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deputies as per the resolution of the theBoard theor theBoerd
Board of Svperyteors will be in charge chargeof
of Ute beach be k abd a all approaches to the thebeach thebeae thebench
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Hotchkiss Party Do This Stunt StuntEasily StuntEasily StunEasily
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Rollins returned froos fro an n auto trip to toTampa toTnmpa to toTampa
Tampa yesterday afte aftenroon on in a PopeHartford Pope PopeHartford PopeHartCord
Hartford touring car driven by Auguste AugusteGrosjean AugusteGrosjean AugusteGrosjean
Grosjean They report a most successful success successful succcssful ¬
ful and interesting trip having come comethrough comethrough cormthrough
through from Tampa 190 miles in 12 12hours 12hours 1 1hours
hours running time without either englue en engine
gine or tire trouble an average of nearly neadI e1
16 I miles an ho hoLeaving hour hourLeavingramp hourLeaving
Leaving Leavingramp Tampa the road to Plant City Cityis Cityis
is most excellent Here the flatwooda flatwoodacountry flatwoodcountry atwoodscountry
country commences with fair roads to toLakeland toLakeland tcLakeland
Lakeland Leaving Lakeland more flat fiatwoods flatwoods
woods is encountered as far C r as Auburndale Auburn Auburndale Auburndale
dale where the sandhill country com conymences commences commences ¬
mences with stretches of very heavy heavysand heavysand heavysand
sand alternating with flatwoods through throughBartow througlBartow j
Bartow Junction Haines City Daven Davenport Davenport Davenport ¬
port and Loughman a distance of some
40 miles Several stream were forded fordedof fordedofvarying fordedofvarying
of ofvarying varying depths in gome the water watercoming watercomins watercoming
coming into the bed of the car From FromLoughman FromLoughman FronLoughman
Loughman the roads b came harder harderand harderand harderand
and fair time was made through Kissimmee Kis Kissimmee I is issimmee
simmee to Orlando arriving at 1 p m mfor tnfor n nCor
for luncheonLeaving luncheon luncheonLeaving I uncbeonLeain
Leaving Orlando fine roads brought broughtthe I Ithe
the party to t < the ferry ferr this tide of Sun Sanford Sunford
ford in an hours time Leaving Le vin Osteen Osteenbehind Osteenbehind Osteenbehind
behind good time was made to Enter Enterprise Enterprise Enterprise ¬
prise and Orange Or nJ City another stop br bring b bin bcing ¬
ing in made here Then on through De DeLand DeLand DeLand
Land reaching Daytona D ytollt at 530 p m mafter mJ mJafter mafter
after a most enjoyable trip from coast coastto coastto
to coast coastIN coastIN coastIN
IN CRITICAL CRITICALYesterday CRITICALCONDITION CRITICALCONDITION
CONDITION CONDITIONIt
It KRR KRRYesterday It It ItYesterday
Yesterday morning an old gentleman gentlemanby
by the name of J M Sackett who some sometime sometime sometime
time ago came to Daytona Brach and andregistered andregifltercd andregistered
registered from Lowville N Y became becamesuddenly becamesuddenly becamesuddenly
suddenly prostrated and now no lies in a acritical acritical acritical
critical conditionThe condition conditionThe
The unfortudate te old gentleman has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been brought to Dr Klocks Hospital Hospitaland
and Sanitarium but little hope of his hisrecovery hisrecovory hisecovery
recovery is entertained entertainedHe n tertaincdHe
He seems to have been alone and soar so sofar soCar
far ar no qgg has been found who knows knowsanythfngof knowsanything knowstnythrng
anything tnythrng of his family or his relatives relativesback relativcsback relativesack
back in New Np York YorkIn
In the meantime the stricken man iseceiving is isreceiving isreceiving
receiving the best possible care and andthere nndtbere andhere
there will be no want of attention He Hewas Hewas Hevas
