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Kayser
SILK GLOVES
We have a full line black
white and colors
CHAS. E. GARDINER CO.
Crystal Theater
TODAY
WM. J. BURNS, THE GREATEST LIVING DETECTIVE, IN
The Five Million Dollar Counterfeitting Plot
SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE ALSO APPEARS IN THIS FEATURE
IN SIX HUNDRED SCENES, SIX PARTS.
TOMORROW
PARAMOUNT PICTURES
"Sunshine Polly"
A TENSE AND GRIPPING DRAMA OF THE OIL FIELD
IN FIVE PARTS.
CRESCENT THEATER
TODAY
PARAMOUNT PICTURES.
"The Scales of Justice"
FEATURING PAUL McALLISTER IN FIVE ACTS.
TOMORROW
"More Than Queen"
NATURAL COLOR In Four Acts
PATHE WEEKLY
IIP
I j .-J 11?.J..J. tnr Of All.
and Can't are two words to keep men poor.
DO NOT USE THEM.
A gentleman said to rue a few days ago. "Van I could
have bought the six lots where your business is for $1100.00.
If I had known what I know now I would have bought them.
That was less than four years ago. I bought them of Mr.
Horace Stewart for that price. Last fall I was offered $650.00
for one lot, a corner.
You say, I can't see how they can increase in value any
more. Well, next fall when you come down you are going to
pay 20 per cent, more for your lots than if you bought them
this spring. And you are going to do it.
I bought two lots ten years ago for $100.00. I sold them
last fall for $800.00. And that price was less than asked for
property adjacent. There are just as good bargains offered
now. Read the different ads every day. If you had been here
twelve years as I have you would recognize the various good
things offered by different ones.
Study over this advice, and let me know if there is a better
place to live than in any one of these three live towns.
Sincerely yours,
A. VAN DE VORD
DAYTONA BEACH PHONE 164 RED.
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Free Seats --Trained ChorUS Choir- Pipe Oman
Mid-week Prayer Service, Wednesday night, 7:30. Topic, "FREE
DON AND WHAT IT MEANS TO BE FREE." A refreshing of the
spirit In the midst of the cares of life; a chance to think together freely
and hospitably, on high themes; the strength and gladness of Christian
fellowship.
WM. J. DREW. Minister.
more, departed Wednesday for St. Aa
gustlne enroute to their home in New
York. Mrs. Chamberlin Is Mrs. Oli
ver's sister.
Full line stationery at LeSesne's
Kodak Place. 179-tf
Boat for Sale. $225.0025 ft. cabin
cruiser; good condition; 10 h.p. motor
just installed. Apply to E. A. Dilling
ham, Daytona Novelty works. 186-tf
Silver tea at Mrs. Donnelly's, Friday
afternoon . 185-3t
Another daughter was born to Mr.
und Mrs. Harry Gartner, Tuesday af
ternoon, at their home on South
Hldgewood avenue. Both mother and
baby are reported to be getting along
nicely.
It "beats the Dutch" how many per
sons with short upper nps ana
schnnmes that sound like sauerkraut,
or roast beef, or spaghetti, or bag
pipes, wear Bhamrocks on the seven
teenth of Ireland. But It's a hearten
ing sight Just the same, and the
wickedness of many a shlllalah has
been neutralized by It.
For Sale Fine, up-to-date electric
plant; only used two months; consist
ing of one 1-h.p. gas engine, 1 k.w. dy
namo and one set of batteries contain
ing 54 cells; fine plant for country
seat; reason for selling, electric light
company ran wires to my home; plant
may be examined by applying to Chas.
Prettyman, owner, Ormond Beach,
Fin. 184121
Silver tea at Mrs. Donnelly's, Friday
afternoon . 185-3t
B,
Mr.
came
and Mrs. H. L. Weaver, who
to Daytona shortly after the
linltdavs. and have been with Mr.
Weaver's narents, Mr. and Mrs,
Gorum Weaver, at their North Ridge
wood avenue home, left Tuesday on
their return to Colorado Springs, Col.
For Sale Ford touring car,
1915 model: run four months, in ex
cellent condition. Possession given
April first. Enquire of Dr. D. O. Por
tor, Ponce Park, Florida. 180-6t
First Methodist Episcopal Church
Corner N. Palmetto Ave. and Bay Street
J. H. ELDER. Pastor.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday evening, 7:30.
Preaching, 11:00, Sunday morning.
Sunday School, 9:45.
Junior League, 2:15.
Epworth League, 6:45.
Evening Worship at 7:30.
A cordial invitation to tourists and all others who have no church
home here.
Wilfred Gross, of Louisville, Ky., a
cousin of Fred W. Slilrle, stopped over
In Daytona from Tuesday until Wed
nesday to see Mr. Skirle and family
and 3. C. Liken at the latter's winter
home on North Rldgewood avenue.
