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S W V Rowley the San Mateo ci ciJ cigar eir
J K 6a 6aTuesday gar r manufacturer was in Daytona DaytonaTuesday DaytonaTue
Tuesday TuesdayDr Tue dny
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k Dr HH Seelye cle is making a num number nnm6er
1 ber of Kiihstantial improvements to tobis tobis toi
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i w bis Ridgewood home homeC homeJ1
+ yy J1 > C E Johnston the liverman has hasreturned bnsJ7 hasreturned
J7 returned from I m a business trip toJ to toHendersonvilie I
M J t Hendersonvilie Hendcr omdlc N C CHiss CI CMias Cn
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n H J Hiss Lottie Glad the efficient efficientbookkeeper efficientbookkeeper efficientbookkeeper
bookkeeper for J C Pottepher is isconfined isclIfined isi
i confined c to her room by illness illnessCecil illnessCecil illnessCecil
Cecil Pottepher who had his anny ann armbroken annbrokrn
y broken last week by b a fall is pro progneaaing proing pror
r gneaaing ing as well wcHuM as can bo expected expectClJO
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r 0Veaver 0 Weaver has had a a new Hide Hidewalk Hidewalk sidewalk
walk laid in front of his property 1rIcrtYi propertyoccupied propcrtroccupied
i occupied by Dr DrJ J 1 M Mlones Jonesdrug JonesdrugH TOl1ri drugA drugstore drug drugstore
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i The ongn congregations atiouH of all the thechurches thochurchcs thechurches
churches of Daytona will attend the theunion theunion theunion
union nttoh nttohk meeting at the Congregational Congregationalchurch
k church tomorrow evening eveningMrs
Mrs Mary A Gravel G raol and family familyof familyonndiann
of Indiana have rented the house housedorner hOU80mcr lotlso lotlsoc
c dorner mcr First avenue cnu and HU Diytona Diytonaetrpct Daytonn8trQCt Dnytonnatr
etrpct atr t belonging belomi imi nf = to E N Waldron WaldronHarry Wah1ronHlrl lValdroni
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i Harry Hlrl S Colemnn recently ncentl discLtrgd dis discharged disch1r ¬
charged ch1r cd from the army frlll of the Phil Philippines Philippill PhilT ¬
r T ippines arrived Sunday Sunda and is i the thegncfit thec I Igu
c guest gu t of his uncle IIS Williamson WilliamsonGeorge 11illiantsonieorf3a
r George S Adams and Percy Pere Rod Rodgers 110dfers
gers attended the meeting of the thenewly tillnewly thet
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t d newly organized tent of the Knights Knightsof
of the Modern Maccabees at St t Au Augustine Augusline AugtlRtinl ¬
gustine Monday night nightJ
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J J D Hinaky I1iIlHk will soon have a 25 25room 25room 25S
S l room boarding house on South SouthRidgewood SouthRidg SpullmRidgewood
Ridgewood Ridg wo1 Builder Clove will com commence COIIImcnco cornmence ¬
mence work at once and it is s ex expected expected CXt ¬
t a pected the building will be com completed complcted ¬
7 pleted by September 1
Irs F II Webber
Titusvillo last ast Saturday Ratunln and will willmake willmako willruck
make her home with her son I Frank FrankII
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II Webber cbher the local IOt al agent for the theSouthern tluSouthcrn theN theSouthern
N Southern Express Company They Theyare Thc Thcnre
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g are occupying Mrs Austins cottage cottageon
on First avenue avenueL vcnneL
L Lang Lnn of New Rochelle N Y 1lied Ydied Ydied
died last Saturday at The Cedars CedarsHe
He was fS years years of age Death Deathwas
r was caused by uremia Tho re remains rcmains remains ¬
mains were prepared by b Bingham BinghamMaloy BinghamMaloy Binghamc
c Maloy Malo and shipped to New Rochelle Rochellefgr
N fgr interment intermentThe
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r The T he Greenwood Cemetery Com Company ComPUU Con1Y Con1pony ¬
Y pony have had a force of men clearing clear clearing denring ¬
ing up tho lots and extending the themain themain
1 main n venue tho past two weeks weeksand wlckand trcek8Ya
Ya and so far have not asked the public publicfor
for contributions but as lots are aresoldappropriate anAOldappropriate aresoldaIp1proIpriate
