OCR Interpretation


The DeLand weekly news. [volume] (DeLand, Fla.) 1887-190?, May 15, 1903, Image 1

Image and text provided by University of Florida

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn95026697/1903-05-15/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

I < m
< fwp r < ft ft4tetei
t r N
r
4tetei 4teteiVOL J
ti
E AND EEKL yl ylVOL h
100 ftH y A N AOVANOB AOVANOBSINOLB Y I
VOL X XVIL NO 20 DELAND VOLUSIA COUNTY FLORIDA FRIDAY MAY 151903 15 1903 1 SINOLB Coini CDr Fiv C T
t
THEXE DING DINQProfessional DINGrpafessional
Professional and andBusiness andBusiness
Business Men Menor
J
or DELAND DELANDM DELANDr DELANDM
r
M M viDAZBAEREOKEMD viDAZBAEREOKEMDa VID ZB a OKE M D DPhYBioiana
7 > 4 4Physician
Physician and S Surgeon SurgeonNewYorkAve rgeon rgeonNeYorl
NewYorkAve NeYorl DeLandi D Lan4 Fla OtQoe Hours HoureiiOAu HoursAI
iOAu AI toian to vy W J I to 4 and 7 I to UP I P PI M MBO
BO A DAVIS M D Df DPhysician DPlysician
I GRO
Physician f and Surgeon SurgeonOffice SurgeonomellRoUN
omellRoUN Office iHouni 6 8A A utolSu w to 12 M 1 to 5 and 7 1 to toB to8P
B 8P P II IISpecial KSpecial
Special attention atten lon to mldwifey and surgery surgeryCalls surKoryCaUl
Calls answered at atony any hour Olllcumres OlllcumresIdence OlUeu In res resIdenae
Idence Indiana Avenue west of Court Courtl
l Home HomeJOHtf HouseJOHlf
JOHtf MACDIARMID MA < JDIARltIID M D DPhysician DPhysician
Physician and Surgeon Surgeonmineral Surgeoni
i mineral meral Practitioner not a Specialist SpecialistOffice Speclllstvmou
Office over Fishers DrugStore Drug Store Hours tf I to toJ2
12 1 to 4 and 7 I to 8 8A 8A
A A t 8 MUNBONM MUNBONMt MUNBONMHomeopathic
r
Homeopathic Physician PhysicianOffice
I Office O lce second door south s utb ot Plshefs drug stort stortOffice stOrtomeHour
Office omeHour Hours 10 toU to l1A AM M U to 6 ami an 7 1 to
8 PM PMJJBW P M MDBW
JJBW 8 TAYLOR TAYLORSurgeonDentist TAYLORSurgeonDentist
SurgeonDentist SurgeonDentistOffice
Office over Fiahera Drug Store DeLand F 4 4AMBS JJ
AMBS E ALEXANDER ALEXANDERAttorneyatLaw AL NDER NDERAttorneyatLaw
J
AttorneyatLaw AttorneyatLawWill
Will Practice in State nnd Federal Courts CourtsOffices CourtamClll1
Offices i Rooms 1 and 2 I Brush IJlock DE DELAND DELAND
LAND FLOIUDA FLOIUDAERT FLOJUDABERT
ERT FISH
BERT
AttorneyatLaw AttorneyatLawPracticing AftorneyatLw17actlelng
Practicing In all State and Federal Courts CourtsIvll Courtsh11
Ivll or Criminal business glvon twn careful carefulaltentlou oorerulattention
attention altentlouAMES attentionJAMES
AMES W PERKINS PERKINSttorneyatLaw
JAMES 1 PERKINSI I
AttorneyatLaw AttorneyatLawSolicitor ttorneyatLawSolicitor
Solicitor Criminal Court of Record Rloo d Wlili WUlluac WUlluactloo > rac ractlco
tlco In all courts vrlttilu wltblUlhu tliu State or blor blorIda toJorI
I I Ida fJllco1Jer Office over VoluslaCnuuty Volulliu Cnuuly Hank HankTOLTJB1A 1IankVOLUel
TOLTJB1A COUNTY COUNTYABSTRACT COUNTYA1J
VOLUel ABSTRACT A1J TnACT COMPANY COMPANYB
B B WILSON MANAGER MANAGERned MANAGERAbltra
Abltra fuhe ned and titles perfected perfectedolualu perfectedt
t olualu luslu County Count Hunk HunkDeLand JunkDeLand
DeLand Fla FlaHUTCHINBON FJIIBUT
HUTCHINBON HUTCHINBONs BUT < JHNSON JHNSONNotary
s Notary NotaryDealer Public PublicDealer
Dealer in Heal Estate EstateTaxes EettTuea
Taxes paid and assessments attended to foi foinouresldenta COInonre8Idents
nouresldenta DeLand Fla Flai FlaP
P i T ALLEN ALL N M D FaD PnDl PnDOculist FaDOculist
E l
Oculist and Aurist AuristDeLand AurlstDeL
DeLand DeL nd Mondays over Allens Drug Store StoreOrlando StoreOrlando
Orlando Wednesdays Lartlguoa House HouseOcala lloueoOcla
Ocala Thursdays Monti zuum zuumGainesville ZUUI ZUUIOalneavlUo
Gainesville Saturdays Drown House HouseAnd HouseTRE
