The Daytona gazette=news

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The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title:
Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title:
Daytona gazette news
Portion of title:
Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Daytona Fla
Edward Fitzgerald
Creation Date:
March 31, 1906
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
29.207222 x -81.037778


The Gazette-News of Daytona began publication in the 1890s and continued until January 26, 1901. On that date, it was succeeded by the Daytona Gazette-News, also known as the Ormond Gazette-News. This successor newspaper ceased publication in about 1922. Both papers covered news of traffic up and down the Florida coast. The St. Johns and Halifax River Railway, later renamed the Florida East Coast Railway, reached Daytona--present-day Daytona Beach--in 1886, a decade after the city had been incorporated. Daytona proved to be a new American city for the new American Century. With the railway’s arrival, Daytona’s proximity to the ocean made it a premier tourist destination. The history of racing in Daytona is also well documented, beginning with car races along the beach, followed by more organized races inland on oyster shell and later asphalt speedways. The newspapers also reported on the use of automobiles for stumping the state politically. Finally, researchers can find references to the activities of Florida transportation and tourism pioneer, Henry Flagler.
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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?
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Daytona daily news
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Gazette-news (Daytona, Fla.)


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'FURNITURE r.Y CHANGES HANDS.Lee I Andrew Carnegie kkk.\\ Liberal Offerto The Finest: Mooming{( ) I House:: on) the East Coast.

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r we will get it for you. We are in ;
pnnidt91Iht l'ni\er-itv eiiiaamount |
r i Fred S. of Indiana Who Ii i
III' .: j for maintenance ill lien endowment. J. C. HOWARD Proprietor.

E close touch with factories all over the j !I ji i ytri t'anH'Klf l la oppo-ed In f................................................ '
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r 4 > It was explained I to Mr. ( 'auntie/ that
1 1'E III IkIyI.I TIl,\'. I I..Ittl--: < HI-MI-I| | .- I 1"1 -i.M lal y'iaiMi.: llihvsell ha.Ueii j ji I OLLAKS

lots, therefore can make prices right. \, i, ..! hi-ilrns-l; ..n-to I 1..1-. ;; Clapp. ol, 1"'I.It-III..1 t l'i\t I"lIit. duties;;; >>liiehi i the that t'limTMU It"* .I I'n'"1I1: l 1> a and Ii.tptet| tliiec-fouith-institution, : i 0 s---: STORE t

rr wr .1 \\a-hiiitoii.! Indiana! ol. in ,"tin i \\oidhe -. linn he. haw he ha.- made many Iriendlio "-. AT 1 OUR
it.- truleettiiint alwii>f InHaptil l .
r I r\* hanm.stoll's:: with Ml.. Cl.ippMr \\ \\ill. nuiit! I his' departure.Mr. That Mr. Mtt.soti in his pi eviuus gifts: I ,., OUI I"J_ ___ _. '.
I Clapp and faiiiilx sunlit -- l'1:111' I" a young man uho beats :
: i -llptllaled that the liinldllihould l reM : U1 :.
: r THE BINGHAM & MALEY CO. wr ; and In till ntinndiAti takci-hatcc: an enviable imputation aa Im-ines- I rt ill ta.-e any itieurnl'ranie hould l>iplaeed '!. Y'r t
A. "I i tinton Mr Iitis.ill: : mid! Iambic man and it i as.-ured. that lietll nutkea .
\>n the l'f"IH'rty or the Haptiteontrol
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"I Hurl! toMTiiu, thr rift of Mr Carnegie' .: ..

;; Furniture Undertaking : I and his offer of the iUHMKXI( ( was made COMPLETE LINE OF THE ;
-1 i with umliTstaiiding: that a portion i.
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Tt II tin- tall I In I Millman (the Mayor' Has no Au-
> uiali piuns: : Mrs. Charles Hammond Thrown Violently ,, Says
/ the tall lln-i M-asnii. t'nlm- thor t>' to Appoint Police force i

1'/l i ailVil "1I'. illg 111011:1'; .: From a Buggy Near I Fairview i Without an Ordinance. I MLlVLLL.!LLNt! !(...."!t.t !J..YoK. .M .!:.i..I!> !.!\ \ ,!,\ '!: \I.Io'nllall; -aj- )liytlrt I !re' ni

t line I ;a ill\Ils: rlllH'h III tit h- I liano autllonty' t<> appoint .tnv.' |h ii letmum. '- -

and Beach Street. II.ty. M-ition ol the t'
Avenue : little ity '
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I ale ,,11.1.1-:. ol blU\ pink, Ourter pro\ ule.- that tin- maoihall:
I Ml- III.nliHaniiiniliil 1 ualliioun -1'lId1.111.,1 aluiiit the head ululbodv s at'iM'intutIi policemen aare au lhor-

: Irulii a huggt vinli'nth :'Mlnda\ ..(III bill h.I injuiie.-) acre notcou.i.l- i/.ed l Ioy onliit.uue, hut that no nth : .San Matoo
"! in brutal, |iriie ;> na . CigarsHave .
liooli aliollt I ;ill; o i loi k. mat tin Intel ilt'd. .el i ionIhehore.-. j! nadir has" Uin pas.d l Ioy tin miiim d: :

I 1'11"11..1 I'all'1; 1\\\ .Uilille and Hi'..nilstill alter throwing :Sirs. ,I aiitliori/.iHK allY |x Is I\. ( in n nutal, wliile amililmk ) i I-: t'lln '' out, oiituuieil on it.- mad run the :Si'it loll niiip!: a> follow

: 1 i.tll-i i.1 l the arridemt via dm to ;I length: of I Heaeh Mnrt; to Live O.lk1'- "I'he Mayor shall: appoint, .uIIJ..1 I t t<,
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ilrt>hinj, the l'iiniakis. ] a iiin.tuax. and tin animal making a nue and taiiH' to a -t.tlnl-tlll at the sta (.4 In li rural furl of the City I'ouiuil!. -til Made

-harp linn throwing; the lady l'Ut1111 1.1t.r Ii il'u..1. I OM'. n henthe rutiawa nuaiU of policemen :'::0. may: U-pro\ideii I

lid, i 1-..., I'd.-? :!::... !I :':n'.ii lone to (the :.:r..u.ul.. l III' I HavUiii-: ralin lloin. 1 I fur by ordinance; and lie -halt Iran

\\a.- III t tin vu'Hilly mid! I pukid tin IIII II \\.fortiiiiate there. were but few (tower to r-u-punl any city ollirei t 1'1'I'l't :\-.1 '

I' (Hiiil\ up and i aim'd In i ti> !ntI piofili. on tin -trnl.! otlnrui-e ill..- | ciiunciliiifii for iH-gU'i of duty III::1 1 A Reputation of

,I hoiin on ( ottagt: \\inui btu \t. In}: aidileiit IIli -ht lu\e utcunedJNO i uii.t'onduttsud.hall rtpott} such suspension .
The Globe !
to the next regular or ipenameeting } I ,
of the City I'ouneil. for it'>

;u'null: the City Count shall! promptlyuiec '
.tigate and pas.upon tin niatti-r "I i

116 South Beach Street. I -1I-'I iulI, anti shall: by r<-<>lulioiadopted 1 !

by :i in.ijonty of all the IIH-UI

1! FOR :| UT of the City Council, rettort.tht' The Mice-ess o the San Mateo Cigar is one of
: i i othcr to duty (tin \\bidl111 In ..hal t
Miller no IOMO i'f eouiptn.s.ttioii.i} <,r ion. the jjreatest industrial triumphs of the East Coast- -

..... .... ........ .... ......... .... ................. -O untie the ML-pmtion for111-h IIIIH ..fth since the freeeMdile : .
.. I! <'yiuay d< etn fart "t rtimm I'v t
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'r fr'in i'ilief. l frt\mlhl' dll.lin-.t:. ru\\th-i: of tuKuto that the jn'iiin
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i Curiosity is Not Always a Sin i [ Parties Ask Permission To Use City Park- C1.M.\NUUS: : : ; M\l I n ILI5-S: i hula of Florid. and the Inland of Cuba can juuiluce, anti wrap Li

!: The .fit.tit ion <*f J..1. Ip .hgalt'! jit'ilutli the rich, bilky leaf grown cm East Coat: iilaatatioiis)
I tilt. to lot .'{, bh.'k\ 14Hth; till r't,p"ll t
.. .. age Fora Fair. Were To CoOperate ol iht Mreet committee on rams w.i. the nfjar industry of the world has never produced better goods.f '

: It will pay you to investigate : read, and the mutter \\a.s rtfi ned t to th.erect For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union :
eoiiitnittiT f"r then n"'lIIlIlI'lIda
With the Rifles. '.tl"lI.i New I'ompany on every train entering Florida.

: the prices and quality of our : .
i .\ ;>i..tant Cityttoriir l'iikin-oi l I''
I It. t iu I'nunii! dotimi tike tin. to tin -i M i the Ctiuiiftl rdalilt i t t.. IIIi\\ I i twenty :M/.i's: styles and ;grades to select from.

GROCERIES : :, 1001.f holilin;': n-tru fan ill 1111-illItlniilon \ : .I It I'al: klii-on, nit,of the "lItll"- r.uKleii\ t'D..""( Heaid Ih.III'ap'all'; ; 'l i i

I \I"utlaUl. lil 1 tuiniddoun nnnh.i -iKind/ the <.I'llllliUllliation. :Mcrail'len wanted to < oiiiproini-i' tin I I'H' SAl.t: gy1.1. l lALLkS.: ;
considerable SV. i tin piopo-ilion i.l hnldniK a (Ian ill l'i1 \'- uapiient and I wacalled upon t.. ;i matter. The matter was rd"I"t 'I t.. I tin II

: We can save you 1 t lima III tin mar (luau state if the -h II\\'- would IKohjtitlon- ImaiiMoininlttee to lonfo uith ,tinat'ornev. Manufactured by

\ i oiiiiiiunuation I..II.\. I'ol.. I'1.: at'I'. Maj. I'arkui-on Mated that he wa- amt rrjiort their r< > '11111111 n.l.ition ; ) SAN MATEO

i $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ i I i I Ilmahalu.lal., J. H Piikiu.-oli anti' not in the mat ti r. thoughlhe In the CIIUIK'll. S. W I"I LORIDA.I .

i l'a\l.\ .1 I. l 11.1'. Muniwa.- read akllicilliat \' hud a..urancifrom t4ie parthest' 'I'. I.. Craig: enr addrnl tin < "uini I I : 1 kt

.. : tin < 'oiinul ;:i\i |n'unis-Mon for :iin in the mleie.-t of the fail, that it wa- ,iel-iti\. to the moving: ot( IIL 1\\,1'111'| i ....LI i II 1 tl...ILL l lh-.Ill .i 1 l,Il 1 Ill... LL 'Y>i1 CS H .

CAKKOLL i i 11 i Ian to of 'upy the paika e next |M'rfu'tllimral, and that ln>ne of llnhov III the. atty. He\ "*''lllI'l\tI.tllhal| tin \pukuse : I __ ___ I
S. i I" tin ,'11\ Hall on liiaeh :Streit.a :- Would IM- olijeelloiialili. Mi -aidhe on (raliuettoenue.. ailjomin In

.. poilimi' uf the ploteed-ot t which wouldUM ,': th,,u::ht' I tht' In'-1 plan would I Into proHrt\| IN- tilled ti\ the 1'11.\ in p.i\ i H. T. McCLELLAN.

I : In the Halifax HltltI : -. apniin| a lommiilie of three t'''1111- Ilient Infill- iloli.ttlltK; "rt.llll l.tliil- t to l,I j

: The North Beach st. Grocer. : I II hi iUi-lliii| | ol uhal outs it anv.. It '' iliiiiii with (Htwir to a.1 ('n.-idint \ld..III.I.a.1 l I | (Ili, niitttM, \\itfund II ORNAMENTAL WOOD WO3.KER.ITII e

1. ., I VMiiild d" I.. (1111' i'll\' tt.-'- di-.Iu....i-d. and i' Seaman :appointed tilt' ant i lommitIre lo tin 11"1 1 iiimiiutiM \\ltl II \ .. .
\ | ultl11(IIIKI l-i.nii. kunl d.ttI.- )
u I itu.\ \\.niji.\\ ilnl |PUll' >'I'n1'1I1I.
: 'I 1 (.It'phlllll' N II. !1.I.!- : j I...\nal lulu.-of; Ihl'I'IIIIIII'II1'fI'! of acid after a Inn I di-i.II-MOII. lln.v t i tai ILOCAL t
., I M.tnlili.limn i u.'ik. Kti: I iiloni.ii! I'.Ililhit..l' I'on 'li' I "oiiiiiiis.! NOUI-IH iind B.ll-
......... .... .... ", > iln Ihat -11.-11 fair- are ,deal tame lo tin "'nin lu-imi that it -lioiilil In
........................*....... III tl':1I oiii| t-t.lll nl, |pul'1L \\ "II... I'-i.ti I: kv'f. Si lull ;SlUllljr.; Kk'; r-
I! tin nlal i aI..uu I'he our held heretoo a lIIatl' rtni t I tin I''HIM il t to \ "te onoti \
' --- t.'aico: ua: lake n into oiioiilcrii : \ '' uatakm, and l 1111'11':1- tint a BRIEFS. New Machines and Skilled Help. .
| i n :N>liii i'I( tin I'ollln III thought till- \"H >. iiifaM-rot. h..Idiic tin -tti U tan ''I
Necessary as the Keystoneh It.I \niii\idliii |III-IIIIM< \\ ,II.I'U fur vim md r i iShop r. :. !
illl.ti l.'Mi ai'i\ olip) i II""al,1r| | "in. dill oi < aiinxal.SALARY

I (' f the ;all II i I i. ;;:,",,1| 1 I'liiiubni In .sunl.ilii.n I ;
1 i .1 1 I' Bullet h.i- .101 :a I. t "n Valljtret. : on{ Mirth Hltlg-\\Ollli.; Kingston, phone 123.

S.- a (; .uid (H-llfM-l I hrallh 111 tlif !h IOI .1' : \\a\.tlllla: Ilia* h, to J I d; Iliounol .
tl.( F. BROWNPASSES 1 .: (01)l Satisfaction Gtiaranteed. ;A
II- I'I.k.171' 'lliii i inferior a Daytonathe !
i I I 1'itn: in. }; par -
i aliisand) : bitti;.:liiij;:. Ills IIIPII'nt iaulosivmk ( A \\'A Y. Till l "AI i SI 1.11.kKk iun-t vc-tibiile, train-.. on all\ tliIIIH. I ........... ..a.,..... .........v ........... ....e..... ........... ........... ... ..a... ,. .
t I bfiaiiM-V abit /liraNa' I It '.- to the \\<'-t uill Irate ''n tin ir f.'',I \

I lor i-rial. amvnik. : trip t from Stueu>tinr on \piil ail t I, 'I'hone il
latrly ma
\\'t' liaise
we'rt1 bji.ihlit'd | .tiid to :New York on tlu !Oth 70
f ImaiiM' IIIt tlll'l1|
_ 1 to Breathed llis last at dra>.e Hospital ,Ma) or (irtcne LnJcavort* to ( j
t <; H. Mutiroe left Saturd.iv f fm InIHIIIII
I the befit Hetter on eo.
tr' in all\ thuiy but I.I in Detroit lue.sda) Morning./ Compensation (For I the Otlkcr. ', ill Jolirt. III.. has'nlg 111111 I i.ill'1 :1 Ii. I I"1.1.I\.ill\.I\, "Proprietor \ I
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bill than a larger one .om do*'tor am 1 1e
t \ Cancer \\ as the Cause. I Councilmen Ilhject.I away on important bu-ini s- Hi- f.ttnil t 111l"1 I alkliII.AII tblKilll |1111'111 \ !
1t t P d I tlrgl.t.i : -till here, and will remain: for xuekes u !01 1 t
tifotKi; I r \I'-r-'Wii i-no mote. Hrdndluidav i! I linn' \\aa; ivuiin 111-111..1 i :it tin I:\l. Uii.U'i' | \l vM.K'l;' ll'l'l I' HiK l: I I \\l\- -\V\IM. |:Kuii :- ,

J. I). Cavmichael I iiiornii!;; at tli.ue;1 Hospital, IH- i: UK ting of the t'it\ I'ouiKil M. nda\ I""gl ; :>. 11 UM.II v\uik{:' ni MI I 1\1'- 1\111\\ A\I, l iMMiu f \i' -

I t e'U, 'I llIh.'I \unnt.. in ntard to tin salary of tinuutrhal. r Mr. and Mr-. \\ III fkrnam and 1 i H5MK.ll: : I Mill US. >'I l"l I.I I I HII\! 1-:. lid \TEUOIt; : | | I
., 1, lu"11 armed ftmn \,.w 1 'Irk la-( ; ;\ii: v\oik: r.uvi kins: MIII\I\I| 1'1111 I i\iv.-s \\111.1'11111(
Phone :\0. M, Hal l OsA) L. I r" until a f<'w uu'ka;;" Mr. Br.\\n Major I .rt'rur, luring\ tin. I : \ , apparently healthy man I 1'hre-. iarl> part ot the neeting: ainnam I : w,.* k. They are d""ii here on 4101111.t i .i Iluu'dlapAi.l I '-. \\. M.,U i I.! 1.1-01| \1111| | I 1IIIt1 ;- '; t:

. -- -- -- or four "C( b ago lie tiecati tnuffuwith '; asked\ that the ulv inarhitUHgu,.i I of Mr. lirrrianf health, which h.- I.. ,'II 11udS- 1:1"10:1,1.\11.1 :-7ndL. 1.111"! flits. .t 1'S. '1r'r. ; ,

t what hUI'P"'fd} | v\a.-indigotion: .> >:tU!, instead of S It* a month Heai
G. S. FAR LEE but wliith d H'tt'ts pronoiiiiitti to he'llhat I I! the uthier tii ji in house ...ul );uuraute the ht. \

the H"uu'h. .. ....... ........... ........... .. . ,
allerI' III iiranu that In "tluld n' ( lie tha t \\ -. t Carson ateompanii ii l I.y n< r ''t I .000000.I ... ... . .'. . ......, ..,

Painting, Decorating, )Paperhanging. hif.-da\ of latHI. k Mr. UWHII I II'I I II amount. Tlu mayor also -aui that th,r and daughter, Master :St h phi. II .i'i I MiIfc.ssie.

