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ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS DOLLARSFOR DOLLARSfOR DOLLARSI
I FOR CITY ROAD ROADCommodore fUND fUNDCommodore FUNDCommodore
Commodore Burgoyne Gives the Editor of the th Daily DailyNews DailyNews DailyNews
News a Check for One Thousand Dollars DollarsToward DollarsToward DollarsToward
Toward the City Road Fund
The City Road Fund is exhausted exhaustedsaid
said the Daily News a few days ago agoen agoen
en the authority of Alderman Mills MillsThe MillsThe MillsThe
The city streets are in vile condi condition condition condition
tion
Now is our chance to mend the thestreets thestreets thestreets
streets streetsThe streetsThe
The Daily News has a check for
100000 conditioned on raising 4
00000 additional actually paid in by byprivate byprivate byprivate
private subscription by the time the theDally theDally theDaily
Dally News goes to press Friday Dec December Deeember December
ember 31st 31stOur 31stOur 31stOur
Our people who like Paul of Tarsus Tarsuswant Tarsuswant Tarsuswant
want to be accounted Citizens CitizensTOE CitizensTOE CitizensiiIiiiii i
TOE iiIiiiii COUNT WAS fURIOUS fURIOUSWUEN R1OllS
WUEN TOE SHIP LEfT IfflAND LEfTAND 1 1AND
AND DIDNT TAKE HIM WITH IT ITSENT ITSENT ITSENT
SENT WIRELESS MESSAGE MESSAGEFOR
FOR HIS BAGGAGE TO BE PUT PUTIN PUTIN PUTIN
IN DORY AND SET ADRIFT ADRIFTKNOWN ADRIFTKNOWN ADRIFTKNOWN
KNOWN IN DAYTONA DAYTONATo
uTo To S S Amerika AmerikaPut AmerikaPut
Put my baggage in dory and set setadrift setRlrift setaIrift
adrift We will pick it up Are Aretwo Aretwo Aretwo
two huors behind you youCount youCount youCount
Count Rasponi RasponiOn
On board S S iierlin iserlinThis iierlinThis erlinThis
This was the wireless message messagesent mcssagesent messagesent
sent from the liner Berlin to the theAmerika theAmerika theAmerika i
Amerika just after the former sailed sailedTuesday sailedTuesday sailedTuesday
Tuesday and this was the reason reasonsays reasonsays reasonsays
says the New York World WorldCount WorldCount VorIdCount
Count Ilasponi and his bride who tvhoI whowas whovas y
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vas Miss 3ii > s Caroline Montague Ii onta u a south southern southem oIllItern ¬
ern em n beauty had planned to sail on onthe onthe onthe i
the America for their honeymoon honeymoonabroad honeymoonbroad honeymoonabroad i
abroad The count had figured that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they couldeach could reach the pier lier in n lioboke liobokefrom lioho1cnfrom liobolcenfrom
from the Waldorf in half hour but a aferry aferry aferry 1
ferry delay held them up and an thy diarymissed thymissed thymissed
missed the steamer by thr tiuoe l minutes minutesThe HiinuteThe miinatesThe
The count was greatly excited 1 He Herushed lierushed le lerushed
rushed up and down the pier throw throwing throwing throwing ¬
ing his arms over his head in despairand eslmirand
and demanding that somebodydo some13o yd soin sointhing somthing 50111thing
thing he didnt care what whatCall whatCall whatCall
Call the steamer back he de deinanded tieInauded e eman
inanded man e All our baggage is on onboard onboar onboard
board Call it back Flow Ho can we weget weget webet
get to Europe EuropeAnd EuropeAnd EuropeAnd
And the bride with American cairn cairnresponded calmresponded cairnr0S1OUded
responded respondedWhy respondedWhy r0S1OUded1Vhy
Why we will take another steam steame stelm stelme
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It was discovered that the Berlin Berlinwould l1erliawould Berlinwould
would sail from her dock a block a auay avay ata
uay ta ay in two t o hours so the count and ardcountess andcountess andcountess
