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a FRIDAY FRIDAY MAY 11 A Y 2o7i903 2o7i903Senator 9 1903
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1b t i r Senator Hnnna Hannastates slates that Le is isffif isUY
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b w 1 4t xrnot DOt and will not be a cnutliclate cnutliclatefor cnulhdatet
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J fr j dorse Roosevelt
Trade with the people wh wiivortise vlio ad advertise d dif
¼ vertise in THE NEWS We will willvouch willvouch willvouch
vouch for the honesty honest of every busi husiness busiDess busiI
if I ness man in DeLand whose adver advertisement advertisement adver1fI ¬
1fI tisement appears in the paper to today tot
4 t MI fi day d ay
A person named Randall living livingin
L in Mulberry Polk county war waflynched warlynched walynched
lynched several nights ago for run running running runL1 ¬
L1 ning a ablind blind tiger It will not do dohowever dohowever 10however
however to lynch all the people iu iuthe ilJthe inthe
the state who engage in this illicit illicitbusiness illicitbusiness illicitbusiness
business All dry dr counties suffer sufferfrom sufrerfrom suffertt
tt from this th is cause
We are areliving living in the hope sayp saypthe safI safIthe ay ayt
t the Falatka TimesHerald that tho thoJacksonville th thJacksonville thJacksonville
Jacksonville mayorality election will willbe willbe willii
ii be close enough to prevent a 0 con congressional congressional congressional
gressional possibility being pro produced produced producedby ¬
duced ducedby by the theresult result
41 If the Daytona newspapers would wouldpay wouldpay wouldr
r pay a little more attention to run running running runj
j ning down the brutes who assault assaultladies nSRnul1ladies assaultI
I ladies on the streets of that pros prosperous 11OSperous prostv ¬
tv perous town and the burglars whr whrmake whrmake whe1f
1f make eight hideous over there thereand thcreand theretj
tj and leave DeLand people > oo > le to setth setththeir settlttheir settittheir
their own differences differencesFome = ome good goodmight goodmight goodmight
might be accomplished
To the Daytona Gazette News Newsthe Newsthe Newsi
i the DeLand Record and whomso whomsoever whomsoever whonisot ¬
t ever else these presents presen ls shall come comegreeting comegreeting comegreeting
greeting THE DELAND NEWS knows knowsof knowsthi
thi of no Democratic newspaper in To Tolusia You9ia Voluia
lusia county having seven Republi Republican Re > uhli uhlican ¬
ji can stockholders but bu t we do know knowof knowof knowof
of two Volusia county couut newspapers newspapershaving newspaperkhaving newspapersc newspapershaving
having jackasses for editors both bothof botLof bothof
of whom take great delight in asi asinine nsinine asinine
nine criticism of THE NEWS
The White Springs SpriEgsHorald Herald chimH chimHthat chiJuHthat cltimhthat
that the editor of the Lake City Cit GitizenReporter CitizenReporter CitizenBeportor
izenReporter is the champion llop llopper 1Iopper iiopper
per of the world But Editor Cald Caldwell Caldwell Caldwell
well has evidently never witnessed witnessedthe
c the tb acrobatic performances l > crformanceR of our onrPen 011Pen ourPen
Pen Brevatt DeLand still claims claimsthe claimthe claiiimthe
the belt beltTHE beltTIlE beltT
THE T NEWS has ba no respect for the thechronic tltecbronic thechronic
chronic flopper floppera a person who whonearly whonearly whonearly
nearly always succeeds in getting gettingon
on both aides of f a question Rut it ithas ithas ithas
has every respect for the man who whowhen whowhen whowhen
when he sees himself in the wrong wronghas wronghas VlOnghas
has the manhood to own up to his hiserror hi hierror hiserror
error and to do what he can to make makeamends makemends makenmends
amends It takes tak s more manhood manhoodmore mauhoodmore manhoodmore
more character for one to own that thathe thathe that4f
4f he is in the wrong than to continue continuein
in the wrong when one knows it itand itand itl
l and is afraid to retract what he Las Lasdone haadone busi
i done while in the wrong
Alacbua county is is now in in the thethroes thethroes thethroes
throes of a wet and dry fight Vo Volusla Yolusacoullty Volusla
lusacoullty lusla county has been without an anopen anopen anopen
open saloon for nearly fifteen years yearsand yearsand yearsand
and we want no more of it it How However However Howi ¬
i ever the law should be amended so BOas soas soas
as to give the hotels a right to sell sellto sellto selli
i to their tb irguests guests only We must have havethe bavethe havethe
the big botelsand hotels and they cannot cannotthrive cann canntthrFve t thrive
thrive without furnishing wines and andbeer andbeer andt
t beer to their beirgusts guests AH of them thempractically tbempraotioalldc thempraoti
practically praotioalldc praoti ally doihis do this his In doing it ithowever itioJrevertheyviolate itI
I however ioJrevertheyviolate they violate the tbelaw law and andreliable andf andare
V > f aieliable are reliable liible to arrest and conviction convictionand condctioDa
4 i a and i thus having the stigma stig of law lawbreakers 1awbrHker lawbzeskers
breakers thrust thrullton on them The lawua law lawInakflM lawaaktM
InakflM ua aaktM rl At t Tallahassee TaUabtaieeshould should pass passiu a aIbUf a1UOOY
IbUf 1UOOY iu jjoveriiig oovethigthis nngt this i J matter
