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SATURDAY SA TURDA Y MARCH 27 1909
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The great feature of the third day of ofthe ofthe oft
t the Daytona Beach races was the bril brilliant brilt
4 t 1 1jIinnt liant manner in which young Waltei WalteiGwrkc WTajteiGwrke lltt1 lltt1jGu
jGu Gwrkc > rke of Brooklyn N V on a bright abrightred brightred
Indian motor motorcycle JUotorcyeJe niotorcycle ¬
red 7h p 3cylinder 2 indlr
cycle of 01 cu in piston displacement displacementbroke < nt ntbrokf
broke > the Brookhmds England SmiU SmiUcement 8nhitCi mil milCCU1nt
i cement track record of 08 is miles 13SG 13SGyards 1 13S0yards asoyud5
yards The race the last one of a long longdays lOIl lOIldl1Ys longdatys
min minutes mini mm mmutes
days program was started at 10 ¬
i utes after 5 ClOck 0 and finished in in the thefast thtfnst
7 fast gathering darkness under a cloudy cloudystarless doudystllrlss c1oulystur
starless stur ss sky and the bUfpense of the thewaiting tIllwaitillg tluwaiting
waiting officials and spectators was in intense int intenseas ¬
tense t tenseas < nseis as they listened for the roar of ofthe ofhe ofthe
the he exhaust of Garkes machine as the theend tillend theend
end of the th hour drew drewnear near Sudden Suddenljhe I Ihe
i he appeared and as he flushed across acrossthe acrossthe acrossthe
the tape his noisy exhaust hi liied ed vol volume volumes volr volurnes ¬
ume of fire as he finished the G9 9 milts miltsnecessary millsl1ecessary iiiilesH
H r necessary to beat the record in 58 min minutes lHinutes miiiUtes
utes 5 45 seconds having just 34 15 15seconds 15seconds 15j
j seconds to spare inside of the hour hourGrerke hourG hourGerkc
Grerke G rlc was very tired but was roundly roundlycheered roundlychrcrcd roundlyS roundlyclwercd
cheered for his brave l > rave work and it will willbe willbe willbe
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be many rtday before this n record cord is ap approached npprouhed approLched ¬
proached for ur the course was very fast fastami faslanll fastan1
ami the strOng west wind which swept sweptacross SWPplacrnss swel1c
across the course all day had died down downto downJ
c J to an almost perfect lull at sunset The Therecord Thet
record was made over a 10mile straight straightaway traightawav ¬
44 t
and Eu
away course A G Chapple
31 gene Guslel also lau i but did not finish finishW
h 2 W > < Robeit I Stubbs of Birmingham Ala Aluhad Alahad Alahad
had his second fall during the week weekwhen weekwhcn weekwhen
when on his first two miles of the race racehis racehis racer
r his front tire burnt and threw him heav heavily heavily hieavi ¬
i ily At 49 miles no time having been beentaken beentaken beenk
k taken for the firbt 0 and Iln 29 miles Gurke Gurkewas G < erkl erklwas
I was well iiibideof inside of the record fcor doing the theS
S 40 miles in 41 minutes 23 seconds secondsChappie secondsChapple secondsc
c Chapple covered the 49 miles in 50 min minutes minutes niinutes ¬
utes 41 oj I I 15 seconds and Gastel in 52 52minutes 52minutes 52minutes
minutes 51 B conds acondslhe BcOfldSThe condsThe
The day was largely devoted to bicy bicycle b bicydc y yell ¬
ell and motorcycle events even t bicycles and andmotorcycles an anmotorcycles andmotorcycles
motorcycles being very pooular in in the thecities thecitils thecities
cities of the south where like in Day Daytona Daytona luyc ¬
c tona good roads abound aboundThe aboundThe
1 The record breaking of the week was wascontinued wascontinued wasCOntiliucIl
continued when in the mile motor motorcycle motorcycle niotorc niotorcycle ¬
c cycle trials Robert Stubhs of Binning Binningham
ham Ala covered a mile in 43 25 25seconds 25seconds 25SeCoUIs
seconds supplanting till previous rec rccOI recoids
01 oids ds S of the first day of the meet of
5 45 15 seconds secondsIn s seoridIn cund cundIn
In the kilometer motorcycle record recordtrials recordtriuls recordii
ii trials a kilometer measuring lIH suring 3281 t SI feet feetor feetor
or 1094 yards a new record was pro produced produced produced ¬
duced by Champion Walter Goerke Goerkewhen Goerkewhen Goerkewhen
when he covered eOefl d the kilometer in
27 2 45 II seconds secondsRalph secondsUulph secondsIlifiphi
Ralph DcPahna driving the Fiat Cy Cyclone Cyclone Csclone ¬
clone had a walkover in the one mile mileinvitation mileinvitation mileI
I i invitation automobile race which he hecovered hecovered
1 covered in ll the tl Iw > w time of 37 25 5 sec seconds spconds seel ¬
l onds and local interest was lS aroused in a acouple aoulle ai
couple of good four mile impromptu impromptuautomobile impromptuautomobilc iIiprolflptUautomobile