Mr. Gross had been making a tour of
the interior of the state and visiting
Kisslmmee, in the vicinity of which
place he owns some property .
For charter by the day, the yacht
Ellayre. Cement bridge office. 170-tf
Snm attractive summer rentals.
furnished, near In. E. S. Hall, owner.
182-12t
Wanted Mortgage of $1500, 3 or 5
years on 300 acres in Ormond, half a
mile from railroad station. Herrlck,
F. W. Pope's office, 212 S. Beach St
172-tf
A. E. Lane, district superintendent
for the . Western Union Telegraph
company, came to Daytona, Tuesday
afternoon from DeLand, and leaves to
day for Jacksonville. Mr. Lang is still
suffering from rheumatism and has
asked to be relieved for awhile to give
him a chance to recuperate. He has
Launch "Home Run." the most
comfortable launch on the river, for
charter. Inaulre Mills' Cafe. 181-et
Mrs. H. J. Shoemaker arrived from
Elmira, N. Y., the forepart of the week
and joined her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
B. Van Orsdall at their winter home
on South Rldgewood avenue. Mrs.
Shoemaker came to Daytona because
of the Illness of Mr. and Mrs. Van
onuiHil. boLli of whom, however,
now Improved.
Recitations and Impersonations
by Mr. and Mrs. John W. Rush, of
New York, at Christian church, Fri
day evening, March 19, 7:30. 185-3t
FOR SALE Railroad ticket, Day
tona to Washington, D. C, good until
March 23rd. See Bingham & Thomp
son, 174 South Beach street 183-3t
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Chamberlin, who
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Oliver at their Daytona Beach home.
Mrs. Chamberlin for several weeks
and Mr. Chamberlin for a week or
Mrs. John Lyon, of Gloversville, N.
Y has purchased from Mrs. Glen G.
DeGroot the property located at the
northwest corner of Rldgewood and
Loomis avenues. The transfer was
made through N. Boris through whom
Mrs. DeGroot purchased the place In
the past December. Mrs. Lyon ex
pects to Improve the property.
Best investment ever offered; lots
S50 to S250. Rldcewood avenue. Port
Orange; easy terms; fronting on pro
posed trolley. Bungalows for sale, 00
up, and built to order, payable
monthly. Herrlck, F. W. Pope's office,
212 S. Beach St 172-tf
John C. Reld, of St. Louis, Mo., ar
rived Monday and Joined Mrs. Reld
and their little daughter, Catherine,
who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs.
E. H. Armstrong for nearly two
months at their home In Bungalow
Park. Mr. Reld will be here for about
two weeks and on his return to St
Louis will be accompanied by his wife
and daughter.
many friends in Daytona who would
rejoice at his relief from his arch
enemy.
For Rent 17 room house in At
lantlc City. N. J. Address "D," Daily
News office. 182-6t
LOST. i
On March 16, a small round gold
pin, topaz in center, with claw setting.
Liberal reward it returned to 220 S
Palmetto avenue. 186-2t
Cathedral's Vicissitudes.
St. Paul's cathedral ot London has
had a strange association with fire.
The first edifice on the present site
was erected in 610 by Ethelbert, king
of Kent, but in 1087 this was de
stroyed by fire. Finally in 1666, when
the great fire devastated most of Lon
don, St. Paul's was wrecked, this be
ing the fifth fire. In 1675 the pres
ent church was built by Charles II at
a cost of more than (7,500,000.
OURMUONAL BANK
I IS A MEMBER OF
Ttit rcutHnt
neve at re
Silver tea at Mrs. J. H. Donnelly's
Friday afternoon, 3:30 to 6:00, benefit
Ladles' Circle, Congregational church.
Everybody invited. 185-3t
Read the new ad top half ot page
eleven big bargain in Allandale.
BETTER THAN EVERI
Dr. Schadt's Interesting, all-rail parties
to New York, Tuesdays and Saturdays.
March and April; also May S. 7, 10 and 14.
$1S.OO, Jacksonville to New York or any
point on Long Branch Railroad. $16.80
rail and steamship route. First class on
boat, Thursdays. Address Aragon Hotel,
Jacksonville, Fla.
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Capable MEN in oar bank know the safety or unsafely of an
investment
We will make you feel AT HOME. Come in.
Our bank is a member of the national FEDERAL
RESERVE SYSTEM of banks which STAND TOGETHER
to protect themselves and their depositors.
When your money is in our bank you can GET it when
you WANT it
Make OUR bank YOUR bank.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
It is a Wise Son Who Knows
When to AsBBisTather
for Money
THAT 8IX-R00M, FURNACE HEATED, UP-TO-DATE BUN
GALOW, WITH ALL IMPROVEMENTS ON A RIDGEW000
AVENUE LOT, 65x400, WITH A LOT OF ORANGE AND
GRAPEFRUIT TREE8, ROSE GARDEN, GARAGE, ETC, IS
A PURCHASE ON WHICH FATHER WOULD BE GLAD
TO MAKE YOU A LOAN.