soldappropriate it all to improve improvements impronments improvemonth ¬
ments mentsHarry mentsHarr monthtarry
Harry Harr Thompson 7 has IH let the con contract COI1trolt cometract ¬
tract for building a L5foot speed speedlaunch speedbunch
3 launch It will be completed in in a aoupie acuple
oupie of mouths Mr Thompson Thompsonhas TtoIn 1 Psoil Psoilhas
has ordered of the Florida Motor
Co a anhorsepower 0horsc > ower high
I Grant Ferris automobile engine for forhis forbis forI
I his boat boatMrs lrotMm boatMrs
Mrs A S Wilkinson and and1 J 1 W WWilkinson 11ilkinson V
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Wilkinson have invested in tcd in lots 7 7and t trn i iand
and 12 1 2 block 2k 2kerl Hollv m Hill lIillform lIillformorl Il tllfoi form formorly rn
orl orly William l rlliant and Jesse J SO Longc lots lotsand lotsand lotsand
and have a force of men sat 1t work workrenovating workrcnomt workrenovating
renovating rcnomt ing the old grove which they theyfind the thefind theyfind
find mostly most I alive but will about all allneed nilneed allneed
need buddinga a good example for forsline Cors
S sline s mc of the neighbors with wild and andneglected andneglected andncglcCttd
neglected groves grovesThere groCSrhcrc grovesImem
There Imem e will be a meeting of the theAntiSaloon theAntiSaloon theAntiSaloon
AntiSaloon League in tho Congre Congregational CongrcI Congregitional ¬
I gitional church tomorrow evening eveningat
at 730 30 oclock Hon B F Ibach Ibachof
r of Indianapolis Ind m1 will speak on oniiJ onTho
t iiJTheScope TheScope Tho Opo of the Work of o the Anti AntiSaloon Antioon Antioon
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Saloon oon League Leaguennd and Rev Re J C Ac AcReynolds D c cRenol chf
hf Reynolds Renol < 18 wi1l8peak will apeak ak on the Unifica Unification Unification IJnificati ¬
tion ti on of Temperance Workers orkers of the theState tboStatc theState
State All arc invited to come and andhear andhear andhear
hear these th gentlemen on OQ these topics topicsO
0 M Bingham Sr secretary aecrctar secretarye
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Mrs frR Charles R I Cox is ill 511William illWillinm illWillman
William McCoy was a visitor to toSt toSt
St Augustine this week weekMrs wcekM week11rt
Mrs M rH Howard T 1 McClellan visited visitedwith visitedwith isitedwith
with friends at DC DeLeon Leon Springs last lastweek lastweek lastweek
week weekeGeo
eGeo ° leo Wray r ray the tuner 12T 12TB 123B
B II Chase C adjuster for the theCable theCuhloPinno theCable
Cable CuhloPinno Piano Co Coof of Jacksonville J acksoll i ll is isn i iill i iin
ill n town for a few days daysSheriff daysSheriff daysSheriff
Sheriff Turner was in the city cityMonday eityMonday cityMotlday
Monday and took away awa with him a alogro anelO anegro
negro nelO who is wanted at Tampa for forwife CorwHo forwifo
wife desertion desertionC
C M 1 McDonald has just finished finishedtainting finishedpainting finishedpainting
painting the Yankee Doodle and andlow andnow andnote
low has A McF Port loners orlers CMs sloop theAwixa the theVwixa IheAwixn >
Vwixa on the ways waysK waysl
K l J 1 and Eric Mills spent a con condo 1011ple couple
ple do days fishing at Bulow creek this thisweek thiswcek thisweek
week They report that fish are arevery ancry mmmtver
very ver plentiful and bite readily readilyD realilyI
D I J J Carrison and bride spent SJ > tllt a aev afcw afew
few ev days iaVS in Daytona this t h i week Mr MrCarrison 1lrl I r rCarrisoll
Carrison C1i sou is is the ti l o enterprising IIII ulm to IJJisiug I u suibLtelv travel a l
ng
pai paint paintContractor > amt amtContractors II t
Contractors ontructor K S It I L Clove has com comneneel conymcuced
neneel I work on a residence ftr ftrlames f ur urTalllcs r rIames
lames A Belt B lt who recently reclltl pur purhasqd purchasQd purrhasGd
hasqd a lot of George H Ludwig Ludwigon
on North Ridgewood RidgewooIllrau1 RidgewoodMr
Mr llrau1 1 r and Mrs lrs Frank Alhro 1111 three threehildren threechildren
children and Mrs llrsllbros Irs Albros mother smotherleft mothereft lIIotherleft
left Wednesday for their home at atSpirit atSpirit
I Ipiril
Spirit Lake la after a very very plea pleisint pleasitt
