oil to facilities.A A picnic and fish-fry at Port Orange SEABREEZE, FLORIDA.

be worth forty-eight cents a gallon new two-story school building attracted manDaytonians and

-this is an average and includes to cost $1200 was authorised l at the-vall report an enjoyable time. Will be! opened Tune I under the management; of I. M. MABRETTE.

jt Goods. I all grades. holly[ lull it having been decidedjy In the afternoon two games of

II IL Dry As previously told in the Gazette- the patrons of that sthool tomove base ball were played on the local The house will be conduct d on a higher plane than ever before thoroughly -
renovated and refurnished.", Rooms single or ensuite. with or without
diamond between Jacksonville and
News their school site farther north
the gentlemen above named ] \ private baths. Fine fishing: and the bet surf bathing in the world.
undertook to take the oil from four to a more central location. The old D.\t.uoa.) The former club won the

Phone 102, Anthony Block, of the whales, the balance of the lot and building have been sold and first game by a score of .7 to 1, SEA FOOD A .SPECIALTY.: A TRIAL, SOLICITED.

.. nine which washed ashore) being new l lots purchased: upon vvliiili while Daytona won the second by a Rates $1.00 per day and upward, according to location of rooms.

worked by a party f'om New they will immediately erect their score of 0 to 5. ..........................NN......................
'DAYTONA, FLORIDA.l i i3" Smyrna. new building Dancing at Heating's Casino during -

; ............................................. The blubber was cut from the At Seabreeze a two :story addition the evening; formed one of tie -
:-_ to their present sthoul building has Measures of the day and was indulged Hotel.
whales and hauled by team to the City
been authorized l. the to in by many of the young
: ...........1........................... .... old sugar mill, near Tort Orange new part
test :tL"INI;; I ( >, and noel on this will ladies and gentlemen. i I
ir- ; and there tried out. It is said that coinuieiiiv i immcduU'ly. Fireworks in the evening were! OPEN ALL THE YEAR
At Cost for Cash. fully as much \\'a8108t as secured] '
,l t ; owing chiefly to the improper facili' At New Smyrna, \\11h-h will be- discharged by many of the cottage:aou
conie a Junior High :Sihuol at thecouimencrment the beach, adding to the enjoys I ELECTRIC LIGHTS.LLECTIllC .
ties for handling it. I I
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BELLS.Hot .
<>f the fall term, another lent of the day. t
:% J9ver 500 Cases of f Fancy Groceries The oil will be shipped to New I two-story addition will J Inerected -!, Mot of the Daytona places of business and Cold Baths.

and Table Delicacies. : York next week. also to cost M300.I I closed all or part of the day.]I I Table -irst-Class.--

''-4t r Several other sthoi.l buidmgs will ti.
t-lI. Not selling out or quitting business, only to reduce my : Georgia Southern Excursion. be repaired and impro\e\l and at Premiums Held Up. I ?! GEO. H. MATTHEWS

' L atock so I can enlarge my store and make it a two-story build- : There will be a personally con- the commencement of the fall term It is said that provision will be PROPRIETOR. 1 1ii

. "- ing.. This will enable me to make a better display and to han :. ducted excursion to Atlanta and the schools on the East Coast will made at Tallahassee for the pay- :

11', dle my stock to a greater advantage and so better serve inj Macon, Ga., as well as Valdosta, be i in far better shape than they ever ment of the 15,000; ; () appropriationfor ;;.+......................... ..................+: 1

f -$ro wing trade. These goods will be in my way and I have no : by the Georgia Southern and Florida have been before. State premiums thus far held The Princess Issena Is the fine new stone and frame *

f*:fgora in which to store them while enlarging my store, so I will : railroad, on the 10th of July. An election for the purpose of up because of the lack of funds in i,ere, opened the past winter at $
w i Seabreeze, Florida. It will continue for the accomodation of summer .
open
, e.f *':wJlthem at cost for cash. They arc strictly] first-class and : The fare for the round trip to Atauta hanging the boundaries of the the State Treasury This is a mat- I tourists. Located in large grounds 4 minutes walk from the beach; modem f

;.; freah gooda. Call and see what I have to offer. aI will he l $.V 0, to Macon $.".,."><) Holly ]Hill Sub-District, was railed ter of interest to all those who won > conveniences home ; rooms large and airy; spacious and Address breezy \erandas. Good T
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tableeverytbing first-class summer
; : Valdosta There will for August nibt l and the attorneywas premiums at the last Fair and who : ; ;
f" and to S''dO:

t I (: S. W." CARROLL, : be beparate coaches for white and instructed to publish due iiot'ueof have )been patiently waiting for the t.....1...ADA....W....POWERS........, .SEABREEZE............FLORIDA.................: .

1 colored people, and this will positively [ the same. State to "tome nl'ross.--Tampa J Ji.

, tr The North Beach st. Grocer. S., be the onl.p'ht'apexcursion to Deer Breaks Its Neck. X l'\\o., .................................................... .' i i

Atlanta and Macon this summer. THE WHITE HOUSE A\D COTTAGES I
-i Telephone No. 19.p$111hi.1.I.11s1.IS..I.ISIIISIS1. : This excursion will give all who The deer, Ili'h \V. R. Gray had irim Reaper Calls Dr. WajgonerDr. i. UAYTONA 13liACt1. FLA. !
: J Capacity 30 room Rooms: bright airy and roiupLUly furniohed. Modernimprovements J
the Colonnades Hotel Seabree/e
" .IS1t11S1t1II111S11e : desire to see relatives and friends in at 0. W. Waggoner died June clean and up-to-date. Located on Seabreeze Avenue a short
, f" "" __ opportunity to spend is dead. Tuesday a dog came up to JOth" at his summer home in Cory, 1 distance from Atlantic Octan. :Suiiiiner rates $1 00 per day and up. tfj pec-
......'.. --- Georgia an I, :| ial rates by week or season.S .
whit deer
the in the
Dr.
f the liver.
was con Wag-
: YOU WILL FIND WHAT YOU SEEK some time wilh them. No one pen l'a, of cancer(> :" E. L. HOWARD, Proprietor. I

t ( under the of real estate," whether should miss t this opportunity, as' fined. The deer made a lungo at goner came to Daytona a couple ol .................1.1................................
u s category the and struck the fene'e.s I.
f i'; ri t: it be a house store, stable, farm or citj. another cheap rate 'like this will result dog of the impact the doer's neck a years and> has ago since and made purchased this city property his I ...................................................
for 'ourown ten this i. .
,;t country lots unimproved ;) never come season. 1
in. was broken Mr. Gray and a number winter home When he left here
hold as an '
rent to others or
to
> r ancy Special excursion train will leave 1i
"wi_#,'. \'estment-ail these parcels-on our lists of his friends feasted on venison last spring he was appparently ID
; Jacksonville, Thursday, July 1C, ::11 CONRAD GROCERY CO. i i
; to search. We are al .
which are free your; for a couple of daysDeath perfect health, and his untimelJ
will be
service for anything in the real eslatiousiness. ( 19)( 3, at 9 a. m. Tickets .
our ; -- -- -
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:. regretted bj
death is
generally
... sold only for such special train, but of Mr. Old*. Datomans' i
will be good to return on any regu-
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r.: = J. C. BUTLER, lar passenger train leaving Atlanta, News has been received of the' Garry a Full and Complete

