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THE DAYTON A DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1916
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M,er..n.Departm!ntEd,t DevoteJ , the Intcrcst8
Miss Irene Keating, Assistant
G-IITOAGT FOR SCHOOL
piDlUG IS AWARDED
H the regular meeting of the Coun
n Board of Public Instruction at De
mi, Monday, the bids lor the erec
,..a '0f the new school building in
freeze were opened and the con
cert was awarded to C. L. Dawkins,
Jacksonville, whose bid was
Bids for the original plj ns and spe
cifications were opened i t a former
meeting: of the board and at the that
time Little & Fhillips, of !ordele, Ga.,
rttered the lowest bid at $51,815. At
J;, time D. F. Fuquay, 3f Daytona
Beach, the only local bidder to try for
tj-e contract, put in a bid of $66,365.
nodinj these bids all above the
tsoant of money in thei hands for
expenditure, the board i ltered the
plans somewhat and call d for more
bids. These alterations wt re not such
ts to make the building mailer, but
eliminated some of the tiore expen
ses parts in the architecture.
Ko bids were received Monday from
jocal bidders although the board de
sired to award the contract to a bid
der of this vicinity if possible.
GFEII IN SEABREEZE
The registration books of election
district No. -0. will be o en at the
store of S. E. Morris, in til? postoffice t
t:Minjr, Ocean bouh-vard, Seabreeze,
ca each week day. fror i Monday,
Slirth 6tli to Mondav, April 3rd. T!u j
koura of the day will be from 9 to 12
i ci. and frmi 2 to 5 p m., and on
eich Saturday night during that time,
from 7 to 9 p. m.
Tbe above announcvinen has been
pTen out by John V. illianis, of
itsbrvere, who is the registration of
ficer tor this district.
i!i.a Dor.t!.y VanYulLt nWrg en
irrtilned a numWr nf her friends at a
lirtiniay party. Mot. iay ' evening, at
tt-r home in the S'u-ily tlo -k on Sea
hwze avenue. Miss Van 'ulkenberg
fcvlted those among the y mnger set
U the beach who art- fikut s, and the
$ DAYTONA BEACH LOCALS
Mrs. E. E. Johnson and daughter,
Maigmet, are ill at their home on
O. aadvic.v avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. McMullen have
returned to their home in New Le
banon, Ky., after spending a very
pleasant winter in Daytona Beach.
SEABREEZE PERSONALS f
A luncheon party consisting of Mr.
and Mrs. C. T. M. Smith, of Oakland,
Fla., Mr. and Mrs. L. Williams df
Highland Park, 111., Mrs. Roberta
Ferse, of Savannah, Ga., and Emory
Todd of Chtcago, 111., were registered
at the Hotel Clarendon Saturday.
Henry L. Hotchkiss, Master Henry
Hotchkiss, Miss Mary B. W. Hotchkiss
and Mile P. Wenger have arrived from
New Haven, Conn., and have joined
Mrs. H. Stewart Hotchkiss at the Ho
tel Clarendon. The party will spend
an indefinite time on the beach and
are planning a delightful stay.
Clarence Dillon has returned from
New York and has joined his wife at
the Hotel Clarendon. Mr and Mr? James F. Carey, of Okeechobee, was
Dillon have been season guests of this ' a week"end visitor at the beach. Mr
Carey came up to Daytona on busi
ness last week and was so delighted
with the Peninsula side of the river
that he determined to spend a few
days here. He returned to his home
in the southern part of the state this
iting Miami and other southern points
of interest. They are charmed with
the beach and will spend the balance
of the winter here.
Mrs. O. J. Ford has- arrived from
Cleveland, Ohio, and is pleasantly lo
cated at the Seaside Inn, having joined
her daughter and son-in-law and fam
ily here. She will spend some time in
this beautiful resort and is looking
forward to a most delightful stay.
The Brooklyn baseball team became
diciples of Sir Isaac Walton last Sun
day and spent the morning fishing
from Keating's ocean pier. "Tiny"
Dell, the well known pitcher, using
his invincible delivery, struck out an
8-pound bass, which was the best
catch of the day.
well known hostelry and are popular
among the guests and cottagers and
have added much to the social life of
the hotel. Mr. Dillon is being wel
comed back by his large circle of
Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Bender have
returned to their home in Albany, N.
Y., after a delightful stay in Seabreeze
guests of the Hotel Clarendon. Mr.
and Mrs. Bender are regular season
guests and have a host of friends here
all of whom regretted to have them
leave. They will visit in St. Augus
tine and other points of interest en
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. L. Walford of
I Minneapolis, Minn., arrived Saturday
and were registered at the Hotel Clar
! endon. Mr. Walford has returned to
his home in Minneapolis but will join
his wife here later. Mrs. Walford is a
regular season guest at this popular
hostelry and has a wide circle of
friends here who are glad to hear of
Mrs. H. P. Billings and Mrs. B. A
Phelps, of Hartford, Conn., are among
the recent arrivals at the Seaside Inn,
They have just returned from a de
lightful trip down the East Coast, vis-
FINED FOR SPEEDING
After driving like mad through the
greater part of the surrounding coun
try on both sides of the river, so it is
reported, A. Thomas, a chauffeur who
works for the Foye Livery company,
of Daytona, was arrested last night in
Daytona Beach for speeding an Over
land car on one of the principal thor
oughfares. When brought before Mayor M. P.
Guy this morning, Thomas was fined
$30.00 and costs.