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automobile handicaps in which h < h eight eightcars cightcar
ii cars > started The winner turned up in inu
1 u visitor Inglis N Uppercu the well wellknown wellknown
1 known Cadillac Ca < iIlac dealer of New York and andNewark andJ
J Newark who drove his hi own good Cad Cadiliac CadI Cadiliac
I iliac touring car to victory in 53 5 32 2 5 5with 5with 5with
with an allowance af 1 min 5 sec The ThePopeHartford ThePopeHartford ThePopehartford
PopeHartford 30 O owned by E H HHotchkiss IIHotchkiss 11I
I p Hotchkiss of Daytona Beach was sec second sceond seee ¬
e ond from the thein 50 second scon < 1 mark and an another anot111r ani ¬
i other local car ar Seamans 30 1 Stoddanl StoddanlDayton thardDayton
1 Dayton was as third hir i fiom the tll < 30 second secondmark SICOIICImark ectnidI
I mark markThe markTim iiiarkr
r The second of the two 4mile handi handicaps humlicup handii ¬
i caps = was won by the PopeHartford in inf
f 55 3 5 from the 1 minute mark with withRalph withllalrh withI
I Ralph De Palma who entered the Fiat FiatCyclone F FiatI lt ltCyclone
I Cyclone just for sport spor second from fromscratch fromscratch fromii
ii scratch scrat eli in the net time I of 3 min 10 l 6 sec secwhile SICwhile
1 while Seamans StoddardDayton StoddardDaytonwi Stoddard Day ton tontI I
tI wi third thirdti again againIt
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It is interosHijs to note that Goerke Goerkein
in hi Hi Ilight htnguinut agt nst time t on his > motor motorcycle motorcyele motorI ¬
cycle traxeled at the astonibhmij rate of ofit
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it 70 miles and 1400 yards per hour on the thelittle thllittle theII
II little Iwow twohe twovhieeIer twovhieeIerI heeler heelerThe < er erThr
I j The days summaries follow followOne followOnc followOne
One mile motorcycle trials Robert RobertStubbs RubertStubbs RobeitStubbs
Stubbs Birmingham ninuin lmm Ala firot time
4 43 14 seconds best previous record recordf
f 45 15 1 > seconds A G 1 Chappie second secondtime secondt
U I time t ine 43 15 seconds secondsHalf stcondsHaIr secondsI
I Half mile professional handicap won wonby wonby voni
1 Y by J Gordon Gor OII Walker tlker Australia Aus rllill 70 yds ydstime ydstime
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1 time 57 5 35 second Fnd Hill Boston Boston50yds Boston50yds BostonI
I 50yds 50 yjq third E 1 L Collins Collin LynnMass LynnMassGO I IIII b bGO
GO yard yardQuarter yardultter yardi
I i ii i Quarter t ultter mile amateur bicycle won by byFrank hyFmnk byi
i iff Frank AValiant A time 3S ll 1 Mcomk Mcomksecond sleondsecond secomidst
t second Walter WiI r Georke thud tIli d Eugene EugeneGaestal EugtllGacst11 EugeneGaestal
Gaestal GaestalKilometer Gacst11I GaestalIcilomnctermotorcvele
Kilometer I IOlllcterll1otoreyce motorcycle record trial t1 t1kilollletfr a akilometer ac
c kilometer is 3281 feet or 1014 I I mt yards yardswon ymhwon yardswon
won by byt bylkr vFalJrr ltlO Goerke erke Brooklyn time
27 45 secojidssecond seroJ1ds s second Robert Stubhs StubhsBirmingham SttlhhBirmingham StubbsBirmingham
Birmingham Ala time 28 S 1 15 5 second secondOne seloncJfOne SCeOnlSOne
One mile professional bicycle handi handicap handicap handicap ¬
cap won WO by Fred Hill Boston ICO ICOyards ICOyards
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yards time 234 15 second J J Gur Gordon GurJ Gurdon
I IE
J don Walker Australia 120 yards third thirdJE thirdf
JE J F Root Boston Bo5too25 25 yards
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One mile invitation automobile race racewon rilCIwon racewon
won by Ralph IV D Palma Fiat Cyclone Cyclonewalk Cy Cyclonewalk < lone lonewalk
walk over time 37 7 25 25Halfmile 25Halfmilt 25Halfmile
Halfmile bicycle amateur nmat < tlr won by byEugene byEugene
Eugene Gaestel time 135 1 35 Frank A AValiant AValiant
Valiant second William Wray ray Jr Jrthird Jrthird Jrthird
third thirdOne thirdOne thirdOne
One mile bicycle professional won by byJoe byJoe byJoe
Joe Foular Fo lar Brooklyn time 301 15 15econd 15e 15seCOfl1
econd e ond Gordon Walker Australia third thirdWalter thirdWaltcr thirdWalter
Walter Bardgett Buffalo BuffaloOne BuffaloOne BuffaloOne
One mile motorcycle best two in inhrce inthrce inthree
three heats first heat won by l Walter Walterlo WalterGorke > r rGor
Gor Gorke lo > rke Robert Stubbs second A G GChappie GChapple 0Chapple
Chapple third second heat won by byStubbs byt bySlulibs
Stubbs t I1hl Gnorke > second Chap le third thirdthird thirdthird thuirdthird
third heat Chappie first Goerke Go < rkp second secondand RPcondand
and Stubbs third The winner > Walter r WalterGocrke 1Valterioejkp TnIlerGorkf
