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SCHUJLT3E Say5 ' , Turn Your Home Into Real Moay Noer, I, Wo Mvi i lis ef clients deajraea of rentlan,; hetClv tor th summer, winter o entirf year. Ye hav tjf honaea,. we ha.ee the die Huff ned. . 144 Cv) Beach, Phone 74 or Oyama Daytona Beea Phono 44. " - fet xy. satlaV c cju.y CUY Q. r -vrv f f 1-3 8 tor Cct has f-w-v 0 r- - 11 M ITU -iCie- Otl iiw Cdaanr DATIONA BEACH AN SEABREEZE R.ORHXA.. FRIDAY. MARCH 2imi Published h th lntreU af residents Dayton a Beach and w pov eopy -jn per ween ill I Bn Gold or our bank U better t i Smile if vou will, but . t . ' 1 1 just 111 Ultlt. Well, if you had a jid piece and. the lost" 4 hold up mu go it or pk thief picked It from ' jkt, the chances are fuid be gone for good, oac you had that 120.00 prm of a check on our Then if any of theae ' tppened to you. you ; ify th bank, stop pay.. die lost check enhave ae Issued to you and. still get th mor.cy. uld you prefer? ot Coast t .... ! -- at pa4d on eavlng. iayor Kenney of Seabreeze Suggests Improvements for fne BeauHfcaimn of Toiun Dr. A T, Devine Speaks Sunday on n Relations" we along lEKtlD tl.73 it (skimsMO tU ir::: ir:::;-no 119 ia. trad tar $10 f pU racaisia. f Vnless MI signs fail, Mayer C A onwui ro! appears to become him, tS .t 10,a f0 the Xtu skd X News repre- 8UUv6 taw he found the town's ?.cua iUkB. he said: n... to ery aatiarattory shaae r RtolrOVemrBta w w-eli Wag We Rave enough tash ia ous eral fuild for the current expenses asa our VnproYement indebtedness is WWg nicely taken, care of with, the r1". ceruMates, so, that ' oomiag to worry about those scows." iat unprovements are vou hop ing lor dming your administration?" was asked of the new mayor. "Flrst. I want to see the owners of eacaat property keep it in better shape and. eohes improve it or offer it tor sala at a reasonable I of quite a little proprrty that i7 finely located, test is allowed t ,r, J looks Uke wild lan4. This sort of aeglrn iaie the sale am) value of ; property all about it. There should be some way to induce lot owners to put thi holdUga in presentable shape. I know of one particular plot that is in a desirable location, but it looks as wild as it did botore the towu was laid out. It is owned by a uon-resl-l dent and, wea a price has beea asked i oa it the reply has invariably come: ! -Not Interested it is not for salen EDWARO T. DEVINE 'Now the assessment on these lots are Speaker-Guest at Closing No. of Forum very low ami n owner feels that so' at Auditorium on Sunday long as the taxes charged against r : ' : them are very low he does not need Dr. Edward T. Devine, , associate to worry about their aDDearance or im-i oHintnr ( k q,...au hi..k i ., fprovement. For one I shall favor ma- recognized: mouthpiece of nearly ev terially racing the assessmeut of all Ury national agency -of reform is due vacant proirty and lowering, if pos-! to arrive Saturday and be the speaker BiiM. iue uiies on miprovea properiy.) at the Forum "meeting Sunday after 1 am not one who believes people ! noon. . snouia be puuisheii ror improving; their property with high taxation, but' do think ttiat vacant property should i be asaesseU at the value which the owner asks lor it. and 1 think the! 7 91 Harry Horn Gives Opinion of Some k Changes Needed Attorney Harry A. Horn, who is on of tsa Candidates for clerk and as sessor at the municipal election on Saturday, says he has lived hete- 19 years, knows every foot of land In the town, that he has made a catefui Ktttfly q the valuation, and if elected would make a proper assessment. In speaking of bis relations with . ta town in ; the past he said.: "I had to do with securing the new water- works, the recent strot im provements and I now hetr'ify fayor Most Important to Progress of Day toria Beach That Bond ssue be Passed Tomorrow "OUT OF THE SNOWS" TO 9E SHOWN AT A.UD. TONGHT Virgil V. Harton is one of the can- Ralph, Ince creator of American ' l!,d?" tor f." o op- tvaes for the h,. ri, .!PslUoa an'J therefore certain of - " " "vu .vr the screea another .remarkable char acterization. In "Out of the Snows.' a virile drama of the great sao.w waste, which is to be