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This is not ORTONA, but a Bird's-eye View o Hartford, Connecticut, and
The Largest and Finest Property in the City Owned by Us.
627 Loti Restricted to pne and Two Family Houses. Four Miles oE Graded Streets. Fourteen Homes in Construction.
8500 Feet of Water Pipe Installed. 3000 Feet of Cement Sidewalk and. Curb. 500 Norway Maples Transplanted.
This will give you an idea what we are about to do at Ortona.
Take a Boat Ride Today on the Ortona Boat Free of Charge and Look It Over.
Meet Us at Donnelly's Wharf at 9:30 . M. or 2:00 P. M.We Will Do the Rest.
SIMPSON & POPE
LOCAL OFFICE WITH
A. E. DONNELLY, Real Estate
'eninsula : Department
Devoted to the interests of
DAYTONA BEACH and
THE DAYTO NA
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Office: Seabreeze Avenue
Phone j Red
SIDNEY PENDELL, Manager
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
Walls arrive and depart from Sea-
pie postofflce as follows:
Southbound Arrive 6:45 a. m., and
P. m: depart, 11:15 a. m. and
50 p. m.
Northbound Arrive, 2:45 a. m. and
13 D. m denart 1MB and 8:00 D.m.
ISunday hours General delivery
wn from 2:00 to 3:00 p. m.
arrive and denart from the
kytona Beach postofflce as follows:
Southbound Arrive 5:30 a. m. and
P m.; depart, 12 noon and 6:30
I N'orthbound Arrive 6:30 a. m. and
lf P m.; depart 1:35 and 6:30 . m.
I Sunday hours General delivery
from 8:30 to : 30 a. m. Windows
PI be closed for the distribution of
I Orders for job printing received at
off.ee win be promptly executed
F-3 aelhered to your address.
I Offer For Sale
only large lot on Halifax River,
,: 175 et on Halifax avtnua,
rH'r? bick o river, 350 feet; 8--m
home, completely furnlthed.
prettiert tpot on the Halifax
cr i5" wall, Juat put In, which
tt U.ooo.00. the price la 818
ffjj: terma; worth 120,000.00.
mi? . m " 11S "ed and I will
p'le, you ,nd ake you over the
J. E. D. GRAVES
""b'eew Ave. and Live Oak St.
"ubiic Stenographer In Office.
VS. BROOKLYN BOYS
BIG CAME OF BASEBALL IS
SCHEDULED FOR NEXT FRIDAY
AT EBBETS' PARK LINE-UP TO
BE LATER ANNOUNCED.
There is to be a game of baseball
at Ebbets' park next Friday afternoon
between the Brooklyn Superbas and
a picked team from the combined
clubs of Hotel Clarendon and the Or
niond which Is sure to furnish a lot
of fun for local fans, regardless of the
Both of the big hotels have a num
ber of professional and semi-professional
players In their line-up this sea
son, who have made their mark in the
baseball world some time since, but
owing to an unusual amount of prac
tice, they are all In the pink of condi
tion and should give an excellent ac
count of themselves In next Friday's
At the present time the Brooklyn
Superbas are undergoing a stiff work
out every day under the watchful eye
of Manager Robinson, and if weather
conditions are right on the day of the
match, hundreds of fans from all over
this section w ill be on band to "give
them the once over,'" and incidentally
to size up their chances of being pen-j
ant winners this fall.
William Klem, official umpire of
the National league, will umpire Fri
days game, which adds another fea
m.e l tl.c bis cvr A line-up of
both teams will appear in an early
issue of the Daily News. Street car
service will be operated to and from
the grounds on next Friday afternoon.
Came called at 3:00 o'clock.
The Price We Pay.
There is no sadder sight than the
direct striving auer m .u --
! in this thoroughly conditioned world,
The Kcret of success in life is for
a man to be ready for opportunity
when it comes. Disraeli.