Gocrke > 7 points second Robert RobertStubbs RolertStnhbs
Stubbs 0 j points third A G Chappie ChaimpleS
5 point pointFour po pointsFour nt ntFour
Four mile handicap niitnmobip Won Wonby Yonby Vonby
by T N tTppercu 30 Cadillac 1 min 5 5sec 5c 5sec
sec > c time 5 03 O 25 2 second Mr Jr Ilotch Ilotchkis Hotlhki hlotchkiss
kiss ki 30 PopeH PopeHrtford rtford 50 seconds secondsthird secondRthird secondsthird
third Seaman 11t1IIRfl5 30 o StoddardDayton Stoddard Day ton 30 30Four 30NO 30seeo
NO df dfFour
Four mile handicap Xo 2 won by byIntchki byHotehik i iHothki
Intchki isa s PopeHurt I hart ford 30 seconds secondstime spcondstinw secondstime
time 5 05 35 second e or1 Ralph Hal ph De Palma Palmnscratch Palmoscrateh Palmascratch
scratch sic net time 31f > third Sea Seamans Seamans Seamans ¬
mans StoddardDayton 30 seconds secondsOne secondsOne secondsOne
One mile motorcycle record race to toHeat tohpat toheat
Heat Brooklands England track record recordof
of G8 miles 1380 yards won by Walter WalterCJoerke WaJtlrGoerle Walterloerke
CJoerke 7 h p Indian time 53 min mm 25
45 sec for 69 miles mil < Goerkes time for
49 miles 41 min mm 23 sec A G Chap Chappie ChappI Chappie ¬
pie pI 1 Eugene Eu ene Gastel and Robert Stubbs Stubbsalso Stubbsalso Stubbsalso
also ran
THE FLY fLYER FIVERILL FLYERvILL
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There has been h en the greatest interest interestfrom interCstfrom interestfroni
from the first announcement of the arri nrrivul arriul arrivat
vat ul upon the beach of Carl Bates dirigi dirigible lirigible ¬
ble aeroplane to see an ascension and andaerial andllrial andaerial
aerial manoeuver manoeuverJJo
JJo o one jnter interested < sted in seeing se < ng the aero aeroplane aeroplane acrelhue ¬
plane soar heavenward is > half so much naichinterested muchinterested
I IintlTlsted
interested in a flight as is Mr Baes BaesHe BaeslIe Ilaeslie
lIe is fairly itching to do a sailing stunt stuntThe stuntThe stuntfhic
The layman does not understand the theconditions thecon theconditions
conditions con itions and environments environ ments essential essentialfor essen f lal lalfor
for a flight flightTlio flIghtTh flightrllie
Tlio Th machine is i of f delicate mechanism mechanismand
and is not built to withstand the winds windswhich windwhil win1sW1tih1
which h have h prevailed at the hours the thepublic thepuhlic thepublic
public has wanted to witness a flight flightMr
Mr Bates came here to make a flight flightHe flightlie
He confidently believes he will do so soand solnd soand
and announces that he is determined determinedupon
upon staying where he is till favorable favorableconditions faornhlecOliditions favorableconchitiorts
conditions arise for such flight flightThe HightLIfE flightLIFE
LIfE SNUffED SNUffEDOUT SNUFFEDOUT
OUT AT BEACH BEACO1tt
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The 111 < GnzettpNews has several times timeswarned timeswanlld timeswnrIitl
warned dog owneis to keep their pugs pugsand pugslnd pugsand
and poodles away from rein the beach beachduring bearhduring beachluring
during the races Heedless of the warn warning warning ¬
ing a fo fox f tcrrior was on the grounds groundsearly groundsearly groundsearly
early I hunsday morning morningDuring morn morningIuring mg
During the thunder storm lightning lightningstruck lightningstruck lightningstruck
struck a telephone pole and the little littledog littledog littledog
dog being near the base ha e caught a bolt boltand boltand boltand
and expired Such is the penalty for fordisobeying fordisb fordisobeying
disobeying disb > Yln warnings and defying ele elemcntf element dcnients
mcntf mcntfMEETING mentMEETING nientsMEETING
MEETING TO BE BEAt BEHELD BEHELD
HELD IN MAY MAYltllt
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At the annual meeting of the execu executive ex executive CU CUtie ¬
tive committee of the State Horticultur Horticultural r ¬
al 11 Society recently held in Jacksonville Jacksonvilleit
it was decided to hold the meeting of oftho ofth ofthe
the th society in Dij Daytona tona Tuesday Wed Wednesday Wedncsday Wednesday ¬
nesday Thursday and Friday May IS ISH
10 20 O and 21 21This 21This 21This
This society which is a large and popu popular popular P0PUlar ¬
lar one in the State is to hold its meet meeting meeting meeting ¬
ing here at the invitation of the city citycouncil
council coun i1 and the board of trade extend extended xtcnded ¬
ed in April nearly nenrl a year a ago o There is isusually isU isusually
usually U U3Jly a large attendance and probably probablywill
will be this time especially espcc llly as Daytona Daytonawas
was given g en the preference over several severalother severalother
other pressing invitations in to other places placesIt