Real Estate. Life, Fire and Accident Ins Macon or Valdosta up to and including death of Pliny F. Olds, which oc- Red Men Install Officers.
Fla curred at Lansin Mich ,1 lfc:' week Men installed :11 Line of Plain and
t Phone .31, Daytona Beach Monday, July 20. 1903. I y The kcal tribe of Red : Fancy i
p{ --- Mr. Olds has been a wiuteilncsiden the following oflicers Wednesday
' !.. ." It.....-......NI.1 N........It.......I'It tMl Excursion train leaving Jaclon-I: of Daytona I Beach fur a number) of eveningSa : !
'I. \ille !II I July I 10th is
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Bread years lIe was: .SO years of age, W. D.L Hradshaw.Sviiior '
Ask for he( : (-hem
to arrive Valdosta at li: ::.V p, m; I I GROCERIESj
I and the father of 1 It: l K. Olds, presi, WIIEirk, i 'IIf
Sagamore :
O.'K( ) and Atlanta,
;t t Macon m.
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dent of the l Keo: Motor[ Car (\). Junior W. .\. Hallough -
of Sagamore ,
I with the stamp 9.0: p, m Tickets Atlanta will Death was: auod by a hemorrhage: -o-
read I I'ia Central of Georgia railway
of the lungs PhophetW., S. Edwards. :
from MatonThiseiiiiraion, -- ---- Chief of l'onllJ"llu W Wil If CLOVER HILL BUTTER.: : : I
kri ,
1 gvJ Y will be
Ilt'n.unallyc0l1l1uctt.11.
J Bakery
;. Daytona There will be l plenty of J. I U. Lindsay Passes"ay.. I HamsKeei: I ... j I ..
: J. P. IV'lhtz. : I
I I J. D. Lindtay. died last Saturday >er of Waumpum- ,
\%" r' .\ r.om foreverjliody, Refreshments; I.!of paralysis, at the age of ((1.1 yrug.] I:;i The Conrad Grocery Company J Jt
E. will be served on the train Hag- .
H. QUIQQ
R .,_.. The burial was at Greenwood Cent Collator of Waumpum G. :
.. :J. age will be checked, but owing to E T Conrad) A ('0'.. old stand. t
.::' ;; :\ etcry Sunday afternoon. 1 Ho leave s to Simmers : : :
1.r;!: '' .f i"- Proprietor. limited facilities for handling heavy mourn his demise a wife and several .......*......t..............!..!..! ...... :
train
: on this excursion ,, ,
.( .N11N..1.N1H.N1.11it baggage grown children. Mr.r I.illll--ay waW11 The Ga/ctle-Xews is under obligations :. . . . . I
to
...........IIIt1NN N1N passenger are requested' tarry for I I
known having lived in this t to Ur. 111 Houghton

..t*****************.* **************************. and baggage only.obtainable from vicinity fur a number of jcars.tBowden sc\'rallUl.ious pineapples from the !I.,; Daytona Ice Company, :
Excursion tickets plantation! of W. II. Harris, of Wal- i

.1 1- N. ERICKSON ; Jacksonville union depot' ticket Lithia Water.Ilvatras t .n La>t season Mr. Harris shipped : PURE ICE t. ; 1
from J. W. Jamison: city I t tO.I..laates d l .
office. or The Druggist 'I OUT : ( ..) of pine +
.1 ,C binet MaHer. Wood WorKer. ticket and jiav,enger ageut, 20l Made from Distilled Water. I ,
... -- -- ----- Factory corner Railroad and Volusia a\enue. A ,)
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Picture Frames, Door and Window Screens made to order Vest Hay: street; .1. II. Hafftery, dis- ,r . . . . "

'enue, DAYTONA; / FLA. 3 trio passenger: agent Jacksonville NEW PRESS HAS ARRIVED J)! --- ----- -- -- .
Cottage
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Will Not Build.
Cochrane
Mrs.
I, I TING'S CASINOS. ,
11111111.11111.1111111.11......... ............. Contractor Cove is in receipt of : i iI t r
definite information from Mrs. Sarah I : .
K. Electrical Contractor : MORRIS, Proprietor. :
r D. TAYLOR. B. Cochrane, of Dawson, Fa, stating : 1 I II
I In NnUCCtiOnnth our: TiiJi>.11\; a-, and f
House Wiring a Specialty. : that she will defer building the pro \
: magnificent home until next r : privilege of BOWLING, HslIINO and i ;all; Onll.In" I prfjuire*! t<> (

Dealer in Electrical Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shades, i posed at least fche will come to I t
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? H,A. winter Serve Lunches and Dish Dinners to Order.
,. tam_ ps. Xo. S Orange avenue, DAYTON A. Daytona next season, however and ,

h'"" ,- .,., N11............................1...........-. while here may decide to proceed t i -c a1I Special attention giHl.Il.o hut h 1 I.UIi' lit- :art i r;i". 41! 1.4l. to parties

houses Barber ) .. -.i'l..n of the : .
with the construction of the and '1a.ni'urII.g 1'11r1..r-! tlll.l.r i I" j. ; i

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r ;;' WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING ] I Death of an Aged Lady.Airs I Ii i I II Ii ................4.........4..4.i5.6.......4.......... : .

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Jane Davis aged years
Jj&ing a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Hoof, a Hot Air died the Dajtona Hospital las I ..***********.****....ft**.* ***RktfRtRk****************.

If aay of the other metal necessities required to complete a modern i Saturday.at The body was taken tc, i .. f KODAK FILMS DEVELOPED AND PRINTED IN 24 HOURS. ?

I Ormond for interment. So far a. I! If 1 Any size Film or 1- .,d.tk; t.... .u.t".L.: 1 i L,4 I a'' !"!." h.j'JK< I PLACE. *
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tom, fwdling! remember that I known she leaves no relatives, anc l. The Gazette-News: mw HaUik anti job presses With the new I : a.n 1 JIoI.1 u ,'10L\ I V liJ .i! n. ; .-:. ti.! i -I'D' ....
!I circumstances a: i prehj3 arrived and i ii being machinery and a considerable quantity

C. NASH A.SON I i was the time in destitute of her death. She hat \.talled.. weighs 8
r r K PAYTONA. been ill for some time and Dr. Bloclvolunteered } baa a capacity of :23; *> p.r hour. An I the Gazcttc- c"l) will hate one of K....NF'1tF lifrftF..F4rfKl ..'fi .. .............Ki ft..
take her to the hos_ automatic folder is ou the way. and t: the first-class printing plants of
!* teat and reliable service at fair prices. to electric Florida This new equipment is
? prepared to give prompt as soon as the light plant is..
*-' ; General Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory. I, pital at his own expense.: completed I an electric motor will be : required fur the Daily News, which Job Gazette-News office

1 ne 5 8. repair shop on Out of town work solicited. J For first-class work-Da}ton:\ installed Electricity will be used resume. publication the first of December ,Fine Printing at

............,. Laundry phone S. tf as power f"rJloCrating tin flier i
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--- -- ---- I 1... I 10}. 19, iM, 27,30.) r,2, 38-, ,"!), 41, THEY NEVER ,

If, !. ;.i THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS IHE [FOURTH FIIILWCELEBRATED I ville.Hernando-F. L. Stringer, Brook-I BRIDGE COMPANIES[ MUST I 13{ three mills each. I '-. 'F FAlLJI.

:i 0 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY The tax collector presented his 1 I
S. Taylor GIVE S SOME REASONS I That Is What
Hillsboraugh-John They Say
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w'HYI AIIowt
AT mm D final report and settlement for 1907( ft i
T. 1 E. FITZGERALD, Editor
D. F. Pattishall, Plant City. I I
Largo In
Daytona
and It Is
1 taxes which was examined: and ap- ilte'. ;; j
strK Watford Esto.
Holmes-G. W. ,
I fore, Reliable.
THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY An Interesting Program and Re Jackscn-W. E. B. Smith, Mari-I The Rates of Toll Over Halifax proved.On 1
I motion Commissioner Cranoris Another proof, more evideaot TV t
INCORPORATED ) anna; J. H. Tidewell, Bascom. Should Not .*
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freshments in Plenty at River Bridges tona testimony to swell the I
loot
J;. Jefferson-S. D. Clarke, Monti- hereby given the authority to sign local who 1 Ii4
people endorse I
Be Reduced. W. C. Cannons for $3- the aId(V
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That Town. warrant to t
; Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. cello; A. J. Boland Thomas City. I remedy Doan's Kidney PflU jt? I

Ormond, July 8-Ormond did Lake-J. H. Miller, Eustis; J. S. The Board of County Commissioners -i I 7"tO:;f) if he finds on examination that this convincing endorsement of tfctI.?

itself the Fourth. Never Godfrey, Yalaha. met at DeLand Monday evening I the work for which said, sum is markable preparation: .1
SATURDAY,.JULY II, 1908 proud on ,, i
within the memory of the oldest inhabitant Lee-F. J. Wilson, Fort Iyers.I with the following members I claimed has been done according' to F. M. Topper, Beach street, j Da rtJ.Fla. .
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES. was the program for it I i Leon-A. WelK John L. Xeel- present: John Cranor, R. D. Brooke, I contract. ., says: "I cannot speak too hfcbi! I
of Doan's
I After payment of miscellaneousbill Kidney Pills, u I thM jfc[
celebration carried Tallahassee. T. J. Murray and S. D. Jordan,
One $1.50 out more per. ley Board"adjourned to August to be the best remedy I ever'Used I

One copy copy copy three six one months year months. :::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:-::.::::::::=._-...._._ .-. _- .. ,.i.0 5One Ormondttes fectly. An ideal upon day waking\ greeted up. the A, !I Le'y-W.Lafayette- J.McQueen Epperson Chaires, Burns, Old/dn. i-lerk.Minutes of last meeting were read, meetill my failed back me and when kidneys.I have called They npoa Ita"Ieftr.fer 1 I