shown at the AudUoAum toaisht In eonnectioa with, the- concert of the MiUJpn Dollar Band, he appears as a member of the the election, of couneitmen. wa will .famous Northwest-mounted police. . conduct the public work in a business Out of the Snows" is the first of like manner. During the past year 1 1 a series of Nathmal Pk-tura aiarri hAye pointed out errors, it assess-j RaipU Uvce and dealing with Uat wide 1 uinvs tnai mre kjsi me iowu ai leas diversin cation of life that is found on a thousand dollars, and,' although the the North, American eoatiaeat. From attention of those who were sitting as the bandit harried Mexican border to a equalization board were rr ded to j the. frozen, waste of Hudson Bay live it and no attention was pall. Not a ! men and women whose romances and sil error was corrected. On Matohragedtes could furnish plots for a street alone there were mistakes thousand entertaining photoplays. But amounting to five hundred dollars in around no other people has such a the collection of the- improvement tax,. ! Uat of glamour beea thrown- as the ;-l am also in favor of the proposed f fUr traders of th North, the Canadian bead issuet but not fof the purpose of j Mounted Police, and the half breeds paying old debts and accruej interest j that the life on the pine woods develop, thereon, because it would not be legal The story fa lntroduwd with , rrr J .. . ' thread of mystery, A . kan litlful fthe bond Issue so that the money may! jn-L .", I t,. KrJ T . . m , j.a i - , utiiifi fiMS uu a Ud.ll. Ul cru UUittU UL oe usra lur ue imroUM ats.. ;9tranif honntv Intn tha ri I want to see many new improvements j tnese tWQ women comes 'stalwa7t '" " ""t l" l" TO i menhir nt tha mnnntarf tlli.o fti.l. the place have all the comfort? and conveniences its best frierdv hope for it. 1 am (or a new pier, for a free brkige, for a fine board walk along our u,c... .or m rr vtr ,ru.. screen has ever seen or more ireei anoreuiuu, Ralph Ince is Supported tor. a municipally owned electric ! Keefe an(, G,ad oburn. progressive, yet strictly economical administration of the town's affairs. When a dollar of the people's money is expended I want to see a dollar's worth af value secured for it.. 1 am tors a hearty welcome and of doing ; what we can in reason for their com t t - A. I - 1 Counsaier at Law ) kentien f ivenv te IMuta, Proavate an4 . i theory Mauera 1 1ST lialn St. 1 Dayten SaBk ria FOR THt WIHTCR SJEASON t . trartmenta m saaareaae .CN TMC AYOH f II M. Phone 674 MTrtt PP Princess I; 4 beeroeme. X baths, fwyence. i4 sV4 . i ftlkAMTIC AVE. r New Mananemenl JOIlfcl Kite IS, JR. :cit,i Tubes and litei and Ewex CALBi AND SERVICE 1. H. IkROCHE. DEALER Brht Front Garage 0 fy torui Beach rJSFERCO. ! PHONE 422 -an fwaere In Triple CUIes, Oalttarad ta and from tt Br. Devlae. has had a wide and in fluential experience abroad during the war. as special agent ' American em bassy, Petrograd. in 1916. and chief rf tho Piiwxkan rt nafiKraoo oni Ralinf assessment of vacant property should of the Americaa Rea Cross. Paris. iw mK1i e"su uT"8!r";'t 1917-18. and can. speak first hand con- prtcT Ven-ofTen 1 heaVpeTpirl JJi that - . - . i iat'A ii.ti?f atu iiiuim iai iun. plain of bih prices here who tnem-; 7 ' . selves are holding lots which thev topic ai me nuuuay rorwn wm own and which should be beautified 1 "u"f Foreign Relations. and improved, far above a reasonable! America's responsibilities abroad do market price. I am anxious to see a j not originate in tne I reaty or er real community spirit prevail through- j sailles and do not fluctuate with the out our town so tnai every resiueni 1 loriunes 01 me pomioa parties, iney will so plaa his improvements that ane from tne very conditions which they will insure, not alone to the in-1 exist athome." in the war devastated divkluai benefit, but to the general . regions, and elsewhere. Upon the re- welfare as well. sources and steadfastness 01 tne In speaking further of the future or United States the future or civilization Seabreease, Mayor Kenney said: "There t in large measure depends. is no question as to her ruture. u is s our nrst obligation is to maintain as certain a the rising of the morning! unimpaired those institutions which sua. Right now a hundred thousand j condition our security and prosperity, dollars' worth of Improvements are in ! We must put our house in order, by VJRY- HINQ ELECTRICAL 5 CrooU & Son Wirlift and Repairing FU irea and iippUea UAtH T. . . PHONE 154 l A. aep C-MA V. SAKER rrt r-tee of U. C C L JlfCtA SSACM tioeuUi e Cemmonlty ; Church' ; r i . JjltangBMt. ; 1 4 1 .reie. AU BM" -T ItZtK Dayesn Co ' - progress. 