It is important that the society be prop properly proprly properly ¬
erly > received and the members be given givenan
an opportunity to see the many beau beautit beautirs
tit t tirs ts s and advantages of Daytona and in inorder inqrder
Qrder to do this properly work to that thatend thatend
end should be at once begun and the thematter timematter
matter not left to drug along Until too toolate toolate tooltetodojtcrecjjt jl jlmatter
late ltetodojtcrecjjt to do it i credit
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SEABREEZE March 26 26Admiral 26AdmiralBrooks 26AdmiralBrooks Admiral AdmiralBrooks
Brooks and his charming family who whohave whohave whohave
have spent the winter at Miss Mi s Russells Russellsleave Rucsellsleave Russellsleave
leave today for St Augustine en route routeto
to their home at Erie Pa They will be bemissed bemissed bemissed
missed by a large circle of friends friendsMiss friendsIiss friendsliss
Miss May Morrison came over from fromGlencoe fromGlencoe fromGlencoe
Glencoe Monday morning on a visit to toMrs toMrs toMrs
Mrs Gilmore on Atlantic avenue Mis MissMorrison Mislorrison MisMorrison
Morrison has closed a winter term as asteacher asteacher asteacher
teacher of the public school at Glencoe GlencoeMrs Glencoelrs
Mrs lrs O F Green and sonAllen Green Greenund Greenand Greenand
and sister Mrs H Green arrived from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the south yesterday yester ay and are temporarily temporarilyorated temporarilylocated temporarilylocated
located at The Glcnnwood Allen AII n Green Greenis
is s a prominent writer of child stories storieshaving storieshaving torieshaing
having attained much success in this thisline thisline thisline I
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line for a young man manWas mallWas miumiWas
Was there ever any staged play half so sointeresting soin soiuiteresting
interesting in as the unstaged play of a big bigenthusiastic bigenthusil1stic bigenthusiastic
enthusiastic crowd Of course every everybody everybody everybody ¬
body was at the races yesterday and the theday theday theday
day before beforeDclightful Delightful Daytona D ytona and andher andher andher
her bright galaxy of f visitors and her herauxiliary herauxiliary herauxiliary
auxiliary towns It was enough of a ashow ashow ashow
show just to watch the people not to tomention tomention toineiition
mention the eagerness with which the thestarting the8tarting thestarting
starting and returning racers were greet greeted ¬
ed The very stimulus of it was enough enougheven enougheen
even at the close of a rushing nU hilli winter winterseason winterseason winterseason
season to start tho blood coursing coursingthrough coursingthrough coursingthrough
through the veins and the pulse ham hammering hammering hammering ¬
mering with the impetuosity of youth youthof
of those long past pastThe pastThe pastThe
The Wills Vill Comedy Company are play playing playing playing ¬
ing to good house and will be here the theen theentiie
en entiie tiie week They are a good company companyand
and deserve > good patronage patronageThe
The Lyceum Comedy Company is isgiving iJ iJghing isgiving
giving nightly performances In their big bigtent bigt bigtent
tent t nt in Raytona Beach and everybody everybodycan
can be suited to their taste with the thereporttiro thlrepcrtilim therepertoire
repertoire reporttiroMrs
Mrs Irs and Mr Chas Paul prominent prominentOhians prominentOhiam pronminentOhians
Ohians are guests at Princess Issena IssenaH
H W V Berthel ajul nd family of St Paul PaulMinn PaulMinn PaulMinn
Minn who have been l en guests at Princess PrincessIstena PrincesIs PrincessIssemizu
Istena Is cJla for a few days left today todayAPPRECIA todayAPPR
APPRECIA APPR ECIATIO nON N
Of THE THEMA THEMATCHLESS
MA MATCHLESS TCULfSSA
A Lady Visitor Yields To The TheTemptation TheTemptation
Temptation To Speak SpeakHer SpeakHer Speakher
Her Views ViewsA ViewsA ViewsA
A PLACE OF O Ml ATTRACTIONS ATTRACTIONSAn
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An elderly lady of distinguished pres presence presence presence ¬
ence courtly bearing correct and pleas pleasing pleasing pleasing ¬
ing address handed the editor of the theDaily theDaily theDaily
Daily News the following appreciation appreciationof
of Daytona DaytonaEditorJ DaytonaEditorJIh1ing Editor EditorHaving
Having had the privilege of passing a awinter Rwinter awinter
winter in Davtona I desire before leav leaving ieaving cav caving ¬
ing to 1 add my tribute to the many manywords manywords manywords
words of praise which are so universally universallyexpressed universallyexpressed universallyexpressed