:Now' Wall Paper ih.' l.ui-i and i unUmiuM line of wall \juiti -larlrd on has journey to Mn higau in ::1 i iprivate i ofiin'r ",L- w< 11 worth it and that th I, expeit: to leave golf: Hi \j.r{ -I-: .... ....t..t.9t.'.... .. ..................
1005 | I He wa.-immrdiiUeh takrij
tar 1 loutnil wllittdi allow the nll'fI'a-' '. for their former home III \\i.-tiiii.,;
[ ".iiii.K| > t'\u .-Ii. uii III I P.ixl'II ua l lin |.. Hid and duliii'btirrtHHU I to irate Ho.-i>ital. but at this writing il(I llr aid there '. n.iI r
j uu- anpixial pllli..t'lill'| "II :N. t Their many friendwill rt'gn t te tlearn
finm( !! .H'- n. >\ MM I roll .;,INNI l 1 I"1" dfM-iu: iii Mint, fn-iu. Interior I inot known whether or not he was op. ;, "f S7, :0 and that the inirru multi h> that they are to lease. 1"1 Bond Lumber Company
II .
de Nul11t'tn 111\\1:11111'1-0: tulpliyedluthr \
'a'alnh i1 .It.-l.Illy.1 : crated upon taken from that fund
Mr. and Mi>. ti. E. lluinpliiiv.rutsfitld. '. III \U\U 4c U kl lI! 01ROLdll -
Fl.oHIII.DaytollU \
I null ;-;Lop.i i_: hnll' \itiuu. II.\\TII\\ I the ii illtrlht-III'; of his dt'alh'a..- n'c &.\t'rlil of the I'"ullnhrlt'li ui'n' >tn -
-- Mis; >.. arrived li-twitk :< > .
: iri\ed! her- iu a It It'pram to GeoU oppo-i'U' to the idea ot giving th t A\D: DKES5RI[ [ / /
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I I tau; tkVLU-u with !?: \ LU1MBER .
i from Juy; I. Hroxxu.r Z PINE AND: CYPRESS
l.udwis; martial more than ;ISO per year, u hit h
. . . . pareuUMr..-. Humphrey i- avtnehnrmmg !
deo. i. Brown was a man who wa: u pei&uibcd by the toy: tUsrtcr. rlr :
daughter: IIf Mi and Mitiinlii I IIT .
I generally:: lu\'elll1ud esteemed and hi:s' Aldermaii Stilhuaa .utlltl the toast IJat'1"iI.I I h. t Lath, kinkier, Flll\ll'ill ( 'tiling, I prick, Lillie ;
Ice Company, 'I grief stricken family have the' :sympathy t that he hiniM Ifa.- gutting more the n .
office and farts KB 1.11> -
I of legion: ..f friends iu Florida, who (.\" the law required. and that he -urtaou \\ n \\illiatnWethorfll, Jr., who. ttt.punh.i ur1 by I t ind Cement In.' t 0<'.k. I'.allnay sad Orange Avi-uue ,. i it

ICEMade Rend "la.It.1t I wli>' tliehouki Bite Its ..witt : >''d the lh'iiiii-''L pri'trty[ : .
: PURE Mli. 1' bi.Mi.hi I U < l.\ n.I. M.L.-L .f IlId"\lIl
li.ti t,:"n ''nipt' i.ili'QI Hl Hill t uti iUl her' '.:.... ., .
>ll\ 1 mtl-l-Ullgot' Ifruiilii.t lialaniaa'' .t. .a hr"h u. u11.r I- h i H>
M I.\ \'i i \.ft. ii' .1-hril ;Lt i .i..ittij : .
from Distilled Water. lift : l It t.'. ih I aUoMi.i. :... .Ia!! : I .
IK : \\.tl. tiu dtb'uot : L I
the fit'Uiu i t\ I Phone 83 R. J. \ALB\ Manager
:: tight plant' am
4 ranwy curlier. Kailusid and VoluMa: avenue I\ lipllllllll llll Ill' a nil I VUth t ill ilppoVj I II :.1 the Tlnl. i> 'WIloII1I t I hr 1l1I'rtl..ratun "I J
. . . 1 : tinest bath iu the .South. I of the i oUln-lJ J to t/wldw". "... .....".. ....... .... .

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ANNOUNCEMENTS. WHAT'S DOING I (I ationanrwith! the call of the I : '!t tbl' -:

: CViiiiniittjiof .
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAYT. l ,rinorraiii'I 1..x..JtvP fA"1 .
tin- tate; of Jorula, at a meeting "
E. FITZOERALD EditorS held in the City of -
it r. it of I .lack-cm ville. Florida on Saturday. February J. E.
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FOR MEMBER OFLEGISLATCRC.: IN POLITICS.i .24 I'JUG() the Democratic Executive Rwligst MA

THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY I hereby announce myself as a candidate I Committee, of Volusia County.
for the State Legislature subject I on Monday, March 12, lyOttI uv.r Cl,. niir Stort
: ( 1\0 H l'OltATED ) to the Democratic Primary. I e hereby issues the followingiall 'PUJE "

I I II JOHN B. PARKINSON for i a Di-mocratic Primary EI..til'l. 39. 5

I :: u-wit :
r Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona. Florida as Second Class Iatter.I The undersigned hereby announceshis The -aid I)etiiemcratitl'ririmary !> "- Fuquay

candidacy the Legislature subject '' Many Candidates Are Bobbing Up For the I lion be held at the legal polling <
to the will of the Duuoiratic vuUr> : wi each election district in Vohisiaeounty. Smith

I Subscription $ l.W Per Year : Advance. expressed at the primary, May lath. If'' : pla'p during the 11.11' fixed Ly law PaintersPaperh'angers
nominateil I and electttl Ihall loyally
I for holding on Tuesday, May
discharge the trust ( ommitt to me to Various County Offices.-Political t ct'.tiuu of
I notninating
I I.), 1'JO'l;, purjose|
I SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1906. the bet of my ability. I ask for the candidates for -
all I Ieniutratic ut.t.
of Democratic friends
f support my both State and County, to be
I 1 1I throughout the county. at t he election to Decorators -
the general
I). F. 1HIUooU\: Gossip and News. VlltI
: -- hi- held 'J't'lhUr t;, l' ftji; uNo tho-e') ,

REGISTRATIONBOOKS FOR Mi\IBiROFSniOOL: BO.IH.At : be aPI'uintll Democratic governor -
I I the sohcitution of numt-roiistncniN M.I-v I l.'ith tindaft- ot tin hr-t I ).-gxmo- .I- I tin- v.atc h-dos of th> treasury." I He of the ."Iatt between the dates of Estimates: (CheerfullyFiirnUhed.

, : I hereby announce mvs,lf a candidate era tie primary I* but MX vvi'i.k--, and th<- i i-a proKn-'iv: '- I'lith-lI1tII ami) alwaysIMS the holding of the /id primary ..IN'lill

fur Member of the .' l'hllol Board. subject bcratnble fur piiheal offu-e i I.. lie itt' on m hi- weather yi' out fur the Ix-it in- ali the time of h..Mmg the ,primaiyelection .

II to the action of the Deiimcnitu- .'ar rie't in \'luia" Coimtv. Tin.beinu and hr m lyiK
OPEN Primary. (1EORCK; ) : F. CROUCH. tl'I'I.'t- Volu-ia County |i'I I I is further pc'ilthat a si-cund I ) us a postal(
what ,
.--- _- -- i i- known aan 'tiff year veivfivv pliK.. \. Dimiek is las opjioiiMit primary t K'ft imi, \\ nu i--Niry toihoone t h'"l Iaytnjj

1 announce myself a cundulate for ollii-i-! eoiiiparatively. ant 1 lj- the cornins primary. I lc\\1 the hiighmc't l '-
iiu'mb of the board I of itil ilii' iiistnic- till ed.! shall not have Ixcnmaue
hut 1"\'I'rtllt'If'S, tlwri- uuiiilierof \ T. E.
candiilate I 1"lmat'll
Rufii.s I). lipMiki-j aLso a FITZGERALD
f ---0I t doii .subject I tu the art ii iii of tin- Drinutratir I ; ny majority vote at tne first
aspirant fur what ulliifthere!. aI'\>. : I
I pnuiarv, and if nominated I mul to succeed hiiiM'lf a< eommixMniier alit I primariIt find on TtirMlay, June ATTORNEY AT LAW .

le-eU-eted, 1 proiia ,. to IIM' my lw"t This ;paper! already iairienearly a will probably have no opxitiou.. ) ; -iK-h "ecoi.d primary I DAYTONA
I Captain T. L. Rodgers Has Been Appointed I efforts for the constant", upbuilding of i-oluinri of aiinoimeeiiients. :uid the list For nu-iitber of the sehool Ijuanl Ct'ui; election only ->ui'h electors ai werequalifieil j Associated with FLORIDA.

the public schools Volu-ia a.; I have i gradually gruvving. at the first primary election |
i F. ( A. B. Pre- 1'.I.
'rIJUr'h.f his nail
I'ily. LA.NDIS &
in the past, and ask fur the of FISh
suppoit h hall be ijfitniltcd to
t John It.I Parkinson i i- 'ed
1 the Democrats of the ('ounty. nit nnnouin \att,-of ,-Nvillihavi- thufaranii"un<-fil I '1 ", be eLand,
Deputy Registration Officer for L. E. .\rEY. candidate for the Legi-lature. Mr. in ho.ptrson.s only hal ( ruitt1 --jail fai'ilitufor F
_. niMlviMr.. Crouch is a man to become (candidates. Il'f J ; "\aiiiiiiinjf ij
-- - I'al "in.on: is a resident uf D.iytuna ail whom at or participate in management of Oflii--: in Shanks bl k < I'honeIflIEMAN| r*'
FOR TAX ASSESSOR. the people have the utino>t eoii- /

I. I hereby announce myself a candidate: promises to wage an interesting (ini- ui'b'nee and it is wry likely that he \vil!1 any primary election held by the Demoj I!j -- -

. Daytona Precinct. for Tax Assessor of Yolusia County paign. Thus far John P. Ditson an influential erratic party who are white Democratic
h ave little)
or no opposition.Mr who declare their adherence to I
subject to the action of the Democratic resident of the (,OWl I)', haal.o t1"1'llrs. the ,
: doe nof !striveto
Capt. T. L. Rodgers has! I ecu ap 'tiC.1' 1 .,, I.., 1 -I. Ii' t.... .11 I Primary'. S. B. \\ 1LSON.FOR ._. annoimcod. It i" rumored how' Pifvatt thi of; di-triet oour-4 and ju>t. whatoppoition the Democratic prim iplis parly Ulr National organization, State and I I IIEALTY
-- '-- -pie-ent
i pointed deputy registration:! t f5 t'r foiPrtciut .I.i t l UI| mi II," -.Hi( III) 11... '. VI -: \ COUNTY TREASURER eventual Dr. II. K.: DuDois, nf PortOratiK" Couutv-who are by t the laws of the
I he will hattjt i not kiuivvnlohn
No. 8 iDaytona). TI:.- book- hat th- v.ii.i s-l.all Wtl I lI.t II. ,il IIIIt. To the Democraticoters of Yulu.-uCo: ', and M-veral other) sjentleiiienha ; I Stale lawful sir tors of; ( lie .dMrii m I ItENTALSINSURANCE

will be open at the Mayor's. utn< e. cnmuuncing he |I..i.Itilit: liUu-ill In le.Utcl: I heieby announce mjscll a candidate J e the bi'<'> in their hniinet- Clianiller. of Ddalld.dlll hut vvhirh they olfrr to vole, who have. palo
JMI-II the Pmard for M-veral ,;, h:&> tluir l due not I. -
taxi gaily
nomill'alivu on years lhal
next Monday, two d..)', ah "liiOl'lJl.KIN 1 : l PAST. for to the urtue; of Countyitaiiier Wetllll'.iaDavi.1 IMoriisoii.. nlUaiUrville j 1",1 :
T amid earnesll.v ask the in.iili- 1f..1 l official! iIIldill piobablvbe U n days bi fop', May I l.), V.tM(
. fi week-Mondays and Satuuia! >'.--iimn 1111'I ii laoUi,ion in I tin I supmrtof | .
rpfilking i II I ,( announ 'd a. a eandlilatifor l date huh : lirt primarytlutioiiisto
fiinuN m the lil upon \
Mr I
my cotiang puniary. a rainliilatifor --elii-tioii. lo ;
. : 9 a. in. to 12 in., and from 1 j p. 11'.10 Ilatlt'r .II)''.' "Several >eais! ago, it VVHbv If nommated and elected I promise to tinI I l.toli-luIUl". Mr. \1or. 1.It's an be hi Id, and who :lal : .

p. m.I. ,tat 'd a coUrt othiial vestenl.iv. tht) j aifut Iii the duties of s.iid ohVe to the IIIIUIII.t'II'lIt put-a new ph.i-.i- on thlegl < ('aIN'. )' will al-u liea ealnhflali- 1'' when. i'lull* n cil by any t-ln.tor |leilge is

In order to qualify as a voter, poll .th ua tiuiMiurd tu lilt an that thevoter I best ot my .t.llily. I -laliv. i :.- rat-t'. lie 1 i- all i.XCet-ililiKlv ..1.! < (i ion ;ttiil l will undoubtedly lJd'I..1) in wilting undi oath bi foreanin.spictorhis Loans

}I.j taxes for the two years prei-iding the .. ';ulI"'l' y."ur,;. ':111.1: B \\11-111 '- aa call I- i IIIJllr to abide by and :lpol the ;
to it gblt"rulll.! haVt.nine 111"UIIN'
appearing ipiilar and! will draw
J. J. \1 \Z.\ \T. |js iiian au riioniioiivote. of siii h primary ali vote for the Investmen
must be full. The .' "I i.Lii.' for lux to siieri-etl liimsflf I- rhul Some [
tl ,j primary paid up in up tu nil retjumiuHits at the time \MiirriMin wa at one time Hniilint I :t'- lr 10'Ult.s | Iln'"r :

t I I tax for 1906 is, of course, not yet due, t'f thr gelielal ..It-l'UUU. and to ii ii'Ulity rOUCtlllYCOlllSilKLU; : of Davlona. anti lia> iiianv: :1114 I avi I ht- tie, opposition, alllioiisli I- 1n Ii ileitor Illalifl'tlll| ; ] vote in :.itd] COTTAGES.

if thus:: making it necessary to pay up the c requiieiiients b}' the tithe of the I Illtclt-by! announce mvself a aiiUkitte fiiemlaihiinj; tie votermi the ei.a .t.Senator an: oppoiieiit, will probably aj- primal y d"I'li..1I "hallla\ a nigh tovote
II I polls:: for 1904 thud 1905, aud this is be primary. This fait was aiiiiouneedwiththe for the otfice: (.f CoUntv t'oiiuiil.--iolier : |I"ar.. tinsifnr 1lfr.Ir.. Wib..r has r.-r t the f"lll\\'illg phdidlle toil :
from the i Dislilctof \'i ilUsma ( : :aiii>> ha> aiiiioimet-il mi' alaluiidule One HqU'ulaliill IJlgrl's. H. H. SEETE[ A.B.J.M.
. I lag done everyday following results I : for 1"1 :a hal I hush ami I Miti-f-ii'tnrv Two Jie.tir.s.f the Court
lijett to the action of the D iii'tlUUI"1 re-i letlon, ami I l.unla t oll.i:11 Suprune

, I As is the case in the matter of registration : "There was an immediate ruli (o theurhie Piimary..: L::. I.. PO'II ve-ry /Rood iliance for r..I f.ti'JlI I-.. :mil il w i mill tv mini to hitch I man thai for Unn of six ears. Physician and SurpeoaSieeial

