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The Cleveland Grays the famous famousOhio famousOhio famousOhio
Ohio military organization arrived inDaytona in inDaytona
Daytona Wednesday morning in their theirspecial theirspecial theirspecial
special train and were met by Major A AB AB AB
B Foster their former commandant commandantThe
The party were on their return from atrip a atrip atrip
trip to Havana and stopped off for two twodays twodays twodays
days to attend the races The cour courtesies courtesies courtesies ¬
tesies of the Florida East Coast Auto Automobile Automobile Automobile ¬
mobile Association were extended to
the party and the uniforms of gray were werecry werevery werevery
very cry conspicuous on the beach Wednesday Wednes Wednesday Wednesday ¬
day and Thursday ThursdayThursday ThursdayThursday ThursdayThursday
Thursday evening a ball was tendered tenderedlie tpn ered eredthe
the Grays at the Hotel Ridgewood at atbe atthe atthe
the close of which thespecial the special train which whichhe whichthe whichthe
the he organization chartered for the tripstarted trip triptar tripstarted
started tar ted on its return to Cleveland ClevelandThe ClevelanThe
The Cleveland Cle veland Grays were organized in
1837 and have a splendid career The Theristory Thehistory Thehistory
history of the organization is as follows followsNearly foowsNearly followsNearly
Nearly threequarters of a century has hasmassed haspassed haspassed
passed since a few young men their mil iniltary military military
itary spirit aroused by the political politicaljuestions politicallUestions politicalquestions
questions of the day formed thorn thornselves tbemselvf themselves
selves > s into the City Guards A few fewnonths fewmonths fewmonths
months later the name was changed to tothe tothe tothe
the Cleveland Grays and ambitiou ambitiouprogressive ambitiouprogressive ambitiousprogressive =
progressive and representative of the thebest thebest thebest
best citizanship of the then village of ofleveland ofClevelan ofCleveland
Cleveland as they were they littlethought little littlethought littlethought
thought that their the ir organization so well wellfounded wcllfounded wellfounded
founded would continue throughout throughoutthe
the century and witness their western westernvillage westernvillage westernvillage
village expand into a city of more than thana
a half million soulsTheir souls soulsTheir soulsTheir
Their ambition was to excel and uu us asearly uscurly usearly
early as 1840 when they escorted Gen GenHarrison GenHarrison CenHarrison
Harrison from Fort Meigs to Cleveland Clevelandtheir Clevelandtheir I
their reputation for perfection in drill gilland drilland drillun
and un discipline extended throughout the themiddle theI themiddle themiddle I
middle west and lln soon after was not unknown un unknown unknown ¬
known to the military bodies of the theother theother theother
other states through the repeated ascer useertious ascertious uscertions
tious of Gen Scott then the hero of ofLundys ofLundy
Lundys Lane that their evolutions evolutionsapproached cvolutionsapproached evolutionsapproached
approached perfection more nearly than thanany
any he had ever witnessed witnessedMilitary witnessedliJitary witnessedMilitary
Military organizations or llnizutions of other citieswere cities citieswere citieswere
were visited and in turn entertained and anda
a friendly though intense rivalry existed existedIn existeIn
In their competitive exhibitions When Whenlebellion Whenrebellion Whenrebellion
rebellion came the guns of Sumter were werescarcely werescarcely werescarcely
scarcely silent siIe t before the Grays re responded responded responded ¬
sponded 100 strong the first in the theSttttcr theSu theState
Sttttcr Su tt and one of the fir first t companies in inthe inthe inthe
the north becoming Company A FirstOhio First FirstOhio FirstOhio