countess each carrying a suit case casewalked casealked casewalked
walked the block and seer secured red passage passageBut > assat assatBut assagiBut < L
But a trip to Europe without baggage baggageis aggagt aggagti
is i not to be e thought of What wj Wlto was wasto s sto
to be done Then some brilliant mind 111111evolved mindevolved mindcvolved
evolved this plan planSend planSend planSend
Send a wireless message to till tnoAmerika tillAmerika taeAmerika
Amerika and tell them to put the thebaggage thebaggage thebaggage o
baggage in a boat and set it adrift adriftWe adriftVe adriftWe
We Ve are only onl two hours behind and caleasily careasily
easily pick it up upThis upThis upThis
This was done but whether the thecaptain thecaptain thecaptain Q
captain of the America consented to torisk torisk torisk
risk the loss of a boat in order to toIovide toovide toL
Iovide L ovide the countess with gowns on onthe onthe onthe
the trip remains to be seen seenThe seenThe seenThe
The Responis were married in Chat Chatanooga Chatsnooga Chatanooga
anooga Oct 27th They have been beentouring beentouring beentouring
touring this country since and are nowbGund no nobcund
bound for Northern Europe They ex expect exect expect ¬
pect ect to reach Florence in the sprinand springand
and will make their home thereThe there thereThe thereThe
The Count and Countess Responi Responiwere Responiwere Responiwere
were in Daytona Da tona a few weeks ago atthe a athe
the Howard House and left after aY a aVst
Vst v sit of several days for Cuba CubaADDITION CubaADDITION CubaADDITION
ADDITION AT THE TII EXPRESS EXPRESSOFFICE EXPRESSOfflCf PRSS
OFFICE IS COMPLETED COMPLETEDThe J 1 1The
The addition to ths th Southern ex express exprcss express t ¬
press office was completed last wtft wtftand wttland Hdan 1
and an the large entrance is mm at the ilujextreme lhtextreme theextreme v >
extreme south end of the depot depotwhile tillOtwhile trpo trpowhile t
while the smaller doors giving entrance en entrance eutrance i ¬
trance to the delivery counters ai aijust art artjust artjust
just south of the baggage room roomThe rOOIllThe
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t The interior arrangements alTaI1 el1lints hat hatbeen ha < tcen
been cen changed and all the availabu availabuspace nailahkI e espace
space used to tIlt best i t advantage advantageA a < lallla t tcounter e
I A counter extends true tilt eas eastto easto easto si
to the west doors over which whichthe whicht whichtime l
t the business for the office istransacted is istransacted i itransacted
transacted while the safe ami aIrl desk deskroom thskroom deskroom k
room has been enclosed on the east eastside eastside eastside > t
side leaving the main floor spacefor spacefor
for the storage of packages packagesI
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11eLmI Dc I hAil tn st DN shall rogc h all b bt tb1itn tuat all a Liiildln buiJdtllg8 S 6 tt t ti thc at City CihtY
rsR numbered nu ubercd II
tY 1 > of Nuiernlx V ll r of this within thirty das
8 vAlriLJe VAK OLRII notace UlltJt > t 4I nIt t
I I of < no mean city now have an oppor opport opportunity
1 tunity to show their civic spirit spiriti spiritOur
i I Our streets are rottenOur rotten rottenOur rotteni
i Our streets are a disgrace to acivilized a acivilized acivilized
civilized community communityCall
Call Commodore Burgoynes bluffFive bluff bluffFive bluffFive
j Five thousand dollars will be am ami ampie ampie
i I am ampre
pie preSend
Send in your checks not pomises pomisespayable pomisespayable pomisespayable
payable to the DailyNews DailyNewsIf
If the full amount is not raised by thetime the thetime thetime
time specified the amount of your yoursubscription yoursubscription yoursubscription