TbCubftn deierve well for forzIuccebful
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From the New York A N NU 0 0lfHE
TIE seasons r ings b ba babegun v vbe
lfHE T U begun be un As Summer ad advances advanccs advancos
vances the seaside resorts resortsdoubtless resortsdoubtless resortsdoubtleas
doubtless will add their cus customary cuslomar cuetomary ¬
tomary lomar scores to the death list lista listaghastly listaghastly a aghastly
ghastly roster made up year after afteryear afteryear afteryear
year by persons who nine out of often often often
ten lose their lives needlessly t tMore
More drowninps are to be attrib attributed attributed attributeci ¬
uted to vanity van it than to any other othercause otherca1se othercause
cause Young men and some not notyoung notyoung
young are eager to display their theirskill theirskill
skill and strength by swimming swimmingout
out long distances and when fa fatigue fatlguo fatigue ¬
tigue or a cramp comes they are un unable unable unable ¬
able to make shore and perish perishPoor plrisbPoor perishPoor
Poor swimmers male and female femalecan CemnlttCRU femalecan
can insure themselves absolutely absolutelyagainst absolutelyagainst absolutelyagainst
against danger by puttirg go on a apneumatic apnoumatic apneumatic
pneumatic collar It is not pretty
but no one wearing it can sink sinkThe sinkTho sinkThe
The deadly dendl boating accident accidentis
is due The rash fool who does not notknow notImow notknow
know bow to manage a boat but butgoes butgoes butgoes
goes boating nevertheless and the thehumorous thehUlUorOl1S thehumorous
humorous fool who plays practical practicaljokes rracticaljokes > mctieal mctiealjokes
jokes afloat to frighten the girls girlsare girlsitro
are responsible for most of the cap capsizings capsizlngA capsizings
sizings No way to abate them themsuggests themsuggests themsuggests
suggests itself except to prosecute prosecuteand
and send to jail an occasional Bur survivor BurViV01 SUPvivor ¬
vivor when it can be done The Theparent Thepruent Theparent
parent who will allow his daughter daughterto
to go sailing without being sure of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the ability nbilit of the man in charge to tohandle tohaudle tohandle
handle a 0 boat is to be classed classedamong classedamoug classedamong
among the fools too tooa a fool whose whoseterrible whoseterrible whoseterrible
terrible grief when disaster follows followsis
is a punishment worse than death deathA
A little good sense a little pru prudence prudence prudence ¬
dence would save sn hundreds of lives livesyearly livesyearl livesvearly
yearly yearl but good sense and pru prudeuce prudeuce pruhence
deuce are not plentiful and the de desire desire dosire ¬
sire for pleasure is strong in the theyoung theoung theyoung
young The duty is imposed on ontheir ontheir ontheir
their elders to be watchful for forthem forthem forthem
PrJza Letter III Colliers Colllc I9 Weekly WeeklyDADDY Weckl WecklADDY WeeklyD
ADDY Daddy how am I go going going ¬
DADDY 1Th D ing to write you this letter letterI letterLV
LV I i should feel ashamed of ofmyself ofmyself ofmyself
myself for not having the thecourage theeourage thecourage
courage to tr t go straight to you und tell tellyou tellyou
you 011 my secret as a sensible young youngwoman youngwoman oungwoman
woman should Instead I have run runup runup runUI
up UI to write you all my m heart When Whenhave WhenI
I i have finished I shall slip the let letter letter lotter ¬
ter under your bedroom door doorHere doorHere doorHere
Here it is I love another man mananother manunother
besides b sides you Daddy Dadd and andthe andthe andthe
the conviction is nearly breaking breakingmy
my W heart
The man I love lovethe the other one oneDaddy oneDnddis oneDaddyis
Daddy Dnddis is good brave true and andyes andts andyes
yes ts even great but my poor heart heartaches headItches heartuches
aches unalterably with the thought thoughtthat thoughtthat thoughtthat
that if I i go to him I must leave leaveyou leaveou leaveyou
you ou Leave you the dearest best besttruest beattruest besttruest
truest father a girl ever had hadWhen hadWhen hadWhen
When I look back over the twenty twentythree twentythrte twentythree
three years of my life lifeall all mother motherless motherless motherless ¬
less years yearsand and recall how we weJou weJounnd weyouand you youand
and I Daddy Daddhae have walked hand handin handin handin
in hand heart to heart all tho th way waythrough waytbrough waythrough
through sunshine rnd shadow over oversmooth oversmooth oversmooth
smooth paths aud rough roughdrawing roughdrawingever drawing drawingever
ever closer to each other with the thepassing tlJepassing thepassing
passing of years yearswhen earswbeu when I think of oftill ofull ofull
ull this and then think that I am amreally amreally
really 10011 asking you to let me leave leavuyou leavoou leaveyou
you ou actually actunll asking askingoh oh I could couldtear couldtear couldtear
tear my heart out for or its treachery treacheryI
I could weap my eyes out f fr r I
very erv bitterness of soul soulWhen soulheu soulhen
When hen I think of oll leaving you for forthis forthis forthis
this new love I despise myself and andwant andWIlUt andvanL
want to go down at your ol1r feet find findbeg nndbeg andbeg
beg forgiveness fOlg enesfI but oh Daddy Daddywhen Daddywhen Daddywhen
when I think of giving up my new newlove newlove newlove
