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THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS. SATURDAY. MAR 26. 1921
1 1 T i Excap and Sunday -r, Jarma-y, r Tf.I CAXSTTE-rCXYS COMPANY T. E. F1TZGE3ALD, T!2ttor and 0nml KiraKT. fWed jit ihm Poatofflce at Daytot a, aa second clasa mail matter. ME. !.. A OF THE ASSOCIATED PRE iS Tv Associated Pran ia aschiatvely as- t r ( i i - tO ,.i iiutt fnp r .)uiV.lu-Qtl.'.n ,.f f news dispatches credited to it or not 1 otherwise ei-euite ia this paper and aim t lit, local news published therein. . v UCCRIITION jRATES Ona year, - J10.OQ; i months, 15.09; threw monloa, J 2X0; oaa inonth, K3 cents, fa advance, Delivered by Carriers to til pan of tbo city and environs, or by mil to U part of th United State , SPECIAL NOTICE An obitaary notices, carda of thank , raaoluUona and notices of c ntertalnmeni s wbara charea ar mado wiii be charged at regular advertising rates of 15 cents Una. . NATIONAL. ADVERTISING REPRE SENTATIVE POilERT E. WARD. South Wuhan 1 ( Avauue, Chicago, and 254 lftn '. Avenue, New fork. r , 7 ' - 1 WEHaV ftAZETTE-NEWS I PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ! Eubecriptioa Rates to Weakly One tur, $2.0u; bi months, $1.00 in advance, -tiivered by mall to all parts ot tha imted 'States, Canadian and foreign f postage at tb rata of tti cents per yeaf V additional. yc:c stock list Furolohsd by Clamant D. Cates & Co.. j Stocka and Bond. 44 Maanulla Ave, f Closing Quotations. I Aoia Sunatra 75. 43 Vi V4 M 46 45 SS 36 100 r T - I fjtni Beet Sugar 1 .iuu sugar J - JiBk V-aa ... .Am Hide A- 1. . Pro iAmn lntl Corp - -r ... 1 ra Locomo . .. n.IU Smelters . . iAm Tel Tel . i lAnacouda . , i jAU O & W I : . imn Tob . See . I iUald Ico I $alt & Ohio . , . I Jietn Steel . I Can Pacific va i 114 89 33 di, SSiV ! .114 s Cen Leather .. 40 I Ches ok Ohio 59 C M & St y 25 CBU P ... 26 Corn Products , 76 Crucible Steel 90 Genl Mot New 14 Ct Nor 73 International Paper 5S Ins Conner 32 f jntl Marine 13 -4 mt Marine, ria . . I ICennescott Copper I Lack Steel iMex Pt I Miami Copper 1 Middle States Oil 'V Y Central ..... I Morth Pacific . . . . : Pan Amu 51 17 54 148 17 13 70 79 71 .j 35 68 I ?eun If It ... 3 leading . .tep 1 & Steel I. let ail Siores 8 , 50 iliaclair Oil 33 :lo Pacific . 74 ttou Ry , '..... 20 lltromberg Carb ..... 30 IStudebaker 77 Texas Oil 42 Union Pacific ., ....117 i 8 1 Alcohol 69 )18 Rubper 73 H S Steel ..; 82 Iftah Copper 48 it . . Curb Market. Bid Asked 7 arib t Olombian 6 5ii Emerald JTTEND WEDDING OF MISS j OVERSTREET AT LAKELAND ) 1 jMr. and Mrs. Claybourne D. Dyal aid little sou, Claybourne, .Jr., and 1 t. Dyal's mother and 'guest, Mrs. - D tiiiel McCouechy of . Couaersjtorf, P I., returned toilay from Rustis where tl ty went of Friday to pttend the mar rl ige ceremony of V. 15. Sewell and ISJtsa Ethel Oyevstreet. ? The bridegroom Is the cashier .of He First National bank in Lakeland. H-fore coming to Florida he worke w th Mr. Dyal In the bank in Lodi. N. ; Ji 'fcince which time they have been i friends. Mrs Sewell is known J to fmauy Daytona people as she fie- iovently visited her as the guest iM M, and Mrs. R H. Daniels. Mr. Dan j iielf was formerly cashier in the First , OliUoaal hank of Daytona. : : t-' I The wedding ceremony took place aS the home ctt the bride In Eustis at Tiii -ti noon Friday. It was a very pret-, ,xy event and master Claybourne Dyal ac ed as one of the pages and acquit- tet himself beautifully in the part. . '" "" ' i ? Everybody should hear the Easter j etonon at the First Baptist church, V"T te Two Resurrenction in W hich i HAll Men Are Concerned.'" 