The Price is Only $8,500
with half cash payment.
talk TO LEIDERSDORF
ARCADE BUILDING
OPEN EVENINGS. TEL. 262 RED. OPEN SUNDAYS
S9t
MUCH
SAD HAPPENINGS ON
WEST SIDE OF CITY
WEEPING AND WAILING OF THE
ANGUISHED HEARD DAILY
FROM EARLY MORNING UNTIL
LATE AT NIGHT.
For the past several days the city
pound has resounded with unjoyful
canine music, as a result of the of
ficial dog-catcher's activity. Incarcer
ated In the municipality's palatial dor
mitory on the western outskirts of
Daytona are dogs and dogs. There
were other dogs, but they have gone
to their long homes, being materially
aided In starting on the far Journey
by the Impounder, who also acts as
official executioner. Dogs of good,
bad and indifferent character; dogs
with long hair, short hair, and almost
no hair at all; fat dogs, lean dogs,
good and mean dogs hounds, curs,
bulla, terriers, pointers and pups all
have found their way into the tempo
rarily protecting care ot the lawful
doggery.
It was long since ordained that one
who keeps a dog of any description
whatsoever in this city must procure
a permit for the privilege of so doing.
And this said permit costs a dollar
plus a quarter. Thereupon hangs this
long, rambling tale. The owners of
some dogs have failed to formally
disconnect themselves from the nec
essary license fees; other dogs have
no masters and are, of course, indi
gent in the fullest meaning of the
word.
Llcenseless dogs are taken up, plac
ed in the pound, kept three days at
public expense, and unless somebody
GREAT
Removal Sale
Starts Monday, March 22nd
ON ALL
Coats, Suits, Dresses
Skirts and Gowns
Be Princess Shop
124 S. Beach St., Cor. Magnoln
Meat to Lucn Ike "Land Ma"
SCHEDULE OF BASEBALL GAMEl
Brooklyn vh. Birmingham iSogihn
league): March M. H. '.
Brooklyn vs Jacksonville: March ll
17. 18.
Brooklyn vs. Philadelphia America
Mtircn is. in, si. i..
Brooklvn vs. Philadelphia Amnios
Mar.). 1Q 9ft 21. 22.
Brooklyn vs. All-Star Cubans: Xri
23. 21, z.i. ZH. ., , .
Brooklyn vs. Nw York Amencm
lr.Mh 9 9M 91 3ft
Brooklyn vs. Keewatln Collc: Mm!
31, April 1, Z.
r0 !
THE WEATHER,
Fulr tonlflht with frost almoit to
twenty-iixtn paraiiei
comes along and puts up Jl.!5 and fit
pound fee, something harrowing ttt
nana Tim onlv record kept of
happens to the unfortunate dog- it
always covered up-witli tresn tun.
.Chief of Tolico Milton will m
further information.
CARrToFTHANKS.
nr. n.l Mrs. Bolianucn !! 4
thb the members of t!.e W
Vtu v.. -
nre department and all "t.iers -J
rendered assistance at tne u. "-i
fire in their residence on Mwq
avenue
OVER MILLION BRITISH
TROOPS NOW IN FRANCE
MANY OFFICERS HUH
PARIS, MARCH 17HEAVY CASUALTIES AMONG THE BR
.' Aim.nAVS' BATT1
OFFICERS WAS A FEATURE OF THE TEnniriw r .
- .,c uPRE DEFETBl
AT NEUVE CHAPPELLE, WHERE THE Btnm'"
AND FORCED TO RETREAT FOUR MILES. THE BRITISH L .
ESTIMATED AT 10,000 MEN, KILLED, WOUNDED OR MISSING.
THIS NUMBER WERE OVER 200 OFFICERS. thaT
ENGLAND NOW HAS THE LARGEST ARMY IN FRANC
EVER BEEN PLACED ON FOREIGN SOIL. THE BRITIS
Tuie rnnuTDv unui miiubes AVER A MILLION MEN.
THESE HAVE NOT YET BEEN SENT TO THE FIRING 'jij
THE GERMANS HAVE EVACUATED BOint
YPRES AND DIXMUDE. NORTH OF THE AHW M hEAH
LAUNCHED A SEVERE OFFENSIVE MOVEMENT, LO
WITHOUT ACHIEVING MATERIAL RESULTS OF ADV
n a J
$200,000 SHOE FACTORY FIRE Tuu..
BERRY, N. H, March 17-Woodbury shoe factory, No. . j
by fire today. The lost la 1200,000.
A HOME ON
RIDGEWOOD
may be what you most desire.
It so, I have the lot It is close
In, 50x125, east front It is a
beautiful spot on which to erect
your bungalow. Call at rear
413 8. Palmetto, or see Agent.
Bargain--$1800:-
After
a Plunge
fteenn's
Sulphur So2?
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