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THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS, SATURDAY, APRIL 7. 1917.
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DAILY .NEWS
Published
very afternoon
except
aunday by
THE GAZETTE . NEWS COMPANY
At Daytona, Florida.
T. B. FITZGERALD, Editor and Managrer
C. 8. HARRIS Assistant Editor
Entered at the postofflce at Daytona,
Florida, as necond -class mail matter.
Subscription. 15 cent per week by car
oler; 50 cents per month by mail.
FOR FLORIDA: Fair tonight and
probably Sunday; rising temperature.
Gentle variable winds.
4. .J.
J CLOSING QUOTATIONS
f. N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE
X
ta J J S
Allis Chalmers 26
American Beet Sugar 94
American Sugar IHV2
American Zinc 33
American Can Co 46
American Car and F 66
American Hide and L 14l4
American Hide and L. pfd 62
American Locomotive . 67
American Smelters 99 U
American Tel. and Tel 123U
Anaconda 79 U
Atchison T. & S. P 102
Atlantic Gulf & W. Indies 104
American Agricultural Chemical SS
American Cotton Oil 40
Alaska Gold 3
Baldwin Locomotive 5S
Baltimore' & Ohio 76
Bethlehem Steel (b) 13S
Butte Superior Copper 41
Canadian Pacific 160
Cheno Copper 54 Vs
Central Leather S7
Chesapeake & Ohio 58V4
Columbia Gas 44
C. M. & St. Paul SOVfe
C. R. I. & P 47
Col. Fuel & Iron 4S
Crucible Steel 64
Corn Products 23
Dist. Securities 17
Erie - 26
Erie 1st 39
General Electric : 161
Goodrich 52
Gulf States Steel 117
Great Northern Ore 30
General Motors new 113
Great Norehern pfd llli
Illinois Copper pfd 84
International Mer. Marine 30
Ilinois Central 105
International Nickel 42H
Inspiration Copper 56
International Paper 38 4
International Con. Copper 12l,4
Kennecott Copper 44
Lack Steel 82
Lehigh Valley .65
M. K. & T 7
Maxwell Motors 52
Mexican Petroleum S6
Miami Copper 41
Nevada Con. Copper 22
N. Y. Central 93
N. Y.. N. H. & II 44
National Lead ,. 55
Norfolk & Western 128
Northern Pacific 104
Pennsylvania Railroad 53
-Pittsburg Coal 43
Reading 93
Rep. Iron & Steel 78
Southern Pacific 94
Sloes Shef. Steel & Iron 61
Southern Railway 27
Studebaker .....93
Texas Oil 217
Union Pacific 135
U. S. Rubber 56
U. S. Steel 110
U. S. Steel pfd. .... 117
U. S. Industrial Alcohol 120
Utah Copper 112
Westinghouse 49
Wabash, common 11 14
Wabash "A" - 48
Western Union 95
Willys Overland 32
TOTAL SALES 647,800
WHEAT.
May
Open 207
High 214
Low 204
Close 212 V4
July
175
188
174
188
Sept.
161
175
160
175
HONORS GO TO LOCAL
BOYS IN STATE MEET
The Daytona high school carried off
honors at the annual. Declamation con
test in the state high school meet at
Gainesville, according to word re
ceived here, when Everett Kallgren,
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kallgren,
won the contest with his subject:
"That Something". Harry Wylie rep
resenting the school in the state essay
contest, took second prize. Both boys
handled their subjects capably, show
ing unusual literary ability in their
phrasing and their comprehensive con
sideration of the topics. The contest
took place in the University of Florida
auditorium.
In the athletic events being held
toaay, tne uayiona ingn School is
represented by Wesley Snyder, Wil
liam Pope, Alexander Stuart, Carlisle
Moore. Sheldon Eastland.Forest Sny
der, Raymond Green and Nicholas
Younp. Accompanied by Prof. H
Clay Marks, the boys went to Gaines
ville yesterday.
Advantages of a Hobby.
A hobby not a bad habit keeps
vou from becoming " et" In your wavs.
THE .DAYTONA
It keeps you from becmlng mossy and
mean and sour. Like a piece of ma
chinery that needs rest at times, the
great brain workers nnd the gre:;t mas
ters of men always have some little
hobby for their leNnre hours.
And He Never Smiled.
Yes, sir, I think you'll find this'll
bring your 'air up all right, sir. When
we hintrodooeed this 'ere stuff, sir. we
tried It on a bald gent with u Vad hke
, ho nd. would you believe it. sir,
e had to ave I's 'air cut three times
m,wv 'ome. So we redooced the
"
strength." Loudon Tit-Bits.
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iSTREE:r
Charles Van Dora made a business
trip to Jacksonville Friday, expecting
to be in that city until Monday.
Sunday excursions discontinued.