734-3-26-lt. j 1 Remember the Benefit Oar.fl party to be given at the home uf Mr, Vf-t-jbo j f ou. Tuesday afteintiou.73'i 3-26 3t. e have just received ou f Easter - Candies for thij little folks. ..it" Alia fresh shipmenU of Nunnally'a, Ncnis', Johnson' and Whltmar'a. if- UAKINS DnUG CO. Ji-STOUESr-2 L: Affairs of the Moment in the Triple Cities Mrs. Crane Entertains Mrs. George Crane was the charm- lag hostess to the younger society set last evening, complimenting Miss j Mary Louise Crane, who will leave ; next mursuay . ior u ram. cringe waa played till a late hour v.nea a ; rilavert till r . late hour v. nen a hostess. The game favors wen ta Mrs. tietirae AlkuiS- - ills. 1'. H. tl fflUMl - KSODrf Mrs. Alitartus ilaakma Und Mrs. William Gardiner. Mrs. Crane s guests1 included: Mrs. David Shoitz, Mrs. I George Marks, Mrs. C, H. Kdmondson. Mrs. Albartus Hankins, Mrs. Geo. At kins, Mrs. William Gardiner, Mrs. Harold. Zimmerman, Mi's.. Feckin, Mrs. Watt, Mrs. l.?on Howe. Mrs. Wt-UIng Shaw and the Mitws IKua Wiiliauis, Antoatette Ft.liz." liJua VVslUico, liar s!et and Mary .Louise Craue. Mrs Monroe Elects; President cf the Her.insuia Ctob The annual ' mot-lint- tsf tiie IVnin s ula c'uh of Day (ona licacii was held at the clubhouse .March 24th. The President Mrs. tianstead," jiretjiiit'd. Mrs. W. U. Keed was hostess. The meeting opened wih the shtging or America alter wlac.lt Him Kooney ; turnisnett a suoit cuoyaMe program! consisting cf several bungs by It of j her puptis and reciuiiious by th.i-ee j little girls, after which Mi. Keith iniiig played a .saxaphoae .solo, a se- j lection from Stabat-Mafer, am! ro ! S ponded to an encoie wiih an Kaster J eaiol. New officers, were then elect-1 u ioiiowa: 1'ivsidf nt, Mr.-; Maur-1 ice ftiomoe, viw President. Mrs. fc-h; j ,1 . . . m - -New j ell; secretary, Mrs. T. V,. Bea h. As plaiiH are under way for a wore com- mcJious building, anv woman regu- larly residing in the-Triple Cities and willing to conform to the eureUHuiion ; aud. by-laws of the club will bo very! welcome as a member..' The members now expe.ct to oc-, cuiy their new clubhouse on Peninsu la Drive, first south of the oung Me morial Library in the early f -.1!. ' j Everybody should hear the Faster' en. Tn . . ,1... T 1: . . - . i, nisi itaptisi cnuivn,: i'"The Two lies urreu'ct Cms in V.-'blel, 1 1 ' e'.irreiiti!!iis ;AU iIe" Ale Concern, (i." lr. S. E. Eastman, of F.huira, N. Y.J will preach an Faster sermon tumor-'; row in the Holly HH1 Fnion church; at 3:30 p. tn.. the .subject of the ser-J raon being, 'The Blessings of Death."! Ladies and children a re dsUshtedj with lue spieSd-.d values in hosiery i 3 found in II. C.voss Shop, Ladies' De-1 parwent. Silk drop ftitch hose tveryjs popular), l.tn; -novelty wU drop i sjitch mixture.- SL25; Gross' special j I open work siik lace. 81.50; fine silk ! I with fancy clocks, tit.tm: Kk-hlkMijg ribbed (specially attractive), pure-! silk. $2.00; plain pure silit of extra M guality, full fashioned, 13.00; fine lisle. 