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LEAVES FOR HOME
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0y-Actylene Welding, Etc.
STANDARD OF THE WORLD
Halifax Automobile Co.
Telephone 134 Blue
All Work Guaranteed
Your Trade Solicited
w. j. Mcdonald
AUTO REPAIRS AND MACHINE WORK
Presto-Lite. Battery Service and Sale s Station
All Makes Repaired and Charged
Delco Factory Experience
Oils. Greases, Tires and Sundries
Opposite Yacht Club on Cottage Ave. DAYTONA. FLORIDA
Grind Storage Batteries
REPAIRING AND EVERYTHING
FOR THE AUTO AND MOTOR
Daytona Machine and
Rear of Central Garage.
Phone 225 Red.
Phone 165 Blue
DAYTONA BEACH, Florida
Under management of Daytona Auto Supply Co.,
HUNT & THOMPSON
High Class Cars for Rent
ataJaj-Sprinpfield, Goodyear and Goodrich Tires, all styles and sizes
at attractive prices.
Mobile Oils at prices below the market.
Chief Mechanic Repair Department.
Dodge Brothers Motor Cars
30-35 H. P. Touring Cars and Roadsters
Cars of Unusual Features and Yet at So Moderate a Price, Repre
senting a combination of RRefinement, Efficiency and Equipment
THE NEW CENTRAL GARAGE. MAGNOLIA AVENUE
The Waterfonl (Wisconsin"! Tost.
of Thursday. March 2nd. contains an
extract from the JefJerson County
Union regarding the editor of the
Post. Ed Malone. who has been en
joying an outins: here in company
with a party of friends, hut left Wed
nesday on his return north, much
benefited by his sojourn in Davtona.
; The item in question is as follows:
! "Our pood friend. Edw. Malone. of
(the Waterford Post is down at Dav
tona. Florida, recuperating his health.!
je hope it will be real recuperation;
i with ro pull backs or set backs. The
i State Press association can't spare
j Kd. for a cood while yet. Jefferson
j County Union."
i The same iss--.e of the Post contains
j an article written by Mr. Malone from
j which the following reference to Day
tona is taken:
i -"The millionaires of the I. S. A..
are makinc r lornia o'.ossom like a
rose and improving the handiwork of
a generous nature. Daytona had a
public spirited one in the person of
C. G. Viurgoyne. who recently died,
j He built the casino on the water
front, an amusement structure for
public gatherings, lectures, dances,
etc. The whole at a cost of $10,000
and he provided a fund to maintain
it and furnish daily concerts. They
tell me he was a printer or publisher
who patented a machine for folding
books and for which he drew a royal
ty of $150,000 a year. There are oth
er millionaires with magnificent
homes on the east coast.
"The writer is not boasting of gain
ing in health too fast as Dr. Proutv
claims the patient does not take too
kindly to the "absolute rest and quiet'
treatment, tor above reason this
rambling description of the sunny
south is brought to a close without
tening or the bathing scenes on the
beach and how the young ladies from
'our house' are daily plunging In the
surf and taking on a tan color equal
to the natives or real aborgines."
For Furnishing Your
ttjlanfaxcf Value and Qualify
"The Paige Six in a
Wonder," writes an en
The Paige is a Car of
New Central Garage
Renner & Williams
WILLYS-SIX. 7 passenger 51325
COUNTRY CLUB ROADSTER. 4 passenger $750
F. O. B. Toledo
'Phone for a Demonstration.
Tires and All Accessories.
MRS. MILDRED CARR EATON
TO TELL STORY OF "SNOW
WHITE" AT PRINCESS ISSENA
Five dollars to complete the $100
bill that is going to buy a few of the
necessities that those orphan kiddies
of Belgium and France need so sorely
Such a little bit of an amount, isn't
it? Scarcely the cost of a pair of
shoes. Of course she will get it Mrs
Mildred Carr Eaton, who is going to
tell the story of "Snow White" to the
Princess Issena guests Tuesday night.
Mrs. Eaton, with her exquisite gift
of interpretation, carries her hearers
back to the days when fairy stories
came true. Listening to the fanciful
tale of "Snow White," one forgets
the everyday world for the whimsical
land of romance. Heard recentW at
the Kidgewood. Mrs. Eaton held spell
bound an audience who showed their
appreciation of her charming recital j
by generous contributions to her fund
Mrs. Eaton's contributions will be
sent to the Mary Young French and
; Belgian Orphan Relief fund, founded
' by Mary Young, better known a Mrs. !
John Craig, the famous actress. A j
' distinctly personal touch that adds an j
appealing interest to the fund Hes in j
the fact that the money collected for i
the association will be taken to Europe !
by Mrs. Craig who will personally
s!i""n-i-n the distribution. !