expressed by its winter visitors visitorsThe visitorsThe visitorsThe
The geographical position and features featuresof
of Daytona are strikingly unique Its Itsextensive Ilscxttns Itsextensive
extensive cxttns c and beautiful river front its itsproximity itsproximity itslmrxiiilitY
proximity to the ocean which is bound bounded ¬
ed at this point by a beach at once the theadmiration themlmimtiou timeallmuiratiou
admiration and the envy of its immedi immediate ¬
ate neighborhood its beautiful penin peninsula pen peninsula in insull ¬
sula which separates the river from the thesea tillsea timesea
sea and forms a natural pleasure ground groundfor
for picnics pi < nics and excursions all combine combineto
to render Daytona a place ofrare and andexceptional andlxcrptional andexceptional
exceptional attractiveness attract cness These fea features featuresof teaures ¬
tures turesof ures of natural beauty beautybae have been greatly greatlyaugmented greatlyaugllUntld greatlyaugmented
augmented by the art and industry of ofits ofits ofits
its people peoplePcifectly peoplePcrfectly peoplePerfectly
Perfectly constructed sidewalks have havebeen havebeen haveleCfl
been placed on nearly every street streetroadways streetroa streetroadways
roadways roa ways of unexcelled quality have Imvebeen havebeeu havebeen
been built and shade trees of matchless matchlessbeauty matchlessheauty matchless1cauty
beauty adorn every part of the village villageBut viJIageBut villageBut
But notwithstanding all these features featuresof
of natural and acquired beauty perhaps perhapsthat perhapsth1t perhapsthat
that which contributes the greatest greatestcharm gr greatestcharm atest atestcharm
charm to the place is its hospitable hospitableatmosphere hospitableatmosphere hospitableatmosphere
atmosphere Nothing is more notice noticeable notieeahle ¬
able to a stanger stt anger on coming to Day Daytona Daytona Daytoiia ¬
tona thaM the spirit of good will and andmutual andmutual andmutual
mutual helpfulness which is prevalent prevalenteverywhere prevalenteerywhere prevalenteverywhere
everywhere All strenuous convention conventionalism conventionalism conventionalisium ¬
alism seems to have been laid aside asideand asideand asideand
and people who meet here for the first firsttime fin firsttimime t ttime
time feel that they arc not notatrangers strangers but bula buta
a part of one large happy family with withthe withthe withtime
the same infirmities to overcome am amthe and andthe andthe
the same asperations for forhigher higher and bet better better better ¬
ter things to achieve In short it would woukbeern wouldseem wouldseem
seem that Southern chivalry and North Northern
ern altruism had combined to create in inDaytona inDaytona inDaytona
Daytona a condition of society which whichlittle is islittlt islittle
little less than ideal
M L E G GFifth GFifth 0Fifth
Fifth Anniversary AnniversaryWednesday AnniversaryWednesday AnniversaryWednesday
Wednesday being the fifth auniver auniverr anniversaryof auniversary
saryof sary r of the marriage of Capt and Mrs MrsA
A N Marshall of Norfolk Va the theguest theguest theguest
guest of the Riverside House treated treatedthem trcatedthem treatedthem
them to a little surprise As the Cap Captain Captain Captam ¬
tain tam and his wife came in from his place placerecently placertcntly placerecently
recently bought on North orth Beach Bea h street streetthey streettlley streetthey
they were greeted with music and a acrowd acrowd acrowd
crowd of people There were some very verypleasant verypleasmt verypleasant
pleasant surprises and happy greetings greetingsMrs
Mrs E EJ J Wilson hostess of The River Riverside Riverside Riverside ¬
side assisted by her daughter Mrs H HE HE
E Johnson and Miss Edith Capsey Capseyserved Capseyserved Capseyserved
served fruit punch and cake It was a avery avery avery
very delightful occasion
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DAYTONA BEACH March 21 251Ir Mr i iand iand Iand
and Mrs W V L Miller after a pleasant pleasantstay pllasantstay pleasantstay
stay of a month at the W V L Wilcoxl Wilcoxlhome Wil Vilcox Vilcoxhome ox oxhome
home on Seabreeze avenue left last lustSaturday lastSaturday
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Saturday for Marietta Ohio their home hometown hometown I
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town townA i iA
A pleasant party consistingof of Mr and andI andMrs I
Mrs Sidney Hubbell Miss Dorothy DorothyHubbell 1orothvHubbell i iHubbell
Hubbell Mrs Stanley Roberts and son sonDelniar i iDelmar IDehmnar
Delniar and Mrs J L Wilcox enjoyed enjoyedMonday enjoyedMonday
Monday at New Smyrna SmyrnaMr I
Mr and Mrs Sidney Hubbell and andfamily andfamily andfamily
