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AGE NINE
A BOAT RIDE UP THE RIVER FREE
Leaving Donnelly's Wharf 9:30 A. M. and 2 P. M.
Three and One-half Hours of Pleasure including a Stop at
LOTS
S150 $400
$200 $500
$250 $1000
The Land You Will Eventually Buy
TO LOCATE YOUR WINTER HOME
The Largest and Finest Property
On the Peninsula
DIRECTLY on the
RIVER and
OCEAN
BEST ELEVATION
BEST DRAINAGE
BEST SOIL
BEST STREETS
BEST FUTURE
BEST TERMS
THE
Best
Buy
IN
Florida
BEST LOCATION
BEST VIEWS
BEST LAND
BEST PEOPLE
BEST RESTRICTIONS
BEST PRICES
EasyjTerms
OF
HARTFORD. CONN
In Fact the Best of Everything Seeing is Believing
3000 Feet of River and Ocean Frontage
Warranty Deeds Restrictions
SIMPSON & POPE
LOCAL OFFICE WITH
A. E. DONNELLY, Real Estate
Peninsula : Department
Devoted to the Interests of
DAYTONA BEACH and
SEABREEZE
T"!inny club held an unusually
H i! meeting Wednesday even-
F Mrs Mauck. hostess, at the Ma-
'"tt.tge on Halifax avenue.
THE, DAYTONA I
Office: Seabreeze Avenue
Phone j Red
SIDNEY PENDELL, Manager
Lyric Theater
SHOWING
HIGH CLASS
FEATURES
DAILY
Mr. Jackson, elder of th1'
ii. 'iiurch of Daytona, visited
uhreeze public school Wednes
1 cave a talk to the students a?
s'-rvice.
TWO CHOICE LOTS
For Sale at a Bargain
0ne on Third Ave., only 175 ft.
,r5"i Ridgewood Ave., facing
South.
Fie large lot on Fairview
Ave., near Ridgewood Ave.
Terms or cash.
LZ.BURDICK, Contractor
DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA
H. O. Box 262
RUTH LAW'S MOTOR
STALLED SATURDAY
: LACK OF GASOLINE CAUSED THE
TROUBLE AVIATOR PERMIT
TED PASSENGER TO ALIGHT
ON BRIDGE WITHOUT MISHAP.
Owing to a lack of gasoline with
which to operate her motor late i
Saturday afternoon. Iluth Law, the j
; aviator, sin ( ceded in jM-rinitl itifc her J
passenger, who was only a hoy, to j
! make a landing on the concrete i
! bridge without imperiling the liv.s.
: of cither , or damaging the machine
' to any great extent. 'Hie lad rushed
! to the nearest garage and obtained
i a ran of the tier es -ary fluid, return
UlIK witli all baste to where th
; machine stood blocking traffic on tli
bridge.
Sympathetic p.-r-rs bmk'd on ii;
...mazement at the little pilot a- she
sat stark still in tl
I Offer For Sale
only large tot on Halifax River,
"tween Daytona Beach and Sea
" e: 275 feet on Halifax avenue,
"""'"I back to river, 350 feet: 8.
-Ti houte, completely furnlahed.
,'rtHit pot on the Halifax
r.; ?r;.5a wall, Juat put In, which
oocnnMoooo- The Pr'e 16
S?: terms; worth 120,000.00.
e-f me at 116 Red and I will
Vee?r yOU nd take you over th
J. E. D. GRAVES
s... Office:
breete Ave. and Live Oak St
abile Stenographer In Office.
machine, re-1
fusing ofTers of ns-istanrc from pa -
sersby. Only a few """'i.- le fore ,
Miss Law had left the hancar on th-
beach, accompanied hv iier passet;-,
per. in an attempt to cross th- Hal',-j
fax river and return without mishap ;
n....i. n. careles-tie-is on th" I
part of her mechanician, the machine:
was allowed to g out with an in-,
sufficient quantity nf gasoline, which j
es ;:.""! tbo "r " s,!" as a,,ov i
stated. I
Miss Law drives an automobile as j
w.'ll as an aeroplane, and for the j
enlightenment of those who did not
witness the trouble, it should be I
...i ,t,ot it was her automobile (
and not the aeroplane that furnished j
I this story for tne imu .-t.-- ;
Field dav w ill be observed at th j
school next Friday. The students are
! getting up considerable enthusiasm!
lover the tennis tournament, which j
! will feature prominently in tne spore.
A number of prizes will oe onereu.
Those rooms should be rented; that
furnished house let. Try a want ad In
this department.
AUTOMOBILE STUCK
ON BEACH 12 HOURS
One of V. Cook's touring automo
biles, driven by Alfred Watts, bud u
very narrow escape from being swept
out to sea Saturday night. Coming
up the beach, between Daytona und
Port Orange, about 11:00 o'clock l'i
the evening, the chauffeur held tint
car as close to the water's edge as
poslble, in order to avoid ob
structions in the way of logs washed
up on the beach. Two mlleH north of
Port Orange, the machine stuck In
the sand, and efforts to extricate it
were altogether futile. The several
passengers, seeing that the tide was
rapidly rising, got out and made their
way back to the rity. Watts stayed
with the car all night, during which
time it sank nearly two feet In the
sand, and at one time was entirely
covered by sea water.
