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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 25, 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: VID00325
Source Institution: University of Florida
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today rted in the cae of Mr BPr
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jwy irwing out of u td actia of Mr.
FIamk Gould for divram haa i lr
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upon w :ll t:.C (';.C was tried. Later
tbe jutige ov rrt::l.l the motIoO.
Ha, ry M,..-.-l.y, tbedetetive who we-
cared tlie evikdeni 4- ait Go0ld, Waa
alkIt, t Hie ,c, id aad questloked re-,
ardit Mi- K Benie Deroe, to whom
Mr 'T, ad rented her aPartamets at $250
4 mOn'h.
There wa plainly ia attempt made 1
to eameet the name of Miss Devoe and
Mim Gould, but the Judge refued to
permit it. Col Hare hastily reiroved
Momeley and stated that he would rest
oa the State's evidence.
A reem was taken when the summing
up began this att.rnooa. The case will
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u w ------ Last night atthe "Merry-Go-Round' Editor Daily News:
V a big lubberly negro boy kept jumping I have now been several weeks it
1|1 | eeratl Voff and on the "ponies" as the crowds Daytona working in the interest of thil
OU NG went round. The man in charge is re- International Automobile I.tagu+e and
.i ported to have requested him a time or have been successful in inktcrcs.ting iirV0
]5 lmHto A V two to stop it and as the boy persisted individual automobile owners j.i
F. In- the the man lashed him with a whip. The 'his League. I shall lc.ci, :vnut te
1 aeret-ifi- IS HE boy then ran to one side and gatht-red litter part of this w\ek Ifir M:i;t:i t, -- r!llll -W-wa Bar j up a piece of wood to throw at thie man similar work the as tierI ].:as i i,:.
^ >, but by-standers made an effort to takm nmany members \atit'.ri: ll; ait i ,,;'. '
With each count in the Bush & Saf- the boy in charge and he took to hi, I have bren infortrn ^ _n- ford Piano Contest the vote grows lale, heels, several fellow in pursuit and lie lPeeves, wlho was on thl Ciit. )llritl' of
6 srt. taniw ger, showing that the interest grows was chased up street some distance. the Aut(Imibilte Sh)w )t.ld ;it t',,. (:,i I
q 6, uiw ot,ar na greater each day as the finish comes in It has been the observation of the Central PIala(.'e, N.w \'oik i',. ;,-
Sight Only a little oveira month more I writer that where the "'clurcd" vounI been knocking thl, 1. A. I1,,: li :ii,:
and two handsome instruments will be man is given an inch he yg"Ilnrally ap- that tihe League beat hi,u iUt ,,f i,:-i i\
given away and many valuable due bil s proprittcs a mile andl it is well not to dollars. There is Wpsitivl > t; '.:
will be scattered over Daytona and vi- I obliterate the co or lines entirely. If any of his stkatc;;itts :, I i- i l.j. t
cinitv. i the observant wio lia- n, iticed evidently i.- to kte 1 t, !) u .
6 In l)taytia the High School is mak- :that the 'colored'' bty is more of ;autotniobi, a:rl :ii. atn:di,. I .:1
I 1-5l asec, Ber Lng a remarkable run, getting in the last! in evidence t(oIighlt at tti merry-go- ai.lliniititl ii. MIh l,.'v, :-' It \, t-ut
I count a vote of over 70,000. Some peo- round than he %as the lir.4t nigit %ill thlie A:itoi..t,,,iii Si.,v':!. i t ;t i; a,
ed tIhat some of pie wonder where the votes come from 'continue to make a not lie :\ill ol:.~r\'c ('eiti;il I'tlP;i(, ;ii N4,; i 'w : *i i'i v
.-ll b rermed at lThey come from everywhere. Every that by Saturday nightte colrt Ie- I x tow'.t nitr', :i ,,: ii ',i -.
lId ml ter it.a- ballot box is partly filled with votes for meat is even tnire in the a;-.ctnd., t. ntolci !' w.. ti I i ni .'; i \
-t emolpeote for the High School. and they don't come in The negro young (people wouldd c.i1n1- iioIli). I.'.t'ii ii'..-i' ',.1 I
1 W oaderful big numbers either. Most of them come mand more re.-pecIt \~ t.e they -atisliud I t,70t)t ;.iItinl.r~ ., ,,,,11 It, 'i. i ,i\ I. t:.
Sin fives and tens. i to enjoy such fr.tiviti.s \s ithitut at- r;ic',.. N I A o1 1:
The Elks bad even a larger vote than j tempting to, po-: -, ,i11oi'iit. ti--t'i\ ii! thl.
1 : j the High School, and made a gain cnn ei lieiht.Surprise larty for Ja. akr.
F 4.. ,I) C Sorrprise ['aurtv for Ha. Ul. ak.h-r.