, the tax paying is off until \ vvotili) fill the "m...- with i-nilil Two I'ailroad .
put of the supervisor of I W. 11,11I1.1 greater fju-ilities
legMratiwiiand | )
j fo the Deliiotialle Voters '\olll-laCo: proiniiK-nt cili/en of LakeHelen. < Suite Sc' I :
practically the lust minute, and then the lit of voIds the 1 I i tl-ti fian Mr l-lln. nator. I Hifih I Fnijiieni-y.. I It .- X.E
was! llIgt'.4 htitby atiiiounct' my -andulaev f'irleekdioii I Is a canillilate! for thi.i i.fhfi-. \ Two membfrhof I House of Kfpnsent.iliv !

the polls come m null a rush ever reioided in Duval county. I Itiml Pnt/.. I a.. Count I v l'uUIIIII.I"III-1 III! id. K. L. r..ll"r ii a ramlniut-. r I n. P. smith .- again I t'tiidjiLiitfuui t I .->. hira tury, lll.rlt 'in.I I tW"fr j I

THOSE \VHOCAX YOn: 1 all voted at the Yoluria r"uUI"uljt'I'1 tu tinaction ofthe ( Assessor of Treatment ff Ear .
y County
piimaiy, though I eniiiily I emiinil : IOIHT ft i cut 1 this cii-tiiH Colin-tor. I t is not likely lie will haveanv I.tin amiervous)
I lisirtjer
t pumaiv' l.f! !:'. I have IH-H-IO ig | ; Rhesat
Many willll.ppell.r for the ol f ( > Tux Collet tur.n .
I J purpose :some! did not, but when the I .anil MHII to have I of lliemajoniv Mr. Smith i i- ti-t Cani-erTumor
ion tilt d! to pel form Ilii dittiiof aid l lottue tinupport opHisiiioii.| a vrv < > ': ('ouniy riujif rint<'ridi nt of 1'ubiic : im. l.usMut-.1s iI r WO
: registering, setting up the claim that tleition: date came, about half of theitglsleied tu the "t'lIUIt'II' -t of ll.e county I f fHlul I. of th<- l III muimnttmq' \.iici--. l Dr, |"""es1isr milan anil C'. i'Tally stands near I Iiisfrtiction.OneCIiik. inn) (Chronic: Ailment*,

thy are entitled to vote by reaaou of voters:! could not be f.' I. hem" p 'ople, ami if Kilnti'tlliull I'..i Ii r -NM-I t> to ifiiiain lure I iliirinu l III IWlul of tin* tf'lwt:1 far astliiiiiimhir : Criminal ('hut of Hecord.One f lit(In'eat rehiilt me. 127 So.
the fact that, when either the .t'l upulouily gUUlI l "-viv li tt-rt.M I of i tin R.gwe
Ortlee Hours
no longer it-skh-d ill the loiintv., I the i-htiri'yi-ar, if i-lecti'il, aii'l will ill-. i of votes is "f .:rl.L County Tn-asiiMr. : 7 10Ia.l. i toS..tIp,
\ !
i or the election takes a\ oui'Irulv ; < Sun-r\iMir of
; general plate they and III some tases not t'\t'UIII the :.State"Ihls VolicoisiliTal |,' | Hegistration. Telephone' Xl. k.;
> linno thi' .
: 11/11\l.\-J./ .M1 IhL\V.: : I olli'i.Dr. .1 .1 Yinzaiit i.- again ( foi I One I -'-- .
will have been in Florida and in Y olu>id I fait aiou-ed coiiMdeiable h I 'llfJIIIf County .surveyor.1'ive .
tiltlisin I l'ul.I"r ii an tiltiui.mti '
c-iniist olUOIH I
: of the ftimi.Mr.. < ,
County the required length of time 1 announrithai I omit a amii'iate fur "klHlial public County IIUb..itl.r.
E. L.
Under by leason of the fact that molly "( ('till!,ty ('OIUIIII--IOIH i I U-foie the noiiilnatllig 1 ] roaiK, i-nii e,<|Ii"lIlly.ilh! I In-i ii..Iw i /.1 I ," an old solilii-r l niiinlu-r.s. Iii'u, Thrnmemljirs of the C'-otinty Jloanlof : STEWART M
the law and the
the :11
rulings un the candidates felt that I'ublie *
their Insiriii-tion.
ampliation I i'm hunt ) May I l"), andtfluil tIt ; i iicI| 1,11-1111 ijiuiliiii-atioii-, will M',:ikia : r riutochby tin- It' dlln. without Physician and Surgeon
interpretation of the law this position to office had been : I J'U' I 'I 11. candidates: to br .
killed in a (unary Hi "suppoil ot my (K-iiiiN-raiic I fiieml- t j goinl i-ojmiiNMoner.: Johu W.ill I I. lie f"Jf..t'11tljn -
111'1 will have
I I no material '- voted for said! MM'i-ial Attention to
will No al diction in.tidiountv
not hold. one will be allowed I
which If lioinmaled primary II"I".6 tQ
anti l
\\huere county. cleted I I.
many bona ia
not hdecitins I i ial
mn- .
o "a/lilit/al"l .
I ': : fm i.' for Ini j- mail K'-IM rallv liki| -. are 1 hen by ,; d folEY E
Ili'.1 a hsi as TIIROVT
to register unless he shall, at the time of r of Florida will faithfully ili-tliuif-f every puulu- : : EAR NOS1
were vutmg tin'office, and hi i I I lows ant
frimnpnnni I ll.I it h ; I
taking the oath-allowing only leeway duty mcuihtrtiit upon me.I' Joii) i H. Within t II i is afr.iin ahite' amli-; i Oitu-e and r"slil"oi-e:
BECOMES TOO EASY. will poll I I I I { 'aueIi.iat.leer, Si tutor, SIS.Candidate
:. D. 1lUuKI: a //"d vote. 'Jinn- i-- iiini Ilt. FirM ,
to the date of of the books- | for ,111'rvi.r of rl. and door lion of I'i liuihic
closing I
"It is readily seen1saidj the aunt --- -- --- '- talk i.f J. It. Vie, "f Kiia-tuii alibuoiiunX !! ilmti.,1 for 11:1,1.r ,f the I House of i A- .
have been in Florida one year and in house official referred to above what 'I he undersigned hereby IIIII..IUI"I' luttuididitc' I I I ".. ill prlal.h'I\'II"PJloilnn! ; ; n'illierAill Ilipie-entalivi-: | TtJf1hout -

I Yolusia County for six months. I an )' for County <.' easy thing it is to flood the primary Yulu.sU Culinly. sUbjeel tu the ifthe t '. I. \.Vt- berll I Taxes. Slut : Daytona Tin and sI
< i t ha-
I The same construction will be ;t loll i : mn1 out araiiinilale :1> for rli" rk of t hi' IJothIM :
put with votes of people) who will nut be iMiiovratiu) iriui.iry to I- hi.ld ,, I for Coimtv I 'rimihalllrt ('alltaf.- Tax ('oil. clor. upon the requirements regarding asc, here when the general election MAV l.i 1" L IM'\I I > : Cominir-ioiii, 'r to {j jr""I""I" ; [Hipular nn'i' and both will poll a1'iavv I { Public

and no one will be allowed to register place and takes:: : .! : __ : I ll.i .li-itrii; t. Mi.I; \\ lieu rdll! vi.t.-. l I n.-t futitl., >"iit.:SujM-rintuidmlof I Sheet Metal !
who do .
nut intend tu Livvui nepermanent I hereby announi-e myself a i.tndid.ttf'ur >I rt--I't.-.- at I Holly Hill. !II.! Candidates 'York
for ,
unless he is i 21 of when v..ia: i mill |I County Tiea-iiier, 8.iO.t
taking Th ;
years oflici"
age ; residents ( th if scions cxeiti-tin' i
; of Florida
County t'oiiiiiashUiiiei II :
in ft. to I ( ,
H-jirisenl ul for 1
ialiin tinla. : of
>l IIldidatt Regis
the oath, regardless of the fad that by are keeping up their residences m other I the Ihsllkt subject to the/ Will\ ..f faitoti-. 1'lII1PI'W1111: polli-i t t "ru alt', t mil.!.. -t i. that of ,111'riuII.II-| tration. VJ.Candidalis. ;uJJ.riur T. 15. Brown, .

the date of the primary itself or the date States. the voters at ihe IknimrutiiPIIIII.UV. | Mit I 'ji j piiblii' m 'Irui-lion.1 vvhf-ri-a va- for ('kl k of Criminal I I
of the general election, he become If tleited I Mill eudtavor to till the:- Frank K. IJonl j h. a IIrliol:111':: l<.r J Comt, <:{.") Tanks of all kinds, t i uttering
may "Take the tourist fur iiuUiue. am ; w\ ill 011 ur. c.iu-ed by th resignation i u
of legal voting Muimay ottire to tile teat (>f my uliility, which I 'i'lw lion a- l'Ulllllli""IIIII"-I" fri,ni I In-i ill-- Candidate.s for County Surveyor, 1 wiling I Air I Work
"r 1"t
age. 'ti."nut. ndi-nt l Heating
here I Fish. J.
come from the North have done in the "
: luit. .r
s.iy i iW. 1 t tri'I. and, it i ., L
: > not likeh 1 tint/ li I ill lut.ilg.
f HOW OATH READS. about the fir,.t of Xovtmber, and take II. MelilMliK |h liavi- ilifJIl. : i v. I'.itt.l'o'! ..f I"rlllrlll"*, will be a strong Candidates for County Cominirsaot>J i; a i-|
I The oath to w hich every voter seeking I I up winter quarters here coining to Tt the IVuuxiatii : any tll'llw. > i' I alec 0.lal i'. |U" :li-o. F. Self will also i ihe. ers, S.'). i Shop (iii U'c-ht Magnolia \vennHAVTOXA
of XuliisiuI'ounly
to register must subscribe, reads a. follows Honda votem \V. II. Mi. Hridi' :.innii'iiifi'- :a IMIIIII I Candidates for mi'iulji of Board o 1h'ulli' :
a .
solely avoid I l'au.hlal. -"
to ,
the :-
I cold of l.t.It'by aiinnunif nivsill. ;t I :10 wil'lll IIUt. FLA
: | the Nurth Under the old 'outruition '- llluJ.IlI.Ht' tor the otfire of (. tiunty Coiniiiisfionei i I t.ilati-to upii'-Mit tin- Seville -i.ii'.i I. I I'tof W. \. Hn-li, of S(>alin.../,.; wants I S5. ,

"I do solemnly: swear (or affirm) that i! of the law these ftoin t the luuitli ti-trut .ml l I i"ulu"i4l' j Mr. Meltiuli haa i. put..ii..i', t- .1 imuiilhier tiniilliei.. : probably. put EldIIJ.r.J d'--irmg 1 have his tiiine Cal ami get prices.
touiiita tould' Hdi up a I on ballots
\ 'mm., abject the .. I hI printed III primary (I..ton _
I to f
will protect and defend the constitu-j .u'II1111 t lie' | :111'111 i i't'1! V likrh t-i -- -- -
I register as ; if I* h.ldli P..os.r. of DiLuid.'M an a candidate for office
voters as they remained I Iltinoiratu) Priuur hl11 any county in-
tiou of the United States: and of the } lo I Uhi Id I M.ty I l.'i 'I|::1(",,11' uf V"ltl"ill.1 ill }I.e. ""d| I the State
-i'l 1.1eeup and
hire by the time for the gemruhltctiuu I Ulll Hut a slli-ctt-d i :tiithii Liii' I but il : ni.t \ t iliinl'j \.I.r..r l not iiI dwlill :late liRliibcr.S ; CHEAP; TICKETS
State of Florida, that I um 21 years of ouit-h'l.iU I df the i II i k liiin in ttUki'. I In I I otiM' of KpiesMitativt.s, shall
t | but,
I theyuulJ have bun henm 1 the I |11t'.h.| am alt infavurtit Kin" .11 :I.lioah', it i i.s very likl'ly11f' lilt. 'with the !
age, and have been a resident of lite I county tii months: and the I ledlK-lliU; the lulls I illlil I a;::JUII,.I the/ III 'I IMIIII.-IS' '; J. \111f"t'( \I'W S'livin.i! will t.iki' : .it Ihi plum.Mm .. ihairman of this committeei.n ,
: in Mate one t. : or b fore Jfiih of '-MA-
State Florida uf sutlie on I ll.ihf.iItivil Bid til day April, IWO! ( ( .
of fur months that 1 i- I
jear. I hi llp" | "-11'|ii "ii, !l,| I' .,111" "t Ins iii,tic'u' of
I aiid I
II III JOHN( ) ; \\ \\ It.h.IAI lO'lllll-' ;, h .tin} i pniitii' il i is caiidiihu-y apIli'atill
I am a citizen of the United State-., and "They Could mateilallv: alter II... re- I K.III i f..i 1 til.i1 d'fl.|' i I i M, i ..MM';' .H'dl'd i.;:1 ''i". !h. /. 1.1.t. fr l"alill as tin-1: i if I.. h.-ive hi.s name -o)Irlt.t I \\i\vm\ :

that I am qualified to vote undtr the' suit of the if t si rutw-uiii: : of Hh.iiii\in: h I \ I',I. I .i..i.j I I I 11 \l'i .,I'a blank to lie fiirnislnd by the -ajtll: r- Illinois I Central 0
I jiilluuiiC! \
'Ij primary a mui I I ii- i ,11 I i I t I 0f t i i .Li.! b Ii am" i ril :.ildivi and
constitution and law of the Mate of' tier registeied and To I litI 1"III"t'.atil''ul"I:- ul I \ ulu-u I .. .1.1/1.. / i. |I.,1', | | 1:1. 'Iwl aeei.t mp.iny .said I application '1 : ,
the '| i. '
will of : ,
j Florida." I the peoplethvvaited 1 1 he ii by anniiunc-e I i i' : !! i II .lllld-i ', .da\| '. with II.:.111 of moiuy as>i>.sMHJ |h y
' To avoid .... ,_. my__ ,eandid.u.. v t ti >i it I this ....
. just su< h contingencies .L HIT .tI; f ."." : 'uilill' r ;iKi"'l>t the I olfii-e foi j
I O11K f Ol u.n 1'1'1 II'
, Attention is called to the fat that1rvery I the ruling has been tnl.ldtl.ut i ..f \\ilu-l f1-lnl' 1"1, \hu'l he tbirl'i ., t 1", bl'I'.ml a andidati' ,
t CitUbty,
> subject In Ilii .11'I ti
verb in the oath abov i in I i' ii CE'A
given is ,
I I I of I
ail voters must, (If the Demon.itic l I". I lnM LOUISVILLE al 1:1W any siiih candidate
the present tense save that regarding i come up to all requiuments & NASHVILLE l .
11 piintui
IM>II or
May 15th
UHHi! or re-
I residence qualifications and that at the time : i.
in that they 1
piesent themselves I 'II if i.I
case the serb reads "have been." Under JOHN R. \\ fill 1.:It: I.: LI.. f. II ill..d upon any such ballot: !I I
to register i i unli this 'i.i
, t !i I! .hal have bernKrlllplied
I -- -- -'---' i FOR STAlL: tiLNA'IOH. I Ii Ii I I lit:( 1 I'IIIIIIIU Nisliillc; I I ( Mom-, !i 1 WIlll. i i
lal. ,
\ [ I PENINSULA ; ADJOURNED] i i To I the hereby DcimMratuoteis anm.unte that of I \will IJlu'm'u Ua :I j'lii-i ., l\iiM\\il'r i I Louisville. ( i iiiriniiiiri i i, St. 1 'i lav'I Incommitte.f Mav. 1'.)II.u a i: the flout i-ourt on the hul ISth i in i j I i!I

I (candidate for re-tleition to the State 1111", ( lIhilighi ;uid [.dints North and i I I" I l.uuJ! I lorida. at 2.00:( o' huak |P. m., ;;
i I i Senate from Yolusia (county, subject ti. I al II. II\'a, the rrturn.s of saiil I primary '!!

11. SALMAGUNDI. j MEETING HELD. the Democratic primal to be held May j \ j jl.'nule e !li i'tion' .iii ( Lire the f' 11 and trall.t11.t .
I .
I luth: 19 ..> i bi fOf' .
I j IIft the ln.i.h bitii-h! ) tiain. ( IIK'A< < > H I : \ .111. ; InCalifornia.
,' I S. 1
1 lit lit lit thanking the people of in)' county fur' : 'II'\: HIlEIi i j I. 'lhavir. ( 'bait ituiri. !;
, I the confidence they hav- m thr past! reposed -I j t duly solid. i'ullinau. Ii)iiPi to t t the \t --1 uilh l ("I..nIII..I IILtUY I at.! i, .J:". \ It.rkin.., SI 'rlarv. Orcunn.) Idaho.