ant season spent at Datona DatonaWhy Daytollaoh liavtona11h
oh ° Why not study shorthand short 118111 while whilethere whiltthere hile hilethere
there is is an opportunity opportull i ty It I t is a apleasant apClS1l1t apleasant
pleasant study if not needed 1I1 < dcd in your yourbusiness yourbusins yotnbusiness
business it is a convenieiu c fl and lIcl a apleasure apleasure apleasure
pleasure loundeivtand it See Mrs MrsWhitney JIms11hitne I r rWhitny
Whitney WhitneyS 11hitne 11hitneS
S B Wilson 11ilspimIax Tax Assessor 1sscssorof SSMsor of Yo Yolusia 0 0Illsin olusin
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lusia county will be 11 > at Daytona on onthe 011the onthe
the 2Uh day of April A pli I from t S a m nnto mto IIIto
to 12 I m 11 for the purpose of receiv rveivinfi receiving ¬
ing tax returns t for the t lit assessment tS J11llt of f fII
II 1101 BO taxes
S T II Bennett and Ine C C Rood who winhave whohave whohan
have been h < 11 employed em ploved at the railway railwaystation mihmyital railwayfal
station ital ion for the t ht pa p t year t left Tues Tuesday lmSday limesday ¬
day dayday for Massachusetts where t11 they
have ha accepted positions I ion on the t II Bos Boston Ituston ¬
ton and Maine Iail Railway RailwayColonel HailwayColonel RailwavColonel
Colonel Norvell after being beingshown Iwillgshon benagshown
shown the sights of Daytona last lastSaturday latSaturday lastSaturday
Saturday was asked his hi impressions impressionsof
of otiC f the I city It This 11 liS is IS paradise pan I ISI hereplied he hereplied I It Itnplied
replied I have never yet tt in all alltravels alltravels alltravels
travels beheld a prettier city cityHenry cityIIcnr it itHtlIry
I
Henry IIcnr M 1 Flagler and party drove Irtyedown drovedown d rn rndown
down from Ormond Friday evening eveningof
of last week and boarded their I spe special SP SPlinl spccial ¬
cial train for St t Augustine 1 IIgllsli lie Jo John JohnAnderson 10111IAllder um umAnderson
Anderson Allder on and J J D Price 11 ict managers managersof
of the Hotel Ormond came downfrom down downfrom downfrom
from Ormond with them themS
S 11 1 L hive 11 has a t large number ol olcontracts orcont ofcolttrtcts
contracts cont mets on hand but nevertheless neverthelesshe II Nth pI tS5 tS5ht
he says IYs he h still has the facilities faciIiticsfor faciIiticsforbuilding for foibuilding forbuilding
building a house on every < 1 vacant lot lotin lotin lotin
in town t n w nth this i s summer s I if i f necessary necessaryHe II lmectssaryHe ssuy ssuylIl
He has t1 just j list completed plans fora foralarge for a alalgP alarge
large coquina house at Ormond lIlIon < l
J T S Williams lliatll us the mail ail carrier earrieibetween carrierbelwecn arri1hett
between n Ponce Park and Ne NeSmyrna Sew SewHIIIl1Ia NctySmvrrta
Smyrna has purchased a t 2horsc 2horscpower horicPOWCI
power 1 power Grant U nlllt Ferris engine tngi Ill from the theFlorida theFlorida IlseFlorida
Florida Motor Company Comm pall Mr 11 I r riants Will Williams ll llinms ¬
iams will use the engine clIgi 1 to topropel propel a alaunch alauntll alaunch
launch in which he will carry themail the themail themail
mail mail1h
The Winton nton Bullets 11 I I and III IIIwere II I I r rwen fwere
were shipped shi PPtd to Cleveland levelan d Tuesday TuesdayThey TllesdayThey IuesdavThey
They will wiltlH be overhauled and sent to tcGermany toGermany toC
C Germany cnum for the Gordon Bennett Bennettraces HtIIJIlttmctS Bennettraces
races so 5k W II Peters iIi informs i II Ga ais theizettcNevy the theGazetteNews theGazttti
GazetteNews Gazttti Harry lIan Ownesy o oVVashington of ofVashingtoll nn f
VVashington ishib ishiblvc n Eton has been engaged llI rngtd tr trdrjvc toc1 t o I
drjvc c1 lvc 1 n the t h < machines machinesMnand IIl hi IIC IICr =
Mnand rile 1rile r and Mrs ti h ns F 1 A 1 Palmer anddaughter andlaugh1ttat and allddalgl
daughter dalgl ler have h n eloMd their r winter winter1tvtona 5nteihomo i IIttr IIttrhome
1 1tvtona > ltolla and left Wednes Wednesdaf JIltS JIltSaf
homo omo on inDaytona in nt ntt1hom
daf t1hom af 7 for f fb0 + or Cuago icago Mr l r Palmer willbo will wi11be
bo quite I buVv ImY palty this Dimmer lookinc lookincafter lookillgafterVorM lokimm1sDrills