59c; children's lisle socks. ?,5c; chil- I dren's tine ribbeil lisle hose, C5c. For j B reasonable prices, if. Gross. 24 South -1 Beach street. 734-3-26-lt 1 1 ou doa t have to pre hear the to l n a Domestic Science Fireless Cook - DUNN DUOS. ii6-3 26 tf. VAISTS AND SKIRTS Mme. Charlotte ' 28 So. Beach St. Open Evenings ;VWHHiiiirHHHiuii3n!iKHW'.nu:iH!iiiit3niimiiiiiG:iaiHiHg j Modern I I Bungalows 5 rooms each, famished, each 3 with garages. $4500 i Day- tona; $5000 in Daytona Beach. j Bingham &. ; Thompson B i 174 So. Beach Phone 321 1 i O wuuwatiroiiHiiiKiiuwiMK i!H!i'ih;t:mHni:i;irj!iu!h.ijii4 j Leave your batteries with ua for summer care 'and storage. PHONE 117 OR CALL AT Daytona Storage Battery "Co. NEW BUICK GARAGE 13-19 Magnolia Ave. i Warxning relieT for rJicuraatlc aches. LIE'S just used Sloan'a Liniment and the quick comfort had brought a smila , pleasure to his face. (Jood for achea resulting from weather exoosure. sprains, Btrains, lame back, overworked muscles, ftru Irates u-ilkout rubbing. All druggists have it. flrrO r52!flD I - g Y Easter Concert at the Congregational Church Rare Treat a I "Music lovers of the Triple Cities!.. : have another rare treat la store for 1 them. On Sunday evening the quar- tei. ,.h0ir of the First Conareaational church consisting of Mrs Mitchell, so-! pFaiWf. Mrs. Kamsey, contralto, Mr. j Traftern. tenor and director, Mr. Kam- j sy, basso, with Mrs. Otis, organist.! i,. -i .. .nL-i ; jby waiter Vaugha-n, the young ' Nwas 10 safly of ,inP3 n Russia. i ....r. f ILmnliv vi.-ii. ti. aa vl ias Atwood. pianist. The fuilowinx high class proa-ram ! will he rendered: , ! 1 Organ and Fiano Duet "Nocturne" Qut i Mrs. Oti3 aud Miss Atwood 2 liyoin No. &3. 3 Teti Solo. '"The Lord 1s My Light," AUitson Mr. 'Vauehan. 4 slesponslve reading. 0 Anthem, "Christ Our Si'hell'ng Choir. Fassover", i (: S t i;.uire reading. 1 7Sopraua solo, "Faster Dawn",. Woodman Mrs. ' Mitchell with 1 violin otligato by Mr, S Ilymu No. fc4. Hass solo, "Easter frheliv Mr. Ranisev. 10-OiTertory. Donnelly. Morning," n Violiu solo, selected -Mr:' Donnel lv. 12 Five Minute talk by pasior. ia Tenor Solo. "Pilgrim and Strang w Marsdtn Mr. Vaughan. 14 Anthem, "As it Began to Dawn" Hooker, Choir. 13 B nerth'tlon. Organ Fosllude. Mrs. Otis. The choir assisted by Mr. Vaughan will :lso give severdl special musical! numbers' at the morning service. All! are welcome to both services. ORTOim ORTONIV For Next Winter TEN NEW BUNGALOWS AND COTTACBS Furnished With New Furniture For Sale or Rent at "Ortcna" Phone 510 J for Appointment SIMPSON & PCPE, OWNERS o ORTOJR. "ORTOiNR. SWt,li:a:iW,,'MIWW'ww'iiit5iMi(Hiii n7 The Daytona Transfer Go. LA RAILROADS WATER TRIPS I RUS USES SIGIITSKEING TRIPS i Office 5 Mfiuolia Ave. ili4me 11 1 S ! "MttuniiutwuiujuinHTOiiailCJiulHicii4iMuiMiuiUMiiHKji Everything You Expect to find In a new,; completely equipped, "big city" drug store is here awaiting your call. First Quality Real Service-Right Prices AT YOUR SERVICE NIGHT AND DAY Bracey's A Re gia tared Pbarmaoist In charge Day and Night. Malby-Conrad ROUGH, AND DRESSED PINE AUD CYPRESS LUMBER t .1 ri i -i . - Lain, smngles, Mooring, Ceiling, Biick, Lit and Cement in btock . PHONE 803 J. MALBY. EL President and Treasurer ( 'WE SELL THE EARTH V APARTMENT BUILDING FOR SALE j j I Upper and lower apartments of II five rooms and bath, handsomely furnished, always rented, showing a gross 1 5' t investment. " Look this over. ' J j Fire Insurance Auto Insurance I II 20 SO. BEACH gT. PHONE 312 I M P.L.SMITH 5 CO. I . DAYTONA S fODtnOST REALTY FIRA I LATEST NEWS OFF ! THE TICKER FR0I1 HH J. .3. riEW YORK MARKET 4i (Dow Jones Service.) i ! 