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Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: February 23, 1909
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00323
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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IL '3Otkm vEtertained
(ni orge
pi mmeing. Tb
tU d e-adkm land
Sm-- o ed cherries.
L4 aated with small
I*-l plaed at each
M amue of red
I Lm thAs idea was
l-o r 0enIvable way
Sa vwry Interesting


afd VMir Wilder en-
jc oflldlm at Wash-
I My Mooday after-
i-mw oa South Beach

ouR *eepied by card
SgtboegBMe and the
bef hm. The first
M&. A. HAillard, the
L tark d thhe thirl
iIE. Wite.
Io- was ornamented
" m the cake was like-
VI his fruit. so em-
liu~'Sa em'sarly youth.
i mw also served and
ipmea etedMwith a small
-ummir of the occasion.
m ilAly ad tastefully


|I entertatIed in an in-
If tle Boeard House in
i ILthdady of Washington
r aOse-M t have people
lrms ofthe United States
Ste evening of this mem-

I wore a goSnT of white.
lUadrn. Her guetsi were


were rendered oxi


'-lUey, of New -N ork sang
i iecor'e, Mr. 'Trefferr,
WOlllilb ts. Mrs. llov-
J 4h paluor, accoip.a-
Iai recited the minuet
.I shi- tinet in a iiost
ma Culbertson prr-

treof the program
Sof numtmbers, anti
l lred two trays con-
|l iMhtets. As a nurn-
S-c bolder would select
r Ihatcet, to which was


Started (
Retiring



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[0 ISIINESS.

ff By K Council's Street-nam-
ing OEdinance.

INITTS ARE NAME.
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l )a I.1.n''s new City Council got down
to hu-il,'.-. I,4%,I 1 i !rt in their first regu-
lar ,i1 1titr. I'C.tll-.i'nl:.an Conrad being
the olrlv il ...n 1`1t r4 ,llmer.
The ('I--k H- mi-r. ted to delay post-
ing nam.-- ,,f e'ti:.r1 n -irtr.e ts," etc., until
further instruction .
Thb. Ih,ard of Public Works presented
the f. 1loiing: letommended tha 'W.
B. Cl.i,.enzden be appointed ta ftlfthe
vacancy, (cau-sei by the expirat4ff the
term of office of E. W. G reenfon the
Hoard .nilcedat ion was ln tiniiously adopted.
Notice wav given that at the next!
r.gular meeting t:f the City Council, or I
at a stp-ial niteeti ig called for that pur-
ose there will bet introduced an ordi-'
nance entitled:
An ordinance t) grot to the East CELERY FARMS
lorida Telephone Company, a corpora-
tion organmid io the State of Michigan,
and doing busine% i tbe State of Flor-
ida. A signs presentaes, the LOO IN
right to erect construct, maniFan andLL
operate a telephone sys5t5 n, across,
and along certain streets venues of I I t I
the City of )aytcna ant provide for O. L Spring, who has between one'
the calling of an e section (H franchise to and two acres of as fine looking celery'
submit the ordint.nce to the voters of as is too be found in this vicinity, bega i'
Daytona for their approval., sipping his crop last week. lie hias
The Bond of I1. T. Titus as collector i lmething over an acre' nw in boards:
was accepted and placed on file. I r about ready for blanching and anotlit r :
Mayor Greene recommended to the 'lot considerably younger coniing 01i
council the appointment of John Mye very nicely.
fo,r Marshal of the city of Daytona; S. Mr. Spring h:as the old Zuber place,
1'. Singleton for lP liceman at Waycross well West on Second avenue, and in ad-
and (G II. Talour or Policeman at Mid- edition to his celery is growing caulillow-
way, 'ahtla i's to ri'maili same as hereto- er, lettuce, beans, tomatoe- anid v\ariou.-'


li. ail-, recoti ended the following
-,ecial police itlhout eonmilwnsation :
-A P '.Ion- for I' E. C'. It .
S \. N Ittilev for Mid lie lBridge.
\\. 1K. Jones for South Bridge.
In regard to pc-tilion of cit ilens to ttle'
iailrold ('owiiwiil.-hiou count il i appoint-
it Pl're'ideilt <;i,\l to lo.ulfetr with the
('CIllliltiS l llt.
AIhderinii Sc tliindt gave notice that at


other vegetables.