I Live Items About People and [\ ents Assement Roll Comes up for Examina. in me. and if re-elected I hall ue | Iliiuny) <"..n.t t.S t. \\'ashincitoii.ontaria..
: every effort! in my power to advauee C. C.
Transpiring at Seabreeze andDaytona I nation.-Auditor llutchir.son every interest of my state county aud 1" W'S:1 t Aiiynstiiif .,: !"| a. iii., dailvI E BOHANNON Colorado.( I'tah.evv

\- r; people. I'lLNKW. SAMS. I II'i'aeslu'ilt'' ',':: O a. iii., dailv. Physilian; and urgeon.

I Beach. plains the New System. ; nl Chicayn a: I It I |p i, in ne\t ilav J I I l IIti, 0\,1 the h .\ I'Iiarniti-y, B..adl 1 Mexico. Arizona and

The annual election of the town ofDaytona think it unsafe fur the collector to kicp To LOU the: Democratic I tLEIICHDIIXL: Yoter \eilusia COURT.Co.: !I Arrives St Louis :-lO |p. in, ne.xl ;ilayTlironirh 1 s tl'.t h)\ION.*. FJIJUI\ j othcr'cstern

Beach will be held tomorrow An adjourned met'ting of the City I hen'by announce my candidacy fur ,slecpei.s also operated mi A ( ', I J S.< ti p in tr.nii .hi..Kamivil lit T. lephone No. 74-- States.

Very little sickness is prevailing : Council was: held Wednesday evening in Clel k of the ('rimillall'tlul"t. If the in- to St LI.UI Chirayi.Ask .. I I On sal daily p, h. ] ->lh[ to Apraith.

I the peninsula at the City Hall The members of the dulgence of the voUrresult- ;in my re aJ.o TtlEVESTERN
present tune, and I <: / itexamined For rat!s, ] and>
; I tention m otLic li.I'
to faithfully for gide
. those who the "Ikketsla \ I
assessment '
are indisposed are improMiig : roll a prepared perform itdutii- L& I }Wiks write
: ( -I \ \ to
I .I inn-
in a very satisfactory manner. i by Tax Collector (1. F. Smith. (iEu W BRISTOL. Fur iullllllili"l as tu i.tlts |1.1 ;all| | \nh I II'ar1.1 :tl"1 I
| amiYe,l 'hedultr F.
1'1" ami I T) )
1 Mr. and Mrs. Bli>? and their Ull.I II I The books met with the approval the full! M 11.\\'t\\I'I\I | IH.JEn. T..v. Pass. Agt.
illflruall II. i .ill .inv.' 'ii k. i .\vMit., t .1 I I' I\slt
; "I i
I. Donald, of Attleboro, Mays. are "enjoy : Council and vvtie accepted.. Theme: are ; SlPERIMLNDt.M: Or .SCHOOLS. I II i I I Jill ). I'n.pnetor. I Prior St., .\TU\TiOi.

ing a stay at Seabreeze the guests ofladies' about Too taxpayers and the total I respectfully :aniioum 1D'lC a i'andidate : GEO. K.: HEHRING Florida Pass. I. !f\\1'tllr| ,|la:1":| 'ial tales sly ttti-t. J Jr a _
I fur Agt -
of ,; the "tn.t"I'(
amount I
mother: Mrs. L Hewer revttue from ta\ej fur ;Suptriiitiniliuf III ---1 I

i The dance given at the Casino; of (the >\\llIatnuuut tu about H ,,(!JIIII. Lime .. (3)',l'ublilll.otrlll'tiull subjtit to .the will lul of. \.III-i.1 tin- p..I.,( i'''III'' ..! I .n,(, W. Hav .. Ja' .k ",oiivillc. I la.2J .::::::!!!!!!!!:*:*m:::::**:*:*: :rr2SSSSS** !, In aac .\. Stewart S fordBUSTEWART

Mario Amusement Company, at Day Auditor Thus U.i lIutd.iu:>ou wa, (expressed" the I h.-lIIl1llalu' h'i, tl.&I, \ -- Neville H. Clark gl & HLY,

I tona Beach Thursday evening drew a present at the meeting: and expljiiad: May 15th. .1. I. P.XIII I I I I I' t 1 | |

large crowd and those the sj stem of books, Port Oiangi-. Fla., Mai.h :!..' I LAWYERS,
present thoroughly the old Council. as punhaed b> ,' "N; :: OE hititi-in Hjink |uilj,1)f.! IM \SD.FLi

'I r was well enjoyed represented the occasion In the list IXiytuua of pio- book line that tame The up hrt for matter etihl.iejaion in the- |.I To 111tlleulU.'laU.rUt: TAX: '(\.Ita.1 utLhluri: 1 \.J.mI||; i I., I IcFsEg J OPTICIAN. |:E. .I I'.ium" 1m.... I\"f 1..I.II., I. DAYTOSi

pie there. ( Was the 1 lespeittuily MEN :: ---
I rcct'i.Jt$, which are u.udem aiiiiouuie in\ i II .1 >i. i -- -
III Mra.V. H. Freeman of D.iytona triplicate torah, and to which Tax didate fur rt -&kt Ut'li to tin "!IIi, .. of I i I' ., !:: ,

Heath is entertaining her daughter Collector Douglass! sinouly objtttid. (action I'iltHtor t.f tif the this Demoiratii Couutvubji i r t in '.' _"I 1'. .:.:,, I ii'J

t i t Mrs. Ellis of Macon, da., who arrived III I Mr. Doutla' mum objection was that held .May 1 1-i. i'JUti, and ifii' Pnin.nv< ><"> ''I.'I.. : Read the name of our sho ''. f JE"Kiscr' .::, I .p P SOdfO Air \Line
I .t few each ag.1 ; ? i:
day has ell'l'tcd111
ago Mr. and Mrs. Frrtmau receipt to be signed by tht faithfully, pufonn t it.. ,i Ii. I.. J :

I t are located in their new cottage on ,,, treasurer, and, the collector explained of said office tu the be-t of iu\" ..1..1&1' -- King. I hat \ i::: I..Yps J".xallled Frc'c.M :::: .

t' South Pine street. It is a oommoil.ju.- I would take coiuidi-ruble: time D. UI'I'l''flllh was c1ctcd for a rcisuIl.It 6 7" ;:. ..

I l i ;. dwelling. and is convenient in every respect. The: argument whuh Mr. Douglass put i h _n_ PERKINSMINI_. .. mC.lS Quality 1 id St. ,. :., A 1: .:.:,i Iirh... .1"wl"ln| Store. :..: Savannah. ( '0)) II m I Od I I lhmond: ,

I :! up was backed up b> Aldermen Caiioll I Mr. and Mrs. Geo The shoe .. \ ..: :
Miss Irene Pottle of Cuun -ni I .ii/, blt < l' of. I f j :: : C'amJi-n. Souilieni t fn.-/ ; Fialeigh
j. ; TIT_ .L ".- '- Seabreeze. u in Howard and Stiiluiau. vuu. ___ __ ... Mr. and Mrs. Chas. I : -i \4 ,. ::::::::::::::::::::::: : :
rmenurst, ... C"., wLere she is the ".rni.t.n > :; t. ae\iii"in.' .J.*. .It. to cnnslm--rs- ....,r 4.._ _.' ". : ::::::::::::::::
; i guest I his Washingtim Haliiini.nPhila- i
of her brother, who receipts m this book Wednesday:: afternoon for G -j
;If is the proprietor of as: it was %!mIIn h, \ R1 ( IOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOG. ;

, ;r a several large hotel there She will be ab-eut I handled at all turns, iud that it wa an 'i J., where they wilt spend the "sun.m', > Different Stylus, c ,. :0n I DR. I ,eJpl.ia and New V'ik I ....

; The wixk ea-y matter to l loc them m carrying I for all occasriw BRUSH : i'
\ t ; many friends of Jack l will be office in popular leathers Box ;
: learn
sorry to that
he has I
i depart al 11'EOI'TII' l'llSHl
% N. TWO
I .: ed for to the Collector othie. LLtQAM 1W %F\S DAILY:
accompanied by La I Gun Metal' I 0 :
wife and their I Mr. Hutchinson | The matter of the Vic Patent !
'f son Ernest. They are explained how itiiplr : waiving right i t G :SKAI'.OARI EXI'Ii.Modern : '.-

. i, l enroute to northern f.eorgia.hl re they |Ilhe matter was, and that it was a sure j proportion of a special l abami',nl I" i't j Col Etc. ,. hiee..e.i !

, ;: .. expect has to locate permanently. Mr. Hae- 1! safeguard against any errors. The i I I tax fur the Davtoua-DeLitiiii i t <.u I ." .sk your Dealer. I ,.s r 0o: 'Jlli 11 ;1 ialt.\". : :ld
1 gett disposed of his: real estate hl l jiugs auduor 01
on the peninsula. ,! said the collector was '; brought hfture tte townCOUIK Ii. I II I I M. C. Kaiser Co. Mfrs. 0 -- f .K \lMi.\liU( YAI
handling ,
; : ]! '
:' The help of the Colonnades public fuuus. ana Hill at aspeilal! meetiug hut U I g DR. E. R. !
!t t an I -tht r that he ought; to take I'I > >)i. : Georgia. BRUSHo ...

i I hotels at Seabreeze enjoyed a l1. nw; : every method to protect his- bondsmen evening, but uitioii was po .tp! "!.>" : ,, .ianta. N
I t ivui Wednesday evening by t !:i:1J It I: the next SHIELl i : I
Manager f."III.. Btnnat. in the clii:; ir.g ,I old was n.uhod: however, to pur&.umtnt' regular m rtiag. g I'l-ATlST. $ Pullman

room of ti.. t hc.mdike rectivicg receipts from 01
ho .
; The the treasurer' This however 1 \ I., OJ Equipment
hotel .'.1. furnished musk for greatly Ird .
occasion. the piea.-td Mr Douglas?, and he said \I'hl. : I ( hitlr Line ihrongi he had now oo ip, ,, :.tik, !
A dance no kick to register I t'P' .. 'r"lj
that H. 1'
proved s. I
cf lucid.
one tl etv i ts In all there The Shulils( IIVlIlCt
of the season ut are fourteen book and h. r'il\ d Commipa: blrt'JHTi fli.ln .1., !. '

.5 given at the New Daytona Seaside Inn Beat Tuu.-h. vi;as iy ;,.1 they HuUhinen were all gone The over: can fully by? Mr. t Comt to Dii\ / feti a week i AND : oo'OO G' 'ooooo _! NcVV t(1,1. ,,'.s

evening.: A large number book are very complete tuent, but tim will HEALTH VITALITY
% of unit.'ion's and will ) v not uttl./. Id I I1I )
had been issued and great I be a model 'v -ttm for the parkag-on B. l Ii j. 1i ytol: I 'I'PSSII and ...
ma.ij tx o- I city to pursue. i. -tn.t Ii \ M': : I?
I t I furnished responded was to the good.request and The :' u-ic City Clerk ilkmson has already Usgun I made M i \ .( 111' '1'1'0 sn.I tordm 11"1 al"llf'NEJ', v f..HtJN 1.: .S X'XLYS ( "!(Hlil Ista1 ili i '>r full iiifi.rinuti'inH..I -.- per rvr-
every l'N .rl's- work f1.11' 'U ,' .1 ,,, vat ions call ii.i..ird"
eat voted Proprietor and Mis. ; on. M-veral) oi th- ln< 'k., ..H.d'ithl11 man and will e ait ti.iii i '/ .. btimiu 'I "I" I ': IL W tt Id.., l I..10 l : ,) : llIt II 'ti il.I s.
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<< a bincere vote of thank oU".v.-c : b ir ;iivtin ( HUrl ,;.y-r 'ii \'. ji i li m ". Hi'oppusiti .. (!"$")' "'i lelll>il lit :II l tmap1.mut.t' UOlK ,,I. ..1 t .stih' ", ,r' I. :1)ol""lt, .1.11.! 1":1.,1! iut, 'is ::011 .' '.
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LOCAL EVENTS. tBcCorc 1 ; you leave the city t don't J. 1'. Mcndcll returned to the cilvWednesuay I i I

fail to fall at Wallace's Curio Store. afternoon from a brief trip Their Days Are Ended HALIFAX RIFLES WILL BUILDANOTHER QUESTION OF

He has everything the tourist wants South. Ktrtr

Just Talking Watch-Its our in the curio line at that I INSPECTED. BRIDGE FIRE PROTECTION
prices are Miss: Gertrude Phillips, th< popuhr Moron r.! Perkins aged G'J'! year di Ii l lat

hobby. Can't we interest you. Ourpnct.t bound to please. We are closing young newspaper correspondent from : i j" l home on Valley ,;strut at Riy- >s *? *; r. RK kkk

are I i ig\ht. you know that. wit our stuck for the season at Ormond, spent Wednesday in the city. tuna Beath, Weduotl.iy night, after an
very Ci-mpiny found to be in UooJ Condition To Span The Halifax River From Port Communication Received Suggesting
t'ngra\"t'.l! free. low prices. ilhir of several weeks-
All: g"> H X. Xtlillho broke his automobile -
-Annual Inspection April 2,1 Orange to the Beach Front.-
1.. II. I How{ & C.. :Miss Robinson of XeSm within few miles of DeLand. has The dt-I.eased had been touting tPaytoiia That the Fire Apparatus Be Turn
in Daytona 'rna. arrived had his car repaired and again put incommission. I for the: pa.-t six seasons, ami [:Lncampment in June. To Cost 20000. ed Over To Halifax Rifles.
There is no change Lathe, condition Tuesday on a visit to had touri.tsold i

Captain C. H. peiwt lie is still eriou Mr. and :Mrs. II, B. Xl. : a ri neat Milcits many, \\ hll friend.among are sirievwl over tin the 1IalitaIitles I A. <:0,0H( ) bridge will span the Maliifax [ Early in 1h.tlbr the: Daily News ill- The County I Frank Bugle, of Holly Hill, has begun I estimable 1'ltpl1 S cohd. Ioh.utryw'as: iupcctidby Hivcr from Port Orange to the contained an interview with former
Commissioners and tieith: ot !h>' gentleman. I I.II"
School Board the erection of u seven-room cottage on j r,1 liitu hal and Major tJu'h. :distance of one mile, and! will Mayor C. L. Smith. In of city
Mr. and Mrs. Ceorge; CourvoUier and will UPrt ilt l>ivUud I lie I li a\t" a tin and son. The !latter speaking
his property UII01'(1t: Ridsjexvood, I H PaikiiiM-n. The atlIJ.II'e be ready for business next season. this thatit
Monday in near gentleman suggested
regular I
Mr. and Mrs. :Seymour left Wednescay monthly session has been here severalvetks at the bedside -
Washington .\WUlle. I fall' good, aid the ,company xva. foundto At : meeting of the Port Orange would be a wise plans for the town to .
L.1. :Mrs. ,: of his father.
for Millneck, C. C. Bohannon will leave next I be in very creditable Iohlpt. Bridge Oompany held Thursday, it xvasdecided the local
month for P. J. Doyle, after -pending the winter I! Th remains of Mr. Perkins were ) : military company complete -
soave seen the genuine Pink Sac City, Iowa, where she 1.1 The annual inspection of the company to construct a bridge. I willlie charge of the fire engine and hose
you I .
will in the city, hrrlunu'tl to Coney I .--hipi: 'tl Thursday to !Hoopestou III ,
spend the
Coral Nwk Chains at Clark'sJewelry summer with relatives. laml. Tilc' other members. the faintlywill ,1 will take place on .\pri 27th by Adjutant made: of cabbage logs and something and le them quell all fires within the .
f..r hilt i rnl;lt.Mrs.'fhumas. Jeneral J. C. I U. similar in style to the bridges at Daytona. -
Easter FII"tl.Jllli limits. He also thought that
1 an
W Cards city
Store? at Clark's.Mrs. follow next week.R. a
no\\ until II-rd ill Day the inducement it would b well I to give

Mrs..I J P.:. H JelTcrson has returned to I.. B. Hand and Mrs Arthur 'l. Bond, of Lake IIdl'lI.I prominent I V. Pagan of Ormond.expucil soldier. IHIVS \\il"- Ittin The Port Orange Bridge Company them I small remuneration. Thursday

Paytona. after an absence of Vexeralweeks Carter will entertain at ('urd'lltt the/ Palmetto inemlxT of the 1 K.: \\'. HillHI! l'om-i I on Tuesday at that pl.iciafter \loiti'II, and they hope to was organized:; about a year ago and this paper rtt'eint I communication

: -pent in Montclair \. J.Mrs. Club rooms next; Wednesday afternoon. pany, sM-nt| Wcdnesdav' iu I II.I.iI..M.H t-I'I| :i brut 111'11" The iluea-I was a [ire.-cni I a good! shoxxing.The The stock is U\\ tied hit. \\t'l known and touching upon the tame matter which is

I tending' to liii.jiics.iilTiiirs., !,I middlc-agi-d I.'Iv.and had a legion of n-xt State 1Ialllll"lIti: ; l hI influential people in this city. B. 1.. as follows: -4

C. II.hIHltt returned Monday William II. JIt'u I .y It- H'S Monday! forNew in June liet\xeen Jackotixille.iii.l B. .\. L. O.
week \ i"it with friends Or Carter Boyes, who has been here in waim aciiianitaneeHer| husband i ii i- III.I.\ Aim.-trong. \rl.lwlIg. Dditor: (: lUeXthil \ ::

I.uidu. the employ ,,f tlt.| l,1SM.n 1 pj1Hriimry, Yolk ( 'ily.111'1'1' he tikes chart- : .. : of u handsome strain Path(. Mr. Me-i .
leaves lII'xtet'k for his home in New at t Oimotul and hi.friend.- -}'''II':1III1.I'llh for one of the mo.tiiece.fful encampments with the (.mlU ha\ log no MTIOUS fares I think something -

with her. York ): tale. Coy will spend| the summer cruising: inNew \\ him ill this alTair. The funeral I in Cue Stale.Thioiighout the contract for ( ," of the should! lie done iu the way of firepioteetion.

