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MADE ON DAYTONA BEACH BEACHit BEACHSeventh
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Seventh Annual Tournament Closed After Aftera I Ia
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BY ALEX HCHAIKACH SCHABAHLike < < I ILike
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Like all previous Florida beach auto nutoI nutoImbile autompbile j jmobile
mobile meets this week proved to be bea i ia
a record breaker also and Tuesday Tuesdaythe
the mile amattur record went by the theiboards theboards I
boards twice when young David Bruce BruceBrown I
Brown driving the 120 horsepower horsepowerBenz
Benz jn the time trials for the perma permanent permanpnt permanent ¬
nent retention of the 2000 Sir Thomas ThomasDewar ThomasDewar ThomasDewar
Dewar Trophy first covered a mile in
33 15 seconds and then repeated in
33 25 seconds and on his third and last lasttrial lasttrial lasttrial
trial he hurtled the ponderous grey greyBenz greyBenz greyBenz
Benz racer over the electric timing tapein tape tapein
in 33 seconds beating his own previous previousworlds previousworlds previousworlds
worlds amateur record of a year ago agomade agomade agomade
made at this place of 35 35 seconds secondsHis secondsHis secondsHis
His only competitor Ralph De Palma Palmadrove Palmadrove Palmadrove
drove three great trials one in 36 sec seconds seconds seeonds ¬
onds and two in 3615 35 15 seconds in the i ilittle ilittle ilittle
little lowlying 60 horsepower Fiat Cy Cyclone Cyclone ¬
clone which he drove for the first time timeon
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on this famous wavewashed natural naturalspeed naturulspeed naturalspeed
speed course courseIn courseIn courseIn
In the 100mile stock car lir race a new newrecord newrecord newrecord
record was also made for stock cars carswhen cnrwhen earswhen
when Strang leading leadin all the way except exceptthe exceptthe xctptthe
the first lap of 20 miles covered the 100 100miles j jmiles
miles in a 30h p Buick in 1 hour 34 34minutes 34minutes 34minutes I >
minutes 1 45 seconds over a straight straightaway straightatvaY
away course of ten miles and return returnmaking returnmaking returnmaking
making each lap 20 miles George De DeWitt DeRitt
Witt driving a 18h p Buick was sec second second ¬
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ond in 1 hour 44 minutes 24 seconds secondsThe j
The 1mile motorcycle straightaway straightawayrecord I Irecord
record was also broken by Walter WalterGo j jOorke I IGmrke
Oorke Go rke Brooklyn N Y on a 7h p pIndian pIndian i i
Indian motorcycle time 4515 45 15 seconds secondsThe secondsThe
The best previous record was that of oflenn ofGlenn ofGlenn
Glenn H Curtis now of aeroplane fame famewho fumewho I Iwho
who did a mile on this course on his hisCurtis hisCurtis j jCurtis
Curtis motorcycle in 4f > 25 seconds a aayear afear ayear
year fear ago a o The bicycle men had their theirnnings theirinnings theirinnings
innings in ina a quarter of a mile dush dushwhich dushwhich dashwhich
which was won by Joseph A Fogler l < of ofBrooklyn ofBrooklyn ofBrooklyn
Brooklyn N Y in 30 15 seconds anew a anew j jnew i
new worldS record not only on account accountof j jof
of the time but because no straight straightaway strai straightaway ht htaway I
away records for this distance have ever evereen everbeen
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been > een attempted attemptedThe
The opening day of this years meet meetwas meetwas
was also noteworthy because it at attracted attracted attracted ¬ I
tracted a larger and more brilliant gal galery gallery gallery
lery ery of spectators than did any of the theiret thefirst thefirst
first days of the previous meets The Theweather Theweather Theweather
weather Tuesday was clear and warm warmthe warmthe I
the temperature being 76 in the shade shadebut shadebut i i ibut
but a strong cool wind blowing north northby northby northby
by east directly off the ocean temper tempered ¬
