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THE DAYTON A DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1914.
L. M. WAITE. Manager
E. P. WOODBURY
WILL OPEN JANUARY 1, 1915.
Appointments and service unexcelled. Complete in every
detail. Situated on Ridgewood Avenue, the
prettiest street in the world.
J. H. MERRITT
Proprietor and Manager
GREATLY ENLARGED. CUISINE AND SERVICE EXCELLENT
BROAD PIAZZAS ON ALL SIDES. ROOMS ENSUITE.
STEAM HEAT. ELEVATOR. EVERY MODERN
CONVENIENCE. SEND FOR BOOKLET.
Summer Address: Soo-nipi Park Lodge, Sunapee Lake, N. H.
New and first-class. Hot and cold running water in
all rooms. Private baths. Electric bell service
in all rooms. Rates on application.
THE RIDGEWOOD ORCHESTRA FURNISHES MUSIC
Summer Resort . . . VAN NESS HOUSE . . . Burlington, Vermont
PRINCESS 1SSENA sAabr1fizAZLaj
All Modern Conveniences .Telephones, Hot and Cold Running Water,
Steam Heat in Every Itoom. Dairy connected with Hotel.
Packard Car meets all trains. HENRY W. HAYNES.
MRS. M. A. JACKSON,
Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Hot and Cold Running Water In Each Room.
Rooms New and Elegantly Furnished, with or without Private Bath.
Two Blocks from Post Office and Depot. Garage Conveniences.
PHONE NO. 191.
SOUTH RIDGEWOOD AVENUE.
Will open January 1st
Hotel College Arms
Pure water from artesian wells. Vegetables from our own
farm. White help throughout. Excellent golf links. High
altitude and dry air. Write for further information.
SUNDAY SCHOOL ASS'N MRS
ELECTS NEW OFFICERS
AI.IiliUT UKNNETT, Proprietor
Excellent Location; unexcelled cuisine. Rooms slnglo and ensulte,
with or without private hath.
CHAS. HUT1IKRLANI1, Manager.
ii hi: 1'itooK
$1.50 and up
EVERY ROOM WITH
The Popular Beach Hotel
Under Correct Management
years, passed away at the family resi
dence in Seabreeze early Tuesday
morning. She was S: years of age,
and succumbed after a compara
tively brief illness, having arrived
here Sunday on the llith of December,
in fair health.
Funeral services, will be held at the
residence, Wednesday morning at 11
o'clock, and will be conducted by Dr.
Cannon Mcfiratli. The remains will
he taken to Kvansville, Ind., for inter
ment. The local relatives of the de
ceased lady will be Included in the
Teacher of Training, J. II. Abraham, I funeral party.
Temperance, V II.
Home Department, J. D. I.owd
6 9 0
a mniT Aiuvrr s i
I Surviving Mrs. Totter are her son,
Kdmonsoti, : I-:. I.. Totter, and three daughters,
j namely: Mrs. It. C. Wilkinson, who
makes her home with her brother at
i Seabreeze; Mrs. K. W. Viele, of
! lOviiiisville, Intl.; and Mrs. T. A. War
; tier of New York city.
i uii I Un i mil.
J. P. GLENN, Proprietor.
THE BREAKERS HOTEL
DAYTONA I!-:A('H. ON (X'HAN KKONT
MKS. N. M. KURTZ. I'mnriHrrHH
Iteoins with or without hath. Hot ami cold water in every room, l-'urnaco
heat. Kates, $ll.nil weekly ami up.
The Williams Hotel
Table Hoard lTn'surpassed. Centrally Located.
Overlooking the picturesciue Halifax Hlver; new and practically lire
proof. Large airy bedrooms, private baths, bell service, steam heat,
hot and cold running water, electric lights, spacious parlors.
MUS. M. A. UltOWN.
THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS Daytona with Mr. and Mrs. W. K.
