The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title: Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: April 4, 1908
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.- Daytona! Florida, Saturday, April 4, 1908. Price 5 Cntst .

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; 5 Don't Fail to See the : : 'A -FREE.BRIDGE IS I I THE WORM MAY TURN WHEN i x Fronting Halifax ern'''the Electric lmPmvementaI LIaM. aid :

U Continuous Moving Pictures II. AIONGFEITWANT.Again ..1 i \ '. 44. WEAVER *. TOO *LONG TRAMMELED._*i; i : HO : i iir

To Palmetto Club Members at the I II
: Peck Block, foot of South Bridge : the bridge corporations are I Pick up almost any metropolitan --

.._ Pictures changed Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays., .. boosting the rates of toll. A new copy Regular Meeting Held at the I i newspaper, or more especially the Jacksonville : .Formerly Schmidt' Villa.

: See live Alligator in wipdow. : of the rates has been printed for very Club Rooms Last Week i Times-Union, and you will readin : HENRY SCH.'tUDT' a SON, Proprietors,
limited distribution. The new rates I glaring headlines of the wonderful
hate not been approved by the The following is in part, a splendid address records that have been made and the M VTONA. FLORIDA.
: Admission 10 cents. : County Commissioners as the law requires ;; to the Palmetto Club by the presi- I more wonderful fetes tht.will. be, accomplished ....

S but that is immaterial to" the :: dent, Mrs. Eleanor Weaver, delivered at in automobile racing "At <<

,111111111. bridge corporations. It was only about !! the regular semi-monthly meeting, Ormond. "On the Sands of.Ormond," : Fine Home Table Delightful

a year ago that the liverymen in this '; Thursday, March 26. or "On Ormond Beach. The Gazette- iteasonable Rates BUDDY Room.

N..NN... N. N N1 .. .. neighborhood compelled the bridge corporations -I I "The Outlook has this thought in an News does not wish to take from Or- <..<......................... " 'YT" " ,,,

to make rebates to them on !I 1 article on Edmund Clarence Stedman: mond, or any other place, one bit of -

.f i : ,llegal charges. At that time the bridge !I| If a single word can convey the essential credit to which It is justly entitled. Asa -

T THE CHAS. E. GARDINER CO. j erporations put up the story that they I I quality of Mr. Stedman's work and matter of fact, however, a record has Hotel

supposed the County Commissioners I I of his personality,that word isVitality."Has never been broken on what might be City

had approved the rates and that theonapproval the Palmetto Club Vitality Ye, termed "The Ormond Beach." Every
1 i !' as shown m the increase e>f our roll rail '
straightaway automobile record r
was simply an oversight i in existence r.
The fame story will be very appropriate I Inow. i| and interest manifested by the general i has been made on the beach opposite .:. i OPEN All THE YEAR

: i Dry Goods. I I'I i I I I public. The Ameer of Afghanistan: expressed l Daytona where the clubhouse of 02

Our readers will recall that at the last !i ; himself: during his late visit to the Florida East Coast Automobile- ',, ELECTRIC LIGHTS.

:: session of the Legislature these same octopuses i; England as wanting to know, not the sociation is located. moo" ELECTRIC DELLS.
tried :i I books the boys read but the minds of There is I 1 : _
I to railroad a bill through nothing startlingly remarkable d Hot and Cold Batbs.,. .
Phone 102 Anthony' Block that those those that read them. about the made
body prohibiting draw bridges being : misrepresentations E r Table First-Class.
I built within a certain distance of existing "Yes we have vitality but is not our by certain newspapers. Times-Union .

: bridges and had the bill passed Club stream narrow: and shallow There is controlled by Mr. Flagler and his interests s III '

| DAYTONA FLORIDA. | it would have forever prohibited a free :: are many that would come to us if we ; the Hotel Ormond is likewise -- GEO. H. MATTHEWS
| had greater: depth; therefore we should _
ridge across the Halifax in this \'kin-I owned by a corporation which Mr. Flag- R.. r

:...................................................: ity. In order that this bill might go :,, be broader, deeper. If J we cannot attain '.her controls; all newspaper: correspondents ; PROPRIETOR.
I I> to a literary reputation let us be
through without anyone in this section attending the races are extended -

.... ... .1. 11.11 1 1111.1111 11111 1111 knowing it the member of the (House I I.! known as readers who think as we read: courtesies by the Hotel Ormondwhyis ....................................
from Duval County introduced it. It and (is the ambition too great) in time, it not but natural that the Flagler interests -

1. (:; came into the bands of the membersof eon'ersationulists* .I "should, desire to bring as many HENDERSONVILLE

At Cost for Cash j this county, however and the substance "E>"cry tourist wants to do ssomething. visitors and :give as much advertisementa .HOTEL GATES, North Carolina.

of the bill was published in the It is the part of our club creed to Interest .1 possible to Ormond

.. Gazette-News. The bill died-and the others and to get them to do. If In past years the East Coast Railwaylas Blue Ridge Mountains, Altitude Soo feet.

Over 500 Cases of Fancy Groceries : post The!' mortem municipalities was sad.of l Daytona, Seaiceze )I we are life vitally, weLsh interested to ;make in the our best American ofI I xpenses contributed of the something tournaments toward, but the for Through sleepers from Jacksonville Fla., daily.

i and Table Delicacies. and Da>tona Beach boast I ourselves and to help one another. Absence the: meet just closed it refused to con- i l'ire: mountain air and spring water. Trout and bass ti8hiD J
: : from home does not lessen the importance -
j a population e>f approximately S.OOO I of woman's tribute one cent although the railroad I Riding and driving. Health and comfort combined. An up to

: Xgt selling out or quitting] business, only to reduce! my 2 l'er'Cm, with assessed \nluations .. p a National every law will put rememberingthat an end to derives direct thousands results from of dollars the I of over two millions of dollars, and could races
: stock BO I can enlarge my store and make it a tw- tory build- : child Labor. Two thousand children advertisement this section.
well afford to build a free bridge. Abridge they give WAI. Gates
: ing. Thin will enable me to make a better display and to han- : could he built from a |point on under thirteen{ do night work in I'tnn8hania The Times-Union and other newspapers| Manager ,

: die my stock to a greater advantage and so better serve my : the Daytona side of the river about Bay I ninety-two millions in New referred todid at one time deign to HEXDERSOSYILLE, N. c.
I.York Statp. If this continues it mean
: growing trade. These goods: will he l in my way and I have no : street to a point on the east side where leave. a hyphen on the Ormond-Daj

: : in which them while I will : n-abrcfze and Daytona Beach join. a nation or degenerates. Every woman Beach, but this has now l been taken up I...............N............4...........sSS... '
to store
room enlarging my store, so j should write to her Congressman to ask
and the of the obliterated
This location would be convenient to latter part name _
t : sell them at coat for cash. They are strictly first-e-lass and :. most everyone and the three towns him to act, and should demand to be s>o far as they are concerned.

i. fresh goods.: Call and sex what I have to offer. m could join in the t'Ot't."oh ia County ,. heard. No, \\e women cannot afford to The worm may turn, however, and it I Iit i
be idle or to l lie disintcroted.I .
could no doubt be induced to assist in rot at all unlikely but what the Florida -
I When we leave home we do not leave
I. S. W. CARROLL j the project mid thu'dividetheburdcnof East Coast Automobile Association,
t! our religion, our morality or our intel
the e'ost.: The question of free bridge has : under whose auspices -1'I tournamentsare
i Ifct If'hind." Norman S.
I been freely discussed: in the past and a i held may officially designate the Dayton
Before closing her address, the president -
: The North Beach st. Grocer. : few wealthy men have olunt'frcil to i had gracious words of appreciation incomparable race course as "The I'&)- _

'S make literal donations.The i tona Beach." --.
1! and encouragement for the officers of
5 5ft new boost of toll has again set! the This article is written in of
: Telephone] No. 19. the Club as fellow workers. A letteri no spirit
matter in the minds of those LUMBER.
tl.1111111.111111111.................................iL who are compelled to pay tribute. i i WAS read from Miss Robin Graham, who spitefulncss-at but least the with misrepresentationsmade the
: holds the kindergarten scholarship, in by, or approvalof
Well," someone, "Smith i and the
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reprensentatives Flagler'sinterests
which she expressed her enjoyment of
\rmstrongs own all the riparian rights. i, Yard Magnolia Avenue and IE.. C. Railway. Also
cannot but have reactionaryeffect.
A Matter of Essential Importance_ and interest in her work. a
Oh, no, gentle reader. Four or five : In conclusion the president expressedthe TheGazctte-Newsl elie\es that flans, Estimates and Superintendence. Real Estate office

I ,t ., i r! to every householder, sanitation' and sanitary years ago: II F. Wilder made a deed to I wish that Miss Agnes Rppplier's those "who pay the fiddler should be 1st door'sonth of .r. O. W. II. EDMONDSON, Manager,

--i equipment should receive the greatest the riparian frontage the entirecityof entitled to dance." It does nut believe,
t motto, written for her in Ix-half of the Daytona, Florida. Phones at office, yard and residence.
4 possible attention; and when new pliimt D.ij tona to B L. Armstrong. This was I Palmetto Club be perpetuated on the I how eer, that one dancer !should try to
is be installed of the just little bluff-or an awful blunder
j ing to only a plumper a the walls( the az highest repute, and one who keeps! up will 1 und amounts to nothing-except that ev- ,; Let to another East: Coast interests helped sustain the
( is: us try approach one
;'If the the latest should be employ erytime who own waterfront property -
improvements << you with tolerance, with( sympathy, with raeing! tournaments they were entitledto .
j ed. If you have this subject under con sid- and the generatinnsthatmay come''!I good humor and with mental ease: fur their share, and their share only, of

ration a consultation wIth the imdtTMgnrel after you, order an abstract to your in this lies the charm of companionship the thead\ertisement they are, and ................ .......................................

id j rel will be l of the greatest xalu1.D4YTONA ..propf'rty'ou l | will pay for one entry'; always have l been, the only interests; :. :

.'A showing this! cled-it matters but fifty' that received the direct benefits in d.1 -1-l
The following officers elected .
new sere :
ruts on?each? ?.sil' tra<'t-but in the aggregate '' l'rt'Sid..nt-lrs. Ik-Cantillon StiIIman. lars and cent ..I CONRAD GROCERY CO. I II

Second Vice l'reitlt-nt-1Irs. Eliza- It is somewhat humiliating to a Ihiy-
PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Then the will tell :
bridge owners you
l betV. I Hustun.I tonian who may Ire! sojourning in n :
tit r the bridges don't I low are to ;I
y c rneGee Phone 64 pay. you Recording 'retar-'Iri!. W. ('. foreign tate to be asked the question
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know differently Th t minority sere'kholdersneerget "
'I, Smith., n.) >'ou li\e anyuhere near Ormond '
arejwrt-at least theGazetteNews Carry a Full and Complete
Financial $N'f'rctlr-\lri.: Dora Puj- where the races are lidil"Handsome

........ leveeN...NNN.NN.N...+MAsk never heard of one who ton.
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I Line of Plain and Fancy i iOROCERIESi
for the Bread i did not. When we speak of the minority Day Service Contemplated. Country Home For Sale At
stockholders we mean stockholders Sacrifice to Close Estate.

IKC.'y. I other that B. A. Armstrong: B. I.. General Manager E. I- iunn, of the I
A Colonial house with hall, drawing !
awsaMa .x with t the stamp of Ii Armstrong and I. O. Smith who control Electric Light: Plant, informs the {iaI room, reception room and stairs" in red :

all of the bridges. I zette-News that a day current comincneing *
in black walnut,
A.I i cherry, dining room i
*] There are sc\'f'T:1ll11att'rs in thN ar- the first e>f next; Deietnlmr, is .
( five fine mantels, large fire places, seven
t" ticle not exactly germane to u new contemplated. It will all depend, :however .
owe j bed rooms, metal shingle roof, first lloor --0---
a.I Daytona Bakery I i bridge, but judging by the I'orporations'| as to what assurance of daylight: rooms are furnished complete, large : :

..... ; actions in the past, what i U to l he expected !| patronage he receive It is anticipated lawn, beautiful palm driveway, shrub-

M .1 | in the future if they ha\'em opportunity i i that many families will use tlrctnutyfor 1 bery and rare imported palms artesian i CLOVER HILL BUTTER. i >;f'.
I,. to fre-ely fee{ the pulse of the : cooking and ironing, running fans, w
i 400-bamI cistern cement cellar
H. E. QUIGG well .
iMip I "d<'.r public I j etc., and that some of the business l Address! II. B. YAUKOROUGII: Ad- .