for ill the thtWabash theVabnsh
Fair business hll illlSS
after afterVorM World s
afterabash Wabash W Wsistanl Railroad of o which he is as assistant a asistmt ¬
sistant gcnei gClef1 al passenger agent
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HIS TREAT
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Landlady What portion of the chicken would you like to have Mr New Newcomer Newcomer Newcomer ¬
comer
Mr Newcomer Oh the half of it will be ample thank you
Every Town Except Dnytom tinsA Has HasA Unsliar
A liar liarHPOII s ssponger
1 sponger spongerA HPOII I IAsmari
A Asmari 1 smart alec alecA alcCA
A girl gi rI who ho giggles gigglesA
A weather we lhCl prophet prophetA
A 1 neighborhood nli hhllhnlld fined fuedA ftH l lIIIIIttI
A 1 Milan ulio ht tattles tattlesA tall I s sA
A man vhoknovsilall vhoknovsilallA hok tall tallA
A 1 Jacksinian 1 Ck Oll ittI Democrat DemocratA IIlII < IUt IUtA 11A
A few ew more 111111 loafers loa rers than it needs needsA llCcdsAhoy
A Ahoy hoy who cuts up in church churchA
A 1 few ft meddlesome old I women
A 1 thing that stares at women womenA 0 111 CII CIIstolk
A stock law that is not enforced enforcedA
A widower tt icl VC1 er who ho is too gay for hisage his hibage hisagt
age ageA A 1 ft ftltbout few tv men mc m cii who ho make remarks remarksabout rcmarksahout
about women womenA womenCacho OlllenA
A 1 preacher l lto Cacho who thinks he ought oughtto i ito
to run the town townA tOWlIew
A few ew who kiln know how to run tintaflairs the theaffairs thpafTairs
affairs of the country countryA lountrygrown couuitr couuitrA
A grown young man who laughs laughsevery hnlghsemery lattghscrr
every timo he says anything anythingA g gA
A girl who goes got to the poslol1ie poslol1ieenr po tolltce tolltceevery
every enr time Ii Inc the mail mum 1 comes in inA inA ill illA
A score of men with the c8bO c8bOof caboose cabooseof cahOloC
of their I trousers t won smooth smool It asglass as asglas nsg1a
glass glassA
glasA
A man who grins when you talk talkand talkand talkamid
and laughs aloud after he ha has l said saidsomething saidsomething nic1SOIlHt
something somethingIt SOIlHt hi ng ngIt
It Was Summertime in Dixie Land LandAt Landt
At t present pr sent the biggest Song ong I Hit lit
in this country ountr was written
win Kendall and is i being sung sungsightly r un unnightlv ungnightl
nightlv in the th principal prillli pal theatres ami amimusic and andltIu amidrauisu
music ltIu it halls throughout h hIt this country countryIt
It i is such a great hit that the prelic pre predictions preditlion ¬
dictions lic iionA are fair Cairthat that a 1 million copies copiesof copiesof
of this song will be sold during duriiuIIHU duringI
IIHU IIHUIt I no 1 I
tIIItt tIIIttIt cnoacsIt
It was siiiiiiiiertiiiit < 1I1II1II rtillll in Dixie xvJuii t5ItII pli pliu IIItelllahrrd lIe lIehilIHrt <
telllahrrd u hi hilIHrt rvd soft and Iullo IulloThat low lowThat totehat
That hat sh she loved UK and amiId 1 Id d won 011 her har lmarttad harand 1IlrtllIt
and llIt hand handWlnn Imudh11 hand11h11
Wlnn h11 I kUsvd ki wl tcl till tin f rllirt fuinst ai re t lowr low r cvo vim cvogrown
im grown Va in Southern l howr howrIt ow r rIt
It wa u 11 as iinniiortiiii in Dixie ixilUixi Dixieland Dixielandoii loud hUIiIpI
Ikpm oii receipt pI of 25 2 > cent nis in post postage 1mostage
age stamps a copy of If this beautifu beautifusong heautiCulsong
song will be e mailed to any add address addressim lC1clnsin res resin ¬
in the Inited States = 1t1s by the Theutri Theutrical
cal Music 1 nsi Supply 811 ii pply Co n No lit I 1n Ii Wes Wes28th W 11es2Stii psI psI8th
28th street New ew Yt York YorkCapt + l k kalpt y yapt
Capt apt C C II Saucer requests tin tinGazetteNews I h hGazettcSews
GazetteNews Ci n etteNetvs ette Netvs Netvsbapk to announce that hi hibook hihook
book entitled Get There Samuel Samuelwill Samuclwill amrlelwill
will be from the press next week
I Republicans Out For Office OfficeThe OfficeTht Office1hr
The Republican I l e rubhcnut State Executiveolnnittt Executive ExecutiveComnutce ExecutieCOIHIIitllc
Comnutce met ll1 < t at mt Jacksonville JaeksonviIIcIues JaeksonviIIcIuestiny Tues Tuesday Tmsdny ¬
day and nominated the following followingcandidates folltHinglnlHlidales fullotvimn fullotvimncamditlnles
