Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1777-1963 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: University of Florida
Newspaper Page Text
SUNDAY KioKNiNG DAILY NEWS. DAYTONA. HjukiuA. sunuaY. march ' SI i I i ! I- 1 A 'S-vjn ftfHA P ; : I i s I mi- ' -: ' 5r - I . - UJI I M. . -I .1 I - I. I.. -1.1 1M. -.Uil -a-tci !HHH1.nci1imHMHOM.HUi1ut3.Ht1ui1H.n..Himiir.miH nr uuis s nnr UWUUWL jTuil if Ml) a i ip. n M'ln nwi ii ii fri jtiw 114.1 iiiipw iitt"i Strange as it may seem to some who have not spent a summer in the delightful Halifax Country, official 1 eg itf ations of the weather bureau show more even temperature, more delightfully cool nights and a more healthy cli mate 111 the Halifax Country throughout the summer months than is shown by reports of a majority of the large Northern cities. The reputation which the Halifax Country bears as a winter resort has traveled around the world. Here are congregated during the four months of winter prominent personages from almost every clime and country, gath ered to enjoy the delights with which Nature has so graciously showered the Halifax Country. It is only of more recent years that the Halifax Country has come into its own as a summer resort of the highest class, where are gathered many from ether sections of the state, but also many from other Southern states, and from the North those who have come to realize that the Halifax Country, with its delightfully cool breezes, iU ex cellent ocean bathing and its summer pleasures equals, i f not excells, the famous summer resorts of the North. But a few years ago the principal business houses of the towns and cities of the Halifax Country were closed ix and eight months of the year, remaining open only during the winter months. During the past several years the tfreat influx of tourists during the summer, tourists who come early and stay late into the fall, has brought about a resort of exceptional interest and value to the Halifax Country, as the reputation of the country as a summer resort has spread. While residents of the Northern cities are sweltering in the heat of tha average summer day, while sleepless nights and languid days are not exceptions, residents and tourists of the Halifax Country 3re finding brisk breezes, sweeping off the Atlantic, across the shady, cooling pathways and streets, lowering temperatures at night, making possible long hours of sleep and rejuvenation; bathing is at its best, with the cccan beach dotted with hundreds of tourists and residents enjoying the surf; pleasures of every kind are found, making the summer months a restful period of the year, relaxing from the hurry and bustle of the winter months, but :o thoroughly enjoyed by all who remain here, or who come here, that the Halifax Country as a summer resort is growing in leaps and bounds. While deaths from the heat and prostrations are daily occurrences in the North, during the summer months 1 lalifax Country residents are enjoying the cooling, refreshing climate which the East Coast of Florida affords dur ing the heated months. A sunstroke in the Halifax Country is unknown. Deaths from the heat or prostrations are found in no records of this delightful summer resort. Ninety degrees of heat during the summer ;s exceptional, and when tempered with an ocean breeze, as it is at all tildes, one would think it only 70 degrees. Halifax Country as a summer resort, every agency making for the pleasure of tourists and residents, U em ployed in adding to these pleasures. The Daytona Golf Course, describee! by