was boarding at the White hite House when whenthe whenthe whenhe
the he collapse cameA came cameA cameA
A number of boating parties were wereon weren
on to n the river Sunday Sundaya
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EVENT NO 15 lS0NE ONE MILE MOTOCYCLE MOTOR MOTORCYCLE lt10TORCYCLE
CYCLE RECORD TRIALS TRIALSA
A G Chapple New York 7 h p Indian IndianWalterGoerke IndiaWalterGoerke IndianWalterGoerke
WalterGoerke Brooklyn 7 h p Indian IndianRobert IndianRobert IndiaRobert
Robert Stubs Birmingham 7 h p Indian IndiacW Indi IndiW
W Wray Jr New York 6 h p N S1 S1E S U UE UE
E Gaestel New York 6 h p N S UFred U UFred UFred
Fred Hill Boston 6 h p N S UEVENT U UEVENT UEVENT
EVENT NO NO4TWOMILEAMINUTESPEED TWOMILEAMINUTE TWOMILEAMINUTESPEED 4
SPEED CROWN RACE RACEWinner RACEWinner RACEWinner
Winner must equal 120 miles an hou houFirst hour hourlFirstjHeat hourFirshHeat
FirstjHeat FirstjHeatHotchkiss FirshHeatHotchkiss First Heat HeatHotchkiss
Hotchkiss H J Kilpatrick KilpatrickBenz KilpatrickBenz
Benz David Bruce Brown or GeorfRobertson George GeorgeRobertson GeorgeRobertson
RobertsonEVENT Robertson RobertsonEVENT RobertsonEVENT
EVENT NO 23 23QUARTER MILE MILEDASH MILEDASHBICYCLE ULEDASHBICYCLE
DASH DASHBICYCLE DASHBICYCLECharles BICYCLE BICYCLECharles
Charles Turville Philadelphia PhiladelphiaR
R A Walthour WalthourAtlanta WalthourAtlantaElmer Atlanta AtlantaElmer AtlantaElmer
Elmer L Collins Lynn Mass MassE
E F Root Boston BostonJoseph BostonJosephA BostonJoseph
Joseph A Fogler BrooklynWorthington Brooklyn BrooklynWorthington BrooklynWorthington
Worthington L Mitten Davenport la laStev Jar IaStev
Stev Senhouse Australia AustraliaGe AustraliaGqo a aG
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Ge G Gqo < < o > Wiley Syracuse
J Gordon Walker AustraliaSaxon Australia AustraliaSaxon AustraliaSaxon
Saxon Williams Salt Lake CityWalter City CityWalter CityVatter
Walter R Bardgctt Buffalo N Y YFred YFred YFrcd
Fred Hill BostonEVENT Boston BostonEVENT BostonEVENT
EVENT NO 20 202lILE 2MILE BICYCLE BICYCLEOPEN BICYCLEOPEN BICYCLEOPEN
OPENCharled OPEN OPENCharles OPENCharled
Charled Turville Turvillephiladel Z urvtllePhlladelphla Philadelphia phia Pa PaR PRH PapIt
R A Valthour Atlanta Ga GaElmer UaElmer GaElmer
Elmer L Collins Lynn Mass MassE
E F Hoot Boston Mass MassJoseph MassJoseph MassJoseph
Joseph A Fogler Brooklyn N Y YWorthington YVorthington YWorthington
Worthington L Mitten Davenport DavenportStev
Stev Senhouse AustraliaGeorge Australia AustraliaGeorge AustraliaGeorge
George Wiley > Syracuse N Y YJ YfJ YJ
J Gordon Walker AustraliaSaxonrilliams Australia AustraliaSaxon AustraliaSaxon
fJ Saxon Saxonrilliams Williams Salt Lake CityWalter City CityWalter CityValter
Walter H Bardgett Buffalo N Y YFred YFred YFred
Fred Hill Boston Mass MassEVENT Massr MassEVENT
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EVENT NO 16 165MILE 5MILE MOTORCYCLE MOTOR MOTORCYCLE l10TORCYCLE ¬
CYCLE RECORD TRIALS TRIALSA
A G Chapple N Y 7 h p Indian IndianWalter IndianValter IndianWalter
Walter Goerke N Y 7 71t h p Indian IlndianRobt IndianRobt IndianRobt
Robt Stubbs Ala 7 h p Indian IndianWmWray IndianVmVray IndianWm
WmWray Wm Wray JrN Y 0 h hpN p pN N S U UEugene PEugene UEugene
Eugene Gaestel N Y0 Y O h p N S U UFred UFred UFred
Fred Hill Boston G h p pN S S U UEVENT UEVENT UEVENT
EVENT NO NO51 51 5 1 MILE MILEBest Best two iithree in inthree inthree
three heats for or Sir Thomas Dewar
2 000 Trophy Present Holder Fred FredMarriott Fredlarriott FrecMarriott
Marriott record 23 15 seconds secondsFiat secondsFiatRa1ph secondsEiatRalph
Fiat FiatRa1ph Ralph De PalmaBenzDavid Palma PalmaBenz PalmaBenzDavid
Benz BenzDavid David Bruce Brown ofGeorge or orGeorge urGeorge
George Robertson RobertsonHotchkiss RobertsonEIotelikissII RobertsonHotchkissH
Hotchkiss HotchkissH H J Kilpatrick KillxitikkEVENT KilpatrickEVENT KilpatrickEVENT