subscription will be promptly re returned retLrned retrned
turned tLrnedStrike trnedStrike
Strike while the iron is hot hotRATS hotRATS hotRATS
RATS CUT LEAD PIPE IN INORDER INORDER
ORDER TO GET AT WATER WATERW
I W V B Chittendeu of North Ridge Kidgeuool Ridgetooi
uool avenue receitiy re c1tiy had an exper experi
i fence ICe Ie witli rats wnici demonstrated demonstratedi demonsr < lted ltedtiC
i i ithe the instinct or o intelligence iut iigence of these thesei
I l Il i ro > nts and a t u at the same s me time cost costhim costI costhim costhim
him a plumpers 1iuuii erS billOn bill billOn
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On using the bathtub on their re rei return
i i turn from the north it was found that thati thatinstead
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i instead of passing off as it should shouldi shouldthe shouldthe
i the water was escaping under the timeflooring theflooring thefloOling
flooring flooringAn
An examination was made and itwas it itwas itI itwas
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was found tha tthe rats had cut the tholo thelead
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lead lo d pipe of the trap in several senralI senralllaces severalplaces
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1 places to get at the water it contain contained ¬
ed e each time cutting above and hot Hotwjo notitil
nt wjo tno li i1 eaitr ai tt r line but lut loiiUillit
it v ith a series of openings as a it se seteded r rel
oeded el ed Of course when the water ws wsrleased was1iidSd < 5 5rom
rleased ftoitt rom the tub it escajed ese es ltli t at atthese atthee atthese
these openings openingsThe ollcllingsThe
The i Ile marks of sharp teeth are plain plainly ¬
ly 1 bible v j ible in the pipe u hicn h li1 had been beeny i
as neatly cut as though it were paste IJtteoar pasteboard
board boardALL oar oarALL
ALL THAT GLITTERS IS NOTI NOT NOTGOLD
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GOLD AGAIN PROVES TRUE TRUEW
W 1 F Rotzien proprietor p of the thepalmetto thepalmetto
palmetto brush factory on Orange Oran e is island island islan0 ¬
land lan0 in th north end of the th city re revently reI recentIy
I vently mad a discovery d coelY which setliiitl set sethim sethim
him to building buidin castles in the air airgrander airgralltk aiiglt1ldel
grander l and Hurt tXt extejisivo tiSlVe than e eei ey eyen eVen
en those occasioned otaio led by b some newer lhweri
i use of the palmetto p with which he is isconstantly i iCOlstantIy iscoistathtly
constantly experimenting and of whic whiconly whiconl wiliei
i i only onl the th smoke now no escapes him hililThe
I The family own a flock of ducks ducsswhieil duckswhich ducKswhich
which make a practice of feeding alon alonthe alonI 11011the
I the shell s lell beds in the river not far farfrom farI far1tOlll
I from the house and recently rcc ntly i vhxii vhxiisonic irhdiI lac it itI I
I some of these t wse ducks were killed for forhome fori r
i 1 1hionle home iome t consumption their gizards weretOnilll were werefound wtreI
found to be literally filled with ith parti partiJes partiI
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cis des < of gold or what wIt appeared appeal ul such suchsome suchSOllle
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some of the nuggets being as large largeas
I as number four shot shotj
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ji i j i Mr 4i r Rotzien showed some of o this thisgold
i gold to several parties in the city a ai aDailyXcs
i lUilyXews representative among them themand themand tlletuand II
and all were impressed with its resemnblance re resemblance rcII
semblance S to that yellow metal for forwhich forwhich forwhich
