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L'JL J U t lH 7W L) partment I
L PLAY AND
"7.EZE PLAY8 PAL AT K A AT
-lOOL COURT ON SATURDAY
::ht preceded by fresh-
-iwday evening the high school
;;t ball team will play their first
l game. The boys are in good
1 and are sure to make the Pa
y bunch with whom they are to
7 take some of the sand which the
jM kick up.
t "Sand Crabs" has already won
y cisuncuon 01 . Demg "the most
-sj and plucky team for their size
"3 section," and the outcome of
I j prst game will be watched with
( ") Interest It U a heavy expense
tie boys to bring a team here
Vso far, and it is hoped that they
1 te well supported and thus be
) 0 bring other teams here during
: won. The game will be played
j school court, which with the
3t lights makes an ideal place
. U splendid sport,
l line-up of the home team is as
71: Donald McDonald, center;
T Strother, right forward; Ted
left forward; Fred Langwor
, i'ht guard; Leslie Odum, left
:sdins the game the freshman
will give the play "Scrooge's
:3M." The cast of characters
T Nelson Longe
Vs nephew Ted Green
ratchet Richard Niven
z men. ,.... Earnest Baggett
I and Edward Bee be
'of Marley........ Leslie Odum
''ratchet .Lucile Johnson
Cratchet Anna Orr
V Cratchet. ..... . Aleen Morgan
Cratchet.. Catherine Watterson
TfcS ..Niven Stall
flay will begin at 7:30 in the
ool room. Admission to both
1 game is 25c.
z Beach is the most marvel
In the world.
DAYTON A BEACH FISHERMAN IS
niNtu Z5 AND COSTS
CATCHING MULLET IN
W. Oehler pleaded guilty of catch
ing mullet in the closed season at trial
of the criminal court in DeLand
Wednesday and was fined $25 and
costs. The defndant presented no
plea because he was caught with the
fish in his possession.
This case makes clear the new fish
law to those of the local fishermen
who do not know the statutes adopted
by the 1915 legislature.
LOCAL SEINER IS
FINED IN COURT
BECOMES A REALITY
RUTH LAW STILL CAUSING PEN
INSULA PEOPLE TO CATCH
BREATH BY EXECUTING MID
"Goodness gracious! She's looping
the loop! were the general exclama
tions heard on all the streets in Day
tona Beach and Seabreeze yesterday
Instead of waiting until later in
the season to try turning somersaults
in the skies, Ruth Law thought she
was well enough acquainted with her
fine new machine to perform a few
turn-overs yesterday afternoon. Even
a vo . ' . ber husband and manager, Chas. 011
a. vande vord and D. P. Fuauav. ... ' , ,
m " vt ui o tuab DUO W J ILkKX try
such a deed quite as soon as yester
day and was very much startled to
see the machine suddenly turn com-
CHOIR GETTING NEW ANTHEM
READY FOR SUNDAY NIGHT
The junior choir of the Daytona
Beach Methodist church have another
rich treat In store for those who come
to church Sunday night. A beauti
ful, anthem, "Lord, Thou Hast Prom
ised, is being prepared as one of the
special songs for the evening and a
quartet will probably present an ad
Work started yesterday on repair
ing the damage done to the Ross
building on the corner of Seabreeze
avenue and Halifax last week by a
fire of unknown origin. D. F. Fuquay
has the contract for the work.
of Daytona Beach, and A. E. Donnel
ly, of Daytona, returned today from
a two-days' hunting trip in the To
Rev. Dupont Clark and family ar
rived yesterday afternoon from their.
Ihome in Manchester, Vt., and will oc
cupy tne Fields house on the river
for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Dana Koontz and fam
ily are expected this week from spend
ing the summer in Cleveland, O., and
will spend Christmas week with Mrs.
Jessie Lewis, at her Seabreeze ave
"sr German scientist has done
rli a good turn. He has dis
I that this good old world which
to well that not many are
1 to leave it, will exist for many
la of years and then get an
"in. We feel better Milwau-tinel.
"t quarrel, what harshness, what
f In each other can subsist in
;::ence of a great calamity,
ill the artificial vesture of our
Cone, and we are all one with
-ier in primitive mortal needs?
TZ9 Eliot '
trUy has a positive imperish
trm. It is sham nobility that is
And sham nobility is the
of our heroes and heroines in
1 drama or fiction. John Oliver
THIS WEEK ONLY
) 3 cent pipe and one 10 cent tin
" "co for 29 cents.
Lone Bay Inn
c Under New Managemtnt
7 C7X0 per Week and Upwards.
' on Seabreeze Ave., one block
TTONA BEACH, FLORIDA
E. Mont Perry, of Rockland, Me.,
came in yesterday morning from Bun
nell to look over the peninsula with
a view of building a home here in the
future. Mr. Perry spent the day vis
iting his old friend, T. G. Gushee, who
formerly lived in the same Maine
H. W. Drake, traveling representa
tive for , the Nathan D. Dodge Shoe
company, of Boston, arrived here from
his fall trip North yesterday after
noon and joined his wife at their
home on Live Oak street in Seabreeze.