ed the suns says but it also unfortu unfortunately unfortunatfly unfortunately ¬
nately shortened the days program programthe I Ithe
the first of the four events being started startedat I
at 215 and the races declared off for forthe forthe
the day at 5 oclock owing to the high hightide hightide hightide I
tide The cross wind greatly retarded retardedTuesdays retardedTuesdays retardedTuesdays
Tuesdays summaries follow followOnemile followOnemile I IOnemile
Onemile best two in three heats for forthe forthe 1 1the
the Sir Thomas Dewar Trophy TrophyDavid TrophyDavid I
David Bruce Brown in Hugh Mcln Mclntoshs Mclntoshs Melntoshs
toshs Benz three trials time 33 33 15 15and 15and 15and
and 33 25 seconds first firstRalph firstRalph firstRalph
Ralph De Palma in Fiat Automobile AutomobileCOB
COB 60h p Fiat Cyclone three trials I IJ6
30 36 1 5 and 30 3615 15 seconds second secondBest secondp secondBest secondBest p
Best previous mile amateur record
35 35 seconds David Bruce Brown Brown100Mile BrownlooMile Brown100Mile
100Mile Race for Stock Cars First Firstlap Firstlap20 Firstlap20
lap20 lap 20 miles 30 h p Buick Burman Burmaudriving Burmandriving Burmandriving
driving in 18 min mm 17 seconds 30 h p pBuick pBuick pBuick
Buick Strang driving in IS min 19 19seconds 19seconds 19seconds
seconds 30 h p Cadillac Lytle driving drivingIS i
18 h p Buick DeWitt driving in 25 25minutes 25minutes 5 5minutes
minutes minutesSecond minutesSecond
Second lap 40 miles 30 h p Buick BuickStrang BuickS Buickrang
Strang S rang 30 3 min 56 45 seconds < 18 h p pBuick pBuick pBuick
Buick DeWitt 44 min 41 seconds 30 30h aoh 30h
h p Cadillac Herbert Lytle 1 hr 4 4min 4min 1 1min
min 4445 44 45 seconds secondsThird secondsThird
Third lap 60 miles 30 h p Buick BuickStrang BuickStrang
Strang 52 min 2 seconds IS h p pBuick pBuick pBuick
Buick DeAVitt De Witt 65 t 5 min 3o seconds secondsm
30 h p Cadillac Lytle 1 hr 27 min
35 seconds secondsFourth secondsFourth secondsFourth
Fourth lap 80 miles Buick 30 a H P PStrang PStrang PStrang
Strang 75 minutes and 20 35 seconds secondsBuick serondsBuick secondsBuick
Buick 18 H P DeWitt S5 minutes minutesaud minutesand minutesand
and 1 and 15 seconds secondsFifth secondFifth secondsFifth
Fifth lap final 100 miles Buick 30 30H 30H
H P Strang U4 minutes 1 145seconds 145secondsand 45secondsand
and Buick 18 II IL P DeWitt 104 min minutea minutes minutes
utes and 24 seconds secondsOne secondsOne secondsOne
One mile motorcycle record trials trialsWalter trihlsWalter trialsWalter
Walter Georke 7 h p Iiu Indian lan 45 15 15second 15eeond 15second
second 47 4745 45 seconds Robert Stubbs StubbsBirmingham StuiJhsBirmingham StubbsBirmingham
Birmingham Ala 7h 7 h p Indian 4025 4025second 4t ° 25 25second 5 5second
second 48 35 second A G Chapple ChappleNew ChappleNew happleNew
New York 7 h IL p Indian 50 0 seconds secondsEugene secondsEugene st cordsEugene
Eugene Gaestli New Xe York 0 h p NS NSU N S SU SU
U 56 35 seconds secondsQuarter secondsQuarter secondsQuarter
Quarter mile bicycle dash Joseph A AFogler AFOiler AFogler
Fogler Brooklyn first time 30 3015 15 sec seconds seconds seeonds ¬
onds second Worthington L Mitten MittenDavenport MittenDavenport 1ittenDavenport
Davenport la third E F Root Bos Boston Boston Boston ¬
ton fourth F Gordon Walker Austra Australia ¬
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WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAYThe Y YThe
The greatest day of record rtl ofll breaking breakingthat
that the Florida Beach has ever known knownand knownand knownand
and it has always been bel n a worlds record recordholder rlcor rlcorhold recordholder
holder hold r was the second day of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Daytona Tournament of
1909 The beach was in perfect condi condition conditiun condition ¬
tion and almost flawless in every way
and an for five hours from 1 to 6 oclock oclockthe
the speed merchants of all kinds on bi bic
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c cles motorcycles and automobiles had hadtheir I Itheir Itheir