family Silas Hubbell and Delmar Hub Hubball Hubballlcft Hubball
ball balllcft left yesterday y > for New York They Theywill Theywill Theywill
will spend some time enroute en route making makingshort makingshort makingshort
short visits vi i to various places of interest interestMrs InterestMrs
Mrs Urias Hambrick of Georgetcwn GcorgetcwnKy
Ky entertained a party of Kentucky Kentuckyfriends Kentuckyfrilnd Kentuckyfriends
friends Wednesday evening with wi h a shell shellluncheon shellluncheon shellluncheon
luncheon at her cottage avenue Eight Eightcovers Eightcovers Eightcovers
covers were set as follows Dr and Mrs MrsBrown MrsBrown MrsBrown
Brown Georgetown Ky Mr and Mrs MrsBest MrsBest MrsBest
Best Cincinnati Miss Hambrick De Deland Deland Dcland
land and Miss Louise Best MaysviHe MaysviHeKy
Ky All the delicacies of the sea were wereserved wereserved wereserved
served in the latest approved style and andthe andthe andthe
the occasion occasion was one of much enjoy enjoyment enjoyment enjoyment ¬
ment to those present presentMrs prc8lI1tMrs presentflrs
Mrs Sthweiger Schw < gcr and sister Mrs Kru Kruger 1rucpr Kruger
ger who have spent some time here hereleft herelefl hereleft
left Monday for St Augustine enroute enrouteto en route routeto
to Chicago to attend time wedding of ofMrs ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs Schweigers niece which takes takesplace takesplaee takesplace
place on the 30th inst instMrs instMrs instMrs
Mrs R L Wilcox has hu been very busy busyhe busythe busythe
the past season instructing a large class classin
in n oil painting and water colors Among Amonghe
the class of tourists who devoted con coniderable considerable coutsiderable
siderable of their time to the work were weredrs WfreMrs wereMrs
Mrs Stanley Roberts of New York and andJrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs A R Cove and both of whom fin finished finished ¬
ished some very crediteable portrait of ofelmar ofDelmar ofDelnuar
elmar Roberts life size which H Hlighly i ihighly ihighly
highly appreciated by his family familyPINCHED familyPINCHED
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Wednesday morning as the parade paradewas
was lining linin up for the benefit of the pho photographers photographers I110tographers ¬
tographers near the City Hall a negro negrowith nlgrowith negrowith
with his hack drove up to the curb near nearthe nenrthe uicartime
the Globe Clothing Store > Marshal MarshalMyers MarshalMyers IarshalMyers
Myers it seems from the testimony had hadtold hadtold hadtold
told the man to get his party and move moveon mo moon moveon
on onH
H T Titus who was chief officer ot otthe 01the oftime
the parade came by and told the negro negroto
to move out of the way Returning a aminute aminute aminute
minute later and finding the driver driverthere driverthere driverthere
there Mr Titus took the horse by the thebit thebit thebit
bit and led it out of the procession processionH
H E Nusbaum close by made some someremark sornremark seineremark
remark about the negro being witnin witninhis witllinhis witninhis
his rights and Mr Titus believing he hemeant hemeant hemeant
meant to interfere with him in the dis discharge discharge discharge ¬
charge of his official duties had Mr MrNusbaum MrNusbaum Ir IrNusbaum
Nusbaum arrested and taken before beforeMayor b bdoreMayor fon fonMayor
Mayor Green GreenAfter Gr GreenAfter n nAfter
After listening to all the testimony in inthe inthe inthe
the case the Mayor decided that Mr MrNusbaum MrNusbaum MrNusbaum
Nusbaum was innocent of any desire to tointerfere tointerfere tointerfere
interfere or foment trouble and he was wasdischarged wasdischarged wasdischarged
discharged dischargedManager dischargedDUST dischargedDUST
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DISINfECT DISIN FECTA ANT ANTtit NT NTManager
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Manager W J Morgan is sending sendingsome
some special dispatches to the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Globe of which he is Motoring Edi Editor Editor Editor ¬
tor In speaking to Mayor Greene ncne yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday he advocated treating Daytona Daytonastreets Daytonastrects Daytonastreets
streets with a dust laying preparation preparationwhich preparationwhich
which is used in Boston parks and has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been found to be cheaper to use than thandaily thandaily thandaily
daily sprinklings sprinklingsThe
The Superintendent of Boston Parks Parksinvented Parksinvcnted Parksinvented
invented the solution which is com composed composed coinposed ¬
posed of crude oil ammonia chloiidi chloiidiand clllol chlouideand dl dland
