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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: May 3, 1905
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
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System ID: UF00075915:00035
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i' v4" The Board-of County Commissioners minus to Lakeside Cemetery, has been The nest regular business meeting\ ol. Mr and Mrs. J. D. Smith went to"Del Tuesday had sad, sad dawning in the | the body and took it to the undertaking '

|i of Dade county met in regular uIOIitb1yi removed, aud that this important thoroughfare the Utopia Club will be held ta the clubrooms < ray Saturday for a short stay. home of ,Mr R, B. Spratt, Sr., on Clem- establishment of." D. W. Fenton & Co.,

, i -la'essionTuesdaymorniugeha, Miamiwith\' will speedily be pushedsouth-' on Tuesday, evening Dtay,9.:' ". F. II. Whidden of Stuart, spent yesterday atis avenue. where 1C was prepared for burial and
C ,. full board and after the ready ward. "- time had then removed tbe home of the
'a present; in the city on. business.J. For some past :Mrs. Spratt to recent
' I.lr. Maddox \owner ol the
,, :)\; Ing and approval'of the minutes of the It will be remembered by readers of Sidney been in 111 health and had on several deceased.' '
W. Wilson and Ed Newcomb
went
passenger'oulast
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.. .. '''preylous.meeting', held in April, got The Tropical/ that several weeks;ago Palm Beach Hotel, was a' routeto to Lantana Monday, to engage fu packing occasions shown an inclination to be Telegrams were immediately sent to
- -' ?down to the business! before it. plans were made by Mr. T. L. Chad- Tuesday's northbound train' 'en de&poudent, but nothing serious was attached the absent members of the family, announcing p a
A resolution, in substance; qs follows bourne and Other prpperty owners sooth his home In New York. l V k tomatoes. thereto. Therefore, yesterday the sad news, and this morn. N

)j"w s pffered.aud adopted; of tbe city for the opening of! thli,Important The guild of the Holy JTrinttV Church Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Porter leave tonight morning when the wife and mother was ing's train brought all of these membersto

*.4' I'T at.1'! a .Dill is now pending, or ; street and It was then stated wflfmeet at the residence of Mrs.'Hone for Daytona, where they will\ make found to be missing from home, the the house of mourning.The '

about I .tObe, introduced in tbe, State Leg'Hslature / that the prospect were bright for the ou Thursday, at 3 o'clock.; ,*A ful; bat-. their permanent borne greatest anxiety was manifest among casket:: in which reposed the reMains
*, "" forcertain amounts of taxes.paid' completion of tlje street, tendance is especially df sired. 'V. ;. Metcalf made a short business all the members of the family. After was a pretty, one, covered with

j< 'by certain persons some'years ago'Upon As' will be remembered Mr.' Chad- Thomas J. Campbell, the welj-lcuown trip down the road, Sunday night,, re repeated calls for her in and around the black broadcloth draped, and approiprlately

,'',.' "' the Miles, or Hanson grant of land, in.t' bourne has agreed''t6 pay all -expensesof wheelwright and blacksmilh.'will at tnrnluTuesday./ house, which met with no response, fear trimmed-tbe top bearing a 4t

, -' tiA the north end b? Dade county, tp be re- paving, grading, etc., in connection his shop in 'Delray nest Monday. See J. B. Beach was an arrival on Sunday began to take the place of anxiety. The neat silver plate with name, date of s

m : funded to said persons by this coanty; with the( extension! through/ the Jefferson his announcement elsewhere. night's southbound train' from a busi neighbors were aroused, and searching death and age. Loving/ hands brought 1

'' :",,und,that as the; said bill would, be'Inj jilrious {tract. I will"'be at"my shop In Defray 'next mess trip up the road.S. parties organized who started out In all and placed 'beautiful Rowers on the

to this county'it is therefor or It is learned that Just-as soon as the Monday, for one day only, and will be Bobo Dean, the' well-known newspaper directions some going: ; to the shores ot casket,.and the departed, appeared, as in

I','jted that tbe attorney of this board! papers have been signed transferring the pleajed to attend to the wants of all thosein magnate, was up from Miami on Lake Worth, and still others to Fresh a peaceful sleep. d''
take such steps as are necessary or expedient the of repairing the Water Like 'and: still others to the woods The funeral was held at 10:30: this 'l
property ; work.of rocking the street' need horseshoeing etc. Monday to spend day.
to' oppose or CBUBQ: the'defeat of will be commenced, and it will be speedily T. J, Campbell. .ftya-at Walter Purdom, who he9 been at Jupl. and highways about tbe city. During morning from the house and was large.;
said bill." I the search two of the party-J. K. Marvin ly attended. Rev C. V. Waugh preached
pushed to
completion.
; of Stuart.'iwho for the 'in
Mr. O. K. Wood, hAS ter past few days, engaged
j'-L' -VCommissioner: Johns was appointed a i and C. X). Kelly-took a buggy); and the sermon and, the remains! were
When Olive
y' street reaches Lakeside, been quite ill of pneumonia ralweeka'is painting, returner! home last night ,
?, cbmuilttee' of one to take up the matter 1 'pev :parted in the Fresh Water ,.neighbor laid arrest; in Woodlawn Cemetery tail
It needs foretell it will '
prophet that
to He' Is
no rapidly .be land .McLendou'left
7 %of;rates with.Ue Florida East Coast Railway recoYer ng"/ ..Robert; Baker Robert hood. Meeting a couple of colored wen What makes the case all the more sad 1
font
go still further, it has long been understood Lug attended by Dr. Charl lIl\l. Merrill
for where '
for furnishing and spreading rock Sunday night Pompano they made inquiry aa whether: they, Is the fact that here 'wai 'no apparent
Mr1. : that AS soon as the cemeterywas of.,West Palm1' Beach.: v, they are engaged in hauling tomato a. .:whit. ..ui4n lit bOlt. foirr -and hot word .'
{the road at Stuart Johns .was had seen.! strange -wo reason) t; a, or line was
f'n given{ ;potvFr'to: act I in the( ttiatter. '] reached! the property owners along Capt. George ;Baker of, .West, ,pilm Mr; Gebrge, Hat ld',""of Barfow''wbo; vicinity' that morning, 'when1";one of left indicate,, euy unpleasantness that
, the ako south di would
A petition for the closing!.of Palmetto ( fropt t4at'polnt carried Beach, returned yesterday from a" !lit to has' been visiting his,daughter, Mrs. J.. them spoke up quickly and pointing/ ';out would have led to' such au ending Mrs. !

,""I" Street, between blocks t and 3,'Vest Palm and see' that the the Street' work will was, by the' opening forward of his family' at that place'the, and'wilt close E.:Weir.,for the) past several: weeks left Into' 'the water some thirty or forty- Spratt thought everything' of her children ;

t:( ';" .SBeach,for-lbe purpose bringing up an an9tber'winter season, it'is believed, be tip,his contract' with waterworks Wednesday )last night' for.bis liome. yards,}satd: ,",I guess that .must be her and home seemed to be a pleasure

extension.. of,Olive.street,,_was, granted, opened: and- paved as fag south as the people,'here.'' -Miami, Metropolis' :Mr. William I. Fee, of Fort Pierce, ',we :were looking\ at," Looking in the spot. s,
direction/ indicated Messrs. Marvin and Besides her husband she leaves five
was In the"city over Sunday, vlsittngfrleuds. I
.STttERt Matthams: pineries, which means that
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: :, IP: OUy : desirable The regular/ monthly business meetingof Mr. Fee is a prominent church Kelly.saw floating on the water what children to mourn' her' sudden depart if;
of the residence
V The aboye'' resolution menus that the property some! In West most Palm Beach' will be .the, Fanny.IiIar..IaonlG9rdon Chapter, '(i 'Worker,,and"has': ,made His calling a sueMessrs appeared like a woman. They procured I ure. These children are : J. O. Spratt,
gast obstacle in the way of the exten5on I I 1 U. D C. held Monday af a boat and the found David
made'accessible. ') ,' was ): er.l1oonlt! cess. on going to spot of Jensen, Robert B. ,Spratt, it
,: | of Olive, street! /romit$!' present ter- > I;" the '"DI je. B. BeaclS when I that'll '' 1 and Mrs.
1 residence ,o( J. ,, !Marsh West and Martin were I was none otter than the' objectof Spralt, Mrs. Doyle Fisher, S

----- -- ,aa interesting program of rbtftine( business .mODg those w bo'a'rlved from the north their search. They Immediately Rosa 'Smoke.Mrs. .

