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A 0 upcelal conclave of the Knights KnightsTemplar Kllightol Knights1ernplar
Templar l mIII r convened comcn > i1 > l at t the Masonic Hall HallOrange lIullOrnllgt hailOrang
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8om folks know how to do the thehandsome UwhnndMOllw tli tlihnndsonle
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ing in in the fortfront fore trout of those tho + who do duknow doknow 10know
know are Messrs + Heath C Dickinson Dickinsonowners nil 1ickinsonowners kimHHI kimHHIOWl1ehl
owners of If that pleudid t > hndi1 launch the theCherokee tlltChtrok t11eCIroktw
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A PET DEER KILLED KILLEDJohn
John Anderson of Hotel Ormond d has haskept hmllt haskept
kept llt a Kt t deer for some time which was wnsmuch WIImuch wasamyl
much admired tllmi tt and 1 a gunenil favoiite htvolitewith favoiitewith fanH tl tlwilh
with hotel guenlH guenlHIliHiiitly JtIlttltln guellsItlrentlr
IliHiiitly n I1lh a 1 boy by 11 the name of o Knxuay Knxuaywas lII X 1111 1111ntllitalHlill
was 11 ms Mtanding by tint fence made of i 1 wire wireof tvinof winor
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of light mesch 1I1t1 nu st h 1H jMtting tting the deer tvhlm hen Kd KdUus EelHlltI EdltuswII
ltuswII Uus ll the th tun town n butcher but + dIer came ca tue along alongauduuulo nloigaud l1on l1onluulmnJu004m
auduuulo luulmnJu004m aud tuaduu > > ii + o > M urt > rt of f del detitonstration detitonstrationwhich ChIIIOIIIt a IMtrttthou IMtrttthouu 11 dOli dOliwhilh
which u 11ich eviik evidently utly was WI offensive offtu to the thedirr th thelllr thei1
i1 dirr r for he al chaiged dlllll1 ud el ricioiisly dlioll rki lily I tearing tearingthrough IlarillgLlatClII tearingthrough
through LlatClII h the fence goring Ktinsel ItIlH 1l hndly hndlyin hIHIl hIHIlill
in the leg and lifting lilt lug hint him on i u his antltrs antltrsUussell aultlersituwwII lJlUISItul4i
Uussell 1I eertuinly nIlnilll would w1 ild have tityn titynkilled be n nkilled
killed bat for the timely tilllll arrival IIT I of two twomen two1lH1l ttv i iaa
men aa u who w It ht II rushed rll lull + l to t II hi It i a sitanee i tallre and andtaking II nudtakiitg III I ItJlkillg
taking Ito t de Ihr r by t tin I hi horns enabledhim enabled enabledhim IlIlLbJdhim
him to escajx escajx1he ltllI seal sealThe p p1ht
The deer wan so CI enraged IIaglIIItut that the res trscuers rescurrs IISuf
currs uf of Kussell Hu ll weir about t to fag fa out outwhoa outwlwlI Outtvheu
whoa the owner came UIU with his hi pi pistol pistolaLlIll pistoland > tol toland
and placing it to the deers tars head shot shothim hlaolhilll shuthnl
him down Our informant proiuxmced proiuxmcedthe
the venison steak yt try 1 linetiro line lineteo
110 teo M 1 P 1 IIo Holt tt has IKVII I btrurlinlhing btrurlinlhingtoward eli elitoward dilllltill dilllltilltolIrel
toward the top round of piscatorial pi Iatol al dis distinction IIi IIitilldioll disliietiou ¬
tinction so to si HIak IN > cak tk One morning recumtly iv ivcently 1 1tllI
cently tllI I I he successfully lIur Issfull lauded I live II t hilttVO bass basstwo ilasstWII
two weighing J i o pounds each oneu11u one 01l17 01l1711I111 27 27one
one u11u JH and another ponmh to in three threehours thnlIullrH this thishours
hours time Of 2 > li lisle h riinght that thatmonting tlll1tIII1JlIillg thatnn
monting III1JlIillg nn raing the lightest li IIIl4l weighed Jt pounduud pounds poundsand
and the heaviest t5 t i pounds 011I11 Is Fishing Fishingfrom Fj Iishiii Iishiii1r lIill lIillf
from f 1r mill iii the I lal ocean t piers huff hu < IKCII I lItlI a delightful delight dlli h I IfulllH ¬
ful fulllH pastime tilll thin fall and ttintrr intei and it i iraix irlU iirare
rare inde I It d I that one o lit comes 011I1 empty emptyhaniled tanptyhanded
handed front rum n tihing tbh n toni
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Flu In the death clc ath on Saturday Saturdnlnt last 7a t of Jars MivMarxUS JarsMIris n nfl
MarxUS fl 1 L Smith Day UIItonu tona loses lo 1I one of ofher ofIllr ofher
her oldest bent l pjt known nnwu ami moit nu + t es esteemed estu 8 8tlCIII ¬