Daytona Beach officers say that
people should carefully read and di
gest the banner over Peninsula drive
and First avenue, which reads: "Do
Your Speeding on the Beach or Settle
With the Mayor."
THREE IN ONE
A Pass on Any Wooden Bridge
Includes All Three
Mrs. Daily and Mrs. Wheeler, guests
of the Princess Issena spent the day
up the Tomoka Sunday. They left
early in the morning arriving at the
Old Tomoka Cabin in due time for
lunch. Sumptuous picnic lunches had
been prepared which were greatly en
joyed after thej morning ride on the
water. They vere delighted with the
beautiful scenery and lovely trip. Thoy
tpiTit ia dancing and' returned late in the afternoon having
enjoyed the all days outing to the ut
Tasteful refresliint'iits wi-re served
iiritig the course of the eeniug a.ul
ttsiistt-d of candy. U. c vam and
files. The guest i hit for their re
lative homes about lo:30 o'clock.
UUZR SHOP AND MANICURING
Fred Stanley Bennett, friend of Hen
ry N. Leland left Monday morning for
New York after a delightful stay in
Seabreeze at the Hotel Clarendon. Mr.
Bennett sails Saturday on the "Rot
terdam" for his home in Loudon, Eng.
land. He was delightfully entertained
by Mr. Leland during his stay and
Groceries, Cold Drinks ard Cigars. ! speaks in enthusiastic praise of the
'MtafRct Building Seabreeae, Florida ! beach and neighboring towns. He en
i . 1 joyed several rides in Mr. Lelands
f j handsome Cadillac on the world famed
Cm Ysu! Mr. pipe Smoker. Jack has ! beach, also had the pleasure of taking
Vpu? up "npirTo the trip to New Smyrna, DeLand. De
Ca" ,or them bv na-ne Velvet ! Let,u Springs and Ormond. He was
Sir SpecU' pipc or they'" Mi charmed with the beautiful sunshiny
weather and other attractions in Flor
ida and regretted very much that he
could not remain longer in the city of
Seabreeze. He made a host of friends
during his short stay on the beach and
it is hoped that he will return next
DR. J. P. ESCH
PkTitcUn and surgeon. 315 Peninsula
lT1v- Daytona Beach.
Qat block north of cemait bridge.
JJ. B. ABERCROMBIE BUYS
I RIVERSIDE MEAT MARKET
HARRY A HORN J 15 Abercrombie, the well known
ATTORNEY AND COUNSE.OR AT hack driver, of Daytona Beach, has
purchased the Riverside Meat .uarkei
on the coiner of. Peninsula Drive and
1 Seabreeze avenue, from its former
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attention pivn RkU Knate Law.
Fwtectins Lan-1 Titles and
settling states !
. owner. J.
Holland's Fish Market
Ocean Fish Home Ca ight
Shrimp fop Bait Dally
AYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA
T. Bryant. This business
I was started about eight months ago
i by .Mr. Bryant, who came to Daytona
! Beach from DeLeon Springs.
! Mr. Marcus, who has been in the
employ of the company for some
! months. ill continue as manager of
i the business.
KMI feS KSM M M IsSM KM iml IWST
p? on your way to su -f-bathing
J Set your Bathing Caps and Shoes
Atlantic Pharm icy
ndays 35c and 50c.
A party including Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Houghton, F. f. Merrill and J. D.
Bruce, residents of Palatka motored
over and spent the day on the beach
Sunday, guests of the Seaside Inn.
F1 THE whitf nur.K
"Atl Work Guaranteed "
Just n i
GEO. P. JOHNSON.
A large supply of
At all prices.
Also Baby Carriage and Wheel
DAYTONA BEACH, FLA.
In the original the center is of rich
shaded brown and the border of soft
green a splendid living room effect.
But one has been made in old rose and
gray for a bed-room. Just an idea of
its many uses. The stitch is unusual
and very easy. Send the coupon below for
free directions. The yarn used is Fleisher's
Germantown Zephyr, 4-fold, one of the
These yarns are spun to bring out all the soft, lustrous
beauty of the choice wools used all the strength, too. So
your garment will not only please you by its appearance, but
will give you good long service. Whatever kind of yarn you
need, ijuwvs insist on Fleisher"; look for the trade-mark
ticket on every skein.
14- ana o-ioiu'
Silkanwool Sweater Yarn
Superior Ice Wool
Ciip Coupon on this Line
E Mail this Coupon to S. B. & B. W. FLEISHER, Philadelphia W
50 or 600 Feet on the Halifax River
back to Peninsula Drive,
at $7.00 a front foot.
50 Foot Lots on the Ocean,
500 feet deep
for $6.00 a front foot.
These prices cannot be beaten and this prop
erty is going to sell quick.
J. E. D. GKAV:
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, LOANS
Phone 46 1 Red. Postoffice Block
DAYTONA BEACH, FLA.
Public Stenographer in Office.
MR. NEW HOME BUILDER:
If you contemplate furnishing that new Bun
galow, let us give you an estimate on the com
plete furnishings. If you desire to see a Model
Bungalow visit Marshall Park and inspect the
new bungalows recently furnished by us.
The J. L. Wetherby Furniture Co.,
Seabreeze Ave., Daytona Beach, Florida.
'Busses and agpage Wagons
Meet an .trains.
Beach Transfer Co.
WOOD FOR SALE
Branch & Nicholson, Prop's
LIVERY, FEED and SALE STABLES
Phone 169 Blue Daytona Beach
The Lone Bay Inn
Under New Managemtnt
Rates $7.00 per Week and Upwards.
Located on Seabreeze Ave., one block
DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA
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