1 ne new nomes iuai uie ur log built are aa ornament, and every new one seims to call for two or thriw more. Before the season is over Urandview avenue alone will have 50 new and modern homes, Dunt tor com fort and cosvenience as well as ap pearance. W have had a wonderful i-lnter, and people wno nave spem mr lime with uh nave dc uensui. we.caa conl-dently depend upon many of'tatm ccuniug, bat, mature a ikina SO mm'U lUt us ireic j....- are not disappointed when they come. ; We have th ciunaie ana r iwc beach, and they can be depended upon. Then we have the best mutt 01 pfopie coming to see us, so that those com ing this way are always certain to find Just what they are. looking for. I have r.ann to believe that the num- v.r. . -- .,. .:.i lr of our winter resnn-uis 1 uaiiy and continually increase trom ; J it. -..ill Ku 11 it t vear to year, anu mai n : . . if...... with the nrocessiou I IO US Iv tvr-- r x 1 and get retuly tor theta by all possible j progress ani imprmnu-ut. mi vU e Kev3 of Lincoln. 111., is here and is located at 216 Grandview avenue. ; Mr. id Mrs. W. M. OUphant of River Forest, 11L. are receui They are n gistered at a local notei. Misses Antoinette Erwio and Mary Erwin of ioria. 111., are uer pleasantly located at 5W Halifax ave- sue, teauic'-g- Mr. and Mrs. Chester X. Matthews ,,r wv'anston. UI-. re iierv oiiv. n!ceun?iciled at 111 Wild Olive street. Seabreeze. Mrs. Joel Pitcher, with her daugh ter Mts Theodora Pitcher of W ayne, v 'y are among those recently to arrive They have a pleasant apart ment at T-iO Halifax avenue. A,lir.iHta Moran of Manhattan uJch' New York, has arrived to take .- .1. . k most wonderful of all Lhes. She is registered at a local hotel. ' T E Blvthe. the well known base ball' umpire, who has spent the win ter with UiH family at the Beach and who has oeeu an ru" . moling all sorts of local sports here Zt the amusement and edification of the entire population, has been asked to umpire the gume in Daytona cm Monday between the locals of the Florida league and the Washingtoas of J" u,rin leaeue. Mr. Blythe wiU bjose of the regular umpires in the an active policy in health, education, industrial readjustment, political reor ganization. Our second obligation is to share the experiences through which man kind is passing, in such a way as to retain our self-respect at)(i the good will of the nations. We cannot be iso lated and we cannot be an over ruling law fur traders, Indian runners and all the riffraff of a ' frontier trading post furnish the background for one of the most thrilling melodramas the by Zena The rest of the cast is excellent, and the snowy exteriors were secured in the Far North. election. Just this miaute Mr. Har ton is more interested in the success! f the new boni issue for '30,000 than! any other one thing. I "U will certainly be too bad if this, proposition fails," said the new coua-l citman to b?, to a News represents-j live, "as there is no douut but the' town needs tbe money and will, in j facti have to have 1L It the bonds j are not authorized it will make it! necessary for the new administration! te Auake luaas from time to time, and ; they will have to be secured at 8 per! cent, whereas the proposed bonds will! only draw 6 per cent representing a' saving of 2 per cent right there. For; a long time I have, with others, been; advocating a strictly business admia- j istration of the town's business and It Want ft. tin all I an rr. hvtn. tita f about. I don't want to ee the new council handicapped by having to start out borrowing money at a big inter est rate when the wealth of the town justifies the bonds that are proposed. They will not need to be paid for a long time, aud the interest