teemed tlCIII tu iI1ed d citizens citiZnsIhitth citizensDeath citiZtn4Ihnth
Death was not unexiXMtcd and when whenthe uhenthe wlwnthl
the summons came she t > lu > laid her armor armordown ullI1lrIown at nu nudotyn
down as nont one who had faithfully diy discharged dil1dlurld diychitrged ¬
charged lifes lifl duties 111 til1 and obligations obligationsThe ollli6rzL ti nt ntTlal
The lie landmarks are going oill one by h one oneand ClII ClIIntHI oarnud
and in the parsing of Mrs I ManUN L LSmith LSmith LSulith
Smith mayl mILy uutylxl a retrospective glance and anda all alln
a few incidents of the earliest days here herefin hlnM
fin they th relate ti lut late to her IH r her h r husband bu buuJ and andperhaps andperhaps
perhaps 1 other early uli settlers e 1ers may not be beamiss LetUlli bealums
amiss amissMarcus tUlli alumsJhlreus
Marcus 11I1t11 L Smith and nn wife first til t came cameto ILI tileto II i ito
to Florida 28 8 years ngo II O this fall By Byindustry n niuelustIr ItyimluHtry
industry lH 11I1 > crstYerau n + + lralU1J < and intelligent intelligctlthUNtllevs intelligentbusiness t tlau
business lau l s methods lII lllUiI Mr J Ia r Smith Sm t h had amass amassed 111I110e amassed
ed e considerable I property propl rty mostly mO II tly farms farmsin fltrlllill
in the acute Itu of Illinois But Uti t tiring of the therigors thlrigurs therigors
rigors of that latitude they decided cidcII to totry totl totry
try tl Floridas > climate They Th Mvured alarge a ahuge aImgt
huge tent and came to the Stall laW and andmadean amulumold
madean 111111 ILII extensive t x tells I tour r of the Inillt iiiinsuIn iiiinsuInFinally > eiutu > ula ulaFinally ulnFillnllr
Finally they t cy reached Port Orange Orangeand Oraugcand rungl runglUTH
and UTH established a camp from which whichpoint whiehJloint n 11idt 11idtpoint
point they tlw made many 1II1L11 little side excur excursions IXCUIEliOUil excurslow ¬
slow One day Mr I r Smith came with withUK withthc withtlu
UK tide in a row boat to Daytonu DaytonuAfter I 1aytonuAfter > atufltl atufltlAftr
After looking petty well over the thegrounds lhlgrouuds thegrounds
grounds as best he could bttithefet by la thefev thlf trailsthey trails trailsthey tmilthe
they the could not be dignifed di lIire by b the term termstreets tlrl1ltoItnlts ternstnvts
streets then thluhe he went back to PortOrange Port PortOrange PortOmIl6
Orange ant and declared that he had dh dhtovered di8cOII11 dfcCoyetrvl >
tovered the Garden of j Kden I ien 1I and that he heproposed litpropoSttl hepl
proposed pl to go at once and possess pOl 1Oraw < SK its it itThe itTIll itshe
The next IlX t day Mr I 1 and HI 111 Mrs 110 Smith Smithliterally Snuitllliterally III i tit titHtttlnll
literally Htttlnll pulled up stakes and came to1uytumI to toUaytoim toDUJItIlIll
Uaytoim pitching their tlIl I tent where vhri hll thelarstvcll the theCars tlhlltl
Cars lltl larstvcll well WtlIlCltllt cottage l now lIo stands just north northof
of the I Ill Spencer SiH al er storeIitls store storeTh ttonTIItI
Th TIItI r tli t ttiey Ia y weatherbuardrd wtu herboaided their tt tent tentand tlIt1111111UIIIl nt ntamid
and 1111111UIIIl 1 Ucame t title Hxtnns HxtnnsCapt IIxtllllCnpt fixturesCu
Capt Cu l it T 1 L Kodgeis t 1s came here IIIH t from fromKansas frolllKII 1 1Eausaa
Kansas KII a4 about t the same time I illl anil aniland IUIIIILl he heiual >
and ILl III Mr Ir Smith went about together togetherlooking togltlalrI togetherlooking
I looking up I such lands as mijrht lui llt be lu for fortul foral forsaleou
tul saleou al and t > 1 ially looking for suitable suitableland mikailehtnd
land for growing a grove1hr grove groveThe rIe
The 11 grove rol Mr f r Smith succeeded siesta ded inItlakiug in inmaking inIlInkillf
making tt waf H4 a splendid tiling thin Infore the thebig thlhig thebig
big free freeze He I h ivfuted lrfti ed 27000 000 for JOIit JOIitOur it itOur itOur
Our readers doubtless dou1tl recall that thatMarcus thatllarrus t tIan
Marcus Ian < I Smith departed this i = life on onMayI 01111t uullny
MayI llny 11t 1 last a few fl f vling ll iug months and andhis ulltil ulltilhis nullhis
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his consort follows followsMrs rnllo14Ir fnllotvsJars