: was transacted. Sundiy flight, they having been on an hurried !iota clip city.and., .notified theamity Sallie, A-::. ,S'pralt'was born in "

: $] Joseph Jefferson'sf '" A number of the friends of Capt. E. N. extended trip' to- the Lake-Okeechobee of their discovery, and then'noified Tex s,j. ut has lived "la; Florida several

Dimick gave him a 'surprise party! last country where they'have, farming Inter justice R. J. ChiUingworth: who years, residing- Sebastian prior to
r Body "/Eaid' to Rest night, at his pretty East Side home. 'ests' I would, if necessary, become acting coroners coming to West,Palm Bearb. She was

The occasion was in honor of the Cap- ,,MrA.B.Qtwrll'aild, ( little l daughter After bearing- about 'the matterustlce' I about 55 years of'age.,, .
I- III! tala'. birthday,' and several pretty and ] Chllltngworth concluded there The pallbearers were T. J. Campbell
f. I:;.. useful presents were left for the distinguished expect to leavejobout the,middle ol the ,was Ho 'need' of 'an ''inquest.:: ''They: J. L. Crier. C: O. Kelly,* B. Marviu.'lj.F. .

i IBuxzards.. Bayl M.y''"3.i-Following' ervicesfthat 'I': The women\of tbe* (aI11111,1 who'w re boat,. win"beplaced month for the.1, -id North a' ,boarding where the school latter, 'ben returned :to,the lake,and recovered' Williamson-and. D. Giddens.

." in their'slm greatly fattened b/the Ordeal of the'fast
I were tmpressive The northbound train last night bad 'while Mr. dwell ,will spend several --------

, a -plicity,,and.sugrgestjve./jfMthe: : character few days,did not' go to the grave > among Its passengers James! Cope, a peculiar months traveling,'probably ''going as far The Crop Conditions. : G. A. R. Decoration Day May SO.
i, of the distinguished actor, the body of While the procession was on its way a landruaru of this city. Everyone as the Pacific coast; 'He will not. return
!I Joseph Jefferson was laid away on Sunday public memorial meeting was held in the knew cope; IheWill'man, and everyone 'to the.city'until, 1ie.the! ./ ,' fait. Arriving in Jacksonville Sunday morning We most cordtally invite all ladles of

:: In Bay tyie.wj'-.Cemeterv\ ,l'iSnn4.-, aitirwlh'toivn 1 liall-at I which! all tbe clergymen will much surprised to know that he halt | were; a number, of1 the', representaives West'Palm Beach. Paint''Beach and those
''ri The .Miami News of yesterday contained -
wicb,within aalkingdletanceoftheLFot'tiges of the city participated. A eulogy shaken ,the .,duet, of West Palm Beach the following\ : '"Miss Hanna of large ,. onnllsslonbou'sesj who op and downy(be lake'who will willingly; ;

of many of his Cape Cod friends. i I was pronounced by Rev. D. L. GrlswolJ, from his feet, and gone to Los Angeles, Phoeba Shippee will'leave' this morning iaye for several weeks past been on the and lovingly assist;, ; ,making a progranj r'
c; .Mr. Jefferson' five eons,a score of In- pastor of the Methodist church 1 California to'make hls'nosbe. of
;, for Palm Beach, where abe''11'111 close her lower Cast Coast These commissionmen exercises for speaking, music, flowers,
(;:. ttmatfJ'ftiends:' and about a' hundred; ,or mote, ; l lilt the time,of the'meeting' those iu attendance Members of, the Utopia Club are looking -1 pear's work. From there she will proceed are en route to points on'tbe West etc., together' with' alt veterans and

villager* gathered the open graver proceeded to the cemetery, to forward with a great deal of pleasureto I to Jensen, where she is to give a Coast, to be ou hand when the tomato friends 'to meet vrr tbe parlors of'The

. -while the service was read. Then all await the arrival of the': funeral party, 'a "German picnic," for which Invitations I recital next Thursday; night. She will crop>> from tbat"part of the State, begins Palms Motet\,00 Friday evening, at 9:30:
,
Charles 'IIf
withdrew with the exception of, approach of '
; the which was heralded 'by
," have been Issued,the? event to take then return ,to her home jn| Boston for Fdmove. ( o'clock, to arrange for, tbe proper, observance
rY: Br Jefferson, who alone watched the casket -. the bell in the belfry of the historic town place in the'clabroorns next Friday even-I' the summer, Miss Sblppee has given a Mr T, 'II. Beckerman, representingWm. /: of decorating the graves of our
as it was lowered to its final resllug.o ball, and upon which seventy-six blows ; : when dead
1' ing. The 'festival will be an Informal number of recitals during the past season Hartman ot St. Louis, seen comrade, W. ARMSTRONG, Rl

}; place were sounded.At farewell to, several members of the organization in' Miami, and has a host of admiring by a Metropolis reporter, referring to O. II. MAtTBV '
'," Tonight a police officer remained at the gravewhich had been preparedin who expect .to leave the city friends who regret her' departure and he extent of tHe tomato crop i Hid: "The G.,W. IDNKR,

(:<,* the grave and tbis guard will b, continued : the Jot purchased by C. B. Jefferson for an absence of several months. who'will! be glad to learn tbat she will tomato Crop:: on the East Coast'of;Florida Committee
for several days. At 11! o'clock Sunday the of his father .
P./ at suggestion two yearsago 1 ( I return next winter"' bas been a success in every way,,and
morning brief service was held at the flowers "Sermon by: the DerlV See tread -
a which had been brought has brought the growers handsome, re- Card of Thanks. ,
Crow's Nest, the Jefferson summer cottage from Crows Nest in It. At Idner's. i Lowney's chocolate At Hllller'a .
were arranged a way turns. But the, Eastern market baa'not The members of the Fanny Haralson
, : here. Only Immediate relatives and to quite conceal the casket from view.
been glutted,and but few tomatoes wentto Gordon Chapter of the TJ C. of our
p.
\\; intimate friends were present. Y Here the services were brief. Dr. Horton '
Practically -
that section of the country.
city desire to return their
'j:, -Themorningtrainfromliostonbroughttwentyeve read tile Unitarian burial service. Will Pot Metal Metcalf eincerethanks'J
all of this crop was bought in by for the cordial and united J
i friends in addition lo'those Then mourners and friends withdrew, Western commission houses, and the '
our Memorial Day to hive the exercises 1I
who were already here. Former President leaving Charles B. Jefferson alone for a
Again Wield the Pen ? Eastern peoplehave been exceedingly so sacred to us, carried to a successful .
unable
Cleveland was to be here. time with'tbe dead. anxious for good tomatoes for weeks."
end. In this we would also express
'I" The casket bad been placed in the In New York service was held on Sun --- Mr. Beckerman'on being queried by our appreciation of the kindness i
library and was banked on all sides by day in of Mr. under
Jefferson
memory first of
when the
I the reporter as to car shown by those who lupplled us withconveyances
.flowers. : the auspices of the Players Club, of There have been rumors and rumors will once more enter the newspaper field, tomatoes from the West Coast would and beautiful flowers. s

"" I The services opened with the reading which he was the only President besides for the past few days that Dade county a partial change/ taking place In one of move, replied by saying: "On Maya the r. Mas. P. B., EVBRSTT Prea.MRS. .
Dr. E. Horton,of Boston, chaplain Edwin-Booth.
by was to have a genuine newspaper sensation the West Palm Beach papers. If the rumor ,Sarasota Packing Company will ship the J. R ANTHONY.Acting: Sec.
of' the State Senate, of Mr. Jefferson'sfavorite The service was held f in the Church of first car, and until about May 25, or possibly .
but to noon today nothisg startling should true a sensation may
up prove
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ti' poem, Tennyson's "Crossing the the Transfiguration, to which Mr.Ieffer. June I, we Will then have a clear
1' "' Bar" Without attempting a eulogy, Dr. I son years ago gave the name of "The has happened. be expected Miami Record, April 29. market, as the Texas crop will not beginto Strictly' Genuine.i

'" Horton then referred brifly to the simple I Little Church Around the Corner" The : Below appeals a clipping from the Rumor also has it that tlte "well-known I, move until that date. :1 do not think Moat are of probably the pslent genuine.medicine The testimonials followIng -

A",'':' life snj kindly deeds of the actor, A service was conducted by the rector Rev, Miami Rec rd..whlch is commented upon newspaper man" above referred to, Is I however, that their\crop wilt affect the notice appeared In the Atchison -

'. prayer concluded.the'service and the casket G. C. Houghton with the full choir of by the Metropolis, of the same city, none other than Gny Metcalf You see, Florida crop to an"extent, as we have a (Kan.)' Globe"Joe: Tack a well-,
I' 'h'; r was immediately placed in a funeral the church David Bispham, a memberof Guy watus his father appointed to the the and the known engineer, runnlngon the Missouri
1 good start provided crop:
w and it seems that both these papers are : Pacific between Wichiti and Kiowa, lately
Its removal to "
a carriage to "The Players the soloist. The
preparatory was judgeship "
I ,of that new Criminal Courtof demand is good. appeared in a big one, with picture.
S Bay View Cemetery at Sandwich, a dts- service was specially arranged, and. besides trying to' ring Guy Metcalf into the Dade county?, and, not having an organ Mr Beckerman Said that the highest and when he was Iu. this office today we

i tance,of eight miles, portions of the usual Episcopal: service newspaper business again. Both !papers to do the proper boosting, he is price paid for a car of tomatoes was asked him about it lie says he had terrible

t ia, |t There were no honorary pall-bearers, it was to aa unusual extent' com would probaoiy regret to see him againIn somewhat handicapped, especially. since 1717.50, wbich, was purchased by his he bad pains cancer.in his stomach His druggist and thought recom-: X74,,

:, the acting pall-bearers being Glen Mac posed of anthems and hymns. harness. bis father's, opponent for this judgeshipis ,firm. The car: contained 600 crates.: He mended Kodol, and be says it cured him.

