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THE DAYTON A DAILY NEWS, MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 1913.
OUR STQCES o GROCERIES
ONE PAIR 512.00 TIRES
ONE PAIR 58.00 TIRES
For further information call at
Geo. P. Johnson's
DAYTONA BEACH, - FLA.
DO YOU WANT THE BEST?
WE HAVE IT!
WE COMBINE THE 1
GIVING YOU THE
QUALITY AT THE LC
EST CONSISTENT Pi
Is More Complete Than Ever
and Everything is Fresh Fall
Stock. . . . .r. ;. . . .
SPECIAL PRICES ON GOODS BY THE CASE.
Drugs. Candies, Stationary, Toilet
Articles. Populnr Brands of
Cigars and Tobaccos.
WEST END OF SOUTH BRIDGE
IS THE FIRST ESSENTIAL
PRICE IS A CONSIDERATION AV
LYMAN, - The Grocer
B. J. ECCLES & CO.
CONRAD GROCERY C
NEW DAYTONA THEATRE
TUESDAY, JANUARY Uth
GUARANTEED ATTRACTION !
The play that has made millions laugh all over the world, and ,
is better'than ever.
SEATS NOW ON SALE AT HANKINS'
Prices, 50, 75, $1.00
THURSDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 16TH
"THE UNIVERSITY GIRLS."
In programs of Music, Song: and Story
If You Are in Day tona Over Sunday
atsteevices at St. Mary's Episcopal Church
Corner Rid e wood aad Orange Avenues.
Morning Prayer and Berroon at 11 o'clock. Permon Sunday morning, January
lth, "A OCNUINB CASE OF FAITM CURg,"
Vested Chorus (Jholr. Good Music. Beats All Free.
ROBERT ALEXANDER TUFFT, Rector.
FOH SALE Modern seven room
cottage, bath on two floors, 233 S.
Ridgewood. Inquire 113 S. Ridge
wood 31 :t
State Senator J. B. Conrad was a
Daytona visitor Sunday.
FOR SALE Power boat, 24x7,
new 10 h. p. engine; houseboat, 8x13;
row boat. J. E. SWAP, Ormond, Fla.
unicKen dinner, Wednesday and
Sunday, 35c. Hatte's Quick Lunch.
W. C. Jackson of DeLand was a
Daytona visitor Sunday.
FOR RENT Five room house,
furnished, 38 First avenue. 35-2t
H. C. F. Dohm, manager of
City hotel, is confined to his
with an attack of malaria.
We wish to announce to the
public that this meat market will not
be open hereafter on Sundays. Mc
Donald's Market. 35-6t
Parez Williams, who hasa- been at
home during the holidays, returned
this morning to Jacksonville to con
tinue his studies in the Massey Bus
Pass your weary niu'aento away
at P. C. Rodgers, Pool and Billiards.
James F. Bacon, attorney for the
Massachusetts Light, Heat and
Power company, Boston, Mass., who
has been a guest at Schmidt's ho
tel fcr the. past two weeks, during
the completion of the formation of
the new Daytona Public Service com
pany, departed this morning on his
return to Boston.
Mrs. C. W. Mitchell, who came to
Daytona last week with Mr. and Mrs.
T. F. Williams on their return from
an automobile trip to Jacksonville,
and has been their guest at their
home on Orange avenue, returned to
Jacksonville by train this morning.
WANTED Position to drive an
automobile. Address Box 329, City. 3t
Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Hankins are
again at home on IVy Lane, after a
week's absence, having returned
Saturday evening. .Mr. and Mrs.
Hankins attended the inauguration of
Governor Parte Trammell, who Is a
boyhood friend of Mr. Hankins, and
also visited Madison and Live Oak,
as well a3 Tallahassee, Mr. Hankins
having lived in both these places.
WANTED ?4,500 on first mort
gage, 3 to 5 years time. Gilt edge
property in Seabreeze given as se
curity. Address H. H. Lock box 174.
f We wish to announce to the
public that this meat market will not
bo open hereafter on Sundays. Mc
Donald's Market. 35-6t
lllza Grace R. Partridge of Jack
sonville I visiting her father. Rev.
IL li Partridge, pastor of the
It E. Church, South at Kingston.