-- --- - ------- ---- I Livingstone's Vanity.: for relief. I have suffered
few of the young patriots of the>, |Town. approved and signed. The Victoria faIN of the Zambezi a great .I

ADVERTISING RATES. town were trying to see who could I Liberty-E.; Thaggard, Bristol. The following road and bridge river in southeastern Africa form the from backache so much so* at .
that I was unable to work. IwoukJlJ!
DISPLAY ADVEUTISKMnXl; make\ the most noise with cannonand Madison-Chas. E. Davis.: Madison I reports were then submitted: largest: cataract In tin world. They lame

Rte per Inch per insertion to regular advertisers......... ............__10 cents cracker before sunrise The J. Ellis Blantoii, Lee. District No. 1 Reported one ear I were discovered in iJsVi by Dr. Liv i iI come so that I could not stood
Kate Inch per insertion for less than three months............... .._....__._15 cents ; I I tnu lone, the great missionary and explorvr. and if I did manage to bo M,the atfjm
Kate per per Inch per insertion for single insertion..... .........................._.........30 ornts afternoon and evening program was!' Manatee D. 1-'. Costal. DeLeon shell and 310 wagon loads nod were found to be twice as would be rewarded wits sharp twfcm
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READING XOTICCS OK LOCAL carried out by a special committee, Marion-L. S. Light, Reddick: ; of Orange City shell laid on Enter- bl.;Ij iud three times as broad as! Niag Doan's Kidney Pills were at last n*!

Rate per line, each insertion..... ..... ..... ...................................._..............10 cents G. .\. Carleton, chairman, a good W. 1)I Cam, Ocala. prise-Osteen road, and general repairs ara. Carved. upon[" a tree still near discernible by the, cured for me at Hankius' dfljj tta*
FOR CHURCH!:; LODGES ETC. Initials: "I) I* are I and they soon demonstrated I
RATES : ,
: I their
sum of money having been raised:: Monroe W. II.[ Malone, Jr., Chas throughout the district. and In Ms book missionary con- ac*
AU club, society organization, lode and church notices, other than religious I by relieving me. I keep them oo
during the week for ice L. Knowles Key West.Nassau District No. L' repairsto fosses!: that this was the one occasiouIn haj
Reported
services, 5 cents per line. Card3 of thanks 50 cents each Resolutions tents prizes, i at all times to have in case of

per line. Legal, advertising ht: legal rates.GENER.tL PROVISION'S.No ; cream and all necessary expenses. II -J. I E.: Calkins. Fernandina bridge on take Helen road. form his of life vanity when he These was! guilty; initials! of this are will always stand by Doan'i need E dae,I

At :'::!'dl the j eople began to assembleon ; A. E.: Ogilvie, Callahan. District No. o Reported: general carefully preserved )l-y the officials o( Pills, in fact, have already recomiaa4.
for of kind less than M cents.
advertising
single charge: display any
Good position given every adv'(>rtist'lJwnt.n extra hargeof :2 rent per inch the spacious lawn in front of Orange A. B. Newton, Winter repair, and half of money subscribed time British South Afrk-a company, to cd them to my friends on seven) sx.,

will be made for ads with sporilieil Jlo ition'i.0: special | (>Mtion-t given on adsleas lion. Chas. McXary's. I'mler the I Garden; Jam H. King Orideo.O Ifor work on Shilo road amounting mbuiii they were i* uted out l"y the sifms." i
. native who saw them carved.His l. I
than five Inches.M
m No advertisements reepted( for the first (page.! beautiful shade trees, with a delightful >>ctx>I
Extra charge made on display ertisements containing: an average: of morthan I ful breeze from the river the following :. Pasco t'. C. I.itellIud)1J.\ I Commissioner Murray reportedthat ) Present. Fust<<:r.liIburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. IQIe
80 words to the inch. agents for the United States.
father
do Uiink
"What 1J'.wlfe'8 -
All bills payable on the first of each IIwnth.r exercises commenced: I Polk J. A. Cox Kathleen; W. J.Diirrance he was unable to make settlement jou married I
told me before we gut Remember the name-Do&n't
.- - -- - --- -- -- -- I First-I'eading of the the Declaration I ) Fort Meade. v.itb Mr. Abercrombie, as in- that be would give me a handsome take no other. -u|

DEMOCRATIC STATE AND COUNTY TICKET. of Independence, singing of : Putnam-. .\. B. McKensie, S.I structed. present on our wedding" day." :"
"And didn't he"ell ? _
j America and star Spangled Banner : J. Hudson, PaUtka. The Justice Bond for J. W. Min-
For United Mates Senator For Members of the Legislature I "\\ I waited over a week and as
+ DUNCAN: FLETCHER.: MACON: THORNTON I Push Automobile Hares: six Santa Rosa E.: 1'. McCaskill! shew for District No. :3, was apI he didn't mention! the subject I asked The Council I
City will MOB-
For Member of Congress i JAMES E. ALEXANDER.: sentries J prizes III and T 0) cents, won I Bluff Springs; A. J. Peaden Oak I proved. him for It and all he said/ was, "Why, meet .
1 FRANK CLARK.) }'or t'ounty day evening at which time it
Judge didn't I give daubterT'Rudy u
i I jou my ; sir
J. LEE McCRORY. 1 by Darrell Carnell and Harold WalIdron. Grove.St. : On motion Gould Bros are hereby I
For Governor :I I ticipated that the ordinance pmti
r' ALBERT. GILCHRLSr. For Clerk ..r the Circuit Court 1 Johns W. A. Williams 1 :St.; granted the right to put mile For Anything.
I ing: for a bond for the
For Comptroller I SAMUEL D. JORDAN. '! S.uk' Race, UH> feet, III entries,, Augustine; C. J. Ihipont( Matan/as. boards: along said line of DaytonaiVLand ) "She used to say abe would never purpose cf
I A. C. CROOM. 1W Sheriff uutil the ideal) I installing a system of watenrotb
;. For I I EDWARD I* :SMITH; prize 2.i. cents won I by Harold\ Wai St. LucieW.. R.I: I Hardie ..Tendon.Sumter I road, said boards to eon- marry"1-esY: man proposed. will be passed on third! readie

TreasurerW.. V. KN'OTT: I'I i For( Tax Assessor dion.Hictcle. --McGlenn; Terrell, Bush- tain hueh advertising ao said Gould "Yes. Hut she's dropped the 'ideal '' *
I 1 and then submitted the
S. 15. WILSON' to voters
I For Secretary of State For Tax Collector Potato Race: I'ttl I yards nell. Bros, wish to place thereon, also sow."I'hll.idolphia) Tress. '

. H. CLAY CRAVYrORIl D P. SMITH. S entries, prize ."141< (cents: won by I Suwannee I.. E.: Robertson: Live I they shall indicate number of milesto ,-

: For Attorney General For County TreasurerJ. I Oak r,,.. \\ .
I I l'An11.: TRAMMELS J. VIXZAXTFoi Archie Adams.Threelegged. lVmpst-y\ F.llaville.i and from DeLand and Daytona :

For State Supt. of Public! Instruction I ( Judge of the Criminal Court Race: LlNi feet, 8 I Taylor W. T. Cash Perry. and shall be placed on line with :

" \VM. M. IIOLLOWAY. : JAMES W. PERKINS. entries, prize ;.0<> rents, won b) I Volusia James E.: Alexander, telephone poles, high enough to be :
I For Solicitor Criminal Court I
I For Commissioner of Agriculture. I. BERT 1ISH. Adams and Waldron. Del-ind.: Mawn Thornton Ormond. clear of weeds: and brush, and shall :
15. li )lcJ.ll \ ANTHONY'SShoe
l t For Superintendent Public InstructionA. Foot Race: Kn yards, boys 12 Wakulla Walter L Page Wa- be Z fecLjn height and 2'2 inches :
;is For State Chemisti .
E.:: ROSI1 O. BUTTS years old, 4 entries: prize _'3 cents, kulla. wide. :
i I I Fur County Commissioner Dist Xo.
For Adjutant General W. D. 15KADSHAVV.) won by l Hen Shaw. Walton J. F. RichlKHirg: laurel Ou motion Dan Dupont is hereby' :

i. J. C. It. FOSTER.For For MemlK-r Co. School:: Board, II 3t. "I I Foot Race, 1H( I yards, boys !: tin u I Hilt. granted the right to put telephone :

; Justices of the Supreme Court GEO. F. CROfCH. I l years, 7 entries, prize 15 tents,, I I Waihinglou-:. I* MeKeiuie, line across Ridgewood and DunLin : and
WII.U.UI.1I0CKEIt; For Justice c.f the Peace. Dist No. 8. Clothing
THOMAii SHACKLEFOIM: : I HENRY. TITl' :. I' won by Allen Shaw. Panama City. ton avenues at Port Orange said :

I Tree Climbing Content t, 7 envelopes ---- --- line to be at least 2.i feet above roadbetl.
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N.11....11..t1tt.tS wt- .- .- ." .- ." ..u.......................... containing money, von by l. :

(I Philip Fagen. Holly Hill. On notion the bonds of E. M.1'ich 1.