';.. I Donough! and Charles I, Ralphwho mar. The church was crowded to the doors, The tenth of r the matter Is, tbe whole the Record editor. We quite agree said that the East Coast crop was about He recommended It to others, who were

:\\1 rled granddaughters of Mr. Jrfferson; and probably every prominent memberof story is'buncombe. The Tropical Sun is wtth the Record that if Guy does, get half shipped also cured." Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests .; 1trouble.
\\ Samuel Phelleps, Mr.' Jefferson's former the theatrical profession who in what yOU eat and cure all stomach
was hold ot a in Dado county just at
not "next, but this paper will make the paper .. Jostaaaurelyas the son shines
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1\\ -.stage manager; Carl Kettler, his personal the city and able to be present was there. prediction that Guy Metcalf has no intention this time there would surely 'be "some Time Tried and Merit'Proven. your stomach can be brought back: to iu

attendant; R. W. Gilder, E. BlaCk'j''I The ushers, all of whom were 'actors, of ever again entering journal thing doing. When Guy Invests in One Minute Cough Cure U right on originally pure condition: and life sweetened --
1 Dr. George'Barry and, J. A. I were members of the Players' Club. printer' ink he'generally gets wbat he by this lasting And truly tbe greatest l
ism. He is sufficiently amused. time when it come. to caring: coughs, ,dlgestant known Sold, by A. G. a
Following Is wbat the Record and Me goes after,'an11f he makes this rumor J croup whooping cough, etc. It 1 ts perfectly Riegel ., ,
S Alt persons wishing teal estate loans !'TLeave :your orders at The Tropical tropolis have to of the rumors : ed Palm Beach''d al' :you can just wallet 1 'harmless, pleasant to take and Is -' ....
I say
,should write call the Realty 'Sun offlce School desk 'and tabs
or for all kind of engravedMortgage that won't '"Judge"' ... Sold ", snpplta* and,
It be Stoueman. Idren's favorite
t West < the chi cough syrup.
Palm Rumor has it today that a former well- '
: Company, Beach I and
1 ( monogram stationery and visiting Miami by A. RiegeU I blank' books, at ,14uer". ...
0> .Fla mj-iawtf J cards, known newspaper man of this county Metropolis '
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' 1', /" 'rN Pioneer ".per of Dade County, Florid. on THESIBKIN \ ;' Make Papa Help
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'' 4 i N t tho western terminus of the
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::, PobllahedSvsry'Wsdaardsysad9aturdq ing Pacific railroad waR still at ) Our little girl friends Wbo '
.tWSST PALM ......OK.DAD COUNTY.FLORIDA CO.
Vt4it i,, I/,/; ) I started off Into the moun are entered in the 10 Rea-

'J/v' (I.'J I. 80BSCEIPTION PRICE 13.00! PElt YEAR. by with, a companion named John l ''i sons Why contest should

,, ..... to prospect for gold. remember Ibpt they bare
,\ J had been, out fop two weeks when DRESSERS TO MEN '.
." Tropical Sun Publishing Comp'y, the privilege; consulting
of Indlaflii became BO fresh that '
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;) B, KENDALL, Man..I'. d \ with their parents, so get
Into in
c.HAS.: were driven hiding a small Have Your Feet '
)' ? : mama and papa to help
Qr ravine making out of a lar- '
Portofllce of Weet Pure Beach Ever Been Tickled IAti '
BnUrcd at the We'kept : r you. '
i' KCond-cUm matter. one. working back up the
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rN :,, and narrow way until wit had If have not entered)
\, on \VILL, you
They be if pou will put them ....
reached the end, and as it had
:3 j l A NEW DEAL. ac of OUR R yetyoil; surely will want '
shoes _
,; I )" come nfgbt and we were in want ;yin one I 1
I Ik '. from Jacksonville to 1 to when you eeetheprizes
V ; \ story comes
food we decided to start a fire.
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that the Republican "maVchlae" ravine Which we have just in our window, Besides,
k ; the effect ; bottom of the was cover
? ,' which has so long existed in with leaves and limbs, and we soon it's not bard for anybody
of ;
received from the "
a cheerful blaze going. Soon after to give ten;" or a hundred

: Florida for the purpose of parceling: $!; Ore was lighted! two great wolves ",,""" 11"'L w nv Buck's ranges are the bent !in tbe world ,

ont the Federal patronage of the bed pqst\ us!, going ,for the mouth. W. L. DOUGLAS '
w er8 r had come out of a mass of rock WB. That's why we sell them."* ""
? V State is at lastsmashed into smith. the upper end. Thinking there
V
ereens, and, that E. R' .Qunby, of be a den there In which others \ SHOE CO IHatche'ttDaCarnara
hiding, we made a torch and In
,
'i t.i, a Tampa, is now the deusex machina old tbe place. made Especially for Uf in the latest

'k to whom all aspirins: Republican politicians a tangle of trees which had colors and styles x Hardware Go
:t from above was the mouth of a ,
must henceforth bow. From $3 toe $6Or
;Vs f' It was little larger than the
Wholesale Retailers of Hardware
? The Metropolis' speaking of the : of a wolf, but when we had eaten
r.., y supper we went at It to enlarge in one of our
r,' change, says: the West Palm BeachFlorida!
orifice. In the course of an hour
." a' "Heretofore Ounby has been practically opened the mouth of a great (cav )UEttNUALI

Ry t V' barred outol having any voice' From the mouth what may be e Y
: V of Postmasters a wide hallway ran back a dis ,
in the appointment ,

z s $ and other Federal J1bs in Florida by to of the a hundred cavern Itself.feet and then we Perfect Rest Io-o-o-oo-o-o-o-oo-o-Q

au y theChubbLeeRobinsonCoomsMacfarlane roof was from thirty to forty which fits the foot as a Paris-made r

aggregation have represented high, and In width and length glove fits the hand. HUItKUAKDT'S Wmt Palm Beach.April M,1905 T'

the administration In the past, a was space enough to crowd a Boots $3 and '3.50

I, but who havesonaehow lost their grip, are people together. We built a Oxfords.3.50 and f 3 PLEASE [TAKE NOTE.We
'S in tbe center of the vast apartment .
and now Gunby will be king bee and we might have a good view

;i \ will inaugurate; an entirely new deal, for the us, thinking there might be THESIRKIN have received direct an original chest from China of the finest C).

\ which will bring ha much pleasure in the wild animals lurking about and ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEA

circles as it will pain in others." we could see everything we CO. I
I &
} g some' amazed and wondered If we This particular Tea is of the choicest! selection for the most fae-

o i Mr. Ounby is an able and clean Is Dr.. : be dreaming. Jefferson Block tideous lover of tea, of extra fine young leaf' grown in NINO-

:: man, much respected! by his natural was combined.a cavern, a There charnel was house not such and West Palm Beach Florida CHOW and MANKIANQ. Iis flavor and fragrance suit the

+i 1\\"' political opponents, the Democrats, 5oc<< as a perfect skeleton, but there choicest purchaser.It .

'* and the power thus committed to his hundreds and hundreds of human Is not the cheapest; tea you can purchase, but its quality is of

: V 'I exercised lying; about, each one as white --- the very dearest and purchasing: in the manner and from the
;: ,,, hands will doubtless be conk Ivory and as clean as a billiard ball.
"' S. H. RICHMOND Agent source that we did, we are enabled to place it before you for
k ; f, scientiouHly, and should result in the center of the.cavern were sev ,
I or eight heaps of furniture bedding SO GENT A POUND

:; f securing Federal officials in Florida I and cooking utensils each Perrine Grant Land Company. (instead of being obliged to charge: a dollar.wbich Is (its real valne.i .