No admission will bo charged to '
h ,'.r Mrs Eaton's delightful story of 1
'Snow White." but thof who attend j
will be asked to contribute whatever j
j amount they wish to the fund. Ferr- j
one is cordially invited to attend the !
You Will Find Quality and Fair Priceo
The Furniture House
HALIFAX AUTOMOBILE 'CO.
After a 10-weeks visit at the Prince
George hotel, Mrs. M. E. Youlin will
leave today for her home in Chicago.
Mrs. Youlin has spent her winters in
l'atona for a number of years and is
one of the mosto harming members
of the season contingent.
CARLOAD FORD TOURING
CARS JUST RECEIVED
IV-troit guests at the Uidgewood are
Ir. and Mrs. Newton, who will remain
for a short stay to sight -see and er
:he famous Davtona beach. The N
tons have been spending most of the
winter in southern Florida and are en
route north to their Michigan home.
DR. AND MRS. P. R. BENNETT
SUBSCRIBING TO BELGIAN FUND '
lr. P. II. Bennett, writing the News j
from Ashville. X. C. March 2Sth, said: t
"I enclose a clipping from the Ashe-
ville Citizen of yesterday. 1 see that j
lUytona is doing her parr in the crisis j
of hunger and destitution in Belgium.!
This city has raised only $500 so far. j
"You can tell the dear people that
if they are begining to think it is j
warm up here now that they are mis- j
tafcon. I nearly froze in bed last
night. The ground was frozen solid
The dipping, which was headed
"Mrs. Bennett Donor." is herewith
"Mrs. F. R. Bennett was the donor
of $24 to the Belgian Babies' fund,
instead of Mrs. E. W. Burnette. who
was credited with trie sunscription.
Dr. and Mrs. Bennett have been sub
scribing to the support of the Belgian
babies for some time and Dr. Bennett
n.ioT i a3 received a much-prized letter from
.' , the Queen of Holland as a mark of
appreciates ior a rernmaiice lorwaru
ed for Belrian babies interned in The
THREE IN ONE
A Pass On Any Wooden
Bridge Includes All Three
FLORIDA iiAST COAST RAILVJAV
FLAGLER SYSTEM )
19. &;!!. 14p
C307J60 DELIVERED IN DAYTONA
EDMONDSON & MINER
Prominent Baltimore people who are
guests r.t the Despland for a short
; stay are Mr. ami Mrs. C. O. llinton.
who just arrived in Daytona from
i points further south. Daytona is a
j very c harming place to them, and they
will' stay longer than was at first their
304 Sauth Beach
Mr. and Mrs. I,. C. Nash, of Ogdens.
burg. N. Y., who are annual visitors
at the Princess Issena. with llr. and
Mrs. J. W. Boynton, of Milton, Mass..
were incoming guests at the hotel
Wednesday. The four spent the
greater part of the season at Eustis.
They found many frjends at the resort
who are extending a cordial welcome.
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AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE i
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seven-passenger macmne, ....w.
business. Bargain prices.
N. A. JOHNS. KlDGKWUOn HOTKI.
Wh4n bttr ssrs are built. Buick II bHd thm.
Halifax Automobile Company
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HALIFAX AUTOMOBILE CO.
NEXT TO POSTOFFICE
AH-Steel Elactric-Ugttted Train
i Birmingham. Chicago and St. Louis
Lv JacksaWtvlHe... A C L 9UW PS Sun - Parlor Olation Car.
L Waver 09S c i 11.05 FU Compartment and th-aninii-IcK)nt
ArAlfoMiy ACL 2iS AM Seeping Cars Ja swuville to Chi-
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LvAmritws CofG 2.40 AM Irawinft-Room Sleeping Car
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Ar Urd St. (tttoaft) IC 71 AM Dininjl Car e.vt. ait mtte tn
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ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
"THE STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH"
A.W.FRITOT J. G. KIRKL.AND
division pssrNSta sriT a. c. c bivision rmtcntct ascht a. c. I.
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. TAMPA. FLA.
DOLLARS FOR JUNK!
Turn your scrap metal, rubber, rags and old automobile into Dollar
"I PAY CASH"
Phone 240 Blue - - - 453 Volcria A;
tnt Jitney line. Leaves Daytona Office. 180 Beach Street at
t!t9 and 11:15 A. M.; 2:20, 4:00. 5:30 and 10:15 P. M.
W. F. Ayres EL R. Ayres
DAYTONA BEACH HOTEL
"ON THE OCEAN FRONT"
DAYTONA BEACH. Florida
ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES
Rates $2 per day and up. Special Weekly and Seaaon Rates
Bus Meets All Trains
On the Floor for QUICK DELIVERY
HAIGH & WILKINSON