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which men lose their lives and sell sellj selltheir 1
j I their very souls soulso soulsVet
Vet Cave who had had some ex experience exlerience ¬
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perience with gold in its natural state statethought statethought statethought
thought it Illight be gold but thought thoughtit
it felt a trifle light in weight weightA
A sample was taken to L H Rowe RoweCo RoweCo RoweC
C Co jewelers who pronounced it itgold itgold itgold
gold to all appearance but upon put putting putting putting ¬
ting it to the acid test it failed to tocome tocome tocome
come up to the expectations of its itsdiscoverer itsdiscoverer itsdiscoverer
discoverer and those with whom he hehad hehad hehad
had shared the secret What the sub substance substance
stance is remains unknown unknownMr
Mr 11 Rotzien took his disappointmen disappointmenquietly
I quietly consoling himself with the thefact thefact thefact
fact that he has lately discovered discoveredthat
that a broom can be made from the theleaf theleaf
leaf of the palmetto far superior to tothat tothat
that from broom corn and he feels feelssure feelsI
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sure that it will revolutionize the man manufacture manufacture manufacture ¬
I ufacture of brooms throughout the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country countryPOSSIBLY
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POSSIBLY SOMEONE KNOWS KNOWSt KNOWSWHAT KNOWSWHAT KNOWSWHAT
WHAT THIS MAY M Y MEAN MEANThe MEANThe
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The following request taken from fromthe frontthe
the Boston Globe may be explainable explainablev
by some Bostonian residing or sojourn sojournt
Ig b ig in this city cityhREQ cityitEQUESTS
hREQ REQUESTS REQUESTSDear ESTS ESTSDear
Dear Daytona Fla FlaI I shall be great greatly rpat rpatly
ly pleased if you will send me Home Homematers Homematers llonlenaters
maters Cottage pudding Received Receiveda
a l Daytona Fla postcard a few weeks WCLksago weeksago
ago Instantly my thoughts flew fIe to toour toour
our Globe Daytona Fla
Waverlev Lily LilyT
T F Williams lliams came over from fromSanford frontSanford
Sanford to visit with his family on onOrange onOrange
Orange avenue Sunday returning to tohis tohis tohis
his business Monday morning morning1iJ morningapnutL
apnutL PlcqJ + OCif OCifWe
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prPfoi eJ < reJ ctz
1 = Dot Iru tie of 1pre o + e h e t J 1 >
fIRE WIPES OUT THE THEHEART TU TUUfART
HEART OF COLORED TOWN TOWNSEVERAL TOWNSEVERAL TORNSEVERAL
SEVERAL BUILDINGS DESTROYED DESTROYEDBY
BY EARLY MORNING BLAZE BLAZEFIRE BLAZEFIRE
FIRE DEPARTMENT DOES GOODWORK GOOD GOODWORK GOODWO
WORK WORKFire WO WORKFire RK RKFire
Fire in Midway Tuesday morgnin de destroyed destroyed destroyed ¬
stroyed property pr perty approximating in inmlue invalue
value about 20000 20000A 0000A
A little after half past two oclock oclockin
in the morning G M Gunn assistant assistantengineer assistantengineer assistantengineer
engineer at the electric plant stepped steppedout
out of doors and noticed a glare glareof
of light to the northward in the col colT colored
T
ored d settlement j Jf j 1 > t Midway whichcaused whichcaused which Yhichcaused
caused him to senll seT se a man to the up upper upper
per story to investigate invttigate inv tigate This man manat manat manat
at once repvt reI rte tedf it to o be a fire and andthe andthe andthe
the alarm sisuawas si la t was immediately giv given ghoen given
en at about y uty minutes cff < three threeA threA <
A second all alrain was given gi ven a few mo moments moments moments ¬