Ohio Volunteer Infantry Two com companies companies companies ¬
panies were recruited for the Eightyfourth Eighty Kightyfourth Eightyfourth
fourth Ohio and one for the 150th 150thOhio 150thOhio 150thOhio
Ohio by members whose first terms of ofenlistment
enlistment had expired The fact that
more than eighty of the original com company company company ¬
pany served serve as commissioned officersbefore officers officersbefore officersbefore
before the close of that great fratricidal fratricidalstrife fratricidalstrife fratricidalstrife
strife testifies to their military training trainingShortly trainingShortly trainingShortly
Shortly after the Civil War a complete completereorganization completereorganizntion completereorganization
reorganization was effected new equipment equip equipment equipment ¬
ment was obtained and a high degree ofefficiency of ofefficiency ofefficiency
efficiency was soon reached but not notwishing notwishing notwishing
wishing to lose their identity id ntity they continued con continued continued ¬
tinued as an independent command commandThe commalJ commalJThe
The first call for volunteers in in 1898 1898coming 1898coming 1898coming
coming only to the organizations already alreadywithin alreadywithin I Iwithin
within the National Guard a bill was I
introduced in the legislature creating creatingthe
the Cleveland Grays Engineering Bat Battalion ¬
talion O N G Pending the passage passageof
of this bill three companies were re recruited recruited recruited ¬
cruited which entered the service on onthe onthe onthe
the second call as the First Battalion BattalionTenth BattalionTenth BattalionTenth
Tenth Ohio U S Volunteers returning returningin
in March of the following year yearIn yearIn yearIn
In 1892 fire destroyed not only theentire the theentire tbeentire
entire equipment of the Grays but the thetreasured thetreasured thetreasured
treasured souvenirs and records accu acculated acculated
lated through throu h more than half a centuryThrough century centuryThrough centuryThrough
Through the generous assistance offriends of offriends offriends
friends and the earnest and untiringeffort untiring untiringeffort untiringeffort
effort of the members new equipment equipmentwas
was secured and the present armory armoryerected armoryerected armoryerected
erected With later improvements this thiscompany thiscompany thiscompany
company has become not only the themost themost themost
most valuable but by far the most com complete complete complete ¬
plete of any possessed by a military orgunization or organization orunization ¬
ganization unization independent of State or na national national national ¬
tional aidSince aid aidSince ai aiSince
Since the first encampment in the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public square nearly seventy years ago agothe agothe agothe
the Grays have pitched their tentsmany tents tentsmany tentsmany
many times the favored sites beingChautauqua being beingChautauqua beingChautauqua
Chautauqua or some point on the Great GreatLakes GreatLakes GreatLakes
Lakes or their connecting rivers Nearly
30000 miles have been traveled in their theirnumerous theirnumerous theirnumerous
numerous trips to various parts of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States and Canada New Orleans Orleansand Orleansand Orleansand
and the Southland have twice been vis visited visited visited ¬
ited on invitation A tour of the Pacific PacificCoast PacificCoast PacificCoast
Coast and the Rocky Mountain states statesin
in 1903 with a party of friends and the theofficers theofficers theofficers
officers of the Old Guard of New York YorkCity YorkCity YorkCity
City was perhaps the most enjoyable enjoyableever
ever made madeWashington madeWashington madeWashington
Washington has twice been visited visitedonce visitedonce visitedonce
once on orders from Gen Sherman toact to toact toact