Theprmg; term of the Circuit Court The :\ I Knglaml: ; I Watcis.Dr. took place at Ormondcdiu. :-day.Dr. 1 Ilurititthen' i: renewed l bridge has not yet been closed, but it Early in the season I read

will convene ill Ikbaudon.lpril'J, and 1'lhlltli"tl'lIlIrdluuthat Kingston ) J. l K. Raw: II g,. trill leaxe l >..iytonaalHiiit -- activity ill military affair i :'\ t.ral will probably IK- let today and I work a piece in your pajx-r relative to turning
,and also
the s--i"n promises to lie a busy one. Rev. J K.: Mickler the parsonage, occupied by I the iiii.l.lie of April on a visit (II .\nest: rung. l Iltt't'\. (' ami .. '\ e.Iecialistof.lack.untills' new companie, are facing organized and 1 \\ i illll.tiat'I'ollllll'IIC.t... the li.e, apparatus over to the Halifax

Criminal ('uUI t wilt not be hell I until are shining in a freshapplication his old home at la,1I1I':1.: Before returning i .. utlitrS that have run down are being The people of Port Orange: and vicinity I li'ille, and let them re.-xitid| on all occa-

April : Jth. of paint. Ii i I ; he will \ bit sexeral of the niettrolNlitautintsinthe >|' will xisit brought up to their old standard.Captain are no doiilit highly cleatcd oxer the I -ions xv hen there is need. The complY

Try iruThwooil's Hutter. The School Huard has placed tire ex1 1 1 | Kast.Mr.s. our city Ajnil '.Mil) anti ran In1 MVIIat Morris 1 of the Halifax 1:lilies, action of the bridge people as it xvill is Mjlliciently strong to with almost

UiiKuisJiers in both the ;! the Hotel, in I II I .!'t put them in close communication with Cop
colored and I white Knoch Calloxxay accompanieil by Troy |H-r-ini. in -icaking| with a representative of thispaper :;iny small fire provided, course, that

the cement sidewalk on the south side schools. :Minor repairs have also beeimade Miss Callovvay and Master F.noch I left -aid thai the company xva< .ti the UU front. I \\i also be the (they are supplied with the proper kind

1 of the property of K S. Yale)', miner of to the white /'odl\lulluildill for He said that he means of going to Port Orange from .f fire-fighting apparatus. Daytona ia
today fur their home in l range: ( :i.i., Resolution applications.
!KiigewMid Avenue and Cedar Street Mrs. M. C. Phillips who has U-en 'i after a xisit of several d.I'sith Mrs. of Respect felt -lire that he would take a goidi.ed here via the beach, and r.turin'ia not yet large enough to employ reguarly '

greatly improves the appearance of the ( : and well drilled to the county road paid firemen, but 1 hope the town
company camp
sM-nding| the winter with her sister, Mr.eo.It.'lark /'. Daxciiiort| and her daughter at I lolly r. tr1 .. '
place Work has commenced on the < left Tuesday for 11 ill. I j jf a- the 11I"11",1' all :seemed anxious to I Ur. Van has proK-rty[ in- will grow with such :.triJe that it will

sidewalk on the Itidgexvood; side of the Knroute: she will visit Columbia, S. C. I I Biitk 1 Layer.and I Ma.-on.- Tontou.. li- do their It"t Captain I.rri further t'n'"lsn the 1'al1 (opjni.-ite I'ut Orange IKnecessary to have a paid department

Persons ha\ in<; liti-iness before the i: Whereas II has .\hlli hl will a I boulevard, and
property.Mra. : phased + aid that I who apply for membership I'un.trul I[ think the idea of turning the fire apparatus -
Ciiminal Comt should! U-ar in mind i
S. 11. lute! of this city, IIHS Uenawarded ii: Kll.i oilman, who recently purchdStd'I'h hat( it docs not convene until AprilJltli b 1
the contract to) elect a $7.IM)0) and |ioxxer to tale (rtts thi- life the I lie- encampment \\oul.luut be admitted tin to "completion. :..h..11 that xvould b well to investi
( Uixerview, on North Beachsitrett : owing to he fact that the
resideut'eat Oiniond for II. II. \1111",1 I lured wife ol our rsttrHurlb'this'r, FI' tier condition, lie says that there gate. TAXPAYER.POSSIBILITY .
I any r'
:; from Mr" :-", Jackaonxillc The Circuit Comt will convene the
residence ulNl1I|
will\ be. ---- -
in itUcaolxed
try pretty ,I Pagan:; tllI'rdon'lLl' are a 1I11111'r..f young men \\ hiIuld
expects, to mox'e to her new place nextweek. dale t for the coiixcning ol the other
architecture ;
and work on the structure j h: / : That while tie bow in only join to attend the t'II'awlll'lIt. PALMETTO CLUB'SANNUAL OF
She will run the place as a will court.
commence at once.Woik humble .siibmLsMon to Ike: the will oft and not drilled and disciplined -
boarding house, and! it will be known as tII'l
TheC.lenn. 0111 Dr.>> Van Val/ah's 111'ap.'lt- K.. A. Ilkhanlswhualine, time !> :,1\1.! we sincerely mourn the death of they)would be I draxxback to the !MEETING

the residence of WilliamWcthercll brother wife and extend heartfelt ELECTRIC ROAD.
inent house, at Daytona Beach is being our our company.Daytoiia.

For Rent--Large ollice iu Atlantic- pushed! rapidly ahead. The building is Jr., at Holly Hill, wit it rl'i H' Mympathy to our brother and family with the territory adjacentto ..It ..

Blix-k: recently occupied ua niuyorVolfiee. three-stories high, and is quite imposing with his falllil '. fiom Orlando! about the in this. their time oi sorrow, and be il the city, can supjMirt one of the beat Mrs. Eleanor Weaver Was Elected l l

HIXCIIAM: V: Tllujii-siiN.: in appearance.. itiseuustrutledofiuu- mid.llcof! 111.,1It'k to assume |I"i--.c"i' n further companies iu thetatc and it i i: hoped! Scheme For a Line in' Daytona And

crete blocks, and (h"lIa.hlot yet i if the property lit: solved: That a copy of the.-e resolution that the ILtlifaPtihIe, trill go to camp President of Organization.-Satisfactory Mindsof
Seabreeze the
Mr. and Mrs Divid! Hargraves and I 1'011I-1 I pre.-4-nted I to Brother tagali: with and orderly set of Agitating
\\illIJC a large young
plea, tini.-hcd inside of or j J. M. llickin.-oii. of the til in of Heath Report of Committee.The .
Mrs. Miller drove from and that they lie recorded in the minute
B'-iij.rnm over three men. Some Local
mouths ]'t'; Dickinson) will Irate for Narcoosce, Capitlit111rt
1>eUltJilJlld.IY: andicnt, | th- day with ?, of our meeting.By In the (local company there aress'vrraleratek annual IIIt' of the Palmetto
j Fla., next Monday, here he expects to i is some talk of the establishment -
Daytona friends. They report that thenuilbitxvccn '- Ir.'truastro11g'aollice) hours anil ; remain during; the -iiiumer. Mr. Heath ordei of Committee. iiiarkHiieu who are practicing ('Iul wa.- held Thursday afternoon in of an, electric Hue between Daytona -

/ Volu.-j.t'ij two principalcities !I to 1 at Hotel! TruJI'lil K-lll.) will continue the nips with the Cherokee with much zeal ali energy and it is the club house on Orange .Avenue. and Seabreeze and to skirt the

to IKin very gait condition al The dm' for time :; ."OIIJ) :] N (PP IICAI. I'AUI.OUS. |"-dicted hat they will gift a, account ( h\ill to the inclement weather, onlyabout
tor is i: a uell I known ever some luugtrI j jI 'HI Imrdersof the two m.ullilipalitC. The
toe prc.iil time.Ac'oiding I of theuiM-lvc* at the ;tots tll.thirtl of tit. 1'llIht'r"n' in
sheet.tlistof .lack M m villc. 1 1-l't! Dr. K.: II. .\I1I1-lr"lI:: i i- today piolialily trial"l men who are being talk.t.f! in connection -
I M. Schooiimakcr; ice-president The military i i" badly inntcd at tout I.titi'e.
to tin: Miami; News there one' of the be.-t klioVXIl. eye -pecl.ill.-t- t..mlall) i with the enterprise are principallyhome
and .:t'III'II\IIIIllIaO'I': of the Pill-burg; of fund.and if felival .series The election of officers took and
;; a 1.lLC'
xvcretny l iH-ople' in the Miami, lock-up I I Friday \\at 'banner day for parties- 'I of the Stale, haxni"\ burn c-tabll-lK-d. I t Is'r a men. They have biifhcicut funds
and Lake Mic: Railro.ul{ lift I Monday( kind of ( resulted as follows:
on BilIIII.( .}' while the 11,1) tOlla city up the Tomoka and there were scxcralInials I 1(1( Jacksoiixillc, here it i is con of 'llI l'III'railllllIb 1'.mlIII' to put into execution such J scheme,
l'n'sideut-Mrs. Lleaimr: I P. Weaver.First .
aflcinoon for Augustine; : after spending doubt )
jail for the past' M.-xeral weeks! has nuts that took the trip iu addition, to t'd'dlll' ha* the line.-t optical: parlor> of arranged they) wIIII.1 no li'c.1 : but In-fore they go into the venture,
several days in Daytona. Mr.Sihoonmakcr's Vice President-Mrs. Gertrude
.- n the f iciof an uli,.uder. I lUytona) the Pncle Sam and Cherokee., The Tu. ;; private ('arI'lit to St.Augu.tincon ; the :South the "iii," '" iH-ing; 'lllil'/.1| | | "atrlllil"1 \\'. Ilsch. they are looking, around carefully and t

as -in ..Icily,' I'llI'C', is far ahead of any'', moka trip j is one of the best attractions with the lalol and IIIIII"t modern appliance. President Mrs. suing up the situation.
: I the eaily lain this morn- SI'fUlcl'e -
tuxvn in tue -i.' .tI.. in this vicinity and \'i.ilurshu fail togo ill the electrical line for conduct 1\lrI.t The matter of an electric line in Day-
I ink' Marsh.
I on this little journey have mi.idj lug his tin '>*ion. The department of Port Orange. l Mrs. Emma R. tona has been talked of at intervals for
tl'ael\'r: Cards and Hooklcls atClark's. : Recording Secretary-
I!j I some of the prettiest. scenery in I''lutid For Sale--\ bargain if taken at ,: Neurology has been e.-tablished in coni Jdltrson.Corrcsjionding. e\rl years past, and sooner or later

II( i Hea ion with fits optical Ju.-illl'I!hit r, r, K some one w ill in\est their money. Daytona -
1 I i, G icorge H. Chapin, of Boston, proprietor oiiiv, u centrally loraUtl lot on l'al-1: Secretary-Mrs. Ida
I Inch all forms of and tieabreeze and Daytona Beach, together
Mr. and Mr.-, Robert ;S. Holmes departed ., of Chapin's Real L-tate anti Parmi metto :-1.. ., "ix-JiNl I foot.. Only 1 jwll, I. I w -yatem eye nei- Mr. :.LI-. :-1; arnxed (Wi ieorgi.i Maley.
all dllllnil'tuIIIu.h with the several other little towns
Monday for their home in \\MI-\i:\i Agency is i|u-udiuig a few days in Daytona lilM.IUM A '1'1111\11'11\: I! von.- complication.alnt) Thursday tl,1 his son, Henry Sauls. Financial krretary-Miss Kathryn
and IMIWC! troubles lirt't. in this vicinity are growing at a phenomenal
sing, Mich., after a pleasant stay at Sea- I!! on (business. He is the publisher I I' Mr. and Mrs.: are xisiting Mrs.Legg's Thorp.

breeze. Mr. and Mrs. \" :;. Holmes of (Health Resorts, a publication which .\ large and tu11tun14htuiisadlhltltn has; :> ('IIUlI'itlIIlUt the Oar of tings' :; or on-ra-| parents. Mr. and \. ra.: Treasurer-Mrs. nur E. Maley.( rate, and an electric line i essential
{ j tiunn Neurology j"i not to meet the growing needs of the ,
an experiment
and Mr Geo. S Toxvne, will remain :j! has a large circulation. Mr. Chapin I Ix-cn made to the store" of J. \\'. Pulg-' !, The Library Association has placed a AuditorMrs.. Hcrril.t C. iardiner.
fad, but i i.a which ha.- IHCIIpracticetl town.
until (he latter part of May before I they :! spends the greater |x.rtionof each winter i ham at Kingston.! The addition more ;i, or a -ystcin .hoot Sectional Rook (Castin the [Histollicc The reports of the officers and various
the \irther11Stales
throughout (
return to Michigan.E. I; at St. Augustine, where he has largeI I th doubles the capacity of the store:;' to :accommodate the new books. committees thowcd the club to be in I
for I.i and haUen
P. Poreher, general agent of the \I,"C"l (t' interests( and permits a better di-pl.iy of the large:; !;i! :adopted: by user many of years our leading medical Mr. Rat: Jr., \\hl has been. with most flouri.-hing condition. The year MEMBERS
I for friends Palatka returned home has of The club i isentirely
i stock of drygoods and-I notions, near ll.t'n one
Lake U'rth and Indian River JfIgrls.
Pineapple : ; men. This department is under the
i Waterman's Meal Fountain Pens, I which |uiri> it is 11",1.I Thursday)' of la.-t week. He has U-en free of, except the .'.(k1)burrowed ) ARE DESIRED.
CnwersAs.ueiation, after sending a charge of a graduate in Neurology :;
assortment just received at quite ill, ali is still very xveak.Mr. ,( the Building Loan Avocialion. -
few days in Daytona, the guests of )Ir. new I The Charlevoix grove; west of Port of over 12: years'practical experience.Dr. I Rees and his daughter Saturday \

and Mrs. I 11B"Nlgt'tt. returned to Clark's. ". Wil I.fl r r r
j sold Monday by J. \\ Armstrong comehighly recom
I Orange.!: \vac
I for their hlll.1 in the North. The \dull htitlsecost about $.'.0iO(J ,
Iii:! home in Cocoa Monday. Mrs. Fur- I II Beach to ieo. 1VItugrra. 1I1t'lId.tll'y of the leading citi/cns Halifax Rifles are to Secure
Ililtieslf I many
I I Miss Retta Ned, xxho has IH-CII I spend- Daytona l lIf Mis Berry I and -Uter. Miss l"it., who and this means thai the energetic lathshays' i An\iu
her accompanied him. i l ;: I'p to the lime of the freeze I Jack.-onville. .such a :LS the Mayor. 1\-1 haxe their coicrinColonel Some Members.The .
lug !!,'\ualI'cl.s in the city the guestI'of : I Ii II1 \.itilll; during the past yetrraised moneyto Honorary -
: Mayor l-A-l:: ;iovernor, bank -ident.-/ .
: Notice You ran get dry pine her brother sister-in-law, Mr. and ; the !:I'IIWh one of the most prufitahles pr and Mr-I Roe: left ;-alunl.t; )'. They will the amount of aUmt *:JWO.
Fee is $10 Year.
and irole-ional( of the State. 'fheIdoctor per
and oak wood! at 113 North Beach Mrs. II. B. Ned, left Tuesday for her ; and llouri-hini in I section. It conist i | men be missed by the host of friends theymade The xvoik of the various dcpartmintsxva

Street. :21-lim? ( home in Boston, (Ca During herlay i i > > of I hill ty' acres of good land. The I I:1 notifies any ulio may be s.uFer-! during their stay.i exceptionally: goal! and very flattering According (t the State law each military -
Rill clear it and in leg from any chronic diseases to call in the State is entitled
she made quite a number) of friends in I new owners i Thursday there was a very pleasant and highly pleasing to every one company t
Extensive alterations and improvements | truck fanning. and have their ease !asked o\'t'r. also to I ten contributing or honorary members.
'I I Daytona. Mr. Ned is agent for the I I hop at Jlg\'wd Hall. connected w ith the club.A .
are in progress on the Sleek residence -I'' I examine: the list of people who hlt11'l'1'1i \'" I TheLiterary S at their the The fee is $10 each year, and the parties -
Southern Express Company.. Mrs. L. II. ('. I D.ivenjM) ami daughter, utcty II.t year ago organization was in
cured this ini
I by drugle.-n
on Ridgewood Avenue. St.pi- ny.-tem who become members
: Ma- xxho |i rll,1 in Ridgcxvo Hall Thursday rented quarters whereas now they are honorary are
!' i Miss Blanche, of :Sharon ,
azzas are being built, a garage is in I Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Sims "p'lIt18aturdoiY !i the State, and to any of whom they I J afternoon. in their own attractive and commodious exempt from jury duty. .

