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During the Thunder Storm of Last LastSaturday
Saturday Small SmollCycione Cyclone Cut Path PathThrough PathThrough i it iThrough
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Through Center of Town TownLast TownIast TownLast
Last Saturday morning opened with a adrizzling adrizzling j jdrizzling I
drizzling rain which steadily increased increaseduntil increaseduntillt increaseduntil i
until untillt it was a regular downpour and at atabout atabout atabout
about half past eight roeidents of Holly HollyHill HollyHill HollyHill
Hill at various points noticed to black blackclouds blackclouds i iclouds
clouds approaching each otherlft other tarapid tarapidrate t a rapid rapidrate i I Irate
rate one coming from tlte tJ Mouth outh the theother theother I
other from the east TneyVpushed Tiley ushe to together together together ¬
gether in the southwest al a instantly instantlyformed instantlyformed instantlyformed
formed a cyclone which cut a path pathdiagonally pathdiagonally pathdiagonally
diagonally through the incorporation incorporationfrom incorporationfromouthwest l
from fromouthwest outhwest to northeast the center centerof
of the funnelshaped cloud plunging plunginginto
into thejiver thef the river er near the Holly Hill post postoffice postofl postoffice
office ofl ee Most of the damage was done at atthis atthis atthis
this point and southward to I M 1 Mab Mabbettes labbettes j jbettes
bettes on the river front West of ofFront ofFront ofFront
Front street there seems to have been beenpractically beenpraetical1y beenpractically
practically no damage to houses al although although although ¬
though in some cases outbuildings and
fences were overturned and much tim timber timber ¬
ber broken off Bert Heacocks cottage cottageon
on the Daytona avenue frontage of W WH WH f fH
H Edmondsons property was lifted liftedfrom liftedfrom
from the foundation and carried several severalfeet severalfeet severalfeet I
feet westward with Mrs Irs Heacock and andlittle andlittle I I II
little daughter in it at the tine tiltOn thieOn j jOn
On the river front to the south the thefirst thefirst
i ifirst
first house that sustained damage was wasthat wasthat wasthat
that of I M Mabbette where some somelarge I Ilarge i ilarge
large forest trees standing near the thehouse thehouse i ihouse
house were blown againrt the building buildiugsomewhat buildingsomewhat bUilding1 bUilding1somewhat
somewhat damaging the roof and doing I Iother Iother Iother
other minor injury The milk house housetvas j jwas Iwas
was also blown down The brick chim chimney chimney ¬ i iey
ney ey on this house is still standing al although although ¬
though a hundred pound block of con concrete concrete concrete ¬
crete was lifted from its top and hurled hurledinto hurledinto I
into the back yard yardNext yardNext i iXext
Next on the north to suffer was the theresidence theresidence I Iresidence
residence of W II Edmondson where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the roof on the south side of the house housewas housewas housewas
was loosened and on the northeast northeastcoiner northeastcomer northeastcorner
coiner a portion was carried away in including including ineluding ¬
cluding the upper part of the porch porchNo porchNo
No material damage occurred from fromthis fromthis fromthis
this point north to the E G Harris Harrisproperty Harrisproperty Harrisproperty
property occupied by W IL II Heath and andfamily andI
I family Here the brick chimney was wasdestroyed wasdestroyed wasdestroyed
destroyed and a number of window windowlights windowlights windowlights
lights broken Adjoining this on the thenorth thenorth thenorth
north is an old store building the front
of which was blown out A little further furthernorth furthernorth j jnorth i
north at the residence of G W Harris Harristhe Harristhe
the brick chimney was toppled over on onthe onthe onthe
the roof in a solid piece and about a adozen adozen I Idozcn
dozen window lights were broken in inone inone I Ione
one case the lhe whole sash being blown blownout blownout blownout
At the next place the postoffice and andresidence andresidence andresidence
residence of Mrs Irs H A Carter the brick brickchimney brickchimney
I chimney was torn down an and ci in falling fallingbroke fallingbroke fallingbroke
broke through the roof and a number numberof
of window panes were broken Here Herethe Herethe Herethe
the wind forced an entrance at the rear rearof rearthe rearof
of the house on the ground floor and an cut cutgreat cutI cutgreat
great gn at capers in the interior blowing the thedoors thedoor6 thedoors
I doors from their hinges rolling up thecarpets the thecarpets theI
I carpets and rugs smashing lamps lampschinaware lampsI lampschinaware