Itis land is a line,


-HERsE (O"1MEe Th9 OSS!"


AUTOmOI E CARNIVAl


PROMISES GREATEST EVER.


ELKS WILL


ENTERTAIN


THE LADIES.


-Triggs in New York Prass.


GOVERNMENT


PRODS THE


BIG OCTOPUS.

Oil Trust Trying To Side-Step
The Judge Landis Fine of
$29,000,()0. .

I$O VENIRE MEN ARE SUMMONED


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sandy loami partly undirl.:tid litih marl.. .
and the balance with hiardln.l CI C'.At; >, Feb. ;23 -I'c .-,..ml ic-at
Between Mr. Spring's place and Mid- struggle between the Staildard Oil C('>n-
way, on Second avenuell, therverx a i.Um1- Pany ald thcl ( overnltie-ltt tbega; iti tlith
bler of truck fanii.,. all loikinlg iicely at I'tlitt-d States l)i.trict Cout today \\itll
the present tini. Neauilv all sulTered th examliinatlin of 150% ttli:eltiii f,,r
Sotln damage fi rtli ttli. severe coltl sp.ll the slectmli'n f a jury I I t1 lly t h,
hi,,-ee w i..l- p .o, i.,,t t,,,r, t.ntil.vr lv.er- famiOU s $2 ,00t)O0,0(HoI :l.-.. I C .l.tcll


itir e t' e s [, -- i pu t t i tt' it .' LlU.*4 "tl
tables were destroye-d, or badly hurt,
thcy have- been replanted or replaced by


lt. lie l-x regular nitetiHg he would lri,- .hrswhich ar now showing upn ic ly.
si-ntt ati, ldl ie htTc ci I hagtt the t lie ifilli's F. o I F. iirs ,ir baly has the lar-
t c.it ~i-n >trret- i i the tity of [aytolinu gest acreage iii celery of all of the


i bVry original; she itf
en thought to the in- ltl~ i- i1.iitda.eIcu
Pim; be Isuntiring it: n 1 rad. I, Ahi"I",
evoerythingplasan t, J. 1,11'wb
I" Wh 5 so mi kyi(knlock t- Iil Impluu.u litlit
$ mmr cannot gain ad- 1 .ileithi.F' J1N1-, 11 Si41la1uudt.

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ruM ULISH & SAFIFOD I) ANO N() CON% SII


Srowe-rb aiid il iis llace from the stree-t
appears as a utautiful sea of green.
while e t le quotations on celeiv atD-
even ntw \ t':tlif,rnia cruo,'p hast been mlarketed with
H ,ig shirtt s-till (in orders, and if tlii.;
be the' cast' prices thcould atcrially a l-
\a ic'. a? there is -a t tronii g dtntiia t, and'
1 loritia celery growers r'ca ii a rich lt r-
\c-t this season. i to' c iii|l i-a:tc ltlt ii I,,-
thie poor resutlt-, f lA.-t tcil


Judge A B. Anidel-(oti, lt.iihti ill ti.
District Court. Attorney Sni!:', ,-.i't ,i
by Special I'rost-cutir J.i:',i- \\ iik, I-, 1i
anid As.i.,tanit D)i-.trict .\tt,, y 11 ii
l'arkin, repre-entit thelic (it,\tci ;:i!;t \
tInrlitc\'s J tohn S. M ill. l. : I 1 -. :.
that and A. i). Eddily tt,, il .'
t .e ilizt-rv.-t %-f thn' ,,i! l tl i


F.E.C.A.A. AT


CLUB HOUSE.