4- -i-v-hf 4 4-4- j ,..,,:..,. , .:", ' , ' , '"'V- t . . I proiosa is, penums " f rman oner to pay r ranee m labup ,s gaining support. ' o. 1 . .1, failures in week against He 277 : last week nd 305 last year. The wholesale dry goods districts reports the pasUweek are nwe cheer ful in matiy respects than they have bi-en in tu months due to the large K-reasa iu salei of gray cloth. Thomson- McKiimon's ' stock let tr today says: "Tiie news is better. I The outlook in Germany is better, j The answer of our sei retary of state 1 to the Russians is a step nearer to j the resumption of trade. Official as It heir system, which will probably soon j ( come for the press publish reKitsj jfioii various sections of improved:. For All AlAKiA Call j Kinds 54 i OI L. H. Bamsey & Co., Wall St. ORTOSl o g ORTOJR. mm INFORMATION- I l TICKCTS I Pharmacy of our Prescription Phone 85. Department Lumber Co. I line Vice-President Secret TimrMiitiiMiiiM ' business and resumption of opera tions in factories. With no turn for the worst in European affairs, we should proceed dth our recovery. The atnrk market totlav will DfuUnbly re- fleet Uw absecee of . many traders. , Should we get further reaction would j buy." ' ' ' ! WMoped Cream noils at A. B. C. j Bakery. ' 343-1-13-tf. : . '-'4 -T'. - Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Cilverson and their son. Russell Cilverson, of Twou - i to. sojourners to. sojourners nere tor tue vuu, V. ...... are making their tirst acquaintance as Riuranteat(h t .j,i. vour fair state and i c-itv. and are most enthusiastic, not; jonlv of Florida's climate, but of the : r.nlv nf Kinrulii 1 spirit of hospfTaiity everywhere ex- ! pressed toward Canadian guests. MaK- i ins their headouartrs at Ihtytoija ituaeh thev are eraduallv covering i ilia siat and are suenduiK Faster at ! i the Ponce de Jeon, St. Augustine. Whipped Cream Puff at A. B. C. Eafcery. . 34.',-l-13-tf Call CHAS COOK TMICABS AND AUTOMOBILES PHONES UU4 and 226-J 1 B. V. Murfcham Daytona Electric Co. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIE8 AND FIXTURE ' Phona 230 4MlltUltUIHIUItlClllllUIUIIiUm 1 IGNITION Had OTHER 1 LAROKATOUY AND SHOPS y of -'. 1 L. M. DRAKE, West Fairview Avenue Large stock of spare parts for all makes of magnetos and ignition apparatus. Can repair or rebuild any make. C-aH supply new machines also. Botch, Elsemann, Dixie, Berihig, Siinnis, Atwater-Kent Replace ment Sets, Splitdorf, Swiss, Etc. Laboratory ' well equipped for all kiuda of testing. 