Watts came over Sunday morning
and reported the matter. A little later
a party of men went to the beach, an 1
after working for hours, succeeded In
prying the heavy machine from Its
almost concrete-like bed. It whs
towed back to the city, and Is now
hetntr repairer! St one of ir local
garages.
The driver of the auto says that
heavy fog rendered his lights almost
useless, and this fact caused him to
pass the danger line further than he
realized, until it was too late.
Miss Calllo Minis came up from
Lotus last week to spend tho rnmuln
! der of the season with Prof, and Mrs.
' II. K. Wakefield nnd family and her
brother, Robert Minis. Miss Calllo's
.' numerous friends are glad to have her
I with them again.
The annual food and fancy artlcli
sale, given by the ladies of the Tour
ist church In the Williams' block, on
Friday, was very successful socially
and financially. The palm fans und
vines which were used In decorating
the porch were especially effective
The various booths were brightened
with roses und plum blossoms. ISy
4:00 o'clock Friday afternoon the
stock at each stall was nearly or quite
exhausted, and tho queens "in the
counting house were counting out
their money." Mess the ladles! while i
they gave generously of their time and
talent to a benevolent cause they have
a way of keeping an eye to business.
wliile assisting the hostess. They were
presented with honored guest prizes
during the afternoon. j
Various social affairs have been
held and others are scheduled to take
place In tho near future In honor of
Mrs. Ueheloer's guests. Mrs. Plumb
entertained Miss Jollon at dinner at
the Princess Issena yeterday. Mre.
('has. Fogg gave a dinner recently as
did also Mr. and Mrs. John Uebelhoer
at Hotel Clarendon in honor of the
Brooklyn young woman. Mrs. Thomas
Cordis will entertain at cards this
evening and Miss Sawyer will give
a luncheon tomorrow, both honoring
Miss Jollon.
A FULL LINE OF
Bathing Caps
and
Water Wings
at
ATLANTIC PHARMACY
VAN VALZAH BUILDING.
The Dally Newt, 15c per week.
LOW TIDES ON THE BEACH.
Afternoon and Forenoon Tides Occur at
Approximately the Same Hour
and Minute.
Orders for Job printing received at
this office will be promptly executed
and delivered to your address.
'Buaaea and Baggage Wagons
Meet All Trains.
WOOD FOR SALE.
BEACH TRANSFER CO.
Branch at Nicholson, Prop's.
Livery, Feed and Sal SlaUce
Phone 1M Blue, Daytona Beach.
MRS. JOHN B. UEBELHOER EN
TERTAINS IN HONOR OF GUESTS
In honor of her house guests, Miss
H. A. Jollon and Mrs. Arthur W.
Plumb on Saturday afternoon, Mrs.
John B. Uebelhoer entertained at
auction bridge and 600, at her beau
tiful winter home on the ocean beach
at Seabreeze. Ten tables were en-
Stt fcJ.uj' Wu'clt Cuiiiiuiiiuu lliti
greater part of the afternoon. At
auction bridge, first prize was won
by Mrs. Flannigan, and consolation
prize was awarded to Mrs. E. B.
Putnam. Mre. McGregor won first
prize at 500 and Mrs. Beach conso
lation. The spacious parlors of the Uebel
hoer home were tastily decorated
with an abundance of cut flowers,
and plum blossoms. The salad course
served at the conclusion of play was
most delicious.
Miss Jollon Is an acomplished
Brooklyn girl, and Mrs. Plumb is a
resident of Pittsfield, Mass. Both
were beautifully attired and proved
themselves delightful entertainers
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MODEL STEAM AND FRENCH
DYE CLEANERS
Modern machinery. Wi Clean, Praa and
Repair Anything.
Two doors east of East Coast Slate
Bank
TRY OUR
Home-made Bread and
PASTRIES
Daytona Beach Home Bakery
Neil to Lyric Theater
IIauuy A. Horn
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLER AT
SpecbUatntlo KWen'j
oavtona saaas rr-. .da
in f
Touring Car For Hire
B. E. Williams, driver
New Five Passenger Oakland
Pfcoae 16S-Blne tW,.,. Ssizi
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Deposits Grow
We consider th lntr..
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tors and clients mutual with those of our
own, and to effectually carry out this
progressive principle, we ,re ever alert
In rendering th most efficient, prompt
and courteous banking service consistent
with good banking principle. Your ac
count Is solicited.
Our deooaita have . ...
durinn . O0UB,e"
1 - --J -"ring the p,., four m.n,h7 UD,M
EAST COAST STATE BANK.
PAVTONA BEACH. FIXR1DA

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