A STORM IdaI qt'ea-tAlItiiiI,;!r

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WARNING, III-H~ at t"It. Club 'loll-vt, 4 It N11wild.~tV -I'r

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MUCH TALK


OF BIG HOTEL


The clCit'f sulIjcet of conversation 'oi-
tiines to hinge on the great hotel loss.
,lid tlie. urei;t niced of one to supply
the w.-int. It is olilyv a nimolth now till
Llite gieat'-t aliut(tmitibil' races in the his-
toirvy cf the world will lbe witnessed on
tti', I)i ytcnri tabeach, and it is going to
ta\ th,' lDa.vtloina district to its utiimost
It t'd anll fec cl the .-war irlg thousands
hlit, \\ill w.;lit t) he. pre.- cit at thesit


Slht,.-' ,if v',,i w\iith -harp, observant
t \ %- \li, ri .idt papers systeinatically
\:;t i,-itue im, ":,l"' in today's iliprt.s-
~-i,> \\ li 'tli \ ill irtere't you. It is Oit.
t>1 tli 'tii u. ed ,f a igt"-at hotel fur the over-
:c\\, \\ l';rti ill i' tie as surely as great
i:t('(' -aiti\ tl iare t ) noti ted.
.\ri iAt h re-ting citizens' Ieticltg \\a-.
,Id lI.-t i!i;lt Att \Wilmnatis opera htiu-t'.
,f \\l i li ii'. l Hiur ngiica was h-liairmiian
.\ .)!Iiitittc' t\\a- appointed to take tip
t!i,' i,:ictt v f ti new hotei l with I)r. P'ut-
t 'i I ht' it, I -,'.tio, l is r'.cci\ving colt.idel-
l,'r ii t!-'ltiitn il that side though noith-
a t ; i- i l tr'L+.(r ti I ha s Vet t1 ',',ii


Nc\\ lridgec Said To Be Failure.
U',ti' i \ (t',itii.iiis'.i nii r i1ra.ishtaw statr'-
it tO, ,' t\% hb ilge jil-t tcomiiipleted o\ t.r
-'.: '' < .i-i-k a .i ltir.r- lie draw does
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WILL HE DINE


WITH BOOKER?
.t It It


Elks Ladies And Their Friends
To Be Given a Tea, 2 to 5 P. M.
Tuesday Next.

LOCAL HERD GROWING STRONG.

There is p'e nty of spirit and enthu.-i
vsm with the newly organized Elk lodge
:and everybody interested is4 feeling vetry
comfortable over the present anti thi
prospective situation
At every meeting there ir', c I:ttinlztid -
to be initiated and scarcely (!, tlic Irarid
ing irons of one tnet-tintg b,-couine c(ool.e(;
till the Elk fires are again kindled and
preparation s are made to round up an
Srther bunch and put them through the
i mysteries.
Thenew lodge is already strong, gen-
erous and chivalrous to a fault. Noth-
ing is too good for their friends and their
wives and their wives' friends. With
such gallantry and chivalrous feeling
general among the Elks the plropositior
i to tender their wives and daughters and
Their friends a tea on Tuesday next,
March 2, mirt a heart res.ptoie.
Neat invitations are in process s o!
printing and will tbe sent out in a day om
two.
At their next meeting, which i.- lri-
day night, four new c~inrdidate.s %ill b,
shown a few things in Elkland, xth r *i-4
the candidates hcing from )cl.nd, 0,11
fri,in Ormond.



WANT THE


POSTOFFICE?

T he United States I' ,,t ,i:l-c lI,'l,.lrt-
Selin t i.-< out with n an idverti .--e rieit S'ceC
:iitice .l'ev henr- inl tli,,-,' (c 'ltii -,,!ic-
itling bids frri pir[>lit'tv t ,;; f! T r
building n-%\ erectc'd. :'r :, t 1 i
etr cted, cue trullv I ,'ctt .l. t, i, i .- i .i r
a Wpo'trtliCe fr .I 4 tif I 1 'I r t' I:
V at s t fron Ju v 1. 1',i VI tl- rI ltjirt-
incits and ciiii uit f t. i ( ii
J t.til, bo if Vkl ,"4i 1t : ". \ ,' -
Illt, o e(l N 1) do i s t1I 4, lit i? ,.,.' *| ,
ollove thalln to [>i, ;t% I.l, t.I t ',, v, "'
\,ur It ti le .S i tion Ih L' -, ,1:1 't a
t .


Entries Coming In a

"Gratifying Manner.

Qeod List of Amercan amd F.M
eifn Cars Assured, Incldllnf
8-Cylinder Daracq.