Tomoka River steamer leaves foot of
Volusia avenue every week day until
April 15th at 9:00 a. m.
Mrs. II. P. Zeigler and daughter,
Miss Elaine Zeigler, who had been
season guests at the Williams hotel
and made many friends here, left Fri
day for their home in Chicago. 111.
A refined elderly lady desires fur
nished room by ISth on first floor
front all summer beyond 5th street,
reasonable. Address "Mrs. C." 1927
Main street, Jacksonville. 108-2tp
J. C. Parker, the general manager
of the retail department, or remem
brance shops, of the Foster & Rey-v
nolds company, which are conducted
in connection with the Ask Mr. Fos
ter information bureaus, was a Day
tona visitor from Thursday to Friday
of this week going from this city to
Washington,'!). C.
W. B. Wright, who is motoring in
his car to Troutman, N. C, writes from
Macon, Ga., enclosing subscription to
the Gazette News and says: "The
roads are good and I expect to reach
Augusta, Ga., tonight." Mr. Wright
will first join Mrs. Wright and their
little son, "Billie" junior, who left
recently for States ville, N. C, to visit
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kilbourn,
Michiganders who had been at St.
Cloud and more recently at New
Smyrna, spent Friday in this city
with Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Findlay
at their winter home, 20 south Pal
metto avenue, making the trip by
train. Mr. Kilbourn and Mrs. Find-
lay are cousins.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Harmon, of
New Haven, Conn., who had been lo
cated during the season with J L.
Lynch and daughters, 46 Fairview ave
nue, departed this morning on their
return north, stopping en route for a
short visit with their son and family
in New Jersey. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon
have spent a number of winters in
Daytona and have many friends here.
Mrs. Guthrie and her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. Durkee, and
their daughter, Miss Hallie Durkee,
who had been spending the season at
Mrs. Guthrie's winter home, Lanai"
cottage, 439 South Palmetto avenue,
departed Friday on their return to
Ioniat Mich. During their winter so
journs here they have made many
friends.
Mrs. Smith Warren left Friday for
St. George, Ga., enroute to her north
ern home in Elmira, N. Y. Mr. War
ren, who is employed in S. IL Gove's
shop, will probably remain here for
the summer, as he plans to erect a
cottage on his lot on Cypress street.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren have been lo
cated with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Ross
in the Abraham apartments on North
Palmetto avenue.
EASTER SERVICES AT
THE COMMUNITY CHURCH
Easter Service will be held at the
Daytona Beach Methodist church
Sunday m6"rning and evening, the res
urrection theme running through the
whole.
Before the morning sermon, Mr.
Treadwell will devote ten minutes to
a walk on the Relation of the Amer
ican Citizen to His Government.
L. M. WILLIAMS RETIRES
FROM AUTO COMPANIES
II. C. Renner and T. F. Williams
yesterday purchased the interests o;
Larue M. Williams in the Renner &
Williams company and the Halifax
Automobile company and these bus
inesses will be conducted as formerly.
Mr. 'Williams has as yet made no
plans for the future.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL T. P. A.
RETURNS TO JACKSONVILLE
A. U. Sawbridge. traveling passen
ger agent for the Illinois Central rail
road, with headquarters in Jackson-
ville, who had been looking after the
interests of the road in this city since
the return north of Frank R. Fisher
and had been a guest at the Despland
notel. returned to Jacksonville Fri -
day.
HOME OF C. ROY MILER
IS DESTROYED BY FIRE
The home of C. Roy Miller on the
Ormond-Daytona road in the north
part of Holly Hill burned to the
ground Friday night about 10:00, the
fire originating in an unknown man
ner. None of the furnishings were saved
rs the house was well in flames be
fore the fire was seen by those in the
neighborhood.
Read the Daily News want-ads.
Tampa Miami St. Petersburg
Jacksonville
CLEMENT D. CUES S CO.
46 MAGNOLIA AVE.
DAYTONA
Member
NEW YORK COTTON EX
CHANGE. CHICAGO BOARD
OF TRADE.
Coltoa
Grata
cks
Bonds
Bought and old for cash, or car
ried on conservative terms.
DIRECT PRIVATE WIRES
New York Correspondents:
E. F. HUTTON & CO.
Chicago Correspondents:
THOMPSON & McKINNON.
MASS MEETING MON.
NIGHT TO DISCUSS
COUNTY DIVISION
A mass meeting wil be held next
Monday evening in the Casino Bur
goyne, so that the citizens and prop
erty holders of this part of Volusia
county may discuss the bill which is
now before the state legislautre re-1
garding the formation of a new coun
ty, named Flagler county, which would
include several thousand acres of the
northern part of Volusia county.
Feeling in this county is very strong
against such a measure. It is hoped
that representatives from Daytona and
all neighboring communities will be
present in large numbers to talk over j
the question at issue.