TRE COI11C Olen OlenWINTER
WINTER D Suwmer SuwmerHOME
HOME HOMEAnd
And solicits the patronage of the traveling travelingpublic travelingp
public p bllc alto parties at home desiring board boardTRANSIcNTRATtS boardTRANSIcNTRATIS
TRANSIcNTRATtS 8200 200 PER DAY DAYLarge DAYxrre
Large Cool Rooms and Good Table TableJ rableJ
J E COEN COENBURNER COENURNER
BURNER URNER HOUSE HOUSEOpf
Opf op1iV K ALL THE YEAR YEARi
i Corner New York and Florida Avenues AvenuesDeLand Avenue8DeLand
DeLand Florida FloridaLocation FloridaLoca
Location Loca on pleasant healthy he mbyand and homelike homelikeBate bomellkeJ1Atea
Bate f1l0 1W per day Special rates by tbi tbiweek
week 11 E I D iloLBOi Prop PropBENNETT Propt PropENNETT
t
BENNETT HOUSE HOUSEMBS
JiBS U M BENNETT PBOP PBOPNew PBOPNew
New York avenue DeLand Florida FloridaBates FloridaBateslJto
Bates BateslJto 1 to P 2 per day 5 to 8 per week weekt weekIipe
t Special Iipe lal rates for families lam III es or for season seasonH seuonH
> H C HAVEN HAVEN4rtesian HAVENrtesian
4rtesian rtesian Well Contractor ContractorDealer
0 0Dealer
Dealer In Aermotors Tanks Tanksand Tank8f
f and Pumping Machinery MachineryRepairing Mloblnel7R
Repairing R pa rini Pumps Windmills etc etcDeLand etcDeLand
DeLand Florida FloridaWAGON FloridaCK
CK SMITE SMITEI
I A ND NDt NDWAGON R
WAGON t SHO SHOIr
1 r V AlUlnds nklnds of Repairing Repairingi
i I I Done Promptly > i wd > nj at atHeaonabU ati
i HeaonabU Prices PricesISCOTT PricesmaOFJNG
maOFJNG lPECIALTI
1 ISCOTT SP l I1 DGKINS DGKINSN9411ng
I
N9411ng ha v reJ1ualted it it1jJnI
1jJnI ctmJ vrt surpass it1
1 r Jlrling S
oooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooooooooooooMay
v 0 0g
g ° May Meeting MeetingCity g gg
g City Council Counciloooooooooooooooooooooooooo g go
o 0
oooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooooooooooooTk 00000000000000000000000000REGULAR
Tk REGULAR EGULAR monthly meeting of the theCity tbeCity
City Council was held Monday Mondaynight Mondaynj
night nj ht Present President McElroy McElroyCouncilmen McElroyCouncilmen
Councilmen Bushnell Fish Powe PoweWoodall PowcWoodall
Woodall and Wilson WilsonAfter Wi1onAfter
After the reading of minutes of ofregular ofregular
regular and special sessions business businesswas
was transacted as followa followaThe followiThe
The clerk reported the collection collectionof
of 51068 in water rents during durln the themonth themontb
month monthR
R D McDonald the late city engi engineer englneer ¬
neer reported two taps made during duringApril duringApril
April wood consumed 18 cords aver average
I
age dally consumption of water
75000 gallons gallonsThe gallonslhe I
The marshal reported the collec collection c llec lleclion ¬
lion of 0025 in sanitary fees tines tinesetc tinesetc
etc etcThe
The treasurer reported the pay payment payment ¬
ment of 3179 31i9jO 0 of Warrants arrantsl1eavlng arrantsl1eavlngualance leaving leavingbalances
balances on hand as follows followsGeneral followlGeneral
General revenue 8 376 376Plre 3 76 76Plr
Plre Plr and water 349 68 68Bond 68Bond
Bond Interest 1697 98 98Total 98Total
Total cash on hand 2051 42 42The 42Tbe
The president reported the appoint appointment appointment ¬
ment of the following standing com committees commlttees ¬
mittees
i WILSON WILSONFinance WILSONFInance
Finance 1 BUSHNELL BUSHNELLi BUSHNELLPISH
i FISH FISHi
i FISH FISHStreets 1 < ISH ISHStreets
Streets I 1 WILSON WILSONPOWE VILSONPOWE
POWE POWEBUSHNELL POWEBUSHNELL
BUSHNELL BUSHNELLSanitary BUSHNELLSanitary
Sanitary < WILSON WILSONFire WILSONWoo
Woq Woo ILL ILLWoq LL LLFire
Fire and Water 4 WILS5N WILS5NFISH WILS N NFISH
FISH FISHPOWE FISHPOWE
POWE POWEBuildings POWEBuUdinls
Buildings BUSHNELL BUSHNELLWILSON BUSHNELLWILSON