candidates for State ollices ollicesFor ol1ieesFor ollices1o
For Governor lovct nnrIlnu Hon M B Itllar Itllarfarlnne Mac Macfa Ia Iafm
fa farlnne farlnneSecttt8iy rl 1rm an e eSecretary t tStlnln
Secretary Stlnln of SuiteJohn F llorr llorrAttorney IlorrAttort 1lorrAttorney
Attorney Attort General Fred S Cub Cubbe Cubbe II IIbed
be bed rly rlyComptroller
Comptroller nllt pllOllcI J aIrctsw 1 L Skipper I SkipperTreasurer Ski P pcr pcrTnasullr
Treasurer Irctsw cr K l M 1 lirelsford BrelsforduperinleJtlent I rclsfordti
ti n erintentlcmtt of Public Instruc ¬
tlon tion tionW V + R It ONVil ONVilCommiNsioner OXeillommissiollcr O I IComnuiissiolmcr
CommiNsioner of Agriculture eJ eJS J JS
S Rowley RowleyRailroad HowleyHailroad RowleyRailroad
Railroad Commissioner ommis iollel 11 J JRitchie Jlitchit JIliteliiC
Ritchie RitchieJutice IliteliiCJustice litchitIustic
Justice of the Supreme Court ourt1i ourt1iB M MB L LB
B Sheppard 1 Associate Assx iate Justices J mt ilcs O 0S OS OS
S Farr C S Adams and E P Ax Axtell x xtell xtell
tell
County ollnty committees corn m ittees will be urged urgedto
to place local I tickets t in the tit field in inevery inecry inevery
every every county in the State and speak speakers sp ak akers ¬
ers cu s will be scat broadcast st through throughout ¬
out the State StateHi StutHI StateHigh <
Hi High > jn h School Notes otes
The s1h sophomore o pnna ur history class have havefinished hant
I Ik
finished t medehal history and are arenow areraw
I Inow
now taking tH k lUg up 11 l modern 111 lent I Ill history I IIstor The Theclass 11 h lie lieclass It Itdass I
class haH the largest 1argl t average num number mltmiliher ¬ I
her 1 of pupils of any any in the High HighSchool HighSchoul highSchool
School SchoolThe SchoulTlw Schoolfie
The sophomore re latin ml lin class are aI now nowtranslating nowllUslatillg nowtttuslating
translating CVsir asar They finished finishedthe
the tll Beginners n llc innel s Ltlin L1L f n Grammar G l I1t 111111 mmnar ar last lastJanuary lastJaluar lastJamuar
January Jaluar and since sins in then they have havedevoted haCdeoted havedevoted
devoted their time t to the transla trnslations translations translations ¬
tions of the th live li < 1 > f men m n of the th mid middle middie mitllie ¬
die ages agesThe agesThe agesFine
The base b1 < e ball season is on again againThe againThe againlint I
The High School inOCil has good material materialfor
hall hallthat Only Onlythat Onlyt
for a good b base team
for the thelack t1J t1J11k
that t they tit are ar handicapped
lack of a diamond we would sug suggest suggest singbet ¬
gest that some one start lart an athletic athleticfield nthlclifiell athleticfield
field for Daytona DaytonaThe
The sophomores tmmores are hard at worknon work worknow workIO
now IO in geometry gp nUt ry All II of the class classpassed classpIs
passed pIs 1 atssc1 d in the hnal examinations in inalgobra inalglbra
algobra Mr II Adams has divided dividedthe liyide1time
the I hI class dasstllt the Kris f rls against agai nst the boys boysAt boysAt
At t the t end of school he will an announce annOUlHe asamen ¬
amen nounce which tt side had the largest largestgeneral largestglIll1111
general average in in their work ork As Asthe s sthe
4
4the the girls are greatly in the majority majoritythev
the are confident of winning but
boys l say they will wi make nmkc the race racenteresting T
I
Compositions come every week in inthe intll ut utthe
the tll sophomore literature class They Theyhave Theyhanmade Theyhave
have hanmade made a marked improvement improvementin
in nr comjxmition ompo itin work this year year Dick Dickens Dilktn Dickens ¬
ens tn Tale of Two Cities Ci ties is nowbeing now nowbeing nowhling
being nvqjl r 1 by h the class and the thebook thehook thehook
hook has been pronounced pron unced by them themas
as a very en interesting interestingDeath
r
Death of Mrs J O Brown BrownThe BrownThe BrownThe
The 11111 many friends of Mr and Mrs MrsJ
J J 0 Brown in this city mourn the thedeath thecleat tinederide
death h of 1l Mrs I ry s Brown ll1 own which occur occurred oceurrell occurred ¬
red at Jaffa Palestine last week weekThe weekThe weekline
The following from the Times TimesRepublican TimesHepuhlicnn TimesRepublican