!. 25-A bill
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the Ear-tern Star of nearly 6,000.
Outside of Daytona the Kingstonl I i1. Shtl n.einal r It;lavcs t(,d v f r
School made a nice gain on the Wilmans his Lome at lnnira, N V. 1Is
Opera House but the rest of the votes Shoemaker will remain with h'er
were very light. At present the interest parents Mr. and Mrs. Van Oir.s-lall
ia the contest seems to center in Day- ion Cedar street until tht'y al"stO j -
tona. ney northwardl. .-'r. Shi tinaktcr i,
When getting votes a" the different a member of the lit-l (f I'.. \ail ()I,-
stores be careful to sete that they are dull & Co. wholesale and( retail lr,,-
carefully punched. ,'ers of Elinira. anid hi,,-inu" in I -


.John l'S,1'z7. has resigned his 1-0
sition with Tl'h[e (hloe, andl is look-
ing for another pace Mr. Pollitz
had been with The Globe since
1901.


It Stood Wednesaay Evening


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W en('Cn sday Mr- l).1'>t'i,[..rt. 1,r a. j
and daughter andi M:- Ivi\.! .'v ; ir ,, li
day at IPort (O)rngi'.
Mrs. Klinc' and \r-\; r MI.~-> 1 i ;'. tlI,;!.
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PFninsula State Produces 17,000,-
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[By United Press. [By United PrA1)
WASHINGTON, Feb. 25.-Florida is LONDON, Feb. 25 -ofatM" o
the banner State in the production of title and highe t social tf -- U
turpentine and rosin according to the day sentes ed to terms of o-mo tha
report issued by the Forest Service to- n ni t n jal for 'as-say of- I I
day The entire country produced 36,- night when an army ol n vlew blind
to force an interview with Pemis A-
.500,000 gallons of "turp' and 4,000,000ut
barrels of rowin in 1908 )Of this amount A1ith.
Florida furnished more than 17.000.000 Among thon snteneed weow Lady
gallons of turpentine ad nearly 2,000.- Constantine, Litton t, e dMk- ot-
000 barrels of rosin. era of Lord Littom, foernr vlhmu. of
Georgia was second in the production India; Mra Pethick L t-msd
of naval stores with a record of lmor i Solomon, the s, andWrol awtpreul
than 10,000,000 gallons turpentine an.iIof k.uth irty a ouffrag ts a*ar l
1,000,000 barrel of rosir, "[h. ,,r, ir,. rank- Thirty suffrate e
1,000,000 barrels of rosin *rheefirted in court and refused to give boad fee
output of turpentine last youar is % alu. td id court ad felrrd to i f
at $14,000,000, and the ro.in anmounte; good behavior, peferring prisono
to $16,000,000 tcoces instead.



LEFT WITH CARMACK'S


REGRET. WEAPONS.

George T. Ilooley, of the North West- By RASHVILLE, d re.)-
ern Life Insurance Co., of Milwaukee,
who ha hen t.h.. e t of Mr and Mrs. I fight when pressed too eloldy by the


native lawnev today introduced a ---
*peci:ud rule iii the House to consider the G. B. Seaman for the past week, left
ad(option of an atndment to th<.ivil Wednesday for Duanedin, where he
1Iil!I. tit; off till nppiopriaiions fo.r owns a fine orange grove of 240 or more
:nylv 'olii.ission.s, (councils or hoards acres. He will spend two or'three weeks
crcat,-d by the President. The rule at Dunnedin, then -isit Cuba, possibly
also provide that 1no clerks shall be stopping at Daytona again on his way
detailed r.n government departments'North. Mr. Hooley, who is an old
fretaniled IrfMr goavcront departments
for duty with such boards. The rule friend of ,r. Seaman's, cale here with
wtas ad(,pted by a vote of It0 to 60 and the intention of remaining only two or
an I nigw g. tU th. House as a ctmniit- three days, but wais so p)lcased( with the
t' i. t \\ 1. place that he expr.s*.cd regret that his