IIP Now is the time to build a free bridge: i i houses will in-tnllmotors for|H>wrr. Florida. ifireat i
n minNlrator, Dajtoua : The Conrad Grocery Company
/Males Jv: Aft* Proprietor. i and many of the wealthy residentsfctatul .
;'tlft -
ready to do their part to 1 help| the Died the Train.
: on
T. Conrad & Co's. old stand. :
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f project.'f--- -- -- Jti-t as the early morning train sasI .....................................................
I I sudden. downpour of rain or a
pulling cut of the station" last Sundaymom I 10n-1
? Dusty Streets 'f ?
************************** ************************** I ing, Altert W, Robert dropped continued drizzle will have no -r

55: Mayor Seaman's message to the City'' dead of heart dijcaae. The train was :'I on the patrons of the iJreat: Van Am- ........ ...........................................N

ave N. ERICKSON | I Council, published in the GazetteNewsof <;topi{>ed and the body removetl and burg Shows when it exhibits here. The 5 j, n. (n.vRUisox
='? lat Saturday has brought forth considerablc taken to the undertaking; parlors of the I reason of this will l lee apparent to ev- i

ae Cabinet MaKer. Wood WorKer. : i comment regarding streets and Bingham .\: Maley Company.: Tile 1"ly I erj"one w ho sues the huge tents that : ( \ close examination of electrical .

: du:-t. The. suggestion has been made was sent to Toronto, Canada, the home will be erected here for the perform- : al work finished and charted for :
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tM, obliterate the incesI "!Ut'r<-erized" ducking. This marvtl- I1UiIIt and honorably transact our
: I :streets and not only Mr. Roberts had l been a guest of the : -I. ly we
Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA !! ant dust but prolong the life of the Clarendon for some time and was starting ous invention for the waterproofing of : business. Electrical repairs receive -

aw h__ ********* ''thoroughfares. Oil has been successfully I' material has been in use for rain coats / special attention. Those
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9 w___ ___ __ -. J j used in California and other States wife and daughter, Mrs. Annie L. i i but up to this year has never been : ti t who employ us never worry about i

: ..................+...........................**... with excellent results. The dust i is not Xlrton.h'n expired. He was i\ty-'. used for tents.: I'copleho have used : our charges, and they know: before +
!! ': only annoing t.> visitors and residents five years of age.Knights ( "mercerized" cloth know how it sheds iEE engaging[ us that our work :
: R. Contractor
ISUi:; It D. TAYLOR Electrical .: but it canes untold loss to the businessmen ---- --- i water, and it was the- knowledge of : manship will be the beet.

by damage to their goods. A i rerj : this that caused' the Van .\mhur: I
:: I Templar Election.At .
I .House Wiring a Specialty. I Shows to have all their tents made i-:1
j son generally finds duty streets a menace j : s!:: : -) Daytona Electric Co.
Shades; :: only when it is i brought home to him i, the regular conclave of Oriental j i out of this material. It is quite astride .
] Dealer Kinds. Fixtures, -t--
in of All
wupa heldThurday
| Supplies : 1 that they cost him money. Every Coiumandery, Knights Templar I in advance of other shows, but : :232: South Beach Street. :
: j tamps. .' Xo. S Orange avenue, DAYTOXA, FLA. :,M closing evening of last we jf" the following it is only in keeping with, the progressiveness +
. -- .. j! month during! the season just officers eledlcd Tor the ensuing .......*.........4............+......$444. .N.....+.
- i +...!I ..NN....N...........4..............*....*4 the dry sea-son and the dust occasioned were i of the management of these

"L7 I- .- 'I I thereby, in (junction with the incessant year: // i show Beneath these tents spectators -

. .................................... and heavy traffic of automobiles Eminent Commander, G. B. Sea- can sit in comfort and ease during& .....................................................
j! and other \"Chicles. has: cost the city man; GeneralLmo, G J II. Clark; Cap- j the heaviest of rains and be as dry as if

WHEN VOU ARE CONTEMPLATING | I I[ hundreds of dollars in damage to the tain-General, L. G. Lyman; Treasurer,-I in the finest theatres in the country. i TWO BARGAINS i

deM Furnace, i ior i i streets. With a coating of oil possessing'i A. H. Carter. This is only one of many novelties that I .
rot JJfttinfc a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Roof, a Hot i i j I a high asphaltuni base the volatile pore : These officers were installed by JiLt: have been added to these show this : One six Iluom Hou'e' with double porch. Electric Lights, Telephone :

fey of the other metal necessities required to complete- a modern :J I oil evaporates and asphaltum re- Eminent Silas B. Wright Grand Commander season. I II : Etc, corner lot, 9:j feet on KiJgewood by 250 feet Good fence. Large i

1mains I as a binder. The process has been of the State of Florida, who I It is respectfully suggested: that the|I I. grapevine, a number of peach trees good bearers. A good home for
dwelling was present for his annual inspection.The children attend the afternoon e-\lubi-
remember that I succefful elsewhere-why" not here? : pome one. :
:11 --- appointive officers will be namedat I tion. here ample time is given to view !' : One Five Room Cottage (one story building) lot 100 150 feet, iitu :

; For Sale-As I nru now traveling and the next regular conclave and installed the large menagerie likewise avoiding tvd on Mulberry! street. A cozy little home. .

j. C. NASH ening.An 1! the night; crowds. Uniformed ushers 2 These places are In Kingston, Just! north of Dayt'na. Good Graded :

f MA. TLA. territory I offer at a low figure all or. will attend every want of the little : S. hex-1. V Church and FosU-ffice near by :
Y of property comprising 2 intimate knowledge of the building folks, and the care and attention paid CaU! on or write
part my .
beat fair any interests of this locality will save: | to the ladies and children M the first
e prepared to give): prompt and reliable service at pricer.General i 1 dwellings, 1 store, 1 corner lot on Bayand : H. McCLELLAN :
Beach streets, suitable for business, you many; annoyances, and perhaps extra consideration of the management.The .
Volusia Avenue- next to the Armory.'Httne'58. Let us advise with It only big circus that will visit hare
.. repair shop on i hotel or opera house and a nine acre costs. you. : Kingston or Daytona, Florid :
Norman S. Dayton, this is the Great Van Amburg .
solicited J. 1- costs you nothing year .
: Out of town work j farm; ace any real estate man or tf Day tons, tf ;.hued and the date L) Friday, Apr 10. .N.........1..................... ................,

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THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS 'Wfldwood, and the return bome by' an I I Itomobile. r 1I I I : .

t '' The dinner was a prominent !
'rtT" PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY feature of the days enjoyment. :1 I BUSINAND' .P Or SIONAL

Special music at the Seabreeze avenue I'
s' T. E. FITZQE ALD, Editor Methodist Church was much enjoyed :

Sunday. Mr. and Mr!. H. F. Stewart, -- -

THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY I sang at the morning !eITire.1 the C C.: BOHAX.NON:C I fitzgerald & Oates '

evening service Mr. and Mrs. Hale, of I
T (INCORPORATED) I Denver Colo., sang a duet, and Mrs. Physician and Surgeon I II I Attorneys at Law ,

Foote the offertory, "Rock of :Age ." Special Attention to Examining and'
Atwood Pharmacy
Office over the
J t Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Flonda, as Second Class Matter. i JJiss Dollie Sours, who has been visiting I Perfecting Land Titles.
I in DeLand, returned home the early i ; peach street, Daytona, Fla.

I part of the week. i Telephone So. 74. Conrad Block, D. YTONA, FLA. _
.tf lrt : What might have been a case ofJ t
t t drowning was averted last Friday morn- I j I SEEL1'L. Car. n. r-andli Bert Fiik
11. I1. l1. .
i SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ing by the presence of mind and quick I j li L i\DIS: & TISH *

44 One copy one year __.... .....____...... .........S1.50 action of Hadwin Courtney and Mr. I Physician and Surgeon. I i
; One copy ale months- __ ..__._.__._.....__._ __- .75 Ruch, a tourist, who chanced to beI !!. Attorneys at Law
One copy three months-/__. _. ......__. ....._.... .40 among the bathers on the beach at the I Spaced attention given to Electrical Practicing In all State and Tt4mt I.
time. }fr. and :Mrs. Bert Porter and I treatment and Mechanical methods j Court Civil or Criminal bu.lnPH JIT.rn .
x 127 Soy PJdgewood Ave Hours \ nrt fol attrotloo. Hp* ADVERTISING RATES. friend, Mrs.! Schultz, were enjoying the i 8-10:30 and 1330. Phone 85. ,I! tor lon.tlgatincand p>rf ctlOK titl t.
water when Mr!. Schultz was carried I ie'.od, Florida. _
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DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS. beyond her depth. In attempting to II
i IMM A.Stewart ri
I Rate per Inch per insertion to regular advertisers....... ..._..... .10 cents rescue her Mr. Porter was knocked over Uk. d. L. RAWLIXGS: Effard Blji
i Rate per inch per insertion for less than three months............... 15 cento and carried STI WART & BLY
Rate per inch per Insertion for single insertion_ ..__.__.._.._30 cents out by an outgoing wave. 'I i
Seeing the situation Hadwin Courtney !
READIXG NOTICES OR LOCALS. Physician' Surgeon.Dr. .

{ i Rate per line, each insertion___ __.m.i.m__...._._._........ .10 cent* formed a chain of the bystanders and I |I Lauycrsi .
1 n'DtUIll'J' out far enough to reach Mr.
RATES FOR CHURCHES LODGES, ETC. Dr. Ri {Kng's office over Cille's ,; Office next door to Bank Building,
I Potter who still held Mrs. Schultz, altli '
-All club,society ol'ianiutionlod&e and church notices, other than religious DeLand FloridaTITLCS
service,5 ante per line. Cards of thanks 50 cents each. Resolutions, 5 cent <.uU: !I.e ftjt powerless to stem the II i drug store, Beach street. j I ___ _
per line. Legal advertising at legal rates.GEXERAL I cum'htThe '

{ PROVISIONS. Mi"<- Tntl.enor, who have spentnunv : STEWART I INSURED
1 1 ., E. L. >> .!
Ka No *"&fa charge for display advertising of any kind less than 50 cent nb.t9ron the peninsula, are
I Abstract. Investment
Y Good position given every advertisement. extra charge of 2 wit* *- its twill am.mc the recent arrivals and have Physician and Surgeon County 1-
be made for ads with specified! position No special positions given: ''''n ad- t and Title Insurance Company
,.. len than five Inches. taken 1'la.tSlr View cottage for two I* I w I.1 Special attention to diseases of th* Abstracts furnished and titles perfect- 3"
No advertisements accepted for the first page. monrhTt.ey have been spending the Eye, Ear, Throat and X se. Office ed. Map. Pints and Blue Print ca,.
Extra charge made on display advertisements containing an an rage o'.I'.M"i winter at "'t. Petersburg, but felt that ) and re'idcnce0.. 101 Magnolia cor-I I plied. Art Fish Pm;rarer D.Laud, <
"'- than 30 words to the inch. : ncr Palmetto, telephone 82. !1't'C'y and Treat Oppoil Voluiu Co. r
their trip south would not be properly flank. I..od. FU. -
AU bffla payable on the first of each month. j' : office hours a ni. to' p. m. ..
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.NNN.N.NN*.......*.........+...-.-+*..-.-.**..+.-..-* at IJ1 tona Oliver Dcacb.raiitain who. has been spendin -I' I 1 G. A. KLOCK D. D. & C. M. ROGERS ,
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I Seabreeze and Beach I: ; three to months his brach at cottage Palm this Beach week., returned I t : I\I Physician and Surgeon I Ciyil Engineers'' .

i Daytona i Mr. fond Mr*. I) C. Robbins, of Ord- : 1 Special attention given to IHseas of |
the Ere and Fitting of Glasses.! IS Ho.Hldgewood Offices 1 fD.\YTOXAand
way, Colo are recent arrivals from the I j : I i,i 1 ,phone! 2.. office hour. L-.Iii I ,

MRS. H/A. BERNARD, Editor. : south. They il1 *pond 5e"eral"H'ks in A !! to:r.1 p. m.,6:.A to!3:0"p.m v Daytona Office Established 1S75
.. the E. E.J Johnson : .
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*, / Seabreeze Prll 1-A "Storm Party" Misses Pierson and Van Benschotten (.t \ I Ii'f I: JOSIE ROGERS, M. D. ': II. A. BERNARD

at the Cherokee rottage'was a pleasant entertained at 50<)'last week at Cherokee i Hill.Holly I | it
i event. Mrs. and Miss] Burneide, Miss I cottage, Halifax avenue. Four tables ; :1 I lomeopnthfc! Physician i|i 11 solicit subscriptions and business

i Bolton and Miss Van Benschotten made were set, and the evening was thoroughly I Hill, spritIatlin; of Day ,. Xf). 453 North Beach Street. j 1: for the Times-Union. .
y up the surprise party. Music and recitations f enjoyed by those present. The tona avenue is completed and work has I i\' Office! Hour, 12.30 to 2:30 and 6:001 I i 1, TIMES-UNION BUREAU: '

r varied the social *enjoyments. 1 prizewinners were Miss Burgman and commenced on Washington avenue beginning to 7:30.Telephone :i..! Smith A Hitch Rea) EsUte Office, II