C t 4 i, of the best material the situation will apparently having belonged to a REAL. ESTATE. .
,
: owner. Leaning against one
1)) afford. .____.__. =;= the walls were eight rides, and near CUTLER FLORIDA

-;. r An exchange says: "1 t is marvelous were axes and kegs of powder. w. :BTJBKHARDT '. Finest Groceries
,; we looked around and saw these
'' :, what people in general expect of a and bandied some of them we .
,,1, I j ed f* The '".. Urlt will pay you to purchaselour CouponBooks.Jle .
to but conclusion. Ev r.rm-::
And rule it come one
,1 school teacher. yet,as a mat cental

4' can be said that there is not a single ... of immigrants before us had making belonged westward to a f.and confidence tardenerpeverywb In Ferry's I

herr the overland trail. The cave was _the kind that never f.ILFERRYS
t i parent in a district who governs
rr ten miles off: the trail. There had --- -
-

y se' er ownchildrensowellasdoeetheteachk of all these children of the' district.- ." :: ., some looking awful closer tragedy to make here, and it out.we I "r"r11r"r"r"r"r"r11r"r"'r" " ""r"r'tr"r"r"r"r""r"r"" " -

puzzle was soon solved.
.. Think of itl! The parent who thinks SEEDS
Immigrants had either been at
.
from driven to have.been tbeetandard for 49 yeas E I I
; nothing of'losing: her patience by Indians and bay an (1ieqel plarmaey
;,, the cavern or bad wandered from Tr.s.Irg' :.. .. lo=:.
; one to forty times a day with her own the .*. ..*!lore ate ;
i trail and taken temporary refuge
"' i, children expects the teacher to control : There waD no'way to tell how 0. M.Detroit FERRY/U..uUDcl] Clematis AYS. and Narcissus St 3
they bad been Inside when a land lIP""
I % her temper and manage: forty ) brought down, thousands of tons E y44 '., A foaming glass of soda would SS::
a 1 who from all kinds of 1".V Z' wi s t taste good now,wouldn't it? Well Z2 ,
children
the
cotne the mouth of
over cavern
f t try ;;;;- come sod Ret it. It is here waiting =2
school teacher entombed them. Heavy rains had for all the time. Is there
homes. The average of E: yon any =:SE:
,p t, i ? equentJ1' washed much of It In .. kind dote on ? It la here. And
in ........ ......." yon ;;;
1, ,, is a model of par excellence gov: and then the wolves had burrow r. 'i == there are quite a number of new =S.

i ., ernment, temper and judgment when ... through the remainder. The en E: flavor*and combinations that are fit r3
; 1l" people bad made efforts: in f The palms 10r-alJKel. Yon know, of course:
I compared to the average parentand a* >> or four directions and bad broken i = how we serve our soda ; in good =3S.
\ !
\f ..... of flavor-
1 + In saying this Wft are not speaking out their spades and shovels, :Now Open. ems-== a. ing generous and soda.J1. Not Plenty any mote froth jgg_ ...J.
they had had to give It up at last. f i iI "
lightly the right kind of mother- : than we can help. Come.today. = t; "
3 1. might have blasted their way
; la !! Come day. '
A. large homelike Hotel well appointed j w every 'a,
F : with at hand but
hood. powder they
_
be
\: : and beautifully located, srlrIDK Headquarters for ag -
bias afraid to use It. the comfort without the cat of :==
; ? II you toot your little tooter and did not go Into as rigid an ex I the more expensive onea Bltaated on i ''t. PULASKI CREAM :::S ,
-
+ i the. lay asid.,yovrhttle horn,there's "'"" ; that night aa curiosity Lake Worth', oppoelte the Royal t, lU1U1UUl1UUl1U1U1U1UIUUlU JIIIUIIUIIUIIUU1MUUdIUL! '
at a both of us having a strong Poluclana Hotel. White waltreeeee.Etortrle .
not a soul in ten short days will know aa of awe In the presence of the 2 belle. Oood flehlna, banting- .

i d that went born. The man who ty '. of the dead but after a night = endbuatlnaRatreitii.&Oand: ,8.OO :
l} you [ per day. Special ratea by the week.
j lob100Ith
.... at our campfire outside we re oORoRoRortoatoRORORoRostoROROatOt10i1oi1oiloUOtaOlaotaorro
; gathers pumpkins is the man whoiI .
to the search.
.
i| 0
Ito
.
t The palms ;
'
''' who had noticed four or five wooden .
and
plows all day, the man keeps .
a'' 11 humping i. the man who makes it .. among the baggage, and our oat Palm Beack. Florida Ito G. G.. Strohm Company oO
move In the morning was to In. Ito
r' my t .+....*........N..N..: .
pay. The man who advertises with th_ They contained clothing, Ito E
r me ., etc.. but I had not yet finished
: 9 abort and sudden jerk is the man who Ito
FHMILY GROCERIES
iF
the first when I made an Impor O'

t' : blames the editor because it didn't discovery. I ,0'

r: work. The man who gets t.he.buei.. s ae "e yean previously a party had L. A. WILSON o .
made up In Boone and Jefferson' Food Products
it ness has a long and steady pull and It Mo., by a man named HAfUrA.CTURItR Of Ito Fancy

There were families, Bf o"I
his trade from to seven
i ; keeps paper year O
Boots and Shoes
I thirty people. In the party,
: Ito
Grain and
( his wirer.tisementsinathoughtfulbonestwny Provisions.
q year quite full. He plans after they bad progressed as far _

+''e f. ; : t as the foothill of the Rockies Repairing (In All Kinds of Leather Ito o
r trace of them had vanished. Some
1 and keeps forever at it until he makes they had been overwhelmed Goods Neatly Don, Ito JEFFERSON BLOCK !':
1
it pay. He has faith iu all t.befuture, cloudburst, others that they bad 6 o'I
d
massacred to the last man by. the Indian Tanned Buckskin West Palm Beach
f > Ito Florida.
withstand shock and ,
? 1 + can a bankrupt .. In that trunk I found letters

like a man Scripture, has his business of an himself account, and book of belonging course they to and Horsehide Shoes gWoieot.oslotsolsolsolaolsoiselsolsotsc Mo7soirolrol.OitOtaolaotaoiaolaotao( -1-190* o

on a rock. it the of the
identity party. FOR TENDERFEET
.
the floor of the cave Shayne; I
The St.Augustine Record say that but up a blank book which had I Olive St. North of New Jefferson Blo .
i ; used as a diary by one John Mar
t it THE
of Florida will ; i TROPICALSUN,
o "The people eagerly I of the party. It covered a period Finest> Printind "I)

i, await the result of Senator Jackson's months, dating from the start Working Night and Day. Job Department
tward. His Jottings were brief,.
successful effort in securing in the several of them referred to quay Tile busiest and mightiest little thing ..

; 3' It and dissensions and the last that ever was made la Dr. King's New
State Senate the adoption qt a reso one
'S but that they were off the trail and Life Pills. These plUs change weakness CITY MEAT MARKET: "-

IntionyequestingtheGo.ernorBoard out men north and south In Into strength, listlessness Into
of Trustees of the Internal Improvement 1 and to regain It. Two children had energy: brain-fax Into mental power. Florid. toad Western Meats .Poultry, Game and Eggs. ,.f:

Fund and Railroad Commissioners but all others were well. They're wonderful In building up the Mail Orders Receive Careful Attention. .l .
la the belief
general
that In seek
;' to furnish the Senate with a: to Lad the trail the party were health. Only. 2So per box. Sold by alldrunl.ta. Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH'

trie: by Indians and retired -
js4 detailed and Itemized, statement of Into the ,
"
ravine for shelter. They may have I

money paid out for special counsel in a stand there: but, the Indians .

I department of the State government !; by to strong for them, they retired r'wl.h to inform ever?1><'l'Oon Within one". oo tg R. B. Porter OUre street, forth .
any ,
.
oat Valmllescb that I
N tbe cave, leaving their animals hundred milt of watcheachrksand. famous Hartford tires. at
and all information regarding "n here 10repatryour -
V a : wagons outside. The animals were l"welrr-to IU Jon '/e.with.pertale. or ,-
"
the of of down and the wagons burned. .,...1_ *tid to 001& TOM anything you I r
'" counsel now in employ any line. 1 am not-winter -
,
In
rant my
4 people bed plenty of provisions may" 01101'- but a Mnnanenl rwlttenb a p.... '' i j VV
the State departments., there was not one single drop of acorn owner In V."" c.as.. and perfectly, re- r FOR SALE. r
_
u ible t..r bu.m you roev hare
__ to be had. The cave any
w --- -- I was as lo u.n."S. with me. Watches) sn4Jewelry
1 as a bedroom. Had the wolves toned of repairlugmayhe.tmtb'regi.ier'
Under the head of "Weather Indications will I will and l'O.
;; \ got aorcas to It we should have eel.port mail erwt or by expreea return. I. -.xnmPue. in not a' a One Male at 1150.00
," the esteemed Miami MH- everybody as well preserved aa I oaslofac""' '', yon ean order die 1fI'< One Male stApply .
en"wlihoa'"--.- I hare bail *75 tJO
tropolls, last Friday, published the W* thoroughly explor: t7 "'.... ..yer'......with rune of the beet j to i iI
1'.1"r
i every foot of wan and there was 1aOa. rfirSew lark and \VALLACB It'MOS"
head and Optician lor r' $$.
t followingwhichevidentlymeansthatt even a damp spot. How many I Crnnleat *Crosby: *-'....i.ct. an". lie.> ,Agent WoodaawB:
Cemetery
t or day before the block M Miiucivnk, Aiwor* pi ,
landslip ThM* farts ongWatchmaker to
+ to
is cloudy
1 the storm on: "Partly R. the entrance no one can a\y, but .nce that I emftr. ..and. my ...lw. and :. II
: ) I ayu&rBYttttM aMfctlarf XT"11**"every" ((B JS B*>SB an saBJa B aBBBBBBBiBnnnnnB BnienBiBBB veniBnnnnnnnBnnBiiBBB BBBBB BWBjBi
night and Hiunrdiy. It i to a pleasure alls believed that the Indian brought i i E. A. WALKER EXPERT WAFCMriAKCK AND OPTICIAN Kodol Dyspepsia Cure>

4V1"" j? to note that the bitter fl\ctiooaJlin" will by using powder from it. QUAD.above 1 Jefferson Block West Palm Beach Digest what you rte}.