Republican of April 12 published publishedat
at Marshal lanhalltoII 11 own n In the Northernhome Northern Northernhome Northcrnhomo
home of ofllr Mr I r Brown gives gi n s all the theinformation t theinformation IJ IJinformation
information thus I II tJ far obtainable obtainableA
A 1 cablegram received re lived in thiscity this thiscity thislity
city at 00r B < O5 l5 > this morning sent from fromJaffa fromJaffa fromJaffa
Jaffa Palestine under todays late dateallllouuces lateannounces lateanunntces
announces the death of Mrs IR J r 0 0Hrown OBrown l lllrown
Brown one of the best known knownwomen knownOllltll knowntvomeu
women of Marshalltown n who with withher withher withher
her husband was a member of the thelar thelarhe thelai
lar larhe e party of delegates which left leftNew leftNl lefthew
New Nl York on March S to attendthe attend attendthe attendthe
the Worlds Fourth Sunda Sunday y School SchoolConvention SchoolConvention hool hoolCOIIentioll
Convention to be held at Jerusalem Jerusalemon
on the ISth19th 18th 19th and 20th inst No Noparticulars Koparticulars Noparticultrs
particulars of the deith are givenlarles given givenCharles givenhar1c5
Charles larles R Brown son of the de deceased deI deceased ¬
ceased to whom the cablegram was wassent wasInt wassent
I sent by his father presumed that thatdeath thntwas thatdeath
death was due to heart disease as asMrs nsI as11is
Mrs I rs Brown had shown symptoms symptomsof s m ptOIllS ptOIllSi
i of organic heart trouble for some Millei sometime
i time
The news of lIm Mrs I rs s Browns Bn Brott > WJIR ns death deathwill deathwill deathwill
will come as a severe blow to her hermany hermany herman
many man friends in this city and the thecounty timecounts thrCOUll
county COUll t y She had a wide acquain acquaintance lcq uai n ntanc ¬
tance resulting from a long residence resi residence residenec ¬
dence in Marshalltown and Iogan Logantownship Iogantownshi Iogantovuship
township townshi p Mrs J rs Brown has been in inusual illnl1al inusual
usual good health in recent years yearsand ears yearsamid earswcl
and at the time she left New ew York Yorkhad Yorkhad Yorkhad
had not experienced any amt difficulty difficultyfrom difiiu1t difiiu1tfrom 1ifhIeUltfront
from the t 11 < trouble t ron Ie that t ha t had been beenfeared hecnCtarcl beenfeared
feared as a complication of the fuUtre fu future future ¬
ture for some time The family had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not been in Marshalltown since No November Noemher November ¬
vember 1002 as it has been the thecustom thecuslom tinecustont
custom of Mr M l r and Mrs I rs Brown to tospend tospencl tospend
spend theirwinters their winters in Daytona Fla
where they owned a winter home homeList homeLast homeIast
List summer instead of returning returningto retlrrnin retlrrninto
to the city it they the spent their time in inCalifornia inI inCalifornia
I California and returned rein n ned to Daytona Daytonlast Daytonalast
last fall fallMrs fallIrs
Mrs Irs Annie nnic Negley Brown waborn wa watborn wahom s
born in Franklin county Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylania Iennsylvania ¬
vania March li IS ISI IS12 12 and was mar married marrirclnear umarvied ¬
vied rirclnear near Canton anton Iii on November Novembeili onmberI
li I 18IK5 1 Mr f r and Mrs I rs Brown cant canuto can1to cantto
to this count county in 1S71 I87 I and settled ii iiLogan ilLogan itLogan
Logan township on a farm three threemiles tlmmilcs
miles southwest of Vancleve The Themoved Tlwmolt1 limemovel
moved to this city it in 1XS2 l S2 = Mrs MrsBrown MrsBi rrt rrtBrown
Brown Bi omvn was as a prominent member o othe 0the othe
the Congregational church also oI o oFrank 0I
I Frank M 1 Thomas W R C No Xoi 9
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Molly Hill Happening HappeningMrs HappeningMsM
Mrs MsM Irg amt and Miss Ford Miss Fur Furman
m man m mi Mrs Irs Geo leo Harris Mrs Chas ChasHarris ChasHarris has hasIlarris
Harris and daughter dangh tr went wen t on the theCherokee theCherok theCherokee
Cherokee to Ponce Park and NeuSmyrna New Xc XcSmrna NewSimvrna
Smyrna on Wednesday Quite t uite a anumber aIHllIlbr anuurbcr
number from Daytona also took ad advantage admLg ulvantage