EVENT NO NO5Second 5Second 5 Second Heat HeatEVENT HcntEVENT HeatWENT
EVENT NO 5 5Third Third Heat HeatEVENT HentEVENT HeatWENT
EVENT NO 1 1200 200 MILES OPEN TO TOSTOCK TOSTOCK TCSTOCK
STOCK CARSlass CARS CARSClass CARSClass
Class lass E Cars Listing at 999 and Under3utckGeorge Under UnderBuick UnderBuickGeorge
Buick BuickGeorge George DeWittlass DeWitt DeWittClass DeVittClass
Class lass D Cars Listing at 51000 1000 to 1750iuickRobort 1750 1750Buick 1750BuickRubert
Buick BuickRubert Robert Burman BurmnnB
B 3 lick lickLe Lewis is P Strang StrangBuick Strangi
i Buick BuickCadillac BuickI 3 u ick ickJadillacHerbert
I Cadillac CadillacHerbert Herbert Lytle LytleClass LytleClass Lytlelass
Class lass B Cars listing at 2451 to 3750 375CleelantlJames 375eClevelandJames 3750Cleveland
Cleveland CleelantlJames James Lnughhn 3rd 3rdEVENT 3rdI 3rdEVENT 3rdWENT
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EVENT NO 13 INVITATION RACE
1 5 AND 10 MILESFirst MILES MILESFirst ULESFirst
First Heat Five Miles MilesFiat MilesiatRalph HlesFiatRalph
Fiat FiatRalph Ralph De Palma PalmaBenz PalmaBenzGeorge Palma3enzGeorge
Benz BenzGeorge George Robertson RobertsonHotchkiss RobprtsonHotchkissH RobertsonIotchktssH
Hotchkiss HotchkissH H J Kilpatrick KilpatrickDont
Dont endanger the lives of the thedrivers thedrivers lie lielriyers
drivers by permitting your dog too to togo togo
go o to the beach Aside from the thedanger theJ theanger
danger anger to driver and machines m chines it is issure issure isurn
J sure death to the dog
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The great Brooklyn base ball game gamebetween gamebetween gambetween
between two teams of the Brooklyn Brooklynbase Brooklybase
base ball club who are now finishing up upthe upthe u uthe
the last la t week of their spring practice a aJacksonville at atJacksonville atJacksonviHt
Jacksonville before the base ball season seasonopens seasonopens seasoopens
opens next week is scheduled for th thDaytona t tDaytona tinDaytona
Daytona ball grounds rounds next Friday Fridayafter Fridayafternoon after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon noonThe noonThe noonThe
The Brooklyn base ball club partwill party partywill partywill
will include over thirty people and they theywill theyI the thewill
will be accompanied by the newspaper newspaperbase newspapebase
I base ball writers who are now in Jack Jacksonville JackI Jacksunville ¬
sonville and the ladies of the partyand party partyand partyand
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and a great game may be expected fo foin for forin forin
in order to give it a real local cracker crackerflavor crackerflavor r rflavor
flavor the Jacksonville base ball club clubhas clubhns clulhas
has also been invited and their players playerswill playerwill
will oppose the Brooklyns also in inmixed a amixed aI
I mixed and picked teamIt team teamIt
I It was found impossible iU1pos ible to arrange arrangen
n special train service so the Brooklyns Brooklynsand Brooklynand
I and the Jacks will leave Jacksonville Jacksonvilleon
on the regular train at 730 7 30 next Friday Fridaymorning Fridu Fridumorning Fridamorning
morning and reach Daytona at 11 1140 1140After 40 40After 40After
After luncheon at one of the big hotelstht hotels hotelsthe hotelstht
tht entire party will be taken in auto automobiles automobiles automubiles ¬
mobiles to the ball grounds where the thegame thegHmc th thgrime
game is scheduled to commence at 130 130and 1 30and 30 30nlld
and after that is over the automobiles automobileswill
will take them across the Halifax river riverto riveto
to the grand stand to see the automo automobile automobile automobile ¬
bile races at 4 p m a special program programfor
for the day having been arranged it being be being being ¬
ing low water w ter on Friday at t 440 pm pmAfter p m mAftEr mAfter
