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THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19,' 1915. .
NEW DAYTONA THEATRE
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20th
MUTT AND JEFF
SEVEN KEYS TO
Cohan & Harris' Most Popular Drama
Seats on Sale Sunday, Feb. 21st
We have a full line black
white and colors
t'lllS. E. GARDINER CO.
MAX FIGMAN AND LEOITA ROBERTSON.
"The Truth Wagon"
VITOGRAPH ALL-STAR CAST.
DETECTIVE CRAIG'S CAMP Four Reels
PATHE WEEKLY No. Five
ADMISSION 1-IVH AM) TKX CENTS
The Lion's Paw
IN THREE PARTS.
Also a GOOD COMEDY
BASKET BALL GAME
AT ARCADE TONIGHT
D. H. S. TO PLAY EMPIRE STATE
TEAM THIS EVENING AND STET
SON UNIVERSITY TEAM AT DE
LAND TOMORROW NIGHT.
An exciting basket ball battle will
be staged at the Amnio this evening
between the five of Daytona high
school nnd the Now York state team.
The record of the high school hoys is
well known to local fans and they are
very popular here, while the F.mpire
State team is said to be made up of
pood material, and is expected to give
the local champions a run for their
Ilawn, who regularly plays the right
forward position for the high school
team, will probably be unable to plav
this evening, owing to sickness, and
Raymond Green will likely take Ills
place. The P. If. S. team looks to be
the stronger of the two, but the New
York bunch have the reputation of
being a hard team to beat, so the bat
tle should prove to be an interesting
Tomorrow evening the P. H. S. team
will play that of Stetson university,
at Cumming's gymnasium, PeLand.
They have already twice defeated the
Stetson academy, but this will be their
first experience w ith the Stetson "var
sity" five, tills year.
He sure your dealer sells "Good
Gulf Gasoline." 3-t
Bungalow. $800 4 rooms, bath, fire
place, nil improvements; large plot;
terms to suit; 20 minutes by proposed
trolley. K. II. Merrick, Tort Orange,
DOMESTIC SCIENCE CLASS
RECEPTION WELL ATTENDED
The reception given by the domestic
science class of the local school,
Thursday, was well attended by mem
bers of tho Mothers- and Teachers'
association, who were guests of the
afternoon. Pelicious refreshments,
prepared by the members of the va
rious classes of ttie department, iliie
ited much favorable comment from
the guests of the da v.
AUCTION SALE Will sell at
public auction a Pope-Harford car, on
Saturday, Feb. 20th, in front of the
City Hall at 10 o'clock. 161-3t
When Tjlk Begins.
Hostess "People are very dull to
night, Adolph. 1 really can't get them
to talk." Host "Hay something,
Remember the "Colonial Tea,"
given by the P. A. R., February 22, at
the Palmetto club house. 164-2t
ONE-THIRD OF A
In the East Coast State Bank, Daytona Beach
On Monday, February 15, 1915, I deposited $100.00 to the credit of
the treasurers of the Chamber of Commerce of the Peninsula, and of
the Palmetto Club of Daytona, to be expended in any manner these two
bodies may see fit to help beautify the three cities, subject to the fol
There shall be used in new buildings, repairs to buildings, or retain
ing walls, within the city limits of Seabreeze, Daytona Beach and Day
tone, one-third of a million cement blocks. They may be 8x8x16 in. or
8x8x20 In. or 8x8x24 In.
These sizes will allow any standard machine now in use by the dif
ferent contractors to be used.
As the combined capacity of the five block-yards easily exceed by a
third the number mentioned (one-third of a million), it is up to all to
encourage this class of building. The time limit is exactly one year
from this date.
A. VAN DE VORD
WOLAGNUB LUFITUAEB A
Sounds more like Russian than like a description of a com.
pletely furnished nine-room cottage, which I am offering to
sell at a most reasonable price.
The house is well built, has built-in sideboard, window seats
high wainscoated living and dining room, enclosed chinj
closets, bath and three bedrooms on main floor, three unfin.
ished bedrooms up stairs, servants' quarters with private bath
down stairs; there is a furnace In the basement, gas rang
water heater, electric lights.
The lot faces Ridgewood avenue, is 55x400, has many grape,
fruit, orange and tangerine trees, as well as a rose garden
There is a garage. A home which will appeal to refined peo
ple, who have a desire for something better than the usual run
of houses offered for sale.
THE PRICE IS RIGHT
talk TO LEIDERSDORF
OPEN EVENINGS. TEL. 262 RED. OPEN SUNDAYS
Free Seats --Trained ChorUS Choir- PipeOrjran
Sunday school 9:45 a.m., A. M. Wing, superintendent. Bible class
taught by Dr. J. 1'. Knell. Come next Sunday.