ments later laterThe iaterThe laterThe
The fire proved to be in the store storebuilding storebuilding storebuilding
building of S W Duncan on the nort nurtside nortside nortside
side of Second avenue a short dis dislance dlstance distancwe
lance tancwe vest st 1 > t of the railroad It was wasdiscovered w wasdiscovered is istliscored
discovered by JY J J L Cduin who conducted con conducted COIIducted ¬
ducted a meat market adjoining on onthe Oilthe onthe
the west and for perhaps per laps five min snittiles minutes minutes ¬
utes Mr 11 Odum and Abe Smith SmithI s scolored
I colored man were the only persons personspiesent pelonsIreslut personspreSeilt
piesent They were surprised sarlris d by bylite byI iy iythe
I the promptness cf the aurm t ar1l1 aiter aitertheir afttrtheir ta < r rj
j j their cry of fire not knowing that thatj thatthe
j I the fire had Leen le < a seen from the theelectric theelectric theelectric
electric light plant pianti
1 i The fire company was qukkly ILJi kiy 01 0 ti tiscene tiseem tii
i i scene considering the muddy comh comhlion con conlioa COIdUoa
lion of o the street from the pieieiini pieieiinidays IHenJlilas piece fii fiidays
days as rain and did excellent workeonfinin work workconfining workOlfining
I confining eonfinin the fire to four buildings in inthe inthe
the immediate vicinity of the Duncan Duncanplace Duncanplace DuncanPlace
place These buildings were in ad addition a adition addition
dition to Duncans the J L Oduuis Oduuismarket O UUl UUlmarket s smarket
market Dr D T Straughans drugstore drug drugstore dru drustore
store and the Baptist church the lat latter latter latter ¬
ter on the south side of the streetAll street streetAll streetAll
All were property of colored people peoplewith peoplewith peoplewith
with the exception of the Odum mark market
et
I Xo o insurance seems to have ha been beeni
j i I I carried on the church but Duncan ha hai5t haI hatJOO
i5t i tii tJOO > r > 00 l with Dingham Thompson art artli00 a I Ij lIO
j I 100 IO with Conrad 4c Gates while whilet bile bilein
in t Straughau carried 3 11 l 00 < nil hie hiedrug hi hidrug i idru
drug dru store with the V 1 M l SJumner Shtiinerigcacy SJumneragency 5ha1 ltr ltrI
I agency and Odum O UIll jIOOii 100 on his acts nutiket lllt llltI
et t with i h the Bingham x ac TioniiaOii C iOllllOil ahl a acnc
I I gency gencyThree cnc cncI e hl ey
j I Three iuet e hose carts were Wel taken to the thescene tiltI thescene
scene of 01 the th fire and five or six laps lapswere laliscre tapswere
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were cre made for waterFire water i
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Fire Chief Titus insists that the thepressure theI
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I i pressure was not given g eu prompt InowllIy amt amti I
i tItt Itt at one time t me the t I Ie water failed Wi t U Ui t fac facptrrod 0 0I
1 I I period peno 1 of at least I east several seera ililn1L mi ililn1Li nut nutfie t tIIc
fie i Ie says there was not for foree e enough tnotl enoughto h hw
io break bn ak the windows of thedmrcii1 thedmrcii1I
I I and that after unsuccessful trying lie liehad h IIhad
had to stiul a negio toopen rhetii ani aniI andthat
I I that part ut of the t lc time the water cu1I coal coalbe COll COllHot
I Hot be thrown over the buiidings i i I j jI
I On the other hand Geo CeoA A Main Jlaimmjeinteldellt Mainipenneulent ain ainuperimeHlent
ipenneulent and engineer at the thewater tit titwater thet
1 t j water works says that t t the th puui pump l lwere c cwere
were started piompui IJt lIIiY at the th iu fi iii > ti t iilarm talarm
i alarm and 1Hl were 10 kpt k Ilt going steadilwith steadily j jwith jwith