their innings but the most recent developnfent devel1 devel1opment
opment opJUe t of a power vehicle vehiclethe the aero aeroplane aeroplancwas aeroplanewas
plane plancwas was unable to fly owing to the thestrong thestroJlg thestrong
I Idown
strong 30mile south wind which blew blewdown blewdown
down the course but which materially materiallyaid materiallyaided j jaided
aided aid d the record chasers on their theirstraightaway their theirsiraightaway
siraightaway trials trialsA II
A great secondday audience was in at attendance ¬
tendance and the fainthearted dealers dealersand dealersI dealersand dealersand I
and makers who did not enter their cars carsin carsin
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in the various programs of this week weekwill weekwill
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will have cause to regret the wonderful wonderfulrecords wonderfulrecords i irecords
records made here hereDaytona hereDaytona
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Daytona itself is now worldfamous worldfamousthrough worldfamoustbtOugh worldfamousthrough
through the amount of publicity themeet the themeet themeet
meet has attracted owing to the record recordbreaking I I I
breaking going on this week and the i ipublicspirited Ipublicspirited lpublicspirited
publicspirited citizens of the town may maywell maywell I Iwell
well congratulate con ratulate themselves s for wh what whatthey it itthey i ithey
they have done in calling the attention attentionof I
of the world to Delightful Dayton Daytonnand Daytonand
and its wonderful beach beachThe beachThe I I
The record breaking started with the theefirst thefirst I II I
first event when Joseph A Fogler made madea madeanew I
a anew new worlds record in a half mile pro professional proof prooffessional prol prolfessional ¬ i
fessional bicycle race when he lightly lightlyskinned lightlyskinned lightlyskinned
skinned over the light beach in 47 15 15seconds 15s1conds 15seconds
seconds Oscar Hedstrom next hustled hustledj hu hustledhis > tled tledI
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his new Indian racer a 2cylinder 10J 10Jh 10 10h 10I 10Ih
h p production which he called Hot Hotshot 1Iot1 1Iot1shot hotshot
shot over the measured mile in 44 35 35seconds 35secondsanother 35secondsanother
seconds secondsanother another world record The The5mile The5mile =
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5mile 5 mile motorcycle cars also produced a anew anew
new worlds record when Walter Goerke Goerkdrove I Idrove
drove his 7 h p Indian motorcycle mot rcycle over i ithe i ithe 1 1the
the course in 3 minutes 30 15 seconds secondsThe secondsThe i
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The racing cars next had their innings i iand Iand Iand
and in the 5 mile invitation race George GeorgeRobertson j jRobertson 1Robertson
Robertson fairly flung the big 120 h p pBenz pllenz PBenz
Benz over the electric timing tape in it
2 minutes 45 4515 15 seconds Ralph De DePalma DePalmu DePalmti
Palma in the Fiat Cyclone vas ns second secondThe secondThe
The best previous record for 5 miles mileswas mileswas mileswas
was Marriott of 247 15 in 30 h p pStanley pStanley pStanley
Stanley steamer and Lancia in 110 Fiat Fiatof Fiatof I Iof
of 254 25435 35 seconds on Jan 24th 1905 1905The 1905The 1905The
The speed of this race was marvelous marvelousconsidciing marvelousconilcting I IcOll I
considciing cOll idel lIf the car was S covering COl nr ten tenyards tenyards tenyards
yards every 15 secondThere second secondThere secondThere
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There was a breathing spell to the big bfofellows bigfellows bigfellows
fellows between their trials a record recordrace recordrace recordrace
race for motorcycles o ocr er the ten mile milecourse milcour <
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course cour e came next A G Chapple was 1
first f r t on his Indian Motorcycle ami he heg hemade hemade hemade g