I r- Delightful refreshments were served Leo Burgman. Light: refreshments with the reduction of the grade' 400 ; No. 122. ., Beach Sireet.
(' Ward McClanahan and wife who hav'e served at the close of the games. by cutting several feet from the lull top I ,

been joying a two months visit with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Wells were visiting and drawing the earth to the lower j( The l ; : :
i relatives, left Tuesday for Missouri, iiI Orlando last week. level. A heavy dressing of marl has IJilrlona I I Private I Ilos- DR.BOIIAXNO.VSPrivate : : :

a where.Yr. McClanahan is stock holder Mrs. Clarence W. Bailey, a friend and been used on Daytona avenue and whin I : : : ; pita! and Sanitarium Sanitarium

and manager of a mining concern. guest of Mrs Bianchi, after a senral properly leveled it will make a fine roadIway. l : } l l I II KV TT facility for the! proper treatment I j It
andcareofinedlealand surgical case For the treatment of allMedical
President Cyrus Xorthrup, of the months stay has returned to her homein I Kiectrlcal; appllancrs.: trained nur-s,1
University of Minnesota, and Dean Albany, N. Y. Several pieces of property have quiet surroundings. Special attrutloagiven and Surgical Ca.*..
; Jones, of the eame institution, guests at The Colonnades closed Saturday"having changed hands here recently, among I : { : : t to. .>nil o patient l : Hecondare Term.. .I'a.tona.Itrs.H. on applltatloii. I 21} South Beach Street, Phone ;-1. '.7

the Princess Issena,leave the latter part had a very successful season. Quitea them being the C. A. Gould dwelling' : Pnyctclaut{.In"C:1'1'hnrgt'*'". and It. IIOWR.OSTEOPATH. C. C. BOHAN.NON. M. D. -11--;

r ff the week for Minnesota.R. number of the guests are located at and lot on the Xorjh Front street and i : I '

E. Olds and who have been the Princess I BCna. the ten acres of hammock land belong I I I
family, : I I. d. P. ESCII.[ f\J D. ;
enjoying their usual annual visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ue ener, of the Dmira ing to H. C. ijuattlfbaum, as aU" > five I i of

I Mr. Ol tCs' parents on Valley street,sand cottage, are cruising up the Ocklawaha! acres owned by J. M. Fuquay purchased Dr.J.. C I Herman. ITh'sicianand Surgeon. {
1 and enjoying the Ponce de I.eon by tip same and inten ki r
Celebration parties < .
incidentally whiling away many pleas- I I graduate under the founder, A. T.I fifth liwtiMj: !south' of M E Church, .
ant hours cruising in Florida waterways this week. : to be used fur celery culture,. the utw i SUM, ]Kirk; ville. -Mo.Tl lrcated on Volu5a 1-,; Peninsula Drive, Daytona Beach
left Monday for their Michigan! Mrs. E. D. Lacgworthy entertained at owners kin; now at "vjik improving I ; avenue, f.nedoor east c>f Halifax Office ;
hours 12 to 2 .
Telephone l
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home. Bridge at her home on Ocean boulevarc the property. I iSetr ; Journal offae. Daytona, Florida. I p 1
J Phone 40. 207.
F The sale of the Colonnades and the Monday afternoon. MKsCa.rie M-ibbette was at hornet e i
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fact that the building will be remodeledand The Seabreeze Booster Club m from Bulow on suturdo;. ) ; !

enlarged, are items that greatly interest Tuesday evening at WOuans' opera Win. Archer, of Cincinnati, "i.itl'lll IJH.r) A.Dentist. +GQ\'f: S. H. GOVE I.t
the community. The contract house with a good attendance. The with friends here Friday. )Ir. Archer i i

"has been let to S. H. Gove. The north- committee on entertainment turned atone time owned what is: now' one o f I Architect[ Builder and

,, rest wing will be raised to the heightof over S3S.50 as: the club's share of the principal business sections Cf Beach i I I Contractor

r +- three stories, and extended across the Districk SLuIe entertainment given on street in Daytona and till has som<' i unlce: Cnriwr; IUdtf''II.fMX! And '.olu'la I! Residence: 1
and office
March 2Gth. W. L property interests.A '; northeast envy
lot to the rear of Ocean boulevard drive- Sonntag reported I IIII.:1 ner RidgewoofI and Volusia are
way, making an addition of twenty- that the sum of 135.00 had been sub- pleasant! party of visitors and residents I I'l1UNT: sa Phone SO. Daytona, Ha. ...e
four rooms. The main entrance will scribed toward grading the county road made an enjoyable excursion to'' ...

face oa Ocean boulevard. The remainder from Seabreeze to Ormond, and W. C. Mound Grove yesterday aboard the1 i I
a of the building will undergo a Cannons had agreed to donate $25.00 launch Eleanor. I j LLSSONSIN'GnR.HAX.By ( ) I : I Halifax Music House

thorough overhauling and renovation. in labor. The club donated 50.00) Mrs W. II. Edmonton's ist-r'in-I'
1 ri\
; i a :; w ho Las a thoroughkror. ; George
The parkaie on Valley street will be. from the treasury funds to be added to law', Mrs. Eastiuan: has been vL-itingj I !(' jgr jf the ,rrman 'Jangua e'i Wray
-y filled to the level of the etreeet and the Ormond road fund. Ballough & with Mr. and Mrs. Edmond-on forev- r- and Los tl.It"tl abra For further The cheapest place in the State to
beautified with ornamental shubberyand Haigh subscribed $50 00 in labor for the erald.ns.) I| t i ir.f""notj'n buy Pianos. Pianos to Rent Tun-
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trees. same purpose and the Peninsula Pub- < 20<. D,,>f.,m.i. FLi. ing, Repairing and Polishing by a 11

The Great Incohonee of the Improved lishing Company $10.00 in cash. A Port Orange.Port I \ : : skilled workman] Iri

t Order of Red Men,,W. A. S. Bird, will committee of three, consisting of Col. : tilts tMWi4 l9lttsf+lQRtNi.NMtNN.......'....,..
be entertained at the Princess Issena, T. F. Cbrdt, C. A. Ballough and W. L. orange, April 2-The young -

April 8th, by Chas. F. Burgman, Great Sonntag, was appointed by the club with people had a very jolly dance in Ridge : ; ...1.1...1.1..N.OQN1N............ ....... ...N-N- ..
t Chief of Records, and by the Red :Men full power to act in having the l gradingof wood Hall Wednesday evening The >f> : i5

during his stay in Daytona. Mr. Bird the road completed. C. F. Burgman music was furnished by Thomason's orchestra Trunks, Dress Suit Cases Bags.
is a prominent attorney of Topeka, requested that ne be relieved of the from Daytona.: I IMis : s.

Kansas. He comes to Florida to attend duties of secretary as he could not give Bonny, of Charlutown, Mass., i i31| U c have jut received our new stock 01. i

the Great Council session of the Red the time required to the sen ice. Ir.Durman's visiting her cousin! Mr:. II. H Knappe I' i JninUDrpssSuit j Ca.es. Rigs.: .

1 .. Men at St. Augustine. resignation 'was accepted The Literary ociety met in Midge I f Telescopes, Trunk Straps, Same ._

Mrs. George Eaves and baby are ex and W. W. Wood elected- instrarL------ w.xxlllall! Thurdaafternoon.. : : t Tags and Shawl Straps. .

pected to arrive today from St. Augustine Mrs. J. C. Nukes. left Thursda; after ; We hate ,
( l'Irnp.1f11 our trunks etc., with
,and win visit Mrs. Eaves, Sr., and p noon for her home in Cleveland, but 1 I i ; Linn rile other makes and we find our J.

familyon Oakridge avenue Daytona Beach, April 1-The Bridge will stop in Jacksonville; a few daj"5. I j i 1)(5t"c can get for the money at which they are I'OM! : We guar-1''

Sir and Mrs. John Bianchi went down Company Monday morning served an injection Tne first; circus to bow in Port Orange:; I,\ J : I i noire ""'I.rw,.. f. be Uocl"wN in ;the city for similar < |
goods. V
to the Inlet Friday and were guests of on the ferry boat, Yankee was on Friday, when James helbv'sl 1! ; : .0 I

: the Ponce Park hotel I, returning home Doodle, restraining the boat owners I show drove into town. It was a sood : The

Sunday afternoon. from the usual dock landing south of I circus and Lad goal audiences. Loth af- Peck-Hendricks Company. -I

Last Friday a jolly party of sixteen Central Bridge. The boat is landing ernoon: and evening.; :
now ........
home residents had a picnic outing at at Phillips' dock, just north of the Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. F. Lufbcry and '' ................. ..................... 1

1 the Wetherby grove, west of Holly HllL mdge. Hiss Vault and sister i drove over from ,.: 1 .i111/1U111111 '\ .

.. The day was ideal, the party thoroughly Mr. and Mrs. M E. Prather, prominent DeLand Saturday, turning in the af- ... t

congenial& and the dinner tithe queen's people of Vincennes, Ind., who tf'rnoon. I M. .voy.c
: ELLA : :1
taste. h 11&\0 been spending the winter at the Ed Johnson and fantily tare m"'olinto l DE .l :

Mrs. Carrie Nichols of Boston who Brigham cottage, leave this week for their new hornA *-. t :
. baa been speeding the winter here the' their home. Mr. Prather sacs the cli- : number of inter v iMtors left Monday f LADIES' HATTERS i

k guest of Mrs. C. F. Hesser, left for home mate and location are ideal, and pre Among them were Mr. and Mrs. ;' in l :

Tuesday.Carl dicts a future Atlantic City for the i penn Dav L-, )Ir. an I Gillett last week purchased a lot nsula towns. Lyon Mr. Brittenhelm. { ....... ... nuth ltetetStreet, Haytona. : 1a
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on Pinewood avenue north of Gleni iew Arrivals from the south continue in Miss Tyson and Miss ksir i Wlif'f 1 It.r I I [ 1 11 .N1.111N.M....1.....11N 7

i boulevard, with the intention of build. l large numbers, and the Seaside; Inn is went over to Lake lieresford I

jog doing a big business. The Monday arc Joseph White, his son, I'lnllip and I j .
R. E. Olds has given the contract fora rivals! at,thin hotel numbered ten or fif wife and little daughter, Ehzabuh,
dock and boat house on his river front started Monday for a trip d.>wn the ,. Norman S.

'- property. C. A. Ballough&: and L. Z. teen.Dr.. Bigelow, who is a property owner East: Coa t. DaytonPlans

Burdick will do the construction work. in &>Seabreeze has gone to St. Paul on a We Lear that James Du ibis, vf V-w

I The Districk Skule, staged by local business trip. The contract for the cote York, was married last week. !He i- u

i talent and under the auspices of thF tage is already let, and the work w ex brother of Pr.. If. K. DuBois. i i : ;

!F Boosters' Club at Wilmans' opera house pected to be completed for next season's The ladies Guild met Monday at thr : : Estimates .

,I last Thursday evening, was a pronounced occupancy.The rl'-idfD'"e' of Mrs. Meeker. : ,

success, the door receipts being houseboats Dakota and Mary Lou : } ) Superintendence

$120. The director. Miss Battalieis: are moored at the Reed dock, baring Books Open .'\Ion a)". I
i'' .r tin( tourist of Meriden, Mi s., and returned with a large party from a : f ,
The registration (hooks for the Democratic 1-amWry.rf
I those
took deserve Magnolia
part gteat camping
!l expedition on the Tomoka. i her.ue r.r.] F.
; credit for the Primaries will open at the officeof ; heal: Estate E. f.taaray.:
entertainment furnished i The San Souci Club met last week at oflice,1'ht t door 80uth .
of i
An the Fitzgerald &: Oates next Monday and I pnslnflire. 1t H. EDIOXDSOX.
parts were well sustained, and i:i the hospitable home of Mrs. J. P. Esch. Manager -
the round of remain open: Monday* and atunlays!' haSto na. Fla. Phc.nt'sat
mirth-provoking incidentswere ; Mrs. Wright was hostess. Mrs. Ronald for four and re idence. IfficE', cart! .r .
weeks .
dosing ItyIth.
spiritedly produced and met with] : read an ode to the dub, which was i I I
I generous applause from I, T. E. HTZGERALD, :
the well fined much enjojed. The year's work was ::
house. 'The music District Registration < Iffi'f.r. !
by the Clarendonorchestra discussed, and it was decided that at -
added much to the pleasure'of ': the next meeting a pro :1'om would be -- .1...