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4 TILE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM\ BEACH FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY:: :MAY 3, T5!: TunER

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; ; TliEfR--WEDDING': : CARD '"'Remen b"er", You Will Get You I Money Y Back If Not Pleased,/' %% 4',

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Orlfflnal] rI'' '" "
"I once pad ci case," en Id the constable H. .
Bjirkhardt
) "that was unique. I :was called Company "

,,, Jack.upon"to arrest Frank Illckox a steeple- I THIS WEEK,

The listeners laughed It,J. Bnrkharrtt, PrtwlilunfB E, A. Dnrkhnrdt,Hecrelnry. : '
and e ; that the finish ot the story was plain "
enough. The steeplejack climbed a

spire and thus avoided arrest I Retailer i
U/tyolesale. ,
"Not at all." the constable proceeded. ] i $ 1e't

"Anthony Carver,, a small merchant: /
t bad missed articles from his store and v S..
,
purported to have found some at them of -- Jor

,i in Ulclcox's room. He had sworn out 'Or
1 "
the warrant on which 1 was to make I ; "
the arrest. Before I could get my fin' '\ .
\
gore; on the young ,man lie bad either Eve1yth\yortli Havin!
I art the, ploce or gone Into biding. I
",.;utd a conference with Carver who was WeekAll
': very bitter against the steeplejack lIe .. ... .... Embroidery s

',i "t admitted been at his that house the young and had man accepted had often of If you have thq CASH, we will sell you 1t

his hospitality, Carver gave that as a
anything you want cheaper than
any
reason for his having turned BO mercilessly .

agajnst Illckox. Indeed he offered other firm
store or individual
me $100 in case I succeeded' In ", Widths S ;

waking I hunted the the arrest.town high and low, but TRY tJ s :,{'* '. +a

if the steeplejack was in it I couldn't ,,."
find out where be was concealed. The Ids' All Qualities "
)
next'day I beard of him in Falrmountand '. f;:, .
telegraphing the police to hold >
him,*took a train to go there. When I : J&;i '

1 reached the place the police reported CASH: : ,f'.t..,,..;: > At CostBRJNNING
that they hud been too late, but had information ,
that Ilickox had taken a
train for the junction, ten miles dis Is the point to place your fulcrum to move the '

tant. I went there, but he had gone on.
'' After spending a day following him :

from one point to another without getting WORLD
any nearer to him I suspected his
1' pals were misleading me. I returned ,
1'. to my starting point, called on Mr We have the best way's, in space, to help you move your world, along \\ B'RO'S
Carver and reported my ill success.
"q His daughter, a young woman of twen- smoothly, gently, and without any friction, ,if you will only allow us'to 1S
1
"" ty-one, was in the room at the time. place our fulcrum; under iou point. ,
She listened to my account somewhat
: contemptuously and when I !got Lipton's Tea, any brand 50 to 60 cents a pound LRDIES' OUCFICCERS ,
'f'f through said snappishly:
.
': "I saw him in Buckthorne yester Mocha, andJJava Coffee in cans, 25o a lb., bulk 20c alb ,

,' day." No. 14 Rio Coffee <, ? S 15 cts a lb., 2 !Ibs for 25 cts
"You? Saw him? How did that happen "

',0 1;.' ?" Very beat Tea, green, black or mixed Y(', .40( cts a lb ,
"I went over there to visit a friend." ."r,r'
, i\" I looked at the girl's father inquiringly A Good Strong Tea green' black or mixed 25 cts alb
'
I"" but he made no comment on bisdaughter's Royal Baking Powder S \JI '- 40 cts< a lb.,K lb 20 cts u
'I information. ,',i ,
"Why didn't you call a policeman," Good Luck Baking Powder H' ,f' 3 cans 25 cts PROFESSIONAL CARDS
v' I asked, "and have the fellow held?" .
i t "In the first place, there was no policeman 14 IbsSugarOat S "' ,)- *1.00 LAW.
about and in the second Iwouldn't
Meal
three 2-lb packages; 25e r\ C. CHILEINOWO1CTU
know what rights I have in ,
y ', : '
such a case." .And, turning on her Rice '6c a'ltl., 25 lbs $1.00 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR/ IC
heel, she whisked out of the room.
Had It not been for the reward of- White Beans lOc quart West Palm Beacb Fla.GEO. .
:1''< fered I would have given up the Job.
Pare Glycerine 5 cents .
'-.1 It seemed to me that the members of Soap. S G. CUIUUK

,4,' the family bad some grudge against Irish Potatoes ,,, 30c peck Attorney and CounselloratLawWEST Old fashioned ideas gradually; give place to the new. Men used 3'-
th* steeplejack and wished to get
I him In limbo. However, a hundred dollars Cabbage '," 2c a lb PALM BEACH FLORIDA to carry great bags of money around with them to pay their bills, ,

k, was not to be made every day, and TT Jf. BKA.NN1NO/ and smart thieves frequently relieved them of their cash. Todaythe
Lard 80 lb. -tub of 60 Ibs. 7o lb
early the next morning I went over tor a a wife business man deposits his money in nn institution like

:\" : rt Buckthorne. I had telephoned police Armour's Corn Beef Veribest, ' 71*\""lie]" ,1 case of 2 dozen $2.50: ,S Attorney and Counaellor-M-Law. The Dade County State' Bank, West Palm Beech, Florida. lie
,
of that town among others to keep
,! (Office over Bank. by check and avoids the risk of theft. Are still stickingto
J pays you
,) a sharp lookout for my than. and on arriving Roast l1c. 2L50 WEST PALM BEACH FLAG.EU. '
went to the police office to score the old way ?
them for not getting him. They had Breakfast, Bacon ,', f,- Y' 15cafbU M. ROIJ INS, J
kept watch of incoming and outgoingS t'
trains and ,were sure the accused had t 8ra f Ham ;j'" SS 15c 8'lb Attorney and Countelor-at-law --------- -- ---

,, not either arrived or departed Since White Bacon .- -,' ''12"! I; sides lie ,Will practice la State and Federal Court, .. Geo. S. Hacker & Son w''
they were especially sure that he had TITUSVItLB. Get Lane
i; not departed I remained In (the town I Very Best Block Butter ,f' 't \ 35e 0. lb '
< all day, expecting ,that he was there \ \" W' I. M.rCALF,
and would 'show himself. But he Pure Extracts, lemon,'vanilla, strawberry' 3 for 25c ATTOHHtr.AT.LAW. to op your

didn't, and that night I went back '
1 ; NOTARY PUBLIC.
Peacbes'
home discouraged. I arrived after Table 10, 15, and 25c a can U.S. COMMISSIONER Oas Engine

when the town was asleep. Pure Tar Soap. 1 i 5 cents Win praclioia' County,atat.and Federal l
"
Happening to east my eye up at the Courts RepairingE.
4t'n
LAND CASKS A SPBCIALYY.
spire of St. Mark's church, near my Pet Cream S "I', ,:3 for, 23c.. case of 4 dozen f 3.80 Office Taonoai. BUR Block.
t'midnight. 'Sr "- '"" '" '''' (
home, I thought I saw something white y, 'r'' Wen Palm Beach. Dade County, florid
Dime MilkCracker 8 for 25o. 1 1" 3,75p'
at the very apex. I was a good deal ,
''' -
puuJed, for I bad never seen anything :Jack Milk r: \. : :f;' t'rj' ,' 2 cans for 5n A J. LKWit. '

\ op there before-Indeed, nobody bad ., I, ATTORNEY AT-LAW M. BKELSFORD
been there, so far as I knew, since the Pried Chipped Beef ,'. I' ', ". '2 for 15c anti NOTARY PUBLIC. .