After the races are over the Brooklylaggregation Brooklyn Brooklynaggregation Brooklynaggrtgatinn
aggregation will dine at one of the ho hotel holI hotel ¬
tel lI and arrangements have been made madeto madto
to take cure of them over night and andthey andthey anc ancthey
they will leave le ve Daytona on Saturdaamorning Saturday Saturdaymorning Saturdaymorising
morning on the 824 train which will willbring willbring wilbring
bring them hack to Jacksonville in time timefor timero thanfor
for ro their last days practice therehotel there thereHotel thereHotel
Hotel site for sale or lease any anyportion anyportion andportion
portion of ofSOO 800 feet ocean frontalso front frontalso frontalso
also avenue front front300 300 feet deep deeprunning deeprunning deerrunning
running through to Grandviewavenue Grandview Grandviewavenue Grandviewavenue
avenue Located one block north northof
of former Clarendon Hotel H L LK LK LK
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Mr and Mrs E S Welch of ofCharleston ofCharh aiCharh
Charleston Charh soon S C are here for theraces the theraces theraces
races visiting with ith the Misses Abercrombie Aber Abercrombie AbercrombIe
crombie on Myrtle avenue avenueHuylers aenuei1 avenued
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The Pensacola Journal man evidently evidentlyhas
has never seen Daytona Beach He Heprobably Hiprobably Heprobably
probably thinks it u duplicate of the thebeach thebeach tlubeach
beach to which Pensacolans resort omhundred one onehundred onehundred
hundred and twentyfive miles an hour hourlooks hourlooks houilooks
looks easy and safe to Daytonians DaytoniansThis
This Is what the Journal says saysH saysH
H J Kilpatrick expects to run 125 125miles 12 12miles 125miles
miles an hour in hit motor car the he Red RedDevil RedDevll RecDevil
Devil on the Daytona track tis t is year yearand yearand yearand
and it is high time that prayers for his hissafety hissafety hi hisafety
safety were vrre v > re being offered up in all the thechurches thechurches thechurches
churches for the devil is evidently mak making making making ¬
ing a strong bid for the gentleman gentlemanOrchestra gentlemanOrchestra gentlemanOrchestra
Orchestra Leaves Thursday ThursdayThe
The members of the orchestra late of ofThe ofThe ofThe
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The Clarendon and who have made the theSeaside theSeaside theSeaside
Seaside Inn headquarters since the fireof fire fireof fireof
of February 14th will leave for their theirrespective theirrcspecti theirrespeeti
respective e homes in the North the latter latterpart Intterpart latterpart
part of the week probably Thursday ThursdayAfter ThursdayAfter ThursdayAfter
After the fire the leader Mr Tuckerviolinist Tucker Tuckerviolinist Tuokerviolinist
violinist and the rest of the musicians musiciansMe3srs musiciHnsME musiciansMessrs
Me3srs ME srs Goth Pool and Pauline decided decidedto
to remain here the balance of the sea seasonand seasonand season ¬
son sonand and their stay has been very successful suc successful successful ¬
cessful They have played pl yed at TheRidgewood The TheRidgewood TheRidgewood
Ridgewood The Despland The PrinceGeorge Prince PrinceGeorge PrinceGeorge
George Beatings I tings Casino Seaside Inn Innand InnI Innand
and other places and have made many manyfriends manyCriends manyfriends
I friends during their stay The organi organization organizntion organization ¬
zation will disband for the summer summerA
A Brother of Buffalo BillMajor Bill BillMajor BillMajor
Major James R Reagle retired retiredUnited retiredUnited retiredUnited
United States Army officer who hasbeen has hasbeen hasheen
been a guest at the Saratoga Inn forseveral for forseveral forseveral
several weeks past left Saturday forSt for forSt
St Augustine in which city and andWashington andWashington andV