I Hitchcock, and has been a guest at the
! Magnolia hotel, was recalled to Min
neapolis, Minn., to look alter some
business matters and left for that city
I Monday. Mrs. ItntclitT will come back
to Daytona at the conclusion of her
: business in Minneapolis.
Published Every Afternoon Except
THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY
At Daytona. Florida.
T. K. FITZOERALD.. Editor and Manager
C. 8. ll.UUtlS Assistant Editor
Subscription 13 cents per week by car
rier; SO cents per month by mail.
Entered as second-class matter, Au
gust 10, litH, nt the postolllce nt Day
tona, 1'la., under the Act of March 3,
Male stenographer and typist, ex
perienced as private secretary, desires
position. Address "Karl," Daily News
Mrs. Frank Itidlon, of llrookllne,
'Mass.. a cousin of Mrs. M. L. Stanley,
arrived In Daytona Monday evening
and will bo here for the season with
(Mr. and Mrs. Stanley at their winter
I home on North Hidgewood avenue.
iMrs. Hidlim has previously visited
' Daytona, having been here during the
season three years ago.
Don't forget that Christmas Is
only two days away. Buy a fresh
box of goods Samoset. Schraffts or
Allegretti candies. Going fast; order
today Arcade Confectionery Store.
If you have a place to furnish can
'save you money. Second-hand furni
'ture bought and sold. C. H. Lane,
! rear of Bingham & Maley's. 115-eod
rrof. George Marks, vice principal
of the Daytona public school, went
over to PclJtnd Monday afternoon to
spend Christmas with brother,
Prof. II. Cray Marks, anil family. In
that city. Professor Marks will go
from DeLand to Lakeland next week
to attend the Florida State Teachers
convention before returning to Day
tona. Gentleman wants nice room at low
price. Phone IS Green.
Are there any young ladles in town
who can play the banjo and guitar?
If so it will be to their advantage to
communicate with the Musical Club
Manager, care Daily News. H5-2t
Mrs. Thos. Ratcliff, who came to
What Made Her Laugh.
Jean was warned by her parents not
to mention the fact that their guest at
dinner had an unusually large nose.
In the course of the evening meal Jean
became convulsed with laughter. She
was asked with fear and trembling
what was the cause of her mirth. Her
reply was: 'O. I'm not laughing at
your nose, Mr. Smith I'm laughing at
the plates on mother's plate rail."
House-Fly Lifting Power.
a house-fly, held by the wings and
brought close to a match, lifted It up
with its feet. To reform a propor
tionate feat, a man would have to lift
8 beam 26 feet long and 13 Inches
Moderation is the silken string run
ning through the pearl chain of all vir
tues Bishop Hall.
I "OUT ItRANGK, Dec. L'L- -Harry j
F.milck and wife of West Milton, ()j
arrived Sunday und are occupying the i
Kmrlik cottage, and expect to stay
the winter. j
Mr. and Mrs. Miller, of Soinonaiik. ;
111., are located just west of the Davis
Mr. Col trip and wife from Michigan
are again in one of (lie Cits Johnson !
houses. All of the above are w ell
known, having spent one or more, sea-
sons here. There are also a number
of strangers recently come in and
scattered about town.
The school entertainment on Friday
night was creditable, alike to teachers
and pupils, and very much appreci
ated by Hie goodly number who at
tended, though the night was dark
i and rainy. The room was very pret
tily decorated in good taste for the
occasion. The two weeks' vacation
gives teachers and pupils a little rest
from school duties, and a change as I
Street work has been delayed by
the threatening weather of the latter
part of the week. Considerable rain
has fallen, and the earth is tilling
A committee appointed to agitate
organizing a "phono" system met
with some of those Interested on Sat
urday night and an organization was
effected with K. J. llemis, president:
F. M. Townsley, vice-president: J. H.
Case, secretary; V. C. Krnhart, treas
urer, and D. K. Lyon, manager. Va
rious committees were appointed and i
steps taken looking toward installing j tjn).s
a local system.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Ilarttnan, Na
poleon, Ohio, who are spending the
winter at the Troy house in Daytona,
were in town Sunday afternoon look
ing up old friends, and with Mrs.