and water and a treatment t once oncemonth n nmonth amonth
month is all that is needed The stuff stuffholds stuffholds stuffholds
holds down the dust preserves nscrves the theroads thcroads theroads
roads and is i also a disinfectant disinfectantMr
Mr Morgan advocated a subscription subscriptionfund
fund and offered to give 25 towards it itDust itDust itDust
Dust he thinks is Daytonas only blight blightLay blightLay blightLay
Lay that II said he and it will be beDelightful beDelightful beDelightful
Delightful Daytona complete All Althe Allthe Allthe
the above material can be bought h hFlorida jnFlorida inFlorida
Florida FloridaC FloridaDELlVfRS FloridaDELIVERS
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C Herbert Purdy of o the Times TimesUnion TimesUnion TimesLTnion
Union editorial staff and who is i con eonbidered conidered considered
bidered to be a worthy successor to toHarry toHarry toHarry
Harry Cumin Wilbur who for three threeyears ulireeyears hreeyenrs
years graphically reported the Daytona DaytonaBeach Dayt ona onaBeach onaBeach
Beach races is one of the big press men menpresent menpr mumenpresent
present pr en t this week weekIn
In addition to the TimesUnion story
Mr Purdy is doing the work for the theAssociated theAssoeiated theAssociated
Associated Press his story appearing
daily in eight hundred American papers papersas
as well as in foreign papers to which it itis itis itis
is cabled The TimesUnion Times Union daily stor stories storiES stories ¬
ies are excellent
HOLDING if ifTilE p
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It costs nearly 200 to bring the theheavy thelClVY theheavy
heavy lClVY weight auto to Daytona from fromNew fromXlw fromNew
New York and the Florida East Coast CoastRailway CoastRailway CoastRailway
Railway gets half of that said a avis avisitor vis visitor visitor ¬
itor yesterday It is therefore all the themure theInure themuon
Inure i remarkable to see so many autos autosheie autoshtr autoslucre
i lucre You can take an automobile c to toEurope toEurope toEurope
Europe cheaper chl > lper than you ou can to Flor Florida Floridac Fioridaespecially
ida idac idaespecially especially fi you ou live on the East Eastor
or Vest Coast CoastImprovements CoastImprovements CoastImprovements
Improvements at Root Dry Dock DockF
F Root has had both the Klon Klondyke Klondyh Klondyke
dyke and C T Pents dredge at work workand workenlarging workenlarging
enlarging and deepening d pening the channel channelaloiz channelal1f channelalorg
aloiz Milr hi his docks cks for the storage of ofboat ofbO ofboats
boat bO lt > for fo which pnqx rlllrpose e he will have havea haveIidtra
a considerable Iidtra lc extent t shcdded shcd ed The TheCIcu TheCIl TheCheu
CIcu Iih i now in the dry dock and andwith andwith andwith
with tht crowd of craft cr Ct of all descrip description descriptiQims ¬
tion tiQims > uidcrsoinjj repairs TIpairsor or at anchor anchorin
in ln tc ifinity u l very n ry busy and pictur pictureqie pietureil picture5jid
eqie eil l MIIK is prtsented This dock is isvery isvery isvery
very convenient lOIl 111111 t for boats passing pa > sing up upand upmtl upand
and down on the river and is destined to toincrease toiu toincrease
increase iu increase < nat in uii popularity as the inside insidewtkr in iuisideW8r ide idewltcr
wtkr route to St Augustine comes comesmore COUltSmow cozuiesmore
more frequently into use Mr Root is isequipped ist isto
equipped to t handle anything anyt hing from the thesniaih thlmlihst thesuiuailtst
sniaih mlihst it to the largest boats that fre frequent frcQUllit frelUelit ¬
quent these waters watersField watersField vutcrs vutcrsField
Field of Honor Commission CommissionPerhaps CommissionPerhaps CommissionPerhaps
Perhaps wit is stimulated d by a slight slightderangement slIghtderanement slightderangement
derangement of the nerves and 111 < 1 good goodthings goodtltiug goodthings
things said on the field of battle are aresometimes aresOlUtthues aresometimes
sometimes recorded reeur ed When Bully BullyEjjan BullyE BuIlyEgLuI
Ejjan E Ul fought Curran with pistols the thebulky thebulk thebulky
bulky bulk Egan complained that his oppo opponent opponent opponont ¬
nent was as thin as a blade of grass grassLet grassLet grassLet
Let my size be chalked out upon your yourbody yourbOlly yourbody
body said Curran and any hits out ourde outside outside
side de of o lha th line shall not count countIt
It was not good form however tQj tQjnake t tmake to tomake <
make a parade of magnanimity and andhe andthe andthe
the coxcombical practice of firing In Inhe Inthe inthe
the air 111 or dumb shooting or ehil uehUlrellS ehilIrens ehiltirens
Irens play was strictly prohibited by bythe bytho bythe