Washington V ashin tn D C he will spend spendsome spendsome
i some time before proceeding to hishome his hisj
j home at Schenectndy N Y The TheMajor Thei TheMajor
i Major has seen much service in the thej theWest
j West and II D Swits who was wasseeing wasseeing wasseeing
seeing him off says that his stories storiesi
i of Indian fighting are intensely interesting in inj
j teresting and varied He also stated statedthat stAtedthat statedthat
that the Major is a halfbrother of ofj ofPm
j j Wm V ID Cody popularlv known as asBuffalo asj asBuffalo
Buffalo Bill
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There was a very pleasant gathering gatheringat
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a at t Mills Cafe last night the occasionbeing occasion occasionbeing oocaionb
being b ing the th presentation of a 500 soli soUtare soUtaref tare tarediamond
f diamond d f amond m nd ring rin to Robert Burman on be behalf behalf ¬ t i ihalf
half of W C Durant the president of ofthe ofthe
I the Buick Motor Co in recognition of ofthe ofI ofthe
the 100 mile worlds record race which whichMr whiohMr whichMr
I Mr Burman Burm n won recently in a Buick Buickstock Buickstock Buickstock
stock car at New Orleans where he de defeated defeated ¬ i ifeated
feated a number of other o cars inohidin including includingsome e esome
some mc special racing machines machinesThe
The menu n nu a solid one one De was typical in iaIts inits inits
Its Southern cooking and after it was wasover wasover wasover
over and the presentation had been beenmade beenmflde
made speeches songs son s and music were werein werein werein tl
in order a fine Italian orchestra playing playingnil
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nil the popular song of the tb dayThose day dayThose dayThose
Those who attended the lively func function funation function ¬
tion were F J Wagner the starter ofthe of oftbe oftbe
tbe races SA Miles es the official referee refereeSenator refereeSenator refereeSenator
Senator Morgan the promotor of the theraces theracfS theraces
I Iretary
races Alex Schwalbach the racing sec secretary secretaryof ¬
retary retaryof of the meet J Wilbur Hobbs of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Michelin Tire Co W V B Wise of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the General Motors Co who control the theBuick theBuick theBuick
Buick output George Robertson the theVanderbilt theVanderbilt theVanderbilt
Vanderbilt Cup winner Lewis Putnam PutnamStrang PutnamStran PutnamStrang
Strang Stran the Briarcliff Savannah and andLowell andIo1ell andLowell
Lowell road race winner wi ner Ralph De DePalm DePalma DePalma
Palma the record holding auto speed speedmerchant speedmerchant peedmerchant
merchant William H Peters Heo H Hea1Villiam HeoWilliam D DWilJi
William WilJi m Piekens Doc Maxwell D BBrown B BBrown BBrown
Brown Herbert Lytle the t e wellknown weMfcnowadriver wellknowndriver wellknowndriver
driver Lieut L ut Sayhee th tH official tiater tiaterof
of the meet and Dr Goy GovaExcellent GoyExcellent GoreExcellent
Excellent Musical Treat The TheQuaker TheQuaker TheQuaker
Quaker Male Quartette tonight
18 8 oclock at Baptist Church
i ° J TWO HEROES OF 01 = THE R REPUBLIC DISASTER DISASTERCfptaln DISASTERI I
I CfI Cfptaln ptnln 1 taln InuMii SLttIJ Suulby S and John It Banns a w wiruloss operator were among amongthose i ithose
J those who displayed t1I8pht l > d splendid sphm ltl heroism At t the sinking siDkln of the steamship Republicoff Republic RepublkJ
off Nantucket Binns stuck to his key sending messages and e signals until untilordered untOordered mailordered
ordered from the ship Seulby stayed aboard the vessel until she literally literallysank UteraUysank literallysank
J sank under his feet Then he climbed n mast and leaped legl j Into tie sea c 1 to torescued torescued b y yrescued
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