vantage mLg of the trip tripList tripLast tripLast
Last week the Cherokee carried a anumber aII anumber
number II um brr of pleasureseekers pleasu rseklrs toSmitl toSmitlcreek to SllIi Srnith Srnithcreek tIt tItereek
creek also up Bulow creek to toMessrs toMessrs 10Iessrs
Messrs Knox A Deeds beautiful or orange orange orange ¬
ange grove It was as a surprise to tomany tomany tomany
many to find so fine a grove in this thisvicinity thisitinil thisyicinity
vicinity itinil Many bought samples oftime o othe of ofthe
the oranges and all appreciated thecourtesy the thecourtesy thecourtesy
courtesy of Messrs Knox A l Heed in inallowing inalloying inal10wing
allowing picnicers the privilege of oflanding oflanding oflanding
landing and walking through their theirbeautiful theirhemtiCui theirbeautiful
beautiful grove There are many manytrees man mantrees manyt
trees still stillladcn laden with t fruit fruitMrs fruitfrs fruitMrs
Mrs frs Charles Harris returned from fromTallahassee fromTal1ahassee fromTallahassee
Tallahassee last ast week where she shehad shehacl shelad
had been visiting her father for over overa
a month monthThe monthfThe monthTime
The Cherokee will make a atrip atripon trip tripon
on Wednesday April 27 up Smith Smithcreek Smithcreek Smithcreek
creek and Bulow leaving Conrads Conradsdock ConrndBdocK Conradsdock
dock at 0 oclock calling at thebridges the thebridges thebridges
bridges 75c for the trip
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THE OLD SETTLERS PICRIC PICRICThirty PlCICThirty PICNICThirty i
Thirty Pioneers Gather oa the Beach Beachad Bellelid
ad Recite R lte R ReWscec laUcf cei s of ofthe 01the
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the Bygone Day DayWednesday DayVednesdny DaysWednesday
Wednesday y those who settled in inhis inthis j
i ithis
this motion between 1866 and 1880 1880verc 1880wcre 1880were
were invited to meet at the Langworthy Langworthy Lang Langvorthy
worthy cottage on the beach where whereklre whereMrs whereMrs
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Mrs D B Rogers her sister Mrs MrsWin MrRVm t tWm
Win B Maxon and daughter MrsC Mrs rrs rrsJ
J C A Van Duzer are staying stayingThey styingThc stayingThey
They Thc assembled to the number of ofibout ofabout ofabout
about thirty with their baskets of ofrovisions ofprovisions ofprovisions
provisions > rovisions The They came C 1me in hacks liacksautomobiles hncksautoinobiles hacksautomobiles
automobiles carriages wheelchairs wheelchairsand
and on tricycles tric1e and bicycles hicydesquite hicydesquiten quite quitei
n i contrast t to their r first Ii lHt meeting m ting on onhe o1the I II
he I l beach > when w hcn they tho crossed the theriver thoriver timeriver
river in row boats and walked along alongthe i
the narrow trail carrying their pro provisions provisions ¬ i i18IOnA
visions 18IOnA even water for refreshment refreshmentThe
The time till noon and after was wasspent waRspent x a aspent
spent in reminiscences of the past pastas pm t tas i ias
as compared with the past In the theearly theearly r rearly
early days there was one little cot cottage cottapc ¬ t tage
age on the peninsula built by the theDitmars theDitmars theDitmars
Ditmars from wreckage picked up upon upon a P Pon
on the beach Today the peninsula peninsulais v vis
is covered with cottages and hotels hotelssome hotelssome hotelssome
some of o f them the most elaborate on onthe 011the h i ithe
the East Coast of Florida luri a Then the theonly theonl
Q l lonly
only onl means of crossing the river riverfrom riverfrom f ffrom
from Daytona was by b row boats and andsailboats andsailhoatsnow M Msailboatsnow +
sailboats sailhoatsnow now there are three sub substantial 8uhtantial ¬ S Sstantial
stantial bridges with autos car carriages carriages ¬ 9J t triafi
riages riafi es and and bicycles crossing contin continually continnail contincall ¬
ually nail and launches by the score scoreplying scoreplying scoreon
plying plyingJackson on the river Mrs rs William WilliamJackson VilliamJackson
Jackson spoke of settling at Ponce PoncePark PoncePark t tPark
Park then called Port Orange Orangewhere Orangewhere Orangewhere
t
where her father the Into John Maley Ma Maley Maley