: i Seabreeze S and Daytona Beach I: Tub I lace: .". entries prize ",1)<) I Holly\ Hill July vS On July {Ith ,,as: officer of Daytona Rifles, SALE .

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II; (cents won by .\n'hiedams.. a very enjoyable batket picnic was and ( ha... 1 R: Kinney and J. R.

1 ,. : MRS. ti. A. BERNARD Editor. : ;;, Boat I Iace.: I I-! }-ears and under, I held under the shade of the old{ oak I Wetherell. as notary publics and J.J.W. .

: won by Uurrell Thornton. I trees on John Harris'pretty K>t. .\ Minshew, as constable, were
:
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'I -.0----- i Boat I Lace: 1.:. years and o\er. +rot i I' }bountiful supply of pruviVutn was pro\OCtl.! Will Save .
i R .Mrs. Schmidt to return to the beach Wednesday YouMoney.
July pats
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1 .I,.by \n'hieJams.. provided but scion disappeared when On motion the voting place of

1: ; and son, Bernhard, left fr New J Kepler.Mrs. in compaur with Mrs'I j Tug of War, 11 I men on a side, 'attacked I bv nearly forty hungry I Precinct Xo. i, is hereby located at''
York
I L Thursday. j Captains C. Kite hell and (I. .1. j l eople.' J la the evening the launch, I town hall of Ormond.
The school board met Monday C\- I .Summers, of Gainesville, departed
I Carleton, won by north ide. "Two Chums" took a patty of seventeen No objection hating linen flied the I
recommended this week for her home after
Teachers
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: ening. were l :Special; Boat: I face:: won by Thilip to vvitne:>s.the display: of firework loath as opened\ from take Helen to !
l for all the positions: except that of.fI. a six: weeks stay at the Seaside Inn.1 I .
l
I I.. Fagen. >. Deep Creek" is hereby declared a
r first assistant.F. Mrs.I Guernsey arrived Mondayfrom
I Boat Race: rowers blindfolded, (' Thursday last Miss Carrie Mal public road. I ,
C. Harding recently purchased Orlando) and is enjoying the:, .
i : entries, won I by Archie "\ ,lal11soI I( a welcome itor, sjiendi Ou motion the petition of liti/.ens
I place Crescent where wean breezes on the beach. i
a at City they I
I A dining table, ninety-six i feet I i ing the evening with W. II. Heath of Djjtona asking that the Daytona
f will make their home. The young |eople> of the Epnorthlot'ague ':lung, with all the the ,: and
good things family. 1 bridge companies (be required to ;!
Mrs. Povveis and Mrs held social ,
: Uurgrnau a Tuesday night ANTHONY
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I I ladies of < >rmond know how toI One of our old residents paaxri: i show cause why their toll rates j I BROTHERS Joe.Florida's

are visiting in Jacksonville. at the parsonage.Mr. :I make, was the next thing on the I: away July 1th, J. I). Lind:;,,,'. His should not be reduced, was ordered II .
.. Judge Parker, of Kissimmee, is at and Mrs. llibbaid are enjoying I
the Breakers for a week. the summer at the Thousand l'j I program, and i if there was nnyone I family was all present at the last I filed, and the clerk instructed to : t. ................. .......I..I.' ...Ml*

{ present that did not get all that The funeral services were conducted notify the bridge companies and ?-
I JKtitiuuers
1 Islands. -
I I. Mrs. liurginan entertained a
t was coming to them it was their I I by Uev. H. D.) Kutter: and the interment I : to appear before the Board
; number of young people at a I.mu Miss Charlotte Lawrence, of De- I ,' Higher Educational Institutions.
: I 'i( own fault because there was plenty" : took\ place at Ureenwood Cl'rn-I''ou: .\ugll t ."., ICNiS! and present their I|
party Saturday evening.On land is staving at the White antI -
I to
spare. tery Sunday afternoon. respective claim i i

Tuesday evening a party from House.I i (i Mr. and Mrs. Yelvington went to The Criminal Court | UNIVERSITY OF THE THE STATE MIFlorida
J the Breakers: and nearby cottages Mrs. Dell, of dailies; ville. arrived 1 i Mrs. J. H.: Francis and d.lIlghter.1 j cost bills: j COLLEGE FOR .J

I took a moonlight drive down the Tuesday and is staying at Blarney :, Miss Ethel, left jesteday afternoon JTitusville bat Friday returning 'were examined and approved forJ!| STATE OF FLORIDA ( Female College.)

beach in search of turtle eggs. Castle on the beath. fer Hartford Conn.; where they will Tuesday. I'f I 172'AI: :; and clerk instructed to !I Gainesville, Hnrul.i. Tallahassee Florida.A .

I Mrs. W. II. Gray arrived Monday Mr. and Mrs. Seally, Mr. and Mrs. I/ spend the summer with friend?. Mr. Ulitch i is making extensivei j issue warrants therefor. I I I _

from Uniontown, Pa. Frederick. Mis. Williams and Later Miss I :: Ethel: will go to l'adia.1 i j additions to his hou>o. I The following resolution was I College Cur Women, without i W

The young people cm the beach daughter, Carrydell, Miss DoveUogers. I) N. II., where she will sjviul a few I Mr.I and Mrs.I Predien are the iinainiously:: adopted and, orderedspreii A high-grade iosUtttU for ).f'tUfIiJ, skirl in the South, embracing a ColleptrfLibtral
1 I guests: of Mr. and Mrs. Win. \\"ethI the I men.offering Literary, llrittatifk1n: Arts; a Normal School; *
: minutes
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; weeks with Mr Mabel larker.? upon : -
i School
enjoyed an imptomptu dance at the : Mrs. J. K.: Williams and :;ine rih<<, Agricultural of Industrial Arts; a School a
erell, Jr. Resolved: That and IVetlagorf.cal Fine Art, in dns
p Breakers Monday evening. Mrs. Pierce took a delightful trip Capt.J. 15. Wardwell left last I we the Board of CUUI' &. ing. offering instruction viA
I Mrs. Cave, Sr., the Fourth painting piano pipe-organ,
down the Halifax, Monday, on Mr.Holland's i week for his old home in Mans" :achu1 spent County Commissioners, in and for Strong faculty; won equipped<< laboratories -. voice-culture elocution, and phjs*
1 for the at Jaok-H-niville. returning Wednesday. Volusia:: County, hereby respectfullyrecommend ; thorough culture.
setts ioMrortio
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:: haunch, Wide a Wakp.I.fter j summer. I boa I
1 Daytona Beach > A lart".1 theoretical Forty Florida counties and m lena
July --
and
I the name of 1-.1'. Sams, practical; cartful suKrvUivn States enrollment
tho rrpreeenled
I I j I lauding at Inlet past of -- -- ; in the
it from Daytona spent the Fourth the i j :A week ago Lit Sunday the usual of New Smyrna, Flora/ to the and discipline; high moral I East StSPl

Captain Oliver on the I ('a'h. 1rs.1 party went up Spruce Creek The Mouse of l Representatives. I Sunday School! I classes were pleasantly the Governor of Florida tooe. Hoe new dormitory with rooms fa
where they enjoyed excellent fishing.:: I'' / for appointment Xo tuition tharges to one hundred and sixty girls, j just eoapfeled. -
i Stiling and :s'm. William, I f fish lauded Following is the list of members I[ varied by smne very good ex- < as Fish:: and Game Warden Oth. Florida studuuts I'laosfor other extensive 11\I"

