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veniences". RENT FOR THE SEASON
UNTIL MAY 1st 1916, $400.00
jrjhl. Greene, Department Editor TWwr-j 4 j -- . .
j devoted to the Interests of Daytona Beach and Seabreeze
Miss Irene Keating, Assistant
HEARS DEV. SERL
OF STATE VS. IIANEY
Ijt. Elmer "Willis Serl, of the Tour
iUnlon church of Seabreeze, gave
brceful and helpful talk at the
of the Tourist's Bible class
ie. Paytona Beach Methodist Sun-
j far his subject, "Christianity's
fcd of Pink," Rev. Serl com-
iiced his address with a clear ex
jtsuon of his text, found in Luke
flak." said Mr. Serl, "is that
is mixed or tainted, and di
tx the main theme into three sub-
fcs, "pink mind, pink heart and
society," he embodied in his talk
thought that many people think
ft when it is easy to do so, but
tr and fail when it is necessary
trie a sacrifice against their own
rUa pink hearts." said Mr. Serl.
can nerer eradicate our great so
f eiils. The heart must be first
( aaalyxing the topic of "pink so
y," he asserted that man's indi
tl responsibility is not in the
I lessened by being a member of
crraisation. In other words, a
I cf men have no more moral
frres on account of their union
f does any individual. The legal
If a thing does not injure its Just-
IT. Serl also spoke of Jesus, ha-
cf Indifference and, in closing,
rial that the man who is down
tzt must rise in thought and prin
i tad he who is on a higher plane
jt rtoop to help the individual of
rzr standing. By this union the
tl social life which exists In
trtsent condition of society can
interesting and instructive ad
aa preceded by a Bible talk
I nr. J. J. Tread well on "The Self-
1 1 of Jesus."
7. Chas. W, Crook, of Jackson-
i nperintendent of the Anti-Sa-ftjue
of Florida, will speak be-
class soon. An open invita
p extended to all. Rev. Crook's
M will be announced later in the
The preliminary trial of the case
of the state of Florida against J. D.
Haney was held this morning before
Justice of the Peace J. W. Williams,
of Seabreeze, at the Seabreeze town
The charge was assault and battery
and the defendant pleaded not guilty.
At 9:15 the trial common
defendant being represented by At
torney t . w. Pope, of Daytona. R.
L. Hodges, colored, was th nrinrinni
witness for the state and testified
that he had witnessed an altercation
between R. S. Clark and Harinr whn
are former partners in the cleaning
ana pressing business in Daytona
Beach. Hodges stated that fc
the defendant raise his arm to strike
a blow but saw nothing further.
Stanley Strother and n o rtoo
testified for the defendant, that Clark
k j - . .
uu Known, mem nis injured thumb
which he claimed to have TtetwA
from a blow by Haney, and had said
mat it was received from hitting his
thumb with a hammer while trvimr
to drive a nail.
Justice Williams continued the
over to 9 a. m. Wednesdav mnm trie
when he will give his decision.
S SEABREEZE PERSONALS ft
The opening reception of the First
Baptist church will be held Tuesday
night at the new church building on
the corner of Earl street and Penin
Miss Ethel Sholtz spent the week
end with her mother at the Sholtz
beach home, coming over from Stet
son, and will return today to take up
Mrs. Chas. Stewart, who accompa
nied Mrs. H. F. Stewart here from
Atlanta to attend the funeral of the
late H. F. Stewart, will return to At
ry day is Bummtr In Daytona.
SHOP AND MANICURING
rtca, Cold Drinks and Cigars,
s Building Seabreeze, Florida
I ctandard brands of SMOKING
:::wnig tobaccos, cigars
I ;-rettes, call at
I Opposite Webster's
d' Fish Market
:;an Fish Home Caught
Cv.rimp for Bait Daily
-7TCNA BEACH, FLORIDA
RUTH LAV AWAKES
ALL LATE SLEEPERS
The buzzing engine of Ruth Law's
aeroplane awakes all late sleepers
along the beach front on the pleas
ant mornings. The aviatrix has found
that early morning Is an ideal time of
day to perform her dare-devil feats
in the air, and for that reason early
risers only can witness her stunts.
The tide is also low in the morning
at present, which gives Miss Law the
clear, wide beach for landing.
i STOCK of RUBBER BATH
CAPS AND SHOES AT THE
z Lone Bay Inn
L psder New Managemtnt
n l3 pr Week and upwards.
h Seabreeze Ave, one block
I-., from ferry
tTTONA BEACH, FLORIDA
and Barrage "Wagons
&u J. rams.
. , tth Transfer Co.