act as escort to President Pre ident Garfield at atthe atthe atthe
the time of his inauguration A scoreof score acoreof scoreof
of lesserrips lesser Jripa ips induing i clU Dg cities within a
New Worlds Records RecordsMade RecordsMade RecordsMade
Made on the Beach BeachIdeal
It Kr KrIdeal It ItIdeal >
Ideal Summer Weather Pre Prevailed Prevailed Prevailed ¬
vailed Throughout h oughout the theWeek theWeek J
Week WeekAttendance WeekAttendanceVery Attendance AttendanceVery AttendanceVery
Very Large LargeWith
With the long white beach in goodconditionn good goodcondition goodcondition
condition for the contestants of speed speedand speedand speedand
and many daredevil drivers of demon demonlike demonlike lemonlike
like skeletons of cars ready for the at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to smash all motoring records recordsthe recordsthe i ithe
the annual meet of the Automobile AutomobileClub
Club of America and the Florida East EastCoast EastCoast EastCoast
Coast Automobile Association on the theOrmondDaytona theOrmondDaytona theOrmondDaytona
OrmondDaytona beach was inaugu inaugurated inauguratcd inaugurated ¬
rated Tuesday
Three cars started Tuesday in the theopening theopening
opening event for the Minneapolis MinneapolisChampionship MinneapolisChampionship
Championship trophy cupThe cup cupThe cupThe I
The starters were Cedrino in his Fiat FiatCyclone FiatCyclone
Cyclone Harry Leveys 120 horsepower horsepowerHotchkiss horsepowerHotchkiss horsepowerHotchkiss
Hotchkiss Shefts driving and the 130 130horsepower 130horsepower 130horsepower
horsepower Christie with Blakely at atthe atthe atthe
the wheel The race was won by Ced Cederinos Cederinos Cederinos
erinos Fiat in 110 minutes 20 seconds secondsthe
the car going almost the entire distance distancewith distancewith distancewith
with one tire missing Owing to the theaccidents theacci theaccidents
accidents acci ents Tuesday R W Buckleys BuckleysB
B L 1 M and Bernins Renault didnot did didnot di dinot
not start As the sand was soft be between between
tween the Clarendon Claren on and Ormond that thatpart j ipart
part of the beach was not used the thelength thelength thelength
length of the course being shortened to to12J tol22
12J l22 2 miles running from the inlet tothe to tothe tothe
the post threequarters of a mile above abovethe abovethe abovethe
the Clarendon The starters pistol was wasfired wasfired wasfired
fired at 1139 11 39 a m The Hotchkiss got gotaway gotaway gotaway
away first but was forced to stop for forsome forsome forsonic
some minutes The Fiat then took thelead the thelead thelea
lead lea and held it throughout the race A Atire Atire Atire
tire was lost in the first firstlapand lap and replaced replacedthen replacedthen replacedthen
then lost again and an Cedrino continued continuedon
on a bare rim The Cyclone made thefirst the thefirst thefirst
first 25 miles in 2039 2 45 Christie Christiebroke Christiebroke Christiebroke
broke a valve on his first lap that puthim put puthim puthim
him out of the running Sixteen min minutes minutes miuutes ¬
utes after stopping the th Hotchkiss gotunder got gotunder gotunder
under way again and gave the Fiat a achase achase achase
chase The Fiats time by laps was as asfollows asfollows asfollows
follows 50 miles 0405 64 05 75 5 miles S505
100 miles 11020 The Hotchkiss time banefor timefor t l le lefor
for 25 miles was 4237 and for 50 miles
7751 7751In
In tl the e 150mile I stock t > Chassis content contentheld tontLtheld contestheld
held after the 110mile le race Tuesday TuesdayJames TuesdayJames fues ay ayJames
James Laughlins 40 h p Cleveland L LJ 1J LJ
J Bergdolls CO h p I Benz R W WBuckleys WBuckleys WBuckleys
Buckleys Thoma 150 and W Gould GouldBrokaws GouldBrokaws GouldBrokaws
Brokaws 30 h p AllenKingbton werethe were werethe werethe