love I cannot bear the pain of it for forone forone
one moment momen 1 I can cannot not I can cannot cannotAnd not notAnd notAud I
And here I am asking you to let letmo letmc letme
mo go Will you over know the thepain theplin thepain
pain it gives meV me Almost I could couldimplore couldImplore couldimplore
implore you not to let me go goto gotohold gotohold to tohold
hold me hold mo even against my mywill m mV mywill
will V ill
But no you 011 will give mo your yourdear yourdear yourdear
dear smile of immeasurable tender tenderness tenderne8S tendernose ¬
ness and bid me seek my happiness happinessand
and then ray heart will bleed in an anagony nnagon anagony
agony agon of selfreproach selfreproachDaddy selfreproachDaddy selfreproachDaddy
Daddy if you can forgive me mehow mebow mehow
how silly si11 of me to say that I If you youcan youcan youcan
can believe that I 1 still love you youthat youthat ou outhat
that is foolish too If Ieab ah I must mustask mustask mustask
ask it itif if you can give me up to tohim tohim tohim
him tell me BO by putting a rose on onmy onmy onmy
my breakfast plate in the morning
Dont speak to me then for my
heart is too full fulljust just put the rose rosethere rosethere rosethere
there And then after a while I Iwill Iwill Iwill
will try to talk sensibly to you youabout youabout youabout
about it itabout about him himGood himGood himGood
Good night sweet Daddy I Ihardly Ihardly Ihardly
hardly know what sort of state my
heart is in I only know that I Ilove Ilove Ilove
love two men and with all the very verysoul verysoul verysoul
soul that is in me That sounds soundsdreadful soundsdreadful soundsdreadful
dreadful bat bt1 one of them i iH my
idolized father fatherbllt but the other otherab otherabput othersbput ah ahput
put the rose there in the morn morning mornintI morning ¬
ing Daddy
Your loving lovin lovinDAUGHTER DAUGHTER
DrB Dr Bergin rginPana Pana Ill writes wri es I Ihave l lhave Ihave
have used Ballards Snow Liniment al always aiwars always ¬
ways recommend it to < ray myfriendsas friends as I Iam Iam Iam
am confident there is no no better made madeIt madeIt madeIt
It is a adandy dandy for burns Those whoJive who wholive wholive
live on farms are especially liable to tomany tomanyacddentalcutsburnsandbrulses toniauy
many manyacddentalcutsburnsandbrulses manyacddentalcutsburnsandbrulseswhlchheil accidental cuts burns and bruises bruiseswhich bruiseswhich
which whlchheil heal rapidly when Ballards Snow Snowiirument Snowi SnowLitpient
iirument Litpient i is applied pp1ie It should always alwaysfee alwaysheJ alwaysbe
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TE E publish this week the second secondbest se secondbest ond ondbest
best paper prepared by the thepupils thcpupils thepupils
pupils of the th history class of the De DeLand DeLand DeLarni
Land public school schoolENTERPRISE schoolENTERlJUSE schoolENTER
1 Enterprise was the first town set settled settled settIed ¬
tled In the interior of the peninsula peninsulaof
of Florida south of St Augustine It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was settled by Major C Taylor who whowas whowas whowas
was the first rat settler in that vicinity vicinitytic
tic located about 1841 on the north northside northside northshe
side of Lake Monroe and built a hotel hotelon
on a shell mound between Green GreenSpring GreenSpring GreenSpring
Spring and the lake shore He lived livedhere 11cdbere livedhere
here and kept the hotel from 1831 un until until witil ¬
til 1847 when In a difficulty with his hisoverseer blsoverseer hisoverseer
overseer the overseer was killed and andTaylor andTaylor andTaylor
Taylor removed r to Texas TexasOn TexasOn TexasOn
On this estate there Is a marble marbletombstone marbletombiltone marbletombstone
tombstone bearing bear1n the following cu curiously curJously curlously ¬
riously written rltt n Inscription InscriptionSacred in inecriptionSacred criptJon criptJonSaered
Sacred to the memory of our be beloved beloved beloved ¬
loved Colly daughter of C C Tay Taylor Taylor Paybr ¬
lor who departed this life of typhoid typhoidfever typhoh1fever typhoidfever
fever Sep 211842 21 1842 age 13 years and
13 days da s Major C Taylor was the first firstsettler firstBcttlcr firstsettler
settler at Enterprise Florida in 1847 1847when 1847when 1847when
when the country was full of Seminole SeminoleIndians Seminole1ndJans Seminoleindians
Indians and in the midst of their na nation nation natlnu ¬
There were no white settlements settlementsnearer settlementsnearer settlementsnearer
nearer than St Augustine and he heleft heleft heleft
left In 1847 1847Major 1847Major 1847Major
Major Taylor brought to this sec section section sectlon ¬
tion settlers under the Armed Occu Occupation Occupation Occupation ¬
pation Act which gave to each set settler settier lcttler ¬
tler the right rl ht to take up land under underactual uuderactual underactual
actual settlement and cultivation for fora
a term of years Among Amongthese these were wereJohn wereJohn vereJohn
John Simpson who was the first slier sheriff sbcriff slier1ff ¬
iff and who settled on the de Barry es estate estate estate ¬
tate Campbell on the Brock house houseproperty houseproper houseproperty
property proper tv and Dupont on the Bodine Bodineestate Bodineestat Bodineestate
estate i besides others who figured In Inthe intbe inthe
the Indian War such as Potter Win Winsan WInsan Wlnsan