Plenty of .-Amnusement Now.
I);i) to,;ia .till ti.ns to IN. getting its
frill sihr.' ,f rritL.-cinmJts, andtl from the
w:y ert (.:i ,:'i to be getting a good
a on 'U, t ,;: i.,-:,'.-',,, the conclulsiotI Ill j:-t
be tr~' iti r:.:it the I(.t)pl. ar.' show hun-
gry. '1 hie l\.n, ,v u,'kt.r circus la.-t
l ,l!4 ii' ly.ir "iwdsh in thle face of
, ,Ii i. ,rl i :l j i.A i t!t, Allen M instrel
>- I it i.'<, .Swartz. is a dramatic
i .,3 tl i: ol! :it the ('rv.l'tl. w while at
it:'+;. : i',)ti n':-' Inil, M ,ri ioh.an alml
: it i -r -Ili ns a act is

4, ,, k, "ho,'\in)g on) Bea(h
', ,, *.1,'i ri Magnolia and O)rangt
-. -. !',i<- I, i neitlt o .i,., 1. .,ni ~ii, z)nit a large street car-
; 'ivi't.. ",>\ i, o s.'. ti y v i i i a.re good
'I 1 <'1u a', i w i '; l ti t niutnit'V.
N,.xt k D, l':t!k l)ramati'' C,,''i -
&:, ;V i:t ,''r tl' ,'ere, will sho'. under'
,;, ;- ,:: ', \',i;sia avenue lot.


QRINMOND

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I. 4.i P4 I'ztcr,,in. N. J., art-
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Mir. Hwndcr is 'jre of thec
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NJ:,I \\X Itt lil j( 1 itr .tnulNMissLizzitu


pian, prcve nn tU himnir1 )tll .})'end(ljnjg i s
entim vacation here. Mr. it(mlev t -i;>
the distiDnuisled honor if bt-ing :
.hirty-third dt greet N.i (,In.

<.-'cela l'rihe No 'I. I p, < 1
M., held a spu *ial tev'?ftiiig \\'g it,-
day night at wbliih I n Frl (I'al i !
received the adtlltiun I' tltgi,'. ;iri l
several 'mriiiiittees ri',,,t,.l h..,,--
ably (ci the al[;uli('ttiims '4f tei r ,
dozen pale faces, \%K v.-,cr r t, ,i
to take their degrees a: th,' e\
regular meeting. thle ir.- \
day in March.
:.IN I Hs f tine. 1l o
('oflee. received Iv inistatke. f,,r -ai1
at (',,st. I 5 i' p' r i," i 1t nl iiv a lil ij tlan-
titv. S. W. Carroll 7,1 It


prosecution Col. Duncan Cooper -dere
went a siege on the witnam t-m t-d-'
at the hands of the Drosecutore.
The defense announced that It will
prove that Senator Carmack went armed
for 24 hours before he was killed.
It developed that the pistol that Car-
mack carried was given him by Major
W. C. Voitress, a prominent local attor-
niev Sunday night before the killing.
Ml:tjor Voitress will be called to ex-
plain v %hy hye gave Carmack the revolver.
Cooper denied he had given action to
the statement published in the Nash-
vilIl A erican of November 10, the day
of th.n killing, purporting to give his side


Query.

l'lh' ,ii,']c.tionn \as asked by a tour-
.t \Vwhy tlie free postal delivery was
r',it eestabliihedi at Daytona. The
;iii-ser given was because the nurn-
!,rinl. uof the streets was needed.
If thi oine of the most important
rt"n'son.s let us hasten the matter and
*' xptritc.t,'. the 'romforts of f'ee pooe
tal -,ervice. D.