? the evening. The receipts, over and I t.laid out and action taken on same. Theclub Dath of Airs. Beekman. : [ ; iiiwiiliiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiii" ,n, '''hiiiniiiiiii''i' iii''ViiVinWnmii; ,
h' I : ,"lUiib'
above '. =
I expenses, will be donated to city will meet with Mrs. Ronald nc xt -Mrs. Helen B. Beckman, rn"tL.# of '( .
improvement. : Wednesday afternoon. Dr. D. D. Beckman, and one cl tI': :: : : Miller ,
Mist Battalie and friend, Mrs. Charles,I I, Mrs. Uolcomb =Strohm Co.
and daughter, ML* early settlers in this vi< inity, vl:;1'1 at :
who have been guests at Dixie Lodge, Junia, entertained the Tofigny Club Saturday her tame in Seabreezeing TUCEda} :.Iorn- :? :
r left Sunday afternoon for North Misses ...
I evening. After the literary program : at the age ofc vent jtwo pears. : Successors
ippi. Before leaving. Miss Battaile became to
{I I the club adjourned to Mills" ice The cause of death was paralysis. The. ta.
p a property holder in Seabreeie,,j I cream parlors, where they were refreshed funeral was held Thursday of U moon ; ; : PECK & FOSTER.
purchasing a lot on Wild Olive avenue,,. with :
; ice cream and cake. from the residence amt l the interment in \ : : :
e f the Sonntag Imessment Company A 1 '
I : party Pinewood '
composed of Mrs. Cemetery. "" ''
... Mesdames Over and Bell, guests of Dryer, Misses Grace Smith, Horn, Det- : .: = Family Groceries I
Mr. and Ward McClanahan at their attractive wiler Tomlinson'and I' < .
Horn ;;
George *
were Ve will secure for you bottom pricey a : do, : ( :[ > ,
home the beautiful Halifax
on invifedbyJ..N. : Grain
Gamble/or an all da ; :
.. on lumber and other Fancy j
i ... building matte twis. :
i lean..tWa"Week oa their return trip to picnic on the Tomoka. The
trip t6 Xo
up I one receives grafts on your purtho.... J [ i and
HmHadayiburg, Pa. river Food j
was made on Mr, Gamble's boat, Norman S. H
1 l Dayton Daytona. tf' :'... ''T'a ALL
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. OJ!'. \ taxes ma/be paid evened until June Tuesdayand 30. "Simon E. O.Pure"Painter fame, of Jacksonville in of I Remains Laid to Rest. nal Court JJCandidate 00(): r ..;.;.............................. ..........
Paragraphs. was Daytona fir Clerk of Criminal
< Gco..M. Pflolt, a regular winter resident Thursday.For f The mortal remains of the late Colonel Court, $35.(X, .I

:r ; '( > ..............: expects to leave Monday for his first-class John B. Parkinson, who died Thursday Candidate Member House of Representatives ,
: Jiome in Springfield work-Daytona Steam of last week, were laid to rest Tuesday $18 00. I r '
, ;itr; ;b.ye one of the most complete3bop8O Mass. Laundry phone S. tf I afternoon in Finewood Cemetery. The Candidate for County Judge, 810.00. ... .
" the East Coast. No Job fSupurb line of toilet and ( Candidate Sheriff, $75' ,00. ;
soaps sun The State and County tax books funeral services were hold from the Candidate for Clerk of Circuit Court,
smalUor us to do. Fine dries at I .
too Young's Pharraey."Seuator" .
tQO]ugt or closed Wednesday and those who failedto I' Episcopal Church, where: Rev. A. J. $150.00.

,' ath: repairing our specialty.! All W. J. Morgan, of New pay will be published in the delinquent Wilder read the solemn Episcopal Candidate for Assessor! of Taxes, $100. 'i .

Tuesday I I'
;' ')oiL ROWE & CO. The : J. coming up from Tampa to attend the Three launches for sale. J an escort to the cemetery: and at the $9.00.Candidate! .. ,

. ; the .genial manufact- funeral of John B. Parkinson. He left W. A. Barker, Ormond. Inquire of :: grave the Masonic rites were read. At for Superintendent of Public z I
:: ue,Cl: be San Mateo cigars, was in Tuesday night for the north: Jf the conclusion of the services at the I Instruction, $.>0.00' and.

: onday. His home !is.at San The-tourist season of 1907-S is rapidly j grave a salute was fired and taps blown Candidate for County Surveyor, I i I your property 1
Candidate for Treasurer
tMeet it County A
.. me Curtis'and try an Ice 11 waning. Many of the; hotels have already -1 by the militia. $5000 I .. ,
Ibteo.t&initol Cream Cone. It's .
refreshing.The closed. and the sojourners Ale The Candidate for County Commissioner, .
honorary pall bearers
have arrived. look
Tooth Brushes after tax '
The County Commissioners and leaving by every train. Messrs.! C. G. Burgoyne Geo. n. Feote, $5(10 f your "
Hankin Druggist.
Candidate for Member County( School
County Board of Education will meetat *Dr. Addison O'Neill, Osteopath, 220( Geo. II. Ludwig, Geo. II. Hark, Louis Board, $3.00.Candidate; '
F. B. Wright returned to her DeLand next Monday. County Commissioned Volusia Adler and S. II. Cove. The for Justice of the Peace -
){rs. avenue, near R. It. station. tf active pall : assessments for a 4I i
* borne*t St. Augustine last Saturday Potter'and School Commissioner !- bearers were: Messrs.; J. Espedahl, H. T. $1.00 -
r with her father, Col. C. M. Crouch of the East Coast The Great Van Amburg how will McCIellan Candidate for Constable, $1.00. I
after a visit section, Dr. W. A. Cove, R. D. Tay. % '
-1. will attend. visit Daytona, Friday, April 10. ThisLs lor, Dr.) SV.. Carroll and A. R. Ed- NOTICE OF CANDIDACY.Each '-
the biggest& show that visits Florida person desiring to have his I i small fee.

- .fresh_moth balls at Young's ITharinacy. S i tSanitol Tooth Brushes have arrived. outside of Jacksonville. Watch fOE the wards. name printed on the primary election I I .

.. Ilankins, Tae Druggist.. grand street parade. As a mark of respect the AdjutantGeneral ballots as {Candidate for any county
of Florida issued orders that office and members of the legislatureshall I I'
')(r.and Mrs. Fred Chamberlin, of Co. K..!,left Wednesday evening'" for Three automobiles for sale cheap. the flag -.n all armories in the State be file with the chairman of this ,
Joliet,W-, are the guests of the lormer's St. Augustine to participate i in the festivities Enquire of McCoy Bro committee on or before" the 30th day
draped at half-nu( at the time of the of April, A. l II. 109S, notice of his candidacy .
N. Chamberlin, on Magnolia connected with the Ponce
fa\heft'Ceo. de
The streets of Daytona ina funeral. and application to have his name ,I I
Leon were never j
celebration. CONRAD REAL ESTATE co.
avenue a contingentof so printed accompanied with a sum of I
condition than Robert Sanborn 6f
worse : North Dakota
Daytona they are at (prt&enl. a
people accompanied: the money f fixed: by the County Committee ;
tMeet me at Curtis' and try an Ice ; : The continued dry weather has brothrr-lu law of the deceased his ,
soldier boys on their journey. : ; not exmding five permit,of the annual .
Cone. It's refreshing. caused the marl mother Mrs. Parkinson of the office.! I. ;i'
Cream to crumble in and sister Mrs. romxnsation
: The) of the many '....0+S.S.S....>..i ...+s.I...s.+.s.I._.I..t......... J
)fr.and Mrs. J. M. Taylor have returned beauty thing is t\e: can places and the dry holes are something Lydia T. Richards: of Birmingham, CANVASS: : ; OF Riru\s.: : : 1 -. _

to their home in Pittsburg, after : cut, fit and make your clothes right herein frightful to automobilists.'Automobile Ala., were present at the funeral. The Democratic/ County Exeeuthe I(..*...\.,. mfjiD GOQO***
Daytona. O. S.Buraett Tailor. l''lIIlIIith'e of this County will at 2
thelatter's Mr.and
'.TiaO"10 parents, << for Hire by the day, -- o'
, lIrsJaes! W. Shields. Mr. and Mcs. Conrad Stubenbord, ,ac. hour or trip. W. W. Abercrombie,Wayside Call For Democratic Primary.... the county court house in DcLand, ( )) President \\ke-Pre C skl.rI ;
companied by A. II. Schmidt left Tuesday Florida, and publicly (canvas the returns -
r !Jfow i U the time to \place your order Inn, Myrtle avenue, phone 149. tf In accordance with the call of the I ( and declare what candidates have (

for aa Easter Suit, made at BUlDet 's. morning for St. Augustine In Mr. Democratic Executive Committee of been nominated by majority vote for I MERCHANTS BANK J
; Stubenbord's houseboat. They expected "Wantedgood hustler in every the :5tate""f Florida, made at a meet each county office and in what suTh (i

Gbr..Broward has appointed Wjffiam > to take in the 1'once' ,de Leon town to sell our perfect water filters, entailing ing of said Committee, held in the Cityof cases a second primary will have to l he ( ) |IPIASCII OK VOI.I-MA CorjcTT RANK) I

Hall Hilton,of Marianna to Vicceed festivities and return to Daytona- last from $1.50 to SS.OO, 100 per cent day Jacksonville of February: ,Florida BIOS, ,the on Democratic the llth held. and to transact such other business i- ( |) Capital Stock.... ...................................*.$ 50,000 I :#: 1

the lAte( yUliam James Bryan, f Flor- nightr profit to agents, exclusive territory. Executive Committee Volusia County,. as shall\v. S come THAYER before it., Chairman. I.) Surplfls and Profits.......... ......'.................... 55,165 I .
WI,111 the United States senate. Seneca Filter Co. Seneca, Mo. 43-4 Florida, at a meeting held in Del.and, G. \V. .
For Sale-20 acres choice hammock Florida, on Tuesday, March 21th, I' Ob, -.-l'ISllEltSivrctary.LOW -- --. I.) Four ]or cent interest paid on Savings accounts jfnd Time Cer- 1

. jfbrSale-Baby carriage with net- and, 5 acres in bearing orange grove. *Houboats: :' Cottages:'!, Hotels For cl<> make and hereby issue tile following I.) tificalps!, of Deposit Xo notice required for withdrawals. 41
covered parasol.!! M!. L. M Murray, Chas. F. Wetherell Holly Hill. tf Rent-For season 190S-'J! should boo call for a Democratic Primary Election,

Bayrtreet. tf 'Miss$ Hattie Gwinner the well known listed:: now with my Rental Department. to-wit The:said Primary IlertionilI: beheld -TIDES on the BEACH I I I 'Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent. .