LOST Large cameo with chain
ttcied, Leave at Dally News of
C:a ' 35-3t
The power yacht Cynthia III,
owned by H. B. Mills of New York,
is moored at the south bridge draw
prior to leaving for Palm Beach to
morrow. She is equipped with two
100 horsepower Century engines,
length 120 feet, beam 24 feet and
draws four feet, six inches, speed 10
miles per hour. The Cynthia III Is
in command of Captain Low of New
York, who la no. stranger here, hav
ing navigated southern waters before.
Red Man's Honor
THE SOUTH- . . .
Finely Appointed Motion Picture Theatre.
POOL and BILLIARDS BOWLINd
Famous Coney Island Ball Game
ICE CREAM AND REFRESHMENTS. ICE CREAM WHOLESALE.
Up-to-Date Restaurant. Open at All Hours.
5,003 PEOPLE AT THE BEACH .
TO WATCH MISS LAW AIR
MAGNOLIA AVE., near Beach
Open every afternoon and evening.
Entire Change of Program Daily.
DOORS OPEN 2:30 AND 7:00.
COLONEL BINGHAM TAKEN UP
AS PASSENGER ON FIRST
FLIGHT, THEN MISS LAW FLIES
It is estimated at least 5,000
persons were at the . beach Sunday
afternoon to witness the initial flying
exhibition by Mrs. Charles Oliver,
known as Miss Ruth Law, and the
immense crowd was well pleased
with the two exhibition flights given
by; the aviatrix.
The crowd at the beach Sunday
was far In excess of any one at any
of the flights last season and came
nearer resembling the crowds which
used to gather to witness the auto
mobile races here in their most popu
I lar periods. In addition to the Day
j tona residents and tourists people
were present , from Ormond, New
Smyrna, Pot Orange, DeLand and
In the first flight the woman avia
tor took Col. C. M. Bingham, the
Dally News selection, as a passen
ger, and the colonel appeared to
WEATHER FORECAST. .
Fair in the west portion . vylth
local rain in the east portion ' to
night or Tuesday, Warmer in the
northwest portion. Moderate north
THE BAND PLAYS TOMORROW
9:30 to 11- Volusia and Beach.
2:00 to 3:30 Postoff ice block.
7:00 to 8:30 City hall.
WANTED A girl to wait on table
and soda fountain. Apply to Arcado
The regular meeting of the city
council will be held this evening.
My stock of spring millinery has
arrived and is now open for your
inspection. Mrs. C. M. Waterman.
,Wm. Nelson arrived last week
from New York to spend the season
as usual and Joined the New York
police squad registered at Orange
43 suits for men and young men,
values from $12 to $20, going at Yz
price. Peck's Bargain House. 34-3t
Don't- forget that I have some
Sauer Kraut, Sweet and Dill picklea,
still left in bulk. POLLITZ.
Daly's theater. New York. It La
thoroughly enjoy the sensation of T reacDta'u secoQa Jcaf 13
in rrH,i thrnPh .. f a . ! don at Criterion theater, - ui is
Right cut of Boston, tLxtzi '
Its eight weeks engaaI
Majestic theater, the pUy ti.t
making a:i the world lail,
Mine," will have It first lcxf -sentation
at the New Dayton -ater
tomorrow night. TaJj
has to Its credit one tc2i yet
SCENE FROM "BABY MINE
At New Daytona theater toraoro
Mrs. George Bartholomew came
over from Lake Helen Saturday af
ternoon and is occupying her cot
tage on Emmet street, where Mr.
Bartholomew will join her tomorrow
and they will remain for a week or
ing carried through the air far
above the heads of the big crowd
on the beach. In the second flight
Miss Law went alone and gave - a
, pretty exhibition of handling the
Wright biplane. . t
Because weather conditions . were
shortly to produced la ?fs,
Berlin, Vienna, St. Petersburg So.:i
America. South Africa, Australia- ted
Japan. "Baby Mine" is absoioUT
clean, from ttart to finish, theta
tion .being noae the le?a iaagh pw-ss
good af 3:30 o'clock and because, of ' ms .uecBU8e OI "e aosencft 01
the fear that a. strong wind . might 'e3llvencss- " la sweet and w!
spring up, Miss Law started her , a. UwsSi
.first flight a. little earlier than had T By Mlne u 10
been adverised. Fear of a strong ,!h funnlest pIajr eVfcr rVi' ' 431
19 uierrujr gtiiog ou lis way swe?
We buy and sell Antique jewelry.