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VITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with 4
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HOTEL DESPLAND
DaytoaT Fwrand

Now Open for Season i&o8-9.
L. M. WAITE, Owner and Managr.


Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and rvice Excellent.
Broad Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Stema Heat.
Every Modern Convenience. Send for Booklet.


Summer Address: ATLANTIC HOUS'E, Narraganaett Pier, Rho&e Ilaad.


I


Thei ift Aa Am AddiThe OW0
The Moden IHere in where worikS' records for speed a
SThe Modern o
j .. are broken with every recurring season. ', .h'., -.
I Autos the biggest, the fastest and the* UrWHM | I Y
vSeven W wonders finest a on day rae and the big,
%-^~ J show is as free as the pure artesian | '-
Day9m'6 Immmlm new*. water from the thousand flowing wells.
One of Daytooa p crowning glories is It is a continuous show with constantly Bennett.
her incomparable beach. No one who shifting scene. You will probably catch. .
ever set foot upon its smooth, pact the spirit and when you do the roads Recent arrivals at The Bennett are:
sands; no one who ever pedaled a bi- and the beach are yours. The Florida Henry Lynde, Melrose, Mam.; C. W.
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever sunshine is free, the balmy ocean Johnston. Fort Fairfield, Maine; John
drove a prancing pair of horses and list- breezes are free, the birds and squirrel, Lang and wife, Atlantic City, N. J.; Mr.
er.ed to the popping of their steel shoes and flower are free, the sparkling and Mrs. McSpadden, Mrs. S. A. Mc.
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one fountain water is free and you will have Spadden, Rockwood, Pa.; Mrs. and Miss
who ever steered a high-power autormo- to go down in your wallet only for coin Frick, Philadelphia; Liona Harrison
bile down the broad stretch of wave- for the auto and bed and board. Clarksville, La.; Mrs. Mary Powal,
washed and surf-packed sand but real- This is no fanciful picture; it's all Chicago, Il.
ized that it is a world-berter, a world- here. It is drawing other thousands
wonder. Go stand upon this wide and h 1lding them enthralled, it will The Ridgewood. -
speedway arid see the happy souls flit charm and hold you. Come and see. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mary, Miss Effit.
. ., ,.. Mr. and ,Mrs. C. W Mary, sMiss t fmi-
by in joyous mood, and answer whether K .. Bro
:. .oo omo ,om**omomo*** ono** omomo Kann, Mrs. It. S. ramran, B~rook
this is not one of the seven modern .. H" n ..o
lyn, N. Y.; M. A. Cahn, Cincinnati; Mr.
wonders. .
wondrs.- u--J | m and Mrs F. M. Birks, Peoria, III; Mr.
The Plci. Pellucidaliax River. T T I V and Mrs. John F. Wily, Durham, N. C.;
Where think you is water with more 0 M M' : Mrs. W. M. Robinson, Miss Mobley At-
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a lanta; John MeAvov, Mrs. George B.
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta- a KNDId -OP." ryden, Mrs. S.S. Mills, aginaw, Mich.;
tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve- C. Jones. Florida; Daniel Lees, Phil-
randa's looking out upon her bosom, We are not Portrait Artists nor adelnphia ; Mr. and Mrs. Eppnstein, Jak-
gamey food fishes in countle.-s numbers 4 are we Art Dealers but 10 years 0sooville; Mrs. Warren Pease, Chicago;
beckoning, as it wure, to those with rod 0 of close attention to the KODAK- J. N. L Towse New York; H E Fevl
and reel; her bosom flecked with d(luck ERS needs has won for us the R.C Re ynolds Troy, N. Y.; H Aldrick,
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds, enviable reputation of being Cedar l.apids, la., were among the new
which sit about as if for the sport of I- -CnO arrivals at The Ridgewo,.od on Wednes-