Charles Edward Hliss, aged seven ty- and popular nurse, of Daytona, was Offices :North and South. at the legal polling places in each HB. J nA APRIL" ; : .
. election district in Volusia ( cH'L I ......CQm ID 00. oo: ** I t
one; died at Seabreeze Wednesday married to Walter Burgess, of DeLand, Ask Mr. Footer, County, _

morning The remains were sent to Monday evening of"last week at the 41-2t Palm Beach, Fla. duriIfg elections the hours fixed by law for ... 1.......1_:.t.,... ..1_._.-,...1... 1:33.: .. I ,
*Attfcboro Mass. for interment "- holding on Tuesday the 19th ... ?....... :2:15.: .. I Order That Spring Suit Now
Baptist in DeLand of 1908 for ti
Rev. the
parsonage by of day all Democratic May, ,candidates nomination ', ... 2..1:31).1:1. ... .3:00.: .. ''I 111 It C! 11f1

'Dr. Hocghton, dentist, west end of J. E. Oates The newly married couple State and be for office ... 4..3:10..2:43:: : ... ... .3:40.: .. : from our custom tailoring depart i
County to voted :
for : '
will reside at Stetson near-DeLand. by ... ... ... .. .. ... .. .i
Peck Block, phone 32. tf the Democratic oJ.. :) ) 3..7.: 4..0.: "
.South Bridge electors' at the general .. 6... ... 4:45...._. 4:11........ ;:10... i lU: {.I l ment. Then you can have it mode .

w.a. Parker candidate announces for himself int.oda1' of {Gulf, gasolene Refining, cylinder Co., phone and machineryoils. 70, kerosene and election to be to appointed of be held November by the Democratic 3rd, 190? ; ::: ::: ::: :: :::.::: .tt;::: ::: fl00.63.::: _.,-...........- just tho way *you want it-from '
'justice the
paper a Office and warehouse at Daytona dates governor of of State between tbe ... 9... ... 7:09... ... .6:30.: .. ... 7:5;... j cloth of your own selection and a
the peace. Mr..Parker U well known election holding the said primary ...10... ... 8:10.: ...... 7:30... ... 8:. 5... style design of your own choosing.
andta many staunch supporters. Vovelty Work;, E. Dillingham ..Agent.O and the time of the holding the ...1 r... ... 9:13....... 8:30... ... .9.j 1... f-mi
About eighty-five ladies the* primary election in A. D., 1910. ...12... ...10:10.: ...... 9:30.......10:43.: e4 SLrq
'Spring Tonics of all kinds at Young'sFbrmtey. accepted 'e" SECOND PRIMARY. ...13... ...J1 ::00........10::?O.......11:28.: .. We can furnish you for$25 to$40

invitation of Mrs. Geo. E. Sebring to a Provided That a second primary, ...14... ...] : ''' ... ::10........] 1 :50... the best tailored-to-mensure suit
.... breakfast at high twelve Thursday. The wliQre necessary under the provisionsof ...13..12:23..11:30..12:30.. .. .
llr.and Mrs. Phil C. Moore, who have affair was one of the most elaborate and P. said laws, shall be held on Tuesday, ...](.... ... 1:00........12:2.5..1.. .. 1 :0;;... 1/a\ :: 5\ youeverworeshapestyleworltmansbip -_ ;

been spending the winter at the Schaff- social events of the the Hah day of June., A. D. 190S! to ...1.... ....1 '' ] : 1:4';... I 'i4 and quality unsurpassed
Wednesday pleasant season choose:; between the highest' candidates ...IS........ .. :01..1'- .. .:2:23...
house Ridgewood, departed -
ner on Music WItS furnished by Wiley P. S\\ifCs : here nominations; shall not have been :33'1': ... : it .i tt' -because made to fit yourindivKN
for their home in Pittsburg. Orchestra of the Hotel Ormond. made by majority vote in the first ::: ::: ::: ::..::: 2:19..3:45.::: ::: ( & : J ufll form by Ed. V. Price & Co.,

and for primary election and at such second ...21... ... 3:;);... ... 3:23..4:37.: .. ,.
fl good horse, wagon cart *If your gasolene \toe don't work primary election only such ektlors! : as i ...2'l... ... 4:3..4:07: ... .';:40... I bmsUt; ;; 1""t the "House of Over a Thou-

sale,cheap. Enquire of Mrs. Hasty, right drop a card to W. G. Hobbs, Box were qualified to vote at the first I ...2:;... .., .';::2.1... ...:.'".;... ._ li:3., .. \ ..,;...11S sand Tailors."
Poie 'Park. Fla. tfUk primary dl'ctionhall be to i : $ .
permitted : :
82, he will send a man to fix it. )
I vote. t I ::It: ::: ::05.i:30.::: : : : : S t: ;

llr.and }&. J. IL Anthony and C. W. G. HobUs closed a deal Wednesday r -II The I)(-mocrati(" (State) Committee ...21.. ....... 8:20... .8:00.: ... 9:30... : \ I Their beautiful line of 500 fabric .

, D.Anthony, of West Palm' lieach. \'isf by which hebecoines the manager calliiiK said primary)' dt''li.JII in. compliance .I ...21... ... 9:2S.: ..... 9:10._ ...10.J.: .. j for Spring and Summer-shown
ited Daytona friends this week, and, incidentally I with laws hereby: declares the I II ...28... ...1O:3: :!... .. : ... ... :31.... I t I :
(if the 'Got tor moving- picture thcyCre in terms and conditions on whidi legal: ...:"'9....,..11 ::ro.......11 :10........I:!::?:!._ : : here exclusively by us-off era an
looked after business interest the Peck block. Mr. Bennjifho has t II: I* SMITH!, Candidate for Sheriff. electors offering to Iwom candidates, . ..... ::00------ 03. : j ( admirable for selection and

'.>'' .fliNt me at Curtis' and try an Ire conducted factorily, leaves it so successfully for .Philadelphia fyd! sati next>- j r I or to:vote and at taken such ('ICI'tilllhall as proKT| members be regarded ::! .::..::::::.:.:......:gi :':::.,... ..::: I I 4i their original range fashion plate suggest

Cream Cone. It's refreshing. of the Democratic and Forenoon' and Afternoon tides <<
therefore are
for Volusia Co. party approximately novel ideaa for the benefit
Registratlon0fficers 1 many
7 week where he conducts several moving j ,,
I entitled t participate and Jjc candidates at the fame hour.: Automobiles .
._ Paine Sebriag, the young son of Mr.i picture theatres during thesummer._ The following District Registration: before, and vote at such elections, can be tlrivfifon the brach two t of particular dressers.
, and Mrs. Ceo. E. Sebring, entertained a Lave Ixtn as follows.IJFALIFICATIONS: hours after high tide and within two '
( officers for Volusia County,
umber his juvenile friends at a *Wan ted-A good second hand dumpcart OF hours of high lidc.MASONIC .
warranted in good repair. Address j! appointed in their respective precincts: CAN IJWI'i ;.: -.a' Come in early-before everybody

birthday. party last Saturday<' afternoon. Mrs..). M. Parkhur, Bulow Ilor-! No. 1 Enterprise, W. S. Thaycr. DATES. i DIRECTORY. else is dressodup-and see fabric.

iLadies' and gentlemen baths at the j No. 2 Orange City G. N. Dozi'r.I I Those, and only those persons, shall 4398K 4368
'p, ida, Yolusia Co. 44TherSprlng -- be permitted to become candidates before -] M.IFAX LilliOF' N"... w .F. \ I- Nos. 4404L ,

".'Electric LightPlant.MiaSusie Term of the Circuit Court I No. 3 cLmd, J. R. Wethcrell. I or to voti- at or participate in the HALIFAX Meets l loOt amiril THAHTKK.! Tliur . -., It. A. M.- .,-...... '-, ... .. .....> ca 43201, 4276 HH and style de-
of Mr. No. 4 Delx-on, Robert Jones. management of any primary election 'ti.ft<::!ntl Thursday.
. Pellett, daughter for Volusia County will convene at leLand No. J 5 lUdridge, S. E. Lommon. held. by the Democratic party in Florida -II ENTALPOMIANHKItY. No ".K. T.MVEIIAK .-- t::..;... :;*.i....ir., '...<.
and. A. II. Pellet, entertained: a a week from next, Tuesday. The No. C Seville, Samuel Flowers. who arc white: Democratic dectors" Iet't 4th Thur'Olay ,4ii.V.i'r.&Co.M.rcb..S i / : tell us to take your meaaure.
!uth of friends Friday evening of who declare their adheramc to the ('J\PT t:It. Xo. :3 i, U. K.: S.-
following: are among the Daytonianswho : No. 7 Ormond, C. M. Geiger.No. Steets 'Iulond 4lli Turxliij 9, ANTHONY BROTHERS
. 1afk in honor of her sixteenth principles organizations of the .
have been summoned to serve on S Daytona, T. E. Fitzgerald. Democratic party-National, State and All mot t III M.-K>nlc Hall, orange a\enue

.. ; y.tFor the grand and petit juries: W.G. Hobbs No. 9 Port Orange, T. J. Sparkman. County-who are by the laws of the -- -

Sale-New B-flat brass! tenor A. McF. Porter, W. W. Laitingrr! J. B.Uinsky I No. 10' New Smyrna, Leo l shcr. :State lawful tlectoi.- the district in Phillip E. Robinson Architect-
I which they offer to vote, who have National Bld'lit BUSTER B1OWN YOU KNOW
: valve trombone with extra silver mouthpiece II. T. McClellan, Lee Kingst j I :" :
No. 11 Oak Hill, W. L. Cause. paid their poll taxes legally/; due not .'f' t.i..-. "'0"8nnah. Ga..

leather case. Dr. O'Neill, and J. C. Poppell. % No. 12 Tomoka, M. C. Cone. less than ten days lx fore such primary .J' .',' -T-.i-..I, r:: \\'IIIpr In FI..rldar Hum." : Well Enough .
220 Volusia election is held and who : "' I Bun lIlu",' let
avenue. s For Sale Cheaj)-Krakancr No. 13 Glencoe J. D. 1Iit bell. shall, when ".... BLUE
fJPiano j
.' I'ati..llo" !!
challenged I : by elector, pledge in .. ,
Asa Paine and his niece Miss Frances Bros., make, 7 J octave grand. full !size No. 14 Lake Helen, A. R. Cool"'y.No writing upon| oath any before an inspector, ,' 1 Tropical dl'II1 Thr.siavanIaI' I What You WantWhen

Foisom, departed Wednesday for MinBtapofis. in use but four months, in perfect condition 15; Clifton, G. Wx Tedder., hit honor to abide by and support the '" 1.", 2.... I I RIBBON :d '
Mrs. Paine and the children splendid instrument. Regular j No. 16 Stetson C. S. Oailhr
.yin rem!n here until the latter part of N. Y. price, $40.Vill be sold cheap. I; No. 17 Osteen, J. A. Blauvilt. I nominrc thereof. I _J .J '- I

\tbe month. Call at C. C. Mellor's, Ridgewood near No. 18 Holly Hill, Win.. Wethcnll, Sr. Each OFFICES elector: qualified TO BE to FILLED.vote in said r ..............)........... I SHOES', I SHOI3SI
i' No. 19 Picrton, F. I) Harper. {
*Prtce that'speat Volusia. 'I primary clcftions) shall have the rightto I II
that's and quality
easy No. 20 Scabreez. II. O Wilson. run
, 'in suits made right here in Day- The friends of Dr. E. L. Potter have vote for .
I One candidate for United StateSen- !.For Cheap.
toot: Burnett, tn<<. Tailor. ireVailed upon him to stand as a candi- '; r BOY!

date for renomination to the office (If' I ator.One candidate for Governor, : I AND GIRLS.
- Mr. and Mrs. Silas B. of De-
district. I One candidate for of State
. Co'ity Commissioner from this Cut in Two Secretary<< ,
Und'yisited with Daytona friends the Dr.[ .Potter has been a faithful and con- Prices One candidate for Attorney General; : Enterprise Stereoptican, : 1

I WUr part of last week, returning home to One candidate for Comptroller, : With Sun Rival Light, : .- You want Shoe that looks
is mainly o
scientous official and it I
: One candidate for State Treasurer, .
111\ Wrday. Mr. Wright visited try ( (mi. i.vi 61RL. .
his efforts that work was started on the One) candidate for Superintendent of 1 :.' b well and is comfortable but
Oriental Cominandery Knights DeLand-Daytona road. It is likely 32 ladies white Public Instruction, : 1 vioux Arounil} tin- WorMOH : : (I'i; at the same time you waat
Templar Thursday evening in his official prs One candidate for Commissioner of Shoe that will No
that Dr. Potter will have no op| ositU>n I : vif,s I'.ission Playwl: \ : i a wear.
(i Agriculture
opacity of Past Eminent Commander.
shoes for and in
for the office; at least no thcr aspirants j oxfords rub. I One candidate/ for I Railroad: Coinmiasioncr : ure:>, "n-Lii soul en'Q'1lillg! : 1 -__________ boys girls
FINE BEACH AND AVENUE have so far been mentioned trriouily.: canvas I ; all the world are so widely]
IflTS FOR SALE NEAR COUNTRYClUB' One candidate for State Chemist t, : complftr' for fiitcitainiiv'iit.( : known or so widely worn: as
will call for your *>no andidate for Mate Attorney for -__: .
I HousE: II. L. K. SEA fPhone 2$ and we former price
ber soles i : A. W. FIELDER :
and pressing. All woik dune 7th Judicial] Circuit, :
BREEZE tf cleaning | One candidate for Judge. Criminal USTBR
; by white workmen excluihcly. 75c I j Court "f Record: of \'\.luia County, : New :Snivrna: : Ha : IlLI1
-At the Kingston )I. E. Church,South, S O. S. Burnett, Tailor i $1.50 now" candidate for Solicitor NQJJOPQ
One County ,
'on North Ridgewood avenue, April ,5th, I Criminal Court .' died on South Heath I }Iz
*31 begin an old-fashioned Revival It. O. Douglass County, .....................-_............................ 1
' meeting.. The pastor will be assisted by street Wednesday evening. Mr Douglas i One candidate\ Clerk of Criminal: .................-.. ..........................:: FOR GIRLS J; A FOR BOYS

Mrs... C. Owens and daughter of Evergreen -, was a-tarpenter by occupation and cams Court of Record Volusia County, Jj JjJ H :
funeral was Two candidates for MemlxTs of the | Neville H. ClarkOPTICIAN.
The I For sale by
Arcadia. white ,
from ladies
Fla:, two Holy Ghost baptized here thief 132 prs :I House of Representatives, :::1
workers. Miss Owens is fine singer. held<< Friday morning, attended by One Candidate for County Judge,
i Carpenters' Union in a bod}". Rev. I U. One candidate for Sheriff' J THE PECK-HENDRICKS COMPANY.
,f *It Is spring fever-yes, the kind that Jl. flutter officiated. The interment :| canvas oxprdsslight-{ One candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Ii!