made a new worlds record for mutorcy mlltorcycles motorcvIles i icles i
cles for ten miles in S min 57 seconds secondsWalter seondsWalter secondsW
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Walter W alter Georke was second in 1012 101245 101245Wm 45 45Win 1 i iWit
Win Wray Jr was third in 1200 120035 35 35It j jIt I IIt 1
It was in this race that the t he first acci acciden act actden acelden
den t of the day occurred Hobt Stubbs Stubbsof
of Birmingham Ala while passing an another another another ¬
other driver turned out in the soft sand sandand sandand sandand
and his front wheel buckled a tire came cameon citingoff I Ioff I
on off and both he and the machine turned turneda
a dozen somersaults in the air beforethey before beforethey IHfonthey
they landed The machine was wrecked wreckedand wreckedI wreckedand wreckedand
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and Stubbs after receiving rlcl ing some attention at atten ten tention i i ition
tion from the surgeons sUrgl 0 0to OI1S was able to walk walkto i ito
to the club house j jThe iThe f fThe
The 10mile invitation imlta t ion race between betweenthe het wen i ithe
the big 120h p Benz and the 150h p pFiat pFiat pFiat
Fiat was next pulled oIL IXivid Bruce BruceBrown BruccBrown BruceBrown 1 i
Brown the young young amateur driver was wasfirst I Ifirst Ifirst
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first in 5 minutes 14 25 seconds Ralph RalphDe
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De Pulma on the Fiat Cyclone va w vasecond a5 a5second i iecond
second in 5 minutes 29 45 seconds De DePalmas D DPalmas DePalmas
Palmas last mile just ju > t before he crossed ciosscdthe i ithe
the tape was a furious one and he was wustimed wastimed va vatimed
timed the last mile separately although althoughi altl tou gl1 gl1not
not officially in 20 seconds Both of ofthe ofthe
the great drivers broke Arthur C M MDonalds It ItDonalds
Donalds previous record made January
21 1905 of 6 minutes 15 seconds made madein
in a 90 90h h p Napier NapierJoe i iJue
Joe Fogler the bicycle champion bv bvone hyoue byone
one and a half lengths won the 2 i mile milebicycle i ibicycle
1 bicycle race in 3 minutes 45 15 seconds secondswhich wcon s swhich
which was also incidentally a new n w rec record r record c cord ¬
ord to the speedy Brooklynite BrooklyniteUnfortunately Brooklynitelnfortunat11y Brooklynitetnfortunately
Unfortunately in the 2mileammuie 2mileammuietrial 2ruile mile1minllttrial antiuue antiuuetrial =
trial the electric timing apparatus failed failedto faih d
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to work but from the way w y the bin Benz lienrolled Benzrolled Benzrolled
rolled over the course and the whirling whirlingtrail wlllrlintrail whirlingtrail
trail of white sand that it left in iii its itswake itswake
wake it must have beaten Marriotts Marriottsj larr ltts lttsold
j i old record of 28 S 15 seconds SetOnllIn >
i In the last event of the day the IOU 1UUmile IOUmile IU0mile
mile piston displacement class nu race e in ini inwhich
i which there were seven staiteis the theBenz t flitBenz 11 11I
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Benz pnz broke a piston on the first lap lapafter lapafter lapafter
I after starting two minutes late for lack lackof 1pckof Hkof
of gasoline The Fiat Cyclone drive drueii drin1hy
i i by Ralph DePahna of course ellr > c iiuidt tin thfbest tinbest thbest
best time covering co > rin the IOU 00 miles m ir 7tt 7ttminutes 7 7minutes t tminut
minutes s and 55 5 seconds or ut the late lateof ruteof rateof
of 78 miles per hour Lewis P Strung Strungbehind St Strang Strangbehind rmg rmgbehind
behind the wheel of a Buick iliad the thesecond t thesecond le lesccond
second best time of 90 minutes 24 s sonds sec seconds ec econds
onds and George DeWitt was third o othe othe othe
the time list Ii t also in a Bti Buick k in 99 I min minutes mioute nliautc ¬
ute 27 45 second both the Buick Buickswinning BuickI Buickwinning