san Crone and Jernigan It Is said saidthat Ialdtbal saidthat
that the energy and push of those thoseearly thescearly theseearly
early settlers gave ga ve the town its name nameIn nameIn nameIn
In 1854 the state Legislature estab established estabIIshed established ¬
lished Volusla Vol Voluslacountyand usia county and made Enter Enterprise Enterprise Enterprise ¬
prise the th county site until the matter matterof
of a permanent county site should be bedetermined bedetermined bedetermined
determined by popular vote ote This Thismatter Thismatttr Thismatter
matter was never really determined determineduntil determinedun determineduntil
until un l1 1888 when by election the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court house was moved to DeLand
There was an election however as Is Isshown Isshown Isshown
shown by the records of the county countycommissioners count countcomm countycommissioners
commissioners comm Issioners in 1809 to determine determinewhether determll1whcther determinewhether
whether or not the county site Itc should shouldremain shouldremain shouldremain
remain at Enterprise or be moved to toSpring toSpring toSpring
Spring Hill In this election twenty twentyfour twcntyfour twentyfour
four votes were er cast for Spring Hill Hilland H1l1and Hilland
and only twentyone twenty one for Enterprise EnterpriseBut
But the court house was not moved movedThis moedThis movedThis
This was probably due to the small
vote cast castIn castIn castIn
In 1860 Capt Brock came and In
1865 built the Brock house which whichranked wbhbranked whichranked
ranked In those days with the same samedistinction samedl3tlnction samedistinction
distinction as the Royal Polnclann PolnclannCollege Polnciall1College PoincianaCollege
College ArnSs Arns and other firstclass ho hotels hoteJs hoteis ¬
tels of today After the Civil war warmany warmany warmany
many noted men came to Enterprise Enterpriseamong Enterprleamong Enterpriseamong
among whom were Gen Sherman ShermanGen ShermallGen ShermanGen
Gen Grant Gen Brecklnrldge and andGrover andGrover andGrover
Grover Cleveland I
Enterprise Ent rpr1se at the bead of naviga navigation naIgation navigation ¬
tion on on the St Johns was of great greatimportance greatJmporlance greatImportance
importance being the most southern southernly
ly point in the state reached by public publicconveyance publlccOI1eJance publicconveyance
conveyance until after the construc construction constructimi ¬
I Itioll
tion of railroads It was at this time timeand timeand timeand
and continued to be until 1885 a dis distributing dJstrlbutlng distributing ¬
tributing point for mall which went wentto wcntto wentto
to New Smyrna and points further furthersouth furtbersouth furthersouth
south The mail was mecarriedoer mecarriedoerland carried over overland overland ¬
land by b wagon to Landpoint now Tl Tltusvillc Pttusvilie rltusvillc
tusvillc from there by boat oal down In Indian Indian indian ¬
dian river to Lake Worth and then a aman aman aman
man took the mail on his back and andwalked andwalked andwalked
walked eighty miles on the sandy sandybeach sandybeach sandybeach
beach to Miami It has been said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that this mail carrier has carried the themail themail themail
mail sack from Lake Worth to Miami Miamiand Miamiand Miamiand
and on its being opened it contained containedonly containedonly containedonly
only one letter letterand and that for the mail mailcarrier mailcarrier mailcarrier
carrier himself himselfFor himselfFor himselfFor
For years there were no regular regularchurch regularchurch regularchurch
church services but finally the Metho Methodist Methodh Methodist ¬
dist dh t and Presbyterian alternated with withpublic withpublic withpublic
public worship Eventually the Pres Presbyterian PresbyterIan Presbyterian ¬
byterian became the stronger and andbuilt andbuilt andbuilt
built a church but it was burned burnedabout burnedabout burnedabout
about 1890 A few years previous the thetourists tbetourists thetourists
tourists with the aid of the mission missionsociety misllonsociety missionsociety
society built an Episcopal church churchwhich churchwhIch churchwhich
which is still standing
The first court house in Enterprise Enterprisewas
was built of palmetto logs Jo s two stories storieshigh storieshllhThe storie8high
high hllhThe The lower story was divided dividedinto dividedinto dividedinto
into two rooms one of which was used usedfor usedfor usedfor
for a bar room and the other for the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court room The upper story was for forgrand forIrand forgrand
grand jury Mr Crane was the first firstclerk firstcierk firstclerk
clerk of the circuit court and Judge JudgeDouglass JudgeDoullass JudgeDouglass
Douglass and General Findley were werethe werethe werethe
the first judges They used to come comealternately comealternately comealternately
alternately and hold court There Therewere Therewere Therewere
were only two men in the county countt who whowere whowere whowere
were exempt from jury duty dutyrbetle dutyrbetlewere These Thesewere Thesewere
were the tbepostmasterJ postmaster Campbell and andD andthe andthe
the mall carrier to New kew Smyrna J JD JD
D Sheldon SheldonEnterprise SheldonEnterprise SheldonEnterprise
Enterprise as a town has declined declinedin
in Importance sincethe 8i since ce th the removal of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the court cout houae to DeLand Its Itede Itedecline de decline dedine ¬