Myers, Misses: Ruth and I'ua \ rS'J Sixty-three :: were in an of the House of Representatives.: Last [: ercises by the children under the in and for Volusia catalogue' I 'XIOf'QS very lure. 1 Fur iwovefneflts are already made.
hour. County, an. information
Mrs. Tierce had the unusual address For further information or catalog1
and Bryant Bond were of the party. !I week the Gazette-News: published able guiJance of :Mrs. Kichards: and Florida.On write to
|I experience of hooking) two f fish AMJKLW SLEW
atonce ,
Upon arrival at the beach a delicious i I i :: the personnel of the :Senate. Doth '' Mrs. Peterson, to whom much credit motion the revolver bond I'reskt .\. A. M'-IiPHREi;
of
the hoo'akl1\ in the i t. President
lunch was enjojed. The children j j mouth of erne and near the ug tail of i lists should be clipped and saved !1 is due for the success attained.. WIII. W. !i'.. Breore was approved and I --- --- -- -

found much pleasure iu bathing for future reference.I Edmoudson was called to clerk instructed =-
j j the other. j j upon to i issue license! .'. 3\ = =
! 'j'WU' iit
: ; r, and a happy company drove back to |' The safety of the beach appealed I! AUuhua-Syd. I. Carter, Gaines ,.: address the children upon the therefor. I, A.-=D. nclSkllJE wQ ft ,o'wg' sl.-

s!I Daytona at sundovv t, to many of those wishing to celebrate !I yule: T. .\. Kike. Santa Fe. 1 j "Evils Intemperance," which he I On motion J. Lee McCrory is :: .' 'rui"rna J. Vkt-Prts B CU\k: AU_ F N.4)I\IRAD

Mr. and Mia. Frank\ AlKlis, Misses I j the Fourth with fireworks. A 1 D.lker-J I.. Kelley, Macilenny. :j did in a very instructive and earnest hereby granted a requisition for two Culalcr

I Mary and Catherine Alldis arc i number of jux-ple gathered on the lradford-L? D.) Wall. Starke. I manner. Mrs. Edmondson record books and lOll< > blanks i I = MERCHANTS BANK

guests at theYhitl> House this I Ernest Knight, Like 15utkrBrevard I gave a fine recitation and the ehidyer's !- The treasurer J
beach to witness the display.On presented his re-I 0 I,3rsV"u, s ,

t week. I Sunday afternoon Eugene I -Stewart. I hart, singing i and reciting.I port for the month of June with his '. tO\\;..... ......... ...11"1'.......(..". aim 1'aJ.ital L'tvw'
Frank Wideman i is visiting Mrs. ; C'alhoun-F. S. Fortner, Clarks-i I \\ very! praisewwthy.Just books and ... ... ...... .. .. $ 50.((

: F. S. Alexander.Mr. I Johnson found a large turtle in the ;,! ville. l i amin.l: and account which were ei- 'mrlduandl'r..fit| .................................. .. :w.lCS;

and Mrs. D. L. liraham Mrs.r breakers. After pulling it out on approved and paid war- F'ur "l.d r ,.nt iUtrr.t, pail! ,,
,
, Citrus-E. S. Grace, Citroneli received fall and winter rants de&troyed.STATEMENT. ? Savings accounts aId 1 Time Cert -
the sand both
front flippers were S t '"' .' ,"f ,
hl
, r- Dickinson and Miss Nanny Dickinson found to have bitten off by a shark. I Clay-Chas. Conway, MidJkburg. j samples. If we hate not made you : H'.OM UEPOKT .' ',' Mt. X. II,, the rOMirtx] fill'1:1.: irdwala.

: will occupy the Rogers: cottage Columbia John W. a sail give trial-and Safe
Hatcher us a will
MMrsl George: Gardiner and Mr:. | you balance General: 1 Fund...........5 9 n:>..nt Deposit Boxes For Rent.
on Grandriew avenue. I Lake City James P I.ako I not only be satisfied but will be Balance Road -
; : Field. spent Tuesday with Mrs. ; Hodge. patronizing and Bridge i .'. .. lIS ,
Mrs. Ender accompanied by her Gardiner, who has been staying at City. I a lama industry.ttXti. Ha\aDCe Fund: .Fi&e and IwfcUu're. j -.,t...*.. !I' tv'' !!h. Uh WU t) .- H.tM _'.\.=',

: mother and daughter, have taken: 1 MrsHarroun's since; l"tT "' l>ade Geo. O. Butler, Miami.DeSota I Ih asLn, Time Tail r. "und........ 4U71.70 =--- ----- -- -- --- ::=:::::;

i the Buchanan cottage for a month. i I..1 -J. 1 II. Brow, .Irca,hia. -- AN EASY MARK. .

I. Alfred Howard of Ite and, is a I If Florida Goes DryIt Uu\'al-I L. Farris, Frank E.i i i' .: : : ,. \ ,' rParemorcd'If '
[- -Dr. (i. _\. Klock and The tax books for the i arumi !ri.i--> dt' I
e' guest at the White House. I will not help the manor woman Chase, Jacksonville. year 1N! t ..,t_ in r..ui! tat.a.- I..J\. tlan"er! Lm .
Dr. I Hoy Howe have di..solred I were examined and f..r .. .
Archie Yelvington; spent the who has for partawfchip. compared and IhI lD"c-I"r ("Ir i' '|..rti !arfdirfd
( a craving appetite Es'amLi.1-Johl1 P. Stokes, Pensacc.h. : ( (
Dr. black will all bills. the valuations f fixed ( tliuici: rt''I/I.tl-d 1 and l ii M in the
rt Fourth with his mother, Mrs. : .driuk." The desire must. le removed. C. L Wi gin, Pine Barren.' pay a-j by the a, cs- v Jiui' of IIlIl'rO\'l''lI'nt. |Ir, .r.,vfd lu loS
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I> G i. .1, KL... rQ.
tc. ,
i k.I e.orE're approved and 'e Lu"ir'I'II" .. listofmd stobl
Branch.r' If you have a friend or relative .Franklin -- I:. I B.{ I. :Moore, Carra- .. accepted or r..idf'J'1. l iN 1 ..t.
>i R t II.UK Whereupon the l ", : li /u-c-st' 'fill IJr It". Trlrpbut.
Mrs. Maude Lyman andV.. A.Stringfellow whom you would like to save from' I1l'1Ie. millage for the e ,. ur call.

who drove over in II l the drink or drug; habit, write immediately : Gall: llen -J. W. --- year UN! .Sis fixed 1 as follows:
:> MalaiFey, Grc4na. : "W"lt.l'--NalDJ.baDJ .\. I I. Aft
bags and General Revenue: MILLER, Resilient.
their auto, returned to Del-ind 1i i for confidential J. W. :Sheppard, (inensboro.Ilainiliuii i six mills: Fine I ir .,
Monday. They were of Mrs j 11 1 tion Tin.: KHIEV hUH burlap; any kind, any quantity, anywhere and J Forfieture Fund, mill Special J' tSONNT&G
i guests : 1I1fortlll4-1 I.. C..Register: Av'-'a. ; we pay freight. Iticxtlot.: Nad[ ; fir INVESTMENF CO.
, | Fund, sit milk
F. Alexander.. Mrs Lyman ei- !sonville, Fla ,J. W. Banyan White Sub-school I
Springs Ht.: C" .
Kkhuiouila.' .
districts \oi !, 7 .. REAL ESIATE.
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TLe only Tin Shingle that is -. r
CARPENTERS' UNION ANDS. you aGt-S .t4.. YI.
pronj against this climate; Ask I

GF.O. II. CL\RK about thein.' H. COVE AT LOGGERHEADS[ { M i I. M. ELLA DE VOY CO.LADIES' i

.1- Miss:" Hazel Stiling is visiting .
>..J".i, friends at Jacksonville. gt .It .'t 1 o i l iome Builders RI : HATTERS :


-tt T. S I Carpenters Demand $3.00 : : Correct In Styles. OPEN ALL THE YEAR. *
Woods of I Per Day
spent part last I r ;) We tale; this opportunity to announce that our
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Jr. : No 6 South Brach Street, Dajtona.
A. .. week in Jacksonville.Fine i I and Mr. Jove Declares I I) \ i;>.<:.- .,: 'i-r: c-v* f r all! plumbing contracts ...................... .. .............................

't *: I A con.iiing vi i.-1. I ..x. work or overhauling: is
unequaled
';1'" sfjJew goods, new July prices 20th., same old melons at Georgia"OUR STORE.peaches and" water- :I An "Open Rhop." I t 1 aid \. nvi.r v.-u M call!1 JlnJ'tdiscvss the subject with us. +. .... ... ...... .....e. .NN.....N........NN.....+
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: <;y-I. H. HOWE & Co., The Jewelers. Mr. and :Mrs. Carl Wehner spent the Carpenters' Union and Contractor -I The workmen in cur employ are competent and reliable CHEAP EXCURSIONS !

Itltr: the Fourth at St. Augustine with S. H. Gove.It mechanics who have + .

f!ft;: % ion(son was born to Mr. and relatives and friends.A seems that the Union demanded I GI cfcrr__ =..-:-_-. :.J 3 tf"t -_ installed many bath- : To Valdosta, Macon\ and Atlanta, July 1 16 : 4

fpl YrL john Troy Friday of last week. number of Daytona people took 3.00 per day for journeymen and rooms, to which we, : VIA GEORGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDA IIY. : .