ley conducted a saw mill and could couldnot tm tmriot
not get away because there was no nomoney nomoney nomoney
money to go with People wanted wantedlumber wantedlumher f flumber
lumber but had no money with withwhich withwhich 1 t kr krwldclt
which to pay for it itMrs itrr8
Mrs rr8 I Laurence Iaurence1ltoni aurencc Thompson son referred referredto 1 1a
to a former b race picnic at Capt C II IISjxMicers IISpencers IIpharl
Spencers Spencerswere place pharl where the visitors visitorswore
L
wore re all obliged b to stay over night nighton
on account of a storm stormthe the ladies ladiessleeping ladiesslpping ladiessleeping
sleeping up stairs and the gentle gentlemen ¬ t tlinen
men camping below belowMrs helowIrs l lMrs
Mrs Irs John Maley Malespoke fale spoke of a timo timobetweeif timohetweelf timelettveeI t
k kout
betweeif schooners when flour ran ranout ranout
out and meal was used I d in its stead steadFor steadFor steadFor
For the meal mea settlers were obliged obligedto
to pa pay Swift slfi 115 11 per barrel and andthought andthought andthought +
thought they were fortunate to get getit l 1 1m
it at that thatThe thatThe tp m t the thetp I
t and andplants
The men in the party had their theirstories theirstories
stories to tell telll tellbut but > ut the ones recited recitedby plants
1 ter
by h Dr I r Dayton Da tou J N Russell and E EN EW EN11aldroam f
N Waldron W aId roll were so long = that they theywill theywill y ytt the theectrl 1
will tt ill not do to repeat herehose here hereThose heroThose
Those who leathered at the picnic picnicWednesday picnic11elnesla
Wednesday W c < 1ntsday were wereMrn wereI ectrl eCtf1Irp
Mrn I JIm J Maley Mrn I 1rt rll Coleman Mrs MrsWin AI Mrs1Vmincknon nI nIWill
Win 1Vmincknon Jnckrion Mm lrH A AS S Wilkinson Mrs MrsE S
E F C WuMron Mr lrJ > 4 1 D B UAufttin Austin Mm MmW r t l lw
1111 W W Austin Men 1 II Ilogent Mr Mranil MrulIII Mrand
anil Mr tn l n Lmnv I oi arse r Tliompnon 11111111 I lHon Mr and andMrs T1 T1trll
Mrs Frank Whit 11 hits Mr tr uini Mm D D DMMS p i tt tt1t01frH LArs
1t01frH lies Iii MulNl lttK KogtT + rs Major J N I
KiiKMll ItUt 1 A 1 C C Cor Corp oriM > > and Mr f r i iMr
Mr I r mid Mrs M N Hcorgc teorge F Smith Mr and andMTH Rndlrl4 p
3 rl CY
Mrs W I II KdinoiidHon Mrs tnJ Charles CharlenOorjM CharlesCur > fI fICllqW +
OorjM Cur w Mrn Mr11 J J A Van luur luz > r Mrs Wm WmH +
H MHXOII Minn I holM Amanda Kane Mrs MrsSiliw M MrsStlmtut NI NIiluti
Siliw iluti tohnmn tohnmnThe oltulII1The
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The Halifax Rifles Inspected InspectedAdjutantGeneral Inspectedlc1juttlllGneml e R RAlJatilttenertl
AdjutantGeneral J J Clifford R RFoster It ItFottr RFoster
Foster and LieutenantColonel Stev Stevens Stcens ¬ M r relms
ens T I Norvell of the United C nitc States StatesArmy State8rIlY 7 71rmt °
Army 1rmt rIlY retired inspected the Halifax HalifaxRifles HalifaxHines Halifaxilifltes
Rifles at the Armory Arnmor rltlor last Saturday Saturdayevening Saturda SaturdatcJllng Saturdaevening
evening eveningAbout evening tcJllngAhout i 1i 1iA 1iAbout A
About thirty men were in line linewhich linewhich t twhidl
which was a good showing consider considering eonsidering ¬ t ting
ing that at this time of the year ear a agreat ngreat agreat
great number of young men seek seekpositions seekpositions I Ipositions
positions in other cities citiesThe citiesl itic iticThe
The l lie Armory rmorv was crowded with withcitizens withitizcns withcitizens
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citizens and all seemed greatly in interested interltccl intereted ¬
terested and shared in in the pride of ofthe ofthe tx txt
the t company companyCompany COIIl pany panyCompany i
Company K made as good a show showing ahowing showing ¬ tin
ing as a any an company in the State in inall inall inall
I
all except number numberAfter nllmherACter numberAfter
1 1public F
After the inspection was waeDyer over the thepublic theI
I public indulged in a social dance danceas
as guests of the company At 12 12oclock a b bY boclock
loclock oclock the dancers departed da rted for fortheir fortheir fortheir Y
their homes delighted with the en entertainment cnt entertaitimemlt ¬
tertainment t
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