WILSON WILSONi WILSONPOWE
i POWE POWEOrdinance POWEOrdinance
Ordinance 1 FISH FISHj
j r WOODALL WOODALLBills WOODALLBills
Bills were audited and nd warrants warrantsdrawn warrantsrawn
drawn rawn as follows followsWatts followsWatts
Watts Miller 17 93 93Payroll 98Payroll
Payroll city officers 195 00 00Supplement 00upptemcnt
Supplement 28 75 75J 75J
J R Wetherell V etbere 11 600 600Volusla 6 00 00Volusla
Volusla County Bank 15 74 74R 74H
R D McDonald 8 60 60G 60G
G A DrekaCo Dreka I Co 5665 5665D 66 65 65D
D L Wlckham 400 400W 400W
W A AllenCo Allen Co 245 245JS 2 45 45T
JS T S May 2000 2000Volusla 20 00 00Volusla
Volusla County Record 5 00 00Electric 008lectrlc
Electric Light Co 104 17 17Noble 17oble
Noble oble Newspaper Union 800 800M 8 00 00r
M r A Driggers 13 60 60GE 60G
GE G E Berry 4 6 30 30Wm 30Tm
Wm Tm Best 19 75 75At 75At
At 9 po p m the council adjourned adjournedtill adjour a atill
till 930 Tuebday morning morningAll
All members were present when whencouncil whenouncn
council reconvened Tuesday morning morningA
A communication was read from T TA TA
A Knight of the Starke Telephone TelephoneExchange Telepbonechanle
Exchange chanle promising to begin work workon
on the DeLand exchange within a few fewvveeks fewveeka
vveeks vveeksA veekaA
A communication from E H Hay Hayward Ha Haward
ward agent for L L Fisher with re reterence reo reoierence
terence to a leak In the water ser service serice ¬
vice ice for which excess rent was wascharged wasbargedwas
charged bargedwas was read and referred tc tcthe totbe
the Fire and Water Committee with withpower withpower
power to act actELECTION actELECTION
ELECTION OF OFFICERS OFFICERSFor OFFIOERSFor
For city engineer etl ineer there were only onlytwo onlytwo
two applications applicationsScott Scott Hodgkins and andR andR
R D McDonald On roll call all allvoted allvoted
voted for Hodukina Eod klns except Council
wan Fish who voted for McDonald McDonaldH
H Stevenson was the only appli applicant appUant ¬
cant ant for the position of city marshal marshalHe marshalHe
He was elected unanimously unanimouslyThere unanimouslyThere
There were four applicants for the theposition theposition
position of night watchman T C CKreamer CKreamer
Kreamer E B Pooser Geo Hutchin Hutchinson
son and J M Brown Two T o ballotts ballottswere ballottswere
were taken each of which gave RavePoo RavePoolIer Poo Pooner
ner 3 and Kreamer Kre mer 3 The matter of ofelecting ofelecting
electing a successor to Pooser Nwaa Nwaathen wae waethen
then postponed thus leaving him as asthe astbe
the present incumbent incumbentA
A city Board of Health was waseJected waseJectedas elected electedas
as follows folowtDr Dr John MacDlarmld W WB WBF4
B BF4 Finger ger G A Dreka Dr ka and Ward WardGould WardGou
Gould GouldA Gou d dA
A specialwater special water rate was granted grantedthe
the C P F M school schoolbulldlng building BO 8oloD 8oloDasused long longas
as asused used for school purposes only onlyfhe onlyfherate The Therate
rate is 95per 5 per year excess water to be bepaid bepaid
paid for at regular reKularrates reKularratesCouncil rates ratesCouncil
Council then adjourned
I
America mericacons consumes mesninety ninety million milliontons mUHontont
tons of cereals annually annuallyDeafness nnuaUyDeah1eslVIIIDot
Deafness Deah1eslVIIIDot Gaauot Be BeCUK BeCUKby Cmred Cmredby
by J local cal appUcatloaaas a pl1c tJoal they cannot reach the thediseased tll tllc
diseased c scaacd portionofthe portion or be earThere ear lbere It only onlyaninttamori onlyODe
ODe wayto9uredeafDe88and that 18 by con contitutlonal
titutlonal ren1 c1Jea learn 11 oauBed by byan1nUamed
aninttamori condition ot the mucous Dlucoulltn1118 lining ot ottbo ofthe
the Kustaphlan Tube When Wbenthls thla tube is Il1n Il1ntJamed In Intlaroed