the starters R G Kelsey being unfort unfortunately unfortunately unfortunately ¬
unately kept out of the race by a broken abrokencrankshaft brokencrankshaft brokenrankshaft
crankshaft In this event Bergdoll Bergdollmade Bergdollmade Bergdollmade
made the people take notice when liedid he hedid hedid
did some remarkable driving and an won wonthe wonthe wonthe
the event covering the distance in 2 2hours 2hours
hours 40 minutes and un W seconds seon s Thisestablishes This Thisestablishes Thisestablishes
establishes the 150 mile stock sto k car
worlds record The Benz also heat beatthe heatthe heatthe
the Fiats time covering 100 miles in
107 minutes and an beating Cedrino by bynearly bynearly bynearly
nearly three minutes minutesA
A few minutes after the U start of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this race the AllenKingston was w out outof outof outof
of the running and an laid lai up It W WBuckleys WBuckleys V VBuckleys
Buckleys Thomas car did not fare very verywell veryI verywell
well either going but a couple of laps lapsThe lapsThe lapsThe
I The Cleveland car entered by James JamesLaughlin JamesI
I Laughlin III the i same > car that made madethe madeI madethe
the pathfinding trip from Jacksonville Jacksonvilleto Jlck > OIwiJe OIwiJeto
I to Miami was second secun in the run cov ¬
ering 100 miles in 14040 14040WEDNESDAY H 14640WEDNESDAY 1 1WEDXESDA
Three cars started Wednesday afternoon after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon in the second days ays racing The Thefirst Thefirst Timefirst
first event was the 125mile invitation invitationamateur invitationamateur invitationamateur
amateur for gentlemen drivers and thestarters the thestarters thestarters
starters were S B Stevens driving the theFiat theFiat theFiat
Fiat Cyclone R G Kelsey in 50h 50 h pChristie p pChristie pChristie
Christie ear and L J Bergdoll in the theBenz theBenz theBenz
Benz car That was the same start as asin asin asin
in Tuesdays 150mile race J J1 M Gil Gilberts Gilberts Gilberts ¬
berts Packard which caught fire in in the theOrmond theOrmon theOrmond
Ormond garage Tuesday did not enter enternor enternor enternor
nor did Harrv Leveys 120 h p Hotch Hotchkiss Hotchkiss IIotchkiss ¬
kiss Just prior to the start the Hotch Hotchkiss Ho tch tchiss
iss racer caught fire in the carburetor carburetorin
in front and burned for several s veral minutes minutesbefore minutedbefore minuteibefore
before the flames could be extinguished extinguishedThe
The fire did not reach the tank how however however however ¬
ever and the car was only slightly slightlydamaged slightlydamaged slightlydamaged
damaged The starters pistol went off offat offat offat
at 1245 p m and an the Benz car shot shotaway shotaW shotaway
away aW y first being passed asecond later laterby laterby laterby
by Stevens Fiat l at Kelsey getting away awayContinued awayContinued i iI iContinued I
Continued on Third Pageradius Page Pageradius Pageradius
radius of 500 miles have been taken for forpleasure forpleasure forpleasure
pleasure and on occasions of ceremonyFrequent ceremony ceremonyFrequent ceremonyFrequent
Frequent social gatherings in the club clubrooms clubrooms clubrooms
rooms of the armory add to the spirit of ofcomradship ofcomradship ofcomradship
comradship that has always been so somanifest o omanifest 0manifest
manifest manifestOld
Old men who have scarcely missed a ameeting ameeting ameeting
meeting for mere mr re than fifty years ex extend exten extend ¬
tend ten a friendly greeting to the youngest youngestrecruit youngestrecruit youngestrecruit
recruit while scores among the greatnumber great greatnumber greatnumber
number of former members many of ofwhom ofwhom ofwhom
whom are prominent in the affairs of ofstate ofstate ofstate
state and nation return each year to tooffer tooffer tooffer
offer their inspiring toasts renew friend friendships friendships friendships ¬