the rules of which thirtysix wen wercdrawn wendrawn weredrawn
drawn up by representatives of the five fivenost flemost fivemost
most eminent counties countiesGll Gal way Tip Tipicrary TipIlerary Iiplemf
icrary Mayo SHgo and Iloscommon Iloscommonn
In n 1777 They met at the summer as assizes assizes assizes ¬
sizes at Cloumel and seem to have havelone ha hadone havedone
done their work very 1Y gravely and hon honestly honestly henestly ¬
estly Including a special rule for sim simle 8ImpIe slmtile
pIe le unpremeditated unprcUl litated encounters with withhe withthe withtime
he small sword There 1h re Is a large largeelement lartreelement largeelement
element of absurdity about It all no nodoubt nodouht nodoubt
doubt but eveif dueling has 1m > had Its It3lace Itsplfiee itsPlae
plfiee lace as a rough Inefficient test of ofmanhood ofmanhoolBlaekwoodg ofmnnhoodBlackwoods
manhood manhoolBlaekwoodg Blackwoods Magazine MagazineGrand MagazineGrand Ill a2Ine a2IneGrand
Grand People In London In 1806 1806I 1806OIl
OIl I came aIU to town on Wednesday and andIntended findIntend1 andIntended
Intended to go to the Ancient Music Musicmade Musicmade
made a Bungle about my Ticket it itwas itwas itwas
was too late to get it The Drawing DrawingRoom DrawingUoom Drawingitooni
Room was Hie he object yesterday They Theymade Theymmlc Theymade
made n mistake in my Dress It was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not deep enough for my Mourning Mourningand
and the glass lass of my Sedan Chair was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not mended Looked at my Lodgings Lodgingsfound Lo Lodgingsfound gings gingsfound
found them Abominable I walked all allover allover allover
over the Town till I was Lord how howtired howtired howtired
tired Looked in upon the Duchess of ofGoidon otGordon ofGordon
Gordon while she took off her Hoop to toDine toDine toDine
Dine with the Bedfords BedfordsThis BedfordsThIs BedfordsThis
This was Jane duchess of Gordon Gordonwho Gordonwho Gordonwho
who rode down the High I1i h street of Ed Edinburgh EdInburgh Edtuibuirgim ¬
inburgh on a pigs back in the days ays of ofher ofher ofher
her wild girlhood and raised recruits recruitsfor
for the new highland regiment when whenother whenother whenother
other means had failed by allowing allowingeach
each man to take the shilling from be between between between ¬
tween her lips Hoops were de rigueur rigueurfor
for court dress until the days of George GeorgeIV
IV Y although In private life the ladies ladiesskirts ladlessldrts lallesskirts
skirts had been growing more and andmore andmore andmore
more scanty since the days of the theFrench th thFreuch thFreuielu
French revolution reolutlonFr revohit iou From m John Hook Ilookham Hookham hookhamui
ham Frere and His Friends by Ga Gabriellts Gabr Gabriello
briellts br lH Posting PostingA 1 still
A Rude Youth YouthHow Youthhow
How do you account for this thismaam thismaunT thismaaunE I
maam maunT Ard d < 1 he held aloft a lump of ofcoal orcoal ofcoal
coal which he had just ust dug out from fromthe fromtlte fromthe
the sirloin steak steakThe stlakThe steakTh
The Th landlady landlIlI slightly si flushed flushedI I
I suppose the poor cows sometimes sometimesstray sometimesstray I Istray
stray along the th railroad track she shesaid shesaid I IsaId
said But you ou must admit the steak steakIs I Iis
Is tender tenderHe tcnderHe tenderHe
He thumped the coal with his knife knifeYes knifeI knifes knifeYes I
Yes s he said harshly locomotive ulocomotlyetender locomotivetender locomotivetender
tender tenderAmi
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Troubles TroubIesA A Daytona Citizen CitizenShows CitizenShows CitizenShows
Shows How to Cure Them ThemMai Themla1Y ThemtlLl
Mai la1Y jxople never Mispect th thirkid th4r ir kid kidiie kidhey
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eonvct itself And 1It1 so it I is with all th thother tillothe the thetlkr
other niptomt of kidney kin disorders disordersThut disordlrHThat lisOrdtrqliiat
That is just where here the danger lies hie You Toiiiiust YouIIII1t
iiiust tuie these th troubles or it may lead leadto
to diabetes S 01 Blights disease di at Th Thbet Tilllust lime limebest
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by ueak or ir diseased kidneys Daytona Daytonapeople Iaytona114l I Iplple
people 114l Ie testify to permanent t cures curesT clIresT
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for several months and wa vas as nry rv lame lameIf
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Doaus Kidney I Pill ills which w hith I procure procurefiom prlltlIrltfroIn red redfioiii
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