rate is reasonable. As long as we must have the money let us have it on the best terms possible for the taxpayers." C. A. Randall Favors C. A. Randall, cashier of the East! Coast State bank, is heartily in favor j or tne prcposed bond issue for J30,0iH for Daytona Beach. "Really." said Mr. Randall, "this is necessary to help the town out of an embarrassing situation. I don't mean 1 to say that our town's finances are in M I r-r r HUPMOBILE The Car cf the "American Family Harton Bros.' Garage Daytona Beach Phone 165 i f- cr Jad shape, for they are not when we ! consider our wealth and the value of . ; our improvementa already made. We jare getting to be a big towa and we .. are getting larger and richer every ...t......t.-.i... .. i aay. it is, tnererore, necessary to I arr r m-rcavc? e at i tnv iiuars ca va jucr SEASIDE INN At the -Seaside,. Ian are registered: pare to take care of the expenditures want to see the things done that will; - J J - " I It. 1 . . 1 vif. U. I.. I. . 1 . . . . . . 1 . ... oroMDer arcordlne to her desserts." f auu " ,wuc'' luJ"'!;' are sure to nave to mane, ii is prosper according to her desserts. w Va . x B. UMlse and p irty. never wlsdont to fail to look out for the . . ' f Beacon. N. J.; Mrs.' Samuel B. Hub- ' certainties of the future. There never our,ley and Mrs. W. H. R. Uaaa. Pittr,-, haa beea a time when the material wealth of our town was growing as rapidly and as substantially as it is See the new structures going GEO. P. JOHNSON Established W08. FULL LINE OF Bicycles and Sundries Alo Fishing Tackle TELEPHONE 154 818 MAIN STREET DAYTONA PEACH TRY THAT PURITY ICECREAM Atlantic Pharmacy B. Young, Prop. Daytona Beach, fu Garth Phone 444. providence; but we can clarify vlewa of foreign policy, we can bave: "r ,M C. C. . .,iL..ii.n itnnri Clark. Mrs: W. C. Winchester. Mrs. I. Z Zl". i"SrS ' 4 ,h, aiinn I J. VVhllneW. Mrs. a R. TiitBey. Mis3 ! today "v -" ... r.l....., . ,l ... .. -j we can deliberately decide whatt"5"iM V. t . " -...v.. i Ui, ttuU uiw vnj cucr e iiw and part we shall play In the society orj. . nations. It will be one of active in- VV,n" terest and impartial friendship. This should be oiie of the most in- lorming auuresses ot me riiim; w -1 son and a great opportunity for Triple toiKS 10 ueat; mis isreai hui and author, hear his first hand stories ol bis exjjecieuces and discuss with him the responsibilities which we are asked to accept concerning the future relations" with the rest of the world. A rare concert is being prepared to begin at 2:45 free to everyone. The program will be given in the Sunday Morning Uaily- News. DAYTONA BEACH HOTEL .J Miss Helen A. Tanner of N. Y is a recent arrival Beach. Albion, at the THE CiHKERS DIRECTLY QN THE OCEAN FRONT DAYTONA BEACH American Plan DELICIOUS MEALS THAT SATISFY W.D.HUNT Mr. aud Mrs. Albert A. Bacll of Spriagfield, Mass., have arrived and are registered at a local hotel. i Charles .Nolon ot Bambridge. N. '., arrived at the Beack -ThurStj morn f am registered at the DixiVotel. He e"xjeeUrXct reuMMn-abo'nv f x- i - - - - . Mr and Mrs. Theodore Thunfott or Alexandria Hay. N. Y are registered at a local Dyiona Beach hot!. Bogart'ft Wonder ANT POISON For Sale by all Druggists I Dtanning for more. As the future of : our town Is assured we should get ' reauy to greet the coming prosperity i viith a municipality fitted to cope witn To have the proposed bond issue de- icatcd would be a sore disappoint- all of the additional responsibilities. At the Daytona Beach hotel ar? r?-' uuut to every citizen sincerely inter istered: est d iu the welfare of the commu- P. W. Roberts and family. Mr-., aity. 1 certainly hope for its passage." Selvera Roberts, Miss Helen Emmons. ' Sarah S. Roberts, Miami, Fla.; H. A. TOURISTS FROM CORNING, Wright. Savannah. Ga.; B. A. Hen - N. Y.. ENJOY DINNER PARTY ingsworth, Beisemer. Ala.; Mrs. T. T. j Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hawkes and Shoot and L. B. Shoot. Charleston, i their daughter. Miss Katherine ot 111.; WVn. Cook. JacksonTille, Fla. j Corning, N. Y.. who have been most . l delighlful season guesU of the Seaside ; j luu. gave -a very delightful dinner i I party