ships and confirm again and again theold the theold theold
old truth Once a Gray always a aGray aGray aOray
R I > R U UBrief > p pBrief
Brief Resume of Things Seen Seens Seenand Seenand =
and Heard in in and Near NearDaytona NearDaytona NearDaytona
Daytona During thePast the thePast thePast =
Past WeekLadies Week WeektLadies WeektJadies
Ladies and gentlemens baths at the theElectric theElectric theElectric
Electric Light Plant PlantLee PlantLee lant lantLee
Lee Morris of DeLand one of thecandiaates the thecandidates thecalldiaates
candidates for sheriff was in Daytona Daytonathis
this week weekMansfields wetkMansfields weekMansfields
Mansfields Creamery Butter and Purity Pu Purity Purity ¬
rity Butterine in in one pound bricks at atBirchwoods atDirchwoods atBirchwoods
Birchwoods tf tfMrs tfI
Mrs Irs E W Chapin whose winter winterhome winterhome winterhome
home is at Beuna Vista is the guest ofMrs of ofMrs I IMrs
Mrs J L O Rawson I
tLeghorn eggs for hatching white whitebrown whitebrown whitebrown
brown buff and black Bert Heacock HeacockCedar HeacockCedar IleacockCedarstreet
Cedar Cedarstreet street tfMrs tf tfMrs tfMrs
Mrs Addie Gove and Mrs Ir Florence FlorenceAbbott FlorenceAbbott FlorenceAbbott
Abbott sister and niece respectively ofS of ofS ofS
S H Gove are his guests guestsNo
No charge for preliminary plans and andestimates an ane3timates andestimates
estimates supervision of work at actual actualcost actualeost actualcost
cost Norman S Dayton Daytona tf tfJohn tfJohn tfJohn
John T Hammond and Frank S SSains SSamB SSams
Sains of New Smyrna were shaking shakinghands shakinghand shakinghands
hands with Daytona friends Monday MondaytGulf MondaytGulf
tGulf Refining Co phone 70 kero kerosene kerosene kerosene ¬
sene gasolene cylinder cylin er and an machinery machineryoils
oils oil Office and warehouse at Daytona DaytonaNovelty DaytonaNovelty DaytonaNovelty
Novelty Works E Dillingham Agent AgentHon AgentHon AgentHon
Hon W J Harding exgovernor ofOhio of ofOhio ofOhio
Ohio accompanied by his wife are theguests the theguests theguests
guests of Mr and Mrs A H Kling J1ingMrlIarding KlingMrs i iMrs
Mrs MrlIarding Harding is Mr Klings daughter daughterttl aughterttI
ttI will pay 300 for a female foxsquirrel fox foxsquirrel foxsquirrel
squirrel a year or more old and 200 5200for 200I 200for
I for young male and female gray squir squirrels squirrels squirrels ¬
rels J J7 J BANTA DeLand FlaAn Fla FlaAn FlaAn
An intimate knowledge of the build building building building ¬
ing interests of this locality will save saveyou saveyou saveyou
you many annoyances and perhaps extra ex extra extra ¬
tra costs Let us advise with you It Itcosts Itcosts Itcosts
costs you ou nothing Norman ornum S Dayton DaytonDaytona DuytonDaytona DaytonDaytona
Daytona tf tfNever tfXever tfNever
Never in the history of Daytona has hasthere hasthere hasthere
there been so many visitors within its itsgates itsgates itsgates
gates as have been the past week weekEvery weekEvery weekEvery
Every hotel is filled to overflowing and andprivate andprivate andprivate
private homes have been thrown open opento I Ito
to accomodate the visitorsFor visitors visitorsFor visitorsFor
For Rent lentSeaside Seaside cottages com completely completely coulpletely ¬
pletely furnished from 2 to 14 rooms roomslatter roomslatter roomslatter
latter suitable for boarding house toi toilets toilets toilets ¬
lets some electric lighted Inquire atCherokee at atCherokee atCherokee
Cherokee cottage opposite windmill onboard on onboard onboard
board walk Seabreeze tf tfMr tfMr tfMr
Mr and Mrs Irs George H Munroe and andJudge andJudge andJudge
Judge and Mrs C H Weeks departed departedWednesday departedWednesd
Wednesday y for California Thev expect
to travel extensively through the west westand westand westand
and return to their summer summer home at atJoliet atJoliet atJoliet