It-v '.'Hou hton, dentist, west end advantage of the excursion Thurs- $3.5O; for foremen, which was' to t I'tii'; ., ,t tr' as well as the owners : Special train will leave Jacksonville at 9 a. m., on arrival of E.: :

'" 'fD day to visit Jacksonville.Mr. take effect last Monday morn/fig and t x s mar point with no : E. C. train. Aarrive at Valdosta 12:33; Macon 4:30: and Atlanta :
: Peck block : :
32.?
a,- 'So..tJi Bridge. phone if the raise was not crantV/all; carpenters 17 i little prule. : 9:30: p. m. Following low rates from Jacksonville round trip :
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Y Jin[ W. Cox returned this week and Mrs. J. L. Hpbmson' of I in the employ of ilr. Gove :; + Valdosta $zOO +
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weeks' visit i Seville, spent.thc Fourth with W. The material we : Macon 3.50 :
several to New were to strike. .#
a Monday
morning,
{from II. Parker and wife, at Kingston.J. however .I/ r l use u: the best the roar i: Atlanta 5.50 :
all Gore
TorLf jobs were postedas
v r.. ititG"y q d, Let affordV'e call + First-class: coaches will be provided and separate coaches for white and .
f 4hbjor:,-! J. D. C. Morris was a visi- E.: Nunn, of Live Oak, has accepted "open shop," consequently the J''. F :- l : attention particularly. r rto : colored; also Pullman\] Parlor Cars. This excursion will be personally\) conducted :
k 4 t I and refreshments will be served the train.
the position of assistant dispatching strike was forestalled. + + on +
{:;.t to Gainesville Tutsday and 11 lrl- j the fact that weal + Rates will apply from Palatka, Lake City White Spring and JI\SJwr on +
1' clerk at the IOt'all postof ice. Mr. Gove states that the buildings. ;: -I c handle 1 Stasldar ri : regular train Valdosta, thence special train. For particulars apply to :

\ Candies-nice and 0. S. Paine and wife left last he now has under course of con
k.jJiunna1Jy's h HAXKIXS, The Druggist.: week for Casey, Ill., for a visit. Mr. struction were contracted under the '1 ttir .,n.L \\.ire. which it: so i 'Phone Col. 201 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. T1NN1

:fj Paine is the operator at the Florida old wage scale and Jie cannot affordto "iJely advertised in .111.11111N11111.1.+N..11....11.....1.11..11+

s tJ.Neville IL Clark will I leave next East Coast epot. pay the scale demanded, consequently leading magazines.

-t'week on trip to Philadelphia and he was obliged to declare '" ....................................................;
The Daytona Scouts went to De- "open shop." CtoedapJ" U'are has been manutaaured fur more than .
-KewYork.
1
j... Land Thursday and crossed bats The difficulty does not affect the thirty ycai-, and <'\
j" .Mn. S. A. Wood, of DeLand, Lasi' with the second ball team of that Schantz building nor the addition (;,)1,1" gnarairce I l..h..I.' \\\ hive samples in our showroom I i Fire Protection i

,. bees the guest of Mrs. Geo. A. Foye' place. The score was T to :1' in favorof to the Colonnades, as Mr. Gove was and if \.u will ,..11. \\i il1!' give von taihlmT'" booklets to .

;. .week. DeLand. studs u.r itJOE t t "'II ."Jlllt'. ids
but supervising architect of these
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iOss! Maude Hobbs left Sunday J. II. lialTtery, of Jacksonville) ; two jobs. The buildings affectedare OSBORNE i Should Be Considered. i
The Plumber.
; /'for Anniston, Ala., where she will was in Daytona yesterday in the interests the Despland Hotel, and the ,
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'< ,visit relatives. of the G. S. & F. Ky., ol Doyle House. s

';. :* Mrs. R. C. Bushnell, of DeLand, which he is the affable Florida rep About fifteen non-union men are -- -

oi". vt. the guest of Mrs. C. R. M. Shepherd resentative. at work on the Despland Hotel and -- ----- --,- -- i The recent fires in Daytona I Ii

Kingston. Mr. Cove says: he will procure additional TEACHERS[ [ ARE APPOINTED Port -
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> John Hobbs and family, of Jacksonville i Orange.
non-union help. i bring the matter home to i
rT C. E. Johnston left Monday are here visiting Ir.1I0bL's '
i Mrs. Below is published a statement FOR M h Y SCHOOLS : Port Orange, July !1)): Last week 3
'. tar weeks's visit with fnenda and parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. I : I Ii
from the Carpenter's Union: was our Home Coming Week Quite I you. Are you fully protect !
Hobbs (h'y will make
Gainesville. probably 5
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.relatives t+. *i a large number, of people I II
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r; Daytona their home hereafter.J. Editor Gazette-News: young
1. Mrs. S. W. Carroll and her sister, In order that the citizens Daytona 'County School Board Acts on.I who grew up in Port 1 Orange, but I II i ed against loss b Ybest fireVe i

)fisa Anna Hudson, have returned Turner returned Thursday and vicinity may Dot lit placed! under a ReconinienJations of the I I are now citizens of other} towns, +

from a visit to Gainesville evening from a trip to the Pacific false impression regarding the lockout came home to SX'IHl"the Fourth
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t the and i
Northwest ilrs. Turner is visiting now putting a stop; to work on buildings Local Trustees.At .I with the old folks. :Some of them I II represent strongest -
tSkeeter Sloot drives away mos under of construction in I
with her daughter in Virginia and now course the meeting of the County were: Mr.I and Mrs. Taylor McDaniel
quitoes. Try it on our ]personal our city, we think it right and properto i I I companies. f
will remain there for time. Miss Caroline : ,
Yot.\u' PHARMACY, some state the facts as they exist. Sclux l Hoard held! ( Monday( evening, \isitingtheir; aunt, .

f,*, purantee. (The Uesall Stored Susan Clay, no relation to Henry, On Sept. 14th, 1907, there was an the aI I 'inherent of tt'adlt'rs'rt' asfollows I I McDaniel) ; Mr. and I Mrs. J. T. Long :. +

amendment offered to the by-laws of : and child, who drove down .from 'I ; CONRAD REAL ESTATE CO.
"* but a colored dame, paid $. .(>U and
Miss M. Ella DeVoy expects to costs the Court the Carpenter's Union to the effect that "'11I It: Sclloel l>. I I Jacksonville in their carriage, and ;I.M. ;
to Mayor's yesterdaymorning
beginning with Jan. 1, 1)8) the minimum
Cleave: next week for California, IkLalltlT.. D. Culp. Principal: I Mrs. l.osgssister i Mrs. Willa Sar ;
for making suite unladylike scale of waged should he $'- 50 for an .N. N N/N1 HN N N M/N NNN.S+.
}where she will visit for a couple of of to visit their
dtmands of Ida Sampson, also S-hour day for journeymen carpenters Maude Itarron, Vircinia ]lUioth I I gent, Daytona

months. colored. lkth live at Midway and beginning with July 1, 'OS, the Myrtle Willard.: Hose: Xlbl'arrie i parents: Mr. and Mrs." Wm. Johnson -

Garth B. Young departed last t scale should be $3.00 for journeymen I'At-lcs, Winnie Liiuhpiist, Ix>ttieKccles I:i ; Walter Savage, If Palm Beach, .. .. .s iN !N

The Daytona Vase Hall Club lias and }3.:>0 for foremen. Viola F.rh.ut: Connie Htitlr'uk t<) visit friends: Chas. M. Milburn, :
,
Sunday for Frankfort', I ml where i L..i
I reorgani/ed and elected W, G. Nash I Imanagt'r Our Constitution requires us: to give '1. BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONALC
ba will visit with his: parents for a : the contractors t three months notice. ) and Lillian 1'age, Kindergarten.New wife and two children, to visit Mr.Milbnrn's I '
in of J. D. C.
month.; .' place Major After the amendment was: duly carried, :Smyrna M. I I':. Smith.! I'rin-I i parents, Mr. and Mrs. : _
Morris, who resigned I.tstt't.'I;.. 'has. tiilliurn.\ J l I
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I Kstell:
contra tors were duly notified and all cipal; I.ncilo l'.tU'II, ** : p I''
Sheriff-elect E. I. :Smith wont t.) The tram is a good one anti some i. stoke favorably t.f it, and e\eryone. except /try luutlg.L I Mrs. L'lijali Mel Kuuld's sister and .I C. HOIIANNON HUiierald) & Gates

i Deland Monday to assume!' charge I good games: will l llA arranged with Mr. Jove, said they were then Scal.rce/.e 11. Wakelield.. Triniil two children were her guests last i r) ,