tlaroed you OU have a rumbling sound or Imper Imperfoot Impercect
foot bearing and when ben It is entirely closed closedout c1Q ed edDeafneeel
Deafneeel the reeult and UI 08 the 1ntIam 1ntIamlileLt
lileLt D ltea4 1o be bet i iroied
t redto IUuotmar OOD tlOnrls artaittritb
roied 1orevern1n a eaout out of jMmaro jMmarob nare narel1
l1 1f d by I Wlalllhlll1 b t an anI
I 1II1II De4 dl nefi Q 9 9We = n nr
We W lve lJ J
r cUmr tIJ = c cJOroiroutrw
r
JOroiroutrw pL1ci pL1cirl <
rl 41J1111ftI O OJioo
Jioo JiooiiY
iiY > 0 0t
U J i > Xf ItL ItL1r
t < W
1r trS i A
t <
oooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooooooooooooJacksonville 00000000000000000000000000o
0 0g
o
g Jacksonville Flooded g go gg
o g By Recent Rains Rainso g go
o o ooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
oooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooooooooooooNO
MAIL was received in DeLand DeLandWednesday DeLandWednesday
NO
Wednesday afternoon on ac account account ¬
count of serious washouts on the rail railroads railroads ¬
roads centering In Jacksonville Wed Wednesdays Wellnesdays ¬
nesdays Metropolis contained conta Ined the fol following following ¬
lowing account of the flood floodThe floodTbe
The fearful rains for several days dayspast dayspast
past have resulted in great damage damagebeing damagebeing
being done in all portions of the city cityJacksonville cI ty tyJacksonville
Jacksonville rarely has an overflow overflowbut overflowbut
but the almost almost Incessant downpour of ofseveral ofseveral
several days past has caused the water waterin watefIn
in Hogans Ho ans and MCCOy creeks to tobreak tobreak
break from their banks and spread spreadover sprea spreaan <
over an extensive area of land landWhile laudWhile
While the basins at the intersec intersection Intersectlon ¬
tion of ofcerta1n certain streets were unable to tocarry tocarry
carry away away the water accumulated accumulatedthus
thus inconviencing pedestrians the thegreatest tbegreatest
greatest damage dama e done has been in the thevicinity th thvicinity
vicinity of these TWO creeks creeksHogans cretksHogans
Hogans creek in the eastern pore portion poretion ¬
tion of the city overflowed its banks banksyesterday banksyesterday
yesterday afternoon but early this thismorning tbltmorning
morning the rushing ru blng waters in some someportions someportions
portions spread for many blocks and andseveral al1dseveral
several houses were partially sub submerged sltbmerged ¬
merged and the occupants water waterbound waterbound
bound Gardens in the eastern sub suburb suburb
urb are absolutely ruined and thous thousands thousands ¬
ands of dollars worth of property de destroyed destroyed ¬
stroyed stroyedELECTRIC stroyedELECTRIC
ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT INJURED INJUREDThe INJUREDThe
The greatest loss sustained by the thecity thecity
city is at the waterworks and the theelectric theelectric
electric light plant The waters from fromHogans fromHo
Hogans Ho ans creek last night came into intothe intothe
the park surrounding these plants plantsand plantsand
and In a short time the artificial lake lakewas lke lkewas
was lost to sight All the tropical tropicalplants tropicalplants
plants will likely be lost lostThe lostThe
The greatest Injury has ha been done doneto doneto
to the waterworks and electric light lightplant lightplani
plant The dry band of the dynamo dynamois dyna mo moIs
Is is completely submerged as is also alsomuch al o omuch
much of the machinery and Jackson Jacksonville Jacksonvllle ¬
ville will be In darkness to night It Itmay Itmay
may require several days da VS to repair repairthe rcpalrthe
the damage The people are warned warnedto warl1 d dto