,Pei A Nicholson, Prop's
IVJ Blu Daytona Beach
DR. C. C. CASH
J VETERINARY SURGEON
pA BEACH. . FLORID
3 your face
CONFERENCE YEAR OF LOCAL
METHODIST CHURCH EXPIRES
Last night's 7:00 o'clock service
finished the conference year of the
Daytona Beach Methodist Episcopal
church. A good sized congregation
was present in spite of outdoor damp
ness, and everyone present appreci
ated the feeling of Mr. Treadwell
when at the close of his fine sermon
he gave a few simple words of fare
well, saying that he might never be
privileged to speak to them again
from the pulpit. .
Every Sunday since Rev. Treadwell
has preached here, he has observed
the beautiful custom of shaking hands
with each member of the congrega
tion as they passed out the door
homeward. As a last request before
leaving for the St. Johns conference,
Tuesday, he asked all to come up to
the rostrum and shake hands before
going home last night.
Every member of the church ear
nestly hopes for Mr. TreadwelTs re
turn, and wish him to rest assured
that he has completely won their
hearts during his first year here.
Last night's service was also
marked by an exceptionally well sung
anthem by the young people's choir,
"My Soul Panteth for Thee, O, God.
"Wirt. B. Hatch, and family, of Yd-
silanti, Mich., arrived yesterday from
the Isorth to open their home on Hal
ifax avenue for the winter. Mr. Hatch
and family came through from Jack
sonville b yauto.
ft DAYTONA BEACH LOCALS .9
Mrs. Sherwood and H. J. Johnson
spent last week in Jacksonville and
St Augustine, making the trip by
Roy Chittenden, who has been at
the beach for the last few days vis
iting friends, returned to his Sanford
Ben Moore and party, of DeLand,
spent an enjoyable week-end here, re
turning to their home late Sunday
night by auto.
J. O'Niell and party, of DeLand,
spent the week-end here, coming over
by auto and returning to the county
seat late Sunday evening.
Mrs. F. N. Johnson, who has been
quite ill at her home on the corner
of Grandview avenue and Duke street,
for the last week, is slowly improv
ing in condition and will probably be
able to quit the confinement of her
room In a few days.
Cam eon Brown, who has been
spending the last month here stop
ping at a local hotel, left Saturday
for Umatilla, Fla. Mr. Brown is a
well-known Kentucky stock raiser and
has spent several other seasons In
Seabreeze and Daytona Beach. He
expects to stay here for a short time
on his return North.
LADIES' AID SOCIETY
WILL MEET IN CHURCH
The regular meeting of the Ladies
Aid society of the Daytona Beach
Methodist church will be held Tues
day afternoon at 2:30 in the west an
nex of the church. Every member is
urged to be present for the annual
election of officers for the organiza
tion. The hostesses for the occasion are
Mrs. J. W. Edmonds, Mrs. Emma
Freeman and Mrs. Geo. Finley. This
meeting is also the silver shower for
the society and all who tome will be
Mr. and Mrs. Tompkins, of New
York City, arrived recently and are
spending several months visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Uriah Ham
brick on Hollywood avenue.
Messrs. Roy Boughton, Prentiss
and Kittell, who have been visiting
at the home of Mrs. Sherwood, on
Hollywood avenue, left Saturday for
their home in Binghamton, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Fisher, who have
been enjoying the climate and pas
times of the beach for the last few
weeks, left Monday on their return
trip to their home in Cleveland, Ohio.
. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dubone, of Jack
sonville, were week-end visitors at the
beach, returning to their home In the
state metropolis this morning after
three pleasant days at the Palm, n
Mr. and Mrs. Osborn Herndon, who
motored over to spend the week-end
with Mrs. Herndon's aunt, Mrs. Mar
garet Malloy, and family, at their
home on Palmetto street, left this
morning for their Sanford home.
J. E.B. GRAVE
R E A L.
Fire, Life, Casualty and Automobile Insurance.
Office, Post-Office Block.
Public Stenographer in office.