church was built. I was so interested Potted Ham "',r" ;( 6 for 25c Agratal tba U.S.Fidelity.... *Ou.r.styC..t. Real EstatePALM -
'I' that for the time being I forgot my ill \ B..tl. Md. OF
1 Office at corner ol Clematis Avenue and Nar-
access in arresting Illckox.' However I Baked Beans with Tomato Sauce 'f 5c clesus Street,over Potter' bicycle tore, BEACH FLA. Doors, Sash,
since it was too dark for me to make ,
; BEACH.
1-4-lOOtf.: WEST PALM
out the curious thing, there was nothij '.Force and Blanco Cero ,,' .' ,'1 2 for 25cBaker's Jiotaij Public. Cotirgts to Rea Blinds, MouldingsANI

,'f 1 fag for me to do but wait for daylight I,' / MEDICAL AND SURGICAL Offloe,South Polnolana Hotel -
l: so I went home and to bed. !. Chocolate" > t 20c a blockHuyler's Building Material ''
TT C. HOOD M. D.
i The next morning on going to theJ :' ,
Chocolate 20c a block CHARLESTON. S, C
noticed knot of people
window I a

standing opposite the church. They Cocoa _, .of 20e a can Office over PHirsicitH Potter'AND bicycle BURGEON.tore, WEST ga- Largest Factory South '
,J were all peering up at the spire, some PALM BEACH. Beeldence near Royal Send for Prices. tR t
of them with field glasses. I saw a ,Baker's" i ; \ 2O' can Polnclana Hotel PALM BEACH. 13-1:
laugh.. He ,
man lower his glass and :'
banded It to another, who looked up Mincemeat ,", ,lot 3 for 25c T> JD. POrTER M. D.,
t?' Some appeared to be : ii ':''': ,.., 8..2. Louisville &| Nashville
55 and also laughed. Dried Peaches tf 2 for 25c &oa WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. ,
astonished and serious' but nearly every i ", ",..." II! .Y. ';i i' .
; ore laughed. Burning to get at a Dried Apples lOc package; DENTAL RaUroad
of the mystery I dressed hurriedly i
solution Malay Oil will cure rheumatism and all aches and pains. It is r> II. MACY .
I and, selzlpg a field glass, ran I
.' 1b. Fastest
downstairs and across to where I could wonderful, In results-',,' 1, :, ':,.;:," 25,-,and .50c bottles . DENTIST Time Finest Servive ,* 4 4To
1'\
lashed to the
Bee the church. There, 10 Good 5-cent Cigars; ""'\ for 25 cents Office In Jefferson Block I Birmingham,
ob- ; Memphis,Nashville
( very; summit of the spire, was an WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA I D
.;' long, white, slgnllke looking thing 6 packages Cheroots, 1'1 25 cents Louisville, Cincinnati, St. k

swaying in the wind. There were let-' ,1' ,p\ll. J. 13. LIDDr Louis, Chicago/; q
., ters on It, and raising my" field glass, I' 6 Duke's Mixture 25 cents Dentist and alii points North and West in]

read 6 Sensation 23 cents oat,, First door west of Dude County State IMPROVED METHODS .
.. Bank Through Pullman Sleepers'
I MARRIED: JUNE! 7, 3 Seal. of North Carolina 25rentsi : WEST PALU BEACH FLORDA are adopted by us as soon aa their with i

t FRANK PARSONS HICKOX Hd'nest Long Cut' 25 cents value Is firmly established. Unexcelled Dining Car:Service. $

AND ,' ,' I
CYNTHIA ISABEL CARVER. 3 Lucky Strike t 23 cents In the performance of our duties as OFFICIAL ROUTEto
S4 T. J. CAMPBELL

J\ 4 For a few moments ideas were tumbling Pure Insect Powder, if it does not murder the insects come and get I Undertakers and Embalmers, all Kansas City to the

1.. about In my head like dice In a your money back. It is quoted 2Sc at wholesale, We will sell Jam-TTp-To-Now I modern aide approved by science or Southern Baptist Conventionto

;lS *"! box. Then the revelation came to me, you one pound for 25 cents ; in ten pound lots 21 cents good taste are in use, and we haveno be held May 10-17tb.
k and It turned out to be the truth. Hick- One Fare Rate, plus 50 cents, for
ox and Carver's daughter were lovers. Eddy's Ball Blueing( -?. 3 cents BLACKSMITHING, HORSE hesitation in claiming that we can the Round Trip

1 Carver, objecting to the match, had give; the best service at the most reasonable Stop-over on there tickets permitted i
28 lots of Orange and Vegetable Land in 5-acre tracts situated
of theft and placed or SHOEING GENERAL
accused IIlckox cost. I at St. Louis and Mammoth Cave.
growing
caused to' be placed articles from his nut Grove, Florida, the most prosperous fruit and vegetable ; '
REPAIRING AND
man's room. Hlckox section assistant. : For ilpenlog' cu r."..rviulonii, map folder
store In the ;young on Biscayne Bay 1,000 a tract Lady I rile and full Information cell on or write i
had kept out of the way (he had probably PAINTINGWAGONS GEO. },. PRICING. Flu. j'II. Atccnt.ao ,
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'1M been bidden by Mls Carder) till 26 lots cf land, 100 teet front on Ocean and 100 feet on River x 1320 feet J. B. McGlNLEY : Wmttfiajr ""..Jacksonville FloridaOnoMinuIoCoughCure

,*. they could arrange for a clandestine deep ''fOO: a lot

marriage. She had sent me to B1 ckt These lots are on the Hillsboro river front on both banks, and have a BUILT TO ORDER, Palms Corner.[
t thorne on a fool's errand the day before magnificent Ocean front. They are 23 miles south of the ltoyal Poin-

(June 7)) with that end In view.I ciana Hotel. If you are looking; for a safe investment that will yield Clcmatl: Av., West o road Open day and night. For Coughs, Colds and Croup.. r
did not call on Mr. Carver again
but sent him a bill for the time I had five hundred per pent)In a few years, ,now is the time to snap up this -

spent on his case. lie remitted the bargain. Write ua for anything you want in the real estate line. We

amount with $100 added. can put you on,to/a. number of good things. DYSPEPSIA CURE

', ex As had for placed the wedding: on the card church which spire Hick-it H. J. BTJKKHAKDT COMPANY, K d 1
DIGESTS WHAT YOU'AT
fluttered there a week before lCaI' Drawer) Palm Beach Florida O 0

..., ver and could get It down.hire a Ills steeplejack son-in-law to finally go up t 4P We will not sell dealers 'ne S 1.00 holuaaaalo.2S4 a.. "L'I tlm..t"Af tan trial"*u.'_..which_" O.s.d.. ,tae 50.aetaPs

did the job. ALEX K. SHERMAN. We will positively save you 25 rents on every dollar spent for Groceries. Be Co DeWITT Ie COHP NY. CUIC..GO. ILL 1ea


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Prom H. B. ,-Saunlfr.i [!the Tropical "Mr. Bob" will-never--:ni' .forgotten in or f I :,' :o '" 1: 1 1o s o1f:! '
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?- Y qtl Sun learns thi* m >ruii>K that, the pre \Vjsj,8 WP''lni Bitaeli.' 0'..0" I "' "0. \ T R'" ,''ons E RS ......... ..

() y( I t liminary' surveys and soundings made Qne' of the largest apd afloat appreciative "o j,

'', by Civil Engineer Sheen regarding the audiences that baa ever assembled 7f" r ':f '' Wo
00 I 0 \ Oft
construction of and roadway in' Opera-House witnessed the ., "0
l' a bridge Zupf's ) !I
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,,' reaching from the city limits to the production of this well known two-act o tt v '" j., u 'lnrrlYrrr7.V7.f1. T1 '?., '..,,., ,.,"' 'tYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY.YYYYWYYYi "' Ko
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} submerged lands west of the Freshwater comedy last night, and seldom indeed ay P ;. '.'I 0)) ,w.' ,i j oft"

)" lakes"e'll'y ", have 'practically been completed baa a West Palm Beach audience ever o, k 1 r ,; ,;,i!", ." :,;An: 'elegant assortment 'of LightaWeightoH

,retired more pleased, .. 0 Oft
lr The cost of this great work of development 'Almost every seat in tbe opera-houee "
I Sammer Trousers made Hart Scli ft. "
4 will be approximately $2,5o.: was filled,: tbe object of the play, together by >KoKo ,'".
t'' .Comparatively little bri work will with the announcement of the .' 0 I ," .ft

w"". i 'i'a i4 m. have to b\ made, as the pout Where the cast, having been a drawing card from ,,:li'' j 3ner&, : Marx, Benjamin and Paragon''atok ;; .., OOI

goad crosses it tbe most drslraUle" for the start. Tbe play was given by pupil .,I \ 0 I I .. .f"''': Ii 'ftft
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miles arouud. .>f the higher, gr des\ of the West Palm 0" :)" grelitiy" reduced I OP0V
prices.
"'+ i q u Mr. Siuiuder us? already frslse aVery ill Beach Grammar School, And the object' : ; ,:L.. .\ / U 1 I [Brought; over i t\,