I chinaware etc te A clock in one of these
rooms stopped at twenty minutes of ofnine ofnine
nine which was no doubt the time at atwhich j jwhich j i
which the storm was u as venting its fury on j j Ithe
the premises premisesNorth premisesNorth I I IXorth
North of Mrs Cai Carters tcrs and last on onthe onthe onthe
the list of houses which which received damage dam damage amI amIuge j i
age is that of Rev H B Stuart Martin Martinnow j jnow i
now occupied by Mrs E G Merkel and andfatnily i ifamily I Ifamily If
family which had a poi portion lion of the roof roofon roofon roofon
on the south of the building torn away awayNorth awayNorth i iNorth I I
North of this no especial damage da e oc occurred occurred occurred ¬
curred although trees were blown down downas i
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as far noi north th as the canal canalJust canalJust i
Just north of the canal was anchored anchoredthe
the new launch belonging to C F FWethciell FWetherell F11etherell
Wethciell and A E Richards and this thibboat thbboat thisboat
boat was picked bodily from the water
and turned bottom up smashing the thecabin thecabin thecabin
cabin and doing other damage Mr MrWetherell llrWetherell Mr1Vctherell
Wetherell had just returned with the theboat thehoat theboat
boat from the head of the river the thenight thenight thenight
night before and andhad had left bedding cook cooking cooking cooking ¬
ing utensils and other things aboard aboardand aboardI aboardand
and he with his little son Tom and andGeorge andGeorge andGeorge
George rfomers omcrs were putting oil m a arow arow arow
row boat to unload th launch when the thethreatening thethreatening thethreatening
threatening weather caused them to toturn toturn toturn
turn back They recovered reco red some somethings somethings somethings
things but the two box > of oranges orangesand orangesand orangesand
and much other 0 stuff was lost lostThe lostThe lostThe
The dock in front of E L Howards Howardswas
was damaged some at the landward end endwhile endwhile endwhile
while that in front of the postoffice postofl ce was wasentirely wasentirely a5 a5entirely
entirely stripped of the planking plankingCabbage plankingCabbage plankingCabbage
Cabbage palmetto trees were twisted twistedoff
off by the powerful wind and an many
I strange and freakish things occurred occurredbut
I but with the exception of a slight cut cuton cuton cuton
on the head received by a colored man manat manat tuanat
at work for E L Howard no person personwas
was injured which seems almost mirac miraculous miraculou mniraculous ¬
ulous ulousjFuu ulout ulousTFuim
jFuu REM RETSeaside Seaside cottages com completely coinfurnished ¬
I pletely pletelrooms furnished from 2 to 11 11rooms 11I 1
I rooms latter suitable for boarding boardinghouse
house toilets some electric lighted lightedInquire lightedlnquire lightedInquire
Inquire Cherokee cottage opposite oppositewind oppositewiud oppositewind
wind mill on board walk Seabreeze Seabreezetf
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prices on lumber and other building buildingmaterials buildingmaterials buildingmaterials
materials No one receives grafts graftson
on your purchase Norman S R Day Iayton Dayton Dayton ¬
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Major Fosters Former Battalion the theFamous theFomous theFamous
Famous Cleveland Grays rays Will WillVisit WillVisit VillVisit
Visit Daytona Race Week WeekThe WeekThe
The famous Cleveland Grays one of ofthe
the crack military organizations of the theworld theworld theworld
world will visit Daytona the first week weekin
in March Major A B Foster FO 3tct eocumodore commo commodore
dore ore of the Halifax River Yacht Club Cluband
and president of the Florida East Coast CoastAutomobile CoastAutomobile
Automobile Association was for years yearsin
in command of this famous organization organizationand
and it is needles to say that Daytona Daytonawill
will accord its members a warm wel welcome welcome well ¬
come comeTile comeTire
TIre Cleveland Louder Le lder discusses the theGrays theGrays theGrays
Grays excursion at length Under flar flaring flaring flaring ¬
ing headlines Grays Will See Great GreatAuto GreutAuto GreatAuto
Auto Race the Leader says saysThe saysi saysThe
i I The Cleveland Grays have made madechanges madeclJangcs
changes in the schedule of their trip to toFlorida toFlorida toFlorida
Florida and Havana to give the party partymore partymore partymore
more time at OrmondDaytona to wit witness witness witness ¬
ness the great automobile speed contest
to be held there in March MarchWhen MarchWhen
11 When hen the itinerary of the trip tr2lmade m was wasmade wasmade
made up the races were planned for a alater alater alater
later date but the Automobile Club of ofAmerica ofAmerica ofAmerica