I winning in their different classes in record rec record reeord ¬
ord time DePuInia Del alma although he had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not beaten the 100 mile record of Maur Maurice Maurice Iaurice
ice Berniu B rnin in the Renault of last year yearwhen yearwhen par parwhen
when he did di 100 miles in 72 7 ° minutes 56 Ii >
15 seconds kept on and cov covI e V
j I I ered one more lap or 120 miles in the thenew theI
I new record time of 93 minutes 41 35 35seconds 3 3seconds 33seconds
seconds thus easily supplanting Ce Cedriuos Cedrinos
1 driuos 128 mile record r cortl of last year ycarI
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made in the same car of 103 minutes minutesand minutesand minutesand
and 11 seconds secondsThe secondsThe
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The days summaries follow Half HalfMile HalfMile HalfMile
Mile Professional Bicycle Event E ent rolling rollingstart rollingstart rollingstart
start First Joseph A Fogler Brook Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn ¬
lyn N Y time 4715 47 15 seconds Sec Second Second Seeond ¬
ond W L Mitten Davenport la laThird IaThird IsThird
Third E F Root Boston Fourth FourthSaxon FourthSaxon FourthSaxon
Saxon Williams WilliamsOneMile WilliamsOneMile WilliamsOneMile
OneMile Motorcycle Ttrr Tir > f Trials Os Oscar Oscar ¬
car Hedstrom Springfield d Mass 10h 10 10h 10h
h p 2cylinder Indian 44 3 i 5 seconds secondsFiveMile secondsFiveMile
FiveMile F e hle Motorcycle Time Trials TrialsWalter TrialsWalter TrialsWalter I
Walter Gcerke G rke Brooklyn N 7 Y first firsttime firsttim firsttime
time 33015 Second Robert Stubbs StubbsBirmingham Stubbsllirmingham StubbsBirmingham
Birmingham Ala time 333 Third ThirdA
A G Chappel New York time 352 352Fourth 352FourthEugene 352Fourth
Fourth FourthEugene Eugene Gastle G tle time 428 428FiveMile 428Fi f fFiteMile
FiveMile Fi eMile Invitation In Automobile Race RaceFirst Ractl RaceFirst
First l < rst George Robertson Benz time
245 15 Second Ralph De Palma PalmaFiat PalmaFiat PalmaFiat
Fiat Cyclone CycloneFive CycloneFive CycloneFive
Five Mile Southern Championship ChampionshipFirst I IFirst
First PopeHartford GusGrosjean Gus Grosjean sec secoud second
ond Cleveland James Laughlin L8u hlin 3rd 3rdthird 3rdthird
third Locomobile George Robertson Robertsonfourth Robertsonfourth Robertsonfourth I
fourth Cadillac Herbert Lytle fifth fifthBuick fifthBuick i iBuick
Buick F B Myers No time taken takenTen takenfen
Ten Mile Amateur Motorcycle Record RecordTrials RecordTrials RecordTrials I
Trials 61 Cu In Piston Displacement Displacementfirst
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first A G Chapple time 857 second secondWalter second1Valter
Walter Georke 1012 45 third Wmray Wm WmWray WmWruy I
Wray ray Jr 130 13035 35 35Ten I tTen ITen
Ten Mile Invitation Race First Benz BenzDuxid i iDadd I IDavid
David Bruce Brown time 514 51425 25 secands sec seconds ¬
ands ld Fiat t Cyclone Ralph De Palma Palmatime Palmatime
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time 529 i 9 45 45Two 4iTwo 45Two
Two Mile Bicycle Race First Jos A AFogler AI AIFogler AFogler
Fogler time 345 34515 15 second E F FRoot FRoot FRoot
Root Third W V L Mitten
100 Mile Piston Displacement Class ClassRace ClassRace Classitace
Race First lap 20 miles Fiat Cyclone CycloneBalph CycloneRalph CycloneBalph
Balph De Palma 17251 17 25 Buiek Bur Burman Burman Burmati
man 2110 Buick Strang 2122 2122Cleveland I IClenland ICleveland
Cleveland Laughlin 3rd 2127 Cadillac Cadil Cadillae Cadillal
lae Lytle time 2229 Buick De DeWitt DeWitt De1Vitt
Witt 3044 3044Second 30HSecond 3044Second
Second lap 40 miles Fiat time time5j
3256 5j Buick Burman 38 Buick BuickStrang BuickStrang
Strang 3903 Buick DeWitt 4009 4009Buick 4009Buick 4009Buick
Buick Myers 5212 Cadillac 530415 530415Cleveland 5304 15 15Cleveland I
Cleveland Clenland6353 6353 Third lap 60 miles milesFiat i iFiat
Fiat time 4802 25 Buick Strang I
5554 35 Buick DeWitt 5559 15 15Buick 15Buick 15l3uick