Mr. Drake will be here several weeks
before leaving for the North again.
J. 'M. Johnson and family, who have
been occupying the Fields house on
the river front in Daytona Beach for
the last six months, moved yester
day afternoon to one of the W. W.
Marshall cottages on "Vermont avenue
in Marshall Park. Mr. Johnson has
entered into the negotiations for the
purchase of his new home.
pletely over about 2,500 feet above
After doing the trick a half-dozen
times over Seabreeze the aviatrix flew
down to Daytona Beach to show the
people her new accomplishment and
succeeded in turning three somer
saults one after the other. A near
accident occurred when the engine
stopped just as Miss Law was staring
the ocean In the face on the third
turn, but the centrifugal force of the
heavy high-slung engine again right
ed the machine which started again
when the gravity gasoline supply was
The lady flyer said after coming
down for the last time to the beach
landing at the Nautilus that she
"didn't mind doing such stunts any
more than riding along the beach in
an auto," but admitted that "it did
seem queer to look the ocean in the
face when flying upside down."
Miss Margaret Murphy and mother
have rented the East apartment in
the Hobart house on Seabreeze ave
nue, and will reside there for the com
Giant Ostriches of the Past.
In alluvial deposits of Madagascar
there have been found skeletons of os
triches which, when alive, were four
teen to fifteen feet la height
Here's to the mouth! It Is the gro
cer's friend, the orator's pride and the
According to Stone's Chronicle the
title of Domesday Book arose from
the circumstance that the original
document was kept in a place In
Westminister cloisters called Domus
Del, or House of God.
Not Forbidden to Hint.
Little Katherlne was told of her
aunt's approaching marriage and was
asked to keep it a secret Upon being
questioned by a playmate, she replied:
"I promised not to tell, but I will hint
Just a little." " '
The Phrenologist "Yes, sir, by feel
ing the bumps on your head I can tell
you exactly what sort of a man you
are." Mr. Dolan "Oi belave It wud
give ye more av an oidea wot sort av
a whlmmen me woife is."
Lmh aft 1:33 A! ;
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And then let me show you the xnoct prcstfcil
and beautiful hotel site on the Peninsula. !C0
feet, fronting on the Halifax.
Look to the right when you cross the Ce
ment bridge picture a hotel there.
J. E. D. GKAVE
Casualty, Fire, Automobile and Life Insurance.
Office, Post-Office Block.
DAYTONA BEACH, FLA.
Public Stenographer in office.
J. B. Price, of Elmira Heights, N.
Y., surprised Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hib
bard, old friends, at their home on
Live Oak street in Daytona Beach,
Wednesday evening. Mr. Price left
yesterday to go on further south,
where he expects to build a winter
home on the East Coast. Mr. Price
has spent many winters in various
parts of the state.
W. McCallen arrived yesterday to
take up his work as the riding instruc
tor for the Hotel Clarendon. Mr.
McCallen brought along a fine string
of saddle horses.
Miss Franz Sparber returned "Wed
nesday from attending Stetson univer
sity in DeLand to spend the Christ
mas holidays with her mother at her
home on Grandview avenue.
Have Strange Preference.
. In Cochin China, the inhabitants
prefer rotten eggs to fresh ones.
r v .uaea and Bageage Wagons
: ' 1f.. all Train.
!?3ach Transfer Co.
! WOOD FOR SALE
Branch . Nicholson, Prop's
"?Y, FEED and SALE STABLES
' 169 Blua Daytona Beach
dr; c. c. cash
BEACH. - FLORIDA
:d your face
5 CREECH'S PLACE
New Use for Mercury.
A scientific investigator of Europe
has discovered a new method of de
stroying fungous disease and household
pests by the use of mercury. In in
closed spaces the mercury is employed
in the form of vapor. In other cases
It is injected in metallic form directly
Into the circulating fluids of the plant.
Mrs. L. O. Upson and little daugh
ter returned to their home in Ocean
City, after spending several days vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fuquay at
their home on Palmetto avenue.
Mrs. E. G. Putnam, who has been
visiting her nephew, E. B. Putnam,
and family, at their home on the river
front in Seabreeze for the last few
days, left with her friend, Mrs. H. M.
Grant, to travel down the East Coast
to Palm Beach, where they will spend
The Dixie Highway Garage com
pany will open their office and show
room on Seabreeze avenue in Day
tona Beach, some time in the first
part of next week. J. G. Ladue will
have charge of the local branch and
will open with a good line of Dodge
cars and parts.
;t FOR THE WHITE TRUCK."
' "All Work Guaranteed."
. JUrt Phn- 169-RedCLEAN.NQ
The Handy Shoe Bag.
"Last year one member of the fam
ily was unable to be out of bed. I
took a shoe bag that had ample pock
ets and pinned it neatly with safety
pins to the side of her bed. In its
pockets I put her books and various
articles that she needed. Everything
was within reach." Woman's Home
Oval Water Pipes Best.