to prepare for lights tonight and andcandles andcandles
candles and kerosene will be in great greatdemand jrcatdemand
demand demandEngineer demandEngineer
Engineer Ellis informed the Metrop Metropolis Metropolls ¬
olis that It will take at least forty fortyeight fort forteight
eight hours if not longer to get the theelectric theelectric
electric light plant running again againThe a aln alnTbe
The water In the fire room Is fully a afoot afoot
foot and a half deep
On Laura street near urange wag wagons warons ¬
ons and other vehicles could not pass passand t tand
and household goods in numerous cot cottages cottaJes ¬
tages were considerably damaged damagedThis damagedThis
This condition is the same In all parts partspf partsftthe
pf ftthe the city where the ground Is low lowA
A NOVEL SIGHT SIGHTWhile SIGUTWblle
While Hogans Ho ans creek with Its mad madrushing madrusblng
rushing waters has caused a great greatdeal reat reatdeal
deal of damage and resulted in the thegreatest thegreatest
greatest financial loss to the munici municipality mltnldpaUty ¬
pality the severest losses have ba vc been beensustained beent4ustained
sustained in the west end McCoys McCoyscreek llcCoytIcrcek
creek through the demand dcmandmade made for forland forland
land in and near the railroad yards yardshas yardb
has b s been contracted until the stream streamunder streamunderordlnar
under underordlnar ordinary conditions is extremely extremelynarrow extremelynarrow
narrow Today in some places It is isover i iover
over half a mile wide and car tracks tracksare tracksare
are submerged and great damage has hasbeen basbeen
been done to the properties of the thetransportation thetransportation
transportation companies The trains trainsare trainsare
are all delayed This morning nlorn g the pas passenger pa pasen ¬
senger sen er train from St Augustine could couldonly couldonly
only reach the viaduct on account of ofthe ofthe
the tracks being under water in other otherportions otherportions
portions of the yard
ROW BOATS ON BAY STREET STREETBay STREETBay
Bay street at the Intersection of ofBridge ofBrid
Bridge Brid e street presented a lively livelyscene livelyscene
scene Hundreds of people gathered gatheredto
to witness the destruction west of ofBridge ofBridge
Bridge on Bay Hackmen ventured venturedto
to reach the terminal station but buttheir buttheir
their horses were compelled to swim swimand swimand
and allefforts of this kind were aban abandoned abandoned ¬
doned All the stores near Madison MadisonLee MadisonLee
Lee Stewart tewart and Johnson streets on onWest onWest
West Bay ay have sustained a great greatloss greatloss
loss and rowboatt carried people p opte to toand toand
and from the terminal station Many Manyshopkeepers Manyshopkeepers
shopkeepers and fruit frutstand stand propri proprietors proprioetors ¬
etors were busy at an early hour to today today ¬
day carrying their goods to the sec second secand ¬
and stories of the various buildings buildingsand uildln s sand
and while hi1e much was saved in this way waya wa waa
a considerable amount was submerged submergedand
and will be bea a total totallostl totallostlNEAR loss lossNEAR
NEAR THE VIADUCT
Great alarm was felt to tothe
the thecondltionof condition of the viaduct The Thestructure Thestructure
structure has not t been considered safe safeforeome safeforlome
foreome time and the rushing waters watersof watera5of
of of McCoys creek striking str kingtbc the founda foundation foundatiq ¬
tion tiq paused Gal1 ed the b structure s ru ture to tC shake shakeperceptibly hak hakpe
pe perceptibly Geptily The hehya hyacinths lp hs arejanked arejankedabout r b t1 e ea
about a uitbefolJndations the foundations and the scene sceneis E en enis