cline probably dates back to the EOls EOlswhen Coswhen Qs Qswhen
when the thebuildingof building of railroads gave gaveto gavetoDeLand to toDeLand toDeLand
DeLand and Daytona many advanta advantages ad advantafCS mla mlagcsover ¬
ges gcsover over Enterprise In n cunseuqencc cunseuqenccof
of being on the lines of ofratlroadtheae ofratlroadtheaen railroad these thesenewer thesenewer
newer n wer towns developed rapidly dannaturally dan dannaturally dannaturally
naturally as they grew re Enterprise Enterprisedeclined Enterprisedeclined e edeclned
declined And now DoWl it is but a small smallVillage Bmal1yillafe smallvillage
Village with wUhone one itofeoue sto tore e onechurch onechurcha one church churchaiici bur b bld1
a ld1 chophovac OrhoUiCand and H postofflc post oatollce ce
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Orange City May 27 2jMr Mrs Belle BelleCoulter B BelleCoulter lle lleCoulter
Coulter and an two daughters Misses MissesMarlon MissesMarlon MissesMarion
Marlon and Bessie were In Orange OrangeCity Oran OrangeCity e eCity
City Thursday Thursda They were riding ridingwith ridingwitb ridingwith
with friends from DeLand DeLandMr DeLandMr DeLandMr
Mr George Dozier and family spent spentSaturday spentSaturday spentSaturday
Saturday In DeLand DeLandThere DeLandThere DeLandThere
There were a hack load of our young youngpeople youngpeople youngpeople
people went to DeLand Friday even evening evenInJr eveniitg ¬
ing to attend the concert at Stetson StetsonUniversity Stct StetsonUniversity on onUnIversIty
University They had one of Mr Can Cannons Cannons Cannons
nons teams of DeLand DeLandMrs DeLandMrs DeLandMrs
Mrs S C Fuller has a new refrige refrigerator refrigerator refrigerator ¬
rator porcelain lined from Grand GrandRapids GrandRapids GrandRapids
Rapids Mich Its a dandy dandyConductor dandyConductor dandyConductor
Conductor York and daughter Em Emma Emma Emma ¬
ma and Mr Mickle a student of Stet Stetson Stetson ¬
son University are visiting with Mrs MrsS MraS MrsS
S C Fuller this week weekMr weeklr weekMr
Mr lr S C Fuller and wife attended attendedthe attendclttbc attendedthe
the entertainment cn tcrta In men t at t Stetson Friday Fridayevening FridayevcnJng Fridayevening
evening eveningAmy evcnJngAmy eveningAmy
Amy and Hattie Fuller returned to totheir totheir totheir
their home in East Orange City Wed Wednesday We Wenesda Wednesday ¬
nesday nesda from Stetson University UniversityMrs Uni vcr 1ty 1tyMra
Mrs Herrlck seems to be gaining gainingslowly gainingslowl gainingslowly
slowly slowl evcrjday evcrjdayJoseph every day dayJoseph dayJoseph
Joseph Bakers nine months old In Infant Infant infant ¬
fant was burled Saturday afternoon afternoonIt
It died with spinal menlngetls The Thefamily Thefamily Thefamily
family have the sympathy of their theirneighbors theirneighbor theirneighbors
neighbors and friends In their sad be bereavement bereaement bereawemen ¬
reavement reavementMr t tMr
Mr Frank Taylor and wife left leftTuesday leftTuesday leftTuesday
Tuesday for Columbus Ohio to spend spendthe spendthe spendthe
the summer with Mrs Taylors sister sisterMiss sisterMiss sisterMiss
Miss Alma Halliday and Miss Cella CellaBabcock CellaBab CeliaBabcock
Babcock Bab ock made a business trip to De DeLand DeLand DeLand
Land Monday MondayRev MondayRev JondayRev
Rev Warner and wife left Wednes Wednesday Wednesda Wednesday ¬
day da noon for Ohio where they will willspend wiltspend willspend
spend the summer with their children childrenC
C S Fellows of Chicago Chic 1Jro a friend of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr Charles Dickinson came in on onSaturday onSa onSaturday
Saturday Sa turd a made Miss Dickinson a fly flyIng tiyIng flying
Ing visit and returned on Monday MondayMr
Mr M r George McCormick mother mothersister mothersister mothersister
sister Nellie and Miss Alta ROve Rowellmade RowelImade 11 11made
made a business trip to DeLand Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
urday urdayMessrs urdayMesrs urdayMessrs
Messrs Toseph Porter Henry Henr Cas Casper Casper Casper ¬
per B K McCarty C S Fellows of ofChicago ofChicago ofChicago
Chicago and Mrs Grant Bly of De DeLand DeLand DeLand
Land were registered rc istercd at the Freeman Freemanhouse Freemanhouse Freemanhouse
house this week weekMrs weekMrs weekMrs
Mrs J Haley was In Orange City CityWednesday CllrWednesda CityWednesday
Wednesday Wednesda on business
Special S lclnl Corroepondcnce CorroepondcnceBARBERVILLE lorrodpondcnceBAR eorrospondcnceI3ARI3ERVILLE
Rev Gllsson a former pastor pastorpreached pastorpreached pastorpreached
preached at the Baptist church Sun Sunday Sunda Sunday ¬
day da morning May 17 to a fair attend attendance att attendance nd ndancl ¬
ance notwithstanding the showery showeryweather flhoweryweather howeryweather
weather weatherA
A young sister sl tcr of Mrs Terry rcrris is stay staying ataring staying ¬
ing with wi tb relatives rela tl ves here h re She has hasbeen ballbeen hasbeen
been living livingIn In South Florida FloridaThe Florida1h FloridaThe
The 1h Sunday school recently estab established established established ¬
lished at the Methodist church ia II re reI r rportcd reported
I ported to be getting along all right rightwith rightwith
I with a good attendance attendanceU
U H VanSickle of Winter WillterPark Park or organized orIanlzed organlzed ¬