Yhteler and Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Case,
MAGNATE AND WIFE
ARE IN THE CITY
took in Allandale, and noted a mini-, ,, fl)r wIlU.h tll0 ,.0utra.
her of improvements in that thriving
suburb that have been recently made,
and adds to its attractiveness.
Mr. Ilartman Is well known here,
and Is ready for iiuoits, crixpict and
last, but far from least, checkers, and
even fishes when nothing- more excit
ing is on tap.
Some nice strings of fish have been
taken recently when the conditions
Several of our citizens are taking
up oyster leases, and this means j
planting oysters, as that is one of the j
con '! it 3rT! of the loae
The old "Meeker house'
fitted up by Townsley &
PRESIDENT EBBETS HERE TO
PUT FINISHING TOUCHES ON
PLANS FOR THE SUPERBAS'
Accompanied by Mrs. Khbets, the
president ami owner of the Brooklyn
National baseball club, Charles 11. Kh
bets arrived in Daytona at .":4." Mon
day afternoon, via the Florida Kat
Coast railway. Thev reached Jack
Isonville Monday morning, comlm:
j from New York on the Clyde liner
Mr. Khbets is here to arrange the
'details of the visit of his baseball ag
gregation, the Superhas, which is to
come here early in March for winter
When seen by a Daily News repre
sentative early this morning Mr. Kh
bets was not prepared to do any talk
Ing regarding the specific purpose of
his visit to Daytona. He was, however,
more than tjolightcd witli this won
derful climate and the entrancing
beauty of tills particular locality, and
did not hesitate to say so.
Mr. and Mrs. Khbets are domiciled
at the Prince George hotel. They will
be here several days.
Hotel, is not netng run as a
i "san" but is occupied by a private
! family, and indications are that it w ill
never be used for a sanitarium again,
I for which it is not well located, for
! that kind of a "san."
! What of the sub Iks that the
school board promis,
let? Hurry up, please, Mr. Contractor.
AGED MOTHER OF PROMINENT
LOCAL MAN LIVED BUT TEN
DAYS AFTER COMING DOWN
Mrs. Itebecca J. Potter, who had
been making her winter home here with
E. H. SHOEMAKER OF DAYTONA
HEADS THE ASSOCIATION AS
PRESIDENT THREE OTHER
OFFICERS FROM DAYTONA.
Before the close of the annual ses
sion of the Volusia County Sunday
School association, in session at Or- j her son, K. L. Potter, for the past 10
mond, the following officers were
elected for the ensuing year:
President, K. H. Shoemaker, Day
tona. Vice-president, C. H. Ferran, De-Lund.
Secretary and Treasurer, Minnie S.
Kelly, Daytona Itoach.
Adult Superintendent, II. T. McClel
Secondary Superintendent, Jesse I..
Elementary Superintendent, Mrs. S.
L. Jackson, Daytona.
THIS AUSTIN IIOTKJ.
r;mape "f T.eUllfa, Caviar.
Ci-cum of Chicken, a la Ueine
l-'ilet of Sea Bass, saute Meuniere
Salted AI. : .
Sirloin of Beef, a la Anlalse
Be.-ist ami Stuffed Sprint? Turkey, Cranberry Sauce
Frem-h IVas, 1 loiinetVinuie Totatets. u
Bisotto. Italian Style
Head of Lettuce, Bussian iM'es.sing
French Vanilla Ice Cream
(Ji-een Apple Tie
Every Day from 6:00 to 7:30.
. Toasted S.iltim- ,- .....
Sundays from 12:30 to 2 OC
Phone 21 Blue
Never Had a Chance.
Mike was out gunning for ducks with
friend, who noticed that although
, Mine aimed his gun several times he
j did not shoot it off. At last he said:
I "Mike, why didn't you shoot that time?