One-Cent-a-Word
Column
!!
(Mnuitiuui ctiurne,
zoc each
insertion)
WANTED.
WANTED: to buy late model Ford
must be in good condition and cheap
for cash. Apply TOM ZUBER. 736 S.
Palmetto. 107 2tp
WANTED: White maid to live on
premises; must be good cook, likes
children and will stay in nights. Ap
ply Box 617, Daytona. Fla. 99 tfc
Old False Teeth Wanted.
Don't matter if broken. 1 pay one to
ten dollars per set. Send by parcel
post and receive check bv return mail.
L. MAZER, 2007 S. 5th St., Philadel
phia. Pa. lOS-lOtp
WANTED:
waitress for
ply Daytona
Experienced colored
the summer season: ap
Beach hotel. 106 3tc
If the trunk or valise needs repairs
C. C. Barnes is the doctor; phone 149
Red; shop on Wall street next to
Dunn Bros.' store. SS-tfc
WANTED: Car in good condition;
either a Ford or Dodge. Inquire 318
south Palmetto street before 10:30 a.
m., or between 12:00 and 2:00 p. m.
WANILD: to rent for next season 1
furnished cottage 2 baths either Day
tona, Seabreeze or Daytona Beach.
Answer promptly with particulars.
"C. W." care News.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE: Launch 21 feet 20 H. P.
4-cylinder motor. Bosch magneto. Chi
ly two months old. Speed 14 miles.
Would trade for late model 5-passen-ger
auto. C. HANOVER, 715 Sea
breeze Avenue, Davtona Beach.
107 3tp
FOR SALE: Entire business Tomo
ka River and New Smyrna excursions
at a very low figure. Boats can le
purchased singlv. $4,000 cash. bal.
easy payments. RALPH NUTTING,
107 tfc
FOR SALE: Overland 1912 model;
excellent condition. 5 -passenger; tires
nearly new. First $165.00 takes it. Ap
ply 404S. Palmetto. 10""3tn
FOR SALE: One Ford touring car.
Also one tent. All good as new. W. C.
McAFEE. 177 N. Ridgewood avenue, j
Bethel Apartments. . 107-2tp
BARGAIN: Winton-Six auto for
sale. 7-pasesnger, good condition. Ad
dress C. YOAKAM, Ormond Beach.
Fla. 107-4tp
Slightly used Phonograph $4.5o
75c, 10 inch double-disk records at
less than half price. 10S Beach St.
10S-3U-
FOR SALE: New bungalow, furnish-!
ed; a bargain. Must be sold at once.
No. 12 Burke avenue. 106 3tp j
FOR SALE: Five-passenger 1917 i
Oldsmobile. Used as a demonstrator
As good as a new car at a reduced :
price. SEABREEZE GARAGE CO.. !
' 102 tfc i
FOR SALE Woman's
wheel fur
South Pal-
! .alf cbr"" Inquire 31S
i metto street.
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT: From May 1st till Per
1st. well furnished bungalow: also
flat completely furnished. Enquire
315 South Ridgewood avenue. 105-tfc
Furnished apartments. $5.00. Jvtio,
I and $10.00 per month. Abraham apart-'
nients, 35 Palmetto avenue.
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LOST-
1 l-OSI : On Live Oak Ave. between
t Palmetto and Ridgewood, small brown
leather coin and i;ey purse; contents
keys,
inonev
Beach.
r0e
a nd
in change. Finder keep
return keys to '.' South
Party with sweater on arm who
took jriiii;s from lavatory of Casino
Burgoyne about 2:40 Friday is known.
Return rings to News otlice; no !ies
tions will be asked. Hs 2tn
CONGREGATIONAL LADIES
CIRCLE ELECTED OFFICERS
Mrs. Charles V. Gailor was elected
j president of the Ladies' Circle of the ;
! First Congregational church Friday af- 1
I ternoon when the annual election of j
! officers was held. Mrs. William Drew i
! was elected first vice president and j
Mrs. J. B. Hinsky second vice pres- j
. ident Other of'icers elected were Mrs. :
Alviere Milli!;an. secretary and Miss
Harry, treasurer. Plans were perfect-!
: ed at the meeting for the Easter dec-!
! oration of the church, which will be
! in charge of the society. The circle
will meet again on Friday, April 20.
MISS TH RASH I E HOSTESS TO
PEN-HELLENIC ASSOCIATION
The Pen Hellenic association met on
Thursday afternoon with Miss Marion
Thrashie at her home in Daytona
Beach. .After a program given over to
discussions of association questions,
t social hour followed. The hostess
served a dainty refreshment course of
ices, cakes and mints. Ten members
enjoyed the afternoon with Miss
Tharshie . All society members are
cordially invited to attend the meet
ings. Read th Daily New want-ads.
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