THE OAYTONA DAILY NEWS. TUESDAY. MARCH 23, 1915
Business and Professional
i THE CITY of DAYTON A
CsmpleU Information that Dally Newa readera will find moat. valuable.
Name, addra.a and phone number of eome of the leading busineta flrma and
professional men of Daytona, the "Prettiest Winter Resort In the World."
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
PR WlCuAM :"dAVEV-186 South DAYTONA STEAM LAUNDRY Beach
Beh Street. I and Falrvlew. Phone 8.
KODAKS AND SUPPLIES.
MILLS' CAFE 54 South Beach Street.
CESESNE'S KODAK PLACE 228 South, phone 178-Black.
Brh Street. Phone 227.
WOOD AND COAL.
DAYTONA WOOD & COAL CO. 454
Orange Ave. Phone 127 Red.
iTHE BEE HIVE Ladiei' and Genu'
! LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING Modern, rea.
THE NEW JEWELER S. E. Leeher, 88:
SouUi Beach Street. I
sonable. 318 S. Palmette.
C. L. HARVEY 51 First Ave.; phene 113.
Oroen, General Teaming. I
HALIFAX LIVERY & TRANSFER CO.
High Class Rigs. Phone 138-Blue. L.
C i .irk lennardy. Proprietor.
DAYTONA INSTITUTE 216 S. Beach St
Founded 1880. S. Elizabeth Stoever. prin
A NSW SUIT? See Vlnzant, 34 South
MODfcL CLEANING COMPANY 406
South Street. Phone 359. Black.
CAKOM AND POCKET BILLIARDS
Pete Rodgsrs, 34 South Beach Street.
I tinch Room In Rear.
BOAT AND AUTO TRIPS.
TOMOKA RIVER, MOUND GROVE,
New SMYRNA and I N LET Steamers
lave dallv 3 S. Beach St. Phone ai Heg
G. L. JOHNSON For bale, neni anu
Repairs. Arcade uuiiaing, uppuaiu.
DAYTONA WOMAN'S EXCHANGE 19
Magnolia Ave., Daytona. Fla
MRS. MASSON'S NEW ENGLAND TEA
ROOM It Magnolia ve. urucn
for frnmemade (fandles. cakes, salads.
En route to all points
North and West
Arrive St. Louis ,
to loan on Al
See A. E. DONNELLY
74 SOUTH BEACH STREET.
Olive Hedges, Oak Trees. Plants ana
Shrubs, Palms, Vines,
SEE WM. EICK
498 SO. BEACH ST. Phone 30-Reo
MRS. L. HOBB'S SHOP Embroideries,
17 Maqnolla Ave
ANNISQUAM TEA ROOM 38 S. Beach
Orders taken for home cooking.
your Shees Repaired at the Champion
loe Shop, 8 Ivy Lane. Leave work at
Prompt schedule arrivals demon
Efficiency denotes A Better
27 Hogan Street
S. C.Baird, F. P. A.
Ask Us About the California Expositions
J. P. ESCH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
n n.vtnna RbdkIi til I'll 1 1
I rillll.UlU '"J "
house south of M. E. Church. Omc
tiours. 12 to Z. and 6 lo i p. m. ieie
nhone No. ISO.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Standard Railroad of the South
FOR INFORMATION AND
W. D. STARK
TRAVELING PASSENGER AGENT
Daytona Daily News
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
9:30 A. M. TO 12:00 NOON
ADDRESS LETTERS, P. 0. BOX 741
1 AY T O X A , F 1j O 111 I) A
BROOKLYN TOOK THE
FOURTH AND FINAL
GAME FROM PHILLIE
It was a curiously arranged baso
ball team that presented Itself on
Ebbets field yesterday afternoon to
play the Superbas the final game of
the series. And yet it gave a good
account of Itself as the score of 7 to
G will indicate. The Iirooklynites
took the big end of the tally, but
the somewhat shuffled up Mackmen
made it more than interesting for the
gentlemen from beyond the suspen
Jack Harry, Rube Oldring, Jimnile
Walsh and Amos Strunk were among
the missing, along with Joe Bush
and a couple of young pitchers, hav
ing returned to Jacksonville on Sun-
lies, as he was rather wild and in
effective. The weather was anything but per
fect for good baseball; the chilly
breeae from the northwest made it
Kaoli of the Athletic outer-gardeners
Contributed a Circus Ca'ch.