ganized a < to Sunday school at Emporla EmporlaSunday EmporlaSundar EmporiaSunday
Sunday May 1 17 He has organized organizedfour organizeJfour organizedfour
four or five t e Sunday Sundayschooisin schools in this part partof partof ptrtof
of the county recently recentlyServices recentlySelvlces recentlyServices
Services may be expected tXl cttd at the theBaptist theBaptist I IBaJtilt
Baptist church on the second s coud Sunday Sundayin
in June JuneWe JuneWe JuneWe
We had some genuine summer summerweather aummerweatber summerweather
weather this week the first of the theseason theseason theseason
season seasonMr seasonMr seasonMr
Mr Barber spent several days in inJacksonville inJackRonv1lle inJacksonville
Jacksonville last week weekThe weckThe weekThe
The Brown brothers who were wcrecentl re recently r rcently ¬
cently centl burned out in Daytona have havestarted haestarted havestarted
started business again in Daytona the thestore thestore thestore
store having ha ving been rebuilt by the theowner theowner theowner
The rains the forepart of the month monthbrought mouthbroulbt monthbrought
brought out the crops wonderfully wonderfullybut
but 10 days of dry weather has created createda
a demand for more moisture moistureThere moIstureThere moistureThere
There were about aboutro 40 persona at the theSunday tbeSunday theSunday
Sunday school schoollasl last Sunday SundayC
C H Van Sickle was the guest of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr Turner Saturday night nightOne nightOne nightOne
One of the busiest places in this re reR reion reglon
glon R ion is Alco just across the river r1 ver from fromBlutltou fromBlutlton fromBlutYton
Blutltou where the St Johns Log and andTie andTie andTie
Tie Company is operating a large largebusiness largebuslncsl largebusiness
business In limber l1mb r Their commodi commodious ¬
ous oftice is located Ilcat d some distance out outover outover outover
over the river rl ver The cars run on a atrestle atreslle atrestle
trestle to the place where the logs are aretaken aretaken aretaken
taken and sent to Jacksonvl le A Anew Anew Anew
new car or machine shop has been beenerected beenerected beenerected
erected near the bank of 0 the river riverGoold riverGoold riyerGoold
Goold T Butler of St Augustine is isthe Jstht isthe
the manager of the new company companysuccessors companysucces companysuccessors
successors succes rs to the Atlantic Lumber LumberCompany LumberCompany LumberCorn
Company CompanyIt Corn pany panyIt
It is a pleasure to t < see the fine crops cropsgrowing cropsrowinr cropsgrowing
growing on onthe the rich ricbsbeli shell land at atBlufTton atBluff atBluifton
BlufTton Bluff ton Mr Ir Currie up to last Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
urday had shipped 100 crates of beans beanswhich bean9which beanswhich
which brought from 81 I to 83 3 per crate cratein cratein crateIn
in New York He has begun the ship shipment llbipment shipmeut ¬
ment of tomatoes Others will ship shipfrom shipfrom shipfrom
from the same locality and from Vo Volusia Volusia Volusla
lusia lusiaThere lusiaThere luslaThere
There are re two large Indian mounds
Your teeth will be more attractive attractivefrom attra attractiveS tive tivefrom
S from using a good stiff brush and a areliable areliable ao
o reliable dentifrice and from care in inkeeping inand inC
C keeping the teeth clean cleanWe cleanWe
We Have Brushes of Reliable Bristles Bristlesand Biistlesand
and dentifrices that clean without withoutinjuring withoutinjuring withoutinjuring
injuring the teeth You Youll 11 be better betterall betterall betterall
all over from proper use of these theseFISHERS theseFISHERS
FURNITURE BUSINESS in DeLand as well as his hisHardware hisHardare
Hardware and Furniture House in Orange City CityAlso 4 4u
Also nmklnif uml rosllverlnir French Pinto Mirrors He is also agent for the Cherokee CherokeeMm CherokeeMatblo
Mm Matblo bio Works CuntonGtt unton Ga He Is now selling Cheaper than evoa eve for the Summer trade Call Calland CallQndseehlmatOr4flgoCityorut
and QndseehlmatOr4flgoCityorut see him nt Orange City uritt DeLand
at BlufTton Relics and human bones bonescan bonescall bonescati
can be dug du from the mounds moundsThe moundsThe moundsThe
The Bird tract of land embracing
5000 acres Including the rich shell shelllands sbelllanda shelllands
lands at Blufftou will probably be of offered offered offered ¬
fered for sale for colony purposes It Itbelongs Itbelongs Itbelongs
belongs to Mr Bird of New York and andla andis
la In charge of C H Curtis who re resides residcs resides ¬
sides in the Bluffton cottage It Itwould ItIvould Itwould
would be a fine site for a town The Thetract Thetract Thetract
tract embraces several kinds of land landshell landshell laudshell
shell bluffs hammock pine and flat flatwoods Oatoods flatwoods
woods oods and extends for a number of ofmiles oftnlles ofmiles
miles up and an down < the river as well wellas wenas wellas
as some distance east ea t of the river riverThe riverIhe riverThe
The past 20 years 2000 OOO In taxes have havebeen hacbeen havebeen
been paid on the land Mr CurtU CurtUpays CurtJbpays Curtibpays
pays about 100 each year on It ItThere JtThere itThere
There are three natural orange orangegroves orangeroca orangegroves
groves roca in this thi part of Florida one at alBlutTton atBlulrton atBlutiton
BlutTton and two at ldlewlld across acrossthe acr09the acrossthe