America changed the time of the meet meetin
in order to take advantage of better bettertide bcttertide bettertide
tide conditions and because the first firstweek firstweek firstweek
week in March is the height of the theFlorida theFlorida theFlorida
Florida season The weather is at its itsbest itsbest itsbest
best and the largest number of northern northernvisitors northernvisitors northernvisitors
visitors are there thereWhen thereWhcll thereWhen
When the change was wa announced announcedthe
the Grays decided to make their stay in inDayttua inDaytena inDaytna
Dayttua two days on account of the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great interest in the exciting races racesMajor racesIajor racesMajor
Major A B Foster an honorary mem member memberof member
ber berof ber of the organization whose winter winterhome wintcrhome
home is in Daytona is president of the theFlorida theIlorida theFlorida
Florida East Coast Automobile Associa Association Association Association ¬
tion which has a large clubhouse on the thebeach thebeach
beach where the races are to start startArrangements startArrangements startArrangements
Arrangements have < been made for a astop astop astop
stop at the battlefield of Stone river on onthe onthe onthe
the way south The stop at Lookout Lookoutmountain Lookoutmountain Lookoutmountain
mountain Missionary ridge and Chicka Chickamauga Chickamauga Chickamauga
mauga will be made on the return trip tripThe tripThe tripTie
The lengthening of the time at Day Daytona Daytona Daytona ¬
tona will not interfere with the four fourdays fourdays fourdays
days stay in Havana Several guests guestshave guestshavc guestshave
have arranged to accompany the Grays Graysbut GraysI Graysbut
I but the tIlIlist list is not yet completed completedI
Exhibits Wanted WantedThe WantedThe WantedThe
The officials ofl cials of the Citizens League Leagueare
are collecting exhibit > of various kinds kindsfor kindsfor kindsfor
for the display which the League is pre preparing preparing preparing ¬
paring for the MidWinter Exposition to tobe tobe
be held in Jacksonville from January Januaryloth January15th
15th to April 15th 1908 as described describedI
in this paper recently rc < entIy It is desired to tohave tohave tohave
have as fine an exhibit as possible of the theagricultural theagricultural
agricultural products of this section sectionand sectionI sectionand I
and the League officials will be very veryglad veryglad veryglad
glad for extra fine clusters o of grape grapefruit grapefruit grapefruit
fruit oranges kumquats tangerines tangerinesetc
etc as well as any interesting curiosi curiosiI
I ties that would add to the attractive attractiveness
1 ness of the display to be made ma e by Day Daytona Daytona
1 tona Seabreeze and Daytona Beach BeachIt
It is also planned to have growing in
boxes oxes as a a part of 1a Daytonas tonas exhibit exhibitsome exhibitsome
some celery lettuce eggplant t peppers pepperscauliflower pepperscauliflower I I II
cauliflower Bermuda onions and other othervegetables othervegetables
vegetables that are grown ruivn to such per perfeetion perfection perfection
fection here hcreEveryone hereEveryone
Everyone should do everything within withini withinhis
his power to s make ankc our exhibit the equal equalof
of any juther section of the State It is isI
reported that Sanford has raised a fund fundof
of 30000 to make and uric maintain itsdis itsdisplay its dis disI display
play playThis playi playIbis
i This is a matter of great importance importancej
j to the three towns represented by the theI
I League Thousands Thous mds of homescckers will willI
I I visit the exposition and the character characterof
of the exhibits will in inl a large measuredeternmine measure measurej
i idetermine
j determine where these people I > will lo loi locate i icate
i cate Daytona possessing pos > cssing more natural
advantages and attractions and richer richervegetable richervegetable
I vegetable lands than any other part of ofthe ofI ofthe
the State will secure a large number of ofthese ofi
i these people as permanent settlers if our ourdisplay ourdisplay
display lay does us justice justiceSecretary justiceSecretary justiceSecretary
Secretary Rieman of the League V guc who whois
j is preparing the exhibit requests that thatwe thatwe
1 we urge upon all who are able to con contribute conI contribute
f tribute anything of merit for this pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose to advise him promptly of that thatI thatfact
I I fact as the time is fast approaching approachingwhen
when the exposition will open openShould openI openShould openShould
Should Be Highly Appreciated AppreciatedThe ed
The Pictorial Edition of the Daytona DaytonaGazetteNews DaytonaGazetteXew DaytonaGazetteNews