America's greatest golfers as one of the most picturesque in the country, will remain open for play during the entire cummer. Here those inclined to the game may retain their practice throughout the summer. Baseball, the national game, UUs a large part or the lite oir tne Halifax country residents during tne summer ith professional baseball in Daytona throughout the many months, until Labor Day. " To those who have not spent a summer in the great and glorious Halifax Country, a cordial invitation is ex tended, that the pleasures afforded may be realized and n joyed, that tho Halifax Country may be appreciated as a year round pleasure resort, that winter tourists may be converted to year round, permanent residents, which is as sured after one summer is spent here. : : : : -.w.lZ This is the sixth of a series of articles, published by thr co-opera' k u of the following well-known residents, winter residents and business houses rf i5;c Halifax Country: w H W A. E. PENCE J. VV. C AM AC L. D. DREWREY P.C5ERT S. HOLMES GEO. F. JOHNSON A. H. SICKLER V. LAWRENCE J. FEABODY J. EAPLtNO E. L. ARMSTRONG . GEO. R- NEWALL C. FRED JOHNSON RICHARD H. EDMOND3 Ej.ter Manufacturers Record MRS. ANNIE L. STEPHENSON THEO. 3ENGSTAK FRED TODD ALBERT STIGER t.V HOLMES JAMES N. GAMBLE JOHN J. RANDALL ORMOND BEACH FRCFERTY OWN ERS" ASSOCIATION Oimond Bach. Fla. YCLUSIA COUNTY BRIDGE CO.. j fi CLARK, Vice-President, First National Bank of Daytona HOTEL CLARENDON, E L PoUt, President and '.'st aging Director. BRET'tON INN lOrmond Beach) J. - Vfn'iin, 'wner, HOTEL PL ?-Pl AND. J. t. Buttoficld, Resident Mjm a get-. BOND HOWELL LUMBER CO. JAS. f. FRANC-IS CO. (Ormcnd) Gcnrrs! Merchandise. R. E. LOWE i.Oimond) J. A, Fit IL I V 1 n, n10 j) V F. M O N II 1 l- RRA C E ADDITION. r, w ( iri, Manager. FRlfJt I r, ISSf N A. Mrnrv W. Haynes. Prop. C. M t.flGTR (Ormofdl Dma-nt OAVTONA BOOK . STATIONERY CO. R. L. SMITH & CO. Re--! LvM'r. W H. r.AROINFR, Alt Shop. L. M PRAM PRINCf (it on'.-C HOTEL Hly.-M tlr ltoyH. Prps. O A Y 7 r ' f 1 A M'"r HINL WORKS VJ. r.r-M-i.hni ;j H. H. M'.DON AL O. Meat Market. L. n r;ri , Jc.c'c: i I'llPM.W i.i'V) I 1 'i L r. Wor'..''v.!rv. f.ljiui'j-r. oi m in 4 mn-. Cwn cf o.irn-a. DR.. C. FOMANIi'.'N, rh ui. rfn- Ly 'jr i-i'. i. r. .K)iif:'..i 'f-i. m -MR 3. " R.l t r fl' i a Re-' 1 I ' DAY T Of ' A- r n- A r CO . I . I VV.!'.. - . II.'.MII I'r'i H M i ' I . M . t. 1. M V. .;i '(- " -. R r 5. r ARC.HI5M T r. FUCH'AY GMFCM. A'r.h-t-'Cts tt! tiii.j( -.. C. M. M..DONAI D '5- UvU, P.o:;l Vsid MERCHANTS r;Af;k t. A j T rn.v.l ?rU BVi K H. T. Ml'. LLl !. N. tg . , v.' k new a hil:- ii'iif l v ; l l i f.i' Marine VV..- HARRY Pf- RRLR. ' Thr t.r.n.-ll Jink Man." DAYTONA T R ANSF E R CO. DAY TON A BUILDERS SUFFLY CO. MALBY-CONRAD LUMBER CO. H. 9 jC-HULTE REALTY CO. '.RUBER MORRIS HARD ARE CD. IVY LANE HOTEL A. C. -'ortnon. Prep, f- L O M I C H c O M r A N Y DAYTONA ELECTRIC CO.. B V. M?rlh3m. CPiflM RADIATOR &. BODY W O R K 3 J. P. Car.r. Pres. R. H. NUTtiNG. Tcroa R.vfT L::ie c B-2ts. F. f!. CfHny 4, SONS. Je-A-s'trs. DAYTONA SHEET METAL WORKS MARRv ft. HORN, AttOTSy 2t La.v. DAYTQNA COCO-COLA BOTTLING WORKS TRicLE CITIES ICE CREAM AND n.ilR COM PAN V A. MILLGAN. Mayor o Dat;ra. A B C. BAKERY THE HO W A R D HOTEL C B. Ba't'ett. Prop. E. UiPP Sl SUN ! :jii!iii!mu:j!i!iwi!:iiai:H!i:'!:u:i',w;i!:i;Ji!!,!:iiiiiiuiM'MiH;i.to-i..: ;'imtiii::iiiiiiimiiaii: s iiM,:;,' iiKiHriuHi'hrimiimini'iMiiiiuisamnnMnniiiimwuuiiiiuHiHiUHiwiiiNi mNnnmmnwaKiKHMHtii l.M ,".t.L UIL 1 i -1 i i t .. . t 5 ! : I V f I ( 4P$ '-Tlff'