Mrs Ir Smith was < born in ill1he the coast ollsllioll oc scPtiou oction
tion of Connettieut Coquet ticut 1 7l t years ar ago Her Ilermaiden Hermaiden 1111IIIlLidell
maiden name was Fox Fo She IIl suffered suffemedIlaralytie a aparah apamltit
parah Ilaralytie tie stroke = tlOk five years lart < ago and IlwlhuJ has tinsbt hasbeen
been 11 t n tin invalid since Ii II that time t lIW Shenmts She Shewas 51 51WILoIL
was WILoIL a Iniversalist I by ii faith Pastor C CM rL
M L Bingham BiIl 11IL1II of the Congregational Congregationalchurch OllgTl Htiollal Htiollalhu
church hu ronducted c a brief t < trvice at the theSmith thlIII themit
Smith III mit it II residence rt and U 1111 1 H Nicer i lr of her herown IH heri
1 own ott n faith otticiatcd at the grave mt wn isles islesI here hereshe
I she was a as laid to rest r 4 in Pinewood Cem Cemetery IJI IJIi IJIItlry ¬
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etery t beside her hI I husband followed lull ved by n ncom ZIOIlIOIllrol 1
com OIlIOIllrol on fee of 0f5011 son Innoilllt owing ing friend flIelldsSheliillr friendSheleaxes
Sheleaxes S to sons ico 0 I F Smith Smithand mmithInd
and Andrew llIlaI t tv Smith the tlalntlr latter resides s ill inIona in inlow
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EDWARD YOUNG YOl G was u ny born In Hampshire England EnclnndIn
In 1GS4 and died l April 12 1 17C5 He 1l wm euuuilttl tlIma 1 at atOxford
4 Oxford took to k holy orders in I 1T2T ant and bwuine a royal royulcluiplain rO11haplln royalc
tha cluiplain 1lluh in 17U Ii He It IIof c Is brat r Idlhlt1lotl jiioinb frwl l as the author authorof i
of the didactic religious poem in blank verse entitled entitledNMtfht entitledNight ntlliedhht
Night > hht Th Thouhhl uiht8 from n1U > which th the followII following K extract extractIH
IH taken The poem though lhotl h no longer lon lr rend In Its itaentirety Itsentirety tit titcntlrd
entirety except by Htndenta of literature has ha Un tit n a uprolific aprolUlo Ilprolit1e
prolific source of o ijuotatlonB IluulU Hons H was as once very popular popularHOW iupular11110V
OY poor HKr how rich ht how w tibjitrt how aucust aucustIlov aUJustHow aum ut utIluty i
H HOW How complicate ho how wonderful is I mint maniloty mintHow
acute I him loll slId yuehlWho
How jnis pasiu < uii i wonder lie II uho wlo 11
Who 110 eentered IIIlnt in our make sueh sue = Iu strange extremes extremesFrom ox trerliesFrom
From different natures inarveloujly mixed mixetlConnection III mixedCouuecttou XCCl XCClCOIIUtUOII i
Connection eiiui cxt ttisie > = ill of distant IllIt worlds worldsllstlnruI worlds1lsthrgulslitti whrltlsDI
llstlnruI DI tlugublHCl > luHl link in beings hllll s endless tlItlh s ihniu ihniuMidway llmiul elllie1lidtyuy
Midway l wny from 1111I nothing tt tlung to t the IMty ndt ndtA 14tyi A AA
i A beam laa III ethrm ethereal t m1 sullied ami iibsirptThough ubforpt ubforptThough 1Ihurt1tThouJh
Though sullied and dishonored still divine divineDim dhineDilll dlvluei
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i An heir of dury lurer lur a frail rail child of dust dustHelpless dutllllpltsg
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Thought lbou lIt wanders up and down surprise aghast
And wondering at her own How reason nlS < J1L reels reelsOh reelsOh
Oh whut u miracle to uuiu is man mattlriuanphuutly manTriumphantly UlaulriulUlhalltl
Triumphantly distre tl distressed stn = lied ed What joy What dread dreadAlternately dreadAlteruutel I IIternutety
Alternately transported and alarmed alarmedWliut alurulldWhut alarmed11hat
Wliut can present iny m life or what hnl destroy destroyAn l tro 1 1Ao
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sell s everything in i n lace shoes at just justOneHalf RustOneHalf
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to Heat 11 tit Your lIr Room I QOI It Ita Will Villi
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5 5j U with ith care lt would tuld never go U out outTin outTills
1 Tin heater hat 14C sill ill burn Chips Shavings Hark HarkHoots BarkHooh IhtrkMy
My Hoots toot or I lonl ord lluod N ood and give git 4 e more heat in less lextime IlxlilliI lesstr
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