1 of the sheriffs office, while :-ihl'rifTTJlmer loams from ncighloring cities. i ing their best men that price. Mr. t PIiY-j" L/fal l; fal,11tntlaer, F.li7aUtiJ5inhfll : : wtvk.I ) I t Physician and SUnJl'onttornl''s at Law

takes 'ation.Yrs. said to the committee lie thought I .. Office the Atwood l'hlttlUlll'Y.'Iof'dal Attention to Examining and
a vat 'If have that tired fooling Alma llaliday.Kingston I I IIr. H"l.is.1.) : railed I to New oter :
r you carK-nters| were the lno.-t (tooily paid )IVrfwIing Land Titles. !
W. C. Cannons anti Mrs. (i. just as if you were full of Florida mechanics in town and they should t 1\ C. If.I: M. :Shepjanl; I : ; :Smyrna (m professional, business I[ trash street, l>a"tuDaIa.. ii

A. Davis came oyer from hetand malaria, you need a l bottle of Purging Letter paid.kin I'riiu-ipal: ; Margin Harvxcll( ('!t.i it' I Thursday' Mi'ss: Francis: Bouchcllei: \I Telephone: Xo. 74. i: ('ouraelhusk, H.\YTO\\: FI.A.Physician .

Wednesday and are enjoying the I Ll'llI"uatlh'l't pleasant to the July 3rd, at our regular meeting !1'uh.: and her lillle nephew rode from\ \- fare I,. '.41&\11" IG'rt Fib 1 !
it was: found Mr. gore, wn not paying : II. I II. StLLLI [ .. \. ,'\.
I.iiul their end the
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ozone of Daytona and the l each, taste and removes the cause. On Ormond C. 1-:. Orlh) Principal; on bioyi'Ics.to s|<
53.00 and committee wty i
the scale of : a LANDIS&[ I I1S1I
'&'t Dr. Stewart has removed his ice at rut ,to's PII\UMA \, appointed to confer \\ith him and alt I Uiith: Seabluim, Lticie kits re. Fourth here, returning on :Sunday i 1 1 and t Surgeon.) ;

j cfScetothe Smith propertthird ((The l.'exall Store.} other contractors to certaiu who were Oak Hill J. M. Chaffer Principal Miss Alice (!rcg'>r. the oldest Attorneys at Law '
I Special attention given to Electrical
the scale and if were not 10 : Mrs. Edward ITn.-llrlntt In nil State anti Federal I
paying any ; hey Koral. daughter of Mr. and : treatment and Mechanical
nieUHXIS.
i' door west of postofliee on the same Owing to the non-arrival of films (.ourl, 'hllort'rlmh.al business. itlY-
try to reason with und! prevail UJHIII Port Orange Charlotte Bradley, (ircgor, wa married List t week toI I 127 :SO. Kldgewootl Ave. Hours rucarrfulatrntton. Mpfclitl !
aide of the street. I Picture Show did and Phone Gar luv il*.tlni and .- '
the( 'Gator Moving them to do &o. All men were notified l to i 8-10:30 1330. W { ""
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Uessie \\'heel'r.konclJa. Jones who school 1"1. Klorldu.Lawyers .
'. Tax Collector Ilohhs that : not show last night nor the nigftv. work Monday, July 'f(:, pending the I AlphoiiM: taught ___ __ ___ __ ___ i iI
reports ( !} lxe.Spruce for several 1
Mr.
( terms.
Jregor's
,, .-manI are paying their delinquent 1 before. Manager Hobbs: will be action report of to the the Union committee Monday which night.was Th to* II Creek Sarah Ilobert: : The near young couple: left Monday for j i I Hl. d. It RAWLINGSPhysician haltc ,Utl"urt! Egfurd Buy I I" ',

# a which ready tonight, however, with some STt\\ri\HT' 1 & HLY .
ty'taxes, All property upon committee found every contractor andeuyployer Orange) City Etta King. I Philadelphia, their future In-me. f fI j jMr.

,* faxes have not been paid will he sold interesting film Hereafter during except Mr. Hove; paying thebfale I Like Helen 11..1. Dutbin.JlenctH I I Gregor is one of the oldest and If | I & Surgeon. I
the summer the show will run three I of S3.00. We tried to show the c
tke. first Monday in August. ( *- C. A. :Strickland. most respected of our colored t-iti-i
nights and three afternoons a week: justice of our claims and we only asked I i Dr. Raliog's! office over Gille'sdrug : Office next door to Dank Building, I ,

I" ,'.Automobile for hire, by the day Thursdays and :Satuii : him to pay what other contractors were I F.mporia Jcesie Pclton.KLeon I zeros, aud has a fine orange grove ;, store, Beach street. Ik'Land, liurida. I I J'
Tuesdays, '
l Kdna: 11'illiconibe.f : anti truck farm a short distance .
hour or trip. W. W. Abercrombie, paying and stated that if any carp enter 'I -- "
1 10 days, with new l'idllrl'Hat'h day.The I failed to prove satisfactory lie had the I Seville P. L. Jenkins. I :south of town. I
}Wayside! Inn, Myrtle Ave., phone ----- E. L. STEWART TITLltSnh'ciriir [ I\SCHtD[: I l
to the bills for subscription I the right to discharge! the lIIali It was/ Jlemvood -Kthel: H tldtcllt'. j ts.t.J.lI ; I !
r Mrs. Florida Hankins arrivedr responses not our intention to work a hardship, II I 'Neattinopp I.SOQI.JOJp tli] oi 110.( | > and Surgl'on'olutilt County Abstract. Investment ),
the Ga/ettc- I Turnbull: Klin }Ifenichen.1'raddock I I I r>l lICII 1
sent out by ibUo JtlO J JUMUJ
V 'ft.lttHuJ.IvJ
and
JO ul Title Insurance Conipany.
from Bartow Monday evening and is him and we intended to force no 1
upon I ) I'.imiu Baker.I'.Iake "> ",,ti 'qlll: > i. sat| i Special attention to diseases of the .
News have been very general but him who could\ I not earn : I riots t i | 11 ; Wiu| : ; .\h..lr..11I| furnl..b..1 and ??. r. q
the guest ot her son, W. Maxwell man un\ -HOIBJ Oil jo duo ill] i-'l| \\- !papa' peas I I Lye, Ear Throat and Nose. Oth'e ...i. :Slaps. Plats and thug printi 1,1 I
Nellie Martin
f Haalins. Mrs. 1 Ian kins is: atxornWiled (there are yet soaps who have: nut re I $300. lie replied that lie would! pay : alto! ixi v 'j.Huuins IHIB j.tm S 'UUII.\\'' I II I, and residence. No. 101 Magnolia tor-1 I piled and iv-n Fish, PrCarry, VolU H. l.an J. < "1
!
mitted. 1''e are not sending receipts whatsoever he pleased! and would! consult CI-I-.UKD S 'n H)i.i.IK.I.imI I magi tl-J.'II'U8 tap j Jno.( oa 1'1'1' .1110.( I Pasiap ncr Palmetto, telephone S2.'e'r'r. i in .., .r-l"L'Tfw'tl", >

| .' by her son, Albartus. unless specially requested.Subscribers I no one as to what he should pay hUmen. ) : S. F. Ha-lley, Prith-i iftal l; II Ills H1.L ...111111.)1) piesol : Um.bour" S a lU.tolp.m.ILOCI (0'1
Il e tried to stuns him that our .\0111.1 jnwi qiiu qu-''| Jill'( aswiet.od :
'Furniture upholstered and re- will please seta the day's labor was all we had to sell andwe I Mary Morrison, M..1. Miatil, TLe- : .ltJ tall J"IIII "-loUl;.> pus (li. /\. \ : D. I ,. t& C. n'\. HO{ ? .