Joliet Ill about June first It is theintention the theintention theintention
intention of the party to return to Day Daytona Daytona Daytona ¬
tona early next OctoberFor October OctoberFor
For firstclass work workDaytona Daytonu Steam SteamLaundry SteamLaundry SteamLaundry
Laundry phone S tf tfThe tfThe tfTime
The remarkable progress made by theorange the theorange theorange
orange growers of Volusia county in re recuperating recuper3ting recuperating ¬
cuperating their groves and bringing bringingthem
them into bearing is commanding the theattention t theattention e
attention of the entire State No
county in the State has a greater repu reputation reputation reputation ¬
tation for the quality of fruit more es especially t especially > S Specially ¬
pecially the Halifax River oranges orangesA
A full line of Hudnuts Perfumes at atYoungs atYoungs atYoungs
Youngs Pharmacy PharmacyMr
Mr and Mrs Irs J A Gregg and Mr Mrand Mrand Ir Iran
and an Mrs Irs Gregg of Minneapolis Minnhave Minn Minnhave Minnhave
have been spending the week in Day Daytona Daytona ¬ I Itona
tona The party are friends of Asa AsaPaine AsaPaine AsaPaine
Paine and an he has been showing them themthe themtbe themthe
the arractions around aroun Daytona The TheMessrs TheMessrs TheMessrs
Messrs Gregg have a winter hone at atAlta atAlta atAlta
Alta Monte Springs and came over in intheir intheir
their touring car Monday MondayJf
If you want the best oranges for forhome forhome forhome
home consumption or to ship call atPoint at atPoint atPoint
Point Grove New ew Smyrna road rates ratesare ratesare ratesare
are reasonable and shipped express paid paidor
or otherwise Ferd Nordman tf UIn tfIn tfIn
In another column appears the an announcement announccment announcement ¬
nouncement of E L Smith candidate candidatefor
for sheriff Mr Smith is a native Flor Floridian Floridian Floridian
idian he has been marshal of Daytqna Daytqnaand
and deputy sheriff for a number of years yearsand yearsand yearsand
and is well qualified to fill the office to towhich towhich towhich
which he aspires From present indi indications indications indications ¬
cations Mr Smith is the strong candidate candi candidate CD ¬
date and an has every prospect of being beingnominated beingnominate beingnominated
nominated in the first primary primaryf primarytLarge primaryLarge
f Large Orange Trees For Sale Sal SaleI I can canfurnish canfurnish I Ifurnish
furnish 30 large orange trees3 tr es5 year year old oldbuds8ft oldbudsSft I IbudsSit
buds8ft high some of them having 3boxes 3 3boxes 3boxes
boxes of fruit this season of following followingvarieties foHowingarieties followingvarieties
varieties Tangerine Tan erine King MandarinKumquat Mandarin MandarinKumquat MandarinKumquat
Kumquat also a full line of orange orangegrapefruit orangegraperrui orangegrapefruit
grapefruit etc trees in one two andthree and andthree andthree
three year old buds Trees planted out outwhen outwhen outwhen
when desired J MCHAFFERKingston MCHAFFER MCHAFFERKingston rCHAFFERKinlrton
Kingston Fla FlatPhone FlatPhone FlatPhone
tPhone 28 and we will call for your yourcleaning yourcleaning yourcleaning
cleaning and pressing All work done doneby doneby doneby
by white workmen exclusively e clU5iveJyS
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BARNES the Novelty NoveltySELLS Mj if t e
Especially E Stationery Fishing Tackle Crockery CrockeryGlassware CrockeryGlassware CrockeryGlassware s =
Glassware Fancy Confectionery Souvenir Post PostCards PostCards Ii IiCards
Cards Talking TalkingluTchines Machines Dolls Toys and Notions NotionsBARNES NotionsBARNES I IBARNES
Will also frame your Pictures sharpen your Saws SawsKnives SaWBKnives SawsKnives
Knives Scissors Lawn Mowers Etc and will wJHrepair wiHrepair willrepair
repair almost anything that is out of whack whackIn I Itn tEn
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