RESIDENT8 OF THE LAKE 8TATE
GATHER AT THE NAUTILUS
CASINO AND ELECT OFFICERS
Quite a number of citizens of the
Lake state assembled at the Nautilus
casino Thursday afternoon for the pur
pose of organizing a Michigan state
Henford Deacon, secretary of the
Daytona board of trade, acted as tem
Mr. Pickett, of Mllford, Mich., was
elected president; B. H. Smith, of
Cairo, Mich., vice-president, and MIrs
Emily Hendricks, of South Haven,
Mich., secretary of the society for the
period of one year. These officers also
constitute the entertainment commit
tee and announce that a basket picnic
will be held next Thursday, March 11, !
at Ponce Park, the trip to be made on
the regular boat of the Nutting line.
All desiring to attend the picnic are
requested to notify by postal the sec
retary, Miss Emily Hendricks, 407
Goodall, Daytona Beach, Fla.
LOW TIDES ON THE BEACH.
Afternoon and Forenoon Tides Occur at
Approximately the Same Hour
Dally News, 16c per week.
FOR SALE 6-room cottage; elec
tric lights, bath; centrally located;
also business property and lots for
sale. Address box 87, Daytona Beach.
Buasea and Bun,, Waona
WOOD FOR 8ALE.
BEACH TRANSFER CO.
Branch 41 Nicholson, Prop's.
Livery. Feed aad Sale SlaUes
Phone 169 Blue, Daytona Beach.
IN YALE UNIVERSITY
NEW HAVEN, Conn., March 6.
The intercollegiate championship will
be held here this evening. The breast
and back stroke swims have been sub
stituted for the plunge for distance
event. Considerable opposition ha
arisen In the last few years to the
plunge event owing to the lack of In
terest In the competition, and also
to the Ions; time necessary to run off
TIDAL WAVE WOULD NOT
INTERFERE WITH PRACTICE
If persistent practice will have any
thing to do with winning this year's
national baseball pennant, the Brook
lyn boys can start in right now and
buy real estate in Daytona with a
share of their percentage earnings.
Rain doesn't seem to interfere in the
least with Manager Robinson's plans
to keep the players with their noses
continually on the grindstone, and It
Is doubtful if there is anything short
of a tidal wave that would cause him
to let up. Even if the latter condition
existed, he would, In all probability,
erect an ark provided with accommo
dations for practice of the game.
Climatic conditions here are work
ing wonders with the boys as regards
their general health and appetites.
Every player Is enjoying perfect
health and In many cases are putting
on extra weight. All of the hotels at
which the players are quartered, are
showing the boys special attention so
that when they leave here In April
the proprietors will have no regrets
for not having done all In their power
to help the boys to attain success.
COME IN AND GET
A BOX OF CANDY
Park & Tilford's
VAN VALZAH BUILDING.
MODEL STEAM AND FRENCH
Hxl.ro auchinary. We Cln, Preaa aad
Two doors oast el East Coast Slate
CURRAN 8TILL MAINTAINS
RECORD FOR CATCHING FI8H
L. B. Curran, of Elmlra, N. Y., who
spends his winters at Daytona Beach,
and who bears the reputation of being
the champion fisherman of this lo
cality, still maintains his record. Wed
nesday he landed 60 fish from the pier
and again yesterday he brought In a
string of 50.
The Dally Newt, 16c per week.
Home-made Bread and
Daytona Beach Homo Bakery
Nazi te Ljrria Tbaatar
Harry A. Horn
ATTORNEY ANDCOUN.ELLER AT
DAYTONA tffiSSfi'Tr. rLfl..na
Touriiii Car For Hire
B. E. Williams, driver
Now Five Passaaler Oaklaad
Pkoae 163-Bl.o Daytoaa. Beach
G. E. Darby, who has been the guest
of his father, G. W. Darby, at Daytona
Beach, departed today orl his return
to his home In Blossburg, Pa. Mr.
Darby will first go to New Orleans,
where he expects to remain for a few
days before starting directly for home.
A Saving Person.
Boarder "What do you mean by
calling us to breakfast at this hour?
It's only five o'clock." Waitress
"The missus heard It thundering, and
she told ua to hurry up and serve
breakfast before the milk soured."
Why our deposits Grow
We consider the Interests of our deposi
tors and clients mutual with those of our
... .no lo errectually carry out this
progressive principle, we are ever alert
In rendering th. most efficient, prompt
and courteous banking .ervlce con.l.tent
with good banking principle. Your ac
count is solicited.
Our depo.it. have more than doubled
EAST COAST STATE BANK
Dayton a. iieach, fixjrida