As the time draws never for the Soe
enth Annual Automobile Race meet on
the fastest track in all the world-the
Daytona ocean beach-every day brings
news of freshly awakened interest both
in the United State sand abroad. The
Daily News hra it upon t very eat
authority that tb pum outlook for
a race meet of exeptli al tesIrt, and
one unsurpassed, ya, pproached in
all the history of auto raeing in all
the world seems assured
Entries are coming in rapidly now,
:and there is every likelihood that the
schedule of events as published last
,t,.ek in the Daily News will be earned
out to) a dot.
Among the American cas already
listed for participation are the Chalmers-
Detroit, The National, Maxwell. Cad-
illac, Pennsylvania Knox, Palmer-
Singer, Chadwick and Buick.
The foreign cars entered are the Fiat,
Renault, Benz. Darracq and Lancia.
Conspicuous among the foreign cars
:hat will do some tine-annihilatiag
tunts will be an S-cylioder Darracq. It
.vouldI h- worth coming a thousand
ruiles to ae the new foreign cars per-
Arin. The speediest things on wheeled
11 aill the world will be in competition
\ith Ainrica machines for the valuable
'ups and biz stakes hung up as iac4at-
ves to the best effort
Mrs. Joan Newton Cueno. who holds
,-orld. woman's record on circular
track, of on,,e mile in 1:00 1-5, which was

:uaide azt New Orleans last Sunday,
ill be a tAar drawing card in her
lt';sh on Daytona beach against time.
Mr- ('Cueno is one of the few wonen who
il i\ e raciing cars.
Burtnan. who will drive a Buick, won
',lndHv, in the New Orleans rac-es the
cirt-uilr track record for 100 miles in
1 12- :{9 2-5
It shlluld be borne in mind where the
Ilaily News speaks of Daytona's Incom-
[arablle beach and refers to it as the
tirldl's fastest speed-course, that in
-,lc,.rt;atiationr of these claims every
%,,rl'l-reci,rd for a straightaway course
I:h.,-,.n mnade o tile LDaytona b ach,
:&r.d that if any other straightaway
1, -.. 'ildi bc :t one of the .t- records
I': \tin.i li:is the track whece the trick
v,A, i,,:ti:ni e turned. She L destined
I1ll,,,it thi' envy of the world in fur-
i .--: i !: a traik nowhere else approa'-hed
,. r Ilt h. for sinoothne&s and cemptict-
S--', ,r, tial. that enable her to stind
t Morgan also announces
i t tit'ec .i.rojlanes have already b-(en
-~,. lr-t i ;,,r record trials, a:nd a dirigible
n!.itn will a6L, be on hand to give i e
:ri\I ,1 attcndanrts a few thrills.


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INM ADALE. P*raiwise. Y Dayt 9' ta pTe Ocem Bcech.
S em ~One of Dayton&a crowning glories is
her incomparable beach. No one who
********MMM eeverset foot upon its smooth, packed
sands; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
N l| j cycle over its expanse; no one who ever
SI j drove a prancing pair of horses and list-
ened to the popping of their steel shoes
Ha fMax River. upon its asphaltum-like face; no one
r.i who ever steered a high-power automo-
bile down the broad stretch of wave-
or En Suite with washed and surf-packed sand but real-
bese. of everything ized that it is a world-beater, a world-
ill permit, iven on wonder. Go stand upon this wide
speedway and see the happy souls flit
hotel. Storage by by in joyous mood, and answer whether
Sma;de with gueet this is not one of the seven modern
wonders.
The PIcl. Pellucid HaItx River.
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mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta-
tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-
randa's looking out upon her bosom,
gamey food fish,-s in countless numbers
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
which sit about as if for the sport ofi
btobbing upon her waves; watch that
lubberly old white headed p, lican pcs',l
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk str ..g-
gling upward with his floundering load
lie snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick and
span, their hampers and lockers bulging
with refreshments both solid an liquid
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful
surface Take out your field glass and
sweep the' river from Ormond bridge to
Ponce Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax i.sin't a thing of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
the modern wonders.
The Enclcntlngly Icturesque Ridgewood.
lidgc-wood avcenur is upon the trc-st of
a broad ridge, straight as thie crow flies,


and thi' widt-spreading branches of the
hieavy-trunk'-d live-oaks extend their
giant arris across tl:is agniticent vista,
forming an arch, and from thesev e.xtend-
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss
swav as the trade winds frori tropic seas
fan them. Loukirig straight ahead down
thii white shell street onue has the im-
prcsmion of a fairy path with llti.-h dra-
peries, but as you move alonirg and cast
ani ve tirt to the right and thnI to the'
lh-ft you see distinguished cottage hlio,re-
in the most delightful settings.
S-urparsIng Beauty ot Our Cottage lomes.