Myl wake up. Clean the house from Pinewood Cemetery. DC- Court :: .
% ade at
u One for Assessor of
was candidate County
gReet to basement send for the : tllCrl'adil' one-half ( '..'- :: :
of at
:ceased was a member soiled Taxes,
| ly
sad Piper-hanger H. WRIGHT & Lodge Knights of Pythias.: The members -!- One' candidate for Tax Collector, %BBI \ ill

ON,.Magnolia avenue-get ready for a I of the local lodge acted us ans- i >nc candidate for :Suj:; >cn'isor of Registration : :: : Norman S. Dayton

J ppy$flInme i former prices.All :: .. I
cort. One candidate for County Sujwrintt
, I Eyes Examined Five. !
L.M. dent of Public Instru(tion, ::
Murray has severed his conneci MLSIG.llOX ..
t tfREGIXA I candidate for County Surveyor, ,
' w1U One :: :: REAL ESTATE.
i i rfU ?larxBrothers'ofJacVsoavine'wiofcCtlTe A fine one, with selection of tun- One candidate for County Treasurer. :: At flatL'o Jewelry Store. ::

;t ) day, and wilt hereafter de- Each MI- < h lector in the respectivecounty ii ii I

yote his time to fobacco culture in Leon S VICTOR TALKING MACHINE men's, youth'sand commissioners' eiistrict shall .....-......-...........-...................................--...................-........ 1 1st il-x south II. ED-
& tl., Mr. Murray is president of the with selections of grand have the right, to vote for one 'candidatefor --- j Care of rnoperty. )>r of postoffice.! W.
< A fine one,
Brdfo Both the ,: I county commissioner. I II MONDSON: Manager [Daytona Fla. Plans Estimates andSuperintendence.
Jjifle Tobacco Company and sheets. ,
opera and other tune boy's suits at 20 I Each such lector in he respectivecounty If to !
Upecta to get rich in a short time. His above are for sale very cheap. C. C. ,! chool district- shall have the you i-xpect :: [ Lumber yan). Magnolia Avenue and

*"fWW on the road for Marx Brothers Mellor, Ridgewood, near Voluia. (i right to vote for one candidate for a FI I-.. C'. T'ailnuy. I'lionet at office, yard} and residence.
discount.Remember of the board of public instruc
v fdjnwf Armstrong. per Build :
c. G. Burgoyne gave a very pleasantboat j. tion.Each a Cottage
"r ?'Saleat such; elector in the<< respective<<
) ,a bargain-New cot- ride Sunday on his magnificent ,I justice's districts shall have the rightto ; e 0 . . .

,:: furnished, on one of the yacht the.uSwcethe l.ft." to a few'' vote for one candidate for justice of y

. .h..L.. ta In Daytona, lot 50 by 200. friends. A fine luncheon was served on I the peace and one candidate for con1stable. Hl'{ idl'IH'l' or Hotel coine | ; Ice Company

Box 182. Possession given 1 board, one of the touchingly beautiful our former j and t'xuining our :tock; oft: Daytona t
. :.!*!5tJ1. .. features of which was a vacant clair: :I Convention Four Delegates, at Large to (, 4 ICE

B.Bowden, editor of the Dade draped with flags and a plate trimmed i were 'low. Two District Delegates, | Furniture and House I| PURE
Qty in memoryof prices Member State Committct, .
boquet One County i *
r,is a candidate for delegate at with a magnificent Made from Distilled Water.
a One ember National Committee, :
, *!JP to the National Democratic Con- the late Col. John B. I wasa Fit'c Presidential Electors, i Furnishings. I:, Factory corner Railroad: and Volnsia avenue. 4

"{5"*to be held at Denver, July 7th. warm friend of Mr. Bur o'nc's. t Each such elector in their re.-perth !H .. . . . . .
** thoughtful rerncmbrame shall have the right to vote -
and :
office precincts
i attached fitting
? with no salary We want to convince
.'" friend. for one candidate for member of the ; you I i Our only place of business ia at address -
, 1TBowden will no doubt be given of a departed Call and see us, we County Democratic Executive Commit- that our piireare right.iBingliamSileyCo. I ,. t below where we carry in stock:

Jj'j'PWtanlty' by the Democratic *It is about time to place your order tee. I I i' S .v" a large supply of Engines, Boilers,
t'JT t beone of the 'representativesv Suit. We have tl large The respective County Candidates, j, 1 ...'. ....: :-; j." -.so... SawMilK Edgera, Planers, Shingle
& for that Easter and we have other bargains. including members of the f I.A"s.slature'l:I .._ .- {:".!!:: ;;: machine, Threshers, in fact all Wood
arfnga candidate for president. to select from, I ." ., ._ Saws Belting
V line of samples to beoted for at said primary : I ,- ..... -2: Working Machinery, ,
. : r Sale. can save you money. Suits made right in !said County are hercbv a' S5cd as J(.;.-. :-< and Supplies. Write us what you
J5 Any one wanting a follows. 1 ,-.ewant.. We can supply' you and Bare
': 4 Winter residence facing Hal- here in Daytona. the Tailor. Globe Candidate tar JuJc of Criminal I I I '* you money.

ilTiv*' high round will get1f. Bugsett The Court. r.o.W.( 1 I ATLANTA OA.
Water- Candidate for County
"., ."addressing A. B., *What b Lily 1 .
Kltews.U Eleatric Light Plant. .
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ESS -,. -
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'OF JltP PEACE (tvirtPub.1t.e.;
I VflCALANNOUNCEMEMTS.tader the People Volnaa County: I hereby anaoonce my,***,%*>tke'* (C1f of: Quardlaa's _
ara'n become candidate noflrinallon to the offic*: Notice ia '
decided .
I have to hereby siren'the
lbi b.ad .IU appear tie &.D. for the tb Db-
i Booneemeau of candidate* for the ranoo for he office of Tax Collector at the Peace in and W 1.be rigsfd guardian of MQ
Sate and Co*nty offlc**. the approaching primaries, and respectfully trict of YoIU! & County tubie t to '1 hirer;A minor, wfll,OB HUAprOA.D.,19G8appr
Tbe cbarce: for insertion of tanoaneemeil << and action of th< Democratic Primary,. May '
solicit votes support
To-day we want to talk to over win from be BOW tUO.oath an eieepUoo the prtmari boweTer.are 1 have served your you in this rapacity, 19th 1908. If favored with your, sup.draln; able County Judge cf Vc,%#

bmi made In tke ease of tboe wbo .M k before, and believe that my knowledge ? &ball be my ftJdnvor to Florida at his office (a Del
CommHt'*n e r ana Ser'the office in honest
e cuoa *< Cocnty !I duties of the an
office and experience -'
of the
4 member of thI Coooty Board of Public InitrneUon. of the details my I for an order to sell at a prl
I .who will be charred r'... places me in a better positionto : and upright winner.v. following described T5sli.eaft
It 1*to be distinctly nnder tood stat no serve you satisfactorily than a new H. Ingtosadwiortowit.-
"Catarrh will be lotened ltaoat ;
about cures"During aanoooeem
you baler paid for la adrasce. as we tare and untried man or one not familiar. .........C TbeWeat Seventy-fir -
learned from experience: tt.at thIs It the with the work of the office I.................. .CC CI I Block Twenty(20j MemeatG..

only safe rule. Very respectfullY yows.D. CI C Twenty (20) Block One-Ii ;

ft ft ft P.5)11TO I: Notices !I Beach and Lot Three (3)) B
the past few Conths'e have edy that we know i is right-that we can FOR SHERIFF.I : .I (l2) Kiognton, and Lotfia
1. been what of FOR TAX COLLECTOR. ...................C IC ton s nbdi vision of Block '
publishing some our good back up with all our reputation for honesty take this method of aonouncicg that To Democratic l'! of Volusi Cc.-.4 ......
$4: I friends have called "heart-to-heart talks"! and II I. will be a candidate for the office of 2. Kingston, all lying and L
square-dealing. i f> I have been prevailed' upon for past i iI (flnt pub. Mar. 2S; last pub. May )]C County of Volusia and
fc'beifl Volusia State
Count 'the
coming :
t on patent medicines.: And wouldn't yw: rather buy that kind : ,I four years to make the race for Tax j Sheriff Sate. IDA L.
primaries.: I promise f elected, to perform -; MVE <
; :Collector but hue deferred account
: That name suits us all right-" artof.a remedy? Wouldn't you rather hold 1 the duties of the office in an honest I'of personal, friendship for the on present I|f j Und
-:1:1 4 to-heart talks" is-just what we have us responsible than to hold no one and faithful manner. I most respect-1 C 1 incumbent. i'I issued out of the Circuit Court of the -
'< t intended. There can't be ? We fully ask the support of the people. ,: friends Seventh Judicial; Circuit of florida in DissolutionNotice Notfc*;*
'i anything more responsible are right here, right My seem to think that eign-;:
E. L 5IITH. herein x:. w b hereby given
i pending thai
service in of the best I eaa e therein
c 1! serious to a sick man or sik woman where you can get at us every day in the -- teen years one ; of
of the City nership existing between J
paying offices in the should be ; G reene, Mayor DaytonaI Q
I than his ailment and the remedies he orshe week, right where one fat c move on our FOR_ HERIFF.To sufficient for any one county man and demand 1 j j Floric-a, b pUintiff, .ndr.M. I and Arthur I. Miller under ,H
the Democratic Voters or"olusiA 1 f
: :ai 4 takes to cure it. part will bring upon us your condrnt'I County log l a change I have decided to enter the i 1'J. A. Jackson are defendente have levi name and style of J. C Boiler

: I Oar talks have; been "heart-to-heart" nation, the loss (Iiour j friendship, yourpatronage I hereby announce: myself as a candidate race at the next primary. i iffl upon and will sell at public oute"De-at I has been dissolved by mot ml'
the front door of the court bouse in Arthur I. Miller a.r umes aQ
1 have been of the demo i
I i' I Every word we have prir.ted has been inflnence. Can afford for sheriff of Volusia county, sub a supporter fa
your Land Horida. on the first Monday and all bills due the firm ]
f cratic party Volusia county for the :I I are
:' l'I I ( written in absolute earnestness and sin- to tell you anything that you will learn ject primary.to the If action elected of, I pledge the Democratic myself toi past twenty years. My constituents I I May A. D. 190S, being the fourth-day of r him. ARTIH R L

1 I I c rity, and judging from what our cusbter is not absolutely true? < impartially enforce the laws of the know my attitude in politics and if rny r the month during the legal hours of sale, J. C, BUTLER,3,

"t I tamers tell u we have! not been talking Are you not safer in taking our word county, and to conduct the affairs of loyalty and sen ice will warrant your' I i to the highest described and best bidder real estate, for cash towit Daytona Beach, F.x MartbNotice.

4! l t in vain. We are convinced that our for th -merits of an article, than you are the I earnestly office to request the very the best support of my ability.of all support much appreciated.for a promotion it will be ser)r I the:following East S9 feet of lots .5 and 6, Block .