Morning worship 11:00 o'clock. Evening service 7:30. Special music
at both services. Christian Endeavorer 6:45. You are Invited to join
Willi us in these servics.
Wit. J. DREW. Minister.
HELD FIRST OF A SERIES
OF SOCIAL ENTERTAINMENTS
' IT... L'pn.l T VI, nntarhifnorl ,eth
the first of a series of social after
noons, yesterday, nt the Niver resi
dence, 30 Orange avenue. Four tables
were engaged with auction during the
afternoon, lirst prize going to Mrs. J.
1 1). C. Morris, while second was se
cured by Mrs. John C. Howard. Painty
refreshments were served r.t the con
clusion of tho period of play. Mrs.
l Niver will entertain again this afternoon.
CALL TO SEE AT THE
the new Empire Dress and the
Eton Dress; white, putty, und and
newest grays, for day and evening
wear, and a host of Crepe Metecri
and Poplins. Also all kinds of Golf
and Palm Beach Skirts, and other
reproductions of the new high,
waist line Coats and flare bottoms.
124 S. Beach St., Cor. Magnolia
(Old Postoffice Building.)
First Methodist Episcopal Church
Corner N. Palmetto Ave. ami Bay Street.
J. H. ELDER, Pastor.
SUNDAY Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching by the pastor at
11:00; Junior League at 2:15 p. m.; Epworth League at 6:45; evening
worship at 7:30.
WEDNESDAY Prayer meeting at 7:30 p. m.
A special class In the Sunday school for tourists. Everybody Invited.
'Remember the "Colonial Tea,"
! given by the I). A. H., February 22, at
'the Palmetto club house. 104-2t
I Mrs. F. T. Polatty returned Thurs
j day afternoon from a several days'
visit witli her mother in Jacksonville
: and rejoined Mr. Polatty at their
home in -the Abraham apartments on
! North Palmetto avenue.
THE WEATHER. g
Partly cloudy tonight ami Sarmiiiy
In Florida. Fresh winds fmia t
north and northeast.
BOARD OF TRADE BOOSTED
BY BIG BOSTON NEWSPAPER
While the saying about a prophet
being not without honor except In his
own country is not applicable with es
pecial force (and perhaps not at all) to
the Daytona board of trade, yet more
than one local citizen, when he reads
tho following from tho Boston Even
ing Transcript, will think about the
astute old phrase-maker's keen per
"EJorlda is fast filling with guests,
and Daytona has more than her share
for this time of year. This is prob
ably due, to a large extent, to the Im
proved condition of the transporta
tion facilities within the past year.
Daytona nnd Its board of trade have
long been active In trying to better
conditions along this line, feeling that
not enough attention was being paid
to Daytona In the way of through ser
vice and Pullman accommodations.
The service this year makes the city
more easily reached from the north
' The foregoing appeared In the Bos
ton paper last Saturday.
Ruth Law uses "Good Gulf Gaso
line and Oils." If your dealer does
not handle Gulf Refining Co.'s gas and
oils, phone 19 Blue. A. F. Hutchin
son, agent. 4-t
j 100 Acres, seerifice, $.'. p-r.
value $50, in Ormond, half mile fri
R. R. station; high hamiiick land;
best on East Coast; will divide it
suit; terms easy. E. II. Herritk, I'.irt
Orange, Fla. I'-'.'-u'
Remember the "Colonial Tea"
given by the D. A. R., February 22, at
Palmetto club house. 161-5t
Best Think Softly. '
"If blue or depressed, think of a j
pretty girl or something equally as
pleasant," advises a doctor. I I'm. In i
the case of a marr ed man it would be I
best for him not to do his thinking
out loud I'hilade phia Inquirer. i
Mrs. II. F. Krantz and son, Hubert
Krantz, arrived Thursday evening
from Brooklyn, N. Y., and will be hero
for the remainder of the season with
Mrs. Krantz's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John A. Kolle, at their winter home,
68 Second avenue. Both Mr. and Mrs.
Krantz have visited Daytona, but Hu
bert is here for the first time, nnd
hopes to be benefited by the rhnnge
and milder climate, as he is convales
cing from a serious Illness.
Colonial Tea at Palmetto club j
house, Monday, Feb. 22nd, 3 to 5, given
by the D. A. R. Chapter. Froceeds j
for educational fund. Admission 25 1
cents. lG4-2t I
For Rent Furnished new house
on S. Palmetto, never been occupied.