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The L.. M. Murray p'rperrty.,
North Beac.h store tt, ju-Pt onut.il' tlir
city limits, has been sold byv I. 1.


No o,le of I)aytona'- attractions, per- t A. N. Marshall, of No 1k,
haps commands arlt re nearly univeral V; ., who( will umake s,,nitim npnve-
atttention and praise than does thie, artis- il>elits in tle same l's sas'ii. I
tic cottage. The owners of these'charn- ill otoccy the ilt '.- tmill ]it\!
ing villas lihil from eveiv corner of thie winltcr.
country and thley bring their own archi- r sal ". t 1 ,.ar.-il t\\r i '; -
tectural plans. and build upon tlh:.enid orators ad and a I ,,it t.el!''..
a- thie architecturec of onrt' scti,,n of the searchlight for aitl iill tlii .\ i[ I'.
c',unitrv differs frc i tlie ariittcture- of to I)ai lv News. ;
a-:lother m (to o our homes Il cler inl out-
%ard app{eartIae. aind .truetural beauty M. Ella I )tV \'tv o. CIt i I \
from tone atotlihr. '1Thert' :re no ,ionoto- their st''-ot ml Inlnrt'l.v it opeill, iii t
nous row\s of :trikingly -iimilTar buildings the tseisoil next Fri,-av and .Sat'ir
but the ee., as it b-\vp' ep by, is treated dcav with a special di-p'.iy of \\!fri
to a kaleidoscopic charge which kcepsl hatb. lThte (;a/ett '-Ne.s ,It .l
the nind wtmonderingW' "hat ext'" 'art i, nt has g )ttti o it liime '.t%!\


Streets and Pa~cments the Most andl cst.
Why tle, Architrt 4f tle I li\cr.e
cho(,. to give to I);aytolna thi' iost :ad-
mirable, the illost pictulre.-pile t i:ttUal
setting of all tit, citi,.-s eof thei Suth is
not re \ctalcd but that irichi i' a fact
muu-t be apparent to thc tio>! Ult'prticial
observer. With sUch lu\ '-h! health of
natural ebauty it I, 111 a.in etisy thing
fur the hand tof ialn Il to 1\v't the little
fillisiiung ttoucdlit's \\N1,i tii\ ave lrciiught
out tlie cvli,i.- :';.d outliiic .' tf thei b,ig
pie'tUe
N.,tl didl al)l ,I:-' 1:' t:. !:I; i..4 out 4'f
the trctt- \M ti t iz \M !,ii;tii.- of
p a rk ag ,. ,' t ',. 1 i' \ ,.. ,* c. a
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neat iiivitations for the ',,r!t'.
whichh will t'e nI il.'c] to friends1 :IS M
1p. trons.
-'Fresh Mi*,lli;: tirts, all : rst,.
110 seconds. F"r s1 It at the AtLaitlic
Mout r Car t',. atil ',( ioi l ('.r in '.'.

Mr. andl MrI a's 'ii ;l Mis>,. i, li,:
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bullsilness interest' lit'''t'..i;i1 1: .i
Stuletnhord's pii '*.-*.e- there' 1 t (,
tirist ,[ March. MNIr. Slu : i
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Daytona, Florida


Now Open for Season 1908-9.
L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.


Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and Service Excellht.
Broad Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms Fsuite. Steam Heat.
Every Modern Convenience. Send for Booklet.


Summer Addrt-ss: ATL.ANTI' HerUM4, Narragansett Pier, bode Islowd.