;l handsome Htupunl,:, to ncco nplish was, to assist1'in ,funds for the it" I
wising '

!4 4 ";., '.will this work!be very, and little it is difficulty believed eucounttre'din that there school purpose building.of seating the\ auditorium\ of the I'' R i ; ,3 4 \\\k\ .:o.. : :from; Palm. l / each. $ .QOto, $3.00'sa. d. .I


securing; llle required amount. He Every member of the cast filled his or Oft a t :co
'' ; I per pair.is"ANTHONY ,; ,.oft
t rl 1f will in a few days make a formal request her part i'fca, manner that would do credit 0 t "

f 'I r:. of the various laud companies aud to a professional, and 'the author of' the ou. ; ''t S1 JC 0., 1 : 1 .\"'loo'

f"n" ? property OWL<: S for Assistance in the excellent drama last night addedan-' ,, 0 '*;.,'.(; 0ANTHONY'S

; ? c'' work, and will endeavor to commence. otker laurel to ills crown. Tbe cast was JII !II (:) 1 : BROS r.111\1\ 2

) i operations as early as possible, as the as follows: 171 .0 ., I r, ,J' .;","I.O....

r d' t. 1; next three or four months will be the "Philip Royson,',' yachtsman, T. Edwin 00 ,0*: I. j>. ft

fl St best period of the year when such work Parrish. '' .' '' \ 00 o. .; '+XoAg

"I'.,, tl can be carried on. "Robert Brown," clerk for Benson & .. ,,,, SHOES ; .i \
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a'i ; Not a Sick Day Since. "Jenkins" Miss" Rebecca's butler, o 0 )'I, "l',, dt ,," / SILENT SALESMEN -K" Ooo'

;, "I was taken severely sick with kidney Pblll Ifeim. tlf I oft

r i f trouble. I tried all sorts of medicines "Miss Rebecca Luke," a maiden lady, 00X oR o 0 r' ', ,. .'' ., "' .., O oft' 0
t none of which relieved me. One "
'j Miss Conklin.
i Jessie 1orolt0ltoatoltorOrokoatoYtoatoatOk
u ,/ day 1 saw an ad. of Electric Bitters ao1r01OltOatOKOIoYOlt0at0Y,0at0atOIt01o1tOtt0at0at01R0/f OkOaf0at01t0KDItoMOkO f OlrOkownwOwO1 OROltOk p jj
your ioronb tbib .bnbitb. b. &. .
and determined to try that. After taking "Katherine Rogers!', her niece, Miss OKOROkOROwt.ruw )wrwowoatoataa ioio .O. oQnG ? oiloKgM.okoltoK patorOa,OroltoroatobtowOroltoltoKllo

vl ? a few doses I felt relieved and soon thereafter Julia Doster//" -" i .._... .
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ti' r '". was entirely cured and not been "Marion Bryant," Katherlne's friend, .., "- 'V -' ..'"_ 'L'"eo.. ,.. ...", .n. -,._-- ._.--,-"- -'-'.
rick aday.ince. Neighbors of mine have Miss Bertha Elliott.!; PERFECTION I t
been cured of rheumatism, neuralgia
# i liver and kindey troubles and general "Patty," Rebecca's maid,Miss Isabella
debility." This is -what B. F./Bass, of Garrett. '" \ < };nia IN

:Fremont; : N. C.<. writes. Only soc, at ',JAn interesting feature of the eveningwas

d.a all druggists a :solo bv Miss Hannah Phoebe elJR'
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Shippeet, whose rich sweet voice never \ CHEFFONMSMade
?b Cleric E. C. Dearborn of the circuit I
ails to bring; hearty, applause, and last
r court, received a telegram yesterday
5 !night was no exception. ------
afternoon from Dr. J. F. Smith, of the .
Presbyterian Hospital -- ----- __._ _.._ ___ _.......... __._..,_. N_ ._. ....- __ __ in the South.
Chicago, stating
l Bilious Bill was getting bloated, o .
,x 1, i ; \ that an operation bad been performed And his tongue was muchly coated. A Southern Beauty,
that day upon S. O. Pitts} and that thepatient's Patent "tonics" wouldn't cure him, *,j' '
and'thatlie Companies would not insure him. peat it if can. <
l ; condition: was good you
: All his friends were' badly frightened, '
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doing well. Mr. Fitts went to -
\ was But their spirits soon were lightened .
.: Chicago"about.wo weeks ago for the For Bill said; and they believed him JeIL g' No 2U ME., Oak. 'Full Quartered.' Full

purpose of being operated npon for a Early Riser Pills relieved him. Swell. Double Shaped Top. iQxJt.' Onl
r little Risers" 'I "I'' ,'' ,
i The famous pill "Early plate 10x14. "
tumor in the back, and his friends here
cure constipation, sick headache; bll- Price f.- o. b. factory, $$.95
will be glad to learn that he withstood iousness, etc., by their tonic effect on ,

,f the operation so successfully and well.- the liver. They never gripe Or sicken I
r J Miami Metropolis. but impart early rising energy. Good -H._ .'. .." ....",._,..... ....=o..."."""" m. ,"__,...___ __ w_ No. ariT. Same as above, without lox !; ":
l for children ot' adults. Sold by A. G. I :r4 mirror. F. o* b: factory,, $G r5 I

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1; + A Runaway Bicycle These goods shipped from factory In .

i Terminated with an ugly cut on the May Weather. 4 North Carolipa.e .
4 ''F leg of J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, III. The data ,..
following covering a periodof 4TH
t* It developed: a stubborn ulcer unyielding Terms, 2 per: ; cent off for cash with order
has been compiled from the
to doctors"and remedies for four years. 17 years Write for my Big; Furniture Catalogue. I'
? a Then Buctlen's Arnica Salve cured It Weather Bureau records at Jupiter, and "Do it'' today.. :Address, '
,, is just as good for burns, scalds erup4iouW Is Issued to show the conditions that have .it Iw ,

... and piles.' 250 at all druggists." prevailed,during the month in question J: 'B. McOINLEY
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for the above period of years; but must ; ;;:; 1
//'A number hate been
of compliments
a ; r. '
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Finest line of candles at
not be construed forecast for the I You EVett
as a
heard Did / The. Corner "
: : fqr.the work.done by Mr. George present month of May: Jewski bakery. I + Palms ,
Jis'; Wallace, the hustling agent for Buf -- -- ---- West Palm
Mean or normal temperature, 76 I de. try a Bo-ICE 4'IJEA.M made from pure cream? : Beach, Fla.
,, falo engines/ at West Palm Beach, in The Tropical Sun. la always on sale W' 'have it. ".... '\'.
grees./: Warmest May: was in 1902 withan ,
placing,stakes and marks! all through at Idner & Soa'a.When '
ins the channels between Gilbert's bar and averag temperature of 77.8 degrees. 'Did Vda" Evett ,.
r. Coldest May was In 1891, with an aver : .
Is of assistance "
Lake Worth. .It great you buy bread, why not have "
age temperature of 74.4 degrees. The- ; GLYCERINE SOAI' that cost leesthan
familiar with the channel.ty tiMe a riiira (
; .to those not the best The splendid reputation ancV We bare It for 15c." Also
I' pure-
iiighest was degrees, on p
: temperature 93 TAR HO A P for the toilet at IBc. .
News.
Fort Pierce bread Is making for Itself
ty Majewakl'a
and the lowest Westv Palm
May 22, 1892 temperature '
Is due to the care taken In baking. It Roacht t
_.i ;it 1 April Records.At Tbe 53 average degrees monthly, on May precipitation 8, 1898. was Is always the beat; its quality can not If: You Need I

Miami, during the month of April, 494 Inches, with the greatest monthly be' excelled. Trv lit A SPTIIXO. BLOOD TONIC "Sprina- Baroaparllla -
i '' licenses were issued by County la the boot for our hot climate. 4 Town Lots
:
S marriage
It, ; .24 precipitation, 13 $f inches in 18901. and Get Rich '
ll# t ; Judge Ileyser: Of the number.8 were the least rainfall was l.Tjlncnes, in 1898. rouinies' .
'Irittle
'' its white couples and 16 colored. The young The greatest amount of precipitation recorded are often frustrated by sudden break. '. I
and female IS old. down due to dyspepsia or constipation.Brace .
eat male was 21 years ; :
in any 24 hours was 8 76 inches, up and take Dr. King's New Life are always needed to keep the system clue b Choice esid
male and female 38. denue.LotSn
eat
so on May 30 and 31 1897. The average Fills. They take out materials whichare ,
In the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court number of clear days'was 14; partly clogging: your energies, and give you ", Oat Special .