the river from Denton point belong belonging belongJng belonglog ¬
log to Mr Bowers of Tennessee TennesseeThese TennesseeThese JennesseeThese
These groves were profitable before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the great freeze as the sour trees treeswere tretSwtre treeswere
were budded with sweet stock Thej Thejare rhe rheare Lheare
are coming out again OBSERVER i
Death of Mrs Irs Sauls SaulsMrs SamilsMrs I
Mrs Adallne A Sauls wife of ofGeorge ofGeorge ofGeorge
George Sauls auls died at the home of her herdaughter hrdaughter herdaughter
daughter Mrs R C Bushnell in De DeLand DeLand DeLand
Land on Friday morning last after aftera
a long Illness with cancer cancerof of the face faceFuneral falFuneral facFuneral
Funeral services were conducted on onSaturday onSaturda onSaturday
Saturday Saturda by Rev J E Oates pastor pastorof
of the DeLand D Land Baptist church The Thebody Thebody 1hcbody
body was taken to her home at Sauls Saulsvllle Saulsl1le Saulsyule
vllle l1le for Interment The 1h funeral at atthe htthe mtthe
the grave was very largely attended attendedfriends attendedfriends attendedfriends
friends coming from all over that thatsection thatsectJon thatsection
section of the county to show their theirrespect theirrespect theirrespect
respect for the memory of the th dt dtceascd dcceatlcd dtceased
Mrs Ira Sauls was 75 7i years of age ageShe ageShc ageShe
She was born in Duval county but buthas buthas buthas
has resided In Volusla Vol usia county on the theold theoid theold
old homestead for the pait 41 years yearsShe yearsShe eals ealsShe
She was the mother r of ten children childrenall
all grown and married Namely NamelyMrs NamelyJ NamelyZJrs
Mrs J ra R D I Brooke of Osteen Mrs 1rt1 J 1 1Galuel S SOalncs SGaines
Gaines of Oak Hill Mrs P Leonardy Leonardyreceajed LeonardyI Leonardyieceased
receajed I of Oateen O hcn John Sauls of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the firm of Thayer Sauls of Enter Enterprise Enterprise Enterprise ¬
prise Mrs A H Davis Mrs G F FCarlisle 1 1Carlisle FCarlisle
Carlisle and Mrs R C Busbnell Busbn lI of Dc DeLand DcLand DcLand
Land Mrs Dr Scriven of Miami and andMrs andlr8 andMrs
Mrs lr8 Clara Quackenbos of Enterprise Enterprisedeceased EnterprJsedeceased Enterprisedeceased
deceased deceasedTwentyfour deceasedTwentyfoul deceasedTwentyfour
Twentyfour members of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Senate in the fiftyeighth Con Congress Congress < on onIress ¬
gress were soldiers In the Civil lvil War Wareleven Warcleven Wareleven
eleven on the Union and thirteen on onthe 011the onthe
the Confederate side One member memberof memb r rof
of the Senate Pettus of Alabama Alabamaserved Alabamaserved Alabamaserved
served also in the Mexican war in inwhich inwhich Inwhich
which he attained the th rank of lieu lieutenant lieutenant lieutenant ¬
tenant The last battle of the Civil CivilWar CivilWar CivilWar
War was fought In Texas on May 11 1118U5
1805 A majority of the members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the fiftyeighth House Hou who saw ser service serIce service ¬
vice Ice on either side in the Civil War Warwere Warwere Warwere
were In the Northern army There Thereare Thereare Thereare
are thirty former Confederates in the theHouse tbeHouse theHouse
March MarchApril MarchApril Marchpri4
April pri4 May MayThere
There is a best time for doing doingeverything doingeverythingthat doingeverythIntbat
everything everythingthat that Is a time when a athing athing athing
thing can be done to tothe the best ad advantage advantlg advantage ¬
vantage most easily and most ef effectively effectively effeetively ¬
fectively Now is the best time timefor timefor timefor
for purifying p rifying your blood Why
Because your system is now trying
to purify it ityou you know this by the theove thepimples thepimples
pimples and other eruptions that
have ove come on your face and body bodyHoods bodyHoods bodyHoods
Hoods Sarsaparilla Sarsaparillaand
and Pills PillsAxes
Axes r the medicines to take takethey they do dothe doth
the th work thoroughly and agreeably
and never fail to do it itHoods itHoods ItHoods
Hoods are the medicines you
have always heard recommended recommendedI
1 cannot recommend Hoods Hoo Sarnaparilla
Jog too Jjlehlr hlRblv as a spring medicine When wo
take Itln It In the spring weali weal weatfeel feel betterthroujih
the summer MBS S H NEAL UL McCrays Pa PaHoods PatHood PaHoods
Hoods Hood Sareaparllla promises prom I to topure tocure
cure and keeps the promise
Ji J B Taylor Loses House Barnr BarnrWharf Bar BarWhorf BarnWharf
Wharf Horse Etc EtcJ
J B Taylors possessions posses lons at Deer Deerfoot Deerfoot Deerfoot
foot landing were entirely destroyed destroyedby
by fire re between bet ween 1 and 4 oclock yester yesterday yederday yesterday ¬
day afternoon afternoonIt
It is supposed the fire re caught in the thescrub thescrub thescrub
scrub from sparks from the north northbound nortbbounct northbound ¬
bound train A strong east wind winddrove winddrove windIrove
drove the flames toward Deerfoot Deerfootlanding DeerfootlandIng Deerfootlanding
landing The barn first caught and andthe andthe andthe
the tire soon spread to the shed over overthe overthe overthe
the mineral spring the residence residencewarehouse residenceva residencecarehouse
warehouse va rehouse dock etc Mr Taylor Taylorsaved Tayloraed Taylorsaved
saved nothing Even his household householdfurniture householdfurniture householdfurniture