with the exception of a few c mon nionenta nionentacessation mt mtes > ta
cessation es > uiou at about u minutes m nuts of oi4vf oi 4ln 4lnSO it ito +
so o slight that t lat it was as not recorded on onthe 01the ons onisle
the card of the automatic register Tile Tiiopumps TIl TIlInlIllIS Tilell 1
s
ll pumps mIs were em giving 710 7 O gallons per pertank pertmli perttiik
tank was full at all times More iol Ares prcssure pressure Aressure
sure ilr 11 Main says could 1 have been beensecured beenscemel beensecured
secured by In the use u ueo e of fewer streams streamst streamsfrom
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from th tHc hydrants hydrantsII 1 I Ivan
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A party consisting of Mr rr and Mrs MrsJ lrs lrsJ
J M I Geo1 Geo1Humphrey 1 i iHIHlvhrcy
Cloat and daughter Mrs lrs Ceo Ceoiltzivphrey
Humphrey and mother inlaw Mrs hs hsJ
A 1 J Humphrey of Waterloo at > rloo who whowere tvhowere
were at the Howard a few days have haveestablished ha hareeestablished n f I i iestablished
established themselves in one of they thejG tlw tlwJ
J G Brown cottages on Ridgewood Ridgewoodavenue Ridge RidgewootIl wood woodavenue j
avenue for the season Mr 1 11 Cloat is ispresident ispresident mspresident
president of the Citizens Bank of ofWaterl ofI I Irl
Waterl I rl o j i I
ZOBERJAYS HE WANTS WANTSTO i ifr
fr TO + TO BE DAYTONAS MAYOR MAYORSOME MAYORI h I
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SOME OTHERS TOO HAVE THE I 1I 1BEE II iBEE
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j BEE BUZZING IN THEIR TH IR BONJ BON BONjI BONNETS
i I I INETS INETS
NETS j Il1
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I I M H Zuber wants to be mayor of ofthe ofI ofthe ofthe
the City of Daytona and he says he heis
is going to land the plum and preserve preserveit
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1t it Zuber was for a term or twocity two twocity twocity
city marshal and for the last lastor year yearl yearlor i ilor
lor I or so has been sanitary inspector inspectorAlderman inspectorI
I II Alderman Simon Heymann says saysthere says saysI saysthere j
i there was a time when he had as asi aspirations aspirations
i pirations for an easy seat in the City j iHall
t i iHall
Hall at 400 per and perquisites but butthat butt buti butthat t
1 i that he has lately changed his mind mindI i ij ii
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I Some of his friends however still at atver a aer aver
ver er that lie may become a candidate candidateMr
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Mr Heymann is a retired business businessman
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man manThat m I Ilhat IThat
That the present incumbent incum ent a E W WGreene j ji iGreene
i Greene will be a candidate to suc sueceed succeed sucteed
ceed himself is generally understood understoodalthough understoodatliough understoodlttiougb
although he has not yet declared himself him himself himI ¬
self 1 > lf to the Daily NewslC News NewsThe Newsrhe
The lC name of E 1 T 1 Conrad has been beenmentioned beenm beenutentioaed
mentioned m as a poMiMo pO 3iI candidate but butMr butr butdr
Mr r Conrad stated to the Daily Dai y News Xexvsyesterda i iye it iestertIl
yesterda ye tertla evening that he 1e is not evenconsidering even evenconsidering en ll f fcOllsitering t
considering becoming LClomil g a candidate candidateltuige eandi att attJ j jJudge
Judge J ude Henry T I Titus is thinking thinkingseriousi tltiiikiigseriausiy t tseriousiy
seriausiy seriousi of eiiunng the th flee n fur all allv aIrihh alerltih
v erltih ihh h ch 1 by the way wa takes place In IVb IVbrtury FdruUY I ib ibr