Rest of the season reasonable. Ad
dress 29 Cypress street. 159-tf
The dull world hath need of you.
DO YOUR BANKMG
A MEMBER Cf
Of BAM i fa A s if,
When Was He In the Legislature?
' "The legislature, pa?" "The aver
age legislature, my son," replied J.
Fuller Gloom, "is a debtaing society
wherein nobody knows what he is
talking about, and docs not care any
thing about, what anybody else is
' Car crank hard? Try- Good Gulf
I Gasoline and oils. Phone 19 Blue. A.
I F. Hutchinson, agent. 3-t
ATTRIBUTES SUCCESS TO
ADVERTISING IN DAILY NEWS
The lucky purchase sal" v.v
started at the Quality Shop-yestei day
morning and Is to continue fur :iin
days, waB besieged with sh'-pp-rs
from early morning until nearly add
'night, and the bevy of extra clerks
hired especially for the Me sale r
'scarcely able to handle the 1u.-ir.s
Goods, as advertised in the Itoi!"
News, are going like hot caken, aid
the proprietor of the Quality Simp at
tributes his unprecedented I 1 1 ; in
business to advertising in the rolim.v
of a paper that is read by n-arly
everybody. Sale will continue f r
j eight days more and new bargain? ar
being offered as daily shipments if
I flift lnnlfv tiurnlirieo nrrivp
Since the discovery of dianuiii'ls in
Arkansas, In 1908, 1,375 Btuncs. osrre
gatlng 55C carats, have been i".:.4
L?nd Lost Throuoh Erosion.
' Tllt amount of erosion going on in
this world is something astonishing.
: The .Mississippi has stolen by erosion
i from the dillc rent states through
, which it runs enough territory to make
of itself a small state.
Caretaker wanted for a real Pt,itn
development; must be in position to j
buy home and live on property, which
:U located in town: peed Income fori
rijht patty. E. II. Herritk, Po.t
, Orange, Fla. Wi lt i
Billiard Tables Rest on Rock.
Billiard tables, supported mi f
rock are amone the novel :ea;.:r'-
a 36-room concrete resid' ti
on one of the islands of the
archipelago In Puget sout d.
ble rests on a ma-sive contri
which extends through a:i op'
the floor and has its footitu'
rock, and is therefore as sol d
free from vibration as if it
part of the island itself. Pu;.;.
Small I'oy ;,H'd t-Whin'? Yessir; ye
I to th' sign "Trof'u..
! cured;" cross th :ield with th' bull in
it an- you'll see a sign "No fishin' al
' lowed." that's it. Lite.
Household Hint From Fat
(You could write your nan:
table, it was that dusty.) '.-''
said father, peering over 1. -teye
glass-si at his itid'istr:
playini; dattehler, "I :iy. sim;
stop liammerrT c:i t!i-
.,. ,, , iop uammer-.n? c:i ui- .
road till ve come 1 r . ...
,' i Rag' for a w.iile, and pr.i"
mother would be pleased."
Our bank is a member of the FEDERAL RE
SERVE BANKING SYSTEM of the United States.
Once a member of this "Federal Reserve" System,
a bank is one of the VAST ARMY of responsible
banks which STAND TOGETHER for each other s
protection and for the protection of depositors.
Your money is absolutely safe in our bank and
you can GET IT when you WANT IT.
Make OUR bank YOUR bank
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Hand Shaking Dangerojs
. r;v!...:.-t leieuiiy u,,:im un.
der the fiiern.-ils of men. women and
children no Uss than thirteen differ
ent kinds of disease germs, including
those of tuberculosis, diphtheria and
Mr. Pinkys Grievance.
"I wouldn't o' had no trouble wif do
constable ner nobody," sai1 Mr Eras.
tus Pinkley, "if it ha,in-t Wn .
xuuian s love o drrss
Africa's Potential Wealti.
For its future industrial d
Already coal deposits to the vai
more than three hundred niii-'i
lars have been discovered ai ".'.?
Cape to Cairo route, while niorf
five thousand waterfalls offer " '
ful possibilities for the establ:-.:
of waterpower centers.
- u.n was
dress got to do w ith lt? -n'.-oH
er. "My women folks warn't satisfied to
eat de mos' of de chicken. Dev had to
put de feathers in deir hats an' pa
rade 'em as cimcumstantial evidence."
Had Discovered That.
tlnir'o thtt h-ihv"' 9kpd Th'"1
"What has ! bor of the new father. "F:r-
the proud parent. "Pon't you ti:
a baby brightens up a hous-h i
dcrfully?" pursued the friend,
said the parent, with a sigh.
the gas going most of the night
New York Globe.