; t frankness has been appreciated and that to rely on the printed !statement of a patent voters at the I am familiar with the duties of the 4. Greene's subdivision of Block 53; Notice is hereby given to

1 .. cur suggestions have been welcomed medicine manufacturer whom yon primary.LEE MORRIS. office and feel safe in faying I can s rve t West 59 feet of Lots 5 and Block 6. Block 53 and 4.Greene's may concern that I am DO loeieretted ?
d you to your satisfaction. I have no subdivision of ; "
which naturally encourages us to conr.e'er even saw and probably never will? FOR SHERIFF. pledges nor false promises to make, I! Lot 10, Block, Greene's subdivision of I of in the fish*business Co. ucder

: tinue. Common senee r.10ct emphatically tell; : To the Voters Volusia County further than I will agree, if elected to Block 53; all of the above describedproperty I which Montgomery has been at Day __,

: To-day. and perhaps for some time to you that we cannnt afford to depart one In annonuncing myself for sheriff, I visit each precinct once a year for the is situated in the City of Daytona management of J.conducted W. Clark cafe. t

come we want to talk about that big hair's breadth from the rigid; truth. will give the public my views on certain purpose of giving the citizens an opportunity Volusia County, Florida, and: G. F. MO.VICOlfflft
matters pertaining to the good of the to pay their taxes. l levied upon as the property of the defendant
I' class of remedies known generally as Xone of us can deny that there i is such whole county. If the democratic party ebould see F. M, Smith. Oak IIHl, Ha., March 31.1908. gifi

"catarrh cures." a dieea e known as "catarrh." Those ,I Fil't-fi experience as an officer in fit to honor me with this promotion Iwillendeavor This 29th day of febrauryD.l90S..

Broadly speaking the e are the patent who have it, or who have had it, knoxv the larger cities north, as well u City to show my gratitude. If I I J. R. TURNER *Xo charge for preliminary'pitaM*!
medicines .' Marshal of Daytona for three years enables not, I will be satisfied with the resultsand Sheriff Volusia County, Florida. estimates; supervision of work it "
that it
is MM
have been the chief tarthat of the bard diseases
to one to be be OATS
more competent to : remain a democrat just the same i FITZGERALD & cost Norman S.
pet for the attacks of the "Ladies cre. deal with criminals and law breakers. Thanking my friends for past favors., Attorneys for City of Daytona. : Dayton, Daytci1

: Home Journal," "Collier's Weekly" and Perhaps the wnr t thing about catarrh 'j) Second-I am opposed to taxing the I am, Yours to command ;

other magazines which are waging such i ic; its pre'alencf'Jmo"t people of Volusia county for the removal W. H. McBRIDE >> mM.. mm.mH.. !
everyone of the
county seat, nOw being
a lively warfare against patent medicine especially; in a climate like our -has agitated, and placing the hardship on FOR TAX ASSESSOR.To -.

abuses. catarrh in conc fam or another. That is the west and north part of the county the People Volusia County'I, r. i11
As to reach the county: seat. Some years ago I wa.* chosen County i
: we pointed out in previoustalks what has made the "catarrh cure" busi 1 Third-I am opposed to the illegal!I Assessor of Taxes for Vvluaia County. LEADINGI -
it i jc not our business to pass judgfle5 50 profitable.! There ar(' =o many I sale of whiskey as my record will show, The tax books at that time were far I '

ment on the crusad of these we11thou!=ands of cae d the tJi"f"a"e" and) it is i though I believe that hotels should be from perfect, a comparison of which J -

known, highly-respected publication so hard to cure. Mint the patent medicine 1. allowed to serve: wines as a beverage to with the tax books of today will justify ,! I CANDIDATE i
their claim that I have
guests. my made treat impro"ement -j __
The public alone! must be the judge and manufacturer. ha c reaped a harvest in | fourth-I have lived in Daytona four- in this work, which i is now : /' 'i :

? jury Our business as v.<- see it. :* to preparing ,rerwdic that appeal to this i teen years and hate treated others as I I I second to none in the State.I ti

: carry in stock a complete line of patent large ciasoI. !sufferer |would hare them treat me, and have respectfully announce my candidacy I I i FORUNITED
i tried live for re-nomination : i
j to honest and upright. to said office subject I :
medicines, and to sell those medicine: at One of the mnct ''erioTi thing5 c about Fifth-I will not be affiliated with to the Democratic Primary, assuring i ,

j t the lowest possible price. catarrh i i.. that it break* d-wn the system !any faction though I am a Democrat I you that if honored with another: term i ::1 ,

i ; We sell hundreds-yes, thousand of so that the sufferer },CCOIiiCS a prey j and have always -en so, and if elected Ir I I will devote my best efforts to the i ] 1
bottles of 1| will do my utmost to use the office faithful discharge of the duties of the : -
1 so-called catarrh cures. and to other rlieasf' Thi* fact ha; led the ; fairly honest office.
i and upright, and do all I I iFwr
i know nothing of their in rf'cJients. The proprietors of so many "catarrh cure;*" I|I can for the good of tbe people: ot the your past kiadaf-a and considers-1! : l

1 manufacturers advtrti** them the public to advertise tlu-ir rf"tnt.tJita* a specific' whole county, as what is to your interest thou I thank you very much and will :

demands them ; we order them from the for almost every disease tinder the !un. is to mine. Thanking you all for greatly appreciate a re-election at your I| STATES ? f
j your vote and assistance. I bfto re. hands. S. B. WI LSOX. ;
; manufacturers; and sell them at the lovWe have ONE catarrh cure that we main Yours to serve, : r:

4 est price. That is absolutely! far "We know M. H. ZUBER. yon i'x is. }:' ;OR.- j t'
as as are willing to ay to you : j I ;
; _ ___ I hereby announce caLdi-:, SENATOR
*s a
our knowledge goes. The manufacturer thi is; all right.: Take it home and use it OK MEMBER BOARD "OF date for the position of Tax Assessor of t i iVolusia I

5, f keeps his formula a secret. It may be with the full assurance that if it does not j EDUCATION. County. in the Democratic Pri-i J .

& ... good, or it may not-we don't know. and cure you, you can 'bring it back to us I hereby: announce myself a candidate marie to \lie held on May 10th I Live'been ', :
, I for reflection as a member of the a consistent! democrat all life, .
. t- we have no means of finding out. and we will pmnptly refund our County Board cf Education, 'subject to and if honored by the dern'Jf'ratic'otel'my I! DUNCAN U.FLETCHER1 I

,, !Io t. Naturally, we would! rather sell a remmone.&. ." That catarrh cure is ,, the action of the Democratic Primary to of Volo.'ia < ouaty with the nomination I'j 1 { :
I be held May 19. I9G'>, and if elected rail 1 I promise. to devote all my time to the 'J I
t i endeavor to discharge the duties rj the duties of the office. A. T. PATTILLO. t

> r office to the best of my abilitv.. i
I f t: GEO. F. CROUCH. SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION. I Stands for These Principles :- f
f Tn DemoCratie'c.tf'1'S of Yolusli County: I I
. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. I am a candidate for reflection to the Control of Interstate Carrier by Interstate
1 lt I take this method cf informing the office of Supervisor of Registration and | : Commerce ComiaiMtoa : 1

voters of "(,luEia County that I am a ask your support, pledging myself! to j Farora Income Tax.
t candidate for re-election to the office of the faithful and impartial diVharze of'' :; .Stand for ; j
County Judge, subject! to the action of the d'ltk of the office.lteepecUully TarffJ Revialon.' and Benefit t. i
Democratic primary to be held May 19 I 1 Your!'. i : Florida Farmer and Fnlt Grower .
J90 Should you again honor with an I I JOHN K. WETHEHELL. DutyoezEgyptia.CoUoa.

eelection I shall endeavor, as in the t Government Appropriation for Harbor _::, ;

I pILot I to discharge the duties of the Ialan4 River an4 Waterway .. j
office satisfactorily to all. ] SUPERINTENDENT: OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. j
I J. LEE M.CRORY. Opposed to Tract. u4 all HJlnUe.. i
To the People of Volusia County; I\ .. Payora Cnrrener Reform S
OR REPRESENTATIVE. I I hereby respectfully announce niy II ... .. : !

To Democrat! Voters of Volu.-ia Co.- I I candidacy for the office of County So.
C f perintendent of Public Instruction !
I subject
hereby an nounce myself a candidate -
for Kepresntative from Volusia County, 'I' to the approaching Democratic You ...i
primary. can all
subject to the Democratic Primaries, OYfi
; MUCU-TONE and if elected it will be my endeavor to If nominated and elected, I promiseto
t : do the beet I can for the ;interests of all give my whole time and very U-t the country and you soul find any_ brt i
in the interest of the of'
Volusia investment
parts c County and the for
peopleof your money in a choie* )
i1 : the :state this county and with this as-surant" Irespeetly
i1i generally. 0 home, farm
a building Jots df&
I ; IJespectfullv. I a>k for your support. ) or an

.. There j Is co gies work with cs en Rexall How can you know whether or I I E. "T. COX RAD. Sincerely. "1 grove, than we cnn offer you. Fpe l

r Mccu'Tone. II't kr.ov.hat if it made o,'. I Daytona, Florida. i O. A. liOn __.:;__ those choice peninsula lots that prill

I Net cny do we know, lut v.t isill g'xe; you atafy not you have catarrh ? FOR REPRESENTATIVE." strJJ: future profit and improvement.
I of the formula.There j lxTEXfEXTorrn3iyi( IV' _
Want real estate
$ Lake Helen, Fla., March 4th, IVOG.! consult I
: make i is co theni-or.e secret: about thousand any Rf.xa cf !! remedy! Well: here are tie: symptoms that usually! inwe I To Democratic Voters of Voiu"ia ('0.J .- To the People of Volusia County, Fla.- 2 1.you 1.

I all over America us: leadxg d.cate; its presence Check them over, and if ; hereby announce myself as a candi-: I hereby announce myself as "a candi : A. I. MILLER !
. I drogg'jts laboratories B-in our Mass.great cooperative >oa have any of iliem: try a bottle! cf Rexa!* ;:date for th* Legislature, subj'f to the date for County SuperinU-ndmt of
at stD We
:> ,
decision of the ,
1 Mucu-Tone. I legaloters c.f "(Iuia Public Instruction.: I have been life- 4t
own the laboratories ar.d ever>'thing in them, and County, at the a ?
coming Primary long Democrat and have I REALESTATEANDIHSURANCEA
CATARRH 'OF THE NOSErChillinessfevenshness FJecI'tGn helped to fight
we operate them just as skillfully: Ai our com I : on May ICth, V.iOS.! the tattles of Democracy since
I bined trains and money will let us, and just asfcocestij -pas-ages obstructed-watery discharge E. \V. BOND.I Democracy owes I76. --._- Ocean Boulevard.
tne nothing for my' SEABREEZE FU
: as honest men know how and latter thick! )ellow: and tenacious (
i loyalty to her. I stand
discharge into the throat-headache-fonl I FOR THE LEGISLATURE.: indebted to her

breath-weak and watery e\es. -and sometimes I hereby announce myself as a candidate for tL..lil.lCrty which I enjoy. I there- FLORIDA
fore EAST
myself!! at the
.. The loss coming Primary, COAST
4 Ingredients of Mucu-Tone of mernrCATAR.RII for nomination to the office of May 1'Jth, as RAILWAY
your servant. If I .
OF TilE THROAT:-Irrtation; ;! member of the House of Hepresenta- nominated am
The chief ingredients of fuTon are Gensensati'n of heat and dryness constant: hawking ,: tins, subject to the action of the Democratic my undivided elected attention, I promise to give i LOCAL TIME CARD No. 74. CORRECTED TO .

tian, Cubebs, Cascarj Sagrada, Glycerine, and -sore t.roat-and fl.fficult to breathe primary. raise the standard of our w in hnnU trying tn ft to,. No.99No. }} So. 29 FEBRUARY 5, \\9 I

Sarsapanlla.:: CATARRH OF Till.J: STOMACH.:D.zriness: i I._ MACON THORNTON. I highest possible state of proficiency,and' ;' Daily Daily Dally STATIONS. :No. 78 No. 7.. No.fJ