course of construction in the rear of the I in Daytona ennmte to their have been spending the winter wiIIle.L111 in their may write for ,'ulll r lIatioll. Many of The Church Tea Friday was club house. This is the result of the A.s the Halifax[ Ritles are badly in
Hill, aft'rn'HII
residence i and a marl road is being built home in Jacksonville, having just re- I easy cottage at Holly noithern home. Theyexpert tlicMcases had for-a !given up as abrolutrlv I!j well attended. Mrs.. Xl'.that was hostCSS. rapid progress made.During need of funds, tile) would! gladly have
for their
from the street to the garage.J. j turned from a pleasant trip down, the morrow winter. IJIMevenine incurable. lib uttit'C111 lit' :at the year there has. been thirty- those who do not desire to become active -

C Butler and J. W. Williams, real I P.ast: Coast as far south as Miami. They : to they return pleasantly next entertained a I tht''fre '\' lloii-I, hurt, .lpr.9-III. lUiuifrom'.i 'i Mr. Fail went to Ih'Lut Monday. five members added, twenty of which members become honorary members -

I the day here the guests:; of ('. I II.I ). :; to I. Millard drove New (if the -
estate agents, doing bu.-ines* under the spent number of flil'lIIhllh a farewell card ILilll SmyrnaSunday. are active and fifteen associate. There company.
firm | Chamberlain, proprietor of the Palmetto I has the of The Ritles are a deserxing organization -
name of Butler Si Williams, have I Lt'lt names two gentlemen

dissolved partnership. Both parties, i House, and were driven to Ormond in \ patty. I ( III.\1i:! | :') I lou..1. T. I'atit of Ostecn arrived added as honorary members, as follows: and are t'IIIIII\sI1| of the best young

i' aft'rHIH'IIllI'l'e they took the train i in the city. Those who are at the
the and returned home Ucdntsdav.
tak IC'I
: and Charles H.
howe'erilI Scng!!
continue in the real estatebusiness. At the l First Annual :Spring Meet on Thc'ot/c
k.sonville.I CITATION helm of the Daytona military
for Ja company
Mr. Butler, in addition, will Pablo( Beaih April 'J to I I-: several Ray nor.Yesterday

make a business of clearing land.Dou't I i I Misses Lcnna Rhoda :.SlubcnlmrdijinilKrne.slincriutlierlan / prizes \\illl be given for automobile and I:I In I oiiiitx, .I 1112.5 I'. .111'1. i Mr. and Mrs. (1. F. LuHx-rry and Mrs. nearly}' half of the club members arc promimcntly identified with thebu.iness ;

: ::; gaffe a f.ire- niotor-biey le races, some of which anopen m ainl lor the. I oimi .v ol'I HiiPxiiarrixed home Monday. arc at Ormond, a guests of the and social life of the City, and

forget I that you ran buy Misses Athcnaise I \ulu-iii. ;Stale; ol I ; Alfred Morford aunt down to Port t 1 of it is hoped that the jieople will tome to
of the ( :
\\dlllI'Y in honor only to !Florida. others to Jcoigia: \ll 11 rO"Clrltssocatk.ns
Souvenirs for the :Shell; I j In the matter ..I! theI l.uudcrdale lu-t week. that latter furnished the aid (>f the company.Notice.. j
a wmg at xxho MMIII leaxe ofi place. The organization
and I Gladys I.undy, laud, Plot Ida. There are a numU-r I LMale: of M Utii' .

Boat This is tin last season of the fr | |u-ir h.c in :Shccpshcad. Bay, I.. I Ii Ii :i amateur drivers and riders in I Daytona j Baker, deceased. i i 'aptain Fo//ard has his new sailboat. the program.
I I in the water.She looks if she would
Boat anti i gas at the residence of Mlami i I i.-h\ to If so full
everything west #, regardless The party xv ho may w compete unil.. mi xrJIIM..KOIsumoiin': .
I. I Mrs. Conrad) :Stubenliord' till Noah particulars and entry hluaJ.1':111 be secured I i be a goer.

ofi'u-.1.. i' RidgeuiMHl.I and w".aIt'I1It.-,1 I by a large"alhering i I from John B Paikin.-oii. I'I'I \"" 11Im\O: : ;;. T E.hFilZJt'ralol has { The It'lier.f the ,\IIIIulll Society IeE.:. Lee. :Smith of Birmingham, kkk

The i a|>|iln-d to t III> curt for l l.i-lt"-r.latit'ndebunis met Tuesday at the of who canoe here about two months ag 1
ease of I 1) M-l.arcn el al, v" I the tit young folks. The atlcrn.ion 1, re'"idCII'e 1J.
town of with Mayor 1 Greene is of the opinion that inorder |' oi .\.hllilll,11 mm on the Roe. with his family, will fill the pulpit at the The Registration (Book \\i b open
Daytona wll th.L.i tohave
Beach | xvas joyably spent gamrs. Ki-lilte:. ol Maltie ItaLt t il.-c.-ilMtl. l.ltf lit
come up forargument; before Judge' and delicate favors wile prcbcntcd to, I to make his (M.ltee appointmcnt- i sjiiil I'oiiutv ol \ .hl-ii.! ami Stute ofi First Baptist Church on :Sunday. {l'\ hmrLYpri2nd, two days each week
Minur S. Jones, at Titu.-ville, Monday, I I legal:; they should\ confirmed ,by tin: I i t'loriil.i: T. V. :rihoemaker who resigned a eoupl*, I for four weeks, Monday and Saturday,

has been until 2nd because all guest | Council. Wednesday, in "PC'iLkIlUilh| :; Tlicw airs ther.-iiire.' to cite and ail A U \ 11'. of weeks ago, preached his ran-wel sermon 'I I at the Mayor's office, t enable ,'oter

of the postHncd fact| that Judge April:; Jones, ha"lIotcuul'lutlt'IJ 1 I |IIr.) Armstrong; leaves his l I.ollie, a representative' of this paper he stud ;' II"I/.h .ill ul1.III.I..a..i.aid) ..ill:1111, the In J.llh'.1 IM- and a'il ap I Iciedltor.s i i A hamlaume ( last $Sunday. Iehlt'lalf'r i is to register for primary: .I.t.J. t

court mug D.idc (!ounly.Mr. !;inflict in ch.tre.: of able New York I j I that if an iinNirtant| arrest' xxa-s mailc}' |ear lielon-I tlii.I'oiirt., on or Inio' the I improveI* prlpl'rt| :float and interestingpeake.r and the T. L. llOIK'iEUS.Keg. :

'laud Ch"u-ag-> specialists, while! lie, i I a memlier of the force the question asJ ;| jlh nf May. 3. l 1) I'.tlMi. al"I"I,. \lh. on jH'iiiiiHula, near Ormontl. A1 tout member- the church hate beeomt lJp Officer. I\

and Mrs. \V. A. Wheeler' of !'n'- after the, I tll whether
niont, Ohio, have returned In \Daytona I tours the Stale, looking be >t h'i, alor.-anl. olherxxi.-t- him leave lie '
i Lilly continued, bytheI'ounrilmoist I barn an-l beach ha\ xvin '1' |p. t 'i"!0 C. C. Mtllor and family who have
ill I I-- Kint-.l/
Beach, from a pleasant trip of several 1 I intereststf his many: juttients tier- I rti.ed and excn if Ih"I'ItIhol win out -ami\\ xv ; a-a-|prly.'dn11's' In- M | I la\ ls'11.t in .1 fw ta.I., I--I I.i, n-I I-. |10|I bolt of" upying tlC residence of Rev. C. 1 11.
111..111" .111..111.b. at i'ln-1- l.. s-n-e rMalr.,
.weeks to Miami and points I :South.\ They \\n- Intuit e> nervous amt! sit'lIIal.'''1 m the mallei thins.iould be 11I.101 l< tin- 'th'I.n .\11.1 l> I .II; "I I laboI I 111"d-.j| \ll-, SJi i II,, L. Itill I i M. BrulLI.: on Palmetto avenue, let '

are located at the home of Mrs. 1 P.: J. I It Iroll r II'. He rail bo been here itIlersuu t 1 xerv dl-agiee.ible. ami till iilx put InOIIH r ,, :. .Mil I I \1 I i 1"1. \ t .11 I. 1,111,1 I el" 'Ii I |hall| | | \1'| > l I. |.Is-.i i t. h.iM t, IL"t t i I' \ Ili! 1htoI I II :irly part "f 1 t I..k for their homer }

Wright. Mr*. Wheeler's lither is. xvith I I I .\ 111,10, 'It I the: 1'1'0Hutt'. !. i \pi'ii-< .i/ 1 .,.11 l .lu 1_, I| \ '' mini ,\ Til'n" \ :, 'i. i .' i It I l"i >v i .. Pitt-hurg.
and is retried( as Ix-ing quite ill. i

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:! Parkinson .House. C. E. JOH.V.STO.V, Proprietor.

UtLc-e in Trlrgraph ,.L LV. EL.\M'. Rubber Tire Carriages Fine Horses Carllfa

AND HEARD. :?, Fine l livatioo corn-r Ri'igeW3o.l and Magnolia Avenue.. W" a. >U quippd for ''Straw Ridta" Th tin .t tnrti<,ut# in .
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CITATION OF ADMINISTRATIONIn EIt'CtriLj ht,. Sanitary Plumbing. Baths and all .Bur. ru. t all train* and tat paw-nicer to any part of f the rftZ.'t"

modern mnveni-mes. Table the lest the market af- Trunk drlicerrd promptly. Stables oppi.nt- Put.... sc h. cl
a County Judrts Coar -

:n and for tLr C"Uctv, : f>:T'K[ Liri-. ni >ly ftinii, .hHi rooms, well ligbted and 27 .,..:
\ uUs a. State u! F..r..i. Telephone

'j Expressions From Visitors and Home Peo In thr Mattertt.e :..iate.i.'N utbt-rn r'ct.rurr F, r raTe*. apply to] --- --

F::tnt ..f f Harry H

tart. d"i a -d. MRS. JOHN B. PARKINSON

pie Briefly Culled.-.Many Things BY THL 'Un.TY Jt'lnJE OK rilD OfKT: ,r Uuner and Proprietor. v V

\'TaERE.Willi iU1 At ro-,i ha appii -
'I* to th:- Court for Letter of ] '-

That People Discuss. .\.1tLln.trllotion d. b-jLt? nod on the Etatr -- ; ( .74

uf H.urH S:.*art id'.-i. Utrnf
aid Cuunty uf \ state o! Li\ bha La Sha
Wedtt .ftel1.wHIl tare i> at least thrt hundred'
'I read your amdr ;n ldy 9 !

t5 about careless tinvisg of a'at mobile ': thr" cost of whom ar? s tii:: fl.nJ 11.lira: tUref'it to vile ac 11 l a.I4vnh .- ROY LA SHA Beach St. Electrician. }

with much lIIt'r?t. I am itaeea fntC'Jj .ff wtiie othrr- are waiting for L ah an.* -m.uur tU kudrd and ,

glad to see Lut 5 U.* CL? u *s a ,Sa4dagain fir r.( :t.g arrival"To v-r tie tv.itors; of *.:d d.*a-1. to i*tfoi and apar Hue line uf Table Lamp*. Luth Ga; > tend KWtrkBeautiful r y J e
tvfort lbi" Court on or t tt>>-
t the exits*sp-aj.g uf tLt' '.rowd t or.jrrc.itra. tort one not &cI /uI
''.uthdaj uf 1l nl.\ D. 1*tj. and tile -
DiLht.t't.1d: 1:0 very d ,.g"runc. 1-4r. quant with I} aTtoca would this' ; ubr tiunif sac thy hay*. to the tixture>, we make them. Phone Itftret : III .t / < i

ticulrly when U.e drivr ntr yvutgW the tuwntrad 1O/, ). mhlibit lIts. r I Inarked II I j tantltll Mtrr-- afon-r-ai, 'itLrt-rvM riil ;

Le4 uric' Of ltigat ft'fLlf.IL" vk. 1U oS an add e! a fw afterinfill i tlrr .1U. I tit' irratjTed a.pray..i.HI > my ?ei vice? any hour. Lam 1 ". Shades} and -

blact, can i--.lly ra.ttl.-.l .1.J .to a?" tl Itt.-' > haiiic Couuty' J>i>ljr>- "f i Path ri".< for ,ale'. Fixtureexchanged.] tL' $NIN 0
'tilt ..unn &i.r"*lil'J. thiI I!tb day .I .
i the main ttrfrt of the town a dirUrxlL/ PLENTY UF Fl-n. !: Shan h l't;. J LF.i.1l'/'rauav.:

,ender t is hatif tour, if "n..ttLg iOH- day 0.&I th. HoSt'.v.- t.d.t .< ;, rc.-\ ountvuU JudJr.I La5ha LaSha

i& not door to top tLT j 'n,

were the remarks wrath a gO-I.ItlduaI. from tLr at Daytmu Beach Sine* \9b
| th. I --- ..... ......... .... .... ........ ............ ........ 4 / 4 oC
Used tLat Las a pld tt..f bu'ursa uii nin aimltfhav*- tx-r. fri-qui-ntuiz -
+1 March ;.7. lal pub. Ma> -

Brach :trttt.i. uUt with a grvup -J Fran fruiit murr regularly lu qiir-t T j' .ti t to Debtors and Creditors. : MALLORYLLINES : ej
/ c .
Evrrjote juinetl ii th'-r ti-h. ... \ S A
people in Us store. W;- .ti.'i In Oouatv JjJit'4'u -: fJ

the coc> ei>atiub aud ali uete of ttepiubii > Lardy ti.rrr tll'\t' turn m
that li.t vjvlaigrs < It
*". ': >nr t.?..>rot Laura a ,
with. to i-rI
dealt "
houhl severely f'f il- tIf' I Ii I. '.". dKratll.' .

HOTEL PEOPLE PLEADED.HoteU i i hrr i' an abundance of fish in *.. j VOKi- tarrety "h'.,. that the uud
in the city foLd un u.e Ftr.6L- [ r.4 rWinabO Tr'ianiril uf Laufal Mlllr t- ter: :
iud! at rile present ta.e. ate dou.g d f'.. far[. ;j a-oi ..o..n vTMiitur; irgair ana a.- : STEAMSHIPS. :
j inr jic .i.d an olDrr prrKjCMthora' .r BETWEEN .
tIle business and it wiii likely C4JLtlliot C )'IPLU'Tor A LIVERYMAN; tray ir.g claims. or arruatds against for its : rt tfe Hi,.' ffiuel CD .r IL' h. 1..1' pa"fliiH 1 "If 1II"/'il'' / [ ,1(1111.I 4.,A

good for two or three weeks to ctctel '. .. "T.H are some pa>ple who hir r. tai. .alit prcM-ct tn. .iiit to the ui.iicr- JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK*
y 'aln." ai !Qc oCSc. of C >. R'UlI.II.1Itll.i"I'
l man told a Daily News rrFrr-tL- h. from me "h.i irliEkt in ninE yrarlium date or txs forever t.rrrc I NII 11\ EP.I KoWldVii.M : 1 alnotf: at (fLart um S. C.. iuth war*, fe

tutive yesterday that the March patruL- rr.-ra f.>r 111411u.iho.! Ithout 1\iJli' I E01H'lH MILLKK.EIrcutur : I SI'Al'tR11u11> .\ : 1'1/-I1IH:1.1Iil'\UYIEEI: ( THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE. "

the Paled; l'.> :ora Flcnl1&.tib.dcl > ut mportant 'JI Ltr, ,TtI p,. d. 4u tl..t. will tit' ..1.1 to rtrrd :
at Lia hotel had been largest in th Irast. Reoenrlv I'
age then: ar.) -t
hr.i I. : tl.- i. .i' t-r..t LrrtGp ..r lLr rdllu4" apa.ltt ui IMUIIIK hall.>. tuu. m- : 1 The Clyde New England and Southern Lint
that his place! bad ever t'X;E-rfIlCt'd. H let uut a purer ana butty I to a turn"nan ? ?, I x d. I! .r..c".1. III.h.llIal.I fl Vlit- allii utti-lltlOU. .
was in a happy frame of mind as the reporter snd when te ret'imed it to me th*- n.1'.l ERL.EH.: JAi.}KO'IJILU..tEtn TlirK>.IAY.S : IJ1I.! .it SH-VIIH iVlwwn ;,

copied the arrival, and he said horv wa* in a fearful rondawn. Ashen i Notice of Application for Final >.. l iw.liifcof -bi|, in FI 1 iiii
that he was tbickice: seriously I of doubling time afterward te returtea and watt,: i'a Di.charee. s il net KM: l E.I lES Tu XL\V HiHK .nI.1.1. Hil.N'lS XoRTH. : i aiinjy at I hard-j-tou Birth VV avi'.