Dr. D. N. Patten, of Cincinnati, who
has been visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. X. T. Clayton on Halifax
avenue for the last few days, left
Saturday afternoon for Wpst PaItti
LOW TIDES ON THE BEACH
Afternoon and forenoon tides occur at
approximately the same hour
Iate t Jan. ( Feb. March j April
1 :47 11:33 11:13 12:26
2 10:50 12:2S 12:07 1:09
3 11:49 1:1S 12:55 1:55
4 12:45 2:04 1:38 2:2S
5 1:36 2:4$ 2:19 3:03
6 2:52 3:3i 2:5S 3:41
7 3:11 4:13 3:37 4:22
8 3:59 4:56 4:17 5:10
9 4:47 6:44 5:01 6:05
10 5:37 6:35 5:51 6:50
11 6:03 7:15 6:33 7:5S
12 7:00 S:ll 7:31 8:41
13 7:5S 9:0$ 8:23 9:33
14 S:52 10:04 9:25 10:22
15 9:46 10:57 10:1S 11:0S
16 10:40 11:46 11:07 11:52
17 11:31 12:30 11:52 12:S5
1$ 12:17 1:0$ 12:33 1:1$
19 1:00 1:44 1:09 1:59
20 1:3-$ 2:1S 1:4$ 2:44
21 2:12 2:51 2:24 3:31
22 2:46 3:26 3:02 4:25
23 3:19 4:07 3:46 5:30
24 3:55 4:55 4:3S 6:30
25 4:35 5:54 5:39 7:32
26 5:23 6:55 6:43 S:31
27 6:19 8:04 7-50 9:27
2$ 7:14 9:10 8:54 10:20
29 8:21 10:14 9:53 11:10
30 9:27 10:49 11:55
31 10:31 11:41
C. J. ROUSER EXPECTED
TO ARRIVE HERE SOON
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Rouser, of Lan
sing, Mich., are expected to arrive
from the North about the 15th of the
month to live for the remainder of
the season in their beautiful new resi
dence on Halifax avenue. The resi
dence is just completed and has been
pointed out by, many as the most beau
tiful residence of its size on. the
peninsula. The new home was almost
entirely furnished by the J. L. Weth
erby Furniture company of Daytona
Beach. Mr. Wetherby also did most
of the interior decorating for Con
tractor L. Z. Burdick.
No Smoke Without Fire.
There can no great smoke arise, but
there must be some fire. John Lyly.
Generally an Easy Matter.
Even if we have had no love for the
distant deceased relative we can often
put up a strenuous fight to get a bit
of his property.
Dreaded Diseases Checked.
Several of the most common dis
eases, including typhoid and arthritis,
have been practically banished from
the United States navy by th use
of distilled water for cooking, as well
Mrs. Bllton "That Mrs. Jinks is al
ways very well dressed, while her hus
band always looks shabby." Bilton
"Well, she dresses according to fash
ion, and he according to his means.
Heels First Worn by Persians.
Heels were first worn on saoes in
Persia, because the sands were always
so hot as to burn the feet, and the
heels raising the shoes from the
ground were some protection. A long
time after their introduction, heels
became a distinctive part of the shoe
'HE mo n f.i
FOR THE WHITE TRUCK."
AH Wrk Guaranteed.
Juat Phone 169-Red.
THREE IN ONE
A T. 4 Ti 1 t j
Includes All Three
A large assortment of dishes, Plain White
Cups, Saucers, Plates, Oatmeal and Fruit Dish
es, Platters, Washbowls and Pitchers.
AT PLEASINGLY LOW PRICES
J. L. WETHERBY FURNITURE CO.
Seabreeze avenue Daytona Beach.
The attractive new house which is
being erected by J. Dunlap on Ocean
avenue near the Seaside Inn, is well
toward completion. The residence is
a handsome brick veneered, building
which contains seven good-sized
One of the maddest men we ever
taw was a chap who yelled loudly for
i square deal and got it. Philadelphia
Not Clear to Paw.
Little Lemuel "Say, paw, can any
one see through glass?" Paw "Cer
tainly, son." Little Lemuel "Then
why can't Uncle Joe see through his
"I met some very pretty girls in
Delaware when I went there this sum
mer. "Well, you know, Delaware al
ways was famous for its peaches."
Plenty of Progress.
"When we get telephones that can be
seen through evory woman will have
to look into the mirror before she an
swers a call. Todelo Blade.
Beats the Seismograph.
Earthquakes cause electric waves,
and an Italian Scientist has invented
apparatus which has registered them
several minuates before seismograph!
have shown earth movements.
One of Many.
Magazine Editoi" "Your story is
fairly good, but we can't use it be
cause as an author you are unknown;
you have no name, as it were." Au
thor "The name to the story is a
nom de plume. My real name is quite
well known in fact, it is a household
word wherever the EngHsh language
is 6poken." Magazine Editor "In
deed! And what is it, may I ask?"
Author "John Smith."
HARRY A. HORN
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT
Special attention riven Ral Estate Law.
Perfecting- Land Titles and
DAYTONA BEACH .... FLORIDA
DR. J. P. ESCH .
Physician and surgeon. SIS Penlxnutai
dive, Daytona Beach.
One block north of cement iri&gi.
The "SILENT SMITH" 1
Model S shows what should now be expected of a
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ir & cvc,e Sundries.
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Fit to Fish
DAYTONA BEACH, FLA.
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dictated its construction. The user has decided in favor
of certain improvements now incorporated in Model 8.
Among them are:
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Decimal TabuLtor A help in billing and tabulating.
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right hand return.
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hall bearing carnage, typebars and capital shift, back spacer,
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