Gentian is recognized in medicine; as one of the emaciation hollow cheeks -sleeplessness 11JK REI>RESEXTATI'E.To I nil! be fair treating all alike with 'Ju',J.; ,,1'0fw.' ; ;... .. ... 4 I Daily Daily D D
greatest tonics ever discovered. It is the fo nda- -bad drearnS-dcP.fldeflt-dII, grinding or special l privileges to "lo |.rn ItIJJ.m ; 8: > na Ar..-..-.-.-....Sc ..........,Ar 7*> pra, 74t,m aM..
ton on which Mucu-Tone is built Gentian combines sharp short pam* in side and stomach-nausea DemocratVoters! of Volusia Co.- none.EO.: T. .SELF. '' ; 'UI.m, I ilibsim 9san. .J.T... _.....Ekst: Anifiirtlne.l-kUUk....._.............LTLT, 629 pmj, II 40i I ..
i .
I ,
in high degree the tonic: powers of all! the after: eating-shortness: of breath-and blt- I have decided again to ask your JlUPI - -- ;: H: l'-i |pfl>ra i uuaam' ..' tl:::..=: HotelOraond.. ,......, LT _UJplJll'.. : tad'tlJ' *.
known "bitters," with none of the disadvantages ter fluid: ris'r.p in throat. I port for the nomination as one of the C. I;. ORTII DEMOCRATIC --. II.2 ii am II Mi. J.m UK am |J. '.... ii 11 Fn&ond-.... .:.Lr 3:ii"pin J ,;, |\>m i 4Sf'Sv '.5=:
: Representatives CANDIDATE : 1.1: .. .DkltODkLT.
to the im 2
Legislature. I 2 '
CATARRH OF TilE |>m ; ,
applying to them. : IN"TESTIXES--DulT.] I f..m; 12"ii'L pm 14 01 ll>k290pm
Cubebs grind.r.g pain in bowels-diarrhoea-emaciation 1: was elected 'lo that office in 1&96 andserved FOR SUPERINTEV 239 am ; 35 8 17 fin .............i misrule............ .. ::1: i 'J a Ittti1MO.
have log been recognized :as a. .pe- -nervounes5-.nd : you to the best of my ability and DENT OF SCHOOLS. ,. -_. ......j.m....' ,2uo f.rn .. Rockledw....... .... 1121'1Di' ; ,' :1 t...
: cific in the treatment of all catarrhal cond. lons. CATARRH OF TilE rpessnes Ll'ER'AXD"; i if you see proper to return me I pledge To the Voters of VoliiM'a ...- .-..,.....,".......-,. 247 pm LT.LT....:.:.::.:_:::::EtnGallle:......:...LT 12/7 put iU&lam 1
Its action is } ID. County 12 .V bourne.
prompt and its benefits almost Im'aXr.YS' Skin i my honor to do all that I ran for the I stand for : |' an S'.V.... *"" MM P> L"Fortl'lerc.L" 1144 am ,........
riable. In whatever :- drawn anl )'eOw-bTack! specks something. If it were i ipra :
of the and I 655pm ioo
part body the inflame people their interests. notI 75am: Ar.\\mr.llllllftell..L" .m it740am t ill 14iijim Kaa
diseased flctn? nn feM ', M=]<-n-weak and 1 for certain principles which I know I I Jtirjpm 705. pm 9730am j tot ftat
or condition of the : t. dzzy: 7 5 Ar..201.11'0Incl&n..
L rnucon membrane 1) F. IOHRI OX. would 5T0 |" 1$ : .......LT '. .
double g pm
exists, the of : in sma'l of back-:and constant: desire the efficiency of our j 1 |" li am 'I>> 'IQJO) ; t ti ram
use Ccbebs! has been |.m Ar': "
: "
recommended pm :;;;;'n'lI.Mlaml":: """"" 725am
schools: I would ItW.1II :......... : ..!!! tap
to cnnate : FOR REPRESENTATIVE not be a can ida *. 'SSOam :......LT ,
by the best .... .. 4o
'! physicians for generation* Il4 .. ... am 7 ; am : IIPd
many am .MlamL. ...... .
I ..
CATARRH OF TilE To Democratic do not depend on .. ) am ..... Ar, 23D ..
Voters any political faction .
of Volusia : pm znp.
Cascara Sagrada BLADDERSharp Co.- I.e pm ::::::::: :. .....
; : ::::
' ; : its laxative p-dally introduced for pains in the !lower abdomen! and a lo-" of con During the last three sessions of the. but expect the people to see merit :.nIyb5'. '< ::.;::::Lv .1140..... .1D I ::
necessary in the .lIy
properties trot over) urn: -cor.start desire! to urinate- I Florida Legislature, I have been an at-' principals for which I !stand and eI c flund., _ _
TI1 The combination of these with Glycerine and burnirjr: sensation when urinating-face drawn tache of the Senate, and have there I recognize in me a man able, willing and'worthy --'- .' PALATKA BRANCH -=====-

Sarsaparilla! makes Mucu-Tone a remedy that at- and palld-yr_ dull: -pan of) hands and feet gathered, by close study and oliserva- to put these principals in force. I I .'i'::c.1 EAST PALATKA Arrtv.f _'
tacks catarrh from every pont: gradualy: restores damp .ir.d! ''amrr.v : lion, a certain knowledge: of the affairs I believe the superintendent should Palaika---- TO PALATKA Lean a.ALATKA TO '1:;
and rebuilds the diseased ti.5ue4: to their: former PELVIC CAT \RRIICnnctant: T leuccrrn of the State, as well as valuable cxperien spend his time among the schools, aiding :;': .m :-....... O..G .-----__._. -P.I"lka Iio I---PaI.tka EAST PALATKA 'pal.iiit4

i health and strength promotes d.: C'.tirjn aid cre drawn pam ;n t.. back and hip*. abdomen rrai '! -e of the mode and manner of l.p gisla and encouraging the teachers. re- 5Uam I........... o. 44 DaIlT.D.lly.............. 640am40am 845am .-......Xo.47 I>et:- ... ..
I t ates a normal! appetite. Large trial hottl Me. and. thd':: l -. "mach di-turLancr5-skin : tion, I therefore feel I am qualified to viewing the work and seeing that thorough L'6pm 94.aiu ..."...". 'o. 50 D.r.,......... SMarnJ225 900 am ........No. 49 I>at j v ."' ..
tions s.t.k erup I represent the people of Volusia : work i is; done and good order maintainEd a I'. ........0.t2 Dally........ 1130amsoopm > I..,. ,,11 MM
I : : hadachf'mae' : irregularities! County I'm 'e0. M pm ::::::::
For Sole! in b&11y. __.. .,
f Only at This Store. and :, as a member of the Hou or our tchooK ........ 415pm810pm !> -' I "
con :-e Kepresen-( ram o. 445pm
. >t.pat cn.YOUNG'S j ......
< .ico.M '
j Do think I .... ... .. lrJ&lIy. I'.l r .1Ii P.
: Satires and respectfully announce my i you* our school ran Ix- improved ., ........ 1035 >11I 1040*40pm :::::::: : I''I! v !I t.f
: candidacy for this office, subject to'I fin nI'.' ..:_ ""
PHARMACY your action at the coming Primary. I < Where ran the superintendent dth- Lea". SAN MATEO BRANCH
. ,q, Lave been most good: At his office East EAST PALATKA Antve -
a citizen of Florida twenty-1 or among: the Le.ve ;::
c. B. schools: I ka TO sin'
I know the MALo4 TO
Prop. j years. needs and wants; EuIP
of the Should the ,-uperintMident lOam ..... M EAST PALAT
I know .
people. shall
always endeavor "bat'i .XO.43 :
I II t S I' Daly.! ....... !
I: : to do the being done in our e\'hc ol!':? How pm .No. 55 460 &III n- -
greatest for the '
: good can I Jey
TheX greatest :::::::: o. 4S ha I
Store he know without :: P Z50&m I"t ::
:: g
I 1 i I number if you should honor me with spending Ins! time :::: J : -
I a nomination and election, I )I[among! the !schools and revi-winz the o. :!$ I ..21 ups :::::::: : t:: lIi1'!.
; attire _
t you j ,.ork '* o U o.17 a:
it w ill be earnest endeavor ,' done 'Jnl. Dally.AYPORT : .
110 my to prove' JrL
_ Are the above --=-- D.Uy n t! ...tzpun.
j ;I San.
I rnyseIfworthy of the principle" -
tru-t and I --
worthy of

: i ft .B..DO BIN 1, il. ....... __....;........... .... .....-.-.; .-.-.. .. ; _;; .:- I C'ODf d n"P. Yours very truly your I and your work support for!me If lJ.I .need.y are your, fp help.ak up OO p IQ.4 lQan io to.m, UIPID 1100 Pia 114.00..m... L"J'.blo".... &BRANCH'y' ...... 7.1'.m: -1 "-' .00 JIe1I P.4epm !

f. General repairing, key fitting saw fil .1 OTTO It. K1RCHOF.prings. j Yours in earnest Jlti: :: ;:: : S46in Lv c BraelL..L1' llro.m 1. P f.m US,.

0 {Pr. Trunks, valises, umbrellas! and I Bond Lumber ';f fkI.cfn C. E.; ORTH.j No.. No.1 'arlDf' :::: ..:-t: ;, 641 am 1'I r: ': 4'.J.113Pm!.
: parasols repaired and Company .1 J '. City Braac:.. No.Z .
1:11 recovered.

;, Checks mowers and repaired tags.and Rubber sharpened, Badges Lawn, MAMFACTVRERS OF ::. I I take FOR this COUNTY method TREASURER.to inform the voters j, FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY. .! .3//liOOlUL.tak t30.m _L"_______lmYnl.Ar._!_________ lOOp D.lly 1(0.ball 4,. fZiiTaefd I: Br.chy _JIf.J,

stamps and of Volu!'County that I will be I I hereby announce my J120am iie1sL". nra Uop 650am 'I.tT '. -T ; tnp
candidacy for :
official seals. :1223 South Beach a O Pili 601 L-'r
1 Street, ROUGH AND : nomination __1_ Pili lao.rn. ..
: "
DRESSED : candidate for to a second JlM.m .4r. : j
Daytona, Flo. to the office ol term of office of Ar.Or.nre Cit .40pIII ...... y.-
J.1200n'n "
i PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER County Treasurer, subject to the actionof State's Attorney, in and for the 7th C.fllettlos madeat 410 m II.......... ." -""
'a.u. XI..I
the judicial circuit of ,wIts
:;;--- Primary to be held Florida subject ; Ita.bJp. .
/ Democratic to the ...,... ... .. 'the P. and 0. 8. '. << e8l"--
May 19tb Primaries m. .,
1&03. "
to be
: Promising elected held 'to".. _
,.7 THE FINESTBATHS' Lath, Shingles, Flooring Ceiling, Brick Lime : i to preform the duties of the office in the 19. J908. If again trusted with the May ad- r.....,.nd heg. TJ3IE TABLES sh. ." H..". "... ... "......--0.....!it
\ d.part wth
.I future, in the ministration! of this ., from tlte... timeaLwhieh
past, to the best most
and Cement in Stock. f'lft!c5 and Yards ... f of my office by the important', : .. .? II...Dot TEEFnta.4, .ral$ ..: hnt their trains n.yIeripecie'4t ,::
j / ; Fait ( ( < ability, and will be grateful to those who peopI! will, as I have' .n.! a..n... arl. Dor cloe.tile Comp&D1 arrival or d'1.art. all.'
: I \ Railway and orangeMI A..nn. I will favor me with their votes. always striven to do, inform h.ld It.ell r..po.oibl. fer..,..11I

Ii/ : *-Bonc1 Mill Atlantic Coast iAae R,...100 muss south of Jacktonrllle: I I J. J. VINZANT. impartially and fearlessly, for soy the duty best .'or.C" ot tho Loc1Th..
ON \ I 'M..IE: Card
EARTH K&lamazoo.onMsntordsr&nebottb.y II interest of the J. D. TIm Inf..rt"'I..n
E.C. Ry. State. f RA1-INER. TICIIT
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. iL f FOR HEX :: ( FOR CLERK OF CIRCUIT JOHN Assistant JeaeraJ Pa.S.. AES"J.: ,
nit Manager. :; j Democratic Voters of Volusia Co- Mate s Attorney 7th Court.

1 .; LILY WATER I .... ..... .............. ... ............... . ... ,, ,f office I am of a Clerk candidate of re-election to the --- .----- **"** ***-.* .

f' _ __ _ _ _ of the Circuit Court of lOR JUaTICE OF THE PEACE. ********* ** --
i ne Beat Water f. Tabl ..... Volusia County, and respectfully solicit I ******************
r ..
CM I ......... .. hereby
: .. ......... announce myself
... ................. your support at the Primary to be held for election a candidate H Cabinet
\\ ELECTRIC LIGHT :J j: J. F. CLARK :lrgrfOrlrOntltom.: .,.,. ) : Jay 19th, \. D. 190S. Peace in and to for the the office of Justice of the and Repair
l I..ler In bait and .ro.f.knIllFISH Should Eighth District :
\ you again honor me with an \olusi County of
PLANT h. Oystt'f and Clams. Game in Sea.iOl1. All or&rs election, I shall endeavor to discharge the Democratic, subject to the action of 1 I'Urniture lepairing. Mattress.s H..t't.1
will renive prompt attention. : the duties of the office satisfactorily. to it will be aim Primaries. If elected, I : Telephone all and as the law my in the future, 8te"aoor
directs. as :
29.Cottage the Mattress
Avenue < and
DAYTONA, Fl..'. past, to administer the f solu'it' v
........... ............. ... ....... : Yours very truly, office to tbe ben of duties of the erforfirsUclasWork. Orange
I J ............4... SAMUEL D. JORDAN. rny ability. <: ave. ent. Peck !

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