is one never before witnessed witnes8edin in this thiscity t l lcity
city Traffic qver the viaduct has hasbeenituspeuded s sbeen
beenituspeuded been uspended by theclty thecityauthorities thecityauthoritiesC authorities authoritiesfreight
C r1i Ont e varlOUt Uac t Q 9ed 9edi
i freight f eJghtcatnut cannot be reached and andanyin an an19J
19J anyin Y1Y bi a 5es es the waters have haveedt havefJ
edt e ttbe eQ9orut Qrl q us Silj injuring 4 I1 gD mvjcU mvjcUereuaabl ch chf
fJ f IH contai tbn in i ir
r pl t ree IDg in cert D a ari1ftA
ri1ftA twJte ereuaabl l torepo torepof
> f l fl flR1
R1 8 8fh
fh
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOg
g g Phosphate Trust g gJust
o 0
g Just J Ut Organized Organizedoooooooooooooooooooooooooo g
o
oooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooooooooooooAN 00000000000000000000000000AN
AN immense phosphate deal which whichhas whlcbhas
has been pending for several severalweeks severalweeks
weeks and In which the Dutton Phos Phosphate Pborphate ¬
phate Company of Gainesville has haspurchased haspurcbased
purchased the entire Interests of Ford FordMiller FordM1ller
Miller Ocala has been comsum comsummated COWummaled
mated matedThis maledlbls
This is one of the largest large t deals ever everrecorded everrecorded
recorded in Florida and Involves the themagnificent themagnltlcent
magnificent sum of 81000000 capital capitalThe capitallhe
The deal will make Dutton Co the themost themost
most extensive c phosphate phoi pha tc operators operatorsIn
In the world operating an aggregate aggregateof
of fifteen plants and controling the theoutput theoutput
output of many more Of this num number numher ¬
her Dutton Co originally orlll1all owned ownedand
I
and operated nine and Ford For Mil Miller Miller ¬
ler six plants The combined ship shipments shipments ¬
ments of the two firms will aggregate aggregatenearly aggregatenearly
nearly half the total output of the thehard thebard
hard rock mines of the country The Thefirm lbefirm
firm of Dutton Co own and operate operatemany operatemany
many miles of well equipped rail railroad railroad ¬
road through throu h the prosphate mining miningsection miningsection
section and practically control the theoutput tbeoutput
output outputThe outputflte
The general offices of the company companywill companyw1l
will be located In Gainesville the of officers officeriJ ¬
ficers will be as follows President and andgeneral andgencral
general manager mana er C W Chase vice vicepresident vicepresident
president H F Dutton secretary J JG JG
G Nlcholej treasurer W G Robin Robineon Robulson
eon The members of the new com company company ¬
pany it is understood will be H F FDutton FDutton
Dutton Sr C W Chase J G Nich Nichols Nlchols ¬
ols W G Robinson and H F Dut Dutton Dutton ¬
ton Jr JrThe JrThe
The consideration of the purchase purchaseof
of the Ford Miller intererest is not notknown notknown
known but it is II believed to have been beena
a cash consideration of 3000 30001STRIPLING 0 0STRIPLING
STRIPLING GETS HELP HELPJudge IIELPJndge
Judge IK 1Ilr1 iryT Camilla1I Retained In InCase inCI1iC
Case against the Posts PostsFrom lostsFlom
From Tho TimedUnion rJmc tlIlon May 18 10 10Judge 10JUI11oC
Judge Henry Jleur > T I Campbell Judpe Jud of ofthe ofthe
the Circuit Court of Tennessee has hasbeen hasheen
been aliened a fillned by b AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneralKnox AttorncOeneralKnox
Knox to aidint ali t the prosecution Ilro ecutlon in the thecase thease
case ase of the United States vs s Helen HelenWllmans HclenWI1D1an
Wllmans iost C C C Post and Charles CharlesF
F Burgetnan Bur cman charged chi rged with wi th fraudu fraudulent fraudulent ¬
lent uae of the malls
The case IH II set for a hearing before beforeJudge