f paired at your house! -your gasoline date on the label and see that it ischanged felt it was only fair and ju",t that wetJiouId rcs.-" Jol.insoll.II : ( agoa3 aql 1111 seltn safe .111"\ atllauei(3 Civil Engineers
store >3l JUOA (|II| \\ apia &.\11IV .\\ Physician and Surgeon) :
made work 'II.\I.OJ |
a
f to right. Drop within a reasonable time so : have something to say as to U.eJ Seville: II. 11. William.Ormond I
? card to E. Weldon Seebreeze. t If labor. II 'HWlUli U| )1'I"JJ"JlII'J.| | ) <)I'] ox i Special attention given to l".a"5 of DAYTOXA and i
whichtheir
as to show the pn>i>er time to J price |put upon our.I:1)"s: : L. Whitenun.: :i 'p eN\'tna 6UPIli!! ; the Eyesad FItLlDg uf OIa...... (1tIC"! utfn*. |I( MIAMI, FLA.Dayto&aOtfir I I

rl1r.. and Mrs. John C. Howard] subicription is paid. I! On Monday morning when the menwent over (tlobeclothing '!Itln'. IlroCt"'hours .
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I. I to work they found the following ; to' a III I to auu: p. m..1 to vas' p. m. ). Established: l si:;i 1

f departed Wednesday for their While M. M. and I U.: M. Homl of i notice {Histcd by, Mr. love, which will j' M KAYTOXA. "'L.'. ____ :
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X former home Sheldon and lterke' this is i L
at
fair-minded jR-ople
shire Lake Helen, were spending theFourth & I I show to all I AN ELECTION PRIMER : M. JOSIE ROflERS, M. D. II i1.1 gtH\\HI'I: ![ ; ;
Vermont. They expect to ret in Daytona, they received a not :a strike but a lockout : I ';

iJ"to Daytona in September. announcing that their NOTICE. Homeopathic [Physician i oIirit aubecrippne and business
telegram
I the t'IIt'II' alsepsystem. ( the Tim -Uniou.
This job will be run on fir
|,, = u gasoline stove tlon't work mother Mrs. K.: "". I', nd, had been :No. 4.>3 North Beach Street.iiFice .
;:? your intending to work must report Pertinent Points About Our Election :i TDIE51XIOlSUIE.l": .
<,{tight! drop a card to W. G. stricken with paralysis i at llollgh-I here not later than: Tuesday morning Hours, 12: JO to.2:30: and fi.OO Smith Jc Hitch l>al Estate Office, I

: jl X.82f.11. will send a man to 1I0bh8'I by, Ohio, where *>ho i is spending the I or will l.e debarred. Machinery For New I 'other and Old I to 7:30.Telephone:No. 122. Beach Street.

summer. M. M. Hond left :Saturday" Signed! S. II. ttt YE. I f

So far as can bo learned there was I his mother's bedside.Vonl fours very truly, Dk.IiCHIANNOVS I
for
noon accident or injury of> any afternoon y F. H. BOt;U:. I Daytona I [Priyate I Hospital -
the VOTER.
THE
kind.ia Volusia County as a resultof \ since received n\eys> Mr I i A. T. KKXW.K: :, and Sanitarium Private Sanitarium I Ian

welcome information that Committee. I Who is entitled to vote in national, state and local elections ? I Every facility for the proper trcatnivot
Fourth of July celebrating. The i care of medical and surgical rase.. For the treatment of al!
llond i is somewhat improved.He ij Uiytona, Ha., July 7th, li)0Shooting > .\II+' male citizen: who has reached the age to f twvnty-un years.: Electrical appliances. tra1nd norM-s, I
event on the whole was; very quiet! j I I quiet surrounding Special' attention Medical and Surgical Casese
given to all patient Term on eppli21 South Beach Street, Phone 71.
.is| this hart of the State. Had Traveled. I a Lion. How about the women? cation. :Xo. 4 v !M. Bea.-h !St.. l'atona.. .
stories of it twit to shoot a real lion In j jan I l>r. u. A. KL<...'.. C. C. BOII'OU.: : : I
'Tutti Frutti Ice Creamit's ex- "Spe.iklu" ,; of literary the Mj l-oarder. 1'00r'l How African wildoruebS: is described byi) In the four states of Colorado, Idaho, Utah and Wyoming any Pbyslctan In('barK".

Cluisite. Yon.li' Fit is; said the of thciu." said the I Asiu-3 Herbert iu her "Two Viands It 'i woman who has reached the age of twcllt.'IIC. \-ars U entitled to vote :

:> (The ne iRSltts:
'Y .' I Ir I ." -Is the Ijuguase.Clnolnuatl i, the and!lion most!seemed about to; disl with that of: the men. I r. I Dentistrchitcct Builder and
Several :
Enquirer.
to
complaints have come i
l prune the idea that h<* was IH match Are there no other states in which slues Miy vote ? Contractorlieskleitce
the Gazette-News of late about i>er- must 1-e literally cared for for a mounted horseman. but away : roruvr ltidgeaoud cad VoluitaPHONE I
The |xvir little,! Vcr\; limited woman suffrage prevails in nineteen other staU-s. MM! <>8R<-, nHr rtba.t cotner -
; tempted dashed the !ortlns
be ;
not : aud
ions shooting squirrels and buz- so that mendicify shall away I I.n" mud Volusia av -.
i Ride..j
r ,cards within the limits. TIlet' into mendacity or want exasperated 1"-ouand his majesty turned his ter-J I Inan.u it is restricted to voting on school matters and at t.ltcti"llt: 89 l'booebtl. Daytona, H.11 \.
city
and iu whirl of I
--.tteutk t\> us a
Into crime.-Wluthrop. title : officers. In Montana and 1 t .teu the I
for municipal "sa W. .I1Wh may \ -
City of Daytona has very stringent i tossed l up uuul cave to within forty

.; 'ordinances regarding such acts, and He Knew the Step. 13 I arils ol" the place where 1'ecily aud I 1j ''1 issuance of municipal bonds. In Montana Michigan l Mitnes': 'ta. New I HY' I 1IO\\'t.I I .'-\. I l'

.. arrival ta a cer- j: stood lu the ott, >u. rUM. and awaiting Vermont Xrbrajka!
York
llas achuxttNew
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the State Law is in its A jouu; o lIaml. hire, Oregon, 11--
severe let him h:1\\ "
very I ta'lu Iu :.Scotland and t In the the uusiau.:ht. TL'oe : idn and :-urtlt uli.

puni;went for shooting buzzards. course U.routh of duty fuuii.l it esxuti.l t" i Ilt.i I 11.0:1>\ h's trtnifiidtfiiLead user Wisconsin, Washington. Arizona, Xew Jersey, Xorth aWa.. South and reaidt-a. >. i ,'. ... "I' I,;..

wpl.rvUeu-ra ery ,01.1 "t\"u.I'r Arrived -j i my sights! as In short Uwi'.ds' he Cll':1T'I 1 Dakota, Connecticut and Ohio women Lave school suifrage.Can wool'I \\, ;. ..il'I I

"*Mi Optical Parlors will be closed at the loOlk cells natU.a.with the he coiuueut ushered til fired the simultaneously! distant that with sci-ar.iJed my cvu us.?i.l: Chinese in the United States vote) if nattiralizell Utfi. .. h-rtira 9 t-. 1 IlIA 1 :. .: 1 I.' I Ito

i .S' after July 15th, a3 I leave on that Liui"Mind juts the the strh"ae' : lie crumpled up like a t<\\ with the An act parsed by congress in ISsexpressly prubibits the naturali! I ;-iO t" a t'- 1J.

;; \ date for the North and while gone -(; awa'. man." said. the piUouer.with uiatus'i'lui: broken and sank as Letini ........n............... a......a5..... w.*+.........

'i'eIpect to attend the convention oft contempt. "I kent the s-tei .foo '. >hed his la>t sprlnc. with his massive zation of: Chine u __ __ -
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t ;JM American Association of i )ptiI )tt was INru.-Iuudte AdvertiseWhat ;-. tio head and luaguificeut between his si;paws-u'-'tFou -": By what right do negroes vote ? ................................................. ....

I I. Oastnd will be connected with She Was After. i, -- H.d.e. right conferred upon them by the fifteenth ameudim-ut t-- .. J. F. CLARK'1'. Fr';.rlli't."J.', :\\ .' ...:" FISH :

the sail the vail, "eterylptly UU'laes t'lter. the national constitution, which reads, 'The right of citizens: "f the .. ..
% Philadtlphia Optical College "or eu>'e. makes no bones about It elthet. : "v.t.tat. I in.ti I.J:: : 5 \Ivrol.rs:
-vJ Oaring the convention. Any ont't will say that .\ou married uie for !j "And." be : United States: to vote shall not be .!, -.... i ..'Mridged by the United \\sl,! :t"1 "IH ;.:.r.l,, at., :.t."IL :

Wwhing work done bring it my title. heires i i ">V wll. he ought to go lutj suL5' bust: States or. by any state on aoc.-uit < >f race, col.'r .-r previous condition : I..t ;"", \'. :", I 11\\1"\\\ ..
beautiful
[ optical "Well" replied the I it. dou't IVChicago ness where: h i could wake 'wr.a.- rdtuJI ." I...........................11 ..1.........1..11........ ;
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July );..Ih. "\\ Lat do we I Star :: :
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