1 >Oi:." Is :.'.-"I' .I'-: It.ttt tar under to. lu.fmp.trll/tl.n*liA\LliiHI t All.thlnughthr. SEMI-WEEKLY SAILING,. -
,i the size ('f his home.CUXGESTED l.ore aId I refused to let hia hay ,5
-uo-ti. aa ULe- of Cna.-- lioboiiina : FllrE.( \ i LV.XliS"ijugli Southbound . . . . From Levnis' Wharf Bflftjf
I AT STATION. one. He became very cad ard even Lt- fiied ir. the of ;offi Lr .r.u-cit of inr: jujlcoi"rk uf"tuClrcuitCort 1r-- U'Ul l ...hi! to all! 1.( ."iu puiiit K-ir fill! tiif'.nndtn.u .. Northtound . . from foot Catherine street, JiektutCLYDE'ST.

Those who siiould happen to wtLU sulttg." These were the rezr.Arks isaie cwt la an j cot "> ...::u iurt1'IUndA oiflrai j"O'lf.lI..J: dtti-ti i.i.u* uni-iH.' t.L.. .Ui1, ..HI'tr .1"loCla"!; '- 1..4tl"I',. -
rawnj--:: a- wh aul.;..>-. and v.i t... iI' -to ail'l\[ tnCM JUli'Ss
th<;ir way to the station &uybetween afterti : by a. hrvmictct 1 liveryman to the write on IodilI i -.1 \ V.. :f*. d t tar *o>ir l ( ( R11ERL11NJ: I
3-30 I.ndI ,'dJlk''lOi(1 U Such a condition U sets commcn. bat of ten o'\I:: e. a .or aM oc tttitoflci a; : AS. DAVIS, -'II llr! t IH: 'trrrt. :
it ::tay Lt ss.d; thai 12 most cases thc e''1:1 tbe ciaittr cac t-e orard. a: l1tut\:lIt Firs. Hi iMa fM5. : .1 it1a-a.II\I1t'' llIrIt11i. Between Jacksonville and Sanfordsrom.Mi r

I amazed to tee the number ptoplrtvi- who Ate truei tu the d-a.b acnoli srt'I'1 I Ida.\ or to 'hivrer the Hun the Mi&-r i u:1rlay S Jonc-tn.n f ud o*:.hilt (ufsaJ : IJ.-". H I fills I..rl..r. .. ,\111.It rl: 1..1t..II'1.. la. .. i AT P.L.TK'rulto'1' t .\\ns. REkExukll.: fns '(

grated in and about the suti'ju Every 1 Lot the owner* of tt ln.t Tour for i iett 'r* of Ui-jhkri:? a- --..La' .... .... .... .... ............. ........ ............ anal lutrnur.l"u: ST. JOHNS KIM-IK? 4
t > Mn.--c 'iiv.:. --- St ';uiiHix .If'i tY of ..larksniiville"t+ "Knd k I.eBarj: |
*.-,: C M BI.N..ii M U
1 \ssiii.-c d Cr.arl"1Cll;' air .1..t..1| | ) t'i al! a* f f"I1I..a! : l \.- Jaksnuviil dailj! r. "aIOrda

t-tPRESENTED ALOVING J -. -- .- !H lorida! East Coast Railway. --:.i..Vt-p. in IVturinim I HSabfuni..
1r-: 1',1.I..r. u iI.l' \.. :. .
Heil Uu.n

} CITATION OF ADMINISTRATION LIt ','.Ji! Time Card No. U. In Eifecl January 9 llOd.u Ixaly. -' .'iupW .JtU'1.1Utllr; ................ iI'"-Ye UtHi ttJIJal It1 :

i CUP. :. cvul> i Uhn -'-." > a.", p ui ... ... ... ... ....I'alttka..". ...... ._..... Ira+r l300g1
I : ur.u lor ;i"j <>' :.\ ..Ili- EAiI DOwlt N017N bu& ,O--1EAu UfK .'1 00 .....
". jiUsia. ;a- 01 K.-y a iii A.-tur ... ... ... .. 330ft,
': '!:- UIH:.'"! > -. -- -- --- -- 4 a.J arr, 't. I rain-ii-........... ..... :100 .
'tr ;.tl1t. d.1.11 J > 13 >0. lY So. 131 8tAIIOS' t i'u. 71 >o. 7* .No. h.. Ud .... .... .....I'.I."jJ't.J IIIt-I.Jlb.l .
1 tart lJ06111 lJ06111 I IJ ... ._. ... 100 pi93Q
I 1 ..Q.i M H MilJL:, -:-awl y ) i Dillj83u : Dilly! U.lly .U.ily IIIitr" 3 I' a in .SaifonJ10.Mia .... .... ... ....... VGE.HEWL

_, p i J a 'w 1' It .. JICllVnul.l A.I 7&1 1I. <. ..... ... '
,1w" EiituiriM. .
i J HI Inc ."o: NIT Jfio> sun roritr: I ., p IHv 6 .. ... 1OMOlrA
I p 1I.I :u. JrriuartLe Lr 7 fl Ii 7 iI.I .
!I \\'HEKKI KUv.: 'UIOl'l'r..IU L.- &(;- .. I..6 a i,8 .I" CL aJ ./unr.... 6411 pi 11611 6& j FASSEHCEI-- D TICKET
Jf I Mr. and \tC. It Bennett Were the I I i wind :o tci, Court fur |L-H-I" of 4cI d'i< '. ..: J. 11 its . B.+ntr/ ... D v p 5 'l 1 : 122 VEST IJl! T. JA. .tc3k9llbta
1 George ,
-- ---- ----- .
the Estate 9 -- -- -
[, saiiiH'ralioc on of Anna M j..l au +5-.I I Lr. iUI ba'II:& .. Lv p 5 L9 p b ii r .f. "u41:55 --- -

i I. -la.acd Mil>. d'"c"tutr* of ald: County of Voiu 1. to .U P a.aka Lr I.v J. i p Dw i t 1 F.'\]lC1I..iEKJIt..t ,im I'b-,. Am I I''i'Vtrr .v :.i .Iil' KMj e.ri
I \AI "UI.6. v2V a,1.,; .. h.u ... U 10 71A1 o.6U. ; ,.i a \\.ii.riiorEKJR.I Frt Art
i The- art tberef&r to vile and &lonoo. r. \1'.1.ELi.| ; '
"I't- i
; !sn ali and lr. ular tfc kioarrd I : f.5In6: -I l Ar :1IlI II&c -. Lr 145-J. -1 (5 p Fi .
> : > and cr- If' ( '' .t HuKan :1. J.u k.-"u\ ill-. Fla.I .
Recipients of a Handsome To. ort: aia dircea,ed. to Ii and appear oofurr ;: I :i b Ib b I.6 .'La II)1al.w. l 2.W t 66_ p .! W r 1l.IJ r I 1.\ ." 1I.\IiI'I. : 1 Slur; I E't'b b.. \\It \.N .r6.
1 this Coarl. un or f.-for the Mb day of !; ; ib ,12l1 p La .. hra .... 1. p ..... ij a
ADrti l A. 1'1 !"_,aud Hie III""ahl"It au'. i l 7 J 4. lt 111" _.. buLLta: .._... till" 143U I rr. i I.VIiK MII..NK; i;.ii.rnl 1- r.I; lt; \j.l.Ir \.w Tort
ttey itav". to the arantiini ItttrnrrtoriJ.uIFgvvttlcaw + I : .Ii I' i1ro p LitG.Ll. t W f. !! 4t'J THLO.
0. :
ken of Esteem. : I p z ,11 12 a''' .. 1JIIlIliLoJ ..... t Ii2 p t :s ". 5 5v S to a I.111.1it. dtri. .- I'"i., :: ; In..r Hitin h. J'HI! brna ; Vniilitv uaiti'- ''.ulit li.a,-- of ihr ,: .'. IOt II I'.LJ p117V ai i ". L..u ._. 311 p/la Q $7 fl12 i ..
':1.1..1111:0 atur'--I1:.J. ibi' of Srai\4 '... i( II :: p I 11) p .." VIIL@.. .... 41 p' : 1I ti a >
There IIrI a Ml of a l-Ia'Iatt surprise esteem in which ini gf-nt-rally pep L]ler ,i .' J. 1 ee M'' "t.IJk1utl. .' c. -" 'II 13 p U. a Ar :." t1lt'L. '" t. (III P S6tI" a 'U i

in store for Mr. and Mr,. Georze r H. i couple ale add bv their guests. .).1.. Y J.111..J ... ... r L. .444g. 111 p AI I".. l... i443)1445) -p 1Th SOrTIIEHX RAILWAY.Two
"I: a t 5S I- 154 10". VlaLiUll 1135 J. 14 b, p 519 p fI I9 rG y
Bennett, of The Colonnades on :dtur- j I Thr-y have been most generous and 'J t a 5 l41Ai- p.! Vl"tc Uty J.tneaur 1. 3G .ll 1494 P 6.-J p iI.u P .
:', w yl 10 14' pU6-4 1v Xtaalaa 1., :$lf p1 2611i'
the -
T day evening. when house full f. arduous their erforts in tLtI'rt.LII.gguestS.Onf p
p 7y P VaLH..I La'' 7 .. y l t a
one hundred congregated ana loc'kn.c after the comforts of thin ocr lust i.ut.. MnrcL .'. fiat p-u fur:. .-, .I. .11 A p %-le.-p 1.-u-p Ar 1 1\: :::r_ 1 .e" 2 tl p 1 t" a 524 1

the rotunda and' secretly *ell piaLEtat t v.itLia tteir household making favor- : CITAl ION OF ADMINISTRATION ,: : t 11 I .1.1-II.all" )1 'Ar t. : acf.1 eaurvd; I.Ar :1 lu i 2 -. -I fitt- -ll-a Trains Daily to Washington&NewYorlNo

'4tU3t a wee token of high appreciation ue of nune, but ever watchful and at- !! 17: .J.J p 2t-p 2U p i t.111.1.- .....c -.\-II6-Jll1tpT43; ;! .

and a worthy tribute to their ter}' pop- tent\t' to all.uar in 110 i and'ouut for>ttiv JuUnr.'nUh r I"t'uuit uf !,i i !: 1 :+I P '" Coca t._ : 1 3: p II/Ij .H X.1.8 'fa.. Trnw. t/lr Nu/'No :i Nu.l.', ] NUKT'M A> D WF.SQ "
1If. I -
host by the piesentation of a large. ; \\ ltu the loving cup bad been f filled l lu ittv Mattrr \''IU.t.tl1!. of i".lolj:1 p 3at"i a p l'l. (0' R".1'e P ucclydyr: Hutto 1 171 61 p p. 216. 126'1. ."..'8 T :)I.i I \ Jn. k-olVllle Ar -;;n<:'h llip 7 .p; ; ; 4-'pIV-Jtktk-OIIU.ii-; aids 1M/
of ; :'
: :tlwl.l 414 1 I. .... hJ t. UI". .... 14'1 p. n a :i i< n t.! 'r'II'.I"I.. J\r'i ? ,t, ;.1 '1-1 In ::11'110 ll.plr:. J
handsome silver I loving Hon. Frank'with ,, and the t..t..t" Marv I! I ... 112 I l' i :.. -Mjp. ia '.1. (Mu
cup champaign refilled it w-t> b I. n.. SrLuutar .... '!167 It ... It |i : \ saxainiith AT IV' Ilalp : '.-v. HJI II arfll"1I1I
strwurt dnravd. .4 : 1 5:1 .... .... i.Vp i 'Ar <' D. Creamer, of New York was -letted 'pas-edaiuund fur JI aGaataa ,,1I Sa a 11'C It I I'a 1! top 'al", J* ar Arh.UIIi"1I
ever body to :
) I t't fa ... ..... I I"r jUIJt
di a Hit. 1. L"ct lilt 1.'AtfJ 7 ,
I bT THE toi'STT U Irr !> 4+IU.nI leT: a lu :d lt tia iittlii WIt ar tu
to confer the honor and a wi-er ch"'lce.sp; or tw-j and toast after toast was of-j i 'IJ J 6w p 356 p .. rr.t t"elll ..... ', 1746 .1415 pluiw pill W II I II :JjJlfAr t.r *u>lmr. I.v r asp ;,'.!a. :0:8111a.u.. UulruuI.Ii..b \ .dpllrl
XlMiKKI-: *-.h M \Vaiia.-r bll, ki rill i a a'7r p .... ... TLb.u.; ... '1u 'l'J b6i :is ltlJl.\r tianvllliin ".flB 4.:a + m. \ lupllff
could not have been made as )Ir. :Lft-H'd for the future success of Mr. and tit ILl,' ,urt for l.uer of \dual.I- J 6 s t" .... ....... tiel .. .. IfJ 1N ... II t! Ii -.- -- -- ------ ---- -- 1u IIpar bh"IIII' "." \ '"pt''
JI : aPi .
Creamer his duties Mis u..Uun..n Itir ..,1"'. of Mm v steMari d<- : 1:1 6ri p. ...... .... .J'IIICO. .... ,,1413 ... 8y '; 'a ..I"pAr HkhUluud I.\ 1.J'p II ; arlxAlnyl.L.6 ra
dispensed pleasant BtLLtit. and Tte Colonnade?, also oeuvrd. tare "I, 'ald i ouulv of VulJ,Itt and 1124 II :all Q....-.. .... ::.ut. . lbl. 1/ ... 851 p -- ----- .- -. -Slip "p ar clcctuuHiicluciHuati. > all
most gracefully and with a few but apa sm-nu reunion cf the present Muteol .lull l.. 3 I. 7 (. p ...... .... Cuba Vlilll1 b U 1/ .. .. i '.II.p I 4. II* pAr LviK-titurK Lv :: Vp. ja '
svluuli iTbrv, are ,' UIIr soil : rr71a
a adulolQall ,0 3 jj a 711 JI tltlt J Jplter s'1 l a "d 1.1 Iw ; !mpAr < hanit"iII..I.I. lIS I .ociuelouati
propriate, remarks expressed the high ems U-re next season. i aud -4ri.otat tar Io.J d'.tI and creditor- Ii U' a Iv r 1 ,6 S. S 05 I. \r sld r4to lIe.dl "blJ 111 i a b 13 p p Ilw '..Vi '< "'pAr Ulilngt L\ Hiia I43j: .. "i 7 lim- -ar_ chlra@_ ... IT Sf
of aid UrC<-1i."d. to b. aiil appear M-fv r. Ii I t N b l1 I 63'1 "Lr... h:;: I. b. tr f0 .lU 7S a llll "j;,) 50 P :il :ia ''I : .pAr Kaitimor .\ .1Ita ap .
--- -- ------ ----- tbij 'OI.TI11 or rxr.'ore IL.C .tb JnA \ of'. by 6 U\t" t31' 6'J p ..-warlPalmbach .r'lf1 I .lJ U. a 724 !Ilp 3-kAr: A'.Phfla. 1.:1 -ap >' .Splv: ulielUIUill rr'tldl'
p.;! A 1) i>..,. and nIt .. "cU.I anxttey .. 6 :b "b Ii .... b.,II:01 La. 7." 1 la Ii JIO:6" 4i.p F.4BAr NtYurit I.v !:::!un,24: 'psar F_.__chil'ul_ ",. Isagl
bJivr to tin- graotln I letter a- bfniesalj. bs, Sty ... .irrar
Died. THOSE P Tts 7w ..
WHO ctberwi for . I- --_ _. t'Plh' .
>ainelii be rscitJ a- 0.fJ. 111 W p ..1& Lo1eld.: d U 81J1 -- : arTM
I prayed ... o .t IUIJ p .. .. Lti.aa e'l. 6 WU p p No-, 's and i- ">." York and KlorMa _._wn_ar__ __ Cldeag.. : l\ 145
'A itr-" my ittmr asCouoiy Judge of I i a Sv Iv 2u p ... H.1aLd... 9 SU 6' p .. Kxprck." I rail.v I'tilliuaii '
RRK REJECTED i Count> ol'ir said the filth day of llofl h. i"Si i I ; 411 I . lew"'l1 a 08 6 il P "Ktpiny ''' fort Taiupitaiid lirttwlng Koum i '< upjK clinripnaii' ar iN
OFFER .loss Jarksouvll) ,
y 1t1 l.vl. : .
tau I ,'. .
'-.'S7 J. LEBlItCKOKTCo 770 II 1M. j: i bW a ills blu p 52U P to t'1..r'. a Tr ( ,. : it lthg
Mrs. Sarah E. tuckert, of hhiladelpbla JfU .aty Eudtid .. 'I II tAl L, : l(1a'vl! J At '' 8 Wi p : ear I 1..1".11.. h 1111}

died: at Seabreeze, Sunday, frorrL kKR o-.J'- I __.:uw_ "__- I At U.luJ_ l.L r i __ 1Z Ki L -. S... -..."aud .ti-fa-hlugwuasdFbrMla -)nll.luiliMl. \ -I"d ar/11M
: '
i iOifer i -- B del l.nartulUUtawibne. 71. !.!'etaaplLgtanuatLIStbi.b! : Su.S 1'fctly Pullman Jirawinx Kouiul an .
pbythesis puluionali: ? at the I\dnl.D\u i I L.: > tliepl LUG.r -l.*"J.lhj <<.r. Ju"""11\III. KI \._ York. 'i.a. !ip\ :+ f7}
ot :":. J. B. Stetson To the Ltersity.They ilia jjCO.NDt.N -- -
age of 63 years. Her dauchter. Mrs. (Fi-t: ('Ut. III'' i. : ii-t put \4EXECUTOR'S .i.14) | -- -,LU-StHKUILK-- - ,.,.J. l'1.. -- ." h 1-' .t.1. k rrMia! :
UfclMKUX AlKtU>ILLE \0 f. Al l.l 11\ L KaT.\u.M
- --- ---- M"P IV I.. ,.1.\1'' ,. k 7
Emma M AgreeJ To Gh -- -- ar
Campbell, was with her at eIOV.VOO T -
i -
NOVICE. ''I.. 2J-NU 27t'No 2ftr Iv 43' 10. ,i'lu37'.1... 36thu, 9 -l3t\u -15l 7 p I.vM J..k.,"i-. t la. An. - the time of her death. .
cat TUlIOt.-n
I $ Dally Utll" tall 1..1.\ a'aunahGf .
ConJitionall) j I Dili; I; I OlltOdr I l I 0.11 Oall I Ar .JiI. Ilsar
I E Odll Ar i4
r \lIfll"11. !
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eaMoIIN .hmitia.
The deceased spent the wmtt-r at Sea i Nuti: p I i- t. rl't 4:r t-n II.. ninii-i-i' ; i i _a vSr S f. LIr.a; ,11 r .: Blrinl lip bW