Judge Locke on May Iay lio 5 On account accountot
ot the complicated 111 plica te character c of the thecase thecase
case and the length t ngth of the Indltments Indltmentsthe Indltmentthe
the VHorneyGencral decided that thatthe thattbe
the local al oHiclala would need asslst asslsttance assllttance
tance at the trial There la a possi possibility posslblllty ¬
bility however that the hearing may maybe maybe
be postponed as the attorneys for forthe fortbe
the defense have made application applicationto
to the Supreme Court of the United UnitedStates UnlttdSta
States Sta tes for a writ of habeak corpus for forMrs forI
Mrs I rs Post
for business and as shoppers were werewater werewa
water wa ter bound there Is very little busi business bUlIneti ¬
ness being done In any part of the city cityWhile ct ctWblle
While the city will be in darkness darknesstonight darknesstonlght
tonight Chief Viiuant will have ex extra extra ¬
tra men on duty dutyThe dutyTht
The bridge crossing McCoys creek creekon
on Myrtle avenue has been washed washedaway washeda
away a way and this morning a negro driv driving drl v vIn ¬
ing In a team of mules thought the thewater thewater
water was only onl over the bridge and andendeavored andendea
endeavored endea orcd to cross crol The mules were weredrowned weredrowned
drowned but the negro driver man managed manael1 ¬
aged to swim to land landImmense landImmensc
Immense washouts are reported on onall 011all
all the railroads entering the city citywhich cI t twhlcb
which will cause delay in all the thetrains thetrains
trains and the expenditure of thous thousands thousands ¬
ands of dollars to repair the damage damageHomes damageHomes
Homes on Leila street in Brooklyn Brooklynwere
were creatly damaged and in many manyInstances manyInstances
Instances the water stood two or three threefeet threefeet
feet on the first floor floorAt floorAt9
At At9 9 oclock this morning D1ornln the water waterbeneath waterben
beneath ben ath Hogan creek bridge on onMain onMain
Main street had reached the high highwatermark hl h hwatermark
watermark being a rise of about aboutelJht aboutelJhtfeet eight eightfeet
feet
There is no way to determine the theloss thelos6
loss to the transportation companies companiesand
and the wholesale whole ale merchants but butleading butlea
lea leading ln citizens who viewed the de destruction destruction ¬
struction this morning morl1ln estimated the thedamage tbedama
dama damage e at 250000 This does not in inelude Inc1ude
elude the loss sustained by household householders ¬
ers in various sections of the city cityThere cityThere
There will likely lIkel be an ice famine faminefor faminefor
for the next few days as both the Ice Icebouses Icebouses
bouses now in operation are partially partiallysubmerged partially8ubmer
8ubmer submerged ed and unapproachable unapproachableA
A mule belonging to W S Ware Warewas Warewas
was drowned in the stable at the Re Refrigerator Refri ¬
frigerator fri erator Ice Works WorksAt WorksAt
At noon today several severaldraymen draymen at attempted atempted
tempted to reach the terminal termlnalsta termlnalstaIon sta station ¬
tion Ion but before they reached Lee Leestreet Leestreet
street the mules were compelled to toswim toswim
swim swimNumerous swimNumerous
Numerous boys went in batmng b tli11t on onay onf3ay
f3ay ay street near Madison street and andseemed andse
seemed se med to to enjoy the sport notwith notwithstanding twlth twlthtandingthe ¬
standing tandingthe the water waterwaBby was by no means meansinviting meansIn
inviting invitingIJammatts In v Itigg Itiggammatts
IJammatts ammatts wood yard is under water waterand waterand
and theproduct the prO < 1uct of his mill is pow powfloatlDK now nowfloating