bobbing upon her waves; watch that IIRK3 LAS liPIlSHE.LKt _i dIv
lubberly old white headed p, lican po'- h Aoyo d.r. i g" w"
.. .... .. .. III Anyone dt-t:..ring good work andl
a fat mullet, and that fi.h hawk ti .g- g .0st tention paid to thei r- ;r
gling upward with his floundering load s teniopn aid t tr ,-g i The Prince ueorge.
.i.up d0 ders for Developing and Ptriniting, 01
he snatched from the water. willetitat lESESNE'S KDA i :ong the new guests to arrive at
See the beautiful launches, spick and PlACE, the only .shop in t wnU tI, l'rim~e George on Wednesday were
span, their hampers and lockers bulging that makes the Kodak Work i th t folling: Mr. and Mrs. F. B
with refreshments both solid an liquid Specialty. 1'',wnstnd. Chicago; Mrs. ('ran-ton
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful All work finiLshedl in 2t i,urs. 12 i B. ituiarid husband. Mrs. Jonathan
surface Takeout your field glass and 1 hours if necessary. 0 Curtis, Hlartford, Conn ; ;. D. Bron-
sweep the river from Ornoud bridge to laun,, Savannah; Mrs. Emmina V. Dur-
Ponce Park light house, then say m H0J I 1 r lrt Mi, s )uree, Sufls r, N. Y; Mr.
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of a11 LL||I r |id Mr.i IJ. M. Flabber, Elgin Ill ; Mis
beauty and a joy forever, and one of labber, Wtyne, Ill ; Mrs. Durham, St.
the modern wonders. Eastman Kodak Dealer, Aiigustiiie; Mr. and Mrs. E 1). Waldron,
Eastman Kodak D~ealer, *
The Enchanmtingly Picturesque Ridgewood. 0 ht, t IlIgin, Ill.; Dr. and Mrs. F. St. Jencks,
\W oon so cket,iR Iet M rs.tlonzotJ .
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of oonocket, I.; Mrs. Alonzo J.
a bio.d ridge, straight as the crow flies, DAYIONA. FLORIDA.0 Thonmpson, Titusville, l'a; Mrs. L. S.
anid the wide-spreading branches of the *m OE'eOUM**OUOUOEOUSEE Fouler, Paducah, Ky.; C. L. Flynn,
heavy-trunked liv'-oaks extend their Jacksonville ; R. I. Medlin, G.ainesville;
giant arins across this magnificent vista. ) ). C. Evans, Clio, S. C; Mrs Flora
forming an arch, and from these extend- Iot-i, I), I Moruistown,"Pa..''. S. porter.
ed arms great festotons of Spanish mioss a rand : U id s Mich.
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas ;. .
fan them., lokinig.straight ulc.id down T -- he Despland.
thiwlii,,t sht ^lil .t. .'1t on," has tlin ,I- Jn -V "l .,.
pressioni of a fairy patio th etiltihih dra- -I mt :i' I i'ritls of Wedn,:dav at
perie. but as you mnove along and cast [I I. 1 :pl;iid wer.the flowing: T. J.
-an ey t to right and thti to th. -'t, Mrs. l'. ". J ies, Southti Orange,
left you see di-tinizuished cottage lroinc.- \ J ; Mrs. ('>,r, W vNr, EugnLe Hlayne.-,
in the inost delightful seitings. t cre was a regular im( N.t i I. n Nli.s 1.. 1'. 'hlock Miss Mar-
til _. i v 0e O)ak (h rltNer I( ) 1 >. IF. ., i Morg. rin, Mir A.da Finley, Atlan t;,
surpassing Bcauty ot Our Cottage. oms. Fitivs-d i lV ii tt,;t \N liil' diaital( di t \I! ,l. Mrz. (;,.,>rg. A. Whitrnev. Du-


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,Modern and First class Rooms. en suite with Private Baths.
Entire W:hite Service. Northern Cooking.
l"". r..- it. i- .. A H. & E. IANE, Proprietors.
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\hodcrn Impru)mcnicst>. \\ hiitc Help. %,orthcrn Chef.
Terms $2.K) and upward. \Weekly Rates on application.
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THE RIDOEWOOD
E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor,

STHlE house is charmlingly situatcdl on Ridgewood Avenue, the high
S est and most healthful point in the town of Daytona. It is
very tastefully v and conforttly furnished and is modern in ]
S vt'rv respect. The vegetables, are frun the Ridgewood garden,
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