I breeze and tad quite a number of acquaintances 1 he Li't i-ue oi the N'oliisu Cta u LtylrltIlr i j .l F.\i-. ill'i .; Iln'E-Glte'IiLA' LT j.JII'\'IUI 1 I I ,u s a l w a'': b'cu a'; l1U p 11110 p.., 8 LV p 4 'At PI' 8 'Ai p "IIII t Ub : pAr"r11110'H..I".rl/ll. N.T.....I.. I Lv s',;.I lai> w:par *ni|, In-plai.M \ Iyd19
both Kecoid has the foilov-ing' 1| J I Mill-- 01.) .-u--.i w III iii tin-Jtnl: tl.\ Al-t "erg".ctr_ 5 w 24,4 lu 'M .* 19 KPLJl w t- 5 6u p v2lJ p I > tC .lu-U {,. I p1.1 r Kiiiixvitluu.. Lylr'a rp' ''a's'st. L'1! U_IWnr .
residents and -- -
tourists. among ")Ir; John H. Stt" J I.Ie I 1n11' i niihtv .11/11/ ;*- (IIrt i \IIj. I Odilj I Did, I I I o -\r i 1.1'.111It',' ,. Hut >h rJ! l\ li.rlrrr14*
tru -avf QailjLv DaUt SunE bunl, Out, 0.11, 0.111 'E4'Stt iiu-iuuaii. t.\. > -
i The remain were shipped Monday J- I >t< < Stetson t'niver-ity in a rather 1'11I1h"II.I,1' 1 at i... >ftiiv mStir |fc- I ,EI i i __ _. Vp __

), UItIV: to Philadelphia where the iratr1 unenviable position. She offers tIJ Lilli} I... .11 'it'l-i I t'M .It H pIU\',' i i -t ; ."..u.el 6 U LI o U p 8 20 ,W"P 11 10 all illIv' tw 7 'II 6 2u :; CO KW.II.S i". ...<.and v I ells' "" hUh L>ra.iiiB 1'OIt.lland 110.1. :
1 I+ n.r.t will take place. the University *100 COO provided all salt lli>- iolilAVIhii. .1.! .-. I iU d l pitlllr-lf. lu \re-D1.'l,7: 40 p' 7 10 p 7 M p Hi p 12 ia pt 1u {., j.j .II.'J .fI 'J ._. : ka 1I..I.\II..I.' d! BulM'-nu-ii.i.uii.";"pttr, It..i, '\UI"rough*> cuath.-. ,:m.. I I.. ''dl.l'lttpUlI

' the trustees re in. The wit: i Trains composed exci. ilveiT of Pulisc&n i: F>rlut C is&na iu tot fars will be ct..:,.J ----
'I : question at ThMiiiih nor tiumir i Hiid rllll It \ t I'/ Lv-a.-tjcJ Lt-elolcJ uu t&c < Ira:11244 IiUll ti till v.Ic4t lam ia Ct.a1ieoJ. Nut 1. aud If-t Pmllii.mi ag' ROOIl
I" \ 'tt-twllllV' is. Are tne pre-tt U Js-1 I (1'1'I f ,. = o -ri iy. urin I 1:1 r o! .1. &rll
( iWl 1 fist 1.I..Ndirt, t
H-t "! and') \u 1 Ex f'IIt'lIt 1InltW .
: H 1) Jiztr, of Cleveland Led in trey \\unn n.ore than 100.000 to the tunt-vi-i 'lI 1 I'i) ttiii iutiuiiv D.+ |I I \JUU.Q. 43 '.o. *l So. 111 rily BranchLt >Q. 111!Iw.ttul 1!40. il I Diuhig Car :,1' (,n Ioo Lilli.Jpw"bh J--"I u.t .k VI '.," -JIt'CIaL.
t b Daytona from an attack of heart disease : 1'niversity?-Tampa Tribune. 4ii I tllllH \.illl-Hl 1'rlldity.1.11 '. |I- All Trait Iatk 'mill.' tu viui.. !.IlUIoOj
i dl 1t.1 '
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; Friday night aged of 67 year*. Tno>e trUotetto voted against j I ili i :': I.) a 600 p S15"- JraLCt: ArL. 750 12 SO p,, 6 3u s. 'u'"r cad rrWnli i I'. ":" .o\I1I1I!
t'i 141. 1 >i> sli.iMi li\ 2.! : i50 6 8 C4 h. .
Ar. .
4v tg
the p .1 brays fl tu a 11 Nj a .6v L .i.iil : .1III
n orcauzatiou of {
l' I t The deceased came to Daytona in the I oard and nut map'iini ,I'Un ul i !> I.? i I."II 1.1 a. 2.5 t I'J t5 i 64) p S fi* 1.lLaDtiO.. bran 8 46 a 11 46 a' 4 45
: t.' Mr. and Mrs nl f J: :1'L' 1 '.-L _> i 15 _. hn..I1 0 HO all SO a 4 By
j January and th. d.aulc11" of little accept 5teton'propo- i i mintin.. ) Sintr-i ;.h; iH'intt __ __ __ pLMNSIL.4K __

i t benefit to him. sition to eive the SIUO.OW) W. S. JtIIning !111I the III \ uf 'llAVtmi't. "" 'lIlt\ u; SHIM j > AM U) OllW TAl STEAMSB1F CUNNEC11UNS AT J- C. LUSK, Dist. Pass. Agt.
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" 1 > iii.-l ' Kluiida. -- - -- -- -
Juhu F --- --
: Robert Howard his sou-iL-law. Foibe, D. r. lletcher, i -
r I ark | ui.i,I i iI to p M\ drat!. uicuui. Mti-i E.-t CIuri CIil wioD 1iYJ "llml lta IIJ'nt Bj} M
it f
I. rived here from Cleveland l(. F. Camp, W. H Stewart tout J ( Stimililpli ( tb. H. & 0. S. :S. Cuajpauj |ur Ji Anon1f11iFl1
and the daze; l/.itf 1 tii-; Man h l ;"Jn/l !!Hhi)

i i j remaits were sliippeJ to that}:'ace Tu(: .tt'\\.lm" E b julomon, W A. Slut:>b. I!;i KI.MIu Mm tit Havana Key West and Nassau. S. M. tar" id\, 1'11\\a.tllllIIIh I) ,1'. XV. H. 1a ,lve. 1,1') 1 t'\ > t-i1Jl
t 1for ':/e who voted 1 111,1. .
in to and
\ erutrnt ieai:n to Urol..sorgan., AUI'A. ;
Atlanta. Ii"
Three[ .
t Each
the S10U.OOU J Sailings Week. -- ----
Mr. Sizcr had many friends in Day -cept offered by Mr. -- -- ----- --- --- --

d. tonahuurc eritved to hear of his deWithin I tvio days preiou.s to Lu death, fold 1 Trains Jiicharge plsbraYers at. shIp' side. No trtagf.M. ......... .
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+ mlia. renewed after his death by Mrs. Stetson, U-tpul. A.rl| 111..tTtwtia.c.m..t4.tttGelataGl.htrrt4lm/yD + eJtc 'J to arrive ata4tarts It f"'ii' ;: ;
: .i II I Lnm tL. ""Ial ot.ll .. ti Itcli artKal or ilcidtlure, lit Ud UOiet .!.,, U nit i...i.. ;.. f You
I __ ____ were J. T. Clake H A. DcLand, F. c- NOTICE. .-.,-c.o ' o: qt.a_''ccjl\/JoCIr.IC---- -IJ--mryalayaur. "II'. CGLMQacLCEi adduKILerrtr"Fur W. Love Your WifeDON'T .il
Edwards Dr. 11 ullto). ?. \. Houch I ---- --- -
the past t0b.5 there havebecn l: 1u: -H I, 1t'I L\ a.h that ltN' 1.II.i UVlr CARD vr Other Information
e\ T J.
d'Jn. F. It J E.:
wc-ral large real estate transactions Moody ht"I".ItIl i'fji" il..nt.i..11, elrl.tlnit t. I "SHL: THE[ TICKET AGENT." 1 ROAST HER
I Matt, E.: ('. Painter, T l'. '.earth.m T. J. tWrt-j, J (' Hutlfi '>ini .1,.iii W H 1111..11.,
. I but the demand for property .parkman. H. B. ih from tin.- J. D. RAHNEK; A tt. Oen'l Fai. A>jt.. ST. ALUl'STIM; I'LArho .
Stevens. S.00 day\>d i>\ UlIt..1 !
f I Daytona has not let in the least l'-y r'OIlIPI},rlhh,},. her t", hake I ile fainilv i
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up a> S. U. \Vrieht, Mr Conrad being absent. '.Oi-nt All rwlit ail" lutvahif to .j' : n-a-1. Lm i .1. .- 'he
:1 real estate men they wroth W. \'l,111 II... who ali
; say are : : a9uiiiH ihdrt'''! ; .
: I (,n some big deals, which they hope to ,, tie** jurninst the nrtu a IK! will out, fAST TUROUGU TRAINS1, ::11101. :" ha.I J f DAYTONA

'; Uosc within the next few days.Vhik "I4 hu.inr.. .Iou Y'ILLh u, 11\;. I BAKERY

'. Bound To Have .JOHN. BITLKK.Manh I : ;,'ill 'IIi .
: 'j the number of transactions this ,tax'[1 It.t Oat..1 JIrdl6n/i: ;, I '
auJ I I Ir ,
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I a
1. I I a i suing of tiiii.-, .
" I II II wf.rkaii.lim.m.v.
Is not Trcsh rattail
as large as lust, the kind and J ,
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I \ Iirt'd
kk > DIXIE
I prices far exceed those of last season I I I R I' I 1 I d.' '" : "r I.. I \\illt"1 j : Daily tt.'| f tIll', city. .\1.. ( 'akl" , \

-I 11.e - \'hit i- I lily Wati-r (Cill at' \ i .. I ill. :,1lr'" I I ; .IIi..r (lr ,.. IJf tLl' 1111111..1'1I. de-I
1.,1111..01 at-b .I.llt. ,
FLYERROUTli Y. \ ..\ hall r rL i
I Tlml',.l'JlOn gay< "\Vt h.-. .- laan thrrlrtll! ,. !II"i lit; i..t; t I .1. I : \1. \1 A
\ in ,. \ ,. ,
Ill. 'I .1 Ir .d,
f C. A. Bulleu, of Huston, Mawho the proj"ctitr of the Central La t I "i.a.-: I .. .I! J." :. "? 'I.I" ". .. H. E. QUIGG :-+enue
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I. -t spent tveral weeks in'the :1tI.t_ the IvauiL'aa but if u does not iuu.>- ..uo.itnis MOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS. .:.,1 iLI"p.'L; 1'1' I" t r.. '' r ,:. .Ii.Jt.i i, ..,.01!| II..: 1.1.,4. I t Prop. \r: U pvt. I
borne of Mr. and Mrs. S. L I l'.i-! _' ,\.i.Vat; i.-7 .
Heyman. ,
on name it w ill under ? i I I I ( .1 i."
ome 1./4.\1)
vitr-i /JtN.JrJU .
'! : Orange Avenue ha jureai Safa and lelienble they a in .rja h." ,' !!!'!'.! J!Lu. .....,.i)IiS.
returned to his much to the
! ': purposefor we ore J g oveicoina u eal.ness, I. Xorthern hume.l Ir. Sullen during his bound -ot-ner or lattrj; perhap l>.< aavedlrect ire t.o >..or, banish pains Chicago and Florida Limited I _1-

f!.( I' visit to Florida purchased a fine build : cummunication fio' e.'nCiJ; equals OK. H. Gove I
witn It.. ouy MOT S PfeNN K0 AL Hll LS N.
1 I i ing lot on Michigan Avenue in DeLand WJTI t. In the uieantime fist '"I'-iiiai! f-j. : i i ,_. -:.J I'i Mats x-.1101! 1'111IuauI.. aldt"d lliauii: 1'f'. .liul I UUnvati.m Train. Tl, I \1. HI.( .: ERICKSON I
ONLY T. 1'III.h'l:11
I I ; from Sirs.{ lr" hU L, 1..wJ. c. i /' i I\I-M.U, .
'II: I McKinney of that place. He ur:t i-f natural 1 growth is < tiam .LID fr.,1 l ltM.lfl .
i uuuiug .
I, arrymg ea- I AuKustine. Jacksonville f Jlli'l 1 .H. .
I haslet the contract r the erection of a i I,r broe: steadily forward and the 1 Ulild, inl rtkltt t I.. 1. K >j II to ('hit a K o. Dinii,, u IIl/tli"'a't"01 I In I .!.III I I Cabinet Maker and

.1' \ : inter home there. I It 'I capital: :Ut< who hesitate to become uii car sen ice an W way-a la carte plan. Leave St. Augustine daily at nuJc a a"dr aii
i' f i I: ve-t-'f-i will rue their d.1ll. IH-MU- .. He.l' ;:*1J a ui ; .[.1ksrunil!*, 0 : II a. m. Arrive in Atlanta fish !!

I i I. ion icBucd, p. m.; ( I'h/I.e/ Hi.! I I41tI MI. I '", "In.. WoodV orker JtDuor +
, I l1lJ.i&jt
Street Commissioner Rix, with his I 1- tr! ,.io I'. .m oi.uHia IM 1 1.i,: III. \ ill' ;M.I : 111'; ('hll'ak,,. Jilt I

. Lt i force. have been busy' making repairs to I .. ",. 'a.n p m TIll., .ash. ,UKr on-thU
i North Beach strtl.t. A large number of For Sale-.\ bargain if taken .to I. I rei.. i } traiu fur St. Louis, via Nashville anti t tl* Ocean 1 and \\ II"f"" Pit tuluuJ.JirlJ !
I' i I II .
IL' rt .. ..
' !prepatra -li.L I. House
holes has been been filled with crushed +| In a centrally loeateJ l"t "n Pal rue jftf .:.:. ? r .i tit \ u A \ Kdih. .1.1.1 ;a'M! VH ;in -t. I."j. _'.Io|! ,p. I \ a nfj I t,1. ,, ,;, > IDJ" J

; J ItI rock and as soon us it is knelt pu. kec) .t t etpt u(rtiLtea price Jo ccai u .Iir.J..4 zl.uu..'LlJAI.' re:, F r t" St-t clUJ vtilrl 11l.1 Ilwtl"11 .all t'll' lil-kl"t agtIJ'. 'a' JJrt':55 F U s\M.s. I',, 'I', 1t'11)r ; I r'UMlitlllf" 'l.IjI.lf; : dUOtBeut
IAhJflCTUftift' [il.t'r' j I'll' J: l'l
Kill greatly itupro\e the road. t..l\uH 'p Otl( ,. .I'-'r'1 I (I" rh111.,1, I 11\\111'1[
a TUI'111'Sv COLE D' \I"I.I
For 'NLE1 ''I S\"lJal't'
!a.e by .MOCo Sirti| + ,i", Kt III' rtluttaga'
I thI I l1'1 J ln'tt J.-\\ hA.lLU ) Ira <1iiL
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