NOTICE THE ADVERTISEMENTS IN EACH ISSUE
RIDE ON RED STAR AUTO LINE
OKMOND 60C-KOUNI) TRIP-NKW SMYRNA $1.00. Phone 144
Canal Packet Line
Freight and Passenger Service
STEAMER SWAN sails from Daytona Sunday forenoon, arriving at
Jacksonville Monday morning.
STEAMER SWAN sails from Daytona Tuesday evening, arriving at
Jacksonville Wednesday Evening.
Boat leaves Jacksonville for Daytona and Eau Gallie, and points
enroute, Monday and Thursday nights at 6:00 o'clock.
EXCELLENT SERVICE. PROMPT SCHEDULE
For Information Phone 49 Blue.
GEO. F. CROUCH, Agent
GREATEST AMUSEMENT HALL
... IN THE SOUTH . . .
Finely Appointed Motion Picture Theatre.
POOL and BILLIARDS BOWLING
Famous Coney Island Ball Gam
ICE CREAM AND REFRESHMENTS. ICE CREAM WHOLESALE
Up-to-Date Restaurant. Open at all Hours.
day evening. This left Ira Thomas
with the job on his hands of putting
together a team composed of sundry
recruit pitchers, the remnants of the
infield, etc. The result resembled
an Irish stew, but somehow tin?
bunch managed to pull throu;;H nine
iiiniii(;s in fairly good fashion.
Ira Thomas decorated the initial
sack, while Hamilton did the hurling,
the outfield being composed of thr,1.'
slab artists, who, by the way, turned
out to be gardeners of sorts. Kac'u
of them pulled off n grandstand cntcli
in succession, in two instances rob
bing the Superba batsmen of what
looked to be sure hits.
Pavies made the first one handed
stab off Cutshaw in the opening round
and was immediately followed by Ten
nock, who took Getz' high foul away
over by the automobile row. Volts
In right field contributed Ids special
ty in the second session when he
grabbed Zimmerman's smash with
i one horny mitt.
Jake Paubert and McCr.rty were
I absent from the Superba lineup, be-
ing engaged outside the city, whi'.
l Za.k Wheat reclined on hie bench
j and watched Mr. Egan cavort in left
field. John Hummel performed at
Jake's station and acquitted himself
in style, slamming out a triple and
otherwise distinguishing himself.
OUie O'Mara got into the game for
four innings at the end of the game,
Getz having held down the shortfield
position up to the fifth.
Joe Chabek and Mack Wheat did
the battery work during the first five
rounds, giving place to Goodbred
ind Snow for the last four Innings.
It was off Goodbred's shoots that the
Athletics collected five of their tal-
The batters needed raincoats while
Goodbred was in the box.
inordinately cool for both spectators
and players, while the hurlers' arms
refused to work in their best manner.
From start to finish, the game was
more or less of a comedy, thanks to
the efforts of a rabid fan in till
bleachers, ably seconded by Ira
Thomas and sundry other diamond
warriors who have well develope 1
bumps of humor.
Today the Superbas entertain the
All-Star Cubans at Kbbets field in
the first of a four-game series. The
visitors from the l'earl of the Antilles
may be depended upon to furnish a
considerable argument during their
stay in this section, as their reputa
tion on the diamond is such as to
guarantee a creditable performance.
The lineup and score by innings
of yesterday's game follow:
Athletics: Thompson, rf; Unstick,
.lb; Crane, ss: Lapp, c; Pavies, cf
Pennock, If; Volta, rf: Thomas, lb:
Prooklyn: Schult::. lib; Ilummell.
lb; Cutshaw, 2b; I.'gan, If; Myer..
cf; Get;:, O'Mara. ss; Zimmerman,
rf; Wheat and Snow, c; Chabek ami
Athletics 10000401 0 G
Prooklyn 2 0 113 0 0 0 x 7
I'mpires. Klein and Coombs.