rtury rut r and he says Smyto that if he rt n decd tle 7 s sto sto
to enter the running t iJat the others cuierswill Ct otherswill ltrs ltrswiH
will have to get a move on and he liestmony het heirou
t blsoiiiiv irou iy of the oplioa ojlti ttil that h 11t < car careasily wall walleitshy U Uta
easily ta iiy outrun my oi of the present men nienMr mentionlUils mne11tiouabics
tionlUils l1 Mr ii L r Titus holds the office officeof office officeof I Io
of o Justice Just le of the t le iVuce lt at and is one oneo
0 the owners of u the Crystal Theatre TheatreThere The ThcatreThere ure ureTIl
There TIl re may be other dark horses to toyet toyet toyet
yet enter the race j jII I ITUE
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II m SAILOR IS ISPfRPfIUA i iPERPETUATED i 1
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PERPETUATED TfD BY PICTURE PICTUREB PICTUREI 1 1E I
E J Mills has on exhibition in the thev I Iow
v atow ow of his hi cafe fe an excellent excelI nt it itKOluction noproJtHtion rejnoduction
KOluction in oil by Mrs Irs W V W V Car Carter Cartel Carter
ter of his sand sailor as it appear appearwhen appeanwhen appeared appearedwiielt <
when he made his interesting exhibi exhibition exhiIJition exhibition ¬
tion on tiie th beach with it some four 01 01iie Qlfi orit
fi iie eye vt t us tr is uiio a l = o I U and sailor sailorilt sailortranl it s sii >
ilt ii tranl aid Ihiamikansiy luaiu > tiijij u damaged by un unko unkW miltkmititn
ko kmititn > Mi U p pirt1 tilieb anti dilt < never n t rebuilt oy bylr Mr MrMilis MrBliss
Bliss Wi but he had always cherished cherishedlie
Ult lie memory of ins l1i stniiise craft and andi
I t a has las it perpetuated I > ia iii minis il s at attractive att attractive
t tractive ladi e form formDISTILLED i
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DISTILLED l WATER TO BE BEAT USfD USfDA I h hl hJ
AT A T DAYTONA BOTTIIIIBKS BOTTIIIIBKSlien BOTTLING J t tlen WORKS WORKSBea
lien Livingston has put in a distil distilitlj distillug distilg
tlj lug apparatus < tlJpar nus at Ute Ua LJaiot D lona uia i utUn 1ott1inol o thiii thiiivcorks
vcorks orks ol s awl im hreafier hrta lt r only distilled di i1 ed v t1Fr vrr L LtP
tP rr will be used lise in inth the i le manuuar manufamaof manuuarof lliam ttar ttarof
of the various p IHLdudS vdiKM < of iie aks aksmetal > > ks ksi kjmetal
i metal cov Cove ivil d 1 ad > ddid < jiuoi µ it oa a was n IM IMttl liin hutin
in t the < > Iv t r im L lil u G i I li 1 ilS 115i tisis
ib i located joc < te tit lhlvi Loie i 11 t ti Ma t a abarre t i site sitebarrel u o obarrel
barrel eopvr COl r uaux r < Z > artmil artmilwhicli r O i iwlikh lwhkh
wlikh the th art arttjfivtj artciufreeing sa x < s sfreeing 1 1Treeing
freeing ic i oi ti uiagiu ruagaa site bch a tsd 1 h 1 sai saistances < io j jtallces
stances amid auauiri aUf adiin dig iO o io t ti i c u and andkeepingqualittes tldkeeping 1 1keeping
keeping keepingqualittes qualities qU llitis cf < i ih > 1 r y litio litioing ntclug k kiug
lug soft drink t ri u i iitith iitithst01h iViir iViirston i istUll
ston
Mrs M J Molms loIm s has h s rc rc < Ivi rl d dv jword dHord
v word ord that lat irs 1 A M 1 Ktnn Hi iii 1 u omanelt t ri ritaanea > 1 1manca
taanea X Y has crossed the t Gt h hcrlaad < s sderland
ticrland Irs north will be 1 remeiu remeiubtred relUtmJ
btred b J red by old residents of Daytona Daytonahaving Daytonahaving
built a home onRidgewood av a al11ue avenue
iiue < which was afterwards s purchased
Iy Dr II II Seelye She leaves lea s a agranddaugimter t tgrand
granddaughter grand aughter Miss Emma Yirk and andi
rl i soninlaw Ward York conductor conductoron I
on the F E C Ry to mourn mou n her de d dmise demuise
mise
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