GazetteNews > is not only a fine piece pieceof
of work that does credit to its publish publishers
1 ers ers but should be highly appreciated appreciatedby
1 by the people of Daytona and vicinity
as a it is such publications as this that are arcof areof areof
of great assistance i > tance in advertising and andi andmatcria andmaterially
i materially matcria assisting in the advancement advancementof
of a town The numerous illustrations illustrationsin
in the book will make it of special in mteiest intcrest interest
teiest to prospective visitor its by these thesepictures thesepictures thesepictures
pictures he will be able to form a pretty prettyaccurate prettyi prettyaccurate
i accurate idea of this East Coast resort resortThe resortThe resortThe
The GazetteXews Company are to be becongratulated bei becongratulated
i congratulated upon the excellence of ofI ofthis
I this Pictorial Edition EditionTropical Tropical Sun SunWest SunWest SunWest
West Palm Beach BeachRiemau BeachI BeachRiemall Beachniieman
Riemau = Vegetable Land Special Specialist ¬
ist can show you land that will willraise willraise
1 raise 3 crops a year and earn SlOOO SlOOOper 1000 1000per 1 000per
demonstrat demonstrating per acre annually has demonstrat demonstrating
i ing farm to prove it and show you youi JOUtl youhow
i how tf tfI tlSee
I I See RIEMAV RIE r The Real Estate Man ManPalmetto ManP MantPalmetto
Palmetto P lmetto Building back of postofiice post llice
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Stanley and Ross Contestants for the theDewar theDewar theDewar
Dewar Trophy Refuse to Allow AllowRules AllowRules AllowRules
Rules to be Amended AmendedIt
It is possible that the race for the theSir theSir theSir
Sir Thomas Dewar International InternationalAutomobile lnternationalAutomobile internationalAutoriiobile
Automobile Trophy will not take place placeon
on the OrmondDay tona Beach Florida Floridaduiiug Floridaduring Floridaduring
during the meeting promoted by the theAutomobile tbeAutomobile theAutomobile
Automobile Club of America In the theannouncements theal1nouneemcnts theannouncements
announcements and entry blank by the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter body it is L stated tate that all cars en entering entering ¬ I Itering
tering for the International Mile Mll Dewar DewarTrophy DewarTrophy DewarTrophy
Trophy must first of all take part in in a ahundred ahundred ahundred
hundred mile event and show a speed ofsixty of ofsixty ofsixty
sixty miles per hour hourThe hourThe hourThe
The holder of the trophy the Stanley StanleyMotor StanleyIotor StanleyMotor
Motor Carriage Company of Massachusetts Massachu Massachusetts Iassachus ¬
setts s tts whose driver dr cr Fred Marriott won wonthe wonthe wonthe
the trophy at the last competition cOl inFlorida in inFlorida inFlorida
Florida and which is i now held under underbond underbond underbond
bond by the Stanleys refuse to allow allowthe allowthe 4 4I
the rules U to be amended uncu ed as suggested suggl > td by bythe bythe bythe I
the Automobile Club of America The
trustees > of f the trophy seem to be pow powerless po puwerless w werless ¬
erless in the matter as clause live of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the deed of gift is as follows The con contest contest contest ¬
test shall be open to any and all cars cars of ofweights ofweights ofweights
weights within the International Classi Classification Classification Classification ¬
fication regardless of power or country countryof
of manufacture manufactureThe
The last clause of thirteen is as asfollows asfollows asfollows
follows The Board of Trustees shall shallhave shallhave shallhave
have power to decide all matters not notspecifically notspecifically notspecifically
specifically covered by these condi conditions conditions conditions ¬
tions This would indicate that the theDewar theDewar theDewar
Dewar Trophy Tr phy occupies very much the thesame thesame thesame
same position as the American Cup does doesthe doesthe doesthe
the rules for which competition the thetrustees thetrustees thetrustees
I 1meet Imeet
trustees seemingly cannot change to tomeet
meet the wishes of Sir Thomas Liptons Liptonsfriends Liptonsfriends Liptonsfriends
friendsLewis friends friendsLewis friendsLewis
Lewis S Ross who was as the firstwinner first firstwinner firstwinncr
winner of the Dewar Trophy in
1905 has built a special car to compete competefor
for the trophy this year so has the Stanleys Stan Stanleys Stanleys ¬
leys and when building them had the therules therules therules
rules for the competition before them themMr themMr themMr
Mr Ross declares he will not agree for achange a achange achange
change in the rules especially as he has hasspent hasspent hasspent