at the hotel Tuesday evening ia j j compliment to some of their hamej folks from the Empire State. For ! gues they had Mrs. Eda 15. Denison land A. K. Brown of Corning. N. Y.; i Miss Frances MeHenry aBd William ! A. MeHenry of Hornell. N. Y.. also I Miss Dorothy Schulte. the charming land talented little daughter of Mr. jand Mrs;;H. B. Schulte of Daytona. l-Miss Dorithv entertained- the. party f QKst delightfully with her ;bea,itifut land 'graceful dancing. It . proved'-a very enjoyable occasion. -Mr. and Mrs. Hawks are not only old friends of the Beach having been here several suc cessive winters, but are also warm, friends of Mr. ani Mrs. J. P. Glenn.) AUTHORIZED KODAKDEALER KODAK FINISHING ENLARGING WATER COLORS C. E. GRENELL . 810 Main St. Daytona Bat POLAR WATER Pure aa : Delivered Citiea. vaster can anywhere be In or case Five gallons of elx. half gallons, for. PHONE 442 made. Trlpla 75c Lowe Bottling Works DAYTONA BEACH CASINO The Amusement Centre" Bathing Dancing Fishing Tackle far aale ar rent. Lunches, and Curios, "Where Maht Street Matte the ' Ocean." ELECTION Saturday! Mar, 26th VOTE For One Mayor Black X Elect White Blank Reject Vote for the Good of 'the Town. MR. BLANK JOHN FARR s MRS. BLANK . - i . ' '' I thank you in advance for your vote and support. Out for Honor and Not for Graft. - I am a candidate for Mayor of Daytona aeach, for the honor there ia in it and also the benefit I hope to be to the town. At a recent aneeting: e the Council an ordinance was passed fixing $3.00 fee tor each conviction us the Mayor's court. Last year the mayor receive ne feee and 1 elected I wll ask the Ceuneit te repeal the ordtaance. aa I ana not seeking; the eKee toe the fee ot the Mayor' court. JOHN FARR. List Your Property for , Sale or Rent With Florida Realty Company F. M. WILLIAM8 Phone S32 706 MAIN ST. Next to Post Office Daytona Beach, Fla. and Get Results THE BREAKERS I At The Breakers are registered: j Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Waygood, White Plains. N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. G. W. I Howell. Chester. N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. i B. E. Erwin. DeLanU. Fla ; Mrs. Ella I Wright and Mrs. Emma Beyer. West Palm Beach. Fla.; J. S. Shaais, ; Gaine.-iville. Fla.; Miss EHa - Dean, .irnain. . . . -" . - j - ...... - - ron. Oa.; Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Douglas, New Smyrna, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Smith, Jacksonville, Kla. Miss Elsa Kohn has jut arrived from New Haven. Conn., and is moat delighted with the Beach. She says ' she is sure she wilt enjoy every niiu j tne she spends here. She has secured pleasant quarters at the Comfort i Lodge, 236 Ocean avenue. i DAYTONA BEACH HOTEL (Faces the Ocean) Invites the, patronage ot par ticular people seeking the beat accommodations at reaaonable prices. Highest quality, nntrl tioua foods carefully prepared, are served la oar dining room. Rooms singlet or ea suite. Bates I3.&8 to te. per day. Americas plan. Weekly rata a applica tion, PHQMCCT DAYTONA SEACK. FLA. Regular Nominee of Town Caucus Daytona Beach FOR MAYOR D. Jefferson Tracy Election, March 26 1 " 1 - 1 Agent for National Surety Co.j the Worla. ; Largest Surety Company CHAS. A.JENNEY Real Estate rfnd Insurance Rentals Seabreeze and; Notary Publlo Daytona Beach ' BOOE BROS. PAINTING AND DECORATING , Best of work. v: RejssonaWe prices, i 'jj ; Satisfaction fiuarand. -'.'- Our Motto is to Ptaase. . ' CaH Harry Booe 225 N. Beseh 3t. . I FUQUAY & GHEEN REGISTERED ARCHITECTS ' Building Const ructlcn Cor. Sth Ae.and Palmetto St. Phone 49. Daytona Ejeach, Florld - Fred Pulestoh, M. D. OIce In Shelly Blci-kj Daytona Buck Office hours: 0 t 9:3J A. U. I 1:10 to 5:30 P. M. Evening by Anpolntmeot Phone 72. ClticeiO-J. Residenee Call answered day or night ' TrlpJ Cltlas " . R. L. SELDEN ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT L.AW Ohio Building Phone 452-4 Daytona Beach - FOR SALE 1 HOTEL ; Facing the Ocean Beach i 35 Guest Roonas 16 Baths X A BARGAIN j Exclusive Agent s W. H. COURTNEt Real Estate Daytona Beach I 1 1 1 : 1 t ' - i . -4 f J E i i - i Piedmont, rs. 16"- V ! i