The whole flock were right In front of
you." "Ol know," said Mike, "tut
' every time Ol aimed me gun at a duck
j another wan came right between us."
Everybody s Magazine.
renting. The grounds have been j
is being 1 1 AWRY A. IlOltX
Kerr for: attorney and counseller at
cleared up, making a very desirable
The Sanitarium, formerly the Cum-
! Special attention piven Real KsUato l.av.
lYrfectine 1-iml Ttitlcs and
BEACH . .
DREKA'S DEPARTMENT STORE
Everything te Eat, to Wear, to Use
DeLAND, : : FLORIDA
THE STORE OF MANY USEFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Store open evenings after Dec. 14th. Mail Orders Promptly Filled
HENRY SCHMIDT, Proprietor, DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Situated on the banks of the Halifax River, one mile from Atlantic
Ocean, It has fifty rooms, single, ensuite or with bath. Sleeping run:;,
are large, airy, and nearly all have sunny exposures. The cul-ha- m.!
service is admirable. Hates on application.
J. C. HOWARD, Prop.
SEND FOR BOOKLET
Centrally located with all modern improvements, Klectrlc Lights, Fir
pacu Heat, Telephone, Iiatlis, Ktc. White cooks. On the main tlinnnuh.
fare from tlio depot to water front. Five minutes' walk to Tostjf!;",
t-tores, churches and places of amusement.
The Ivy Lane Inn
A Hight Grade House, Catering to the Most Particular People,
Central Location. Hai All Modern Conveniences.
OPEN NOVEMBER TO MAY. WM. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor
THF MORGAN Comer Volusia and Palmetto Aves
- lUWiWinil juts. II. T. SMITH - TltOTKII'.l Ki..-
Enlarged and Improved Steam Heat, Electric L git
Running Water in Rooms.
Within three minutes' walk of depot, postoffice, stores ami
churches. One block from ferry and liver.
The New Gables
l-.'very modern convenience and comfort. Call Hells, Hot and Cel l
running water in all rooms. Steam heat. Tlione T.VISIuc.
New House, Centrally Located.
Rates on Application.
Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Electric Bells
NEW AND FIRST CLASS
Elegant Rooms With or Without Baths.
MRS. I. M. MABBETTE .Proprietor.
Rates on Applicat on
Beach Street on Halifax River.
A NEW AND THOROUGHLY FIRST-CLASS HOTEL
GARAGE CONNECTED. JAS. H. BAKER & SON. Propnrt:
Itenms sincle or ensuite, wither without baths. Hot water I..
apparatus. Klectrlc liclits and electric bell service in all rooms. "'
unsurpassed. Service first class.
THE OAKS HOTEL
A R EDWARDS, Manager.
Located in cue of the best sections of the citv. Fresh vegetal
and fruits cu the place. Kxcellent cuisine. Call bell svstem.
113 North Ridgewood Avenue.
LARGE SUNNY ROOMS.
Fresh milk, vegetable and fruit on the place. Furnace heat.
RATES: $2.00 per day and up; $12 per week and up.
MRS. CELESTE HINKS, Proprietress.
THF PTNF.Q Located on keauUMRaUewood Ave.
" m imw ib iae heart oi Dayioua
Highest Standards Attractive Rates Unexcelled Cuisine
Under same management as the Oxford House, Shelter Island Heights. N V.
E. F. FRENCH C. G. MYERS Proprietors
BEAUTIFUL HALIFAX RIVER
More 3je like than Hotel-like. Rates Reasonable H. Marshall Gardiner. Prof
I. BURGIN and N. I. EMBRY. PrcM-
(Formerly Daytona Beach Hotel-
iwirtT h.-Pn bf'?oh front- orlookin ocean. Broad verandas. First claw 'r
?-?imi a,' J room wlt.h w without bath; free bath house; American p-.
- "" a and "P: special werklv rates. .