F-mg


E-nNDA-tvE FLA. The Modem
I.tift" oW1- i ew manning Boot ad
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Here is where world's records for speed
are broken with every recurring season. O L P I I
Auto the biggest, the fastest and the NEIUwS OFT MHOlT 3
finest are on daily parade and the big
show is as free as the pure artesian ] I .I
water from the thousand flowing wells.
It is a continuous show with constantly Schmidt's Hotel.
shifting scene. You will probably catch
the spirit and when you do the roads The new guests to arrive at Schmidt's
and the beach are yours. The Florida Hotel on Monday were: I. L. Taylor,
sunshine is free, the balmy ocean Jacksonville; R. L. Mitchell. Cleveland,
breeze are free, the birds and squirrels Ga.; C. M. Mathews, Birmingham, Ala.;
and flowers are free, the sparkling Mr. and Mr-. George C. Ellsworth,
fountain water is free and you will have Greenport, L. I., N. Y ; John J. Ma-
to go down in your wallet only for coin loney, Miss Margaret Boylin, Johnstown.
for the auto and bed and board. Pa.; A Jose, Indianapolis, Ind.
Th.i is no fanciful picture; it's all The front of Schmidt's Hotel was dec-
here. It is drawing other thousands, orated yesterday with flags.
and h.,lding them enthralled, it will
charm and hold you. Come and see.
The Prince George.
o-nolo*U*l@OUl@nlEeOUOlE n I The following new guests arrived at
St the Prince George on Monday: H.
Griffin, Mrs. S. G. Beckley, Peekskill,
S t r ic t N. Y ; Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Jordan, Miss
"0 U Grace C. Jordan, G(rand Rapids, Mich.;
Kodak Shop. = O)tto Berniz and wife, Newark, N. J.;
a Kiodlak Sho p. 11 Chas. Reddig and wife, Hartford, Conn
We are not Portrait Artists, nor Mrs. M. J. Morris, Patterson, N. J.; E.
* are we Art Dealers but 10 years ,0 (' IRoberts and wife, Nellie Roberts,
Sof lose attention to the KODAK- Etta Coynwright, Moundsville, W. Va.;
ERS needs has won for us the .Joln Gernert and wife, Covington.
enviable reputation of being -

FIRST CLASS FINISERS. I The Ridgewood
Anyone desiring good work and Th w guests to rrve at he Ridge
y 40gwood vesgterda were: L. 0. Dawson,
strict attention paid to their or- wod yesterday were: 1. 0. Dawson,
ders for Developing and Prinuiing, Ti0sTcaloo.-a. Ala.; Misses Wayne. M. E.
SwillgetitatLESESNE'S KODAK 4ilad p ; W. l 'r
PI.ACE, the only shop in tetownl wif,. tthung Pa.
that makes the Kodak Wo.tk ,a A .)t'Ccinl dinnur with an elaborate
Spcialt. inrin was served the guests on Monday,
All work fi"nishei in 2 hours. 1 Waslington's birthday, at The Ridge-
* hours if necessary. \ woil.
S In the eveiting the gypsies from Camp
; t H | iIP R 1,lntnania('a31'1vto The Ridgewood and
r; e'ad niany v almns, giving evident satii-
R. ii. LESESNE at The
*kO .,0/UJlU : section. after which a ,uffet luncheon
Eastman Kodak Dealer, war..d. The gypi-'P will probably
SS g1, to Ormond tonight.
W itch Str>,t, Ii.I nr .1 A\- ..
UAYTONA, FLORIDA.
*i*ll *llll lllll l*lmemol The Despland.
,A. nong th' new arrivals at TI.e lD's-
Ir -i-nd. on Monday., w.*re the following
S1 lert P1. Shimmrin and wife, Miss I..
JBabcock, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. It S.
1J -^Nl'wh M ,i i Mr. ahi' Mrs.N ortman
; HI iV ;':;t l'lilltch'lilhia; ('harls Ilotfrinan
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E. ). ILANGWORTHY, Proprietor,

'T1K s Isit cisharmninly sitiuate ( icu Uidewood Avenue, the high
est andl niost hlealthiful ixuint itri the town of Daytona. It is
very ta.tcfiill and! cwnifrtal lv furiii.hed and is modern ini
very rer.yf t. ln t; ;.:Ie frnU thQ Ki-dewood garden,
aud native fruit.,, \l iich uIr\ in abuIndance, are a feature of
tlie table.
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