Oval water pipes are less liable to
vhon thev freeze than round
ones. The reason is that repeated!
freezings and thawings cause a round j
lead water pipe to stretch at the weak-,
est points and form bulges, which
finally split; but a pipe that starts (
life as oval may be frozen a number j
of times without craciung, oecauaw
each time it gets a little rounder, and
not until the strain can no longer be
relieved in that way does it form
bulges and burst-
Two Kinks of Religion Both Bad.
"Dar's de man dat takes his re
ligion in spasm, and gits over it 'bout
as quick," stated good c'd Parson
Bagster. "And den ag'in. dar's da
yudder kind dat has it all de time,
and 'magines his whole duty is done
when he says 'Amen!' in a deep voice.
And I dunnuh, sah. which of 'em gives
me de least sadisfaction." Kansas
E. Wilmington, traveling represen
tative for the Bon Wit Teller com
pany, of Chicago, arrived yesterday
and is visitine his wife and son at
their attractive home on the ocean
bluff in Seabreeze. Mr. Wilmington
will spend Christmas and New Year's
here before leaving for the North
Of course the morning-glory derives
its name from the fact that it blooms
only in the. morning, and the "four
o'clocks," because they close at that
hour In the afternoon.
Enemy of the Snake.
Snakes in South Africa fear the sec
retary bird, and will even crawl away
from his shadow. This bird devours
snakes and can easily kill a reptile
twice its size.
Couldn't See the Wisdom.
Little Jack was found in the pantry
covered with jam. His father said, "I
think, my boy, you would better go
and show yourself to mother." With
a roguish look Jack replied, "No, dad
dy, I think I betterent."
Comfortable Golden Oak Rockers
Good Arm Chairs for the Christmas" Fire
side. Special Price on Saturday, Dec. 1 8, $2.24
J. L. WETHERBY FURNITURE CO.
Seabreeze avenue Daytona Beach.
IF IT IS QUALITY IN CANDIES
A BEAUTIFUL BOX FOR CHRIST
MAS JACK HAS IT
LOOSE-WILES. NUFF SED.
'Holland's Fish Market'
Ocean Fish Home Caught
Shrimp for Bait Daily
DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA
LOW TIDES ON THE BEACH
Afternoon and forenoon tides oocur at
approximately the same hour and
Date 1 Sept, Oct. Nov.
New Fishing Grounds.
Albacore and tunny, fish which until
recently have been found only in the
Mediterranean in sufficient quantities
to form the basis of an industry, are
said now to be caught in enormous
quantities along the coast of southern
California. At San Pedro a fleet of
gasoline launches finds profitable em
ployment during the season in catch
ing these fish for the packers.
And Trouble Follows.
Love may be blind, but if a man's
wife is a brunette she can see a blonde
hair on his vest 13 blocks away.
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12:13 12:30 1:19
12:52 1:00 2:7
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2:49 8:11 4:49
3:30 4:00 5:66
4:18 5:00 7:05
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10:45 11:23 12:20
11:43 12:10 1:09
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1:00 1:33 2:23
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7:33 I ....
HARRY A. HORN
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT
Special attention given Real Estate Law.
Perfecting Land Titles and
DAYTONA BEACH .... FLORIDA
DR. J. P. ESCH
Physician and surgeon. 315 Peninsula
Drive, Daytona Beach.'
One block north of cement bride.
fi The "SILENT SMITH" I
I Model 8 shows what should now be expected of a
The Housewife "You have the ap
pearance of a hard drinker." The
Hobo -"Madam, you wrong me. Since
we specialized the profession I am re
garded merely as an expert sampler.
Tanks fer de pie." Cleveland Plain
GEO. P. JOHNSON.
Bicycles and Bi
Fit to Fish
DAYTONA BEACH, FLA.
jp Ball Bearing; Long Wearing
I The success of the L. C. Smith 6C Bros. Typewriters has
Si been due to the fact that the wants of the user have
jj dictated its construction. The user has decided in favor
m of certain improvements now incorporated in Model 8.
H Among them are :
J Silence 0 Operation The most silent running efficient
H typewriter ever placed on the market. Absolute silence
H has been very nearly attained.
M Decimal Tabulator A help in billing and tabulating.
j There is no extra charge for this convenience.
Variable Line Spacer Enables the operator to start on a
H given line and space from point of starting ; also to write
on ruled lines whose spacing varies from typewriter spac-
jl ing. A great help in card work.
Faster Ribbon Feed Insures new place of impact for each
p Choice of Carriage Return Upon special order the new
jj left hand carriage return will be furnished in place of the
jj right hand return.
All the important features of previous models have been retained
ball bearing carriage, typebars and capital shift, back spacer,
key-controlled ribbon, removable platen, protected type, flexible
g paper feed and automatic ribbon reverse.
1 F5tttcfor ?IrDat?g of Model lt "i" pl why the
j 1- imitii OC iJcot I ypewnui u a lynonym for upnor temoe.
L. C SMITH 6c BROS. TYPEWRITER COMPANY
Factory and Home Office, SYRACUSE, N. Y, U. S. A.
118 Laura Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
M. P. LIPE, REPRESENTATIVE. SANFORD and Daytona.