The Colonial Shop, 84 S. Beach St.
k wind was the reason, also, for Miss
Law not making a high altitude on
her initial flight.
lag everything before It.
Genuine South American Paaaira
Cut flowers. Pot r,lnnt rico.ikats. the very latest la shapes
. - mt v. i 6
i iub uesc quaii-y mat money caa 137.
I orative palms at Daytona Floral Co.
II. V. Bracey of South Beach
street, made a trip to DeLand. Sat
urday afternoon to see his father. Dr.
H. D. Bracey, who was reported to
be' ill. Mr. Bracey returned Sunday
morning, making the trip both ways
by automobile. He found his father
When going on a picnic stop at
Clark's Book and Stationery Store
for Dennison'a paper napkins, lunch
sets and table cloths, drinking cups
and paper plates.
Mrs. W. B. McCoy, who underwent
an operation at Dr. Bohannon's hos
pital, Saturday, is reported to be
doing as well as could bo expected, i
considering the seriousness of
Judge and Mrs. G. W. Ward and
ilttle daughter, Margaret, and Mrs.
Wm. Breckwoldt and little son, Wm.
Breckwoldt, Jr., arrived Saturday af
ternoon and joined Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Breckwoldt, who are located
for the season in the Snead residence
at the corner of Palmetto and Live
Oak avenues. Mrs. Ward is a
daughter and Mrs. Breckwoldt v a
daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Osborn suffered another at
tack Qf paralysis, while at work at
his print shop on Orange avenue this
morning and was taken to Dr.
Klock's hospital shortly before noon.
The very best in Fish, Oysters,
Game and Chops at Hatte's.
For S.llfi A Ron
"""""""'I t UJJ
faouth American Panamas. JaDan.!4 months, crood ns t, wm
Manila, Java and Peanit hats just a bargain. Enquire of W. S. Olds
1CL",CU- lMW vt'ry iaest snapes. M. Hollywood avenue, Daytona Beach
Several boys are making a prac
tice of pelting the gulls with rocks
and other missies when the birds
are gathered near shore to pick up
the feed thrown to them by people
who take pleasure in seeing them
about the river front. A lady re
cently remonstrated with the boya
for stoning the gulls in the vicinity
of the city dock, but Immediately
her back was turned they resumed
what evidently appealed to them as
a pleasant pastime. The gulls and
wild ducks are a very attractive
feature of the river front, both to j
visitors and residents and should not'
be molested in this manner. If per-j
suasion has no effect with the boys
in question, stronger methods should'
M. ELLA DeVOY.
Theo. A. Tice, member of the Dai'j
News and Ga2ette-New force ia tf.a
mechanical department, was ecgzM
the past summer in, the nursery bus
iness with his wife's father ia ti
vicinity of Lemon Bluff aad ap
parently bopaiae bo attached to it
that he will continue to use It aJ l
side line while employed In the prist
lng business, Mrs. Tice having pre
sented him with a seven and a half
pound son and heir Saturday eveaicj.
Both, mother and baby are doiai
nicely. Dr. G. A. Klock was the at
WANTED Position as house
keeper or care of invalid. Address R.
Foley, Daytona Beach, Fla. 31-Ct
Plantation tea at Guild hall, Fri
day evening, Jan. 17, from 8 to 10.
Plantation songs, dances and re
freshments. Admission 25 cents.
Come and have a good time. 34-5t
GOOD JOKE ON YOU
You didn't buy that Cypress Street lot, 63 X 86,
for $450, so I have marked it up to $500
Who wants it before I mark it
R. L SMITH Rcal Estate and Fire Insurance.
' ! 20 SOUTH BEACH ST.
Lightning's Strange Freaks.
Lightning has iinnrlntfil tuVm,
tree trunks and dried leaves, and It is '
asserted that the silhouette of a man j
uwea oy lightning was fixed on a
whitewashed wall near the spot where
he was killed. What are the secrets
of lightning by which it is able to do
The largest and best stock
in the city. Our shoe bills
for thirty days is $3,205.05.
These shoes are made by
the largest and best equipped
factories in the world, such
THOMAS G. PLANT
CHARLES K. FOX
RICE & HUTCHINS CO.
and WALTON SHOE CO.
developed, ten cents.
printing reasonable. ROGERS. tf
Effort That It Foolish.
Many splendid natures have ben
made absolute cyphers by their effort
to become something they were never
Intended to be.
Shoes for Men,
Women and Children.