P. V. SULLIVAN & CO.
House Moving and Raising.
Any and all kinds.
PHONE 96-BLACK P.O. BOX 427
EDWARD F. OATES
ATTORNEY AT LAW
CIVIl, 11USINHSS ONLY
234 S. Beach St. DAYTONA
BAPTISTS ACTIVE IN NORTH
CAROLINA AND TENNESSEE
NEWREllX, N. C, March 23. Over
?,00 delegates are here attending the
Woman's Missionary union of the
Uaptist Missionary union, which be
gan today. Church problems and
amusements for young people will
be discussed, along with church problems.
K.N'OXVII.l.K, Tenn., March 23.
In order that 2,000 delegates may be
given an insight into conditions as
they exist in different phases of Bap
tist work and take back reports to
their home districts, a convention if
Tennessee Baptist men began here
Net Entirely Heartbroken.
A father who intended to make a
great professional man of his son
usually manages to conceal his disap
pointment when the boy signs up for
i neat salary as a ball player.
An Umbrella Hint.
Before using a new umbrella or
sunshade rub a small quantity of vas
eline into the hinge portions of the
frame. This will not ran like oil, and
it is a sure preventive against rust.
F. W. POPE
South Beach St, Daytona, Fla,
DR. J. C. HERMAN
Graduate under A. T. Still founder ol
the Science, Kirksvllle, Mo.
14th Season in Daytona.
Phone 40. 20 Volusia Ave
MUNROE & STEVENS
OF VOLUSIA COUNTY, FLORIDA
Orders for Tourist Box Trade Solicited
Ollk-e just South of the Rldgewood Hole
T. E. FITZGERALD
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
Special Facilities for Examining
and Perfecting Land Titles.
PHONE 18 DAYTONA, FLA
DR. R. LANGF1ELD
ELECT RO-M ECHANO-THE RAPIST
The Latest Scientific Methods.
Specialty: Chronic Diseases
247 North Rldgewood Ave.,
Corner First Avenue.
MCDONALD'S BOAT YARD
C. M. McDONALD & SON. Propr's
Railways. Boats Built, Repaired
and Housed. Dredging Contracts
Residence or business prqperty
on Southwest Corner of Ridge
wood and Volusia avenues. Lot
Is 85x200 feet. Price attractive if
sold at once. Apply on premises.
C. M. ROGERS
M. Am. S. C. E.
Office Phone 122-Hlue
Resiitrnre Phone IRS-Blue
C. C. BARNES
is stilt on the job, and will re
pair all sorts of domestic Ma
chinery and Implements, such
as Sewing Machines, Type
writers, Phonographs and Lawn
Mowers; also Trunks, Suitcases,
etc. Shop is in the rear of No.
99 S. BEACH STREET.
"Permanent Health Through Per
DR. JOHN D. STEELY
The experienced application of
manual manipulation to the cure of
nervous and chronic disease a
Osteopathic, Chlropratle and
Dlethetlcs and Hydrotherapy.
Consulting hours: 9:00 a. m. to
12:00 a.m.; 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p. m.
Calls annywhere on appointment.
318 Pa.metto Avenue. . Daytona
The Beautiful Land
are cheaper than they wiM ev(f
be again. Don't want to ki
yourself for omission.
W. H. Edmondson
Holly Hill :: Florida
Five Rooms and Bath-All
modern. Lot 50x115
A BARGAIN AT
" A. J. MALBY
15 Orange Avenue
Has a Selected
High Grade Groceries
22 ORANGE AVE. PH0NE?i
will serve you with the belt
the market affords in
Knr ;ile :i:i
resort in tt:
tennis, "i I;
all winter. I
LUCAS The "Land Man"
The Man that 1
That won't sell n-al rst..'e on
Sunday. r .
The "Live Wire of He un
DAYTONA . . FLOR'D
ON BEACH STREET
.South of Oranie Ave.
Bingham & Thompson
174 South Beach St.
has made a hit. o.
a bit with some Nf "
for Tomorrows "'''gtti
know how to ma" -
'PHONE 108. & SaS
cn PrOC "d
WATCH THE NE
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