spent a lot of money in building cars tomeet to tomeet tomeet
meet the requirements of the rules gov governing governing governing ¬
erning the trophy trophyIn
In n Memoriam I
The following full owing memorial of D IIKochersperger II IIKocuersperger
Kocuersperger treasurer of Cook CookCounty CookCounty CookCounty
County Illinois was recently adoptedby adopted adopteeby
by b the Press Club of Chicago Deceased Deceasedwas
was a brother of II L Kochersperger Kocherspergerof
of Seabreeze SeabreezeIt
It is is not those who die that suffer sufferWhen sufferWhen sufferWhen
When death comes to one whom we wehave wehuve wehave
have known as a friend and leads himover him hinover I Ioyer
over the border bor er of life into the misty mistyBeyond mimistyBeyond I
Beyond BeY l oviv iY hope for or him is rest r t aut autpeace md mdpeace endpeace
peace but we feel that out of our ownlives own ownlives ownlives
lives has gone something that had made madethe madethe madethe
the sunlight more golden to our eyes eyesand eycsand eyesand
and rendered less heavy the burden of ofliving ofliving ofliving
living And while we acquiesce in thedecree the thedecree thedecree
decree that called him away we cannot cannotsuppress eannotsuppr cannotsuppress
suppress suppr ss the thrill of sorrow that risesfrom rises risesfrom
from the heart to the lips when thoughts I
of the missing friend floats into our consciousness con consciousness ¬
sciousness sciousnessThe SClOusnessThe sciousnessThe
The roll of our dead has grown apace apacesince apacesince apacesince
since we placed on the blank sheet the thename thename thename
name of the first pilgrim of the Press PressClub PressClub PressClub
Club into the unknown land Could we werepeople werepeople werepeople
repeople our rooms with those who now nowlive HOWlive nowlive
live in memory alone there would be bescant hescnut bescant
scant room for those of us who are left leftThey leftThey leftThey
They were and they are not but who whoshall whoshaH whoshall
shall say they do not live liv < in the influ influence influence influence ¬
ence of their lives on all with ith im hom hornthey homthey homthey
they were associated associatedOn
On the roll arc the names of many manywhose manywhose manywhose
whose labor laborand and thought had ha much to todo todo todo
do with shaping the destiny of the Club Clubas
as it is today many whose mere pres presence presence presence ¬
ence among us was a source of pleasure
and among them was W none more worthy worthyof
of our kind remembrance than D II IIKochersperger IIKochersperger ILhochersperger
Kochersperger May rest and peace be behis behis behis
his in the home that our hopes madefor made madefor madefor
for him when lien he was > taken from our ourcircle ollrcirclc ourcircle
Of Benefit to the East Coast CoastThe CoastThe CoastThe
The Pictorial Edition of the Daytona DaytonaGazetteXews DaytonaGazettcNews DaytonaGazetteNews
GazetteXews is before us and The Sun Sundesires Sundesires Sundesires
desires to extend itsheartiestcongratula itsheartiestcongratulations its heartiest > t congratula congratulations ¬
tions to the publishers the GazetteXews GazetteXewsCompany GazetteXewsCompany GazetteNewsCompany
Company of which T E Fitzgerald is isthe isthe isthe
the able editor for its completeness completenessThe
The work contains cont ins sixtyfour pages hetween be between bctween ¬
tween covers is is profusely illustratedwith illustrated illustratedwith illustratedwith
with elegant halftone engravings and andcontains andcontains andcontains
contains several pages of reminiscenses
and history which are indeed interest interesting interC5ting interesting ¬
ing This york covers not only Day Daytona Daytona Daytona ¬
tona but the peninsula Daytona Beach Beachand Beachand Beachand
and Seabreeze as well and is destined destinedto
to prove of great benfit to that beauti beautiful ¬
ful section of the East Coa Coat = t as an ad advertising advertising advertising ¬
vertising medium The book is a work workof
of typographical and intellectual artand art artand artand
and can be appreciated by those who wholove whllove wholove
love the artistic and the beautifulGainesville beautiful beautifulGainesville heautifulGaine
Gainesville Gaine > ville Sun SunJFoR Suni
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ing and wish to locate nearer the thecenter thecenter thecenter
center of my my territory I offer at alow a alow alow
low figure all or any any part of my myproperty myproperty Iiiyproperty
property comprising 2 dwellings 1store 1 1store 1store
store 1 cor lot on Bay and Beach Leachstreets Beachstreets Beachstreets
streets suitable for business hotel hotelor
or opera house and a 9acre acre farm farmsee
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