7 buildiegs, 53 machines, 4 of which do difficult glass work. Technical education. Established 16 years. o penny losi rmmord of Imwa CAREFUL CARPET CLEANERS H. W. BRANDT, PROP. Work Called for and Delivered Absolute Satisfaction Guaranteed 35 Years' Experience Leave Orders at ,f Baggett-Wetherby Co. 36 Magnolia Ave. Service for Women Women are taking today a more active part m business, industry and public affairs than ever before. A greater need for banking facil ities and accommodation for women is the result. Whether you have a business account or a household account, this bank is anxious to have you take advantage of its exceptional facilities for handling women's accounts and as a member of the Federal Reserve System i't is m a position to assure you of absolute safety. First National Bank The Only National Bank in the Triple Cities. The O'Neill Shop V DAYTONA For Children's Shade Hats in White Pique y- i LADIES when irregular or . supprasaed wse TH- i umr 1 .n.TtoVe2.lH. ; - f j ,,, ,iUl (,cue.-8; nave Uiip. R..ininuit W'rLK" for "liflief" and Kiirtii;' ulars. it's frt-e. AUlresa: Naiotiul Medi cal JustituLe. Mdwauket. "VVis. : GITTLEUAII, TlfflDB SUITS MADE TO ORDER, $35 UP Repairing ! Cleaning, Pressing and j Neatly Done. j 7 NO. !'- BEACH ST., NEAR VOLUSIA I .tmumiitiuiiiiiniiuuiimiiUiuuiiaut)uiiuiiuiiuuuuiiui !l DAYTONA BUILD- j ERS SUPPLY CO. ! 5 "Everything to Build Anything,' OF'FICE AND WAREHOUSE: CONCRETE BRIDGE. Phone 240 .iiimiimnr.m,.r- aiiwMioiuiiiui:K uiUjimufMuiuiiiif 4 ELCGTUICAL APPARATUS 1 Fourteen million dollars and not a JCITRLIS EXCHANGE1 Sunday ext mslon tsi.fi a. ra. AUenicmi ' O clock. Tel. 4?.i. T:. Daytona Wonderful E: The finest drive in t io Is available 8 hours eath hours before and '4 hoiy-i ' low tide. On the Ueac to t' Inlet and return by Pert Or Daytona's Won:Ierfuj - holds all Automob!le X Speed Records. ! o'9ns!mcnHwa,t: "Courtesy's Doing It" j !j I j sic " :. g 3 : :' i Gruher-Morrw I 1 Hardwar? C g j imiitneimamaaimmmcwmmsaz i PROFESSIONA!, I; DR. E. J. MWilV: Chiropractic Phyt" SPECIALIST Solnal. Nervous A. Chr-..,. rs..... !?! (Cunnofete Elrctrfcal t r.,.i . JtT s 'Office Phone 81. Res. fbone fjt, i 3 DR. JOHN D. STEELV 1 Mechano-Therapbt Q SPECIAL TREATMENTS FOR ut;tsn v Hourt -?.; 1-4. 'Tel. 1t. DRjcn cl., vomer voiusta DR. A. O'NEILL Osteopath . 14th Year In Daytor 9 N. Beach St. Phont Osteopathy adjusts. Nature cur ; ' '... - J. P. Esch, M I). Phyiiclan and Surgson 315 Peninsula Drive Daytona Buc Phone 2t0 Office Hours 12 to 2 and 6 to 7 P. M. Roy Howe, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURSEON Have removed office from Oiii Wool, worth Store, 98 S. Eeach St., to rl. deace, 126 Volusia Ave. Houra 9-10 a. m.; 2-4, and f-1 P.M. . Phone 204 . STAPLES & CITTTEN PLUMBING and WEATIN1. Corner MagnolU and Firtt It. Phone. 15-W and 1W 1 ' t i . .i i i i v John A. Rogers Architect and Builder Res. So. Ridgewood, opposite Gclf Club Telephone 843-W- . J 4 " - ' ' I T. E. FITZGERALD i ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. Hlxlal Att.nttou t Kxuminln M ! Pwl-i-t;r,3 LanJ Tilku. 20S S. Beach St. - - - Daytona, FK. i ... , F. VV. POPE I Lawyer South Beach St. Daytona, V I; - JACOB ES PEDAHL Architect I and BUltutn. 1'ifflra mi LUop: I J?nt St. il inciia Avenua Ut Pbona ail)!. W. J. Cat diner B. F. Br Gardiner and Brass. Successors to IFainlin, Il.inilia ami Gardiner Attorneys and Counsellors at LW Offices, First National Eank BWo, Bond-Howell Lumber Co. Corner Magnolia and 1-irst St. PHONE 078 BINGHAM & MALEY CO. Furniture Hoiliii Furnishint and - Undertaking H.'