furniture was a total loss There Therewas Therewas Therewas
was a little insurance on the resi residence reililhmce resitience ¬
dence but none on the other prop property property property ¬
A 4 powder pow el for the feet It cures curesiwolleu cureswolhm curesvolleii
iwolleu Bore SOleHot Hot Callous Aching AchliigJwentlucr Acbluglwemiug Achingtreating
treating Feet FI tl Corns and Bunions Bu lons At Ati AtII
II i Druggists and shoe stores 25c Ask Asktoday Asktoday Asktoday
today Q I Ubl
ThlngM to Be Avoided AvoidedDont AvoidedDont AvoidedDont
Dont make wa t a narrow door oor narrower narrowerby narrowerby narrowerIjy
by a heavy portiere A small house la lamade ismade I Imnde
made stuffy stltiY by b too many wan hangings hangingsDont hangiugsDout hangingsDont
Dont put ut chandeliers lu a room with withj
j 1 low ceiling Side brackets are to be bemil bel1all belnul
mil in artistic shapes shapesDont shap shapesDont s sDont
Dont have too much of any anyone one kind kindjf kiudJt kindf
jf f decoration d olntlon in the house Grill work workaud wOlklull workmud
lull stulned glass repeated lu more morethnu worethan morethan
than two rooms become monotonous uionotouousDont monotouousDont monotonousDont
Dont buy uy a bright colored carpet to toput toput toUt
put Ut In rooms where the furniture ia ianot Ii110t Isnot
not to be correspondingly toned ton d up upDont upVont upDont
Dont have the door wall and turn furniture turnltura turnture ¬
ture in a room covered with material materialwhich materIalwhlch materialsbieb
which has a decided pattern patternDont pl1tternDont patternDont
Dont put Into a room unsteady little littletables litUetables littletables
tables loaded lon ed with meaningless brlca brlcabrae brlcabrae brieabrac
THE NEWS and Floridas greatest greatestnewspaper greatestnewspaperthe
newspaper IleW3P newspaperthe Pcr the SemiWeekly SemiW ekly Times TimesU TlmeltUniononly TimestJiiiotionly
U Iononly jBl50 150 per year in ad advance advance advance ¬
How many tlll1t1 children are at this sea seaon seaon season
< on feverish feell h and constipated with bad badstoiunch badtomnch badtomuaeh
stoiunch mid headache Mother Grays OrayaPowdeta GrayiPowd GraysPow4ldvs
Powdeta Powd s for Children will 111 always cure cureIf cureIf cureIf
If worms are present pn > sent they will certain certainly ¬
ly remove them At all druggists druggists25cts druggists25cts druggists25ets
25cts Samples mailed FREE Ad Address AddlCtiS Addres ¬
dress Allen S Olmsted LeRoy N Y
Sealed St ltd Bids BidsWill BidsW1l1 BidsWill
Will be received by the City Coun Council Council Commcli ¬
cil for scraping scr plng and painting the thewater thewtlter theWater
water tank and tower also for paint paintfurnish paintIng painttog
tog th the engine house Tne Tbe city to tofurnish tofurnish
furnish material for this painting palntinAll
All bids to be In by noon June 8 190 190E 11103 11103E 1903E
City Clerk ClerkMany ClerkMany
Many of our merchants are arrang arranging arranglug ¬ 1 1jo
lug In their affairs so that they th y can put putin putin r
in considerable time this thi summer summerfishing summerlhing summerfishing
fishing in inthe the lakes around town
Trains on Orange City Branch BranchIn
In order to make connection at Or Orange Orange >
ange City Junction with Atlantic AtlanticCoast AtlanticCoast l S
Coast Line train No 35 the trains trainsoperated traln8operated S Soperated
operated on the Grange City Branch Branchknown Branchknown 9 9known
known as Nos 3 and 4 will run on onthe onthe onthe
the following schedule commencing commendo commendollondayi r rMondayMay4th
Monday MondayMay4th May 4th 1903 1903No 1903No 19034rrive0raneCIty
No 3 81eaveNew LeavoNewSmyrna Smyrna 820 a DJU pm
A tMlltA rtUlMurfll f T TM
4rrive0raneCIty OraniC City to 415 1 pm
Arrive wlve Orange City Clt Junction4 Junction 420 > pm
M No 4tv 4I A IN Orange City Junction Ids IIi pm
Lv LvOrazigeCfty Orauie Cit 454pm 1 p1D
Ar New Newbmyrna Smyrna 600 pm pmDISASTROUS p1DDISASTROUS
DISASTROUS WRECKS WRECKSCarelessness WRECKSCarelessness WRECKSCarelessness
Carelessness is i responsible for many manya man mana
a railway wreck and the same causes causesare caJJselare causesare
are making human wrecks of suffer sufferers ra
from Throat and Lung troubles But Butsince Butsince Butsince
since the advent of Dr Kings New
Discovery for Constipation Coughs Coughgand Cougbsand Coughsand
and Coldseven Colds even the worst cases can b bcured bcured bs bscured
cured and hopeless resignation is no
longer necessary Mrs Lois LolsCran Cragg of
Dorchester Mass is one of many manywhose manywhose manywhose
whose life re was saved by Dr Kings Klni I
New Discovery This great remedy is isguaranteed isguaranteed isguaranteed
guaranteed for all Throat and andLu andLudiseases Lunj LunjFisher Lung a adiseases
diseases by W A Allen and Geo o W
Fisher druggists Price soc 50cand and Sico SicoTrial 100 iooTrial c
Trial bottles free t < i i
Groves Tasteless TastelessCbiDTomc TastelessCbiDTomchaIltoOcIthiteit Chill Tonic Tonicha <
ha haIltoOcIthiteit stood ttottit the tKt 25 years Average A Annual AnnualSahs Ann Sales ov over r One o and nd a Hatf II1IIDoIIrecorj HaWMIIos HaWMIIosbottiss IflBta IflBtaftoitleiv
ftoitleiv Does DoIIrecorj thbre this rcorrjofmeIt r4 of lmerltaDDea1tovOtif merit eal sI to you No NoCur Cure No Pay 50o 50oniiot 50ceLMP 50cdsss44i1
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