floating over various var ouB portions of ofISprlngfleld ofSpdnefl
ISprlngfleld Spdnefl ld
t
G A DREKA CO COLEADING 00LEADING
LEADING LEADINGOldest LEADINGGeneral
General Merchandist Merchandistw MerchandistOldest w
Oldest Established House in the City CityDRY OityDRY
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS NOTIONSNew NOTIONSSPEOIALTIES
SPEOIALTIES SPEOIALTIESNew
New York Avenue and Woodlawn Boulevard BoulevardOK BoulevardDeLand
DeLand Florida FloridaO
I
+ OK O + O > + O > + OIOIOJO K > K > K > + OolOl K < > > > O ODeLand OI < > + OroIOo + o + oK > > O + Oto + o + o + o i
DeLand Real Estate OfhW OfhWFor OflicrJ OflicrJEIo
EIo ses For Kent KentCity erl t tCity
City Lots Residences Residencesi s sand
i and Unimproved Property PropertyProjertF P1ope P1opeProperty
Property of NonBesiflents NonResi ents Cared For and Taxes Paid PaiJLand PaidLand
Land sold for Taxes redeemed redeemedi redeemedJ
i J IE EJ Wettierell Wettierelli
i Abstract Office between Post Office and Bank BankiK BankIOt
iK IOt > < HO > KWO + O + O H + < O1O HOKnO4O4 HOKnO4O4A + Oro + HO < + Ol < HO + O + O + O
A POLICY WILL DO DOsomething
something almost wonderful and cer certainly ¬
tainly highly satisfactory satisfactorywill
1 1FIRE
will pay many thousand per cent on onIts
Its cost and enable the holder to re rebuild ¬
build his residence or to make a new newstart
start iu business businessFIRE
FIRE INSURANCE INSURANCEis 1 1Is >
l lPermit
is not a speculation its a necessity necessityPermit
Permit us to write you up a policy policySILAS poll y
I SILAS B WRIGHT DeLand PlaJ 1 L fi fiJ J t
iiY Have You G Got i It ItWe oo 4
We Ve have an ax to grind have haveyou haveyou
you Our object is to have you youc youappreciate
appreciate jj the advantages of c deal dealing
ing with us You will fully appre appreciate apptedate
date it when you have tried it itIReliaTfole itelia
IReliaTfole IReliaTfoleDEIorsesIboeianLg elia ole oleaorseshoe5
DEIorsesIboeianLg DEIorsesIboeianLgBERRY aorseshoe5 g gl
BERRY KENT KENTNEW
l NEW SHOP OP COURT HOUSE HOUSEooooooeO
ooooooeO + OOOOOOOOOo + o + c > eOe
EMORY I IOOLLEGE
OOLLEGE
1838 OXFORD GEORGIA 1903 1903XFORD 1 1OXFORD
J
XFORD is situated on a high ridge in the healthiest section sectionI
OXFORD I of Middle Georgia where there are no local causes to tobreed tobreed
breed sickness si kneIiB The College will continue to make makeenr1 every everyeffort I Ieffort
effort now as in the past to send forth young men well furnished furnishedin
in physical strength in mental training and in zealous OhmtUn OhmtUncharacter J Johatacter
character characterCourses t tCours
Courses Cours s leading to the three degrees degreesAB AB PhB andSBt andSBtare and SB j jare
are designed to lay broad foundations for any walk in life lifeAfter I IAller
After the Sophomore year opportunity is given for election eleotionol eleotionolstudies of ofstudies
studies in the direction of the students special aptitudes aptitudesThe 1 1I 1The
I
The Central Dlnlnir Hull will offer good food at actual actu cost sot tOjexqeH tOjexqeHeight I Ielabt
month TurnUbed rooms are let at one dollar per month for Mfb Mfblodger Ia Ialodler
dollars
eight per membwlbfti member ott JaOIiJ JaOIiJuUy oin oinultjr
the Immediate supervision of a r
lodger This B stem launder Is under
ed competent and experienced matron matronAll Q QAll
ultjr who is assisted asal by a
All necessary DeOeBl ry expenses for the college year may maywithin lq tJ b J Jwithin
within 17600 17600For J6 1 1LL
LL M OJWi 8EPf1IIJI2 8EPf1IIJI2I
I
I For catalogue catalogueand and other otherinformatloD information address addressJames addre f fiP
iP iPI
I j James a es E LI OKeY7 I p rles Qefrt QefrtPC 11 fi fij
PC > > G U Ui
i
I

xml | txt