t,' 244 legal papers were filed for record. cloddy, 12 and cloudy days 5. a new start. Cure headache, and dizziness

., ance. Of this number 145 were deeds, The, prevailing winds were from' the too. At all druggists.: 25 cents.' "I1ORSE-PLY EXTERMINATOR has pro from .
satisfactions of mortgage Guaranteed. vm to ba the cheapest and beat protection''' '$2QO up
r ''l 27 mortgages: 32: southwest; with an average: hourly ve- -- for horses and cows from the tiles, ,

!: and tbe balance were divided be locity of 9.8 miles. The highest velocity New Cure for Cancer. one-third cash balance "'
contracts, charters, patents, land Broadwell & Moore bysemi-annual; ,
tween .
known to '
I ? s ? attained was 48 miles, from the north- All surtace cancers are now

'his 2 grants, liens etc. west, on May 27, 1902. be curable, by Bucklin's Arnica :Salve:; ... installments, on.reasonable time; according '
During the month of April 78 alien Jas.Walters, of Duffield, Va:, writes: '"! Druggists to 1
r' entered tbe port of Miami to seek a livelihood It is stated on good authority that Dr. bad a cancer on my lip for ;years, that price of lot. ,

't Y in America. Twentj-elght: of this J. M. Miiny'on has reconsidered his action Salve seemed bellied incurable it. and; till now Bucklin's,it is perfecily Arnica West Palm Beach, Florida For plata and full information apply to

ij r+ s number were detained by Immigration I in regard to the county road on tbe I well." Guaranteed cure for cuts and '

Inspector Howard for special inquiry, East Side, running from the lake to the burns. 250 at all druggists. We will|| glue| mall orders prompt attentionBoarding WALLACE, R. :MOSES, ;

{ s B 1, .and out of.this number 6 were deported, ocean, and will now allow the County Full of Tragic Meaningare Agent Florida East Coast Railway. Land Department.,
4 the others being allowed to laud.irrJ Commissioners to pave the same and
a 't deed the property' to the county, with these lines from J. H. Simmons, of West Palm Beach, Florida.
Iowa. Think what might have
Casey, ,
First Lieutenant Augustus C. Hart tbe provision that all riparian rights are resulted from his terrlole cough. be I "" ,

; ; of the Tenth U. S. Cavalry, is under to be reserved by the said Munyon, who had not taken the medicine about which ""%, '.

t.' c' r 1 arrest for breach of discipline at Fort agrees to build docks, eta It will be be writes' : "I had a featful cough that -.-- --
r, l remembered that this road disturbed my night's: rest. I tried every- Desirable people who .wish. a pleasant
,' member ofT opened
n$. 'i a Robinson, Neb.Florida He Volunteers was a In the and graded last fall by the County was Corn thing, but nothing wouTd relieve It until place to top at while in 'Wont Palm G RAFDDTEDFD, M
First New for
the I I took Dr. King's Discovery Beach will Sod "MINARET; con AOE." ulgoba Mangoes.
t Spanish-American war' and was pro- missioners, and all that now lacks to consumption, coughs and cold, which on Olive Street between Evernla and
make it ready foi traffic is the spreadingof completely cured me." Instantly relieves mu-h a place Nice' clean
t mated for bravery. Fern ]Just Largest Collection of Croton in the United States. ?: alms, Phyllan
_ and permanently cures oil throat
the paving material. rooms neatly furnished I comfortableb
5 Charles Thompson while on .a ------ and lung diseases;, prevents grip/: and | good wholesome food | VERY thus, eto. All! pot grown. Full Line of Citrus Stock
Capt.
; a 1 cruise! with 'a party of friends on J. B. McGinley, representing the Boardof pneumonia. At all druggists; gi.aran-: moderate prices. are the reootnnmnUatloni. .- igrownon High; Spruce Pine Land ,Address
a ? fishing Trade; E- II. Dimick'; County Com- teed; 30 cents and $t oo. Trial bottle Only a limited number of room- JOHN B. BEACH.
h the coast below Miami, caught a shark missioner George G. Currie free, at all druggists./: .ncan be ocomnioilatoil. Table boarda West Palm' Beach Fla
; as agent
measured twenty feet and eight/
that : specialty
s ( for Dr. and Franklin rvrnvv. r .
Munyon Sheen, .
or
Inches and whose estimated! weight was Best Cough Medicine Children MRS. FRANK DARLING.GEO. WVVYYVVVV VVVVsYrrrvrvrrvrvvvvvvvnvnavSUMMER .
i civil engineer! have planned to Inspect i
.about 2,000 pounds. When you buy a cough medicine for "
l v vt' the proposed right of way for tbe drain small children you want one in which you HOTEL, CHICAGO
to Doesn't Respect Old Age.It's age canal through the Munyon property can place implicit confidence. You want ft

,r i when fails to show today, for the purpose of making an one that tot: only relieves bat cures. You i :. HASLEHURST & SON
shameful youth E
{ want 'one that la entirely harmless. You
p proper respect for old age: ; but just the appraisement of damages that will be want one that is pleasant to take. Cham Contractors and Buildersp. HOTEL DELi P1 Rt> O :
,
contrary in the case of Dr. King's New incurred by the digging of the canal berlain's Cough Remedy meets all of t fi

r Life Pills They cut off maladies, no This is in compliance with a letter from these conditions. There is nothing so o. BOX 304 A JIIIl: :Class Family and Transient Hotel '"r
s'y matter how severe and Irrespective of Dr. Munyon, which was 'published in good for the coughs and colds incidentto
Dyspepsia jaundice, fever, Located between Washington. end Madison. Avenntm. ,
old age. childhood. It is atao a certain pre- fronting on the Uldwav
{ ; constipation all yield to this perfect pill. Tbe Tropical Sun. of last Saturday ventive and cure for cr nip, aud there is Boulevard adjourning the Chicago (,Inlver81t,..

f ,4 C +f 350:. at all druggists.: The regular semi-monthly meeting of no danger whatever trom whooping FOWLER BROS. & KING Parlor and Bedroom with, Private Bath and Board ror Two People..
-- cough when 'it Is given. It has beeo'nsoid from $30 to $40 per Week..
the Council not held last
City was night,
bottomed boat, Lady Lou,
The glass
in epidemics of that disease
but an adjournment: was taken until many MACHINE SHOP Twelve minutes from down town via Illinois Central -,
from Miamito tonight Railway
of people with For said all
perfect
89 success. by
took f p rty All trulu. .top at 98rd St.,. to which
the wreck of the Spanish steamer at 7:30,o'clock, when much important druggists!: and medical dealers. OAS ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY buiKao should be checked ,
business awaits action by the ALL KINDS of LATHE and SHAPER WORK BRADLBt' a MUSE VB. Proprietors
i: + Alicia on Ajax reel A board. Won a Name of Fame.

,t 1 '' Hot Weather Piles. Sciatic Rheumatism_ Cured. DeWitt'. Little Early Risers tbe 'famous GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.

1 t afflicted with piles should be "I have been little pills, have been made famous SALE -. .
Persona subject to sciatic rheumatism .
Careful at this season of the year Ho for years" n. II. by their certain yet harmless and gentle Near Ferry Landing, Lake Front
says Waldrou
rs, weather and bad drinking water, contribute of Wilton Junction Iowa. "My joints action upon tbe bowels and liver. They D. W. FENT0N &' <20.'ff'
'1 ;rt to tbe conditions which make piles were still end! gave me much pain and have no equal for biliousnexs, cnns'lpa'lion. WEST.PALM BEACH, FLORIDA .
painful and dangerous. DeWitt's discomfort. My joints would crack etc. They do not weaken, tbe stomach '- '
more Witch hazel Salve stops the pain draws I straightened I used Chamberlain'sPain when gripe or make you feel sick Once '. ::7 '
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a out tbe soreness and cures. Get the Ken. Balm and up.have been thoroughly used always preferred. They strengthen mtll. Early Risers )( Undertakers'and 1

_ .mine, bearing the name of E. C. DeWitt ,, cured. Have not had a pain or ache from Sold by A. G. Riegel. The famous Uttlo p lls.' : ... it ... ..

__ __ ,-&'Co. Sold by A. O. Riegrl.DeWltt's certainly the old trouble a most for wonderful many months.liniment.It is" ; -, "- >--- -,. '" "" ".".; Embalmers \, )a
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I1 :ft: ?? Salve For sale by all druggists and medical "Remember you ...Ulaet your money Gruber 'Block ,,

e rill ? t tsl For Piles, Burns, Soro dealers. back if not pleased." : 2s.cough aDd Ls&.!4J"ID.; t ,.Narcissus Street 'WEST PALM BEACH FLA /





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