Buick Myers 8610 25 Cleveland Clevelandi ClevelandSS36
KX30 15 Cadillac 9207 Fourth lap
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80 o miles Fiat 6236 623615 15 Buick Strang j I7a05
7a05 15 Buick DeWitt 7931 25 25Fifth 25Fifth
Fifth lap 100 miles Fiat 7655 Buick BuickStrung I
Strung 9024 Buick DeWitt9927 DeWitt 9927 992745 992745Sixth 45 j jSixth I ISixth
Sixth lap la 120 miles Ralph De Palma Palmadriving
driving the Fiat Cyclone kept on and andcovered andcoerd andcovered I
covered the 120 miles in 93 minutes 1 1I I
4 41 I 35 seconds secondsNout 1 1Continued
Nout Continued < < 0111 i iuurd 11 ucJ on Htoond Sk copd Pairti PairtiBE Pagt n nRRK I Ii ICUlCKfNS i
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Names Dont Go With Pres Present Present
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Council met in regular m session Mon Mon1 Mon1day londay
day evening President Cove in the thehiir theIlmir thechair
chair < Present Aldermen Osborne Osbornei i ionmd iI
i onrnd Schmidt and Klock KiockBills j jBills I IBills
Bills to the amount of 3 3rented 18575 pre preMnted
rented and ordered paid paidThe paidThe I
The report of the city physician pre presented preSfII prevented ¬
vented SfII ttd and accepted aecept acceptedA d I
A communication from the City CityTreasurer CityTreasurer CityTreasurer
Treasurer demanding the auditing of his hishooks hisI hisbooks I
books etc was read It was accord a cord cordiugly
ingly moved and carried that the Fl Flnance Fi Finance ¬ i iIHinc
nance Committee either audit School i ITru5tees tTrustees
Trustees City Treasurers and other otherdty othercity
city ofliciaU offici books or hire an auditor auditorto
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to do so soAn soAn 1 1An
An ordinance to grant to the East EastHonda I IFlorida
Florida Telephone Company a franchiseto franchise j jto I Ito i
to construct operate and maintain tele telc1 telc1phone telephone
phone system was returned by Ord OrdlIance Ordnance
nance Committee Moved by Alderman AldermanSchmidt
Schmidt seconded by Alderman Klock Klockto i ito +
to table same Carried unanimously unanimouslyOrdinance unanimouslyOrdinance
Ordinance committee presented an or ori LrciilalH ordiiiance
i dinauct entitled cn ti tIed An ordinance provid providing providing providing
ing for and requiring bonds to be furi furiniahed fur i ini5hd inished
niahed by themembers thc members of the Board of ofPublic of ofPublic 1 1Public
Public Works of the City of Daytona DaytonaCarried DaytonaCarried I ICurrild
Carried Amount II uut filled in at 1 > t 10000 10000Ordinance f r rOrdinance
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Ordinance committee presented an anordinance anordinance anordinance
ordinance entitled An ordinance tore torepeal to re rei reipeal i ipeal
peal an Oidinance Ol illU1ce entitled An OrdinancC Ordi Ordinance OrdiIl
nance Il mcc to change the names nam of certain certainStnvts certaintnts certainStrcits
Stnvts tnts and Avenues A venues in the City of Day Daytona Daytotla i itUll
tona Parsed on first and second read readinsjs readjugs I Iiugs
jugs all voting aye ie but Alderman Osi Osiborne OS OSborne Osborne
borne who oted no wishing streets streetsrenamed streetsnlIalllcd streetsrenamed
renamed a as 1 = done by retiring rctirin council councili
An n ordinance e was presented and pass passed passed passeel
ed on ou n first reading to prohibit the runnng run runrung
rung 11 0 0and ut t large of chickens turkeys gee geese geeseand uee5f e J Jand I
and other domestic and domesticated domesticatedfowls
fowls in the city of Daytona DaytonaE
E L Stewart M 1 D was appointed appointedcity
city cit physician for ensuing year yearCollars yearUollar
tCollars Collars 2 cents all style st leof of shirts shirtalo
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house sulphur or salt water baths electric lights furnace f < 1rnBed beat and telephone telephoneSome telephoncHome C Csomte
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